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NJ wmm 7 V ynnyr1 v HWpMFT rrw i- rJ -- ti SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Hazel Green Herald t Devoted to tho Dovolopmeat et Eastern Keatuoky - 100 A YEAR Always In Arivano c VOL III Yk HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER Spenceii Cooper 7 1887 VIRGINIA ttX 31C V v f I J ISAAC W MAPEL Attorney-at-La- w And Real Estate Agent Powell Menifee und s Cuas II Fallen HERNBOH GENERAL S II C Hkrndok FALLEN RICH IN REWARD WHAT THE SHREWD MAN OF MONEY SEES TO ATTRACT HIM TO KENTUCKY SUCKERS WILL BITE IIAZKL GREEN KY Will practice in nil thu Courts of Wolfe COOPER 4 Titles examined abstracts furnished tax paid for non residonte real estate bought una sold Collections n specialty llreathitt counties JOHN II EVANS HAZEL GREEN KY Kocont Mlnernl Discoveries in tho Moun- tlnKvery Dny Evidences of Growing Prosperity Courier Journal Tho extent to which the long delayed knowledge of tho marvelous natural riches of Kentucky has been disseminat- Â¬ ed in the post year is almost beyond belief said a gentleman yesterday who was just back from a trip in Southeast- Â¬ The woods up there are ern Kentucky just full of prospectors and speculators Some of the couuties aro filled with strangers who are looking at the vast timber supplies and coal deposit with astonishment In one county alone there were counted sixty odd strangers buying lands and mineral and timber rights Millions of acres of land that could have been purchased two years ago at fifty and oven twenty five cents per acre are now selling readily at from 3 to 5 per acre I have traveled all over the country and I believe Kentucky is about entering upon a course of prosper- Â¬ ity and development that will land her far ahead of any Western State in riches nud population Tho building of the railroads now under contract in the State will simply open an Eldorado to capital ista There is more iron oro and coal in Kentucky than in any other three States Why up in Pino mountain I saw a vein of fine iron ore which I exposed for forty feet It may be thicker than that but as it stands it lays the Alabama deposits in the shade and surpasses tho wildest dream of the iron men Within a stones throw practically is the most marvelous and pure field of coking coal in the world What is doing to develop these re- Â¬ asked the Courier Journal sources Well tho railroads arc building there fast That is the first necessity I saw a friend tho other day who was just back from the North and East and lie told me that Kentucky was in the eye of HAZEL GREEK KY w Ilave the following property which they wish to sell at once and parties desiring to secure bargains will find it to their interest Rcflpectfnully solieitis the patronage of the to inspect the property We will trade some public and will attend promptly to all buu of it to blue grass hind Write us No 1 73 acres of land on Laurel Creek iuoSK cntriiHtcd to his care Wolfe county i miles from Hazel Green T SWANGO Good dwelling Iioubc and outbuildings well wutered good timber fine appLc orchard HAZEL GREEN KY coal reins c No 1881 Â¬ Examiner of Depositions for Wolfe county Deputy County Court Clerk of Wolfe 3 One two story dwelling built in containing bc rooms good out build Will attend to all business entrusted to hirn ings a well of never failing water beautiful grounds well set with rare and valuable with promptness and diRpatch shrubbery and a fine assortment of fruit grapes c The best garden in town one E WHITT GEO Of Elliott County of the most desirable dwellings to be found in Huzcl Green Situated ou the height WITH leading to the celebrated Co about midway between the Swango Springs center of town and the Springs 210 W Market St LonsviUB Ky Solicits the patronage of Eastern Kentucky No 1 315 aorcs of laud on Lacy Creek 2 Jor Wank Books Blauks c miles bouth of Hazel Green on main road to Campton has about 200 acres of good C LYKI1SS timber and an inexhaustable quantity of the cj 0 fincbt quality of splint and bituminous uud County Attorney Ronl Estnto Agont some fine quality of cannel conl Henry Knoefel Practices in all Courts in Wolfe and Ad joining Counties and Court of Appeals tfSJ Collectiona a Specialty Campton Wolfic County ky and Notary Public4 No fi 100 acres of land 2 miles south east of Hazel Green fine fanning land 50 acres in cultivation nearly all bottom laud in good neighborhood and convenient to schools aud churches Â¬ xL C BAKER Attorney at Law JACKSON KY R J A TAULBEE No 6 500 ncren of land the survey be- ginning on the Standing Rock corner of Lee rowell aud Wolle counties 10 milts from Campion on the head waters of the Graining Block Fork of Red River It is entirely covered with a virgin forest of pine poplar oak walnut hickory and chestnut timber No 7 40 acres of land most of which lies in the corporate limits of Hazel Green on the road leading from town to Swango Springs joins No 3 and is known as tho Mrs EHji Trimble tract Can be laid off into the most desirable town lots in Hazel Green It is newly fenced and in cultivation Â¬ Physician and Surgeon Jackson Breathitt County KENTUCKY Hazel Giiekn Ky DAY HOUSEFitted and Refurnished Newly the practical INVESTORS AND DEVELOPERS No 8 One house and lot in Northwest The best the market affords will be found Hazel Green near the common school build this is particularly so The practical iinou the table at all times and the public ing good new dwelling house with four men there who own great industries are Guests patronage is respectfully solicited studying Kentucky like boya study the rooms good outbuildings garden c will have ice and other luxuries to be had catechism and they have the ear of enor- Â¬ in firstcla ss country hotels In connection No 9 2000 acres of land on Kentucky mous capital abroad which is almost in a fine stable for horses and hhed room for River and Frozen Creek Breathitt county vehicles in charge of good hostler Pastur 7 miles below Jackson on the surveyed lines certain to bo invested in Kentucky These great capitalists want plenty of age for horses of the Kentucky Union and Cincinnati and land with raw material under it and HORATIO TUTTLE Lessee is covered with a ruilronds It Southeastern MRS LOU DAY Matron Kentucky is hcuvy forest of the finest timber in the State then they will get it out including oak walnut poplar nsh c and just now tho best advertised Stato in the N0MB3 HOUSE is underlaid with inexhaustible veins of can Union and thero io but one drawback to nel and bituminous coal it Whenever there is a little killing up -Â¬ more thau any other State In Chicago CAMPTON KY S S COMBS PnoiiurTOE The patronage of the traveling public is respectfully solicited Table the best and every attention for the comfort of guests t DAMS HOUSE K Salyeiisville Ky G B Adamb PnopaiETOR This old and well known Iioubc has been thoroughly refitted and refurnished now open for the reception of the public Nothing Shall be Left Undone to Make G I Adams Guest Comfortable T It 9 TUGGLE WITH About 87 acres of land on Lacy a Creek i miles from Hazel Green has in tionally reported and it appliesa to all tho counties This lias rebuffed great good barn is well fenced about 30 acres grass an apple orchard some timber is well amount of capital because the possessors were timid Every Kentuckian knows watered and is good farming laud that lifo and property aro safer in the No 11 265 acres 4 miles southeast of mountain counties than they aro in New Hazel Green on Red River coal bank 52 in- York city but so much picturesque ches thick 230 acres of fine poplar oak and other timber 35 acres in cultivation 2 good nonsense has been written about moundwelling houses and outbuildings 2 wells of tain feuds that it has had a bad effect never tailing water and good young orchaid I am protty sure that Kentucky will have more foreign capital invested in it No 12 250 acres on Gillmorc Creek 5 within a few months than any other miles south of Hazel Green good coal and fine State in the Union timber good dwelling barn and outbuildings fiucorchardot 1000 bearing apple trceB OUR DIAMOND FIELDS No 10 Â¬ Â¬ ina mountain county tho fact is sensa Â¬ Â¬ Two Perry County Smnrtios Invest For a Soft Snap nnd GotSquocrcd A London Ky special to the Courier Journal dated Sept 29th says An old swindling dodge long sinco familiar to suckers in mora advanced localities has just penetrated tho wilds of Perry and Ten days ago Basil Lcslio counties Cornett of Perry county came to thia placoand registered at tho Lovelace hotel and after several days quiotly loitering around town ho with tho most confiden- Â¬ tial air informed certain persons that ho was waiting for his partner who had gone to New York on business and in the mcantimo ho telegraphed or wroto to a bunk in Stnndforu whero ho had a deposit requesting that they send him 100 in cash Last Saturday his partner J N Baker of Lcslio county arrived and after the two had conferred together they proceeded to the Adams Express office and received n package shipped from Albany N Y to tho address of 100 charges Baker on which wcro which amount they paid tho agent Shortly after this little business transaction Cornett took a friend aside and whispered in his car that they had been beaten whereupon ho unbosomed himself of tho entire sclieme He told how they had been iuduccd like tho traditional little fish to gulp into their unsophisticat- Â¬ ed mouths a bearded hook on which was fixed a dainty nllurcmcnt The talc runs thusly They had received from Albany N Y a circular in which a party by the name of Smith or somo other cognomen had offered that for 700 of any good circulating medium tho said party would furnish 10000 of stuff which would pass anywhere aud as an inducement tho said party proposed that if they should have any doubt or misgiving on the subject they were in vitd j come East and receive the stufl in pd n and cordingly Mr Baker vvicro he found the procmied to All ii prorx r street atnl nun r it d vas soon n engaged ii negotiMMi In wii h to realize 10000 with the nail uu He said thepnly mw d of onl 7i him a trunk full of tin prciti i uiniey Imn how he ever saw and evpuiud the thing worked and thtr tli mom was duplicates of regular treasury n printed at the Treasury Department and that they would never be detected until presented at the department for redemp- Â¬ tion A trade for 10000 worth was soon made and the amount was packed into a box and handol to Bake who paid 300 in cash with the understand Â¬ ing that 100 moro should bo paid when tho box was duly received through tho oxpress office Baker was to carry the box to the office in person nnd express it as a mutter of caution against dotcction As an evidence of good faith tho party took a 20 bill from tho lot and handed it to Baker and advised him to purchase his railroad ticket with it He says the bill was taken by tho agent without a murmur nnd he proceeded homo in tho proud knowledge that ho had struck it rich When he and his companion opened tho box which he had seen packed and in person expressed it contained a good hard brick such as used in building our new court Iioubo The two greenies con suited a lawyer and a suit was filed and the 400 attached in tho hands of the Express Company Â¬ i -- Cedar Bluff Va Sept 27--- C Ken drick and family of Missouri arc visiting at Dr James Peerys Mr Ka wife if a sister to Docs wife Mrs Fannie Mixon is Very ill now and has been for about fivo months Mrs K F Cecil ia very low with asthma and measles affecting her eyes a great deal Rev DoggerU of tho Prcshyteriaa church preached a very Interesting sor mon last evening Misses Minnie and Lena McGuirc of this plncc aro attending tho Female Seminary at Jeffcrsonville also Miss Sal lio Gilspio of Richland Miss Ella Cocil is very low with mea Â¬ sles Mira Joo Cecil has returned from Ken Â¬ tucky whero sho has been vjsiting her sister Tho Railroads Norfolk nnd Western aud Virginia Western are progressing finely Tho former is nearly completed through Jeffursonvillo and both aro locat Â¬ ed down Clinch Valley A splendid rain fell hero last ovening Tazewell County Kowa for The Herald Special Correspondent c- J n -- V - 1 a X A3 Dot A spcciil from Semple Toxafl to the News says From passengers on this evenings south bound train it is learned that two of tho most daring stage robberies over perpetrated in Toxns occurred last night in Runcls county Stages ply between San Angel nnd Ballingor the terminal station of the Gulf Colorado and Santa Fo road A stago bound from San Angol to Ballingor was halted at 11 oclock ny a singlo highwayman when within six miles of Ballingcr Ho stood eight passengers in a row nnd went through their pockets securing nearly 10000 in monoy nndconaiderablojowcJ ry It is said he encased tho passengers heads in long oilcloth caps prior to rob- Â¬ bing them When tho stage from Bal 1ngcr came along Bhortly after tho rob ry h made the passongors climb down iid v i through their pockota in tho Noiu f the passongora on iitr j n descrip Â¬ tutne iigo had ipoji ilu hujiivtyrtw hit bcoi tclr tion gi ipliv l to n tl Jtiiilibonag Sheriffs Â¬ 1 Slntrlo handed and Atone 4r iA m 01 4 j V M 1 Kick lien ulu- rfiiti a hen Ration of op pression and dullt m tho head j ra very commonly produced bymdigdWi i morbid despondency ml irritability over scnBativeucss of tho nerves may ju a majority of cases bo traced to tho same cause Dr J H McLeans Liver anil Kidney Balm and Fillets will positively cure Sold by G B Swango Huzcl Green - A- 1 afe 4 P G Ringgold JOBUKKS OV Co No 13 165 acres on Gillmorc Creek 5 Scientific Men and Prospectors Confident miles south of Hazel Green good timber and Thit Proclous Goms Will Yot Ho coal dwelling burn orchard fcc Found in Elliott County fc f ft No M 100 acres on Lower Devils Creek Willabd Ky Sept 28 If the fields in Wolfe county south of Campton on the of Elliott county do not turn out to be surveyed line of Kentucky Union railroad diamond fields some day a good many good timber including white pine poplar 93 and 17 WEST PKAEL STREET scientific men na well as prospectors will oak c CINCINNATI OHIO bo badly disappointed In May 1885r No 15 About 160 acres on Gillmore when the rock of these fields was studied WORKING GLASSafeTNaNredWtS Creek 4 miles south of Hazel Green fully tho character of the diamond bearing of best quality 100 acres of fine timber furnsh all classes with employment at home ofsplintandbituminous veins good dwelling rock in South Africa was not fully uncoal whole of the time or for their spare the land derstood consequently no search was moments Business new light and profita barn and out buildings good farming ruado for diamonds norwasanv mention able Persons of cither sex easily earn from No 16 70 acres on Gillmore Creek 4J4 made in tho official reports of any such 50 cents to 5 per evening and a proportion possibility 15 Later on however an ink- Â¬ ate sum by devoting all their time to the miles south of Hazel Green of acres good ling of the vast 40 bearing bottom land nn apple orchard truth was disclosed and business iJoys and girls corn nearly as much good dwelling house und outbuildings W Powell Director us men That all who ee this may send trees well underlaid with coal timbor sufii last month Maj of the United States Geological Survey their address and test the business we make good for farming purnoscs sent Geo F Kunz and S Dieler two this offer To such as are not well satisfied cient wo will send one dollar to pay for the trou on Kentucky River nt experts to make a thorough invcstiga acres No 17 ble of writing Full particulars and outfit the mouth 1208Holly Creek in Wolfe and tion After a short but thoroughly busy of Co Free Address Gkougb Stinson Breathitt counties fine coal developed and stay Mr Kunz and Mr Dieler returned JnSly Portland Maine Kuown as me noso aim jumuii cum uuukh to New York to prepare their report fine timber wuicii ia nam io uo very invoramc Mr Kunz is well known in tho East 18 113 acres on Devils Crock Wolfe No as an authority on gems and precious county 3 miles southeast of Campton fine Colleges send to him for his de Â¬ cannel coal 7 feet thick known as the Iiobbs stones cision m regard to questions that arise fine timber I have located V M will keep on coal bank in their classes and concerning their col- Â¬ hand anica line ut Kiel Mor- lections lie is also known as a man pan county f of Clocks Jew whoso ideas are abovo all considerations Mry and Watches Also a line of fine Spec Elegant Educational Standard Best Most siivo those that his profession as a pro- Â¬ laclcsand Eye glasses Will sell goods at- Useful in tho World and Most Rapid Sale fession will bring him Mr Kunz is Recltv prices and euarantee satisfaction Nil I Q UAUIIAI Contains Hundreds of also Tiffany Co s expert He Ib conpairing a specialty and work warranted HILL 0 RlHIIUttL Social Commercial and tinually gathering valuable and unusual T F CARR Respectfully c Legal Forms Standard Authority Newly collections for their benefit or his own Illustrated Enlarged and Corrected to the GILLIS Latest Date Deputy United State Marshal E WITH UIIMQ AIRliU Given 1000 Portraits 1 Bush arrested Gcorgo Logan James Mooro HILL O flLDUW coo u0Krflphlcs 160011 AYDELOTT lustration Several In Colors of Eminent and Georgo Thompson in tho eastern McCORD People Their Work and Thoir Success Very part of Laurel countv Sent 28th nud They aro charg Â¬ took them to Louisville Selling Fast Elegant wanted In every county to whom ed with violating tho internal rovenuo Agent They were placed in jail to await wo givo exclusive Territory and Liberal laws their examining trial Terms elegant pictorial Circular Free Boots and Shoes Â¬ J Â¬ J Froo Trndo Tho reduction of internal revenue and tho taking off of revenue stamps from Proprietary Medicines no doubt has largely benefited tho consumers as well as relieving the burden of homo manu facturers Especially Is this the case with GrccnsAugustyioworand Boschcos German Syrup as the reduction of thirty-cents per dozen has been added to six increaso tho size of the bottles containing these remedies thereby giving one fifth more medicine in tho 75 con to size The August Flower for Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint and the German Syrup for Cough nnd Lung troubles have perhaps the largest salo of any medicines in the world Tho advantage of increased size of the bottles will be greatly appreciated by the sick and afilieted in every town and village in civilized countries Sam Â¬ ple bottles for ten cents remain the same size ional race was mentioned in our presence several times Thero is great unanimity thero for tho Hon T G Stuart and Clark county will doubtless present his namo if ho will allow it Ho is not a candidate being now up to his eyes In business hut Clark county is n unit for him nnd will insist on his entering tho race Lee county can bo counted on to stand by him He has risen from pover- Â¬ ty and obscurity to his pesent prominent position is doing more for his town nnd county than any other man in tho district and deserves high honors Loft an or Â¬ phan with two sisters and a brother younger thun himself when ho wasquito a youth ho has struggled und overcome obstacles insurmountable to tho timid has educated his brother and sistorx made them independent and is now on top with a pocket full of rocks At Winchester last week tho Qongrosslonal Oh at Congress- Â¬ 71 l Beattyyille Enterprise The Lifo of the flesh is the blood puro blood means healthy functional activity and this bears with it the certainty of quick restoration from sickness or accident Dr J 11 McLeans Strengthening Cordial and Blood Purifier gives puro rich blood aud vitalizes and strengthens tho whole body 100 per bottle Sold by G B Swango Hazel Grcon theroof -- s n i w fJi Such Is Famo A game of base ball was played at Hazel Greon Wolfe county bv tho homo nine and a nine from Salyorvillo Magof- Â¬ fin county At tho end of the eighth in Â¬ ning tho score stood 09 to M i n favor of tho Hazel Green sluggers aud they woro declared tho winners At the end of the third inning tho gnmo looked liked n flinch for tho Salycrvillo team but in tho fourth inning tho Hazel Green hitters found tho ball and kuocked out twenty runs In tho sixth inning they piled up thirteen additional runs and tlio came was practically over A featuro of tho was tho hard hitting dono by Dean Gardner of Salyerville Ho broko alt tho batn on tho ground and tho game was suspended until new bats could be procured A tremendous crowd wltucw od tho contest No account whj kept of the orrora CourierJouriiHl side of land for taxin 1 W aaT 2f TH0S E HILLS BOOKS Â¬ wu J making investments in the mountain districts of Eastern Kentucky For n long time thero was a great deal of talk about the richness of this region and tho extent of its mineral deposits Peo Â¬ ple talked but they allowed tho coal and iron to remain in the ground Sonru active men went to work and formed tho companies which have already mado cxtensivo purchases in tho mountains Somo of them wilj build towns and havo them laid out in lots and squares Oth Â¬ ers aro for mining purposes and tho ia vestments have uccn mado where coal nnd iron havo been found or there are prospects of them Tiie new railroads in progress of construction In thtarecion havo accelerated tho formation of thra companies as nearly all the purchase have been mado along their route Dr J H McLeans Strength- ing Eye Salvo it remove the Aim and scum which accumulation iheeytbalk subdue inflaniutioii uoohi nnd ott tho irritated nerve trtigtha walk Vou uso HI1U Recently several companies havo been formed in Louisville for the purposo of ft t T- I - You will havo no use for sctaeti if lfi J J Wholesale Hatters No 613 Went Mum St AIHILL STANDARD BOOK CO f - t Louisville Ky PUBLISHERS 103 Stftt Street CHICAQO Magistrates can gat blank Warrant Executions and llonlcvin Ikmdii tit thin 8ce tho sherlfl thU tuvv office at 25 cvnti per julrv IHIUHK WCIlt MV H G B HrYftugo Uwm Grew WX 0OM V BY 1 K f rtM Mn - SdMvJiMhmitfmlfcM tl v Lv vS j Hazel Green Herald BPENCER COOPER w v Iubtaticr KENTUCKY 2L4ZEL GREEN - SONG OF THE HEADLIGHT When tlio full moon lays a raillnnt hazo From earth to heavens wull Or the tranquil stars murk tho viowless bars Whcnco the arrows of vision fall Or I send my glancu whero the quick drops dance Willi tho pattorlnff call of tho rain To their comrades asleep in the hidden dcop Of tho subtorranoan main Or If storms nro out and tho frco winds shout With fitful falls and nivalis A steadfast glow of light I throw On my gleaming parallels mountains curvo My Iron bound path to bar tip their rocky steeps tho licet flnmo leaps Or I ilush in their depths bolow Till tho mosses that dress each dim recess Aud tho nodding ferns I show I spring to illume tho frowning gloom Of precipices gray And waters smllo from tho deep dollle In my momentary day Where tho wood benign with beck and sign Invites all timid things To its shelter spread for tho crouching head And its covert tho drooping wings I boar my light till in vain uftrlght Tho doo with her trembling fawn And tho creatures meek that refuge seek In tho forest shado withdrawn Press closer yet to the copse Cow wot Or speed through tho whispering grass To hide them away from tho searching ray I shoot through tho dark us I pass As a motoor flies In star set skies By a myriad moveless spheres 1 hurry along whore tho lamp lights thronfj As tho sleeping town appears Liko tho coming of Fate to those who wait Till I bear their loved awny I soom as I shine down tho widening lino Ero I pimso for a momonts stay But he who feels those rolling wheels Lead home to his hearts desire Can half believe his eyes perceive Tho prophets chariot of lire Still on and on till tho night Is gono I follow tho vibrant rails Till tho east Is red nnd overhead Tho star of the morning pales As foes may tenr tho soldiers spear But comrades lmvo no drend Tho lances of light I hurled at the night Picrco not whero sunbeams spread Bo I cease my rays when tho heuven ublazo Proclaims tho darkness fled Hardy UFxr- - t fc tf I guido the train oer the lovel plain A swiftly Hearing star And I bond and sworvo whero tho J ft 0 ts J Jarltoit in X Y Tribune fa A The Captaiffslloney Tale of Buried Treasure Cuban Revolt and Adventure Upon tho Seas in four rAitxs DY JAMES FRANKLIN 1SS7 by Th A FITTS Copyright TAUT I Company CHAPTKK X Ktltogy Xttopaptr HT CONTINUKD After this oxplosion tho two walked on hi silence At tho quay ti disagrco ablo surprise- awaited them A strong guard of soldiers was posted wherever a boat could approach or leave it and all communication with tho vessels an chorcd out in tho harbor was absolute Â¬ ly cut oil Several boats had ap Â¬ proached ns near the landings as thoy wore permitted among them Captain Willis recognized one from his own vessel How long is this to last Id liko to knowP theiudignantCaptaiu inquired of tho oillcer of tho guard and received in reply tho laconic answer which all Spaniards in authority delight to mako to questioners aud Avhieh signifies in k IisiM w tt A t p English Who knows I guess it will last all night ensj Louis remarked enough Captain Willis silently assented and the two 1 cant do turned back to the city to secure a All tho next day tho agent was lodguig bringing out to the bark by ones and twos tho newly shipped crew until PART I CHAPTKU IV Tho Cap- Â¬ eleven had been Secured T11K UAHK AND IIFlt CA1TAIN Tho good bark Nellie Willis had tain examined each man and his been for some years voyaging botwoen temper was by no means improved Boston and Havana Her ordinary when he found that there was not ouo cargo for tho low latitudes was salted ablo seaman among tho lot There ilsh and her return cargo was rum wero four negroes powerful muscu- Â¬ molasses or tobacco sometimes all lar fellows who had been working as three Her master was also nor owner stovedores and who had made up their aud bluff Captain Willis had been bo minds that thoy would liko a They carried clasp knives in their long in tho coastwise trade had for so many years sailed his own vessels and waistbands and wero not a very pleas Â¬ purchased and disposed of his freights ant lot to look at Pour more wore and hud such a rare combination of busi Â¬ dopravcd looking Creoles tho very ness shrowduess with good seamanship dregs of the Spanish population with that thoso who know him thought thatho four as villainous looking faces as Two must havo much wealth laid up Dut woro ever seen aboard ship moro woro vagrant stowaways who the fact was that nobody know tho Captain very well and as he was ac- Â¬ had come from Liverpool on a mer Â¬ customed to keep his own counsels all chant vessel getting tho ropes end that was said about his possessions liberally on tho passage and after was based on guesses and not on spending n month at Havana in the calaboose upon being released thoy knowledge Tho oxponenco of Captain Willis wont straight to tho shipping office ho covorcd ninny years and embraced not knowing whero elso to sro many voyages but something quite eleventh was a mulatto almost a giant uncommon had occurred upon the in size with a sullen ugly look about present trip When ho oast anchor in tho eyes His account of himself was Havana harbor more than two weeks that ho was a free man had worked on before ho found himself almost with Â¬ tobacoo lands back of Cardenas and out a crow A storm oil llatteras un Â¬ had come to Havana to engage in some Â¬ usual at this season of tho year had thing dillbront lie didnt much wire severely tried his staunch vossol and what though shu rodo it out in safety it was This man tho Captain eyed very tho loss of throe ablo seamen who closely with Theres something about your moÂ¬ fell overboard in tho gale that mnkm ho said tho coast of Cuba was sighted tions my man Before My mora men were taken down almost mo think that you know moro of tho U day with h malignant fever Ouo sea than you want to tell Walk across UI t ft few hour tho other four the deck Tho mulatto hejrfUtcL rt Mil Ut ibw bwpitul a soon u the sea-voyage Mobor vm dropped in the harbor Short handed m ho was left it had been with the greatest difficulty that Captain Willis had been ablo to work his ship in and now came tho crown- Â¬ Sailors ing calamity of tho voyage are proverbially superstitious nnd tho occurrances of this passage had made upon tho tc a deep impression Ncl mainder of tho crew of tho Tho Captain observed lio Willis whisperings and consultations among them and though the worked faith- Â¬ fully taking in tho return cargo ho could seo that there was troublo brew- Â¬ ing Two dajs beforo September 1 when tho freight of tobacco and mo- Â¬ lasses was nil stored below fjvo of the seamen came aft aud one of them cap Tho spokes- Â¬ in hand addressed him I113 mates had man said that he and mado up their minds that the Nellie had becomo an unlucky ship and that thoy dared not return lo Boston in her They had worked the ship faithfully on tho voyage down nnd thoy asked to be paid oft for tho half voyage and dis Â¬ charged Captain Willis was tho very last man afloat who would tolerate any conduct He of tins kind from his sailors to their sternly ordered them back duty tellingthom that they had shipped for tho whole voyage and the wholo voyage they must make Ho added in a significant way that such men could not bo trusted with shore leave anil that they must stay on board till the anchor was up again The Captain flattered himself that he had settled the matter by his Arm words and decided way but he did not know tho spirit of these men They had determined that thoy would never return to Boston on the Nellie That night tho wholo llvo tried to swim ashore Two were carried out to sea by tho swift current and drowned the mangled body of another was found floating the next morning al- Â¬ most bitten in two by a shark as tho other two were not heard of again it was never known whether they reached tho quay safety or whether thoy succumbed to some of the many perils of this harbor Captain Willis- - now found himself reduced to Jus mato Ben Hardy tho cook and a single seaman beside his nephew who knew nothing about In no pleasant working the ship frame of mind he went ashore and of-Â¬ fered a large premium to a shipping agent to procuro him a crew immedi- Â¬ ately Tho agent promised to do his best and went to work The same evening ho visited the Captain on board Ins vessel Ive Its no use sir ho said found a dozen able seamen in Havana who want to ship but one and all flatly refuse to sail with you What do the rascals mean the Captain demanded Why tho truth is sir the story about your bark being unlucky has been spread all over and they wont go in her Tho idiots shouted Captain Willis stamping about his cabin Ivo sailed this bark for more than a dozen years aud nothing has gone amiss until this voyage Never lost a man overboard before never had moro tlutu a days sickness before Well sir you know what sailors arc hotter than I do Those fellows de serting and at least throe of em get Â¬ ting wound up at it has fixed tho thing so theros no uso in my talking about it Ill try and get you a picked up lot of all sorts but better than that ties nnd tho dubious prospects of the return voyage of tho bark with her picked up crew But Louis hnd neither generosity of heart nor nobility of nat- Â¬ nnd selfish Ho was cold ure sinister ho had no real affection for the man who had faithfully tried in his own rough hearty way to benefit him and it may be I do not know that some dark schemes of prompted by late events had already entered the young mans brain However that may bo i4 is certain that he repelled all the Cap Â¬ tains friendly advances went to bed Captain and was presently asleep Willis also soon retired but this rude disturbance of his slumbers had made him wakeful and it was not until tho clock struck two that sleep visited his eyes Then his rest was uneasy and troubled by dreams in winch were mingled in one grand confusion Cuban garrotes escaping filibusters sick sail- Â¬ ors storms calms and helpless vessels drifting without crews Nor did his slumbers become calm and peaceful till another vision had soothed them aaL a dream of a quiet home in far away STAUT THUNDEIIED THE CAPTAIN New England and faces there that care only dont try to play up queer were very dear to the old sea dogs The mulatto heart with mo Go forward sullenly obeyed PAKT I CIIAPTKll V Upon the morning of the 1st of Sep- Â¬ ON TUB IiCK tember tho Captain went ashore with The master of the Nellie awoke his nephew leaving faithful Ben Har Â¬ the next morning in a state of uneasi Â¬ dy the mate in charge of the vessel ness lest he should be kept away from and tho unpromising crew His chief his vessel for another day Louis errand was to seo the agent but the wanted to remain in the city somo agent was able to tell him nothing en-Â¬ hours longer but the Captain declared couraging about the prospect of obtain that he should get back to tho bark ing any good men He had ordered tho just as soon as he was allowed and mate to keep close watch on the now would then weigh anchor at once men aud to shoot without hesitation After an early breakfast Louis sullenly any of them whom he found trying to followed him down to the quay Many desert and also to keep Dick Purvis small boats wero waiting here under the only remaining seaman of the old the surveillance of the guard the crew at the landing all day for the Nellies The hour among them use of the agent should he secure any was not yet nine but quite a crowd of more men We have seen that the sailors had gathered anxious to return boat was waiting oil the pier when tho to their vessels Tho officer of tho Captain and Louis came down that guard closely examined all of them afternoon from the Pasco but that tho permitted the greater number to enter vigilance of the military authorities in their boats and detained a few for tho search for the escaped prisoner pre Â¬ further examination Captain Willis vented them from returning to the and Louis easily passed and were bark at that time Tho two walked about to step into the boat which Dick up to the city called at the agents and Purvis pulled up to the steps when the learned that ho had had no furthersuc shipping agent hastened up followed cess anil then repaired to an Ameri Â¬ by a man in a worn suit of sailors can lodging house which was well clothes known to both of them Ive got another man for 3 011 Cap- Â¬ Louis Hunter had mado the acquaint Â¬ tain he said lie claims to be an ance of some boon companions among able seaman but unluckily he cant tiio Cuban youth while the bark had speak a word of English But 1 been in the harbor and he now pro Â¬ thought considering everything youd Captain liko to take him posed to make a night of it Ho talks Spanish Willis fatigued with the excitement of fast enough anyway the day and much disturbed by the re- Â¬ This last acquisition of the agent was cent occurrences upon and about his a man of apparently fifty years of age vessel went to bed soon tiftes supper His bristly hair was grizzled his shoul- Â¬ Shortly after dark Louis sallied forth ders were slightly stooped and his He had not forehead and cheeks were wrinkled lo look up his fricndj slroetlwhcn ho was His face had the decided hue of the reached tho next slopped by the patrol and examined Spaniard A great patch almost con- Â¬ That he was an American subjected cealing his left oe gave rather an un Â¬ him to instant suspicion and ho was pleasant aspect to his face Ho was therefore taken to the guard house for not heavily built his motions were further examination Here he was con- Â¬ alert and ho seemed strong fined in a dark and ill ventilated room asked tho Will you take him Mir for three hours witli a lot of suspects agent who had fallen into the clutches of the The Captain looked at this new sailor patrol One at a time they were taken with no great enthusiasm in his face out and interrogated by an officer It ho said youvo Mr Simmons was near eleven oclock when Louis alreaity brought me eleven of tho worst turn came After a closo question Â¬ looking fellows that ever stood on a ing the officer was apparently sat- Â¬ deck and now heres another of the isfied that the young man was not same sort Suppose he is a seaman I a filibuster and discharged him with cant swear in Spanish But I suppose a warning to go back to his lodgings wo might as well havo a round dozen and not be seen in tho streets again of em Put him in the boat that night In not the best of tempers Beforothis could bo done the man at tho loss of his nights carouse he had to be examined by the officer He Upon inquiring of his uncle obeyed answered all the questions asked him he found that he too had had more in good Spanish which the Captain experience with the Cuban authorities caused Louis lo interpret to him Ho Tho house had been visited by an armed party and thoroughly searched Captain Willis had been examined his papers again scrutinized and the off- Â¬ icer appearing suspicious of all Amer ican ship captains because as he wise- Â¬ ly observed they might have brought some filibusters into port had com- Â¬ pelled him to dress himself and ac Â¬ company him to tho American Consul to bo identified This irritating pro- Â¬ cedure had been gono through with and Louis found his uncle walking his chambor by the light of a tallow candle literally cursing all Spaniards and Cubans and raging liko a caged lion So youro back are you ho said in a rather milder tone as Louis en- Â¬ I was thinking those high Â¬ tered waymen had got you They did and only just let me go said the other sulkily ANOTIIKIt OF THE SAME SOKT Well Til bo cursed But never mind well get to sea to morrow in said his name was Jose Garde that he some shape crew or no crew and if was fifty live years old and was born tho Nellie ever comas down this way at Bahia Honda of Spanish parents again it will be when a few Americans Ho was bred a sailor and had always and Cuban patriots havent half scared followed tho sea Ho had lately been tho wholo Spanish nation out of their on the merchant ship CidCampeador wits between Cadiz and Havana but he had Had Louis Hunter possessed a frank been sick and his ship had sailed a sympathizing nature ho would have week before without him lie did not embraced this opportunity to remove want to bo idle and this was tho first all misunderstandings with his undo chance he had got Tho old sea dog was now in that frame This account was perfectly Mtfsfao of mind that mado him wish to talk tory to tho officer ho nodded permis Â¬ with Mtmu one aud with Louis espec Â¬ sion and in a few moments tho ntitut ially about tho nth ring events of the arms of Dick IurvU wero propelling day tho inconveniences and annoy tfio party across the harbor TO UK CONTIXUUU uuci btitlorcd from tho Cuban authori thundorcd tho Captain The man walked to tho other side and returned That walk cant bo disguised Youro an old sailor what your reason is for concealing it I dont know nor Stnrt J H Staircnghi has boon nrrcsted at San Francisco charged with forgeries of 75000 on the Union bank of Melbourne Australia while a mombor of a business houso thorc His extradition will bo asked for Dr Whitmore or Waterloo 111 who foil on tho platform of a sleoping car on tho Baltimore fc Ohio railroad near Cornwallls W Va tho othor day whilo on his way to attend tho Medical Congress at Washing- Â¬ ton died a few hours afterward Garllold County Col is now infested by a gang of stock thieves who aro not only gathering up tho scattered horses of tho Utes but of tho whites also Three men havo been arrested with a flock of sheep and goats Acting Land Commissioner Stockslagor has issued orders relative to the restoration to tho public domain of tho indemnity land held for the Marquette Uoughton Ontonagon railroad in Michigan Tho amount of land is ir7455 acres Dr McDonald a cancer specialist committed suicide in tho Lawrenco building jail Nashville Tcnn tho other day whero he had been sent for obtaining money undor falso pretences McDonald who is supposed to be from Michigan took laudaÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ ILL LATE NEWS ITEMS Tho Queen will knight Dr Morcll Mao Kcnzio for his professional services to tho Crown Priuco Frederick William Mrs J It Vincent tho widely known actress died ut Boston tho othor day front tho effects of un apoplectic stroke Bho had been on tho stngo llfty two years Tho elections to tho Bulgarian Sobranjo will take placo on tho 29th Prince Fcrdl nand lias lorbiildou Bulgarian officers from acting as newspaper correspondents It Is stated on good authority that Admiral Luco will bo released from tho command of tho North Atlantic squadron aud becomo president of tho War College at Newport Oi M 1 has practically been decided that Sir Charles Tuppcr will act Tho remaining British representative will bo Sir Lionel Saekvillo West Havana advices aro that tho excitement has abated and tho troops have beer ordered back to their barracks The Governor General has carried out his deter-Â¬ mination to break up tho smuggling ring The home government cabled an indorse- Â¬ ment of tho Governor Generals course and prolonged his term of authority Tho French preys aro furiously indignant over the fact that when the British flcot ar- Â¬ rived at Bougie Algcrio a short timo ago the Froneh officials at that port went on board the flagship to greet tho Duko or Edinburg commanding tho squadron and wore informed that His Royal Highness was in bed and could not bo disturbed The oflicials It is reported retired in disgust and did not again pay their formal respects George J Bland a stockholder of tho Duyton Railroad Cincinnati Hamilton Company accuses Henry S Ives and asso ciates of having issuod 0000000 preforred stock contrary to law Mr Bland has secured an order In court requiring Ives and all tho parties interested to appear be- Â¬ fore tho court and show cause why they should not be enjoined from ratifying the issue of tho stock or in any way creating It us a debt of the company If this stock is declared void Ives Cos creditors will lose about 4000000 of security Tho Richmond Paper Company Provi- Â¬ dence R I havo suspended Liabilities over SiWOOOO The company manufactured wood pulp paper principally for boolts Tho mills which aro tho principal assets cost over 1000000 four years ago Sir James Fcrgusson Under Foreign Sccrctao stated in tho Houso of Commons tho other day that tho work of the North Amoricau fisheries commission would in eludo tho matter of tho Alnsknn seal fish- Â¬ eries Ho also stated that Sir Lionel Saek- Â¬ villo West would be tho second commis- Â¬ sioner in rank nnd tho Canadian member tho third Assistant Secretary Maynard has In j formed a Canudiun correspondent that green apples being perishable fruit and not liabla to duty are not entitled to ware- Â¬ housing privileges upon Importation into tho United States On importation they must ho says bo entered for consumption and if of a cortuin value tho entry must be based on a duly authenticated consular Â¬ num A London correspondent cables as follows The Cutiadian government has been invited to name a representative on tho Fishery commission I believe that it Â¬ 1I i 1 invoice Whilo the Emporor William was passing along tho saloon of tho palace the other evening he stumbled and fell heavily to the lloor bruising his loft hip und olbow There was much excitement over the oc- Â¬ currence ut tho time and considerable unxioty through tho night but ho slept woli und next morning seemed to feel jio bad effects from his fall Scarlet fever has becomo epidemic in London and at tho English seasido resoits and is increasing in virulonce daily A great many fnmllios havo gone to tho Con- Â¬ tinent through fear of tho diseuse after having moved from place to placo in En land trying to cscapoit Tho unfavorable weather of tho last few days has increased tho number of cases as well as the number of deaths greatly Tho Federal authorities at Buffalo arc making an effort to put a stop to the prac tlco of currving passengers on freight boats on tho lakes The freight steamer Austra- Â¬ lia was last week fined llvo hundred dillurs for this offenso aud tho othor day tho steambargo John F Eddy was lined a simi- Â¬ lar sum The fines woro paid in both casos but an effort will bo made to have thorn re-Â¬ mitted by tho Treasury Department on tho 1 grounds that tho passengers carried wcra malting plcnsuro trips and paid no faros Princo Fcrdinund will leavo Bulgaria in a few days on a tour of tho Europcun courts to press his claims for recognition as ruler of Bulgaria but will hardly meet with suc Â¬ cess since all tho powers except Russia wish to avoid entanglement in iho Bulgarian difficulty Bishop William 8 Harris who died In Now York a fow days ago was born in Mansfield O in 1817 and received a classi- Â¬ cal education at tho Norwalk nominalHo became u minister in IKtft and wus uftorwnrds inndo principal of Baldwin University at Huron O In 1851 ho took ohargo of tuo academy department of tho Wesloyan University at Dohvaro nnd was olooted Bishop in lb1 Bishop Harris wiv a strong Abolitionist und took un nutlvo part in tho dluiMlonn before tho war MSiisionary Kiolul delight unit ho bus work wns hU visited dutunt lauds many Umcu in tnU In Â¬ torcst fo EflSH WM 4 Hazel Geeen Herald SPENCEIt COOPKH Publisher HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY i II 4i Vjj 1 I into every imaginable shape forbado our running in close A boat was low- Â¬ ered and tho captain called for volun- Â¬ teers from his crew Three bravo seamen stopped forward My orders are to land my passengers said tho captain That seas no mill pond Tho boat wont carry moron tkroa Thorou nothing llko to loves young dream landsmen Whos for tho first trip Tho present does so pleasant seem Wo hastily drow lots Standish and Through all tho world it is the same And so one night tho question cams I were left out I begged Harry to let Susan D Nickehson Say darling will you bo my wlfot mc go in his place but ho pressed my Ill guard you from tho btorms of lire HARVESTING CORN hand and scrambled over the sido Pray answer me I do entreat Standish and I stood on either sido of Th Advantages anil DUndrautarr o See doar Im Kneeling at your feet Oh ploaso got up at lust she said Thrashing Corn Without Iluaklajr the captain as he watched tho boat Indeed I neer intend to wed The now way of extracting tho corn with tho help of his glass and reported I novcr thought that you meant all to us After several attempts to land from tho stalks with tho ordinary You said when oft you came to call I hopo you may bo happy yet had been made as only good boatmen thrashing machine has attracted so So pray forget we over mctl could make them the boat wo sup Â¬ much attention and brought so many First give a rouson then ho said of tho countryacquired from books posed struck ono of tho treacherous inquiries from those anxious to know Why you have vow ed to never wed Ah would you know and be my friend OOLl KNOUOII TO UUY PALACKS when he was considering whether to currents became unmanageable and moro about tho proocss that after Ill tell tllo story to tho end give up his sure salary for the chances mixed T sand that is washed out capsized Had all the gold in tho fuller experiment and knowlodgo I I had a sister without foes of a fortune to be made by a lucky to sea deposits the heavy metal You could not count her many beaux An world been before me it would have will say moro about how to do it and Her pockots were with candy tilled spados turn or picks blow lie know unusually high wind and surf had seemed as nothing when my only its advantages and disadvantages Sho ico croam hnd when eer she willed that the beach on the Paeilic coast was plowed up theso deposits separated brother was struggling in that boiling Tho machine used may bo any With sleigh and car and buggy rides wide in long stretches and that onco them and driven them in on shore in surf that would in all probability bo such as is used for grain To sandwich In between besides Until one fatal diy for life reached we were almost sure of an time to meet tho astonished gaze of our his gravo How could I writo tho tid thrashing or au old superannuated Sho pledged to bo a petted wife ings homo Standish and I hold a machino will do providing it is strong unobstructed way to some ranch or In starving party Then camo tho talked of joys of home dian village whero we could find food short consultation with tho captain and in good working order To pro He said he oirod no more to roam Were ever men so placed before No ice cream sinco then has she tasted of some kind Ho hoped to bring up There was gold Gold enough to buv Cant send in another boat said ho pare it for corn thrashing tho sections And as for hor tho snow was wasted at Trinidad but ho underrated the palaces broad acres luxuries in food Im short handed enough now containing all tho tooth except two Sho noer a single slolgh rido got difliculties of the tramp Trinidads tho nighest lauding any rows should be removed and somo The im and clothing pleasures beyond all I know a married womans lot Although sho says her husbands kind menso redwood trees that towered our wildest dreams had ever ap Â¬ salt water sailord try to make He hurd wood plank substituted in their He falls below my standard mind against the western sky could not proached We stood upon it trampled it handed his glass to 1110 and began to placo Tho sections containing tho And so to me It bost doth seem have so thriven away from damp handled it tasted it smelled it Yes it give orders I looked in tho forlorn remaining tooth should bo lowered To single stay and oat Ico cream And then so droamily sho smiled salt air but they were farther ofl than was gold All avo had to do was to hope that I might distinguish some Â¬ moro or less according to tho corn to As if by happy thoughts beguiled they appeared and between them stoop and take it There was no ono thing of boat crow or passengers but bo thrashed Tho corn should bo woll While as behind him closed the door were firs spruce and pines also a to struggle with us for it No ono to had either been visible at all it must cured and tho stalks must bo dry in Ho vowed to noor trust woman more Jr I M McKinnon in Chicago Journal close undergrowth of magnificent snatch it from us after wo had grasped have been to a moro practiced cyo order to keep well when put into mow ferns standing live or six feet higher it It was gold Wealth the idol be- Â¬ than mine I raised tho glass to com Â¬ or stack It is fed to tho machino butts foremost and as fast as tho than a tall mans head of vines long fore which tho world falls prostrate in mand the top of a high bin ft a little SANDS CHANGING berry bushes and wild fruits in short abject worship For which man of ton north of whore the boatmen had tried mill will proporly cloan tho thrashed to land or tho olovator will There away clearly vegetation A Strango Story of Advonturo In a dense tangle ofcould mako Onco in sacrifices all that reason tells him is against the sky was a movingoutlined cornstalks Tho bettor waycany thrash this jungle wo is to figure tho our way most dear and having gained it while tho Gold Regions Captain whats that only with knives and hatchets We ho clutches it confesses that happiness I cried as fast as it comes from tho field al- Â¬ cut our road step by step each lead Â¬ has melted away before it Isnt it jossiblo some of thoso poor though if quite dry or a machino can Original not bo obtained at the time it may bo N tho full of 1850 a ing by turns Browser bringing up the How it mocked us a gaunt travel- - leiiows nave got out alive drawn and piled upon tho mow and rear Couldnt havo climbed that bluff soiled ragged crow Lying all around party of California Night came upon us Wo were not us in silent command it called upon ho answered taking tho glass and thrashed from thoro In order to bo lrospectors h ail easily handled it should either havo worked their way equal to tho labor of clearing a place us to tako tho reward for which we had sweeping tho shore alow and aloft i i j brought from Brow- - left home friends tho comforts of After a moment the glass came to a boon bound in smallest bundles whon ri up among tho iui t mi ou being olso havo rest lowered as northern foot sers pack some of the broad I had civilization How it mocked us Our objectthen slowlykept in focus IfI some dividedout orthem and bothe stoots into woll bound was being lived hills There were tottering limbs would not support us beforo loaded upon tho wagon for tho years in seconds thou our trembling hands would not obey Pert Standish a Must be a redskin the captain barn our greed wills and gather the riches year before a Hus- Â¬ Tho advantages of this motliod of muttered Cant drown a redskin spread beforo us ton bankers clerk ono v their eggshells 11 livo in break Â¬ harvesting corn aro rapidity in getting ami society man Pat Ireland Joe Tho excitement of this sudden ap Â¬ French Groaser Bent my brother pearance had roused us only to react ers thatll stave tho stall nchest boat tho corn under covor whon in propor Harry and myself Our provisions in greater exhaustion and wo were thats evor built Thought Id mado condition thus onabling tho farmor and ho again handed his Jn ono or two days of good weather to were running low Bent had boasted driven to the acknowledgment that it right house quito a largo crop also in sepa- Â¬ glass to me of hia knowlodgo of the country and food must como first gold afterwards 1 could clearly discern an object ris- Â¬ rating tho corn from tho stalks From Â¬ Wo gathered a few haudfuK and as he stoutly asserted Ids ability to re to six hundrod ing and falling on the water and four hundred plotted on planning how to come back turn in a few days with supplies was allowed to tako one of our two mules and secure tho treasure beforo others though taking an irregular course bushels of shelled corn or ovon and go on tho search We who should find it This wo wero confi Â¬ gradually Hearing the cutter Nearer more may bo oasily thrashed in stayed agreed to leave signals for his dent we could do as that part of tho still it came and wo thought wo could ten hours witli a good maohiue and bo beach was seldom visited by boats on seo something that looked like a man cleaned frco from loaf silk or cobs guidances if wo moved on Six days passed but Bent had not appeared account of tho difficulty of approach half lying half sitting in tho canoe The stalks aro put in hotter condition for kooping Tho big butts are so A hungrier sot seldom comes to any and there was little to attract travel- Â¬ that was paddled by ono Indian Canoe ahov shouted tho cap much torn and broken up and so thor Â¬ to that rough split tho landward side ers on table than came It was oughly mixed with tho drior loaves Whats aboard near night when tho cabin of the ranch tain section of a redwood branch resting - VZwafKsMM Each one cut thin The Indian made no answer but and smaller portions of tho stalks that on unpceled crotched sticks driven came in sight The owner a well fed wvfcElfflcn slices of pork laid when put into mow or stack thoro is paddled slowly on into tho ground Standish who was the start it OII tiP bread man stood in the doorway and took a Stand by for a rope tho captain little danger of mold and if whon beÂ¬ cook that day flourished over his head tilled their tin cups from the clear leisurely survey ing ovqn through tho machino a little shouted 1 a well polished bone that had once be Â¬ brook lot that Browsers sagacity had dis- Â¬ your low you air a snug como ho said 1 dry straw bo thrown upon tho olovator A rope shot out over our heads was in n longed to a fat porker critter I reckon covered and Standish not excepted Look at that boys he ate as sweet a meal as he had oor en Â¬ lowed there be some caved in strangers dexterously caught by the Indian and with them or if it bo mixed with them said the canoo was drawn through the com Â¬ when boing put into tho mow or stack Wore flat broke on ham the last joyed Then regardless of all pre Â¬ follerin One of tho thero will bo no danger of injury ovon Tho ranchmans bluutness was forÂ¬ paratively smooth water nour uag looics lean tne saieratus can cautions each wrapped himself in hi 4 lowered a boat hook till it al Â¬ whon the stalks aro quito green The grins at you ovcry time you open it blanket and was soon fail atleep We gotten when ho led us into tho ono sailor and the pork and beans have almost worked on for throe days much of the room of the cabin and bado us sit most touched the bottom of the little stalks aro taken from tho fields with Our supper of raft With tho help of tho hook and tho corn thus clearing tho ground vanished time oor country which would have down and fall to Ef Pat vould mako do bread dere been hard enough had it been cleared smoking becf stcak eggs fcot biscuit of strong hands my brother Harry half ready for fall plowing many days or vould be saieratus in tie poches said of undergrowth but thanks to Brow Â¬ and eoflec dispatched wo wrapped climbed was half lifted on to tho cut Â¬ weeks even in advanco of what can o done in tho Ail way of hand husking our clvos in our blankets and with ters dock Franch Joe ser we seldom suflered from thirst Of the six 111011 who wont in tho enabling tho farmer to havo this im Â¬ Sure an whin Joo Ml bo afther Wo all learned to understand his muto tins sky for a roof slept soundly In Â¬ cookin tho banes well slhrike it rich notice that in this direction or that tho morning having gratefully refused boat ho was tho only ono saved and portant work done beforo tho disagree lie had been drawn out of tho surf able weather almost suro to come later an pibbles said Pat looking fiercely a cool bright stream was flowing the invitation to stay by till yer kinder coopered up after a breakfast when he was nast helping himsolf bv in the fall at Joo Wo were all at last reduced to join Â¬ Tho disadvantages can all bo covered How far to tho nearest ranch I ing with him in his repasts on tho as substantial as tho supper we started the friendly Indian Taking the Indian on board and his under one head so far as I havo been for San Iwancisco asked abundant herbage We uied our gold dust freely for our canoo in tow wo sailed for Trinidad ablo to find them tho shelled corn is Bent says it vas no more than ten Early on the fourth morning we one thought was to keep our secret till In tho morning Standish and I with of course not as dry or thoroughly mile as dor crow fly Joo answered caught the sound of waves breaking on we could hurry back and securo tho the Indian started for the gold beach cured as would bo nocded for storing Boin as thares nivcr a crow amonst tho coast In rnother hour wo came prize Lest wo might attract the no Â¬ carrying tools for gathering and bags in bins or in a very close barn but this ua an nivor a mothers son avc us tuk out on the sandy beach Our boots Wo reached the can bo easily overcome whon ono has Â¬ to tho fly in business thores no tillin aim clothing were torn our faces and tice of gold hunters as eager as our- for holding tho gold It was tho placo wo had scon plenty of barn floor by spreading the selves wo agreed to separate into two beach thor longth avo ther samo tin mile hands scratched and bleeding and parties and deposit our dust in two a few days before glittering with tho corn not moro than ono foot dcop over said Pat every muscle quivered with fatigue banks Pat Wc could not bo mis Â¬ the floor and havingitshovolod ovor onco quite in Thats the wisest speech you ever and hunger Which way should we of Standishs who stoodeducation awo precious metal business and taken exhausted as wo wore wc had a day for a few days at tho samo time mado said Harry turn to find the ranch the food we so quickness at figures declared that ho carefully taken our bearings But kooping tho barn doors opon and allow- Â¬ Theymay bo a good deal longer sorelv needed Standish looked at his would howkl on till what Misthcr there was nothing there but sand ing a vory frco circulation of air or if miles for us than for Bent said I compass out in mo struggle inrougn Sthandish agraed Black sand ono happens to havo a lot of old corn for woll have to make our own tho jungle and in going for water wo What fools wo havo been said the two may bo mixed togothor to tho Joes imperfect knowledge of tho lan- Â¬ trail had veered from our course Man guage induced him to trustStandish al- Â¬ Standish The very saino forco that improvement of both as tho old corn superior reasoning man was at a loss so Wo appointed a place of rendez- Â¬ brought tho gold in has carried it out will absorb somo of tho moisturo and I bcliovo Bents gono back on us said Standish If ho has what noxt not so tho unreasoning brute Brow Â¬ vous and Standish wont with Harry again and loft only tho sand such as thus becomo less hard and moro easily gotting lato in tho season Whats ser lifted his nose snufled the air and to prospect for a small vessel to tako wo might walk on for miles Its masticated if to bo fed whole as it is rain down below may bo snow up deliberately steadily walked oil in us back to tho gold beach I took it Our feet mado heavy by disappoint- Â¬ usually to shoop 8 Woodward in bora I wouldnt risk being snowed what tho compass showed to bo the upon myself to keep an 030 on Pat and ment wo dragged ourselves back to tho Jlural New Yorker up hero if I had all Quincy market southerly direction Joe for I feared that in that Babel cutter Standish gave tho word and to fall baok on If we dont care to Foot sore wo slowly limped after San Francisco they might moot com Â¬ wo wero soon headed for San Fran- Â¬ Tho meanest man in Boston lias loavo our b0nes here wo must roll up him over tho broad black sand beach Ho calls himsolf a boon reported patriots bo thrown oft their guard and cisco our blanket and vamos almost ready to throw down our light Â¬ becomo confidential I shall never forget tho evening when practical jokor and it is said that hav Â¬ Lets give Bent ono moro day ened loads lightened bocause wo had Standish found that strangers in tho Standish Harry and I sat on deck in ing noticed that on a certain day of said Harry If ho dont como by this laid upon much enduring Browser all city could not Immediately command tho stern of tho cutter and talked over tho wook a pudding was placed oa the time to morrow thon Ill say vamos but rifles and bags of gold Speech Â¬ the faoilites wo needed and with Har Â¬ our adventures since wo started on tho ledgo of a window to cool lie bought lessly wo wero laboring on when a rys consent decided to ask tho advieo gold hunt Im vldycM put in Pat a bean blowor and a box of mandrake As thorenjworo no dissontlng voices sudden exclamation from Harry mado of a business acquaintance of his book Â¬ Bob snid Harry at last Im off pills and whon tho pudding next apÂ¬ the quoatipi was considered settled dm look aliund keeping days Ah tho assayor had pro Â¬ for home You will do as you ploaso peared he blow it full of pills It Is Tho col nounced our Hpeliuens half imrn gold of course but I tell you whou a fellow also said that puddings aro no loage uhilo this conversation had boon go Whats that ho crlod lag oh we wero ull drinking cofloo cdm Im a living man Standishs friend promptly proposed has looked death in tho face lifo Is a oxpoued on that back window from tin oup company and prom Â¬ new thing for him It scums as if my A rod before us tho black sand tie formation of and with blunted knlvM uully ontriml in our btlta changed to yellow yellow that glls ised to piuh It lutorosN Papon wore life had been taken from mo and given A little mx of mufttartl 1W h ike satiag fried ham and saieratus broad toned in tho mm light Wo nulled for Â¬ drawn up and tho next morning our hack Its a moan use to make of life top rj the piekle jar will prevent tke Statdih had mixed In the pan ho ward nlmiwt forgetting our woarlneM party of live young men comfortably to npeml it getting money for moneys vinegar from beemiHg mWy if tke ko only had hp mtHy ft ijlm buforo tuv wash Â¬ nuil hungering fulntutw Wo hail all clothed wlmoxt forgetting our recent put wp ML pieaiee Hare ing kW iui uot going to give up vM laid that hai Kt Wwt bUi boon natural gold tcoru of time bo privation ami ctxuUlwg In tho prospect A nolghbor gave ucross the way Anil deemed hor such a ehnrralng elf He loved hor butter than himself So Hko a bravo young caviller Ho thought all obstaolca to clear Ho spent his cash for livery team For candy nuts and dear lce crcam When ci3h is scarco ho rum up bills For whatsoor tho dear one wills mud-bespattered mud-be-spat-tercd WHY SHE REFUSED ile met hor at tho party gay Evening camo but no Bout In tho morning our preparations for depart Â¬ ure wore quickly made How about the trail Harry asked Heros my compass Standish answered drawing a pocket compass from tho folds of his grimy faded blouse And Browsera as good as an Indian any day So wo started each one of us if wo had been seen in tho streets of any city but San Francisco would have been takofor a walking exhibition of pov- Â¬ erty Our broad brimmed hats wore rusty and weather beaten our onco red shirts were many colored tho leather belts that hold our trowsers were too our thick shoes orlong boots bore samples from various diggings Yet each man carried his bag of gold swung on his rifle over his shoulder with his washing pan and his blanket On Browsers back were spades pick Â¬ axes sharp crow bars hatchets and what provisions remained Standish had a general knowledge foro but wo could hardly bolievo this was gold spread out liko an Immense sheet at our feet Whothor wo bc liovod it or not It was so Tho action of tho water had pulverized tho mag- Â¬ netic iron rocks into beach sand In tho rock gold and platinum had boon V s r of laying hands on wealth that awaltod us went aboard a cutter well found in all wc should need Tho captains sealed orders directed him to put us ashore wherever Stan Â¬ dish should say Wo beat up the coast and lay to off tho gold beach Heavy breakers and savage Tocks water woru Standish Thorofl gold in these sands thats plain enough There must I somo way to gob somo of it and who knows but I may bo luoky enough to see it washed up again As Harry and I wero determined to tako tho noxt steamer for tho isthmus wo turned over our interest in tho company to Standish The beaches havo sinco boon worked with fair suc- Â¬ cess But I believe no such sight has evor again appeared to any party of miners as that glittering boach whose golden sands our destitution forbade out gathoring thoso troasures not oven Hddon in tho sands but which our wunts compollod us to loavo to bo boxuo out into tho ocoan waste a Vj i Hi i sa tn ti sopara-tor-mnchi- ue a A i tf 5 sg 18 V 9 ji j J 51 r V 3 3 J t fU 1 Vv 11 ii - fcrf 1 4 ii Ht T 0 a jJtaUxT ilU wjmmt i mu Fr7ys MMiHMH fmmmmmmim Hazel Geebn Heeald 8 PUBLISHED BY SPENCER COOPER B Vubscription - 1 Mouey to Accompany tho Nnnio a Year Editor BPJ3N0ER COOPER Friday HAZEL GREEN KY October 7 1887 N W Aykr iolfy propared list of nil newspapers and icriodicals in the United States and Canada nrranged by States in gcograph ical sections and by towns in rtlphabeti col order Ono of its chief features is a carefully prepared description of every county in tho United States setting forth its loca- Â¬ tion area adjoining navigable Btreams tho character of its surface the nature Hi its soil its leading crops and manufact- Â¬ ures its county scat and population A similar but more elaborate descriptive heading is appsnded to each State Jper Annual for SoNjS American Ncws 1887 contains n care k powerful busy picking cotton It is opening so fast we cant keep up with it Iho early cotton is making a lino crop but tho worms held a campmcetingon the late patch and foraged on it until it is not worth much These little squirrn ingfpcstsjhave destroyed many promising crops in tho country and thero will bo weeping and wailing among the gals because they wont have the money to go to the show this fall nor can they buy their new bonnets and ribbons and things they have been longitig for I am awful sorry for them I tell you wlutts a fact tho gals dont get half what they earn Why sir I think a girl that is Industri- Â¬ ous smart and pretty nil smart and industrious girls are pretty dont you think so ought to have a largo bhnre of everything made on tho farm I love those sort of girls whenever I see them but I dont tell my wife so You know women arc sometimes curious about these things but there is no harm in a fellow loving to look at and talk to pretty girls is there I have a washing receipt I am going to give them in my next letter to Tjik Herald Green T Little You should avoid all medicines which cause you horrid griping pains they destroy the coatings of tho stomach and may inako you an invalid for lifo the mild power is tho best Dr J II Ale Leans Little Liver and Kidney Fillets will euro chills and fever biliousnns etc 25 cents a vial Sold by G B Swango Uazel Green Tho Singer Sewing Machine Manufac- Â¬ turing Company hist week purchased 8000 walnut trees in Piko county The Company now have two mills in operation in Pike and wo learn will put in two more as soon as navigation opens up Thoy get out one million feet annually and have now about three million feet purchased Yet there aro men who are actually opposed to tho railroad develop- Â¬ ment of Eastern Kentucky Bourbon News Â¬ A Voice From Texas HOTCHIN8 Texas Sept 30 iiKRALD well at my nouso Editor all arc fto StiMlp itiii law Ik Manufacturers of Best English Steel Circular and Lone S AIWIS --ALSO DEALEHS IK- - Gummers Swages Emery Wheels Leather and Gum Belting Our Clrculnr Sitwn stand at th5 head of tho market on tholr merit In workmanship toughness jimt elasticity of pinner unci quality ol iUuoI Also a lull lino of Ircuch liiiml Siiv in stock of our tmii importation Files Work fully warranted and at llock Bottom Prices LARGE CIRCULAR SAWS A Send for Price List with Best Discounts SPECIALTY arAll orders sent to J T and will have our best attention F Day Hazel Green Ky for new work or miw a for rcjiair will be promptly forwarded to i 7 Vine and 861 Water Streets CI8CIftAT5 - Q mylly To every person who will send us 9 in cash and nine subscribers wo will scud Thk HERALt ono year freo will save money Get your blanks at this oifice and you FRESHAND CLEAN am now receiving New Goods and my stock of General Merchandise is now complete consisting of Dry Goods No- Â¬ tions Ladies and Gents Boots and Shoes Hats and Caps I Rff t i i n f fl Territory and Canada Province The county headings also show from the United States census of 1880 tho number of manufacturing establishments of all kinds at that time tho amount of capital invested in them the number of hands employed and the value of annual products The State heading shows in addition to the summary foregoing the amount paid in wages and tho value of the raw material used It gives tho population of every State Territory county and county seat of all tho largo cities and towns and of almost every placo in which a newspaper is published taken either from the United Stato census of 1880 or from tho State consus of 1880 in every instance whero aucbi census was taken or from recent careful estimates It also gives tho numberof votes polled in each State Territory and county by the Republican Democratic Greenback Price 300 and Prohibition parties Â¬ HAZEL GREEN m Ai m ttvicmeff Fall Term Begun MONDAY AUGUST 15th 1887 I rarcroose to sell thera Cheaper for Sraot Cash tlian ever before known in this market asp Call on me and you can Save Big Money Ill divide profits with you Q 3 W SW AMfA aIW4Ua wwnwaMiini 1 p Queensware Hardware Groceries Drugs Saddlery and a variety of articles too numerous and too tedious to mention a OmfU g WW mMmBmtmmmammm BNew clean large well Â¬ ventilated buildings furnishfurniture ed with new improved school carriago paid As will be seen by referenco to our local columns tho Court of Appeals has affirmed- the finding of tho lower court in tho cnoo oc Jame Buchanan Tho decision rendered by Judge Holt demonstrates that drunkenness adds to rather than mitigates the enonnity of a murder and tho document should bo carefully read by everyone Tho Gover nor will now appoint a day for the execu Â¬ tion or co in nui to tho sentenco to lifo imprisonment duo notico of which will Bo given in these columns Tho Georgetown Times says The Fu Corps Competent Teachers only good thing belonging to Georgetown that Shelby ville can get is a part of the BgkTuition Board and In- Â¬ Paris Georgetown and Frankfort Rail- Â¬ road And now is the accepted time cidental Expenses Keasona- Other counties aro begging for it and the children way Up in lJatli and Morgan ahle counties are crying for it TAX Hv v 10 SHERIFFS SALE FOR rtuc of Taxes due tlio Sheriff of For further information call on or address Hazel Green Academy Co ESTABLianKD18J7 IttsnmrnBarlygtt lnco this medicine wai offerud aa remedy Tor Worms and from that time its -reDutation has aterillv Inrrpmprt until t thu resent day It Is alinort untvemally ncknowledRcU throughout nearly all parta of the world to bo tho tov-rtM Hrt ItfAm fliinfAtlMna made more for the purpose of pleasing the palate than of overcoming dlseaso have been manufocturud all over the country but their short Iniuwi nt llfn i nniirtv nvliiiiiitAii tho nri D A Kahnestocka Vermlfugo continues to grow in favor dally Children often look vale and uleklu from no- otner cause man tmrms ana apam are mosi rrcquontiy tho result 01 those niaacn Dappers and miners Whon thpv aro lrrltabln anil feverish sometimes cravlni food and eatlncr rAvonntmlv nimfn mrtiiinntkninmsrfiA tossing restlessly in sleep moaning and grinding the teth then bo assured these symptoms are Indications of vruriio Many a holplosa child has boon laid IA the grave whon thn dlseaso which caused its death has been en tirely mlsunderMood and when worms havo really been the canso Jthas ben proved beyond cavil that worms exist In the human system from earliest infancythcrcforo parenU cspecIally moArs who aro more constantly with their children cannot bo too observing of tbeIrst eymptomn oftcormtXor so wirely as thoy exist they cao be sarlv and f peedily removed from tho most dtUcatt infant by the timely use of H AFahnestocks Vermifuge Fhyslclans do not hesitato to rocommend It and uso it in their practice and many of the most eminent of the profession from all parts of tho country testify to Its uniform succofls in fact It never falls 1 has fre quently been given to children as a safe purgative not suspecting the cause of the Illness and large quuntltlea of worms were discharged and immediate relief afforded Orent cantion must be used by every purchaser to Demsown juogH in one sonso ana to examine every Dottione buys or It Tho simple uame of Faiikkstock Is noi Btmicieni no muss loot ciosoiy ana carczmiy to eeo mat tho initials aro B A Faiixcsiock and be tatl- tied with nothing eln NlW FttAHKUW Wowaiid CO Mo CiMDnrDaE JID aesrs e unnwartz uo Itttnburg Id navlnpuspd the original B A Fahnostock Vonnl Qentlrmeiil havo uscl somo of that moit oxcollent fngo In my practlco for remedy U A Fahnestocks Vermifuge and found It to tancy In recommending many years I have no beat it as a remedy which Is tajt have tho dcslrud effect 1 think yosr vermlfugo con reliable and tfflcltnt In all cases where a Vermlfugo If cot safely bo dispensed with in any family needed Youn Ac TU03 H HANDY M D JWUUDBAHDMD 10 B A Pittsburg Pa Sole Proprietors B IStilWAlilZ AFAHfJESTOCfC yean VERMIFUGE FatineatookCo Â¬ j h TflDI D fife ll What is tliat a sign Hazel Green Wolfe counto Ky My dear I drorracd hist night that you were an Angel of y sv- V k a k hours of and 4 oclock oclock A M at the court house door m Wolfe county Ky expose to public sale to the highest bidder for cash in hand tho following prop erty or much thoreof as mav be necessary to satisfy the amount of the Taxes due afore said and coats to wit 175 Acres of land listed in the name of T 8 T Caudill i adjoining tho laud of L M District At tho Grand Army encampment at Day iuAcres of No 2 214 laud listed in St Louis Mo Gen Johx P Rua of Malcthu A Little adjoining the name of the land of Minnesota was last week elected to Klsbcrry Little in District No 2 100 Acres land listed in the name of auccocd Fajroiiild as commander in Asbnry Hackof adjoining the land of Kobt chief Back in District No 2 Also school tax of 25 cents on each 100 worth House and lot in Daysborough listed iu AN OLD GRUDGE the name of Thos V Buskirk G T CENTER JVC Kvomolo of Fronoli livoMolo Feud lnmo Shoots William Gnnibrol C Sheriff toDcnlli ut Hazard Ky London Ky Sent 30 News has roaohed here of tho killing of William Grambrel by J C Eversole at Hazard AND Iorry county last Monday afternoon d Tho fight seems to have becu a struggle for a time but Eyersolo finally succeeded in drawing his pistol EEHAZEL GREEN KY Ho and firing three shots intoGambrols bodv h instantly killing him There was au old HAVING I TITHD lTP A FIRS CLASS ami provided inysolf with jjrudgo oxlsting between the parties and slvoy casually mot in a vacant lot in good saddle and harness horses and vehicles solicit the public patronage Hazard oiy Monday and my informant I respectfully horses by the single feed day I will aays that Gambrel drew his pistol and week or feed month and take pleasure in giving attempted to shoot Eversole who clinch- Â¬ all stock entrusted to me especial attention ed the weapon uud a struggle and fight jKirllorses bought and sold on commission and will drive horses to harness for nil began Evoreolo will bo remembered as a party who desire my services All charges rea ill tho famous Evcrsole Frcnch fouu Ho sonable and satisfaction guaranteed Day House ifn well known lawyer and merchant Stable iu connection with II PIEKATT s23 tf J was formerly Deputy Collector of Inter- Â¬ nal Revenue and possesses considerable wealth It ia claimed that ho was clearly justifiable in tha killing Evereolu im Â¬ mediately surrendered The town tonight Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in ht full of moonshiners en route to tho federal Court at Louisville which con- Â¬ venes Monday next4 Later Since tho nbovo wu in type AND Irugato Mcintosh from Lost Creole tells lis an entirely different story It appears Ghat Eversole nnd n man named Camp Bell had a prisoner at Hazard and in No 611 Main Street 10 Summer St moviug around with him Evcrsolo notic Louisville Ky BostonMass acLthat Gambrel followed them up and a4ed of him why he did 00 Garabrol B ssrilcpresonted by rqjliod that te was only attending to his awa business At tHis romark Eversole Blackburn nOly Uarted towards Gambrel nndtho latter rim Hreuds school house Evoreole went TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK ttfie opposite1 direction and meeting thoy fiad a scufllOr irf which Gambrel received MT STERLINGKY wound in tho thigh from tho accidental dUchargo of Hvcrsolos pistol Gambrel Uwir wrenched tlio pistol from Evowolo antfwxaOiKlfcaYorlng to HUooMiiraj when J M BIGSTAFF President tfrmptalf fthet him fn tho book and ho W W THOMSON Owhlor fell Wiimta fell Everaolo fired auoliv Af 1 Â¬ Â¬ Wolfe county for the years 18S0 7 lor one of mv deputies will on MONDAY THE 7TII DAY OF XOVKMUKR 1887 between the Ju JL - m -- ANU THE- - New ONLY M far I Weekly Will be sent to any address one year for g00 0NLY- - In order to accommodate our patrons we have made arrangements bv which wo can furnish Tub JIkhaui amf NEW YOUK WOULD together with subscribers clioice of the WORLDS most liberal premiums consisting of the following valuable books A foul stomach was his nnpoctic answer People who have no such pleasant night visions and awake feeling as though they had had no rest nerves all unstrung wondering Whnton earth 18 the mat ter with me would hotter take some simple treatment in TIME Persons will neglect themselves and put off treatment until their health is gone What would you think of tho authorities of a great city with its miles of sewerage to take away the filthy accumulations of streets and alleys allowing the sewerage to choke up and spread contagion and poisonous teases from decaying matter to blight that city by disease 7 Yet your course is ju3t as UNWISE Tho human body is well provided with all that is necessary to carrying off the unclean and you allow it accumulate and decompose bringing all manner of ills to the flesh An old Chinese proverb is Keep your feet warm your head cool and your bowels open Make a memorandum of this and try it and if you dont keep well there is no truth in tho world W hand-to-han- LIVERY SALE FEED STABLE - History of the U S History of England Everybodys Guide All for the unprcccdcntcdly low prico of Two jDollars a Year The retail price of either of these books is Sli00 and they cannot be had lor less The Nkw Youk Would is the leading Democratic paper of the United States and as a family paper it has no- rivalr Its circulation being more than- double that of any other paper on the American Continent Xr Tnoso who desire to take advantage of thw liberal offer should call on or ad dress the Tjik Hkiukd at once The cash must accompany every order with 10 cents extra to pay postage on book CALL AND SEC THE HOOKS - 4f Will do the business for you A V S O0 i 9 Q Little Pi 1 Liver SII J J I Ct J T M JSr And all General Stores in Eastern Kentucky BRO Ezel VAUGHN Campton Ky PIERATT F DAY Hazel Green Ky Sold and guaranteed by Iy Â¬ TRIMBLE BROTHERS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J L Dunlapil J B DnnlapWG Bairett tfMMrMSJ DUNLAP BM1C0 MT STERLING KY i Wholcsalo Manufacturers of Boots Shoes J SADDLERY Respectfully Invite the Mountain HARNESS ETC AND DEALKltS IN SADDLERY HARDWARE 728 and 730 -- Merchants to Examine their Stock and Prices before purchasing 5JS ill t 2 i W Main St LOUISVILLE KY u201y 3ffc Represented by ROB NUNNELLY atfwu tm mrWk HAZEL GllEEIf KENTUCKY H irjrr Z2- - E2 ca a h rBOtx hm fla m Mr m iu m ss May oiBCi Wholesale KENTUCKY and Retail Lowest Prices MAYTOWN WOOL OAEDING Largest Stock Â¬ into kf head and killed him Ktowek and Campbell were Arretted rbot JTAM CnoRX iJhmy 0 mitncTons Andrew Fwlkr Kventolo rso twnja wt Dk Jl It Dmaxk J T IXionlakd Heavy invoices arrivine dailv and stacks w Done promptly and In workumullko man upon stacks of goods tp meet every department ner of trade Flour Mealr Live Stock Produce and School Feed and Lumber Claims received Country on notes accounts 5r in trade jNTFr sale cheap for cttsh Oomo utui ua iff W MANKKIt 1 T merchandise F DAY J4w Grinding and Sawing Mr HiJfl p t - - HHlfV- - - y Bst 65 K Hi- - J r4 V ill S IK IP Mil II K OT1 fcfc n 1 h l y n it Us X BUCHANANS CASE BASE BALL Tho Court of Appeals Afilrtn tho Decision The match game of base ball between tho jBBBKltjaWaVvlFWHWaaalllaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa of tho Circuit Court Haze Green and Eflel teamsns previously an- Â¬ Manufacturer of Has a larger circulation in the mountains oj BBKvPJBBn9lri a3SilBiMiiflfffStaaaaaMk Tho case of James Huchanan who niur Eastern Kentucky tlian any paper in the dcred nounced came off at Ecl last Saturday aud EcE2fiataflladdfl9BaaaHBHLl KB old man James Ross in this county on state and merchants and others wishing o Full resulted in a victory for tho Ezcls Tho Oeeure the trade of Eastern Kentucky will me nrst day of Auril last and who wrw game was closely contested throughout and i linI it TUB BUST AUVKKTISINO MPririfM convicted in the Wolfe Circuit Court at its the result seemed doubtful to tho last At Advertising Ratos July term was carried to the Court of Ap the end of the fourth iuuings tho scores tfSSrTransient advertisements 75 rents an peals and Judge Holt htst Thursday rcudCred were evcu in the fifth the Ezcls scored six infill first iiisertioii J25 cents an inch for the decision of that court in the case which bach subsequent insertion AND DEALER IN affirms the decision of the lower court Tho and their opponents four in tho sixtli tho STANDING ADVKUT1SEMKNTS Hazel Grceus scored ono and very nicely 1 inch 1 yearS 500 i inches lvearSl 500 decision is of such great importance and whitewashed the Ezels in the seventh tho 2 inches 1 year 000 5 inches 1 year 1750 shows so conclusively that drunkeuness in Ezels mnde eight runs a inches 1 year lluu 0 inches 1 year 2000 and only allowed WINCHESTER KY jErSpecial rates on larger advertisements no sense palliates the performance of crime their opponents two Tills began to look a local notices 5c a line with o per cent oil that we publish it in full gloomy for the Hazel Greens but in for long time The imposition of tho death penalty in little Tree tri ftMarriage and death notices this case has led to a careful inspection of the eighth they scored six nnd again white butes of respect and obituaries 5 cents a washed the Ezels iu the ninth the teams tion in Grade and Prices the record line all one each scored The performance of this unpleasant jQ Announcements of candidates for G B Swango of this place and Asa B State or District oree 10 County offices duty has however satisfied us beyond all T 5 calls on persons to become candidates Ficrutt of Ezel who were tho scorers differ 11 Ky X1 T A V H AZKJ URhEN KY are Sole Agents for Eastern Kcntudtt JL IV carry a largo sup for KERRS ROLLER and their answcis 5 cents u Hue Payable question that the killing was not only inhu- ed in the runs mado by the nazel Greens T man but utterly devoid of excuse invariably in advance wneat igxiraci wimti rKAmratentioiier one giving them 24 and the other only 23 ply ot the loiiowing Dranus IKUirKCTioN Roller Family Glouk Superfine upon whicto wv The accused without warning cruelly MAONOiaiA Roller Faucy Suvrn La Kit lifting a avt ujiuii v Av nnrtm ltlll lw ntifnwlil 1ltn 4lirf On comparing the tally sheets kept by theso Subscription Hook until paid for shot dowu deceased when he was Green or Rothwell Station a6 Gm performing two gentlemen the difference appears in tho they will quote prices and deliver at nazel and all subscriptions are stopped at expira neighborly nnd kindly acts for him tion of time paid for notice of which will fifth innings iu which J H Davis is creditLACY CREEK on the Drunkenness that by far the most fruitbe indicated by a cross mark in front of your name A prompt ful source of crime in our State was the ed with one score on one sheet nnd none on margin CO Oct 3 Your correspondent has been at the other The tally sheets show that on renewal only will insure its continuance cause of it The wisdom of the common tending a series of meetings held at tho A SPENCER COOPER WHOLESALE DEALERS IN law held this to be no excuse Our statute the fifth innings Frank Tyler was first at bat and made a run Davis was next iu reg- F Johnson school house beginning Oct 1st makes it un offense nnd one crime should conducted by Rev J T Pieratt Notice of GARRISON HE SELLS CHEAP not privilege another Intoxication often ular order W T Swango comes next aud these meetings were circulated for weeks in both scorers credit him with a run Smallcy indeedusually excites the homicidal passions advance and all were were eager to attend HARDWARE QUEENSWARE and mnkes one hostis humani generis an and Charley Swango came next and were put out next followed Rolllu Knsli and them enemy of the human rnce aud if it could STOVES Services at 3 oclock r m were opened by scored a run next came E Lacy itnd James serve to excuse or mitigate a greater offense CUTLERY TINWARE Swango the latter being put out Now as singing Brother Picratts preaching is of a AND it would be a shelter for the bad element in MASONIC TKMIIE popular cast His first aim was to organize MT STERLING KY society and an invitation to the commission two players who batted after Davis made juGly a run each he couldnt have been left on a prayer meeting every Thursday night at of crime fcueh a rule would endanger the buse and as he was not put out ho most this place and talking to the little boys and very existence of the social fabric and is AND certainly made a run which was inadvert- girls which he did by preaching lrom tho forbidden by every consideration of public 14th chapter and 15th verse of Exodus ently omitted by one of the scorers THIBD SAOB UNION BTBEET3 i Look out for the Red X Cross on your policy Cotuipcl earnestly urijes two reasons The following table will show the runs With his marked ability he told of tho goodyour tune is up and for n reversal of iinor It denotes that the sentence first that the scored by each ness of God and tho many things Jesus has player unless renewed at once the paper will stop accused was not allowed to prove the condi coming taught us nGly IIVZKL GuiKNS 123456789 tion of his mind at the time of the killing J 11 Davis p Services again at 730 p M Talk from 0 110 0 10 11 Charly Day collecting for the Range Co and second because the court not only did W T Swango c P FANT 10 0 10 0 0 the Cth chapter and 2d verse of Ephesinns was in town last week a guest of the Day not inform the jury why evidence of drunk J E Smalley 1st b 10 0 0 0 0 0 1 13 From this texthe showed much zeal for tho JAMES WITH THE Chas 000001 0 00 House enness was admitted aud failed to define 1L A Swnngo s a cause mixed perhaps with n Great Masters 0 0 1 I 0 0 0 Kushttd b S R Townsend representing a Chilli manslaughter to them but virtually told II MeClniiijC f 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 I spice of earthly ambition among his cotem 0 0 10 0 0 0 1 cothe O hat house was in town several them that they must convict the accused of K Lucy 3d b 1 OK- porarics and brethren prompted him to Jus Kmuigo f 00 0 000111 either murder or manslaughter aud yet in davs this week seek popularity and win the popular favor 0 110 110 another instruction said to them if he did F Tyler r f S Sunday morning your correspondent did not Toney Strothcr of Menefec county is here not know that the act was wrong or did not 3 2 4 I 4 1 2 G 1 24 attend was called on a mission of his own Totals DKALKRS IN building the chimneys for John M Roses have sufficient will power to refrain from EZKIS 123456780 Sermon at 3 oclock r M Brother Pieratt new residence doing it then they should acquit him upon T E Johnson 3d b 0 10 0 10 2 0 ascended the stand and with a resplendent M F Dennis p 110 0 0 0 10 the ground of insanity emphusis of voice pointed out a hymn that W S Kash c Taylor Caskeys father and mother spent 11100 0 0 10 Corner Pearl and Vine Without having the witness detail the S Niekell r f the whole assembled multitude could recite 110 0 10 10 Sunday with him and his wife aud left for words acts and behavioi of the accused R Fields 1st b 0 0 0 10 10 and everybody joined In the singing From home Monday morning 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 f CINCINNATI O she wns asked by his counsel whether at the Thos Lykins tha 15th chapter and 18th verse of Luke he Clias Gipsoii 2d b 01 0 0 1 0 0 0 bushels of time or just before the killing he hud mind S Hensley c f Wanted lavish to buy 200 told of his experience his toils nnd travels Will always be found ready to attend to tho 0 0 0 10 0 10 0 0 0 0 10 10 Pieratt canucl coal for which I will pay enough to know right from wrong and suf- F Burton s s while working in his Masters vineyard and wants of the patrons of tho house Thankful for past patronage you are irfvited to ficient will power to control his actions twenty one 21 cents per bushel delivered at itc seen in hope aud in peace call how the city Totals 35110 080 1 25 Thenmany had the short timo remaining Jim and seo uh whentoinput on hisnnd Undo This evidence upon the facts of this case IIussku W Tabok llothwell station he spoke of Fnut promises best good NOTES was properly rejected It is evident if his looks whemwaiting upon you n0 Cm for him to travel and preach on earth C Hcrndon of Hazel Green umpired Louisville on mind was affected that it was the result of II Hon W O Mize left for Services again at 730 l M After singing Monday morning to represent Wolfe county his temporary intoxication There is not the game Mat G H Dean Kite Pollard Charley Swango hadnt recovered from nnd reading from the 5th chapter of at the Indurtrial and Commercial Conference even a pretext thut he was insane It clear thew he preached from the 2d chapter and Tuesday ly appears mat ne wa3 not out mat Jus the effects of the hard playing with Salyerwhich convened at that place last Importers and Wholesale Dealers in 9th verse of 2d Fetor Subject The Lord condition arose from his then voluntary ville team and soon became so lnmc that knoweth how to deliver tho godly While traveling drunkenness Not only was the Ollic Rickart the gentlemanly testimony he couldnt ruiiy aud consequently made a speaker was telling of the unsearchable Co Mt Sterman for Chiles Thompson inadmissible but the accused was bad showing When in good trim Charley the therefore riches aud mercies of u crucified Redeemer showing sam not entitled to an instuction as to ling was in town last Friday insanity is one of the best players in the Hazel Green he paused to dash the moisture from his ples and sending in orders from our mer- and none should have been given Nor team own eyes He saw the audience dissolved chants Taylor Johnson said that he was captain would it have been proper to have singled in tears of penitence and ns they crowded who ont from the evidence one fact of drunken- and had a right to holler C 11 and Roy Smith of Millersburg around him they seemingly caught the in Time about is fair play Hazel Green nnd have been visiting at Salyerville for some- ness and told the jury why and for what fluence of his speech until all seemed over purpose they were allowed to hear evidence Ezel are now even time were guests of the Day House at this whelmed in tiruycr Then Brother Pieratt boys got excited and said place last Monday night They were en as to it Such testimony is competent not 41 One of the Ezel m called on everybody to shako hands and i m I Li IV Ullljllli because intoxication per se either excuses il u Willi II II VJ lllg r route home did so with the highest excitement of Northwest corner Pearl antV The game must have been dry to Smallcy they or mitigates crime but because in connection visiting with other facts an absence of malice may as he had to stop a mile from town to get u social feelings Whilo the assembly were Walnut Streets Miss Ellen McGuire who has been interchanging greetings he continued telling the family of J Taylor Day for sometime appear A deliberate intent to take life is drink of water them of tho approaching solemnities that in company of Rev Hrucc Trimble left for an essential clement ot murder Thero was considerable kicking over After a collection of nflCnr were waiting for them where she will Mt Sterling on Friday last Drunkeuness as a fact may therefore be some of the umpires decisions but it wns nine dollars was made up for Brother Piebe the guest of J G Trimble and family proven ns bearing upon its existence or non- more for the fun of the thing than from any ratt he pronounced tho benediction The existence It is not admissible upon the other cause i RICHARD HANKS CO SroiiK meeting still continues Taylor Ringo of the Roth well Hazel Green There is some talk of arranging another ground that it iu and of itself excuses or arc now doing hack line tells us the hacks mitigates the crime because one offense can game to be played at Maytown in the near Average School Report Class A a good business and that the firm of Taylor not justify or palliate another bnt because future grade Lizzie Tipton 05 1 7 Clarenco Day DO to bring parties from A Ringo are prepared Some think that the reorganization of Rebecca Thompson 91 1 5 Tcnuie Brooks 01 RotWell to this place in comfort and at under the circumstances of the case it may tend to show that the less and not the great- the Hazel Green nine had something to do Mnttic Hampton 93J4 Arberry Brooks 91 little expense er oflcnse was commitcd It may be said with their defeat Lizzie Crucy 93 Sallie Cruey 93 Class II Jane Hatfield tt Maud Day 90 announce thut Sam Henry that to allow it to be proven and yet deny We regret to Rev L B Chancy preached at the Presweek stricken with paraly that under the law it cither excuses or miti Clarence Remy OVA Basil Hatfiold 90 Bobt Taulbee was last byterian Church in this place on Tuesday Brooks 1X5 Clara Remy 03 J4 since been in a preca gntes the offense involves an absurdity Jefferson Cruey sis aud that he has brother Dr John A Not at all It is a sufficient reply to it to and Wednesday nights of this week He 92 Jimmie Osbnnt 94 7iou condition His left on Thursday morning for Bethsalcm Class C Nora Cruey 98 Alexia Day 97 Taulbee of Breathitt is attending him and say mat in some cases lueoucnuer nuiiougn and will go from there to Breathitt where Oscar Osbnrn 05 Nannie Hampton 95 Nina all that medical skill sug- intoxicated may be guilty of murder which doing for home in others he may bo guilty of manslaughter appointments have been made for him He Cruey 90 Sarah Ed Jimmie Tipton 90 gests The questiou depends upon all the cir- will preach here again on Friday night next wards 93M Monty Cruey 91 Mary Lou John Patrick DickOncy and a man whose cumstances of the case and in connection and all are invited to hear him He is a n6l7 Remy 91 Edwnid Thomas Tipton 88 name we did not learn passed through town with them evidence as to the condition of native Kentuekian and during last year Oncy 89 John Hampton 93HJ last Monday en route to Louisville to tcsti the accused at the time of the killing wheth- he was in the drouth stricken section of Class E Gallic Oney 95 Frank Osborn fy for the Commonwealth against James er intoxicated or not should be permitted to Texas Hear him when he again preaches 95 Jefferson Gibbs 90 Bells McGran 90 Pally who will havo his trial in the U S go to the jury as bearing upon the question Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Rev A F ErrA of this place preached at Monroe Wallcn 90 Wallace Taylor 87 Laura Court at Louisville aud who is charged of malice Mrs Maooik Fallen Wilson tl the Ward school house in Morgan county with violation of the revenue law In this case the jory were in substance last Saturday afternoon and night nnd ngain Boys Teacher will play the Sal told they should find the accused guilty of on Sunday morning nnd afternoon Large Daysborough Sept 30th 1887 The Hazel Green nine yervillcs a match game of ball on Saturday murder if the killing was attended with eognrcgations greeted him on ench occasion The citizens of West Liberty now have iV Oct 15th Our nine should be mode up of deliberate malice but of manslaughter only and on Sunday the house being too small to chance to have their feather beds renovated the best material at hand and the captain if done without malice accommodate the crowd services were held It is uot pretended that it was accidental in the grove adjacent Tho people were and if they aro wise they will havo it done should select them without regard to the If it were tho well pleased with his preaching and request Wherever a bed ha1 been used in sickness wishes of any one if snecess is to be at- or done in selfdcfense it retains the disease and its occupants aro tained It dont pay to curry favoriteism in testimony shows otherwise and under the that he again favor them with his presence liable to the infection Ncnrly every family circumstances of the case there was no whenever convenient eulling out for a close contest Vine Street here had lieds renovated- and they are all escape from a conviction for cither murder pleased with the work Mr Smalley the the regular appointment or manslaughter aud the distinction between Sunday lastbeing Uncle Silas Ratliffe and wife last week Rev W T Eklar who was returned to the the two was sufficiently and properly indicat sent U3 seven sweet potatoes which aro as proprietor will render satisfaction in every Hazel Green charge by Conference filled cuted to the jury nice as any we have icen This is the old instance nnd for the sake of health our Ufa and the est couple in this county the old man being friends over- thero should give him a very the pulpit nml preached im interesting ser The protection of hnmon mon on repentance Mr Eklar has many public peace and safety dictate an adherence ninety eight years of age and the old woman liberal patronage warm personal friends in all the churches to the rule above indicated and the views but a few years younger but notwithstandAll persons wanting blacksmithing of tmyr Miss Sarah Edwnrtla daughter of Wash wngons d tf this place and many also who aro not herein expressed iu support of It are sus ing their age they aro active Tho husband Edwards of tho coifnty box so far sent us or all kinds wogons mnde or repaired JMg plows stocked cutting church denomination tained by the case of Shananhan vs The raises garden stuff and tho wife comes to the finest sweet potato seen this sejison associated with any and colter tnruiftg plows repaired plows made all of whom hope to see him prosper in hia Commonwealth 8 bush 101 to which wo town every week with tho washings which has our thanks for samo And laid hoes mattocks aid- homes hoM In tho best style call on work and personally her daughter does for people of JIm place adhere Judgment nifirmtd TYLElt IAVIS Itazol Green Ky Next Wedneaduy is tho stock sale day at Henry F Pieratt of this place has ac Wanted We wish to purchase from 100 to this place but an ir Tohu Will Taulbee the gentlemanly thero docs not seem to bo can llvo at home nnd make vaotfH Cox In the a ichool luperintcudent for RretUhltt county ceptedat positionLiberty store of W W upon 250 bushel of corn in tho car for which much dtmand for stock of any kind there more money at work form thin and entered West A Co was In town Friday lost aud garo this office tho discharge of his duties last monday cash will be paid The lowest and beat bid- will probably ho but little on tho Anything else in the Trorld CaplUH market not needed you are started free Both a a pleasant call He report the schools of der will secure the contract Corn in to bo all agei Any one eaa do the work O N Candler ofRousieau who has been delivered Orfeed his county In a lhurUhlng condition and Leave Bids at at Hnzd sVA1iv and CTeryUiIng that enn be exe Urge vHrnlagt sare fittm rst stark Cetly a sojourner among u for the past few weekfj TDK ho Intends to devoto h time to their recuperating left for home Wednesday and Tabor Rimoo cuted with mow type f rat claw presie and HiKJU and ten frw Jfetttr Herald office t W fine paper Iu the hands of skilled raeehan While here he left was neeompttulcd by Floyd Day farther Improvement WM78uriMlilri4 nMyon ar J W Cravens of Shafykhurg wai here lc maybe had at this office at leMthaii RfiiMUi t if wl notchendlngs and en an order tor print yi will iU r In Etutern Mrrf Samuel Stratum of Stillwater whose thin week and will probably locate Co fwrtlM Ms If so city price to It will pay any man THK IlKR atenee H Mopes which above all else demonstrate illncin wui reported In theso column a avr Kentucky pet his priHtiHK at ho will engago in tho furniture pndcrtakiNg 4 hi his fitne for tho position h holds in weeks ulnce f not Improving and tit prei alii ofice HtHd Ut tUmHte Rd sUta nndUwUteJia lmlw putetlywtatt yyn want viilltc In erlUcal coHtiltloH tJfcU low he Ii prgrilv HBlERALD Smith P Kerr Crmds of Â¬ IMBHBHiBiU m Itlmt IkimfSKSMaSmmmtmm MmmqmBHmBmmsmm mrWUBBllBUIHBUdHEM 93 v - 3 Grain Feed cr Vi i Â¬ Â¬ yCuarantee Satlsfac times at Â¬ Â¬ J -- UJtl MILL-FLOUR-au- T Â¬ X Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LOUIS STIX 94 Â¬ 6068IL HERE THERE Â¬ NOTIONS Cincinnati H Â¬ 05 02 Â¬ 02 02 02 05 00 03 vi Old Reliable Hat Holism DICKINSON C0 W 1 15 03 01 04 02 01 02 02 02 Gloves Umbrellas Etc0 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Queensware Glassware Lamps c H Â¬ Â¬ Decorated Dinner Tea and Chamber Ware CINCINNATI IV Â¬ Â¬ WHOLESALE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GR0CER3 No 29 Vine Street Â¬ Â¬ CINCINNATI Â¬ Abe Bloch Mens Youths Co Childrens and in Â¬ CLOTHING Cincinnati O iti - 133 Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ NOTICE - Â¬ Ijuk--gie- a r Â¬ Â¬ t M tr Haijtt - U qtfeWfcfc Mr Mb s w r w w yJjP tmWriLpjiaK 1 isi- - sm wftiw KNM T tu M nf Ji P WOMM HorPooItJon In the World Hlfhor Than Mans And Braver Than lie Wlieu True Co urn fro In Required Kormon by Jtev T Ie Witt Talraage ivr if LAS soore quoens Bo Solomon by ono stroko set forth the lraporlal charactor of a truo Christian woman Bho is not a sluvo not a hlro Hng not a subordinate but a quoon and In my toxt Solomon sues sixty of thoso helping to mako up tho royal pngoant of Joaus In a former sorraon I showed you at Homo longth that womans position was highor in tho world than mans and that although alio had often boon Uoniod tho right of suffrage sho always did voto and always would voto by her infiuonco and that hor ohlof doslro ought to bo thnt sho should havo graco rightly to rulo in tho dominion which she has already won I bogan an enumeration of some of her rights and this morning I rosumo tho subjoot In tho flrRt place woman has tho special and tho suporlatlvo right not again going baolc to what I havo alrondy said woman has tho special and suporlatlvo right of blessing and comforting the sick What land what street what house has not folt tho smltings of dlsonsol Tens of thousands of Bick bods What shall wo do with thotn Shall man with his rough hand and clumsy foot go stumbling around tho sick room trying to sootho tho distracted norvos and alloviato tho pains of tho tossing patient Tho young man at college may scoff nt tho idea of being uu dor maternal influences but at tho llrst blast of tho typhoid fever on his cheole ho says Where is mother Walter Scott wroto partly in satiro and partly in com pliiuont whun ho snid Oh womnn in oar hours of oaio Uncortaln coy and hard to plrnso Whan pain and nngulHh wring tho brow A uiinlBtoritif nngul thou I think the most pathetic passago in all ho Blblo is tho description of tho lad who wont out to tho harvest Hold of Shuncm and got sun struck throwing his hands on his tomplos and crying out Oh my hoadi my head I and they said Tan Hamptons v Rev T DoWitt Talmagoa toxt to da was from Solomons Song Chapter vl 8 Thoro nro three Eft F 4i ir If r te 5 1 - S5 t ifc WW dM Carry him to his mother And thon tho rocord is Uo sat on hor knees till noon and thon died It is un awful thing to bo ill away from homo In a strango holol once in a whilomou coming in to look at you holding their hand ovor tholr mouth for foar tlioy will catch tho contagion How roughly they turn you in bod How loudly thoy talk How you long fortho mlnlstorios of homo I know ono auoh who went away from ono of tho brightest of homos for sovoral wooks busluoss absonco at tho West A telegram cumo at midnight that ho wns on his death bod far away from homo Uy nxpross train tho wlfo and daughters wont West Â¬ ward but thoy wont too late Ho feared not to die but ho was in agony to Hvo until his family got thoro Ho tried to bribo tho doctor to mako him Hvo a little whllo lon- Â¬ ger Ho mld I am willing to dlo but not alono Hut tho pulses lluttorod tho Oyos closed and tho heart stoppod Tho oxproBs trains mot in tho midnight wife nnd daughters going Westward lifoloss remains of luiHband nnd fatltor coining Kautwnrd Oh it was Had pitiful ovor Vvholming speotaclo Whon wo nro sick wo want to bo sick at homo Whon tho timo comos for us to dio wo wnnt to die at home Tho room mny bo very humble nnd tho faces that look into ours may bo vory plajnbut whoenrcs for that Loving hands to bntho tho temples Loving voices to Bpoalc good eheor Loving lips to read tho comforting promises of Jesus In our last dreadful war ition cast tho cannon men fashioned tho musketry men cried to Uio hosts Forward march mon hurled their battalions on tho sharp edges of tho nnomy crying Chargo chargo but Woman scrnpod tho lint woman administered tho cordials woman watched by tho dying couch woman wroto tho Inst Inossngo to tho homo circle woman wept ut tho solitary burial attended by horsolf nud fourmon with a spado Wo grootod tho Gondrals homo with brass bands and triumphal arohos and wild huzzas but tho story is too good to bo written auy whore save in tho chronicles of Heaven of Mrs lirndy who oamo down among tho sick in tho swamps of tho Chickahominy of Annlo Ross in tho cooper shop hospital or Margaret Hrookonrldgo who camo to mon who had boon for weeks with tholr wounds undressed somo of thorn frozen to tho ground nnd whon sho tumod them ovor thoso that had an arm loft waved it and llllod tho air with tholr of Mrs Hodgo who hurrah ciuno from Chicago with blnnkots and With pillows until tho mon shouted Throa choors for tho Christian CommisGod bless tho women nt homo sion then Bitting down to tnko tho last mos sogo Toll my wlfo not to fret about mo but to moot mo In Heaven toll hor to train up tho boys whom wo hnvo loved so well toll hor wo shall moot again In tho good land toll her to boar my loss like tho Christian wlfo of a Christian soldier and of Mrs Bhelton Into whoso face tho convalescent soldier looked nud said Your grapos and cologno cured mo Mon did their work with shot and shell and carblno and howttior wo mon did their work with socks and slippers nnd bandages and warm drinks and Script mo texts and gentlo stroking of tho hot torn ploe and stories of that land whoro thoy never have any pain Mon kuolt down On which over the wounded and said Women knelt down akle did you flghtl over the wounded and said Where are yN hurt Wlut nloe thing can I make for yeuteeatt What makes you cry To tight while we men are sound asleep in beds thera will be a light la yonder bftt tlHwre will be groaning dewn that ttok alley t Uww will We cries ef distress lkAtfttor Me wlU ilap ats wmmii I J I Â¬ 1 Â¬ Again roman has a suporlatlvo right to tako caro of tho poor Thoro nro huudrods and thousands of thorn all over the land Thoro is a kind of work thnt mon can not do for tho poor Hero comes a group of llttlo bare foot children tt tho door of tho Dorcas Society Thoy need to be clothed and provided for Which of thoso direc- Â¬ tors of banks would know how many yards it would tako to mako that llttlo girl a dross Which of these mascullno hands could lit a hat to that llttlo girls head Which of tho wiso men would know how to tio on that new pair of shoes Man gives his charity in u sometimes rough way and it falls like the fruit of a troo in tho East which fruit comes down so heavily that it breaks tho skull of tho man who Is trying to gather it Rut womnn glides so softly into tho houso of destitution and tinds out all tho sorrows of tho place and puts so quietly tho donation on the tnblo that all tho family comes out on tho front stops ns sho departs expecting that from under hor shawl sho will thrust out two wings nnd go right up toward Heavon from whonco sho seems to havo como down O Christian young woman if you would mako yoursolf happy und win tho blessing of Christ go out among the destitute A loaf of broad or a bnndlo of socks may mako a homoly load to carry but tho angols of God will como out to watch and tho Lord Almighty will give His mes scngor hosts n ehurge saying Look after that woman Canopy her with your wings and shelter her from all harm and whllo you are Routed in the houso of destitution and suffering tho llttlo ones Who Is around tho room will whispor sho Aint sho boautifulf and if you will listen right sharply you will hear dripping down through tho leaky roof and rolling over tho rotten stairs tho angel chant that shook Hethlc horn Glory to God in tho highest and on earth peace good will to men Can you tell me why a Christian woman going down among tho haunts of iniquity on a Christian errand never I stood in tho moots with any indignity chapol of Helen Chalmers tho daughter of tho celebrated Dr Chalmers in the most abandoned part of tho city of Edinburgh and 1 said to hor as I looked around upon tho fearful surroundings of that Do you como hero nights to hold placo O yes Can it bo servicosi she said possible that you never meet with an insult while performing this Christian orrandi Never sho said never That young woman who has her fathor by hor sido walking down tho street an armed police at each corner is not so well dofonded as that Christian wo- Â¬ man who goes forth on Gospel work into tho haunts of iniquity carrying tho Itiblos Sod witli tho red right arm and bread of His wratli omnipotent would tear to piecos any ono who should offer indignity Uo would smite him with lightnings and drown him with floods and swallow him with earthquakes and damn him Some ono with eternal indignations I dislike very much to see that said Christian woman teaching thoso bad boys in tho Mission School I am afraid to have hor Instruct thorn So said Said tho another man I am afraid too I am afraid thoy will uso vllo lirst language beforo they loavo tho place J am not Ah said tho othor man afraid of that What I am afraid of is that If any ol thoso boys should uso a bad word in thnt prcsniico tho other hoys would tear him to pieces and kill him on tho spot That woman is tho best shel tered who is sheltered by tho Lord God Almighty nud you need never fear going any where God tolls you to go It seems us If the Lord had ordained woman for an especial work in the solicitation of chnritios Hacked up by barrels in which there is no flour and by stoves in which thoro is no lire and by wardrobes In which thero are no clothes a woman is Irroslstible passing on her errand God says to her You go into that bank or storo or shop nnd get tho money Sho goes in and gots it Tho mini Is hard fisted but she cots it She could not help but got it It is decreed from eternity sho should get it No need of your turning your ban- - nnd protending you dont hear you do hoar Thero Is no need your say Â¬ ing you are begged to death Thoro is no need of your wastine your time and vou might as woll submit llrst You had better right away tnko ns last down your check book mark tho number of tho check fill up tho blank sign your nnmo nud hand It o hor Thero is no need of wasting time Thoso poor people on tho back street hnvo boon hungry long enough That sick mnn must hnvo some farina Thnt consumptive must have somothlng to enso his cough I moot this delogato of a relief society coming out of tho storo of such a liard ilsted man and 1 say Did you got tho money Of course sho says I got the mouoy thats what I wont for The Lord told mo to go in nnd got it and Ho never sonds mo on a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ er havo to toll you thnt It Is n wo mans spoclfic right to comfort undor tho stressor diro disaster Sho is called tho weaker vessel but all profane us well as sacred history attests that when tho crisis comos sho is bettor prepared than mnn to How often you hnvo moot tho emergency soon a woman who seemed to bo a disciplo of frivolity and indolcnco who under ono stroko of calamity changed to a heroine Oh what a great mistako thoso business mon mako who nover tell their business troublos to their wives Thoro comos somo gront loss to their store or somo of their companions in busi ness piny them a sad trick and thoy carry tho burden all alono Ho is nsked In tho household again nnd again What Is tho matter but ho be lieves it a sort of Christian duty to keep ail that troublo within his own soul Oh sir your tlrst duty wub to toll your wlfo all about It Sho porhups might wot havo disentangled your finance or ox tended your credit but sho would hnvo helped you to hour misfortune You have no right to carry on oho shoulder tbat which la Intended for two There arobunU mass men here whs know what 1 moan There came a orlU In your affairs You Uuvgl4 Wmvtlj ad Iwgt but Again I fools errand band I A man was dying nnd he said to his wifo Rebecca you wouldnt let me havo family prayers and you laughed about all that and you got mo away Into worldh ness nnd now 1 am going to die and my fate Is sealod und you nro the cause of my whoro as much bravery and courago are demanded of women ns wns exhibited by Graco Darling or Mario Antoinette or Joan of Arc Again I remark it is womans right to bring us to tho kingdom of Heaven It is easier for a woman to bo a Christian than for a man Why You say sho is weaker No Her heart Is moro responsivo to tho pleadings of Divine love She is in vast majority Tho fact that sho can moro eas I can prove ily become a Christian by tho statement thut throe fourths of tho members of tho churches in all Christendom nro women So God appoints thorn to bo tho chief agencies for bringing this world back to God I may stand hero and say tho soul Is immortal Thoro is a man who will refute It I may stand hero and say we aro lost and midouo without Christ Thoro is a man who will refute it I may stand here und say thoro will bo a judgment day after awhile Yonder is some one who will rofnte it But a Chris tian woman in a Christian household living iu the faith and the consistency of Christs Gospel nobody can refute that The greatest sormons are not preached on celebrated platforms they aro preached with an audienco of two or throe and in private homo life A con- Â¬ sistent consecrated Christian service is nn unanswerable demonstration of Gods truth Asailorcamo slippingdown tho rat lino ono night as though something hnd happened and tho sailors cried Whats Ho snid My mothers tho matter prayers haunt mo like a ghost Homo influences consecrated Christian homo influences aro tho mightiest of all in fluences upon tho soul Thero are men hero to day who nave maintained their In- Â¬ tegrity not because thoro wore homo in Â¬ fluences praying for them all tho time Thoy got a good start They wero launched on tho world with the benedictions of a Christian mother They may track Sibe Â¬ rian snows thoy may plungo m African jungles they may fly to tho earths end they can not go so far and so fast but tho prayers will keep up with them I stand beforo women to day who have tho eternal salvation of their husbands In their right hand On the murringo day you look nn oath before mon and angels that you would bo faithful and kind until death did you part and 1 believe you are going to keep that oath but after that parting at the door of the grave will it bo an oternal separation f Is thoro any such thing as an immortal mar riage making tho fiowors that grow on tho top of tho sepulcher brighter than tho garlands which at tho marrlago banquet Hooded tho air with arms Yes I stand horo ns a priest of tho most high God to proclaim the bans of nn immortal union for all thoso who join hands in tho gruco of Christ O woman is your hus band your father your son away from God The Lord demands their redemption at your hands There aro prayers for you to offer thero aro exhortations for you to give there aro examples for you to sot and I say now ns Paul said to tho Corinth ian woman What knowest thou O womnn but thou cunst savo thy hus Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mopylae in your own household whoro God will toll you to stand Thero are scores and hundreds of households to day opportunity My sister you nood not wait for any such time A crisis will como in your affairs There will be a TherÂ¬ awhllo thero camo a day whon you said Hero I shall hnvo to stopand you oallod In your partnorsnndyou jailed in the most prominent men in your employ and you Wo havo got to stop Bald You left the storo suddenly You could hardly mako up your mind to pass through tho 9treot and ovor the ferry boat You folt every body would bo looking at you nnd blaming you and denouncing you You hastened home You told your wifo all about tho affair What did sho say Did sho play tho butterfly Did sho talk about tho silks nnd ribbons and tho fashions No Sho enmo up to the emergency Sho quailed not under tho stroke Sho helped you to begin to plan right away Sho offered to go out of the com- Â¬ fortable houso into a smaller one and wear the old cloak another winter She was ono who understood your affairs with- Â¬ out blaming you You looked upon what you thought was a thin wonlc womans arm holding you up but while you looked at that arm thero cume Into tho feoblo muscles of it tho strength of tho oternal God No chiding No frotting No tolling you about tho beautiful houso of hor father from which you brought her ton twenty or thirty years ago You said Woll this is tho happiest day of my life I am glad I havo got from under my bur don My wife dont care I dont care At tho moment you wero utterly exhausted God sont u Deborah to meet tho host of tho Amalckitos und scatter them like chaff over tho plain Thero aro some times women who sit reading sentimental novels und who wish that thoy had somo grand floUl in whicli to display their Christian powers Oh what grand and glorious tilings thoy could do if thoy only had an Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nership on equ 1 tonus with equal gi on both aidos Women no longer feci bound to rondor that implicit obedlcnco which was considered de rigwur In our great grandmothers day and men no longer uni- Â¬ versally demand it Husbands moreover aro beginning to loam that their prime duty Is not to look after tholr wives Tho very sentenco is indictativo of tho most ghastly misapprehension of the whole ideal of mat- Â¬ rimony Tho general feeling of Bociety condemns a mnn wiio lives to rule his wife on the same principles ns a Pasha rules his harom And indeed tho whole suhome of modern life makes it practically imposHihio for him to do ho A married woman en- Â¬ joys as a rulo complete liberty dur Â¬ ing tho lifelong day and even at night it is frequent impossible for a busy man to escort his wife Thus every thing turns on the relations between tha married couple If a girl Is really in lovo with the man sho marries she may bo trust- Â¬ ed with any amount of subsequent frocdom If not not and therefore we say that tha injudi lous and worldly parents whb are ro- HMMllulllIn fnr tli rrrfif mn wirlf v tf III iuurirf ed unions arc also responsible for tho many evil results which aro to lie seen iu duty at this day For It Is a fact that rows of English girls aro ns much forced into mar riago as tho Ficnch girl whoso husband fJ selected while she is yet In her convent Not by main force no but by the whole tone of her education by tho exaggerated tear of being an old maid by tho obvious necessity of muking way for a younger sister by tho persistent scheming of her parents nnd hv her own lon rlwr for oinancl patlon For marriage undoubtedly doe mean emancipation to most womon unit iii in irfiuHdjy wiumo wno loon lurwuru to it most who are likoly to icaku the worat uso of it Pall Jw Gazette Â¬ SCHOOL AND CHURCH Good resolutions may pavo the in Â¬ fernal realms if not carried into effocl in Hoavon tho mother of Augustine in in life Heavon tho Countess of Huntington -- Though God msiy seem to frown in who sold her aplondid jewels to build chapols In Heaven while a great his providences yet ho always smiles many others who hnvo never bcon hoard in his promises of on earth or knowu but little havo gono New Jerseys State Prison hold3 into tho rest and pcuco of Heavon What 800 convicts of whom 140 can neither a rest What a chango It was from tho A night school 1ms small room with no flro and ono window rend nor write the glass broken out and tho aching sido been oponcd to bo in session two hoiica and worn out 0303 to tho houso of many eacli evening- No more stitching until mansions i The lhariscp thought it such a fino twolvo oclock at night no more thrusting tiling to be good that God did not like of tho thumb by tho employer through tho him nearly so woll as tho other who work to show that it was not done qulto right Plenty of broad at last Heaven thought it a sad thing to bo bad for aching hoads Heaven for brokon Macdonald The General synod of tho Cml 13 hearts Heavon for anguish bitten frames No moro sitting up until midnight for Fralrum Moravian Church has boon tho coming of staggering steps No moro called to meet at Ilcrnnliut Saxony in rough blows across tho temples No moro 1889 The General Synod meets onco sharp kcon bitter curses Some of you in ten or twelve years will havo no rest in this world It will bo It would be hard to find a simpler toil and struggle nud suffering nil tho way up You will havo to stand at your or more comprehensive definition of door lighting back tho wolf with your own religion than this of Prof Dnun hand rod with enrnage But God has monds The whole of religion is crown for you I want to roulizo this morn summed up iu coming to Christ and ing that Ho is now making it and whon- - staying with Him lpiir Hit sntrt nnnrhnr von wnnn ivor In Spain D0000 bolls send forth gem in thnt crown whenever you havo a pang of body or soul Ho puts another gem their summons to pravers from tho in that crown until aftor a while in all steeples of 21000 churches Tho weight tho tiara there will bo no room for unothoi of these bells amounts to something splendor and God will say to his angel ike 95000 000 of Spanish pounds and The crowu is done lot hor up that sho the valuo about 10000000 francs may wear it And as the Lord of We heard of a case of real distress Rightcousnoss puts the crown upon your The collec- Â¬ Who is that happened in church brow angel will cry to angel I will tell tion was being taken up and ono lady she and Christ will say you who sho is She is tho ono that came in anguish whispered to another up out of great tribulation and had hor What shall 1 do 1 have uo chango robo washed and made white in the blood loss than a ten cent piece Guilds of tho Lamb Kalcmlar There arc now twenty seven ves Â¬ CONCERNING MARRIAGE sels engaged in missionary work in Why It 1h Sn Longer nn Kntlroly One different parts of the world under tho Sldml Itiii julii auspices of sixteen societies of thoso Marringe Is Btlll only too often n bargain but at loaxt It Is no lmiijir an entirely onn missionary vessels sixteen aro running sidnd bargain It is nding toward the only on the coasts or rivers of Africa aim true ideal of Ufohn companionship a part- Â¬ six among the islands of the Pacilio what a multitude of womon lu Heavon Mary Christs mothor In Hoavon Eliza both Fry in Heaven Charlotte Elizaboth -- of Christ finally to roach Hoavon Oh -- fl 11 J 1 t- Ocean freedom allowed children and in 1851 a kindergarten established by his nephew was closed by tho Prussian Government Philadelphia Press It may lie noted as a cheerful indi- Â¬ cation of the signs of the times and of the progress of the truth that tho Japanese Gazette concedes the early overthrow of Buddhism beforo tho di- Â¬ vine forces of Christ ianit It con- Â¬ fesses that the two can not exist at tho same time and in the samo countty and that Japan 111113 as WJH eoncludo to copt the situation nnd march for- waru ami upward it will no well for her if in the chango and under com petent Protestant advisers sho avoided 1111113 of their mistakes Interior m m triedrieh Froobol founded tli6 llrst kindergarten at Ulackenburg Tlmr ingia iu 187 It became tho model for similar institutions iu 1111113 parts of Germany and other countries Tho name moans childs garden or childs school Froobels system was at lirst regarded as dangerous from tho great No Cause for Mourning J Tho work which can be dono by man is that which is required in the formation of a good noble Christian character For in doing this work ho daro not fail to perform woll tho duties to self to society nnd to God If ho rcfusos to attend to thoio duties in a propor way he can not hav3 the least hopo ot ever developing a worthy character bocauso they determine his relation to mnn and his Creator and mako ono what ho really is But In striving to porrorm thorn he must early learn that all Ills efforts will end in a sad failure if ho can not proporly control himself The more perfect control of solf tho moro perfect will bo tho soir support the nearer just and lawful will bo tho solf Â¬ greatest and most commonable life1 Suit Control Â¬ dcfeiibo Â¬ Â¬ soir culturo Tho more government ovor solf in tho social world tho moro morality tho greater tho ro- spect and low or our neighbor and tho sway and infiuonco ovor othors Tho moro solf control iu performing tho dutios to God the moro beautiful grand and sublime tho Christian character A bo 11 Ztehtel nearT will and tho moro comploto and wall ecd hungry looking in- Â¬ dividual recently entered an Austin restaurant and seated himself tifono of the tables A waiter appeared youth for his order Uoss dead observed tho man gazing in tenth at the table O no answered tho waiter Wife perhaps When docs tho funeral come oil Wife aint dead either One of the children mebbe Ah well life is short We are hero to da but where to morrow Children aro all well Then it must be some near rela- Â¬ tive None of the family are dead 110110 of them sick and no relatives havo passed away explained tho waiter There aint ejaculated the man turning fiercely around and pointing to the table cloth then WI13 in thunder dont you take in 30111 mourn Â¬ ing good- That table cloth is black enough for a funeral pall Texas Sifttnqs A Look Out for Them Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ftr O woman what knowest thou but ruin thou canst destroy thy husband Aro thero not some horo who havo kindly influences nt homo Are thoro not somo horo who havo wandered far away from God who can remoinbor tho Christian InfluDo not de ences in their early home spise thoso influences my brother If you dio without Christ what will you do with your mothers prayers with your wifes importunities with your Bisteri entreat ies What will you do with tho lottors they used to write to you with tho mem Â¬ ory of thoso days whon thoy attended you hi kindly In times of sickness Oh If tnoro bo just ono strand holding you from floating off on that dark sea I would just Iko this morning to tako hold of that strand and pull you to tho bench For tho sake of your wifes God for tho sake of In ovory thing bug well your mothers Jod for the sake of your This duy thut U It U good to a bgun with cheerful daughters God for tho sake of your U plrlt glvoi promise of hnppmett and mo ters God como this day and bo saved fulsm throughout 1iWfAf 1iulytiriaH I wish to say thut one of the spe m m cltf Ylxhtt of woman is tUrcusa the grtua sctvipU U th Nil er A tX Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ couisoof the year nnd with ninny whom I admire and llkn but what I fool dnily moro and more to need as lifo every year rises more and moro before me fn this true ro ality is to have Intercourse with thoe who tako llfo in earnest It is very painful to mo to bo always on tho surfneo of things and I feel that llteraturo science politics nnd many topics of far greater interest than nicra gossip or talking nbout tho woathor nro yet m thoy are generally talked about still upon tho surface they do not touch tho roal dpth of life It is not that I want much of whut is called religious conversa- Â¬ tion thut I believe In often on the surface like other conversations but I want a sign which ono catehoH as by a sort of Intuition that a man know n what ho is abont in Ufa whither tending In what caiuo outraged and whin I find thin ItFooms to open my heart a thoroughly nnd with as fresh a ympathy as whim I was twenty yuan younger IrwoM Tukj Illw In Kurncst I moot with a great many persons fn tho 4 lr 1 11 tatvi utM It is getting near the time when tho bogus agricultural papers begin to send out their circulars of lottery and otiier fraudulent schemes for deceiving tho unsuspecting and at tho samo timo offering to throw in a years subscrip Â¬ tion to tho periodical for a nominal sum Our postal authorities here in New York are so watchful that theso swindlers can not use tho malls Hith Â¬ erto the postal olllcials of other cities have seemingly not been ablo to suc- Â¬ cessfully cope with thorn and they havo carried on their operations with impunity notably in Chicago and Cin- Â¬ cinnati A few months since the post muster of Chicago Inaugurated a war upon these swindlers which lot u hope will be continued during tho coming winter and autumn Theso publishers of bogus agricultural papers which generally aro lusuod long enough to securo tho vlctlm1 money hnvo coined fortimos out of tho tuiHUrpeetlng by tliolr various puhomes mul it U timo that they worn hII of them julluil di icroari AjrivuH oi ri ij j 2 inj itrmiantf a J W wmmBfn i Mr - a Tt s r 3v vV iL fivi - U r o r TEMPERANCE THE TOPERS WIFES STORY secret TU toll you my wife Altogether tho incident may be noted as an indication that tho tidal wave of Temperanco is reaching all shores Chicago Inter Ocean THACKERAY ANECDOTES The Wit and Genuine Humor or the Great KiifflUh Novelist V i i When soon after our marriagoMr Brookliold introduced his early collogo OPINION OF A SCENTIST friend Mr Thackeray to mo ho Its the shurao of my children the loml of my Alcohol Not ii Stimulant That Stroncth lilc brought him ono day unexpectedly to cn li in u Nitrcotlo Which Itaiiumbn My htihband so kind so gentle unil good dine with us Thcro was fortunately Takes more of strong drink thim a prudent Prof lunge Professor of Physiolo- Â¬ a good man bliould gical Chcmistry at tho University of and shyplain dinner but I was young onough to feci embarrassed llasle Switzerland has latoly published because wo had no sweots and IIos a hard working man as any you llnd I And when ho doscat drink hos pnticnt and in pamphlet Do you feel dull languid low tplrlfced life-Â¬ form a lecture concerning privately sent my maid to tho nearest less and iuilcRcrlbuhly miserable both physi-Â¬ kind cally and montally cxporlonoe a Heme of He glres mo liU wages and stays home to rest alcohol from which wo extract thoso confectioners to buy a dish of tartlets fullncaa or bloatlmr after caUnp or of gon And makes us ull happy eontented and blest passages noaa or cmpiinesa of stomaou In tb nonu which I thought would give a linisli to U Hut husband will drink Im sorry to say lnff toiiffiio coated hitter or bad taste lm Among tho indications of paralysis our simple meal When they wero mouth irrcRiilar apnatlto diuslnee frequens which are usually interpreted as stim- Â¬ And ihun from his homo lie wanders away eyesight lloaUnp saw lor hcaUnohea placed before mc I timidly offered our is No tou may not understand why ayou wtu beforo tho blurrednervous prostrationapeekg Comes in late at night wlien the familys abed or ex eyes like a crank but If you look closo ulation must be included tho benumb Â¬ guest a small one saying Will you see that thoy uxe both off their tnoMuluth huustion irritability of temper hot flushes And 1U tho whole house with terror arid dread ing of the sense of fatigue It is a have a altflrnatlnsr with ohiUy sensations sharp I Iarayravhtr tartlo Mr Thackeray I never before of my sorrows have spoken bltluir transient pains bora and there cold iirmly iooted belief that alcohol will but Ill have a two penny ono if foot drowsiness after meals wakefulness oc And would not speakno w but my heart is nigh strengthens the tired man for new you please he answered so beaming- Â¬ Owino to their entire freedom from Injuri- Â¬ disturbed aud unrofreslilnsr sleep constant broken Punch 5c Cigars aro uidciorlbablo feeliiitf of dread or of Impend Â¬ work and exertion The sense of fa ly that wo all laughed and my shy Â¬ ous drugs Tunsillstho ing calninlty conn to my pastor but not to complain world popular in the most Ivo If you havo all or any consldcrnbJo number tiguejs tho safety valve of ourengino ness disappeared Hut only some counsel end comfort to guln 11 of tfieao Byuiptoms you aro suffering from 1 is sadly Poor woman her seen Ho who benumbs the sense cf fatigue well known In parrot that most common of Anterlctm maladies Tnn dissipated actor On another occasion also very huH Eomo cause to rail who livesuttio 0art Alas on the street it is publicly shown at dram IlllloiiR Dyspapsio or Torpid Liver associated in order to work on is liko the man who Tho more As plainly tis soon In tho wifes palld face oarly in my friendship with Mr Thack- Â¬ with Dynpopsln or Indigestion fastens down the safety valve in order eray ho was at our house ono ovoning your dlHcaso has ticcome the As in the debauch and drunkards disgrace for Glenns Sulphur Soap if trou- Â¬ complicated mnnbrr and diversity of symp-Â¬ Send rroator tho to bo able to overheat tho engine tho toms No mutter what niaan it has reached with a few other intimate friends when bled with any disease of Dye skin Tho Tii the old story told for over retold 60c Hair uud Whisker The mistake of supposing that best Or IMorcoB Uoldou ITIcalcal Discovery As vividly new as terribly old tho conversation turned on court circu- Â¬ Dills will subdue if If taken acconllnff to direc-Â¬ How the Dovil of Drink when ho enters tho alcohol strengthens the tired man is a rcoaonnblo lenirth of timo If not tions lars and their sameness day after day TiiKnK is fox in fruit havent you heard ourod for home coiijjillcatlons multiply nnd Consump- Â¬ especially mischievous for tho largo A few samples wero givon of a mandator Texas Sljtinys Puts out its candlo and shrouds all in gloom tion of the LuiiKHHkin niwascfljlicartDlHCHSO working class Poor people whoso in Â¬ had the lienor of joining her Majestys Hhflumatlsin Kidney Disease or other irrnve O mothers and sisters and sweethearts arisel come independently of this is niiiladlos uro quite llablo to net in and sooner barely dinner party with other lofty and im FitAsmn Axlo Omusr is tho best in tho or Inter iudticu it fatal termination Take in tho drink curse with your pitying eyes world will wear twice as long us any other Uy the might of your love your tears and your sufficient for an honorable livelihood Ir ilorcoa Unldou Illodtcal Dla personages invariant ending covory acta powerfully upon tho Liver and arc induced b this prejudice to spend posing Prctorius faith purlfyltiff onran By tho way who tlirouffh thnt great A hoto horror tiles In tho soap Hotil cloanea tho syBtcm ofblood Oh mvc our dear homes from the blight of this a very considerable part of their earn Â¬ with Ir tUl blood tiiintB and im- Â¬ is Dr Pretoriusr somebody asked A Mall death purities from whatever causo arleimr It la fori Swart ocpially olllcaoloiis in actinpr upon tho Kid J IK In Xntlonal Temperance ings on alcoholic drinks instead of on Blight pause ensued when a voice be Â¬ noys and other excretory orfrtmn olcanslnr abundant and appetizing nourishment Advocate gan solemnly chanting the national HtrenRtheniiiK nnd hciillnir their diseases As Till FAMOUS OtSTOHIOIAim which alone can strengthen them for an apputlzintr rcstoratlvn tonlo It proiuotofl antliem ending each verso with TEMPERANCE IN AFRICA their laborious work PLYMOUTH ROCK PANTS dlirestlon and nuttitlnn thereby bulldinff up God suvo our gracious Queen both IIchIi and streuirth In malarial districts A Ilc or Niitlvrn for Protection from tlio That the prejudice about the this wonderful medlulno hua rained irreat Send her victorious happy and glorious Full Suits and Ovorcoats Demon of Alcohol oelobrity in curing Fever and Affile Chills and Dr Prctorius Ood Have tho Queen strengthening nation of alcohol is so 1 Thin Cnniiinnv I now Fever Dumb Airue and kindred diseases A Into copy of tho Cape Mercury doing thn Inivctt cuitoin This was Mr Thackeray who had ineradicable may be explained by tho Dr llorccs Golden Modlcal DIb iiinitt rlottiliiK IniHlne lu covory published sit King Williams Town experience ot habitual drinkers 1 a been sitting perfectly silent and rather tliHlliltcilHlntm U Wo liavu novr upon Capo of OJooil Hope contains an inter- Â¬ man is once accustomed to the our lookii orcr 110000 cim GORES ALL HUMORS regular apart from those who wero talking tomrn whom wo liavo esting narrsitioii showing the progress consumption of alcohol lie is actually and had not appeared to notice what to tho tiiilltit llrit mvinir from a oommon Illotch or Eruption soren Fovor Salt rheum worat Scrofula of the Temperance reformation among rendered capable of more was said ScriOncri Magazine Bcaly or Kouirh Skin iu short all dlKCHseA exertion by the natives of that colony It appears means of the alcohol than he would bo eausod by bad blood aro conquored by thto poworful purifying nnd luvifforatlng medi Sho Couldnt UiHlorfttnnd It that tho people of Chief Shvanis tribo on the sudden and complete withdraw Â¬ oluo Iroat Fatinir Ulcers rapidly heal under you What in tho world has happened to ICspocIally haa Jt mnnl Its iMinlirn lntluenee wore- tho first to agitate for the re Â¬ al of it We are not as yet in a posi- Â¬ slnco tho lust timo I hiiw you asked one festud ita potency in curing Totter Kczoma moval of the canteens sttttling tion clearly to explain this phenomenon ludy of another when thoy met on the street Kryslpoliu UollH Uirhiineles Bora Eyes Herof them tho normou profit tilntis Sores aud SwollltiKfl Hl Jolnt Dlneaso houses licensed to sell liquor from but it is completely analagous to tho tho other day I cant understand it Then amIjFxpfiiMrn rtnU ot tbv Ooltro or Thick Necki Whito Swellings haggard JoblxTurul rutnllrr their locations Jit litis they were suc- Â¬ action of other poisons on persons hab Â¬ you Iwero pale you said and low spirited Send ten cents lu J land Enlarged Glands ft WflliHrilViiUlvn you hardly and remember that on to bo iorry litt ilenlc stamps for a lariro Trcatlso with colored cessful and it was found by experience ituated to them with im for no nlwnji platos on Skin Diseases or tho snmo aruouat If an opium eater is cared whether jou lived or died Today lmvo mid nlrn and bo will ro- - for a Treatlso on Scrofulous Affections that the restrictions placed upon the deprived of his opium lie can neither you look overfrom much younger fuco it is ftlllil lmillfVfltnllVallM very your beaming -that Art V MUI nits 7U u y r v 7v traffic though falling short of total work sleep nor cat ho is so to speak your ovidont have taken ilight now FOR THE BLOOD BS THE LIFE Yes low spirits thn Thoroughly clonum It by unbar DrPIorco vor Km f jM prohibition were highly advantageous strengthened by the opium but tiio Indeed wns tho reply and shall I toll clothlnfor rrndy worf- - IiorIi Now to knowtliB lZ wys worn and good you what drove them awayf It was Dr of ruHTo MAtB clotliliitr Io ono of two thlii uixtikr fJoldon Medical Dlncovory eiJrlts vital to the tribe dlKeatlon ii fair skin buoyant man who is not accustomed to any nar Â¬ iiorcos Fuvorito Prescription I was a monmirriiient hlnnkii It was recently reported among t Item cotic is not rendered more capable of martyr to functional derangement until I W IiUft G0 MNrN JIkntion tiiik rAt Kii and we strength und bodily health will bo established TAI ICMEAUII VUXK Now 1 am WIIAt rln0lcniiVt VuU for npl i loll im ribout began taking tho Proscription that tho Ciovernment as a revenue exertion by an Hi Jlllir WAIHT IMP unil as well as I ever was in my life No woman 83 Mil measure was about to abrogate the re- Â¬ for That the most moderate doses aro who suffers as I did ought to let an hour puss aiuiiANTKK b plrafn ok and packlnironilpnfa will which ts Scrofula or tho Ltiiifrn la arrested poktaifooriinpiltcxptv wo and ourod by this remedy If taken In tho o rrfuml your mony strictions placed niton the trallie with- Â¬ not only completely useless but posi- Â¬ before procuring this wonderful remedy From Its mar-Â¬ earlier stajreti of tho dUeiuto in the proclaimed areas This caused tively injurious is proved bettor than velous power over this tutribly fatal dlseassw Match makino mammas going nway for when first olTorlntf this now world famed rem Â¬ much excitement among them and by any scientific deduction by the tho summer montliH naturally took thoir edy to tho public Dr lIcrco thought seriously rJLYJTIOUTH HOCK PANTS CO of calling it his Consumption Cuius but was tho occasion of tho assemblage of numerous experiments on a large scale daughters to tho Grand Union Jlarpert ao iiuiuiiier direct Iloaton lUaas abandoned that namo as too restrictive fo Haar i large meeting of Siwanis people a medlolno which from Its wonderful com which have been tried in the treatment bloation of tonic or strengthening alterative Juno 22 in front of the court house in of troops and which have already es Â¬ KnedloNH Alarm or blood clenuslug antl blllous pectoral ano orpcricnccd by boino lldgcty pcoplo obtho town to represent their views to tablished the fact that in all climates Is nutrltlvu properties Is unequaled not only counte- Â¬ m a routed for Consumption but for all the magistrate and through him to the whether in war or peace in heat in servant of unusual paleness in their in tho nances who experience discomfort Oliroiilc Dliieasca of tho who pass Government rain in cold soldiers can best bear all region of tho stomach or liver orare small a restless night These Lungs That orderly meeting of dusky na- Â¬ the hardships of tho severest marches ailments capable or two of aggravation by Liver Blood indeed tives but recently emancipated from when they aro completely deprived of neglect but easily removable at tho start by For Weak Lungs Spitting of Wood Short assimilation the thrulldom of barbarism eloquently all alcoholic drinks nca3 of Hi rath Clironlo Nasal Catwrrh Ilron Tho author tho lino assistant of digestion Hitters Uso ohltlB Asthma Severe Coughs and kindred Ilostetters Htomnch pleaded for the protection of their sums up this part of his argument in und sleep remedy so admirably adapted to STIKTE THE atTuctious it Is an elllclent remedy this pure liomcs from the destroying in nonce tho following emphatic statement Pold by family emergencies Malaria and kidney LATEST STYLES forW00 Druggists at 81X10 or BIx Dottld complaints aro relieved by it of the drink which is t lie curse of civ- Â¬ Alcohol therefore strengthens no IK tar Send ten oonta in stamps for Dr riertoli Address ilized man formed a scene of pathetic one it does but benumb tho feeling ol book on Consumption MiMSTEns am about tho onlv servants LArt Do La Modo who do not have Sunday ouLr Jarperi 6 CILlltii 1IATKH interest to till who feel tho pulse beat fatitruc Worlds Dispensary Medical Association ALL TIIK I1TKST 1MIUH AND SETT Uuzar of philanthropic sentiment YUIIK FiMllOMi If the C03 TInln St KIIFPALO NK ClfOrdur Hor yeurNuwa-iliMil- TEMPERANCE ITEMS A Irlzo of 8100000 Government does not heed such earnest cr or hoiiU US cunts lor luteal tin labor to who Is a appeals as wore thorn made then tho Giikat HitiTAix has 18000 bands of wins goodbything to get and tho manunex- Â¬ J lUlli Kt rw York superior skill or by an it irStoV W Kiit MOItn luliUirr U white people who rule the colony hope and juvenile Temperance socie- Â¬ pected turn of Fortunos wheel 13 to bo con- Â¬ should lirst of all be made tho subjects ties with an aggregate membership of gratulated Hut ho who escapes from tho clutches of that dread monster Consump-Â¬ of future missionary labors 1000000 Rm JimusnnwmnsnM tion and wins back health and happiness id 322PANfSfe SHChp yff CURES WHERE AIL ELbt EAltS An old chief named Mabopo was far It is estimated that if tho money ningmoro fortunate Tho chances of win Â¬Â¬ Boat Cough Hyrui Toatoicootl Uao 100000 aro small but every consumpfirst to speak They had asked the spent annually in Great Britain for in- Â¬ In time Hold br ilmirKlntii bo suro recovery If Government to take tho liquor from toxicating drinks were put in sover Â¬ tive may Dr absolutely CloldcnofMedical Dis nANDSOMH Cmm ho takes OURVUTili Pierces HTYLISII SRAMIjESS their homes and it had done so lie eigns and placed in a lino it would covory in timo For all scrofulous discuses consumption is ono of them it is an uu trusted it would now listen to their reach 2000 miles luibug remedy All druggists plea and not bring it back again lie A rKCUMAit liquor law is in force in made to order la beat thn world How ih the furnace llro this morning clnaa wanted liquor kept sis far away from Iloekdalc County Go Only ono per tin do In alKea crlprt Fit atrle ennr Well enough to be out I think John and atrle to tho black people as possible Sevise a son in the county is allowed to sob your honor ntevd or uonor Singers nnd public plcaar Perreef rnfnndeil Fit anarntueed I son of Siwani said they looked to the liquor IIo is appointed by tho grand For fiainpt ei of speakers will find Wc trttr to any cloth Mid 4 loot tapr a euro RnuKF is Tiouk liipriii Government for protection They jury to sell for medicinal purposes and Pisoa Kcmcdyimmediato andCO cents suro meaiurn worth lOo Pisos Curo or Con- Â¬ for Cutarrh arna 3 zc siampi ihnafnMa houka lit were all agreed as to the good that can not keep more than ten gallons of Circulars Ireo sumption tbo bost rthli city HonsK raoing is an cntor prlrlng occupa- Â¬ had followed since the canteens had spirits at ono time XcUtMtl medicine for lioarso tion SfSiiS P Hftu lcon closed and they did not want It is safe to estimate the receipts oi ncss nud to strength- Â¬ TffiHliGINCINNATIaiW CO tho white mans liquor brought near the New York saloons at 30000000 a A Non affair a silent bid at an miction en tho voice their locations again Ho was not year one half of which at least comes Golden Jhiyi speaking he said as a total abstainer from tho 150000 men who arc known An egg plant tho original investment in Children will tnko out lie spoke for tho good of his as mooring men ino destruction a hennery Harper lliuar risos Curo without people of the liquor saloons alone would euro Only the pretty girl can bo saucy with Im- Â¬ objection becnuso its Tho statement of Moma son of a four liftlis of the poverty in the com- Â¬ punity bomervlllc Journal tusto is jileasant THE GKEAT ENGLISH BEMEDY principal councilor was to tho effect munity Howard Crosby Tns sliino of a cheap cummer hotel boot Tor Ilver llllr Indention rto Kren rrom Mrrctirrj that tho women as woll as tho men The claim that tho uso of beer will bluck admits of no rellcction Hotel Mall A if ml contain onlv tnro Vcirimlilo InTollrnl Thousands suffer cuAh a cuirricNTov mw yuimc ivoro addicted to the diink habit diminish drunkenness and largely take A Connecticut tiller Ileans from a short hacking Harpers lia When tho canteens wero among the place of spirits is not borne out by Cough who might bo them ho said their wives spent all Parliamentary report in Belgium This tir XITO their timo at them and they had no report says intemperance is spreading curod by a fow doses The gambler hnH an exceedingly PAYS tho FREIGHT air Wmhliiylon Critic vivos If the wives of civilized white fearfully in the kingdom Next to Ba- Â¬ of Pisos Curo ft Ton Wucon Hcalra lion lrcrt SlT litarlixt UitM people should fall into liko Intuits of varia Belgium has the reputation of lutBiumoii nm Hoi tor It Is pretty hard to prevent sparking on dissipation tho men would speedily being the country where most beer is the electrio street car line Scraiiton Truth Sold by druggists STefTlltHfJt rrfrprlMtla organize M G T U societies for the consumed the amount per year being ami a14r BiUaa Iklt joncs or Inohamtoh Fendkiihons oldest boy poHhed his vacation suppression of tho evil Tho dark col- Â¬ 210 liters or iifty two gallons per head UINU11AT1TON N F at a beach resort sparking a young lady who ored sisters however turned the ta It also comes next Co Ilussia and Den Â¬ on thu KiiudK blos on tho men when they wero givon mark in tho consumption of spirits tho read Browning thoroughly every inorulng IIo camo honiu sau ItrowningetL DOnAeASTHMA 1OIlfAMH ASTHMA HIKCiriC opportunity to speak Nopodi wifo amount consumed of tho latter being gln romitiOtMUIrrtllflaavtr7ut PlinfS WHFUF ill fISf FANS A muhuiioom a poor mans stoiuacli of a notablo said tho women wero los- Â¬ thirteen liters per head a year nu Liiuniu 11MAI11E uuh rinitni XtUuufihHrrup Taatea cood Use I ax EJtitlllhirl TWKNTT ndCTbl ing their husbands and being h vr Mii YK A 111 and ioMand rtninhiii KItMKI ALI AiJi that Archimedes asked for moving inumn tuna vy annaiiuut HtfUc1ili Tit The Springfield Mass Jtcpublican TXi IACKUIK lr thu world was u crumb a fulcrum Tctu through drink but since the can- Â¬ says inUtU Hcuil fur Yf Puti ami trV If A brewery team with its load a co bijWmjt T roriUM teens had boon closed thoy had boon of beer drove up to a residonco riniADtirnu pa wmmmnmmmm happier and had become prosperous on one of tho pleasant streots ol is something nf Tin n political ecououiiht He knows ull about and contented Another woman bore Springfield tho owner of the promises biiy ELbbbbI Zal vCa 9 flViBBBm4M SbHbI tall mM 9 Wiuhltujton Jott mutallsm testimony to the evil effects of drink an elderly gentleman moon nt me CURLS WHERE Alt LlSt FA IS D an If f WJiri Ilanir and Warnt teat Orl O llstra Tin rag biiHlnusH In Knitftni uitlcs is said and concluded by saying thatsho had gate ready to direct tho driver where llott Couuh Hrtip Tnxtea iood Uio NMIK wlirro Wholrialnaml retail In timo Hold ly ill aircUta IIHB1I JJ CbtrtLUCoMlll Wabaub yUblcgq almost grown tired of being thrashed to doposit tho kogs but before ho to bu very pereeptlhly jilcklug up ncyClfltJe For Mexlran War anilTnlon V when tho canteens wore near them could unload a young lady camo to HTKVKNB A CO TiipinitM motto Dont give up tin hip 7aU I Wailjlfigioii crn uIutdIaiiiI Uetrolt jwd CMIm That sort of experience would make the oor and said to the teamster I Diiii t wood in oar harbor is Mippocd to CllVlnliQOmeerB iy bounty pro- even a whito woman almost tired forbid your leaving that liquor here IbjIiWIvIIw nuiodi dainilrra rullovmli OPIUM come from the river Ktyx Ul jronia pruutlcn HiitTiior nu ten rafc Wrlta A numbm of women npoko to about tho The man replied If you forbid It J A inr rirriiiari una now inw mccuh uru A Hon Cliiflnnutl 0 Vaiilnmon O J m6uo effect Smokiid onttho cigar htuuip Airrr Then pater famllla miiHt go on Knttimfrr tlm LorMi kT KJ Wu a bu Mr DIok tho local magistrate clonod spoke up tell you to unload tin Jltiiiir AVATin ronty ni rwi liVati 4 lit Uiib I wibjii r rmii iMinain tho conforoiioo by naylng that lie would beer responded And I forbid it green Mil ril 111 Mutuali Ai tltriitnrn uciAiion rv inlxuilti cmmiuborH liniiniA nukii Urtl Hoatiut Ah nmiMif iiuvrfti yrcwut tho matter to tho iivornnionl Ills daughter Thu toaiuMor norntohod iipphm clu Hittptri Itamr 4M Cullifatillr Ohio Kr ii nd that he believed It wtnild boa good Ids head in ovhUnt puplexlty for n V Dotm lie Mpnalc IViiiimIi enotig FROM 125 day for the nutlviw when strong drink moment JookoM from one to another to inalfg hliuMdlf iiiUiiiitttirHCoitL WATCHES HIubiii fur MKimiaailiut Cain VhtUi could no longer lm xold to tint black thou darted up lil Iioiwm tun drovi UdpSU bttir man Till wuh grouted by rtgiw of on leaving the pair to Mttlu thu iimttc hmkn Wnmsu il IMMJismii ruttmlt AmJ ffBAi t jEa Tmr woman HiUfiotDiiuwIloii mUVH ruoX WAK1M Wtl Hmr t wllkHirKwHiCf bbb waw f Ut taJ p r 999 Hu bVvvihmMbb j up HHB Jtvitokt approval by thu lUhumblage could ax ot they tig baby nowr 111 Aifrt - UmMmiW said a heart broken So-and-- so Your Espcima Bow to Red You carl do It cosily and you will not have to dcprlvo yourself of a singlo comfort on tho contrary you will enjoy llfo moro than ever llow can you accomplish this rcsultf Easily cut down your doctors bills When you lose your appetito and bccoina bilious und constipated and therefore low spirited dont rush off to tho family physician for a prescription or on tho other hand wait until you aro sick abed boforo doing any thing at all but just go to the druggists aud for twontv livo cents cot asunnly of Dr Pierces Pleasant Purgative Pellets Tuko thorn as directed and our word for it your un pleasant symptoms will disappear 09 if by m aide you will liavo no bitr doctors bill to say and overybody luterostcd oxcoyt tho ociorj wm acci nappy HAT W AILS YOU MbMpJHHMM Q - rjr 1 THREE FACTS r V- rot I 1 1 I CONSUMPTION and 11 PANTS SHOES COCKLES ANTI BILIOUS PILLS iti a VI como-play-sa- ut JONES - 4 w ed -- M rugand-old-lronma- u i ii j 1 w r r Sf i fj ir5tVhJssnvii 5 m n JiMWS aVALaf ji sbbbbm T 5 K-r- o a rwjwiiw 1 w k - u jr jTCTEW TffH j JL 4 V Hazel Geeen Heeald PUBLISHED BY SPENCER COOPER BREATHITT COUNTY Subscription o And Must Bo Paid In Advance - SI a Year tKfintuGXy TIMETABLE and South Atlantic Railway Standard tIino 22nilnutes slower than Mt Sterling itf me No 1 leaves Mt Stealing ftt 7 A M arrives at Itothwell at 840 A M 2f o 2 leaves Itothwell At 0 A AM MArrivos at Mt Stcrline at 1050 2No 3 leaves Mt Sterling at 140 P M arrives at llothwell at 320 P M No 4 leaves Itothwell at 345 P M arrivca at Mt Sterling at 530 P w No 2 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A U railway ar and 157 P M trains on U for Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville ISo a connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A uuu 1 in V tium mt uiu il IT1UU UIl n It n CnrntiniXiit nmi niiu Cincinnati ip M train from Louisville and Montgomery county court day Hpccial Heaves Rothwell on the 3rd Monday in eacli jmonth at 730 A M arriving at Mt Sterling mt 9 a M Returning- leaves Mt Sterling iat 3 P M arriving at Rothwell at 430 P M Leaves Rothwell Tor Mt Sterling at 5 P M GEO B HARPER Supt Â¬ i- V - Jf t JEASTERN KENTUCKY WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING omiillod by Cmttity Correspondents and Cut mid Condannud from Our Contoinpornrleti JllOUGAN COUNTY K F and Cal Crawford the most enterprising farmers and stock raisers of this part of the county have just returned from Clark county whero they sold to John GofT of that county twonty eight head of 4 yr old steers at an average of four cents per pound and some others not so good They were contracted for last spring which accounts for the good prices ob- Â¬ tained the market at present being dull WeBloy Back who has been in Kansas for two years returned with his family to Middlo Fork the other day to live He sayB that while growing up with the country he grew poorer m purse day by da v Died On Cane Creek of fever Sept 23d Miss Katie Brewer aged fifteen years after an illness of only four days also Georgo Hadix of Cane Creek of flux Ho was a son of Henley Hadix and a very respectable young man W L Goso of Gillmore is teaching a singing school on War Creek with good results Gillmore is well represented in this part of Breathitt there being four young men from that creok teaching school hero in adjoining districts viz J H Wallin Logan Linden M C Kash and W L Gobc Hurrah for Gillmoro I Born To tho wife of Wm Moloney Sept 20th a fine 12 pound boy which your humble servant had the honor of naming McClelhin A Mr Itced of Fayette county was in our midst yesterday looking after tim- Â¬ ber lands IIo wanted 20000 acres and had succeeded in contracting for about Upper Twin Oct Special Correspondence 1 J l WC 31 If Mint iHI 1 V JA Tv tftt 7k W r J V 1 W arrT f 4 Special Correspondence EzEL Oct 8 Eli Picratt and wife returned a few dnyB ago from a protracted viBit to Gillmoro Creek The railroad men arc still with us and spent last week on the routo between here and Frcjiohburg Thoy report every stipation furred tongue an unpleasantÂ¬ breath a dull or sharp pain in tho neighthing favorable borhood of the affected organ impurity Â¬ A Mr Morrison who is gathering biog of the blood and loss of appetite signal raphies for his new history of Kentucky izc it as one of the most common of nasscd through here last week and so mo maladies There is however a benign of our men who love books bought them specific for the disease and all its un Â¬ a fifteen dollar biography with a history pleasant manifestations It is tho conto keep it in public and tho of J C Lykins of Oampton was in town current testimony the several days hut week Stomach Bitters is a medicine which Oliver Kash of Bath county and Dr achioves results speedily felt thorough Moore of Frcnchburg woro in town Fri and benign Besides rectifying liver duy disorder it invigorates tho feeble con- Â¬ llcv D G Combs is home again and quers kidney and bladder complaints reports twenty one additions to the and hastens tho convalescence of those church this trip Ho also organized a recovering from enfeebling diseases church prayer meeting and Sunday Moreover it is tho grand specific for flchool fever and ague Doc Hicks and Mrs Laura Hicks of Harrison county are visiting relatives MAGOFFIN COUNT V ind friends at this place Special Correspondence J M and It M Picratt are buvinjr a Salyerville Ky Oct 3 Tho Sal load of smooth cattlo for the Ciucin car yerervillc base ball club played a match jiati market tho base ball ame with tho Hazel Green nine Satur And now concerning ay Sept 24th but are not satisfied with match game played hero last Saturday When the jwwa came that the nino of the result and aro making preparations Hazel Greiin had done up those of Sa- Â¬ to meet tho Hazel Green nino in Salyer- Â¬ ville to think of lter vi lie our boys began ashes again tho Someon tho 8th inst for another contest of tho Morgan county citizens arc sackcloth and dogwood but beliovhig in the old maxim try try coming to witness the contest nnd quite Again and whero there is a will there a number of the Magoffin boys will be and backed by these resolu- Â¬ out to see their first game of base ball Ja a wav tions they went into it with a vim and A large crowd is expected to be present at tho close of tho ninth inning theEzels AH are invited Tho U S Deputy Marshal for this had tho victory by two tallioa The JSzcls wero more than pleased with the section left hero Friday morning for good behavior and fair playing of tho Louisville in charge of a dozen U S Hazel Grcon nine but wo are sorry to say prisoners charged with tho offense of iho friends on both eidca seemed to have violating the internal revenue laws Sev- Â¬ eral of tho Magoffin boys went along as pioro zeal than good manuors Married- - On the 1st inst Travis witnesses The Marshal has no time for Uarker to Miss Emma Vest Attendants idleness C II Terry the well known photo- Â¬ Miss Alico Carr and Georgo Goad Miss and Oliver 1 ugato They grapher has set up his tent in our town Cilia Uarkor vero married in the county road on the and we are proud to havo him in our Miles Kash farm on Blaclcwator V B midst as wo know his reputation as a jjykins oUtuiating Travis has a good workman 3iomo for his better half and a better J O Patrick sheriff of this county Barker nover yelped than Trav nnd now nnd his deputy V T Prater havo rent Â¬ if wo can got him to subscribe for The ed and moved into totho Adams hotel do a good and ffKiiALi ho will have about as much of whero they expect ihis worlds goods as any little mau needs profitablo businchH Success to em W J linger has purchased au interest Blurt in tho Burning lork saw and grist mill Grar3Y Creek Oct 3 Itov A B Mr Hager is industrious and attentive Stamper will preach at tho Grassy church to his business nnd no doubt will meet ji ear James It Roses next Sunday at with success 11 oclock The Gardener Johnson mill is doing Rev Isaac Murphy commenced a series a good business oi meetings at tho Murphy school house Tho leaves in this section arc puttinc vqn last Thursday which is still in pro Â¬ on thoir colors of gold and will soon bid gress farewell to the aerial Hphere D N Furgorsona family have all beon What True Morlt Will Do down with flux but at this writing aro The unprecedented salo of Boschees improving J M Oldfiold and L O Caakoy aro German Syrup within a few years has the jotting outanico lot of logs on this creek astonished and world It is without doubtÂ¬ best remedy over discov tho Licking Rivor market Mr Old tho Bafcst ior ifteld informed mo that they had 500 ered for tho spoedy and effectual cure of Jarge poplar logs 150 of thorn aro hauled Coughs Colds and the severest Lung ftnd they aro running two teams Their trouoicfl it ucts on an entirely ditterent timber when run will bring a good lot priuciplo from the usual prescription of money iuto this neighborhood which given oy Physicians as it does not dry up a Cough and leave the disease still in badly needed removes wason J SNickcll of Ezel hands this creok tho systemof but on tho coptrary tho parts tho trouble heals gcttfngout the cause last week with a lot of Wmo timber which ho purchased of J M affected and leaves them in a purely Xittlc Jolui Smith can handlo tho cant healthy condition A bottle kept in the house for uso when tho diseases mako Jiook as woll as tho yard stick S B Perry has a cannel coal bank thoir appearance will save doctors bills opened ono milo from this place Tho and a long spell of serious illness A vein is threo feet thick and tho coal is trial will couvinco you of tho facts It very fine I dont mention thia becauso is positively sold by all druggists and it is a tare thing hero for wo havo coal general dealers in the land Price 75 In abundance both cannel and stone coal eta largo bottles in paying quantities all over this neigh IrCCIIKK COUNTY Iiorliood Thcro is scarcely a branch in this country hut what has a ooal bank Special Correspondence find plenty of timber for building pur Â¬ WHiTK8UUMQSopt 2Gth A tow light poses Wo will have tho richest country showers last woekFodorln8 about over In the world whou tho railroad corned Boiling molasses now Andy Shonherd is In jail for carrying a pistol Golly OxTiinWura boy thats whar thoy git yo Lifo will acquire new zest and cheer John W Lnnploy Brcstnusburg mem fulnM xaUirn if you will inipcl your ber idoct to tho Legislature was in town liver Hifd kidneys to the porformnnuo of laut week IIo Is an intelligent promU their functions Dr J II McLeans ing young man and will mako a record 14ver hiiiI Kidney Balm will stimulat for iiiniaoif 100 ptr Mm Sunamiuh Banks nee Boark cut tkm to healthful action lH4 ftoll by 0 I 8rYHligo Uuel Ml DIcy Tolly with a kntfo IrU Kim day TJtewfHtmU aro wi wrtou ohm Â¬ Â¬ -- Colly Pert Cowan Smoot Camp Branch Millstone nnd tho river comprise only a portion of his practice Dr Taylor is mixed up in the Wright vendetta and cannot attend many cases Wc need another good doctor Who comes The incessant drouth in this section has rendered all our crops light and the A water mast is partially blasted famine is imminent We have had only a few lightshowers for some months The Northfork has only a few pools of water Nearly all in it nnd they are stagnant her tributaries are dried up Springs 15000 and wells that have heretofore furnished a liberal supply of water have failed Wretched Indeed A May and his charming bride Arc thoso whom a confined tendency to have P W the honeymoon in our quiet spent biliousness subject to the various and P W F changeful symptoms indicative of liver little village complaint Nausea sick headache con- Â¬ Whitesrurg Ky Sept 20th The dwolling honso furniture and ef- Â¬ fects of Henry Caudill an old citizen living on Rock House were destroyed by fire not long since Hia neighbors have erected a neat comfortable log hut for him He is very old and frail Mr Blair our county superintendent instead of kindly correcting an error in our correspondence replies in an article that is malicious and insinuating Ho undertakes to refute charges which have not boon preferred as to certificates ob- Â¬ tained through fraud c We will ven- Â¬ tilate his article if Tim Herald thinks it in order A brief sketch of educational affairs in our county 6inco1883 together with the records would place a uiller ent light on his article and show up the inconsistency of his examinations There ie more sickness here now than we have known for some time The sum- Â¬ mer has been so dry that the air is vitia- Â¬ ted and the waters stagnant Epidemics of fevers flux and measles are devastat- Â¬ ing this wholo section Dr McCreary rides day and night and cannot attend to half the cases that need attention Ho scarcelv cets a irood niirhts sleep Exchange Bankof 100OOQ Kentucky BKINKLEY GRUBBS DEALBUS IK E8TADLI8HKD IN 18B8 7 Capital Stock STOVESJIN PLATE SHEET IRON Tinners Stock Mantels Etc SURPLUS SI54I428 Your Herald issue of Sept 9th contains an article from our County Superintendent which the casual reader will observe is tinged with malice He intimates that I am the author of false statements in regard to the examination of teachers here As examiner I have conscientiously perform ed my duty as the law in my judgement directs I have warmly endorsed his efforts to give us good schools and better teachers As I was too radical I presume I was not desired at tho night sessions and I know but little about the character and results of said examination I leave that to Mr Blair and your correspondent Ever ready to assist the Superintend Â¬ ent in every effort put forth to elevate the standard ot education in our county I am respecfuliy Wholesale Druggists Wooster Wayne to Ohio Full size IIox by mail 100 jti20y Willie R Adams Editor FA9HIONS BAZAAR yiiero KvcrythhiK In ns Pretty ns a Picture In a few weeks you will want to find somo place where you can get a handsome hat or bonnet for your wife your sister your sweetheart or maybe your mother-in-laMrs Kato 0 Clark of Mt Sterling can suit any of these wants and her prices are away below tho prices charged for the same goods in the city of Cincinnati You think this strange no doubt but its as plain as tho nose on Mrs Clark ia herself a your face lady of very excellent taste in selecting becoming styles for her hundreds of lady Sho recently visited the customers cities of tho East and after seeing the prevailing ami most becoming styles purchased a supply of frames for bonnets and hats These frames aro turned over to Miss SallieOweusMr3 Clarks trimmer who is said to be tho most artistic trim- Â¬ mer anywhere west of New York city and sho puts the trimmings upon them Thus it will be seen that Mrs Clark does not deal in old shapes or shoddy styles but manufactures Hence she is able to sell you a hat or bonnet as cheap as you could buy them at wholesale in Cincin- Â¬ nati They manufacture so does Mrs w Dear Sir And Manufacturers of Exchange Plain tamped and Japanned Tinware Prompt attention given to the collection of debts and the patronage of the people 662 West Main Street of the mountain counties is especially soand 201 to 209 7th St licited J G TRIMBLE President LESLIE THOMSON Cashier KY I MT STERLING KY aG Sm good agent of either in all principal A LXkJ itnwns nnd cities in tli II 1 If S to take orders for our new patent low priceu suiiu nrunu ui iiiuaiu jLuur Aiime AND Door Hells Street Numbers tc From 100 to 300 can be made in a very short time Fine outfit coses for samples FREE Write for proof of what ngents are doing and lis of unoccupied territory It will pay you to do so We refer to the editor of this paper SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIRTS one of our plates years between life who has purchased DOOR PLATE CO Having struggled 20 MICHIGAN and death with ASTHMA or PHTHISIC Grand Rapids Mich treated by eminent physicians and receivthe ing no benefit I was compelled during lust 5 years of uiy illness to sit on my chair day and night gasping for breath My sufWITH ferings were beyond description In despnir I experimented on myself bv compounding roots and inhaling the medicine thus obtained I fortunately discovered this WONDERFUL CURE FOR ASTHMA AND CA TARRH warranted to relieve the most stub born case of ASTHMA IN FIVE MINUTES so that the patient can lie down to rest and sleep comfortably Please read the follow ing condensed extracts from unsolicited testimonials all of recent date Oliver V It Holmes San Jose Cul writes I find the Remedy all and even more than represented I receive instantaneous relief 637 Main Street E M Carson A M Warren Kan writes Was treated bv eminent physicians of this a country and Germany tried the climate of different States nothing afforded relief like aCly your preparation M Griggs Ohio writes L B Phelps P A WORD Suffered with Abtluna 10 yearsYour mediWITH cine in 3 minutes does more for me than the most eminent physician did for me in three h years Send 11 C Plimpton Jolict 111 writes Catarrh Remedy at once Cannot get aloni without it I find it to be the most valuable HARNESS AND COLLARS medicine I have ever tried We have many other hearty testimonials 711 W MAIN STREET 707 709 of cure or relief and in order that all suffer LOUISVILLE KY ers from Asthma Catarrh Hay Fever and kindred diseases may have an opportunity of testing the value of the Remedy we will It TUKNER send to any address TRIAL PACKAGE Headquarters Mt Sterling Ky FREE OF CHARGE If your druggist fails ItKIKKSnNTIKO to keep it do not permit him to sell you some worthless imitation by his representing it to Co be Uht as good but send directly to ns Wholesale Dealers in your name and address plainly Write Address J ZIMMERMAN Cof Props Â¬ Does a general Imnkinp bitBincBS and is the only bank in the city that hcllsForcign LOUISVILLE D LANCELLS ASTHMA CATARRH REMEDY wanl lll H Â¬ J CLARKE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ West LOUISVILLE Â¬ w Harbison JOE SADDLERY Cat right Â¬ Green HnffakT BOOTS AND SHOES W UUSSHLl TAUOll W W KINOO 015 W Main St LOUISVILLE KY Will bent Mt Sterling every County Court Tabor Bingos A MARVELOUS INVENTION FOB ITEAUUf G THE IOK AND CONQUER UU TAia A DAILY 3 ack Line BETWEEN YtfiutJeDliMTfrTrorinpplylnpr Hftgnttlen to tlhn Ban ijitrn Blotliieltj and anetlm JUIUM m Ketr Before for ilealloc the Blek Â¬ Rothwell Station and Hazel Green QyConnects with trains on Ky S A railroad morning and evening sr Wotragono warfare ofralnst phrtlelan or tbs medical fraternity generally Their iphoro of use fulness Is large and wo dcilro to aid them in fur nishing auxiliary moans for curing the sick Tho honest physician occupies a high place in pnbllo ititettn ana aeierreaiv bo too wnuo our Appll ances are not a panacoo for every 111 they rowhat wo claim for thorn and will afford a speody cure of t entlmoi after xnedlcinos hayo fallod to gWerellof GENOME MAGNETIC APPLIANCES CLASSIFIED Ladles A Children SuLeavc Hazel Green a in nr Rothwell 2 p m Lv Rothwell at 0 a in ar Hazel Green G p in Comfortable hacks nnd careful drivers 5 rare tft3 Every Attention to Â¬ MAGNETIC Bend site of shoo worn DO IT STEAL MAGNETIC porpalr Bend measure ot wrist Bond for clroular MAGNETIC of ankle Send for circulars MAGNETIC nets Catarrh etc lrleo li by mall Bond for WJJ33V mVXS Send for circulars v MaEcr0HuaffiorS vcTuSiSoLh8eumM mkWESS clroular But buy Kellys STEEL axe It is tho most perfect axe mndc Also buy STEEL horse shoes They will outwear iron And use STEEL nails They cost the same us iron Clark For solo in Hazel Green by is whon you buy Tho only difference G B SWANGO of her you get a love of a bonnet a W T CASKEY thing of beauty whereas if you buy in F MCGU1RE Cincinnati you aro uiceiy io get some Â¬ thing out of dato and looking for ail the Chiles Co world liko a last years birdB nest MT STERLING KY Our lady acquainttuices say It is a plea Agents for Fastern Kentucky sure to deal with Mrs Clark of Mt Sterling She is such a grand old lady etc Frlco i Send size of waist and lesathlD Bond for circulars OFFICE U1CVCTIP irounica wiinAP for mntlemen nerroui kip dlsoaso MAGNETIC mnunbliw 95 each iicautui trice clroular Send sUo ot bat worn Bend for roduco tho swelling and rosforo to natural sla Immediately 1rlce S3 oacll by maU SondilMOf knee Bond for circulars Thoy prevent and euro cold rheumatism nouralsla pneumonia throat troubles and ca- Â¬ tarrh rrleo 35 Send for circulars wltn MU noalals lungs MAGNETI2 MAGNETIC RNHL9ArrSSttfwli MP tfSSKWWS Thompson aCo and her daughters are so charming S Wo hava always beon impressed that NEW way but never dared to say so for fear our better soventecn twentieths might hear of it and we might suddenly become Livery Sale and Feed Stable But seriously if prematurely bald MT STERLING KY you want to bcg your lady loves head bedecked with something beautiful go to Mrs Clark Mt Sterling nnd you can save money Drovers and Traders Headquarters A dispatch from Pincville Ky Sept 29th says John Pierce a member of tho The nttention of horse and mule dealers notorious Turner gang suspected of the i especially invited to our facilities for the murder of Howard Monroe of Yellow handling of stouk and wu invite all traders Creek in Bell county Ky last Saturday of Wolfe and adjoining counties to call on night was overtaken by a Sheriff and us when in the city posso Wednesday near thf scono of his be made Cut this our crimo and riddled with bullets IIo was MONEYs return to us and we will you fruo nmctuing of overtaken in tho road with a friend Thomas Henderson another of the great vulua and impoitancc to you that will in business which will bring you Turner gang IIo was ordered to halt start you money in more than but turned on tho Sheriff firing three else in the world right away can do anything Anyone the work shots ono of them slightly wounding a and live at homo Either iox all ages Some The posso then opened thing now that just coins money for all Deputy Sheriff fire on tho young desparado and wound Â¬ workers We will start you capital not Io will dio ed him in several places Henderson escaped at tho time with a slight flesh wound In tho shoulder Ho was afterward nrrYsted and lodged in tho rinovillo jail for complicity in tho mur Â¬ der of Monroe V McWilliams benont to elocutionist publlo speaker and sing ers They strengthen tho rocal cords and prevent Send for circular Price 91 each by hoarsenexs mall Send site of nootc LtOQINS for trout rheumaUftftUCTin iismjamo legs feror sores anumnuiiuiiu varicose veins Thiin legging nave acquired nnlnrtl praise for their medical qualities and for the ease with which they aro worn Prleo 9 J each uy man nenn suo 01 teg arounu can uiu wii Bond for circular Â¬ 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