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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - JW1 f v rga--wT- V -- vAlj tr A 4tr - 8PEN0CR COOPER Owner and Editor Hazel Green Herald J- 6S H2 - Z - Devoted to the Development of Eastern Kentackjr 100 A YEAR Always In Advance VOL W III HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 21 Spencer Cooper Ciia8 M 1887 office NO 33 The news of tho day is now first and foremost in the minds of tho editors and politics takes a back seat It is the effort of almost ovory editor to glvo au accurate and fair review of all tho hapi pcning8 within his territory together with a comprehensive summary of the most important news of tho world The people demand this and the moss back editor who declines to furnish it sport finds himself lagging bohind in tho race for journalistic success This growth and dovolopmeut of the newspapers of tho Stato is tho best indU cation in tho world that tho pcoplo are awakening from tho lethargy that has so long held tho Stato immovablo while A other States have taken rapid strides in the direction pf wealth and prosperity It is the activity of tho people that makes the papers boom and it is tho same aC tivity that will mako tho Stato boom Louisvillo Post puro blood meaus healthy thereof functional activity and this bears with it the certainty of quick restoration from sickness or accident Dr J II McLeans Strengthening Cordial and Blood Purifier gives puro rich blood and vitalizes and 100 per strengthens tho wholo body bottle Sold by G B Swango Hazel Green MURDERED FOR MONEY A Womnn SoTonty Yearn of Ago Foully AflMiftHlnutod f MAtL ISAAC Attohney-at-La- w And Real Estate Agent Fallen S H C Herndon A TALENTED THIEF COLD BLOODED MURDER HAZEL GREEN KY COOPER Mil practice in all tbc Courts of Wolfe Powell Menifee and Breathitt counties Titles examined abstracts furnished tax- Â¬ es paid for non residonts real estate bought ana sold Collections a specialty A A Confidence Man Who Worked tho Cities HERNDON GENERAL FALLEN of the Country Including Louisville TOHN H EVANS HAZEL GREEN KY HAZEL GREEN KY - W I 4 Have the following property which they wish to- sell at once and parties desiring to secure bargains will find it to their interest Respectfully solicitis the patronage of the to inspect the property Wc will trade some public and will attend promptly to all bns of it to blue grass land Write us No 1 73 acres of land on Laurel Creek tnflss entrusted to his care Wolfe county 4 miles from Hazel Green T SWANGO Good dwelling house and outbuildings well watered good timber fine apple orchard HAZEL GREEN KY coal veins c Â¬ Examiner of Depositions for Wolfe county I J No 3 One two story dwelling built in Dapuly County Court Clerk of Wolfe 188 1 containing six rooms good outbuildiWill attend to all business entrusted to him ngs a well of never failing water beautiful grounds well set with rare and valuable with promptness and dispatch bhrubbery and a fine assortment of fruit c The best garden in town one granes J C BACK J of the most desirable dwellings to be found in Hazel Green Situated on the height leading to the celebrated Swango Springs about midway between the center of town and the Springs JACKSON KY No 4 316 acres of land on Lacy Creek 2 3J Business attended to with promptness miles south of Hazel Green on main road and dispatch to Camp ton has about 200 acres of good timber and an incxhaustable quantity of the TO C LYKIISS finest quality of splint and bituminous and County Attorney Ronl Estato Agent some fine quality of cannel coal Attorney at Law Practices in all Courts in Wolfe and Ad joining Counties and Court of Appeals 2rColIectionB a Specialty Campton Wolfe Countt Ky C and Notary Public1 miles southeast of Hazel Green fine farming land 60 acres in cultivation nearly all bottom land in good neighborhood and convenient to schools and churches No 5 100 acres of land 2 Â¬ BAKER Attorney at Law JACKSON KY 500 acres of land the Burvey be- Â¬ ginning on the Standing Rock corner of Lee Powell aud Wolfe counties 10 milcB No 6 Physician and Surgeon rR from Campton 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 J A TAULBEE timber No Jackson Breathitt County KENTUCKY the most desirable town lots in Hazel Green It is newly fenced and in cultivation Ky Hazel Gueex DAY HOUSEFitted and Refurnished No 8 One house and lot in Northwest Newly The beHt the market affordH will be found upon the table at all times and the public tmtronage is respectfully solicited Oucsts will have ice and other luxuries to be had in first class country hotels In connection is a fine stable for horses and shed room for vehicles in charge of good hostler Pastur age for horses HORATIO TUTTLE Lessee Mus LOU DAY Matron linu in iho pnrnornfn limita nf TTnzfll nrpoii on the road leading from town to Swango StirincN tains No 3 and is known oh the Mrs Eliza Trimble tract Can be laid off into 7 10 acres of land most of which Hazel Green near the common school building good new dwelling house with four rooms good outbuildings garden c Â¬ pOMBS HOUSE CAMPTON KY SS No 9 2000 acres of land on Kentucky River and Frozen Creek Breathitt county 7 miles below Jackson on the surveyed lines of the Kentucky Union and Cincinnati and Southeastern railroads It is covered with a heavy forest of the finest timber in the State including oak walnut poplar ash 4c and is underlaid with inexhaustible veins of can nel and bituminous coal W jso 10 About 87 acres of land on Lacy Z miles from Hazel Green has a Creek good barn is well fenced about 30 acres in some timber is well The patronage of the traveling public is grass nn apple orchard respectfully solicited Table the best and watered ana is good farming land Life will acquire new zest and cheerevery attention for the comfort of guests No 11 265 acres 4 miles southeast of fulness return if you will impel your Hazel Green on Red River coal bank 52 in Â¬ liver and kidneys to the performance of ADAMS HOUSE ches thick 230 acres of fine poplar oak and Ky II McLeans their functions Dr 2 good other timber 35 acres in cultivation Liver and Kidney Balm will stimulate dwelling houses and outbuildings 2 wells of G B Adams Proprietor 100 per them to healthful action never tailing water and good young orchard Tins old and well known house has been bottle Sold by G B Swango Hazel thoroughly refitted and refurnished and is No 12 250 acres on Gillmore Creek 5 Frequently accidents occur in the Green now open for the reception of the public miles south of Hazel Green good coal and fine household which cause burnscuts sprains Nothing Shall be Left Undone to Make timber good dwelling barn and outbuildA Sign of the Times bruises for use in such canes Dr G B Adama Outgf Comfortable ings fine orchard ot 1000 bearing apple trees and C0MB3 Pkopiuktor wardens and penitentiary guards have scoured the country today in vain looking for Frank P Ladders alias Wilbur James the noted confidence man who escaped from Stillwater penitentiary last Tho general opinion seems evening to be that ho had help from the outsido as he has many friends and acquaintan- Â¬ Tho history of ces in tho Northwest like a romance Landers career reads He is a handsome fellow of engaging manners and well educated He was born in Utica and a dozen years ago in Chicago was engaged in some daring forgeries for which he waa arrested in Sedalia Mo and on trial given a light sentence Shortly after ho served a sentence of four years and six months in the Ilartford Conn juil for forgery He also served short sentences at Balti- Â¬ more Md and Port Jarvis N Y After that he swindled Philadelphia merchauts out of 2000 by means of bogus checks and soon after levied upon San Francisco people to the amount of 12000 He next appeared in Chicago as Lieut Sonv erville of the navy and cut a great social He swath in his gold braided uniform signalized his departure by giving an elegant banquet at tho Hotel Richelieu to a number of prominent people and the next day borrowed 7000 from the Then he same persons and disappeared went to Ithica N Y Europe again and back to New Orleans where ho assumed the character of New York Herald correspondent and from the head of a Shreveport cotton firm secured 1000 Coming to St Paul he had considerable success under the name of Wilbur F James and finally confidenced jewellers here out of 3000 worth of goods From here he went to Europe and his next exploit was to cheat Wm Kendricks Sons of Louisville out of diamonds worth 1500 After another vacation in Europe ho attacked Omaha and went away from there 5000 richer After that he went to Boston and bought two suits of clothes offering a forged check in payment For this he was apprehend- Â¬ ed was brought to St Paul and convict ed for his misdeeds here and found guilty May 19 1885 being sentenced to twenty four years at Stillwater Ho was one of the editors of tho Prison Mirror a recent ly established newspaper and had conducted himself with bo much seeming rectitude that he had been allowed many priveleges by the use of which he final- ly made his escape Â¬ St Paul Minn Oct 14 Deputy Â¬ Â¬ tho Life of Georgo Burns by Shooting Him Owingsvillk Ky Oct 13 Late yes Â¬ terday evening John Robinson a worth Â¬ less and vicious negro shot and instantly killed Geo Burns in tho town of Sharps burg a highly respected and well to do colored man This is regarded as one of tho most deliberate cold blooded murders ever perpetrated in this part of tho coun- Â¬ try As usual there is a woman in tho cose Burns was a farmer and for ono of his class n prosperous ono Since tho death of his wifo a year or more ago he has employed a woman of his own color as housekeeper It was also generally beliovcd that they wcro moro intimate than their relations would justify Some months ago Robinson aimo into tho community and receiving work on a turnpiko near by made his homo at Burns He had been there but a short timo when he married tho housekeeper aforesaid knowing full well tho relations between the woman and her employer After marriage Robinson and wife continued to live with Burns tho woman still doing tho housework Jealousy on the part of Robinson soon became ap parent but he smothered his feelings and they managed to get along without an open rupture until Wednesday even Â¬ ing last On that evening Burns went to Sharpsburg on business and took Rob Â¬ insons wife along with him in his wagon ostensibly to assist him in making somo purchases This was more than Robin son could stand and following them to town he took a position by tho side of the store door into which Burns had gone to transact some business With drawn revolver Robinson hailed his victim as he stepped from tho door but without giving him time to reply or defend him Â¬ self shot him through the heart killing him instanly Robinson has but one arm but is re- Â¬ garded as a bad vicious negro The murdered man was very popular with the negroes of his community and there is strong talk of lynching tho assassin Robinson is now in jail awaiting his ex Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jealousy Causes John Ilobluson to Take t Tho Lifo of tho flesh is tho blood i jh 1 anining trial Town Marshal D S Nixon of this place arrived here lost night from Kan sas having in custody John Furgerson wanted hero for shooting and wounding with intent to kill Roo Myers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ R TUGGLE WITH P G Ringgold JOBBERS OK 05 Co Boots and Shoes and 97 WEST PEARL STREET CINCINNATI OfflO i WOnKIfiO GLAoOiurc now prepared to furnsh all classes with employment at home the whole of the time or for their spare momenta Business new light and profita ble Pcrsous of cither sex easily earn from 50 cents to 5 per evening and a proportion ate sum by devoting all their time to the business Boys and girls cam nearly as much as men That all who see this may send their address and test the business we make this oiler To such as are not well satisfied we will send one dollar to pay for the trou ble of writing Full particulars and outfit Free Address George Stinbon fe Co Jft81y Portland Maine Â¬ Â¬ V 5 will keen on jWvJT iand a nic8 1Ine gnu county I W fcsiP of Clocks Jew Â¬ elry and Wutches Also n line of fine Spec Â¬ tacles und Eye glusscs Will sell goods at citv prices and guarantee satisfaction Re palriuj a specialty and work warranted T P OARR RespectfullyAc at Ezel Mor- - nave located at W H GILL1S WITH JcCOBD AYDELOTT Wholesale Hatters No 013 Wost Main St liouiiville Ky In-rt-- H McLeans Volcanic Oil Liniment has One of the most hopeful signs for KenCreek 5 for many years been the constant favor Â¬ No 13 105 acres on Gillmore is improve- Â¬ Sold by G B Swan- Â¬ tucky at the present time the miles south of Hazel Green good timber and ite family remedy ment and increase in the newspapers A coal dwelling barn orchard tc go Hrzel Green few years ago and tho daily press of the No 14 100 acres on Lower Devilu Creek Connubial Knots State was confined to Louisville Paducah in Wolfe county south of Campton on the Married at the residence of the brides Covington and Lexington aud tiic week Â¬ surveyed line or Kentucky Union railroad good timber including white pine poplar mother Mrs Lizzie Turner in this city ly papers were scattering Now every oak c Tuesday October 11th 1887 Mr J Wm city of 6000 inhabitants has one or two No 15 About 160 acres on Gillmore Miller a prosperous young merchant of daily papers and almost every hamlet Creek 4 miles south of Hazel Green fully Paris 111 to Miss Bell Turner Elder B supports a weekly Maysville Bowling 100 acres of fine timber veins of best quality of splintand bituminous coal good dwelling W Trimble officiating Tho happy coup- Â¬ Green Owcnsboro and Henderson havo barn and out buildings good farming land le took the morning train for Cincinnati fallen into lino with one or two dalics No 16 70 acres on Gillmore Creek 4K and will make a bridal tour in the East each and havo grown from towns into miles south of Hazel Green 15 acre good Mr Millers mother was present at the cities The papers have como because bottom land an apple orchard of 40 bearing It was a quiet affair and atÂ¬ tho people are waking up to tho fact that trees good dwelling house and outbuildings wedding good well underlaid with coal timber Buffi tended by only about two dozen relatives a successful American must keep up with cicnt for arming purposes and friends Wo are informed that tho the news of tho day and havo consc No 17 1298 acres on Kentucky River at groom is a first class young man and wo qucntly begun to read Since the people in Wolfe the mouth of Holly Creek developed and are prepared to say from a loug acquaint- Â¬ begun to read tho papers the mer and have Breathitt counties fine coal known as the Rose and Hollon coal banks ance with tho bride that she is a lady chants have begun to advertise their fine timber of rare beauty and accomplishments and goods With subscribers mid with adverNo 18 113 acres on Devils Creek Wolfe we regard her as one of Montgomery tising n newspaper is a success county 3 miles southeast of Campton fine countys most worthy daughters It would be safe to estimate that thero cannel coal 7 feet thick known as the Hobbs Married at the residence of the brides aro twico as many newspapers read in coal bank fine timber father Judgo M M Cassidy on Wednes Â¬ Kentucky today as were read fivo years BOOKS day evening October 12th 1887 by Elder ago Tho nggrcgato circulation of the TH0S E B W Louisvillo dailies is fivo times what it Elegant Educational Standard Best Most J S Shouse of Lexington Elder World and Most Rapid Sale Trimble to Miss Cora Cossiday both of was at that timo Tho towns which sup Â¬ Useful In the Mr Trimble is an ablo young ported two weeklies then now support HILL 0 MANUAL Social Commercial and this city of the Christian Church and a ono or two dailies The villages which Local Forms Ftundard Authority Newly minister Illustrated Enlarged and Corrected to the eon of the well known capitalist of this then gave sustenance to ono weekly jour- Â¬ Latest Date city J G Trimble Tho bridois a lovely nal now toko caro of two or thrco semi 10 11 DIILI Gives 1000 Portrait HILL 0 ALBUM oo Biographies 1600 Il- young lady and by her training and weeklies Hamlets which merely had a lustrations Bevornl in Colors of Eminent early attained piety is well qualified for corner in somo county paper now have Work and Their Success Very pie In tho wife of n minister and a co worker flourishing weeklies of their own Selling Fast Elegant They addition to this growth of prosperity to whom in tho venoyard of tho MaBtcr AeciiU wanted in every county wo uIvb exclunlvn Territory and Liberal will go to CHlifoniR and will probably thoro has bcon r marked development in Terms elegant pictorial Clrtulitrs Free make that Stato their future homo character Tho papers of Kentucky are Domocrat Sontlruil STANDARD BOOK CO no longer devoted chiefly and mainly td crawblern for PUIUIHERI jprMgistrAtNi blank At UiU oftca politic Hud to tlw potty CHICAGO JOS irate Strfltt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Ilobbixh Paducah Oct 10 Tho sparsely set tied section of Ballard county twenty miles from this place is grcntly excited over tho foullest murder over committed in West Kentucky and armed men nrd searching every nook and corner for thd murderers Mrs Mooro lived in a corn fortablu farm house with her sons Hen ry and James Despito her aga sho wart active and vigorous and performed her The sous left tho hound own housework G oclock going about tho duties oil at the farm leaving tho old lady engaged in cleaning the dishes from tho morning meal One returned about 10 oclock Tho dishes wero all put nwny and thd house was in order but tho woman wad lying in a pool of blood on tho floor of the dining room Tho back of her skull was chrushed the left cyo put out and her throat cut from ear to ear ThcrO was evidence of a severe struggle Thd In tho front room body was yet warm trunk containing 1000 was broken a open and tho money gone and tho horri ble fact that tho aged woman was muf Moon dercd for money established summoned his brother and an alarm wart given throughout tho neighborhood i There was no clew whatever to tho mur dcrcr but every suspicious character irt being closely watched and n dotectivd from Paducah has gone to tho scene Tho Moores are wcllto do farmora and had somo moneythough most of tho mom oy stoen belonged to a peddler named Sim Harvey who made his headquarters there and usually kept considerable cash there It is thought tho parties followed Harvey to tho place If tho right par ties are caught Judge Lynch will have A and Ildrllomti i i li M life1 I t daylight hanging The reduction of internal revenue and tho taking off of revenue stamps from Prnnrwtirv MptlirinC9 no doubt llflfl largely benefited the consumers as well as relieving the ouruen oi nomo manufacturers Especially is this tho case with Grecn8August Flower and Boscheea German Syrup as the reduction of thir ty ix cents per dozen has been added to increase the size of tho bottles containing these remedies thereby giving one fifth more medicine in tho 76 cents size The August Flower for Dyspepsia and Liver1 Complaint and the German Syrup fof Cough and Lung troubles havo perhaps Â¬ Free Trade V i HILLS of unV1 medicines in tllO world Tho ndvantngo of increased sizd of the bottles will bo greatly appreciated by tho sick and afflicted in every town and village in civilized countries Sam4 nlo bottles for ten cents remain mo same tfw inrrrpRt Rain size A Queer Prediction Â¬ IE John Adams left tho Presidential office His son John Quincy Adams in 1801 was Jnauguratou in iao twcniy iour Abraham Lincoln left tho years later iiw wnj Presidential ofilco In 1HG Robert T Lincoln wlil U inaugurated laUr TImd in 1839 twenty four ftaurtwcoiMtltiUfl ftomethlHtt in the Mature of ad historical coiAcldAeMk CUelrtPvHtemt -- T A yr lH i m Mflii ills ifr jselti aii ii f iiiiiitotil i - teM TaaMrtrirfr i mwiwZ P i i J t Hazel Green Herald ho couldnt lenvo tho deck but told mo to come right to 3011 The manner and tone of tho man BPENCKIt COOPER IubMffeor were perfectly quiet as well as respect- Â¬ ful Tho Captains heat was over lie KENTUCKY eyed Ids visitor curiously flAZELGKEEN ftfiirt drink to tho momory of bravo Lopez Crawford Tut dont blush man you deserve it Crawford was still standing Come sir sit down Captain Willis you seem to forgot my position bore 1 cant say I regret the imposition I practiced to leave Ha Â¬ vana on your vessel that was to save my life and any one would have dono it under like circumstances But I felt bound to disclose it as soon as it was safe for mo to do so and also to tell you that you can rely on mo to stand by you on this vo3age just tho samo as you can rely on tho mate and Dick Purvis Now that 1 havo told ou this I am simply a common sailor and a poor enough one too on your bark Ivo been a soldier though I carried a sword under General Lopez but I know what authority and obodi enco arc My place is forward sir Your place is here in this cabin just now and till tho end of the voy Â¬ A fiddlestick on your scruples age sir You saw me teach that rabble on deck this morning who was Captain and by sir Id have you to know -- Cuban Mountains lying blue nnd dim LATE NEWS ITEMS Francis D llnincs tho Now York piano few doyn ago aged manufacturer died sixty live years Tho President has appointed It Y Hidden of Kentucky register of the land tho freedom of Cuba and tho good upon tho horizon the great Pan of Mi health of that young dare dovil Harry tauzas off to tho southwest looming up S LOVE HER STILL With all hor faults I lovo her itlU Who wouldnt Tho trouble Is that wait until Tho protty dear linn talked her fill You couldnt Her nlmblo tongue youll always And I I thought you couldnt speak glish 1 En- Â¬ Bhos always prompt to speak her mind And sharper than the keen March wind Agoing Thats blowing Pj i - - Sho has Ideas on every thing And airs cm Sho loves to hour tho choir sing And thon with comments meant to sting Compares oni Sho talks and talks the livelong day Till night comos And when she goes to sleep thoy say She keep1 on in tho same old way Till light comes With all hor faults I love her still Who The trouble tr w A thnt wait until Tho pretty dour has talked her Job couldnt h wouldnt fill William lfmilt The Captains Money v Tale of Buried Treasure Cuban Revolt and Adventure Upon the Seas UST ftf IBOtJJR PARTS BY JAMES FRANKLIN FITTS Copyright IM7 by Thti A X Ktllogtj Xcictpaper Company TAUT I CIIAlTBR vir rAUDKZ MSB v fc t W Vr t2X fir fiSF SEH fl L l i M - c Hf- - Captain Willis entered his cabin again closed tho door seated himself by tho tablo and leaned his head on both hands Ho had said to tho mate that ho wanted to go below and make sonio preparations beforo ho eamo up to share tho night watch with him What ho really wanted was a fow moments solitude for dcliborato thought And when this man needed to go away by himself and think thero must have been some serious trouble Ho had not boon accustomed to tako His serious thought about uiy thing judgment was generally good his will was always strong and ho was apt to decide upon what seemed tho proper course off hand Thus iio had dono now Hecauso of the vexations and annoyances that were besieging him as an American in Ha Â¬ vana he had decided without reflec- Â¬ tion thnt any thing would bo better than another day of such petty miseries Deliberately ho could hardly have gone to sea with a crew of thieves pi Â¬ rates and refuse of tho city Tho pos Â¬ sible consequences of such a step ought to havo occurred to him lint he had acted hastily almost passion Â¬ ately and tho serious consequences wore upon him beforo darkness of that day One man necessarily slain by his own hand as a mutineer another in irons below with mutiny clashed for the moment but HVoly to break out again at any hour with but two mn in tho vessel upon whom he could de Â¬ pend and ho and they likely to bo worn out by tho watches which this State of things rendered necessary and thus to fall an easy prey to tho others this was the wretched prospect that nppcarcd to tho Captain as ho sat in his could not yesterday because I was in Havana Now were at sea tho language has como back to me A faint intimation of nioro strangfi happenings in store agitated the Cap- Â¬ tains mind He passed his hands through Ins hair shook his head vigor-Â¬ ously as if to clear it and then looked the man straight in the eye Youvo something to tell me ho said Say it quick Captain Willis I want to tell you in the first place that you can depend on mo to stand by you against tho lo of ruffians you havo shipped Im in earnest about this I moan it Yot I must tell you that not one of them nor all of them deceived you as 1 have Tho Captain answered not a word A suspicion of tho strange truth broke upon his mind nnd held him dumb I shipped on your vessel by the namo of Jose Garde that is not my name it is Henry Crawford I said I was born in Cuba of Spanish parents I am in fact an American a native of 1 said I could not New England speak English it is my native tongue though few Americans can speak Spanish better 1 pretended to bo an able seaman all 1 know of seamanship is what I picked up by observing sail- Â¬ ors on several voyages as a passenger 1 was never aboard tho Cid Qunpea dor in my life 1 was never at Cadiz In fact and the speakers voice plainly showed his appreciation of the drollery if I had been tho Spaniard of tho idea that I claimed to be I could not have told you more lies than I did yester- Â¬ day lint what for What object had you in all this masquerading The truth is Captain Willis I wanted to leave Havana immediately in fact thero was tho most pressing necessit for it I knew you or at least I knew who you were I had seen you and heard you talk and I greatly desired to leave in your vessel You never would havo taken me had I frankly told you who I was or rather I never could have been so selfish as to put the burden of that knowledge on you Hence the need of my masquer- Â¬ ading as you call it Do 3ou tell mo that you have scan mo before and heard mo talk Where pray Yesterday at tho Pasco Captain Willis rose excitedly from his chair The man before him removed tho griled hair from his head took tho patch from his eye produced a handkerchief from his pocket which was stained with some brown liquid and wetting it in the water jug rap Â¬ idly removed every trace of tho brono tint from his face Then ho straight Â¬ ened up his shoulders folded his arms and looked quietly at the Captain Great Heavens the escaped pa- Â¬ triot for whom all Havana is soarch- lUj r Theyve had their dinner from the coppers sir and I unshackled that pirato down below long inough to let him eat Very good Mr Hardy Whats going on there forward There being nothing clso for them to do just now sir I set them all to scrubbing tho deck 1 thought it bet ter to have them all in sight together as much as possible Quite correct Mr Hardy and verj thoughtful of you What a sjilendiii breeze ltYvft sir if it holds well be en soundings in twenty four hours Wo will indeed Whats the course Northeast sir Make it another point to tho north Aye aye sir another point to tho north Tell tho cook to bring down sup Â¬ per for two to the cabin in half an hat near the coast The mate came aft and touched his prohibited The National Association of Locul Preachers in session nfc liarrisliurg Pa elected C 13 Stomon of Fort Wayne Ind presi dent for tho ensuing year Tho next con- Â¬ vention wiil bo hold at Columbus O In September lbS Tho trial of Sylvester Grnnda a in tho linddock murder case has boon mdeflnctly continued as has that of all the defendants except tho chief one Tho second trial of John Arcnsdorf has been assigned for November 14 Tho President bus recognized Narclsso Pores Pctinto as Consul or Spain at Savan Â¬ ofllce at Buffalo Wyo It is rumored that Senator Stanford has bought Floods block at Market and Fourth Htrects Kau Francisco for fc75DO0 Tho purchase is said to bo for ttio Central Pacific railroad for depot purposes Tho Dublin Telriraph says that tho gov- Â¬ ernment has decided to enforce tho suppression clauses of tho Coercion bill and thnt over two hundred hrunchos of IhoNa tional Iridh Leuguo will bo immediately Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ it too Tho same at your service Henry Crawford with a smile lAUT I ClIAlTKIl VIII A 5O01 UNDKllSTANOlNO Crawford smiled at the Captains good natured rudeness about half of which ho saw was assumed and no longer hesitated to sit down And hadnt it occurred to you continued the Captain as ho placed tho bottle and glasses on tho table that some of those rascals would be likely to tick a knife into you or You couldnt throw you overboard make them believe very long that you was ever of their kind Hog your pardon sir but theres where youre mistaken Im a pretty good actor as you must havo noticed by this time Let mo go back among the crewand in twenty four hours you shall know just what they want to do and when they propose to do it No the risk is too great Your heart is in the right place young fellow and youre such a man as 1 dont meet once in five years Youve dono quite enough for the present the chances yesterday were about one in a million that youd be nlivo to day and I pro Â¬ pose to havo you tako care of j oursolf now Heres your glass drink hearty uow the toast 1 gave you Provided youll add to it the safety of your good ship and long life to her master As yon say The friendship of the two being thus pledged the Captain said Wait a few minutes till I look at the deck and alter tho course and then you shall tell me all you choose to about yourself Ive nothing to conceal you shall hear the whole sir After the Captain had gone Henry Crawford sat quietly for a few mo Â¬ ments engaged in deep thought His whole life had been eventful remarka- Â¬ bly m and the experience of tho last month the last week tho last two days were such as befall very few men He rapidly reviewed them and then turned to his present situation He was young hope was naturally buoy Â¬ said ant in his breast and gentler thoughts -- MUTINOUS MA NIFKsTATIONS hour Py tho way have you seen Mr Hunter Not since we weighed anchor sir Where can he be Not forward No sir Ivo been all through tho ship forward above and below Confound the fellow whats tho matter with him I really dont know sir Of course you dont And what do you think of our Spanish able seaman now Mr Hardy The Captain smiled broadly with the question and tho two thon exchanged some comments over the strange epi Â¬ sode which it will be unnecessary to repeat The Captain walked forward near where the crew were at work Sullen eves iind angry glances were directed at him as ho passed and one of the negroes shook a list behind his back but all were careful not to bo seen at it Captain Willis went to tho bow and looked over The foam flew before tho cutwater as the bow rapidly cleared the deep Ho looked back and saw tho sails bellying out with the rising breeze and heard tho pleasant creaking of tho spars and cordage ho tins promises a good run soliloiiuied At the head of the cabin stairs ho gave a linal direction to the mate Ill be up in an hour to reliovo you Mr Hardy when you can go be- Â¬ low and get your supper and Ill iind a way to relievo Dick at tho wheel 1 cabin Ho was not given to useless repining shoulder Welcome welcome to tho sir If ho had been ho would havo con Â¬ ho hospitality of tho Nellie Willis demned himself sovorely for his precip Â¬ 4 Tho cabin table had stood between tho two men during this interview Captain Willis walked round it seized his visitor by tho right hand and with his left clapped him heartily on tho itancy His reflections woro interrupted by a rap at tho door lie said Como in nnd Joso Garde entered Captain Willis was of courso in bad humor at this moment and tho sight of this man added to the llamo What tho deuce brought you bore ho shouted Havent you learned f iirVN - 1 am at your service exclaimed every thing on board is at your com Â¬ mand I admiro a bravo man and a braver than you 1 never saw 1 feel as though youd dono 1110 a favor by making me tho means of your escape Perhaps its better that you came in disguise perhaps you couldnt havo fooled thoso hawk eyed officers any other way but you wrong me sir you do indeed when you say I wouldnt havo received you had 1 You dont known who you were know Aaron Willis as you will beforo you see Boston light Tho man who can daro and sudor what vou havo for 1reo Cuba tho follow that has tho blood and pluck to do what you did yesterday and do it successfully I tell you sir hos wolcomo to my friendship all his life and my life if he i jl T T - 3 1 iP- - nym hand Now my lad said tho Cptain A when I have run un on deck for a mo rfV ment to see if ativy thing is going on right with those devils forurd Ill have it long tall with you hero Youll TIIK K30AVKI VATIUOT HKVKALINO want to tell mo all about yourself and lllMSrIK I surely want to hear It Talk about Umt youve no business In my cabin not wanting yon alongl Why yourd just tho man 1 want to help mo man Â¬ ttUwirt iwkaclP I wm HktU r the nmn replied age my riiBCMlly crew that you muw mo MWU wkd ymV Kit make so good a beginning on Ur Hwty dr I went uii to him down there norous the table 1vn got few mUMm am h4 told Um vslat h Mlu of old Milium In mm of my toUrt u4 Mow yovi bvgltt well M will havo it Tho Captains eyes moistened yrith tho warmth of his enthusiasm Houry Crawford was greatly moved by it ami strongly returned tho grasp of his s I -- soon possessed him Wo should like to think him a truthful person but when ho told Captain Willis that he had nothing to conceal ho certainly did not toll the whole truth Prom an inside pocket of his vest the left side of course he took a small pioture ease and opened it In it was a daguerreo Â¬ type such as was produced in thoso days tho picture of a very sweet and very lovely young woman with dark brown hair and deep blue eyes cheeks of beautiful pink and white and a smile which made the heart of tho darÂ¬ ing young patriot beat faster as he re Â¬ membered it Just thon ho heard the Captains feet descending tho stairs he pressed his lips to tho pictured face and replaced it next his heart where it had lain in all his perils Tho tablo was quite near the half opened door of tho cuddy anil Craw- Â¬ fords chair was still nearer In his eagerness to hear and see all that oc Â¬ curred tho concealed listener had left tho shelter of tho curtain and now stood behind this door Peering around it his eyes were not livo feet from Craw fowls hand as he leaned his chair back and held up the picture togaouponit Tho cold sinister eyes of the spy also aaw it and he recognized it Un Â¬ bounded madness filled his evil heart at the sight From that instant the dark schemes against Captain Willis that woro working in his brain began to embraco Henry Crawford also And tho Intense desire to hoar overy thing that was yet to be said In the cabin Ho would not pohnesscd Louis Hunter retire to tho curtain again hut at tho groHtor rink of dUcovery ho kept his plnco behind the door When the Captain reached tho deck again ho unused a moment to survey the maguilleent sceuo around him Tito htm wax low in the west ami lighted up tho vast opunrto of water which wmi now iitfltutod by fresh Winterly lireen which swelled thu tmlU Hud diovn the bark rapidly on her yowrsv 1ur ort to thu wutlt wwro tku j J think wed better both keep the deck to night while things are so uncertain aboard and tho bark is making such speed Woll nap it on and ofl as it happens Aye aye sir Again in tho cabin Captain Willis produced some Havana cigars and settled himself to hoar tho guests story 1 must talk fast said Crawford so I had better not smoke now And I should havo said beforo that I havo learned enough aboard ship to under Â¬ stand the trick of the wheel pretty well I know youd like to have help thero for Ivo seen and heard enoujrh to know that theres only two aboard that you can trust beside me bo Good Thank you Your help will worth overy thing to us just now Im afraid wo shant get much sleep for a week well bo in tho Pahama channel to night and on soundings sometimo to morrow if this wind holds and then Purvb will havo to bo busy with tho lead Hut let that go now tho Irish have a saying that I like which is Miever bid tho devil good morning till you meet him1 to ui covriNiKi Maggies brother asked mo to kiss him uiHiumii Well of course you did notP No L didnt hear Jin Then how do you know he tlon agauiHt thotii Bllloter a uinrrlrd puddlor linked you Well I didnt hoar MiJohn Ind had his wyoa iliUd Willi molten mM him oify dus n little bill I didnt hear niotnl by un dxplnmon In tha Central roll Mm nuf to go to Mm mamma Hus Â¬ hi utkll tho othor day Ills sight is uoad mid his face badly hurried ton CammQHHHuilth Acting Secretary Muldrowha uranWw It U not good form now to miyi poriiuinon under corlulB rontrlcllcns t Ih fllvo im it Tho coriwt tliliiy thu Fairinount CHttlo Company In the wmI titan Territory to ko Into OkUuowa lit Apply Uiw dubUiV tftky therefrom luolr atmy cattle At the election hold in Davidson County tho other day to autlxnlzo the subscription of foOOOOO to tho Midland i ailway the proposition was defeated bv only 500 votes The Louisville Nashville who control nil tho lines of road running into Nnshvlllc opposed the subscription Tho New York Produce Kxchaugc by a vote of Sia to ST decided to hold continuous sessions from ten a m to three p m herein tor Tho miners having been grntitod their de- Â¬ mands tho Union Coal Companys collieries at Shamokln Pa with tho exception of tho Hickory Swamp mine havo re-Â¬ sumed work Mudge wholesale The stock of Doblcr paper dealers PiUtimore was totally de stroyed bv lire Loss 00000 Reports have boen received from Malaga stating that thero has been a grout earth- Â¬ quake there It caused a panic among the inhabitants but did little damage During a festival which took place at Rome the othor day four bombs were throivn in front of tho Vatican one of which entered tho Papal barracks Henry Brewster the noted enrnago man Â¬ ufacturer New York city died a few days ago aged sixty three He was a direct de scendant of the Brewster who came over in the Mavllnwer M I Ball United States Attorney for Alaska ded on the steamer Ancou while en route to Seattle V T His body was shipped to Washington Mrs Ball accom- Â¬ panied tho remains The schedules in tho assignment of William T C5rovcstcen nnd George H Pell stock brokers of Now York city who made an imsignment to Philip W Harding show libilitios ilTOtiJli nominal assets S3Sf7iy3T4 actual assets SSJJ SlJOS A sensation was caused in political circles at Rochester N Y the other evening by the appearance of Rev J A CopelaBd at tho Union Labor Club meeting He avowed himself for tho Georpo movement Mr Copeland has been one of tho leading Prohibition workers and last year was tho candidate of thnt party lor Congress Hon Will A Strong Secretary of State of Louisiana from 1ST0 to lfeM has been convicted or embezzlement at Baton Rouge Strong was the custodian of tho ticket pa Â¬ per required by law to be used in State elections nnd iio collected from candidates about S4oi which bo failed to turn over to the State Ho will appeal to the Su- Â¬ preme Court Counsel for tho New York City Progres- Â¬ sive Labor party applied to Judge Van Brunt for an alternate mandamus to re quire the police commissioners to appoint tho men proposed by that party for inspect- ors of election Judge Van Brunt declined to do so but intimated that ho might grant an order to show cause It Is probable that such an order will be asked for A Savannah Ga dispatch states that Captain Stephen Lozuir master of tho schooner Bccbe committed FUieitle in his rsom en board that vessel tho other day He had been suffering from dyspepsia and was worried about tho delay in loading tho vessel His home was in Ilackensack N J where ho owned consldeiable property and has grown children He was lifty three years old A letter has been received from Henry M Stanley dated Juno S3 He savs that at Yamkombo thero wore five hundred slave traders half of whom refused to pay allegiance to Tippoo Tib and iholattur reluctant to light with old friends asked the assist-Â¬ ance of tho Stato troops to unliold his au- Â¬ thority as Governor of tho country Stan Icy declares that ho is confident that Tip- Â¬ poo Tib will prove himself worthy of tho trust reposed in him Stanley writes that ho himself would soon leave tho place ho was in and bo unheard of for several months Jack Dobosc tho negro arrested on sus- Â¬ picion or murdering tho Wool folk family at Canton Ga has confessed his guilt Hlo motive was revenge for alleged ill treat- Â¬ ment by Captain Wool folk Doboso claims thnt ho did not actually kill the people but three negro accomplices entered tho houso nnd committed the butchery whilo Dcboao watched outside Ho says he saw Tom Woolfolk jump from u window nnd run for his life Tom who has been undor arrost for the erlmo will doubtless bo released Mr Timothy Harringtons senrching ex- Â¬ amination of tho constables and polico wit- Â¬ nesses at Mitchollstown Ireland Is excit- Â¬ ing widespread comment in tho Tory papers Tho polico viciously resont his sharp queries and presume unon the gov ernment supporting them in tho matter despite tho damaging admissions mado by them It Is buspoctcd that m thu uvent el an indictment for murder pgainst tho police that Cluer Secretary Balfour will nquojoh it and provont any legal trial In this case it is feared that tho people will tuko thoÂ¬ law into thotr own hands and lynch tho ob noxious ofilcors no high runs tho ludlgua Tonn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nuh Un rttu Vd ft m 1 to luncheon with tho Comto do Bouto- Â¬ reckoning had arrived nml Choquart was bout on finding out whether Ins former Turk had paid tho funeral draft SPENCEU COOPER Publisher lfwould doubtless bo a vain quest indorsed six months previously by his to seek nowadays for a single repre Â¬ wife KENTUCKY sentative of this tho If soliloquized Choquart HAZEL GREEN defunct race of duel- Â¬ roguo is still alive Ill cut off both his ists a race to which Choquart evident- Â¬ Im justified la so SONG ly belonged Ho must havo had an- Â¬ cars you know doing am I not cestors among tho exquisites of tho Go not O perfect Day I Of courso you arc nvy doar fellow reign of Louis XIII tho swash-buckleODay fco beautiful so foldcn bright But lot mo ask tho thing occurred A ltttlo longer stayl of tho Hotel do Hoyaumont or tho Boon In thy westorn window fades tho light splendid corps of musketeers of Louis long ago didnt it and in the carnivalÂ¬ I Sooncomos tho Night And again what did tho felDolayl XV Choquarts mania for dueling season low do to warrant such a foudP Go not O perfect Day his ovor reeurring provocations to de- Â¬ Just What did ho do tho villain cide a difference at tho sword1 point Go not doar Life away I I was at a onos cheerful friend and guest of mado of him a public character and listen and Ill tell you Dear Life yore his reputation was perhaps heightened masked ball givon at tho Honaiesanco Â¬ A llttlo longer stay 1 walked into tho greenTheater Boon wilt thou steal from us and shut tho rather than diminished by tho fact room in my dress suit I am spare of door that his most tcrriblo challenges woro And como no moro limb as you oan see Suddenly a Turk unablo to withstand tho olleV of a Delay of me and peaceful solution over a bowl of punch stopped directly in front Go not dear Life awayl bawled out Halloo thero goes tho Trowbridge in LipplncoWs Maga Robertson His guileless talk and southern accent tho zine his peculiar way of lisping and othor Fat Ox Make way please for Everybody roared at this Fat Ox plrysical oddities gave to his daily A FAMOUS DUELIST downright vexed as you Odyssey a smack of the most genuine sally I was So I mado up to him may suppose comic buffoonery My merry friend at noon and said Some Interesting Storlos of n When the mania for fighting was shall bo iidead man Noted Fronoh Firo Eator strong within him it was dillicult to to morrow vonthe wrong certainly I He was in evado his mood Ono day ho would so invidious a Dueling is not an ancient institu- Â¬ cuter a coffee house take his seat and pleaded to insinuato comparison between a thin mai like tion No traces of it are to be found say to a near neighbor you and o fat ox but-- 1After you the Figaro please11 among any of the nations of anti- Â¬ Wo had reached our destination Sir the other would politely re- Â¬ Entering the shop we camo upon M quity Tho mcdhoval trial by brute force would seem to have been the spond it is not tho Figaro but tho Ballu the upholsterer who all budding foundation of tho modern duel Tho Constitulionncl that I am reading lie and blooming was busy working at a Old you would give mo tho parcel of goods first recognition of singlo combat as a would you Take care sir or by Oh thats your Uttlo game is itf Tegular judicial proceeding is to bo Heavens Pll teach you better man Â¬ began Choquart as soon as he set eyes found in the laws of Gundebald ners Youro his intended victim King of tiic Burgundians at the begin- Â¬ On another occasion ho would intro- Â¬ on But 1 thought as much alive then ning of the sixth century Tho prac- Â¬ duce a like scene after this fashion you dont play tho monkey with mo Now dont keep staring at me in tice spread rapidly a mong the warlike any longer Mister Turk youve caught in tho reign of Charle that offensive way please Franks and tho wrong sow by the oar this time expostulated tho customer I magno three hundred years later lot mo toll you it had become so universal that not Lord bless me sir I didnt even see Monsieur Choquart exclaimed the only tho parties in a common suit at you I was looking the other way And merchant Oh then I am a liar am 1 law but tho witnesses and even the Yes sir my name is Choquart judges wore constantly summoned to Choquart would rise from his seat in a Choquart do you hear sir wholl mortal combat in support of the jus threatening attitude Your this tomfoolery havo Even the most peaceful persons could wife nonoof is she your wife tico of their cause tho truth of their Shes here testimony or tho uprightness of their scarcely put up with such insolence young and pretty but wants to run a decisions This manner of trial was They felt like tucking up their sleeve rig upon me Your wife I say averred afterward restricted by Louis VII to and knocking Choquart down Nor that you were on your last legs and the decision of criminal accusations of did ho fail at times lp meet with his would lie dead as a herring in less civil causes when as shown 13 tho deserts Ho more than once stumbled than six months and hero you are ordinauco ho rendered in 11G8 the ob- Â¬ on a Tartar His best known scrape alivo and kicking Now is that the that way is worth relating Choquart way you keep your engagements ject of tho dispute exceeded fivo sols or cents in value fivo cents in those ono day entered a court yard to chal Â¬ rojomed Ah Monsieur Choquart days being of course a much larger lenge a master builder who was pump Â¬ the merchant who had soniowhat re Â¬ ing water at a fountain Tho master covered from his first fright 1 havo sum than it is to day These laws and customs arc the builder looked up surprised caught been ill very ill indeed Youll never sources of tho duel and it is from this hold of Choquart by the scruff of his see me don the Turkish garb again ancient practice of making the sword neck doubled him up put him under Tis over now So let me ask you to the scale of justico that tiic modern the pump and soured him like a dead forgive and forget any improper thing duel modified from timo to time has rat I 11113 have said on that eventful Tho story of Chorjuarts advontures descended to us Single combat as a night judicial proceeding did not however would fill a volume but I will relateÂ¬ not One moment said Choquart survive the fifteenth century and with only one wherein I acted as his sec quite so fast please Do not tender its gradual disappearance tho modern ond vour excuses in the regular form One night at a masked ball Cho Â¬ duel became the recognized moans of Faith I dont quite understand vindicating ollended honor Italy was quart quarreled with a Turk Cards what form that is But this 1 know tbo first great field for this modified were oxchanged Tho following day for 1 have inquired about you and Thence tho rage Choquart with his two seconds went learned that you are a right good fel- Â¬ fcingle combat spread with redoubled fury into to his adversarys house Tho Turk of low Come 1 havo a roasted leg of France Spain and Great Britain In the previous evening turned out to be mutton with kidiic3 bcans Will you upholsterer who carried England wo hear little of it before the a well-to-d- o me you on business in the Saint Martin quar- Â¬ do me the honor to dine with Hut it profligate days of tho Stuarts and your friend My wife will be Â¬ is France that allbrds tho most detailed ter On entering the premises Cho- overjoyed Aglae why dont you quart inquired after M Hallu and authorized records of dueling Horo is M Choquart who ac Â¬ come asked a What caul do for you The French Kings and Parliament long to dino with us young and pretty woman who came cepts an invitation le- Â¬ maintained its formal and practical Of course 1 nodded assent whilo it gality Henry II presided with his forward from the back of tho shop Â¬ Stuff and nonsense 1 dont like was not over difficult to read on Cho wholo court at tho combat between M quarts rolaxing countenance that tho do LaChataigneraio and M do Jarnae jokingin matters of serious importance roasted leg of mutton had found tho 1 come for an caused by a scandal which terminated My name is Choquart way to his heart in tho death of La Chalaigncraic affair of honor A gentleman shouldnt added M Ballu who Then again when do Jarnae his hands yet reeking bo mado to wait in this manner Your now felt that he had tho game in his with his kinsmans blood raised them husband is an ill bred dog I havo a certain Madeira Oh excuse me now I know what own hands Not unto to Heaven and exclaimed I havo to say about which I should like to havo3our mo O Lord but unto Thy name be brings you This is what opinion Monsieur Choquart Charles IX was the last My husband went out yesterday to thanks You havo no Madeira sir retort Â¬ French King who presided at one of spend the carnival and it lias made ed Choquart with a deep irown over blood these exhibitions so ho was also the him ill He is in bed and spits remarked Choquart his C3elids Dear me first who sought to cheek the practice Hut what a by naming a Court of Honor for tho turning toward his seconds ex- Â¬ I say 3011 have noMadeirasir blood did 3 011 satisfaction of offenses committed mischance He spits claimed the duolist raising his voice against its laws In Henry IV1 s say Alas yes sir answered tho young and gesticulating like a madman reign and in defianco of his edicts in- Â¬ And please take notice that lam not affected flicting tho ponalty of death on all du- Â¬ woman who seemed much he has not six to be contradicted on this point I elists thero fell in duels no fewer than and the doctor says that havo drunk lint ono glass of genuino four thousand of his subjects while up months to live Madeira during tho whole courso of wont on repeating Dear me wards of fourteen thousand pardons Jwas at theTuilorie3 Yes Choquart spitting blood How shall my life wore granted for fighting sir I had just recovered from sick-Â¬ About half way up tho Rue do Jour we settle matters then Hasnt six ness and was on duty at the Kings near tho Sainte Eustacho Church in months to live Well niadame Im dinner A glass of Madeira having Paris is an old house rendered con- Â¬ not a bad fellow whatever others may been poured out for Louis XVIII his 1 spicuous by a wido porch and extensive think Now listen to what havo to Majest3 turning toward the cup- Â¬ stock-in-traThis two say We are in January arent we bearer said Hand that to Choquart ot china centuries ago was the Hotel do lloy Just so Well Ill givo your husband and givo him 1113 compliments Do anmont built by Phillippo Hurault six months to be buried in I shall call six months 3ou hoar mo now Bishop of Chartes and Abbe of Iloyau around and pay my respects But Monsieur Choquart I assuro mont Later on it was occupied by hence If in July nest your husband you treat him as Fnfncois do Montmorency Comto do isnt dead and buried Ill I svy that 3011 havo no Madolra Boutovillc who mado it a general a knavo and deceiver and placard his sir screeched Choquart who had rendezvous for tho duolists of Paris name in all tho barracks of Paris Ids hand This threat which constantly foil grown furious and brought wooden Alltho gontlomon of tho court eager force on the down with terrific Â¬ to challcngo an of their peers over from Choquarts lip3 was a reminis- counter If you onco more dare to life Tho thought Bomo lovo intrigue or who for some cence of his soldier say that 3011 havo Madeira wino Ill personal motivo looked daggers at never suggested itself that an uphol tear jour head clean off from your each other on tho Placo lloyalo or tho storer might not care the jinglo of a shoulders And what else did 3011 say Cour la Heine met at tho mansion in brass farthing whether his namo were had tho Huo du Jour Horo thoy were hos- Â¬ placarded or not in all the barracks of 3ou Well said tho morchnnt who was pitably received and entertained they tho country at ths sudden fit Ono lino afternoon in July of that soniowhat staggered woro offered t cold collation with a leg of tutton with of passion Ive wines and liquors beforo entering tho samo year Choquart took hold of my kidiu3 bcans tho Variotes coffee house and lists and thoso who hail forgotten to arm at asdd Choquart A leg of mutton bring weapons woro provided with a said 1 voico thats good in a soft tono of Como along with me old boy goodly soleotion of polished stool But Im confident Â¬ when well roasted I realThroughout thu morning thoro was an havo a small matter which up without furthor loss of twill bo ovordono Have 3ou got such Incessant clash of blades oaoh thrust ly must clear a thing as a spit and parry boing watched with Intense timo A spit I should say I had burst took a rood whlohlod toward tho Wo interest by vctoratiH who after old M Hallu with kindling oyos 119 wo out and Hcoros had boon wiped off and tho Snlnt Mnrtlii quarter Only just pas thin way guntlosnen along Choquart untmiul cir rpaldont surgeon had bandaged tho walked of and o for yourovu combatants wounds woro Invited Mimstnntlally Into tho particulars of Thu merchant let m Into 11 ttnmfor- with tin duolUU mid their secomU tho case Tho uuhoUtour4 duv flAZEL GHEEN EEKALD villc rs 1 Â¬ nblo back shop which answered tho purpose of a dining room There on tho ltoarth in fijont of a bright blazing fire a lino log of mutton mnjcstiqnlly turned on a spit liko a planet round the sun That looks nice remarked Cho- Â¬ quart after a moment of silent con- Â¬ You aro not nltogothcr templation nn idiot A man who knows tho worth of a spit desorvos to live But why dont you basto our leg of mutton So saying Choquart took up tho ladlo and began pouring over tho moat tho rich stoaming julco At that moment tho merchants wifo camo in Ah good d13 niadame good da3 to 3ou said Choquart as ho leant over and deluged tho savor3 roast Well you sco what has happened Your husband isnt dead after all Doar me how shall wo got to arrango Tis very provoking tho matter very Alas sir twas a sovoro trial God His goodness has spared his life I in trust tho lesson will bo of service to tho danger but danger had apeetal i traotlon for him Ho pocketed ti gold pieces and said to Moutou m Iw did so Never mind wo aro not quits yet Tho first timo I receivo my ponslon you shall got 3our oars boxed all th same Choquart however was nevor able to command so fabulous a sum aa twenty louis at any ono timo nor to wroak righteous vongoanco on tho of- Â¬ fender who had insulted and slandorcd Boston Courier Translation his King from the French oAugttstc Villemot THE CONSTITUTION mmcttUlo Knoountvroil by tho Fnuner Tho constitution of tho United Statoa is so brief and so simplo that somo of our readers may very naturally won Â¬ der why it should havo boon so difficult to mako Tho convention which formed it numbering at first fifty eight mombors sat from tho closo of May to tho 17th of Soptombor 1787 Anablor body of statesmon has perhaps novor assembled and they labored with in tonso and anxious concentration of Yot tho effort for nearly four months result of their exertions was a docu- Â¬ ment of short and easy paragraphs that could bo printed in two or throo of thoso columns and slowly read in less than an hour But consider tho knotty questions involved in each of thoso quiet simplo littlo sontoncos Tho first section of tho first articlo sot tied ono of tho most porploxlng of them all by ordaining that Congross should consist oilwo houses Now tho inconveniences of having two logtola tivo bodies were about as well known to tho mombors of tho convention as thoy can bo to us Thoso inconveniences aro groat and Tho con volition had to numerous consider tho obstructive and oxtrcmc ly conservative charactor of tho Brit- Â¬ ish Houso of Lords Thoy had also to weigh tho probablo consoquoncos of confiding all tho law making power to a single houso Hero was a groat ques- Â¬ tion not yet finally settled perhaps Tho short paragraph which sottlod it in the United States for aceutmy con- Â¬ tains tho result of countless hours of study reflection and discussion Then again there was tho question so important to Ithodo Island Now Jersey and Delaware How shall tho smaller States bo protected against tho superior power and wealth of tho In the Continental Congress larger thoy had voted by Statos a systora which had made Delawares vote of equal weight witli that of Virginia a concession felt by tho larger Statos to bo unjust unwise and not to bo on On this rock tho convention durod nearly wont to pieces and it was only after somo weeks of most anxious and wo may truly say agonizing discus- Â¬ sion that tho convention roachod tho cxpediont of having tho Statos equally represented in tho Sonato but repre Â¬ sented according to population in tho House A fearfully dillicult matter to arrango grow out of slaveiy No 0110 was will- Â¬ ing to havo tho odious word slave or any of its derivatives in tho constitu- Â¬ tion of a country claiming to bo and moaning to be tho freest undor tho sun But tho slaves existed thorq woro supposed to bo a million of thora Thov woro an element of nowor and in somo of tho Southern Statos thoy woro too important not to bo consid orod in tho conditions of union jM 11 ir tho liiroitipiirnbla Document it u God in His goodness went on muttering Choquart well But we little difllculty asycL said I now Choquart Come sharpby interrupting him pretty wovo had enough on that score M Ballu has tendered you his host ox cuses in my presence and cordialty in- Â¬ vited you to dinner What moro do 3ou want said Choquart still Dear me fascinated by tho leg of mutton I do think it is beginning to burn at tho joint Tho difllculty was now over and tho duelist complete disarmed Wo all Choquart rocountored had dinner his duels to the upholsterer and drank spurious with great gusto his Maderia m Thats all very havont settled our n Â¬ For Choquart died in povcrt3 over twonty years ho had lived on a small pension granted him by tho how-Â¬ When Comto do Chambord ever ho received fivo hundred francs his wont was to give his friends a sup Â¬ per which cost tho same sum so that on certain days of tho year ho wont supperless to bed Still ho was punctilious in 11101103 matters Another chapter will throw light on this side of his charactor Several years ago wo woro supping after midnight at tho Vaudeville coffee-house Among thoso present were Bouffe the lesseo and manager of tho Vaudovillo Theater Brilfaut tho jour- Â¬ nalist Dr Lallemand who was tho proprietor of tho Passage Hadziwill an old notary of the name of Dubois Arinand Marrast then a writer on the staff of tho Tribune an old sheriffs officer called Mouton and Choquart Tho latter had as usual grown ten Â¬ der over the fato of tho Princes belong-Â¬ ing to tho older line and Mouton the sheriffs officer whoso political sym Â¬ pathies inclined toward the Republic wont so far as to si3 that Charles X was an old idiot At this Choquart palo with rage rose from Ids seat and said to Mouton 1 havo taken an oath to slap the face of any man who insults my 1 shall now therefore slap King yours The situation was exceedingly grave ami ovoi3 body felt drcadfulh uncom- Â¬ fortable Choquart suddenly slopped short and said Dear mcl I owo Mouton a louis and can not striko him without first reimbursing tho 11101103 It would bo ungcntleiiianly in mo to act otherwise Briffaut lend 1110 a louis will you that I may slap Moutons faco answered Brif-Â¬ I havo no change faut Bouffe quick lend mo a louis that 1 mii3 cull Moutons ears replied Bouffe My dear Choquart shall bo only too happy to lend you I four times the amount outside of this place but I can not lend 3011 a louis for the purpose 3011 mention At that moment I enterod tho coffee- Â¬ house Ah hero comes Vilomot ex- Â¬ i ti Jte n H de claimed Choquart and bounding to Â¬ Lend ward mo ho said hurriedly Quick I want to box mo a louis Moutons oars and delicacy requires that I should first givo back the louis I owo him was at a loss to make out what ho I meant loud it dont lend it cried thoso who woro prosont out At that lime of life especially I had a strong reluctance to lend a louis so Dont I drew back Tho most amusing part of tho story is that Bouffe persuaded Mouton to believe that ho was nolongorinsafoty A louis you see is no largo sum Choquart is bound to said Hon lie and ho havo a sparo ono somo do3 Youllfs Companion If I woro will carry out his threat you I should land him twenty louis Oh pray lot mo have ny way hell never ho able to give buck ho largo a sum and 3011 are safo for tho rest of this timo said a young gentleman t Well Willis I aup your life his lady lov 80 after supper Mouton offered to poe I must this one but you kHow lend ClmrmnrL twonty louis who was that after we are marked I hU hart diimfrtiindwl wt tho nrnnomil Ha ww a WIU of my own Jhrtwt tt --- South Carolina with her slaves counted out would havo been so in Â¬ significant a member of tho Unlonthat sho never could havo willingly joined it with that proviso On tho othor hand how could tho free statos con- Â¬ cede to tho slavo Stales an added weight in the Union proportioned to the number of their slaves and this without so much as using tho offenslvo and incongruous word At tho samo time tho Northorn States whoro slaves woro few for thoro was hardly a Stato in which thero woro not some slaves wcro compensated by adding tho representatives to the word Tho South words and diroct taxes was to have its slavos counted in mak- Â¬ ing up tho representation in each State but it must also pay for them This was tho hardest problem tho convention had to solve and thoy solved it in tho way which upon tho whole was best for the timo Wo need not shrink from tho avowal that this de- Â¬ vice of Articlo 1 Section 2 which allowed tho Sonlhorn Statos to count fivo slaves as thrco whito pooplo Jn tho appointment of roprosentatlvoaand diroct taxes was tho least compromis- Â¬ ing compromise that was possible then Tho dreadful word howover Tho slaves came was not omplocd in at tho end of an enumeration as a three fifths of all other persons dainty dovico worthy of Dr Franklin r n i ft m pTrwwwiiKiroHTniwffi nnniniiirj Hazel Qbeen Hebald PUBLISHED BY SPENCER COOPER It is reported hero that Mr Hunting ton says that if Mt Sterling will do her S A rail Â¬ duty he will extend tho K road to Hazel Green by the first of March Now let the Mt Sterling people do their duty like little men and we will call them blessed GENERAL NEWS ran1 Subscription Money to Accompany tlto Namo - SI a Yoar Editor mfl ec t eaiqi ji Manufacturers of Best English Steel Circular and Long TMMMMFP Afi C5TOaTOras w 3 mi -- - EOTffi ciro ysG assess m ai fifiPOTP n Tr SPENCER COOPER if l Friday HAZEL GREEN KY Frank James tho notorious exontlaw October 21 1887 SAWS ALSO DEALERS IN I fr m h Tho approaching election in tlio Stato is said to be dying at Dallas Texas whither ho went six months ago of New York is one of peculiar interest Mrs E R Burns living near Flem And is being closely watched by politi Â¬ ingsburg Ky was fatally injured by cians all over the country That Stato being thrown from her buggy Tho being tho homo of PitnitiDEOT Cleve- Â¬ horse was frightened by a train and be eamo unmanageable land aud its electoral vote being neces Cattle aro dying so fast in the vicinity pary to his election next year makes the of Nicholasville Ky with an unknown fight tho moro interesting to Democrats disease that the farmers believe it tho Tho Republicans have placed at the head result of poison Georgo W Goodc lost four valuable mules in one day of their ticket Col Fked Gkant who The barn of Simpson Vice at Grange is tho son of his father and his name City Fleming county was destroyed by alone will attract thousands of voters firo last week The fire was started by a And then tho Labor party with Henry boy who was monkeying with matches in George at tho head may cut a big fig- some straw Lobs 2000 no insurance The Insane Asylum at Cleveland O ure If ho shows any great strength tho was partially destroyed by fire on tho party that can defeat him will get the 12th mst and seven of the inmates all votes Tho Democrats will throw their women were burned or smothered to votes to the Republican candidate rather death Several others were badly injured Mrs Nancy Hedges a widow aged than allow George to win and the Re- forty five dropped dead at her home in publicans would join tho Democrats to Hillsboro on tho 13th inst She had prevent his election Tho conservative been in perfect health and had raised her hand to clement in tho city of New York the she instantly frighten away a dog when expired capitalists and property holders are Near Kansas City Mo last week a afraid of the George party and are for fast express truin ran into an accommo- Â¬ dation train and killed one lady passen- Â¬ anybody to beat him ger and wounded several others The The Prohibitionist also have a ticket carelessness of tho train dispatcher is said in tho field bnt it is not expected to de- Â¬ to be tho cause of the accident velop any great strength at this election A frightful railroad wreck occurred Their votes will come mostly from the at Kouts Ind on tho 11th inst in Repulicaus while the Labor party will which nine persons were killed and mnny others wounded A heavy freight train draws heaviest from the Democrats dashing into a passenger train while the Tho New York Herald an independent latter was taking water caused tho dis- Â¬ Â¬ Files Cummers Swages Emery Wheels Leather and Gum Belting nt tho Oar Circular Saws atanil at tho headtemper market on their moms in worknmuBulp ami quality of xtcol AIao n full totighncsn and elasticity of lino oi jrrencii iinnii sawn in biock 01 our own niirmiion Work fully warrunted and at Eock Bottom Prices IB il LARGE CIRCULAR SAWS A Trice List SPECIALTY Send for with Ucst Discounts 1 4 2TA11 mid will have orders sent to J T our best attention F Day Hazel Green Ky for new 9 in 7 Vine and 36 Watr Streets repair work or saws for CBftCBftSSUATE O tmjmmimwMmm will be promptly forwarded to us To every person who will send us cash and nine subscribers we will send The Herald one year free will save money Get your blanks at this office and you NEW P I FRESH AND myii wmMBuna my41y a CLEAN ANNOUNCEMENT Â¬ CINCINNATI ENQUIRER FOR 1888 An epoch lu tho hiatory of American politics that promises sorlouu and radical changes In the past and present schomes of tho I propose to sell them Cheaper for Spot Cash than ever before known in this market Call on me and you can Save Big Money Ill divide profits with you Qa B SWAR5CO tho present clay It 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 Ilats and Caps Queensware Hardware Groceries Drugs Saddlery and a variety of articles too numerous and too tedious to mention BAFAHNESTOCKS 1 ZSTTADLISniCO I8J7 It Is now nearly rr sine tbli medicine was offered as remedy for Worms and from that dm It remitatlon baa stoadllr Increased until af almost utilTernnlly acknowledKeu throughout nearly ell parts of the world to be the to yean aren ortfln loo if nnir anri mriein rmm other came than worms and spasms are most frequently tho result of tbeso hidden sapper and miners When tnay are lmtaDie ana rornnsn sometimes craYing rood and rating raTenoujly again refusing wholesome diet tossing restlessly In sleep moaning and grinding the teeth then bo assured these nyraptoms aro indications of child has been laid in the grave when tho disease which caused lu death has been en tlrely misunderstood and when worms havo really been the causo It haa brerr proved beyond cavil that worms1 Bin from earliest Infancy therefore parents cspeclally mother who aro more constantly wltn their cnimren cannot t too observing or tho Jlrtt tymptom oirormjf or so surely as they exist they can bo taftly and tptedilv removed from the mott deHcatt infant by the timely use oi u a rannosiocKS vermuaa Physician do not bosltato to recommend It and use It In their practice and many of tho most eminent of toe proresmon trom an parui or tne country trsury to us uniform succesa in fact n n It has fre- quently been given to children as a safe purgative not suspecting the cause of tne ill or worm- - wero aiscnargea ana immediate roller anoraen uroatcAutlon must bo used by every purchaser to be hi own judge In one sense and to ezamlno every bottle he buys of It The simple name ot FAllNzarocK li not sumcient tie must iooic cioseiy ana careruuy to boo that tno initials axe m A rxHNSsrocr and be suu-flrd with nothlai olen Nw YnixnTK nowjiuo Co Ma Mo CAXDBTDas Messrs J E Schwartr Co lHIUburg iti TUrln naed the original D A Fahnestock Venr Uentltmrnl have nid some of that most excellent f ugo in my practice for many yean I have no hesi Â¬ remedy I A Fahneatocka Vermifuge and found it to tancy in rocommendlng it as a remedy which ia aftr have the desired effect I thlnlc yonr vermifuge can reliable and efficient In ail coses whero a Vermifuge t not safely bedlspensed with In anyfamlly worms Many a helpless paper with Democratic tendencies has come out squarely for Grant All par- Â¬ ties aro thoroughly organized and making a spirited canvassind no doubt a large voto will be polled On account of tho bear ing this election will have on tho Presi Â¬ dential noxt year the result will be looked for with intense interest You should avoid all medicines which cause you horrid griping pains they destroy the coatings of the stomach and may make you an invalid for life tho mild power is tho best Dr J H Mc Â¬ Leans Little Liver and Kidney Pillets will euro chills and fover biliousnes etc 20 cents a vial Sold by G 11 Swango JIazcl Green Tho Prohibition party of Tennessee though defeated aro by no means dis- Â¬ couraged and tho fight for temperance will 10 renewed with increased vigor The Methodist Conference in session at Knoxville and the Tennessee tttiptist Association in session at Jonesville have passed resolutions demanding a general local option law At tlw oleelion in Sep tember on a prohibition amendment to ho Constitution oror 100000 votes were polled by tho temperance people This largo vote is enough to encourage tho Prohibition party to redouble their ofk forts in another struggle against the liquor traffic Tho prohibition senti Â¬ ment is growing rapidly and it is evident that the Prohibition party is destined soon to play an important part in AmerÂ¬ Â¬ aster Buyers and Sellers of legislation and Political Favor Â¬ VERMIFUGE j w CO needed iivuuAiut a u SUCCESSORS TO B Ar Fahnestock Coi THOS H HANDY MD LaBt week near Henderson Ky Geo Of wealth produced 80 per cent to tho non- cent for tno actual pro W Lively committed suicide by hang Â¬ Sroducor una 20 per division between unequal ing himself He had been gambling and losing a considerable amount of money AND LABOR and it is supposed that this is the cause CAPITAL Tho Labor Field has been carefully kept open of his rash act He was about fifty years promiscuous immigration comers of age Henry Boutet Ludlow railway scraper and lev elor John Fisher Louisville harness saddle and pad Matthew Hinduiajch Casey ville gate Jason Sanders Gordons ville draft attachment for harrows John E Watson assignor to International Electrical Company Louisville operat- Â¬ ing with electrical conductors Elijah Mahaffey seventeen years old was killed by being caught in the cogs of a cane mill at Winchester Ohio last week The mill was taken apart and the mangled remains of the lad were taken out A hole was torn in his right chest that penetrated through his body grind Â¬ ing the heart and lungs and stripping the flesh from his right arm Tho cogs were auovo tnc uoy a ncau and now lie was caught in tho mill is it mystery Tho body of a man was caught float Â¬ ing in the river near Ironton Ohio on the 12th inst Squire Kline was notified ventors the past week as follow Patents were issued to Kentucky in and all pauper labor has been contracted for and ported In order that competition would cheapen the cost of labor and force it to accept any prico offered whllo EVERY AVENUE OP COMPE- Â¬ Â¬ for not only enconraged but tho very worst foreign ImTITION HAS BEEN EFFECTUALLY CLOSED IN THE INTERESTS OF MONOPOLIES AND CORPORATIONS AND MANUFACTURERS CAPITAL Thus it is tho IE loursfcc SCHWARTZ Pittsburg Pa solo Proprietors Rich Grow Richer and the Poor Poorer A Money Power has dictated legislation tho administration of Justice both Stato National to such an extent as to render Elective Fmnchlso a nullity If not a force elected officials mero ilguro hcads and and the and illullilU ifilu ufiiU lu liul MiJiMliil My dear of A foul stomach was his- unpoetic answer People who have no such pleasant night visions and awake feeling as though they had had no rest nerves all unstrung wondering What on earth is the mat ter with me would better take somo simple treatment in TIME Persons will neglect themselves and put oil treatment until tbeir health is gone What would you think of tho authorities of a great city with its miles of sewerage to- take away tho filthy accumulations of streets and alleys allowing the sewerage to choke up and spread contagion and poisonous gases from decaying Yet your course is just as UNWISE Tho matter to blight that city by disease human body is well provided with all that is necessary to carryingoff the unclean and you alow it accumulate and decompose bringing all manner of ills to the liesh An old Chinese proverb isr Keep your feet warm your head cool and your Make a memorandum of this and try it and if you dont keep well bowels open thore is no truth in the world - I dreamed last night that you were an Angel What is that a sign TRUE TO ITS PAST HISTORY The editorial pago of THE ENQUIRER will present a review of tho past tho causes and ef fects leading up to tho present state of primary disruption in a scries of truthful exhaustive and unanswerable articles that will show who and where and when originated tho Infamous class During such a crisis o subsidized press dema so kokuo speeches and purchaseablo politicians ex demoralize tho public mind that a rellablo onentsuch as THE ENQUIRER IS AN ABSO JJTE NECESSITY WITH EVERY VOTER OF Â¬ and as evidences of foul play were plain ly visible aa inquest was held Drs Littlcjohu and bollards made a post mortem examination and found a gun- Â¬ shot wonnd just below tho left eye a bad cut on tho head probably also pro duced by a bullet Tho remains were identified as Charles Callahan of Ohio Furnace near Ironton Tho coroner rendered a verdict that deceased came to his death from violence at tho hands of unknown parties Tho police aro invesÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ WHATSOEVER PARTY CREED OK AiiUÂ¬ WHO VALUES HIS MORAL AND CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS WORTH PRESERVING FAliULY NEWSPAPER THE ENQUIRER will stand without a peer Aan finiciM tor imvura nun euuitb ui uiuiuuuir dlso and produce its market reports win do found full rellablo extensive and of Ytvory hllo tntpjit data from every commercial center niiantlfv nt mndltiir matter it is la nmi of tho ordinary ones all of which equal to two and other excellent features make it tho Will do the business for you GALWBBT 9 5 Little ican polities Sick Headache and a sensation of op Â¬ pression and dullness in tho head aro very commonly produced by indigestion morbid despondency irritability and pversonsativeness ot tho norves may in a majority of cases ho traced to the samo cause Dr J H McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm and Pillets will positively Sold by G B Swaugo Hazel cure Green tigating Largest Best and Cheapest Paper in the Conntry r v SufTorod Enough - - I A W N i V i VA k f IV r w a v 1 V1 1 Gov Ruckner has refused to- pardon ohn J Cornelison of Mt Sterling who ia sorving a three years sentence in his countys jail for an assault committed on udge Rcid four years ago which is said ip havo driven that gentleman to suicide Well well Governor Buekncr is a bigger wan than we are and kjs opinion is liable to bo given much moro pub- Â¬ licity and weight than ours but You will lmvo no uso for spectnclesMf when wo assert as our opinion that yon use Dr J H McLeans Strengthen- Â¬ Coruelisons punishment has already ing Eyo Salve it removes the film and acuta which accumulates on the eyeballs fccen sufficient so far as tho vindication subdues inilamationr cools and soothe qt the law is concerned wo beliovo that the irritated nerves strengthens weak a majority of citizens acquainted with and failing sight 25c a box Sold by the history of the caseR agree with us Jus G B Swaugo Hazel Green tico tempered Yyith a littlo mercy in this Hon W P Taulbcowhoisin the city eaoc would mcotpubllc approval whether to sec his sick brother notico of which he oaembora of tho theological sect with appears elCAvhcro says it is truo that ho which 4udgo Rcid affiliated indorsed it has bought property in Washington and or not In fact wo have heard it charg ho did ko to avoid paying high rents but ed that a waut of charity on Use putt of ho docs not intend to make that his per tho mombcra of that church baa gone manent abode Ho still claims Salyer a long way toward preventing and len illo Ids homo ioncy that might havo been shown Cor Â¬ IJy request Mr Timlbeo preached at nelison In their desire for revenge they tho Mothodist Church Wednesday night have not been unwilling tp see destruc- Â¬ to a crowded house aud his auditors woro tion vkltcd upou the family of him who delightctl Mr Tuulbco is an nblo and ifiwmtym be considered oidy thoindi clfMuout spcitkor on all topics mid is mk mxm of their grievance Cumber quite at homo in the pulpit Sentinel New jptmocrftU Â¬ At Russell ville Ky last week a futile attempt was made by a mob either to lynch or liberato one or moro of the prisoners in jail but which was their THE DAILY ENQUIRER truo object it is difficult to conclude 1 Mo 8 Mos C M08 1 Yr 7 00 SH oa 1 60 93 75 About twelve oclock tho jailer was call Â¬ Sunday and Dally 3 25 G 00 12 OO ed up and an entrance to tho jail demand- Â¬ Dally except Sunday 1 25 ed This was refused and the door was THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER immediately broken open This aroused uniform for each and every sub-Prico tho prisoners and they began a chorus Bcribcr la 5115 of yells and entreaties which sounded Ono copy ono year w like pandemonium turned loose The Ono copy bIx months mob seized the jailer and ordered him to MoLEAN Proprietor prodnco tho keys but this ho refused to JOHN R OINOIHNATI OHIO do and tho mob was about to deal vio- Â¬ lently with him when they were fright Â¬ ened oft by tho approach of citizens All made their escapo without detection It is thought by many that tho mob was composed of tho friends of John Gilbert AND THE who is a notorious thief with tho inten- Â¬ tion of setting him at liberty The affair has caused great excitement and will bo thoroughly investigated TERMS J T F DAY Hazel Green Ky J M PIERATT I3RO Ezel Ky J K VAUGHN Campton Ky And all General Stores in Eastern Kentucky Sold and guaranteed by Liver PILLS TRIMBLE BROTHERST MT STERLING KY it M li ONLY Weekly Will bo sent to any address ono year for Respectfully Invite the Mountain Merchants to Examine their Stock and Prices before purchasing I 300 0NLY- - In order to accommodate our patrons wc lmvo nmdo arrangements by which we can furnish The Hbhalv and NEW YORK WOULD topelher with subsuribers choice of tho WORLDS most liberal premiums consistuiK of the following valuable books JT F 4Y HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY History of the U S History of England Everybodys low prico of Guide uniirecedturtedly All for Two Dollars a Year The retail price of cither of these books the- - Wholesale and Retail Largest Stock Lowest Prices - is JVally 200 and tlty cannot b rnul or less Tho New York Would- is tho leading Democratic paper of thn United Stuteniuid as n family papr it has no rival its circula tlon being more than double that of any ether pnner oa tho American Continent KffTuoii wha desire to tako advuatago of tliU llborttl Atfer ttbould call on or ad ilrM tho Tkh IIkuard nt once Tho cash tmut accompany wary order with 10 eeRU extra to pay postage on book qXLL UiU pkrl TUE UOOKS - Heavy invoices arriving- daily and stacks upon stacks of goods to meet every department of trade Live Stock Country Produce and School Claims received in trade on notes accounts or merchandise Mft JTFDAY tltf i5 J 7 itaMkttfttltnMrtMtai r D She SERALD IJas a larger airculatlon in the mountains oj Eastern Kentucky than any paper in the State and merchants aud others wishing o secure the trade of Eastern Kentucky will find it TIIK BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM eral No- - I rr It Of pleasodto see the Hazel Green base ball nine drive into our quiet little village on Advertising Rates Saturday morning foe the purposo of play fiSTTransient advertisements 7G cents an ing the long talked of game with our boys inch first insertion J25 cents an inch for The game began nt one oclock and lasted each subsequent insertion Standing Advertisements about four hours vcn dark compelled a 1 inch 1 ycar 500 4 inches 1 year1500 call at the end of tin eighth inning Every 2 inches 1 year 900 5 inches 1 year 1750 one thought it woull bo a closely contested 3 inches 1 year 1200 G inches 1 year 2000 game but none expected quite such a victoSpecial rates on larger advertisements local notices 5c a line with 6 per cent off ry for the Salycrvilli nine after the drub for long time bing they receive nt Hazel Green An SMnrriitge and death notices free triimmense crowd witnessed the game and all butes of respect and obituaries 5 cents a enjoyed it EspeoLlly were the fair Indies line j22J Announcements of candidates for enthusiastic over our success Everything SUite or District offices 10 County offices In another column will be found an ac- passed off well andood order was observed 5 calls on persons to become candidates and their answers 5 cents a line Payable count of the marriage of Elder Brace Trim- by all We feel U ftwc do not venture too invariably in advance ble to Miss Nora Cassidy and of J W Mil- far when we say fcslievc the Hazel Greon No name will be entered upon the J Subscription Book until paid for ler to Miss Belle Turner at Mt Sterling lost beys left for home 1 fcli a kindly feeling for t Avhich they bore with Mr Trimble nnd Miss Turner are all even underdo and all subscriptions are stopped at expira week tion of time paid for notice of which will well and favorable known in Hazel Green becoming dignity fcl cheerfulness shows the runs made The following ti on the and their many be indicated by a cross mark friends nnd relatives here margin in front of your name A prompt will be rejoiced to learn of their good for- by each player renewal only will insure its continuance 12345678 Hazel Grkex tune The Herald sends greeting to the SPENCER COOPER J B Davis p 2 3 0 0 0 10 two happy couple and wish them a long J W T Swango c Ki 13 0 10 0 0 life of happiness and usefulness J W Cravens 1 K 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 R A Kash 2 bTX GARRISON HE SELLS CHEAP 14 0 10 0 1 1 8 J W Cravens and wife of Sharpsburg J H Evans I f 110 0 0 10 0 3 arrived here last weak and arc looking F Tyler r f 13100100 t HARDWARE QUEENSWARE Chas Swango h s around with a view to locating here Mr A II McClain c STOVES 1300010 Cravens will bny property here if he can E Lacy 3 b 0300010 CUTLERY TINWARE find a place that will suit him He will en- Â¬ MASONIC TEMPLE Totals 826 1 2 0 6 2 651 kT STERLING KY gage in the undertaking nnd tombstone busjuCly iness This is a new enterprise in this sec8 Salyerville f 1 2 3 4 tion but no doubt a paying business can be G 10 1 9 Origsby p 20 worked up G Gardner c 1 10 20 7 AND 21 20 J Johnson 1 j 111 Sam Taulbee who was taken to Mt Ster J P Adams 2 1 011 21 30 Look out for the Red X Cross on your 1 110 paper It denotes that your time is up and ling about two weeks ago to be treated for E B Gardne t Bt 1 1 2 0 1 112 unless renewed at once the paper will stop paralysis was brought back to this place J A Rowland KB 1 1 2 1 f1 C 11 2I P Adams coming 112 last Tuesday and taken home Wednesday J Gardner c f 12 20 1 110 12 20 1 111 Miles K4su and daughter of ML Sterling The physicians attending him think he is II Atkeson r some better though he is still in a very critwere visiting friends here last week 9 19 2 15 21 9 793 Totals ical condition He was attended by his IZSTOTES Rev J T Picratt will preach at Laurel brothers Drs J A and J B Taulbee 1 he Indies wc loud in their praises of Behool house this county next Sunday at At the match game of base ball at Salyer Rollie Knshs gu looks and pretty stock11 oclock ville last Suturduy D W Gardner of Salyer ings It was gencrfjr conceded that Harlan Ilcury Franklin Pieratt formerly of this ville umpired the game and Judge G B plucc but now of West Liberty puid Hazel Swango of Hazel Green kept the scores McClain wns tli jfest fielder of the nine Ellsworth Ir fvros compelled to retire Green a flying visit Sunday and all agree that both gentlemen acted per third inning on acfectly fair and honorable giving each nine from the game Rev Leandcr Lacy evangelist ofj the count of a scv e accident to his finger all they were entitled to and no more Christian Church for Wolfe county will be Â¬ caused by a thrvm ball His place was COXS MI LI gin his labors about November 10th fdlcd by James SVango most credibly Charley S still maintnins his rcp Special Correspondence Rev J T Pieratt will begin a meeting at utntiou as a one short stop Coxs Mill Oct 15 W T Day was in White Oak on Saturday before the fifth Sun W T Su ggfaght behind the bat but our midst last week en route home from day in this mouth at three oclock v M was Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of Morgan county was stricken with paralysis in the lower limbs about three weeks ago and is unable to move either leg and the disease is extending ui his body nc was brought to the city lust Saturday by his brothers Dr John A and Dick nnd is nt the residence of Dr R P Guerrant who is treating him Dr G thinks Mr Taulbee better since he came and can determine by tomorrow whether he will recover or not In answerto telegrams Congressman W P Tuulbec came from Washington and Dr J Brcck Taulbce came from Arizona and are at the bedside of their brother The stricken man is about thirty years of age and has a family He hinu excellent citizen and much interest is man ifested in his case Wo sincerely hope he may speedily recover Sentinel Democrat Sam H Taulbce THE HAZEL GREENS DOWNED Tho Salyorvllio lloya Wipe up tho Earth With Thorn and Ilavo a Few Buns to Simro Smith P Kerr Manufacturer of V J M A t t Salyerville Oct 18 We were well Bsst Cradss of Full i mm AND DEALER IN fltif c KY 4 Grain Feed WINCHESTER Guarantee Satisfac Â¬ tion in Grade and Pries at all times KYt V HAZEL ROLLER a largo supKERRS UJ1 for Pkrkection Wheat MILL FLOUR and carryPatent Holler Extract WHITE PEARL tlv of tho following brands d1 AV T HI 05 1 J Tl A GREEN are Sole Agents for Eastern Kcntffcfcyv 1 Magnolia Roller Fancy Silver Lake Roller Family Globe Superfine upon which they will quoto prices and deliver at Hazol Greon or Rothwell Station i X Â¬ 17 16 15 130001006 16 15 Â¬ Â¬ HERE THERE I 1 - J Â¬ ill By v rtue of TaxcB duo tho Sheriff of ewfb Wolfe county for the years 1880 7 1or one of 3 my deputies win on AIUMDAX Tills 7T11 DAY OF NOVEMBER 1887 between the hours of 10 oclock A M nnd 4 oclock P M at the court house door in Wolfe couuty AND Ky expose to public sale to the highest bidder for cash in hand the following prop Â¬ erty or wuch thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy the amount of the Taxes due afore Â¬ said and costs to wit 175 Acres of land listed in the name of I S T Caudil adjoining the laud of L M BAOE TH tmiOH STSSSTf Day in District No 2 214 Acres of land listed in the name of Mnlethn A Little adjoining the land of aOly Elsberry Little in District No 2 100 Acres of land listed lu tho name of Asbury Back adjoining the land of Robt JAMES T FANT WITH THE Back in District No 2 Also school tax of 25 cents on each 100 worth House nnd lot in DnyBborongh Hated in the name of Thos V Bnskirk TAXES SHERIFFS SALE FOR Mil a0 6m j LOUIS STIX fr J0 WHOLESALE DEALERS IH WSL NOTIONS Cincinnati OF OldBeliable HatHcmstf G T CENTER Â¬ Sheriff W C W S DICKINSONS DEALKRS IN Â¬ phe - Â¬ LIVERY SALE FEED STABLE AND COr -- Gloves Umijkellas Etc Corner Pearl and Vine i HAZEL GREEN -- KY o h- - CINCINNATI O -- Â¬ ghat- -ill of lio 1 he ur 11 I r a6 urn week or month nnd take pleasure in giving looks when waiting- ftpon you Uncle Stephen Catron of Pomroyton was nnd Davis Aructt a merchant of Ileudricks Frank Tyler as also overcome with meet Â¬ nil stock entrusted to me especial attention Magoffin county passed through town Wed the guest of his daughteis Mrs John and SIIorses bought aud sold on commising old behool mates mid forgot to get Pollard 6 H Dean Kite nesday He had been to Mt Sterling on Mrs F Cox last week sion and will drive horses to harness for nil there Muster W J Laudrnm left yesterday for who desire my services All charges rea business Importers and Whofcsalo Dealers iu Cravens as pitcher was thoroughly artis sonable and satisfaction guaranteed Breathitt and will bo absent several days stable in connection with Day House David Roberta was convicted in the Mor Â¬ tic if not scientific U S Marshal John Cox is off to Menefce s23tf J II PIERATT gan circuit court last week for the murder of county on business John Evans was laboring under the idea J uines Kendall in 1863 and given a life sen Oscar McXabb has moved to his new that he was to amuse the audience nnd forgot to get i first Imsc tence in the penitentiary dwelling house on Chapel Branch Judge enthusiasm seems to have Misses Leo Rcdwine of Mont J W Hcdden of the Mt Sterling Gazette gomery countynnd Adaour midst visiting Â¬ cooled since lasV we met Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in arc in was in town Sunday en route to Salyerville George Grigs by pitched a fine game for He thinks the prospect for the extension of Died On Sunday last infant child of the Salyerville club He grinned all over Joseph Catron the K fc S A railroad is good Coroner F Cox of this place has been nt his face George Gardner was a new hand but AND Harrison Jones Campton the past week on business John Lyons who killed made a good record and the only home run Northwest corner Pearl anc I 8th iust had his The school at this place conducted by in Meuefee county on the that was mule last week Joe Catron is progressing finely examining trial at Frenchburg Walnut Streets John L Johnson played first base credi- Ben F Cox Mark Egleaton nnd Joseph and was bound over in the sum of 1000 Cornett Misses Lucy B Cox Loucllcn Cox bly to himself his family and his friends No Gil Main Street 10 Summer St For Sale I have 50000 or 60000 brick and Margaret Landrnm attended meeting at James 1 Adams made the finest play by Louisville Ky Boston Mass uGCm for sale at 300 per thousand Call on J T Flat Rock Sunday last They report a good running backwards and catching a fly But Pieratt Hazel Green Ky Terms cash oh didnt his face turn red sermon and a nice time RICHARD HANKS HENRY t PIERATT CO B Represented by 323t Dean Gardner made a better record as Frank Kline and John Catron of Clifty short stop than lie did nt Hazel Green and Blackburn been in this t Wanted I wish to buy 200 bushels of have M Brown vicinity for the past week us hat breaker is still in the lend aOly L of Callaboosc was in this coal for which I will pay Pieratt cannel James A Rowland surprised his friends twenty one 21 cents per bushel delivered at vicinity last week buying timbcT Samuel Lykins has been suffering for by his good playing Rosskll W Tabor Rotbwell station Jim Press Adams made more runs and some time with n severe cut on his foot refewer outs than any of the nine The store house of J T Center at Camp ceived while cutting corn foiflfolKVfll 6 John Gardner thinks there is more conso ton caught fire from a defective flue last A B Land ram has been absent for severMonday nnd came very near causing a con al days looking after the estate of A J lation in victory than nt Uncle Dicks Hnrry Atkeson went through the game flagration but fortunately the fire was ex- Cox deceased tinguished before any damage was done Robert Sweeny of Lexington returned without breaking his specs and therefore saw enough balls to make np the deficiency home Monday Dr J B Taulbce arrived here from Ari Miss Mollie daughter of Miles Kash of at Hazel Green zona last Tuesday night He came back for Mt Sterling is visiting in this D W Gardner aud Frank Atkeson ncted MONDAY AUGUST I5fh 1887 community the purpose of attending on his brother as umpires and gave satisfaction to all by The funeral of Kate Lawson and one of adlfJ1 Sam an account of whose illness appears in I L Honakers children will be preached their fair decisions Saturn family in Arizona clean large wcll this paper He left his at Honakers house near Sandfield on Sun- and will return in a few days V Pap dav October 23rd ventilatecl buildings furnish- Â¬ 1 We will bet a giugercake against a jug of CAMPTON Manufacturerfund Wholesale Dealers in buttermilk that tho Hazel Green and Saled with new improved school CamptoK Oct 1C Mrs Emma Byrd has yerville base ball teams can beat anything Boys ancft in the Unitod States on scores One hun- returned from Lane where she has been furniture MAYTOWN KENTUCKY dred and forty four runs in eight innings attending the bedside of her sister Mrs Congleton Geewhillikins that cant be beat Died Near this place on Friday last of Full Corps Competent Teachers Wanted We wish to purchase from 100 tof scrofulo Claude son of Boone Spencer 250 bushels of corn in the ear for which Depoty Sheriff Thomas M Tutt and wife oash will be paid The lowest and best bid are visiting relatives at this place BaTuition Board and Done promptly and in workmanlike mander will secure the contract Corn is to be Joseph C Lykins hns returned from West ner cidental Expenses Reasona delivered nt Hazel Greed Leave Bids at Liberty whero he has been attending court Vine Streetr Bingo Tador The Herald office Mrs Emma Byrd has been quite sick for able days 3f Any and everything that can be exe several David Hoggrof the Christian Church jFPot salo cheap for cash Come and Rev W W MARKER Eor further information call n9til Bee os cuted with new type first class presses and preached at the Wtreman mill pond about je224m Manager Â¬ fine paper in the hands of skilled mechanics may be had at this office at less than a mile from here this morning and baptized J L Dunlapgj II Dunlapfl W O Rarrctt on or address city prices It will pay any man in Eastern Mrs Jane Campbell All person wnnting blaekmnlthfog of anyv Hazel Green Academy Co or all kinds wagou made or repaired bug Kentucky to get his printing nt The HerÂ¬ The roof of the steam mill caught on fire lost Wednesday causing quite a commotion gJes spring wagon plows stocked cutting ald offico Send for estimates aud state among the bands but fortunately the fire Hazel Green Wolfe counto Ky colters turning plows repaired plows made s exactly what you want and laid hoes mattocks and burses ahotf t Wholesale Mnnufucturera of was discovered and extinguished before TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK in the best style call on The Hazel Green boys who went to Sal- much dumage was done TYLEB fc DAVIS flawl Green Ky The funeral of Laura Tutt who died here yerville to play n match game of base ball fATT eAa vo at bome and make morci last Saturday though defeated seemed well about a year ago will be preached next mt Y 1 1 1 1 fHoro monoy at work for us than atk pleased with their trip They speak in the Sunday on Stillwater 1 V Uanythfng cine in the world Capita I Dr Jnme Tutt and wife of Stillwater higest terms of tho hospitality and general Hot needed you are started free B6th sex- AVD OTALKftS IN es ftll aRest- Any one can do- tuetwork demeanor of the people of that place The wero in twn Saturday J JL- - BIGSTAFF President Lanre earnings en w from first start Costlo A F Bollock and C M nanks Jrr have SADDLERY HARDWARE huge crowd that was oat to witnns thu eats t and terms free Better art dslay W W THOMSON Cwliior Cestoyou aotfcing to game kopt perfect order the umpire was just returned from Louisville whero they 728 and 730 u yswr JwWreir Main St and And cat if yew awwise yen wllldt Mrlctly Impartial nnd everything went mer were summoned to appear as witnesses DIRECTOIUV at obm II HALMtrr k Co Fartfctad M ICY lyusa marriage bell They worn alio de against vlolatera of tho Revenue laws Jamm Ohokk Anoixw Fbslxx lighted with their treatment tit the Ham People in thii tecttou are very busy mak irRepreiented by ROD NUNNELLY ing sorghum auuul Home where they stopped DM R IkDfUKX IlXn J Ty Hiqhlaxd Campton Will always be found ready to attend to thoUP A HAVING FITTED provided FIRS CLAS3 wants of the patrons of the house Thank- and myself with good saddle nnd harness horses nnd vehicles ful for past patronage you nro invited to call and see ns when In the city and Uncle I respectfully solicit the public patronage relicvcu aaroiine to time by Cravens I will feed horses by the single feed day Jim Fant promises to put on his brstgooctl gr II - G Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ itt-cj-5- Clueensware Glassware Lamps c Boots Shoes J Decorated Dinner Teay and Chamber Ware CINCINNATI c 1 Â¬ HAZEL GREEN WHOLESALE A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m l Â¬ Fall Term Begun No 29 Vine Street CINCINNATI fM iuNew Â¬ Maytown Mill Abe Block Mens Youths Co Co A Â¬ Childrens WOOL CARDING M Grinding and Sawing Â¬ Â¬ In CLOTHING 122 Â¬ Flour Meal Feed and Lumber Cincinnati O NOTICE m DUNLAP BR0S1C0 jiV Â¬ SADDLERY HARNESS ETC W LOUISVILLE sterling ky - - 1 sd Â¬ QtRAEi9ftlJfe t V -- p Al I I f Mv l v Tyr -- ii TWjp- - nr - wrMiviriiaite Tiijriiiftiifiir7vii vr fW o4 iriJf777 5 jMiasssagKi r a I psi Is I must not show him tho daub of somo moro protondor I will tako him to tho Raphaels and tho Michnol An Good Mon Can Not bo Kopt goloH It is most unfair and dishonest to iako tho ignominious fnlluros in Christina Down jrofcsslon Instead of tho glorious suq cosses Tho Dlblo and tho Church aro Christian Character Compels tltn World great plcturo galleries filled with mustor to Honor itnrul i UcHrIoh Llfo lit Not pieces lo ho lipltcl StTiuon by Kov T I Furthermore wo lonrn from this story tv Witt Tvilmugo 1 D of Josoph that tho result of porsocution is allevation Had it not been for his being sold into Egyptian bondago by his malic-Â¬ Aftor explaining ious brothors and his falso imprisonment Buookwn appropriate passages of Scrlpturo Dr Josoph would novor hnvo becomo Prlmo Talmngu toot his text from Genesis xll Ministor Evorybody ncccpts tho promlso II And Phnronh said unto Josoph Soo Blosscd nro thoy that aro persecuted for 1 hnvo sot thou oyer nil tho land of Egypt rightoousnoss sake for theirs is tho KingTho dom of Heaven but they do not reallzo rTho subject of the sormou was Prime Minister Dr Talmngo said tho fact that this prlnciplo applies to You can not lecop a good man down worldly as wollas spiritual success It Is Wod has decreed for him a certain olova truo in all departments Had it not boon lion to which ho must attain llo will for iEschlnes who brought impeachment bring him through though it cost Him a against Domosthones tho immortal oration thoutmnd worlds Thoro nro mon conDo Corona would novor hnvo boon stantly In trouhlo lest thoy Khali not bo dolivored to high vlso Mon Every man comes in tho political appreciated through mis position end to bo valued at just what ho is worth representation and tho assault of tho pub- Â¬ How ofton yoil see mon turn out all thoir lic Public abuse is all that somo of our forces to crush otic manor sot of men public mon havo had to roly upon for their JIow do they 9Ucccod No bottor thnn olovatiou It has brought to them what did tho government that tried to crush talent und cxccutlvo forco could never Joseph a Scripture clmractor upon which have achieved Many of those who nro wo speak to- - lay It would bo an insult to making great effort for plnco and power supposo that you wero not all familiar will novor succeed just becauso thoy aro with tho llfo of Josoph how his not of enough importance to bo abused It jealous brothcr3 threw him into tho is tho naturo of man to gather about thoso pit but seeing a caravan of Arabian mor who aro persecuted and defend thorn and uhnntfl moving nlong on their camels with thoy aro apt to forgot tho faults of thoso spices and gums that loaded tho air with who nro tho subjects of attack whilo aroma sold their brothor to thoso mer- Â¬ nttcinpting to drlvo back tho slander Â¬ chants who carried him down Into Egypt ers Iloleu Htlrk n Scotch martyr conhow Joseph wns sold to Potlphar a man demned with hor husband to leath for Reof Intluenco and ofllco how by his in- Christs sake said to her husband tegrity ho raised himself to high position joice i Wo hnvo lived togother in any joy- Â¬ in the realm until under tho falso charge ful days but this day whoroin wo must of a vllo wretch ho was hurled into tho dio together ought lo bo most joyful to us penitentiary how in prison ho command both Thcroforo I will not bid you good ed rciipoet and confidence how by tho In- night for soon wo shall moot In tho Uy tho flash of tho terpretation of Pharaohs dream ho wns heavenly kingdom freed and beenmo tho chief man in Govfurnaco best Christian character is demernment tho Bismarck of tho nation onstrated 1 go into nnothor department nnd I And how in time oT famine Josoph had control f n Mnrc houso which ho hud filled dur Â¬ thut thoso groat denominations of Chris ing tho seven years of plenty how when tiaus which liavo been most abused havo his brothers who had thrown him into spread tho most rapidly No good man tho pit and sold him into captivity applied was over moro vilely maltreated than for corn ho sent them home with their John Wesley His followers woro hooted boasts borno down under tho boft of tho at and maligned nnd called by every decorn sacks how tho sin against thoir testable name that infernal ingenuity brothor which had so long been hidden could invent but tho hotter the persecu enmo out at last nnd was returned by tion tho more rapid tho spread of that dethat brothors forgiveness and kindness nomination until you know what a groat an Illustrious triumph of Christian prin- host thoy have becomo nnd what a tre Â¬ ciple mendous forco for God nnd tho truth Icnrn from this story in tho iirst plnco thoy aro wiolding nil tho world that tho world Is compollod to honor Chris- over It wns persecution that gave tian ohnractor Potlphar was only a innn Scotland to Prosbyterlanlsm It was of tho world yet Josoph roso in liis esti- Â¬ persecution gave our own which mation until all tho affairs of that great land llrst to civil llborty and afterward houso woro committed to ids chargo Prom to religious froodom Yen I may go furthis servant no honors oreonildonces wero ther back und say it was persecution that When Josoph was In prison ho gnvo tho world tho groat salvation of tho withheld toon won tho heart of tho kecpor and Tho ribald mockery tho hunger Gospel though placed thoro forboing n scoundrel ing und tho thirsting tho unjust trial and Lo soon convinced tho jailor that ho wild Ignominious death where nil tho forco of an luuocont nnd trustworthy man and ro hells fury wns hurled against the cross loisod from cIoho cnnlinomeut ho becamo was tho introduction of that religion n general superintendent of prison affairs which is yot to bo tho earths dellvor Whorovor Joseph was placed whether a nnco from guilt and suffering and her servant in tho houno of Potiphar or a pris everlasting enthronement among tho oner in tho penitentiary bo becamo tho principalities of Heaven Tho Stato has ilrst man ovcrywhoro and in an Illustra- sometliuos snld to tho Church Come tion of tho truth I Iny down that tho world lot mo tako your hand anil 1 will help Is compelled to honor Christian character you What has boon tho result Tho Tlioro nro thoso who affeot to desplso a Church has gone back and has lost its cstato roligious llfo Thoy spoak of it as a sys- of holiness and hns becomo ineffective tem of phlebotomy by which a man is bled At othor times ho Stato lias said to tho 1 will crush of all his courago and nobility Thoy say Church you What has ho has bomoaued hlmsolf Thoy pretend boon tho result Aftor tho storms havo to hnvo no more confidence in him since his spent thoir fury the Church ho far from conversion than bo fore his conversion having lost any of its force has Increased Hut all that is hypocrisy It is impossible and is worth infinitely moro after the as for any man nut to admire and coulido in sault than before it Tho Church is far r Christian who shows that lie lias really moro indebted to tho opposition of civil b unino a child of God and Is what ho pro- - government than to its approval Tho fussos to bo You can not despise a son ilrcs of tho stako hnvo only been tho torches which Christ held in His hand by r a daughter of tho Lord God Almighty t courso roligious charac tho light of which tho Church has marched ter wins no approbation Rodwald tho to her present position In the sound of King of tho Saxons aftor Christian Imp racks nnd Implements of torture I hear tsm had two altars ono for tho worship tho rumbling of tho wheels of tho Gospol of God and tho othor for tho sacrlilco of chariot Scaffolds of martyrdom havo You may hnvo n contempt for boon tho stairs by which tho Church ban dovils sucji mon for moro pretension of rollglon asconded Aqua fortls is tho best test of but when you bohold tho oxeollonoy pure gold of Josus Christ comu out In tho llfo or Furthermore our subject Impresses us ono of Ills Disciples all that thoro is good that sins will comu to exposure Long long ngo had thoso brothers sold Joseph ami noble in your soul rises up into ad miration Though that Christian bo as far Into Egypt They imd wupprossod tho Doiicath you In estate as tho Egyptian crlmo and it was a profound socrot woll Hut suddenly tho slnvo of whom wo nro discussing by a kopt by tho brothors irrevocable law of our naturo Potiphar socrot is out Tho old father hoars that and Pharaoh will always esteem Joseph his son is in Egypt having been sold there Chrysostom when throatonod with death by tho mnlico of his own brothers How by Eudoxin tho Empress sont word to their cheeks must hnvo burned and thoir Go toll hor that I font henrts sunk at tho flaming out or this sup hor saying nothing but sin Buch nobility of char Â¬ pressed crlmo Tho smallest Iniquity has acter will always bo applauded Thoro a thousand tongues nnd thoy will blab out H11 was something in Aggrlppn and Felix nn exposure Saul wns sent to destroy w i whlch domnmtad thoir respect for Paul tho Cnnaaultos thoir shcop und their oxon Mko robol against government I doubt not Hut whon bo got down thoro nmong tho tiipytwoultl willingly hnvo yielded thoir pastures ho saw some lino sheep nnd ottcaaud dignity for tho thousandth part oxon too fat to kill and so ho thought ho of that iruo heroism which bonmod in tho would steal them Ho drovo thorn toward eye and boat in tho heart of tho uncon- Â¬ homo but stopped to roport to tho prophet querable Apostlo how woll ho had oxocutcd his commission Tho intldoVaud worldling nro compollod whon in tho distance tho shcop began to to honor In thoir hearts though thoy may bloat and tho oxen to hollow Tho secret not oulogizo with thoir lips a Christian wns out and Samuol said to tho blushing What menus tho firm in porsccutiqn choorful in povorty and confounded Saul trustful in losses triumphant in donth I bleating of tho sheep that 1 hear and the Ayo my hearers find Christian mon in nil professions nnd lowing of tho cnttlol eccupatlons nnd 1 find them respected you can not keep wi Inqulty quiet At sud honored uiul successful John Fred just tho wrong tlmo tho sheep will bleat crick Oborlin alleviating ignornuco and nnd tho oxon will bellow Achnn can not dlstivss John Howard passing from steal tho Hubylonlsh garment without got dungoon to lnznrotto with healing for tho tlng stoned to death nor Benedict Arnold tody nnd soul Kllzuboth Pryo coming to botray his country without hnvlnghis nock tho profligate of Nowguto prison to shnko stretched Look over tho pollco nrrcsts down their obduracy us tho nngol camo to Thoso thlovesthoso burglars thoso adultor tho prison at Phllllppl driving open tho ors theso assassins Thoy nil thought thoy loor nnd snapping looks and chains ns could bury their Iniquity so deep down woll as tho lives of thousunds of tho fol Â¬ that It would novor como to resurrection lowers of Josur who hnvo dovofod them Hut thoro wns somo shoo that nnsworod solvos to Uio temporal nnd spiritual wol- - to tho print in tho sand somo fulso keys faro jf the nice nro monutnonts of Chris found in possession somo bloody knifo tian rollglon that shall not crumble whllo thnt whispered of tho deed and tho public Indignation nnd thu anathema of outragod tkr wrkl Justs I would liko to law hurled him Into t Tomb or hoisted fJLjnffi In tho ears mild VMkic a ChrlutliiU If 1 only know what him on tho gallows At tho cloro of tho ViifWtt is Hut if this lying nnd cheating battle between tho Dauphin of Franco Hurchtud Monk mid bvd behavior rjhouk men who profoas Und tho Helvetian tho u h Hol Ih vuUkIoii 1 WAut none of it wnano elated withlook offvictory that ho upon the hold Mi my f tlHd f I urn hu urllnt In Kohiw lifted hU helmot to woundwl soldier bulled a atone IHHl MH Uil tO MM RHkl UlUt Vkbwt tk when TJIE PEIME MINISTER art of painting 4 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fell Sin will nlwnyj loavo somo point ox posod and thoro is no safety in iniquity Frnncis I King of Franco was discuss- Â¬ ing how it was best to got bis army into Italy Amurll tho court fool sprang out from tho corner und snld to tho King and You nnd hotter bo his staff officers thinking how you will got your army buck out of Italy aftor onco you havo ontorod In other words it Is easier for us to got into sin thnn to got out of it Whltoileld was riding on horsobnek in n lonely way with somo misslonnry money in a suck fastened to tho saddle bags A highwayman sprnng out from tho thicket nnd put his hand out toward tho gold whon Whltoileld turned upon him and snld That belongs to tho Lord Jesus Christ touch it- if you dare nnd tho villain foil back ompty handed into tho Oh thicket tho power of conscience If offended it becomes Gods avenging minister Do not think thnt you can hide nny grout nnd protracted sin in your hearts In an un Â¬ guarded moment it will slip oft of tho lip or somo slight occasion may for n momont set njar this door of lioll that you wanted to keep closed But supposo that in this lifo you hido it nnd you got along with that trunsgrosslon burning in your heart as n ship on llro within for days may hin dor the llnmc from bursting out by keeping down tho hatchways yot at lust In tho judgment thnt iniquity will blnzo out bo foro tho throno of God nnd tho universe Furthermore lonrn from this subject tho inseparable connection between all events however remote Lord Hastings was beheaded ono year after ho hud caused tho death of tho Queens children In tho very month tho very day tho very hour und tho very moment Tlioro is won- Â¬ derful precision in tho Divino judgments Thoso things that seem fragmentary and isolated aro only different parts of that ono grout thought How fur upart bccmcd tho two eventsJoseph sold to tho Arabian merchants nnd the rulor ship of Egypt Yet you see In what n myste rious way God connected tho two in one plan So nil events nro linked together You who arc aged can look back and group together a thousand things in your llfo thnt onco seemed isolated One undivided chuin of events reached from tho Garden of Eden to the cross of Calvary nnd thus up to Heaven There is a relation betweon tho smullost insect that hums in tho summer air and the archangel on his throne - that struck his uncovcrod forohoad nnd ho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ trace a direct ancestral lino from tho blue jay that last spring built his nest in a tree behind tho house to somo ono of thut flock of birds which when Noah hoisted tho Arks window with a whirl und dash of bright wings went out to sing over Mount Ararat Tho tulips that bloomed this summer in tho flower God can Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bed woro nursed of lust winters snow flukes Tho furthest slur on ono side tho univorso could not look to tho furthest You stur on tho other side nnd say arc no relation to me for from that bright orb a voice of light would ring ueross Yes yos wo tho heavens responding nro sisters Sir Sidney Smith in prison wns plnying Inwn tonnls in the yard and tho ball flew over tho wall Another ball containing letters wns thrown buck und so communication was opened with tho thousands Theso nro tho sovon years of plenty Now Josoph is tho tlmo to propurc for famino for to almost ovory man thoro do como seven years of famino You will bo sick yoi will bo unfortunato you will bo disappointed you will bo old and If you hnvo no storc houso upon which to fall back you may bo famine struck Wo huvo no admiration for this denying onos self of all present comfort and luxury plonsuro of hoard- Â¬ for tho moro ing up this grasping for tho moro plonsuro of seeing how largo a piloyou can got this always bolng poor nnd cramped bo causo ns soon as a dollar comes in it is sent out to sco if it cant find nnothor dol- Â¬ lar to carry homo on its back but thoro is an intelligent und noble minded forecast which wo lovo to sco in men who havo fumilios and kindred dependent upon thorn for tho blessings of education and homo God sonds us to tho Insects for a losson which whilo thoy do not stint thomsolves in tho present do not forget their duty to forestall the future Go to tho ant thou sluggard consider hor ways and bo wise which having no guide overseer or rulor provideth hor meat in tho summer nnd gnthoroth hor food In tho hnrvest Now thoro nro two ways of laying up money tho ono by Investing it in stock and depositing it In banks nnd loaning It on bond und mortgage Tho other way of laying up monoy is givon it away Ho is tho safest who makos both of thoso But tho man who dovotcs investments none of his gain to tho causo of Christ nnd thinks only of his own comfort and luxury is not safe I dont euro how his money is invested Uo noted as ho roso If it should say I will hold my breath and no ouo shall havo a snatch of frngranea from mo until noxt week and then 1 will set all tho garden afloat with tho aroma Tho timo comes but having been without fragrance for so long it has thon nothing to give But above all lay up treasures in Heaven They never do prccinto in value Thoy never nro at n Thoy nro ulways nva liable discount You may feel safe now with your present yearly incomo but what will such nn income bo worth ufter you nro dendt Others will get it Perhaps some of them will quarrel about it boforo you nro buried They will bo right glud that you are dead They are only waiting for you to die What then will nil your accumulation be worth if you could guthor it all into your bosom und walk up with it to Heavens gutoi It would not purchase your admission or if allowed to enter it could not buy you a crown or a robe nnd the poorest saint in Heaven would look Whoro did that pauper down and say como from I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a small business gathering in only a hundred dollars whoro you reap your SCHOOL AND CHURCH Evangollcan clergymen suy tho best liro cscnpo Is a correct lifo Bon ton Commercial Bulletin Tho iliflcronco between religion nnd irrcligion is a difference of prin- Â¬ ciples and of conduct Comparo a godly household with a godless and answer the argument if you can How easily some ot the activo members tako cold After being warmed in a good prayer meeting they afterward sit down in a draft of world- Â¬ ly conversation and boforo thoy know it they arc chilled through Indianap- Â¬ olis Journal The disestablishment of tho RoÂ¬ man Catholic State Church at Pondi cherry is now nn accomplished fact and tho ecclesiastical affairs of the an- Â¬ cient capital of French India will henceforth be administered by a foreign mis Â¬ sionary society independent of local control and free of cost to tho Govern- Â¬ ment Chicago Advance Kov and Mrs William II Gulick who have for somo years boon mission- Â¬ aries of the American Board in Spain aro attempting with the approval of tho Prudential Committee to rai60 100000 for tho school for higher edu- Â¬ cation ot girls at San Sebastian of which they havo for somo time had charge mfc Presbyterian Tho Bureau of Catholic Indian Mis- Â¬ sions has issued a tabular statement of Catholic schools among tho Indians There are twenty day and thirty five boarding schools with 2190 boarding pupils and 870 day pupils For theso 80GO scholars tho Government allows 231880 besides 0000 for subsis Â¬ tence clothing etc N Y Independ- Â¬ ent SCHOOLS 3Th IN ALASKA 12iJovimI hy Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ half-and-ha- lf Â¬ Â¬ i 111 V Â¬ Ill1 HI 1 1 jhh fe - HI w is SH outside world and Sidney Smith oscnped In time to defent Bouupurtos Egyptinu ox pedition What n small accident connected with what vnst result Sir Robert Peel from u pattern ho drew on tho back of n pewter dinner plate gotsuggestions of thut which led to tho important invention by which calico is printed Nothing in Gods uni vorso swings ut loose ends Accidents nro only Gods way of turning a leaf in the book of His eternal decrees From our cradle to our grave tlioro is a pnth nil innrkod out Each event in our life is con Â¬ nected with every other event in our llfo Our loss may bo tho most direct road to our gam Our defeats and victories aro twin brothers Tho wliolo direction of your lifo wns changed by something which ut tho tlmo scorned to you n trifle while somo occurrence which scorned tremend ous affected you but little Tho ltov Dr Kennedy of Basking Ridge N J went into his pulpit ono Sab Â¬ bath and by a strange freak of memory forgot his subject nnd forgot his text und in great embarrassment roso bo foro his audienco and nnnouneod tho circumstance und declared himself entirely uuublo to preach then launched forth in a fow earnest words of entrenty and warning which resulted in tho outbreaking of tho mightiest revival of religion ever known or rolig in thut Stnto a revival ion thut resulted In churches still standing nnd in tho conversion of a largo number of mon who entered tho Gospel ministry who havo brought thoir thousands into tho Kingdom of God Gods plana aro mngniiiccnt boyond nil comprehension Ho molds us turns und dlrocts us nnd wo know It not Thousands of years nro to him but as tho flight of a shuttle Tho most terrific occurrcnco does not make God tremble nnd tho most triumphant achievement does not lift Him into Â¬ Â¬ IB H L ilgflBHHk Ha Â¬ HHHPPIk through tho centuries and nations riso and full and eras puss nnd tho world itsolf changes but God still keeps tho undivided mastery linking event to event nnd century to century To God thoy nro all ono event one history ouo plnn ono development ono system Groat and marvelous aro Thy works Lord God Al- Â¬ mighty l Furthermore Wo lonrn from this story tho proprloty of laying up for tho future During seven years of plenty Josoph pre Â¬ pared for tho famino and whon it camo ho had a crowded storo houso Tho lifo of most men in a worldly respect is di- Â¬ vided Into years of plenty end famine It is seldom thnt any man passes through llfo without at least sovon yours of plenty During theso sovon prosperous years your business bears a rich harvest You hardly know whoronl the money corner from it comes ho fast Every bargain you make eoms to turn into gold You contract few bad dobts You nro astounded with Urge dividends You Invest moro ami iimi oapltul You wemlur how mou cuo fee content with Â¬ Â¬ rnpturc That ono groat thought of God goes on tin Natives litinj Nfiir MlKa The houses of tho native nro all numbered In largo figures painted in lilnck over tho front and only entrance to their homes tho numbers running consecutively This met Â¬ ropolitan feature was introduced by ono Cnptniu Glas a United States military otlleer then ntutloned at Sitka and wns in Â¬ augurated ns a military moat are before thu civil government was established and for tho purpose of locating und identifying a truant Indian child when absent from tho Iudinr school during tho bonis of its session At that tlmo tho Indian children were com- Â¬ pelled by tho military authorities to attend school each scholar being obliged to wear u tag mado of tin and fasfned by means of a string around thu neck The tug was about threo times tho bio of a silver dollar nnd bore thu number of the child in school nnd tho number of tho house in which it lived If a child was found on tho street during Kcliool hours tho Indian policeman who was also chief of tho tribo and whoso name is Annehootz was under strict orders to tako the number of tho tag nnd report it Tho next morning the head Indian of tho liouso to which tho child belonged was summoned to appear and answer for tho abt encc of tho truant und if such absence wus found to havo been willful tho head Indian wns fined or imprisoned A few fines wero found euttl cient and had tho elfect of procuring a prompt and punctual attendance of nil tho children Tills menus was found nccccssny in order to overecoino tho antipathy of tho parents against having their children educated and thereby drawn away from the ancient cuhtoms traditions and methods of living of thoir race Tills custom hns fallen Into disuse since tho establishment of civil government in May IMS 1 Tho parents have como to know nnd understand tho benefits derived from the education of their children and aro now qulto ready to lend their assistance In compelling them to nt tend tho huhool Tho term of school com- Â¬ mences in September of ench yenr and con- Â¬ tinues forty four weeks There aro ton teachers and one hundred and tlvo scholars with about equal propoitlons of boya and girls running in ago from tlvo to eighteen years und representing tho several trades of Southwestern Alaska They aro taught tho primary English brnncbes nnd tho boys aro also Instructed in blneksmithing cooper- Â¬ age cabinet making nnd carpentry whllo the girls aro taught sewing knitting cook- Â¬ ing and various other household duties Cor Chicago Herald m Kiliicittlonul Alunliij It is said that in tho first ages of Chriscianfty Satan sought to destroy tho church by persecution and failed but that when he joined the church and patronized it with worldly power and prosperity ho succeeded in well nigh smothering the lifo out of it It looks much as though he hud succeeded in retaining his membership in some of tho churches of the nineteenth cen- Â¬ tury Words and Weapons Dr Mary Taylor Bissell sister of the president of Vassar who is in charge of the girls gymnasium in New York City is interested in the project of a college of physical training for girls Whenever tho college is ready to receive pupils they will bo moasurcd on entering and an average gain of two and a half inches about the chest live indies about the waist ono and a half incites about the arm and an inch above tluiforearni is what is looked forward to as tho desirable result of tho first years bodily trainingand exercise of tho typical slim girl of seventeen LOVES YOUNG DREAM 1 am a married man and was I do not blush to say spoonc- - enough my Â¬ self in the days of my courtship but I am gratified to remember that thoro woro limitations to my weakness in tho spooney direct ion and there werenono in tho case of the young couple near whom I sat in Central Park tho other night They didnt know I was there but their rapture was too deep for them to care if they had known She was pretty enough to make it tantalizing to see her embraced by tho glorified youth who sat by her side With a bo atilio expression he gurgled out Whos sweet Her prelty hand caressed his downy cheek gently as she sweetly roplicd My Willie Whos my pet 1 she asked My little girly Need you a3k Im so glad Willy And you love mo just a teeny bit A teeny bit -- now Willy More than that then A billion trillion times more Soft Gtirsllncs of a Couple AVIioho Spooney Trails AVuru Woll Iiuvolopml 1 No Yes indeed indeed What makes you lovo mo Oh becauso youro so sweet t so so You dear sweet littlo birdie You precious precious old boy Precious to whom To me Ever and ever so precious Yes indeed ever and ever and ever A Proclou tittle linotr Tho Bndlolan Library purchased at n sale n small volnmo doxcrihed In tho cntulogo an Quatuor Evangelln muo XIV This is now found to bo tho Evnngolistnriuin or porti- Â¬ ons of tho Gospols recited during tho mass which belonged to St Margaret Queon of Scotland tho granddaughter of Edmund Ironsides and mother of Mntlidn tho wife f Honry L and tho foundress of Dunfrrmlino Abbey who dlod In HHKl It ifl beautifully illmninatod with four full pngo pictures of the Evangelists in tho English stylo of th J first part of tho eleventh otmtury From o psjuogo In tho Life of tho Queen by Turgot compnred with nn inscription in tho volume It Is clear that this very book waa believed to havo been tho subject of a inlraolo in Having been Immersed In a rive for a eouHldernhlo tlmu without receiving Injury Tho MS was coimoquently in thu poMWBlon of Ixrd Wlllhim Howard c Nuvrorlh who javo it iu present binding AIo Awd ii wicked so sweet and precious Oil no Im not No yoifroMoJ Yes I am too Im awfully bad and No jouro not Oil Just ns mean and i 1 rid but I just am Im too hor- Â¬ Titer who boost most fall most tot rt ailouu Now Willie Ill ory hard if you go on talking so about tho sweetest old boy in all this world Am I sweet Sweet Yoxivojust asswcot its you can be Hut no ono loves mo Yos thoy do Whop You hnowf No I donL do JScer so muuliF - iVwjej TidUUs HBHt fm Ff ji t waaiwaawaBaawaawaaaajaawwwiMiwaj - TEMPERANCE THE LAST GLASS Whore foaming glnssea jot and song Fllloil up the hours Tliero gathered rough and bearded uicn And fair faced boys within that den Of Satans powers With reckless air As U pursued by llcnds within lie sought the place where drink and din Soon banished care One enmo as often as tlio rest To share tlio slowing wine and jest A merry crowd n cnrolcss throng children 1 How did this drinking affect thoir I Ono night tlio usual glass was poured Amid the rr vcl songs encored Hy those who heard Tlio poison alttii tt iinds his lips When from his hands the goblet slips Without a word A muttered outh a dogged air A sudden lull a general btarn Then loud and clear Fill mo another glass Ho spoke My norves are shaky let It pass Heres to all here J i 4 i I I LONGEVITY AND LIQUOR Intoxicating Drinks tint Must rowm ful I can not drink it fof there swims Obstacles to Long Life A face above tho foam that brims There is much in modern life that The fyeoof ono Whoso heart would ncho to sec me horo tends to shorten existence and to Whose heart would break I am so dear diminish the probability that a man or Hoys I am done woman will reach ninety to say noth Â¬ Dono with tho poison heres my hand ing of a hundred We lead more ox- With God s help I nlcan to stand citing and moro wearying lives Hy all 1 say It is And stand by her whose dear face lies in vain that a person has a splendid Between mo and the revelries constitution to begin with wears ilan I leave to day nel or the equivalent of llanncl next Emma ly niton In Detroit Frtt Pr to Ins skin dwells in a warm dry THE WORK OF BEER house and eats and drinks even Tint JUalt Liquor ItospoiiKlhlo for u Iurgo thing that is good and wholesome if Share f JViimlo IniljiIuty at the same tune ho habitually over- Â¬ Beer does it looks upon his taxes his strength Docs what asked tho reporter muscles as mere machinery to bo It starts thorn replied tho police driven at high pressure and ruthlessly Do you sou that woman sergeant calls upon his nerves to squander their It would have boon impossible not reserve power when cvory other to see her and having soon her once source of energy is exhausted Men it would bo oven more di Hi cult to for Â¬ or women who to be intend get her She was not old yet she was centenarians in these days must com Â¬ beat and orookod as a scrub oak llor bine something of the old mode of life dress was of tho poorest quality be Â¬ with something of tho now mode of draggled soiled and ragged I lor face living They must while availing was Foamed with lines or dissipation themselves of all tho scientific discov- Â¬ and her brown hair himg down her eries and sanitary appliances of the back in a matted and tangled coil She age imitate their grandsircs in tho leaned heavily against tho sergeants steady and tranquil habits that pre Â¬ desk and looked doliantly around her vailed befor tlio invention of locomo Â¬ Mary said tho sergeant what is tives and the telegraph Thoy must it this time havo thoir eight hours of sleep regu- Â¬ Nothin responded the woman larly they must havo intervals of re Â¬ What is it ollicer pose and ae ancy in tho daytime they Drunk and disorderly replied tho inustfspcnd a goodly portion of their Sho was singing oflicer There waking hours in tho open air Nor is a bettor land to tho tune of Wo will that sufiiee there will havo to be wont go homo till morning on Tenth regularity in the hours of their meals avenue about an hour ago and when 1 anil discipline in tho ordering of tho went to take her in sho laid down in dishes of which tho meals aro com- Â¬ tho gutter and I had to get a truck to posed We cannot believe that any haul her to tho station house and tho body will ever live to ono hundred ollicer wiped his face as though the re- Â¬ who cats a heavy dinner every night collection even made him warm of his life at eight oclock Cham Â¬ remarked pagne and brandies Bordeaux or Bur Â¬ Take her down stairs No need of question Â¬ gundy should bo forsworn by persons the sergeant ing her I know her pedigree Ten who deliberately sot before them tho continued tho sergeant attaining of their hundredth birthday years ago Mary wa3 Neither with such an ond in view addressing tho reporter as pretty a girl its lived in this ward I would the active life of a politician a lawyer or a doctor be a sano enter onco thought of marrying her myself but a friend of mine was ahead of mo piise In ordor to reach that distant and tho wedding was tho event of tho goal there must bo a training if not severe at least regular and unflinch- Â¬ Edison Â¬ What is tho cause of her down- ing Most of all there must prevail in the existence of such person a tran- Â¬ fall Â¬ an uurufiled calm JJcor started her John her hus- quil scren it- band ho was divorced from her live Neither generous passions nor enthu Â¬ years ago used to bring homo beer in siastic ideals must bo allowed admit- Â¬ The pulse must never be tho evening and Aw got to like it too tance up beyond a certain point woll Now sho drinks stalo boor in tin driven cans when sho cant got whisky or cither by work by anxioty by fear or At tho same timo moro rum I tell you beer starts most of by hope stagnation will in all probability thorn Out of lifty women arrested hero last summer 1 learned that thirty never enable a person to live to ono of thorn got their first taste for liquor hundred Thcro is such a thing as rusting out as well as wearing out If from beer Â¬ Tho repdrtcr questioned a promi a candle does not burn brightly nent physician of this city who was enough il docs not consume tho wax for several years connected with tho with rapidity and goc3 out for Want stall of tho Fort Hamilton Homo for of adequate combustion It is so no Inebriates regarding tho way women doubt with tho human body and tho human spirit London Standard begin to drink I havo studied rather carefully into TEMPERANCE ITEMS this subject replied tho doctor and Tun young women of San Diego havo a few figures which may be in- Â¬ Â¬ Cal havo organized a Christian Tem Â¬ Out of 200 inebriated womteresting en somo of whom belong to our so perance Association and will build a The association has over 1 found that 120 15000 hall called first socioty of two hundred members began their drinking by tho use Tins country again has beforo it an beor 117 by drinking whisky as punch It could not irrepressible conilict 20 began with wine 8 at first usually It can 11 could not remember exist half slavo and half free with gin and Of tho not exist half drunk and half sober used what bovorago was first beverages first used while in but 37 ThoTemporanco question to day llko cases it began with whisky in 187 tho slavery question in 1860 is no it had become tho favorite bov longer a question of individual rescue drunk but of National safety Jlttral Xoio cragv hopeless Sovoral ardi havo gono toward insanity Yorker A vnoMivrNT Christian worker re- Â¬ had Hover dnink any other intoxi Â¬ cant than beer Ono hundred and cently stated that ho had in his office twonty two woro committed to prison a book containing seven hundred fiG for drunkenness for oUensos pledges signed by intempcrnto men against chastity and public ordor and and of tho seven hundred ho could 16 for crimes against property Thoir count on tho fingers of ono hand tho nges when last conunlttod averaged number who had been faithful to thoir J50J years Slxty livo woro botweon plodgo and remained total nbstatner SO and HI yours of age 49 botwoon 25 What n lesson this hIioiiM bo to parent end 31 yearn of ago 84 botwnou 20 and and teachers ns to tho importance oi 20 yours of age 30 botweon lft and 21 having tho foundations of character yours of Bgo Tho rtnnaimler woro carefully laid und largely fixed in early MfaCmgrcgutiQntiltoL pvr 41 year of no1 Hut sot It down and faced tho men Who sat around Boys and his voico was hoarse with rtrcad 1 can not drink that glass he said A sudden sound Like smothered laughter thon his fneo All Stern and white subdued tho place And silence fell I can not drink it for their lies Within Its depths u pair of eyes x Llko Heaven in hell lie lifted up th glass ngaln press havo somo statistics on this stu too Of 111 inobriato mothers 33 of whom had inobriato husbands 108 children woro born Of those 227 perished in infancy and early child hood and of tho survivors many aro doomed evidently to an early death In many eases tho dea r f these chil Â¬ dren was indirectly due to tho inobrio ty of the parents as cold deprivation etc Ages Twenty seven of tho 204 women bcan to drink intoxicants be- Â¬ fore thoy were ton years of age 11 be Â¬ tween the ages of l and lfl 74 botweon Maud 21 37 botweon 20 and 26 33 between 2 and 31 10 between 30 and 41 3 between 40 and 51 Do most women begin drinking in early life Tho average ago whW thoy began was 18 years Moro than one half had formed habits of intemperance be foro they woro 21 years of age and more than one third at tho giddy ago of from 15 to 20 inclusive One hun Â¬ dred and thirty two begun to drink so- Â¬ cially and with female friends Tho police sergeant was right xV Y Mail and Ex- Â¬ Boor does it jeet I A Homo flta Can TOk I CURRENT ITEMS Even body has hoard of a horso laugh An enormous oil Hold has boon dis- Â¬ but who has over scon an oqulno gifted with power of speech 1 Buch an auhnal would covered in Venezuela near Lake Mar thopronounced a mlraclo but so would tho bo acaibo telegraph and tho tolenhoiio havo boon a years ago Why even very reAn engineer on tho Wabash rail- Â¬ hundred euro for consumption would navo cently u way whoso train litis yet to meet with boon looked upon as miraculous but now its first accident attributed his good peoplo aro bogmning to roalizo that tho dis Golden luck to a cat that has been ids constant euso is not incurablo Dr Piercostakou in Medical Discovory will euro It if companion in tho cab for a year time This worfd rcnowned remedy will dis- Â¬ In an advertisement by a railway not mako nowalungs but it will restore eased ones to hcnlthv Btato when all other company for somo uncalled for goods means havo failed Thousands can gruto tho lottor 1 had dropped from the fully testify to this All d igglsts word lawful and it read Peoplo to It muy socm paradoxical but it is a fact whom those packages aro directed are nevertheless that tho uinn who pursues tho requested to come forward and pay the ovon tenor of his ways nover gota oS bin bttsa JJostoii Courier awful charges on tho same In a Pittsburgh theater tho other AsarAUES tho tlKcronhlB foe llommuu In by hunter itprnn and bow night a citiuju arose in his seat and And rro ho tmuniin vimm tho ring Selects tho object of lilanprliiK violently Jiurlo l a potato at a dudo So disease in myriad forms fastens Its wlio was examining his tho citions fangs upou tho human race Ladies who wife through an opera glass and there- Â¬ suitor from distressing ailments peculiar to uso Dr Pierces upon threo or four hundred persons thoir sex should is a positive euroFuvorito Prescription It for tho vigorously applauded tho husband most complicated una obstiuato cases of South Africa a leucorrhou excessive flowing painful men- Â¬ D In Capo Colon unnatural suppressions prolap- Â¬ Hock of 1430 cwos struationfalling of tho womb weak back shepherd drovo a sus or f cmalo weakness antovcrsion retrover- Â¬ up to a small building in which ho As sion bearing down sonantionn chronic con- Â¬ took rofugo from a thundor storm gestion inllamumtion nud ulceration of tho the sheep crowded around tho building womb inflammation pain and tenderness in it was struck by lightning and 700 of ovaries accompanied with internal heat thorn woro killed outright The shop It is only natural wo suppose that a a sovoro shock herd escaped with tiller of tho soil Hhould dresd In a eoedy An eclipse 900 miles long from manner east to west and COO miles wido from IfurvKftt Kxcuralon north to south with Springfield 111 Tho Great Rock Island ltouto C It I as its center will inclose an area on P Rv will sell Oct llth Harvest Excurfor tlio sion tickets which is produced about three fourths to principalat ono faro Kansas round trip Nobrnsku points in of tho entire grain crop of tho United North western Iowa Minnesota ami Dako- Â¬ States tho annual yield varying from ta Limit iU dnvs from ditto of salo For 13 1200000000 to 1500000000 bushels tlckots or further Information address A Ilolbrook General Ticket and Passenger Fanner and Manufacturer Agent Cuicugo 111 A Georgia clock stopped at the Jfr bark in on tho sen remarked the momont when its owner was arrested man who uout his dog on shipbovd Mr charged with murder Yesterday it chant TravtUr started again without tho aid of any Ah tuat TwinorI Youro rhoumntio one and a few moments afterward it Seek reltof from Glenns Hulphur Hoap was learned that tho alleged murderer Hills Hair and Whisker Dyo 60c Tho best had boon acquitted Tho man who Tni fastest leg In thought to bo tu invented this story of which this is a Waterloo Ubservtr resume bus not had his trial yet Probably tho only bootblack who Dont disgust everybody hy hawking over voluntarily gavo Ida parents tho blowing and spitting but uso Dr Bagels money he earned is Sammy Hillier of Catarrh Remedy and bo cured Toledo The liltlo follow often goes to A rnicuiT pear tho hedgc hog ond tho distant towns and his mother most of porcupine Jloiton Cvrnmcrcnl MulUtln tho timo does not know where ho is Dhst cosiest to uso and cheapest While Sammy was at tho National Remedy for Catarrh Uy druggists FIsoa 60c Drill at Washington his mother was Cukdit dl Iters from wine lu thU rcipoct surprised to receive an express packago uga from him containing twenty ono dol- Â¬ It does not improve with lars MAVCHtALT MTHe LIVER MtHTWC Iff OWDCS i YtmM bbbbT I I iIwbTbbV JbTbBbbbb Ir A ssSSS vIb Ia 5a raw flf Jtov i bbbC B 4 V iQliBBuL V JJcaaaal J Â¬ Tho trcutntont of many thousands of cassf of thoo chronio vrcaUncsses and distrcsslnr allmonts peculiar to females at tbo Invalid Hold and tiurgical Institute Buffalo N Y has afforded a vast oxnerlcnco In nicely adapt Inir and tiiorouirhly touting remedies for th euro of TTomnnB peculiar maladies Dr riorco Farorlto Broscrlptl is tho outgrowth or result of this great aa vaiiiablo oxperionoo Thousands of teetlBao nlola received from patients and from phyaf clana who liavo tested it In tho moro afrirra Ynted and obstlnnto cases which bad bailicd their skill prove It to bo tlio most wonderful remedy over dovlsod for tho reliof and cure oT eulTorluir women It Is not rocommonded as A curtMill but as a most perfect Bpcciuo for womans jccullnr nlhucnta An n poworliil liiTlKoratln toutc It imports etrcuffth to tho wliolo systcra nnd to tho womb and Its appendages J particular worn out For overworked K run down debilitated touchers milliners dressmakers scauutrcsscs shop Kirls hotifo kecor8 nursliiK mothers nnd fevblo womes Renentlly Ur Pierces Favorito Irescriptloa la tho jrrcatcst earthly boon leing unoqualed as on appetizing1 cordial and restorative tonic Aa a Mouthing- and HtrotiRtuoultiff uorvlno Is Favorito Prescription Is une-and 3ualed nervousluvaluablo in allayiiijr and aub excitability irritability ex hauHtlon profltratiOB hyeterla spasms anl othor dlBtrowlntr norvous symptoms comÂ¬ monly attendant upon functional and organic dlseoso of tlio womb It Induces rofrcahlna sleep and roliovos mental anxiety and do epoudonoy - il Hi i V m physician nud odnptcd to womans dolicata orKtinUatloii It is puroly vcjrctablo In Its composition aud perfect harmless lu Its effects in any condition or tho system For morning slclcneei or nauwsa from whatovos otuiBO arlslnif weak stomach indlKestlou dys pepsla aud kindred symptoms its uso In small doses will provo very bouollclal Proscription a Ilorcea Favorito IcRltlmato experienced medicineandcarefully compounded by an skillful la JJr Immigrants to tlio West I Do von know what oft cu times awaits you if unfurnished with medicinal protection You can not safely llvo on nowly cleared water Bodilcn noil on tho bunks of low lying BtrcaiiiH unless you tiro prepared to on countor malaria Take with you or scud for llostottcrs Stomach Hitters provided with which you can not only bid dellanco to iniiisnm borh diseases but also to uffcctioiis of tho fltomacli liver bowels uud kidneys It also nullilles tho cftcota of exposure to d l l fiUnSKETS dampness and fatigue - How to bo happy though married Oct along without u hired iirL tiyracuti lhrixld ii QGWDIMM liy ailrrMifrtl or tiTjml condition of lie IIW lit Krlulile llemndy lor lirrr unluiti Harvest KxciirMloni Q It R Tho Burlington Route C 1 will sell on Ootoborll Harvest Excursion Tickets at ono faro for tho round trip to principal mints in Nebraska Kansas Minne sota and Dakota Limit thirty days Tick Â¬ ets and further information uiay bo obÂ¬ Q Ticket Ahcut or tained of any C II bv addressing Paul Morton Ocncral Pas senger und Ticket Agent Chicago Illinois Â¬ HUH 4JC tirillllil IlinlPirini hm IllrllUU AN INVALUAMH FAMILY MEDIOINB ThoiiBnnclBof testimonials provoititmorlt 1JUUOUIST Cimitipntlun llllluuir Jaundice IiRadacas ilnlnrm IlhruiiiAtuni utc It n cuUtn the butvl purl- AHX Iirtr if iml lllicaiiird IarRO bottloM 100 bottloa for 500 of Jeucorrheo oxcislvo llowlnjr pnlnftilmenstruntion unnatural suppressions prolapsus or fullimr of tho womb weak back female weakness antovcrsion retroversion bearlnK down sensations chronio congestion Inflammation and ulocrutlou of tho womb ln llummation pain and tondcrncss in ovuric accompanied vlth Infernal heat Aa a regulator and promoter of func- Â¬ tional action at that critical period of chanr from girlhood to womanhood Favorito Pro- Â¬ scription is a perfectly safo remedial etrcnt and can produoo only good results It is eoually cffleuolous and vaitmblo In Its effects when taken for thorn disorders aud derangements incident to that tutor nnd most critical period known an Tho Chango of Life Fnvorlto Proscription when takes In connection with tho uso of Dr Ploroo0 olden liodlcal Discovery nnd small laxative 0 doses of Dr Pieroos Purgative Pellets Llttla Liver Pills cures Liver Kidney and Bladder discuses Their combined uso also remove blood talntR and abolishes cancerous an4 scrnruloiifl humors from tho system Favorito Proscription is tho onlr medicine for women sold by druggists uiidec a posltlvo giiaraiiton fnm tho mnnu fncturors that it will give satisfaction In overr cas or money will bo refunded This guaran- Â¬ tee lias been printod on tho bottlo wrapcr and fnlthfully curried out for ninny yesrs dooes tlvo euro for tho Btluato cases ravorlto lroaorlptlon la a post moat complicated aud otv t Si 8100 or six lj Women 1C0 pages napor covercd cents in Htamps Address For largo illtistrutod Trcatlsoon Disenscsof soud tea WILL TELL 1UU I r lltllri ATIOM Worlds Dispensary Medical Association 003 Wain St IHTFrAro Pf Y caMOfc fy wmimr nANDSOME PANTBJ rS A GREAT nttontlon our I OFFERIndf wo call of jfisf k inm rrndnrs to tho liivndoiuo irocitt tlintls liolng jiroparcd for Uicnu spnclnl nrrnttKiinont will DotnoroNta Monthly tlioUroatoct To be struck for money is a very painful blow No sTitANarit should visit tlio city without Binoking Tausills Punch fie Cigar sion order In flrst clnftM guar tfp Iorfcet Kit mndo to rcTnuded cloth aud loot meuuro worth 10c cpna 2 sc stomp PENTS 8TYIiISH wiMliiij A OUR FUIili SHOES bent LbnwarM Iltidu In Blxaa to nntl tyle Per fact Wt refer to ny Tlnnk lCxpron or Itadtoff Co lnianri lintlia In Mkntai gymnastics Jumping to a conclu- Â¬ antned or money For snninlos of 4 tapn Circalura lrco rriibiisid It uuarnutod all others two to threo days FitAKiut Axii Gnr Asn will last two weeks Try it voico la JJ turn city U 1877 X JKMXISUH Wiikn an elcphaut lias a cold lit apt to get tusky HlifitelNCINNATl0 BALM of all Knmlr Macurluos wo wilt print In oar next Ihpuo an nnnPR cntltllnu ovory ono of our UllULrt rcmlurn ton imtUirn of this hand souioJnokut ifrco Jook out for It for It la worth iloontn Wlills DmuoroHts Is not a Knililon Miuth Kino tunny tipioio It to liu b rnuso Ita KniOilon departments llko nil Its othor DopurttnotiuU o perfect Dont snbacrlbc for nnoUior Mnpnzlno for noxt yen lioforo nondliitf for this nnttern for tho iinlturaa dotcrlpilro etrÂ¬ vulopo will oonulu full Informa tion about Dcuiorcsts Stontiilr wlilfh la imhllliod tir lIKSUIUHT IS Xal lllhStrtal fwTrt lr CO H Loaded to kill a midsummer npplo tree Lift MrN of uoto on greenbacks thoso whoso faces yon boo XuhiiI lnHHaf5H ELYsCATAltRH CHbAM JCfVCi OIonitHofl tho mmum co 9ak rmam 9 2 BaaaaBPlaaa MAKHATTAH VaaaW IDAIY THRtE BABRtl IPIEPER CREECH 10ADEU ft by adding a tyllnblo to Homi What word may bo belong AllnjH Iuln uud pronounced quicker I ii 11 nin mat Ion DAU HAMMERIESS HAMMERIESS It Quick Thoy Wiikn lnim nro paid to get oft thoir bono to quartettes ritUburyh Vltronlcle He h tor oh tlic Senses of Tusto and Smell IIonlH the Sorer siioviriio fv VSJL Send for Catalogue of BpoolalUca j 84 and 00 Chatnbora Street jiaiy Ittvr oatks York IXX1 tose your toes aro asleep thoy nro coma- Â¬ lit Jaul JJcrald m E JONES jMBkW HT KSBRAYSthoFREICcairn Toh WHfon N JBu 9 for WW TvcBCAUaad Ilfftm mention Ule nJ addrM iONES OF BIKQHAMT8H Try tho A CURE HAT--F- harbor shop must bo a great place for wool gathering luck A MXiro particle In implied Into cnrhnottril nntl lnnrrrnUe VJER KLY lUlUTUKItS JCiOncnwfch St hur York Rf err tlit nctlt tot ni S60 pr fr- - prn It -- driver SntKirr eAii superintendent to lou cant bo too enr full axjlintjx a now Texa 3i r Tun wlfo who carries on her husbands pawnshop after his decease is truly a Joan uhhiytoii Critic wldder Tin tug is tho only tiling that has its tows behind Ilrer Jllle lixllPi KUon otr Krr from Jlcrniryi Aicfiit ooiiUIik only 1iiro rtrtalilo Inyrcdlrnt Var ANTI BILIOUS PILLS THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY Chan v 4iy Tic MtU LIMAX For Mill YOft Kcoaion orSTEAM ENK -- cm rrivroN mw youic trio LlKhihic nnd dent- imrpoics tiend for Cir Urt to climax Jim coM Jlovntort rirn conny rv Tiir nttrnctlvo girl Is tho ono that can magnet eyas a MovfJMuth Partvjrapttfr Siiockino affair n galvanic battery cayo Huitilay Xattomti - Chi noo acts a an ulr brake when it ruthlcNHly break in upon an air that a ser Ttim ijlftlnys ouadur Is Hinging A iiULi r P EggWTntjijrsi7pgM Ta JM CURIS Uwt Cough Syrup TAatoa cood Uso la tliae Wolilhif druprfntrt WH tHt AIL VtSU AllS Jl g 1OIIIAMH ASTHMA HIKCirirJ DOiurnicASTHMA DlrtM imaJ Send fur jlm rfimLniliitilr relief lBaterreM1 aatCUIKHallCllMIItKUMCi lika t roriiAMfrttco u4 i7l ruiLAitXLrnupjL A fVrtl p pay PUClnUC0icorl drart bounty prc-rolhiTcdi bnOIUltU curtilt l vfitm1 iiructkn MucnMor no fro Wrltu for rlrciiUr and now lunn A W Mctou UIIK Son Unclanatl CM Wtutilnuloii It C RitablULtdTWENTT 1 lou Iir allDrticiUU THMll ana leiapuiel rKK IAtkAUfi rkutf Tun oldest female In town is Aunt Iqtilty dooctatlt Nun RHEUMATISM Out on firsta broken engagement llwjtoH Frte JrM one Columbus took In 1401 Vur I the euro fltkUUdUUnn lo iKNFblfJTINK CO IM NEURALGIA hendlor RnCPIIIIl now ready you Hare roliTlncn HU Jnlfi Paav Addrria Cincinnati Ohio iTnucccnnuei oc vv CMS PR viikj HtrwnpforMnitiniotli JliuoMOtiWin ithownrld i num ii6u jkwkihv lou In liiriii tVltliru rwMNM W MMiaaM UiriUuitu wm Thk oldest tramp In the country Is tho SPAYDS What Is tho dltfertiuco botweon an miction and HcoHiukucKsY Ono Is a snlo of oiroctH ami tho other Uiu oifoet of a sail A hotki wslter may tnlk uawtc yufc tkiwlc FACE eiNTMEHT AMD FACE 88AP rura f or Irekl4i ilmplr IJcr inojea anil Mailed on rtxrlpt of iirlraMo 1m C K SlAYU iharmiUUt TaWdo W Wlfrt BaHir wliem WhoUsalaand ratall price lUifm HAIR HUUtlltem WaUaUfcTCiktfi at Wtm tent a OD aay dVY nmnte worth Vhm Ihif bora H44Mb 5 jCPW a nl HKIXHtHJHIH1fret ftM itTtm finillli MrtmhlBB MUUnjrtinwrs a tJMtJy rbaHa CnrtA laWlllaaal II r HHKrTBTKttSlrrK tuiifar Hi nvr biuiM wv r - iN K H J SH 1U4 Mm - pensions 9mmfiixm lata Hnt fu hv Alirtaiina4 tm liii JII mir9 Tri ragegJ1 Exchange fVfftm ti Ft - good trim for playing although they dont practice but six days out of tho week PUBUSHED BY SPENCER COOPER Jordon Wills is putting up an ice - SI Year house Jord is getting very fleshy and Aad Matt 1J Pftld la Advance ho dont want to get too hot t J R Lyons and wife were visiting TIMETABLE at R A Childers in this place last week R A Childers sold L P Hall one IKcntacky and South Atlantic Railway house and lot in this glace last week for jStandardlimc 22 minute slower than Mt a handsome profit Sterling time No 1 leaves Mt Stealing at 7 A M arrives Rev J P Lockhart has moved from at Rothwell at 840 A ar this place to Menefec county No 2 leaves Rothwell at 9 A Mt arrives at Rev W T Eklar preached a very in- Â¬ AM Ht Sterling at 1050 M ar- iNo 3 leaves Mt Sterling at 140 teresting sermon at this place to a largo rives at Rothwell at 320 P M congregation last Sunday morning Ho 4 leaves Rothwell at 345 P M arrives at Mt Sterling at 530 P M Rev Williim Grain who has charge INo 2 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A of this church will move into ono of R O railway M and 157 P M trains on 0 for Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville A Childers houses at this place Let iNoS conneotuAt Mt Sterling with 1105 a everybody give him and his wife a cor- Â¬ M train on C fc O from the East and 130 PM train from Louisville and Cincinnati dial welcome iWMontgoinery county court day special We could not get along without The Heaves Rothwell on the 3rd Monday in each month afc 730 A M arriving at Mt Sterling Herald and everybody should take it at 9 AM Returning leaves Mt Sterling Long may it herald us the news it 3 P M arriving at Rothwell at 430 P M Leaves Rothwell for Mt Sterling at 6 P M Upper Grassy Ky Oct 15 Rev GEO B HARPER Supt Marison Nickell and A B Stamper arc Hazel Green Herald a Morris Carr who has carried the mail Subscription r 1 EASTERN KENTUCKY MtfHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING vConipllad by County Correspondents and Cut rind CondciiHod from Our ContoinporurloA MOItGAN COUNTY Special Correspondence Grassy Cheek Ky Oct 17 Robert Greer sold his farm atljoiniug this place ito JoBeph McClure for 000 Born To J S Wheeler and wife a 1 Rc t Hi daughter Western Pnyton and wife of Mont- Â¬ his residence in thio neighborhood soon gomery county are visiting rclutivcs at We have been informed that hois a good this plnce citizen and we welcome all such in our A II Oldfield eold a horse to Amos midst Davis for 110 J A Oldfield eold twen- Lark Phipps of this vicinity has sold steers to Boon Lacy for ity tliree year-old his farm to Thornton Jones of Breathitt t560 They were very large and fine county Mr Jones has now become a for this country resident of this community and Mr J T Havens sold five Phipps will leave soon iheifere for 20 per head Rov Mr Chancy preached at Bethsa Tho counry Judge has appointed Boon 1cm on the Gth inst It is thought that Byrdas superintendent to open a new Mr Chancy will locate in Hazel Green iroad from this place to intercept tho rond and preach for tho Presbyterian churches iiearllolly Wilsons which will be a direct of Morgan Mencfce Wolfe and Breath- Â¬ route from hero to Daysborough and will is old minister and bcagrcat advantage to the neighborhood itt counties be He an wc would glad to have him labor Mr Byrd with about sixty hands will two-year-ol- holding a protracted mectiug in this vicinity Mr Nickell is also accompanied by his son in law Peter Amyx and wifo Eliza his youngest daughter and Miss Mollic Tnpp who are visiting their friends and relatives of this community Born To the wifo of Wm Toliver on the 8th inst a boy Married at tho residence of the brides father on the 3d inst Mr Thornton Jones to Miss Eliza Phipps Green Chancy of this vicinity has sold a part of his farm to Isaac Back of Magoffin county Mr Back will make d coramcnco work on said road next Fri day N E Fugato is very low with flux Solomon Long has been very sick for sometime J S Wheeler of this place has gone to Mt Sterling with a lot of stock for aale We are pained to note tho death of Rov R A Humphcy Ho had been preaching hero for tho past year and was much liked by all who know him Wm Goodpastor and Dock Stamper Jiavo gone to Mt Sterling with a nico lot wf cattlo and hogs Wo hopo they will find a good market The school is progressing in firat class ifltylo At this place under tho control of J Z Qaney among us The corn crop is very good in this vi- Â¬ on tho route from Frenchburg to West E8TADLI8HKD IN 18S6 Liberty has flew tho track We are glad to say that tho stock sale Capital Stock at this place resurrected last Thursday with a big suit of trade and business SURPLUS 1041428 IRON clothes on Below is a list of the sales 62 6q J A C Murphy 1 yoke oxen Does a gancral banking business and is Tinners Stock Mantels Etc J D Henry 8 steer- 218 00 the only bank in the city that sells Foreign And Manufacturers of J C K Murphy 12 heifers 192 00 Exchange Plain tamped and Japanned Tinware Trompt attention given to the collection Wm Cecil 4 steers 113 43 Miles Yocum 1 cow 662 West Main Street 22 85 of debts aud the patronage of thc people of the mountain counties is especially soWm Yocum 1 yoke oxen 76 00 licited and 201 to 209 7th St J G TRIMBLE Tresidont R M Pieratt 2 Bteers 60 90 LESLIE THOMSON Cashier KY 486 00 J A Lacy 18steers MT STERLING KY aG Gm Stove Pieratt 2 steers 60 00 Heath Bartly 2 mule 75 00 A good agent of either mt h Harry Oldfield 1 horse 110 00 in 1 Prindiwl W AW - towns and cities in the Total If b to take orders for our new patent low 1475 68 solid Bronze or Nickle Door Plates AND Blurt oor Bells Straet Numbers Ac From 100 to 500 can be made in a very short time Wrotchod Indeed Fine outfit cases for samples FKEE Write Are those whom a confined tendency to for proof of what agents arc doing and Iitt of unoccupied territory It will pay you to biliousness subject to thfi vnrinnn nnrl do so Wc refer to the editor of this paper SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIRTS changeful symptoms indicative of liver 20 year between life who has purchased one of our plates Having struggled comnlaint 2sTnusen sink iipnrlnnhp mn MICHIGAN DOOR PLATE CO stipation furred tongue an unpleasant and death with ASTHMA or PHTHISIC Â¬ Grand Rapids Mich treated by eminent physicians and receivA 11 I i uicuiii ii uuu ur aimrp pain ill me neigll- - ing no benefit I was compelled during the borhood of the afiectea organ impurity last 5 years of my illness to sit on my chair of the blood and loss of appetite signal- day and night gasping for breath My sufize it as one of the most common of ferings were beyond description In despair WITH maladies There is however a benign I experimented on myself bv compounding specific for the disease and all its un Â¬ roots and inhaling the medicine thus obtainpleasant manifestations It is thn mn ed I fortunately discovered this WONDER- CAFUL CURE FOR ASTHMA current testimony of the public and the TARRH warranted to relieve theAND stub most medical profession that Hostctters born case of ASTHMA IN i lVJfci AUK U TlvO Stomach Bitters is a medicine which so that the patient can lie down to rest and achieves results speedily felt thorough sleep comfortably Please read the follow and benign Besides rectifying liver ing condensed extracts from unsolicited tes date disorder h invigorates the feeble con- timonial all ot recent San Jose Cal writes Oliver VR Holmes quers kidney and bladder complaints I find the and even more than and hastens the convalescence of those represented Remedy all instantaneous relief I receive recoverinc from enfoohlinfr flimnsp E M Carson A M Warren Kan writes 637 Main Street Moreover it is the grand specific for Wus treated by eminent physicians of this country and Germany tried the climate of i ever and ague uiucrenioiaies noiuing auoruea reuci ukp a61y your preparation MAGOFFIN COUNTY L B Phelps P M Griggs Ohio writes WORD Suffered with Asthma 40 yearsJYour mediSpecinl Correspondence cine in 3 minutes does more for me than the WITH Salyerville Ky Oct 18 Col R most eminent physician did for me in three J Samuels of Fleming county was a years C Plimpton Joliet 111 writes Send II guest last night of Geo B Gardner and Catarrh Remedy at once Cannot get along family He is here in railroad interests without it I find it to be the most valuable medicine I have ever tried HARNESS AND COLLARS and gives much encouragment We have many other hearty testimonials 707 709 A 711 W MAIN STREET Circuit Court is now in session with of cure or relief and in order that all suffer ever and r Asthma Catarrh LOUISVILLE KY Judge Cooper on the bench For all ers from diseases may have Hayopportunity an kindred pistol cases the fine is fifty dollars and of testing the value ot the Remedy we will TOE R TURNER Bend to any address TRIAL PACKAGE ten days imprisonment Headquarters Mt Sterling Ky FREE OF CHARGE If your druggist fails Mr T W Hager of Ashland is visit- Â¬ to keen it do not permit him to sell you some KKIMIESKNTING worthless imitation by his representing it to ing his parents here Co be just as good but send directly to us D M Hager is home again after an Write your name and nddreHs plainly Wholesale Drolers in CO Props Address J ZIMMERMAN absence of several weekn Wholesale Druggists Wooster Wayne Co Mr and Mrs Teitz of Ironton Ohio Ohio Full size Box by muil 100 ju20y W Main St LOUISVILLE KY have been guests of the Prater House for Mt Sorling every County Court W W BINGO W KUSSELI TADOK several days DBALRRS Banluri Kentucky BRINKLEY GRUBBS IX SIOO000x STOYESJIN PLATE 8HEET Â¬ LOUISVILLE D LANGELLS ASTHMA CATARRH REMEDY Mmnrf rilBex 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ H J CLARKE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ West LOUISVILLE Â¬ WA Harbison Gath right SADDLERY i oreen Huffakpr OOT3 AND SHOES cinity Conley Hancy Isom Long and John B Amyx are all engaged in the log Â¬ ging business They aim to put about six hundred logs into the creek at this phico and float them out into Lick Â¬ ing River It was thought that there would be a good mast here but it seems now that the acorns are quite scarce Our sunday school at this place is pro Â¬ gressing finely and the officrs have agreed to keep it up during tho winter though this is not often undertaken except in tho towus Sunshine R E Smith and John Murray com- Â¬ Â¬ mercial tramps arc in our midst The robbers entered the store of GardHager a few nights ago ner Johnson by prizing open the window and breaking into the cash drawer but found no money as it had all been transfered to the safe BETWEEN The M E Sunday school was organ Â¬ ized and started out again with a large Rothwell Station and Hazel Green Tabor Bingos DAILY Disease Hack Line Â¬ HICK res BEAUX a TIIE IJUN a JNO A MARVELOUS INVENTION i oonquitb- - M WiW Mick tlb Your correspondent attended Circuit Court at West Liberty several dayB in Ike pBt two weeks While there wo were la4 io have tho pleasure of meeting the Editor f the Mt Sterling Sentinel who ia a jolly good follow He informed us that he was a reader of The Herald and Raid ho had noticed somo well gotten p letters in Tiie Herald from this point Wfl guess ho knew who ho was ttalking to while wo represent The Her ALDat thkpokit We hopo you will permit toe to aay ure have been a reader of tho Sentinel for a somber of years and think tt has keen well gotten up all tho time Born To Henry Murphy and wife a tton We learn that Albert Oakley a very respectable citizen died of flux on last Saturday night Wm Havens has been Vory sick but at this writing is improv Â¬ ing Court of Claims will commence At Vcat Liberty Tuosday Oct 25th On The Wrea -- hl Oct 17 W W Mnnker ot bolng alAq to supply tho demand he has for lumber at tho mill at this place hA bought a new mill and put it up three iniles from hero in a win to pine Ho will have the lumber hauled foreat Share and drcatcd on his planer MaytowH Is on a boom in tho way of improvement MAVTOWN K B May Deems iuclincd to go Into tlit drKinmiug business Wo bavo sees Vim around with Sample a few times ttml he shews off vory well with them TheN lis been m considerable amount ol wbftat mwmIu thh neighlwrhood CW Hwe of Mt Sterling waa in Wwtt wfttk taking ordflW iromeur fttttttujitii g rocwi TJw m 111 lub at tliU pluw U itt tt mmd4 JkwC Ttoy are getting In attendance Sunday morning JSyConnccta with trains on Ky S A D B Redwine of Jackson is here railroad morning and evening -- QS attending Circuit Court StO Evory Wilburn Swift formerly of this place Children 3Ca LadlesAttention to but now of Geigerville is visiting his St Leave nazel Green 6 a m ar Rothwell 2 p m Lv Rothwell at 9 a m ar daughter Mrs W T Prater Hazel Green 6 p m Comfortable hacks Mark Foster son of Miles Foster near and careful drivers West Liberty Ky Oct 18 Circuit town died Sunday morning after an ill Â¬ Court is over and our town is as quiet ness of only twenty four hours He was as usual about nineteen years of age In tho case of tho Commonwealth vb The farmers are through sowing their David Roberta for the munder of James wheat Some of it is looking fine But buy Kellys STEEL axe It is the most L Kendall the jury found the defendSaturn perfect axe made Also buy STEEL horse ant guilty and fixed his punishment in shoes They will outwear iron And use tho State prison for life Johnsons Fork Oct 17 There ib STEEL nails They cost the same as iron For sale iu Hazel Green by M T Womack our County Supintcnd a great deal of improvement being done G B SWANGO ent started on Monday last to visit the on this creek C W I Pugh is putting W T CASKEY various schools of the county in a new water mill Bob Reed is repair Â¬ F McGUlRE Hon J W Kendall Col J T Hazel ing his old one R T Davis is building Chiles Thompson fc Co rigg and W W McGuire are attending a new barn and Buell P Simer is putting MT STERLING KY tho Magoffin Circuit Court up a new house Agent for Fstern Kentucky James A Lacy Circuit Court Clerk School at this place is progressing fine-Â¬ who has been confined to his room some ly under tho instruction of L C Davis S Co two weeks with flux has again assumed Prayer meeting every Thursday night NEW the duties of his office at tho Sugar Grove church conducted Miss Minnie Ward aud Mrs Jennie by J P Simer W Wilson L C Davis Livery Sale and Feed Stable Manker aro visiting at Mt Sterling this and others week Isaac Williams and Eli Day have just MT STERLING KY H C Turner left for Mt Sterling last returned from Louisville where they Saturday to attend court and will prob Â¬ have been is witnesses in tho U S Court ably visit Cincinnati before he returns Drovers1 and Traders Headquarters Billy Boosly Miss Mary Davidson of Floyd county What True Merit Will Do who lias been visiting Miss Vick Kendall The attention of horse and runic dealers Tho unprecedented Bale of Boschecs of this place returned homo lust Sunday German Syrup within a few years has is especially invited to our facilities for the morning astonished tho world It is without doubt handling or stock and we invite all traders Wolfe and Your correspondent paid Hazol Green tho safest and best remedy over discov- Â¬ of when in the adioining counties to call on us city a flying visit oti Sunday last and found ered for the speedy and effectual euro of ut this our everything lovely and thegoose hanging Coughs Colas and tho severest Lung llfAWnVt0 be mftletroubles It acts on an entirely different lyl 1 1 N H Y and return to us and wc will high with tho exception of some oxcit principle from tho usual prescription 111 V 11 LA k ond you free something of ment prevailing which originated as wo given by Physicians as it does not dry great value and importance to you that will in business will learn from a kick Remember tho maxim up n Cough and lcavo tho disease still in start you money right which than bring you in more nwoy anything the system but on tho contrary removes else in the world Anyone the oldor wo get tho moro wo learn tho causo of tho trouble heals the parts and live at home Either sex can do the work Some Wild Injun affected and leaves them in a purely thing now that inst coins all ages for all money healthy condition A bottle kept Wo will the Ezel Oct 17 J M Ploratt is on a houso for uso when tho diseases inmako workers Tills is one suirt you capital not needed of the genuine Impor busiuuts trip to Cincinnati their appearance will save doctora bills tant chances of a lifetime Those who are enterprising will not delay Died On tho lit lust infant child of and n loug spell of serious illness A ambitious andfree Addrcm Tkuk A Co trial will convince you of tho facts It Grand outfit G B Robinson Auguftn Maine is positively Bold by all druggists and R M Ploratt had a horoo to fall with general dealurs in the land Price 75 hin a few days ajo and brufrcd ono of ctt largo bottles GEO E WIIITT Of Elliott County his legs Ho is now going wreuad on WITH Mngint rates can got blank Warrants crutches like a candidate OoM Our jewel T F Carr wlto has Iwh Execution ami Replevin Bonds at this 810 at Went Liberty the two wcoka put offico fct 25 ceHt nor quire Sent by null HoJIeiU W Market St Louisvulk Ky thu patronage of Eastern Keutweky Un run Ja the watche U koma again on receipt tf prim r HUuk Hooks DUnki Ac EQin XlilutliUTHuonrr Urtwyjijtmt HagBrUim to mtln CUlls4 Sua Titoa XWtrMfjr aad B Ui sick m Imrhhn for I1m1Ii Wawftgano warfaro agnlnst physician or the medical fraternity eenernllr Their pphero of uto falnett li large ana wo deuro to aid thorn In far Mining auxiliary means or curing the sick The honait Dhrilclan occunles a hlah dIaco In DUbllo esteem and deierredly so too wnlle our Appll- are not a nan aca for ererr 111 tber are unt we claim for them and will atTord a apecdy euro oft entlmeaaXtermodldnesnaYOfaUed to Worollf ui GENUINE MAGNETIC APPLIANCES CLASSIFIED Send sUe of shoe worn IN8QLBS for cold feet and bad HIRnRCIlW circulation 91 per pair by mall per pair Send measure of wrist Send for circular DO IT Jraf IMiBSS MAGNETIC iMlhWeluZt of ankle Send for circular MA8NETIC com Bend for circulars z STEAL MAhRcTiC headache neura8la Catarrh eto Price II by raalL circular sleepless Bend for Â¬ MAurlkTlG Uyej cure sciaUo rheumatism hip disease etc rrtce 8S Bend slse of waist and leathlp Bend for circulars MAaHbllv troubledwlth nervous neadaehe neuralgia or catarrh will give relief Immediately Viieo IS each Send slse of hat worn Send for circulars MAGNETIC the kneels a poaUirvncura Itwlfl reduce the swelling and restore to natural slse Immediately Price 91 each by mall Bend sice ot knee Benafor circulars MAuHCTIu priceless io persons with woak lung They prevent and cure cold rheumatism neuralgia pneumonia throat troubles and ca Â¬ tarrh Price 98 Bead for olrculars with tesU V McWilliams snolals MAHHbTIG sore throat an tomllUls A benefit to elocutionists public speakers and sing ers They strengthen the vocal cords and prevent hoarseness Bond for circular Price 91 aaoh by Btnd sue of neck LtOOlNS for Rout rhouma MIGifSYIfl tiim lame legs fever sores and IflMVlllKallW varicose veins These leggtns nave acquired uni versal praise for their mtxlical qualities and for the ease with which they aro worn Price 93 each by mall Bend site ot leg around calf aad aakls Send for circular julokly removes patlon kidney backaches peculiar to ladies and Imparts wonder ful vigor to the whole body Persons of sedontary habits and Impaired nervous power will Ond them a valuable companion Prico 9 each by mail post paid Send forcircular Â¬ MAGNETIC 5WeTI8nXTnpSn Â¬ rnAHNbTIU men wm poiUively cure the fol lowing disease without medicine Pain In tho back nead or limbs nervous debility lumbago general debility rheumatism paralyslsnouragia sciatica diseases of tbo kidneys torpid Uvor sem Â¬ inal emissions Impotenoy heart dlieafo dyspep sia indlgesUon hornla or rupture piles eto Consultation free Price of lit It with Magnetic In Â¬ soles 10 Send measure ot waist sad sliootehoo worn Bend for circulars Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MAGNETIC - nervous rbeunmtum pepsia or with diseases of the liver kidneys head ache or cold feet lame back falling of tho womb leucorrhroa chronlo Inflammation of the womb an abdominal belt and a palrot Magnetlo Foot Untler les have no suporiors In the relief and cure of all these complaints They carry a powerful mag netic force to the seat of the disease Price of Halt with UagneUc Foot liatterlos 910 Bent by express O OI and examination allowed or by mall on receipt of price In ordering send meosuro of waist and sue of shoo firftWsOTcTOh- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fpAUHIilll for Indies ana gentlemen cure ehronlq rheumatism gout lumbago paralysis bronchitis lung disease and other complaint which bafrie the skill of our best physicians Price lt Henry Knoefol M each with Iniole Bnd measure of chest or bust and waist Persons living at a distance who can not coniult us in person should give a clear statement of their difficulties bv UtUr and we wllldeslgnste the kind of Appliances required In eacaM ease in street a cure rumiyour address for the Now Departure In Medical treatment i wits-n uiii a The Magnetlo Oarmtnts are adapted to all ages are wcrn over the underclothes not next lout iiss ins many gaivanio ana etecirieBtlBtBUS advertised ao extensively i aad should be taken eft at night They hold hir powtrfwreTW aware vera at mi sacne of t ho year nrOfder direct through your Dramtst fhytteisa 0eenU Mere Drakr w Uarvugb the pifeaUiir vt lhl uhi w sT 1L4 a Tltt MAOWrnO AVhLUMC ltttUmUCUM9VL OeX