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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n3 u IT A wv w -- yi W U SPENCER COOPER Owner ftnd Editor Hazel Green III AUAKd 1 -- kAaAk SniMt f - HERALD if 100 A YEAR - m It v tfc -- H Devoted to tko Development of Xaitnm Kentucky Always In Attvun v- - VOL HAZEL GREEN- WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 28 1887 nrm Spbmcer Cooper Chab M Nasi LINCOLNS STATUE Unveiled Saturday afternoon ClUcage Octohcr 22 The A TSAAO W MAPEL KSMS V HAZEL GREEN KY COOPER Will practice in all the Conrta of Wolfe and Breathitt oountieu Powell Menifee Title examined abstract furnuhed tax s paid for non rcaidont real estate bought aua Bold Collections a specialty AVQAJj JUIlAiJ AND Tv k Fallen S H C Herndon FALLEN REV E O GU ERRANT WOMAN SCORNED HEBNDON GENERAL ft JOHN H EVANS IIAZEL GREEN KY imWwwMii HAZEL GREEN KY Have the following property which they wish to sell at once and parties desiring to secure bargains will find it to their interest Itcspcctfnully solicitii the patronage of the to inspect the property We will trade some public and will attend promptly to all bus of it to blue grass land Write us No 1 73 acres of land on Laurel Creek iness entrusted to his care Wolfe county i miles from Hazel Green Good dwelling house and outbuildings well T SWANGO watered gooa timber fino apple orchard coal veins Ac HAZEL GREEN KY Â¬ Examiner of Depositions for Wolfe county XTr 3 One two story dwelling built in containing six roouiR good out buildWill attend to all business entrusted to hirn ings a well of never failing water beautiful grounds well sot with rare and valuable with promptness and dispatch shrubbery and a fine assortment of fruit c The best garden in town one grapes J 0 BACK of the most desirable dwellings to bo found in Hotel Green Situated on tho height leading to the celebrated Swango Springs about midway between tho center or town and the Springs JACKSON KY Deputy County Court Clerk of Wolfe No 1884 Â¬ J Attorney at Law trBTBusiness No 4 315 acres of land on Lacy Creek 2 miles south of Hazel Green on main road to Campton has about 200 acres of good timber and au incxhaustnblc quantity of the C LYKINS JO finest quality of splint and bituminous and some fine quality of cannel coal County Attornoy Ronl Estato Agont and Notary Public No 5 100 acres of land 2 miles south Practices in all Courts in Wolfe and Ad east of Hazel Green fine farming land 50 joining Counties and Court of Appeals acres in cultivation nearly all bottom land in good neighborhood and convenient to SJ Collectiona a Specialty schools and churches Campton Wolfb Copnty Ky attended to with promptness and dispatch Â¬ Â¬ C BAKER Attorney at Law JACKSON KY Physician and Surgeon JU J A TAULBEE No 6 500 acres of land the survey be ginning on the Standing Rock corner of jbee xowcu nuu wuiic uuuiuica xu ih hub 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 timber 40 acres of land most of which No 7 lies in the corporate limits of Hazel Green oa the rod leading from town to Swango Springs joins No 3 and is known as the Mrs Eliza Trimble tract Can be laid off into the most desirable town lots in Hazel Green It is newly fenced aud in cultivation o k Jackson Breathitt County KENTUCKY EO E WHITT Of Elliott uounty WITH Henry Knoefel St Co Ko 8 One house and lot in Northwest Hazel Green near the common school building good new dwelling house with four rooms good outbuildings garden fcc Â¬ 210 W Market No 9 2000 acres of land on Kentucky Solicit the patronage of Eastern Kentucky River and Frozen Creek Breathitt county Books Blauks Ac tor Blank 7 miles below Jackson on the surveyed lines of the Kentucky Union and Cincinnati and AY HOUSE Hazel Grekn Ky Vftwlv Fittpd nnd Refurnished Southeastern railroads It is covered with a K ninrlrAt flOords will be found heavy forest of the finest timber in the State Th V oak walnut poplar ash c ana upon the tabic at all times and the public including with inexhaustible veins of can Â¬ is underlaid patronage io respectfully nolieited Guests nel and bituminous coal will have ice and other luxuries to be bad in finst class country hotels In oonncction No 10 Abont 87 acrc3 of land on Lacy is a fine stable for horBes and Bhcd room for Creek 1H miles from Hazel Green hoe a of good hostler Pastur good barn is well fenced about 30 acres in vehicles in charge ace for horses grass an apple orchard some timber is well HORATIO TUTTLE Lessee watered and is good farming land MES LOU DAY Matron Louisville Ky pOMBS HOUSE CAMPTON KY t is S S COMBS PitornirTOR No 11 205 acres 4 miles southeast of Hazel Green ou Red River coal bank 52 in ches thick 230 acres of fine poplar oak and other timber 35 acres in cultivation 2 good dwelling houses and outbuildings 2 wells of never tailing water and good young orchard Â¬ No 12 250 acres on Gillmore Creek 5 The patronage of the traveling public is respectfully solicited Table the best and miles south ofllazclGreen good coal and fine very attention for the comfort of guests timber good dwelling barn nnd outbuildings fine orchard ol lOOO bearing upple trees Â¬ R TUGGLE WITH F G-- Ringgold JOBBERS OF Co No 13 165 acres on Gillmore Creek 5 miles nouth of Hazel Green good timber and coal dwelling barn orchard Ac No 14 100 acres on Lower Devils Creek in Wolfe conntv south of Campton on the surveyed lice of Kentucky Union ruilroad good timber including white pine poplar oak Sec No 15 About 1G0 acres on Gillmore Creek 4 miles south of Hazel Green fully 100 acres of fine timber veins of best quality of splintandbituminous coal good dwelling barn and out buildings good farming laud No 1C 70 acres on Gillmore Creek 4K miles Kouth of Hazel Green 15 acres good bottom land an apple orchard of 40 bearing trees good dwelling house and outbuildings good well underlaid with coal timber sufficient for farming purposes Boots and Shoes 95 and 97 WEST PEARL STREET CINCINNATI OHIO WORKING GLASSaeTIoEwNaNrd furnsh all classes with employment at home he whole of the time or for their spare Business new light and profita moments uible Persons of cither sex easily earn from 50 cents to 5 per evening and a proportiou ate sum by devoting all their time to the business Boya and girls earn nearly as much as men That all who ace this may send their address and test the business wc make this offer To such as arc not well flattened we will Bend one dollar to pay for the trouble of writing Full particulars and outfit Free Address Geoeoe Stinson fc Co joSly Portland Maine Â¬ Â¬ the mouth of Holly Creek in Wolfe and Breathitt counties fine coal developed and known aa tho Roso and Hollon coal banks fine timber No 17 1298 acres on Kentucky River at im lt- w No 18 113 acres on Dcvila Creek Wolfe couuty 3 miles southeast of Campton fine cannel coal 7 lect tniOK icnown as me iiodds will keep on i tiara located- wl W m hand a ulna line coal bank fine timber at Escl MorKn county I Htmr of Clocks Jewelry and Watches Also a line of fine Spec Elegant Educational Standard Best Moat tacles and Eye glasses Will sell goods at Useful in the World and Most Rapid Sale uitr priucB and guarantee satisfaction Re UIMC UAMIIAI Contains Hundreds of pairing a specialty and work warranted niLL O niHnUflL Sociai commercial and T F CARR Respcotfully Ac Legal Forma Standard Authority Newly Illustrated Enlarged nnd Corrected to the H GILLIS Latest Date WITJI Ull I IQ A I nilM Gives 1000 Portraits 1 niLL 0 ALUUffl 200 Biographies 1000 Il McGORD AYDELOTT lustrations Several in Color of Eminent Foople Their Work and Their Success Very Elegant Selling Fast Agcnta wanted in every county to whom w6 give exclusive Territory tad liberal Terms elegant pictorial Circulars Fret Ar Â¬ Â¬ TH0S E HILLS B00ES Â¬ Â¬ Wholesale Hatters No 613 Wost Main St A HILL STAKOADO BOOK CO Louisville Ky 408 flat Street PUILISHKRt IIli Success as a Soldior Iliyalclnn and Driven Crasy by FrcqncutDUappolntraeats Bho Tries to KillUer Iloartlesa Minister Afllanced Wo met Rev E O Guerrant of Troy Owensboro Ky October 21 Dr J Woodford county on his way to Cincin- Â¬ nati last Tuesday to attend to some pri D Cofiman a leading physician of this county and Miss Fannie Mooro daughter vate business and visit a sick friend He has had a remarkably succissful ca- Â¬ of Mrs Levi Mooro havo been engaged reer iu life When a boy bo entered the to bo married for something over a year Confederate array aud served with dis- and the wedding day has been repeatedly tinction through tho war part of the set during that time but on each recurtime being upon Gen Marshals staff rence of tho day sot tho gay doctor would After the close of tho war ho studied fail to como to time but would offer in Yesterday was tho medicine and located in Mt Sterling stead postponement whoro ho had a largo and lucrativo prac- last day set and tho doctor again failed tice in fact the work was too much for to show up Miss Moore ordered her his delicate frame and ho had a spell of buggy out and drove over to the doctors sickness and for sometimo his recovery house She found him in his study and was doubtful Whilo sick ho detcrmiu without a word drew a pistol from her Tho ball grazed if he was restored to health to quit bosom and fired on him tho practice of medicine and enter tho ed his shoulder and ho sprang upon her field ns a minister of the church of his and wrested tho weapon trom her before fatherfl the Presbyterian Upon his she could firo a second lime Sho fought recovery ho astonished many of his with her hands and teeth liko a tigress friends by announcing tho resolution ho but tho doctor tore away from her and had made whilo sick In a few weeks he fastened her in the study Going into left to Btudy theology After taking his tho yard he fired all the shots out of tho course he returned to tho people who had revolver and throw it away afterward honored and trusted him in his start as a mounting his horse and riding away As physician and entered upon his work soon as she could get out of tho doctors Â¬ with the same zeal and energy that he office tho girl got in her buggy nnd followed after him Sho took tho wrong had as a soldier or physician and at once took rank among the leading minis- Â¬ road however and failing to overtake ters of the State JJis services were de Â¬ her lover after driving Bomo sovon or manded from different partsof the State eight miles sho returned homo Sho has but ho accepted a call at Louisville He been a raving maniac and it is thought Â¬ remained there for about a year when that her reason is permanently overthrown ho resigned to enter the field as an Evan- Â¬ Dr Coffman has not been heard of gelist and for a few years devoted his Much sympathy since his departure time to that work establishing several exists for tho young lady as she is of a churches in Eastern Kentucky where there was not a Presbyterian church nnd good family and as pretty as she haH al Â¬ in some places not a member of that ways been modest and retiring lb is church Ho is now pastor of a church thought that sho hasbeeu rendered crazy in Woodford county though he still de- Â¬ by her frc quentdisappoiutmeutsand that votes considerable of his time in preach- Â¬ her attack on her recreant lover was not ing at other churches and establishing dictated by reason An epidemic of milk sickness has new organizations He speaks with case broken out on White Run in Ohio counis interesting instructive and popular with everybody who knows him He ty A number of deaths havo occurred informed us ho had ten children tho and thero are a large number of patients three older now attending school in Lex whoso recovery is hopeless This disease has bailled science for a hundred years ington GeorgetownNcwH Enterprise for an explanation of its origin and it Our Wealthy Men yields to no known remedy or systom of Much has been said in newspapers of treatment About one in tlirco of tho men who have made largo fortunes in patients dies and those who recover aro comparatively a few years in various subject to relapses during the whole business industries Many of these ar- course of their lives howevor long Tlie ticles aro written by correspondents of milk sickness was extremely common prominent newspapers and copied into in the early settlement of the communi others of lesser note Correspondents ty wbcre it now exists but nothing has generally are seldom men of business been known of it there boforo for twen qualifications and wrongfully picture ty years Considerable excitment exists theso men and their business as a thing in regard to it of accident this is not tho case with Wrotchod Inclood those wo have met We fiud that where Are those whom a confirmed tendency to men have mado largo fortunes by their biliousness subject to tho various and own business talent and industry they changeful symptoms indicative of liver chose with sagacity aud forethought such complaint Nausea sick headache con stipation furred tongue an unpleasant businesses as would lead to success when breath a dull or sharp pain in tho neigh handled with business judgement No borhood of tho affected organ impurity man has been brought before the public of the blood and loss of appetite signalas an example of success both in wealth ize it as one of the most common of is however a benign maladies and magnitude of his business outside specific forThere diseaso and all its un the of stock and railroad men more promi- Â¬ pleasant manifestations It is tho connently thau Dr G G Green of Wood current testimony of the public and the that Hostettcrs bur N J Ho is at tho head of many medical profession Stomach Bitlcra is a medicine which large business industries aud yet com- achieves results Hpeedilj felt thorough paratively a young roan When tho and bouign Besides rectifying liver August Flower for dyspepsia disorder it invigorates tho feeble con- Â¬ fact that and liver complaint and Boschccs Ger- Â¬ quers kidney and bladder complaints and hiistens tho man Syrup for coughs aud lung troubles recovering from convalescence of those enfeebling diseases has grown to a wonderful sale in all parts Moreover it is tho grand specific for of tho world it proves that it was not fever and ague an accident or spontaneous strike at John I Scholl who has been confined wealth His medicines aro recognized in jail hero for carrying concealed woap as valuable and established remedies and ous made a successful dash for liberty tho business has grown gradually nnd just after noon of last Tuesday He in- Â¬ permanently during tho last eighteen duced tho jailers littlo son Sam to un- Â¬ years ou account notalonc of Dr Greens lock tho door ou some prctoxt aud push Â¬ abilities is a business man of his good ed his way out past him Undo Billy luck but on tho actual merits of the Combs immediately took his trail vowing two preparations Copied from tho N never to return without him Just as Y Weekly Sun of Dec 22 1880 tho shades of tho noxt evening Were The Lifo of tho flesh is the blood deepening into night our valiant jailerÂ¬ thereof j pure blood means healthy reappeared with his man looking considfunctional activity and this bears with erably tho worse for his hard run in tow it tho certainty of quick restoration from having run him down in 1 thicket about sickness or accident Dr J U McLeans a mile from his fathers bouse This Strengthening Cordial and Illood Purifier speedy recapture is highly crcditablo to gives puro rich blood and vitalizes and strengthens tho wholo body 100 per Undo Billy Stanton Monitor bottle Sold by Q B Hwaiigo HnzM Lifo will acquire now zest and cheer Green fulness return if you will impel your To every person who will send ua 9 in liver And kidneys to the performance of Dr J II McLeans caah aud nine eubacrlbera wo will send their functions Liver Ami Kidney Balm will fttlmulat The Ukxali oro year free 100 per thorn to healthful Action your blinks at thU otiics and you bottle Bold by O I 6wnju Ihiael Gt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ great sut CinoAao Lincoln was unvcile Abraham this afternoon at Lincoln Park in the presence of a largo crowd that had brAvei tho chilly wind from tho lako ani assembled to witness tho ceremony Shortly boforo three oclock tho booming of cannon startled tho assembled inulti1 tude and as tho sound of tho cannon died nway ovor tho water of Lako Michi gan littlo Abo Lincoln tho son of Bob crt T Lincoln stepped up to tho baso of uo of Park MllnTa tho flag covered bronze figuro of hi grandfather and pulled a ropo which held tho covering Tho folds slowly loosened and dropped down at tho base and tho tall orcct figuro of Abraham Lincoln shono brightly in tho sun whick struggled through tho clouds at that mo- Â¬ ment A tremendous about went up from tho five thousand people assembled and it was joined a moment later by tho roar from tho cannon Mr Thomas P Withrow ono of tho truatccsof thoBatefe fund out of which tho cost of tho monument was defrayed formally presented tho figuro to tho Lincoln Park Board and Mr W C Goudy replied in behalf ci tho Board Tho oration was delivered by tho Hon Leonard Swctt whoso intimato political social and domestic relations with tho great President havo mado him ono of tho beat informed men now living on Lin- Â¬ colns life A Â¬ ii m - ia j i1 sa 7r vXN -- K8 Wi J 2 Jfte Â¬ Henry Benson of Hnydon Hill Lassen county has in his possession n speci Â¬ men of petrified salmon Tho former fleshy part resembles crystalized aud va Â¬ riegated quartz retaining in part tho yellowish color of tho salmon and what was formerly tho skin df tho fish is now a sort of porcelain or whito flint The entire specimen is of tho very hardest ot quartz in texture It was found on n hillsido at about 1500 feet altitudo from tho floor of Big Valloy and evidently petrified ut that point This would in- Â¬ dicate that salmon inhabited tho hnciont rivers tho beds of which now form strata of the Sierra Nevada mountains nnd in which ancient channels lie tho rich de Â¬ posits of California gold Thcao ancient river bedn as is well known aro found Potrlflod Salmon- - jM Â¬ at varlus heights above tho sea levol and in sumo places but a few hundred feet below tho crest of tho rango and perhapi hundreds of feet beneath solid fornix ion of mother earth and running entirely independent of any present sur Â¬ face formation To dctormino with ccr tahily that salmon inhabited theso an Â¬ cient rivers would bo an interesting fact as it wouln fix at much later dato than supposed tho geological pc- riod when by mighty upheaval theeo old river courses woro changed and obv liberated from tho faco of the earth -Sacramento Record Union is generally Â¬ Â¬ H Tc V JT Â¬ Â¬ it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ duty of every person who hai It used Boschees German Syrup to lot Its v wonderful qualities be known to their friends in curing Consumption sovcr Coughs Croup Asthma Pneumonia aud in fact all throat and lung diseases No person can use it without immediate re Â¬ lief Three doses will relievo ariy case and wo consider it tho duty of all Drug Â¬ gists to recommend it to tho poor dying consumptive at least to try ono bottleas 80000 dozen bottles were sold last year aud no ono caso whoro It failed was reported Such a mediciuo as tho Ger- Â¬ man Syrup can not bo too widely known Ask your druggist about it Sample bottles to try sold at 10 cents Regular Sold by all Druggists and size 75 cent Dealers in tho United States and Cana da ia tho -- Astonishing Success 4u - m is X Oct 24 Things are becoming moro quiet in Boll The Turn4 cr faction is nboul broko up on Yellow creek T J Henderson Joe Henderson alias Turner and Dick Pierces are alt lit jail aud men are out after of tfe crowd and will cither cuptart m or ikiyik drive thom from the country Turner was caught laet Friday jifertii unu ju u ijw ueraon oacurtM Joe Hendenkm and Diok PfeYi Pinkville Ky Things Quiet in isl v a 0jrit O CHICAGO will hv money KM f WHl to the jail to Jeff 11 wtre cavtht without any t TPrtMjM are In jail witbeut ball Wt will toMMluattoft for ball Wrby ikk wattag i ie mmm JJ 3 t a A j 1JteLl m i 1--- S-f- - WTr v -- sMrry r if- v They i Docs not their kind behest Grcot us nliko In labor and in rest And through tho night Do wo not see their faces culm and white Pressed gainst tho bars which shut them into light While with fond hands they beckon us away Iuto their day Ob dim nnd unre-Why should they not voided Tho inner from tho outer sight concealed I Wo wander still along tho mist hung river That rolls between us and the dread forovor And to its waves that kiss our shrinking feet Our vague untutored questionings repeat And yet no sound Brings answering echo from tho dark pro found The standing and correspondence of flAZBL GEEEN HEBAID ay father mado him acquaintances and friends among the best and richest people of the island and you may im SFXNCKll GOOPES Publisher itgina that our visits wcro most delight- Â¬ KENTUCKY ful I became enamored with Cuba HAZEL GREEN its soil i climate its great wealth of vegetation I began to see when I was WHY SHOULD THEY NOT notjnore than sixteen years old what I Why should tboy not on freo nnd tireless wing boliovc now to bo true that it is by Ult us bore If In their Journeying From tlio Freo Country whoro apart they nature the most favored corner of tho dwell globe I read tho history of tho island They ycurn for us ss we yearn for them and I could not but see how the iron If but to touch their saintly garments hemf I who can toll tyranny nnd grasping avarice of Spain Ah were dwarfing it Once I spoke to my Wo wait at eve snd Why should they not father on tho subject and he gave me morn For their return some veiy good advice And our poor hearts 111 brook their loner delay My son read about Cuba learn all As day by day you can about Cuba and think all you Wo wait nnd wnlcli and listen for tho tread Of thoso whom wo call dentil want to but dont say a word till you Why should they not from that mysterious get back to the United States Theres change nothing too cruel or too mean for Wo miscall death gain largor ampler range these Spanish authorities to do and To fcorve as Gods high ministers of good freo speech is an expression that is not To our poor humanhoodT Why not through slumbers speak in their dictionary Moro than our wakened senses dared to hoar I heeded his advice Why not from sorrows cheek It was on the last of our summer vis- Â¬ WJth unsocn fingers wipo away tho tear its to the low latitudes that I met the Aye do they not with clearer sense discern man whose heroic death you witnessed What wo so slowly learn The while with kindly purpose still My father had known him yesterday prompt to good nnd warn us of tho 111 i XT Why should they not Oh universal will Did these stniugo queries of our hearts Do still Teach us tho trust which spurns tho creed of I And opens wldo doubts Interposing gatol Thou tho AllFntheri We Thy children would With uptuincd bands rccelvo both ill and good fnto Undoubting still till crossed tho narrow tide All is made plain upon tho other side S P Driver The Captains Money A Tale of Buried Treasure Cuban Revolt and Adventure Upon the Seas IKT 3TOTJ 3FI JP BY JAMES rtJRTS FRANKLIN FITTS Copyright JSS7by The toiijl A X Kellogg Xewtpaper thj lATitrorH btoiiy You just said Homy Crawford be gan that it was a million to ono yes terday that I should bo alivo to day I Â¬ Â¬ PAItT T CHAPTKK 1F fc 3 - t f i lr r- j s - fc tfi 64 Ti I - r J - took a desperate chance most certain Â¬ ty and had a wonderful escapo but thero havo been somo things in my education and experience which made it possible for mo to succeed in such an attompt whero hundreds would bo suro to fail For instance I had tho most careful training in athletics I learned to run like a deer and box like a prize lighter I dont brag but my muscles arc hard ns steel Anv thing that quickness and strength could do for mo would bo certain to bo done Then I traveled somo years ago with a theatrical troupe and learned tho trick of disguises of costume voico and face All theso things you will easily sec have helped me to safely in the cabin of this bark insi cad of putting mo in tho garrotc chair I shant speak of these things again Intention them at tho start so that they need not bo again referred to Tho name I gavoou a fow moments ago isniy real one I will bo twenty flvo years old noxt week My mother died whon I was born I was an only child and some way or other escaped being entirely spoiled My fathor Heaven rest him died throo years ago Uo was an importer in Boston and very wealthy 23 ot Myron Crawford tho Cap- Â¬ tain interrupted That was his namo Bless mo can it bo possiblo Why my lad I sailed his ships before you But como to look at your t were born faco closely I might havo soon his looks in it Ho always thought ho was wealthy tho young irian wont on and I sup Â¬ posed whcnlio died that I had inherited great wealth Tho settlement of his estate showed that it was heavily in Â¬ cumbered and liable for other peo plos debts and to shorten a long story I found myself with hardly a dollar in tho world Last spring I wont to 2Jow Orleans whoro I foil in with the filibusters But thero is something - to bo told boforo wo get to that My dear fathor liked tho climato of Cuba and ho mado many visits to the island Thoso wore usually arrangod for my school vacations so that I could with him Before I bocama twenty fohad pawed altogether as much as there 1 became about as twe toHgueaaa HteJUtatt ln ho Si Mtthtt awl Havana is quite su familiar to wf fcNbty as Boston TIicm faoU will vcpMiit other thlHg about ray wm wojuUrful to jou yrs rtt my hearing I need syno mors Cm safe under tho old flag tliank God Tho narrativo of Henry Crawford was listened to yith tho deepest in Â¬ terest bjthe Captain nnd naturally led to fifteen minutes jnoro of con- Â¬ versation upon matters suggested by thu remarkable adventures of tho young man and tho name of his father which led to somo reminis- Â¬ cences on the part of tho Captain It is needless to say that this interview of almost an hour strengthened and warmed the attachment that the ardent and impulsivo old sailor had conceived for his gallant young guest He was in fact prepared to grapplo him to his fouI with hooks of steeL Tho cook now sent one of tho negroes tdown witli an appetizing sup per to which tho Captair and his friend did full justice ihoy had m fact eaten nothing since the early breakfast of that morning Tho sun had set and tho Foft twilight oftho tropics that precedes when the moons rising prevailed these two left tho cabin for the dock Each had a loaded revolver in his breast pocket They had held n very brief conference over tho situation of affairs on the vessel and were preÂ¬ JL L pared to spend tho night on deck The mate soon camo down and ate h r II r- - Tm a hearty supper from what wsts un-Â¬ Q l 7 Awn touched by the others Then he too Tw W1P 111 it VftW jeturned to the deck And now occurred a singular inci- Â¬ dent The cabin was vacant for ten minutes before tho cooks assistant came down to clear away the leavings In this interval the Concealed watcher emerged from tho cuddy snatched bread meat and cakes from the table rolled them in a largo cloth and quit Â¬ ted tho cabin Ascending the stairs till his eyes were on a level with the Him figures deck he peered out mmm could be seen both fore and aft but tho light was faint ho was not per-Â¬ THE PATHIOT TEIXINO HIS STOKV He quietly skulked along tho ceived for years and had many commercial starboard side and disappeared someÂ¬ dealings with him but circumstances where forward had prevented his accepting tho ofler Yet one thing further wo must of his hospitalities at his magnificent cord that occurred in tho cabin uetoro tobacco plantation back of Matanas the Captain nnd his guest left it before At this thno wo passed thero two of the Mr Hardy came down and before most delightful weeks of my life This Louis Hunter had llittcd like an uneasy was in 1817 our war with Mexico was spirit away then raging I was a youth of twenty Tho Captain had his hand on- tho one my father died tho next year knob of the door with his cap in the Lopez was at this time forty eight and other hand when a curious hesitation He one of the most charming of men on the part of Crawford arrested his would talk by tho hour of his military steps career in South America and Spain me He looked inqufriiigly at him Now Ill admit in advance all youd bu I could not got him to say nnj You wanted the whole truth said thing of Cuba He would smile at the like to say about my subsequent con- Â¬ the voting man enthusiasm of my talk about the island duct It was of course the height of Well and its great possibilities and 1 re Â¬ folly for me to mingle with all those You aro treating me nobly sir I thousands on the Piuseo yesterday I am deeply a fleeted Ivy it I feel that member that he once said Ah well Senor Henry I fear you can only snj that I bhould have any concealment from you after what wont be so sanguine about poor Cuba gone and looked upon my brave leader has occurred between us would be un Â¬ when you have seen as many years as and friend in ids last moments had 1 just to you unworthy of me your father or myself yet graciox known that detection would follow 1 Out with it then simply could not help it And when Bios who can tell what may happen Captain Willis not only was I glad Â¬ I bolievo that Cuba has a great future 1 witnessed ins cruel death and heard dened to recognize you this morning but soinetimes I fear that I may not that insulting proclamation I thought as the generous sailor 1 saw on tho that the stones would cry gut if I kept Pasco yesterday but your vessel live to see it But you may Time passed my father died I was silent It was foolish of courso but riccmed very familiar to me It seemed found to be almost penniless and I it was just like me to do it so from the name I read on her stern I understand you my lad wont into the counting house of ono of said the as I came on board That name is very 1 tilled a place at the desk Captain his friends It was pretty hard work for dear to me Here sir is tiio pieturo for moro than two years for which I me to keep still of the lady to whom I engaged myself was perfectly capable but tho confine Â¬ Vlien I was arrested my first Look at it ment was disagreeable I had seen so thought was that my hours were num Â¬ Tho Captain took the daguerreotype much of life and tho world that I bered I had not been taken beyond He looked at it he looked at Craw- craved clmngo and excitement As I the Pasco before I had thought the told you 1 went to New Orleans last matter over and determined to mako spring 1 promised to tell you every Â¬ an effort to escape Beside tho other thing but youll excuse me if I leavo things that favored mi the very bold Â¬ out my falling in love in Boston just ness of tho attempt made success pos- Â¬ before I left sible I was well acquainted with the Ill excuso nothing of tho kind soldier into whoso hands I had fallen promptly Interrupted tho Captain and I knew they would never dream of Falling in love is tho most natural such an attempt At the worst a Span- Â¬ as well as tho most absurd thing a ish bullet would finish me should I fail youngster can do If youro making a to try it I was certain of tho garroto clean breast of it I want tho whole You saw the attempt and its success Theres very little to bo told about The Captain who recognized and ar Â¬ it Tho lady was visiting at tho home of rested nlo was ono whom I had seen my om ploy or We met and loved I shoot a wounded insurgent at Las I havo Iter pieturo and she has mine Pozas and I hopo youll believe mo If fortune is kind to me now that I when I say that nothing in my life ever am going to givo up roving and settle gave mo a greater satisfaction than to down to hard work I shall marry break his head with tho butt of ono of her somo day Thats all about thai his own muskets THATS MY DAUGIITnil NELLIE n My journoy to New Orleans was un Â¬ I mado my way quickly and safely dertaken to look after a promising back to the Jews He hid mo so se- Â¬ ford Astonishment was at first writ venture that my kind employer had curely that I was not in tho slightest ton on his rough face then a broad put mo on tho track of At tho Saint danger of capture though both his Charles Hotel I met General Lopez homo and shop wcro twico ransacked smile illumined it Why you young rascnl T cant Ho was delighted to seo me and wo last night by tho patrol Bcforo day Â¬ believe my eyes Thats 1113 daughter pent tho whole morning talking over light lie visited mo under ground and Many questions wo arranged tho plan of escapo that Nellie old times in Cuba TO TIE CONTINUE that I asked him about people I had has been successfully carried into exe- Â¬ mot there ho could not answer and cution I knew that tho pursuit would It was a Boston woman who re- Â¬ whon ho saw that I thought strango of bo kept hot for weeks I could trust fused to buy somo sugar cured hams my faithful Jew with my life but I the other day on tho ground that she it ho said with a laugh Tho fact is Senor Henry 1vo not could not trust tho long chapter of ac- Â¬ never bought any thing that had been boon to Bella Cuba lately that is not cidents that might lead to my detec- Â¬ diseased Foi you know slio said They havo confiscated my tion I determined that I must leavo to staj that even if it had been cured somo cstato there and sot n price on my Cuba at once These Havana Jews hidden germs of disease may still lin Â¬ head You surely havo read of tho know every thing that is transpiring ger in it A i Tribune unsuccessful Bound Island ami Carde- Â¬ With a lot of other gossip he had told mo of tho American merchaut vessel nas expeditions Ho was riding with ids elder sister Why cortninly I said but it in tho harbor without a crow whoso nnd thought ho could take somo liber- Â¬ Havo you any objections to my novoi occurred to mo that you xvovo tho master was trying to pick tip one I ties caught tho chance at once My dis Â¬ smoking MabolP ho asked leader of them1 No Thoros no Lope so likely to bo as guise I was absolutely suro of my sho replied If you desire to smoke I Yes Im tho man I was burning only fear was Unit you had already got tho coachman will help you to alight to strike for Freo Cuba when you used all tho men you wanted But I camo Another advance in shoe lcnthur to talk so eloquently about our dear i down to tho quay with thu agent and isle at my home but tho tlmo had not when I saw you I reeognled you at as thO youiiff fellow said wlwnhosaw thB ootne It has now I verily be once hs tho man who stood behind me her old mans foot approaching for a X lieve have Hve hundred Cuban In tho crowd yesterday and whwe second kick when tliA flm or hud rfujM U tkU cltj ready to embark gciu rouj seutiiuvuU were expressed im sent him down Liu trout rUupj w i r lusi LL i- I 1 iv - The gallantColonel WIUCriltonenof Kentucky brings mo an hundred more I nm negotiating now for arms nnd striving to conceal my intentions from the United States authorities In July or August I shall land on the soil of Cuba with these patriots The Island will rise Spanish oppression will be driven out Freedom for Cuba will follow perhaps annexation to tho United States We shall sec It needed no urging to make mo throw myself into this movement heart and soul Let me make a short story of what followed Now that it is all over now that Lopez Crittenden and at least an hundred of their followers have suffered death and two or three hundred more are rotting in Spanish dungeons I can talk coolly and can- Â¬ didly about it The lenders were bravo enough and enthusiastic enough but their bravery and enthusiasm couldnt avail witli scanty arms poor equip- Â¬ ment and no artillery Wo had many good men some others wcro lit- Â¬ tle better than the sweepings of New Orleans Wo landed at Morello lost month and met several detachments of Spanish troops And we whipped them every time they came against us less than ten to one But of courso of campaigning couldnt bo this stylo kept up We got no recruits the peo- Â¬ ple wouldnt rise our numbers were reduced by sickness and tho bullet and at length a powerful force dispersed us capturing Crittenden and his detach- Â¬ ment The General and I made our way to the mountains we separated one night for safety engaging to meet on the morrow at a certain time and place Tho next day I heard of his capture I was working in the fields disguised as a laborer my face stained with a preparation that I got in Havana four years ago Three different par- Â¬ ties of soldiers arrested me examined mo and discharged me my disguise my fluent use of the language and my knowledge of tho country made me absolutely secure Why then you will ask did I risk appearing in Havana at such a time My answer is simply Lopez I wanted to be near ldm I wanted to know his fate and to assist Once in tho city him if possible there were a hundred refuges where I would bo secure The ono I chose was the home of a Jew clothier on one of the darkest and most obscure streets of the city 1 had struck up an odd kind of friendship with him years before and I knew lie would do any thing for LATE NEWS ITEMS Cnarios fancies the well known drew proprietor WAs found denu in his bed at Hull England tho other morning General Ferdinand F Lntrobo has bee noniiuatld a tho Democrat iq candidate for Mayor or Baltimore Uo has been elected twice to that position Tho Pennsylvania Constrnction Company of Hnrrisburp Pa has been awarded the contract ror mo iron woncontho Public building at nttsburctf A tolcphono company with capital slock of 10000000 bus been incorporated at In- Â¬ dianapolis The company proposes to manu facture tho Jclepbone patented by Hubert q l L Tudd of ashlagton Thclrcsidont biis appointed Charles uJ Force of Sholbyville Ky receiver of public moneys nt LeWlaton- Idaho Eilward T Dunq Paymaster Genoral U S N rcUbd died at his residenco fr Baltimore a few days njb lib was soventy Â¬ - J soven years old -- Nine Indians otBitfTalo BUWs Wild West Show returned from Euglniid the other day on tho 6camcrAVyoming They said they camo home bocauso the climate of En gland did not agree with thorn Tho Lincoln Life Insurance Company of Lincoln Neb has failed with heavy liabill ties Tho stockholders include some or tho most wealthy and JufluputJnl Citizens of Lincoln Tho disaster is invrlbutbU to bad management A receiver will bo appointed Sir Bernard Sauiuolson president of tho London Chamber of Commerce in his anÂ¬ nual address the other day declared that tho currency and tariff arrangements now existing ia the United fcStntcs wcro in such a peculiar condition tljat England Franco and Germany weiw living under the appre hension that a puniu may occur at any moment in that country Acting on tho ndvice of Judzo Bockwlth tho jury in the trial of the Buffalo N Y asylum atteiulatits Bummer Xunhnm and Sharkey charged with manslaughter in tho second degree In causing the death of a patient C- - W Brown nt thu Statp Insane Asylum last spring returned a verdict of acQUlUidJVitfiout leaving thelrseats Tho judge decided that thero civas not sufficient evidence to convict The London papers say that tho Thlstlos defeat causes almost as much sur pnso as regret among English yachtsmen They say that tho Volunteer had gdod fortune in getting away by vlre ilrst strealc of wind nnd they claim that thcThlstle was hnmp-ered by the steamboats which accompanied the racers junt the same as tho Galatea was last year All the comment runs in this vciu most of tho papers lindiug an excuse Tor tho Thibtlcs defeat n the manner Â¬ j 1 1 i i - War departments and a new clement is introduced by the advent of a sheriff and pos se The law requires that warrants bhall be served by the military instead of civil authorities ir tberet re tho sheriff insists upon taking i hand in tho matter complications are very liKely to ensue A sneeial dispatch from Now Laredo Mexico says that by the overllowingof two rivers tho towns of Guorro nnd Mier near tho Rio Grande havo beou almost destroyed In Mier which is built on tho bank of the Mior river two hundred houses were wrecked and many were entirely washed nwiy The town of Guerro on tho Salado river was inundated and fifty houses either washed away or badly damazed Both of tho rivers wore swollen bv tho bursting of a waterspout which did a great deal of damage to tho Mexican Central rail 1 Adjutant General Keltoii nd yesterday that somo apprehension was felt as to tho stute ot affairs thero The matter has been dealt with by both the Interior and tho of starring The War Department has received no In- Â¬ formation in regard to tho Indian troubles on the San Carlos reservation Assistant Â¬ oad engaged In sowing the seed for u splendid future civilization It is out of the ques-Â¬ tion to leave All I desire England to do is to make free passago from here to tho coast thu trading may bo carried on with safety Tho vacancy caused by the death of U S Marshal Couzins St Louis hus been filled ad inter um by the appointment of his daughter Phoebe Couzins tho femalo lawyer Tho appointment created con- Â¬ siderable surprise It Is rumored that Colonel Sir West IUdg way lately returned to England from his duties as heart or the commission to sottlo tho Afghan boundaries will nssumo the office of Permanent Secretary to Ireland resigned by Sir tteuvers Buller An Alabama delcgution called by appointment upon the President the other day to urge tho favorable consideration of Judges Pcttus and Somnrvlllo of that State da candidates for the vacant Justiceship of tho Supremo Court of the United States J C Watson or Dover N H obtained a verdict in tho Supremo Court of thnt Stato against tho Boston Maine railroad for aiMJ for injuries received by being thrown from his carriage in 1881 owing to his horses becoming frightened by u locomotive Watson sued for 55000 A- - number of emergency men tworo atto scizo sonio cattle near tempting Arldow Ireland tho other dny Boing ro sistod they ilrcd a volloy from their revolvers and rillios into tho crowd of peasants who opposed them An old man of sixty named John Kinsclla was killed and numbers of tho others were wounded Concerning tho failure of Adams Smith Co wholcsalo liquor dealers Sherman in Chicago reported by teleraph the other day Mr Lawrence of tho firm of Horace Co New Yijrlc city stated that Webster his firm has for somo tlmo past boon carÂ¬ ry lug tho embnrrasscd Chicago houoe to the extent of t 00000 The firm of Horace Wobstor Co Mr Lawrence Btiya was la no way embarrassed by tho Chicago failure Frederick Weycrhnusor of Uoclc Island nnd his MUiUlppi rivet s udicftte huVe bought out tho KniippStDit Company 011 Tha tha Bed Cedar river for 7M0U purchase is supposed to include saw mill lumber mid pine laud It l now beyond a if usenublo doubt that tho WoycrkHUter erndleuto will succeed Iti I ho ovllonte poie to practically control1 ill tho luwtwr and tho billions of feu I cf pltio In tha Call Â¬ A letter has boon receiveat London from Ertiin Bey dated at Wadelal April 17 ln which the writer declares that he will never return with Stnnley Ho says I havo passed twelve years of my life hero and havo rotation and occupied every station of the country with which General Gordon wus entrusted I havo won tho trust and confidence of tho people and am - i t Â¬ Â¬ -- v iwwa Wis district Vl V tmJlinlta Hi M ro 1 l a Hazel Gkeen Herald BFENCEK COOPER 1ubrhrticr HAZEL GREEN A XIall - KENTUCKY HYMN NEW NATIONAL That flag that never stooped from victorys tho boys prldo I hope my dear pupils began Thoso stars that softly gleam TUoso stripes that oer us stream Miss Belcher in her sharp quick voice In wars grand agony wore sanctified that you will all do mo credit this A holy standard puro and free I hopo particularly that you peace or blaze in yjp evening To light tho homo of tory havo all studied and though you all can not win it will bo plain to both Father whoso mighty power myself and the assembled audience Shields us through lifes short hour To Thee wo pray Kloss us and Ucop us free hero who have been the studious ones All that is past forgive On othor occasions of tho kind more Teach us henceforth to live Qoldcn Days That through our country wo may honor through chance than any thing else t Thee my most indolent pupils won the prize THROAT AFFECTIONS And when this mortal llfo shall cease Talto Thou at last our souls to Thine eternal Then thero was no studying allowed A Fnvr WiiriU About tho Iorinnnniit Ito Now wo shall see peace jiiovhI of the Cuiihoh JrodiuiliiK Tliaiu E Marlon Crawford And smiling more broadly than ever As is tho state of tho stomach so himself with pardonable pride With Philip it was different Ho had not seon tho inside of a spollor excopt tjldolth in school hours and when asked by cnonus some of his studious boy friends why Thy sun Is rlson und shall not set he did not study replied as ho had to Upon thy day divine his mother that it was not neeossary Ages of unborn ages yet America aro thino for him to study and anyhow baseÂ¬ ball matches wero far more important Tier ono hand seals with gold portals of nights fold thnn spelling bees any day Tho Ilcr othor the broad gates of dawn unbars Miss Belcher had hired a small hall Oer sllontwastos of snows for tho occasion with a squuro plat- Â¬ Crowning her lofty brows Olcamshlgh her dladorn of Northern stars form on which her twenty toys oould Whilo clothed in garlands of warm lowers sit comfortably in a circle without Kound Freedom foot tho South her wealth of being crowded There wove fifteen boauty showers rows of benches for tho audience to Sweet is tho toll of peaco occupy each bench seating about ten Swcot tho years rich incroaso and they wero all well filled with the To loyal men who 11 vo by Freedoms laws And lu wars flerco alurms boys parents and friends who had God gives stout hearts und arms como either to congratulate or condolo To freemen sworn to savo a rightful cause with them none trust God maintain tho right Four And triumph in unbroken Unions peerless Miss Belcher with her roll of words might sat In a high chair to ono side facing Weldod In wnrs flerco flame the audionde while on a table beside Forged on the hearth of fame hor wero tho two dictionaries Web- Â¬ Tho sucred constitution was ordained ster and Worcester so that thero could Tried in tho fire of time Tempered in woes sublime bo no dispute over tho different ways An nge has passed and left it yot unstained of spelling tho words God grant its glories still may slilno Sho was a very stiff middle aged ages fade forgotten In tlmos slow deWlillo cline lady with light curls and looked exceedingly stern but she was by no Ilonor tho fow who shared Freedoms llrst light and dared moans disagreeable and tho boys all To faco wars desperate tldo ut the full flood liked her immensely Sho was gener Â¬ Who fell on hard won ground ally spoken of as being crisp and And into Freedoms wound Poured tho sweot balsam of tholr bravo abrupt but undeniably just hearts blood At eight oclock precisely Miss Bel Â¬ They fell but oer tholr glorious gravo cher tapped a bell and it immediately Floats free tho banner of tho causo they died to savo commanded silence Then smiling and shaking her curls sho leisurely In radlanco heavenly fair Floats on the peaceful air unrolled hor manuscript and turned to 1 I Â¬ And gleaming shield thrlco blest Mirror thoglorios of u world thlno own Ilftll Hoaven born Peace Our sight Led by thy gontle light Shows us thy paths with deathless flowers Biruwn t Ponce daughter of a strlfo sublime us till strlfo bo lost In endless time Freedom thy bright crest Tho weok wont by quickly so qulokly that Friday night was upon Ihoin al- Â¬ most beforo thoy wero aware Every day out of that weok for at least an hour Fred hud spent over his list of words and ho had tho satisfaction of knowing that out of those four hun Â¬ dred and fifty words thero was not ono ho could fail on and then besides tho regular list ho had added about fifty of his own and five hundred regular catch words aro not a fow ho had told fk- - correctly that poor Phil would not havo known what letter to begin with At tho end of tho sovonth round only threo boys wero left Fred among them and stealing a glanco in among tho audionco for his mother Phil saw I IV- - TEMPBEANCE BEADING BABYS SHOES tattered garments old Upon whoso faco Want nnd despair tn lotters dark Had loft their trace With wuverlnR stop toy wlno unnorvod That heavy falls Paused whoro low gleamed in twilight mUt Three golden balls Neath which ho entered as If wero No timo to lose And on tho countor laid In shamo Two baby shoes Tnlto thorn ho said I must have drink Tho clerk said Nay It wero n shamo tho babys shoes To tako away A man with her watching Fred with ploasod ap Â¬ proving oyes and folt terribly ashamed of himself and vory much abused This feeling had to woar off beforo Phil had learned his lesson Ho was too proud now to acknowledge ovon to himself that ho deserved all ho received At last Frod sat alone so far tho win- Â¬ ner and Miss Beloher who had al Â¬ ways liked Fred and know him to bo studious and deserving picked out threo of tho easiest remaining words for him to spoil and thon calmly roll- Â¬ ing up hor manuscript aroso from hor high chair and held out her hand in con- Â¬ gratulation Thero was groat npplauso thon cvon if thero was a regrotful feeling for those who had lost and if over Freds cheeks burnod they burned that night whon with her stiff old fashioned courtesy Miss Belcher mado him own- Â¬ er of a handsomo set of Dickens works richlybound and beautifully il- Â¬ lustrated Miss Bolchor novor showed moro partiality than sho did that night whon walking around among hor pupils Sho smiled on somo and took only tho slightest notico of others until her mo- Â¬ tive told homo and soothed the first sting of disappointment of tho ones who had really tried and mado tho rest feol keenly tholr shortcomings among whom was unfortunate Phil Going homo that night and helping Fred to carry his prize ho felt very bitter toward Miss Belcher and won- Â¬ derfully out of sorts with himself Ho offered no word of congratulation to Fred and would not even tponk to his mother Mrs Mooro did not intend to scold her son Sho had a hotter way than that And when they wero idono to- Â¬ gether aftor a day or so had worn off tho humiliation of his dofoat sho gent ly reminded him that porsovorauco Is tho road to success and though Phil only pshawed and poohed at tho time Mrs Mooro noticed ho spent more hours at his books and less at base ball matchos and that ho was nl rcady making out a list of words in case there was a spoiling beo noxtyoar uSho will not neod thorn cold nnd still Sho lies asleep And Heaven will now tho babys foot In safety keep I havo a baby too nt homo Ono listening said And nt the thought in gratitudo Ho bowed his hoiul The littlo feet not still thank God I How could I lose In ruins crimson Hood of wino organization the Womans Ghilstla Temperance Union now carries oa forty distinct lines of work and it fc Auxiliary State with its thirt--oigand nine Territorial unions beskles that of tho District of Columbia the largost society over composed exclu- Â¬ sively of women and conducted enÂ¬ tirely by thorn It has boon organized in overy Stato and Torritory and lo- Â¬ cality in about 10000 towns and cities Groat Britain Canada and Australia As a goneral havo also organized estimate tho returns being altogether incomplete wo think tho number of local unions in the United States about 10000 including Young Womona Christian Tomperaneo Unions with a following of about 200000 besides Hu-Â¬ morous juvonilo organizations Sara toga CorN Y Tribune ht of BETTER THAN BEER An Jiuliistrlouii Tubornr Who 3Uuko Oat- inoul III Hubitltnto for Mult My babys shoo CalUeL lionnty in Youth1 1 Companion PHILS LESSON Mis Belcher gave her curls another shake By some unlucky chance Philip was Â¬ I1 kDo I 1 Miss Belcher is going to hrtvo a else So much was expected of a head spelling bee mother instead of her boy and ho looked a little enviously at usual entertainment this vear She Fred who was number sixteen or seven- Â¬ thinks it will bo better for the pupils teen anil Mrs Mooro looked Is she Number ono twelfth up from her sowing with evident in- Â¬ And Phil positively jumped so sharp terest and sudtfen was tho littlo word said Miss Belcher was Freds school It was like Miss Belcher to hurl a word tcachor and every winter she had for at a follow like that ami ho felt very in indignant buL catching tho eyes of the boys some entertainment which thero was alwavs a debate and tho audionco beginning to twinkle as tho winning sido was rewarded hand- - ho hesitated ho spellod it quickly and somoly was rather surprised to hear tho same But this year it was to bo a spelling sharp voice say Correct he was bee whero onlv ono bov could win so certain ho spelled it wrong and Miss Belcher had a scheme in her Tho fifth boy failed on Forty and head when sho changed her course of wont shame faced outside tho circle Hitherto tho boys entertainments Phil laughed to himself and won Â¬ had known nothing of their subject dered why tho boy should blush lie now the wore allowed to study a would not havo cared Tho boy was weok ahead anil sho wondered how seared no doubt and know how to many of her twenty boys would de spell tho word woll enough privo themselves of play that weok in At tho ond of tho second round six order to win tho prizo at tho end boys had failed but Fred still kopt his Philip Freds brother who was place and was now only a fow chairs reading a book at tho other ond of tho from Phil who became more nervous room looked up lazily saying at each word that fell from Miss Going to study Fred Belchers firm lips Yes arent you I have a splendid Number one again gonsdarmes book to study from with all the catch- Â¬ What was tho word please Miss words in it Wo can study together Belcher Can wo and Phil laughed good Miss Belcher repeated it while a No study for mo tiiis faint smile hovered about hor mouth naturedly weok thanks tho base ball match Sho was waiting for Phil to fail being comes oft day after to morrow and I woll acquainted with his lazy habits havo a number of things to attend to and did not pity him in tho least Why wont you drop your play for It means a color hero in Ameri- Â¬ oncot Philip and attend to your ca sho explained as Phil still hesi- Â¬ studies ami Mrs Mooro spoke very tated tho color of the uniform worn Boriously You will never succeed at by policemen in France all and I should fool vory much mor But poor Phil mndo no attempt to tilled if you wero to fail right at tho spell it As far as ho could think outsot staro of eyes upon him No danger mothor and Phil with all that heard tho word and folt ho had never laughed lightly Spoiling is my best at Miss branch anyhow I might study a thou- - exceedingly indignant him to Bolcher spoil a that sho should ask sand words and never got ono of thorn French word forgetting that she had ao dont worry I am not afraid included any word of ordi- Â¬ you expeot to win tho prizo said sho use making any oflbrt at all and nary you givo it up asked Miss Do Friyl looked over at his brothor n littlo mnv und I nuiv bo How a Self Oonfldont Boy Was number one How ho got thero ho never know but ho would havo pre Convinced of His Error ferred greatly to havo been any wherp not Evorv bodv iirat vory well wo shall see and Mrs IMoc roturnod quietly to hor sowing Sut ho sighed a little whon Phillip JfHfA twter throw his book on tho table Hd went whlstlinjr from tho room to keep ono of hi mimorous engage ments wlillo Fred liiivlnsr brought Wown hiit copy of word took tho Bent ae Httu vacated mid wout diligently to fwwk cant f Jindignantly Belcher And then with a bold attempt at any thing Phil stumbled over somo lettors knowing all tho timo ho was wrong and then a second later ceasod to wonder why tho first boy hnd blushed whon ho steppod out of the circle Phil watched Fred cnvJouMv ns Tho valuo of pormntiont school round and round tho decreasing circle wont Miss Butcher and still ho kept property In Dakota U not far from Ho oould not say Ills words hid teat i00000 It has lijrttHjed from 1m 4 wero euy either oi jo upellod one limit 4 000 in ft77 will be its index tho throat and tho back part of tho tongue If tho one is inflamed has red and angry patches tho othor will havo similar looks and if much canker is pres Â¬ straw- Â¬ ent wo may look for tho berry tongue cracked spotted and angry with a thin whito coating or in somo cases tho coating removed and tho whole tonguo red and angry raw In this case gargle tho throat with alum water borax water as often as convenient avoiding tho uso of the irritants and improve tho stato of tho stomach tho causo by tho uso of plain and simple food taken only at meal times Groat relief is obtained b conducting off tho local heat by tho wet cloths worn at night and still moro by producing an irrita Â¬ tion on tho surface by adding mus- Â¬ tard or still better and more thor- Â¬ ough and comfortable cayenuo pop Â¬ per a thin coat sprinklod on tho whole woll covered by dry flannels But remember that tho roal difficulty is at tho stomach and that care of Tho that will rcmovo tho disease same irritation at tho pit of tho stomach will bo serviceable Thero is a moro putrid form a malignant soro throat or putrid soro in which ulceration of tho tonsils may occur which alter a fow attacks bc comes moro or less a habit such por sons having a roturn at almost overy attack of colds whilo in such an ovent thoro is danger that tho inflam- Â¬ mation will tend downwards if not reach tho lungs This form is found among tho scrofulous or thoso who arc not careful in tho matter of diet especially tho users of pork lard too much grcaso of any kind thoso not especially cleanly or the childron of such Such will do woll to bo much intho air and sunlight allowing tho neck to bo exposed to tho sun It Is tho scrofulous taint possible to rcmovo in inheritance though aporsistant ef- Â¬ fort Is absolutely needful a making Let no ono suppose that over new an inherited disease is incurable since all diseases aro moro or loss inhorltcd With somo it is tho custom to rc- Â¬ movo tho swollen part by tho knife or to clip tho tonsils which may and dooa afford a temporary loliof and yot it is claimed that no permanent good re- Â¬ sults It is far hotter to reiaovo this temporary swelling by a care of tho health removing tho causo crowding out disease by promotlug health Mother Magazine ance Question It opened with a historical sketch of tho society of which Miss Willard is tho chief olllcor nnd of tho womans Temporanco so- Â¬ cio ios which preceded it The sketch was of decided interest Somo of its most striking passages wero tho fol- Â¬ lowing It was at tho Temporanco convention hold in Now York Stato in 18fi2 3 that tho intolerance of men who would not admit womon as delegates gavo its great impetus to the womans rights movements and it may bo claimed without doing any injustice that the womans movement of to dny is no whoro so systematically organized or so steadily and powerfully growing as in tho Womans Christian Tomperaneo Union But it should bo distinctly un- Â¬ derstood that whilo frankly avowed movetnont is tho oblique this whilo Tomperaneo is tho direct Tho committco on plan line of work reported sixtoon spooili cations From this report tho follow- Â¬ ing extracts aro taken We urgo tho formation of a Womans Christian Temperance Union in every State city tho care town and village Wo ful circulation of Temporanco litera Â¬ ture in tho peoples homes nnd in sa Â¬ loons teaching tiio children in Sunday schools and the public schools tho eth Â¬ ics chemistry physiology and hygiono of total abstinonco seeking permission to edit a column in the interest of Tem Â¬ poranco in every nowspapor in tho land and in all possible ways enlisting tho press in this reform endeavoring to secure from tho pastors everywhere frequent Temperance sermons and special services in connection with the weekly prayer meeting and Sunday school at stated intervals if they bo only quarterly establishing an anti treat league Temporanco coffee rooms and friendly inns homes for inebriate women reformed mens clubs and mul- Â¬ tiplication of public drinking foun Â¬ tains It is given to few reformers to see their plans so gonorally adopted within a period so brief as t hut which has elapsed since tho Cleveland conven- Â¬ tion Tho international Sunday school convention at its Atlanta meeting in 1881 in response to a groat petition presented by tho Womans Christian Temporanco Union took favorablo ac Â¬ tion on tho request for a quarterly Temporanco lesson in tho international fccrics and tho two triennial eonvon tionssinco thon havo strengthened tho provision by whioh 8000000 Sunday school children are placed under Tem Â¬ poranco instruction from tho Bible point of view In 1882 tho first scien Â¬ tific Tomperaneo instruction law was adopted by Vermont and that groat work has been carried steadily for- Â¬ ward by tho Womons Christian Tom Â¬ now in until Union peraneo and nlno TerÂ¬ twontj two Stato ritories tho study of hygleno with special reference to tho offocts of stimulants and narcotics is by legal enactment regularly taught in all grades and in sovoral Stalos a failure to do this involvos a forfeiture of the educational fund Besides all this tho first Temperance legislation over won from tho reluctant National Congress in 188G was a result of tho combined rttack of our forces led by Mrs Mary II Hunt of Boston our Na- Â¬ tional superintendent of this branch of our work By its provisions tho scientific Temporanco law now oxtonds to all tho Territories to tho Military Academy at Wost Point tho Naval Academy nt Annapolis and wherovur any school receives funds from tho United State Treasury placing 7000 000 of childron under selentllio Tem Â¬ perance instruction Under the general division of pre- Â¬ ventive educational evangelUJle so ial iiud leteitl HHd the department of WOMAN WORKERS Ulntory und Object of tlm Womans Chris- Â¬ tina Tfiinixirniico Union The chief papur read beforo tho American Social Science Association recently was written by Miss Francos K Willard president of tho Womans Tho Christian Temporanco Union Woman and the Temper Â¬ titlo was No Leer thanks It will do you good aftor working In tho street all morning said tho foroman of a party of labdrora from tho Public Works Dopartmont to ono of tho most intelligent of his workmon during a nooning on an up town street tho other day Id rather drink what Ive got in my buckot Whats thatP Oatmeal and wntor What do you drink that forP To keop cool same as you drink It doesnt rest you liko boor though Try it onco and sec Whon I be Â¬ gan drinking oat meal in my wator tho wifo had almost to make mo tako it Now I wouldnt bo without It I used to drink a glass of boor overy noon two beforo supper and work tho growler before going to sleep at night That cost about twenty cents a day Now 1 savo all that and got along just as woll as beforo I dont know what thero is about the meal but when I have had a drink of it I dont caro for beer or any thing else to drink Youd bettor try it yourself Oat meal in wator explained a physician to a reporter who had over- Â¬ board tho above rocordod dialogue Is one of the best drinks in the world for a working man especially in warm woather It is nutritive satisfying and agreoablo to tho stomach For laborers it makes a useful addition to tho diet costs but little nnd repays the small outlay in tho form of in Â¬ creased ability to perform labor cithor AT Y Mail And physical or mental Express TEMPERANCE ITEMS FOitTV Foun of tho Arkansas havo no saloonr Tiik f armor who raises tho glass too often isnt likely to raise much 0180 r Sifting a In- DO not spend your earning loavo something for yourv drink but children Bodily onjoymont depends upon health and health depends upon tem 1 hales perance II Liquor Dealers Tin imnmut which tho country Is hungry for is parade that keeps going in a straight iv xt t lino aim never comes uuck Hovouty-hvocoun-of water w J Voice Pkop Bunok a distinguished trcr professor of the University of characterizes boor as the most1 mischievous among alcoholic bovcca i ages because no other is so seductive Aint you in MariaP ho quorlety ns ho fumbled around with the lntofi- No I aint Pm out Out of key sugar out of tea out of Hour and out of patience snapped a female volco from an uppor window Tick cigarette is tho dovils kindling wood It is smoking mado easy The cigarotto makes an easy grade to tho cigar tho cigar prepares tho way for beer beor makes whisky palatoablci West and whisky leads to deviltry man Baslo ft cm Vlowman Miss Flokknck Maonaoiiton who lives in tho north of Ireland was re cently trying to persuade a Ibhorman to become a teetotaler He told hor would do so if sho would swim tho bay bttweon Blackrock and Port Ball antrae Nothing daunted Miss Mao naghton swam tho bay which is a mllo across and now tho fisherman is a tcototalor and has signed tho pledge Thats a cold water girl Boston Tran-Â¬ script o Alcohol as a MedlcinDr J II Ilanaford writing uf alco- Â¬ hol as a medicine says I woll know that it has boon claimed by tho frlonds of Intoxicants thoir claims have never boon based on solonce reason or trutk that alcohol aids digestion reason ably inferring that if true its use will add to tho strength a yery important matter in all cases of illness It should bo understood that alcohol is in no sense a food that It can never Impart any strength since It Is never digested passing Into the ciroulntion and leav Â¬ ing It when ejected m pure aleokol m when t entered only that wWekte digested affording any utreHgth Jio - JkJJ -- W i ilildilul TtlU UMTtUi til jLiLtMtiiJ l 0 T - -- hM iiWll m M jgjtffflf f iyyv r V FW MwnmyUw H I1 ratfSBWr fv 4 n BaZEL GltEEN HERALD PUBLISHED BY SPENCER COOPER Subscription V H SPBNQER COOPEIl - aCunoy to Accompany tlio Name Sr a Year Editor tfY Tho Christian churches of tho United States will celebrate tho birth of Alex ander Camvbell on the 12th of IScp tomber 1888 with appropriate services Typhoid fever is raging in Cincinnati to such an alarming extent that it is almost epidemic 4 TA f m EfiaAasraHke m ELmfflMm Sv ffC SSBOT Xi vXWSjWWXiWfziZifrS Ml i bet a II m v m AAi JI - k en V 4 arwu I Pit WSSSJ vSHsD a ttiw MWi HHO Manufacturers of Best English Steel Circular and Long Â¬ Friday HAZEL GREEN October o 1887 SAWS -- ALSO DEALERS 1N- - Tho report cornea from Kansas City Missouri which has been enjoying tho groatcat boom of any piaco in the Union that her glory is waning Wo do not wish that place- - any harm but wo do wish tho misguided men and especially Kentuckinns who aro investing thoir capital in other States would turn their Abe Bloch Mens Youths Childrens Co Boys and and will Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Bummers Swages Emery Wheels Leatlier and Gum Beiiing Our Clroalur Sawn stand at tho hotid of tho market on thoir iu4ri1s in Torkuiunalilm toughuoes and ohistlclty of temper nnd quality of steel Also a fall lino oi rronen isnna auws iu siouk oi our own lmporuuiun Files Work fully warranted and at Rook Bottom Prices LARGE CIRCULAR SAWS A Send for Price List with IJest Discount SPECIALTY JTA11 orders isent to J T ivi- ur A imi atto tu- F Day Hazel Green Kyf for now work or saws for repair will be promptly forwarded to rs my41y 7 Vine and 868 Water Streets - C8NCBNNATB- - - 1 m ii 1 M attention to Eastern Kentucky Here ANNOUNCEMENT wo havo raoro mineral wealth than both Missouri and Kansas combined more Vino Street than tho most sanguine of tho speculators of those States ever dreamed more than a201y any other Stale in the United States can show Now why will theso people go away from home to develop other places CO when wo can show more of everything that will after awhile bring money Wc do not know but this wc do know If MAYTOWN KENTUCKY theso same people will spend a little time and money in research they will find WOOL CARDING- here in the mountains of Eastern Ken tucky tho best field for investment ever offered best because it will bo more than An eroch In tho history of American politics Done promptly and in workmanlike manthat promises terlotis and radical changes In a boom bubblo bursting after a little ner the past and present schemes of tho while best because it will prove a botBuyers and Sellers of legisla- Â¬ tomless uuequnlcd inexhaustible storeFavor house of treasure Capitalists invest Come jrFor nale cheap for cashANKER and Of tion and Political to tho non your- nionoy here and develop your own see us wealth produced 60 per rent W W M cent for tho actual pro Manager Sroduccr ana 20 per division between State It would look better and pay jeU2 im unequal you better to hu made Cut this our 122 Cincinnati O Iftl CINCINNATI FRESHAND CLEAN I propose to sell them Cheaper for Spot Cash than ever before known in this market fiCall on me and you can Save Big Money Ill divide profits with you J B SWANGO IIIIIFWfilWMfirl nearly It m n w luuiimj thismedlcluAwaa ollertd ETH ri ulEJE6Tflf HVgJKk years fw nu atnulllv lnrrnAii vituiluuitiiU4l P 1 OUIm u NlCawcfflVn uT mmj U now K3TAniJ8HKD 1K7 sB alnce mI w t li rimiu4 ivi Vft I Ilia Mksr tmw lUA UID0IM 1 E BLH PV WM WJO mvb raSI H XiWB IMF renutAtlun until mt the DiCKent iIat it Is nlinot nnlvranii aeaiiowTfideMrtiirouchuiit ncirlv all nnrtji of thf wnrlil tn ti mm rrcign remedy Worm Confections miulu more for the purpooo of jilpniini tlio pnlnto ttian of oyrcotntnt tlio discasp hae hecn iimDUfocturca nil orrr tho country i but their short lenso of lira Is Hourly oxhaunted and II A rahnostock Vurnilfue continues to crow n faTor dally CMIdrrn of tnn look pati and riektv from no other cauo than worrm and apaims are most frequently the result of tlleso hidden sappers smd miners When tney ore irriianie ann levcrisn sometimes crnTinK rooi and natmcr raTenousy again refusing wholesome diet tossing restlessly in sleep moaning and grinding tho t colli thin bo awured these symptoms aro Indications of viuruis Many iv hslnlflss child has been laid In tho grave when tho c1iap which cauwd Its d nth has Iracti en tlroly misunderstood and when Tforms haro really been thecanp It has been proTed beyond cavil that worn exist in thn human system from e arllcct Infancy therefom parcnts 4speclally mothers ho Rro more contamTy turcly as they exist they can vltu thBlr children cannot be too obcrTlriff of the J7rf e ymnfoni otrormsfor so 11 b tftlv and tvtetiily removed from tbo mosf tlclieaU infant by tho timely ifc of A r ahnrstocks Vnnlum prorrsiioi from all parts nf the country testify to its unlfomnuccesj In fact It never folia It has frequently btirn cWm to ohildren as a safo purgative not suspectliiEr the cauio of tho illness and large quantities wcrtdNcliargtxl nnd ImmiKlKte relief nfTorded Orrat caution must bo usod by every purchaser to of w be hi own JiuIkp In ono Fdnse and to examine overy Itottle ho hirya of it The simple namo of Paiinistocs Is nof n11oliit Ho must look clorcly and carefully to bco that tho initialj aro B At yAlWMTOCa and be satl lltwi Willi nothing elso Nsw FmnKTtv Ilnvrins Co Mo CijfunreoB Mr 3Iesr J E SehwartE Co litt tlnra Pa Verrol narlnc 3Pd tho original IJ A FAhr uenutmen i nsvruwi someoi idm most excellent fitgo In my practlco for many years estock no hesiÂ¬ I havo tetnedy B A rahnestocks Vermifuge nnd found it to ha e tho deslrwl effect I think your vermifuge can tancy in recommending It ns a remedy which Is safe reliable and tcient la all cases vrbero a Vermifugo is any uoi aaiuiy nenispenvu iritn iu w iimuy THOS II HANDY MD Yours a c noodod nuunina m d CO Pitifibflrg Pa Sole iToprittorsr SlllWARl Z o B A FQhnootoo MWBBBUaWtWtWBWBWBWWmrWI 1 w 111 am now receiving New Goods and mv stock of General Merchandise is now complete consisting of Dry Goods No tions Ladies and Gents Boots and Shoes Hats and Caps Queenswaro Hardware Groceries Drugs Saddlery and a varietv of articles too numerous and too tedious to mention I Â¬ Grinding and Sawing FOR 1838 t Â¬ HtManiMUMLMMtuwMrtMi TTB Â¬ Flour Meal Feed and Lumber ti - r h 15 H r Mf Tim Philadelphia Public Ledger Gio W Childs proprietor has just added three printing machines at a cost of 120 000 which arc capablo of printing 117- OOO copies of an cighty column paper per hour Tho paper has heretofore been only soven columns in sizo Mr Childs deserves the success he has at iuinsd if ever man did for he has been tho- poor mansfricud at all times and no appeal for aid from tho deserving oyer met with a refusal from him To his employees and their name is legion ho ovory year gives thousands of dullars in presents Wc lovo to honor such a man and express tho wish which will receive tho approval of thousands that Geo V CiiiLDa may live many years and tho whilo enjoy every pleasure of life Whenever he shall aspire to the presidency ho will bo elected with a - great value and importance to von that will start you in business which will bring you in iure monov right away thnn anything elso in the world Anyone can do tlio work to and wo and MONEY send returnfreo ussomethingwill CAPITAL AND LABOR you of ami live At home Either sex nil ages Some thing new that just coins money for all workers We will Htart you capital not needed This is one of the genuine important chances of a lifetime lhe so who nr ambitious and enterprising will not debiy Grand uutiit free Address TltUE tt Co Augusta Maine Â¬ Tho Labor Field has boon carefully kept open for all comers and promiscuous lmmleratton not only cnconrnRed but tho very worst foreignÂ¬ pauper labor has been contracted for nnd imported In order that competition would cheapen tho cost of labor and force It to accept any prlco oflcred whilo EVERY AVENITE OF COMPEÂ¬ TITION HAH BEEN EFFECTUALLY CLOSED IN THE INTERESTS OF MONOPOLIES AND CORPORATIONS AND MANUFACTURERS CAPITAL Thus It Is tho Â¬ ns Rich Grow Richer and the Poor Poorer A Money Power ha3 dictated legislation tho administration of Justice both State National to such an cxtont ns to render Elective Franchise a nullity If not a farce elected olllclols mcro figure heads SHERIFFS SALE FOR U 1 nnd nnd tho and i 3E j miiissi A a m TT nmmurmKiiikmr9i4mwmtvL TT I H V i h IVv r ri E uy v rtue of Taxes due the Shenff of Wolfe county for the years 1HK6 7 1or one of mv denutien will on MONDAY TIIE 7T1I DAY OF NOVEMBER 19S7 between the hours of 10 oclock A W and 4 oclock I M at tho court house door in Wolfe county Ky expose to public ale to the highest bidder for cash tn hand the following prop- erty or much thereof as may he necessary axes due afore to sutistv the amountot whoop audTni IIebajp will bo found said and costs to wit the li 175 Acres of land listed in the name of ajnong bis supporters In the meantime I S T Caudill adjoining the laud oi L M auccesstto Mr CuildsuiuI the Ledger Day in District No 2 21 1 Acres ot land listed in the name of yxjjt is announced that depositors in theJ Mnlutha A attic adjoining the land of THE ENQUIRER will stand without a peer No 2 As Guide for buyers and sellers of merchan lltokon Fidelity Bank an account of the do o llnWloa in the name of diso nnu produce n very found full reliable oxtensive anu ftiluro of which appeared in theso col- Asbury Buck adjoining the land of Ilobt latest dato from every commercial center oi Whilo Also Back in matter it is umns at tho time will rcceivo a dividend 25 cents District No 2worth school tax of tr lrrttonnd of mntlty of reading all of which on each 100 the ordinary ones oqual two of 25 per cent Many were led to be Â¬ House and lot iu Daysborough listed in anu otner oxcciicniicuiurct iuuku iv uiu lieve whon the failure occurred that the name of Thos V Buskirk Cheapest A EkVLi tfxa TRUE TO ITS PAST HISTORY ol TnE ENQUIRER will The Pdltorinl present a review oi tno post xne causes nnu ex xects leading up to the prcent state of primary disruption inaserlcsot truthful exhiiustlvo and nnnnwemlile articles that will show wno and where and when originated tho infamous class legislation During such a crisis a subsidfced press dema EOKUO speeches and purchascablo politicians so lUO puouc nuim inai iv tuimuio lcmorall neutsuch as THE ENQUIRER IS AN ABSO- LUTE NECESSITY WITH EVERY VOTER OF HAllU WIIATSOEVEK IAHTY UKKKU U VHO VALUES 1113 MORAL AND CONSTITU TIONAL RIGnTS WORTH PRE3ERVINQ A3 a ro iiiiiiit UUU11U 9 My dear of A foul stomach VflTITliT Ull 0 voir tn uo n nnahnnd o WitJiiUB 11 11U umu iu liu 15 8 Tf P m mmmtttttMisSmStl MVsjaWMJsYMSVKU Ti GS xrni W I I dreamed last night that you wore an Angel What is that a sign ti FAMILY NEWSPAPER E7crS Â¬ H they would receive nothing whatever andsomo sold at a sacrifice Wo are bat informed na t6 how manyMopoaitors live - in this neighborhood G T CENTER Sheriff W largest Best and was his nnpoetic answer People who haye no such pleasant night visions and awato- feeling as though they had had no rest nerves nil unstrung wondering t What on earth is the mat ter with me would better take some simple treatment in TIME PersoiiH will neglect themselves and put oft treatment until their health is gone What would you think of the authorities of a great city with its miles of sewerace to take away the 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 The matter to blight that city by disease human body is well provided with al that is necessary to carrying off the unclean nrKj y0u alow ifc accumulate ana decompose bringing all manner ot ills to tne flesh An old Chincao proverb is Keep your feet warm your head cool and your Make a memorandum of this aud try it and if you dont keep well bowels open no truth in tho world there is - ft 1 C Paper in tho Country THE DAELY K - fV i i dispatches 1 Mo 8 Mob GMos 1 Yrr H 00 3 75 87 00 81 60 Sunday and Tall Qefl B F BuyiiEU has been retained as Dally excopt Sunday 125 325 O UU 12 CO counsel iu the Chicago Anarchist cases HAZEL CREEN THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER o h Ho in to reoeivo a retainer fco of 1500 AVING FI1TKD UP A FIRS CLASS Prlco la uniform for each and ovcry Bob and tho modest consideration of 250 a STABLE nnd provided myself with Kribcr 1 15 horses and vehicles Ono copy ono year dy7 Wo know a dozen lawyers either ood saddle nnd harnes1 public patronage k Ono copy Bix months I respectfully solicit the 11 tl- fXt- UIKU Jt Uitt W11UU1 WUUIU 11 uiu uosu iur mm I will feed horses by the single feed day tUo nionoy week or month and take pleasure in giving JOHN R McLEAN Proprietor all stock entrusted to mc especial attention CINCINNATI OHIO Horses bought and sold on commisGbvcrnor Martin of Kansas has sion and will drive horses to harness for all 4 aJftft titm commuted tho punishment of J T who desire my services All clrarges re Sonubla and satisfaction guaranteed SyuwAUT of Wichita tho young man Stable in connection with Day House aentonced to seventeen yenra in tho pens23tf J II riERATT AND THE- itentiary and fined 20000 for Boiling been The ocutenco is now six months is jail and a fine of G0O -- t is annouueed by tho LIVERY SALE that FEED STABLE KY AND TEHMS ENQUIRER Will do the buaincss for you CALVERT J J T M 9 Little pi St I Q And all General Stores in Eastern Kentucky J N VAUGHN Campton Ky F DAY Hazel Green Ky PIERATT BRO Ezel Ky Sold andigunrantecd by llf TRIMBLE BROTHERS Â¬ Â¬ - GMiMHM t MT STERLING- KY5 - w Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in aw 17 v - f Natural gas was found at Bowling Green K on last Saturday at u depth of only 249 feet iuwltnt 6ccms to bo in exhnustiblo quantities and tho city is wild with oxcitoment Tie blazo runs up at least thirty feet nnd is as latgo as tobftcqq hogshead Boots NoCU Main Street if York Weekly M 0NLY Shoes10 AND Will be sent to any address one year for Summer St - ONLY 200 Louisville Ky BostonMass his BWOOt- SI By f 1 v l - r c - s AuRU GnucN wtw banged by a jnob Delphi Ind laAtFridayfor tho mur- Â¬ IiQUEMA MABUETTi wit ders Of beart soratimo last spring lie protested hw inqocenco to tho last and said tho girl was not dead but living at Fort Ytyrth Tfxas Blackburn S sRopresehtcd by J B 8ly Iir order to accoramodnto our patrons wo have made arrangements by which wo can furnish Tub Hkrald und NEW YORK WORLD together with subscriberfl choice of tho WORLDS most liberal premiums consisting of tbo following raluablo books Respectfully Invite the Mountain Merchants to Examine their Stocfe and Prices before purchasing Wm HAZEL GHEEN KENTUCKY VMcWilliams NHW iGo History of ttie XJ S History of England Everybodys Guide All for thft uuprecodentcdly low prlco of i m F DlaY mmmtsmmmtwmmmmsMwsMtmswmmm mm At mt Saturday Whether this trip has result awrnii m iuvgootl or evil to his prwpcaU for a smowI term remaiwi to be peer J Hie Preuidentlal party after a xcry tMjyabl tour of tho Southern States LtYery Sale and Feed to Wasliingtou Wholesale and Retail Largest Stock Lowest Prices- - r4irNd Stable Two Dollars a Year Tho retail price of either of theso book is iJ00 end thoy oannot be hndlor lei Deiuoeratio paper of tho United States and at a family pupor it ban no rival its circulation being more than doublo that of MT STORL1NG KY WHasmmsmmmmmmmm Drovtfi1 md Tradtrs1 Hiiiqtiirltrs TuckAokk Im Ky will I huHg at LexiRg Th RtlmtloK ef fcerM and tietler U wfioUUy Invited to ewr fV4UtlM fur the kMiallHK ftf ik mI w IntSU All tratUn ri 0 Ot n J wxt Friday far ike wimler of IKW JAUH FAULKMKK Wtkf IHTh jwforwwM will h lM wkbr wl f WlSi Mtd n4jlhg MMRtUs t Mil H Heavy invoices arriving daily and staokf ay upon stacks of goods to meet every department othcr paporon thtfmerlcan Cofttisent of trade jMrTuosA who tkatra to takhflvaHUge Live Stock Country Produce and School ef this liberal offer should call on or ad the The tir4 must Thk Hrhabd at Me vlth 10 Claim received in trade oruiotea account or j h aecewiuy vry erdftr extra mUk k Wak tCALL U mv iVK uiercaanais j jf JS VAX 1KD flJL VQQK9 is Â¬ Thi Nuw Yokk Would the loading 5f ja XJ MU rnJ MsWsun is t Mk n A t uta tm MsW fto 5 Ml ltHl rv 1 i3 V J A 4 J r4 i 4 tffcs 30 n IV ofxIE I- BRALD BEST - r i find H os a lareor simulation in the mountains Oj Kastcrn Kentucky than any paper in the State and merchants aud others wishing o Kocuro the trade of Eastern Kentucky will it THE 5 cents an inch for inch first insertion each subsequent insertion 1 Advortislng Rates ar TraBiint advertisements 75 cents an ADVBftTISING MKDIPM f 41 year 1750 li inchex year 2000 23fSpecial rates on larger advertisements local notices 5c a line with 5 per cent off vr ionn nine SssuMarringe and death notices free tri butes of respect and obituaries 5 cento a 1 J inches STANDIHO ADVEBTISUMENT8 inch I ycar 500 4 inches lyear1500 inches lyear 1200 year 900 5 6 inches 1 1 Â¬ n V- - r V i l gl Announcements of candidates for State or District offices 10 County offices 5 calls on persons to become candidates HAZLL GRhLN KYt are Solo Agenta for Eastern Keataekr T T T A uad their nnswcifi 5 cents a line Payable Drummer 1 06 0 rP Xr for KERRS ROLLER MILL FLOUR and carry a large rap invariably inadvancc 14 15 ply of the following brands Perfection Wheat Extract WMX PRARt Patent Roller The above story is a Ue out of whole cloth ttCj No name will be entered upon the and is 16 50 magnolia uollcr lanoy silver lake itoller amily ulobb auporllno upon which either a Mulhatton imaginative mon Subscription Book until paid- for will quota prices and deliver at Hazel Greeu or Itothwoll Station aG Cm 69 00 they and nil subscriptions are stopped at expira- strosity or n Polk prcvariration No nun y ii in Dr J M Kash 1 heifer 10 00 tion of time paid for notice of which will boy woman or child in Wolfe county bears be indicated by a cross mark on the 771 65 margiu in front of your name A prompt the name of Arthur uo frenk of nature like the one mentioned has ever found birth in The farming implements household goods icnewal only will insure its contiuuance Wolfe county there is no such placo as to brought 7500 which makes tho total SPENCER COOPER Muddy Run in the county and the people sales 81065 John H Picrattr the loudgenerally are not tow headed but if Bill mouthed but truthful auctioncercnginecrcd -GARRISON HE SELLS CHEAP 12 Polk the prevaricator orMnlhatton the the sale monstor liar should come up here and let it Mountain merchants and all others who HARDWARE QUEENSWARE be known that either of them was the au buy at wholesale will find it to their interthor of the abovo Arthur story they might find it convenient to make a run to get out est to read the new advertisement of Chiles CUTLERY TINWARE of this territory We can stand to have lies Thompson A Co Mt Sterling which ap MASONIC TEMPLE pears in this issue This firm handles everyMT STERLING KY like the Swift silver mine discovery juOly perpe thing to fit out a store and we hayo been trated upon us but when newspapers inti told by merchants of our acquaintance that mate that our people arc anything but straight goods they lie and we hold ourself Chiles Thompson it Co aroamong tho most prompt to till orders and that they make fewLook out for the Red X Cross on your in readiness to say so er mistakes in doing so than any wholesale paper It denotes that your time is tin and house they ever had dealings with The in A Painful Acoidont unless renewed nt once the paper will stop Mrs Wm II Tanlbee of Red River neigh dividual members of the firm itself is so coraiug borhood met with a very painful accident well known that anything about them from Our devil says ha would rather eat chest a day or so since Senator Taulbee was in us would be superfluous and so it is getting town Tuesday and told us the following to be with their gentlemanly traveling man nuts than set typo particulars It appears that she had start OHie Kiehart A few months ago became Wc regret to note that for the nonce the ed to th house of her Mr Patrick among us a stranger but now he knows Mencfce Meteor is under a cloud who lived near and to reach whose house everybody and so favorably has he impress Dr J M Kash and wife returned homo she had to cross a fence As ladies usually ed the people that everybody knows- and Joo Lnndram of Loxington passed hero Two Weddings nnd Loto of Fun Tuesday on route homo IIo had been Tuesday evening from a visit to Frenehhurg do in climbing a fence site placed one hand likes him Married John W Whitenkor and Mrs Success to Chiles Thompson relatives and friends in Breathitt on the fence and endavered toget over side- Co and their drummer Vina Muncyr alias MeNabb Also W J Miss Ida May Bowliu haabccii Buttering Rill Luak of War Creek waa visiting ways Willie in tho position of lifting her Wntkins and Kato Burton Row Mr Hou for some time with a severe burn on her foot friends and relatives in Hazel Green Sunday The many friends of John C M Day of driok officiating Wheat in tills vicinity is ns lino as over Both of these couples feel over the fence the upper side of which Frozen Creek vviil regret to learn that he is were married at the Day House in this place before known Plenty of poor hogs and no wife and child of was only three high a large dog belonging Calloway Cuudit corjt Bruco Stamper who has Been very sick Ircathitt spend Sunnay last with friends to tne tamiJy ran down to the fence nnd dangerously ill in Cincinnati with quinsy on Wednesday night last Thc first couple struck her arm or jumped between her arm ins wile who accompanied him to that suspecting a chari vnric wcro quietly married for tho past week is out again in Hazel Green Miss Jessie Stamper is aud the fence causing her to lose her bal place wrote here of his afllietion nnd his u the presence of witnesses aud thus fooled Her physicinns arc Drs very low with fever Kash nnd Tipton brother Floyd Day left last Saturday morn he pcoplo in wailing to sou tho ceremony W J Wallace has been appointed over ance precipitating her to the ground on We nro very sorry to hear of tho Hnrel the ing to be with him On Saturday night an- performed necr ot the streets in place of FPicratt lower side a distanoc of five or six feet Not to bo outdone however Green boyo getting boat so bad playing ball other letter was received from his wife which pap Success to Tub Herald who has gone tp West Liberty the boy hustled around and raised enough Being quite a large woman and falling with statod that he was worse aud suffering great money to pay for the license for Wndkins Mrs Lou Day of this place han been considerable force she was so painfully misery Up to the present writing nothing nnd Burton tho former having endeavored quite sick for about a week past with snre hurt as to be unable to rise without assist more has been heard from him but it is in thenftcrnoon to secure the amount by soance which being quickly rendered she was throat but is now much better hoped he may by this time bo much improv licitations and fair promises carried to the house and her son Dr John ed Tho sum was made up and the minister John M Rose our efficient county school Taulbee who was distant a half mile sumLatbr The report from Cincinnati states who hnd retired was summoned to porform superintendent reports the schools of Wolfe moned He made a careful examination and is confident she sustained neither brok- that Mr Day is so much better as to bo able the second ceremony after which the boys county in u flourishing condition en bone or fracture but notwithstanding to take some nourishment aud it is confi- turned themselves loose to celebrate the ocProf Erbs wife who has been visiting she is unable to move in bed without assist- dently expected that he will be all right in casion in nn appropriate way and all the her father in Lewis county since last June ance Senator Taulbee reports Sam Henry a day or so tin horns bells o in town were brought arrived in Hazel Green lost Saturday even a notice of whose partial paralysis has been into requisition A Mr Baiton stopping Jenkins body has been found There is ing made in these columns as considerably bet- Â¬ no doubt about it whatever The Herald nt the hotel said he hadnt seen so much LOOK AT THESE PRICES ter nc is now able to work his feet and man viewed it on Saturday and several fun since the death of his mother-in-laFOR SALE I have 50000 or 00000 brick C Dr John thinks he will soon be all right citizens have visited the scene No its not but at tho same time thought ho had better 13 for sale at 300 per thousand Call on J T the latter news will be hailed with a dead man to which we refer its not a man order his horse and get away for fear the 14 lbs C While 100- Picratt Hazel Green Ky Tarms cash joy by Sams friends and distant relatives of any kind We are talking about Jenkins boys would have him married before dayÂ¬ 15 lbs Yellow Henry F Piekatt 32at the news of the accident to the mother Patent Wugon Body tho right to manufact- light As he had a wife and sevontecn 100 lbs T A Yelton formerly a resideut of this will for the moment cast a damper upon ure which belongs to our fellow townsman children at homo ho didnt think hed relish 100 place but now of Magoffin county is here them But as neither case is now consider- WJ Wallis Its the handiest thing for thnt part of it Tho whole performance was better than a circus and didnt cost M ed serious we hope all may soon be well with the farmer you ever saw painting the new dwelling house of J By a very little Gallons Coal Oil 76a them exertion a boy ton years old can remove it half so much Rose 3 lb can of - 16c or place it upon a wagon and all who own Enterprising Mon OAMPTON Young man when you go to see your girl Good Rico pound Tabor Ringo who run the hack line be- a two horse wagon should have one Ue sure and let the window blinds down CAMPTON Oct 23 CnpU W L nurst tween this place and Rothwcll arc two of before you kiss her goodnight or some one Uncle Joe Graham and wife of Gillmorc and wife have been- visiting at Z T IJurata erOthor Groceries in Proportion the most enterprising men wc know of An outside will see you called to see uuflast Friday and Uncle Joe tho post week ticipating the boom that is just setting in Gbods Delivered nt Hnzcl Green or any point had a nice present for us He brought three Mrs Tom Hogft of Jnckson has been vis- Â¬ The funeral of David Dennis will be for this section and desiring to be nbrcast or nlong the road between Hazel Green four very ikrge sweet potatoes nil of dif- iting nt David Hoggs preached at White Oak Flat in Morgan with it they have leased the Day House and Rothwcll Station ferent variety and the largest citron orpio Preaching in town by Rcr Mr Crane of county next Sunday by Rev Harry Little Btnblc for the coming year for their hack melon wc ever saw It was the first time the M E Church horses and are now laying in fornge to supFriends and acquaintances arc invited Mrs Graham was ever in a printing office Miss Mary Hurst of Stillwater visited the ply their stock They will keep sufficient and she thought tho mode of making news family of her brother Z T Hurst Saturday will horses here nt nil times to supply tho When you go to Mt Storling you demand find Fred Bassetts Tony Restaurant the of all who wish to go below and at Rothwcll very novel Quite a largo number of the town folks oy My best place to stop and his charges are as they will be likewise prepared to accommo attended the funcraVscrvicea of Laura Tutt 9 Any and everything that can be exereasonable as at any house inthe place date all who wish to como this way Such cuted with new type first class presses and on Stillwater Sunday which wdro conducted m by Revs O F Duvall nnd David nogg an this deserves aud ohould re- fine paper in the hnnds of skilled mechanMason Kash of this place recently enterprise Dr JamcffP Hall is very busily engaged In AND performed a very serious surgical operation ceive tho patronage of every enterprising ics may bo had at this office at less than burning nnotherbrick kiln man in the mountains This kind of pluck city prices It will pay any man in an Robt Murphy of Stillwater for fistula Eastern G W Lovclaco closed his school at Spruco n aud the patient has ever since been rapidly builds up country and nil who wish to sec Kentucky to get his printing at Tni nim Gap Saturday development eometo us should bestow upon ald office Send for estimates and state improving COMPLETE Miss Rcna Congleton who is teaching in these men their patronage Tho successful exactly what you want Powell county passed through town Friday Elder John Allen Gnuo died at his resi- tunning of this hack lino will within a I dan sell you as nice n suit as you can in Mt Sterling nt much lesguost to yon Married At tho residence ef the brides en route to Lane to visit her brother G W dence near Centerrillc Bourbon county 7ear bring more strangers among UB to in- keep on hand DRY GOODS NOTIONS Mth inst aged eighty two years He was veetigate our wealth than would otherwise fatherHov A M Swnngo on Stillwater Congleton John M Rose of Hazel Green waB In ROOTS SHOES HATS CAPS Ac In one of the pioneer preachers of the Chris- come in twice tho time Tho strangsrs thus October 20th 1887James Laoy of Hazel fact everything thnt Is kept id ircoilntry brought amongst us are thoso wc are ulti- Green to Miss S E 8wnngo Attendants town Thursday and visited tho common store Call and ace mo and tian church in this State mately todopend upon for the building up W P Lacy aud Miss Zoulinn Swango T F school which is progressing finely under the J Howard Wilson and wife neo Miss of this country They como- to see us to Stamper and Miss Emma Rose Robert S management of G B Stamper Tipton and little Esther who is a favorite know what wo have and going awny they Rose and Miss Rosa B Tutt B Dr Rose and MlssJosie Stamper one of Loo countys For which will pay tho highest market with evorybody in Hazel Green came up tell those friends of wealth and capital at Miss Alice Swnngo fair ones honored our town with a visit prjke from Mt 8torling last Saturday evening and their homes of our wonderful wealth Saturday A Russell Tabor was here last Saturday aud have been visiting relatives and friends in company is formed and behold instead E P Brown hoe begun painting 8- lit of told us If we didnt toko out hls notlcc for Tutta now dwelling house tiwn and county a railroad desert we find our territory crossed coal ho would sue us for damage no said Miss Rosa Bella Byrd Is on the sick lisC nnd rccros8ed with railroads Whore once TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK Wantei Wc wish tp purchase from 100 to it looked liko everybody that ever heard of Rkx poverty existed prosperity abounds It all f 250 bushels of corn In the ear for which PieTatte cnnncl coal had seen tho notice and COXS MUX cash will bo paid The lowest and best bid comes of bringing in outsido assistance and had brought him a load Advertising pays tho hack line properly encouragod will -- 0 der will socuro the contract Corn Is to be nnd no man knows it better than docs Ta-Â¬ Special Correspondence delivered at Illizel Greed Leave Bids at bring hundreds ayo thousands of then bor Prctfdcnt Coxte Mill Oct 23 II 0 Bwango off M CIGSTATJ TiE Herald office Taiiok Rinoo Mnrriednt Corinth church- this county Stillwater is in our midst and Judging Russell Tabor of Rothwcll has an ndvor W W flUOMSON CbiffltrrIt is expeoted that the now Methodist Oct 20th 1887 at 7 oclock P M by Elder J t f semen t in this irauo to which the attention from Ms talk he will tako a trip to AberR Grccnwudo Mr J Morrison Cox of Mt church at Goodwins Cbflptl will bo dedicat DIRECTORS of housekeepers is especially invited Wheu deen pretty soon M MlwLeonora Marionof Loxington Is tIs ed next Bunday Rev F W Noland of Sterling nnd Mrs Mary Blount of Mont ho handed us his list of prices we nuked him Mt Sterling ia expeoted to be present nnd gomery county how ho could afiord to sail so low and his itlng her parent near this place Mr Cox ia a well known businete roan of only Dkak J T IllQHLXyjl Minces Lucy and Louollcn Cox and Mar Dk lake part in tho dedicatory service nnd a reply was I lay em In low for each MrSJly tills city nud his brido wo understand Is as He seemsto bo a hummer garet Landram were visiting Lazy Mans large crowd from tho Grassy neighborhood elegant woman the widow of Dr Blount Haven today the will donbtleM be present I of MUo MoUIe t home n4 Make mM 7ATT Rev Mr Hendrlok a Presbyterian teinii Ksuh her maiden name wm Utterback MBMy at werJc fitrw Mum aJ A The Hkralp and the Wookiy Cincia They aro both young but this la the see tea of FJemliiKsbHrft en route t Magoffin t JehnJCexkM just eompltUU kl Mvr uet V Uhut thlRg else in Rriad yHrraMrtlrV iiatl Enquirer one yearfor only 200 It ond marriage of each and eaoh have two county preached at thrFrwbyterJan ehureh heBse adjoining kb rfwrlllnjr m all Um watL Any mmm strike us tliRt this ta the beet combination children Tkey will reside In Mt Bterllag In tkle plaee Wednesday evenlNg Jwt aad Rev KHtlrlkprMlt4ftB xwl vw nvm 9Mi MMt qMtrv yet made und f It hits you tfeo Mine way The HeHtlnelDemoMit write with a um wUqneHtly awrled two lovUg cuj1m lent r kmi m wtmf cnw frtur m WQw0 At taidJUM May yen immm w mhm m KHd hi fJOO la cftjh Mil yen will get botb ber of frlttdi lHMgratHUUifriiUsl A pretty Kalt Utlf Mil JC 9 mmm alfkti werkfora trmUMg ww TV mm mwr jam hr Mt pejiere fw twelve wont Iw Peiwrat qr ThtUnf BU WVWVlR WPP iftjAvl4p 4v IwP tTW well-to-d- o line rMx Stbulinq Ky Oct 20 EDiTon DrtOMMEU On Monday last which was court day a Inrge crowd came to town Of course thero were curious people here but the one who BtenDed ofr with cry was UatT7 Arthur of Muddy Run olfe county He la part mnn and him thnt ine only tuiDS 5iA r aitlurent from a common is every day man is his head nud face If Jo Jo the Dog fac ed Russian could sec him ho would sneak Hack to his Russian wilds nnd forever cease to parade hiniBelf as a curiosity Hurrys head instead of being covered with the usn ul crop of mountain tow hair Is entirely overgrown with a thick suit of mmil fnii crs and his nose runs down to asharp point like the beak of that bird He is a great urioauy aim repeated efforts have been made to secure him for a dime ransoum He is a greater curiosity than the fish boy found eomo years ago in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky But his parents being win trot allow him to travel Hundreds ex- aminea ins head yesterday Lexington Remarkabl toy alaof MrSwanges abt Â¬ - Â¬ mulo cow T KTutt cow M F Linkous 1 cow J M Rose 1 heifer Same heifer W J Rose 1 heifer JM Rose 1 heifer W J Rose 1 heifer Samo 2 heifers J M Tester 2 calves Jack Centers 2 steer calves W E Buchanan 1 yoke oxen J A J Hollon Same 1 J n ltoso 1 J RJ T ho folloyrinK Is a list of stock aold t p ublio sale lost Saturday by Samuel Swango and shows conclusively that the hotter sales aro advertised tho better will bo the prices obtained Robert Grnello 11 yearling 8tcersj170 00 Rose 1 Pranatty mmmimmhmfii9it Smi6B Kerr r Mwialjpfcfurerof mmmer HHHMHBSIHMk Cn BiwaHflnHBVaVflaHMTTtf HKZ f Grades of Fttfl M Swango horso 1 horso 1 j mule raulo T Center 1 30 00 67 00 C5 25 81 25 95 50 20 00 18 00 24 CO 18 80 16 60 10 00 13 00 10 00 17 00 m ei ritiK AMD DEALER IK Grain Feed WINCHESTER c KY va M M n HmflHHRnMnk1 at all times V J Uli1 IM Jfc Curant and Prion Â¬ Satisfac tion In Grade - n i i X Â¬ Co Chiles Thompson WHOLESALE - GROCERS And Dealers in Country Producer Also Agents For STOVES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HERE AND THERE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kings Powder Co Kanawha Salt Co Standard Oil Company Perfection Flour Mills Steel Horse Shoes ir Manufacturers Snow Flake Lime MT STERLING- KY Â¬ Â¬ son-in-la- Â¬ - vis--itin- ir Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DELIVERED FREE I M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cheap Goom lbs Extra Sugar Sugar Â¬ 1l iSl 1 100 Â¬ Â¬ Monarch Flour Anchor Flour Sugar lbs 22 100 250 v v 11 f 41 Tomatoes Â¬ per 7c Â¬ - 6 8 Â¬ FREE OF CHARGE stock Â¬ Â¬ MENS Â¬ SUITS OVERCOATS-- i - - Â¬ X4 i Â¬ - BRING YOUR PRODUCE I W R TABOR - l T iz V sj 1 s miv6TErllngky J - J Â¬ - ri lii rhU If lro tks-ww- Cf - t JW Â¬ Pf g4 e WL1U UyM7lfwf ki k wh tiHg4 im w tt O A i i - - MJBmL J Q 4 iR it JB fc A rt o lV Aft THE PLUMB LINE A Stntfprlit tho Proper Kind Up-and-Down BollfiiOD Let Get Himself be Your Gujclgaml Iloavea j the Itcsult Talmagos Seruion Tho subject of Dr Brookito- - f Talmagos sermon this morning wub A Religion and tlio Straight text was Amos vli v 8 And tho Lord said unto mo Amos what scest thou and Tho solid mnsonry of tho world has to mo a fascination Wall about somo of tho triÂ¬ I said A plumb line Dr Talmago said f l r r lev t L3 umphal arches nnd tho cathedrals four or six hundred years old and sco them stand as oroct as whon thoy woro built walls of groat hoight for conturios not bending a quartor of an Inch this way or that So greatly honorod wero tho masons who built tbeso walls that thoy wero froo froo nnd called from taxation masons Tho trowol gots most of tho and its crodit for theso buildings clear ringing on stono nnd brick has sounded across tho ngoa But there is an- Â¬ other implement of just as much import anco as tho trowol and my toxt recognizes it Bricklayers nnd stonemasons nnd car- Â¬ penters in tho building of walls uso an instrument mndo of n cord at tho end of which a lump of lend is fastoncd Thoy drop it over tho sldo of tho wall and as tho plummet naturally seeks tho center of grrvity in tho earth tho workman discov-Â¬ ers whoro tho wnll recedes and whoro It bulge out nnd just what is tho perpen- Â¬ dicular Our text roprcsonts God ns stand- Â¬ ing on tho wnll of character which tho Israelites had built and in that way meas- Â¬ uring it And tho Lord said unto mo Amos what seost thou and I said A plumb line What tho world wants Is a straight religion Much of tho so called piety of tho duy bends this way nnd that to suit tho times Jt is horizontal with n Wo low stato of sentiment and morals hnvo nil boon building a wall of charactor and it Is glaringly Imporfoct and needs How shall it bo brought reconstruction Into tho perpendicular Only by tho dl vmo moaRurcmont And tho Lord snld o inc lAni03 what seost thouf and I said A plumb lino Tho whole tendency of tho tlmos Is to mako us act by tho standard of what others do If thoy play cards wo play cards If thoy dance wo dance If they read certain stylos of books wo read thorn Wo throw ovor tho wall of character tho tangled plumb lino of othor llvos nnd reject tho In- Â¬ fallible tost which Amos saw Tho ques- Â¬ tion for me should not bo what you think is right but what God thinks Is right This perpetual reforenco to tho behavior of others ns though it docidod any thing but human fallibility is a mistake as wldo as tho world Thoro aro ten thousand plumb lines in use but only ono is true nnd oxact ami thnt is tho llno of Gods eternal right Thoro is a mighty attempt being mndo to rocon s ruct nnd llx up tho Ton Commandments To many thoy seem too rigid Tho tower of 1isa lenns over about thirteen feet from tho porpondloulnr nnd peoplo go thou- Â¬ sands of miles to seo tho graceful inclination and by oxtra braces and various arch- Â¬ itectural contrivances it Is kept leaning from century to century Why not hnvo tho ton grnuito blocks of Binal sot a llttlo nshint Why not havo tho pillar of truth a leaning to wor Why is not nn ollipso as Kood us a square I Why Is not nn obllquo as good as straight up and down My friends wo mus have a standard shall V bo Gods or mans 1 Tin dlvino plumb lino noods to be thrown ovor nl merchandise Thousands of yonrs ag Solomon discovered tho tondoncy of btiyors to depreciate goods Ho saw n Man boating down nn nrtlclo lower nnd lnvvcr and saying it was not worth tho Ico asked ami when ho had purchased t tho lowest point ho told ovory body hat a sharp bargain ho had struck nnd Jiow ho had outwitted tho merchant Proverbs xx 14 It is naught it Is naught saith tho buyer but when ho Is gono his way thon ho boastoth So utter-Â¬ ly askow is socloty in this mnttor that you oldoinilnd a seller asking tho prlco that ha expects to got Ho puts on n higher value than ho proposes to receive know- Â¬ ing thttt ho will hnvo to drop And if ho wants llfty ho asks sovonty And if ho wantstwo thousand ho asks twcnty llyo hundred Tho It is naught salth tho buyor fubrlo Is defective tho stylo of goods Is poor I enn get elsewhere a hotter artlclo at a smaller price It is out of fashion it is damaged It will fndo it will not woar woll Aftor n whllo tho merchant from erorporsuaslon or from dcslro to dlsposo vfthat particular stock of goods says Well tako it nt your own prlco and tho jmrchnsorgoos homo with light stop and vails into his private oftlco his confidential friends and chucklos whllo ho tolls how that for half prlco ho got tho goods In ether words ho lies niulwus proud of it Nothlag would mnko tlmos ns good and the earning of a livelihood so easy as the universal ndoptlon of thq law of right Suspicion strikes through all bargain naklug Men who sell know not whether tfeey will ovor got tho inouoj Purchuaors laow not whothor tho goods shipped will a according to the sample And what with the largo numbor of dorks who nro maklag false oittrioa and thun absconding Ut Canada nnd tho explosion of linns that fall for millions of dollars honest man nre at their wits end to make a living Ho ra stands up amid all the prouro ami fee right U accomplishing something to TWA the establUhmyat of a high com mmU1 joporlty 1 bRve deep sympathy Jtr Uw IqWrlKi kUm who toll with hand Â¬ and omployrs and are in such foarfu straits that thoy would quit busi- Â¬ ness to morrow If it woro not for the wreck and ruin of othors When people tolL me at what a ruinously low prlco they purchased an nrtlclo it gives mo more dis- Â¬ may than satisfaction I know it means bankruptcy and defalcation of men in many departments Tho men who toiL with tho brain need full as much sympa- Â¬ thy as thoso who toll with tho hand All business lifo is struck through with suspi- Â¬ cion and pnnics nro only tho result of want of coniidence Tho prcssuro to do wrong is all tho stronger from tho fact that in our day the largo business houses nro swallowing up tho smaller tho whales dining on blue fish aqd minnows Tho largo houses undersoil tho small ones becauso they can afford it Thoy can afford tomakonothingor actually loso on somo styles of goods assured thoy can mako it up on others So a great dry goods houso goes outside of its regular lino and soils books nt cost or less than cost and that swamps tho book- Â¬ sellers or tho dry goods houso sells at lowest figure that swamps tho c And tho sumo smaller dealer in thing goes on in othor styles of merchan- Â¬ dise and tho consequence is that all along tho business streets of all our cities thoro aro morchants of small capital who aro in terrific strugglo to keep their heads abovo water Tho Cunardcrs run down tho Newfoundland fishing smacks This is nothing against tho man who has tho big store for every man has as large a store and as groat a business ns he can manage To feci right and do right under bric-a-br- ac brlc-a-brn- all this prcssuro requires martyr grace rcqulros dlvino support requires celestial reinforcement Yot thero aro tens of thousands of such men getting splendidly through Thoy seo others going up and thomsolvos going down but they koop thoir patience and their cour ago and thoir Christian consistency and nftor a while their turn of suc- Â¬ cess will como Tho owners of tho big business will dio and their boys will get possession of tho busincssand with a cigar in their mouth and full to tho chin with tho best liquor and behind n pair of spank- Â¬ ing bays thoy will pans every thing on tho turnpike road to temporal and eternal perdition Then tho business will break up nnd tho smaller dealers will havo oppor- Â¬ tunity Or tho spirit of contontment and Â¬ right feeling will tako possession of tho largo firm I know of scores of great business houses that havo had their op- Â¬ portunity of vast accumulation who ought to quit But perhaps for nil tho days of this generation tho strugglo of small houses to koop nhvo under the over Â¬ shadowing pressure of great houses will continuo therefore taking things as thoy nro you will bo wise to preserve your equilibrium and your honesty and your faith nnd throw over all the counters and pigeon How John or George or Charles sholves nnd barrels and hogsheads and or William or Alexander or Henry or cotton bales and rice casks tho measur- Â¬ whatever be your Christina name say here and now Nbnnldnnfit ing lino of divine right And the Lord for me no cigars or cigarette for me nn snld unto mo Amos what scest thou wino or beer for me no nasty storms fiir And I said A plumb line In tho snmo way wo need to measure me no Sunday sprees for me Ham gningr onr theologies All sorts of religions aro to start right and keep on right Gkidliah putting forth their pretensions Somo me for I am very weak From thn thmnu uXaniUdhnngrmgfltt yiiurB ifowu nll uitedetB- - i juuilhig havo a spiritualistic religion and their of ctcrnnl righteousness la dowateimir luaL- tamu Cn Qwzzihug aim u tivrtswrn wrtiuuh HJJWOROUS chief work Is with ghosts and othors a the principles by which lean bu guided ln HuniuiU unnlila- GUil- liiiiuU ai neaO Setmc building every thing from foundation trj anudbdnc Dim IDuu mimJlinruif dknnuttrB religion of political cronomv proposing to Qt 5 aftor a 3nan has attained a put nn end to human misery by a new capstone Lord God by the wnundedhund isarniflinTidto2h3mnflinHfiCttnetilaitnny nape old age that lie begins to oft liliiullSliinnmnnKitf nswurtgrijuiistiliinininertam stylo of taxation nnd thero Is a human- Â¬ of Christ throw me a plumb line tM CQ JScajumc Lord Nelsons gcmraL direction when Ibnrm tu rumU tHiuatny tmttwu nnmiiba itarian religion that looks after tho body DuringrtillunmiB pinshwinui fluxvf QiaHmQ 0ur Ibest friends are those wh of man nnd lots tho soul look nftor Itself going into naval buttlo was no mam can lktt and thoro Is a logislatlvo religion that pro- Â¬ do wrong that places his shtp close alnngi slnuu IinntuititStiBUUKayinBiiniitfttiiTirh itjrletaiy quiet when some Me 13 ittnuIhrgffnumJliiiralItSlunjjiiiincriicu3efj poses to rectify all wrongs by nn enact- Â¬ sido that of the enemy- - My friend ymu inimlUntangrax itimunerating our virtues Shot cad itmip ment of bettor laws and thero is an Ae- Â¬ will never do wrong if yon keop your lifif tliui Chriiiaam tite jnmie omQ tiliDtsnifihsfiif jLuailier Jiojiorior mUininu uiiw fittntxrsfl closo alongside the Ten Commandments sthetic rollgion that by rules of cxquislto IDheuihur of the Heiiron ItesfislcT Do right nnd yon can be as brave a Mown sflvmrd ynmg- IJlimil nnuuaulliLiiiuiiiiinitcuiii tnsto would lift tho heart out of its de- Â¬ Theresa who rode up thu Hill of Detiunue piiraimzv i rrtatirs So tthe gifted ttditor of a cwHtem- formities religions nnd of all Att hlWnilHinIllinnm atilnir rmiTitTnsiTfritriTsorts religions re- Â¬ nnd shook her sword at the fuur corners by tho peck lililiaiti tflllin llHttf nilT lin mrnminttll tflifrm I aanir3 as an crrotisticai wart- - 2t- ligions by the squnro foot nnd re- Â¬ of tho earth whuMi Uiiwow titaanurtilmni aurwirii IlwlhiH j tbratfka State Journal you shut uk young But you say ligions by tho ton all of them devices of awnstant55 ffldlirvc Bit IwnuQawnnngaiDW i liiw didightfuX ia the morning Oliv nnvDlilnj co raim inwuiixnnii mmu wmo nan Hteo tto tho dovll that Mould tako tho heart away folks out from all fun giun wm do 1Mit ml o H to from tho only religion that will ever effect tun I believe in fun Ihnve find lots of IVmTimm nllmlltiiftliiiiM ttiiititVntiinlr-my time But I have not had tmgn intn pravumimoff 2nnnlliin to paiiui icrnjiiliifl oiFnided Ty jni squitoes tiK yosre Bear any thing for tho humnn rnco nnd that Is It in fly up SZimhoiUe American tho straight religion written pnths of sin to find it Xo urudit Co me byBiM DnwirS5ytotfhmnmliavnr Siuimawtein ancuiiQiwireiiniiffnIlfIettiLan Clerk --TTiiat can I do for yen in tho book which begins with Genesis but becauso of an extraordinary pnrnnteill and ends with Revelation tho religion of example and influence E was kept fromi liiilQKifftliiiimjmiiHtLwatudiuiQiff flir iRnder I I weft thats a tsmus nwiui fernm tducimUiarHiun tho sides tho old religion tho God given outward transgressions thouglu my Heart oiiee laffair II rcadh- - dont kaow what I rollgion tho everlasting religion which was bad enough and desperately wicked aCthttWoriUl lllto t3iujniumanT nniugls-cull vwras ttdld ttogct- - Bat no matter jost thougju II tmonn wumsniHpiB TBn roaittt IHlmii flnrnihex says Lovo God ubovo nil nnd your neigh- Â¬ I have had fun illimitable ue one something similar- Bavttwgj wnm linBjP TBnwllittt wufiHfatmB Ilij-and nuvar bor ns yourself All rollglons but tho ono never swore ona oath cnSe UllanHer gambled for so muck of thu vnluaoCai torarJtnissjllntai w5 tdkuwidl tfiiBlLaiuc bogln nt tho wrong ond and In tho wrong EuUilii Bimniuuwu Qniaha HDame TThst do yoa plnco Tho Biblo rollgion demands that pin nnd never saw thu- inside- off m tfliiiik wo first got right with God It begins haunt of sin suveua when ten yenr ago I thsve a girl who gets sp in wmtaans chf oheiesl nt tho top nnd measures down whilo the with commissioner oC police and oi detec tiheaunnning wishout leing caHed othor rollglons begin ut tnc bottom and tive nnd two elders- of my church D exÂ¬ VKliyr XIlny CJnn B3 iniiTlun tflir UjiflnSat i Ohiirais f TTciTecs Imipoisfele try to moasuro up Thoy stand at tho foot plored these cities by midnight notouCaff lButiit is arac he is in leve with the ttirn iitrtllm ITWlitiiinH eitt OilTn of tho wnlj up to thoir knoes In tho mini curiosity but that might in pulpit dia Htmny wiunumUtBilujnnusitr- - ttiiifldtf nnilkmanQmaae World of humnn theory nnd speculation nnd courso sot before the peoplo- the- poverty wiiuijjttiionunHtiilmxrBtawiraujfliTCnir acKtmr toheuL nnd the horrors of underground city life ihuttniiollmiguniiiliitauiEnj ttcaCy ffifiriks idonx nBerea iricsBi havo a plummet nnd u string tied fast to itsarasacw It And thoy throw tho plummet this Yet though I never was intoxicated Car nniu omr nanmun arac miulls taiiusdly annre icvuraruadamoel wishusx lookiK- - at way nnd break a head thero and throw an instant and never committedoua aeCaff truly ones TJlu mnhmiftirifcwaiuJhcsuEB tflie last tiliajiler first to see isw it restrained only by tliu aniUbilhwdimtn ofiBiniBmsw TOTtaimffi mile Burnett ant tho plummet another way and break a dissoluteness Omaha Gid --I iaxe uMlii bond thoro and then throw it up and it grace of God without whiVlu restraint II Hitr Hln fflinrtfoni1 iVIIW 1 t u- nn - ncanx attame HPerhaps sok eae comos down upon their own pate would havo gono hciidlnug thn lincnum r5mTTi r ii aiMj uiiuiiiuiiiiuiiiiuiiwiu wirrjrnuw mmnitnuB Amu xilreaftv told ynu bow they tKTtel I Why will you stand nt tho foot of infamy I havu hud so mucin funi tllnc aruj mumanttttii Hu niiiirriiigjily manunatii Fools SomBonelcneTC as of tho wall measuring up wheu you ought I dont believe there is- a mum om tho HtandluTHtandto gniuxsur dlumuir irtf aHifair nut Ikncw to stand ut tho top measuring down A planet in the present tlmo whn has- - Uud wnummdUytlmHU2wlmHiDa2nnvd3ujHfu They were pslKhed fow days ngo I was In tho country thirsty more Hear kv men and boys womum and thunu siuriativ on tthp 3naseaaesT Oxtss Anillamtaiiteupmiinraifi rhrariftcainniclnr nff aftor n long walk And I camo In and my girls all the fun Is on tho sldo off rigllC edliuacium am miria an muaunB tsimoiamnifmtnilB dbotll child was blowing soap bubbles and thoy Sin may seem attractive but it Some Catch o the Enones ahiMahuimllDtudnituiiramitiltU wjiuickifimia- Da rolled out of tho cup blue nnd gold ful and like thu manchincel a treu- whose- urall dews nro poisonous The- only gtmuina pram mstiimtaaC goiidaiiilling amBainEo i5rn uniihure Ihosscs sahFT 5serETd and green and sparkling nnd beautiful amU nwteiim tilMnu Bl niittiumgih TCbdjL Zekenjf an ajrun Or ves we and orbicular nnd in so small n space I happiness Is In nn honest Christian Ufu flticthmUtah unu txiunw tnfiaiinitt Btiihntilfl Â¬ KUimttu-uuigntugi-oe quiet nearly forty years and that ono spark ignited tho conflagration Riimem bor that the wall may be onu hundred fund high and yet a deflection of ono font fromi the foundation affects the entiru structure And if you live a hundred yars and dtr right the last eighty years you nmynevar theless do something at twenty years off ago that will damage all your earthly existence All you who have built Iiouhcs far yourselves or for others am I not right ini saying to these young- men you can not build a wall so high as to be indnpendunt Ai of tho character of its foundation man before thirty years of ago may ennr mit enough sin to last him a lifc tamo A cat that has killed one pigeon can not be Keep it from lulling- tha first cured wilL allow tliona to warn jjiasm Sibllffiil msttntfnrs TTh ffRSONL AND UTERARY t keep their sinsy and tlicro at doatlii say tb ItwnrtHl Tm lhtTrrWrtur rtnllHm raluiinmnrr a r a JUUB WBU thenar Welt dono goodl and faitlifuU ogprauiuttuB mattnauo nnunip uunmrent i t wrote one ibunOreil amd eight long stories that sorvant Ani iss BiiUnieK aoduilDilBgjiinfl jjilfanfi arafl Ihus and that tulla tttcm well for there is rff Belli Wnntl plbnty offQnufliraiiuflffuujfilnEiDUfi2uu twotb jpiililislied an lb8 New York a glorious Heaveai they holdl bcGrauuff t BbttlliifillratjlluiriiRgpihigJlmraiuillL Untthe JLcQjfcr Comorlet us go Iru andiacuiifc TharroiHi manning- - m imam muiio srnm tine cunnm- jfbc Japanese 3ihustcr at Herod-- and alL the bufoosliromaHBUcradi Mlungtan m mot converted to Thero is Chavlcs Guiteuui andl JimiFblc rapiillduHuimtt TiniiatuaiBiHiuui frurnrhmr uwtt IbutihnB toad lite children bap- and Robespierre tha friondi off ttiatFcanoni guillotine and alLthe liars thiuvosUauaa TTnunndl antt off timnllnwniHtrtyj illmllnlnil sWi ttlZBtL jj u burncrs gaiTOtcnrplckpockct3andl libeir- - Qunll7haautt duwmun picut tfihe typhoid Uhe es Ianpress Hugejue uses aa tmes of all the- centuries Thoy have alll mvwiTHCrdUiuB liihn imtalin HmidlleKta Dom ma Tnnibxiflla miluuh icost two thousand dol got crowns- and thrones andlkarpHinndl thai fiiumabatmryaff ailliKhirutBllmQraing IlarB lEhe Ihcndle 5s ji jnass of nlpn scepters and when they chnntrthey singer llouHe aursittgr nil omfl ccdlimg flnrlhiB Thanksgiving- - anil honor- - andl gihcyandl mi j aiotr aiuUliuiltStm lbniikdlnmmiB ffrnrnlUis itiiu igeiUB power to the broad religion thnClettu all dinnjpiilhwwihidhliBnievuittBaainQUQrn ianonmncnt of the novelist and into Heaven without repentance- andl fuitlu thragKHh5nBinnjLBmittantlliiBuvniiiawiKh inrautoriif lairj storiea Ottilie TVUdeifa in those disgraceful dogma off ccclcsinstlr aio iHmulk off iu inisanivBU auiirit J63nB Jtnntfh vwusTOcentlj unralled at Tnbin- cal old fogyism ijIiUmauumiuiiun ixl unnruuiiirBU utUB gun liiiie JUOllUlUCnt WBS raised er-My text gives mo a grnnrti opportunity uunumu MiuHumiiHuwHiiiuiuuiiniBHB iBjufihrahr ibr contribnlions irom the of saying a useful word to all youngrmoni lihwausunumUnffiamn Unug rawimheianing thmm j who are now forming- habits for- at life- Â¬ aniUojniMlUiigavBtaimigjhi4lltahennuumuinB Ic Geore VV-- Calilc the writer time Of what use- toi a stnne mnHoniair affamanut5nuncsinallUiliaJumimtmnuettcn- bricklayer is a plumb line Why nottBuillll Ihnuile Mfysuuil siiimil Ibudfe Srinnsudh ton Suuchern tojiics vrho has been so tho wall by the unaided ova ami hnnilh film Saumrmiun tfluOTJUHninfiuntin mm- - fluceessfiil a teadherof Bilite KtiKlioc r Because they aro insufficient becauHouff IwiauiBlnsr pnur ulliurxuttm aw ffuu unBis-urfharajiton Is nuvr to conduct Dn thero bo a doflection in tha walE ic cam not gjaumnjr youir ffitfhujl inume mmreustnD MiriTrtir SntnrSnir m1 r further on be corrected Because- by tha fun im Buouitiiuir snuu minhia IhoiurL T TtJmle LHton rBiei law of gravitation a wall muse be straight TliorutHnmfiuu lin tfliu pilmiil In order to be symmetrical andl nnGa A tliffiliHsnllUli IIIiimrBUHiiiDaununtahemraill- - XnxbUlcrtan 3ttrs 3Inry Majies Dodge the brill young man is in danger ofgetting nj defeat gutisdimfilWjudl illhurD ub arotSun an an BaEamilhiuw amt nf tine j aunt aud UMijiulur editor of the SL In his wall of character that may novcr be undbuuj atsuniinjf corrected One of the bestfrioniTHHavmr asHeaffainunnttmiHB HuiUuuMcmiiairiiairn IJZchiflats was a voun- widow before had died of delirium tremens at sistyyenra- am tutu njsej line llu ffuliuBnn tsliDaflilhemic U1COTar eutertafned the idea of writ- oi agethough he had not since twenty onn undbnttilttug aniB n jmnitte lids mioi- liumnB years of age before which he hail beero dmvui in situ uuu auwa- uiguui Hie imnfietta jidmror iiulilicatian The first contri-flniTrinnfiheevcr nentto a inagazine was blbsHuim dissipated touched intoxieating-llquorun-tliromjttDv accejrted and there was an that particular carousnl that toolc liimi duHtnnt dumand ior her fotcdies off Not feeling well ia a street om a hnC nwneiLE ttnisatmnL summer day ho stepped into a drugstore naie xiUa of AHiert Krnjip the just as you and I would have done andl TTOutirimnnimcuitt iuimmiu igruat gnt niater was lurnished with j asked for a dose of something to innlm Ihiavrayngp ofl tdhrvwirilU mum Uowd Hinnn j aih he igdendorof a princely residence him feel better And thero was alcohol iiu mufiUinlyunilliiO nrinu tflliLUiuHmtRiinf cam- - i Qiutiit onntuined one special article of tho dose and that one drop aroused tha lburtaieir UroJUhimQtXD Bigjhcr wirik un ttho tflBinttTition BUtili as no sovereign in the old appetite and he entered the first liquoir HflEvrtmi alTCrtidl mr tihiur fiiihm alitffilGas r t - i r store nnd stayed there until thoroughly dbntCiimminirtihi wwllUlniiwrn ttnrollm in muui uujuc-- oi r n r t i under tho power of rum Ha entered his tita mum rriiniitu niust cifi tfilipwiraaigivtiB homo a raving maniac his wife and daugh nimiraimudtatlUi hiHCuuiJLaiTtihiBUiialhiJHtnrjy uiiotufl nooordingto itsmonetarvTalne ters ficeingfrom his presence untilhewa off ai wosliimun to ai Haivp anill tin tfiuirilinid IDiiis sis a mirror of jtolisbed steel over whnj QairUiiPHiiffaiu onnwan ammjllWl mineifeetin taken to the city hospital to die The lictsht uud sis feet wide material of early habit haiH Biim want o iaHgloir that I -- - A - - M1 - - -- I - aiumi JfT j - rrfimr - - - il a 3niHrfiniBffnrtn -- uw Â¬ i ir ii com--bustibl- o I I uHie Jollowing story is told as allustratingiGenend Ton SIoltkes to umilmwiiQ tjBynit tana Uiiui mess One dnr he stopped at an inn Mil i MtUMnU TZZ ruLVTT oaid matu5ktuf- - a glass oi Leer The aill tBif mir a Heading iluneuurd jnsteau of drawing the com- wntauirnurcuii- llhiilL Bu inuxno an tamn Ilic vkup HantaiF ninntt aun iive jifuuuig beer tiioagkt the fbr- tiiu AintaBsm HIilli Snuuir vu Nirth Gunural should have the doable or Cliinnj JSrwanpittlhiQIlytdhL Unrgeamm- The Field Marshal ituv ijifoiinig leer Biirofi HllniC UHirgnimnfiiitfiaKtltfiuTnttg3itaiiD annnxxy to gnnictj auihmp Sur aihue IBiicy i jprawfU the tieer and placed on the taililt a ten pfunnig piece which the arn clin TtiitdmiffapdlmhUtumiainriultQios 3Ioltke left withoct diiminuwwuiiuh to CilinmazriMiiudbadhtitt llty iuudlurd ttiik any goi hndilu knnwUiilUje IDheHe ntsnaciliuB HtKung-a ivtird A ftuv davs latr he liiggnra to tdleir tiltdL omfi afainranne amQ Trishud ttho same inn again and ordered mtHnry Huxtc maidliiiU tfilif wur Bowufltunni agluH5 of lieor Agaia double beer dltaum oi Uiunnnitrjc TTIIih mnnrmuirninuary was lirouglit Clothe ssitb TTheu I ainuiiLvndtiiiiuQim ic Untsuir tthum attiiciiRS upftitiiuluvtnEaff ehiwrfiiilluwB UynrtsQiming nvas here last I gave you ten pfennig tun tain Uilma tuulitu niifl nsynn gae mi nothing back I nndtdlnmli TamiiiltngrdlmniaKmiaait WUmn was tCve jdonriig lo the good so that we- rniinimniiirrtlattniiiitUunnumjpnmiirtiB i we are aiow straight The landlord fivn tihiuHnniE QlalIatt tuianntsurB inll u5 irtmiarkod that lie had drawn doable touiuIL mnHUDii ummnltanQtiiiniHimiuy UfWnxB mChimimaui vltliiHigilaamiiauuu vi uimnm Oh liuur whiuh oost tun jifeanig dbxatendImwacuQiiiiiujiuiuttiulk Uuv lliduxu Hiut II tdifl mot order double Teer said Blhu trJhe great soldier and lie drove away BiiwTimnnBt3hTnlyhiintta7niicmTnnflffmnur iniGiangnTC I Wllilh so miuiih mauM HUmi ciinih unaiinjmU Ihr warn uu tfkf DihuUaneu vuho 11 j near-haugiitiUiiii-lta- I - - J - - I n- i et Â¬ j - - 5 - f y 1 - - I - Ihrtwe must net ferget M immtim y Mt wfct WiHmMriwt Hwiwrlk w m4w MM yniiilini Mt wK wlUHt MwalsUV wr IfcrowtH U street hmn ate yt UIhm etMr Th Htft W Jr www im t j - rw wv novor saw moro splendor concentrated Hut sho blow onco too often nnd all tho glory vanished Into suds Thon I turned nnd took a glass of plain wator nnd was rofroshed And so far ns soul thirst is concerned I put against all the glowing glittering soap bubbles of worldly reform nd human speculation ono draught from tho fountains from under tho throno of God clear ns crystal Glory bo to God for tho religion that drops from above not coming up from bonuuth t And tho Lord said unto mo Amos what toost thoui and 1 said a plutnb Uno I want you to notice this fact that whon a man rIyo up tho straight rollgion In tho Hlhlo for any now f angled religion It U generally to suit his sin You first huur of hi chungo of religion nail then you hear of soma swlndlo ho hut practiced m Colorado mining stuok tolling somo ono if ho will put in 10W ho can take nut f 100X or lie hat uaorlllwd u htUy of wlungei Into o Irrvmidiuhto ffk lti nw hrod he kr4 wwWU to Ih 4 W Nl llim and He twatot a Vf4 m tmyuUW4 a feromt a ih tbHTrttHN a Wv4 M MU Ihvf juan nnm n uMim -T-T-Ji efi saa Tho Chippewa wanting- - toi seo- tEndL DatauurhBiitHtihMknrfiT niwuHiiiia nlin blackons his face with charuonE andl fuAts tdmyarirauttnanmUanifittuiidlauiniaiioih 1 e TnD tto take out jj poBry oc my tlllhohus a vision ot whut ho cidls GodL by prauonfe amll niiuimur Ut to iflp stewMHs SamJrihnsiarsc2rwiaa My God I can sou bust when I taltu- my hofi miimir RUitain ttliijienqDrtsitimUnttuuBshiB a iinmni- - tin mnul ilfiro IPtn Sole 17e oil aud lot tho sunshine blaze in my CamttiannigbuhnnutahHiiiCutenciin Bnrtt aumrr w Tnrwt an --TTeB if and aftcrareiiHonablibruiiltfat itatUaamwiaiirxiaiBUaaffahiFmnaiuraaawilB n- wmr n God of blackness and starvation but of Wiai - 3 aUWti light nnd plcntitude and tho- glory off tile twardlninteiaCuaihiaauiiangmBaoitiluj ar stee uoondny suu Is Egyptian midnight om bibcluiuwm afltiluttuuaudl fisuttsiuuii tf lint Jkttnh rtinQts Hthsu- - won Jhetxii ob JsJ a paruil to ItThore they go two brothecsThoi anrxauaiuacnm BUH Oftta ouo was eouvcrtoil a yaur- ago Ui uliuroh w 121 Ykt J i jv i ntf HikMiiuui Mwittasuran s irone Sunday mornimr durlug pcayococ i sormon or hymn Neno- know lb at tho w S rnjiipf thmsires tlmo Tho persons oiiuUhor stdoeC ainij 0uiytawlaluiwiufOhiianiavjauBaa suspootod nothing biitinthu6younnianS a jtwro ifttMlJHr Eau outar Uinw Bjriut 4WmC iJwurvrd Mr Gran - w soul thU proves wont ou 4Locd hachl mid shod in wid Uftiia- - wwiUau lijtiuu m unn iucji a ggwwpm jot re young muu amid tho tvmiptutiuusot oC Wii somiuiutttt B vwu shuiilih JiOBiniMa tu IfciMDMiraanaiiy Ibiirn am n iEf twTH ilajs I unconuo hoifttihn aioiuuiiirtif tiliui vtfmlL on city life and lain afraid to rwk thorn II huhhii nun 4 vrwji ado a re 3a ulono Como uud bo my pardon and mvv SOUlM WouldmttUWl Wlhh Hllkn fhnrirvM n T li wiosigoa raiwNaii4QEvttaiaiiu avKweniifotim itowTwtertaa5a help suvo mo from makiuic tho uittak j airf H iltrilMra lnx 1 wa sWmo rft that aoiuo ot my vnuradH uro umklugv ulookonaiiiniiiQt tthttmntg ifm tQ- wipul llw rl and avo mo mow Aud nuUrkor thtm lrrtj toiijgn ujjmi tjliih nltnus nft UtsDn hitfwiisHlplii ntx tne tlldnl Volfcr Huh GvkI rollvd Hon von Into hn ouU M Just a jolly at he used to b I ttas teiBOv imt totidi ewiu rtlli t t wiCttKirhJin3 ttp C tOkT XM -- - - -- - 1Tto - wz - fr - - ata Jw fc- I ITer V WHIIUhV a tl bwUopottJh ouo u wa WiU w cvY0Vl Uu rv4 sUWuK houhUaUi Uoju strike curtly u bofoo h v Itihlujf tUau llltl a LL11 JL K A jxi ias4 jfm lin f Jri - - r -- - -- j niimtjaifcJMi JrrlFrFrppTTiP I 3 r-- THE HEARTS RELEASE Ttfitf trtbulatfoa HoldingwoeS faereairar - Heart thoC 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