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Digital page images are linked to the text file. cr iu L V rj-- i- vn Vjfft u v I - - - I -- t - r SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Devoted to tlio Development of Ktntirti Kentucky t- - i6JjMmStiie - ll - - w 3 VOL ILL mumiinii m - iiiniiimnmiiniiiiii - HAZEL ORTCEX WOLFE OOUXTY KY iimmaniWiijiiLTiwnma iiiiiiiiibmiihiubib aaiwi iiwiliaaB bbbb Fill DAY DECEMBER a a atawmi ifn1 B I 2 1887 aw 1- - N6 30 BBeBMM9MMnMMMMABt ft u 4 A Great Cum Ruvimiis or Tin IlrRAin will Moody and other evangolistsnrc engaged Attornky-at-La- w CO Fa von vs 1mcasi thi Advkiitwkks1- - One thiiiK i cortniii thero is not Dr 1 J Gntlirig Hit JnVcMej of the And Rial Estate Ackxt bears rv l teacher in IndiailiipohS Mnvw Bt tm v xvmIIIIJ MM1 not triad v father his sermons Who WOUltf mnguincgun that weaponIds niime hn JIAZKU UUEKX KY IIIJ I of n simihif perfected another llf11l WIIULKSALE DLAIKKS IX Will practice iu nil the Courts of Wolfe tiox thw iimk if you are going to lie has recently delivered two lectures character intended foMiso on rtinhly An JVtwell Menifee anil llrciithitt counties Alt Sterling Lexington Louisville or in Madison before large and cultivated exhibition of its working was given hi Titles examined abstracts furnished tax-t-- s real estate bought paid for non reloiil Cincinnati take tlio names of the adver- Â¬ audiences one on temperance uiid the New York on Saturday and this dessold Collections ti specialty on the history ami character of the cription ib given It is it brass gun iru fc tisers and spend yoir money with them other Jewish race that Were marvels ami weighing seventy eight pounds the whole VoiIN TiTeVANS only liy doing so you will savemueh won the unbounded applause of thoati arrangement wciglimg only JiS pounds The rulo will apply at home as well I illtuces Like his sermons tho lectures It is capable of firing 1000 shots u inih HAZlLOttEBX KY AND-were models of styludictionundeloquonoe utc Tlio general working principal of while that on the Jewish race displayed the gtm is tho samo us ilint of the gull Esamlner of Depositions an erudition astonished every one which bean Dr fjntlings namp antl is WONDERFUL BOY PREACHER for Wolfe county As said before the Inugungo he iiscs is so widely known Tho improvement m i Kespoelfnully sollcitta the patvonage of the Inscnl Iortcr of letterson County I ml that of one who has thought long and iu the method of fcediug In tho police public ami will uttcuti proiuji t y to all bit tho Inrvcl of All Who Hour llliu well and who has had the aid of scholas- gun a magazine holding sixty two car iiics ciitrn ted to his care THIRD SAC3 is UNION ST2EETS Is it smiplv a wonderful feat of mem tic training aiul extensive reading Now tridges ami Hioking like the hopper of n T SWANUO turning or is it inspiration ts the ques wheie does the boy get all of this lie cornsheller is sct up on end at u right tion every one who lias heard 1a enl has had no education and has had no augjo oii the top of the bnibs haircl all v 1IAZ13L HiFFX KY Porter the boy preacher is asking This opportunity for extensive reading In The turning of too handle by tho can prodigy ia a product of Juilirson county fact his chances for information from noneer drops the cartridges into six re Â¬ and is not eleven years old When not reading have been very limited Deputy County Court Clerk of Wolfe Al Are volving barrels within the cinnon in the pulnit ho is the most ordinary of the sermons and lectures his or are they the barrels ro vol vo a dock with a spiral Will ultciiil t till business entrusted to him ordinary boys possessing nothing that the production of some ninturonnd mug spring catches each cartridge and a small with promptness ami dispatch would listininisli him from hundreds of nificently develoncd mind committed to needle in the Itidlrstrikcj tho percussion other boys scon througout the county memory by him It is n puzzling ques- cap exploding It The pext instant rfn HACK AKEK In fact the cursory observer would place tion In their delivery there- are no evi extractor calcJiqK the empty shell nml him below the average of Indiana boys dences of memorizing Thero is nothing following a spiral groove it is dislodged MAYTOWX KIINITCKY Attorneys-at-La- w While in a state of repose he is listless mechanical about the delivery as may from the gun When one magazine is with dull looking eyes and expressionless be seen in lengthy recitations by even empty another stands ready to take irt A V Hakicu JArKSOX countenance lie walks with an awk the best elocutionists There is no paus- Â¬ place As tho empty shells fall in n J J 0 JiAfk ward shambling gait not appearing to ing and hunting around fur a cue ynrd stream from tho oriiice it looks for all KENTUCKY Jlreatfiitl IVmrty notice those thing which generally at Â¬ There are no repetition or skips but the the world liken country cornsheller with O C LYKLVS Done nniitly ntvJ in workmanlike man- tract the attention of boys of his age whole is spoken deliberately and without the denuded cutis dropping to tho flour Placed with any dozen hoys of his neigh any seeming straining hut as if tho boy as the farm liand turns tho crank Py ner borhood and he would be chosen out as comprehended the full meaning of all a long lever tho conmniCcr van with hii Won Eatfcta Agom Co unty Attornoy the stupid one of the lot Yet this awk the words he uses and the thoughts to left hand change the range of tho gun unci Notary Public y ward country boj with his shambling which he gives utterance If they are shoot up or down orsidownys while wilh jl utjvi Practices in nil Imirtt in Wulfo lk gait listless air and dull look is one of memorized the boy is still a prodigy for the righthaud ho turns tho crank thnt joinimj Cnuiitiif inl Court e en t for eash Come and u Sfi iiilrv the wonders of this century lie is a there is not another one of his years and puts the stream of cartridges in motion V W MAVKKK preacher and the leading preacher of his with as little training as he has had who Ijii Manager MITONjjAJM IKdllsnM Dr J 11 McLeans Strengthening pci uliir sect and if his hCrinons are his can week after week commit to memory -TA ILIJUIS i Jnr Hnrref own production hois tho leading preach- and recite as perfectly such long dis- Cordial and Wood Purifier by its vitaler in Indiana of any denomination Jle courses If they are committed the izing properties will brighten psdochcokK U a Iccturor iiiid if hi lectures rnrc words and ideas puist many times be and transform a pale haggard dispirited original lie is far ahead of in inn who beyond lite comprehension and any one woman into one of sparkling health and 100 per bottle Sold by O f now on the pliitfMin in this lountiy who has ever tried the experiment knows beauty Hazel jrccn Wolfe County HSwaugo Ilael Green Thir may ound liki- rhapsody but it is how hard it is to commit and recite a Wholesale riUiufieturi rs of til1 verdict fd evi r one who has beard thing thev do not understand KENTUCKY If they Thoy Want Moro Money He is a plain country boy with arc original tbo are nothing short of him Uarmcdtjbuof Third mid TdiVth VAK H Will IT little or no education and yi t in his ser inspiration tine thing - cirtaui hey elW iiohtniastcrbof tho JdtlConginshionk Of Elliott County mons and ho Uses Inirjiuye are not part original an J parti umrku d al districts held at the Opera Jloueo in wnn l iqnal to the jurist polished anil cultuied for the criminal uild ch tliouti t lb n city November Kith tho following His thoughts are ami Icns pur Sirlinu thin il id the present day emu preiifnbl and resolutions were unaui- Tn nr i ii in Co tlioe of a strong and originalthiiiktr inittcd yet in in b br ik- - an u i in iiu i M flipted n SADDLERY HARDWARE and his wurd are well chosen and those his sermons or hciuns lit is J 10 W Market St Inrrsvjj in Ky Vlii i nf he labor and responsibility of all others that ought to have been and backward yet the largest tin W M iin St Slii its the tronyvc of lCa stern Keiilueky 728 unl f Mieso classes nre too c liluukh e used expressing his thoughts clearly and even of strangers iIock not embitii - t im gr oswtteill Icrr Hlank ltook ouiOiaion received Iii Heniions are logical iu Taken iu any wily Pasfal Porter K u win n iu t - ikeii in r consideration ICY strongly tin ir arrangement ami show a wonder- marvel a pule W H Smith in Jn- - thi- ihoy y ljivsfitel hv Itoil NlXNKLIY iur ul epftjr Aff oificc ful and nio st intiiiinloucotiniutancc vith diauopalis iNews Tlifiiri be i ioiv CAMITOX KY the holy scriptures Petuwi TI t is ii- ppUtksy b Not display an inA Vnlunblo Modicnl Troatiso and we do K iiloii i ss to ittryijjubo COM IIS IMtovuii TOK S of Kentucky timate only tin hU scruiofis the Iiihlc but ExciiangB Bank acquaintance with The edition lot IrtSS of the sterling tho uompcnsivlii u ot Ncewof JjiOtf with current history and he tnkes up Medical Annual known as Hoptcttcrs clashes Tlio jiatronnire of the traveling jmhlie is and applies current events to elucidate Almanac is now ready and may be ob hekt nml Tnhle rispcttiully nilietl 2d That we urge Mv r tjijh t r i n in ihsii and makes plain his topic and enforce his aiued free of cost of druggists and Hon V P Taulbce to uie U irttfwn- Verv utUittion fur the eoinfurt f Kne t teaching Xor is this all They display general country dealers in all parts id to havo a hill passed by Congress l tuft TUUtiliE a most remarkable comprehension of the the United States Mexico ami indeed by the pay of third and fourth Cajsital Stock SlOOOOO--- n wini scriptures When ho Mates a proposition in every civilied portion of the Western postniaKterA shall be eqMial to that of firr lio kicks it up ami onloivcs it with quoCo This Almanac has been ami second class offices in proportion to Hemisphere G SURPLUS Sir41423 tations from the Uiblo that arc exceed issued regularly at the commencement the labor jierformed HI loUIlli ingly well chosen for the purpose id That Jidui Taliaferro ami W 3t of every year lor over one fifth ol a cen As I said out of the pulpit lie is the tury It combines with the soundest Wilkerion are hereby appointed delegate Does a general lankin lUsiiieo and is most ordinary of boys but when ho en- practical advice for the preservation and to attend the National Convention of 9 and 7 VKST PKAIILSTKHIT the only hunk iu the city thnt sells Foreign ters the sacicd desk a transformation restoration of health a large amouit of postmasters to bo held in Washington IMhnugp CINCIXNATF OHIO taken place His face lights up and Prompt attention given to the eijleetion fail ly glows His dull eyes fairly spar- interesting and amusing light reading D U on the loth of December next dth That the papers o tho 10th Con- Â¬ of dehti mid the patrotinue of the people kle with enthusiasm and intelligence and the calendar astronomical circulations chronological items Ac are pro gressional district are requested to pub of the mountain cotiutic w espeeinllv m His awkward andshufllingmaiincr leaves pared with great care and will be found lish these proceedings C TltlMPIr Prsilenl lurnsli all elnsicH with employment at home lieitel the whole of the time r for their pare LFSIIi THOMSON Cavhier him and he is a new craturc When entirely accurate The issue of llostet J TAMAiKinio Chm he prays it is with a simple childlike moments IJiijiui xs new lilit and prolitn V II WnKinsoN Hec tors Almanac for 1H8 will probably be KY- MT SlIlMINd ible leiinsif either x easily iuu from earnestness and deep pat lion that melt the largest edition of a medical work ever to ii per evening ami a proportion 0 cents all hearts He prays us if he were a hing published in any country The proprieCaptain Wallace Oruelle one of the jktcHiim hv devoting till their tune to tin favors from one with whom he was on tors Messers Hosteller it Co Pitts ablest editors of the State has retired - niueh tiusiiieso Jjovs nml yr earn nearly terms of familiar and loving intctcourse burg Ja on receipt of a two cent damp from the Oruypon CJazette He is suc Â¬ That nil who fee thK may t eml is men Ilia Hod is one who is not afar oil but will forward a copy by mail to any one ceeded by Mr T 11 Wilson u Grayson we make their address ami test the bii iiies who is very near and iu whose love he person who cannot procure one iu his county gentlemen who is highly spoken this ollVr To Mteh a are not well AND wo will viiiii one tlollar to iiav for the trou- has tho sitpictnest confidence Hence neighborhood of by those acquainted with him The blu of w ritting Full partieitlirs and outfit he prays to llitn as such His prayers Capital earnestly hopes that Capt Gru ree Ad ilnvs Okoiwm SriNsuN A Co j it uttered in one of our city pulpits elle will speedily find his way to a ronew--a- l What Bill Thinks About It jasij lortlaud Maine won 111 give the hearers new ideas ol of newspaper work and that tho now ii j Hill Nve says that writing newspaper what the fSavior meant when he spoke pulls is like mixing sherry cobblers and editor of tlio Gazette may promptly fulTrc jg f SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIRTS fil the predictions of hid friends who should him in 7v r i rank IIiing strntrgled 2u vmrs hetweeii life of those Jle announcesworshiptext in the mint juleps all through the summer fort Capital his the months for and ileath with ASTIlMV or lHTIIlSIC spirit customcita and quenching trealeil hv eminent phsiiuiis uud receiv- same earnest manner and without any your own thirst with rain water Some headache is tho bauo man licnelil I to show the apoligies I have fllH keej on ing novear- of mywtiN compelled ondining hair at once toor attempt his text idleproceeds times n man is looking for a pull and lives To euro and prevent thisof annoy Â¬ locate illneNS to it I last U inv preach elucidate a Mir line at Kascl Mor dont get it then he says the paper is 11 night gapping for breath McLean Dr dillers ytrktfr of ek Jew- - day and weie heyond description In My suf es from his text and in this present from going down lull ami mat it is in tne ing complaint use iCidney Pillets Thev I aiui eountv fe rings despair most of the preachers of the Little Liver and tiny hands of a monopoly and ho would stop hn a liiiioif tiiif Spec- - I experimented on myself hv compounding elrr and Watches are agreeable to take and gentle in their Will ndl gooilsat roots and inhaling the iiiedieiue thus obtain- lor their texts arc never heard ol alter his paper if lie did not have his bill to action taclcs and Kve irla 2f centi a vial Sold by G H Jn many cases the reading of them Jte ed I fortuiintelv diseoMred this WOXDFlt eitv prices nuil guamutee Mittofaetion W riling a newspaper pull is pay hrst Swango Hazel Green puiriut u specialty and work warranted FlL CFitK NIS ASTHMA AND A any verse iu the Bible would havo suited like taking a photograph of a homely baT F CAU1J Heyjiect fully v TAliltH warranted to relieve the most stuh their sermon as well as the text they an by Kditor W II Polk who so heroically If the photograph doesnt represent horn wise of ASTHMA IN F1VKMIXI TFS nounced hut it is not so with this boy the child resembling a beautiful cherub interposed his person between Col JJald so that the patient can lie down to rest and preacher GlLIAi ir His text furnishes the ground with wings and halos and harps and win ami Col Green in their recent fathl Please rend the follow sleep comfortably WITH work and foundation of his discourses in attempting to prevent u dillicuL docs not all ing condensed extracts from unsolicited tes that the He belongs to that peculiar sect known things it shows business artist is with a ty ray receiving u deservedly tiiaoninl all of recent date So it understand his is AYDELOTT McGORD The doctrine that newspaper pull if the pull dont stand mention from the prefcs ami geneioui Oliver V I Holmes San Jose Lal w rites as Soul Hleepers people I find the Hemedy all and even more than at the death of the body the soul went out like n bold and fearless exponent of Had Mr Iolk been seconded as ho should represented I recuve instantaneous relief into sleep and remained iu that condi 13 M Cnrson A M Warren Kan writes tion until the final resurrection when it truth and morality it shows that the the sorrows and regrets left iu tho wake Was treated by eminent physicians of this would be united with body obtained an puller dont understand human nature of the unfortunate and deplorable tragecountry nml jcrmanv trii d the climate 01 early foothold among the followers of It is more fun to watch a man rclda dy would have been escapetlj and aun dillereht States nothing adonlcd relief like is to nee u man jfiino invited where cioudr promise than Christ and numbered among them manv pufiof himnclforange itpeel The narrow perennial your preparation Xo 018 rcst --Mun St Frankfort Capital slip up on an preenci At one time its truth Jriggs Ohio wiites earnest ndvocates L II Phelps I M miuucii man reaus it over seven nr eigni Sullercd with A tliinu 10 yenr Your medi wils allirmed from the Vatican and oc In sill towns where Peter Coopersahl and then goes around to the difler cine in 1 minutes does more for me than the cupied the attention of more f tlmri one times places in town where tho ptpcr is a newspaper is hulilishcd every man most eminent physician did for me in three of the great councils of theeurly church cut unci steals wiiai copies ne can should advertise in it oven if nothing vcars It has hut few adherents in tins country takenkind hearted man goes home ami more than his card stating his name and 111 Send writes Plimpton Joliet H It doci Catarrh Remedy at once Cannot get along ami I know of no place where a church reads it to his wife and then pays up his the btisiliCKS he is engaged in WITH without it I find it to be he most valuable organization is maintained but iu Jeilcr bill on the paper Tho successful busi Â¬ not only pay the advertiser but lets tho son county in this State although there medicine I have ever tried ness man who advertises and makes peoplo at n distance know that tlio town We have many other hearty testimonial are several who preach the belief money starts immediately to find tho is a community of business men As tho of cure or relief uiid in order that all Miller Of the church in Jellerson county Pascal man and speaks words of feed Is sown so the seed reUomptJuwS ers from Asthma Catarrh Hay Fecr and Jorter is the pastor or preacher JH newspaper pull down your sign wlulo you kindred diseases nmy have an opportunity wonderful performances are attracting grateful acknowledgement and encour- Never expect to do business testing the value of the Remedv we will agement of Hcnd to iinv address TKIAJi PACK AUK the attention of tho people of other Persons who lead n llfo of cxposurv Far better than tho harsh treatment FUKKOFtlIAIUii irvour druggist fails States I recently received a letter from it do not penult him to sell you muiio New Hampshire asking for information of medicines which horribly gripo the ire subject tn rheumntlsmi neiiralgiH find to keeit worthless imitation by hU reptvucntiug It to concerning him and tho doetrinca he patient ami destroy tho coating of tho umbiigo and will find n Valuable remedy he iuxt as good but send directly to lie Dr J II McLeans Chills ii Dr J II MclWa Vo cmiio Oil Lin An far as I have heard he is stomach preaches Gi7 West raiii Street Write vnnr muiio mid addreHU plainly to preaching doctrinal mid Fever euro hv mild vol effective rc ipenl it will bitnish pain suIkIim 1h not much given X1MMKRMAN A Co Prnns Addre5n Bold by Q 1 Hwltngiii tion will euro Bold at f0 cent a bottle liimmatlon Wholosnle DrnggUtu WooKter Wnync Co aermoiiH hut prenche lust such sermons gold JJ Stvnngo MnvA Oreeiu laxel Green i by Oi m would accomplish the work in which nCly Ohio Full size Jlox by msil v00 Ju20y J TSAAU W MAPEL LOUIS STIX rS rr i VI AVtvr 1 I Â¬ MOTIONS Cincinnati tht Â¬ Â¬ W B wm 111 I Co Â¬ - Â¬ WOOL CARDING j Grinding and Sawing - Â¬ Â¬ - - Flour Meal ami juumjuer I Â¬ dlTl7A Physician and Surgeon G dunlap mmm Iijl i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - SADDLERY HARNESS ETC Â¬ Henry iuioefei j - -- 70 LorSVlLLK I i - ti I n- Â¬ - i - Â¬ nn i ista ni r J P 1 Einggold Â¬ Â¬ Boots and Shoes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 ti-tic-I j CATARRH ffiST3 -- i i TSMlI dfc 1 ii i i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - -- 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ Wholesale Hatters Louisville Ky CLARICE Â¬ Â¬ f Â¬ fBiBll LOUISVILLE i 1 1 o n o v sTTSn - r 1 -- V w f T- - a t- - Ha2el Green Herald 8FKNCBR COOPER Publisher I trust t jfJAZEL GREEN I KENTUCKY IRE PLACE room you wont be so ungracious a to repeat the old saying about tiic eon sequences of speaking of a certain nameless person Wo arc surprised to see you here Mrs Willis said with evi- Â¬ of course dent constraint ho asked THE OLD And youre surprised too Helen I sit In my low old fashioned By Whero tho whlto wood ashes lightly fall Or tremulous shadows creep And crickets in tho quivering gloom Their merry trystlngs keep the Jlre placo wido and deep With a battered hearth and crumbling wall 114 absence for i timo might cause her to ehange her mind He looked inquiringly in tho direc- Â¬ I bask in tho tender ruddy glow Of shining opallno rays tion of his hopes He probably saw As in a magical glass I trtvco enough there to speedily convince him Strango shadowy shapes of antique grace And curious stately ways that there had been no change Who gathered about this marblo hearth Mrs Willis faco now assumed an In far off okMimo days expression of severity that was rare A fulr young bride in her white robes leaned with her Against the old mantel tree I must talk very plainly to you And tranced in loves bewildering bliss Her sweet face worm with the tiros kiss sho said Louis I dont know Sow joys that were yet to bo what brings you back nor where you Unheeding in a roseate dream have been nor am I pleased to see yon Her maidens sauey glee here for you must know that your And here a dainty blossom of lovo presence here is annoying to Helen Half smothered in ileocy white Sho told me of the engagement she In tho golden glow which grandly gleamed Unolosed its eyes on a world which seemed had contracted at Boston when she All glittering dazzling light came back and 1 approved of it but I Ah dancing Humes to tho tiny Imbo Gave wclcoino warm and bright must tell you that had nothing of that kind stood in tho way there could Far back where tho shadows darkly ll A sorrowing group appears nover have been any hope for you with Tnoro a tired heart and brain at rest Her father has always treated her With ptilo hands crossed on a lifeless breast you with great kindness because you Rore burdened with woary years wero adopted by the sister lie loved And stricken mourners silently sit In agony and tours but neither he nor I have been blind to your defeots of character nor to your Oh flre placo wide of ancient build A Jolly old sphinx art thou I vices I have tried to treat you well With never a hint or sparkling jest because my husband asked me to but Of friends betrayed or loves confessed I will not pretend that I have in the SecrotH thou knowent I trow Thou guurdcRt well tho honor or shamo least overcome my dislike to you If Of lives forgotten now Helen shares in this feeling I can only Laura C Arnold in l urrent You say that it is perfectly natural went away without giving me a chance TIic to say this to you but now that you have come back on so foolish an errand as that which seems to brjng you I foci A Talo of Buried Treasure Cuban Revolt that I can not say it too quick both for and Adventure Upon the Seas Helots sake and for vour own good It may save you embarrassment and pain XKT 3TOXTXI 3P STITS The subject of this very plain lesson had not been invited to sit down but BY JAMES FRANKLIN FlTTS the omission did not discompose him ICopyrtght iS7 by Thr A V Ktllogy Xfictpaptr any more than the reproof lie talked Coinjuuu comfortably in the old rocker regard Â¬ ing Mrs Willis as though she wen PAKP III CIIAPTKK I Continukd One of thrin hobbled out a pace iml telling some interesting incident with When with the bashfulnoss of a schoolboy which he was not connected sho paused he carelessly asked addressed her Pardon me Miss Helen If you Arent you u little hard on me resumed she but have you heard any please that I I said thing from you father thu Captain thought at iirst that you had gone No Tom Im sorry to say I away on account of your disappoint Â¬ Hut the next day ment with Helen havent sho replied A few stops further brought her to came the news of that disgraceful af- Â¬ tho door whoro her mother wan stand- Â¬ fair over at Truro where two or three ing Thoy exchanged glances no sharpers fleeced young Mix out of a moro wis needed Mrs Willis knew thousand dollars at card Your name that thoro was no news The great was mentioned in the matter I dont cruel ocean held its secrets if secrets know whether any ciime was commit- Â¬ it had about Helens father and an Â¬ ted or not but there was a great deal other of whom Helen wished to hear h t Both wont into the sitting room of the house Like each of tho four rooms which Captain Willis had repaired and redeemed from the general wreck and ruin of tho old home It was not only furnished but finished off with an eye to luxury as well as comfort Tho mother and daughter both Fat lown and for a few moments each was silent What Captain Willis had said to Crawford on the day of his death as to his relations with these two women was strictly truthful It could not have been otherwise it was tho state Â¬ ment of tho rough honest sailors hoart rovealed under tho shadow of death They might have loved him hotter had ho boon ablo to give more timo from his ship and her voyages to dovoto to them As it was they All EN T YOU A LITTLE IIA1II ON looked upon him as their hero their Their thoughts of indignation expressed against you providonco on earth were turned toward him now and the feeling is not over yet If I am Wo shouldnt bo so anxious not much mistaken that affair had mother Helen said after n painful moro to do with your absence than Tho Nellie isnt much over- Â¬ jinvthing else pause Louis smiled complacently due People don t seem to have any That is true Mr Willis replied and she has sometimes boon longer charity for my little failings he said I dont believe Im anv worse than than this between here and Havana but some way the thought dont seem other young men but everybody cries to givo mo any comfort now 1vo out at my little scrapes as loudly never believed much in signs and foro as though thoy were quite of- Â¬ runners hut 1vo had such bad dreams fenses Hut no matter I wanted to lately and always about your father toll you whoro I had been 1 think it TJireo nights in succession I have scon will interest you to hear Neither of tho ladies expressed tho tho ship in my sleep Sho seemed to ho drifting over the sea with only one slightest curiosity on tho subject but snan aboard And who do you think ho went on 1 went down to Nantucket about it was Tho Nellio tho time you mention Father Willis was on her way south ami put No Louis Iluntor Au exclamation from Helen startled in there unexpectedly 1vu forgotten Mrs Willis and when she saw its cause for what Unelo Aaron met me on the IIo was surprised to see me I ho whs startlod herself Tho person wharf uhi had just iiHinetl stood in tho door told him some kind of a story why I left Provineetown and after wo had talked w4y0Hp in lmnd and smiling I a few minutes no asked ine to make ho said tallies Good day IIo knew that I had fciiow I must be welcome for I Just tho trip with him fcvtrd wj tHuuit tmokou by one of you kurued Sjmnltflt enough to bo of help Tho night Is dark as tho hidden wave Of mysterys fabled sea The storm king kissos the dancing snow As ho wildly rushes to and fro And shrieks with blustering glee At tho banging casements round about Yo ancient hostclrlo But my ingle old is all alight With a cheery hcartsomo glow Tho flickering flames coquet and smllo And wink and blink with frolicsome girilo At tho braicn dogs below And croon low songs by oreads taught To forests long ago was her evasive reply The disliko and rcpugnanco expressed in her face sho neither wished nor was able to conceal Helen told me what occurred be-Â¬ tween you and her said tho mother A Since you have come back plain J speaking is best Nobody knew where you had gone when you disappeared so suddenly from Provineetown and I supposed at first that your disappoint- Â¬ ment with Helen had something to do with it so soon Of courso I did not expect to aco you again it had I thought my to him at Havana Well to cut the ptory short I agreed and went You did Mrs Willis cried rising and coming straight to the speaker in Whoro didyoirlcave her excitement the bark At Havana on the second of this month Was my husband well Quite well maam Thank Heaven for that good she fervently exclaimed news should be entitled to I thought some thanks for coming straight here and telling you Hunter observed Pardon me wo are both of us under obligations to you Our minds have been relieved of a heavy burden But what detains him With a perfectly straight faco and easy mauncrdid this man utter the fol- Â¬ lowing explanation which showed him to be as accomplished a liar as he was a scoundrel We found Havana in an uproar over tho Lopez expedition and the Captain could not dispose of his cargo After waiting thoro ten days for the excitement to subside he concluded to go around to Kingston in the island of Jamaica He knew that a letter from an American posted at Havana at that time would bo detained and perhaps never reach you no he decided to send me back to quiet your fears and tell you of his ehange of plan The bark left there for Kingston on tho 2d but I was detained two weeks before I could get away I have traveled just as fast ay 1 could and hero I am Thank you again Louis wo shall not forget how good you have been When may we expect the Nellie now your urging that I was engaged and that tho man I had promised to marry You might was in New Orleans guess I should think that my reasons for the request I have made are con- Â¬ nected with him The hist letter I re- Â¬ ceived from him told me that ho had joined Lopez and was about embark Â¬ ing for the coast of Cuba You had no right to have me tell you this but you have compelled it Now will you tell what you know This man pretended to love this girl perhaps he did love her as well as h Ho was capablo of loving anything wa scheming at that instant as to how he could overcome her aversion to him- Â¬ self yet he sat there cool and unsym- Â¬ pathetic though ho well knew that sho was suffering keenly in her apprehen Â¬ sion and anxiety Perhaps youll tell me his name he suggested It is Henry Crawford Now sir have you mortilied and tormented mo enough I crave your pardon Miss Willis I thought impossible that I might have heard the name mentioned among those of the filibusters Did you hear it mentioned 1 cant say that I did Many names of these fellows wero repeated to me but I cant be sure that this one was It is to be presumed that tho youngest wife on record in America is Mrs Lulu Birch who has just deserteil her hus- Â¬ band at the maturo ago of twelve years Canadian farmers are emigrating to the United States while American financiers are emigrating to Canada The Britishes aro very much worsted in this exchange sas for clemency in the caso of the clerk who was sentenced to seventeen years imprisonment and 20000 line for selling liquor was suc Â¬ cessful ami tho term has been reduced to six mouths I The petition io the Governor of Kan Â¬ drurrists Tun enlightening influence of Amer Â¬ ica is nowhere more apparent than along tho baiks of the Nile where thousands of young Egyptians are treading in the paths of civilization through the laudable efforts of mission Â¬ aries sent from this country J S J Tiifkf is reason for uneasiness on the part of the public whon trunks and boxes and bales can be packed in tho cholera infected districts of Italy and be found at Cleveland and Chicago and Baltimore unopened and their prol able disease germs readv to send out death The power of the sea waves a k is cl i til cult to estimate Recently on the coast of England an iion column twenty three feet long and weighing three tons was hoisted up twenty feet to the top of a rock to which it was chained for safety It was to bo Used in building a light house In about ten days more I should I feel so Capfiifilloncy overjoyed at having my fears dispelled in this welcome way said Mrs Willis that 1 must go out and tell the news Theres old Peter Mullins and the other old seamen out there the 11 all be glad to hear it as well as tho neighbors Helen you wont mind my leaving you with Mr Hunt Â¬ teli me what you know II er a few minutes Sho put on her bonnet and went out among them Yet you may be tolerably Accident had at once given Louis the certain that your engagement to Mr by Crawford has been terminated opporunity he desired causes beyond his control or yours 1AKT III CHAPTBR IL The demons sneer contained in tho IOVK THAT KNItUHKS words was lost upon her it was tho At the mention of the Lopez expedi- Â¬ torture of the suspense she was suffer tion Helens face ha paled She said ing that broke down her restraint and nothing but looked attentively at thu made her appeal to him with a pitiful speaker hoping that he might say cry something more on that subject The Man if you have a spark of feeling anxiety of an affectionate child for a for a suffering woman spnk out Tell kind parent had been relieved but the me what you know greater solicitude for another absent I will I know that the leader suf-Â¬ dear one still lay heavy at her heart fered death bv the garrote I know She was in this respect not different that Colonel Crittenden and iifty two from other maidens n thev have been of the party were shot just outside tho since time began the love that ox walls at Havana And I know that all isted to make the world go round the rest of them that havent suffered for her was not tho love of father or violent deaths in some shape are in mother When Mrs Willis had left Cuban prisons and will stMuul the bal Â¬ the room she continued to look steadi- Â¬ ance of their lives working on forti- Â¬ ly and anxiously at Louis fications there or in Spain each with Have you any thing more to tell a ball and chain to his leg So that 7c sho said abruptly if you have any lurking fondness for You dont seem particularly thank- Â¬ this vagrant who you say goes by the ful for what you have already heard name of Crawford youd do well to he said evasively hope that the Spaniards have finished My mother has spoken for both of him already by far the more mer- Â¬ us you know 1 love my father and ciful fate of Its the two how glad I am to hear of his safety I The strain that had wrought up her thank you for the trouble you have feelings to the point whoro the weak taken to relieve our anxiety faint and the strong in heart suffer al- Â¬ Yoir words make mo quite happy most a life time of agony in a minute He observed her lace closely was gone She know the worst or Helen and the forbidding expression of her rather sn knew all that sho could eye warned him at once that he had know now When could sho know offended by the familiarity of his ad Â¬ more Would it be a week a month dress a year or would sho ever know tho Well pardon mo 1nm Willis if truth She bowed her head upon her you will have me so formal What I hands the great relief of tears was not was about to say was that after the denied her Swiftly her thoughts went rebuff you gave me six weeks ago I back to that last time ho had held her never expected to have your thanks for to his heart that night but a few any thing weeks gone and yet which seemed so You spoke of the Lope expedition far away in the past when he bade her sho Haul trying to conceal the agita- Â¬ good bye at the door of her aunts tion that her words caused her to foel house in Boston Life with this girl There have been some rumors about had thus far been quiet happy une- Â¬ its defeat but have not seen a news- Â¬ ventful without great shocks or calam Â¬ paper for several days and I can not ities its largest event had been the learn what has befallen iL Do you love that Ilenrv Crawford brought her bring any news of it It was to her life hope every thing Well really Miss Willis thats a she could not give it up strange subject to interest a lady Its O my darling sho thought I some days since the press announced the will not believe you dead You must garroting of Lope himself at Havana come back you will coino back I was there that day and well since As she sat there in silence thinking you seem interested I may say that I of him she forgot for the time the very looked on and saw that illustrious pa- Â¬ existence of the man who sat opposite triots neck broken Hut why should her It was out of no kindness to her you of all persons want to hear about that he had refrained from telling her these unpleasant things outright that her lovjsr was dead Ho A sudden faint ucss seied her upon had been governed by the fear that hearing his reply She turned her face such an announcement coming from aside to conceal her emotion but he him would increase Helens disliko of g saw the white hand with an himself and increase the obstacles to on the linger tremble as it success with her The exhibition of lay in her lap her intense affection for Crawford 1 suppose I could tell you more which she tried not to conceal struck he said ttiorus of anger to his heart and it was She turned her face again to him it with dilliculty that he suppressed thu was composed though very pale Her feeling Ho determined to make nu Â¬ voice was lirm mber effort to win her and to make it Tell mo all that you know about then Sho was one of tho objects for it which his terrible crimes hud been Surely for v remarkable n request committed -- the lesser object of thu you should bu willing to tell your two in his eycsyot he courted her reasons with the eagerness with which a thor Â¬ You are neither kind nor consider Â¬ oughly bd man will com i good ate sir When 1 rejected your offer woman nil weeks njo I told you in answer to 10 WE COKTUaJUi Â¬ 1 ongugo-ment-rin- say The Belgium authorities have re- Â¬ cently aimed a blow at tho sacred ness of the confidential relations which exist between a physician and his pa- Â¬ tient They arrested and convicted a Brussels physician recently for declin Â¬ ing to reveal a mothers name in a birth certilieatc I KM 118 In the last thirteen years immigrants have lauded at the ports of the United States The Germans have been in the lead 18J271 of that na- Â¬ tionality arriving l3tillltt from tho British Isles U7D420 from Canada 182 181 from Sweden and Norway UiSM from Austria Hungary 170822 from Italy 7 1211 from Switzerland and 71 411 from France I Theiie are twelve isaids known as Samoa eleven of which aii of volcanic origin They cont lin some COOfO1 acres of rutivatahlc land an era los than that of either Utah or New Mexi- co Almost all the land under eultlva- tion by foicigncrs is owned and culti vated by n Herman company and amounts to from 10000 to loOiO acres The export articles arc ehicily cotton cocoanuts and coffee Westehn towns which have a boom on appreciate the power of the press Tile people of Tucson Ariz but 8000 copies of their local paper every month for the purpose of ending it abroad and in addition pay it 201 a month Tho town of for special write ups Col Lamar recently paid the local 10 lor a write up and the paper fl citizens of Fort Scott Kan hao ju l spent 7H0 in advertising the town A city official ol Ch cag is in favor of teaching swimming ii the public schools lie favors it not for liygenlo purposes hecauso it is presumed lwtli ing is taught at home but because it i useful art In some emergencies it i- - 1 certainly is For a person unexpected Â¬ ly thrown overboard at sea or upset or blown up in mid river or lake there H hardly any accomplishment moid de Â¬ sirable thau swimming In such an emergency it is greatly preferable to a knowledge of music drawing or German j The drought of 1SS7 in the central east west belt of the United States i remarkable It released its clutch on this immense and wealthy territory after months of tenacious steadfast Â¬ ness and after a short respite of rain adequate only very partially to repair tho Injun and then lenewed its grip with the same old povr Tho present visitation is necessarily proving very hurtful to tho fall sown cereals to grass and all late crops and it is causing great losses toiommcrco by stopping river navigation Kimson declares that the phonograph is now to take an important place in Ho the business ami social world claims to have brought it to such perÂ¬ fection ih it it will eventually supersede letters altogether ami especially letters of considerable length Into n small hoaeoircsp ii lent talks a letter of one thousand or moro word The box is so i mall tint it Ih readily heitt by mail and when received it talks the letter off to the receiver a thousand mil oh J away repeating as many Umua may be onllcd upon to ropuat ti it i E J3 5FX HAZEL GHEEN HERALD turn oiii waver Ill get a hatter to shine up my j What did you do whon thero was no lire TEMPERANCE A MOTHERS INFLUENCE Moral Trntttlnir In tht Homo a Klemeat of Temper Nitre Work Hurrah for our old things and for 8PENCEU COOPEIt Iubiwnor the old folks cried Nnd swinging his handkerchief round his head KENTUCKT HAZEL GREEN What shall wo do to ainuso them at the party inquired Grace They COLORED PHILOSOPHY wont want to play games and things liko children You mry notch It oa do rutins The best entertainment wo can give Vou may mark it on do wall Dat tho higher up a toad frog jumps them will be to allow them to entertain harder will no telL I us replied Mr Lyndon Old people And do crow rtat lly do swiftoi love to toll of the old times Am do wx ties in do corn In duo time Mrs Lyndon taking And do lly dat am dc meanest with her Grace and Ned went to in up earliest in dc morn Gits vite tho guests All were surprised by Do brooi dat am do shalloiM the invitation and all were grateful inout upon dc way Chatters And dc folks dat am dc sillies In due time also Thanksgiving day Arc do ones nab mos tor say arrived and witli it the old folks And de rooster dat am youmjeV After the abundant dinner was fin- Â¬ Am de one dot crow do mos ished tho picturesque party assembled And do man who am do coward in Mr Lyndons library Some of the Always malco de bigger boas company wore new gowns plain and And ho am not de greater man uurullled and some old ones as neat Who totes do blgKO muscle Nor am she do tines gal as soap and water and well put patches Who wars do blggcs bustle could make them The men made a Voi kin not jcilgo de Icin ob man show of clean boots and some of nev Â¬ Gathered around the open fireplace old tongues a little cold and slow at firsti thawed out and grew limber and THE OLD FOLKS PARTY lively Atone side of the grate sat the crippled Mrs Jones her crutches Hap- Â¬ standing near her in a corner her Mothers Funny Plan and It3 lame feet on the fonder She talked py Results of her young days in tho old country Mrs Lyndon and her two children when she was well and strong and Ned and Grace were sitting together used to spin and weave all the clothes Opposite her at the other it a front window in tho cold gray twi- Â¬ she wore end of the fender sat Granny Gray light of a November day I dont like November said the the candy seller The women having led tho way the little girl its a lonesome month Im sorry for the poor dead leaves men gained courage and began to take their part telling many entertain Â¬ See how tho wind drives them about lint you forget said her brother ing things about the old time Uncle Jim McCall straightened up that November always ohecrih brings Thanksgiving Day Dont you his bent back as well as he could put remember tho day last year and what his spectacles on the top of his bald head that was fringed round with soft a grand time we had When 1 was young the silvery hair Oh answered Grace es I lived in a small town on Cant we have said he poor childrens parj I remember the the Hudson lliver another exactly liko it mamma Â¬ that came from New said mam- lirst steamboat It would bo pleasant ma to have the children again but York For some time before every perhaps it would be better to ak some body was talking of the -- teamboat pool people who hail no invitations and wondering how it would look On the day fixed for its arrival all the hot year people in our town and from the towns Another set of children do you and farms near crowded to tlie spot asked Grace mean mamma whore the steamboat was to stop As 1 mean a set of old folk No its wheels rolling Â¬ ex it approached An old folks dinner party through the water the cheers that What a funny factory claimed Ned I went up fit an that crowd were enough you have in your head mamma like this plan vou arc ji3t turning to frighten out of their wits the horses on the ground and the birds in out Ami so do I said the little sister the air Do you remember your first ride on What old lolks shall we haw asked Uncle Jim a steamboat I will name first old John Cole the cobbler and his wife who live in Grace I rode Oil yes my wee lady Then theres good Granny Cat Alley landing where it Gray as the children call her who thirty miles to a From that I walked back The stopped ells candy and slate pencils rides when 1 next 1 have thought of is poor Uncle home catching short who goes about bent could Jim McCall He was kinder to me than to his over carrying his cane in one hand He Peggy and his basket of kindling wood in self said his aged sister me a ride to a place where we the other selling it to help support gave with them till I himself and his aged feeble sister had kin and stayed again He is a came back Then theres lame Mrs the boat Foggy There could nan bo a Jones who walks on crutches and gude brother Then she added in a tender the old woman Biddy ONoil Next better bending towards Mrs Lyn- Â¬ 1 will name Grandpa Doanc who lives whipor When our father and mother don all alone and who is so honestly 1 was feeble and sickly proud of a little money that he has had died and leave me nor get mar- Â¬ he would nae laid up in the bank That is the last Ho said hed never have much ried on my lot worldly goods and hed take caro o I have counted them on my lingers if he lived We shall have me till the day o my death us Vou went along the longest said Grace eight Grandpa Doane wont you tell us Have you told papa your plan something about tho old tunes asked asked Ned Yes I always tell my plans to NedThe wonderfullest thing I ever saw him before I tell you And here he though to be sure it wasnt a very comes now time back was tho lirst The father lighted the gas overÂ¬ very longcars that passed by where I train of head and all sut down beneath the We lived on a farm far back in cheerful light and talked of tho old lived country There wasnt but one the folks dinner party Wo heard a house in sight from ours What if some of them will not the now way deal of talk about come because they think their clothes great Id seed men laying of traveling asked Grace m enot good enough near our farm but 1 of iron Cant you give them all some rails the least idea how a train of hadnt asked Ned money papa 1 was workin in a Hold liow can I give to these old peo Â¬ cars looked Not far from it was a long day ple enough to do them any good un- Â¬ one hill and a strip of dark thick Lyn- Â¬ high said Mr less you all help me woods All of a sudden a long row of don coaches hitched together camea-whirl-in- g How can wo help you papa round the foot of the hill and past We have only nsked Nod laughing the woods making a great rushing uow silver bits in our banks sound that wasnt like tho wind nor Papa looked very keenly into the like any other sound Id ever heard be- Â¬ children faces with an arch loving fore 1 leaned on my hoe and gazed You twinkle in his eyes ami said of that train Tho is a till I saw the last know children a penny saved tore away as if they wero dis- Â¬ cattle Yanks Mati -- IJy the manuor ob his wallun An dey or not do smartcs folks Who do do loudes talkln clothes I drew a spark of fire by striking a flint stono with a piece of steel Thou I touched tho spark to souio light stuff called tinder that took tiro in an in atantand mado a tlanio What did you think Mr Cole asked Mr when you first saw gas Lyndon When I enmo from the country to live in tho city and saw my boss in his shop turn up a screw in a littlo iron thing on tho wall and then touch a lighted match to it and a bright blazo spring out I was that astonished I couldnt speak In a few minutes ho Then thinks I Ill sco wont out what that is I blew out the blaze but saw nothing where it was Hut I smelt something that mado me think of sul- Â¬ phur 1 struck a match on my heel and touched it to the place where tho smell came from and out burst that tire again At this there was n great burst of laughter When the music ot mirth had died away tho queer party sang some of their old time songs ami hymns and then Mrs Lyndon in- Â¬ vited her guests into tho parlor Sho sat down at tho piano and Mr Lyn Â¬ don and the children took their places near her and then all joined in sing Â¬ ing the beautiful hymn penny earned Ned was olevon years old and Grace half past eight not too young to learn to make some sacrifice for others will 1 said tho mother brightly I have ex- Â¬ head tho subscription list pected to got a new bonnet 1 vill have my old one made over and papa ean give tho poor the money that would be needed for a new hat The children looked up earnestly at their mother and in an instant caught tracted her spirit You were going to give me a new sled for winter papa but you neednt Ill ioe my old one said Ned with a I steady tone quickly Grace followed new cloak Mamma has promised me a 1iit Ill i without it My old one U die uioiigh Nuv bald Mr Lyndon it my t tilth Utile How did you feel Grandpa Doane the first timo vou were on board a asked Mr- - Lyndon train I felt liko as if I was a whlrling away to sonic other world and wotihl nt ever set foot again on this cobbler Then old John Cole the said Ill tell now tho strangest new thin that ever I saw a coming into the old times You may laugh at mo ay it was so small a thing as when it was so queer to a box of matches i it full mitake olio oi iiioir iiiuu iii2 on almost any thing and and rub it see a Maine burst out How ilid you light your caudles Mr Cole when you were a boy asked Ned used to take a eoal of lire in the toiijj and blow it till 1 blew u blaze 1 1 Whon I can not learn from each lesson that I givo more than any pupil in tho class I will give up teaching said a successful teacher and author of toxt books And the faithful mother in nt least tho lirst half dozen years of hor babys life will loam moro lessons than tho teaches tho child Very likely sho has said to herself In view of sonio of hor husbands peculiar- Â¬ ities Oh that I might have had a part in your early training Perhaps whon sho sees tho samo traits in hor boy sho ropcats tho wish lint as the years go on and sho sees not only her own peculiarities in tho child but also tho defects of hor char Â¬ acter in his training sho may say in Oh that I could be Â¬ self abasement gin life again I might have done more to improve my mind I might have trained my body and mado it stronger I could havo corrected and molded my unbalanced temperament and my children would havo boon tho bettor for these self Improvements Wo aro not lit to have our children un Â¬ less we have prepared ourselves for tho trust When shall we meet again lint if children aro always ours be Â¬ Meet neer to sever fore we realize tho part that our char As they were singing this tears wero seen coming through tlie furrows of acter will play in their destiny wo can some worn faces Then Mr Lyndon only do our best witli tho material that took the Testament and read from it we have Kvory child has both good the sweet chapter in St John which and evil in his nature and which we will draw out depends largely upon tolls of tho many mansions in Heaven ourselves Then ho knelt and prayed that the Wo may not as It is said learn a aged friends might be gently led by language easily after wo aro twenty the loving Lord to those eternal homos and lie thanked God that this Thanks- Â¬ and we may not bo what we might havo giving Day had proved to himself and been morally Hut wo can train our his family how much more blessed it is children the more faithfully because of to give than to receive Jlulh Pool in realizing our own shortcomings An important part in the mothers S S Times work is tin training and educating of healthy bodies In rightly developing TOLD BY THE TASTE tho physical nature of her children she How Tolniicn IxrU Mnko Tltulr Cliolro is doing much to develop their moral of Dliroront liriiiuM a sound mind nature Ill smoke that and then toll you body is A sound saying isThose in a trite how 1 like it Wll Ill not put tho brand on the charge of inebriate asylum regard in Â¬ temperance as a bodily and mental as market on the strength of that test well as a moral disease and thoy think returned one of the largest importers of cigars in the citv to a friend whom the matter of diet of great importance Meat only he had asked to givo his opinion of a Tho regimen laid down is once a day and then beef or mutton in- Â¬ new brand of cigars he thought of preferable boiled or roasted never troducing to the public fried or highly seasoned and never All right Just give me a box ol them and Ill be able to make a better allowed to include pork in any form much fruit vegetables and grains but test of their worth In short nothing that de Â¬ That would be no better than the no pastry mands unnatural labor of the digestive first plan you suggested i organs or that creates unnatural thirst Perhaps then repled tho friend Though the remark that l outh is coiiaidei slightly offended you dont is a com- Â¬ tho time for improvement me a capable judge of tobacco Nothing of the sort You curtain mon one it may be doubted if wo re- Â¬ ly have had enough experience to tell a alize how much more plastic the mind good cigar when you smoke it but is in childhood than later on in life while that test may be sufficient for Karly impressions havo a security of you to judge whether the cigar suits hold upon the mind greater than those That a your individual taste or not it is not received in mature years common orrors in provincial accent or thorough enough for my purposes How should a cigar be judged language are seldom eradicated after one has grown to maturity prove this then if not by smoking it That moral training which has for There are several ways First by its end tho building up of a sound You can tell by look- Â¬ its appearance ing at it whether it is well made or not moral character in our children will Then its color has much to do with its I not only be an element of Temperance value lint tho way to test its llavor work but it must of necessity have If Temperance work its an element is by tasting and smelling it we have right principles ourselves it How can you taste a cigar without smoking it You wouldnt chew it is easy to teach our children right Hut to train principle- of action would you them to act from these principles re- Â¬ To taste a igar you By no means take the largo end in your mouth and quires exhaustless patience and will press your tongue against the ends of power on their part as on our own Then draw your breath Not until it is easier for them to do the leaves through it three or four times That right than it is to do wrong is our way you got the entire llavor I have training successful Moral attainment Â¬ bought tobacco for thirty years and I liko intellectual and artistic is tlie reuse my judgment almost sololy in my sult of doing over and over again tho Â¬ purchases During that time I have things that we ought to do and resistnever smoked a single cigar cigarette ing again and again the temptation to or pipe and I never chewed in all my do the things that wo ought not to do Smoking vitiates the delicate Repeated acts become habits aud life Yes iu habits form character taste of a judge of tobacco disheartened says homo But many things in our doed thero are it is easy enough to writo tho public doesnt know mother business that X Y Mail what is good to do but it seems some- Â¬ and that is one of thorn times as though no other evil lias so and Express m many allied powers as that of Jn The Use of Slang Often the hard lot or tomporauce evil surroundings and companions of Nothing better illus- Â¬ Clergyman ex Â¬ trates the degeneracy of tho ago than inherited tendency and parental ample of poverty ami ill health rises tho extent to which slang is now used up against one And when all those I should remark even a mother People who claim refinement in- Â¬ things arc to bo mot can do little to conquer them terlard their sentences with slang Indeed she can do much Tho in Â¬ words spiration of a real life filled with that You bet Kven tho ladies can not talk with- Â¬ i heroism which conquers circumstances to win success s hotter than any paout slinging in a lot of sower language But a few days ago Yes they got there just as well as per upon ethics wo folded for their last rest tio hands the men of a mother the story of whose deterÂ¬ It makes me tired to think of it mined and successful struggle with ad Â¬ Lincoln Journal Hero too verse circumstances would cheer tho Yes said old Mr Jones tho faintest hearted Sho ws left without doctors aro getting mighty smart now Â¬ father or mother at an early age and when culy eighteen she married a man adays why theyvo got instrument Tho care ami thing made so that they can sco who lccaiiO intemperate re- Â¬ ami much of the support of a family of Humph clean throng you I dont ro any ten childron developed upon her So plied old Mrs Jones in that these children Ive faithfully did she train thing partiouariy smart been married to you for thirty years Unit they all grow to be much above but I saw thiotigh you in two weeks the average citizen in ability mid use Â¬ Mr Jones rubbed fulness The father ended his life in after the bridal his bald head for a moment and nu insane asylum while tho old ago of thought fully ittsuniMl kin reading the mother was blent and cheered by Uitlcn Lonriir her loving children all of whom ur-I - vlvo her though she died at the ftf o eighty five She abhorred afcoliol and it was not until tho last yoars of hor llfo that she could bo induced to tako medicino containing it Sho set an unfaltering example in thoso virtues that sho wished hor children to pos Â¬ sess Tho povorty of tho family onrly taught tho childron to bo producers instead of consumers Tho hard work and plain faro mado thorn strong and gavo them the ability to win their way in the world In connection with this family ono thing bearing upon tho subject of heredity might bo mentioned Though these childron havo too much prin- Â¬ ciple to indulge in tho use of alcoholic liquors tho throo youngest are sub Â¬ ject to sovoro congestive headaches aud a son of ono of them is an in mil to Tho family of an insane asylum think that his brain trouble may bu tho result of an injury to tho head reÂ¬ ceived when ho was a child however Tho thought that is now given to tho subject of hcrodlty while it spurs some to nobler living for their chi- Â¬ ldrens sake may havo tho effect of others discouraging I know a thoughtful minister who with a tact not easily imitated discourages tho somowhat common practice of spoak ing of the advantages of having boor born and reared in Christian families He thinks it disheartening to others less fortunate besides having a ten- Â¬ dency to make peoplo forgot tho power of God by whoso help all can bo re created morally spiritually and in a measure physically By His help tho force of habit that may bo such a foe to mankind is tho brick uion brick by which moral anil spiritual upbuilding shall bo accom Â¬ plished Mn Lane in National B V T V Bullet in A PERTINENT QUESTION Personal liberty is a strong argu Â¬ ment with many as a reason for being opposed to any restraint being placed upon certain lines of business Too many get an idea that if they vote or work to restrain certain lilies of busi Â¬ ness that there is danger of encroach Â¬ ing upon tlie personal liberties of some one Now it is not proposed to writo a Temperance lecture but thero is ono point that too many laboring men overlook and that is whether or not they can atford to allow certain kinds It is well of business among them enough to say they can go in and buy a glaxs of beer or other liquor aud then walk out and attend to their business Tho question asked is can you afford it Leaving out the question of per Â¬ sonal liberty of the right to do as you please and admitting tiiat it is within your power to do as you please olther to purehaso or to lot alone as may suit you best There is no doubt but that much of the money spent by laboring men for liquors is needed worse at home You may have as much right to spend your money as you ploao but at the sumo Does not your ti me canyon afford it wife anil children may bo your father and mother need the money for other And when this is the case Cnn Inliorlujr Men Afford to Hpnutt Tflolr Mnnny Tor Ilrnr uml Otlim Liquor things that are far more necessary are you really not spending money that you This ought to seem can not afford to an important point to every working man and if the laboring men of tho country instead of being prejudiced by such restricting of their liberties or attempting to keep them from doing ns they please would only stop and figure up fairly and candidly how much in justice to themselves and fam- Â¬ ilies they can afford to spend in their way and then have will enough to never spend moro than they could af- Â¬ ford a long stop would be mado in promoting tlioir own welfare What- Â¬ ever a man spends for personal Indul- Â¬ gence of any ono appetite more than ho can afford ho is not being just t himself ami family He is selfish be Â¬ cause in order to satisfy his own nppe tite whether it bo because ho can not control his appetite or whether it is to show himself to bo able to do as ho pleases ho is certainly selfish if ho spends moro than he can afford Ho may have an equal right with a rich man to spend ns much ns ho pleases provided he is selfish enough to de- Â¬ prive his family to that extent yet thin would be no proof whatever that ho could afford to do this Tills is an argument lor your own interest anil that of your family It infringes in no sense upon your rights in any way and abridges your liberty only to tho extent of whether or not all things considered you can afford to spend the amount you are spending every week to gratify an appetite for something you can do without and that is depriving your family of their share of your earnings Industrial Unsette FiKsiikktTayiok of the National Temperance League of Great Britain says that thirty years ago the advo- Â¬ cates of Temperance thero could havo been counted on ones lingers whereas to day tho movement excites Intense interest and I constantly gtiliitu ground i - T3FVWwaf fmniiwwPT ppsrp r iimTfiiiiT t- - WjaMjL t V MMBMMmitMMBiMsMtaijBtnvaj Subscription Hazel Gheen IIeeald 1 Mutiny to Acrompuny a Year 2s spencer Sooner vma tin Nanus To every person who will send us SI in cash mid nine subseriberB wo will send 11114 JJiKAJn oiiu year free i iwwirujiewinwiM iinimii HAZEL GREEN KY Friday December 2 1887 With our uoul ami lion and timber And ii clftiinto tin host for liriiltli Tliero arc tunny slijl who doubt us When we tell of our nitturul wcaltli t innfnwnr snnunii 1 n i m M n v John Jay Dlckoy A wnmnw in imniMMiiiwmw o i 0 o o i o o i o Sfefe rffMi cSZS I Fti En wiwiwiii miuwbmwimi I VlWV M Principal Â¬ t I The eighth hi sod of tins institution w ill opin MoXlAY Ian u l ss Tliu capacious new lunldirig wIkni- nr hi tuctiiril liuaitty and interior complete ness huve heeii so universally udinired will he ready for ucciipiuieu A corps of OMlFTKNT Although hois not milking in active will he ready to give instruetioiiTHAriin in for the position it is generally moil school and iihdici lirtnclirs the nun canvass and in iinder tuod nnionjc his friends that Hon limine ami puiusinir Speuiul attention will he given to the trainIamiw 11 MiMIfAN Representative elect from the city of Lexington will ing of teaeheis Tlio mt record of tho school U its host bo u candidato for Speaker of the House W oii unity of tlii kind lieen wnitiiiy iiii for its future work in the next rftato Legislature Without guaranteeand tuition reasonable Hoard disparagement to tho other two gentle Â¬ For full iiriiculars call upon or address E b ffl33 ffl31 S 5B W r men in the contest we desire to my that the principal at Lid mi K j b rir ni in event of Mr MtiMUAXs election to aa a a U the position ho will nuike the host pre- Â¬ siding ollicer that body ever had He is V are placing licfoiv a lino display of Viuiim1 1 Jar rains which will learned in the law it parliaiiiriituriun Disease with unalloyed pleasure Come and see our glorious crop oi with scarcely n peer experienced in legChick rniMimn in eour A MARVELOUS INVENTION islative lore u tesy and withal a dignified d8ipliiia iron luiwviu tiih nine aji conuueu- riali ife knows the needs of Kentucky X VIciMIlroBrTfiriirjiplilnf Mivanllira tA tliolia ami it prollered the position will consult jiriii nu li lorer rierinriij nni jinKiirllni UtlluU lltfore fur llrallug lbs Blcli the States interests in his rulings That when We have hummed and hustled and our wowntfono wnrfnro nifnlnst phjulelarm or tho he in popular among his own people is mixllml inn riniv li iicmiiv flu lri iliuioof tuo- rillliOftilKl irirttniKf n dielro to ulit tlium In fur- evidenced by the fact that his preMiit they hear tho people sounding our prai e tor the energy wo haw1 diown in securing such a Mi iillii nil nurjr uii iini xor UliniiK ino McK Tim lionuat jilunl mil oi riitilos a IiIkIi lilapti In pulillo term makes the fourth time he has ben no ton entcuni nnl l our Apiill ehosen to the Legislituie and the last uncrinro ntn nuiui i fofnory tlicy iirow Jiut Mrarlninf r Hit uinnil will nil r nn i JV i i ft time he was elected without ellbrl on hi ontluiiiuttirinGillclnc3iavu fulled to Ktvorellur part Holms uti eye single to Kenluekv- BEHUIKE HAGHETIG APPLIANCES CLASSIFIED welfare ami the State Legislature will tml PflflRlinTIJ INSOLES for cold fi otimluimII honor itself by honoring him He has t in uiiiiii n si nnrtui r iiv uirwuivb HaubioT hlioow irn Huul forcircutrws purified the politics of Lexington and MAQHETIG Z if chosen to the peake ismp will lop otl Hrnir n ii i inunMiH urrini Hi na rurrlnulur much log rolling and lobbying in the IK COTrlE AMKLET8 tor Inmo nnd weak Lower House thus naxinto the State liiiriXitli t lJ mil T icoCScuui Svudslio ivl r irtiii limit Mr MriMUAN is th fuoiniinit valuable time Tor norrom iU pLtjEPINC CAP rli upluad friend of Eastern Kentucky mid eerv M nJfliKP IHP In uiTi iiuiirulu m H i ul l aiurrh t ti lrito SJ ty mull HurJ for member of the Legislature living east ul aui ir m Lexington should and doubtless will P trtWllJL QS33 ES OCIATICSKIELDO wHIdobJ tlwly emu fulti- iliiuniHtMni i io IrtuSft support him in the contest No man to ft Hi ill lilp hiiIl fur buil bizuoruatsCuiiii t U lKiit nil tin uliirs liT7Jff 5T 173TdrJ day living in Kentucky could fill the po CAP fr ifnntlmtn tivAWW OFFICEwith n rii ilinulm io JGiXWJ ti ul sltion with siieh suprcuie satisliietion tn ti ri re Uiiim v illlvo rilmf limnwIOrlv g J txnntuiamuiwiywrwrrnvMirK-HPTtrmMViwtmtTr-riiimmtW Ii iiui i iii mrvr immfnMMiiBn miMmMwMii mmuulkmii I ho people of the State at large WWWWalMHHlW1 ll wiiiTTtfywWTrijpMlw is tjr w mid kind no bi lial tiuru Siml Implore every member elect be he from MftftMPYJP KEE CAPforrliomntl m In wlmlcer aecliou be may to hesitat be V 21 Hi nlwl lllil mil tffi t Ttifiirnl ut i fore voting against hi nt To elect him almiiMi lily i KJ licit Ijy mull Uciid alio of f WBm tfmtr it fiui in in uia i w Q to tho placo and elect him unanimously ti milPROTECTORO m PiitflVTif would be the proper thing and we hoot 1i lii in Iln i LUM lu p irnhb Willi vtuU JUnmit-Hmvrin hlnr iiiul Loiij M KiiLlih Steel ul ii v nt nnil rur colli i the hoiioiable geiitleim ti composing the a in null- i iiiih inn thro it fiUi nnil in Legislature will do so JymksII Mil A lu ih iiiio Jj bLiul for circulars with jU1 iiuiiliiN moan is a firm friend but at thesimc fi MittWiitvilV THROAT nml toiiMilltH cuioi uenBHBifOHIELOn mum tlTiKivt Ak t timo ii formidable foe ami hi M lit nil ml it i i ul llr- mi nlii ah i ilni mb 1 nrinnl rings ami 9 oir 1iihi v stP mriKtlipn tlio vm il c 1riLnnnil uutti by opposition will come from lion iil rit ciiculnr l i Ii ii ii mm- - l u ri Ul IK li two elnsses whieh have tricksters nriut rhnim Hut this of itself ZlVfOFTFJl 1 ECCIN3 for fovnr ron h mil reason to hate him Flies j 6uiriiere Swages Emsry Wtebis Lsoiiisr and Gum floltiiig a iii iii mi tdiould cause all honest men to stand the j Tn iMii ii in- - r intn it ii bklii nl lin nciiin iiJ mil A vi l mr ii miiruH n ir niilli li mi In tlii uliii nu iiiinl nt tin- Ii i It flit Oil in i iii tiiit tol ir mrlts in n rrVmiiiilni Hi h tlii v nro tout ITICO Armor for him and fur the sake of dear a tli hi lli II iini l ihu of h g uraiiiiil call Mill JJI lij in lntiKis I i i iieli llnml Mli in stork nl our iim ii Iiiijiim tittioii nil tiuie old Kentm ky we hope thin honest ele ft hi li lur In ul ir Inn nt ment may be in the majority We knew K lUHIiiifmt A rlPTOMMITT0 proimit-rnimtl y iHnIliviTtniiilitii gull Ill iimiiiivih Mr Mr MHi AX in boyliood have known 5 iiutl ii Iii iliii lJ Itii Ii l illi ill- t li foiinM ti mi Work lnlh wiirriiiniil ami nt Uk lnitoin Im cnl i titladliiB nml lniiiirlK null r Ittut over since know him now and the 5 li ul f tiling ti ii v luilu tl iiv lomoiiHof kiiiIi ninry CSraOSWrflATHi O intl tiKtiiiiHtHivier cmd picture we make of him- - though net J it im- - ini1 intp im nioii trico Si tlicli NllIllllil tliim I yi ulii i by mal puBt inl fi i i iiiniri m ih iolUII lltll to k or jinintcd by n line Italian hand is as life- Â¬ m pnu K v ir ri Kr v ill Im n ii ii in l Diiy Hii Wl YAH urili rs Miit I J T KIDNEV CHLTS for Rcntliv ri ll like fin the Hi nit itself lie is every inch E ill liaf iiir Inittiiitioii hi I i rnl in n Mill tin nfvi itf ft n r i rwr rrw7inrxriMw v wiij iIhciihoi Mltlinul miilu lno fiiiii In tlio flj rrwwinTJMttivrfriiTBiftafwit ti man and tht nuiu who dor him honor back In urt r Imilm hitmhih ilrl lilty limit hk i b honors himself in doitr m j fi in i iliiHiitv rhiiiiiiitlriiiiinriilVKlM iHiirrtlKin ni Js TfT Xfl VT1M V IW u ivii i in iim i r Hi mom Ti lur Ul list i in h li i iMSHH I r i liml iiIkh ni imp Z U in v In irt UmJvmxP B IBs a 5 s TRi i a -n rv i u y hI i iiiuii1 tiuii li nlu iii rtiiiiiru r ai h j nt a J o ii i uti run A tlix 8 n x i k Ve give tho following lett r a plac i nnlliilioii frin Ii loo of lli lt Mltli ilnKtiitti in 2 k n mil iutriri ml in ihis is ue of our paper became we ii noli- sihenit for iiHiisiiro of waist andBtzuot ahoo otn rlrculnm bftJanBB J Jfc wL4 Am i MiMU think it of cspaeiul interest to many ol fc nitr reader csjccinlly thoe who sold M rnruii i in niiiriilKln norvoui txruuitlnnly ptiiriu ir Mith illraisof liver thoir mineral rights We are glad to J arlinnrioM fi nt liimo bnclctlnfullliiir klilniMi womb lifl of tlio lii uiihirn rliroiilclnllniiiiniilliiiof tlio wniiili uti noto the fact that Mr HonirY is will W ablniiiliiiil bolt SJ nml aiiclror Miih ing to give an interest in the mineral U J ii o no utitrluni In the jeluf iictti KootPittrr nml euro of nil ci i ruiiiiniiiiis liny curry li ihiuitiIII inn I lands he controls to any rnilrou that j tittle imxo to tlio urnt of tho itmont 1rlit- of Holt vrrii iiaKiiiii root iuiiiurii3 ciu i Dfni III CXiirriM will penetrate this section and do not i ii ii Umifiual imUifiMiifiils in ovrry depart nvop of tiriio in onltrliife ocuit tucasuro In now see any obstacle in the way of the ulst anil alio of slioo We commend fQvernl projected road nutit in my immrnse tstaVirisliiiiiiit tiho letter to Mr IIlXTIXotox of the K FlA6iETG the mar- After spending overal rlivuniiktlBiii Rout lumlmko luii alrM 1C W t 8 A Mr Spapiiuxu of the t fc lllfllll Id lmf iltai iiicr foiiijuninit I keti fur nicrcliandiH at prices that I which liAtilt tliu bV111 of our best DuMflnriK lrlri W ami to the managers of the K 20 rnrli with IimoIo hi nil mencuro of chest or touch everv pocket and catch every eye uiiai iim iTiiiut 1unonn living nt n fiitnrif vi G i F for their consideration It chii not coimult im In pornon Khonld lvo it clear I am prepared to slum you goods and nuiisiiiini oi inoir iiiniciiltlcn by letter umi m liny one or all of them seriously eontem will dvilKnntc tho klml of jPillaiire reiiulrul In plutc the construction of a roml tlirough wn ciio to tlfcct n cure Kena oiir aUilrciii for prices that are without precedent in this CLOTHING FINE SUITS Treatment wit lKYOOJS this rich mineral ivgion now is the time out Jlejllclnc PJtuinieaiini of testimonials Mlthtlioiiaaiiaii city My reputation as tho leader of OVERCOATS to be up and doing St tike while Mr IAPIKS 1LKNISIIING COOUS ovit tho umiiTClothr inuc low prices shall he unrivalled this coming Jt worn the nmti trah anlo ami uiiur next to tho coLOHKH nui ENGLISH MELTONS uoitj Itku JfottsiXY is in thu humor humbiiH iivuter in aavvitlmsl ho xttnrlvily mid tthfiiiM bo tnlcrn tiff winter as coiy department is tilled with ducements than oireied by him can not atnlKht Thoy hold their jKiworforovcrundaro DIAGONALS WORSTEDS ILAIX TbAID and worn at all m ftous of thu your be expected from a section so thoroughly new goods and at prices that will sell and CORKSCREW SUITS ftTrtrtllr tllfvk thMrY vnti nmrL TlaflAn vntlPEDTlilCOATS nil colors impoveiished as this in ew ivthing ne General Moro Dvnlvr or through tlio j ubllfhcr of thU them SHOES Hand Made BOOTH I1XJANTLINE 0 natural welth and it is to be hopeil the TUE MAGNETIC APPLIANCE CO Of all descriptions y gonticnieu mentioned will at once confci AND MINES 1U4 Itcurborn Ht Chloairo IJi with the author of the following letter HI CHILDRENS MENfcv BOYS NKW MAlSKKTriaiul CLOAKS toal iron tiuler evcrytiiing is here rm itMAir ufKwiiii CASHMERES iLUVKS HOSUCUY it you must build im railroadu gentle IIATB AND CATS ELANNHIiill prices nml all Vien before you can enjoy the reward OK ALL KINDS these riches will bring qiialiticn llOHMKY AlTOKXKY AT IAW Wsl a turt iiiiinl U liil TKUNKS AND VALISES SflAWLS TtMUKIl AMI MlNKUAI LVXHS COMPANIONS SH1UTS nLANICKTtf Wmrusiiiitd Ky Nov iss I am starting this seapon with over SiiNCtti Coorrit ICTt ETC tt Sir 1leuse accept J BUSKYS KIV 1000 dozen of all the staple mid stand Â¬ Dear uiitny thanks for NF5 ard makes of Merino Cashmere Camels voiir kind notice in your paper of Novem ber Hli It Is our intention to finish m iiu Hair ele ami will retail single garments fir nil thoiiiiueril rights wohive contracted ft U 3 iffc I for ladies men and children for lest ler and If tho people will only he patient Uiey will all he happy and wclfplciiMd with than other and smaller dealers in this 10 Suminvr St our actions It is our intention to give mi No Ml Mum Sirott town havo to pay jobbers for rfame qual- tpfc Viterost in our pitrelumes to any railroad o7tf that will assist us in developing our mineral Louisville K y hies sud if we lire not mistaken wo will imc one through this sect inn in a few year by 1 P Your ttdvku to tho eiiUens is good Im this heotion will soon he the most propcriois 13 lack burn Yours trelv 4tulion of the South nily WM llonsiKY I S IIcn ie send paper for enclosed Â¬ lito tpirt -- 3 f Â¬ M fitat Mick rvi-iily 1111 111 ym fUB 1 jt s Y i toaTICXLE YOUH HEARTS Bargains in Fail Goods COMPETITORS WILL HOWL 1 i 2 I ij Jia Wffff Beautiful Bedazzling Bewitching stock of CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES EATS OAFS and FURNISHING GOODS YOU WANT FIRST CHOICE EARLY t- - - n a Wi 1 m inI1 O 1 1 I i WE vk 1 iAl U WY 1 I V I - a fee Salldffe fc flogan Saw to - i - - gn-ate-- 1 i - I I i I i I I i i I mmwmiMW wmmF illH ssuffiKr j mmi I xsmm Lfiaiw -- v Â¬ I i LkRCE Vine I lili CIRCULAR 1 li-- SAWS I I i 868 Water Streets W I tr SPECIALTY - Jllc i I I i 1I- - ij II - w - 3N HH uti vv f m v mmim 1 I mm - uiiniijj uiiiiimu AT S M BRAUNS FAMOUS - m j vnuu- mmm tt WI WVti i Ti0f itn - r ti Ul hi NEVvr I MOUNT STEALING KY STOBE j I I i5e80 J5osa T I New Goods Low Prices S001S New Goods Low Prices I I j -- lIIIW MM mwm me UNDERWEAR 1 1 Â¬ o ots- o BW I 1 lostonMiss aUopivsiMiUl New Goods jugw irrioub -- I New Goods Low Prices 1 1 Occasionally we hear of a man in the interior of the State or in some other oection who thinkVwe are extra vngiint in our description of the icsourcos of this region To all such wo say toiue and We have nothing wi ace for yourself nroiishamodof but much of which wo arc We will take pleasure in showing proud yoiMirouml After looking you will say wo huve not told of the tenth part of what wo have Ilcciiisu we have so much ami so little has been said of it until recently is what can sen the doubt but wo reiterate oomo ami see and you will gaawny quite an enthusiastic tu we rc LIVES Y SALE FEED STABLE HAZSL CREEW IT It AVIN llili prov MiA JJIHIll I I mi m ii nil V n mm w HIH M Hi Sit li i ConiTi II s M KY i I Ill lAHI lliirssms If FRESH JViU M I V ij haw irtftVS in sgv - mK i sr i yuH 4mt t rWjiv tho HOtlnlay ADVERTISERS MU yotie tin a or f tlui IUI4N0I OtUiH 0l ir v vend i f IVctimlwr mid mImhk its first luuiiiexi iiJiiiwifticAhtninCiKcovMiMinJiioit her iiilmmil nml IkriHlHt litmU Iniie WollV wft W to elect r Unlttd StU Senator 4 tni lUndtirh 5 j ii iiMoliilin TUnMiC Jtwrlpilvu emiiillttk 0r Mile Wrltn llir WUU k UWK will likely bo returned I HUlJUldi IIi uud tcruu 1 Tho Knnlucky Legblnturo will con f - kr iluy week or iikmiiU ami liiUf pleiisiire in xiv itii nil utiifK it it- h I to me t hnt iitl utt ui Imi f4r II ir ii iniiiKht ttml mild mt imhihiiU mII nioii nt I w ill ur e lnuvi to hurniMi who ilelt iiiv TVlt All eliHrjjti re uniiUK tiiitl diUiiiitioii uiirtiiinlcril J II IMIKATT vtIll IVimI I ivsiii lnllv 1 Ill liil I 1 FlislSS nnnnrn nrniinnni nxsi n iisirn lCnUUl Iinrilis innsis nun ir urn w i Ci 0 rk I TM HLLL1 BtEJ I i H -- CLEAN I tlBB K Ob N I it In sos liy tlif sliitfli iniiilic iiiitiiiiiiir IVimI GEN ERA f - ti r033OktS Qj hazel ikkkn ky f tfr uMienil nni now iviviving Xiw mxkIs nml niy stucii now roinnlrlt cimsistin of Dry Jmuls X Morilmmliso M i sJl i If i HUH Miltin umiis umi mtui s uims uuu UOIISf liMUH Hinr tMuonNri HHidwiiv iinriMics Drus Saddlcn mul n urwi tf nrtidoft too iiuincfous nutl too tiMlioiis to moiiliou 0tltlWOVUS tfWVi fc t Jlv a miiM ah it I propose to sell tiiem uneapor ior ypot uasn than o v or before known in this market mo winii on with nun you can aave joig juoiioy pu Iiulo urotits C B SW AfcCQ i i u w - I KW MTiyv Itoiii a private letter recently rcctved from u business firm in Mt Sterling wo make the following extract MipiiruMiiug the name lout they may think us nfuising their luivuov Tiic writer is anxious to luive Ntni-lim1 i mn c vl a A itr m t- - w Timber Mineral Lands lnu nilil yN Trtnsiont iiilvertisrnu iit 75 cent an about tiie railroad and feels sanguine that inili ln t insertion 20 cents tin inch Jor we will hy this time next vear have the in Kentucky at LOWEST WILD LAND PKICKS much talked of and wished lor extension ust be tleccssiblc to llallniatl or tiiih Hulri itUnl insertion ltuijl he iuiiossihle to do anything hi gootl touting streams VI NIJlNO AlViitTSKMiXT 00 I melies j iifli oar vciir31i00 Mra ioii as fccvcral iinientlnieiils will lum to iTTITLK MINT HE IEIIEECT oo year ilu hts your 7iiU be made to the coal mad charter and the jiiK counties through which it passes will iivo full particulars 1 your t l year ruu iinelics JOOO lirsllltol C WASlIINtJTON peeial -mtesoiiltirgeriiilvcrtiseuiciit i nskcil lor Sll iiserititiiins In nriiiioriiiin r i L ck Ujx l Chailcktown W Ya - noiK 8 oe u line with i per cent ofll i Mul lo riveu inn need not ex- - il23m i rutin wminui sonic cost inr linn tor long me ViJlurriagj i ind ilenth notice free tri- - hai rceeiVctl a great many benefits liotn the the business men of cents i moiiutaui cuiiutiei lutes ol rusjiect ami olntuiines that section have treated us well and we i line Aiiwhiut Vnntiniieenieiils of candidate for not propiiM to go back on them State or Jjtriet milices 11 t ounty oliees we cjiii do to advance the intctsts of Ijistt rn Kentucky will be done cheerfully n m it eiilN on perioith to become candidate cent a line Ptuahle tcr at what cost of chink or chin miisie mid their answeii We have an abiding faith in a goml ilnv -- oii iuvitiiablv in advanee Look f Till - ILK FS No name will In entered upon the to come for this section of the State when 113 the windy We t anil sandy South will alike lbs Su u3Siilscriptioii Hook until pnitl for nnd all suh eriptions are stopped at expira- be forgotten in the mad rush for old KenV tion of time paid for notice of whit h will tucky -15 lbs Yellow on the he indicated by a Do you wMi to buy carpets furniture argiu in front of your name A prompt wiill UK lbs paper draperies or art goods if so Monarch renewal only will insure its eonlinuanee we cnit comnUiid the firm of V Hrowcr 100 lbs sikncku coorru it Co Lexington Ky who are able to and do sell cheaper than nuv honc in Ken 1 1 7 tucky Aye cheaper than the same class of -X Qu GARRISON HE SELLS GKEAP goods can be had at whole ale in Cincinnati The reason is plain C V Hrowcr t Co aic i it - -5 supplied from New York wholesale bouses llYRDWAKE QITKHNSWAHK where the Cincinnati men buy Hrowcr A lb f w 1 doz Co therefore save you the profits which the 1 doz 3 lb -Cincinnati men would have to make Our Tomatoes CTTLHKY TINWAKK better seventeen twentieths has a carpet 5 Gallons Coal Oil -75c from this hou e which cannot he duplicated ii somc pound ky in Cincinnati at the price she paid for it Cood Rice mt iuiiiy and our ruulers wishing to purchase anything of the kind arc invited to call and sue Other Groceries in Proportion it In the meantime rend the big advertisement and if you want anything in the lines mentioned go toHrowcr fcHo for it MY STOCK OF Crosi on your Look out for the lied Everybody oiht to be happy and give your time ih tip and jianer It denote tlnit utiles rone wed at once the paper will stop Christmas presents wliilegoodsiie o cheap Etl S itiggs of Lexiigton will send any coming lady an elegant pair of ear rings for 111 AXK Louis iV ins Striu of the place will County court at Campion on next Mun- - sell a gents shirt for thirtystum cents or n nine dn v suit of clolhes very cheap Itingobl of Jit Aiuly ljcy is still sulleriug from Iii- out Sterling ollcrt bargains-- in clothing hoots shoes jiv and S M Hrtun of the same ana but able to be tyamnd COMPLETE townt has a thoti and and one things to sell at price which dclv competition It will I can sell you as nice a suit as you can The Menefee circuit court it in session pavany person to consult our aderiiitig get in Mt Mci ling at much less cost to von this week with Judge Cooper presiding i ofuniiis tiefore they spend their money and keep on hand OOODS NOIIoNS if they will deal only with those who adver- IIOOIS SHOES 11YHATS CAPS vc In Itiggs tise at home or abroad they will save mon Sec the new advertisement of fact everything that is kept in a country Lexington Ky and m ihI him an order ey tin every purchase store Cull and see me and 1 J Sutton hah retired frote the Three The Day House at this again I ilill i now le changed hands Horatio 1place has has VAUZii YOUK lYrk llnterpriw ami tittle who proprietor been running the ioiim- fur a few months For which will pay the highest market Lou I Ki auiu assume jut t retires and MtAlius March of Leinjtoii who hit been control which will be good news to the We R for tt week or so traveling publi iiitiiig nt our Iiuum Jolly John Iieratt will left of home thi- - timrning care nr lhelrnrse o all who mop at the Day House ami it is uiincccssarv to stale limber Lands that he wifl give satisfaction See ihe udvcrtiienieiii With it good tintl if ou have any to ell write table under Ihe siipcrviioti of Mrs Dav SHERIFFS SALE FOR TAXES Wuuled Here in u chance to get and u good tUible under the supervision of to the advertiser Hy virtue of Taxes due the Common wealth miiiic money lollv loiio ivciy iioiiy that comes lhis way of Kentucky and Wolfe county for the yenrs ought to he supremely happy lssT t orine id mvdeitutii b HevJ T Iieratt will pnneh nt the Ward will m MOXHAY lKCEMItEKrth jss Mchnol liotiicou the Long Hraneli in o ram We are frequently asked what has become between the hours of Hoelock Mllllill P eouttiv next Sat unlay night and Sunday of the lliiehanan since the Court of M nt the court house door in Cuiuptnu lnornfug at oclock Appeals nllirmetl the judremeul of Ihe Cir- Wolfe county Ky expose tt puldic inle cuit Court Our uulerstaiidiug of be ense to the highest bidder for cash in bund the Covornor Dtiekner Imi le iguateil ltiilnj is that the attorneys for the defense entered following property or o much thereof as luminry JT t It for the execution f Williniu i motion tor a rehearing They had thirty may he nceesnry to sni the amount of iuttcritou for the murdir of Mis Jciiitie days in which lo file their grounds Ihi the lacs tine aloresiiid 111111 ctsl to wit haviug been done the case now awaits the ISowmnn in LouiviLc ACKICS OF LAND listed in the action of he out of A ppcaN sijfJiuuo of John Hollon ailjoiuliig the Congros conveiiei next Monday nnd M bind of Cockerhaui in DisTaulbeejt coiihlituenli liiui e J ion VV siioK trict N t To he sold to satisfy taxes for jiect him to consult their waul and ipph t Ml them mi far a- be i able Lacy CmrK Nov Ilev W L Lacy ATFS OK LAND lmUd in the County Evangelist lor Wolfe county bV name of Arkiloiis Hollon adjoining Ilev V L Lacy of the t hrisfini Church just closed a protracted meeting of more M Cockerhaui in Dis the land of hool will begin a nieetingat Laittel than ordinary inlet est at this place beginNo i To he sold to satisfy taxes for at 11 oclock ning November 2 nd and continued to the trict i iu this county today Friday ls C ItStli mill continue several day Hrothcr Luev is a man of active brain ACIJKS OF LAND listed in tin and a zealous and industrious worker His name of David H Spi nei r adjoining juid bis tongue ready Mr Craven and wife are keeping bouse mind is full of ideas the Mud ot II I spencer m District oftiee anil with woiiN Disappearance in the pulpit in the rooms over Tint II ir o To b sold to satisfy taes for lssi His inIndie- - of our town hould call upon itilwavs smiling and benevolent the ACKKS OF LAND listed in the He is Mrs Craviiiin and welcome her to our town tellectual abilities are unsurpassed Ovnatne of Ireeti Spencer atljtdiiiug u young man not much past thirty live years II spencer in District the land ot The examining trial of Tltotiint M ircen lie onlv commenced preaching a few- years No To be sold to satisfy laves for iss ago but if being talked of as a preacher for tho killing of Lewis Maldwin in Lexing AUHKS OF LAN1J liMed in the Ion waj called lat Monday and postponed makes a man famous he is in a fair way to nnine of Joe Spencer adjoining the go to the top of the ladder the title in this until Wodnedny owing to the absence of latnl ol Little in District No community is at the full He is in private certain witncc i for tb Conimoiiwealtli To be sold to satisfy taxes for ISMi a modest man He is a cultured ACKICS OF LAND listed in the Our agents who have ltiede collection for gentleman trained in the christian lulbaud niiue of M 11 Tow sen adjoining the ns and all other indebted to its will eon all his sermons arc earnest mid powerful In ml of Alt Creech in District No tin for a favor by remitting to iu at once We Hut to use his own language to the Kioiii the -- th chapter and lid verse To be sold to satisfy taxes for lSij go Y ish to till further improve Tin lluuAiii of Matthew he showed the two great ques lint can not do m unless tboe who owe A CUES OF DAND liletl in tions in the text and closed with a solemn whack up name of Noah Long adjoining pictuic of the filial judgement with its ever ihe laud of D II Spencer in Dislasting issues From the iih chapter ami Jonathan IVllu k who formerly lived in To be sold to xmisfy tuxes for trict Xo Morgan county but who ban been living in th iiinl Mh verses of inlhitinns tin uie sow lsS7 several year- jiaot arrived at llii ing tuid reaping -- here the speaker spoke o Kunaas fiir A ltIis OF LAND listed in place Tuesday evening last with hi- - family the great mercies and blessings of our linl name of David Morse adjoinhaving been on the road jut nevcn week and of the prayers of a grateful people that V ing the land of Noah Long in Dis They will come back to the old Kentucky would go up to Heaven on this liansgiviug day He also shovred the final rt aping of triel No home sowing to the Icsh from a cot nipt body UKES OF LAND listed in the Tin IlKHALIi and the Wetkly Cincin- would produce a corrupt soul which would name of Ii M spencer adjoining ilie for onh 5 U0 It be banished into eternal darkness never to nati Enquirer oie jear land of ieorge Brewer in Dist No A trikci u that lbi i the best combination be penetrated hv a single ray of light from From the 7th chapter ACHES OF LAND lintcd in yet made anil if it bit von the mine way the Ebjsiuu Fields veuil us J0H in cash and you will get both 2 lth 2th 2oth and 27th verses of Saint the iiiime of I ijpuncurM heirs tf Matthew the evangelist was aided by iev papers for twelve mouth anjoiiiing tiic lami ot itiward 11 I Fallen The argument of the two liowiuuii in District No To bo bohl to Win Tiuilbce of this county was taken produced a sensation over he entire audi- satisfy taxes for befoie Coniniissioner Wood at Mt M rling ence A0luS fANI listed in 11 oclock Hrothcr on 1 lat Saturday by Deputy Marshal iaypay ofOn Sunday at church occupied the Iklur jL the name of lc Spencer adjoinpulpit the Methodist the charge oi retailing whixky without ing the laud of ieorge llrower In to the ing the the special tax lie waived cvnui and attended night ordinance of baptism ho evangelist closed out Ditrirt No I To he sold to satisfy taxes On Sunday inntiou nnd in default of bail wa eut to the meeting by preaching from the loih for thu Covington jail chapter of the Acts of the Apostles In his TAf AOUIv s OF TAXI lintud in the new eloquent way he has convinced the people of E M Spencer adjoining the Attention is invited to the oard of the laiitl oftieoigc llrewerin liKtrictNo of tliis community of hi great knowledge of law firm of Hiker ite Hack Jackson Ky loils word bus To bt sold to MitUfy taxes for lor sis7 which appear with this issue of IltK Mint the wonderful power AIIi and we bespeak tor them i liberal pa leaving Ihe pcoplcwith hearts full of gratiV rA A Urf I tude A Hiker understanding his luul tronage JLvJV fiho name of John Spencer adHe now goes to Laurel Creek school house iicsn lbick ed by sueli a uuivcrMil favorite of to begin iiinectingon Friday December 2nd iu Dislrjetjoining the bintl ohl lnurtiua Ilooth as Cril should iiiake u sueeiss No To be to satisfy taxen SrtiiiK for I fc Two tHilorn Llberlilue Stindk set up everything that can be exe jTil Anv ACUIS OF LAND listed in tlie near our town a short time since nnd gave cuted with and tvpe first class presses and new iimme of laeksou Pence ail joining it out thai they would do a booming buMiicm paper in the hands of skilled median of They did not suecied in bealinif aiy one line may be had at this oOlce at less than N- 1 the landmild Hiram Itrynnt iu District To be ins ti satisfy taxes for 1HWI Mutt we have heard of except Imle Harry will pay anv man in Eastern rACHF S OF LAND listed in tin wungo wiiii whom tbcv hoard d Tiny city prices to It his pruning at Tillgel Hlli name of vwn Napier udjoinlng the left one day to soibit work nnd haw not Kentucky end for estimates and state Allinlnce laud i f Jiiint j Banks in Iitilet No vet returned cMietly what von want 1 To be old lo oiitiiifv Uixv for lrt mm m uu inm If j oil expect to make Ninas or wedding AOKFS OK LAND lihtel in live at home and make more presents ami UoMre anv thing in the jewelry the mi we of Morgan Tyrrc ndjoln money nt worK lor us than iu or silverware line we think we can make it tug the land ot Win McOuirc In I interesting to buy now We have plain V Vanvtliliig else ill the world Capital DlMi fct No V To he miM to satUfy taxes tiihstKiilliil gotnN funcy arllelc nnd novel lint iiecileil- you urntartci iree Moth IW7 Any one can do the work es nil ngtw ut x hikI will sell for ii vorv suiull prnllt ACHES OF LAND listed in tho Ciully Sold lirge crtrnlngs imre from llrot Nlurt u ism dupllenle them be one Xiuiis iiuiiiu of John Unhurt udjoinlng bo itulnliiMi mill illniiiouilit nt iirloii mi HOC lilt neucr not uniij ollllll ami leruik lieu limit nf Iflrimi Itreatil If IlLlk lni Vi Oils WSitliler thu inuinifiHliir Cots you nothing to uinl iid yournilirek H To be kohl to utify taxen Ibr iliiiilleati IV8il4 Write for nnd ilml u it you are wie yon will do t Jeweler LmIiivKhi Ky Advertising Rntoo llHK Jiiii lirucr jircnluttoii in the mountains o l ttrn Ki iuinKy than anv jnqnT in the iiijci ureen eoniieetiM w it It Mt WANTED For an Kujrllsh Syndicate1 iiiercluiiits and uttcr uNhing o tlie cxtcuhion of thu K Stttti S A ami in in large irneis oi s mi ill 1nilc of Astern Kiiituckv will every M nse a friend to the people of Hazel it HIV HUT AOVKUTlMMi i t I KB a 3jBRALD il MllltlM CTTC Timber Virgin -- - WANTED Lands A FEW SPECIALS NOW CHEATING EXCITEMENT AT ft U rf - illst entile ill IlVmi 7 West JWain 37 U Street RICCS LEXINGTON KY - w iiu-iii- - lifj 1 1 1 i 1 1 I i- 1 - in-i-- J- RlAP Extra KIMlrvl rnr 10 Unlnundricil Shirts reinforced front muL baek and well made beats many brasr 50e ones Ladies White Knit Underwear at 2o yO 1 50c and bcttqr tl 20 2or35 up to 1G0 lions l Ladies Corsets at 25 50 75e to 150 T keep ualls Ileal fh Dr Warrens Thompsons Glove Fitting and all pojmlar makes of Corsets Mens Gloves Socks Suspenders Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs Neckwear Dress Shirts Work Shirt- - Knit Jackets Mufflers e for IcMia PINS 1 con ta Paper CARPET TACKS I papers for -- Â¬ Â¬ Mlhs cro--iiur- X Siinr Flour 4 100 100 BIG BARGAINS IN LITTLE THINGS C Sugar Anchor Flour Salt barrel Oysters 22f 250 cents WOOL YARN J Skeiim for 2o cents 13JT ZEPHYR and 7c per ounce IJUriONS 2 groi288 for 5 cents LEAD PENCILS S cents per dozen SLATE PENCILS 2r for 6 cents IiOHDKUKD JblANDKUItaillKlS to Co 1 STOVES Two rooms and basement 111 led with goods which In are boughtlnre and are sold close right 170 Holiday Goods Hooks Toys Se now ready on 2nd floor 165 100 150 Tiirri sniiii V per Â¬ 7c o T WrM jfmB mm SHS m m DAY ZM HEM AXI THERE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY Â¬ MENS SUITS Wh olesaie asid Retail Lowest Prices MHPMIW IIW1HIHPIH tWM - Largest Stock OVERCOATS I - Â¬ Â¬ - Heavy invoices arriving- daily and stacks upon stacks of goods to meet every department oi trade Live Stock Country Produce and School Claims received in trade on notes accounts or J T F DAY PKOIHTH merchandise aiitf wrifctMifvrr - 1 mwtJt9i9Mm4kxmBmmwrrJBwarrMMiMmmmh I - TABOR I iutiiwill 1 ky llllllilL My ilt ar I W11B l odlii iiiht that you LD Hbi iiiil WMuit is drnnuoil la wort an AiijH that u Higu 1 snii of A I I J ee Â¬ I QQ 1 1 iacv - lint 1 Â¬ A foul Htouiicli wiiHliih impootic unawer Pcnpli who linvc no Hiicli pliiiisiint night virions and avalvo fooling aa thought they had hud no rest mtvib all uiistrtiii wondering What on earth ih ho mat Â¬ ter with inc would hitter tnlccr soint simple Ireacnietit in TBLli Porsoiuj will neglect themselvet and put oil treatment until tlieir healtli iignne What woiiltl you think of thu aiithoritits of a prcat city with its uiilofl o -ewerage to takf awny the filthy neeuuiiihitious of bt reels ami alleys allowing tlio sewerage to choke up and spread contagion and poinontiiiH gasei from decaying Yet your course m just as UNWISIC Tho matter to blight that city hy ilis ase human body is well provided with all that is imeodsary toearryingoir tho unclean and you tdow it accumulate and tiecompose bringing all manlier of ills to tho flenh An old Chinese proverb is Keep your feet warm your head cool and your bowels open Mike a ineniorantluin of this and try it ami if you dont keep well there is no truth in the world I ii ii I 41 sa M 1 1 Â¬ KA Will do the business for you ALERT9SLIJJ SiM upd guaranteed by - I J T I F DAV Hazel Green I IJ1U J PIHKATT J X AAtGILX Cnmptou Ky And all General Stores in Eastern Kentucky Ky Kwl Ky nj fl tei Â¬ Â¬ pK JLJKyu -IJ 1 Â¬ Â¬ - 1 ev40 lutbe 5 Co Chiles Thompson WHOLESALE - GROCERS -- Â¬ And Dealers in Country Produce -- l 4- - Â¬ 50 Aprils For -- 1 Â¬ 1 -S7 Â¬ AO JJ f Â¬ Kings Powder Co Kanawha Salt Co Standard Oil Company Perfection Flour Mills Steel Horse Shoes Manufacturers Snow Flake Lime MT STEELING KY WfWMrvwwiw ktmikwi m K M - I iJmiiue 1 Â¬ Â¬ AO MttUWIIU Ihct 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ - -- i wm i i VAiir i - 300 fr 11 25 vrij Utonru 11 ll turrrX O IortliuiilU a t ckntjun thin rni ilirlni rivo ulTJrKl M Mil friiiu t twit Uoii- - Il him I nwJlv tiHrwiRu1 until e t v Miluiiiwirduril tin uiif limit nirlT nil fris iii ila ii tin HI1 Unix r til 111 Ik til It VII fllHlhll Alirlu lall llf lllMMltll III It llllA Uicirlil to Imi ilii ffSlA itf u 11 tit 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vrniiiimv bmflyWt nil fnyni lain inn iiiniiinii rn iniiiirni tanu u n in iiiair i rm llcf nrrf tiuiay if IhiuriM Nikiiittjf tfio It til loii Iroiil H turu ut Ilia Irllrr lolnut linlfirm mirrraarano iiwitaw in in- rfAllH It ho fre oniri l it ami lHittiiHttilli kHiivclIng Him of invntltr ni wlvrti lo rlilllirii rta a aifn nirtfll a nr tvitriiirt airtilisriianf1 inimniiawi rrnri ITairilMl Ilrai ffmilliiinitiat ii UMslbf crurr pilisnanr ii U MOC LhIiIuwii Jwltfi Iii onn arna ami litrianilna arrry Ixittlr lia Imira nf It lln IIuIIIm JultUitt ff 8 A nUXWTOlI ni4PtwIV nui iinuirnl lloiiutlMWcluaay ml car fully luii wiiii iiuiitinti Maw Howmit Co Mo ruimrf rtwiHinvKK M Mi mi J R Vlivart8 A u fllltlvn IM ntvlliml KavlRiiitaH Hi II Ai Vtntif- of that tniirt i iiati lltmlltmnt niinv fun lit mt pnttlw tot Wjr rniMlv II A plinarfc Ymlfiitfana flm It In nH can rtfect I llnH your wmiu It tor hi rtUuU r4 MMWi J -11 - BFAHNESTOCKSiS nrtat ii lllltlr I a HUnownrlyt f l 3 vfliiltiiilll VERMIFUGE - tev liiinaoi rrln lialliillrs iK uii rUrjtk rifl rrrimmfiijrMriHiinili litr trtt tv rj lrUiaa W C jhMWAXTZ Cla AMHHMiMtMn fiiutm bityKttm irrri i tv K f atSttJHTiilftlfj hm nninj i mm f DEFENSE OF YOUNG MEN Protect Thy Wayward Footsteps with tho Shiold of Truth Which Leads Yna to Onila Throno And Makes Yati Happy Ilnro Herraou by Ho T DeWltt Talmnfre D D U V S EnooKirv f Rov T DoWittTal mage D I preached on tho subject Dofonso of Young Mon and took his text from II Kings vi 17 And tho Lord Ho opened tho oyos of tho young man said One morning in Dothnn a young theological student was scared by finding himself aud Elishn tho pro phot upon whom ho waited surroundod by u wliolo army of But vonorablo Klisha was not enemies Beared at all hocauso ho Haw tho moun tains full of dofonso for him in chariots mado out of lire wheels of lire dushbourd of flro cushion of lire drawn by horses with nostrils of flro and inauo of lire und haunches of firo and hoofs of flro a sup rnutuial appear ance that could not bo soon with tho until ral oyo So tho old minister prayed that tin young minister might see thorn also and the prayer was answered and tho Lord opened tho young man and bo also Haw tho flury procession looking somewhat I suppose llko tho Adirondaoks or tho Alio glumies in thiH autumnal resplendence Many young nion standing among tho most tremendous realities bavo tholr oyos half shut or entirely closed May Jod grant that my sermon may open wldo your eyes to your safety your opportunity and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ yourdostiny A rv Li 3 v H lmghty dofonso for a young man is a Sotuo of my bearers look hack with louder satisfaction to their early homo It may bavo boon rude and ruptlc hidden among tho bills aud archi tect or upholsterer nover planned or adorned it Hut all tho fresco on princely walls never looked so enticing to you as those rough hewn raftors You can think of no park or arbor of trees planted on fashionable country Kuut so nttrnctivo as tho plain brook that ran in front of tho old farm house and sang nndor tho weeping willows No barred gateway adorned with statue of bronze and swung open by obsequious portor in full dress has half tho glory of tho swing gate Man of you have a second dwelling place your adopted home that also is saerod forever There you built tho llrst family altar There your children were born All those trees you planted That room is solemn because once In it ovor the hot pillow flapped tho wing of doalh Under that roof you expect when your work isdouo to Ho down and dio You try with many words to toll tho excellency of tho place but you fail There is only ono word in tho language that can describe your moaning It is homo Now I declaro it that young man is comparatively safo who goes out into tho world with a charm like this upon him Tho memory or parental solicitude watching planning and praying will bo to him h shiold and a shelter I never know a man faithful both to his early and adopted home who at tho snmotimo was givon over to nny gross form of dissipation or wickedness Ilo who nooks his enjoyment filially from outside association rather than from tho moro qulot and uuprosumiug pleasures of which I bavo spoken may bo suspected to bo on tho broad road to ruin Absalom despised his fathers house and you know bis history of slu aud his death of tfhnmc If you seom unnecessarily isolated from your kindred and former associates is there not soma room that you can call your own Into it gather books and pic- Â¬ tures and ii harp Hnvo a portrait ovor tho mantel Mako ungodly mirth stand back from tho threshold Consecrate some spot with tho knoo of prayer By tho memory of other days a fntiiors counsel and a mothers lovo and a sisters con lldonco call it homo Another defense for a young man is inMany young men in dustrious habit starling upon life in this ago expect to make their way through the world by tho Uso of thou wits rather than tho toil of their hands A child uow goes to tho city und fails twice before ho is as old as bin father was whon ho first buw the spire of tho great town Sitting in somo ofllco routed at a thou saud dollars a year ho is waiting Tor the bank to declare its dividend or goes into tho murkot expecting boforo night to be made rich by tho rushing up of tho stocks Out luok scorned so dull ho re solved on somo other tack Perhaps bo borrowed from his employers money drawor and forgets to put it back or for merely tho purposo of improving bis pon- manshlp mnko a copy plato of a mer chants signnturo Nover mind nil is right in trade In somo dark night there in ay come in his dreams a vision of Dlackwclls Island or of Sing Slug but it soon vanishes In a short time ho will be ready to retire from tho busy world and amid his flocks und bonis culture tho domestic vir-Â¬ tues Thou thoso young men who were ouce his schoolmates aud knew no better to ongago in honest work than will como with their ox teams to draw him logs and with their haul hands help heave up his castle This is no fancy picture It is oveiy day life I should not wondor if there woro somo rotten beams in that beautiful pnlaoo I should not wondor if diro sickness should smite through the young ma or if God should pour into his cup of lito n draught that would thrill him with unbearable agony I should not wonder if his children should become to him u living curse making his home a pot I should not wonder If he nnd a disgrace goes to n miserable grave and beyond it into tho gnashing of tooth Tho way of tho ungodly shall perish My joung friends there is uo way to gotiulnu iniiTOifi oxcopt through toil either ef tho head or hand At the buttle nl Crvoy l Wld tho Prince of Wales tlud iftKlilnikoir houYily pressed by the enemy MHt won to 111 futlior fur help The good home Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ we44 n wlml Hi batl fAllwri WNlcthln mill UHd ftooing tlmt hU ou was not iid could Kia Iho day If bo fm No I will not como would stmt word Lot tho boy win his spurs for if God will I doslro that this day bo his with all Its Young man light your own bat honors tlos nil through and you shall have tho victory Oh it is a battlo worth fighting Two monarchs of old fought a duel Charles V and Francis aud tho stakes woro kingdoms Milan and Burgundy You fight with sin and tho stuko is Heaven or hell Do not gct tho fatal idoa that you aro a genius and that therefore thero is no nood of closo application It is horo whoro multitudes fail The groat curso of this ago is tho geniusos men with enormous self conceit and egotism aud nothing else 1 had rathor bo an ox than an eagle plain and plodding and useful rathor than hith flying and good for nothing but to pick out the oyos of tho carcasses Extraordinary capacity without uso is extraordinary failuro Thoro is no hopo for that person who begins life resolved to livo by his wits for the probability is ho has not any It was not safo for Adam oven in his un fallen stato to bavo nothing to do and therefore God commanded him to bo a fanner and horticulturist Ho was to dress tho garden nnd koop it nnd had ho and his wife obeyed the Divine in- Â¬ junction and boon at work they would not havo boon sauntering under tho troes and hungering after that fruit which destroyed thorn and their posterity proof positive for nil ngos to como that those who do not attend to their Business aro sure to got into mischief I do not know that tho prodigal in Seripturo would ovor havo been reclaimed bad ho not given up his idle habits and gono to feeding swine for Jo to tho ant thou sluga living gard consider her ways and bo wiso which having no overseer or guide providotli her food in tho summer and gathoroth her meat In tho harvest Tho dovil does not often attack the man who is busy with tho pen and tho book and tho trowol nnd the saw and tho hammer Ho Is afraid oT those weapons Hut woo to tho man whom this roaring lion moots with his hands in bis pockets Do not de mand that your toil always be elegant nnd cleanly and rolluod Thoro is a eortain amount of drudgery through which wo all must pass whatever bo our occupation You know how men are sentenced a certain number to years of prison and after they havo suffered and worked out tho time then they aro allowed to go free And so it is with all of us God lly tho sweat passed on us tho sentence Wo of thy brow shalt thou eat bread must onduro our timo of drudgery and then aftor awhile wo will be allowed to go into comparative liberty We must be willing to endure tho sentence Wo nil know whoro drudgery Is connected with tho beginning of any trade or profession but this does not continue all our lives if it bo tho students or the merchants or tho mechanics life I know you bavo nt the beginning many a hard time but aftor awhilo these things will becomo easy Sods You will bo your own master sentciico will bo satisliod You will bo discharged from prison Bless God that you havo a brain to think and hands to work nnd feet to walk with for in your constant activity oh young man is ono of your strongest defenses Put your trust in God and do your level best That child had it right when tho horses ran away with tho load of wood ami ho sat upon it When asked if he was frightened bo said No I prayed to God and bung on like a beaver Again profound rospoet for tho Sabbath will be to tho young men a powerful pre Jod has thrust servative against evil into tho toil aud fatigue of life a rocreativo day when tho soul is especially to bo fed It is uo now faiiglod notion of a wild brained reformer but mi institution estab- Â¬ lished at the beginning God has made natural and moral laws so harmonious that the body as well as tho soul demands this institution Our bodies aro sovon dny clocks that must bo wound up as often as that or they will rundown Failuro must como sooner or later to tho man who breaks tho Sabbath Inspiration has called it the Lords Day and he who dovotes it to tho world is guilty of rob- Jod will not let tho sin go unpun bory ished cither in this world or tho world to como This is tho statement of a man who had broken Ibis Divine enactment I was eugagod in manufacturing on tho Lehigh rivor On tho Sabbath I used to lost but nover regarded God in it One beautiful Sabbath when tho noiso was all hushed and tho day was all that loveli- Â¬ ness could mako It 1 snt down on my piazza and wont to work inventing a now shuttle 1 nelthor stopped to eat nor drink till the sun wont down By that timo 1 had the invent ion completed The next morning I exhibited it boasted of my days work ami was applauded Tho shuttle was tried and worked well but that Sab Wo bath days work cost mo PWOOJ branched out nnd enlarged and tho curso of Heaven wus upon tuc from that day onward While tho Dlvino frown must rost upon him who tramples upon this statuo Gods special favor will bo upon that young man who scrupulously observes It This day properly observed will throw a hallowed inlluonco over all tho week Tho song nnd sermon and sanctuary will hold back f iom presumptuous scones That young man who begins tho dutios of life with either socret or upon disropoct of tho holy 1 will Ventura tho prophesy day no suc prominent moot with cesses Gods curso will fall upon his ship his store bis ofllco his studio his body and ids soul Tho way of the wicked He In one of the old turuetb upside down fables it was said that a wonderful child was born in Itagdad and n magician could hoar his footsteps six thousand miles away Hut I can hear in the footstep of that young man on bis way to tho house of worship this morning stop not only a life time of usefulness but the coining step of etornal joys or heavons yet mlllons of miles away Again u noble idoa it ml roulhlent oxpoe tatlou of approximating to it will iulalll lily advance The artist completes In hU mind tho groat thought that hu wishes to transfer to tin eauva or lie marble be fore ho take un tlto crayon or tho ohUol Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j The Architect plans out tho ontiro structure before ho ordors tho workmen to begin Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and though there may for a long while seem to bo nothing but blundorlng and rudenoss ho has in his mind evory Corin- Â¬ thian wreath and Gothic arch and Byznn tino capital Tho poot arranges tho ontiro plot beforo ho bogins to chimo tho llrst canto of tingling rhythms And yot ntrangor to us thero aro mon who attempt to build their character without knowing whether in tho end it shall bo a rudo traitors don or a St Marks of Venice Mon who begin to write tho iufcricato poem of their lives without knowing whothor it shall bo a Homors Odyssey or a rhymesters botch Nino hundred nnd ninoty nlno men out of a thousand aro living without any groat lire plot Hooted and spurred and plumed anil urging thoJr swift courser into the hottest haste I como out and ask Ualloomnu whither away I No His respenso is whoro Itush into the busy shop or storo of many a one and taking the piano out of the mans hand nnd laying down tho yard Â¬ stick say What man is all this about so much stir and sweat Tho reply will stumble and break down between tooth and lips 12 very days dutv ouvhr only to bo tho following up of tho main plan of oxistenco Let men be consistent If thoy prefer misdeeds to correct cnursos of action thou let thorn draw out the de sign of knavory and cruelty and plunder Lot evory days falsehood and wrong doing bo added as coloring to tho picture Lot bloody deeds red stripo the canvas and the clouds of a wrathful God hang down heavily over the canvas ready to break out in clnmorous tompe t Lot tho waters bo chafed n frost tangle nnd green with ini moasurablo depths Then take a torch of burning pitch nnd scorch into the frame of tho picture the right name or it namoly The Souls Suicide H me entering upon sinful directions would only in his mind or on paper draw nut in awful reality this dreadful future ho would rocoil from it nnd say Am I a Dante that by my own life I should write another Hut if you aro resolved to live Inferno n life such as God and good men will ap prove do not lot It bo a vnguo dream an indefinite determination but in your mind or upon paper sketch it in all its ininutin You can not know tho changes to which you may bo subject but you may know what always will bo right and what always will bo wrong Lot gen tlcnoss and charity and veracity and faith stand in tho heart of the sketch On some still brooks bank make a lamb and lion Ho down together Draw two or three of the troes of life not frost stricken nor ice glazed nor wind stripped but with thick verdure waving like the palms of Heaven On the larkcat cloud plnco the rainbow thnt billow of the dying storm You need not burn the title on the frame Tho dullest will catch tho design at a glance and say That is the road to Heaven Ah mo I On this sea of life what innum- Â¬ erable ships hoavily laden and well rigged yet some bound for another port Swept evory whitbor of wind and wave they go up by tho mountains thoy go down by tho billows and aro at their wits end They sail by no chart they watch no star thoy long for no harbor I bvg every young man to day to draw out a sketch of what by tho gruco of God ho means to bethough in excellence so high that you can not reach it He who starts out in life with a high ideal of character and faith in its attainment will tlud himself encased from a thousand temptations Thero nro mngiiilicout possibilities bo fore each of you young men of the stout heart and the buoyant step aud the bound 1 would marshal you for ing spirit Jod now provides grand achievement for you tho lleet and tho armor and tho fortifications Who is on the Lordn sidtti Tho captain of the zouaves in ancient times to encourage them against tho im menso odds on tho side of their enemies said Come my men look thoso follows in tho face They aro six thousand you aro three hundred Surely tho match is oven That speech gave them tho victory Ho not my hearer dismnyed at any time by what seems an immense odds against you Is fortune is wnnt of education are men aro devils against you though the multitudes of earth and hell con front you stand up to tho charge With a million against you the match is just even Nay you havo a decided ndviutagc If God bo for us who can bo against us f Thus protocted you need not spend much timo in answer Â¬ ing your assailants Many years ago word came to no that two impostors as temperance lecturers had been spending in Ohio in various places and giving their exporionce and thoy told their audience that thoy had long beou intimate with me and had bo como drunkards by dining nt my table whoro I always had liquors of all sorts Indignant to tho last degree I went down to Patrick Campbell chief of tho Brooklyn police saying I was going to start that night for Ohio to have these villains arrested and I wanted him to toll me how to mn kc tho arrest Ho smiled and said Do not wasto your timo by chasing these men Go homo nnd do your work and thoy can do no harm I took his counsel nnd all was well Long ago I made up my mijid thnt if one will put his trust In God and bo faithful to duty ho need not fear any evil Havo Jod on your side young man nnd all tho combined forces of earth and hell can do you no damage And this leads mo to say that the might iest of all lefcnse for a young man is the possession of thorough religious princi ple Nothing can take tho place of It Ho mav have manners that would put to shame the gracefulness and courtesy of a liril Ihostorlleld Foreign lan guages may drop from his tongue Ho mav be able to discuss literatures and laws and foreign customs Ho may wield a pen of uucitiallcd polish and power His quickness and tact tuny qualify him for the highest biliary of tho foiutlughouso Ho may be as sharp us I lured and as strong as Hiiihoii with a Hue locks as thine which budg Abolom still ho is not The more ele nam from contamination gant his iiiahntii and thu more fasulnutlng Ids drss thu moro peril Hun dues not i uru uuiuh for the alio Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ glanoo of a coward and lllltorato being He can bring him into olllriont sorvico But ho loves to storm that castle of char acter which has in it tho most spoils and treasuros It was not somo crazy craft creeping along the coast with n valuoloss cargo that tho plrato attacked but tho ship full winged and flagged plying bo twoon groat ports carrying its millions of specie Tho more your natural and acquired accomplishments tho more th noed of the religion of Jesus That does not cut in upon or hack up any smooth noss of disposition or behavior It givos symmotry It arrests that in tho soul which ought to bo arrested and propels that which ought to bo propelled It fills up thogullcys It elevates and transforms To beauty it gives moro beauty to tact moro tact to enthusiasm of naturo moro enthusiasm Whon tho Holy Spirit impresses the image of God on tho heart Ho doos not spoil tho canvas If in all tho multitudes of young men upon whom religion has acted 3011 could find ono nituro that had beou tho least damaged 1 would yield this proposition You may now have enough strength of character to repel the various temptations to gros wickodnos which assail yci but I do not know in what strait you may be thru it at some future time Nothing short of the graco of tho cros may thou bi able to deliver you from tho lions You aro not meeker than Mosos nor holier than David nor moro patient than Job and you ought not to considor yourself Invulnerable You may have somo weak point ol i haractor that you have never discovered and in somo hour when you aro assaulted the Philistines will bo upon thee Samson Truit not in your good habits or your early training or your pride of character Nothing short of tho arm of Almighty God will bo sufficient to uphold you You look forward to the world bumotuncs with a chilling despondency Cheer up I will tell you how you allmay Seek first tho kingdom make a fortune of Jod and His righteousness nnd all oth 1 know er things will be added unto you you do not want to be mean in this matter Give Jod tho freshness of your life You will not heave the heart todriuk down And then pour the dregs 011 Jods altar Tea Saviour so in finitely generous ou have not the heart to act like that That is not brave that is not honorable that is not manly Your greatest want in all tho world is a new heart In Gods name I toll you that And the Blessed Spirit presses through the solemnities and privileges of this holy hour Put tho cup of life eternal to your thirsty lips Thrust it not back Mercy offers it bleeding mercy long suffering mercy Heject all other friendships bo ungrateful for all other kindness prove recreant to all other bargains but despise Gods lovo for your immortal soul dont you do Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LATE NEWS ITEMS Koir Admlri INtcholson died at his real donee In Now York city n few days ugo It Is reported In Now York city thnt tho body of A T Stowart has been found Lord Randolph Churchill denies tho re- Â¬ port that ho is to bo appointed Vlcoroy of Canada in place of Lord Lonsdownc Governor Sawyer of New Hampshire has signed tho bill authorizing tho loaso of tho Manchostor Lawronco railroad to tho 1 yars deaths since the last -- eport A C Stockley of TefTersonvile Ky was convlctnl tho other day of collecting a fee of fiftJfjO for securing a pension when tho law only allowed him ten dollars Officials of tho Ottawa government aro reported to bo in Nova Scotia quietly gath- Â¬ ering statistics of the years fishing for uso by tho now fisheries commission James W Blackwood Judge of tho Rhode Island Sixth District court died ut Providence that Sate of kidney disease a few days ago at the age of forty three Maine Boston Tho Marino Hospital Buroau ItaB been in- Â¬ formed that there havo beon six now cases of vol low fever at Tampa Flu and throo Tho race between tho oarsmen Tcetnor and Ouudaur on Lake Maranacook Maine tho other day resulted in a practical walk- Â¬ over for Teenier His timo was Gaudaurs time wus not taken He was a half mile behind The Brotherhood of Locomottvo Engineers at their session at Chicago last Â¬ week icers that 0 WITH MitM-i-ru- CHEERFULNESS I The Grrat AHvuntUK lloprfut Spirit of Korplng Up a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Half the battle of life consists in keeping up a cheerful spirit When depression comes and the clouds when the spirit is loaded with deadening pain all work he becomes a drudgery ijnd life is a burden and ditllculty Whatever Is done is carried on under compulsion with a wish that it could be avoided and a feeling of pleasure if so mournful a kind of congratulation oan be called a pleasure that it is at Inst completed And even if because there is will power enough to drive it along and fn vorabln circumstances to make it succcss fnl it w ill afford but little satisfaction for the spirit will be loaded with forebodings nnd tho imnd bo full of prophesies of com- Â¬ ing evil if any good worlc be well done it must be amid buoyancy and hope With experience no matter how hard tho task may bo or bow unpromising there will bo energy given to it aud that facility of skill nnd tact that unless tho hindrances are in vincible wll carry it through to a good end Our religious work very often lags and falls not because wc nro not earnest in it perhaps wc expend even unnecessary labor on it but because it is dona under a cloud Hope is wanting Thero is no enthusiasm no spilng and eager on Jooklng and vision of Inevitable accomplishment But if tho heart bo right it will be ablo to go cheerfully through nny experionco aud and also benr its disappointments rcjolco in Its trihulntlouR nnd not only believe hut know thnt God mnkes nil things work to- Â¬ gether for good to those who lovo Him It is not possible not for nil of us all tho time Moods aro many and wo aro Ilabln to fall into the dull ones botimes but it ought to be a pnrt of our Christian effort to drive nwny the clouds if possible aad turn to tho beautiful nud Inspiring light Â¬ J A Spraguc of Toronto Third Grand Engineer AW Pcrley Sprague W T Graud Guido Messrs Putnam and Angel the American fisherios negotiators havo boon in conTho sultation with Sccretury Bayard British representatives aro expected in Washington early in November The diplomatic reception room at tho State Department has been set apart for tho sessions of the conference A J Graham editor of tho Red Oak In Imlfjinlfut formerly of Indianola Jhrahl and later of the Beaver l ity Nob Tune was found dead 111 his oftlco tho other evening with a bottle of aconite beside bun It is thought he had becomo mentally unset- Â¬ tled through using too much quinine he having been unwell of late His wifo and laughter are still in Nebraska He was a member in good standing of tho Anolent Order United Workmen Tho failuro of the J L Regan Printing Company of Chicago has been announced Tho concern is ono of the largest in that city Three judgments bv confession wcro entered in favor of the Union Trust Company for ir741 and seven for James J1 West for f4 l57i or a total of Sr17 It is expected a receiver will bo appointed The liabilities will amount to lrU0O and tho nominal assets to about 150u0 It is stated that the failure is due to roccnt losses amounting to J30X and through tho failure of the Hunker1 Manual and an illustrated paper J L Regan tried to run A meeting of creditors of John F Henry 8c Co druggists of Now York city havo agreed to accept a settlement in full on a basis of ten semi annual payments with interest The liabilities are 212O0J actual assets lo0000 and valuablo connections and trade marks which will nearly or quite make up the deficiency Colonel G G Fisher tho ox Consul to Smyrna who arrived at Philadelphia tho other day on the Lord Gough with two cases of wine one intonded for President Cleveland and tho other for Secretary Bay- Â¬ ard has been ompolled to pay tho usual duty on the wine It was thought that tho two cases would bo admitted free but Sur- Â¬ veyor Campbell decided that tho duty must ond Grand Engineer Â¬ A R Cavener of Oakland Cal elected the following General off- Â¬ Sec- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ be paid Ltutetl Iiciliytiriitn A Pertinent Quufttlon heard the other dny of a young minis ter who was taken down very handsomely by a bright little girl Ho had been called upon quite unexpectedly to address a -School and to give himself timo to col- Â¬ lect his thoughts he asked a question Child- Â¬ ren said he what ball I speak about A little girl on the front seat who had her- Â¬ self committed to memory novernl declama Â¬ tions held up her hand and in n shrill volco Wo Sunday- asked question might with pi opricty bo put to n good uinny who nttempt to talk to pcoplo nnd there are but few if their knowledge were challenged who would not discover that thoy had nothing to suy JJaiUl Week y What do yon know Tho samo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Continually ro lii Tho letters Y M C A keep on meaning moro and more According to tho statistics of the last international meeting held in San lruncUco there aro 1170 American associations in existence tho aggregate membership being 1 1021 Tho real os late owned bv the various bodies is valued U l at with an incumbrance of Miiuethiug over eight hundred thousand dol Â¬ lars in all The uitiibcr of general secreta rlos and paid otlleers employed islS7 There ore said to be college associations and fifteen Indian nmociatiniiH Tho world over the associations icach to tho number of fvl fll iMdmii Fromtt - Vor can not dronm yowrnolf Into a char actor you must hammer and forge your solf unv Wi arc 110 wish to bo hrnplor longer huppy so soon a Ittinjitt y Postmaster General McLclan of Nova Scotia was re elected to the Dominion House of Commons by a large majority 1 no annual report of ttio Canadian Min ister of Marino shows the number of vessels steam and sail on the Canadian register to be 7214 measuring 1217703 tons being a decreaso of twenty ono vessels and 14UK tons as comparod with tho previous j year Tho value of ho registered tonnage of Canada is estira ito1 at SIVYS J W Tho placing of the Chesapeake Ohio Railroad Company in the bands of a re- Â¬ ceiver was done upon tho application of C P Huntington president of tho company who claims that the company owes him 1705000 for money loaned from time to time Tho object of tho move is to force bondholders to assent to tho organization plan for scaling tho interest on certain of tho bonds from six to four per cont Tha treasurer of tho company confessed judgment in favor of Mr Huntington and the court at Richmond appointed Gonoral W C Wickham as receiver Loster Hayes tho ninetcen-yenr-ol- d cash ier of the Bank of Commorco nt Lajuntn Col left that town last week and as be did not appear suspicions woro aroused An examination showed that 0000 or S000 wero taken President Cleveland last week received a communication from tho Socialistic Demo- Â¬ cratic Federation of Holland nnd is to tho effect that if the coudomncd Anarchists aro hanged tho President will bo hold personally responsible Robert London an employo on the William Storrs farm north of Paluesville O committed suicido a few days ago by hanging He camo from Lorkinsville Pa about six weeks ago Molancholy cause by his wife leaving him led to theact Two freight trains on tho Nlekol Plate road collided between Silver Creek and Delaware Siding N Y the othor morning smashtng a largo number of cars En gineer Clayton of tho westbound train and his fireman John Mnstmson wcro killed A San Francisco special says that United States Commissioner Johnston nephow of General Joseph E Johnston has been accused of resorting to illegal methods in increasing his foes and of collusion with tho Alaska commercial companys officials and that various affidavits to tills effect havo beon forwarded to Washington This season has proven most successful for the Pacific whalers The catch rororted up to duto is JuTo whales wiiich nt an aver age ol 11X10 to nllsh makes iho total valuo of the catch flUAlttK which Is tho largest for many years It has also been a particularly rortumito season in tho fact thut in vessels woro lost which la un uiiUhUii record II M MolCon who Icopt a gonoral provi sion stoi u and buKory at Coshocton O lias iiimiIo tin assignment toTliouuu Willis I Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Llubilitio and uiseW uifiiowii B V JL rfu 0 - - - HOME fjso FARM AND GARDEN f Linn water is good for chilblains strong ami hot A saturated solu Â¬ tion of alum in water used hot la also o curative A good way to keep the row yard clean and wholesome and save the ma- Â¬ nure is simply t plow the yard as oft Â¬ This method ia en as once a mouth simple and effective Cementforfastening wood to stone Melt together four pints of pitch and one of wax and add four part of pounded brick dust or chalk It must bo warmed before using and applied thinly to the surface- to be joined Chili Sauce Twelve large ripe tomatoes four ripe pippins two large onions two tablespooufuls of salt two of sugar one of cinnamon three Chop al line cups of cider vinegar and boil one hour Uottl for use - Cincinnati Times m- - lf 1 Dumplings Make the dough as for biscuits with sour milk and sod- then add one teaspoonftil of baking powder and roll out as thin as pic crust spread with butter fold and roll gain cut into inch squares and drop Boston Budget n the boiling pot Have a place for the accommoda- Â¬ L SI Chase of Knston found a tion of dirty clothes ami teach the pear tree in his garden which the mice children to put all then soiled gar- Â¬ had girdled by eating the bark of the ments there when tliev are ochniicd trunk and it was dying Mr Chase This will remove the planted four small trees around this for clean ones necessity of making a trip to cve y tree and close to it cut oil the tops room oj wash day Indianapolis Sen- Â¬ pointed the ends and making incis Â¬ tinel ions in the bark bent the small trees English Pudding Ono cup of mo- Â¬ and grafted them above the dead lasses one half cup of butter ono cup trunk The all grew ami that tree of sweet milk one Icaspooufulof soda draws its nourishment from the small one teaspoonful of different spices two ones and still lives for a bushel of cups of chopped raisins one cup of nice pears has just been taken from it chopped apples and three cups of flour An observant Pittsburgher says steam three hours Serve with sauce If you want to tell a womans temper Household watch her eyelids You can read a M Schmitz Benton County la man in the same wy but not so read- Â¬ writes the Prairie fyrmcr that hog ily A woman with a liery temper will cholera is a disease mainly of the blood move her eyelids with a snap and that and black blood blisters will be found snap betrays her Another who is on the outside of the gum of the upper easy going and hard to arouse moves jaw Theso should be opened with a her ejelids languidly One with a knife and washed out with strong salt quick brain and temper furious when and water He keeps the hogs mouth aroused just winks steadily but open by inserting orn cob neither quickly nor slowly until en Â¬ Although grape rot will develop gaged in interesting conversation and prevail in way and all of the cli- Â¬ There was an exciting political matic vicissitudes incident to the sea Â¬ contest the other day at Lake City son says a writer in the Rural World Fla between 4 he liquor men and the it is always most virulent in extreme temperance folks anil the former were temperatures when associated with in a fair way to carry the election moisture and is the most destructive owing largely to tho work of a popular in the lower temperature and in great young citizen lour temperance girls diurnal ranges The greatest destruc Â¬ determined to capture him and they tion occurs in the first few days and if did it One of them asked him to step ihe outset be slight its continuance behind the court house that she might will be short except when frequent tell him a secret and the others fol- Â¬ and extreme changes shall occur or lowed with four chairs In these the any other conditions repressive of the conspirator seated themselves so close Â¬ function of the vine ly around tho young man that he could not get out without using force and How to Discipline the Eye beinjr too gallant tn do this he was closed A very good way to discipline the kept a prisoner until the polls had won nucliMiiiiMiI vi is to first measure an and the temperance people inch with the eve then move it with a lnc ll3 rule then measure a half inch then an MEN WHO WIN eighth and so on and you will soon Hundred Pollarn Thrown AiTay HU be- able to discover at a glance the dif-Â¬ Five Aim AVas Siicchhh ference between a twelfth and a sL- A good healthy body is almost sure to bo teenth of an inch then go to three found associated with a good conscience A closo Some i willhitr to student of human nature is rarely inches six twelve and so on lilaeo larifo matters of trust in tho no guess j hands of another until ho has seen tho one call this guessing there is for work about it It is measuring with i whom he is to trust lie looksfrankthe fresh counte and vigor the the habit heath and manly form honest fact all that iii mind Acquire the eye and and m nance of crit ising for imperfections every attractive in men Hodoubts tuouyspcptio drawn out features the piece oJ work that you see do every with saliow skin irritablonaturo lie feels evident weak and thing as nearly as you can without as Shakespeare makes Julius Ciusur say measuring or spoiling it or as nearly Let me liuvc men rbout mo that ate fat onights men unit suih as as you can trust the eo with its pres Â¬ Yon Cassias has a lean nnd lmiipry look ent training If you can not see things He thinks too intirh such men tiro dangerous honesty of the He does not doubt mechanically do not bame the eye for unfortunate but hothefvars disease olpoor tho it it is no more to blame than the bodv will afTect tho mind bring misfortune and mouth is because we can not read or upon tho individual to loss to himself he tho weak but if bo It because we can not write man mav not injustice strength or if he is the lingers mental has A person may write a very good hand wrapped up in his misery ho can not take of tho world does not see with the eyes closed tho mind of in the situationbroadening ami that isms and that ideas aro course directing the fingers The eye teachings are advancing How can an em is necessary however to detect imper Â¬ plover hope for success from ruch a man I complexion look tho wax fections Eorv operation in life re- Â¬ The dvspepticfeatures show liko Tho disease and sallow quires a mechanically trained eye and far seemg man notes all these signs and man tho we should realize more than we do the knows that tho great light of no brain is affected or will be at distant great importance of properly training da v He discards tho poor victim of oisenso that organ Boston Jiudqct who goes wearily out into tho world Discouraged at last ho takes to his sickbed Advantages of Early Marriage He seeks medical aid Lacking the broad ideas of tho successful man of tho world You dont run the risk of dying an he tries the same medical treatment that he has tried many times before The t ame old maid bigoted counsel is sought the same drugs It is better to be a young fool than arc administered by tho sauio old family friend that treated him months and years an old one before and his parents beforo him and in The unmarried girl feels she isgrow such a wav he drags out hia miserable un successful existence iug old loo quick Ishotoblamef Why not A hen ho sees you can dailv and hears from every oide proelamn If you inuke a bad match t ions of n reined v known as Varnero rafc blame it to inexperience popular old no one cure which is becoming move weaker daily When you are getting hourlv while ho is bccoinuitf will take you but a widowor J A Gettvs iiihurmco agent of Chilli years Ohio suffered for nearly th It prevents your married friends rothe dvspepsia in its worst formscehaving with from sympathising with you penidial qcs of vertigo fainting and If you wait till you are thirty it N chilis Ho wrote over his own signature spent VK had tho best medical ttentl hard to get a voting huband mice tried all the remedies recommended The man who marries on old woman without success until I was Induced to try Warners safo cure I used thrcu hoUles nlso wants something thrown in havo gained twvnty pounds und feel like a You are apt to gel shop worn if vi u Lew man Such a man as we havo described nlno remain long on the mutrimuiiiil tlncH o it f ten unconsciously to bniKCi market ieian ha a kidiiev disorder or to his You have n better chunro to catch a which is fast wastin r his body and life He s safe cure ut second husliMid if you happoi to lov bees tho merits of Warner roclniiucd from cverv turn and hears it i not usolt jour llrst tho house tops and yet hudilMuanse It is hind by his illiberal physician If you catch a millionaire son you not pvofetonnal nnd n t admitted It will have him before he has blown in that theis cede MeuuwhUo tho man of tho Jiv world proKwrH forward cares not u Ig for fortune HhyoP his aim In hfo in mic thin Von avoid tho pleasure of having all ce iradthat h ohs hopeful f forward to tho ha vour girl fiiiiuU toll you How happy world iMvouu oolluvlMK iiimI inwUnK In umii m thbt worM mitt to Ms raitli for lb Ul0 are with their hiwbuims - Juiiae vorfu loyuiut J SUe--hcaled CURRENT ITEMS A spectacle nwe luspirlng as n An Arkansas rural paper con total eclipse has its humorous side At Jludes an obituary of a child in tlivsn Berlin August 19 tho sun rose eclipsed words The little plant was too pure and eclipse trains were organized to for these mundane shores and hail to enable the people In tho vicinity to be Â¬ be t insplantcd to the garden of para Â¬ hold the phenomenon The sky how- Â¬ dise and the smiles that hae now gono ever at the time was covered with im Â¬ from the craillo beam out through the penetrable clouds and the occupant Heavenly gate of the eclipse trains were greatly dis- Â¬ in the The Denbigshire police went out to appointed A countryman waylay a gang of notorious poachers suburbs of Hell in hastened to put up a but were surprised to see them return placard announcing that on account of empty handed Shortly afterward had weather the eclipse would be put three Wclh damsels tellowcd with a oil until Sunday Vtiblic Opinion suspicious display of bustle which on In Lorn IInnipf iiie Jtiation turned out to be due to Jlost women naturally look forward to the presence of twenty seven rabbits mutrluiouy us their prciKM sphere in life and two long lengths of rabbit-nettin- g but they should constantly beur in iniiul that a iuir rosy face bright eyes ami a healthy well developed form are tho best Jesse Packard of Kucklicld Me to u happy marriage All thoso forgot his temperance pledge long passportsdisorders weaknesses dragging wasting enough the other night to get full and dowa sensations- - and functional irregular- Â¬ ities pcculiur to their sex have aii unfailing while bo was on his way home some specific in Dr Pierces Fuvorite Prescripone knocked him out in a light His tion It is tho only medicine for women limp and apparently lifeless body was sold by druggists under u nuitiit tjuaranttr from the that it will give carried home and one of his boys see Â¬ satisfactionmanufacturers or money will bo in every case ing it moaned Oh dad you are refunded This guarantee has been printed kilt yon are kilt Old Packard never on tho hottlo wrapper und futthfully curried out for iuuuy years stirred but ho growled Well darn it dont you spose 1 know it swell as Tnis Is the time of yetr when the Fport lniui who huslmggedno birdu mm 10 mitku you do Â¬ Mir nffcet ear portion of tho txxly wher tk mucous mcnibrAno I found But catarrh of tho hoiulltbjr far tho ninst common nnd ttranco to Sarapaxllla Impuru blood lm had In curing Catarrh Tho wonderful ay Uio moat llablo to to noeloctcd It originate In n cold or suivcolon cf cold cotubtncU wlUj In urslnic all who lHcullar medicine tUo blxMt and tonp every orenn 1 huvo bttn irouJloJ with that annoying dl eno nasal catarrh nad havo taVon all kind of lliMUl purlrtcr but never found rullnf till 1 uod IttHKls Miraartlla vriri I am confldont will do all tlMt l claimed Hurrah for Hoods Sartupa 1 rtJIa I llocrr Markburs Ky 1 havo taken Hoodi 8arsatrllla for catarrh and It liu dono mo n Krenl deal ol uocxl 1 recom mend It to all within my reach lloodx Sursajia lUTUKK rltla has twen worth evcrythlnu to me 1 Koiiliixa Kan Ttiompnon CU sur catarrh warrant m with thin dlcno to try the H renovates and uvlgoratoi uccii Hoodi W AILS YOU jirsior liiK toiiKUo 10 you feel dull huujuld low splrltcd Hfo Ictu nud Indcflcrllmbly mlscrablo botu physi- Â¬ cally nnd mentally cxpcrlcnoo a aenso of gone or f ullneiej or bloatlnjr nftcr catlnff In of mora emptiness of stomach tho coated bitter or bad taato la mouth Irrctriiliir appetite dlutlncas froiuent hcadachcN blurrwl yc8ightlloatlnr ftpecka before the ores nervous prostration or ex- Â¬ haustion IrriUiblllty of temper hot Hushes nltcrnntinff with chilly Bcnsiitlons sharp bltinir transient pains noro and there cold feet drowsiness after meals wakefulness or disturbed nnd unrcfrcshlnir nleo coiiHtant SoM by all druKRlnts tlrlzforK Prepared only Indcscrlbablo fcoliuff of dread or of impend by U J HOOD A CO Apothecaries Lowell Mais intr calumity If you havo all or any oonsidernblo number of tlieeo symptoms you aro autToriiiK- from IOO that most common of American umladlcs Unions Dyspopsln or Torpid Liver associated with Dysicpsln or Indlfrcstlou TJio raoro coinpllcated your disease has become tho irreatcr tho number and diversity of symp-Â¬ toms No mnttor what shtirn it has reached Dr Piercoa CJoIdon ITIcdical Dlacovcry wlll suIkIuo it if taken nccordlnir to dlrec Uons for a rensonablo lonuthof tlmo If not cured complications multiply and Consump Â¬ The Great Liver and Stomach Remedy tion of the Lung Skin Dleeoseo Heart Disease Hhcumutlsm Kidney Disease or other gravo For tho euro of all disorder of tho Stomach llvcr maladies nro qulto llablo to sot in und soouer UoweK Kidneys lllaitcler Nervous llbrwos Loss or later Induce a fatal termination of Appetite ileiulach Costtvuiiess Indluestlon the lnotrViislve ruhhlt qualL Dr Piercoa tiuldou ITZcdtcnl Dl tUliousness K mt Inriamiiiatloii or tho llowels covory Iilos and till dornccmuno of tho lliternul vlsrern through acta powerfully upon tho Liver and that irreat blnod purlfylufr orjnni Iurefy veitetablo coiitulnlng no mercury minerals The Stoimich its n Vinegar Crunt cleanses tho system of all blood talnta and Im- Â¬ orduletorloui druizs bv all drnirelstK Irleo 81 rent jut box fold A stinging as of hot vinegar is sometimes purities from whatever cause tirlsliur It la PHFRTJliliMriUNwllliieaeumplNhed equally cflleaclous in nctlnir upon tho Kid- Â¬ fcJf m the gullet This is produced hv an by tiiklnix Itndwavn Pills Ilv so dolntr HKIt neys nnd other excretory nrKiuiR clcaiislnr acid or gas evolved by dyspepsia A genial llEADAClIi Dvspupslit houl Ktonmrh till their uscases As carminative far more reliablo than car- loutnu rill bo nvoidcd mid the lood that Is euten itrviiffthenliih nnd henlliu tonic it promotes properties lor Uiu support an appctlzlinr uetnnitlvo bonate of soda or magnesia is Hostetters contrlbuto Its nourlsliliiKthu body dlKesllon and nutrition tlierrtiy biiildliijc up Stomach Hitters which is an exceptionally ul tau natural wusto ot both tlcslt nnd strength In umlnrlnt districts line source of relief from every symptom of tills wonderful mcdicluo hits gained great indigestion nlso from fever and ague nereelohrity in curing Fever and Ague Chills und Dumb Ague and kindred dlsousos vousness constipation and biliousness cure forthls Bit UimVAYS XIXI4nroa thu stomach Fever Piercoa Uoldon ITIodlval Dis- Â¬ Dr complaint Thuy lettiro slreiutl to covery und eniibli It to perlirm lt functions Tho symp Â¬ A roiiTE wav of dunning a delinquent Ik toms ol Drspupsin disappear nud with them thu to wnd him u bouquet of llnlillltr or tho system to contract diseases Take the milUino HccortlliiK to dlrertlons and observo Co dtn JJays whHtwusuy In False mid True respecting diet from a common Illotch or Uruption to tlm HnU rlicuin Fover Horrs worst rJcrofuln A Imv extract from tho many letters wo aro con stantly riTilvliik Scaly or Hough Skin In short nil dlseiiKa Suit Yourfiolf Dr AC MlildlehrookloravUeOa Iusethrm caused by bad blood nro conquered by this hut there is no other remedy for sick hend In mjr practice nud family in prefcrenco to all other powerful purifying nud Invigorating medi- Â¬ nclie dizziness constipation biliousness or Illls Cnrollnc Mnnteltb Deer Creek Ind be cine Great ltating ulccra rnpllly heal under lrs to restore a regular healthy action to tho llevo my life bo- been saved by your medicine Its benign inllucnee lspeclally has It mani- Â¬ liver stomach and bowels equal to thoso luvoliimr been suirerliiKWlih Dyspepsia und llvur fested its Mtency in curing Tetter Uczeinn Complaint Kryslpehut Dolls Carbuncles Soro Kyes Scrof reliable little Pleasant Purgative relicts II A Carr T M Hfcnmbla Ala Host Pills ho ulous Sores and tiwelllugH Hip Joint Dbepse prepared by Dr Pierce Of druggists has ever used Ooltre or Thick Neck Whlto Hwclllnirs U Hummel Uoonvllle Mo Cured him when all and Kulnrged Olnnda Send ten cenbv In others fnlletl I positive Â¬ stamps for n largo Treatise with colored Htottn California has at present about 120 Con lyAlice K OhaverMt uro Uiu W Va say that Und ways on Skin Dlneuses or tho snino amuuuO lutes best rills I overbad gregational churches with SOOO members lor Dyspepsia or a Trentlso on Scrofulous Affections Siv Henilu letter stump to lilt IIADWAY At CO No 32 Warren Ht Now York forKalsa and True Toy sturdy oak wboso brnnrlipt wldo FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE lloldly tho storms und wind dely Thnroughlv elcnnpo it by using DrPlorccra Jiot Icriif uttu nn acorn smnll You will save floldcn iTlcdlcal Discovery and good dormuul nealli thu summer sky digestion n fair skin buoynut spirits vital Not unliko tho thrifty oak in its germ do strength and bodily health will bo estublUhed growth is consumption vclopcmcnt and lint even thi3 mighty foe of maukiud posi AU MAW Time tively yields to the wonderful curative propwhich is Scrofula of tho Lungs In nrrcsta erties of Dr Piercoa Golden Medical DisPain nnd cured by this remedy if taken In tho covery if taken early Dont be blind to earlier stages of tho disease From Its mar- Â¬ vour own interests and think yours a hope Trouble velous power over this terribly fatal disease less case This remarkable remedy has resWFEVERi when llrst oJTorhiKthiB now wnrld mmed rem Â¬ rran and will cued thousands Of druggists edy to tho public Dr Ficrco thought seriously of callln It his Consumption Cimis but abandoned that namo us too restrictive for We notice it is tuuioUy n skin Hint who n medlnino which from Its wonderful com- Â¬ to hide a crime Dithith iumyruir tries tsCl bination of tonic or strengthening ulUirutlvo m I1Y USING x r rtvi- 7TJ or blood cleansing uutl billnuii pectoral und nutritive properties ia uneiunled not only Usn Biiowns Biionciiiai Tnorurs for ns n reroclv lor Consumption but for ull a- - ila a Coughs Colds and all other Throat Troubles UAM Chronic DlacnKCM of tho rre cuilncutiy tho best Jtcv Jinny CREAM BALM Ward JJceewr Hoods Sarsaparilla Doses Ono Dollar - AD WAV S Â¬ Â¬ DYSPEPSIA forget-inc-no- is CURES ALL HUMORS Â¬ 1 - I Â¬ iy CatarrH T7xe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ moLm iv fe8foasE r CONSUMPTION CATARRH ELYS cvrw J- Woimi repeating u kiss Ilui I nylon h rtc Jrem ometimes particle Is applied Into ekeh nostril anil is airreen tile Irleo Mrrntsnt lmcrirltsi by mnll reiflstrred W cts KLY 1JUOT1IKUS JX urtennlcb bLNcw York A HAY FEYER Liver Blood and Lungs Tuosu whoso Complexions aro poor should use Glenns Sulphur Soap Hills llair Dye lUacIc or Uiown 53c To A nenr Blghtod person no ono fectiy plain I Is per fnm PA YSlhe FREIGHT A Ncalea Tlutt JONES xxsa Tor Wuaon Hutl liorluiti Bm and llrsm lli Qess diltis Anthmu Sovero Coughs and kindled tTcctlous It is nn eillclent remedy Sold bv Druggists at 100 or Hlx Doltlea Or For Wcnk Lungs Spitting of Dlood Short-of Dreath Chronic Nasal Cntariti llrou- Car Send ten cents In stamps fot Dr llereoa Address oli on Consumption Worlds Dispensary Medical Association w r nl JTlnln fit WfJFI rt AOO rD U rri 5c Tin smokers delight TaiuulPs Punch cigar 7 wax is considered superior to puiat to keep tin from rusting WniT-To-no Ucilc for tirt ptlrt llrt Btrry Bitsllvs Oil sal MlirM JONES OF IINQHAMTON prr 60 ht liiius BlNtillAitlTUN N V WEAK NERVOUS PEOPLE wllh And others iiormttrnmoiis rircMtu MAUNBTIO IIKIT THOU MMViJUfizir sands In -A Ixrv hfato In tho HtUTniflTV liistonlly X rnlinilia Y 10 vrnrs Whole family can ted iiiul sold frit Paten wrorninoflt FIMTIUrHPSIfcShOUIhHriw with injl bolts A will worthless Imitations HKTIUC Till HM lOlllUrilIIK 7U0run llnM hiinlstnniplor pnmphlet DR W J HORNE Iivrntor89atiasli ArClilrago fRIC advsriiso Im Tiik barbel is a firm believer In thu theory of rotation in crop An curly settler a man who pays for hta lodging beforo going to bud Jtxa bijiiuj Tun way of the transgressor is hard to get on to if the transgressor ir1 a trusted bauli official j sulferlnif KiKUmniiin niiiriuiris iviii and nil Clironle Rro iMifltlvely currd by lir iii T llrtaf V MAKIIATTAH DMT HAMMftltSS IIAMMERIESS I DALY IPIEPER THREE 8ASRCI CREECH 10A9JSS nvnovKitjtSii Mrichimt sli--- j nitrr Pound floating pond llllics - 9 1 PirZ mrklni lor us Airents tmifcrreit who can furnish I bo their own horses and kIvm their wliulo tlmo to emliimlness hinire iiunnriil tuny bo prulltnbly ployed also A lew vim ancles In towns und cities u lblt Alain IU Hichmond II K JOHNSON U SlOOtoSSOO Ml ftzS Send for Catalocuo of OpcclaUlci ts CI and 0G Chambers Street How York iiaiy uamn MEMORY Uiolkl ntlKt IIiiiih W Asron JidaiiP IIknja MlN MlMnn Ac Jliuuiof lnntiolutnliia l i slinU etits twoclsssenof aOKselmt Yl 4ml st lnurrsitf of Penn IlilU nt VllislorUlli arid threolufr cIsssrsslClisutsiKiioi lliilverslty Au PrOsixMtUsiiMT n frora PilOP LOIMrClTK 237 Filth Am X Y I pointed to the hnrbor Anil after thinking a moment one of the pupils asked Uoirc ono foghorn and one foghorn make toot Unit tfi Jarttgraplic two 0c boat and one boat ninko two boat said a Dnlntli kiuilcigortcn teacher as nho Its always RlfEUMAfiSM llvccur phlet ti m darkys before the dawn ns the fanner obtcived when ho heard a nolco in his melon patch at three oclock in thu morning Chart lou ATiiiNuthat grown upon you a wen Vutk Tim homo stretch LwetitCiUirit isi bt Improved Asthma Powder Instant ro Iinxs rtestl H3 CTMI91 iwf posltivo cure hundreds only Ul I lllllrt inoiiiiilr Utio dollar piickueo Fend stomp In cents Alldrnct ists Trial free Park ChlciiBO O HorriMiKli DriiKulst llncolu HUUOIUni4 Uvc 1IKNKDICTINI CO NEURALGIA nflCOIIDA now ready Send for i oiivlncp ymi Address Cincinnati Ohio NX pain Wholly tiiillltn nrtlflrlul ayntrnt Any hook Irurncil In one rrmllnu Tlcnramendl by t ajik Twain Hichaiu PnocTOit V lr Ma INFORMATION T THO Arkniipns Srnt free AdilK rteofUIHHO1 Lsd lasnalMlustrs U1TLU UOlti sX H AHk II OOLESERS nil RCi llablcdt A T PmiHtonH If Offlrrrs iiayIinun ty collcetuil lleoitcru relieved i3S yrurs iiraptire sneeess or mi fee lA WH KHiK A HON flftOUXirk i tlarlansll 0 iT Usikt UU a nap on tho lounge complete In each nnmberrnlso AUCInf liniCI HUVtLMoriei and essays MU per 110 for Mn copy to JIIPlNCOrrS MAiAlNIC Ililliulvlpliliu Ilnsliiesslijruntorini homes conducted ly corrcsiiomleneo liVistudeiiii last year Miortliuud by insll heml forrirt ulurs GOOD PAY Iloitiirnlde Us PURRY CORRESPONDENCE BUGINESS U slty IlltinirKli Pit Ienrn nin lljti Into Actual Pntetloi nt rout i UNIVER or llnlf Time Â¬ as the wheel said Yor make mo tired to the wagon maker tithbuiyh JlnUeHu -- 5 by mail IIHKt1HTKHtiVn HTTDY TO S8 A DAY Raniplrs worth SISO KICKK llnrMimt iinilrr thn hnrsrVfii t IVrllo UKlMIULIlLlltU Inif UlAKANTKKCU FARMERS rtillliilifsAl ncs llWIluoHtrerlMr tllMa IUIIyMIk Tkavei Is very heavy this Mvuon said the tired suburban ns the fat woman sat down and wedged hlin into about four inch Â¬ es of the seat A ninROAn horror tho train boy 1nci Badly winded the shoin monarch of tho v forest DitUtih IllTunnEs plenty of room at the top as the champagne remarked when it Ujw to ho dados head -- ItUnlE mrtlr Circulars n HP free llookkirpIncIVmiiniKliip Arltli Shorthand rtn tiiirtnihly taiiflit llltyiXrHtoiUii l UtrloN T RniiP MPII fr Poultry Cranulntcd UUnC milTiiliml oystnr fSlielU price 11st YOIHC CIIKMK 230 ANK UIIK i Ivst soil A MUSTU lofiifsirniirnf lhL irtlciH In llm rurll I simile hrtA AliiSlKt JAY ItllUSSOXlktmit Milli- - MUSBC sli lone and Solid for WtlllK Yuri Pu SKND FOK CATALOQUK llrUIIXK H Adre-rtlssm-- 1160 Hit MH7 Ysrt UKITINU TO AIlVtUTINKlrS PlfAMM a tint tnlr that you taur tba paper hears the dinncr MI he alwastiiertho Uianioiu at bin topmost speed II ayH t fuden n makuiga run for the home plate JJiiy Tin bobt potwd truoivr- - a letter litttit i Whkn Tom who is wry fond of baso ball 1 -- COCKLES ANTI BILIOUS IVr 3r3X4LS n Jlin-u-r- - THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY ciiAkv ciifrriiMiix Mv voiik KOH A lh Hie ft wpV pn1 rxponM WORK iirttl VitlmiloiHiim snil iriiulnr Irn PO VMKKHV Aueuu rfk V ft 1 1 UK MenUlnr llnltll Hr4 lt 10 So pFflrHrl He Ud4i Ji Mlttilien limusH O Uitr JUIv THE CKNJUHl A1AUAZI NK for tin coming year wlfi con tain ninttor of intovest to everybody The history of AIjim Iiiuii Lincoln ilutiiig tlm War tho personal inner hhory will bo rucountctl by thu privatt Buercturius of Mr Lincoln TJic Sihcriaii travuler George Keiinan wholiasjut returned fin in iviiiitfiil Imiiiikiv il li 110 tui livt I lieniirsh ilui it mill KSaMBSr iyV Huisiu undertaken with an artist at thu oxnciurt of Tim Sihorhiuud tio ExiiiSys- KXTUitY will innko his rciorton i tern in a annus oi papers which wiiiiihioiiiih ui worm iir Kcniian inudo thu porhoual iciiaintancu of esoiro SOO exiled Nihilists and LihcruN Kdward Eggleston null or of Tho Jcoryo W Catilo Frank K Stock Â¬ ilooscr Schoolmaster ton nnd other famous authors will furnish novels and noveU mu ill inn will ho iiiiTMlivox of ncmonul ndventtire ill tlm i llliliv ii Mii din itn with mi nrtielu 1tV Cicti Sherman II III llllllllllllK Strategy of tho War aiticles hearing ujum tho Iiitorintiinn TlittCruiii tin Siiudav rhool Lessons rloliy illustrated papers tin tho West Uslmliistrlosaim Hunts heautifiilly lllustmted nrtlelea on English Cathedrals etc otc V iM f1 ll liitllir rtloii lr Krrr fr i llPlllH UllUn It llllH ItLOIltly hCPR YIU CANNOT AIFOItll TO UK WITIIOlT TllK CKNTIMIV nald hv ii pronihionL paper that It Is doing mora than nuy other private agoncy of IimIuv to teach tho Amorlcnn peoplo the triui mimnliig of tho woriM Nalhm iht It Is n gnnt mwguzlno mid It Is doing a groat work and Demoeraev lernitt iiinMiiittlon of Tiik CkntukYIm Hlmut -- AOOO 8vn fo our illpMrntpd HilMi mill fnt tlm full iiiosiHiotun ami iiaithmlnM of A ISiKiiai OrtUK MmiiiIou this pnper Tin Csxuky Co lii EuU 17th St Kow y wk U K II ia r Jt- n iiim tiSi H7P M llim r - SJ - - - n B MA2GmmREJuD Subscription And MiHttJlo MO ItO AN COUNTV lMMJWM - TLB MlK iHlt Year Iii AIvaiicu- - inst WJJfrTABlE KiclArd D Nlckcll Ezrl Special CorrcHpondcnec Nov 28i Mnrricdj on ltKAt the 24th - -1 n li Nlckcll to Miss Alary 3Cntuckfjnd Southtlantic Railway 8liutdarUJmii 9 Q BaWJotlivcllrft So 2deilYcs KothwMl nt hWIHHU gcuixsjrf HEhinij 2ionHt8lovet HU1UJ than Mt M rtt 7 10A t A M M arrive a arrives at proving i John M Arnspargcr and wife will at Â¬ tend circuit court at Frenchburg this week C C Mnxcy and wife were visiting at Hazel Cireen last week The sick of the neighborhood are im- Â¬ UNE imini - - nriili t b A flal DOLLAR TabwDfD5lnsos 1 1 g H flB 1 I I 1 I FOR Rothwell iktviix Station and Hazel Green WnWleavw Mt SlerWi No M 4 L i r i Br M R sc lT r Ec l ft D Ife fctf bv anil lf7 l M trains on C fc O railway laylorJohiiBon sold a mule to J M Lexington Cincinnati ami Louisville coiiiiocIh at Jit Sterling with 1105 a Ileratt last wecx tor sun Thomas Lumpkins lias just returned A triiiii nn C ifcO lroni the East and 1MJ from Camptom i M trai from Louisville and Cinuiiuiati where he has been -Montgomery county court day xpeeinl painting r dives Uothwell illl tlin Ari Mnnilnv Iii ol William Havens and family arc visit- Â¬ Oiomh at7J0 a M arriving at Mt Sterling ing Tela tires at this place u 0 a M Ketnriiing leaves Mt Sterling Lindsey Louis who has 4 l M arriving at Kotliwull at IH0 v M fever for some time died been low with on tho 20th r p M Leaves Itothwell inr Mt Sterling at MarriedLast - week Dink Osbbrn to OEO It IIAKIKK Supi Miss Amelia PaekBoone Nickell and his bettor seven eighths cqmmohfcd honsekebpinglast week WHAT OUR MEfiSrtBOns ARE DOING Several conl banks have Tust hecii opened in tills neighborhoixfsoine of iCoinpllcclliy Coniily iT hHiiilcntH uml tnem in sigiit ot town There is no end Cnt aliil CoihIcummI from Our J to the coal in thifc country Ooiitemiiiintiiex Dr I M ThouuiH has quit handling the toll dish and is again feeling pulses 1IHKATJILTT OOlfNTVMiAinr Special Correspondence CfKASSY CitKiic Nov 2S Tackkon Nov Your C9r O D llyden of the IMctliocUAi Cliurch who was as respondent with a number of citiz6ns of signed to assist Prof Dickey in the Morgan county attended court at Mt Jtreathitt circuit during the present con- Sterling Monday We were oil and con Â¬ ference year preached Tin initiatory hcr sequently did not write for Tin Hiiam Some parties whoso nairies we failed mon last Thursday Thanksgiving Mr 0 geese and 300 turkeys is an earnest able preacher mid to get bought llyden We hiivo juuI can show you more Overcoats llian wo welcome him with outstretched arms in this neighborhood last week for which iney paid lair prices to our town clothiriu houses in Jjcxington together and The citizens of this county have sold Charles H StoU jof Lexington and will astonish you ai prices John II Goll of Clark county have just more fowls and eggs this year than ever fconeluded the purchase of several thou- - before in tho Kline length of time From wind acres of line coal and timber land what we can learn there has been over a iivthis county at prices ranging from thousand dollais in cash left in this Awo to three1 dollars per acre Let others neighborhood this year for fowls and eggs What section in the mountains come mid do likowise J Vis6 llagins George D Spencer can boat that Your correspondent paid Fzol a visit and Kobt 1j Patrick a trio of Jacksons last Saturday ami while there spent a jiolite beaux ate turkoy and drank Fields of that tit Samuel Jetts on the Middle Fork on abort time with While then- Mr and Mrs Fields Thanksgiving day Va are going next place Lime The ivummivwu ilidnt en ihU iiirnished us some of the finest music we timo is known only toii few coulidcutial ever heard Mr Pit Id iisim flu viiUi and his wife th pjafTB Jtaing vorv fond friends 7tf lackson now wears a business like ap- - of injiie we wish tcfrVturn our thanks iiwaniimiBwiwrfimwiifiPiimiiiiiimjirjitiifwi vfMAfcMwinT4ir9 r pfvwwwgawBinnifri Our merchants all have their tnWf Fiiddn iiudlady for tli way they pcnrjince well laden with good wliile mir ciiterLained usuid wq hope to bo able shelves now oiiurUmiioo and academy buildings to cull again soon ParmarH generally jiro done gathering -- n rapidly bein n Ve expect completed long to be the lackhon of the iuture corn and are preparing wood Jor the urn 0 winter Ok Tin Wintkii Jind forge the Jackson of the past Schoolable all very nearly out Anions t the teachers of our county Wo noticed in f Ma YTftwx Nov 28 Water is plenty if y town last Saturday VK Urvant V libre once more i an w T Mcintosh S S Taulbco and Jasper c T if V ii crn prencunu a very liiter Davis These young men are all Undent eUngoruiortnt tho VVard ijuhool house S of Jackson Academy are iirst chibs teacJi- - Inst Sdnday C King Fonl one the bejt dookinir cra anil well ireiired for any a vocation In liru dr Bryhu t contemplatw entur- - drummers that cnitie to our town wa ing upon the study of the law while the here today mliciting onlers for clothing Rev Andrew Stiiiipcr will preach here otiiers will rctumtt their studies in tin 4iiulemy with the opening of its uesion iietirnuininy nigut ami Sunday at 11 n ti niiUK iJrothnrKrb is expected to be in iauuary i i in Vc expect in a few weeks to be able ini llllllllllll 1 Cnit MahfccV inreparihir tobnild vwiKJve tiii iianuv oi iiiosc wno will as alst Prof JJickev in training the miudr lame warehouse near his mill for the of those who sllhll seek instruction in purpose of kccniiiir lumber in so that he th ways of wisdom during the coining can accommodate his customers at any session of Jackson Academy Prof JJicji timo they call on him lie in running a nwwwwwmiwiwiMfiiwi aviiwtiwianwiiTMWwxwMttWTmjuuM imtm cv will largely control the selection of team daily hauling lumber from his u w these asaistanbi and considering hix ex mill to thid place a distance of three purienco inlhia Ifno it is safe to say that mile Mnytown is on a boom in the way of Jiis work will bo done up brown The school will be a success the social feature improvement of tho town will be uiistirpisicd and the During the winter the blood gets thick religious interest will not be neglected Lot all who are thirsting after knowledge and sluggish now is the time to purify it to buihl up your system and lit your come and drink at the fountain self for hard work by using Dr j II Pox in the lastissueof Tur Hpkaui jposc d as u lecturer and admonished us McLeans Strengthening Cordial and Purifier 100 per bottle Sold thatwe would do well to have nothing Blond 11 Swango Hazel Srecn to say in regard to tho religious proclivi by AND ties of tlamo who are religiously at outs COUNTV VA in the religious town of Campton Now Air Rex it wernt us we- never said Sjiccinl Cnrrchpondenre nothing no how Ckdau RirrK Xov 17 Thos Hurt Lour Okkkk Nor 27 Troublesome from near JcHerMiiiville has moved to Creek seems to be unlucky Tor deputv this place having bought the Winco w kiuiw mm to he a good slufrills On tho 28th ofMav 187 Dep propcriy uty Sheriff J S Purk of Iheathitt einn citizen and lusirtily welcome all such to ty aocidenUdly shot Jiimself in the leg our little J village o o a Roy M Johnston preached to a tin Ganey u tributary to Troublesome AwMjmmwmtM wiiti today at the mouth of Russells large congregation at this place last Sunday Branch about two miles below Laney on MrsC Kendrick and children started Troublesome Red Sam Xapier deputy shcrifl of Perry county on his return to their Western home this morning from taking a man by the name of Cody They have been guests of the Pcery to tho penitentiary accidentally shot his house for some four or live months Vat Steele while on his wav to Salt Horse through the neck which fell on Napier smashing his big jug and came villo for produce for Capt Davens had a fine horse to die He had been offered very near breaking his leg Nathan Fuirato and Win Ininn 125 for him Mrs Combs have taken up arms against each UlTrtMl Pete Langfordwhih placing her 11 I I 11 Liu iiuuiib iii tln 1iuoiLa iiati nor rioiouiir i other and troublo is expected catch fire and no one being near she was lUiKitni TnucKtf fatally burned Infore re oued She only lived two days in which time Astonishing Suocoss ie was It is the duty of every person who has tortured beyond expression Tho be Â¬ used Roschees Ocrnuin Syruj to let its reaved have our sympathy Railroads aro still booming wonderful qualities be known to I heir Dot in curing Consumption friends severe Pains in the small of the hmL-- iiwitA Coughs Croup Asthma Pneumonia and a diseased condition of the Liver or Kid in fact all throat and liimr diseases No nerson can uo it without immediate re neys which mav be easilv removal hv Jicf Three doses will relieve any ease the use ot Dr J IL MeLeans Liver anil 100 per bottle Sold and wo consider it the duty of all Drug Kidney Halm gists to recommend it to the poor dvin by CI P Swango Hazel Green consumptive tit least to try one botll ws 80000 dorcn Imtths were sild hit TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK your ami no one caw whero it raid w reported Such a medicine as the O MT STICKLING KV man Syrup can not he too widely kuowii Ask your druggist about it Samiu Ketun IjoUlci ti try noli at JO M lUGSTAlT President iro 7ft eenH Sold hv all OMUintiai in Uio United Suites nd iVinndu Dealers V W THOMSON Cashier tf -- riven at Ilothvull m JO j m Juaven Kothudl at 1lf p M arrives location lit Mt Sterling at T10 i m Thomas Walter of Red connects ai Mt Sterling with llOo a cated at this place at MO m Freeling Taylor and wife from fancy wcro in town last week looking after a River has lo- Â¬ 1 CcjCoiiiicets with trains on K S railroad morning and eyeung Huel Jreen p in and careful drivers well Fare S2 aSRsclteS Leave Hnzel i 1 p in Iy ireen i a in Uotliwell nt ur J u mi Coiatoitulile Jut ar tv R HANKS CO We will put on sale the best value in an WHOLESALE EASTEllK KENTUCKY cJp A Unlausidried S h i rt- Ever offered in Lexington No 29 Vine Street - 29Jov Â¬ A White Shirt at 89 Cents all the CINCINNATI WORD WITH nMr WA Harbison Gathright SADDLERY HARNESS AND COLLARS 7o7 70 A that 711 fVIX SlUliKT LOIISVILLI KV Ivy LOUIS GUS STRAUS i J OF R TFRVKR Headquarters Mt Sterling nriTrsiiNTixfj LEADING CLOTHIERS Green n i - Vlitifale Dealers in Huffakr to Co Lexington Ky BOOTS AND lie SHOES Cni v Mnin si LonsviLi kv Will he at Mt Sji rhnt every County foini Y nl return to us iiii u iit IS i i u vclnl lull Vi f miioiliii jrreat value and importance to you thit will Marttni in luisiiif uhieli iLl lnin f vtm in in ire money riijlit away tliun aiutliin TRIMBLE BROTHERS UN iiiili M 1 1 rr--- ii S V fnf m gab ianK0 i MT STERLING KY ill uif MHUI AIIVHIIC caii Ok the uul and live at limne Kiilit rMix all jije Stiiin tliinu new that just coins inoiitv all wrktr We will stirt you eipind int ntfiltil This one of the inline iinpm J host iiin i haiiei of a lifelinuulmuiv it in it niiil enif rpiitiiig will nottlhu iiaml titfil fr AiMifSN TlilLAIn Aiisrute Maine fr - - HIIINKLKV iiai i GRUJJIiS ks ix -- Respectfully Invite the Mountain Merchants to Examine their Stock and Prices before purchasing mmwgiiiffwiy STOYESTIH PLATE SHEET IRON Tinners Stock Mantel Ami Manufacturers of 302 Ku t Plain Stamped and Japanned Tinware Wrsr Main Srumrr We ati ini to 207tii St LOUIiSVILLK KY a vi 201 Â¬ 28 30 and 32 W Main Street 10 HAZEL GREEN Â¬ taziviii MBWml Fall Term Begun MONDAY AUGUST - and 12 South Broadway LEXINGTON KY yuo ooooooo IStb 1887 Â¬ usvNow clean lnrpje wcll vcntilatcd buildings iurnish cd with new iniroved school furniture Full Corps Competent Teachers 5 1 FURNITURE WALL PAPER DRAPERIES K6STuition cidental able Board and InExpenses Iteasoim Â¬ For further information cull on fr BTf 5u or address Hazel Green Academy Co liiiyel Ireen Wolfe count Ky ART GOODS Abe Bloch Mniiufaeliirprsanil Co - vm DlULXriXiRS Mrtglstrwtes can get htnnk Warranto Executions and Replevin Ponds at thb Jamim Onoiiv Avimrw Fiwum Mt 2f contx per juir Sent by iiiull Pit IL It Dkakk J T Hhiiilavd wi tttcolpt of prices Mrzur In addition to our already immense stock Mens Youths Boys and we have just added many novelties in each Childrens department making our house one of the most evtensive in the State and enabling us to offer bargains that cannot be duplicated elsewhere VWe cordially invite your attention C F BROWER 122 Vine Street CO Cincinnati O Si Lexington Ky WliuletiU Denlerom 47 Ik