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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jriS j y Tv iT rT ta o MF WF imilwMiimM wimiwiuinwiiuigl urn n I HMW1 In MMF mm m mill 1lll II in iii mud nJiWW o xi - - Derelopweat of Ewtora KfBtaoky w U vi i uj j SPENCER OOOPEft Owner anifcdltor J- - Devoted to tho VOL X III Attorney-at-La- w HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIQAY DECEMBER 9 1887 I -- NO 40 Ik HAZEL GREEN KY Will nraotico in all the Court of Wolfe Powell Menifee and Breathitt counties Titles examined abstracts furnished tax ex paid for non reoidonU real estate bought and sold Collections a specialty And Real Estate Agent LOUIS STIX k CO EASTERN KENWOKY WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING WHOLESALE DEALERS IN JOHN H EVANS HAZEL GREEN KY lit a61y4 6 MtiNL AND UNION STREETS Compllod by County Corronponieiitana Cat and Condensed trom Our Contemioratlos i i BREATHITT COUNTr Respcotfnully solicitis the patronage of the public and will attend promptly to all bus luess entrusted to his care Examiner of Depositions for Wolfe county NOTIONS THIRD RACE err T SWANGO l i il Cincinnati HAZEL GREEN KY Deputy County Court Clerk of Wolfe with promptness and dispatch Will attend to all business entrusted to hitn After Fort r TC4lV in tb 01 sun rejiauonIIundrM Ons hn ia Thomiand sppllcfttlont for toe United KUtei and rorisn coon trie tti pnblliher of tb Sctantia American continue to act aa eollcttors forpatentcTeti United 8tat and etc forthe to obtain patenU in Canada 15 ng land Franoe Germany aud all otber oouniriea Theireiperl nco la unequaied and their faoillue are umar- UrawluK and epclflotlone prepared and filed n the Iatent Office on ahort notice Tenni Terr reaconable No oharge for examination of model r drawing Advice by mall free Fatenti obtained through MimniOotrenoMoed mthe SClKiVTIPIC AMK1HCAN whleh ha the largest olrenlatlon and li the moil Influential o iu kind publlahed in the world ha adrantagea of auoh a notloe orerr patent andentanda Thli large tnd eplendldlr JllmUated newpap UpoblUhod VBBKliTlt 300 a year and Js admitted to be the best paper deroted to aoienee meohanioa luTentioni engineerins workl and ether department of Indastriat progrew pnb llihed In any country It eontalne thenaraee of all patonteoe and title of erery inyentlon patected eacn week Try U four moutha for one dollat Bold by all newadealfra If jou hate an Inreatlon to patent write ta Jtnnn ACo pnbliahera of 8clentlflo Amerioasaj Ilroadway York mHandbook 5ew patenU mailed fr About mMkwLmmmmW KL W Mm UCSisflfVH A A llAITa falsi TQAKER BACK J oxperienc Attorneys-at-La-w A C Baker JACKSON J J C Back J Breathitt County KENTUCKY prtt JO C LYKINS County Attornoy Real Estate Agont and Notary Public Practices in all Courts in Wolfe and Adjoining Counties and Court of Appeals drColicctions a Specialty CAMPTON WOLFE COTJKTY KY Â¬ R J A TAULBEE - Physician ana Surgeon Hazol Green Wolfo County KENTUCKY J L Dunlap I fiJ R PunlapgWG Barrett GEO E WHITT k OfEIliottCountyi DUNLAP BR0S1C0 WITH Co1 Henry Knoefel SL IbDIflVIlAKKY Solicits the patronage of Easterhentuckyi lor JUlanK uookb uians ac oin W Market SADDLERY HARNESS ETC AND DEALRKS Wholesale MiiuufaetnrorB of IN iiazei urecn The tiimers have completed their work on the court house CAMPTON KY - Some of tho young folks of our town had quite an enjoyable social and candy Represented by BOB tfUNNELLY party at J Mnovvdens Saturday night 8 S COMBS iBOPBIKTOB a201y The social under the management of The patronage of thrrtraveling public is our urbane and irrepressible county at- Â¬ respectfully solicited Table the best and Exchange Bank of Kentucky torney D B IJedwiiie was extremely overy attention for the comfort ofiguosts i pleasant while the candy managed by KSTABLIgnKD IN 1850 Miss Julia Mcintosh was indescribably TUGGLE nice We were there under somewhat wrn a Capital Stock IOO000 embarrassing cirrumstahec but we did Co full justice to the candy nevertheless 8URPLUS 1841428 JOBBEU8 OF and long for nnothcr liko that occasion 10MBS HOUSE SADDLERY HARDWARE wards of Mt Sterling repreaentiug tho Staunton Lifo Association of Virginift and the Hoflinnti Agency pf MU Stqrling was in town n fow days last week Judge W II Blaptonha8Ju8frcturncd from a business trip to Camp ton Mrs J C Patrick who has been very ill for several days is convalescing Mr Brazleton rcprecMitiii a hardware Iionse of Knoxvillc Tennessee wan iu town last Friday Mn Clark the lightning rod man of Hazel Green is iu town J WTaulbee County Superintcudeu was at his office last Saturday receiving school report Mr Taulbeo has made a vigilant and efficient officer and is well pleased with the result of the years work which no huh liinugunucu Sherman Cope hour eyes df Upper Frozen and A F Lyon of Frozen Creek are visiting triemla and relatives in Leo and bcott counties Virginia Lapt A L Ilagius principal of tho consolidated schools at Crockettsville Jb visiting his parents across tho nauhan die having suspended his school until after the holidays The officers and the teachers of tho Sunday school decided at their last meet ing to have a Christmas tree at the Pros bvterian church on Christinas Eve Let all who are iu quest of first nitu entertain- Â¬ ment come and sec Jackson in her hol Â¬ iday attire and witness Jackhona ability to entertain in firstclass style Wc uotjeed jn last weeks issuo of tho Three Forks Enterprise a very newsy and interesting letter from Dr WT Wilson of Hnrard The Doctor is a fluent wri- Â¬ ter and would confer a favor on a largo cirrle of fricudB and acquaintances by giving an occasional Jctter to Tin Ueu Let us hear Irom vou Doctor AM Itev Howard Fallen preached at tin Presbyterian church at this placcSunday and Suhdav nicht Prof Dickey has jnst Tctttrncd from Jackbon Ky Special Correspondence Dec 5 S H Ed- Â¬ 728 and 730 W Main St LOUISVILLE KY TAXBTtTEtJUCOUNTrjf VA Our school taught by Mrs Mary Niclc oil wm close i riuay lutn instv nouasj tU u SpeiaiiCorrespndeaH mere never cntiro satisfaction giveu Ckdar Bluip VA Nov 34- - Mrtk the least troublo in any of her Li i ford noe Miss Helen Leelio of Pike schools ut this placo iil tuo iik inojoryoi it - IT villo Ky who for tho pastoight weeks ht uuunesvcciioncoirl Court at Covinctou passed through been sutrering with typhqiu anl pneu monia fovers died last night at 6 oclock hero Sunday on his way to that place Steve Picratt whilo playing base ball Though bIio had not been among us long ladi Saturday cauchb a ball that broke sue had lorruod many lasting acquaint one of his Angers backwards at tho joint atices and all who ktibtv her loved her vr lxicknart ISlib liad hot spoken but tho one word tho bono protruding being present sot it immediately and it Motjlipr fpr Jivo days To tho bereav Â¬ ed husband and Borrowing mothor broth is now doing woll llov D G Combs is homo again Ho fijr and sisters in a distant land we tend- has just finish pd Jiis years wjrkw His Arl litniAMiu niMMilliti I Miss EllaMcNiol who has been visit report fpr the year is 422 sermons atldiiions organized twenty tliree graver ihg ut this place loft for Liberty Hill mceiiugs ana nine Sunday Bchools This Quuday accompanied by J B Hurt P 01 I 1 is a little more than douplo tho work of lOt win ieavo ft tnoro in a iow uays ior ou fill any evangelist ever ricnt out by the her forrncr homo in Bristol Tenucssco Last Sunday tho Cedar Blufl Sunday Christian church in this State Bluht School Superintendent appointed a com- Â¬ mittee of four viz Misses Julia Cecil Lizzlb Repass Magglo Wingo and L K Enjoy Life Nixon to collect monev for our autici- What a truly beautiful world wc live LpatodJCmas tree Tlo committoo haa ini iNuturc gives us grandeur of moun Â¬ oniy canvassea inrco uays anu nave near- Â¬ tains glens and oceans and thousands What will tboy have of menus of enjoyment Wo cap desire ly fifteen dollars no better when in perfect health but against Xmas Mr and Mrs T M Cubino of this how often do tho majority of people feel like giving it up disheartened discour- Â¬ place were summoned to tho bcdsldo of aged and worn out with disease when a dying father yesterday Mrs Cubinoa there is no occasion for this feeling as father Wm Jones of Liberty Hill has every suuerer can easily obtain satisfac paralysis- Will and Goorgo Steele of Pikcvillc tory proof that Greeus August Flower Ky aro visiting their brother Pat Steele will make them free from disease ns when born Dyspepsia and Liver Com- Â¬ ut this place Tims Cecil tho step father of Mrs plaint nro the direct causes of seventy Amos Lipford deceased is up from Pike five per cent of such maladies as Bilious ness Indigestion Sick Ilcadnchc Cos villo Ho anu stop son Farmer IiCBlie tiveness Nervous Prostratidn Dizziness paid Jefferson villo a visit ypstcrday E H Scott was registered at Surfaco of tho Head Palpitation of tho Heart Throo hotel Jcflcrsonvillo last Monday and other distressing symjitom Thnnksgiving dafl llev P J Lock doses of August Flower will prove it hart preached at tlip Hall today a very wonderful effect Sample bottles 10 interesting sdrmpn Ho also preached conts Try it there last Sunday Rev Mr Doggelt of tho Presbyterian COUNTY XET01IER Qhurch will preach hero noxt Sunday Spocial Correspondence night Tho Phllofnathcan Literary Society 14 A WniTKanuna Ky November and cheeks fro Â¬ aud tho railroad aro still flourishing very cold snap recently 71lftTf zen up Tho two membcrsolcct of tho Baptist Far bettor than tho harsh treatment Church were baptised on Cowan Creole of medicines which horribly gjripo tho bunday t last Hiram Hogg Esq of Boonovillo is in Ilnltcnt nnd destroy tho coating of tho stomach Dr J H McLeans Chills town this week yot P W lfall of Perry county was at Â¬ and Fover cure by mild GO eflectivo ac- Â¬ tion will euro Sold ut cents atbottle tending Circuit Court here this week is Sold by G B Swango Hazel Green JasM Hill of Wiso county Va hero this week repair ilg watches jewelry 1 -- 1 --l Â¬ i i i -- iii Â¬ c In iVognrd to Schools J a Ringgold 95 and 97 JR i Boots and Shoes WEST TEAR STREET Free Address Geoiioe StIHSOK Portland Maine Trompt attention given to the collection WORKING CLASSiare now prepared to of debts and the patronage of the people of the mountain counties is especially sofurnsh all classes with employment at home licited J G TRIMBLE Prcsidont the whole of the time or for their spare LESLIE THOMSON Caihicr Business now light and profitn momenta -- osily earn from KY MT STERLING 1nrHoiiH of either sex rtil to 3 per evening and ft proportion r0 cents ate sum by devoting all their time to the business Boys and girls earn nearly aamucn d mn Timt nil who see this inav send their atidreas and test the business we wake this offer To such a iiroiot welbhatiliedj AND we will send one dollar to pay for the trou i ble of writing Full particulars and outfili Â¬ CINCINNATI OHIO mchange Docs a general banking bu sincM anu is the only lankiri the city that sells Foreign i jaSlyJ C D LANCELLS ASTHMA CATARRH REMEDY SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIRTS at Ezei keep on hand amc line cu county I mUr 0f Clocks Jew elrr and Watches Also a line of fine Spec tacles and Eye glasses Will sell goods at citv prices an d guarantee satisfaction Repairing a specialty and work warranted T F CARR Respectfully Ac lTiavjlocftted fea wiH Mor- Â¬ m o Â¬ W H GILLIS WITH McCORD AYDELOTT Wholesaled Hatters No 613 West Main St n r B C 1 Louisville Ky H m J CLARKEJ WITH j Sir vers -- Cars ou 037 West Miin Strcot LOUISVILLE M tfly Having struggled 20 veari butwecn life and death with ASTHMA or lHTHISIC treated by t mlnent physicinni and receiv ing no benefit I was compelled during the laRt 5 years of my illnubs to sit on mv chair day and night gasping for breath My suf ferings wore beyond description In deMpair I experimented on myself bv compounding roots and inhaling the medicine thiiH obtain ed I fortunately discovered this WONDK1U FUL CORE FOR ASTHMA AND CATARRH warranted to relieve the most stub born cae of ASTIIM A IN FIVE MINUTES Special Correspondence so that the patient can lie down to rest and Ezel KY Dec 5 The recent rains Please read the followsleep comfortably have put nn end to wnter hauling at this ing condensed uxtracts from unsolicited tesplace all of recent date timonials Mr Cravens the undertaker from OH ver V R Holmef San Jose Cal writes I find the Remedy all and even more than Hnzel Greon was in town last week represented I rvccivc instantaneous relief The dear little Scorcher failed to comd K M Carson A M Warren Kan writes in last week Sped itsficorched awayi Was treated by eminent physicians of this to nothiu country and Germrmv tried the climate oi Our vnunir folks called a social at different States nothing afforded relief like James Nickells Saturday night Ao your preparation L IJ Phelps P M GrlKgs Ohio writes doubt they said lots of love words 1 tr rinnniu in mnlfficr nrrjiliwrrtfifihn Jiiirrrd with Asthma 40 years Your medi Girls cine in 3 minutes does more for me than tho tobuild a dwe rncr at this place most eminent physician did for me ia thre dont bother TVlillard with your smiles yCH C Plimpton Jolict 111 writes Scnd and lovo letters til he gets his houae Catarrh Remedy nt once Cannot get along built V B Lykins who Jias been sick for without it I find it to bo the most valuable sometime is out again medlciuo 1 have ever tried We have many other hearty testimonials The ladies of tins vicinity nro making of cure or relief and in order that all suffer arrangements to give a splendid ice cream ers from Asthma Uuturrh Hay Fever and supper at this placo Christmas Eve tho kiudred diseases may hava nn opportunity proceeds to be used in buying a stoVe of teitliiB the value of tho Romedy we will Ac for tho new church at tills place TRIAL PACKAGE if ml to any addn If your druggist falls Everybody invited and R gobd time FttKK OF CHARGi to keep it do nut permit him to sell you soino expected Girls if you httvo any deairo or choice worthies imitation by bis representing It to ba just as good but send directly to us in marrying a young man we would Write roar name ano address plainly advise you to not gut Within sparking AddreM J ZIMMKUMAN 4Cp Props s rflitanca of the widowers WkolcMlt Druwr UU Wooiter WijfieC If yeu do tVi good by gal ox by wan iw ju uy Okio Fwll iU Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ now-a-duy- Prof John L Thorns Tiio act of the last General Assembly Knott county was An town this sweolc providing for tho monthly payment of lie reports that tho prospect for a good common school teachers illustrates how school at Carr Academy is veryencqurHg- - ycry tjhficujt it is to enact laws that will The second term begins Jan una give goiifirul satisfaction to tho people in 1888 If there was any one act Of tlio bist ses Â¬ S B Dishnian attorney atJaV Bar- Â¬ sion which seemed ihorri popular than all bour ville has been in town attending1 others it was this law The Three Forks Entorprisej however doubtless echoing to icgat Business lor several days Circuit Court convened Monday with too sentiment oi the people iu the moun with some exceptions Judge Lilly presiding Commonwealths tain district says attorney Marrs wUb proihptlyon hand easy tiling iortuo A Valuable Modlcal Treatise and is prosecuting law breakers with a wealthy counties of tho State to borrow Tho edition for 1888 of tho sterling vim that reflects credit on Jiimsutf aud money ana pay in this way put our Medical Annual known as llostetters his county mountain countips cajifc hftbrd it Wo Almanac is now ready and may bo obA grand jury was impaneled wjtb El- contend furtheV tliut it is tiot right for tained free f cost of druggists and der Wm It Craft foreman tho countieH t6 pay the salaries of the general country dealers in all parts of Squire Jenkins and llov Elijah W Cotinty Superintendehtri Tho school the United States Mexico lin indeed Baker arc amolig tho older members df fund is set apart fonuchool purposes and in every civilized nortiotvof tho Wotcfrn the petit juiors and Profs JT Lewis UUpilb HI lyiUII IIIU uxpuiiHCr VI HO This Almaiine has been and W R Adams are among tho young- schools If the 22g on tho 100 worth Hemisphere issued regularly aC the commencement er members uf tnxubjp property devptcd to school of every year for over one fifth of a c2n The usuaf quota of attorneys arc purtioses is not large cnougji let tl0 Leg tury It combines with the soundest in attendance ut the present term of the lslaturw increase H until i will create a practical advice for the preservation ami court Sevcral parties have been tried fund adequate for the payment of the restoration of health a large amount o for pistol gaming and votetfclJing and teachers Cdudty SupcrlrTtcndcMitsand all interesting and amusing ligjit reading I many of them hnvc been convicted other exnenecs IV l and the calendar astronomical circula ijr hi iiitliunll Thoqnestlon involved in this protest 1111 ijuboiuii rtlt Jimiu tions chronological items c arc pre- passed through herb last vdMc tli fottfe willuio doubt bo fully considered by the pared with great care and Will be found to Maces Crcfck Perry dminty whlJre hd next General Assembly If it is possible entirely accurate The issuo of llostet- tis i uriu a ilarge ciiihs ihi touhiI iiiuiio to amend tho law so ai to seaure to to ifii ters Altnannc for 1888 will probably be Tho trial of Samuel and Elijah Wright tcuphcrs tjiq advantages of the present tho largest edition of a medical worlcovor charged with murder will i begin tomor- Â¬ statute mid rqiuvo tho counties of a published in any country The proprie- Â¬ row morning A jury has been ordorpd burden the esiubfishcd policy of tho Co Pitts from Perry county Uostettor tors Messrs Legislature in fostering and improving burg Pa on receipt of a two cent stamp Samuel Necco has ljcn giypn one year qur common sqhdbl system will certainly will forward a copy by mail to any one in thcpeuitcntiaryforobtHiniig moiiey provide a remedy for iniy real grievance person who cannot procure one iu Ins and nronertv under faIspnrctcnfl6tVvo Frankfdrt Cnpltah neighborhood i P W F pounds of tobacco ui lb II Honoro andiOlivor Jackson of MOUQAN COUNTY Sick headache is tho banoof many Chieaun Ben Crawfprd ut Louisville Â¬ Â¬ of Pinetop A lr Â¬ ii i Ji dokted on genofal nllhirs exTircsscd his opiriioiis freely and predicted a bright taKunlLJi tw6 tTcekzmeclmgof future for Ensturn Kentucky Mr Groom the ChristnuUChufcB reultctl inaorty is at the held of the largest cattle com Â¬ five laddilionii tyo wks of Baptist pany fa the wnrhL t j rtiiiiiliLrutiLiiJ S0 bred tweiltv fivuaddl During tti6 winter tho blood gets thick Lions tortile church nnd dow tlioPresbT1 noV is tho time to purify OlmWih ifl boldimr a hrotracUui ahdsluglish tiTinn mcitlfii in which much interest isuWi- it to build up your system and fit yonr for1 Hard work by Usliig Dr J IH irested by tho aimuunit yVrFraufort n AldLcanvr3 Strongllienlng- Cordial and Capital Blood Furifidr 100 per bottle Bold Dr Js n McLeans Strengthening 4y G B Swango Hazel Green i i Cordial and Blood Purifier by its vital izing properties will brighten mile cheeks Magistrates can get blank Warrants and transiorm a puie inigarudiapiriteu Execution and lloplpvih Bonus at thw woman into one of HpKrKliligliiMltli and office at 25 cents por quiro Bant by Mail 100 por iKitllt Sold by G on receipt of price beauty B Swango Hazel Gaen Pains in thn amall of tho back IndlcaU hi A J Wood of this place iu digging a dlseaAei condition of the Liter or Kid a Well a fow days sinco at the depth of nys which may la aaily rMHOVMl by thlrtytwo feet struck what mhis to ba the u4e ot J II McLwwia Livwaiw a vary rich depolt of xlue W will Kliinir BmIhv 100 H give a dacrIptioa oC It Mxt wwk Uj Q U wafO Um ar i J Hi li i H lives To cure aud preventthis annoy ing complaintuise Dr J II McLeans LittjoLWer and Kidney Fdleta- - They arc agreeable to takeand gnUoi their old byG B acMqin 2i cents a yjnl Swangolljtzcl Grfeji i Â¬ audB ii Qrpom of Texast were regiM timbef aud mineral rcsocurcsof that sot- tion Mr Ilohpre who seenisto be well terqd it the Combs Houe in Campion lost Tuesday night Thoy wero ep routo to Breathitt county to invcstigato tho frlti lr VlL U i i i i - sf - Ir ir Mlk i -ijr i V vf daafjer that I jihnlh cvcr rtpcat ray -- li3S5 V UM wm l1 BEB55 two fi- atrho amo timcdn the same yard A nmii I ifot likely I iftike a but Louifl Huntor kncwiiothlhgof tliis f foot of himself three times witkt ono A cold sweat stood out onliis forehead griWCEnt6XEIL lLnnetif woman But I toll you us her foioth Could this ho nskou of himself be tho J S erf that llelen has tlirown Hwayuh a speriter ot the- - bark he had straUdoil J Jfc AZEL GREEN KENTDCKT eliunco of a fortuuo us she will notsoou and burned ia tho Bahamas come up get again here to betray him A marine glass Mrs Willis looked with unconccaleu Liy on the tabic he snatched it up and Trie REALRlSFWWflAB C f - u 11 I 1 St Is a grand ana gjorious thing to bo Upon tfeo hip while dawn unvails the skies 9o watch the frtdea glows Increase and see Tno sun irom out tho flashing blllowH rise Dlipolling nights encircling tnVt thai files Sefore Its faoo like Arabs oer their drear And desert pUuiarcwhen wll4 resound the crio s Of Fly oh fly if lift thou holdout dear Earths awful scourge Is loosed 1hb dread J imooniancal I H f To Cratch thellgniof morning steal among The nigged peaks thcn swiftly flashing cr The distant hilltops downward roll along Towake tho sleeping vales to llfoonce moro To wach a fleecy cloud high upward nour On wings red tipped with brlgh Auroras bcanj Then drifting onward to the western shore TJprear its airy towers there and soem Liko some resplendent dome reared in a mid- night dream It Ii a grand and glorious tblngto be TJpoa the hills with no compunlon neart To watch thq fading scenes beneath and soe Tho moon beam out tUo ocounss wave ap pear To climb the wild nnd trackless peaks thut t roar Their dusky heads against the moon bright sky And standing mid tho deathly stillness vhear From Ait the shadowy woodlands runglbg high A night hawks piercing scream or whipwills lonely cry i Â¬ among the rooks tho creeping wind Steal slowly round then mounindto nwny As If Its joyless mission was to find Tho missing graves where lovod undlost ones lay To watch the jagged lightnings ceaseless play Along yon dark and distant ridge and see The storm king marshal out tils grim array Of whcoling syuadrons a with ouruluss glee Ho shnkofl tho glunt hills with masked artillery ToTjcqY Â¬ ir Thoso nro tho Scenes q All tho heart with awe Arjd cnuso tho blood to thrill along the veins To fill tho soul willi rapture nnd to draw Tlio ihlild iron thought or low and sordid gains f For mind ttrd scones which none but Nuturo I roigne The mind forgetting mnrtuls greed and care Breaks from tho guldunoo of its earthly f reins And on swift fiery pinions cleaves the air And for tho moment soars where utiglcs would not dure SytlHty Wilton in X Y fndfptRttent J 3 Ik A Captains Money a la M - Tale of Buried Treasure Cuban Revolt chose and Adventure Upon the Seas Thank you maam I feel tire that your husband will bo pleased that you have invited me here The Captains chamber ia immedi Â¬ BY JAMES FRANKLIN WTTS ately over tins room said Mrs Willis You may occupy it When he is Copyright M7 by The A X Kfltog Xewpaitr away I always sleep with Helen down CompiMi disgust upon Hunter Her mtnd to the stores bhe had learl his gaming roirpfcfiKv M that1 myTdaughtol8N heart was qn gaged it was not tho part pf gentleman to try to win it Atffor wealth the principles I have taught her would forbid her sharing our ill gotten gains even if sho were wholly free An angry retort wai on his tongue but prudeneo bade him repress if Mrs Willis sat up stiffly evidently waiting for Hunter to take his leave But ho had very different intentions He assumed a pleasant smile and deferential manner and tone when he next poke I should hone he said thnt no unplea8antnoss may remain frotftwliat has just occurred 1 hope so from a selfish reason of my own among others 1 Ws hopeful that I might bo afforded the hospitalities of thisousft for a few days Mrs Willis looked really troubled Nothing could have been more disagreeable-than such a prospect yet she felt to somo extent under obligations to Hunter Not an hour had passed since he had brought her the news that relieved her mind of its distressing anxiety Yet she felt that the request was ono that ha never should have made and that his presence iu Ihoj limine- would cause Helen to leave it Sho hinted tins us delicately as pos sible but ho alToetod not to understand her moaning he explained The fact is that the Mix affair and some other foolisli things that I have done about here Will make it safer for me to seclude myself while I stay in Irovincetown Its a quiet retired place here and your husband gave me memoranda from which to write some letters and make out some accounts for Jiiin which are of much importance It will take at least two days to do this I came hero stealthily without attracting observa- Â¬ fear that 1 could not get tion but away in the same manner Tho artful falsehood- prevailed and Mrs Willis Voluntarily told Hunter that he could remqiu a few days if he adverted -- Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ - iit pour PAKT III CIIAPTBn H COHTINUEQ IIo had Leon talking a while before tho sound of his voico ponctratod tho abstraction of her thoughts Gradu Â¬ ally sho bticamo aware that hu was re- Â¬ newing his proffer of lovo From her tender devoted thought of Henry Crawford nho was suddenly brought back to earth by hearing Louis Hunter For a talk of atleetiou and marriage few minutes she eat silent spceehless She heard him say with indignation that a follow who could join tho crowd of vagabonds that Lope had with liim could not bo much better than they were Ho had not much dotibt that ho had boon shot with Crittendens party in any event sho would never So now that her boo him again thoughtless attachment for this nd vonturor had come to naught wotdd eho not consider tho oiler of thq spoakor again P Ho could tall her what must ie did not tell her before--wh- at bo a seerpt for atwhilo longer tha ho had bceomo sUddgply wealthy while in After tltSy-- wero married ho Cuba would toll her all jtbout it at present it was enough to assure her that he So now owned lifty thousand dollars She and would sho not marry him her mother needed a protector Captain Willis being away threo fourths of tho thncuuul ho had already got his con- Â¬ sent Ho believed it would givo her father real pleasure to iind him mar- Â¬ ried to his daughter when ho next re The Captain said something to mo about the Old part of the house being haunted 1 should judge that he real- Â¬ ly believed it Do you may I ask Its an unpleasant subject sir The plnce has sq bad a name in his re Â¬ spect that the neighbors will not set foot iu it after dark I lived here for years before I was married and used to laugh at these stories Since then I must say I have heard some strange and disturbing noises nights off utinc where in the old part Im a religious woman and dont belie vo in ghosts Captain Willis does hut they dont seem to give him any great annoy atice Tho most unpleasant thing to mo is tho talk that it makes through the town but my husband is attached to the place and he wont leave it 1 dont think tho spirits will dis- Â¬ turb me said Hunter Ho went up to the room designated immediately and remained there till he was summoned down to tea The windows overlooked the bay hu drew a chair to one of them and sat down As he looked ovor the wide sweep of water with all its craft an incident oc- Â¬ curred that for a moment struck terror to the soul of this man and gave him a rude foretaste of tho pangs of punish- - stair1 looked anxiously and with trembling lnjijlp holding it till the progress of the vessel showed her stern To his ffiibrJtindcd relief ho read the words Lady Jane Grey Smiling at his absurd fears he sat down and reflected All was going prosperously with him he was domi Â¬ ciled iu the house whore the treasure was concealed no living porson know of its existence but he It was perfeot ly safo iu its place of concealment Tho next thing was to get Mrs Willis and Helen out of the house then to devise a secure plan to remove the money He thought of Helen and his brow Success would crown his darkened efforts yet without her it would not bu complete But shell never see him again he thought I must be patient Time works wonders time will soften her stubborn heart when sho finds ho docs hot return By all the gods Ill have She will have one more her yet Ihnnce The next time slicMl not reÂ¬ fuse me and lifty thousand dollars Mrs Willis sat alone at the tea taule and lier manner was anything but cordial Ifo inquired for Helen and wasMold that she refused to meet Mr Hunter Tho mother added with some acerbity that Helen Would go to Boston in tho morning toftayii week with her atmt The perfect coolness mid nonchalance 6f Hunters manner under the delicate circumstances in which he appeared in her house had Fomcwhat puzzled and an Â¬ tho noyed good lady but his demeanor upon hearing this an- Â¬ nouncement which she had expected would disconcert him not only vexed but annoyed her Ho merely said Ah and elevated his black evebrows Then lie fell to and ate a hearty sup- Â¬ per He complimented Mrs Willis on jicr biscuits and ate a- round dozen of them He almost exhausted her pa- Â¬ tience with his calls for more tea talk- Â¬ all tho time of ing garrulously different varieties of the herb and he had read about the what modes of When preparing it th6 tea things were cleared away and Mrs Willis had returned to the sitting room Hunter lingered hoping that Helen would appear but she did The candles were lighted nnd not he was told which one he might take when he was ready to retire but the hint was thrown away upon him Mrs Willis wished to ask many questions about her husband but she was so thoroughly provoked at her strange and unweleomo guest that she kept silence Finally he bade her good night and went up to his room Between her annoyance and her mysti- Â¬ fication upon Hunters conduct Mrs Willis was in a very unsettled state of mind and went iu to talk the matter over with Helen But the latter usually so mild and gentle in her ways was thor ouhlv aroused at the mans rude persistency and she refused even to talk of him She had already packed her trunk to be ready for her departure and made no scruple of informing her mother that she should not return un- Â¬ til Mr Hunter had left the house Mrs Willis remained awake half an hour after Helen had begun to dream of Henry Crawford escaping from a Span Â¬ ish dungeon and coming back to her with a ball and chain on each leg his hands manacled and his moustache shaved off Tho mother perplexed her- Â¬ self with plans as to how sho should contrive to inform their guest in the morning that bho was not at liberty to offer him her hospitalities any longer and she fell asleep over the problem Botwecn ten and eleven oclock there were no lights viihlo in the house The night was wild and misty The far away bark of a dog and tho faint sound of bells striking on the vessels in the harbor were the only noises - nothing Thtir arms were about eaek Ther other terror kept thqm sliest listened in uhnost brthless suepnBfc The door between thoir chamber ami the sitting room was wide opon that leading into tho hail was ajar From this hall as well as from that above till doors of communication with the old part of the houso had been closed and barred This Mrs Willis remembered in the hours of terror that followed and she derived- some little courage from the thought f Agaifi that cry or rather this time n mocking yell ending with a loud and discordant ha ha Jt was unquestionably nearer than the other it sounded as though it might have come from one of tho hear- pst rooms of the old part on the sec- Â¬ ond iloor Lerus get up mother Helen We cant stay here O whispered -- hear it hear thatIt was a great clanking of chain in Â¬ termingled with yells and oaths wind Â¬ ing up with two pistol shots in rapid - Thf T women sat np- - wrt MAIM KiAS i j lexican KHusfang bench- - Linpenf of emergency The Ltimbcrmau weeds It ln ciuo or ardent needs ccaojil i he Ilonsrwlfo needs It fQr ways oufamn uscu It el lilj work Tho Mechanic i The Mlncrncprfsltlndato TUo Pioneer out it needs It ennt ccf dtoof wllb bound - The Stcatriboat innnor tho Koattnnn need It in lllicrtl nupply afloat and anlion1 The llVrc ftxticler noed It tt to friend and ocit reliance The Hieek grotror need It It will tsavo him tbousauds of riqllax and n world of trou bc hln-U-si sad his flock yard The Farmer needs it in hi bJi arable succession Mrs Willis sprang up and bolted tho door leading Into the hall Helen lit a caudle with trembling lingers nnd both hastily dressed sat holding hands and shivering in silence Until tardy daylight came they sat thus except that once when the weird lioisos swelled uud waved jn a deeper Volume of imprecations and blasphem- Â¬ ies Mrs Willis opened the great Bible Tht Oriel it YISmnrtAi i a ciiiilt tu mi i j Iirjtorin tliolluj hold Including in It lanwo of iiitrtutluii Collection Imv KpcIIIik Llortitlon rchinalifhlp KaulU of Hwitti Hyiioiyni Commt-n-in- l I nrm BtiGit lltmd Cuiiixiajun JuiifluuUiui taniUHxMtloti IarlUnifiititn Kulri MttcrWrlllnj Uijitl lWitem CojiyiliralLw Glvea rerun of Ilinucttc In Social Life Orutorr Olvra Iictorlnl llltilrfttlcm Infor nil Ocrrtlnn 8cechf Give ea Formi of Conducting IuMiC tillill Vtf KoukkvrpllIK ulid IntciVt tMivliiiut IjIIhk tl ea Hundred ot TibleH o lbMcmicc Do on Important OrciuOon Telia What to tlie Cuiiriti i iorernfit JVIIn How tlV iy Tilir ror Tell Fairnu aTlmiUindriititKtlu r tflionld Know Itiiportutiiv JVUailirlx 1ella ilo8 AWmt I d totimtv HILLS MUHDi TellaluivHi Ho to Uokji naml1tuiil Is 1Knllv niiivtrotrd from HeKinnlnp to n ud llu- llooV if te idlh Inri Kt Sak i Kull - Kre tno ihow u niltrniil Ask tin hook ufr Mt lllliMMUI Iiv Thof K Hill DpnC l t Mm liu oh you hv llovlnr you auulhi i form hol pi ti i dint Si a the ncnly IMiimtril him to lx ai iiCf ii thl idttlor of Kill- - Manual ju t out iiitt if ktll lii kpluniiil IxKik bcinlltliitf uui iiciIiIkjiu Mid Tiiinhlntf ynnrsH lf or rbnud you wrnt n iiittnut am va ublile holllday Rift at iid fur ttsrnu imd jwrllo uUre to the KILL STAXnltn BOOK CO 1UJ Stalo St CIIILAQO 1LU 9 Ia the Form Hock which StildfiitnCon iilt li Timlins la the rducitor whti Toxt OioU lt i mntind in uilqin la the Stimlnitl Many i hrnp Imltatinno of tlil 1yoV an li the nmikct J nf Ucclnl Pracltml Information tourl WATCHES 1 SIAUK US CRIKD THK 3IOTJIEB f free lltll tbitd I MrwMnrtwulaHnlii CoiIiiau i Jvi of tflnnff u tl pWfo TCanB V Htbl lUfort llec ti tbt rATCln rf Nnlltl Oolil ff 9 Inuc4t A rjU10LS on the stand the precious family heirÂ¬ loom that was on the Mayflower when she anchored oft the coast where rrrrtt cf WilleU worth U K K UU aniwfri Hi Itl WntrhU nurLft ffil i rt Ui th If lhrlx iinrS will pft D tittfrol Wttteh worlliE aMuliil Silt er tf lilrrr Ln ut irmoj will Irovincetown stands and placed her hands upon its pages as jf invok- Â¬ ing its protection against the fiends that were raging through the house Once Helen raised tho curtain and looked out of the window The night had grown foggy and dark Let us slip out at the back door We can sho whispered mother run over to Airs Tryous and get away from this awful place Mrs Willis half rose from her chair A heavy step sounded on tho stair tramp came the foot- Â¬ Tramp tram falls down to the hall tramp Ira nip tramp they ascended iu regular stepr A deep groan burst forth from the hall alvovo then receding gradually into the old part of the house the terrified listeners heard yells shrieks cries and prayers for mercy laughter and pistol bhots God be merciful t6 Us gasped I dare not leave this the mother O Helen what dreadful news room for jou ami me docs this night bring The hours dragged on till the dawn HllvrrNlckrl hip vich el iftnud xcUnt workuiai Niidldi twiscrot atiUnpa irtik Yuurinwr lor hilt rill o- trl t 14 jr 6rrritrmtoruttlftniKf ELEUAN1 RIM3 muJ tf Ilk lwi ItllJ Gold YtsCnrct IViulifu out hrlatiuna BK JwdM anr lvat1y tllaitnUd Bo k rcawialnj tb illktM In MM M rrl ac ana a lip irnun unr iimtirann i fiTirnr run miruriiotii iiib iiKiniMpna awnrwiui r iniiirAttifai acirem iwu Tiftr TLh H c of It fttxinl otlm IBM aw tldpat thai tilt 5IKxMjZM vtWr rrelty wlin a Vpri- rilwn 14iitberlr iia tvtiniC Ullrfbl rir WWWT lromoarCitAt inAt DRAWER 36 aaaaaEBManaatsascaBaaaana TAIC SUE WORKS f 6prlUlci tha rHiar HEW HAVEH w Pm -r-r llt COMM W L DOUCSLAS 3 SHOE Tho only S3 fcKAMfKSSI eiioeitiine xroriu wiiu- out uuka or nulla rzMOJtfl w ii t FlneHt Calf ierlrit Ut f ri rh ji -- y ir UIKinmimuru fjirtffllfCIl cVif flulftfifi urul nil m vcj vf 111 coitlnr Vi or JG toy lis ail wnr the iv jf I DOUIil JtfT kseV3 tti Slioe I i res toe Aeiynii nu uuraoic a mine tv jw aa FCTM Uls6T m r - c v es I Ba Lb J nnct 83B0 SIIOB lit art cr If twit aohl hv your Oeatrr cellvil for wilie WL UOUGLA8 lirocktou Hns i VX xlaSm1 taaw Vl af LTl aaU ail i mteSnX-- TV I titiAS apoj ca biiMa vf m fTfay PART 11L CHAPTEU IE turned Jiome Shocked angry trembling with emotion Helan roso from her soak 4i Mr Hunter she said with u quiet distinctness that assured him that ho you was hearing his final cntnce have insulted me as woll as tho maul love Nover presume to peakl in this way to me again yqu can pjoaso mo lcst by nover addressing mo again op GIIOTIY VISITANTS hTt JZ airy subjoot Sho wont dlroctly into her chamber ami closed tho door Huntor still sat where aha loft Mm when Mrs Willis Whore Is IlohmP sho nsked f liettMWcd his head angrily toward her door Tho mother utoneo HtLspect d tlie truth IdldiK f think Mr lluufvr41 1io wtmt I jut said to tWf yvt y wh44 UIihUm youruttemiouK r A yf ii i ii ii a i i i i i returned COLD MVEAT STOOD OUT OK ftJUKUKAP Mrs Willis was drowsily conscious that tho clock was striking twolve Her sleep was not sound for tho next hour the intelligence of her husbands safety and the perplexing events of the afternoon and evening would not per Â¬ mit tho unbroken slumber thut sjic craved and needed But the souudesl sleoper would have been aroused by the frightful disturb Â¬ ance that rung through the house be Â¬ Even her fore the clock struck again daughter sunk in the profound rest of nre youth health ami innocence by her side wV instantly startled to wakeful- Â¬ ness by It while these poor distressed ones sat i Xrleo 50 rfii there together Before the welcome t VJIVG UII Ji M light of the new day came the caudle burned out and left them for half an Titan 500 Iti uuy So helpless hour in the darkness other iva were they now fom fear that neither Apwly Drlrn into o eb ncstrlL hired to look for another and light it KLYIIH032J10nnviilihtAV At last Helen summoned resolution enough to go again to a window raise the curtain open tho sash and throw wide the blinds The blessed light of day poured into the room in the joy of their relief both fell upon their THE GREAT ENGLISH XIEMEDY For Jlror flile IrillMlon ete Ke fim Jl rrnry knees and offered a silent prayercuntnina emit Iurv Vrtnble Inir e Iiimi AbpiK CllAB A CmiTKNTON MJtV OKU A rap at the door disturbed them Are you awake Mrs Willis are One Audit Mrirhunt orf nnu mete y town for you and your daughter alive It was the voice of Louis Hunter Blinking with excitement and agita Â¬ tion Offer No a 70 Tho door was unfastened to him he rilKK TO MEItCHAVTS OJfLV A IflTOO ffOt came in looking haggard exhausted FretirU cUix OTtl lront Slioir Otw AUUrcis at 1LW TAvnif r is Co He stared wildly at the once sleopless M Plata Streot Chleapn hZ3m lira CATARRH Elys Craam Szim COCKLES ANTI BILIOUS PILLS - women Excuse me It i VLj tfrut Jit 1 at v f tm i I11 A long drawn cry pealing out as A hark had passed thh cape re Â¬ though voicing the lowest depths of coming ii whoso appearance minded him instantly of tho Nellie agony and remorse It roe and full Thoro weio the foremast ami uud died away leaving tho very Willi idlciico that succeeded horrible the ml jtmlrimaft sqiou twigged Miirvly from somewhere in the yeu mm sloop rigged the sanlo cut t r aaJno of how Mini htern mul sho sat a low houe and surely not near by Loud VmUU atHiinlng Ut distinct rs It vvnn there ws did tho Xollio when twit w Ih tW wHter flMtrfiiliMtt liMi ktiodit not fw fulMrohjhteu Thin vwwl wwniiffacC Domethlug about it that suggiMed that wWt timsfiWHVr km mi 1 tk twin of Xvllb built uud luuuvhwl Walls and shut door wcttt between mm w U mont tktaltr aAwfh ltws itr r iUwi an abrupt farewell ho said Nothing could tempt me to rental a an hour X holly tiHltko nftldelal nyHtem tiy XinnU In rerullnn longer in this cursed house I should lopnimendxl hyIcaruril onRicrunD Riocttob Mark Twaik the Beuintiat llnna V W AsTOit JUD4H I HK1A have tied in the night had I dared Miif Ir Minor Ac Claaof lwCiJamMa lar MmJ At Unlrerrily Hu turned to go In tho hall ho enta tnclnOf vinntrh t Yaln IXand thrailnrrn Of Prnn riiUa4aiat Wallmler Vrilrunx eluaaai rtMtVOlUtllvT stopped ami looked back a HftXflbin 1IIHK iilstn ri fit ipii NY Did you see them ho whispered KEVKU MUCH I JtJfISAUGAIK IIKFOR glancing fearfully up the stairs 1 We heard tho horrible noises that T REPEATING Mrs Willis fluid was enough Iruy New fmiii Kiientr WetnVeonr dont talk of it Good bye sir Helen irMilulleiinf Kt irenti llila little am and I will leavu here at once ll tint lilcrmtt nffil- nri Al auininliH if III dtinj hi Illillrillt mill V- IlitllM ho uried No I Nottalk of it iiti Ii iiii lilli K tMKe IH lnlltQIlilinni lillll would not to hny ono but iom llrt Mver I lliinr 1 m Mr llh rrli Ivo JOHj I IOVKII AIIMS CO Lmimi AluAc irltit lnl seen that In the night whlth has turned mens hulr while and made the Strang man a chattering idiot O Keavenl a tta nxfiiK imi t4ie llim It n it nin ppnriunll O 5od blot it out from mv mcitwiry h Iatllilllyl llu Ill Itui ti aiv ullii in lie put his hands over hU Juv and iIn ttnLiHimieHllili inmialilr I r In - ii li- erluilrlv Aiitinw Al llK el Wl jilinaouuiu shuddered 111 nu mil rUKKflar nV aoX lul iiil Spuvc u cried the lnotlitrt Gt UllMltitl I nilll I UII italnlnt of ntturu wnKlr ill i peace ny T Ive come to bid you HIEEIORY w tfW - m - 1 S rii AGENTS tassoo - 1 - - - r 10 UK COMIKUKUJ imiiiwi fTlllJnliHvrr rre li iihkt mtirr a v v iraliatatli afc if i U jjTtI Hazel Green Herald SPENCKK COOPER Publisher KENTUCKY IIAZEL GREEN WAITINQ O heart why hast thou troubled theo With Idle team and needless pain Win though the un bo hlddon Seo TIs shining yonder through tho ram vrlth glances lwoet What llmcT O soul God knoweth m 13o sure twill como vrhon tis inoit taset And in 6uch blest assuranco rest It will return Be patient tbon 004 wait for God H orders nothing wrong for thee Swcot flowers of hope shall doek the sod Glad birds shall trill their songs for thuo And when tho birds shall greot thy view And when tho radiant tiowers shall spring He will unfold them fair and now Aud tunc thee heart with thorn to sing Fret not to day for from His hand Some glad surprise will yet unfold To day the bud dost understand To morrow shines the heart of gold Ho lenoweth best then trust the rest To Him with faith unfaltering Pursito no more thine anxious qucsi His wisdom i6 uufaltorlng Frank IT Chapman In Indianapolis Journal RUSSIA An Americans Views of Her Gov- Â¬ ernment and People To understand Kusain her imperial- Â¬ ism and her institutions and especially to appreciate the tyranny here and to know why such violent oflbrta are made to destroy the Czar and his des Â¬ potic government tho people must Tho people more iirst be understood than the country make a republic a IB ft I u ir-r-- kingdom or an empire what it is Americans moro than any other race oppose violence as a moans of ro iorm Tho franchiso of the pcopte werks relonnationt ogother with tlio customs which bring about changes in office But in a country whoro there is no such thing as tho billot and corruption unfitness and iatural cir Â¬ cumstances do not change ofiicial make ups the people are driven to other means than political to work reforms Hero tho throne is the inherit Â¬ ance of a single family ami officers of the empire are noVor punishod for crimes against the people A Russian may with impunity and in cold blood murder a whole family if it has no connection with tho throne enter a plea of guiltj and be sure under no condition that Ids action will cost him his life Ho will go to prison proba Â¬ bly exile in Siberia for a fow years But if he is found guilty of utterances against a member of the royal family or in opposition to the imperial rule he is taken from his home shop store or office null never moro is heard of His life pays the penalty I had rend much in romancing liter Â¬ ature about ther mysterious disnp pearaccs of people in Russia who d wrote or spoke against tlie of the Czar but came inipirioiisuess to St Petersburg ready to discredit it nil I believed it might have been truo one day but that it could not be now In the face of danger one is less appre Â¬ ciative of it yetJn the capital of Rus sia I am rcildvto confirin thtfiuostthat I have heard of the dungeons the guil- Â¬ lotine aud Siberia The condition of aflairs in this coun Â¬ try can bo surmised when it is known that I here are no free schools and none of a private nature free from the persomtl supervision of the CVars cen- Â¬ sor Xot a line1 of printed matter couicK into tho territory that is not semi in used by tho censor of tho press notatclcgraniisflnk in or out without tho saino inspection and nothing will be sultcred in any fminjbyfonguo or inkvhkh takes cxcoptYonlo any feat- Â¬ ure of tfie Government or suggests any other Wnl of government To violate this law is to court death And one does not have to persist in violating this law to moot with swift punish For a mild mont Once is sufficient form of indiscrctjon exile in Siberia or n life setttenco ini the dungeons is pro- Â¬ scribed If tho offense is positive the offender goes to tho island into the garrison and is soon beyond the call His remains are of mortal subjects thrown into tho pit Forty two miles up the river Neva from St Petorsburgh is a fortress whoro enough blood has been shed in expiation of alleged crimes against ho empire to float a British man of war It is along quaint old structure made of Jjtonc and tho Nova tuough a nar-Â¬ row rycr broadons just enough at that point to give it complete protec- Â¬ tion ngninst land approach It should occupy a placo in tho background of Dantes Inferno On tho parapets ox wall overlooking tho water are always n number of nontlnels who are in Htructcd to shoot down without coro luuriy any porson who attempts to litniL Only olNcors with fresh yq tints mv permitted to approach the fortrchs and many aro tho stories about lunocont strangers fishing or rowing who Imvo toftm murdered In tlicli olVnrUUo visit tlio place Huro tluwo who nro condemned to doath or Ufa srmtoncu are brought and it I Â¬ high-handeÂ¬ palace in comparison The censor of tho press whon ho wishes simply to destroy a certain ar- Â¬ ticle in a newspaper or magazine gen- Â¬ erally runs roller of black ink ovor it leaving a dense spot through which not u word can bo discerned The instru- Â¬ ment is liko tho ink rollerof a printing press If tho article in a magazine covers more than page tho pages nrc simply torn out and cast into the waste baskot The office of the censor of tho press in a city liko St Petersburg is something liko that of the city editor for a largo American newspaper Tho corps of assistants open the mails run through the matter and hand the ques- Â¬ tionable stuff to the censor who de Â¬ cides if it should bodotained destroyed or passed This process makes tho de- Â¬ livery of all mail matter except lotters very slow Tho newspapers in Russia are of very little importance on ac- Â¬ count of the censorship Every article even to a local paragraph discussing Russian aflairs or referring directly or remotely to tho Emperor or his family the army navy or an official al- Â¬ though it may say that is going to such and such places on a visit must be referred to tho censor Editors tell me that their articles are so long delayed by tho censor oven though ho passes favorably upon them that it is not worth while to attempt to um political matter or news relating to any one or any thing connected willi the empire It is not infrequent that articles are referred to tho Czar aud the author is summoned to appear before his Excellency and explain the object of publication Thus the re- Â¬ straint of writ or J can not be appre Â¬ ciated by any except those who have had tho experience There is a lower grade of intelli- Â¬ gence in tho common people in Russia than was ever found among the blacks of America during slavery The AmerÂ¬ ican negro had from the very begin- Â¬ a cun- Â¬ ning a naturul horse sense ning which gave him reason There is nothing in the minds of the mass of Russians except that which is carried by the senses of sight and hearing They do not reason In St Petersburg there arc thousands of drosky car Â¬ riage drivers and 1 am told that not oue in twenty can read the signs along the streets and not two in five hun Â¬ dred can read a book or a newspaper Aud yet these men have had for Rus- Â¬ extraordinary opportunities sia What then must be tho condition of the pooplo in the country those who have not had contact with the world Tho proportion of llie o ignorant people to the intelligent and educated ik about GO per cent Of the 100000 000 population in Russia about 00000 000 were either among tho serfs freed by Alexander II a quarter of a century ago or aro the offspring of those whito They do not know what a nlavos school Is aud have learned more abÂ¬ I ject manners than our black folks have never encountered so much ob Â¬ sequiousness anywhere Not only do the working people perpetrate upon the visitor all sorts of salaams but merchants and people in the upper classes havotho infection and bow and blink till a whito free man must blush I expected to find the Russians a fiercelooking people They are tho very Fierceness must bo accom- Â¬ opposite panied by a degree bf jjnental sub The average Russian oue stahce meets in the streets or ill the country el is of medium size He is of light low tan color from exposure to weath Â¬ er and existence upon coarse food Generally ho wears a full beard and four times out of five it is light in color and very filthy Ilia hnir is about two inches thick is cut as if the work was done with a meat axe or a circu- Â¬ lar saw and bosldcs being combed down in front is slightly parted in tho middle as though ho wore not sure whether he is a male or female Ho in- Â¬ variably wears high toppod boots and his trousers are tucked into the boot tops Tho boot tops have a series of finely avtistlc wrinkles midway and This is the aro generally well oiled in thedress only tasteful indication Tho coat of r peasant b a cros3 be- 11 teen a rone a irocK anu a mouse to tho knee is singo comes almost If the breasted and has a wide belt ho wears a robe and subject a driver belt and tho garment is of blue cloth the hoao and conies to the ground broad cap with low crown a rvear isRussian is as filthy as ho is ig Tho norant and unsightly Only three or four of the principal hotels have any preparation for bathing and these aro extienvdy meager Tho Russian bath I paid three rou Â¬ in Russia Is a myth ble for i pJaee to take a very ordinary bith In the principal hotul to day Not onnpalHcoin live ha a bath and as tmwnterii of tko Nova ar too cold for swimming bath the people a nma so 1 believed that tho Infernal torturei of tho Inquisition aro now jn perianal practleo within thoso walls At dif- Â¬ ferent periods member pf tho royal family like tho son of Peter tho Great have bfon east into this dungoon to die under suspicion of disloyalty to tup Car In natural location it re Â¬ minds one of Blackwells Island near New York but tho latter prison is I ahed thoir accumulated filth like fish scales And sliteo dried fish oil and cured vegetable form tho staple diet for tno majority of tho pooplo and tho Nova which furnishes the water sup- ply eluT be dotccted miles distnntby tho nostrils it is only tho cold ntmns phero that prevents long mortuary TEMPERANCE Thefxx- Stand With woary anbw burlod feet White the wind irhltttes pait a mofcllesi FORGOTTEN ONES - old toedMho Innkoepcrs door -- lists Robbery is very common in all Rus- Â¬ sia Looking out on a streot hero one sees hundreds and hundreds of men women and children walking or driv Â¬ ing with bared heads and making cross Â¬ es at overy shrine Tho drivers are continually at it Only the wicked gondarniQ dolgns to pass without no Â¬ tice Tho slops loading to tho hun- Â¬ dreds of churches are covered with peo Â¬ ple of all grades oh tholrkncoslnnklng crosses and bumving their foreheads on thti stones or pavements Thocan dies at tho shrines nro kept burning continually at tho oxpnuse of tho em- Â¬ pire and almost every other store or shop has a large display of glittering brass and paint in the form wi hhrines And yot there is more crime hero and more ignorance than in any other civ- Â¬ ilized country 5 Pctcrslurq CW X 1 Profti ludon keen tonrvhlng nnd floot With a warm Innor light slows the casement broad As it stmmlns tho moonbeams colds Bu the shadow that puss oer the glass Bhumo the light with tho tale they untold See that profile clear on the curtain thrown Dy the pitiless pencils of llffht Is it visage of man on the Doltys plan And formed in his visage uprlghtf Or is it a something all cruelly marred Uy evils dlstlfrurlug lines The chiseling rude of uppetltos lewd Where reason to passion resigns The figure that towered is drooping and Hangers etfct it would u kep in tb town kQjptolfoulatlHg and at the mm time the vluation of relrstaia would be onhnnccd by thousands of dollars worth of lottormout Th monoy would have gono back into the hands of tho laboring men of the place Con- Â¬ trast this with tho monoy whon it fa paid ovor the counter of the saloon It has addod nothing to tho wealth comfort or woll bclng 6 the unfortun ate men Wlio spent ltbut tlio contrary it has added no now valuo to the town to the city nor hits it gono back into tho local channels of trade beyond the sum required for the support of thoso who sell tho liquors Tho groator por-Â¬ tion has gono td swell the pprso of the Rum Powor nnd the only tjtng it has done for tho community is to incroaso tho amount of poverty woo wretched Â¬ ness and vice It is plain to any ono who gives a moments thought to the matter that tho salooiU are voritablo money leeches They suck tho mqnoy of tho laboring men to whom thoy give no equivalent tako it out of tho business of tlio com- Â¬ munity and send it away to tho dlstil lors leaving tho town or city tho poor- Â¬ er by that amount both in tho rondy monoy nnd iu tho real values which This is not that money represents tho case with tho men engaged in le- Â¬ For every dollar gitimate business tho latter rocoivo thoy give an equiv- Â¬ alent in goods or something else ns tangible Tho men who hayo paid this mono hold in thoir hands property equal to tho amount which thoy havo paid out The business mon put the monoy thoy had received into circula Â¬ tion again for the employment of inoro labor and tho production of more goods to take the placo of thoso sold Is it not plain that tho saloon is really a potent factor in what aro known as A leech which is novcr hard 1111103 filled which Is always sucking in money out of the pockets of tho masses must not its effect bo ilnally to aid in tho scarcity of money and the derahgomont of tho financial bal anco It certainly should bo clear to every one that this is the cficct There aru men who havo so littlo powor of thought as to believe in a sort of helpless childish way that uldtf business They the saloon because monoy suppose apparently passes in the transaction that it mtist Thoro is necessarily bo business not tho iirst element of real business uIkhU it Trado or commerce pre Â¬ supposes tho exchange of ono com Â¬ modity for another Generally ono of thoso is money In overy legiti Â¬ mate transaction both buyer und sel- Â¬ ler have practically equivalent valuoa in thoir hands after Its completion The first oue had a sum of monoy U10 second one had an equivalent amount Thoy exchange and the of goods has tho monoy tho first second ono one has the goods But iu tho case of tho saloon how is it The workingmnn pays over his money what has ho to represent that money as ho staggers home to his mls erablefamlly Nothing and worse than nothing Ho has only Vsthis monoy but he has degraded Ids manhood in jured his health lost his solf rcspcotj and respect ami confidence of all decent men The exchange is abominably one It is entirely to tho advantage sided of the saloohist He had tho money and the drinkOr lias lost not Only It but all thathnakes life worth living along with It J VFS PfttAJW fwrarspe it has not increased Jho improvements that was manly is weakenod nnd bloar And the glance of command and tho strong steady hand Knfeebletl uro symbols of frailty and foar Ah yes tho dumb fiiendut tho door Meokly waits in tho cold and the night Nor stands he alonoJ For round tho door stone Forgotten ones crowd on tho sight Thcros an Innocent childhood bright little form bowed Tho face Forgttenl Sun- - THEFTS AT FUNERALS Women Who Attend tlio Home of StAnllng Demi fur tlio 1iirpuftn the No madam you can not enter1 said tho usher gently but firmly Tho luneral is strictly private and gono no one without a card is to bo ad- Â¬ Forgotton hopes rise from tho dust mitted Ambition long deud high resolves early fled Sho was a dear friond of mine1 Iron will lofty aims steady trust said the woman aud a dainty whito Ve are all ull forgotton Hut swarming tonight handkerchief with a broad baud of In my vision yo crowd to tlio door black was slowly raised to wipe away They who gather so fust are they all of the past the dowv mist that obscured her sight of yore All lost Can 1 not seo her once more There Nay nay in the memrles sends witnesses pnlo for tho prosunt was a deep pathos in tone and a Forgotten in u duy in an hour plaintive sob came from bdiind the O memory wocp thou with consclonco asleep Shalt wutten witb torriblo powor linen while a tear drop slowly coursed For they come In forgotten in lengthening line down her pale cheek A band o accusers though dumb The heart of the usher softened He Heads that droop hearts that nchc for the erring ones sake was only a young man and she looked Father mother still loving they come almost charming in her apparent dis- And gathering close to their vunrablo forms Oroup the clrclo of yours ngone tress so lie allowed her to enter Tipnie thelreycs and their cheeks are toeing softly into tho parlor whore no Dim the henrt of love con never forgot wet Hut one but an aged lady was sitting alio The cherishod of lifes young dawn bent over the open casket as if to take Ono more brokon band forgotten comes forth And the snddcnlng picture Is done one long last look at tho departed What aro wife and the weans mid tho bacThen while convulsive sobs shook bet chanal scenes Â¬ Â¬ From out of tho shadows arise I Wave thy clcur Unmlng torch to shrivel nnd scorch Films of ovil from memorys oyes Theros n youth in which promise was glowing and fulr Forgotten one stand in thy placo I Karly mnnhood O proud und nobly endowed Lot memory gaze on thy facol Huoyunt hopes of tho yours all vnnlshcd and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ form she moved a few paces and J I leaned airiinst the mantel upon which was placed a large amount of valuable Hero she remained for a moment with a look of sadness upon her countenance befitting tho occasion while her lips trembbd with suppressed The old lady was intently grief studying the pattern of the carpet and when the visitor left tho room with lowered head made no note of her de- Â¬ parture Once outside and away from tho houso her steps quickened and ton minutes later a valuable picco of bisqtmwas handed over a pawnbrokers counter while the clerk slowly count Â¬ ed out tho requisite change Whon the funeral was over and tho family once more alone the loss was discovered only to bo charged against some one of the sorvants or perhaps kept a secret through fear of offending some of thoso present by a searching inquiry Funeral sneak thieves are becoming more and more numerous said a They well known private detective aro always females as the heavy drapery of their clothing affords ample opportunity for couccaling siiiall They scan tlio daily papers article closely note the principal deaths and when the time arrives play off the As dear friend racket to porfoctlou they aro generally quite pretty and the beauty thoy nayraly possoss is considerably enhanced by the somber-iioss of their attire they succeed iu nine cases out of ten in securing ad- mission ho matter how privato the funeral services may be Once inside thoy cry a little if necessary and watch their chanco of stealing any thing of value in tho room Having succeeded they make thoir departure as quickly yet decorously as possible and without tarry ingji minute for four of possible detection ancLpursutt pawn the stolen article When the room is full of people tho snoak thief proceeds very cnutious lv often waiting until tho prayer is being made before endeavoring to se cure any tning jonooi inosu present pay any attontlou to her actions think- Â¬ ing that slid is a friend of the bereaved fatnilv In some cases articles which aro missod from upper rooms have boon taken by these women An up town lady rccohtly placed a valuable ring upon the finger of her dead daughter unry to fiml when sho looked at her before tho lid was screwed down that it was gone iu this iiislaneo suspicion Immediately at Â¬ tached to a woman whom no oue present knew but who hail loon noticed bending over the casket a fow minutes before She was called into another room antl when ne utd of thoHhofroninilv handed over the ring Iu order to avoid a acuue sho was Iu other casos how allowed to go ovijr these van plre have succeeded in remoVIng Jewory from the dead and escaping Yu IClhittulttjthta In bric-a-brac Where appetites bnttlo Is won What art they Tho last of the treasures that 1 puss From memorys hold when virtue N doad When honor und love double gift from above Neglected forsaken forgotten are fled grave Forgotton its epitaph carved by despair Nay Ilusuue tho word from tho Mastor is heard Urng him hithir to Me I um nblo to navol fuliii A H tllard in Xationol 7emjitranct Ad vacate Must wo close the dnrk vision with hope In Its A Curse to VERITABLE the Community JIusliifiM LEECH Thff Saloon the KrulL or Tho leech is only valuable in medical practice because of his peculiar excel Â¬ lence as a blood sucker When any part of tho body is nufleriiig from en Â¬ gorgement and a leech is applied tho n Moral An Kvll Tree Wlttcli Are Only Kvll as Well j disgusting little animal fastens himself firmly to the ilesh and sucks until ho is tilled with blood There is a striking similarity between the leech and the Uoth aro unexcelled blood- Â¬ saloon suckers The ono depletes the circu Â¬ lation iu the body the other tho mon Â¬ etary circulation Tho only particu Â¬ lar difference is that tho leech drop off when hu is filled with blood but tho saloon does not hot it got its jilutches upon a man and it never lets gents hold until the man Jsdcadprjs boggared As tho leech doplotos tho circulation of ihe patient so does tlio saloonde ploto tho amount of money ju circula Â¬ tion iu a community It is not only a moral curse to tho city or town or hanllot in which it established but it is btisinosH oursc It decreases the total amount of money in circulation reduces tho business done by overy es Â¬ tablishment engaged in legitimate trade and draws the money from that locality making the total amount in circulation therein much less Look at it a moment What part of tho monpy which is paid in over tlio bar goes out again into circulation in the town Just enough to sup Â¬ port tho saloonist and ids family The remainder loss tho saloonists not prolit goes to tho distillers nnd brew- Â¬ er TJoyond the small proportion of the total income which goes for liis suoport not a dollar of it goes into general circulation in tho town to build up trade to employ labor or in any other way to add to the wealth Aud prosperity of tho community The monoy is paid over tho bar and no eqiiivalont Is rondorcd Tho rum fosters Villus hoalth destroys talent idleness and vice and there is no tangible good resulting from it The man who spends tho monoy would be butter off if ho got absolutely nothing In roturn for his cash than tho infernal wilt which ho pours down his throat Suppose that the to Imbruto him whole of his money wore spent iu the erection of now homos each ypVr Tho major part of It would still bo circu Â¬ lating frsiit hand to hand for it would for bo paid out for brick and storii Â¬ There is no business1 about tho aa loou lit is tlio establishment which fosters Idleniiss nnd L debauchery which incroasds the poverty and degradation of humanity It Ms the training school pf vice tho kinder gartou ot crime It is an evil true and its frills aro evil Toledo lilqik -- yuuvr luinlwi fot oarpHUr humous From the Stand Point of Labor -At tho recent convontipn of tb9 Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers hold at Chicago Grand Chief Engineer P M Arthur siddi It is not my intention to imposo up6n this- convention any dpgma upon tho drink qltesfpn l But I can luot re- frain Inliunesfcy Jo my own convic- Â¬ tions from deploring the sad havoc that intemperance i rquklng iu the ranks of our ollpw mcn So groat is this evil that no inanorwpman who i striving- - to improve thoir fellows oaa holp taking it into Recount It is in dood an important factor for evil in our nlldSfc Not only from the physical and moral staiid polrit Is it working mischfof but from tho stand point of Inbbr The man who has so little solf control that he cahr not resist the temptation to degrade blmsolf Is al ways jn danger of bringing disgrace uppn his brothron He loses Ids self respect and to somo extent Ids inde Â¬ pendence thus making an easier vic- Â¬ tim to the greed of a selfish employ m LwohIiL thoreforo urgo upon you the liooessUy of abstaining frent every thing thiil will In thetdigrxtcbtdogrett Impair your usffulncsa u clt liens or yotirofilclcncy as locomotive jftngtrieur Bo frugal and industrious prxctlo economy save your earnings mak tholMiU use you pofilbly can ot your - thus Hd Ulautii plust1 1 - - j N 11 ii- - v a jl T yf - fcMUfajtPVWWtWMMWpg- nfi - fT mm Tho TrrrT- ubcrfptlon SPENOjfo l i I I a Year Editpj F Ctt0E 4 minated in tho Recorders Court at Lex Â¬ ington last Saturday Juijgc Waitok after briefly summing uptuc tvidenco discharged Gkekn awd ho walked out a free man i i GoftBijDWiiHriurder trial ter- Â¬ i i i i s7 JiJi 4- i 0 0 0 r i J II piiii Friday - j December 9 1887 ip fuc ejcy AbpVjC Jeavpns Jt - nyfhP1nliprefltejIpoto8Hqveit Rigty bercQuqot tlmbftjt points n Kentucky for fl win mnuctory pn a largo scale In tho vicunCv of Hazel Green tote aitf hickdW drk Superior fbH - XflulY nionctowP3t I 1 illl ai aRll fuJlys land spokes riiid ilea crfti- be liau 111 nbunutiricc The finest yellow poplar can bu bad for the raanafncturoof bodies nnd conl i very cheap The only drawback wwi arc cog Â¬ nizant of js that at present iron would have to bo transported This diiilcuHy however could bo overcome by erectiuir a furnaco nnd utilizing the iron oro available in ctwyhaiiLing distance of which tlicro IsHufOcienttoMipply tires and trimmlngi rfbr years to come We are aware tnattne loeai doinauu lor wa gons would not support a nmnufactory of this kind But with no tolls to pay and a comparatively good road why could not these wagons bf hauled cjjeaply to Itothwoll station for shipment A nito for a manufactory of this kind can be had hero cheaper thart in the large cities tho raw material Would1 cftkf less man nnc uair an infpronis ueAt least a third more tluin euiviw m ado at those ir places where raw material iamlv town JcrsQns who lead a life of exposure taxes are both highThe of such an enterprise would be a jirnfitu are subject to rheumatism neuralgia and lumbago and will find avaluablc remetly bo investment jto any pijrty having energy to undertake it imd the benefits in Dr J H McLeans VoIefrtnicOil Linaccruing to our town woujd be prpjwri iment it will banish pain subdtie in Spld by G B Svango Lipiiuif puca an yaiaiiii jijiiHin coiuu fliimtmttiou not bo successfully run witnli ssjthiin Hazel Green ThLso with lifty or a hundred hand TT their families would huvo to be ftrriiiHli cd bonsos returning a good rental to tho -- landlord enterprising enough to build for thoir accommodation Car schools would have more scholars our stores en-Â¬ WAITED joy increased salves mdour town roceivo largu trauts of For an Iingllsh Syndieater Â¬ - qsplity All of Them of tweuty ou tboNew York vVorlds BtafT of rciorteny wnsucommii sinned to obtain information concerning the treatment of inmates of the cityMj Insane Hqspital on JUIuckwells Island NqIHc Bly feigned insanity frightcnod r i inn nnnn- n rti- uw -iiniiRn wnnrn Hiin waa w w vr Hwv ww temporarily boarding- into having her nrresteu wa taken hctore the lolice Court Imd by it conniittci to BellcYito Hospital foroxnmiuation as to her mental soundness Here three physicians the city insanity- - experts pronounced her insane and had her commitcd to Illack wells Islmftl Asylum The jxiliqc the Court the nurses and phyiscians at the famous Bcllevuo Hospital were all suc- Â¬ cessfully duped bv a moro girl totally uninformed as to the peculiarities of uciiiuiiicd pursous an 01 irium uuwiiiing ly helped her forward to tho AbvIuih which lier mission required her to gain access as an inmate After ten days of observation and noto taking of tho treatment if the uuforttinatoH by the officers and attendants all of whom supposed nor insanc---ml- ly JJlys trienus secured her release What was the consternation of those who took part in forwarding her to the asylum and of the asylum authorities andattendants to read in tho World of October Oth Nellies ten column be- Â¬ ginning of tho narrative finished in the edition of October 10th of what she saw and experienc d en route to and within 1 he metropolitan tho Insane Asylum Adrl Smarter Than b u 6 - m i o i do i I I o r r o 6 o 0 0 0 ii iri ii -- r -- NOWS YOU If IwJ HANCE TICKLB you liave been waiting an opportunity of this kindr E m BRACE YOUR HEARTS8 We aie placing before you a line display of Genuine Bargains which will with unalloyed pleasure IT - OUICKLY Come and see our glorious crop of tsarg aims in FaSI Goods Â¬ We have hummed and hustled and our COMPETITORS WILL HOWL when they hclir the people sounding our praise for the energy wo have shown in securing such a Beautiful Bedazzling Bewitching stock of CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS and FURNISHING GOODS IF YOU WANS FIRST CHOICE COME EARLY i tq Â¬ - K2H Timber Tiber Lands WANTED Minera Lands MT STERLING KY V would raise and sell more Such a man ufactory would bo mutually beneficial ky IUHt be accessible to Kailrimd or and wo hopo this nrtielo will catch the IMOIiS oye of somoono with interest onough to good Jloutiug streitins investigate the matter agHwoaro con- Â¬ S TITLK 3IU3T 1JE PERPJECT fident investigation wjll lead to invest- Â¬ Give All pnrticulnrs ment Â¬ an additoual nijlustriqiis population But there are still other benefits An influx of citizens would increase tho de Virgin mand for produce and tho fanners Â¬ S Manufacturers of Best English Steel Circular and Long umMm m mgm mw mt fli um A a I -- AIJ-0 DEALERS IX- - i I Tlio editor of tho Bine Grass Clipper LARGE CIRCULAR SAWS A SPECIALTY has recently been visiting ainng tho Work fully warranted anil at Kock Bottom Iriccs Send for Price List with Ileat Diaeounta Kansiw kickilpootf nrtd takiUgin tbeini CBNCBEMNATI O 7 Vine cries of Missouri and hero is tlto advidd 3 H Ko gives his people upon his return ril-r W AII vint o J T t F Day Hazel Green Ky for new work or aw8 for repair will be promptly forwarded to us A MARVELOUS INVENTION Wo would nd vitro tho young men o inn my41y in Kentucky tjo stay- at home nnd apply roK IJllALLNO TUC fKICK A N1 CONQUER ijl j ii thomscjYVYJ with dilieupn tptho dovo X VhiMrfT1tfoWfr for ta the lnrllra UCltlu il ha ajtlrni IMr lrlfltr nrt opmeut of their State so rich in resour- Â¬ r uAilrUrnf ces and susceptible of all tho rustle thai t7o srftffil no wnxtJtfr nclns pholelanii or thrf ibov can aonlv to it Bv ttiia meauH fpheraof ne fulness In Infifo miuwo doniru to aid inFminu tboy may profit by Kentuckys prdgrcslf lsp he flak The iliMnif mulllxrXnin for ctu 1iDnpn1n11v11ip1111 iiiicuplct a high ptf In publio The-- experience of Missdnnana should too Whll our uiooin nun nriwr ully nru cverr bo a lesson to Kcntucklans They werc nncrlalm iiot n iannoi a fnrHirorJA kpeefy nreAnni whut thT I M furthrtn nnl will aureoftv ploudors--cnrolcs- a oE their surrounding j onUnies after HoUkUic ha vo failed to glvo relief and it was not until Eastern capitalists GEHUII1E KASHETIC APPLIAMGES CLASSIFIED KY MOUNT had rushed in uiku- theinmud mado for- Â¬ MAGKETiS JKuMiBStoiftfjas5B5lto tunes at their uoorp tbpt they realized their pps ubilitica uud tlw oxtont o their Kcinlbity of ulioe woriu BenU fonclrvulars Unusual inducements in every depart- Â¬ ahort sightednesB for previous years It ment in my imnienso establishment perpnlr cntlmcaiuruof wrlit Brna for circular hi a notable fact tbnjt yory few Slissoqri ft fAfSMSTIP ANKLET3 for Inmo tini woafc After spending several days in the mar- Â¬ ins woro bbrno ot tho tido to fortuijo by iofonkln 80ml for circulars kets for merchandise at prices that tho boom and growth of Kansas City I I HflSNUTiO M5RV4a Lot Koti tuckians stay at home shake the touch ovcry pocket and catch every eyo uena iot nets CniAirh etc uiiTjainr mountains for their wealth ami tho re- Â¬ I am prepared to bIiow yon goods and EURnUCTlm SCIATIC SHIELDS will ward will be sure ampin and with tho lilf lirlMll 1 1 V trlnotiAurwSndalo rhimmatlaii f ri prices that are without precedent in this hladiyfaka otra tlvrlr of wain ilia CLOTHING FINE SUITS people to whomit should belong DRY GOODS lognthlp Sriid fur circulars city My reputation as the leader of i ji MAfcHrrnSV OPPICR CAP for mintlemw OVERCOATS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES I rnHUIIUklu trouMrrt flth ncrToiwliai j low pricea shall bo unrivalled this coming 6r catarrh UIKVIUIIDI liulumiLIDIJt Cant Sam LUAV v Senator elect frorti I nruraWlri each tteua 6lio ot box worn tieud for I COLORED DRESS GOODS ENGLISH MELTONS ll lcu tb tho Woodford district lias announced winter as every department is fillet with circulars DIAGONALS WORSTEDS PLAIN TLAID und In Mrtriiu CTin KNEE CARforrhenrnatltmwill hia intention t6 make ft syiiojsia of all new goods and at prices that will sell no nteT i a potltlve cum It and CORKSCREW SUITBr reduce Clio owclllnir and if store to nktuml iie I STRIPED TRIGOATS all colore local bill presented to- turn and have Ir itnctiUtrtly lt ku tJ nacli br niall Bond me of i ELEGANT LINE OF tiem Hand Made B00T8 A SHOES T thoui publislifid iu tle qoujityj papers fro juiee Oenfforcrircul irt ai foro hq prpsqpta them to the Lgislnturo BC ThrypreTeiti vlr PnOTEOTwltt aNMICI LADIES AND MIS8ES Of all descriptions lLili and coreporMruThumfttlin- A It MMURL I IU til cold Iuiik IIo hopep in thj way to keep lyq 9011 MENS BOYS and CLOAKS NEW MARKETS CHILDRENS nliYnltflnl tii otiiaotila throac rtroubtea and caitituonts informeUdf what is soughttb tarrh firiy 55 3cnd for circulars Mth tC4tl rrrrr i monlKIa HOSIERY GLOVES CASHMERES bo dono and thuii obtain thoir nsslstatico - HATS AND CAPS KflGHETIC U T in checking perhiclOns logislatfon His bcnpllt til M ntittdnlKtR mihlfpi rWHafttalltur- - FLANNELS all prices and all iieaker k and con ran is fcnmmendihle in thU nnd honrJ ers thcjratrenBUionthe yocaloorda and prevent I OF ALL KINDS qualities noarroirM Mnj lor circiuar rnco ieoouB7 ttlyondoncd by ms Own jC0uty mpor nuui pimiauu ui noc TRUNKS AND VALISESr SHAWLS tho IilU5 Grass Clipper published at rhetnma COMPANIONS aoraa and SHIRTS BLANKETS Miuwar If every beuatorintlKj State I am starting this season with over yeiu t Thc ie lfRKitu uaro arnulriHi uni luidUjal qulltUird fan rural vercil for thrtr ETC ETC JERSEYS ETC would purbuolkoprecdentthu8 ostab 1000 dozen of all the staple and stand Â¬ the exinwith tvhlch thor tre worn Pried a Tnaeh lished much unw 8eltslationw6uld T iimiu flendrJao of luorouodalivail aaiJa ard makes of Merino Cashmcrs Camels HcndWrclrcUlah bo curtailed and a qonsiderablcsunt of FRIOTIOM MITTa UHiMirTiri Jv nllovlHtr i lmuifeBtton contll Har etc and will retail single garments rtlliunira IU ruouoy saved to tho State Indeed tho nation khhiy nnd liver trOnblr Julekly remonje supUa gqod oqo that wabcUcvo idea is fpr ladies men and children for lees iRciwrii---uwcunario uuiiej ana nnnann wonoerful rtetir ti th whole body of eedpntanr tho Legislature would dq a wisotbipg to RiDauad 4uuanu conipaiilan npfvoiiaT owr wiunnn teem than other and smaller dealers in this ralunble lrlce 3 each by moll pott nack a law mdkingit obligatory uaiu aviiu lurirciuara town have to pay jobbers for same qual- Â¬ -- d23ra BUS1IK0D C WASIITNOTON Jipclc llox Charleatowu W Va MliiiF S Iff Files Glimmers Swages Emery Wheels Leather and Gum Belting Our Circular Hiiwh ntnnd lit tho heml of tho market on their merit in workm nnhIp totighneHs nnd ulustlcity of tciiior nnd quality of AteoL Also a full lino of 1ronch Ilnnd Sawg In stock of our own Importation and 86 Water Streets - iu n-i lUdlnf-Ihraick- 11 J MI OPIEFJlLLlITi H1TES BRATJNS FAMOUS NEW STORE AT STERLING - New Goods WS5Ki po-0- L9W Prices New Goods Low Prices - i - 1 - Â¬ i UNDERWEAR 1 k 1 yartc-U-- o C Wn-om- - I 1 I5r J J - K--x Votliraqnt of bbtlU tho Kqre8ehtativc3 should hiako m their tnindattfurriio h Honl James TK MrrLiokK for Speaker- Ho1 would bo tho most grncefabipreflfdingofllocr that vcr wieliwd tho gavel for order in that August assembly pndwe anq sura that all wk know hini wUgrco withes ffho Speaker of ttho Houae should bon digni UCIaisqipiinariairiuid a polished parlia Â¬ fr1 MtiiiiOAKia tio om mentarian iall - KentuckyLlslaturowill convdnetand Onfy tbrtc weeks interveri yntilthe I lUfiiiEfiCr jsisimr jfcsiKiBa I acne orcold feet latuo back falllnfr of the womb joiicurraaia cnronic lojuunmaiion or uw womo ui abdominal belt and n tvalrof Magnetic ltot Datter Ira have na soiiwrmrainuie niner and euro or all They carry a powerful man th eo coiuplfilnt tblho beat of tho tlbeas Price ofliiTt with Magnetlo Foot liaUortos UIO HncuviiTi jriiil tin anaorfimlnatlon allowed OiOri uc pne In onlerlug roct ipt tenil taoauro of ivwiirUPdleaaoa wltliout niedlclno rain In the l 11 or llmba ntrroua debility lumtacn Rvner u oouuii y rneuuiniimparajM incurairiai Ki iuca uitMUM or ui KKinry torrao uypraera i luiil gnUSIons Impotxtiay heart djuca ro dyfwp atalndltmtlon hernia or ruptur pile otc- - 0on aultatlon frre lrlcu of Hltwlfh Unsntte In oas810 8ndme uniroof w Uat aadtfieot sboo woru tusna lor circulars kianbr-B-iliienRT AnnrtMiuAt HMUHC I llf lor OaRa ortikletT with rlifinnmiftn ncuralsla nervous exhaustion uj nppilaor with nlnraimjof tlm Ill Mr kirtnv headn New Goods Low Prices I ities 37tf New Goods I Low Prices tH I WANT Spbhckb Coopkr YOUR PATRONAGE ji jiii oty II C CuasM Fallen H8BND0N i J fgislation- They cau avoil bucIiau er- Â¬ ror by electing HHU Jawi II Mumj ax JL9xinKtou l wonhf fill 9 foitfe wjtli honor ttQ tho Suit auU - very ferrive LotiHlatilrO would nfakb wisUke iri olcctingf any 0110 Speaker Of tho HoBfio who f unacquainted with Mriramntarr htvr and inexperienced in Tho ilcpVftdhtativisluillid Kentuck physicians- ltlca llJl hP r ll insoleof Kend mea iuixt or Ut adMsncu who rt svonrt llvtiitrshould of chest can iiot toiwult m ht person Btr j a clear statsnisnt cf nktr rttrnt ultltJs by letter and we H thA ihid of ulilch OrtioQRiers and irriitlwincn curtt ehivnlo rtH iriaima iroui IntnUiu rrslli broiicl ltV ir- r tlsoaay nnd other cdniplalnts HAQKETis oacn A7l- mm oiu-bi-- - I -- mm S C2MSIMH Manufiicturernand Wholesale Dealers in FALLEN - - JU btiittuvd-wal-i- GENERAL Boots So Â¬ LIVERY SALE FEED STABLE KY AND HAZEL GREEN wUdlKn sm m ibo new ir ftr sum vir trtdlttoMinself fa3- - fcx Wl Jka jkA tulkJ M Hk MiTuatUii TxuhWX favora rvf ill lar fM An nrOrtUr Crrl tk 4Hfh your PrvwvM PtiyiH- iA ajVror turvUil be puillfer of tld iiin ttl r iKr lUUMtttXrrrrOArrLXANOKOA IU SsMlwni HU VklssM IU 1 htThy rJl tboycir acollsustvusof thilriKiwBi ittaMa I iwidsrclothta uurnu iely and snouwkkn taken of tt vsBonuMmii ailsctcsclmonlals ii knl ant art rno Allllancea rvaiUrvd fiend vour addresa ftr crMtvilfai irratBU nt WIUIn in iHr I a ad iM2 4 HAZEL GREEN KY 611 Main Street Shoes 1 AND 10 Summer St Loui8Tillo Ky J Bostonrass J mmtmwmmmmmmmmimmmm JIvi several 0oaitiatl ncre of fine tim ber mineral ami rttrnifnR IwuU l Wolfw nJ sdlolnltiK conntit a for tnle Write fer dewtriptUtt lUt and lrm Ropresontcd by J 0ly B tli i i provided myself with saddle uud harness horses and vehicles r aipeotfully solicit the nnblio patronage I will feed horses by the tingie ferf day week or month nnd take pleasuro in Riving nil stock entrusted to me especial attention HorseH bougM and sofd on ponirnw ilon nnd will drive hors to harnc 11 far all who deslro my servleea All chnrgea rca tollable and saUfuoliu guaranteed J U 1HEKATT Hit OTA11LK nnd F1TTKD UP A FIRS CLASS i V sfffilr A r r IftttJifiiiirfriiMiitf -i i mr iln ajttoj to4tmmmmmmtkm 1 H WH53I igi n t J hBC S f Hi I 1 1 lucrononta andmicra wishing o rest and the warrant on which theywtrre State nccurc the trade of Eastern Kentucky will arrested chnrced them with robbery Alfred find U TUB BEST ADVERTISING MKDIUM McClaln was their Victim and till Fork Morunn county the scene of their Opera Advertising Ratos jGCTTransient advertineinentfl 75 cents an tions They nrc charged with breaking into inch first insertidn 25 cents an inch for Mr McClains store nnd taking therefrom between ftJOO aad 100 In goods consisting each subsequent insertion of clothing jewelry uotlous ntc These aTAHDIHtt ADYERTIBBMENTa 1 innhl vcarS 500 4 innhpg vpurfclBOfl boys will be remembered ns the two who 900 5 inches 1 year 1750 have occasionally exhibited ashowtf jn thin V inches ly9ar year i w u inciies l year wvv place They wefci cvidytitlv too lazy to 3 IDCncs i work but if they nre guilty as charged they local notices 6c a line with 5 per cent off will soon findetnplovnlent In the pen where work is compulsory Truly The devil ioug uiuc ior nm LfHrHnrra i1 InntVi notA frn always finds work for ldlc hands to do Later Mr Cummins has arrived from butes of respect and obituaries 6 cunts a West Liberty where the bvs were turned line rj AnnnllnnnmAnti tf Alnrlilalaa C over to the jailer The other gentlemen State or District offices 10 County offices who aided in the nrrcst were lien Carr 5 calls on persons to become candidates deputy Hheritr Pete Day and a Mr Wil Payable liams all of Morgan countv Mr Cummins u nd their answers 5 cents a line says about 10 worth of the courts was f6nnl invariably in advance No name will he entered upon the in posHwion of the Fields boys and the Sl SubsbripYioli Hook until paid for presumption is that they concoaled the bulk and all subscriptions are stopped at expira of their booty They deny the robborv anil tion of time paid for notice of which will claim to have purchased the goods thpy lind on the of a peddler but this story is considered bo indicateduy AOKuuixiarlc thin goods margin in frojit of your name A prompt renewal only will inBuro its continuance A letter from Upper Grassy was re- Â¬ SPENCER COOPER ceived at this office after the paper wnH so nearly in type as to prevent its publication We however give a synopsis of the news GARRISON HE SELLS CHEAP in it Our correspondent saysThe school of this vicinity closed on the 3d iust Henry P Lucv the teacher has HARDWARE QUEENSWARE labored earnestly and faithfully for tho peo ple of this school district during the past live months and lias gained the esteem of CUTLERY TINWARE his patrons and the niVection of his pupils There was a large number nfrpcrsons pres MASONIC TEMPLE MT STERLING KY ent to witness the entertainment given by julily Mr Lacys school and nil the exercises were carried out in perfect good order Andrew Toliver of Klliott countv is vis iting his fathers family in this community lie also seems to be visiting a part of Look out for the Red X Cross on your another family of this community Rev K P Mickel preached at Ucthsalem paper It denotes that your time is up and unless renewed at once tho paper will Btop cu Uie 4th inst Bro Mickel informs us thut he will hereafter make hN residence in coming Jackson Urcathitt countv nnd that he and Rev Jas M Little will us regular Row E F Mickel preached at Betlisa monthly preaching on the give Sunday nt first Jem lntt Sunday 11 oclock A M and at 6 oclock i M Ilevs Nickell and Morrihon Rev E P Mickel and family left per will Morrison protruded meeting at Stnm begin a Beth for Jackson lastMonduyXsalem on Tuesday night before Christmas and the services will be continued over Advertisers wishing a change of mat- Christmas ter should Head in their copy not later than Jlomlay of each week Our lady friends whourelookingaround to see what magiiziue they wish to subscribe Hon XM Knsh of our place is suf for for next year should see Demorests ferine with rheumatism and sciutie pains Monthly for December which is just out Ho lias been confined to his house since lust It certainly is in the front rank of Family Magazines and seems to combine a dozen Friday magazines in one so varied is the informaRev Picrattwill preach at the tion it contain1 Any lady possessing this Point Union school house near Coxs Mill valuable publication cannot fail to keep next Saturday night and Sunday morning at house well if she follows its suggestions It not only giveVfull information on house f 1 oclock hold matters but furnishes light as well as T F Day are receiving a fresh solid rending Ono of its late attractions is each portrait and n sketch stock of goods among which ure many to give life ofmonth n tlio ono of Christmas tricks for the children and hand of the C T U Thnt forState Presidents of December is Mrs the W some articles suitable for presents Mary Towne Burt of New York State In is a magaziun thnt every fact G B Swaugo has recently added a lady Demorests of refinement should possess It is new stock of staple and fancy dry goods beautifully gotton up and its price 200 notions Ac to his stock and will be ready per year puts it within the reach of all to accomodate ull wishing goods for tho hol Published by W Jennings Demorest 15 idays East 14th street New York Furnished Mon Â¬ with Tun Hkkam for 2G0a venr A J Woods with his family on day moved into his new dwelling on Hazel Married On Thursday Nov 30th Green hights We welcome another good 1887 Capt at the citizen andhiaiiumlytQ the fellowship of in Mavtown residence ofcounty Win Sample Morgan Ky E B our people May Fsj and Miss Willie I Sample by Rev W W Manker of the 31 p Church The publication of The Gem at West The man who yields contiding love Liberty has ceased Col Ilazclrigg will lo To virtuous woman s charms cate at Morehead Rowan county in a short Shall find a home in womans heart time and at that place start a paper to be Au Eden in her nrms called the Highland Blade And while the zephyrs kiss the flowers Several of our citizens attended county Or sunbeams guild the day Among court ut Campton last Monday His happy vears shall calmly glide them G B Swaugo the presiding judge In pencefulness away Hon WO Mize 11 C llerndon EsqF On Nov 16th in Letcher county N Diy J W Cravens and Jumcs Lacy John R Sumitek to Martha Maooaiid boy and maybe Judge Day officiating A little future candidate for President of the United Next Wednesday the regular Stats attending the primary department at stock sale day at this will bo but from tho place recently produced Hazel Green Academy outlook there little and readJeCQie tfie school the following presentmnrket and fewwill be but Until stock on buyers there original composition on ChickcuT Hens is athe better demand for stock farmers should coons inaKes nesses and dogs catches hold on to what they have unltss they are compelled to sell The prospect for improvTho quarterly meeting of the M E ed prices is iust now anything but flattering Church South this place closed on Monday There will be a demand before long howevnight Rev Mr Eklar pastor preached on er Its a long lane that has no turn and Saturday night Ilevi J J Dickey of Jack those who feel discouraged at the outlook son delivered two dispources on Sunday and should hear ih mind thnt bohind the dark Â¬ Rev A F Duvnll resident minister at est cloud there is always a silver lining Cariipton preached on Monday night It is undvrstood a protraced service will comTho Board of Home Missions of the mence juat after the holidays Presbrterinu Church has engnged Rev E I iViiCKUi io iiiku uiiargc oi inu rrrsoyie We have just heard of a dastardly rian churches in the counties of Breathitt deed committed by some one during services Morgan Menefce and Wolfe He will be at the Methodist church here last Sunday located at Jackson Mr Mickel was for a night thu perpetrator ol Which if found long time pastor of thevcharch nt this place should bo punished to the extent of the Jaw and the people of our town of every denom Onr citizens all condemn the deed and nil ination wonlii he gina to nave mm and his Mrs Mickel who respect the hnrnnd good society should estimable witte with usagnln contributc80mething towards a reward for is at present stopping nt the Day House but will go to Jackson as soon as Mr Mickel the conviction of tho guilty party pan secure a house George W Chanel nn old nnd highly W Prolfit who lived on La respected citizen ol Morgan county died at cy Generalthis county and who has been a Creek night at his residence on Grassy last Friday from scrofula for several ears died 11 oclock onii was buried Sunday morning sufferer on Wednes was Monday on the farm of Dink Murphy Rev J T on histHo lcavosandwife buried large fumily and a a lie day Picratt preached tho funeral discourse circumstances was in good health up to two weeks before of children jn destitute to our case that anneals his death but was taken down with fever Here is aaud charitably disposed Chistion persons citizens and never rallied He waa about seventy They niny show the lave or the Lord that years of age He that glv is in them f6r it is written tith to the poor leudeth to tho Lord Â¬ Mrs gallic Trimble wife of our venerable townsman W V Trimble met with n AfmivTMCVTRTon PRKArmiN o very painful accident last Thursday In Rcr Engcne P Mickel and Rev J M Lit Btcppiug ofl th porpJi fche slipped upon a tic will meet tho following Appointments piece of ice and fellupon her right arm Dec 11 New church on rrozen Dec 18 which haflJecri much swollen since the liddloFnrk church Dec 25 Jnckson rt i i Occident niid from which she suflera great Jan 1 jsemsaicin mm uumnre unn o pain Wc hope soon to hear that Aunt Sal Huzel Green After Jan lsLall thechurctrts ly as everyone cnlls her is herelf ugaio will be regularly supplied each month with and in the mcantimo we extend our sym Â¬ trenching of which notice will be given by pathy In her affliction hat time Anv nnd everything that can bo exe Â¬ Wo have incidentally learned that new tvpe first class presses and Hon D D SuMctt of Salyersvillo will bo cuted with in the hands of skilled mechan CongreM fine paper h candidate for the nomination for from this Teiith diilrint in the Democratic ics may bo hud nt this office at less than Congrosstonal Convention whenever that city price to It will pay any man In Kastem got nay bo held Mr Suhlutt is very popular Kentucky Scud his prlntlncrntTitR Her for estimates and state in the district well potted in polities ac ald office quainted with Stat tiuiiir has aomo cxpe exactly what you want rlouco in legislation has been a Democrat Jackaon aad brldo J WImxIIkkiw nil his life and if elected would wake a IIqiu W P Talbrer were Riiwta of tlia KlngoJUotwe on Wed worthy aueccMor of Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ QaVitqn Ky bee 4 J M Love Â¬ urcsmill COUnLVlnlt luivtilav nml i the Morgan county jail at West lace is With us hgain after a protracted ah ifMii larcer rcuaiibu in the mountains 6j Liberty Our fcJIowtpwnsiiinnTlios Cuu schc6lld has just eltfsed a five months Knatcrn Knitoythan anv paper in the niins was one 9f tic party mnklug the iff lerm or School in Fstill countr unci IUWUDO THE a- - ERAT1D Tho Fields Bros GpnriTnnnd Wiillnm werft arrested by a pbsne attheJr father placed in U1 IH U 4 1 frw CAUfTOKT A NOW CREATING EXCITEMENT AT FEW rWKJ SPECIALS n V wlf- - I -- MgMHMMMM SUwVAV HT v4T JMfce t X - Swimm is on the sick list Jemima Spencer aged sUty fivc years BIG BARGAINS IN LITTLE THINGS xlied at her residence nonr this place Nov BUTTONS 2 cross 288 for 5 qcnts She had bced a sufferer for over six PINS 1 cent a Paper teen Tears She wnh u member of thuBnn CARPET TACKS 4 papers for 5 cents LEAD PENCILS 3 cents per dozen tistcfmrch nnd an earnest christian She WOOL YARN 6 Skeins for 25 cents SLATE PENCILS 25 for 5 cents leaved a host of relatives and friends to BEST ZEPHYR G and 7c per ounce BORUEUKI IlA3UKiU0IIIIlKS 3 to 5c mourn her loss SGyTwo largo rooms and basement filled with goods which uro bought right nud Your correspondent had tho pleasure of listening to an eloquent discourse this alter are sold close nqpn at the Methodist church by Rev Lc c now ready on 2nd floor 86TH0LIDAY GOODS BOOKS TOYS auder Lacy of tho Christian church CIOSK ritlCKS IX WIIOLKSAM2 1KPAKTAIHNT Horn To the wife of 11 N Horton the 17th ult7 a girl Sadie Ruth to the wife of jvnn umiuj me uui int u uuy ut iiiu wife Of Daniel Peirry tho 30th ult a girl to tho wife of A F Byrd the 1th iust a boy Miss Jessie A Stnmper is visiting relatives and friends ut this place G T Center kas removed his goods fom n J N Vaughns house to the Masonic Hall s KY for MENS UNLAUNDRIED SHIRTSf reinforced front and back aul 373c well mado beats irihny brag 50 cent ones Mrs Loujlurst M Ttosc and Rollin Kash of Hazel J LADIES WHltfE KNIT UNDERWEAR at 25 30740 60 cents and bettor Green were in town Monday at 20 25 35 up to 160 MENS Mrs John Ward and Mrs G W Cox of LADIES CORSETS at 25 50 75c to 150 I keen Rails Health Dr Warrens Uoxs Mill wero the guest oi U M Hanks Thompsons Glove Pitting and all popular makes ol Hornets MENS GLOVES Tuesday NECK Leonard little son of C C Wircman Is SOCKS SUSPENDERS SILK and LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS vervjll and his recovery is doubful WEAR DRESS SHIRTS WORK SHIRTS KNIT JACKETS MUFFLERS of visituigat U M Hanks of Lee couuiy waa the gueaWpf Mrs W 11 1 Duff Sunday Mihs Pocahoptas DuHi yislthig her sister vrtOKLTs iNeok are Miro Knte Gray Misses Louisa and LottsicttA Moore ED S RICCS 7 Woit MainStrset LEXINGTON l lrJ llh Â¬ JLT HAJZEL GREEN KENTUCKY F DAY Ji 1 i 1 Rex Â¬ STOVES Â¬ The Herald and tho Weekly Cincin Â¬ nati Enquirer oie year fur only 200 It strikes us that this is the ln st combination yet made and if it hits you the same way send us 200 in cash and you will get both papers for twelve months tf live at home nhd make mor money at work for us than in elVe in the world Capital not needed you arc started free Both sex es all ages Any one can do the work Largo earnings sure from lirht start Costly oittlit and terms free Better not dclu Costs you nothing to send us your address and find out if you arc wise you will do to CO Portland Me nt once II II AILETT Wholesale and Retail Largest Stock R2 Lowest Prices HERE AND THERE Â¬ Mean Heavy invoices arriving daily and stacks upon stacks of goods to meet every department of trade Live Stock Country Produce and School Claims received in trade on notes accounts or1 merchandise J T F DAY nCtf Â¬ JT Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ A foul stomach was his unpoetic answer People who have no such pleasant night visions and awake feeling as though John Jay Dickey A M Principal they had had no rest nerves all unstrung wondering What on earth IB the matThe eighth semi annual session of this in- ter with mc would better take some simple treatment in TIME Persons will stitution will open MONDAY Jav 9 1SSS neglect themselves and put off treatment until their health is gone Th capacious new building whose archi- Â¬ What would you thtnk of the authorities of a great eity with its miles of tectural beauty and interior completeness sewerage to tako away the filthy accumulations of streets nnd alleys allowing tho have been so universally admired will be sewerage to choke up and spread contagion and poisonous cases from decaying ready for occupuncy i et your course is just as UNWISE Tho A corps of COMPETENT TEACHERS matter to blight that city br dfopaso will bu ready to give instruction in the com human body is well provided with all that is necessary to cacryingolthe unclean mon school and higher branches and in and you nlow it aecumulato nnd decompose bringing all manner of ills to tho music and pniusing flesh An old Chinese proverb is Keep your feet warm your head cool and your Special attention will be given to the train- bowels open Make a memorandum of this and try it and if you dont keep well ing of teachers there is no truth in tho world The past record of the school is its best guarantee for its future work Bonrd nnd tuition reasonable For full particulars call upon or address Will do the business for von Sold and guaranteed by the principal at Jackson Ky J T Ji F DAY Hiucl Green Ky UO Kzel kv J II PIERATT J N VAUUIIN Camiiton Ky And nil General Storosin Kimtorn Kentucky Â¬ Msi Acarlemy A Young Wife Said to her Husband of My dear I dreamed last night that you wero an Angel What is that a sign Â¬ Â¬ A Â¬ CALVERTS LITTLE LIVER PILLS Chip- - Goodsi LOOK AT THESE PRICE Â¬ 100 100 100 Monarch Flour 100 lbs 250 Anchor Flour 100 lbs 225 - - 175 Salt 1 barrel lbs Extra C Sugar 14 lbs 0 Sugar 15 lbs Yellow Sugar 13 Chiles Thompson Co WHOLESALE - GROCERS -- And Dealers in Country Produce AGFNTS FOR i five-year-o- 3 - w 1 doz 1 lb 1 doz 3 lb - ld 170 165 150 75c 5 Oysters f 100 7Jc Kings Powder Co Kanawha Salt Co Standard Oil Company Perfection Flour Mills Steel Horse Shoes Manufacturers Snow Flake LimeN MT STERLING KY M Â¬ Tomatoes 5 Gallons Coal Oil Good Rice per pound Â¬ Other Groceries in Proportion r -- Il t Â¬ MY STOCK OF-i Â¬ MENS AND SUITS TRIMBLE BROTHERS OVERCOATS COMPLETE Wfholesule Grocers MT STERLING KY I can sell you as nice a suit as you can get in Mt Sterling at much less cost to you I keep on hand DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS Ac In fact everything that is kept in a country store Call and sec me ana Â¬ BRING YOUR PRODUCE For which I will pay the highest market price W JR TABOR WORD w Harbison A 707 709 KOTHWELL ky with Respectfully Invite the Mountain Merchants to Examine their Stock and Prices before purchasing m -- s 1 1 Â¬ HARNESS AND COLLARS 7J1 W MAIN 8TKHBT SADDLERY LOUISVILLE KY Gathrlght NEW I FRESH AND -- GOODS CLEAN - Jukl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- - t prvieiit Incumbent awiay uitftit lut I propose to sell them Cheaper for Spot Casta BOOTS AND SHOES than ever before known iirtliii marktL Cftll on mo nd you can Save Big Money TU W MaIr LOUISVILLE KY witkyou Will t nt 8terlJBgevry Cmty Crt divide pwfiti Qm fl 8W ANQQ Wbolenle Detlers In Ht -- am now receiving Now Goods and my stoctaof General Merchandise is now complete consisting of Dry Good No Â¬ JOE R TURNER Mt Sterling Ky tions Ladies and Gents Boots and Shoos- Hats and Caps Headquarters KBVItnSINTINO Quconswaro Hardware Groceries Drugs Suddteryj and Green Huffaker Cfot varioty of articles too numerous and too tedious to mention 615 M4 t rt l J - iyiBvnTrrw f v Fat TTrTTifiiii HMM iyiittttSififiyKUftiaiKaK - Subscription M4ferfdAeo6HiAny tttelfcrnA a Year Editqji spenxh i t-i o fc i their surroundings and it was not until Eastern capitalists had rushed in uponthcminnd nmdo for-Â¬ tunes at their upors that they realized their possibilities uud iIhi oxtont ot thpir short sightedness for previous years It la a notable fact thnjt yory few Missonri ins worolbme on the tido to fortuiio by tho boom and growth of Kansas City Let Koiituckians stay nt home Bhakotho mountains for their wealth and there ward will bo bure ampin aud with tho peoplo to whonvit should belong i li ii i1 Cant Bam Li1AVy Senator elect from tho Woodford district Iuu announced hia intention t6 makoa synojisis of all local bill presented to hnu and have them published iu the county papers bo foro ho present them to tho Legislature way to keep lyrj pon Ila hopep In oft i i very famous Bellevuo Hosjiital were all siic Tiro only drawback wwi are cog- Â¬ cessfully duped by a mere girl totally nizant of js that ut present iron would uninformed as to the peculiarities of have to bo transported This uiiiluulty demented persons all of them unwitting Â¬ however could bo overcome by greeting ly helped her forward to tho Asylum a lunuiuu uiiu uuiijiil inc iron oro which her mission rcmiircd her to gain available ih eaHyrnliiini distance of access as an inmate After ten days of which tlifcro Ib HufTlcIerVto supply tires observation and noto takiu of tho treat and trimmings for years to come Wo ment if the unfortunates by the officers ironware thattlie lociil demand for wa and attendants ull of whom supposed gons would not support u manufactory her insane--Nel- ly Blys friends secured of this kind But with uo tolls to pay her release What was the consternation and a cmnpnrativuly goqd road why of those who took part in forwarding her could nottheao Wiigpns bj hauled gjjpnply to tho asylum and of the asylum author- Â¬ to Rotlnvoll station for shipment A ities and attendants torcadin the World sito for a manufactory of this kind can of October 9fh Nellies ten column beho had hero cheaper than in the large ginning of tho narrative finished in the cities tho raw material Would cotft Icib edition of October llith of what she saw k than nnudinif and tluipro boAt lean and experienced en route to and within a third more tiian can bo nmdo at thoao tho Insano Asylum The Metropolitan j in places wj lore- raw material and- town Persons who lend a lifo of exoosuro taxes are both high ttJic stiibliHhimmt of such an enterprise would bo a lirolitu are subject to iheumatism neuralgia and bio investment to party invu g tho lumliago and will find a vtluablo remedy energy to undertake it and tha benefits in Dr J H McLeans Volcanic Oil Lh accruing to our town woud lie proton iment it will hpnish pain siibdili ju Bold by G B Swangy tipnatc Suoh an bjtubli jIjmOjjt Could fiainmation not bo successfully run VitlVless Ihiin Ifazel Green Thtao with fifty or a hundred hand p r-thoir families would have- tb be fTtriiish -cd Ijouhos ruturuing nfcood rental to the landlord enterprising enough to build for thoir accommodation Pur school would have nioro facholars our stores en Â¬ WATHD joy increased salves mid our town receive largu tracta of For an lingliHh Syudicat an additonal industrious population But there are still other benefits An influx of citizens would Increase tho de Virgin Tniber inera Lands mand for produce and the fanners would raise and sell mom Such n manufactory would ho mutually beneficial ky and wo hope this article will catch the 1ltICKS Must be hccgsmoIu to ltailruador oye of some one with interest enough to good lloiitiiiij streams luvestifjato the matter aswearo con- Â¬ riTTITLK JIU3T BE VK1WCT fident investigation will lead to invest- Â¬ live Aill pnrtictdnra ment UU8UKOU C WA3IIINJTON d23ra Ipck Ilox 10 Clmrlcatowu W Va Tho editor of tho Ulhe Gass Clipper has recently been visiting1 among the Kansas kickilpoos and taking in the m to Disease CnreA Witliont Meflicins cries of Missouri and hero is tho ndvido lio gives his peoplo upon his retnrni A MARVELOUS INVENTION m Wo would ndviso thu yiniug men o Kentucky tjo stay at home and apply FDK IIKAUNO 1 1IC HICK AND CONQUER- JNU IVV1A thomscjvvtf with dileupo tp the devel Â¬ X ViiMiWrnMffrtipjinliir ta thska thqir State so rich in resour- Â¬ opment of jnf tlit tin tjilni Mc lrimj tan lrrtlti IUUtru ces aud susceptible of nil tho rustle thai XTft wnml no Vnrfir nrlnit tihrdlldnii or tTid they can apply to it By this means mwllml iraliuiHVuvnrrnllri Hiafrruhora of nie ruinrtn u liiy kiul wo urtiro lo lil thrm In fur- tboy may profit by Kentuckys prdgrcs iiiuary luctnn ror itrln inenlalc tho onfot lytlclnu occupies a high Dlace In pulillo The experience 6f Misabnnans should too Whlli our Appll tciin niilrif Mirvtily jitot n punartxi for overylll thnr r what lo a lossou to Kentuckians They vrlllHironlMirieefvflurnort A girl of twenty ou tho New York December 9 L 1887 World s stall of reporters wasucominia Lii sinned to obtain information concerning i J the treatment of inmates of the citys Insane Hqsnitul on Jjlackwells Island IeaYpn8 I p Ire y abpflo Jt Nellie lily feigned insanity frightened the people of thehouse where sho was yfhfr hP hPrc p he plftcc toaluove It temporarily boarding into having her arrested wa taken before the Police tljpbeat Mints n J Court hnd by it cojnmitttid t0 BellcYtio Rigt uoroiJqrq9 Hospitnl for cxamiuation as to hpr nicutal Here three physiomns the a largo acuta In the vicinity of 1 lasscl soundness Green lWk uiV Wckdiy oFa sup6rIor cityiuanity experts pronounced her qHllty fori fiillys and stokes niid insane aim nnu ncr conimiicu to niacK axles tti bo lificl in abuiiduricc The wells IshuHl Asylum The police the finest yellow poplar can bu hud for the Court the nurses and phyisciaus at the Friday HAZjEItt i Tho GntfBJuBjLjajvaH hiurder trial ter Â¬ minated in tho Recorders Court at Lex- Â¬ ington last Saturdfty Jugo Walton after briefly summing ity the evidence discharged Gkkkn and ho walked out a free man I1 1 If MiUi IS 0 6 0 ihi tBmmmmwwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Smartor Than All of THem 6 I ofll O 0 II 0 0 ooooooooo NOWS YOU R HANC If you have been waiting an opportunity of this kind cheap manufnctucoif bodies nml coal E m BRACE IT in v OUICKLY XIOKLB Come and see our glorious crop of i We axe placing before you a fine display of Genuine Bargains which will YOUR HEARTS15 with unalloyed pleasure Â¬ Â¬ We have hummed and hustled and our COMPETITORS Barg a his - Fail Goods WILL HOWL when they helir the people sounding our praise for the energy we have shown in securing such a Â¬ - - Beautiful Bedazzling Bewitching stock of CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS and FURNISHING GOODS IF YOU WANT FIRST CHOICE COME EARLY uy - Timber - WAITED Lands t i i i M 3 t MT STERLING KY kmv Ummmm w ALfcO Â¬ Â¬ JSiWBN W orders v Manulacturers of Best English Steel Circular and Long I mm few fit 1 SIAiWfST DELHRS IN Swages Emery Wheels Leather and Gum Belting Our Ctrciilur KnuH Mnml itttho lioad of tho mnrkotnn thoir merit In tvorkmnnnhlp touKlitNi mid ulustlcity of trmiior and quullty of atuuU Also a full Itiintl Sauit In Htock of our own Importation Files Cummers Vork fully warranted and at Itock Bottom Trices LARGE CIRCULAR SAWS lino of rronch A Send for Price List 7 Vine ti J T Jt ion P Day Hazel Green Ky for new work or huwb for repair will be promptly forwarded to us my41y and 061 Water Streets CINCINNATI SPECIALTY ith JJcat Discounts O HMD cntltuos utter lucdlcthCJ havti Tatlrd to gWo relief iiirthnmnnl BA68EI1G MAOSi TiS tcnlitlziofkliuvrurii IK aEifW EflAXETIG 8ml forclreular HASHETIG now CntAxrh etc rrlce ofankln circular AT S M OPMIFMifli Bmnsmsi BRAUNS FAMOUS NEW STORE S 1 ftPPLlAHCES CLASSIFIER freml fopclrrulnm MOUNT STERLING KY Unusual inducements in every depart-Â¬ ment in my imnienso establishment After spending several days in the mar- Â¬ at prices that kets for merchandise touch every pocket and catch every eyo I am prepared to show yon goods and prices that are without precedent in this city My reputation as the leader of low prices shall bo unrivalled this coming winter as every department i3 filled with new goods and at prices that will sell them porinlr rcnilmeniiiruof wrltt Bcnil forrlrcuUr PJIflfSWRTIft ANKLETS for la mo ivnd woaU uiHUlib a if niiklut Irlco socn tlenatlta 94 3 raalU iiand for New Goods RfcffRa5BK Lqw Prices I r TXf1l worn New Goods Low Prices I CLOTHING FINE SUITS 1 i BOIATIO SHIELDS will pool-UAfllUICTin tivtily CHIV BUlll III UIULI3HI lirlUkllliV hip dlxtako ulmi Prion HS SihuI cUt of waittaud i itrainiPs BiHl fur circulars MflfiMRTfB OAP for wntlcrm trouMrt ncrroiu iilHUilul IU OFlC xlijj rbllof litadaehn nmraUla M catarrh will Kl IxnX IIUIUniJIKlClj lYIoo circulurs i ouch bend aim of Beud or MAGWETiC rvauL o mn owillliiif ana reitore to rktuml au InunciUauljr 1iku nochbr hiall Soiutaueof kuu tfanflforcfrcitkin mMmS2il tl tj jtltuonts informcU bT wliat is MAHMiSTin LUKQ luiijf bo done and thrill obtain thoir asslstarico in checking perhicl6us legislation His course is comineuanoio in line nnu neartlly endorsed Kb1sdw0 cptfuty yapor tho BlUO Grass Clipper published at Midway i If every Seuatorintho State would purttualkoprecdentithua ostab Hshed much ttuwiatiilofttqlatlon would bo curtailed aud a qonsiderahlo sum of juonoy saved to thu State Indeed tho Idea is surha goodono that yo believe the Legislature would do a wisothipg to tnack A law making it obligatory - soughrtb cure cold itmimatlinw naiiraiuiai prouiaoni inroai irouDtoa ana ra od toe oirculan iMtb teU tirrh Titcu ii mniriia nMunbiiu vi Th r pravrnt r tJtionoru with whlIc1 Ixnpllt to rlotftitldiiliitn iiiihlliimker and tins um iniij iiiruKUifliiino Ticai ourua nnu proTcufc iri boara nria Htm fbr clfcalar Irlco ft aooh by U mail m ml uo of nix- i iw UAntiiui trjtui fnlUK Thii lpcirlm liiro amiilrM unl ibi reicr aorta aaa lunlkalqiialltUf ai tax irvl rfM fir Itrlr worn Ince viaen mp ei wiiii wnica inny Tarl-u-d MAGNETIC IftJc WtkMuTX DRY GOODS LADIES FURNISHING GOODS GOLORIJD DRESS GOODS PLAIN PLAID and L STRIPED TRICO ATS all colore ELEGANT LINE OF LADIES AND MISSES NEW MARKETS ana CLOAKS HOSIERY GLOVES FLANNELS all prices and all qualities SHAWXS SHIRTS BLANKETS JERSEYS ETC 0VERC0AT8 ENGLIS11 MELTONS DIAGONALS WORSTEDS and CORKSCREW SUITS Hand Made BOOTS SHOES Of all descriptions UNDERWEAR I am starting this season with o er 1000 dozen of all the staple and stand- Â¬ ard makes of Merino Cashmere Camels Hair etc aud will retail single garments fpr ladies men and children for lew than other and smaller dealers in this town have to pay jobbers for earao qualities37tf MENS - BOYSP CHILDRENS CASHMERES HATS AND CAPS OF ALL KINDS TRUNKS AND VALISESr COMPANIONS ETC ETC UmC IMARMPTIP FHIpTlpM MITTB a ror circular iimmiiii ih iv siiovihiik inuiKsron cpnaiffj taium Kiittiy nrxi iivrtroouip guiaKiyramoru m lwcullar to lyullo nnd liniartn wonder luiTigoriu iunoi dcxijt Iaraonaoi tnarnmrj UaUta ami Impair pvctou power will find them aurajoablocompaalonj frlce 91 Mcb by mail pot- prompV pu su - lorfirevuara A thoir mlndatonrrito Only thrto weeks Inervcri9 untllthe Kentucky Ilslatur6wHl cbnvdne and t tho Kqircaentatives should hiako up Hon1 MtMlea dtiMiaa fcodlment ot bbtlil niiln ill ii ni i lin yftflMKY vAQKETS OuC0fWET8 Tho iWphlatiVeslulio Krtitucfcy pinwib i ii i tr inuir ana uenilwinun curi ehrunio iSp ii latjita troua iniaUnjoi jaralTuj very fcnlVc woiuil ntnkb rxsniHtUro lirouohlli n it iiiimo nnd ollmr rtiniplalnta Klilollhtf r IImiiI II of oiillbtt UhvileJaliu IVh miiHtake iii electing sny one Bpeukcr of tV each Il iraolo tvrn miikun t chtor unncquainted with BfiiMlkiiriWalij fiaouna llTltiiranouiii the Ifotwo tvho ht ailManco who can nt ooiiruit ua ra pcraon iHt a clear MrlfanwaUurr kw and inoxporioncfd in tHmourtltki hy lattYr and taunuiit ff nkkrafaid tl of Allllanca rvaulrrt la tliliin5i feglftlMtknu They can Rvohl cmcluui cr Krnl vil aililivi Air lt tfMxl llftkl 9 ii1Ki Trrthtrnvni witu II Muili Jaw tor hr hImhk StfttsoiimU of iilnionlaI Tnoilkkn ax f LxiiKtou wuhr fill lie lira nm tjlftinaHta ainaiUtilMtloall otfM Jvr Ho llfldrrcintrtra 7o iMlMiitha houor q the tAUt aiul tusfr Uku Dio it4T MlYMW ll tttrAttiiiitttttM fwftroH wtU tho most gnicefultpmadingeffiecrtliHl vcrwiehlciV tlw gavel for onlor in that ugiibt assumhly and wo are sura thstall whckBow him wll grco wlthusr bc Speaker of tho Ilouae should bo a digni- Â¬ fied disciplinarian tuid n polished parlia- Â¬ mentarian Mr1 MlLiirfAN Js tlio oiu Mullioak for SiMjakor- - Ho would1 bo James In irvnrl vt th kklnrjra torplti llrrent liuJ jnualorn tmuoltiojr heart djaoaio dyrwo alalndlBtUonharnUorhlpturlrllF ate Oon aultatlnn frr rlr of liltwlth Hasnattc lt olua 1101 8nd rueajuro of waiit kaU Mae of ahoo wora txfaa ror cinruiara f t pokUlrolj tho toll lUf lyiir dlneaaca jiian wll rntHllclnevltliout lumhaRuj tfcinjA or llaiba tierroua dDbllltj-Vain In the dobllltv rhpiimailimparalyal ncuralirto - KmUHC I euro - New Goods Low Prices i New Goods I Low Prices fiHtlaruoback fallliiK tha chrofllc iJeuoorrbaia licit and aiallammatlon of Um womb an ftalrof Muriifllc ltot Dattis rt hTonaDperiur9ln the reliefa nml cur uf ai linao coiunlalnta Thfv carrv nowsrful tni Mtlaf ortii tb Uo Uutt of th ahmif Prloe Of1aT Hem nv nm wiin nairniim fixii imuiinoi OjU Di and titf mlnatlon allnwnl nr iv nitM k in onjerlmfi mim uA4uiti of Iroivulpt ni pi KICNETIC fiSffWLWCSPB rhrumalUm ncuralKM ncrroua eihanatlondja Q iwpla or with mtruu of tJirtllrtir klilnxYl haaiM acfiaorroM womh of I aassm WANT YOUR PATRONAGE CUA8M FALLEN it fSPBKCKR COOrKR II C IlBRMDOfi I -- MM S FALLEN - Manufacturers HIflB Anil HHT Whotesale Dealers in h GENERAL Boots rfoOU Main Street LIVERY SALE FEED STABLE AND HAZEL GREEN o KV 1 lW le oHlm iiml rmllfc q Rijwlf a4iTlJwloiirnDlMirlli1nouWtaai MfhlTf VWA nvoll CVtiritrior - Ulr V4tIKtvrHa4 vuaof tlio year - mc AccrdlMK to ftmrl Htm rww WP wm rWtW from Wwllng TAniBK fvoru fnw C rvJiMiiiww rl off lad Igete J HAZEL OltfJEN KY Hav ievml tbnaiiiml acrm of flnellm Wolf her mineral ami fliriufiiK lawU unijullolnliiK iMiTintlf li WfJUfiif ilfMrlptlva IWttml lrmi Shoes j AND 10 Summer St lAaror ywirPrmvUfbrlrum ttirvUk- U lb uf Louisvillo Ky Dostonlnsd iUim Uw Ux oh TIU JHtMMTKl AVPUAHQK V- 1ft I IhMlMni m tMOeejMNlH ammMmmmmumtmmm fr MRopcosuntcd by J 13 UP A HAVINO F11TKD uroviilud FIltS CLA8 mvaolf with and aauuiu nnu imrnrM norms ana venicir rdipeotftillyiioHolt the imblio pntroaag I will feed horfi by the single fetr day werk or month anil take plraiaro in giving till stuck eiilriialcd Ui tun eipreial attention iffloraia hoiignl ami mW on eumrnlij lon and will ilrlre hon to fturni sn for all re vtho deilro my nervUen All clmrH oimhltf aud latUfaetluH wnnruutrrd J U PlKKi TX Mlf 4 t t st AatJfil l Uf cv yJH- - jrnaa larger sirculntton In the mountairfa 6j Knatorn Kentucky than any paper in the State ind nfcralian ui amTolucrti wishing o Hccure the trade of Eastern Kentucky will find f HE tERATjTj it TUB BEST ADVERTISING MKDtUH jetTTransient advertisements 75 ccntsi an Inch first Inscrtidn 25 cents nn inch for each subsequent insertion 1 ypar 500 4 inches lycarflSOO inches year 900 5 inches 1 year 1750 i 3 inches 1 year 1200 6 inches 1 year 2000 Special ratcson larger ad veftiscnient local notices 5c a line with 5 per cent oft for long time 2fc Mhrrlago and deathj notices frccj tributes of respect and obituaries 5 cents a -- line Announccracnta of candidates for Ptntc or District offices 10 County offices jo calls on persons to become candidates und theiv answers 5 cents a line Payable invariably in advane No name will be cutrred upon the -SubsllrirHioh nook until paid for and all subscriptions arc stopped at expiration of time paid for uotiee of which will on the be mdicatedbyaoroaainarl margin in front of your name A prompt renewal only will insuro its continuance SlXCEIl COOPER Advertising Ratos Stawdino Advertihrmknth I 1 I inoh Â¬ fjr Â¬ X GARRISOH HE SELLS CHEAP HARDWARE TINWARE QUEENSWAHE CUTLERY ICY STOVES MASONIC TliMPIiK MT STERLING juGly HERE ANpTITEEE Look out for the Tied X Cross on your paper It denotes that your time is up and unless renewed sit once thu paper will stop coming Jem lnst Sunday Row E P Mickel preached at Rethsa iTw - - Rev E P Mickel and family left for Jackson last Monday- - Our lady friends whonrelookingaround to see what magazine thev wish to subscribe Hon JVMI Kash of our place is suf for for next year shoufd see Demorests John Jay Dickey A M Principal feriiiK with rheumatism und hciatio pains Monthly for December which is just out The eighth scinbnnuuul session of this inHo haw been confined to his house since last It certainly is in the front rank of Family stitution will open MONDAY Jan D isvs Magazines smd seems to combine a dozen Friday The capacious new building whose archimagazines in one so varied is the informaand interior completeness Rsiv PierattriviHpreach at the tion it contains Any lady possessing this tectural neuiitv universally admired will be have been so Point Union school house near Coxs Mill vnlnnblc Jiuhliention cannot fail to keep ready for occupancy next Saturday night und Sunday morning at house well if she follows its suggestions A corns of COMPETENT TEACHERS It not only gives fiH- - information on house will be ready to give instruction in the com il oclock hold matters but furnishes light as well sis mon scliool and niglicr branches and in Ono its late fresh J T F Day are receiving a many Folid readingmonth aofportrait attractions is music and pniusing and n sketch to give each Special attention will be given to the train stock of goods among which sire of one of the of Christmas tricks for the children and hund of the life T U That forState PresidentMrs inir of teachers December is the V C The past record of the school is its best somc articles suitable for presents Mary Towne Hurt of New York State In guarantee tor its future work fuct Demorests is a magazine that Board und tuition reasonable G B Swaugo haa recently added a lady of refinement should possess every It in For full particulars call upon or addrcBS staple ami fancv dry goods beautifully gotton up and its price 200 new stock of notions kc to his stock and will be ready vear puts it within the reach of all no principal ui juckudu iy to accomodate all wishing goods for the hol Published by W Jennings Demorest 15 idays East Uth street New York Furnished with THE Hkkaid for 260 a vear A J Woods with his family on Mon- Â¬ day moved into his new dwelling on Uazcl Makmkd On Thursday Nov 30th Green bights We welcome another good 1887 at the residence of Capt Win Sample citizen und JiiaJuwily la the fellow ship of in Mavtown Morgan county Ky E B our people May Esq and Miss Willie I Sample by LOOK AT THESE PJtlCEA West Rev W W Manker of the 31 E Church The publication of The Gem at The man who yields confiding love Liberty has ceased Col Jlazclrigg will lo 13 lbs Extra C Sugar 100 To virtuous womans charms cate at Moreheud Rowan county in a short Shall find a home in womans heart time and at that place start a paper to be 14 lbs C Sueur 100 An Eden in her arms called the Highland Blade - 100 15 lbs Yellow Sugar And while the zephyrs kiss the flowers Several of our citizens attended county Or sunbeams guild the day Monarch Flour 100 lbs 250 Among court at Campion last Monday His happy venrs shall calmly glide 13 Swango the presiding judge them Anchor Flour 100 lbs 225 In peacefulncs8 away Hon WO MIze II C Herndon EsqF - - 175 On Now 16th in Letcher county Salt 1 barrel N Iiy J W Cravens und James Lacy John It Sumptek to Martha Maooahu 3 170 boy and maybe Judge Day officiating A little - - 165 a 5 future candidate for President of the United Next Wednesday will bo the regular Stats attending the primary department at stock sale day at this place but from tho Oysters f w 1 doz 1 lb 100 Hazel Green Academy recently produced present outlook there will be but little stock Tomatoes 1 doz d lb - 15U and reatXJyjfece ihejjcjipol the following on the market nnd few buyers Until there Hens original composition on Chickens is a better demand for stock farmers should 5 Gallons Coal Oil 75e matces neshes and dogu catches coons hold on to what they have unless they are 7Jc compelled to sell The prospect for improv- Good Rice per pound Tho quarterly meeting of the M E ed prices is just now anything but flattering Church South this place closed ou Monday There will be a demand bcfore--IonhowevOther Groceries in Proportion night Rev Mr Eklar pastor preached on er Its a long lane that has no turn and Saturdny night Rev J J Dickey of Jack those who feel discouraged at the outlook son delivered two discources on Sunday and should hear in mind that bahind the darkMY STOCK OF Rev A F Duvall resident minister at est cloud there is always a silver lining Caniptoii preached on Monday night It is understood a protraced service will com- Tho Board of Home Missions of the inenco just after the holidays Fresbrterian Church has engaged Rev E T1 i MiCKCi io niKo csiargc oi me AND churches in the counties of Brcnthitt Wc have just heard of a dastardly some one during services Morgan Mencfee and Wolfe lie will be deed committed by at the Methodist church here last Sunday located at Jackson Mr Mickel was for a night tho perpetrator ot which if found long lime pastor of the church at this place hhotild bo punished to the extent of the law and the people of our town of every denom Â¬ COMPLETE Our citizens all condemn the deed and all ination worth hcglnto have him and his who respect thsrlatrnnd good society should estimable wile with ussgaln Mrs Mickel I can sell you as nice a suit as you can contribute something towards a reward for is at present stopping at the Day House but get in Mt Sterling at much less cost to you will go to Jackson as soon as Mr Mickel I keep on hand DRY OODS NOTIONS the conviction of tho guilty party can secure n house BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS Ac In George W Chapel nn old Jnd highly that is kept In a country fact W TrollSt who lived on La store everything sec me and Call and respected citizen ol Morgan countVi died at cy Generalthis county and who bus been a Creek his residence on Grassy last Friday night at several xcars died 11 oclock and was buried Sunday morning sufferer from scrofula for BRING YOUR PRODUCE Rev J T on lust Monday ami was buried on Wcdues on the farm of Dink Murphy dnv He leaves a wife and a large family For which I will pay the highest market Picratt preached tho funeral discourse He of children ju destitute circumstances price was in good hcali up to two weeks before case that anneals to our his dSath but wn taken down with fever Here is aaud charitably disposed Christian W R persons citizens and ncvcrtrallicd He was about seventy They may show the love of the Lord that KOTIIWELL yeura of age Ho that giv is in them for it is written to the poor Iendeth io the Lord A WORD Mrs Sallio Trimble wife of our vener- Â¬ eth wrrn able townsman W V Trimble met wiih a ArroiNTMKjrreroitPRKAcuixa very pttiuFul accident last Thursday In Iter Eugene P Mickel and Rev J M Lit Htepping off the poroh she slipped upon si tle will meet tho following Appointment piece of icejind fell upon her right arm Dec 11 Newchuroh on Frozen Deo 18 which 1ms hecn much swollen sineo the Middle Fork church Dec 25 Jackson uccideut and from which she sutlers great Jan L llcthtmlcm and Gilmore Jan 8 pain We hope noou to hear that Aunt Ful Huzcl Gruen After Jan lstnll theehurchts HARNESS AND COLLARS ly as everyone calls her is huielf uguin will be regularly supplied each month with 707 709 A 71 W MAIN 8TIUSSr nnd in the nirantimo wo extend our sym preaching of which notice will bo gireu by LOUISVILLE KY pathy in her ntlltrtlon that time Anv and everything that ran bo oxt TOE 1L TURNER Wo have incidentally learned that uutcd with new tvpe first olns prewes and HeAiiqunrtor ML Sterling Ky Hon D p Sublclt of Safyvwvillo vrU bo flnu paper in tho hands of skilled inochan A candidate for tho niimlimiion for CongrrM jucyanBiiNTiNo from this Tenth IMtrini In tho Deinooratiu it4 may be had nt this oftlne at 1cm than It will pay nny man in Eastern idly prices Congressional Convention whenever that Co way bo huld Mr Sublutt Is vey popular Kentucky to get his printlntrnt TlIK Hint Hcnd for estimates nnd state lit the djsitfiot well poUd In pollltcs ac AM ofllce Wfeoletaht Dtftlrrt In nualiitcd with Mlate ulfylr htu scomu expo exactly what you want rteueo In leglilHtion Iim been a DctuoerHt J Wlst llnglirnt Jnuknou xd bride nil his lfr nitd If eleulod would waku ft KY OS Ma Hi 1 who worthy utfcsuor of Hon W Tlbeer fciwUgiitatn of tbft KlnKoJIotwoR Wtii Will beW t Mi JHrU IOUIHVIIJK wry CtHBtjr night U9 prvieut lueumbeut Â¬ Â¬ J-T- Advertisers wishing a change of matter should Bend in their copy not later than Slosiday of each week Â¬ The Fields Broa Gcorgoand William f CAMPTOK were arrested by h ponso Mfthelr fathcrhj 0AJinTpN KY bee 4 house lnUrcathitt county last Tucadav and M Love Â¬ NOW CREATING EXCITEMENT AT placd Jn the Morgan wuntv jail a West lace is Willi Us again after a protracted ab Liberty Our fcllow tpwnsuiaiK Thos Cuui jfchce He has just fcldsed n fivo months niins was one of the parly ihnUUig the ar irm or School in Estill count v rest und tho Warrant on which theVwire Misses Louisa and LotricttA Moore of 9 arrested charged them with whiter v Alfred tracker iMok are visiting nt U M Hanks McChiin was their Victim and rJlk KorkM Mirn Kate Gray of Lee county was the LEXINGTON KY Morgan county the scene of their 6pdra uentpf MrsAV II 1 Duff Sunday 371c for MENS UNLAUNDRIED SHIRTSr reinforced front and back au Mit H Pocahontas DulTU visiting her sister tions They arc charged with breaking into Mr McClalna store and taking therefrom Mrs Lqu JIurst wcllmado beats ninny brag CO cent ones 4- - M 100 aud between Rose und Rollin Kash of Haicl LADIES WHITE KNIT UNDERWEAR at 25 30r40 00 copts and bettor 400 in eoods cousislimf of clothing jewelry uotlcjugf etc These Green were in town Mondsty at 20 U0 35 up to IfiO Mrs John Ward und Mrs G W Cox of MENS boys will be remembered as the two who have occasionally exhibited ashowm jn thin uoxs Mill wero tlic guest oi U M HntiKs LADIES CORSETS nt 20 50 75c to 100 I keen Balls Health Dr Warrens Thompsons Glovo Pitting and all popular makes of Corsota MENS GLOVES place They weft evidently too inzy to Tuesday iiwpw wAMnirrsprTiTTTa wcm- Leonard little son of C C Wircman Is isnritsa uiTcntvi uMci ciTTtr work but if they are guilty ns chargtd they will soon findctuplovnicntin the pen where vervvill and his recovery is doubful WEAlt DRESS S1URTS WORK SHIRTS KNIT JACKETS MUFFLERd Swimm is on the sick list work is compulsory The devil Truly c ulways finds Work for Idle hands to do Jemima Spencer aged sbty five years BIG BARGAINS IN LITTLE THINGS LatBR Mr Cummins has arrived from died at her residence near this place Nov BUTTONS 2 cross 288 for 6 cents West Liberty where the liovs were turned iSfh She had bccii a sufferer for over six PINS 1 cent a Paper IWAli Jll VlWVi rftr ilntnn VHS V over to tlio jailer The other gentlemen teen years She was a member of thoBap CARPET TACKS 4 papers for 5 cents AJ14lk4 PMMnirH VWM OI 11 b i viiuruii iiiiu 25 for 5 cents who aided in the arrest were Ren Carr anv WOOL YARN 6 SkeinB for 26 cents SLATE PENCILS mi en men i ciirisiiiiii deputy sheriir Pete Day and a Mr Wil- leaves a host of relatives and friends to BEST ZEPHYR G and 7c per ounce BonvEiirn II ANiKinoiinwa 3 to Oc liams all of Morgan county Mr Cummins mourn her loss fcgyTwo largo rooms and basement filled with goods which aro bought right aud Your correspondent had the pleasure of says ubmit l north of the goods was found in poHeKiion of the Fields boys ami the listening to an eloquent discourse tins alter arc sold close presumption is that they concealed the bulk uqpn at the Methodist church by Rev Lc c now ready on 2nd floor iSrUOLIDAY GOODS BOOKS TOYS of their booty They deny the robbery nnd auder Lucy of tho Christian church CIOSK THICKS IN W1IOL1SHAIK JUCPAltTJrlKNT 11 N Horton the BornTo the wife of claim to have purchased the goods they had of a peddler but this atory is considered 17th ult n girl Sadie Ruth to the wife of John Cuddy the 20th ult a boy to the thin goods wife of Daniel Pelfry the 30th ult a girl A letter from Upner Grassy was re- Â¬ to tho wife of A F Byrd the 4th iust a b ceived at this otlicc after the paper was so boy Miss Jessie A Stamper is visiting relatives nearly in type as to preveut its publication Wo however give a synopsis of the news aud friends at this place G T Center has removed his goods fiom in it Our correspondent nays The school of this vicinity ebsed on the J N Vaughns bouse to the Masonic Hall t Bex 3d iust Henry P Lucv tho teacher has labored earnestly and faithfully for tluj peo Tur HriiAM and the Weekly Cincin Â¬ ple of this school district during the past live month nnd has gained the esteem of nati Enquirer oto ear for only 1500 It his patrons and the ntVection of hN pupils strikes us that this is the best combination There was a large number of persons pres- yet made aud if it hits you the same way ent to witness the entertainment given by send us f200 in cash and you will get both tf Mr Larys school and all the exerCiseu were papers for twelve months carried out in perfect good order Andrew Toliver of Elliott cnuntv is vislive at home and make more iting his fathers family in this community money at work for us than iu Ho alho seems to be vibjting a part of else in the world - Capital another family of this eoinmuuity i Rev E P 5lickel preached at Itcthsulem not needed you are started tree Uoth sct en the Ith hist Uro Mickel informs us es all ages Any one can do the work start Costly that he will hereafter make his residence in Largo earnings sure from Jackson Breathitt count v and that he and outfit ami terms free Better not delut Rev Jas M Little will give us regular Costs you nothing to send us your address monthly prciching on the first Sunday nt ano iiiiu oui ii you are wise vim win no ru Co Portland Me 11 oclock a M and at at once II aotr oclock p M Ilevs Morrison Nickel umLMorrison Stamper will begin a protracted meeting at Ueth salcm on Tuesday night before Christinas und the services will be continued over My dear I dreamed last night that you wero an Angel What is that a sign Christmas mi j1 1 m jJPSK M j a t i uuuu J A FEW SPECIALS u iirlVie r STiiS WwwiW it Â¬ ED S Street RICGS TWoat Main f 4 3 ni lJ c Â¬ lttl A VT 1 -- I i i 11 Si J1 J T HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY F DAY f Lowest Prices Â¬ Wholesale and Retail Largest Stock Â¬ Â¬ YOOs A irt Hailitt Heavy invoices arriving daily and stacks upon stacks of goods to meet every department of trade Live Stock Country Produce and School Claims received in trade on notes accounts or merchandise J T F DAY Â¬ Jackson Acaflemy A Young Wife Said to her Husband of Â¬ Â¬ A foul stomach was his unpoetic answer People who hayc no such pleasant night visions nnd awake feeling as thongli they had had no rest nerves all unstrung wondering What on earth 18 tho mat ter with me would better take some simple treatment in TIME Persons will neglect themselves aud jiut otT treatment until their health is gone What would you think of the authorities of a great city with its miles of sewcrago to tako away the filthy accumulations of streets aud alleys allowing tho sewerage to choke up and spread contagion and poisonous cases from decaying V ot your course is just as UNWISE Tho matter to blight that city by dineasohuman body is well provided with all that is necessary tocacryingoirthounclean and you nlow it accumulate and decompose bringing nil manner of ills to tho flesh An old Chinese proverb is Kcp your feet warm your head cool and your bowels open Make a memorandum oi this and try it und if you dont keep well there is no truth in tho world - Will do the business for von Sold and guaranteed by J T F DAY Hazel Green Ky CALVERTS LITTLE LIVER PILLS J J Kzci Ky M IMERATT A JJKO N VAUUIIN Cainjton Ky Anil all General Stores in Eastern Kentucky Â¬ Clip Â¬ In Co Chiles Thompson WHOLESALE - GROCERS -- And Dealers in Country Produce AOFNTS FOR Hi j five-year-o- ld Kings Powder Kanawha Salt Standard Oil Company Perfection Flour Mills Steel Horse Shoes Manufacturers Snow ElakeLime Co Co t vis II 4 m m Â¬ MT STERLING KY g Â¬ 2 vi Â¬ MENS SUITS TRIMBLE BROTHERS A OVERCOATS Wholesale Grocers V MT STERLING KY TABOR t i Â¬ w Harbison ky SADDLERY Cathright Respectfully Invite the Mountain Merchants to Examine their Stock and Prices before purchasing F RE S ED- 4 M 1 jk1 r Â¬ NEW I -- CLEAN GOODS i A Â¬ Green Huffaker BOOTS AND lrt I uronose to sell thorn Cheaner for Snot Ouih SHOES than ever before known intlus market w ChII on mo and you can Sav Biff Money Ill I uiviuo pom wiwitfou W ANQQ s tU am now receiving Now Goods and my stock of General Merchandise is now complete consisting of Dry Goodi No Â¬ tions Ladies and Gents Boots nnd Shoos Hate and Caps Quconswaro Ilardwaro Groceries Drugs Saddlery and variety of articles too numerous and tocvtedious to mention i- W 1 iWBBsiM ai mL i rsfflMTA til Tf i iii iiisssMhn iiiterfMhtlMi7iipi7 issAtfilwiMisllillwIiHrit ft - s- - jjjtFtjiijw i nmi MiWibmmm z iiiniiiinii iiin m rom pi 7t k g M fc iagjwmjtmjfiifgjarlMKAjpta Mr - rfrmiliiWilri o CONCOBi AND DISCORD Sin Cam o and the Concord of Sounds Molted Away Swt But tho Song of the Morula Star Will lie Itesiimcd Again When the snrs Will Be jwecKT nnil All Thing In Consonance Ur Tulmugcu Serraou V Rev T DcWM Tal dlcoursod this Trioming on Concord aud Discord and tho toxt was from Job xxxvili 0 7 Who laid the corner-stone thereof when the morning stars sang together Dr Talmago suld We ull have seen the coromony at tho laying of the corner stone of church asy- Â¬ lum or Maaoulc tcmplo Into tho hollow of tho stone wero placed scrolls of history and important documents to bo suggestive If oho or two hundred years nftor tho building should bo dostroyed by flro or torn Wo i omembor tho silver trowel or down iron hummer that smoto tho squuro piece or granite into sanctity Wo ro memboi some vonorablo man who pro aided wielding tho trowol or hnuimcr We remember also tho music as tho choir stood on tho scnttorod stonos and timber of the building about to bo constructed Itio leaves of tho noto books iluttorod in the wind and wore turned ovor-- with a gieut rustling and wo remember how tho great buss baritone tenor contralto and soprano voices wore onmiinglod Tlioy had for many days boon rehearsing tho special programme that it might bo worthy of tho corner stone laying In my text the poot of U calls us to a grander ceremony tho laying of tho foundation of this groat tomplo of a world Tho corner Hone was a block of light and the trowel tns of celestial crystal All about and on tho ombunkmoiits of cloud stood tho nngelio choristers unrolling their librettos of overturo and other worlds clapped shining cymbals while tho ceremony went on and Ood tho architect by stroke of light uftor stroke or light dedicated this great cathodrul of a world witli mountains for pillars and sky for frescoed ceiling nnd flowering Holds for floor uud sunrise and midnight aurora for nplioMery Who laid tho corner stono thereof when tho morning sturM sung toÂ¬ gether Tho fact is that tho wholo unlvcrso was complete cadence an unbroken dithy Tho great ramb n musical portfolio shoot of imufbnslty had been spraad out and wriltcu on it wore tho stars tho smaller of them minims tho larger or notes The meteors them sustained marked the staccato passages tho wholo heavens a gamut with all sounds intona- Â¬ tions and modulations tho space between tho worlds a musical interval trembling of stellar light a quaver tho thundor a bass clef tho wind among the trocs a tro bio clcr That is tho way Ood made all things a porlcct harmony But one day a harp string snappod in tho groat orchestra One day a voice soundod out of tune One day a discord harsh and torriflc grated upon the glorious autiphono It was sin thul made tho dissotiauco and that harsh discoid has been sounding through centuries All tho work of Christians and philanthropists and reformers of all ages Is to stop thut discord and get nil things buck into tho perfect harmony which was heard at tho laying of tho corner stono when the morning hturs sang togothor ltoforo I get through If I am dlvinoly holped I will mako it plain that sin is dis cord and righteousness is harmonv Thut things in genoral aro out of tuno is as plain as to n musicians ear is tho un happy clash of clarionot and bassoon in nn orchestral rendering Tho worlds health out of tuno Weak lungs and tho atmosphoro in collision dis Â¬ ordered eye and noonday light iu quarrel rheumatic limb and damp uoathor in struggle neuralgias and pneumonias nnd consumptions and opilepsios in docks ewoop upon neighborhoods nnd cltios Where you find ono person with sound throat nnd keen eyo slght and alert ear aud eusy respiration and rogular pulsa tiou nnd supplolimb and primo digestion and steady nerves you And a hundred who havo to bo very careful bocauso this or that or tho otbor physical function la dis ordorod Tho human intellect out of tuno Tho judgment wrongly swerved or tho mem- Â¬ ory lonlcy or tho will woak or tho totnpor Intlammnblo nnd tho well balanced mind exceptional Domestic Ufa out of tuno Only here and there a conjugal outbroak of incompatibility of temper through tho divorce courts or filial outbreak about a fathors will through tho surrogates court or a case of wifo boatlng or through criminal courts but thousands of families with Juno outsido and January within Socioty out of tuno Labor and capital their hauds on each others throat Spirit of casto keep- Â¬ ing those down In tho social scalo In a struggle to got up aud putting thoso who re up In anxiety leal they have to como down No wonder tho old piauo forto of society is all out of tune when hypocrisy and lying and subterfuge and doublo tiealing and syoophaucy and charlatan- Â¬ ism and revengo havo for six thousand years been banging away at tho keys and stamping tho pedals On all aides there is a porpotual shipwreck of harmonies Nations in discord Without realising it so wrong is tho feel Â¬ ing of nation for nation that the symbols chosen are florco and destructive In this country whero our skies aro full of robins and doves arid morning larks wo have ear national symbol the fierce and illthy eagle as Immoral a bird as eanbo found Ih all the ornithological catalogues In freat llrltalu where they have lambs and failed deer their symbol Is the merciless 1 H Russia where rum tatyroeu her ire t Xertti and bloowlwg Heuth ull kindly wMt key eke tk growling bear a4 In the werWs hers Wry I a favor H ejr tketfraiA whtyh a wlwgd t Amt ihm starts ful Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Biiooki yn mngc 1 D A v t k ht X m sx n 1 m 1 a f f t 18 l i a HUmiU tf UyfJew JM w u disagreement with His holiness with His purity with His love with His commands our will clashing with His will tho Unite dashing against tho infinite tho frail against tho puissant tho creatod against tho Creator If a thousand musi- Â¬ cians with 11 u to and coraet-a-plstoand violoncello and trumpet and hnutbols and trombone aud all tho stringed and wind instrument evor gathorcd in a Dussel that dorf jubiloo should resolvo thut thoy would play out of tuno uud put concord to tho rack nnd mako tho placo wild with shriok ing und grating aud rasping sounds thoy could not mako such a pandemonium as that which rages in u sinful soul whoa Ood listens to tho play of its thoughts passions and omotions discord lifelong dis- Â¬ cord maddening discord Tho world pays moro for discord than it doos for con- Â¬ sonance High prices havo beon paid for music Ono man gavo two hun- Â¬ dred and twouty flvo dollars to hour tho Swedish songstress in Now York nnd another six hundred nnd twenty flvo dollars to hoar nor In Boston- and an othor six hundred and fifty dollars to hoar hor in Providouce Fabulous prices havo boon paid for awoot sounds but far moro has boon paid for discord The Crimean war cost one billion sovon hundred million dollars and our American civil wnrorer nine and n half billion dollars nnd tho war dobts of professed Christian nations aro about fl ft oo u billion dollars The world pays for this rod ticket which admits it to tho saturnalia of brokon boueiand death agonies and destroyod cltios ami plowed gravps and crushed hearts any umount of money Sittuu asks Discord I Discord I But I have to tell you that the snug that tho morning stars sang togothor at tho laying of tho world corner atouo Is te be Moxnrt greatest over resumed again ture was composed oho night when ho was several tlweB overpowered with sleep aud urtisU say thoy cnu tell the place Ih the wunlc when he was falling Mlrfpud thM pUeos when ho awakened f the morning sutrs Ho Ike mrlur speteit of Itf pty toS has hiMn twloop but It wHl kvrAkeA Hud k mam grttHdly rHdert4 by the evening star of tk wotU uxUtcHoe nh by tho morning Ood ti Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A JSoVA Scottx atntosmnn Jiaa lost battle and call it Mars after tho god of stars and the vospors will bo sweeter purpose Thousands of wind uud stringed war and wo give to the eighth sign of than the matins The work of ull good instruments Twelve thousand trained itis logisltitivo stmt bccatisn liitt ugetit1 tho zodiae tho namp of tho scorpion a men aud womon and of all good churches voices Tho masterpieces of ull agos renliirejl vehicle to convey his voters to creaturo which Is chiefly celebrated for nnd all reform associations is to bring the dered hour after hour and day after day he pollrJ its deadly sting Hut after al theso race back to tho original harmony Tho Handels Judas Maccaboius Spohrs symbols aro expressive of the way nation rebellious hoart to bo attuned social life Last Judgment Beethovens Blount The Stuto of New York produced Mondels feels toward nation Discord wide as to bo attuned intornationality to be at-Â¬ of Olives Haydns Creation this year 1000000 barrel of apples bo tho continent and bridging the seas I tuned hemispheres to be attuned But by sohns Elijah Moyorbecrs Coronation supposo you have noticed how warmly what force nnd In what way I March rolling up und up in surgos that sides what were used for eider Theso in lore dry goods stores aro with In olden time tho choristers had a tuning billowed against tho hoavens Tho mighty apples are shipped iu large quantities othor dry goods stores and how highly fork with two prongs and thoy would cadoncos within were accompanied on to England grocerymen think of the sugars of tho strike it on the back of a pew or music the outside by tho ringing of the bells of groccrymon on tho samo block And in rack and put it to tho our and then start the city and cannon on tho commons in The Cantiilinn press is quite unani Â¬ what a eulogistic way allopathic and the tunc and all tho other voices would exact tinio with the music discharged by mous iu its attitude towanl the English homoopathic doctors speak of ouch othor join In modern orchestra tho leader electricity thundering thoir uwful bars of and how ministers will sometimes put has a complete instrument rightly at- Â¬ a harmony that astounded ull nations gentleman who is commissioned to parÂ¬ ministers on that beautiful cooking instru- Â¬ tuned and ho sounds that and all the Some times 1 bowed my head and wept ticipate in tho adjustment of the fish ment which tho English cull a spit an Iron other performers turn tho keys of their Somo times I stood up in tho enchantment iigiit Aud thut attitude is any thine roller with spikes on it and turnod by a instruments to make them correspond and and some times the effect was so overpow- but friend v crank beforo a hot flro and then if the min sound tho bow over the string and listen ering I felt I could not enduro it When ister boing roasted cries out against it tho and sound out over again until tho keys ull tho voices were in full chorus Diamond a eat famous ns a prizo mon who uro turning him say Hush ore scrowed to coucort pitch nnd the dis-Â¬ und all the batous in full wave and winner and for which an oiler of 130 brother wo aro turning this spit for tho cords melt into one groat symphony and all the orehostru in full triumph and a glory of Ood and the good of your soul the curtain hoists aud tho baton taps and huudred anvils under mighty hammers is said to havo been refused died in She was of the ti and you must bo quiet while wo closo tho audiences aro raptured with Schumanns wore iu full clang and nil the towers of Hartford recently sorvico with Parndiso and the Peri or Rossinis the city rolled in their majestic sweetness rer variety and was so large that sho and tho whole building quaked with tho Most be the tie that binds Stubat Mater or Bachs Mngnilicat as unable to stand under an ordtnaty Our hearts in Christian love boom or thirty cannon Parepa Kota with a in D or Gounods Redemption chair The ourlh is dnimelured uud circumfcr Now our wond can never bo attuned by voice lhat wil ncvor again bo equaled cti ouccd with discord nnd the music that an imperfect instrument Even n Cremona earth until tho urcbnngelic voice proclaims The projected railroad from Sophia was rendered at tho laying of the worlds would not do Heaven has ordained tho that timo shall be no longer rose above all the capital of Bulgaria to Pi rot just corner stone when tho morning stars sang only instrument und it is made out of tho other sounds in her rendering of our Natogothor is not heard now and though wood of the cross and tho voices that ac tional air Tho Star Spuugled Bannor across the border iu Servia will bo hero and there from this nnd thut part of company it are imported voices eunta It was too much for n mortal and quite completed in March next and will con- Â¬ socioty und from this und that part of tho trices of the first Christmas night when enough for an immortal to hear and while nect through Belgrade with the en- Â¬ earth thcro comes up a thrilling solo of Heaven sercnadod tho earth with Olorv Bomo fainted ono womanly spirit released tire European system of railroads It lovo or u wurblo of worship or a sweot to Ood in tho highest and on earth peace under its power sped awuy to bo with Avill then bo possiblo to reach every Ood duet of patiouco thoy aro drowned out by good will to men Lust wo start too far O Lord our God quickly usher in tho capital in Europe by rail a discord thut shukes tho curtli off and got lost In generalities wo had Paul says Tho wholo creation groan better begin with oursolvos get our own whole worlds ponce jubilee and all cth nnd whilo the nightingale and the hourtsuad life in harmony with the eternal islands of tio sea join the live continents The Kentucky Court of Appeals e woodlark and tho canary aud tho plover Christ Oh for His almighty spirit to and all tho voices and musical instruments cently made a decision that muni or sometimes sing so swootly that their uotts attune us to chord our will with His will of ull nations combine nnd all tho orgaus havo boon written out in musical notation to modulnto our life with His lire nnd that ever sounded rcquiom of sorrow while under the inlluonee of liquor is sound only a grand march of joy and all subject to the same penalty ns withuit uud it is found thut tho cuckoo sings in tho bring us into unison with all that is pure key of D und that the cormorant is u basso nnd sdf sacritlcing and heavenly thut in liimifiv Tlif ilnit Iino u ij liiil Tho the bells that tolled for burial rinc fo in thowingodcholryotsportsmansgun nnd strings of our nature aro nil broken and resurrection and ail tno cannon ttint ever JWU that drunkenness is ilself an of tho untuiuiuil blast often leave them rufllcd twisted andtho bow is to slack it con not iiunuu uciiui across mo nations sounu c feue and that one offense docs not and bleeding or dead iu meadow or forest cvoko nuy thing mollilluous Tho instru- eternal victory aud ovor all the acclaim of Paul was right for tho groan iu nature ment made for Heaven to ploy on has beon earth and minstrelsy of Heaven there will furnish an excuse for the coinmisMuti drowns out tho prime donuo of the sky roughly t wan god and struck by influences be heard ono voice sweeter and mightiei of a greater one Tnrtlni tho great musical composer worldly and demouiuc O master bund of than any human or angelic voice a voicr once full of tears but then full of triumph droumod ono uiglit that lie made a contract Christ restore this split and fractured Life in Texas isMiilieiently active to I am Alpha with Matan tho luttor to bo ovor in tho and despoiled and unstrung nature until the voice of Christ saying prevent stagnation For instance lift composors service Hut ono night ho first it shall wuil out for our sin and then aud Omega the beginning and tbc end Vietnriana the lirst and tho last Then at the lay miles from Brownsville handed to Satan n violin on which Dlab thrill with divine pardon ing of the top stone of the worlds his- Kamare was called to the door of hi olus played such sweot hiumc that The whole world must nlso bo attuned tho composer was nwukoncd by tho by the samo powor A few days ngo I was tory the same voices shall be heard as houe and stabbed to the heart At uo emotion and tried to reproduce tho iu n great factory six hundred hands und when at tho laying of tho worlds great distance from this point Snero the morning stars sang to sounds und therefrom wns written they havo never had a strike Complete Castillo was hImj called out but he in- Â¬ Tnrtinis most famous plocc entitled tho harmony between labor and cnpitul the gether itiated the killing bv shooting one of Tho Devils Soimtu a dream ingouius operatives of scores of years in their beauRICHES OF BOLIVIA his assailants dead wounding another but faulty for nil molody descends from tiful homes near by tho mansions of tho Heavon and only discords ascend from manufacturers whoso invention and Chris- A Coiinlrjr Whonu Mineral Itciourcos Are and putting the remainder of the party Simply Jiinxhnuttllile holl All hatreds feuds controversies to flight and escaping unhurt tian behavior made the grout enterprise Bolivia is doubtless tho richest in miner- Â¬ backbitliigs and revenges aro the devils So till the world over labor nnd capital will sonata are diabolical fugue aro demoniac be brought into euphony You may have als of any land on tho globe and millions A singiLak instance of American upon millions of precious metuls havo beon phautusy are grand march of doom aro heard what is called tho Anvil Chorus taken out ot her mines by the primltivo business pluck i afforded by a St Lou allegro of pordition composod by Vordi a tuno played by But if iu this world things in general nro hammers great and small now with procewi which still oxtstn und must cxicttUl man A if Jordan who has establish Â¬ railroads out of tune to our frail car how much mighty stroke and now with heavy chinery are constructed to curry ma Â¬ ed a large cutlery manufactory right un Â¬ there Every ounce of ore that moro so to ears angolieanddoWle It takes stroke beating a great iron anvil That is der the noses of the most formidable finds a skilled nrtist fully to appreciate disa what the world has got to come to anvil tho its way out of the Andcsis carried on back of n man or n llama und tho rivals he could possibly have in Shef Â¬ greement of sound Muny havo no oa chorus yard stick chorus shuttle chorus quaitz Is crushed by rolling heavy logs He declares his inten- Â¬ pacity to detect n dofect of musical execu- trowel chorus crowbar chorus pick axo upou it By this method Bolivia exports field England tion and though there wero iu ono bar us chorus gold mine chorus rail track chorus tion of producing wares of as line a from twclvo to fifteen millions of gold and many offenses against harmony as could locomotive chorus It can bo done nnd it silver annually and the output would be quality as any in the world and is not crowd in betweou the lower of the bass will be done So all social life will bo nt tnbulous if modem machinery could be daunted by the gloomy prophesies aud the higher O of tho xoprauo it would tuned by the gospel harp Thero will bo taken Into tho mines The distance from givo them no discomfort whilo on as many classes in socioty ns now but the Jujuy to the farthest milling district of Bo-Â¬ which are made regarding his venture tho rorehoad or tho educated artist classos will not bo rcguluted by birth or livia is seven hundre 1 miles nnd It is no If lie succeeds it will bo a notablo bauds of porspirution would stand out wealth or accident but by tlio scalo of vir- farther to the diamond fields of Brazil Bo- Â¬ triumph of Yankee audacity nnd tech Â¬ as a result of tho harrowing dissonance tue and bonovolence and peoplo will bo livia offera a grunt of twelve sqtiaro lengucrf nical skill Whilo nn amatour was performing on n assigned to their places us good or vory of land and forty thousand dollars u mile for the Argen piuno and had just struck the wrong good or most excellent So also com- Â¬ tlno Northern extension of the FitVNK JI Taylou of Long Branch En- Â¬ to Sucre and chord John Sebastian Batch the immortal mercial lifo will bo attuned and glish capitalists aro ready to continue carries a unique umbrella The han Â¬ composer entered tho room and tho ama- thero will bo twclvo in every dozen the work as soon as tho Argentine dle is topped with hammered gold from teur rose in embarrassment nnd Bach und sixteen ounces iu every pound Government drops it at the boundarv line rushed past tho host who stopped foiward nnd apples at tho bottom of tho barrel will When it is built the owners of this road will a five dollar gold piece found on tho to greet him and beforo the Kov bonrd had be as sound as those on the top and silk hold tlin key to a country which has excited beach last winter The stick was nit stopped vibrating puthis adroit hand upon goods will not bo cotton and sailers will the cupidity of ndventureis since the New from one of the leaves of an eboti table tho keys and chuuged tho painful inhur not havo to charge honest people moro World was discovered It has furnished food which came over witli the Puritans iu mony into glorious cadence Then Bach than tho right price becaUbO others will for four centuries of fable and armies of turned nnd gave suliitntiou to ho host who not pay aud goods will come to you corro men havo died in search of its treasures A the Mayflower Tho ribs are covered with silk taken from the dress worn by had invited him spoudiug with tho snmplo by which you trritory as largo as that which lies betwoen purchased them and coffee will not bo the Mississippi river and the Rocky Mount Â¬ a lad 3 at the time she was pulled from But tho worst of all discords is moral discord If socioty and tho world aro chicoried and sugar will not ha sanded ains remains entirely unexplored On its before an engine iu time to save her bordtrs painfully dlscordunt to imperfect man and milk will not be chalked and adulter- immensoore the richest of agricultural lands tracts of timber strewn life The cover is made from cloth Oodf Peo ation or food will bo a States prison of- Â¬ Btreams and tho sllvor and diamond what must thoy bo to a porfoot gold of from the catafalque in the funeral ear ple try to define what sin is It socms to fense Aye nil things shall bo attuned Cerro do Pasco and Potosl Whatdeposits Â¬ of lies withPresident Garfield mo thut Bin is getting ont of hnrmony with Elections in England and tho United Statos in is the subject of speculation Tho tales Â¬ Â¬ Jl M 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cor-ncr-sto- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ will no more be a grand carnival of defam Â¬ ation and scurriflity but tho elevation of righteous men in a righteous way In tho sixteenth century the singers called the PiBcher Brothers reached tho lowest bass evor reached and tho highest note over thrilloil was by La Bastiirdella and Cutnllius voicehad u compass of three and a hair octavos but Christianity is mtiro wqtfdorful for it runs all up nnd down tho greatest heights nnd tho doopest dopths of the worlds necessity and it will compass evory thing and bring it in acconi with tho song which tho morniug stars sang at the laying bftho worlds1 corner- Â¬ stone All tlio snered music In homes and concert halls aud churches tends toward this consummation Make it moro and Sing in your families Sing moro hoart in your places of business If wo with propor spirit uso theso facultios wo are rehearsing for tho sklos Heaven Is to havo a now song an entirely now song but I should not wonder if as somo time on earth a tuno is fashioned out of many tunes or it is ono tuno with tho variations so soma of the songs of the redeemed may havo playing through them the songs of earth aud how thrilling ns coming through tho great anthem of the saved accompanied by harpers with their harps and trumpeters with thoir we should hoar somo of trumpets tho strains of Antloch nnd Mount Pisgnh and Coronation nnd Lenox nnd St Ma- Â¬ rtins and Fountain aud Ariel and Old Hun Â¬ dred How they would bring to mind tho pruylug circles nnd communion days nnd thVjhrlstmas festivals nnd tho church worship in which on earth we mingled I I bavti no Idea that when wo bid farewell to earth wo arc to bid fnrowoll to nil theso grand old tospel hymns which melted and raptured our souls fur so many years Now my friends if slu Is dUconl and rightoou nets is hnrmony let u got out of the one enter tho und other Aftor our drmidfiil civil wic was ovor aud In tho suinmor of lnW a great national posco jubilee was hold In Boston and uauu older of thl church lint been honored by tlio so Ivetlou of some of his music to he rendered uu that octnulon I accompanied him to the jubilee Forty thousand people sat nnd Wl in thagrvMlColiMUMVrctClfiU lk4l Â¬ and the mountains the rivers that can not be forded und the jungles which forbid search tho absence ot food anil tho diff- Â¬ iculty of carrying sufficient supplies on foot with tho other obstacles that have pro vented exploration will be overcome ovontunlly and the secret that hai tantfa lizcd the world for four centuries will bo told by ambitious scientists Uarjxrs --Vav-ixztne of explorers who have attempted to pene Â¬ trate its mysteries read like the old romances of Golconda and the El Dorado of tho Amazons whoro the women warriors wore armors of solid gold but tho swamps STRANGE CAPTURE of a lion In a Sowor or tho French Capital Some sewer men met with a strange ad- Â¬ venture while at work one night in ono of tho inbyrinths of subterranean Paris As the were busily engaged In cloanlng out that port of tho metropolitan clone which Is under the Boulovnrd do la Vlllette they suddenly heard a ldud and prolongod sound of hissing which somo of thorn took to bo the cries of n person tn distress who had perhaps fallen Into tho drain at ono of the open points Ilodonnet tho foroinau of tho gang thought however that tho strange Discovery A hat dealer in Augusfci Ale played a wicked joke on a young nnd recently married man to whom ho sold a hat lie kept the lint a few hours in order to fit it and jneuhtitnu got a young wo Dearest I maji to write this note could not meet you as agreed yester- Â¬ day but will bo theie surely at two Put this iu your hat so ns to be sure of the hour Birdie1 This note lie tucked under tho hilt band where it was found by tho young mans bride to whom the young husband haa since been making explanations At tho Comstock silver mines in Vir- of tho sower lamps an enormous boa constrictor colled around ono of the wstrx ducU with its head protruding toward him Hodonuet immediately stunned the rept la with a vigorous blow from hts shovel and his workmen Having come up tho whole purty sot to vork until thoy battered tho life out of the ill fated and imprudent boa The remains of tho roptllo were then euro fully collected and bomo in triumph to th surface of tho eajth and then to tho nearest police station Oero it appear tho boa wns wanted ns It had managed esortpu from the uyinsgerle Of a wandering show man who hud boos exhibiting his fearful wild fowl to the inhabitant of tie uuinlcl pal borough of La Vlilote and U Uhupdllu ginia City mining science lias reached its highest point acconliug to u Sail Francisco newspaper which says that there thoy carry water down a vortical shaft to a depth of 1700 foet and then gear it back to the surface running tho gigantic mills by tho 1700 foot procure Whon tho plan wns sug Â¬ noiso was caused by evil doers who wero gested to engineers of Europe they probably hiding In tho sowers from the po- Â¬ laughed at it but now its a proved lice So ho took up his shovel and marched success and furnishes a power in boldly toward tho spot whence the Bounds proceeded After having proceeded a con Â¬ moaMirably greater and cheaper than siderable distance ho saw by tho dim light nuy tiling hitherto applied In mining Â¬ t V Hmt i Vcosqux of Itutf ureal ruvjnzi- - A LONDON telegram to tho New Vork I can give you Kcenhuj Post siys Mime new anecdote of Joiun Lind Dean Stanley once ollcred himself to ner iu marriage hut was refused The whole Stanley family including Hishop and Mr Stanley were devoted to her The invitation which tint former gnvo her to the Episcopal palace at Xov wich orantcil a great sensation IiT husband Joldsehmhn was mildly nd unjustly liholud until u hufdtfoun hhn brought au action and got Xi0J dtmuigis Tim libel Iwdujj ilNprrmd slu prhalely returned theinoncM i li Jktfaftr Lj M1MVIlWn HMJW4NlrfL- x4IMi4k - mAmar -- m v -- rMPw ym- t- t years LATE NEWS ITEMS The rlucnt ha dljpointfd Jr C Wcllop of Kansas to bo JonsuUjit Bonne brgr Ocnnuny Dr Henry A Holmes Btate Lthrarinn filed at Albany If Y ti fow days aco uged seventy seven yenrs Terhunos carriage factory nt Ilndtcn- ock II Ji was totally destroeu bylhe Ihe other ituy Loss tlSKX incendiary Judge Phillip L Spooner father oi United States Senator Spoouer died at Madison Wit afow days ago used MVoiui I MCUC mmmmmmmmBm II mmmimammmmammmm i j H - r rrttjrft DO tor txMtM aaa irtlow of 1M ImprotibilMr Itle A y Wtfman tinlquo ten in fascinating style and giving evidenco of wonderful imagiuutivo power have lately been received by tho reading public with much popularity and pleasure Poictlmii UecMe KeJ MfMty rj Several works bearing titles yrritr f t teacher of Oratory and Physical Culture at Syracuse declares JJerorel tried physical oAT cide thcjother diynipoh learning that cultur and Warners safe enrej I was a cers ivere on theirvny to arrest him confirmed invalid I owe fcuich to that ex- Â¬ Tho number of persons who emigrated cellent rcniedv and 1 do not hesitate to ac from Germany during the ten expired knowledge It Human life seems too short though men upwards of 10000 greater months of lMi in former ages lived longer than those of than that of the corresponding pjriod of tho present History tells us that they 1K0 lived mine in accordance with natures Jennie Lind Moduno Goldschmidt the laws their mode of living was extremely celebrated Swedish singer died in London Bimnlo and in their daily life they followed rn the id She was sixty Jive years of age the dictates of human intelligence If sickness comes wo or to uay sceic tno She had been seriously ill for saina vcqks She retired froin tho Binge after her mar- - remedy among tho artificial forccsyinstcad nature Huge in America In IMS but reappVarcd at of resorting to the field of we would consult If when diseases come various concerts in aid of charities She nature the chances aro that wo would faro had not appeared in public since lSi better for wo would then treat tho cause of Baron Wolverton died suddenly at the such disoiders Modern research has shown Hotel Brighton Loudon a fev days ngo that most of tho commonly known diseases owe their origin to the unhealthy state of He attended the races at Lcives the diiy beth kidneys the blood punllcrs of the sys Â¬ fore and was apparently in good health healthy The Tullamore prison authorities have tem and ir they arc kept in n cure a state veg by tho uso of Warners fafo ordered that Mr William OUrien ihalL cmblo compound and simplo production of wear the uniform prescribed by tho regu nature much of tho prevailing sickness lations of COUVICtP would be happily averted Co A D Peck wholesale dealers in It is probable that the nuthor of She derived many of his beautiful imaginings hats nnd enps at Boston have assigned from close communings with nature for wo Liabilities between HOOOO and yi00 arc all agreed that whatever is of or from The Emperor of Germany Is getting betand wholesome more ter slowly and may possibly be ablo to nature iswhich isbeautiful constructed artificially Uian that leave his bed in a few days but nobody believes ho will got entirely well Tuc moit a rnscai will do for a living is o Ml chart Harleinstcln a farmer to do otlur people Picayune living with his wife and five children near Allisncc p hanged himself in his barn a is The Longest Word in tli Dictionary incompetent to communicate tho incx few days ago As there was no family or prcsbibo satisfaction and incomprehensible financial trouble It is believed he was temconsequences resulting from ujudicious ad porarily insane ministration of Dr Pieces Favorite PreA dispatcn from Pittsburgh states that a scription a preparation designed especially carpenter named Thomas Owens who died for the snecrtv relief and pcrmancat euro of at Homestead near that city the other nil Female Weaknesses Nervousness and day confessed on his death bed that he diseases peculiar to the female sex The II Is remedy for threw tho fatal bomb in tho Haymarkct only by druggists a womans peculiar sold under n posttivo guaranmassacre at Chicago The deceased died tee to give satisfaction Seo guarantee from the o fleets of an injury he received on wrapper or bottle This guarantee Jius in a mill at that place been faithfully carried out for many years People living in New Mexico and Arizona by the proprietora are clamoring for hotter mail service The Vrw fs of the night squalling twins Fall railroads aro having more passeugor busi Jtuer AUianiA cess than they can handle nnd neglect the Ttie ftronje unit nearly aalls Recoutly lVJ bags destined for a point between La Junta Col and Silver Who hnvo once been weak but oro now City N AL were earned through to El grown vigorous by the assistance of Hos plenteous tcttcrs Stomach Bitters Peso and returned on account of there be as autumnal leaves that ore as the brooks strew ing no force to handle them Fiequcntly in ValJoinbrosa Striking examples arc ine man is oougcu to lny over noro twenty they of the benefits conferred by the great Not less numerous aro the four hours for want of mail curs mvigorant uondnm Mifferers now freed bj the Uittera Mr J lake an ex Mintntcr of tho Canarom the yoke of malaria dyspepsia bil-Â¬ dian Cabinet in a speech at Glen Sharrald ious nervous and kidney tioublcs tho scene of tho evictions from the csuto of the Rev John Delmcgc a rich landlord Iotkix a horsV age accurat ly first cf County Limeruk Ireland said tho ovic- - abCcrtuin it IJatvtllf llrttz ttons enforced by Delmegc were shameful Iojiulur IrtjiurnUon in every detail It was a burning shnme Pure Potent Powerful Pallid Pcoplo and humiliating he said to find a man liv- Praise Progrcs si ro People Purchase Posi iug in luxury while lils tenants woro in a tively Pierces Pleasant Purgative lVllets state of misery such as should invoke Gods Properly Partaken Preserve Physical Pow- Â¬ enrso upon its author and abettor He ers Produce Permuncnt Physical Perfecearnestly advised his hearers to combine tion Purchase Prove against tho landlords declaring that they Xco Hart t A JUHixn old inan- - King CoaL had everything to jUHtify them in that course in the sight of God and man California Ktiron Mrs Garrttt whoso horns was burned near Spcncor Ohio tho other night nnd Recent chaiges to the advantage i of those two step daughters suffocated was arrest Â¬ buying tntxets vii Tin Gil i IU Isini ed charged with the crirao of setting fire Riirrr 1 or cinMlar p i1 full pirtirulara aditef E A 1juiiioii General Ticket to the building There Is stiong crcum aud Passenger Acnt Cnwgo tho accused stantlal evidence against Trustco Galplns statement of tho affairs Complete IIiitnnintiL Csiturrli Cure Send 51 mi Cliin U j it P UllTlii jO W of the New York Wire and Wire Spring to Company New Haven show liabilities of Neve allow a fish to He If It can bo 1W000 ussots l2Jr7 of which liMXl are says n popular cook mill and stock The principal creditors arc hung conveniently tfeiv Iiavou and Hartford banks for small be ok This is oIfo a good rule to apply to lishermen as well Huinrrmlle Journal amounts in each case Mr Alexandor Dolman the American Alls fair in base ball even a foul Mer engineer recovered tho other day through chtwt Truvtler ft verdict in tho Court of Queens bench at London damiigos in the sura of 52500 from Tucman whodrinkstoo much whifikyte mpt to hnve a rye faca lioton Gaztlte Hobert Shicibnum the London cuginecr for libel in having published a letter con Â¬ Thk merchant who disposes of his goC taining desparaging statement below cost may be Luown as a J W Vun Kouron of Utlcn If Y tho other day handed his wife a tumbler tell Â¬ JJnuti Jai aijraphcr ing her to drink half the contents and ho A bad habit to get Into any Iiiblt for would drink tho rest Ho said it was medi- Â¬ V a man owes his tailor cine Shortly arter swallowing the mixture which Jedyer he told his wifo that it was strychnine Van Kuron dlef in terrible agony but Mrs Ir masculine baldness is to become uni Van Keureu will rccovor versal the rounbjlng man wont Lavo any Thp labor troubles on tho sugar planta to comb YVjtiM bijlmgv tJons of Louisana are bccomlnc serious Woiikiso llle a horse a lawyer drawing State troops now guard tho La Cassalgno Utildtntijltd Rtchar Plantation in Torrobonno parish whoro a Lonvuyanca four whlto men wero shot nnd wounded Maxv tJos bind the track layer to IiIb busi the other day ny tho negro strikors At nuai ChartutuicH JUIfrprUt preseut over 10000 negro laborers aro on boasted tho My papa owns n mine trlke Reports from Racolaid say tho No he dont nuther trlkers there aro turbulent ntid threateni- whitewashed toa I Â¬ Â¬ ent vigorous policy in Ireland especially against spoeche nnd proclaimed meeting Colonel Robert O Iugerto1 informed a United Press reporter the other duy that he had refused to go to Illinois on implication pf the Anarchists defense committee to iDteiccdc for tho condemned men The Prince or Wales presided at the cr emonlus attending this opening ot the Prot esl ant cathedral at Tours the other day The rat lied ra I is tho first PrmcMant edillee of tho kind ever erected in Enirianil Co wholesale millln J 11 Rosenthal ers Ifew York and St Toul8 have assigned Liabilities said to be quite large M George Ray an accomplice of General CountdAndlau in the sain of decorations from UiePreucli XVar Office committed suj Â¬ AtthqnritlsU Cabinet meeting thaothctj ury it was resolved to continued tho pres Â¬ wSi book bearing tho odd titleof She In this tho nuthor has fairly outdone himself in his popular line Ayrsha and her beloved Krd likratcs are unique characters in Action Ayesba tho heroine is a beautiful creature who tuuellnf tho essence of natures forces at thofountuin hcud find became immortal Her iatlcnt waiting for the qpaiinff of Kallikrates Hho uetovrd of her youth whose individuality was maintained through Perhaps the raot striking of them in tho YO AK PENSIONS WexicnTVaradH6tlllo Ottl KATKTHK ASTHMA A broad land U this in which wo live lflti4 ftflitnmniil Malttf rtiVHAXM ASTHMA MfKCiVIC jotted so IhSokly with thrifty cities tpwnft OT law tent t nt KtrzacHAUi A ltrirMMnIUrrIMIla PkMl If etH Ctrntarclaim uonectora inuianapon iiml rowKLu u p and villages Amid them all with ever kB4CUKKaIICUIUBLKCMM Increasing popularity nnd helpfulness is tdumtMUut KiikklUktATVKXTT TKt S d mU Vt allntHM T H 1 AL Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discover giv Â¬ Vf aa ronpaiM tACKAUE INFORMATION MUU H r Tni ThtUt ckkk 11 THY ing hope and cheer where there is disease FOPUAU A CO T and despair Wherever thcro is humanity KMKI etof Arkn Rmt fw Addrf TMdHKfHX AMmr rHiLADKLraiA rA UTTLK T K WIHUMI UH Cxflwlawf thcro is suffering whorcver there is suf- Â¬ BaMfe4bMaa fering there is tho best field for this great OaKAPMrr Consumption UiATGKiSFR0MS25 JEWKMlVlIOIIJIU est Amcricnu Remedy it if em- Â¬ Htaian width is lung scrofula yields to Illuad CatA ffint WAIXACKXtl forManmoUi at ChiONto Hi W Ma luoii iotf ployed In the early stages of tho diseaso laratta otr4tttcmcd lUlt Chronic Nasal Qnturrh yields to it Kidney Tmucoiablnk a bM ska a Ik uiuiraatttdlba Harnfctftt Kablt Card la IS and Liver diseases yield to it if you want to WW Out K pny till carat w acontlBuoua Flrctrta t Xaottli 5 u aKaeB Inaaaa the best known remedy for nil diseases of fificstinelowarraL Duntblf OmmL Avoid fraud Cnmfortahla and EtTrcdYO the blood ask for Dr Pierces Golden Medi Â¬ nvrrnOOOrtirrd HfBdRtamDforruitnDhleL r cal Discovery and take no other tfcE HiKR 9 A DAY Samples worth VtU Writ 1 WMft Â¬ 4 t a LML22 m TLPTTrRE km A OPIUM Ir RUKnaTKH A K Z T fidelity Tho closing scene when she conducts Kallikrates to the vcrv center of the earth Hold oi V tt Oojcrs tho birthplace of all life in order that ho may taste of immortality is a lit climax to of a pound of can It It oaayto mnko the flno creation arv- - Itattr c Tho question naturally suggested by this strikingly original story is whether thcro is Tnf ub is no Return of an eruption ban- Â¬ not somewhere in nature a potent forco ished with Glouus Sulphur Soap may at least be temporarily Hills Hair and WhlkkcrDye 50c TucbesU whereby life prolonged Mrs Annio Jcnncss Millcr editor of Dibdu of Dress says In every instance Warners shop 7Vm owo min parrots in a pawn- Â¬ bfH ig Safe Cure has the effect to give new energy and vitality to all my powers Mine Gray centuries though the change called death regularly occuncd only to be followed by rebirth is u lino illustration of womans wxqwlth a funny talo is a dogged eort of an individual St Jaul Jcralii A OR H0RNE lattBtor 183 Wumb AeUdcig ww l7nraiotntrthhoiiifU airaTi KCiaUOLSCRIXl 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Heart Trouble IDiscovery Favorite Prescription unci 1ellets unod ono bottle of tho Prescription live of tbo Discovery and four of the Pleusnnt Punrnttvo PellctR My health began to Improve under tbo uho of your mudlcine and ray strength came back My didlculties havo oil disappeared I can work hird aJl dav or walk four or llvo miles n day and stand it well and when I txjrun iielnff tho tuedl I could scarcely walk ncroa tho room most of tho time and cino I did not Uilnk I could ever feci well nffoln I give your remedied all tho crellt for curing mo us I took no other treatment after beginning thoir i5 I am very grateful for your klndneefl nnd thank God and thank you that I am as well as 1 ain after yearn of Liver Disease ahq General Debility Â¬ Â¬ wcll-tc-d- Â¬ Â¬ Buffering Â¬ Â¬ Mrs L V WEBBEn of Yorkshire- CaUaraugun Co wish to say n few writes I or your Golden IMedical Discovery words in pralso I and Pleasant IIIQCnSri I IurgatIvo 1ellcta Tor live years previous to tnk- in mv rlaht nlrio cnntiniinllv tvna nnnliln tn iln m own work I am luippy to cay I am now well and strong thanks to your medicines Lit tn Ij - Chronic Diarrhea Cured D LAtvnnE Esq CTS and OT iXcatur MrectXcw Urleam La writes I used three bottles of tho Golden Medical Discovery and It has cured mo of chronlo diarrhea sore throat and my mouth was badly cankered My liver was inactive and I Buffered much from dyspepsia I am ilexued to ray that your Golden Medical Dlfloovcry and Telleta have cured mo or nil tlnvicall menta and I cannot Bay enough in their pralso I must also say a word in reference- to your Fnvorito rrtscriptlon as It has proven itwlf a most excellent medicine It has been used in my family with excellent result Dyapcpalsu James L Colbt Esq of Yueatan IToustni Co I wna troubled with Indigestion and wouU eat Minn wriu s heartily aud grow toor at tho some time 1 experienced haul burn bout Btomacu and many other dlsagreiable symptoms common to mm tusomer i commences tniting your Golden Medical Discovery nnd Pellcta Invigorates and I am now entirely f rco from tho dyspepsia and am in fact healthier than I havnueen foi 1 ono hundred nnd tlvo g System ono years nne weighpounds and Imivd stnenty the hnlf douo as and much work tho tuist Rummer as I havo over done in tbesnmo length oftlmo In my life I novcr took a uiedl clno thnt seemed to tono up tho muscles and invigorate tho whole system equal to your Discovery and 1ellcU DBiKpala Theresa A Cass of Springfield Mo wrtttti I was trotibld ono year with liver complaint dyspepsiu and sleepÂ¬ lessness but your Golden Medical Discovery1 cured mo Chill and Fovcr Rev II 1E Moklkt ATonfmorcncf K C writes lvut August I thought would diu with chills and fever I took your Discovery aud It stopped tbcin in u very share tlmo - Mrs Paiimema BiiUNDAOr of JGt Lock Street I was troubled with lAKHiwri N X wrlus chills nervous nnd general debility with frequent fr H ti 6 THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE J 99 Â¬ I Â¬ Thoroughly clcanso tho blood which Is tho fountalu of health by using Dn Pieiicbs Gouikn MEDICAL DiacovKltT anJ rood digtion a fair akin buoyant spirits aud bodily health and vigor will bo established C1oiaes Mkijicaij Disrovnuv cures nil humors from tho common pimple blotch or eruption to the worst Scrofula or blood poison Ilspeclally has it proven its efflcacy in curing Salt rbcum or Tetter Fcvcr sorcs Hip Joint Dtecosc Scrofulous Sores and Swollingg Enlarged Glands and Eating Ulcers Ho does not Buffer nnr Rev F Asutmr Howfxi Pcwtor of the M K and can walk with the help of crutches as well as any CJiurch sajs I was iiftlicted pain and tain eat and sleep ho commenced one It has only been Indigestion with of Silccrton A using your meillclnc catarrh and indigestion Dolls nnd blotches nbout three months slnoo began to urlso on the surface of the skin aud I cannot find wonts with which to express my grutitudu for tbo BOILS 1 experienced n Ured feeling and dullness 1 bcncllt ho has received through you began the use of Dr 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My husband not feeling Battened to givo mo up yet 1 consulted you nnd you told me you had hopes thoilirll ho hnd hniltrhr fnr mo nvnrvthlntr Iia iuiut of curing roe but ft would take time 1 took advertised for my complaint procured a quantity of your Golden five months treatment in nil Tho ilrst two mouths I was almost Medical Discovery I took only four bottles and to the surprlso favorable symptoms of overvbody am to day doing my own work and am entirely free discouraged could not perceive any flesh and strength I but tho cannot from that torriblo cough whlcl harraved mo night and day I third mouth I began In pick up in nowrccito how step by step tho signs nnd rcalltic of returning havo been nRlictcd with rheumatism for n numlierof rears nnd now fool so much Jcttcr that I believe with n continuation of your health gradually but surely developed themselves To day 1 tip the scales at ono hundred and sixty and am well and strong Golden Medical Discovery I will bo restored to perfect 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Its wonderful blood purifying Invigora- Â¬ ting and nuttltlvc properties For Weak Lungs Spitting of Hlood Short noes of Breath Na6al Catarrh Ilronchltls Scvero Coughs Asthma and kindred affections it Is a sovereign remedy While it promptly cures tho ecvcretf Coughs It ctrcngthena the system m m Mi l aub-selie- r- An Golden Medical Dlscorcry is Sold by Priiffglsts Prlco 100 per Bottle or Six Bottles for 500 Ti ng Â¬ Yes he does kolsomlne iohltn lny Mr 1 r i ltt HffVl imports of gold last Vcclc frotq the or New York amounted to irtf lSS Tue exports or specie wore 524S iWi Tho Sports or merchandise for the weok TMK Wnonntedto83HTs71o Including fy goods A movemsnt Is on fool among tho tubo okors of tho count rv to form a National DlilIctAssomblyof tho Kutglits of La- MmUnrto thoonoreconlly formed by iron workom Thoro uro eleven tube in the country employing thousand workmen Jidvl I II I iruiil miuuv wrutu t umii w unty Ky report tho toul Uohtruutioii Ihllt town W Hr nt mi eurtv hur tllO orjilhy Tho full 1 xUiBt or tho t wnuot Va computnlliitt will tot ur Tho Prt The small boy who pnt a pin on tho chair cant be accused of perpetrating a polntleca joke whatever clso mny be aald of him WORLDS DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Proprietor No 663 Main Street DCPFALO Y I jrmhant Trtutrr A GiitXN iucuEii an inexperienced man Utrrhnnt TnwUt who plays horse races THE YOUTHS COMPANION ikf SPECIAL OFFER A r V llaM DosrT It hrcin n little strange thnt when Â¬ ever n ynohj lb on crulwi t Iim rrew on tha Yvnltn StiUrmtun yacht Ijirn liiMuraiice men deem cwoblern among thtdriafe link liecamw like tke hill they JarAintohtr tire ovlKttiny--JW7- A FREE TO JAN 1 ifttnceoiiruiilosio curried oil atvoki sljorlpf W0OJ I wh unkuuwN loi limn tb Thoiouni of but UrtuljlMirjflyJwflWl5fWl hulUjMi Tjt un tyl ln Kbo footfEjtw-ihw ittAd by U Tji8 yiatUl uTh qaaHMlx fo 5joiw wlia 1888 TweByfiif M ironce this effer will include the at wHh Cs4are4 To any New Subscriber who will OUT OUT and send us this Slip with name and P O address and 9170 In Money Order Express Money Order Registered Letter or Check for a years subscription to the Cempanlen we will send the paper free each week t Jan 1st IM and a full year from that date to Jan 1st ISM If erased Irfa Ailrfrllwiurut In Prfvlous Kunbrr ot Ihli Paper 260 ywr t PAPER h 000 iwjwU K i- AiUwt tth Double Holiday Number HRHKicivmjr mr ftmn r or ml 1 PITSRV MlinN 1h1msn Ytonihkit Vhwt Ml inrisimM rf OR S1r75J IfiU Tfecy will fin UTautaU Mlsu BnanH s aaeMally 0tMIwi Uau j r M rKi I I1 H V W f fltWJ i biM iUfw miic TIIIMiwirrrrmm t um Mniinimiiiiiiiwlii i f it il f A i tlii 13 ft ii s I P- 4s vbj- CJ if See that wretched home The walbof the house arc broken through in several places the piaster has partly fallen beth M HRit jroncoilings aud from walls the rough floor is sunken on one side the windows are full TIME tABLE of broken panes aud paper is pasted over to and South Atlantic Railway keen out the chilling wind There is nn old broken stove in which a few coajsnrc Standard time 22 minutes slower than Mt burning iwo or threo chairs which qooue StcWine titno would nuy from which No 1 leaves Mt Steeling at 7 A m arrives family eat a rough tabic they are ablethe to what scanty fare at Rothwell at 840 A M get and a qw old pans and plates And Noi 2 leaves Kothwell at 9 A M arrives at thc mother aud children see them ppverty Mt Btcrling at XOM A M No 3 leave Mt Sterling at 140 P M ar- In all their appearance in their clothes nnu even more in their faces What causes all rives at llothwcll at 320 P M JNo 4Jeavcs Kothwcll at 345 P M arrives this poverty Is the husband or father dead or is he sick and therefore unable to provido at Mt Sterling at G30 p M for is not Xo Z connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A sickhis familycan No He is aliveat and trade hosts earn fair wages his and ho O railway M trains on 0 Miuidl57 Why Why then such poverty in his for Lexington Cincinnati ana Louisville does he not get for his family ahomo house If you expect to make Xmas or wedding better Wo 3 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A und nettcr lood and doming no drinks presents nnd desire anything in the jewelry Mtrain on C tO from the East and 130 His wages are spent in the saloon and so Or silverware line we think wc can make it PM tralnfrotn LouisvUloynnd Cincinnati long as the saloon with its attractions exist interesting to buy now We have plain 2Montgotnery county court day special such wage earners will leave substantial goods fancy articles and novel leaves Rothwcll ontho 3rd Monday in each a multitude Ofto under the miseries of pov ties and will sell for a very small profit as M arriving at Mt Sterling their families month at 780 A erty but poverty is not the onlv sometimes wc can duplicate them before Xmas Gold tit 9 AM Returning leaves Mt Sterling it is not tfic chief evil of the fiquor traffic watches and diamonds at prices no one can 4t 3 T U arriving nt Kothwell at 430 r M Who duplicnte Otis W Snider the manufacturLeaves Rothwcll for Mt Sterling at 5 P M flictedcan describe the mental Bufferings in- ing jeweler Lexington Ky Write for on the innocent members ot the famGEO B HARrfiR Supt ily The shame the humiliation tqe brok Â¬ prices en hopes the wounded affections the niing leddesire and dread of the drunkards home- W RUSSELL TABOB ATEMPERANCESERMOM W IV MNQO coming uonp but those who have passed VV S FiUton In through the terrible experience can under Jftecently Dollverocl by Iter stand Ohhow many distressed and sorrow- the Second PrcbjrteraJiChurdl ful hearts are in our pity today because he oxlugtonjKontueky drinking saloons are on our streets because Vi tlJubHsUqd by Request the workers of iuiquity are unrestrained Who wlll rise Op for mo against the evil from their destroying work If the drinker doers or who will stand up lor me against were the only suflorcrs the situation would Psalms ixiv 10 notsecm so terrible but the innocent in the workers of JiUquity The jfriends of law and order and righte- mates of the drinkers home who are bound ousness have In every age had trouble with to him by the tics of kinship nod affection BETWEEN the workors of Iniquity Wickedness is ul- -- are the greater suflorcrs It is not strange ll fnn f rwiill nrilpr ntlll tlllt llpHtrilV- that the women have felt constrained by Anff their desire to protect the home to bnud to Rothwell Station and Hazel Green r nf unelftl comfort and prosperity in our gether against the saloon nnd against the what wo see to be true of evil doers j Connects with trains on Ey 8 A own day was true in the days of the Psalmist linuor trafic It is not strance that thev railroad morning and evening of the condition of thiugs is have in these latter days appealed to both His description applicable still If wocousider the words God and man for help against the foe of all EX5ILAitocht0dnretS of this psalm of which our text isvnrt we blessed home life Aud it is natural that fit that class of evil they who are the home keepers should ask Green C a m ar Roth Lcave Hazel find that many oftlicm Who will rise up for us against the evi well 2 p m Lv Kothwell at 9 a m ar doers who are employed in destroying their fcllowstuid themselves by means of stroag doers Who will stand up for us against the Hazel Green 6 p m Comfortable hacks And every man who and careful drivers drink And the question of our text Who workers of iniquity will rise up for me against the evil doers loyes the homes every man who wishes to its holplesiand dependent inmates or who will stand up ibr me against the is one that lovers of rum untold misery and wretchedness ought Workers of Iniquity righteousness are now oslcing while they con- Â¬ to stand up in the imttie ugainst the whole front this gigautic army of evil doers id the liquor business As one who believes in the home and securing the protection of its liquor traffic 1 propose that wo this morning notice how inmates let him join in saying uud in voting tho Psalmists iudictment of the workers of that the saloon must go But again a third charge made in the iniquity in several poluts fits the wicked men of our time who aro engaged in the psalm agaiust the ancient workers of iuiquiliquor traffic and then ask what is our duty ty was that they gathered themselves t ether against the soul of the righteous in the case Thn first charcc made acauist thoao an 5 hoy combined together In order to more cient workers of iniquity is that they break effectually accomplish their evil work This jn pieces Gods people and attlict Gods her- is also true of their modern workers of in itage The Miloon today Is the same enemy iquity They have handed themselves to of Gods people the same foe of Gods heri gether in ordcrtoextond and protect Irom As an institution the suloon is one the righteous judgement of the better peotuLe of tho bitterest oppouents of tho church of ple or the land their evil business The Sod The church has tor its work the sav liquor men of the country are over 200000 ing of mankind from present and from fu strong counting both dealers und manufactnCy aim is to bring ures nnd they ure organized und at work ture eternal miseries Its to lead them nt These organizations are by the conlcsaion of men out of their sins and onr AMTlVt0 be made- - Ufl ui th wUl Jast into the kingdom of heuven saved their own speakers and by the wording of Iff f F IM and we 111 Pi I ftnd rclurn repentance and faith in the Lord uiotr constitution lor the purpose ot con ill through send you free something of Jcmu Christ The saloon in as far as it is iroiiug ootn money ami v otcs m behalf ol great value and importance to you that will successful and prosperous prevents this their business Tnev lmvr entered pontics start you in business which will bring you work of tho church and leads men into pros aim tney nnve already succeeded in accom- - in more money right away than anything uut and eternal misery outside the kingdom plishing their designs in the notional con else in the world Anyone con do the work drink to his gress in state legislatures and in muneipal of God He who gives strong for properly iuyernuients I suppose that nearly every and live at home Either sex all ages Somefellow mau unfits that man saving truth large citv in our country today is controlcd thing new that just coins money for all hearing or understanding the workers We wifl start you capital not of the gospel Ho aids tho man in harden by the ifquor interest Tlfo politicians nre needed This is one of the genuine imporconscience against the in everywhere nfraid of this well organized ing tils heart and tant chances of a lifetime Those who arc Uueneo of redeeming grace and helps to liquor power and are ready to obey its de- ambitious and enterprising will not delay him one of the drunkards of whom it mands And so also are many business men Grand outfit free make Co Address True is written They shall not inherit the king for the liquor power uses the boycott on Augusta Maine Tho suloon is today the those who oppose its plans and works dom of God It fostering mother of every kind of wicked controls millions of money and it says to noss that results in hell and death Within tho banker or themcrohuitt hands off let us its walls profanity and blasphemy against alone or wc will mukc you feel our power V our God and Savior have their constant by not patronizing you Men nre afraid to dwelling place There filthy conversation oppose the t radio because it is so well organis continually going on There the gam ized and because it controls both dollars bling places have their recruiting stations and vnfes If any ono imagines that the saThere over their cups men are accustomed loon is dying or even losing Us grip on the to plau for wicked deeds of overy kind out country he is much mistaken It has more of the saloon come ourthievesand murderers money more votes more Influence in our It hits its und harlots and whoremongers and forni nation today than ever before cators and such like Out of the saloon come hand on the throat of the nation Persons MONDAY AUGUST 15th 1887 our haters of law and order our Sabbath who only read tho secular newspapers that destroyers our atheistic socialists and an aru afraid of the liquor power have little archists and most of our infidels Whatever understanding of the real suite of the case ngjuNew clean large well is opposed to heavens truth and holiness Tho saloon means to stay if fine organiza is in league with hells iniquity and false tion plenty of money a multitude of votes ventilated buildings furnish- Â¬ hood naturally turns to tho drinking place nnd servile politicians can help it stay It aud help There wickedness means to enlarge its sphere of work Not ed with new improved school for sympathy expects and not in vain to find its associ content with six days in the week it de ates there irrellgion hopes and is nut dis mands tho abolition of thn laws that miiko furniturei The it illegal to sell on the Sabbath It begins appointed to meet its supporters ohuroh and the saloon can nut live together to look as if the crisis were upon us We lunlcsH the church has become anostatc from must cither give up everything that the Full Corps Competent Teachers The Jti founder uud jeenant to its mission aims righteous element of our people have pi iyed or we must arise and manfully resist the dm roll seeks to save und the saloon Or as Dr Strong to destroy The church is working for truth aggressions of this power BuTuition Board and Â¬ The nnd righteousness and th saloon is working puts it in his book Our Country And until alternative then seems simple clear certain cidental dor falsehood and wickedness Expenses Reasona iheavcn ceases to be heaven and God ceases that civilization miut destroy the liquor will be this opposition bo trnfllc or bo destroyed by it Some persons able to be God there tween the christian church and tho soul do imagine that drunkenness has decreased in stroyiug trallio in strong drink Christian recent years and they suppose that there is For further information call men may indeed dificr in their judgment scarculy occasion for this increased interest A drink bill of about 00 on or address about the methods aud means to be employ in temperance ed in resisting this mighty foe of religion 000000 annually does not look like decrease juid morality Aud it is not christiau char- But according to government reports the Hazel Gresn Academy Co ity nor is it christian wisdom to condemn people of this country in IS 10 drank four those who do not believe that our favorite gallons of intoxicating liquors each while Ilazel Green Wolfe counto Ky method of fighting the foe is the only right In 1883 tiach person drunk twelve gallons cous uue Rut surely there cuu bo no ques And since the relalivu number of total ab tion at this late hour of our century uud stainers has greatly increased in recent years when the nature of tho liquor trafiio is so while the amount cousumed per capita has well known surely there can be no question multiplied three times it is evident that Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in About the side for every christian man to drinking to excess has largely increased when tho call comes to us who among our people There is an increasing take And Boys and Arc face to face with this monstxous evil nnd number of drunkards among our people Who will rlao up forme ami owing to conditions of our civilization supporter its Againfi the evil doers or who will stand up and conditions In v climate this increase of uxccssivu drinkers lis almost certain to ibr me agaiust tho workers of iniquity Surely every christian needs to answer I continue unless the trnflie can be stopped Since the liquor traffic Is what it is Personally I think I tun like the average I I loyalty to Christ and religion requires us to American nn optimist uud am disposed to niist in the conflict agaiust it Uetweon believe that the condition of things is get loon and ohuroh of Christ thrro nevur can tiugcontiuually better but when 1 see the bo peace antil one or the other has ceased to thorough organization of this liquor power do iU natural work Tho second charge when 1 ace timt it controls millions of mon made in our psalm against the aticioal work- ey and when I consider the power that Vine Street ers of iniquity is this They slay the widow money has among men when I know that Their ovll work Is tho liquor uiuu already coutrolso many city fatherless And tho and statu legislatures and Against the weaker aud more hepless inmates 9 r af congress in of our homes Now this charge holds good avo bees abe to sfeapfc netI remember that a201y modern trallokura in strong their interests and when against our without cduclonce in aro drlak Wo charge tho saloon with being tliev uue altogether and are determined to TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK of moans the enemy of our konica and tho dentroycr ther happiness Wherever It i abolish all restraints now existing even my oft our home meat powerful and most successful In its optimism sometimes fails inc and I aai MT BTERLISf Q Ytlh the work there the home to ost frequently Afraid of the future Some ofce jHjople of uio uauger aud brekwa up r made foil of mUery and our country are awaue our people and the wrttetadHufci And there the heplewi wo to our iustiiuilous uud increasing hut many 1 the subject U the greatest suflvrtrs Interekt wa AntNhlldreH arc our poorer hornet of all of us nreinhot half awake yet U understand J M BIGSJAIW OVeslcleVt tlmluMHtes ot it raU thn nvecwurieii uf the situation Brethren you and I have W Wi THOMSON OwhlcrJ tk Mrtferu ami wanv r at be fesrH in Ike jufotatf iIhh of ptw hOHMward path tMd hy It agitations um mtTHtfr to lake from htm the maney the worW today li full of mighty ehoone AvprsTw Fjwlkr have MPHIU4 Ike wife nd ami moral coHNctt ami o must In yk4 our Jahw Chokw far th ihlMrni ii4e jwd Uke ear stand It U hmhJ It tk J T Highland h U frkriHk Iwwk frM the coHiiUt h4 ryt DjmU K Drabs Hazel Green itubsdrlptlon - I raid in IIbaid i a Ysar Ailvance starve Intemneranco is the chief cause of Inlickf -- Â¬ The forces of evil are in the field and are Moving on tho works of righteousness and in the latter part of this century there are o slow marches They are coming on tb run What we do must be done quickly If we mean to defend the church and contin- Â¬ ue her blessed work among men if wc mean to save our free institutions if we mean to protect our homes and save their hepless inmates from wretchedness aud woe if wc meuu to stand up for truth nnd goodness wc must answer to the cry Who will rise up for mo against evil doers or who will stand un for me against the workers of in- Â¬ with the response I will rise I iquity will stand When wc are in the presence of evils that arc bent on ruling in ourland wc nfust as loyal subjects of the King of righteousness enlist in some division of the 39-CEN- TS-3 array that is resisting the onset of tho liquor One Dollar -- 1l mm WlW - v HMtjy FOEr r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We will put on sale the best value in an Â¬ Â¬ 1 Tabor Ringos 6- DAILY TJNLATJNDRIED SHIRT Ever offered in Lexington Â¬ Â¬ Hack Line Â¬ Fare 2 A White Shirt at 39 Cents Wo have and can show you more Overcoats than all the clothing houses in Lexington together and at prices that will astonish you R HANKS CO WHOLESALE Â¬ KROCEI CINCINNATI Â¬ Â¬ l Louis tap Lexington Ky IS ROWER Â¬ No 29 Vine Street Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LEADING CLOTHIERS 37tf vlllJl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ob b CO Â¬ HAZEL GREEN Fall Term Begun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - In Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Abe Bloch Mens Youths Co In anticipation of the usual demand for Childrens Christmas and Holiday Goods We have recently purchased an immense line of NOVELTIES for each of our I CLOTHING 122 Â¬ 5 Â¬ Cincinnati O S now DEPARTMENTS-S-- 5 These goods we are just opening and will FIVE SHOW FOR THE FIRST TIME We have added a Now Department for tho especial dis Â¬ Bronzes Bisques Vases Figures Busts play of ART GOODS including a handsome line of Just tho tilings for appropriate and acceptable presunts c dweotoiw4 0 F BROWER GARPETS FURNITURE CO ART GOODS i i Smis WALL PAPER DRAPERIES l2ttU lv Uhmh WU Ui fo ni whs tkre U Main and Broadway LEXINGTON KY