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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tmrgm W SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Hazel Green JlLEIvALI - r v Mf U H H- - j IJJKWWMIM1V 4k t f S1 i Devoted to the Development of Knatnrn Kentucky t f 100 A YEAR Always In Advance r vol nr V HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY Acikxt FRIDAY DECEMBER 10 1887 NO 41 I SAAC W MAPI2L AlTOItXKY-AT-LA- W HAZKL UUKKX KY Will practice in nil tho Courts of Wolfe Powell Menifee ami ltrcnthitt counties Titles examined abstracts furnished tax- paid for nnn rcsidonts real estate bought and sold Collections a specialty Ani Rial Estati LOUIS STIX WHOLESALE k CO DEALERS IN v TOHN II EVANS KAZKLCSRKKN KY AND wSi Mt Sterling Lexington Louisville or Cincinnati take the names of the adver tisers and spend your money with them 13y doing so you will save mucin only The rule will apply at home as well HON Of D D THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE want any of it I would favor Randall fiRKADins op Tiik 1Iirald will Favor us Plkask tiik Advertisers What tho roper mid the People llnvc for President but I fear Cleveland will bo renominated AXl SAVK MonKY IF THUY WILL men To Sny About A prominent furnaco owner said Tho iion tihx IAiMvR If you nro going to Nkw York December iIt The Times in its editorial on the Presidents message says Mr Cleveland has done an act of statesmanship in the best sense Kecog niring a great duty he has performed it with courage with firmness and at the right time and he has performed it so that every honest man must see that it is an honest act Judged by any ordinary standard of political expediency the Presidents act is inexpedient He has forced upon his party an issue as to which the party is divided and so divid Â¬ ed that unless the minority yield it can defeat the will of the majority He has done this on the eve of a national con test in which a considerable number of men of influence in his party have been urging him to avoid this issue and threatening him and the party with disaster if he did not avoid it On the other hand there is nothing in this issue as thus presented by which Mr Cleveland could hope to draw from the Ivepublican party any votes Nor this alone for if the protectionist faction in the Demo- Â¬ cratic party carry out their own desires ordo what they have continually declared that they would do Mr Cleveland has done the one thing by which he could imperil the prospect of his own renonii nation It places Mr Cleveland far above any of the leaders to whom the Hcpublicau party has of late lent a hearing and above most of the leaders of his Â¬ Â¬ Examiner of Depositions for Wolfe county Rosncctfnully solicitis the patronage of the public and will attend promptly to all bus iness entrusted to his euro Â¬ N OTIONS THIRD RAGS Si SUBLETT issue before the country now ih protection or free trade ami protection will win None of the Birmingham furnace ho will shut down on account continued of the message for if there is any place in the United States where manufactur ers candivo under free trade this place is the placo but wc dont want any free Â¬ UNION STREETS drr r w ango OIIKKK KY atilv Cincinnati IIAKL Deputy County Court Clerk of Wolfe Will attend to all business entrusted to him with promptness and dispatch TJAKEIl BACK w I JA hS0 KENTCCKY W aV SBI n J Uj I YLcaBr JL 2 ffVTn mdaulSuliluilJ trie aWlaai Attorneys-at-La- 7 V JJCIIAIK j Rrcathitt County J 0 C LYKINS w Wholesale a A seat in Congress is nn honor to be Practices in all Courts in Wolfe and Adcoveted and why should not Dave Sub- own party joining Counties and Court of Appeals lett modest though ho may he desire to The Sun says It is not a commonplace A ifColleotioiis a Specialty gain this high distinction Thousandtof document for it is simple intelligent and Wo mm County Ky Camiton friends throughout the district have long loherent and the quality of brevity is desired that he should represent them chiefly due to the fact that all other J A TAULBKE and now they think this an opportune ics of National interest are dismissedtop in time to press we say press deliberately a lump i postponed us inconsequential his claims upon the people and press in the presence of one problem of supreme him into the canvass for tlie nomination importune the ii stion of tariff revis- Â¬ We near the people talk the iJcnio ion llncl Green Wolfe County d eiuif s Unit the theoJ h IlunlnpHJ H Dunlup W CI Harretl erats are not afraid to talk to the retical question as otwvn protection KENTUCKY and from expressions we ami free trade is cntuirrelevant can outline the intentions of Mr Subletts and yet the most striking and lotvii sting EO E WH1TT friends part oi nis messago is devoted prct Of Elliott County Thev claim that a lone experience in to that sort of an aigumeut with win iv Wholesale Manufacture rs ot ii WITH business and political life fully qualifies any free trade representative in Cougars For years he was or any free trade protesHor in a college him for this position Co a member of the Kentucky Legislature class room or the author of an free 210 W Market St LorisvuiK Ky and an oflicer of the House and Senate a trade text Ixiok of political economy Solicits the patronage of Kitcrn Kentucky Harper tb videlitv bank AND DKAIKItS IN number of terms Official life at Wash would begin an attack upon the theory lor Itlank Hooks Blanks c u inc i rit i was last Monday ington enabled him to become familiar of protection This we say is the most SADDLERY HARDWARE i rot working of Congress While tit ton penitentiary with the message pOMDS HOUSE ir utevi tiMrniiig oi i i 728 ml W ain St for utrrm and was taken t in the Kentucky Legislature he was not iiouiuiciacMiooiibiiic and has never before in a public paper ed for his energy and efficiency Some Cob aibu- - in i nften mn of that lav i KY CAMPION n LOUISVILLK KY siying that he was the best member of taken sides squarely iiiswii tins uirniiiMi oi ii iMi ins imi ii viihiui iiiiiiu eni uu icj He has done so now in a manner that f mv autoiut As a parliamentarian he is leaves room for no misunderstanding lodny S COMI1S Proikiktok bv UOH NLXXELLY the bodv S fl Itepresented It his paper goil nUOly Ti ulv tho recognized as among the best As a is a bold thing to do and the President lie is in the girl t a onviet The patronage of the traveling public is way of the trai rcr jr is hard speaker he can hold his own with nnv respectfully solicited Table the be t and Exchange Bank of Kentucky man in the district lie is wen iniormeu deserves credit for the plainness of his speech Nobody can accuse him of hedg every attention for the comfort of guests The Territorial PeMtMiuasy Commit upon all subjects and especially so upon ing or haggling or juggling with words all matters with which he would have to So far does he go upon the familiar lines sinners of Wyoming hiP jti iected itn TUGGLK KSTAHMSHHI IN 18 5 0 do in Congress The ins of Legisla of free trade speeches in ongress or else- Â¬ agreement with the nutlioriiie of th WITH tion to him are an open book no man where that we find him betrayed here Ohio Penitentiarv at Columbus y which Co Capital StockJLSIOO000 iBfl He is sharp and there perhaps unconsciously into all Wyoming convicts will be placed hr G can get away with him Kortv Wyoming conshrewd wiry untirinjr all push energy an exhibition of slight irritation agaiust that institution JOUHKKS OV SURPLUS 51541428 victs will he transported to Columbus at and git tin and git American manufacturers as a class al Dave Sublett never broke faith with most as if they were conspirators and once Does a general banking business and is any man his word is as good as his public enemies X and i7 W1CST PKAUL STREET Far better than the harsh treatment the only bank in the city that Hells Foreign bond and that is undoubted and unquesThe World savs The admirable mes of medicines which horribly gripo tlio CINCINNATI OHIO Exchange tioned No claim of infallibility is made Prompt attention given to the collection for him but his faults are as few its any sage of the President has given the Dem patient and destroy the coating of the ocratic partv what it has long lacked WORKING of debiM and the patronage of the people in Dr J II private or political life He probably an issue and a leader The issue is tax stomach cure by mild McLeans ChillsÂ¬ of the mountain counties i especially soand Fever yet effective acfuriinli all classes with eiiiploytnent at home licited knows more people in the district than reform The leader is the President J Till MULE President tion will cure Sold at fli cents a bottle ihe whole of the time or for their Knaro in it He has not a personal LESLIE THOMSON Cashier any man It can hardly be that the President H Swniigo Hazel Green 15uines new lilit and prollta iuoinciit4 enemy Tiie only point that could be has at this juncture influence enough to Sold by G MT STFIJLIXO KY Persons of either sex easily earn from able used against him is that he resides in the secure the union of the Democrats in the 0 cents to t per eventix and a prnporloii Reports from the Mexican frontier say tli same county that Mr Taullee docs and House upon a measure ol revenue rete sum lV devoting all tln ir lino the nt it Indians have become so bold some other section of the district is duction and tariff reform buainesH Ilovs and girls earn neuh ainni h that the troops have again been called as men That nil who M e ti- - m iy ml entitled to it Hut locality has noth The Herald savs The message is that their address and test the buint- M f m ike would an able conservative and statesman like out The killing of Cajennc did not ing to do with it and no Dcmociat iM dnd this oiler To stub as are not w their warfare but simply changed refuse to vote for the nominee on that document AND tin- trou which unlike many other stop tactics e will send one dollar to pay tor They have many able their ground alone uu ssages will he read by tho people ami ble of writing Full particular mil outfit leaders Mr Sublett is not encumbered with discussed bv them Free Address Jeokuic StiNfON it Co We arc glad any predjudiees and every Democrat in to sec that he favors free wool which j lv Portland Maine gets thick During the the district could and would cheerfully would give greatly increased and perma and sluggish winter tho blood to purify now is the time all ques He is sound on vote for him SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIRTS nent prosperity to our great woolen it to build up your system and fit yom Iltuin struggled JO ear between life tions mid is a clean man personally and industry ami enable our manufacturers pelf for hard work bv using Dr J II ml iluitli with AMiniA or IMirillslC politically In manner he is pleasant in other branches at the same time to Mcleans Strengthening Cordial and treated b Moiiit nt jdijsii ians and receiv- and ullable a more kindlv heart never 100 per bottle Sold ing no lniiidt I w eiimpt lled during tin beat in a human bosom Ml I have located lie is a philan- dispose of large quantities of their pro Blood Purifier win Keep on Jy band a ieo line last A vi ars of my illness to sit on niv eliuir thropist with broad views of life of men ducts in wool producing counties to the by G B Swango Hazel Green at Erel Mor night gasping for breath immediate V of Cb eks Jew- - day and utn beyond description In M suf and of things a broad man in every all branches benefit of workman in almost Two trains collided on the Chesapeake tiiui countv I despair ferine of American manufacturers vlrr and Watches Also a liueof fiueSpei I ept rimented en myself bv eoiupotiiiiiiug sense He is entirely free from the vices The message will not please ex- ami Ohio Railroad near Clifton lorge at roots and inhaling the medicine thus obtain- great and small which alllict and a fleet tremists of either side free trailers or HI sell goo inelcs nuu hve glassc Three men were killed one of whom was eitv prices and guarantee satisfaction He ed fortnnatelv discovered this WONDER many of our public men protectionists but it will we believe Conductor Frv Both trauiB were wrecked t CA- pairing a specialty and work warranted FUL CTKE 1U ASTHMA AND In short his friends elaim him to be a T F CAltK TAHItll warranted to relieve the most stub model man and just the man to repre please ami satisfy the people at large Rcpectfullytc and it puts upon both parties in Congress Dr McLeans Strengthening born ease of ASTHMA IS ITVEMINITES in Congress and will the solemn duty to relieve the country Cordial J IIBlood Purifier by II GILLIS so that the patient can lie down to rest and sent this district and its vital- Â¬ Please read the follow insist upon his taking the nomination of from a most serious danger sleep comfortably WITH izing properties will brighten palo cheeks ing condensed extracts from unsolicited tes- the Democratic party and then they will and transform a pale haggard dispirited timonials all of recent date elect him What tho Iron Mon Think of It woman into one of sparkling health aud AYDE OTT McGORD Oliver V IL Holmes San Jose Cal writes We can say that a long acquaintance 100 per bottle Sold by G BlKMiKfiHAM Ala Dec 7 To say beauty I find the 1emedy all and even more than with Mr Sublett enables us to testify represented I receive instantaneous relref to his merits as a man and an official that Clevelands message was a surprise B Swango Hazel Green E M Carson A M Warren Kan writes is assured to the iron men of this city would express Charles Rose colored shot und killed Was treated by eminent physicians of thii and we would feel that victory it mildlv In this immediate district countrv and lermany tried the climate oi with him as our nominee Sentinel there are now in course of erection twelve his mother and Charles Sorm vrs at Sharps different States nothing allbided relief like Democrat furnaces and about two thousand coke burg Ky last Friday night He escap Â¬ your preparation No G13 West Main St ovens and the owners of these enterprises ed ami swore ho would not be taken nil ve Astonishing Succosb M fJriggs Ohio writes L H Phelpn P SulVered wiih Asthma 10 ycarsYour nicdi- It is the fluty of every person who has did not expect any tariff reductions for Sick headache is the banc of many cine in minutes docs more tor me than the used llosehcesGennan Syrup to let its several years at least lives To cure and prevent this annoy Â¬ in three wonderful qualities be known to their most eminent phvsiciun ditl for me II M Caldwell President of the Ely ing complaint use Dr 1 IT Mclx nn vears friends in curing Consumption severe ton Laud Company which recently com Little Liver and Kidnoy Pillets They Send C Plimpton Joliet Ill writesH Pneumonia and menced the erection of large car works Catarrh Remedy at once Cannot get along Coughs Croup Asthma No engine ami boiler works ami other indus are agreeable to take and gentlo in thcJr in fact all throat and lung diseases WITH without it I find it to be the must valuable 2 cent a vial Sold by G B Tho message is very un action person can use it without immediate ro tries said medicine I have ever tried Swango Hazel Green We have many other hearty tcstimoniaii ller Three doses will relieve any case fortunate for the party and for tho of cure or rellefand in order that alUufler and we consider it tho duty of all Drug Â¬ business interests of the oilutrv but I Wichita Kansas has had moat every Â¬ or from Asthma Cuturrh May Fever and gists to recommend it to the poor dying dont think it will aflect this section very thing worth havini lnd now enjoys x kindred diseases niuy have an opportunity eoiiMimpthe at least to try one nottie materially Wo will go on with our Nothing like of toting the value of th Remedy we will us 80000 dozen Ixittles were sold Inst works for it is not probably that any case of genuine leprosy booming a place I nnv adlrcM TRIAL PACKAO end FRrEOFtMARCiF If your druggist full year ami no ono case whore it failed was reduction of the tnrhT will lie Hindu at Prtirts In the small of tho hack tndlcat Such u medicine as the Ger this wanton of Congress it to kei ii it do not permit him to sell you ionic reported 1 W Hewitt Dem a diseased condition of tho Liver or Kid iinliutlun liy hi rrpruseiiilug it to man Syrup can not lie ton widely known worlliliM hill eml dlrcclly to u Ins jiit Sample ocrat who Is interested in mnmifatitur noys which may ihi easily removed Ask voiir drurcUt alvout It West Main Street 1 tegular i iug Write vonr name mid nddreii jdulnly I am nut of politics but I tho umi ot Dr J If MoUiuis Liver Mini say iNittlen to try Mild nt 10 cents Pmpi AddresJ SUM Jl HUMAN con not agree with Clovolmids ndllcy Kidney Nnlin 100 jver bottle 8qU Woniter Nayni V1 idee 7ft cenb Sold by all DruggUtswid Whulekiiln UriiKcUt If ttiHt 14 Dumofsruuy IhU tcattnit doesuH by U B 8wango HhcJ GredH tho United States nnU Cumuli Dealer Ohio Full lw Hot by msil 1100 juiOy 0ly Â¬ County Attorney Real Estate Agent and Notary Public TR Physician and Surgeon x to obtain patents In Canada England France Sonuaiir and all other countries Their experi auco ta unciiuaied and their facilities are uusur jaimed Drawings and xpecifleAtions prepared and filed n the latent Ulrica on short notice Terna Terr roasonalilo No charge for examination of models or drawinps Advice by mail froo Patent nhttntd through MunntOoarenntleed inttu SCIKNTIKIC AMKrtlCANwhieh has tho larcext circulation and i the moat Influential newspaper of its kind published in the world The odrantagos of such a notice orerj patentet understands This lare and splendldlr illustrated newspaper Is published WEKKLYst JJUCOa year and i tdmittedto be the best paper devotod to saianoe mechanics Inventions engineering works and other dupartmonts of industrial progress pub limed in any country It contains the names of all patentees and t itle of every invention patented each work Try it four months for oue dollar Sold by all nrwudoaler If you bare an invention to patent write t4 Co publUhera of Scientlfla Amnio Munn Kl Hroadrray New York LUudbook about patents mailed frt tlia iiulillnhcri of the Scientlfla American continue to act an solicitors for patents CAvrsts trade marks oopr richt etc for the United Statra and tin United Mates and Forelcn Forty jesrs At oxporience in tlia repartition of mors han One Hundred application or pateuu in tr conn- - for Coiiri oss Tlie pxesenre of Hon D D Sublett of Salyersville Magollin county in our city for a few davs this week naturally sUirted a talk about his candidacy for Congress as the time for sclccthg can Â¬ didates for that oflicc is approaching In u brief conversation with him we asked hint if he would seek the nomina tion and though we can not recall the exact language we think wecan produce his ideas He said something like this I have no ambition above my party My aspirations are subordinate to the intercut of the Democratic party and if some other Democrat is the choice of the party I am the last to stand in the way What I most desire of all things is the succcrs of the Democratic party at the next election Uirt if the party should tender me the nomination I would not feel at liberty to decline and would leave no stone unturned to achieve sucÂ¬ Â¬ Slyersvlllc n Prosppntlvu Cnmllriatc trade Â¬ Summed up the opinion of leading manufacturers hern is that tho message will defeat tho Democratic party next year and will also havo tho eftect of stopping further investments in manu fneturing until there is r new Administration The Dailv Aee of thin citv the load ing protection paper of the South says editorially that all tho party lines ate obliterated There will no longer be Democrats or Jlcpublicnns but protoc tiontsts and free traders This opinion Â¬ indorsed by business men and manti fneturcrs of the city iM A Vnlunblo Modlcal Troatlso cess Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sentinel-De- mocrat DUNLAP BR0S1C0 - Henry Knoefel SADDLERY HARNESS ETC 7a The edition for 18S8 of the sterling Medical Annual known ns Uostettcrs Almanac is now ready and mav be ob Â¬ tained free of cost of riruggibta and general country dealers in all parts of the United States Mexico ami indeed in every civilized portion of tho Western Hemisphere This Almanac has been issued regularly at the commencement of every year for over one fifth of a ccn It combines with the soundest turv practical advice for the preservation and restoration of health a large amount of interesting and amusing light reading and the calendar astronomical circula- Â¬ tions chronological items c aro pre pared with great care and will be found entirely accurate The issue or Ilostet ters Almanac for 1888 will probably bo the largest edition of n medical work over published in any country The proprie- Â¬ Co Pitts tors Messcrs Hostetter burg Pa on receipt of a two cent stamp in rorwaru a copy oy mail to any one pio m echo cannot procure one in his neighlu mod vice-presi-de- 1 Â¬ -- 11 J1L Â¬ F Ringgold Â¬ Boots and Shoes CLASSIAVJi t- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5 i - i D LAWOELLS Â¬ Â¬ - CATARRH jif k1 In Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ssei W3 L 11 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hatters Louisville Ky HlTjL CLARKE Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Sievers Carsoii m I I sli LOUISVILLE n gamr- - 7 m PRN3 i T p MUMMM4taqiiliMil Hazel Green Herald BPENCEtt COO r Kit - Iubttrtcr KENTUCKY JIAZEL GREEN RAINDROP FANCIES Theres o world of sweet sugncstlous which Bunny soul may gnla ft From tho monotone of music In tho patter of tho rain When It bonis In happy mcasuro on tho drip- Â¬ ping window pane Thoso nro not tho tears of sorrow shed from out tho passing cloud Dut nro blcMlnKfl droplnc gently from the sun- Â¬ beams misty shroud And they sing a song of bappinesi too gentl to bo loud tho Jiy lwlli have un undortono of softness vhen tboy rlnu And tho loyul uoror bluster In tho presence of Uiuirklog h Just ni happy hoarts in whispers always say tho sweetest thins r r r V- - thing aloof 80 tho thought arc deep which answer to tho rain upon tho roof And the fairy footfalls patter swiftly running oer the gross Hanging strings of sparkling crystals on the forests rordant mass Waking rythmic recollections In our epirlts as they paa So our musings sot to music echo sortly to the rain Sc our troubled souls u semblance of its soft- enod rythms gain So our spirits travel gently in obedience to its strain There is freshness In Its coming there Is Kindness In its bent There Is t oothlug in its softness from which noisy IIIh relront W113I0 In the gentle putter of the raln clrcs genUcr feet 60 glad hearts nro full of echoes to tho rythtn of the rain To tho sweetness of Its murmur to the softness of itu strain To its moaouro of tho moments as It patters on tho pane ure thtilU Unto nil some rnlny weather God and nature wisely wills Â¬ So tho sliver web of gladness silent runs through sorrow woof So tho thought retire for refuge from all noisy BR IV i P And tho soul vrnUeu by its music into quiet rupt- Â¬ Hut it jlorlilcs the landirape it h mlst curtulns vail the hills And n glnd soul echoes toil like the ever laughing rills I Edgar Jon Vhteaqo In litter Ocean Â¬ E A up The CapiaffiTiloney Tale of Buried Treasure Cuban Revolt and Adventure Upon the Seas HvT FOUR by The A JP AHT3 DY JAMES isVopyrbjltt TATtT FRANKLIN FITTS Compauy JW X Artloft Xeiripaper J CIIAPTKR T r i - fi r r tefr o I X te v e 5 Two weeks passed before he was abl to leave his bed Then the doctor saiil he was in fair wav to rccoverv Not one man iu a thousand he said could have survived such wounds not one in five thousand would have survived the Journey undertaken iu early con valesenee His complete restoration to health would be slow but with care and perhaps a change of climate a lUtlo later all would be well with him Now that Henry Crawford was cerÂ¬ tain that the villainy of Hunter had succeeded he was reluctant to pain his betrothal and her mother with the attempt wrauge fate of Captain WlllU money Helen wdd Their astonishment on hearing it knew Pray dont iIm 110 iMMtiid Much that had been inex Â¬ What do you wMi 1 hnvu walked the man plicable In the conduct of her huhhaiid too fur wld HI vulco wax weak hi face wu now made plain to the Kovrowlng w wan and hollow hut there was a woman and the meaning uf Hunter it wut not with Hie U fcU sty thut tijHika of the Inva net loan was a plain jldft NtffWtilttH to I hi nwav from tit out admiration that Crawford oWrved Umi demeanor o 1 mm but JuX 0Mi u Mt rw ilu widow urnlcr tltU In the presence of this grief neither of them had bestowed any further thought upon Louis Hunter his recent mission from Captain Willis or his startling announeoment of whit he had seen on tlutt dreadful night in the old house at Proviucetown They had not soon him since the morning that followed that night they hoped nuver again to see him or hear of him Poor Helen Willis lived and still hoped under the cloud of her own over Â¬ shadowing grief Not a word hail reached her directly from Henry Craw- Â¬ ford since tho letter that told her he had joined Lopez Tho dreary list of Orittondous men slaughtered by Spanish volleys after their surrender was published iu the papers her lovers name was not in it Other lists followed of captive filibusters de- Â¬ ported to Spain iu irons for whom the American Government was making in- Â¬ tercession but he was not named among them She was heavy hearted and yet hopeful His cruel silence seemed liko tho silence of the grave yet she had no positive intelligence of either his death or his captivity and hope with her was a beacon that never expired The days went on till October was well nigh spent On one of those gold Â¬ en afternoons Helen sat in her room alone She had been reading for tho thousandth time that last letter of her lieloved she had kissed it again and cried over it Tho strong passionate yearning of her heart went out to him over seas and lands she could not would not think him dead Her mint rapped at her door and entered Helen she said theres a poor vagabond looking fellow down below in the parlor who insists on seeing you He looks as if no wanted charity hut I couldnt get rid of him by oflor ing him half a dollar He was so ear Â¬ liest about it that I finally let him in I suppose If one of my Province-t-w- n Ileum replied snilor fncuds Ill go down Tho Mrnugvr attempted to rise as she entered the parlor He walked with tno canes hut seemed so feeble that they could not tmpport him iu his Continuxd most surprising and unexpected revelation She indulged iu no useless repining nor reproaches Uer sorrow for tho loss of her husband was unabated All disappointment at the loss of wealth was concealed Helen said Crawford ono day when they were alone your poor father was iu his last hours very anxious that you and your mother should have tho money Yet I dont know but that it is well that it is gone Why J fear it would have brought us a curse It made your father partially unhappy in his life and it cost him his lifo too The infamous scoundrel who has got it struck down every thing that stood between it and him Are you sorry it is gone Not if you are content low Hut its loss will put timo between Sir you must speak respectfully of us and happiness him if you talk to me Where is lie can wait for you She said it Crawford Crawford let me sec and she looked it tholnau mused The fact is miss it What could he do but kiss Iter is not easy to remember names among several hundreds I hope he escaped TART IV CIIAPTKK IL as I did Havent von heard from him NEW MOOT On a frosty morning of early De Â¬ lately No not a word Henry Crawford stepped You have some cember thing to tell me of him why dont you asnoro at lrovinectown The color tell it If he is dead say so ami end was returning to his face his step had something of hs old elasticity he had my misery No miss hes not dead thrown aside his canes Sharp pains from his desperate hurts occasionally Where is he Tho last I saw of him he was walk Â¬ distressed him but youth strength anil ing along the streets of Huston inquir- Â¬ a vigorous constitution were triumph- Â¬ ing for an address that he got at ing And the future was beckoning to Provineotown so he could find Helen him not the future of ease and com- Â¬ Willis fort that poor Captain Willis had Sho came up close to him and looked pictured for him and Helen but a into his face How could she know future of toil and endeavor for them hint how tell that the poor wasted both Hut he was happy in the pros Â¬ creature before her was the strong pect her love was his exceeding great handsome lover who had bidden her reward He had never been at this place be- Â¬ farewell hero less than three months fore but from the Captains descrip- Â¬ before Is it you Henry she asked amid tion or the locality he had no diff- Â¬ iculty iu finding the old house her tears Hefore I must bo sadly changed Helen he reached it he made some inquiries when your eyes dont recognize me at a shop and received a verv explicit Hut every thing seems changed to me answer of late I hardly knew the house where The old Lobdell house you mean we parted sir Why Lord bless you nobody She took him iu h r arms she wept goes near it since Maam Willis anil over him tear- - 2 mingled sorrow and her daughter left it Nobody knows joy Xu i ow for his sutlorings joy that any thing more about it nor wants to we know too much already he iid returned to her Tilings An hour later they were sitting there have been quiet there lately for all Ive together Her mother and aunt had heard but 1 spose theyre liable to been with them they had brought him break out again any night refreshment and cheered him with Mrs Willis and her daughter own their sympathy and kindness lie had the place now I said Crawford briefly told them of the fate of the bark am their agent and have come here and its Captain and ids own rescue this morning by their direction to look from the burning deck by the boat of at the condition of the place and to an English ship of his being carried take care of tho property remaining in into Nassau and being placed in the the rooms they occupied Where can hospital from whence barely conva- Â¬ 1 gel two or three men to help me lescent he had come to New York What to go into the house and against the ad ice of the doctors At move things out Proviucetown he had learned of the Certainly events that had caused Mrs Willis and Not iu this town you may be sure her daughter to leave it ami impatient sir Nobody would set foot iii it above all to see Helen he had hurried As lie reached the near vicinity of on to Boston the houeo he paused to take a careful Tims far the strength of hope the survey of it which enabled an old wings of love had held him up against sailor who had been following him for several minutes to overtake him Pardon your honor he said I just scraping the crown of his hat heard you tell Mr Joss that you want Â¬ ed some help to move Mrs Willis fur- Â¬ niture I cant do much but Im willing to bear a baud to help Captain Aarons folks That is providin you dont ax me to go anywhere but in the rooms where they lived I dont know any one hero as would do that much but me Howsomevcr in the daytime and with company 1 dont mind doin so much for the sake of the old Cap- Â¬ tains folks Cod rest his soul If I f Ji it You knew Captain Willis then O aye Everybody hero knew 1 I hospital the doctor say 1 should not bo out yet What do you wishP sho asked again touched by lus appearance and manner 1 wns directed to Miss Helen Willis he said You are the lady I Well miss Ive been in suppose Cuba Ive seen rough times there with tho filibusters there were not many of us got away Not knowing from one day to another if wo should ever see home again wo used to give each other messages to carry for us There was one fellow gave mo some word for you and now it is curious I cant think which one it was Crawford wub her breathless question O yes Henry Crawford I remem Â¬ ber now An ordinary kind of fel- Â¬ not yot healed that I got from tlio knives of the muiineeiM Unit night Tho tmder jaw of Mr Hurt dropped with surprise Let nit fhako your hand your honor and he sawed that member up and down in uch vigorous pump handle fashion that Crawford had to remind him that he wjls not strong enough yet for so cuthusiaMic a greet- Â¬ ing Well the Lord love vour brave young soul Im proud and happv to fee you and take you by the hand What can 1 do for you or for tho widow or her pretty darter Ill tell you Tom Youre the onlv man Ive got hold of here yet who promises me any help and I want to tell ym what will make vou beliovo ItKintr of England called to Plymouth Church was born in 181 The son of a cabinct mikcr ho utts given a good college education and at the ago of twenty three was the pope hir pastor of a large congregation at Kkv Mi -- HolSon Tpi New Orleans Stain deme that the ireseiit industrial development of the South is duo to Northern capital and enterprise It xiys that onl- a mll portion of the money now em- ployed iu dcvclopng the coal and iron r iiiiiiiii ii u uie o uiiii iiih come iroiu the North 1 1 1 Win j FkrtfJZs Tin rei ruing family of Jenmiuy is wn The aged Emperor has Uvftl fat beyond tho average age of man but the Crow i Priuco his death st h j Itals and ouig Prince Wd mi is aid to suffer from an a liniii thai at any moment mav cauv Im death u dnvi- him to ti o worse - fie uf imsiiiiiy A sakk ami ingeniou- - candle lamp burning gas of petroleum has lvoi i it vented in England Tnere nro nrvaege menls which lender lite lamp peiti--tlafe Tho charge of petroleum is four ounces and this lasts eight hniirs There are two lames one of which produces the gas and the other eoii -- J i um NO 31ISS hi j XOT 1KI the weakness of half healed wounds but now when ho found himself alone with Helen his head reclined wearily upon her bosom Sho held him closely in her twin Youll not leave mo again dear she whispered He made no answer he had fainted Nothing but love had held him from tho grave good mmbrcdly Nliw dout give me any econd haud gossij Mr Hurt 1 saw and heard it myself I tell you Jroaning and moaning like as the fiend himself hail a holt of a man eryiugto the Lord to help it whatever it wa- s- begging not to be lot to die and all secli I just tell you young sir if youd heard em youd hut tip on haunted houses 1 reckon Where did thce noises eoin to come from From the cellar ot the old part I got down to the ground and listened you by that sunk window there where tho O no oflonse your honor youre loose dirt has tilled up nearly to the a nice spoken gentleman said Tom top of the hash returning and pocketing the coin Tho old cellar Ouwiord u I ought to tell you Crawford claimed wlih sudden Interest When continued that Captain Willis wa wathis Seelf ymieau tk the time I was with him on hi my best friend exactly vessel when ha wan killed by tho I lecknn I can It wu bout Myven mutineer and I nearly hut mv life In nolooV of un night f tln trying to defend him 1 coiAd inw Viliiiulli left theiiuuso you wouml clear Unoujh my tliot tu til COMUUiUj What is your name Thomas Hurt your honor I hall need at least two more men to move away Mrs Willis household cfleets Cant you get them for me It cant be done sir was the pos- Â¬ itive reply Why what a set of old wives you men must be here in this town to be seared by a lot of silly stories about ghosts and haunt iugs Heg pardon again sir but neither you nor any one else has a right to speak that way about men old enough to be your father Id like to help the Captains widow but if youre to talk like that youd better look for some Jood morning sir one else Crawford was amused at the old fel lows anger but could not dispense with him yet Here Hurt come back he called out Heros a dollar for you wheth Â¬ er you go into the old house with me I always like sailors Ive Won or not with them many a voyage though not much of a sailor myself and I dont want to ollcud an old salt like I AicMru may now drive wel- a- - nu- meroitsly a they like on their lands with no loyaltv sharks to nocM litem ik ioitvk to tmk like that vor u or make them afraid Not in a great isr rmt look fok somkonj kisk many a cars have Country people m - horoutrhh realized the benefit of dm n i ii itiii uu aimi an me people nere liao wells as during tho present long dry been frightened at shadows Captain season in the West lasting upward of m ims isiiini wnn me ireeiy aoom mat sj mouths house and the stories of its being haunted but he did not believe a word TlM forist m UnuA excluding Alaska cmbraco 3Mi00oio Not believe i sr hy he told u llL irf Ul fllin tlMMnyarnshimselfal over town U Tll f ers own about MS f He old too but ho did WI1 of tllt 0 that fm Ult or M1t that for a certain purpose 1 may tell 000 UtK acres The rest is owned by the people here what it was some railroad corporations mine owner- day charcoal burners tanneries lumber Â¬ Captn Willis not believe the lions men and speculators was spooky the bailor repeated dwelling upon the incredible fact Tilt annual report of Why he cam back to it himself aft- Â¬ Hyatt shows that the revenues of I no er he was dead Mr Willis and her Co eminent for he last liscal acmi dater saw him Youre certainly wrong there my ending dune J0 were J7I4JJ77 and old friend Hoth of them tell me that the oidinary expenditure Jl7L 17J surplus lol4710Uy As coni they saw nothing of the kind aicd with the previous ear the re- Â¬ Tom Hurt was staggered Ho looked from the speaker to the house as ceipts increased SMJti oft llic r- t hough expecting that the latter might peiidituro- - 1 VKi0H and the surolns suddenly take wings and soar aloft Ji0 The cherished delu ions of himself and -j his mates were one by one being incr- Tin use of oil by vessels at -- en for cilesslv de troud by this unbeliever soothing the waws in time of Mono Still he would nor yield appears to be on the point of er e- Hut them wimmen heard shoutins metl and practical applicatio i Sra that nightand scrcechius aml hidg- - breakers appliances for tho distribu eons lalliu -- and pistols lion of the oil have been patented both To be sure they did Tom and I at home and abroad which aiv used by know who made all that disturbance all cattle earn ing steamers ami sonm I have fully satislied both these ladies otlier vim whiTe a special od - now that they were most cruelly and mauufulured lor the puroose brutally itnpo ed upon by a black- -- iiearieu scounurci ior ins own orint- It is aid that a few yo tru o Iho inal ends If the ladies come back wile of icn ral Crook while traveling here next summer as they may wo l i in Aiioua i mew away lrom l he car shall probably hae to make thewholo curious story public so as to clear the window the remains of soium watei- cress which she had brought from a house of its bad name J he bits Tom stared at the speaker ia blank distant art of the country j of herb ft into a brook aiid took root and hopeless incredulity am now watercress is growing iuui- The fact seems to be Crawford ji of li continued that houses are verv much V0 t wa w enlirelt n- like dog in the proverb Onlv -- ive one a bad name and it will stick i Km Everybody in Proviucetown talks t about the Lobdell place being haunted lKM the eniinenl Cerman vgienisi declared iu a recent lecture but its all rumor and gossip Nobody has seen or heard any thing that de- - j tilt l1 nervousness of women is gen serves even to be examined erally owing to two defects inema caused b the silly notion that a heartv Thats where youre wrong sir its is unfeminine and fresh air wrong as wrong can be j j starvation Tom spoke ip triumphantly accompanied by a Jack of and To their foudmss for fre h dasiicu down lus fiat to emphasic the exercise assertion air their open wiidows at niht and What do vou mean their constant exercise ho adributes Ill tell ye Ill tell ye my young the greater beauty of Engliih women sir and then see if youll be so pert an chipper iu laughin at the things thats A VKUiiAi journal gives ihi eero been makiu the Provincetn folks for whoopimr-coufj-- h wbieb ti in creep lou want to know who most clTcftiial Fumigate with ulphur icaitl or seen anv thin- old 1rom mil ntlior n u ed Juse woM noticin Well 7hivc 1 1 4 1 v4 m suiiies ii i I I Tr-as-ire- r -- I J j i- J I 1 1 1 tmlv - lj thatui rrr 1 ll iwl l I - I Indeed qucied Crawfd i 1f Z Mi U U J ho and l lie rooms rcnviin eloseil and sul jectcd o the fumes for about live hourEvery thing is then well aired nod I he rooms arc once more ready lor the occupation of the sutlerei - in tln anartimmts w bilit ti ioifw are hung up iu a convenient manner ttWm MT t n- snl1 - tm Si kiiaiv rmMml has ordered a detailed account of their receipts and expenditures from the Commissioners of Einigratii n There is a panic ac Â¬ cordingly in Custlo Jardon particu Â¬ larly rniong the ligMusof privileges Eat takei Mich as ton cents for it f beer lllteeu cents for a sand gln wiih iweuiy liyn rents for can lug a trunk one hundred yanU and such pleiiMiit pickings from the poclo of poor Immlgraiith will be cut ml nun h to lte ehagrlu of w r vaiUI u theunvhes In IhU iiwpuui tv pt 0 W4tmLjt m v 1 V 1MMmtLi - -- iul tVtlisWirl Jfit t - utjjt E t kfctftktoJjUfL Hazel Gieen Herald tSPKKCUlt COOIKIt 1iibllslicr 11A7KLCSUKEN KENTUCKY LIKING AND DISLIKING Yon who know the rcurnn tell mc How It is that iustjju t still Jrcmipth too heart to like or like not At its own capricious will Tell mu liy what hidden mage Our Impressons tlrsi are led Into liking or disliking Oft before a word be said Why should smiles sometimes repel Hrlght eyes turn our feelings eoldr VYf nt to Unit which comes to tell tu All that glitters is not gold O no feature plain or striking llut u power we can not shun tut 1iomplHOir liking or disliking Kro acquaintance hath begun Is ft instinct or winf spirit Wh ch piotects us nnd controlEvery nipulsc we Inherit My com- sympathy of souls nsttnet is t nature N Or some frank or fault of chance Which our liking or disliking Limits to a single ytiwicer - Like presentiment of danger Though tho sky no shadow lllngr Or lhrt Inner sense still stronger Of unseen unuttereil things - it O can no onn tell mo No oo show sntllclcnt cause Why our liking and disliking Hic their own instinctive laws I- LitttlV Wring Ajt JOHN ANDDAISY Kow Thoy Succoodod in Paying Thoir Dobts John Itamsay was working on his farm his careless loose dress display- Â¬ ing to advantage his tall muscular figure and i broad si raw hat shaded a handsome fare with large dark eves set beneath a forehead whose breadth and height indicated a powerful brain The hands- thai guned the plow were strong hands but whiter and inure delicate than tich pursuits usually ailow Daisy Halo sit watching him Her dress was print but made with flounces on the skirt and rullles on tho waist Her short golden hair was curled into a fringe carefully over her forehead and gathered in longer curls - the kitchen the daily the poultry yard fiom days dawn till night She was not all selfishness and heartlossness though there had grown a thick erust of both over her better nature Her ideas of ladies and gentle Â¬ men depended largely upon clothing and pursuit and sho had not yet quite realized how much more nearly Johns standard reached tho desired point than her own As sho drew near the house the sting of Johns words penetrated more and more through the erust she had drawn over her heart until a fresh stab met her at the door Looking in at the open door she saw a white head bowed iu weeping a slight figure shaken by sobs Quickly through all tho sellishness self reproach struck at the girls heart and in a moment she was on her knees beside the low chair her arms around the weeping woman Oh Aunt Mary what is il Oh please dont cry so Oh what has happened Why Dais- - dear through sobs that would not be cheeked at a mo Â¬ ments notice dont mind me Im only tired dearie onh tired Could she have struck deeper Tired At seventy housework does become a wcaiinois At seventy it may seem as if one ought to rest while young hands and active feet take up the burden She was ery tired this patient old woman who hat given her lifes work for others first for her parents then for an invalid brother lastly foi the orphair children with such innumerable acts of neighborly kindness as only the recording angel of good deeds knew Well might she be tired It was new to her to be caressed to have tender hands lead her to her room and loosen her dress t tender voice coax her to lie down Now I will darken tho window nu are to rest and Daisy said Sleep if you can until dinner time Hut DaisyTyou can not make the 1 tried to imiKu mvolf nlmlr that ho might not bo ashamed of me And yet in her heart she knew that he was ashamed of her and that sho deserved it Ashamed that she could sit iu her room scllishly engrossed in making piotty articles of dross or reading while her cousin or as she too called her Aunt Mary worked iu piled each daw Aunt Mary caps TEMPERANCE READING her collars ami aprons were adjusted to suit the new order of things airil TWO SIGNa tho easiest of chairs sdootl over ready for her resting time i And John bringing to his task the At the ljn ot Tho Glass of ChnmpaRno On nt what same will and brains that had carried Thro the corner opened neo you tho nlithtr polishetl tloor the oft uKh him through college was Inaugurating lloor Ami mirror and bar flxturo bright a new order of affairs on the farm and made tho work pay well Once more eame a June dav when Daisy sat iu the fields and John stood leaning against the fence heddo her Four years of earnest loving work had left traces upon both young faces ennobling them and yet leaving to them all tho glad content that rewards well doing Many hours of self denial both had hole for tho dovils drink whloh will temporarily assuage thu tormenting thirst of which it was originally the cause met bravely many deprivaUous both had borne woll Daisy wore a black dress and upon tho hat iu Johns hand was a band of crape but through a sadness iu tiieir voices there yot rang a lone of happiness You love me Daisy John had said to her When havo I not loved you sho answered And you will be my wife Darling 1 have long loved you but after Aunt Mary was struck down with paralysis 1 would not ask you to take up new duties Now sh needs you no longer and you shall leave the farm whenever you wish Oh John must Leave the farm we leave it I thought it was yours now So it is And you have made it so beautiful Oil John why as well as piolitable must wo leave il Only because I thought it was voitt wish It would break my heart to go away I love my home And John taking the little figure into a close embrace wondered if any city could produce a sweeter daintier little lady than the n lie held in his arms SCANDALOUS OUTRAGE Mow a CoiistiencclcNt White Man Clieiitml thf llitllot llox Folks ought or be reite fur cheat ex- Â¬ in do balloek box dat way claimed a disgusted negro who stood near a oting place in Arkausaw An Eastern man who overheard the ne Â¬ gros denunciation approached him A intoji imili In hind above which was cry jaunty hat covered with nulls of white muslin and bows of blue ribbon to match the spots upon her dinner a and said Did you say something about the ballot box being cheated Yas sab 1 did an dat white man tautliu ober yantler is do cause o it no is tin- - Tile face tinder Daisys hat was giootnv not to say cross A very prett face hut not pleasant having a petted spoiled chihl frown and a brooding discontent in the large blue and taking oil his Int fanned himself willi it topping his horse while ho leaned indolently against the plow You look deliriously cool under lie said this great tree And hem much dressed for nine very oclock in the morning In a livepenny calico she said When are you foutcuipluousl tuning in At noon to din or It is too absurd she broko out angry tears in her ees for you to be plowing and hoeing and milking ows and doing the v nrk ot a laboring man I tliotight when you came home Iroiti college yn would do something Lesides work oti a tarm That Ami lot the fiitm go to ruin vouhl bo a poor way to pay mv debts she saitl looking Your debts Do oi owe debts nstouislit d Certainly You and 1 arts both very huvily in deo Daisy 1 think when Aunt Mary took us iu poor little orphans I her nephew you her second cousin sho interrupted Third eou n I know since you are so particular what you mem but I am very sure that Aunt Maiy never intended us to drudge on the horrid old farm Do you know that all the money she saved iu a life of hard work was Do you spoilt upon our education know that she his nothing now but the farm and that to take her away from it would probably shorten her life Sho nhvavtt has taken care of it Ircs rtly the farmer drew near her will try was the quick reply and Aunt Mary submitted Washing the potatoes shelling pease frying ham making collee all allowed thought to bo busy and Daisy sigh Â¬ ingly put away some of her day dreams over her homely tasks I can not be a lady she thought and John wont be a gentleman but I will try to pav mv share of the Trying to grind you down is he Yas sah tryin tor do dat fur ei herself Aro you blind that you can not sec how the four years sho has been alone hero have aged her how feeble she is While wo were living at ease at col lego and school she has toiled for us until sho is wearied out VlJut you could send her money if you were iu the city iu some gentle Â¬ manly occupation Perhaps so ten or twlvo years from now To day I propose to work this farm and see how many bushels of corn 1 can tai e on it He tool hold of the plow handles as In -- poke statod the hotS and lft her her eye full of angry tears Hi might a- - well have Mild what she thought springing ho meant Ho down and idartiiitf for tin Iioum I ought to cook and wash mid think limU htiucr and work llko a sorvant giil whan luiw sludlod u litud niul think myself that it is scandal- It is a blistering shame a can Â¬ kering sarcasm upon our institutions debts She had taken oil her flounces ami This thing of robbing a man of hi hat and put on a plain tires and large right of suffrage is heaping disgrace Toll me how cheek apron before she began to work upon our loverumeut they treated you and she was rather astonished as her How da cheated tlo ballot box kitchen duties progressed to find herYes self happier than sh had been since Wall sah dat wite man standin she returned home ober yander come up tor me dis When John came to dinner he was Saul you astonished to liutl Aunt Mary quite mawniu an says seys e dressed up as she bliishingly said iu aint gwine ter Note furI dat mar says 1se Wall yas a clean print dross and white apron Scott isyer Doan been thiukin some erbout it her dear old face showing qo sign of do it1 says ze an Ill gin yerer dollar heat or weariness while Daisy with Dal hit me iu added bloom and bare white arms was ter ote fur Mr Smif de right place an I voted fur Mr carrying in the dinner The new girl at your service she Smif Woll but h iw was that cheating said saucily as she pulled down her tho ballot bo Dinner is ready sir sleeves Wy sah do blame dollar he gin Hut her lips quivered as lie bout over Arkausaw me hah got or hole in it od bless you her and whispered Traveler Forgive me if 1 was too hasty dear this morning Something Happened It was a merry meal They made a He was rowing around in a saloo on play that was more than half earnest of Aunt Marys being a great lady who Woodbritlge street the otnor day and was to be waited upon and not allowed liualh- stood up to the bar and pound Â¬ to rise from tho table upon any con- Â¬ ed on it with his list as he exclaimed Give mo a show anil Ill lick tho Dinner over John re Â¬ sideration turned to his plowing and Aunt Mary whole police force of Detroit Will you queried Ollk er Cordon firmly refusing to sit iu idleness was ho approached him from behind and allowed to wash cups and saucers as while Daisy made short work of pots took him by the collar The live or six men standing around and pans began to laugh and the roystorer John said but little as the days wore ex- Â¬ on and still found Daisy at her post made a gesture of disgust and claimed It was not in the nature of things for Hut what chance have I got Some Â¬ Aunt Mary to sit with folded hand thing always happens just this way but it became Daisys task to in- Â¬ augurate daily naps to see that only and Im growing weary of this Free lrcxs the light work came to tho older hands to make daily work loss of a toil Something Pleasant and more of a pleasure And the jonng girl herself was sur-Â¬ Cant you say something pleasant prised to find how much she enjoyed to me said a husband to his wife as the life that had seemed to her a mere ho was about to start for his ofllce drudgery They had had a little quarrel and ho Willi younger hands to carry on the was willing to make up responded tho penitent Ah John domestic affairs they ceased to engross every hour of the day and John en Â¬ lady throwing her arms around his Wo couraged Daisy iu making Use of tho neck forgive my foolishness parlor us a daily sitting won both iu the wrong And dont still shut up A pair of muslin curtains at forget tho babys shoes dear and the room each window were skillfully draped to ton of coal and wo are out id potatoes keep out the Hies the center table re- Â¬ mid John love you must leave me Vi signed in guy taso of stiff arlilielul some money for tho jjas man and slind of wa fruli to ma e lloweis room for Im dainty work baskets for -- A Philadelphia girl Miti really aiteruoon work and the periodicals V V tionriHil That depends upon took in John If It is ice lr iofii and the question tlskwd Out the shiny alio buy Yes chair prntly hljs of embroidery wttru tiritam or friod uviIith VelL nffmleliiMu lloncr wvru up drapiid and I scanIous faek ous Â¬ life-r-Dctr- oil hor-e-hii- lrli With thn month of this monster which dovours the wages of honest labor closed tho drinking mnu can go to his home without meeting temptation a dozen thmxi in traversing tho spaco between his plaoo of occupa- Â¬ Pans under Thu Olnmi of Champnune Gaudy picture bedeck tho palo wall tion and his hone Ho can put iu full Not un oath is heiu heard not u loud spofcen weeks for there is no temptation to word tako a holiday in ordor to go on a de Â¬ Mcok waiters obey cvry call His full wages aro in his bauch Not a hound of carousnl or brawl pocket on pay day for tho saloon- Â¬ Alt Is quiet and polished and tine llire guiittcmen cull iu societys drawl keeper no longer exists to take tho Tor thoir brandy or sparkling wine bulk thoreof as his toll Pedestrians on tho street henr Tho result of lifting tho in- Â¬ llut tho click of tho cues at thoy pass cubus of supporting the saloon-koop-eIt Is not a disgrace to bo seoa In thin place in luxury from the shoulders of And tho drunkards hero mado arc tlrst clas these men is exactly tho samo as that See v at youth bnrcly out of his tcon stated abovo tho samo result is Approach tho gay RlltterliiK bnr Ills houd U held IiIkq nud smlltui his eye reached as if their incomes were in Â¬ As ho culls for his wine or ohtar creased by tho amount thoy formerly Diamonds Hash on his snowy whlto shirt spent for rum They all live bettor Diamonda Hash on his siowywhltu hand They have bettor food more abundant IIok the acme of stylo oh woll may ho utnllo iu quantity and in greater variety Kor fortune is his to command They dross thomsolves their wives and ii children comfortably and decently At thn tilfjn of Tho Dig Lager GlnRs They live iu larger and hotter houses On the corner what so unds do you hear You hear tlslto bouts and vllo drunkon shouts which are hotter furnished Thcso And tho clinking of glasses of beer aro now homos in placo of cheorlcss Piss under Tho Illg Lager Glass barracks There aro pictures on tho There Is dancing and mtisle Iu there fMnU hooks and papers on tho table And topical songs on the working man s wrongs 1 hoy enjoy life instead of its being tt lly maidens onco guileless and fair burden Tnss on to the hgh sloppy bnr What effect hns this on every lino ot Reo that brute bloated tllrty blear eyed Clothos tatternd and torn unshaven unshorn legitimate business The question an Â¬ Hand nervously twitching at side swers itself Tho money that onto See him search and rosenrch his foul rags supported the accursed saloons now See tho big drops of sweat on his brow goes to support tho real business en Â¬ Kvry nerve evry vein Is throbbing with pain terprises The butcher shops and And crying for stimulus noir groceries tho clothing stores tho dry At the sign ot The Glass of Champagno goods and millinery establishments You saw not a long time ago With his hiMitl held up high ami with gay the furniture stores iu fact every smiling eye possible kind of business house which Tills brute so besotted and low supplies the ordinary legitimate needs At the sign of The Glass of Champagno of our modern civilization has its lie once strutted n proud lisping swell This increases tho He scorned to drtnk beer but ho begs for It trade incrased demand on the farmers the manufact- Â¬ ln re In a lower but not a worso hell urers and all who supply thum with their goods The money Is kept iu Lets depart from this horrible den the legitimate channels of trade and And as thro Its lurk porVils wo pass Lets swear as weni men to never again not poured into tho bursting colters of lass under The Illy Lager Glass the ruin power And lets swear as we Inmjh at the brutes We have iu mind a town in Ohio And scoiTut their will power and brain of six thousand inhabitants It has To take to tho stall if we eer again call thirty saloons which pay the Dow tax At the sign of The Glass of Champagne Jhi Voice Each of the saloons has ah average daily revenue of over ton dollars A BUSINESS VIEW That is three hundred dollars a day The Itilin Triilllo from u Iolliir-iilid-tand as they aro open on Sundays it StiiiMt rnlitt is twenty one hundred dollars a week The dollar-aud-cestand point is a or for the entire year 101 200 It low one for judging a great moral ques- Â¬ lias the reputation of being a rather tion but it is a iow of the case which quiet dull town Suppose that this is after all most potent Men respond 0U 200 was spent in tho stores and to a touch upon the poekot norvo more other establishments of the town quickly than to any other Hence it is would not business boom It is legitimate in the warfare against that more than the total business of the fruitful parent of vice and crime of three largest houses iu the town lewdness and debauchery of sorrow Toledo Blade m m and misery poverty and degradation to set in array tho money cost of the Another Whisky Massacre rum Ira inc The Vernon horror by which ovory There are some thing1 so priceless passenger and all but one of tho crow that no money value can he assigned of a lake steamer perished is proved them Thev can not be bought with by testimony before the coroners jury gold The mother who stands by the to bo another whisky massacre Tho cotlincd form of hci dead sou brought captain was a confirmed drunkard low by ruin is beyond comfort and notoriously so had had delirium consolation for though he may be tremens on former trips the wealthy all her shining store of gold company were thinking aboutWhat entrust-Â¬ can not restore the vital spark can not ing such a man with the control of place that sou once her idol the center vessel wo can not imagine The lonei of bright hopes and fondest aspirations Tho captain was survivor testified back on the parting of tho ways when drunk most of the time and he was ho took the wrong road that has led very drunk when wo left Choboygnii him to death No wife can measure iu last weak Friday night tho night money the value of a husbands love the steamer was lost ho was as drunk and care of which she has been robbed as I ever saw him and kept taking a liy the devil of drink No son defraud Â¬ drink every little while from a bottle ed of his birthright through his fathers that he carried iu his coat pocket If yielding to the temptations of rum no the captain had been sober I dont be- Â¬ parent whose child is treading the lieve the vessel would havo been lost downward way can measure tho Irre Â¬ for an sober man would have turned parable loss the shame the misery by back when he saw how badly she acted the standard of dollars and cents in the big sea Lot us then leave the consideration is aroused and Tho whole damage thus justly by the world of tho irreparable Hay market massacre wrought by rum and turn to what yet here is a massacre by which not may lie called a business view of the seven lives only but seventy aro sacri- Â¬ Btihjcct ficed and because whisky did it it The average man lives as a rule lesson makes no more lasting mark If ho pretty close tip to his income than do the waves which closed ovei G00 a year ho spends it all or earns the poor victims Union Signal Verv uearlv all If this annual amount is raised to 1200 his stylo of living im TEMPERANCE ITEMS proves ho has a greater variety of Thk Cumberland Presbyterian o food and of butter quality lie and his Tonnesaoo Nashville Tenn says wife dress better ho lives in a larger spends fifteen times as much money for and more comfortable dwelling he bus better carpets and furniture ho has bad whisky as for good schools Yot say let men drink who want more books and pictures in short he to and take tho consequences but tho enjoys life better And if his earnings go up to 2000 for instance he will man drinks and the woman takes tho N W C T U Bulletin improve his style of living still further consoquoncos which develops nfter tho KiiiKfsv There is not one man in ten thousand under tho circumstances named who thirty fifth year of ago is frequently would live iu tho narrow way ho was duo to homo organic disease of tho brain Journal of ncbricly compelled to do at the commencement caused by alcohol Wi hold the liquor traflio to be an of his career With those men who are the nlaves unmitigated curse at all times nnd iu of rum the demands of the infernal every place the pursuance of it on habit compel a style of living as nar thu Sabbath day adds little if any row as n compatible with keeping soul thing to its enormity but since it Is ninl body together The drinking man permitted by law to run its ruinous if dependent on his dily labor for and degrading course for six days of support has to live iu poor quarters the week we do demand that tho The furniture is scanty of comforts In saloons those mills of destruction tho household there ale few and of ele shall cease grinding one day in seven fancies none The clothing of him their grist of disease and misery ami ndf his wife and family Is of the poor crime shall give us time enough to food is stinted that Cod el and cheapest Thetho cheapest In pray with renewed zoulthis motherwill of hasten the day when in quantity and of quality All that lie can possibly tparo abominations may be wholly vJped V 1 Qbicrw ucrom thu noun I or of sumo rum- - from thu eatUi rs 1 I nt JHS i n A h a nt 1 I i J 4i 11 il ij A Â¬ J i t J 1 I 1 i Vl u 1 4 t H H lw I 4 - f U n i Vi rW EXXM Uwyyy rnlhcr ho stntcn that he had alwnyo noted a perfect gentleman It in r hwcet Kccnted mess altogether hut not tho first one that Marcuin hay been mixed with Cor Louisville Times -- wrFrr ae utm SSSSZ5 n w pi qn wf mi - nii r 6 Subscription Hazel Green Herald Money li Accompany tlio Nn in c - SI a Year EniTon I- - I 0 O O yPKNCER COOPER Al r-- The President sent to the Senate on Tuesday the following nominations L HAZEL GREEN KY of Mississippi be Friday December 10 1887 Q C ofLninar Supreme Court to Win Jus tho tico F Vilas of Wisconsin to be Secretary of Don M Dickinson of the Interior With pretty mnfds nnd modest misMCt to bo Postmaster General Michigan Hazel Green is wonderfully blest Clias 6 Fairchild of New York to be And here the Sun Daylight klsnes Secretary of the Treasury Jeorge L On the cuMurn hills shining crest Riven of New York to bo Assistant Sec retary of the Treasury James W Jly att of Connecticut to be Treasurer of llcreh to you neighhor ChrUtmns jjft We take pleasure iu acknowled- tho United States ging that tho llAZEf CJllKKN IlKHAInis Persona who lead a life of exposure one of the neatest prettiest brightest are Hubject to rheumatism neuralgia and and best papers in Kentucky and we lumbago and will find a valuable remedy dont charge a cent for Haying ao It de in Dr J II Me Jeans Volcanic Oil Lincrves success and will have it Beutty- - iment it will banish pain subdue in yiiiu Xjiiiurnribu Humiliation Sold by C5 13 Swaugo Thanks Hazel Green And heres to you friend Charley J HI Â¬ 0 0 O O 0 0 WWrJ ififiliBv II ml- Wi - O O 0 O O O t 0 l -- 3 3wrv y HOWS YOUR CHA If you have boon waiting an iportunity of this kind 19 mmPwam May you of the good things have a fill Slay the lKTiilMMHi grow in hizc And the merchants In it advertise The people of Lee and Heuttyville Can iiiake it huccuimI if they will Hut if to interest theyre untrue Others for your work must honor you Canipton Select School will open ii Select Cuinptou Ky on m BRACE AVc - IT a QUICKLY Fall arc placing The underxigned with Miituhle av iston Is S hool in the town of YOUE you a line display of Genuine Bargains which will TICKLE HEARTS1 with unalloyed pleasure Come and see our glorious crop of before1 3N We have before uh a specimen of ore which was dug from the well of Mr A J Woodh in tho suburbs of this town at a distance of about thirty threu feet hich is the heaviest piece of oro it has been our good fortune to examine In color it is mainly a dull lead but when exposed to the light and a critical exam ination it bhows bright shining cpnt of a substance which mav be gold or copper In digging the well Mr Woods threw out some two or tlnro bushels of roeks of nearly as great wcightns the specimen o have and very similar to it in appear Â¬ ance The specimen in our povessiou nas projections all over it something like blunt thorns and tie niece of ore or rock whichever it mav lie is as hard as any flint rock Struck with a piece of teel it creates a blaze of fire equal to a gas jet and lights up the mineral iu it hi such a way as to cuum one to think of Aladdins lamp and its wonders Jt weighs s ven and a half ounces and is no larger than a hen egg Have we found a gold mine If so we should like to know it right quick Â¬ Teachers of the 1uhlio Schools whose terms have just rlosed are espenally re miested to investigate our TimMM ami n tin- Monday Jan 2 1808 - VNrois I hefori iirritiipini elsewhere and patroiiuge of the public generally is We have hummed and hustled and our COMPETITORS WILL HOWL when they hear the people sounding our praise for theenergN we have shown in securing Mich attains So Goods f Our rates of tuition are rciittr1i11y low and hoarding within the leaeh of nil i itiiii rv d irtin at liiiermedinte Advanced KiiKlih M in Ky MAHION Campion 2W lio jiiiitaffl John Jay The eiipiiiioiM new luiildio whoearihi tiMiural hfauty and mteiDir einnpeteMes have liei n so uuivc rially admired will he readv for oceiipauev Aorpn of COMIKTKNT TKrHKIts will he readv to jjive iristriietiou in the eoinand in uiou school and higher hrauclie mtisle and piiiisiut Special utteiition will he given to the train ing of teaehir The past record of the school is its lust guarantee for its future work Hoard and tuition reiisoualde For full particulars call upon or address ho principal at Jackson Ky - Beautiful Bedazzling Bewitching stock of CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS and FURNISHING GOODS IK YOU WANT FIRST CHOICE COME EARLY siitution will open Dlckoy A M Principal The eighth scmiannuil si sion of thi iu fee I UkzJa MMY 1 n js- - MT STERLING KY ike fiaMridge fiogaa Baw ft huuiituturors of I5tst Hnirlisli Steel Circular uul Lony if HP r til i lr it MI m h5 k t lV It - f c f I fc I t Mi Tho caucus of the Democratic members of the lower house of Congress conferred honor upon ibelf by the unanimous selection of Mr Curlhdc for Speaker He responded in u brief speech making a Disease Cured proper acknowledgement of the confi Â¬ dence reposed iu him by his party A MARVELOUS INVENTION Among other matters iu asking for har- Â¬ FOR IIEAIINO TIU- NICK AM COAQUKU monious action bv the Democratic maIMI IAlV Xarnrtlta to hobojority he said It is therefore a A TaliuM Ptwettrr fr nppljlir nanrllm IllUird - U t Bitulilrm lrrlrlcllr ml of the highest importance that we should aa iiror ir lltciUif lh bltk T7o wurc no warfare infulnit plirloUnn or the reconsider if possible all differences of mixltcul trutrrnlt Kincinlly Their plirr of n opinion among ourselves before engaging lurtrn mill we tu nltl fur fulniUmitllliry niruti riiTroctirliik tin liini In Tlio ninhlntr fur tick iu a contest with a common enemy If ilijulrlin ni cujitoi a hlKi jiliu In public liotiit Mi our April cuti vm niul Ik iL iily o too we can agree among ourselves on essen mici Miirn not a DAiiu i t forovrrv III tlinvuru wfint wc flu iin forth tin niit wlllnlforil inwnljr cnri iitt tial points wo can well afford in view of the critical condition of the country to entlmtJ liter iiiuJuiuei inofnilutt tu Klvorrlluf GENUINE MAGHETIC APPLIANCES CLASSIFIED postpone tho discussiong of ininormatters until a more appropriate time Pfl AGNETIG This VSf Si course it seems to me is demanded by HiiiaMtoiirtinu wuin Huml rurclriulxii WRI8T1 MAfiMTinri ma hiuihiu KTS fnrlmniiirlv the highest consideration of partv expe Â¬ ii wri iMfio lriccji iiiNuiiti 1 piTpuir stint mvMinur rlt ntunl for circular We take diency and the public welfare AMKI nttflMi lin nnkVi PTft far Ihiiiii unit wrnk it that the meaning of this is a policy 1ino aiaili UortJkUu kiilUJCIIV oriuilli tJriul rorcii ii rs outlined for concession and compromise npi roui TIC PLCEPIMC CAP for Ittlilixaon tho importiint question of taiiif reIUU I IU III ml u ir tuMii itlirln liv nioI bona for 1m oto Jiuo form and surplus reduction Danville kl ciicuinr itarrh Advocate fl Mirrjcri SCIATIC SKIETLDS ill nollilMMI HI IW intl IMIUHer tltVI riitiiinniiiiii lilp illionkc ml hlxo uC wuUt axit IrkO k tin ciiiuiUM P The message of president Cleveland i irH uhiii riiii OFFICH CAP for frontliMnr n ft j MSMTJIU l lli it vrttli inrvoii lni unrlin to Congress is stamped all over with the i nr u rail 1 tr i ui in it v in i at rtiiii iirnu iiiutiy I 1riro SS marks of honest statesmanship The fl eirculnri tiii li buail bitu of tiul worn Xuil fur greatest good to the greatest number MiGfETn and that to bo obtained through open mlucii tlio UKiluir atil riiii to nlirnl alii i lliuntnlltili l V3crtiilitliial McnJ Uu of honest direct methods is clearly the aim tt Kiliilror HUIhi of tho President and that without ret viKd WfiVzil tnuiMirv pnoTccrons r i in tu iliHUIibli Mutii Mill curv rrMnarnr iiiiniirm gard to results upon the future of party liny miii iunc iiiruiiiunlA thront trntililv mul en nuuinlKlrorganisations The entire message is one Hcml for clivtilAi nllli tuatl tnrrh 1rliu uiONlali refrain of honest patrioisin clear and TIIUOAT SHIELDS Mr7iKTIO tiM Ulllllt Mill UIIlltlK euro N titelHgont statesmanship and loyalty to A niilUllll Wl liciitti institutional methods from its opening mm tl tov fKi nnzliMrln la i ul Hi RinltiM Mill alntf ilin ViMttl ctinl hihI iirovpnt itri vntenco tc its closing paragraph Such y liuurfis - Si nuvK cjrouiM 1rlco XI uucU Ly fui mull ni lv of n message is alone broad enough for a C1 AIJIfTIA fir stont rliaimin piiitfornv to boar all the weight and all t mfun i iu LCCN8irtfi river 101 nun it pi inii1 V rnvlf i ii In lli io irtTKli MiivMiwiiirii uni tho responsibility of an entire presiden an aaaa aa at itkPB III II lllidl ill lllli llli lkl fill ItXa t lie nilimi i nn i itll iiiiiiu ii i I tial campaign It is broad enough for J uy in o Miiiiiu fciniy nr worn ciuiiiw jjrwn c una Mini us iuuuiiu the East the Went tho North and the hiiI f r cirtiilur South and strong enough to bold up all llXjC I lUmi l lUU vt lairitilliMi runatjf imtliii KnItliV tio rights of all the peoplo Long live HM kii lip iiiiii UvortruUmil VOi Kiy rviiioinj to inlif iniiiri wnnapr nr MHiuninry Cleveland and tarifl reform r ii mil 1 Lexington i lul ruoii Mlllllnil thnn i nn liilrii I ii iiiiinirifi iioi uu ay iuuii ikih Obsorver i xiniiii liall tii nj Jon n jIjim HIDVnr 5EIT3 for rniloMIHVSTfP li II Mill poMiiwiiy rillnniMlu iliriuivta I 111 Marcums Mash i tiuiiilt iIIwiim4 Hltlluiit nnillrliH Intli III tho H I liacK IumJ or Washington Dec 0 The charges KintrnliUUillv llmlM jicrvoui iHlilllty luniluiKO IV rliuioiiutliiprilviUHninirnlKlu Tom aolatlv ix iIImajicii of tliu klilnoyn torililllvrwni- N against Marcuin have been Iral Iliiliviuit nnpoclry Imnrt dliiim iljPfV ci1known to The Times correspondent for eln liuliitollon hcrnlH or ruptuiv tnr ot f aullulitin fi v filer of llilt villi Mnimrtlci In V three weeks but as ho is a Kentuckiau 1 lr fio hvnA lacimiiti of wfll unJ ulio of llllHI A worn ticna for clrriiinr rHd not make them public They have nuppoRT r now come in from tlio far Wesa on a Vli UriC lib AooniNAi Mihiitui kn5 for LuIiujcxlimoion wuii g lvi m iiiinnfion nvrvoii ii rn breeze as it were Nobody who is ae llirr it iho Iirml I Pln or ltli itlriuonur tin-fiilliint Ulilnvn wnmti If fiourrotii fMllniiio Imtk nuainted with Marcum doubts the truthIvucvrrliiiiaoliiviili Inftiiiiiiiiitlimiif Ihr vromh uii li fulness of the allegations Hfs appoint Â¬ iiKloiilnl Ik Ii iitiil aivnlroOlnKi HKih iit r lilinTi nc Miiiiior in tllllltlllf Hllll ciirn of nil ment was ono of tho worst ever made OKITV u tlirrr cotupi ilitn Tlioy tlimlUrnar tiwriful run 1rliu ollllf tlirarnl ol Kentucky and it was a surprise Hallo lfiirvv 0 ft for II I11 lll kfnl when ho many good men ha vo been made I COU nnJ oxiuiilnntloii Mtownl or by null on h rocrint r iirlic in orucruwr kvna naajuro t to stand back The appointment was L waJtlniid fo of alior leceived by the especial efforts of Senator OR CORSETS JACKCTS niwl YlHUtaUIIU for in Deck because Marcum has a little mari Â¬ rhrvulo iluuinnllm JuiUH IiiiiiImikiiitlonuii ourr ouU immlval n mitt otlitr iMinipUlnta lirviiiliUK ilnoii time paper and some supposed influence which tnfl lul lllUif nur lxl llllrllMlv 1rkf Im iwl iiitiituir nf i liot ir MJ ouch v i iioli iu tho eastern end of tho State He wlu tiutinil lilliK l p In Mug made chief clerk Mil not vr i u iovoiiirrnii ilmuhllUaUiuv cleiir came v ry near iflir a ititrioatit il o iir illltli ultln tiy latur nl of tho Interior and had this lioon done in Uluiluf AliitlKii ci tiivitiril III nllliiiKr tV t iirur Smil j jur ilitrra for it would only have been n question of iurh rMi ifiidrmiii In Miiltiul Trr itmoiit Wlth tlioT III tlioiuniKla n ttatliiiiinUU oilt MiOu liu distime when a scandal would have to nit nr rhr JImii Im tlui uiiilfrrlutlira mul T herd ia noth Â¬ I ni vwi unr iLunuiiU nrr iiluMinl iiriltnlhA graced tho department f III i iiniu V4I1 nuitf aim Ilii iim tiikcli of rU ii ii ing in the fellow lie is illiterate a iulrrHrl wilityltrly uml ahn- Imi iniiiii mt iiihi iiivi iniiiriviiiHiiiiiuiiiv libertine Hud when the Cabinet olllcer ftvruul uti iihwioiu of tli yor rtiTOiriln viilirtMuli MxirlivjKKrimlinn ii changed ho will probably walk tho UviirntlMotv iKvUnurtliruillJll lliuiilutilm k tltn plank and worthier man may enjoy tho m on ei i o mmmi amck c fftOQ salary Marcum sent on a lot of MnaUTtk III J liM IXllVllUrH St reint rv ruhliftli two or three months i ffrmmrnvr mwivvw v trouble The funny part of AntioliHttlng li mUCXlVIQCDC croflnrir th it U the fact that all tlio HtatoMiionts are nil 1 Hail I IdEltw thit ppfo cbtm lintt iil InJ U ia his writing In one of these whiu v niwoJfrf tpu In Chmw wjMfetHgNHiHienUawnmita with whom 4TM0M1S U twuiw k Iwu iH united stated or TSTA fW Al O Dl I KKS IN- I SL i 1lL fitat Mick Gummers Swages Emery Wheels Leather and Gum Belting Our Circular Saw staiul at tliu lnml of tin- market mi tliolr incritH in uorUmniinlilp toiijcliiiiss anil cliiHtlclty of Iciiim r mul niiilll or Mi tl AIno a full hi Mock of our oun Importation lino of French HiiikI Ni Files - - Â¬ mmyy mul will linvf our lirst iittontjou Work full v mtrrantril nritl at Kock Hnttoin lrit is ic I ir r tAll onliTN t int to JT Day Hucl irocn Ky for LARGE CIRCULAR SAWS A SPECIALTY Scml for Pnrc List with Hcst Disconni 7 Vine and 86 Water Streets CINCINNATI O now work or haw s for rcriuir will he rouiitfy forunrilfil to n jiitIW ii ilr Â¬ Vfji M1 KM 1 AT S M BRATJNS FAMOUS NEW STORE MOUNT STERLING KY j I WmmMtiL j l REQUISITES rlrfl - - - A 1 New Goods Low Prices I iUYjoons ffAWtSrr wb LADIKS FUHNISHINC l M Â¬ - eoumrci Diuvss coons lLAIX PLAID nnd STRiTKDTjmOATS nil colore IKIiKOANTLIXE OF LADIKS AND MISSKft N E W M A H K IVrs nnd C 1 00 OS Unusual iiidiieoiniMits in every iiiunt in mv iinnicnsc ostalflii hinent Atter spending rtcvpral days in the iiiar ket for incrcliaudiije at prices that touch every pocket and catch every eye I am prepared to show you goods and prices that are without precedent in this city My reputation as the leader of low prices shallhe unrivalled this coming winter as every department is filled with new goods and at prices that will aell them dt-par- i New Goods Low Prices CLOTH INO FINE SUITS OVERCOATS ENOLISH MELTONS Dl A G N A LS W O USTEDS 1 I 0A KS HOSIKUY Itmlitti 5L0VKS Â¬ I 1 I la 111 a FLANNELS nil prices and nil SHAWLS SHI UTS HLANKETS JERSEYS ETC UNDERWEAR am starting this season with over 1000 dozen of all the staple and stand ard makes of Merino Cashmers Camels Hair etc and will retail single garments for ladies men and children for lets than other and smaller dealers in this town nave to pay jooners ior same niuu- I Â¬ I and CORKSCIIEW SUITS Jlaml Made ROOTS k SHOES Of all descriptions MENS ROYS CHILDREN CASIIMEKES HATS AND CAFS OF ALL KINDS TRUNKS AND VALISES COM FAN IONS 1 ETC ETC I fiT - - New Goods Low Prices New Goods I mt Low Prices u II 1 - Â¬ H - I m V I ck COT iiin niAS F S IT M C Fiiin Hi ivinv HuiWMl RNDOK Â¬ ii a - 1 1 GENERAL - ti mk Boots Shoes igesfej AND NnhU Main Wreet 10 FALLEN Manufaituri rsaiul ELIVEH NVIuiK miK Oeulcr tiii SALE FEED STABLE HAZEL GREEN -- li KY FITTKU Fl- - A KIKSCIASS and prnvlded inym ir will ood MtiltUo uml harioNi lierm s uml itliicVI rtHptetrully Mtlitil the public patriia j r II HAYlNii - HAZEL GltEEN KY Ldllisvillo Kv Hliiokburn Host jnMuss lV tiny I bummer St s low thniUMiul urrvi of lnothn Have her mineral and fliriiititu IhimN In Wolfe Write fur Mild Hillulnliiit fiuinlUn for uU dowrlftlve lul uml term UoirOSCUtOU WMjk or montl nlll Kivlni niur miml I11 Huh vtrtlnl u luuiplit and uoM en eoiiiitUlon uml will drive Imri i to Imriiein fur nil All elmrjirH ru dnilro my non Ice iti jaif l ii iukuvtt f p ipiwwy lERALD -- TWSJ fair M - tk Ham Inrjror Ircwliitlon in the ninuiitniim ij KiiMrrn Kentucky thiui iinv paper in the Stiiic mill iiiercliiints ami others wMiin Miri tin trmli of Ktisterri Kcnturkv will 1111 it TJtK ItKHT AliVKKTItSIMi MKIHIM fHE jr N w inelt Urst tiifcrtion LTi cents un ini raih ulwijiuiit iiiMTlion I OTnuiiuiit uilvirtiscinents 1 Advertising Rotos V vvntn an h lor t year 000 iiuhu year LuicJa j niches year lLUO t inches year 2000 tJCpecial rates tin larger ailveftiiements I ten I notices 5i a line with ft per cent oil mi- long time ji SuMarriiuj anil lenth notices free tributes of respect ami obituaries 5 cent u 1 1 1 1 I ST A N 11X11 A inoli t ycnr KIITISKMKNTS 1 indu 1 yearir0 liJ Â¬ jJT Announcements of cnnditlntc for ouuty ofliccN State or Dintriet olliei s 10 calls on persou s to become euinlidalcs iiud their ansueis o cents a hue Payable inwiriulilv in mlvaiicc No name will be entered upon the Subscription Hook until paid for and all Hiibseriptions arc stopped at expiration of time paid for notice of which will on the be indicated by a cross mark margin in front of your name A prompt rueual only will insure its continuance line X SPKNCEIl roolKU GARRISON HE SELLS CHEAP JLVKDWAllE TINWARH M j jUKENsWAItK STOVES ysonic mil y tk mitk MT CUTIKllY STICK UNO ICY HEHEAXDTIIKIIB your Look out for the X trois It denotes tliat yotirtime is up ami unless renewed at once the paper w ill stop Ki il on pupir V enlilllH T Caskey of this petit jury in the Iliiled ovinllon Thomas of Dr F Sunday and Monday last M place is un the States Court at MCol professional call was up on in answer to a n long time a riirdiier for Dr Jl lesident of this place but now a citlen of rtcnehburj was in town Monday Ixst U Uev 7 M Downing will preach at the Ward school house in Morgan county ncU Saturday niifht and on Sunday morning HcvJT Iicratt was culled hiL Monday rnorning to conduct the funeral services ot a child of Jiiuiliruwuv at- UrW Oldliidds in Morgan county - on iJrassy creek near this place last Kridav evening Slie was biiriud at the Holly Wil siiii Mrs Jirucs Uilly died at her residence graveyard Saturday renovator here during the summer was rv ill at his home in reported as lyiut i orintli Ky u few ilrv since passed Sidney Dills who operated the feather George Carpenter of Whitakerville through here a few days ago en loute to Covington where be had been sum moned us a juryman in the United Status Court Â¬ Charley Howe for Trimble Ilros was in town on Monday soliciting orders for the He kept away from nt arm he represent lor fear we would draw on him tor an ad for bis new concern I tireasy Saturday at - oclock and on Sunday at 11 Me willbciu a protracted meeting on long Itranch on 1hursday before the fourth ami ilav in this inoutli - ltcv the preach JT liernttwill ISlack waterat next school house on We heard a few days ago that Capt If J Clark the urbane and clever traveling man for the Siuvers Cirsnn hardware com pany at Louisville was ill at Lexington We hope the rumor is without foundation and all who know Capt Clark will echo the wish that if sick he may speedily be restored Â¬ to his usual good health Mrs Hilda Day of this place died on Man The business of the umlcrnicncd will day evening at two oclock of membranous change in January 1SSS and It becomes pun croup and who buried on Tueudnv evening ibively necessary to wind up our nlniirs He was a bright little boy beloved by every- 11 I TII tic resitciMiiiy I body ami his burial was attended livnll the on those who oweout eminiiiiicaiiy urge up us either by note or ac people in town and many from the country count to come forward at once and mate The attendance in a body of both the choofs is expected and although the little fellow was too young to settlement It those wlio owe usdemanded to make at the hands of attend school was a touching incident of payment In view ol the contemplated the obsequies Ilevs Krb Downing Kklur change of firm wc can not run open accounts and Iicratt took part in the services at the longer hence we hope no one will be nf grave mid the Utile darling was laid to rest fronted should credit be refused In wind by loving hands to awake in the nrms of ing up our biisiuiss which has been run so Jesus who said duller little children to many years we thank those who have mt conic unto me and forbid them not for of roni7eil us and respectfully solicit n kind siicn is me Kinguom ol Heaven The moth- consideration of the new linn which will er the father the little sister and brothers attempt to carry on a business highly natis have the sympathy of the entire community factory to the public in every detail in their nllliclion and our heart bleeds lor cry Kespectlullv their sorrow but for comfort they must look J T A FDAY to Him who summoned their darling henre Hazel Green Ky Dec 1ith 1887 and ir they would again sec him so live that they may enter into that home which The stock sales at this place last Wed jod has prepared fur all who love Him nesday drew n fair crowd to town and sales Tony is there now ministered to by nngel bunds and listening to the sweet strains of were as good as could be expected while horse swap iiing seemed to be the order of seraph iiiumc the day We failed to get a report of all the sales but Auctioneer Iicratt reports the The superintendent of the dead letter following office Host office Department has prepared H I Motley to II Howard 1 uiiiletl 00 a circular letter which will be sent to all J II Amyxto same 100 00 mule paymasters directing the strict iuforecment Alex Patrick to S Havs horse 75 00 of section MK of the postal laws and regula- las Little to li 00 D Lansaw mule tions This section makes it imperative J T F Day to MclJuire fc Hose 2 upon postmasters to advertise in a newspa 180 00 mules per a manuscript list of non delivered letters Ilarvcv Owens to same mule 10 00 It also requires the charge and collection tJ F iivrd to J M Hose 1 horse U0 00 ot one cent in all eases where a letter has W Iuchnnau to same yoke been luihljxhfd whether the list has bei n 70 00 veat old steers JM 00 published iua newspaper either gratuitous- H Mvango to S Davis i mules ly or at one cent for each letter or less sum or whether the publication was merely by a Total iX 00 written list posted in some public place In all cases tin postmaster must atlix and How you may get Tin Hkkaid with cancel a one cent postage due stamp as evi- - out nioncy--Hrius den f its delivery In postolllces other Twenty pounds of pork or than those of the free delivery clas the Fifteen pounds of pork sausage or postage due stamp shall not hciillixcd until Two bushels of sound Irish potatoes or the delivery of the letter This clause of Five bushels of sound turnips or the postal laws has not heretofore been Ten good chickens or It is estimated that the strictly enforced Ten pounds of good lard or postal revenues will be increased largely by One bushel of good onions ihe strict enforcement of this law Any person bringing us any of the above in the quantity named will receive the paper Through the energy of Isaac C Cole- until Jauuarvtst lSs for half the quantiI man carpenter Mount mason Isbman ty we will send it half the time Wilson painter the two new buildings at OukLiwii Hellcat erected since the tire The Ky it S A railroad was last Mon sixty das ago will be ready Jitr reception of day formally transferred to C I Huntingpatients this week While these buildings ton it Co late purchasers and will hereaftgive mure room t the imw crowded condi- er he operated by the Newport News iitul tion to that institution all applications for Mississippi Valley Co All the old officers new admissions will be declined until the retiie except Capt Ietrv who will continue new lire proof building is completed Ior as conductor We regret that Mr Harper this information nc me indebted to Dr feo ami Mr Kelly are out out presume they C Mcluriuiid whosavs that in one ctir will soon have employment equally iib lufrom now the great die that took place in crative and pleasant September will be simply a matter of histo Inurual ry Jacksonville III WoCunrnntoo D ieo Mclarland icfercd to in the DiniMATIXK to do all that is claimed for above is a brothci-iii-laof Mrs Cooper on this page ami axxiMnut superintendent of Oak Lawn it Head advertisement Thompson Co CiiitKs Hetreat which was burned a short time ago an account of w hicjiwc published at the HVlUMHASti time The iustitutioTTTs the largest private insane asylum in the country and we con- Special Correspondence gratulate the Doctor that he has so soon Spuadlino Ky Dee 12 J 1 Ixiek- recovered from the disastrous effects of the bart the itinerant preacher ol the M h lire Church South for the Flat Hock circuit for the present year preached at the New Heth Many of our readers will attend court el school house hist Sunday he had an at Mt Sterling next Monday ami many id unusually large audience which was well those who attend will doubtless purchase entertained by a lengthy and eloquent disgoods there To all such wc commend the course following linns as worthy of their patronage John M and W A Folks and Joseph L H Hiugoblelothingaml gents furnishing Williams are attending V S Court at Cov M goods S Hraun clothing dry goods ington as witnesses agiinst parties for viola AV Chiles Thompson A Co groceries ami Trimble Ilros groceiies If you will pat- ting the laws II D Spradling is visiting his family at ronize these tirius ami these only you will be doing us u favor and save money on every this place this week ami will return to purchase you make Should you go on to rrenclihurg next week Lexingtot we especially invite you to give Miss Lucy Cox of lied Hivcr passed votir patronage to LouisA ins Straus lead- through here Sunday last enroute home ing clothiers C F Hrower it Co carpels from Campion where she has been visiting and furniture and IM S Higgs dealer in lnemls notions Any of these linns are reliable Miss Alice Handy who has been very ill ami will sell you goods at close prices We with fever for sometime is convalescent can not recommend you to any others for Hey passed we do not know them Take our advice and throughW L Stamper of Vanceburgroute to here a few days since sn save money amptou where he will visit lor a short time unexpected increase in our subAll Willard Ilorton of Campion was with us scription list of between tiftv and sixty m w Sunday fel subscribers compel ns this week to send lows and Willard is one ola the best of warm welcome always receives to the new subscribers ami out half sheets Your correspondent was the guest of It Although unprepared to our exchanges for these additional tokens of esteem for M Cecil on Stillwater Suudav last accom our paper thoy nevertheless are very accept panied bv James A Nell of Slay town nod Drnt able and we hope others may hasten to imi- we enjoyed ourselves hugely tate the example Such encouragement as this prompt ns to renewed efforts for our friends and if the people will continue in the good work we will further improve the paper in the near future Â¬ -s I Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ 1 1 Tony tho littlo Hon of F N am Announcement A 7 Jt7Jc for FEW SPECIALS NOW CHEATING EXCITEMENT AT oo f Â¬ Â¬ LEXINGTON KY Main MENS UNLAUNDRIED S11IKTS reinforced front and back audi well made bent many brag 50 cent ones LAMES WHITE KNIT UNDERWEAR at 2G 30 lO GOccnta nnd Bolter nt 20 2T HG up to 150 MENS LADIES CORSETS at 20 f0 7fc to SlfiO I keen ttilPa Health Dr Wnrrcna Thompsons Glove Fitting and all popular makes of Coiveta MENS GLOVES SOCKS SUSPENDERS SILK and LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS NECK WEAR DRESS SHIRTS WORK SHIRTS KNIT JACKETS MUFFLERS -- EDWest S Streot RIGGS BIG BARGAINS IN LITTLE THINGS W y 51 fc W l MUTTONS 2 prow 288 for 5 cents LEAD PENCILS 8 conta per dozen SLATE PENCILS 25 for 6 centH WOOL YARN G Skeins for 25 cents IIordmiud llAXDKUitciiiKro 8 to Cc BEST ZEPHYR 6 and 7c per ounce Cay Two largo rootna and basement filled with goods which arc bought right nndf ate sold close OSy IiOLIDAY GOODS BOOKS TOYS c now ready on 2nd CIOSi PRICKS IN WIIOIKSALK IMUWUTMKNT PINS 1 cent a Paper CARPET TACKS 4 papers for f cent floora Â¬ t 1 JT 5 1 I- HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY F DAY M WhoiesaBe and Retail Largest Stock Lowest Prices 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 utf ng Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Young Wife Said to her Husband of My iletir 1 dreamed hist night that vmi were an Angel What is that a sign Â¬ Â¬ A foul stomach was his unpoetic answer People who have no such pleasant night visions and awake feeling as though they had had no rest nerves all unstrung wondering What on earth Irf the unit ter with me would better take some simple treatment in TIME Poraoua will neglect themselves and put oil treatment until their health is gone What would you think of the authorities of n great city with its miles of sewerage to take away the filthy accumulations of streets and alleys allowing tho sewerage to choke up and spread contagion autl poisonous giines from decaying matter to blight that citv bv disease Yet your course is just as UNWISE Tho human body is well provided with all that in ueeis wiry to carryingolf the unclean and you alow it accumulate and decompose bringing all nlniiner of illi- - to tho llesh An old Chinese proverb is Keep your feet warm your bead cool nnd your Make a memorandum or this and try it and if you dont keep well bowels open there is no truth in the world Will do the business for von LITTLE LIVER PILLS CALVERTS Sold and guaranteed bv J 1 V DAY lliind irci n Kv IlKKATT A IlltO Ki l Kv J N VAltMIK Cainplon Ky Anil nil Inn nil Stores iii Kaitcrn Kentucky T M Â¬ CHAPPED HANDS AND FACE Outs BurnsTRADE Sores Frost Bite - 4 MARK -- - i Â¬ USE OOUO 00 00 00 00 00 DEiMATNE NO Â¬ Â¬ mPTHERIAKIN Sold by all CHILES THOMPSON CO DISEASES Merchants at 25c a Bottle cents 0740 S K Ford t welknowu commercial tourist was last wi ek married to Miss Nona Jones of Hath eonny The bride hail been biting in MUsnuri and upon her return to this State King met her at Louisville and going over to Telle rsonville Ind soon succeeded in having the knot tied which united him to one of Kentuckys fairest lowers R C Gatowood and Henry Mansfield of Montgomery county passed tliroiiuh here ou Monday last on thcjiiiiit of a stolen bay mare sex en jears old right forefoot and both hind feet white and carries a high tail She is the property of when traveling Joshua Owiugs and lie oilers a regard of H60 for horse and thief Sec xinnll bills printed at this oftuv lor jiartieulars w Sterling people who adveitise in this jiiper Kit hart will be 13 increase trade He adds in youreity about Thursday yesterday with L4 the largest Hue of samples we have ever sent out Had to take a light wagon this lo Another indication that advertistrip Â¬ Huxi Co writing from Mt Sterling says ncss is booming w ith us Dont know- w hose Now fault it is Maybe Im Hkuaids youre shoiitiu Hose thats it AH Mt - L T Chiles of Chiles Thompson Cheap Goqdsi LOOK AT TIIKSK Jfefflf your storekeeper will not order it send to us miu1 we will forward by mail Mt Sterling Ky IHK LS Ilis KxtraC ing pays when placed in TllK HkuaiIi r p Jeorce Fpeucor a native of this county writes us from Pullman Whitman county Washington Territory for a copy of Till will llKltvio and kindly adds that he promise to write letters describing that county which will be ol great advantage to Maybe so leorge but for fear our us people would all want to go out there we brother-in-laof Mra Prof Walker will hold up aw bile before accepting your Win Lusk of this place who was a visitor Wo want about 10000 more a proposition here during thesuuunerisnow principal of people to come into Wolfe county and have high school at Albany Oiegon lie left spare here with that place in view but had no none i and in prospect of a school at the time Our space is entirely too limited to pub securing the situation was certainly very town in which be is located lish the Presidents uicagcbut we elsewhere fortunate The ii in the Willianiaateu Valley near the Cali give the opinion of it as expressed by the leading papers of the country Our local toria line Democrats are divided in their opinion as to the wisdom of the document and the The people of Cnmptoii have secured results of tree trade As to ouropiuiou we the services of M C Marion of Virginia to are for anything that will result to the begin n select school at that place on the greatest good to the greatest number be urst Monday in January Mr Marion is a that free trade or protection joiing man of good morals ami steady busi ness habits and is competent to teach a John Spohn ti member of the town good school He ought to and doubtless Head hU council and one of the leading business men will reeeivf a liberal patronage advertisement which appears elswhere in of Winchester has been here for sometime bird hunting and bus been quite Hiieeeslul this paper He is delighted with this country and says formerly of this it is a shame that we have not better faciliGJeomu MeClain Wo hope Mr Spohn jduce h now leaching school at Harden ties for transportation some ofihu enterpris Cowley county Kansas and says his pros will be able to induce to come up hero and ticcts urn better ilimi uhun iii Kentucky ing citUuus of In place and nays he has more experience for which iuestlgate our resource I he hu ilcarlv puid he writes llitl Foil Saik Two dwelling homw nutl would not udvuu other young men h come tothUcounryfor they iufght tinthu willing lots In lliuel tJreeu delrabl location and tojhuro the distil vantages that naturally run hoiikcs new Alo one livery nUldn and with Iho ndvantag and then 1 Mould be lot Term ruojonuble Call on or addre 11 F IlKKATT Illume Yuh uiuv tell them that I havvi Wiat Liberty Ky W c found u field of foul Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lbs C Kuirur lbs Yellow Siiur Monarch Flour 100 lbs Anchor Flour 100 lbs 1 Suar 100 J OH TRIMBLE BROTHERS 100 2M 217 J7A Salt I barrel w 1 a ta 1 - - Wholesale Grocers MT STERLING KY 3 Ovstcrs f Tomatoes f a do J -- - 170 105 lb - 100 L do Mb r0 0 lallons Coal Oil iooil llice per pound 7oc 7Ac Other Groceries in Prcportion MY STOCK OF MENS AVD I SUITS Respectfully Invite the Mountain Merchants to Examine their Stock and Prices before purchasing k Vtj OVERCOATS COMlLKTK can ell you as nice n suit as you can gut in Ml Sterling at much lescot to you 1 keep on band DUY OOODS NOTIONS SIIOKS HATS CAHS Ac In HOOTS fact everything that U kept in a country store Call mid ee me and FEES AND I am lkvw El cti lS CLEAN GOODS f j IUUNG YOU 11 rilODUCH price Tor which I Merchandise is now complete uousisting of Jry Goods No linns Ladies and Gents Booth and Shoes Hats and Cuds Quetmswarc Hardware Groceries Dimgs JSaddleryv ami tk variety of articles too numerous ami too tedious to mention- - receiving New Goods and my stock of Senornl will pay the hlfiluU iiiurkct WR TABOR ItOTUWKM KY I propose to soil thorn Choapar for Spot Oath than evor before known1 in this market rCull on me mul you can Save Big Monty 1IK divide protlta with you t GB SW ANGCK U r jj J - - - - g WvJWT i r HEALTH ro or rebellion of tho liver You ncod a physician moro than you do a clergyman It is not sin thntblotsoutyour hopo of Heaven but bile It not only vol lows your eyoball nnd furs your tongue und makes jour head ache but swoops upon your soul in dejections and foro bodings Tho dovll Is ufter you Ho hns failed to despoil your character and ho doos tho next best thing for him ho ruffles your puaco of mind When ho says that you aro not a forgivon soul when ho says that 3ou uro not right with God when he Bays that ou wilt ucvor got to Heaven ho lies You aro just as sure of Hoavou as though jou were there already But Satan ilnding that ho can not keep you out of the promised laud of Canaan has determined that tho spies shall not bring you any of tho Eschol grapes be fore tin ml and that you shall hnvo nothing but prickly pear and crab apple You aro just us good now under the cloud an you were when jou woro nccuHtomcd to rise in tho morning at flvo oclock to pray and slug HalleluMy friend llov Dr jah tis deno Joseph II Jones of Philadelphia a translated spirit now wrote a book entitled Man Moral and Phvsicul in which ho Bhows how different the sumo tonus may appear to different people He lays After tho great buttle on the Mincio iu 1859 between the French and Sardinians on oncsido and the Austriaus on tho other so disastrous to tho latter tho defeated nrmj retreated followed by the victors A description of tho march of oaeh army Is given by two correspondents of the Loudon Timet ono of whom traveled with tho successful boat tho other with tho defeat- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- l trio disorder It Should bo Enjoyod in a Physical and Spiritual Sonso Karly Tminlnc b llnth Directions the Int jr or rrrnlA Srrmou by Jtev T Witt TaJmage D I Tho subjoct or Dr Tho Talraagos discourse to day was Gospel of Health and his text from Prov- Â¬ erb vlL 23 Till a dart strilco through bis Ho said lirer Thore it a fashion in aermonica A co m partlvcly small part of the Biblo is cullod on for texts Most of tho passages of Scripture vrhon announcod at tho oponing of sermons immodiatoly divide themselves into old discussions that wo huvo heard from boyhood and the effect on us is soporific The auditor gucssos at tho start just what tho preuchor will say There arc very important chapters nnd verses that hnvo novor bcou preached from Much of my lifetime I am devoted to unlocking thesa gold uhosts and blast Â¬ ing 0en theso quurrios Wo talk about tho heart and prcuch about the heart and sing about tho heart but if you rofor to the pbyirical orgun that wo call tho heart it has not half o much to do with spiritual health or disease moral exaltation or spiritual depression us the organ to tho consideration of which Solomon calls us in tho text whoa ho described sin progress ing till a dart strilco through his liver Solomons anatnmlcnl and physiological discoveries wore so very grout that ho was nearly throo thousand years nhoad of tho scientists of his day lie more than ono thousand years boforo Christ Boomed to know about tho circulation of tho blood which Harvey discovered sixteen hundred and nineteen venrs after Christ for whon Solomon in Ecclosiastes describing tho human body speaks of tho pitchor at the fountain ho evidontly means from lending the cnnas tlirco Hint the tho receive heart blood like pitchers When he spunks in Ec cesiuMcs of tlio silver cord of life ho evidently m ans the spinal marrow about whhh ii mi dav UrsMnyonud Carpenter and Dnlton and Flint and Brown Sequnrd have experimented And Solomon re conic in tho Bibo thousands of years bolero MMMitistn discovered it that in his tuiiH Sim spinal curd relaxed in old age proline ng the tivmors of hauil and head 40r t ie stiver corl bj loosel In the text ho reveals the fact thnt ho bed studied that largest gland of the hu man system tho liver not by tho electric light f thu modern dissecting room but by Ihe dim light of a comparatively dark ngound yot IrndscOn it- important function in a God huiljl castle oT tho Iiumuii body its selecting nnd secreting power its curi ous cells its elongated br inching tubes n Divine workmanship In central and right nnd left labs and thu hepatic artery through which Cod the conducts Oh this vital organ is crimson tides liko tho eyo of Cod In that it never Solomon know of it and hnil no sleep ticed either in vivisection or post mortom what uwful attacks sin and dissipation make uion it until with thu lint of Ald it hds thu body and soul sepe mighty ratcuiid the ono it commands to tho gr sve and tho other it sends to judgment u javelin of retribution not glancing otT or making a slight wound hut piercing it from ddo to mdo till tho dart strikes through Uio liver Galen nnd Hlppocrntos ascribe to tho liver the nnst of the worlds moral depression and tho word melancholy means bnck bilo 1 preah to you this morning the Cospcl of health In taking diagnosis of the dis- Â¬ eases of tho soul you must also take the disgnoata of the diseases of the body As if to rocognfro this one whole book of the New Testament was written bv n physician Luke wan n doctor and ho discourses much of physical effects and ho tells of tho good Samaritans medication of the Wounds by pouring in oil and wine and recognizes hunger as a hindcraucoto honr iug tho CosHl so that the live thousand tvorn red ami records the sparse diet of tho prodigal mviiy from homo and the ox I nguishod eyesight of the beggar by the wayside and lets us know of the honi i rrhnge of tho wounds of tho dying Christ ud tho miraculous post mortem resuscita tion And any estimate nl tho spiritual rendition that does not includo also an tslimutc of tho physical condition is iu When the door keeper of ivmplete tTongress fell dead from excessive joy becanso llurgoyno hnd surrendered at Saratoga and Pnlllp tho Fifth of Spnin dropped dead at thu news of his countrys defeat in battle and Cardinal Wolsoy expired as a result of Honry tho Eighths nuathoina it was demonstrated thnt tho body and soul are Slumoso twins nnd whon you thrill tho oue with joy or sorrow 3011 thrill tho othor Wo might us woll recog nize tho tremendous fact that thoro are two mighty fortresses in tho human body the heart and tho liver tho heart tho fortress of all tho graces tho liver tho fortress of all tho furies You may havo the head filled with all tho intellectuali- Â¬ ties and tho ear with all musical appro elation and tho mouth with alt eloquence and tho hnud vvith all Industries and tho heart with ull gohorositles and 3etadart strike through tho liver First let Chtiinn people avoid tho mis take that thoy are all wrong with Cod bo cause they suffer from depression of spirits Man a consecrated man has found his spiritual sky befogged and his hope of Hoavou blotted out ami himself plunged chin deep In the Slough of My heart is not Despond und has said right with Cod an 1 think I must havo mitdo it mistake mid instead of being fc child u light 1 am a child of darkness No oho cm feel us gloomy iu 1 fool ud bo u BnooKLTS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ed n M m M I i fj Ml m IV I- - 11 l t to - 3 U t j Tho differenco in views and statements of tho snmo place scenes and events in romnrkablo Tho former aro suid to bo marching through a beautiful and luxuriant country during tho dny and at night encamping where thoy uro supplied with nn abundance of tho best provisions and all sorts of rural dainties Thoro is nothing of war about the proceeding except its stimulus ami exltenient On the sido of the poor Austriaus it is just tho roverse In his letter of the same date describing the same places nnd march over tho same road the writer can scarce ly find words to sol forth the suffering impatience and disgust existing nrnmd him What was pleasant to the former was intolerable to the latter What made all this difference asked tho journalist Ono condition onlv The French are vie torious the Austriaus have been defeated The contrast may convoy a distinctive idea of tho extent to which moral impressions affect tho efficiency of the soldier So my dear brother the road you aie traveling is the same you lrivo been trav eling a long while but the difference In your physical conditions makes it look different and tlierefor the two reports vou have given of yourself are ns widely different as tho reports in the Lomltm Timn from two correspondents Kdwnnl Pavson some times so far up on th mount that it seemed as if the centripetal forc of earth could no longer hold him some times through a physical disorder was so far down that It seemed as if the nether world would clutch him ilorious William Cow per was ns good us good coud be and will bo loved iu th Christian Church as long as it sings his hvinu Ixgiiiuitg Thor s Is a fountain tilled with blood and his hymn beginning Oh for a closer wnlk with Cod ami his hymn beginning Whnt various hidruncos we meet and bin hymn beginning Cod moves la mys terious way Yet so was he overcome of melancholy or black bile that it was onlv through the mistake of tli- cib drverwho took him to a wrong place instead of the river bank thnt he did not commit suicide Spiritual condition so mightily affected by tho physical state what a great opportuni ty this gives for th Cnristian physician for he can feel at tho name tiino both tho pulsa of tho body ami the pulse of the soul and ho can administer to both at once and if medicine is reeded he can givo that ami if spiritual cotiusol is needed ho can give that an earthly and a divine prescription at tie sune time and call on not only the u iotlfcary of earth but tho pharmacy uf lie iven Ah that Is the kind of docto I want at my hedsido when I get sick one that can not only count out the right number of drops but one who can also pray That is the kind of doctor I have had in my house when sick ness or denth came I do not want any of your profligate or atheistic doctors around my loved ones when the balances of life arc trembling A doctor who hns gouo through the medical coilegeand in dissecting-room has traversed the wonders of tho human mechanism and found no Col iu any of tho labyrinths is n foolnudcau not doctor me or mine Hut oh tho Christian doctoral What a comfort 1103 hnvo been iu many of our households Anil the ought to hnvo a warm place in our pravers ns woll as praise on our tongues Dear My fathers doctor my old Dr Sktllmun mothers doctor iu tho village lnme He curried all tho confidences of all the families for ten miles around Wo all foil bet ter as soon us we saw him enter the house Ills fuco pronounced a boatitudo before he said a word lie welcomed all of us children into life mid ho closed tho old pooplos eyes when 1I103 entered tho Inst slumber 1 think I know what Christ said to him whon the old doctor got through his work I think ho was greeted with the words Coino in doctor 1 was sick and ye visited mol I bless Cod that tho number of Christian physicians is multiplying ami soma of tho students of the medical colleges ate hero to day and I hall 3011 and 1 bless you and I ordain 3011 to tho tender beautiful hoaveu descutided work of a Christian and when you take your physician diploma from the Long lshud Medical College to look after the perishable boJy bo sure also to gel a diploma from the skies to look after tho Imperishable soul Lot all Christian phvstciuus untie with the inlnUteis of the Cospcl in pvrsitmling good Ckraltai people that it is not because Cod U against Aml ho has gouo to his miuUter for cou MUtlea Htid ho hun collttetol Flavor them that they sometlnioi fwl d prossod lwks and Cecil IwoVu mid Maxtors but Ihhmunv of their dUeacd body beeUv ttwl rwol and road mid tend and hiippoo David the pm luiUl wiu no M4ral and prayeil wwd prayed and wept iikmO piotm when h oaltcd 011 every h4 j4 twd wpt MHil groaned ami thing human and uukoUj animate ami km4 crwisod My brother your liiMiiiHinto and from snow links to huirl rum tWtbU U mH wHl lb It U ifub- - owHst to iumUj Uod VUuu slnm ho uLl Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5 11 Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I J Â¬ object at this point is not only to omoliato tho criticisms of the well against thoso in poor ltoalth but to show Christian peoplo who are atrahilnrious what is tho matter with them Do not chnrgo against the heart the crimes of another portion of your organism Do not conclude that be canso tho path of Heaven is not arbored with as fine a foliage or tho banks bcntiti fully snowed under with exquisite chrys anthomums as once thnt thoreforeyon aro on tho wrong road The road wili bring 3 ou out at the same gate whether yon walk with the stride of nn athlete or com up on crutches Thousands of Christians morbid about their experiences and morbid about their business and morbid about the present and morbid about the future need tho sermon I am now preaching Another practical use nf this subect is for the young Th theory is abroad that they must tlrst sow their wild oats and afterward Michigan wheat Lot me break the delusion Wild oats aro generally sown in the liver and they can never be pullvl up They so preoccupy that organ that t hero is no room fur the implanta tion of a righteous crop You sou aged men about us at eighty erect agile splendid grand old mvi How much wild oats did thev sow bo noon eighteen years and thirtj f None nlwdutoly none Cod doe- not very often honor with old age those who have iu carry hfs Micri fleed swine on the altar of the bodilj temple UemenibM O young man thrt while iu nftor lue ami after years of dissipation you may perhaps have your heart changed religion does not change the liver Trembling and staggering along these sttcets to day aro m mi nl bent and decayed and prematurely old tor the reason that they are paving for Hens they put upon their physical estate before thy were thirty iivearly dissipation th put on their body a llrst mortgage and a sec utd mortgage and a third mortgage to the d vil nnd these mortgages iiri now being foechwed and all that remain oT their earthly estate tho undertaker will soon put out of sight Many years npo i fulllil ment of my text a durt struck through their liver ami it is there yet God forgives hut outraged physical law nover never never That has a Sinai but no Cnlvory Solomon m my text knew what he was talking about He had in eariy life been profligulc and ho rises up 011 his throne of worhlly splendor to shriek out it warning to all the centuries David bad 111 early life but good later life cries out iu an agonv of earnestness llemcmbcr not the sins of my youth Stephen A Douglas gave ho name of squatter sovereignty tn tho so who went out West nnd took possession of lauds nnd held them by right of preoccupation Let a Hock of sins sHtle on your ho irt before you get to twenty live years of age and they will in all probability keop possession bv nn iufeiial squatter roveroignty promise to pav at the bank jsJ six monthI from date says the promissory not promise to ay my life thirty ears from datJ at tho bank of the grave says every infraction of the laws of our physical being Will a mans bolv never comWhat pletely recover from earls dissipation in tills world Never How about tho world to come Pcrhapn Cod will Six it up in the resurrection body so thnt it will not have to go limping through to nil eternity but get the liver thoroughly damaged ami it will slay damaged Physicians call it can cer of the liver or hardening of tho liver or cirrhosis of the liver or iutlnmmitiou of tho liver or fatt3 degeuer ition of the liver but Solomon puts nil theso Jiangs Till tho dart into 0110 figure ami says strike through his liver Hesiod seemed to have some hint of this jvhen he represented Promotions for his crimes fastened to a pillar and an eagle feuding on his liver which was renewed again each night so that the devouring went on until finally Hercules slow the eagle and rescued Prometheus A d a dis Â¬ sipated early life assures a ferocity pock- Â¬ ing away and clawing away at tho liver year iu and 3ear out and death is theonU Hercules who can break tho power of its beak or unclench its claw So also Virgil and Homer wrote fables about vultures preying upon the liver but there nre those herets day with whom It is 110 fable but a Â¬ Ottt of tho depths of hell havo I cried an Uons and whon all these combined forces toihce O L nl or Ihut Jeremiah was ure mussed against him and no Grouchy uny botty when ho wrote his prophecy comes to help htm and Blticuur has como to help his foes what but immortal defeat than whon ho wrrto his Lanintations or that Job was unv bettor whon ho said can await himf Oh inv yotiig brother do not tnnko the I know thnt my Redeemer livoth than whon covered ull over with tho pustules of mistake that thousands all around you are elephantiasis hn sat in tho ashes scratch- making in opening tho batllo nguinst sin ing tho scabs ofl with a broken plcco of too late for this world ton lute and for tho pottery or that Aloxnndcr Crudon the world to como too late What brinjrt Unit concord ist was any better man when ho express train from St Diuis into J rsoy compiled tho book that has helped ten City three hours lutef They lost llttson thousand students of tho Hiblo than when minutes early on the route nnd that af under tho power of physical disorder ho fected thom all tho wuy and thoy had to was handcuffed and straight walstcoatod bo switched off bore and switched off there and detained horo and dotuinod iu Iethnal Green Insane Asj lum Oh sn s some Christian man no ono there and thu man who loses timo and ought to allow phjslcal dlsordor todepress strength iu the earlier part of the jotirnoy his soul Ho ought to livo so nenr to God of life will suffer for It all tho way through ns to bo always in tho sunshine Yes the llrst twenty years of lifo damugiugtlits that is good ndrico but I warrant that following fifty 2ars Some years ug scientific leeturor went 3ou the man who gives the advice have a sound liver Thank God every day for through the com try exhibiting on a grct healthful hepatic condition for just ns cuuvus different arts of tho human body certainly ns ou loso it vou will some when healthy and diirronl parts whon times like David nnd liko Jcroininh and diseased Wnat tho world wants now is liko Cowper and like Alexander Cruden some eloquent scientist to go through tho nnd like ton thousand other inviMds bo country tdiowing to nir 3oiiug Pop 5 011 Having a drill msr h fu the iniv org n bluzing cinvis the dtunkar s liver tho with which now you pa n toccata My idii s liver iuu ibjitiues live tho gamÂ¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ nl lib LATE NEWS ITEMS Fx Enipress Fugenlc is lying criticalyiij A itialnHfliim iii iKiuiiur innntoe ail t nt Pnsf 11 Conei nl TTnnH thnt ho Is convinced that tho government1 will establish u system of postal tolegraptj1 wu uiui reu uurs Mrs Far tho medium has sued tho ph 11 J Ushers of tho Boston Itecurd nges for alleged libel in publishing what purported to bo un ciposo of ilrs Fays The Whitcctps or nclf stylcd regulators have made their nppaaruuco near Craw fordvillo liul As yet thoy bare con lined themselves 10 writing wariin rd posting run ble notices There promises to The President has rentnvisd W H Blaclr agent of the Sue and Fox naan Iowa for incompetency 1 1 Scc-eta-Â¬ forfXOdiim mo nous tl FairchtlA has appointed S B Porr3 to bo dt burwlng dork at tho New York sub treasury iu pltee of II II Jackson who absconded recrctnry Whitncv observed his nntiunl custom of rresentingii turkev to ouch cer andemplo3e of the Navy Dupurtmcnt on Â¬ blers liver Perhaps the spcctaclo might stop some young man before he comes to tho same catnstropho and tho dart strike through his own liver My bearer th s is the first sermon you havo heard on tho Gospel of Health and it may be the last vou may evor hoar on that subject nnd I charge you iu the name of God and Christ nnd usefulness and eternal destiny take bettor care of 30111 health When some of you die if 3our friends put on your tombstone a truthful epitaph it will read Hero lies tho vic- Â¬ Bo tim of lute suppers Or it will be hold what chiirfou silad nt midnight will Ten cigars do for u man Or it will bo day closed my earth 3 existence Or it will be Sat down 111 a cold draught and Or it will be this is the reoili Idled of thin shoes Just winter Or it will ho Went out without an overcjat ami took Thought Or it will Im this last chill I could do at seventy what I did at twenty and am hor Or it will bo Here is tho conseqtio ice sit fug a half O it will be day with wet feet This is where 1 have sicii d 1113 harvest of wild oats Or iiisteu of words the stoco- on uii v- - vnv IM cnuer win cuisci lor an eoiui I Ma HIV wilt nf on Cll OilH I 111 IS tombstone two flguresnanu ly a dart wiero euy has been cMablishcd 1 11 I 111 W J I tores owned bv Lnvett 4 ill lai hevorulnmiilii wiMe must occupants had uur a fow uiiy ago row escapes Loss fCUlXX Since tne opening of a natural gas well at Fisho s Station a small vdlngo near Plaiuiled Inch a low dnjs ago thcro has been a Milking of tho enrth ofsovcralj Inches The rural peoplo nic badly scared At the inquest of the recovered bodiea of vicMnis of tio W S Scholten dicntcr tlio 101 ever agent of the steamer tcstiticd that there were JH 0 sous on board of whota cighty nii e weie saved Goorgte Fargo daughter of thoIaoW G Fargo the millioiiaiie cxpicssinan has brought suit against tho executors of tlio state to compel them to pay hor f UCfxi which she alegcs the3 havo wrongfully withh l A little colored boy named HeekoMivIng in laltimore set his sisters clothing on lire the other dav and burned ner to death Tho bo3 was three and t lie girl four years of age Funeral services of the simplcsts ehiv- acter were held over the remains or Miss innia Lr iriis the poetess at her lato residence in Washington the otier duj ItubLis Mendes and Neito ofllcirted Im first shipment of stoes from Heading Pa to Germain was niado the other j daThe stoves will bo forwarded from 1 Two blocks Tliunks ik inj 01 jf iir I 5i 5 Â¬ iUM Utld a llVOf ii lilUf - CAHZ OF PIAN03 IIiiit to Keep Vi illicit Iiistriiinents In liiiml uiiilhiiin 1 Â¬ Â¬ 11 111 1 - Is to remain in good oidetor 111 uy 3eurs good care h iusiniiaent should liieni be taken ot it be o cs d when nor In use iu order to pre eiu t10 colujiiou of ds- pins etc on tie Bound boarL However it must nor bo left ulostvl for a p ro of several months an longer bit bo opened ocjusionalls and the dayignt allowed tontrke tho keys or cist toe for3 111113 m1 yeilow Any iianl sub tiine no iimtcr bowsmall dropped inside ho piano will causj a rattling j irring no se It is iu every oari des rablo mat an udia rubber or clouh covrr should pro5ot the iiistriiiieat from htuisej or scratches Tho ilano shoud not be phi ed in a damp room or left open in a draught of cod air Dampness is its most dangerous 01101113 causing the stiings ami timing pipns to rust tho eoth used 111 the construction of tho keys nnd notion to swell wher jbv tho mechanism will move shiggistiH or of en stick altogether This oeeuis ebb fly in the sain iner senron and tho lest piuuo made of mortt thoroughly seasoned ma erial ito affected by dainjiness the absoip ilon being rapid Kxtremo luat is hcaroe y less iijnnoiiTho dnno shoud not bo ilaced very near to an open tire or a heated xtovo nor over o- close to the Let air fur niciH 11 w iu general use Moths are very uesiruecvo to inn e 0111 ml relt ius iI in a 11110 and 11113 he kept out of it bv placing n lump of camphor wrapp d va soft pupjr in tho inside corner car beng taken to re Â¬ new it from t i to tim Many persons axe unaware of the great importance of having thlr piuno kept in order ami only tuned by a competent tuner A now piauo should be tuned at least once every three or tour months during the lirat 3eur and as It is evidtMit that if the pi ino - 1 I VhIhi mI mi lit Priiwis iuvn Ind he other din- - at the depth of KH feet The blne fiom the gas was t wen y feet high Four veins of coal were passed thiough There is greu cxcttctueiit there in ctmsfiiueiiiw Senator John Mncdoiinld has given 4f Wl fur the establishment of a now hnspiml 111 Ti route Out on coediliou that the lund he iiificuscd toSliOJJ b3subscriilion and in and that the hospital stiall lo managed by a lonimittee of representative stl-nc- - ecd Â¬ u letter to tho Walt Wnitman thanking the latter lor having presented the Luureut Wih his holograph ami expressing tin wish thnt Conciuthng he could see tho original Tennyson hopes that Whitman may llonrish for many a oar to come W W Yiiiing alia Thomas Bates was arrested at Toronto Ont a few days ago charged with forging a eaoci for ilM in Detroit He kept a restaurant in that city and diew 11101103 on the bank account ofun iithur man with the same name and init- Â¬ ials He had opened a confectionery store 011 Queen street Toronto ami appeared to citizens loot Lord Tennyson has writen bo newly named - - -- longer intervals afterward Mulvil Journal Â¬ Â¬ I Iii one of th- art galleries of Italy thro Is a curious picture by 111 eariy pain or which represents a sick man stretched on his bed iiiul his pln sleinns como to visit hliiL Th3 have examined their puticnt and nscm talued his malady to be thaMls - iliii I In Heart Is hesrt Is From Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 11 1 bit That young man smoking cigarettes and cigars ha no idea that he is get Â¬ ting for himself smoked liver That young man has no tden thai he has by early dissi pation so depleted his energies that ho will go into tho battle only half uiiiuV Na poleon lost Wutorlev lavs before it was fought Had ho utt leked the Kaglish army be ore it was rutiifuvtfd and taken it ill voiiou b dtvisiou ho might hnvo won tho day hut he wallet until ho hail only ono hundred thousand men against two hun diod thousand And hrtv i a young man Who If mi ptl alt Ins forces ugauut tae iegtuut of yimUiful temptation in tint fttmugth it mlfht dnvo thmn luok but 110 t Niwlug thom to ho roenlorced lii ths wtxila uimv of mWdU IUvJ tomuu- mokiiig Â¬ tern tie ion I My tll Prdua is preaching on the text For whom your treasure Is thre will 3our heuri bo ago The Indianapolis Knights of Labor havo also He announces where the particular deteriaiuod to renew the light for uu eight organ in question will be found and the clew Â¬ ho furnishes Ik followed up in another hour da in all brunches of labor and com mittees have been appointed to promote tho compartment of the painting by 1 group of tho sick mans friends who open his movement 111 Congress und in tho Legislature strong box and stand amax d nt discover It Is anno meed that a party of English ing tho missing member reposing among tho abundant gold pieces Tlio artist apparent- Â¬ men und women making a pilgrimage In ly considered the incident 1111 actual occur Â¬ honor or the Pojies jubilee will arrive at rence and we should err infecting unmixed Home in Januury followed b3 u Scotch nmiisemnrt nt Ills credulUv Per it is na part 3 111 Fobrtiai3 and a com pn 113 of Irish true as though 11 wero a literal fact that the pilgrims in March Tho President has appointed Gcorgo W heart amy be enticed from its rightful placo to lie among earthly treasures nnd It is no Parks of Utah to ho receiver of public less certain that If the affections nre thus moneys at Salt Lake City Utah Tom Wall severed from their vital connection spirit Â¬ of Wisconsin special agent under tho In ual debility which may well call for anxiety dian severalty law und J A Slamm Capt will follow The oasoof the invalid iu tho ulu 111 tho revenue marine service A sheriffs jury nnd commission hnvo do picture Is not so singular 10 at tlrst it might elded thai Tolni Travors sou of tho lato W hccm S ii Time It Travel- of Now York ny is mentally A Yiiuiij- - Mini Keluikril incaj ablr of taking euro of his share of I was tod tie nciiest lling about a Min Â¬ t o li b cui estate left by his father valHo is an imbecile ami par neapolis girl A certain Swedish baron of u ued at CI vXH lino Mildly iud education came to thli ulyed A guard an will be appointed Inspector llyrnes of Nnv Yoik sinsthat country and tne old M r found hluisolf obliged to olitdn unv situation to keep him Â¬ Dan Doherty who shot Graham in London self above absolute want so he eutcied the the other day is a bunt burglar Ho horved llfieeu yeaisnilio Mucsuciiusetts Stato elo hlugstoiv of Mr as clerk Woll prison during which time a woman With this young huh heating h was a nolle must hui hisautograjiii mi jIio oiuie into v iiom ho had lived In New York went t the store one day and requested it leaving London wuli iiiiet ner Lank buiglur Dh her allium It piuUrd hm gicjtv Wty criy pinhublv ft Unwed the wotiuil wheat ho w as relottHisI f Aim prison i hiiud sIih want iis autograph a complete The ftrikliiK Migar bands it Tinvlanx S tranger Suddenly the tiuth htruen him La tired upnii the uhito pckols who vuro mid no wiotolu name and beneath lerk The In Mr Vou hould have seen guarding tho place tho other dn sitoie white men loturiittl thu tiro ami a brisk her iHuo hingthMi said he and she said I dtdnt want thnt I waiiNd your tiiima bittUiniHiii in wliitihlwiMiLtyoiiVrsx I Hiiswered nnd your tiUtv IImho It aio said to hav Iwten killed totd two wllllo Vi003l theisiri the name tuul olork at Mr a la MMMI VlllldlMl AdllttlUtml tSOt tu thv wio at msttc the only Uthi I wvarluibli cuuna dl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ gent liiHnltogethrdlsnipHreL a pulpit near b3 St Aiithoii3 of Logan Kmei3 ri Wetveracd rcliuer3at Greenwich Point near Philadelphia has been Mihi to the Standard Oil Company OUM The price paid was about Senator Kuieiy one of the partners has been a bitter opponent of the Standard and was a leading advocate of the ISillingsley bll in tho Pennsylvania Legisluture last winter Ihe sale of tho works indicates that he has gvcnuptho battle In an interview ho said I havo found at last the Standard is too troug for us In his ocnt conference with President Orev3 M vemonceau declared that the devotion of M Grevy to the republic was indisputable and should ho resign he might by so doing add to the record of Ida rorvices M Grevy intimated that his refusal to resign was not fluid und nskeu M Clomcnccau lo discuss the adviabdtt3 of such a step with Mm Floquot GobLt and Vrrycinet The discussion look place and ad three mimed coincided iu M Clemen ceu s view U Grevy xlutdy announced that he would make u further appeal to other statesmen for assistance Miss Kiiiinu Luz ims a woll knovn poetess and contnLutor to tho principal maga zines died in New York city a few days Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ M Hpwvniw ii r - agwrv -- TpnTB u HHkors ltliuumiitlc f Clean straw or sawdust is bettor Tell mo 31 r Wiht asked our re-Â¬ than manure to bank the cellar wall porter of the well known art connoisseur of iho Everett New York Is Aiaerlcau urt and windows improving in character and excel icucui Very much so In sceetiiir seed corn from the stock flave only those ears that havi arttiJo Americans much natrouize foreign loosely lilting husks and slender Yes anil an they pay the best prices their private galleries coin urn gcuiH of ull stalks modern iuiiaUra Hiekory Nul Cake One eup of the Which are preferred works of the mod- stijrar one half enp butter one half crn or ancient masters f Historical scenes real eup milk two eup Hour one eup nuL andThe modern ideal lauilscapw utni decidtxl cuarao- liotytn teriia rjijmv are the inoi jxipitlur up ami two broken lhe Uut umo I wiw m 1jfLH 1 lucked up llmhjet n very strong bit of drawing which depicted CoMagn Tudding nn enp of n naidJleagid man bolstered lip iu a much sugar one egg one eup of sweet milk be euMliioued cliair hiH faco ami aurrouuU ings indicating Intense agony three lablespoonfuls of nielUd butter Ills table i3 crowded with many a phvsi one tablospoonful of baking powder ciuim phialn abuudoned bnndagce and Iteforo him a tub of two and one half eups of Hour Uako used up blistersdorlalvely Btcauitng watur send Its incenso Eat with snuee Into his face nnd tho grato tire cheerily aliout forty minutes while warm Farmer and Xanufad- - blazes iu mockery of his uuluipymcss IIib nnrse is a tyjw of dismay 1 really enjoy looking at this picture I kuow how tho old fellow feels I my Â¬ Wiillks shod I bo made quickly self was lor twelve years a victim of lniium una iMateu uiorougiuy Always mid matory rueumatisui Kvery spring anil he whites of the r just before winter perfect torture twisted mo lor two months dunag which I won often Nutter is mueh better than or three to hakim unable nicep for a week at time Never u u sugai tormented by continuous agony n and at was for shortening lard oao in walllo batter as it tends to make tune was totally blind lor a fortnight thu I in llicin heavy and tough Waffle bitter disease having settledused my eyes most hud nil the the best medical sLill ap liould bis tory thin ItitituuijuU provod scioatitic ajwcillcs vbitcd tho fumed minerul springs of America of Cnrlsbud Journal and Pans but every year tho same mad llro The American tardea says it is literally burned mo alive lofion laugh lo myself na J think what about lime that we should stop speak- Â¬ nn old bear 1 too must have been wheu ing and writing aliout iout seeking biUToring u that old fellow scorns to be their food jut as if they pn sensed in Area t you tempting faio by mukmg your enemy telligenee The multipIeftyof routs Fiwrt ofnn I old him iiol My last Oh longer fear in fertilo spots - due solely to the tussle with him was over two years ago extra stimulus thereat to freer irrowtl and all the agony of tho years of remison then than at mure sterile point Where sion settled hepo mo recovery 3iy 1 physicians of gave me no hud luith i more food of eour e there ii iu mvsclf however there Weil how did it work more growth other things being The rheumatism was in my case or In equal neariy all others caused by a disease of tho -- Oyster Soup Vour one quart of blood proUibly produced by unsuspected of itio for 1 boiling water into a skillet then one inuettviy juu in kidneys Twentyhave never bottles of had any tiiciu quart of sweet milk stir in one teacup Warners safo cure however completely puruied my blood and 1 never huve enjoyed of rolled cracker crumb sea oued such of tobust health ua uuw with pepper and salt to taste When friouds in Kuropo and AmericaHuudrcds my have on all come to a lxiil add one quart ol rccomiiurdatiuu used it lor general debilfresh oysters stir well to prevent ity malaria rlieumutism etc and 1 have never beard an unsatisfactory ropoit from scorching add a lump of good butter them Mr Wight has a crsonal ncqraintanc about the size of an e let it boil up with the best art lo crs of Huroeaiid Anor lion leinove from the lire imonce ica and Ins experience givts weighty tcsti mediately Detroit Free Press mony to the reaiarlcablo Hiwcr oi the cole ion Almost daily complaint- - are heard brited prepnratthennamedWight that Uicro You think 3Ir of seeds that did not grow and seeds is substantial art develooment iu Amer that produced something different ica 1 and 1 hnv confidence tliat fiom what was bargained for and i whencertainly do Auieiican idea is bottled tho true often happens that a large part of the upon our dcvelopuieuL will bo both rapid ycari labor and consequent income i and excellent Iot Any thing that will compel Tun aillc v liich is wt pme for tlu cnls i fruil growers and gardener whether iom v ant Xi a p desainii Ixvaiue U liiiuif l fV for home or market Jo raise their own irvelM ia ltip see Is and buv a smaller number of An Kxtiiiordiiiary Iiniiomviion famous new but worthless plants will No other term thun tho aboo would apply be for their interest til Paul Piorcc to tho woman who could sco her youthful beauty fading away without a pang of rePrist gret Many a woman becomes pieinaturely old and imggani necuise or iiiueiionai uo-THE MAN DICKENS What u pity that all such do rnniremeut not uuow that Dr Tierce a Favorite lre- How Ho lmprtMmMl Ariiiiiiliitini r urn In seriptiori will restore their organs to a llinnte I i cimI normal state and make them yomhftl and Diokons was only thirty three when beautiful onco more For tho ills to which the daughters of i2vo are pcouliurly liable I lirst saw him hciuir just two years the Prescription is a sovereign remedy I have said what he up j It is tho only medicine sold by druggists my junior under a positive guuraatoo from the manuAs I knew him facturers that it will give saMsfactiou in poared to me then will be or afterward and to the end of his days every ease on moneywrapper returned JSeo bottle he was a strikinijly manly man not guarantee but in tearing only in appearance Huoui i pig tmt mn nt lrro In th f otiKlduiod public ikii mjUuhcih The lustrous brilliancy of his eyes vwis etritts tlltlltltl s I do not think tha1 ery striking And I have ever seen it notice that thot AVoratni Denculh Your Ulbt wonderful eye which saw so much and Tho liver daily turns out a yellow liquid so keenly were appreciably though to utilized in several ways in tho system but when diverted from its proper uses a very slight degree near sighted a blood piisoa of pernicious activity eyes Very few persons even among For yellowness of the skin nausea furred of biliousness use those who knew him well were aware tongue and cthtr llostetters htitmnch Hitters and insnro of this fov Dickens never used a glas speedy riel LVo it also for constipation kidney and bladder diluents rheumutism Hut ho continually exorcised his vis- Â¬ uud dyspeLsia ion by looking at distant objects and making thorn out as well as he could The mnu who wngora not is better than without any artificial assistance It a better Jlnl iiu t lu-ii i was an instance of that force of will A Itiibn In ttin ttiiuii in him which compelled a naturally is tho source of mrch sunshine and jo somewhat delicate frame to compor brlgiiteiiiugmanya daik cloiul and light- Â¬ avy Mr ening many a tu it n load but jos ctm- itself like that of an athlete itlt Littlit lutlt rCiit of him says Iorstir somewhere Cieator wth great wisdom has distributed Dickens habits were robust but his over mo ennii vegeiaoio reinioies mr every Human health was not This is entirely true ill of reveals kind Thistomarvelous lalxra man only by long tory its secrets Of nnd searchiig labor Few men have at us far as my observation extends taiiuvl greater success than Dr Jt V the general charm of his manner Pierce nor devised for suiToruuc humanityÂ¬ despair of giving any idea to thoa a greater production Uian his -- Joldeii Medwho have not seen or known hir tho unfailing remedy for ical Discovery well as This was a charm by no means de Â¬ consumption in its earlier stage1- - ns tumors for chronic nasal catarrh scrofula pendent on his gonitis He might have and ad blood disorders been the great writer he was and yet a pious apothe- Â¬ A riuir of tho church Hot have warmed the social atmos cary Kxrhtinyt phero wherever he appeared with that summer glow which seemed to attend Tiivt Miss Jane is a nice looking girl she him His laugh was brimful of enjoy Â¬ isnt es and shed be the Iwllo of the town ment Thorn was a peculiar humor if it wasnt for one thing What s that f ou9 protest in it when recounting or She bus tho catarrh so brol it Is unploai hoaring any thing specially abiiird as tint to be near her Hhe has tried a dosen win should say Ton my soul this things and nothing helps her I am sorry thut doesnt uiukoitnny h too ridiculous This passes all for f like her butfor oao to 1k aruuud hnr ltKH disagreeahlo hounds ami bursting out afresh a Now If she had used Dr Sages Catarrh would hnvo Ihoii notliiugof tiugh the sense of the ridiculous Remedy there for it will euro catarrh every the Jilml alil overwhelmed him like a tide whleh time arrled all hoaivrs away wllh It ami Cotln not the wind beelaMfdundpr lh Hi enihmd whleh 1 well roinoiubo uioii head or roar inuurUi- yUi was Imuiidh It entered Into row roifM It be very thing he said or did As mrNprli wriMiHTr yearn Jhjimi llu lwv for many longed tlouhticrt to that aiuulng fnrtIN chM f iniMit upular urllcle in ue lv mid winllb of idea mid feeling that CMitftii uud Thnwt imublcH for rulisviutf Ill wager MiunoHs tell Uio story of fnecs bcantifled that you have not brought any thing for me by tho aid of Ucnns Sulphur Soap Toiiix rvalue whitutui nrul softens Dye Mc ihu best bad with you from Moscow Youre flilli liair and Whisker Uie lunula 1 A buunIXG shamo a lighted cheap cljrar dearest have To fnflhen vplvut hold thu wrong wrong nvtnuna eto bronght jmiu product of the country siilo over boiling water Small fruits art- rrutly beneiitod a small Infernal machine which 1 to Comploo nomcopnthlc Catarrh Ciirr Bend 91 THE GREAT EIIGLISn 11EMEDY J 1 Grfihnr M D f lbReStiincluBatl Tor IJrr llllr liKllrtlon etc Yree- from Mercury bought for you of a Nihilist You have cuatliw onlr 1iire Vnrrtlile Inirrrdlrnlii Aptn- lhv ix drutwing of wood nshos w tuhic ciia only to open it when you are alone ukittknton Mam a phdobophii Is look stall fed Tho rose is a lioiirtv feeder and Le Monde JnU Oni Amtnt Mcrtbnt cnlj- wanted Intrtrr town for miipie fhrives under annual nuuiuriuj Root tnittius of black hurries arc PAINTING A PAINI niuuh butter to propagate from than A son-in-la- w HOrttT hARMAND GAHDEN COCKLES ANTI BELIOUS - jmmi JmfwUki Amrlca a ta FILLS Anns ail tiom CO tmwktM over tfc woril u y tM ful t- VMf fiTliA r v fa htffM x i a n i ataw iiiti vv p i i DltnHory Oo HTaUJUT - ii UHlKllMMllUtMlllUiaM mm MtlMHttmtntmTft um IU I mk ik wfNy - Xcw rurinUiii ArtlKtVCttuttiH btory or a GREAMBALH llarnea mMEtA TmiacoaiU ItttovwMnaifMlM onljr ono Icdrfurrtob2d there Kreg ezt tore jer tt my nose or mnK To lr itcuATS OMr A genuine Mpernrli ru Sruokorn Sot Oto plcr la Un llntxl plui 4 case Ai11iph at onco IU W TAVSIII A Co U State Struct Ctxlcflso -- 4MIfr No 171 OR irj eaten Ltroujfu Tiro loitlet j of Ll Cream ictin i inrk A J j tiose -i td tut and CS Into fNch lU Wasir l la urn Coantr Shrrvil imb to 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JnpaxAl edited by Mn IxtM4 Kwapp Man Fmw f5 Hrwrrr If JMnTir - In IU Ota Tolitrar uriot JO pnttrn on fine tlnle1 inor wllh hndm and Me KverTthlaa- new nnd urlslunl written eiprnMly for it rolninn and roryriubteU llltmlratiriia iaNoja th 1 DO YOU WEAR PANTS IHF0RMTIOHtf8g8 Arkn eteof VIHMtM 1 iklowuanlnloatlKpuiarwritlnAericchalhatnnalelaIo f Htanoworor HALF A MILLION 0O0OC0 rMlnlTineamlrTlrera Thn Hrrrat oto cnlUon of anr newpajr or ot aur kind In he worliL Aldm a Robert J Burdette Louisa Alcott Rose Terry Cooke Kate Upson Clark Elizabeth Stuart Phelps iMAUKvorinna CURTIS PUBLISHING CO I ANic pop r Ud MlKlm anw Henl ftee AUUl UTtUt TUBk Hik mttJtl mt AMk niaf t WHEN WHIT1NU TO AUVKICTJAUtn ILJJVSH PHILADELPHIA PA late thai yu lao AdirtiaaaMBt m taat THE YOUTHS COMPANION FREE TO JAN SPECIAL OFFER A 1 utn 1888 VmtMf Check for a years subscription to the Companlen we will send the paper free oaoh week to Jan 1st ISM and ir era ere fer a full year from that date te Jan 1st I at nee this errer will inoiuue tn Sa lrjft AilveriU iiKiit Iu Iretlou Number of IhU Iimt To any Now Subscriber who will OUT OUT nnd send ua this Slip with name and P O addross and tl75 In Money Order express Money Order Registered Letter or 250 176 IM PAPER FOR i Double Holiday Numbers TRAHkasivlNX nnil For fktum 4Uiiiisulthiii httf youliK Aihlphu fH Mb wllh AMttH Coor4 rnrer ana Full pin fresOtfU irUtm They wlU PKItltY MAION CO 4JTmnlt PlaMHI to SHHMy aeMtlm rHM PMIMJ yt V n I - r mm mmmmi -- g m tT af ftfrmyTS I u 1 1 1 UI I I i If I hM f ll W W RIKOO charge of obtaining goods under false pre W VCHSELL TABOK Heine brought before Esor Hill he waived examination mid is held over in a bond of 100 for further trial And Must ti 1alil In Ailvuticr Logan Lindon mid others from a distance were here lost week making nrrungemenls to attend school here this winter BtuiiT TIMETABLE Jmnea McGuire Ktfltucky and South Atlantic Railway Branch are visiting mid family of Toms at this place Standard time 22 minutes lowr thnn Mt G Combs preached here hist Sunday D Sterling time The church lias employed him for another BKTWKEN No 1 Icavun Mt Stealing nt 7 A M nrrivci yenr at Kothwcll at 840 A M Willie Kash who bos been very low with Rotliwell Station and Hazel Green arrives nt Vo 2 leave ltothivoll at 0 A fever is improving slowly nt 10SU a m 3lL Sterling jJgorCnnnects with trains on Ky fc S A No 3 Icmt8 Mt Sterling nt 140 r M nr railroad morning and eveiiingft If you expect to make Xmui or wedding rives ntItothwell ntllSli i M p Mf arrives presents and desire anything in the jewelry Every Attention to fl Knthwcll No ilciivt at 34ft or silverware line we tliink we can make it Ladies nt Mt Sterling at f30 P M i Green 0 a mChildrenpluin interesting to buy now We tciJ p m Lv Jo 2 coniiotj at ML Sterling with 1105 A tiiibstantial goods fancy articles hac novel- well Leave Hael Rotliwell at t ar Rothand ur am aL M mill 157 v M triiino on 0 fe O railway i in uiiiiuiw6lfa for Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville ties and will sell for a very small profit as iiiii i in cii w iiuii No 3 oiMinectH ut Mt Sterling with 1105 a we can duplicate them before Xmus Cold ami careful drivers M train on COJromllir Biwt ami 131 watches and diamonds ut prices no one eau thu rMtrnin from Loiifavillc anil Cincinnati duplicate Otis W Snider Ky manufactur- Â¬ Write for 2rMoiitgbiimr county court day special ing jeweler Lexington in each prices iftaves ltothwell on the 3rd Monday arriving at Mt Sterling month at 730 A MAGOFFIN COUNTY at 9 A M Hetiiriiiug leaves Mt Sterling at 3 P M arriving at ltothwell at 430 P M Special Correspondence ijeavcN uoiuwen ior m aiuriuiK ni rm Joiinhokh Foiik Dec 8 The school OKO II IIVUlEIt Supt of L C Davis was out Snturday 3d inst A large crowd of visitors witnessed the clos ing exercises which were both interesting U and entertaining The school has been u success in every particular Mr Davis will WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING begin a two months term of n subscription tile same place in a lew dns Compiled ly County CorrcitpfiiiilniitN und school nt The health of our vicinity is good at this Oat mid CoiidfiiHfil from Our writing L C Davis was taken very sick CoittciupornrhM last Wednesday night with cholera morbus but is able to be out again TUIKATIUTT COUNTY Misses Mary and Martha May of Mnspu Special Correspondence nOly Fork of Licking were visiting their uncle Jackson Dec 12 Hmrins Purrott John P Siun r Saturday and Sunday Cut this our wedding hint week J Wise IIugiiiH the HJf A MrMf to he made J L P Sfmcrjiml energetic and facetioiiH clerk of the Hreathitt ting in a boom at the John Patrick are put- IVi Pi Y uml rt1r tn ui inu UL WH mouth of this ercck If 11 send vim frin nmit1iim if county court treated hi mini friends to to stop their thither great value and importance to ou that will uiite nn agreehle Hiirprise by Ntealing quiet Prof Ward of Virginia was in this com- Â¬ start von in business which will brine -von ly away from town not even revealing his i munity a few davs ago looking for a suitable iii more iiiiuiev rigin aay man anyinmg lintentiotiH to his trtisty and confidential else in the world location for a school Am one can do the work squire whom he left domiciled in his ofliee We now have u post office at this place and live at home Hither sex nil aces Some during his absence and repaired to King ston ICy to hueiirc a jiet from a bevy of after so long a time with John P Simer as thing new that just coins money for all workers We will start you capital not birds found in the verdant IicIiIh of the blue postmaster needed This grass On Tuesday December ith success Preaching ut Sugar Grove Saturday and tant ehiinees ofisnone of the genuine u imporho urn lifetime Those crowned his efforts lie succeoded in cap Sunday with two additions to the church ambitious und enterprising will not delay toring a larrott a bird that can talk but Isaac Williams sold to John Patrick the uraml outiit tree Address TKUi A Co not named Poll which he with feeling of other day a fine young horse for iM Augusts Maine the greatest exultation und joy hastened to R T Davis began hischoolou Cow creek bring as a trophy to his mountain home to Hheer him on his way as he gropes through Monday the 5th Inst the labyrinths of the arduous toiln evading F Khun is at work painting ISuell P duties and unceasing cares of life We Simers new house mt i inight congratulate him upon his micccs C W I Pugh has his wnter mill about vlhli him all the pleasures that his cup of joy is capable of holding and earnestly ready for business and wife have the mumps John Williams hope to sec the fulfillment of his most san guine expectation but what he is actually pretty badly enjoying so fur surpasses nil that we might Any und everything Unit can he exe Â¬ wish bono or even dream and for fear of being called sycophantic we will say noth- cuted with new tvpo tirst ehis presses and MONDAY AUGUST I5flt 1887 ing about it but silently and patiently look fine paper in the bauds of skilled mechan Jor the consummation of all that he hopes to ics imuv be had at this office at less than realize in the meantime resting nsurcd eitv prices It will pay anv man in La dern BanNcw clcjin large well that he will never hear a discordant crnak Ken ineky to get his printing at Tin II Kit from his ct experience any more trouble A ID office Send for estimates and state ventiljited buildings furnish Â¬ with his breeehe and that henceforth life cxaitly what you want to him will be what it seems ed with new improved school TAZKWKIX COUNTY VA Messrs IT II I lonore und Oliver Jackson Correspondence of Chicago and II II irnotn of Texas Special furniture ehnperoned by Hen Crawford of Louisville Ckdak IJiuiF Doc 8 U A nmlJ have been in theeountv examining our coal G Lipford of this place left for Mouth of aind timber lands Tliev could not have Pond Pike county Ky last Tuesday on a Full Corps Competent Teachers fallen Into better hands tlinn Mr Crawford business trip us he has been here and knows just what he Married At the residence of the brides Jms got on hand when he comes BgtuTuition Board and In- Â¬ father George Fleming to MNs Maggie Far Marriage licenses were issued last week encr It was a very still nffiiir no ime being for William Little and Mary Turner Thus aware of it until next day Muv peace and cidental Expenses lleasona Niece and Maria Fugate Joseph C Mullius happiness attend their pathway through life and Mary K Hays Isaac Uabbard und llelle will fall able linker We obtained the clerks fees for till in It is strange indeed how the girls but it is love with the young railroaders further information call Ihese yet wo are not happy and want to see not to be wondered at for they are so hand tthe good work go on some pleasing and obliging they ean not on or address Jonathan Childers of Wolfe county was help it visiting the family of Marion Childers and The Sunday school superintendent has Haze Grean Academy Go uuother one last week unpointed Tll John as boss singer at V V Mickel of Oravson has located our Xmus tree Rev Mrs Baldwin will furnish Hazel Ireen Wolfe eounto Ky in our town and will prcncli In the lresby the instrumental music The colleetin Jerian churches of this and Wolfe count its committer have nearly 50 A killing during the year time is expected by all Charlie San ford has bought the Williams MOIUJAN COUNTY Manuficturcis and Wholesale Dealers in store and steam saw mill on Swords creek Correspondence Special Russell county and will move down there Boys and Guabsy CurCK Doc 12 Robert shortly Jreer of this place has purchased u porare Mr Pobst and tion of the Win Prater farm oil this creek now residents of lady of JelTersoiiyilh their Indian living with of Hiram Protlit for 100 Mr Hoover the factory man nt Jesse Oldfield who has been logging for Sulphur Springs amine time cut a tree the other day which Success to Tint IltUAU and our Camp fell on hia team killing one steer and crip Dot ion friends jding two others Kl Mr Smulley dont live there now Win Havens and J S Wheeler have bought 2 turkeys which they will ship to TiiK HruAinunil the Weekly Cincin Vino Street UincinnuU hi a tew days It nati Knquirer oie Your correspondent had thu pleasure of strikes us that this isyear for only the hist combination spending a night with Uncle John Rose of yet made and if it hits von the same wav nJolv Wolfe county and would say that we nevei 200 in tnct a more clever gentleman While in send us for twelve cash and you will get both tf months that neighborhood we met n brother corre paper TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK spondent who is also a whole souled fellow OIWTUAUY Jinil a splendid writer SVV STEKLIXCS KY Williams has recently moved from Frank Died Nov 151 1887 of consumption Ibis oreck to Caney C Uiaiiam wife of X B William llnvmiti lvqr will hold court nt Mrs Hannah K nged 2t Graham of Wolfe count this place next Saturday years 10 months mid 13 davs she whs the J M IJIGSTAFF Prviidont Win Intk of Montgomery county has daughter of Mes a d Rebecca Lacy of Iteen in this county fur miiiic days visiting Morgan county wus married July 10 1S87 W W THOMSON Ciushior relatives and friends became a member of the Methodist Church age lived an exemplary and Rev II II Little preached nt the Caskcy at an earlv DIKKCTOUS Hchnol house On Jast Saturday and Sunday devoted christian to her death and died in full triumphs of u blessed immortality be a rcsprotAule audience to Andkcw Tiller With imploring solicita Jamhs Ckoun Rev W It Rugnti preached ut this place yond this world T T HiailLAXD tion to her benevolent husband and two Ik H K Duakk 11 oclock lust Sumlcy ut little children to so live in this world that mrJttlv J M Murphy closed his school on Black they when called from time would be able water last Saturday with an cxamiuutinn mid to inert her In the mansions of bliss where A WOKD entertainment that was crcditablo to him partings will be no more she endured her WITH self und his pupils utllictiouv though long mid severe with chris Â¬ James Samples of Campion is visiting in tian fortitude and resigned herself into the I will never forsake this neighborhood enro of Him who Mid While under the parental roof she Charles Cecil went to Covington n few thee days ago to survc us a grand juror in the TJ wus always obedient and dutiful to her par ents and a lavorlte In the family circle she HARNESS AND COLLARS H ComU was nn ntleet Innate and loving wife and 711 W MAIN STUKIT 707 7W Died On thu 11th lust fttt Infant child of u tender ami indulgent mother Her hus LOUISVILLK KY John Jlruwer band has lost a tender wife her children a Boon Ryrd had the misfortune to rut his kind mother her parents mid relatives a OB K TUUNKU leg very badly lust week with an axe tender tie and society n bright metnlxr llcailquiirturs Mt Storling Ky M Judge- McKiaxiu n having the county road Our lots is her eterunl gain UKITIKNTINU changed through J ii Oldtleldi farm which is a grand change am will be u grl at advan Co -tage to the iMibliit Wholesale Icncm in Goad purchased n tileo lot timber Win tt paid for of Duck and l Stamper B which he ulso Wlwelmr JVe on the bnnk WANTHD rer nu English Symlleatc IOVISVIIIK KY G15 W Main St bought lot of limber nioagh fur kovuu Urge tnuU of rafla to t ilcHvvred at till plaoe Will bot Mt Sterling eery County Court On Tun Wino Mineral Lands Timber live ut home and make mop Woblyof tlio Vlrtln money at work for m limn m Eku ryDec 12Timu piwlu d at thU UHptUt Churuh world OnUul iiMoH LAND In Kviilnoky nt hQWUST VI Iluth no stariod needidj i plM TwrmUy aIkIh IHICKS ut be Hfociklhle to HAUrotul or not nil uye you ure mho run frdi tho vuk lsro jjood HoHtlutf tiTmi Mr IWlfrwHH mul tluHahter S enrnlnw Any ftmn tlrl Muri Coil nro Uiruo Mr JVUrwan ml wuh u WMiHwi4y TmW MlT 1113 WIUHIT miltit uml tornu frue Heller mil deluj KuOtwuJI Wt m ilauhleri wmi U wt owr addre CimU you Holhlnt Jo kvnd u uh a vWt rHm VirnlHift ll do o jmh nml Kml mhi If ni wro l Hazel Gjieen Herald Subscription - SI a Year II tense- - Tabor Bingos DAILY Hack Line 20 Ml T 1 1 One I Dollar o r i 1 i Ill6 Â¬ IJ mn-n-- ill CENTS We will put on sale the best value in an 1 1 R HANKS CO WHOLESALE II Â¬ EASTERN KENT CKY GROCER di No 29 Vine Street UNLAUNDRIED SHIRT Ever offered in Lexington CINCINNATI Â¬ Â¬ 7- A White Shirt at 39 Cents We have and can show von more Overcoats than all tin clothing houses in Lexington together and at prices that will astonish you Â¬ Â¬ HAZEL GREEN Fall Terin Begun -- Â¬ Louis Gus Straus Â¬ Â¬ LEADING CLOTHIERS nrtf Lexington Ky C F BROWER CO Â¬ Fr Abe Bloch Co Â¬ PJens Youths Childrens son-in-la- Â¬ CLOTH 122 Nt 1 ffe Â¬ fill Ml Iwn x it m Cincinnati O Â¬ Â¬ ilUm i 5 1 tieseit W In anticipation of the usual demand for Harbison Â¬ SADDLERY Gathright Christmas and Holiday Goods We have recently purchased an immense line of NOVELTIES for each of our Â¬ 1 - J FIVE DEPARTMENTS--- 5 SHOW FOR THE FIRST TIME Â¬ Â¬ Timber - Lands WANTED Green Huffakr These goods we are just opening and will now Wo have added a Now Depart inent for the especial dis play of ART GOODS ineluding a handsome lino of c jBronzos Bisques Vases Figuros Busts c the thinus Im apr ipriatr tiil nMipait presents lust BOOTS AND SHOES menu M MHin M m1 0 P BROWER 6ARPETS FURNITURE OCX ART GOODS WALL PAPEfi DRAPERIES drn lk lr ii CKwtIwUw N k lUl KTT i WUml M Main and Broadway LEXINGTON KY i i P 11 mmm --f- ci-Aati