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Digital page images are linked to the text file. frv - vm -- - fMMkV aaM vwfe MfMW J3LAZEL UREEN HERALD SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Devotee to Uu Development of JCnstorn Kentucky i- - 100 0 1888 A YEAR Always In Advance VOL TSAA0 JL V III MAPEL AtTOUNHV-AT-L- j1 HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNT KY FRIDAY JANUARY NO 44 mtmmni w Avn RrAL Kstati Amarr Will practice in all tlu Courts of Wolfe I iruiiri- unii 11 l U Mill COIIIHICS TitUs examined abstracts furnished tax paid for noii residouts real estate boifht - hazel grken ky LOUIS STIX CO ALL OVER THE WORLD IN A WEEK I sirnl sdlfl Collections a specialty yonxTr kvansT HAZEL GREEN KY lit 6 WHOLESALE DEALERS IX AND- - Examiner of Depositions for Wolfo county Rcspcetfnully solicit the patronage of the publk and will attend promptly to all bus iness entrusted to Iiis cure Â¬ NO TiONS THIRD RAGS UNION STREETS w T SWANUO HAZEL GREEN KY alv STEAM fil Cincinnati TRANSYLVANIA PRINTING GOMPANY Kast Maiv St Lexington Ky Deputy County Court Clerk of Wolfe Will attend to all business entrusted to him with promptness and dispatch two children who went from Hurlington Vt to the Jongo country to take part in IHshop Taylors self RUiiorting missionary scheme have returned and are in New York Mr Waller deseiibcs the enterprise us a complete failure and thinks he wiw lucky to escape alive lie says there is no chance for missionary work as the struggle for ex istence occupies all the time of the unfortu nate members of the colony The climate breeds sickness the soil is not productive and white men can not endure the necessa- Â¬ ry labor The miviiori is not well managed Supplies arc inadequate The steamer which cost Americans so much money is lying a wreck on the banks of the river If Christians would help the heathen at home they would do more good Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J V Araller his wife and O AKER w A BACK w FIX K JACKSON KENTFCKY BOOK AND JOB liBEa 1 Attomeys-at-Laj 0 llAKRIt o ijack Rrcathitt County j Of 10 County Attorney Hoal Estate Agent and Notary public Practices in all Courts in Wolfo and Adjoining Counties and Court of Appeals yColiections a Specialty Camiton Woiki Coivtv Ky Â¬ J very Description on short notice I 11 N 1 UtA fi U LYKIINS WlDDI NO VITATIONS 1 L ETT E U EA I I X 1 S C patch TVti A TAULBTC Physician and Surgeon Blank -- Book o Manufacturers Hazel Green Wolfo County o- - Of all kinds done with neatness and dis Book Binding Â¬ following on the tarill reduction It is impossible to tell much about it The measure must originate in the House I cant tell what Randall will do The House Demo crats have as yet had no conference with the senators on the subject I dont think any thing can be determined till the Ways and Means Committee is made up for of course the men at the head of that commit tfe will have charge of the tariff measure Our committeemen Senators Kenna Hearst and Jones are ready for a conference think there will be a reduction in the tarill schedule cutting oil sixty to seventy and perhaps a hundred millions of revenue It ought to be the latter figure I think The reductions will bo on iron wool sugar lum ber and various other articles Â¬ Senator Reck expresses the 1 several Cincinnati hospitals are filled with railroads nml travelers Hie Most dbiuc typhoid fever patients trous eolliKum that ever occurred on the Cincinnati Soul hern rond took plncu oiio was hanged Mariauna Ark Fiiday for the murder of mile north of Greenwood nnd seventeen miles south of Somerset Ky Express No Win Johnson in April lisSfi 1 from Chattanooga and Express So from J no hemp Cincinnati the former runnltq sixty 2 milun at Conway S C Dec 10 tor the murder of an hour and the latter thirtyllve crashed in Wis stepmother in August last to each other Roth engines were entirely U S Gross demolished all but two cars on No 2 tnin inoonshlning in Kentucky will In time destroyed mall and express matter bnrncd cease altogether So will time and the following perrons killed outright policeman Lee With row baggage master No 1 L Cal shot and killed Abe Smock another police- Ion baggage master No 2 M 11 Powell II it O express messenger on No 2 man at Kvansville I ml Friday Ho sides the killed thirteen were wounded three The Ohio is frozen over from Pittsburg to Louisville and the rail- of whom have since died and others are ex Â¬ pected to All the train men proper escaped roads are inadequate to supply coal The causo of the catastrophe was by Conduc St tor Shrum of No 2 mistaking the word to vote prohibition in Michigan last week Summit for Somerset and ho is said defeated the saloons by 1100 majority to be insano over the discovery but tho A woman in Vatkins- - railroad company is the more to blame for ville Ga has become the mother of Iwi having two stations of similar name ho cIomo children within the last eleven months together On the Chicago and Atlantic six miles from Koutz Ind two freight trninn Wm was into spuee nt Harrisonburg Vu Friday for collided A brakeniau was killed and a car Â¬ On the N Y Pa the murder of his brother whom he made load of cattle burned O live miles from Madisonvllle Pa n drunk for that purpose freight and a passenger train together lady in Io with a crash One pussongcr cameeiiginccns two came within sixteen votes of heating the and two firemen were killed outright and most popular man in the county for the sixteen others frightfully wounded Three office of Regiiiter of Deeds engines aud eleven cars were destroyed Nearly all the beds in the Last Saturday was fatal for Albert Peters at Strickland pulled Marshal thinks I Mil Joseph Zoiglcr river Â¬ Â¬ 11 1 Joseph the tenth county living Â¬ N Finchuni swung A Saline county Â¬ A lliniiNCi J T V Day Mnei Green U KENTUCKY J L IunlnpJ IL lunlapW Harrctt o E WHITT Of WITH Elliott County DONLAP BR0S1C0 Henry Knoefel A- Co 210 W Market St Lowsviim Ky Solicits the p itronage of Eastern Kentucky lor Iilauk Hook RhiuKf Ac piKIiA Tf A IIOUSE T Punt ATT Proprietor VYA Morgan County ICy The house is new and newly furni died tnre first class and diaries throughout reasonable Sample room furnished com tnereiul men Good stable in eonneetion mil special eare taken of horses At in v store will be found a general tuck of merchandise at Iownsr IUUlN Stup at my hotel and buy goods at my store Ts If you wish to save money iVS -- warning by nearly twenty thousand AbysThe little band could not escape and dd not try It stood its ground with unbroken ranks fighting with the fierceness ani niAiiits in of despair Over four hundred were killed and afterward found lying dead in rows as SADDLERY HARDWARE if mowed dow n by a gigantic scythe Some iiml 728 eigthy saved their lives by shamming death IvV but of these there was only one who escaped LtrUepresented by HOI5 NTNNKLLY without a wound Cincinnati Enquirer SADDLERY 3IAENESS ETC V0W Jlnin 8t LOUISVILLK Wliolo ale Manufacturers of ports KiugJobn of Abyssinia at the head of a large army and marching on Massowah the Italian headquarters At this news one can not help but reeall with a shudder the terrible massacre at Dugoli last winter Five hundred troops were there attacked without - dispatch from Rome re Â¬ Miiinus The Anderson News speak Â¬ urday night during a watch meeting at the ing of the birth of triplets to the wiff of Joe colored Raptist church the floor gave way Ripey which occurred last week says it may and four persons were killed be observed that Anderson has a bigger if The late William Hilton of not better record in such matters than any Roston left 100OI0 each to his wife and county in this State or perhaps any State daughter and bequeathed i70000 to edu- This is not the first case of triplets for the cational and missionary societies county Thieo daughters of the wifo oi At Lexington John McTCon- - John Horine were horn at the same time na while repairing a pump fell fifty feet and triplets were also born in this county to down a well containing tan feet of water the wife of I rank Prow n and to a colored woman living on the farm of tho late Salu but was rescued by men close at hand Two New Jersey girls dis- - thiel Cole three children were also bom lit atisficd with the money they made teach- the same time As to twins more than a ing invested in poultry The first year dozen living pairs limy be easily enumerated most of them being in or very near their profitw were 1000 the second 000 Â¬ At Forgetown Ala on SatÂ¬ i fifl M Â¬ Â¬ away off in geography It places Farmers Station in Fayette county and locates Hon county fiour mush W PTaulbee in the Ninth instead of Tenth The Richmond Register is town Midway Upper Wonder if the above innt a moonshine advertisement of the merits of Anderwm district Exchange Bankof Kentucky KSTAIIMSjnilt IX Capital Stock siooooo SURPLUS 18il a rtOMBS HOUSE i CAMPTOX S S COMRS KY 1541428 JR P a Does a generil banking business and is traveling public is the only bank in the city that sells Foreign Thc patronage of the respectfully solicited Table the UvA and Ichaugi attention given to the collection lrninpt tiverv attention for the comfort of guests of dehtc and the patronage of the people of the mountain counties is especially soTUUULE J licited TniMKU President i Â¬ 1itorniETOU Ringgold JOKHKRS OK 7 win Co 3 LKSLIF THOMSON Cashier MI SIKPLINU ICY- - Boots and Shoes iT 9f and WKST lKAUL STUI LANGELLS AND CINCINNATI rAirr-Jx-iJv OHIO TKJT--rJ- S j nr viii 7trrHJiiifc-sB-ifc- i m 7vyy tV I nd a idea line Clocks lewIry and Watches Also a lineof fine Snec lacks and Eyc glashcs Will sell goods at He iMtv pricci and guarantee satisfaction nairimra spcclaltvand work warranted T P CAItK Kespectfullytc at Kzel Mm ian eotintv 1 have locatei mWw Ti1H l vMaint gtSjto ay fc m CATARRH PjsSsl REMEDY on - 11 keep i t WITH Sieiffi Cffisii 037 West fain Street aflly LOUISVILLE Abe Blocli Mens Youths Childrens Co Boys and Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealer In CLOTHING 122 Vino Street Cincinnati O SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIRTS Having Kt niggled LO vears between life and ilt ath with ASTHMA or PHTHISIC treated by eminent physicians and receivwas compelled durin the ing no benefit last r vears of my illness to sit on my chair dav and nitrht gasidng for breath My suf ferings were beyond description In despair I experimented on mytielf bv compouiiiuiig loots and inlialing the medicine thus obtained I fortunately discovered this W0NDKH PPL THE POU ASTHMA AND CA TAUHII warranted to relieve the most stub born ease of ASTHMA IN PIVEMINPTKS so thut the patient can lie down to rent and Please read the follow sleep comfortably ing condensed extracts from unsolicited tes timoninls all of recent date Oliver V H Holmes San lose Cnl writes I find the Kemedy all and even more than repr sentod I rceeivo instantaneous relief K M Carson A M Warren Kan writes Was treuted by eminent physicians of this country and lermany tried the climate oi different States nothing aflorded relief like your preparation L H Phelps P M Origgs Ohio writes Suflvrcd with Ahthina 10 yeaMYour modi oine in minute does more for nie than the most eminent physician did for me in three years Send II C Plimpton Joliet 111 writesCatarrh Hciuedy at once Cannot got along without it 1 find it to be the most valuable medicine I have ever tried We have many other hearty testimonials of cure or relicfnnil in order that all sufler ers from Asthma Catarrh Hay Fever and llniicuu mnv Imvn nn tmiiortlliiit V of testing tho vnluo of the Remedy wo wlff send to any address TRIAL PACKAOK vkkr fJK rfllAHGE If vour druggist fails to keep it do not permit him to soli you some worthless Imitation uy ms roproscnwuK h v ut 8eml rciiy to us be lust as Write your name nnd uuireos piainiy Address J ZIMMERMAN A Co Projx ayne Co Wholesale DruggifitB Woostcr Ohio Full sue Jiox oy man iw jutuj 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - iiii re- Â¬ he has cancer of the stomach and Stoddard cently appointed a committee to investigate Johnon says if there is anything the matter the present stnlus and condition of No with the Senators internal organization it Mans Land and to call the attention of is n tape worm whooping up things Congress to the claim of the Cherokecs to The the territory This claim is based upon the will find it about as hard to get clear of local treaty of IM8 and patents granted in ISM legislation as it has been to move the capiWhile the puri Indian clement is against tal Fverybody says yes but n majority Roomers the white men who have mar- still votes no Lexington Observer ried among the Indians and most of the Congressman Voder secured half breeds favor the opening of the terri- for Colonel Samuel R Molt of St Marys tory and allotting the lands as they foresee Ohio who served during the war as Colonel in this action a rise in the value of their of the One Hundred and Eighteenth Ohio u holdings pension of 0 per month and arrearages S Oovor- - amounting to M20 uor of Missouri died at the Executive Man of The has sion in Jefferson City Dec US Gov Mar affirmed the verdict of the lower court in maduke was a graduate of West Point Mili- the case of young Fitzgerald who shot and tary Academy and served throughout the killed Tice Hall at Georgetown some time war between the States on the side of the ago itiiess panloncil he will have to serve Confederates rising through successive rank thirteen years in the penitentiary from Lieutenant to Rrigadior General The C J I Gallon of lieutenant governor succeeds to the office Herald contest the election A vomiti man by the name of RardinDemocrat will elected to the LegisRepublican ofJcKse Williams was fatally shot in Cross lature from Greenup county Ho IiuIiIh tluit Roads Rowan county December 27th Wilthe latter is ineligible because of holding liams was on a Christmas spree and had be the office of V S Commissioner at this time come noisy when his arrest was attempted of election by Deputy SheriJohn Cassity The drunkCreed Card well book-keepen man resisted when the officer was forced for E J Curley A-- Co shot and killed to shoot him The wound is reported to be lames A Hunter a U S storekeeper in fatal the distillery of Curley Co at the mouth Phrebo Cousins lias an Â¬ of Little llickmau creek in Jessamine nounced that she will he an independent county Friday Cardwell fired fivu shots Prohibition candidate for Governor of Mis- and Hunters pistol showed three empty souri in the coining campaign Miss Cousins chnmhers No one witnessed the difficulty recently vacated the office of Marshal of tin A 30- eastern district of Missouri which she suc000 pieces of spruce timber 270IJO cubic cessfully managed for cveral mouths after feet was launched at Nova Scotia Dec 7th the death of her father and is now adrift In the Atlantic It in A0 Oceanic arrive- Â¬ feet long sixty five feet wide and thirty at San Francisco from China and Japan eight feet deep drawing twenty feet ol December 2Sth and wos placed in quaran- water A has been detailed to tine as two cases of Munll pov were discov look for and destroy it to prcrent damage to ered among the Chinese kteerage passengers Vessel property The papers and mails were fumigated and following officers removed of the State Legislature Senate Chief Owing to cold tho Clerk Harry Glenn Nicholas county Asst mails were delayed at nearly aU points on Clerk Win Crohiwell Franklin Sergeant-at-Ann- s December 27th hut at Cincinnati Officer George Cussell Lawrence loor Hen Hillss wife preented him with two Keeper II Reed JctTerson House of them on schedule time Speaker lJwn Johnson Nelson county Chief Clerk GrulMi It Kcllar Nicholas Assistant City Council fixed lrrx as the cost of a retail liquor Cleric Geo Stone Rreckinridgo Sergeant1-at-AnnRoht Tyler Uullltt Door Keeper sdlerh HceiiM The ordinance restricts saA Joiut cauciu Of loons to certain stnets and provides lor Val Dawson Simpson tho Democratic members of the two houses strict regulation a man va called or Wednesday evening nt 8 Geo shot Frank CouwAy bar keeper at Rich oclock to nominate n candidate for the U mond Dec 26 during a quarrel about a 8 Senate and it Ii more than probable that The fthootcr escaped and the oliot Hon James II Heck wan nominated and re nickel elected man will die The Cherokee Council Joe Blackburn denies that Kentucky Legislature full of reports that lion James I Reck who is to be re elected without opposition to the United States Senate from Kentucky by the Legislature which begins its session today has decided to remove to Loitlsvilbi so as to give his colleague Joe Rlackburn a chance and that it may not be said thut the Senators urn from the samo district and Tho Kentucky papers arc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ John Marmaduke Â¬ Court Appeals Â¬ the Greenup Â¬ Â¬ live in adjoining counties This mayor may not be true but it will amount to nothing Rlackburn is serving bis lust term and ho may as well understand it now as two years hence Ho can make his arrangements to step down anil out fur an fiiircly as IfiOO nr rives there will be a new face at the Senatorial door Richmond Register Now youre hhoutln Eastern Kentucky will find u man to fill Joes position thereafter A comes from Clearw- Â¬ ater Mich that a hoy died was prepared for burial placed in his coffin nnd while the family were at dinner ho stepped down aud out of the coffin put on his every day clothes and played about asvas hhf wont for tww or three hours when he wont dead again the last time for keeps TheMorjr maybe true but it sounds like Mulhattnu or a Michigan He Â¬ Â¬ report Â¬ er lauudiyaud two dwelling homcaud joining were destroyed by fire The loss of the laundry is especially severe on the town steam Church hits been called to the pastorate of a church at Richmund on u salary of 1500 a ydnr Christian AtMt Sterling Sunday the ReVvCPWilliamsonofthe liss Â¬ Â¬ timber raft containing A law has been enacted in Waldeck Germany forbidding the grunting of a marriage license to a person addicted to the liqlior habit i d The steamer Â¬ man-of-w- Â¬ The are the dentally shot himself while playing with a pintol Saturday night at Lexington and died on Sunday There are nine British mi- sionary societies now laboring in Africyii with an aggregate annual expenditiirOiyf 1000000 Policeman John Ofluttacob weather Je shot nnd mortally woUndeJ Friday by Sam Price whom he wan rylbtj to arrest county wuh Sheri if Wintersof Hickman ft The ofAttyuta s Â¬ Cullcn while exhibiting u new shut gun to his sister and wife accidentally killed th4 At St Louis Sunday Jainc fl latter Pope Lcoi lb the City of Rome Sunday 0V 000 people attended tho cathedral phen Conway whilddrnnk brained his mother with rh hxi At the Golden Julrilec of At Baltimore Sunday Sto White drunken H j Â¬ ail a wwQP- pw - i- - jrfgF TfV 1 hoard you uhd tho2ltt It wan Mr Ardlo Ourley of thcMrmndrt farm I hopo I haven t stnr tied you J RPENCER COOPEIt Publisher Oh no If you wall a little while they will bo home Toddles und I aro keeping house I promised to tulco cave of him and KEHTUCK AZELGBEEN atrnln the milk Toddles recognizing u plus fellow lit tho THE RIVER OF DREAMS top of the otuirn shook u tin mug and ut- Â¬ tered rcmnrks In a dlaloct paoullur to him- Â¬ rhcrtVs n river thut lows to n lullaby none self Thatnovor wno sot to un earthly tuno In- Â¬ May I eomo down und help you Thcro tlio days nro brlijltt und tho yearn tiro he thought An oiler quired Ourloy long which she may resent Eorovcr summer and always June If you would plenuo lift the pails it would ml tho llclit of tho mornlnR uthwart it Toddlon keeps bo u help she replied streams Ind vro call It tho beautiful Klvcr of Dreams stepping on my dress Ourley descended the stulrs und they went Ah novor n mortnl foot hath prest back to tho milk cellar The crocks and Its flhlnttiR borders no union anil low pans were already In line and along this But ovor its deep untroubled breast line they progressed Ourley carrying tho Tho fair lost Hoots of tho loan titfo nolle and sho the hiitfo irillk struhur Tod- Â¬ Vouthfl urgoslen by tho sweot wluda blown dles cuddling by Interposed his mug at Sail softly on to tho port Unltnown biich times an suited him Tho blue veins for tho vnnlnhcd Joys of our lives nro there started out on her urmw under the weight Tho Rind blight thlnRS that were ours of old of tho flowing liquid hut sho attended to Bro tho blight of norrow the ranker cure this most pustoriil employment in pastoral Had dulled and tarnished their virgin Bold quiet Tho catdle was set on a swinging Had burned to ashes tho hope mid trust bottles and bins Jars shelf above Of tho loves and faiths that aro dead and dust stretched their long shadows away from n mist and shndow Is hidden nyo tho light The smell of apples audit spicy Tho pnth that lends to tho river side hint of cider tups came through a half shut away And only In virions and far door Fust over tho candle llamo a spider Wo sco its mystical waters glide huddled as if hiding lib head in tho gruy Hut llowlntr roiuk with measured song blanket of his web Vo boar its muslo our whole lives long Nothing wan said during tho And groping wearily spent and blind Ourley wondered who this girl could full With lionrti that falter and feet that be Tom Holmes had said nothing to him Wo know O Ilrothcru we yet shall Jlnd recently of having a guest in the family Tho path thut Haiti within tho vail and sho wan certainly not u successor to And tho cloud and tho shadow rolled nwny Handy Thompson She had the uncon Wo shall como to tho river brlnl torau day t scious dignity of a lady and there was Wo shall drift away with tho golden tide something about her which made him InThrough dancing ripples and Mutiny foam fer that she at least came of stock living on To tho land of tho leal and tho glorified their own luud und in thu finest sense ag- Â¬ Sato to tho linvcn of rest and home For tho River of Dreams with its surging rong ricultural The pails were rinsed and put away and That eallotli to us our whole lives long this young lady carried the light upstairs Is but tho path through shadow uml night while Ourley assisted Toddles and his mug Thnt learteth us into the Heavenly lights I like cellars limuui Alice Ilntvne lu X T Ledger sho said lingering and looking back Though l met my llrst dis appointment in one There was it jar full of something black which ought to have been iain but it was tar and Im so cred- Â¬ ulous I kept licking my linger and tasting it over and over before I would be convinced A WOMANS WORK OF LOYE AND DUTY Credulous people do got so much tar in their mouths Ourley laughed and said he hoped she BY MARY IIARTYIiLL CATHERWOOD would have no further experiences in tar StkiIiun Atmioit or CitAQti o Doom They went into tho sitting room and ihe UUTllttltV Tub Iani Mans lighted the lump Ourley took un apple from Oauin and Oriiuu StouiKS tho platter Willi a housewifely air this young girl selected his knife and plate and Copyrigfitexl JSvt iylhe A X Ktlhjij eicsjia- brought him a fruit napkin jii Cnmimny 1 do love to handle things ubouta lioure she said partially to herself CHAPTKK I Housekeeping is your forte perhaps UULKY stepped out said Ourley in the Fobnuiry iluslc It isnt my fate then J teach the school after HpomliiiK it dull in this district you know she explained Sunday at homo His Oh remarked Ourley to show that his house rose between impressions were corrected him uml the western Yes Hut when Thorney and I begin our sky and he paused u housekeeping 1 shall help to farm inoineut na he orten wonder who Thoruev h thought OurOld to look lit it with loy some pride It was nu Thorney is my brother she continued old building abuam He in Ho is two years older than ndantly large with working for a fanner across HIack Hollow many uftor thoughtn and saving all his money miisw of wings and lurches That being the cumm observed the Torso Htono could he seen milking in the young iniiii smiling lie will homo day be a burn lot und the voire of Jesses wife could capitalist bo heard eroonlng a panlm tune mi n faro Oh no she replied with pleased sinwell to tho Sabbuth while alio placed tho cerity Hut it is nice to be really wonting tuba rcmly for next days washing Mrs toward an object Stono kept holy day with Scotch Presby At Ibis momenta rap resounded on the terian rigor from ilvo oeloek on Saturday front door of the bittuig room There were evening until live oclock on Sunday even nu halls in tlio Holmes house so the new iug uml if Hho attended night service this comer was distinctly visible to Ourley as was n free will offering to Heaven Ku soon us the door opened to admit bin Tlio homes of Ourloys various neighbors tcrtuincd as he felt himself to be by his appeared hero uiul there and down wooded temporary hiwteas utiy body would have hills snlllcpurklodthorollogo towns steeples been unwelcome t him but thrice unwel1p hill come though n kinsman of the 1kuh was Uolow culturo was lifes law Ourley could not assert amidst furma and scattered school houses Milton McArdle quite unothor class of people made another that AlcArdlc was the meanest fellow in lie law unto themselves As relluouient uml college but that was his conviction coarseness may dwell side by side in a city so hud Oreonsburg and the hllln elbowed 1 each other several generations without per- Â¬ -- J A ceptibly acting on oiuh other However solidly excellent those hill farmers might be tho college town despised their plane of living while on the opposite side all hill farmers voted against appropriations for tho improvement of tho town Ourloy took a short cut across tho upward plopo ol his meadow to spend an hour with ifu Mo- - Hazel Gkeen Herald I friends and advantages you can do any thing you please Ourley Not quite rapondcd Ourley indiffor cnly feeling ho should never do that an long as he could not batter McArdlo All tho family aro at clurch said tho dlvlilty student helping himself to apples Even Handy has Yes wild 1hcebe fjonc to ehuicl 1 promlacd to take caro of the house I apprehended that they might bo out remarked McArdr iohshlig nntipploacd softly alljs frCrife under the rind And Quits My ho intruded himself thought Ourley He watched his elans mates lean jaws working Miss Wliito and I lvive begun a series of readings together explained McArdlo You couldnt take mo Into the classt GUggouted Ourley Oh yea responded McArdlo stiffly Certainly If you wish it Youd be an ac-Â¬ quisition Ihuibo White who appeared to vest in uo part of tho room carried oil Mrs Holmes unwilling young son into bin adjoining nursery Tho two young men after talking uwhile with littlo interest in each others remarks dropped into silence uttil listened to her voice First it was remonstrating with HEittt Most suys tlrnt imprisonment lojv 1 thall hrvo a hrNclng walk homo Who h Uiis young tcslmr youve taken will stiongtlicn his annrchitic princi- Â¬ into the UiiLO Tom Jf ui is n true Anarchist ho ples epUed Holmes indlffor I dont ltoT should not object then to continual im- Â¬ Shos some nice littlo thing from crtly nowhere Tho district doesnt pay enough prisonment to employ a n fi VcArdle Ieerin to admire her Fivi silver ilinies wore reivMitly cnt Muv be he does MeAnllen a kind of a to n Iieliijin paper on a posts I card sop I gue5n though ho thinkr sho ad The coins were placed in looped slits miroA him lilving directly by tho school Iioubo ns wn do were always pestered to cut into the card and hold thoi by a Dnudo was entirely thread which crossed tlio loops board the teacher willing to take thin ono Into the family and she docn scorn comfortable enough to huvo appear to bo gaining ramnl ubout know her people Yov do Two were recently in this country No Hivker tho old schoolmaster discovered in Philadelphia ntul now vouclioti for her She has nobody but an Too idiotic brothc I belive and rhe put hhi another turns up in Savanuuli lio taken to ptcvimt out to work nour her Nice enough girl inueIi care esin not -- jt Liiiu y A f r iy j -- fi-- Jt- I this tliestd disease from spreading Mlts LocKWooii who wsts the IirdU date of the National Womans Killrngo Association for President in 18H1 says there will lso a hitter light b iweeii Miss Susan B Anthony and Mn Lucy Stone for the nomination next oar kKS IJXi V Ik V v i rtVWfcr t i a i i - ti it - I milk-strainin- g Â¬ Â¬ A Brothels Keeper Toddles my tiny son How can IMitebe rock such a milky faced boy to sleep Shell think she has a calllo from the barn yard a real bossy calf that never will let its mamma wash its face and rub it nice and clean this way And the cows little child never has such pretty white clothes to put on and doesnt get wrapped upand rocked Ho above counter remonstrances of Toil dies sho began to sing half under her breath Tennysons cradlo song and Toddles In duo time began drowsily to echo her Ourley looked into tho lire fancying how she swung in a rocker and how the curve of her throat swelled with the sweet repressed crooning He did not know much about domestic life having passed mort of his vears with his farmer and housekeeper But all this made him feel quite soft hearted Sweet anil low eweet and low sung Phcebe Srcct and ro echoed Toddles Wind of the wctcrn sea Â¬ i - tfS Tin new comet recently discovered by the a trononiors is ssiid to lie now visible to tho naked eye and may he found in the evening in the northwe t This comet is moving end ward sky is large and bright and promises to become more brilliant in a few weeks H t rl A - IAlltlNC ltlP Piy shes cumbered with the idict Youve icon Psvche since her return Oh yes a number of times Shes more like swansdown than ever too said - tiin TTTi OATi Tinii are said to be more million- Â¬ aires in Hunuo i Ayrcs than innn other city of its size in the world Many of tiie private louses in the city have been built at a ccc t of JflOOOOPn siml one of the banks has a j aid up capital of iji OOOOOO with deposits and a line of dis Â¬ counts aggregating M 000010 You cant complain of ill luck my lad Tom Holmes r they exchanged a pin ting grip over tho gate The trivial experience- of common people mere atoms in the universe iiay ieem 1 Low low breathe and blow llrLive and bro Wind of the western sen lies in sen Over the rolllngvMters go Doe Come from tho dyin moon and blow Moonv tiro Blow him again to mo While tay little one while my pretty one Jlesin sea One thousand two hundred and forty scarcely worth the great reader attention divorces were granted in Franco in lK8i until he remembers that he is himself merehe first year of tho existcno of the di ly one of hose atoms and that th ancient It must be of all readers unceasingly eons ink primer i orce law in Franco world and Its simple combinations though that in munvcswes it was Several people were grouped around the a trnustormntion of decrees of deep red lire over which hung three iron into tliosi of divorce Tiie last kettle breathing an odorous steam into the licycud this stood a tent of poles cov Â¬ twelve months produce 1S8 Prrlsians air ered with brash und bluukets where the divorced tho most being in tin rich men who tended camp slept It was a close- Â¬ Â¬ I Sleeps Sleep and ret sleep and rest Kes Pnty one rather wiil romc to thee soon 1 Â¬ Kett rest on mothers breast Mur boi leather will come to thee soon Father will conic to his babe in the west IJibe a wes Silver saili all out of the west ly wooded spot Tom Hohjcs in one of his woolly over coats wus stretched at the roots of a tree smoking Handy Thompson insulated by silence tat upright and attentive near tho lire A sister of the two men who were boiling sugar occasionally helped them try a kuile fcil in cold water or took her turn i the long stircr As Ourley approached thccnmpkc noticed thee people after he had see that MArdlo was there sitting by Â¬ Â¬ 1 Imlcr the silver moon Sleep my little one Mop iry ptutty one JMtv one -- Sllv sail Rlcep Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The song was vopeatod until Toddles re sponses grew far between and ceased altogether Then a Hence followed Its a sloppy night said McArdlo Ws I BiippjbO Tom will drive slowly from church I apprehend that he will responded McArdlo in the silted Kuglish of his Â¬ Jill HI I t un old chuni whoso homestead lay on tho border of the hill region He reached tho muddy road mid a few turns brought him to tho gate which opened on Tom Holmes lawn Poplars staked out with their stiff pillars tho path to the house It was a staunch homestead covered with knotty elbows of tho trumpet vine The sitting room windows were lllokering with llrelight and ho usoonded tho wooden steps at that sldo and contlilently knocked Hill two or three knocks brought no re Â¬ sponse and after waiting Hurley opened tho door and went in Tho familiar room was In u receptive nt tltudo toward chauco comers ehtitni stood grouped for conversation uplattorof apÂ¬ ples and a pile of plates and silver knives were on tlio round table Tho llre pluee wus piled high with hluing sticks Tho whole i ooin no suggested ln Islblo presences thut Gtirloy felt convinced ho should llnd the family at homo Ho threw the end of his cigar hi the Hro uml having tho free Â¬ dom or tho house at all times oiioned unothor door Into the kitchen It was still warm with ouggostlons of the past supper u kettlo breathed la tho dark The door closed behind him and ho was turning to open it for n retreat when n rod of llghuop jwslto and somo subterranean voice calling made him venturo ahead and lift a latch which gavo entrance to tho cellar Its llandy of course said Hurley Is that you Handy Where are all the folks j At tho foot or tho stulrs was a girl looking up Sho hold Tom Holmes toddling child byonohuud uml with tho other lifted u eundlo ovor hor head Sho was very young and had bluek hair curling away from an eager face I lor throat showed whlto above licr black dress oven in shadow and her nloovcs were tucked ubovo elbows soft and round A largo calico uprou almost covered choice IJy tlie time Iluibe eituio back However a stamping on the step proclaimed tho familys return from church Mrs Holme1 moved softly in followed br hor haudinrid Handy Tloripowio had been left and picked up ujain at the school house meet- Â¬ ing Last appeared Tom Holmes roy and stimulating ready to stir the lire and all aninulo things as well How do you do lack How do you do Somebody give me a lift with this Milton overcoat Thanks lirunle How re things at the Mounds lack Youve hewn keeping yourself btendily at home All going right Ive bought a pretty young saddle mure Tom Id have ridden wanted her over to show you but you to see her llrst when hes frcdi groomed esse Stone has spoiled tho old 1 Li i I i f K Mil IT Atl I IIKU TUIU- - loathed MeArdles luly llke lunguors his general readiness to be taken care or his McArdlo had placed pimply bloadencss lihupclf in tho hands of hii religious deuom iiiatlon und was allowing it to educate him for tho ministry Other students were sup ported by tho church but what jeeiued In their cases a generous stooping to uso means for a public good seemed in him a cunning und contemptible grasping of what could begot for nothing Vol Ourley felt certain if McArdlo hud come to college i id Inrounn elephant urd having a nabob father he would have bwi n greedy nueal just tho same inspiring Jurloy with tho desire to iiy upon und kick and maltreat him as ho deserved Ho wus along and nervous youth with slight hands and drooping under Up Â¬ Â¬ hor The two looked steadily at each other a liHomont ho ut tho top sho at tho foot of tho quired Pluubo Yes said Ourley nUlrs Being u Btmnger Ourloy Ooteeted Hut eollego tolls aw nearly over now curve of mouth iitr onoo tho sorrowful Which oh would huvo eotyjouleo from oyen said MeAvdlo in u hifti and rathor mel tineholy key and then 1 suppose our paths il Jtaulliur said ho hut in hand will widely diverge I shall botuko myself eg fmvdon to a theological school to routinuo prepara Mrs holmes In u ontTom tid said tho girl tion for my humble calllug Hut with your Theyve gout to church Â¬ Â¬ said McHow do you do Miss Iliobo Ardlo unwinding a scarf from his neck while ho lingered In releasing tho young girlH hand thought OurSo her namo Is Iluttbo ley Theres MeArdles patronizing laiull litrlty for you Oood evening McArdlo Oh tiro you here Ourloy Oood oven He undulated toward tho lire and lug warmed himself by tho rourhig logs quite as if ho hud eomo into his own in You aro olusaiuatoa urout you Â¬ Â¬ throat There aint one word o truth in It muttered Mosie llxmghis torpid regards on the lire I Ills looks like tiio gypsy scene in Tro lifting his hat as he joined tho i viiton even to tlio anvil chorus Adam parly end Mose su o going to fall to and hammer j em h other in rather pleturnique It admitted Mc Ardlo looking about him Hut I appre A PfcmiAit locomotive has ju f been horses lor the saddle hend you llnd it different from Miss Paw mnnutuet tired in Hoston and will bo Ah phiw Jack Why didnt you tell cotti dining room A Ourley tar you wanted such an nniuial Miss Pawcetts drawing room is not to tested on the Hoston and Lowell ral ought to know the pamw of It has but one driving wheel on horse but 1 bo allowed any pieturesqucaos s then re road could put you up to n thing or two sponded Ourley esieh side and these instead of being Youll sny you couldnt have done better I only meant in point of fact McArdlo perfectly round have a poriplten com Â¬ when you see her said Ourley warmly hastened to add that this Is what you SlUht ltbi head will up good shoulders might call sylvan while diwn at iawcett posed of a series of plain fnc s con Â¬ uml Tall of lire Houuo the refinements of life arcs I would nected with oaeli other by very obtuse Old and weak in tho kueeA Ill be snv paramount Jt is claimed Hint the Hit ser angles bound Whos Miss Pawrott Inquired Phabo will give greater adhesnn lo the faces Just three yean end as quick as a cat She is a very beautiful very wealthy There wasnt uothiif about horse dealin young tody expluiued MeArdle who hits truck and make the engine mo i in ur sermon to night remarked Handy just returned from foreign tivel to her powerful than any heretofore co Thompson with tho freedom of a long- - homestead not far from Ourloys 1 be structed prized domestic lieve it l i understood added Me Vrdle imgeit um lloimes Is Toddies iifioep that the proximity of those homesteads Is IIowakI Stpun of Baltimore ip warming her graceful hands considered u forluuato thing under the eir iiaroutly died iceertlv of convulsions Yes and sung in his crib naid Iluibe cuuirtuneec I thank you so much for relieving Handy This snt a bud nag Jack remurked His body was placed in a eofiin ml tho and mo Tom Holmes tlnishing a critical examina- Â¬ eoflin temporarily placed in si vadl A I think of relieving Handy altogether Hut shell few days tion or Ourloys saddle horse afterwards when tho friends Mild Iluebe with a laugh We vvdl e never make a goer You could have found of thu deceased went to have tlio re- Â¬ ehmrro work more points for the money I wouldnt lio a school miss lor no Let me oeo her said Phoebe coming to mains moved from the vault to tho money remarked Handy bluntly Neithlook at the pretty animal She has a nose grave they were horrified to find tho er In this dVotrick nor any other just like velvot If 1 vero buying a horse I glass in tho top of thoeolVtii broken Shi wan a houv ivmnim with one Hiimtl should Insist on a velvet nose Phuba blue eye tho other hM been put out Her put one arm aeons the shining neck und and tlio body turned over on its fstc e Sturn had evidently regained eoncint sandy lutir was knobbed tightly at tho buck she and tho horse exchanged a caress My goodness of her head and as to her features they exclaimed Handy Kiis ness in his colln and made n dcspcralM a horse Thats most as siinpleas them greatly slandered a kind nature struggle to escape The shroud ivsts When Ourley started home th night was heathens worshlpiu1 dumb beastp You like a home dont you turning sharp and clear uald Our- lorn to lireds Tom Holmes continuing hit talk about ley to Phci be with appreciation Im number of immigrants brought tho horse walked to the Uvu gate with his Indeed yes What do you call her old chum Hess Do you ride to this country in 1S87 tho last month I have always known how to rido Oood Hiigar weather ho commented my of the oar estimated will bo oOM000 My men in tho sugar camp fashion pausing there its as good us being like thoao This i an increa e of 0 per cent oxer aro gtilug to stir elf a couple of kettles to Centaurs and not halt so clumsy the number of hist year and is duo inorrer evening Como over Jack and try to in contimtoI a paddle full Hldo thut nag tud lot mo iiat has probably to the menace of w look at hor Hatiiino tho fneo with mild aelds or tho hung over Kuropo tin yiif and li Perhaps I Avlll said Ourloy juice of lemon or tomato prevents uu oily The CIM You know the place - on the woods road coating of tho skin An ovurionnl rubbing local troubles lu Ireland mans contribute a large jiroportitnt ncur lllaek Hollow Well all bo ovor with a smooth towel is ab o good To ren there 08000 than any othm nationality dor the complexion smooth rud soft apply Well count on me snld Ourley cold cream mixed with water every night hul it is interesting to ohjervo that tho You wouldnt expect to seo any of tho In winter t linn lu summer apply oat meal British Kingdom loads all otlur I havont enough water instead mixlorn Improvements Howato of getting on too maples to muko it pay Adam and Moso much of any such prostration ar It render It sent a ottl ynglirih lvU Guy boll tho old way on tho Hhurou an uncomfortable night and does harm to Welsh and NeoMh of 11100c Tho ground law turned stiff said Ouv- - the bktt I To lcr bin It dress Pluebo White had added a scarlet shawl looping it around her waist and luoding ono cjrner over her had II felt rare no influence of the dark out doors wo d was lost upon her She was listening to other uouudi beside Mc Arulo rcnarks She heard the liivt sigh itifs cf spring in the topi of naked trees Youre hue my Kid uaid IIoIuum ris- Â¬ ing to meet Ourley and hi- horse and at once taking hold of the bridle Hut taint segnred yet called out the older rf tlio boilers Mofcbe poured a bucket Tul of cold sugar water in tho kittle when my bscl was turned 1 didnt do no such thing retorted More lwas you went to sleep early in the crnin at let the fire o out i r vvnt to sleep when everybody in tho dccMrick knows you aint never half rwake Polka mind yet how you used to sit in school all day with your chin on your b and the boys llrin wads down your - Iluibe White i Jrevv stejw down ami out one dsiy and President Carnol is elected the next and steps ip and in without delay This whole change is consummated within i week business Jlow on with scnrccl i rip ple of interruption and popniar e eiteinent suicides as suddenly sis it sprang up This speaks well tho In France IYojddont French liepublie A KitliKArin specimen of gave yard taste has just been rerun m in Menoshr destined for the cemetery there IL is a sixlcii tou htoiie in the form of a tree with birds ami Ilinirrels in its branches ferns at its base also a largo eros a not of stone lim rs an ojiiii boox and a roll of niii ie My jjonn oversight tins cabinet orum nas omitted The stone was made for Hio jrisivc of a voiiuj woman j ct j I Atjoiinkv Fiimvs of New York says there are loOin jro- fessioual criminals in that city mi t is hardly a wonder -- inee tho sKiti ties 100 of the court how that of tle en1 up from the eiini- criminal u niiltiijg magi t rates 11000 escaped a trial According to tiie ntlo ucvs figures about one in every thru live of tho population of the chief city of the Union is a professional criminal -5 1itkht eas Â¬ i I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Hazel Green Herald BlENCElt COOPElt IubthAcr MA HAZEL GREEN - KENTUCKY GOOD BYE OLD YEAR ti - your tsijrowlni old AiiJlu dnya lire Hourly told 11 1ms poured Into our ijurucrs all UU treaii ir amrlfoid And h uliispura I am weary liith hus grown so cold and dreary ip injjk1 llway unU mt- um Jawing very s - jV fc Go In peace Ihid n swift rolini Wlththo yearn of nil the ugej whoro earths hiiKoa surfj ss coast1 Yettit very hunt to part You lnuo grown Into our heart VT bluil tnlis you dour old friend stlll we bid jou Go in poaco i And Y iu u- murmur Mllhn hey A GKATEFUL SAVAGE I Iy Great - Grandmothers Years Callor Now rie AlnuM every child has n grand Â¬ mother but not many Imvo a groat grandmother n grandmothers mother 1 have and stiu is tliu dearest old lniy in the world She wears a black gown a little white muslin handkerchief over her fdwmurrs ami si white lace cap over her Jiwvn false front that all old Indies used to wear She has tine gray eyes and nice teeth all hot own too and is ninety oars old She reads the papers and knows all that is going on and worries over the accidents just as much as if her own foil- were iu them She fond of polities for she and grandfather dead this thirty year used to kee a roadside tavern where all th famous lawers stopped on their wiy to IF where the county court uas hold Daniel Webster had topped at the tavern and many other distinguished men Grandma loves to tell of those days wluK -- no knits in the firelight She moves Jmr needles as swift as a ma chn and can knit iu the dark She taught me to knit loo but 1 think she found a stupid pupil though she never said u She doc all kinds of knitting rcnrK mitten wristers and stockings and when she was young she used to weau vnd made her own linen for shoots and bedding when she was mar I One grandma vhitod Boston only Hurler n she was yot remembers every detail of her visit Her uncle an ex Governor gave gtand balls and par Go and tho hy little country girl had i ix impse of the lino manners and gay life of Bostons old aristocracy Hut ho loved tho country best and married a neighbors son and went with him to an unbroken forest vva up hi the north of Maine and lived a pioneer life iu all its hardships of want and cold She h id eight children and made every stitch of heir clothing as well as her husbands and taught thorn too There was no school house near and her only book was the Bible and out of this they learnod to read and She had all the work a farmers spell wife mut do and I fancy knew little rest There are few such workors nowadays Irandma lnst stories aro about In- Â¬ dians There were roving bauds of them in Maine fifty and sixty years ago and some times they were not peaceably disposed especially when farms were isolated and far from How many times neighbors help they plundered and burned and how many families they murdered and scalped will nevor bo known for who could tell in tho depths of a forest what a blackened clearing meant it might be only a place burned by those mysterious forest fires who was to know it was the ashos of a onoo happy home A few years ago grandma was down to our hous on her regular winters visil and she found us girls much ex- Â¬ cited about Now Years calls In a small country town few people reeoive calls on Now Years Day and mother had not dono so since wo were too little to remember The last day of tho old year wo were talking with grandma iu tho hour before ten when it was too dark to road or sew and too light for lamps Of course grandma was knitting this timo a big pair of mittens for an old man that used to saw wood for us Grandma had no- Â¬ ticed his mittens wero ragged and linding ho had no one to earo for hhv took it upon herself and gave him threo pairs of good yarn stock- Â¬ ings heforo she went away and ho said Now mnrm you be ouo of tho good old fashioned sort tho Lord reward You novor heard about my New that heathen that couldnt talk your said language and that you couldnt did you girls word to and alone in this woods where No wo cried eagerly Hie could kill you and no ono to help Was it in Boston at the Gov you 1 nravod to myself and by and bv ernor sr asked Jon ti i crept over and got my IMblo and road noon grnuui mui ii must navo a nor a spell I looked up and said Mnmlo half ojivlomly it No replied guudma smiling on thore ho was sitting and watching mo ye Well the New Years Day of tho first twelve months wed lived there Joseph went to tho mill wilh a load He couldnt get back that night for the wolves were thick in winter and fierce with hunger and lA much rather hed stop over Besides travel- Â¬ ing was hard and the wagon heay I watched him drive oil feeling down hearted enough After hed looked back and waved his hat I went in with babv and had a good cry Then I reasoned myself out of my fears and did up my work a singing to the baby I got the cows milked and fed and looked the barn thou before I shut the door for the night I took a good look around at the trees It was get Â¬ ting dark and then were queer shadows in tho woods and I felt more seared than ever After the baby was asleep it was lonesome enough sitting there before the lire and thr tallow candle seeming to burn dimmer than usual I kept thinking I heard stops outside and the icy snow a eracking and sometimes I shook with dread and fear At last I got up thinking it was moonlight and Id feel better if I 1 raised the looked out the window curtain and dear oh me there was an Indians face pressed close against the pane All painted hideous he was with red and blue and a terribly ugly being to look at He had eagle feathers on his head and a long gun and was rigged out for lighting I thought 1 hhould die hut I didnt scream though I knew the door had no other fastening than a bar of wood thai he could break In a minute he came to tho door gratitude to save me and while I was pushing hard against it and the bar dreading and fearing him ho was snapped like a twig staying to protect mo from tho rest iu he came Over sx feet high he That iris said grandma fold- Â¬ was and seemed to me the biggest ing up her knitting as the boll rang for Ho was wrapped m tea and smiling on us all man 1 ever saw that was a blanket and had clothes made of my first and last New Years caller Ho had the long gun and a skins on raiiencc filanlrton in Milan Iui big knife with him I caught up tho baby and run bo An immense Lawyers Foe hind the bed llo took scarcely any Oie of tho blirirest lawvers foes on notice of me however but shut tho door and went and warmed himself record was that received by Thomas He Then he hauled the quilt oil the bod Williams a IDor of California was the attorney of a mining company ami fixed it over the window I held my breath wondering what at Virginia City and when the com Â¬ pany was on tho verge of bankruptcy he meant to do The baby waking up gave a little ho attached its property for a claim of 1600 for professional services Tho cry and he turned and drew his knife across his throat meaning 1 thought proporty was sold and he bid it iu for the amount of the claim He held on by theaet to kill the child I hushed tho little ono to sloop to it and years after a reptesentativo OBrien oflored again and he dragging his blanket of Flood Maekuy It isnt before the lire sat down all iu a heap him 100 000 for the proporty Ill glvo grunting Im a pig from comfort I for sale said the lawyer 0000i It isnt for sale crouched behind tho bed and watched you Then the big firm began negotiations him Thou his pointed to his mouth to which resulted in Mr Williams putting Tho victuals his property into tho linn and taking tell mo ho was hungry The stock be Â¬ wero down in tho cellar and I darent out stock in payment gan to boom and when it was at top go and leave him with tho baby Hut prices Williams sold outforG000000 ho kept a pointiug and getting mad iY 1 Sun 1 mustered courage and so at last took tho candle and brought up a Business Is Business great milk pan full of doughnuts a piece of pork and a jug of vinegar Employer Are your books balanced that was all we had Mr Smith Uloss me how tiio creature did eat Mr Smith tho book keeper No Every doughnut went into him then sir thero is a discrepai ey of two cents the pork raw and washing it down in Blank Cos account in our favor witli tho vinegar as if it had been and that must be settled heforo I can sweeter than now cider strike a balance Employer Have you written them When ho was through he went to Mr S Several times the door and listened awhile then ho Employer Well write thorn again went back to the fire and went to and inclose stamp for a ruuly That sleep ought to fetch thorn Two cents mo 1 set behind the bod trembling and watching him Just think girls how not much but they are worth as nrtch CvTid Lil you would have felt there alone with lo us as to Blank 1 1 pratty Mamie -- It was iu the 11 rat Unys of my married lifo I was mar nod you know when 1 was only sev- Â¬ enteen I stayo l at homo with mother that year then Joseph and I anil your great uncle Uufus a baby moved up to the north of where wed been living and prettv nigh on the borders of Canada Wo were twenty miles from neigh- Â¬ bors and found our way to them bv spotted trees trees wed marked you know for the woods aro confining It was lonely like for me but Joseph seldom left the farm and then only to go to the mill thirtv miles away to get our corn and wheat ground I Uf cd to he afraid sometimes for that trav- Â¬ eled round and did much good would stop over night and toll us stories about tho Indians and some Junes Id see the red creatures hiding in the woods trying to steal a cow or calf Joseph aluvys went aimed to le ready tor cm The winters were terriblv cold there and I used to pity the Mpiaws and children that would come our way ami they were always welcome to a shelter iu my house and the men loo if they wee peaceable for hus band didif tbobevo in aggravating em ld with a kind of wondering awo on lus fac TEMPERANCE BIT OF FUN How n Young Iudy Wi ShvimI from no uomlnjr Drunkards WIX Thero is no lovelier village in tho Empiro Slate than Frnueonlu though this is not its real name neither shall 1 give tho real names of tho charac- Â¬ ters who will llguro in tho following story though the are real people and yet upon the stage of action 1 am so sorry mother tha Mary is so deceived iu young Morton said Henry Guiding as ho came into Mrs millings pleasant parlor ono sum Â¬ mer evening What do you mean my son asked the mother looking up from her sow- Â¬ ing I had always supposed that Mr Morton was a gentleman He certainly belongs to one of our best A Then he got up and listened at tho loor again Quick as a Hash ho blow out tho caudle and llatloned tho liro with a log I been tho happy wife rf Jurtgo BnrtM nnd has never ceased to bo grateful for tho success of hor brothers stratagom Mrs J Jlichmond in National ircntjwmwc Advocate IN A thooircuit-ridors-prcaoho- rs wondered what hn meant to do iu the dark and 1 hugged tho baby closer and it cried a little and he turned and laid his big hand ovur its mouth He meant mo to keep it still He stood here listoning listening Then he bent his eiiTO the iloor and beckoned me I dared not draw back besides if he wanted to murder me hed chances enough bofore So I went to the door and listened too and lloating to me through tho fo est worse than the howls of the hungriest wolves was the faint echo of a yell An Indian yell of war more horrible than any animals that over was ONE CITY It seemed to como nearer and nearer and I could hear him breathe hard in the dark It was so ouiet iu the woods sounds echoed for miles After what seemed an hour to me but couldnt have been more than ten minutes tho yells grew fainter nnd further oil He turned from the door then and piling more logs on the lire laid down and went to sleep I set there and watched him through that terrible night of the New Year till daylight Ill never forget it and seo myself now a sitting in tho firelight looking at him sleeping on the lloor and roekingtho baby to keep it from waking him At daylight he waked up stretched himself then ho looked at me holding something iu his hand glanced at it and there was two baby socks Id knit for Kufus Two months before a squaw with a skk boy baby aked me for shelter ono night gave her a bod bofore tho fire and doctored the baby and made her stay till he was well and when she went away I dressed the baby iu Rufiis clothes socks and all for sho had a dreadful careless way of cloth ing it Sho was mightily pleased and smiled with her white teeth and hor black eyes like a birds dancing with the pride all mothers have ho says limp pappooso ami picks up his gun and blanket anil went out Then I knew He was a friendly Indian and most likely that babys father In the afternoon I saw Joseph com ing on horseback at a gallop with his face as white as chalk He thought hed find the houso burned and mo and baby killed You dont know how overjoyed ho was when ho saw us in tho door The Indians had burnt seven or eight lonely farm housos liko ours and killed the people and driving the cattle they stole escaped into Canada j I told Joseph about the Indian anil we iwi come out of ltii J I tracted Mary ioldings attention They wero passing the hotel and she hoard hor lovers voice amid tho drunken clamor which Idled tho air Could that be Clarence In tho glare of the light sho could see distinctly a tall graceful young man tossing glass aflerglassof brandy down his throat She heard profane and ribald words such as she had never heard before spoken in his well n Ilarrv do von seo n Known voce Do von hear she jrasned clutchintr his arm for support Merciful Heaven can that 10 Clarence Mor- Â¬ ton My dear sister this is no now said her brother chisninjr his thin 4 shoulders Poor boy He confines himself too closely to business The brother and sister sauntered slowly down the village street Thonnoonlight is so beautiful upon the water sister Wo will go down to the river side See Limn is just peep Â¬ ing above tho tree tops How beauti- Â¬ ful But something else just then at- Â¬ What do you supposo is tho annual saloon bill of Brooklyn You will hardly believe until I prove it to you It is between sixleon and twonty mill- Â¬ ions of dollars A sum so vast that wo must needs break it up into smallor stuns to get any practical idoa of it Firyt let me show you howl roach tho result Thero are a llttlo loss than 51000 licensed saloons iu our city Now It is an under and not an over estlmato to put these three thousand saloons at lo per day for threo hundred and sixty-five days in tho year Indeqd a families saloon keeper to whom these figures That is true mother dear but this wero recently shown declares that a UI - saloon can not live upon an OI ono OI avornge os sat mis very moment iinif i rank receipt of less than sFJO per day Threo at tho hotel and aetiuglike a fool thousand saloons at Slo per day make a O Harry lareyou not misinformed grand total of lvlo000 per annum enid the mother looking up with a hor- Â¬ This is easily within tho Hues It is rified expression more likely -- 0000000 Now in order My eyes do not doooi vo me mothor to get this enormous amount of money 1 have known the son replied Mo- Â¬ before you I present you this table rtons failing for a long time but Mary This enormous sum of money repre Â¬ is as firm as a rock She will not be- Â¬ sents the following values lieve any tiling to the prejudice of her 27noo bbu Hour ut o I iroomx t avomi toiiH of coal tit M lover 111111 liOO i overcoats ut W TM Mrs Guiding was sorely troubled SiXii 0 dresseoouts at 1 11 10001X10 ikuXM pairs imntH at oxm Drunkenness is such a shameful iHi pairs boots andMshoes Hi at isoimvm vice sho said When a man once HKVHW pairs socks at v1 ronts IMXH HOOmxiynrds l itXIOM degrades himself so much what can 41011 yards of cloth at atnooontu of llanuol iVAUXl G0ii0ii Inns anil caps at Ml emit To think of our sweet restore him XHlKXl public library lMM00O at ta Mary a drunkards wife Oh I can ftCOi so RchooMuiuso boohs tiOx Ilulld ut 11 not can not bear it 1GXIIXV1 And the tears llullil thirtv new churches at V00 lluiltt t Inebriate asylum mnMxi fell plentifully Ilulld 100 houses for uguil and iiillrin HHWO Dulld a fa o luutnnun Do not distress yourself mother 1UM said the young man lVrhaps we Total SlilkMiXxi can save hor Now let us suppose that the city of Sister Molly he called up tho Brooklyn should receive every year an stairway for Mary was writing iu her order to manufacture tho above articles room Wont you please come ami of food and build every year tho num Â¬ walk witli your poor tired brother ber of school houses churches asy- Â¬ this evening The moon will soon bo lums homos museums and furnish up and tho air is delightful the stipulated number of library books Yo Harry I will come said the instead of the order to sell so much young girl tripping down the stairs liquor what would not bo the added witha scarf thrown lightly about her prosperity of our city lrixh World MlnUtorft llunroj Itntwcon 810000 011 nml 8300011000 u Wnr for Liquor T 1 Jt t I oilen What i J ul no surprised lo 1oor Ulnroncel can ho be thinking of to destroy himself And not only that but do you soe tho s out n01 rv lwu hrotlier but I must go home And Mary Guiding turned her steps yoS Years oallor grandma laa Hello been out to tho ratosP said ono seedy looking intividud to How die you I was another Had a groat turn out go Is Of course that straight The policeman put mo out of the grouida beeniiM I didnt have a badge MerchaiU Traveler A man who takes a little wine tinder the notion that ho is going to bo strengthened by it and brought up for a special ollort is entirely at Bui Marys heart was too full to heed sen because thero is nothing that ho her brothers words completely disturbs the functions so The studious young man had shown as to produce disorder of mind like he marked attentions hut her heart strong drink I do not euro whother had been pro occupied and she scarcely wo go to tho rifle or to rowing or to know him an operation porformod by a surgeon Clareiieu Morton was groatly aston Â¬ or to drive an engine or a coach to ished when at his next visit to his be- Â¬ ride iu a race or to conduct an or Â¬ orches trothed wife sho gave him back his trawherever presences of mind is re- Â¬ ring saying quired all through we novor get any I saw you All is ended botweon us thing but embarrassment from alcohol last evening at the hotel Those most ready for emergencies aro Ho know too well that remonstrance those most free from a substance which or entreaty was useless and loft growl Â¬ produces so much disturbance ing that it was deuced hard if a reason is cloar Tho physiologicalTheÂ¬ efyoung fellow couldnt have a bit of fect is to relax to destroy tonison to fun take power from overv part of tho lastod through Tho hit of fun Clarence Mortons worthless life and body ho died ttnlanontud and scarcely TrMlKKANOK tOt lOokH flfO fill- known while tho penniless young stu Â¬ nished by ho United States GovoriK dent hit4 hoen for years ouo of tho lend- Â¬ ment for all tho schools in Alaska ami ing citizens of Fraucoula Mary Gold teachers are required to teach Oitmi lug has or more than u score of years regularly homeward The moonlight upon tho waters was forgotten and Harry Guiding was sing Â¬ ing a glad Tc Deum in his heart that at last his loved sister saw her lover as others saw him A tall broad shouldered young man passed them as they walked silently along Whither away Barton An arm Â¬ ful of books jis usual said Huury Do you never rest Guiding Never before lam weary replied tho young man bowing respectfully to I hope to graduate this iiiss Mary lorm A splendid young man said Henry Golding lo his sister when Mr Barton had passed out of hearing Ho will make his mark iu the world Drunkenness and Labor Troubles Mr lowderly in a recent interview in the Now York Ihrald is reported as saying There is no disgrace deeper and more marked than tho disgrace that hovers around the drunkard They impose upon us iu the order They bring on trouble between em Â¬ ployers and honest working men They go to work drunk aro discharged and sobering up they appear bofore their assomblicsnnd present theirgrievancei But ono side is heard ami the com- Â¬ plainant seems to ho a much abused man Aro wo justified iu keeping such impostors with us Can wo excuse men who willfully neglect their duty as employes and as willfully delude their brother workmen Yet I myself am called upon frequently to nko a hand iu the settlement of labor troubles at- Â¬ tributable to this cause lleceutly 1 had occasion to interfere in a dispute of large proportions wherein tho hands sought to sustain one of their number who had been discharged He had represented himself as a badly treated man and had so worked upon the feel- Â¬ ings of his fellows that they supported him at a sacrifice of work and pay What did he do to cause a discharge Ho went lo the workshop drunk IIu hung his hat up iu a strange plao and it fell down into a tub of valuable liquid spoiling it Was that a case to 1 think make a light on not As 1 have said before tho rum habit is ono of our greatest ohe mles and until we get it under control wo will have an up hill struggle tosus taiu our principles I deny that I am an autocrat but in ono tiling I wish to bo If my woik should bo law there would be no more intemperance and wilh no more intemperance there would soon bo fewer labor troubles Kills Presence of Mind An authority on tho subject of tho tho effects of alcohol on the human sys- Â¬ It tem says rfT Subscription S9 y 4 I UlJMUmWWIUlW MMi IIazbd Green Herald 1 RUNNING THE RASCALS DOWN Mouny to Accompany tho Naitio a Yoar Ehitoii ThnOrnjHon lull lllltiin Up With a Ountf of TwrrorH Ottiittiroil In Tlmt ftcnllnii A Cincinnati Enquirer spiral dated at Grayson Ky Deo 23 says The past week has been full of excitement and anxiety hero over the arrest and examin Â¬ ing trials of a band of robbers and murderers which was canttiiod in the western part of Carter and lloyd ounties by Deputy Hhcrifi George Armstrong assist ed by Alarshal J C Whitlerof Ashland For the past six months numerous bold and successful robberies have been committed in the western part of this conn ty the last being the robbery of Powell and the murder of his daughter Mrs Lizio OToole at Eastern Kentucky Junction an account of which was given in vour paper of the 15th and which stiried our officers out and they have been success ful in capturing the leaders of an organ ized band of robbers and murderers locat ed near Denton this countv including Pill and Reason Stamper loin and Hud Smith vith Hud Smith as Captain In thoexamiuingtrial and investigation property was found that was taken from the Denton Ky express office last March and property taken Iroin Hush at Ceredo W Vn who was robbed and hiiiHclf unci wife almost murdered last summer and property stolen from the Eastern Ken tucky Junction express office in November There are nine of them in the band that have taken tho black oath Pour of whom including the leader are behind the bars waiting for the Criminal Court in April and our officers aie after the rest of them Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ List of Claims Allowed by the Wolfe Court of Claims STATE OP KENTUCKY The following is u purpose til lowed to wii M W SPENCER COOPER County of Wolfe Ky Otober lOLli 188 list of clnims allowed at tho October Court of Claim and for what J Campton Fkiday HAZEL GREEN KY January 0 1888 Tile first message of Gov Uucknkii fccma to have improved the pnoplu and tho press very favorably and wo regret that space forhidt the publication of it liowovcr tho Louisville Courier Journal and tho Lexington Prcsa two of our esteemed exchanges each contain a com prehensive review of the document and wo herewith reproduce them The first incbwgc Courier Journal of Gov Jluokncr to the General Assem- Â¬ bly of Kentucky to n Htruightforward manly deliberate document such n message indeed as the four months of tho Governors administration had led tho people to expect Whether one shall agree with all the suggestions of tho message or not none can charge that Gov Ruekner has failed to state explicitly what he believes is best for the Slate He docs not halt nor hesitate but seeing a wrong ho moves directly toward it and calls tho attention of the Senators and Representatives to it that they may take tho proper steps toward its removal His denunciation of crime and stinging words of disapproval when referring to court officials who haye failed of their duty have a grateful sound indeed to those who have long witnessed the tin checked deeds of lawless men in certain sections of Kentucky and mourned be cause means for bunging them to justice were useless in the hands of incapable or unwilling official- - The message in points other than this strong feature is refreshing by reason of its bold diicet ncssbuttnelew words that may be devot ed to it in this space are insufficient to a proper review The message of Lexington Press Governor Huckner was communicated to both Houses of tho General Assembly It is rather brief ycntcrday afternoon tor a document of tho character occupy Â¬ ing jiiht one hour in Us reading The following are the most important points touched upon It recommends the enactment of se vere laws severely punishing attempted fiom ambush whether assassination injury results or not Earnest attention is called to the ease of Rowan county and recommends the enactment of such laws aa shall prevent alike stale of af- Â¬ fairs in future and reflecting on the fctrcngth of tho military commandants leport upon the conduct of tho Judge of Â¬ C M Hanks Jr John Williams Fielden Cox W H P Duff F Hrown for guarding jail i it T j My it it ii ii it 11 i ii ii k u i oo 0 00 12 00 12 00 11 oo V2 00 2 7 10 8 00 Ou r Fielden Cox juimi v anen 1 A R Henrv F liul look M Horlen V i i Powell How judge of election William OHair judge August election ISS7 Allison iose t it J II Amyx it if M M Shackelford ti if John IX Kineaid alien If it K II L n iII imisii u t ii 11 I 2 2 2 2 2 2 ti 00 00 00 00 7r 2 W ltoaC ti ii t Â¬ John Drake Wilson M F Ilrown fM IMIM MMIt ti ii 1 00 00 i 00 2 00 J O C Lawson Liinsnw David Athey Alex P Lacv Wm ij it ii ii ii ii fr rt ft it it it tl a 00 fa 2HAj 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 HO Roono Hanks A J Asburv viewing way for road it ii 00 v Â¬ Frequently Â¬ household which sprains and bruises Dr J H McLeans incut has tor many U l for use in such eacs Volcanic Oil Liniyears been the constant favorite family remedy Sold by Â¬ accidents occur in the cause bums cuts Hwungo Hi- - fiieen S S Combs A Cough ton for medical ervicos J W Drake services as jailer J M S II Hose bnriit clothes U T Center services as sheriii W R Dull services as special judge J T Center clothes furnished prisoner J M Rose services as countv superintent schools F Day burial Hollies J T David llogg tervices as county clerk Sidney Center work on load David Hogg turiifohiiitf de k for clerks oflico Daid Hogg rentier clerks ollicc Samuel Swango poor bouse commissioner S K Katlille for support ol self Thomas Juliet for support of wile Isaiah Spencer viewer ol load W F hilkins rent for cii en it clerks ollicc Center trustee M E C b rent ot church J John Wallen hauling rock on road J D Chambers for work done on pool house farm Chambers keeping paupers 11 C Herndoii services jus cotur to substitute records James Jlurlou viewer of road J T Center hiimnioning jury on inquest Isaac Tolson viewer on ioul 1 1 1 8 0 7 10 00 00 00 00 220 20 ti 17 IS 00 Thos C Johiisou cler F P Wilson ii W II Chambers ii H Hollon John ii Isaiah Spencer C M cjiiiir tt ti it it it tt it If rir oo m OO It tr it it it it J 11 18 00 55 00 75 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 oo oo OS 2 10 00 ti 1J15 75 2 02 tt Steuben Swaneo Cusiior Cable judge November olcction 1SS0 J K Cockerham it it it L Williams tt ti it J M Lansaw it ii Ii Dennis lirewer 1 Hanks Jr Evans ii ii tt tr i 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 L D Lansaw11 - II II IS J Jill 45 1 21 0 00 jj 18 Cox Jeflerson Ilufch W P Lacy T H J lor ton J 11 Lacv J II 1ieratt S JI Wibon D I tt tt tt t t II II II II II tt tt tt i it ti ti tt it tt tt tt 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 0l 00 00 OO 72 S 1 Allixoti Hoe 11 D Spnidling J W Wilson tt t It II it tt tr tt i Kit 00 0 00 00 00 00 T T Williams sheriiT II Alex l Lacv II I C Steele Win Cm roll Wm Lan aw Powell Hose II K Nickell S Shackelford 1 1 tt ft it l Â¬ Mon of Many Millions A look at the following list of nntnoswill show Mime of the men who have made fortunes by advei Using and it is need less to say 11104 i - 15 Wyatt J as H S won id J II Vest Ward Watson Jl II Little M Hose 1 ii Ii I 1 II II II II tt ii it t tt tt tf tt 00 00 00 80 80 00 75 m II It Ii II II Â¬ ii did the grcaK -- t amount of adver- Â¬ tising used the most printers ink Hoikafidler the coal oil baron is worth 70000010 and as it - a poor standard oil stock which doesnt pay more than ten per cent bis income must bo half a million a mouth at least Isaiah Williamson of Philadelphia the richest bachelor in the Uniti d Slate bus mad20000000 out of dry goods and has an income of 11300000 annually to dfopose of Leland Standfotd once thought he was doing well when he made lfK a year out of lawyers Tees Now he is worth from f0i0o00 to 1110000000 Carnegie of Pitt btirg is worth 20 that oiieuiL It recommends that tho Agricultural 000000 and pays bis foreman a salary lureau bo abolished as it is now consti- equal to that of the President of the tuted and that its offices be consolidat I nited States ed with and transferred to the Experi Weightman the Philadelphia choniNt ment Station of the Agricultural Col owns 2000l00 nuido mostly out of IVge quinine and mortgages That tho turnpikes and internal im Luekv ltaldwins wealth is estimated provements be placed in charge of a at a milhoard to be constituted for that purpose lion 200lilll and his income at a year to be called the Hoard of Public Works Editor A bell is said to have made li That a Department of iHtieo be cre of 000000 out of the Haltimoro Jriun ated to be placed under the direction Mackcv and Fair are said to be worth tho Attorney Jenoral whose duty it be to frequently consult with and 50000000 each shall virtually direct the movemeit Is of the Armour the packing king is worth iÂ¬ - that thoe who have made tho J rebuilding bridge across Hod river C Miller viewer on load i W L Hurst J C Lykins services as countv attorney for ISSfi J C Lykins D Cluuuuers services as poor house commissioner J C Lvkins viewer on road 1 Wm Vaneleave C C Hanks rent of Masonic Hall C C Hanks viewer on road IUmiiJii Minllw t II IW I ti o C Miller Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ F Hatton 05 Ii Swango services as county judge Perlina Mullins for her upport J 15 Taulhee M D for medical services H Swango I hat lor John Noble J IJ Swango for hall and chains for county nun u ilson viewer on road W U Mize making settlement with shorill W O Mize old claim II D Spradling judge of election II II S r Murphy J J I Lacy ii it Win Lacy l i I 1 00 2 00 I 00 00 22 50 I 00 00 250 00 20 SJJ 2 00 i 00 00 IS 00 I 00 i 00 1 00 1 00 270 00 15 00 2 50 1 00 IS 75 1 8Ti Stephen Swango elerl ii J hvniH tl C M anks Jr I 1 1 tt ii it t tt it i ti it it ti tt I A W K I F llobta P Hollon J II II it tt I t II I Chambers 15 L llonaicer J inies ilson J II A F Johnson L M Hrown S P Howe Peter H Legjr iHose It I I t 1 justice of tho peace oncdny tt i 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 oo 50 01 00 00 00 00 00 Wt it ti i It It it II II 2 2 II II I Isaiah Spencer J A Sewell David Iiankh Chambers J 1 II tt tt it tt ii 2 2 2 2 It II tt it tt it 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 S S Rose j oo fiO WU MM H Li Hose Kliii Shockey It ii It l I ft tt tl ft II II ti ii 2 M billies liurtou Win Vaneleave Ci iM ii it 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 II uu 2 00 f t M JW Â¬ J Â¬ S - -llmvi P - Stamper j t JJ 10 ohn Iroflit W L Hush L W Manel commissioner tvulfl M F OHair right of wav for aiv t r it ii 1SOII im lbw v- Aiiowrr at tiu Novimiik Tkkm ISSi 5 00 10 00 10 00 SI W I 2 00 2 00 OO Total amount allowed 1 Â¬ A Sewell David Hanks owwrTnawfMiwiwwiMfWlliviwawwfMtwMri 2 00 2177 1IOCG Clerl Wolfe County Court DA VII WNinr wwwiiiilBwMiwi KTt I miiioiiii Commonwealths Attorneys throughout 50000000 the State He recommends that the Itaihoad tSick headache wind on the stomach Commission be so remodeled with greatly bdliousness nausea are promptly and increased powers as to consist of but agreeably banished by Dr II Mc one Commissioner in charge of a bureau Leans Little Liver and Kidney Pillets to be located at Frnnkfert with Deputy 25 cents a vial Swango Sold by O Commissioners subordinate to tho Hazel Jreen 1 1 tWjr iurauaBiiJ For Fall and Winter Req uisites -- r as m f3Kv 8 i7nx 5TK mm VJX irm 7SSt yroiiiii na km m wm t RW wim mm RitvtfWWMMMn rSPs mSWZK ffl5KS K mtmwnmm m Mff Coni-min-don- cr in Chief Ii It lauds tho Hewitt Revenue Laws and mildly suggests that some amend ments may be needed U strongly recom mends nnnppiopriation for the completion of the Capital lUiildings utFrank fort It strongly urges the abolition of IloHMenl department of the State College tho Agricultural and Mechanical College and such other changes as rdiull make it conform to uo the Governors express-ioto tho purposes of its creation Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ n Cur very esteemed friend who signs Wild Injun is not as licet in himself his movements a th noble red man wIiomj name he takes or his letter would have arrived in time to have teemed a As it place in his dear old 11ikaii fo we reluctantly Tot ego that plea utic If he had only sent it sooner and he Please try again knew we wanted it and let her come on Monday When nature falteni ami requires help recruit her enfeebled energies with Dr II McLeans Strengthening Cordial and Hlood Purifier 100 per bottle Sold 1 AT S M BRAUNS FAMOUS NEW CJJT03RB MOUNT STEELING KY Unusual inducements in every depart- meat in mv immenso siablishniont Alter spending several nays in me mar Â¬ kets for merchandise at prices that touch every pocket and catch every eye 1 am prepared to show you goods and prices that are without precedent in this city My reputation as the leader of low prices shall be unrivalled this coming winter as every department is Idled with new goods and at prices that will soil them j j New Goods Low Prices UKY iOODS Mew Goods Low Prices CLOTHLNO I school of technology and science While the Governor does not in terms recom mend the abolition of the female de partment or attendance it is certainly easily capable of that construction that it bo transformed strictly into a Â¬ Â¬ Thousand of people an Her with back ache not knowing that in most cases it t a symptom oi uisea eu Kiuueys aim liver which piaster ami louons cannot heal The best and safest remedy is Dr J If McLeans Liver and Kidney Halm 100 per bottle Sold by L It Swango lluzol Green P T BnmunVo Lottor to tho Boys Air P T Baruuin the great tihowinau is ivt present engaged in writing a story for tho young folta tho opening chapters of whiclii appear in tho columns of the New York Family Story Paper issued Dee 10th I am now My Younu FuirNDs approaching tho ago of four acoro years and in the order of nature cant remain with you much longer lucre are some lossou J havo learned during my long life which cannot be improved too strongly on the rising generation All of you Hko stories so I will tell you a tory in which I can most forcibly teach theso lewiona and inculcate the virtue which every American boy can and My Ynu will find should possess n lad whom you will liny Tom Plucky Ad Â¬ Hko and you may ho- mire that hi mid ventures in India will interest you thrill you and mnko you feel wlion sro through that you would be glad to read a good deal more about him - LADIES FURNISHING IOODS COLORED DU1WS IOODS PLAIN PJiAIO and 11 colon-STUUEDTHICOATS OI ELEOANTLLNE by C U Swango Hazel Jreen LADIES AND MISSUS Magistrates can get blank Warrants NEW MARKETS and CLOAKS Executions and Replevin Howls at this HOSIERY CLOVES oiUee at 2r cents per quire bent oy mail FLANNELS all prices and all qualities on receipt ot price SHAWLS SHIRTS BLANKETS JERSEYS ETC UNDERWEAR I am starting this i easnn with over 1000 dozen of all the staple and standard makes of Merino Cnsnmers Camels Hair etc and will retail single garments for ladies men ami children lor Ics than other and smaller dealers in this town have to pay jobbers for Mime qual87tf ities Â¬ Â¬ OVERCOATS ENGLISH MELTONS DI A ON A LS WO RsTEDS and CORKSCREW SUITS Hand Made ROOTS SHOES if all descriptions MENS ROYS CHILDRENS FINE SUITS PUBLIC SALE FOH CASHMERES JIATS AND CAPS OF ALL KINDS TRUNKS AND VALItfGfc COMPANIONS ETC ETC New Goods Freight Storage Low Prices Tauou Agent IW 1 1 SATURDAY Ian 28 1KSS he following uoodi ruiiuiiniii uaeullol for W Taultu I S for Ky R Uv will soil for cash in hand on New Goods I Low Prices rnvKifis I o 2 1 ii iksKecl 1 wheat CllAHOUK 7P I WAICr YOUR PATRONAGE BALDRIDGE HOGAN SAW CO Circular and Manufacturers of Rest English Steel Long O C O J I vs BrUIgeijort Npvj 18th 1887 1 Ever your friend P T IUhnum box drills pku I XI Vai him icU box ropu fce H H rnni- - tSiu - loes h h jooi1m Viird H U bay rope Ac David ltiti i uiullw rope i II btf AtpiiuHagv i Irick Stumper J I II Kinif I I lekiiKC drill Slim Citle I UJ l Cone I TnekilKV oloihin A A Wt - i It A I luidt f s 1 pnekuge i lnx rem Ao J K In I box rope A II A I M Oliver I paakuge wheat Z aMeliell l paokngu I box IolnifilittiU A WIIKnnM 1 pnekngi T K Juhivxi I box 1 1 - AViiKw Ii Allt hiiuill lKK tM - tmmwmmL UM l- feftN - t kEKIHViyiiHuiS 1 lrN - 76 - SHKHI I LEATHER AND CUM BELTING Our CUuutiir Sunn stiuul at tin liriul of tlu market tut llirlr uifrfls in ivnimiin4lii loiictiatw- ami laitlrlty of tmpoi- ami niuillty of rftottl Ainu a full lluoof Ilunoh Maud Suh la xtixU ot our own intiiortutlon - Also Dealers in Files Glimmers Hwjhjos lmerv Wheels Work LARGE CIRCULAR SAWS tVt 1 1 A v warranted undlit Uok Ifuttnm Prices Send for Prlno IMt with Kcht DUcouiiU now SPECIALTY bel atntlon V W jctt TAliOH AucntltothwcU Ky rnpalrwill 7 Vine and 861 Water Streets CaNCtfMNAin O V Day Hazel flrcen Ky for to T work or Haws for orders Heat J bo promptly fonvimkd to un and will havo oar mytly- M M IW ir - 1 W I m liitu- 4 P sl hJu aa n t- vr jmxioititiT3uiusMiiammMMiiimmtfit f HE tj i u -- SBR ALD 73 eentH mi Transient advertisements inHortton Advurtlslng Rntoo lfi cents un inch for 1 j l hCimt insertion 1 firt -- sTNiiNn AnviirmrMiNTs nili veir I Je i 1 i Inch r JM l 5 inches t J vinrl 110 year 17fU your JiMiu liiichiS u u incite 1 SRfilSflHJElELirOHHP II MtDWAltlC 4 QUKKNSWAKK CUTLKKY MT STOVES TIN WA 111C M jllil ISONIO TSMlIj STERLING KY tlBmmMAimmiwlllHtmirn HERE AM THERE Look out for the Jtftl JJ TrosM on your H ilniotea Unit your lime is un ami HiiWrnuw Id it once the paper will stop dUlliU st churciics of thin place hjive been holding u Bcrics of union meeting forja week past the main feature of which ha been the dlv amnion of that old old chestnut baptism about which there ever has and ever will he a diflbrence of opinion Our reverend friends would do well to remember the lines of Under lie that complies against his will Is of his own opinion still However we hone in this instance there maybe no ill feeling engendered ami that in the end they may realize the truth or these lines And little tuarrel often prove To be but new recruits of love In union there js strength and in a community like this every man nhould feel himself his ueighbors brother and all should bUitul together for good in the Milli ters cause We regard them all as lrienits and hope to he so regarded by them hut fearing the result of controversy kindly admouuh them Â¬ The Christian and Methodi- Â¬ feet of walnut lumber from thit place Mon day for the hulling of which eight wagons and teams were required at n cost of about 3r00 for transportation to Uothwoll The panic money would pay the carriage to New York over a railroad mid yet It is Pinall pav for the wagoners iniiceu were n nm they could not afford for the return loads to haul it at nny reasonable price Â¬ J T F Day shipped 3500 J T Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY F DAY Lowest Prices holesale and Retail Largest Stock UpOll StaCKS OI j i us or wcddiiiR tr Ln nvtwwit tn imiV o presents and desire anything in the jewclrv or silverware Hue we think wc can make it interesting to buv now We have plain substantial goods fancy artiJ and novel as lien nun niiiaiii iui iv very small profit lold them iirtvit Xiniis we can duplicnte watches and vVllllilKIMI tat pneus no one canl i ti t it ii onmur- it Uliplicate UllS iiiuiiiiiiiuirtvijirite Tor Ky Lexington ing jeweler 111 R Heavy invoices arriving daily and stacks gOOCU3 lO moou w rit OI jirTccs Hcv re -- Mi U at the Methodi Sunday Church in this ilacu lust this week under the caption Kltlar preached Ve start a new department rogrel tlmt spnee ior- publication of our regular Cciler lMs the luuVii letter liecn confined to hinlionic tor sometime with rheumatism uua on the- htreet Tuesday Hon J M Ivash who lins pleasure of publishing u letter because the name pel Min wlio wrote it did uotiiiii their Aain wo have to forego tho 1 preach at the lrcsbytcriui Church in this place next Sunday morning and eeniiig at uiiiiil hours Row lOuffono Mickol will havoeonclud us from Mt Sterling uys until spring at t l not to sulvertiKL any more I A recent ad rertiser writing 1 which time you inuy be nnred m u u good advertisement bhall jjive world in a week to which your attention is especially invited if we have omitted any news items in getting it up we do not know it Itealiing that very many of our readers take no paper but Tin Hkkaih wo umnose to make it tins year tar more intetestingthan it has ever been before To this end the department referred to will be found full of freh ctisp news items in cluding congressional and legislatve notes every week This will be a compaign year and ull who wish to keep posted in the pace of progress should take TllK lliK So paper in the State certainly none AtD in Kastcrn Kentucky can so nearly supply all the wants of a subscriber at the price and everybody should take it One dollar pays thebill nud Cooper pays the postage Cash or its equivalent must come before a name will be put upon the books In this year eighteen and eighty ciiht Well take the cash and ki ep no slate Â¬ of tho brides father V M Jones near White Oak Morgan county Sunday Dec tones Joth rarmcr Adams to Miss Aorn Wc wish ltcv Johns Adams oiliciating Un Iiuiuiv eounlc a Ioiil life of peace and iiivisiiiritV mid the best wishes of the i i All over tin Jlevl goes with them i- Married At the residence ll ciLlt5 04 It riAHntntr Pvnrliipfl and School t Claims received in trade on notes accoiintsx ox J T J v merchandise atltf viy o A Young Wife Said toiler Husband uiav an Angel ni of My dear 1 dreamed lust night that you wine 1 n aml ivnM A loul stomnc i was ins uuiHiein iuiii such ilcwnnt night visioiw and awako feci lug iu though IVoi le who have no norvc unstnuitr wondering o his thev 11 ML lerooiwwill Pieratt closed Rev with mo would better take somo wmple treatment n gone ter meeting at Long ISriuieh church in Morgan ne oil treatment until their health ia themselves and put The its imlw ot Vvi county on Sunday last at 11 oclock vou th nk or the mthoritieH of a great city with a ownig ho nieetiiiL was in projMss for about eleven loake away tho filthy accunmlntion of trjel aUoyj ewerage days and the result was eleven additions to the church Much interest was maniiesieu w th all that i Weessary to carryingoff t he unchan u a i bod by the people throughout the meeting ol i ia to ow it aeeumulate and dcromiuuc bringing all manner cool and you head old Chinese proverb u JCeiT your feet warm your Anv anil everything that can he exe II sh well Mala a memorandum of this and try it and if you donL keep new type first class presses and bowels open cutedwith of skilled mechan- there is no truth in the world line paper in the hands ics may be had at this otlice ut less than II 1 JT 1 1 ml K to Â¬ eitv prices Send for estimates AIDolliee exactly what you want Special Correspondence Kentucky to get his printing at Til K It will pay any iiinii in Lastern and state lllu CALVERTS fslTTLE L5VER PILLS Will Ulm fr h vo N ail 1 shockiv 1 AldllN Iamiiton Mill OH Ky Vieillllll Illiril in in -- - rrrwiBBiBBiiwigBiwpry 1 to Public Sale for Freight and Storage on the LSth of this mke place at Jothwell month you had better pay the charge or uir goods will bo sacrificed n vmi arc interested in the A ille arrived very unexpectedly on night and weaie compelled to omit it for this week having niwionMy provided ami Mt up most of the matter for thin smi luiviug irom Frankfort Saturday evening position he sought b been defeated for the As the late Joih Hillings a combination it politix is precarus would have put Â¬ long letter from tfalycrs- Tuesday ITon V 0 Mizo returned The business of tho iiiulerMjrned will change in January lvS and it becomes positively necesMirv to wind up our allairs We respectfully but emphatically urge up on those who owe us either b note or at count to come forward at once and make It i expected and demanded settlement the hands of those who owe us to make at piivment In view ot the contemplated change of linn we can not run open accounts longer hence we hope no one will be a In windfronted should credit lie retused n iiu inr up our businwss wnieii niih oeihave pat manv years we thank those who ronieil us and respectfully solicit a kind consideration of the new linn which will attempt to carry on a business highly satis factory to the public in every detail Verv Respectfully J T A KDay Ky Dee Kith 1SK7 Hazel Green Â¬ Â¬ Announcement II Sebastian passed through here Friday He informs us that the company he sold his land to will be at his house in a few duvs to We hope he survey and imv for the tract We ha c room w ill locate in Wolfe county for him and many other such men commenced a select irahain Lilburn aehool at Lee City last Monday He is u line teacher and a splendid scholar and wo ure satisfied the pupils will get value re vKil Im- their moiicv rnnliiis Tanlbee near this place has been dangerously iU with a throat disease but we understand he is improving We are glad to learn that John Tanlbee of ltreathitt is out again after a spell of KllOKT fever - Shock ky Dee 31 Mines TOR K89W Q W FRES- HAND -- IVHbiVV l m i nonx of mn now ivcoivin- - Now loods Jiwl mv ajoclc i unloli iMiusistiiiL ol Drv Uooils i iSor VIJV- Mcrciianuisv ii n ap mul Shoos I hits ami ami UmiUI loots tiuns Ladiw i GLEAN - Cheaper for Spot I propose to soil them in this market Cash than ever before known oave iBff on me and you can r llavdwaro Jrories Drugs hmUllory and variety of articles too numerous and too tedious to mention hioonswaro Call nroiits wiiu I it i- p i ji ju k vb s fAW A lots ill Hazel tlreen desirable locations and houses new Also one livery stable and Call on or address lot Terms icasonable Fon Rams Two dwelling house and II I lease Fon I IllUAIT Jan si M U Marion whose adver vate letter to us under date of meeting in our railroad appears in this issue opened school We will haven large tisement which the aueni u Campion last Monday with forty eight city on Thursday niht at submit a piopositiou sehohus and lie Klids us word i anno of Mr Huntington will Having in vu w ute one half of them to my advertisement to the citizens of our county Coal mad to Lick son the extension of the iuTHK llrPAlP we agiee via of Itnzil ireen and should lr J a 0 Trimble in1st pri West Libertv Ky A MARVELOUS wliSiil h IHVEHTIOM 1 Â¬ A TlaWlllNtrTforiipljliirnntl 0 uuunu thi Jhick au conqdkkJilU J U liUllUUll liUUUUlUJ Ulckoy M HPJllPM Principal - i a John Jny - fiilnHliiliHonit w l iiU 8Ai lian ustcfiiiftiiiltoorvnllv Hi v Ilii i 1 k Neir Ilrfore fur IIiaIIuk lh Hltl TTo vnxuo no v arfaro wMmt irPV5 nni Uni rrifiirn iv Lrciiiti nil J Jit ti riiiuiw ln r tjl w H t o i iv liluh i inco W ill M cJrJnmW n Hi Id - It roail our advertisement in upon towns a large force will coinm iee to change of linn and credit If so the construction of it early in the Hpimg ivard mean idease heed our words which longer what open The piopcct of making railroads into the ur hook- - are no thev av rosi lWiI lis - of Kastern Kentucky are much CUU credit open only for settlement This applies to every eiistomer more favorable at present than at any time livnv distinction i without heretofore l lliivpvou LOOK ATTIinslC lMUflS fr tluiin nn v crU cntlmnflcriiuUcliiijlmvilailta lo 111 oirAP II IV run of hH11u- The eiihth nemiiiniiinl Hcuhion of thin in 188J Hlitiitioiixull open MONDAY The catiacioiiH n nv huililini whoao urclii teetural lieauty anil interor eomiletenem line heen so universally uJinin a will he lS ruA ly fr i5 lbs ttxlra C Suo ar 10 I GENUIIIE MGHEIIC APPLIANCES CLASSIFIED tr 1 - Jan uVi 1 wi rM Monarch Ulbs ar Yellow Sugar C Sii - MAGNETIC n w l oi spcctfully reminded that the patronage l 0 Lean a meeting at the Murphy sehooMiouse the place indicated in his letter does not 3 u protracted in Morgan county which will be of no be Qfi 5 a He was justify the publication and would ver Siwduv and may be longer unco 101 to the general leaner f w 1 doz Mb Monday to nee LTlcnnnd diange interest working up some interest we Oysters Hiieceedsin 1 doz Mb - loO 1ih linen but tarried only a littlowhile n IK iieeommodate him in that line Tomatoes 7K- Jallons Coal Oil for News is what wc seek and news which will nosloifico Tlio greatest riU nound be of the greatest interest to the a lood this tli itriot of Kentucky would do is w bat wc wish Wc return thanks the favor to have the mails for number Liylmiti fihtLu our behalf but for the daily Other Groceries in Proportion warded more promptly Out of even easons mentioned must declino the letter office on Wednesday night papers due this by way Is it though we nlinll make a few extract fault not one arrived Where is he MY STOCK 01 is keeping of louals possible that some poHttnaster IT l them out tor his own edification in the went to Campton on Monday lust commissioner to AND discharge of his duties as Coinpunv of Lexington has an advertise supply lost papers but he was suddenly of ment in this issue to which the attention to nlllietcd with sore eyes anu ru books all who need blank books or have I Day return home on Tuesday He is suffering cor- COMIMXTK bind is especially invited J T ii hi iniiiniid his e es are intlained a set of books made by this able to attend cirrecently had 111 you can he will be I can cell von as nice u miit picas but he thinks e mpanv with which they are much in t riterlinir lit much hhs cost to von court at Campton on Monday next cuit nud know an I KY OOODS NOTIONS ed both M to workinannhip and nricc regiet to record his nfiliction In WiS SHOICS HATS CA S JO will sympathize who that ids friends everywhereHIU0 wc ho lo fact cvervthin that is kept in u country Kxt store Call anil hoe me anil nno who will with him rtgatn oilers to send his paper to any record the fact that he is himself say PRO bring him u bushel of onions may well HltTNG as a breath bus of Dee For which I will breath can make us A the highest market Ooiiriev rournal ICourlcr Journal i one of our price ntrength to 20th referring to John Harvey Thems us and wc rat m for R the met estcemeil HreatliUt Huoscrioer embat the contemptible flings of lollowinp people i o u ooiirtcoiw compliment in tho KOTIIWEM KV rpolitnn press at the mountain The KcnttcUian on the notice lltoriiil we tight slink with stench who rlilos tuen- Ilahl Fork of Trouhlusouic Hilav niglit hiti npwsnaiier in h i Tbiii week to nut ii Mrnyeu ui 11 h itihrts u free Dee Mlith Horn tho stable of M e bind 8 an honor to lii State and deserves county one Sorrel Morgan puss to tho Comnorcial nni inuuini micKe t hut klnl of hihiion There ought to le I - too creek the Konticklun worthy of emulation traveler vni rewuin think his eTrtinplo her whereabouts me of Rev T Vierat t on Sunday Nobodvs Darlin is re- - Klour JOOlbs Anchor Jlour 100 lbs Salt 1 barrel Ql 2r 12- j7fj MAGNETIC iMI5TWMBJUasS lofunkk Bml forcuculiu rjiironrriin SLEEPING CAP for norTous iifjlinijrin l inCCJti I lit liiNiilMluUouU for lie l unrili etc Jtlco l by rcrr OATn RHIPL D8 will nod 1 1 r WrTETfiK5riWSi nonil fur circular nnfunL - K W ioriH oi uwiiiiin reaily to ive instruction in the com- will he and in mon Hiliool ami ihk1 nuiiin--iniiKii llllll lllllliniik li finl iittentiou will Iip pven to the train ing ot teaelieis Ihe past record ol tho Holiool iu ill best Hiiaraiitic for Hi future work Hoard ami tuition reasonable Tor full pariiculiiPS call upon or uildrew he principal nt lacksou Ky l vpiitciis SJ lh MauNfciu tifMy i flii KHniUh I i lniilriri s na for AlHHMAUYKIGKBrLS - lno LC MAGNET G PrSR SfviHrti irAiilft iirraturil will Kiy- n ll f Irleo ift uach Mtm Mo of li worn Mil - llllfl I insnector -- r salVer--peopl- e llice per U K FABNTIC ImineuitM - a r Htn k iii rrfrri V rrnv h 1 Rff RrSt m jn wx lillu -- SBLECTSCHOOL lloreau county The unileisiKiied will biuhi hdIioo In Kzcl will Minium v flimimMtlim In uiuf itWiii V Wi Lvf t i wiih u kindly Hiilieitu i UboruL niitronugo from nil IriomU of education Liteiature tal Min ic Jiismi i inoiiUih tivc i unit hIic - iw IM8KTtffi BSSKSgWa iutm iniiiiwTii irmnlo IllMlMlOriM FvcriTY mncral Mrrt Mory Niclcrll Mik Anna I Kieldn IixUriimuuTI iVI i i 3 I mil lk imui trifrli Irleo 3J Html for ctrouluri wtui iu RlltCLDT carp A WKiiM lite JVYK Vt biU totmllltH HfZfni 1MIIIV KMS llnvndonofthihiilaee The Transylvania Printing MENS SUITS Rloilm mr M I nmll hue f iiirculai Hciiil Blro of net I m oiiiniiUfn iniin vwaUeni niwl wnK strcimlln n Uir vral er iiriil refill VrlM 31 I tuiwat Irimrry Depurtiiient liiturinediate l II oktimtion jjj fj jt MM jiiiiiiihuli P IIIIU K BaRRMPT f thH YW B v OVERCOATS Ik I V lirniiHiriiritlty J iL a I rum will wMCIl or lilt vruii con mm leg mouiki H nil uo ty Hcinltor cifulur rromrt lhull vifcal siteflt Campton Select School with nuitahle art rn 1 fcos al wV MjKm MlHf fiV PT1IT1 I Music IJonnl per week M A Address M iu HY V N vvv CKKLL I lr 0 Mr Â¬ K V iiikllir yrfHlnerrtlilP Wi1lu inu ik iiieoircl iifrvonrtiorpr wif Monday Jan 2 1888 fuiuirtoUioloolly ronf haliiunnil SuIiooIh whoso tiMMilmrin UARUETIP FRAPTIPMMITTS imriiiri or hh Mlllllnil iiHaistnntrf The under ined will open a Sclent JVhool in the town 01 Campton Ky on Mi The Kentucky editor lr r luHiuu tUcen 4 wlllumt niPioliie Iln terinH have- - JiiKt uhiiiinl r I in tiyi IIllil YOUR DrCK 1 The ly iiiimw hftfiiT nmiiiKliiK nlsewlHrc nnu DW thf iiiitroiiucv ol uiu iunwu onrrntH oi tuition nrc runinrkubly low ami boardlnj witliin tno roacnoi uu Tvichciii of the Tub uro oKpcciiilly ill it nnr TKIMH mill il ro- - AH Biifj W TABOR iclu orioil SKSSSnM aldiSway V- Jan 6 Jsssi J1SJMtUi- - R HANKS 00 if Jlnillwl lin l cift f iiilioyonjiirfjiitorl tilt nmlA i ol - mine Ti iili tl ml of ijk liiii thu wriinhnn oC thov conirliln Hi nin fori o if crrv lii a Iv Wl ik olt ttl5 i w j fsSKI1 1 - W iV JUNOO WHOLESALE rwit MRlKlllll I J IJ II IllHl r i PttIMIIIilll Pl Jn cnltrUiir Or Ull 01 w I eiut na iuuro ot Tabor Ringoe llinWKKN but urrlvi I too lute for publicationdestroyed ij that WTDnv had his bam have been to tire a few nlghM since supposed the work of an incendiary Our rejrular raytown letter we note How you may TMI B t Tin IHkaii lotitors or M CUTTfi jJACKKTS OR CORBCTII rhrofilr rnwuirtU m tfart lumbago Irtralynli Ull of flir Uul pryf Inni 1rlf whi li tillir ii Il Vlllll lllflllO PJJ lio llVllittl hmnimJ lvult IA IDl onn AU oT Kiiltlnnc ribnr - Ill cn LMr -- VY win imunds of jiork or iouniU of iiork suusaqe or Mhol WtWiUrtatUr qilrelallhomouond th b I women in town and the uho of all Ing with to prevent Mr Days house go hawover the liarn ly cxtraodluary oftbrt Jatter was suyod ui i oninnl IrWi UliUuCllii No 29 Vine Street CINCINNATI aOly wuTXnlRoktVVtofAnpllHnVenfVM in miim reSS YT win tliouiina ofTrm Sni oVif tlincinilif wiiidb rV wnover ilw umlfte lot h5 jnot nrxltolh HI ni -- ii 1ri Hack Line Rolhwell Station and Hazel Biewi I J DAILY Jto5rConnici with tr itiH on Ky k H A railroad iimnilng und cYimingtVv -- SVnlilit They hold thtiP poworC juvcranUare Ten Komi clucKciiN lard or Ten pound of goo onioiw fiimhiiiliclof Kotl i e iftrdiViifihCtiu0 ISSfiiniitS fthnvc fnjw n riiJ rilStoro lHlcrorlhroueli Uw nitIJUtaotiliW nnVvnDM mivv iiiw ii in nii iiinnur axtrf 111 yonriJriiSrKM - V IPareSS 1 Weil J 9 1U4 Dcartiorii Bt VUitmtro Jluzcl Oiceii 0 p m uul careful driver yrnS II III CSaBAcD8aia Coiufortttlllu T nviii hMU M - MtsauM in 1 tPmm ii1 1 tOUR CONDITION Tho Dlbla Account is Not Exaff fjoratod When H vhvn Von Am MUeruhlo lllliitl nnil Niikiil Suniion by Itv T Do Witt Aat illume t I UiicoKf TV Tio subject of Dr Tnlmnges diRcourno thin morning was -- Salutation From tlio Chariot nud Ills text II Kings x 15 Is thinu lionrt right With mottled horses nt full spcod for lio was oolebratod for fast driving Joint tho warrior and King returns from buttln Hut seeing Jchotinduh an acquulutauco by tho wnysldolio shouts Whon wlioul to tho luthorod span Then loaning ovor to Jchomidub Johu saluted lilin In tho words of the text- words not moro appro priate for that hour and that place than for this hour and plan I should liko to Is him heart right hoar of your physical hualth Woll my kkIT I 1jo to hivo ovory body else well and so ttilit ask Is your eyesight right your hearing right your iiorvos right your lungs right your untiro body right Hut 1 urn busy to day talcing diagnosis of tho more important spiritual conditions should liko lo hoar of your lluanoial wol faro J want ovory body to have plen- Â¬ ty oT money ample apparol largo store Â¬ house and comfortable resident and I Is your business right your might ask income right your worldly surroundings right Hut what aro those financial qtios thins compared with tho Inquiry as to whether you havo boon nblo to jiay your debts tn lo I as to wlietlior you nro in sured for eternity as to whotheryou aro ruining yours If by tho long credit system of the houlf I havo known niun tojhavo no morn than ono loaf of broad at a limo and yet to own ugovorninout bond of llcavou worth moro thiiii thu whole inatorial mii- Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ nud como to tlio private apartment of tlio sjiil ami with tho earnestness of a man hat must givo an account Tor this days cry out Oh man Oh woman ftort immortal Is thino heart right I will not ii suit you by an argument to jirovo that wo aro by until ro all wrong If there ho a factory explosion and the smokestack bo upset nnd tho wheels bo broken in two and thu engine unjolntod and tho ponderous bars bo twisted and a man should look in and say that nothing was the matter you would pronounce him n fool Well it needs no aeuincn to dis cover that our nature is all atwist and askew and unjolntod Tho thing doesnt work right Tho biggest trouble wo havo In tho world Is with our souls I Â¬ question I ask you to day is not in r nrd to your habits I mako no inquiry about youi integrity or your chastity or your sobriety I do not uioaii to stand on tlio ouf ido of the gato and ring thu boll but coming up tho steps open the door 1 V0HC ho Men sometimes say that though their lives iniy not bo just right their heart is all right Impossible A farmer never puts the poorest apples on top of his barrel nor Iopb the merchant plaeo tho moan ost goods In Ids show window Tlio host part of ttr Is our outward life I do not stop to discuss whether wo all fell iu Adam for wo havo boon our own Adam and havo all eaton of tho forbidden fruit and huve been turned out of thu paradise of holiness and peace and though tho flaming sword that stood at the gate to keep us out lias changed position and coition behind to drive us In wo will not 1 Â¬ K ir Tho Bible account of us is not exagger ated when It says that we aro poor and wretched and mlsorablo and blind and Poor tho wrotoh that stands miked shivering on our doorstop on a cold day is not so much In noed of broad as wo aro of spiritual help Hlind why tho man whoso eyes pcrlshod In tho powder blast nnd who for these ton years has gone feeling his way from stroot to street Is not In such utter darknosH as we Naked why there is not ono rag of holiness loft to hide the shamo of our sin Sick why tho leprosy has oaten into tho head and tho heart and tho hands and tho foot and tho marasmus of an ovorlanting wasting away has already seized on sonio of us Hut the monuost thing for a man to do is to discourse about an ovll without pointing I speak of tho a way to havo it romodlod thirst or your hot tongue only that 1 may hIiow you tho living stream that drops crystalline and sparkling from tho Rook of Ages and pours a river of gladness at your feet If 1 show you tho routs In your coat It is only bocuuso tho door of Gods wardrobo now swings opoti nud hero la a robo whlto with tho flooco of tho Lamb of God nud o a cut and niaUo that an nugol would not bo ashamed to worn If I snatch from you tho bluett moldy bread that you are munching It Is only to glvo you the broad made out of tho llnost wheat that grows on tho celestial bills nud baked in tho Iron of tho Cross ono crumb of which would be enough to mokn all Heaven a banquet Hoar it ono nud all nud toll It to your friends whon you go homo thnt the Lord Jesus Christ can make tho heart right Kiwi wo need a repenting henrt If for tho last ten twenty or forty years of llfo wo hnvo boon going on In tho wrong way it Is timo thnt we turn around and start In tho opposite direction If we offend our friends wo nro glad to apologize Ood is our bost friond and yot how many of us Imvo never npologizod for tho wrongs we havo done Him Thoro Is nothing thnt wo so much need It is a horri to got rid of as sin It polluted Kdon It ble black monster It bus bl anted the world killed Christ Men keep dogs in kennels nud rabbits In What a h warren nnd cnttlo in a pop man thnt would bo who would shut thorn Hut thin foul dog of sin up in his parlor and those hords of transgression va have entertained for many u long yowr In our heart which should bo tho elouuoatbrlght est room in all our nuturo Unt with tho vile herd I He gone ye bo fou lorn of nn itumorUl nature I Turn out the beast aud let Christ como lu I Â¬ I Â¬ grewjons of tho race the anguish of tho of Sod tho sorrows of hell tho stupendous interests oT an unend Â¬ ing eternity No wonder His back bent No wonder tho blood started Irom every pore No wonder that he crouched under a tortura that made tho sun faint aud tho everlasting hills tremble aud tho dead rush up in their winding sheets asllocried If it ho possible lot this cup puss from Hut tho cup did not puss None to me comfort Theio He hangs What has that hand done that ll should bo thus crushed in tho pnltu It lias been healing the lame and wiping away tears What has that foot been doing that it vhcuild be so lucurulud It has been going about doing good Of what has the victim been guilty I Guilty of saving a world Tell me yo Heavens and earth was there ever such another criminal i Was there over such a crime t On that hill of carmine that sunless day amid those howling rioters inav not your sins and inino have perished I believe it Oh tho ransom has been paid Thoso arms of Jesus were stretched out ao wide that whon He brought them together again they might ombraco the world Oh that 1 might out of the blossoms of the spring or the flaming foliage of autumn miiko ono wreath for my Lord Oh that all the triumphal arches of tho world could bo swung in ono gateway where the King of Glory might come In Oh that all the burps and trumpets and organs of earthly music might in one anthem speak His pralso Hut what woro earthly Mowers to Him who walketh amid the snow of the white lilies of Heaven What were arches of earthly masonry to Him who hath about Ills throne u rainbow spun out of ovorlast lug sunshine What were all earthly mu Â¬ sic to Him when the three hundred and forty and four thousand on ono side and the cherubim and seraphim aud archan gels stand on the other side and all tho space between is tilled with the doxologies of eternal jubilee the hosannah of a re deemed earth the hallelujah of uufalleu nngols song niter song rising about tho throne of God anil of the Lamb In that pure high place let Him hoarus Stop harps of Heaven that our poor cry maybe heard Oh my Lord Jesus It will not hurtTlieo for ono hour to stop out from the shining throng Thoy will mako It all up whou Thou goest back again Como hither O blessed one that we may kiss Thy foot Our hearts too long withheld wo now sur Â¬ render into Thy keeping When Thou goest back tell it to all the Immortals that tho lost aro found and let Thy Fathers houso ring with the music and tho daiico Thoy havo some old wluo in Heaven not used except in raro festivities In this world thoso who are accustomed to use wluo on groit occasions bring out the bev erage nnd say This wluo Is thirty years old or forty years old Hut tho wluo of Honvou Is moro than eighteen centuries It was prepared at tho timo old Christ trod when the wine press alone When such grievous sin ners as we come back mothitiks the chain borlaiu of Heaven cries out to the mwv nuts This is uuunutil joy Hringup from Kill tho vaults of Heaven that old wine Let all the white robed all tho tankards guosts drink to the immortal health of thoso now born sons and daughters of tho There Is joy in Heaven Lord Almighty among tho angels of Sod over ono sinner that repouteth nud God grant that that ono may bo you l Again In order to havo a right hoart it must bo a forgiving heart An old writor To rondor good for evil is God says like good for good mau llko ovll for good dovil llko Which of thoso natures have wo I Christ will have nothing to do with us as long as we keep any old grudge Wo have all been cheated and lied about Thoro nro people who dislike us so much thnt if wo should como down to poverty Good nud disgrace thoy would say Didnt I toll you sol for him Thoy never have understood us and never will They do not understand us Un Wait till sanctified human nature says jou got a good crack at him nud when nt last you llnd him in a tight place give it to Flay him alive No quarter lonvo him not a rag of reputation Jumpou him with both foot Puy him in his own coin snr castn lor sarcasm scorn for scorn alamo Hut my frlouds that is not for abuse tho right kind of hoart No man ovor did ho menu a thing toward us as wo have done toward God And if wo can not forglvo otksrs how cau wo oxnoet God to forivo A heathen canto to an enrly Christian who had tho reputation of curiigdisoiiMos Tho Christian said You must havo all your idols destroyed Tho heathen gave to tho Christian the koy to his bouse thnt ho might go in and destroy tho idols Ho battered to pieces till ho snw but still tho man did not got well Tho Christian said to him Thoro must bo some idol in your houso not yot destroyed Tho heathen confessed that thoro was one idol of beaten gold that ho could not bear to give up After a while when that was destroycdln nnswor to tho prayer of tho Christian tho sick man got woll Mnny n man has awakuued In his dying hour to Jlnd his sins all about him Thoy clamborod up on the right side of tho bod and on tho left side nnd ovor tho head board nnd ovor tho footboard and hor- Â¬ ribly devoured tho soul Repent the voice celestial rrlei Nor longer dare tlolay Tho wretch that scorns the mandate dies And meets a lory day Again wo uuod a bollovlug heart A good mnny years ago a woary one wont up ono of tho bills of Asia Minor and with two logs on bin back cried out to all the world offering to carry their sins and sorrows Thoy pursued llltu Thoy slapped Him in tho face Thoy mocked Him When Ho groaned they groaned They shook their lists at Him They spit on Him Thoy hounded Him us though He woro a wild biiist His healing of thu sick His night giving to tho blind His mercy to tho outcast silenced not tho revenge of the world His prayers aud benedictions woro lost in that whirlwind of execration Away with Him Away with Hiiu Ah It was not merely the two pieces of wood that He carried it was tho truns Â¬ I Â¬ usf Thousands of men hnvo boon koptotlt hnvo tho bundling of a yard of cloth or n pound of sugar or pennyworth of of Honvou by mi unforgiving heart Hero Is ono who says l will forglvo Hint man tho wrong he did mo about that houfiu nud lot 1 will forgive thnt man who overreached mo in n birguin I will forglvo that man who sold ma a shoddy overcoat I forgive thorn all hut one That man I cau not forgive Tho vllhlu 1 can hardly keep my hands off him If my going to Heaven depends on my forgiving him thou I will stay out Wrong feeling If n innn lio to me onco I un not called to trust him again If a man betray mo onco 1 ant not called to put conlideuco in him again Hut I would havo no rest if I could not offer u sincere prayer for tho temporal nnd ever Â¬ lasting welfaro of all men whatever nionuness and outrage thoy have In Dieted upon me If you want to got your heart right strike a mutch nud burn up nil your old grudges anil blow the ashes Â¬ LATE NEWS ITEMS ThoIU Ilov John Power Ilomnn Catholic Bishop of Wutorford Ireland died a few day ugo Day tt Williams glass factory nt Kont was damaged by ilro to the amount of about CVdJ tho other day Speaker Carlisle says ho oxpects to hnvo tho ltst of Houso committees ready for sub insMon prior to tho holiday recess George L Smith proprietor of n planing mill at Akron Ohio has made nn ustrgn nient Ansots nbout 2000 llabllltlco some what more The Secretary of tho Treasury hiiifap pointed William L Learning to bo deputy collector of customs at New York vice William Jonos removed John Green Co wholesalo dry goods dealers In London England havo failed Liabilities SlftJOOO The failure Is attrlb uted to tho suspension of the Hank of London The Richmond Manufacturing Company Providence It 1 bus decided to Bhutdowr pormntiently their paint works which havo oeen in operation over foey yena They employ over eO hands Martha A Hnrnhlsnl doing bunincss un Â¬ der tho name of I Hariihlnol cnnl dealer iuMi O has made ai assgntnont for the benefit of tho crcditorH The liabilities and assets aro not given The Mormon poetess Eliza It Snow died at Salt Lake City a fow days ugo ajjed eighty four years Sho was the plural wife of Jou Smith at Nauvoo and was one of the central ligures of tlio church Lord Mayor Sullivan has been removed from the Dublin jnll to Tullunioro prison This wus done in order lo prevent tho hold ing of tho dally levees which have greatly lessened the hardship of Mr Sullivans nwuy I I ageslho wrath J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ upon them your pardon whether they will accept it or not Again a right heart in nn expectant heart It is a poor business to be building castles in tho air Enjoy what you have now Dont spoil your comfort in the small house because you expect a larger one Dont fret about your income when it is or per day because you expect to have after a while 10 per day or KM a year becaiiso you expect it to be 20tXK a year Hut about heavenly things the more we think the better Those castles are not in tho air but on the hills and we have a deed to them in our possession I like to see n man ull full of Heaven He talks Heaven Hcsings Heaven Ho prays Heaven Ho dreams Heaven Home or us in our sleep have had the good plaeo opened to us Wo saw the pinnacles in tho skv Wo heard tho clicks of tho hoofs of tho white horses on which victory rode and tlio lapping of tlio cymbals of eternal triumph And while in our sleep wo woro glad that all our sorrows were over and burdens done with tho Throuo of God grew whiter whiter aud whiter till wo opened our eye and say that it was only tho sun of tho earthly morning shining on our pillow To have a right heart you need to bo filled with this expectancy It would make your privations and annoyances more bearable In tho midst or the City of Paris stands or did stand a statue of the good but broken hearted Jonophino I novor imagined that marble could bo smitten into such tenderness It soonis not lifeless It the spirit of Josephine bo disentabor naclcd the soul of the impress has taken possession of this figure I am not yet satisfied that it is stone Tho pair of tho dress on tho arm seems to need but tho pressure of tho linger to indent it Tho figuro at tho bottom of tho robe the rulllo at tho neck tlio fur lining on the dross tho oinbroidory of tho satin the cluster of lily and loaf nnd rose in her hand tho poise of hor body as she seems to como sailing out of the sky hor face calm humble beautiful but yotsad utte tt the genius of tho sculptor and tho beauty or the heroine ho celebrates Looking up through tho rirts of tho eoronot that encircles her brow I could seo tho sky beyond tho great heavens Where all womans wrongs shall bo righted ami tho story of endurance and resignation shall bo told to all the nges Tho rose nnd tho Illy in the hand of Joseph ine will novor drop their potals Tho children of God whothor they suffer on earth in palaces or in hovels shall como to that glorious rest oh Heaven sweet Heaven at thy gate wo set down all our burdens nnd griefs Tho plaeo will bo full Hero thoro aro vacant chairs at tho hearth aud at tho table but thoro aro no vacant chairs In Heaven The crowns all worn tho thrones all mounted Home talk of Heavon as though It woro a very handsome church where n few ra vorod spirits would como in and sit down on lluoly cushioned soats all by themselves No no nnd sing psalms to all otoruity I saw a great multitude that un man could number standing before the throne He mo had talked that with to measure a golden reed the clly audit was twelve thousand furlongs that in llftoon hundred miles in circum foronco Ah Heavon is not a llttlo colony at ono corner of Gods dominion whore a mans entrance doponds upon what kind of clothes ho has on his back and how much monoy he has In his purse but a vast empire God grant thnt tho light of that blessed world may shine upen us in our last moment Tho roughest timo wo had In crossing the oconn was at tho mouth of Liverpool Wo urrlvcd ut uightfull and harbor were obliged to lie thoro till tho morning waiting for tho rising of tho tide before wo could go up to tho elty How tho vessel pitched and writhed hi tho wntur So sometimes the last illness of tho Christian is a struggle Ho is almost through tho voyngo The waves of tompti lion toss his soul but ho waits for tho morning At lust thu light dawns and tho lidos of Joy rise in his soul and ho snils up nud casts anchor within thu veil Is thy heart right Whot quontlon can compare with this In importance It Is j business question Do you not realize that you will soon havo to go nut of that store tlmt you will soon have tc e sign that partnership tint soon nnioiift ill tho e llllnns of dollars worth of goods thiu aro sold In Now York you will uot 1 Â¬ noiinei- win your iicaveniv rumor rorctvn you your trespasses An old Christian black woman was going nlongtbe streets of Now Y irk with a b iskot of apnlis that she had for sale A rough Bailor ran against hor and upset the basket and stood back expecting to hear hor scold frightfully but she stoopeil down and picked up the apples said and God forgivo you my son as I do The sailor saw the moiiiinesn of what ho had done nnd felt in his pocket for his monoy aud insisted that she should take It all Though she was black he called her mother and said Forgive me mother I will never do any thing so mean again Ah thoro is a power m a forgiving spirit to ovorconiu all hardno s There is no way of conquering men like that of bestowing - If you forglvo not men their trespasses 1 Â¬ -- Â¬ nny thing tfiut soon If a conllagratlon should stmt ut Central Park and sweep ovory thing to the Mattery It would not dlttirb you that soon if ovory cashier should abscond and evtrv insur ance coin pa n V should fall it would uot ulioetyiuf What aro the questions that slop tins side the grave compared with tho quustioiin tint roach beyond It Aro you making losses that uro to be everlasting Aro you making purchases for oturnity I Aro you jobbing for time when you might be wholesaling for eternity What ques tion is so broad at the base aud so altitii dinous and so overwhelming as the quesIs thy houri right tion Or is it a domestic question Is it some- Â¬ thing about father or mother or compan Â¬ ion or iion or daughter that you think is comparable with this question la import Â¬ ance Do you not realize that bv univer sal and inexorable law all these rclalloiH will bo broken up Your father will bs gone your mother will be gone your com panion will bo gone your child will be gone you vll bo gone and then this su pernal question will bgll to liip S Its chief gjiai or doploiv its worst osaes roll up Into Its mightiest nrignitude or mvcp its vast circle What difference now docs it mako to Napoleon III whether he triumphed or surrendered at Sedan Whether he lived at thoTuilorias or at Chinelhurst Whether ho was Km purer or exile Thoy laid him out in his coflln in the dress of a field iiinrhal Did thnt give him any better chance for thu next world than if he had been laid out in a plain shroud i And soon to us what will bo tho different whether in this world wo rode or walked were bnwfd to or maltreated were applauded or hissed at woro welcomed in or kicked out while laying of hold evcrv mo ment of the great ut ure and burning in nil tho Holeiulor of irriof and over arching ami undergoing all the time and all eternity is th plain simple practical thrilling agonizing overwhelming quesIs thy heart right tion Have you within you a repenting heart and expjctiut heart If not I must write upon your soul what George Wutouod wrote upoi tho witilow pauo with hU diamond ring He tarried in an elegant hoiiv over night but found that there was no God recognied in that house Hofore ho loft Jus room in tho morning with hU ring he wrote upon tho window pane One thing thou lackost After the guests were gone the house-i-ircame up ami looked at th window ami saw the Inscription anil culled her huihuud anil children and God through that ministry of the window glass brought them all to Jesus Though you inuv be to day surrounded with com forts anil luxuries and feel that you have need of nothing if you are not tlio children of God with tho sicruct ring of Christ love let un inscribe upon your souls I pray you that One thing thou lackest whatever else you may miss you may not ini3- Heaven It is too bright a homo to lose Your soul bin been bought at too dear a price 1 preach to you of the blood that cleansoth from all sin Casting your miis behind you I beg ot you to start this morning for the Kingdom Yosyoii say 1 will start Wilitam HI but not now made proclamation when there was a revolution in the north of Scotland that ull who came ami took tho oath of allegiance by tho lilst of December should bo par Â¬ doned Maclaii a chieftain of a prominent elan resolved to return with tho rest of tho rebels but hud some pride in being the very last ono thnt should tako the oath He postponed starting for this purpoito until two days before the expira tion of tho term A snow storm impuded his WU3- - and before he got up to tako tho oath and recoive a pardon from the throne tho time was up ami passed While tho others were set free Maclan was miser Â¬ ably put to death Ho started too late and arrived too late In liko manner some of you aro in nrtspctol losing forever tho amnesty of the tinpel Jlmiv of viii aro somg to be forever too late Humembfr the Irreparable mistake of Maclan J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tl Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ e Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I I Â¬ ing oveiy few moments while eating pre- Â¬ vents the usual flow of saliva ulso It washes it down hoforo It can have a chemi- Â¬ cal notion on certain poitions of tho food Ono of th t most pernicious habits to health is drinking several glasses of water whllu eating better drink warm drinks Thu stomach will not digest one particle of food when It has a tomporaturo below ono bun died degrees Fahrenheit nolthnr will It dl gest mm atom of food until all tho fluid Is first nhsnithcd No healthy person should dilnk moro than u half pint of some mild fluid while taking food nnd dyspeptics should uot drink n diop while anting nor for three or tour hours afterward Warh liij unUritic Vuliio or it Klntl Volcn There Is no power of love so hard to yet nud keep ns a kind voice A kind hand is do if and dumb It maybe rough In flesh and blood yet do tho work of a soft heart nud do It with a soft touch Hut there Is no ono thing that love so much needs as n sweet voice to tell what It moans nnd foolfe nnd It Is hard to got nnd keep It lit the rignt tone Ono must stnrt in youth and ho on tliu wateh night nnd day nt work and play to get end keep n voice that shall speak ut ull times tho thoughts of a kind heart It is often in youth that one get n video or n tono that Is nharp nnd sticks to him through life nnd stirs up ill will nnd grinf nnd falls like n drop of gall on tho sweet Joys of homo Witoh it day by day ns a poarl of great price for It will bo worth more to you iu tluys to como than tho host pearl hlrt iu tho ncr A kind voice is to heart what light is to the cyo It Is a light thai sings us woll iu shliius Klihu JJumtt n sultallo DWiiklng Whlto Oitlm Nlture never intended people to wtinb down their food while eating Nature wise- Â¬ ly pliccd salivary glands in various places in our mouths thoy secrete a lluid for moiutoning huskies a chemical uctlon of thu food atter mastication This gets the food in condition for swallowing Drink- Â¬ nge Dan Sholby manager or tho Columbia theater Chicago is about offering a novel proposition to his patrons Mr Shelby having acquired n landed interest in Cain forma will glvo to each purehasor of a reserved seat at tho Columbia theater for a limited period an order upon his real es tate agent for a building lot iu tlio town of Shclbyvillo located llftoon miles from tho city or Fresno tho county sont nnd 120 miles south or San Francisco The lots to bo thus given away uro each 85x100 feet upon streets sixty feet wide title porrect and taxes ror the fiscal your paid The rocont order of Princo Hlsmurck to tho German Imperial bank to rofuoo further advances on Russian stocks Is now as serted to havo been Issued solely to cheek tho active speculation uot only iu Russian Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ imprisonment John Powell aged forty years was found lying on tho sidewalk in Jeffersonville Intl the other day iu a dying condition It was believed that ho was poisoned but ho stated before dying that he choked on a chew of tobacco There is every in Meat on of a financial panic throughout Ontario soon Tho sus pension of tho Central bunk has been followed by a general decllno in bank stocks ull bank stocks with one exception drop ping from lour to points A dwelling houso occupied by a family named Roberts at Wrights Salion near Uranism Minn was burned a fow nights ago nnd two chilien perished in the llimes The mother and father escaped by jumping from the second story window both severely burned Il is stated that the Canadian government wil not talte any part in tlio worlds fair to be held in Paris iu lsl Several European powers havo declined to participate be cause tho exhibition is to bo held iu com memoration or tho French Revolution The Montreal French Chamber of Commerce has however passed a resolution to the effect that it is of tho groatcst importance that Canada should bo represented ut the inhibition The President hns recognized Frlcdorich Men as Consul ol the German empire at St Louis for Arkansas Colorado Indian Territory Kansas Missouri New Mexico Tennessee and St Clair iIadi3on uud Mon roe counties Illinois Kiyton Mayor Co cloak manufacturers or New York city have assigned ta John V Atwood Liabilities 100000 Tho Ninth National bank is preferred foriOOO It is said that an alarming scarcity of coal exists in Western Kansas and that the famine is dun part lolly to tho refusal of the Atchison fc Topcka road to furnish a sulllcient amount of cars Tho citizens threaten to help themselves to tho companys coal unless thoy at oace rendor assistance At Garden City last week n train was side tracked and relieved of aomo of the coal Paul Hloohm aged scvnnty clght n pioneer and part owner of tho Dolmonico hotel Leavenworth Kan kissed his daughter and hor child good by last Satur day night wulkod into tlio ynrd iu tho rear of tho hotel nnd shot himself through tho heart dying almost instantly A fow minutes before ho had two friends sign a document written in German which afterward proved to bo a will leaving all his property to relatives and fri rinds No cause is assigned Tor the act except de spondency or mental uberrutiou duo to his Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ four-and-a-ha- lf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ entlosm snapping clnwlng nnd biting at nil who ooinii iu his way doaa very llttl harm perhaps but whnt u vory mUcrablo I Tu man who upends his entire time In Urns he has of it If ho could butswooton htmnolf up so that graco would tlow from his llpj ho would find life full of now blwcd uosa tttitnl Vrubyterun upset during the night A young man named Jnckson In tho employ or tho United States government In New York who absconded n coujdo or months ngo with over 10000 has bion lo Â¬ cated iu Manitoba He changed his stolen tocurities into Canadian money before crossing the border James Wilson alias Tamos Ilunlon and Jud Wolcott two noted countorfoitons wero arrested by United Statos dotoct Ivcs at Wilksbarro Pa tho other day Their tools wero seized and counterfeit standard alvor dollurs found in tholr possesion It is said by the detectives thnt thousands of dollars of tho spurious colus havo been circulated throughout tho country and tho government authorities huvo biiou looking for the men for six uiontp vast Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ been tor some timo going on In Germany nnd was not a political move designed to tench tho Czar tho importance from a tluaiiclal point or view or preserving tho good will or Oermnny us has been recently published There is much to bo said In favor or the formor assumption uud ir It be correct It gives support to tho fours entertained In some quarters of nu approaching llunuoiol crisis In Germany Tho residence of Jacob West n retired merchant or Hingtramton N Y shunted just Iorth or that city wns destroyed by llro a tow nights ugo and Mr West who was eighty years old was burnod to death It is supposed that n lamp exploded or wus Â¬ Â¬ but in other foreign securities which has At -- - m k Zu prpp mbmm -- r-r To On ro c t Dcuvrr lit Ono Sight 4 i oi ij av j inauuratou u inn followis laat tran sot vieo an liurlltigtotis crprcss train Number Uac jjtiivn as Tho ifivtn ITthon depot comet Canal ami i daily Adamo tit vot ClJkUtrn at 1201 nr rum to Denver uolul arriving at WW mukiijr vlio i ra day tlio i fMJU Uhlcajjo to Denver in thlty fujr hours This trila umvcu at Omaha at f00 a jimaJaff iKo run to Omnliu in acvea 1 Drcttnbor lS thq liurllngtcn We Submit Facts to HcoJn Buraparllla UilMllcrolotry - rhouiiutiMiinniliik yon IrtioncatiMlutiir In rccanl lB Hundred t peoplo waonif fcrcd tho urii r- of rnutnnttiu pvrn In It r ever ot Xorri liavo ticca perfurtly eurud ly HikhIh Sciitriiln tlio rn ct Mo id ptirltlor It csrrciti tha ticMity of tin liloiu ivhu It It tlio niin of the dloiotttid fives i tictutli unil vUtr louiery pari n roracdy for If jnm nro alaictcU wltli tho intUlcltio wlncli litKoprrat hours CoTcspontlin fsihLtiiin froai Mj v iftiliixiliofii troubled n time with In lnaininUii miLkui icver to JhUiyoHf Direct veoiieitono that a un rliouiimt uiiiml nunIwt lu t riiiK Lotiiu thi hard rurl fur to jdo to and from wmi mo Ahtram cr more reul help frfiia tullu-herloerwnlk She tTlvr U lmitliMf Uofds Iruis ana no i Konverfor Sm Francisco and Snrrrtinriltn tliaii H 0 U fimn any ether uieilloliio i he lam tho 1 SaporbiqiMiiuaiit oa tainn jlfftiCojitiits Xumbor Chie icii runjRiutoiiu rind lined lo coiitist- Th iJrhifiioaH ran ftnrMwrlhiliit hprlnr ihnu ntir Inr of lcijKiiy cars and conches from la truly r jyl i elpiid mo or munli liiK wltli illous lotrpliiliui nurveei pritrnlioii or to Doavcr ciro Onmlm atul CiilcuKo oa rouo onwtl tho rheutiitln enricKtly rcroinnond It1 Mas K oJt cliango Meals nerved fur las tun hurlhifjum rottto dltiiug i irs as pas CAlieKNTUli IC iiliiiiiiuuo Mich West an tho MifiiOui rivor Omaha jciijora will bo ollwedlo remain in ttieir tlociMii car until break fust time roo that vmi Liulcot iwls vitilbo CD ic Q It 11 Soldbynll ftnicpiMi tl rix for M lropttrctl by H eai bo oltalad of any ciumkiii t eot C lUcKn CO A pot us ink luwoil Mim iiHatirit own or roiMUcua linos or by cci of Im tuKty iii 1 I f I 1 Hoods Sarsapaifia ICO Mmiuon i suldriaiic Oonl IaircayJi aal Ticket Afont Dosco Ono Dollar Chicago 111 A CAHn of fine liqntr has bcou known to develop into a cuso of dclliium jams Vijuhliyton Untie XVl DOIIUAN OJOO HIIOi the orlj Iiuil and only IuuhIi wiO tvdl H41IO Shoo In the world l4imU ciialom nuule IiiiihI eweil Iioo thin cot rrni CIO o HO What kind of a woman have yon for a Does hho nbttro her child real neighbor replied Mm Davis Slio ia No indeed ono of tho incit tender mother in oxist cneo lint you see alio bclievci in tlio old laHhioned Just Hour That Child Serenm caid Jlrs Knlth to her hirtter Mini Davis us tho oand of a childa ahricks outno u ror tho Harriott from a noihborH house W L DOUGLAS HJJ Ci SS 2 4 RT dfi Ef yJID Q lersTLCMC fen child nneds ptiyr ie she iills a itioon with homo nauseous doso lays the little victim Union hor lap holds his noro tll ho is forced to open bis mouth for breath when dovaooH tho dreadful mens Then come paid Mrs Smith No wonder the veils Wiry doesnt nhc uho Dr Pieioa 1lcaMuit 1 styles of ricctorhig When a Tho only 83 8IAMIiSsJ MJouluttio Toriil wlLti- out uicKn or null rinoct Calf pirfict lit llutloii and Iare ull J A 3tilcatrc A8 6tll5iO ViSd au1 ourauic as iiiuk y coiUiigiinrtiiUojaj u sf nil ui nr tt wt taA TELsSURGlCAL INSTITUTE tk - oiiur T 0tcm I m mM vr iS-t- 0 va - - ev w- - ihey are effective lurfitivo IolIetsJ harsh and are is easy to witinuL boin ah ays give them talioas ujar lums 1 to my children DOIIUIAH avno SIIOK It rdtcd lur liavy wear It not 10IJ hy your If Aler write WL DOUOLA Urocktou Unit IV ltuoa UlItXjtatKltWOltKlllUll Baa unc-v- Davit And so no said Mrs No 663 Blaiii Street I5UFFAIO N Y TCoi a H9osiitl Hiaet a pleasant MceBBtdnal ISome organized with A FULL STAFF OF E8GHTEEM PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS And exclusively devoted to the i Bl ri 1 -- every word you tpeak is a lie It Klityoa are my niettv inihs FUfnidi Mutter Tho Iltllu Seed Allttoxml ly in tin u let mhi A llttlOMlitPiit Imnrd ii tlnMiiiu uinilVtrrntli A litll drill wriiv hy K rinf lioll lnt ilUiiiihiKUtliCf lirutijiliill tlio wliucj aLIaft Rut Ji Hcjwiso in time CIiock tho little eouh cure tho littlo ehdl Ilspell tho little pain ito tho littlo ailment becomes th stroiiL of disease Dr Pierce b micoiKiuorablo fii ioulen Modical Dis every taken ia tme is u loai uy jor iiieso jus smvking of in ritnl inaeliinoa ta the liiiiul UttlcrniiKli kImMkI twnsoiily IIkIiI ultlc clilll clinuiil tliM tiouiM if invlit llttlo limn ritiiic iikI hi ii iikr TlHii iuiiuiiiitliiii lilil all lil ltavu triiuth low A A itnlillv lliuerariiiil ton ia ut nil ivniiitoiuHiire removed fcomn ilnriIitwithout knowtiii nil tiling nheiit It amy Ito cry htiintitjK niiiiibcrlt coMk von nullum lo roulire the merit of inn trentment foryoarMU NVenriisnihtimtly curl iik of loiift Rtandiiiu -- wine Unit hwre been tniMt d niniinlier oil linen and tho put lent deeJurodtiimbio to liven weelt ilvefull liltir of ciKciininoime kos how lontr nlllktfdete Send lor free pniiipliletcun tniHiiKtOHtliiiatitaK fendiiVNtnatmiiiiifiiriilhia Jruo liv mnll If von ordei trlul you mint return tlilnmfrlleinent tons with lOient In Htnrati to puy poktio ipllepy KlU positively curcut H H CREFW Ji 30NS M Oc Atlanta Oa Itli liofct wonilei till niifcsi iihu TiKotit hlo n uiedles entirely lininili Itemovu nil yiiptouii ol Droiyln M toaUiiy tho Caio imllvith proiiounruil hopoU lief tpliyhli inns Krointlrstdiehymptoiim 1 Have treated TREATED FREE pml Vny I treatment of all Chronic JHseascs i oontiili4ittor Thla linposlntr Ustahlislnnent wn3 tleslfrned nnd creetetl to noooinniothito tho Inrjro miaittcr of Inynlltla who visit ntiffalo from over Mate ami TcrrlWin us well hi lioni ninny foroiirii litntls thut tliey intiy avail tliemwlven of tho jiioresslonnl crvloou or tho fctuir ut oUIIirtl BKcuilifta ia itiediulno uml burgury tiiat coniposo tlio Faoulty of thin widely cclclmitcd institution to In kat cei w oian JaolaelV 7iiIiiii i 1 Ey s Cream Bam SBSSSSSfel Is Worth 1000 Is any r vvifVftWik Jlclilc SSlMAHrWOHAN 7vf3l mrl iaivR or CHILD IltOM r Kf villerrt but we liavo observnl lliat tiho UHually attends frenuino menl She habioutho faithful handmaid of Hostit iiittora emlyepKh trH Ktomuch That is from nntho A in its career because meiienu mid o hor enlighten d people have perceived that it really eradicates fover and ngm Kidney and bladder complaints dyjx ns a vonstipatJon debility and nervous troabii s Rny tho Wti Tiioh It mm tsm GATARKE Apply tlaliniitoi acli iiott il ISMiiLonu till hi N liOS V WANTED 1000 COPI ES Invention of thu niro Is it not a marvelous uckico of accuracy which enablea an operator to exactly locate a fracture in a Biib Our veiuriihlo umriao calilo nearly threu thotiRind milt Ions clerk of the weather Im become so thoroughly familiar with the most wayward clement of nature that ho can accurately predict their movements Ho cm nit In Wuhliliiton and foretell what tho weather will Imj in Florida or New York an well us if several hundred miles did not intcrveno between him and tho plucca named And so In all departments of modern ecicnee lnt ilrtl 11 lilt Lwhtwtrlftk nf ivtfilln j sfon From theso Beleatists deduce accurate con of distance So nLso in niedi- iGNS OF u chiGlom i cnnlk ttill iiviiii iiniioH uuihy ti iuun iiimiKHitmtuiu reason of thin fact wo or svmntonia and DlSESE II chrns Ikcu enabled to bblime ort lnatc and jicrlect u iifti Vtik i iJ tilt itinit ikiii II poreouully tho umuro of clirotiio diseased without uocinc aud I Hv onr oriirinul illuirnosis trcnt innny elnonlo diueuses Juct iu buccossfiiliy without us with a personal con- Â¬ Wlllo wo art ahvaya fjhul to wo our patlentB unil sultation iMCoiao acciuuiatixl with thoin Bhow them our iiiKtitutlona unil latnlliiitiJ thcin with our HUin of treatment ct wo hito not feen ono pimou In live liiimltvtl whom wo have euretl Tlio per aro with which teit auuuicu particulars inbuientlstaseveral ciialilctl to deduce tho departments apprnra their minute nhnobt mlraciiiouo if wo view It in the llirht of tho early aires Tithe for example tho clectro iuannctlc telearnph tho irrentoat AILWAYS NECESSARY TO SEE PATIENTS HOT system woenn of cMirniniaic n f net our pntletitB In rccoanlzlnpr dlseancu without a peihonal examination of tho patient wo claim to posoesM no mirtciilotio powers Wo obtain our UnowIedKc ol tho patlenfn disctiBo by the practical application to the praetlco of medi Â¬ cine of wclNcRtnbllslied principles of modern nclenco Aral It is to the accuracy with which thin nysteai hw endowed un thut wo owe our almost world wide reiuitatlnn of bUillfully ttvntlnirt Jinjjcrlinr or chronic atleetions This nyRtotn of practice untl has pas3S32n the marveloiia nucecBS which fact been attained that ilivtwu fltloE tbrotiKh it demoiiEtrati tho dipplay certain phcnouicua which beint nub IrVUoMITI E Jeetetl to ceientlllc anabsiH furnish abundant and unmlf tahnblc datii to Knldo the Judgment 0f tm fjiilliil prnctltlouornrlKht iu ilctertufniutr tho nature of disniMtl eonditlona Tho uuwt ample reeotirees for tientlnir llnirerini or chronlo tllseascB hihI tho irentfit skill are thus placed within the easy reach of vxvry invalid however distant ho or die may icflido from tho phypicians making the treat ment of Giieh affections a fipecialty Full particulars ol our nriiri mil fclctititle HMcmof cxnmialnir and treatlnur patlentn at a dis Â¬ Â¬ Uiri ll HI 11 -- V tance me contained in Tlio VIooplooM Coiumoa Noiiho Pierce nicilicil Ailvihor II rations Hint Ipost 1WJ0 piirrefl J1nail paid for 0 overW colored nail other illuat Or write nrvl dcscilK your fiymptcuiB Jnoloslnjr ten centa in stamps ud a complete treatise on your particular disease will bo kent you with our tcriua lor treatment and all purtlculnia 11 M ri thor marla KOI It in tho ambition Hustu i of all Prussians to TlMlOAT V COUOIIS ANT It nlc novo TJO liiaieii liroiirhml Ha e changed my mind respecting them I think better of that which 1 began Bold only in roctf - Disoitnnis ec pt v K HlliH tiiiilct iiik lii i ten mitiiit liiivini HUM llf P llO I IMHIIHllll llllltllKU 4lMllttoll an nit lliin- - iirrMin enn taLii oi lilt Foi II and Ixi muh4i II Ik iiimmIiiI fm irfiTiniii liy ij cIiikhh rtiTjr lit It iitciiii v ful in mill mihtvii MlliHlloiis Aiilv Itrim Jltfiu nt iiliiv itnl ll xiii tan u ourc tt tovulilif milt ton v ill ffMi ii larvtit Vli I Ill IIhI Milium m Jiim tfcii ifmu AiIiIkh diUltei 1- 0- Slate St CHItAGO HILL STANIAlit UUUK CO think-Jngwelot-llo- hoccs Henry Vaid feeehor tlio najikin ft2513 AliD LUHG Pp2 Ttnontnirui d I V Mli ItvI Itieit tlto IliOCTOn IIoiik W W Aaiiut IfUAii 1 IUnja sIN llr Mivor tc ClutMof ItuC oluniliiu Ktw Mud intd I will tuHitf JiriiiiiiJint Vain Iia nt Uiutcraity neiltliiruluipu of Pi miCela 4 Oot WullpfiiiivOilIri claHfcHutJhiilriiiquii Unltftrwity Ae rrOsjictisluHV VBUt from 1llOLi VUlbimkl Hi Illth Avu ti V IliiSpfcniKt hooiii friend vvi njr Tim cleansing nutiseplie and healing finalities oi Dr Sagob Catarrh llemedy aro unequaiied ol tiiiiih i Iin nearest oi ktn ltn out holly ntitihe iirllllrlul NVKleinu Ant honlc lenrneil in v n reitditin A U GSS3 Emn at 700 a yoir a Tmgeulife JJraK n in Mitjnztic tuI llonicriatliic CiitiiilKiiie Send It iimit M D 1ncc hi onciaiiut i Koi all men are bruo bat an old toper Dulu h Jara reaaadK no o a lye noueros Complete to J 1 U ymjilier A tt tIurauuLilistrn3IatrnLf Lsji4rwnITntjuoniUnoU Uiuuvuitiedlln liiUio tiflGas rsnvratli1 xre lo flolf Io uilMiiTcurodiii no Oio world rasas iy Jir only ono rt tFMifSciirrrnL fifluntlllerowQrfiil Itntublc Avoid Irarilj Vi otcrnODOcurril HrnttPinpfiirpainriilit sxerfitonnoiloblo niil JtJectlvo AIJU KLLOJtlO ItrlTU IOIt rIORHE iMiimllM lilUKAbLW hlh IiKIhvtc Doawii mother-iu-lr- v man lefim s to hnvo live wi h libn because DM biuiitor in 8J tVuiiosh Arc Chiwuo ths doesnt ngiuo White capp with liiui V tho nuiscH Iurk ft 4TwaRa lucky thlinr for Noah Webster that ho didnt liavo a chance to employ a cnligrapli operator whoa ho got ap ins spell- Â¬ ing bnoklm7if Tmr ci A wnx wnniru is one who Invests in oil territory YVim btjtfri A manm tPiapcr is oao of tho few thingn fliieli Improve by disum- tlwiun Im rnit DNndosentTikoto hohtared In the face except porilbly when it is vlctoiy that Uous Jlai r Jlauili Im plea ol tho linancially cialnnas - liMsr ltKAJi i I rwiitii iivk2 in i ou eJJvLfltAVKfllt IOIMaMM asthma nimicific iiiiniiiinniliv ilTr llellniittrrriif f tivr kiilLLIllSiMltl KAIIIKCra llottni Uukc Hut kirn tail iol 1 rlbIibaTWI MV VKA KM toil lv irilrucgUti T IMA L n rintrlilct tKKK b UUl hnillor liit lckgi ujillKY li 1OllUM A CO lLJ2M 1 pa efc ASTHMA n ITU IW Onrrefpomhtiio Solicited Old leJteledHinl tlehiyed etiffll Nn let oitlun elnlni toilet ted Olreiiliir mill Inrniniatlon frou Aildrni- - IlTOKiU I I I l Cliilsi AktilriilluiiiiollsllKl ALU A i0 lliiuntlet rollei tid rurefully einnliied perlimco riitiAoiapiiu MOMIHI1 CLAIMS RWfiS proeciiteiltltliout ice oiiliM hiieie-s-- I nl ail enrtKx- IpiihIihihiiikI i swain isLovo mo Jlti rluiut J nutl i little love mo slior Wurs is n u7s7bond llxoa tavern When it is called In 7V mi JIhik A boy out at tho elbows was asked tho 1 lauglieil in my ciase and lopMcd 1 butst thcin sleeves until Tim waves of old ocoaa aro by no moann ready to sleep when tliey put their whltu aji3 on V rvr nuriir Slirf il trn oict untir In triifCim lkirrUnetoltiecikry rnrtlcwltta lire ir Crnunuii Detertho Iluiiiiu olliiisClsii jtl0 ml HinftTi liiiie Hici eli Iuailrm STi 3S up 13CHtnl 1liVxW Iulllli 8 XIU4 ruckftliilhty IkrfiVWnnirl KliblilifItillu IVuitnt liiou Hi TECTIVI lke A uiiiliitlliaiMiiitlnirllimlit UU Semi fur lai pm III C U unliliisloti Mrcvl IiIcmki III INFORMATIOKaKl 1 It orAiiem IIIIIMIN B ltnit Kistt twtlltr W au i 1VMTluHl Allk N V 0 Jleiujunr The petrilicd body of a man was found la a well la Iowa tho other day Ho inlirht ho called a well preserved man nnvhow Ttxas blJttuiH tKltiliiifm In PWy USLibyS mnil nou ijiihiilnttrii0 UnSMIM illy I w ATGHES FBOM SI25 unit tin world MainporMiiiutiioiii VMlllllollM Iojiiu WAll ACl I llii i u t uia ClllllWO WKTsfTT U The new uuibrullu has a match Iki In tlio handle Mnnv nice parjnols are niro nateu lnaklng dovleus thomsclves lintiith Juru yraplter Srfirerlr Uii ltlon rullorhytoinonire Cuitllij MJ01VAfuCliicillliull0 i- nr J A Treatise on Chronic Nasal Catarrh price posa paid t wo cents tiunaiMUULW OI- H0llU MVOf OOIUplttl lit Ilnr- I HlPAFR HP i Hiluaio CoiiMtlixiiioii hruiilc UiOklUlti oi ajipe norms iiiul KiiiilrcdiiircciiiiiiH are iimonir thoc chtiiile discuses In t he Htie- fllPtOTinU ciallrity hate UlUtollUll eesrlul treatment ot which our CmcncowKotUinBaaitJ Many ot tlio Higcasca attlillPU ifieat siieciB nffiitinir he liver nnd othei orinias contriliiitlnir ill their Inac tions to thu pioecsa of dlRCtinu ao very obscure and am not intreoiicntly mlntaon by both laymen and physicians for other maladies and treatment ia employed direcUd to the lemovtil tf a dlseiiso which does not exist Our Complete Treatise on llKawii ol the llHPBtivoOrKwiswlll be seat to uay adtliecs on receipt ol ten cents in poiUjfe staniis OiltlcniTS VISRAE DIAIinTS nnd I tindietl luiilnilic s have been very larircly Healed 1NEV 1 and cmes elfi eletl in tlioiiMtuIn ol east s which had tllseases nro Htopjoro I been piinouneed beyontl hipe These by chcnileal Ulohaoto 8 Jndil diiuraottlcattsl or determined me urine wiiuoui u pcrMiuai exaiumii- auaitisoi can tiou ot luticnts who thoroloro goiiorally bo tliclr hoincb cMimination ol sitecotttill trcaleit at and inlcnwonlcn The study nutl praetic ol eliemieil analysis the itriiiD ia out tonsitlenitloii ol casfi with releirnco to correct diagnosis iu which our iustUutiou loin iifo became famous has titirurilly led ton very extensive practice In discuses of tho urinary u world has liccu mi orirnus 1rolmblv by other iuMHiition hi the inulatlies as tlv old biiIIcis from ilili cliss of larKClv piitroiiled Mispt usury aud Invalids Hotel Our and worlil litiivd WotltlH a vast ami varied experience npeelalists have acipiird thioiiJi in ilefi miniinr thu cruet natiiro of each ease K real epertness and hitiee have been stiecosriil in titrfi adapting their lcmcdlcti loi th euro of each liidlviiluil cuso iiainuna clirMtlil lift o vnfttW if riffi1 rart Til Iimi with lvlt spitlJl t thoroiiKhly lumilior evuet tficiniind lAIITnU UAUIkUlo win U eniiinetciit fn iseertniu the ioiwlitliiti nnd stiiro of iidvaucemeut wild ii the tlixeuso linn timdo which can only bo ascertained by a careful chemical untl mierocopieal examlmitlou of the urino lor mcdlcinca which aro eiiuitlvo in oao stujjo or cotnlitloti aro lenovn to tlo piwiMrn uitu in others We have never therefore attempted to put up iiiiytlihur lvcouuncndlu lur ueneral sulo through tlniifdisthBiiperlor remedleH to euro theso pnisoBsiiii very hnowint lull tlls uwes altliou oxpefiitiee that the only sato ami hiicccss well troin an cxtensivo Is to ctrttfully detennlno the iIIrimiso and ita nionicsn Iu iul eouito inn it ease bv a ohemir tl and microscopical etiiinlnatldii of tho urine and then adapt our medicines to tho oxuet Hiiku ot thotlis eme aud londitloii of our pitleut To this whe oourso of action wo nitrlbiito tho marvelous Biicceis attained by our specialist Iu W0H0E0FUL that Imnortaiitainl extensive Depaitment of our Institutions devoted exclusively to tho treatment Success of diiMSjtof the Icldnevs ami bladdei Tho treat- Â¬ ment of diiiiises ol tlio urinarv orirans havlnir constituted a Ictdiuu bratu u ut our practice at tho ImalidV Hotel and lUKieitl lastltiitcaud bePiir in coiittaut receipt or iiuitieroiiH lutiulricA for a complnto worl on the nat me and curability of thebo iniiiulUb w rltten iu a stylo to bo easily uudci stood wo have pul lis ied a lnrRi lllustnited Tsiitllso on thejv diseases which will bo sent to anv address oa receipt of t it cents iu postugc ta nips -- liten an important pcciulit We iiuhliuh three Fcoanttu boolcson Nasal Throat antl Iunir Ilseas which Kie inueh aluable Inloiination and llMiuehitis i It A Trcaiito on tomiiniptlon Itiiyn--itifi A Treatise on nliuia Ihthlfile iniee post paltl tea i enlb tivatment prhc pot paldorten ceutb Kiviair new nail mieeetiil s OiSESES j TIic treatment or IMncHKCuof tho Air IumiMtHiil and Hainan mich us atairli iaryn Cluoalr Uills Etroiielilllv Atlium aud botli iluouhli eone Ioiion tupl Ion our instltutluiib coimti sponiieiiee uml at 11 m j PIEEaD OF STOCESS -- r0i Wo have u i peclnl Department thorouchly or raiiUcd antl tlcvotetl ctthiMirl to the ticni Diseases of nient of DIseiLscaot Women livery case ton MiltliiK o u Hpecinllhts whether by letur or iu person is aivcu tho most caielul ami eotisnlei WpagL uic attention Impoitant cascs and wo art lew which hnvo not nircadv liallled the hlll ol all the homo plufiiciaus has the licnfUt ot u lull Council ol slcilitil specialists Koouis tor IiuIIch In the liiMtliils Hotel ait teiy pil vote N iid ten cuts In stamps lor our liutre loniplcte Ticaitse on Disiisehot Women llluetiiitcd with iiiiuiciouh wood cuts and eoloted plates 1UU paaci KIIiNIA llrcnch or ItlPTURI- no Rdigal G matter ol how loio itandiiiK orot wluit mv in piomptly and permanently cured b our sieeiallsts witltont tlio linlVo nttil OF RUPTUflE which one ol our painpliletfl on nervous diseases any ono of which will bo eont for ten t ntsln iostiro fctampiwhen ictpiest for them is accompiuiu4 with asmtemeut ol tt case lor consultation so that wo may know Ticatiscuiornd J i Illustrated Treatise Abuudait iclcieuccs tipoii vtltltout ilciicndcncobend ten cents tor trtiMio J- IM i B H IJIfilS FnViIIIin and other tllneascfl nffct tinjr the lower bowel t aie muted with wondcilnl succtm I ho worst cases of pile tiimois tut peiiiiniieiuit euied in 111 teen to twenty days Send tin cents for JlluLtintul Ticittlfo Oipinlc won ness nervotiH debility premature n-- -i f - miiiiiy powci s uivoiiuuiiry vuai jsses Impaired lniMiiiiv tiieiilnl iiuxietv nli Uticu lliorjecrp jot will power un laneholy wcalc bach and lcin UlOCilOXO i dreil nifet lions mo snccdllv thoiouchlv aud nei- AMUfuuuunui - tiitftiiit i fmrii To thoso actpiriuttd with our iustilutloim It Is hardly neccfijory to su that the Invalids Hotel and hiualciil Institute with the brunch cMahllshmeiit located at No J New Oxfonl Miect botithm lhifjlautl lane lor many yems tnjojed tho distinction ol beiiit celebinted instltiitioiis the most lurreltill paironlod and wltlelv III lIlflHI ri lli ct IntiM tvliu iu I li uwiflil In tnvilliwn1 mill Illln arise troui j outli ul indlscietloiifliind pernicious sollturj jiriiditis AVe many jcars iijio established a special Department lot the ticarinent tif theno diseases tuitler the inaniiKcment ol same ot tlitt most slilltnl dIivsIcIiiiis untl Buret onu on our Hlalf Iu oi th r that all who apply tous niluht leeehc till thoadvaatiiKCSOf a lull touueil of - the most cAperieiiccil specialists n f r vto oner no npoiopy lor uevotina an mum We Offer attention to this iieKlcctctl lass ol diwisis bcllhia no condition of hiiinnulty Is khi utuuait I UlCbO CllMH Call iKl tlXUled Wllll at R UaiT M09 flunrn bUHnU AT HUnfc dlctaneo Just as well nn If hero Iu jK rson A Oompleto Trontlno ltn paites on f hewj diBoases sent rralnl fa plain citvt law rccurc from ubtcrvaium on receipt of otily ten cents In Ffaiiiifl for postatfo B wretihtu to merit the synipnthj antl best services of the noble prolcMilon to which wo luliiiir Miinv who kiilVei mil these tcrillilii diseases contract them Innocently Why nuy medical man Intent on tlolnir koihI uml tilleMatiiif tiuireriuir hiiouki sunn sueu cases wo cannot liiiiifine Wli any one should consider it othei wise than most honoi able to ciiio tho woist curs of these disease wo cannot untlerstand and yet of all tho other maladies which alllict mankind there Is probably uouo about which physicians in ceneial piacllco know no III tlo Wo shall thetefoio continue iih heretofotu to treat with our best consideration Hymputlinudriklll ull applicants who aie uutfcrJiiK fiom any of thcto del lento tlisctses Ho Apology 1 1 i - ninil Full lii UUnC rnCKLrriifliei rumr Hlndlii Send lor lrleelM VOIUC lltlMHVI WDIIKS York lu I HSCAI for Poultry Oruiiulntedllonarttid nlmuei of comjiosltoirt have hot a nr rested ia lenlm tor bolng AnaieliMs lliev wero probably driven to it by editorials on A llUrflC n bjiisiui hoot tccplnirftiiiiiinhlp iahp JUlliV Shoilltiil elo iViroullvluiiArilh jlit - CiifiilJi A bolltlcal economy rraqK E s nfi h Meulmnt 2uli AddiCiJlllKOVMVXffufVii DAY RiiiipIph worth fl B0 TO S8 A not inilriln Will f I UTII Ill Aiitlnttti oretrll littrilcliKinitntnirll I tiiiiplirrfr MUX I i lire rurAMstomix luruNt UKkllhirllbArkrY III IN IlllUltll 10 IUIIlfli BIL mUi3 I Bm laiq BHniaiii THE GHEAT ENGLISH REMEDY r fJm r ortUtr llllo ImMireMleii io MatMiiN only Vino rUVv WvV vol lit CHAM V CKiniVt 1 mm IVIIKN i PPT lKOKIT Old hAMIlFM lllKi 8UlW Trfirm nun innvdMPri- for llr I dy iiirenu waiitrdforriorlrleroriOth Vijbjt lesYi twforttuus lrfa ttt6iMIroidwiiySi - Ifll erithlnn Vlnhlt Chi aiI In 1 ii r J Meihen IuUoiiimi inniinriioiitiiorNl riond rorileirrlpHon FARMS uinlprliu 11 N ltAMiioililfirHJM0 110 ANK K curcof amouir our simcalists have siilileyed exliaordhuirv buc- fully tieated of in our Illustrated pamphlet on cess Thette aro rent oy miu lor ten cms in rtniiips Urinary Dlieases n n sruicvvnrH aki ocinaky ns- TlUwTJ Huiiiltedsol casesol the wotst lonn B xTHIRTIinP I Oiniutuiiu jj r ntiietur- miuiyof them irrentlytiKKiavateil mitiwwi by the caivless use of itstriimcutx iu tlio hands lim antl nurreouH of inexperienced plivMeiunscoiupllcaiions tiiuslior lalc piHsiires nuuually consult iii lor iirluaiy ilslilli ami other rell f and euro Hint no itv of this class is ton Iflicult for tho skill ot our spetidUts is proved by omen icported In our illiis t rated treaties tn tneso nnuiidlet to which we ivferwltli pride To Is a to of Intrust tins lass of otseMany physiclnns Imciismall opcrioroo bv m a m in has ruined for life iltuieei ous ppieeediti Iiho their lives Uiroiurh uudlllfiil doiuif while tlioiKiuds uuniiallv your en so and ten cnts In stamps tp iirinent riid rmrtleiilarsot for a iirrc lllcslrilid treaties csiutiunluif many testimonials Iplloptic CoiivitlttlotiH or IltK Ia raljtli or Iaiicc liiuotmila imibllltv Nervous St VittiHM IliU liocoiuotororAtaxia D - Bladder Diseases IXIfAtlWATIOX Tilt IliAT Mfft dck ntoni iX Prowtato IIIADOSlIt ravol Enlurard and hiudieil lninl lio tcutloti or rrlio thoso in the atrcctions wlilcli may iHiliieltiileil Hundredsof lhomostdlfTleiiU opcrntlonsknown H v to modern Hiirrrerynio annually jMifonnid In the n moat skillful manner by our Surweon speulul I I DnAPTIPC I isa liiiito Hloniii aro wifely removvtl uom tho rllnUlluc h Hiiidder by criinhlnit wiishlniriuitl puutpitiirnein I out thus nvtddiuir the Knai dunacr of cuttlnji Our speclnlistH l cmovo catni act from tlio eye thereby curinu- blind Â¬ Tliey also straluhtcn cros6 eycs untl wcrt uttltieiul ones ness Many OviAlnu nnd also rihitd Tiiunrs of tho when iKssIetl ItertiH am arrested iu rrowth and cured by electrolysis coupled with other menus of our Invention whcioby the mil duuf crof cut tltar operations iu those caws Is in oldisl IVpiclallvlias tho sutcessof our luiiroved operations for Vnl cotslo Ihdroeele Flstiilie Ituptintd Cenlx Itcil nnd lor llup turctl lVriiieum btsii alike frmfllyliiM both lo ourselves atul our patients Not Ictwbo haolssn theiesultiior nuiiieious opeiatlnim lorMrirtuioof the Cervical Cimal acomlitlou iu the feniuleireo enilly result Inir in IlariviinesJ orhterlllty nutl the cure ot which H - Ll DAL It 1 ib pOtl tun thut ytiu ww l 1111 INO TO Al Ui HliEHrritjASi Ui AUvertUcmsU Ui to sleep and threatened Insanity Norvou urlsliiK from overstinly nxccwcii uml hiIii ttital UHM i Mium n nun jarif tawliit mwnn ii4i i iwminiia tiiiTint iii tiia rvtfon nre Innteu by our npfciaUKM ror UiCf ojhm h wh unuDiinl i3ec uuiuuroua coca reported lu our dlUuaat ilJutt ruled tucLvfio Diseases DcbllUy tlltiiH ailments to which particular attention is by thu siccltilltH nt the Invalid llotcl and rJurjrical Institute yot tho Insti- Â¬ skill fnnllltles nnd Specialtv tution ntxaindfl hi t urccanui trenuiieui ap- oi lor tne vxvry fona of rlnonlo alhucnt whether re- fiufruiK for its euro metlleal or surgical mettiis All letteis of inquiry or of cnuoultiUon should bo addressed tc by a sale and painless operation removes this common t ol Im Â¬ pediments to the Isiirlmc of olluprln A Complete Treat ito on anyone of tho above untlaJlus will Imj sent on l celpt of ten cents lu Mumps Althouuh mo liavo In Uio prerodlnif nant All Chronic Kraphs madu meiitlmi of some of the speelnl Diseases Klven ia ii V WORLDS DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSIWTIGH I 003 Msin Street SUfVALO W V iiMMrivtyi mUfmmmPinitfmmH iJtfrfifofaflniiH ifi n Hazel Queen JIerald Uktbsoflptloh - II a Yooi Ami Miint llu 1alil In Advance uMW H KpiMlnl CerruHpoadunt -- M l oarrlud to IiIh plucu of roHldenee on thin An old house in lroctor was blown Wo think vorcolc and renmlnn there yet down a few days ago killing three head Blurt hardly kpown where IiIh torritory or cattle that had gone into it for siiel Ah lo our feathery wo ah lie cullti it Ih tor will tend to thorn ami try to drop tlicin Mimes Alice Hogg and Laura Bullock at tho rltfht tlino You hot vend dayn of Boonovlllo were visiting Mrs Kiln Your eorroapondoiit npont ho at Wont Ijihurty Jiittt week tho Kinwtof Iryse of this place during the week John artcr aud wife loiiu hi a good Mlsrt Liliio Walton of Lotiollen this feeder and IiIh wifo ia a Hplondid cook county wan visiting fricndti here last oonmiriiontly wo llko o ntop with him week VVhiloatthat point wo mot II K Plu Thoro Ih some talk of there heiug a rait foriuorlv of Haol Been hut at Bopublican paper started at IIiIh place o of shortly proHont a HidoHinan for Cox V IJcnry Wan grinning im Went lilhorty TIioh Johnson of Wolfo county was UHiial and inquiriiig alxuit Hazel liven in attendance at County Court last MonAlarriod On the2llliatthe roHidouoo day of tho liriiloH fathor N IS Kngato Deputy Collector Hiram Hogg of Long lo MIhs Ann lugato Kov - Camp Bnouovillc wan in town during the week Iho holl of Wolfo county otllciiillng M A The Tioclor Lodge of F Rrooin la a non of Jcorgo Long of Wolfo gavo a festival the evening of i7lh tilt oountv and in a nico young num Tho There was a Christ iuiim tree at the bride ih a lady and Ik worthy of a good Wo wirih them micccHH thnnigh Chapel in Bealtyville Wednesday night hiiHlmiiil life There was quite a large crowd in town Iomoh court IiihI Tuesday tjuarteily Court day A M Wo attondod WoiJucHilay There weioHoveral litigated Hon David Iryse of Kstill county ojnihp before tho onrt which it took was here County Court day Whihi two diiyH to got Ihiough with The thernioiueter regtstend D below there wo met Judge Iovl Kashof Wolfo ere Thursday morning tonnly who ww employed iih an utior Jen Maxwell of Bed lliver was in The Beatlyvillo nicy lor fioimi of tho litigant this week Judge in a llrm man anil a go iiwyer J W F M Long hotter known an Dick few dny8Jamison came up from Foul a hIuco IiihI Friday JhippM pahKod through here Bobt Smith of liviue was in town Ky homo from Loxinglon on route Inn N llitNiti iiek nayrt thoro h a fair prospect for last week tho oKtoiihion of tho Uual roail lo lliizol Enjoy Llfo iireoii in the near future Wo had rather What a truly beautiful world we live Hue thai than to hoar it talked of in Nature givea us grandeur of mounWin To Ivor will erect a largo fUoro tains gloim and ocoaiiM and Ihoiisauds limine at thi place in the jjcn r fit t lire Wo em desire of mcaiiH of enjoyment Bill Ih an enterprising man and hi mm no hotter when in perfect health hut Alex who Ih his salesman ih a reader ol how often do the of people feel Till IlKUAII eonmujiiontly wo piediet like giving it up majoiity disheartened diseour for him mieeem aged and worn out with diuciiAo when Win Havens and Doe Stamper will there is no oeeasion for thin feeling an Htait to Breathitt countv tomoirow to every Hutlerer can easily obtain saiislae liny hiuHo hogn and will drum for Tin toryproof that Ireens Augiiit Flower J I Kit A alio will make them free from dineaso as Old Unole John Wheeler in not expect when born Dyspepsia and Liver Com Ho i very plain t are the direct causes of xeventy km to live hut a few dayn live per cent of Mitch maladies as Biliousold and in very low with fever Sick Headache Cos ness Indigestion Uharltw Veil who low heon corving iw liveliest Nervous Prostration Dizziness H Court ul Covington juror In the 0 of the Head Palpitation of the Heart Iiiih rottirnotl home distressing symptom Three HIIhh IMeratt and wife of Kiel were and other doses of August Flower will prove its Hulling relative and friends in thin loSample bottles 10 wonderful olluct cality TiiHt weak cents Tiy it W W ForgiiHun of tfmidigo Callfor crila wiih hum Iuh week vihlting lelativoH Ho Ltuighu UoHt Who LoukIib Loot Wm Penix of lrenchlmrg wan hero Hon W lres Tan bee has been ac ihiRt Thtinalay on liUHinewi quitted of all indiscretion in that little Uv Tint Wivti scandal in which it was published thai The there was a woman in the eastKhl lau U Mr and Mix Frank man who started the story has been nnpln gavo a New Yciuh dinner Sun calmly interviewed up one side and lay ami iIiohu of thin plaee who attend downthe other by a few of tho Cougiess id returned looking an though they had mans particular triemhaud ho solemnly boon well fed Not only Hwears that ho never said it The BaptUt Churoi which formerly this hut he team his hair and rends liH met at Flat Wap near thin place will Ilium in tho exclamation that he never So another from now on meet at the new church at saw anything Improper and the Kentucky Con lieiH nailed thia place iih they unstated in hullding it lamea Dennlx one of the hunting grcHHiuan cdiuoh out with Hying eolois company of thin place killed an owl and dellort anybody to knock a chip oil hi rrali for the member hiHt wool that mciiHtirod four and i half Ids shouldein from tho Ninth -- Blchinoiid Begister feet from Up to tip of wingH Students from all partnof the country Kxposuro to roUgh weather yetting oauto Hocking in today to attend Mm wet living In dauiji loralitiea are layora Mary Jslekolni fctoloot Soliool taught at hie to the contraction of diseases of the thin place kidneys and bladder Ah u pieveulhe Ucorgo Nolcs the colored nclvool teach and for the euro of all kidney and liver or in Huh vieinlty has bought a lot in trouble use thst valuable reineily Dr J town and will build on it in the spring II McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm B Swango W B Lvkin Is thinking of locating 100 per boltlo Sold by Liberty to practice law 4it West Hazel Oreen W B LykliiH and wifo 4tio vIhIiIius There will be a mooting of the citizen jrclatlvoM on Toms- Branch of this county at the court house ThuiH Mm L M PloiHtl of whom wo wrote day Jan Alb IfiSM at 7 oclock to take last work Ih Htill quite ill into consideration the exteutioti of the Born LiiHt wook to tho wlfo of 01 ran Coal toad to Jackson Bieathitt county Wivhv vlllo joad a girl Ky ami a branch load Intersecting it at some convenient point and running to Ytontl Tho Douth Rolt Wot Liberty Morgan county IU Jan the bllln of mortality of any Churn who has been corresponding with Whiab larju city may bo Jltly dc Ugnatod ami Mr C I Lluntluglou through lonoriil ou will find thai roiinl and vchIciiI uial Kchols on this Hubjeet will odd roan the jidluti that U to any tho that nllect the mooting hihI prcsnit a proposition with kldnovH or bladder have h remnrkaldo authority SentluebDeuioerat lironirnenco wo hud alrmiHt said pro Under exposure to cold wlndu rain nonderance Brlglitadlfteuseaud dlahotoN In tho chronic HtiigenioYarely cured ami bright light or mataiia may bring on gravel catarrh of tho bladder and cnur Inllammatiuii and sorcnes j of tho eyes Kyo Dr J II McLeans iU alay many Votnt the outlet when Salve wllUubdiio theStrengthening cool iullamatlon merely amountH to Inactivity tho trouble of tho olgaiM Involved tho danger may and Mothe the nerve and strengthen bo miliftuil hv ilmt ploiiHiuit renal tiulc weak and falllnj eye slghL iio cents a B Swnngo 1 laaul iiikI dlurotloMoHicttorM Stomal h Bittern box Sold by yhloli impnrlH tho reoulilto amount of iono to tho organs wltlumtover excttlng Tho rovonttfl Clans Spreokhw ilenvcH Uioin Hhd tho nwof which iHCoiivonieut iiivolvcM no vlaborato uroparatlon from HUgar ha boon as high rta 18100 a sHl DyMHiiMlfl a uhUaI concomitant of renal day owjuintw and xloblUty which they in In Who t flond uh To ovtsry nrjbly pvodui x uro roincdlcd by B oftHj and VnufuirllHirw wo will wrtm mint nmlrld rhcu wWMre coiiMtlputlun t Â¬ 1 Â¬ BKvnYVliiiK Kv Deo 2lIameH WANTED lv Jtohortri rcturnod this week from rranktort and other points bulow JIo WANTBD Fer an BiikIIiIi Sjmllwiti ttdlrt that thoro In no doubt about tho Inrgo tniiiU of Cincinnati hullding of tho EASTERN KENTUCKY Ylrglula railroadIoulvilloThere will bo Virgin Timber Mineral Lands now largo forces of IiiiikIh put on tho road WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING after the Int Jauunry and the work In Kentucky at IOWKHT V1M IVNB Must he aciONHlble to Itallreml or ritUMCH punlied rapidly geed thaithig strcaius t0Hiltnil Ity County otTflrtiDiitoiitH utul Itov F Wilcox and Hart Witt of Jut anil JoihtoiiNtiil from Our jrWTITIil J MUST IIB IKHITCT been working on county ltlllKplmwpal who have building at IiIh Gimtmuioriirliit school tho Ile rail particulars WAHIIINdTOV nlnco are upending tho holidays at their llHIIIKtf MOIU1AN COUNTV ilillia nek Box It CharhiHteun W Va llOlllOH Bpoiilitl CirrinpuniliiVi dohn Iryso ami Mlnrtcx Jioo and Nan Â¬ Ouahhy Juixic Ian 2 Your comm- nie Bowau of thla place are visiting fimiulent Blurt who ImIIh fron Kol nucuHiirtiiu of Httllliifniito IiIh territory mid friends at nttshurg and Hast BeniHtadt capturing eomo of IiIh iiowh ami huvh Iiu Laurel county TIioh Howell of Doylesville pmiscd liopni wo will hI led our wing fentlioin noon Now wo liuvo examined our lot through town today on his return from tor of Ueo lltliwlilcli lie hurt refernnuo Breathitt county wheio ho had been to and Lho 10 Ih not a Hlnglo itoni in It Hovoral daya from IiIh torritory AVo Btippoae ho has lion B 0 If 111 Uoprefloutlvojoloot roferoneo to tho rnlnfortuno of Duvo from this district left last Tuesday for Homo which Jlono mot with on thin croelc Frankfort where tho Legislature moots within throo iuIIch of thin place and wan today I Timber f V -- - Lands One Dolla R FOR- 0 HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY We will put on sale the best vaLuo in an The Ninth TermBogins MONDAY Jan 2 1888 and oncls FEID AY May UNLAUNDRIED SHIRT Ever olforecl in Lexington 181888 nxXew furiiit iiii Full Corps Competent Teachers cNjib liu woll vcntihiliil buildings funiish id with now improved scltool A White Shirt at 39 Cents Wlinc and cm show yon more Ovoivoaln Uium all tho tlcifliiii houses in IiCxinloii iocliior and al prices Hint will aslonisli you mixliulum Donid and idoMtlll KxpOMHOM I u- - lOJISIIIl- - rtblo a call Itr rnillicf inloiiiiMlion on or address PlIO mi VVitrUH Itol GifienMAcaloniy Co Wolfe cnimlo K llael iHtii TRADERS DEO SIT KV BANK MTKTKHUXU LEADING CLOTHIERS iaiiMwnifttfiwmwwiwjftimwiininnMyMi 1 M BIJiSTAhM W President fHMhicr inf Lexington Ky I IMIirWWHIWHIWMMIWMWIIimffcrMtWMFfWMIHrWWWWl W TIlOMKOiV I I DlltltHOltH Iamiw Choiin Astutuw Kitmim T Hioiiiani Im B It Diiaki mi t 1 1 C F BROER CO v WA WOlt I WITH Harbison Â¬ SADDLERY LonsvniK KV N Gathright HARNESS AND COLLARS 07 ru t VM U MAIN STUCK r I Â¬ - iiiaB BootsMaiiafutmi hhikI Whob - - KIM is it i w 111 Mib la ulop hi A N D Sft fit No til l Main Street EIIO 11 3 Suiiiiuei St 1 Louisville Ky fl I Huston Mass by J muy II ltpresenlMl UOIUK ill W M 1 i m I h 1 vR wm l n Hlaelvburu HlICKCim C BlCUNIMiN Ill Ah M KAIIItN railL COOPER HERNOON IKNKBAl 1 FALLEN irriTi rift iV YtIWCTll KWWiV f w m v o MWMUUV BOa vm m RtrirvrLiiin rs n n jW i rt WHVW it - lljESb IIASWI WW SinnTrO cjwTi WJ In anticipation of tho usual demand for Christmas and Holiday Goods Wo have rocontly purchased an immonso lino of NOVELTIES for oacli of our 1BKKN KY Have Ncvend tlutiHaml aerosi of line Mm bur inliiiTiil and furiultiK liiudu la Wolfo Write fur unil inlolaiii ceuiitiin lor miW Kxorlpthe Ut nail loriax 5 v FIVE DEPARTMENTS- - 5 LIVERY SALE FEED STABLE HAZEL GREEN UVMNCi IIITIO IP II Loiil Hiublltmul I now Theso eoods wo are just opening and will Â¬ SHOW FOR THE FIRST TIME Bronzos Bisques Vases Figures Busts JiihI the things lor KY FIUH 1 SlAltll nail pnivblnl nHuothill I witk or iiiuiitli ntul Mixf all Mock ontriiMtd In me will IimmI InUDeh It nfit linrntii the iiuhlle initriiniiu the hhiKle fccdi day iunmIi ullh lioriH mel thhhi Ioumho in nttcntlmi CIASS We hao added a New Department for the especial display of ART GOODS iiicliuliiij a handsome liim of appropriate and acceptable preaeiiU c nert 1 Thk1IihAi iifuown who doMio lay horvhniH All eliiirin rua Minahle and vmUfitctioa uuarmitrcrf sJv IB IMIMVTU Mlf javrHenoN luaiilit and mdd m emiiiiili lon oinl will drive liouon to luiriivx fur all ciioiiil vn GARPETS C F BROWER CO ART GOODS FURNITURE WALL PAPER DRAPERIES Main and Broadway LEXINGTON KY U t fiH- W - i