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Ronl Eotuto Aijimt Im ell rr- joining J C IYIxlNS oTiillf tlmis i ami Notary PublicIn nil Courts in Wtlli mill Ail t it til iif iiimI tomtjll Appeals - u Speciall cmihis Wuiii Cui ni K v D K 1 A TAlMMi- ysician and Surgoon Har CitTii Wolfe utility KHNTIVKY G i i K K Will IT 01 KllinU utility wiiii Honry Knoofcl binllhtnl i i Oo 1 yju W In- - Market St - i IIimiKh KMeni Kentucky HLnik Ac n Iim HVilu X ryWU NlT IIOISK Tlio iiinulniil KMIxiMUlllll niiMi Hill III iii liouc In A TV 1iKKtrr Proprietor Menu tv Coisrv K v iil nun new mill iMuly fuinWicd Kme tlrst cliisi mill dunges lllllli licd Mllliplll I ioml tnlde iii cnuiieciiiin ll IllUM In IiiiiiiiI n - Al ni Hlnivwlll tiili ul iihiVIiiiihIIm- at siui ui nt x linnl mi Ill IV lllltlll Inn If ItiJ uUli tomui iimiicy Ijin itivisiMiitl1 irnuTill i I in iiMJIS v S 1 IIUIWK tAMITON CM ICY MIIS IltiHrrTHK imtiniuiui of illi iruviiIiliK jtulillc h lliillv iMillclliil Titlilc tin- - liiM mid rMiM i i mil iitliMi fur tin comfiiil if KHht h P J if Tnniik with in in i G RinsROld iiiiiiiii ii Co Boots and Shoes irrirr in ii ami w i pi MMMNN VII nllio I Inn i l mjmijd jr j r il npS3WKRrte m - -- il 3jcJi p nil llW - h luiitiil m 111 l ul iMt Mnr- I 1 n 11 liJ line tliiiuiy IniKn Irr iiikI l WiiIHm- - iilcx mill l c ui imh til iirlici iiimI LiiiiiiiiiHi illlin nmi imiliii it iiciliillx mil vmuK hi i tn Ifil v Ii II llncnf lit Siiittil mil uuitiN ul lie- - Itc linMlulhAc ns M7 A J CLARKE Willi cHt M niii ShvH n mlly T I t A It II LOUISVILLE IF Abe Mmiiifiitliiliviilitil WlinltNiilt Iculviiii Bloch Co Boys nnd iVlona Youths h Childrens CUMING 122 My Vine Slrool Cincinnati O niirlil n liter liviiiK iHitr raliuv in Nelt wim mrehled the pynpl of Mt Stcrlluv ami Mmitunincry his fallier ami eoiiniv was held at the court house In Mt climycd with niuidcilu Tlio wisdoin of lu- - pnhs f iintlher SleilluK lonklm lo the cteiisluii of the Ky tlii Nlntt Iiiim liiin fni niiiiic Milx ry IjtltMMiHliicr A A cull rend It was well rcpivsciiied Hnltlwiii lilicrul In lit tulvtiv In mir iiinI lril liitilic and of the defunct Fidelity hank Cincinnati by die ciitcrpiihiiiK men of the town Mini vciy tlniii In it h iliuin iitlimi nf ulmt connly Sitilre Chorii prctciitcd the object mid under indlcttite nl for fraud tiled lit liU ll ttiiictiMi In lie ilit fiilliiiK of lluil IkhIv A ifoiul luillty looked upon of the met tiii Itoiite in liiciniuttl lau ft In the iiik no ilniittt iilimit Mlutl Ilitt t the pi eject as a Hclieme of Mr lIlinllliKtoils Â¬ hook It iiiIvInch rite tllllttts nrt jnmlljw nml to ciiciiinher oilier rallioatl cnteiprlses but tliilr rule of net ion fur mir Hnlnnt in Inlliw ing Iioiim Xiihlivllle Tcnii iiuutuiuceH that Mr Choi n iltimniMniifil that the county ttilinith tif no innilllliitlliiii It tuny lie tlnit it In out of ilcht ami ready In pay all mil could well allbitl as n huidueMt proposlllun face value to Niibscrllie iJiritHiti Hit- the extension The inn Htiilf liitvo Ikiih fur yiitin iiiiiIIiik ii NlmulliiK hoiids at their Iiimmi rocciYctl nl object of llic uifittiiK wiin logd tlio Hlinuuf Xcws lnis 1iiivr nilhliiV1 in nut mmhIIiik tlitii Ihc he people lo liiNtruct tliu llepreMiilutlve iitiiH n lu iv tn IrmiUfitit iin n ltlxlii Nannie Ailrona that Iteiunl the urentent It would lie iiiiiriMini In imtn tlit hitntlll chief Anieiicii ever proilucetl was and Senator tit secniu niuih mi iiiiieiitlmeiil tiui S A as will killed ul CohiiIii Sitiola after n tlcfipeiate to the chillier of the Kv It miuIi1 iiiiitl uf stiili mi Hm prulmlily licyln ciutblt In county of Montgomery and the IkIIiiIIi IlirciT in t uiu liiilllc with Mc icnu noldieiM fly incii inln liitycily mill cihI in n piintn no It iiHtlomnn Ititc low not Mt Stcrlliii to vole on a proposi mmi inliiii Ilic Ailjntaut iciieral on iov KiioIIn Mull wan tion to nuliHttilbe fllUKKI to the capllal Imis tnlllil ln llliic mill nil 11 IllilltllillKK hill week appointed to the ollici of Chief of slock uf the road A cniumlttee of live Itnultlif lirnl lliicc uii ks tuilll ulil fully Police of louUvlllc hy Mayor laenh in was appointed whnicpnitcd a icHiiliilhtli rntl tlituiMil Lit t in Ilir iiiililliitinii iiicni eenll clectetl askliiK the Ittipreneiitallve mid Senator to T til IM uutilil have Iiiiiik mi till tin the Kentucky mid C IIkkaIiD prtMlicttd Smithsitch aiiiciiilmenl oami the Cluirlexlon As tliicil tliiin liiinii to iinii llic Icitttit Hen Atlantic rallioad Nome time iiko Hon imiiis II Ileek wnh ic Kculmsky ami Western iiillway eoinpany miii lint llif iiM irriiniiiilnliliH uuiilil lie elected to the V S Senate lor a llilul term fun ml liitc in n Niiiiiint Mind nf iIimiimH passed up will citable mid aiilhnibc the nil honnr never lieloie conferictl upon a clli ciiiiulv of Mmilmnucry mid lotto nf Mt ltillll txllill tillllllll llllltN tlllllll - en of Iveiitucky lliirluinrv lllr Nimi Sterling lit nubscilbe to the capital Hock of Near HnultlocU Mtl either or both lolidsin a sum nut exeeiillue it uuillil lie il iiKtilitl iitni Wli iiiiiii in wateiiiiK hoists discovered an f illHKi each ami to place each of the com iiciili Ami wiitililnl tin ImiiKiy eiiKiicd iinliliii lion pot pintrtidliiH fioui one of the liaukN panies on an ciial footing w lib the uioni llilllli llixlllti fur till luimt llliK IvIiik lie dtiK ll out nml not iV1 favoiril rallrnad chailcr In the State of Kcnof the creek Yon lictcliti iirnttiKl in Kdd and lllvci cniu fur his Irmihle liieky I lliciunn til Al- ttii Hird licen now ban reason to hope iumIhv Iiiii Illi wlitii SiciiKcr tirl tli nn laiila On Iiiik liecn miesled ehmeil with for a railroad iim one or both of IIicm roads hiiiiiiciil Mm Iliiiitniltiio Kiiilticly kcIk having only four mIvcn llxxle Klrkly of may inn Ibis way llnic iliiiniimihliiN at InllnwK Midiinx Icoini lula Itoliinsmi mid lula Hall of n Inniily of A short Clinit limn tin itiuiti lniitl Claims W Snath Caioliua ami Itella WIIhoii of At the name Kelly lell No Miiiim lantl of Inllv liiiiriiinii mi Win Claim Slmii Inula few ilayN after u passing vciy inhlciily fiinn Cliiiltntmi mi liriulltiiivM in tin1 War m felon first lo mini bad his ut cut mi attracted to the house iim tniiiil Tin- iiiiinliiDi all liavi iOiiiik iiiakc in appeal luce take u lemon cut oil they had occupied by a Nlckcnlug smell an fullnuH Iaul on liiiiiirlitnl IninniKli one eiitl put the linger in and llie Iniikcr il Investigation dlselosul be iciiialus of Ihice Iticck iiu lute ial aw anil CiiiMi oliNer dead men in the cellar ami scveial graves is kept tlicni the nml Mraiix ami MiirlniiH Marliii ami Mlili vcr parly was nrganlsed the Ktllys ovnilii plm InlittHtv Mi Cnary KiiiiIkii Itda lor tint leinon or the liiiKr c ken mid the mother son and daughter shot linns lnlliMiii 1iililirjLiMwN Cmiitli 1iiiilic well to death The old man escaped but was Kicliiird Mniitxnitiiiy IlitnlllccN anil ItailrnailM overtaken On being told thai I bail but nml la MiM anil liiiiinviiiiiiitN known Kcnliieky lilstoi Inn died at MatyIhsI uhiIn wt while on a vUlt M his a fliorl lime to live it it In hat he could make ville lau ItalhMtVM tiiin nl tin- MlNiiiii lllvci liesilbl moved Pntcnt ami Ivll Sm iliiiiKlilcr Mr Collin vwim idxly lour yearn IIIIV slnteiiillll he wi dicil mill Cnnnln tlniiia In KmihiiH fioui the iiiotiutiiiiiN In Iennsylvii Alinlinlic liiiur of nue The kiciiI wink of hi Ille was li vlic liiliirni llautiT History of Keiiiueky u work fainiliar to uhi in iMiiaiul lived at tliUercut points Tiiilllc mid Invalid IVntdnim IinUy Pen along the suulhcrii bonier until decided In the all ICcntuekiaiiH nIhiih ami ltcviiluii nf llic Ijiu Kich- - In move lo No Mans baud I settled tw Mill will tic tli received nl lllali rilncalimial A Hiinttc live miles fin m Heaver city ami went culled uji finiii iliy in tliiy until illiiiiil iiioml Vii lau H nlatcd that liic in loultta Soon after I open it a stiiinj llic con Ky whs beyond control ami asked for aid Into he calllc hticiilcs flietc iithhic hkhIiiM Several persons dbap lliiimtinii nf liiinai as Siiiicim JihIkc Scic A tleiini lire eiicllie ami tliciiieu ill uiice lell ed a sort of tavern JN nil has 1011 Inhabi- appeared while piinslug along this hall but llilllll III llVllt clOillIll Tin lowu for the Hccne lltnl llltl I have nothing lo Hay tants Twenty Iiiiiiscn had binned and the as to their death iiini nnd ualcli KiiiliitlyV iutiicnl Ho wis then Mining up nml on being lei I f llic opens JtiYorn- - llic wai Mill iiikIuK tlowii again cmifcvfil Mint bcaml his family lily ami lltere lias imi Incit Inn imiclt rain woninii bud killed ami lobbed nine men mid two At over tin- Stale Kentucky will In lssS jncix left four small children locked ui in a loom woman lie was then swung up and left Ihrmifjli mi craof iiillroad IhiIIiIIiik Vci4u t ehurch HcIiik wllhnut banning h llic vimI inlncriil ami en ml le the were nsi m splinters for liht hcftHf Kimuii Iteic low liirUiKT hns refused to ntliur iomiiiihih liiue ul lam lieunn tnatliact The limine iiceidciilly eaucht lire ami llic ami the idea him hecninc cliildn li liiuihlo In Kit mil wcie buincil tn iciiilt the lines assessed ugiiiuvt lcn Needy yciiiiiil iittciilimi of thUeliy forgmuhllug Ills coiicltiHioiis jiicvatciit that new nitlniiiiU can lient devel death The iiiollicr Ik uniiiK iiuul Needy lor clemmicy tt ill In have heard hat cliarlcis ii tlicm pension evtM set based upon nil thosepetitionhave been lined who Indicate that fm al IciimI half n iikKcd nf the liirUliiliirc tied IIuoIIkIi the loiiiNvllle iiKcney wilMpaid Im simitar oUeitscs will have to iiimch up to tlnuii rnaiU licieliifiiie iinlieiiiil nf lint Iliilaj Tlieaiuininl wiiinHlMKI nml the the Captains tick mid settle Tin in vcr tniiclillll llic liilliM pnillnilK nf Hie State Smith of Cornwell Him John II nor stales thai lliete me twenty of these tn lie veiV chci piicc Itallrnild inalciiitl piniiiUcd The pension win HI Miiielce cnuiily Ky IHHJ IV n pliiCH In the Cuiir ami thai their Hues miioiiut lo and iim there me Iml W2 the rate of ifH a mouth limn human There will doubllcKs be a lively sill auioiig ll theie limilde vtmild ha cikiiiihi moil m wlileh wn chiinjcd lo fc In t ll to fcilJi these men and their limiiUmen when the de ictcil iii icihlily kcitiiiint ilulit f viiiy the in 1H7J to fid In IHI mid lo rJ In 1M7 cision of lu iiivecimi becomes known the mitlniil i very Inljdil and tlieie Is no Ml Smith win it private In Co K of the Illh l clcct of which will be n miiiked liicrcase In UH wind the iitvl year nr ho niny liflnjjloi Illinois V lunleei and In llic Hint ear of the mulct Jinv Iunil nf lelleinon county the State llic war received liijurlen to IiIn eyes icsult Imirmil llarl iiecii in linoterinj for n mud IllK lluillly ill blhldliecx Isiiiilly It Is the wealthy who have to mid the titixciiHof this seellon or lit IciimI ii whack up but Louisville raises revenue II rlylit nf way t dl ri ll Will niiijniii nml fi o in the Needy as well and to think thai the Slat eyed iinlile t he llml ciloiljli In ii nieiilloniuK that Messin be Oovenior iccomnieuds ll Willi liester ltlllti lleiilou lliul leased the lell ns wlint our pritiflM arc slunlfy anvllilng says n Ciitholic Tilt llAKhlillKKN lllIHAIII crul the said Hoes thisa linliliy In iltleY It Koiliiey lias piles died ill Soiitll lleiul hid HatlliililY advcitlscM In lake as payment fur milineilpwe believe hat he will hen lie hail been holme he entered the priest tinii live IiiimIiiIi nf turnip nr olic lililict of looks so and iimiiliiatlnu hood tut nlllccr iiiul r the gieut Napoleon Humid the cilitm iccaivc a couple coiitislaul lorthe CoiiktCKsiiiiuit onion In this Tenth dl and was with llic Ileneh atiny during the of cltilix of iiliniil liii NiiliHcrlhiirM each ihnl on the aiuocratie ticket Tin lliitvin N certainly not well illsitstiniis ltiisslau eaiiipHlgn ami the dinail tilct divide up mi thckc prodinl would ti tin with Mi IliikUjaid in hit history fol ictreat limn Moscow After the fall ol he inlht piolmlily he aide to el thiuiih iicipiiilnled When ho makes up his liiilid Im wniiln mi llic llrst empire he came lo America entered III pilie vtintcl plovlilcd a lew initio nf olliee lie xets llnrc ami has never owned a the priesthood of the Catholic Chinch and llions would liiiiif in n fi h hiiokct of ficflt newspaper lo help It tit When a younu after some year was assigned lo duty In llnpMiixV ille Kentiiclimi Ulilcr New Albany iiiiiii before he wns tweiily one vearsold The latter U tlcclliied with IIiiiiiKm hi thought he would like to he SlicrlHof -- In Moody tho Tent Onions would niiile llic water come Clink coiiulv ami mi llic day he hiieiunc a opened services at he Tabernacle In Louisttii 1 Mill do nii lake us for Miilhuriy miiioiiiiceil himself u omiillilulc ville Sunday ami held fun i sei vices during Selleis that j mi would InipoHc upon iinmmiIi leitl voter term nml wns elected A Her serving We aliaomt die ill the Idea the tiny Three bundled trained voices arc it diet mid resting two years he ihmiyhl lie would Ins II liowtlcn now like lo he Sheiill for another icriu uiiiioiiu In the choir mid Will S Hays new liyiiui Knler In was sung along with other up pn idiiiK hulk1 nf the Superior Court mis ceil liiiusi lla caiiiliihile mid wits iimuIii elect prupilntc chin eh music The meeting piom inllv yiitisaioa rcuiihiicitiiiii mi tliu loii cd lie wauled lo he Hlnte Homitur no au jiou to be a gieut big sitcce sv ille Courici- - IvMhiuiKC iiiitiuced himself nml was elected lie owned KyM hislSnl- NiiIIiIiik Iciiinlahlc nlioiil lliul I Thli no pnpei when he made any of IIicm- nice ty yenm auo wc nu wcie a iiHUMpaper car and wiicaii not Imlleve that he leiiscd the unlay Tom Kemlilck nml tl II Thonuis rler Wu iixitd to llimlle around with the nllleo for the purpose nl iuUlliiK him In a two prominent cltUeii iingiiged In it light old IexliiKtnn Olmei ver and Itepoitcr mid race for UniigriMMi leoiictowii Newxlu Ktmdrhik drew mi ugly knife when Tliinic r an Jiunpcil upon him and cut hint tn cV on new year day after dcllvurliiK onr liirprlie enough mlilrciii would have money i iit - Alny ho mil The clrciiimtlmice point oral places Ills vvoiuiils aril serious anil It It nit nrlle e may piuve fatal Ilutli aricsluil to bum it wet don hut now ml to the conclusion ami we Jumped at it we have ceitkcd to iis aliaosl itltnelher Siinthiy wonllior rt- Hut brolliKr dour you IbiKttt unit lmpnr Not fruiii cIioIpc hut hy reiiimii of eliciini shows l fin following below xero temper Hint diet In rccmtiitliitf Mr llMKMtnlM sue port Hi Vlimiiil IU hlaiicex over which wu luive no oonlrnl cess lie had not thell twenty llimillllllll iiliuej llittoii Puk M tJnrrV Tiillmn iOi lllnmaruk Siinuicl Dnvin of LuwTtMicf riiinitltf to earry IVitoiiully liu ii popular JIl Viitentliie lt tut lt Custer ii niuul vtliu killed Ylmi Taili lut Oelohor ciiiiiikIi but In bliiocraey uuijoilty ruins Hwlft Curront Hiifiinl ll Apiilltt Il Vii and an th nimiiitalns ciiustltule the major wax mi i slid In ruvelle wultlity W Itjr they will tlcianml and gel the nmuluou Hid lotletl In IUiiUHJnll Ahileno IvnnditA luul n 0- I Ion NV Imain- - tut Cmiiifei Ami It Imiks ItHn we were sllnneu Ivoh KM rtiu Hunility nioritliiK Harry Mmn deiil ir th bonullt of comet In our surmise for Irotlueetl u hill In louai and upun tliu tubjiiut bo Ik tin in s In yon anil iiicrcliiiiulliCj were binned omisont Itlchanl WlUnn of ltifcllo imnnty mullnhii tiutv sllnitt iita fluilp MuHlerlliif ALL OVER THE WORLD IS A WEEK Tom nullslicltl nvoiinfni- niPetinof At Cn indent N il Iko Mov rick killed his daughter mid suicided - WlHUlill seilbetl tlnliOUO for works at lint pbtoe W lie Yt hH 8lh uf erection gltim Aninii 1 IlicMcllioilisl publish king of Kiiiimih shut unit biully wuiiiiiltil Clark Siiliinhiy his iiiirlncr Charles WnlierK TroiKhvoll t Atllo SeerelniY Lnnuir ononf Hit llcshleiits eablncl recently noinlitntufl bv lite Ircsltleiit for u Suprmtie Iottrl lliilge ship has Mlit nlllccr In IiIh - leslguatlon its it cabinet tiriiiiiii W V I 1 Â¬ Inu bten bclulilng ijirtlt It In thought dense NiooUe fur nouie lime the iiimiiilaln will become an Immciiio vol cauo SiiiiMiirtiii Ienk inSlntoof N M VeriiCnu 5 KeprestMihili ve iMend oll ho eotiuty of Carioll will oiler it lilll In tin Legislature conferring upon railroad eon tliietors while mi duty tint putter of pemo llllllCII li Md wards n well hiwyer of New tileaiis In it Jcitlott known III shot nnd ilangermisly wounded hUwlfo fatally wounded Dr luyhomhilHiitur ami day night 1 I Tiik Ifnrvev H ahoy I loh ii Wright yen of Kingston a wealthv titi Trim who wijh Iiltjnu tint it 1 head wllii Coiiross Dec J mob tiny a low o I ltiiiluii lulolf throw li by Hen AVIlllanlH dead The Slierlfl h cxpevllnu Ivnnli Williams il Is At iteloTiule M T ftnliiV 1 lf timeiio spirit tlieriuomelei rcglstcreil flj be zero The sullcilng of Htuolt wum very 1reight truluu Were nil Hluiiiluiied seven ami passenger tiabis greatly deluyed - When heins Creed CardwMl who killed lames Hunter an account of which appem cd in Tint llltnvlil of ltsl week was tried at Nlcliolasvllh and discharged Hucordof Hoover deciding upon the evidence bill the killing was Juslllliible homicide rising and 01100 Tills will ooo bushels uf coal me nlloal knock the famine hlghciu u kite nnd hit poor nl t lie cities will no longer want for A great iiuil good iml govern find Mnnlwil- At a In Now Yolk lau Tciiipciiince Assocliilloti ol It N MicvIk mi ox ennfinhirilttt Sunday ollleer uimlu mi appeal to Northern MihlleH to Join the sohlieis of the Moittll III It lift t liniiil move to ovcrlhiow the liquor pout been I llc w licttei--leliiKto- ii 1 1 ollinslln The ice orcein theOhio linn binkciilhc river Is 1 - 1 I I 1m I dispatch only-- nieetinof the 1 Â¬ spring - liOiiwootllliin Wing were fonually bnpliycil nnd id ihe Hanson Iliicc Mcllnullsl UiN copal Church in Hiouklyii N Y Suiidny They are believed to be tlm mi probation MoiigolluiiN ever icceivcil In it ttliurtfll llrsl if this faith in America IMill 1 Two hiiiMiiieiilaii Leeaiiil in toil tn I Thehiresl I at Oakland Cat IThhiy for the murder if In li tipOueli Alex Martin last Scplcinber I lutmlru th from the galbiH he said llriu Maud Iov Waterman Iiiih taken In tin nuttier of gianllng coiiimulatloni iitiilpHr hunt If he holds his grip the cniiiiniiiilfv will have but little loconiplalii of u rejjflld ihe slmwlng of executive elemeiiey iXathan II SnMoii wnjiliWilff 1 I -- Ciiiiiiii-iliiiiinitl The AKIdlllWX IIkiiaiI Ilamd Ijithei Xiynm - of Kentucky lire iiieiiibeis of tliu prlj New York bow ever tlikiw ill toiigreftn ibe lend wllh llltyoiin of her sous on ike lour of the House Hint N followed by who has tlilrty nluo Olif Pennsylvania lias lakeii a back seal ami Instead of belli llrsl Is only lltlid with a representation vT thlrly clghl Of miiubeiK of the prutuilil lloiine thirty me foreign Imru lrclnml being Unglaiid ii edited with elyhlHcolhiuileveu leruiuny Norwav iuul live Ciinmhi tluce jltatc Twenty three nntiveM of th t Itaviiria two uiieh ami Sweden Midway Clipper tyltli tino c A proiulM Â¬ I I evnnelisl I Â¬ Jutluo - AtTootlslock Mlm L Is on dial In New Yuri htm Campbell til Ohio ulrt 100000 tf Charles Arbiickle the girnt eolleo Icing fm llkf his fnlliiro to marry her nml ll she IioIiIh it winning liuiul In tlHiguiuu A emd of lovmliilt1K IniVo been ptoduccd III euiiil nml the end K not yet aw irltsit liiithaiid Miss Clarit Is WitlitlllKt sho Is respectfully referred In MonJiiinUi lint ton Ksij Atlilllla lit lie mi iiiilof taker In that btislncin as It were and will iloubtbH accmniaoilaie her Hut wu air 1vtil nut prcpiirml IomhvIiow In wliluli sbr also svcitu to NvitoL fee money Mil I very iiilonHliiitf hronoll fit tl t brtol m nihlM I PTnullwo MlewurldlllTOil W resolution OortOcritlltg tHltlfVilnpiitl nmniUlilOtf the Hlule llivolv lug tlilrlydlvu uoutHlit and linuiemiu llinlmf He loikiitl tha up ami mlnniiil rumiuiccs pnlntliiilll of tl rniomllleii of tlueii to DXltltt Inc mid report a bill nbolUhlng tliu piDKiint toil In work ouif system nf IllrlOit Iliiivjut iiiuidcr mid lUXiuj wlto vleli xuiit up fur linNti longer mrou than seven yourn tytinvti mi tho iiipiuviintMitoii rUtti xititil VulliowUrt nml lo iilliiHtmlwvtiloiiM In thiitt viiiintlt Of till Ntltlti flllltltOlM bo bf S Hhoolil h M imw ll will iitieord Ktivtl wllJi to mil Htivllon H Is in benefit vlown ill the Legislature Sunntor- - it of Tup llHitMn aimitdnf lines uiul ttj liojio It will Iio1m triwitl miiO luw VI W T- v Mgfcplgmj iMhiIWMMi HWW i Hazel Green Herald 0FXNCKU COOPER I Publisher KENTUCKY HAZEL GREEN in 1 hi STAR DREAMS Tito iturs Unit licet the midnight iky I call the Mowers of lod In heavenly Holds tlilclc sown they llo An dulMes on tho sod They gurlnnd cvory holy pluce Thoy crown tho pillars of Ills honso And twined in wreath and clinplut tTuco Sorono untftllo brows I call thorn too my milk whlto au ep In airy pastures fed Who wuittlor oer the hills of sleep Ily Night tho shoplionl led Thoy rungo the hnppy meadows wide And by the streamlet blunt At inoru he drive them down tho slope And fold thorn tu tho west They ore my shins my Mutely ship That sail thotdoloM Mile Till woUwurd hlown at morn thoy erowa Tho gate of sunset through Nor ever snowy null Ih furled Nor unehor rust by hen or t liure From sunrise port to unnMct bay Tlwy Hull forevermore I enll them loo my briKlit hnlrcd Iniys An eager Joyous thron Who overdreatn lund hill and dale Go wandering all night lutnf With scrip uiul start and sandaled foot Mdr pilgrims of theslty In dixvimt t blest them one by one Ah thoy h wimderlua by Bo nil n ittit long across the sky My while ships nail my Hocks Btipwh vo do toll n Htnltcd nnmLor1 nnld JhArdlo und druw lots for tho cntU uble opiKirtunity said I novcr could toll a story to ordor Holmes MoArdlo hud already taken out his notebook he cut slips Into his hat Put the hhudow of a subjeoi on those fatal papers urged Otirloy io tho vic tims may have a straw lo cling o Jood suid McArdle sleuiMjniiig hit pencil SubjectB are in ordoe InjuiiRl spoke up Mose The thought of beln scalped Is wakenin to Moio rrmarked Adam Olvo us something pathetic with team In It projMised Tom Holmes with u com fort able smile Ono Indians Tears voted Me Ardlo more will do Something about the North then said Gtirloy tipping his head to look tip at tho dark sky miiv other oint of the compass would do or well but the lichens on tho north side of this tree sixiko llrst Very well suid McArdle and he arose mid carried around his hat for the drawing The Indians have me confessed Jtirlev And Ive drawn the North said llitobo Hut who bus drawn tears f inquired McArdle looking carefully mound exThis fellow will draw blister claimed Adam dragging his brothers shoo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i i I I i j i I i r- 1J1 inmMm MKsstVf- - 7 if WJZM - iFr - y a ff r V r M r Xf My dtvuni born ehlldren pans mo by With oigur Joyous trend The Mowers that In His itnrden shlno I wear on brow and lireust And lulled by in Indies dlviuo wink to dreamlesH rest Youvj VtopU Ilditiiutt J Union In lltrjii urccd WmMtA n 1 f iT-- SfSA 11 I throwing light Into the hole whllo 1 throw dirt out And proseuty the metal Htrueknomothing which ning it reraise Tho Familiar squatted In excitement and blshod oiftioiis over my punting head threatening mo with lain Irntn because 1 did not upheave the whole llud at otico Tho spado Rcocd a grea head over and it continued turiiiuf t lowly a if by its own will Tho top of a helmet on which Iliad been clinking reiimliid intact but thelower lirt broke away and an tinder jaw fell from its ancient leimse shedding teeth on the sniido with the rattle of over-riix- neat We were wrnptcd h the emotion1 of the discoverer I Htsed down und took hold of the helmet ami can still fiel Its pe culiar metallic tliill The skull was gigantic Wo tttriiiM it in the lantern lijht The ashen front lead had a delicacy of text Â¬ ure which was almost infant like Hut you aint tolliu about liijuns coin plained Moso curling himself i round in an- other attitude Wult Moses Their imvcain soles make no noise but step bv step throti h tho dark woods they arc coming Most glanced behind him whispered tc the Familiar that both of us working together could hnrdl dig out his length in a wee You could do It yourwlfin half th night hissed the Ktuniliar hold while the lantern for you if youd tmv put to it hope the whole skeleton b in tl and as well preserved an tho heath Thin proves my theory that Indian Uihcs buried their dead in mounds ami some of them had reached nhkh state of civilization Dont deceive yonrsell said I This proves my theory that on ancient race made this continent great when the old world was Rolf Â¬ 1 1 Dont ywi hoar tho lapping of water crle th dwarf Yi V Well thntn the wah of the open sen contending1 with men tor this priceless thing The Tiiill An artist who lias lately returned iron study In Paris iloolnrctf tint in mt ii8 in many other brunches of knmvl otljro instruction enn lio obtained in this country a -- uliifactorily hh nhioml dome u i iv with stony Icirhis and at their loot lapped a reservoir of water full of human fragments and piccor of ship Hens tho end of tho poiueh Irinucd The diamond brought joti lo tho tlwurl sock that whirling Maelstrom which cuts Its planes of water on this coast The way Is closed up Ixhtud you now get out lfot can throuili the Maelstrom Then the dwarf tiisrppeuretl just as if there never had been a dwarf and the Troll stood under tin rotoof Uio Maelstrom his knees shaking he Toll himnelt a dead Troll days the Maelstrom was a boilFor in tli ing miles in circumference When sailors In came middtily aware of eliding across a held of water depressed toward somo unknown oe iter they knew the Mael strom ban thorn First she described a huge I 1 1 owily rise through that thcoici rei I to the surface So on he wont Itll presently they camo under i rok thitght ci If this way lendn to IllllAiniiiiiA policemen were ur prised the dim IMminjj t liml and n lot let- policy priiyei nieeliii business in active operation tin lor tlm same roof Tlieto was no connection between the two The policy filers wen arrested ami removed without disturbing tho prayers insists lhu tlie piiinoy k one td tho oweis of the world ore of the great powers nay tho greatest power in the mural world to d t llt says lint the presence of oiaii einli--ado- iat lie papal com meais that ierntanv is ifrooeably eottuiiitted to the Pope sovereign iudepoidoinje PlvMAli K I Â¬ whe-lp-io- l Â¬ circle as m 1 tiliitwrfil In Imiluirisifi I A A BrotlicrsKeeper WOMANS WORK OF LOYE MID DUTY i y Miii i it BY MAItY HARTWELL CATIIERWOOD Ktuiikn Au ninu or rnAou o Doom iiiMi irii ifi i VHT sinnr to oiiniit Oirnutiu Oaiiik rut imi UTiimt lom Mass Hjomrs CoiijriijMul inn I y Hit A X Ktllojg XtHpn per COMiMryl I CHAPTIK CONIINUKU fnvot if ytmil ride her HomotuntM said Jurley Oh would you Yon Ive really thought of milking u ladys lmrso of her it Pd consider it front the coals Hed burn himself to ashes and set stuokin two or three days before he found it out if I didnt look after him Moso struck out at his brother with a list which revealed the third penciled slip Come Moses said Jurley lots havo the mellowing story lirst Oh git out muttered Mose in discom- Â¬ fort Some short and simple tide added only let it be calculated to touch Holmes x Oh git out repeated Mose twisting uneasily 1 would so love to get tiKii her now If you have tears prepare to shed them Hut nho iut roKrIy saddled for you now quoted M Ardle I donM uMtululMUt Middles If vou dont it oitl Oh blame it growled Mose object looking helplessly on all sides of him Oil I dont object said Jurley laughIf you cant do not hit i else cry a little ing except on account of your safety suggested Adin secure m having drawn a Ho stoooil to receive her foot it ml in an blank instant she ami Hess hud shot away through Here Mose give me your hat tor a fortho trees feit said Ihtrbe Vhil Voull redeem Thai girl will got ber nook broke exit some way They shant drive you to tears claimed Handy Thompson apprehensively I It You were onroloas Jurley declared while am by gaveis Mr Ourleys turn up his hut and curling Mose gladlv MeAnlle t tuning forward with disapproval his shaggy head nearer tin lire prepared Iot her alone suid Tom Holmes for uulhulted basking I spreading smoke around himself Hut said Jurley shouldnt be afraid lo see that little tiling tin This is sudden and I will endeavor togive folattention mount a tiger if Hho took the notion He low yourwar path the side that nngof lacks isnt going to run Adam or Ids sister kept skiiiiminv tho with nuylwdy thick sirup and the sound ol the skimmer Ill put up all I paid for her Tom that the stirrer on the Isdtin of youll bo wanting to buy that nug of mo bo on the sides orOurleys accompaniment the kettle was loro sl months Its a wiy you havo of Only a where abusing my choice and then begging it wo now sit few miles from theIs place you all said he as there away from me know a mound so ancient that the alsuigi 1hudH came buh in a few moments of this country could give no account of slipping to the ground and taking the bridlo lies Trees of it centuries growth sprint from on her arm as the horse paused Hoth it and it believed to be the work of an ex is wen exhilarated by the iiinnud she tied tinct race tho hitching strop in a horsemans knot pioneer paaround a branch by the time Hurley was at perslies stealing bodily from Mose bring sighed Tom Holmes hand to do il sugar water We all a Oil it waft delightful Wo rushed llko us pitcher of fresh love that mound It has been written about wind to tho very edge of Hlnek Hollow ourto And there we stood Mill und looked across and photographed but we like We rest It occasionally couldnt at the louesomest liurlit that shone like selves from keep some thing one eyed Just reiuly to spring at you house without that mound but when attempt to give Indian us And then we scoured uway from It us story Jack you are it to usa for uu advant taking mean fast us wo could no age of local weakness said onu Tho light In Ialntors cabin Only a few miles Irom the place where of tho sugur lmilors wo now sit repeated Jurley with a deaf And who Is Painter of countenance there said Tom Holmes waving expressionancient that the aborigines ofis a Pulntor mound so this aside his smoke is a natural curiosity of country could give no account of it Tiver tho hills Itft Kid how such human fungi of centurion growth spring from it and it is will spring up in tlv midst of wealthy ctvili believed to ho the extinct race ration Havent yon heard of him yot Miss That ought to give work of anaturt unless tho me a Phudtof Hes a hermit and as ugly a judges jHrsist in ringing fair back me creuturo ih you would want to nieot Thoy Tho Hurleys were always howoy toll that some woman jilti d him a century Hut I could stand turf or ho ago and soured Hint against tho race commented Tom I can quotations from old talk better than Hut its my opinion the old wretch was too is credited pioneer wipers Ho hUtigy over to got married Not many yeari ago the upcukcr was a with hooping harrcM of money in that old youth who had a Familiar and this Kamil ilon Wo dont know wliero ho camo from Ho and bin house wore suddenly there llko iar Instead of being such a mentor as his a toadstool Somo of tho neighbors think ho age ought to havo made him noted rather Is criizy hut Ids wits all como homo when as a tempter Tempt a mulish Jurley murmured ho makes a bargain Ho keeps his own house and I dont think unybodj in this reÂ¬ Tan Holmes teo tradition inter Â¬ Mexican relics and gion bus over nova the Insldo of It ested ns greatly and wo laid up lumps of said Neaso the sugar hecn it onct Tho ltoys paid hod melted nil his knowledge only one of us became inndtlve boiler burial that this old mound wan merely money together and made a gold stove gouo place of the native Indian and tho other So I peeked at tho wiidor whoa hed off but jest then ho como up behind mo became equally jHsltlve that it was of more inakln that noise in hit head and I dlsro ancient origin Aftei long qunToluig we decided t dig niombor what 1 seen or what I done until wo found proofs to satisfy us Hut as got an inilrmlly in his speech Hos jald Handy and thats a great mercy for tho law protected that mound from curious folks cant toll want hes u suyiu when ho Investigation wu decided to say nothing about our lutein ions but to go quietly there abuses thotu lu tin tiro with her lu tho night with pick and spade ami avoid Ihoobo Hat looking disturbing people luttids cnnstsl on her lap Adam and lo It was fall and hardly a leaf remained boiling Uipud lillwl on nioro brush ami tho on tho sighing trots I hugged my coit colbubbled louder Hear what the kettles say What do lar up to my cars not lnvuuse I was cold hut becuuae the wvudnes of the woods and tli nay to you Handy season drove one in on Idmsdi We found Notlilu Dotiblo double toll and trouble is tho the spot previously uinwd toon and both of Khukocarcuu ivndorlnjf of what iMnllng us fell to work digging stru jVt downward nimwoml Mc Our slldclttntorii was shut upnml set al hand intuUlron wti I hollove to llutdi on our discoveries Hofora long wo and grace Ardlo with lightness Tljutu witohiionsenso puffed Holmes stood to our waists in tho hole and then to lutorpivtod Adam our armpits Tho Fuiulllnr being corpulent Thesw luuv kittles myn If they have good luok and Mfrfodout and lar nowclliohcdout and said ho would o to Bleep iniddlphis head In tliom thut hold up tho lantern ThiH story is x contemptible poor jwr iMyll sugar oft boforo lonjj fonnume continued Tom Holmes hi what thoy attv Raid Pluuboj Thin It grow iattter as It gets on promised loiiV8 tvoubto uffort double trouble Tho Inity fat Familiar I wld uy it over und Ourley wbtertltaouWo1 Thoy epenet the lantern olulo und fatigued him- 1M UM utorUii Vr mares warm nock Ihubo nibbed lier cheek against tin the heart Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ felt J lit ll i ii i iitiu mi ll ii nuiiiiinniaY Iiililllllll lifted his lantern mid fhinhotf it around Wo both saw standing in unwinking gravity on the ridge of lrcsh earth a tall Indian who never moved a muscle while the Ian tern pcroed him The Familiar turned our light around the circle of the pit and behold we were surrounded bv a ring ol sav ages The seiiThinglnuUrn revealed their war paint their steady glittcringeyes their moccasin thong- - and even tiny wrinkles in tin ii- skin Neither the Familiar or sjHike we felt When the Familiar was under a spell pushed into the pit ilmtt smothering mo Hut some hunt thought it was i trick look my spade ami earth showered back Wo into that hole with turrifllc swiltnes endured the shower of clay tramping it under our loot in a dance so rapid or wo should have been buried The Pnuiiliurnsit bewitched still moved his lnntcru around in nclreloand there stood every brave motion loss wliile the spinle clinked intt the dirt fell in In a brief time we itood on level earth still tramping earth win re the hole Hut then the luntein was thing had been against a tree tho Indians seized us anil wo could realize were t led to saplings be I ore any thing except a door hide throng which cut palpably into my wrKr The elder Indians iHkhI in a group while limber young ones c llccted chunks twigs whole lumps tti wall us in lor burning Instead of preparing my mind lor death I found tin self ruiuitiutini on the Familiars immense oajMcitx tor combustion and if he would not burn up richlj like a barrel ol tar As our rres mounted so did the spiris of our captors who wore so determined to keep front the white man the secrets of their ancient lirtd They danced and threw tomahawks awhile thou thoy paused and stared then thoy ft 11 ii kmi their knees in two circler ami all blew the Humes lean still see those aquiline noses bent to t nrth those leathern cheeks distendinami collap iug as thej blew Hut that ghostly tho of the past nibbed in the hegiuuiuf out of two hard sticks would not take hold of tho breathing present It failed oven to ivnriii us Ami when those wretched beings became convinced of that tact they rose with one accord ami tomahawked each other anil threw each other into tho lire in true Indian fashion until tho Familiar and I wore walled about by their charred llgurcrt ami not one bravo was left Wo esciiMtl from our saplings we Hod from the sjHit Hut never uficrward were we able to llutl nuv trace ol digging or burning This is the simple tale I dont believe theres a word o truth in It commented Mose re How can ou bo so incredulous Â¬ Â¬ I I 1 woii-tlerin- thiTwou ti shovtlfu i of rthanl - Â¬ Â¬ monstrated Ourley Why It Mtwo dont stum to rcaton paid Is argued Imagination his bauds airily a line thing Moses Oh isnt It murmured Pbtebe watch ing the lit i Its u kind of wonder palace that you can stop into out of any thing May be luzarus bad his head in snob a pal- ace hutever your self lucks you wilt llutl in a lHrfect self in that wonder pdaoo So that Itoeemnas if toil gave us a sixth sense with which we can enjoy things wo Â¬ McAidle spreading i J down and lushed him across the face with bodies and stung him with sea nettles until ho threw up his arms ami was sucked among the dead in the reservoir scarcely able to lilt his nostrils over the brink So stubborn wis the Troll howi ver that he crept again to tho lurnaco and this time the dwarfs stuck their llnme like tongues in his face and bent over ami shipping themselves and Itvisting their tiny black noses in derision Without watching them the Troll tem perod hiuiMlf a third time Ant after that rudof the Maelstrom bo would not have lilted a linger for his life ami the whole world besides The ehild came ami smoothed his brained limbfl saying Poor little hill Troll Tin ready to die said the Troll Hut lifter ho hud rested along time ho added Ill die triug it thouyh Over mid over ho toniiRTod himself over aud over he tried the Maelstrom astonished to llutl how life ami determination did linger in him until ho rose through the whlrliool Mfflil Itll It 1111 l1tf l IIMillU lllkl fHt rlfk tlllw uv llu MmMvim lvlullIIS eoiquerttl ami Â¬ I who liotl tootln r for nearly foinleeii years liofiui es Â¬ tranged and liiiall I went one cu s iyo were iiinrcetl wore rent uvid ie hit hands the thuds directions--boatiuThey i id been oentU al Kansas it ami feet t an amber glow ihu vor v tint of living all the time iu that nh aid light under water Then he crept out and launched into the meoliii aooitleutally at n trieiids base of the Maelstrom Hut il boat him house the o hiislantl now ieil s A i metal The hammer and anvil are not inetnls sayn the i hild You make yourself able to rise through the Maelstrom So the Troll went to the furnace of the ore itwnrfs Ho siwthom fuo ami force into upper iivh and soil the inetab for which men dig The black follows would witc jets of llery liquid aim lonpinu like meteors Ling them to force thoir way uiiwrnl They looked turiouidji tho Troll und miitle Hut without ucakiug to them he IneoK went to the hammer ami mivil which tho child showed him These tools while he worked with them pulsed through all the eoloi vof the rainbow They must be made of light he thought llo beat away on his heart but the more he thumped the larger it grow and when he put it baek into place it pushed out his chest ami hfwd him oT the groand At that the Troll dropped his tools dashed out ol the lurnaco ami threw hnnsolt across the reservoir which opened into the sea sure that he could face the Maelstrom His light heart earned him straight up the whirlpool but before he had risen si fathoms he wus HUiuied ami Miflocntcd the boa threw him back into the reservoir ami shook her witchs ilst at him through tho opening us is that onougli for yon ifsayiiir The Troll limped buck to the furnnec where every grinning dwin f eaixred at him Hut ho hammered his Drains iml con densed them until thoy became magnetic forcibly tl rawing or repelling objects Ami when ho put them back in his head ho saw himself differently ndtld not attempt tho whirlpool again until h had followed all Â¬ my dwarf doe- tlum NVt bul take your heart your brain your hands and feet one after tho other ami beat aud toiiiKr them on the anvil They are all llo ill objected the Troll A nice temper I should beat into then on tim head Then the felt her fury She whirled and bent them she rolled them over rntl c uik ht d thr m in her rwful jaws out of which no ship or man over rose again Pretty tKiu a voice nerr tin Trolimid Who knows Troll but you may conquer this Maelstrom ami quiet its rage lor the rommuder of the centuries lie looked around and saw a white child You have worked in tin quriios nut knit your ctronth says the child and I can show you the way to the ore dwarfs and in their furnace you will tlml a haiumor ami SlUVll lVtld for lltlV bodv vho wnntK to use - swinging them iirouud her vic- Â¬ Osk eisoii that bi critniu ils m tlisjiootl of with epedititii in lief court is that the prtieeedin i IIhio arj rnreh iiljeetetl to review II j very Mhloin that the jiiiljiiient ol i l S circuit court iu a criminal case - not final Iu the Stale courts on thruihcr 1 lliiml proeeetliiis ill are i e iowetl tu tleath crilllill ll ei es niii Francisco llulit more important question i m eomo Indole the Coiiross which liar just n sembleil i linn the prohibition f umle Measure- - will siraldo mimiratitm have to be taken to shut out the polit- Â¬ ical which have hc u the growth of centuries of inisTue n Ku ropo is riitl as the sinill po or tln cholera Tin No tli-en- -fs lax mi ilrummer- - froi or been tleolarotl tineoiislitutoi Slates al by halm Pond of the lnitol slates ha- - Tnr Citcitit touri tf North Cnndiu The State will carry the matter to tho Uniied States Supremo Court which iis ih citiotl in a oiso from Tennessee that such taxes can not bo log ally coMedI North Minima is aitl tticollcL soi no ainiualh from this source l the Massachusetts recently cxpci ieneeil a curious change of weilher On entering- the eastern end of roe tun- Â¬ nel the irnuh is loft i i utiitrv on which rain was pouring and wlm h wis levtiiilof omi On oImihv tunnel the travelers in loainthe with nsioiiishinoiil a driving snow sttiini ami a snow covered gioiud Hoos-mTim-lie- Tnwitilis ilirotih iu - ctii niit t g Â¬ i ly fell in loe njaiu with iis Ioriuei wite iruposed ami wnsnecopl sl VtuAii K the now lnuiiagc is un making- rapid lnlwa tloiiliteilly Ahroatl it is alread spoken ami writ- Â¬ ten iy inan tliousaiids ami vviinn tho last twelve months it has been taken up eagerly on this side of the water Il is simple ami easily learned Ildeed the general iiueipls can be nctpiiiod in two or throe lessons and tltis is a point wliieh is immensely in ts faMir I Van Znit - by m means lacking in sluvwdncM Sim tle inurtdy applied to iho Chicto hibiary for permission to draw hooks as Mr Miss Nina N Spies Th urn lingers thiokitig- it - 1 i dont What on ea th is the girl tidkiu about I jKisness h a iMinl The library is under the control ot the city govornment ami thus thusc eiitlenien ave liei iminteutioiiill a piaxi ohMoinl leeoiiition of llie silitlil of Ue pvoy marriage ilid not matter 1 Â¬ said Handy Thompson She is tuning hur imagination for the story alHHtt the North volunteered Jurley thought one out a long whllo ago said Phdbe when I was reading Scainllnuviau thiugs ulKUit Thorand Sif ami Wodln but this is about a hill Troll complained Now what a a hill Troll Handy He was a little spirit fellow sometimes good and somotimon bad who lived Itisido u hill There aint none of them things said Mose with conviction There was this one Troll insisted Phiebe iud ho quarried rook And ono night when he put up his quarrying tools a wrinkled dwarf came ami iiftered to show him away down iu the heart of the earth u iliuuiomllliicr thun any the nun ever saw He ditl not hotdtutc to follow tho dwarf ud if Had that diamond Ill put up my quarrying tools for a humiml years said tho Troll They went down ami went down until the Troll liegni to distrust his guide and culled a halt They were under the very libs of tho earth Ill go no further says the Troll Dont you hear a Thodwcrf hiURhed booming turn ml ays he Yes Well thats tho sound made by people on the other side of the earth trying to pick this diamond out The Troll hurried on again until ho fell unothorod und slopped agaiu buym J Til go no further 1 i I C sl --v z J I V i m 1 hZM iYK J viiTf sW r lfi w mm V TY i - Lvi mJJ1 A I r I J w 11 Lwf-r- l- a i 1 I 111 s Ri V- - -r- rSf IgL s j - I I I r - i si iL WAir U is no i Tin trial of K l llarpor tin Cni einnati bank wrecker was a model for judicial imitation fnun liogiiiiiiu to entl There was no delay in the pro Â¬ ceedings no lagrjiiiir tf tin wheels of justice uiul no waste of lime on side is Â¬ sues Tho trial was conducted in n fair and impartial m manner a hi ex Â¬ tort tho praise of the tlotetidants coun- Â¬ sel On dune - I lie Kideliu Uiuk failed The ollundors wen soon in Â¬ dicted anil iu les than siv months ilm foremost criminal was convicted ami landed iu the State prison Tiiomimin tho wtdl known With our writer sas tes wido open to immijrralioti ami with a stand- Â¬ ing premium olVered on alien inllueiKtx iu our literature ami our art with our hook stalls domineered h editions of pes iituislit ami uihilistio hooks of foreign authorship itn t 1 longer dangerous except in winter slormit Aril the whole worhl who did not care a pin foi the Troll Wlieu he was licutcu just to tleath hi his stihtcrruucun reservoir coultl not praise him enough A prolonged snore from Mose covered the cllnuii of this story Adam draggetl mm I- iitfii viaii i Mt Miukhig like an owl or 7i hi ttiMtxi inJ Ciiai Ki hi Iksn s may be neatly but nianently llied by thoroughly souktrig liewspaHin In paste mutlo of a hnlf pouud of Hour thrw ipnirts of wuteruud half u pound of alum mixed uiul lioiled The mixture will lie ubout as tbtek us putty and inuv be forced into the era vice wlthu eu knife It will hurdiu like implex- much Â¬ - ir with ourcrnics muuistio uoxtdM ami wilit our pulpiN hellowlng adoration of ToUti n Tnr eindlaml the ros who shall wmnler that anarehy dares to lay it train ami explode its bombi in our mulc iuin ponu i to eoiu fSS 9 HAZEL GHEJEX HERALD wont hove appropriate PPRNCKH COOIKU Iubiisner KENTUCKY IAZrLGllKEN - THE VANISHED SHIP I 1 mi hli culled Youthful Hope uculosl It with streamers iwy Pauwoll to wocplnif Imu cried Ami piyly 1 nulled awuy buhl Ami 11 Over the mm 1 to tin Suuiut Isle Where uhles sue ulwavs blue and soft Anil MiuiiiHT always smiles railed and sailed Tli l rwiiii Dal or tiio Koldoti sand t leaped Fair ship good bye And filed I slnill never tiro of the beautiful Jslcs And the soft blue of the shy wnh hiMl inv ship as It drifted otT Ami vanlbhud In the Ken And wondered Uithtly if love at homo Were wooplm still for me 1 UW fnreil I I then In One morn on the botch of gold vrei liiil inv IiamN to the past and cried i KVO me the duj s of old the Sunset lslcO Coiir Pick come bade i ship of Youtli Out ol tlio pathless main Take mo and waft me swiftly baelt To wt oplni lovo again tlio ship of Youth Ions since Ha- - nnlt beneath the deep And lovo on the dear old horo- of home Ala - In wept Itself to sleep in hmtl itnen lliit Iliiitkrilnrj THEYRE CHARMING An Englishwomans Opinion of Hor American Sistora AureciiSilo mill Never Koiln Isiially Very Pretty mill Always Wo It icu4 Which Will Ite Kiiiuiilty ln- Uorsod DM This Shit lrsil n long not moan to dissertation Oil lilt In Ill SOXo if an other nuartor of tin globe or to write ui exhaustive essay on the female por- tiou of tlio American nation lint as the American latlies rho eome over to till ei un try form such a feature ami generally Mioli a pleasing one in the socioH f Ihe present day there may be Millie interest in noting the dillor-eiicc- existing between them and our own countrywomen It is no womlor that lluniirh in the groat minority a- - tar as numbers go they hold their own in London or any other of ioty The day a are long past sdnoe The Fair Hnrbarian w as looked down on by the pelf important leaders of a Miil count rv town coterie simplv bemuse sho was an American The tide h vs completely turned the other way and Americanisms from fair lip are hailed with delight thep- quaint savings and way of putting tiling often remind one of Mark Twain the accent that so few of them get the bet Â¬ ter of makes every thing sound still quniutot nnd when to this is added a charm ng manner partly the gift of nature and partly also owing to their being acustomcd to society from their earliest childhood no wonder that the arc welcomed witn open arms The American child and the Ameri Â¬ ca n girl seldom experience the com Â¬ parative seclusion of nursery and school room which is the common lot They are before of English children the public so to speak from tins be- Â¬ This may work badly in ginning home lespecls but ease of manner is errtabH gained Tim ordinary Amer Â¬ ican gni is as much at home in society Us if she were an experienced dowager of lifty mauruib honl is unknown They mny err in the other extreme but ns a rno thoy are quite at their ease not forward and do not often resemble thai precocious- brother of Paisy Miller who at nine year old sat up all night rofiised to go to in hotel pariors Italy because there was no candy there nd to use tlio words of his sis- Â¬ We il - a most American saying They aro very seldom possessed with the feeling that so many Englishwomen have that they must be up ami doing On the contrary they like things done for them and to tell truth a pretty American gets as much work out of a holo train of admirers as possible Henry iJnnios says in one of his novels American women the pretty ones at least are at once the most exacting in the world and the least endowed with a sense of indebted- Â¬ ness They make their mankind whether relations or adorers fag for them to Use a school boy expression in a way that would never enter the iiead of an Englishwoman An Amer Â¬ ican beauty expects to be bunched sent bouquets as a matter of cour e before men ball by at least two or three of the voting men in her train she also expects them to run her message- - do her commissions and in the most matter-of-faway allows them the privilege of being general pa masters tor any expedition or party that may begot up She looks on that as the proper thing and hardly de Â¬ serving thanks and certainly it is the custom of the country and has its origin in the chivalrous feeling that a man should do every thing to honor protect and please the ladies he has It must not for a mo Â¬ under his care ment be thought that American women are not proud or hao any idea of It is sponging on their friends come out simply a custom which has of the very independence of the women In the Old World women of America are always accompanied by their im Â¬ mediate relations when they leave their homes on anv expedition of pleasure and these of course do the needful as regards necessary outlays hence it follows that young men are not always expected to frank their fair companions Now often in America expedition are got up entirely for and by voting people and the men of the partv unlurnllv an the entertainers It an American woman is provided with father brother or husband it must be added that sho makes them work as hard as her adorers and ex Â¬ pects them to make much of her cater for her amusement and help her to the lovely time that she fccla is hers bv right In an American lainily the girl of the house is the important person and the father and mother practically no where even when they arc above the average in ability or position thc al- Â¬ ways more or less yield the as to the daughter a place that she with a mixture of common sense and calcula- Â¬ tion takes ami keeps as long as possi- Â¬ ble She seems to grasp the idea that youth and good looks aro fleeting pos- Â¬ sessions and that she must make as much of them as possible lr jour cut ct a good time- j far more foreign in all their habits and ideas than English On the oilier hand an American wctnan will look after her household duties much more minutely than an English woman Servants are usually so bad in America that ladies are ac Â¬ customed to do there many things which herearc left entirely to servant American women are much more the equals of men in America than they are considered in England To begin with they are more independent in evcrv wav Thev share eqtiallv with their brothers in money or property consequently there is no head of a family Thev are aNo accustomed to much more freedom in their education they read the same books study the same subjects and hear them discussed precisely as their brothers do They are used to women doctors women editors in fact women in every sphere which hitherto have been kept entirely to men on this side of the Consequently when herring pond they come over here they charm us with their frankness gayety and spirits ns well as by the ease of man- Â¬ ner natural grace and ability to shine in society which they share in com mon with Frenchwomen Like Frenchwomen also they are essentially and entirely feminine in all their ways They are Usually very prclt with very good complexions small bauds and daint feel and alwavs erv well dressed so that when to all these graces of mind and body they lay them Â¬ selves out to please no wonder they are thought charming and have the success in societv they appreciate so lnudun much and so well deserve Â¬ TEMPERANCE READING DEW DROP INN Tho Dew drop Inn Inviting stands With open door and outstretched hunrii And ulci tho weury passer by To top and drink if ho bo dry To pause ntul purchase with hit itold The poison Unit will miilte him old licforo bin time for iloath and sin Are there to seize who do drop in Music splendid and patnttiiM litre And easy chairs whore may reullno The victim as he sips hi wine trim death behind the counter stands With eyeless ochrts ami bony hands And measures out tlio pild tln To helpless souls who do drop In IllKh heaps he there In crystal bead The crimes that to the pillows lead He bids them drain with poisonous breath Vices that malce them long for death leixhauce they drinlt mid as they pour They can not stop but call for more To slake the iiuonchless thirst within They thus are served who do droit In Roon soon alas their gold is koiic Health reputation fr ends are How u All koiic but thirst which seems to Krow And then the tempter bids them ko They seek the door there are but two To let the palsied letlm through A jail or alms house these do win The luckless souls who do drop In II Jlfdn in an Iloirimm Hut It wns reserved for modern chom l istry and for tho methods of numeri- Â¬ cal facts and clinical exporionco to attempt to define tho position of tho alcoholic drinks as medicines ami as foods Tho Dew drop Inn Ik furnished fair tt ALCOHOL AND HEALTH Kestrletlvo Measures Crowing Out of Sanitary Moral Kcitnomlciit or Social Interests Tlio Movement Abroad unit at lloiiie It can not be denied that there is a general awaking not only of the pub- Â¬ lic but of the legislative mind as to the evils of alcohol in its use as a beverage Whether states and coun- Â¬ tries are moved to restrictive measures as a sanitary a moral an economical or a social question it is not always easy to decide The general use of beverages having alcohol in them does so much harm in each of these direc- Â¬ tions that it is not always easy to single out any one as the operative and pro pelting cause This tmncment is not confined to Queen THEY NEVER Tlio KUiil or u WIlV 1 STOP It was at onco agreed that theso drinks might contain soino nutrients as furnished by malt or essential oils or fruit juices but inasmuch as their use is for the alcohol thoy contain and all other contents can bo moro easily furnished in some other way tho main question was and is whether alcohol is disposed of in the system in accord with any of tho known laws of all mentation in the discussions and counter opinions of chemists and clinicians both sides have had some strange surprises As asserted foods they were first examined In tho light of the convenient divisions of nitrogen Â¬ ous nnd carbonaceous foods or such as aid in construction or develop into heat and force Hut it was in vain that alcohol was searched for amid tlio plastic elements It did not contain any of of nutrition the materials of tho body or allow of transformation into them by any of the known laws of the albuminoid It was still more of a surprise foods and even unsuspected by the oppon Â¬ ents to their use when it came to be shown that alcohol is not a producer of heat that as Anstie puts it itn or as Prof force can not bo heat No one has been able to Wood says detect in tho blood any of the ordinary In tlio products of its oxidation says Edward Smith Arctic regions it was proved that tho entire exclu Â¬ sion of spirits was necessary in order to The more recent testi Â¬ retain heat mony of leneral Jreely is to the same intent A 1 Independent A DEATHLY m w m k lM T nit Mnkes Men ilrny UrOrt Their Time she says after William William is curled snugly up under the blankets for the night did you lock the front ys William In icily Youre sine you did Yes Yes Yes it BUSINESS M1 Kiopliiylni ltrcwor tliiwlttlnuly Tonttfj AkiiIiisI Their Own Caltliiu Why Tlioy Want More Apprentices jur American Slates one of the most measures of he icriuau stringent Keichstag was the tax levied upon alcohol It was pcrnaps tho strongest sanitary measure of tin session and must lend to diminish the use of al- Â¬ coholic drinks The alcohol tax amounts to lift- - pfennigs or about twelve cents of our money per litre or quart of pure alcohol manufact Â¬ ured in lermnny For spirits intro- Â¬ duced from abroad it is one hundred and eighty marks for one hundred kilograms Alcoholic fluids used for industrial purposes or for medical and scientific purposes arc exempted While there is great doubt as to tho ultimate benefits of taxation for reve Â¬ nue as a Temperance measure it is believed that it will promote Temper anco and health among the lower classes of the people In Switzerland pome time since a bill was drafted by the Government and passed by the JJundesrath and now has been subIt mitted to the vote of the people was feared that this bill which gave to the state a monopoly of the business would not be sanctioned by the popu Â¬ lar vote Hut the vote stood 257 m acs and INK 122 no This will put a higher price on alcoholic drinks and place the regulation of the traflic di- Â¬ rectly under state control An important icaturo of the Swiss Alcohol act is that ten per cent of the net revenue which the cantons will gain from the alcohol tax is to be spent in unfolding to the people the effects In its sanitary feature it is of alcohol much superior to the iorntan law and promises to be of value in combating tlio dreadful alcohol plague in that country Some time since important legisla- Â¬ tion was had in France on the basis of startling statistical faets as to the in Â¬ crease of alcoholic consumption and the use there of intoxicating drinks goes far to show that wine producing and beer guzzling populations are by degrees brought to indulge in general alcoholic excess What has happened in several of the States of our Union is more familiar to our reactors It is a ghost to political parties that will not down at bidding It involves groat principles and interÂ¬ ests in political economy in finance in the indispensable moralities of a free government and in all that relates to tho physical intellectual and moral xvclfaro of mankind In the discussions that aro as inevit- Â¬ able as they aro important the cllect of alcoholic heveragiH upon health can not but be regarded as rightly It can not be doubted prominent tho practice and prejudice of the that lias been very medical profession Htrougly in favor of a very general uhd of alcoholics as a medicine and that most of the professions believed the moderate use of these stimulants as a beverage to bo commended and np proved Tho fact of their universal use at the fountains of medical learn Â¬ ing and by most physicians In all their social and convivial assemblies could not hiithnvoiuiutluonooon their Some like Dr Hush had judgment bounded thu note of alarm and a few had boon bold enough to sock the ro gtrlctlon of thuir use At its last session Â¬ Â¬ door sure And von slipped the bolt too out in the morning didnt get over We havent much aiiy it for a week bodyd want to steal 1 know but I I gae You know you forgot it once and me such a turn when found it 1 Â¬ dont want the little for I- 1 - you tell we have taken I attended to the doors Well 1 hope so for goodness sake You attended to the basement door I tell von Hecaitse if you hadnt you or I one or tho other would have to get up and attend to it now I read to day Yi - ter Hatrdolph C Miller believed in nothing No oihj takes so much trouble to plea e to make herself agreeable and nice things a a charming to sa an woman and as a rule it is Amern not only tho young and attractive she lays her self out to fascinate but even schosc who arc voted old bores and proy creatures receive good treatment An American woman t her hands is never rude the insolence of many a Loudon lady who poses for being a graude damo would be impossible to her Sho does not pose for any thing all she wishes is to have a good and that with a singular lime mixtuti of acutoness and good nature Kite iiuds sho can best attain when at Family jars peace with all tho world quarrels are not at all in and family her Hue live ami lot live is her motto by win h moans largo families dwell in peace togothor anil under tho same roof who in England would not tempt Irovidonco by doing so Of course these i any going ways have some dts ad images children are not kept in order girls aro practically their own chaperons mothers as a rule spoil their children and seldom interfere with their daughters arrangements In fact though wo may be general Â¬ izing too much tho aim and object of American women in to enjoy them- Â¬ selves they like sooloty and shine in Ho it and they do not llko bother good und Notll bo happy but you mix jennes indeed in America This spirit of calculation was amus- Â¬ ingly displayed by a lovely little Amer- Â¬ ican girl who was seen by her friends to devote herself day after day to the study of a very dry and learned book on be Ilistorv of the Earlv Topes ing asked if she was really interested in what she read she laughed at the ver idea and said Von know while lam ottng and pretty no one cares whether I know any thing or not but the day will come when I shall neither be one nor the other and then 1 shall have something to fall back on and people will be very glad to discuss all The about the Topes witlt mo then same little lady would neither sew be Â¬ cause it spoilt her hands nor walk any distance for fear it might make her feet large and she owned to these ideas so naively that whereas in an English girl it would have appeared the most foolish vanity in her it only seemed a nil her calculating prudence and a desire to make the best of her- Â¬ self The fact is the frivolity of American women is mostly on the surface but owing to the radical dillerenco there is between life in America and life in England the women oi the two coun- Â¬ tries have hardl any thing in com- Â¬ This may sound too sweeping mon an assertion yet a little consideration First of will show that it is the truth all there Is no country life in Amer Â¬ ica as we understand it in England there is no aristocracy or upper ten and consequently no dependents no old retainers and very few of those duties towards their inferiors in rank which form a part of tho education and after life of many Englishwomen of the best kind and gives them responsi- Â¬ bility and a sphere of usefulness quite I said that a man down on street forgot to I dont care if he did And in the middle of the night a burglar walked right in ami It is 1 dont care what you road I notion to get up and see if Youre von bine locked that door a Mire lc dont believe it How many times have 1 got to tell you that I did lock it Well you thought you locked it that time when you left it unlocked Will you be qulet dont care William you know yourself how careless you are and See here Mary lane this has got to end right here Hut il doesut end there and it doesnt end for an hour and William arises in the morning with the lines on his brow a little deeper and the hope- Â¬ less desperate look still in his face 1 A Long Street Car Lino The longest street ear Hue in the world is now in process of construc Â¬ tion in the Argentine Republic It is ro much longer than any other line The Ale and Porter H rowers Asso- Â¬ ciation held a meeting iccently at their headquarters in this city to discuss the position of their employes in their de Â¬ mands for higher wages A scale of wages deemed satisfactory was adopted for the dillercut grades of workmen in connection with the brewing business but says the New York fribuno in fault was its report of the meeting found with the refusal to adopt the rule that only one apprentice shall be employed to every twenty livo in that Men die rapidly men kind of employment and the employers claim that the men die too fust to limit the number of apprentices to one for Though the liter- Â¬ twenty five men of the United States ary bureau Hrewors Association spends thousands of dollars annually to Hood the coun- Â¬ try with spurious documents proclaim Â¬ ing tho healthf illness of beer as a beverage this re- Â¬ Temperance futing testimony of tho employing thus unwittingly brewers of this eit giuMi in their strife with llioir em ployes in the matter of employing more apprentices because the wen die too fant to limit tho number w of a most significant and star ling char actor The beer business Is a deathly businesf which ought to be everywhere speedily abolished A very practical refutation of the brewers false assertion concerning the henlthfulnoss of beer is given by those life insurance companies which refuso to accept brewers and beer sellors Tito lenora among their risks of the Northwestern Mutual Agent Life Insurance Company in a letter from Providence H 1 replying to an What risks aro not inquiry as to enumor by your company written Proprietors among the rejected atus of restaurants where liquor is sold saloon or bar keepers brewers and others engaged in lie sale of liquor Nothing is more sonsative tliiiu capital and the experience of this and other con- Â¬ companies has demonstrated clusively that beer risks in life insur Â¬ ance are financially a losing invest- Â¬ ment National Temperance Advocate Â¬ All si a E Si ft unknown in America Of course in old times in the slave States something of the same kind existed but it has practically died out now Again American girls aro not ac Â¬ customed to tho active outdoor lifo of their English sisters They do not hunt they never walk and as a race abominate outdoor exercise in fact thev me far more French in their 1 think tho habits than English groat deal to do with it climate has a but certainly what strikes a casual observer In America is that thoy are that it quite dwarfs the eight and ten It is also the mile roads of our cities only street car line in tho world which uses sleeping cars The road has two hundred miles of track connecting a number of towns in the vicinity of Horses are used there Hueiios Ay res as motive power instead of steam be Â¬ cause fuel is dear horses cheap and the people are slow Two tons of coal Tito will buy a horse and harness equipment for this road has been en- Â¬ tirely furnished by a Philadelphia oar The sleeping cars aro a company They are four In number curloslu eighteen foot in length and are fur- Â¬ nished with four berths each which are made to roll up when not in use Tho cars are furnished with lavatories water coolers linen presses and other conveniences am aro finished through- Â¬ out with maliogitny The other ari aro four double decked open cars twenty platform cars twenty gondola cars sixteen refrigerator cars four poultry cars furnished with coops eight cat tin oars two derrick cars for lifting heavy material and two hun Â¬ Chicago Inter Ocean dred bo cars An Explanation and work He comes and wants when it is given him he Is pleased and seems to sue visions before 1dm of mon ey and clothing and a growing future Put in a few dajs his work is neglect- Â¬ ed and ho is ready to leave It and does leave it bearing a scowl on his counteÂ¬ Â¬ nance and tilling Ida words with bitterness What produced tho changer The explanation is In his poekot from His inten- Â¬ which protrudes a bottle tions were good and under tho inllu ences of his bettor impulses ho was looking forward to a good life of in- Â¬ dustry and plenty Hut tho demon within him and tlio opportunity with- Â¬ out met to ruin him and away he wont in sulky desperation towards n minora bio und United Presbyterian Â¬ What maintains onu vice would If tho ono bring up two children vice is driinkonnosi it would bring up Farm Stock und a whole family -- Home Christian men have nous at stxka Which aro tho most valuable Iiquou men have dollars at stake -- rS mmmm 41 r r i tWHMMWMBI MiWwmiii juimjwjMiiMw T- - BJUtumnLfHiMUMwan i v J- - l Subscription JUnnoy to 4 Hazel Gheen Hehald Acioiiiiitiy a Year Mm Xante inwntma FLEXCER C00PE1J Knnoii KY i lum 5000 Western Lunatic AHyluin lMtiU7 lumitic ouUiide of AxyluuiH 1200521 18717-112 Total The bonded debt of Kentucky irt071 Institute 2105 Colored Wind Asy Â¬ Blind Asylum 28200 i MA2TEL CREEM it I1 J IUDAV Jilllliurv 13 1H88 mwmiwWMiMJWWWWWmvw There is now every reason to hope for u railroad The people of Mt Sterling jail Montgomery county on Thursday idght of last week dcinoimlratod their desire for the extention of the coal road iu uumUlaknhlo terms and if the Legislature amends the charter of that road iid of the Kentucky Charleston and Western road the probability Is that we nay have one or both of them running tthis place by thij time net year However wo do not believe that we can M dirc either withoutMUueeiibrt Indeed we believe that Wolfe county will be wl led upon to subscribe to the capital Mock of the road or roads that mi y be luiilt through her territory There will at first be hoiiio opposition to this but every man whoowns property intiHtcvent aully see that he will bo benefitted As ve are situated at present land is worth very little With a railroad running through the county it would be worth double Then why should the land owner refuse to pay a small per cent on his present holding when by so doing he jii double the price of it The tax that we will be called upon to pay for this improved condition may not bo ah much as one cent per acre but we are Mtisfied it will be something and for what reason ask our readers to think the matter over and be prepared for the proposition when it is put Â¬ - fWi7duonnoiu will he Wlnle bond I iu niwt iliw mi n iimiMiiithuj to 31 327001 1UU5 ftH i ni to addition the county bond amounting to interest is paid through the inlim fund Gc of the revenue joing into this fund paid out of the State The amount Treasury for convoying convict to the 1SSI5 to State Ieuitentiarv from lulv 1 her uoudri are tinieclccmunlc 7S0J1 ami For Fall and Winter Requisites AT S M BRAUNS FAMOUS NEW- STORE - and the MOUNT STERLING KY L uusmil induceiiu uN in every depart incut in ni inline n o stnblishmontl After spending several days in the mar kets for merchandise at prices that touch every pocket and catch fvry eye I am prepared to show you goods and prices that are without precedent in llii city My reputation i the leader of low prices shall be unrivalled this coining winter n every department is filled with now goods and at prices that will sell Â¬ June KLKUANT LINK OF LAWKS AND MlSSICS NKW MAKKETS and CLOAKS Statutes 1IOSIKUY iLOVKS The amount of tax paid into the State FLANNELS all prices and all Ttcaurv upon the street railroads in qualities Kentucky iu 18S0 was 1820 and in 1887 SHAWLS it was i550 SHIRTS I5LANKKTS The white school fund received from IK US HYS KTC the amount paid into the State Treasury during the hint fiscal vear was the sum 01011111 The amount paid out of the State Treasurv to support idiots from Julv of 1 witness claims to and same period the fees of jailers were 8008111 and sheriils wero M7 I210 The amount paid into the State Treasury in 1880 upon the Stale seTil was 101 and iu Ss7 it was 1077 Pr ious to the administration of Coveinor Knott the State did not receive one cent from thisource as required by the Cleneral 1 New Goods 18S7was10iR55 forguaids lor the Low Prices 911057 The amounted I55I117 10 Â¬ jVTTnrr ImG W flnriirl CTUUUb I Low Prices CLOTH INC and CCKKSCIUCWSrn Hand Made MOtrs ec SllUKs Of all desetiptions MHNS 150 YS ic CHILDKIOXs CASIIMIOKIX HATS AND CATS OF ALL KINDS TIHNKS AND VALlSlS LAWKS FrRNtsinxc coons COLOIIKD DRHSSOOOHS PLAIN PLAID and mi y noons STKIPEDTUKOATS all colors DIAGONALS WOKsTHDs OYHKCOAiV KXCLISU MKLTOXs KINKSrnv them UNDERWEAR I OUOdozen of all the staple and standard makes of Meiino Cashmei Camels Hair etc and will letailfintfle garments Iain starting this reason with over COMPANIONS KTC ICTC Â¬ l0075 The surplus paid into the State Tieas urv from the In urance lWiieau during the hVul year was 700000 The salaries paid from the State Treas 1880 to June JO 18S7 ury from Inly amounted to 1510500 The total amount of revenue paid into the Stale Treasurv during the last fiscal year was Frankfort 1SPU 50 tolune 18S7 was 77 Hew Goods Low Prices I 4 tor ladies men and children ier less than otlu r and smaller dealers in this town have to pay jobbers for nine ipial- I Mew Goods i tie- - rtl Low Prices iihh n Â¬ I WANT YOUR PATRONAGE wTifiiirrmTWii 1 rrnmi rmii inniT niTrifrrnmnririini iimnninwinfwniTrirriniiiiitiirriinPi ni lU u am ji i li Argus til Jt Road Tho Death Roll Which mks ftftV ftTi -- JL irjirjiv fk BALDRXDGE HOGAN irSAW CO ami Long in -- Manufaetun-rs t Kngli h S 1 i tl 13 the bills of mortalitv of any liro city may be fitly designate ami Mr S S Canity for several years vou willftnd that renal and vesion hook keeper and reporter for the adie that is to say thos that allect tbi Democrat has boon promoted to the kidnevs or bhnldei have a remarkable aid pi o e hid almost position of associate editor Ham is a prominence ixtiidorance Mrightsflisiiiaud li ibiin orv vigorous as well as versatile writer stage are randy cured and in tho and we welcome him to the fold Our ae gravel chronic ol the blunder and enurcatarrh ijuaintance with Sam has been over some esis sdiy many Yet at the outlet when three years and ulways pleas ant and the trouble merely amounts to inactivity now that he is more closely connected of the organs involved the danger may be nulilied by that pleasint renal t uiie we hope our friendship may be strongly ami diuretic llostetters Stomach Uittoi cemented by fraternal feclimr Heres to which imparts the rMtiisite amount of von Ham with onlv cold water tone to the organs without over exciting them and the useofwhieh is convenient and involves no elaborate preparation 1Ion 11 MriritATiour Senator and a usual coneoiuitant of renal M Oiivkii the Jtcpresontative complaints and debility which they inHon fioin this district in the Legislature are variably pioduce are remedied by it both placed upon important commitlres So noaro constipation malarial rheuand nervous ailments in their respective houses and will both matic Wo bo found very ellieient workers AHSON AND MURDER hope they may do something towards Plkti County KtiilurUy tlm Senile ttT developing this country and to that end rinie Ky hope they will support the bill to work special to the A Cutlet tsburg Cincinnati Lmpiirer Ian Othsays Inconvicts on the mountain roads telligence lias just u ached this place ol one of the iuot wanton and diabolical Mr T K Haktmjy has become asso- cases of arson and minder ever commitTho ciate editor of the Hopkinsville South ted in the State of Kentucky seene is one on the Hlackberry Fork of Kentuckian and is rendering Mr W A Pike county The crime 1oud Wirucs tho editor and proprietor very is tho Creek in of an old feud and is outgrowth valuable assistance judging from tho few laid at the door ot the notorious Hat About live years numbers we have been The pair work fields ami their gang woll together whether gaited alike or ago there was an election hold on that of the llatfiehls came and not and bring the Kentuckian iu on creek the one from West Yiriiuia and acroKS river time twice a week Success to the new during the day engaged in an altercation management with one of the McCoys Twoot McCoys brothers came to his rescue ami lataly Hatfield was uilea Tho Sunday Ilanner at Lexington was stabbed Hatfield Sunday for the home and Ins lolalives swooped down ilung to tho breeze last Ixiys took them last time Mr M A Uassidy was a on the McCoy prisoners until captives LIiimiu and held them good newspaper man made a good paper Hatfield whom they had slablK d died and deserved better of tho Lexington when tho Hatlieldh conveyed the three McCoy ho l lu scene of the alterca He has our sympathy people Â¬ Dy-pop-- fyy 31 wSSi CW WX E L W vawr i i KA VfXVLMiit m - ww ijmyMmG 9r rflSiT ki Psl mr w 4 mWMiifci WIWjWU filij 5S W5 Sw cjics Fwiktv Wheel- iiimiiiM LEATHER AND CUM DIEITNC tinOur Circular Sum- - Manil nt ii-il licnl l the mirl i mi Micir hioi JK In MorUiiiiiislilp lit toiirliif ol Mini cln Himl ol tfiniicr miiil i uout ounln importation n lull ril Also t saw In CrciiiIi lino LARGE CIRCULAR SAWS A SPECIALTY ScmJ tor Irin ih with Ics Iiscount Woik talh t rriiitt il nml it Io k Cottoni Piin -ti Also UimUms in Fil w zr 3 Stfv SR - - - 7 Vine iiiunr will to speedily follow an their last acts have This whole seetion gang of outlaw has hilled Mr MeCoyr wife thiv of his suns and one daughter hesides hurtling his house leaving him only three daughter hut if the UatllehN are over taken dead or alive tho men who utidertalco tho job will oxporioneo AmJl ol WiM Virginia some fun as toughs is a determined and desperate Jjjg hand f All ortliIn and nt86 TWater Streets CiNClNNATE - to Hi lor new imrk or f A I v roiupin loruiiulnl to n antl inn w ill O K lii i urn IcnI attention wTrfTWMuaiajimiiMiMi ini - to ni ll E2Z3 UlC stirred up that m m ia 1 Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY Q f PQ J JJ J jl K m mw V3m el s Â¬ thiet OT ft O jgj Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ief Throe dose- - will relieve any ease and we eonsider il the duty of all Drug gists to leeoinmeud it to the poor dsing eonsiiinptie at least to try one bottle as 80UO dozen bottles wen1 Hold hist year and no one ease where it failed was Such a medicine as the Jei reported man Syrup can not be too widely known Sample Ask your druggist about it bottles to try sold at 10 cents llegular sie 7o cents Sold by all Druggists and Dealers iu the Tinted States and Canada Â¬ the duty of every person who has used Boseheestierniau Syrup to let its wonderful qualities lie known to their friends in euiing Consumption severe oughs l roup Asthma Ilicumouia and Xo in fact all throat and lung diseases lorson can use it without immediate re Tt is Astonishing Success HBSitlll Lowest Prices Largest Stock Heavy invoices arriving daily and stacks upon stacks of goods to meet every department of trade Live Stock Country Produce and School Claims received in trade on notes accounts or merchandise J T F DAY IlliM inwwjT unm kmnm wmm A Young Wife Said to her Husband of My dear I dteamed last night that vou were an Angel What is that a sirri Â¬ Â¬ Tho Frankfort daily Capital and the Highland Ulude have failed to smile on our sanctum lately Gentlemen whats tho matter Notes From thaiAucUtoru Roport The number of legal voters in Iven tuokw according to tbe Auditor report In 18S7 they are in 1880 wiw aSS270 reported as 277827 According to this roport tho various counties throughout the State 110 lf2 legal votois lithor died or icmovod from tho State between the yearn 1886 and 1887 or were incorrectly reported Yet in 1887 tho total vote cast for General Iluckner ami Col Itrnd ley was 21577 18 within 8081 vote- of the total legal voto reported by the assofBors for 1887 to the Auditor The number reported as logrl voters under tho Ollutt law was 800080 iust8S100 less than is reported to tho Auditor in 18SG Tho amount paid into tho State Treasury from July 1 1SS0 to June 80 1887 jlirouah collections by Auditors agents was 1108108 The amount paid out to said imouts during the fame period was 809 IP This amount tho Audiu r This rofoirf to by foot note as follow commissions for um not onlv joprcsentH fuuds paid in under tho head of colloe iluiitf bv Auditors agents but for a much bv said agent lill gor amount paid under the heads of h and npivaring irustccH of tho jury fund clerks and sheriff as tho law requires Â¬ Â¬ which ia made by tho assessors in 3a or o LJx- - During the last flaJ year the Mate paid to the aovkuns tho following suiim Virginia Ononf thnfrnuinborconsiantlv loaf mill Dumb Asylum 115050 Con- - Btnndit guard and tlioy defy tho author jw AHylum 18oV10043 Kwiern Lnor is uovc likely jfiCsvIttiu 4Bfi65201 i Fcublcmindcd Ucrfi lut luulbuttve iiiatico ripped them tied them to a paw paw bush shot them to death and lelt niei inoir uoati nooics in unit poMmm tiiat time a regular war has been waged between the llatfiehls and their gang who icsido in Lomin countv West Virginia and tho McCoys and their gang who re sido in like countv Kentucky the east all in the siinu neighborhood fork of Sandy Kiver dividing them So much for the beginning of tho trouble anil now for the last and moU horrible seene A few nights since the Hatfield party visited tho residence of Handnll McCoy Alfara his and sot lire to the house eldest daughter was the first to open tin door and make her appearance and iu tho glaring liuhtsho was shot dead bv the tun Is outside who wero concealed His sou Calvin net appeared and he His wile made her ap was shot dead pearance in escaping from the burning building and was hhot through the head and although she was still ulivout last iv eounts bw will die ltandall McCoy escaiicaiiliom me ourning uousy wun ins Mhotiriiu and althoiiudi a volley was dis charged ni him lie escaped unhurt and opened lire upon the attacking party He is know i t nave killed one of the gang by the nnue of Chambers and it issiid sfiot Cap ailiold in the shoulder and putting the ivst to llight So ends this chaptt r Tlioro are rewards aggregating i37O0 odered bv Vie State of Kentucky for the artw oltho lltititeltlas nd their deliv erv to tio tailor of Viko county for tho murder of tuo throe McCoy boys but no one seems to bo very anxious to make tho attempt to take them as they are dtrouglvkurieadod in the wild of West tion ht Â¬ Our Tazewell Va correspondent un On last der date of Jan oth writes Monday between twelve and onooelock one of the most unmerciful acts was committed that over occurred iu Tazewell county ami great are the jegiets ot this people that such an act will be recorded About a on the pages of its history year ago a lawsuit was entered into be Â¬ Â¬ tween an old man Hilly Doland and les Hall both of Tazewell concerning a dog belonging to Doland which young Half killed then Halls mother received which kept some- alniso from Doland the tlaine of anger burning The case Will do the business tor vou Sold and iriiarantocd bv was settled court before last in which f l P Hazel triitn K M IMKliATT c MIK Doland was the winner On the above Ki l lis X VUlillX Onnpton Ky day Hall met Doland about mentioned And nil iiiunil Stores in Hnstern KeatiicKv a mile from this place a few woids pass iiwwiwim MnraivnMMBjBmtKMM ed and iuniiediatoiv Hall began firing his pistol tit Dolatui four balls taking i Doland has no rehuions here a j ellcot solitary old man and is thought by his D- A foul stomach was his unpootie answer People who have no such nleasant night visions and awako feeling as though they had had no rest nerves all unstrung wondering What on earth m the mat would better take some simple treatment in T1MK Persons will tor with me neglect themselves and put oil tieutmont until their health is gone What would you think ot the authorities of a great citv with its miles of sewerage to take away the filtliv accumulations of streets anil alleys allowing the sewerage to choke up and spread contagion and poisonous gases from decaying Yet your course is just as CNWISIO Tin matter to blight that city bv human body is well provided with nil that is necessary to oarryingoir the unclean and you alow it accumulate and deeompose bringing all manner of ills to the llesh An old Chinese proverb is Keep your feet warm your head cool and your Make a memorandum of this and try it and if vou dont keepwell bowels open there is no truth in the world di-va-- e CALVERTS BJTTLE LIVER PILLS 1 IY 1 attendingpliyiciansto lie ed Hall of course has left the country iatally wound- Â¬ it tli now receiving Xew Jumls niul niv ylock of ionernl Hso is now complete eonsitin- - of Dry Joods Xo- io We n speelfiilly but vHiji1intlwillv urge lip tilllS Lmlies Mini 1I S Ullts Hunts Ull Klioes llatSUHl on those wlin owe its cither by note or tic i llnntWAlV DllliiS iSjltltlleiV tllHl U lOcerie viiiint to come ftirwiml at once and mate KJliecnSWniC ol articles too numerous ami loo tedious to mention II UIOJV Ill IHV MIIIIW1 lcw ot tin tfu In 1u niirnieat I Drorose to sell tliem Cheaper for Snot Cash - uiunlr M The business of the undersigned will Announcement iliLflp i aflrSM FRESHANT - OLEAI HrrauK nil elniuwv of linn we can not niinontiiiiecnnats Hf lmiLiT iHMiit wo hopo no oho will ifeVliriri ll - nuuiy veins we tinitii iiiivuil 11 lllvi KSffitf than ever before known m this market M m n nml U YUIO eoinhlcratinu of tho new firm whioh will highly witl- iitttiiiit to iiuiy on a luniiu luctory to Uv punnc in every ni uiii Vorv llcspectfallv llinsgl Ureu Ky Doc lsl4lli J llflllK hlllilit tlioso who imve II hunt put- - lMOniS Willi VOP yu cailfljSave Big Money S K km V n 1 miwiinMiiruiriwmtw1 r- - llih JT1 Mv t7 C and Wain Street W HOWE WHOM SMK DKAbKlt IV Itov J T Pieratt will pivach at tho Dink Murphy school house on Orasy in Morjrau county on the fourth Satup day night Fn thisnioiith ivml tvt 1 loclock Suiulay mornbigs KENTUCKY WHISKIES Mountain Brandy i MT STERLING KT PS3 satiSEr ty O JQJ i Itnt of WOLFE Attnrni few ERALD M Jfiinn larger dreulatlon In the mountains nj Knstcru Kentucky than any paper in the State nnil merchant and other- wlslilntj n focitri the trade of Kittern Kentucky will ftllri it Tilt ltKVI ADVUITISINO MIllUM jrA Tuiindciit advert istiucut 7 rent an V finis an inch for iucli flrM iiiritmn i ncli MllisttUiit insertion -- Advertising Ratos KTANlJlNtl AllVKITlSKMKNTs J i year year tK lycnr liMn finches I year 20n fcflrpeclul rates on larger ud vert iMiniiiits local nonces n a line with 5 per cent ofl iuchcl in he inch I eur I 1 inches inches 1 yiapJloM hihI death notices free tri luttes of respect and obituaries 5 coats line tl1 Announcements of candidates lor Slato or District olliee fit County offices call on peiMtus to become candidates and their iiiisvvcis cents u line Iayahlo invariably in advance j No inline will be entered upon the uyiSulwriptioii iMlc until paid for and all uiuieriptions arc stopped iU expiration uf lime paid for notice of which will on the Im indicated by a erosi murk tiiurjjiii in front of your name A prompt renewal only will injure its i ontinunncc SlKXCKU COOPKK a fur lorn time Mar r iii V X J R Rlaekburn U again with Warren county boots and shoes Lorisxille Ky lie jM ill Attendance tlio for 1S8S and desires to thank hia many luroi Mllclntrt c customers for their liberal patronage in CUTS BURNS SOEES FROST Circuit court convened at Camptou the past and solicits their future orders Monday Judge II Lilly prcduiiig whit h will at all times be promptly lillcu TRAD EJM ARK Commonwealths Attorney J I Marrs at lowest prices Will call on the trade not being present J W Wheeler was in due time with full line of spring miin- appointed Common wealths Attorney pies Hold your outers until you see his protein gKids Headquaiters and post olliee I There are one hundred and seventy address Mt Sterling Ivy mJ km lotJt four Commonwealth eases lifty seven NO 9749 continued equity causes six equity ap Ueys Mickcl and Little of the Pres pearances thirty common law causes and byterian Church will begin a meeting at four common law appearances on the ki nca id church at the mouth of Frozen docket creek in Jlreathitt county on Thursday The following attorneys arc in attend afternoon before the lourth Sunday in 25 ance this month Preaching at il oclock Judge R F Day Mt Sterling Also at Rethsalem in Morgan county J W Wheeler Reattyviile on Thursday night before the fifth Sun Â¬ wrjf your Store K coper will not onlcr it send 30 cents tor R A Hurst Jackson day in this month W R Lvkins Kacl us jiikI we will forward it by ninil W W MeGuire West Liberty Any and everything that can be exe l Moses Lacy Morgan county etiled with new tvpe liit class presses and CO Mt CHILES THOMPSON In addition to the above fegal lights line paper in the hands of skilled mechan ics mav lie IiimI at this oluce at less than wwvt Wolfe furnishes several as follows city prices It will pay anv hum in Kastorn Jo Lvkins Camptou Kentuckv to get his priutuig at IlIK llllt T Hurst Cured fitlimit HbjUgEhr send for cstiinates and state AID olliee T C Johnson county exactly what you want CIRCUIT COURT nr CHAPPED HANDS AND FACE BITE i fli - JMMMH Mj ATINE Cents a Bottle Â¬ Â¬ D1PTHERIA SKIN DISEASES Sold by all Merchants at Â¬ i Sterling Ky 1 lion J M Kash Hazel Green Col L M Day Daysborough llonW W Mapel L Huist Ja Gtsn Academy Jd5b A Â¬ Â¬ fiARRiSONJElELLS J 1 A It UWA KK Qi KKXSW The grand jury is composed of the fol lowinggeiitleincu and is a good one J CHEAP R Klkins is foreman W L Hurst Jr J R 101 kins A l 10 Rvrd J V Railey A C Inspector Jett of the Postollice De iV partmentwas here Saturday and Sunday John Jny Dlckoy A M Principal on oflicial business and found things O inThe eighth cini at our postollice He says he bounced stitution will open iinnunl session of this MONDAY JW lsss a postmaster last mouth for loaning out The capacious new huildiiitf whose archi a subscribers paper to person to read tectural beauty and interior completeness 1 A MARVELOUS INVENTION FOIl 1IEAIINM JlIK HiriC AM OONQUKIt- VlnWp IIIMiif rr fnr nnplyr Miriifllm to Unha ni Mmtnrllim uuuitJ Dimjilrm i irriririi m titr llrfore fur Ilmllij h eik Wowfipono wftrfnro ncnlnnt pliyrlclnn or tho mrillcnl fi atcrniiy wriieiully of n fulnrniuinriroiiiul wo dontro to nlil tlii m In fur lumcktilivlilnu oiiiiiUH a hiuji iilato hi imMliii ontvoin nml locrvtily tu too wfiilo our Apnll I in iiii vurn uimt nnrctiiiu noin imnacKi worlnlia forUii iiinnilwIllnircninKpiwIvciiroort KiiuiiKiiuiir umuitinoi imvoiuu a io yivo riiii r Tliuft-i-pliui- lMI lI- STOVES TIN jUIy W ARK CUTLKKY MT STKKUM- aiASllMC TIMiriK KY HEUEANDTHKHK unlc s iciicwcd at once the paper will stop ooniiiiK MIJMM loor out i for U tin- - Red WOHOU- - I Millt VIMir - tro Ullll s on l your mi uiiu Charley Howe was in town Tuesday ind WVdiielay Tom Caskcy of linibsy Crook is on the sick list lie has fever Dr Inhn A Taulhco reports Aunt Sally Trimble on the sic liht Mrs Jim Tom 1ieratl was on the aid liht lat week but is up and about again Aunt Lucy Cox of this place lust week had an attack of vertigo but she i now much better Miss Jennie Sharp out at Uncle J lurry Hwauuor- lias been eon lined to her home for some time with lung trouble - James Little preached here on Saturday night Sunday morning and Sunday night The union meeting referred to lwt week terminated on Friday night but there is till a meeting in progress at the Christian Church Kew 15 I Miekel assisted by llov Magistrates can get blank Warrants Kxocutions and Replevin Roods at this oiiiee at 2 cents per quire Sent by mail dating N M II receipt of price Aunt Sally Trimble who fell and hurt her MamMcr a short time since is still nimble to ii e her arm but she is not Jcllerson Rose J R Hortou S R Sinitli Rraek Cole II R Tavlor G W Rnelianan It S Drake Juab Pence A R Laudrum Jelierson Rush 1 C Steele J il Cockerham The petit jury includes home if our best litizens also and is composed as follows Stephen Swango James Hampton Charles Jarrison Hiram Swango Robt Cecil Noah Wyatt J H Jibbs Peter Johnson Isoiii Roberts JrT Stamper W A Hortou Alex IM wardsD C Miller John Campbell Jonathan Creech Litteton Rrewer Dillard Rradley Henry Taylor Logan Fallen James H Sword 1Mward Rowman Win Rurton Henry IClkins Jr uorire llaNev With u Judge who has made a record for quick thorough systematic work two as good juries as any county cm hvi l of am an array of legal talent that cau e the galaxy to glisten with brilliancy there is no reason why the docket should not be cleaned up at this term Court is sitting in the new court house built by such well known mechanics as lames l and car Hall and others T and John enter the accommndat ing sheriliaml deputy keep order while W F KlkiiH clerk and David Hogg deputy both courteous gentlemen isue co Drake the wide the warrants occ awake jailer is there always ready to produce a prinouer Taken altogether liom His Honor Judge Lilly down through the list of attorneys and court nlhcials there jierhaps never was a body of men so well qualified so accommo- and that all who do so will have to walk the plank Sick headache wind on the stomach hiliiousucss nausou are promptly and agreeably banished by Dr J II Ale Leans Iiittle Liver and Kidney Pillets 2 cents a vial Sold by G R Swango Hazel Grei u have licen so universally admired will he readv for oecimanev A corps of COM1M TKNT TKACIIKHS will he ready to give instruetlon in the com a mon school ami higher hranelics and In rJ music and paiusing m Special attention will he given to the train inu of teachers The past record of the school is Its best guarantee for its future work Hoard and tuition reasonable Tin HritYLDumt the Weekly CincinFor full particulars cnll upon or address nati Knqiiircr oie year for only 1211 It he principal at laekson Ky is the best combination strikes ns that this yet made and if it hits yon the same way I AS send us 201 in cash and you will get both i papers for twelve months tf Â¬ Â¬ nriinnir iinnurTin u 71 nerro n ooinrn urmj r m n ir im umi ft KbU LLHo r LU -- Tr--MAGNETIC lMCJOLPRfM colJ foot mill mil uiuttm viix riiitiruviiiii kit i mo ci ifia Win ttoiU ioi ciixuinn WRISTLCTflfnrlinmlpnrnly liiilUWSllJll T5 iirnlm T vrlMH ne Irlco 4 nrniir diiUim i uoiif vrlnt ik ml fur circular I MAG9ETI8 ormiM cliculur biiil furoiri iiliirt nervous J EpiUO CAP forKliililiK m iii uluin 11112A I DO hiiilm in- tftturrli clo Ijlco S by iimll Hciia tor 111 VfUrft m1 MRK MARY NICKEL To every person who will send us 0 in cash and nine subscribers we will send The undersigned will begin school in Fel Tin- lisiiAiii one year free Morcan county MONDAY IAN J lsvs t clrculaM y A letter from Sluckey was overlooked which will continue five mouths and she kindly solicits a liberal patronage from all rtvKo tli y lliuiu nml n Hioio io nniurm iro until too late to si t it up to our regret friends of education 111 iruiutsiiriii tft tni ii vy xiiuii ouuuuuui klll Hcililferiliculill tf Mrs Mary Niekrll Oeneral nrrarTfimiM FuTlTY tfiAUrJlU t Itj ih ultiii o ItlMini wit wvnk Fields InstrumenMicruturc Mrs Anna mm cum roiu i lit y 1 SELECT SCHOOL llrVuilCiiW tiMly i iiioMliidi rlii timittlim run But ui iviwjiuim inn iiiim- - io nil I i icii on L llUnMJl for ClltlllAIH I PJIPOJ CYrn OFFICE wltli CAP for ucnlloiiwii I ILi tiiiiliiiil f Erfj i3ri fiirvriiirt fipuiliiilio III rclli f liiiiniillntoly Hiioiiriiluli or calm i li m lzu jjlvolint worn butnl tor tit oiuli Utiid 1 1 OCIATICOtllELDOwllliieM immm i mzii IcfKlnn Â¬ f tal Music rritMs oi IVimiry Depaituieiit Intermediate lungiiiiges Music Hoard tVe ti rrtoN 7 t 0 on A s iiiriiiiiiintiiii immilt rtiiritllit tiitiiiiiHiiiln thront tniuMi nml ci tan li 1iUii VI Hi ml fur circular with tuitlniiiHlnli 8HIEL03 PfiftWTPP THROAT mul KiuiUlIfl euro A roro thront iiiiik4 - IOOK l VT Till IUICKS v per week Mils MAItY F NICK Fl Ablrevs li 1 Hi lit millt to il ItitloiilitH iiutiltc fprnKtr mill fcinit rrii Tlu y btitiiktlion tlio vornl ctmU mul pruvnul Hi n I fm tlrculir Irlco 81 tmcli hy lunr i in mull semi rzo vt ituck vftrK I -- lhs Kxtivi Suu nr SlOO lOl It llis C Suufiir LOO lo Us Yellow Kiiirir Monnrch FlourlOO lbs Anchor Flour 100 lbs irsMii taiiok U V HIXOO Tabor Bingos Hazel Green A l0 17 170 100 DAILY Sjilt 1 barrel 0i 3 o ToniMtoes - 1 - a a w 1 1 Hack Lisie Itoihwell - Oysters f doz lb - j5irwii Slaiionjnd do Mh The price of Tine news from all nations is only and we pay the postage IIiiI1 loui with year ullons Coal Oil ood Jlice per pound f ji Connects l0 7 wrsrailroad CftS i with trains on Ky it S morning and eening fer tliolr intillciil ounlltloa unil fur t tlio hi n twill wlikli tlieynrn woni ItIcd 83iMh if by nml ikiulMzu ot liy aiouml calt und nnklu n im i r ciiiiiiur fftKJlWlf I IW ly iillutltHiii liiiiUcBlhin cunstl iiUIdii UIiIik y nnil liver truiililv yulckly n ninviiilincliii1ii n nllirto lnillu mul liupmti woiulcr1 111H IM livui lllllj IIUIU IHlJ I IU1 IKUi l UV linliltminil lirtilln il lliviillt tiowiP will llllll till Ill n t uIiihIiIi rot iiiiiilun 1rica c uuch by mall IonV ualil In lid fur i ii culnr KIDNEY QEl TS for PtiPftHPTlfi in n will positively curu tliuful r lulWIII llli UlluOl WltllOtlt IlllllloltlO inui in i A I tu i ait or llmt ticrvou clnblllly liiitilinto lulu i itoiii i illi ill lillity liiiuiiiint lliliiuvMmrnl U niuriilKlit tornlil liver num iIIiivimii ur tint lull I lltul riiilflon liiiioli-lii-litiirt tllnonno ilJMMp etc ConHln In liitiNtunliiiiiliioi rjitiimiilli I iiliiitim fiiii Ii lin rl filt wltli Mniinttlu III 10 oI h Heiid im iisiiro of wiibt aiU sIko of bIioo i vcrn tciiu xor rirriunni in I JlflPMHTtf LJiCCINQ Tor Ptout rlieuma tniuriW I V iiiii imnuliKK ruvur HnrnH anil linvn ncqulrMl limit c mIiih in 1 toil-ver-r- m m f- - The following students from a distance are attending Hazel Jreen Academy much pain Miiiering v hoe Iiavj Thos Spears White Oak Kliza Taulbee respect tuo Kice Kzel Kv Isaac Ileiuy an obi and highly Taulbee Morgan ed citicu of Morgan county died at Miles Taulbee Wes Jalen HowardSalyersville lus home on Caney on Tuesday night county Ky Ky Jhailes Smith Kusnell county Va aged ubout m venty years Walter Day llreathitt county Ky Cal Cundrill and wife came down Win Smith Floyd ccuuty Ky Norn Cal returned Mapel C5eo Lvle Furnace Kstill coun from Rreatbitt Saturday hi wife and baby are ty Ky liome Sunday but visiting Mr and Mrs Wnllis of this Kxposuro to lough weather getting place wet living in lump localities are favora Rose bought the following ble to the contraction of diseases of the Mctinire at the stock saleatthis place Wednesday kidneys and bladder As a preventive three head horse and for the cure of all kidney and liver four voice cattle SjoVvF Total re trouble use that valuable remedy Dr J 80200 tfllfiO seven mules II McLeans Liver ami Kidney Halm 4 15 poi ted HSwango 100 per bottle Sold by Sam Taulbee who was paralyzed it few Hazel licen months ago was in town on ednesday The man who sent us the note requestwalking with the assistanee of a cane is doubtful if he ever entirely re ing us to advertise his mill is respecful but it ly reminded that the request should covers his physical powers liave been accompanied by a bushel or When nature falter and requires help two of meal to insure its insertion recruit her enfeebled energies with Dr J Space is our stock in trade and no busi II Me linns Strengthening Cordial and ness man should expect to use it to his 100 per bottle Sold advantage without paying for it J it Rlood Purifier this case no meal no mention by ti R Swango Hazel Jrcen 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 5 Other Groceries in Proportion my vrocK or iliiiiu iiiin iiiiuulKln tiorvoiM oxlimiitlontlyk piliili or ltli illi imciiof tint liver klilneynliciul ntlll fill uui iiii iiiiiiu iiurit lulling titlioiiu ii1- i Leave Iluel irien a in ar IJoth liiiioirliQnclironlolnllniiinifitloiiof wornliijli Mucnitle well p m Iv Hothwell lit 0 am ar 1 iiIhIoihIiuI belt mill a pair of relief mul Foot llii Iter Iim liuvo no niin rlor In tlio euro of nil llnxrl Oreeii 0 p in Comfortalde bucks lietu tuiiiilnliitFi Tlioy cnriy it powcirul iinur 1rlt or Jlvlt fico to and careful drivers lillt Miitriictlc tliowtit of llm ilfniiimIkntliy cotininM I with lout llntlcrleii CIO V 0 unit eruiiilim tlon nllowuil or by mull on H receipt of iirlie In onlcrlng ncntl uiuamiro of tvaliiimiil uo of flioo Evory Attontion to MAGHETIG fegSWL 8ttERSS Latfio3Chllcron i TRANSYLVANIA PRINTING Fvsr Mais St Lkxivoton Ky 1 MENS AND COMIIKT- SUITS STEAM 1 COMPANY m rout luinbnito nnnilvHli t liriinlii ilieuiiiiitl illittitxo mul other ciiiiilnlntH Iirom iiltli liini phyrUliitii biilllnllm 1111 3X 3Vjf4isnE i Sfj Iui Juiffi a onil Koiuiuiiiiui cum OVERCOATS I can sell you as nice a suit as you can cct in Mt Sterling at much ltrsciist to you keen on hand DKY JOODS NOTKiXS SIIOKS HATS TAPS Ae In HOOTS fact everytliiiur that is kept in a eoitntry all and see me and store 1 FINK IK0K AX1 M JP on short iibii nciiHimiiiiiAm laMfUMflCIW flW iiraMisr n 01 IO very i uurh with IiikoIo Hiiul muiimiin of chest or bunt anil wnltit run on living nt uilhituiieo tvlm nun not eouiult tin In iKirxon Miuubl ulvn a eleur itnieiiiiiii or iiiiir iiniiciiitioi ny loiter mm we will iliHlKiiuto tint Klnil uf Arpllmireii leiiulnil In encli t diiu to flfect H euro tifllll your aililrrnH for tlio New Deiiirturo In Mcillenl Irentmojit VVItl out Miilli Inc with thoimniiilii of tealliiionlnl Tlio MiiKlictlo inrmeiitH itriinihiptcil to nil nieo nro worn over tho iinilerclollii not uoxtto the hoily IIIid the ninny Kiilvmilo mul nieeliloliuinliiiKi lulvrrllmi no etti iinlwilv nml ulioulil bit tnken niS utniKht They hold their powurfuruvcr anil nro wuril ill uil liuiiauim ui inu your tOrilorillrrctthrouirh yoiirPnursW 1liyflclnn niiicralbturolAalurorihruuchlbupiililifhiiorthU jwiht TJ1EMAONETIO AI LIANCI CO IIM Dearborn t Ohlcatri IU uhleh of ourbttit Irlco notice i IJKLi For which price I YOUR PUODTCK will pay the highest market Lkttkk IIkadixos Of all kiudrt dune with ueutness and in u I xvi r t ion s c Â¬ Â¬ W R TABOR UOTHWKLL KY Book Binding tliw PUBLIC SALE VOK tlib Â¬ R Swango will please ac Judge our thank for the list of jurors and cept other court uote furnished The Judge is always on the lookout for items for us and if all our friends were the same way wo could make our paper even better R Â¬ than it is Thousands of people stiller with back ache not knowint that in most cases it is it symptom of diseased kidneys and liver which plasters and lotions cannot The best and safest remedy is Dr lieal J if McLeans Liver and Kidney Halm 100 per bottle Sold by CJ 15 Swango Hazel Ctreeii o Blank Book HANKS CO o Manufacturers UiiiitiNi IT it Day llael Sreeu WHOLESALE Diinlap linnet Dunlun J DUNLAP BR0S1C0 1 I 1 II 5 t SADDLERY HARNESS ETC AM 1 1 Wholesale MiiPiifni lurcra ot Sirah Frances Haroer grand daughter of the deceased semis us the following DiedOn Lacy creek Ian lib 1858 Mr Liieiuda Day aged sixty live years She had been a sullcrer with cancer for about three years She was a member of the Methodist church and born and Hazel Green mined in Tazewell county Va Col It J Samuel was in on Tuesday en route to Salyersville Ilogtis anived liiniuie Hiown and Whitesburg ami other points in the in Hon 1 Hazel Hreen hist Thursday lie is quite san in terest of tlie laiboad guine that n railroad will be run through S Oodscv iiL o moved his household h Mrs this section during the coining Miuimer elfeets her on that day He and of a t will arrive in the course if an amendment to the charter can tlodsey week or two or as hooii as he gets back be had household sprains and bruises for um in such eases Dr I H McLeans Volcanic Oil Liniment has for nmiiv years been the con ftaut favorite family remedy Sold by R Swango 1Iij pI Urcen Â¬ Â¬ i i Frequently accidents occur in the which cause burns cuts ISA Mi I ii IN No 29 Vine Street SADDLERY HARDWARE 728 and 7iO W --Miiin St alily Stumper Kendrieh I piiokiiKu I li Kiuf I package Sam Cole I box druus 1 K Cope 1 pnokagu box clothing A A I itlle It A Cliiblcrs I package K JoiitH I Inix rope A e A II Si IlnriH 1 box 1 1 1 pindN reinafnliiK uneaUed for CHAltOHS rONSKiNIll 75 W Taulbee 2 pks need vvlieat 73Watson I siniill pkg J I Allen 1 box ilniK ol 10 I M Vuiiarbdell II II tonibH it Hon 1 box ope itc JK 1C0 Vartl riollnn J btouH h h ionW l Ti hair rtin ttn David IlfiiilcH II Kevvell bundle rope 1 1 1 S Taisoii Ascnt for Ky vrill sell for cash In hand mt SATllinAV Jan lH IHJw lh liillowiii U 7 Freight Storage IV ltv 1 i i i IM I 1 1 1 - 50 CINCINNATI WIlObKSAIK DKAIKItS K LOULiSVJLLK fl LOUIS STIX PrY vvTnj Wf Y YMJ - CO IN HiriMiiUMl bv IlOll iiOl y KY XNiKMY Kentucky -- Exchange Bankof S IOOOOO Oliver I jmekae wheat diuphcll paejiii- Poliim Iutrlek box A Wllliiiini paukntu TV Jthiion Unix u M 1 1 ropiMMw 200 -- - Ii 26 16 SO 7 2i 1 1 Y v J i Underexposure to cold winds rain bright light or malaria may bring on inihnnnuitiou ami soreness ot the eves Dr J 11 Mcleans Strengthening Eye Sitlvo will subdue the inllamation cool ami soothe the nerves and strengthen weak and failing eye sight 23 coiiIh a box Sold by CI 11 Swango lluzul keen -- AND at which place he from Augusta u drove ot mules now is with Unvevou read our advertisement in If so riKiird to ehanveof firm and credit please heed our words which mean what they Miv Our hooks are no longer open THIRD EAOE Jj UNI01T STBEETC for credit open only lot Kuttlumont l0si rivKiY This applies to every etistonior F DY J T without distinction utlly 1 Jim 5a lBg i ista it r is ii ii Cnpltnl Stock SURPLUS in mco u Q4I428 w JO It It TAIIOK Annul Hothwell Ky A WOKD WITH Harbison TOrnB A Giithrtghty mo TiONS Cincinnati Diioh a KPticrnl bmikhiK bnshiesN and 14 the only Imnlc la he city thai nuIU rnrclKii SADDLERY 7JMW MAIN STIIKI5T riiuiit attuullDii Ivuii to the eollcction f debtn and tho jiitirnun of Cli puitplc nf the iiioiuitnin cmuitlrii is pwInlly HOf CI TRIMIILK President lltitiil KxuImiiku HARMCSS AND COLLARS ouiftvmrK icr I m MWMK THOMSON MTiwuxu Kr Cimhler TlUi IIKUALIVIm only 8100 yertrr imw i the tlniq to Htilwcribes rtyiF- - -- - - icrnmBlEi a rBSiSiiSXBSi M H Mi TALMAGES SERMON i i 11 Tho World Makoa Too Muoh Nolao ception theyconsoeruted tliclr wit and tholr humor to Christ Kiljnh uitod it whon ho Ovor Small Things ndvlsod And ajres Inspired rtnd unlnsplrod wlo haro dono tho most to bring wills to Jesus Christ aud I find that without a single ex would not scruplo to dopross tho market and as long as I can romctnbor fruit tho question obligations How shall than tho I How shall to 1 m ot ray Â¬ Too WlllniKlj Neglects Tltoso of Grrntar Moment Tim 1iiturn Not TtioiiKlit ofln tlio OntNphigitortlin Vrv- - Huookiyn N Y -To- -night Uo v Kir IV - About SmoIlThlngs Illstoxtwus Yo blind guides which Htrnltt at a gnut and Matthew 211 21 Tho swallow it camol said eloquent preacher A proverb is compact wisdom knowledge in chunks u library in a uontence tho electricity of many clouds discharged in ono bolt a river put through umlll rncu Whon Christ quotes the provorb of tho text He moans to sot forth the ludicrous bohavior of those who make a groat blus Â¬ ter alirnSt smnll sins and liavo no apprecia- Â¬ tion of groat ones In my rioxt a small insect and a largo quad rupod are brought into comparison n gnat and a camel You have in museum or on tho doscrt soon tho latter n groat awkward sprawling croaturo with back two stories high and stomach having n collection of reservoirs for desert trnvol no animal forbidden to tho Jews as food in many literatures entitled the ship of tho Tho gnat spoken of In ttio text is duMrt in the grub form It is born in pool or pond after a few weeks becomes a chrys alis and thou after a few days becomes tho gnat as wo roeogulo it But the Insect spokon of in tho text is in its very smallest shape and it yet inhabits tho water- - for my text is it misprint ami uiicht to road atraiu out a gnat Jlv toxt shows you the prince of inoon ststonrios A man after long observation has formed tho suspicion that in a cup of Water ho is about to drink there is a grub or the grandparent of a gnat Ho goes and gets a sieve or strainer He takes the water and pours It through tho sieve 1 would Uf says in the broad light rather do any thing almost than drink Ibis water until tlds larva be extirpated This water Is brought under inquisition Tho experiment is successful Tho water rushes through the sieve and leaven against tho side of tho siovo tho grub or gnat Then tho man carefully removes tho Insect and drinks the water in placidity Hut going out one day and hungry he de vours a ship of tho desert tho camel which tho Jews were forbidden to cat Tho gastronomer lias no compunctious of conscience He suffers from no Indiges Ho puts the lower Jaw undor tho tion camels forofont and his upper jaw ovor the hump of tho camels back and gave on swallow and tho dromedary dis appears forever Ho strained out a gnat he swallowed a camel While Christs audieueo was yot smiling at tho appositonoss and wit of His illustration for smile they did in church unless they wero too stupid to umlerstaiid tho hyporbolo Christpruetlonllysaid to thorn That is you Iuuctilious about small things reckless about affairs of grout No subject ever withered un magnitude der a surgeons knlfo more bitterly than did tho Pharisees undor Christs scalpel of truth As nn anatomist will tnke a human body to plocos and put thorn under a micro scope for examination so Christ liuds his way to tho heart of tho dead Pharisee and cuts it out and puts it under the glass of inspection for nil generations to examine Those Jharlseos thought that Christ would flatter thorn and compliment them and bow they must have writhed under tho red hot words as ho said yo fool yo whltcd sopulehors yo blind guides which strain out a gnat and swallow a camel Thoro n ro In our day a great many gnats strained out and a groat many camels swnllowed and It Is tho object of this sor nion to slcotoh a few persons who are ex- Â¬ tensively ongagod in that business Kiist I remark that all those ministers of tho gospol aro photographed In tho toxt who aro vory scrupulous about tho conventionalities of religion but put no par Â¬ ticular stress upon tho matters of vast Importance Church Horvicos ought to bo grave and solemn There Is no room for frivolity in rollglniiH convocation Hut there aro illustrations and there are by verbolos llko that of Christ lit thu toxt that will Irradiate with smiles any intelll Thoro nro men like those sent uuditory blind guides of tho toxt who advo rethings cate only those in ligious sorvico which draw tho cor ners rr the mouth down and denounce nil thos things which have a tendency to draw tho corners of thu mouth up and those mon will go to installations and presbyterlos and to conforences ami to associations tholr pockets full of Hue sieves to strain out tho gnat while in tholr own churches nt homo ovory Huuday thoro aro fitly pcoplo sound asleep They make tholr churches a groat dormitory and tholr tionintforouB sermons nro a cradle and the drawlod out hymns n lullaby whllo some wukoful soul in her pow with a fan keeps the llios off unconscious porsons npproxl in to Now 1 say It is worse to sloop in church thrfn to smllo in church for tho latter implies ut least attention whllo tho former impllos tho Indifference of tho hearers und tho stupidity of tho speaker lu old age or from nhjdcal inllrmlty or from long watching with tho sick drowsiness will some tlmos overpowor u when minister ono of but looks upon oil Gospel nu the audienco and finds healthy and Intelligent pooplo struggling with drowsiness It is tlmo for him to glvo out tho doxology or Tho groat pronounce tho benediction luultof church horvicos to day id not too much vivacity but too much somnolence Tho ono is nn irritating gnat that may bo Stilly strained out tho other Js a groat sprawling and loopy oyed caiuol of tho dry dttsert lu all our Hubbnth schools in Mil oar Blblo classes In all our pulpits wo jieod to brighten up our rollglous messago WHb uch Uurlat llke vivacity as wo llud la tho txt I take down from my library tho blogru- ot wluUteu aud writers or pai Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T DcWlttTnlinage D D preached ut tho Tnbornualo this city on Too Much Ado tho Haalltes as they could not inako tholr god respond telling thorn to coll louder as their god might bo sound asleep or gone u hunting Job usod It whon ho said to his solf concoltcd com Â¬ forters Wisdom will dio with you Christ not only used it lit tho toxt but whon ho ironlcully compllmniited tho putroilcd Pharisees saying Tho wholo need not a physician nnd whon by ono word Ho described tho cunning of Herod saying Jo ye and toll that fox Mathow Henrys Commentaries from tho ilrst page to tho las coruscated with humor nH summer clouds with heat lightning John Hunyans writings aro as full of humor ns they nro of saving truth and thoro is not nu aged man hero who lias over read Pilgrims Progress that does not remember that while reading it ho smiled as often as lie wept Chrysostoin Goorgo Herbert Hubert South John Wesley lojrgo Whitetleld Jeremy Tavior KowJund Hill Nettloton George G Kinney and all tho men of tho past who great ly advanced tho kingdom of Clod oouso crated tholr wit and their humor to tho cause or Christ Ho It has been in all the ages aud I suy to these young theological students who cluster in thono services Kahhuth after Sabbath sharpen your wits as keen as ciuioters and thou take them iuto this holv war It is a very short bridge between a smilo and a tear a suspension bridge from eye to lip aud is soon crossed over and a smile is sometimes juntas sacred as a tenr Thoro is as much religion and I think a little moro in a spring morning than In a starless midnight Religious work with out any humor or wit in It is a banquet with a shin of beef and that raw and no condiments and no dessert succeeding People will not sit down to such a banquet Hy all means remove all frivolity and all pathos and all lightness ami all vulgarity strain tliein out through tho sieve of holy discrimination but on the other hand bewaro of that monster which over shadows the Christian Church coming up from the great Sahara Desert of Iieelosinstielsiii having on its back a hump of sanctimonious gloom and vehemently refuse to swallow the camel Oh how particular a groat many pooplo are about the inllnitesmals while thev aro quite restless about the magnitudes What diil Christ say Did He not excoriate the people in His time who were so careful to wash their hands before a meal but did not wash tholr hearts It is a bad thing to have unclean hands it is a worse thing to have an unclean heart How many people there are In our time who are very anxious that after their deatli they shall bo buried with their feet toward tho east and not at all anxious that during their whole lire they should face in tho right direction so that thoy shall come up In the resurrection of the just whichever way they are buried How many there are chielly anxious that a minister of the Gospel shall come lu the lino of Apostolic succession not caring so much whether ho comes from Apostle Paul or Aposth Judas Tlioy have n wav or measuring n gnat until it is larger tint n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wo huvu hoard ovory summer tho peach crop of Maryland is a failure and by tho tlmo tho crop comes lu tho mlsroprosontn tlou mukos u difference of millions of dol- Â¬ lars A man who would not stool ono poach basket stenls fifty thousand peach baskets Go down In tho summer tlmo Into tho Mor cantllo Library in tho reading room nnd boo tho nowspapor reports of tho crops from all parts of the country und tholr phraseology Is vory much tho same nnd tho sanio men wrote them methodically and infamously carrying out tho huge lying about tho grain crop from year to year and for a score of years After a while there will bo a corner in tho wheat market and men who had a contempt for n potty thort will burglarlo tho wheat bin of a nntion aud commit larceny upon tho American corn crib And some oT tho men will nit in churches and in 10 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ today--conventionali- ty Â¬ n camol Â¬ Â¬ Again mv subject photographs all those abhorrent of small sins while hoy are reckless in regard to magnificent thefts You will find many a tuorchaut who while lie is so careful that ho would not take a yard of silk or a spool of cotton from tho counter without paying for it aud who if a bank cashier should make a mistake and semi lu a roll of bills five dollars too much would dispatch a messenger In hot haste to return tho surplus vet who will go into a steel coiupauv in which after a whllo ho gets control of the stock and then waters the stock and makes 10 Ooo appear He only stole like PKKMHX 100000 by the or operation Many tho men of fortune made their wealth in that way One of those men engaged lu such unrighteous acts that evening the evening of the verv dav when he waterel the stock will llud a wharf rat stealing a newspaper trom tho basement doorway aud will go out and catch the urchin by tho collar and twist tho collar so tightly the poor follow can not say It was thirst for knowledge that led him to tho dlslioneU act but grip the collar I have h on tighter and tighter saying looking for you a long while you stole my paper four or live times havent you I you miserable wretch And thou the old stock gambler with a voice thev can hoar threo blocks will cry out Police police That same man the ovonlng of the day In which he watered tho stock will knool with his family la prayer and thank God for tho prosperity of the day thou kiss his children good night with an air which seems to nay I hope you will nil grow up to be as good as your father Prisons for sins insectile in size hut palaces for crimes droutodariau No mor cy for sins animalcule In proportion but great lonloncy for mastodon iniquity A poor boy slyly takes from tho basket of tho somo market woman a ono else from the cholera -- aud you smoth er him In tho horrible atmosphere of Hay mend street Jail or New York Tombs whllo his unit jlti who has been skillful I enough to stoal fVKX from tho city you will make him n candidate for the New York Legislature Thoro I a groat deal of uneasiness nnd norvousuuss now among some people In our tlmo who have got unrighteous for tunes a grout deal of nervousness about I toll thorn that God will put dynamite under their unrighteous fortunes some thing moro explosive than dynamite the earthquake of His omnipotent Indignation America teat It is time that wo louti sin is not excusable in proportion as ltdojluros large dividends aud has out rlJors In equipage Many a man Is riding to perdition postillion ahead nnd lucky behind To steal ono copy of a newspaper a gnat to steal many thousands of dollar la a camol There is many a fruit doalor who would not couuont to steal a basket of peaches from a uelgubsrs stall but who who are I Â¬ Â¬ 1 choke-pear-savin- g Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ cis which tliey ospoct aner a while to swallow Society has to beentiroly recon structed on this subject We aro to Und thnt a sin is inexcusable In proportion as it Is great I know in our time tho tendency is to charge religious frauds upm good men They say Uh what a class of frauds you huvu in tho Church of God in this dav and when an older of a church or a deucoii or u minister of the Gospol or a superintendent or a Sabbath school turns out a defaulter what display heads there aro in many of tho newspapers Great primer type Kivu lino pica An Â¬ other Saint Ahcoudcd Clerical Scoun drolism Itellgion at a Discount Shnmc on tho Churches whllo there are a thousand scoundrels out side the church to where thoro is one inside tho church and tho misbehavior r those who never ace the inside of a church is so grout it is enougli to tempt a man to become a Christian to get out of tholr company Hut in all circles religious and irreligious the tendency is to excuse sin in pro portion as it is mammoth liven John Milton in Ills PnrndLio Lost while ho condemns Satan gives such a grand description ot him you have hard work to suppress your admiration Oh this straining out or small sins lileo gnats and tills gulping down greatlniquitios like camels This subject does not give the picture of ono or two persons but is a gallery in which tli usands of people niav see For instance all those their likeness people who while they would not rob thoir neighbor of u farthing appropriate tho money and the treasure of the public A man has a house to sell anil lie tells his customer it is worth fO DM Next day the assessor comes around the owner says it is worth lilXK The Government of the UuitedStates took off t lie tax from person al income among other reasons because so fow people would tell tho truth ami ninny n man with an incomo of hundreds of dollars a day made statements which scorned to imply ho was about to bo bunded over to tlio overseer of the poor Careful to pay tholr passage from Liverpool to Now York yet smuggling in their Sara togo trunk ten silk dresses from Paris and a half doon watches from Gouuva Switzerland telling the custom house offThere is nothing in that icer on tho whart trunk but wearing apparel and putting a live dollar gold pieco in his hand to punctuate the statement Described in the text aro all thoso who aro particular never to break the law of grammar and who want all their lan guage an elegant specimen of svntax straining out all the inaccuracies of speech with a lino sluvo of literary criticism while through their conversation go slander and Innuendo and profanity and falsehood largor than a wholo car avan of camels when they might bettor fiacture overv law of tho language aud shock Intellectual tasto and better lot ovory verb seek in vain lor its nominative and every noun for tt s govorniu ut ami every preposition lose it- way in the hen touce ami adjectives and participles and pronouns get into a grand riot worthy of tlio Fourth Ward on election day than to commit a moral inaccuracy Hotter swallow a thousand gnats than one camel Such persons nro also described in tho toxt who aro very much alarmed about the small faults of others and have no alarm about their own great trutigro sions Thoro are in every community and In every church watch dogn who feel called upon to keep their eyes on other1 and growl They are full of suspicious They wonder if that man is not dishonest if that man is not unclean if thoro is not something wrong about the other man They are always tho Ilrst to hour of anything wrong vultures are always tho tlrst to smell carrion They are self appointed detectives I luy tins down ns a rulo without any exception that t hoso pooplo who have tho most faults themselves aro most merciless in From scalp of their watching of others head to sole of foot thoy aro lull of jeal- Â¬ ousies and hypercriticlsins Thoy spend their life hunting for musk rats nml mud turtles Instead of hunting for Hoeky Mountain eaglealways for something Htoad of something grand llltfll Thev look ut their nolghhora Imperfections through a microscope and look at their own imperfections through a telescope up side down Twenty faults of their own do not hurt them so much as one fault of somebody else Tholr neighbors imperfections nro liko gnats and they strain them out their own imperfections aro like camels and they swallow them Hut lest iome might think they oseapo tlio scrutiny of the toxt I huvo totoll you that we all come under tho Divine satiro when wo inako tho questions of time moro prominent than tho questions of eternity Come now lot us all go Into tho confos sioual Arj not nil tempted to make tho quotum Whon rhall I llvo now I grouter Hum tho quest nu Where shall I llvo for ever I How siicll I got more dollars here I greater than thu question How shull I luy up treasures in Hoavoul tho question ilow ubull 1 pny my debta to man I greater thau Â¬ fonnatory institutions trying to strain out tho small gnats of scoundrclistu while in their grain olovntors and their store houses thov aro fattening huge cam God tho question gain the world f groutor Wliut If I loao question mysoiilf tho question Why did God let sin como Into tlio world greater than tho How shall 1 see It extirpated question from mv nature the question What shall I do with tho twenty or forty or soventy yours of my sublunar existence i greater than tho question What shall 1 do with tlio millions of ovi lus of my how small It Is existence f Dmliternlty how vast n V I Tho former moro insigiiilicaut in computvii witli the latter than a gnat is insign ant when com pared with a camel Wo dodged the toxt We said That doesnt nit in me and that doesnt mean me und with a ruinous bo novolenco wo aro giving tlio whole sermon uwuy Hut lot us all surrender to thu charge What an ado about tilings liorc What poor preparation for a groat eternity I As though a minnow wore largor than a behemoth as though a swallow took wider circuit tlvin an albatross as though a nettle wore taller thau a Lebanon cedar as inougii a gnai wcrj greater ttiau a as though u minute wero camel lougui- than a century as though time Were higher deeper broader thu it eternity So the text which flashed with lightning of wit as Christ utters it is followed bv the clashing thunders of awful catastrophe to those who make tho questions of tlmo greater than tho questions of tho ltlturo post-torrcst-ri- al LATE NEWS ITEMG It Is reported horothat tho Prince Chunff father or thu Emperor of Chinu Ib dead Mrs LuTnuche tho female broker and pwlndlor of women of Now York city has The city Hour mills at MKecsport Pa wore burned a few days ugo caused by a Loss 00000 insurance defective Hue fciOOO boon hold in 250J hall - I Â¬ O eternity eternity t eternity I a I AN HISTORIC GUN a I The Intorestlnc Story of llcroiain Tolil lij The following inscription is written on the back of a looking glass nov in the possession of the Woodou family near Pros- Â¬ pect Piitiee lidward County Vn Mophnn ur lu who was Uis uml who di d m 0S7 I have hurt the present frame nut to it tills l ltli en milks Wooosov Deeember ltM - Ii eclmis Cell Â¬ Â¬ my Rioiit graiulfiUlini- lIf I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Iu tho same Woodson family Is a very long and heavy siugle birrel gun with a flint lock It Is of such Inre dimen sions for a shoulder piree that It strikes overv one who cees it with utter astonish Â¬ ment It looks as though It weie made for ono of the nous of Anak The following is on record in the old family Hiblo John Woodion son of Kohort married to Judith Tarlton was a physician Ho was killed near Ills house as ho was returning fiom a visit to a patient at the second uiub saoro In Virginia The Indians attacked the house w hcli was haired against them nnd dulcuded hy Judith lis wlte nnd one Ligon n shoe maker with a long gun now my property which heats his name Ligon He killed three Indians the trst lire and two the next while Judith ihe wile killed two Indians who came down the chimney ono she scalded to dunth the other she killed with the roasting spit When the Indians getting alarmed tied Ligon tired nt them tho third time and killed two more So nine Iudkius were killed aud tho family saved by the gallantry ot IJgnn and Judith Now tlio Judith mentioned here wjs the daughter of Stephen Tarlton who owned tho looking glass and he died in 10S7 rl he second niassuorn w m in KJI l From these dates It is evident thut the looking glass Is at least two hundred vears old aud tho long gun counting fiom the second niuM ioro is two hundred and forty thieo years old but there Is a tradition that John Woodson w ho married Judith Tarlton and who oamo from Doisetshire Iiiighmd with Sir John Harvey in the year lliJo brought the long gun with him If so an Is probable the gun is at least two hundred and sixty two years old and is one hundred aud titty ouo veurs older than the United States Thovwiodiu tho steak of the gun and the frame on the looking glass are very tho company Wax Hugh O Pentecost tlio eloquent sound not worin eateu or In the least dc- i cayeiL Another century ad led to their al- Â¬ vuuiik pasiur ojr iuo ijuiioviiiu avouiio i on ready hoary ngo it would suem would not gregatioual church N Newark-J make any Impression on them JikhuionU preached his resignation sermon last Sun Xtntc day morning to an overflowing audience j Ho was frequently applauded as he gave Sounding by SimiihI Ills reasons for resigning and defined his On some parts of the coast of Sumatra and attitude in rollglous und social qucstnns th neighboring islands writes Mr W Mat- Â¬ Hon Henjamiu Hush Plumloy one of the in u Williams tlio iishorineu test tho depth early Abolitionists of tho North died at his of Hie sea and also the nature ot tho sea homo in day Galveston bottom liy the noises t liny hour on apply Â¬ In his vounger days Texas tho other the deceased was an ing tlio oar to ono end of an oar of which j associate of William Lloyd Garrison Wen the other end Js plunged in tlio water At dell Phillips und Lucrotia Mott and took a a depth of twenty tcot and less tlio sound prominent part In tho first agitation against Is a crepitation similar to that produced slavery Ho was a native of Philadelphia when salMs thrown on burning charcoal and descended from one or tho old Quaker nt ntty feet it Is like tlio ticking of a watch families the tick tack being more or less rapid ac- Â¬ Tho members of tho cording to whether tho bottom Is entirely too of tlio Philadelphia provisional commit Knights of Labor coral or alternately of coral and mud or of who issued the anti iulmuilstratlou circular sand If the bottom Is entirely of Mind thu have iccelved responses nearly every sound is clour ir of mud it resembles tho section of the country from said thnt the It la humming of a swarm of boos On dark committee is surprised at tho support it is nights the fishermen select their fishery rocolvlng and it is anticipated that ropre grounds according to these indications sentatives from ail tho disuffoctod local assemblies will soon meet in convention to formulate plans for union KITnct of Hallway Trnvol In India Tlio oisto system in India which has It Is understood that preparations aro always been one of the greatest obstacles being tnado by a number of loading logging ucounterod by our missionaries in that companies on tho St Louis rlvor to thorcountry Is experiencing a powerful under-Â¬ oughly gridiron the lmtuouso traot of pine lain ug influence in thu advent of tho rail- Â¬ bearing territory north of Clequct with a way system of travel People of different system or railroads ono or moro Hues or grades are obliged to ride in tho same ears which will bo euroiully graded and laid mid so the high canto man gets iuto close with heavy rails to bo usod also as a gon proximity to those Whose touch ho regards oral freight and passongor road lending to asdellllug Tho native papers nro protest- Â¬ points on tho lower Vermillion iron range ing against the grievance and detail at Tlio one hundrnth annlvorsary of tho length the washings nnd purifications birth or Thomas Hopitlns Gallaudet was which persons of the upper classes liavo to appropriately celebrated at tho asylum ror resort to utter riding with ordinary passen Â¬ dear and dumb lu Hartford Conn on tho gers Any thing which promotes tho break Â¬ 11th Tho usyluin lu that city is tlio Hrnt ing up of tho custr nystcm may be counted of Its kind in America and was csnhlishcd ns one of the instrument which Providence by Gallaudot seventy years ugo Thoro ara is using for the evangelization of Indii now sixty six Institutions with 7000 purlls Cttmtdm Uttklu aud about 110000 alumni who woro repre sented by delegates Gnllnudots grave HUliVKrts depends far less upon tho was visited und houpnd with flowers by tho external circumstances that surround us silent worshlppors of his moinory than It does upon the condition of our own Harry J Powell or Now York nged nlno mind The main sounjus thereof are with teen a Harvard freshman committed sm in us and not without Many a limn Is cldo in Ills room at Hoston tho night happier in his poverty than n king on Ills by ilrdt taking poison mid thou other turning on throne or a mllllonnfni in all his luxury It threo gas jots and lying down on tho bed to is a great mistake to udge of tlio compara- Â¬ await death An autopsy shows thut deuth tive happiness of men by the difference lu wus caused by tho gas before tho poison tholr outward condition V 1 IiuUjitmlent had time to operate Powell was naturally a bright young man but had boou depressed Foil truth It Is ovor tho fitting tlmo who lu spirits of late waits till circumstances completely favors AppointiuontClork Higglns or tho Treashis undertaking will never accoiupllsh anj ury Doparlment sajB ho Intends to rosign thing Luther nnd loavo tho govorumont employ at an early date Ilia rotlromout ho suys h WicoEvu nakefl a fuss about doing gooc an opdons iry little ho who wishes to Ixi seen voluntary and Is brought about bynovate portunity to cngiigo In dealruid and noticed when he li dolujr good will uot business do it lonjt huge Â¬ I takortTect Fobruarv ISSS Information lias been received that a violent hurricane recently swopt the Orkney Islands and that twenty porsoiiB were drowned through the destruction of small i vessels cruising in the vicinity Mr John Hooper member of Parliament for the Southeast division of County Cork lias hecn arrested for publishing reports of suppressed League meetings in tho Cork Iliinhl with which paper ho has been con- nectcd for twenty five years Tho Acting Commissioner or the Land Office has been notified that a verdict has been given against Kccles Spencer Co extensive timber operators in Idaho for unlawfully cutting from lands 502000 feet of timber and shipping the satno out of the Territory The Territorial penitentiary commission- ors 0 Wyoming have perfected an agree- WU um mhmi s or tlio niila noni tentary at Columbus by which all yom- ing convicts will tie place 1u that institu tion Forty convicts will bo transported to Columbus ut once Alftcd L Flockon confidential book keopr for Seccomb ft Co oil dealers Hos ton hits been arrested on the charge of cmhcilitig over SiOO from his employer Fust living was the cause of his downfall He is the son of a clergyman of Pough keopsie X Y and had been in tlio linns employ lor several years Tho fourth annual meeting of Plymouth Church Society was held m tho lecture room of tho church the other day The res oltition exonerating and complimenting Dr Paikerwas adopted Tho annual report showed tiMU members UC having joined and li dropped outduring tho year leaving a net gain of A spirited debate in favor of keeping up tho church work as actively as during Mr Heechers lite was reported as animating Jio members No reply to the call to Mr Horry has yet boen received M Fallicres has almost completed the construction of a Cabinet which subject to possible slight modifications will stand as M follows Falllercs President of the Council and Minister or the Interior M Houvier Minister oT Finance M Fourens Minister of Foreign Affairs General Perron Minister of War M Hurbey Minister of Marine M Spullcr Minister of Public Instruction M Halinaut Minister ot Public Wonts M Faye Minister or Justice M Dontrcsmc Minister of Commerce and M Dcvellc Minister of Agriculture The agent for tho prevention of cruelty to animals at lirle Pa has commenced to prosecute street car drivers for driving ghastly horses The prosecution is backed by a committee of prominent citizens who aro prompted by liuinaiiu motives litters aro being made to reach tho directors of 1 Â¬ Thu clothing house of Isaac Lewis nt Waco Tex was closed by attachments tho other day amounting to VJ000 Assets unknown Tho Armstrong Hrothors Company tho largest operators of tho Iron ring at Glasgow Scotland have failed owing to a rise in pig iron Great excitement bus been cnttfcd by tho failure of Meredith Almau bankers of Silver City Neb Commercial agencies quoted the firm ut VJOiHOX The rolling mills at Jollet III huvo shut down throwing two thousand men out of work It will bo a severe blow to tho busi ness men or thut city Tho Postnuistor General has issued an order changing tho name or the Wynndotte Kan pontoflice to Kansas City Kan to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I J ltt i I I I I vl Ml i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ G- ZK t V CONCERNING Ttic TRAVEL HOME FARM AND GARDEN m h stick together boil three hours in a cloth bag and serve with sauce JJpfroi1 Fr r Ircsx Wheat shorts or middlings is one A of the cheapest foods for swine ration of two thirds -- liorts and one third corn meal - one of the bc t things for finishing oil mature hogs It should be fed dr providing water In tin- - way the in a -- eparate trough hogs will nia tieate their lood most thoroughly and dige t more of it thai they would if it was fed wet short ami sweet skim milk until tho pigs are four or live months old is excellent feed one third corn meal being added later to put ou llesli and fat -- Home and For in The garden needs more manure GOOD HOUSEKEEPING This fact hould alway- - be kept ii A Olulni Tlml the toimliy Hiih Nver Had mind and every bit of waste that h ni Much r It a Now likely to have any aluc mechanical Tho women of the land are difÂ¬ or otherwise as manure -- hould b in re poet ferentiating into two added to the heap It is wonderful to housekeeping The Ming ones do what a lot of manure ma be got o not all take to dome lie duties for golhor bv those who keep this alwaxs they iind them irksome A girl who Kvery body of course before them has been led and reared on excitement should keep pigs to eat up Ihe wa te and who has pas ed through a some Â¬ vegetables ami witli the manure front - not in Â¬ what rapid adolc cencc the pig stye should be blended all lie clined to sympathize with a routine of other waste matter- - of the garden and Domduly within the walls of home V P Observer house e-tie cares weary her and in her Whit Pot - - From one quart of hand- - housekeeping is composed of save out a tcacupful licit the re makeshifts that neither dignil herself milk mainder to the boiling point into the nor ennoble the work lmt taking all women into account eold milk stir two heaped tablespoon fills of Indian met and two heaped the quality of housekeeping is fast im proung for there is a large and tahlespooufuls of sifted tlourin stir this mixed the cold growing class of women who have the after being evenly milk have readv milk into the ladling intelligence the health the sense and pleasure of duty and the home attach Â¬ to add at the same time two eggs well ments that make prime housekeepers beaten and two thirds of a cup of mola siS or sweeten to la te boil of thorn One has to go back to the ten minutes mid add a tea poouful of hon ekoeping of no more than tweuty serve hoi and you Jie years ago milting the masses of salt and that the hoys alwas will not wonder relished the people to see how great - the con Â¬ iood mothers glib - go - down tract of tho prc cut If oii do not Jhccr enter homos enough to Iind this out j on will see evidences of it in tho Poor Georges Exercise cooking at least shown at country Uncle Zeb visiting niece - Maria fairs at church festivals and at various put on your wraps sud com with mi gatherings where the housewives make My carriage is at the their contributions of food vou will for a drive door see it in the newspapers and various Young Wife - Pleae excuse me periodical publications by he endless I have been shoveling the uncle inquiries about this and that about snow oil tho walks carrying in coal cooking nud furnishing about how to am too and emptying ashes and do one thing ami another tired to dress iood liou okoeping is not decaying UncloZeb IPm Whores JeorgeP The country never hud so much of it Young Wife Hes at Ihe gym Â¬ as now and this makes the failuros nasium practicing on the lifting ma Â¬ Avium no look at them alone seism all chine Poor dear fleorge has to have the more deplorable There is every tliiemjo opportunity now for women to learn some exercise you know Tribune how to keep house well and there is Hr hoptt to tho willing and am Â¬ And what do you think of my bitious -l- iiOll JfaHtchCllUHJ daughter1 it playing Professor11 asked Her method is good Mr Pursey Utilizing Their Talents and her phrasing is excellent but what Pe about concluded said the hho lacks is technique Wh didnt manager lo his company just after a you ltd me know ot this before In to Mop putting on fessor Mmny rehearsal Ill order sonic right away plays ami turn your taunts in a Fni determined that Fannie shall uot direction where they will be more- want for nothing that money will UMflll buy - - Ionian Jlitdtfcl What aro you going to doP asked the leading man It is said that once in happy Fin Im going to organize you Into a laud the average publication of books fool ball association Pll have the was one yearly In 18Vi the average nmst brilliant collection of kickers hi had increased to ton Hut now lit the co im try -- Verei cm J Truvclcr ycurly yield nuinbars 1210 volumes it i- 8turtllntr CliiuiKe Wrought Within tin Lust Half Ontnry Tho iidvunoeinont in the inoilcs and rUlit y or traveling litis Iiimmi very Wis tiro toM that Wintlirop nit groat lovnrnor of Miissirhiittts hav Â¬ early ing lived two yours in Huston wanted to visit Plymouth of tho sune Stale After two about fifty miles distant wo are told he reached duys haviii 1lymouth heen convoyed Mm fords of stromas over on the ulionldora of Indians Toward tho close of the eighteenth century it was regarded as a remarkable journey if the traveler went from Kdinluirgh Scotland to London Hngland in three It was said day and three nights persons who had been m rnli as to attempt it had actually died from the rapidity of the motion In 1817 it took month- to from New Kngland to O cgon Now the trip win be made in sixthly In 17G0 the stage that was to carry the mail from Philadelphia to Boston was ex peeled to make the trip in si days leaving Philadelphia on Monday morn Â¬ ing and arriving at Boston on Satur-Â¬ day night Said a distinguished editor of W jh Bin for our art iagton city in 18S1 we have no desire ever to beuaniud by uiy mode of conveyance more rapidly than at the rate of thirteen mile tho hour This editor was as incred ulous is to tho rapidity with which people could go from place to place a Voltaire who said of Sir Isaac NewWhat do you think Sir Isaac ton Newton siysl Why he actually predict that the lime will come when people will travel at the rate of forty miles an hour lustsec into what absurdities the studies of the Bible drive a irreat and gifted mind1 Vcrv few even among tho far seeing entertained tho thoughts of Sir Isaac Newton Many thought with Voltaire that ucii thoughts concerning travel were fanciKvoii lhose who assembled near ful Jioncsdale Pa to mo the lirst loeo niotic that turned a wheel on a rail- Â¬ road track had no conception of tin part that steam was to play in the con Â¬ veyance of passengers and freight Jifty y oars ago two steam vessels ar- Â¬ rived at New York tho same day hav Â¬ ing made the voyage in fourteen days Now they make the voyage in half the time and many vessels are re Â¬ quired to meet the waul ot the travel- Â¬ ing punlic and large numbers arc coming and going from one country to another The conveniences in t rax cling both by rail and by water are so many that the traveler ran go around tho world and not experience the discomforts and hardship encoun Â¬ tered by a few miles of travel in other dt s I hriation id WorL that--several Sugar Cookies Ono and one half cups sugar one cup butter one cup sour cream one egg one teaspoon soda one teaspoon baking powder mix aolLJhito1 llwlqrt Before going into fruit culture Iind out what varieties your land is best adapted to produce and give those varieties tho preference Situation as well as soil adaptation should be con Â¬ sidered Trotj Junes Ducks usually begin to lay in Feb Â¬ ruary and until flint lime they may lie kept at hut little expense Cooked turnips with a small amount of corn meal make good food lor them Alter they hegn to lay they should have a proportion of animal fooil Journal Uncle Simeons Brown Bread Two quarts Indian meal one quart rye half cupful molasses two tea spoonfuls salt one teaspoonful sal aratus one cupful yeast Make as still as can be stirred with a spoon with warm water Let ri c over night Bake live or six hours Toledo Mode Kvery additional pound of llcsh that can be added to the carcass proportionally les ens the cost of the whole with the same amount of food The more comfortable the animal is kept the more rapidly it will increase Shelter and warmth represent food as they save that to create which food is V required Louis HcwUintn Field mice will work very badlv in orchard- - when there is a great depth of snow The snow -- hould be trodden down about the trees the lirst time it is damp enough to do o espe Â¬ cially in runs when it drifts as trees six or eight inches in diameter at tho Symptom of Catarrh Dull heavy headache obstruction of tho nasal passages llsohurgcji falling from tho head into trio throat Boinctinio profuse wntery nail aorid at others thick tena cious mucous purulent bloody and putrid tho eyes tiro weak watery mid lullnmod there Is ringing in tho cart deafness hack ing or cougltlng to clear tho tltrtmt expec toration ot offensive muter together with Beabs from ulcer tho voice iHcnaugcdatid has a nasal twang tin breath Is ofTeiudve Hiaellttad taste tiro Impaired there In a sen HiUlonof dizziness with tucntid depression a bucking cough and general debility If you have all or any considerable number of these symptoms you aro suffering from Nnul Catarrh Tlio more complicated your disease bus become tho greater the number and diversity of symptoms Tlioumnds of cases annually without manifesting half of t he above symptoms result in consumption and end Ik tho grave No disease Is bo com mon more deceptive and dangerous or loss understood or more unsuccessfully treated by physicians Five hundred dollars reward is offered by the manufacturers of Dr IJagos Catarrh Remedy for a cum of ca tarrh which they cam uot euro llcmedy old by uruggiHts at only M cents Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IlOW TirY VA1 ItKIIIND 7 trrtwSv Tliere Is really no prollt hi rrvom lucndlng tho worth less for tho rear lioiin tho minds of those who buy and nro deceived i against pointedly everything Kild by Mtch a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Tub dog that guru without n muzzle In New York to pnvo u trifling expense is penny whso und pound foolish Textu Womans Alodmty Many women aro prevented by feeling of delicacy from consulting u physician in those disorders arising from functional derangement of her ihvu Hurry delicate or giuiLsni and tho most serious results aro often euusod by this neglect To such per sons Dr Pierces Favorite Proscription is an espociul boon as it offers a sure and safe cure for all those distressing disorders to which women uro peculiarly htibjecl while it saves a modest girl or woman from the embarrassment of a personal consultation with a physician Favorite Prescription is tho only niedieluo for wouiaus jMcullar weuloiesH and ailments sold by druggists under a positive guarantee from the inaini fuclurors thut it will give satisfaction in ovory case or money will be rufuuded See guarantee on bottle wrapper i if ting represents in every Hue a most inqxirtimt UoMon and allied rcvelation lulv II 1887 Tho Charlc A Vogeler Many jtrejianitions tiro plueetl before the pabli and for a time at loiiit they have a large but tcmponiry snle large Imhiium ol the extensive tiilvertMiu teiiiKnirv as the sullering class soon rraliyo that tho com Not so with IMiuutl jMivsewes but little merit St Jacobs Oil it success lets bctn conitiiut from tho stint mid to day wo regard it as one of those tnudnrd remedies that our trade con ldcr as ab olutely ccntial to always carry in their stock lVr onnl cxix riiiut and the good words of the tlruggists of New Kugliuid all tf ud to trove that each year will ald to Us sale and well deserved popularity Signed Doollttle Smith Taking the many cases of cure published by tlie pro priettirs examples are given of itsimvarving eileels in the worst chronic cies nud tlierc is nothing in trade which can uppioach its -- llenef the forreofthe following vohmtar lot tor which Is hie ed upon thecoufcientiouicon vlctlou foriniHl Iniin the long and cautious exiMrienre of a leatling drug Iioum of lleiton dealer I The trcnttnent of tnnny thousands of cases of thow chronic wcHknesses and dlHtrcssiuir nilments jwotillar to fcmnlcs ut tho Invalids Hotel nnd HiirKical Institute lIutTalo N V Initt t Â¬ elicacv teaniFroTSDiE Â¬ Â¬ HonroonoBB Stiff Nock 8oro Throat Cotdo Coughs Â¬ ind cll bad whisky bur g V some one must y Ilviiyunr collar an often completely girdled in such situation- - -- IIoiiu mid ami Plum Pudding - One pint of chopped suet one pint of tart apples one pint of raisins one pint of cur- Â¬ rants one half pint of ugar one half pint of sweet milk one cup of citron beat eight eggs and mi with the above and add -- iillicieu tlour to make -- Â¬ AVttl Afliti d liiHtant Tunc internally icnsponnfnl n tum Ir is natural thnt a fckye teinor should lilerof wutcr ulmlfton low nitnute in linlfCriiinpK will tint ruro bnrk at the moon Ihilinriuii bur Jirx Spntu Sour Hlomiiih Nniiion VnmlUnK llenrt never giving any a fair trial is noway to cure constipation In ita chronic formit is obstinate but it is at lirst relieved and then positively eradicated by lloslcltersKtomuch Hitters as a ilnal consequence This prep aration also subjugates and pi events inter- Â¬ mittent and bilious remittent fever rheumatism and dyspepsia und builds up a brokeu dowu physique Â¬ First with one cathartic ihon with another Itnpliauiil Medication Bronchitis Catarrh Hoadacho Toothacho Rhoumatlsm Nouralgia Asthma Brulsoe Sprains tutnrded h vast exiK rlenco In nlwly nilupt Ing und thoroughly tcRtlng rumcdleu for tho cure of womans H onllar uiidiidles Or IMorcow Favorlto rrnKcrlptloa Is the outgrowth or tern lit of this great nnd valuatilo ezericuce Thousatidi of testlmo rial i eeeived from iiatlouta nnd from physi Â¬ cians who Imvo tented it in the morn iiggiit voted und ohatluntu cases which hud bullied their skill prove It to bo tho most wonderful remedy uver devised for tho ruliof and euro of sufferinc women It Id not recominunded ua a euro all but as a moot perfect Specific for wotnnns peculiar ailments Ab a powerful Itivlaoratlnfr tunic It imparts BtretiKtu to the wholo nystoin nnd to th tvomU ami Its apnunihije in worn out For overworked pnrticulnr run down dehllltutod teachers milliners reuses shop glrLi house Â¬ drefisiuukern seuinst keepers nursing mothers and feeble woinrn generally Dr Ilcreea Favorlto lrcrIitlon io tho ff rent est earthly boon being uuiNiinlfd ua an appetising cordial and restomtlvo tonic Aim a sootliliiK and trongttioiilnjr is nervine io Kuvorlto Irvieription und une Â¬ sub nunlcd nnd invaluable In allaying r duing nervous excitability Irritability liystcrln ausms nnd hnustlon prostration com Â¬ nervous syniptouis other distrcsnhii monly attendant upon functional und orgniila womb It inducoa rufnslilng dlwniui of the bIihp and rellovps mental anxluty und de opondeney 1 t W Or IMorcoB Favorite Proscription qulokor llmn nny Inown rprncdr Itwus ttinflrBt und in tlio unly Iuln ri mcily tluitiriMuutly r tupnttio nioicxrrticliitliiK pulim ullnvn IntlnmiiuUlon nul rures Aiictiiiin wliuthor of ttiu Jjunus Htouiacli llowiln or otlu r KlnndH or uratma No muttor how vloloiitoroxrriirtnttni thepnln the ltlutiniHtU- - Ufdrldiloii liiflriti Crlpiilftl Ntirvmis NiurulKlo or prontrutod with itlL jien may sufft r Â¬ RADWAYS READY Jack Old Smiles will supersede many lrowns and many discomforts will be unknown when Dr riorces Pleasant Purgative Pellets eu tlrely supercede us they bid fair to do Ihe large and less efficient pill of our forefathers Kvery day they gin new laurels Most popular when inont- ills abound 1 lull uruwn Jnukn Weill down Inn Willi frown Jill ill oil troni oiiuxii unknown l klml11 urul Jill uhloiii rudi took - n pill Â¬ 1 A prefer troaacra Buowxs jenitiuc UarljoM Ivxl Foil Throat Diseases and Coughs use HitoNciiMi Hie Hostov dog chews gum Most dojs xclt uniij m things they are mutated Oocf Titodiis Like all The A soiiT of stock thut a rather lclow par jimr now Coiu Hioea Ik afflicted with Sore Kyes use Dr Isaac Thompson h Kye Water Druggists sell it J Tun ossip inol popular drink in the world Ifiivai AVio Vr -- eac - It must ho u very gopd brass bund thai can piny till the airs a drum major puts on ttcliiii 1 Julrtliiriri painful menstruation uuniiturul suppn ssions prolsiisns or falling of tlio womb weak buck female weakness unlevcrslon retroversion bcuring down uonsiitlons chronio congestion jurn Ncrvotinnen HloiiplciKncsn Uik llendiirho Intlntnmntion nud ulceration ot tho womb In lllarrlH ii Colic Kliitulonry uuil till lutortuil prlii flmiimation puin and tenderness in ovaries Mlurli In ltn Turioun lornis curi il anil jirnviiitcd accompanied with internal hcut 1 ln ro H not n rciiiiitliil niaiitln tlio world thut will and promoter o fuuu An ruro fnir uuil uuuu mid nil other fever iiidedbr tionni a regulator crltlciU tierloUof cJiangn action at that lUuln uj IMUslMHiuickly u Iliulwny s lleuily Itulle from girlhood to woinniihood Kavorito Iie ACZ Z1CS JTVX3 PAUVB is a erfectly wtfo remedial agent Bcrlptlon Kor benilm ha wliettier Mek or iiervourO tooth and ran produce only gotnl resulM It Is nelio neurululn iiurvoiiih M und i IccjiIcsmicss rheuaiallini ninitmuo palrm und weuJmsH In tha equally cmcurlous nml vnhiiililo to its effects when taken for those disorders und denuigc biiek spina or kldiioyn pulns uromul tlio liver iileiirLiy nwelllnu or tho Joints und pains of nli tnenta incident to that Inter and moat i Jtienl kinds tho application of lladwuyB lt ndy Hotlef XerloJ known as Tho Chnngeor Ilfo nlllulTord liniiiiilliiui cne mid Its eontliiued uoo Favorite Froncrlptlon fiirnfuw iliiyHftleel u perinunutititiru trlcuSO In connection with tho use of when tulirn IiercoH fotiin BouitiyallOriiKKisis Golden Medical Discovery und omall luxntivo dow fl of Dr llercos Inrgntivo Iellets llttlo Liver Pills euros Liver Kidney nnd lllndder itlseoflcs Their combined uan uLv removes blood taints und abolishes cancerous nnd BALM CREAM I Bcrofnloiis humors from tho system CfCAkI afsMK Favorite Proscription Is tho only CI can a on I he Yfiji medlelno for women sold hydrtiKgiHbi uiidor ftl n positive Hiiaratitoo from tho iminu NaMitl Iiihsukch factuivre thnt it will givo satisfaction in every enso or money will bo refunded TliU guarun Allayri Iaia anil reo bottlo wnipiwr runrrifrriSvYK Of A und linn been printed on thofor faithfully carried out inuny your In la lit million ge bottlew 100 doss 11100 or six Heals tho Sores bottle lor fiOO Ior largo Illustrutod Trctisoon DUousesof iloNloreN Ihe Women IfiO pngM nnHr eovore0 send tea lenses ol Tanie cents in stamps Address Smell and Worlds Dispensary Medical Association USJt 003 Main St-- KIUFFAJLO N Y I 41 n iIDti favor llo Iroucrlitlon luapotl RELIEF tlvc cure tor tho most complicated and ob stinate euseuof leucorrhen cxcewlvo lowing oompounoed by an experienced und skilltul physician and adapted to womans delicate orgiuiiAdtlon It in puiely vegctablo in its coinpolttou nnd perfectly harmless in Its any condition of tho syatom For cflects in morning sickness or nausea fi om whntuver cunsc iirifllng weak stomach IndlC HtJon dys pesluund kladreil symtitoms Its use in iniall doses will prove viry Ixuiellelul Â¬ a lecltlmntu mcdlclno caieinlly Ir ELYS e vl wmm Jii lai i rai hati a man who iihos evclaiiuud young lodger when Ins girlV progenitor kicked him down the front lutrhntoivit Xntfrnii uiiqu too-back-- 1ili iij uiuuunrijr4TisSiVJEiK inlik pilllliiniipllri IntiMJiliiio trilniul A IUV llHOTllKltS u VI iliiiuRintii 2i iremwli li I by mull liiflKtcrcil ht htw Vuit Nili WANTED r 1000 COPIES 1 iivi some men rope enoiil and they will start a junk shop Turn iiiiii WHY WORK i- I -- Â¬ Kviir dog lias his day but the trouhlu Why work on renUd limd ntWiiv not start for oncofiomooftho voursnlf Why notHcouni nnscs when he tiles to make a tiiglil of It lownrlcod hut very fertile and well located JUKrtl Cithfil limd tiiljiionnt to rnilroiulu now to lieohtiilned hv thiHO going to Northern Dakota und WIiiiip WrsrwAiii the star of empire taks sotn whoro vou can mnkoalarioriKtprollt per his way Inn he frequently walks homo iiuro thuu on the high priced or worn out land Whv uot go and Iwlt the you now occupy again on the ties--- situation over and boo for yourwir or nt liwt further information which will Jhi fl II Nrvuu disturb a contemplative man It la olituln freo if you will AddrosH nont not safe to get near a tialu of thought when W ARHHN Gen Iuhh Agt Wt Iniil Minn B it Is in motion Luteal tUi n By iti How is the suns light supported beams Tin man who invented the otllee lioy has - thitin tTirLf titr ill fl Why try to Heeuio ii living from T7orn outfann Hiieh lilgli prloeil or hetivlly inorlaKOl fiinnsT OIt ANOTHKH or onWhy eonRiimll Hillary Tlioy lutvlng llltjs IleulPit II Mk III HVrj ruiinli llfCUIIKM Pftlt IlllirilMlll Ik lllllllllOllll of 10141 or It anil lMin eun Inku uulriH mi liiinlllKilit liy all elme every iKt aiimlt Im nnl il for fill Ml Hliilnnwiin U II ul Apply for hii mriicy wl oiit eunil If ynu on x nirn u u 1lit 4fitK townlili only iiii will Itlltlllll nf lllllv Uiinunl Iink jimt lllMIII ImumI Aililrt Mi STANDARD BOOK CO 103 SUto St CHICAGO HILL nii liart lllitiellli f Wholly untitle urtlllrlnl nvnteiu Au linoli leiirneil In en reiutlnif IWimintnill hy MaiikTwaiv Uiniuut lnrKTron IIknja W Auiun Jiiuu ttmSi iuiKt IIiiiim WClawiiif KiMJolumliiA Ijiw Html Mix Ilr Alison io nl ImirUwofJOi nrhot Vali U ut IJiiUrlly of lViiiillilta4fAL WitllralHytiiltvstt nl ttiKnUitiH cUkm hhI UtiaiitinM tlnlnixlty Jo Imilxwlieilimr 1 UBKfioin PHOK IXIlairiTK 1B7 fitlli A NY 1 MEMORY ltrrt lu Ufiu Ida uiiIIumIIik Dit mi Su-i-- l VZm BILIOUS a good deal on his oousoiuueu i- of a well but tliirn milkmen nover gut quite Ilotttut- dimriti us far down as that Misioniixi in writing of triumphal niche hove utterly neglected to uiUition tin dainty uivoof a pretty woiuhus eyebrow - It is said that truth dwells at tho bottom THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY Kurllver niitniii i r 2 jauJ AuvM JONES XKia WM PAyathBFREICHT Ton Uunuu h Hrnlos llru vukh Illle liiilltri- lion elr oiilv Im iiitUliir - Mn shunt Tittivln - - Why Is a new born babv like a galo of 1 icemi io it begins with a squall Im young man who didnt get out of tho way of tin omnlbiiH in time suys hu ft It rather stage struck tor a moment uThkkk is beauty in extreme old nge xeems to hu toe motto of the grocur who mukes a specialty of country butter Srjrakn blaU Joinua wind ote lsdy nirmtts wunteil for Ilcctrle Corbet Quirk sale Write forterm Or SrottS IlroBdwuyN V uwc UIIUhiiiIi HcliitliirlMpairrlll G aiiilliriiiiNiMilliiiflluMl Mrrct Chlt ie llllr IllOI T namilkh ncKi PER for otla 100 ULNl PHoniesnviris llrlti IlrIlrutir Ornulne rlrle SlrikCli I oriTKvrn nku voiik InuidliliO Kiee from Mcrniry Hirtih Lnadi rn JS7ftJJS0 n iwi irtniiiii viuiuniiu uj H hliif Tcklc IWkBlCllllviJ II Cf try lit b iU Vat pr A wroilm Kill Blr 0l aljrrt JONIS Of tlNOHAMTN UIMU1A11TON N V ut Sit JL liu A CO III CIV UImkIh Miu WEAK NERVOUS PEOPLE omen Ami Hi Kl4 iutriiiii wiiii Klil UliaUniHtlill uoy an Kit t lllvlilcj llwar aim iHinltivaly our ci I liy Ur ItiniV rnmoiM KIKCTKU- - Iiil - 230 A Inn iit tiilci In ihn world I Kauiulo htre licit Add rem M 1 ItlUISSOSUtlroU MOSTII JotiiltWiinM bct noil auiiila lii urnry sialo III tlm lietm eintMl ILtlTIIHITY liitdltly Illlllll liv iIkui niii in vkm Wliilufjiuilir full Inten w IU KlLi runHlHtiiUKIK fmn wild mnln KLK1TIUI lUUhhM IioIIk AtiililwnlOilrui linltittliiiii VOU KUKI Ulir M i ill l III f Hniil wnii Tor iniililru WsUssli AtIIiIisko DR W J HORNE MAMMCtiu iiiii- riKiu- - iiin iii Jue youiijr stehrrsnptUtg oliluUena nnrklntr forim Auaiii prfurrul lliolr own liometHnttxlTatUwIr wliolw tliun to tlm iiiMlnttiii Hpara iiKiiniintt uisr bit proutshly iiii lilureiliilio A ffiw tiriirttM In tuli nud eltlf JOIINMON A to lULOIalli til ItlclimoiiU Vm II I-- 9lUO lurNtr83 TO dUU win can finnluli rn bo iiiniln 1 Hripurllli County purl of tlm lioily mom irtiriiUrljr In Hit back nliiiiliter ami Joint urn the umvvlrowe Indications Hint iIimiiiimIIhii lorn kmIiicmI u foothnlil la for 11 for n longer or hortvr mnt you ro period ItlitMiiiistMii I cnuel hy turtle nrlil In tint which UIimxI mid l cured liy llnodn Saimpnrlllii niiutralltix tlni srlillty miiU cradltiites cvvtj lai patlty from tu blood broil luffiirhu with rlicnintlm ni rly i und nml novcml dlrritHiil kimliof tworiur but nnur found rillrf until I uird Hoods Pains and Aches Ynrlou ULUICbii iUnlihHlOaV ty rollHClrdi lfiitti r rulliirtxli la lho BEAST Mexican Mustang Liniment PENETRATES MU801E8 VERY Ulill INFnRMATinN about IT liracileei Rucfiini or imffe HdOHHUk HOS 0 Laws 4ntVJKK rlttUaglM nur lioiin yearn U I lands UlHIk TI1U MSfX Arkoi oreufWIBsO UMKfiit tivr ilUl LITril HOIK AMU T ttaaiUilMin t l4 TO lltiiA DAY Bumplru worth WMIn IllTll fi vl M 5 MlOOimUkmil U nut inn Ur tlio Iiiii mi HKIUOLUKKlt i A KlMJKlfcV Nlnoei Hrwim Prliii HUP UHt forityipppila I hare tnktii Ilnoda PArparlll tidatonloHltoratlfowlth llio mot henetlrlal rtc sulti I Iihto alto nol It for rheuiustUm witli kooJ effect N V llt Grsnnlittil UF1I for Poultryimter Htinlio Itoiiesnrl rWUHUrnulifU Semi Mr VOItK IIKMIIAI WOllStS Voik Im -- A meillclnrnd II CiUKV Irftfsrillta on of Ihn very bnt family woulil roiltiice nol wittingly II I lie without It Hoods Sarsaparilla Hold by all drnIM liy C I HOOD X CO lrttlin i te tleu vnrlir luiikht y Bll UlrcuUr fcrr HYlrStlLlUt HmXT Mrblae HubU Curt Im Io OPIUM Ilr MIJ day A uity till euidi AKttWHi lbuauu ANK K tVHCV MHITIftU UURTrBr I1UMC uiattr MiHiL Ltiilnir IVimiiinililp Arllb tt six for IS Irrparfdonljr Apothr mriM fiwell Mass IOO Dos8 On Dollar BONES TRY IT I to thi Hat llV ysy civ t fit im IW AHVXKTMU HftFIKASK llt In ii -- - AdrrU4wM tU BIBMiim m UiBiiiiLftrfilVTfMAl vp agap UMawWPfi rirMrwr T fr LL OT - M rTt ra - -- T irifcMiiii mmJmmm V v Hanavwm jumnwummjjauiLnjiMmiiji33xmm Hazel Green Herald Subscriptions II a Year And Mtit lie Pnld In A t van tit EASTERN KMTUCKY WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING Ctininlled 1y County Corrvoimnihmtrt Cit tiuil CoimIiIimmI from Our B anil CnntvniHtrnilH MOUGAN COWSJT1C MBfrJ iSpecliil Corruspniiilciioc Ezkl Jsui J 0 yea you man On Tho Wing you located the item at once You know that the young man Homo ww living with Jnvid Ward near tho nipper Long Jlrnnch which is in sight of thiH place- - Wo intended hv what we said to eroj your wingn as other mirt chiovous fowls are Rome times treated Married Last week at the residence of the hridert father William Hryd Miss Mary Hryd to Lee Montgomery Jlev Turner Spencer officiating This wed ding has been on hand for the last twelve months Guess there will he no divorce there 4ia they have given the subject fr IS KV kicking We have bcon confidentially informed having first promised to be as silent as the grave that marriage license lias been issued for James Moreaud Mrs Elizabeth We have and can show tvou more Overcoats than all tho Gay widow of the late John Gay We Full Carps Competent Teachers wouldnt have violated our trust but clothing houses in Lexington together and we suppose that before Squire Moro sees this in Tm Uikau the alfair will have at prices that will astonish you progressed so far that it will be known Ji M iiOkTuition IJonrd and In- Â¬ to all Then both parties have been theie Rev J G Combs has just returned before and we dont see the propriety of cidental Kxpcnses Reasona from Ilooucvillc whera he and hisdaugh secrecy no how Cora will vter Cora went on a visit Several of our citizens are attending ahle remain there some time the Wolfe Circuit Court as witnesses for For further information call H Three of S D Goodwins children and against Lewis Taulbee charged with been very low with fever the past murder and transferred from this to on or address lhavo week but at this writing am thought to Wolfe county on a change of venue be some better Wiley H Combs has just returned Hazol Green Acadsmy Co Rev W II Lykins preached at the from a business tripto Campton and Hazel 7 Craft school house in Menifee county Green Ili1 Orciit Wolfe couiito Ky last Saturday and Sunday Thos L Sewell is in Richmond on TRADERS DEO SIT BANK Mrs J M ricratt who had a sevens business attack of erysipelas on the face is imHon D D Sublott proving MT STERLING ICY Mrs J S Nickel has been on the Our Salyersville correspondent send sick list the past week but ii now im- Â¬ us the following proving The time is not far distant when the Rev D O Combs preached at this Democratic Convention must conlerit hoi os upon some man who is to male J M I5IGSTAFF Iresident place lut Saturday and Sunday the race for Congress at the ensuing RllUT u NV W TIIOMSOX Cashier election we feel safe and fully justified nwtM iiMnHTwr tviMnmvfwn1 gwinnwMifTrgiwiiNiiTiiitCTvwnnjwfWTJWii iwywwiiinMiimi Rev II II in saying that this high honor could net tUAPSY CitiXK Jan D DIIIKCTOKS Little preached at the Caskoy school be bestowed upon a moro worthy and K2238 house on Saturday afternoon aud night complete gentleman than Mr Subletti f Lvmps GrioiiN Avaunw Knsiru Magoffin Although he is not an an Â¬ 3 and Sunday at if oclock His subject Highiaxi n R R Duaki Sunday was on the name and we never nounced candidate we are quite sure llUlillv heard It handled better There was a he will not refuse the honors it tendered few additions to tho church and a good him by the convention He has been a citizen of Magoffin audience during the entire meeting county for a number of years and his Wo were very sorry that Wild Injuns diligence and reputation letter of last week was too late for we everything as to morals make a whole Maiuifactuicisnnil Wlioh ili IHil rin necevary to are always glad to hear from him espe and complete mai i unsurpassed by any cially when he dons hi war paint Jlen and equaled by few rybring me my hat and get your old cap He is a whole ouled Democrat and or I will prosecute you He stands firm and always has been Married At tho residence of the true to his party principle- - ami comes brides father George Chanev Andy to the front with sufficient oratorical Toliver to Malicia Chancy Rev A II powers to advocate them Stamper oilieiating We wish them a If he should uccivo the endorsement Sj happy aud a prosperous life of his party no man would use moie zeal No ill Main Street lt Summer II F Pieratt of West Liberty pasted and energy to push it toils goal than he Louisville Kv Ihisloii Mass through here last Saturday evening foi He is vigorous aud active possessed with Haul Green Henry was in an awful genial manners and knows no end to his P Represented ly Jiurry but wo dont know what he was duty I 1 going for No man stands fairer in his communi Hlackhurn llnlV We met a man the other day who in- ty than Mr Sublctt and if lie would formed us that he was taking three or make as good a Congressman as he is a lour papers aud that Tin HrUAii countryman which we know he is able wis the best of all We think so too and willing to do to would make a most Mr Taulbee successor J M Little has closed his school at worthynoiititiMtinn will insum vietorv for AND lls the Oaskov school house which was well to an mttendeduring the entire session Miles the party Mid not only bepeoplehonor his and him liui a blessing to the 4s a good teacher ith Sublctt for our Congress party Wni Yoeum and wife are vi iting in man tho represented will share in the T--SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIRTS Mrs Yoeum is a good wisdom of their representative -1 this locality Iluvinu stniULlel 0 years lutwcen life sco ttalker and wc are always glad to it li ASTHMA r PHTIIISie nml iK atli Jier treated ly eminent physicians and rcceiv Win Goodwaster bought a nice lot of SlTNCKU OOlTK ini no benefit I was einnpelled dariiit the llUltNDON If years ot my iiine- - in u mi inv eiiair M Inst This is the second lot of 3iogs last week ciiAs day and niijht mipini for breath My suf 2iogs he liai bought in the last mouth ferings were beyond dcseiiption In despair Win Havens was at West Liberty all I experimented mi injsclf by ennipmimlim Kit bust week s iporviaing the tax books COOPER HEKUDON FALLEN roots mid inhalint the medicine tlm nbtaiu ed I lortanatelv disenvered this WoNIKU Jfor this county KIl MllK 1011 ASTHMA AXH CA Old Undo John Wheeler of whom S GENERAL c TAKKII warranted to relieve the most stub - u n n Br u ii 111 h Ave wrote of lust week is still alive but born cum of ASTHM A I X V V K M X ITIV Â¬ much thought The Hchool houe at this place which is a good sized one proved too small to accommodaU the students of the select school and the Masonic Hall has been procured aud the school will be taught Doolc larnin is groin awful in 411 it vthis county S II Hurst and three of his laughters from Breathitt county arrived here Sat- Â¬ urday evening Our friend John Lin den came along as pilot but he got lost after reaching town The girls will at tend the select school here Rev W JJ Lykins will preach at this place on the third Saturday and Sunday Saturday at lollowiug of this mouth J5 oclock p M and Sunday at 1 1 oclock to enforce obedience to u code of judi- Â¬ ciously framed mid well regulated laws and while all the business interests of tho town could tlins he enhanced aud made more secure Ureathitt county would find her greatest benefactor in a Common IMeas Court composed of the counties of the old Judicial District with a Judge of the learning ability ami suavity of Judge Riddle to wearits er- Â¬ mine As an argument in favor of this proposition the records of our Circuit Court prove the fact that scarcely a com mon law case has been disposed of with in ten years Then Judges Lilly and Cooper are sufficient tenors totho e who make infraction of the laws ami need nut the iml of the Jrimiiml Court to serve the interest of the peope If our Senators aud Representatives from this section want to be called blessed let them show their color by advocating what we all need The board of supervisors of this coun ty composed of James II Sebastian William Terry John P Turner S E Taulbee mid lOliott Howard completed their lobors last week This eorreetion amounts to something nenr100000 over the assessment made by the assessors very much to the discomfiture of many large land holders The total assessment 0UU0O a of the the county foots up falling on of 1UO000 from last years The action of the board will be generally approved while a few will be found Â¬ Â¬ superiority to meet thgrowing emergen- Â¬ cies of tlio times and to keep apace with tho progress venees of the age aud the customs and lormalities ot the day Jackson is in sad need of Police Court Timber Virgin Timber In -- - WANTED Lands For mi KiikIMi Syndicate WAXTBI large tracts of One -- OLLA FOR Mineral Lands Kentucky nt IOWKST WIM bANDJ THICKS Miiat he accessible to Ilailrnail u good tloatlng Kit cams MF3T ItB IBUFKCT live fall partlcidars lUSllltOl V WASHINGTON dL3in Lock Hox 45 liarlcstown W Vn 1 Mt E HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY The Ninth Term Begins MONDAY Jan 2 1888 and ends FRIDAY May 18 1888 largo well ventilated buildings furnish ed with new improved school furniture clonn o We will put on sale the best value in an UNLAUNDRIED SHIRT Ever offered in Lexington bXov Â¬ A White Shirt at 39 Cents nR r Â¬ 1 LEADING GLOTHIERS Lexington Ky 1 L Pa EMff Â¬ Soots Shoes I 1 Â¬ Â¬ D -- if TO tk mmk wiJ ifTfe J Am wtewsi1 tft BKl CATARRH x Â¬ agulE5s5gggSJ 1uin Â¬ -- 1 Very low Cyrils Perry of North Fork was vis itinj in this neighborhood last week GN Tui Wisu t i i If you vNpoet to make Xians or wielding jirosHitfr ami nVsire nytIiJnjin the jewelry Have evclal tlfmis5nl acres of line tlin- ur dlwrwuiv line wc taluk wo can make Jt lll to buy now Wo have plain ber iniiiera ami fariniinr laiuli Ill WI1 intcreMim auhstniitlal goods fancy itrtieUH and novel ifiltl inlfotntnu enmities tor sale Wrltcfiir ami terms tics and will uell for a very small pnillt us ilCiteriptive hetoro Xinas tuild wo can duplicate them watuliUH and dlamomls at prices no one can Mupltcatvi Otis W Snider tlm iimiiifuutiir Wrifa for lug Jvwcler lycxliijjtoii Ky ANP rices 1IUKVT1IITT COUNTY I 1IAZKL CHtEKX KY that the patient can lie domi to rest ami sleep comfortably Please lead the follow im condensed extracts from unsolicited testimonials all of recent date Oliver V K lolmes Sm lose al w rites 1 find the Keinedy all and even more than represented I receive instantaneous relict so 1 Â¬ sx o Iii anticipation of the usual demand for tt- Christmas and Holiday Goods We have recently purchased an immense line of NOVELTIES for each of our ht Special Con vipoiuKnt been mlvicd niul has taken i interest in advertising the growth devel opment and wants of Urenthitt county uiul cppclftlly Jaqkeont whioh is destined to Minn become n commercial and innnit- facturing town Through di III cullies to Â¬ Jackson Jan IK Tub HkUaih has rllbornl vliilo alio m cvev reason to be ami is juHtly proud of her official tHUfrtwi teatiou of justice VviUtin Jier limit Riid the fraternal footings oSbtlng nnurtig lior iucu ongKgo in tho rivalry for wHuf SutVcreil with Asthma 10 ycarYour niwdi cine in minute does mme for me than the most eminent physician did for me in three vcnrs -- II Semi IMimpton Joliet III writes Catarrh llemedy at mice Cannot fct almij without It I find it to be the most valuable i medicine I have ever tried have many other hearty testimonials HAZEL GREEN KY of cure or reliefand in order that all sutler cm from Asthma Catarrh Hay Fever ami a STAIUK niul providcil inyxclf with kindred diseases may have an opportunity Kyud Mithlle ami harnehs liarvcs ami vehicles of testing the alae of the Kemvdy we will I respect Hilly aolielt thu imhllo iiatroniip send to any address TUI A I IWCKAHK I III mil lnruiB li Mm vliuli fiiit itnv ilrimsNt Hills ritKi OK It A U1K ITlvllllt to Ueup it do not pi milt him to sell yon some rfitith ultll litikU llllulll l ftT f rv kIMin II llllMII fn nil utnek entruslwl to me especial attention worthless imitation by hi representing it to ffllDEseM bnujjht niul ohl im fiimmi- - he Just as joml bat send directly to us Write ypuuiauie and address plainly lnu ami U1 thtve Jiui6i t linriiess fur all AililrJtlJ SCIMMHKMANCkln Propif Wholesale Drajrulsts Wooster Wayne Co hoiinlilo and nutisfactlun KmruntciK Olilm FuU itc Itov - mini lUO JuSOy I LIVERY SALE jgEEiD STABLE H aviso FirmVi M 1 dilfeiuhtStatcs riiothliigjitfordOd ilieriiho oiir preparation L It 1helps V M irlws Ohln writes K M Carson A M Warren Kan u rites Was troated by emiurut phyleiaas of this country ami ivrnuiuv died the climate m BFIVE DEPARTMENTS- goods we are just openingnow These - and will Â¬ SHOW FOR THE FIRST TIME Bronzes Bisques Vases Figures Busts Ae have added a Xow Department for the especial dis play ii ART GOODS including a handsome line of ruts erass Just the things for appropriate and acceptable presents c tum C GARRETS R BROWER CO ART GOODS FURNITURE WALL PAfER DRAPERIES l- Main and Broadway LEXINGTON KY i i i i i WW ff 0 iuiU- -