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PES TT J 1 VOL III araKnuvrreiKr I r j rift Iwntf V v 7jljbLA JLJ JLj Gr REEN a arvviiiiuujTimxngjujfMnuvmKJULuujiMjuiijii Â¬ JrlEIvALl i i SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Dorotod to the Development of Caatnrn Kontuoky 100 A YEAR Always In Advance HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JANUARY 20 J8S8 raramnm been endomed by the Democracy of that there is n bill pending to create a Common Pleas Court district embracing tho counties State as its candidate for Vice President of Laurel Whitley Knox Pell llarlnn Columbus O lire 0000 worth of dogs nnd Perry and Leslie Tho bill will probably week destroyed puss Senator Gilbert Chainnun of the fc0000 worth of poultry which was on ex Judieinry Committee to which committee a hibition in the burned building resolution had been referred inquiring a whether Rowan county could be ubolishcd man of NaRhvilli fell from n running train reported Fridny that such action could be at Crofton Ky on Thursday of last week had without violation of the Constitution nnd Mistaincd injuries which necessitated Senator Alford has introduced n bill rethe amputation of nu nrm quiring the counties to pay one half tho ex was pense of caring for their pauper idiots In snow the most severe ever experienced in the the House Representative Settle introduced Northwest At M Paul Minn railroad the same bill and one providing that each At other county shall furnish and pay for its record trafile was almost abandoned Senator Pieratt introduced a bill points stage conches disappeared in the books storm and some of them are still missing for the benefit of Frank Preston committee The wind blew at the rate of sixty miles an of Daniel Sparks a harmless and incurable Thu Committee lunatic Com on Claims hour on Courts of Justice in the Senate him beM a young of Christian county recently underwent a fore it an important mafter which originated ilanccrous operation in having her right in the House in a joint resolution introlimb amputated between the ankle and the duced by Mr Cook making inquiry as to knee It was a curious case Six months proper fees to be charged by court officials ago her foot began swelling and grew worse Mr Cook made the complaint that no two until the pain was such as threatened her officers in Kentucky taxed litigants the same in similar causes When thu resolution with lock jaw A Western paper would say Her leg came up in the Senate it was debated at was sawed oil between the garter and the considerable length and finally referred to the Committee on Courts of Justice with ground instructions to report a bill naming a sched on the Loui- Â¬ ule of prices to bo charged It will require sville Times and the Courier Journal both much time to prepare Mich a bill and tho operated by the same management went on work will effect every clerk sherifl etc iu a strike Friday on account of the introduc One of the committee is John the State tion of rat printers to operate the line McGinn who for a number of years has otypes machines introduced to lessen the been a Justice of the Peace and consequent price of composition ly is well informed about the fee system Tho printeis inaugurated a boycott and His experience will be of great value in the the city council withdrew its patronage from preparation of the bill The House hah both papers but they continue to be pub- passed a bill which gives to thu deacons of lished Not looking so well however as the Methodist church in one of the mounformerly tain counties the right to meet the second Georgetown Times re- Â¬ Monday in January each year and elect an cently made a good point when it said that many ushers as may be deemed necessary Whenever Gov Buckner refuses to pardon Upon these ushers shall be conferred full the pistol packer bis crown of glory is com- police authority and it bhall be their duty to preserve order during the services and We leol sure that the plete of the imprisonment clause of the make arrests when the peace is disturbed concealed deadly weapon law has caused The bill was sent to the Senate and referred the shedding of a good deal of blood in our to the Committee on Roligion and Morals State The fine is quite a small thing with Mr Webb Wright who was very approprithe pistol packer but if he should be sent ately placed upon this committee was given to jail it would take the stiffening out of the bill to read An adverse report will be made supplemental hy u statement that him Danville Advocate the present law against disturbing worship owned is not adequate to the offense and that the A two old by Samuel Jones was lost one month ago fines now provided for such cases should at It was found a few days since in a straw least bo doubled In the House Mr Milstack on his fartusix miles from Montpieler ler introduced it resolution favoring the hid It had lain there twenty three days passage of a bill by Congress prohibiting without water or food except such as the the granting of license to sell liquor by the Tho animal was straw prison afforded United States Government emaciated when found but is recovering The record book bill and the half pay from its enforced fast rapidly idiot bill arc both against the interest of this What boarding houo beef she would section and our members should give them have made and how grateful would have a black eye been -- the hotel keepers for a cut from her from La la Mr Jones you made a miscarcass the seat of the llatficld McCoy war in to the take in not putting her on the market McCoy captuied semi centennial ccle- - elTcet that thefive otherspowc their raid Will on the Hstfield and braion of the founding of the present com other night and landed them safe in tho uvou school system in Kentucky on the 10th like county Jml One moro man wait killof February nt Frankfort Gov Buckner ed who has not been reported Jeff Nickels will deliver the address of welcome nnd The excitement in that hection of country Hon W F Bullock author of tho school Every is intense und beggars description law will reypond The surviving body is up in arms and the bcenos surpass are also expected to be present thosu of tho late war There is but little Congrossumn W C l Breckinridge Judge sleeping done in likevillu now as all is Win Lindsey Senator Berty and others exspuetancy and tho citizens would not bo will deliver addresses upon education surprised at any hour to see the ILitflelds V Every man in Eastern Kentucky inter swoop down on theincxirioatj their mombern ested in education who can do so should and bum their town to say nothing of the attend the abovo meeting and wo hope our people buy would kill Tho Hatfields arc county will send a good delegation Winchester known to be well organized in rifles arc in great demand and command Rome owing to tho receipt of otliciul news good prices Cap Hatfield was dangerously from MusNowah to the cficut that King Men wounded iu the last encounter but managed elik of Shoa and Mahometan Gallas have to make his escape The Hatfield parly haa settled their little difllculticiand announced been badly worsted in the last two engage thuir intention of joining forces with King ments tho McCoy party and authorities John against the invading Italians Gnllas escaping unhurt is particularly feared owing to his mounted A special to the New force which is wiid to be forty thousand Timos Demoerat from Matamoras Mexico strong Interviewed by nn Italian corres- says Advices from Liern Tamaulipan pondent at Cairo Sir Gerald Portal who state hat Lio Pedro Qulntanilla tho first had just returned from the oamp of Negus Judge of that section loltfor Victoria Mex after the failure of his mission of peace ico escorted by twenty men and that at 3 said thai the King without counting his uew p in on tho oamn day Ronor Rafael Rendon ulllfls can put Into the field fifty thousand who was a candidate for Mayor of Licra men armed with modern repoating rillesand was murdered at his ranohe the Mulas by no many more irregulars somo of tho niombors of tho escort Ho Â¬ houses of tho was surprised in his own house and shot to week adopted tho fol- death Two of hlsservants woro also killed sippi Legislature Resolved That we view with pro- and two others nro missing lowing gratification anil prldo tho act of tho found man has President of the United States iu nominat Â¬ been dUoovcrod His name is Michaol Kroo ing our dhUinguishod fellow citizen Hon gor aged 111 years and he lives in MilwauL Q C Lamar to a senton the bench of the kee Wisconsin whore his birthday was celSupreme Court of tho United SUites that ebrated on Sunday by children grand chilIn Mr Lamar we recognize a liiau of broad dren and great grandchildren und nouiprohoimivo vicwaaprofound scholar Milwaukco bcor muH bo u healthy bevn grand iawyor and btatesmwn and u man erage Prohibition atatiatics to tho contrary wlioao excited patriotism commands tho notwithstanding admiration of tho American people is now raisi- Â¬ colored A joint invitation from both Houses was ng Cain with tho colored population of famiextended to Hon Jefferson Davis und result is that very ly to visit Juukson during the Benalon of tho Augusta Ky and the few of them will venturu out after nightLegislature and asking him to address both fall bodies NO 46 J Js I- - Oow you may get Tub Hkuald with out money Bring us And Rial Etatu Agent Twenty pounds of pork or HAZEL GREEN KY Ten pounds of poik sausage or Will practice in all the Courtn of Wolfe Two bushels of pound Irish potatoes or Powell Menifee and Breathitt counties Titles examined abstracts furnished tax Five bushels of sound turnips or re paid for non rCGidontr real estate bought Ten good chickens or una sold Collections a epccialty Ten pounds of good lard or Ouo bushel of good onions Any person bringing us any of the above HAZEL GREEN KY in the quantity named will receive the paper until January i0 18S9 for half the qtianli Examiner ty we will Fend it half the time for Wolfo Kcspectfnully lolioitis the patronage of the public und will attend promptly to nil bus weesc o ve iness entrusted to bid care Attornky-at-La- w TSAAO W MA PEL Gov Gray of Indiana has In the Kentucky Legislature There was destroyed by fire Suites last year property to the value of 1300000C0 In tho United A at last Gon Castloman having de clined tho position of Chief of Police of the city of Louisville Thos J Wood has boca appointed but has not yet accepted a protest d the British Government American against fisher the Hcizurc of tho nets of men by Canadian officials on the great JounTlevans Walter Chambers brake Secretary Baya rd telegraphe- Â¬ Â¬ of Depositions county Â¬ Â¬ hkes Â¬ Â¬ w all T SWANGO HAZEL QUEEN KY Wo clip the following batch of news items from the new Bell county pa per the Binevillc Messenger County Clerk Slashers recent sale to Col lhipps of Mt Sterling was one of the most important that has been made since real estate inter esta became active in Bell county The transaction embraced fifty acres of Cumber land river bottom land at JlfiO an ncrc and G10 acres of mountain land at C30 an acre lie ill m sold Laughliu it Young twenty five acres of bottom land at i ISO an aero Those gentlemen arc evidently good judges of the value of property in this section of the The world and arc willing to pay for it recent purchase of 1200 acres of laud by the English syndicate from John Mealcr near Cumberland Cap for 3ti500 was an interesting transaction in buried wealth This tract sold several years ago for lri00 and two years ago it was valued at 5000 as an agricultural tract and for the timber it contained It was considered ouc of the most valuable farms in Bell county but its mineral worth cut no figure in its valuation The Pincville high school has an attend Twu new bankr ance of eighty scholars with a capital tock of 50000 each will be gin business at Iinoville this month Several Mt Sterling men are interested in one The county court has appropriof them ated Lr000 to build a court house and jail for Bell county and bids advertised for The Pine Mountain Iron and Coal Co arc building an elegant three story hotel which The will be ready for guests March 1st N railrcnd is Valley Branch of the L completed to Barbourville and cars making regular trips to that place Track has been laid to within ten miles of Pineville and trains will be running there iu a few weeks A telephone line has been established between Barbourville and Piueville j A few years ago the section referred to in the above notes was known only as a portion oi Snutcastcrn Kentucky Now as the above indicates it is a place of nun h importance So much for railroads Our people can now form some idea of the prosperity that would come to us with the building of railroad to JLiwel Green anil they should be prepared to act on any proposiÂ¬ Â¬ thewo 0i00 rIdT The storm Friday The U S Senato confirmed the nomination of Lamar as Associate Justice of tho Supremo Court Dickinson n Postmaster Goneral and Vilas as Secretary of the Interior Dapuiy County Court Clerk of Wolfe Will attend to all business entrusted to hirn with promptneoa and dispatch attic Layne lady Â¬ Tonn Mon- day the ground was covered with ice to the depth of eight inches Much sufloring was exhibited among the poor coal having ad vanced from sixty to seventy five ccnlf a Â¬ At Memphis barrel n Â¬ pTAKEIl BAOKJ w 1 Attornoys-at-LajA JCa Back Breathitt County C LYKLNS JACKSON KENTUCKY double pig is the property of Thomas Ward a farmer living ueur Pern Ind It has two heads four eyes four oars two noses eight legs two tails but only one body making it in fact a very complete double pig A curiosity in the shapo of YO County Attornoy Roal Estnto Agent and Notary Public Practices in all Courtv in Wolfe and Adjoining Counties and CffXirt of Appeals Collections a Specialty Campton Woifi County Ky All the printers Â¬ Â¬ ant Govcmor Hull were inaugurated at Dcs Moines Iowa Jan 12 Gov Larrabee in his inaugural address strongly coinbattcd tho doctriie of free trade and urged the necessity of protection to American labor nnd manufactures Gov Larrabee andLieuton- - TTJIl J A TAULBEE Â¬ Physician and Surgeon Hazel Green Wolfe County Â¬ KENTUCKY Of Elliott G Henry Enoefel St WITH K10 W s Â¬ died at the London Eng Hospital Saturday A post mortem examination revealed the fact that the mnn had been liviug for some time with three inches of a pen holder in his brain A pen was also attached to the holder Moses Raphael A commercial man named Â¬ Â¬ EO E WII1TT The County Â¬ Â¬ Co Solicits the patronage of Eastern Kentucky tor Blank Books Blanks c Market Louisviuu Ky of Mexico say that President Diaz and his Cabinet have announced that they will do nil in their power to eneouiago and promote the immigration of Americans into Lower California particularly into the hinds of the International Company whoso are nt Ensanada head-qunr-tor- Bate advices from the City s TJiEUAIT HOUSls JL A T Â¬ Piehati Proprietor COUNTY EHL MOBUAH IvY if The house is new und newly furnished throughout Fare iirst eliss and charges reasonable Sample roon furnished commercial men Good stable in connection ami special euro Liken of horses 5At my so o will be found a Kcnciit stock of merchandise at iowkst PilCi5 Stop at my hotel nnd buy goods at my Uorc p Srlf you wish to save money S Â¬ year heifer Â¬ Forty wnancvcr mustered out of tho army and a committee consisting of members of the regiment lias been appointed for tho purpose of ascertaining what action will be nec Â¬ essary to secure their back pay The aur Â¬ now transpires that tho Itfirst Kentucky Volunteer Infantry viving members held a meeting ton last week at Coving- Â¬ IpSOMBS HOUSE CAMTTON fl S pcrdied in Salt Lake Utah Jan 11aged eighty three He was the oldest Bishop in the Mormon Church and for over forty years held the position now made vacant lie hud two wive and at the time of his death his living posterity numbered twelve children thirty Mx grandcliildron and fifty two great grandchildren Consul- GcorgoYValkor Gcneral if the United State in Paris died of pneumonia nt bin residence in Washing C Jan 15 in the slyty fourth year ton of his Rgo In 1S80 he was appointed by President Hays Consul Oeueral in Pnrin and served in that Capital until last June when he tunderud his roilgwitlon nnd re turned to tho United States bishop Wm Tt llickenloo- - Â¬ Â¬ KY J COMBS Puoprietor Â¬ The patronage of the traveling public is E Jackson was lion rpcctfully solicited Table the best and inaugurated Elihu of Maryland on Wed Governor every attention for the comfort of gucsta nesday of last week in the presence of both TUG G LB Houses of the General Assembly and a large Y1T1I number of ladies who filled the gallery of tho Co Senate Chamber In his inaugural GoverG nor Jackson congratulated his hearers upon J0BUER9 or the sound financial condition of the State and promised to aid in afaithiuland intelli STREET gent execution of the election lawa 95 and 97 WEST PEARL tion Â¬ The latest intelligence Â¬ JR F - At the late Â¬ Ringgold Â¬ Â¬ 1 Boots and Shoes CINCINNATI X- Â¬ Â¬ OniO M iss Campbell the lady who fc il- - sued Arbuekle for 1100000 damages was awarded 15000 Failing to get the man she got somo of as a balm to heal her his coficc money Ul VI frt wicx rla mm will keen on broken heart and now every woiian in the i nave Vi located Tfl hand anica line land who drinks Arbuckle oofico will wish at Ezel Mor- of Clocks Jow- - Chna Miecess in securing a handsome hus gan county I asSi lry and Watches Also a line of fine Spec the wealth tacles and Ey glnsses Will nell goods at band to help her spend city prices and guarantee satisfaction Reand A t- Kx pairing a npecialtvand work warranted torney General Hardin are in Washington T P CARR Respectfully dLc looking utter the inteiests of Kentucky before the Supreme Court of tho United States in the suit for possession of Green River Island instituted by Indiana against Kentucky Indiana is represented by Sen ntor McDonald iS lives Â¬ Wawflr w Â¬ Greatexciternont prevails Â¬ Â¬ j ovornor Knott which sailed for Georges Banks Nov 2Jd with twelve mon and thu sehoonor Tutor D Smith which sailed Nov 13th with a cruw of twelve liayo been given up for lost It is supposed they were wrecked in the heavy gales that Hwopt tho Banks u month ago Many of the men had families and five widows and nineteen childron nro left iioiiB The schooner William Jar- - Â¬ Â¬ H J CLARKE Orleans Â¬ Mill iii n1 vo i - linl Silii cat i Tvr i Li luitin oiirtoi LOUISVILLE near Motion Intl celebrated the one hundredth anniversary of liu birth Jan 9 Ho is a grandson of John Hancock signer of tho Declaration of Independence und wai born in Delaware lie can read without spectacles has a good momoryand oxcelleut health Â¬ Micager Hancock who Â¬ Both aCly Abe Blocli Go Monn Youths Boys and Childrens Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in day unanimously nominated by the uiuioiit of the Democratic nicmboifl of tho Miaais slppi Legislature as his own successor in the United StntoH Sunato for tho full torm be- ginning March 1 1S30 Tho oloetlon tool placo Tuesday Chillieotho O last wbek in which 171 game cocks were engaged at 7f aside Tho main lasted fourteen hours nnd n great deal of money changed hands Kentucky as usual was well represented Gen E CWalthall was Fri Â¬ lt Missis Â¬ Â¬ Another oldest Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A chicken tight took place at Â¬ A ghost Â¬ 122 20iy Vino Street Cincinnati O Mt Sterling cut his throat with dull knife but not deep enough to kill Acquilla Thomas in jail at Â¬ day in the Worth west At Helcua 45 Omaha SO0 Nebraska City U5q Albeit Lea Bird Island 38 Fori 08 109 Brainerd bntilt 17 Dulnth 34 Clear Water tSd Hundreds of persons were frozon to death Tho Pioneer St Panl Press published one list contulnlning tho names of Bixty three victims and was receiving additional names A revised list published by ovory hour tho Minneapolis Journal shows ninety seven dead in Dakota thirteen in Mlnncflgta six in Iowa seventeen in Nebraska and two in Montana total 135 bcMdes fifty five mhu lng The now bill to create a Terr- Â¬ itory of Oklahoma comes in with gilt edge lordcr3 and rosoatc explanations but It in after all tho same old thing that we hav known for bo many sessions of Congress U la a scheme to steal from tho Indiana the garden hinds of tho West which the tlnltfld States cave to them in perpetuity wo uo not say that tho theft will or ought to b permitted Wo have long been oi mo im nression that tho Indian muht yield to the cruel but Innvitablo law of the nurylval of ho fittest But nevertheless we ought not to bo hypocrites about it Let u frankly confess that tho measure In a Btcnl CIbcIbnatl Knqulror - Sunday was a sevorely cold i 4 WT HEWWWHWWwMi ii i l1frMfci t tttoi Vii ivtt fcU Hazel y Gbjben Herald IubmAer KENTUCKY BPKNCEIl OOOPKn ilAZEL GREEN IS LIFE WORTH LIVING h In llfo worth living So tho question Rors Sounding along tlio woury nirosl Llfo A hopclcsu tragedy of cures ivnil woes Of useless lutony unending strife I Tin a He a client 2 llfo worth IIvImr A furcc whoso tours unit inlrtlt tillko nro folKiicd tA already unt wrapped up liko n nausngo After Phmbo had drawn up hor ncarlet wrap and fastened it moro snugly around hor for the rldo Jurloy saw hor take a shabby portomonnalo from hor pocket and pass a crisp green noto swiftly to Mo Ardlos waiting hand Ho McArdlo borrows monoy of her tho young man thought with ftcorti a ho can- Â¬ tered homo after they had separated Makes a sort of tributary chapel of hor llttlo school house to swell the churchs do natloiiB 1 Htipposo hu intends to marry her and npongo otf her tho rent of his llfo O thut I had my will of him 1 loavo no nothing to do but spend money How nlco it must bo for you t You can llvo junt nn Hohomian a llfo as you wunt to I dont think 1 liko ulJohomlan life raid Plioubo Oh I dol poot Ivo alwayn wanted to bo a boot black or an actress or a wendoring rncOConrse whom tho rnco Ami blltoror than loath the In to the fleet vlctry gained Is llfo worth living Empty sordid moan Tlunifh wo havo cloiircd all fnllaeloH away And faith religion virtue no mora Hereon With imlntod vail truth from tho light or day Is llfo worth living Ik tlur Lo tho very air with learn tho ground bonouth Is roil With brothers bluuil In hatred or despair Uy his own hand or by his neighbors shod Is I God lndeod It 1h a ptocloiH gift of Himself liutli living Yus worlh living Far hoyond if coward hearts who cart at llfotho creed know Of Worth found It so CHAITKU IF Psycho 1awcett rodo over to return Mrs Holmes call and shu handed in a card for Miss PlKL bo White ulso Miss Kawcott would not bo taken Into the room of state but snuggled to the iiltting room fire of logs which was alwayn kept burning thero until thu heatod season put it out This is a sight that warms nnos soul Madam Drusle said she And 1113 soul has been in a shiver ever since we camo home Thero ia uot much of you except your No strain no uncertainty no half witted brother depending on your undisciplined brains Is your brother half wit ted f Howammus ing ho must be And it would bo perfectly delightful to 1110 if I did not know what was coming to morrow and the next day and the next When you have your beautiful homo Beautiful cagol who wants to bo tied by her foot to n porch I I should love ovory stlekand every blade of grass on my homestead exclaimed It tears 1110 up by tho routs to Phnbe change from one place to another 1 should think you would be ho happy to havo your homo and all sorts of ties provided for you 1 Seo thou shall know It If thou wilt forttnko Thy sollUh cube and to tho doMths go down And lovingly thy brother burden take Unheeding of lu gny worlds suoer or frown I Airrfl TtoeVfrn Wn C Orstnilo with cjnloHcorn Join In thu tlghll live rooly of tliy tlruo undatrongth und youth And what thou rtoost do It with thy niiuht Support tho woalt bind up tho broken heart Oho help and sympathy and thou shalt provo Pause not to muse upon tho wreck of truth That noblo faith can iuoneh each Of fiery doubt that hato Im fooblor far than dart l e worth living Therefore live It wnll 11 Hullevo In Ood and man Fo life Goil glvoti Shall uovor nouud ItH own nad fuuornl knoll llutollml tolminorlality and Heaven Shirley II yiinr m llalfoun Monthly fo Is A Brothers Keeper A 4f Y0HAir5 WORK OF LOVE AND DUTY BY MARY HAI1TWELL CATIEERWOOD SrriurN Aumou ot Uiiaimu o Doom Girriiim Jam Tun lost Mams and o imm StouiUss 1 IVopyrlghtcl JK7 y the A yer Gomiany hllojj Xacr pa- Â¬ III itilflf f vhickon outor molussoH is u waxin CIIAlTIK Twlioo oo limttitoil Ailiitu Wnkoup Tho storys told atnl the You help mo nling oil i t i iC it You munnt lot Biirli biok uohoy gruonomo yarns got into your head MIbh Bald Tom Holmes Jt isnt Iliiobo healthy Lifon not u tug its pretty much niukeu It Heros Iivitcrovor tho us o Hollow Ilo could ho living like n decent Christian hut shuts himnctf up like a wolf What if things huvont gone to suit him A A man expects iiuiii cant boss tho world to bo trod on onco in awhile but let him toko It with it good grtico and kick hack if hu can and if ho cant grin about it Pooplo who aro out of tho water ran give nuob lucid instructions how to cricupo those kittles Youve alretorted lurley ways had u goid tlmo yourself Thero wua some bustle hi taking olT tho kottlosand helping tho sugar Tho party When Gurloy shifted about talking brought Plmibo Whito hor saueor or sugar drowning Â¬ islio said to him I wonder what that hermit is doing across tho Hollow t May be bos sitting bo foro bis llro with his heart all bitter Tot haps ho is said lurley smiling indulgently Ivo been down in tho mouth myself when 1 was lonesome Tom Holmes looked at her with tho amused eoutonipt which experienced people always bestow on visionaries Jo over and invito laintor to joiu us Miss Phuebe lie suggested Id liko to go uud carry him some sugar just to lot him know there wore human be ings in tho world who could Uiko a thought Jor him Do it said Tom Im curious to know how boU receive you I will returned Ilucbo While nettled if Homo one pleases to show mo the path Redeem It by Alone you forfeited your hat going across Black Hollow with me I dont euro notblti about that old bat replied Mono slouching into tho lodge with u jarful of tho grained Biigar Whatll you bo up to uoxtf disapproved Â¬ this is a Hiriir iiiat wahm nvrs xori soul to shiver my dear laughed Mrs Holmes I thought 1 hud grown vastly corpulent Hut Jupid says I have wasted away Tor bis society Tho idea of calling Jack Surley Cupid It always annoyed him it made him so helpless with fury a big bluff fellow to bo called Pfiyelios Cupid onpecinly when ho was about sixteen and all knueicles and feet Is that your baby looking through tho doorf said Miss Fawcett twirling a willow twig which she had snapped off during her The great monsU r how bo has add ride ed to himself Comeliere Thomas Holmes junior and seo your aunt Toddles slyly shut tho door and patted away Tho vision wan too wonderful for him Miss Fawcett was exceedingly slight and tremblingly alive Sho had a low browed face clear as alabaster and the color of her eyes varied from yellow to vioThey let according to their expression followed every speaker with change and sparkle and her playful nostril and round ed cheek and chin hkiIco in unison with them Phiibu White thought the most beautiful woman in tho world as nhe hor elf passed inside the door to be introduced Miss Fawcett stirred in response to tho introduction and sent through tho room a current of rosy fragrance from tho bunch of yellow roses at her bolt Yes I emtio on Saturday so I should be sure of seeing you sho exclaimed Mr Jurloy has been tolling mo about you Mrs Holme lifted her eyebrows Im very glad ho ban said lhrobe so innocently pleased by thu sight of Miss Fawcett that the young lady laughed I believe wo arent going to bo a bit strange I always hato or adoro people on sight Madam Unuio hero was a big girl at school when I wan a lit tlo girl but I pinned to her and havo hung on over since 1 hardly let her bo courted in peuce To thin day I believe Tom Holmes considers me a long legged girl lo whom ho must per Â¬ force offer hia other arm if ho wants u 111I11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hr Â¬ You wouldnt like said Phoebe forcito be dogged by an evil fate to have your best wishes crossed to run like a fugitive through the world Yes I should said Miss Fawcett watch I should dote on it ing her with Interest Thero would bo somo variety in that I could come out a character instead of a tuft of swansdown as Cupid calls me And when you turned on this evil to light it suppose you had to light knowing it was part of you and you werepartof it and you never could get away from it Thats rather mixed But one thing I do reo clearly You and I are in tho wrong skins You ought to bo me and I ought to bo you You dote on tho respectable and aro just soaked with domestic fervor 1 would lovo to be in some mysterious mess and every day I want to pitch our unexceptionable furniture through thu conservatory sash and start out in tho world and seel my fortune Travel cooled my noblo rage but didnt give inn s oje I didnt say wus in any mysterious mess remarked Phoebe Look over yonder said Miss Fawcett loiuthig with her whip as they trotted in a level space below the hill Thats Mr ur leys property Cupid is a fair to middling young mar He is in fact not bad But do you suppose any girl wants to settle down there and wutcli cows and hear Jesse Stones wife count the eggs go to church on Sunday give regular parties to tho Ireensburg folks year ifer year tho same Or would you liko that sort of thing Oh no said Phube blushing that wouldnt do for me at all Psyche laughed When 1 get on with you a littlo more I think Ill call you Ruby You have the color of life sho observed in you and I feci what is almost the di amonds grit Do you like this long necked McArdlo Mrs classmate of Cupids Holmes cousin lam sorry for him said Phoebe His position isnt comfortable Poor dear observed Miss Fawcett And it comes to you to complain Sho shook the tassel of her whipovor the IHiuies and added Never knit your brows at mo but hearken Thursday evening of next week I am having the class at tho Place informally There are nine or a doen young men and some of them aro nice I believe and nemo are what the English call nawsty Wo ahull havo just as many girls and I want you to come and perhaps dancing Oh dont know them cried Plunbe You will know them plenteously by tho time tho evening is over And thin McArdlo who in common with myself liuds llfo a pair of Chinese shoes will lean upon you for the occasion and escort you forth and back according to the custom of the coun- Â¬ Â¬ bly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ j 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Thero was a double log house standing at the edge of a cleared space and on Mon day evening Phujbo knocked at thu door Sho was now remote from Srcensburg up the hills 111 tho Barker district Tho door was opened by a raw framed thick nosed woman with large whlto teeth which ho displayed in instant welÂ¬ Â¬ try I dont know said Phosbe But your kiufolkn could toll I dont know any of them responded Phube briefly and a great stamping out- Â¬ side tho door broke through this conversation The mnstcr entered with a second and smaller nolf at his heels excepting that he was gray and stout and his son was light locked and chubby Ho wore a blue army overcoat und the boy one of similar cut and color Well bore you aro Ogre said Mrs Â¬ Plurbe wistfully You pear very different to me re marked Mrs Barker candidly as she net down tho maple sirup in u glass dish and arranged in a goblet the silver spoons nhf had bought with her own first savings beI always fore she married Mr Barker tell girls said tic masters wife standing back and admiring them tho llrst thing they ought to do in to get u uot of spoons Take some of your earnings and buy om whether youre thinking of going to house keeping or not Then you havo em Thorney and I can hurdly afford silvr when we set up our lioune said Phoebe Merely to begin it will be a great undertaking But we have saved more than a hundred dollars between us Mrs Barker Well that docs Jlrnt rato Tor two orphans And hope youve put it out safe I loaned a little of mine said Iluube hesitating The rest I hoop by mo to be always roady Mercy you oughtnt to keep such a big You bear the spoons in sum 111 tho house mind urged the masters wife laughing You aint going to keep old maids hall with Thorucy for ever I hope I am It would bo almost too much to have a snug log pile liko this and ho sheltered up among trees and now tormented by anybody Ihorneyis a good boy and I have only him It would be nice said Pluibe locking her lingers h 1 could bo proud of him if ho were bright and handsome like such young men ay Mr lurley and could direct and advise me instead of my having to direct and advise hint But he cant help it you know and I must just cover up Ins weakness as well as I can and take him for his good qualities You dear child said the masters wife expluined lhobe Hes my brother And even if he appeared dissincerelv gusting to other people it would be baao lor mo to own to myself that 1 found him so Other people do not know tho best of him Does ho favor the fathers or mothers side inquired the masters wife Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ liko a dormer window from tho main ptl to bo entered by a pino archway hung with curttilus of chintz calico Tho bIioWob were very full Rudely carved pyramids of jiomegratiates supported tho masters row of Greek authors HIb study chair was a gnarly utump chopped into shape and cushioned A long clock in a cherry case filled ono corner beside tho ilre plaeo itn yellow dial marked in Arabic figures Ono iron hand pointed to live and with a deliberate rasping voice it told tho hour Phu bo stood on tho hearth to warm hor hands while Mrb Barker drew a table from the wall and setup its leaves on extra legs The hrond bourded floor allowed tho many grooves this table bad mado in its many journeys Tho masters wlfo spread a cloth of unbleached linen exactly balancing tho ample foldn at each table corner and put her blue edged dishes and horn handled knives and forks in array upon It Hor talk with her guest was as brisk and con stant as tho ilrni leather pat of hor foo- Â¬ tsteps 011 tho nuked Moor She brought jams and Unally scented cake from her Htore roorn The masters chair was dragged from bis library to preside at tho foot of tho table like a throne over two nplint bottomed seats and one wooden chair with gilding on the back Tho hostess sowing rocker stood near the lire for Phojbos uo I told Mr Baker if lie saw jour brother to ask him to supper along with you Thornoy would be too shy to come said Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Rkpokts irom Washington state thai several SenatotR nro fully primed for nn exliiitistivo discussion of the immi Â¬ gration problem this winter nrul tlwt At will ho one of tho foremost topics tt debate Nor only tiro American maainos more largely vend in England than tlm HritLsh periodical but American iua nino writers tire crowding thou of rent Britain for tho fat prices p iiil by British publishers for high class and poj utlar literary work nro now in use on American railroads 25 1 lo locomotives VJ2i2 TiiKitt 8 passenger cars 5Wi baggage cur l freight curs The total oot of this rolling stock is 700000000 If made up in one train would be oXQ miles in length or stretch twice juto the continent 1 Attin1 ion is called to the fact tltt the first century of our oxistcucu us i nation will not be completed until ftis Congress has completed its term and the Presidents message to the llist Congress of our second century will bo the one addressed to tho Fifty tir Congress which assembles the first Monday in December 1P80 j Thiktimn1S of strained relations between Iussin and Austria still claim public attention in Europe tho delimit attitude assumed by the latter Tower having added greatly to tho feeling of uneasiness The secret of tho out Â¬ spokenness at the Vienna court may partly be found in the improved rela tions of Austria and Hungary Thk country now produces only a small part of the sugar it consume one tenth is a liberal estimate lint the time will come perhaps before thu close of another decade when the sup Â¬ ply of home manufactured suirar will fully meet the home demand Tho new process of extracting tho available su1 stuneo from en no promises lo largely increase the yield A months ago the world was shocked by tho terrible loss of life at the burning of tiie Opera Comiquc in Paris The investigation showed that there was gross neglect to provide suit- Â¬ able means of coupe and tiiat hun Â¬ dreds of persons lost their lives with- Â¬ out reason The manager of that theater lias just been sentenced to 1 nv Â¬ Â¬ throe mouths imprisonment PursmrNT Kiiot of Harvard Uni- Â¬ versity says that during Ins recent ex Â¬ tended tour of Europe he was surprised and pleased at hiding tho English lan Â¬ guage widely spoken and understood not only in Kranee and Jermany but also in Austria Spain Italy and 1 recce It is considered pre eminently the language of commerce he discov Â¬ ered and it is fast gamins favor in other respects Oni of the tricks by which the own Â¬ ers of land in tho grazing suctions have managed to fence in largo tracts of Gov Â¬ ernment laud is by purchasing sec Â¬ tions all around a largo number of sec- Â¬ tions of tiie public bind and running fences around on their own lands Their cattle thus enclosed roam whore they please and there being no outlet no one wants to buy the laud 3 till be Â¬ longing to the Government I Barker The Ogres lato to night bo responded IIo had live stupid fools in a great bass to cat up And heros Miss Pluibe Ho advanced his tquuro paw and shook hor huud Are vou going lo cut mo for another fool Mr Barker 1 hopo not But woll see how you havo your Gorman Orcult Barker take of your hat sir when you eomo under a roof and sjxmk to Miss Phcnbe I wan waiting till you gave mo a chance sir responded Orcutt boldly with tho ap pearance of enjoying skirmishes with his Â¬ come Sho kissed Phoebe White and though siio was so uncomely her dress Â¬ llaudy Nobody will go with hor said McArdlo ouslly It is too absurd Not at all absurd said Gurloy ready Will you with auothor saucer of sugar tnko my arm MIsb Whltof I know every tttoppiug ntouo in tho Black Hollow Paintor will shoot you both said Tom You aro a pretty pair Holmes chuckling logo on nucli a fools errand Whon thoy returned Adam Milled as soon us bo saw thorn at tho edge of tho camp You hotter limp back boro fast you folks whats loft of you Camps breakin up and tho horspiUlo nmhlauco is You Torget bow early Cupid began his nuid Mrs Holmes Siege I dont cull it a siege when our pooplo mado the engagement and threw us at each other You should havo seen tho way that fellow used to glower when his mother made him druco with mo at childrens parties Miss Whito IIo trod on my feet too I never forgave him laughed Mrs Hut ho has improved Holmes You cant linprovo a Hurley The old Irish is too strong in them Can you both come and rido with mui 1 know this is a busy morning with you Druniu but 1 al Â¬ ways mado it a point to interfere with your uto with Drusle siogoof you N1 rv 1 f v 1 ifl 11 it K w A V ufTuira You didnt stay long remarked Ilobnes ntandiiig by bis democrat wagon which bud just arrived to tuko 11s party homo sus Â¬ AIoso stared at tho adventurers pending his business of washing out tho kottlcs What did Painter dol IIo took tho Btigar from Miss White und put Homo of it In his mouth replied jurloy And then ho throw tho rest of it at your lioml1 Biild Holines Hut whats ho got in his housol In quired ltandv Chomlcal Jlottled niiakos said Gurloy rutortH and n furnaco I had tho nioreat glimfmo boforo ho uhut tho door on us Hut wo havo u man of science over tho lllaek Hollow perhaps an in vontor one who has at any rato fooled everybody us to his character and pursuits Ho Ml aint fooled Moe nobody In his looks as re uho hud not Bpoken u wonl tilneo ro tumlug McArdlo approached uud Uilked to her und sho turued hor face toward him to HUm with apparent effort bo Whlto was shlvoriug clone by tho tfomt Gurtey wan waiting to hand hor into tho wgou whore Rnndy Thouipsou Mrs Holmes excused hersolf on many accounts so Pluubo Whlto only went with Miss Fawcett behind her ponies Where do you want to got inquired Miss Fawcett an her low phaeton entered That Is after wo have driven tho road through Ireensburg main nt roots They aro smooth oven at this time of tho year whon other roads aro full of ruts lovo to bo Anywhere said Pluubo out doors In this humid air without having to fool tho ground moist under my feet Spring weather makes one feel so now Sho thought suddenly of Thornoy choi ping wood across the Black Hollow and half regretted boing at ouso herself and hi the company of this untroubled girl Mlsa Fawcett observed her closely from tlmo to time as they ixikod along tho fence corners lvo Ikhmi abroad several years sho said and dropped all my old strings Tho girls tiro changed about In a school town so muuy of ones intimates are trunoleiits Wo used to havo tho house full Now it ia really lonesome for me I havunt settled myself Somotiuiua I think I novorcan set Â¬ tle myuelf You know my aunt lives with mo of course Hut wo dont got on Shes Shos ho set on having her own way mam iasuistor Sly father had no sister Only a brother who went oft and died or ho would havo had half tho property It was real convenient of him Heaidua ho wus po ugly jwor man with a deformed mouth co he couldnt npualc plain and I know It would havo torn mo all to pluoen I cant even remember hlui Mr Jurloy Bays you have no rotations 1 have a brother suld Pluubo An Id liko it elotof said Psycho older ulatur who would tuko all the euro uud 1 resumed his mastiff like demeanor and Orcutt gravely shook bauds with Phcebe uud hung up their wraps said tho master Well Miss Plurbe planting his feet on tho hearth and gathering his coat tails under his arms what la tho height of atreo on tho opposlto side of tho river which forma ono aide of a triTill DOOIt WAS OIKNU angle tho hypotenuuu being PloiBO no Mr Barker Try mo with looked full of snuggling places for childrens headn and hor largo shoulder like a tho German Yi huts tho hypotenuse pal inquired pillow for tho forlorn Orcutt Immediately bringing Blato and Now take off your things and bo com I wua afraid you pencil sho said fortnblo Thero in nothing in tho world said tho couldnt come this evening the weathers master no boaellcial and strengthening to 50 raw 1 said thc mind as that same scieaco of mathedont mind tho weather Phusbo when I am asked to suppor with matics you Hero you are shut in princess liko Whats the hypotenuse pal rejieatoil with a red hot forest stacked In your ilre Orouttluiportunutolytwltchiiig his fathers placo the woods outside breathing and tho tmiiHora Tho intintcr turned and drew a long kitchen kettle singing 1 wish Thornoy and uwltch off tho maiitol where from a limber I woro sot up ia a log houso life How is Thornoy hundred Mrs Barker and jucy shoot it had dried in disuse to Ho Is well IIo is so stout ami braw- Â¬ brittlouess and suggestively measured thw ny She looked at the hearth without distance between his outntretcacdhand and his sous fat luts 1 am glad ho has muscles brightening Thats tho hypotenuse threatened tho anyhow Mr Barkers lute to night said tho master Tho son set down giggling to solve His school in so full other imaginary problems sehoolniantorn wife Suppor was coming ujKm the tnblo Hob fitting fiomo of Iho young men for col Mr BarkorB basso seemed to reverberate logo and often helps tlieiu after hours Sho hung up hor guentH wraps on deor among thu dark joists fro III lUNTINUKU1 antlers Several doom of yarloun tioighta opened from this general room Hoyond A u tho food elements of skimmed milk otic tho kitchen showed itn burnished ntovo ltml till iiuuitli iifintliiti Ktnnmtif itnii- - aro digestible Itn ninety per cent of water v ward n step gave out ranco to a bedroom is no moivtlmn Is contained in several kiuda where Mrs Barkers beat llucry Iiuiii on of roots und it is moro valunblo for weight thologwfell protected by a muslin curtain than any sclea of turnip or root as It lain Two moro doom just liko it probably opened quite three times as much albuminoid food on similar ntuto roomn But the uuisturs an most of thoco and nearly three time aa library wua a buldor conception cast out much ua thu richest of all thu roots Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ p jJj- - prff hurry father Mind your tongue sir mind your tongue growled the master rolling bis sons head between his palmn Neither of them could resist a tousling romp which lasted until the elder Jolt sufficiently re luxod from his Amkkicans who aro fond of boasting that their country lias tho biggest of every tiling and excels all others in tho magnitude of its happenings will have to admit that in the matter of fteshcts China steps to the front A river over How which drowns multitudes of poo Â¬ plo and makes homeless hundreds of thousands is a calamity besido which the greatest of Mississippi and Ohio Hoods are but trilling aflairs days toil whon ho at onco Thk Chinese from time to time havo reclaimed immense tracts of land by ceaseless diking and have reduced the borders of their rivers within compara Â¬ tive strait limits by parallel embank Â¬ ments The current lias deposited its sediments year after year for ages upÂ¬ on the river buds uud the hanks have been built higher uud higher until in some instances the whole river is away up above tho level of the adjacent plains The recent Chinese disaster appears to have arisen from tho collapse of ono of these- basins A11 visitors to Puis in recont years havo seen and many others havo heard of the immense itablishmeut there cub Â¬ ed Hon Marclie by all odds the most ox tensive retail store in the world It is bewildering in its extent and the ittfu ito variety of its stock Jt Is run by nn administration amounting altnoaC to a congress J00 proprietor so to spouk rule ilo00 cierks and employes of all kinds Over these tiro general manager a vico munuuor and i jury of thirteen directors oloutud fr m among tho oldest members of the association 11 I VQ ri I Hazel Green Herald SPKKOBU COOPEH Publisher KENTUCKY HAZEL GREEN - A SEWENADfc Sho sleep my Uuly sleeps Let trf steal 60ftly through the duslty bowers Aud hlc tho fragranuo of the climbing Mow Â¬ ers In ut her casomont slowly gantly creeps Lot mo below her happy window stand And touch my luto with not too light a bund Ilccuusc you hoo sho sleeps 1 do not wlvh that she should sleep 1 mail that through the window sho bhoitld 1 ITCOp And from tho balcony lean down to mo Then strive my luto with cuifor haste to ape Which shall outstrip tho climbing lower- cup Hooking her window or thy dulcet strain Becking the same sweet goal uml gently fain To wakohcr up And yot and yet romctnhor this my lute Though I would have you wake my lndy fair And bring her to tho balcony up there To shine for mo the ovonings brightest star llemcmbur this I havo no wish to walo My J prithee dearest luto inako no mistake Walco Isr but lot not thy soft striving break Ills slumber I would haro no luckless boot Thrown from another window rudely mar Thy mujilc It is much to ask I know Yet strive dear lute I do entreat thoo so To be for htm u lullaby for her Jlwille and for mo it messenger Hut soft what light tmough yonder window bienks r I havo won TIs not tho east tis Juliet Hut doarcht lute thy task is not yet dons Still must thy sweet persuasion for our suites Its gentle effort kindly make to keep Her pa asleep I I ladys pit I dollars in printers bills I still con- Â¬ tinued to worship tho woman afar off albeit she was Mrs Charlos Pate Sho didnt know Augustus Jewott editor of the Evcninq Star then I used to meet her frequently on tho street but if alio over bestowed moro than a pass Â¬ ing glance upon mo I never discovered tho fact Pate wns killed one night shot in a gambling houso row He was a clever fellow well known throughout that country and being a man of sportlsh tendencies not at all unpopular Eph I said to my city editor and reporters stall tho night bofnre tho funeral was to occur give Pata - good send off to morrow Lay it on thick Half column asked Eph lazily Half a column nothing retorted I give him a column and a quarter Write up tho best eulogy you can Itll boom our subscription list Besides maybe tho deceased deserves it Any way do tho funeral up in good shape All right said Eph Ill do that same Ill make the people in these parts think they have had an angel in their midst all these years and werent aware of the fact until Ephriam Jones published it in the Silver Horn Evening when the paper went to press Eph had written up the funeral doing it in first class style too in spite of the fact that he was heavily loaded with liquor At when he attended the obsequies I was sitting in my oK that afternoon sanctum grinding out editorial copy for the morrow when 1 heard a knock at the door Come in I called A figure The hinges creaked over tho threshhold I gasped stepped for breath It was Mrs Pate I was at last face to face with my goddess What docs it mean I thought to my- Â¬ Very soon afterward I found self out Arc you the editor asked Mrs Pate in a chilly tone an expression of grim determination on hor marble features which never looked more beautiful to ine than they did just at that moment 1 am madam I replied trying I made a lamentablo to appear calm failure of it Then sir said my visitor slowly may 1 ask you what you mean by in- Â¬ sulting the memory of my dead hus Â¬ band What I gasped faintly a sicken- Â¬ Mrs Pate ing fear stealing over me what do you mean Ah 1 see yoti know my name sho replied icily a steely glitter in her May I repeat the ques- Â¬ black eyes do you mean by trying to tion What blacken the character of a man who in his grave Really I do not understand you I was not awaro madam 1 said that my paper had in any way tried to injure your dead husbands reputa- Â¬ tion Iliad not yet seen a copy of that evenings Slar See here sir she rejoined per- Â¬ haps you will understand me now and she spread tho paper before me Head that she said pointing to the first column on tho first page The article itself was all right being a full account of the life death and funeral Hut its heading of the late Mr Pate Great heavens Its heading I fancy I can see the black characters dancing before me now LATE NEWS ITEMS Tho Sonato Committee on Education and Labor has unanimously agreed to report favorably Mr Blairs Educational bill Advices from Prcsas Aldama la tho Bouthcrn part of Tnmaulapas stato that oxtenslvo deposits of gold and clunlbar or qulcksllvcr bcarlng ore havo boon discovered near there It Is reported that McNeill who ab sconded with H000 caah and securities of the Saco and Hlddorord bank Baco Me 1b In Prlnco Edward Island sick and penitent and has offered to return tho bonds if protected from prosccutlou Thcro is considorablo excitement at Otta wa Out over tho roport that two clerks lu tho department of fisheries havo been furnishing confidential Information to tho United States contingent or tho fishery Au Investigation has boon commission ordered Late dispatches from the Congo lrco Rtato mako no mention of Henry M Stan ley nor do they report any now from Stan loy Fulls An uneasiness Is felt that will dovolop Into sorious anxloty if Docember shall pass without nows of Stanleys expeÂ¬ Â¬ TEMPERANCE READING THE CAPTAINS PLEDGE How tho Foot Hrout Kept n lrontlan Novor to Drink A lutliutlo Mountain Scrim Hill Itcedn Novo HlRitnturc Â¬ Â¬ In the campaign against Sitting Dull in 1870 I was appointed Chief of Scouts to succeed Mr Cody Buffalo Bill ho having resigned Returning one evening after a two days scout my horse became lame 1 determined to turn him loose and push ahead on foot I had halted to removo tho saddle and bridle when the sound of song and laughter reached me from further down the canyon it Â¬ Â¬ dition The Stnto Insurance Commissioner fl Connecticut having socured accent to tho books of tho Continental Ltfo Iusurunco Company llnd that thoy show on Decem Â¬ Star It was just 410 the next afternoon llmpri Weekly A GllEAT BLUNDER It Was Droadful But Thou It Won a Brido Dritnkrii Iphs JUo feciiMttion Miitiike and tho Profound It Crontril An Kdltora KndiwiifurrU Tho Mttppy ritiitle said the Western Gentlemen mum bar ot the group of newspaper L men its the hotel rotunda cant brag of any such sensational scoops as you have been telling of for the last hour or so My newspaper career has been rather of tho humdrum order 1 never camped on the trail of a county I never reported a secret boodlcr political meeting by crawling into the drum of a big stove and taking notes I havo never on what I overheard even solved the 3rcrot of a mysterious double murder Hard work one dav drudging tho second unremitting toil tho third thats about the story of my life since I was the galley boy on an Omaha papor twenty five years ago But thcro was one romantic inci- Â¬ dent in my career just one It oc Â¬ curred when I won my wife through lie ghastly blunder of Drunken Eph1 1 was running a little evening paper in a Colorado mining town then That Drunken Eph was twelve years ago 1 was my right bower I was editor-in-chiof the paper managing editor news editor tolograph editor sporting editor business manager cashier and 1 also occupied the re Â¬ book keeper sponsible position of the allidavit editor and earriod four routes on the paper after my other duties of the day were over Eph was city editor and Besides that he the stall of reporters of the mechanical acted as foreman department and when he wasnt en Â¬ gaged in tilling his note book with ef local items or his stomach with vlitaky he would put in his time ft wearing at the slow compositor or throwing em quads at the devil Eph was a genius anil no mistake and if it hadnt been for his habit of looking on the wine when it was red or any other uolor he might have lived to manage one of your Chicago papers to- Â¬ day But to toll you my stoiy One day I found myself hoad over heels in love It all happened ao quickly that it al Â¬ most takes my breath away to think of it oven now She was a beauty a dark haired dnrk 03ed Grook foaturod maiden from somewhere in the South 1 understand Her father ruined by the war had moved out to Colorado to retrieve his fortunes at mining Like many another adventurer the poor man failed completely Within two years after ho entered Colorado he was in his grave his daughter being left an orphan Sho took tho matter ter- Â¬ ribly to heart but she was a plucky high spirited girl and soon settled resolutory down to make her own liv-Â¬ ing which she did by keeping a small notion store Well I worshiped her at a distance and it was a long time before I made up my mind to boldly seek her acquaintance woo her and Jay my somewhat prospectus fortune other foot 1 delayed too long Be fore I could begin my wooing before J could evon becomo acquainted with the lady Charley Pate a mino ownor stopped in and and a was a hard blow for marriod hor It mo For about a week I sot aside a small portion of oaeh day to cursing myself and my cowardice However finding that blasphemy did no good I tried to forgot my sorrows by burying myself in such problems as how to make twenty dollars lu eaali pay forty Â¬ mau-about-to- It was as follows CONK A SCOUNDHKJ SirvRit Hoiin iusSrKNTnR Last op Who Was a Low Lavim Villain A Miserable a Man Cur Wno Ought to Have Ileen Shot His Career of Infamy saw it all Drunken Eph in making up the form that afternoon had while in a state of partial or total intoxication placed over the obituary article the display heading which was written for an article relating to the flight of a notorious horse thief and cut- Â¬ I throat 1 said to the woman as had regained my power of speech this is all a terrible mistake Allow mo to ox There can be no explanation1 she interrupted in a harsh dry voice I can read and I only know that you havo most foully insulted the momory You havo called of my dead husband him a scoundrel a villain a low lived And do you dare to say that you our didnt mean to blacken his name With a motion as quick as that of a tigress the widow drew a revolver from her dress I jumped for her wrist and grasping it held the weapon aloft Mrs Pate I asked imploringly will you listen to me forjust one inin uto beforo you attempt any thing des- Â¬ Madame I soon as 1 perate1 Sho promised that she would 1 used that minute to good advantage for when tho sixtieth second was up I had succeeded in convincing hor that it was all a dreadful blunder on tho part of my drunken foreman The rout of my story Is soon told Mrs Pate bocumo first my friend aft orwards my admirer and finally Mrs Pate that was Mrs Augustas Jewell Chicago Tribune that is Prune the gninovinos and lay them dowu U7X0 additional impairment or almost lifty per cent slnco Junuury altogether Tho Superior Court ol Kcnnobcc County Me has declared tho law making tho pay ment of the United States special tux as a liquor seller prima jnclr evidence that tho party paying such tax Is a saloonkeeper and thercfe c a publie nulsuncc to bo unconstitutional An American giving tho namo of Pom mery was arrested in Copcuhagon a few duy ago Mr Anderson tho American Minister there thinks tho mauls John Benson wanted lu San Francisco for land frauds An American detective bus been cabled for to identify him The trial of those who woro hold rcspon sible lor the burning of thoOporaComlquo Paris which occurred last May bus been M Carvacho the manager of concluded tho theater was seutonced to three months imprisonment and lined tiOO francs Fire man Andro was sentenced to one months imprisonment Tho rest were acquitted Dm Sohrador Krauss and Ilovell havo Issued a bulletin concerning tho Crown For tho last Princes throat which says few weeks the Inflammatory symptoms of the larvnx havo entirely disappeared tho Burfaeo or tho tumor itsolf uppoars to be partly crystalled and partly covered with The Hat growths lending to Increase patients general condition remains undisturbed Joseph C Knight whohas been employed as bookkeeper in tho Manufacturers National bank in Philadelphia for the just thirtv six years was committed to jail by United States Commissioner Edmunds a few days ago ia default of 135000 ball on the charge of embezzling 0i000 of tho banks funds The man mode a full confession and said his peculations had covered a period of twenty four years but for tho past eight years but little had been taken The Kronen Ministry In tho declaration of their policy promise to restore financial equilibrium by a retrenchment of expenditures and pledge thomsolves to Inaugurate measures which will deal with tho placing or tho responsibility In regard to accidents tho regulation of hours for working women and children a superan uation fund for minors to reform tho bankruptcy laws and various other reTho forms and measures are mentioned government demand tho united Republican vote upon the scheme of tho Ministry for military legislation Mr John Dillon referring to tho rumors concerning tho interrerouco of tho Popo in affaire in Ireland said that ho dcoply re vcred the Holy Fahcrln all mutters per taining to faith but ho would as soon think of submitting to tho Sultan of Turkey us to htm in political affairs Tho executive committoo of tho National Trotting Horse Breeders Association havo decided that tho trotting meeting of 1X will not bo hold oast or Buffalo provided that a majority or payments noxt boforo the final paymonts bo mado by members residing west of Buffalo An old unsatisfied mortgage dated 1810 has been found which affects tho titlo to about one sixth of the real estate of Khumo kln Pa tho amount of tho mortgage was riginally f 12000 Tho shcrlfT has officially love notified the land owners that he will tell When I grew fo bo quite a chunk tho proporty December 150 of a boy I had noticed a gradual but Tho eightieth anniversary of tho birth of Whittlrr was celebrated by tho peoplo of marked change in my fathers appear Â¬ Amcsbury Mass on the 10th Thore was ance and actions His clothes grow a union meeting or all tho schools wlih np seed his face became flushed and he proprlato literary oxerclseB and the fel- would act strangely whon he came into low townsmen the of venerable poet testi Mother would kindly but fied their affliction aad ostebm tn various the house ways sorrowfully get him to bod and I ofton A Vienna dispatches states that a strong noticed teaiM in hor eyos when oho feeling exists thoro in favor of sending to eamo from the bedroom In response St Petersburg immediately AiiBtrias ultl Ut boyish inquiries us to what my trintum followed In caio or an unsatisfactory reply by rapid march of Gorman and grieved her she would only say that Austrian forces on tho Russian frontier father wns not woll and the subject It is fourod that war Js Imminent and can would drop He scorned to neglect his in no wiso be postponed longer than tho home and nevermore took ploasmo in snrliur Tho feeling in Vienna tho dis- entertaining us as ho onco did In Â¬ patch says is intense stead of taking delight in being with Lord Rosobory speaking at Huddors advocacy of Homo Rule tho us in the evening ho would remain field In tho othor day pointed out that If the governaway until a late hour and if I hap Â¬ ment of tho United States had Biiupondcd pened to bo awake whon ho returned I tho constitution of anyone of tho Btutcs ho staggered so that sho novor would havo boon able to bring noticed Hint mother was always obliged to help him tho civil wnr to a successful issue because I did not know it then but tho other States would not have joined in to bed coercing ono of tholr sister States This whon I grow older I realized that tho representation Lord Itosobery said wns domon rum had fas toned its relentless analagous to the present condition of Homn claws on that onco noblo man aud was Rule sent a dispatch from dragging him down down down Dr Mackonzlo has SanRouioin which ho states that tho np day by day Into tho depth of hell upon paarauce of tho Crown Prlncoa throat in earth His childron grew ragged and hotter thau when ha oxamiuod it at tho be- were by him entirely neglected Ho ho It is truo ginning of November ncvermoro deigned to fondle and says that a small gpowth has formod higher up In tho throat but it has not tho caress us or Hpoak kindly to us and while tho children of our neighbors malignant appearance that tho forinor had Tho growth which appeared while tho were attending school and securing nn tho Prince was at Ilaueno has diminished education wo woro growing up as ig In size and tho swolllugof the glands has norant of A U C us nit Indian is of disappeared Wo felt thnt our A lighted bomb was thrown Into tho Christian rectitude to us and our young Horaco R Canflold of Stanitead houso of fathor was lost Quebec a bailiff who has boon active in hearts ached with grief serving writs undor the temperance act When tho wnr broko out in Gl my Mr Canfleld fortunately awoke in tlmo to to go to tho detach the fuso and nave himself aud faml fathor was ono 0 tliu first and two year later much front ly from destruction ber 1 18S7 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Tis tho command I mused and Rrace up Chief not far distant noblo old fellow and wo will soon bo where you can secure food and rest I soon came in sight of large camp fire in tho ruddy light of which were grouped a number of scouts aud pack Â¬ ersrough grizzly old frontiersmen whose lives had been spent on the borders of civilization As I drew near the spot they were singing a border song the notes of which echoed and re echoed through the great rock- ribbed gulch in weird and almost un earthly revorbations The boys welcomed mo warmly and I soon learned that the command was a couple of miles below at the mouth of the canyon that these boys had socured a jug of whisky in some way and had mado their present camp nway from tho troops to have a gooil time unmolested The jug was fre- Â¬ quently passed around and fun and laughter reigned supreme Now Captain Jack said they as I approached you must 1111 up with Wo cum us on this tarantulur juice up yar fur a jnmboreb an were haviu it in wild West style Flood yer innards Capn an tako a hand in the festivities No thank you boys 1 said I This rcspone was greet Â¬ never drink ed with loud laughter as if it were the Lest joko of the season The man who held the jug approached and said Thats all right Capn but 011 special fusions such as this every body must drink Let us have a good time while we kin for on sieh au expedi Â¬ tion as this we dont know when well run into Injuns an leave our unoccu- Â¬ pied bodies a Iayiu sorto unconcerned like among the sage brush in a state o bald headed inactivity so lots make all wo kin o life while it stays with us Fasten yer claws on the jug ol boy an down with tho rejuveuatin fluid1 I look the proffered jug aud sot it down on a pine stump near my side and then said Roys I always like to d my sharo toward helping out in camp festivities but I prefer to do it in my Before I drink with you I own way want to loll you a little story I well remember when I was a little barefooted mischievous young Â¬ ster at my home in Mincrville in the coal region of Pennsylvania My home was a happy one My father was kind and indulgent and esteemed by all who know him and was never so happy as whon sitting at home 111 the evening with his little ones grouped about him listening to his entertaining stories We loved him dearly and thought there never was such another fathor in My mother all the groat wide world swtot gentle creature for was a whom our adoration almost verged into worship She was bound up in her children and the in her bound with tho purest and brightest links ever forged for the golden chain of is 11 against tho wishos of my darling niothor I too succeeded in enlisting although not of tho required ago 1 nood not detail to you my oxpotienca during tho war I was twice wounded and when ponco was doclarod was onco moro pressed to tho bosom of thnt mother whoso prnyors I havo oftou thought were the cause of tho groat Commander above sparing my foung lifo My father too was wonvJml ami died shortly nftor tho war Uo was takuu away from tho homo who happlues3 his fatal appetite for strong drink had wrecked but wo mourned his death with a sincerity which could not bn questioned Just a few months beforo fatheir died mother wns taken sick aud I felt a keen cutting pain at my heart ns I Ono day tho saw her sick day by da doctor came from her room to whom I was sitting despondent ami weeping and said Johnny I have sad nowrt for you but you must bear up under the groat sorrow as well as you nan A your mother must soon leave you great fear eamo upon me ami I trem- Â¬ bled in overv limb Oh doctor1 I cried do not tell Do not give hor up Savo me that her Savo hor stud I will bo your slayo for life1 The good kind hearted old man placed his hand on my hoad and said My dear boj she is past all hu Â¬ man aid Calm yourself as much a Sho you can and come with inc wishes to see you He took my hand and led mo nto the chamber which already rested under the sombre shadows of tho dark wing of tho Angel of Death My poor darling mother lay thoro palo tw the pillow upon which her dear hoad rested upon ti emaciated face a look 11 -- such an expres- Â¬ of calm vim j iu sion as conn s oily t he dying Chris- Â¬ tian whoso hopes of liwnurlility be Â¬ yond the grave has been stamped with tho approving seal of the Almighty Weeping bitterly I threw myself on my knees at her bedside Placing oue of her thin white hands in mine and tiio other upon my head she Miid Johnny my son I must lew you The Saviour has called mo home and I must obey My dear bo will you make me one promise that I can take up to Heaven with mo it will then not be so hard to leave you on this wicked earth Oh mother I cried darling be Â¬ loved mother I will promise you any thing any thing any thing God bless you for those sweet words my precious boy for I know Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ your truthful nature and 1 know you will never break a promise to your dying mother Promise mo my sou that as long as you live a drop of liquor shall never pass your lips Mother I promiso iL Hero on my bending knees 1 promiso God and tho angel Ho is soon to take from mo that 1 will never as long as I live tako ono drop of Intoxicating liquor My voice trembled aud I paused a moment to wipe tho tears from my eyes 11 movement which I obsorvod was imitated by several of those rough frontiersmen J then continued Boys to this day I have faithfully kept that promise and I know thnt the spirit of my dear agod niothor has ever been with me to guido mo ami shield me when temptation assailed mo And now shall I pain that good augol whoso presence aud gentle influ Â¬ ence 1 can almost feel hero with me to- Â¬ night by breaking that pledgo Shall I take a drink with you As I concluded I extended my hand toward tho liquor hut ore I could reach it a pistol shot rang out upon thy air and tho jug wns shattered into many pieces At the same instant an old scout named Bill Hoed sprang to his feet with the smoking pistol titill grasped in his brawny hand aud shouted No a thousand times no and Ive jist signed tho pledgo myself with that I had jist sieh a ere pistol ball mother Jack an sho talked to mo jist as youd did to you but I war a wild boy pards an soon forgot hor tcach ius although thoy come to mo all sparklod with a mothers holy tears But look you yar boys when the noise o that shot roaches her ears up in Heaven tho smile that ortcr to u bin on her face when she died Ml git that and tho peace that hor dear souls bin a loiigln fur Ml snuggle down in hor breast fur I bllovo God Ml give her tho power to realizo that tho shot war hor own Bills pledge A few moments later tho group I sat with Bills hand wns scattered clasped in my own encouraging him to forever keep his novel pledgo one or two of tho men lay looking into the others fire with thoughtful faces strolled about gazing upon tho ground or 6at upon rocks in moody attitudes Gone was tho rollicking fun gone tho bacchanalian song gono tho liquor-inspire- d whoops und yells Ono might havo thought tho rough daring men wore morosely brooding over tho loss of the whisky but thoy woro not Their thoughts had gono uklmmlng over tlto buck trail of their ruckles livos Thoy woro thinking of mother J IK Crawford Captain Jack to Younystown O n i 1 Telegram lv VV 2 3 iJ r Ml TffWWrT MMftfM w nggxr i w HMMMMMMMMMMMM Hazel Green Herald HPENOBR COOPER Aii1 i SI a Year ubcrlptlon MoMey to Accompany tbo Kamo Editor KY HlllMliMI Friday HAZEL GREEN MIWtYMMHffWMJWIftl January 20 1888 to tlio clitzons of Frohclibufg and Mono county who In turn ought to give il a healthy and hearty support Tho mountain pcoplo wo regret to say do not tako tho interest in county papers thoy should if they wish to build up tho country but wo hope thoy may soon learn to do so lloros success to tho Courier and prosperity to ilfl proprietors foo For Fall and Winter Requisites AT S M BRAUNS FAMOUS MOUNT STEELING CRAND OPENINGS NB7 KY Unusual inducements in every depart Â¬ stablishment ment in mv immenso After spending sovcrnl days in tho mar- Â¬ kets for merchandise at prices that touch every pocket and catch every eye I am prepared to show you goods and prices that nro without precedent in this city My reputation as tho leader of low prices shall bo unrivalled this coming winter as every department is filled with new goods and at prices that will sell thorn STORE I I fe People who havo been accustomed to raiding of tho wonderful resources of tho mountain countico lmvo doubtless many times wondorcd why thoy nro placed in tho puupor list and pooplo who lmvo read of tho wonderful blue Brass section nan stock raising country havo boon led to boliovo that thoro was to bo found tho finest horsoa and mules iu tho world Proof herewith produced Wo fchowa tho latter to bo n delusion confers thnt for n long time wo labored under tho hallucination but from time to timo have tried to impress upon our pcoplo tho importanco of raising a bolter jrado of stock Iu an luunhlo way wo havo endeavored to point out to them our advantages over tho blue grass country for raising fino stock It will appear from reading tho following taken ut random from tho report of tho Board of Equalization iB3ticd for tho year 1887 that our advice has been taken Wolfe county raised and reported to tho asses sor for 1887 a bettor cInbs of horses by SGV18 per head than Bourbon county and Owsley county raised and reported to tho assessor a hotter class of horses than did Montgomery tho difference in favor of tho former county boing 1238 per head Now if those reports nro made upon a proper estimate and wo presume they are for every mrin must swear to tho amino of his stock it is clearly dem onstrated that Iho pauper mountain counties produce a bettor grado of slock than the pampered counties of tho blue gnjfl which if systematically pursued will soon roliovo us of tho stigma of pauperism On tho other hand if tho re ports nro Mot correct homebody has re sorted to perjury and holped to make us paupers If pauper counties pay more tax than thoso reported prosperous the roason of our poverty is apparent Read this tabic Tho left column represents tho prido of tho State and tho column on tho right iudicitca wo paupers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Washington special says Speaker Carlisle lias not been woll for eovoral days and complained of feeling badly This ovoniug while at tho dinner tablo at tho Riggs Ilotiso lie was taken suddonly nnd seriously ill and reached his room with tho utmost difliculty Dr Sowers was promptly called in who pronounced tho attack a chill of the congestive order and administered tho proper medicine and advised the Speaker to keep quiet for scvoral days as ho was in great need of rest and his nervous system greatly impaired The illness of Mr Carlisle will doubtless prevent him from presid ing over the House for tho next fow days and ho may bo compelled to give up his trip to Georgia where ho expected to go Saturday to deliver his speech on revenue reform At 1 A m tho Speaker was somewhat improved and tho high fever that ho had early in the evening had slighlly abated Â¬ New Goods Low Prices DRY GOODS LADIKS FURNISHING GOOD3 COLORED DRESS GOODS PLAIN PLAID and STRIPED TRICOATS all colors ELEGANT LINE OF LADIES AND MISSES NEW MARKETS and CLOAKS HOSIERY GLOVES FLANNELS all prices aud all qualities SITAWLS Mew G oods Low Prices CLOTHING FINE SUITS OVERCOATS ENGLISD MELTONS DIAGONALS WORSTEDS and CORKSCREW SUITS Ilnnd Made BOOTS SHOJOf all descriptions - UNDERWEAR I am starting this feenson with over 1000 dozen of all tho staple and stand ard makes of Merino Cashmers Camels Hair etc and will retail single garments for ladies men and children for less than other and smaller dealers iu this town havo to pay jobbers for snmo qual- Â¬ Â¬ MENS BOYS SHIRTS BLANKETS JERSEYS ETC CASHMERES HATS AND CAPS OF ALL KINDS TRUNKS AND VALISFW COMPANIONS ETC ETC CHILDRENS Mew Goods Low Prices I MMWWfl Mew Goods I ities U7tf Low Prices SBsa u Tho Womlorful Prophot Wo publish tho following riddle by request and will wager a ginger cake that not onetenth or tho Bible readers can boIvq it To bo seen at West Chester near Now York a ulrango and wonderful piophct whoso generation was before the creation of Adam llo was not tho Wandering Jew nor tho son of Noah nor the old Luvito nor John the Baptist for he was certainly before them all Tho Scriptures make mention of him particularly in St Murk St Luke and St John So wo may boliovo that he is no impostor Ho nover lay upon his mothers breast 11 is heard is hitch as no man ITo goes barefooted like a over wore grave friar ITo wears no hat in winter or Hummer but often appear with a crown upon his head Uis coat is neith Â¬ er knit nor spun silk nor hair linen nor woolen llo is a toetotaler lie prefers Ho is an humble dwelling to a palace very watchful He sleeps not in a bod but sits in a singular kind of a chair with his clothes on lie was with Noah in the ark and was alive at the crucifix- Â¬ ion Nearly all the world hear him lie once preached a short sermon which con- Â¬ vinced a man of his sins and caused him to weep most bitterly Though ho never rides on horseback ho is in some respects equipped as horsemen arc Ho is an advocate for early rising though ho never retires to bed His prophecies are so true that tho moment you hear his voice you may know what is ap proaching Now who is this prophet and what Â¬ YOU Ut St BAIiDRIDGE HOGAN SAW CO Manufacturers Enelish Circular and Lone of Best Ste 1 SITOftMS s na BivBsni o o o I ES mcMMmnmnrrrTiniimnwMvrKimtvtrmMaTivxjxrrjip Also Dealers in Files LEATHER AND GUM BS7T1NC at thi lifnil of llio iTvrVot w thri- merit la vnriniiuujihliij Our Clrculur Siw AI40 a tnll tuhmKA anil ctul ty of ttinpor wul uulUyf lino of fcronuh Jlnml Saws in stoit tt our onn liiijiortutton J A L T Y LARGE CIRCULAR SAWS A 3 P iiiniuiers Swages Emery Wheels siil rl - Work fully warrnnlod unci ut Rock liottom Prices Soad Jor 1 rice Lift rith Jput DiceounN 7 Vine and 863 Water pfTAlI ordem bcnt to JT it F Day repair vill bo itomptly forwarded to ub BC3rvimnMr9wmMWwn Streets Ky fur iicvvorlc or aaw O CVtiOmATl tor Hnad Orcn and will have our best attention ryrrrwniivjwwrTr myllv mmmniwrMXHiM9mm niw WBWI I 1IIWIIWW HOUSES A6scssed Hourbon Heott Value 1807 ABDCBflCU Jessamine Madison Moruor Montgomery Bath Ilarltn 4312 Floyd 450H 4821 185J 4701 Letcher Wolfo vnine Mngollhi 3950 Piko 4310 Owslov 4303 IJrcatliitt Nicholas tho assessors and tho citizens Again if in thoso counties complied with the law Piko county will houcoforth bo looked upon as tho finest mule producing county in tho Stato for wo find that sho raised and reported to tho assessor a class of luuleo valued at 7509 per head while Hath comity did not produce any above thoaveragoof 102Sa difference of 35 LI in favor of tho Piko product Thus it will bo scon that a mulo produced in a pauper county is worth nearly as much as two raised on bluo grass and that tho pauper county therefore pays nearly twice as much tax in proportion to tho number raised as tho pampered county Now with charity for all and malico toward none wo assume that the assessors report in all these counties was on tho a worn statements of tho stook rnisore which shows tho paupor counties to bo tho producers of tho finest stock Thou stock men of tho State should locate hero But if Bomobody has lied then tho reason of our poverty is plain and wo hope those papora which are eontibu will ally crying out pauper counties toll tho reason why Hero is tho mulo Mason Â¬ Clark Shelby Lee 3915 Mencfuo 8930 Morgan 4911 5503 4102 5145 5732 5301 C145 5155 5111 5007 5130 Capt Davens has not arrived here yet hut is expected every day Win Doland who was nhot some time since and was thought to he fatally in- Â¬ jured is speedily recovering Miss Mollie IJ Winpo who was very ill with pneumonia is slowly recovering Win M Cecil is very low with pneu- Â¬ monia 125 hands arrived hero yesterday and will make things lively for a while again p m m m UL KT r Ml llWirrlwt a HASEL GREBST KENTUCKY iwwiwiwmnr iiiwiMirwiwwt E II Scott left for Belfast yesterday Dot Largest Btock Lowest Prices doth ho foretell LOUIS STIX CO WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Which tho bills of mortality of any large ciiy may bo fitly designated and you willlind that renal and vesical mul adies that is to say thoso that aflect tho kidneys or bladder havo a remarkable prominence wo had almost said preAND ponderance Brights disease and diabetes in the chronic stage are rarely cured and gravel catarrh of tho bladder and enur esis slay many Yetatthe outset when tho trouble merely amounts to inactivity of tho organs involved tho danger may THIED EACS ti UNION STREETS bo nulilied by that pleasant renal Cinio and diuretic llostettera Stomach Bitters which imparts tho requisite amount of ttOly tone to tho organs without over exciting thom and the use of which is convenient and involves no elaborate preparation Dyspepsia u usual eoucomitant of renal complaints and debility which they invariably produce are remedied by it So also are constipation malarial rheu Â¬ matic and nervous ailments Road Tho Doath Roll SIT Â¬ 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 E BAY noir ttmt Â¬ MQT A Young Vife Said to her Husband of My dear I dreamed Inst night that you wore an Angel ri wfvcrum jnwawiMcwH wwwrww wnerimpi gvqtnw ma What is that a sign Cincinnati B BANES CO Â¬ WHOLESALE tablo ymH Jaimiiilno Madison Bourbon f42 51180 HULKS If you expect to niaknXimn or wedding prcaonts and diisiro anything In the jewelry nr iitlvArwHrrt lino wn think wo eim miike it Interesting to buy now Wo lmvo plain substantial Roods fancy articles and novel ties and will sell for a very small profit as wo ean duplicate them bcturo Xmas Clirfd wutolics and diamonds ut prices no ouo cut duplicate Otis W Snldur th manufacturWrite for ing jeweler Lexington Ky A foul stomach was his unpoctic answer People who havo no such nleasant niuht visions and nwnko fcolintr as though thoy had had no rest nerves all unstrung wondering What on earth 18 the mat tor with me would hatter take some simple treatment in TIME Persons will neglect themselves and put off treatment until their health is gono What would you think of the authorities of a great city with itu miles of sewerage to take away the filthy accumulations of streets and alloys allowing the ueworagc to ehoko up and spread contacion and poisonous gases from decaying matter to hlight that city by dieeoso lot your course is just as UNWISE Tho human body is well provided with all that is necessary to carrviiuor the unclean and you alow it accumulate and decompose bringing all manner of ills to tho flesh An old Chinese proverb is Keep your feet warm your head cool and your hnwols open Mako a memorandum or this and try it and if you dont keep well there ia no truth in the world Will do the business for vou Sold and guaranteed bv P PAY Hazol Green Ivy J T CALVERTS LITTLE L8VER FILLS J J Ezei Ky M PIKRATT A BHO N VAUGHN Campton Ky And all General Stores in Eastern Kentucky ILiaiWrWWIiWIMWHI MM Â¬ Wolfo 0010 Letcher MntOtlhi 5300 prices 0340 5137 5248 89 57 C3CC Mroor Bath Chirk 5405 Tlarlun 0092 l loyd 7113 VIUUINIA 5777 Special Correspondence ft Winim u mi atwtilnnlv iF broken Miss Ava a bright sweet gill just budding into womanhood was taken very ill on Sunday night with fatal dis ease brain fovor She su fibred much iu four days and in the morning of tho fifth just as tho darkness was giving way to the brightness of tho day all that was mortal of Ava Winjro was forsaken by lior immortal opirit basking in tho sun shine ot tl at glorious day which knows no night received its shining crown from her beloved Savior A glorions revival of religion is now in progress at this placo conducted by Revs G M Johnson and O McNiol Soma tn or twelve penitents and four convowiona ml night Tho cries of wn nort the shouts of Gods people and tho warnitqr voices of tho ministers made tho welkin ring which shook tho very wiudowj vf heaven and Goda prcsonco was felt Visibly did tho audience provo that M God hath power on earth to for Tho mooting yill continuo give Bin Tho railroad is oncgliig up afreaU 1 No 29 Vine Street OIWOINNATI aGty M wntmcuVLWimmtwnmmiMM9i MWIMHIII Montgomery Hltolby Mason NfulioloB 5050 Pike 5220 OwMcy 4731 Urvnthltt 5277 Leo 1028 Munufco 4071 Morgan Ckdau Bluff Va Jan 12 Last SiEnoub Coorun Oua Friday morning at 4 oclock tho family 1lf Faiiiw II C IIehndon FRESHAND CLEAN - miMIWM IHI1WII PWIII IMIMIIjriWWi 75 39 G4112 Â¬ COOPER -- iiERNDON S FALLEN h- - GU70 - t - A slr j St Wo are in receipt of tho first uumlier of tho Pinovtllo Messenger with Edwin O Comjvn aft editor and manager It m chock full of news of that section and wo clip very larpoly from it this weak for which wo liopo Col Cowan will pardon us Its tho first whack wo havo had at a Bell county papor and IU con touts wore really so tempting that wo Ho may quid not forego tho plqasuro imwpn Tiik Hekald howevor foe any amount he wishes and wo will thus jfiiar Accounts GENERAL 9 4 liri gi8 am now receiving New Goods and my stock of General Merchandise is now complete consisting of Dry Goods Notions Ladies and Gents Boots and Shoes Hats and Caps Queonsware Hardware Groceries Drugs Saddlery and a variety of articles too numerous and too tedious to mention I Â¬ HAZEL GKEEN KY Ilnvo several thoumind acres of tine tim bar mineral and farming lands in Wolfo and uiljoiniuf eountiea for Bale Write for dcHcriptlvo list and tortus I propose to sell them Cheaper for Spot Cash than ever before known in this market 3yCall on me and you can Save Big- Money Ill divide profits with you Q Ba SWANCO - tMnwnmw 3ItA3TTCXiIN O W HOWE WHOLESALE DEALER IN 1 Gouritr with Houton A MmrmmMitit tkfc helm was launched ksstMlfcsiML wilUU loBg fait want XttPWtfe 193 Th Street HH6lntU OhUt SMITH ALLISON Tbo typo ob which thU paftar U priaU4 U frea UoaVOTo foUBdry KoiTen Ubralb POUNDKY KENTUCKY WHISKIES Brandy ad MountainMT KY Wain Street STERLING fcHl fa rVl V HE a MRALD Dm a larger uirculation in the mountains 04 J astern Kentucky than any paper in the Ute and merchants and otuern wishinir 0 pcnrc the trade of Eastern Kentucky will lind It THE HKST ADVBKTIOINQ MKDIUM Lexington Men You Geo Rico who Winy h I tafPTranalent advorU iemcnta 7C cents an Inch first insertion 2ft cents an inch for ash and tho lffi5ffnKyJ ornamentul work is wliito SSA Sai J each subsequent insertion pine and bamboo whilo tho stops proper heforo April 10th 18SS one Hut NO 0740 Standing Advkrtisemknts from each nro mado of Michigan white pino The contestant will 1 inches ycar 500 lyonr1500 stairway I inch coinnlote Loxing SSa iffSf 1750 j inches 1 year 000 C inches 1 year 2000 toiikynnd shined wasboughtin at n cost nnl mnnt SSSt BhrWpSfcofflJS ndditf to this nlaeo 0 inches year X inches 1 year 1200 w nffcrf bill u kiiu lift aril fiiu Till fit mv saFSpeciulrateson larger advertisements of fr2L50 less than a very similar one in ami Hsaijil least 0110 of tho followlnir remA u r i - c 0110a Warners Log Cabin Sarsaparllln Kash cost AV IOCUI lUlilUCa UU U IIUU Willi U pur UUlHi oil tho residence of Hon J M Tby arnerfl Log in Cincinnati long time Tho slalrwav in Mr edy AVarnorB Cabin Hops and liuchu Rem lor Log Cabin Cough and Con Marriage and death notices free tri- Â¬ Rosos new building is from the well sumption Remedy aa Warners Log Cabin Kx butes of respect and obituaries 5 cents a known firm of F Bush Son papa and trnet garners Log Cabin Elver Pills your Store Keepor will not ordor sond 30 conts to line brother of our better seventeen twenti- Warners Ixg Cabin Rose Cream for p3T Announcements of candidates for by mail They stand at the head of tho list catarrh etc Warners Log Cabin Scnlplno us and wo will forward State or District offices J10 County oflices eths for tho pealp and hair Warners Ixg 5 calla on persona to become tan didntcs for promptness and reliability and we Cabin Plnstors Tho answers will bo rt CO and their answers 5 cents a line Payable respectfully commend them to all who ferred to an impartial committee for deÂ¬ invariably in advance wish to purchase doors sash blinds cision which will bo announced Anrii ov No name will be entered upon tho stairways Clvo Thorn A Chnncol c c All who deal with Subscription Book until paid for them can save money and Mr Rice who That is to say your lungs Also all Kasw3KU4ax i and all subscriptions are Htoppcd at expira- has dealt with them for several your breathing machinery Very wonnotice of which will tion of timo paid for iffl fili A H K lumuvujii on tho years nays that no firm in Kentucky or derful machinery it is Not only tho be indicated by a cross mark kV LJ J A XAU VIVtVAU AJ f I m margin in front of your name A prompt elsewhere is more conscientious and scru- Â¬ larger air passages but the thousands of A MAfiVELOUS KiyEHTIGH pulously honest All who have dealt littlo tubes and cavities leading from renewal ouly will insuro its continuance FOtt JlIULLNU Till nirtC AM COHQUKU John Jay Dlckoy A Mt Principal with them during a busincsa career of them SPENCER COOPEll jnt Vll many years say tho samo thing and it When theso are clogged and choked A VMnUilflltirTrriptlln mnviiTtn nUiwi lo LKitw The eighth scini annunl session of this intUrrtrlrUy Ixou Jlftn nl Ttngmtlltm CUUctd will therefore be safe for any 0110 to buy with matter which ought not to be there stitution will opou MONDAY Jan 0 1S88 h iMor iinroro ur Idling lu 3Wk RRISONM HE SELLS CHEAP of them If you aro thinking of build- Â¬ your lungs can not half do their work Tho capacious new huihliug whoso archiVrtwnenno vnrfrtro mratnut iiivillnrm t Tliufi 1ilicrt4t nWlcMimfrrnnyijcncrnlly ing send to them for an estimate And what they do they can not do well tectural beauty and interior completeness lumen j lutvonnu o utm to nm tutininfir nitiitnrrmixliUrjrmrnnn for rtrlnpihcmuV VIA In this connection wo wish to call Call it cold cough croup pneumonia have been so universally adniircu will bo HARDWARE QUEENS WARE In newt ihvtlirui ocriiplei t i li mui111 ltjhilA for attention to two or threo other firms in catarrh consumption or any of tho fam- rendv corpsoccupancy Miuin our Atrnll R A of CONIPKTENT TI2AOIIEIIS nni ra m not iv pnnacon furory III tlie nr STOVES Bt I Lexington with which it would pav the ily of throat aud nose niul head aud will bo ready to give instruction in tho com W rlmni torthim jii vl iLtrnnl n riwifv Aitrnrt I to kIyq rcliof CUTLERY TINWARE people of tho mountains to deal if thoy lung obstruitionsall are bad All ought mon school ami higher branches ami in GOIUIliE MAGfiETIC UPPUWfFS CLASSlRFfli want reliable goods at low prices to bo got rid of There is just 0110 sure inusiu and painsing MASONIU TEMlLE MT STERLING KY Brower juGty Co handle a greater variety way to pet rid of them Special attention will be given to the train is to tako That fl lilHiUfiMi lU tii culutlnu VtlUUtyiUlUf of furniture carpctP wall paper window Boicheos German Syrup which any ing of touchers tiiulnii of fliuviiiu twml forvUculmn The past record of tho school ia its best shades c than any hou o south of druggist will sell you at 76 cents a bottle guarantee for its future work MAfVeTJf WniRTLPTGforlianJn liJ2Unt9iU ii hpiaIiii T vrltlikfli 1ricnt Mason Dixons line and will mfet Even if everything else has failed you M inrjmir t nliiHsiuif iiit fua torctrvuinr Hoard nnd tuition reasonable Look out for the llqd frl Cross on your Cincinnati prices on overy article thoy you may depend upon this for certain For full particulars call upon or address W tlJIlVtiiillu uni 1roa eich SwiJelioi Louis Gus Straus the leading if M hi unit friiioul ln the principal at Jaokson Ky paper It denotes that your timo is u t and pell rtho paper will stop clothiers of Lexington have the largest B E Roberts with Carter Bros Cant unless renewed at ohco H Uirliltilkl IU liimiiuvIiR notirnlRln Rxifirtcoming Co wholesale dry goods Louisville is clothing establishment in Eastern Ken Â¬ ii ko z i ij nun uvun to r tucky and sell clothing and gents furn- on bin winter toiirof the mountains with n li KlrJtk J lu tidy Mio icfufio rliuiuinuint There was no mail came to this pluco ishing goods at prices which they defy a fine lino of samples and will visit Pine M lilp dlKpaso ct lttcuSS boml ftlcaot wutUauu a Hrfn - titjw lor circujArs competitors to duplicate and we liespcak ville shortly Capt Roberta is too well from Mt Sterling Saturday riC7rC fPn fni irrtntlwrtian v wv for them a share of your patronage known to the trade to need any introduc tfirETfi w - mi irmi uppiiKiiir i a nournlcia or vitnrrh hi kvo rellof immixJutclr it The boys of the Hazel Green Academy Otis Snyder tho jeweler has a long time tion or endorsement by tho Messenger Qj S imi h Ucuit Mxo of list worn Smt Tho undersigned will begin sohool in Ezol ui tin mart have organized a private debating club since eutablihod the fact that no man in He is a veteran of theroad and a Napo la hnnmnUim m naarnrt his lino of business in Eastern Kentucky leonof trade and his character for fair Morgan county MONDAY IAN L 18SS a scnrvrvi Speaking every Friday night iitMUitiiiU loLiiooTHiiiKMltlvoriire ltvllHl can compete with him in quality of goods dealing towers as high as the tallest peaks which will continue five mouths aud hIio j rsua o Vi hWiln nml Rlimi Ui luviurl lwM 4111 IIJ I1U aillUIIUfUII kindly solicits a liberal patronage from all M illllV rat To overy person who will pond us 9 in or low prices and he is deserving of your of the Pino Mountain Pinevillc Mes- friends of education AM UAOHSTEft LUMO PROTGCTO senger patronage o Faculty Mrs Mary Niokrll General Iiimi lnurjbllt irULici cruneiwm rlipiutinUim i vltu weak cash and nino subscribers we will send colli In conclusion we think it would pay jh intivrut nnd Tins rfrit ali can endorse every word Literature Mrs Aumi J Fields Instrumenv Tjic IltiltALD orio year free uMiriiRM riit unionin uironc irmmicB nnu pi all the merchants of Lexington to adver- of the above and all in this section who tal Music tsrrh lileo b ticmX for olfcumn M Usll monlivli tise in This Hkrald and it would then know the Captain and their name is tkiims op tuition MfiRNTIR THnOAT aKlELDS euro rod man of pay tae people to patronize them Never legion will vouch for the Tra Clarc the Hphtmn fl 25 truth of what Primrry Department lion Pt to pli cutlonlstK imlillc sjionVnrt mill Irur 7 CO J this town has seourvd the contract for spend money with a man who does not the Mcbseugor says Tho children love Intermediate 3 cis Thfy stivnutlicii tlii vivf nl north ntul provoui 8 75 j lion tinnM html for circular Jfrloo 91 iavU by rodduig the nowcourtLmuseat Caiupton advertise that is if you waut to buy him the citizens like him and tho mer- Â¬ Languages Ac illUII OUIIU DltU VI IlOV Music 15 00 goods cheap chants buy of him I F6fMPTSn 1 GO Doard per week Mrs Mary Greeuwado of thn pKice jiKn tvpt nuicw IIIUf i IWW i ii iiij Ucmi uaviiHriiuudti tunAddres3 Mas MARY P NICKELL raru Mi oiii iiietn iuiiii has baon confined to her room for two TuriAl nrii for their mrillon i ilimitien una lor Nit STtorllng Men The hundreds of friends of Rev ncn Roliablo i tho tidso Willi ilrh tliojr wo worn iVlco 03 tc b wueksbeing too ill to attend to her house u Kir nruima cair ana nnviu It may not be generally known but ry L Nave pastor of the First Presby- Â¬ tiuUor clruiliu it hold duties S M Braun of Mt Sterling us a jobber terian church in this city will learn magnetic with regrolof the terrible affliction which juleklyi omuvMj ptttlan kiilnny Mia liver troulilo Tom TTall of this ctMinty was disfran has sold more goods since ho began to has over taken him Saturday linrlat lira ptoulinrto lmllci nd lmpnrtvoninr- j vignr m Last 111 mis lnuiAM tnan any man ji rui vrliolo uoily rorvana or wlnmry in chised and fined 50 by the Circuit court advertise h13 lino of business in Eastern Ken Â¬ night while engaged in writing ho sud- Â¬ Imbltinntl Iriiinlrid M otii power will llml thcro now in session for soiling his vote at the in vnituiwip tucky and his transient trade has stead denly became totally blind in his right THE WINTER SEASON u ainiu avwx Hiniinioii irico caencii uy uiuu v lur mcuiarn November election I80G oyo aud as tho blindness continues his DURING ily increased Ho told us these facts tho roudi aro bad wn will MflOISETICRiiftSfpSLllhJfJBSIiffat himself but 0110 secret of his success ia friends aro very anxious about him His not run our hacks lroni Itothwell to Ilazol juiviiii uifcpiiKii wniHiui nietiiciiiii IHin in ina Geo Cecil recently living in this vi- tine icAii or physicians pronounces it paralysis of the Green but we have fitted up our Htablo at iiittnplilnhllllw limbs mnervous debility lumtmuo wliut m1j hiI ia now located at Grassy in Mor that he advertises and then has the goods cinity Hii iniitiluiiiftiiriiiiiHiiitiiiiHijpiniiiruiniitin Air Nave left yesterday for Itothwell and are prepared to CONV1CY ftoliU and the prices to back up his advertised optic nerve uiss ot the klilnoy1 tonilcl Ilyrrnni gan c mutv and wo commeud him to his Umlismtfiimu linpotent y lienrt illfoaoo PAS55ENGKKS HOIWIMIACK TO ANY Giye him a trial when you f iuciniinti to consult an eminent occulist POINT T1IKY WISH TO GO Wo Imvo Inline ion lniriilu or rupture tillcfi nto Con nnw neighbors as worthy of overy conS- - assertion eiiltatiin friii lrico or licit Willi Mnirnntto In We sincerely hope his affliction is only also want anything in his line goir 510 Bend mriiiurooCvraUt tuiilultoof ulioo employed a man to give his entire at dence voro Send Tor circular Chiles Thompson Sz Co of Mt Ster- temporary Mt Sterling Gazette tontiou to the care and I ceding of stock loft MAGNETIC ftBMBW- WeTOn in our care Our prices will bo found m Wlvm nature falters and requires help ling have almost completely driven out ilirutimllin noiirnfirm tiorvouii uxlmuttlou d Any and everything that can be exe low as the lowest recruit tier enfeebled energies wjth Dr J competition on goods and nearly cvory rciila or uiUi darnicsot ttio llvur kWtneyulifixl N It When there is a sufficient number urliu ir cOlil trot Uino bauk rnlliiiir of tlio womb 11 McLeans Strengthening Cordial and mountain dealer now buys groceries from cuted with now type first class presses and ipu rrnnHriiruiiiciiiiminmniioii uriuoivonibini to justify the outlay and tho roads permit tho niMiuiiiini iHiii nnu npmroi insKHCuniooiiinni Blood Puritier 100 per bottle Sold this wel known firm So much for square fine paper inhad minds of skilled mechan we will luruish conveyance Respectfully r ihvii nu nuiirrior ill uiu roiui nnu euro of Mil ics may ho at this ofllec at less than dealing aud straight goods and now that by O B Swango Uizel Green lucso coinpminm A ltlNGO jiicy carry ft powerful iiiiir TAIIOR in Eastern nttln forco to Uiofnatof tlio lfnpni rrlcniiel they have employed C D Sublett of city prices to It will pay anv man TnK Ia LVnl IUaU win II Mi Kentucky get his printing at Hkk C O and fXMnlimtlon allowcil or bv mall on See the new advertisement of Notice Salycrsville as their traveling man there ald oflico Send for estimates and Etatc receipt of lulco In onlcrliiff eend iiiiimuro of WilltltlltlU ifzo of ulioo Travelers People generally will regret is every reason to believe they will scoop exactly what you want that the gentlemen owning the hack line the swag Tho- Sentinel Democrat says HAfiNETfC PRINTING GOMPANY U D Sublett ot Salyorville enronm rnnunmiiim Kout luinbivco vprnlynia Thoro hai been a protracted meeting STEAM aro forced to abandon it but thoso who ot mm bruiirliltM lunif itono nml otlmr complnlutn know the condition of our roads are uwaro a son of Hon D D Sublett has ac in progress at the Christian Church at wiiiiH uiiiii iiiu Kiiin 01 oiiruiiBipiijrKiriiitif Irioa Cl East Main St Luxington Ky SW onvli rltlt Ins Ma tirnd inrasmo of clicM cepted a position with Chiles Thompson this placo for two weeks conducted by of the necessity fur doing so buntniul wiilst Tcrkoui llvlnjr nt udlntuaoo who cun not connult us In person should riro i clear Co and will travel for them this sea Revs Erb and Downing During tho or tnmr dinirultle by Iflltur utnl wn will ituslKtuito tho In Frequently accidents occur in the son This firm has a large aud rapidly services tho church received six addi BOOK AND JOB ntntrinntil toolloct kind of AppllHticis nxjiilrtxl fori cacli cmo ft cun1 ncnti your nuilroni household which cauao burns cuts increasing trade in tho mountain coun- tions two by letter and four by baptism tlio New Uc n rtii nln Jlcdlonl Trcntmctit Wlih out Modlcliie with tlionanmlit fit litlmilfU sprains and bruises for use iii such eases ties and it is nothing more than just ino meeting closeu Inst evening TlioMoirnetln Inrmrnla iiinniliiitiilfiwil nrivi I nru worn over tho undcrclotlion inot ncxttoihou Dr J 11 McLeans Volcanic Oil Lini that they should have a mountain boy MMJ iiv nv niiiMj univniiiuniKi uiicmo IIUIKOIIirfl m oxtf iislvoly nnd r tiould b tnUcti ur ndirtlnd Tliey liolil ment has for many years been the con to represent them and if young Sublett Herod Patrick an influential and re ntiilght tholr ixiwerforovoratido rj stant favorito family remedy Sold by has nny of the popular ways of tho old spected citizen of Magoflin county died oni n uii Buusoniot 1110 year will prove a paying invest- at his homo at liloomington in that Of Every Description on short UTOnlrr direct Ihrouirh yourDruirtrls MiytJcMn B Swaugo Hazel Green G nianhe wish him Orncrul Storo UtftJtr or through Uiu pulhlnr of IliU j We success and extend county aged sixtv two years ment iMipvr notice Sam TJU5 MAOXrTIO APPMANOE JO John Campbell Jr recently removed him a hcartv welcomo to Mt Sterling Ivoirip tho irrepressible gave uatho news lOlPiurboniHt Cblouio 1 from this place to Clark county whero but did not tell 113 the day or tho cauae Wedding WWASr A Voico From Toxno he will make his homo on the farm of a of his death c Mr Prowitt To the latter no recom Â¬ rTuTonivB Tkxab Jan 12 1838 0 mendation ia necessary but to thoso vho Editor Hazki GurRN IlKUAin Tiif Hkuald and tho Weekly Cincindo not know him so well we can aay he I herewith hand you P O nati Enquirer oie year for only 200 It Dear Sir FOIt is au honest upright citizen as true as M order for 100 subscription for your strikes j that this is the best combination yet made aud if it hits you the suno way Of all kindu done with neatnesu and disstool to a friend ITAZEfi Ghehn Hiuam of which I am simply pnud Tho Hazil Okkrn Hku send us 200 in cash and you will get both piltch tf Thousands of people eufler with back ALU is tho best local paper in Kentucky papers forXwolvo months -0 Book- ache not knowing that in most case it or any other State known to me and I Williaiu and Hubert Hyrd charged R Tauoii Agent for Ky 8 is a symptom of diseased kidneys and tako and read many of them Surely with burning tho court house at Camp o Uy will ftcll for cash in hand on 9 liver which plasters and lotions cannot tliO people of Kentucky nnd especially ton were tried at tho present term of the SATURDAY Jan 28 1888 tho following ItKlEnCHCii J T P Day Hazel Green heal Tho bo3t and safest remedy is Dr North Eastern Kentucky should liberally Wolfo circuit court and acquitted gootln ritnaining uncalled for OONSIQNKU J H McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm patronize that paper ft is an houorand J L DunlapJJ U PunkipgWG Barrett J W Taulbco 2 pkas seed wheat OHAnOlM 76 100 per bottle Sold by G B fcJwango credit to tho Stato much less Hazel MrB Frank Tyler and Mm John Davis 7G J J Watson 1 stimll pkg Hazel Green Green and the portion of tho Stato it aro both on tho sick list Tho former is D Ia Allen 1 box drugs 250 so well represents and in which it is threatened with fever and tho latter has I M Vannradttll 1 pkg 10 W E Childors of Borry Harrison located Wishing you that success you au direction of tho throat Wholosalo Manufacturers of TI IT Combs t Sou 1 box rope Ac 200 county has been visiting frionds hero so well deserve and that your section Yard llollon 2 bocs h h goods 1C0 ami returned homo Tuesday accompan muy noon bo blessed with railroads DnvIJ llauks 1 ha rope ito 125 Our Jackson lottor irrived too lato for ied by his siBtor Mr Childors expects 1 am yours truly 80- J II Howell 1 buiullo rope publication in this issue but wo think a CO Stamper Kondrick 1 pnekago tornako his homo in tho future near Wm Little part of it will keep for next week D II King 1 pncknpc 25 our town and wo congratulate tho comAND DKAMUtH IN Sam Colo 1 box drugs 300 of tho addition Geo Spencer writing from Pullman munity in tho prospect Tho indications aro that wo will have SADDLERY HARDWARE COJ F Cope 1 mokiige of to valuable a citizen Whitman county Washington Territory Bomo soft weather A A Littlo 1 bu iluthlug 260 728 and 730 W Main St Mr Cooper Dear Sif Jan 3 sava 25 It A ChiltlcrH 1 packugo Under exposure to cold winds rain I received a copy of Tin Hduai i nnd J E Jones I box rope Ao 20th DJ bright light or malaria may bring on it gives satisfaction Send it to mo for KY A M J liargis 1 box ropo 125 Oliver 1 J M- inflammation and soreness of tho eyes six months aud to John O Spencer ii lteprcacutcd by BOB NUNNELLY Z Campbell 1 package wheat packitgo 25 find Dr J II McLeans Strengthening Eye Campion for six months lor which ft20l y i 7Poliniiratrlokl box cool Balvo will subdue tho iullamaliou 100 I am going down to Orogon in AND 80 J A Williams 1 packagu and sootho tho nerves and strengthen about threo mouths That ia tho reasou Exchange 75 Kentucky T K Johnson 1 box M weak and failing oyo sight 25 cents a for not taking it tho full term I am W It TABOH Agent box Sold by G B Swango Hazel going to school nnd dont know that Ill Itothwell Ky J04t KHTAIirrHIIHI IN 1850 Grcon liavo timo to writo a lottor to you You WORD seem to think that your county lacks 4 00OOQ Capital Stook i HAZEL GREEN KY 1X11 Rov S X Swimmo of Campion sottlors Ill just say ono thing I helped tiWolfo county who has been ovangolizing to thresh wheat last fall which averaged SURPLUS Ul A 1041420 HAVING PITTEDprovided FIRS CLASS in Menifee Montgomery and Rowan sixty fivo bushels to the aero more wheat rojaelf with and counties passed through town last week than ono person raises hack there If audille nnd harnesahoraca and vnhiclca on has way to Harlan county to tako you want to hear from this county you rcspcotfuilj solicit the nubllo patronaga Docs r gancral banking business aad Is I will feed horsi by tho single feed day the ouly bank in the city that Mils Foreign chargo of tho Mount Pleasant Mission will liayo to givo mo raoro oncourago HARNCSi AMD COLLAKt weak or month and tako plcusuro in giving Exchange of tho Kentucky Conferanco of tho M mont all stock entrusted to me especial attention 71 1 W MAIK 707 700 attcutiuR given to tho collection Prompt TJtKETr E Church South Mr Swimmo is an Our readers will remember that wo 3rHorac8 bought aud sold on oomraii of debts and the patronage of tho people honored member of tho Art nrctorvativo told Mr Spencer wo feared to publish sion and will drive horses to harness for all LOUISVILLE KY of the mountain counties is nipselally no fraternity and paid the Messenger oflico his lottora of tho wonders of that county who desire ray service All charges reaÂ¬ lieited J G THIMBLE Praddeat visit during hia stay iu townr Pine for fear our people would all go out sonable tad satisfaction guaranteed HERALD is onlr 100 a jwart LESLIE THOMSON urn ativiiriun irv cNicr 2Uf J U riERATT i tattiwM to wlnftla Eo MIX tliero lie Mcwcuger i RIAMIIKU Advertising Rntoo stairway in tho hntidsono new residence Warner f TSf cbhi oi our esteemed leliow citizen John M in cium lor tho host answer to tho koso called nt our oflico and invited va nrB lh0 0I for that9 in U8 to take n neon at tho olccant stairway I S Ill mid trimmings winch wo did on Satur- - mark of Warners iJog Cabin RomcdkYsP p day last JUio nowal post is black wal- - A pamphlet with a picture of such a log cu procureu nt any drug store uui imam witli wliito ash tho hand rail is black walnut and tho balusters white tiffjUtt Tie To pHf up tu6 cdSknowtf ffitffASSiiJft X ii8t ftr uess m wii SSjSSjfiuJl CHAPPED HANDS AND FACE OUTS BURNS SORES FROST BITE TRADgMARK mm TLJ fj mi55renSotoMihSift Wi -- C2 DERMATINE all Merchants at 35 Cents a Bottle it it 1 1 m r v jr- - 13 I Â¬ DIPTHERIA SKIN DISEASES Sold If -- CHILES THOMPSON Mt Sterling Ky J Â¬ Â¬ inrHTnni nnranivbTr X IDittCrtWioi A3aarcwf Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ 1 Ci Â¬ HERE ANDTH ERE E Â¬ MESJARYjNtICKELLS SELECT SCHOOL - IU- Â¬ - - At -- np lf VIVV4 Â¬ Â¬ rrnff I ifc Lopwsir rJral - w Â¬ Â¬ ll8W611 C rmwmRvssi i I cyriM-p-i- Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ i TRANSYLVANIA Ul iWMWm2 I 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FINE Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Letter Headings Invitations Â¬ 11 Book Binding Manufacturers PUBLIC SALEi - Blank FreightStorage IW DUIfLAP BR0S1C0 Â¬ SADDLERY HARNESS ETC LOUISVILLE Bankof 1 Â¬ - LIVERY SALE - PEED STABLE WA Harbison i SADDLERY Cathriftht m v TnE - y M1J i N w 7lF i tv - Vi m t ttt IV V i v- - fc 1 Subscription ITazel Green Herald JOHoy to Accompany tho Nanio - SI a Year Editor to tuo cllfzonB of Froncliburg and Mono foo county who in turn ought to give rrt fii it a healthy and hearty support Tho t HPENOEU OOOrEIt Friday i HAZEL GREEN KY ipipwwwmwi January 20 1888 mountain pcoplo wo regret to Bay do not tako tho interest in county papers thoy Bliould if they wish to build up tho country but wo hopo thoy may soon learn to do so Heros success to tho Courier and prosperity to its proprietors A Washington special says Speaker Carlislo has not been well for several days and complained of feeling badly This evening while nt tho dinner tablo at tho ltiggs JJouso ho was taken suddenly and soriously ill and reached his room with the utmost difficulty Dr Sowers was promptly called iu who pronounced tho attack a chill of tho congestlvo order aud administered the proper medicine and advised the Speaker to keep quiet for several days as ho was in great need of rest and his nervous system greatly impaired The illness of Mr Carlislo will doubtless prevent him from presid ing over the House for the next few days and ho may bo compelled to give up his trip to Georgia where ho expected to go Saturday to deliver his speech on revenue reform At 1 A M tho Speaker was somewhat improved and tho high fever that ho had early iu the ovcuing had slighily abated Â¬ For Fall and Winter Requ S3 tesl AT S M BRAUHS FAMOUS NEW S MOUNT STERLING KY Unusual inducements in every depart Â¬ stablishment ment in mv inimeniio After spending sovoral days in the mar- Â¬ at prices that kets for merchandise touch every pocket and catch every eye I am prepared to show you goods and prices that are without precedent in this city My reputation as tho leader of low prices shall bo unrivalled this coming winter as every department is filled with new goods ami at prices that will sell them GRAND OPENING i 3 People who lmvo been accustomed to roading of tho wonderful resources of tho mountain counticn lmvo doubtless many times wondorcd why thoy nro placed in tho pauper lint mid pooplo who havo read of tho wonderful blue grass Boction jw a stoclc raising country havo boon led to beliovo that thoro woh to bo found tho finest horses and mules iu thoworld Proof herewith produced Wo bhows tho lattor to bo a delusion confess thai for a long timo wo labored under tho hallucination but from timo to timo havo tried to impress upon our pcoplo tho importauco of raising a hotter grado of stock In an humble way wo havo endeavored to point out to thorn our advantages over tho blue grass country for raisiug fino stoclc It will appear from reading tho following taken at random from tho report of tho 13oard of Equalization issued for tho year 1887 that our advico has been taken Wolfe county raised and reported to tho asses sor for 1887 a bettor class of horses by CG48 per head than Bourbon county and Owsley county raised and reported to tho assessor a better class of horses than did Montgomery tho difference in favor of tho former county boing 1208 per head Now if thoso reports aro made upon a proper estimate and wo presume thoy aiv for every man must swear to tho valuo of his stock it is clearly dem Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i I i i New Goods Low Prices DRY GOODS LADIES FURNISHING GOODS COLORED DRESS GOODS PLAIN PLAID and STRIPED TR1CO ATS all colors ELEGANT LINE OF LADIES AND MISSES NEW MARKETS and CLOAKS HOSIERY GLOVES FLANNELS all prices uud all qualities SITAWL8 SHIRTS BLANKETS JEUSEYS ETC Mew Goods Low Prices CLOTHING FINE SUITS ENGLISH MELTONS DIAGONALS WORSTED and CORKSCREW SUITS Hand Made BOOTS SHOKs Of all descriptions CASHMERES HATS AND CAPS OF ALL KINDS TRUNKS AND VALISES COMPANIONS ETC ETC OVERCOATS itinr tid i -- lK UNDERWEAR I am starting this season with over 1000 dozen of all the staple and standard makes of Merino Cashmere Camels Hair etc and will retail single garments for ladies men and children lor less than other and smaller dealers in this Â¬ MENS BOYS CHILDRENS it 1 ir fe Effi- New Goods Low Prices I town have to pay jobbers for samo qual- Â¬ 37tf ities New Goods Low Prices - Tho Worulorful Prophot Wo publish tho following riddle by request aud will wager a ginger cako that not onetenth of tho Bible readers can solvo it To bo seen at West Chester near Now York a strange and wonderful prophet whoso generation was before tho Ho was not tho creation of Adam Wandering Jew nor tho son of Noah nor the old Lovite nor John tho flautist for ho was certainly before them all The Scriptures mako mention of him particularly in St Murk St Luke and St John So wo may bolicvo that ho is no impostor IIo nover lay upon his mothers breast Ilia beard is such as uo man I To goes barefooted like a overwore gravo friar Ho wears no hat in winter or summer but often appears with a crown upon his head His coat is neith Â¬ er knit nor spun silk nor hair linen nor woulen Ho is a teetotaler J To prefers Ho is an humble dwelling to a palace very watchful Ho sleeps not in a bud but sits iu a singular kind of a chair with his clothes on Ho waii with Noah iti the ark and was alive at tho crucifix Nearly all tho world hear him Uo ion once preached a short sermon which con- Â¬ vinced a man of his sins aud caused him to weep most bitterly Though ho never rides on horseback ho is iu somo respects equipped as horsemen arc Ho is an advocate for early rising though ho never retires to bed His prophecies are so true that tho moment you hear his voice you may know what is apÂ¬ WANT YOUR PATRONAGE BALDRiDGEBestHbGANAWGa English Manufacturers and of Stcl Circular Long S V -- V onstrated that the pauper mountain counties produco a better grado of slock than the pampered counties of tho blus grqs which if systematically pursued will soon relievo us of tho stigma of pau perism On tho other hand if tho ic ports aro not correct somebody lias resorted to perjury and helped to make us paupers If pauper counties pay moro tax than thoso reported prosperous the roason of our poverty is apparent Head this tabic Tho left column represents tho prido of tho Stato and the column on tho right indicates wo paupers 1101131 Â¬ LEATHER AND GUM BST1NC Our Clrculur Sivs Mmul ut tho linil ol tho iwvrkot on thrir mprS In vnrfemnnjihln touihniKfl anil otuttifify of tuittt iicd tniahtyof irool Alio a tall lino of l ronuh IJimil Siiws In sUkU ii our on hiniortution LARGE CIRCULAR SAWS A SPECIALTY Woik fully warrnnlod and ut Itook Bottom Prices Sonri for 1 Also Doalerd in Files Glimmers Swages Emery Wheels Â¬ rlco last witli Beut DiccounN fc F Day Ilnzcl Grcn Ky for msvwork or 8av br J JffAll onlers bent repair Will bo promptly forwnrdctl to ut and will have our ijest attention rnyUy 7 Vhne ami 8Si Water to T mnwwwi iiimiiiwmiih Streets mimmummVvm CSWOSKKATB fcWMTm O MIHIWWHIII mm miimmm-- wvirr 9nrw iiviwirrtvwii Assessed Value 1807 Uourbon 4821 Hcolt 1852 Jcfisutntno Madison 4701 Morccr 13ii 45011 Montgomery Until 3015 Hhclby Mason ABnc88ed Wolfo Value 5155 5111 6007 t Letcher Magoffin i 3905 Piko 4310 Owfclov Nicholas 4353 llrontnitt Again if tho assessors and tho citizens in thoso counties complied with tho law Piko county will houcoforth bo looked upon as tho finest mulc produciug county in tho Stato for wo find that sho raised and reported to tho assessor a class of uiuloo valued at 7509 per head while Hath county did not produco any above thoavorago of 402Sa difference of 0511 in favor of tho Piko product Thus it wilt ho seen that a mule produced in a paupor county is worth nearly as much as two raised on blue grass and that tho Clark Lee Menefoc 3939 Morgan Flovd llai lin 4901 5503 4102 5145 5732 5801 5145 f30 125 hands arrived hero yesterday and will make thintra lively for awhile again Capt Davens has not arrived here yet hut is expected every day Wm Dolnnd who was shot some time since aud was thought to ho fatally in- Â¬ jured is speedily recovering Miss Mollie B Winpo who was very ill witli pneumonia is slowly recovering Wm M Cecil ia very low with pneu- Â¬ monia JEW tefc tfm S tpS3 ii j If R3 HAZEL aRBBN SDSNTUOKY - fe E II Scott left for Belfast yesterday Dot proaching 1 ii mmwawwwwim Largest Stocky tk 1 i wm wm iiiw ffimummm mmi wyn k tit ti fe fen iMi i6jli6 4 A 4 Lowest Prices Now who is this prophet and what doth ho foretell LOUIS STIX CO paupor county therefore pays nearly twico as much tar in proportion to tho number raised as tlw pampered county Now with charity for all and malice to Â¬ ward none wo assymo that tho assessors report in all thoso counties was on tho jworn statements of tho stock raisers which shows tho paupor counties to bo tho producors of tho finest stock Thou stock men of tho Stato should locate hero But if somebody has lied then tho reason of our poverty is plain and wo hopo thoso papora which aro contiuu ally oryiug out pauper counties will toll tho reason why lloro is tho mule Road Tho Doath Roll WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Which tho hills of mortality of any largo oily may hu fitly designated and you will find that renal and vesical mal- Â¬ adies that is to say thosu that aflect the kidneys or bladder havo a remarkable prominence wo had almost said pre jVNB ponderance Brights disease and diabetes m tho chronic stage aro rarely cured and gravel catarrh of tho bladder and enur esis slay many Yet at tho outset when tho trouble merely amounts to inactivity of tho organs involved tho danger may THIRD DACE b UNI01T STREETS bo nuliliod by that pleasant renal tinio and diuretic llostettera Stomach Bitters which imparls tho rcmiistte amount of uGly tono to tho organs witnout over exciting them aud tho use of which is convenient and involves no elaborate preparation Dyspepsia a usual concomitant of renal complaints and debility which they in variably produco are remedied by it malarial rheu Â¬ So also are constipation matic and nervous ailments m Â¬ 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 E BAY nOtf WTOWWRHETTS Â¬ lOTIOS Cincinnati WHOLESALE A Young Wife Said to her Husband My dear of I dreamed Inst night tliit you wore an Angel What io that a sign RHA1YKSCO Â¬ tablo HULKS Rourbon Suolt Jufminino MndiBOU Keroor Clark Montgomery Bath Wolfo 5180 Lotchor 0010 Magoffin 5405 Harlan 0002 Floyd 6277 Ljo 4028 Munufuo 4071 Morgan 554U 0340 you expect to niakeOCmis or wedding and do si rd nnvLhuitr In thu leweh v or fiilvorwarc line we think wo can make ft miorcaiin iu any now vc inivn piaui substantial coodrf fancy urtialcs nud novel lien and will sell for a very small profit as wu can duplicate them beloro Xmus Ood watches and diamonds ut prices no one cun duplicate Otis W Snidor tlm manufacturWrite for ing jowolor Lexington Ky prions 53G0 7113 TIIIUINIA 5777 Special Correspondence iirivqftiitfl If A foul stomach was hia unpoetic anavrer Pcoplo who hayo no such pleasant night visions and nwako feeling sw though thoy liaa had no rest nerves nil unstrung wondering What on oarth ia the matter with mo would better tako somo simple treatment in TIME Persona will neglect themselves and put off treatment until their health is gone What would you think of the authorities of a great city with itu miles of sewerage to take away tho filthy accumulations of streets and alleys allowing tho uewcrage to clioko up and spread contagion and poisonous gasca from decaying matter to blight that city bv disease let your course is just as UNWISE Tho human body is well provided with all that is necessary to carrying off the unclean and you alow it accumulate and decompose bringing ull manner of ills to tho ilesh An old Chinese proverb is Keep your foot warm your head cool and your bowels open Mako a memorandum of this and try it aud if you dont keep well thcro ia no truth in the world Will do the business for vou Sold and guaranteed bv J ft it F DAY Hazel Green Ivy J M PIKRATT it I3UO EzpI Ky J ALVEFSYS L8TTLE IJVEK PILLS J N VAUGHN Campton Ky And all General Storca in Eastern Kentucky IliUHIMIII1 - Â¬ No 29 Vine Street CINCINNATI Spenour Coorcn Ouas M rjiww aOly Wholly Mason Nicholas 5060 PlUo 5220 Owsley 4731 Urunthitt Last Ckdah Bluff Va Jan 5437 5245 Friday morning at 4 oclock tho family 8957 circle of llobt o Wingo was suddenly Mips Avn a bright sweot gitl 0305 broken 12 76 39 FAI1RM II C Herxdon 3 FALLEN 3 Los w H B FRESH8 b h I J1L AND CLBAJH mwwm i Ii 0492 5370 just budding into womanhood was taken COOPER HEflNDON on Sunday night with fatal dis- vorv ill easo Wo arc in receipt of tho first Dumber of tho Iinovillo Messenger with Edwin 0 CoLftAtf a editor and manager It m chock full of nowsof that section and wo clip vary largely from it this week tot which wo hopo Col Colgan will frdon ua Its tho first whack wo havo had at a Boll county paper and Us con- Â¬ tents wore really bo templing that wo ft auld not forego tho pleasure Ho may 4mwpnTiix Ueram howovor foe any V MMOtiat ha wkhes and wo will thus jqtMU accounts mmmmmmsseammsae- MmdM Gouritr with Houtox Xmmmftti hdm was launched W ML i A WiWMi will fill a loDflt want K -- Sho suflerod much iu S GENERAL S four days aud iu tho morning of tho fifth just as the darkness waa giving way to the brightness of tho day all that was mortal of Avn Wingo was forsakon by her immcrtal smrit basking iu tho buu 4 tfhlnu ot that glorious day which knows no night received its shining crown from HAZEL GREEN KY hor bolovtid Savior A glorious revival of religion is now riavo a e vera l thounund acres of lino timin progrtrts at this place conducted by ber mineral and farming lunda in Wolfo Kova O M Johnson and O MoNioU and adjoining counties for aula Wrilo for or twelvo ponilonta and four dcHcriptivo list aud terms Somo converiionn st night Tho erica of in IPRAIMTCIXN nory the ahouts of Gods people nud tho wariitiir voices of tlio ministers made tho welkin ring which shook tho very wiudovM t heavnu and Goda prcsouco was felt Visibly did tho audience Vrovo 103 riHO Stretl Hnelnnatl OKU that God hath powor on earth to for ALLISON A SMITH Will contlnuo The mcoting give iiu Ttt typ on which tht pnpr H prtBU4 U frnk brain fovor -- fail ageafe am now receiving New Goods and my stock of General Morchnndiso is now complete consisting of Dry Goods No tions Ladies and Gents Boots and Shoes Hats and Caps Queonsware Hardware Groceries Drugs Saddlery and a variety of articles loo numerous and too tedious to mention I Â¬ I propose to sell them Cheaper for Spot Cash than ever before known in this market JterCali on me and you can Save Big Money Ill divide proiits with you Â¬ Qa ra rura siwmi jr iw ftstn tn TYP KwroR O W HOWE WHOLESALE DEALER IN 2 KENTUCKY WHISKIES Mountain Brandy aad Main Street MT STERLING KY Tho railroad ia opeglug ug fmb Uatvti fMUHtrr kal i cr IOfc Has a larger simulation in tho mountains oj llastera Kentucky than any paper in the utc and merchants and olbern wishing o wcurc tho trado of Eastern Kentucky will Jind it THE HK8T ADVURTIQINO MBDfUM each subsequent insertion niuo and bamboo wliilo tho stops proper Standing AnvRRTisEMisxTtt arc made of Michigan whito piuo Tho 500 1 inches I yoarf 1000 stairway l inch 1 yoar complete wasboughtin Losing inches 1 year D00 6 Inches 1 year 1750 place at a cost inches 1 year 1200 0 inches 1 year 2000 tonKyand Bliiped to this of 2250 less than a very similar ono in atfSpecial rates on larger tadvertisements v tho residence of Hon J M Kash cost r nnn c i in Cincinnati Tho stairway in Mr long time lor S3Marriage and death notices free tri- Â¬ Roses new building is from tho woll Son papa and butes of respect and obituaries C cents a known firm of F Bush stairway in tho handsomo new residonco of our esteemed fellow citizen John M Rose called at our oflico and invited us to tako n poop at tho olcgnnt stairway uud trimmings which wo did on Satur- Â¬ day last Tho ncwnl post is black wal- Â¬ Advertising Rntao nut inlaid with white ash tho hand rail Tiff Transient advertisements 75 cents an is black walnut and tho balusters white inch firt insertion 25 cents an inch for ash ami tho ornamental work is whito THE a ft EliixIjD Lexington Men You May Tie To Goo Rico wlio lial iustpuC TrtiuT CHAPPED HANDS AND FACE OUTS BURNS SORES FROST BITE TftADKMAWK DFRMATINF NO 0740 j DiPTHEBIA SKIN DISEASES Sold by all Merchants If your at 35 Cents a Bottle CO Hnc Anuouncempnts of candidates for 10 County offices State or District offices 5 calls on persons to become Candidates and their answers 5 cents a lino Payable invariably in advanceHo name will be entered upon tho -Subscription Book until paid for and all subscriptions are stopped tit expiration of tlmo paid for notice of which will on the be indicated by a cross mark margin in front of your name A prompt renewal ouly will insure its continuance SPENCER COOrElt iwtiimiMiwTsifMiiiimjinii mwimw Miirnu S - Â¬ X SON HE SELLS CHEAP HARDWARE QUEENSWARE STOVES TINWARE CUTLERY WRRLIHG KY j31C tuvrVttauBUTntniiiuuiivxKvnftiiTiLvivm t VT1A ml I mTI rrnrtTl AINU TUIMX H iW Look out for tlic Red W Cross on your paper It denotes that your time Is up and unless renewed at bnoo the paper will stop comiii There was no mail camo to this place from Mt Sterling Saturday The boys of tbe Llazol Green Academy iiavo organized a private debuting club Speaking every Friday night To every person who will Bend ns 9 in cash and nine subsorinery we will sent v The IIkkalo one year free the lirrhimn thin town has secured thi contract for redding the new court house at Campton Tnt Clarc- rod man Mr CooperDear Sir Jan 3 Bttva Under exposure to cold winds rain I received a copy of Tin ITeuajd and bright light or malaria may bring on it gives satisfaction Send it to mo for inflammation and soreness of tho eyes six months and to John O Spencer Dr J II McLeans Strengthening Kyo Campton for six months tor which find Salvo will subdue tho inflamnliou cool 100 I am going down to Oregon in and sootho tho nerves and strengthen about threo mouths That is tho roasou weak and failing oyo sight 25 cents a for not taking it tho full term I nm box Sold by G B Swango llazol going to school and dont know that Ill have tlmo to writo a lottor to you You Green seem to think that your county lacks Ill just say one thing I helped ty Rov S X Swim mo of Campton settlers wheat lust fall which averaged Wolfo county who has been ovangolizing to thresh in Monaco Montgomery aim nownu sixty fivo bushels to tho acre more wheat counties passed through town last week than ono person raises back there If on has way to Harlan county to tako you want to hear from this county you chargo of tho Mount Pleasant Mission will lmvo to givo mo ruoro encourage- Â¬ of tho Kentucky Conferanco of tho M ment E Ohurch South Mr Swimmo is an Our readers will remember that wo told Mr Spencer wo feared to publish honored member of tho Art preservative fraternity and paid the Messenger offico his letters of tho wondors of that county viit during his stay in townr Pine for fear our people would all go out wile Mowcnger Mrs Mary Greeuwado of thia phee lias b3on confined to her room for two Roliablo Mt STtorllng Mon wceksbeing too ill to attend to her house It may not be cenerallv known but hold duties S M Braun of Mt Sterling as a jobber sold more goods since ho began to Tom nail of this county was disfran has advertise in The Herald than any man chised and fined 50 by the Circuit court in his lino of business in Eastern Ken now in H0sion for soiling his vote at the tucky and his transient trade has stead November election 1SSG no tout us uuho tacts ily lncreaseu himself but ono secret of his success is Cecil recently living in this viGeo and has the goods that he cinity is now located at Grassy in Mor and tho advertisesback then his advertised up prices to gan county and wo commeud him to his Give him a trial when you new neighbors as worthy of every confi- assertion want anything in his line dence Co of Art SterChiles Thompson When nature falters and requires help ling have almost completely driven out recruit her enfeebled energies wjth Dr J competition on goods and nearly every II McLeans Strengthening Cordial and mountain dealer now buys groceries from Blood Purifier 100 per bottle Sold this wel known firm So much for square dealing and straight goods and now that by O B Swango Ilazel Green they have employed C D Sublett of See tho new advertisement of Notice Salyorsville as their traveling man there Travelers People generally will regret is every reason to believe they will scoop that the gentlemen owning tho hack lino the swag The Sentinel Democrat says O D Sublett of Salyervillo are forced to abandon it but those who of him know the condition of our roada are aware a son of Hon D D Sublett has ac cepted a position with Chiles Thompson of the necessity for doing so Co and will travel for them this sea- Â¬ Frequently accidents occur in the son This firm has a large and rapidly household which cause burns cuts increasing trade in tho mountain counsprains and bruises for use in such cases ties and it is nothing more than just Dr J n McLeans Volcanic Oil Lini- that they should have a mountain boy ment has for many years been tho con to represent them and if young Sublett stant favorito family romedy Sold by lias any of the popular ways ot tho out he will prove a paying invest- m an G B Swaujio Hazel Green We wish him success and extend ment romoved him a hearty wclcomo to Mt Sterling John Campbell Jr recently from thia place to Clark county whoro A Volco From Texns he will mako his borne on the farm of a Â¬ Mr Prcwitt To the latter no recom HnTOiiiNS Tkxas Jan 12 1888 mendation is necessary but to those who Editor IIazki Gurkn IlRitAln do not know him so well wo can say ho Dear Sir I herewith hand you P O ia an honest upright citizen a8 true as M order for 100 subscription for your feteol to a friend ITaziu Guekn IIkuau of which lam simply prmd Tho ILvzrh Gkhrn II kin r Thousands of people eufler with back ALi is tho best local paper in Kentucky ache not knowing that in most cases it or any other Stato known to me and I U a symptom of diseased kidneys and take and rend many of thpin Surely liver which piasters and lotions cannot the people of Kentucky and especially lieal Tho best and safest remedy is Dr North Eastern Kentucky should liberally J IJ Mc Lofts Liver and Kidney Balm patronize that paper it is an honor and 100 per boitlo Sold by G B fc wango credit to tho Stato much loss Hazel Green and tho portion of tho Stato it llazol Green so well represents and in which it is Wishing you that success you W E Childers of Berry Harrison located county has been yisitiug friends hero so woll deserve and that your section and returned homo Tuesday aceoinpiui may boou bo blessed with railroads 1 am yours truly ied by his Histor Mr Childors expects Wm Little to mako his homo in tho future near our town and we congratulate tho com- Â¬ Geo Spencer writing from Pullman munity in tho prospect of tho addition Whitman county Washington Territory of fco valuable a citizen Â¬ stairways c c All who deal with them can save money and Mr Rice who has dealt with them for several years says that no firm in Kentucky or elsewhere is more conscientious and scru- Â¬ pulously honcit All who have dealt with them during a business career of many years say tho samo thing and it will therefore be safe for any one to buy of them If you aro thinking of build- Â¬ ing send to them for an estimate In this connection wo wish to call attention to two or threo other firms in Lexington with which it would pay the people of tho mountains to deal if they want reliable goods at low prices C F Brower Sc Co haudle a greater variety of furniture carpets wallpaper window shades c than any houio south of Mason Dixons line and will meet Cincinnati prices on every article thoy sell Louis Gus Straus the leading clothiers of Lexington have tho largest clothing establishment in Eastern Ken tucky and sell clothing and gents furnishing goods at prices which they defy competitors to duplicate and we bespeak for them a share of your patronage Otis Snyder the jeweler has a long time since established the fact that no man in his lino of business in Eastern Kentucky can compete with him in quality of goods or low prices and he is deserving of your patronage In conclusion we think it would pay all the merchants of Lexington to advertise in The Herald and it would then pay the people to patronize them Never spend nionev withiniwui who does not advertise that is if you want to buy goods cheap Â¬ Â¬ brother of our better seventeen twenti eths They stand at the head of tho list for promptness and reliability and wo respectfully commend them to all who wish to purchaso doors sash blinds Â¬ Storo Keeper will not ordor it sond 30 conts to us mid wo will forward it by mail CHILES THOMPSON CIvoThom A Mt Sterling Ky trjBKZXtMXKKiSh Chancol That is to say your lungs Also all your breathing machinery Very won- Â¬ derful machinery it is Not only tho lanrer air nassaircs but the thousands of little tubes and cavities lcadiug from them When theso are clogged and choked with matter which ought not to bo thero your lungs can not half do their work And what they do they can not do well Call it cold cough croup pneumonia catarrh consumption or any of tho family of throat and nose and head and lung obstruotionsall aro bad All ought to bo got rid of There is juat ono suro way to get rid of them That is to tako IJoscheos Gorman Syrup which any druagist will sell you at 76centsa bottle Even if everything else has failed you you may depend upon this for certain Capt Co IJ MsiAjataij fa John Jay Diokoy A A ftiAJlVELOUS MUKM IHVEHTICU t M Prinolpnl Â¬ Â¬ The eighth sctni iuiniuil session of this in stitution will open MONDAY Jan 0 1888 Tho capacious now building whoso archi- Â¬ on his winter tourof the mountains with a fine line of samples and will visit Pine ville shortly Capt ltoberts is too well known to the trade to need any introduc tion or endorsement by tho Messenger He is a veteran of thoroad and a Napo leon of trade and his character for fair dealing towers as high as the tallest peakB of the Pine Mountain Pincvillo Mes senger Tin HriiALD can endorse every word of the above and all in this section who know the Captain and their name is legion will vouch for tho truth of what the Mebsengor says Tho children lovo him the citizens like him and the mer Â¬ chants buy of him Â¬ E Iioberts with Carter Uros wholesale dry goods Louisville is tectural beauty and interior completeness have been so universally admired will bo roadv for occupancy A corps of COMPKTKNT THACUEUS will bo ready to give instruction in tho com mon school and higher branches and in music and pninsim Special attention will be given to tho train ini of teachers The past record of tho school ia its best guarantee for its future work Hoard and tuition reasonable For full particulars calMipon or address the principal at JaokHon Ivy Â¬ ISO VAIN VAluOtlAllUrottrTfgriippltnv TtgtnfUm o ttlbu Wui MtrtrlcUjr una HnrnMltm Diluted luita K M0r llxfore Tor Ilnllng lie atfk WnwftRono wnrfAro nirAlnst jiivilrlann or tho nvMilenI lrntfrnitv ircnorallv TIiiifiiiiiirniriL 13 fulmwils latvoruul wo drnro to nhl Litem in plulilnrciuixillnrjr menus for nrlng thiMoV VMM lit ntMt IlhvOchUl UilVlulpq n ll tilnmfu lintMnM m turriii mm ucw ntuiir o 100 wnun our April anrfHiiiiiuotnpnnfvreamrnveryiiliiinx KniwfitL wo rlnm for llitimiin ltltiitriril iMnwfv oni nri jri cuUintsufioriiiotlcUioshAvofuOul to uivoreUur A hr GtiiK AITLiHES CLASSIFIED FSAfiNnfilft IMaOLRfooolHootmicl Itself P3flfcMPTG WrjISTLETO forliiMiiltwlrt WIG A MBS MARY NICKELLS li ku jian ciiui jiRiniuroin uim renu torcirvuiar kwJJJlrik 3 U unlfr 8rrrh Hnil lnn otiuklo tmrt forcii oulars RWflHCTFn PI 5BPJNQ PAP BT2 U l mimiii im uiMiUMlJiat iiviiiiiikiiii fiTunimTK I u lrit 94 iitMH 1 UHUUIUt kuoitu ciu iiiuy iuiui ucmi ior SELECT SCHOOL Tho undersigned will begin sohool in Ezol Morgan county MONDAY JAN 2 1888 which will continue live mouths and she kindly solicits a liberal patronago from all ia lct MAG hip illncrtso oi itt ncurnlaria or 1irpuinn itjco to cuiii aoau buo or um MAQXETiS CAP for 7JAfiilCS30 0 rC wmi lttrrntiw trenOmoti uiKiiwu a in trtiuuird lvo rollof itrm lte dtirrli m 111 hli raO S2TO sJf JELSS altoot wuliouiu lUiu3 homl Fijtil fur cIixuJais worn liminiluti ttena Faculty Mrs Mary Nickrll Qonoral Literature Mrs Anna J Fields Instrumental Music Primrry Department Intermediate c Languages Music Board per week TiniMS o if friends of education Â¬ wiii11 itif uwiMne una ixstoro to naurM tlr linntin utoi llico S2 encuuy tnail Huiai kneo BtniirtrjlaUliirtf SlitUSjiClf ill iiriculciM Vu porAons wild vuuk2i Aiuy proxcui mm enro com nieumautm iunir 11 ur thrqot trovtWcB unil pa iIkl pnuiiinunlrt for oJrcumrj rUK itfstl Lirrh ltlco C bciul inotilulj lion Pr mWMZSMto H tuition 0 25 7 CO 8 75 THROAT OHIELDR ourrt tiiui Ihiunt anil Lnnulfltli A to olccutlnnMtx imliile niionVurs mtii siur f or Titer etieiiKtlien tlto vtcsl conli rtttii prevent i lioMi iiMb tciul for circular Iiloo31 iRcUbyl ninUklCVlll JVIV4 UI4W U 15 00 1 CO ItVV Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and while the roads aro had we will not run our hacks from Jtothwell to llazol Green but we have fitted up our stable at llothwell and are prepared to CONVEY PASSENGKUS HORSE RACK TO ANY POINT THEY WlStt TO GO Wo have also employed a man to givo his entire at temporary Mt Sterling Gazette tontiou to the caro and feeding of Btock loft in our care Our prices will bo found as Any and everything that can be exe low as the lowest thero cuted with new type first class presses and to N IJ Whcuoutlay is a sufficient number justify the and tho roads permit finu paper in tho hands of skilled mechanRespectfully ics may bo had at this oflico at less than wo will lurnish conveyance RINGO TAllOIt city prices It will pay any man in Eastern Kcniurky to got his printing at TnK Hicu ald oflicc Send for estimates and 6tate exactly what you want Â¬ The hundreds of friends of Rev ncn ry L Nave pastor of the First Presby- Â¬ terian church in this city will learn with rcgretof thoterribloatlliction which has over taken him Last Saturday night while engaged in writing ho sud Â¬ denly became totally blind in his right oyo and as tho blindness continues his friends arc very anxious about him His physicians pronounces it paralysis of the optic nerve Mr Navoleft yesterday for Cincinnati to consult an eminent occulist Wo sincerely hope his aflliction is only Address Mas MAltY F NICKELL OflPP TlWIPFS ft tOjitl fiH nlfitlni VttlUiUl kllVMIIWI 9 hy inuil LOCINS for ffont riieumn S6AGNETI6 mni tamo eK fmitr HOriMi niuli Tliceci IcKClnt tfivu neiuirw unitfiliin Tarl bu Turtttl tiralMit for tltelr nudlcul iiiiAlltii n ana tor tlio oakowltlt hlch tlttyvro wont IVIco OSrneh 1 - h iml mho of let around calf anil nnki BSAGMETICPAffJilPJfiMyPfSSSfill URING THE WINTER SEASON tmtlon kiilnoy miu liver troiiblo Oiilckly romovcHttl mm imparls wimuor nitrraciiiii tmiimr 10 inaios rononn fill tlpor to th vfliolo body of ncidniuiwy VI iiiliishthI irionireu ttee ou power wiihiiki mora H a vnittiiblp ooitipanloti rrlcoCScMHliymullitolV J paid Lonil forcltcultrs wltliout ntedlcino 1 in lit the dlennii ItinUt jtei voitii Iclillll lumltAiro littnrrnl debility rlieitmatlKmiiamlytiltiiiaurAltrU nolallci di loiuni of tho kldneya torpid llrer win lnul om8ioii3 impoteney ttenrt uIimi cyrpi Ofln fata ttif1tirrhllui lisiiilfi ii ninftllH TllInN- fltt freo lrlco of Hull vltli Mncnntto IifR eulutun uolcillio Kmd mciisiiroof wiilot tuidiilioof uiool worn Send for circular lowiarr PQKETIO SffitfflrRfcSf euro Â¬ TRANSYLVANIA PniNTING tJuuiinlnin ttcuraltrm ttorvoui oxlinurtlondy pcpila or wlllt tllencof tbolherlcldnoyshend ucliM orcolil Hflt Iftino buck fKllltiK of tint woml luti irrlin ii elirotilD Inllniiiitintioii of tlio womb Iltl Alxlomlnnl bolt and a pair of Magnetic Toot Dfttlut J lenliuviiitoiiiiirrlors In tlio tullrf and nurnofallN tbefo coiniilnitits Tltov carry a powerful iniiACf nttlo fiiren to Uioieatof tUodfremti lrlcni llcfv J ab with MnKiiotlo Foot llattcrles 810 Dent by UJIIirit73 O OU nnd examination allowed or by mall on receipt of iirico in ordorliiif tend incnturo of walttand Uio of tltoc MAGNETIC figfjlfe WBJIR Â¬ Â¬ Thero has been a protracted meeting in progress at the Christian Church at this place for two weeks conducted by Revs Erb and Downing During tho services the church received six addi tions two by letter and four by baptism The meeting closed Inst evening Â¬ STEAM 51 COMPANY East Main St Lexington Ky FINE BOOK AND JOB Â¬ Herod Patrick an inlluential and re Â¬ spected citizen of Mngoflin county died at his homo at Iiloomiugton in that county aged sixty two years Sam Kemn the irrepressible gavo U3 tho news hut did not tell us the day or tho cause of his death Of Every Description on short notice f O Wedding Invitations Letter Headings 0 tVOrdcr direct throiiRJi your DruiJirlvK fltyiyfeUn pitllihr of thU I aiur APPMANOn co IllE MAONimO Ht 101 JHaruorn Cbleatrs V riierul Store Ucvlcr or Uinnili tho tilAiiiiuIiu fjr latlfes nnd Keiiiluinoit lunllf lirfiiitii rhftiniiNllim trmit- ImiihArrfi tinrrtlwhla bronoliltli lunir dicoiivo nnd olfidr eomplalnts f wltluli biidlnthOKkillof ottrliotpliyftlebwi Irlcai DlIHI IIIIH9IIK1 01 cnchif 9 nnill Willi IMMMl bunt nnd wutit 1ertoni living at adlntMitco who can not consult ui In person should iIto a clear ntnteiuutit of their til iiicuiticit by jetiur nud vo i will ilusltfiiuto tin kind of iMibllnnciJ rnaiilrcd In each eato to clluct a enrn Ht nil your addrem for I tho Nciv Ucnarttiro in Medical Treatment With out Mndlclne it wit It tlioimnmb of tettimoitlaU TheMiiKnutlo lannontB ato ndiptnl to all nrw nm wont over tho undorclothuii inot noittotlto LnIVrtnlu nnd oU ctrla iiumbtiirn advertised to oxlftinlviily nnd should bo tttUen uf ntnlglit They hold their iKiwerfuruvortunlara wont uv mi auusonaui tna year - fl c aacWv7 ii nati Enquirer oie year for only strikes us that this is tho best combination yet made and if it hits you tho samo way Of all kindH done with neatnesa nnd send us 200 in cash and you will got both patch papers for Xwolvo months tf William and Robert llyrd charged with burning the court house at Camp Â¬ ton were tried at the present term of the Wolfo circuit court and acquitted Mrs Frank Tyler and Mrs John Davis aro both on the sick list Tho former is threatened with fever and tho latter has au affection of tho throat The Herald and tho Weekly Cincin- Â¬ 200 It Book Binding BookA 15 PUBLIC SALE FOR dla- - Blank 0 Manufacturers J T DunlapHWG - Fr eight Storage will sell for cash in hand on SATURDAY Jan J8 1888 tho following goods remaining uncalled for W Taulbcc 2 pkgs need wheat J J Watson 1 numll pkg D b Allen 1 box drugs I M VnnnrHdell 1 pkg n II Combs Son 1 box rope Vnrd llollon boes h h goods Dii rope Ao David Banks J II Sewoll 1 huudlo ropo 1 R IW Itv Taijou Agent for Ky S KKlEniJNOK F Day llitzel Qrcen Barrett J Ii DunlapJ DUNLAP BR0S1C0 J OONSIONKU 0HAHOIW 7G Id- 250 10 o n i Our Jackson lottor irrivod too Into for publication in this itsuo but wo think a part of it will keep for next week The indications aro that wo will lmvo Bonio SADDLERY HARNESS ETC AND DICALKU3 IN Wholcanlo Manufacturers of 200 lGO 126 80 B0 2C- - hoft wenthor SADDLERY HARDWARE 728 and 730 LIVERY SALE AND W Main St LOUISVILLE ICY BOD NUNNELLY uJOly box driirjH J F Cope 1 paekngo A A Little 1 box clothing R A Childcrn 1 package Kaiii Cole 1 Stamper Kondrick 1 package J II King 1 package - 300 SO- 260 25 prReprc3cntcd by A J Ilargis 1 box ropo Oliver 1 package wheat Z Campbell I package A J E Jones M 1 Box J II rope Ac 20O 12T- 21JAS - v rolinaratrloklbox J04t 7 Exchange Bank of Kentucky Rothwel ll Kys - good middle nnd harness horses and vehicles I rcHpcctlully solicit the publlo patronago I will feed horses by the nlngln feed day week or month and tako pleasure in giving fill stock entrusted to me cspcolal attention fjrHordCs bought And sold on commission and will drive horses to harness for all All charge rea Â¬ who desire my service Â¬ Capital Stock 100000- HAZEL GREEN KY SURPLUS IO4l4aO W A myaclf with HAVING FITTEDprovided FIRS CLABS nnd Does a general banking buslncs aacl is the only bnnk in the oity that sells Foreign Exchange Prompt attoBtlos given to the collection of debts and tbe patrenage of the people of the Hiouataln counties is especially no- J O T1UMRLE lrwldvDt lieited LSHLIE THOMSON Cathfer MT iTKRLIMO KY PEED STABLE KHTAiirrsiiur in isse wA707 7 WORD WITH Harbison Su CathHjhtp COLLAR tr MAI SADDLERY 8TKRET 7HW LOPIgVIILB KY in HAItNEfrAND tbereED sonable and latlsfaetloB guaranteed J U riERATT 2ttf TnK H nERALD only 100 n tm mw k tie tim tu BHWriV mryxww I If V T m ynv fvvjjy v t RmH AaawM lsyA in sl i r flftfr RECREATION v Ennocont Athletic Amusomonts Should Not be Disoouragod Mlrlli ami Music Bhoulit Alio unci lit Kvrry llomr Rut tho Spirit or Chrlntlnntilnirlty DeWItt Talmaf e I D 1 Khoiild Hover Over Alt Sermou bjr Kev i 1 i k ST- 4 2ft SKI A Divine lilossing and direction Thoro woro throe thousand peopla as Â¬ sembled in tho Tomplo of Uagou They had como to jnnka sport of oyoloss Bnni on Thoy woro nil ready for tho ontcr tninmunt Thoy begun to clap and pound Impatient for tho ntnusoment to boglu nml thoy cried Fetch him out fetch him out Yondor I hoc tho blind old giant coming led by tho hand of a child into tho very inldit of Iho temple At his ilrst uppounuico thero goon up a shout or laughter and dorlslou Tho bllud old giant protends ho is tired and wauts to rest himsolf ngnlnst Iho pillars or tho house So ho snys to tho lad who loads him Show mo whoro tho main pi Hard aro Tho lad doos so Thon tho ntrong man puts his right hand on ono pillui and- his loTt hand on another plllur and with tho mightiest push that mortal ever made throws himself forward until tho wholo houso comes down in a thunder Â¬ ous crash grinding tho nudienea llko grapes in a wiuc prcss And so it camo to pass when tholr hearts woro merry that thoy said Call for Samson that ho may malco us sport And thoy called for Wamson out of tho prlson hotiso and ho annuo tuom BporL In othor words Thora aro amusement that nro destructlvo and bring down and death upon tho heads of those who practice them While thoy laugh uud cheer thoy dlo The threo thousand that perished that day in Oaza areas nothing compared with tho tons of thousands who hn va been destroyed by sinful amusomonts But tho othor text I huvo rend implies that thejo isa lawful uso of tho world ns well as an unlawful nbuso of It and tho diffetonco betwoeutho man Christian and the man un Chrlstiuu Is that in tho formor cano tho mun masters tho world whllo in tho latter caso tho world mastors him For whom did God mako this grand anil banutlftil world For whom this wondor- ful exportdlturo of color this graoo fulness of lino this mosaic of tho ground this fresco of tho sky this glowing frultago or orchard and vineyard this full orchestra nf tho tempost In which tho troo brunches Jlute and tho winds trumpet and tho thundors drum and all tho splondors of earth and sky como clashing their cym- bills For whom did God spring tho arched Uiridgo of colors resting upon huttrossos of broken starm cloudl For whom did lie tjnthor tho upholstory of tho llro around tho window of tho sotting sun For all wan but inoro ospeciully for his own dour children If you build a largo mansion and spread u great feast after It to celobrato tho com pletion of the structure do you allow strangers to oomo In and occupy tho place whllo you tin list jour own chlldron In tho Icltehou or tho barn or tho Holds Oh uo You say I am very glad to soo strangers In my mansion hut my own sous and daughters shall huvo tho ilrst right thero Now God has built this grand mansion of a world and Ho has spread u glorious fount in It and whllo thoso who aro stran Â¬ ger ft to Ills grace may como in I think that God especially intends to glvo tho advantage to his own children thono who nro tho sons and tho daughtors of tho Lord Almighty thoao who through graco can You Abba Father look up ami say cau not mako mo bollovo that God gives jrioro udvautugesto tho world than lloglvos to tho Church bought by Ills own blood If thercforo puoplo of tho world havo looked with dolorous sympathy upon thoso who make profession of rollglon and havo said Those now convorts nro going down into privation and into hardship Why did thoy not tarry a llttlo longer in tho world nud Jiave somo of its onjoymonts and amuso monts and rocrontionsl I say to such You aro greatly mismon of tho world taken and boforo I get through I will show that thoso pcoplo who stay out of tho Kingdom of God havo tho hardships and solf donlals whllo thoso who come in have the joys and tho satisfactions This morning in tho namo of the King of Heaven and earth I servo a writ of ejectment upon all tho sinful and polluted who huvo squatted on the domain of earth Â¬ ly pleasure as though it belonged to thorn while I claim iu behalf of tho goad uud the pure and tho true the otorual Inheritance which Ged has given thorn philanthropists Christian Hitherto -clerical ami lay have busied themselves chlelylu denouncing sinful recreations but X feel we havo uo right to stand bofore men and women In whose hearts there s a desire for recreation amounting to posi- Â¬ tive necessity denouncing this and that and the other thing whea we do not pro pote Ve glre theni something better God ikelplag me this morning and with refer Mr to my last aooount I shall eater upon m tMbere not usual in sermonising but a Wttyeei Wltak l tklHk uSBt to IreBt d t tkd Mute 1 propose row to lay before yau IMMiOC tke reoreatioaa which are not i7mMMetlhut positively kelpful aad dls--ast-Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Tr Tnlmngo pronchod Inst Sunday on Kecreiitlons Good and Uiul taking two toxts I Corinthians ch 7 v 01 Thoy that uo this world an not abusing it and Judge ch 10 v 23 And it canrt to pass when tholr hoiu ts wore morry thut hoy said Call for Simmon that ho muy mako us sport And tltoy called for 8am nonotitof tho prtaon houso and ho uiado thorn sport Dr Talmago said Wo are ontorlnjj tho gayost season of tVeyoar Tho winter opons beforo ub tho gates of u thousand amusements sonio of them good nud nonio or thoiu bad Ono of my texts will show you that ntnUHotuonts may ho destructive my othor text will show you that amusomoutfl may ho undor s was the bird so that tho earth might have tnuBio at tho start This world which beÂ¬ gan with so swcot a serenade U ilnally to bo domollshod nmld tho ringing blast of the archangols trumpot so that as thore was muslo at thv start thoro shall bo music at tho close While this heavoniy art has often boon draggod into tho uses of suporstltion and dissipation wo all know it may bo tho means of high moral culture Oh it is a grand thing to havo our children brought up umid tho sound of cult urod voices and nmld tho molody of musical Instruments Thero Is in this art an indescribable fascination for tho housohold Lot all of thoso families who havo tho moans to afford It havo fluto or harp or pi Â¬ ano or organ As soon ns tho hand is largo enough to compass tho koys touch It how to pick out tho molody Lot nil our young mon try this heavoniy Â¬ I iTumlmm k- - Ieomweud aaioagiaaawtio yooai ami Mm - intru iret thlHguereamJl have gone Into it fully havo found in it illlmltablo recreation and nmuHcmont from tho door to tho mnntlo and from tho Dark days Btormy nights soasons of slck carpot to tho celling Oh is thoro any ex Â¬ no83 business disasters will do tittlo hilaration likoascoroof genial souls iu ono toward doprostng tho soul which can gul room encli ono uddlng a contribution of lop off over musical koys or sour In jubilant his own individual morrimcut to tho uggro lay It will cure pain It will rest ratlguo gation of gonornl hilarity It will quell passion It will rovivo honlth Suppose you want to go abroad in tho It will reclaim dissipation It will city thon you will find tho panorama and strengthen tho immortal soul In tho bat the art gallery and oxquisito collections of tle of Waterloo Wellington saw that tho pioturos You will ilnd tho Metropolitan Highlanders woro falling back Ho said Musoum nud tho Historical Socloty Rooni3 Whut is tho matter thero Ha was told full of ruro curiosities and scores of places that tho band of music had consed playing which can stand pluinly tho test of what and ho called up tho pipers and ordnrod is right and wrong in amusothem to striko up an Inspiring air nud no monts You will ilnd tho looturing soonor did thoy Btrllco tho air than tho hall which lias boon honored by tho names Highlanders woro rallied and helped to of Agussiz in natural history Doromus in win tho day Oh yo who havo boon routed chemistry Boynton in geology Mitchell In tho conflicts of lifo try by the forco of In astronomy John B Gough In moral ro music to rally your scatterod battailous form anil scores and hundreds of mon who I am glad to know that In our groutcltles have poured tholr wit aud gouius and thoro Is hardly a night in which there aro ingenuity through that particular channel not concerts where with tho best musical upon the hearts aud consciences and im Â¬ instruments and tho sweetest voices poo aginations of mon setting this country plo may And entortnlumont Patron Izo ilfty years further In advance than it Huch entertainments whon thoy aro afford Â¬ would havo boon without tho lecture-- plat- Â¬ ed you Buy season tickets If you can form I rojoico iu the popularization of outdoor for tho Philharmonic and tho Handel and Haydn sociotios Fool that tho dollar and sports I hail tlio croquet ground and tho n half or two dollars that yon spoud for nsliormnns rod nnd tho aportsmnns gnu tho purposo of hoarlng nn artist play or In our cities life is so unhealthy and un- Â¬ sing Is a profitable luvostmont Lot your natural thut whon the census taker repre Stelnwny Hails and your Academies of sents a city us having four hundrod thou Â¬ Muslo roar with tin acclamation of appre sand inhabitants thore aro- only two hun Â¬ ciative audiences assombled at the concert dred thousand sluco it takes at loast two or tho oratorio mon to amount to ono mon so de Still furthor I commoud as worthy of pleting nnd unnerving and exhausting tnolr support tho gymnasium This Insti- Is this metropolitan lifo Wo wunt mores tution Is gaining in favor every yenr and fresh nir moro sunlight more of the 1 know of nothing moro free from dissipa abandon of field sports I cry out for it in tion or moro calculated to rocunorato tho bohalf of tho Church of God as wotl as in physical and mental onorgica While thoro bohalf of secular iutorests I wish thut nro a good many people who have employ- this winter our ponds and oiurrivors and ed this institution there Is n vast number our Cupitolino Grounds might bo all who aro ignorant of its excellence- - Thoro nqunko with the hool nnd tho shout of tho aro mon with cramped chest and wenk swift skator 1 wish that whon tho warm sides and despondent spirits who through weather comes tho graceful our might dip tho gymnasium might bo rotiHod up to ox tho stream and tho evonlng tido bo resoubranco and cxlilhirutlnii of life Thoro nro nant with tho boot mans song tho bright many Christian pooplu despondent from prow splitting tho crystalline billow Wo year to year who might through such nn shall havo the smooth ami grassy lawn ho institution boiicHttcd in their and wo will call out pcoplo of ail occupa- Â¬ and professions nud spiritual rotations Thoro aro Christian tions ask to join iu pcoplo who seem to think that it is n good them tho sport You will como hack these sign to bo poorly and because Itlchnrd Baxter and Ilohort Hall woro invalids outdoor exercises nnd rccroutions with thoy think that by tho sumo sickliness thoy strength m your arm and color iu your may como to tho sumo grandeur of ehamQj cheek ami a Hash In your oyo nncVcourago tor I want to toll tho Christian people Of in your heart In this great battlo that Is my congregation that God will hold you opening against tho kingdom of darkness responsible for your Invalidism If It fs your we want not only a consecrated soul but a fault and when through right cxorelso strong arm uhd stout lungs andi mighty and prudonco you might ho nthlctlcnnd muselo I bless God that thore-- aro so well Tho ofTcet of tho body upon tho soul many recreations thut havo not on thorn you acknowledge Put a man of mild dis any taint ofiniquity recreations In which posltion upon tho animal diet of which tho wo may engugo for tho strengthening of Indian partakes and iu a llttlo whllo his tho bodyr for tho cloarlng of tlio intel- Â¬ lect for tho illumination of tho soul blood will change Its chemical proportions Thero Is stilt nnothor form of rctircatlou It will becomo lileo unto the Mood of tho lion or tho tiger or tho bear while his dis- which I commend to you and that is tho position will chango and becomo ilorco pleasure of doing good I havo seen young cruel and uurolonting Tho body has n mon weak and cross aud sour andi ropoll ing in their disposition who lly ono powerful offoet upon tho sonl nro good people whoso Ideal of heavenly touch havo wukonod up and Thoro noavon nro nil shut out with clouds of to bocomo blessed and buoyant tho ground bacco smoko Thoro nro nooplo who daro undor their feot and tho Bky ovor tholr Oh to shnttor tho physical voso In which God heads breaking forth into music has put tho jewel ofntornlty Thoro aro says somo young man in tho houso to- Â¬ mon with great hearts and Intellects in day UI should litto that recreation above all others but I havo not tho moans My bodies worn out by tholr own neglects magnlllceut machiuory capable of pro dear brothor lot us tnko an uecount of You havo a largo os pelling a Groat Kustoru across tho Atlan- stock this morning tic yet fastened in a rickety North River tntc if you will only realize it Two hands propeller Martin Luther was ho mighty Two foot You will have porhapH during for God ilrst because ho had a nohle soul tho nextyear at lonst10 for charltablo con and secondly bocuuso ho had muscular tribution You will havo twontvr llvo hun dovolopcmont which would havo onnblod dred cheerful looks if you want to employ him to thrash any ilvo of his persecutors them You will havo Hvo thousand pious if it had boon Christian so to do aut words if you want to speak thorn Physical dovolopmont which morely Now what nn amount that is to startwithl iou go out to morrow morning nnd you shows itsolf iu fabulous lifting or In or In pugilis Â¬ soo a ousu of real destitution by tho way perilous ropo wulklug side on give him two cents Tho blind tic encounter excites only our contempt but wo confess to groat admiration for tho man hoars tho pounlc j rattle- In his hut man who has a groat soul In an athletic and ho says Thank you slir God bloss body ovory norvo bono and muselo of you I You pass down tho street trying which is consecrated to right uses Oh it to look lndlfforont but you eol from tho sooms to mo outfagoous thut man through very depth of your soul n profound satis mudo that man nogloct should allow tholr physical health faction that you go You on still further to go down boyond repair A ship which happy ought with nil sail set and ovory man at and Hud a poor boy with a wheelbarrow his post to lo carrying a rich cargo for trying to get it up on tho curbstone Ho eternity employing all its mon in stopping falls in tho attempt You say Stand You push it up loakago l Whon you may through tho back my lad let me try gymnasium work ott your spleon and your upon the curbstone for him and pass on quorulousnoss and one half of your phys Uo wonders who that well dressed man ical and montal ailments do not turn your was that holpod him You did n kindnoss to tho boy but you did a great Joy to your back upon such a grand medicament I commond to you u large own soul You will not got ovor It alt tho Still further week olass of parlor gntuoi and recreations On tho stroot to morrow morning you wuy of making our homes a Thoro is a hundredfold moro attractive than thoy are will seo u sick man passing along uAh now Thoso parents can not expect to you say what can I do to make this man koop their children away from ontaulo happy Ho certainly doos not wunt mouey Giro him dissipations unless they make tho domestic he is not poor but ho is sick circle brighter than any thing thoy can ono of thoso twonty fivo hundred cheorful find outaldo of it Do not thou sit in looks that you huvo garnered up for tho your homos surly and unsympatuotlo whole year Look joy and hopefulness look Into his soul It will thrill him through and wth a half coudomuatory bocause of the sportfulness of your and thoro will bo a reaction upon your own ohlldreu You were young once yoursolf soul Going n little furthor on you will let your children be young Bocause your come to the storo of a friend who is cm eyse are dim aud your ankles aro stiff do barrussod in business matters You will go What a Huo atoro you havo not donouuee sportfulness In those upon In and say whose eyes thoro is the Ilrst luster and In 1 think buslnoas will brighten up and whose foot there Is the bounding joy of ro- Â¬ you will havo more custom after a while bust health I thank God tuat ia our drawing-- I taluk thero Is coming a great prosperity You rooms and in our paiiwrs there are In Â¬ I to all the couutry xjoui morrlng numerable games and sports which have pass out You have helpod that young not upon them the leapt taint of iniquity man and you have helped yourself Aad LlgHt up all yoHr homes with In that algh t you go home you sit kV the uoeeat hilarities De aot sit down with Mre you talk a little you laugh a little ike rkuwfttisBi wtaderUg kow tke ekll4- - xeuMRgHlltllQ you ray I reallf doat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ art upon their nature Thoso who L Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ know what is tho matter with mo I ncvor I will toll folt so BplomJdly in my lifo what is the matter with you You spont only two cents out of tho ton dollars you havo contributed ono out of twonty flvo hundrod cheerful looks you havo givon ton 11 f toon or twenty of tho Hvo thou you aro words pleasant sund speak during tho yoar going to you havo with your own hands holpod tho boy with tho whcolbarrow and you fool In body mind and soul tho thrill of that recreation Which do you think wns tho s1 ttimt tin nttlnM t rr tf If I w UIUIIUl tin UlUIIIVI ittlin ort 1TUI his elbow on u tabto spread with nil ex- Â¬ travagant viands looking off at a dog on tho rug saying How I would like to chango places with him I bo tho dog nnd ho Colonol Gardlnor or thoso two Moravian missionaries who wanted to go into tho laznrotto for tho sake of attoudiug the sick nnd thoy wcro told If you go In thero you will novor como out wo novor allow nny ono to como out for ho would bring tho Thon thoy mado tholr wills contagion and wont in Ilrst to holp tho sick and thon to die Which was tho happier Colonel Gardiner or tho Moravian missionaries dying for others Was it all sacrifice whon tho missionaries wanted to bring the Gospel to tho negroes at tho Barbadoes and being denied tho privllogo sold thernsolvcs Into slavery standing sldo by sldo and ly ing side by sldo down in tho very ditch of suffering in ordor that they might bring thoso mon up to lifo and God and Heaven i Oh there Is a thrill in tho joy of doing goodl It is tho most magnificont rccroa Hon to which a mun over puts his huud or his houd or his heart But boforo closing I wunt to impress upon you that moro secular entcrtninmonts arc not u tit foundation for your soul U build on I was roading of a woman who had gono tho rounds of sinful amusement and she 1 will dlo to night camo to dlo Shosnid Oh they said Iguoss at six oclock I shall not yon dont soem to bo sick die at six oclock and my soul will bo lost I know it will be lost I havo sinned away my day of groeo Tho noon came Thoy desired toscek religious counsel Oh she suld it is of no use My day is gono i havo been all tho rounds of worldly pleasure and it is toe late I shall dlo to night ntslx oclock Tho day woro away and it tamo to four oclock and five oclock andsho criod out Destroyed spirits ya at ilvo oclock shall not havo me yut It is not six it is not six r The moments went by and tho shadows Itagan to gather aud the clock struck six and whllo It was striking her bouI went What hour God will cull for us I do not know whether six oclock tonight or thyco oclock this afternoon or at ono oclock or at this moinozuO Sitting whoro you are falling forward or stand ing whoro yon arc dropping donv whoro would you 50 to 1 I ffHfOL AND nt lllnnu f Â¬ Â¬ Usshcr A society has been formod that in devoting itsolf exclusively to tho roliufi of tho sufforing of tho lttfiOOO leper said to bo in India and for luoclaiming the Gospel to thorn Tho lato Rev J IL Wilbur D I in his will devised 10000 to the Mis-Â¬ sionary Socioty of the Mothodist Epis- Â¬ copal church 10000 to the Church Extension Society and 10000 to tho Frccdmous Aid Society Ia tho election of lord rector of Glasgow University the vote was Boston wJU oxpend 180000 la school building noxt year od can help thoo Despair not Presume not Jod cU humblo thoc Tlio inoroaso of population iu Now York is greater than iucreaso of church accommdations Philadelphia lias about ovon hun- Â¬ dred churches nnd when fuU can not accommodate one quarter of tfo popu- Â¬ lation Thore nro opportunities for young mon and young women to go to Chin and Jupan sustain themselves by touching and accomplish a grand work If good pooplo would but mako goodness agrooable and smile instead of frowning in their virtue how many would thoy gain to tho good cause lo bull-playe- fm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ the golden rule of the Gospel but uccording to the hard letter f tho comuton law of clviliicatlon a man must do to ethers as ho would be done by Even In so simple a matter ns stoppings in tho inlddio of a side walk on a crowded city street ex standing in the doorway of a hotel or of a railway station a mans liberty is abridged or Is defined by the ueods and rlffbta of his fol- Â¬ low Whoro others have a right to move forward uo maa has a right to stand still If indeed a man must standby himself ho must first put bimsolf by himself wherd I his standing will not hlndor the movlmr oi I others A right to use a public passage- - waj is a ngut to nse it not to obstruct it as n passago way Tho Immovable must not stand in the way of the irresistible And v it is In so simple a matter ns this so it ia in all the various phases oJf our busy life v have no right to forget that others have their rights To hlndcut tho progress of otb crs by otir refusing to make progress is to make ourselves responsible for their fall ures aj well as for our own 80 long as we aro In the current of human activity we moM move with tke current or bo over borne by it if we would halt we must step aside Heuce in order to know our 1 wn rights wo must first know what are the rights of our neighbors X S Timr Â¬ equally divided between Lord Lyttoa and Lord Rosoberry Lord Lytton re- Â¬ ceived tho casting vote of tho chancel- lor of tho university and was elected Tho reports of the Reformed Episcopal Church for last year 07 are Baptisms confirmations 916 received otherwise S19 present auirtbcrof communicants 8420 con- Â¬ 135 tributions for all purposos Sblol church buildings 87 value of church property less incumbrances Public Opinion 1077758 Tlio following collections for mis Â¬ sions were made by the- Methodist Episcopal Church for twelve months 1887Tending October 31 For the Parent Missionary Socioty 1045000 Womans Foreign Missionary Society 195000 Womans Home Missionary Socioty Bishop Taylors 83000 transit fund 63000 total t 886 000 Public Opinion Tho colored people of Philadelphia havo tvsseited their rights in a manner worth commendation A school con- Â¬ taining threo hundred aud twenty six TTHE WRONG WAY pupils all of them colored has seven 8bm of the KbmiHi of Luck of tfytm fa teachers who arc all white The col Â¬ Uolnu HutMdwork Whou she rises from tho table1 sh- grabs ored population of tho wucL feeling up half a dozen knives and forks carries that the principal of tiie school should them to the eink and as tho dlsh pan Is bo ot their raco have demanded that a missing drops them into tho sink Thon colored man should be appointed sho begins a hunt for tho pnn Aftsr five Chicago Times or torn minutes oearoh lb occurs toheir that Next year Bologna will h rre a sho carried it out with somo water iu it for the bona Sho soon finds it bat It is covered grand jubilee because tho university with mud for the hens have mado a foot so renowned of old was born about batbof It After bringing it iai and1 wash- Â¬ eight hundred years ago ThcyenriOSS ing it she pate the half dozem knives and is a rcspoctablo date Thero will be a forks Into the pan then turns nroundi and looks at the table trying to deoido- what historical assembly at which papers Hhe will do next Iu a few minutes she on Italian and foreign universities will goes to the table and ploks up some plates be read But thero will also be au but put them down deciding that slio will exposition mimical and industrial t ako a oup and fliuoor which sho puts into artistic The musical sccLioni will ha tho dish pan It now occurs to her that the milk pitcher should be put inthe dairy but international iu scope on taking it up she finds that two or throe The world is perhaps wiser and tiles are bathing in tho milk After aearoh hotter tolay than at an3 previous inginMaln for a clean spoon Kho puts hor longest finger Into tue milk expoctiug that period since the time of Noairs- tlood has moro wise good and great men tho flle will crawl out on it but tho tiles aro too fly bo sho goes ta tho swill pall moro learning moro pioty more con- aud tele to turn them out After two sistoncynud moro people who- really thirds of the milk has run out tho filer con- try to do justly love mercy and clude to go with tho current As thero it than ever now about two spoonfuls lott sho decides walk humbly with God that Itfit not worth svlu and putu tha before So lot all tako oouragiv and pitchcrluto thopau to bor washed After do what thoy can to-- maintain tlio filling tho dish pun with dirty dishes she right St liouis Christum Adirostitc turns o them about a quart of warm A hktlo who bad been watec Sho now rattles tlio crockery around with tho intention of cleaning it bat ai to Sunday school for tho first time como tho water is at tho bottom of tho pan the homo puffed out with importance over oporatlou is not a huccoba so sho picks out what lie had learned Mauuna the nrticlos one by ono till tho soapsuds nro said ho do you know about Lots 1 cached By tho time tho table is cleared I10 said A little but tell away It has taken hor two hours sho la too wife So tha littlo tired to stand tip Thisis tho rosult of not mo what you know having nny ordor or bystom iu doing fellow told his story very earnestly Ilomestiactl becoming positively dramatic whou ho reached the climax aud saiil And tho INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS angcllof tho Lord tnid untoi Lots wife vrtijr They Ar of Sfeclty Tliultail by skate for your lifo and dont ycs look ths ItlRlit of Other baclfc but sho did look back and tinned Our rights aro always limited by tho Harpers Bazxr rights of others Nc merely according to n souicrsnult - - Â¬ Â¬ - j i 1 J j - - j Â¬ fivc-yoar-o- ld f -- house-werk-- A An Average Surprise Party Inavo had a snrprisc party and for the- bonefit of oppressed man I will rolato my expjrienccv According to tlsc usual tnotlud pursued la this hind of party I v as obliged by my wife to out of niovo all the 41111 1 carpet tho parlor arad to cover tho with linon cloth Tfijen I had to go dowii and bring vrood and coal Up from tho cotter more-- all tho portaUo articles out of my dressing room so that it couM bo used for a cloak roym by tho Indies 1 bad to move this and 1 bcie-u-fornc that artielo hero and thero until torn IV 11 linltlta ll nin KUofnvrwl rwl T tkild H roaring hendaoho Thon tho noighhoy camo it and surnrised o a 1110 The KarUA m poor to confess hU poverty but the not ex Â¬ erting ones self t mmu do rerty U Alt- - It mi it not disgraceful to any ojw who Is los with uplifted eyes n telescope J his loft linml 1111 ulnnnnfnnV hohind W back hamper pick nnd mathematical instrument on tho ground Aij Aipn guldo points upwaid whoro de 5 suro is gazing The scene represent the llrst ascension si Mont lUano Salmsons brono group wr de Sanssuro shows that of a savan hl 1MW W o fri RELIGIOUS READING A SONG OF PRAISE Psalm CXLVI Praise yo ttao Lord our King I ilia praise with gladness sing O thou my soul I While Ho my Ufa prolong Ill praiso mm with my songs Nor oftaso raid angel thongs While agco roll against hor husband but whon Sun- Â¬ day comes Oil how I do droad to havo Sunday comol Other days hold this man in his ptaco in tho groat treadmill but when Sunday camo ho did as ho pleased Paris kcops tho Sabbath as it ploasos and I ho last hundred years of its history havo boon among tho most startling In tho rec- Â¬ ords of man who appoarod in ono of our courts In princes of tho earth Sons of but mortal birth Put not your trust Their breath llios fii3t away They soon return to clny Tliolr thoughts that very day Aro but ns dust But ht Iz over blest Whoso help and hope nil rest In God tho Lord Who hath tho heavens arrayed Who ourthH foundations laid And sens and all thing made Dy His groat word no truth forever keeps His Justlco novor sleeps For thoso oppressed Tho Buflorors cry lie heeds With brend tho hungry feed And forth tho captlvo leads With freedom blcBsed plain thoroforo that on this day of rest man needs a guido and ovorsoor But this ovorsoer can not bo tho Puritan bocausc without intend Â¬ ing a play upon words his strong points aro his weak ones nor can ho bo a Pharisee for ho is a formalist nor a worldling for ho may bocomo a wanton Who then shall ho bo This ques Â¬ tion is answorod by tho beautiful ex- Â¬ pression in Matt xii Tho Son of Man is Lord ovon of tho Sabbath is It 37121 Ibr a Uucm Tho renders of this paper will bo Interested in knowing that tho proprietors of WarnorB Log Cubln Remedies will pay 37121 in cash for tho best unBwer to tho question What is tho hole for that in in tho outaido of tho chimney of tho log cabin as represented in tho trade Â¬ mark ol Warners Log Cabin Remedies I A pamphlet with a picture of such a log cabin can bo procured at any drug store Tho answors must bo sent by mail to II II Warner Co proprietors of tho celebrated Warners SAra Cihk Rochester 2i Y one 1SSS beforo April 10th Rut each contestant will from antiotr bo signed considered It must bo with tlie real name giving poBt oftlco address and must stato that tho party has purchased and used at least ono of tho following remÂ¬ Â¬ that you can not afford to negloct ttat ca- Â¬ tarrh Dont you know that It may lead to consumption to insanity to dtalht Dont you know that it can bo easily cured Dont you know that while tho thousand and ono nostrumo you have tried havo utterly failed that Dr Sagos Catarrh Remedy 1b a certain euro I It has stood tho test of years and there aro hundredM of thousands of grateful men and womon in oil parts of tho country who can testify to its cClcaoy Dont Yoh Khow CTJAC0BS Oil gists All drug-Â¬ Ip you dont feel ablo to harness clams pr rhupt you might saddle rooku Tcim ifllngs GREatremeD Rheumatism Neuralgia Sciatica Lumbago CURES edy WarnorB Log Cabin Cough ami Con Â¬ sumption Remedy Warners Log Cabin Ex Â¬ tract Warners Log Cabin Liver Tills Waruors Ixig Cabin Rose Cream for catarrh etc Warners Log Cabin Scnlpino Cabin Plastors Tho answers will bo re- Â¬ ferred to an impartial committee for de cision which will uo announced April 10th lbS8 Letters of inquiry will not bo an Warners Lop Cabin Harcaparilla Wnrnors Log Cabin Hops and Ruchn Rem edies Â¬ for tho scalp and hair It is tho only remedy for womans peculiar Warners Jog woakaosses and ailments sold by druggists under a positivo guarantoo from tho manufacturers that it will givo satisfaction in every caso or money will bo refunded Sco guarantee on bottlo wrapper Largo bottles 100 doses fcl Hix for 5 Tiie small boy may not caro much nltout his astronomy but it lis is any good at mar- Â¬ bles ho is up in spheres Merchant Tiaveler Complote Homeopathic Catarrh Cino Semi 31 to J 1 Gkitkiit M D m Knee St Cincinnati Â¬ am wonry of living mooned poor Mrs nlnfk For Im fulrly worn out with tho ucho In my back Mr nervos aro n chain Of woaknoss and pain And mj iwor head Is aching as If It would crock Nowdont bo discouraged cried good Mrs White Hlsitovcrrodark but theres promise of light I ran tell yon In brlof What will give you relief Plorcos Kavorlto lrescrlptlon will soon tot you right MI Boro TltroRt Swcllines Front Kites Sprains llrulscm llurnH tioaltu Backache Headache Tetthaahe IT CONQUERS PAIN KtityippHetllcarolljTii Eriry thU should Iiito It XTty tcHUMt t nil enx Cvity tiiUeeslit la trst Xvity bsttl ii tiittd Etott diy atxr dtnttfli Zvory catlao beltl twii Stitj pjtlint It ctted Day low standards but tho perfect man the man in whom all fullness dwells tho man Christ Jesus As Gods rop reseniativo and our representative Ho Soon shall tho wicked learn has a double a Divino and human How Ho will ovorturn right to be Lord of tho Sabbath It is Their evil ways for Him to interpret its moaning to Tho Lord shall over reign And still thy God remain tcacli us how to uso it and to crown it Praise Hun with joyful strain with His blessing As tho ono by O ZIon praise whom all things woro created Hogavo U A Collier In X Y Observer tho day in tho beginning and now by His resurrection from tho dead Ho has MADE FOR MAN given us the day in tho light of a new significance and a great hope It is The Pcrnmnonco nnd Purpose of tho Sub bath How Wo May Heat Understand ami plain then that wo shall best underÂ¬ Observe tho Day stand tho day by understanding Him Tho Sabbath was made for man and that its propor observance will This expression sottles tho question bear tho His sweet and both of tho porinanoiico ffind purpose beautiful impress of life of His groat purposo of of tho Subhath It is not a more- hu Â¬ man appointment a picco of Puritan Â¬ redemption and of that hope which takes hold upon tho otorual day ism or oven of Mosaic enactment Chicarjo Advance But it was made It belongs to the story of creation When tho earth The Wrong Excuse was prepared for man and tho groat Two workmon woro talking about a clock of time began to mark tho days comrade who had lately got into and seasons thou tho S ibbath took its place in tho nature and everlasting trouble as tho saying is Ho oughtnt to say ho was lod into ordor of things For this reason it said ono hclenl himself to it while Kings and Empires camo and The remark struck mo as a thought Â¬ wont it has not perished from tho earth It is useless to talk about its ful one When a man opon oyed goes into having been abrogated It is here to dangorous places associates with ques- Â¬ remain Other dijs will pass nwivy but that oternal day will bo a Sabbath tionable characters suroly ho londs himself to evil ho is not led into it day Yet somo people often say regret- Â¬ Its purpose is also declared It was fully Ah poor fellow ho was lod made for man as the sunlight Just when a man has committed tho air the fountains and rivets tho into it trees and flowers tho cattle tho fowl a sin undor tho influence of drink Ho wouldnt have dono it they of the air and IIbIi of the sea wore mado for man so was this day It is add if hed boon in his right senses Irenbytcrian His and one man has no right to tako it from another Tho right is in Â¬ GEMS OF THOUGHT alienable tho inheritance is holy Every human biing must havo tho Your salvation is JJii business right and the freedom to uso it accord Â¬ His service your business Fuller ing to tho Divine purpose I know tho Bible is inspired be- Â¬ That this purposo embodies tho idea cause it tinds mo at greater depths of of rest is plain from tho Scripture my being than any othor book Col- Â¬ record and from our own intuitions in eridge God rested on tho regard to it This span of life was lent for lofty Seventh day duties not for selfishness not to be Rest is an osontial part of life toil whiled away in aimless dreams must havo a break action a pause improve ourselves and serve but to man- Â¬ Night alone does not supply all this kind Sir Aubrey Je Vere want thoro must also bo a day for it Wo can bo thankful to afriond for Statesmen economists anil philanthro Â¬ a few acres or a liltlo money and yet pists recognize this noed and tho tired oodiosand weariod minds of tho multit- Â¬ for the freedom and command of tho tho groat benefits ude emphasize tho demand Tho wholo oarth and for of our boiog our life health and rea Â¬ Macaulays Humboldts Pools Glad Â¬ wo look upon oursolvcs as undor stones and evun Print lions all toll us son Seneca no obligation that man must havo a periodic day of Lot everyone and especially every rest Infidel legislators look upon it youthful one tako hold Thoro is as ono of tho natural human rights But rost involves a twofold principlo much in a good honest grip To think that of cessation and of cliango of well of work and to intend somo time notion Tho woarv travolor sils down to do it aro good so far as thoy go to rest tho man who has boon long but it is only by hearty doing it thai sitting takes a walk It at therefore right results aro secured whothor in does not always nor of ion moan doing character or for tho object in behalf of United Bothlng moans but it doing which tho labor is given Presbyterian omothing sleep olse in Evon Ono who has lived to tho ago of tlio busi whoso bodilv organs three score and ton when tic calls tho ness it is to keep up repairs must tw marvclouslv active They aro roll of thoso who commenced life catching up with thoir work But with him and whom ho know in hi what this something olso shall bo istho younger days finds that alnioat all of trying question of tho wholo Sabbath them aro gone Onlv hero and thoro Tho Puritan is laughed does ho hear any response to jits call eolitroversy Wo t because ho mado it consist in ktiop How short is each human life JBg a straight fuco and a silent touguo suroly havo no timo to wasto in sin nd learning tho catoohisni But rigid and folly N Y Independent Who art thou that complatnost of tho Puritans method wan it has r Complain not Look fafnisheil tho world such splendid thy life of toil up my wearied brother soo thy fclmons of manhood and noble typos f womanhood that ho id not oasily there in Gods eternity surviving thoro thoy alono surviving Belied out of tho cirole Over atrainst tho Puritan stands sacred Band of tho Immortals celes- Â¬ porhap1 Incroasing multitudo of tial Bod v Guard of tho Empire of man Â¬ Thou too shalt return home Honlo who think that this something kind m honor to thy far distant homo in JN Inlnrr n vnu nlonsi nwtitm ftjNtovou if this multitudo is on tho in- - honor doub it not if in battle thou Jwc yet tho rosults of thoir idoa do keep thy shield Carlyie Keep forever in view Ihu moment- Â¬ Icomiuond thorn Thov turn ihoSab th Into a day of riotous speech riot- - ous valuo of life aim at its worthiest living and general dissipation uso its sublituust end spurn with i a not result of in creased want disdain those foolish trifles and frivol Â¬ degradation Such a day proves ous vanities which so often consume mudo not for man but against life as the locusts did Egypt and deÂ¬ It boeoincs a Hwollon stream of vote yourself with tho ardor of a Ion littering tho nollco courts passion to attain tho most divino im its drift and wreck and Hooding provements of tho tinman soul In Uulus of homos with lasting sor- - abort hold yoursolf In preparation to f d nnspoakablo niisurios Ho make tho transition to another life r and good enough through the whenever you shall bo claimod by tho n said a Foster goalie little woman Lord of tho world fellow-- Tho blinded eyo Ho clears Lifts up thoso bowod In tears And lovos His saints Tho strnngor ho befriends Tho orphans right dorends And to hor prayer nttonds Whose lone hoart faints Tho Son of Man Tho Sabbath is mans henco it is for man to interprot its moaning and use But this does not mean tho sin fallen man tho man of imperfections 6vered Can a drunken man Imaging on a Inmp post for n short period ho paid to have come to a full stop rhtladiliihta Ahw - piln It eosqntrca tboCtniDlEtttuis Zvery hsao vlll hat it Ettrydmccltt ptU iU XvorrhacraiRO nexktlt Every ekslitfladi It Ft- tIvcryJootulcoamnliSt rw xraland lurj Aiiinna cna arar oia fict txiiiniTior-lS82-G- CALCUTTA INT and lost spiritual vision and Cnn n Man Swallow n Cnniion Itall Well that depends Ho can if his throat is largo enough and the cunnon ball not too largo Tho question really seems worthy of somo consideration In view of tho size of somo of tho pills that aro prescribed for Buffering humanity Why not throw them to tho dogs and tako Pierces Pleas ant Purgative Pcllots Small sugar coated purely vegetable porfectly harmless in It makes a Frenchman wild to bo laid up with German measles Puck TOHlVt HCALTHTHJ LIVCW MUST JJJfdKU CINCINNATI IND EXlWITIOK-W-SIIV- Wr MotlHl WTATD rAIU-lM4-- Golll CAIirOIINtA Moilau IOU16V1L1E m rxroiiTioi-l8M-G- oll At PsinnitTS isu OKAtui TalcaBs Cmt THE CHAnLES A VOGELER CO BaUlmort KXUUlTIOKlto3 oalNilJSir JJJeila 4OoltI Met M lr Â¬ fir IN OnDTTl KjbMsI wu HAT YOU glass and always fresh m A waukce dad sign an illegible signature Stntinel Mil To llio Delicate The delicate need a tonus above might clso Many appetizers which fall far short of a jubt tftlo to tho namo tonic liguro under that designation Thoy stimulate ap-Â¬ petite This is well but this is not enough Hostctters Stomach Bitters however tills tho bill It strengthens tho stomach and enriches tho blood It promotes a healthy ilow of bilo and keeps tho bowels and kidÂ¬ neys regular A woud to tho y yb Welsh Texas Siftlngx Ib a Hrhitilo Kcmrxly lor Ltvrr ComplsmU and Ills canted ndennrtd or torpid rendition of tho Llrfr ns Drs pulo Constipation lIIIouncu Jsundlce Headaciu Malaria lthmimnUim cite trrinlateistlilowelpurI ie l do liixxl trciinn thTtrm noils iIIcmNoiu 1 by T often given In Â¬ BnowNs Bronchial Tnornr c aro ex cellent for tho relief of Hoarseness or Soro Throat They aro exceedingly effective Christian World London Eng no T AM tiottlmonlals prove Its moria ounnnda of WILL TKU OU ITS IIKIUTATIUN Y LinUnUMT IMVAIUADLB FAMILY MSDIOI11K CAlr C a tm who falls to dra - iNsrECTon of Hirht houses manager for Tent bijtuujx - THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY PorMvcr Illle Indlgwtlnn rtc Fre trom Mercury AgcnU rontnlnt only lum Vrtrrtalili lnitnsllint Oil AH A CKITTENTN AEW VtlltK YOU wall Of all tho pictures that hung on memorys that on tho back of a borrowed flvo dollar grconback is most rare X O Pintgun horoaftcr undndauf man CuNTEitED 11111 V X WILL SAVE MONEY Timo Pain Trouble and will CURE BY USING IlKnn Is tho answer to a passible theo- Â¬ logical conundrum Tho future stnto ia Ik Merchant Trawler Xew Jhiven Xews after hear Elys Cream Balm Apply Balm into each nostril KLV lllIOH235Clronwich in Belf a perfumery bottle II XOVillg StNY ItESIONhlMMTY i8 llko seldom rests whoro yune it belongs V JtOVGJiAa 81 CO NIIOK thn Inul nixl only luind scwed welt tOO oilc Nlma dog It In thn world Jejuni a ctiatom mmln liuuU aewed nlioca that coat Voiii to 9t 0 Jka 1 Tiikiie Is avast difr renco between drink Â¬ ing amiss and missing a drink Ono will leave a man drunk and the other sober DaiuvllU Breeze One is a shining marl and tho other s mining shark Jnis Ik the difference be- Â¬ tween a hotel hoothlack and a gold brick swindler Hotel Mail Ir tho gnllowB Ih tho instrument of dcatb what Is the aocordeonf Puck arrnnlcd Congress Jlntlon and Iaoc all j JV ntylfs toe As styllsu vjf anu nuraiiio as tiiiisc costing U or 03 toy8j nu near inr V JF v j OOlIUIiASi t - The unooliitlin out uickb Fluent Cnlr ami n 3only 3 SKAMLKSSJJ nruri ruru SHOE rofi L DOUCLAS Ajt world with Â¬ SHrnSnl Do you feel dull languid low cnlritcd lITo Icri and ItidcBcrlbably miserable both phjBl eally and moutally axporlenco a eviiKo of fullness or blontlug after catltur or of koiio ness or piaptinesB of stomach In tho morn- Â¬ ing totiguo coated bitter or bad tnsto In mouth irregular uppctlto dlzzinci freijuent hondaclics blurred eyesight lloatlng epocks beforo the eyes nervous prostration or vx haiiRtion irritability of temper hot llusbos nltonintlnir with chilly ECiiBatlonB nhnrn biting transient pnlnn iicro anil thoto cola feet drowsiness after meals wakefulness or disturbed mid unrcfrchlng Bleep constant lmlescrlbiihlu feeling of dread or of impend Â¬ ing calamity If you havunll or any eonsldcrnblo number of theso Bymptotne you m o buircrlng fioni that most common of American maladies Illlloim Dyspepsia or Torpid Liver associated The moro with lyaopslu or Indigestion compllcrttcd your disease luio becomo tho greater tho number and diversity of symp- Â¬ toms No mutter what Rtago it has reached Dr Plcrcou CJoliloii JTlcalcu Discovery will Biibduo It If taken according to direct tlous for a reasoimblo length of timo If not cured complications multiply nnd Consump Â¬ tion of the Lungo Skin Diseases Heart Disease Ithcumatlsm Kidney Disease or other gravo maladies aru qulto llablo to set In and sooner or later ludiieo u fatal termination Dr Klorcou Cioldott itlodlcal Dla covory acta powerfully upon tho Liver and through that great blood purifying organ cleanses the system of all blood tuIutH ami Im Â¬ purities from whatever cause arising It ig equally clllcaeloua In acting upon tin Kid Â¬ neys and other excretory organs cleansing strengthening and healing their dlscasca Aa an appetizing restorative tonic It promotes digestion and nutrition thereby building up both llcali and strength In malarial districts this wonderful medlcluo hits gained great celebrity in curing Fever nnd Ague Chills and Fever Dumb Ague and kindred diseases Dr HMorcci joldou ITIetllcnl Dl HQJ91QIF3S or iuuib perfect 0 a iWrSA mlr23 mam m sm iat X mz mint wa unon The first man to hang out a shingle must have been a hair cutter Texan bijt- inys Caij- - a Chicago girl large hearted and generous if you choose but never refer to her big soled Merchant Trawler sr am cViViW tLttBttOfireSHB jUlMd tsJ vV KMIA 1 M at tJMjrA tUat4 is Mum t tub 8Ut 1 IIOUULAH 8S00 HIIOE Is unex Â¬ celled for heavy wrar It not sold by your dealer write AV I DOUGLAS DrocUton Mass ntlM W I singular that notwithstanding tho great vurloty in the bill of faro at club dinners thoro uro some men that always want a little game after tho dinner is over 77cm Â¬ It is ton JUdUtin By mistake n New Orleans paper printed a list of coming woddlngs tho other day 2Vaa nuder tho hood of The Sugar Crop Mftlugt We should liku to asic If parsing Btrango JiurUiuton Ir the samo as pusslng queer Free Jreis i Tni fuco of u cheek is its fortune 1ucl with most wondorlul mcrensi usoveKota bio rumedles entirely linrmlcM lleinovo nil symptoms of Iiropsy In B toSOduvs Cure patlantK pronounrrd hopoleii by tno best tihynlclnnsKrora tl rstdose symptoms riinldly dlNuuprurrtnd In ten days at least tiHiilrdoi nil nyniptomsnro removed fiomoniny cry liumbuKwItliout knowlnir any tiling nliout It IU iiiumburltcostfl you notlilna to reallza the merit of ourlrctttmentforyourMilfWonroronstantlyoiirlnjf caims of lona stnndlnp cases that have been tapped a number nitlmcrt itnd tho patient doclarediiniiblo to jlvu wjek Give full hlstoryof cnstiniwiu nsto sex hfwlomr afflicted etc Bend for free pamphlotcon tnlninKiestliuonlals TendnystreatiutiiitfurnlKlied freo by mall If you ordor trial you must return this advertlsoumntto us with 10 cents In stamps to pay poMnRo Kpllopsy Klti positively cured H H QREEN SONS M Db Atlanta Qa FOR ANOTHKlCoron - FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE Thoroughly cleanse it by using DrllorccA TREATED FREE fSoltlen JTDoillcnl DlBcovcry nnd good W Ilnvo treated Drop und Its compllcHtlons ROPSY from a common Illoteh or Kruiitlon to thn Halt rheum worst Scrofula Fever sores Hcnly or Hough Skin In aliort all tllsciiien caueed by bad blood aro conquered by thin powerful purifying and invigorating uirdl oluo treat ICatlng ulcers rapidly heal under Its benign Influence Especially has It mani- Â¬ fested Its potency in curing Tetter Kcuuiit Erysipelas llolls Carbuncles Soro Eyes Kcmf ulous Sorea and Swellings illp jolut Disease Goitre or Thick Neckn Wlilto Bwelllnire Send ten cents 1m nnd Enlarged ilantli nuitnps for a Inrgo Treatise with colored plates on Skin Diseases or the same amount for n Treatise on Scrofulous Affections GyRES ALL digestion n fair skin buoyant spirits vital strength and bodily health will bo established Baok and Shoulders Ar tho parts nnunllr attacked by rheumatisms and the Jolnta at the knees anklo lips and wrists are also noraotlraoi atTectod Tbo cauto of rlicumatlrm Is lactlnocl J circulating with tbo blood which at tacks the Joints und causes tho local manifestations tho pains and actios of the disease Hoodu Sarta partita purines and onrlchci the blood and has proven n wonderful remedy for rhoumatlsm Btgbt years ago 1 hadlnflammatory rheumatism being co nil net to tho bed thrcft months Last year 1 was laid up six weeks with thcumatle foyer A short time ago I felt pains nil over my body and I 1 then decided to try thought I wai In for It again Hoods flarsaparlllu It baa dono mono much Rood that I must say I made a good Investment of ono dollar In medlctno for tho flrU time It ban driven off tho rheumatism nnd Improved my appetite so much that my boarding mlstross says 1 must keep It locked up or she will bo obllgod to raise ray board with ovory othor boarder that takes lloodaSarso-parlllu-TuoMA- U DuitUKi1 WTIIlary HU llrook Â¬ rorn outfarm Why try to secure nHvlrur from Why work on rcntod land Witv not start for voursolf WhynotBocuro atoncoBomoof tho low orlood but vory fortllo and well located land adjacent to railroads now to bo obtained by thoso going to Northern Dakota and Minnesota whoro you can makoalawnrnotprotltpor aero than on tho high priced or worn put land Why not go nnd look tho you now occupy situation over md boo for yourself or at least bo obtain furthop information which will II ff V sont freo if you will Address C WARBKN Ge Pass Agt BL lntil Minn I rOIJIAMH AKTJIMA HIEOIFIO flvct toiuiiiDdioltlrrlllloatrT4M naCUIlKliIIClKlBLKCai VlrtMnl nnutll WHY WORK tlmin Bulun- WhyOilcon-atvnrklllir whloh Is Scrofula of tho Lung Is arrtsted and cund by this remedy if taken in tho earlier stages of tho disoaso From its mar- Â¬ velous power over this terribly fatal disease when flret olTorJng this now world famed remÂ¬ edy to the public Dr Pieroo thought seriously of callln it his Consumption Cuiie but abandoned timt namo as too restrictive for a medlclno which from Its wonderful com- Â¬ bination of tonic or strengthening alterative or blood cleansing antl bllloim pectoral nnd nutritive properties la unoqualcd not only ns a remedy for Consumption but for all Chronic DIkcosch of the CONSUMPTION Uver Blood and Lungs ocss of Drvuth Clironlo Nasal Catarrh Ilmn ililtls Asthma Severo Coughs and kindred YTcctlouo it is an efficient remedy Sold by Druggists at 100 or Six Doll leg For Weak Lungs Spitting of Illood Short CrtJ6O0 f3T Bend ten cents In stamps for Dr Piercefe eolc on Consumption AddrcM loftds Dispensary Msdlcal AssoclntitiL OS main St BUFFALO W V DOiAuraKASTHMA MEMORY rrniuna TuviAmmenitrvl hv Maui C TWAIN KICHAIUl PROOTOtt flmlAitl w 1 Hikja uvinwuovi llrtMS IV ur Astob Judaic uwnti l M1N Dr MlMoa Ae Maaanf nmbla Jaw stud enta ttroclasseuofsmeachst It sraltr and tNrvularfta oii nnimiaHanvollt7tler leirorroiWrt lnalYUrn at liillanniin UnlTersJl -AVhallytin into artincmi workmen l lynNY Vr anAxlltoaM EalaUlilit4TWNTY EAftHdMtTallIroftjU TU1AL ACKAilK and l QtliTt KltKK tr Koa Hau or Yif rMkais aad TttV IT T roriuu a co NRBasBBBsaMAMMMaHMmMaaMaiJ eti ih obp Byntrmw r raiLADrLrHUPA clrt iiuujlrura 1OKU0 ll4 tr PUOtf JWjTlMKrtKaW MftU A W V Lt Sold by all druggtsts by C 1 Hoods Sarsaparilla Hi six for 15 HOOD A CO Apothecaries 1ropared only Lowell Mast 200 ATCHES FROM 125 SRASSR A MONTH W In tlio world HtftinpforMatntnotulllusVl Cauv w Aiauisou bu iuicnw WALUACC 211 IOO 1 Doses Ono Dollar AND EXPENSES Masnlfloent opportunity for Can vussem and Solic- Â¬ itor nverywhero In the country Addrexn Iratnedl ntoly OKANOBJCJmCo 7S1 Ilroadway New York proncoutcd without tea unless sucrevs- ful sa Years Kx- porlence Cnrrespondonce Rollrlted Pensions and oounnns ixnmeu Old rejected and delay ol cases NofiMiuiilnsapialm mtlamtiit oxamlfind circulars nnd information free Addmss Kitzokk ALU X 1owxiu U S Claim AKtsIndliuiapollliML FREE MoUy Now Tailor Hyatem of Ores Cutting AlOOOV x CO Clnclanatlu liIrL t JtTUvuirtmrelTnBO diurtbrMrt GMyMI lruadconblnei Ouarnntttiltha KlvM tfi DR HORNE only ono In tbn world Keneratlni tontinuou Vltctrla de Hanuttli Bf fSeurrtnt andUntitle 1owortul parable fVnf ortililo Ellullro Avoid fmudi OTirl000cnrt JHDirtnBiprorparophlek PENSION to of Arkanisa St ovau ni aruc KINIH4 winw 5 TQ VHYV BHKrtmri A DAY Samples worth Ilnra not under thahnrtWtft SAVKTI KIJXHOUlRHCe UHXWi fflM Wrllw 230 P1DUC A MONTH AatnUmtuUd 00 boat ll jni article In the world IsawpluVw Aoaross JA VBttQXifOto DMnHtMM lareator 189 Wtkuh Ate Chicago Â¬ laurccnlSrU traotrd la DETECTIVES mr Coonlr Kirilvu 8hrcwit bmr INFORMATION abou T J draniiaa Detective Bnrttii CallAMtiiOiwuUO PT3R 100 Vhn 1 rnirrn cat B4trr et uotrlitnitlu PulUaUMrra ClWiOS laaa Sent frer J etfl Ijidy tiie Writ for tnu KOflT niI NAHPLKfl 0 nirn canTDMom for Dr Hrnffs firaaliMi Moftrla H Um nsonts vanttvl for Kloct rln Corsftts Qulrjc rEE by mail CtrraUrsfrM yflUr TlBrookke7plBB tlmnaMilpl ArHl nURi metlc hhortband rtc throcehlr taiwlit UH1lxreUMK fctaMKy forlOHlM siyc HC1I rrtpii y OrsnuWd Moon ba4 YOKK CUKMICAL UwUIr AilUr UVtUi tUKli landsit TtWd MWIX AUK a in fa HMILTOHS PILLS rniiwo HiiuprtM ObloCtGoA4 MMl forsTfMrHMHM uyMAscnurrjuaitdtiix K s4i aaiaf sfsa AJK UT t I Hnutu - nt f i 7rHtWIJrtMidwrY 1rlwLlsu LVYi it rx o 3 t S J A Hazel Green Herald Subscription An ji A Xt - SI n Year raid In Advance Iligh School aro making arrangements to publish a paper in tho interest of tho school tho name of which will bo Tho Wo wish them success Acorn Tho Board of Supervisors which was in session last week raised valuation of taxablo property in this county about 50000 This is a larger increaso than has ever been mndo hero before Capt J M Bcatty of this place was in Frankfort several days last week and returned homo Wednesday on tho boat Bon F Allen returned from Frankfort He will move to that a few days since placo soon Tho steamer Favorite arrived hero Wednesday Thero were sovcral passen- Â¬ gers aboard J II Flanery has Bocurcd a position as traveling salesman for a Winchester houso II L Whcclcr of this place is attend ing Circuit Court nt Cnmpton thisweok James M Bowman of Estill county was in town ono day last week Wm Kobinsoiij of this place contem plates moving to Ford shortly J K Huberts and Wm B Steel returned from below last weok Born To tho wifo of II M Patrick on tho 12th inst a fino boy Jako Ilowerton of Morgan county was visiting hero last week Stephen Crawfordof Breathitt county was in town yesterday Wm S Colo of Milcrs Creek was in town during the week Bob Smith of Irvine was in town again this week Sam Sternberg of Proctor is very sick with fever Brownlow Jamieon returned from Ford Wednesday Â¬ f j 1 Wmm TJCt Timber Virgin Timber WANTED Lands WANTED For an English Syndicate large tracts of One -- ULL R FOR M EASTERN KENTUCKY WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING tCsiuplled by Couatjr CorrcspontleRti and jChI and Condensed from Our Contemporaries MOllOAN COUNTY 0poolal Correspondence Ezel Jan 1G Tho following students from a distance aro attending Mrs Mnry Nickel Is Solcct School nt this placo Miss Notta Whcclcr Doll Lyons James TVolla Noah Lyons Willio Hack Wei Ington Mcncfco county L P Oakley Yocum Morgan county J V Carter Grassy Morgan county W M Ilanoy H II Brown J D Whltakcr P M Ly Icins Lilly and Prudy Lvkins Can Duy Mnggio Llam Ida Casky Canoy Morgan county V M Halaoy Logan Linden Emma and A J Walters Wolfo county Mary llyionamus Leo county Dulcena Mineral Lands in Kentucky at LOWEST WILD LAND PRICES Must bo accessible to Railroad or good floating streams S TITLE MUST BE PERFECT Give full particulars BUSIIROD C WASHINGTON d23m Lock Box 40 Charlcstown W Va HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY The Ninth Term Begins MONDAY Jan 2 1888 and ends FRIDAY May 18 1888 ngrTew clean large well ventilated buildings furnished with new improved school furniture Full Corps Competent Teachers Â¬ We will put on sale the best value in an I I tho Ml Sterling market John llutclille of this place has been jsuffering several days with a sun pain in econemy gono to seed Eli Ann ono of S I Goodwins eick cnildren of which wo wrote last week is very low and her recovery is doubtful The two little boys have about recovered The school boys at this placo have organized a debating club and a great big display of eloquence is expected Speaking Friday night of each week Co passed through Sanford Davis hero last week with a nice lot o mules for the Mt Stcrliug market Willio Fcnix ot Frenchburg who has been up on busiucssassed through hero Jast week on his way homo Peter Fanin of Elk Fork passed through hero last week with stock for Lou andLizzio Hurst Breathitt county Sally Nickel I West Liberty Morgan county Robert Bartloy oponed a coal bank on his farm a few days ago Thero is a boom in this neighborhood just now in opening coal banks but the trouble is to got sale for the coal and Htill the people kick about railroad tax This it no UNLAXTNBRIED SHIRT Ever offered in Lexington -- rj A White Sliirt at 89 Cents We have and can show you more Overcoats than all the clothing houses in Lexington together and at prices that will astonish you i Wednesday E M Pryse returned from Frankfort John Henri Sick headaeho wiud on tho stomach billiousness nausea are promptlv and agreeably banished by Dr J Mc Leans Little Liver and Kidney Pillets 25 cents a vial Sold by G B Swango Uazol Green Â¬ ugkTuition Board and Incidental Expenses Reasona able on or address Hazel Green Academy Go Â¬ H m K l K pac l r up- - A Hazel Green Wolfe counto Ky one of his eyes W B Goad is ofl on a business trip TRADERS DEO SIT BARK to Mt Sterling Two of Thomas Walters children aro MT STERLING KY on tho sick list Born On tho 8th inst to tho wife of James McGuirc a boy W B Lykins is attending court at Jampton Blukt ber wealth Mrs Leah Power of our county who J M BIGSTAFF President Maytown Jan 17 Wo wish great was eighty one years of ago last August W W THOMSON Caahier success to ThkIIuuali and think every and who is quite stout and able to do all family should subscribo for it Wo are kind of lionise work has a family consistDIRECTORS well pleased with tho now features in it ing of nine sons whoso ollspring numbers second to no paper in Ken Â¬ sixty eight and theso sixty eight grand James Cmorn and think it Andrew Fealkr tucky children had born to them eighty three Dr K P Drake J T Highland It A Childers purchased W B Carters children tho total number in children nir341r iarm recently at a fair price Lucky grand children aud Dick is always on tho look nut for bar Â¬ makes tho amount of 1G0 persons of gains and is tho aptost man to get them which nearly all are now living Tho mountains of Eastern Kentucky jou ever saw Manufacturers and Wholesale Dcaleisin The Select School at this placo is pro- aro now attracting attention all over the gressing finely Fifty pupils from all country and our section is right on the v r a n parts ot the conn try are attending daily eve of a big boom The only thing m jy wauling is a railroad that may bo called 4ind the number increases every week AND Judge Lusk of Uazol Green and Dr a sure thing Put on a broad smile and Ilolien of everywhere nut here wero in work things up fur it is comiog town to day entertaining our citizens How Jack Smith of Monofoo Se with their gas curod HlsPonslotv A dispatch from Owiugsvillo Ky to No U Main Street 10 Summer St We have organized a moral debating society at this placeand it is well attended the Cincinnati Enquirer Jan 11th says There has seldom if over been a more Louisville Ky Boston Mass ly citizqns of this vicinity Wilson B Carter near this place has sudden and at the same time deserving B Represented by sold liis farm and will move in a short instance of elevation from absolute pen ury and want to a position of affluence tune to Bath county aoty than the case of Jack Smith which hap Blackburn J B Blackburn is again with Warren noucd n fow days agothrco miles south of Smith lives about A Co boots and shoes LouiBville Ky this placo He has a wifo and a large for 1888 and desires to thauk Ins many costomors for their liberal patronage in family of children who report says tho past and solicits their future orders havo mainly subsisted by the charityof AND which will at all times be promptly filled kind neigh bora and a fow pennies con at lowest prices Will call on tho trade tributed to tho father fcr playing tho in duo time with full lino of spring earn violin whenever a crowd of people would pice Hold your orders until you see his cougrogato in his neighborhood The story of Smiths rise in fortune is roods Headquarters and post office SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIRTS not devoid of romantic interest He address Mt Sterling Ky Having struggled 20 years between life 453t had been a soldier in tho Federal army and death with ASTHMA or PIITH1SIC and served all through the lato war treated by eminent phyaicians and receiv BUEATIIITT COUNTY Thero never was any doubt on tho part ing no benefit I was compelled during the Special Correspondent him that ho was enti- last 5 years of my illncaa to it on my chair Frozen Greek Jan 1G As wo have of thoso who know tled to a pension from tho government day and night gasping for breath In My suf denpuir not soon anything in the dear old IIkk as ho certainly contracted tho disease ferings wero beyond description for somo timo from this section I which destroyed his eyesight while in I experimented on myself ov compounding AiD roots ana innuttnc tno mccncinc mud oDinin will try to givo you a fow itoms from hore tho service Bijt as his set vice had cd I fortunately discovered this WONDERincluding tho general news been with an Illinois regiment and as FUL CURE FOR ASTIIMA AND CA Died Jan 9th Elizabeth Taulbeo Smith was both very poor and illiterate TAUItn warranted to relievo the most stubwife of James P Taulbeo Sho leaves ho had nover been able to secure the born case of ASTHMA IN FIVE MINUTES a husband and several childicn to mourn required proofs and all his previous so tlmt the patient can lie down to rest anaÂ¬ sleep comfortably Please read the followher death oflort to got a pension had been failures ing condensed extracts from unsolicited tesThero haa boon a groat many logs haul Â¬ A few days since however a gentleman timonials all of recent date ed in this vicinity and tho people aro acquainted with tho circumstances advis i Oliver VR Holmes San Jose Cal writes Awaiting a tido to run thorn to market ed Smith to go to Washington city and 1 find tho Roiucdya all and even more than I receive instantaneouii relief S S Taulbeo began a school on this present his claims in person and being represented M Warren Knn E Caraon furnished with tho necessary funds ho WasMtreated byAeminent physicians writes crook on tho 9th inst aud wo hope ho of this went on to tho National Capital on what country and Germany tried tho climate oi will have a good patronage supposod a fruitless errand difleroat States Rout McLiu who has been visiting was generallyshould Smith find but tho your preparation nothing aflbrded relicfllkc But lo who John Day has left commander of his old regiment in the his brorothor-in-laL ti Iholus P M OriggB Ohio writes for his homo in Virginia person of Commissioner Black of tho Suffered with Abthraa40 yeanYour medi John S Hays left this morning for pension office From this on Smith had cine in 3 minutes docs more for mo than the Ford Ky which placo ho will nmko his but little difficulty in establishing his most eminent physician did for mo in three years Namreha future homo identity and perfecting his claims to tho II C Plimpton Joliet III writen Send pension which had been duo him for Catarrh Remedy at onco Cannot get along Exposure to rough weather getting years and immediately returned to his without It I find it to bo the roost valuable wet living in damp localities aro lavora lowly homo ladeu with wealth far beyond mediciuo I havo ever tried Wo have many other hearty testimonials We to tho contraction of diseases of the his wildest dreams being allowed tho sum Jcidneys and bladder As a proveutivo of 18973 as back pay 3 u month for of euro or relief and in order that hII suffer ers from Asthma Catarrh Hay Fever and and for tho euro of all kidney and liver tho rest of hia life kindred diseases may have an opportunity valuable remedy Dr J trouble uh that Smith is apparently not ovor forty fivo of testing the value of tho Remedy we will Jl McLtna Liver and Kidney Balm yeara old and from all outward appear Â¬ send to any address TRIAL PACKAGE bottle Sold by G B Swango ances will livo many a year to enjoy FREE OF CHARGE If your druggist fails 1W to keep it do not permit him to Bell you some Hm1 Gj mm Uncle Sams muuificonco worthless imitation by his representing it to send directly to us lust jmk county Magistrates can get blank Warrants be Writem good but and address plainly your name Executions and Replevin Bonds at this Address ZIMMERMAN A Co Props WmsrriyiUjX Ja It The young office at 35 cents per quire Sent by mall WkoleMle J Druggists Wooster Wayne Co Hi Mm c we manvine oa receipt of price Okl FaUlBoxbymiUlOQ juSOy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -great-grand-childre- n Â¬ aiENKPKK COUNTY Frenchburg Courier It must swell tho heart of overy Ken tuckian with pride to bo assured that every blessing possessed or claimed by Alabama or any other State is reproduced by nnturcand intensified in her own bounds Our climate is the best for twelve months work anywhero to be found in connection with our resources unparalleled The farming capacity of Kentucky is fouuded on climate and soil and it is thus richer in variety than any other State possessing great miueral aud tim- Â¬ For further information call I fpSy llff LEADING CLOTHIERS 37tf iimimiwwn iiwnpi in Lexington Ky imi iiihihih imiwuiiimi Miiimin mi iiiw unim imiinwii u f m iiiiiiibiihwi ii iibiib hiiwi ooow Siloes J D LANGSELLS ASTHMA CATARRH REMEDY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ amm w o t e imtiiiii mat I m - s Â¬ H Ctt S 1 UtgnB J M QB u Â¬ In anticipation of the usual demand for We have recently purchased an immense line of NOVELTIES for each of our Christinas and Holiday Goods 5 1 w PIVE DEPARTMENTS--- 5 Â¬ These goods we are just opening and will now Wn hoTrn mWnrl n NVv nnnnrrniniif fnr tVin osrnial dlS play of ART GOODS including a handsome lino ofjjj SHOW FOR THE FIRST TIME Â¬ Bronzes Bisaues Vases Figures Busts O Just tho things for appropriate and acceptable presents cj fr P BROWER WALL PAPER CO GARPETS FURNITURE DRAPERIES ART GOODS Main and Broadway LEXINGTON KY 1 V Af lb Wi nl ltJU iikito M n Vj