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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- - - - ss Wffy wr ff W7 T ij a m h a w- - ppr h H eW JiiiV r1w- - W r pMwT witaiMMMeMvvwBjfjyMiett - -- - eij gjej ipwituwyii rjiwTlyTmwyi - M - - i SPENCER COOPER Ownonand Editor II f -- -- - - tlUlll III - Devoted to the Development of Eastnrn Kentucky IOO A VKAKAJyyii In AlVnJ n WIBWJUy VOL JL III AtTORNEY-AT-LA- W HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY ALL OVER THE WORLD IN A WEEK K ELY FRIDAY JANUARY Â¬ 27 1888 ttO 47 and tho President will soon visit Atlantic City TgAAO W MAPEL And Real Estate Agent On f t r i i I TR Physician anSurgeon Hazel Green Wolfe County HAZEL GRKEN KY The fatalities of the lato bliz- Will practice ia all the Courts of Wolfe rard on the prnirle districts of Iown arc bePowell Menifee and Breathitt counties Titles examined abstracts furnished tax ing gradually made public Byron Clove es paid for non rcaidontt real estate bought land of Manchester that State has receivand sold Collections a specialty ed information that his two sons fifteen and seventeen years of age were frozen to death JOHN H EVANS during the storm together with ninety head HAZEL GREEN KY of cattle The boys were driving the cattle to wuter about a mil from the house when Examiner the blizzard struck them and their dead for Wolfe Rcspeclfnully solicitis the patronage of the bodies have just been found Tho cattle mDHC ana win ancn a prompuy 10 mi ous- - were frozen stiff John Olncy waH found ncsn entrusted to nis care in a snow dria near Marathon frozen dead Miss Mary Ilcnning and a boy named JuliBACK TJAKER us twelve years of age started in a sloigh to attend a party in company with two young w Attorneys-at-Lamen When the storm struck them they lost their way and the young men deserted JACKSON the lady and the boy and reached a farm KENTUCKY Breathitt County house in safety The deserted pair remained out in the storm all night and in tho C LYKENS 0 morning they were found partially covered Attorney Roal Estate Agont with snow The young lady will lose both County legs and theboys hands and feet were badand Notary Public1 Practices in all Courts in Wolfe and Ad- ly frozen Ho was saved from death by tho joining Counties and Court of Appeals brave girl who wrapped him in the only pfr Collections a Specialty blanket left Camptos Wolfk County Ky f The craven cowards who deserted should be made crow feed iustanter J A TAULBEE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OiOOi- - of Depositions county Â¬ jfiX Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ KENTUCKY GEO E WUITT Of Elliott County WITH Henry Knoefel UOUSE PIERATT Pieiiatt Co 210 W Market St Louisville Ky Solicits the patronage of Eastern Kentucky tor Blank Books Blanks Ac The house iB new and newly furnished throughout Fare first class and charges reasonable Sample room furnished com mercial men Good otahlo in connection and special care taken of horses 2rAt my store will be found a general ntock of merchandise at lowkbt pkichs Stop at my hotel and buy goods at ray store js If you wish tosavo money Bz Proprietor Ezkl Morgan County Ky Â¬ pOMBS HOUSE OAMPTON KY S 5 COMBS is investigating a case in Arkansas the foundation of which is based on peculiar grounds The applicant is John Marks late a private in Co C 3rd U S Cavalry In his atlidavit Marks sets forth that while stationed at Little Rock in 18C0 and while camped on nn abandoned cemetery near Peabody school house he was bitten by a tarantula The insect crept into his bosom as he lay asleep in his tent and he was awakened by a sharp slinging pain in his left breast He crushed the tarantula with A number of persons were coghis hand nizant of the accident From that time Marks has buffered terribly The flesh around the wound to the extent of a mans hand rotted away and as he avers his whole system was affected until he became a physical ireck His testimony is corroborated by a reputable physician who attended him for years The case will be finally ad judicated in a few weeks Marks is now liv- Â¬ ing at Center Ridge Ark and is reported sick and wholly destitute We knew a whole lot of fellows who were over come by a too free use of tarantula juice and they get no pension Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ngton The Pension office at Washi- Â¬ PKOrRiCTOii I i a Ringgold Boots and Shoes F priest who was imprisoned at Limerick The patronage of the traveling public is respectfully solicited Table the best and Ireland for n mouth for inciting the people to illegal acts in connection with the plan every attention for the comfort of guests of campaign was released Wednesday week Ten thousand people were collected around the prison and when he emerged he was received with prolonged cheers The May hare located jL li will keep on or Of the town the sheriffs the Municipal at Ezcl Mor- - wWk2r head ardca line Council and members of the clergy crowdof Clocks Jew ed around him and congratulated him upon qnn county I mm lnr anA WafKon A lrt ft ltnnf fino Sno iacies and Eye glasses Will sell goods at his release A carriage was in waiting and citv prices and guarantee satisfaction Re- the pricU was drivon to a hotel The police and u force of military were on duty to prepairing a specialty and work warranted T F CARR Respectfully c vent disorder The crowd escorted Father Ryan fourteen miles to his parish af ller bertstown The police followed the crowd the whole distance but were delayed wlion half way to Herbertstown by a car which had been drawn across the road Father Ryan was thus enabled on his arrival home to address the people without interference The undersigned will begin school in Ezcl lie advised tho people to adopt tho plan of Morgan county MONDAY JAN 2 1S88 campaign which he said was moral and just which will continue five months und she notwithstanding everything that Lords both kindly solicits a liberal patronage from all spiritual and temporal said to the contrary friends of education Faculty Mis Mary Nickrll General The Democratic Committee Literature Mrs Anna J Fields Instrumen Â¬ of Anderson county has agreed upon and tal Music T1IRM8 OF TUITION announced a novel plan for nominating n C 25 Primrry Department caudidatc for Shcrifl The order provides Intermediate 7 CO that us many men as there are caudidats Languages Ac 8 75 Music 15 00 each precinct to have a separate force shall 1 50 bo appointed by the County Committee Board per week to Address MRS MARY P NICKELL go around and tnko the vote Each candidate may suggest the name of n frlerd in R TUGGLE each precinct but tho committee may reWITH ject any objectionable person The men so Co elected arc to carry a ballot box and a book JOBBERS OK in which to record the names of all persons voting It is also required that after the voter has written the name of hit choice on the ballot the clerk shall write the voters 95 and 07 WEST PEARL STREET name on the back of tho ballot This last CINCINNATI OHIO provision is for the purposo of enabling the committee to throw out any illegal votes TRADERS DEPOSIT RANK One week Is allowed for taking the vote and the boxes are to be opened and the votes Counted by the County Committee on the MT STERLING KY third Monday in March Â¬ 1 Father Matthew Ryan the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MRS MARY HICKELLS SELECT SCHOOL Â¬ Â¬ J M BiaSTAFF President W W THOMSON Caahicr V DIRECTORS Jamjw Chornv Dr It R Drake rttir Andrkw FB8LEK J T Highland county Piggs nro to the Wolfe county Hoggs Will Tim HkHaiI nud Monitor please ex plain Frenchburg Courier Dont know the Hoggs may huvo as cended from the Piggs or the Plggs descond cd from tho noggs If we could see em root we might tell you But there Is an old oouplet which runs thus It is u hard to tell where h pig ceases to bo a pig and becomes a hog aa it is to tell where moderate drinking ends and druukennew begin Wonder what kin the Powell Â¬ Â¬ tho KontuckyLegislature the Stinking Creek neighborhood and near Representative Hogg ot Owsley county the Bell county Hue was shot and instantly oilercd a resolution to require tho Superin killed by Berry Hensleyou Friday lust For tendent of the Feeble Minded Iustitute to soma months nensley hud hocn living in state what was the coat per capita to the Bakers house Baker went to him tho day State for the care ot inmates of his inntltu- befoie and told him he must give posses tion unnunlly Thii was introduced with a sion next day threatening him in case he probable design to obtain the ground work did not Ileuley begged Bilker but he 11000000 of a bill to abolish the institute und was satd he would make good his pledge He fl Wo have tricdto truce our relationship made iu opposition to Mr Settles bill to shouldered his Winchester next morning with Mr J but unforlunutcly we nro una throw the care of pauper idiots upon the and wont to Bakers barn Baker went to ble to authentically assert that any of our Mr Hogg will ojjgue that the tho burn to feed where Hcnsley who was graudpnps ever gave him a chaw of tcr counties I cost of each idiot confined in tho institution eonecaled within fired upon his unsuspect- Â¬ backer is much greater than of those who reside ing victim Philadelphia special to the Hensley is still at large This in the counties and that most of those in Is the third of the Baker family killed in Cincinnati Enqujrer sjutcs that Edward the Fcoble mindcd institute come from a less than a year his brother and father hav Maul the NfiHtor of Delaware pilots died restricted circle of country not included In ing been killed last winter by a neighbor lail week leaving an ealato vaued dt 2fi A bill has bpen mimed Ferguson tho mountain counties 000 Tlii legal representatives of the dead in a quairel about land presented by Representative Wood which man huve a letter In the McCracken Ky cir- Â¬ addressed found among his papers curlbuj provides that any person who shall willfully to hem which throws a fall under oath administered by the Asses cuit court Thursday Jan 10th Susie Rtidd and romantic light upon his character m colored was convicted of kllllug her hus sor to list any and all cash cash notes and band Charles Rudd und sentenced for two habts He informed his family ho had choses in action owned by him at tho time years She shot Rudd on tho previous Fri accumulated a large tQX of gold coins ahd of listing shall bo deemed guilty of perjury day night and ho died Sunday morning that this glittering treasure would bo foujitf and if convicted shall he confined in tho She escaped after the shooting aud was cap- - buried beneath his housoatLcwiDclaware penitentiary not less than one nor more fifteen miles in the country Saturday The communication explained that thi j A bill was introduced by turcd than two years Indictment was brought Tuesday and six monoyhud been colqctcd iVom time to Utai Mr Johnston to facilitate the assessment of for fortV years or niort anil consisted of days alter the crime sho was eonviotod horses for taxation Tho intention in to gold coin no had Jim Taylor a member of every foreign as pilot Explicit recejved fir classify tho running and trotting thoroughhfa services dlrftetloai The the Baptist church nt Keeno Ky shqt Low were gi yen as to where the strong box with breds so as to show their true vuluo House has passed a bill providing that tho is Woolfork another member who reported its golden fortune could bo found TljeeW number oi gtiurds employed in conveylug that Taylor was drinking too muoh tangle pilot had never coilhtcd tho coins hut bad prisoners to the penitentiary shall not ex- Â¬ foot Taylor laid for Woolfork and shot tossed tl cm In from time to time UjbW ceed one for two prisoners P P Johns- hire in the dark Thursday iiight of last week soarohing an directed the hnirs fouad tka ton offered a bill fixing the salary of the Taylors revolver only had one load in it box and upon breaking it opea feaad it and that did not penetrate dangerously Secretary of Stato at 3000 per annum heaped un with gold films of almost evsry Taylor was arrested Senator Picratt offered a bill to authorize nation Some of them were old eetaa f the Secretary of State to furnish reports of The whipping post if it is to mush greater value as enrtoelti tkaa fcr the Court of Appeals and other books to bo erected for wlte bcaters should also b their Intrinsic worth Tke was certain officers cf Wolfe county put up tor husband beaters Them ant a California twenty Ive pfeee aad Um The bill restricting the number of the women who whip small dslimitq bnbHtijf largeet a aiB wortk iatrUiiftfedly Wat Iff1 guards to be employed by a Sheriff Is aimed aad even large mat Kvtrykttty rm so Their total value will ateeetat U at the mountain people and will prove to bers tho suit breugkt byJehri D ShHIvah 000 NeaneareejaaMtsaUoldaiiMl bo it curse to our law and order if it become against Urn ft allf lag erwsl and iakamait ak a heard ef wealtk aboat the iHMiiee o law It Is ta hi hoped the Senate will shew treatateat Our lAW akrs saaaUl aad the arkae xilUeelsask t Me kek teo MHeh sekse I pM it late this CoarIr JWBL I totally uexjeHl tithe hum Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ma Ohio Frank Smith his wifo and four felt for tho people of Browns Valley a vil Â¬ children wcro burned to death in their res- lage of 1500 souls iu Travers county Minno sota on the Dakota border It is in tho idence Club of Nashv- Â¬ region where casualties were greatest In the ille Tcnn has invited Governor Fornker blizzard reported in last weeka isjue and of Ohio to address them at that place Feb at St Paul uo reports have been received directly from them for several days Browns tuary 22nd Gr - Valley is on a branch of tho Manitoba road of ville Ky brutally beat his bride and at Â¬ running southwest from Morris forty six tempted to take her life for refusing to glve miles No trains have ruu to Browns Val ley since Christmas and telegraphic comhim money to spend in drinking Besides thu munication is interrupted country roads are banked Aill of snow to warns Senator Picratt that bfc must not vote tho depth of four feet on a level and ure ugainst the charter of the Charleston Ken Impassable everywhere On Sunday Jan tuoky and Western railroad or iall to vote 15 a man walked across tho country on for it suow sliots from UrawnB Vnlcy to Behrds Bapt- Â¬ ley eight miles nwuy ami reported that Meeks ist minister was taken from bis home at there was neither a pound of coal nor a St Omer Indiana by Knights of the Switch stick of firewood in the village and that and flogged for failure to provido for his Uiq sufferlnjjof the people rpuld nothq es family timated He sajd that after burning aU their own fuel they made n raid upon thc Aflhcville North Carolina A dozen denths Manitoba round house and confiscated all per day arc reported and every effort to ar fcoal stored there When this supply was rest the dread disease proves futile People exhausted the railroad buildings were torn down and chopped into firewood Aftar are leaving town by thejscore jdory the man begged a of telling his it across bin shoulder and sank uf tramp coal threw the Sixth lutantry band at Jbort Leaven- ed back to his family Many tar ldadii df worth lias been arrested and taken to Indefuel consigned to Browns Vulley nro block pendence Mo where he Is wantcdfor the aded ot Morris and a large force oi men Is murder and robbery of James Weir three engaged in opening thu line up but trains weeks ago can not be got running for four or five days farm- Â¬ At St Paul Jan 19 tho weather report er living near Hopkins vilic was found dead showed tho following conditions at tho in his buggy on tfyc publicroad between his points named St Paul thermometer IS home and Cadiz laBt week He was old and degrees below cloudy St Vincent Minn had frozen to death while trying1 to reach 32 below clear Huron Dak 20 below lair home after night Yankton Dale 16 below fair Bismark 20 below clear Helena 12 below snow Qu seventy uine years died at her residence Appcllc N W T 31 below clear Garry uear Nicholnsville Ky Thursday week sur 30 below clear roundad by her many grandchildren und friends She was of the pioneer Singleton headed by Frank Phillips Deputy Sheriff family well known andlnrgelyvconnectcd of Pike county are after the leaders of the in the State Hatfield gang who attacked the MdCoys Â¬ They have them located but should they Cotton while ing coal near the freight depot at Danville fail to find them in their rendezvous will Ky Wednesday week was ussassinated scour thu wilds of West Virginia but what some one shooting him with a shot gun He they get them Excitement is still great had had trouble with thieves whom he de throughout that entire section and every tected stealing coal and with other persons body is aroused Stone Coal W Va is iii a tcrriblcstate und has beeu ever since the in regard to other matters Son of Cyn renewal of the Hal field McCoy feud on the thiana have a young peach orchard of GOO 1st Inst since which time three of the lat acres at Kings Mountain Ky which they ter have boen killed while the Hatfield expect to bear this year Trains on the gang has lost four by death hud two badly Cincinnati Southern will be loaded with the wounded and six captured and lodged in fruit on the farm and it will be landed In the Pike county jail charged with the mur der of the McCoy boys Since their arrest Cincinnati the same day it is gathered peace has rigncd supremely between the posses factions notwithstanding the Kcntuekinns is sor of a very bad cold and fifty six reme have organized and are scouriog the coun dies all of which ho received with the ad try in search of tho Hatficlds whom they vauco statement that they would knock propose to annihilate Tho jail at Pikevillc ne still has the is strougly guarded day and night by eight it silly in ten minutes cold and any persou of legal age and good armed men who stand guard for the double moral character can have the bottles Car purpose of preventing the escape of the Use News prisoners and to give the ulnrm should a Soak your stomach posse from West Virginia swoop down upon J Heres anothern in B Bourbon sour mash We were about them to say bay rum but the other will prove livi- Â¬ equally efficacious and more popular ng about ten miles from Barbourville iu Â¬ Thursday week near Li A great deal of solicitude is It is announced that tfrahkie Â¬ A Republican lton N Y Friday Billy Dcmpsy one of tho combatants fell dead Ohio last week of starvation and the coro ncr found 1000 hid away in his hut NJ In a prize fight at tfort Hami- Wm Price died at Girarcl Two tramps werq struck by W Howard Iiopkins- Â¬ Â¬ The Three Forks Enterprise train on the Pennsylvania railroad near Qrccusboro Pa and were literally ground to pieces ton Ky Henry Metcalfe was shotjand ilia stantlykilled by Tom OBrien treusurcVat Lells variety JJieatre Saturday night at LexiifffJ the boy JasJFoylii Catnbudge murdMasn was hanged at tho A Rev Wesley a Â¬ erer Â¬ jail on Friday morning for tho murder of Georgo Codmnn lu 1887 Meningitis is epidemic at Â¬ arrested at Sullivan Indiana charged with the murder of Depot Agent P6wcrs at Mar shall Illinois some time ago Charles Parkhurst has beori Â¬ Charles Meyer a member Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ohio are making preparations for a grand banquet to be given in Columbus on Lin Â¬ colns birthday February 12th lin county Thursday or last week 11111 aul UobMttnlcr werc Instantly Rolaltd killed by the explosion of uboilcr Ky The Republican Leaguepf Near Peaks Mill in Frank Â¬ Â¬ Wm P Lewis a rich fannqrsnuuicd Baker and tlitt becamq Near Little Rock Ark two in- Â¬ volved in aqunrrcl over tho division of some land and stabbed each other with bowle knives Buker ificd Roman Catholic Church lit College Point L I broke open the tabernacle and stole two silver chalices and koiiic siver candlesticks aud othtr articles valued in all at 300 mill the largest in the United State was burned Friday loss 200000 1 This will of course increase tho price of envelopes but TjHF HkkaLu continues to nriu t nt lowest living rates Mrs Elizabeth Price aged Thieves entered StFidolios A party numbering twenty White watch pe The Jlolyoke Mnss envelo- Â¬ Â¬ Count his bed Bylundt-Rheydtmi- nÂ¬ J A McKee ister of war of the Austrian umpire is seri ously affected with hernia aud confined to 1 Doseliim with sassufrao teaaud apply a polk root pontticc to he 6oro spot lto men only at Kansas City Mo Sunday The nttendnuce was six thousand und the collection forloncsperonal benefit amount ed to 3000 mistook the dirt in his speech for real estate and thus accounts for its liberality Sam Jones revivalist spoke Â¬ Â¬ Ye editor the proud Â¬ The Courier Journal thinks the crowd Ben Baker Jr a farmer In has received reliable information that u large estate in England to which he is one uf tho principal heirs ii about to be distrib Â¬ uted The estate has been in litigation aincc 1872 and has bust the claimants a consider able sum in cstnbliihing the justicuof thcr However they have succeeded in claim establishing their relationship and ItIs no longer a question of trouble Tho courts huvo decided that the claim must bo puld The estate is enormously large and originally belonged to Ilufug Jennings of Bjf mingham England It is at present worth 138000000 aud Jotcr sharo amounts ty Â¬ W E Jeter of ConyersGa Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ aUt ei Â¬ ai i lk W - a fn yw T t- - Tjj mimiPipiKw n miipia PH11 wKBwm B ww f fTWKVJCwfipfw ym HKT I M if I KI i ii Hazel Green Herald SPKNOEIl COOrER Publisher HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY Iff MY VISION Up thro the mlatj of childhoods tender memories Flouts iv dear vision which I orten hoo Morn noon and nlht with gentle benediction On sou or shore It kindly visits mo it morn botweon the fllccplnjf nnd tlio waking It comes nnd hullows nil the duy for tnc Arms mo with high resolves my strength renewing My fathers face then fondly do I seo At noon In all his rugged manly vigor Wearing the marks of anxious toll for me Bearing the heat and burden uncomplaining That loving faco again I seem to sec And In tho twilight when tho duy Is fudlng me cniuircufl hour then brings him sweetly As Â¬ l i Â¬ H I M f I seem again to heur his words of cheer Ills tender counsel wise and true and loving Ills Joy In ours his grlof at our pain Yes In tho twilight at tho childrens hour Neath fathers roof tree Im n child again And when tho twilight deepens near at our fireside toll and caro forgotten piped Orcutt and thoy dont go to school any more Thoy used to maintained tho master I caijit control mysolf very well plead- Â¬ ed Phu bc drying her face But nobody is to blame She has to carry too old a head suid Mrs Barker putting her guest in tho gilt backed chair und spreading her napkin Sho ought to bo thinking of young folks nnd u good time and hero alio is worrying to save money and studying Dutch between whiles Next time you como Mr Barker shant hold a school examination over you Do let him How little I shall ever know If Mr Barker does not train mo Audi havo been seeing young people 8ho began to toll about Psycho Fnwcett nnd talked rapidly while tho meal lasted After supper the muster and his son went into the twilight chopped wood and kindling fed tho pig and carried fodder to and milked tho cow In the midst of theso homely cares and while the masters bass reverberated among solemn trees with Old Hundred Phcobos voice and nresonco broke Into his hymn She wus standing wrapped in her scarlet shawl ready to go I ublo bodled mun lllco Gurlcy was at hund to defend her Mr Gurloy bus called to seo you suid feeling almost as safe and happy as if well through with tho world She turned and mot Mr Gurloy with a dignity ho could not add to her sincere and credulous unuge und while sho spoke sho wondered how soon her pursuer would enter Holmes silently thought her too scarlet in cheeks too dazzling in her eyes altogether too jKiwerful and pretty I was just about to trace you said Gurloy Miss Fawcott hub changed hor programme InstoudoniaviiigUB later in the week sho wants us this evening and as tho little partys so informal I hope youll be willing to substitute my escort for the other urrungement which was made for you I should liko to go o Miss Fuwcotts said Phcube choosing for herself like u princess Sho thought sho heard a now step in the kitchen My horse and phaeton aro ready said I camo early to make up for the Hurley luck of notice by giving you plenty of time to get ready in Oh I am always ready for any thing I might wash my hands jfnd beg Mrs Holmes for a bit of geranium I havo just ono dress explained Phoebe And that makes it so easy to be ready Â¬ Mrs Holmes Phcobe had stopped nt the sight of Tod ofles going to sleep It hurt her to remem Â¬ ber how lately sho hud locked him herself that room Mrs dcred to the familiar pocket ho complained that Thai was around aglri Never mind exclaimed Phoebe Thornoy muttered that ho did caro though Come after school repeated his sister I havo very much to say to you Thornoy And you can tell me all about it thou But go home now wont you And dont stop to siKjak anybody in tho woods dont linger around where inybody can got hold of you waylay you As If she were admonishing Red Hiding hood thought Gurloy What prowler would want this beautiful object Thornoy however absorbed all tho solid tudo his sister could jKMr over him and de Â¬ parted then us if his injuries wero but half salved Phoebe leaned forward In tho phae ton as it turned from Holmes gate to watch his slovenly figure plodding into tho woody -- DEADLY A Vlllllirui DRINKING VVATERI jiuviiiiu Tiny Â¬ home I Oood night Mr Darker I must hurrv this evening But you aro not going homo now You are going to spend tho overling and may bo stay all night Â¬ cro tho darkness Folds mo and mlno neath covering wings of night I see him bend before tho old homo attar And all my soul Is quickened with tho sight ness His folded pulms and reverent solemn air As from tho Dook ho loves he reads tho message Or lends us near to Heavens gate In prayer I our faces I tniut go Of his bowed head his locks of snowy white- Â¬ Â¬ And though tho lowers havo grown between For long long yenrs all flowers can never bo As fragrant as the momory of my father Whoso sulntcd fuce KUen KnVjht In viGlon liradford in Good Jlouteketping oft I seel Wait till Ivo milked tho strippings then commanded tho master You cant go alone Its dusk But repeating good night Phcubo was already on the path through the woods when Mrs Barker ran out of tho cabin after her However the master had scarcoly carried his frothing pails into tho house when Mrs Barker camo hack drawing her shawl to a focus over her nose She wouldnt lot me go a piceo with her suid the niustors wife I dont know what possesses that child to night She looked anxious as she hung her wrap on the deer antler Ill just step out und overtake her said Mr Barker But sho oughtnt to goulono through the woods ought sho Sho isnt alone Ogre dear A man mot her just out of the clearing Thats why turned back 1 saw sho wanted me to May bo it wus her brother or one or tho neighbors boys It was a stranger I took a trood look at him and enough worso looking ho is than hM- poor simple brother I dont like it And her getting so excited before suppor as if she saw soniethini out of the window und all I dont liko it either said the master rubbing his grizly head I - suid Phoebe Gurloy laughed out with approval but Mrs Holmes secretly shuddered at such flinging of ones poverty at a mans sympathies Sho had kindly planned decking Pluubo for this party in some of her own finery and felt ludignant at being robbed of such feminine pleasure und tho self-ap- -tflf 1 j Â¬ ing to Hurley Her mind reverts to her other dependent chick thought he Miss Fawtett said ho was to bring mo and take mo back Theres many a slip betwixt tho cup and McArdleslip I dont believe you like him she observed I havo noticed you taking him up short Taking him up short only Consider how virtuous that is of mo when I suffer to beat and kick him And ho so inoffensive laughed Phoebe He never injured you any wav did he No replied Gurloy 1 wish ho would Â¬ But Mr McArdlo suid Phoebe retur ed blood Tills blood is mado impuro bocauso of tho impurities in tho drinking water these impurities being deadly poisons which paralyze the nervo action of tho kidneys nud liver Whon theso blood purifying orgaua nro par alyzed then tho natural waato of tho body tho uric acid accumulates in tho blood nnd fovcr can not bo prevented until this excess of urio acid has been removed Tho greatest necessity of everyday lifois pure water Two thirds of onon body is mado up of water 1 f tho wator wo drink n impure then how can wo hope to cscapo Wherever cities nro dependent upon rivers or streams for their drinking water tho fovcr rages violently Throughout tho entire Southwest and Northwest tho wells aro low tho water is of vory poor quality and hero also tho fever rnge3 Tho authorities of Albany Now York Chicago Cincinnati St Louis Philadelphia and other largo cities aro warning tho people not to drink tho water without first boiling It to kill tho malarial and typhoid germs Buroly a winter of malaria and typhoid will ill prepnro our pcoplo to encountor a summer of cholera Cholera ami typhoid nnd malarial fevers can all bo prevented by simplo rules of life and thoso rules should bo studied by every ono Thoso diseases aro symptoms of a low stoto of tho system produced by tho vitiatÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Typhoid fever rages everywhere ju jkvuiuuii iunou LlOW It Â¬ CIIAPTKU IV Â¬ Dont A Brothers Keeper AND I i n l WOMANS WORK OF LOVE DUTY BY MARY HAETWELL CATHERWOOD STUPHEIf Auxnou or Ciiaqui O DOOM Tiik lost Mans Gtrniun Caiiik and Otiiuii Stohjks t ICopyrlgtteil 1837 ly the A X Kelloyg Xeictpa per Company CIIAPTEH Il CONTINUKI Now Miss lhccbc let us huvo that verb conjugated before wo blunt our minds with edge McArdlo in dress coat und pumps was the second person Pluube greeted on enter ing Miss Fuwcetts parlors He stood talking with a young girlone baud resting ou a chair back the other bunging gracefully by his side uud self consciousness radiating from him No other member of the class was in evening nttiro Gurloy saw with satisfaction that Pha bc wus instantly admired She moved daurit lessly into this little social sea feeling that like an iceberg she curried sevenfold of her bulk of cold misery below tho surface Not for her wore the timid unity and erratic carriage of young girlhood How silluring your Miss White is Cu pid said Psyche hooking her linger on his arm in the library 1 wish I hud black eyes and a racy color that moist poach liko richness of the skin They are so easily and simply dressed to She looks as dis- tiuguished as a queen accept your approval us a personal compliment said Hurley Now cast vour eve on McArdlo Why should I cast my eye on Mr Mc Ardlo You know he sets my teeth on Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Psyche eating Phoobo thcrofora plunged into German eon junction und afterwards produced her oxerelso from her pocket ho examlued it frowning Whats this This is too nmbitious A good student keeps hiseyo on tho structure of tho languuge ho doesnt run ufter senti- Â¬ Its tho lust part of Schillers Diver and is familiar enough to every bodv but me said Phoebe I did enjoy it Tho senso of much of it camo to mo without tho dictionary Yes I dont doubt it commented tho ranstor dissenting snorting Lot mo hear you pronounce now It bears ono along pleaded Pluubo oven tho foolhardiuoss which took him under tho wator u second time after ho had brought up tho cup in safoty once Tho muster listened to herroading giving vont to gutteral corrections while slio took her momontury stand in his book alcove Tho sash thoro was not so deeply imbedded in logs as wore tho other windows and such late light us still straggled across tho clear- Â¬ ing illuminated her and her German text Mrs Barkor drew back hor own ohnlr from thotnbloaud announced with housewifely formality that suppor was ready Orcutt having suspended his ciphering to hear Phcebos exorcise now briskly laid aside his slato und tho master was willing to postiono further drill uutil ho hud filled tho plates on tho table Como Miss Phcnbo Somo said ho day with constant practice and tho chance of conversing with intelligent Gormans you may get a fair grip of tho lunguago Whats tho matter child exclaimed Mrs Barker What do you seo out thoro I Oh uothing nothing replied Plunbc coming hwlftly awuy from tho window ment Iir Tho mun took several stops beside Phoebe before either of them spoke Sho drew her shawl close around her and shrunk on from him but sho did not look directly at him but glanced sidewise puckering her face in anguish Ho was a grotesque creature with tho various pieces of his clothing shabby and unmatched but tho most skillful of tailors could scarcoly havo molded him in gar ments suitable to his face It was emaciated and withered though neithor by disease nor ago Ono corner of his mouth twisted downward as if in a continued jeer and nervous spasms came and went over every atom of countenance which could bo moved and distorted Whenever ho becunio ex Â¬ cited in talk this singulur inllrmity played faster and faster liko evil lightning oveihis CHAPTKH Â¬ tns ih my NitornEU face Well tone said Phoebe in a high agitated All right suid her companion You saw mo beckon to you through tho window You know 1 saw you You wero a long timo getting nut IT you hadnt como prutty soon Id bolted in and asked for you I know you would What do you want now What do I want now mimicked tho twisted mouth When you aint seen mo for two years Wheres Thornoy Hes near mo of course ronlicd the shaking girl Why cant you let us alonof What should I want to lot you ulono for Aint I got my rights Your rights said Phabc ilorcely 0 you vtfekod millstone you want to drag us under forever You know when 1 was sorry for you and tried to help you But you cant linposu on ino any more And Ill defend Thornoy against you swallowing piteously and using hor hands against hor throat to press back tho explosive sounds You look like defending any thing laughed the man Dont do that now You nevor made any thing bellowing at mo Didnt you know Id drop around somo day Ohyes I know It you always do thoros no help and no escape Well then shut up your doleful racket I aint going to hurt you No Im past being struck with your list now - but never past being robbed and shamed Tho man broko off a bit of bark and chewed it as ho kept puco with her How much moiioy havo you ho in quired Youll dog Thornoy and mo just tho same If I give it to you Ivo bought you off ror tho last time Youll gtvo mo what money you havo Im clear down If you dont Ill make a stake the way you despise ami Ill tako Thornoy Pluubo faced about and thoy stood still with tho path hot ween them Theres a hundred other things I can do added tho man grinning You know you dont want to own mo around hero Not a drop of my blood owns a drop of yours burst out Pluubo I havo lived a blumeless life You do your worst I wont give you my earnings und you will leave my brother Thornoy alouo too Sho walked rapidly nhead into tho dusky woods Ho wus at no pains to overtake hor but lot tho space widen between them thrusting his hands into his txckcts and breathing a crook mouthed whistle on his chin Phonbo fooling frozen In her lust mood and carrying her defiant head erect en- Â¬ tered tho familiar sitting room whero Mrs Holmes wus rocking tho baby to sloop Sho ontorcd us ono who hoard tho cry of wolves behind hor and know tho wolves might yet burst in and claim hor notwithstanding an I Â¬ Oh you will Phoebe began to sob aloud do you do proval which would huvo been consequent on it At the very least her lace bertha or a sash might have relieved the girls som berness but now sho felt too outraged to add even the bit of geranium You are in fact un Asccnsionist commented Hurley and go about all the time becomingly robed for the day of judgment You havo said It exactly Pluubo told him smiling holding hor tears sternly in their cisterns And you havent any idea what a feeling of companinnhhip you can havo towards a gown that is liko yourself alone in the world Your brother wants to see you Miss White said Handy speaking at tho kitch en door a shudc of patronage coloring her tone to tho sister of such a brother Phoobo expanded standing quite erect and high Oh does he Bring him to me then Bring him directly in here Handy withdrew her one eyed counte nance und Mrs Holmes carried Toddles into his nursery Instead of the llguro which tho girl had braced herself to meet however Thornoy White camo in sniffling and downcast too timid to lift his eyes us high as a strangers face yet too doggedly indignant at the world in general to avoid all encounter with it Ho seemed ready to fall apart so slight a hold had his gnr meats on each others support and his hay coloyed hair hung over a silly fuce whtrh expressed nothing but an appeal to his sister His sprawling boots wero heavy with such moist earth as ho had been able to collect npon them during his tramp across tho Hollow but barnyard odors rather than breath of tho spring woods saturated his presence and spread around lum The black wool hat which hud gathered dust undisturbed since Phoebe brushed It lust was worried down to his ears ami propped by them and his hands apicarod well along on their journey to ward his knees in yawning trowser jackets Thorncys elfin evidently put on as unuf tor thought and scarcely belonging to his face hung in moments of vacancy toward his breast but just now feeling tho presence of unexpected society he made successive efforts to hold It up ami swallowed audibly in tho struggle Hurley thought ho had nover seen a more repulsive creature But if Thornoy had been a shining und ilrm angel Pluubo could not havo run to him with swirter change of countenanco and manner She turned him towards Gurloy maternally as both vouch ing for him and challenging his opponotits This is my brother Mr Hurley sho My good little brother though ho is said older than I am and looks so tall Hurley advanced his hand and irreoted this good little brother Shake hands Thorney prompted his sister in a quick low tone and say how Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ because the annoying engaged fueling is off cant see why girls take prido in such dis- Â¬ comfort And if an almost endurable creat- Â¬ ure like yourself hampered me Oh consider what it might have been with that wraith of manhood yonder as the party of the second part I shall always remember gratefully Swuimdown that you rate me a little above McArdlo McArdlo denied beforo tho fellows to day that ho had the slightest acquaintance with this young girl whon I hud seen him take money from her bund which sho hud earned by hurd days work Ho didnt want to identify himself with her or bring her out at all ho only wunted to make use of her good will Jack why do you set me to despising people in my own house It is so inhospitable I didnt pull you in here to havo my temper excited but to ask you how to break that stiffness Oh do all the girls and young men in Hreeusburg stand up like that and freeze each others marrow for polite- hiiku wucu inev moot at an easv in s 1 Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ ring back to you There ure sottiu subjects on which our harmony is utter Hight there our harmony would break into discords I never felt as kindly toward you in my life as I do to night and its all Â¬ hadnt I better bring our old engagement said Hurley with gravity Psyche social I am afraid they do responded Hurley They never used to do it mourned diseased conditions It is impossible Tho stomach llvor and kidneys can not purify polluted water Some cautious pcoplo resort to tho filter for purifying this water but oven tho filter docs not removo this poison for water of tho most deadly character muy paj- through this filter und become clear yet the poison disguised is there They who uso Alters know that thoyrauBt becomo renewed at regulnr periods for even though they do not tako out ull tho impurity they soon become foul Now in liko manner tho human kidneys actus n Alter for tho blood and if tjey aro filled up with impurities and Income foul liko tho filter all tho blood iti tho system coursing through them becomo i bad for it is now a conceded fact that the kidneya aro tho chief means whereby tho blood is purilled Theso organs are lillcd with thousands of hair liko tubes which drain tio impurities from tlio blood as tho newer pipes druin impurities from our houses If a sower pipe breaks undor the house tho sewage cscuies into tho eirth and lills tho house with poisonous gu so if any of tho thousand and ono Iittlo huir liko sower tubes of tho kidneys break down tho entire body Is uffected by this awful poison It is a scientific fact that tho kidneys havo few nerves of sensation and consequently diseaso inny eritt in theso orgaua for a long timo and nut be turpeeted by tlio individual It Is impossiblo to filter or tako tho death out of tho blood when tho loat derange ment exists in theso organs and if the blood is not filtered thou tho uric acid or kidney poiBon removable only by Warners safo euro accumulates in tho system and attacks any orgun producing uina out of ten ailments just as sewer gas and bud drain age produce so many fatal disorders Kiduoy disease may bo known to exist if thero is any marked departure from ordi- Â¬ nary health without uppurout known eaufee and it should bo understood by all that tho grcutcst peril exists and is intensified if thoro is tho least neglect to treat it promptly with that great bpecifle Warners safo cure a remedy that has received tho highest recognition by scieutjlio men who havo thoroughly investigated tho character of kidney derangements Tho liver when deranged immrdMt announces tho fact by nallow akin constipated bowels coated tongue and headaches but tho kidney when diseased struggles oij for a long tiiiie and thofatof its disease can only bo discovered by tho aid of tho m1 croscopo or by tho physician who is skillful enough to traco tho most indirect effect in tho system to tho derangement of theso or gans as the prime cause - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ other Were trying to bo polished suid Gur ley And when we dont dance wo poso and drop an occasional word to each Tiik counterfeiter no matter whoro ho 1h seldom well lodged At least it iH believed chut wherever he fa ho his bad quarters Motion Courier gooH V Bho put hor hands over her face but not in time to stop a stray sob Mis Barker put hor arm around Phoobo and potted tho girls head against hor shoul- Â¬ der Tho mastor with hlsjlsts clasped tho thumbs pointing upwards ono nt each sido of the pile of plates glared sternly at his pupil ever Mvrrmt ciiiih May bo I fancied ono of tho divers monsters had eomo up out of tho whirlpool and was grinning at mo I wish I could plungo into somo pluco and bo hid und quiet for- Â¬ whats tiik Â¬ Youve been worried out ho pro nouneed The children of that whole dis trict need killing Ive said so reputedly Theyre n noUy scandalous set Ob no Mid Phoebe Â¬ o Yea they do Bomo of them ought to bo gkinued slowly ami hung up in tho sun to dry AdftM aud Mom Guy for instance Adip and Mote Hay aint children I under bin chin to suppoyt it and Bllding tho other behind him whonco it toon wan- - mitted into the Uuiou ing his eyes off tho floor Hes so bashful explained Phojbe in tho tone a mother uses when sho says hes cutting his teeth And sho added u swift admonition to Thornoy to keep his hands out of his jackets and stand stralghter Hes worso than McArdlo inwardly re Â¬ marked tho young gentleman Poor iittlo mother hen What unnatural chicks sho bus to scratch for And what was It Thornoy I inquired Phoobo Im going out this evening to stay until ufter our bed tlmo You wont mind coming to tho school houso ufter school will you Wo can talk it over thoro Thornoy perhaps had his attention ocÂ¬ cupied by tho disposal of Ida hundn or ho was too dull to seo how sho hastened to bur his tolling what it was Thrusting ono list I thrust his moist and dirty hand Into Hur leys palm with a mumble but without tuk Thornoy shullled forward a step and Dance If they only would But you A General Tio Up told mo hulf tlio men are divinity studeuts of all tho means of public couvoviinro in a and not dancing men at all largo city even for a during a Besides added Gurloy wo are in striko of tho employesfew hours a general nieaus somo awe of our present hostess Wo be Â¬ paralysing of tnulo and industry for tho lieve she conies straight from courts and timo being nud is attended with on enor occupies herself comparing us commou mous aggregate loss to the community How much moro serious to the individual clods to duchesses and counts and so on What shall I do I would actually get In tho general tie up of his svAtom known as upon a tublo and cut a caper if that would constipation and duo to tho strike of the most important organs for moro prudent treat- Â¬ miiko them comfortable ment and better care If too long neglect- Â¬ Try it ed a torpid or sluggish liver will produco Is this the way you help mo exclaimed serious forms of kidney and liver diseases Psyche Hashing her rings us if through malarial troublo and chronic dvspcpsia Dr them sho discharged hor surplus electricity PicrcoB Pleasant Purgutlvo Pellets aro a prevent ivo and cure of thoao disorders I would just love to bite you lllco I used to Thoy aro prompt sure and cffcotivo pleasant when wo ilrst fought each other to take and positively harmlead Yes I carry the eugruvingof your lovely Hngcriiuil under my right ear yet observed It Is tho shop plo the Hurley with enjoyment But l was going piece that pubscth that often furnishes Alia unduitinding to suy that when wo Hreensburgers want California to relax and limber ourselves thoroughly wo take to charades and tableaux Nothing Without Itn Sting Oh how easy And that too in tho shuno of tho heart suid Psycho Why burn most nbomlnnblo of aeJltles alter didnt you suy so before And then wo end with college songs and eating if indigestion in its chronic form has you in its clutches Neither if It lias go homo blessing our outertalner can you long cxiect immunity from biliousThe company was accordingly soon divided ness and constipation Iti pleasing coin twain ono section chatting expectantly lleagues tho hideous trio violng ouch with on rows of chairs tho other wrangling anil each to render youi Hfo moro miserable eager m a grcon room to which tho house Get Hostotters Stomach Bitters at once wardrobes wero iiiudo tributary Psychos Insist upon the genuine in gla33 and uso it auut a quiet lady who scarcoly Impressed with rutionnl persistence ones memory was nuido inanugor of stago If you would cccnra n fresh Bharo of lifo properties Miss Fnwcett and Phoobo who wero to seek tho fresh uir lxa inttuji appear as the captlvo Qwan of Scots and StrmiEX Changes of Wcathor cause Throat ono of hor Marys remained together while a iiui u in no moro effectual ran tho rest of tholr company wont forth to uioviwuo edy for Coughs Colds etc than liuowvs open thouct UliONllUAb Thocuks Sold ohIii in Ooxtt When they hud completed their own fan Prioa 25 eta tastle adornment they set down to wait und Psycho smiled at Phcubo An Irlah wako in usnallv characterized by a spree da corpse saya tho ihinjtat Urdic TO UK COXliNTKPJ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tiieub is nothing In tho composition of warrant the uamo Bed lead is an oxide of lead and white lead Is a car bonuto of lead but tho black loud used In pencils Is neither a metul nor u compound of metal It Is plumbago or graphite ouo of tho forms of carbon loud pencils to Ir utVoted with Boro Kyos uso Dr Isnau Thompsons Kyu WatorDruggists aoU iu at the lowest figure The girl with tho highest hat Is reckoned V in Haven Aei at leant sixty thousand Inhabitants in a State ii order to bo adÂ¬ miiRt bo lnriiB Pikes Toothacno Drops Curo in ono rolnuto muos Honey of llorehound and Tar If you want to bo cured of a cougu us iukrc is n great deal of blow about the aiguai keivlce omcers Uotton 1oiL HAZEL GEEEN HERALD 8PENCKH COOPKR Iubitatjor IAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY THE WIND Tho ways of tho wind aro eorlo And 1 lovo them nil Tho blithe tho nind and the dreary nmko any snorillco rather than to part with ono dime If you havo nothing hut dimes In your pocket whon you want a cigar go without tho cigar If you want lunch and havo nothing but dimes go without lunch If you have only a dimo in your pocket and want to ride homo on a horso car brace up and walk Savo your dimos 44 Well what will bo tho result of it dollar a quartor a dimo and a nickel Tho dimo 1 took out of my trousers Spring winter and tilt It will surprise you If you aro a w When it tells to tho waiting crocus Its beak to show And huiigr on the waysldo locust Dloom buncnas of snow When it cornea llko u balmy blessing From the musky wood Tho halt grown roses caressing Till their chooks show blood When It roars In tho autumn season And whines with rain Or sleet llko it mind without reason Or a soul In pain When tho woodwnvs onco so spicy With bud and bloom Are desolate Bear and icy As the Icy tomb When tho wild owl crouched and frowsy In tho lotten troe Walls dolorous cold and drowsy Ills shudderlug melody Thon I lovo to sit in Docombcr Whore tho bit hearth sings And dreaming forgot and romumbcr A host of things And the wind I hoar how It strangles And tobb and sighs On tho roofs sharp shivorlng angles froo spender your savings will nssumo largo proportions You will bo stir prised whon you adopt tho plan to eoo tho number of dimos in circulation Now when you como to think of it a dime is no small sum If you save all tho dimes 3011 get in change you savo nearly one half of your small ex Â¬ penditures If you nre not free with your monc3our savings will of courso not amount to a great deal still they will come to an interesting sum in time The plan seems to bo as 1 said devised for the purpose of making peo Â¬ ple who spend 11101103 freely savo a part of their pocket money It is a good thing too in the way of teaching a man frugality and thrift I boliovo that an3 ono who learns to save in small things will not be long in learn Â¬ ing to save in largo things Try tho thing awhile and sco what comes of it That front tho sklos In tiow It groans and romps and tumbles In the gront throatod chimney rumbles Then nil at onco falls dead Till It conies like footstops slipping Of ft child on tho stair Or a quaint old gentloman tripping With hca7ily powdorcd hair Ami my soul grows anxious huurted For those onco dear The long lost loves departed In tho wind draw near And I seem to seo tholr faee- s- attics oorhcad Not one estranged In their old accustomed places Round tho wide hearth ranged that watts and poises Where tho shadows sway Makes their visionary voices Seem calling mo far away And the wind And I wake in tears to listen Again to tho sobbing wind Far out on the lands that glisten Like the voice of one who sinned MaiJUon J Can in in toulsville CourUr-Jour-n- it THE DIME CKAZE Saving All tho Ton Cent PIocos Got in Change Interesting Kxporlenoe IIiivh Tried Ono Youug Man Who Oot a Wife by tho Novel Scheme It of Thoso Who Two young gentlemen stepped into a cigar store yestonlay and one of them bought and paid for two cigars Tho cigars cost ten cents each and the man who sold them handed back in t change for the silver dollar that had been tendered him eighty cents in ten Thereupon one of the cent pieces young men laughed vociferously and the other who had bought the cigars pocketed the eight dimes with an ex Â¬ pression approaching chagrin and said Just my luck by George However said he after lighting his cigar if thcroa any more spending to be done old fellow youve got it to do for Im broke When the young man loft tho storo tho cigar man turned to a Ilepublican reporter who had witnossed the trans Â¬ action and said Do you know what that means No WT ir I It means that tho young fellow who bought the cigars is at the same time eighty oonts ahead and eighty cents behind He is ahead in money that lie will savo and behind in money that he probably wanted to use today I dont understand you Well tho young man has simply caught tho dimo saving craze And what is tho dime saving Â¬ erae m It is something that may not bo exactly new but is now for all that 1 know to tho contrary The scheme is never to spend a dime It was proba Â¬ bly devised for tho benefit of thriftless people who aro not able to savo their niouey in a rcgidar way and for a plan of saving it is ono of tho best I over heard of Hundreds of young follows liavo caught it and limit their wants accordingly My business sutlers from the practice to somo extent but not a groat deal In faot I am something of a dime savor mysolf and I get new customers by explaining tho plan to them and getting them to adopt it Thnv come in to soo mo about it nearly every day and toll mo how well thoy arc doing Supposing you glvo mo tho plan moro in detail Well you mako up your mind to keep every dimo that comes into your possession Yon aro novcr to part with a ten oont pioco under any cir- Â¬ Whenever you rocolve a cumstances dimo in ohango put it away and whon you get homo placo it hi a box or re coptuclo for safo kooping Tho moro dimes you got in chango the grcator your savings will bo You aro to Inquiries among personal friends served to show the reporter that the dime saving plan had become to many of them a fascinating habit I took up the scheme last spring said a young married man at the so- Â¬ licitation of ni3 wife We had been iiguring up 1113 expenses that is my personal expenses and she doclared me frightfully extravagant I insisted that the expenses could not well be She advised tho practice of curtailed a little self denial in the matter of ci- Â¬ gars shines and all other little ex Â¬ penses that eat up a dollar so quickly I said it would be impossible for me to forego these little luxuries as U103 had so grown upon me and she while as Â¬ severating she did not want mo to revolutionize things maintained that a little denial of those pleasures a mod- Â¬ eration of them in fact would improve me financially and physically It was nboutjthat time that I heard tho dimo scheme and I became an of advocate and devotee of it at once Well you wouldnt boliovo how I profited by it It became a matter of the greatest interest to me in tho tirst placo to secure change that had no dimos in it In the second place it be Â¬ came interesting and amusing to deny myself certain things lothorwiso would buy without any thought of saving Every thing I denied myself became really a source of pleasure to mo and I would not only onjoy tho saving of tho money that would otherwise have boon spent ut I enjoyed tolling my wife about it Furthermore I felt the keenest interest in tho pile of dimes that was constantly growing I felt free to spend in some things because I knew that I would get 1113 return in dimes Tito desire to add to 1113 pile however kept mo from biding many and man3 a thing I should have been as eager us before to secure I know you will refuse to believe me now when I toll you that 1 have saved in six months nearly 100 Its a solemn fact though and by Christ Â¬ mas I think 1 shall have saved about My salary Is 92o00 a year and 150 has been for two 3ears past and I am realty ashamed to say that never until I adopted this dime saving mothod My wife havo I saved any money and I aro delighted with it and I think I seo my wa3 to saving 1000 next year 1 havo determined to buy a house and lot with dimes and to be Â¬ come a wholesome example to my 003 if I should live until ho becomes a young man and am confident that I shall never cease adjuring him to save his dimes said tho gentlemans wife Now you need not think that ho is tho only member of the firm that does any dime saving If you knew what a walker I had become through 1113 un Â¬ willingness to part Avith a dimo you would open your eyes in wonder Often and often I havo walked homo from Fourth street because of having I have no other money than dimes monny I saved nearly all 1113 church and as for never luy a fashion paper candy I get it b the box or not at all I have saved at the market in shops and at tho stores I never spend a dime and have gone without many things and takou a positive 11111113 pleasuro in tho sacrifice Several of tho boys started In with me said a 3nuug gontloman who fell 111 talking with tho reporter about tho and I dont suppose any dimo habit of us intended to keep tho thing up or to do any thing moro than try it for a day or two just for tho fun of tho thing Tho practice of self denial is a mighty enjoyable thing though If 3011 can sooyoursolf prospering at so much a denial I novor cared much for lint this dimo business has 11101103 niado a regular miser out of mo Hut I was going to toll you about how I profited by it Whon I adopted tho practlco I had Â¬ vlotory inspire you with larger hop and with greater courage Mako tne most of it both for tho help of your BACCHANALIAN SONG pockot and put Into a vent pookot Tho own causo and tho hlndranco of that nickel 1 paid for streot car fare tho Fur Dnvru Thy Dopths Clii4iiipagii of tho saloon 2d Do all that is possi Â¬ quartor I handed to a newsboy on tho Fill high your bowl with fusil oil ble to eduoato and strengthen public With tannin let your cups bo orownodl car for a papor Tho boy returned mo sontlmont against tho saloon This strychnin gives relief to two dimes Thcso wout into tho vest If Lot strychnias generous toll abound I extremely important work may bo juice pocket Tho half dollar I banded at With oil of vitriol cool your brains pushed b3 manifold processes 3d Or animated atoms brow noon to tho cashier at tho rostaurnnt Combino wherovor you can and as far your and whero I took a thirty cont lunch and I And till gloc artorles heartsglue veins ns you can for tho good of tho With and infusorial received two dimos in change Fifty cause Combino to cripplo as woll fragrant fumo of kreosotol cents put away I should havo bought as to destroy combino in ward and llowltchlngbowl of Prussian blue a cigar ordinarily but I was fifty conts Who would not cool his parching throat village and town ns woll as in county With your bright offspring mountain dew behind and felt I had to savo to mako and State Combino in legal action aught that my 11101103 hold out for noccssarics In Stronger thnn mighty brainwrecked thn frame in Legislative work In political on Or shook tho of Hums the evening I handed one of the dollars Surely youll sot our heads aflame dcavor in social work and in religious Whonoer his festal day returns to the conductor in the car going and other organized movements In Â¬ home and may 1 be hung if he didnt Bring on tho beorl Fresh copperas foam tended to rostrict and savo from tho return mo oight dimes and three nick Â¬ With alum mixed In powder lino I curse 4th Do not drlvo thoso who How could my foolish fancy roam els frn change do not agree with 3011 in methods Into In search of whiter froth thnn thine I would not havo believed tho thing Thino Indian berrys ossenco spread tho ranks of the enemy Thore aro Through amber wavelets sparkling clear possible if it had not happened as it somo phases of the conflict in whloh strikes feeling did and ns it was it nearly paralyzod Ucnumbs dull careshumo and feurl dead thoy can bo used Mako thorn allies in And unrcottzos me I put the oighty cents away with the educational work if thoy can go no tho lift3 and instead of going down Far down thy bubbling depths chnmpugno further in the cllbrt to resouo and ro Drownd honor lovo and beauty He town that evening as I intended I They fought th unequal light In vain form if thoy will not opposo license stayed at home and talked with tho old Shall wo then merely drink and die 5th Shut up a saloon whorovor you forbid I had bettor luck next day for Sweet ncotateof leadpangs lad3 can Bring ovory provision of oxlst tell Toov ry drink add I spent ono of tho nickels for car faro What tortures In thy bosom and hid ing laws to boar against tho buslnoss in tho morning took a ten cont lunch Anticipate tho stings of hell and by using all inlluonces all meth- Â¬ with tho other two and walked home Thon drink boyit Drink Wo novor can ods all advantages you will steadily in tho ovoning That ovoning I again Drink younger and wo never will gain on thu oncmy an in tho end route stayod in tho house Well by good Be mon or aught resembling man and ovorcomo him Whilo tho power to kill I management I mado that money last Amen polsonnr havo scrooch of mirth The victory is with us for tho Stw From frenzys mo as long as it would havo done if I To maudlin sorrows drunken flow promo boing and the Supromo Court had not acquired the dime habit and Lets ravo through scenes unmatched on oarth are on our side and against tho And not to bo surpassd below found myself 220 ahead on tho fivo saloon and from thoso It has no ap Â¬ Oeoig AnHOtt in V Y Graphic dollars or nearly fivo dollars lstarted Independent peal N A DEATH BLOW out with Tho proportion in other al- Â¬ An Archbishops Views lowances has not been so great but it Thn Supremo Court unit the Saloon Tho lnworuiid Mujeity of tho Law Supreme has still boon so large that I found my Â¬ Tho Archbishop of Tuam was pres- Â¬ Authority from Which Thero Is No Ap self away ahead on tho month poal ent at a recont mooting of tho Toinpor When we all camo to reckon np wo Tho saloon reols under tho torriflic nnco Castlobar In tho courso discovered that wo had saved enough blow dealt by the Supremo Court of of an Sodalit3 his Grace speaking of address all the small debts wo tho United States in tho Kansas casos patriotism said it was tho application 11101103 to pa3 had out I have kept the practice up It reols to and fro and staggers like a of tho great virtuo of charit3 as ap Â¬ although tho others I believe have drunken man and Is at its wits mid plied to all mankind and its specific abandoned it I find myself not only Its swagger is for tho moment gone application to men of our own race and better oil in purse as a result of it but Its loud boastful tones havo fallen oountiy What could promote tho in habiti as well and in the estima- Â¬ into a hoarso whisper and its imper Â¬ causo of Ireland more than Tompor tion of tho old folks who have takon tinent challenge to tho American peo Â¬ auce He did not boliovo that thoro a renewed intorest in mo sinco I began ple has lost its defiant ring Tho power was any thing ho could advocato of saving 1113 0101103 and majesty of law which It has so moro vital importanco than tho groat Mau3 experiences similar to thoso often scorned inspire it with an awo virtuo of Tomperanco and total absti- Â¬ related above wore told but none ex Â¬ it never felt before It has mado its nence Thoy would know thoso who ceeded in intorostthc following which final appeal and has found that there wero enrolled under the bannor of was given by a 3oung lady as happen- Â¬ Is no way of escape for It from tho Temperance On the other hand the ing to two young peoplo she know might3 grip of law Any State may man or tho woman who indulged to The3 were a young couple who wero now declare it a nuisance and proceed excess in intoxicating drink would bo von much in lovo to abate it and it has no remedy ex Â¬ oasily discernible Did such persons Her father was vor3 much opposod cept in rebellion Evoiy phase of tho discharge tho duties of religion Did to the idea of tholr marrying said tho saloon the brewer3 tho distillery Did thoy frequont the Sacraments reporters fair informant declaring the groggeiy is subject to the oxor they join tho religious associations that she was too 3oung and that ho ciso of this sovoreign power and the No rolations between God and man was nothing but a clerk who might manufacture and tho wholosalo and can never bo where thoro Is drink no novor bo any thing better One uight the retail of intoxicants 111113 be as prayer of tho drunkard could bo heard the gentleman took tho lad3 to tho ex-Â¬ rigorously suppressed as any other As well might the horse or tho undo position After tho turning down of form of nuisance doomed detrimental knool down to pray as a drunken man tho lights they boarded a cable car to health or morals or a drunken woman and oxpoct that She lives on Vandoventor avenue The decision of tho Supromo Court Gcd would boar them If any momber When the conductor came around to declares that compensation for dam Â¬ of a famil3 drank neither poaco nor tho young man tho latter felt in his age to property can not bo oxactod prosperity nor happiness could exist iu pockets blushed crimson and then from the State whon the manufacture that fnniily Thoy would find all tho turning to the lad3 asked her if she and sale of intoxicants are prohibited cardinal virtues violated Thcro was had aii3 chango in her purse Sho re- Â¬ This is tho groat point decided Evory no Tomporance no justice there was plied that sho had forgotten to tako man henceforth who enters into or too littlo money to expend on this her purse Ho asked tho conductor continues in the business of making wretched habit but if tho drunkard to stop tho car and smilingty re or selling intoxicants in any State had not money ho would get tho drink quested his lovo to step ont with him does so at his own risk His business by some means Ho was not just for The conductor looked surprised but may at any time eithor b3 legislative ho would not pay his debts Ho would let them off as they wero not moro enactment or constitutional provision not discharge any of his duties ho than a block and a half then from tho bo declared a nuisance and bo sup Â¬ would not assist othors to dischargo exposition building pressed as in Kansas or bo prohib Â¬ theirs Irish World No sooner wore thoy in tho stroot ited as in Maine and other States It than tho gentleman oflered an expla Â¬ is in effect a notice to ovory browor Drinking Farms He told his and distiller and dealer that he must nation and an apolog in a charactoristio Tho Plowman companion that ho novor spent a dime be prepared to give up this business drink farms way tells how mon and that much to his surprise ho found whenever his Stato commands him to My homoless friend with tho chro- Â¬ whon asked for his faro by tho con- Â¬ Formal action by tho popular voico or ductor that ho had nothing in his l3 legislative process outlaws his busi Â¬ matic nose while you are stirring up pocket but dimes llather than break ness and turns the criminal machinery the sugar in that ten cent glass of gin Ids resolution not to part with a single of tho Stato against him Tho moral lot 1110 glvo yon a fact to wash it down years say dime under any circumstances ho took force of this fact is irresistible It will with You the you havo for lifo of free independent longed for the liberty of requesting tho lady to crush tho saloon as slavey was lend him some chango and whon sho crushed Tho supremo interpreter of tho farmer but havo never been able had none to ask her to walk home our Supremo Law has given us this to got enough money together to buy Thoy were both very much moro will mighty weapon of warfare Lot us a farm But that is just whero you For sovoral years you aro mistaken ing to walk than to ride I fancy and wield it with all our power havo buen drinking a good improved and enjoyed that long stretch to the Tho decision has robbed tho saloon utmost But it was very lato whon of a strong hope It annihilates at farm at the rato of ono hundred squaro the 3oung lady was admitted to her onco and lorevor says the St Louis feet a gulp If you doubt this state- Â¬ homo and sho found hor parents Anzciger des Wcatcn all hopo of pro- Â¬ ment figure it out yourself An aero awaiting her both a little bit alarmed tection against tho suppression by in- Â¬ of land contains forty throo thousand at her long absoncc dividual States of tho liquor traffic and live hundred antl sixty squaro foot After the departure of hor com Â¬ extinguishes irrevocably all expecta Â¬ Estimating for convenience sake tho panion the lady oxplainod his mishap tions of indemnity It Is not only a lands at forty throe dollars and fifty and did its so nicety and with so much heavy blow to tho business interests six cents per aero you will soo tho praiso of her rtoro that hor father directly concerned says tho Balti- Â¬ brings the land to just one mill pot changed his opinion of him at onco He more Duelsche Correspondent but squaro foot ono cent for ton squaro said that a young follow who would also to tho wholo movement for tho feet Now pour tho flory doso and savo 11101103 nt that price would get maintenance- of porsonal liborty Mr imagine you aro swallowing a strawberCall In fivo of your along in life without a guardian and ho Thoman ono of tho chief wrltors for ry-patch friends and havo them holp gulp down determined to do all In his power to tho brewers sa3s ho has lost all con Â¬ Got on show friendship for him Tho young fidence in the Supromo Court Louis that fivo hundred loot garden a prolonged sproe some day and soo peoplo are engaged of course and tho Schado attorney for the Browors As- Â¬ young man stands bettor with his pro Â¬ sociation of tho United Stalos says It how long a tlmo it requires to swallow posed paterfamilias than any ono in Is a torrrlblo blow but tho browors a pasturo large enough to food a cow tho city must submit It bars them out of all Put down that glass of gin thoros dirt All of which goos to show that it is a Prohibition States and local option in it ono hundred squaro foot of good good thing to savo your dimes It will counties Liquor dealers all agroo rich dirt worth fort3 throo dollars and cost you a good many sacrifices that it aottles the question forever so fift3 slx cunts porm acre m but stick to tho resolution to part not far as the courts aro concomod and Mind Bagged Social Phi Or Onk with the littlo silvor ten cont pioces that all they can do is to resist tho losophor laying a dimo on tho bar and you will find yourself ahoad in progress of Prohibition Tho rich aro getting richer and tho The contest is narrowed down and poor poorer ovci3 respect St Louis Ilepublicuri Wealthy Saloonkoopor m Tho sa Â¬ dropping tho dimo Into the drawor simplified by this decision Â¬ Darringcr I hear that some rob loon with its wholo business Is in ITcs thats so Omaha World bers broko into your houso last night effect dollvorod Into tho hands of the Nothing What did thoy stoalP Tho pooplo ma3do what thoy The Fitil Journal of Paris winds Thoy didnt got further people Uromlo3 will with It They may support it or up an artlclo on Tho Pay of Work than tho vestibule My son came homo thoy may tolorato It thoy may crinplo comment at midnight and thoy ran Well yes it or thoy may destroy it Tholr right men with the admirablo the drink country whoro Happy tho they did stoal several things to deal witli it is henceforth unques- Â¬ Ing bar has completely disappeared Tho house dog a spring What IS gun I had set for thorn and tho burgla- tioned lessons for Tcmporanco men are Thk new Belgian liquor law makes it The Harper Jiuzar r-alarmthose lit Bo of good cheer Lat this Illegal to five credit for drink four silver dollars in my pocket a half TEMPERANCE Ah-h-- u I 1 I r jWWv StfKftiJ i lmf vJuibo r Vt 31T i - r W J4pi w- Jg r is K iir 9C i - JW ft with you Frcnehburg Courier If you will stick to ua long enough 8PJENOJ5B COOPER Editok and we can both hold ou faithful to the end will make Eastern Kentucky tho HAZEL GREN KY Eljlorado of tho world audio bl6om as a JTiuday i January 27 1888 grdon bay tree Hut to do so wo ought to and must Jiavo the support of evqry MOUNT eti6rgetic wide awake man in thu mounDEMOCRATIC TICKET tains Foil SunniKir 0 0 UANIC8 Unueual inducement in evory depart Â¬ I I Monday AugiuiLO 1888 ment in inv immense arlJIccllon stablishmeitt We publish elsewhere an account of After spending several days in the marthe mooting bold at West Liberty on kets for merchandise at prices that touch every pocket and catch evory eye Tho Oarlifllo News volume ono num Monday in the interest of the develop I am prepared to show you goods and one liiB rouehud us It in n nent uoycn ment of Morgan county through railroads prices that are without precedent in thin column folio well filled with general and and judging from the tenor of the pro DRY GOODS CLOTHING FINE SUITS city My reputation as the leader of looal nows undlmh fair to prove u strong ceedings and tho talk of Judge W W LADlliS EUUNIS1I1NO GOODS low prices shall be unrivalled thin coining ENGLISH MELTONS competitor of tho Mercury for public Cox who was here Wednesday to see COLORED DRESS GOODS winter as every department ia tilled with and DIAGONALS WOKbTEPf new goods and at prices that will uoll Nowh liii mother the meeting was a very en PLAIN PLAID patronage It is published by the vSTRUEDTRlCOATS all colora and CORKSCREW SUITS them thiiiiatio gathering Men of property ELEGANT LINE OF Publishing Co at 100 u year Hand Made BOOTS k SHOES wore largely interested in tho success of L DIES AND MISSES Of all descriptions MENS HOYS Hon J amis It AIulijoan will bo a the meeting and not afraid of the mite NEW MARKETS and CLOAKS CHILDRENS HOSIERY GLOVES CASHMERES eandidato for Congressman from this of tax it will cost them to further the FLANNELS all prices and all HATS AND CAPS district the nqNt term Iluiaii brainy project went into it heart and hand qualities OF ALL KINDS man a brilliant orator and will niako fudge Cox thinks there is every prospect SHAWLS TRUNKS AND VALISES COMPANIONS What a field there will for a railroad to West Liberty and to SHIRTS HLANKETS i rattling race I am starting thin Hcason with over ETC ETC bcvhon the bell taps mid HuKCicixtuDart the end that it may be assured says the JERSEYS ETC 1000 dozen of all the ataple and stand 0vkn Sitttm CiiAi and MumiOan county of Morgan will vote 100000 to ard makes of Merino Cubhmers Camels face thu starter Drummer the first road that runs to the county Tlair etc and will retail single garments seat lie says there was never a more for ladies men and children for lets thai other and smaller dealers in this lion IIknUY D MoUunhy being enthusiastic meeting held in Morgan town have to pay jobbers for same qualnaked for bin views in legard to a reap county than the one on court day and ities 7tL portionment of tho Statu into Congros that tho majority of those present were Ah a matter of in favor of a tax for a railroad aional districtH wdd Zfl BR K k policy and of fairncsS the IVmueratie Roll Road Tho Donth party having made- - these dibtricts hi n iiimnwww imiwuMiWWnv wTMrmiwtcwnmrt9Tmn now stand by them f1r Widely tho biflu of mortality of anv mnnimmiiiii years ago should lie fitly designated and laro city may Mr McUknkY you will find that renal and vesical mal four yeaiy to come might have added that if the Dcinoernts allies that is to say tlnnv thntallect the Manufacluiers of lVsl English Steel Circular and Long of tho Third district would ytop quarrel kidneys or bladder have a remarkabk ing among themselves thoy could eject prominence two had almost baid precoo llrjghts diseaseand diabetes ono of their number to Congms without ponderance in the chronic stage are rarely cured and asking Legislative assistance Uourior gravel catarih of the bladder and enur cms May many Yofatthe outst t when Journal Also Dealers in lilcs ilunnnors Swages Emory Wheels the trouble merely amounts to inactivity LEATHER AND CUNI BELTING Tho word lucrative appears to have of the organs involved the danger mav Our Circular Shwn Htnnd at tho hvtvil n tho iiuukot on tliolr mciltfl In vorkmannhip touKlnra ami Ilubtlelty of tiuupiw ami rnali1y if ittiol Aluo a full suddenly struck the fancy of innumera the uulificd by that pleasant renal tinic lino ut Trench Itniul Haws in MttcU our ovn liiiiiortniion blo nevspaer writers ami it is having a ami Iiuretie IloUetter shtomach Ihtters LARGE CIRCULAR SAWS A S P I G 3 A U T V great run No business or ollice is now which impartH tho requisite amount of Work fully vrnrrantod und ntKoek Ilottoin Prices Kcnd lor Vrico iut with PcstDiBCOuntst gainful or profitable everything N lu- tone to the organ witboutover exi iting crative Writers who havent a cent in them and the iisoof which is convenient 7 Vine 868 CflNCENNATB O their poekeb um the word as freely as and involves no elaborate preparation r frAll ordorti tont to T A F Day IIiuol Jrccn Ky for new work or wiws fo Dyspepsia a usual concomitant of renal tho wealthiest Courier Journal repair will bo promptly forwarded to 113 nnd will huvo our bct attention my Jly complaints ami debility which they inAnd why not madam It looks like variably produce are remedied by it should So a No are constipation malarial rheu- Â¬ tho poverty stricken penny-a-linFLOYD DAY J TAYLOR DAY KELLY 15 DAY The Louisville Pnt in a recent inter- Â¬ naturally be tho ono to luxuriate in words matic and nervous ailments elicit- Â¬ view with a capitalist of that city fiP2 ra KS Wj liko lucrative on thu principle that it I expect to h0 in ed the following Vloro Trouble Expoctod the next twO years more lollara apent in is gratifying to a hungry man to gsuwi A Mount Vernon Ky special to the developing the Statu more dollars spent m W m Those upon thu photograph of a pot pio Wii asy gs Cincinnati Enquirer Ian lth says in railroad and more dollars spent in with mcuris in their pockets may enjoy Circuit Court here will adjourn tonight mouiug up niineiul coal and lumber the substance and It seems only Hinnll or tomorrow With all the murders com regions than in all her history before charity for those without to bo allowed mitted in thiseounly within the past two In the east where capital is keenly on month not a case has come to trial and the alert for iu cement the eyea ot the the onjoypicnt of the shadow No no disposition has been shown to bring rich are rivitcd upon Kentucky important matters to a focus Judge One hardly appreciates the a real amount It is said that the bill to repeal the Morrow today appointed a Commissioner of motiey already invented and it it but law under which the Hoard of hqualia to select jurors lor next term and the a tithe of what h to follow Ah hoou as tion is organized will receive twenty completion of the same indicates that thi hecmuus widely known immigration votes in tho Senate When it comes up for murdur and riot will reign in Kockeas vill be attracted and if the Stale docd final actioiij the opposition to tho Hoard tie backed ofiicially The releaso ot not double her population and quadruple being distributed throughout the State1 Laswell is a certain indication of open her wealth iu the next few years I am a Courier Journal Your correspond mitftukuu man war in a short time The comention or ex Tho above bill has been a disappoint ent has talked with both interested ami position which will be held in the spring ment to the blue grass blooda in that it disinterested parties and all agree that will be or vast importance Measured How and the ball are being matured through which the blood is baa in many cases brought their proper more be openedbound to may at any moment and when manufacturer and the inventor will be ty up to something like its value ami it Knrts again it is doubtful if the coun brought here and made acquainted with T E DAY iiMf limy now wish to abolish it It was ty officials lan stop it The people de- tho products of the soil the inimeuse mftwmiwwiiiMWMiiw paSbod at the instance wo believe of plore the thought that militia will be wealth hidden beneath it and the advan- Â¬ It will be the most imporbut prospects tages ollorod Hon Kodnuv IIawiakd and in the inquired in our midst tant event in thu history of the State point to that end interest of that section he represented The case of the State against Smith and the projector of it has not only a but in tho hahds of concieutious men it for killing Guard Hall in ltWvascon mantor mind but defflrvca the thanks of My dear I dreamed last night that you were an Angol What ia thnt a sign operated favorably to tho mountains and timicd on account of the absenco of and encouragement of the whole populaA foul stomach was his unpoctic answer lames Spivy who shot Tdle tion of Kentucky therefore must bologishitcdout of exist witnesses People who have no such pleasant night visions and awako feoling as though at Livingston in IHSn and who forfeited ill unstrung wondering What on earth ih tho mat ence Ho it ia with all measures that his bond was captured in Alabama and Under exposures to cold wind rain they had had no rest nerves TIME Peraoua will brought hero for trial He was today bright light or malaria may bring on ter with me would better take nome simple treatment in ia srcpf material benefit to our section released on a new bond ami the cuse inflammation and soreness of the even neglect thomnilvcs and put oil treatment until their health gone What would you think of the authorities of a gieat citv with its miloB of Dr J II McLeans Stiengtheuiug Eye The- House at Frankfort has voted to continued poworage to takeaway the filthy aeiaiinulatioiiH of streets and alleys allowing tho Salvo will Htihduv tho iullamation cool soatToNiw from Jessamiuo and David In Driof And to Tho Point aud5oothe the norveu aud strengthen feweruge to choke up aud jqiroad conuigiou and poisonous gasca from decaying Yet your cojirae is jilst as UNWISE Tho blight that city bv disease HON from Lincoln Its action in the for Disordered iweak and failing eye sight 25 centa a matterto Dyspepsia is dreadful human hodyia well provided with all that is necessary to oarryingoff the unclean mer caso refiects no credit on the Demo liver is misory Indigestion is a foe to iboxv Sold by G B Swango Hazel and you nlow it accumulate and decompose bringing all manner of ills to the Green Democrats who know tho good nature cratic party fleshl An old Chinese proverb in fCeep your feet warm your head cool and your The huijian digestive apparatus is one facts in the Case should noVor recognize bowela open Make a memorandum of this aud try it and if you dont keep well VIWUNIA of the most complicated and wonderful there in no truth in the world such high handed frauds as wore perpe things in existence It Is easily put out Special Corrcapondencel Our trated at the Vlaquomino precinct Ckimh BrurF Va Jan 11 of order lueetintr cloned last night with fourteen Jreiisy food tough food sloppy food Is it possible that thoro was not a you to tho Will do the bupiiics lor T it Sold and guaranteed by DAY Ilael Ciri ni Ky ainglo Democratic llepreaoutativo at bad cookery mental worry late hours convcrion and Due addition J irregular habits and many other things church The ininisteit Bro Johnston J IK PirUAlT tc HRO Iel Ky Frankfort who had tho moral courage which ought not to be have made the Lockhartand McNie with all the church J N VAUGHN Cmuptoii Ky to Stand up and denounce tho infamous American people a nation of dyspeptics the church labored iudefatigahly and Aud all OnernltitorcB in lantern Kentucky MIMWHrtMlltllWm was olectedY If Mower hah done a tlieir ellbrU were crowned with sucCesa Hut CJreens August fraud by which Jon iw ia cohl enough up heie just now work in reforming this sad ll thisdeuid of work ia to be continued wonderful How fnrowoll to Democratic ascendency in business and making the American peo to freeze the hornsoll a niuley cow ple so healthy that they can enjoy their is it down there AND- Kentucky Any one who was surprised meals and be happy ITgh It iacoltl enough here to make a Wn a tho large llopublieuu vote last year Kemeniher1 No happiness without pig squeal 9 Hilt IreonV Anguat Flower Ij H Scott paid Grunday a visit hint gertaitdy tyo dumbfounded next health will brings health and happiness to the dys- Monday and returned Wednesday lie AuguntHichmond Register Dom peptic Ask your druggist for u bottle was visiting hiK sihtOr Mrs C E Wat I urn now receiving New Goods and my stock of General Seventy five cents kins of that place for clmndiso is now complete consisting of Dry Goods No- Tho Hmku GitixN UkhaiI has been T Miss Molllo Wingo is still eonlincd to lionH Ladies and Gcnls Boots and Shoes Ilals and Caps Wolfo Circuit Court giving ita many readers some good arti her bed but is gradually improving G Thimiuk of our mountain J elea on tho resources On nimwniti Tlnnlwnvu Groceries Drtiirs Raddlerv and a - Notice A Little Frank Baldwin is on the Hick and wo aro glad to sea so much effort on J vnrinf v nl ivliilns Ion iinmovoiia und too tfdioua to moiitioiu A J Cox list now with aoinething liko croup the part of our brother mountain editor in the pottle Tort much can not be All persona interested Spencor Cooper Our circuit rider Rev G M Johnston Cox decern ia now a resident of Indian said in this direction Tlio encomium Lmont of the estate of A Dot given thu mountain people by the Unix od will taktiiiotieo that 1 will begin my Blackburn ia again with Warren all on mo unci ali is true nnd can not bo improved sitting atv Inu ITkhaijI otlleo in IFarM JCoB boots and shoos Louisville Ky in Friday Green lunruary Iird jj A Ik I dt rf Jl wpotu ji T i prouts wiui you cfc ju Rft All laconic lauditory languago used 1888 for h purioao of auditing all for 1888 and doires to thank his many cuviuo by tho press in cxtollihg tho resources of claiina ayaindt fiaid ewtute and transaet customers for their liberal patronage in twMim tho mountaiiiH of Eastern Kentucky iiitfsueh uher husinosa eonnected then Â¬ thu past and solicit their future orders witli as or lend by Court and will con which will at alt times bo promptly filled will doubly repay ub S Av tinue from day to dav until tho IiuhIiiukh at lowest prices of tho Iv Vill call on i lie trado With tho oxteiifioai JIOf llmtNUON C in duotiniQ with full Iuo of spring buiij Mad nnil tho K U road our mountains iacotrmloted WHOLESALE DEALKll IN O W O plos Hold your ordci until you see his ruuit bo tho center of wealth aniLcito vw XJ O CUM1M imitC IliK IInviiD alid tho Wcokly Cincin gootta Headquarters and post oflieo t 453t qujit it ii quality quantity ami variety nati Enqtlrcr ore year for only 20t It addrjts ML Sterling Ky i in tho productions of ualuro to attract HtrikOA iu ibui tliifl I tho lost coiublaatlon Toovery pamoii who will send us 9 in capital yot mftdo and If It hits you tho same way ctudi and nino subsorUictB ws will send All that i needed is capital fliulBkill ond Vm 2oq In oaahiand yOu will got both WBT STERLING KY- if Tile Hkuauuouo yeax free to aUxfUw ttucnary ot tho boont yaporii for twelve icoatJn tUo Ntitno Subscription Money to Accompany Hazel Green Herald - heard future rumblings may now bo T m a Your Go it Rponcor wo aro For Fall and Winter Requisites AT S M BRAUNS FAMOUS MEW STORE STERLING KY Â¬ GRAND OPENINGS Â¬ -- A Â¬ New Goods Low Prices New Goods Low Prices M Â¬ UNDERWEAR Â¬ Â¬ New Goods Low Prices Â¬ New Goods Low Prices m IWANT1 Qim ffc RONACE BALDEIDGE HOGAM SAW CO tit Tjv ft wlliS- - Â¬ and 1 Water Streets -- Â¬ er HAZEL GEEEN KENTUCKY we Bi vma Â¬ WHOLESALELargest Stock AMD RETAIL Lowest Prices Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 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 J merchandise Â¬ A Young Wife Said to her Husband Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ CALVERTS LITTLE I- - LBVER P5LLS Â¬ FRESHCLEAN -- 1 I propose to sell them Cheaper for Spot Cash than ever before known in this maxket you can save uig money ru itllil C W HOWE KENTUCKY WHISKIES and Mountain Brandy Main Street 9 J MBOPWKyyy mJ rwiwAMjMUHpi - i A vaar An Ntatc or M calls Wist LnuiRTY Jim 21 dltor IIahri QitiifeN IIkkam rurfliimit to tho request of R M Pio- Uiut a larger slrculnlloi in the mottntaIrno Taatoru Kentucky thai any paper in the ratt fcoimtor from tho 31th Senatorial morflhunts nnd otlicrn whiting o Uistriet t by letter addressed to Indue Qs- Main sucuro tho trade of Em turn Kentucky will Car JVUIurizie and County Attorney r liml it rHB niiST aiivkktibiHo mkdiwm A MitxiV uHkimr tkom to mil im bur Advertising Rntoa IA vuuTHaiiu J uixpayorsoi Aiorgnu conn niu tTTrannlrsiit iidvortinemcnt37f oenln an ty to meet at court house in tho town inch Jirst inhcrtion 20 cents nn inoh for0f yct Jjilrtv on Monday January i rtcn siiuKuquunt insertion ilird 183S it beinrj county court day STANDING ADVKKTIrWMUNTiJ a vnHt ahHcmhlairo of tho irood oitiztMmi J inch year 500 inches ycartlfiOO of Morgan met on yustorday to givo vent v ioehcA 1 year 900 5 inches year 1750 mill iiiiliiiul tii tlioir foolingatn regard Inches lyoar rjuu Cinches lyoar 2000 tho county Voting a tax to aid linden- Jiijoeial rates on larncr advertisements local notices fie a line with fi per cent olf courago railroad Although tho anti railroad men had lor long time Mi MttrriacG and death nolioen free tri given coriHiderable eirculation to the re butes of cancel nnd obituaries C cents a jucst of our worthy Senator and had line I HE HERALD ii Railroad Mooting at West Liberty i iv prcsenta unci dnlru nnythlpgln the Jewelry or tilvorwnrc lino wo think wo can make ft Interesting- td buy now Wo have plain Biiiinianuai gooriH laney articles una novel- tlund wilTaoll tor a vorv mall prollt as wo can duullcato them before Xmiu Gold walelicH and diamonds at prices no one can dtitilioatr- Otis W Hnldcr tha maniifuctup lug Jewolcr Lexington Ky Writo for - If you expect to mnko mas or wedding CHAPPED HANDS A D PACE OUTS BURNS SORES FROST BITE TRADER MARK 4 - iuimit price J eameo seurf pin which owner can got by proving property and paying for A Found i DERIfiATINE WlllMfcMlllwil NO 074b If - f 9 f 1 1 1 this notice 1 izzzzzszszszmm-mmHa- -i Timber Vrfiin Timber Lands WANTED -- - DIPTHERIA SKIN DISEASES Sold by all Merchants at 25 Cents a Bottle j i i WANTED Por an English Syndlcal- clarg5 tracts of N and their annwcM G Cents a line Pajable invariably in advance No name will bo entered upon the iSubncriptioi Hook until paid for and all subscriptions arc stopped at expira tion of time paid for notice of which will on the he indicated by a crois mark margin in front of your name A prompt renewal only will insure its continuance S5SftSsaSl5S3sS5S3S Â¬ Mineral X portation the men who stood on the in Kentucky at LOWEST outposts of he citadel of development PRICES JtiiHt be accessible WILD LAND to Railroad or to give us timely warningof the approach good Uonting streams of friends spread the glad news through tf WTITLE MUST RE PERFECT the country telling the people that now Give full particulars was the time to be up and doing and show to the world that they were not d23in opposed to the development of their m CHILES flsyif your Store Keeper will not ordor it send 30 c6nta tbf us and wo will forward it by mail THOMPSON COM Mt Sterling Kyi OTflMiwarara IHiallROD WASHINGTON Lock Rox 10 Churlualowu W Va C LIVERY SALET AND A MARVELOUS tin lufliciiifi INVKfJTIOi VOU HUAMNO 1 1ll HICK AM CpNOtlliU 1NO IVIN A Vulnitliti TUiroTfrrrpr tippling Munrllm n thfm tilriti uta m Ntirr llrrlrlclt iml MnnrlUm Illtlwil llrfuru for llrillim llin NlrL Wewncrono wurturo nirAlimt plivnlotnnn ortlio modllcnl f ralorulty Ki iioriUIr Thclrn licippf io rulnrMi1 IMiro himi wo iionre 10 nm inrm in rur pnli lu Tito nUlilnv mixlllary iiiiiini for ctiilu iioni- t nliMilrlmi it lilt iiinri- in iHiiuio mo Wlilli our Aitill jiciiu unci iirvrvitiiy ni liminifoi fivirvl II tiniv nrr unnt nnorsinroiiiit a itrrtifN wii iiim mriiHMii n iil will iifTum ontliiasntUriiuMt lllli hnt n fitlrtil ft itivn i llcf nruniuc wmunip nni lAnrro pi Acointn w 11 11 1 1 SlENOBll COOPER mitawwwwAWfiwwwtw GARRISON HE SELLS country Promptly at 1 oclock the meeting of Ihe anti railroad men was called to order CHEAP and on motion of W A Maxcy Judge PEED STABLE HAZEL GREEN -- 4 - f t K R 1 HARDWARE TINWARE MASONIC juOly l QUEKN8WA KE CUTLERY MT STERLING KY STOVES TMlLK JJJSRBANDTIIEIIE tons on your It denotes that your timo is up and unless renewed at once the paper will slop Look out for the Red paper coming jiS Miwos TdnSwango and Mai ly James wcro lmptidcd last Sunday bv Kcv A F JCrb Sun risen today at liftnriiiinutH past soven oclock and sots at oleven minutes J past five Narlau 1 Wikon of Red Rivi r pre i inct was visiting relatives and lriciuLs horo this week J A Stephen of Miililgomerv county paid Hazel Ircon a Hying visit tho first uf the prcrfont woulc u s IP journed ISKAIX Magistrates can get blank Warrants Executions and Repleviu Hoods at this Aunt Nancy Swango has so far been ofiice at 25 ceuts por quire Sent by mail the only one to notify this office of the on receipt of price solution of tho riddle of the Wonderful Prophet published last week and Thero is at my place near linyol Greou wo herewith give her answer which a stray spotted barrow hog which owner shows her to be a faithful llible reader can got by proving property and paying Pardon mo for exposing my iiniorauce W V Swango charges I dont profess to be a great lUble read Â¬ er or at Ioait to explain the scripture Douglas Evans of Campton will ma I will give my opinion on the wonderful trieulato at Hazel Irecn Academy next prophet as he is so common with us all Monday for the jiresent terni and will have but one and when I hear his voice board with his brother John of a morning I know what he means So did Peter when he denied Christ hearing If you are a merchant reader buy tho cock crow he remembered what the your groceries from Chiles Thompson it Lord told him and he wept bitterly J Co Ml Sterling and you will be able to am glad 1 am taking Tin IlruAii it supply your customers with the best at has taught me something 1 wanted to a lowprice know In tho absence of Postmaster Evans To discover spurious national bank who has been to Salyersville and West notes divide the last two figures of the Libortyon business Uuele Bob Cummins number of the bill by four and if one has lid n filling tho position to the entire figure remains the letter of the genuine satisfaction of al our citizens note will be A if two remain it will he M if three C and should there Rev Mr Eklar pastor of tho M E be no remainder the letter will be Church South will preach at theillis For example this note I hold in my iiie school house on Sunday at 11 oclock hand is registered 21i I divide the sixty in the morning and Tit the usual hour in one by four and you have one remaining the evening Everybody invited According to the rule the letter on the note as you will observe is A In every When nature falters and requires help case the rule fails vou cant safely bet recruit her enfeebled energies with Dr II McLeans Strengthening Cordial and your weeks salary that the bill is coun100 jut bottle Sold terfeit Wood Purifier by G R Swainro Hazel Creen Exposure to rough weather getting wet living in damp localities are favora Wo would like to know the senso of ble to the contraction of diseases of the tho people in Wollo county in regard kidneys and bladder As a preventive to railroads and hope each correspond and for tho cure of all kidney and liver ent in tho county may ascertain as near troubleuse that valuable remidy Dr J us may be the feeling in his neighbor II McLeans Liver and Kidney Ralin hood 100 per bottle Sold by G H Swango Hazel Green There will ho a quarterly meeting of tho llazol Green charge M JO Church The town lot now occupied by the on tho third Saturday and Sunday in post office building is advertised for sale Iohrtmry at tho lolin Kose school house on Lacy Creek A protracted nicotingwill bj the Master Commissioner on Satur begin at the same place on the Tuesday day February th The lot fronts twon Â¬ ty foot and is eighty two feet deep and t before Tt will be sold at is centrally located Sick headache wind on tho stOnmch the post ollice door and on u credit1 of bilHotiBiiusfl piuisca arc promptly and six mouths Mu agreeably banished by Dr 1 We Leans Little Liver aiuf Kidney Pillets Hanks this week plage the name of C C of Camntoii at the Jicud of our II Swango 26 cents a vial Sold by G columns as the Democratic candidate for Green Hazel Sherilfof Wolfo cbnntyat the next August wmimm There will be an eclipse of tho moon election and in doing soapoligizo to Mr lanks for not sooner doing so We had visible- in this lalitudirtoinbrrow Satur Tho moon will bo ii forgotten the matter day evening total eolipso at eleven ininutes past ivo Thousands of people sufier with back oclock and will leave the shadow at ache not knowing that In most cases it fifty two minutes past eight oclock is a symptom of diseased kidneys and liver which plasters and lotions cannot Frequently accidents occur in tho heal Tho best arid safest remedy Is Dr household which causa burns cuts J II McLeans Liver and Kidney Ualm sprains and bruises for use in such cusrts 100 por bottle Sold by G I Swango Dr J II McLeans Volcanic Oil Lini- Hazel Green ment has for many years been lic con IT C Horn don vyho has jufet recover stant favorite family remedy Sold by Â¬ McKenzie was made chairman and on motion of W W McHuirc W C Ken- Â¬ dall was made secretary Speeches were made by Col John T Ilazelrigir Ibm W W McCuire lion W Kendall and J W Steel Resolutions were offered by W A l Maiicy endorsing its action of K Ii ratt in tlii Maud he has taken in re yard to railroad meeiinirPi W W Alc iiiire o Hi red ns a sulftitule to the reso lutions olli red by W A Maxoy o the Ilh et that we llie people of Morgan county ask our Senator and Representa tives to enact such laws as will enable tho people of Morgan county upon the petitions of fifty laud holders of Morgan to the eouiitv Judge loAote upon the Now clean largo woll question that Morgan county vole a sub scription to tho capital stock of the first vcnlihiled buildings furnish- Â¬ railroad that reaelus West Liberty of not ed with new improved school exceeding 100000 payable in county bonds in thirty years at a rate of inter furniture est not exceed six per cent The vote was taken on the substitute Judge W W Cox then demanded a Fiiii Corps GGimpeteiii Teasliers count of the ote and the tollers an Â¬ nounced Ml for and seventy nine against the Milututo The meeting then ad- HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Jan 2 1888 The Ninth Term Begins MONDAY Â¬ Â¬ and ends FEID AY May LOUIS STIX 181888 j FITTED UP II STAHLE and provided ITHS CLASS myself with cood saddle and harness horses itml vehicles 1 rcspecthillyHoHcil Ihe public pfttronagu I will feed horses by the single feed day week or month and Uke pleasure in giving all htoek entrusted to me especial attention yrSfl Torses bought and hold on commis sion and Will drive horses to harness for all who desire my doVvieei All ohargoo rea sonable and satiHlaction guaranteed HP1EUATT illtf AVING1 0 A S- KY w n J icii 7 t 4 uliiuiiu iiaunuiiu niiLiauouo uuioouiuu s MARKPTtP f ph Â¬ fcinlMy Â¬ Voriinirv Konitinc ofaiiklu ht - UlVlilllU ium VVRI9TLET8ftirhnlil Hi IN0Lr8 i rooi i r t ii J fur ui iuiv wilttn - mi i t h magnetic Fi sjaa heid fori ln uIhih ilcipiwci cap norvoim MniC7in fiiaiT irli nitiikiKirt ri lc 1IW1UMEE llJ -- iimof wri niMtil TOa i Uvnrt li Olioillnr IiIimT CO lil H la IS WHOLESALE DBALKKS IN Â¬ Hi mm clitulnr R9rJR CTJO SCIAT CCHUTLDU wwir idjUJJJL ItU tlily iiln hilitlu- ri iiMfiiii hln ill use JiiOti tail lv jm inia lKiVtllp Hi uu ior clniiluM MAGNETIC RfWFWiaAvlrMllR iioiimii in orriunnn MiiiKMiin iifr i tinirty i i rorj i i ico li tlu u ml ilxo ul nui wm V i iiuiriii cio ii ico iiy en Phii fir Ki Cliciimn Honors THIRD EACE UNION STEEETS AND j uwu puui iirtiiiiiiua MARHPTIfl 10 UQ PROTCCTC3HS ft ItnKH Tiny eriVi ut mul Iunv i olil Iniinntlnii iiciinUirlu imoiiiuuiili tliroixt trtinliir riul cmi t miniint j run d nuuii ior uirstuivi i xuu iukii uiiniilin ourpy MAQHFTIC HBfiATt SP j ri uiivi tlio Hutliiim limiii illrttciy rniii Hint imUiid i iich by iimtl v i HUOofl rx tinMi I Â¬ i Board and Incidental Expenses lleasona BgxFuition ablo on or address Hazel Green Academy Go JIarel Green Wolfe counto Ky Â¬ a31y Cincinnati M0lllUlllll pIlllllC hpl ktlTR lUHl BlIU- tirnu tliciiUio voimI conU dint urenlrtt liuivi utiinMi Hi nJ fin cliculiir IiKm 41 uch bj VflMlttl tO M Til11 VtiillHtf A i I11MIJ llll I ItV MARMCTIP LrCQINS for Rout rlioumv iirMitiiiiW linn mini- iiiri iivur mirrv miu rnrii nM viiih Htfin ul ihituttruiiiirwiiiiiii nnu iiifilU t fv r tlio hj- i llV C tlielr utmiiuii urlntnpial wiiieu ltcy iiiiMMiin IMr Willi i 1 For further information call IticejKffi Ul DUKING PAS3ENUKUS I MACNPTin ffCTPNWTJo pBfcJ IS imtiuii kidnuy julckly fmnotwry lndli Ud U linrknilii lo pOiiluitr litxly n atnl linpitrtKVumlep W Ji fill vlrtut llio tvlmlo inoiu ot jKdmilHM luUltfi-lnntliU- H fiondfortliciiliir nmll hniiilnlrii uf leg uruinul cnlCniid iililclo ior Cli nchl ll f linlillnnnd linnniii d nm A 1 Abe Block Childrens Co Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealem in Mens Youths Boys and JLOnSE BACK TO ANY Wo have nlso emploved a man to ivc bit entire at tendon to tho euro and feediup of Htoek left in our uaro Ohr jiricoa will be found an low as theloweat N p When there is a euiUciciit number to justify the outlay and the roads penult we will f iiriitHh conveyance RcspeelAilly TAIIOll 1UN0O the roads are hud we will HMniiiivtn itrtwp nrtTfl for ntpntlii- liiAUHKHy iionru lily not run our luicku from Jtothwcll to Hazel l i iiiuinn- uiiiiaxcH inwill iiii iiiruiK imi olUpftil H tun tMiiioui Oieen but we haye lilted up our utablo at j liuck linnilhlHl v llinliK inrvuim dililllty inn in IilliinftttO or riiiiiinntlniii linrn vkIh m lll nlfrlik and lire liropnrod to CONVRV i irim mill llothuoll or I M 1 THE WIiNTEIi SEASON u vhIuuMi- - roniiMiiliiti 1ilco la lit Soml foi uf uitr MiumiiiHilRl lt - tiioh liy jnullnoit tvlll llliil IhCI i I POINT THEY WISH TO GO j ulii imUK itllon n Hiillnllin fiiii v - illltPrBClUi iiickliliuw ni liiinilinpofcnt v lionit lorn uMi dyiwii liiniiiinlmiloiiK IIiii Hulitli M hoicbvi ttbiu acnu iui itiL no lit i ril 1ili n Con i Mnunntla- III1 J umiMrjcui uovf liioiiiuii of wftnc n- - if nieturo pllun utu 111 II with kj riiniinuiiisin t1 j M TRANSYLVANIA STEAM PRINTING COMPANY iiuiiiionijT-i ncnntiKm uvrvoiM wikUoi wllli Uliilim i fit lJinlrorklilliyil I1O1U ni lm ui mill fcrt Iaiihi linclt fiilltmr- tif thn wiiinli a iiiK iriiriiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiMiiii jnu wiiniij itliilonilnitl holt and niwilrot Mnifiuilc foot IinlUir W Iin liittii mi mimirlui In tliu rnllLf luul euro if ij I iiii Mo ciiiiiiiinin iiiy enrry n icweirui ilrttr y tiif ni llo furci to llio irnllalU-rlr-- tint illnimtii 1ilauol ilidl vi li Hrnt liy oxprov wltli Muum tin Pout OO U find oxittiilnntloii nllnwtd or liy until on I rticulit nf nlci In onlcrlng vend itiuaUro of K Mikaniul mru uf tliov mmim ess wan-M iiciuiirs euWi j MAGNETIC 1 132 Vine Street Cincinnati aJOly fil Eaot Main St Lkxington Ky FINE BOOK AND TOE BHANESGO WHOLESALE Of Every Description on hIioH notice Â¬ cnriiulu Uiiiiiriwtlaiii jfout liimlinco tralylH liroiir liltlii Ittrifc Mhohno nnd otlli r tiomilnliil ivuiuu uiiiiiv mu oulii ui tiiirnuni iiiijincijiiiH rricil i acn wiiii liipoiu di nil iniiitfiirn or iiiuwinr bunt nd vwilt t Jrrionn IIvihk nt dliUnuo vuo cull not coimult ua In Ticnxm riliould u lvo a ift iitalBinnMt of tliilr dlTl iitll4 lij Jillur mil wo I will ilrmlKimto Hit liltnior Aiipllnnrcit loijulri In 4 imoli i iisu loi IUrt a rur Build yuur a ilnuu ror J tliu Now Ui iiartiiris In ndloiil Troutinont Willi Willi llioiiiiiiidi of ttmttiiionlfil I out Milloln Tim JIukiiiiIIo OnrinnntH inn iiilupted to ill c iret ro worn orer tlio tindnrclothe emit luUt tolbn iixly Ilka llin umiiy iriilvnnlu mid clurtrli liurahiiuu VvrtlMld RO txtAnnjvely una ibmild lio tnkn tiK ntnlKlit Tlmy liulil tliolr potvi rforuvorctudavro ivoru at all k bhoiib of tlio yma- fWOnlor direct tliroimh vourDruuvltt ILriJi lin Grnci al ituio iH ilcrorbiruURli the imbliilur of thli tj iirffi8iS J J V W t I insr Â¬ Â¬ Wedding Invitations Letter- - 1 ea d i ng s 1 Till aiAONKTtO AIPLIANCR OO- 1IM JUurlioru HI Clilcujto JIL c Â¬ Of all kinds done with neatnesa and Book Binding disÂ¬ PUBLIC SALB 011 No 29 Vine Street patch Â¬ CINCINNATI SiKNOUU COOIBK Blank aCly o KKFKitpNOU 1 1 Ouas M Fallen II Q IIEHHDON IW Tauoh Agent for Ky Manufacturers SATIUUMV Jannil cafilijn F luzc K- Book 11 Freight Storage W 9 o Itv will for J T A Day Green 188S KOoiih J1 - roiiminiiiL uncalled f6r mod an I ho followiftg UliKKfJm if J L DunlaptlJ FALLEN DnnhtpW O UarrcCt C00PERHERN00R GENERAL S DDHLAP BR0S1C0 1 - Â¬ m Iffil H 9 SADDLERY HARNESS ETC AND nUALIiUH IN Wlioleaale Manufacturer of Stamper J box drug Yaiiarisdcll 1 plg II H CoinbH Hon 1 box ropo iio Vartl Holloij ii bonifh h KOOliir David lniiku 1 bar rope Ao J JI tfthcll X bitmlle rope W Trtiilbco 2 pkus iocd tvhLatv 1 VnMii I flinull iilc JiNiiaNKt t7 M JK C D L Allan I M 2C0 1N l - fc SADDLERY HARDWARE 728 and 730 Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY Have icveral thounund acres of floe timber mineral and farinln lantU in Wolfe and udioiniiic counties for naic Writo for dcHcriptivc lint and leriiiH W Main St LOUT8VJLLE KY rUiOly rKoprescntcd hz HOB NUNNELLY Â¬ G 13 Swango Hazel Green Oil rtutu ii It Rov W L Lacy evangelist for Wolfo county has been preaching twonty days up tho Kcd River valley Up to date muetoen liavo been baptized twelvn ro clnimed and Htill they nra joining Preach ing this weol at Davsborough aided bv Rov D II Enllon The ovaugqlist will go when this meeting closes out to old Antioch on Devils creek from there to the Hush Hcbool houso ucnr tho Stundiijg Rock to Uo protractod mootingu t iwu polr that tho iyo water furniahed hy Undo Hob inninliiHclltiettil tho euro Undo Hob U u lend knocker on tsoro eyes and anvoro ciiho of Hiiro oyc J CLARKE yvnn Exchange Gank of IOO000 Kentucky KIJTAHTISHII Capitol Stock SURPLUS IN 18B0 fl 1f Iollniuitlrick 1 box 30 J A WilliainH 1 package T E Jolin9ii 1 box t7f W It TAHOH Agontl IlothwcllKy JC U J F Cotic 1 package A A Little I hux clothliig It A Childcra 1 packago1v J TO Jou t box rope Ac box rope A II A J Ilargin 1 M Oliver 1 package wheat Cainpliell package 1 1 I II KhKi 1 pnckiigo Bam Colo 1 box uruH Reiidriel 1 package i 60 VC w 0 i 300 w u i CO M 200 liSf 2 finyw no mistake Wo received u letter for publication signed J W T but as wo had u let- Â¬ ter nlrottdy in tyoo from tho samo placo and containing about tho Bitmo itoniH tyo thought itunnocoMury to publinh it Jolm A Adams arrived homo fronv Louitfvillo last Saturday niaht SUM G37 levers Garso W 91041428 xtwrd WITH Cathright Harbison West Main Stroot LOUISVILLE aCly Exchange Prompt ottentitn nlvcn M tho collection of debt and tho patronaio of tho popl of the mountain coutitlen in especially aof Melted J O TKIMBL13 Preaident LESLIE THOMSON CtwkUr UT BTJtUNO KY- - Docfl a rjonoral banklni btulnejftjand la tho only bank In the oity that at lli Foreign SADDLERY LdUISVILLB HARNESS AND COJ LAHSy 707 709rfe7Jl W MAIN J8T1EET Kti mnE UERALD X Kail now ia Lk la oply 100 Usw to wbMiib yr - v - X vA slLL irW 14 ft iTWrr- - rvr t 385 ATTENTION TO DETAILS Jfh BwUm Are Rccnnrtcnbljr BucccMful Kurmeri Fait Where Other Miwy persona moot with very poor suceeeg in farming not booauso thoy do wry thlug that is radically wrong but for the reason that thoy do scarcely any thing quito right Most of thoir I i to m y neighbors have good crops VhIlo tho crops thoy gonorully produco aro very poor They wonder at this because thoy practice substantially tho same methods Thoy havo similar land own tho same kinds of farming implements plow plant and sow at about the same time and follow tho same general plan in cultivating Still at harvest time tho crops on thoir neighbors land aro much bottor than theirs Their pota- Â¬ toes are larger much fiuor and more numerous Their ears of corn are longer and better filled Their neigh Â¬ bors benns do not nocd to bo sorted by hand beforo they aro sent to marker They arc of nearly uniform size and a bushel of them contains scarcely any bad specimens Their neighbors small grain of all kinds is ordinarily good enough for seed Their punkins aro largo thoir squashes got ripo their molonB are swoot and thoir cabbage heads arc firm Close attention to all tho details of preparing land of tho time and man- Â¬ ner of planting and sowing and of the mode of culture is the causo of tho suc cess of thoir neighbors who rarely over fail to havo excollont crops Paying small attention to little things is the cause of their own failure A break in a furrow leave- - some land in so poor a condition that it will not produce grain and the seed lhat is sown on it will bo lost Plowing laud when it is so wot that water can bo pressed out of it as from a sponge wil insure a poor crop Whon planted land contains so many weeds and cornstalks that thoy are con Â¬ stantly collecting before the tcoth of a harrow or the points of a grain drill these implements can not do good work This vegetable rubbish must bo burned or buried deep or tho prepara Â¬ tion of tho soil for sooding will bo vory difficult and tho chances are that it will be imporfoct Much rubbish on the surface of tho soil generally pre Â¬ vents it from boing suitably prepared for planting and sowing and this faulty preparation results in poor crops Many farmers aro very carolcss about the lime of planting ami sowing They know that a delay of a woek in sowing grain will bo likely to lesson the yield by several bushels to the acre but they got bohind with thoir work sow thoir wheat and oats late expect a small crop and aro rarely disappointed In planting corn they aro careless about tho numbor of grains in each hill Thoy lit id when it is too lato to roplant that there aro not enough stalks to insure a largo crop In some hills thero aro none and in others only half tho numbor desired A large crop of corn can not be produced in a Hold whon tho stand is uneven Every hill should havo its full quota of ntalks and no more than can mature miss What are called ing hills reduce tho corn crop but they do not lesson tho work of cultiva- Â¬ tion Too much or too littlo soed may be tho cause of failuro in tho potato held The yield of potatoos in the West is generally small and tho causo may ofton bo found in tho earoloss way in which they aro planted and culti- Â¬ vated Littlo attention is given to tho details of cutting tho seed preparing tho land dropping covering or hoe- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and ordi narily havo no ground that is not ocÂ¬ Farmors cupied by growing plants often fail In producing a supply of gar Â¬ den vegetables for their own families Only in vory favorable seasons do thoy havo a liberal quantity of tho more The market common vegetables gardener expresses no surpriio at this Ho notices how earoloss tho average farmor is in proparing his soil to pro- Â¬ duco plants that are somewhat doli cate how he plants tho seed of onions heels and cucumbors at the samo timo and how ho is likoly to neglect his gar Ho has don for weeks in sueeossion learned from books and in the school of oxporioneo that success in vogotablo gardening doponds almost ontirely on giving vory closo attention to littlo things A farmor is often tomptod whon ho obtains a now variety of potatoos or corn at a high prico to test what virtuo there is in doing every thing as woll as lie knows how to do it Tho result is generally a most extraordinary yield Still he is likely to attribute his succoss to tho improved seed and not to tho improved culture Subsequently ho learns that somo very old varieties will produce quite as liberally as tho new ones if as much care is takon in thoir culture In tho West wo havo Wo too much machino farming trust too much to tho work dono by implements drawn by horses We pay too littlo attention to de- Â¬ Wo havo too frequopt fail- Â¬ tails ures in producing flold and garden crops Mnny of the failures were pre Â¬ Tho neglect to do somo ventable little necessary thing at tho right timo prevented the production of an ex- Â¬ cellent crop Heavy yields will ho tho rule and not the excoptiou when farm Â¬ ers pay as much attention to details as manufacturers florists and market gardners aro obliged to pay in order to meet with success Chicago Wines whon it bocomes necessary EDUCATION A WOMANS POSITION 8lie I Learning to Trust More to Her Own Cnpnbilltln OF HORSES Well Known Stock IIroodor Kxplalru lilt Suocpusful Method The groat est tock farm on Long Island is owned by J II Shults Ho recontly told a reporter how young horses should bo trained He said A groat many valuable horses are spoiled because they aro not thoroughly broken Too much reliance is placed on tho strength of the reins and not onough time devoted to education Whon I bought Lady Pritohard sho only knew two things Ono was to walk- and sho could not do that proper- Â¬ ly and the other was to trot at top speed Tho moment you started her up a littlo sho was oil like a rocket Tho first stop was to teach her to stand stop promptly or to back up wholi told to Then 1 taught her how to widk At lirst half a dozen steps was as far as sho would go as I wanted lior Aftor a timo she would walk a block then two blocks The next movo was a jog This was much more difliuult than the others as she considered a request for a stiff jog was tho signal for a burst of speed However by checking her whenever sho stopped over the limit sho soon learned what was wanted Speeding was tho last lesson and what was the result Why she could pull me at a twenty clip and I could hold her with one hand A word or a light pressuro on tho bit was all that she required to check or increase her speed I had a comploto control over her and afterwards drove her a mile in 218 There are just four - ing If manufacturers gavo no more at tention to details than farmers do no ono would buy tho articles thoy turn Â¬ letters in a horses alphabet A B C f Lfc K out They do not expoot to produce a good article without giving very close attention to many little things A knifo blade is not tempered by simply keeping it in a 11 ro an indolinlte time And then plunging it in water or oil till it becomes cool enough to handle Should u cabinot makor be as earoloss about little things as most fanners are ho would have no sale for his waros A florist generally succoods introduc Â¬ ing flowers out of soason booauso ho gives great attention to dotuils Ho Is more likely to havo a supply of rosos in January than a farmer is to have them in June though tho latter may havo a largo numbor of bushes in ids Tho florist examinos overy garden one of his bushes every week supplies them with propor fertilizers koops tho air of tho greonhouso at tho right tem- Â¬ perature and is ablo to supply orders for roses with as groat certainty as tho manufacturer is the articles he makes Close attention to details onables a florist to havo a crop of flowers to dis Â¬ pose of every weok in tho year Market gardeners seldom fail in wising good crops of vegetables though farmors fail in producing them about as often as thoy succeed Tho former are paiustaking in all their They uso tho gardening operations fertilizers and employ them vory best They uso tho spade and liberally woll as tho plow and harrow rake ai in preparing their ground They sow ok kUd of seed at tho proper time Tkay tiin the plants by hand and uso UMfcMawoBg them while tney aro TJwy mort to transpuntauon Possessors of rare or unusually val Â¬ uable gen s said a well known gen aro menaced with tlentun yesterday all sorts of dangers to their treasures Ktornal vigilance seems to bo tho prico of possession indeed I sometimos think it too high a prico to pay for the pleasure of wearing costly jewels But women you know will havo costly jew Â¬ els if thoy can get them and aro willing Cheap Rolls Take cold mush to undergo almost any concclvablo corn meal or hominy and kuoad into amount of trouble or risk to retain or onough Graham flour to form a dough enjoy thorn just stiff onough to handle with Hour Ono of my ongagomont gifts to my mako into rolls three or four inches wife was a ring which had boon the betlong and nearly an inch thick thou rothal-ring in my family for genera Â¬ bake in a hot oven from thirty to forty tions It is an opal probably tho tinost minutes Thoy aro best whon eaten of its sio in this city surrounded by Detroit Free Press warm diamonds Originally thoro woro llf Tho largo pipe that was found on teeu diamonds of the first water Somo ago Short Mountain Tenn last woek is a years of tho sotting began to show signs age and my wife left tho ring Its woight is nearly four curiosity Â¬ pounds and It has tho appearance of at one of the foremost of the Broad bojng mado out of Tonndssoo marble way jewelers stores In this city In a days tho was It is supposed to be a calumet of few assirjaueo ring givon roturnod and tho was her that tho peace used by tho Indians in tho long orongj holding the diamonds in placo two-year-olds -- A is equivalent to stand B and 1 means walk C corresponds with trot and D extreme speed Any horse can be taught the liist three The four letters stand for the four stages Lady Pritclmrd passod through before I mado a perfect harnoss mare of her and they also stand for the four poriods of overy colts oducation that is brod Thore is vory littlo dif Â¬ at Parkviile between oducating colts and ference poople whon you look into it closely All my yearlings aro taught to stand back and know what the bit and har Â¬ ness aro for Aftor a woek of that kind of work thoy aro harnessed and walked As soon as thoy havo shown that thoy aro perfectly at homo in tho harness and respond promptly to tho lightest prossuro of tho bit they aro hitched to a cart Tho walking is con- Â¬ tinued A slow jog which is all that will bo asked of them this year is tho aro Tho noxt sop treated exactly in tho same manner Albany N Y Journal From whatevor cause women mani Â¬ fest an increasing determination to find happiness and to cultivato it for its own sake to diseovor what is possiblo la life for them individually which will bring interest work and there- Â¬ fore enjoyment They trust more to thoir own choice ami consult their own individual capabilities Marriage which is not for all women is none tho less but rather tho moro dosirable but it is ceasing to be tho only goal for girlhood New resources are at hand and eagerly sought Fresh possibili Â¬ ties are born and In a widening hori- Â¬ zon a wholesome and moro hopeful spirit is awakened The work women of our largo towns arc those on whom all burdens fall most heavily to whom most of tho advant- Â¬ ages of chango come last but thoy aro also stirred by the movement that is passing over other women and may soon give it great impetus The higher class of women who beforo seemed isolated in their superiority aro eager to use thoir faculties With an increasing number a lifo of pleas Â¬ ure is losing its importance and with all there is a craving atter tho happi- Â¬ ness which is tho work of our own hands But it is in the middle class that the greatest change has taken place there not only tho excellent ed Â¬ ucation attainable by them but tho consideration of hoalth and enjoyment put into the scale weighs heavily and is working little short of a miracle A who hud boon Nonconformist minister ingaged among this class for many years in London doscribed tho presont type of girl as altogether different to that he remembered forty years ago owing to her liner physical and mental qualities A good illustration of this is to bo found by comparison of the education and the places where such girls re- Â¬ ceived it formerly with what thoy now receive and the circumstances that at present surround it Then education for the middle class consisted chiefly of training in the performance of cer- Â¬ tain tricks shamming the accomplish Â¬ ments aftor which they were called If the education were moro real widen oeeasionallv was the case it was still difficult to And any girls school in which the tir t requirements of health were cntcrtuinod Air ahd exercise alono were matters considciod of little if any importance and this because common sense did not preside and the ideas of happiness and enjoyment wore not considered with regard to the edu Â¬ cation of girls Wo may still have much to learn and much to forget in these xnatters but any ono of our high schools for girls can testifv to the fortunate change of opinion This has only taken place since happiness has boon considered tho right of girls as much as of boys Women whose work lies among womeu are becoming aware of an Â¬ other agent affecting and likely to affect yet more largely the position of woman A solidarito is springing up among the mass of women creating a now tie between those of different classes No longer is it only a re- Â¬ ligious in its narrow sense or philan- Â¬ thropic impulse that directs tho action of woman for woman It is no longer only gratitude or self interest that bioathos tho response from woman to woman Some now spring of feeling attracts women of all elasses to each other Ono moro only of tho forces which havo co operated to ostablish tho present position of woman remains for notico here Its results aro vividly before us but in point of timo it is old ns the subject to which it belongs If other influences havo worked with subtlety this lias been an evident and an impelling force always It is sig Â¬ nified in that struggle or rather scramble for life which civilization notwithstanding her milder moods has pressed and does press upon woman Woman World and that hud all boon strengthened tho ring would last indollnitoly Rocontly sho determined to havo tho ring reset in a more modorn fash Â¬ ion We wont away for tho summer leaving tho ring at a well known jew Â¬ elers Soon afterwards my wlfo re- Â¬ ceived a vory polite note to tho effect that only thirteen of the diamonds were available for resotting as tho other two were very clever imitations the jeweler forwarded the two bogus diamonds by express to us They were certainly the best counterfeits that I ever saw So it seoms tho newest of all dan- Â¬ gers to diamonds is tho dishonesty ot diamond setters Of course tho groat majority of diamond setters aro un- Â¬ questionably honest It is a class of workmen like diamond cutters and polishers famous tho world over for honesty Still black sheep will steal into any flock Butlers in privato fam- Â¬ ilies especially in England whore they have access to stores of plate and jewels that are ofton of fabulous value are a conspicuously trustworthy class yet herein New York only a short timo ago a butler who had made tho rounds of somo of our best families was detected in changing the superb diamonds in his mistress earring3 for trumpery glass lie was by trade a diamond setter and who can tell how many gems lie exchanged for paste whon ho was working at his trade iV i Sun To verify the statement NEW YORK The THE DAIRY The tomporaturo of tho milk room should bo as near sixty degres as poss- Â¬ ible 7atry World Water all animals before feeding as it doo not pay to wash meal out of tho stomach Indianapolis Sentinel Aftor parturition ono tablespoon ful of sulphur should bo given each cow twice a week to cleanse the blood U S Dairyman FASHIONS anil pli- Â¬ Litf Nuvoltle In Mlk Fabrics Iiirlslun Itoceptlnn Gowns China Tl o new silks of American manufacture aro soft glossy vory IMITATION JEWELS A New Dancer by Which lonniiora of Cotly Gems Are Mnmuistl able and of lino finish They aro sold in various shades of fashionable col- Â¬ ors now gold pale golden terracotta apple moss and absinthe green several distinct shades of red bright and deep orange golden bron e etc Those silks arc shown in plain and ligured patterns and aro in special request for tea gowns bridesmaids dresses and for full dress evening wear combined with velvet or colored silk laces and nets Tho silks are also in great use in fancy work and for house decorations Exquisite qualities of China crape are also brought out among domestic silks The lattor fabric shows a most perfect luster and finish and can be pur Â¬ chased in pattorns embroidered in tiny sot figures of blossoms or geometric designs stamped upon the goods in large rings and crescents or in the plain unpatterned tints and dyes of the China silks noted above A Paris made reception gown exhib Â¬ ited by u Broadway importer is mado of heavy watered satin of a pale rosy lilac shade brocaded with full blon blush rosos surrounded b drooping buds and foliage of delicate gold Tho embossed flowers and leaves aro ex- Â¬ quisitely tinted and blended The pointed corsage a la Josephine is partly covered by a bertha of old point lace The train which is nearly throe yards in length is untrimmed the skirt front parting over a petticoat of violet velvet this opening in turn up tho front and faced with pale lilac satin the parting revealing a second simulated petticoat of lace formed by arranging a double row perpendicularly on a silk founda- Â¬ tion skirt the scalloped edges of tho lace just mooting all the way down the front and showing from belt to skirt hem Tho sleoves of the bodice aro short and are made to copy tiio effect of the front of the gown tho sleeve propor boing of the satin brocade tinn- Â¬ ing back with tiny rovers of velvet over an inner sleeve of lace Watered silks are again the rage Late in tho summer thoy were out of style and cases of moire silks and satins wore everywhere thrown upon tho bargain counters marked at No sooner were ruinous prices theso job lots fairly disposed of than tho tido turned in thou- favor again and incoming steamers are now bringing to our shores largo invoices of high novelties in watored effects these appearing in a sort of avalanche of color Moiro is admirably used with tho new beautiful Henrietta cloths Indian cashmere vigogr plain velvet limousine camels hair and other fino wools Watered silks and satins aro among the few fabrics that aro utterly worthless in low grades A cheap watered silk is tho vorlost tawdry trash imaginable But olcgant qualities of moiro wero sold vory recontly for loss than ono third their actual value and those Mho se Â¬ cured those materials at far loss than cost because thoy wore out now find themselves in possession of one of the most fashionablo dross fabrics of tho season popular howovor as lato summer blossoms boforo frost for the oarcor of watered silk is always short- Â¬ Â¬ Every dairyman should strive to havo pastures of eloan sweet grasses and tho land should bo enrichod with St Louis Republican top dressing Every dairyman should strive to havo pastures of clean sweet grasses and tho land should bo onriohed with top drossing Farm Field and Stock- Â¬ man Tho plan of engaging a reliablo farmer or factory man to regularly sup- Â¬ ply a family with buttor is now quito largely resorted to in tho big cities and larger villages Hoards Dairy man A good ration for Jerseys is four pounds corn meal four pounds linseed meal six pounds wheat bran and fif teen pounds of clover hay If you havo corn fodder add a littlo moro linsood meal and wheat bran or a littlo malt sprouts if you can buy them reason- Â¬ ably Jersey Bulletin Tho evening milking of cows usually contains more solid matter than the mornings milk The avorage of four breeds tested at the English dairy show was ltJ 4 per cent of solid in the morning milk and 143 in the ovening Farm and Home There is no standard percentage of butter as to milk Milk varies in tho amount of butter it contains during the season In tho autumn when tho cowa give less milk tho percentage of butter is twice as much as it is whon tho flow is greatest Cows differ as it takes all tho way from live pounds of milk to twenty four pounds to make ono of butter Farm Field and Stockvian Thero aro still those who do not approve of making small cheeses from a mistakon regard however tender for The tho interests of tho consumer claim is that in small cheeses there is too large a proportion of rind that goes to waste Now it is a foolish and ignor- Â¬ ant woman who allows any part of a cheese to go waste If she can not bait n mouso trap with it she can make Wolsh rarebit or grate it into macoaroni or simply fry it and servo on toast A woman must havo very little inventive genius who can not mako good uso of a -- Â¬ cheese no matter how hard it is American Dairyman Mixing milk is injurious to tho yield of butter This is well known to milkmen and butter makers If milk which has been set for some time and upon which the cream has partly risen is stirred tho cream never rises again fully and thore is a considerable loss of butter from it Why this should bo so is not easily explained but it is so well known that milk dairymon stir the milk occasionally to prevent tho cream from rising Tho centrifugal cream system would probably get all tho cream from it but tho buttor dairymen who dopond upon the ordinary system of raising the cream will not American Dairyman Ration Where cream only is sold from tho placo and tho stock of food consists of hay alone my idea of economy in such a case would be to feed the sweet skim milk back to the cows that gave it It would with a little wheat ryoor buck Â¬ wheat bran make an exoellont balance with tho hay and make the whole oasy I know of no other way of digestion which it could be bettor utilized in The following formula will show how nicely it fits in with the hay and bran to make a perfect ration A Reliablo Milk Ilrnn Skim milk Totals Hay IM Albumt- - nobis 18 H lM 4 Carbohi drat a 80 3AS 130 810 Fat 50 at JM 82 - IS 21W 1258 The milk would best bo fed by using it to wot up the bran and a littlo cut hay if there is moro than enough to bo taken up by tho bran Doubtless moro milk could bo utilized than is named in the formula as It is so oasily appro- Â¬ priated Prof L J Arnold in N E Homestead A - Question of Profits It is a question about tho profits on a cow Tho oarnings on a cow aro sim Â¬ ply interest or dividends on so much invested Cows aro capital stock and tho intelligence and care which wo bo stow upon tho cow Is tho moasuro of A paying cow can novor bo a success rustlor but an animal that returns to tho owner a proportionate moasuro Milk based upon lior environments can not be mado out of frostod grass supplomnntod by northwest winds It is good food pure not too cold water lived -i- V Foal ami warm stablos that aro the threo great agonts in milk prod uotion Cold Margarot W heighten writes to tho Stains Crost that her favorite pot is thirst and food hardof digostion all cost and that cost is in the direction of a lovely littlo grass snake of a milky will green color which is so tamo and cute loss production A dairyman whocow his Intelligent oaro of that sho was accustomed to lot it roam not tako thorn and not beef and food around tho houso at will until an ophi had bettor keopfor mill nd thus utllhw mules dlophobic member of tho family began his wire grass and daisy ovoHoar to object Dairyman r x tevi uL -- - B3I HOME FARM AND GARDEN When upongu euli becomes dry it to nice to cut in thin slices and toast Disease is often transmillud by tlio hands throujrh tlio mouth Always wash thi hands on coming out of a sick room All old worthless trees had bettci he cut out of the orchard now and usc Tito orchard will look for liruwood better next spring and it will pay It is reconi mended to plant tlio black mulberry instead of the locust along the voud and highways for Mulstj ry posts are good the shade fruit is good tul the trees aro hand Â¬ some Marlborougn PicGrate six tart apples one cupful sugar three table spoonfuls melted butter four eggs well beaten juice and grated rind of oao Hake with one crust lemon Toledo Blade Hippopotamus Hunting In hunting tho hippopotamus the Bayeyo or African savage uses a sort of hurpooii tho shaft of which is twclvo feet long At tho end a socket is made and into this is insortod a com Â¬ bination of spear and fish hook as sharp as a pin To the shank of this harpoon a hank of cord is fastened tho other end of which is tied to tho wooden handle Secured to this is tho long harpoon line terminating with a iloat so that if tho wounded animal takes to tho water it can bo followed and eas Â¬ ily killed If a canoe or boat wore used in hunting them there is always danger of the hippopotami chewing them up and of leing alarmed by tho sound of the paddles so tho natives employ rafts that are permitted to lloat over the water and tipproah the ani Â¬ mals without awakening their suspi- Â¬ cion Golden Days HIS PHOTO The venerable benefactor of mankind intent upon his good works Is known an we see him here His familiar fare and form have become a trade mark and the good he has done is ilhtctmlod in the follow- Â¬ ing man clous Instance Jan 17 1833 George C Osgood Co druggistLowell Mass wrote Mr Lewis Dennis No 130 Moody St wires to recommend St Jacobs Oil to any atHlctcd with rheumatism and desires to pay that Orrin Robinson of Grantvllle Mass a boy of 12 years came to his hoiwo in the toiimner of 1881 walking upon crutoho Ms left leg having been bent at the knee for over two months and could not bo bent back He could not walk upon it Mr Dennis had some St Jacobs Oil in the house and gave it to him to rub on his knee In six days he had no wc for his crutches and went home well without them and he has been wrlsinccHt Jacobs Oil cured him in July 1887 inquiry was made of tho Messrs Osgood to ascertain the condition of the little cripple which brought the follow- Â¬ ing resonse Lowell Mus- July 0 1887 The poor cripple on crutches Orrin Robin son cured b tit Jacobs Oil in 1881 has reÂ¬ mained cured The young man has licen and is now at workeverv day at manual labor Dr George C Os good M D No other remedy cau make tho same showing Â¬ 1 AD WAY R The Great Liver and Stomach Remedy Tor tho euro of all disorders of tho Stomach Llrer HottoIk Kidney Illndder Ncrroun Iam of Appotlto lloadnchi Cunllvenusi- llierni Indlflostlon Hllloumujv Korer lntlnmnintlon of the liowrlo Illua ami nil doranf cment of tho Internal viscera Iutuly vcuotnbli cunUilnlug no uiurourr mineral ordclutorlnus druKi Irlcc SS rent bor Bold by all drum lst lVrUKI CT iiJKM IION will boacwinpllshed by tHklnir Undwiiy rills ny io dolnjr 8ICK llyspopsla Koal Stomach 1UI lounniM will ho avoided mid tho food that Is eaten contribute its nourishing properties for tho support of tho natural wasto of tho body mus fAM II c 1r i f k M LINIMENT mlACIIi Custard Filling for Cakes Half a cup of sweet milk half cup of sugar one tablespoonful Hour one egg Flavor with lemon extract and boil like a soft custard in a double boiler Good Cheer till it thickens When the farmer begins to esti- Â¬ mate the value of sheep from the standpoint of meat fertility and con- cnl advantage to the farm he will not allow the market price of wool to de Â¬ termine whether or not ho will raiso them Sour Roast Put some beef with a sliced onion into a stone crock and cover with good vinegar cold put in pepper salt and a few cloves Let this stand a whole day and night ami the next day roast in the oven vinegar and all Detroit Free Press CoIIpo Rolls Take one quart or Dread dough and mix v4tii it one half cup of sugar one quarter of a cup of butter two cups of dried curranNj make into small rolls dip into melted butter place in tins let rise and bake Farmer and Manufacturer When some particular farmer suc Â¬ ceeds in securing better crops than hi neighbors it indicates that ho is pro Â¬ gressive and ha- adopted the uw im Â¬ proved methods for success Observe him and endeavor to learn from his experience No farmer can succeed who is not willing to throw his preju Â¬ dices aside and adopt the better prac Â¬ tices of his neighbors Indianupotis - Cancer in England Tho general climate of England is favorable to tho development of can- Â¬ cer Out of cvory million deaths from all causes those from cancer number about 30000 This proportion is only exceeded by phthisis old age con- Â¬ vulsions bronchitis pnoumonia and debility Next to consumption cancer is tho most fatal of all the con- Â¬ stitutional diseases and it has been steadily gaining ground for more than twenty years The deaths from can- Â¬ THE GREAT ENGLISH EEMEDY ForLWer Rile lnilIfrr tlonrti Krco trom Mercury cer per million of persons living were contain oiilv litro Vrirenble Insrrtunii AgrnW - It to perform Its functions Tho symp Â¬ toms of Dyspepsia disappear and with them tho liability of tho system to contract diseases Tako thomedlelno nccnrdlttK to directions and obscrvo what wo say In Kulse and Truo ropoctlnir diet A rew extracts from tho many letters wo aro con bluntly receiving Dr AOMIddlebrool IoravUlnGa I use them n tny uractlco and family in proferonoo to all other Ill Is Mrs Caroline MontelthDeor Creek Indt I bo llrvo my llo ba been saved by your medicine HuTolonc hoeu Bufferlnj with Dyipopiln and Liver Complaint UACarrIMEcnmblaAlat Host Illltho ha ever used K Iltimmol Uoonvlltv Ho Cured him when alt others fatted Allco K Ohuver Mt Storm VT Va MI positive ly say tlnU lUul ways aro the boat rills 1 overbad for Dyspepsia t rVendn letter stamp lo IHI HADWAY j CO No it Warren St New York for Kalso and True iiud etmblo im UAWWAT8 XMITS aro a euro forthls complaint They restore strength to tho utomnch DYSPEPSIA M mjLK lb WMoiiy IMKXirametHkMl V f1 A M MU8TAHQ Ml LIN1HEWT JONES PAYStheFREICHT a Ton WnaoB Hralra Lin TMBrua4 Ilea fte XX DEI MIT liulur lletm Bi JHHBSkA aRTM il in 1862 861 in 1872 181 in 1881 020 in 1882 582 in 1883 016 in 1884 500 in 1885 160 and are now close upon 600 London Slandard C1IAH X ClUTTKNTON SKW YOJtK lnrriti8U rorbrprlcUa tnUoa ihln prr nd ldrtM JOHIS OF ilNOHAMTOH B1NUHAMTON And N Y eo tt BiM min in aiiNon c uun or im uoiumbu Law tad- nU lnoelASMwofatwchatYal 400 at UDiranitv of lonn Phil a 400 at Wnllosley OolleK anO threa bnr olossos at CuauUuqu UnlTerslty Ac trOipotniroT iu Jt frota VllOV LOIHIflTj 117 Fifth Aa K X hriiko artiHcial Any bonk IrarncO In one rritillnar by M nit TWAIN iuchahu Pmootok thobolnntut lions W W Aston JudahP Benja Wl EMORY ayatena it worklncforut ttiolp DURANCS RHEUMATIC rich REMEDY Win Miss Howjames said the you dont mean that it Chicago girl is all over between you and Mr Grim shaw re Â¬ What I havo told you plied the Boston young lady haughtily is tin the undraped actuality Chicago Tribune Tho Coining Coinot It is fancied by a grateful patron that tho next coinot will aptcar in tho form of a huge bottle having joklen Medical Discovery inscribed upon it in bold characters Whether thi conceit and hiyh compliment will be verified remains to bo but Dr Pierce will continue to send forth that wonderful vegetable eompouud and potent eradicator of disease It lias no equal in medicinal and health giving properties for imparting vigor and tone to tho liver and kidneys in purifying the blood and through it cleans ing and renewing tho whole system For scrofulous humors and consumption or lung scrofula in its early stages it is a posxivo specific Druggists will positively euro rheumatlun when evcrythliiK eluc on earth full It Is taken Internally nnil cures quickly find tbnrotiuhly without ruining tho Ktom by nil tlniCKtst pHtnphlot to op lrlee oneilnlliim bottleHold Ix liotttca for Ave dollar DruRRlrt WASIIINUTOKDC 8TINE It K IIRIrilKX Gream Bairn ICCKEai Bond for f ron 40 nriLo Utienninitlm NeurnliTn KUI neyamlall Ilironlo uiseae aro ponltlvcly cured by Dr Homes famous KllCritO 3IAONKT10 ItrIT Thou smidi In tirnrv Ktnto In tho lxMn runit KLCirrUirtTY lnstantlv Cnlon harf V felt PatenW til nml void 10 vrnrs Whnlufivmllr can MfirsaniK ic It KIKITIUUMIMKNHOUIK f - with malo hplts Avohl worthless ImltnllcwiK KIXCTHIC TllfbrtK3 ruilUlITlllK OOcuridinM Hondktamp for pamphlet DR W J HORNE InTeutor89 Wabash ArChlraBo -- WEAK NERVOUS PEOPLE suiTcring wun HtZ otlifn Genuine Kleeirlo Belt Hrnshes oto Indy acentn wanted for lClectrlo Corsets Oiilcte Bales Wrlto fortorms Dr Scott SKI nndwayNY itf Ji1 rnorrr lllll PER 9V 0 mrn horses and olva tlinlr whnla Lima to thai business Spare momenta mar ba prodtably em- also A few varttnclo In towns and cities F JOHNSON A CO 1013 Main 8U tUchmoad Va 100 to preferred whocanfurnlih 300 LI Acents nn and caivaAn fur DrRcotla hamples thkk EH AdtlTCfS Gives relief at onco for Elys COLl in IIEAD fi Not a Liquid or Snuff Apply Balm into each nostril KLY 1IUOS 2X0reeiiwIchftNY VO 1 Threo duvs nriic a fiintur writer with tho ordinary tera of tho alphabet than threo inuntlin studylet of Shorthand His theroforo of linmouso udvantneo to hnnlnexft men lawyers clerirymun atudenls chirks mechanics and all who wish to uso tho pen rnpldly A tiuslnoas aceompllshmont makes buil nesi opportunities Instruction book mailed o- - re ceipt of VS ts by P J KOVTAIXi euro tleu mukes KNJBI KfaraBntmsH spiMil KN ten witlr JUirixTNTA IN Wn5 NA MiTTlllcl1 I1 fourtlmen iit nw mil I tho present uvcruKO may t disabled Offlcrr cTillcctod reltorisl XX ycara iinicileot success or no fee IjAWrtHKXTiritrr W lltlOUnlCK A UOX lUrlaasll 0 A U WuklactM BU MflUET HTUIr Iook kecplntrlVnmanshlp ArlUfc IsllnSC metlo Rhorthand et tliorouchly tansht by mall Circulars free IIUYANrStOLLLUK UtfWKT tM niRRQJtetortcra PenHlonn if X Ufejulbll all cot parboun fcjl ty LIsU YOHIC CIlKMUUh WOIUCS IOllIAJ hu writ-Â¬ COX RDNP UPAI for Poultry GranuUtad Bone and UUnC muMLiCrushiHl Oyster Shells Hend for Irlco York Im Â¬ of MKTHOIOMTAN AMOXTU Imk article Â¬ Journal tfSfarasgaaTSSr5 1 The agricultural production of Da kota Territory is given sis follows Wheat Oats Flux Corn Arret 1 lS U ai7rav H f4118J fWKI 0H Jlushel 1RHK 000 airoMKK Hn gave mo Bomo pointers said the tramp of the farmer he jabbed mc with a pitchfork JJriJt A Ituliitblo Almnime for 1888 Ifr The area sown to wheat 8892889 acres and the yield approxi Â¬ mated GO 000000 bushels nearly double the production of 1885 or about one seventh of the entire wheat crop of the United States in 1887 If the stems of fruit trees are wrapped with old netpapers mice and rabbits will not gnaw the bark Another and more permanent safe Â¬ guard is to mix cow dung with thick lime wash and add enough carbolic acid to give it a strong odor and paint this on the tree for about three feet above the ground This will also ex Â¬ clude tho borers whose eggs will be killed by it as they arc laid upon tho bark or tho parents of tho grubs will not deposit eggs upon the trees treated 88M3J3 in 1887 was iOCiillOJ Websters Unabridged Dictionary j that an almanac io A book or table con Â¬ taining a calendar of days weeks and months to which astronomical data and various statistics aro often added such as tho times of tho rising and sotting of tho sun and moon changes of the moon eclipses hours of full tide stated festivals of churches weather probabilities etc All this and moro too will no found in the Ben Franklin Almanao issued by tho Chicago Milwaukco St Paul Railway Send six cents in postago to A V H Carpenter General Passenger Agent Milwaukco Wis and an almanao for 1868 will be forwarded to your address Money just now is liko many men who Texan MJtiwjs have il ciobc HP latiinnwjiaam JAY lUlOXSOS Detroit In tin- - world bent noil pfrifiritift oiimplo Free Xteli DUKWHTKll HAKKTI ANK E I168 tVllKN WKITINuto ADVKKTWKirH PLEA8B DAY 150 S8 A not nniferSfttnploB worth Wrlto tate that yuu taw tlio AdvcrUemteaA ta thlfl Ilnifl tho horHcs feet llltOAUWAYNKW llKlt IIOLPKU CO 44 liMlliMililMHiIliHlKl 1 HAMILTOHS PILLSJ paper Vonii M L m 3 JUfHlrk JCTWaiilliWtoriilliilrWlMliiiilliilidn 1 atfJ qmss - tsv iJAs vajv -- M j now N V tSjj ill m r -- 1 itt SO CEMTS m-- If W yNx vmtDv r a i El For a case of Catarrh In iho Head which they cannot cure 3 I Lk Us rCoiYitiuiiT scvtzM LcrS S 1SP mm Vl 3 fjCm m fj vgti w if mwbwuMmt mtjjjwi MS35jWw BfMHSiTlilirjSSOMfflSfflEal 1867 J L Americas Lake Marino Every year Air Frank Wilkeson represents a mate of a lako propeller wo lose about 000 sailorp as saying on these lakes and Mr Wilkeson1 blood curdling narrative goes on to show how death traps are used m tho lako trade inspectors tempted to pass them and mens lives risked on craft hardly fit to sail on a mill pond1 This may all be truo but tho number of lives lost last year was not about SOO but 20 1 during the season of lako navigation of 1887 It was little if any larger in 183G and wo doubt if mi year has ever seen about f00 sallow lost on tho lakes Lako navigation has nover grown as rapidly as now Before spring the 20587 tons lost last summer will be replaced by 100000 tons of new tonnage of which 622rl has already been launeJied Nearly all tho new tonnage is steam while the old avjis sail forty threo of tho Hovouty threo vessels lost being schooners This stands for a great in Â¬ crease in olllciency anil tho Sault Sto Marie which passed as much or moro tonnage than the Sue Canal last sum Â¬ mer will probably boat tho record of the more conspicuous marine highway next yoar Philadelphia Press Woman Work There is no end to tho tasks which daily confront tho good housewife To bo a suc cessful housekeeper tlio first requisite is How cau a woman contend good houlth against tho trials and worries of housekeep- Â¬ ing if she bo sufforing lrom those distressing irregularities ailments ami weaknesses peculiar to her sex J Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription is a specific for those disorders Tho only remedy sold by drug- Â¬ gists under a positive guaranteo from the Satisfaction guaranteed manufacturers in every case or money refunded See printed guarauteo on bottle wrapper Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rending from ovonina- - nowpiper Monov was very tight in tho Street to day Now Iv found out why it Is tho toot of all Keiituelni Slate Journal evil Come injja wYpe to blows of ten- - sailors -- Texas Sift In tho Volapuk langungotho word for dol lar is doak But it will bn just as hard as ever to borrow ono JiUtburgh Chronicle Telrqraph 1 Smxthe who lives in a bourding house wnnts tho old pong Hold tho Fort for I am Coming changed to hold the pianoforto till I can get away Merchant Traveler A SYHIBTOins OF Tim DISKASC Dull heavy headnchc obstruction of the nusnl pansut OH UIschitrfrcB falllnfr from tho hotul Into tho throat Bomctlmcs profuse wntery nnd acrid tit others thick tenacious mucous purulent bloody and putrid tho eyes nro weak llicro In rhiRitiK in tho ears denfncBS hackinp or couffliingr to clear tho throat expectoration of ofTenslvo mat- Â¬ ter together with fcaIm from ulcers the volco is ulmnpcd nnd the breath is otrenslvo nmell and tasto lias a nasal twang impaired there to a sensation of dizziness with mental depres- Â¬ hacking- - cotnrh nnd eeneral debility Only a few of tho sion n above named symptoms ure likely to bo present in any ono case Thousands of cases annunlly without manifesting half of tho nbovo symptoms result in consumption and end In the grave No disease la so common more deceptive nnd dangerous Jess understood or more unsuccessfully treated by physicians If you would remove nn evil strllte at ff B nnurjnM Sctier I root As tho Drcdumosincr or real cause of catarrh is In the majority of cases some I Treatment weakness impurity or otherwise faulty condition of the system In attempting to MB BaansExaaaasaaoaacu euro tho disease our chief aim must bo directed to Mc jemorol of that cauac Tho more wo bco of this odious disease nnd we treat successfully thousands of cases nn nually at the Invalids Hotel nnd Surgical Institute tho moro do wo realize tho Importance of combining with tho use of n local soothing nnd healing application a thorouoh and 2ertstcnt inter- Â¬ nal use of blood cleansing and tonic medicines In curing catarrh nnd nil tho various diseases with which it Is bo frequently complicated as throat Chief bronchial and lumr diseases weuk stomuch ca impure denfness weak or Inllnined Reliance tarrhalscrofulous and syphilitic taints eyes wonder- Â¬ tho blood ful unworn and virtues of Dr IMcrcos Golden Med ical Discovery cannot bo too strongly extolled It hoa a sneclllu OATftKRH IN THE HEAD effect upon tho lining mucous membranes of the nasal and other nlr paasnges promoting the natural wcretlon of their folllclea ana glands thereby softening the diseased and thickened membrane und restoring It to ita naturnl thin delicate moist healthy con- Â¬ dition As n blood purltlcr It is unsurpassed As thoso diseases which complicate catarrh are diseases or tho lining mucous mem- Â¬ branes or of the blood it will readily bo Been why thla medlcln Is bo well calculated to euro them As a local application for healing tho diseased condi- Â¬ tion in tho head Dr Sagos Catarrh Remedy la beyond Local nil comparison tho best preparation over Invented It Is mild and pleasant to tire producing no smarting Agent or pain and containing no strong Irritating or caua- Thin Homed V Id a DOWCT Hii ririio or ntlinr linlnnn ful nntlsoptlc nnd speedily destroys all bad Bincll which accom Â¬ panies so many cases of catarrh thus nlfordlng groat comfort to hoso who Buffer from this disease Tho Golden Medical Discovery Is tho natural Sages Catarrh helpmato of Permanent not only elennsesDrpurines regulatesRemedy It and build up the eyBtrin to a healthy standard and con- Â¬ Cures quers throat bronchial and lung complication wli ii nnv niieli exiAt lint from llA fiucciflo effects upon tho lining membrane of tho nasal passages It aula materially in restonug mo uiscasca imcauneu or uimawu uiviu hruno to a healtliy condition and thus eradicates tho dkteaae When a euro la effected in this manner it is permanent Roth Dr Pierces Golden Median Discovery and Dr Pages Catarrh Remedy nro Bold by druggists tno worm over uiacovcry uu ur aa gos Catarrh Remedy CO ceaU SI IX six Dottles ior half dozen bottles 2It A fitntilifn nVontlse nn fSifnrrli trlvlna- - Vftlliablo hinta OS la clothing diet and other matters of importance will bo mailed post paid to any address on receipt of a 2 eent potitage stamp -- Addroad Worlds IMapoiuary Ifledlcai AaaocIUlos No Cfl3 Main Street Barrxuo N F port A 8Anon generally feels tired Jxai SViji4 after a dayn r -- - L S tow VALrv WsKEkt - s s SlZC S or wright Detroit Free Pre A tocno lady in Chicago acknowledges that Ktio hunkers to marry an Imliiin chief Thats tlio kind of handkor ehluf Bho la Sf Mniiow iiiAMvTisT -- A fuddled play Â¬ o o PELLETS Va a Sifting A The Punishmont Fit tho Crime Hochtnler To t Krjrtt You scorn to havo a bad cold thh morning sir Evolution -- tight boots mako a corn corn Yes a bad cold in myhoad makes whisk whisky makes a man tight Commercial BulUlln Ill tell you what you ought to do In his You must tako a littlo1- 1A COUR9K dinner in a tirst cluBS hotel A slung shot was waved in tho air ought to bo a lino affair of comets Hotel and tin well meaning adviser was Mall Htrctehcd lifoless on the ground It Is difficult for a sailor to mako a tiller That makes iivo thin morning No cnu make it of wood of the soil muttered tho man with a colli in thi though Term Siting head as ho sauntered down tho HtrcoU A tehmfic example the first ono In tho Drakes Muguiine arithnvjuc that does not havo tho answer boatc--JJonton dlings 1b naturally only middliugB flttong Jftrchaat TraviUr Money talks and lota of people liko to honr it ho long as it has cents in what it says that ends ewoII liurlliilon Fret Pre Pcrrna adulterated with buckwheat mid good motto for a liniment Alls well fMiW Dr ricrcoa relict opcrato without dleturbaooo to tho eyatcm diet or ucupatlon Put up In glaaa vials hermetically sealfd Always fresh and relia Â¬ ble As a gentle laxative alterative or aetlve purgative they give the moat perfect BaUafactlon THE ORONAL Z akf EAsrEST e eyXAXtXSSr aHaaajpxsia PotoonouaMlncrahi to Tjcas Alwayi contain Ilewaro of Imitation which Dr Pierooa Pclleta which aro mtio hukmmwsuxi riua or AnU blllou Oinnulea ONE PELLET A DOSE PERFECTLY- - HAMffLEM I PURELY VEGETABLE they are Uueqaaled I Aa a LIVER FILL r BEING PVREIV VEGETABLE I - J Sold by Druggists 20 Cents a Vlaf HIIIoh Ileadaelie IiidlKC ttlon bUIohb Attaefca and all derange ments of tho stomach and boweto are promptly re lloved and permanently cured bj the te of jsr mivA Biiaau ina rniunoUnn of tbelr remedial variety of diaeaaM itmay -power over so great truthfully be asA that their aettoa apen ta feia txtVArmi mt aland or tlasue eacaping their aaaative ianueaof UrUrtJ by W01LV8 WHtWXUkW WWXl AWmitDIxstHMtl SICK HEADACHE Oa4lMtloH Jfc v LN L i t upnuuded LbiKt I Uitlitn aurrA o r- ITSPW V vfv nr -- p m r iV 1pp yi4 lqrr-y-- 1 S3 55385T3 P fftfyfljEy JfTlfW p- - EaZELGeEEN IlERALDr I I I4 Subscription I - SI a Yenit b k And HiHt Frfld In AdvitHOC EASTERN KENTUCKY yUfJ ill WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING Oonipllod by County Correspondent ft Oat Hnd Condensed irom Our nnd Contemporaries srrmrrAfr COUNTY -- week put most of the items wore gather this point und Kzcl and we were 80jrc8ed with business wo did not huvo timof to measure the distance to sec which point tho aubjectof each item was tiio nearest to and knowing that Blurt was a man could see a long way wo withheld our fetter forr fear ho would kick and lo thcro was but ono item of it in Blurts letter Consequently tho read era of Tub Heiialp whjeh nreiunny miria agopd letter We wish BJurt wduld give tho 110W6 or allow ub to with dut the trouble of measuring thadistaucc od between Â¬ Specif Correspondence GiUsby Ckkbk Jan 23 Wo had u long Ictterfor the dear old IlKitALDdnst overynimo Tle bard of supervisors fortliis couri ty was composed of tlu follqwing named persons Win Webb E J Webb J S Njckcll Wm Havens and Monroe Tat rick They increased tho assessed value of land about 50000 T L Johnson sold his property at this place consisting of a dwelling garden store house and outbuilding to Jo soph McUlure for 500 This wo think is a low price as he had good buildings George Cecil formerly of Hazel Grccjij has moved to thiy place and is it w6rk in thobhickamith shop Mr Cecil can do well as there is no other smith here and a largo amount of work to do J Z Hnney closed his school it this placf last Saturday which was well attended Zack is a first class genllcnan a lino scholar and will always render sat Â¬ isfaction in the bcliool room Win Goodpnster and Doc Stamper bought a nice lot of hogs in tliis muli horliood hist week this being the thiid lotjthey have bought this winter -- Samuel Dormant wife of color is very low with consumption and is not likely to iccovpr Joseph McCluro sold his farm adjoin ing this place to Hiram Hnney for it fair price J S Wheeler sold a mule last week to John DcUontd for 103 Â¬ On Tun Wino ovening at 7 of S p wid E A Goodwin day following at half past EzujvJnn Friday oclock Eli Ann daughter 2 Dicd on Iat On ftittir1 - oclock the remains vero carried to the church a few con90ling and fitting remarks yrere made jby Rev Thomas Walters to the TolaliVjCS and friends that had assembled after whhji the little body was laid in its long resting place in tho shadow of tho church in which she had often met in Sunday school She was a sweet lit tlo girl twelve years old Sho had been sick about one month and Unable to talk most of tho time To her many friends aud relatives we can say as did the apo tle that woare not as thoso that htive no hope f0r if any of Adams race arc sure of heaven it is those gema of which the poet hath said precious jewels of child D Sublctl the now drummer for Co of Mt Sterling Chiles Thompson was guest of the Pieratt House last week aqd from what wo hear of him and the start ho made here ho will make the commercial drum ring Your IVible riddle in last weeks issue of Tii is Hint At caused some bigguess iig bore and the gnessors conclude that a rooster can crow in this place as well as in lew York J P Power aud a Mr Kelly passed through here last week on their return from Georgia whore they had been sell lug horses A now road is being made from this juood C LEE COUNTY Special Correspondence Jackson Jan 10 In our last letter BkattyviIjLB Jan 20 Thcro is a to Tun Herald wo advortiso somo of petition being circulated through this our wants and necessities which can on- Â¬ county praying tho present Legislature ly bo vouchsavod unto us through tho to pass a law prohibiting tho sale of in- Â¬ acts of tho Legislature now in session at toxicating liquors in less quantities than Frankfoft Wo do not like to draw on ten gallons This would be a good law tho rpMC of your columns but believiuc provided it work but sho wont wok that the interest of a large number of Thoy know too well how to get ofl up your readers can bo beat served by coun- Â¬ hollows and maker teracting an effort How being made to J E Uammons of Procter and Miss induce the solons of Kentucky to estab- Â¬ Nannie Iteins of Boonevillc were united lish a new County composed of n wart of in tho holy bond of mrtrimony on Tuesthe territory now in Breathitt Owaloy day evening the 17th inst Mr Hammons aud Ferry counties Breathitt for one is a prominent merchant while the bride heartily opposes tho consummation of an is a lovely young lady and a nieco of enterprise so detrimental to tho interest Col A II Clark at whoso residence the of all save the interested few who aro ceremonies took place prompted by mercenary motives and indiCharley Smith and C S Powell of vidual agglnudizemelit Encroachments Richmond passed through town Tuesday havo already been made upon our terri- en Magoffin county They deal rouU tory by giving a portion of it to Knott largely into wild lands that being their and Wolfe counties until we feel that object Mr Smith has several large wq can spare no more without filing a boundaries of land in our neighboring protest county of Breathitt The Ureathitt county court of claims If there ia anything in tho longest polo convened last Monday Their settlement knocking the persimmon tho editor of with tho Sheriff footed up a balance of the Little Acorn to be published at this 11870 in favor of the county This place has you newspaper men foul for speaks quite well for tho economical and he is a very lengthy human and a business like management of the financial good clever fellow also affairs of the county for the past year Walker Jamison returned from a trip When the present officials wore inducted down the river Tuesday He took a into office tho county was 2700 in debt She has paid the current expenses made large lot of boom timber to Ford for some improvements at a cost of about Asfiqr Bros 100 paid 13U6 6n the ticwcourftlioimo Judge G W Gourley of this places Jturned from Camptou lastFriday1 and now has to her credit thcfsnugllittle l l rt VVlioh anotheV off our wnerc no uaajueeu aitenumg circuit stuti of mountain counties can boast of such a court record we would be gad to pay licV a Prof A Sanders of the Booncville visit take our knitting and stay most a Normal school was in our midst last v day Saturday attending to business Another effort is being made to induce Some of the boys got a little too full the Legislature to enact a law requiring of redeye laat Saturday and had a each county to pay for their own record racket or two but no one hurt books Such a measuic would be attend A Hobbs of Wolfe county was in ed with great injustice as under existing our burg a lew days since Ho taught laws all mountain counties pay into the school in this county last year frensurv an amount equal to at least Geo Fraior Harlin W Ward James four times that or the cost of the records Bowling and others from Boonevillo were This is paid by way of the fifty cent tax charged on all deed mortgages nuvri in town Thursday E M Pryo went to Richmond last c age license Let those who are ad He was vocating this law tell us what disposition week returning Wednesday there on important business thev propone to make of this monev Judge John S Mahan of this place was in Richmond several days during tho Taumiek Jun 21 Tho Day Brothers week on business are with us measuring logs which they Miss Laura Hogg of Booncville was have bought of different parties I heard visiting Miss Abby Tyler of this place N B Day remark that he was well pleased with tho logs being much better this week A B McGuire a prominent citizen than he expected and I think the people are well pleased with tho honest measure- - of Owsley county was is town ono day ment Mr Day gave them They will get last week about 500 logs from Ellsherry JIays at It A Welsh of La Grange was in tho mouth of Clear Fork all the nicest Beattyville several days the present week T ever saw in one place Died At her homo in this county a Died On the iust Hindi Taul- - few days siuce old Aunt Sally Buns b o wife of John Taulbcc Lees John Dillard Lutes of Clark county was Mie leaves two children olcUst about here several days last week thirteen months old Charley Howe of Mt Sterling was The school at this place is progressing hpre one day this wcekH I hope the people will got aroused finely There was a dance at the court house to a fconse of their duty and take moie a few nights ainqo Nottuh interest in the cause of education Horn On the 49th inst to the wife of Harrison Kingfa girl Z T King sold to J W Taulbeo ono yoko of oxen Tor G0 Judge Duncan and P D Curry are in Manufatturcis and Wholesale Dealers in our vicinity taking options on hind A few of the parties giving options are J ft WiNnn U L TerrolS K fjiulbee Sihvs Taulbeo and Elliberry Hays Prices AttD from o to 4 or acre Success to Tun TIeraid and all who read it Special Correspondent imEATinXT COUNTY One Dollar FOR AI I Â¬ m i Â¬ Â¬ We will put on sale the best value in an UNLAUNDRIBD SHIRT Ever offered in Lexington i79 ii f A White Shirt at 39 Cents Â¬ We have and can show you moro Overcoats than all the clothing houses in Lexington together and at prices that will astonish you Â¬ 1 LEADING CLOTHIERS 37tf wcwwwwiimiimg llh Lexington Ky 99mmajrtmmjmKWBnmimcTmMLiQ2uwnwMmxiu Soots br MEIfEKUC COUNTY No 611 Main Street 10 Summer St Fronclihurg Courier r vrr fandjrv Frcnchburg is destined ere long to be the Birmingham of Kentucky It is in tho Beaver Creek Valley and right on the K ec S A and has every ndva itae necessary so make her tho king depot on tht lino Besides our country abounds in rich minerals and the finest timber under thesun Mr A J Alexander of Woodford county shipped on the 11th 700 lbs of flourtn Mr H V Clark of our town for distribution to the poor people of thia county Also 400 lbs more to Mr Law rence Ponder for the same purpose is as good as any in the Our tho cliffs of Broke Leg to State railroad place aero They mako two trips a clay und tho Buttlcmcut known as Young Ureath- Â¬ connection with all daily trains on tho itt O The road now only needs one C tiobnru Walters and wife from Hod thing to mako it second to none aud Itiver near Leo City aro visiting rela Â¬ that is a passonger coach tives at this place Wo regret to learn that our efficient Drs Kash and Taulbceof Hazel Green sheriff Mr John C Day is suffering with were in town last week tho sore eyes W K Lykins preached at this Rev P T Bnrnumo Own Gift placcJast Sunday Mr P T Barnum the famous show Â¬ Born Last weok to tho wifo of Gard man from tho fact that his great story nor Wages a boy My Plucky Boy Tom has proved such W B Lykius is on a business trip to an immense success in The New York Maytown Biuivr Family Storv Paper has determined to all Upper Gkahy Jan 23 Dr W Ty prcscni tostory subscribers to that paper lasts a beautiful souvenir whiltthis GevoHon recently closed u protracted in the shape if a Portfolio This Port meeting in this vicinity Tho services illustrations of all tho wild Tfforovell attended and there was great fqllo containswill appear in his show the intorst manifested and eleven persons animals that eonjing soason Tho New York Family professed conversion Story Paper for four months and Bar Gcrge Phipps of Hod Iviver has pur quiiis Portfolio as this beautiful chase a farm of Thornton Jones of this souvenir is called will bo Bent to any Mr Jones vyiU movo to addrMa for tho small sum of 100 the community 7 i Itown county Wo mipposo Mr Pfiipps Tegular price or mo paper mm in uer- amis will imovo to his farm Wo welcome him Ulliy ail OpOIUUHty WIIIVll l nwirm v Address to our niitiit should tak6 hdvantago of26 Andrew Toliver recently married Miss arnhros Publishing House 24 MalisU Ckaney and will hereafter make Vaudewator Street New York his r4sidenco in this community An drew js a joljj follow and wo are glad to Swnngo Spring Notes huvo jliim anions us again William Kash of Missouri has writ Matriod iOa tlio- 19th infit afc tho Ipn to Ms father induw to ftMhim Tiik radsneo of the brjdofl father Btino Mc TIeraKd rt is a popular papfer and wo Nablii of yrHnu oouhtyo Miss Laura wish it great success THvfcrfiCCWTtfijiiKv Mia Jcmile Sharp who lift been quite r for ill begin Rr BJlftcWl night f preaching ill Mlwsome time is notofimproving Btick Orcotiis Ettlo Swango tho 2Gth on lha BtlHlm visiting tier graudpu Swwgo intiin4 tkirfio will be continued Louisville Ky i3ostonMass Represented by J B actv Blackburn j Nf firM-n- r- fT p f IL 4 sHlS R- - py a a fifths AND Â¬ CATARRH REMEDY Having struggled 20 yean between life and death with ASTHMA or PHTHISIC treated by eminent pbyflieisuH and receiv ing no benefit I wiis compelled daring the lust 0 years of my illness to sit on ray chair day and night cuping for breath My unf rerinqi were beyond description In despair I experimented on myself bv compounding roots and inhaling tho medicine thus obtained I fortunntely discovcrod this WONDERFUL CUKE VOW ASrilMA AND CA TAUUH warranted to relievo the mott stub born eas0 of ASTHMA IN FIVt MINUTES fo that the patient can lie down to refit and Please rend the followbleep comfortably ing condensed extracts from unsolicited testimonials all of recent date Oliver Vlt Holmes San Jose Cal writes I find tho Komedy nil aud cvon more than represented I icvclve instanlaneouN relief L M Cureon A M Warren Kan wrrtes Wtu treated by eminent physlciaus of this country nud Gerranuy trid the climate oi diflbrentStatcs nothing aQbrded relief like your preparation I U Phelps P M Griggs Ohio vrrifcn Suilbred with Asthma 40 year Your mdi ont in 3 minutes does moro for mo than the most eminent puysielan aid tor me in turce years II C Plimpton Juliet 111 writes Send Catarrh Uemody at oneo Cannot get along without it I hud it to be the tuot valuable medicine I havq ever tried Wo have many other hearty testimonials of euro or rcliofaud in order that nil suffer ors from Asthma Catarrh Hay Fever and kindred diseases mav have un opportunity of tenting tho vulno of th Kemedy wo will send to any address TRIAL PACKAGE FREE OF CHARGE If your druggist fails to cop It do not pepnlt him to sell you somo worthless Imltatiou by his representing it to be lust as good hut send directly to us Writ yournnmo and nddres plainly Co Props Addrcw J ZIMMERMAN Wholesale Druggisti Woostcr Wayae Co Ohio Pull aUe Box by mail 100 ju2y Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIRTS DBAPERY DEPARTMENT i i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Ml Lace Curtains Madras Curtains Silk Curtains Chenille Curtains Curtain and Upholstery Goods Fringes Plushes Table Covers Scarfs and TidiesLambrequins and Piano Covers to Order - iii - c p wCARMIi FURNirilRE WALL PAPER brower CO DRAPERIES AND ART GOOD Sunshink DrDunkv 3 Main and Broadway LEXINGTON KY u