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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5VMI 4 H H JIIAZJdjJu SPKNOER OOOPER Owner and Editor UrJcvJiiJcjiS J i mj f- ijf 100 A YEAH Devoted to Ute Development of Kastora Keatmeky Always In Ativan VOL III ATTORNYAT LAW v HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3 1888 ALL OVER THE WORLD IN A WEEK NO 48 rAAO W MAPEL 4 HAZEL GRKEN KY A rich vein of silver ore has Witt fcraetfoe i all the Courts of Wolfe been discovered in Spencer county Indi Peweil Mekife aad Breathitt rtnntiu title txataiaed abstract famished tax ana and excitement is at fovcr heat M paid for aon reaidesU real Mtat bought Jesse Tyson aged sixty and aAd aolfl Colleotione a peoialty Miss Edith Johns nineteen years of age were married at Baltimore lost week JOHN H EVANS HAZEL GREEN KY And Rkal Ebtatk Aqknt eoo ille Courier Journal from Mt says A Saturday special to LouisvVernon Ky Â¬ Mason about 100000 worth of mules Pulaski county shipped this A New York syndicate has In the KontuckyLegislature Friday a bill incorporating a building aad w A- - grautcd a divorce from Charles Miller at Madison Inu and fpur hours after married Iko Slater for Wolfe Reapectfually solioitU the patronage of the Several cans containing 2- tovblio and will attend promptly to all bus 000 worth of stolen watches and jewelry jaeen entrusted to hU care were found hidden in the woods near Valley FallB West Virginia T AKER BACK sol- Â¬ A resolution asking Attorneys-at-La- w diers bounties bo equalized has been adopt ed by the Ohio Legislature and forwarded A C Bakes JACKSON to Congress for its concurrence J J C Back j KENTUCKY Breath iU County is reported from Milbank Dakota thai there is not a pound of oogar 0 C LYKIN8 in the hands of dealers coal is scarce ami Agent not much prospect for a supply of citlicr County Attbrnoy Real Estate Fannie Miller was last week xmnor of Depositions county that Â¬ J It Practice in all Court la Wolfe and Ad joining Counties ad Court of Appeals Collections a especially and Notary Public C T D1 Camptok Wolfe Coukty Ky R J A TATJLBEE child born in Ilopkinsvillc Ky was buried laut week in the city cemetery He was ninety years of ago His father sold the first town tots in Ilopkinsvillc Woodwho was the first The Mayor of Lexington has revoked the license of Lells Hull as a show room on account of the lewd performances which have been recently given there It was at tliis place young Metcalfe was killed 20000 sheep perished in the recent blizzard One flock of 800 laid down in a drizzling rain the temperature fell and the flock froze as they laid The sheep mortality will result in a short wool crop Physician and Surgeon Hazel Green Wolfo County KENTUCKY It is estimated that in Texas GEO 210 W E WHITT Of Elliott Ucmnty WITH Market St LoorflviLLE KY The Mississippi Legislature Solicits the patronage of Eaitera Kentucky has passed a bill pensioning former Confcd tor Blank Books Blanks Ac eratc soldierswho aro now uuable to supIEBATT HOUSE port themselves extending the same beneÂ¬ A T Pieratt Proprietor fits to the colored servants who nttended Ezbl Uouoan County Ky them in the field and who are in a like con The house jh new and newly furnished dition tbrosghoul Fare first class and charges Thos S Gardner proprietor reasonable 8ample room furnished commercial men Good stable in conncotion of the Chicago Farm Journal formerly a and special earc taken of horses of Logan county Ky was Friday jsjfAi my store will be found a general resident500 in the United States District fined ctook of merchandise at lowest fbices Stop at ray hotel and buy goods at my Court at Chicago for a fraudulent use of atore sUyou wish to save money K the mails in conducting a lottery and gift enterprise OMBfl HOUSE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Henry Knoefel Co Through private sources intelligence reached hero today that Gen Dufficlds United States surveying party now in Bell county were hourly expecting trouble with citizens there Owing to the survey being mado strong feeling exists against the party but nothing serious resulted until a few days since when the party were waited upon in their secluded camp by a number of armed men who ordered them off their land Tho order was not obeyed but Dutlicld immediÂ¬ ately doubled tho guards at night and con Â¬ tinued work This morning news reached here that the bcligercnl citizens had sur- Â¬ rounded tho camp armed with needle guns nnd determined to dispose of the surveyors Gen Dufllcld was persistent in refusing to accede to tho demands mad upon him and the conflict is hourly expected Owing to tho remoteness of the scene nnd a dciio up on the part of residents to suppress the facts little information can be gained yet enough is known to create alarm for the safety of Dufficlds party as the boligerents have the advantage in numbers and otherwise seem determined to enforce their demands On the other hand Dufllcld is equally determined to hold his ground and as he ban good fighting timber with him if a conflict ensues it will be a bitter one Rumors are rife here that shots have been exchnnged but this can not he traced to definite sources Five men from this county arc with the par ty and much anxiety is felt for their safety Dickson of this place sends word that the party had been attacked at Camp Sloskius and several shots exchanged but no one hurt Gen Duflields party is running out some old land grants under an order from the United States Court Â¬ Court has decided adversely on the case of Brooks alias Maxwell the St Louis trunk 8 B COMBS Proprietor murderer It denies the writ of error on This is traveling public is the ground of want of jurisdiction The patronage of the respectfully solicited Table the best and Brooks last hope and it is now believed very attention for the comfort of guests that he must pay the death penalty lor the murder of Preller CAMPTON KY The United States Supreme A breach of promise suit has been filed in the Mason Ky circuit court The prosecuting witness is Mrs Josie Wood rIBB t Have looated wn zBvm keep on undtlic defendant S H Poc a photograph mi Mor- at Seal AfHvT hand a nioa line car man now at Manchester O Mrs Wood of Clocks Jew Im jan ooanty I el ry and Watches Also alinoof fine Spec is a widow and thirty years old and Poe is tacles and Eye glacses Will sell goods at a married man having a wife living Mrs cltr prices and guarantee satisfaction He Wood sues for 5000 damages A batch of pairing a specialty and work warranted love letters arc filed in tho oasc T F CARR Respectfully Ac a Hi W - a Â¬ MRS MARY NICKELLS Anson Hatfield the leader SELECT SCHOOL J The undersigned will begin school in Ezcl Morgan oounty MONDAY JAN 2 1888 which will continue fivo months and she kindly solicits a liberal patronage from all friends of education An inhuman father at Pauldi- Â¬ Faculty Mrs Mary Niokrll Oencral ng Ohio conceived a dislike to his seven Literature Mrs Anna J Fields Instrumen year old child and tried to torture it to tal Music death Ue first broke an arm then a leg TKHUB OF TUITION 6 25 then tho other arm when the mother who Prlmrry Department 7 60 Intermediate finally cnlled 8 75 had kept quiet through fear Languages Ac Ono nrm was amputated and 15 00 in a surgeon Music 1 50 Board per week the child died in a few weeks The brute States Consul at The There has been a demand for Guaymas United has Informed the State Address Ma MARY F NICKELL has just been tried and found guilty of Mexico manslaughter Tho poople of the placo a fractional ourrcuoy that would tako tho Department that four American prospectors K TUQQLE are indignant and threaten to lynch the placo of the old shin plasters for conven in the District of Montezuma in the Sierra WITH ience in mailing small amounts Postal Madro Mountains wore attacked on or about G- Co fiend notes which were oxpected to meet this de Â¬ Court of Appeals has affirm mand are not as popular as expected and the 25th ult by a baud of Apucho Indians JOBBBB8 OF and that two of the Americans J Offer and ed the case of Dick Forman convicted of tliero is a sentiment in the Banking nnd Tho other two S W Jacobs were killed killing Jerry Cravens in this city January Currency Committee of Congress that favors escaped without Injury The attacking par 1 1885 and sentenced to the penitentiary an issue of this kind of fractional currency ty consisted of four Indiuna unda whito for twenty ono years On tho first trial ForIt Is thought that a hill will be reported to man Tho troops of that section started in 97 WEST PEARL STREET 96 and for fourteen years but man was sentenced the House providing for an issue of 20000 pursuit immediately on receipt of this Infor CINCINNATI OHIO an appeal was taken and tho case was revers000 of this ourrenoy which is likely to pans mation but did not LIU or capture any of ed and the second trial resulted ns abovo bank stated It will bo remembered Forman was Dread alias TasMcKnight the Indians Deputy Marshal of this city when he killed who murdered Duke Cummings Thursday An Associated Press report Cravens in an attempt to arrest him Mt of last week in tho Indian Territory be states that tho Atchison Topekn A Santa Fe 3T STEELING KY causo ho feared Cummings would Inform on road intends purchasing 100000 bushels of Sterling Gazette him for a crime committed somo time ago seed wheat and sending it out into the wesThe wife of tho Rev Wesley Being hard press tern counties of Kansas more especially Mccks the man who was taken out of his was pursued by a poBse cd McKnight turned on them and shot and into the southwestern part of the State house at St Omor Ind and severely whip before he was brought where the farmers have suffered tho most ped br a mob about n week since for lazi killed two of the posse J M BIG8TAFF Preaident down His dead body was taken Into from last years failure of crops Tho com ness has evidently a good deal moro pluck pany will tako the note of the farmers for than ho has for sho has armed herself and Gainesville Texas W W THOMSON OaBhkr hung on the outside of her house a placard threo A special torm of tho Payette tho purchase price due In one year at transsigned byhcrsclf in which she declares circuit court began Monday to try Lucretia per cent and will charg9potbingfor l DIRECTORS that her husband shall not do a liok of Munday for tho alleged poisoning of her portation It is thought the Missouri Pa the husband In 1882 Tills case has already cost cific will do the same In 1880 the tame AWDHSW FliLXR work before next spring and that if r Knights of the Switch pay her another the State thousands oi dollars two chnagei soheme was irled and found to be reasona bly BHocessful visit they will meet with a warm reception of venue bT been gran tea already Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ the West Virginia outlaws making war on the McCoys of Pike county has been arrested and placed in jail at Pikeville There arc now ten of tho Ilatficlds in jail nnd indictments arc pending against all of them II is probable that Governor Buck ncr has had some correspondence with the Governor of West Virginia on the subject of the vendetta of loan association in Lexington was called up recently had a representative prospcoting nnd during the discussion of It Mr Note hum thought Mr Mulligan had reflected on for lead ore in Scott county Speaker Carlisle accompan- - his character very unjustlyonand in tho same Mr Mulligans reflected pnicu by his wife and n lady friend are re- Â¬ indirect manuor Mulligan character Mr aroio to reply and cuperating nt Fortress Monroe ho aud Nccdham indulged In some very A farmer in Vermont made a sarcastic cross firing and brought tho Ilosae net profit of 4050 lroni the produce of a sin- Â¬ up to tho very highest pitch of cxoltoment gle turkey hen during tho present season Nccdham said that Mulligan had misunder Associated Press dispatches stood him and hat if bo Mulligan would stnto that the heaviest snowstorms for years withdraw his remarks ho Nccdham would prevailed inNcwIInmpshireMainoand Ver withdraw his Mulligan said Shako old fellow and they Bhook hands over what mont lost wcok looked like at ono time would bo a bloody A Springfield Ohio preach- Â¬ chasm nnd everybody went homo In a good er is named Summcrhcll If he dont make it Id humor without thu hill being passed pretty hot for his congregation then theres the Scuats the following bills wero passed nothing in a name Bill incorporating tho Louisville Hardins The value of the live stock in burg nnd Western Railway Company Bill tho United States is 1276600190 which is making May 30th in each year a legal holi more than tho combined value of the stock day Bill incorporating the Mnyfield and of all other countries Lynnvillc Gravel Road Compnny in Graves Hacr- - county Bill authorizing tho Secretary of The race stable of B His largest win State to furnish Wolfo county with Court of gin won last year 101752 Bill ner was Firenzi bay filly threo years old by Appeals reports and other books 2 1380 amending section 131 Civil Code providing Gleuelg dam Florida who won involving Joint Bowling Green and two oth- Â¬ that plaintiffs in certain suits out of court on obligations shall uot bo put er negroes were nrrcstcd tried and bound to over to the Boyle circuit court for the mur- account of failure to show all the parties the defense to bo properly beforo the oourt der of Wm Whitecotton nt Danville Ky Bill fixing the salary of tho Judges of the Owen Davis a clerk in the Court of Apealsat 5000 per annum pay Adams Express office at Paris Ky eloped ablo every month The resolution protestto Aberdeen Ohio with Mies Pnttie Alexau ing ngninst the Blair Educational bill by der a daughter of Charlton Alexander nnd tho United Statas Congress passed by a vote were married Friday of 21 to 8 The bill to appropriate 20000 was Friday to defray the expenses of making a Kenincarccrnted in the Knnsas penitential y for tucky exhibit at the Louisville and Cincin three years for attempted wife murder and nati Expositions was called up but was laid Tho Governor sent up for a with a prominent mer Â¬ along and a him was his wife in trying to over for further discussion ho had appointed E E Pcnroc reported that half for perjury chant of Golden City Arkansas was foully year Mayor of Maysvillo as provided by tho shield her husband murdered Friday by OscnrCoulter who rode Â¬ charter of said city and tho appointment Col Bennett H Young purc- was confirmed The resolutions looking to up to Macys store and shot him to death seven years ago Coulter wns a fugi- hased a pair of turkeys from near Oregon tho About improvement of tho Kentucky River by tive from Walker county Georgia where Woodford county and shipped them to a Mr the General Government and requesting The gobbler weigh he was wanted for burning a school house Iloyt of Philadelphia Kentuckys Senators nnd Representatives in Macy learning that n reward wus offered ed fortyt four and the hen twentyfour pounds Congress to urgo the completion of works for him arrested him At the time he making tho weight of tho pair sixty eight ulreudy begun on that river were taken up swore he would kill Macy He was con- pounds nnd on motion of Mr McKco unanimously victed nnd sent to the penitentiary but suc A Sunday special to the Cinc- Â¬ adopted Mr Pieratt had leave to report a ceeded in gaining his freedom before the innati Enquirer from Lexington Ky says bill amending an act providing for the expiration of his time Friday morning he The Lexington Company of State Guards Breathitt county court to build a court committed the murder and mudc his escape has been under nrms all day and awaiting house and provide payment therefor Pass but officers went in pursuit and will likely orders from Frankfort to go to Pike county ed arrest or kill him The murderer is nearly to assist the authorities to quell the Hatfield About 200 worth of lumber seven feet high McCoy feud Adjutant General Hill will go belonging to the First Methodist church An amusing decision was re- Â¬ up to that county tonight was burned on tho 11th inst Tho Inmbcr cently rendered by the Webster county A Washington man whose wns being dried at tho time nnd suddenly court of Georgia Elijah Carnes wns selling wife is awny on a visit wrote to her the burst into flames and burned go rapidly that out for the purpose of moving to Texas and other day and added ibis stanza which he none of it could be saved The lumber wns among his stock was a fine herd of cattle meant in good spirit but which is likely to to have been used in the construction of a Mr Carnes owed considerable to the mer- raise a row church in the new part of the town The chants in Preston and one of them attach If absence makes the heart grow fonder loss is a severe one to tho congregation ed the cuttle Mrs Carnes appeared as And dibtanco makes the dear ono dear Major Warren with a corpso of pole crccters claimant of the herd and stutcd that while I pray thee do not cease to wander and wire stretchers is at work between Cor Mr Carnes wns courting her ho was not And Btay away at least a year bin and Bnrbonrvillc putting up the Went able to present her with an engagement telegraph An Australian visited this cm Unionconnected bylines nnd wlllhavc ring and in lieu thereof he presented her wire with tho wiry fall and purchased some stock Pincvillo with a yearling heifer This engagement State last tho railroad is open he returned home ho has written to world by tho time offering grew aud multiplied and thu result Since McDowell of Fayette oounty to Deputy United States Marshal of Harlan is the herd of cattle which is the bone of Joseph 10000 worth of bumble bees to Court House passed through town this contention The Judge awarded the cattle purchase assist in growing clover in that country The wcok having in cbargo Green Howard for to tho lady Frankfort Capital says if he will tako them violation of tho reveiuo laws Pinoville There resides at Coatsvillea in the field as corn is sometimes sold that Messenger small village in Hendricks county Indiana he can be supplied From the Courier Journal of a gentleman named Jacob Hundy who is we clip tho very latest the countyKy wants Gove- Â¬ Tuesday McCoy war and hopo tho about may Pike somewhat of a curiosity being quite eccennews Buckncr to send troops there to pre- Hatfield tric in his habits and manner of living He rnor natfiolds of West Virginia from bo correct That paper says Nows come has been married three timos is eighty vent the murdering all the McCoyB they can find ull the way from Pike by tho way of Char nine years old a Democrat and the father while Logan county V Va wants Govern- leston W Vnjthnt tho natfiolds and MoCoya of forty five children forty three sons and or Wilson to order out a battalion to guard have dhmandoncd their respective forcer two daughters The oldest child is sixty utter extermination by and gone back to the peaceful pursuits of aud it is thcHatfields from five and the youngest two yen McCoys In the meantime good and tho mountaineer who huvo no desire to said all are living It is doubtful whether the peuceublc people everywhere are wonder draw bead on a fancied foo Gov Wllso another individual lives who has such a recing why tho Sheriffs of these two counties has ordered his urmy to disperse and we ord as Mr Bundy Tho old gentleman is are not doing thctr duty by arresting these may grateful remark that white winged still quite spry for one of his years and brawlers who arc doing so much to injure pence gets in her work Let tho mountain gets about with seemingly as much case as men maintain it and in the olassio language their respective States his oldest child of Mr Darin wo may be happy yet Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JRBichardson Â¬ Â¬ EPMaoy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ P Ringgold Â¬ Boots and Shoes traders deposit Â¬ Â¬ Advcntists aro in a stato of great rcligioBM excitement They believe that tho final consummation of all earthly matters is olos at hand nnd huvo discarded all their Jew- elry Recently at a meeting 3000 was turned into tho church in cosh and 2000 in jewelry Tho latter will be sold to th ungodly nnd tio money given to tho estab lishing of missious in Switzerland Norway England South Africa and Australia Â¬ At Battlo Crook Mich the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ville Term six of tbe nine members being Democrats Friday elected Rov J C Law- roncc a colored man to fill the unexpired term of Mayor elect Condon on tho Board of Education Lawrence Is a Republican aad his appointment was mado as a token of re spect to tho colored people who voted Dem Â¬ ocratic in tho rcocnt municipal eleotlen Â¬ Tho City Council of Knox- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ arrested in Clark countyKy and fined fMf by tbo United Stales Couri at Covington far sending obscene leilers througbt the mill has been released from jail Hannibal Jordan who wn Â¬ Chaa C WhiYo editor of FleadngsbsiK Ky DMert fa UrtJ thtV tarMlri tmmswiMBm wmvwmamtxJKmwi ifc - i iiw u i i gl I - iJLJi I aai 1 - i ir M nw Hazel GiiEEN Herald It am afraid of tho cark and of ahn so uro you If you would unbend your martial bearing and own IU spooko selves I sr i1 In tho llctenmg attitude which twenty four houra had con firmed to a ha it Ptux KENTUCKY nut iu tho school houso and waited for HAZEL GREEN Thorney All tho scats wero empty but ridges of dust arouild tho bottom of the BABYS desks and clay tracks on the floor showed A babys lips aro charms comploto wliero young restless feet had been A Liko red roRO blooniB tho brown bcO alps Hum iu fractions remained upon tho blackFor loros bent klsn what 1b moro meet board Tho lire was dying In the gray and Than babys lips elderly stove which seemed to deny having In Mroots past whoro tho bluo sky dips ever indulged iu red hot iltn of roaring t Vbcro Angola coiiRrcKato and Krcct when wind and snow beatoutsido A barky Doth aught theso earthly joys ecllpso odor camo from the wood box and from It Dow lutlcn toward tho light ntul heat also crept out a mouso to smell at eruipbs No scented bloom its calyx ullps dropped at noon Perhaps Pha bes moving In all tho world could muko more sweet A baby s lips a hand perhups the appalling dreariness of tho hchool hoUBO Interior terrified tho MA babys cheek whero beauty bloomR mouse and it flushed back in a gray streak And bright smiles play ut hide and seek Homebodys cow iu tin- woodn ivmiuded by Pis Iluavchly splendor which lllumot associations of sad experience ih her life A babys ohock uttered a mellow plaintive lowing Feet ra Its sweutness blesses still tho meek Its Innocence tho wlckod dooms sho filed and bumped Uoii the stop then Its magic maketh strong tho weak Thorney White brought them in and straight Old age that droops amongst tho tombs to tho wood box whoro he stood digging i Grows young again however bleak tho mud olf by scraping his heels across the To kiss what Heaven itself perfumes boxs edge us if this wero the object of his A bubys check cntrunvc Phcnbu came down the aide and took hold of his arm The unshuttered win iA babys word akin to tears Bo newly coined doth blessings gird dows threw plenty of light around them it For every humun heart that hears was not yet five oclock m A babys word Thorney guvo a pettish jerk and continued The most melodious fcong of bird digging with his heels Hho stood patiently The freedom of tho spring that cheers aside Hearch as sho might sho could never Wus noorso fondly sweetly heard find comfort or support in his face yet sho From mens great songs wo turn our ears could not bring herself to guide und control Though bo our souls sublimely stirred him with moro firmness than tenderness For tho sweet sounds thut most endaars A babys word In tho secret folds of her heurt sho owned ho was a mortification and a pain but be A babys laugh so clear and true ing her brother be ought to huvo an average Is real and not cheat and chaff struck between them and be endowed with No hollow mockory running through half of her abilities A babys laugh You arent cross to night aro you It Is a feast with more than half A nectar made of lire and dew Thorney said Phoebe Which satiutes ull athirst who quart Thorney responded that he didnt see no Souls feel new hope and courage new sense iu leaving his work to run at her beck Sustains them us a dual start and call For Heaven is hoard by listening to I didnt want you to leave your work I t A babys laugh would have waited till your work wan Children In Current Ilufi done Thorney growled that his work was never done He didnt have folks taking hiin to parties ho couldnt drive around big and proud and keep his brother u hoophig it Oh said Phobe with an accent of quiet WOMANS WORK OF LOYE AND DUTY despair Thanes been with vou hasnt hef Yes ho bus growled Thorney And BY HAHY IIABTWELL GATHERWOOD ho took my tin whistle from me STElIIEJI CHAQUr O DOOM AUTIIOIl Ol Thorney he didnt got your money OOTiinin Tin Lorn Mans He did too lie mado me bring out nil Gauin and Otiibu Stoiues my wages And he took my tin whistle sulked Thorney grieving for the instrument CopyrlgMed istrr ly the A X Kelloyrj Xewtpa with which ho imitated birds iu the woods ptr Company Many an hour when Thorney should have been chopping ho sat upon u CHAPTKK IV CONTiNiini fence or tho high limb of u felled 4I v These pHcfl of old clot hen look like tho tree and piped after his fashion us heartily wreck of generations And thats what as Pan thcynro Theres oven my uncles dressing-Thane dont how to gown tho one I told you about who ran sniffed Thorney know ho mudo work it it mo give but mvuy See said Psycho spreading out tho palm pattern ho burnt these holes with up to him Phcuho looked at him collapsing on his somo chemical stuff they tell that ho was wonderful at chemistry Of course it was own muscles iu abject helplessness and at allbcforo my time and it doesnt seem as if herselfyou Do think wo shall ever get away I ever had such an uncle Hut theres bis from it Thorney pieturo hanging over your head Getaway from what Phoebe stood up to look at it It was in From all of it Thane is so miirh stouter oiIh and showed tho prolllo of u young niuii and older than we are And ho knows how to make us do things wo bate to do Wo ought to huvo some chance frowned Youve got chance enough I wish T could sot around and Thorney draw big wages And go to parties Why dont they invito me to their parties de manded Thorney iu sheepish sullenuess shaking his bead at tho wood box Yes why dont tbeyf said u voice be neath ono of the window sashes which bo gan to go up with many a shuddering re Â¬ monstrance and jar of glass Tho man who had met Phojbo in tho woods propped tho susb with a stick and leaned on his arms so as to bring head and shoulders within the room opposite Thorney And me too y Hut my lady there has a way of putting her Â¬ iiiiiiiiu self above you and me Thorney Hho Only would like to shake us altogether she cant No said Phoebe all tho repollaut forces In her body roused by tho sight of him Wo never can bo rid of him Thorney Look at his hair getting gray and lie has robbed us of moro hopes than be lias hairs 4 1MICKIIC STOOII UP TO LOOK ATlT lu his head Ho has carried our names into with clustering hair and a rcsoluto east of prisons ho has tried to drag us into wick Â¬ edness lam scarcely moro than u little features which yet expressed melancholy Ho was painted that way on account of girl but I feel old ami lifo wom when I look 4 Ids mouth explained Psycho Thoro wus at you Thano White And ho wont and took my tin whintle something dreadful tho mutter with it yt said Phoobo with said Thorney adding his climax huvo seen him I Heo here said Thano his facial spasms slowly worded conviction in full pluy Hefore proceeding he took opt J Miss Fuwcett gazed ut her v Do you know that I have ulways lived In a 1piece of tobacco and worried it fiercely to have dropped fear of thut mans coming buokf Not on Last night alongwouldnt uu understanding give men stake you accouut of tho money but because I should my lady bud as 1 needed it bo scared to death by such a horrid queor said Phuibc So you robbed Thorney creepy rotation If ho over does como I with scorn ItaliaU hldo on a closet shelf in my room uud Took what was my own by rights cor- Â¬ keep my bunds tight over my oyes rected Thano giving his tobacco a Html Sho clasped her hands over her eyes and which ho rhcobe laughed aloud but suddenly changed wrench after mo mean put it iu11his iMckot Hut I pass over You treated expression Tho curtntns of a window bo- wliile You Psycho woro so urranged that they all that U youll divide upI aftor seo hind what you always wero smart and can Jqft u triunglo of glass iu which tho light now If you will Im mum ir not full Through this sho saw Painter aro up to 1 did stooping forward to look Into tho room Tho you wont aint takln any such pains to shaggy board reached his eyes Ho moved help you on said Phoebe I know what you mean kid oyes from tho trartruit to look nt Phoebe hor faco suddenly covered with pallor us him contlu jHi 3onigtunos I dream nbout Hut ued Miss 1nwcott coming buck of nights with u mask of strange features In at tho windows Ilod bo just understand ut once that an honorable man to staro ttho man to ghost around and muko ones cun offor nothing but pitying kluduetslo Hour sister hair riso Ive gotu strong purchase on you and Look thoro I whispered Phoebe stretch you know It said tho convict smiling in u gono Ing out hor hand Hut hos whatever ypu of Psycho dropped her bunds and flow with succession do facial spasms to get married I want you intend to guest w a fulut scream to hold around her Tliornoy and mo needs a rich brother-in-laa my ph whut did you seo ono right behind If you wont get murried Ill have to tako buck Thorney with mo Dont mind said Fhonbo forming hor said Oh no youd never do that lipslo laugh Thats only tho second vision Phcubo lowering hor voice defiantly Ivo seen through a window this evening Oh yos I would Id do just that My Dut whut wus iff Misa Fuwcett palula-I ought to have a young hair it turnln tatocl who Uvea nlouo bund in training for my old ago Youvo Just Painter tho man dragged him uround at your apron string up tho hills too long anyhow Now seo here Thorney Ho Is harmless of him iVOH IVo Jiontxl lnokincr III I1 Thano ehowed rapidly at his tobacco jerked fftntho ih ho t nrt l0W sorrowful his eyes bin head us low us the wtmlpw fdll und inmy9 stantly reappeared with ono cheek distend Â¬ IwcmJ11 to Itavo him mado sorrpy ed hero stands your sister and hor fUio I should love pL suld Ilss Payvcott ruluxliifr her libtlonn aboutlionor uud honesty that shes vieiicwrtlilfoiprwitrg nrouud liorauml tUr always preached at you Hut has sho dopo any thlugjor youl pleop tor a weukj mut- Â¬ Sho nover took my tin whistle ItjalglU bo I UPglncd It said Phcimo tered Thorney Thli Id iin uuluoUy ilcht for mu to look out Hlastyour tin whlstlol I only took it to of w1dw muko you follow me round You listen to ImUi Tt rfectly silly pronounced Wo I Wm Vwdfiif shut awuy hero by our mo uud youll got your tin whlstlo back und Â¬ t Â¬ FEKOEU COOrEIl 1uMlshcr ciiApi m v A Brothers Keeper stake-and-rider- ed 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 -- 1 f w 1 Â¬ miawlrlmt i 1 M A Unlverhul flphN inlo Cuuitod How it Thorney doggedly acknowledged IiIb in- Â¬ May Do Avoided juries Typhoid lever rages everywhere Jo away burst out Phuibc and lot too Whorovor cities uro depondnnt upon riv Mrs Marker is not t Hiking about mo the Ijoy alouo You aro only trying to tor Â¬ ers or streams for their drinking water ment me through hTtn You shant harm Hvery body is How can they help it f tho fevor ntgcu violently Throughout tho him They eant help it replied Phicbc I want to do him good No said Thane bearing her head enct and undisturbed into entiro Southwet and Northwest tho wells You seo its herself always und you and me privacy There alio hid it- - Undor her bed Â¬ uro low tho water is of very poor quality counted out Thorney When yotiro as old clothes kneeling by tho bed and clenching and hero also tho fever ragos Tho authorities of Albany Now York as I am shell want to drop you altogether the mattress with her teeth whllo sho Chicago Cincinnati St Louis Philadelphia like sho does me Her program tnos work stormed and sobbed nlouo for you and easy times for my lady VU Thnt day however sho prepared hflr noto and other largo cltlea aro wa mine tho peo- f olo uot to drink tho water without llrst mnko your fortune for you for Mr Harker saying boillng it to kill tho malarial und typhoid Now youre gittln it down to a fine You knew when you got mo this school germo J-point remarked Thorney with a cunning Mr Darker that 1 was a girl without f rindn Buroly a winter of malaria and typhoid grin and you vouched for my character Thoro Why doesnt he make hto own fortune Is a soro truth hi my mind and l know great will ill preparo oiikvpooplo to cueouutor a summer of cholera demanded Phoebe iunteul of const untly tales are going around the neighborhood Cholera and typhoid and malarial fovers stripping us f An far back as Thorney and lean remember Tliorueys expression changed to blank Thane White our older brother has been a can all bo provontod by simple rulos of life and open mouthed doubt Ho could grasp criminal Many icople huvo boon kind to and theso rules ahould bq studied by every but ouo idea at a time and his feeble me or I could never have got on and kept one Theso diseases aro symptoms of a low hold on that kept bin head moving like u Thorney out of his hands e livod any way stato of tho system produced by tho vitiat-Â¬ ball betwixt these two moro powerful nat we could and iu many places Once I was ed blood ures Tills blood is mado impure bocuuso of tho nurse to some children in u nice family and You ought to bo enjoying lfe contin Â¬ the lady taught me almost liko a daughter Impurities in tho drinking water theso imued Tliane instead of chopping and dig until Thane as usual shadowed me and purities being deadly poisons which paralyze ging for a living You ought to know drove me off by attempting to make a thief of the norvo action of tho kiduoyn and liver where gold watches and full pockot books Tliornoy Thorney was near me When theso blood purifying orgztiB aro pui grow and youve wit enough to got ut thorn The boy is not as bright at work boys but alyzcd then tho natural wasto of tho body as somo if somebody guvo you a fow hints tho uric livid accumulates u tho blooti ho is ull my family and he likes me 1 could Ho gets it down to a iino point said not have him turned wicked and Thanes and fever can uot bo prevonlc l until this Thorney challenging Phoebe deeds arc more liorribio than I can tell At excess of urie avid has been removed Look into my eyes Thorney Tho grcatost necessity of everyday lifo h sho said first I pitied Thane and tried to help him He attempted to do so but his gaze sank Ho always took our earnintrs ho wants pure wuter Two thirds of orofl bod- - is before her bluing earnestness Did he them yet I dont feel kin to him 1 could mado up of water If tho walor wj drink is ever do any thing for us but get us into let all my blood run out if that would free Impure then how can wo l Jpo to escape trouble Huvo we not learned what we mo from the relationship didcased conditions know in spite of him Havent wo always It is impossible Tho stomach liver and Thano has followed us hero It doesnt been happiest and safest when he was in seem any uhe to run from him and he has kidneys can not purify polluted water Is it likeiv that ho will over be dif-Â¬ all the advantage when 1 turn on him Some cautious people resort to tho filter prison ferent Tlfbro is nothing ahead of me young as I for purifying this water but oven tho filter Thorney now challenged Thuno with a am because he cun reach out and spoil docs not remove this poison for water of tho wag of tho head whatever I do I have thought over thefo moat deadly character may pass through Me gittin down ton flue point he re- things until they break me down May I this filter and become clear yet tho poison disguised is there marked como to your house and ask advice of Mrs t You and I must stand by each other They who use illtcraknow that they must Harker and you f Though there is talk iu What have I in the world but you Tliornoy the neighborhood I can not help feeling you becomo renewed ut regular periods for 1 have enough to bear without your desertare both friendly toward me He was iu even though they do not take out all tho im- Â¬ ing me tho woods the evening I took supper with parity they soon becomo foul I aint a desertin Now in liko manner tho human kklncys you said Thorney you If you can send somo word to the dropping lis head with a distressed pucker school house I shall be as I have been this act as a illtcr for tho blood and if tjcy are of the mouth year past yours grateful for many kind- filled up with impurities and become foul liko tho filter all tho blood iu the system Hung to tho apron string sonny ex nesses Pmian Uiiiti horted his other mentor at the window This message was intrusted to the hands coursing through them becomea bad for it is Thorney menaced him with a slowly of a boy who could not road script and who now a com eded fucttbuttiic k iaeya aro tho You aint givo up my tin as a reward for his service was delivered chief means whereby tho bkwd is purlled clenched list whistle yet any way from school an hour before dismissal He Theso organs aro filled witb thousands of Ill blow on it when I want you said lived near Mr Markers houo and was hair like tubei which drain f lu impurities Thane removing his elbows from the win- ehaiyod not to lay the paporout of his bands from tho blood as tho sower pipes drain dow sill Im staying round the neighbor- until Mrs Darker should receive it lrom impurities from our houses hood and Ill neo you both again Keep uu him at her door and bis delighted heels If a sewer pipo breaks under tho house ear open for that whistle Thorney at lirst spurned tho dead leaves with true tho sewage escapes into the oarti and fills Tho window glais again shuddered and zeal Hut ho saw Painter tramping along the house with poisonous gas so if any of clinked as he drew down the sasli He the edge of the hollow and being a boy he thothousand and ono littlo iialr llko Bcwer paused a moment and laughed through the could not help feeling the leaf mold for a tubes of tho kidneys break down tho entiro patched pane at them a puttied crack con- chip stick or stone and having found a body is affected by this awful poison It is a scientific factlhat tho kidneys havo tributing to the distortion of his face shrunken walnut whized it after tho herAfter lie disappeared Phoebe cowered mit Painter turned so tho boy wus few nerves of sensation and consequently down in a seat with her heud bowed obliged to dodge behind a tree and skulk discaio may erlst in those organs for a long What ails you inquired Thorney star Â¬ from one tree to another iu following up his time and nt be tittjitctctl by tho individual ing suspiciously You aint afraid o game lor lie was not the boy to turn his It is impossiblo to filter or taka tho death Tliane aro you back in the midst of sport Other shrunken out of tho blood when tho loOdt derangePhoebe shook her head without lifting it walnuts thumped the ground about Painter ment exists in these organs aad if the I aint said Thorney stretching out his or pelted him right heartily Ho concluded blood is not filtered then tho uric aeid or arm to feel the muscle He aint no man to como after hia assailant so just as tho kidney poison removablo only by Wurner a beside of me 1 wont lot him hit you liko boy laid the note down to break a promising snfo cure accumulates in tho nystom and ho used to And blame if he aint got to clod into handy chunks the 3 buggy man attacks any organ producing nino out of ten wont stand it towered directly ovor him He was away ailments just as sewer gas and bad drain Â¬ give that tin whistle up Ho took my tin whistle Thano did an like a darting hornet The note out of age produce so many fatal dl u dors Kidney disease may bo kuawu to exist if nounced Tliornoy in a way calculated to hand was out of mind until Barkers cabin there is any marked departure from ordi-Â¬ appealed to both memory and invention iintaess his sister by tho startling news She took her wrap from its nail near the and the boy spent the rest of his homeward nary health without apparent known cause water bucket and stopped to look at her journey building a plausible tale about the and it should be understood by oil that tho greatest peril exists and ii intensified if liquid reflection documents fute You no accouut wretch Plunbe nit still after the last pupil was thero is tho leant neglect to tre itit promptly said Phoobo to the faco thus meeting bur from some lower gone dreading to go homo Perhaps sho with that prt cat bpeoific Warners sufo cure you cant do any thing but stare hoped Mr Durker might come to her di- Â¬ a remedy thathas received tho Ifighcst rec world up from the pit you arc in rectly on tho receiptor her message and ognition by scientific men who havethor That whibtlo cost me a quurtcr of a dol- Â¬ when the school house door opened it was oughly Investigated tho character of kidney lar rurniiiaUd Thorney bitterly this momentary expectation which lit hor derangements Tho liver when deranged immediately Ho comforted about it Thorney said eyes and left them as suddenly as lilo dies announces the fact by saliow skin const liis sister laying her head against his arm from a spark McArdle tiptoed in Wo will surely get our whistles back yet His pale skin had taken an eager glow patvd bowels coated tonguo and headaches Tliane never took none from you from tho exercise of walking up hill Ilo but tho kidney when discased Brugglos au gave her a propitiating smile and came for- forn long time and the fact of its disease He hii3 not loft me even a penny whistle can only bo discovered by tho aid of tho m Thorney to ainuso myself with since you ward removing his glove croscopo or by the physician who is skillful I came here instead of seeing you at tho uud 1 were little children in house said McArdle because I have enough to traro tho most indirect effects orÂ¬ UIAPTKK VI tho system to tho derangement of these something very particular to say Tho spring days succeeded one another in gans as the prirao euuse Sit down responded Phubo patiently monotony There was change going on in Thank you I prefer to stand said Mo- the earth and tho buds swelled largo upon Tun counterfeiter no matter whoro ho m goes is seldom well lodged tho trees though scarcely a flush of green At loust it is believed that wherever ho lu ha hs bad even in the awakening lichens showed it- Â¬ quartern Jtonton Courier self through tho woods Phuibo felt another change growing A Gcnorul Tio Up around hor Sho was at llrst so alert lor of all tho means of public couveyaucn m a Thanes expected footstep that tho meaning large city even for a fow hours during a of whispers in hor school hints from Handy Btnko of tho employes means a general Thompson and the silences of Mrs Holmes paralyzing of trade aud industry for tho quite escaped her He did not appear Her tlmo being and iB attended with an enorbreath by degrees grow freer and she mous aggregato loss to the community How much more serious to the individual turned again to the simple pleasure of ox Vn tho general tio up of his systeni known as islenco to llnd they woro taken from her constipation and duo to tho strike of the most If she coaxed Toddles to rock on her hip Important organs for moro prudent treat Â¬ Mrs Holmes had an errand with him out of ment and better care If too lontr neglect tho room Her host looked at her with a ed a tornid or sluggish liver will prodtico puzzled expression and stinted his usual serious forms of k dnuv and liver diseases cordiality She met Adam and Mono Suy Smalarial trouble and chronic dvspepsia Dr oucoor twice and their curious insolence riercos lleasant rurgativo reiioia aro a preventive and cure of thcuo djsorders brought lire Into her eyci They are prompt sure and offvtlvo pleasant There were such silences at table that to take and iositivcly harmless her food choked her It was no loi gcr Hardyn pleasure to wait on tho pretty It is tho shop plo thnt of ton f urnlshon tho croaturo whom alio considered such a child pleoo thut pasHuth understanding uq Alia AcitU r a and to sit iu Phmbos room when every California body else wan iu bed telling neighborhood i Iurrru to stan n iu svii Ko one wanted her to do any A rd to leaning one arm on her desk traditions Nothlnc Without It fttlug and thing for him An invisible circle of sep resting Ida rigid foot And that too in tho shape of tho heart- Â¬ tho plattoim utoii aration was drawn around her Twice sho burn most abominable of a lilies after You are looking rather used up IU inrouic form walked to tho furm houao whoro Thorney Phubo sat back in her chair She had eating ifinindigestion in Neither if it has has you its clutches wui hired to make sure that no hurm hail never before noticed how personally un expect immunity from bilious Â¬ befallen him and enjoy his unthinking pleasant Milton McArdle could be Slio did can you longconstipation ness and its pleasing col- Â¬ Ciimpauioushii Mrs Holmes spent an aft- Â¬ not liko his condescending kindness ami leagues tho hideous trio viplug each with ernoon with Miss 1awcett and brought not objected to his long neck and exaggerated each to rendor yoiu Ufo moro miserable the slightest message from ouo girl to tho lowor lip Andv it amused hor that slid in Get Hostetters Stomach Utttora nt onco other And I liked hor o thought Phoebe her position could afford to bo so fastidious insist upon the genuine In guuis and ue it with rationul persistence And she wan so kind to me Hurley I apprehend MUs Phuebe saiil Mc called ami Mrs Holmes gently dovoted her- Ardlev that iiirley has been Haying sumo Also whatever thing to you about me If you would Kceuro a fresi share of Ufa self to his entertainment latent solicitude she felt fur her distant Phubos smile became positive and lie Beck the fresh air Tixm bifilni cousin Milton McArdle nowbecumo active hastened to confess with virtuous precision His readings with Phoobo were in somo way Srnnrv Changes of Weathor causo Throat I do not douy that I may huvo romurkca Diseases Thero is no moro effectual rem overruled Sho stayed much hi her own something of tho sort room When sho camo out sho carried You huvo been remarking too havo edy for Coughs Colds etc than Hnowstf bold only in butts Hiionviiiu herself with helplesa defiance you said Phoebe her faco suttling buck Priu3 25cts Tuocuta I will go to Mr Darker she roholvcd into qulot iKtllor lying uualduit night crushed under her inHut it was because explained McArdle by An Irish wako usually visible oad and tell hint all about Thauc intent on his own nhjecti I apprehended it a upreu do corpse is says thn oharnctorlsntl Wiuhmjtoit Untie Ho uiuj nayo mercy on mu Im not wanted would bo bettor for the present for us tohero to conceal Ir alllicted with Roro Eves uso Dr Ijaao TIkvqb tulk goln round the neighbor TO lIH CONTfNTljil Thompson Kyo Water Druggets ool iliiOc hood Uandy roluctanlly volunteered once When the girls faco touched hsr Talk had OisKiivTiONs have led to tho knowledge ty reckoned girl with the nuver gone uround tho neighborhood iibout that animals of all kinds havo a mode iV abTun lowout figure highest hat tho Wwjliota herself and this enabled her to state tho hclf treatment for various affections For fact Hpvoroly tho removal of parasites clay or dust is vn d i Ir you want to bo cured of a cough us Yos I aupposo thoro Is cald Phoobo ami m fovei tt uutk airy places are bought Halos Houoy of Horehouud and Tur D mt you carol demanded Uandy tho diet Is restricted and water Is freely In Pikes Toothache Drops Curo in ono minute Would my curing stop IU dulged hi tertuin grasses and herbs are V might stop somo things known also to occupy a prominent place iu HKHE is a groat deal of blow about th I dont think would said Ihcebe tho pharmacopoeia ol tho bruto creation signal Kcrvico officers ioifca VoiU Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tho cash to buy plenty moro Dont you huvo to work hard for very little money I Randy fixed hor oyo In dlninay upon so caoo harder cd r porrou Folks jjnt like tho looks sho furthor rovoulodi Mrs Harlfor slio recti him DEADLY DRINKING WATEni K Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ vimffdyMPSt m Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ - v Yi -- 1 Â¬ ibi fe JZ JUt mJt W u --ra - i lii jjflLj TrpTP HAZEL GEEBN HERALD BlBNCBR COOPER Xubtahor IAZEL GREEN WOA - KENTUCKY UACK BALL BERRY GEE r Woa bach Horry rco thar won-a-a- t TIs tljf backwoods youth wo hour In the tnornlni bright and clear Talking to lils off sldo atoor Sometimes loud and sometime low Wont back Hull roc Horry woa a Jlarly when tho sunn Jlrnt Ilht Splashes red on tho inountulu holnt When the frobt Bloams lu the air And blink wth brlht oyos everywhere The youth is up the oxen fed And soon they re hitched to cart or sled J orth to the woods wo see him ro And sometime loud and sometimes low Gee Hall woa IJerry woa al We hear him Night and noonday In his eye Mingle dark and brilliant dye On his cheek no hlgn of caro Hoitth alone exhibits thore Showing that his jjood rleh blood constant flood Items ot Jo No deep pallor over lliiKors Showing mnrliH of Briefs cold llncra And Ambitions deep sot glow Neer has drven oer his brow VVliitc his thoughts are light and cherry Oft he speaks to Hall and Horry Sometimes loud undsometlmo i low Woa back Hall gee Horry woa-a-a Good honveus If sho had not kiown and Inattentive tho oporator was on it what tm awful loss of life thorc tho day that tho groat scientific enter would have boon It was very caro prise was finished No wonder she loss iu tho superintendent to follow was disturbed Would tho now line our train iu a reckless manner work Would hor littlo battory be said You fool bettor my dear strong enough for such a groat cir- Â¬ tho president cuit Would John bo able to closo It Yes sir thank you Im sure Im Tho poople bogau to assoinble for tho thankful I know John I mean the train The clock pointed to tho hour engineer was coming for Its arrival You can not bo more grateful than Suddenly with startling distinct- Â¬ wo aro to you for averting such a ness the boll rang cloar and loud iu disastrous collision tho echoing room With a cry of de- Â¬ Im suro I am pleased sir I never light sho put on her hat and ran iu thought tho tolograph liasto out upon tho platform She paused abruptly Tho whistle broke loud and clear on the What tolographP cool crisp air and 59 appeared Id rather not tell sir round tho curve In tho woods Tho Hut you will tell us how you know splendid monster slid swiftly up to tho engine was coming her foot and paused Wo ought to know iu order to re Â¬ to ward you properly Perfect John perfect It works a charm She put her hand iu a gesturo of re- Â¬ With a spring sho reached tho fusal and was silent The prosldout cab and sat down on tho firemans and directors consulted together and two of them came to her and briefly seat Blessed if I could tell what ho was said they would be glad to know how He sho had been mado awaro of tho ap Â¬ going to do said the tireiuan It was singular how nbsont mlndod MENTAL TRASH Are FOR BOYS WALKING DRESSES Ah Kxport Tolls How Hommtlnnnl Stories Tho writing of fiction for the young has boeomo an important branch of literature said an old writer whoso charming stories have tickled a generation of young people lut Together told mo about it Awful bright Idea proaching danger Well sir if John is willing toll you Iliek and loilh ho hourly goe While ntlll deeper Is tho rose On his frc h and round young check As his thoughts an imauo seek Image of a dark eyed girl Who has bound him with a curl of her sweet face As he Ih See him quickly Increase hu paco Hul the cattle never dreaming Of the impulse in him teeming Still continue rather slow Till reminded with a blow You see ho laid tho poker on tho tondor-brako there and it hit tho troe 1 saw tho wires touch slam and It was just prime But tho happy momonts sped and groaned and slowly departed 59 whilo Kato stood on tho platform hor face wreathed in smiles and white I will John Mills tho ouginoor was called and ho came cap in hand and tho cu tiro company gathcrod round in tha put hor hand on Johns grimy arm and said Thoy Shall I tell them John Jt saved their wish to know about it lives they say And mine too said John rovor You had better tell them or cntly let mo Sho sat down again and thon nnd there John explained how tho opon circuit line had hcou built how it wa used and frankly told why it had bcou erected Never did story croato profoundor shook Tho gentlonion sensation hands with him and tho prosidont act- Â¬ A ually kissed her for tho company real corporation kiss loud andhoarty The ladies foil upon her nook and act ually cried over the splondid girl Even the children pulled hor dross nnd put their arms about her nook ami kissed awav tho hannv tears tha covered hor cheeks Poor child Sho was covered with confusion and knew not what to say ot do and looked imnloringly at John He drew noar and proudly took hor hand in his and site brushod away the tears and smiled Tho gontlomou suddenly scorned tc have found something vastly interest ing to talk about for thoy gathered iu a knot in the corner of tho room Presently tho presidentsaid aloud Gentlemen and directors youmusr pardon me and I trust tho ladios will do the same if I call you to order foi a brief matter of business There was a sudden hush and tha room now packed to suffocation was painfully quiet Â¬ 4 nil1 greatest eagerness Without tho slightest affectation sho ns hen they lorward quickly bound oer tho ground Till their master halls them sr Woa back Hall woa Uerry woa al J And skim quickly Never will hs joy lie less He will grow in napplnoss No grave cares will weigh his breast Uring toll wn n ho should rest For no prize in life there linger Hove tin reach of his hard linger Where the sugts toll and plow He neer wants nor dreams to go Where the w her strive to prove Hes content with faith and love Spe illations golden llight Neer disturbs his humble sight Hes contented to bo right Some day in future ncar That sweet girls faco will appear In the doorway of his home When his day of toil is done With his steers wo sco him soon Driving homo at twilights moon And we see a fair one wait Hager Tor him at the gate Now hes there then speaks he low Voa back Hall woa Horry woa-a-J L JV Johnson in JJroit Free a steam So the lovers mot each day and nono knew how she was made awsiro of his approach with such absolute certainty Science applied to love or rather love applied to science can niovo tho world Two weeks passed and then there suddenly arrived at tho station late one evening a special with the directors cars attached The honorable directors were hungry they always are and would pause on their journey and take a cup of tea and a bit of supper The honorables and their wives and chil- Â¬ dren completely filled tho station and tho placo put on a gala aspect As for Kate she demurely sat in hor den book in hand ana over its unread pages admired the gay party in the Suddenly with furious ivnttle hor electric bell sprang into noisy life Every spark of color left her face and hor book fell with a dusty slam to tho What did it floor What was it With affright Who rang it mean onod face sho burst from tho office and burst through tho astonished people and out upon tho snow covered plat- Â¬ form There stood the directors train on the track of the oncoming train Whore is ho Oh Tho conductor Got to tho siding sir Start Starl Tho express is coming With a cry sho snatched a lantern from a brake mans hand and in a flash was gone Thoy saw her light pitching and dancing through tho darkness and they woro lost In won Tho girl is dor and ainaomonr is duo now There cray No train can be no danger Sho must bo Ah that horrible whistle Such a wild shriek on a winters night Tho men sprang to the train and tho wom Â¬ en and children lied iu frantic torror iu ovory direction Run for your lives1 screamed tho Theres a big smash up conductor coming A short sharp scream from tho whistle Tho headlight glennted on tho snow covered track and there was a mad rush of sliding whcols and the gigantic engine roared liko a do moii Tho groat 59 slowly drew near and stopped in the woods A hun Â¬ dred heads looked out and a stalwart figure leaped down from tho ongmo and ran into the bright of tho head- Â¬ 1rft A PK1VATE TELEGRAPH How It Resulted in tho Saving ol Many Lives It seems simple enough doesnt it to draw a littlo upon the imagination and spin out a lot of stuff about Jimmy tho Safe Craokor or Hob tho Hoy Detective but somo of tho host newspaper writers in this city havo seized tho story writers quill with a sort of holy enthusiasm and havo Ono of thorn whose honrt failed ronding talo was published had tho happiness of hearing himself called a chump by a gamin critic who had just finished reading tho effort I guess this faculty of writing fiction must come voluntarily to a per Â¬ 1 have triod my hand at othor son branches of literature and havo Im- Â¬ mediately and with great unanimity Shortly boon pronounced no good nflor this rebuff a story telling of tho superhuman deeds of a young hero appoared and over slnco 1 havo not boon able to turn out manuscripts quickly enough for tho publishers On some days I cant to savo me write a single line while at other times I may worry through a long para Â¬ graph but on reading it a second tlmo I tear it up in disgust Nothing re- Â¬ mains but to wait for an inspiration This does not come from above a gift from tho gods as is vulgarly supposed but is brought on by a knowledge of the fact that the publisher is waiting impatiently for the next chapter of my story Whon I once got started tho thoughts come almost too quickly Do I ever correct my copy Woll not much I put tho story together in I my cranium and thon spin it out sometimes read it a second tlmo and change a word occasionally thon off ho goos to the printer Wo aro not very particular any way since wo aro working for boodle not for undying fame If we woro to follow tho advice of Horace and lock up our manuscript for nino years and then tako it out and roviso It I am afraid that bootblacks messenger boys and tho young iu gen eral would go without intellectual food for some time That however might not provo a serious blow to tho com- Â¬ munity for messages would thon in all probability bo delivered promptly Why I have seen a messengor boy on whoso iloetncss of foot a fortune or stand Â¬ probably a life depended ing on a corner for half an hour In- Â¬ tensely absorbed in ono of my com- Â¬ Quito flattering to mo was positions it not I John Alills tho hero of this sketch engineer and had boon was a time iu the companys om for it long When tho new engine 59 ploy completed find placed on the road was John was given charge of it and ho riirol t evinced h natural pride in hid profer- Â¬ ment At ono of tho stations there was a young girl a telegraph operator between whom and tho engineer there had sprung up a warm attachment and whenever o9 camo along Kate generally managed to bo at the door and exchanged signals with her lovor Oito day the train was detained at tho station and tho locomotive do Inched and sent up the road to do some ad- Â¬ ditional work and Kato wont along As she listened to the for a ride sharp shrill notes of tho whistle it occurred to her that sho might teach John to sound her name in tho Morso tolographio characters ho that sho could distinguish his signal from that of tho other onginos when Â¬ Tho plan ever his train approachod worked to a charm and far and near until one tho whistlo shrieked day as tho operator stopped upon tho platform sho ovorhoard a co nvorua tiou botweon two young men and learned that thoy understood tho sig- Â¬ nal and wore laughingly wondering who Kato could be Their means of communication having boon discov- Â¬ ered they wore obligod to discontinue it In tho menntlmo Kato had by moans of tho tologrnph made tho ac- Â¬ K-n-l- -e light Kate Oh John I Sho fell Into his arms sonscleas and white and tho Inntoru dropped from Ef hor nerveless hand Thoy took her up tenderly and boro her Into tho station house and laid her on tho sofa in tho ladies room With hushed voices thoy gathered quaintance of a young lady iu a dis- Â¬ round to oflor aid and comfort Who tant city but whom sho had never was she How did sho save tho train seen and to hor she mado known tho How did sho know of its approach said tho sta- Â¬ She is my daughter fact that tho secret had boon discov Â¬ Sho tends tho tolo tion master ered Then hor friend suggostod a plan as brilliant as it was ingenious graph Tho prosldout of tho It wns simply to arrange a moans of gold bowed spoctaclos railroad in his drew near telographic communication botweon Ono grand lady in silk and satin pil Â¬ tho approaching train and tho station on hor breast so as to ring a boll hidden away in tho lowed Katos hoad They all gathered near to sco if she Â¬ closet in Kates ofllec onglno 59 be Sho openod hor oyos and ing tho only ono provldod with moans revived gazed about dreamily as if iu Hcarohof of completing tho circuit which was done by laying tho poker upon tho something wish nny thing my doarP Do you tondor brako bo as to touch tho wlr snld tho president taking her hand Â¬ Kato found an opportuin passing Some water if you please sir anil nity to acquaint John with tho pro Â¬ I want I want- posed plan and in tho moantlmo had Aro you looking for nny ono found an abandoned wire which ran miss for a long distance close by the track Yos no it is no matter Thank and which sho proposod to use for you maam I fool bolter I sprained Â¬ carrying out hor purpose Thanks my foot on tho sleepers when I ran giving day camo soon after and John dowji tho track It is not severe nnd fortunatoly having a holiday ho and Kato went bravely to work and before Ill sit up They woro greatly plonsod 1o sco tho day had ondod tho task was a A quiet buz of con- Â¬ comploto success Tho dramatfc fiurlo hor recover How could filled tho room of their littlo opisode in told lu tho versation the Bpodal was chasing us she toll following You think the increasing drain should exhaust my store house of Lot ine inform you Ideas do you doubtless would did 1 not learn that it something now ovoiy day I always mako a noto of every thing strango I sco or hear and books and papers give mo any number of ideas which I The secretary will ploaso tnkemin mold to suit my loaders not my utcs of this meeting readers exactly but tho publishers Tho secretary sat down at Kntoi readers We wrlto to ploaso but ono person and he is that all powerful in- Â¬ desk and thero was a littlo pause Mr Prosldout dividual who can tako tho story or re Â¬ Every eye turned to a corner whore o turn it with thanks gray haired gentleman had mounted a You want to know how wo aro chair Well nono of us lever boeomo paid Mr Graves director for tho Stato millionaires yet a person with ordinary gontlomou talent can always make a good living I beg leave sir to offer a resolu- Â¬ at tho business tion I do all of my writing in two or ho bogan to road from a flip three days of tho wook and can mako Then of paper fifty or sixty dollars without exerting onglno mysolf Tho most money I ever re- Â¬ WiiBRAS John Mills onglncer of number SO of this railway line erected a ceived for a story was livo hundred prlvato telegraph and whereas he with tho thing 1 finished in assistance ot tho telegraph oporator of this dollars for a littlo was for a colobratod It station I leavo a blnnk for her name used four days tho said lino without tho consent of the com comedian who with my permission pany and for other than railway business namo from tho tltlo page It Is resolved that ho be suspended perma- erasod my I dont know nently from his position as engineer and that and inserted his own ho received for his namo tho said operator bo requested to resign hdw much A murmur of disapprobation filled and my story but the prosidont com- Â¬ tho room I think I am doing as much good silonco and tho Stato diroctor for the young as many who mako manded wont on moro protonsions M st of my stories iroslgn her place aro founded on IiIh ory and probably It is further resolved nnd is horoby ordered on youthful minds moro that tho said John bo and It appolutod chief impress truths forcibly than do somo of tho profes- Â¬ engineer of the now repair shops at Slawson A tremendous cheer broko from tho sors who afloct to despise our profes Â¬ M J Telegram company and tho resolution was passed sion so much with a shout of assent How It ondod thoy novor know It Ruined by Too Much Money seemed like a droam and thoy could Tho caroer of a young man rulnod not bolleve It true till thoy stood alono in the winters night on tho track bo by too much money ondod by sulcido Tho few cars at Kansas City rocontly Lihorllluga side the glorious 59 the ongino had brought up had boon largo fort lino from his fatheiv who died joined to tho train and 09 had boon twonty years ago ho found himself rolled out on tho siding With many with noarly a million dollars by tho hand shakings for John and ho Arty rise in roal cstato values Ho evident- Â¬ kissos for Kato and a round of parting ly thought tnis wns moro money than cheers for tho two tho train had sped could possibly bo spout but he did his away The Idlors had dispersed and best to spend it and was able to got none lingered about tho abandoned rid of a groat quantity Money to lihn A far 59 would was a disnstor and a curse station savo tho lovers the moro valuablo inheritance would have stay that night on tho siding and had walked up tho track to bid It a long boon a loyol hoad and a Willingness to As It wns go to work and bo a man arowell gambling liquor and kindred vices For a fow momenta tiioy stood in tho thooxolu glow of tho groat lamp and thon he took possession of his llfotbarid useful Â¬ slon of all manhood virtue quietly put It out and lofttho giant to Nothing in his cantor in tho breathe away its ilory life In gonlm ness tho past few years boenmo him sa much as clord i of whlto stonm As for It Tho moralW It all lovers thoy had no neod of Us light tho ending of nnd is timt a young man mayJuiU fyorae Thowiutor stars Hlumoupou them the calmctfld night soomedh parndlsu luck than to be ioor and ilwrsUvttof luck than to ho vlchJCklwpVMaiL below Womutfr JiyrnaL -- Fertlnont ftugRentleH Cenrornlnf VmIi tunable Street Costumes Tho best material for a costume Jot thostrootis the eloth finlshod flnunol or any soft draping goods In all wool v with a plain surface The plain skirl is worn to somo ox tout but a com Â¬ bination of plaited skirt and drapery Is liked hotter by tho mass A plaltd front with a slightly bouffant back drapory is much worn In others tho skirt is quito plain In front botng fulled a little at the top and with two or threo side plaits and tho back draped iu a loose puff A costumo of this stylo Is a bay brown cloth finished flnnnol and plaid woolon goods In various shades of brown streaked with bright rod and black The skirt front is of tho tho drapory 4 plaid material Tho at tho back of tho plain bodice also of tho plain is tight-fittin- g with a postilion back lined with red silk In front tho bodtco comos down into a ponk It is trimmed with a pointed plastron of rod silk with a turncd up collar of tho same Tho filoovos aro finely plaited lu tho tippor part and tho fullness is lot out iu a pulling at tho olbow thon again plaited on to a dcop facing of rod silk Another has a polisso of bluo fancy cloth with clasps at tho sldo and or Â¬ nament at tho back of pasomentorio An ologant costumo is of dark ollvo grcon Indies cloth The bodico opons in front with two deep rovors tapor ing down to tho waist Tho oponing shows a peaked plastron ombroldorod In silk and braid in eolers of Indian cashmere This bodice comes down bo low tho waist It is rounded lu front and forms a small coat basquo at tho back slit open in tho center This Is trimmed with small rovers of Tho underskirt is of embroidery olive groon silk A panel is laid on over tills skirt on the left side Tho upper skirt of tho cloth Is slightly draped in front and moro fully so at tho back It opens on tho left side to Coat show an ombroldorod pnnol sleeves with dcop ombroldorod cull A very handsome walking dross ii of faillo and plaid volvot plain lower skirl very long full draporics of faille fncod with velvot tho back drapery straight and long with bias tho apron draped band of volvot nearly to tho waist with facing fold wido at the waist and narrowing to a point at the lower edgo noar tho front Another lias tho lowor skirt of plaid velvet apron and vest of plain cloth polonaise of volvot with plain alcoves and surplico front with lowor sec- Â¬ tion lu bodico point plain collar Philadelphia Itccord BATHING M bICK PERSONS the Tuiuiioriituro A sick porson should bo bathed ovory day unless for somo special roason tho doctor forbids Jt Tho skin can not properly porform its function of carrying off the wasto matter from tho body unless its poros are koptopon In fever sponging with cold wator is ono of the recognized means of lower- Â¬ ing tho temperature It is thoroforo important to know how to give a bath to a person in bod as easily speedily Boforo and effoetually as possible every thing that will bo beginning required should bo placed at tho sldo of tho bed Two blankets aro needed two towels a basin of wator if tho bath Is to bo a warm ono a pitcher of hot wator to replenish tho baslif and If tho bath is given a sponge every day soap Is un necessary when it is used a cloth should bo substituted for the sponge as soap spoils tho ltit tor If tho night dress and shoot aro to bo changed tho fresh onos should be put to air and warm at tho fire This precaution should never bo neglected as damp llnon might givo a One of tho IteooRiilrnil Menns of Lowering M Hi fatal chill Don bio tho blankots end to pnd move tho patient to ono sldo of tho bod push tho bed clothes toward him keeping him covered and on tjio -- cleared space lay tho folded Idnnkot draw tho hed coverings ovor It add under their sholtor move the patient on It Lay tho second foldod blanket and draw all ovor tho spread tho bod -- clothes from bononth Jt leaving the patlont covorod wjtli it alone Romove tho night dross squeeze tho spongo so that it will not drip nnd batho tho faco nock and oars wiping thorn carefully nftorward Piws tho hand holding tho spongo under tho blankot nnd wash tho arms drying oaeli as soon as done thon bathe tho body and wlpo it dry turn tho patlont on the side and batho the back thon tho logs to tho kioos turn again on tho back and finlslLho Tho points to be re Â¬ logs and foQt membered aro not to oxposo tho pa- Â¬ tlont to cold by lotting thp blankotjiUp aside not to wot too largo a surfaco at onco and to wlpo thoroughly dry Koplaco tho night ares ana ua olothoH draw out tha uppo blanket movo the parent off the lowr to dry Thoy will be damp but jiofc wet f the bath jias boan propSrijr hlait vlveu uooil liouufcttvlna 7 ws viM Who will bo iS nsmawamHwtH jaBWBWWl npiWFTwwwn j iMll vw 4 Hazel Green Herald tffEtfOEtt COOPER uborlptIon - SI a Year Meaey t Accompany tho Name Editor KY could soon creato a boom tho first to starlT Poaco on Earth Awaits that countless army of tnyrtyrs whose ranks aro constantly recruited from tho victims of nervousness and norvous discuses The price of the boon is a systematic courso of ITostettcra Stomach Bitters the finest and most ge nial of tonic nervines pursued with rea Â¬ sonable persistence Easier plcasautcr f iid safer this than to swash the victualling department with pseudo tonics al- Â¬ coholic or tho reverse beef extracts norvo foods narcotics sedatives and poi Â¬ sons in disguise Tired Natures swcot Â¬ Â¬ Friday HAZEL GREEN For Fall and Winter Requisites AT S M BRATJNS FAMOUS NEW STORE MOUNT STERLING KY Unusual inducements in every depart Â¬ Btahlieluncnt ment in mt immenso After spending several dnya in the marÂ¬ kets for merchandise at prices that touch overy pocket and catch every cyo I am prepared to show you goods and prices that are without precedent in this city My reputation as tho leader of low prices shall he unrivalled thiscomitu winter as every dopartmontis filled with now goods ana at prices that will sell them I GRAND OPENING -- i February 3 1888 IIANK9 Monday August 0 1888 C DEMOCRATIC TICKET rloctlon For BnxiuvF 0 Only a fow months ago tho Courior Journal among other newspapers iu tho favored section of tho State raised a rackot nhout tho cost of convoying con- Â¬ victs from Whltesburg to Frankfort At tho timo wo allowed our distinguished ntemporary that it wm figuring favorably for ita own locality and dealing foully with tho mountains Now coiiich tho Auditors Report which ahowi that Jcflbraon county Bituatcd only fifty six Â¬ restoror balmy sleep is tho providen- tial rccuperaut of weak nerves and glorious franchise being usually tho con sequence of sound digest on and increas ed vigor the groat stomachic which in Â¬ sures both is productive also of rcpoco at tho required time Not unrcfrcshed awakens the individual who uses it but vigorous clearheaded and tranquil Use tho Hitters also in fevor and ague rheu matism Sidney troubles constipation Â¬ Â¬ New Goods Low Prices I this Â¬ fNew Goods Low Prices CLOTHING FINE 8UIT8 OVERCOATS ENGLISH MELTONS DIAGONALS WORSTEDS and CORKSCREW SUITS Hand Made BOOTS SHOES Of nil descriptions CASHMERES HATS AND CAPS OF ALL KINDS TRUNKS AND VALISES COMPANIONS ETC ETC miloa from Frankfort took moro from tho Stato treasury to pay guard clniniH than was drawn for tho same purpono for all of tho nino counties composing tho Ninotcouth judicial district Tho table will ho interesting reading to all who have boon in tho habit of reading in tho Louisville papors of tho Lawlessness in tho Mountains This table gives tho amount paid out of tho Stato treasury for guard claims in tho Nineteenth district and shows how tho money was dis- Â¬ tributed 1885 0 188G 7 Clay Breathitt 1 Estill Knott Lcc 1900 M1G5 4900 490 15 Letcher Porry Powell Wolfo 82400 4170 132080 18130 189C0 700 75385 11070 3550 Totals 1275215 142525 These figures represent tho cost for guards called into service from July 1st Â¬ 1885 to Juno 30th 1887 and tho follow- Â¬ A Repass Born To tho wife of Charley Watkins ing table shows tho amount paid to Jefferson county for sumo service and samo of Grundy Va a boy weight eleven pounds timo Prayer meeting at tho ITall evory 1885 0 1880 7 Wednesday night Dot Jefferson 291180 341243 DRY GOODS LA DIES FURNISHING GOODS COLORED DRESS GOOD3 PLAIN PLAID and STRIPED TRICOATS all colore ELEGANT LINE OV LADIES AND MISSES NEW MARKETS and OLOAKB HOSIERY GLOVES and biliousness FLANNELS all prices and all qualities VIICOINIA SHAWLS Special Correspondence SHIRTS BLANKETS Cottar ISlulT Vu Junuiiry 27th Mr Editor if it is allowable I will JERSEYS ETO answer you question in Tick TIkkald Jan 20th Who is this wonderful proph- Â¬ I I refer you to St Mark xiv chap et 08 72 verse St Luko xxii chap 00 01 02 verse and St John xviii chap 27 verse In fact he is ono above all others whom wo would not hear of a cold morning unless wn are sick mighty sick then we could cat nothing but a wagered ginger calco Tho following persons aro on the sick list Mollie Wingo Willie Johu Mrs Martha Scott Mrs Fannie Nixon Aunt Polly Repass Mrs M JD L Smith and daughter Lola and Stanly Orover R T Cecil and wife were visiting at Steelesburg Saturday and Sunday the guest of J Marion McGuiro and wife Miss Willetha Young returned to her home iu Sinking Waters hiss Monday in company with her brothcrdu law Circuit courtat Jefferson villothiswock Quito a crowd from this place is in at tendance Mrs Elizabeth Cecil of near Tazewell C IT is the guest of her daughter Mrs T UNDERWEAR I am starting this eoaaon with ovor 1000 dozen of all the staple and standard makes of Merino Casnmcrs Camels Hair etc and will retail single garments for Indies men and children for lees than other and smaller dealers in this I town havo to pay johhors for samo qual- Â¬ ities 37tf Â¬ MENS BOYS CHILDRENS New Goods Low Prices I New Goods Low Prices WANT YOUR PAT If OI4CIe I BALDRIDGE HOGAN SAW GO Manufacturers English Circular and Long of Best Steel Â¬ VBBlHsf LEATHER AND CUM BELTING Our Circular Bftirt stund m tho bond oL the market on tliolr merit Ib trorkmaBihlp touphnois und lust1city of temper and quality of atccl Also a full lino of French linnd Saws iu stock of our own importation Work fully warranted and at Hock Bottom Prices J Also Dealers in Files Gumiuors Swages Emery Wheels J t F Day Uazel Green Ky for new work or ew for J8 A11 orders sent my41y repair will be promptly forwarded to us and will have our best attention LARGE CBRCULAR SAWS A SPECIALTY Bend for Price List with Best Discounts 7 Vine and 8to TWater Streets CINCINNATI O J TAYLOR DAY FLOYD DAY KELLY B DAY 341243 032423 Total for two years Now if it cost tho Stato JG32423 to guard Jo0er8on county convicts to the ponitcntiary located only uftyaix miles away wo naturally conclude that there was an all fired lot of cm or else that being of tho genteel sort they were put through iu palace conches and wined and dined while en route Tho cost for guarding tho convicts from tho Nineteenth district nino counties mind you of an avcrago distance of 120 miles from the ponitoutiary for tho samo timo was only 417740 which shows that the Stato paid 214088 moro to house the convicts of a single couuty than it did our nino counties When it is romembored that a railroad ovor which one man could tako fifty prisoners runs from Louisvillo to Frankfort tho robbory spokon of by our distinguished contemporary is apparent but too robbers aro not of this section Yes wo echo tho oxclaraation of tho Courior Journal Tho Stato is being robbed but it reminds us of tho story of tho thief and tho C J Stop thief yolliog for its people scorns to have assumed the 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Clvo Thorn A Chanool That is to say your lungs Also all your breathing machinery Very won Â¬ derful machinery it is Not only the larger air passages but the thousands of little tubes and cavities leading from them til H When these are clogged and choked with matter which ought not to bo there your lungs can not half do their work And what they do they can not do well Call it cold cough croup pneumonia catarrh consumption or any of the fam- Â¬ ily of throat and noso and head and lung obstructionsnll aro bad All ought to bo got rid of Thoro is just ono suro way to get rid of them That is to take Boscheos German Syrup which any druggist will sell you at 70 cents a bottlo Even if everything else has failed you you may depend upon this for certain Turc IIkhald and tho Weekly Cincin Â¬ nati Enquirer one year for only 200 It strikes us tiiat this is the best combination yet mude and if it hits you the same way ic ml us 200 in cjihIi mid you will get both pupcrn for twclvo months tf Heavy invoices arriving daily and stacks upon stacks of goods to meet every department 18 1888 of trade Live Stock Produce and School sNew clean large well Claims received Country on notes accounts or in trade ventilated buildings furnish merchandise J T F DAY aGtf f HAZEL GREEN HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY ACADEMY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL The Ninth Term Begins Largest Stock Lowest Prices MONDAY Jan 2 1888 and ends FRIDAY May T Â¬ ed with new improved school furniture Full Gorps Competent Teachers A Young Wife Said to her Husband My dear I dreamed last night that you wore an Angol of A foul stomach was hio unpoctic answer Peoplo who have no such ploaennt night visions and awake feeling as though they had had no rest uervca all unBtrunf wondering What on earth ia the mat Â¬ ter with me would better take some simple treatment in TIME Persona will neglect themselves and put off treatment until their health is gone What would you think of tho authorities of a great city with ita milea of scwerago to tako away the filthy accumulations of streets and alleys allowing tb sewerage to choke up and spread contagion and poisonous gases from decaying Tho Yet your course is just as UNWISE matter to blight that city by disease human body is well provided with all that is necessary to carrying off the unclean and you alow it accumulate and dccompoo bringing all manner of ills to tho flesh An old Chinese proverb is Keep your feet warm your head cool and your Mako a memorandum of this and try it and if you dont keep woll bowels open there is no truth in tho world What ia that a akm D I frw - K O Robbed I Woll yes and only our limit od knowledgo of sauscrit provonts a de- Â¬ SOLD BY ALL DRUQGIRTS nuvim strutclud 20 years between lifo scription of tho smilo that contorts our and death with ASTHMA or PUTIIISIC risibles no other lauguago being ade- Â¬ treated by iininunt physicians rind receiv ing no benefit I was compelled during tho quate I mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmim lnat t yeura of my illncas to sit on my chnir day and night gasping for breath My Buf Tho Kentucky Legislature should buy ferings were beyond description In despair a Circus canvass and travel over tho Stato I experimented on myself by compounding rootu that tho people may soo its antics Ono ed I and inhaling the medicine thus obtain Â¬ fortunately discovered this WONDER committeo last week reported favorably FUL CUKE VOR ASTHMA AND CA warranted to relievo the moat stub abill to appropriate 30000 for tho Feeble-- TARRH of ASTHMA IN FIVE MINUTES born case Instituto maintained for the so that the patient can lie down to rest and idiots of parents too proud to care for sleep comfortably Please read tho followextracts from tfceir offspring while another gang is ing condensedof recent data uutohcitad tci timonialB all doing all it can to make tho counties Oliver VU Ilohnos San Joso Cul wrltca and even more than I find tho Balntain their own paupers tho latter represented Remedy all instantaneous relief I receive applying to chlldron cared for in their K M Carsou A M Warren Ivan writes Was treated by eminent physicians of this own famiUcaby their own paronts country and Germany tried the oliruato oi Query Is a bluo grass idiot superior different States nothing afforded rellof like in any respect to a mountain idiot and is your preparation AT Griggs Ohio writes L B Phelps P thoro any reason why tho formor should Suffered with Asthma 40 ycarYour medi- Â¬ obet tho Stato 200 a year while 75 is cine in 3 minutes does moro for me than tho in moBt denied to tho latter for maintenance years eminent physician did for mo throe II C Plimpton Jolict III writes Send who is thoroughly ac- Â¬ Catarrh Remedy at once Cannot got along A gentleman It 1 find it to ho tho most valuable quainted with iron oro was in our oflico without 1 navo ovor tried medicine many othor hearty testimonials Wo ha A fow days sinco and wo oxhibitcd to of cure or relief and In order that all suffer fcjtn a ploco of oro taken from tho farm era frora Ailkma Catarrh Hay Fovcr and of Mr J O Swakqo just across Red kindred diseases may have an opportunity wu will ibe River from our town Ho at onco ox of testing any value of tho Remedy address TRIAL PACKAGE send to claimed Why thoro la at least sixty FREE OF CHARGE If your druggist falls him to sell you cent of puro iron in that and add to keep It do not pormllhis representing some It to worthies InlUtiou by that it was aa rloh as could bo found bejust as good but Qnd directly to us Write vovr ia Kentucky There is an abundance AMrfttt J name and address plainly ZIMMERMAN A Co Props hsre l th rae ore found alUround Wkeleeeje Drizgisls Wooster Wayne Co md U oapltalhte would take hold we Okie FpU elM Bo by Kail 100 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ minded Â¬ -- LANCELLS ASTHMA AND CATARRH REMEDY BTuition Board and In-Â¬ cidental Expenses Roasona able For further information call on or address Hazel Green Academy Go ITazel Green Wolfe connto Ky Abe Block Childrens Co Will do the business lor ou LITTLE LIVER PILLS CALVERTS bout and nuarantecu by J T 4 P DAY Ilazel Green Ky J M PIEIiATT it BltO Ezel Kyi J N VAUGHN Campion Ky And all General Stores in Em torn Kestuoky Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Mens Youths Boys and CLOTHING NE Hi 122 aaoiy FRESH AND CLEAN Vino Street Cincinnati O Ghas M am now receiving New Goods and rnv stock of General Merchandise is now comploto consisting of Dry Goods No- Â¬ tions Ladies and Gents Boots and Shoes Ilats and Caps I BriNORR COOPKB Fallkh II O IlKRKDOM COOPER HERNDON -- FALLEN 5- I propose to sell them Cheaper for Spot Cash than ever before known in this market Call on m e and you can Save Big Money Ill divido profits with you Quccnsware Hardware Groceries Drugs Saddlery and a varioty of articles too numerous and too tedious to mention Qn S GENERAL 9 - g SWANGO laM nre several 4 Sr HAZEL GREEN KY thousand acres of fine tim ber mineral and farming laads la Wolfe and ndoining counties for sale Write for descriptive list and terms Â¬ If eats f C W HOWE WHOLE8ALE DEALER IN KENTUCKY WHISKIES and Mountain Brandy Main Street MT STERMNC KY j0y -- A K She IF JERALD mounUiasoj A HAZEL GHEEN SENSATION ia the a For several Kuftra JMnUcky thai ant paper in tho boon ovor run years this community has with lightning rod men Bute ad mtrthiata aad other wishing o aoaura tha trade of EatUm Keotuoky will and tho consequeuco is that nearly every find it tkb bkut advbrtisiMO Mitniuu house in Morgon and Wolfe counties has garTranaient advertisements 76 ocnta an inch first Insertion 25 conta ao inoh for moll aabaequent inacrtion SrAHDiNa AnvKRTiaKUKtrra COO 4 inches tycar1500 1 laofc 1 yoar o incucs 1 yuar 17C0 lyoar 2000 S fish- - 1 year 1200 6inehc tSucaifdrtca on larger advertisement local eoticea 6o a line with 6 per cent off for loap tteae KU Marriage and death notices free tri butes of respect and obituaries 6 cento a lrrr airctilaUoa Ia Which Ira Clurk Tho Lightning Hod Man liays a Lroiulnont Inrt Advertising Ratoa i Â¬ Hob for agf Annoaacements 10 County offices RUU or District offioea g calls on persons to become candidates Payable And their anatrera 5 cents a liuu invariably in advance No name will bo entered upon tho B6fcSubacription Book until paid for of cMididutca and all subscriptions arc stopped at expiru tion of time paid for notice of which will on the be indicated by a cross mark margin in front of your name A prompt rcrrewal only will insure its continuance 8PKNCER COOPISK X GARRIS0S1 HE SELLS CHEAP nARDWAUE QUEENSWAltE STOVES TINWARE 3CABONIO TKMPIiK CUTLERY KY u61y mMHMimuuwi MT STERLING HERE AND THERE Jjook out for the Red X Crow on your paper It denotes that your time is up and unless renewed at once the paper will etop coming Clay Lacy of White Qnk Morgnn county ia attending Ilazel Green Academy Born Â¬ Two years ago Ira Clark the priuco of tho profession married MIbs Ella Jane Johnson of this placo and settled here permanently IIo occasionally visited other sections of the county to solicit orders nud toallappear- punnuiwjs tscuuieu 10 oo uomgagoou uus iness reo lo for whom he did business seemed wcl Jilcased with his work and no was a Kood trado No ono had ever qucstioncuhim as to where ho purchased his supplies and indeed no one cared ho long as his work gave satis J lis honesty had never been faction doubted and ho was fast building un a reputation as a good citizen but on Fri- Â¬ day evening last two strangers appeared in Hazel Green They had never been seen here before not even by the prover- Â¬ bial oldest inhabitant and they crea- Â¬ ted quite asecne at the little cottage home of said Clark and wife As soon as they laid eyes on Clark one of them put the question Old man dont you want your house rodded which showed a familiarity with the business and an ac quaintance with tho man they spoke to Subsequently the people of the yillago were informed of thoir arrival and ma trons maids girls benedicts bachelors boys everybody and everything in town hastened to honor the now guests for behold the happy mother had just given birth to tho distinguished strangers and they were so much like their daddy that one of them had to ask Old man dont you want your house rodded while the other appeared to bo sizing un the house and figuring tho cost with two points and a weather vane free The mother is doing as well as could bo expected while Ira contemplates tak Â¬ ing larger contracts and will take in- Â¬ to partnership Roy and Claude the gen Â¬ tlemen sti angers above referred to Â¬ Â¬ been rodded Dr Dunn our Swango Spring corres pondent says Miss Lula K ash of Ha zel Green wbb visiting her Grandpa Swango Saturday Miss Jeunio Sharp is confined to her bed Rev H D Hiden and wifo aro at Undo Harry Swangos Sister Hiden was quite ill but is now improving Widow Onoy was crossing Red River Saturday on a fog whon she stepped on a limb which broke and precipitated her into tho river She lost her bonnet nud gloves but re covered tho bonnet Â¬ Â¬ flTTAPPTOT PXT1 TTATSmS ATJT TCAf TADEMARK OUTS BURNS SORES FROST BITE DERMATINE NO H 0740 i a A r James A Sangston who was located at this placo a few years ago connected with tho War Department and later General passenger agent of the Illinois Railroad with headquarters at has been appointed Memphis Tcnn general traveling agent of tho Kalamazoo Car and Velocipede DIPTHERIA SKIN DISEASES Sold by all Merchants at 26 Cents a Bottle If your Store Kcoper will not ordor it sond 30 cents to us and we will forward it by mail V A Sangstons general acquaintance with tho railroau fraternity and universal popularity insures for hinl success in his new undertaking Exposure to rough weather gottlng wet living iu damp localities aro favorable to the contraction of diseases of the kidneys and bladder As a preventive and for tho cure of all kidney and liver trouble use that valuable remedy Dr J IT McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm 100 per bottle Sold by G B Swaugo Hazel Green Â¬ Company Mr CHILES THOMPSON LOUIS STIX CO A CO Mt Sterling Ky t WHOLESALE DEALE11S IN A MARVELOUS INVENTION FOB nEAMNM T1IR RICK AM OONQUEK- - Â¬ UftNL AND TIoWDiffltrTforinppllof yTa wnpft WMittrw t Oitba lb Ulck See tho advertisement of O F Brower Co in this issue of our paper and if you want to buy fumituro at your own price go now and do so Remember THIBD BACH that this house is tho Ingest furniture establishment in the West and sell at prices which defy competition It will aflly pay you take a trip to Lexington now OTIONS UNION STHEETS no imrfaro ncraJniit nhTiMMina or thn modlcnl FmtomUy RonernUy Tlictr Iplnro of nio fulnoMlK larce and wo UcMro to nlil tliemlnfut nUhlnir duilliary meant for cnrlng the nick Tho hbnont phyntclim occupies n dlgli iilncolu publlo eatoom anit flniterrodlv no too WIillu our Atiull anccnaro not a iatiHria forworTillihcr aru Thut wo claim f or tlirm aud will nfforil aitmuy otiro oft cnllnioa alter inctllcuios have fulled to Rita ruliyf BEfiUlnE MAGNETIC APPLIANCES CLASSIFIED Htr lurora for Urnllng Cincinnati bad UinBLTTlf1 IN8QLES for nolrtfoet unitmall t mnUnllllU clrtulAfion 61 ntlrbr Head ulio of rhoa worn Bond for clroulMa MAGNETIC oriilr ofnnklo noun Bond menmroof wrlit WLJISE W forcluiilar Hum tr V MAGNETIC MAQHET8Q T Centers of Wolfe county Sheriff in charge of a man named Ansel Smith was here Wednesday night They left Thursday morning for Frankfort whero tho latter will serve a term of two years in the pententiary for breaking into tho house of a poor widow aud robbing her G 1 I To the wifo of Chapman Swan Thousands of people suffer with back 30 n girl Mamie Chap is very ache not knowing that in most cases it go Jan is a symptom of diseased kidneys and talkative liver which plasters and lotions cannot Born To tho wifo of I W Maple a heal The best and safest remedy is Dr I W is in a J U McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm son Mason Virgil Maple 100 per bottle Sold by G B Swango vory fine humor Ilazel Green Rev Mr IJiiien of Jackson preached i at the Methodist ohuroh in this place on Buchanan Will Hang f Priday and Saturday nights of hist week Governor Buckuer on Thursday Jan Magistrates can get blank Warrants 24th issued the following Executions and Replevin Bonds at thia To the Sherifl of Wolfe countyGreet office at 25 cents per quire Sent by mail ing Know ye that whereas it has been on receipt of prioe made known to the undersigned Gover- Â¬ of the Commonwealth of Sunday will be the regular appoint nor manner prescribed by lawKcntuckyin the ment foraervices at tho Methodist church Buchanan was convicted of that James the crime in this place and the pulpit will bo filled of murder in the Wolfe Circuit Court by tho pastor Rev W T Eklar and was by the judgment of said court who havo sentenced to be hanged by the neck un- Â¬ W J Wallis and family been living in Hazel Green for two years til dead September HO 1887 By reason past removed to Daysborough which of an appeal nrayed by the said Buck place they will make their future home banan to the Court of Appeals the said judgment was not executed September Rev J T Pieratt began a meeting at 30 as aforesaid that the said Court of tho Caskey school house Saturday with Appeals being sufficiently advised found a good attendance and considerable inter no error in the judgment of the said eat manifested Tho meeting will con- Wolfe Circuit Court and therefore con- Â¬ sidered that tho said judgment of the tinue over next Sunday said Circuit Court be affirmed J Z Ilancy of Daysborough left Now therefore 1 S B Buckner Monday for Richmond Ky where he Governor of tho Commonwealth of Ken- Â¬ will enter Central University for the tucky by virtue of the authority vested ensuing five months and the best wishes iu me bv tho Constitution and bylaws of of his many friends go with him the said Commonwealth do hereby fix Friday March 2 A D 1838 as the day Press Powers stopped iu this place on for the execution of tho said judgment Saturday night lie was en route to of the said Wolfe Circuit Court and Georgia with a drove of horses which these are to command you tho Sheriff of wo believe were tho property of Milt Wolfo county to take from tho jail of Hager and John Gardner of Salyersvillo Montgomery county and convoy to tho county seat of Wolfo county tho said Sick headache wind on the stomach James Buchanan convicted of murder billiousness nausea aro promptly and in tho Wolfe CircuitCourtjand between agreeably banished by Dr J u Mc sunrise and sunset of tho day last above Leans Little Liver ancl Kidney Pilleta written bang him by tho neck until he 25coutsa vial Sold by G B Swango shall bo dead and you aro commanded Hazel Green to executo tho said judgment according to law iu such cases made and provided Hon D S Godscv and wifo arrived etc S B Rucknkr hero Saturday atul will again make Hazel Green their home On behalf of the Frequently accidents occur in tho citizens wo wolcomo them to their old household which cause burns cuts home andhopa they will continuo to sprains and bruises for use in such cases sbido with us Dr J H McLeans Volcanic Oil Lini ment has for many years been tho conUndo Bob Cummins who returned stant favorito family remedy Sold by from West Llborty on Sunday tells us G B Swango Hazel Green that notwithstanding tho demonstrations Yici ti twlnrafnrwl vrtcwl Af ii In fit W S Shackelford formerly of this there had been a petition sent to tho county but now living at Thompson f LegiBlaturo with 600 names of citizens Madison county Arkansas writes us un- Â¬ Spen- Â¬ der dato of Jan 18th as follows You will find 100 cer Cooper Sir A TTovlfni PI n unrrnimnnflmit nf Mm enclosed in this letter for tho Hahkl QAtirlti f m t nanftr tllO rlnnirilln M naanmrtp As I am Guijen Hkuald one yea following item which shows that Our writing baok to my old homo I will say Martfi 8oneca ib getting there Ell rough W1 i iOfl n iUV villi lUOV UV IIIU 1nllu wo are having some cold has been weather n f rf VV Vll bill WJ hero now The ground covered House by Rev S X Swimm James M with snow over biiico tho 12th which is Huff to Miss Isabello Parsons vory unusual for this country Generally when a snow falls in this country it Pat Punch iailer of Mt Storlinir pass goes oil lu a day or two F W Nes ed through hero Monday with two pristor writes us to send him Tiik nmtALD oners en route to Jackson It is under- - to Mound Crook Miama county Kansas tood thactbopwrtie3 now on trial in tho and encloses fifty fonts for a six months circuit court at tho latter place for tho trial tturdor of Sowell made some confession to tho men Capt Punch bad in charge tho porambulating Bob Nunnelly tQd that the latter have been summoned prince of patron hunters for Dunlap to appear as witnesses in tho case Co Louisville wholcsalo saddles Bros and harness was in town this week and A npecial from Flomingsburg to the as is always the way with hltn Bold J T Cincinnati Enquirer last Friday says Day Bob ib r Co n big bill of goods Alexander rcnumum connneu in mil hustler from away back and tho day is f sere working out a heavy fine for violat so frigid that zero is hunting his holo Bob is of French jrt liquor laws and other ollbncefl was when Bob gets left wlgy taken by officers to Uroathlttcoun extraction and tho name Nunnelly ty to unravol a murdor mystery in which comes from a Greek word which signifies obert Frazlor and Brock Flinchum aro nonosuch It is certain that thero aro not iudictmeut and waiting trial for many who can comparo with Bob as a Ikged killing of Win Sowell ITo claims commercial evangelist f to know every thing The officers placo tire confldenco In his story which ho Jako Howorton of Whlto OaV Mor- Â¬ I ruinly makee very plausible He ia a gan county was in this place laat Wed neaday on businew wougniy bad man Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Frenchburg Courier Jan 27 When nature falters and requires help recruit her enfeebled energies with Dr J H McLeans Strengthening Cordial and Blood Purifier 100 per bottle Sold by G B Swango Hazel Green Math West and Bob Cottle of White Oak Morgan county passed through town last Wednesday on their return home from a trip to Ironton Ohio and points in Kentucky Mrs John II Pieratt had been quite ill for several days but is now convalesÂ¬ Since our last issuo our pcoplo havo been very anxious in regard to tho amend- Â¬ ments of tho proposed railroad charters O K W and 0 S A and wo aro now informed that an agreement has been made which will bo satisfactory to all concerned by which the charters will bo amended allowing this couniy to vote upon a tax not exceeding 150000 to be taken in stock for tho constructing of W tho C K 75000 to bo issued in county bonds when the road reaches this city from Newport or Covington and 75000 to bo issued whon the lino is completed to a point which may bo designated east of here Also not ex Â¬ ceeding 125000 for tho extension of the fo A K said bonds to be issued when this road shall have been completed to Jackson Breathitt county Mt Ster- Â¬ ling Gazette Snd for clivularn ASWVasatTLJXfiS Catarrh olo lrJiio 4 hy mull HanJ for circular will tivilv euro ncfatlii rtittmmiUnm mrtunilllu RCtATIOBHIKLDS iwl hip dlvrauo etc lrlco Si Pciul alio of walnt mm lctrntliln Bend for circulars nmirulKlK or caturrli will pi to rolluf lmiiiiHllMly frlco 85 uacli ttoud 1U0 of liat worn Dead for SSWSIASfS CAP fir lifiiducho MAGNETIC OFFICEwith imrvoui Konlliimon lriiiililu1 MAGNETIC tfiuEuuT8aiiomvocurS ltlvlll circular roduco tlio riTftHinfr ad rustoro to natural rlio Immediately each by wall Homlultoof 1rlcu knuu Bund for circulars tt RoAuRllllu iiricoloES to icrons with rtuk They provuut uud euro cold rliuiimatlam neuralgia pnmimotila throat trouhluA and tatrh Trice 85 bund for circulars with toitl lunsru c- monlaU MAGNETIC buueflt to elocutionist publlaipcakuri and fIjir n r inoy Bironuuioniuo room uonia mm pruvt by Bund for circular trice 81 ouch hoanenomi mall Bond ilio of nock LEOOIN8 for font rhoumtv IAPUICTIf tlsmlnjno Uut luvor eoroi and mMuniUliU TIiono loiffrln liaroarijulrvd uul rarlcoio vein rersal prnluo for their medical qualities and for rrlco tho eafo with which thvynra wot hy mall Hend altu of lcf around calf anil unlt Rtnil f nr olrrnlnr 11 IKFt MffuaTi n Jich cent J L DunlapgJ B PunlapHWG Barrett Dr F M Thomas of Ezel paid our town a short visit Wednesday tilllmoro January 30th Rev E P Mickell is visitiug at Rev M DUNLAP BR0S1C0 J Littlos SADDLERY HARNESS ETC AND DEALBltS IN Wholesalo Manufacturers of haclcachua pucullurtoladlon and Imports lroudor Y nil TiRor 10 mo wrioio itauj j oron 01 nruiinnrj hahlta and Impaired ntcvouapowur vlll find thorn a valtmhlo companion Iricu SJoiicU by mall post paid tivnd forclrculars MITTS MAftUnTirt FRICTION ludlirentlon rromp i conaii ly alluvlatt mKUIibllUami llvnr f rmihlit CJiilnltlv rmnnvut V klrlnnv mtlnn H It has James H Vest has a very sick child had several fits Mrs Luther Graham has been sick for some time but is improviug Wheat in this neighborhood is consid- Â¬ erably damaged by the recent hard freezes Jack Hollon San ti fee is very low with pneumonia fever and not expected to recover The writer visited the mouth of Hunt Â¬ ing Creek on the 27th inst and on his way passed three places where they were preparing to bury the dead Died On the 2Gth iust old Aunt Hannah Banks assho is commonly call cd of fever Sho leaves a host of friends and relatives to mourn her loss Well Mr Editor I havo a Bible riddle for your readers which I think will interest some of your readers if not al of them I think it eclipses that of the great prophet and all who can boIvo it aro requested to send thoir names to Tue Â¬ SADDLERY HARDWARE 728 and 730 W Main St LOUISVILLE KY Bankuif Kentucky nennraldphlllty rhouniatlsmparalyslaiKiurivlirlo ulnth o dliunoa of tho kldiwvx tornlullvcr B0m lnal oiiiliilnni linnotonor heart lli oaid dylKPl - y r mo aiainuicaation lanuaornipiuruininM MitlrnilUflvuu- ID iilfnllim 1rtn lrlit nf Itrit wlfll olid I0 Bond tneaitiro of waist and alto of rhoo worn Bend for circular rhnuinatlfin uouraiKla uerrous oxbiiuatlonilya l ponaiaorwiin aifoaioaoi mo iivur liinnnYn aunuorcold fsot lamo hack falllnir ot tho worab Imieorrlima chronln Inflammation of thoomban I alxlomtmil belt and apulrof Unnnntlc foot flatter I ie navo no luporiorii in tna ronot and euro or all I puKorrul inaR i Tliuy cai 17 tlieno complaint nutloforco to thosaat of tho IKbibo rrlcoofMiiL uc tool natiorina iu nuni ny oxpruan witn Ma true O O Dand uxamlnatlon allowed or by mall an i receipt ot price In ordering send moaeuro of I wamtonuiiaa or enoo rnMuNtTlU niDU will poiTtfroly ouio the fol lowing dUoatos without inmliclno lntri In the hack lioad or llmbn nervou tlchlllty ltimhaso MAGNETIC MlSSWfe WW llSTRepreiented by BOB NUNNELLY a20ly Exchange S8TAULI8UUD IN 1860 Oapltal Stock glOO000 ga SURPLUS Does 1041428 ia Hkuald Tt is this the only bank in the city that aolli Foreign Exchange Prompt attention given to tho collection of dcbti aud the patronage of the people of the mountain counties is etpeoially so- Â¬ licited J G THIMBLE President LESLIE THOMSON Cashier MT STERLING KY a gsneral banking bmineic and ninMiiBaa v lur latuii ami Kuuiiunien aaro chronlo rrioumatlum tout InmhaRO paralyila bronchltli Iuiik illsoaso and othor compltjcu which baflla tho skill of our best physicians Prlfxi each with lnaolo fiaud ineaaurn of elicit or tial and waist rerioni living at adlPtrvnto who not consult ui In perron vhould glvo a clorvr ctatomant ot thalr dlflloultlos hy lottor luid w wllldoslgoatotiia kind of Appliances roaulnxl la oach caa toeffeot a cure ScndjrouraifdroHafor tho Nmt Ucparturotnlledloa Tratmnt With out Modlclna with thouaanda of tnRtlmnnlabi TheMagnotlo Jannants ar udaptud to all awaM are worn over tho undorclotbaa not noxttolhjif nouy 11x0 tno many gaivMiio ana oinciric niimiitiga advertised ao extensively and should b taktu on I aenignt Tnoy noia thoir poivoriorovorundaro worn at all acaaona of tho year BTOrdor direct through your Drnggbrt Thyalctttn flonorul Store lHlur or tbrough tlio mbluditr nf thai UanUCTin JAokkts on cORSBTQ cn Â¬ 1 paper f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j p Tho church recoived twelve by baptism six reclaimed and two from other churches After closing tho ten days Bcrvico at that placo he repaired to the Daysborough Bchool house whore ho was assisted by Rov D n Fallon in a protraction of eight days with overwhelming results Tho attendance in- Â¬ creased day by day aud so did tho conversions and wo were again mado to believe that the Gospel is the power of God unto salvation to overy ono that bc lieveth for wo saw it fully demonstrated Having had two meetmgH each day since the beginning they closed out on Friday nigbtwith soventcon additions by baptism and four by restoration still leaving tho interest that was being taken in tho cause just at the zenith of Its glory But as the Evangollst was vory much exhausted ho started for homo to take some recreation after which ho is going to hold a series of meetings at the Antioch church on Devils creek Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I was horn without a sonl Yet living was my frame -The yearn of my life did pass away And still I wan the same Still the time did come that I A living soul possessed of living active mind WANTED For an English Syndicate But whon Gabriels trump shall Bound largo traota of I in that number wont be found Nor with thorn raise my head Mineral Lands This is not in so many verses in tho Virgin Timber Bible yet it is in the Bible in Kentucky at LOWEST WILD LAND Remub PJIICEH Must bo acccseible to Railroad or DiiysborouRh Jiinuurf 8th good floating streams Rev W L Lnoy the county evangelSrTlTLE MUST BE PERFECT ist of tho Christian church of Wolfo Give full particnlars county closed a meeting ou the 18th at BUSUUOD C WASHINGTON tho Red River church whero ho had d23m Lock Box 40 Charlestons W Ya 184 llcarbora St Chlcuao HI 9 MHHHaHMHBHnMSlBKBVBtcWNfimidcrJ a THE MAGNETIC APPLIANCE CO Timber - Lands WANTED RaHanksct WHOLESALE V Uole GROCERS No 29 Vine Street Â¬ great success ta n 637 J CLARKE WITH CINCINNATI TRANSYLVANIA STEAM 61 a61t Ciraii PRINTING GOMPAHY Cast Main St Lkxinoton Ky FINE BOOK AND JOB Of Every Inscription on short notice West Main Streot aflly A WORD WITH LOUISVILLE W Wedding Invitations I ti Harbison 5 itlor M O K SADDLERY V7 Cathrlght Letter Headings ic wltk dis Â¬ HARNESS AND COLLARS 707 700 A 731 Eld D O Combs will begin a meeting at tho court houso next Thursday night Feb 2nd and will continue several days in BeattyvilleProotor and Rock Spring Three Forks Euterprlae MAIN STREET Of all kinds don patch Book Binding stn ui 0 yLxrmwot J T LOUISVILLE KY Blank i THE UEEALD Is only 9100 a ytr Royr if tke time to lutaribe Manufactwrdr A Book o Dr Hi fym mn m if v r IMi W r ft V 1 - J f jW t FOR CHILDREN PURCHASING A HORSE What Should Itti tho Hooks to Anitnie An Afternoon fltrolt Through thn Snlfl Uoyn Hlltl lli In fttiililurt at Now Orloiwis In tho roaring of thoir children no At one timo Now Orleans was the question perplexes tho conscientious principal mart of trade in tho South parent woro than tho cholco of books and West ami was a first class city foi no matter whothor tltoy bo story tho livery business Tho Unfile in st books or pictnro books No homes is still fairly good lioro but the rulo qnn bo laid down for tholr livery stables aro doing nothing comguidance No list ot books howovor paratively in tho way of hiring either woithy oan provo of tho loast avail riding or buggy horses Thoy claim Exporionco is tho only safo guido Unit this is duo to tho lack of drives in Parents study tho composition of u and about tho city owing thoy say particular moid intoudod for tho baby to years of neglect of tho public high- Â¬ stomach but thoy soldom dovoto more ways which become in many in than a passing thought to the llkos or stances qtiaginiros aftor tho least rain dislikos of tho baby mind Ilondors of Tho streets are all hills and hollows biography nro frequently reminded of rough thoroughfares hard on tiio bug Â¬ tho effect which a certain pioco gies and drivers all from nood of re- Â¬ of litoraturo exorcised upon tho pairs montnl dcvolopmout of tho sub Â¬ Various classos of horses conio hero ject of a memoir Nothing Rooms from difforont portions of tho country more certain than that if tho motlior Tho Texas ponies aro shipped hero by and father woro to watch tho footings carloads received and placed in the arousod in a child by tho different pens Tho majority aro uitbrokon and sorts of books first placed in its hands sell from 25 to 73 according to size thoy wotdd bo ablo to glvo it litoraturo and appoaraiiCi ofri kind which would help to mold its Tho harness draft saddle and road- Â¬ mind into a graceful wholo and give ster horses come from Tennessee strength to its weaker parts Thus Kentucky Missouri Illinois Wiscon Â¬ thoy ought to bo ablo to counteract a sin and tho other Western States The disposition to soutimontnlity or pes Â¬ dealers hero however generally buy simism by vigorous and optimistic tholr supply of tho different grades of narrative optimism or feverish nerv Â¬ animals in St Louis Cincinnati Lex Â¬ ous energy might find healthy quali- Â¬ ington ami Louisville where the deal Â¬ fication in stories of a mildly philo Â¬ ers there collect their slocks from their sophic chnractor Tho emotions of respective sections from the breeders which a child iscapablo aroso ingenu Â¬ The ously evinced that nothing ought to bo class ofbrewers here buy tho better draft horses the largo heavy easier than for parents to determine ones weighing from 1200 to 1500 the sort of fiction likely to be most useful Lot a child road stories of pounds Tho fire companies whatever chnractor it likes I heavy animals but activealso desire ones with experience shows that a particular quick movements uhoso build does kind of fiction is calculated to not make tliotn too clumsy The do harm do not fly to its antithesis Southern Express Company is another for u romody Compromise tho mat- Â¬ institution ter by giving tho little one v story of business that requires u good grade horse running from 1000 similar in subject matter but so to 1200 pounds The retail grocers modified in tone as to provo inuncti Â¬ use for delivery wagons horses on Parents may take it for certain standing theirand 15 15 hands and weigh that if they adopt proper moans at ing from U00 to 1200 pounds the outMJt they will deprive roadingof Tho saddlo hoiMO is generally sold tho great danger that it possesses for to gentlemen of means whoso exercise tho voting Start tho child on tho road of honor and truth and prepare is taken In the open air on the ttaek its mind for the iucoption and com Â¬ of a spirited and fancy steed Such a prehension of sound principles That puichaser is usually particular in mak Â¬ is what is necessary to do in tlieso ing his selection and is liable to sit days of high pressure and sonsulion down and discuss with the seller tho alism The period of ndolosonnco has style gait and merit- of tho prospect Â¬ ive purchase its risks but these risks will tie small Ho is invariably given a trial of the or groat in proportion as tholr source horse which is first ridden tip and is wisely or unwisely dealt with Kilward Salmon in Nineteenth Cent down the street for his inspection and then turned over to himself to ride ury to see that it suits him The favorite colors are bay BISMARCK AT HOME chestnut brown and black InteroitliiK MntiilU of tho Futility flfo i ho roadster or buirirv hnrso is Gttrniittiyft Chancellor A German contemporary publishes bought by tho man who enjoys an some interesting details of tho dally afternoon spin along tho boulevards Such horses lifo of Priu co Bismarck Every body and public driveways knows says our contemporary that are valued according to tholr speed A tho Prineo hardly ovor gets up before stylo and gentleness in harness noon unless ho has to attend an im Â¬ good roadster should be able tigij in portant parliamentary meeting Hut it four miniitfls docile not afraid of must be remembered that ho only goos steam cars dummies or ongiues and to bod after working till two a in should bo thoroughly broken Bfore the bargain is completed ono every night In tho Chancellors bed- Â¬ is kept burning all tho of the stable boys takos tho holvo out room a light night numbers of messagos often re Â¬ which is well groomed nndhould quiring his personal attention being hold Its head well up presenting the brought in during tho night In con Â¬ required type of roadster and trots sideration of tho lato hours kopf by hi m aloilg the block so as to show all tho Prince supper Is sorvod late in tho his points to the purchaser who by evening and seldom finished boforo this moans is ablo to judge nf the cut mld night Besides tho Prln and carriage of tho animal A groat many buyers dopontl alto coss Bismarck Count and Count- Â¬ gothor upon tho word of tho seller as ess Rant nil ul- of partake most every moal rogulnrly leaving to tho ago of tho horse but others I ho palace at 1045 p mt whon a insist oh an examination of tho mouth socond class cab always takes them closely scanning tho toojh for tho in Â¬ home Bismarcks birthday is always dication of tho horses ago After a groat feast and holiday for tho serv Â¬ tltoy have llnished tltoir inspection ants of tho house Ju tho kitchen a thoy know as little as they did before barrel of wino is providod by Prlneoss bocauso if tho dealer is a trickster lie the animals Bismarck two bands are m attend Â¬ has already biihoped ance ami tho servants families appear mouth That is having an ngodtrqt on tho scene Tho Prineo comes tor pacer or saddle horse for sale he1 down talks with tho guests and dis- Â¬ ties taken the precaution to file his tributes sweets among tho children teeth ami put in the black spots by Tho pleasant rotations between master burning thorn Nvitli a rod hot iron A s his tootli and sorvnnt aro also ovldont from tho a horse grows older fact that tlyp Princess always givos becoino long the gums shrink away six Eastor eggs to oacli of tho servants and tho black tints disappear This Tho domestic polico of tho Prlnco con Â¬ being tho case tho dealer can mako sists of a sargoant and eight consta- Â¬ his horso show up almost any ago that bles If tho Prlnco Is away from ho wishes oven to putting in the notch homo four constables go with him in tho sido jaw tooth that Indicates So tho and four remain at tho house and all tho period of live years old of them aro outitlod to arrost any suspl f purchaser howovortluo an opinion ho cloys person bo it at Berlin at Fried- - has of tils own smartness and knowl- Â¬ rlcNsruho or at Varzln It was at edge is in reality as jjuro in tho hands Varzin whero Bismarcks largo dog of an oxporloucod horseman In selling a buggy or carrlago horso Sultan was polsonod Tho Princess declared at tho timo that she would tho vendor generally takos tho foresight mako provision for lifo for any ono to go with tli purchaser and hold the who could point out tho poisoner reins for the hone may have some do Sultan was moro intelligent than foot that ho considers best to hide For Tyras but Tyras is moro faithful of instance tho horso may go ahead all tliQ two and will tako food l of tho right but cut up whan backed In that hands of any mombor of PrlHco Bis case he never attain pU to buck him marcks family but never from a If ho shies at dummies ami flying pa Â¬ sorynut as ono of tho foohuou hmi per lie avoids thmu in his route Uarnod to his rogrot It is well known Whatever trickijto has ho is oaroful to v that at Berlin tho Chnncollor Is rarely keep put of sight letting the purchaser find It out afterward Tho buying of seen and only somo of-- tho Inhabit gate of the Vor Scrape have tho priw a horse therefore settles it sol f down iWo of seeing him sometimes walking to trading with a responsible man 7 and with tho dealer himself having u ll grounds Fall MaK Odzotk uutbhigftq vto ylth U- - thp silcli as brokers and others who The tonnage movod by hang round stable walling to rallroiuls lu 1886 equaled 18200000 Mtmt 1 is estimated hat thejonnngjj qntoTiJiold of a purchaser in order to secure qouuslpu A1 Oltma Dtmoorui hard-and-faÂ¬ Â¬ ---- READINGI EFFECT OF CITV LIFE THINGS TO THINK OF K COLUMNS OF FIRE common prices Avliloh is niado from milk produced from common cows fed tho common way will no vor riso to comfortable circumstances but load t hard lifo of toil all his days Got out of the deop worn rut of Stand up and your old prejudices look tho problem of better success square in the face like a man of pluck and brains Dont whluo about mo- Â¬ nopolies as long as you dont do any Froncit authority on scrofula noted thing for yourself on your own farm Monopolies are bad enough Cor Â¬ how tho population of Paris dotorlor High atcd and how scrofulous wore tho rupt jflloials aro bad enough third gotiorations of persons who eaino taxes aro bad enough All those out- Â¬ side ovils are bad enough the Lord rigging in from tho country perfectly lioaltliy But whon ho wiped away tho spray Olhor obsorvors have noticed tho bad knows but to sink down in in differ- Â¬ ence inside your own lino fence that lashed his face there was the offoct of town life elsewhere And tho that is light and one sostraugo and uutamil recont rosoarohos of Mr James call every improvement is tar that he stood there for s voral sec Â¬ upon you theory Cantlio have demonstrated the rarity urged of a pure bred Cocknoy of the fourth a thousand times worse on your onds buffeted by the wavci yot peer Â¬ Then generation Of old tho Biron lived fortune Willi such a spirit no won Â¬ ing at the strange visitor in his castle while tho populace lived der monopolies grind you officials wringing aioiiud and dropping from around in villages of limitod size For steal from you and taxes rob you tile shrouds to tho quarter deck ho men of all conditions of lifo tho ono Think of a fanner trying to mako put up his big hands to form a trmnpot Readv about thing to bo covoted above all othors money by taking milk to a ciioeso fac Â¬ and roared tory from a lot of cows that yield him A moment lator the ship wan trom was physical prowoss For work for war for games which woro largely only three thousand pounds of milk a bling in tins wind tho blocks hammer Â¬ mimic war bodily strength was essen- Â¬ year and lie not knowing or caring ing tho yards viciously tho cordage tial No courage no skill could ef- Â¬ any tiling about improving that yiold groaning the sails snapping like fire- Â¬ arms while thn lunging and pitching fectually componsato for tho want by breeding in bettor dairy blood Think of him going along year in covered tho decks with a gloaming of thews and sinews Work war sports revels all too wore conducted ami year out and not knowing how golden spray The roar and confu in tho open air But civilization to feed a good cow ovon if lie has one sion brought tho skipper on deck and brought about changes profoundly in- Â¬ so as to bring a little profit for his hard in explanation of his order tho mate labor pointed at tho strango light that was fluencing tho lifo of the individual Think of him making butter that now astern Tho men too were look- Â¬ Tho development of commerce en Â¬ costs him every bit of sixtoeu to ing ut it having made every thing tailed the growth of towns and tlion it was found that in tho now struggle for eighteen cents a pound and swaptinr snug and of all the crew not ono had existence the battle wont rathor to tho it at ten to twelves cents a pound for t ovoiweti any thing like it before When first seen it looked like a lit- man with tho aotivo brain than to tho groceries at tiie country store paying ugh lor the groceries and getting noth- - tuitions buoy lloating upon tho surface man with a massive frame work Tho ut it had gradually lengthened out active brain becamo now tho ono ing for his but tot Think of him selling cream to a grown more attenuated as it were groat thing to lie coveted rather than until now it seemed taller than the physical prowess Tho tendency of croamory and ueverstopping to think or read or study an hour hi a month mainmast of lite ship of a yellowish town populations is to dwindle and this dwindling is soon markedly in as to the kind of cows ho ought to have tint a most striking object against for that business or tho proper way to the jot black sky the feeble digoslivo capacity of towtt Some of the men looked at the dvellers Thoy can not eat tho pas- Â¬ care for them Think of a man blindly plunging strango form with grave npprchon try the piecrust tho cakes which form so large a portion of thn dietary along in lhsc old ruts of farm practice sion To them it boded no good per Â¬ of their country cousins If they at Â¬ for years and never carinj to read haps harm others were not so easily tempt these articles of food they glvo what other men are dolnj who aro disturbed but every one on board was themselves tho stomach ache Conse- Â¬ successful and make mouey in tho at least astonished at tho curious ap Â¬ parition that cvory moment seemed tc quently thoy livo on such food as dairy business Jhink of a man doing all tlieso i grow larger and taller thoy can digest without suffering Keep her nway a point said tho bread and fish and meat above all things as thousands are doing and not earing enough for his own profit captain to the helmsmen and tho ves- Â¬ the last the sapid tasty flush of ani- Â¬ mals which sits lightly on tho to invo t barely ono hundred cents a sel fell awn and slightly increased Whatever it is ho con- Â¬ stomach and gives an acceptable feel- Â¬ year for a paper that is wide awake to her speed his best interests till the timo and tinued coming after us ltlooks its ing of satiety so pleasant to experi- Â¬ ence The town dweller in his selec- Â¬ worth each week a hundrod times its to me like a waterspout but I no vor cost for a year saw one that was on lire and that ono tion of food is guided by his feelings Think of a man doing all those is if any thing ovor was ho avoids what is remimiant to him The curious object was rapidly gain- Â¬ Such selection is natural and intel- Â¬ things and then blaming the railroads ami tho monopolies for his bad fort- Â¬ ing on them ami now presented an ap- Â¬ ligible but ii is fraught with danger all the same Pulmonary phthisis une not once dreaming that ho him- Â¬ palling appearance a huge column of and Briglits disease sooniDaino Nat Â¬ self is mostly to blame because ho ghastly light hundreds of feet high ures means of weeding out degener Â¬ cares so little for knowlodgo and tho of a dark golden yellowish hue ating town dwellers Tho offspring experience of others when it can bo standing out in strange contrast against the sky or the inlonse dark Â¬ of urban residonts aro another race had so cheaply Then think how foolish it is to say ness of tho night It came on so from their cousins who romain in tho a paper that is trying to build up quickly evidently before tho breeze country The latter aro large limbed that stalwart fair haired Anglo Danes practical success on tho farm and en- Â¬ that t ho vessel was hauled on tho while their urban cousins aro smaller large the power of the farmer to holp wind just in time perhaps for tho slighter darker beings of an earlier himself is not a true friend of tiio strange column wont hissing and and lowlier othnio form and resem- Â¬ farmer because it is not everlastingly roaring by not a thousand yards howling about monopolies astern its base wltero it joined tho bling tho Colto Iborian race And Uunioinber success liko charily water surrounded by a seeming mass amid tills general reversion wo can begins at home Prof W A of fire whllo tho upper portion bent recognizo a distinct liver reversion to Henri in Chicaqo Herald gracefully and was lost in the clouds tho early primitivo uric aciil formation In a short timo it ltad ontirely disap of tho bird and reptile A recognition WOMANS ECONOMY peared from viow Tiio column was of tlieso facts must load to such modi Â¬ as tho skipper lias suspcclod a water Â¬ fications of tho food customs of town- - Wlutt Can Ho AtMoiiiilitliil hy Irnnor illiimtguniont or Dmiiuittlo Airilrs spout a midnight visitor coursing dwcllors as are indicated The spread It has been said A woman can ovor the ocean like some woird phanof tcetotalism and vegetarianism tolls Slnco then several have boon of a dark groping in the right direc throw out with a spoon fas tar than a tom man can throw in with a shovel seen at ono time voritablo pillars tion in blind obedience to tho law of Thoro is liere and thoro a woman to of lire moving rapidly ovor solf preservation Thero must also whom this adage will oc Â¬ apply but so far tho finnlly surface it follow some modification of the existing as in experience goes it is tho excep Â¬ curred to a scientist to cxamino system of education for it is by tho the wator in which those Aery columns iiuporfoctly nourishod town child tltat tion ami not tho rule A lady friend writing to a mombor were soon and ho found it coinplotoly tho woiglit of tho burden of education of my family a few days ago said I filled witli tho forms of two minuto is most acutely folt Summary of a find our inarkoting and grocorios air plants known to sclonco as pyrocislis paper bj Dr FolhcrgW ti Nature costing too much Havo made up psoudonoctiluoa and P pisiformls my mind with husbands consent whose nucleus the littlo spot scon in What Glass Eyes Cost to look after those matters for a tho center was vividly luminous t time myself Now whon a woman Hero then was tho secret of tho Tho prico of glass eyes is bocoining resolves upon a courso liko that column of fire a waterspout had boon cheaper on account of competition tho man behind the counter will formed and enormous masses of tho and at tho same time the quality ia soon realize if he has never lenrnod it llttlo light givors borne aloft giving better than hitherto A common before that sixteen ounces mako ono tlto onttro spout a fiery appearance glass oyo may be had for 10 but thoy pound thirt3 two quarts one busiiol Tlieso spouts differ in color depending aro not a good imitation and do and ono hundred conts ono dollar on tho intensity of tho light of tho not last long A first class oyo costs and sho will usually adjust tho mattor various animals some aro a dull yol 50 or ovon more Tho best will not witli such tact ami shrewdness as not low others on moonlight nlghls last ovor two years bocauso tho socro to glvo ofloiiso only tho butchor tho quite palo whllo othors again on tho ttons in tho hollow of tho oyo roughen baker and tho gaitor slioomnkor give exl renin dark nights when tho aoa U tho glass by chemical action and this a llttlo moro attention to tho very high present a truly frightful appear- roughness Irritates tho flesh If a porsou common words known as look out anco resembling a pillar of lire tho could buy glass oyos at wholesale by The watchfulness of tho housewife baso representing a caldron of sooth- tho gross ho could got them for about of this cla s does not ond horo tak- Â¬ ing flame Golden Jaus t 2 apiece But ho would Iiavo to ing this siuglo mattor of table sup- Â¬ look ovor a groat many before finding plies Thero aro ploces of steak of What Bothered Him ono to match his otlior oyo in size pork of chicken bits of cake broad color and expression Glass oyos nro and pie that aro carefully savod for Sam Johnslng happened to pay all made abroad principally in Ger Â¬ thonoxt meal tho noxt days lunch or visit to tiio county jail a few days ag many and Franco no factory having botlu Or sho will say Tako upon and who should he soo insido tho bari boon started hero although thoro is your plato just about tho amount you but Gabo Snodgrass a groat demand for thorn in this coun- Â¬ cat and eat up not tako twice tho How in do worle Gabo did ycrg try A skillful oculist can put a glass amount uoeded so that one half bo loft in ilniP nulrnd fvim Johnsilier oyo into tho cavity so that very close to go to waste I dont boddor my hoad about d j observation Is nocossary to tlotoet It To sum up tho wholo matter in this ar how I got In lioah how tor v Not only are tho size and color of tho branch of domostio a flairs wo bring it out ob bore is what I wants ofjjflw hatural oyo countorfoitod but ovon undor ono lioad Management J exit Sifting That out tho gonoral expression Tiio oculist Is tho word and tits the Bulrjoot as a has yet to discover moans of giving glovo fits tho hand and no ono of JJ The Honey Grove Pn that sympathetic movement which Gods dear tolling careworn creat Â¬ makes this mysterious nnuomicome distinguishes a pair of oyos Thoro is ures comprolionds it bottor and underÂ¬ There is a wodding coming and tw qulto a largo luunbor of poopla with stands it moro fully than tho Intelli- Â¬ Herald is undor oattu Gnoss VfWjj r glass eyos any I lu 400 Jeweler J gent careful houao wife Cor Farm is thou watt about a week or two Weekly unit FirMific troublo youll know whos iu --1 J Tho Genornt JMiynlcal Deterioration of Town rniiulntlonM is gonoraliy recognized that tho It offect of town lifo upon tho physique is not benolicial and as tho population of boroughs tins now oxcoedod that of tho country tho fnet beconios ono worthy of our attention Tho great and rapid Inoroaso of largo towns at tho presont timo adds to tho impor-Â¬ tance of tho subject and doepons its gravity Of old there woro but fow largo towns in our modern sonso of a largo town but Lugo the groat Why FnrmnrA Should ltnnmmhnr Thai HumiflMN Liko Charity HughM at Homo In dairying ho who sells butter at tlinr Suoti In Mhlocunii by HiUtorn On deck there The hail came from the forotopof a little lull rigged ship of the old fash toned Now Bedford type that wa3 plowing along tho waters of the Atlantic hurling tho bright phos Â¬ phorescent waves ahead of thoibiond bow in a loud and boisterous manner Aye aye was tho answer fol- Â¬ lowed by a gruff whats tho master from tho sleepy mate Light on ho weather bow caivli from the lookout Wero a good two thousand milos from land in llmt direction nuillorcd tho mate as hoswung himself into tho Strnngo lJmnonionoit Which In fiom Â¬ I i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ h 1 ZL i E fe t f I f L l I I I I I r f f f L rjippopotamus Hunting In hunting the hippopotamus the Uayeyeor African savage uses a sort of ImrpotMi the shaft of which Is twelve feet long At tho end u socket is niade and Into this is inserted a com Â¬ bination of spear and fish hook as sharp as a pin To the shank of this liarpooti Life a hank of cord is fastened tho other Hjw aro collections totlnyp end of which is tied to tho wooden nsked a man of u bill collector yester- Â¬ handle Secured to this is tho long Slow vory slow cant oven harpoon line terminating with a float day collect my thoughts was the ruily ho that If thewoundod animal lakes to Pittsburgh Chronicle iho water it can bo followed and eas- Â¬ V J met fcq ilbbs tho tailor at tho ily killed If a canoe or boat were labor meeting last night and he sat at used in hunting tliom there is always danger of tho hippopotami chewing tho sumo tablo as the roporlors Taking notes oh No confound them up and of being alarmed by the sound of the paddles o tho natives htm ho wasnt Ilo wanted cash Milling Sphtrc employ raft that arc permitted to lloat Ooinmy sultf lilsVnnU I hear over the water and approach the ani Â¬ your grandinothor gave von a watch mals without awakening their suspi- Â¬ Golden Days on your binhilay Was it a hunting cion wjitchP ciwo Norunliocl Tommy Cancer in England vho Is seven yours old it wasa bare- fated watch Pittsburgh Chronicle The general climate of England is On an Uceun Steamer AflVctcd favorable to tho development of cuil lady tourist- ijiin I foul so sorry cer Out of every million deaths from Captain What about all causes those from cancer u umber umlnin On account of the poor fish about 30000 This proportion is only Whats tho matter villi thorn exceeded by phthisis old age con- Â¬ They must get so seasick when tho vulsions bronchitis pneumonia and Texas Sifing water is rough debility Next to consumption Going at Forty Miles hi Hour cancer is the most fatal of all the con- Â¬ Tho car stove people Midmtv t go stitutional diseases and it has been So ulfco said Inventor clucr steadily gaining ground for inoro than It docs for Jiy Its heat wo laiow twenty years The deaths from can Â¬ The ear sto o goes uh well uf er cer per million of persons living were Boston Jmrter White wings they norcr grow in 18G2 Ml in 1872 131 in 1881 o20 wear sang tho sallow pimple faced in 1882 532 in 1881 546 in 1881 5J0 young man in tho parlor No said in 1885 5Gi and arc now close upon London Standard tho old man gloomily as ho paced up GOO and down in tho room above 1vo Why Miss Howjaujcs said the often wished Iboy would but they Chicago girl you dont nioaii tlmL it never do Merchant Jravcer is all over between yo and Mr Grim- Mrs Smith to Mrs JonfT servant shaw re- Â¬ What 1 luiv0 Id you What do you want girl Servant plied the Hoston you z lady haughtily Girl Mrs Jones sends her regards is the the undrapi d actuality and says would you bo so kind as to Chicago Tribune count your children and see if you The Coming Comet havent got one too many an our Kit- Â¬ It is fancied by a Kratcf ul patron that the ty hasnt come homo and school has uhugo next appear boon out two hours Texas Siflings bottlecomet will Golden in tho form of Medical Discovery having See here said a fault finding inscribed upon it in hold characters W hether this conceit and linih compliment will be wo must have things tr verified husband remains to be w but Dr Pierce ranged in this house so that wo iiall will continue to send forth that wonderful vcjrotablo compound and potent crudicator know whoro every thing is kept of dbeaso It lias no equal in medicinal and With all my heart swootly au health giving proportion for imparting vigor swered his wifo and let us begin nud touo to tho liver and kidneys In purifying tho blood and through it cleans1 with your late hours 1113 love ing and renewing tho wholo 83stem For should like very much to know where scrofulous humors and consumption or they are kept lung scrofula in ita early stages it is a Hearing a noise at night Tudkius poaivo specific Druggists descends with a lighted caudle and Hk gavo mo boiuo pointers said the discovers a burglar escaping with a tramp of tho farmer he jabbed mo with u pitchfork JJrijt full sack Hallo he cries come back Eh whatP A Itoliablo Almumui fur 188S returns the Websters Unabridged Dletioinirv j j ah yos tho silver caudle burglar tluit an tablo stick Ho takes it from taining ultnanno is A book orweeks con- Â¬ Permit mc a calendar of days tho hand ot tho astonished Judkius months to which astronomical data and and puts it into his bag and politely says various statistics aro often addod such as tho times of tho rising and setting Ton thousand thanks Have I for of tho oun and moon changes of A Y Ledger gotten any thing olsc tho moon eclipses hours of full tide weather A Philadelphia puporsiy Thore stated festivals of churches more too probabilities etc All this arm is a legend to the effect that a man in will uo found iti tho Hon Franklin Almanac St order to economize had his gas moloi issued by tho Chicago Milwaukeo Paul Railway Scad six cents in postage taken out and substituted coal oil foi to A V U Carpeuter General Passenger illuminating purposes and at tho ond j Agont Milwaukee Wis and an alrannao for 1SS will bo forwarded to your address of the quarter the is company pro nuiueii nun wiui a 0111 01 uuriy iurco Moncy just now Is like many men who lollars for gas consumed after the ro- - have it cIobc Texan Sljtinyi moval of tho meter This may bo a Woiuuiim Work legend but it sounds Mko the plain Thero is no end to tho tanks which daily square toed unvarnished truth confront tho good housewife To bo a suc- Â¬ i FULL OF m FUN In making loyo to n Boston girl nowuro of tho shotihlcr blailu Drakes Magazine Tlio Journal asks What will bo tho fuel of tho fnturoP Such of us as aro living Clirisliiui lives iiiivo boon taught to boliovo it will bo brimstone UI3 PHOTO The venerable bone factor of mankind I ADWAY likli4 ordolotcrlou Irlco C I intent Uon his ood workf is known as s IIIEiAiuAllllNIMENT Masi wrote Mr Lewis Dennif No 1M Moody si d witcs to recoiniuend St Jacol3 Oil to any alllit ted willi rliciiinntisin and desires c peclally to say that Orrin Itobineon of Grunt vitle Ma a boy of 12 years came to bis hoir lathe mmiurr e1881 walking upon crutches his loft le imving been bent at tho knee for over two months and could not be bent liack lie coulil not walk uiou it Mr Dennis had some St Jacobs Oil hi the house and gave it to him to rub on his knee In six days be had no use for bis crutches and went homo well without them and lie has been weisincoSt Jacobs Oil cured him In July 1887 inquiry was made of tho Messrs Oirood toacertuin tho condition of tiie little cripple which brought the follow- in riiKUsc lowell Ma July l 1887 The poor cripjile on crutches Orrin Robin- boh cured liy St Jacobs Oil in 1881 has reÂ¬ mained cured The young man has liceii and is now at work every dav at manual labor Dr George V 0good M D No other remedy can make the bumc showing JJuipB iWrTrli urn we sco liltn here The Great Liver and Stomach Remedy His familiar face and form have become a trade mark and the Kcir tlio euro of nil illnnrrioM of the Stomnoli Mrcr good be has done is illustrated in the follow of Appetlio lleMilnchc CostlvoncuK InillireitlOB Ing mai clous instance MIIju mill Jon 17 18S3 lllllousnfunnil 1 OTvr liiilninniitiliin or the IJowoIk A II IuriIy rouoinblo coiiUIuIiib no uiurcurr inlnrl Georgo C 0good it Co druggists lvell Men ciiitrlUuto Iti tuiurlRliliiir propvrUui fdrtliuaupport of tho natural wajt of tho body rinCKKCr llljrH CIOV will hnnmimiilim br IuUiiji Umlwuys 1llln lly ro dolnc HKJlt tiIlACXIl hto11ii1 and tlio toodBtomnrh All XMPiln Kotil tliut la louKti will lij renin tirr box Sold by nil dmcjrlnU druKit mBtm t llfto my llfo hni 1mmi wtcI by your mcdlclno lluvo lona bvou sufTurliu with Dynpvpoln and liter Complaint HACarr P MEflcamblnAltv Boil Pllliho litic ever unid K Hummel Uoonvlllc to Cured hlru when all ottirrn fallcil Allen n OhaYcr Mt BtormW Vat I pokHItc lymiy that lUdwaya aro tho bout lllla 1 ororhud for Djrnpepnlu lirjiriulKlPttordlamji to Pit UADWAYACO No a Warren Ht Now Vork for False nd True DK BAIMVATS 1MIIS area euro forthlo roiuplalnt They tcntora ntrMith to tho xtoumcli and onnblo It to perform lu functlonn The rytnp 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WrnMqVjagmtSyJt zsyrartintirwwwi wyin f a unn n rainiijjfiOTTiTranrjt7gMiinTijmTfifrwfi worfiq1 j 5 jwr m i 6 jW tpR0PniETOOr DiSACArArRKlCMEDV Wl 9VTW VM vWw n WHfe VQV WK V 0 For a case of Catarrh in the Head which they cannot cure 0 50 czms fFAO1 -- Drakes Magazine Story of an Auctioneer A rather good anecdote is told ol Mlot a typical Parisian who lias just died M Pillol had been for long years tho chief coniniissairc priseur or auctioneer and valuer at the cele Â¬ brated salesrooms in tho lluo Drouot Much valuablo property in the shape of pictures bronzes tapestry and artistic upholstery generally from the precious hoirlooiiH of Princes to tho r rococo rubbish of actresses had parsed f under his hummer It is rolatcil that t on one occasion lie had a painting on s his hands which no bidder would over I vouturo to buy Worn out with o 1 pending his exertions ovor the unsal able article Pillet at last shouted out hi desperation 0110 day llore ladies I md gentlemen is a painting which has licon for tho last live Hundred years at- Irlbutod to tho groat Raphael without Ids ever protesting Tho artlelo was I 1 instantly knocked down to an honest Itovlnclal collector for tho sum of 8103 and M Pillet doscondod from his rostrum relieved of a long boruo but- fon Paris Letter Common Knowledge ff cessful housofcoepor tho first requisite is good health How can a woman contend against tho trials and worries ot housekeep Â¬ ing if sho bo suffering trom thono distressing irregularities ailments and weaknesses peculiar to her sexf Dr Piercoa Favorite Prescription is a specific for those dis- Â¬ orders Tho only romedy sold by drug- Â¬ gists under a positivo guaranteo from tho Satisfaction guaranteed manufacturers in ovorv cimo or money relunded See printed guarantee on bottle wrapper Â¬ Wirn reading trom evening newnpiper Monivwns very tlghtiu tho Street to day Now 1v found out why it Is tho loot of all ovil Ktittuvku Slnt Jon mul Come oi7 to blows often Hailom rcH 67 In tho Volapuk language the word for doU lur is doab Hut it will bo just iih hard as cvor to boirow one JUUbmjh Chronicle- TeUjraph r Smythe who lives in a boarding house wnnts tho old song Hold tho Fort for I am Coming changed to hold tho pinnoforto till I cun got away Mrrchmi Traveler A BAiixin SYITIPTOIMS OF TUR DISKASJE Dnll heavy hcadacho obstruction of tlio nami piissatruu tJlsohnrRvs fulling from tho head Into tho tiiront eomotinica proftiRC wntcry and uotid nt others thick foiniclous imicouo purulent bloody and putrid tho eyes nro weak there Is ilnlntr In thu earo deafnenfl hncklnK or coiiffhlnir to clear tlio throat expectoration of offensive mu- Â¬ tter together with m aba from ulecrs tho volco Is chnnprod nnd lins a nasnl twang the hroutli In ouYnalvo omell nnd tasto Impaired thero Is n sonsatlon of dizztncRa with mental depres- Â¬ sion a Imokitnr ooutfli and freueral debility Only a fow or tho nbovc nnmed syinptoms arc illcclv to bo present In tiny ono case Thousands of cases nnnuully without manifesting half of tho above Bymptomg rosult In consumption and end In tho grave No disease is bo common more deceptive and dangerous Jew understood or more unsuccessfully treated by physicians If you would rcmovo an evil ttrthr- at Ut Common Sense root As the prcdisposinur or real cause of catarrh is in tho majority of cases eomo weakness Impurity or otherwise faulty TfiEATHENT condition of the system in attempting to cure tho dlseaso our chief aim must lo dlroctcd to the removal of hat cause Tho moro wo Boo of this odious dlseaso and wo treat successfully thousands of cases ou nuallyat the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute thu moro do wo rcnllo tho importance of combining with tho use of a local soothing and healing application n thurimaU and pcralttenl inter nal uso of blood cleansing and tonlo medicines In curing catarrh nnd nil tlio various diseases with which It is ho frequently complicated as throat Chief bronchial nud lung diseases weak etomuch ca- Â¬ Impure deafness weal or inflamed Reliance tarrhal scrofulous and syphilitic taintseyes wonder- Â¬ tho blood ful unworn and virtues of llr Ilorcos Golden Med It has a specific ical Discovery cannot bo too iitrongly oYtolled - CATARRH M THE HEAD rSM k rfa U i- - 4Wfcii rSvfm 1 1 f COlYlllOUT 1SS7 effect upon tho lining mucous membranes of tho nasal and other alr piissages promoting the natural secretion of their follicles and glunds thereby sorrenlng the diseased and thickened membrane and restoring It to its natural thin delicate moist healthy con- Â¬ dition As a blood purlflcr it Is unsurpassed As those discuses which complicate catnrrh are diseases or tho lining mucous mem- Â¬ branes or of tho blood it will readily be seen why tula medicine la so well calculated to euro thorn Asa local application for healing tho diseased condl- Is beyond In the head MlRs I Honcomparison Dr Hages Cateirrii Ilemedy invontod tho best picpanitlon ever I nil no smarting is mild and pleasant to use producing AfCUT 1 flueni I It pain and containing no strong irritntlng or cnus- or n This Uemedy Is a power tie drug or other poison ful antiseptic and speedily destroys all bad smell which uocom panles so many cases of catarrh thus uffordlng great comfort to Uiose who suffer from this discaEO Tho Golden Medical DlBcovcry Is tho natural Soges helpmnto of Permanent not onlv clranscflDrnurilles Catarrh Hemcdy It retritlutcs and bullds stuudurd und con PlIDCO I np tho system to a healthy lung complications UUnr0 I quers throat bronchial and when nnv Biich exist but from ltd BDCClllO Tnta mum flut llnloir inembmiin of fho nasal miRriaifes it aids materially in restoring tho diseased tlilekenetl or ulcerated tncm bnuio to a healthy condition und thus eradicates thu disease When a euro is effected in this manner it it permanent noth Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and Dr 8ugo Catnrrh Itemedy aro sold by druggists the world over Discovery six bottles for So00 Dr Hugos Catarrh Itemedy 60 cents Simdozen half littles 2fi0 A complete Trentlso on Catarrh giving valuablo bints as to clothing diet and other matters of importance will bo mailed jMwt paTd to uuy address on receipt of a S vent postago stamp Addross WorldM DUpenvary medical Association No OKI Main Street DoricAixj N Y Irl r nuoannl i 3lZE vJ port lexiu generally feoa tired after a dayo H A High School boy wont into one of our dty bookstores and asked for 1 pon and a qulro of foolscap paper he How many shoots in a quiro tsked magntlicontly as ho flipped a quarter on the couutor Twenty four answered tho doul- Acr gravely Is it possible inquired a cition M the vouth went out lhat n boy in fyu rjvmmitr scliool can bo ignorant tHdei uMniplo thing I They dont teach those things at Ijichool they nuswerod tho dealer ro too easy If our youujr jicoplc lRrn thoin at all it must bo at home loxossors nayo no ipuo uj wasio on Detroit Mi common knowledge A tJVcc A fuddled play- wright J truit Vw A yocno lady In dhfungo auknowlodgca that Hho hnuknra to marry an Indian ohlof Tints the kind of haudker chlef she Texan Stthigx Aoooumotto for a linlmont AUb well that ends bwoll llurllw1on Fret Pre TKri EB ndultoratod with buckwheat mtd dliugB la nntitrnlly only inlddllngH stroug MCIXOW-OIUMATIHT-- 1 WJZS V5 C i TATlVr Lj coo o o o or PELLETS Merchant TravtUr Money talks and lots of people llko to hoar it so long an it has conta in what it soya Hochexter Jo t Kxprtn mm A Sold by Druggists 2D Cents a Vial mf- - Pelu - The original w -- IJTTLE 11 VER PILLS 7 PERFECTLY HARMLESS t PURELY VEGETABLE As a LIVEU FILL thoy are Uucqnalod t SDCAXIET OHEAJPJCS07 EASIEST TO OJASCHU Dewaroof Imitations which contain Poisonous Minerals Alwsys ask for ted PiUs s Dr Pierces Pellets which ro llttl Hugar A DOSt k or Anil bilious Granules ONE PELLET Evolution -- tight hoots mnko a corn corn makes whUkr whisky makes a man tight Commrrcliil IhdltUn in his A counse dinner in u first class hotel ongbt to bo a lino aftalr of course Hotel boota--JWofoii Mall Picia ItiU difRoult tor u sudor to nnko a tiller lie eau nmko It of wood of Iho boll though Teici Sijtinf A TCUiuiJO oumplo tho first ono fn tile arithiivau tint does not huvo the unawcr upntjudcil iwtff CitlUH BEING PUKEIVY VKGiyrAHUe Dr Tlorcos Pellet urban cnio wltKoul dltup In co to glass tho system diet dr omiatlon Put vials hermetically scaled Always fresh and relia- Â¬ ble As n gcntlo laxative alterative or active purgative they give the most perfect satisfaction IleaJarhr a H SBBBBtoh IndlgcMtloii nillous AtiackH and all derango menta of tho stomach and bowels are promptly rc llved and pormanwitly curfd by the use of r Pierces Felleta In aexplanation f their ramodlal power over so grrai vanwy in truthfully be said that their action upon th system Is whMMJ MCA J gkna oAtenie wcaplnr t4eir sanative tetkiweei SICK HEADACHE DIzxlBeaa C4lPtlon Rllleaa unf m- tib I A4-- r 1 XsanietMrM WORIIS BWFDtlABY KKBHUI AMWIATIf BUFPAIX3 T IT am O P I A 0 Baker S H Patrick and D B Rodwinc of tho local bar Judge Riddle of Irviuo and H L Wheolcr of Beatty Ktutesorlptlon - SI a villo havo been retained for tho prosecu Â¬ Aa4 Musi tion whilo tho defonso fa represented by FJd X AAvaaee E 0 Strong R A Hurst J B Marcum t and 0 0 Card well of tho Jackson bar Z T nurst of Oampton nnd T T Cope EASTERN KENTUCKY of Frenchburg Considerable feeling ia manifested aud it is safe to say that a WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING very aggravating case will bo mndo out against tho parties and as both sides are V CewplleA Ty Count Corrspoadoats and represented oy tho best legal talent in al Condensed from Oar s Eastern Kentucky we may expect a fo Â¬ Gontomporarlei rensic strugglo that will mako Rome ffAZBL QeJQEN HeRALB Yr very suddenly Thursday Ho was tliir ty two years old and had neither walked a stop nor spoken a word during his lifo Ho had to bo cared for juat tho samo as an infaut Messrs Collins and Gibson of Madison county wcro hero on countv court day buying mules and horses They bought forty or fifty head in hia and Owsloy One 39 Dollar FOR MfLW mm 0t WLOUOAN COUNTY howl Correspondence Dr Baker of Leo county ia in town Wont Jlbortjrf January SOtk Ho thinks ot locating ho re to practice Rev J M Downing preached nt the liia profession Ho is softly needed Christian Church Sunday morning nnd Rev E P Mickcl and family will start night this week for a two mouths visit in Robert Oummins of Hazel Qrccn at- - Georgia tended a mooting of tho Masonic Lodgo Hjpaoial t Y r1 I K- - 1 lt I H S VA Wo expected to have tho plcaauro of Special Correspondence WhltoBUurjf January tOth announofng a wedding which thought H C Frazier is very low with fever was to have como ofl somo timo since Wo still stand on our tip toes and hold Tho solect school at this ploce is proNow students arrive gressing finely our breath for an invitation HClay Turner and W Chiles Ken constantly John L Day wha has been quite low dall who left for Frankfort somo days ago have not yet returned Perhaps they with pneumonia for some time is now are waiting that they may get a ride on rapidly improving Mho first train that comes to this place Tho boom for Hon D D Sublett is Died On Jaunary 2Gth David Wells still growing aud the Democracy of old in the eighty eighth year of his ago In Lotcher is going to be solid for him his death tho county lias lost ono of its Jesse Boggs has a traction ougine and oldest landmarks and a most worthy cit table saw mill Btationcd at Obadiah kcnB no leaves a host of friends to fields near Mandrake Surely the on mourn IiIb loss ward march of progress and the era of On Tho Wing where are you Is development is upon us even in old it possiulo you Have lorsaken us since Letcher tho railroad meeting at this place some Arminta Polly has been in poor health Now lJrother Uilly como for some time and hor many friends tlmo airo back and seo us and wo will guarantee have vainly hoped for her speedy recov- Â¬ i that the train dont run over you ery but the Lord has marked her for J Harvey Evans our cousin tho ac- - his own Sho is now lingering in the oommodating postmaster at Ilazel Green last stage of pulmonary consumption was registered at tho Morgan House last Tho matrimonial market has struck week Ho says that cither Morgan or this county and many hearts havo been Wolfe and perhaps both are certain to sacrificed on the hymenial altar Among havo a railroad inthe near future tho latest are Stephen Frazier to Miss Wild Injun Minta Polly B F Kincer to Miss Re Â¬ Wo wish them abundant becca Adams Krcl January 30th success through lifo J B Cecil has bought a stump pulling Something rotten with the mail route t machine and it looks liko it would pull between hero and Hazel Green eh I well f anything that is fast at both ends Wo I should think so My paper for Do suggested to him that in order toget it cember 30th arrived January 11th and to pull tho most stumps ho should adver Â¬ for Jaunary Cth on the Mth The for- Â¬ tise it in Tun Herald which ho said ho mer was twelve days reaching us lean would rido to Hazel Green in less than three A new district hns been made between days Besides I havo written four letfthis place and tho Flat Gap school house ters to The Herald siuco December Tho now school house will bo built near 20th and not ono of them ha8 reached where Jackson Cock now lives you Miss Emma Goodwin has been sick a Evory family should take The Her Â¬ short timo aud hor case was not thought ald not as charity to the editor but as dangerous until a few days ago sho ib an investment It is doing more to vinnow very low dicate the good of a people who have One or two of Thomas Walters sick been terribly maligned and more toward children of which wo wrote of uotlong the development of the mountains than since itro now vory low and their recovery any paper published iu Eastern Kentucky The Herald only coats one is doubtful T 13 Johnsons baby has been very dollar and yet it is giving hundreds of sick several days and at this writing it dollars in the way of free lines for the Wo ia not oxpcctetl to Hvo but a short time section in which it is published could send you a long list but a news Joseph Clark baa been in town this paper mau here intimates that it takes week making figures for the Ezel Mill money to run a newspaper Well its no Co for timbers to build tho new mill use to talk about it that article has play Â¬ Biuht ed out up here long ago But we are Later Miss Emma Goodwin died raising big crops of onions this year EvlSunday night about 8 oclock and her ery mountain paper should follow your death was sudden and uucxpcctcd She example and help combat the contempt was eighteen years old and was dearly ible flings of the metropolitan press tbeloved by nil who knew her Sho was P V E buried Monday evening at 8 oclock by IVhltosbuiff January 33rd tho Hide of the now made gravo of hor S R Adams is home to spend the win sister who died ten days before The funeral services were conducted by Rev ter He is as jovial as usual and seems D G Combs and much sympathy was to have enjoyed tho work ho does while manifested by a large congregation of in Lawrence and adjoining counties His irolativcB and friends that had assembled brother Stephen conies back very much Thomas Walters children and T E improved in health and looks hale and Johnsons child aro now thought to be hearty Old Samp from tho head of Bad some better Born On the 28th to tho wifo of Branch was in or near town last Monday Harlan Power a nine pound boy name and quite a number of the boys at court filled themselves full of euro death OHfton Lockhart but were restrained from painting tho Rev J M Downing preached at this town red Blurt 3laco Tuesday night Tho matrimonial boom ha3 struck ifyou oxpeot to mako Xmos or wedding Kings Creek nnd Poor Fork nnd not a presents and desiro uuything4n the jewelry few liavo launched upon tho connubial or silverware Sine we think we can make it sea Dr Holcomb to Mrs P A Caudill interesting to buy now Wo have plain boingthe latest aubstuutial coodi fancy articles and novel Died On the 20th inst at tho homo ties and wilTaell for a vory small profit as we can duplicate them boloro Xmas Gold of her huaband near Maggard this coun- Â¬ watches and diamonds nt prices no ono can ty Mrs Elizabeth wife of James F Mag duplicate Otis W Snider tn manufactur gurd Her bereaved ones havo our ing jeweler Lexington Ky Write for sympathy prices Died On tho 10th inst at her homo imKATHITT COUNTY on Pert Crook Miss Arminta Polly Sho Special Correspondent was a kind sweot girl and leaves a host Jackson January SOtlu of friends to mourn her doparturo Tho Breathitt Circuit Court convened J 0 Hogg who has been qui to low in special session on tho 23rd inst Judgo with fever for somo time is sligntly con- Â¬ Lilly announced in tho languago of Ciu valescent aar that ho had gone into winter quar Â¬ John A Craft has been confined to ters and would oithor clear tho docket his room for several days but ia now im or protract tho court novon weeks Tho proving Judge knows just how to handle the Wm J Horsloy has been sick for a scales of justice and is doing his work P W F ftbsenco of Common- - fow days admirably In tho Attornoy Marrs U L Wheeler wealths Under oxposuro to cold winds rain xf Boatty vllle is looking nfter tho inter bright light or malaria may briug on no mercy tt of the State who sees that ia placed in oithor side of tho balauco to inflammation and soreness ot the oyea wbigh against tho infraction of tho law Dr J H McLeans Strengthening Eye tho inflamation cool perpetrated by ovil doors Tho local Salvo will subdue and soothe the uorves and strengthen Dar WHICH IlUIIIUUra Jlliiu niiiuiuujra jo eyo tpplemontcd during court by thofol- - weak and failing G Bsight 25 conta a Swango Hazel box Sold by T M SfiblLStlllll triaitinrr Invvvni H Boone- Grecu 8 P Hogg and E E Hogg of wnucHsr ui uunKjrvuiu vuu VillO 11 IiEK COUNTY aud Will H Lilly of Irvino 8peoial Correspondence ert Riddlo T T Oopo of Frenchbnrg Z T and W Ilonttyvllto Jumiary 7 Coruel L Hurst of Oamptou and T Died At his brothers residence In Uon of Riohmoud Sovoral penal cases malarial fevor Gcorgo kavQ bcoo disposed of the jail ia woll Clark county of Lutes Ho was a brothor to our follow Ued and ovorything ia quiet townsman Samuel Lutes His roraaina Thooaao of th Commonwealth against wcro brought to his mowers iu hub wi ruTr and Crock Fiinchtim who county forinterracnt Tho relatives havo chargad with tho murdor of Willie far of many friends in their Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ at tkis place Saturday night XiETOHElt COUNTY counties Our Countv Judgo has refused to grant retail liquor licenso to any ono hereafter This is a good stand ho has taken pro- Â¬ vided it will stop tho sale of whiskey Judgo Robt Riddle and Will H Lilly of Irvine passed through our town on Monday last on their way to Jackson to attend the Breathitt circuit court WilgUB McGuiro of this place and Miss Mary Lyons of Proctor were uni- Â¬ ted in matrimory on Friday last Tho usual wishes are oxtended A regular Old fashioned Northern blizzard struck this place a few nights ago and she has not entirely recovered from the effects of it There was quite an enjoyable danco given at tho residence of Mr and Mrs B W Twymau of this place last Thurs day night Judge John S Mahan of this place returned from a business trip to Rich- Â¬ mond Wednesday of last week E E Hogg and Green Brcediug of Booneville were in town on Friday of last week S F J Trabue of Frankfort was in town Thursday en route to Breathitt on business Miss Nannio Bowman of nopewell this county was visiting iu town recently Messrs Stone and Grinsted of Waco Madison county are in town this week Mrs J G McGuire of this place has been on tho sick list for several days Wm Word and Thos McDaniel of Barbourvillc were in town this week Our genial friend J D Mitchell of Richmond was here last Thursday of Breathitt was Wm Hickerson here several days during the week Wm Ham of Estill county was in Beattyville during the weok W B Bullock of Boonevillo was in our midst ono day last week J C Gourly who lives near town is sick with fever Last Monday was county court day NOTTUS CENTS Ever offered in Lexington H snH We will put on sale the best value in an UNLAUNDRIED SHIRT A White Shirt at 39 Cents We have and can show you more Overcoats than all the clothing houses in Lexington together and at prices that will astonish you Louis Gus MENEFKIS COUNTY Â¬ Frenchburg Courier Why do tho mouutain Senators and S A R Representatives favor the K W R R in preference to tho C K R by grauting tho former aud refusing Why not grant charters to the latter W proposition is both The C K S As Tho equally as fair as is the K C K W road would bo more benefit S A aud the mountain than the K legislators know it yet they persist in What do refusing to grant it a charter they mean Are they serving their con- Â¬ 1 LEADING CLOTHIERS 37tf Lexington Ky QL I i I i I I Â¬ Â¬ stituency or are they serving certain corporations Their attitude at present indicates the latter The people of Eastern Kentucky wel- Â¬ come a Northern man with outstreched arms they extend a welcome that can not bo taken for save just what it really is People of Frenchburg and surround- Â¬ ing country cordially welcome the peo- Â¬ ple of the North South East and West and ask them to come amoung us and assist us in developing our magnificent resources which are uuequalled in any country Dr George W Moores baby a bright and sprightly little boy came very near dying last Friday The little fellow suf- Â¬ fered severe pains for a while but from gentle care and prompt trentment of the case ho soon recovered and is now as sprightly as over He had a convulsion Mr Pieratt why have you gone back on your speech at Stanton and what about you told usin the Monitor office railroads and the mountain interests We will not forget this Tho same to you Mr Jemes Selah I C F BROWER t I mUi MMIRP pijrMiMJjiiii been discontinued by the manufactories and being unable to duplicate same we will offer them at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES in order to close The prices have been cut many to actual cost and every article is MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES The line includes choica designs in Â¬ We have in stock many patterns that have Parlor Cabinets Ladies Music Desks LIVERY SALE Music Cabinets Hall Stands AND Â¬ Â¬ FITTED UP A FIR8 CLA88 and provided myaelf with good saddle and harneei horici and vehicle I reipectfullyaolicit the public patronage I will feed horae by tno alnglo feed day week or month and tako plcaauro in giving all stock entrusted to me especial attention drnorsea bought And sold on commis sion and will drive horses to harness for all who deaire ray services All charges rea Â¬ sonable and Bfttisfaction guaranteed J U riEBATT 23tf Â¬ FEED STABLE Book Cases HAZEL GREEN KY Side Boards Chiffoniers HAVINQ -- o h Library and Center Tables This is a grand opportunity to purchase FIRST CLASS GOODS at EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES These figures are bound to sell them and to secure choice you should come at once Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in - J tho sympathy ftwaH and which ia tho most important affliction MV- - rs sfcWs S-t-f- fiffi MUm DunaWayj Jf thli cduntyt died FURNITURE WALL PAPEfi No Gil Main Streot 10 Bummer St DRAPERIES Louisville Ky BostonMass ART GOQDft Represented by J B Corner Main and Broadway Blackburn ty LEXINGTON KEfif UCKY -- Boots C CARPETS F BROWER CO Shoes 1 i CJ