You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hazel Green herald The Hazel Green herald 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Spencer Cooper Hazel Green, KY 1888 haz1888021001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hazel Green herald The Hazel Green herald Spencer Cooper Hazel Green, KY 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. l P V Td c A SPENCER COOPER AZEL iREEN Ownorand Editor - Devoted to the Development of Eastern Kentucky Herald t t 100 A YEAR Always In Advance Y0L- 1IL - rrii iiriiiii i -- uinrriirfT fi it ti iiii i - HAZEL CiREEX WOLFE COUNTY JCYM FRIDAY FRBRUAKY tificate series B 10 1888 iW 40 ISAAC W MAPEL ATTOItNHY-AT-LiA- W HAZEL GREEN KV Will practice iti all the Courts of Wolff Powell Menifee anil Breathitt counties Titles examined abstracts furnished tax- paid for iinn reidutits real ustate bought nod sold Collections a specialty JOHN II EVANS HAZEL GREEN KY And llvAh lOsTATi AtjnxT ALL OVER THE WORLD IN A WEEK in c o nrrestcd at Pittsburg Pa charged with bigamy He took unto himself two wives within a week to vote John Josopli Cullon lias boon Â¬ o Jessamine county is anxious v I5O00 to the Louisville Southern railroad which will rmi via Kichmond to Heattyville tho patronage of the public and x ill attend promptly to all bus mess entrusted to li is Iurc Rpectfiiully s olieitis Examiner of Depositions for Wolfe county OAlvEU BACK man owner of Wary Foil mn re and others has purchased the Walnut Hills stud iai in near Lcvington My for 27r0 en have petitioned the men of the town to lynch two wife murdercis Hulling and I looncck because of the laws delay Tlios II Stevens the horse- Â¬ At St Joseph Mo the wom- Â¬ Attomeys-at-La- w J J C Hack C JACKSON KKNTFCMY Breathitt County TO LYKIJSS countv was summoned Monay to appear before Judge Morton of the Fayette circuit court to answer the eliarge of cwntempt Hrooksido Mnitting Machine Co out of f00000 escaped t Florida was captured and placed under guard and again escaped Senator Leavv of Woodford County Attornoy Real Estato Agont the Practices in all Courts in Wolfe and Adjoining Counties and Court of Appeals 5jir Collections a Special ty 11 Geo II Carpenter swindled and Notary Public L a Jjexinr- ton enthusiast how much money Lexington has planted in Kentucky mountains to help develop them While I think Lexington is the best place to invest money in the hope of a sure and increased return I think any money planted in our mountains will also make a sine return Dont you know that I beliee Lexington will be immensely ben efitted by this mineral development As we are the nearest city to the mountains as well as a great railroad center 1 believe this will be a great distributing point for that section of couiitn Here will come the buyer as well as the seller of mountain timber ore and coal I think Lexington is destined to become a large city Town Talk in Lex ington Press J If Lexington contained n few more levelheaded citizens like the man above referred to it would be well with her Here in the mountains is the best place for investment in the wide wide world and if the citizens of Lexington had will compared to tliier wealth they would soon build a railroad into this section wonder said i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The eves of a large section of the country with money to invest arc turned toward the land flowing with milk and honey which is bevond the Kentucky Iliver Kentucky is about the only State in the Union in which under the circumstances there would spring up an apparently organ ized effort to hamper railroad building into such a territory The present Legislature should afford to all railroad companies desiring to penetrate that marvelously rich section fair and liberal charters The inter ests of the people should be protected while they are given every opportunity to encourage railroad construction The mis fortunes of n few unwise counties that bit olf more than they could chew ought not to shut the doors of others to the glad tidings of joy contained in the inspiriuz toot of the quadruped shod with steel Theres millions in Eastern Kentucky if Kentucky will only get them out Louisville Post Jn a speech in t he S Senate Senator Brown of Georgia said Whiskv and tobacco should be taxeil by the States so as to relieve the people of the States of a large part of the tax on lands hores mules cattle hogs sheep and other ptoperty The people are now taxed about 118000000 a year on liquors and tobacco and they pay the tax to support the State government in addition to this They should lie relieved of the double tax and the whis ky and tobacco tax should be paid into the State treasury for the support of the State gocninient and not into the Treasury of the Cnitcd States The internal revenue system is one of spies informers domiciliary vexation frivolous prosecutions illegal seizures cruel oppression and murder Â¬ Â¬ Edward 1 1 Camitox WoirK County My J A TAULBIiE Physician and Surgeon Hazel Green Wolfe Comity town My wa- - shot and killed at that place one daylat week bvDrT H McOce Hickman was trying to hack MeGce into mincemeat when the latter shot him in self-defens- ickmau of Bards Â¬ Â¬ e Â¬ KENTUCKY G EO K WJIITT Of Elliott County WITH king merchant Irs filed notice of nn appeal to the general term of the New York Su preme Court fiom the judgment of 10ISJ obtained against him by Miss Clara Camp bell in the recent breach of promise suit Charles Arbuckle the coffee Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Henry Knoefel fanners of Shelby coun ty fitty head of choice grade Holstein and 210 W Market St Lortsviiu My Soliits tlu patronage of KaMrru Kentucky Jersey bulls and cows for breeding purposes lor Blank Rooks Blanks vce The cattle Were shipped to their immense cattle ranch in palace stock cars costing 33 IICRATIM JOIJSK Proprietor 500 each from Shelbyville My to Kl A T PrKUcrr 117VA Go JJMiindyllPasoTcxas has purchiised fiom Â¬ Â¬ MOKHAV COlNTY MY Paso L The house is new and newly furnished Tate first class and charges Sample room furnished com menial men Good stable in connection and special care taken of horses JAt my store will be found a general stock of merchandise at iouKsr liiteiSlop at iny hotel and buy goods at my tore J5frIf you wish to save moiiey lX throughout reasonable - poms HOUSE CAMPTON KY Kent- Â¬ delivery division clerk of the free of the Post ofiiee Department at Wahington has met with an encouraging bit of for tune which may lead to better still lie was promoted from a 1000 position to one with a salary of 1J00 attached He was a resident of Lexington for some years teach ing school there ucky Win a 13 Lambuth of recent U Â¬ Â¬ The Woodford Kailway Co Â¬ Jit F 0 Boots and Shoes and 07 will on the 10th of this month submit to the Woodford county court the following S S COMBS lROIKIKTOU proposition To build a road from Versailles The patronage of the traveling public is to Lexington for the sum of0UOO subscripresptct fully solicited Tabic the best and No part thereof to be paid tion a follows everv attention for the comfoit of quests until the V and M railway is completed v jk a from Liiwreneehurg to Georgetown My and Woodford county railway from Versailles to Lexington My and no further subscripK3KZ9Xtr bji- Svr7i CWJttatealt tions to be asked for In the Woodford Coun Ky last week arrested Edward A Mace at J nave located ftLg M lU HP Fire Creek W Va He is charged with be line ty llailway Co at Ezcl Mor- - XtCfo U hand ing an accomplice in the robbery and mur sVjjgJ van county I of Clocks JewA novel race for a wife a lrv and Watches Also a lineof fine Spec rich wife at that is to come oil in Tennes der of Lizzie OToole at Fast Kentucky The officer Junction in December last tacles and Eye glasses Will sell goods at eitv prices ami uuarantoc satisfaction Re see A joung lady worth 100000 has two claims that Mace cknowlcdgcd his guilt and suitors ami being unable to decide which made a clean breast of the alliiir to him pairing a specialty and work warranted T F CARR Respectfully Ac she loved best determined to settle the mat- fastening the guilt on himself ami the three ter by a foot race The young men are to men now in jail at Grayson Ky named run a distance of four miles and the winner Stamper and Moore Mace ha been under is to have the irl and the fortune Rich detective surveillance for some time but a mond Register lo Will the gal herself be worth her cost letter written to his girl led to his exact cation and arrest Mace is evidently trying to the winner If not though he can have to relieve his burden by turning States evia royal time with her wealth dence lie was taken to Grayson The undersigned will begin school in Eel Po- to last week Morgan county MONDAY JAN i 1S8S licmau Hurke at Lexington last week He which will continue five mouths and she George Cora a colored Baptist preacher was kindlv solicit- a liberal patronage from all hit the officer with a slung shot At the sentenced to six years in the penitentiary same place a few days before Kugene Hut friends of education Kactity Mrs Mary Niokrll General sell fired two 11 calibre balls into the body forstealingahorse from the editor of the Literature Mrs Anna I Fields instrumen of Owen Hradley and Hutscll was released State Wheel tal Music Served him right Anybody that would on 100 bail tikms ok tuition steal from an editor deserves punishment 2 S Primrry Department Lexington likes to keep prominently d did the editor get 7 fit Intermediate before the people and her citizens are But where in the Languages Ac the horse is a question that puzzles us doubtless indulging in these little broils to Music of 1 50 convince the Legislature that Lexington is Hoard per week Address Mils MAltY F NICKHLL Cincinnati closed its doors Monday and 1 the place for the capital to It Decamp the Vice President wits arrest ftliza TUGGLE fultjc certificate of as AVITIT be hanged in Clay county Ga on Friday ed for certifying ton sets in December last had her sentence commuted to imprisG- l Decamp That name sounds familiar onment for life Klia murdered her father j o it n i us ok Wonder if ho is related to that large and killing him with an ax All the details were so of the bloodiest description and not one influential family that lias furnished many cashiers word of extenuation was urged in her beÂ¬ Â¬ SffiBS w Af nic y Â¬ Alarshal Whiltan Ashland Â¬ Â¬ and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SELECT SCHOOL Â¬ Jas Quinn tried kill At Jackson Tenn - Â¬ I cor- Kentucky Legislature Son nte Mr Pieratt offered the followinir bill has made its appearance Speaker Carlisle is JiliJl ill ill wil11 wcro pnssod Defining the houndar n counties of Morgan mii tween is mir m in of thnome of lila Congress for the first time since his illness MnRoffln amending acts providing for work- JC oiimtul to custody of the SunerilltciHlcnt of jailers of Pike Letcher theMartin Knott i the Pliiladeldiia tiostofhce is under arrest Johnson Elliott and Carter counties for taking a necktie from a package of ma changing the time of holding the Quarterly lianes JHOrOClll agCU llian Court of Lee county The House Sattif-of Lexington was Saturday strangled to day passod a bill providing for tho an est death by the breaking of a cancer in his and confinement in the workhouse hospital throat or alms house of all vagrants and it defineAt Newton Georgia Amos these to be all persons found without visible Grant murdered his wife his son and his menus of support or those who fall through wifes sister and then killed himself He drunkenness to provide for their familicir An act changing the iiainc of the county was insane at the time scat of Elliott county from Martinsburg to Ten prisoners burrowed like groundhogs out of the rotten Uiiiontown Sandy Hook was also passed Sixty bills oi Pa jail last week and decamped taking a local nature went through with a whoop Gov Buekuer vetoed the bill incorporatheir shadows with them ting tho Utigby Railroad and Mining Co Louis Tatealias Chas Stew- Â¬ because the company was allowed live yearn art who in 1SSI killed Willis Moore for five to commence construction and ten years to cents at Ilopkinsville Ky was arrested at complete the road He thought It might Evansville Intl last week prevent other companies from operating The Government has wisely who might wisli lo build in the meantime In the Senate but little business was determined to arm all of its postal employes who are engaged upon the roads in the West done on Saturday It was just after thf where mail robberies most frequently occur Lexington frolic and that body adjourned The steamboat Lee Howell early in the dav running between Helena Ark and Friars Jn an interview in regard to Point Miss sunk three miles above the the Equalization Board recently Auditor latter place Friday afternoon No lives lost Hewitt said Anyone who will take the Tom FJlis editor of a paper Auditors report for any year I care not called the Hornet an unsavory sheet pub what year and carefully compare the aver Â¬ lished at Birmingham Ala was shot ami age valueH as shown therein as between iiioi tally wounded Saturday by Detective counties both on realty and personalty will be able to see at once very great irregulari Sullivan ties in side of each lien Hopkins late assistant other often year counties along cattle of HenA or two ago the cashier of the Cincinnati Fitlelty bank was derson county were assessed at an average Saturday found guilty of complicity in mis valuation 8M per head while those of using tins funds Motions for an arrest of Hopkins lying alongside were nssessed af judgment and a new trial were made and an average value of 1M per head Mu leu will be argued before Judge Jackson of the in Whitley county were assessed at an aver- Â¬ F S Court tomorrow age value of per head and those in Gov nuckner has declined Woodford nt fil per head Bath county to surrender to the West Virginia authori- was assessed at an average of 1015 per ties the members of the Hatfield party now acre and Montgomery lying alongside nt in jail at Pikeville He holds that the mat Mason county was assessed at an ter is for the courts and not the Executive average of J1 12 per acre and Madison ut to decide and suggests that the Ilatfields 1787 Certainly there was need of equali can secure an early bearing by suing out zation there there was not a fair distribu writs of habeas corpus tion of taxation between these counties C apt Jack Martin oneof the And so might multiply instances almost It is absolutely necessary to most respected ami widely known citizens without end of Winchester Ky died at that place Fri have some kind of supcrviaion for the whole Assessors will uatura ly differ in day aged sixty live years During the late S ate war he was an officer in tho Twentieth Ken their standards tucky Federal Infantry Foi many years A Washington special to the he has been prominently identified with the Courier Journal Friday says Here is big lumber interests of the county and good news for Kentucky The Commit- Â¬ A remarkable couple were tee on War Claims has unanimously reportrecently seen in Nashville Tenn making ed in favor of Congressman Montgomerys purchases at the stores The man was eight bill to puy Kentucky the interest on the lect four inches in hefgiit and weighed 100 money she expended for the equipment of pounds while the wife was only four feet troops during the war If the bill passes two inches high ami weighed the saina ut and this sort of a report will certainly give the man They were buying present for it a great send oil it will bring a round half million dollars to the State treasury amV their eight boys and eleven girls wipe the existing debt Members in the House from Stone out Kentucky chairman Congressman of of the ComArkansas refuse to recognize any other promittee on War Claims deserves much credit nunciation of the name of their State titan for pushing tho measure to such an ndvan Arkinsaw the Legislature having declined tageous report lie will report the bill to that to be the only legal designation of that the House tomorrow or Monthly and guide i nininon weal on rnul it ntiinng the Solons If this bill partses it And Congress should passu lawmaking will be a tall feather in the cap Of the now the spelling conform to the pronunciation member Judge Montgomery of Hardin llttllie Uarnes only daucrhl- - county er of A G Barnes a wealthy banker of V Wondor how much of this pieV up laylorsvillc 111 has put on the hyuienial will come to the mountains It could be harness with her fathers horse trainer Geo best expended in lurnpiking our mountain L Banks thoiirougbfarcs and if put to such use it Guess theyll drive together prettv well would redound to the benefit of the entire if she dont want to work in tho lead all the Stnte Let the Legislature consider tho mat time Even then he ought to hold her to a ter at once level gait Anew eounterrcit silver innj mlll irii9 tmi V - J h I Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4- 1- m Â¬ Â¬ iif Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5 A case of voodooism which takes the cake comes from Ohio A woman conceived the idea that she had witches ami to ritl her of them another woman used greenback poultices compounded of bills The furnished by the aflli ted critter voodoo wo in nn doctor got 100 but she also got in jail and will very likely go to the penitentiary thousand aurcs ot laud in Texas that the an thor of the following was a country editor One third of the fools in this country think they can beat the lawyer in expounding the law one half think they can heal the doctor healing the sick two third of them think they can heat the minister in preaching tho gospel and all of them know they can beat the editor running a newspaper I The Metropolitan Bank Randall sentenced Â¬ Ringgold Co Â¬ WcjU wager our title to fifty Â¬ WEST PE VRL STREET CINCINNATI OHIO BANK TRADERS DEPOSIT MT STERLING KY loads of corn potat- Â¬ Two The public Hentiinent against the infliction of capital punishment upon a female oes and othurfood were sent to the Kansas was the strong argument urged and which sufferers last week from Pierre Dakota The finally saved her life The SliorifTof Clay Chicago and Northwestern furnished free county had been practicing on the scaffold transportation Itailroads are a pretty good thing to with a rag dummy for a week have around where it is dosirod to relieve half Â¬ car While reproaches are beinc J 31 I3IGSTAFF ProuMent W W THOMSON MIIECT011S Cashier cast on the people of the mountain counties for the lawlessness prevailing there it is but just to note that the execution of Jas Buch anan which is set for March 2nd in Wolfe county will be tho second legal hanging in that counfy in three years for the crime of Â¬ distress t V James Chorx It R Drakk rS41r jt Andrkw hiqiiland Filler apoplexy startled the inhabitants of Lexing ton Friday nigh Miss Anna Craig dropped dead She was about forty live years of age wealthy and charitable well known In murder But cw of the boasted civilized church and society circles and her death is precincts can show as rigid enforcement of deplored by a host of friends law as this Courier Journal Auditor Howitts new reve Boasted civilized precincts is good nue law has been a bonanza to the State a but usually they arc blatant cowards who Blueher as it were The Increase in tho persist in maligming the mouutaln people property listed for taxation amounts to 08 instead of enforcing the law 000000 and the added revenue is 100000 Â¬ A sudden and sad death by Washington City news is to the eflcet that Gov Meriwethers bill for salary due him as Governor of New Mexico had boon reported favorably to the House Comptroller It grants him nearly 7000 Durham will knlfetlic accounts of Governor Swinefoni of Alaska who has fallen into Representative ways lie does not approve White tho member of Congress from Hie Fort Wayne Intl district who is iinnatu ralized will not lose his seat as a number of the Democrats wtll vote with thu ltcpub Beans to retain him boy was made drunk by a party of turpentine bunds near Longvlow Ga on Friday and going to the home of his brother Junto Pope killed three children Filling a large kettle used for scalding hogs with boiling water Harroll commenced his horrible work by inducing one of the children lo en tirely undress after which he suddenly tripped the little fellow up and landed him in the kettle where he was literally boiled alive The next child restated but Han ell felled her to he ground with nn iron oar mid while she was still insensible threw her into tho caldron with the boiled corpse of her brother The remaining child was the youngest of the trio and picking it tip by the ankles Harrell watt beating its head against a tree when attracted by its cries it parents rushed up ami the young murderer fled The little ones skull was no badly fractured however that death resulted that nighU Tho flesh of the children in the kettles Was literally boiled from their bodies i Can any human conceive a sufficient punishment for such a fiend Â¬ Hubbard Harrell a colored f a man ninned Bush In Grccnnr Bounty on Saturday last over a debt of forty fivu centi Tho murderer escaped to Ohio but was captured and brought back and before now hai probably been made row food by a lynch lug party Jas Brown shot and killed Â¬ v Ai WfT yvj SZ2ES323EE2S - V T- - jjrtj r r T y r7 Hazel Green Eerald BPENCBR COOPER 1ubmfccr happened to me Bnld Plupbc It would bo a now experience If I didnt regret this Its very foolish of you said McArdlo Hesldes you nro treating mo pityingly with grout cruelty You have engaged my feelings Hut under tho elivumfltuneoR you ap prehend It would ho better to conceal Hint matter flashed out Pliosbe McArdlo let his lower lip hang pendulous Whllo his bouho of injury grew ho I wont go nny further with you I wont go up to the house suld pausing Oood Â¬ AAZEL GREEN AN OLD TIME KENTUCKY PEDAGOGUE Slowly ndown tho village Htrcot With ifroplnir cano nnd fullering foot Ho goos oach dny through cold or hunt Old Daddy Hicks Tho hair Is Hcutit upon his houd HIb eyes ore dim his noso Ih rod Andyol IiIh nilon Ih Ntcm nnd droad Old Uuddy Hicks Tho vitiligo IndulilK form descry While yet nfnr mid boldly cry For boar nro Hourue nnd rods uro high Old Daddy HIcki tJut when tbclr fathom mcot his glance rticy nod nnd smile and look mkancu Ho taught tlioin onco tho Modoc dunce Old Daddy Hicks Still socins with awful power endued Old Daddy Hicks They feel u cringing of tho knee Those fathers yet whonocr thoy see Adown Uio walk puco solemnly Old Daddy Hicks Tho tolls and pains How Jong wo cling to Horvltudo Uow long wo keep tho school boys mood You Wldo Is his fame of how lie taught And bow bo lodged untl reckoned naught Old Dnddy HIcIsh Ho had no hick of wuyg nnd means To truck the loiterer on the greens Ho scorned all countcrfoltuaud screens Old Daddy Hicks Oh dire the day that brewed mlihnp that knowledge bought eye aftpr the other holding a fold of it over IiIb linger point When you discard me you ure injuring yourself Poor child It will never profit you any to cherish Micro other feelings Why did I never dlspino you before exclaimed Phwbe seeming to expand and Ilow could I feel a protecting blaze kindness for you und tuke pleasure iu doing 3ou what little services I could I apprehend Mint you he said Btiflly allude to the trilling sums 1 have been forced by an ungenial fate to borrow from you 1 never No said Pluuhi relenting thoughtof them I am a miserable girl but princess enough iu my feolings to make you Who else do you suppose will come out us 1 have done waiting forexpla nations to bo made afterwards You seem to admire your conduct very much she said He keenly glanced at her You aro uttuched to Homebody else I feel it Hutitcairbe nobody but lurley I said good bye said Plnobo ittandlng taller There was a thrill of auger iu her voice Insisted McArdlo Ho Hut ono moment took out his handkerchief and wiped one Ardlo utterly refuse byc thou said Pliucbo meditated Mc- Â¬ Ab you pleiiBO Bald Ourloy throwing It It does ncrom hli arm and moving on hor she reared directly over Thane and smell of cigars I feel like a yrnnd wood flung him by her bridle off liin feet Hnort ehoptv cUUklng along this way It wasnt cigars You know it wasnt ing uud neighing sho cluttered up the want you to put it on please avenue bringing Ourloy out of the house clgarfl followed by Tom Holmes who paused on is a conflict of Here said Hurley the stop with Mrs Holmes In the doorway wills The Jliic tcmpcrcd but firm inolnstlo behind him womans will uud the big brutal mans will Never mind called back Gurley Hholl If ho gives way he eroatcB a daugeroiiB pre let mo catch her when she gets over hor cedent and In this case makes himself confright Hometlilngs frightened her temptible Likely story exclaimed Tom Holmes mild Plnvbe It isnt uny conflict Im only begging you to do ns I wunt you to Thats the artful way in which the wom- Â¬ ans will ojMrates laughed Hurley Hut I will obey you he added with gentle seri ousnens even iu this case lccuuno your bliglitest wish is going lo have a life long power over me No gunped Pluibe feellnr her heurt clone its muscles as with a gripYes My place Is t your bridle rein He turned his lace up toward her his eyen smiling through the dark and threw Uio coat around his shoulders buttoning it unI dont want to be too warm der his chin while you are not wrapped at all though said And thats a muns obedience Pluibe in a strange voice which she could not make playful against him or whether PIkdIkj frightened Whether Hcbb at thin point mtorly rebelled SCHOOL AND CHUHCH Did you say you were boiod by the Anil did yout floriiioii last Sunday Muy bo ott will children hour you 1 Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Yes bis loyal obedience SNOUTINO AND NIMOMIMI rpi0 UK jL IAmtUK UP That brought to luckless back hlH strap To banging head his dunces cup Old Daddy Hicks No blottod pugo dared meet his eye Us owner quaked and wished to die When rod In bund In wruth strode by Old Duddy Hicks Me Of welcome to wlmt you have had Only Old Da Idy Hlck Now down his lifes long slow decline He wuUch nloue nt eighty nine Tho last of his illustrious Mu- Â¬ coid Duddy II irks -- Alblon Matj 1illowt In ndlanapolh helped them up tho thorny Bleep Wisdoms path with pain to creep With vigilance that might not sloop speak another word to me to night She turned her back on him and ran toward the lawn gate McArdlo stood with his hands iu his over coat iMicketH until the uir grew dusker around him He walked down bill slowly knowing how Jhdibe must shrink at the mipper table how the constraint would drive her up Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dont Journal stairs and how shocked Mrs Holmes would be if she knew what be hud said to Ilurbe him smarting and he occupied so much time iu his saun A variety of hMiuk kpl A Brothers Keeper LOVE AND DUTY Â¬ TOHAllS WORK OF BY MABY HAHTWELL GATHEItWOOD Stkphun CnAQUi o doom AOTiioit or OirrmuK Cauin 1SY1 Tin Lost Mans and Otiiuii Stoiuus ly he A V1 -- Copyrighted pr V htllojg Xtwrpa Company CHAPTKU Wlmt huvi wo to Iontoiil f hiiIiI Phouhe Under tho rireumstunecs In continued Wo nro growing nil us if just grated tioth ulono iu the world us it won And Ihcro wo iooplo who would suy UIh un Huitublc but I can not agree with thorn Therefore Htild McArdlo with n llouriuh of his lmnd I apprehended I hud bettor as sume tlmt our friendship was but a slight Â¬ ontinhii know wlmt you uro talking about snid Phucbo If you hnvo hoard things uguinst me it would bu kinder to tuy away I I hare hourd thitigH MIhb Plurhc ac knowledged JiloArdlo magnanimously Ho placed IiIb baton tho dunk and steadied liini From wlintMiis--thi- s holf in his position brothorThornoy of yotirH Iiuh lot drop and various circumstances It appears there nro inattotH which will ncod explanation betwixt you and mo Hut boforo those mat tors aro I ho huntoucd silencing her explained want to express my vIowh nnd plaiiH In spito of tho fact that the church will reiiuirc mo to nmko a very circumspect selection nnd also iu spito of tho fact that I know my cousin Mrs Holmes will opioso it 1 am determined I apprehend that you under 1 ono dont Â¬ Â¬ standi said Phoebe lifting hor eyes from a carved Hlit in hor desk which boiiio unruly boy while Bitting there in durance had 1 dont know turned into an ink canal you mean what Tho muscles of MeArdlos faco expressed vexation Then I will oxplain I imped to bo more cordlully met by you Miss Phmbo You miroly feoluuliuppy and unprotected I cant remember over feeling otherwise Hut moro bo now than at soino provlotiH date 1 offer you my protection Wo can bo of muttiul nsHistuucc You could Htlil touch or find soiuo other congenial occupu ah In cultivatlion and I could -- ustdst ing your mind It would bo best for you to go away from hero no doubt I Hhould ho at thoological Bchool uud for tho present wo would keep tho mutter quiet What matter pilot I inquired Plicebe replied McArdlo wipOur murringo ing his heated faco with a handkerchief ho hud bought with money borrowed from hor Aro you asking mo to murry youf 1 apprehended It would Hcarcoly bo ho responded uocessury to explain that with iiHporlty Hut 1 dont want to murry you Im Consider wlmt you uro Haying I know it muy booui u presBed McArdlo No Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ out ho picked his way along by her sldo looking at hor occasionally with InoreuBlng X pared lo fuston tho door Htrango projwHltlon to you just now ltdocB Huld Phoebe But 1 mean it and will tuko tho risks said McOnly prudonoo Bccms to dictate Ardlo going over his ground ugaln Unit for tho prosont wo hoop our own counsel suld Phcobe J wish youd go away upon which MoAnllo aturod ut hor with ahirtled oyos Ho waited iu various uneomfortablo uttl tudeH whllo ho put on hor hIiuw und pre- Â¬ Â¬ Then stepping chagrin und Indignation would like to know wlmt I urn to appre hend from tho last remark you mudo J dont want you to tulle ho to mo But under tho elrouniHtuncoB tmrely MiMllimbo Undor any olroumHtanroB You moan to convoy n rofusul As MtiArdlo tried to pondor tho fact his eottntwiHBco hardened Youll regret it almost ever tUlutf which ever Â¬ 3jcrt tering that it was night before be saw the lights of Jreensburg Hurley turned bis iuures head toward the hill road as McArdlo passed the Mounds They exchanged a word barely distinguishing each others faces McArdlo could picture Hurleys horse cutingyou with calls lately standing by the Holmes hitchiiig post Hut No said Phoebe earnestly he could not picture lhuho looking out ut it Nof Take my arm back to tho house from her chamber window as rho did and wont youf Theres a harrow or part of an hesitating to answer tliecallers demand for old wagon bed wrecked hereabouts and the herself starlight is hardly strong enough for us to Oh tho wonder palace whispered see it know tho bearings pretty well riuehe to her unresponsive window sill hor though voice hissing softly through the darkness of Mr Hurley will you do a great greivA the room inu t put my head into it for a service for me minute and imagine things I must pretend Dont you know I would do anything in I am a little happy In tho wonder palace I the world for you have always been a girl like Miss Fawcett Hut thin is so risky so dangerous I and a friend has oino to call on me and I ought not to ask it want you to take am just trailing down stairs iu a long soft me to Mr Markers I am afraid to stay drosfi to meet hi the friend It is sunny here weuther and I have flowers by my waist Afraid said Hurley There he stopped and in my hnir And now ain just reach without dwelling even in thought upon tho She opened her eyes probable cause ing out my hand tho wonder palace being shattered by u You aro not afraid of Hess anyhow ho noise outsido At first it appeared tho observed with a slight laugh Or hor friend was riding uwny as friend so often present saddle either Will you ride her do outside of wonder palaces but when lie uud let me lead silhouetted himself ugaiust the lighter Oh thank you background she saw it wus her brother Not nt all I assure you And I know Thaiio White you can mount from the hand Thats it Plidbu threw her window up and pene you at all comfortable now trated the distance betwixt them with a low Are 1 feel safe alreplied Phoibe Yes but distinct call Ho looked over bis shoulder and drew ready She muut learn to walk and sho bates rein The young mare moved resentfully it said Hurley as they started Hess givdescribing uneasy hall circles and kept ing an impatient jerk ut her rein Iain said You aro not going I do that Psyche having a ladys saddle made Plwebe luwrett offered me hers but it is hardly Comedown here ho replied cautiously modern enough so Im having one made beckoning You said youd according to my notions If I leave the window you will gallop oft ride with mo Hut I scarely expected wed Hut dont think Ill not tell set out this way Ho uttered a derisive hiss Pluibe laugliud Im open to argument ho replied if Hut Im glad she hates to walk When youre quick Pluebo ran silently down tho back stair you go home ride fast There lhight bo way and approached him Ho restrained something on tho road I have an adventure below here the plunging uniuial ami leaning from the Some fellow saddle struck a mutch uiii his boot and said Hurley recollecting tried tho prank of grabbing my bridle but held it to his face he inquired indicating a I marked him and he probably get ex Seo that cused from ehupol for a few days vivid wolt acrofif his cheeks and nose breathed What is that by the gate Thutti what your daisy iu the house gave mo as ho was riding Mils way I put my Pluibo shrinking toward tho horseu neck Nothing but a bush hand on his bridle uud meant to borrow a Oh yes I remember brotherly cash Its your fault till little Our eves will soon be accustomed to tho round Ive been out ulong tho road the dark 1 dont believe know the best route dayn and couldnt mine anything lust few to Harkers They live off the main road Tliis horrell oven things up dont t hey f help naid Phoebe Ill call for Yea and if we turn into tho woods here Call and Ill bo out of sight before you your breath again This is a by the school house there is a sled road can draw roadster Tell you what Ill do though If which will lead us Into the woods near tho school house they you insist Ill sell you tho horse toru hun dred dollars Thorney says youve got a accordingly turned Tho night uir made a hundred dollars hid away Taint sulo to far away nolian sound among tree limbs wait but Ill wait one minute whllo you and beyond the Hollow Hays dogs could be heard harking at intervals bring out tho money Plm bo cowered onco or twice again but Thane ItH no use to tell you Thorney the rentluel object ahead of them ulwnyu nnd I urodestltuto Not nblt I dont want MiIb horso par- proved to be u stump Instead of Thane Sho must have turn or money glanced hocl vurd suspecting that ho laid ticularly hut You can buy mo off cheap thi time and followed them ho hud disappeared too soon overthrew him to bo far off As this Ill honoBtly clear Theres a person Inme after Hpsb und Hess feet trod undisturbed Hurleys neighborhood I dont want to have see How many tunes have you honestly ahead however Pluebes confidence re turned cleared If you come to harm on mv account A good many Hut Im telling you clear It aint healthy for mo here now Ho sho said I would not know how to en truth horoB a good horso und the equipments dure It Do you think these woods uro full thrown Iu going for less than hair price cash in hand Hun nnd fetch your money of wolves and robbornf laughed Hurley As long ago as my Jacket days they hadnt once run und fetch your money twice even a wildcat to make thorn intereatlng fiuid Phcebc doBporatoly I will 1 Painter Is tho only monster that is buh ho stipulated Down to tho gute goiu to do any jxn od to haunt them now Have you any wantu fulrsturt if youre wrap out Arent you cold f thing mean In a bureau lust a little cold hut 1 hadnt noticed it Hhe ran upstairs groped took out u Bealed envelope und held myiielf I did not stop for a shawl And drawer whut will they think when they llnd you ure it up ugalnat the window light Thon sot gone without nny overcoat ting her teeth she slipped down ngaln Theyll think Im chuslug Hobs toward Get off uud give me the bridle hi my replied Hurley in uinusonient hand mild Phoebe when Thuuo reuchoil her stable It was fortunate I snatched up my hut from tho saddle for her envelope Here you must let mo wnip this uround Ho luughod but dismounted looking huh He halted Hens your shoulders plolously toward tho house The sitting What In Itl Inquired Plnjbo but tho room ourtuiiiH inufllod their lanii llght but IlundyH baclc kltchen cuudle fluted out on gleam of his hlrt Rleeves wub token enough Â¬ Indeed I wont take your cout Mr Hurtho wood pllo whllo sho wushed dishes und soured among tho r flora of tho tuno called ley Indeed I will not If you dont put It on iiguln Ill go buck in tho dark by myself Hebron I keep tho brldli myself my lady suld It is not a cold night 1 dont bhlvcr because 1 urn chilly Tlmne till tho monoyH counted out Â¬ cold You butter lot mo help you repeated Tom Holmes with merry laziness withdrawing into the house as he Bioke We dont want you rolling ubout hero in Ho Hess our way responded Hurley he coaxed walking towards come ben his favorite as the closing door wiped its tablet of light from the ground Hut as he approached he traced another figure beside Hess holding the bridle I have her said Iluibe You didnt come out for that exclaimed CJurley Here she is Hold tight to hor bridle Mr CJurley Oh Hess is no runaway At least she wasnt before you put a premium on her capers I am obliged to her for bringing you down stairs May be Ive been peine lIHII I knew that mnred have some trick nnd now you see hIiob unhitched herself Shall I come and help you f I wont No replied Hurley laughing have you Shes just up here iu a corner Shut the door Mrs Helmed will catch Till Â¬ They moved forward iu silence save the sound made by walking Pluebe felt the blood bent in every part of her body The sheltering woodr seemed warmer having a spice of odorous barks and the breath of the first spring flower iu the air I never have been on this path before said Hurley Have you No never Oh bieathed Pho be what am I saying I huve been through these woods often Id like it lie continued if we were going straight on to Heaven knows where Some happy valley muy be So far as my Interest iu the matter is concerned the roBt of creation may go by the board This is How keen tho an unusual ride isnt it starlight is Two going down to Hgypt to escape Herod I feel quite safe from Herod said Plaebe rubbing an agitated palm on Hess neck with you Hut there isnt any happy valley or pleasant cud tothlsride ltaavery unhappy valley And your place is not at my bridle rein Tho existing fact disperses that statement Hut I mean anymore Now is always the beginning of hereI am hero uow hot after said Hurley a stronger man put meoiitof my place if ho Â¬ Â¬ can Listen said Pluibe sitting alert And dont you see somebody coining yonder As they crunched on feet approaching them crunched also anil two figures wav ered now together and uowupurlu they picked firmer footing about the roots of wayside trees Hurley drew a deep breath of regret as he looked up at Ilueho ind sho said Its Mr and Mrs Harker I know his 1 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ u horn huve wo here deniunded the master as the parties encountered each other Oh Mr Harker I wus coming to your house And you are going away Yen but you nave us a walk Miss Phdbe Wo veie setting out to see you Is this young Hurley Hood evening sir good evening Hood evening responded Hurley car rying bin white sleeved hand to his hat In saluting the masters wife Its flattering to have a convoy sent out for us Miss Phoebe has been trembling through the woods but she ought to feel safe iu the heart of a party like this Why you surely didnt expect to bu molested child said Mrs Harker with a pang of anxity in her tone I hesitated Phoebe didnt know Â¬ voice Â¬ further now Mr can walk its but a step You can ride fast through tho woods going back and watch the dark pluces along the road He will proceed with us to the house said Mr Harker decidedly Hurley I Nc d you go any wonder some day why your children do noL go to church Miss Story the daughter of n cler Â¬ gyman iu the north of Ireland lets won the Literature Scholarship of 100 u year for live yours awarded by the Hoyul University of Ireland The American Home Mwsiouary Society has aided iu ihtuLiu i IU7 churches and 1000 ministers nto uow under commission VVt preuoliir g in Public Opinum foreign languages Tho study of Volnpttk the now universal languiiire is obligatory upon tins students of the Hoyul Gymnasia of Munich In Russia it is permitted to be used iu telegraphic trunsiu ssiou Children have full use of their eye and ears before their tongues have mustered language and coiiHiijuonlly they aro learning lessons of good or evil sooner than many people suppose Dakota is nettled by an educated people who have made ample provision for the education of tho rising genera- Â¬ tion Look over the domain of prairie und the country school is seen in tho most sparsely settled regions - The Second AdvontisU of Long have appointed March Hraneh N 111 1888 as the day for winding up tho a flairs of thus world nnd their Notwith- Â¬ translation into another standing the importance of this mat Â¬ ter they nro tranquilly following their business without apparent anxiety The Spurgoon family in Loudon is represented by throe clergymen The membership under their cure it is f aid constitutes more than ouc sixlh of the membership iu the London Haptist Association Mr Thomas Spurgenii son of Charles II is pastor of one fourth of all the Haptists in New Zealand A gift of real estate valued at 10 000 has been made by o Muor Thomas 11 Poodle of Newark NL to the First Uaplist Church for tho site of a new church which Mr Poodle of- Â¬ fers to erect at Ids own expense at u cost of STiOOO This is the largest religious donation in tho history of Newark Public Opinion The Wesley chapel of the Meth- Â¬ odist Kpiscopul Church which was recently burned down as a result of in- Â¬ cendiary work iu Chattanooga Tenn was an old landmark of the city It was erected iu 1847 at Soddy and flouted down the river on a raft to Chattanooga where it was located on the site oi whiehit burned Dur Â¬ ing tho late war it was used for an arsenal and prison Tins Scotch established church gets Lr0000 from tuxes and land and produce tiends and liars it has 2 000 direct from the Imperial treasury onsolidatcd fund and manses glebes and churches are valued at over 100 000 n total of fully 70000 of na- Â¬ tional property held for the benolit of a minority witli disestablishment tho propertj would be available for educa Â¬ tional and local purposes benefiting all He Muzzled the Dog Must dog yesterday lie Â¬ You shouldnt turn me off as a bad es cort the moment you can better yourself to encounter dark pluces along the road and so on Youll want to see the lire said Mrs Harker Seems as if neither of you has Â¬ Certainly I shall corroborated Hurley put some mule on my asked at police headquarters on warm enough thing You got my note did you Mr Harker t Â¬ 1 Â¬ Well no not now Dots how I belief it was niself Can I do somethings mit a hoy What for Vhcll a few days ago a boy conies by my place My big dog vhas oudt dours Dot boy half a dog ubotidt m My dog chaws him oop iu two high Dot boy comes in uud ays minutes if I done put some muzzle on my dog he haf him shot I see I puts dot muzzle on To day my dog vhas oudt doors Dot boy comes along mit his shinall dog When ho Seek seen dot muzzle he cries out him Tiger uud dot shmull dog licks my big dog until lie cant shtaud oop Vhas dot Homo conspiracy no more Do 1 half some false pre- Â¬ or what tense on dot boy or whill lie walk arouudl uud tell efery body dot it vhas a big shoko on Snyder Dntroit Jrcn -- Â¬ Prcxn m 1 Unlucky Wedding Days W llltlltlK ItKIN inquired Plunbe as thoy entered thf cleared space and saw the cabins bay win dow wavering with pleasant firelight replied the master got no note striding in the lead Ills wife walked by Hess right side and held tho girls tiuml iu her woollen shawl Hut I thought hut was why you wore coming sent you a note and wanted to see von It wuh necessury for mo to boo you We heurd tales explained Mr Harker And he thought und I did iu a low voice too wo ought to go over uud ice you Then you were coming uiyhow before I told you any thing suld Phoebe bearing heurtily upon Mm Harkers hand to uk covriNUxt VIS MV Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 According to an ancient and reliable chronicle there are thirty two days iu tin year that nro especially unlucky for marriages and journeys They are us follows January I 2 1 f 7 10 and lo February J 7 and 18 March and 7 April i and 11 May o untl June 7 anil 11 July i ami 17 August 1i and 111 September 0 and 7 Octo Â¬ ber 7 November 11 and UJ and De Â¬ cember lo 10 and 17 Kvery body knows that Friday is tho most unlucky day for a wedding while Wednesday Our and Thursday aro the luckiest was n grandmothers believed that it most unfortunate thing if the bride niter finishing her toilet and leaving WiioKvtiuiRtCHu fuss ttluut doing good her looking glass should turn around D doea very little ho who wlsLes to be wen again for a last glunco at herself and noticed when he is doing good will not wan also bad for her to see the man sh do it lonjr wh nbout to marry after ilrcssliig A iMioMisrsr dealer tu portlug goods and before the time hud come for tho Hays that Mexico buys moro pistol than ull ceremony Chicujo Jaurmil IM V IH AT 1 1 tho United Suites H Hazel Giusen Herald SPENUfilt CUOPISII PiibllHhQr e NT MAZKLiHtKEN THE END KKNTUCJrv The course of thu weariest river Kiidh In tliu grout gray sea Tin1 acorn forovor ami over Strives upward to tho tree Tin rainbow tho nicy adorning Shines promise through tins storm The glimmer of tho coming morning Through midnight loom will form IJy t It no till ItnotH nro riven Complex although thoy bo Ami pence will Drur loth to you ami tin Then though thu path may ho dreary Look onward to tho goal Though tho huurt and tho head bo weary Lot faith Inspire thu noul Seok thonght tho tho wrong hu tempting Kpoak tho truth at any uot Vain lt nil weak exempting When once tho gum u lost Let htrong hand and koen eye ho rutidy For plain ami amhtiHhed foes Thotivh earnest and fancy steady Hear host unto tho close The Tho the dark low winds aro complaining Vet tho Miuihlnu gilds the height And kVehim hU hidden treasure l or the patient und tho pure And lime gives Its fullest measure To tho workers who endure And tho Word that no law has shaken litis the future pledge supplied or we know that when wo uwaken WohuhII Imj untuned Tin iliujaziiit In avy clouds may ho nlnlng lint with evening conio tho light at IuhI lw given THE ANACONDAS BATH A Strango Sight Witnessed in a Bowery Musoum Tle SimkeIiintnr himI DMeourses 011 ItelutiH eiice with U10 ix Thrilling Kxporl- oil Hnnke the Crmituxc Mississippi ou ever hoo i snake tilccs Its biilhl I moan ono of the big twenty fool anacondas that arc tlio chief ob jects if horrible fascination in tlio Did Â¬ museums iroliibly it hasnt occurred most persons that snakes take baths but thoy do Cleanliness is so essential to their well loing Jiidoous and disgusting monsters though thoy aro in tho estimation of many nerv Â¬ ous people that if they miss their bath b oven a few hours they die I saw three of tho biggest snakes cvor known in captivity given a bath the other day It was in a IJowery mu lo which a leuthor lungod Mltni and ragged young man on tho sido walk invites the passing throng to come and sup their full of In a room upstairs there horrors was a long glass caso containing per- Â¬ haps m or eight anacondas Those were lolling sleepily about with their wicked looking oyos half shut and their glossy mottled bodies tied up in bow kriotH together The hoarse voiced gentleman in charge of them descanted volubly upon their life and habits It was a very common mistake to suppose that snakes in captivity wero kept under the inllueuce of drugs ho said They wens always sleepy after thoy had been led and persons who had to handle them took care that they wore fed often and regularly That was why Quakes in museums wore always seen to be enjoying a sort of dignified ease instead of getting up and smashing things to pieces as thoy might do if they could got their muscular bodies around any thing That was tho reason vhy snake charmers could han Â¬ dle their snakes with impunity he said and then ho wound up with encyclope- Â¬ dic facts about tho homo of tho una- onila and its habits of crushing cows and horses into shapuloss masses When tho crowd had wandered ofl to see tho Circassian Irincoss with tho bleached hair and tho rich Ulster ac- Â¬ cent tho hoarse voiced gentleman got down from his porch and carefully shutting tho doors of his domain wanted to know if I wanted to soo the snakes tako thoir baths He said there was not a particle of danger and it was a very interesting sight and whoa J had secured a nufo lino of retreat by getting part way down stairs I told Two assistants him to go ahead brought in a big tub bigger than a llarlom wash tub and put about throe Thoy tried tho tem- Â¬ fool of water in perature several times with therÂ¬ mometers and whon thoy had made it at seventy degrees they told tho chief of tho lavatory that thoy woro ready Wc heat tho watur to seventy de- Â¬ grees ho that It will be exactly tho Mime as the temperature of their cage You soo that the bottom of said he the cage is carefully lined with thick llannel Under it aro a lot of oil lamps which are kopt always burning to Their heat is I I over tlio bottom of tho cage The snakes are so very sensitive lo cold that lowering tho temperature ton de Â¬ grees would kill them That is why snakes nro tho hardest of all animals It re Â¬ to he kept alivo in captivity quires necssant watchfulness to neo that tho temperature is just right for them With that ho beckoned to ono of his lUsslstaitts anil approauhed the JfjX ono uldo was a little ulldinj eatro distributed by pipes all Do snakes it captivity crer show EELIGIOUS HEADING any attachment for thoir keepers Well Ive read thai they do and WHILE WE HAVE TIME some people have told mo so but I to nil do time never saw the slightest evidence of it menWhile wo havo unto lei uswho good of tho especially aro those I havo known snakes that have been household of faith Out el to undor the dally care of ono charmer While we havo time lot us do Rood to all men Tlfo Is too short for folding idle hands as they call them for ton years to bo Too short for stltltli loitering on tho way when just as dangerous at tho end of that Tho Mnster nays Ohey My Just commands time as they were at tho beginning Oo forth do good Dear Lord we only pray Thee Snakes havo no affections thats my fthow us tho way do Thou with us nhldo opinion and not much sense 1 dont Wu hear ho much of Cain we falu would say Wc want any of them for pots notwith Â¬ Aro not our brothers keener He our guide standing my twenty two years ox While wc havo tine perlence as it chief snake hunter While we have time lluhold there comotli a A Y Commercial Advertiser night the chiefs left hand grabbed it about Wherein no mnn can work een now His THE AMERICAN FLAG three feet from tho tail Giving u neon dexterous twist ho throw tho loop be Â¬ Wlioit It Was AdoptiMl mill How It la at Perhaps long past tho freshness of tho early daylight Irnsnnt innstrtuitoil tween his hands over one arm and Tho Master of tho vineyard may como soon In a resolution of Congress Juno 11 Shall we stand Idle all the day while they faint then ho had his snakeship at his For want of help the children of our King mercy The chief drew back slowly 1777 it was decreed that tho Hag of Dark gleaners for the prince of evil may taint the thirteen United States be thirteen so tis not to disttuh the other snakes The sheaves that wo should to our Master bring and in another minute had the big stripes alternately red and whito that While wo have time tho Union be thirteen stars white in a monster out into the air Held representing a now constel- Â¬ While we havo time We grow so soon weary One of the assistants seized tin loop blue This Hag was established by The nliiulows lengthen when our noon Is past of its body and the two bore it trying lation mado our morn ao Thy lovlng ltlndnuhs The feebly to struggle to the tub and law in Inly of the same year cherry We shiver In tho chilly evening blast plunged it in As soon us it struck plan was to add a new stripe for each now Stale admitted to the Union but Without Thy iSnieo that crowns our sleep the warm water tho serpent stopped with blessing wriggling and sank in quiet enjoy Â¬ by the rapid admission of now States And lays us safely nt the Masters feet ment to tho bottom Tho chief aiid tho added strlpo made the Hug too When we have gleaned Denr Iord tho tlmo Is pressing tho assistant did not let go of him largo and by a later act of Congress And we cro night would roach Thy mercy the stripes woro reduced to tho orig- Â¬ They swashed him gently to and fro ueat While we have tlmo as a laundress rinses out a dress They inal number thirteen and a star was added to the Union on the introduction Iht Churchman kept him there perhaps ton mi mi to of a new State When they lifted him out the other at Â¬ As at present constructed tho Hag is SINCERITY AND FRANKNESS tendants ran up with some towels and symmetrical in shape and proportion gently rubbed the big creat tiro ofl from Tho infantry Hag is six feet six inches Kxnnllnnt Virtues In Tlmlr Proper Tlmo mill Ilune The Duly of Imllug Might head to tail When he was complete Â¬ by six feet and has seven red and six unit tlio Duty of huoiiilns feel flight ly dried ofl tho chief gently insinuated whito stripes Sincerity and frankness aro very The llrst stripe at the him into the cage again and lotting top is red tho next whito and so on al- Â¬ well in thoir wav and in their go suddenly jerked his hand out of ternately the last stripe being rod time and place but thoir pro the cage and shut the door Knelt stripe should bo half as many tirioty depends very much on the We go through this operation every inches wide as the Hag is foot long spirit which is back of them If a ton days ho said If Wo didnt the and the Union should be one third the man Is cout ruled wholly by the spirit anacondas skin would got dry crack length of tho Hag and cover seven of Christian love and by a simple de- Â¬ open and in a short time ho would stripes iu width These dctnils differ sire to promote tho cause of truth and die It is a matter of absolute neces slightly in Hugs used in different or- Â¬ tho welfare of his follows ho can sit and not of choice you may be ganizations in some of which the Hag safely bo sincere and frank in tho ex- Â¬ sure Its no fun to bo lugging the is six feet six inches by four feet four pression of his opinions and feelings Did you notice inches the length big brutes around being one half in his intercourse with those who are how I caught him by the back of tho longer than tho breadth about him But if evil thoughts and is tho secret of the whole neck desires dominate him or unkind feel- Â¬ That In tho War Department the stars in business When you get hold of a the Held aro usually arranged in the ings have a place in his heart he has no snake there he is practically powerless form of a large star in tho navy thoy right to be sincere and frank in the In tho first place ho doesn t know are arranged In straight lines perpen- Â¬ outspeaking or in tho outshowing of fol- Â¬ what to do unlcsho can got his head dicular and horizontal The ordinary his innermost self so far to his His first duty in such a caso Is so that he can see what is go Hags used for display aro generally lows around ing on behind him In the next place made with no special regard for the to keep back tho uprisings of evil from within and to strive not for tho ex Â¬ tho pressure on the spinal cord and its fixed rules for their construction pression of his thoughts and feelings delicate nerves deadens the sensibility American Teacher as thoy aro but for thoir changing and partly stupefies the snake You Pipos Again in Fashion Kveiy man recognizes this truth with- Â¬ know that a man who is hanged feels in certain limits but most men fail to no pain after the drop falls oven if his Pipe smoking is on the Increase is not broken becauso of tho said a Fulton street tobacconist appl universally tho prlnciplo hero nook pressure of tho rope on tho nervos of Years ago it was not unusual to moot involved in all its legitimate bear- Â¬ ings If a man woro moved in anger If I should grab him six a half dozen men pulling on brier the neck to curso his fellow ho would hardly I do there would roots during a walk of as many blocks inches back of where bo the liveliest thrashing and pounding but until recently the custom has boon consider it a Christian duty to bo frank around that cage you over heard of regarded as vulgar and Patsoy with and sincere in his bold cursing accord- Â¬ and six men like me couldnt hold the his dudhecu was the only man who ingly If lustful dosiro for a moment he would him hold of crazy creature braved popular prejudice and saun Â¬ had its tho fact recognizo that Suppose one of your snakes should tered home with a pipo in his mouth expression and slneoro frank get away what would you do During the past few months it is sur- Â¬ It wouldnt worry us any Thats prising how many pipes havo boon would bo a sin on his part If on tho happened lots of times As long as old Nearly till tho old stock is gone other hand an un Chrlstian fooling of the snake doesnt crawl out into the and tho manufacturers are smiling at dislike or of antipathy swayed him in his feelings toward another ho cold and endanger his precious life we the prospect of a rush for the holidays tho dont care a snap Wo just throw a The profits are not meager but of mightit deludehishimselfto with frank idea and bo was duty that blanket over his head and while hu is course they aro nothing to those we sincere in the disclosure of his senti confused and struggling with it a make on cigars The male portion of or emotions Yet frankness couple of us rush in and get him by Now York begins smoking nowadays ments and sincerity would iu this case as in the neck and put him into his cage in at the age of seven years and novor tho other bo the unjustifiable disclos Â¬ I remember a jifly continued tho quits until death Cigarettes or coflln ure of evil that ought to have been ro an experience 1 nails as somo persons call them are hoarse voiced man prcssod until it was rooted out from had with a blark snake many years bought by every one Kvon young Sincerity and frankness tho heart I was sailing about with ono women school girls and old women ago aro a duty when the feeling which companion among the sloughs and blow a cloud occasionally We should is back of them is that which lagoons of the Upper Mississippi a all get rich tf there woro fewer in the ought to bo cultivated in ones region that used to swarm with the business Tho man who doesnt smoke heart and rejoiced over as found reptiles Wo were rowing along ono something nowadays is a rarity there They aro never morHorlous or day close to tho blull shores of a little N Y Mail and Express commendable when they are the island where tho water had hollowed prompting of a fooling which ought to Senator Evarts Humor out holes In the mud just tho place Iu fnC every porson bo changed for black snakes to crawl and sun Speaking of Goorgo Washington nl ought to try to seem toward every themselves Wo came all at once to ways reminds me of that good story of other uersou just as ho ought to feel one hole very much bigger than the how Kvarts told Lord Coleridge when toward that porson whether he fools others where thoro was a great mass thoy wero at Mount Vernon tho legend that way or not There Is a two fold of the reptiles it looked as though of Washington throwing a dollar duty In our relations to our follows Hut there was a thousand of them all tied across tho Rappahannock the duty of fooling right and the duty Of course it objected Coleridge up in a knot together the Rappahan Â¬ of seeming to feel right or iu other rewould never do to miss such a royal nocks a broad stream Yes words tho duly of right fooling and chance for fun as that so each torted Kvarts but you must ronieni the duty of manifesting right fooling of us took an oar and stuck into ber that a dollar wont further in those lleeatise fails iu tho a man the black mass at the same days At a dinner part not long first of those duties It is to time There was such a wriggling ago Kvarts was chafed a llttlo about his added discredit that ho fools and twisting of shining black bodies thu many stories attributed to him by froo to fall in the second There as you never saw in your life and the newspapers and incidentally this are persons who unhosltntlngly show Oh snakes wont wriggling ofl in every di- Â¬ one was praised as his host unkinduess or discourtesy or IndllTor rection We lammed them with tho said Kvarts modostly I dont say all enco to their fellows saying to them oars whonever wo could soo them and tho good things that aro credited to selves as thoy do so Im one who Is were having groat sport whon all of a me hvery now and thon some nn always frank and sincere Kvory body sudden I heard my companion give a nonymous newspaper paragraphor can know just how I fool toward scream of terror and plunge over Â¬ says a wittier thing than any of us them They do not realize tho truth board Uoforo I could understand tho Now what I might havo said to that their frankness and sincerity are cause of it a big black snake had Lord Coleridge was that it was not so a result of thoir unwillingness to feel wound itself around mo 1 tore at it strange that George Washington threw right iu tho first place and thon to with my lingers but its muscles were a dollar across a river since he threw a show that thoy feel rJght Their frank Â¬ like iron In spite of all my struggles sovereign across tho sea That was ness and sincerity are as much to their it squeezed harder and harder The certainly as br ght as tho other Phil- Â¬ discredit iu fact as gross hypocrisy miserable thing was actuary squeezing adelphia Jlcnord would be S S Jimnx the life out of me My breath came Questions of political economy A FIRST CAUSE short my ears sang and every thing will stray into thu most serious mo Â¬ I gave up and fell swam before mi1 Dont you An Argiinmnt That J Uiiniiwnrull nml ments of young life down That saved my life Tho snake think Kvolina dear that you or need In Kliiotuiitloii Irrtixlxtulilo Darwin llrllul had wound itself about tho oar as well a little or protection Possibly Jn the lately published biography as about me and when I fell tho oar George Hut I dont know as I am in of Charles Darwin is an account of the him just back of the head My favor of crushed quite so much raw material I companion Ashed himself out of thu And then he picked up U hat and rellg oih views f the man who has in- Â¬ water when he saw tho snake was went out Into tho damp fog of a re- Â¬ fluenced scientific thought more than any one since Newton It Is a curious So much for d blabk suake dead lentless world Uarlford Pout fact that when he was sent to Cam Â¬ How much show do you think a man m Most of tho London churches have bridge Darwin was do allied for tho would have against ono of these fel- Â¬ hero who is twenty times as offered up pruyers for tho recovery of church ami pursued his studies and lows took his degree with thai end of view strong im u black surkc the Crown Prince of Gurmauv I Â¬ Â¬ door ITo knookod that back noise- Â¬ lessly and slowly advanced both hands In tho cage One of tho biggest of the snakes was lying nlone in tho center with Its long tail twisted about in curious fashion Tho chiefs right hand moved slowly until it was right over tho head of tho creature Then It made a sudden de Â¬ scent and clutched tho snake iitnily about tho slender neck jus behind whore its cars would be if it had ears The anaconda gave a squirm of indig Â¬ nant surprise and reared up Its tail as though it was going to light about It Before it hud tinio to make any trouble This project km uoror formnlly givon up hut fllowlvdtod with thu growth of Darwins Interest in natural rtolonce No skepticism about religion senilis to havo Influenced him only his bunt toward studies that ho and his friends felt to be moto congenial to hia tastes and abilities For many years ho scorns to hnvo eontlnuod to ho a believer in orthodox Ho never appears to Christianity have had any Inward religious oxporl enco oven whon ho was studying to bo a clergyman but he had that unques Â¬ tioning intellectual bollof In tho 11 bio and its teachings that Is usual among men brought up undor religious in When he began tho cotirso Huoucofl of speculation and investigation as to tho origin of specie which romtltod in the publication of tho theory now uni- Â¬ versally known as Darwinism the ten Â¬ dency of these speculations was to undermine his rollgiotis beliefs Thcso had all along boon traditional rather under- Â¬ and to than personal no mine them perhaps was Ho did not glvo hard thing much time to speculations on other than sclontillc subjects and whon his opinion was asked on religious ques Â¬ tions ho gavo St with modesty as that of ono who was no authority Ilul nevertheless ho did givo it to many persons and at somo length It may bo said In a word that dur- Â¬ ing his later yours Darwin wavered betwoen theism and agnosticism At times ono form of bollof was upper- Â¬ most and again tho other would al Â¬ most convince his judgment It was purely a mental process with him a balancing of probabilities with a can Â¬ did and truth loving spirit but with a mind that had never boon Influenced Tho by personal faith in Jesus consideration ono that always him kopt him staggered and from a total abandouiuout of roliglon was to uso his own words tlio ox tremo dilliculty or rather impossibili- Â¬ ty of conceiving this immense and wonderful universe including man with his wonderful capacity of look- Â¬ ing far backwards and far Into futuri- Â¬ ty as tho result of blind chanco or ho When thus reflecting necessity adds 1 feel compolod to look to a First Cause having an intelligent mind rn somo degree analogous to that of man and I desorvo to bo called a theist If this was the conclusion of a mind iu its usual workings singularly can Â¬ did and colorless absolutely with- Â¬ out bias iu favor of roliglon biased and strongly against it his beliefs by may scientific it not bo confidently assumed that the same consideration will havo an even groator weight with men for all tlmo to como The nrgumout is indeed unanswerable irroslstlblo and must compel the surrender of minds that are open to conviction Mr John Stuart Mill iu his posthumous Knsuys on Jtclttion advises theologi- Â¬ ans to stick to tho argument from do sign And though Darwinism has boon hailed iu some quarters as de Â¬ structive to teleology tho caso of Dar- Â¬ win himself shows conclusively that such is far from being true It is indeed impossible to bolievo that men with sound intellects will over come to tho point wlioro thoy nro able honestly to accept the theory that the universe is the work of blind chance To assume that tho primordial matter and force from which all by tho theory havo boon things developed contained within them- Â¬ selves tho promlso and potoncy of all that is or is to be is only to push tho dilliculty back a step Tho fundamen Â¬ tal assumption of sclonco is that ever effect must have an adequate cause and the cause of mind can not be any thing inferior to mind This con- Â¬ viction can not loose its hold ou man Â¬ kind with tho advance of knowledge for it is a conviction that Is closely bound up with the validity of all knowledge if out faculties aro to ho trusted on any point If woroally know any thing with certainty wo may bo certain to precisely that degreo that thoro Is a First Cause of all existing tilings Tho value for others of tho fluctuations in bollof experienced by a man like Darwin is in tho emphasis that thoy lay on this N Y Exam- Â¬ iner 4 CHOICE SELECTIONS If we must atiBtvor for our idle words how much moro for our Idle Hi Aug inline sllouee Kvory effort of Ills chlldron to rise above tho invasion of evil hi body or iu mind is a pluasuro to Him Mac donald Wo aro wanting tho strength w need for tho discovery of truth as yot unknown because wo do not rost enough iu truth that wo know Rest In thu Lord Tho greatest things aro 11 W Dale known alroaily What one can and should do to day had bettor bo done todty If postpouod until to morrow it will add lo the burdens of that day even if one llvos to soo It which is a certainty to Tho great secret of a uuoftil no man llfo consists In faithfully doing thu work of each day when it In yrusunL iV Y Independent i i m wwiwgwaal SKI ir fal j WiBRIWWH a T T tvnwcrKi1 r mamm casciiJ r juraurm Lexington Subscription - SI a Yoar at m Munuy to Aotiitiipiiiiy tlic Name Hazel Green Herald s Last Friday was a great day HiKNOER COOPER tnuiMm Editor KY HAZEL GREEN Kit day February 10 1888 I ID in DEMOCRATIC TICKET Foil Siikiukk 0 0 HANKS ft3r lkctinn Monday August 0 ms In And About column of the Courier Journal one of t Polk Johnston is making Ho the most interest inn and entor-taiiimu features in it WllWt 1 A dollar came into this oihVe Saturday andere vc bad time to familiarize ourselves with its form and features it had to go for sugar Tim it is I n the midst of wealth we are overtaken with woo Ij By reference to our corres pondence it will be seen that Hon W 0 Mri is talked of for Congress and Senator K Â¬ J M tioned by bis many friends in One or the same connection the other may make the race The present Legislature can immortalize itself and materi ally aid in the development ol this part of Kentucky if it will enact law to turnpike the State road via Hazel Green to the Virginia line TheStatecould control the road until it paid for the building and then sell The State has done it out such things for other sections why not for us paupers We think it charity to help those who can not help themselves Â¬ Piiokatt is favorably men- Â¬ I lift H tfc I cinnati expended for such a purpose ble pupT at fifty cents a year could complain Senator Oravens said one I propose to sell them Cheaper for Spot Cash There io as will bring us-- 20000000 It is pouted at the Enterprise drawback and that is the non use of a than ever before known in this market now Why can not the stu common set of text books in each dis in a few years A little meal ollice Call on me and you can Save Big Money 1H Hazel Jreen trict This prohibits many from attend divide profits with you Mprinkled there now will come dents a ntirown Q Bn SWANCO ing as after pureluuing one list of text back to us as a whole dodgor Academy publish a paper books for one hchool they do not feel tOMMM before another decade and the SeiKloi ISlCCK expresses the able to buy another set for another dis branches of trees in Eastern Thfc Mr Caidy and others Kentucky would bofore long bo opinion that the bill to repeal trict WJIOMttALK DKAIiKIt IN Iule Jm1 u8 Ctt tr tJ dollars tlio tax fruit brandies intro rcor tta Superintendent being brightened festooned with silver iV P riiwl llllivn thn rIlt givthis is the Eldorado Here diieed by lion W V avlher 1 e says should lnttke Mb comily tie rollon nromUl3 a the- wealth of the- State tho will not pass and Mountain Brandy et through tho House it will 8lar onu ur tiu gtnlc Mr Oabsidy has now pointed to as the it ye are out best wfche mid congratwltttiQpB strike a amig in tho Senate Main Street MJ STERMNC KY ttqwrs Â¬ l that Fayette county has under so able a The Courier Journal will be per Mr 11 Kit noon is a Re- Â¬ Superintendent as Mr M A Cassidy glad to learn that Joiix ILvu publican but we do not know added another laurel to her crown of vev our subscriber living on whether he will essay to pub- Â¬ progrehsi veuess and the building of so the Bald Fork of Troublesome lish a political paper or not lino and substantial a school house was has been appointed postmaster Should he go and that seems the opening of a new era of prosperity at Buck a new poStollico es Â¬ now quite probable our town higher civilization advanced education schools tablished in Knott county and will lose one of the best citi- Â¬ haveItiuis true that orour county become the past two three years for luck should place his name zens it ever had and Paiuts asollicieut as those of any of tho Fastont on the subscription list of the ville gain as good a one as it or Northern States New buildings arc weekly AVe are sure the favor it ever possessed Clay IIkkx constantly being erected teachers of would be appreciated and the don is a man that anyone can high order and ability engaged and a man who would ride twenty like and none can dislike him couiveof systematic instruction selected for miles for a newspaper would for cause lie is every inch a with u particular regardmental the future phyprosperity succcm doubtless also do much in ex- Â¬ man and we will regret to see sical of and growing generation andSo lit tho tending the circulation of the him in from amonii us And tie enthusiasm has been shown in the J J and thus extend the use Â¬ this regret will find a respon Â¬ past by superintendents and teachers sive throb in the heart ot every that we feel this is but a merited complifulness of a great paper man woman andchild inthis ment to the present incunibonts The IIIWW ww schools of thin county woie especially The Kentucky Legislature community piaiscd by Prof Vicicktt and his laudi should by all means appropri Â¬ remarks were not fulsome nor anyAVe have received the initial tory ate money to enable the State thing but the outcome of his genuine to make a decent oAhibitof its number of the Little Acorn a gratification and pleasure in seeing the resources in the coming Cen monthly paper issued by stu Â¬ interest and co operation of superintendtral States and Ohio Valley dents of tho Beattyville Epis Â¬ ents triteci and teachers It has now It is a four col- Â¬ become a system so thorough complete Centennial to be held at Cin- Â¬ copal school The sum of 20000 umn folio and a very credita- Â¬ and methodical that few if any patrons Â¬ lint ot li iicli Itniul hiiv in stork ol our nun import ution ings at Frankfort would be tin LARGE CIRCULAR SAWS A SPECIA T Y greatest nonsense and as the inl r 1rict Ii r itli Work IulL wariaiitfl iiil it llrk Ilottoin Piii ts Discouiiti seat of government must even861 Water Streets CiftCSftATE O 7 Vine tually io to Lexington we can V Iiy lluil iiciii Ky for new work or mim oi JtlAll ordus ht to T n jniir will be promptly lonwmbd to u ami will liavc oiir In et attention see no good reason for postpon my lly snxnwvwihTKu jtxMfixrinw w TvrraryMHrwrfFrji inaiwwwy WWIJM ing action in the matter To iirrt VLUXl DAY TAYLOR DAY DAY KFLLY settle the question at once will We elip the following very money to the State Let eonilimentaiy notiee of a for ilWK save by all means it be done m mer nevspaT man from the m 64 mm reft j ra S3 1 m Vsisss VSSffir xStcy mm Lexiimton Dailv Press and re r Congressman Tauluee has Mr BC IIkkxdox of this prodnee the item thatteaeheTs EEAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY succeeded in having new post place left here Monday to visit trustees and superintentlents arrriMMtUMI oflices established along the Paintsville in lohuson county ma V see what is to he irained bv route between here and Hind lie is prospecting in that sec- united combined eltort man in Knott county that will tion with the view of starting The dedication of the new and beau supply a long felt want and de a paper at J aintsville and it tiful structure on the llarrodsburg pike serves the praise of his people the outlook is favorable the as a school house in tho Twentieth Dis The fol- Paintsville Paragraph will be trict has opened a new era in the school for his promptness Heavy invoices arriving daily and stacks lowing are the ollices and the among the newspapers of the ystem Prof J D Pickhtt in hU upon stacks of goods to meet every department oveninir said that postmasters State in a few weeks Mr address on theofopeningfairest cetions of of trade the in this one Buck Knott county Jonx IIakvky Hhkndox has worked in this Kentucky the dedication of this school Live Stock Country Produce and School postmaster office off and on for about was looked upon by himself and other- Claims received in trade on notes accounts or Slices Breathitt county GrKix V three years and we feel safe as beinjr the ground plan of a great grow- merchandise J T F DAY Williams postmaster he is every way ing institution of learning whore the Hiitf Vost Knott county Wm GniasiiY in stating that qualitied to make the people rich and the poor alike can drink of the postmaster oi Johnson county a good pa- waters of knowledge ami be refreshed STS V aspecial train bearing the m m H iiwmi Governor and stall members Krrt H 4a KL iJ m iiiCri ios vj nop rb tfs n n k r s w nv ra rv ra mm is u ftK k sfc w of the Legislature and several Rka or U Wy W E H 8 CLS M HUiUSSi UKHU UB U aOB ladies accompanied by a band of music arrived in the Athens S M MU i V i nev were inure i no oi ei MOUNT STEELING KY as the invited guests of Lexington and judging from the re Vnustial inducements in every depart port in the Lexington Press meat in mv imnieiHe htublihmcnt After Kpendin several dfty in the mar they were right royally enter kets fur merchandise at prieoH thai tained Col A M Swope a touch every pocket and catch every iv 1 am prepared to recognized orator and stateshnv you xuIh uh1 prices tliat are without precedent in this man on behalf of the citizens DRY HOODS CLOTH INO FINE SUITS city My reputation as the leader of LADIES FUinflSIIJNO OVERCOATS delivered the address of wel- CLOKEJDJEsSOODy iOODS low prices shall he unrivalled thiscomiilL ENGLISH MELTONS as every department is filled with winter come ilon Kvan Settle of PLAIN PLAID and DIAGONALS WORSTEDS new jxoods aim at prices that will soil Owen county responded on be STRIPED TUICDATS all colors and CORKSCREW SUITS them ELHGANT LINE OK land Made HOOTS SIlOLS half of the Legislature The LADIES AND MISSES Of all descriptions visitors were then wined at the NLW MARKETS and CLOAKS MENS ROYS CHILDREN h CASHMERES Phoenix after which they took HOSIERY LOVES ami all FLANNELS all price HATS AND CAPS M Col carriages for the A qualities OF ALL KINDS TRUNKS AND VALISES lege where Prof Patterson de- SHAWLS COMPANIONS livered an address on the prog SHIRTS PLANKETS IICRSEYS ETC ETC ETC lam starting this season with over ress and prosperity of that in1000 dozen of all the staple and stand ard makes of Merino Caynmei Camels stitution Thev lion dined at Hair etc and will retail sinjrle garments the PhoMiix after which thev for ladies nieii and children for les than other and smaller dealer- in this again took carriages and visittown have to pay jobbers for same qualed the Asylum Ashland the ities 37tf Breckinridge statue and other saw 9 points of interest The visiWJI M a GKpa -d tors left next morning much S3S21 rMiWMMiwwjfiunirmwcntiwaumrmirnwriwfi with Lexington and wiwiWJKtamnwwxgjriJTjwtTTiyrvf pleased her people and many of them Siaws CO fxvP doubtless of the opinion that Matuifaclurer of Uet Eiuli h Sti Circular and Lony ZJtffX i AjH I il mV Wlllli f7f Lexington is the only place in the State worthy to have the cipital We think that way and hope the Legislature may aro Ioaiers in Filrs uimmcrs Swa os Kmerv AVheels now locate it at that place To LEATHER AND CUM BELTIWO nijKKZWSs a tlnir iium IU In i or13iuslji ryffiX spend money on the old build- VMifflwSr ul Olrciilnr Saws stiiml at tlu lit ail l tlu uitil W U- a At 10 oclock - n a T fi m MSI mv mm mi SS i 1 4 1 AT BRAUNS FAMOUS NEW STORE Mew Goods Â¬ Ul M Bill M JS Kf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ New Goods Low Prices Low Price s Â¬ 5 UNDERWEAR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Mew Goods Mew Goods Â¬ Â¬ Low Prices M YOUR - Â¬ Low Prices PAT 2 ir ffl v F--- BALDRIDGE HOGAN SAW i 1 IX r vJjiT - Â¬ S8wK5WJ8w WMKy JirV H i i l fllTVMlB fH t f 11 Â¬ t aid 1 A Â¬ mn- Vk 1 Â¬ w Z811 mw -- 11 mw i Â¬ Â¬ WHOLESALE Largest Stock AND EETA IL Lowest Prices Â¬ s - Â¬ Â¬ A Young Wife Said to hex Husband My oi dear I dreamed last night that you were an Angel What is that a sign way his unpoetic answer A foul stomach lYoplo who have no sueh pleasant night visions and awalro feeling as though they had had no rest nerves all un trung wondering What on eartlMss the mat tor with me would better take some simple treatment in TIME Persons will negleet themselves and put oh treatment until their health is gone What would you think of the authorities of a groat eity with its miles ol sewerage to take away the filthy aeeumulatious of streets and alleys allowing the sewerage to ehoke up and spread contagion and poisonous gaos from decaying Vet your course is just as FN W ISF The matter to blight that eity by disease human body is well provided with all that is neivssary toi artyingoH the unclean and you alow it accumulate and decompose bringing all manner of ills to the lleh An old Chinese pioverb is Keep your feet warm your head cool and your Make a memorandum of this and try it and if you dont keep well bowels open there is no truth in the world Will do the business for vou J T M LITTLE by CALVERTS Sold and guaranteedUVER PBLLS IMKKVTT J N VAFOIIN F 1UY lliuel ireon Kvf i IltO Kzel lv rnnipton A nil all - General htoros in KiiRtern Kentaekr ihih mkvtWTuivwWLurmMmitmwmdiv Ky ill III FRESHANDCLEAN HEHHh I trf T faffkfa Wfl ir iti tJ si Pi K ra TM HSS f w E BK U am now reeeivins New iooda and my stot k ni cneml Merehaiulise i now conilete eonaisting of Dry loods Xo tions Ladies and Jents Boots uid Shoes TIats and Caps Queenswnre Hardware Jroeeries Drns Saddlery and variety of articles too numerous and loo tedious to mention J 0 W HOWE Si - - 1 KENTUCKY WHISKIES K JjS mm a lursor IrcuhUloii in tlio mountains u Kmtcrn Kentucky thuii miv paper in the Nt it mid inerehantsaiid others wishing rurf tli trade of Kftxiern Kentuckv will Wan Mil fHE a 1EUALiD it Till ISKST ADVIKrtSINM MKDIirM wch siiWfiucnt inertion 1 in Truihliiit advertisements 7r rents nn ri firtit insertion Li cents nn inch fur li STANDING AtlVICIlTISKMKNTH i i 1 Advertising Ratoa Mr Editor Will you publish n riddlo for us It is ii nice little riddle too iviiuui uou mime out ol Hint But thought it best to make me first So was made before the man To answer lodt most holy plan My body 5od did make complete Hut without arms or hands or feet My ways and acts he did control 1 Rlddlos and AnowBrsT RAIliROAD MEETING ii your V em iuy Mur inches year i000 lvuiir lJOO r special rates on larger advertisements IihmI notices 5c a line with d per ecnt oil 500 I I r he I no indies inches 1 1 vcarl00 17 5 1 and death notices free tributes ol icspuct and obituaries 5 ccutrt a line if Announcements of candidates for 10 County olliec tUO or District ntliccs call on persons to become caiididate and thcii iinsweis fl cents u line liablc iuvariuhlv in advance No name will be entered upon thu Subseripiioii Hook until paid Jor and all suliscriptionn arc stopped at e tpira lion of time paid for notice of which will on tlie bo indicated by a cross mark I imirin in front of your name A prompt iriuttu only will insure its coiitiuuiiiioc SlKNlElt COUPKII pft MiirriiiK Â¬ jo i tlinu j X GARllSON HE SELLS CHEAP HARDWARE T1XWAKK MASONIC TKJUM12 jtiUly QUKENSWA RE CUTLERY MT STKKLIXH STOVES KY HKllK AND THERE Look out for the Ued J fross on your ptncr It denotes thai your time is up and unless renewed at once tlie paper will stop coininj Hut to my body gave no sou A llvine being I became And Adam gave to me my imiito I from bin presence then withdrew And more of Adam never knew I did my Makers law obey Xor from it ever went ietriv Thousands of miles io in fear Hut seldom on the earth appear For purpose wise which bid did see Jle put a living mmiI in me A soul from me my bid did claim And took that soul from me again For when from me that oul had lied I was the same as when llrst made And without hands or feet or soul I travel on from pole to pole I labor hard by day ami night To fallen man to give delight Thoii nnds of people youngand old Will by my death great light behold Xo right nor wiong can I conceive The scriptures I can not believe Although my name therein is found They are to me an empty sound Xo fear of death will trouble me And happiness I neer shall see To Heaven I can never go Xor to the grave nor Hell below Now when these lines you slowly rend Cio seal eh your Hihlc with lull speed For that my names recorded there 1 honestly to you declare Mauy Vi hi ini a and I ver llndorseil Campion Wolfe Countv Kv Monday February l5S3 j Court of Claimsof Wolfe county convening this day all tho Justices of tho county being present and presided ovor by his honor JudgoG R Swango avast crowd of citizens from every section filled the new court mom to its full capaci- Â¬ ty The county levy to cover all the indebtedness embracing the elegant large ami coniiiKniious new brick uurt house j list completed and other expenses was made and other matters of impor Â¬ tance to the tax payers attended to Af ter the business of tho house was dis patched and while the audience which numbered hundreds were congregated in the court 1 Hoimtnr lMurrlt iiitit Koiirnacntntlvo Oil CHAPPED HANDS AND FACE CUTS BURNS SORES FROST BITE TRADEJjMARK Â¬ Â¬ I1 oo nuxsrJratt 1 ran TINE Mt Sterling-- Ky NO 0740 BIPTHESIA SKIN DISEASES Sold by all Merchants Â¬ at 25 Cents a Bottle CO Any and everything that can be oxe The following answers to the riddle ill Raht Main St brxixoTox IvY Mrs Tamos Lneys oifeter of Stillwater published in the Gillmoie letter of last eiitcdwitli new tvpe first class pi esses and line paper in the hands of skilled mechanis visiting her week have been received BOOK AND 10B ics may lie had at this otlice at less than 1 I city prices It will pay anv man in KaMcrn Xori Swotnuni of Bath county was riddle think can unriddle Uncle Remus I refer you to Jonah chap IB w 17 Kent uck v to get his printing ill Tint IlltU ii twn Wednesday and I am sure jf we had such a fi h here Send for estimates and state ALD otlice Vmm BS3BR Hfi exactly what von want Tho Court of Claims met last Monday we could all have a iood supper Emkx Pijuatt Of Every Description on short several claims a list of unci allowed Next Wednesday is the regular saledny An answer to riddle in Tin Hiitin which will appear in our next issue notice tif Feb lid the whale at this place unci all who are not npw taking Tins IIkuaid should hihig a dol Mrs W TCaskijv Rtv Fiigcno Micked on Tuesday pre V ti I J N 0 1 N V ITAT IONS lar along for that purpose on that day The whale swallowed Jonah then he vented Hazel tlreen Academy library c Lettish- - 1 1 It is just now the best investment our with several handsome and useful books had a Iivimr oul in him and when the people can make whale threw him up he had no soul in There was preaching at the Methodist him and when Gabriel blows his trumchurch isunduy morning and in the even pet the whale wonfue found Tim Hkkami and the Weekly Cincin in services were held at the Christian nati Jiiiquirer oie year for only -- 00 It Of all kinds done with neatness and disMrs Gio Rick strikes ii t hot this is the hcM combination patch church AmLl say if that is not it it is when yet made and if it hits vou the smiiu wuy Magistrates can trot blank Warrants Jos M Kamis new house swallowed his send us JlOO in cash and you will get both O tt Go Rice papers for twelve months BookExecutions and Replevin Bonds at this old one office at 2o cents per quire Sent by mail o Surroundod by Wolves in To every poixm who will send us on receipt of price B Taulbec writing trom Fort Dr nihil and nine subscribers wo will send UriimrNci J T it K Day Hazel Green Rev J T Pieratt clo ed a meeting at Defiance Arizona under the date of Ian Tin UrUAin one year free the Ca4ey schnd house in Morgan coun JTth to his brother Dr J A Taubee uf ty nn Sunday after an eight day service this place says VIKCIVIA which resulted in seven additions While all are well and happy at present Special Correspondence yet we are slowly recovering from a horCisdau Rufii Feb 2 Oi the night When nature falters and requires help rible shock such as I hope I may never of the 27th of Jan a dance was given energies with Dr J experience again On the 21th inst recruit her enfeebled the young people of this place by S II McL ans Strengthening Cordial and our little boy Rolie was lost from j oclock Hoover and lady The partakers report Blood Purilier SfOO jut bottle Fold r M until near lOocloeic at night when Legislature R Swango Hazel Jrcon On motion the meeting then adjourned a nice time music by our noted violinby we found him four miles from the atrency ist R R Steele nearly asleep and so cold he could not T C JoiiNhov Chairman lTolt Easterling a brother to our stir the mercury being at zero and Jo C Lykins Secretary The last four or five days have been devil mid lae Hoiverton of White three wolves barking at liim anil would real nice sprint weather bright and Exposure to rough weather getting Oak were in town Monday and paid have devoured him as soon a he fell causing the empty ice houses to Tut UnuAijMllicca pleasant call They asleep which would have been in thirty wet living in damp localities are favora wear quite a look of disappointment returned home Tuesday minutes longer The way he came to get ble to the contraction of diseases of the We are glad to note the recovery of As a preventive off was that he and some more boys were kidneys and bladder Willie John who has been confined for Sick headache wind on the stomach playing bear he being the bear and the and for the cure of all kidney and liver Mime time with a slight attack of pneubilliousner s nausea are promptly and other boys running after him with bows trouble u e that valuable remedy Dr J monia 2 agreeably banished by Dr J U Mc and arrows He inn across the mesa H McLeans Liver and Kidney Malm A Repass of this place cloed his J Leans Little Liver and Kidney Fillets and got lost The boys hunted from ii 100 per bottle Sold by G HSviugo school in the Coye last Friday and wc B Swango oclock until night before they let us Hazel Gnen 2 cents a vial Sold by are glad to have Jim among us again J laze I Green know it We mounted horses went on A Prolific PooijIo Horn To the wife of T A Repass on foot and in every direction and had it The Swango family is a prosperous and 2Cnh of Jan a nirl Its siynatuio on Mra lames Lacy of this place last not been for the superior skill of the In- Â¬ week presented our better seventcen dians in tracking would not have found a prolific one in Woifo county and their the family register is Ma twelve K5ftrNew clean largo well progeny is like tho grass ol the ground twentieths with a few messes of turnips him until he wa- - frozen to death Capt Hmoril Low and R F Cecil and the end is not yet Dr Kiish on that are the finest we ever saw Three ventilated buildings furnish--o- d I found him being a little in advance Monday reported the following- births paid Tazewell C II a vi it last Monday Thoy are sound of my ciowdof Indians weighed eight pounds He was afraid and says Calvin Swango is prouder than returning Tuesday with new improved selrool succulent and sweet Will a peacock over his first boy while Willie to answer me when I spoke to him T J Veil and wife were in our midst toll you all about tho hunt and excite- Swango thinks he is tho biggest man in last Sunday the guest R F Cecil and furniture Rev E P Mickoljol the Presbyterian ment when I see you Sod gave me church preached at the church in this back my boy and wc are thankful and the county over the first birth in his family family Doc says Calvin is running The free term of Pnf Win M Gillesplace on Tuesday evening last and his happy around beside himself with joy and that pies high school will expire next Tuts Full Scrps Gompfitent Teachers timadvice to cliufch members was well Willie his a grin on bio face that hides lav Dot ed J To and his family will go from Accident to Mr Trimble his ears ruMMWM here to Florida for a two months visit mxmirwKgiWTtffiM Mr J G Trimble of Mt Sterling On February lib J 0 Swangos wife who is visiting relatives at this place ngjuT uilion JJonrd and In- Â¬ him -- Frequently accidents occur in the nut with an accident on Monday last presented poundswith a fine boy weight thirteen household which cause burns cuts which came well nigh proving fatal Mr cidental bLxpenses Jleasona sprains and bruises for uso in fuich cases Trimble rode out to Uncle Harry Swan of Rom On February 3rd to the wife Willie Swango a girl able Dr J II McLeans Volcanic Oil Lini- gos and after chatting awhile conclud WANTHD Ior an Knglish Syndicate ment has for manv years been the con od to return to town He unhitched the If you epeet to make Xmas or wedding large tracts uf For further in lbwnation out stant favorite family remedy Sold by mare he was riding and in attempting piesents ami desire anything in the jcwelrv Swango Hazel Green to mount her lost his balance and fell or silverware line we think we can make ft Mineral Lands on or address to buy now We have plum Virgin Timber to tho ground when the mare started on interesting goods fancy articles and novelRow Mr Eklar of the M E church a run I J is left foot caught in the stir substantial Hanoi G231 Aoadomy Go WILD LAND and willtHdl by Rev Thos Tyler of the up and he was dragged a distance of ties can duplicate for a vcrv small profit as in Kentnckvustathe IOWKST to Railroad or aviated iicccfcsllde we them before Xinas Gold IMKIIS Baptist church have been holding a about a hundred yards when fortunately watclus and diamonds at prices no one can goud Heating streams Harel Oreoti Wolfe cmiuto Ky meeting at the Gillnpio school house in his boot was pulled oil which released duplicate Otis W Snider thu manufactur lllt ll trTITljK Mlil UK IKR1R0T Morgan county and some five or six him His clothes won torn into shreds ing jeweler Lexington Ky VYiitc for live full particulars Considerable but ho received only slightinjuries to his price conversions are reported WASHINGTON IKWUKOD interest is manifested person a bruised olbow and a sprained Down tt and Tako tho Dough Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealer In dLVui bock Ho Id tharleUown W Va ankle being the most severe hurts Had We liavo received the folic wing origi Â¬ thousands ut peonle bailor Willi hack the ground been frozen at thu time 10 nal letter from one of our Whitcsbnrg j Youths Boys ant sieho not knowing that in most cases it woulil have been terribly torn up am subscribers and by his urgent request untiuroivs is a symptom oi iiiwum u mwiii i iuiu had his boot not slipped olfho might have print it In doing so wo publish it ver nlasters and lotions cannot been killed liver which lmtim ot literatim that we mav not mar IS R M DS fkim fit 53 Ileal The best ami safest remedy is Dr its beauty of construction Wo doubt if I OTJTS If McLean s Liver and Kidney Halm Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock before Josh Rilling or old Jack Downing over JOS Htifl Street Cincinnati Ohio rijld by G B Swango the third Sunday in this month Rev fclUO per bottle produced anything emial to it ALLISON fi SMITH Hazel Green T lioratt will begin a meeting at tho on wlilnli Whiiesbunr 1 etcher County Ky Mr Tho typofnunclry this jmpor U jirlnteil Is from Kiutou Ukhamj Geo Kico school Iiounq on Biuckwater I D Ikoiii wont out tbn milher mornctt tUiialiovu is usually one of the On Saturday In fore the fourth Sunday to fead his Sau whithch head Fight Pigs While our town J I O IIkusmjon healthiest in the State there are now at 2 oclock ho will begin a meeting at ho sawe one of them Piir was mUoii Siknuk Cooiitn M FWMJN HAS Vino Street my Home cases oi sicKiiess to lepurt tho Clirty school lioue on Keel River from the no wiwo he had S me hands at Mary Oriowuuc wlnw illne H was report- - At both place lie will receive uulwurip- - Work for him on tlieat Day abol V2 ocl ek COOPER HERND0H FALLEN 7 ed in these eoluniiiH a few weeks since ik tiorn to Tin IIkuaid ami be obliged in tho Day aLOIy Nannie Ik r to all who will take it Mill confined to her room JanieH Brown nn wife Sawe an olo Mr S OEXEKAL 5 a v6ud7 oldest dauLhter isnboaick and confined Eale iliin over with the 1ij in his 1 room is the Underexposure to cold winds rain elawpes he was abot 200 feat ulitivu tho to her bed and in the saino littlo daughter of Mrs Nuiitiio Kash bright lijht or malaria may bring on grown iw ho bawe tho ICaglo he Droped also sick Mm Kash has been watching iullammation and Horeness ol tho eyes the Jig an hit como squelling to tho by the bedside of Mrs tlreeiiwade and Dr J II McLeans Strengthening Kye grown tho Pig was found no murium tho other alllicted ones until hhe too is Halve will subdue tho inllamatiou eool with tho olo sowo safe and sound HAZEL 0 KEEN KY We liopu noon to and sootho the nerves and strengthen nearly exhausted the Tig weaid abot 8 Ponds TTftve Hcvcral thoiiHiuid ncren of fine tin U HARNESS AND COLLARS 2r cwitH a to that nil are emnviiiL their usual w nnk and failiiiL ova siirht nvr 0 na fmit iUn tl rmi v ber mineral and fanning landu in Wolfu lTIth ami In the meantime extcnu our nox from by u i rjwango iiazel unm w on - grown safe an sound 7J1 W MAIN firilFbT 707 709 now tho land adolnbii cnuutien for Hale Write for K to the suffering onea Mnnuthy Ireeu Yora Truley Jcase M Brown dyqirJjHlVtf list and terms LOUISVILLE KY jtlbt Â¬ Muiiili CTMM1NS 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ and an expression given by the populace as to the ation of their Senator Hon R M Pieratt and tin ir R presentativo Hon J MOliver relative to their op- Â¬ position to the extraordinary privileges embraced in certain railroad chaiters On motion T O Johnson was elected chairman and Jo 0 Lykins secretary The chairman explained tlie object of the meeting in a concise brief manner and appointed the following persons as a commit tec to draft resolutions towit Judge G 15 Swango 0 T Center Jus A Swell J R Hollon and Isaiah Silen cer who reported the fo 1 wing which were adopted unanimously Resolved That we the citizens of Wolfe county have noted with pleasure the action of our Senator R M Pieratt and Representative J MOliverin stand ing linn and guarding with vigilant care their constituents rights and interests where menaced by unscrupulous monopolists who under guise of public outer prise and promised development have attempted by Legislative enactments to obtain privileges to burden our counties with taxes for railroad corporations which taxes could never be paid and hang over our community as in various other counties a very nemesis for gener ations to come and that we hereby une quivocally endorse me action oi our members as stated 2 Resolved That knowing the resour ces of our county and this entire Sena- Â¬ torial and Representative district which are rich in deposits of the staple mineral coal iron Arc ami covered witliljnsts of finest timber we are not opposed to legitimate duwlopmciits and honest con nection and will welcome with open arms any enterprise bringing this section a railroad and manufactories and will give such substantial aid a- - lies in our power io bestow such us rights of way stouetiiunerexeinption from county and corporate taxation for a reasonable time but we abhor the principal of voting anil saddling upon the counties taxes which the history of the punt proves ruinous and makes serfs of citizens Resolved That the UVVA Glirnx II kkaiIi Sentinci Deinocrat and Mt Sterling Gazette be requested to publish these proceedings and a copy be sent to our Senator and Represensative in tho Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ that a meeting would be cAlicd to order on vsrU your Store Keeper will not order it send 30 cents to us and we will forward it by mail CHILES THOMPSON mvjwiih an Mr Samuel Cornctt was in Ditcd least oort for living in an Duller hois spexton to go to Jailo over Day Wesley Rrown has moved Rack to his olo Please on tho Dryfork his mouther lives with him This is from yore freind Jesse M Rrown Please put this all in my nox paper Jesse M Rrown this is from Jesse M Rrown at Whites auk 4 CoM WHOLESALE burg letcher county Ivy Direct all this Please ni t Jim Tugglc from the Tug Fork of Tug river a boot and shoe wanderer over this wilderness was a guest of the Day I louse at this place Monday night and left for a short trip on Tuesday hut will return here again next week He travCo of Cincinels for V U Ringgold nati and carries a line of samples which are hard to excel STEAM Â¬ No 29 Vine Street ii Ifl CINCINNATI PRISTIKG mi aGly TBANSYLVANIA COMPANY i FIXE fi i 1 fadings Â¬ Book Binding Manufacturers i S lB Â¬ Blank - J if -- IB88L b J Â¬ sun--hin- y Â¬ ACADEMY Â¬ Â¬ 1 The Ninth Term Begins MONDAY Jan 1888 and ends PEIDAY May 181888 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Timber WANTED Lands Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ M MIM Abe Blocli Mens Co- 1 1 1 TYPE IItV J il22 Cincinnati Ot Gathright lisd itaits Harbison SADDLERY --- -- -- - xtw I I Ill V Tr I - i - c7r i ffr Vr5 iWW TrPv tar Tfsyrr I TjLmi jsiKAWOJiI heading every groat social movement had RISING FROM THE GRAVE Â¬ THE CHIEF SORROW Thrco aged dumos In tho rosy mlit Of tho sunsuts fndlnn gold Go7ud whoro tho nmbor unit nmolhyst Of tho twilight lay unrolled ThcroB Jicvcr n sorrow ou onrth llko nilno Damo Mnrgurot snld with a sigh My henrt over mourns for Its Iota spring time And tho buo gono out or Its ky No hnpplcr mother in nil tho town Thnn I with my string or ponds Three houds wuro golden and thrco woro brown Thrco boyB nnd thrco laughing girls Tlicy filled tho cottngo with riotous gloo Hut n Buourf f swept oor tho litud And nono or my darling were left to mo Not ono or my Joyous bund O brenst thut lins thrilled with lovo dlvlnot 0 rrowhless und dcsuluto throne Wus ever n grief bo grout us mine A sorrow no deep us my own Your hnppy past holds a memory swcot Dnmo Ellraboth sudly Hiild Tho echoing putter of littlo foot And tho glonm of cuch golden hend You know tticy tiro wnttlng In endless diy For tlio mnnimn they loved on ourth Ah surely no sorrow should cloud her wny Who hits given six unguis birth My brenst never thrilled with tho finger tips 01 that rapturous lovo divine J htvvo no memory of swcot moist lips boon carried ou by Christian men lie was convinced that tho final victory of Tomporanco would not bo achieved by moral suasion alone he himself An Incident Which Itollovcd tho Monot ony or Cntiip Life Was ever u No A life without love spout nlono No dcur ono to sorrow when death drnws nigh future to hope for no ppst lmve sorrow like mlnot I Was over a grief like my own Humorac stands not In the doorof your past Dumv Itnchol snld with a frown With H fotters ot steel to bind you fnt Till you bow nonth sorrows crown You can but tool that when till is confessed In that day whon our sins nro known The darlings who lay on your loving brenst Will plead for you there at Hods throne AwltfwM though you huvo nono in larndlse Tis h glad assuraneo to know As you hit In th glow of these nmbor skies You have nono In tho depths of woe We suy Ood Is lovng and merciful We have faith wo bullevo wo trust Hut our hearts arc stubborn wo may not trhonl Them for that which 1 wo know Is Just pointed to Heaven and gave in sips Of the drink which has poopled hell Willi wine on our table nnd brandy sauco For tho puddings and in tho pics Ah littlo dronmed I that sins surest cnuso Could lurk ncath such innocent guise I loved my boy though my own hand hurled Him down to tho depths of sin You can not know how my hearts wide world Was centered and bounded by him That fatal lesson so surely learned Kre he knew deceit or doubt The lire I had kindled burned und burned Till it burned tho nngel out Then tho llcnd ho had swallowed rnged with-iu- 111 too was a mother nnd my own hand Iliiced a eursc on my motherhood X IiimI i n tho brow of my boy a brand Which tarred him from nil that was good kindled the unholy tire in him That burned with a wild unrest And hit-- swcot warm lips drew the ixilson in As he lay upon my breast 1 taught h m Our Father his rosy lips Learned the long priyor learned It well For bind him confine him who can Till tho hnnds of my boy were stnlned with Mil And tho blood of his fellow man The forfeit of sin llko his Is death He still oh my nehlng heart I who had witnessed his first swcot brcnth Saw that struggling breath depart Seel tho stars still gleam and the sky Is blue The siin never forgets to shlno And the world hus sorrowing hearts tlstruo Hut who has n sorrow llko m no Jhft Jartwtck Thorpe in Dtmorentt Monthly TEMPERANCE Tin- - ABROAD Ititpld Advivnctinmit of llm Cuuso In tlin iUotliur Country- Tho eauso of Tomporanco hits cer- Â¬ tf ft C- - V p r tainly lulviincotl with long and rapid strides in tho mother conn try and tho advance in public sentiment has pro Â¬ duced an amount of onthusiasm which is extraordinary among tho classes who only a few years ago scouted tho idea of total abstinence and regarded the wholo Tomporanco movement as n piece of importinent fanaticism or ignored it as something beneath their onco our English notice Whon friends and especially English Chris- Â¬ tians aro convinced of tho rightful- Â¬ ness of a reform thoy do not inlnco matters in espousing its cause nnd pushing it to an issue The united administration in Lou- Â¬ don in favor of tho Tompornnoo move- Â¬ ment under tho auspices of the Na- Â¬ tional Tomporanco Joague signaled tho fact that for tho first time this year all tho ovangollcal denomina- Â¬ tions with tho exception of tho Episco- Â¬ pal church observed tho fourth Sun Â¬ day in Novombor as Tomporanco Sunday Tho mooting was hold in Exiitor Hall under tho presidency of the Bishop of Loudon Tho chairman in his opening address spoko hopeful- Â¬ ly of the progress of 4tno Tcmpornuoo movement in forming a healthy pub liu opinion and in conferring physical mental and spiritual blessings on the community and ho sought to impress upon his audience the force of person Â¬ al influence in molding sentiment and producing permanent results in favor ol Temperance principles and practice The great necessity in Tomporanco not to sot forth Mnrlc now was and defino its principles but by pri Â¬ vate example to swell tho numbers of its ml heron ts to make muji aeo as thoy saw and act as thoy acted Wo had how to remove tho temptation from the man art well as tho manfrom tho temptation In this mnttotv lot no What can I do niuii say to himself Tho power My inlluancu is so small l the Jnlluonco which each executed ho would novor know till ho stood be Â¬ fore the judgment seat of Christ Bv Hugh Trice Hughes fluid had political convictions but he would heartily support any political party winch would product good Temper anco legislation Ho believed if all Temperance men would do tho like thoy would see great progress even in twelve months It would not take even twelve months to swoop tho rum trafllo from tho United States if all Christian men wotdd thus consent to yield party to principle Dr Cliilord of the Baptist Union spoke of the groat change in the minds of ministers taud churches in rogard to this question which had taken placo of lato years A minister who thirty years ago preached a Temporancc sermon was regarded as an irritating enthusiast and a wild fanatic and he remembered that only twenty - live years ago ono of tho ministers of his own denomination refused to have his school room disgraced by a Hand of Hope meeting All that had been changed To day ninety por cent of tho students in their colleges and a large proportion of ministers woro ab- Â¬ stainers Row Thomas Whitehead Primitivo Methodist emphasized the necessity of educating tho homes of the people with information ou the drink ques- Â¬ tion Ho was ablo to announce that a largo proportion of tho Primitivo Methodist ministers were practical al stainors and observed Temperance Sunday in all their chapels Another branch of tho Methodist family Bible Christians reported that all its ministers were abstainers and that more than fifty years ago the Con Â¬ ference directed that all its chapels should be thrown open for Temperance work and that each minister should hold a Temperance meeting at least onco a quarter There were how- Â¬ ever many tippling Christians who Hew to Timothys stomach for shelter These needed education Yes such need education in this country also but they do not take kindly either to admonition or argu Â¬ ment they shut their eyes to the prof Â¬ fered light ami eloso their ears to tho monitions of conscience and to tho stress of facts We have mentioned two examples of the advanced position of Methodists in this great movement but there is as marked a progress in sonic Baptist churches in England and there is Baptist Total Abstainers Society in which hundreds of Baptists are committed not only as personal total ab Â¬ stainers but as warriors against the rum power pledged to its overthrow Their methods are in some respects diflerent from ours there is more unity in action and a steadier push and pull of the workers No stone is left unturned to reach all classes of society and secure their holp Tho organizing agent of tho National Tem Â¬ perance League has for several years conducted with remarkable success a Saturday Evening Peoples Entertain- Â¬ ment at Greenwich Lecture Hall an now has inaugurated a Peoples Servio on Sunday evening A meeting hold in London lately was addressed en tirely bv butchors irom the Butcher Temperance Association Gospel Tem- poranco Concerts and other attractive entertainments arc numerous while RUSSIAN TERRORISM the main object is never lost sight of Baptist Weekli Iow Person Ilnlonirlntr to tlin Uutriut i Â¬ Â¬ When I was in tho army during the winter of 1862 wo wore camped at the upper end of Motalrlo ridge some few miles back of Carroll ton La and some sovon of eight from New Orleans Toward Lake Pontchartrain there was an almost lmpassablo cypress swamp and on tho river side wot sloughs The ridgo was from a quarter to a half n milo in width and thickly settled For what purpose wo had been camped thoro wo never know unless to try our constitutions in tho very hot bed of malarial production Tho men were giving way very fast so that it was impossible to make out a picket detail without taking men on the sick list Just where our regiment was camped tho ridge was divided by a bayou and bck of us across this bayou was camped probably a thousand contra Â¬ bands The blacks were suffering from fevers and other sickness ami dying oft very fast although they wore thoroughly acclimated under ordinary circumstances Our picket lino was sta Â¬ tioned just back of the contraband camp in tho edge of the swamp but what was expected to come through this morass except alligators and other indigenous animals is more than w ever found out Near the post oc Â¬ cupying the northwest corner the con Â¬ traband buried their dead with all the solemnity and superstition of the African nature From comrades who had been stationed ou this post we had been told of strange occurrences that in spite of the solemnity such things usually inspire would convulse us with laughter Ono day after he was relieved Joe C S told us of an incident that often recurs to inc The ground as every one knows ou the Mississippi bottoms of Louisiana is very low and at any time in a hole dug the water will come very near the surface It was so with the graves dug by tho con trabands thoy would immediately till with water to within a few inches of the top which made it necessary to put weights on the dead bodies in order to sink them so they could be covered There was no such thing to be had as colli ns nnd the burials were made in blankets Just before night Joe saw a contra Â¬ band funeral approaching his post and through curiosity stopped to watch the The corpse was laid in proceedings tho grave and as it would not sink heavy sods taken from the surface were placed on both head and feet While the body was slowly sinking tho venerable white haired preacher was exhorting the attendants and com- Â¬ Dust to dust mitting the body Juit as thov commenced throwing in dirt up darted the dead body head iirst half way out of the grave and the last ono of them ran away yelling Joe burst out laughing as he saw titat the weight that had been placed on the head of the body had slipped off and of course tho buovancv of tho water quicklj forced the corpse into an upright position It was some time before the negroes could be iulluenced to return and complete their burial Thoy believed thoro was something supernatural about it and no amount of talking could convince them to the contrary Wither Jf Webber in X Y Graphic Â¬ tho stealthy tread of tho guard the faintly heard cries and struggles of a drunken and disorderly casual who is being strapped to Ids bed in another part of tho prison cries which sug Â¬ gest to an inexperienced girl some ter- Â¬ rible scene ot violenco and outrage tho occasional clang of a heavy door tho moaning and hysterical weeping of other recently arrested prisoners in cells on the same corridor and tho sud Â¬ den and noiseless appearance now and then of an unknown human face at tho little square porthole in tho cell door through which tho prisoners nro watched all combine to make the first night of a young girl in prison an experience never to be forgotten while she lives This experi- Â¬ ence however is only the beginning of the trial which her courage and self control are destined to undergo One day passes two days three day- ston days without bringing any nows from tho outside world or any infor Â¬ mation concerning the nature of the charges made against hor Twice every twenty four hours food is handed to her through the square porthole by the taciturn guard but nothing else breaks the monotony and the solitude of hor life Slio has no books no writing materials no means whatever of di- Â¬ verting her thoughts or relieving tho mental strain which soon be comes almost unendurable Tor Â¬ tured by apprehension and by uncertainty as to her own fate and the fate of those dear to her she can only pace her cell from corner to corner until she is exhausted and then throw herself on the narrow prison bed and in sleep try to lose conscious Â¬ ness of her misery Century Â¬ -- - WOMEN OF GLOUCESTER Thnjr Try to Inolc Cheerful Whllo Tholr Hmirtrt Aro Itreitkini Tliriftlessucss is uncommon among Gloucester fi hcrmen drunkenness is Torthy Cli Are TEMPERANCE ITEMS Hi who grows weeds anil cultivates on appetite for strong drink need not expect to bo remembered as a good examplePumcroys Advance Thouqht I havk four good reasons for being an abstainer my head is clearer my health is better my heart is lighter and my purse is heavier Dr Guthrie Dn A T bViioKiKiD of London compares the moderate drinking of stimulants to sailing ou tho outer cir- Â¬ cle of a whirlpool u somewhat excit- Â¬ ing but not a wise proceeding A kkcknt number of tho Alliance News states that in tho city of Paris alone the drink shops have ineronsed from M000 in 1880 to ill COO at tho present time France is a wine coun- Â¬ nas a temperance union which circulates two pledges one to Total abstinence and the other to partial abstinence Tho lattor pledge covers the following res1 Not to drink in any bar olutions room liquor saloon or store J Not to Not to drink treat or bo treated save in the most moderate quantities This temperance question is much more vital and serious than the groat public dreams No one thing in all Christendom occasions an equal amcuut of waste of money morals and ncu It is tho pon Â¬ as alcoholic indulgence derous juggernaut of appetite and avarice at present rolltng Over its tons of thousands of infatuated victims It is everywhere the chief obstacle and oppnsor in tho way ot Christianity Tho Christian church can not afford to make peace with It or miller a trucu au hour longer Chivtgo Standard Â¬ try Waptino Falls New YrK General Strolnlkolfs plan was to ar- Â¬ rest simultaneously a large nuMber of persons belonging to tho untrust Â¬ throw them into class worthy prison keep them for ten days or two weeks in the strictest solitary confine ment and then subject them to a ter- Â¬ rifying inquisitorial examination with the hope of extorting scraps of in- Â¬ formation here a little and thoro a lit- Â¬ tle which might be pieced together liko tho parts of a dissected map so as to reveal tho outlines of a revolution- Â¬ ary plot If for example a young girl belonging to au untrustworthy family and a suspicious lettor to her had been intercepted by the au- Â¬ thorities or if she had been seen com- Â¬ ing out of a suspicious house at a lato hour in the evening she was arÂ¬ rested in one of these police raids generally at night convoyed in a close carriage to tho Odessa prison put into a small solltary couliiiemout coll and left to hor own agonizing No explanation was given thoughts her of this summary proceeding ami if she appealed to tho sentinel ou duty in tho corridor the only reply she obtained was Prikaauo no gav The Talking Is forbidden arit effect produced upon a young inex Â¬ perienced impressible girl by the overwln lining shock of such a transi Â¬ tion from the repose quiet ami se- Â¬ curity of her own bedroom in hor own home to a narrow gloomy coll in a common criminal pris m at night can readily bo imagined Even if siio woro a girl of courage and tirnmess of char Â¬ acter hor holf ooutrol might give way under the strain of such an ordeal The sounds which break tho stillness of a Russian criminal prison at night Â¬ Â¬ luotl You must putyotirdollio Mother away to day Flossie its Sunday yoli know Flossie Im just playing shes dead mam ma and were having a funeral Weve got a lion that laid two oggs in one day boasted a girl to a companion Thats noth- Â¬ ing My papa has laid a corner stone Philadelphia Times A now style of carving knife lias been invented which works on tho plan of scissors If it can lind the joint in the leg of a duck well agree to buy one and join the church Life Grandpa inquired Johnny Bliss must everybody die Yes my child every ono in this world must die when ids time cnmes Well lour pause what Id like to know ie wholl bury the bust man Sympathetic Friend to widow Your husbands death was a terrible one Mrs Beutly Widow sadly Ah yes Poor John was a kind hus- Â¬ band but ho didnt know much about Ar Y Sun bu saws I lent you an umbrella Brown yesterday Robinson on tho express condition that it was to be returned this morning I know Robinson you did but my dear follow it rained this morning Drakes Marjazinc Is a great help to the sick Change remarked Dr Pellet while visiting a Yes Doctor patient returned tho lattor and as my stock of It at pres ent is limited i shall have to ask you to wait awhile for your foe Uoston liudqet Littlo Darling What a pleasant gentleman Mr D Esprit tho para grapher is -- always so good natured Rival Journaliot Well if crossly you could see him grinding out hi I do youd sav he was gond- Â¬ joke An Anglican divine Dr Thomas ii ly- out of humor firi Mli Salpy French who now holds tho Ma remonstrated Bobby whon bishopric of Lahore in tho Punjaub I was at grandmas she letme have India a dignity which lie will resign two pieces of pie Well sho ought at the close of thoyoar is distinguished not to have dono so Bobby said his as a linguist even in a country whero m thor I think two pieces of pl linguists arc from the circumstances arc too much for little boys Tho older of oriental life perhaps more common you grow Bobby the more wisdom N than in any otlur Dr French Is ablo you will gain Bobby was silenced to preach with fluency in ton different but only for a moment Well x languages and is popularly known ih he said grandma is u good deal w the many tonguod man of Lahuiv than you arc six-year-- almost unknown harmless banter and hollowing and boasting are the nearest approach to brawls There is a among them that is remarkable nudalmorit pathetic Many go away that never come b tck Stand here if you will at those crowded wharves and watch the arrival and departure of lisliing Hoots and if you have a heart you will feel something heavy in your throat The old moth Â¬ ers and fathers the younger brothers and sisters the wives and wee Ushers children are all here score on score They are trying to look brave as the vessels sail out There is pride and loyal valor in their faces all They shout and shout to the departing ones who send it ill back in good measure every manner of good cheer and sea lore for luck As the schooners clear the harbor out past Ten Pound Island some will run away around the har Â¬ bors edge as if to keep company to the last But those who stay leaning far out over the dark bulkheads look lixedly on and on until the white sails disappear behind cruel Normans Woe or sink behind tho horizon and if you can see in their eyes as they at last turn to tho little home spot for the weeks or months of dreary waiting there is unutterable sadness behind tho quivering lids Then when the tleet returns who can picture the gladness the woe upon those century old wharves and slips They say that down at bravo old Marblehead every third woman is widow Here among lislter folk tha same is true And so the going and coming and going ami never coming have woven a warp and woof of smiles and tears here which have mellowed and softened thousands of human hearts in a way vu can quickly seo and feel lour fisherman who conies and the wife sweetheart or child that is here to greet him are oer tender for it all Tho old city is used to it and does not mind it It is the way its toilers of the sea have And so if you ever walk her streets and seo a hulk of a fellow holding a woman as lie would clutch a life rail or a capstan head in a heavy storm you will know he is sim- Â¬ ply making fast with the strong hawser of an honest lovo to the very anchorage of his life utterly uncon- Â¬ scious of your or anybodys sense of tho proprieties And this tenderness too is all compromising There are many trusts and funds for tho widow and fatherless and these men give gen Â¬ erously to them On every week day night the whole year through when the seaport is stirred by tho arrivals of lleots witlj their fares or cargoes of lisli there is a fishermans ball and often many These aro novor for indi- Â¬ vidual profit but invariably for tho benefit of women whoso hearts aro breaking Pittsburgh Dispatch tender-he- artedness V PERSONAL AND LITERARY A granddaughter of Charles Dick ons does a flourishing busiucs3 with a typowriter A bureau of journalism has boon established at John Hopkins UniverÂ¬ sity and is now under full headway Ulysses Grant Jr will come into tiie enjoyment of a half million or more additional by tho discoveries of silver ore in the Henrietta and Maid of Erin mines at Lcadville Mr Gladstone is immersed in liter Â¬ ary work of various kinds Thoro has long been talk that a book on the future life which has occupied Mr Gladstone ten years past may appoar short ly Public Opinion Lord Tennyson receives an income of from 20000 to Vi000 a year from the sale of his books but not a cent of it comes from au American publisher despite the fact that his poetry is nearly a popular here as in England -- William dessop recently died at Minhilil Eng Mr Jessop was well known in the industrial world and his name will be reeognicd wherever steel is used Jessops steel is a monument to ids memory which will not soon rust out Mrs Elizabeth Carroll of Warren hid claims to have been born in Pennsylvania in 1774 Her husband was a soldier in the war of 1812 Then1 is good re isou to think that Mrs Carroll is really one hundred and thirteen years old although sho is active as most women of sixty Dr Catling has invented another gun which lie calls the Police gnu and which is designed for use in riots It is brass weighs seventy eight pounds is mounted ou a tripod with a universal joint works very much like the Gatling gun and will deliver one thousand shots a minute in any direc- Â¬ tion sideways up or down Mrs Nancy Coloy of Enston Conn is probably the oldest native born white American living She was born on Greenfield Hill Conn the fall of 1779 and was so little that tho nurse could and did put hor into a pewter teapot and closed the lid But as the old lady says I lived and grew nice- Â¬ She bore twelve children all but ly two of whom are dead In tho suit of Miss Alii S Jacknian against Mrs Hannah Perkins of Watertown N Y for lfl00 tho price offered for writing a romance of Mrs Perkins life the defense claimed that Miss Jackman was not abio to write good English because she used the expressson was did and the pioseeution objected to tho literary critic who condemned the work because he gave hi opinion that it was not worth nothing Miss Jackman won the case HUMOROUS Weve known several women to be outspoken but were still looking for one thats boon outtalkod Dululh Par- Â¬ agraphs Â¬ mmiime Stei - MSa r V HOME FARM AND GARDEN Do not restrict thn boys and girls in the mutter of fresh uir LMrt Is often h beiielieiul uuconiptininicnt Potatoes intended for soo1 should be kept during tliu winter cool and airy ami if growths should appear they ought to be promptly remoYed Alleotiitn ran not be pounded into animals Kind treatment insures the affection of an animal while rough treatment is sure to euuse its hatred Ham Toiwt Mineo Home boiled ham very tine stir in a pint of cream with pepper mustard butter and two eggs boll and pour over nicely browned toast Set in the oven to dry A good plan for every farmer is to imke an inventory of movable proper Â¬ ty in the barn wagon house and tool house and then in oase of Ire he will know what is lost and how to settle the insurance Buttermilk Biscuits Three cups of buttermilk one cup of butter one tcaspootiful of cream tartar half a teaspoon of soda a dessertspoon of suit and Hour enough to make the dough just still enough to bo rolled out As a protection of fruit trees from mice some of our good fruit true grow Â¬ ers find a perfect remedy by wrap Â¬ ping a piece of stifl tarred paper eight or ten inches wide around the bottom of the tree Probablv a wider strip would prevent the gnawing from rabbits as well Potato Custard irate six largo potatoes and add to them one quart of boiling milk stir in three beaten eggs anil one quarier of a pound of sugar boil seven minutes takiu care not to let it burn then add ouc hulf cup of butter This will make three good sized custards The best fertilizers for gi Apes urn bone meal and potash Lugrouud bones arc slower in action than the meal but a bushel of them buried at the roots of a vine will in time be taken up and transformed into grapes Wood ashes and home made soft soap suds furnish potash Minced Beef Three pounds of raw beef lean chopped line live soda crackers rolled line two eggs well beaten one and one half teaspoonfuls of pepper three slices of potk chopped one half cup of milk and salt to taste Mix all thoroughly make into a loaf Baku two hours This should be sliced cold for tea or luncheon One of the most important mat Â¬ ters for beginners in poultry keeping is to know that a good laying hen is not a market fowl A plump fat hen will lay but very few eggs while a hen that lays regularly doe1 not readi- Â¬ ly become fat as she can not produce eggs ami carcass at the same time Do not keep the fat hens ami laying hens together People who have tried say that apples packed in bran in barrels will keep in excellent condition all winter Put n liner of bran in the bottom of the barrel a layer of apples stem upward upon the bran another layer ot bran upon the apples and so forth Head up and until the barrel is full store in some outbuilding until there is danger from severe freezing then either remove to the cellar or to t lie hay mow covering with hay to pro Â¬ Bruised fruit should tect from frost be carefully sorted out before the fruit Orrlmrit ami htnltu is packed Aluminum Dental Plates The early use of aluminum was not satisfactory as the metal was impure owing to the presence of iron and it soon succumbed to the fluids of tho mouth This was more generally tfuo of cast plates whjeh were not only more dillicult to make but were not as good The metal is not very easy to cast as it does not flow freely like other met- Â¬ als and the contraction is considera- Â¬ When ble causing cracked blocks made from rolled plate and pure metal aluminum for upper cases has proved very satisfactory in iny hands and not boing very expenive is a recom Â¬ mendation as it is a metal and is thus better than rubber and less in cost than gold It is very light ami strong per Â¬ fectly tasteless and odorless and as healthy to tho gums as gold or platluu Tho teeth are best attached with rubberlioslon Jludyrt The March of Science Aro you interested in the newest discoveries in science and the inventivo arts a ked Mr Knowall of Miss Do Pork a Chicago girl she replied en- Â¬ Oh yes indeed am so interested in thusiastically every thing of that sort Why do you know that when my papa first went into tho pork business he had to kill all his pigs by hand one at a time and it was drjudful tiresome sticking three or four hundred in a dau But now he has machines that simplify and beautify the work so that they kill and scald and scrape ami cut up thousands in a day at his pork packing parlors as you would say In Boston and tho work is done beautifully You must go with mo and sou it some day ita just lovely Juck 1 OCONNELLS LEAP 4 SCIENTIFIC TRUTH How n Itnlil Convict Kucuped from it South Â¬ ern I milium Prison Of the many notablo escapes from the Southern Indiana Penitentiary tho one that required tho most nerve and almost total disregard of fear was that of William OConnell a young Irish- Â¬ man Captain David Allen an ex prison official in speaking of tho mat Â¬ ter last night said lie is the bravest man I ever knew and certainly de Â¬ serves his libel ty even if ho didnt get it I nedy In order that the reader may fully understand the perils of the at- Â¬ tempt it will be necwary to give a short description of the place where it was made The chapel N a back build- Â¬ ing in the center of the inilosure It is three stories high and one side win Â¬ dow is nearly Jifty feet from the ground About three and a half feet to the right of the window is a small projecting stoneabout two feet square Once on it it would be easy for one to niako his way to the roof of the guard house When they were building the chapel Captain Allen looked out of this window and tfdggcsied jiiiiigly that a man might jump from the window to the projec Â¬ tion and escape but he shuddered as he looked down at the ground and thought of the awful peril that would attend such an attempt Not one man in a thousand was the unanimous de- Â¬ cision would try such a foolhardy Tito escape occurred about sixteen months ago OConnell worked in the shoo shop under Guard James Ken Â¬ thing OConnell however had nerve He had hidden a suit of clothes in the chapel and one day just after dinner lie deserted his po t il the shoe hop when Mr Kennedys back was turned and secretly going to the chapel dis cai ded his convict clothing ami arrayed hiniMlf in citizens attire Then he lowered the window from he top and climbed out on the sill It was raining hard and the projecting rock was verv slippery Steadying himself he made the leap It must have been a terrible moment for him and he kjicw that the slightest mistake would cau e him to fall lifty feet ami be mashed to death on the jagged curbing of the pavement below Buthe landed safely on the projection and then carefully made his way to the Here he roof of the guard house raised the skvlight and went dovui into the guard room through a small stair- Â¬ way Walking boldly out into the hall he ran the gauntlet of a dozen paiis of the harpest eyes in the State and was at liberty Then lie sauntered out on the street into the city A few days later he was captured at Memphis a little town about twenty three mile- - from Jcffcrsonvillc and is now -- erving out in the prison his time OConneils is a Mory that has been told and Lea retold hundreds of times by the con Â¬ Louisville victs to the newcomer Tunis -- The health authorities of Clinton Ct have spoiled the famous hermit Thce known as tho leather man callous pcr ons unfeelingly cleaned out the hermits hovel and then forci Â¬ It bly washed him and Mil his hair ruins ji hermit profe sionally to wash him just as it due- - an Auaichist - which County Me used to be regularly written up as a wilderness u few years ago is now a highly civilized coin- well settled liiuuity - Aroostook A mkiiK shadow tho detective nvs Heuits of wood houHu paluters druwuru of water inaruio nrtisw Itoitun Conner on Monday An IriHh CaiITAI It tea clothes inn for tho washerwoman lloxton- Unltetln wake is generally characterized by a spree do corpse letters letters of credit iir The axiom that hunt expands and cold contract does not apply to coal dealers billa When n photographer jrooi to sea lin docHut feel at homo anywhere but in tho Amono traveling suIuhuicu ns iirHt law Iije ltooTiuACKS nuiHt havu order in Hoav Ilulii of Khiuur A originated ou tho points herein To understand how intimately related are tho human kidneys to tho physical health wo propose metaphorically speaking to take one from tho human body and plucoit in tho wash bowl before us and examine It You will hiMKino that wo have boforo us a body shaped llko a beau smooth und pits tenltiK about four inches in length two in width mid one in thickness It weighs in tho adult about live ounces Tho body of tho uvurugouizo nam contains about teu quarts of blood ovory drop of which pofiiOH through tbeoo illterers or sew ers many times a day uh often as through tho heart making a coiapleto revolution in threo minutes Tko kidneys tako away deadly impurities from 05 gallons of blood euch hour or about 4l barrels euch day or JltJ5 hogsheads a year Let uh slice this dohcato organ open length wise and roughly describe its interior Wo find it to be tilled with hundrodsof littlo tubes short and thread like starting from tho arteries ending in a littlo tuft about midway from tho outside opouing into a sac which holds tho water to further undergo purification beforo it passes into tho ureters und out of tho body Theso littlo tubes ura lilters which do their work auto- Â¬ matically and right hero tho disease of tho kidney llnd begins lrout tho slightest irregularity in our habits from cold from high living from stimulants or a thousand and ono other daily causos they loso their force What is tho roBultl Congestion or stop pagoof tho current of blow in tho small blood vessels surrotindiLg them which bo come blocked theso delicato membranes uro irritated inflammation is sot up then pus is formed which collects in tho sac tho tubes are at ilrst partially and soon totally unablo to do their work Tho suu goes on distending with this corruption pressing upon tho blood vessels All this time remember tho blood which is enter- Â¬ ing tho kidneys to bo llltercd is passing through this terribly disgusting pus for it cunnot toko any other rente It would bo just as reasonable o expect to escape contagion if a pest houso wore set across Broadway and countless thousands were compelled to go through its postlleu tiul doors as for ono to expect tho blood to escapo pollution when constantly running through such a diseased kidney Now what is tho result Why that the blood takes up and dexsits this poison as it sweeps along Into cvory organ into overy inch of muscle tissue llesh aud bono from your hcud to your feet And whenever from hereditary influence or otherwise ono part of tho body is weaker than anoMier a countleos trum of diseases is established such us consumption in weak lungs dys jMjpsla where there is a dolicate atomach nervousness insanity purulysisor heart disease m those who huvo weukitcrvcB and bad circulation Hut tho medical profession knowing that they cannot cure diseases of tho kidneys treat tho munifuld symptoms caused by thiB primary or causative disease As fant as they cure ono symptom another secondary ono nppoars nnd so thev go ou uselessly trpating effects tho cause being untouched Hut you sny my kidneys aro all right 1 have no pain in tho buck Mistaken man People die of kidney disease of so bad a charartor that the organs are rotten and yet they never there had a paia nor an ache How can you kuow that you huvo kid ney disease i Only by noting tho general effects wrought by tho kidney ixusoncd blood in other parts of the body Kidney disease disguises itself under Hyinptojus of common head lungs skin liver aud atomach disor ders If you notlco that you are not in as rolia ble health as formerly in any respect then Ihe chances aro that though you may huvo no known chronic disease your blood isfullofurio kidney acid Then comes in tho ounce of prevention Then you should uso Wurnors safe euro tho only trustworthy specific for uric acid or kidney diseases primary or secondary Tho most skillful physicians cannot detect such disease at times for tho kidneys themselves cannot Iki examined by any moans which we have ut our command Even an analysis of tho water chemically and microscopically nothing reveals dellnlto in many cases oven when tho kidneys aro fairly broken down lhen lookout for them as disease no matter where situated to HI per coat as shown by after death examinations has its origin in tho breakiug down of theso ho crating tubes in tho interior of tho kidnoy Warners safe cure us it becomes year after year hotter known for ha wonderful cures und its power over tho kidneys has done aud is doing moro to increase tho aver age duration of life than ull the physicians known It is a true specific mild but certain harmless but energetic and ugrceable to tho tuste Tako it whou sick us a cure and never let a month go by wilhont taking a few bottles as a preventive that tho kidneys may bo kept In proper order tho blood pure that health and long life may bo your blessing You cant muko a performing oaaluo of a poo dull dog 1 Â¬ Â¬ Kacupa Small pox Willi n TaiI lloufto In UroiKlvriiy Koine time uo an article was published in tho fieltttljlc American which at tho time attracted wido attention By request of a correspondent wo reproduce tho loading Â¬ How In a report Issued by tho Ohio State Forestry Bureau the position Ib taken that wood and not gold Is the true basis of national wealth nnd tho planting of forests Is recommended for 1 To ameli Â¬ tho following reasons orate tho climato by sheltering the ground keeping it warmer in winter and coolor in summer 2 To regulate to n certain degree tho water supply 1 of streams To shelter Holds farm animals and homes against the trying winds of whiter 4 To furnish mate- Â¬ rials for the various industries One of tho sights at Buffalo is the Cyclone a huge pneumatic grain trans- Â¬ ST JACOBS OIL WHAT IT HAS DONE Relief In any climate at any season one or two applications of 8tt Jambs Oil relieves often euros iiermuticntly cxuvrliiioe in ten years This is tho average eonllnu to dlix ctious every bottle Cures Theeonlcnts of a Ixittlo have cured thousands of extreme chronic cases Used ar there Li a cure in The Testimony Thousand of testimo Â¬ nials substantiate the above statements in tho euro of all kinds of painful ailments The Proof To make sure or this show hip answers to inquiries concerning the jcr iiianeney of the cures resulted iw follows That from date of healitnj to data of renponu ttfry cure has rimained jtennanetit without re- Â¬ currence OfjHlltl fer barge It looks like a gigantic hop per on a raft It is said that by means of an uir exhaust it Â¬ can elevate two hundred bushels a minute which is very much moro than tho ordinary ole Boston UmUjcL Tho Common Lot vator can do Boouer or later that tlmo will arrive that place will wait for your coming thut chain must bind 3ou in helpless death thut sleep must fall on your senses But thousands every year go untimely to their fate and thousands moro lengthen out their days by heedful timely euro For tho falling strength the weakening organs tho wast Â¬ ing blood Dr Tierces lolden Medical Dis- Â¬ covery is a wonderful restorative and a pro longer of strength and life It purifies tho blood nud invigorates tho system thereby fortifying it ugaiuot disease Of drugglsta Phakino up the dry bones Texan iHjtlugs Bilious reader Tho end man There In jiluco no lorn cftii rcuch llicro In a Mum no toIcu can tench Thoro li a clinlM no power ran Tliorn Is n aloup no iounJ enn wake trik Its Supremaoy The twenty million bottles sold can bo jtuttly rated as so many cures in alinoMt every case a HM manenl cure Its price is the surety of every bottle IwIiib the same every boltlc being a euro und the poor are protected Â¬ Sold by Dntpyirti and Ikalcri Tlio Clinrlen A Voculcr Co Kwryvihere Itiiltu Qld JWtrAltB OF IMITATIONS AZ1TAT8 IVll DR llHUCtCS JPRZLtCTB OJt ZITTLB SUQAIUCOATED PILLS ASK erate without dlHturbnnco to tlio nystcm diet or occupation lut up in slass vlnlt hcrmctl cully scnlcd Always frtBli and reliable As a laxative nltorutlvo or purRatlve theso little Pellets give the incwt perfect satisfaction oas tv w UVbH uvfewo PWJzr oolk QQ6 IZIT BBk jPVaV r JBV sv rS Tho Original vill lienor resume its func Â¬ tions with regularity ami vigor if you per sist In pestering it with blue pill and calomel Dont vou know that theso uro equally objectionablo forms of tho cumulative xisou mercury Wo presumo you do and yet you go on using them Desist and ro pair damages regulate tho abused organ and invigorato it with llostotters Ktoiit ach Bitters incomparable also for dyspep- Â¬ sia nervousness und kidney complaints Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thut Uufbriuiiiito ttvor of Toura Being entirely vegetable they op- Â¬ SICK HEIMI nill Mii Iloiulaclie Dizinonv CuiiNtlpu 1 One need not bo in tho ring to huvo a lnrge clrclu of acquaintances Detroit Fru Jic Grout llttlo Men Some of tho greatest men that ever lived wore of small stature aud of insignificant uppcarauce Tho reader will readllv recull many instances Very small are Dr Vierces Pleasant Purgative Pellets but they aro fur more effective than tho huge old fashioned pills which are so diftlcult to swal low and so harsh in their action Tho Pellets aro gentle and never cause coiiHtipu tion For liver stomach und bowel derange- Â¬ ments they have no equal Â¬ Â¬ lernnnoiiiciitH of tho stoir ach nnd bowels are prompt- Â¬ ly relieved unit pcrniancntly pi red liv tlin lliM of Mr luraatlvo of theso lloreo PleaMtuit remedial powerPnllota In explanation of tin 1ollotfl over ho irrcnt a variety of dlsenscB it may truthfully lie nald that their action upon the nystcm In unlvermil not n Khmd or tissue Sold by cficapiiiH their sanutivo intluone lniKirl8ts25ccntH a vlul Mauufuctured ut tbn Chcinicnl Laboratory of WoiuuH UisiENSAar MiuiUAii Association nutfulo N Y tlon Bmi Itfoiet Jon Illlloua AttacJtujinilull Many un old book him to bu bound over to keep the piece Detroit hrtt 1rcta Check Colds and BronclUtis with Hales Honey of Horehouud and Tar iikou Toothache Drops Cure in ono minute WoitKiNO in with putlonts AV X with a will A lawyer Wort A doctor Critic JOirIAR inal uiul only huml--vc- il lt V 400 Nliue In the world KiiuU cuivtom mniln huud aevtvd ahoca that roal from SO to SO SI OO NIIOU he orig- Â¬ W L DOUGLAS CtNTLCMrM Â¬ 3 SHOE- The only 83 HKAMIKS8 Jlutton aud Lace all lea toe As stylish O ami lumnie an inoic cutting SiortCIloyo an wear l lie w J DIIUULAS y allot ro anon 111 1110 worm wuu out tnckn or iiiiIIh PlntHt Calf liorlut lit ami warranted loiikTcu- ft Ml IU m CnUirrh which Chronic they canuot euro SYMPTOMS OF CATAKRBI Dull heavy licnduclic obstruction of tho nasnl passnges llechnrfrcfl Inlllnu from tho head Into tho throat sonictlnics profuse wntnry aud acrid ut others thick tonaclous mucous purulent bloody and putrid tho cyoa are wcuk watery and intlamed there Is riiiKlnsr in tho cars dcafncfui lincltlnpr or coufflilnir to clear tlio throat expectoration of offensive matter tojrcthor with scabs from ulcers tho voice is cbiuiKcd and has a numil twunir the breath is oircimlve etncll and taste nro im- Â¬ paired there is n nennatlon of dlulueas with mental deprcesion a haekiiiK couli and ffen oral debility Only a fow of tho ubove nained symptoms are likely to I mi prcsont in any ono cusp ThousunilH of cases annually without manifcstlnir half of tho above symptoms re- Â¬ sult in consumption und end in tho grave No dldcaso Is no common mom deceptive nud duiiKcroiiii or Icm understood by physicians Uyita mild noothliiL aud healing properties Dr SauuH Catarrh Remedy runu tho worst KIav la offered by tho munufactnr ern of Dr Sagpn Catarrb S500HS easo m m Ptl Itomcdy for a Nnsul of s Coryza and Catarrhal Headache 50 every Sold by druggists cnscHof Catarrh cold In tho head where conts MS V v Untold Agony from Catarrh Prof W Haimnkh tho fatnniiH meamcrlat Homo ten yearn ago of Ithaca N Y wiiies 1 mifTcrcd untold agony from ebronlo nasal catarrh My family physlclnn avo mo up ni Incurable and said I mimt die My cuno was such a bad one that overy day towards aun net my olco would become no hoiirdu 1 could barely sMalt above a whisper Jn the morning niv eougliiug aud clearing of my throat would Ur Hngon nlhioHt Mi angle me lly tho Cntarrh Jtcmedy In ttircv moritlii I was a wed man aud the euro has been permanent tf i Â¬ Â¬ TOm u4 xxU CU4I ktiai f DOtlUIAS SUno SHOE I unex W celled for heavy wenr If not uold by your dealer write WL DOUGLAS llrocktou Mat IMlMd T 53 Â¬ nnraLTn untAiymALM lJ years The droplns into the throat icerc uamrtit inj My nose bled tiU moit dully Hinct the flrt day wcoflyn Cream Jlalin have had no blttdlng the norentts m entirety yont D f Jhmil- tarrh lindyet A Zf CATARRH ss3BTx7f9i WMAM BrU DP7JiyRrcuu ft I uof Oonotantly Hawking and Splttlnp Thomas J ItusniNU Kst fool Vine Street J was a groat Biifferor St laula Mo wrltfs from catarrh lor three years At times I could hardly breathe and was constantly hawking and spitting und for tho lust eight month could not breathe through tlio nostrils I thought nothing could be done for mo Luck- Â¬ ily I wan udvlHcd to try Dr Sngoa Catarrh ltemcdy nnd uni now a well man I believe It to tie tho only euro remedy for catarrh now manufactured und ono has only to give It a fair trlul to experience nBtouudlug results und a permanent cure Threo Dottlco Curo Catarrh EM IlonniNS tlnnian P O Columbia Co My daughter had catarrh when Pa says 1 Â¬ Â¬ IrlroHleenUnt driitniirUt by innll leirlnteivdCOcta KIY UltOTIIKltSUUrveiiiebUtKuw York urllelet Applied Into WB3MrtkA HAl FEVER cnrhnixtril aim cable nnd l Â¬ THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY Kor IIvor lllle Inillirentlonnlc Free irom Merenryt ciiiUIii onlv Ilirw Veiretabli- - Inirredlentu Aireat NKW YOUK IIA8 N tlUTTKVroN Toques fM i years old very badly 1 saw Dr Hngon Catarrh llemedy advertised and pro- Â¬ cured a iHJttlo for her nnd soon saw that it Bho wob five L2 helped her a third botflo effected a perma Â¬ nent curo She is now eighteen years old and sound and hearty nan novel is of coursn elopement is apt to iio a miss ad - ntiou An - - This shows thut tho mind is never ventura Dnlnth Jarayrahhi cupublo of tho severe und continued applica- Â¬ tion necessary to creative work unless the YVurN tho Imkcr makes his morning body Is uv its nest Tho womuii who aspires rouudH the roll uull Is in order Jiunton to till an exulted place among hur associ JJ a tie tin ates must bo free from nervous debility and female weaknesses Dr Pierces Fuvorito OjPOUTUNiTiKh are like vucaat lots T hoy Prescription will bullish these and it is must bo improved to bo profitable A U warranted to restore those functional har Â¬ monics which are Indispensable to health Jlctiyune Ah u spcciile for nil thoso chroalo weak The bored of trade The- clerks behind ueftHcs aud ailments peculiar to women It Is uucquulcd otiWf Cititen tho counters A touno man who intended to pre hit Dont run upulnst a chimney sweeper ult Unit went aud had bin suit prcssu- dLuuxll bos liable to lain soot niraiiistyou health - women who huvo achieved famo m art li- Â¬ terature or affairs huvo enjoyed vigorous Imnous Women It is a nltruitlcuut fuel thut most of tho DURANCS wrj V RHEUMATIC REMEDY NTINK will iMHltlvelv euro rlieumntlim when itvcrytblnit eln on unrtti fall It I Ukmi Internally und cureii quickly nnd thoroughly wliliout rulnlnu ttiaatom one dollar a beltla or nih Ik lioltle for Ave dollr Mold by ull ilriiuiilKt Kond for f re 4aiaire imiiiiihlet to K K IIKIPHKV lrlr Ju IrOvpeuliialoar 1ULII1 1 UJ7lflltllAvN Y AMIWS VUKK PER KOHIT men eaiira eni Mr llr Henfla rrvTrn IrniilHn IHrlrl ItelU llruhliri ote Imly nirentN wanted foi Kleelrlo orcein Quirk aahnWrliu for trnn DnHroll tJHnmilwnyN Y claieat UljaulujualJnlrily u rjiui1 vauiiruai XWholly unlike nrtlHrlni nvatrm ny I100U IrHrnril In one rondlna IloornuiomliM by Iauk Twain Uiciuud IaocTon UiorieUnlUI llniia W W Aaron JUUAn I llENJA UIN Dr MlNOli Ao Olaaanf llUUolumbla I aw lud nli tnniiUweaotSiHlriinliat Yata 4Ji at Unletlly a viihii i wuwi uiirivj wviiv ii4 111 v iMin MEMORY nJ 100 OrnauKU WAHIIINOTilNDC VOIlIAllH ASTHMA fUKGiriC clvefl nroflublBBit tutiiaartrciM OH linSllUUUIKCM rirtttnl TV TW n4 DOAvrTBASTHMA i rnttlt Uiu KUUUhel KM wITCHES FROMznSI25 KwlSWK m WAilAru In thoworld loKiitf rtMiiiplorMiiruniotlilllUKM Culit- W Madutuu Uiicuku iMtsswS rjKif Uail CACkAOR i rmpMt KHKB kr HI fur trt PttUg aud THY IT 1 roruAM a co rilIIADRIriMA PA 230 Inuurllclei In thrt world I intuplB AAXTinJAYUHOSHOSUttruitMiclu 11 A MONTH Aatntitntrt abet A CO ell Cltixen Jutit I iiavb been occasionally Tun difference between ait advance nirnt Ooughs and in euch cane huvo and a barbur is saiil to bo that one Ih sent JtitoMiiiu TnouiKS which fulled and I must say they ahoadand tho other is a head scentcr uono in tho world iduA JJoun HnUtliti Wow Js let tho cover of tho tlio night the time Hold Mil down over Park A Jay lb coaL tho tramp as lie him fur troubled with MTI UT nook keeplntr lVnmamhlp Arllb used BuowNn niello Shorthand etc Ilioruuirlily Uuctit have never uru second to by wall Circular free BRTlrt01XOK llrlKT May Uaihur MtnVr Uiril forJouliryOranutatedHouaand AN- K110 t laul Alutu BUNC nCnLcriiidied Orator Hhella Htnd for Irlto Mil YOHK tJIIKMlCAI WOIIKH York Ia WHE WHITINU W AHWMT14KH lMIAHk5 ataU lliat jew M U AuvHrUtli Lit Fiikkck la golden oulu inuaio U ckeuu U1UII Tllll MVKK VXUIM HAWIIrON 5 TO KlthK MiirNiini under feel Wrllo DHknMKUttilIfTY BklkMUtnKUrO HllKIk 8 A DAY Sarunlea worth fl lhhirwa 50 oturn mail Mily New Tailor Kytflin ire FREE Cattlnv MOODY Pull Ileeioflitlm t IncllinallU a CCHfl doariialnnufyonrMilf Willi ISr for com 9ENU ploin wrUieiiprmllciloii Lf your futnrn life to IV MjOKKK Vori llowor Jeff Co Ohio C1DUC In Ohio Cheap Oool fend ordocrlptlOB rilnMO iuidirive Ji N UANcuurr JcitiroiiQ J hf vl jiepsr -- m iwuujroumwnLnmjiiiJtiuwLiuuiJJnuuuisn xi IIazel Jjceen Herald k Poncoon Earth Awaits that countless army of myrtyrs whoso ranks aro constantly recruited from tho victims of nervousness and The price of tho boon norvoiiH diseases is a systematic course of Ilostottors Stomach Hitters the finest and most genial of tonic nervines pursued with rea Â¬ Lasier plcasanter sonable persistence md safer this than to swash the victualling department with pseudo tonics alcoholic or the reverse beef extracts nerve foods narcotics sedatives and poi sons in disguise Tired Natures sweet restorer balmy sleep is tho providen- Â¬ tial recuporanl of weak nerves and this glorious fraiichjsojieiiig usually the con sequence of sound digesthu and increased vLor tho great stomachic which insures both is productive also of repose at Not tinrolroshed the required time awakens the individual who uses it but vigorous ekar headed and tranquil Use tho Hitters also in fever and ague rheumatism kidney troubles constipation and biliousness Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Subscription - SI a Yoar And AltiMt ltd lultl In Advaiuo EASTERN KENTUCKY WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING Compiled ly CcmntjCut nnl Coiitlcntil troin Our OontoiupoinilcH - LIVERY SALE AND t FEED STABLE HAZEL GREEN IIAVINO ICY -- FOE nnil II Wood J MOIIOAN COUNTY Wiisr JjiiiBHTY Feb 7 Wo hoar it rumored that lion V O Mize of Wolfe cutintv will ho a eaililaio for Congress from this the Tenth Congressional district Whether this be true or not we don t known but should it be so permit mo tspuuo horc to nay that better material can aiotnelounu anywhere hi tiie nuweiuynne He is counties composing our district every inch a man in the true nonse of the word hud as for hi Jcmolirrtey everyone who is acquainted with him knows he is always ready and willing to do anything that is honorable to promote the interest of the Democratic party And should this nomination ho tendered him 1 dare say the Jtopublioans would receive it with such a shock that not one could bo found who would offer himself as a sac J Jrifico for the interest of the Republican f party On last Wednesday ribout 2 oclock an alarm of fire was heard it took but a moment to reveal the fact that the store- -- iJ50cil Correspondence sonable and satisfaction Kiiarinterd 2811 J II IIKltATT re quetfullyfitlieit the public patronage I ill feed hordes hy the Hinjjlc feed day week or month ami t iko pleasure In iviiiK all stoek entrusted to me espeeiul attention riHorsos bought and sold on eoinmi--donnd will drive horses to huiiicsy tor all who desire my services All eharijCH rea n ITriK UP A FIUS CLASS STAHIJ2 ami piovidetl with saddle ami liirnes8 horses and vehielen my-u-l- f Â¬ O- - We will Manufacturers and holesab- Dialers in - put on sale the best value in an I 5 Py proper management and tho assistance of all tho firo was soon subdued The cause was a defective Hue Capt T J Henry Clerk of tho Court of Appeals and who has been in the intcrior part of the State for a month re turod home last Thursday fames Wolsh of Jong JJranch was in town faturdav nnd says all in his section are in itvor of railroad tax Demaree of Campton -tyTreaiLMl at tho Methodist church Satur- day night and Sunday mouse of V r Cox Co was on lire -- - Lcv Wild Injun y 1 - u ii t blaino for his absence We did not mean tn cut his wings entirely oil We hoard from his roosting place the other day and he was musing abuut tho exact distance of news items J W Steele has been in this locality several days surveying for the Dennis heirs The tract of land is large and it is known as tho Dennis survey When the line nro all run several land owner will loo a corner hero and there and flome their entire farms and building Died On tho 1st inst at 10 oclock r m A J Walters son of Thomas Walters of this place Ho was taken to the family grave yard near tho head of Red Kiver tor burial lie was a groat pot of tho father and the parting was u grievous one Well Uncle Uonius after the subject of your Hiblo riddle had vomited out the preacher ho the preacher wa willWo ing to go and preach tho truth think a great big whale h needed to Hwallow some of the preachers of today Horn On the 3d inst to the wife of Frank Sample twin boys both dead On the 1st inst to the wife of A C Clruell a boy weight 11 pounds Logan Linden has boon on tho sick list a few days but ho and others that have been sick are all now about well Hon K M Pieritt is home on a short Visit and ho is having a line run of talk just now Hlukt Â¬ In Tin Iirald of EzrL Feb last week wo noticed that your corres pondent Wild Injun was inquiring about tho Flying Man Perhaps wo are to 5 Â¬ ItllUATlflTT COUNTY Special Correspondent Jackson Fob 0 Hon J P Maris Commonwealths Attorney for this District is now at his post of duty His absence during the hrst week of court was due to tho change of time for tho beginning of tho term Ho belongs to the get there KM M club and poeses all the characteristics of its most promi nent members Four felony cases have been tried John Hush charged with Horse st a i ig was given two years in the penitentiary Henley Johnson malicious cutting and woundimr was fined 50 and the jury failed to make a verdict in the cases against John T Deaton and Green Ialeigh charged with robbery Tho cao of tho Commonwealth against Kobl Frazier for killikg Willie Sewell will be submitted to the jury tomorrow All tho evidence has been taken and most all but two of the attorneys have argued the case Wo will bo able in our next letter to give tho result of tho trial As wo said in our last letter considerable feeling is manifested and a variety of opinions exist as to tho result but so far as we have been able to barn the pro ponderanceof public sentiment favors the conviction Mr Marrs has taken the place of Wheeler in the piMxcutiou and in addition to tho attorney reported in our last letter Col Van Vouni of Mt Sterling has been retained for the proo oution and Capt W L Hurst of Wolfe county for tho defense Lat week Iviser Wilson shipped from Upper Frozen to Johnson Newman Co Louisville twenty barrels of his ICisor is per celebrated white molasses haps one of the mo a practical farmers in tho county and thinks all tillers of the soil in this section will find it to their intoiest to grow large crops of this cane It requires all tho time of Deputy Sheriff A II Short to prevent tho Court from being disturbed by the suooes of T J Coruolisoi of the Richmond bar Ill uo orass attorneys will sleep sherifisto Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ UNLAUNDRIED SHIRT No 011 Main Street 10 Summer St Louis villo Ky UostonMas3 Represented Blackburn fe Ever offered in Lcxina ton by 1 nlv D LANGELLiS PSTI ASTHMA AND l4ws mm CATARRH REMEDY ji TfffirvlivTtI A White Shirt at 89 Cents tAhl llu ini striiLtrb d JO vears life and deitlj with AhTUMA or IMUJIlSie SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIRTG We have and ean show von more Overcoats than all tho clothing houses in Lexington together and at price that will astonish von jeeeive instantaneous relief K M Carson A M Warren Kan writes Was treated In eminent physiidans nf this eoiinti ami tieiiuany tried the climate 01 ditlcreiu States nothing n Horded relief like represented 1 trea ed l eminent lisiiians and reeeiv imr no ht iuHt I was emiipt Iled dnrini the list r M ars nf my ilhu s to sit on an ehair day and nitrtit ajiim for breath My sufferings seie beyond description In desp iir I experimented on myself bv enmpouudim roots and inhalim the medieine thus obtained I fortunately discovered this WONOKU criJK lNlt ASTHMA AND TA TA KKH warranted to relieve the most stub born ease of ASTHMA I KlVKMlNUTis so that the palient ean lie down to ie t and sleep eoinforlably ilease read the follow imr eoioleiiMd oxtraets from unsolicited tes timoniiils nil of it cent date OltverVlt Moliues Sm lose Cal writes I liud the Remedy all and even more than ipa q n Ill Â¬ Â¬ -- LEADING CLOTHIERS 7tf f Ohio writes Sulfered ith Asthma 10 earsYoiir mili eine in minutes iloes more for me than tin most eminent physician did for me in three years II C Plimpton lolict III writes Send tatarrh Kemedy at onee Cannot yet alone the contrary notwithstanding find it to be the most valuable without it Col L M Day of Daysborouirh and medicine I have ever tried lodge Irvin Halsoy of Mt Sterlimr We have many other hearty testimonials add dignity to the bar and luster to the of cure or relief mid in order thai all stiller ers from Asthma Catarrh Hay 1ever and court room kindred diseases muv have anopportuniiy Rev Howard Fallon preached hero of Ic timr the alue of the llemedv we will yesterday to a largo audience send to anv address Tltl L rACKAK This term of court will hold in all l MJBK OK CirAUtil- If your drmrgist tails to keep it do not permit him to sell j on some v live weeks worthless imitation In hi- representing it to bejiist as ijood but send directly to us In Brlof And to The Point Write vour name and addiess plainlv dilnw J ZIMMIUMAN A Co lroj s Dyspepsia is dreadful Disordered liver is misery Indigestion is a foe to Wholesale lruiuists Woostor Wayne Co Ohio Full si 15nv by mail 100 ju Oy good nature Tho human digestive apparatus is one I voiir It priiaration lhelps V Lexington Ky JVBiJ a Br n v www vrwwmruuaxeTaMriMJTjjjmiMrww Orij-i-s- - ft mwhh hb mumnwn in BROW M7 h rf-f--l iZmtK4HP u itiCr n s 1 PlIIJIMIBT tv K - mn iMlifJClu B- I J i - - of tho most complicated and wonderful of order Greasy food tough fond sloppy food bad cookery mental worry Into hours irregular habits and many othur tinnus which ought not to be have made Un American people a nation oi dyspeptics Hut Greens August Flower lias done a wonderful work in reforming this sad business and male ing the American peo ple so healthy that they can enjoy tlieir meals- and K- happy Remember No happinoss without health Hut Greens Augut Flower brings health and happiness to tho dys peptic Ask your druggist for a bottle Â¬ - things in existence It is ottsily put out Willi David Williams and Hiram Ilaney are both having timber cut to build dwellings at this place Mr Williams will build on a lot that ho purchased of Wheeler mid Mr Ilaney will build on the farm ho urchaed of Jo McLJuiro which is ad joining this place consequently there Nv ill be two nice dwelling houses go up 4huro in u slant time Who will build C Â¬ Guassy Cukbk Feb SIBVERS CARSON 5fc We have in stock many patterns that have 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 choice Â¬ ltt designs in FSi next - 0 G37 mpany Wesl Main Street nGly Parlor Cabinets Ladies Music Desks Music Cabinets Hall Stands Book Cases Side Boards Chiffoniers K C fcM Wild Injun I am still Or Tho Wing aml of course I have not forsaken you It is true thuro was a railroad meeting vr at least I heard there was but I did not yet scared Now cousin I bopc I will have the pleasure of being at your town sooh tram or no train Hope you will not get uneasy about mo any more remain yours llev 1 T Pieratt of Hazel Green closed a meeting at the Caskoy school house yesterday which lasted one week 1 Â¬ LOUISVILLE LOUIS STIX Seventy fivo cents m un k i The meeting wits well attended so oral addition to tho church by baptism and Huverul reclaimed Wo hope Hro Pieratt win uiiiiiu liquid toon lor no is a good worker S8 Rs w 0 K D L Williams who has been very low for several months with lung trouble avu aro pround to statu ip able oaeo more to bo out and in fact for tho last few days has boon running tho mill Dave is a good miller and always makes good uieal Ilico Roberts who 1ms boon running tho mill at this pined foriomo time has yjiiit tho mill and gone to fanniiftf Ulto lias concluded that it is bettor to raise Jifini than to look totliatolltljfch for it 0 W Clark of Maytown gave tis a ho pleasant call last week While-ieri- Informed tis that ho wolild go to Mont joinery county in a few dayarf ifobort J Wi Troin this nluno to his farm which is on tho head of this crock uijoiningK JlJ rear will inoya in Ojfyw days O W i r Murphy John B Oakjoy was thrtwn from a tho other diiv and was badly hurts talk ftrtr rtx broken besides other injuries ble Fn nehliurg Courier HOI KflALK PKALEIW IN Tho people of Wolfe county are anx iout for n railroad and willing to lend all aid and encouragement jn their pow er to tin extension of tho K it S A road and also tho K Uroad Wolfe county has the name both far and near of being ono of tho most live energetic counties in tho mountain and her peo ple deserve a great deal more of praise for their energy Though their count is poor as far asagreultural interests go THIRD RAGS i UNI01T STREETS tho people aro raising a large amount ol tock and making money and have some good mountain farms Their county IllllV is rich in mineral and timber lands anil bids fair when the opportunity comes J b Iunlapl H Dunlap W J Unrrctt of being rich suro enough if tho people keep up to their standard of industry DONLAP BROS CO Tho chief trouble with journalism in Wholesale Manufacturer of this country suonu to be that tho men who know best how to run a newspaper aro engaged in other linos of business clerking drivinir wagons orintheom bryo state of some other professions Prof 11 A Irvin of Lexington is AND MUIKS IS bote to take charge of our high school SADDLERY HARDWARE Ho comes well recommended both ns a twicher unci a christian goutlomoiu Wo 728 unci 700 Y Main St welcome you brother Irvin LOUISAJLLK KY Ilolian of Mariba paid usa visit the othor day He ifi highly educated frUcprcHeatcd hy l01J NUNNKtiLY nnd it Wiia quito intorestingto hear him aJOly Â¬ r c unt v k CO NOTIONS c 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 C P BROWER CO CARPETS f Cincinnati ADDLES HARNESS ETC lr - On Tjik Wino TaWi Vivy paper Only 100 THE 1IKHALD is only 100 a venr now ia Uid limo to aubucrlbo FURNITURE WALL PAPER DRAPERIES ART GOODS Corner Main and Broadway LEXINGTON KENTUCKY a