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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tft4fMWtyWMl WpP SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Iazel Green Herai M t Devoted to the Development of Kanteru Kentucky t- - 9100 A YEAR Always In Advarioe VOL III HAZEL GREEtf WOLFE COUNTY KY ALL OVER THE WORLD IN A WEEK FRIDAY FEBRUARY Â¬ 17 1888 NO 60 yjBKJWTUfcvrtowfftwinyrrwaJwiiCAYt 4 ISAAC W MAPEL And Real Estatk Aount HAZEL OUEEN KY Will practice in nil the Courts of Wolfe Powell Menifee ami Breathitt counties TitlcHOxnmiucil abstract furnished tax es paid for noiwesidonte real estnto bought iuh oold Collections a specialty Clement A Day was hanged at Utiea Â¬ N Y on Thursday week for the murder of his mistress Rosa Cross last June An ovarian tumor that weighed thirty pounds was last week removed from Mrs B toiTn n EVANS F llotder at Winchester from the cfibets of which she died GREEN KY HAZEL John Knifton an Englishman haH offExaminer of ered to fight John L Sullivan Americas for Wolfe champion slugger for 200 about 10000 Respcctfnully solicitis the patronage of the and the championship belt public nnd wJJUiUttond promptly to all bus iness Qntrraa to his care Thu Indianapolis Sentinel was last week Mto a Fort Wayne syndicate for 75000 ID AKER MACK Thoj niil it m too high We would Depositions county Â¬ Attorneys-at-La- w j jVja have relmquis he r imwt J Thk Hkkalu for half Hack Breathitt County JACKSON KENTUCKY County Attornoy Roal Estate Agent and Notary Public Practices in all Courts in Wolff and Adjoining Counties and Court of Appeals jjiErCol lections a Specialty J 0 C LYK1NS Ac Jc inp n last week the Norton Apple Iron Works at Ashland paid gate 30000 the amount of a judgment tV obtained against them for the use of land In Eastern Kentucky uc Mrs Sue K Burch Postmistress at Â¬ TJR Camiton Woikk County Ky J A TAULBlife Georgetown died Wednesday week of typhoid pneumonia Less than a vcar ago she was appointed to the unexpired term of her husband who died after filling the posi tion for only six months Â¬ Governor Wilson of West Virginia Physician and Surgeon Hazel Green Wolfe County KENTUCKY Several years ago the city of Lexington went an agent to New York to sell live WITH refunding bonds of the Big Fandy Railroad Co issue of 1853 Ihe bonds were lost and after a fruitlesi search new ones were issued 210 W Market St Louisville Ky Solicits the patronage of Eastern Kentucky Lat week the old bonds amounted to 12 tor Blank Books Blanks Ac 00 turned up and were presented lor pay ncntby the Adams Express Company The IEltATT IIOUSeT Mayor has advised the City Council not to A T Pikkatt Proprietor Ezel Morciav County Ky accept them as they show fraud and the The house is new and newly furnished Expiess Company proposes to bring suit for throughout Fare first class and charge the amount reasonable Sumple room furnished comA J Alexander of Woodford County mercial men Good stable in connection has sent to Morehead Rowan County 500 and special care taken of horses a general pounds of llour ulso GOO pounds of llour jeAt mv stor will be found pricks stock of merchandise at lowest and some clothing to the Old Furnace in Stop at my hotel and buy goods tit my Estill County and COO pounds of flour and you wish to save money WSj store other things to Sand I ill Estill County for TlOMBS HOUSE distribution He also gave 50 to finish a church at Sand Hill a few years since and CAMPTON KY 100 to a 200 to a church in Morehead church in Frcnehburg and nearly 100 S S COMBS Proprietor Of Elliott County Â¬ G EO E WHITT has issued a requisition on Governor Buck ner for twenty eight men who arc charged with having participated in the killing of William Dempsey in Logan County W Va on the 19th of last month in a fight between the Hutfields and McCoys Henry Knoefel jfIf X The patronage of the traveling public is Breathitt County May the Lord bless those respectfully solicited Table the beat and who remember the poor and He i sure to overv attention for the comfort of guests do it for it is His promise Winchester Sun alfray occurred Wed Â¬ A serious cutting nesday night week at Sharpsburg in Bath County in which Henry Hart was stabbed a r l i nave located wita JTiff w KCP on in several places by u man named Owings y hand aniealine Thu difficulty happened in RntelifVs store at Ezel Mdr- - TXtiu fiSS of Clocks Jew- - and came about over a brother of Hart who gjui county I dry and Watches Also a Jinoof tine Spec is deaf and dumb and who had for some tacles and Eye glnsses Will sell goods at citv prices and guarantee satisfaction He reason been put out of tho Rtorc When Henry Hart took np the quarrel in behalf pairing a speeialtv and work warranted T F CAltR RespectfullyAc of his brother Owings got Hart down on m iirVA it- Â¬ more to one in Hazel Green and one in Washington news for the last weok Tho Committee on Indian Affairs reported favorably to the Semite the bill providing for tho opening to settlement of the Sioux Indiau reservation in Dakota It provides that thu treaty shall be ratified by two thirds of the Indian interested in the lands The Ways and Means Committee reported thu follow Bo it enacted etc ing bill That the Sec retary of the Treasury is hereby authorized to apply the surplus money now in the Treasury and not otherwise appropriated or so much thereof as he may consider proper to tho purchase or redemption of United Mr Collins of Massachu States bonds setts from the Judiciary Committee report ed a bill to provide for holding terms of the United States Court and District Courts for the District of Kentucky at Oweusboro House calender Mr MeCreary of Kenfrom the Committee on Foreign Aftucky fairs reported a joint resolution authorizing tho President to arrange a conference for i Jo purpose of promoting arbitration and oncornjiiK reciprocal commercial relations and the Repub between the United lics of MexV entril and South America House calender and the Emi ir- of Braaii The frons f Col A E Stevenson First Assistutit 8ttriter General art in easy about his health II Ief for Florida Tuesday and they hope that e wi i return to his duties fully restored and in ord conA favorable report has been made dition from the House Committee on War Claims tor the payment of 5000 to the First Bap tist Church at Southland Ky for the use nnd occupancv of their building by United States troops during the war It is not entirely clear that the proposed interest law is as innocent useful aud needful as it has been represented though a number of the State papers have indorsed it The Henderson News smells the odor of the shark about it and says It is contended that our legal rales of interest are so low that it drives invested loaning capi tal from the State into other localities where The change now a higher rate is allowed will permit U3 much as ten per advanced cent per uunuin to be charged instead of six per cent as at present If capitalists will not invest their means in Kentucky unless our laws favor plucking honest poverty then let thi m and their money keep away Miserly Shyloeks and unfeeling money vampires are usually a curse to n gmierous and Chiistian commu nity and the sooner good laws are made and enforced to squelch them the better for the country In and About in Courier Journal U Put er hero jrnrde Thems our sentiments as the flllow retiring to bed remarked upon eeing a printed prayer on the wall Development can never come to our State if it depeuds upon the Shyloeks for salvation Â¬ Tho Kentucky Logisluturo gives tho Newport and Covington Brldga Co just six years to complete the little job James Kedpath is recovering Hu has The written Lous 13 Post as follows doctors say I am going to die Ill be hang ed if I do until I see this thing through Â¬ Â¬ pen Cleveland Moses O Cleveland founder of Â¬ granite monument there to bo dedicated Jiily 22nd under the charge of the Early Settlers Asso is to have a 5000 ciation Â¬ Â¬ At Macon Ga last Friday a super- Â¬ sedeas was granted in the cose of Woolfolk who was to havo been hanged for the mur der of his father mothor and live brothers and sisters Â¬ Â¬ Daniel Ilindman and 7 P Lord were arrested at Washington D C Friday night for grave robbing At the timu they had three bodies which they were taking to a Medical College Sits Â¬ - 1 Vines Hicks of Whitehall Ills has just celebrated his one hundreth birthday He was one of five brothers who enlisted in the war ol 1812 and served under Gen Jackson at New Orleans M A Goodman who has been carry and between Knowille ii ihe until was arrested Friday Tcnn rilling for Sovttfrvtlle letters His peculation amount to a largu uiu although in the senieo only a short time Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jb girls the coffcr man has t n average employed in picking corteC salary of 12 per week 1 It looks to us like that would be a poorf chance to get returns on his K M Qs for half of 45000 Workmen engaged in demolishing an old building a historic landmnrk at Evans ville Ind found an old copper box in which was 0000 in ten and twenty dollar gold pieces The workmen made an equal division of the find among themselves John Mouks of Madison County culti vated Inst year twenty five acres of land belonging to Senator John D Harris ami raised 25000 pounds of tobacco which was sold at twenty live cents per pound The laud was cultivated on the shares and ench received 100 per acre In breaking the ground in a place near Kincardine Out the other day a skeleton which to all appearances is that of a wild All the bones including boar was found the tusks and teeth were in splendid condition though it is thought tliey have been Arbuckle Â¬ Â¬ f0 I Col John 1 Castloiunn Major W II Cocn Lieut Ernest McPhcrson and Cap Eugene Bly of tlic Loulsvlllo Legion Ma jors Roger Williams mid Vortncr Johnson of Lexington aud Senator McKce who Is also a Colonel ot thu Kentucky State Guard held a conference in Frankfort Wednesday to consider some proposed amendments to the military law As a result of the confer encc a bill was drafted and it will bo pre sented soon to the Lcgis aturo It proposes to establish a per capita tax of twenty five centi on each male over thirteen years of ago for tho purpose of raislnga fund for the support of thu State Guard This will givh about 15000 annually which with the allowance of the United StatCH Government of equipments equal in value to 11000 will plaoe tlio guard on a comfortable footing Another amendment proposes to restrict military affairs to the State Guard This is in accordance with the suggest ion of the Governor in his message to the Legislature Lexington Press Feb 0 The am tractors of nil the railroads in Kentucky and the South are making their arrangements to begin the work of complet ing the projecting lines or making survcyi1 for new ones by March 1st and tho outlook promises one of the most prosperous years of railroad building ever known in the South On the Louisville Southern the Muysville and Big Sandy the Pineville extension vf thu L it Nthe Ohio Valley road the Ltind St L and T the activity has already begun and fair weather is nil that is wanted to make a boom of railroad building On the ihcrlnm Gap road large forces of men u idv at work nnd the task of making i tunnel has begun tti ivHi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - v Limwiurr eised in J jl in uu t iiittMiuuu R lying thore for 1U0 or 200 years MRS MARY KICKELLS SELECT SCHOOL the lloor and was using his knife on him vigorously when a small brother of Hart picked tip a small weight and struck Ow ings in the forehead knocking him sense less But for this timely interference of Harts brother Owings would have killed Â¬ Â¬ The undersigned will begin school in Ezel A Catlcttsburg special to the CincinMorgan county MONDAY JAN 2 18SS which will continue live mouth and she nati Enquirer Feb 7th says A protracted kindlv solicits a liberal patronage from all meeting of more than usual interest has friends of education Faculty Mrs Mary Nickrll General been in progress hero for thu past mouth Literature Mrs Anna J Fields Instrumen conducted by Rev J M Evans of Mays tal Music ville and Ruling Elder J H Hopper of TKUMfl OP TUITION Primrry Department f 25 Perryville Evnngelisls nf the Presbyterian 7 50 Church Intermediate The meeting has assumed huge 3 75 proportions and surpasses any thing of tho Languages ite 15 00 Music kind ever held here and the interest is una 1 50 Board per week bating The church is crowded to suffoca Address Mkb MAUY F NICKELL Up to tonight there had been tion nightly K TUGGLE 128 conversions eighty three of whom have Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hart WITH F G Ringgold JOUIIISUS OK Co Boots and Shoes 95 and 07 WEST PEARL STREET CINCINNATI OHIO traders deposit bamk7 MT8TERLINGKY J M BIGSTAFF President W W THOMSON DIRECTORS Cashier James Chorn Dr K K Dkakk turJUlr Andrew Fesixr J T Highland connected themselves with the Presbyterian Church tho remainder going to tho Metho dist and Baptist Churches The meeting is still in progress At Fort Smith Arkansas last week seven Indian Territorv murderers were sen tenced by Judge Ptirker in the United States Court to be hanged on Friday April 27th Owen D Hill colored for the mur-Â¬ der of his wife in July 1887 Jack Crow colored for the murder of Charles II Wil son tv Choctaw in tho Choctaw Nation in 18S5 George Moss colored for the murder of George Tuft in Red River County Choctaw Nation in September 1887 Jeflurson Ilildebraud Cherokee for tho murder ot John Ridgeway near Cofloyville Cherokee Nation in May 1885 William Alexander colored for committing rapo upon his stepdaughter KUu Whitfield in Choctaw Nation Emanuel Patterson colored for themurder of Deputy Marshal Willard It Ayers who was trying to arrest him in Choctaw Nation in 1SS1 Richard Routhcrlund white for thu murder of one of his renters Jake Burrows in September 1885 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hodman serving a sentence in the penitentiary at Indianapolis Ind was released on parole last week by Governor Gray In 1S08 Rod man while returning home from a hunting trip was approached threateningly by a neighbor and he struck the man over the head with his gun ohrushing his skull and killing him Rodman went West settled Mo nnd afterwards spent in Newberry three years at the St Louis Medical College He graduated in 1S7 studying medicine and began the practice of his profession A divorced wife of his brother had him arrested in 1S78 for his old crime and he was taken back to Indiana for trial He was convicted aud sentenced to imprisonment for twenty one years In the meantime he had married had several children nnd was one of the most highly esteemed citizens His pardon was recommended by all the Court officers who tried him Two Legislative Investigation Commit Â¬ tees were at Lexington last Friday looking of the State into the working respective College and the Eastern Kentucky Lunatic The Committee on tho State Col Asylum lego will report in favor of abolishing the classical course and confining the students to tho study of science end the English branches This will exclude from the College hundreds of boys who have gone there for a general education and not alone for tho study ofugrlculturc It will also exclude a great many ladies and will lead to the abandonment of tho lectures to the students of the Normal School The Committee on the Asylum was well satisfied with its investigation so far On Friday last tho Wapwallopon Pow der Works twenty miles from Wilkesbarre Pa were blown up Four men were killed and many others wounded Not a house is standing within one mile of where the ex 13 twen-ty-one-yeaÂ¬ Dr Walter Â¬ A Tenneshee farmer whose land was under mortgage aud about to be taken away from him fell on his knees in the field in prayer When he got up he seized the plow with a new grip gave the old intilo u vigorous lick and before he had gone twenty feet he turned up a jug with over 000 in gold and silver in it As Silas Collins was coming to town yesterday morning he encountered a deer crossing the road just above the mouth of Straight Creek in bight of town The deer ran through John Marks yard and across a field followed by four bullets from Mr It came Collins gun and made its escanc the mountains to see how the new out of hotel was getting along in order that it might prepare itself for the opening feast Pine ville Messenger Feb 8 Tho mito of a baby recently born to Ida Stevenson a mulatto woman in Cairo Ills was found by accurate measurements Length to have tho following dimensions to heel M inches length of foot from head 2 inches knee to side of fool lii inches inches circumference length of hand 1 inches length of middle lin of ankle ger IMC of an inch circumference of wrist chest 8M inches weight 13 10 of an inch 14 pounds The midget is bright cries Â¬ Â¬ burning beneath tin i forest fires of last lull i ih uH stantly issuing from ciuviou r liottU and not even the recent heavy snow aid sleet nnd rains seem to have any effect on it It is thought there is a bed of coal beneath the surface which caught during the firor f alluded to i Thoso who believed That Congrcuj would be obliged to do something with the tariff and revenue questions and that1 there was no way to resist thu public demand for action qre lelaxiug in their opinions and many of them have turned to the belief that nothing will be done Ten wceka haM elapsed since the assembling of Congress and not a step has been taken that is visible to the naked eye Dr J M Hradloy u leading physician of South Pittsburgh Tcnn left home recently with a largu amount of money on his person to go a short distance in the country on a professional visit Search has been in stituted for him but he can not be found His friends think he has been murdered for his money nnd his body hidden Mrs Nannie Clark living near Hop kinsvillc on Friday went out to ring the big farm bell to call the men to dinnur when its fastening gave way and it fell upon her knocking her down and cutting a feur ful gash hi her head She received othci serious injuries aud her recovery is doubl 3 Â¬ iiud hf MiaoMypi fis vi oigier k r ire cxer eon Ur i tfi ill ful The application for n writ of error before the United States Supreme Court by John J Cornellson in the Mt Sterling Tali has boon denied This was his last resortand he will now havo to serve his sentenco out It looks like ho is a persecuted man Lexington Ky saloon keepers some strong propose to boycott the fnrmcrf of Fayette County becnuso the Grand Jury last November found so many indictments against them while as thoy claim other and more serious evils were unnoticed A new counterfeit five dollar silver certificate has been put in circulation The bill is about three sixteenths of an Inch too short and there are no distfnotivo lines in the paper The general appcaranco Is g8od r j and calculated to deceive George 11 Uiggtns u Woaithy young man of Lexington Ky who recently left for parts unknown and whosu young wlfo U seeking divorce has written a letter entire ly exonerating his wifu from all blame in thu mattor In tho Unitod States Diatricl Court at Louisville Judgo Burr granted thu writ of huboas corpus for the Hutliolds now confined in thu Iiko County Jail und tho ease will bo heard in Louisville Philip Evans ot Frankfort while hand ling a revolver accidentally discharged th weapon shooting Thomas Newman aged fifteen years Tho lad was shot through th heait Tho Legislative Commiltoo i0 investi gate allalrs in Ilowun County find the gross est neglect of official duties and will recom mend that tho county be abolished Samuol Olny the owner of 9000 acre of land in Bourbon aad Clark Counties ArU said to be worth 1000000 died at his hniuC 300 Â¬ loudly and will live John Warren a negro residing in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ton a suburb of this town shot aud ously if not fatally wounded his wife on Warren wos arrested Friday afternoon where ho remained until and placed in Jail Monday when he was brought before Judgo Gainos for trial He waived an examination and his bail was placed ut 500 for his ap pearance nt Circuit Court Being unable to give it he was sent to Jail The cause of the difficulty wuh jealously upon tho part of tho husband Georgetown Â¬ Â¬ Nuws-Enter-piisrt IJos danger- Mr McCarthy Constable of Paynes Â¬ Â¬ Thu works destroyed be plosion occurred longed to tho Duponts of Wilmington Del and were used principally for the manufacture of blasting powdor which whs ziuppjled in great quantities to the many coal mines in thu vicinity Tho shook was distinctly felt at Wilkesbarre and at many other points A boiler explosion at equally distant Near Wabash Indiana killed two men Bellevue Ohio two men digging for buried dynamite were blown up and killed Â¬ Depot arrested last week Alex Robertson alms Driver on James Brooks farm for assaulting his wile near Midway and took him there for trial Tho Magistrate byfore whouihe was tried fined him 5 and cost which he paid The next day two PoKetx men from lxington came und arrested him upon thu charge of Btealiug meat aud he Is Ho wm wanted now in the Lexington Jail WatkiuHvllIc last summer for cutting an at other negro hut McCarthy was unable to find him while hu had the warrant in his Georgetown Newa Enterprine in Bourbon on Monday possession Â¬ Hazel Green Herald WENGRtt COOPER Publisher HAZEL GREEK GRANDPA KENTUCKY AND BABY Among tho prchos of tho troos Thcndlo away upon tho breeze Whllo all tho playful echoes stirred To merry lauh and lisping word Out on tlio lawn ono summors day I loft my buby boy at play And smiled to hear his Rluoful shout And happy volco rlnK in and out But when I missod tho chcorful noise Nor hoard tho sound of prattling volco I roso and to tho window hied And looking thence this vision spied O Memory though thy namo be pain Paint paint that picture oor again I v lumps or quartz Tills liquid might Imvo boon u tap of tho vory juloo then coursing upward ovorywhorp from tho curth it smcllcd so rijHJ of wood odors Theres nil tho roots und hnrkn in It boiled down oxplulnod tho masters wife and strained and cleaved with yeast And It naves a doctor bill ovory spring Bald tho mnstor Now Miss Plunbo standing on the hearth with his tumbler hold before him and his nut cakes handy on tho mantol youre not to feel that youro on trial I wunt to bo put on trial replied Phoebe keeping her eyes on tho plate in her lap Let her cat hor blto in pence first Ogro bogged Mrs Barker pulling a spllnt liottomed chair to tho cornor opponito hor busbund and flitting down with her own Tho wostoring sun his glory throw Along tho swurd of emerald huo Savo where perchance in playful frown Some cool groon shadows nestled down And idly shifting with tho sun Crept slowly eastward ono by one Beneath the elm trees waving crest Wlioro blrdling8 tossed in downy nest And where alternate sun and shade Llko changing fancies skipped and played The old arm chair socuro and good With wido sproud arms Inviting stood And in its cushions broad and deep Grandpa und baby fast uslccp On rounded cheek and golden hoad Tho sinking sun his radianco shed While on tho grandsiros stiver crown A single ray dropped softly down And then in boncdlctioii foil On both nud wrapped them in its spell Tho brooze In frolic growing bold Tossod up tho rings of shining gold On babys bead then with tho gray On grandpas head began to play Tin tho worn palm soouroly prcssod One little dimpled hand found rest Die other clasped a withered flower Culled all at will in Natures bower nis I stood at tiik kxi or tiii mantbl Then sho can talk Tho rofreshment poor child she never camo bore that sho didnt huvo to stand an examination of some Fixed was the look of Bad content On tho worn faeo a trlflo bent And forward drooped to rest tho chin My While on tho collar of his coat Tho gruy and gold together flout babys clusterod curls within Pi Such tinting one might vainly suclc As slept on babyn lip and chuuk But thin and pulo that other one And sad and careworn in the sun And so the evening sluulnwa fell And dcopor grow but all was well Tho elm tree boughs are gaunt and buro And tossod about by wintrv air Whllo palo wan uhudows come nnd go Upon the lawn all white with Tow But nevermore at ovo orttawn On garden walk or jjrassy lawn May I in vision ftfr behold That llttti Vioid with crown of gold Nor ever more on summer day That other one with crown of gray Jencuth tho dreary drifted snow llio silver hcud und gold lie low Yet overmoro in Joy or puin Oh Memory pulntthnt scone ngnhi 1 our impressions about yoursolf I hope not Mr Burkor ho aflirmcd Certainly not coming down with a mastiff Uko crunch upon u nut cake Id rather speak at once said Phoebe Toll us tho rights of it then in us few words as you can but remember you aro not going to say any thing which will alter kind objoi Its my older brother who hus followed mo hero And he is said Phoebe with ef-Â¬ fect just out of prisonf Oh dear murmured the musters wife thats wmfcthun Thorney Â¬ - B1 i WOMANS WORK Atrriioit i I Yankee Blade Brothers Keeper OF LOYE AND DUTY BY MAEY HASTWELL CATHERWOOD Stkimiek of UnQUH o Doom gotihuk Cauin Copyrighted and Otheh Stoiues tlik lonk mans 1SH ty the A 2t Kellogg Seicspa per Company CONTINOKU CHAPTER VI got no note tho master repeated Hut impressions changing bin emphasis were received Thoro seems to bo a de Phoebe know ho moralizing spirit abroad was casting a quelling look around tho horizon us around u largo school room And I considered it was time to investi gate and bring proper uuthority to bear on tho ring leaders Thank you said Phttibe Thoy camo up in front of tho bouse and Bho was liftod down by Gurloy Sho bogged that Hess should bo put in tho stable instead of tied curelessly to a tree Thoreforo tho master carrying tho padlock key piloted Gurloy to his log barn wlioro tho cow had her stall und vma sighing that low tuno cattle seem to breathe to tliom selvos over tho cud said Mrs Barker Orcutt is in bed drawing chairs boforo tho lira and shaking nwuy somo of tho ashes with which sho cautiously smothered tho boldest flumes boYou dont look as palo us I foro starting expected to seo you but your oyes arc too big Ive been stretching them opon of nights said Phcobo 1 havent been sleep ing as peacefully us your boy since wo talked hero tho hint time Tho log house und all tho plans uro gone Mrs llurker And much much worse Never you mind Wuit till ho comes in Wo didnt boliovo what wo heard but bos felt it and you must toll him tho whole trouble When ho enmo in nnd throw his tinny overcoat on tho dcor antlers and saw Gur Qoy placed in his own throne boforo tho lire and Phoebe in tho rocker ho stood at tho ond of tlfc mantel and suld Now Mrs llnrkor woll have a tasto of that root boor you bottlo away for tho blood My blood has been heated du tho Bpring lately and I think it needs medicating Mr Gurloy 1 nover had tho pleasuro of sprout Â¬ ing your jacket but your father boforo you lhas run many a raco with mo ho was u uong loggod long winded fellow und fuir in I know something of your i wrCHtlo stock und I Biipposo you wouldnt bo whuro you aro to night if you didnt mean to be- Â¬ friend this young lady I think Pvo doolared my friendship to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I dont know what I should huvo dono if Attorney hadnt been tho boy he is observed Phcobo with maternal dignity Gur- Â¬ loy smiled at her Stick to tho analysis of the sentence and commanded omit rules and explanations Miss Phoebe what turned the master this brother to bad couraes and what bear ing has his conduct had on your past his- Â¬ tory I dont remember when he ever turned to any thing else and once bis conduct bore so heuvily on our history that I thought I would end my part of it It was when I first grow sure that he meant to make us worse than he was Gurloys great stump chair faced about with a jerk toward the rocker But Phoebe mot tho older manB eyes continuing I could not got out of tho trouble that wuy though and leavo Thorney Ive lived right ahead Have you no recollection of your par- Â¬ ents Only a glimmer like fancying yob seo a star between clouds In order that wo may thoroughly under stand your position Miss Phcobo give us a skeleton outline of whut you do recollect I recollect llrst Thanes whipping me and Thorney doubling his tlsts at him Wo wore in u great many places which seem dim to mo When I was soven or eight years old wo lived in Pittsburgh at an or Â¬ phan asylum Thane wa3 gone for several years I knew afterwards he was serving out a sentence A lady in Alleghany City took a liking to me and had mo among her children to help nurse Sho got a place for Thorney too right across the street because I was unwilling to bo quito away from him But folks wcro never so kind to him and tho rudo talk ho heard stayed in his mind You can not cultivate Thorney Phcobo admitted dropping her sincere glunco to the level of Gurleys eyo brows I lived in that family until I was in my teons Thoy were refined peoplo and taught me uimost like a daughter I dont lot myself think their uumo aloud I made such a poor return for all their care Tliano camo back I wan studying regularly and tho lady said I could in time be a governess But ho followed me when I was with tho children on tho street He could tako Thornoy Mid make u thief of him Pwas young and foolish Tliut was four yours ago I thought wo could run oil from him and tried it Before I really went tho chil dren and the children mother used to look at mo so And tho servants whispered bo hind my back 1 guess she was discouraged whoa she got a hint of Thane for sho said boforo that Thorney was bad enough I re Â¬ membered that when I took Thornoy away without telling her For you neo I didnt know then it was useless to run and I wan not convinced until wo tried it so many times Wo didnt run very fur at Unit Wo wont into tho country to u Dutch farmer whom the usylum matron know Thoy made us work hard but lot us go to school iu tho winter and tho next summer I taught school near by Thornoy kept on working for the fnrinor and wo saved ovory cent except what wo bought clothing with and It wan well wo did for Thuuo hunted tin out I bought him off Unit tlmo and hud enough money loft to bring Thorney and mo to this State 1 thought if wo wont to another State ho must loao track of us Wo wont to tho Dutch farmers relatives ami I taught school there and Thornoy worked Wo staid a year boforo Tliano found tis Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I know it nar- Â¬ 1 know it aint progressive rows me My opinons might not bo so pat if I circulated more But tho wrench of tearing up would bo more than I could stand This Is not sentiment denied tho master sternly but a simple physical fact which I can not got around Whos that now Phoebe oprnerod toward Mrs Barker You havent uny ceremonious passage way said Gurley smiling You can opon your door and kick intruders right off tho threshold llko thoy can at Tom Holmes Ive always envied that arrangement suld the master Now Miss Phoebe visibly wnBtnlng to the occasion us u second nnd very loud kaock bumped tho door dont let me sec you do that It hurts me as a man I know It is Thane whispered Phoebe What if it is Thane What if its thousand Thanes I will now declared the master striding to the door ami motion- Â¬ ing his wife back gratify myuolf with a good grip on the collar of Vris coat and the active use of my right foot But it Tnuy be one of the neighbors Mrs Barker We shall see responded Mr Ogre jerking the door toward him und concentrat Â¬ ing his frowning sight upon the dark Phoebe looked an instant and hid hor face against Mrs Barker Phcobo White is here said a voice out- Â¬ side whispered Dont mind dont mind the masters wife feeling a strong shudder shake the girl Well sir said Mr Burkor gathering himself I want to sec her She cheated me She gave me an envelope full of blank paper awhile ago I did said Phcobc facing toward him I meant to havo told that too 44 Who are you sir and what should she give you demanded the master making himself sure responded Thane I m hor dear brother and she was to with insolent jocularity give ino money that sho knows she owes on until ho was Bout to prison for u long At the door another domnwd was mude foi time I think ho has been pardoned out admission but this time timid and fumbling his time would not oxplro for years Do unlike the bold knock Thnno gave you know I was vory glad they sentenced Print id savage or unpalnlod respond him I Thorney and I drew Bomo easy breaths ed tho muster starting thla unruly rascal I spent oomo money to go to a normal school iihnll feel discipline and Mr Barker was the lecturer on mathe- Â¬ Oh Mr Barker besought Phoebe matics So I got acquainted with him Ogre dear said bin wife apparently in Tho master nodded the act of expanding her large person to rn1lr fminriltwn et immnii rrnnmnt ttim1 place boforo him the man will shoot said ho and your rules was so marked Let me open the door said Gurloy gonoral intelligence so fuir that I folt Im- Â¬ I open my own door sir niterixised the pelled to tako you In hand master You know you said sho looked like tho Now you scoundrel whut do you wunt slstor that died when you wero a boy thin time mused Mrs Barker Ho mude a heavy dash at tho person on Tho master drank his root boer und made tho stop recovering himself with difllcujty only a distant response to Mils allusion Those inside saw it was a man quite Mon is a queer bundle of associations 1 clean shaven excepting his upper lip thut love this old cabin nnd I lovo this old dishis clothes wero black fine und trict Pvo hud ono or two very good offers und though he held his tall hat in from colleges Mr Gurloy ho owned with one hand as he recoiled from tho musters frowning und shame faced prido but onset the hat had evidently lwon lifted beschool term after school term socs mo at fore tho door opened and his recoil meant tho same old desk J supposo Ill die in my surprise rut It seems good enough to me for a man Oh Mr Barker snarled suspiciously to grow fast in tho spot where ho was born Good evening good evening sir Good Â¬ Â¬ me snorted the master grabbing into Sir tho dusk Ill give you something else that has been owing to you a good while screamed his wife for Oh Mr Barker in excessivo zeal her husband disappeared A lMSTOI SIIOVTKI TIJK MASTIil over tho steps and was heard to strike the ground Bcforo Gurloy could helphlni ho had risen up and ho calmly brushed off his coat with his palms as Mrs Barker held tho lamp on high and gazed with anxiety into tho clear- Â¬ ing Her clutch fell upon Gurloys arm as well as upou Mr Barkers and Gurley brought her buck to tho tiro pluco You seo Dont bo terrified said he how easy it is to deul with this miserable coward Ho shall never annoy you again Come In bogged Phoebe eomo In who 1 ter I only got two fair klclcs said the masThe third found no opposiug solid in space whllo the Impetus continued accord ing to physical law So I fell over Ho will kill you for it Mr Barker whis pered Phceoo I saw the man mysolf said tho mus Phubo drew a dcopor breath as Mrs Barker shut tho door behind her husband live Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ters llGl iloli fill Kvory tlmo ho found us ho took tur said tho muster keenly Inter Â¬ money Walt its certainly u loss to mo that Pvo Couldnt roared tho master jiovcr boon hero boforo to miltlvnto tho till tho scoundrel comes around hero good will of my fathers old friends You shouldnt have allowed him to I didnt mean that auid tho master blackmail you said Gurloy Any filond Tho generation understanding your relative positions would with raasstvo sincorlty coming in uover runs after tho generation havo driven him off going out But youro welcome for his wunted to talk about our Mrs Barker brought not only tho root hmv Wat a platter of nut enkos Those sho pottloswl on hor floworcd plates mid tfw ma into tumblers as heavy as relative positions The sight or him mado mo shuddering sick You dont know how horrible It II rot seemed to mo that 1 should feel bo toward my owu brother So It went rogative And And no one protectod you No ono could said Gurloy Butlnovor jurd wife white and excited standing mt In the clearing with a istol in Ids baud And ho was making faces Oh I wish I had not brought the trouble hero quivered Phoebe Hell not dure Nonsense said Gurloy to harm any one If ho had been going to shoot he would havo dono it at once shouted tho muster Ill A pistol tuko It from him if ho flourishes uny such contraband article under my oyo I knew Hes very angry said Pluobe ho would bo and thuta why I wanted to como hero Instead of staying at Holmes Ho might havo got Into tho house then without knocking And 1 was afraid ho would follow us in tho woods I did cheat 1 jm about tho money When 1 put my hand in tho drawer there was a seulod envelope full of blank paper which 1 Used once thinking ubout Tliane but scarcely believing 1 could over use it Ho knew I kept my money so and tho moment my hand touched it I took that Instead of tho hundred dollars 1 wish Id given it to him now I begin to understand tho transaction said Gurley and Bean part in It But If ho trios to Btorm thlB houuo the garrison out numbers him Thoy both look as IT wo hud a painted Huvugc at bay Mr Barker Â¬ Â¬ BY PREJUDICE Somo Striking Situations Into Which Woll lnlormeil Vernon Am lotl There Is no ond of witchcraft nnd deception Years ago persona Buspectod of tho strnngo Infatuation wero thrown into tho wator if guilty of witchcraft thoy would drown For many years tho world was shocked at such inhumauity of man to man but If wo wero to declaro that peoplo are persecuted to day qulto us romoraolessly as wore tho so called witches of old our atato ments might bo received with groat iucro dullty But it is a fact If you do not bellcvo it enter any ono of tho schools of medical practice und attempt to ubo a preparation which tho codo does not recognize or even to recommend indirectly any popular remedy Biioh for in Btanco as Warners celebrated kidney remedy aud then roluto your experience Thou youll admit tho fuct Lotus bo frunk with you reader Wo tell you thut thiB Is downright bigotry Merit demands und is entitled to recognievening Tho stranger made somo response in a tion wherever found If geologists tell us nasal blur of words concluding with an that diamonds must always bo found in oand would you not bo a fool if you found eager question Mr Barker turned toward tho other in ono in gravol not to tako it aud realizo mates his llcrccncsB cooled to the tompera on it Your friends would call you foolish turo of combat ivoness Tho troublo with tho doctors is that they Is thiB man speaking Latin with tho continental pronunciation Gurloy or is it cant euro udvanced diseases of certain ul yot thoy will forms and hoy know it Welsh mriotary Step in sir invited Mrs Barker no i4ow tho uso of uny outsidlt medicine which they know bus cured tlfo Ogre pcrhapB tho door hotter be shut The door will not bo shut ponded disease For instance her husband until this ir wi -- ii intelligibly Kidney disoaso has no mnrked individual state his business symptoms It produces nil sorts of symj It is Painter Mr Good evening toms of tho commonest diseasos Not being Painter said turlcy Painter Loing Plicebo stepped upon tho ablo to treat tho disease itself with success sill w f h an exclamation tho bigoted physician treats thodo symp I Airing the rest of her life when she tried toms But what good does that do In order to to set the action of the next live minutes in its true light and to seo tho facts us they stop tho freshet you must stop tho flood occurred by the clock instead of through tho It wont do to try brushing it away with a medium of a terror which had no regard for broom Dr J G Holland whom all tho world ad time she thought Mm Barker oxclaimed mired as a teacher of sense wrote in Scrib that the other man was behind this on It is a fact that many of that Painter turned saw Thane and seized iters Monthly him then they struggled together without tho best proprietary medicines of the day apparent reason that she ran and hid hor are more successful than many physicians face in the lounge pillow and a shot the and most of them wero llrst discovered and voices of Gurley and the master and tho used iu actual medical practice bounding steps of somo ono running away Dr Hobsou of the Royal Navy of England all mingled together enthusiastically endorses Warners safe Mrs Barker looked ghastly when Painter cure as indeed do many hundreds of thou was luid on the lounge Phcobo herself sat sands all over tho world Tho lato Dr Die a moment on the floor beside the lounge Lewis who almost never used medicines Sho heard Gurley rido off for u physician commended it highly and snid if be had any and officers of justice kidney disease bo would uso it Afterwards she waited by tho kitchen This evidence is conclusive stove while Mr Barker und his wife attend Â¬ Paralysis consumption pneumonia apoed to tho wounded mun There was no fire plexy heart disease general debility rheuin the stove but she could see the hearth matism all these common disorders aro shine through the open sitting room door often only symptoms of kidney disease In and count bricks along tho front of the stead of admitting their inability to euro chimney this disorder doctors givo their attention Here Mrs Barker brought hor a bit of to tho symptoms If they euro ono another paper and in agitation told her that Painter conies and finally death takes tho case out wrote it and sent it She bent toward the of their hands Then they disguise tho fact distant lirelight to make out tho characters that it is brights disoaso of tho kidneys and and noticed that though traced by an un- Â¬ say that death caino from paralysis aposteady hand they were clear und beautiful plexy pnoumonia consumption general de At first morel j the name James Fawcott bility rheumatism heart disease blood attracted her then 3he walked to the fire- poisoning or somo other of tho names of place intent only on reading what was tho direct effects of kidney disease They You uro my child written and it was aro not tho real disease itsolf Jumes Fawcett Wo do not bebevo every advortisom cut No said Phabo turning toward tho thut wo read Somo peoplo may perhaps wounded mun and questioning him with regard this article as an advertisement and negatives No No will not believe it but wo aro candid One of Mrs Barkers quilts covered him enough to say that wo boliovo tho parties Ho was looking at above mentioned havo proved their case up to the armpits Phoebe with wide open and agonized blue ind under such circumstances tho public eyes His sensitive lower face she saw was is uuwise if it is long influenced by udvorso like the portrait in the Fawcett library prejudice No sho repeated twisting the paper in A l OET Hins Two Chords I Struck her fingers I Perhaps ho Htruok because he was too lay He nodded his head and besought her by a gesture to como nearer In his hands to uuw them Philadelphia Lull were a pencil nnd paper tablets which Mrs A Fuir Dretim of Wotuun Barker had taken out of his pocket for him Tennyson in his cxquisito poem dreams Ho was shot through tho body and the of a long procession of lovely women of doctor brought later by Gurloy could do nges past This is all very well but tho little more for him than hud ulreudy been laureato would havo dono tho world a great Â¬ dono er sorvico if he hod only told tho women of Mr Barker satnear his patients feet rug- tho present how thoy could improve their health aud enhance their charms This he gedly silent and stern as if justice wore gathering all forces in him His wife held u light might easly havo dono by recommendingÂ¬ resting her elbow in her palm and looked tho uso of Dr IsPiercos Favorite ofPrescription Health beauty tho friend anxiously from Phabc to tho wouuded man and tho innumerable best to which women ills She stood behind his head and let her lamp aro peculiarly subject its worst enemies shine on his tablets Sometime during tho Long experienco has proven that tho health confusion Orcutt had beon waked Phoebe of womankind and tho Favorito Prescrii remembered hearing his mother command tiou walk hand in band and aro inseparable It is tho only medicino for women sold his return to bed by druggists under a positive ynamntte from nr coNTiNurul to tho manufacturers that it will givo satis faction m every case or monoy will bo re Â¬ DIFFICULT REPORTING funded This guarantee has been printed on the bottle wrapper and faithfully carried AiniiNirip uiiil Absurd Mistakes IHuifo by out for mauy years KiIiorterH for the Itohk It is a good doal easier to lenrn to write Ho who attempts to report fervid oratory from memory alone should be possessed of thuu ft is to learn not to write sharp and accurate ears There are orators A ircut Chanco so swift of tonguo that thoy even outrun If you wish a beautiful picture that cau short hand Leslie Coombs of Kentucky not bo distinguished from a water color worth a largo amount of money you should whoso political speeches were liko caval got Feb Domorests Monthly Magazine cades of wild horsemen onco said to a wait- Â¬ ruary It is simply wonderful howfor inich an ing reporter Young man I hope you dont elegant picture can be furnished m a mag On receiving azino that only costs twenty cents If your intend to try reporting me an rfllrmutive answer he said You might newsdealer has not got it ask bun to get it for you or send to the publisher W JrN an well attempt to report red hot bulls Niseis Dkmokkst 15 East Fourteenth street Hulus Choato with his liuute and fervor Now York ofesprehsion and swift glowing epithets Wku drilled the oil regions Irwin was tho despair of phouogruphers Still btuititard mistakes wore made in reporting him which wero aomotimoB not to be justified even Aro You loitij to Travot by the hasto of the scribe If so and in whatever direction or by Of these ono of the most amusing belongs whatever route have a sufficiency of Hos to a speech nindo iu Funouil Hull Mr tetters Stomach Bitters with you Then Choato had quoted tho well known words you mny bid deflunco to sea Bicknoss brave tho influence of a malarious climata or ub O Iugo tho pity of It lugo from Othello und ono of the ablest rejKirtera iu tho coun rupt transitions of temperature avoid dys pepsia aud try hot it down Oh I arguo the pity of It of had food tho stomuohio pangs begotten and water and counteract an 1 arguo unexpectedly developed tendency Tho phrase was so printed next day to pation biliousness aud rhoumattam to consti tho perplexity of those who hud not beon present on tho occasion and heard tho origi Diikssed to JU that youmr womnn nal version and to tho amusement of those over tliero with a inw uuok dress on stand Â¬ ing iu tho draft who had IIWitMvfcn Vritu In a brilliant eulogy upon u public mun Coijous and HoAiisBNFss Tho irritation whose virtues wero jf the most sterling character a speaker is quoted as having which induces coughing immediately re Moved use oi Jlrowns Mronchlal called him the wrestler of his age Tho Troches by Sold only in boxes oxprcssion really wus tho Nestor of bis age A postal note the carriers whistle Still another story is uimost too absurd to ir bo believed though tho received argument OrnsiVK breath vanishes with tho uso thut truth ia stranger than fiction is in its favor An orator having referred to u pub of Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy lie vice us a crying evil was surprised to A WKiavwisnuu is ono who Invcdts In oil seo his neat and emphatic phrasing figuriug tei ritory in print ns a flying weasel Whothor or not ho tlwn sought out tho reporter und in Centrum Homeopathic Catarrh Cure Sondtl sisted upon looking at his bumps us to J 1 CEilKur M I ixa ltucu St Cm JnnutL Churlos Uunli onco suggested in regard to Wiikn thn corn crop Is u failure it doesnt another remarkable powon Is not record tmuuut to auueka ed 1otifAi Companion BLlNPED Â¬ Â¬ n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ u C4U1 Hazel Green Herald BPENOBH COOPER 1ublmher KENTUCKY HAZEL GREEN OUT OF THE SKY Knrtli Is dumb whon I call hor now What euro clous though the soul entreat Sho could laugh ir I luughcd 1 irow Cold I hor hoiirt in Its winding shoot Little curcH sho for want or woo Tears plorco not through tho thick cold snow So I look with u hopeless cry f U to tho sky Out of tho sky tho bunboams glance Out of the sky tho rain comes down Slcct that glistens and snows that sweep Over tho hill tops bure and brown And every blessing that mortals know Kails to earth llko tho falling snow Dropped so gently and silently Out of tho sky stretch my hands Up to tho dull sky turn my fncc Somewhere past all that shifting grny Iovc 1 feci hatlk n biding place If I ivu t they will fall I know Peace and comfort as falls tho snow Though I know not nor uyk not why Out of tho sky Albion Marv Fellow In Current So to tho clouds I DEAD LETTER OFFICE An Interesting Account of a Ro cont Viait The Miiieum The Kato of Lost and Mis Â¬ directed Letter Tho Package De Â¬ partment Tho Labors of Faith Â¬ ful and latlnnt Clerks Of nil tho Government work dono In Washington nono is more interesting than that which wo saw going on at tho Dead Letter Office during a recent Our ittlo part reached tho ollico about Ten oclock and sent in a fortunate note of intro- Â¬ duction to the head of ono of the depart Â¬ ments lie soon made his appearance and constituted himself our intelligent and trustworthy guide Our first pause- was mado in a room and it cer Â¬ known as tho museum tainly looked like a museum on a small scale No ono would have sup- Â¬ posed it to be any branch of the postal Its walls were lined with service cases containing tho most re Â¬ glass markable conglomeration of articles all of which are classed under tho head of confiscated mail matter There were bottles of medicine Indian dag Â¬ gers cutlery of all kinds a huge new axe a loaded pistol a centipede horned toads wodding cake a box of raisins and most dreadful of all a rattlesnake live feet long When we saw tho latter ho was safely coiled up in a bottle of alcohol where his six or seven rattles showed oil to fine effect but when confiscated by tho United States Government ho was alive and traveling in stato in a perforated tin box on his way to somo London museum Wc next passed into a long apart- Â¬ ment filled with busy men and women At the first tables wlioro we paused sat eight or ton clerks opening letters slender little knives with sharp searching in them for any inclosures and if any are found placing those let ters in different packages from the rest Among theso clerks was ono aged man who has occupied his posi- Â¬ tion since President Jacksons admin- Â¬ istration with tho exception of one term of four years but even with all this experience tho rapidity and dex Â¬ terity with which ho sorted and arÂ¬ ranged his letters was wonderful laughed a lady in our There party you sco tho fate of lost lettors lie careful what you write my dears Our guide smiled My dear madam said ho it is tho safest depository in tho world for secrets Wo soo and road bo much and bo much passes through our hands unread that it becomes simply a mat Â¬ ter of routine For instance yesterday I read ono hundred and fifty lettors containing checks and to day I can not tell you so much as tho name of tho writer of one of those hundred and fifty lottors You see ono days work pushes out oven tho memory of tho last and tho labor becomes almost mochanical Letters containing cash chocks or drafts pass through tho hands of thrco people before being sont back to tho post ollico from which thoyaro mailed Thus tho amount is vouched for as it leaves tho Dead Letter Ollico and tho local postmaster becomes rosponsiblo for tho money Somo months ago a letter contain Â¬ ing a small sum was sont back to a town in Oregon No receipt return Â¬ ing from tho postmaster thore inquiry was sont out and ho ropliod that ho Ho had novor rocolved tho letter have boon also suggested that it might destroyed in tho postal car which had recently boon burnod while passing tyvhrougii Minnesota Though tho letter was of insignificant value it was care Â¬ fully traced to that very car where it un Â¬ must huvo boon dos troy ed by lire was stolon less added our guide it from tho burning wreck together with other letters in tho registered bag as all such lettors are registered and con boqucutly supposed to bo of value Â¬ mornings visit How largo a sum of money havoyou ever received in this ofllco in a dead letter asked I Once I believe six hundred dollars In casli was received But I have been hero for twolvo years and in my timo one hundred and fifty or sixty dollars has been tho most Even that Is unu Â¬ sual Hero is my packet for yesterday It Is marked on the outside you see Ono hundred and one dollars ami forty-live letters Quito onough for careless senders laughed I Ah was tho reply but wo liavo some tremendous sums Indrafts Only yestorday thero caino ono for ono hun Â¬ dred thousand dollars We all drew long breaths Will tho owner bo found He must with suchcaro as you take here I think so In tho caso of so largo a sum But wo arc not always success- Â¬ ful for with all our efforts to find eith Â¬ er senders or receivers for all tho money passing through our hands last year alone we turned over to tho Gov- Â¬ ernment eight thousand dollars And speaking of carelessness he added What do you think of this holding up five letters just opened All were directed in tho sumo business- Â¬ like hand to different gentlemen in 0uo no othor postal address being given and each contained a check Well said a lady of our party it is evidently a masculine bit of for getfulness lam glad to see it Then wc passed on to tho next room where packages wero being opened and their contents examined Only gentlemen are employed in as tho packages this department sometimes contain dangerous articles and oftcnor still gross and vulgar Theso last aro destroyed but ones the rest arc forwarded to the owners if they can be found on receipt of postage If owners aro not found the articles aro sont to tho basement where men aro employed to sort them tie them in neat brown paper pack- Â¬ ages labeling and cataloging as they proceed Onee in every year these things aro sold by auction Tho bid- Â¬ ders buy rather blindly as they can judge of tho parcels only by brief de- Â¬ scriptions published in a catalogue Here is a sample of tho motley collection sold last year One dozen jews harps seven dam Â¬ aged handkerchiefs a map of New Jersey eleven undertakers cmbilm-ing-needlhair wig six tin teaspoons and a butter knife childs damaged calico apron and a sliced map six cheap finger rings and so on through a list of more than six thousand separ- Â¬ ate packages each package contain- Â¬ ing several articles Passing on to tho misdirectcd letter department wo were perfectly amazed at tho wonderful acutoncss displayed by some of the ladies at those tables Hero aro a fow addresses as they wero written and as at last correctly de Â¬ ciphered and forwarded to their desti- Â¬ nation Mas Lucy Waoy Mas iuxia Waoy Â¬ es four years ami In that time had lost besido hor regular annual vacations only two days tlmot What a record of patience and faithfulness Thero aro one hundred and ton clerks employed In Uio Dead Letter Ollico alone of whom sixty aro ladies Tho work dono in this dopartmont so wo aro told is not as well knoVn as that of others and its usefulness and really wonderful system aro not fully appreciated but when I add that in every year about a million and a hall of dollars pass through this ollico its great servico to the American peoplo Is easily seen It was noon when with many thanks wo bado our polito host good morning and left this most Interesting of buildings with tho remark that it was miscalled as so vast a number ol tho dead letters aro never buried but rather endowed with roncwod lifo and sent on their way to reach millions of expectant hands all over this groat Gene country II Underwood in Companion Youths CARRIER PIGEONS Tholr Uofivliifi4i for Military Purposes In Tlmci or War Though tho dovo is tho emblem of peace one of tho varieties of tho species has been enlisted in the groat armies of Europe in surprising numbers to servo in caso of war Tho success ol tho French in maintaining partially by tho uso of carrier pigeons com- Â¬ munications between Paris and tho outside world whilo tho city was be Â¬ sieged by tho Germans has stimulated tho development of tho carrier pigeon service in tho European armies until now not only Franco but Russia TEMPERANCE TOM READING JONES THE PUBLICAN I mot Tom Jones tho publican Who keeps tho Prlneo of Wnlos What do you think ho said my lovo He whispered In my car Hellcvo rne Dili youre not so strong As when you drunk my beer You aro palo and thin A little gin Your sinking framo would chcor Como along with mo said ho And took mo by tho hand Oneoyou wore guy nnd Jolly Hill Tho merriest In tho land I wondered what strango crochet Had got into your brain When somo one told me youd rosolvou Never to drink ugalu Without it Hill You never will Ho healthy that is plain I did not say twas gammon love For that was not polito Woll Mr Jonos But this I said If I am wrong youre right Yot notwithstanding nil you say About being thin und palo I fool Im bettor stronger far Than when I took your ale For now I oat Tlic best of moat My body to regale Thut which wo culled a bed Tho straw that in ono corner luy And crazy chairs had Hod That now I had u hnppy homo Well furnished and so ncnt Whoro trips about a tidy wife So charming nnd so sweet And chlldron rise Tho otlior day whon I was out To brcatho tho gentle Kales usolens ploco of information It is claimed that some of tho lady dorks in our own city Chicago and those too who ata employed in rcspootablo business houses are in tho habit of ordering ale or boor at tho restaurants Thoy probably claim that thoy are tired and no ono who sees tliolr faithful devotion to customors all day will doubt their assertions But thoy should not mistako boor for a blessing or stimulus for strongth A caroful examination of statistics will prove that men and womon who do not drink can onduro moro hardships and do moro work and livo longer than thoir less tomperato neighbors But and woman is wonderfully like him in this respect Furthermore if a woman wants an thing from a California trip to a glass of toddy you may rest assured that her health will demand it and it sometimes demands it so loud and so long that hor friends aro glad to yield in timo to savo their own lives A tippling woman can furnish a pain or an ache on short notice and if sho has a cold or a headache tho whisky has to suffer and tho drug stores in hor neighborhood do a thriving businoss If her alo disorders hor stomach sho depends upon a doso of whisky to cor- Â¬ rect its effects and so hor morniftg beer and evening Bourbon do a co- Â¬ counter- Â¬ and operative businoss oach other balance Imagine a woman othorwiso pretty sitting like a saloon sign with a mug of boor ready to pour down hor throat How would a man llko a lino largo painting of his mothor with a foam- Â¬ ing glass of beer in hor handP Im agino him standing hoforo it in tho years to conic with his puro hoartod daughters by his side and saying to This is my mothor sho rep them resents to mo tho purest and noblest nnd womanhood that beautiful schooner of beer that you soo in hor hand is the symbol of her personal liberty it moans that sho had will to do as she pleased without enough caring for tho opinions of respectable Can you imagino any sano people man holding up such a mother as a model for tho pure child of his parental lovo If not lot us forever ignore tho vilo breath of tho browory How can any woman bo guilty of an act which will mako her childron blush at tho sacred namo of mother Let woman bo truo to herself and loyal to Him who has given her richest Lot her treasures into hor hands with Him in white until her walk weary feet shall find rest on tho banks of tho beautiful river until tho gar Â¬ nered prayers of earths long years aro answered and sho finds her dear ones bosido tho crystal rivers that gush from tho foot of tho throne Mrs 21 V Heed in Union Signal Â¬ A man convinced against his will Is of tho same opinion still I also told him this my love Yownc towne Knfi 1 11 Mil 1IICE Ncurlccsprlng Ark Unlontown Kansas Mr J It IIice Eureka Springs Ark IIkniiy Smith P O III Primer As a last example wav from England IIkniiy Smith Peoria 111 Pritoner letter all tho addressed to and deciphered at Horsewigger Co Thus you soo an expert at reading illegible handwriting becomes doubly expert at theso tables Perhaps it is because of tho provorbial patienco of women that they aro givon this work to do at nine hundred dollars a year while tho men who open tho packages receivo twelve hundred Up stairs in a sort of gallery and screened from the lower floor by little baize curtains like an old time church choir sat ladies sorting rc directing and jacketing more letters This last process consists of making a care- Â¬ ful inventory of tho points in a letter inquiring for lost mail matter writing theso points on tho outsido of a sheet of bluo paper which is then folded tho around tho original letter jacket you seo and pigeon holed Thus the task of such a correspond- Â¬ ence becomes reduced to tho minimum But tho tablo whoro wo found our- Â¬ selves perhaps more interested than anywhere olso was that where lottors ro addrossed and froshly envoloped came to be sealed To almost any ono of us tho sealing of fifty letters would bo no smnll task especially if dono in tho ordinary way but wo stood for thrco minutes beside this young ladys table and in that timo saw her seal ono hundred and fifty Sho took them up In epistles packages of fifty as they aro sont to hor with tho Haps all lapped on ono side Those sho sproads on her tablo with tho Haps about two Inches apart Thou a sponge slightly wot Is passed ovor tho whole fifty and with the dex Â¬ terity of a machlno each lottor is whisked ovor once which seals It and thero stands tho packagoof half a hun Â¬ dred done while you or 1 would have labored at The lady in charge of this room told us that sho has been there for twenty- hnlf-a-dozon last as Oswego Oswego Co Sweden Switzerland and Spain have regular carrier pigeon stations The pigeons from which tho supplies are drawn for theso military birds aro of Belgian origin whero tho most fa mous of theso messengers have been bred In 1874 tho Russians began by forming a station at Warsaw following it with stations at St Petersburg Many of the Kieff and other points Belgian pigeons died in the sovoro Rus sian climate but tho nativo ones did better Tho Russians did not succeed very well in training pigeons to fly over the great distances that aro neces sary in Russia and in 1885 tho reorganization of this whole servico was Intrusted to a commission of officers ol the engineers with fivo hundred birds at each station Switzerland has established tho carrier-pigeon stations at many different places in the republic and they do ex Â¬ ceedingly well in spito of the mount- Â¬ ainous character of tho countr There has been no attempt however to pen etrate any further into the Alps with them than Inlorlaken on account of tho destruction of tho pigeons by birds of prey which aro very numerous there Spain has been successfully training carrier pigeons for military servico Every fortress in the since 1879 country has a station of them with n central station at Madrid and main branches at Cadiz in tho extreme southwest and St Sobastian in tho noitioast Tho Spanish pigeons do not have to wait for warfare to make themselves useful Thoyaro employed by the coast guards and custom house officers in sending information of smuggling operations which aro vorv common on tho Spanish coast Their usefulness in war arises of course from the interruption of ordi nary communications by hostile armies Tho Romans used them and they wero employed by the Asiatics at a still earlier period Pliny mentions their use by beleagurcd cities Of the in Â¬ Of vestment of Modona ho said wero sentinels circumvalla what avail turns or nots obstructing tho river when intelligence could be convoyed Youths Com by aerial messengers panion Enough Is Enough Aunt Madgo was ontertnlnlng n friend from tho city and littlo Gorlln had come with her mamma to spend tho day Miss Kate tho visitor mado herself a favorite with children and Gertie was soon hor dovotod admirer When mamma was ready to go homo Miss Kate asked Gortio to stay If you go now you will not seo mo any more sho said impressively Gertie who was putting a tiny mit- Â¬ ten on hor dimpled hand immediately answered to tho surpriso of all Detroit Well Ivoscen oo enuff Free Press During tho burning of a mill at Carlton Mioh roeevtly according to tho American Miller tho big engine which drove tho machinery continued to run all through tho blaze and by that means was saved from destruc Â¬ tion though thero was not a wall standing on any side of it when tho fire Tho pumps wero also was finished running and kept tho boiler supplied It was so thero could bo no explosion a peculiar spectacle to soo the ongluo driving away at a slashing speed in tho midst of tho Humes but the motion Bomohow saved it from fire All tho rest of tie machinery was a total loss Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ With laughing eyes Run out their sire to meet While thus I talked of joys my love That drink could novor buy He took his hand from mine my lovo And went away so shy As if ho felt ashamed my lovo Of dong something menu Whilo I folt glad and happy love That I so firm had been As to repol Tho tempters spell To koep my mind soreno I WOMEN THAT DRINK They Ought to ll Kutlrely Unknown to ClvlllriUlon Drinking womon Alas that thero can bo such a combination of words A drinking in the English language woman ought to bo entirely unknown to civilization It is truo that thero is no sex in purity and truth neither is thero any sox in vico and moral pu Â¬ trescence A good man is as much de Â¬ graded by a glass of whisky or beer as a woman is but we expect better things of her who should be the human representative of purity and truth In making woman tho mother of all God has givon into her keep- Â¬ living ing the nurture and guardianship of tho race Whilo his character is form- Â¬ ing man is almost entirely under her caro and training into her hands and into her heart has been given a noblo task from which an angel woll might Whon woman comes down shrink from tho high pedestal on which God has placed her and becomes the tempter of man she loses all that makes hor sacred When Instead of wooing him on to nobler thoughts nnd teaching him tho sweot pure lessons of self denial she offers to his lips tho cup of self gratification sho becomes tho serpent in earths Eden Whon sho urges him to livo for selfish pur Â¬ pose or holds out to him a glass of wine sho insensibly lowers his stand- Â¬ ard of purity and truth In tho years that aro gone and God grant that all of them may bo gone the New Year was ushorcd In with a sort of dissipation which was discredit Â¬ able to every ono concerned in it and especially to tho ladies who furnished their friends witli intoxicating liquors Wine was considered almost as essen- Â¬ tial to a well spread table as cake and ho who failed to drink it in calling upon a lady was guilty of discourtesy to tho jeweled hand that offered tho Tho golden cup of abominations consequence was that many a mans bo appropriately stomach might labeled mixed liquors and many a hopeless drunkard of to day can date his ruin to tho inilucnco of bright oyes and graceful forms But in all tho walks of good society tho best and grandest womon canio to tho front and banished wiuo from their tables Wealth and position intellect and morality joined hands in tho good work and tho best olomouts of society to day sland pledged to tho grand re- Â¬ form To bo sure there aro somo who have never found out that it is unfash- Â¬ ionable who will still poison thorn solves and their neighbors with thoir favorite beverages But women who occupy high social positions will no longer dogrado thomsolvos and their friends by pandoring to low appotitos Thero is another loaturo of tho dis caso however which among certain classes still obtains and that is per haps tho growing uso of malt liquors over Â¬ Thoro is many an ignorant worked woman who fancies sho could not keep up without hor boor sho mistakes its momentary oxhilaratlon for strongth and knowing nothing of tho chemistry of tho compound and very littro of her own physiology sho applies the whip Instead of nourish Â¬ ment to hot poor exhausted frame Any honest Intelligent physician will toll hor that thore is moro real strongth and nourishment in a slice of bread than in a quart of beer but if sho lovoi stlmulnuts it would bo a very m What tho Workmen Did A very encouraging bit of news comes from Hartfort Conn In tho western section of that city thoro are several factories employing an aggre Â¬ gate of ovor a thousand workmen During tho last two or threo years ono liquor saloon after another has boon opened on tho two principal streets leading to these shops A good part of tho workmon wero In tho habit of drinking as thoy canio to tho shops as thoy went home and frequently be Â¬ tween times Finally tho moro sober and prudent among them talked tho matter over among themselves and decided It was hotter for all hands if tho saloons wore closed and tho torn r- Â¬ otation removed Tho proprietors of tho factories of courso joined with them in tho movomont which thoy started When tho men themselves thus took tho caso in hand it was oasy for them to show that the saloons had frequent Â¬ ly violated tho law by selling to nunorr nnd oponing tho side doors on Sunday With this ovidonco before thorn ttu Hartford commissioners peremptorily elosed a large number of tho saloons Tho most significant feature about this opposition among tho workmon to drinking placos was that it was not confined to tho non drinking men but that a numhor of moderate drinkor joined with thorn Christian Union Silt GVoiiok Tkkvelyan M P in his speech at Carnarvon tho othor day referred to tho question of tho liquor traffic Ho said that on his ostato thoro had been no public houso for thirty years and tho consoquonco was thoro had grown up a race of people who aro as diflbrout as possiblo from those who livo whoro drink is sold Thoro is no pauperism and absolutely thoro is no discontont with tho systom Thirty 3oars ago every body used to blame his predecessor for his policy but now it is envied in the neighborhood Why ho asked should not tho pooplo bo al lowed to do for thomsolvos what ho and his had dono for thorn Â¬ The Worlds Womons Christian Tomporanco Union petition placed in circulation in Coylon by tho Misses Loltch missionarios at lodoor villo rocoivod 10000 signatures within six weoks many of tho natives sign Â¬ ing tholr namos with a prayer for tbc success of the work VfWfflf rVr - udfc 1 riuuwuulw 1 RSMM -- i I Subscription -- Hazel Omen Herald Bfohoy to Accompany thn Namu a Yoar Editor jjpjSNpJSft COOPER I - Friday February FokSukkut 0 HAZEL GREEN KY 17 1888 A law wtiH pushed by the Legislature last wcqk winch the Hart County New dcularcu had no other purpose than to injure that uewpspr Heretofore the County Court wan compelled to publish the HhI of clniins In a newMpaper if thore wua one in the county but IhU bus been amended so ns to permit them to publinli them in a hand bill if they hec lit The bill tn introduced by ror JL S ira is ana fw I PEMOCRATIC TICKET 0 HANKS SSrEIetion Moudny August 0 1888 Lay not tip for yourselves treasures upon trtli wlicro tnotli and runt dot corrupt knd wlicro thieves bruak through and Htcul Tho flesh in weak and wo often err hut wc arc obeying the above injunction to tho letter Some papers make a great miration oyer tho failure of tho Metropolitan Hank at Cineimati Thercu nothing strange about it When tho Government arrested tho banks president it also took possession of it ALtcaxs Tho suspen sion therefore way a groundhog case Â¬ Nine hundred and thirty seven of tho dia mond in Kentucky arc imported When our diamond liclds shall liaro been fairly opened no more of these pauper produc tions will conic into the State Courier Â¬ Â¬ Journal You mean of course nono will then be imported but all the name the diamonds will then como from the now pauper counties and hencu be pauper produc- Â¬ ilupruscututivu Price of Hart at the instigation claims the News of a crowd of con Hpirators who with to crush and extermi nate it If this be thfi aasethe liberal minded members of the Legislature who were probably not nwuru of its nuture when voting on it bhould look into the matter und have it repealed The foes of the press arc many ujnUIous und persistent and aru ever rpnriy to promote schemes aiming at its very existence The editor of the News is a sprightly young gcntlemun who will proba bly triumph over his foes in this particular iiistuuce but it is well to thwart all meas ures which threaten the prosperity and in fluence of the journalistic profession It can not be foretold when the revenue derived from printing the county claims will be ofcscutuil to the continuance of that important institution the county paper and no malicious and envious opponents should be permitted to dictate its fate Down with the scoffers and seorners oT the press In rtnd About in Couricr Journal Such fellows as Imci forget after election that the county paper has previously published a mess of political porridge which paid for at advertising rates would bring tho county paper ten times more revenue than the paltry pit tance derived from publishing such things as the list of claims Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w inter iteauisitesi BKAUNS FAMOUS NEW STORE fl WPk O n Kt MOUNT STERLING KY establish meat After spending several dnja in the mar Â¬ kets for merchandise at priccn that touch I very pocket and catch every yo I am prepared to how vcui eoods and prices that are without precedent in this city My reputation as tho leader of low prices tduill be unrivalled this coming winter as every department is filled with new goods and at prices that will sell mv immense Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ New G oods Low Prices DRY GOODS LAMES FLRNIKJHNG GOODS GOLORKI DRESS GOODS put in Unusual inducements in rery depart 1 rVT Ms t rjrr xJTU W fflnvflc O -- - Low Prices OVERCOAT ENGLISH MELTONS DIAGONALS WORSTEDS and CORKSCREW SUITS HandMade BOOTS SHOES Of all descriptions 130 YS CLOTH 1XG FIXE SUITS LADIES AX D MISSES NEW MARKETS and CLOAKS HOSIERY GLOVES FLANXELS nil prices aud all qualities SHAWLS Sill UTS BLANKETS JERSEYS ETC STRDEDTHirOATS all colors ELEGANT LINE OK ILAIXTLAID and them rn MEXS il Mew Goods I am starting this season with over 1000 dozen of all tho staple and standard makes of Merino Casnmers Camels Hair etc and will retail single garments Â¬ CASHMERES HATS AXD CAPS OF ALL KINDS TRUXKS AXD VALISES COMPANIONS ETC ETC CHILDRENS Low Prices I men and children for less than other and smaller dealers in this town have to pav jobbers for same qualities 37tf Â¬ for ladies Mew Goods Low Prices t Â¬ WANT Y wwiMMrwwwwi -- nf tr iiiiin inni wnrrnnjT TrrMririnfTtrTMMMww l I tions Wc havent as much aenso an some people wehave Hence enough to realize that but if wo had been the inventor of tho gum shoe we believe ve hould have had bens enough to have so made them that they would not pull oil every time you stop in the mud If they are not to protect a pedestrians pedal ex tremities in tho name of Gooimuit what good hero are they They dont from an article relative to the aspirant make good tolu for the Democratic nomination for the Legislature Dr Gno C McFaiuaxp lion Jamis U Biaixi writing from married a sister of our better fceventeen Florence Italy to Mr P F Joxis twentieths and is therefore our brother Chairman of the Republican National in law If we were running Tun Her Committee nays that hw name will not ald in his neck 0 the woods it would be presented to tho Xntiouil Convention support him for the reason that wo becalled to assemble in Juno next for the lieve he would make Jacksonville a lirst nomination of President ami Vice Preai clnsd Representative and we hope to be dmt Ho fhvk ho is constrained to the able to do something for him anyway decision by personal considerations solely Jacksonville will not find a man better Huj however congratulates tho Republi- qualified than he and if the Democrats can party upon the chuering prospects it wish to win tiny should nominutc him has for Miceeas and predicts triumph for HEAVENLY MANNA ii This leaves the coast clear foe Smcu man Allison or Gukpuam with the A Gospel Sontf IimcrilHul to Moo dy aud first named a favorite in tho G O P Suolu y tho ItovivallstH Tho following poem written for the Cun the oldeat inhabitant tell us Courier Journal is from the pen of that when Kentucky had a more level headed sweet word warbler and gfltcd poetess Governor than is this sumo Simon Uoji Mrs Uosa ViitT2fip lirrnrv of LexA3 Chjof Executive of ington Ky and wo are sure that all vih Rucicnu ho has and is proving a terror who read it will feel tho purer for the the State to evil doer by refusing to exercise tho perusal When misfortunes round usl gather pardoning power and the man who con Like dark vultures hovering nich ttjmplates the commission of a crime Waiting for our hopes to wither with the hope that clemency will be ex Watching for our joys to die ercised in his case had better put off his Then the wordo that Christ hath Kpokcn jqb until Gov KucKXiSR steps down Heavenly manna from above and out of ofjiee He ha tnt down on Fvod our fiiiiiUhed souls in token chi3 legislation hi n mauner calculated Of his never dying love to crack its crystal and in doing so dem- Guided by that star whoso glory orjHtratOH that hi backbone is of a sort On tho wondering Mapi shone that neither bonds or broaks With an lhaiitom of Celestial stoiy argus oyo ho scans every bill and ho Lointing to the Eternal Throne promptly knocks on the head each one Stur Of Bethlehem through agi By thy blessed beams wc see thatsnncks of speculation If ho hold Illesaid words on holy pages ttj tho course ho has so far pursued his Come ye weary unto me naino will bo handed down in history nt When the days nrcdark and dreary tho greatest Governor Kentucky ever Whuu thy heart is soro oppresoed had lIclplesN wasted weak aud weary Come ye unto mo for rest Hon Benjamin Esqleqton of CinWhen griefs tempest fierce appalling cinnati died at that placo Thursday of Whelms thy life in deepest shade hist wcok aged seventy two years Bo TrtiBt tho billows Ghribt is calling ginning as a laboring man at 13 per It is 1 be not afraid month ho row tc prominence and influ- Â¬ Christ asleep upon a pillow ence Ho was ono of Cincinnatis ereal Wakened by His holy will Mtmati having filled tho jiositiou of Calms the wild waves ehains tho billow Councilman Alderman State Represen Ponce be mill With on whisper tative State Senator and Reprcscnta ThtiH in days of dire dieter Hut his true greatness tive in Congress And when all things bodo us ill To our sad hearts Joans Master lay in tho lovo he horo tho poor In Whifuor softly Peace be still Hf7 tho poor of that city wero forced cither to froOEO or pay eighty cents a Hopes loves joys all thiuys w cherish bushel for coal linN Eogmmton came Kurthly idoU shattftred lie Save uh Master or we perish tho front and against fioiep opposi to Is our souls dofmuhiug cry tion and almost at tho risk of his life Jusus Savior Why dimpjuiug procured an appropriation of 100000 WUilo ihonu biased words wo eo which wao so ably handled a to bring Spite nil ulm or w rang behavior tho market price down to twonty fiva Comu to me WouU wcttiy onta a bushel Thoro are yut living Uncle liil Cummins hhowod us a pair many poor men and women who will apver fotget hia kindness on that occa of boots a few day since which ho had Tho Cincinnati Enquirer says that just finished that aro tho nicest wo evor iiipn Wu remarked that thoy wore turn 090 of his hwt intelligent conversations saw boot for any man wjis wth a young ninn whom io had enough for n wedding knowu from babyhood and wlm though and hni hard yapoktu the words when wo How- young in yearn holds u position of grava learned tint thoy were for Honry fcilfty To him tho dying etal crtonv Tnen wo thought wo had hit the Wfrtkfpt repeating over and ovor again nail on tlm head Undo Bob knowa how to mjx M eiu loyal That iaal -- Â¬ All these aspirants however will have formidable competition in Dr GeorKi C McFurldiid the a tive and energetic politician who so didightb to make things livelj The Doctor is a foe not to be despised and the olheits should look well to their leixes for if lie doesnt get there the flies will find no time to rest on the backa of the other fellows as tiie Doctor is popular with the boys and a regular bustler The above extract is from the Jacksonville 111 Journal and is a paragraph BALDBIDGE HOQAN SAW CO English Manufacturers Circular of Best I Steel CIA and Long g Also Dealers in Files - sm Tf rii liQnV i ZSf jiM i I WW coo 1 Â¬ In MoiJciunnshlp Our Circttlur Siiwb tonhuoM anil i lrtMUity of lonip r and imlit of Ktccl ANo a full lluu of rrfiieh Itnnd Snub in toeJi of our o vn liuportutlon LEATHER AND CUW SELTINC stand at tin- houil of tlio nmrKtt 011 tliolr inorltH limmiprs Kwatros Kmory Vlieols Work fully wsirinntid and ut LARGE CIRCULAR PriecH SAWS A SPECIALTY Hot torn Send for Price Liht with Heat DiHCounta V Co Hnzel Green Ky for new work or saw a fo 7 fiAll orderw tent to J T Day repair will bo promptly forwarded to Ub and will have our best attention niy tlv WCMfWWfllHlltUMI iirrmminiTmriiiiinnmiiumwuj Vine and 38 Water Streets Cgir3CEiAT8 O 1 Ick Â¬ RE SMITH WITH 1 TAYLOR DAY FLOYD DAY KELLr B DAY Â¬ Green Hufiaker CIS W Co Wholesale Dealers in Boots and Shoes Street Main PE 1 m HAZEL GREER KENTUCKY Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY H t3 CLA WITH BIBVSES CAHSOiT fctiCj tfj Â¬ Cowipany G37 West Main Street aGly LowevSt Prices Heavy invoices arriving daily and stacks upon stacks of goods to meet every department of trade Live Stock Country Produce and School Claims received in trade on notes accounts or J T DAY CO merchandise a tf MW mmimmmm immwmm WHOLESALE Largest Stock AND www ni RETAIL i ULJJJ LOUISVILLE LOUIS STIX Â¬ A Young Wife Said to her Husband My dear I dreamed last night that you were an Angel of CO What is that a sign WIIOLESALK DKALBRS IN 1 H NOTIONS THIRD RACE aOlv a UHI01T STREETS Cinciniiati A fdul stomach was his unpoetic answer People who have no such pleasant night visions and awako feeling as though they hau had no rest nerves all unstrung wondering What on earth IB the mat tor with me would better take some simple treatment in TIME Persons will neglect themselves and put oil treatment until their health is gone What would you think of the authorities of a great city with its miles of sewerage to take away tho filthy accumulation1 of streets and alleys allowing tlvr sewerage to choke up and spread contagion and poisonous gases from decaying Yet your course is just as UNWISE Thv mntter to blight that city by disease human body is well provided with all that is necessary to carryingoir the unclean and yoa alow it accumulate and decompose bringing all manner of ills to the flesh An old Chinese proverb is Keep your feet warm your head cool and your bowuls open Make i memorandum of this and try it and if you dont keep well there ia no truth in tho world Â¬ Will do the business for you LITTLE CALVERTS Sold and guaranteedLIVER PILLS by J N VAUGHN CO Hazel Green Kv J T DAY J M riERATT it DUO Easel Ky Cnmpton Ky And all General Mores in Pndtcrn rxwk Kentuckr Manufaetureisand holcRale Dealers in MVMWMWMmM BtwajtfMU w wwn m 3miMCimbmjmnwrmamm Â¬ m aMm m No Gil Main M m FRESHAND CLEAN Â¬ Louisville Ity Â¬ I am now receiving New Goods and my stock of General BostonMass Merchandise ia now complete consisting of Dry Goods NoBaTRopresentcd by J B tions Ladies and Gents Boots and Shoes Uals and Cap1 Queensware Hardware Groceries Drugs Saddlery and a Blackburn noiy I Sfeet 10 Summer St J nunlhpXjTll Dunlapil WG Uarrett DUflUP BROS CO Wholesalo Mauufactunra of SADDLES HARNESS ETJM ANI DKAMUS IN I propose to sell them Cheaper for Spot Cash than ever before known in this market Call on me and you can Save Big Monev Ill divide profits with you Q B SWANGO O variety of articles too numerous and too tedious to mention W HOWE WHOLESALE DBALEIt IN SADDLERY HARDWARE 728 aud 730 W Main StJ LOUISVILLE KY fltepresentcd by nOU NUNNELLY ftflOty KENTUCKY WHISKIES and Mountain Brandy ftfiain truto 1 Streqt WIT 3JERL3NC KY twrntrsmrwrmn HMfKS I F a death notices free bates of respect and obituaries 5 cents a In the meantime all papers which wish line to lend a noble fellow a heloins hand id yd3 Announcements of candidates for htntc or District oflioes f 10 County offices launching his first craft should send 5 calls on persons to become candidates along tlicir exchanges Ho will prove and their atibweiH S cents a Hue Payable worthy if every favor you can bestow invariably in advance be entered upon the and be an honored addition to the press mimc w K2kSiibsiTiition Dook until puid for gang His wife Mrs Nannio Herndon and all subscriptions are slopped at expira- left yesterday for Paintsville via Uat tion of time paid for notice of which will on the lettsburg at which plaeo sho will meet lie indicated by a cross mark margin in front of your name A prompt Mr Herndon and go the rest of the way renewal only will insure its continuance per steamboat Tho people of PaintsSPENCER COOPER ville will also like Mrs IT and we hope they will make her welcome at the out- Â¬ GARRISON HE SELLS CHEAP set Both of them have our best wishes for happiness success and prosperity HARDWARE QUEENSWARE l Â¬ Ho Hna Suro Cono Donth of Mrs Morso A intimated in our last issno H C Mrs jMnttib Morso wife of David Itcrndnn will start a paper at Piiintsville Morso died last Thursday averting at t Ihun larcor jirculatlon in the mountains oj ue cnncu tuc Iattitsviiio a Paragraph a the residence of Mrs A It Wright on intern Kentucky than anv tmner in llio State und inrohants and others wishing o Bevcn Column folio at 100 nnr vnir Tniilnr Kfmrtf VU ul n lu venro the trade of Knstiiru Kentucky will ll0 narricn wiJh lilm in hl3 unturo iln boe i Kentucky and came to itnd it Tint HB8T AitvitRTisiKo meuiom VK t wislioswolHlifvo of every acquaint- - this city her native homo some months i Advertising Rntos aneo lie ever lind and if their wished bo ngo hoping to improve her health as she tFTranniont advertisements 75 eoiitu uu lirHt iiiNortton JO cents an inch for m Miiiiuid no will certainly prosper boyond has been a stilleror for the past twenty- miIi aubriOjiH nt insertion nis expectations Ulay JJermlon is pop- - live years She was a daughter of Thorri Standing Amvkutiskmknth I inrhl ycar COO 4 inches ycarl500 ular everywhere that he is known and ton Wright now dcrcnsetl and the only i n oli on l year 900 flinches lyeur 1760 he deserves to bo He left for Cincinnati sister of Jas Wright and a half sister to year lJOO i inches inches 1 year 2000 on Motiday to purchase his outfit and Mrs D F Alexander John K Chas jfirSpecialratub on larger advertisements local notices Re a line with 5 per cent oil will begin the publication of the 1ara 1 W S Gua and Thomas Wright She for lone time graph as soon as he can conveniently do so was married to David Morso May 28th MarriaHU and tri- - HE I tmmm 9A ERALD CHAPPED HANDS AND PACE CUTS BURNS SORES FROST BITE TRXDEMARK M o 1 4 I 1 I J i onrl ivawr NO 0740 Aim - 1 1 5 DIPTHBRIA SKIN DISEASESSold by all Merchants at 25 Cents a Bottle it j j X Â¬ STOVES TINWARE C UTLER Y MASONIC THMlLK MT STERLING KY jutfly on nwwawwi rAYUi mi ii iiimmiiwhiwiiiib hhimim i ii fcoacoon Earth Awaits that countless army of martyrs whose ranks arc constantly recruited from the victims qf nervousness and nervous diseases The price of the boon is a systematic course of Hostctters Stomach Bitters the finest and most genial of tonic nervines pursued with rea Easier pleasanter sonable persistence nd safer this than to swash the victualf ling department with pseudo tonics alcoholic or the reverse beef extracts nerve foods narcotics sedatives and poi Tired Natures sweet sons in disguise is the providenrestorer balmy sleep tial recuperant of weak nerves and this glorious franchise being usually the con sequence of sound digesti in and increas ed vigor the great stomachic which in sures both is productive also of repot e at Not unrefrc shed the required time awakens tho individual who uses it but vigorous clearheaded and tranquil Use the Bitters also in fever and ague rheumatism kidney troubles constipation and biliousness Â¬ Â¬ niEREAND THERE Look oat for the Red paper unless renewed at once the paper will stop coming X Cross on your It denotes that your time is up and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ last The sick of our town reported weeks issue arc all sWly improving in Â¬ Mrs Lusk mother of Judge Lusk was confined to her room all of last week bv illness but is now some better Â¬ Magistrates can get blank Warrants Executions and Replevin Bonds at this oilicc at 25 cents per quire Sent by mail on receipt of price Clay tlcrndon told us n few days ago oil teu miles from will also discover gas Paintsville They as soon as the Paragraph makes its ap- Â¬ that thoy had found pearance Â¬ Â¬ When nature falters and requires help Catch On In Tlmo recruit her enfeebled energies with Dr J With our issue of March 2nd we will II McLeans Strengthening Cordial and begin the publication of a new serial Blood Purifier 100 per bottlo Sold story entitled Trean or the Mormons by G B Swango Hazel Green Daughter by Alva Milton Kerr The will be handsomely illustrated and J R Toggle representing L G Ring- story who wish to read a narrative of those Co dealers in boots and shoes gold Morman life founded on fact should Cincinnati was here again on Wednes avail of the opportunity now presented day and says he had a go d trade since in Tin IIeiuld The story was written he was here last week Jim is a hustler while the author was a resident of Utah and nearly always makes good sales and there will be found in it many facts Sick headache wind on the stomach relative to the people of that religion In the same billiousncss nausea arc promptly and never before published issue we will resume the publication of agreeably banished by Dr J II Mc Under exposure to cold winds rain Leans Little Liver and Kidney Pillets thcTalmago sermons Altogether Tins in the bright light or malaria may bring on Sold by G B Swango HttiiMJ will be second to no paper 15 cents a vial State as a family visitor and all should inflammation and soreness of the eyes Hazel Green subscribe to it The price is a mere pit- Dr J H McLeans Strengthening Eye J T Day of this place last week sold tance to any one yet in the aggregate Salve will subdue tho inllamation cool his farm on tho head of Grassy Creek the sum that might be raised if every and soothe the nerves and strengthen and running up to the town limits to one would lake tho paper would help us weak and failing eye sight 25 cents a David A Whitaker of the Red River wonderfully Thk III xaja is doing box Sold by G B Swang Hazel neighborhood for 3100 equal to cash more for this section than all the papera Green Mr Whitaker recently sold his farm to in the State and every one interested in The people of Ezel feeling that the a Louisville syndicate or advanced education development location of the graycyard has had much One dollar will pay should subscribe to do with tho epidemic of sickness on Frequently accidents occur in the for a year it Wednesday commenced to remove those household which cause burns cuts A Prosperous Proachor who are there buried to a more suitable sprains and bruises for use in such cases Rev J T Pieratt of this place on place Wo understand fifty graves will Dr J II McLeans Volcanic Oil Lini Â¬ ment has for many years been tho con- Thursday of last week officiated at the he required to accommodate the coffins stant favorite family remedy Sold by wedding of Edgar Kash and Miss Lou removed daughter of Stephen ellen Swango G B Swango Hazel Green Thousands of people sufier with back Swango at the residence of the brides Rev E P Mickcl preached at the father on Red River Ho says there were ache not knowing that in most cases it Presbyterian Church in this place last at least 100 present to witness the nup is a symptom of diseased kidneys and Sunday morning and evening it being tials and extend congratulations Fri liver which plasters and lotions cannot his regular appointment He had intend day afternoon the wedding party had an heal The best and safest remedy is Dr ed to start with his wife and family to infair supper at tho residence of tho J II McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm 100 per bottle Sold by G B Swango Florida on Monday last but Mrs Miek- - grooms mother Mrs Elizabeth Kash el had an attack of pneumonia a few and Bro Pieratt says the supper wa3 Hazel Green days previous and for sometime was Hiipurb Jim Tom does the business up Mrs O P Sorrel livingnearMaytown quite ill so nicely that he is getting all the calls died very suddenly last Tuesday morn- Â¬ Sho was up and Exposure to rough weather gotting now He wan called to marry two couplet ing of consumption in damp localities aro favora- yesterday but wo do not know their about her duties aud her husband was wee living ble to tho contraction of diseases of the names Tf he keeps on in this way Ha mixing a doso of medicine for her at the kidneys and bladder Aa a preventive zel Green will soon be known as a Gretna time she expired She leaves a husband and for tho cure of all kidney and liver Green for lovers and his reputation will aud live children to mourn her death trouble use that valuable remedy Dr J be second only to that of Squire Bcasley Any and everything that can bo exe H McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm at Aberdeen cutd with now tvpe ilrit class presses and 100 per bottlo Sold by G B Swango Reference to our advertising columns fine papor in the hands of skilled mechanHazel Green will show our readers that R E Smith ic may he had at this ofiico at loss than city prices It will pay any man in Eastern Once upon it time there was n slave is now representing that old and reliable Kentucky to got his printing at Tub Unit condemned to death Ilia master told boot and shoo house Green Hullaker Mu oflioe Scud for estimates and statu him if ho could make a riddle that he Co Louisville Kv than which tlioro is exactly what you want could not solve ho would liberate him not a better Jiouao anywhere Mr Smith For sale at this oflice n good squirrel and ho made n riddle that ho could not was here several days tho last of tho week of this and sold Hoveral good gun rifle barrel 3 feet long Muzzla solve and his master set him free The and the first Hold up 200 yards center fire bills With his wido acquaintance in loader riddle was this the mountains aud tho well known char- Call at this office and examine it Prico As I went out and in again acter of tho firm ho represents wc pre- reasonable Out of tho dead the living came Six theru were and seren there will be dict for him phenomenal success in sell- Â¬ Godsey aud Mra Lou Miza Miss Â¬ Â¬ and for aylf your Store Keeper will not order send 30 cents to vnrv do us and we will forward it by mail voted member of the Methodist Church embracing religion in early life Along CO and painful illness lias closed the earthly scenes of a most estimable lady and a humble christian To the grief stricken KHOritKY husband and sorrowing relatives the Speoial Correspondence Siiockhy Feb 11 John Taulbee of Post Intelligencer extends deepest sym Breathitt County and living near this pathies Paris Tenn Post Intelligenplace was a few days ago dangerously cer hurt by a horse Ho was riding behind A Krndsomo Job unother horse which kicked at the horse Wc have received from the Transylva Â¬ he was riding To avoid the blow from Mm nia Printing Company Lexington Ky i n ii the horse in front he drew up his own a subscription book we ordered a short animal suddenly when it reared up and time since It is ruled on a plan of our fell back upon him mashing his left hip own and will accommodate 7J181 paid Ho was hauled home by friends and has up subscribers for three years There is sullercd terribly We are glad to say no place to run credit subscriptions The that he is bettor at this writing book is very substantially bound with nClf Lee City near this plaeo is on a boom heavy sides spring back c and is cov Â¬ in the way of improvement Tho peo ered with morrocco In addition to the ple are locating there as fast as black place for names is a two page index for birds in a rye field Those who have not STEAM PRINTING COMPANY every letter in the alphabet It is the best time to build arc hauling their houses in subscription book wc have seen in thir- from the Cl Kaht Main St LkxingtoiKy country If the work goes on ty years experience and we would ad it will soon be a city in fact as well as vise all publishers needing a subscription BOOK AND JOE name book to write to the above company iTB James Campbell and his son Frank are Papers with fewer subscribes could of building a house on the head of Trent course have u smaller book fork of lied River where they will make Of Every Description on short their future residence C A Baker representing the clothing notice James Kendall of Morgan County house of S iasongood Menderson Co and Geo E Tuck representing the boot passed through here last Wednesday en 1 Leadings c and shoe house of Plant oc Marks both route to Jackson to attend Circuit Court at that place Cincinnati houses were in town Wed John DeBordisin this vicinity buying nesday Both these gentlemen are good stock John is a good trader and we salesmen and deserving of n good trade Of all khula done with neatness and dis- which they would almost suicly get if would like to have him around every patch Shout tho houses they represent would adycr week o tise in Tm JIihaiI and as we believe We are glad Calvin Swango ha- - a boy they will soon do so we confidently ex at his house but we do not see why that o to note next time these gentlemen should prevent him from bringing us pect Reference J T Day A Co Hazel Green come this way that they have had a good some twisted Burley smoking tobacco trade There was a large erowd attended the We aro in receipt of a letter from W stock sale at this place Wednesday but Ii Allen of White Oak Morgan County not much stock on market The list of which brings the information that one stock sold was not reported Jar Lee has confessed to the recent rob bery of the stores of J A Day John Tub IIikam and the Weekly Cincin Patrick and others implicating three of nati Enquirer oie yenr for only 200 It Some of the goods have strikes uh that thin ib the best combination the Diamonds ct made and if it hits yon the same way been recovered some of them were sunk send tiH fUOO in cash and you will get both in the river and others were hid in the papers for twelve mouths tf stable loft of one of the Diamonds We mm wimiriaMHinwi m will publish the letter next week 18f7 Sho was born Kept thirty five vears 1841 hIu Iiuh hnnn n CHILES THOMPSON Mt Sterling Ky Â¬ Â¬ WHOLESALE tt AfftUfi D If 11191 No 29 Vine Street i CINCINNATI Â¬ Â¬ TRANSYLVANIA IB a Â¬ Â¬ FINE Wedding Invitations Lktter Â¬ Book Binding Book Manufacturers- Blank 88 B an S m Â¬ ACADEMY Jan i Â¬ Timber Virgin Timber in -- - WANTED Lands The Ninth Term Begins MONDAY 18 1888 jjcguNew i 2 1888 Â¬ WANTED For an English Syndicate largo tracts of and ends FRIDAY May clean large well- th Mineral Lands Kentucky at LOWEST WILD LAND IJUCES Must be accessible to Kailroud or good floating stream jtfrTITLE MUST UEPEUFECT Give full nurticiilars BUSH ROD C WASHINGTON Lock ltox IG Cliarleutown W Va d2ini ventilated buildings furnish--ed-winew improved schoolt furniture Full Corps CampeteatTcsciiers m Â¬ TYP 10H rinti Street Cincinnati Ohio SMITH ALLtSON The type on which this jmper tnprlntoil la from theubova founilry Edjtoii IIrkai ClIAS M FOUNDUV JcL Tuition Board and In- cidontal Expenses Reasona- able -- SlBKOEIt COOIBR Â¬ FALlKN II C IlEKNDON For further information call on or address Hazel Greon Academy Go Hazel Green Wolfe counto Ky Â¬ COOPER HERNDON GENERAL - FALLEN m s HAZEL GREEN KY Jbis Abe Bloch Â¬ Co Boys and Manufacturer and Wliolcnalo Dcalcrn in Â¬ Â¬ Have several thousand aerei of fine timand farming landN in Wolfe ber miner aud adoinng counties for Hale Write for deflcriptivo list iiritl terms JVJona Youths Childrens AND Â¬ FEED STABLE HAZEL CREEN KY FITTKD UP A FIIIH CLAS3 STATtLEand provided myself with saddle rnd hnrnewi homes and vehicles raapeottullywlieit tho nubliu patronage 1 trill feed hcrsei by tho single feed day week or month and tako pleasure in givinj oil tack entrusted to mu especial attention tlIIoracK bought and sold on commit 6iorand will drive horned to harness for all who desire my ervicen All chargen reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed Â¬ 122 Vine Street a201y Cincinnati O WORD WITH WA Harbison 707 700 fc Â¬ Â¬ HARNESS AND COLLAltfy 7J1 W MAIN HTREET ath right S ADDLER x r v Tell me this riddle or Ill go free Mauqiu uud Jknnie Commits ing pedal goods Suo arc on the sick Hat 23 tf J n PICK ATT LOUISVILLE KY vlVf ft 5K I ii i r xl I i l That wo will havo nono but porfoctly honest pickers and burn ovory box that persists in getting tho best barrios or tho nicest peas on top That in tho future wo will apply all tho manure tho crops can possibly use and thou put on a few loads moro That beginning as soon as thoso resolutions nre finished wo will so plan and work that ovory thing is done at tho earliest seasonable moment That wo will join somo club or so- Â¬ Mrs Clovolnndwasthogroatest favor- Â¬ ciety for thoso of our vocation or if ite I over know for when mending day thoro is none near that we will labor camo every girl in tho collogo would zealously to establish ono gladly havo darned hor stockings That right now wo will begin such a Could good will or philnntropny go system of accounts that wo may know beyond this at tho closo of eaoli year how much wo Prof Langloy tho astronomer havo made and how wo in ado It That wo will hereafter keop a note- Â¬ who has just boon olocted Sccrotary of the Smithsonian Institution is ono of book to record experience gained and the lions of Washington society Ho is to provide for work being dono better much sought after for dinnor parties each year That wo wont think that wo know His bright eyes and enthusiastic man Â¬ ner contradict tho signs of old ago seen it all but on tho contrary wo will bo glad to got hints from others and to Harpers Bazar in his gray hairs There is a colored citizen named this end will visit brothor gardeners very successful J T Shufton in Orlando Ga who is who aro wo will endeavor to educate That a graduate of Howard University in j After tho people to a large consumption of both litorary and law branches he graduated ho was admitted to prac- Â¬ vegetables and fruits by sotting them tice in tho United States Circuit Court a good example not giving our own and tho Supremo Court of tho District families only thoso which aro un- Â¬ Ho is also a graduate in marketable of Columbia That wo will so beautify our homo medicine that tho house and grounds may show The first lines Andrew Carnegie wrote for print appeared in tho Now that while ono branch of gardening is York Tribune and for them Horace business another branch is pleasure That wc wont change commission Greeley wrote him a letter of thanks men ovory year or so treat them that Mr Carnogio lias a groat many photo Â¬ graphs of his rocont coaching trip in thov will want us to change unless Knglnud the most of which were taken thoy cheat That we will clear up tho grounds by Mrs Carnegie who is as good a each fall instead of leaving litter for photographer as she is a musician destructive insects their eggs or larva Harpers Bazar That boforo spring work begins wo book-buWashington is a groat injr center in a book storo in that will overhaul all implements and ve tity ono afternoon recently tho follow hicles and put them in good condition That wo wont hire lazy thoughtlcs ing well known persons were gathered laborers because wo can get them for at tho samo moment Mrs Clavclnmi Justices Gray Matthews and Harlan a few cents per day loss than good several members of tho Chinese Lega- Â¬ laborers That we will soloct and ordor in time tion Secretaries Bayard and Whitney seeds plants or trees needed and not Congressmen French and West and delay till thoy can not arrive in good Senators Stockbridgo and Edmunds time That wo will not expect good crops HUMOROUS of currants and gooseberries from bushes growing in sod and never A man enn ro back on relations Ami It will not disturb tho worlds plan pruned Hut nh Its n ilifloront matter That wo will never again send nnj When relations go back on tho mun Tid IUtt product to market without first assort -- At tho theater Wife What arc ing it and that we will use every hon To est means to increase tho attractiveness you going out for Husband i ec a man After tho theater at of fruits or vegetables when displayed home Husband What aro you look- to consumers Wifo To ing under tho bed for That Ave wont get thenovolty craze a man yet will keep out of ruts that while Critic ice Dakota Lady to bride of a year wo wont 11 off at tangents we wont 1 understand Mrs Pullquick that be a clam your husbandjfhns reformed somowhat j That every time wo spend a dollar since his marriage Mrs Pullquick for tobacco we will give tho wife a like Oh my yes John drinks as hard amount to spend as sho pleases or will as over but ho doosn t shoot as many allow her a purso of hor own That wo will spend as much timo in Epoch pcoplo as ho usod to A young lady of Philadelphia re Â¬ talking garden as in talking politics ceived a special delivery lottor The and will sook to reform tho country messenger handed hor the book to not by talk but by hard work on our sign for it Sho took tho book and in Â¬ own promises Finally that wo will be hotter mon stead of writing hor signature she wrote Dear John Glad to hoar from and gardeners that wo will grumblo you Como up Sunday night She loss and hoo moro ami put trust in Providence and kerosene omulsion had answered tho lottor shot and Paris green Woll I wouldnt cyanides slug Omaha Lawyor want to bo a Czar Tho paper says American Garden the Emperor of Russia was frightonod Plowing Frozen Ground half out of his wits recently by sooing Sometimes land may bo profitably a commercial drummer with a samplo plowed in winter when slightly frozen caso under his arm edging up to Woll woll A thin slice of frozen earth is no sori him Omaha Merchant I didnt know tho Czar over kopt ous obstruction to the plow witli a good cutter in advance nor is it any injury Omaha World store to tho bottom of tho fur- Â¬ Wife John its timo to got up when turned curiously it makes tho row Rathor and build a lire John Thank land warmor and dryer early in spring you my dear for reminding mo but than it would otherwise be Tho ex- Â¬ 1vo turned ovor a now loaf Ivo planation of this singular fact Is that sworn off from building firos As tho holds tho furrow up John picks himself up from tho floor and frozon earth it from becoming as com- Â¬ prevents ho sullenly mutters These Now pact as it otherwise would fall es- Â¬ Years swcar oITs novor do amount to pecially if wet While tho frozen any thing anyway Peoria Tran sllco at tho bottom thaws by Internal script heat of tho soil beneath It tne furrow So you aro named above it moanwhlle freezes thus insur Â¬ Omaha Dame after your fathorP I suppose though ing not only disintegration of soil to your mamma has somo pot name for that depth but a looseness of texturo you No sho calls mo that admits tho warm air in spring Littlo Boy Will samo as sho doos papa When when the furrow thaws out A eavy sho is in another room and calls I sod plowed when there is a very dont seo how you can toll which ono thin slice of frozen soil among tho sho moans you or your papa Oh grass roots makes a particularly mel- Â¬ thats easy enough Sho always calls low seed bed in spring Tho frost mo kind o coaxing you know Oma Â¬ works it down about as woll as work Â¬ ha World ing on it half the summer could do A young lady who from her accent American Cultivator owed hor origin to tho Emerald Isle A littlo East Boston girl whoso walked to ono of tho monoy ordor win Â¬ dows in tho post ollloo yesterday and mother had entertained her tho other laying down twenty dollars asked that day with tho enumeration of tablo thoy bo sent to her sister in Belfast delicacies particularly mentioned quail askod tho clork you on toast as ono of tho most desirable oi Ah Ireland have made a mistake Go to tho for dlshos was surprised at tho littlo ono eign window This is tho domostio a day or two after when tho child in Mmlo amtatake havo I was thotrl responso to tho query as to what sho Woll now thats would havo for dinnor promptly re Â¬ uuiplnmt rojolnor Oh mamma I want somo jdum 1 lavo you out in tho cold plied Uoldcn Days Sluirc mid Im ii doinlslio inosolf on toajtl whalo yÂ¬ PERSONAL AND LITERARY Honry Morrill a Vermont loy lias jut boon appointed by tho Chinese Govcrnniout to not us chiof commissioner of customs nt Cores at n salary of 12000 Miss Roso Elizabeth Clovolnncl has boon for somo yonra engaged in u closo study of tho Hfo and work of St Augustine with tho purposo in yiow of writing a book upon him and his mother Monica is Mrs Shaw of Now York winning famo and monoy as a whistlor Her sorvieos are in great demand at private entertainments in that city and her patrons aro among the most rominont society people A young lady who was formerly ono of tho Wells Collogo girls says GOOD RESOLUTIONS How Yogotnhln nntl Irult Irnwom Can Miika Thrlr Lot n Ilnppy One Now lot every ono of us go to tho middlo of tho cabbage patch or to tho warm sldo of tho packing shed and rc solvo That wo will buy noithor floods nor plants of any man without reputation STATE SAVAGES Feroclonn Inoplo Who Ilro In Harrows YORK llKn Wotvits nnil IMPURITIES OF AIR SCHOOL AND CHURCH An anonymous contribution of 127000 has boon rocoived by tho That people exist In tho State of Now ork who live llko prairlo dogs in holes In tho ground would hardly bo credited by many people Yet it is a fact and such a community ono hun Â¬ dred and fifty souls in number oxists not moro than eighty miles from Now York City and less than live miles from tho Hudson river In the Pnltz mountains in Ulster County there is a tribe of people gen- Â¬ erally known as Pang Yangers who live In a placo in the mountains culled Pang Yang These people aro a mixture of the white negro and Indian races and seldom is a puro blood of oitlior race found among them In the summer thoy pick berries on the mountains and sell to fruit specu- Â¬ lators In winter JJicy livo by bogging in the neighboring towns and villages Tho language spoken Is a dialect of Holland Dutch mixed with tho Indian tongue as spoken by the Mohican or Delaware tribe before the revolution- Â¬ ary war Tho marriage rlto is practically un- Â¬ known and entirely disregarded among them Such a thing as a Supremo Be ing thoy havo no conception of except to use tho name in a profano way Im- Â¬ morality among these people has never been looked upon as a crime Thoy look upon stealing as a lawful busi- Â¬ ness lxm Â¬ I I Their habitations are of tho worst description at tho best nothing but lints while tho majority aro moro dug Â¬ outs in tho side of a hill with a blanket hung before tho opening to keep out the wind and rain They aro extreme- Â¬ ly filthy and dirt could not bo taken off them in any other way than to pationtly chip it off with a hatchet Their appearance is very much dif ferent from any mixed race either in the South or West The men aro stal- Â¬ wart and man of them over six feet in height swarthy as a Malay with crisp black hair and piercing black eyes Tho women havo much tho same general appearance In dress they wear the odds and ends of every thing in tho shape of clothing that they can beg borrow or steal Crossing the mountains through Pang Yang when a boy tho writer re Â¬ members having seen an aged woman wearing a dress made out of an old patchwork quilt clad like Joseph in a coat of many colors None of these people can read and they have no idea of what is gDing on in the great world around them There aro old men who have spent all their lives within an hours journey of tho Hudson river who havo never scon a steamboat Some peoplo say thoy first sprang from the Tory refugees who sought shelter in tho mountains from tho wrath of tho patriotic Dutch farmers of Kingston who had their town burned by the British during tho revo Â¬ lutionary war Others claim that the community sprang from an escaped slave who ran away from his master boforo slaves woro liberated in New York State and a white woman who went with him together with a fow recruits thoy gathered around them from timo to timo in tho shape of Indi- Â¬ ans Others say that they just grow like Topsy Whatever thoir origin may be it is like that of tho gypsies buried in tho past N Y Press Â¬ RAILWAY AInrrlort Alan CONDUCTORS groatly prefer that their conductors Preferred by the Managers of TrtttiApnrtntlnti Companies Tho railroad companies as a rule should bo mon of family for tho two-Â¬ fold roason that thoy aro moro easily located when wanted and again for tho Intluenco for good that a loving wifo and affectionate children may A man will ofton havo over him boforo doing a wrong which hesitate might send him to tho ponitontiary when ho has a wifo and childron at homo to look after and euro for re Â¬ marked a railroad superintendent yes Â¬ terday This led him to say that tho fatigues of a long run made tho con Â¬ ductors anxious for the peace and quiet of home and whon thoy havo ono thoy can nearly always bo found at it Conductors dissipate very littlo nowa days Tho man who drinks oyou whon off duty is not tho proper party to inÂ¬ trust with tho lives of a great number of people It is a rare thing to soo ono of them in a bar room and if seen there ho doos not tarry long Ono of tho oldest and most popular conduct Â¬ ors of St Louis is at prcsont lying off with no prospect ofsecuringn job again soon llo has been resting for a year When tho superintendent under whom ho worked was asked tho reason for this enforced idleness ho candidly an Â¬ swered that there was nothing against the man except his falling of taking an occasional drink The company could notallord to employ mon who tippled for such responsible work whon thoro were so many good and temperate men nnx ions to fill tho samo positions St Â¬ Louis Globe Democrat m 1 JHUlM M- - In Burlington Vt the strcat can havo boon put on runners Call Church Missionary Socloty Pennsylvania has 20083 publia of those which require some special schools with 980129 enrolled pupils work on his part The acts of outing and drinking and putting on apparel and an average daily attendance cf demand his actual attention and much G65300 Tho Yankeo Is equal to tho occa- Â¬ of his Hfo work is expended in securing A Yankeo sion bo It what It may materials therefor girl pays hor way through Wellesley But tho air is free So too ofton ho takes it as it comes and gives himself College by sewing on shoo buttons for no concern about it All woll as a tho whole college The Quakers havo a farm of 720 rule if only wo could havo it as furÂ¬ nished in the great open for naturo acres of land near Wabash III in a when she attempts to supply any thing high state of cultivation on which aro ready for use docs not mako a mis nearly one hundred young Indians re- Â¬ take if only her conditions of recep Â¬ ceiving a Christian education Tho apostolic vicariate of Dakota tion are complied with But the groat is that sometimes by necessity has at present 90 priests 130 churches trouble and oftcnor by neglect we substitute 100 stations without churches 20 dio Â¬ artificial conditions which deteriorate cesan students 21 parochial schools 4 that which nature has supplied and convents 3 academics 10 Indian make no compensating arrangements schools 1 hospital and a Catholic pon This is especially truo as to air Tho ulation of 80000 crowded street and tho encasement of A benevolent gentleman in tho the house are artificial and ofler us air United States has subscribed 300000 in a very different condition from that for tho establishment of a university in which it occurs in nature at Nankin It is hoped that tho Tho ground and matter decaying amount will be increased by contribu- Â¬ under artificial conditions and fac Â¬ tions to 500000 Several missionaries tories and various human methods aro interested in tho undertaking are constantly sending into the air orÂ¬ North China News ganic matters faster than decomposi- Â¬ Rev Mr Eakin the missionary tions and neutralizations have been who camo to this country to obtain provided for them Hence instead of funds for tho erection of a Christian tho nitrogen oxygen and moisture High School in Bangkok has returned proportioned as furnished wo to his field of labor He secured 15 add carbonic oxide carbonic diox- Â¬ 000 in this country to which tho King sul- Â¬ of Siam will add 5000 ide carbureted hydrogen The erection phurous and sulphuric acids sul of the schools is thus made possible phureted hydrogen ammonium sul Â¬ The secretary of tho Litchfield phide carbon sulphide hydrochloric Conn School Committoo recently acid ammonia ammonium acetate received a box containing two dozen sulphide and carbonate nitrous and extra quality nine inch foot balls nitric acids and phospluuoted hydro Â¬ They were sent by some ono signing gen and so have a compound not suit- Â¬ himself An Old Boy who desired ed for breathing purposes As neither that they might bo distributed among the nose the mouth nor tho lungs are tho twenty two freo schools of tho provided with any separating appara Â¬ town tus for these various gases wo must Tho great spread of instruction in somehow seek to rid tho air of these the English languago in Japan has impurities or reduce them to a min- Â¬ naturally led to a growing demand for imum The only way to do this is to English books Over 85000 English keep these out of the air or neutralize books of all classes were imported last them or dilute them All of these year as against 40000 in 1885 The methods aro more or loss available and import of American books that is to often our success depends upon tho sav of books printed in America in Â¬ combination of the three Wo keep creased from 59000 in 1885 to 119000 them out of tho air by coming to un Â¬ in 188G derstand the sources from which they During tho last year tho Methodist aro derived and by abating those Episcopal church has raised 10 11 795 sources or reducing their number when 91 for missions in addition to this practicable When wo can not do this the church has raised 03000 for Bish Â¬ or ought not wo sock to bring into work in Africa But even play thoso forces of Nature which will op Taylors sum does not represent this immense make compensation Thus every per Â¬ the religious contributions of this great son in breathing sends some of these which generously supports a materials into the air But by oxida-Â¬ church number of colleges seminaries tion and various other processes pro- Â¬ large charitable vision lias been made for this and and Upon tho institutionstho JubiLo arrival of tho products aro quickly utilized or officers of the Salvation Army destroyed But if wo remove our- Â¬ Fifty who left London in August for In- Â¬ selves from the open air or from Commander Tucker found a check the places where these processes dia 11000 which had been sont to for are going on wo must tako him to assist in maintaining tho work provision for their introduction or for of Tho the army in that country some other mode of clarification This fort- Â¬ donor who has amassed a large we attempt to do by introducing tho une mainly in India recently gave a air from without or by the use of such check for 5000 toward the same ob- Â¬ disinfectants as set up chemical action ject and accomplish the same or a similar In a family boarding school lately result Oftencr wo resort to moro dilution as experience has shown that after the Sunday lesson a group of Â¬ having secured this to a certain boys lingered and fell into conversatho subject of prayer Ono amount we prevent harm until naturo tion on can avail herself of its methods for boy stated that ho never prayed knool Ho Wo in ing ho said his prayers in bed removal of these products tho youngest of the group general havo a very inadequate esti Â¬ exclaimed Then that is skim milk praying mate of tho amount of material differ- Â¬ a hearty shout showing ent from puro air that finds its way thoro was Â¬ into it Dr Macadam calculates tho that it was evident that all saw tho dif ami a lazy nercal sowago of two hundred and ference between an earnest fifty thousand pcoplo per year at rendering of a service Hartford Bc twonty thousand tons of carbon or ligious Herald m m sixty thousand tons of carbonic acid Mrs Grants Rominisccnccs That of all animals fires etc of such a city jus Edinburgh at two hundred For some time various paragraphs and forty tons more havo been circulated reporting tho ap- Â¬ thousand tho impuro watery vapor from proaching publication of Mrs Grants tho lungs and nt sixty reminiscences of hor husband I am skin thousand more and from ani Â¬ authorized to state information mals at ono hundred and forty thou- Â¬ rocoived by mo direct from Mrs Grant sand tons or in all not less than livo that sho has no such intention nor hundred thousand tons Naturo has will sho publish any thing approach- Â¬ bo many ways of disposal that wo gening such or any other sort of work It erally faro woll in tho open except is truo that tho material which would whore the gases of cities and its orÂ¬ mako such a book i in Mrs Grants ganic matters or thoso of douse de Â¬ hands but its publication has novor caying vogotatlons pollute tho air or boon considered by her or hor family whero wo mostly broatho house air oxeopt when tho newspapers havo Wo tako into tho lungs about two thou Â¬ brought it to lior attention that such sand gallons of air ovory twenty four were her plans Aside from her disin- Â¬ hours so that if it is impuro wc aro clination Mrs Grants contract with greatly interfering with processes of tho publishers of tho Gonorals waste and repair Besides tho gaseous Memoirs would provont hor from matter thero is also much organic entering into such a publication V J Bok in N Y Graphic material derived from various sources It is thus evident that as much as we hoar about puro foods and puro water Not a Ladies Man supply either of them is equaled in Do Cammaek Charmed to moot you importance by tho necessities of puro I remember our again Miss Brieback air N Y Independent Mount Desert summer in 187G very Say somobody aint put no faro pleasantly Miss Brieback coldly Aront you c in dor box said the driver opening As 1 re Oh Units a chestnut the door re Â¬ littlo mistaken in the season 1 3 Yes member it was plied ono of tho passongors Do C getting in deeper and interan Pin ringin dor boll for it said rupting It urns Hi wasnt it How tho driver jingling tho boll timo does fly Miss B frigidly It was 188G Mr A fasolnnting highway woman is Do Cammaek tho latest nocturnal peril of the streets Well I know DoC desperately of Now York Sho smllos and siuilee it ended in a 6 anyway May I soo but ahos a villain Tid Bits vour card Â¬ Tlmy Doitroy Moro Liven Than Impure Wntnr mid rood Combined Man is constantly taking in supplies but is very apt to tako especial notico fr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FARM no is AND GARDEN INGROWING cheap and a sluglo iu t rill do wondors in u small plant room to keep out frost After buttering tho tin for a boiled pudding dust it with pounded broad crumbs baking pnns can bo treated with Hour in tho sumo way and tho jnkc will ncvor stick All roccptaelcs of milkaftor being thoroughly washed so as to look clean still need to be immersed for iivo minutes at least in boiling water as whon not so taken care of there is a j substanco left that is liablo to poison rno next nitiK placed therein Carrots act directly on the livor and therefore young carrots plainly boiled or carrot soup which is made of older carrots boiled and pulped through a siove into a woak stock are extremely wholesome Tomatoes ptimulate tho liver and the stomach generally There can be no more- certain and positive indication of the success and wealth in store for tho farmer of Da- Â¬ kota than is displayed by tho progress of the past three years toward a diver- Â¬ sity of nrops It means that ho has become a stock raiser as well as a tiller of the soil Beef fully Tako about one pound of lean juey beef cut it into small pieces putinto cold water and let soak for one hour Then put on tiio lire with ono pint of water seasoning with salt popper and a little celery seed and let it stew until reduced two thirds strain on a few blades of mace Serve hot To economize- hay an exccllont au- Â¬ thority suggests Two pounds of a aturo of middlings bran ground oats and corn of equal parts added to twenty four pounds of straw or corn fodder will givo flfuoro growth than twenty five pounds of the best timothy and costs about half as much Fowls are machines to produce eggs and flush and wo might as well expect cloth from a factory that has no wool or cotton as to expect eggs from hens not supplied with food Liberal feeding means liberal profits neglect means loss of what you do give them As a rule feed well or kill the flock This should be tho rule for tho results is as sure to follow as day is sure to follow sunrise Baked Omelet Tako six eggs three even spoonfuls of flour a little bait and beat them well together the more it is beaten tho lighter it will be then add one pint of hot milk and keep on boating Have a hot dish with some melted butter the size of an egg and put into this oven Bake twenty minutes and eat it when it comes from the oven for it will fall soon This is very nice for breakfast A bee man says that by placing your car close to a hive twelve or twenty four hours beforo tho second swarm issues you will hear tho shrill I It is called voice voice of tho queen but it is tho vibration of tho wings The sounds are peep peep The next nearest ma- Â¬ tured queen yet imprisoned in tho will cells answer Whcnoveryou discern these sounds if the day is tine you may look out for tho swarm Good strong vinegar may bo mado to best advantage from cider Partly fill a cask with apple juice or old eider i and placo it in a warm airy and sunny building leaving tho bung out of tho cask Never put it in a cellar except to keep it from freezing If cider can not bo obtained use sour beer and feed occasionally with molasses and water exposing to air and heat tho samo as cidor Whon strong enough to use feed the stock cider or molas- Â¬ ses and water in proportion to tho quantity drawn ofV to use In this way you will always have good and whole somo vinegar -p NAILS Ef- Â¬ A Homo Trcntinont Which Will Prove fective In Moot Ciim h If you want the best garden you have ever had you must sort tf Cures and FreTenie A very common and troublesome- af- Â¬ fection is that which is popularly termed tho Ingrowth of tho nails There is no question but thnt and which most usually occurs by tho sido of tho groat toe Thoro is really Mimics Garden Seeds are unsur- Â¬ no alteration in the nail as its name Their present popularity would imply tho surrounding soft passed parts are lirst swelled and inflamed by in almost every county in the constant pressuro against the edge of United States shows it for tho nail from tho use of tight shoes If this state is permitted to continue an now have customers at more than When once ulcer is formed in which the edge of 22500 post olHces nail is imbedded Pain is tho conse sown others are not wanted at quenco suflleiently severe in soma In- Â¬ price More than one quarter stances to prevont walking Treat Â¬ any Maulps Seeds Coughs Soro Throat Hoarsonoss Stiff Nook Bronohltls Catarrh Hoadrtcho Golds MAN I Toothaoho Rhoumotlsm nouraigia Asthma Brulsos Sprains Itwiutbonnt INtIn remedy tlmtfnstantly stops tho uiostexcruclnllns unlns Allan lntlamiuntlon and curoi uoniiPstlnns whether of tho Lungs Htomacn Unwels or othor Rlanda or orRnm luumiiiriiiitTvioioiiioroxcruriaiinfftnepninine unounintlc Uedrldden lntinn Crippled Nervous mralitlc or proitratvd with disease may suffor BEAST Mexican Mustang Liniment Tko Iiumbernaa needs It In ccuo of accident The Housewife needs It for general family usa Tho mechanic needs It always on hU work bench S15rithn anUlsthoonlr pr known remedy ment for this condition often demands tincture of iodine and the application Â¬ repeated several days after which the should not think of Purchatenderness will disappear It may be sing any Seeds this Spring necessary to lift tho end of the nail before sending for It is and this can be done by pressing cot Â¬ mailed free to all enclosing stamp ton between it and tho toe This treat- Â¬ Address ment is usually effective and is at Â¬ for return postage tended with as little pain as any which WM HENRY MAULE can bo suggested lioslon Journal of 1711 Filbert St PHILADELPHIA PA contains among other things cash prizes for premium vegetables etc to the amount of 2500 and also beautiful illustrations of over 500 irritation has suflleiently subsided soft cotton should bo pressed between the vegetables and flowers 15 being in These arc only two of flesh and the nail and after that is colors done it should be saturated with the many striking features You tho skill of a physician Tho suflerer might attempt a euro by the simpler methods and if they fail professional assistance should be sought The first object is to removo the cause then to lessen tho irritation and reduce the swelling After soaking in hot water the nail should bo thinned by scrap Â¬ ing and if very painful a flaxseed poultice will bring relief After tho READY RELIEF Catalogue for 1888 have been Will Afford Inwtniit Base Internally nhnlf toa teaipoonful In half 8 turn Every one pro- Â¬ blur of mailed already water will In a Sprains Hour Stomach few minutes euro Cramps Nausea nounces it the most original and read- Â¬ burn 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va8 In asked THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY Korllver Illle Indlristlon etc Free trom Mercury contnins only liin Vegetable IiiKivdli nto ABrnt KVYUHK S STtDT Ijyiuull Cltculni UCT nftlc M frxO llookkocplriK lVnmrxiiflilp Arlth Shortlmiiil etc thoroughly tnuciit IIUVANTSIOLLLUK IutrloNY VUAH UAUII mil CUKMICALCOSllANYHAMILTON tlHnilL I Un JIVFK Now York - - 0k 117tVIIEN RnfiJC ntbNfc for Poultry Oranulated Hone nnd DUUC CruMied Oyster Shells Send for Irleu Ilst YORK CIlKMICAIi WOltlCS York I a WHITING TO AIVKUTIHKH IMIABK stnte that you saw tho Advertisement la thbj popcr ank So ran tho diro warning which Dnntc read on the portuls of the luferno Ho runs tho cruel verdict of your friends if yon aro overtaken by tho first symptoms of thnt terrible disense consumption Leave hope behind Your days aro numbered And tho strugglo nguinst death is given up in despair But while there is life there is hopo Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery has cured hundreds of cases worse than yours and it will cure you if taken in time Hut delay is dangerous No power can rcstoro n wustcd lung tho Golden Medical Discovery however can ami tviii arrest the disease 1 Ienvo hopo behind All yo who enter here The Only Antfrttu - m J sssam aaaw Â¬ mi m JT i awLvri Trr c ItYiffc nvTV - wl iff ttfSttW 1 - y z rnTttHNi COIYIliailT 1687 Tho only modlclno for womans peculiar nlhnonte sold by drujrRlstfl under a positive gunrantco from tho nmnufneturew It will kIvo satisfaction in ovcry case or money will bo refunded is 1ieuces Favoiutb PuesciuiTIOK Thia truuruutoo bos No matteii how prompt actors innv bo nt rohouiKd thoro is uIwiivh one muii who Is prompter Texai Siftiiit AarEuormous Huslucss for Dull Times Tho great house of It W Tanslll Co aro now shipping their famous Tansills Punch 5c Cigar to their Chicago houso in car load lots A single shipment of 5Ji000 O It It arrived on tho Tth inst via 15 Home yearn nyo writing storv books for living wits regarded na a novel industry A O Jicayutu f -- -- - that boon printed on tho bottle wrappers utid faithfully carried out for many years ln Quack-quack-qua- ck J Like Oil Upon Trouplcd Waters is Halos Uonoy of Ilorehound and Tnr upon u cold iikes Toothache Drops Curo in one uuuuto Aii heirs nro intcrcHtltur but tho most IntcrcHting is tho million heir Xcw JUuva AVtw Ip afflicted wilh Soro Eyes use Dr Isaac Thompsons Kyu Water Druggists sell itJoc cloth nib for tho washerwoman It on Monday Jioiion JJullcin is a Back taik-Uad-in-a- oh- nneient hlHtory ohoHtnutB Xew lltucn Arid ond FvUiOt orders nny noblemnn Puck Mauiiiaoe is tho hitehiug post on the otWtoJioxton Courier Mrs Elizabeth Thompson tho philnnthopist never poos to tho thea- Â¬ ter and has read but two novels PhlVJHHt Juno Kyro and the Scarlet Lot The dishonest butcher Is always willing tor Her tastes aro perfectly simple to moat his customers half weigh ISotlui Sho has a grout liking for broad milk Transcript and apples It is doubtful if society A niop too nuioU Tho one on tho scaf- has ovor hoard of hor but she is tho fold Puck only woman who has tho freedom ol A cuoKiNo Honsatlon The latest gng tho Hour of thu House a right which Vflfl JftllTH AVp oven the Presidents wifo docs no have Some acrobats aro fresh and somersault -- Tiik world owes us a living but wo have to enforce payment Hhnlra Tiilintf A deceitful woman is like a ooiinturfnlt V V postal card a fraud on tho males Tho treatment of many thousands of cases of thoRO chronlo weaknesses and distressing nllmonta peculiar to femnlcs nt tho Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute Iluffalo N Y bus afforded a vast experience lu nicely adapting und thoroughly USllug remedies for tho curo of womans peculiar maladies As a Nootliinfr tho system for delivery as to greatly Dr Plorcon Favor lessen times almost entirely do and ntrengtlioiilnij nwny and mnnyBufferings I A Boon I Ito Proscription Is tho A Soothing Fuvorlto with tho norvliio of that trying outgrowth or result of Is une Prescription ordeal I I Tn Unuru Q this great and vuluablo lualed and is Invnluablo Nervine Favorlto Pre- Â¬ I III liUtnsUrlsi oxpcrlonoo Thousauda in allaying und Btilxlu Is a scription of testimonials reeolved imr nervous excltubllCures the positive euro for from pnticntM and from physlciaim who ity irritability exhaustion prostration xwvX the most complicated havo tested it In the moro aggravated hysteria spasms und other distressing obstiuato obstinate eases which had bullied their skill Worst Gases nnd loucorrhen cusea attendant or of provo it to bo tho most wonderful remedy nervous symptoms commonly disease of upon functional and organic ex ccas vo whites over devised for tho rollof nnd curo of suf- Â¬ tho womb refreshing sleep flowing at monthly periods painful men- Â¬ it induces fering women It is not recommonded aa unnatural suppression prolap- Â¬ a cure ail but as n woBt porfect Speclllo and relieves mental unxiety and de Â¬ struationfalling spondency sus or of tho womb weak buck for womans peculiar diseases fcinalo weakness anteversion retrover- Â¬ Br IMorcoH Fuvorlto Proscrip Â¬ sion bearing -a puworiuu in nmamnsMMKammcmmam down sensations chronlo tion lu it lojritlmafo experienced vlrorutlug tonic it carefully compounded by an moulclno congestion inilammatlon nnd ulceration 1 a Mnwrnnn 1 linimrts stretnrtli to the wholo system nnd to tho and skillful physician and adapted to of tho womb Inllammution pain nnd H I Tniim It is tenderness in ovaries accompanied with uterus or womb und its womans del lea to organization I UlilU I appendages In particu- Â¬ purely vegetable iu its composition und Internal heat I perfectly imrmlcso in its olfccta in any For overworked lar Favorite Proscrlp tl on when taken In con Â¬ debilitated condition of U10 system run - down worn - out Â¬ Dr nection with tho uso cf TllaIn pregnancy Fa-is milliners dressmakers seam- Â¬ teachers lUnrniiililnlilnll Mmllll vorlto Prescription stresses shop girls housekeepers nurs- Â¬ CfinUrVQ A Mother u covcry and small Inxntlvo mothers cordial ing mothers und feeble women generaly nlUnr10 I iioRfs of relieving nausea weak Â¬ I llereoH Pur Dr Pierces Favorlto Prescription is jo ness of stomach nnd irutlvn Pelliln Utile Liver greatest earthly boon being unciiualcd as Gouoial other distressing symp Â¬ Pills cures Liver Kidney and Uladder dls un uppetiziiur cordial and rcstoruttvo toniu Their combined uso alflo removes It promotes digestion and assimilation of nnmllHrin Tf Ufl toms acommon to that eases tulntH nnd abolishes etineerouj uud 11AO kODt Ut in tllO blood food cures nausea weakness of stomach indigestion bloating uud eructations of gus lutter months of gestation it so prepares scrofulous humors from tho system I THE OUTGROWTH OF A VAST EXPERIENCE jn Ir f mother was urging her son to Tim follow who A purchaso an overcoat and ho was in Â¬ girlsoamey slave Ap Ifttvtn AVio hasthreo at n time sisting that ho could not nliVml ono No matteji how big tho job tho printer will Very well then said she you will always Btlok it oit Drift got pnoumonia sou if you dont I wont got that No KviDENn is tho only thing a stingy mnn said he can give without repining PMmltlphiu cither I cant afford any thing new Vrtfw N Y Sun A Puck b man who road Mr De- pows and Mark Twains speeches at tho Forefathers dinner in that oity do- nounccs them both as witless twaddle find very low comedy not above the ytavol of a good minstrel performance A IJoston In n nut ahull TitiEi by lire Tho worm -- Puck LtnL llotuu Itullrtln You cant raise a window by simply plauting a pano of glass Hirnxisu corn is a guidon oarer AW 0 Sinco thu Methodist Board of Church Extension began its work in the year 18U5 it lias helped to build I k 6805 churches It has collected and I disbursed nearly 3000000 lublia F Opinion FpiiiitUaIj mnnlfestations tho rise and fall of tho mercury Potion Jot KioiiTV nioiiTH favorite llower tho pop- Â¬ py A i Murnlwj Journal Notick of appeal Invitations to an apple paring liviw Lommaciut Uultetin Many times womon call on their family phyalciuns suffering ns they imagine ono from dyspepsia another from heart disease another from liver or kidney disease uuothor from nervous exhaustion or prostration another with pain hero or there nnd iu this way thoynll present nlllco to themsolves and their easy going und Indifferent or over busy doctor Bcparuto und distinct diseases for which bo prescribes his pills und potions nsaumiug them to bo such when In reality they nro all only tjniptoma caused by somo womb disorder Tho physicluu Ignorant or tho eauso of suffering encourages his practice until large bills nro made The Buffering patlunt gets no better but probably worso by reason of tho delay wrong treutment nnd consequent complications A proper medicine llko Un Pikkcuh Favoiutb Piiksciuition tflrecfrtl to the cause would bavo entirely removed thu disease thereby dis- Â¬ pelling nil those distressing symptoms nnd instituting comfort Instead of prolonged misery Mrs E F Mouoak of iVo 71 Lerlngton St Mrs Ed M Campbkix of Oakland Call- a 1 Flvo years ago I Physicians I East noitaii ifamt says I had been troubled nil fornia writes a VfllfiE was n dreadful sufforor from uterine troubles my llfo with hysterical ifttacks and par- Having ozhuustod tho skill of threo physi Â¬ I Failed Pnny Rll irnPUIl oxysms or spasms and period icnl recuv cians 1 was completely diicouragcd and so mUffl UAUrUnniJI renceo of severe hetidacho but slnco I havo jsasnsssssssssssisBsssssasHsJi weak I could with difficulty ernss the room been using your Favorlto Prescription I alone I began taking Dr Pierces Favorlto prescription nnd havo Imd none of these I also had womb complaint so bad that using tho local treatment recommended in his Common Benso 1 could not wnlk two blocks without tho most severe pain but Medical Adviser I commenced to Improvo at onco In threo I had taken your Vavorito Prescription two luqntba j inontlu I waa verftctlu cureit nnd have had no trouble since I before wnlk all over tho city without inconvenience All my my family paper brlclly mentioning how my could wrote a letter to troubles seem to bo leaving mo under tho benign InflucncoMof health had been restored and offering to Bond the full particulars years before your medicine and I now feel smarter than forand therefore yi y to any one writing mo for thorn and cnelmtng a ttampcd tnvtUme u that I could not bo cured nhvsiclnns torrrplu I havo received ovor four hundred lottcra In reply will please told momy everlasting thankB for what you havo dot o accept 1 have described my case and tho treatment used and havo ear Â¬ your good works ft r mo 11ml mnv Gtxl bless you In nest y advised thorn to do llkawso your ra From n great many I linvo since H lAtcrtba writes andis 1now four years returnI tooktho femalo received second lottcra of thanks stating that they had mm of havo bad no vorito Prescription menced the uso of rnvqrJto Prescription had sent tho SUM required for the- Medical Adviser and had applied tho local troublo I had then so fully and plainly laid down therein and were much treatment 1 am better already nxlta im writes I wish to Inform you that took as wel las I over was for which I thank your medicines I your fourbottloa Disco cry Rotrovortotl Womb Mrs Kva KonritH of Crali Ordiard of tho Fuvorlto Prescription and ono bottlo of Tteb writes Dr Pierces Favorlto Prescription Jms done mo n and four bottles of the Pellets All of great deal or good I Hiiffered from retroversion of tho uterus disappeared I do nil my own work nm for which I took two littles rif tho Favorlto Prescription and I day My friends tell mo I never looked so well am now feeling llko a different woman rW JRnwiM Prsrlptirt ti 8aM by JhruffffM the Worlt Doctors Fnllod Mrs F ConwiN of Pnt Ortth N Y Over Zarge IJaUlet 1J00 Six for 809 I doctored with threo or four of the best doctors in writes r these parts nnd I grow worse until 7 wroto to yon und began nv Rond ten oonta In tamps Tor Dr Pleroosof largo Illustrated vnur Favorlto Prescript Ion f used threo bottles of It usnir 1C0 pa PPtif covers on Diseases Women n id two of tho lolden Medical Discovery also no nnd a half Treatteo bottles of tho Purgntlvo Pellets I can do my work and sew nnd Address WorJaVa Dispensary Mctllcal AMeclatlon walk nil I euro to nnd am in better health than I over expected to Ho OGi Mala Street BowAf O N V be iu this world again 1 owo it all to your wonderful medicines TREATING THE ISTROISTG DISEASE 3 - ty2ifeIPZ 1 a wwm fe timmm mmm - ryMTnmiwii M i CM Mi PERSONAL AND LITERARY Honry Morrill a Vormout boy has jut bcon appointed by tlio Chinese Government tu act us chief commissioner of customs at Cores at a salary of 12000 Miss Roso Elizabeth Clovoland has boon for somo yoars engaged in a close study of tho life and work of St Augustine with tho purpose in yiow of writing a book upon him and his mother Monica is Mrs Shaw of Now York winning famo and money as a whistlor Her sorvieos are in great demand at prlvato entertainments in that city and her patrons are among the most prominont society people A young lady who was formerly ono of the Wells Collogo girls says Mrs Cleveland was tho greatest favor- Â¬ ite I ever know for when mending day eamo every girl in tho collogo would gladly havo darned her stockings Could good will or philuntrophy go beyond this Prof Langloy tho astronomer who has just boon elected Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution is ono of the lions of Washington socioty Ho is much sought aftor for dinner parties His bright eyes and enthusiastic man Â¬ ner contradict tho signs of old ago seen in his gray hairs Harpers Bazar There is a colored citizen named J T Shufton in Orlando Ga who is a graduate of Howard University in both literary and law branchos Aftor he graduated ho was admitted to prac Â¬ tice in tho United States Circuit Court and the Supremo Court of tho District Ho is also a graduate in of Columbia medicine The first lines Andrew Carnogie wrote for print appeared in tho Now York Tribune and for them Horace Greeley wrote him a letter of thanks Mr Carnogie lias a groat many photo Â¬ graphs of his recent coaching trip in England tho most of which wore taken by Mrs Carnogie who is as good a photographer as sho is a musician I GOOD RESOLUTIONS How VoRotnbln and Fruit Omwam Can Miikn Their Lot n Happy On p Now lot evory ono of us go to tho middle of the cabbage patch or to tho warm sido of tho packing shed and re- Â¬ solve Harpers Jiazar g Washington is a groat In a book storo in that center city ono afternoon recently tho follow- Â¬ ing well known persons wero gathered at thesamo momont Mrs Cleveland Justices Gray Matthews and Harlan several members of tho Chinese Lega- Â¬ tion Secretaries Bayard and Whitney Congressmen Eronoh and West and Senators Stockbridgo and Edmunds book-buyin- HUMOROUS man enn ro back on rotations Anil It will not disturb tho worlds plnn Hut nh Its a dllTorunt matter When relations go back on tho man Tid mtt -- At the thoator Wife What arc A I you going out for To Husband isoe a man After tho theater at home Husband What are you look To Wifo jug under tho bed forP Critic ice a man Dakota Lady to bride of a year 1 understand Mrs Pullquiek that your husband has reformed somowhat slnco his marriage Mrs Pullquiek Oh my yes John drinks as hard as over but ho doesnt shoot as many Epoch pcoplo as ho usod to A young lady of Philadelphia re Â¬ ceived a spocial dolivory lottor The messenger handed hor the book to sign for it Sho took tho book and in- Â¬ stead of writing hor signature she wroto Dear John Glad to hoar from She you Como up Sunday night iiad answered tho lottor Woll 1 wouldnt Omaha Lawyor to bo a Czar The paper says want the Emporor of Russia was frightonod half out of his wits recently by sooing a commercial drummer with a samplo caso under his arm odgiug up to him Woll woll Omaha Morohant I didnt know tho Czar over kept Omaha World store Wife John its time to got tip and build a lire Thank John you my doar for rominding mo but Ive turned ovor a now loaf Ive sworn off from building liros As picks himself up from tho floor John ho sullenly mutters These- Now offs novor do amount to Years swear any thing anyway Peoria Iran script So you arc named Omaha Dame after your fathorP I suppose though your mamma has somo pet uamo for you Littlo Boy No sho calls mo Whon Will same as sho doos papa sho is in another room and calls I dont seo how you can toll which ono Oh sho moans you or your papa thats easy enough Sho always calls mo kind o coaxing you know 0 ma Â¬ lm World A young lady who from her aecont owed hor origin to tho Emerald Isle walked to one of tho money ordor win Â¬ dows in tho post ollloo yostorday and 7j laying down twouty dollars asked that tlmy ha aont to hor sister in Belfast Ah asked tho clork you Ireland have made a mlsiako Go to tho for oign window This is tho domostie Made a mistake have I was thotri Woll now thats mnphnnt vojolner wholl I lave you out in tho cold Shure and Tin a domlstlo mosolf WlmltlnhU Call huts while tho majority are more dug Â¬ outs in the side of a hill with a blanket hung before the opening to keop out the wind and rain They aro extreme Â¬ ly filthy and dirt could not bo taken oil them in any other way than to patiently chip it off with a hatchet Their appearance is very much dif ferent from any mixed race cither in the South or West The men arc stalwart and many of them ovor six foot in height swarthy as a Malay with crisp black hair and piercing black eyes Tho women havo much tho same general appearance In dress they wear tho odds and ends of every thing in tho shape of clothing that they can beg borrow or steal Crossing tho mountains through Pang Yang when a boy tho writer re Â¬ members having seen an aged woman wearing a dress made out of an old patchwork quilt clad like Joseph in a coat of many colors None of theso people can road and they have no idea of what is gaing on in tho great world around them There aro old men who have spoilt all their lives within an hours journey of the Hudson river who have never scon a steamboat Some people say they first sprang from tho Tory refugees who sought shelter in the mountains from tho wrath of tho patriotic Dutch farmers of Kingston who had their town burned by tho British during tho revo Â¬ lutionary war Others claim that the community sprang from an escaped be a clam That every time we spend a dollar slave who ran away from his master for tobacco we will give tho wife a like before slaves wore liberated in New amount to spend as sho pleases or will York State and a whito woman who went with him together with a few allow her a purse of her own rathcrcd around thnm That we will spend as much time in recruits thov C7 f talking garden as in talking politics from time to timo in tho shapo of Indi- - j ans Others say that they just grow and will sook to reform tho country not by talk but by hard work on our like Topsy Whatever their origin may bo it is like that of tho gypsies own promises Y Press Finally that wo will be bettor mon buried in the past and gardeners that we will grumblo loss and hoo more and put trust in RAILWAY CONDUCTORS Providenco and kerosene emulsion Mnrrloit Mom Preferred by the Mnnxera cyanides slug shot and Paris green or Trniuportntlou Companies American Garden Tho railroad companies as a rule greatly profor that their conductors Plowing Frozen Ground should be mon of family for tho two- Â¬ Sometimes land may be profitably fold reason that thoy aro more- easily plowed in winter when slightly frozen located when wanted and again for A thin slice of frozen earth is no sori tho inlluenco for good that a loving ous obstruction to the plow with a good wifo and affoctionato children may cutter in advance nor is it any injury havo over him A man will often when turned to tho bottom of tho fur- Â¬ hesitato bofore doing a wrong which row Rather curiously it makes tho might send him to tho penitentiary land warmer and dryer early in spring when ho has a wife and children at than It would otherwise he Tho ex Â¬ homo to look aftor and care for re- Â¬ planation of this singular fact is that marked a railroad superintendent yes- Â¬ the frozon earth holds tho furrow up terday This led him to say that the and prevents it from becoming as com Â¬ fatigues of a long run made the con pact as it otherwise would fall es- Â¬ ductors anxious for the poaco and While tho frozen quiet of home and when thoy have ono pecially if wet sllco at tho bottom thaws by intornal thoy can nearly always bo found at it Conductors dissipate very littlo nowa heat of tho soil beneath it tno furrow above it meanwhile freezes thus insurÂ¬ days Tho man who drinks evon when ing not only disintegration of soil to off duty is not tho proper party to inÂ¬ that depth but a looseness of toxturo trust with the lives of a great number that admits tho warm air in spring of people It is a rare thing to soe ono when tho furrow thaws out A oavy of them in a bar room and if soon sod plowed when there is a very thero ho does not tarry long One oi thin slice of frozen soil among the the oldest and most popular conduct Â¬ grass roots makes a particularly mel ors of St Louis is at prcsont lying off low seed bed in spring Tho frost with no prospect ofsccuringn job again works it down about as woll as work Â¬ soon Ho has been resting for a year When tho superintendent under whom ing on it half the summer could do ho worked was asked tho reason for American Cultivator this enforced idleness he candidly an Â¬ A littlo East Boston girl whoso swered that there was nothing against mother had entertained her the other the man except his falling of taking an day with tho enumeration of table occasional drink Tho company could doiiencies particularly mentioned quail notallord to employ men who tippled foi on toast as one of the most desirable of such responsible work when there were dishes was surprised at the littlo ono so many good and temperate men anx a day or two aftor when tho child in Ions to fill tho same positions St response to tho query as to what sho Louis Globe Deiftoorat would havo for dinner promptly re Â¬ Oh mamma I want somo In Burlington Vt the street can plied CoWcri Days havo been put on runners whalo on toastl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ That wo will buy neither soeds nor plants of any man without reputation That wo will havo none but perfectly honest pickers and burn every box that persists in getting the best berries or tho nicest peas on top That in tho future wo will apply all tho man tiro tho crops can possibly use and then put on a few loads more That beginning as soon as thoso resolutions are finished wo will so plnn and work that every thing is done at tho earliest seasonable moment That we will join somo club or so- Â¬ cioty for those of our vocation or if there is none near that wo will labor zealously to establish ono That right now we will begin such a system of accounts that we may know at tho close of oaoh year how much wo have made and how we made it That wo will hereafter keep a note Â¬ book to record experience gained and to provide for work boing dono bettor each year That wo wont think that wo know it all but on tho contrary wo will bo glad to got hints from others and to this end will visit brother gardeners who aro very successful That wo will endeavor to cducato tho people to a large consumption of vegetables and fruits by setting them a good example not giving our own families only those which are un Â¬ marketable That wo will so beautify our home that tho house and grounds may show that while ono branch of gardening is business another branch is pleasure That we wont change commission men every year or so treat them that thov will want us to change unless they cheat That we will clear up tho grounds each fall instead of leaving litter for destructive insects their eggs or larva That before spring work begins we will overhaul all implements and vehicles and put them in good condition That wo wont hire lazy thoughtless laborers because wo can get them for a few cents per day loss than good laborers That wo will select and ordor in time seeds plants or trees needed and not delay till they can not arrive in good time That we will not expect good crops of currants and gooseborries from bushes growing in sod and never pruned That wo will never again send an product to market without first assorting it and that wo will use every hou est means to increase the attractiveness of fruits or vegetables when displayed to consumers That we wont get the novelty craze yet will keep out of ruts that while we wont Ily off at tangents wo wont llkn Wolves nncl 1oxrn That people exist in tho Stato of Now lork who livo liko prairie dogs in holes in tho ground would hardly bo credited by many people Yet it is a fact and such a community one hun Â¬ dred and fifty souls in number exists not more than eighty miles from Now York City and less than five miles from the Hudson river In the Paltz mountains in Ulster Count there is a tribe of people gen Â¬ erally known as Pang Yangors who live in a place in tho mountains called Pang Yang These people aro a mixture of tho white negro and Indian races and seldom is a pure blood of either race found among them In tho summer they pick berries on the mountains and sell to fruit specu- Â¬ lators In winter thoy llvo by begging in the neighboring towns and villages The language spoken is a dialect ol Holland Dutch mixed witli tlte Indian tongue as spoken by the Mohican or Delaware tribe before the revolution- Â¬ ary war Tho marriage rito is practically un- Â¬ known and entirely disregarded among them Such a thing as a Supreme Be ing thoy havo no conception of except to use tho name in a profauo way Im- Â¬ morality among these people has novor been looked upon as a crime Thoy look upon stealing as a lawful busi Â¬ Â¬ YORK STATE SAVAGES Fcrnclons 1eoplo Who llvn In Uurrnirn IMPURITIES OF AIR SCHOOL AND CHURCH They Destroy Moro IIves Than Impure An anonymous contribution of Wntor mill Foods Combined 27000 has bcon rocoived by the Man is constantly taking in supplies Church Missionary Socioty but is very apt to take especial notico Pennsylvania has 20383 public of those which require some special 121 enrolled pupils work on his part Tho acts of outing schools with 980 dally attendance cf and drinking and putting on apparel and an average demand his actual attention and much GGoIJOO Tho Yankee is equal to tho occa- Â¬ of his life work is expended in securing sion be it what it may A Yankco materials therefor But the air is free So too often ho girl pays hor way through Wellesley takes it as it comes and gives himself College by sewing on shoo buttons for no concern about it All woll as a tho wliolo college The Quakers havo a farm of 7S0 rule if only wo could havo it as furÂ¬ nished in tho great open for nature acres of laud near Wabash III in a when she attempts to supply any thing high state of cultivation on which aro ready for use docs not mako a mis nearly ono hundred young Indians re Â¬ take if only her conditions of recep Â¬ ceiving a Christian education Tho apostolic vicariate of Dakota tion are complied with But the great trouble is that sometimes by noccssity has at present 90 priests 110 churches and oftener by neglect wo substitute 100 stations without churches 20 dio Â¬ Â¬ ness Their habitations are of tho worst description at the best nothing but artificial conditions which deteriorate that which nature has supplied and make no compensating arrangements This is especially true as to air The crowded street and the encasement of the house are artificial and offer us air in a very different condition from that in which it occurs in nature The ground and matter decaying under artificial conditions and fac Â¬ tories and various human methods aro constantly sending into the air or Â¬ ganic matters faster than decomposi- Â¬ tions and neutralizations have been provided for them Hence instead of the nitrogen oxygen and moisture as proportioned wo furnished add carbonic oxide carbonic diox- Â¬ sul- Â¬ ide carbureted hydrogen phurous and sulphuric acids sul phureted hydrogen ammonium sul- Â¬ phide carbon sulphide hydrochloric acid ammonia ammonium acetate sulphide and carbonate nitrous and nitric acids and phosphutotcd hydro- Â¬ gen and so have a compound not suit- Â¬ ed for breathing purposes As neither the nose tho mouth nor tho lungs are provided with any separating appara Â¬ tus for these various gases wo must somehow seek to rid the air of these impurities or reduce thorn to a min- Â¬ imum The only way to do this is to keep these out of the air or neutralize them or dilute them All of these methods aro more or less available and often our success depends upon tho combination of the three Wo keep them out of the air by coming to un Â¬ derstand the sources from which they are derived and by abating theso sources or reducing their number when practicable When we can not do this or ought not wo seek to bring into play thoso forces of Nature which will make compensation Thus every per Â¬ son in breathing sends some of theso materials into tho air But by oxida-Â¬ tion and various other processes pro- Â¬ vision has been made for this and tho products are quickly utilized or destroyed But if we remove our- Â¬ selves from the open air or from the places where these processes arc going on wo must tako provision for their introduction or for some other mode of clarification This we attempt to do by introducing the air from without or by the use of such disinfectants as set up chemical action and accomplish tho same or a similar result Oftener wo resort to more dilution as experience has shown that having secured this to a certain amount we prevont harm until naturo can avail herself of its methods for Wo in removal of these products general havo a very inadequate esti Â¬ mate of tho amount of material differ- Â¬ ent from puro air that finds its way into it Dr Macadam calculates tho aorcal sewago of two hundred and fifty thousand pcoplo per yoar at twenty thousand tons of carbon or sixty thousand tons of carhonio acid That of all animals liros etc of such a city as Edinburgh at two hundred and forty thousand tons more tho impure watery vapor from tho lungs and skin at sixty thousand more and from ani mals at ono hundred and forty thou- Â¬ sand tons or in all not less than fivo hundred thousand tons Naturo has so many ways of disposal that we generally faro woll in tho opon except whore the gases of cities and its or Â¬ ganic matters or thoso of dense de Â¬ cking vogotatlons pollute tho air or whero wo mostly breathe houso alr Wo tako into tho lungs about two thou Â¬ sand gallons of air evory twenty four hours so that if it is impure we aro greatly interfering with processes of waste and repair Besides tho gaseous matter thero is also much organic material derived from various sources It is thus evident that as much as we hoar about pure foods and puro wator supply either of them is equaled in importance by tho necessities of puro air N Y Independent Â¬ cesan students 24 parochial schools 4 10 Indian convents il academics schools 1 hospital and a Catholic pop- Â¬ ulation of 80000 A benevolent gentleman in tho 100000 United States has subscribed for tho establishment of a university at Nankin It is hoped that tho amount will be increased by contribu- Â¬ tions to 500000 Several missionaries aro interested in tho undertaking j North China News Rev Mr Eakin the missionary who came to this country to obtain funds for tho erection of a Christian High School in Bangkok has returned He secured 15- to his field of labor 000 in this country to which tho King The erection of Siam will add 5000 of the schools is thus made possible Tho secretary of tho Litchfield Conn School Committee recently received a box containing two dozen extra quality nine inch foot balls They were sent by somo one signing who desired himself An Old Boy that they might bo distributed among the twenty two free schools of tho town Tho great spread of instruction in the English language in Japan has natural led to a growing demand for English books Over 8f000 English books of all classes were imported last Tho year as against 40000 in 188 books that is to import of American sav of books printed in America in Â¬ creased from 59000 in 18S5 to 119000 in 1880 1 During tho last yoar the Methodist Episcopal church has raised 101 1795 91 for missions In addition to th3 the church has raised JH000 for Bish- Â¬ op Taylors work in Africa But even this immense sum docs not represent the religious contributions of this great church which generously supports a large number of colleges seminaries and charitable institutions Upon tho arrival of the Jubilee Fifty officers of the Salvation Army who left London in August for In- Â¬ dia Commander Tucker found a check for 11000 which had been sent to him to assist in maintaining tho work Tho of the army in that country who has amassed a largo fort- donor une mainly in India recently gave a check for 5000 toward tho same ob Â¬ ject In a family boarding school lately aftor tho Sunday lesson a group of boys lingered and fell into conversa Â¬ tion on tho subject of prayer Ono boy stated that ho novor prayed knool Ho ing ho said his prayers in bed exclaimed tho youngest of tho group Then that is skim milk praying thoro was a hearty shout showing that it was evident that all saw tho dif Â¬ ference between an earnest and a lazy rendering of a service Hartford lie ligious Herald m Mrs Grants Rominiscenccs For some time various paragraphs havo been circulated reporting tho ap- Â¬ proaching publication of Mrs Grants reminiscences of hor husband I am authorized to state fcr information received by me direct from Mrs Grant that sho has no such intention nor will sho publish any thing approach- Â¬ ing such or any other sort of work It is true that tho material which would mako such a book - in Mrs Grants hands but its publication 1ms novor boon considered by hor or her family oxeopt when the nowspapors havo brought it to hor attention that such were her plans Aside from her disin- Â¬ clination Mrs Grants contract with tho publishers of the Generals Memoirs would provont her from entering into such a publication W J llok in N Y Graphic i- Not a Ladies Man Do Canimaek Charmed to moot you I remember our again Miss Bricback Mount Desert summer in 1876 very Say somebody aint put no faro pleasantly Miss Brioback coldly Arent you s in dor box said the driver opening re Oh thats a chestnut tho door re Â¬ little mistaken in the season As I 13 Yes member it was plied ono of tho passongors Do C getting in deoper and inter said tin Im ringin dor boll for it ruptiug It was 015 wasnt it How tho driver jingling tho bell timo does lly Miss B frigidly It was 18815 Mr A fascinating highway woman is Do Caiumackl the latest nocturnal peril of tho streets Do C Woll I knew dosperatoly of Now York Shu amilos and smllce it ended in a 6 anyway May I suo but alio a a villain Tid Bid vour card Â¬ fl bHMiMMfiljHf v EkvJk and apples It is doubtful if society has over hoard of hor but sho is the only woman who has tho freedom of the floor of tho House a right which even tho Presidents wife does no have A mother was urging her son to purchase an overcoat and ho was in- Â¬ sisting that ho could not afford one Very well then said she yon will got pneumonia see if you doit t it I wont sot that No said lie cither I cant utlVml any thlnj new INGROWING NAILS KoroBcno is cheap and 11 slnglo A Homo Trciitmcut Which Will Prove Kf lamp will do wonders In u small plant foctlvo In Mont Cases room to koop out frost A very common and troublesome af After buttering tlio tin for a boiled fortlon is that which is popularly pudding dust It with pounded broad termed tho ingrowth of tho nails crumbs baking pans can bo treated and which most usually occurs by tho with Hour in iho miino way and tho side of the great toe There is really jake will never stick no alteration in the nail as its name Alt receptacles of mill after being would imply the surrounding soft thoroughly washed so as to look clean parts aro first swelled and inflamed by still need to be immersed for fivo constant pressuro against tho edge of minutes at least in boiling water as tho nail from tho use of tight slices If when not so taken care of there is a this state is permitted to continue an substance left that is liable to poison ulcer is formed in which the edge of tho next milk placed thoroin nail is imbedded Pain is tho conse Â¬ Carrots act directly on the liver quence Biiflloiently severe in somo In Â¬ and therefore young carrots plainly stances to pre von t walking Treat Â¬ boiled or carrot soup which is mado ment for this condition often demands of older carrots boiled and pulped tho skill of a physician Tho suflerer through a sieve into a woak stock arc might attempt a euro by the simpler extremely wholesome Tomatoes methods and if thoy fail professional ftimulato tho liver and tho stomach assistance should be sought The first object is to remove the cause then to generally Thcro can be no more- certain and lessen tho irritation and reduce the positive indication of the success and swelling After soaking in hot water wealth in store for tho farmer of Da- Â¬ the nail should bo thinned by scrap Â¬ kota than is displayed by tho progress ing and if very painful a flaxseed of the past three years toward a diver- Â¬ poultico will bring relief After tho sity of nrops It means that ho has irritation has sufficiently subsided soft becomo a stock raiser as well as a tiller cotton should bo pressed between the flesh and the nail and after that is of the soil Beef Jelly Tako about one pound done it should bo saturated with the of lean jucy beef cut it into small tincture of iodine and the application pieces putinto cold water and let soak repeated several days after which the for one hour Then put on tho tire tenderness will disappear It may be with ono pint of water seasoning with necessary to lift tho end of the nail salt popper and a little celery seed and and this can be done by pressing cot Â¬ ton between it and tho toe This treat Â¬ let it stow until reduced two thirds ment is usually efleclive and is at Â¬ strain ou a few blades of mace Serve tended with as little pain as any which hot JJoston Journal of can bo suggested To economizo hay an excellent au- Â¬ Health thority suggests Two pounds of a of middlings bran ground Tor Only Twenty Cents oats and corn of equal parts added Yon can gut a beautiful picture A Mes to twenty four pounds of straw or sage of Love that can not biftfistingmshed from a lino water color A full corn fodder will give more growth size paper pattern worth worth i S cents design than twenty fivo pounds of the best and size of your own selection besides tho the timothy and costs about half as much liuest magazine tniblishcri Send forwon Â¬ February number that contain this Fowls arc machines to produce derful picture and pattern order Price eggs and flesh and wo might as well 20 cents Or ask your nowmleiilor to get inspection Tell him if he sends expect cloth from a factory that has it for your you to see ho will probably sell for it for no wool or cotton as to expect eggs hundreds of them Published by W Jen ftow York from hens not supplied with food niiiLsisDeiiinrost liiKiist 14th Kt and get ton Now tho time 1o subscribe Liberal feeding means liberal profits times too value or tho tJ per year neglect means loss of what you do give A rAOKTiouH naked them As a rule feed well or kill the what business old podntfoifue being vvaa he followed mild he in flock This should be tho rule for tho the eollar and oulf line results is as sure to follow as day is Ienvo linpo hchiml sure to follow sunrise All yo who enter here So ran tho diro warning which Dante Baked Omelet Tako six eirs read on Inferno three even spoonfuls of flour i little the crueltho portals of tho friends if So runs you aro verdict of your salt and boat them well together the overtaken by tho lirot symptoms of that Leave hope more it is beaten the lighter it will be terrible disease consumption behind Your days aro numbered And then add one pint of hot milk and tho struggle ngalnst death is given up in keep on beating Have a hot dish despair But while there is life there is Dishope Dr Pierces Golden with some melted butter the size of an covery has cured hundreds ofMedical worse cases egg and put into the oven Bake than yours and it will cure you if taken in twenty minutes and cat it when it time Hut delay is dangerous No power can rcstoro a wasted lung tho Golden comes from the oven for it will fall Medical Discovery however can and will soon arrest the disease This is very nice for breakfast A bee man says that by placing No mattkii how prompt actors innv bo your ear close to a invo twelve or j rohuurbul thorn is alwavK ouo inun who nt Is prompt r Wat Sifliiiij twenty four hours before the second swarm issues you will hear the shrill I AarEuortnoits littsiucss for Dull Tiinoa It is called voice voice of tho queen Tho great house of It W Tausill Co but it is tho vibration of tho wings aro now shipping their famous Tumulis Punch fc Cigar to their Chicago house in The sounds are car load lots A single shipment of fJ0X peep peep The next nearest ma- Â¬ arrived on tho 7th inst via P O It it tured queen yet imprisoned in tho hoMK yearB nro writing storv books for will cells answer a living wuh regarded us a novel Industry Whenever you discern these iV 0 1icayutK sounds if the day is line you may look Like Oil Upon Troupled Wuters is llaloa out for tho swarm Ilonoy of Ilorehound and Tar upon u cold Good strong vinegar may bo mado i Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in ouo unuuto to best advantage from cider Partly Aii hnlrs nro intonating but the most till a cask with apple juice or old cider j interesting is the million heir Xcw J hum and place it in a warm airy and sunny Xeicx building leaving the bung out of tho Ip afflicted wilh Sore Eyes use Dr Isaao cask Never put it in a cellar except Thompsons Eye Water Druggibts sell it25c to keep it from freezing If cider can not bo obtained use sour beer and onIt is a clothes rub for tho washerwoman Monday JJottun Jtatlcin feed occasionally with molasses and Hack talk nncient history water exposing to air and heat tho samo as cider When strong enough chestnuts Xctc Itaicn Xeus to use feed the stock cider or molas- Â¬ Fuir of orders- - any nobleman Puck ses and water in proportion to tho quantity drawn ofl to use In this way Mahiuaoi is the hitehiug post on the you will always have good and whole- Â¬ road of life- - -- Jloil on Unurier some vinoirar Thr world owes us a living hut wo have to enforce payment Klinlra Thtinin Mrs Elizabeth Thompson tho A dkceitiII woiann is like a counterfeit philanthopist never goes to tho thea- Â¬ V O postal card a fraud on the males ter and has read but two novels Iicayune Jano Kyro and the Scarlet Lot The dishonest butcher Ik always willing Her tastes aro perfectly simple ter to moat his customers half wulglt oht Sho has a groat liking for bread milk Transcript HOME FARM AND GARDEN If you want the best garden you ever had you must soiu have Maules Seeds There ib nounces it the most tmginal and read- Â¬ able Seed Catalogue ever published It no question but thrvt Maules Garden Seeds aro unsur- Â¬ passed Their present popularity in almost every county in the United States shows it for I I now have customers at more than known remedr Httiu tho tint When once 2Sf0rithn 22500 post oihecs sown others are not wanted at linwelgorotherRlAniliororKatif Lung btomncb iV05tl1l wdWof tho wviotoroxcruriRUnithepnlntht any price More than one quarter Unaumntlc UcdrldUon Infirm Crippled Ncrvou NralKlc or uroitmid wlthdUuase may auffor of a million copies of my new RADWAYS READY RELIEF Catalogue for 1888 have been Will Atftard Inataiit Bate Every one pro- Â¬ tJlorof TfRtLT Iiiternaltrnhairtoftteaipoonful in half n turn mailed already will in a j0t mlnutpa Crnmpi Coughs or Throat Hoarsonoss Stiff Nock Bronchitis Catarrh Hoadacho Toothaoho Rhoumatlsm nouraigm Asthma Brulsos Sprains Colds WAII BEAST Mexican Mustang Liniment Tho JjHmbermna noedait In caao of accldont The llouaowlfoneodaltforganoral family uan The niechanto nteda it alwaya on hU work bench llrV The Miner necda It In caao if emergency The riouaer uceda It cant get along out It l with Â¬ contains among other things cash prizes for premium vegetables etc to the amount of 2500 and also beautiful illustrations of over 500 vegetables and ilowcrs IS being in colors These arc only two of many striking features You Hour Btomnch Niuuea Vomltlmr Hoartl Dlarrlioa Colic Flntuloncr mid nil Intornni palm Mninrla In Its yarloim Xorm cured and prevented Tlit ro la not n remedial euro fuvur ami auuoandaucutln tho world that will all other fovra aided by UudwuyalllUJtoqulelilyaalladwaya Heady ltellof SpiMiinj euro For beadachn whotlicr alck or norToun tooth acne nqurntyla nerrouvneas and alceploaancai riioumat diu luinbatto palna and woaknuna In the back aplno or ktduoya palna around tho liver Plourlar awelllnH-- of iho Jolnta and palna of all lPllcutlon of Radwara Ilemly Hellof will atrord liiituedlatu caso und ita continued uao rorafowilayacrroct u purmauontcuro lrlccO cuuut Hold by all druitulata The Farmer a wda ft In hla houao hU stable and hla atock yard The Hteambont ruaa ertho FJoatraaa needs It In liberal aupply afloat and aahoro The llnrae fauclor needs It It U hU best friend and safcat reliance Tho StocU nrowor needs It It will save him thousauda of dollars and a rrorld of trouble kll59 YOUR FATE The Mystery of iha ORACLE VVSATHJHKlHfjw off KISMET u A v I should not think of Purcha Â¬ sing any Seeds this Spring before sending for it It is mailed free to all enclosing stamp for return postage Address WM HENRY MAULE 1711 JONES PAYStho FREIGHT 5 Ton Hcalra i XX 311 JjUP lvaeav yretrnt im futurr or hutheryui will buauo Thl wonderful and moat Hlndllvfl crvatluu nil awers iiupntlon of patt a MMnBBUIw Tart Biim Iron Utra 8u d Wuoon lufloi nrtm not rr Biu Ircrr all HaL rsr rrr prlc Hal Bttlna Ihlt pixr tad 1JtM JONES DINUIIAOITON OF BINOHAMTON N y Filbert St ature PHILADELPHIA PA Elys Cream Balm Gives relief at unco nml ceres DURANGS RHEUMATIC REMEDY will positively euro rlirumatUiu when everything clto on earth fnlln It la montmarvoloua hut ac curntnlv nml uolntcdly answer With It any p raon can bo thtlr own clairvoy ant or act aa imch for other eoplt no irutva work about It aa t he Oracle elvea an nnawor every tlum and by word with all by letter aiellaltoutlttir accuracy and word by the combined the phenomenal attained power of clairvoyant medium mlml renders palm Iitry expert etc etc It la onn of the mont myterlnua and nmrrelom development ever know u In the worhta hUtory Mailed to any addrex on receipt of Wcnt all V or 1I1K OlttrLK CO ti Hudborj Htrofl lltloa Stit 1Uim IUW Lil fMlallnl jvi i eux ct aiful or not In affair oflovebulncAHcula tlon etc nUo If a wlali will be irrnntvtl Shroud Â¬ ed in uoppott inratvry Â¬ ITI 1 4fWWiul U COLD in HEAD Catarrh and Hay Feyer Not a Liquid or Sunff Apply Halm Into each nostril KIYllUOS23JOrecnwlch8tNY HTIM tnkuuluternnllyiindeurea quickly and thorouuhly without rulnlntr the atom lirli Irlcr nne dnlliir iv bnttlrt or alx tinttlca foi-- Clv dnlliira Sold by nil drtiituiat Send for f ron 4Vimira linmnlilia to It K IIKIlIIKV DruKulat HtTR 5 TO llltknSTKUBAVkTI 8 A DAY Samples worth rn Ilma not under tlin hnrnea feet wrltn UKIMHOLUKUCO 1 Hutlj9lrb WahiunotonDC fc J fe BILIOUS THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY Forllvor IIUp Inilliristlnn rtc Free imm Jlrmiry fcintilns onlv 1nro Wwtnblc IliureillMitn AirillU CIIAH CllITTKNTON NKV VOKK 9 mJ AMPLES EltEE arra for Dr Krotta niilnr Elrrlrlc llrlU ltriili- oto Lnily tiircrit h wnntcd for Klortrlr rnraeta Quirk saloa Wrltiifortornia Dr Scott CViHrondwayNV fltftffl PER I IB ill nnnTm Bp0 nftlp 0 Ji KfIT nn ennvai 230 U Imrurtlclua In tho world 1 Rnmnlo Frff Addreaa JA Y llllOXSON IMnrit Mlclu A MOXT1I AornUIVnnteil WJbrtstaoll lSi A till IVEIt COMPANYHAMILTON I Un I nArnlL TflU CUKMIUAI VllIH Now York ii STlDT byiuull UrctilarM free llook Vrrplne IVnninnrlilp Arith Hhortlinnd etc thoroughly tnurtht llltYANTUtOLLIUK liutrtoNY ANK puper E Poultry OratiHla RtlBJP UFA Send for mCHlrnicl oyatur Hho II Ilono and UKS York Pa Prlcollat VOUK MIKMICAli fr When wuitino toawvkutihekh plkabk atnte thut you mw tho AdvcrtUement la tbla inO JZ Only he A 1 i ii ill rVCMI fA II II t -- fTPr-n I iij laow r H illJ I Hnr-u v I ri i F i I i ssr rcfKkVL tSX t Tv u I v a l - mi i CM Iw3t m Â¬ i HiiiiinsiL jteZ g CorvniGirr 1837 Tho only modlclno for womans peculiar nlhncnfa sold by drufrgistA untlor a poBltlvo firunrnntco from tho manufacturer that it will kIvo satisfaction in ovcry case or money will bo refunded la In 1ikkccs Favoiutk PltESCUUTiON This fuarunteo has boon printed on tho bottle wrappers und faithfully carried out for muuy years 1 CriiiSilIMP rg iTVi --- - - m Air rl inl i Quack-quack-qua- ck Bad-in-ao- e Tho treatment of mnny thousands of cases of thoso chronlo weaknesses and distressing nilmcnta peculiar to females nt tho Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute Iluffalo N Y has afforded a vast ozperienco In nicely adapting und thoroughly testing remedies for tho euro of womans peculiar inuJudlcs Am a moot li tho system for delivery ns to greatly Dr Plorcon Favor lessen and many times almost entirely do and ntroiigtlioiilii I A Boon I Ito Iroacr Option Is tho Fuvorlto away with tho Bufferings of thut trying narvlnoi outgrowth or result of i i ordeal this great I To Women j oxpcrlcucc and vuluublo flPRVIMP I Quuled and is Invnluablo Thousuuda Invorlto iro- I of testimonials received crliHlon lnir nervous excitabil Cures the poHlilro euro for 1 from patlontM ami from physicians who ity Irritability exhaustion prostration tlho most couiDllcated havo tested it in the mora iiggniviitetl and hysteria spasms and other distressing obstinuto obstinate eases which had bullied their skill Worst Cases nnd leucoirhencases nervous symptoms commonly attendant or of provo It to on tho most wonderful remedy upon functional and organic disease of exccMivo whites over devised for tho reliof and euro of Buf- Â¬ tho womb induces refreshing Bleep flowing at monthly periods painful incn fering women It is not recommonded as and relieves itmental anxiety aud de Â¬ Btruatlon unnatural suppression prolun n cure all but as n most porfect Hpeclllo spondency buh or fulling of tho womb weak buck for womans peculiar diseases femulo weultncss antevernlon retrover- Â¬ Dr IMorcon Fuvorlto Preaerlp MMmauaMcnang An n poworilll iii chronic it tlon lu ti loxitlnmto rlfforutliiR tonic tho carefully compounded by an modlclno sion bearing down sensations ulceration experienced congestion inflammation nud POWERFUL Imparts strength to and skillful physician and adapted to of tho womb Inflammation puln and It is tenderness in ovaries uccompanlcd with TfllJIR uterus or womb und its womans delicate in organization UHIU I purely vegetable its composition and internal heat niitwnilnirofl In nurtleu perfectly liarmlcso In its effects In any Jar For overworked Favorite Prouorlp system debilitated couuiuuu oi yiu run - down worn - out tlon when taken In con Â¬ Â¬ nection wilh tho ubo of Dr milliners dressmukers seam teachers in prccriimicv Fais Miwwa fliMon Mwllrvl Tlla vorite Prescription stresses shop girls housekeepers nurs- Â¬ aflilVIEVQ covery women generuly Mothers j u mothers cordial Â¬ ing mothers and feoble I iinapa ofand email liuntlvo niUnClO I relieving nuusen weak Dr PiercoH Pur Ur llereos Favorite Prescription Is jo ness of stoiiiiieli and irutivo Pellets tIJttle Liver greatest earthly boon being unequaled ns Cordial other distressing nvuin- - Pills cures Liver Kidney and Madder dl nn uppetlzing cordial and restomtfvo tonio IFi toms common to that euacB Jhelr combined uoo ulao removca digestion nud assiinllatlou of It promotes nausea weakness of stomueh condition food cures If its use Is kept up In tho blood taints nnd abolishes enncorom und Indigestion bloating utid eructations of gas luttcr months of gestution it so prepares scrofulous humors from tho system THE OUTGROWTH OF A VAST EXPERIENCE ins i -- i tA A nrop too nmoh Tho one on tho Neur -- foiiL A Puck Xcw chokino sensation The latent gag Jlitim Xrw Some acrobats are fresh and somersault Puck A oamky slave The follow who has three ew Aim Xewr girls at n than No stATTEn how big tho jobtho printer will always stick it Kvidenti Ih the only thing a stingy man can give without repining ItilmUijiftin - atlrlj1 N Y A Sun Xcics IN lioston man who read Mr Do pews anil Mark Twains speeches at tho Forefathers dinner in that city de Â¬ nounces them both ns witless twaddle and very low comedy not above the Wovol of a good minstrel performance j a nut shell The worm -- Jnck LmL Iloifun llnlUtlii You cant raise a window by simply plautlng a pano of ghiBs Ilirnxixo com is a golden oarer We Timed by lire -V - W FiiMTiMi mRulfuHtatlons the rimi and fall of tho mercury Jlmtwt Pout KioiiTV nioiiTH favorite flower Murnlnff Journal py V the Methodist Hoard of Church Extension began its work in the year lNo it has holpcd to build 6806 churches It has collected and disbursed nearly 13000000 Ill bl o Smco Opinion tliu pop Â¬ Noticr of appeal paring Invitations to an apple Uusha Lummtreiiil UulMiu Many times womon call on their family physicians suffering ns they imagine ono from dyspepsia another from heart disease another from liver or kidney disease another from nervous exhaustion or prostration another with pain hero or there nud iu thl3 way thoy all present nllko to themsolves nud their easy going and ludilferent or over busy doctor ecparuto and distinct dlseusen for which ho prescribes his pills and potions assuming them to bo such when In reality they aro all only iimoms caused by oomo womb Tho phyeielun Ignorant of tho cutiso of suffering encourages his practice until large bills nro made Tho Buffering disorder putlent gots no better but probnbly worso by reason of tho delay wrong treatment and consequent complications A proper medicine like Un ItnitccH Favoiutk 1uksciuitiom directed to the caiue would havo entirely removed tho disease thereby disÂ¬ pelling nil those distressing symptoms and instituting comfort Instead of prolonged misery CI 11m V V Xtiim I u nf A 11 Mrs Ed 31 CAJtrnETX of Oakland Cal- Â¬ I had been troubled nil 3PuY6nilMSlutn JljiroiVVnMfuiyafrnii Vivo yours ago f ifornia writes h Voice Ircnrlflll HllfTnrof iirlni my Ufa with hysterical lfttncks and par- Â¬ Having exhuustod tho skill of threo physi Â¬ oxysms or opttsms and periodical recur Â¬ Failed From California cians I was oompletolv tliscouragcd und so rences of severe headache but slnco I havo weak I could with dlftcultr crona thn rnam been uslnir your Favorlto Prcscnotlon I begun taking Dr Pierces Favorlto prescription and alone I theso I also had womb complaint so bad tho loeul treatment rccommondod in hla Common flense havo had nononf two blocks without tho most sevcro pain that using hut I could not walk Medical Adviser I commenced to Improvo at once In threo I hnd taken your Favorlto Prescription two months I months I was verftetlu cured nnd havo hnd no troublo since I before walk nil over tho city without Inconvenience All my wroto u letter to my family paper briefly mentioning how my could benign pf troubles seem to bo leaving mo under thofor years InfluenceSly health had lcori restored and offering to eond tho full partlculara bcrore your medicine and I now feel smarter than to any ono writing mo for thorn am tnelmino a ttamacd eiiveUme not bo cured and therefore y ti physicians told mo that I could far re phi I havo received ovor four hundred lottcrsV In roplv will plenso necopt my everlasting thanks for what you havo dot o uuBviiin i iiij w i in y advised ihoni to do II komw irvnuneni uson nml nnvo ot ir may God bless you In your good works nest wise From n great manv I hn vo for me and writes It s now four years slnco I took your la Later she or wnnica stntlng that thov hml em reoeivou Hoconu iciiura nnd I havo hud no icturu of tho femalo vorlto Prescription nieneou tliu I so of hnvnrlto PrranrlMlnn imi ai ri troublo I hud then rcqulrtHl for tho Modlcnl Advisor and had applied tho locnl treatment so fully and plainly laid down thereinand were much TVu Mrs JonN S rrwAiiT of ChtovaMa Wall as T bettor already Wit writes t I wish to Inform ypuiims i wi ov Rotrovortod Womb Mra Pva KonritK of Crah Orthard over was for whl ZSWrfi of hyiiiuiuujs of thn Favorlto Tich writes Tinii tun unci iiuvo 1ms dnno mo great denl of good Pierces Fnvnrlto Prescription of tho uterusn disappeared T do nil my own workaiinr able to bo on my rtet ai I suffered from retrovnrMlon nm for which I took two Ixittlesof tho Favorlto Prescription and I day My frlentte tell mo I nttver looketl eo well am now feeling llko a different woman Prfnrtptiln U SeUI by JDrugfltttf the Worht Voctorn Fnllod Mrs F Couwin of Post Crtth tf V Overt Larue VaHUt StJoO Six 869 I dortnroil with threo or four of the lcst doctors In wrltesr these pnrt9 nml I grew worso until 7 wroto to yon und bcuau Aampa rorDrPlercoatargo llliMtratod Pf Pend ton oenbi In uthig your Favorlto Prescription f used threo bottles of It on Disease or women and two of tho Oolden Medical Discovery also oo nnd n half Trentlso 100 pages paper covers bottles of tho Punrntlvu Pellets I win do mv work and sew Hnd Addreaa World Dlaponaary MrtfJcal AMaclntlon walk nil I csm to nnd am In better henlth than I over expected to No J03rl8 etrwtX ItolYALO N 7 bo lu this world aguiu 1 owo It all to your wonderful tuedicluwi XRE XIlsTG THE WRONG DISEASE rlinnu tl frtila fm rTr lr PKiCd rirJrl fr I r - - t xtiOWWiiPI f jOKii Hazel Green Herald Subscription y - SI a Year t And Mutt Ho Paid In Advance EASTERN KENTUCKY WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING VSorapllod by County Corrospondontiand Cat and Condonnod from Our Coiitoiupornrles aiOHOAN COUNTY Hpcclal Correspondence Wust LujejitY Fob i and centuries past organizations of almost ovcry kind Imvo been instituted and m often Imyo n majority of these received tho cenauro of tbo manses of the people aud pronounced as no good But among those which will stirvivo until time Bhnll be no more ia one of which was gotten up by the citizens of West Liberty known as tho IChan Khan Society and hero let it bo known that thisia entirely a secret organization gotUu up for tho benefit of the young men of this and adjoining counties The- first meeting was hold here last Friday night and the following ollicers elected Jl 0 Turner - 13For yenra President Ellis Cartmal Vice President JI F Pioratt Secretary aud S J Salyers l A Having struggled 20 years between life and di ftth with ASTHMA or PHTHISIC treated by eminent phyBiciiinn and receiv ing no benefit I wan compelled during the laat 5 years of my illnen to sit on mv ehair day and night gasping for breath My mif Spccinl Correspondence rcruigrt woro beyond description In despair myself bv compounding Ezbl Feb 13 When wo wrote last Diatty villi Feb 10 The prospect I experimented on tho medicine thun obtainroots and inhaling week tho sick of tho town woro thought for a railroad to this place looks to us ed I fortunately discovered this WONDKIt to be out of danger hut sudden changes kinder doubtful at present The Louis- KUL CUIUS 10K ASTHMA AND CA TARRH warranted to relieve the mo6t ntiib noon followed and on the morning of tho ville Cincinnati and Virginia road to born case of ASTHMA IV FIVEMINUTKS 10th at 7 oclock Diana daughter of which tho people of Lee County voted a 30 that the patient ean lie down to rest and Tliomas and Mary Waltora died and subscription of 50000 last August has sleep comfortably Please read the following condensed extracts from unsolicited tesfthc next morning at 4 oclock T E appealed to the Legislature for an amend timonials all of recent date II Holmes Johnsons baby died The next morning ment to its charter They elaim that it 1 Oliver V Remedy all San Jose Cal writes find the and even more than at G oulouk Thomas Walters died and would be impossible for them to collect represented I receive instantaneous relief 13 M Carson A M Warren Kan writes his wifo is now very low but there h tho amount that was voted under the Was treated by eminent physicians of this Tt is a distressing charter at the time tho vote was taken country ami hopes of hor recovery Germany tried the climate oi Uiuie but wo hopo tho worst is past Wo suppose they aro correct iu their con Â¬ different States nothing auorded reliof like preparation though thoro are two new cases iu town clusion as tho charter says that counties your It Ihelps l M flrlggs Ohio writes L Mrs through which the road may bo extended Suffered with Asthma 10 yonrii Your medi Win Praters wife and daughter 0 S Nickell and Logan Linden have must voto a sum sufficient to pay for cine in 3 minutes doos mofo for mo than tho most eminent physician did for mc in three been in a liiiKerinc condition for some right of way sites for depot switches years II C Send time but it iu thought they aru out of c incident to tho construction and Catarrh Plimpton atJolict 111 writes along Cannot Itcmody of said road We understand without it I find it once the most get operation danger to be valuable A few days ago our attention was call that when an amendment is had tho peo medicine I have over tried We havo many other hearty testimonials od to u certain Nickell that is trying to ple7 of this county will ho asked to re voto of mire or relief and in order that all antler thUq its faco value in tho estimation of the 50000 There was a hiuidsomo ma- Â¬ ers from Asthma Catarrh Hay Fever and may have an opportunity kindred sumo young Indian who are attending jority in favor of thr road before and it of tottingdiscuses the value of tho Remedv wo will But as tho fade of this will receive a cool reception tho next jond to any address TRIAL lACKAOK school hero Nickfcll ib perfectly smooth we think time unless the Hailroad Company gives FUKB OK rilAKUti If your druggist nils to keep it do not permit him to sell you some it will bo difficult to estimate its value a bond to tho amount of tho subscription worthless imitation by his representing it to just send directly to us It is not of tho five cent tribe of Nick- - asked for to tho county for tho construc Â¬ bo Writoas good but and address plainly vour name and it haH enough rationality to tion of tho rond and wo are doubtful as Address J ZIMMERMAN it Co Props Vwuetlce tho old maxim of Try try to its carrying oven mldor tho above Wholesale Druggists Woostcr Wayno Co Any county asked to Ohio Full clzu Box by mail 100 JuiOy circumstances tefniD to II K HERALD is onlyllOOayearl Tk f S H Hursts daughters who voto a subscription tho railroads should company to tho and now is tho timo to subscribe a bond from Mt UWiig the Select School here aro require Â¬ Â¬ Treasurer After all necessary business of tho mooting was attended to on motion of W HManker tho meeting adjourned As our Legislature is about out of em iploymentwe would suggest that they curtail tho month of March one day so as to put it on equal footing with February For this we have two reasons one is so as to give them employment nnothor we expect March to be a very cold mouth ISItKATIIITT COUNTY and we cant stand everything Asthorois Special Correspondent neither railroad nor politics embraced Jackson Feb 14 Circuit Courtis in this we hopo they will take heed to our still in session The trial of the Coin call monwealth against Frizier for killing V Cox Capt T J Henry and Sewell resulted in a hung jury This Coof this place have bought within the is quite deplorable as the work in the last ten days about fiftcmi hundred acres ease which is immense and tho cost of of tho finest coal and timber lauds in the prosecution to the State which is Morgon County lying on the waters of oxhorbitant must all be had tho second the Elk Fork This company now owns time Judge Lilly says that hung juries about 7000 acres in this and Magoflin is the most prominent characteristic of Counties and still ihcy buy with a firm this court belief that in less than two years MorNathan Combs charged with shooting gan County will luivo a railroad Lewis Taulbee is now on trial If the On Tho Wing I am sorry I accused proof and instruction form any criterion you of being scared if you were not T on which an opinion can be based the thought certain you were At any rate I trial will result in an acquittal hopo you will bo in our town soon and Col Young of Mt Sterling Judge bo sure to call on Wild Injun With Kiddle of Irvine and T T Oopp of kindest regards I remain yours Shake Frenchburghavo returned to their homes Henry M Cox of this place has ae Since our last letter Buck Wodkiu has cepted a position with Meyer lleinhard been given one year in the penitentiary Co of Baltimore Md as traveling sales for malicious shooting and wounding man for Eastern Kentucky Ho will start on tho road in a few days Uiiini FuozrN Feb 10 Col Van H C Turner has been ollered 25 per aerefor a small tract of land live miles Young of Mt Sterling who is employed from this place which one year ago could in the prosecution of Robert Frazer and havo been bought for 5 per acre Hur Fliuchum has been visiting his cousins Brack and James Young of this creek rah for the railroad BudEldridge of Boons fork will move Among tho various candidates for Sheriff is N P Womack Police Judgu to this neighborhood shortly We wel of this place aud if elected will make como all such citizens among us John W Taulbee has received forty wiShcrifl of which Morgan County could per cent of tho school money which the IboaBt ft A Mitchell President of the East- teachers are very glad to know Mason Copo has gone to Campton to Ksrn Kentucky Land Co and Maj Mch- mear of Mt Sterling are in our niidat attend school Book learning is a good with u view of buying land iu this eee- - thing Several of the most intelligent men of vtion rain and melting of snow this part aro attending Court this week Tho recent I hope all who are not taking Thk has made such a tido in the Licking lliv- will onablc logmen to run alarge IIkhali will try it for nix months or that A K Wilson has been on tho sick list portion of their timber James A Lacy who has been in Ma- - for the last three or four days Prof S S Taulbees school at this goilin County for a wcok returned home place is progressing finely Salis last Saturday The steamer John Tom is expected MSB COUNTY to arrive hero tonight Wild Injun Â¬ Â¬ - Now received was wholy money boys you ought to be ashamed passing that sort of money on such occasions An entertainment for the benefit of the CIvoThom A Chnnco Christian and Episcopal Churches of this That is to say your lungs Also all place will be given at the Court House your breathing machinery Very won- tonight Friday A largo attendance derful machinery it is Not only the is expected larger air passages but the thousands of A tido slipped up on our coal deallittle tubes and cavitios leading from ers last Wednesday nightthc consequence them of which was six or seven sunk coal boats When these aro clogged and choked Two or three of them were raised Thurs with matter which ought not to bcthere day your lungH can not half do their work Elder D G Combs of the Christian And what they do they can not do well Church lias been holding servicos in Call it cold cough croup pneumonia Lleuttyvillo aud Proctor for the past catarrh consumption or any of the fam- week lie baptised three converts Wed ily of throat and noso and head and nesday lung obstructionsall aro bad All ought James A Hill and John C Cole of to be got rid of There is jubt one sun this place who have been at East Bern way to get rid of them That ia to take stadt for several weeks returned homeu Uoschees German Syrup which any few days ago druggist will sell you at 75 cents a bottle Our prominent weather prognostica Even if everything else has failed you tors were snowed under yesterday you may depend upon this for certain They ought to take their signsdown now Â¬ Â¬ also taking lessons in music They aro making rapid progress in their studies and if tho young mon of this neighbor- Â¬ hood can keep it in mind that the girls camo here to attend school their stay at this place will not be in vain Tho recent rains causing high waters caused a stir among the logging men and also proven led Tin Heuald from reaching this place last week Mrs Clarinda Wilson camo down yes- Â¬ terday to assist in taking caro of her daughter Mrs Mary Walters Born On the 8th to the wifo of Lu vi Craft twinsboy and girl boy dead Miles Linden was visiting his brother Logan at this place last week G B Swango and wifo woro visiting iu town last week Blunt Â¬ amount to bo voted People are getting tired of being fooled with by railroad corporations It is as fair for tho gooso as it is for tho gander and they are very particular in binding a county then why not bind them We dont take much stock in what we hear abouta railroad being built to this place but they say that tho Louisville Southern is cer- Â¬ tain to como This road if it should como will be built by way of Nicholas ville llichmond and Irvine to this place Let us hope that it may be built There was a church festival at the Court House a few nights sinco The door keeper says the most of the money Â¬ One Dolla FOR We will put on sale tho best value in an TTNLAUNDRIED SHIRT Ever offered in Lexington Â¬ A White Shirt at 89 Cents Wo have and cjih show you more Overcoats than all the clothing houses in Lexington together and at prices that will astonish you of London Ky Parsely was in Beattyvillo one day last week He went from here to Campton Judge G W Gourley who wont to East Bernstadt last week on business returned home Thursday Hon David Pryse of Miller Creek Estill County has been hero during the week on business A D Hamilton of Why Not this county is visiting the family of 11 L Wheeler this week Miss Dna Quillen of the Sturgeou Country wis visiting her friends in town Wm A 1 Saturday H 1 T Crittenden who has been in Frankfort for some time returned home during the week There is a good raft tidw in the Ken tucky lliver A good number of rafts will be run from this county W B Steele and J W Jamison went to Hooneville Saturday on a pleasure trip Miss Lucy Blount who has been quite sick with fever is rapidly recovering Charley Hogg of Booneville was in town a few days last week Work is progressing rapidly on the new Episcopal School building J L Dollard of Tennessee was in town Saturday of last week Jas Tuggle of Barbourvillc was here a few days since Helin B lakhs Â¬ LEADING CLOTHIERS 37 tf Lexington Ky MUMTMl v li fL mW B- - n KK Li ICSfc PWfe M i to K m viw i LB WW u ci i i SI fe u m to aw Mr amsrn i i -- sTf SO KT i 1 IMIIIT that have Â¬ To overy person who will send us 9 in cash and nine subscribers we will send Thk IIukald one year freo D LANGELLS AND 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 designs in We have in stock many patterns CATARRH REMEDY SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIRTS Parlor Cabinets Ladies Music Desks Music Cabinets Hall Stands Book Cases Side Boards Chiffoniers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Library and 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 F BROWER CO CARPETS Center Tables Â¬ Â¬ Ji FURNITURE WALL PAPER DRAPERIES ART GOODS T Corner Main and Broadway LEXINGTON KENTUCKY