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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 - - SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald -- t OllMHHWWIT w Dovotfil to tho Development uf Kiistcrii Kentucky t- - 100 A YEAR Always In Advance VLISAAC Asm - HAZEL GiREUX AVOLKK COUNTY MA ICY FRIDAY FKBRUARY 24 1888 Mt Vernon 1000 people NO 51 Illinois it town of about Â¬ A ITORN- - k PEL y-a- t-La w ALL OVER THE WORLD IN A WEEK clothes catehiny fire dov Hticknor has grauttjil Win Patterson the condemned colored murderer at ky Louisville a respite of ninety iIiivm Examiner A great ilrotith pevaito in the north of for Wolfe China which is having the nood elVeet of Rospcetfnully Milicitis the patronage of the fiieilitiitiuj repairs of the destruction caused public tunl will attend promptlv to all bus hythe Yellow Hivir iiiuiidations iness entrusted to his care China papers state that a syndieate is said to he active again and it U reported OAK Kit I JACK that the Associated National Jtank will he Attorneys-at-La- w oruatuVed and that a railroad will he con structed from Tunt Chonj to Tsientsin A C Ha K lilt JACK SOX A Swiss and Italian syndieute has heen J J C Hack j formed which w ill advance to tlie Italian KKSTlVlvY Hrciithitt County iovenimeut ionilMl francs to enable it to 0 C LYK1NS complete lie Simplon Hailway tunnel and the railway lines uhih will connect there- Natural pis litis been struck at Carroll ton at a depth of J70 feet Titles examined altstrnit furnhhed ttix Two of John Hliiiikoiifthipri little girls paid tor nnn rcsidoni real estate bought at Ashland were herioiody burned liy their itml sold Collections it specialty Will practice in nil tin Courts of Wolfe Powell Menifee tunl Hrciithitt counties K Ukai Kviw n Aukxt HAKw GRKFN KY TOHXTT FVANS Â¬ iiaflghkkn of Depositions county t Â¬ 1 J Â¬ County Attornoy Roal Estuto Agont and Notary Public Practices in nil Courts in Wolff tunl Ail joining Counties and Court of Appeals riTCollcctions u Specialty Camitmn Wuirr CnrsTV Ky with Physician and Surgeon Hazel Green Wolfe County D It J A TAlLUKE KENTUCKY EO K W II ITT Of Elliott County WITH Henry Knoefel Id W Market St Co Solicits tin1 lor llliutk Rook LorisvtiiK Ky patrouuyvof ICa ttTti Kentucky ISliuko cce Klil MoitOAN CofNTV Ky Tlu house is now and newly furnished Fare first class and charges throughout reasonable Sample room furnished commercial men Good stable in connection iinl ptthil can taken of linixs tftf At inv store uill In foiiuil n general stock of nuiVliajKli i at iowiist iMtiris Stop at my hotel ami buv goods it my More PI Kit A A T IT IIOISE Pikkatt Proprietor Â¬ Davis State Commissioner of Agriculture in his monthly report gives en couragintj accounts of the crops in Ken lucky The severe snow sleet and freeze of liuuary did but little damage not nearly so much us supposed Lawrence Outermouth Couneilmau was iissaultid by George Luther a barkeep er at Louisville Friday night and seriously wounded lie cracked the former a fearful ed mid paed lick between the eye with a brass beer As the Blair bill which in accordance spigot The row was the result of a bar room with the Kiujuircrs repeated predictions brawl has- passed the Senate proposes to dump The President and Mrs Cleveland itfiOUOOOO out of the Federal Treasury an and MrtuWhituey and Colonel and analysis of the vote thereon may prove enMrLamont left for Florida on Tuesday at tertaining Though a distinctively Repub about twelve oclock on a special train The lican measure the division was verv tar Senators Jepresenlativcs and othets going from being on party lines Sixteen Demo on the same invitation went on a regular cratie Senators voted for the measure as fol train leaving a little later lows Heny Arkansas llrown Georgia W I Poswell President of the Nor Call Iloiida Colquitt Georgia Daniel thern Hank of Kentucky died at Lexington Virginia Lustis Louisiana George Missis Hearst Wednesday week iiyed fifty eight years sippi Hampton South Carolina tones Arkansas Pasco Florida He was a native of Louisville but hiidbeon California Iayue Ohio Pugh Alabama Ransom for many years a resident of Lexington where picvioiis to his connection with the North Carolina Vance North Carolina Kiddlchcrgcr of Walthall Mississippi bank he was a prominent attorney K Â¬ Â¬ John Â¬ - Â¬ lfyou wish to save money ipioAiiirfTi oucsicT CAMPTON S S COM IIS ICY - Pioimiitok seized an eleven year old boy threw hiso over his neck beat him horribly tied him to a tree ami left hiin The boy tiually released himself and ran home He was dangerously injured and the Sheiilland n iosc went in pursuit of the gyjiies a A Tenn band of gypsies near Chattanooga They say a man left Wnxahnebje Tex- Â¬ The patronage of the travel inn public is tile best and as recently driving a yoke of oxen that respectfullv solicited Tallin everv attention for the eoiuforl of khiIs one of them died from overheat and that while he tarried by the wayside skinning V tLat iw hiin the blizzard came and froze the other to death m rx Wimim ucil vie in In- billot of vim I 35 Al will keep on right now sure tjuit in disgust liucloeutcl liL at Kzcl Mnr- - waA J9 hum tmira line Scott who murdered his wife - n troiiiitx I mat1 of Cloeks lew at Alartiu LXovember last was hanged at Oiauitc IIrv nml Watches A No a line of fine Spec Scott spent WIH sell goods nt Deer Lodge Montana Friday tacles mid Fio glassc Reoitv prices mill guarantee satisfaction his last night in playing eribbage retiring pairing a speciultv and work warranted at twelve oclock after decorating himself T F CAUIt Respect fulhite with ribbons The march to the gallows commenced at 1J7 and the drop fell at i 17V j - - - 1 Â¬ Â¬ HIRS jMARYNICKKLIS 1 1 id SELECT SCHOOL The undersigned will begin school in 1zel eounty MONDAY J AX 2 l which will eoutiiiue live months anil she kindlv solicits a liheral patronage from all friends of education Jpneral Mrs Mary Xiekrll F TlTY Mr Anna J FiuliN liiitruiuen Literature Morgan tul Music TKUMS ok ITITION Primrry Department lutermViliate c l I J lanuaijes Miimci 7 M S 7 JH li - of Kentucky looks far tliHerent in Congress than when in his district in the mountains of Charles Kg He here dresses well but beit Craddoek at home he puts on tlie blue jeans of the wild mountaineer and changes his kid shoe for brogaiis lie makes capital with his constituents by boasting that he is one of them and it is said that he pulls oil his shoes in their presence and points o his horny feet as being those of a plowman Congressman Tnulbee Xew York World iioiiriltper week Address Mus MAIIY P XIOKKLL WITH F JR G S5 TU0C5EE Ringg old JOlilUUK OK Co Boots and Shoes and 07 The citizens of Anaeonda Montana are anxiously looking for Win Martin pro prietor of the Planters House there who Reunion shot iind killed Patrick Kcurtlon had been stopping at the planters and owed a small bill Martin asked him for the money and in the discussion which fol lowed knocked him down with the butt of his revolver and llicn shot him through the head Martin will be lynched when caught Â¬ Â¬ Col II F Coekrell one of the largest WKST Pi MIL STIMCKT CINTLNNATI OHIO taxpayers in the county and a progrcssiw man says this eounty could allbril to give ubbolutoly islodOOO to the C K it W Hail road and then reap bcuelits from the InvestWe ate of the kiiuic opinion but ment they do not ask It Why should we then such being the ease demand restrictions in their charter and throw obstructions in the way of our own progress Montgomery is the only county on the lino of the C K it W that has thrown an necessary obstacles in the way of procur It would be well for u few ing a charter Â¬ TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK MTSTKHUNU KY Â¬ J JI niGSTAFF Piiwidunt W W THOMSON Cashier DIIIKCTOUS Â¬ Jamks Choiin Dlt K ANnnrw Pwmr It HllAKK J T HlUllliANl iirJ41 chronic kickers and constitutional objector to remember that Montgomery duos not run from the heads of the rivers to the ends of the earth and it is hut an iiupossiblu mutter for a railroad to be built around it They j Mt niiiv Had this out when it is too Into Sterling iatlte I Chief the big elephant of John ltob insons circus in winter quarters at Cinuiiiuati was out for an airing Saturday evening and becoming sulky refused to be comfort ed lie created consternation on the streets for several hours mid it was ten oclock at night before he could be taken back to his stable Among the public improvements that arc being considered for Pineville are water and gas works Sonic gentlemen with cap tal for investment in progressive localities have selected Piuev illc as a favorite point mid will during the summer provide water and gas for the growing town She cant be headed otf Iineville Messenger The Hatfield gang consisting of Val cltiuc Hatfield Selkirk McCoy Andrew Virginia also voted aye Twelve Republi Vurncy Moses Christian Pliant Mnyhorn east coast can Senators voted against the bill as fol- L J McCoy Thomas Chambers Doc May- As soon as Maines withdrawal was an lows Aldrich Rhode Maud Davis Minhorn and Samuel Minhoru were taken to nounced the Lewiston Me Journal sent to nesota Faruell Illinois Frye Maine lie Louisville Jail on Tliursilav week and prominent Republicans of tin1 Stun Hale Maine Hawley Couiiecticutt His Monday wius set for their hearing before the Assuming thut your first this question cock New York lngalls Kansas Jones Judge Harr ot the V S Court at that place choice would be Mr Hhiiue if he would Nevada Iltimb Kansas Sabin Minnesota In Havana Cuba since the first of accept who is your second choice for the The measure now mid Spooner Wisconsin January there have been fifty six persons Republican nomination for the Presidenovj goes to the House where it will sleep the so far as received make tlii sleep that knows no waking Cincinnati wounded with fire arms knives itc and The returns Whole number of votes ten persons murdered during tlie same time showing Jiuircr John Sherman VJ General Sheridan 15 C P Marcum was arrested at Somerset The mail wagon that runs from Praccles to Senator Allison III Senior Haw Icy 17 tilted States Marshal saiicto Spit itus was stopped by six armed Thursday week by men a few days ago and the driver killed Chauneey M Depew 11 Hubert T Lincoln Hughes for passing and having in posses 10 General Sherman General Pairchilil Mar- - the mail hais robbed and the team stolen sion a oiiautitv of counterfeit money ll Senator Ivarts r General Jlarrlsou ft Chicago St Louis ami San Francisco ciiiii entered the billiard hall of Crane and General Grcshaiu i Sena Senator Frye and passed some counterfeit are clamoring for the National Demacrotic Tomliusoii Coiigrcssmau Heed K tor Hale The first oilers u lake brueze lie suspecting Convention nickels mi Mr Toiuliiison After being out for three days the jury wrong went out to show Marcum the second a sight of tlie great bridge and something and meeting olliccr Hughes turned tlie third a gold mine or what is very ueiir Friday returned a verdict ot not guilty in the city the man over to him When searched a lyequivalent San Francisco oilers fteetrans the case of Mrs Lueretla Mundy on trial puintitv of spurious coin was found on his portatiou freedom of the city and money in the Fayette Circuit Court charged wit person Mareuin was traveling taking or enough to make California Coloiado and murder of her husband Lowrcy Mundy in Hst to secure over L000 insuiaueu on his ders for enlaiging plmtogiaplis and it is Nevada dead sure for the nominee life This is the thin trial of the ease the may lead to the lidding of thought his arrest A young white girl who recently com- Â¬ the mint where these coins are made Mar mitted forgery in Texas but who was abso juries hithei to having failed to agree Dr of Mrs Mundy charged euin was placed in jail to be carried to Lou lulelv free from other sin was sentenced to Davis with complicity In the murderwas convicted iwille for trial the penitentiary for two years Last week lames Davi of Greenup County went the penitentiary contractor called at San and is now serving a life sentence in the to I ronton Ohio Wednesday week and sold Antonio for the prisoncis and in taking penitentiary Charles Howies colored has been jail bis corn lie stayed around town drinking them iiwuy chained the young girl to a black for a couple of days mid in company witli brutal negro murderer ed at Maysville on the charge of mitriluriug he people are George Sheeler an I ronton tough took pass justly indignant and every etlort will be a eoloied man Charles Summers at Sharps age on the Telegraph Thursday atteriioou made to secure Lxccutive clemency for the burg the first week of last Decern bur Howies will be taken to Owingsville for Sheeler went as far as Hanging Rock on the Bin boat mid returned to I ronton with Davis trial lie wasurrested near Concord Lewis General Phil Sheridan is not much of money PM in gold with which he made a County where he hud been employed on can read political hand lavish display and painted the earth a crim a politician buthe the new railroad writing on the wall us well as can Mr illaiijc son hue until overhauled by the police a Mrs Jlcbcceii Akcr of Paris grand Â¬ He says in regard to the1 talk about nomi few hours later The police got a third of is mother of Mis Cynthia Kuibro has brought it the money back and Friday Slice ei was nating him for the Presidency that time that all parties concerned should be suit against C V lliggins Jr charging him arraigned mid bound over to Court upon wasting their breath with betrayal and desertion ofMUs Kuibreo the charge of robbery which will laud him informed that they are ft hern is imllilni that would Induce The mother of Miss Cynthia died severld in the pen leave the profession in which nearly years ago and her father John Kinbrvu U The hill appropriating money for the inu to forty years of my life have been spent to living near Newton with lils4sccond wife erection of decent Capitol buildings at There Is enter upon u civil career TiiKIIimvrDmHi tho Weekly Cinoitir Frankfort was before the Senate Friday not the slightest probability ot my being nati Knqulrer ote year for only i 0U It Senator Alford ollered as a substitute a bill nominated mid in any event would not strikes us Unit ihU is the lost combination providing for the removal of the Capital to accept And thus another rose falls with yet made and if it hits you thu same way Lexington conditioned upon the contributo the ground Courier Join mil ered send us jtfOO in cash and you will get both tion by that city ofthe Transylvania grounds tf The Assistant Postmaster at Paso Del papers for twelve months and r00H in eltv bonds This substitute tson of John Tomniie tho was defeated by u vote from tun to twenty Norte Texas has been arrested for mall The original bill was then put upon Its pas robbery He abstracted at various times T Situs near Carlisle fell oil a wagon while sage uuil defeated through a failure to re- valmibleurtlcles from letters pasningthrohgh driving and two wheels ran over his breast ceive a constitutional majority the vote the office among them some diamonds In crushing his heart from one side to the being eighteen nyes to sixteen nays A mo tended for President Porfirio JHiu In the other He lived ten hours Inttu unoonijdlou tion to reconsider was made a special order City of Mexico Nineteen diamonds valued condition The wifo of Alvtu Ovorstreot mot with for yesterday the fifty sixth day of the at 10000 have been recovered by the nlHccru making the arrest and a clew ban been a terrible accident at her homo near llutily session Any and everything that can Ixyexe found to others thut were pawned or given Monday afternoon Tier dress cnugljt fire euted with new tvpe first class presses and away The name of the culprit Is Flewry and from the grate and every stitch of clothing fine paper la the hands of skilled mechan he has moved in tlia swell circles of society was burned from her hodyt vvcu o her cor ics may he had at this ollice at less than until now It was known to the Post office set Montgomery tho iuan who idiot his city prices It will pay any mini In Kustcrn authorities for some month pant that there Kentucky to get his printing at Tun JI Kit- - hvnsxoiimthiug wrong in the KI Paso ollice sweetheart ht Monterey In Owen County Send for estimates and slate hat no tangible proof could bo obtained about a year ago from thu effect of wblU ALU olllec juntll Frhlaj Jiiiow on trial at FmukfrU i hIio died exactly vvliHt you vviiut Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky Legislature Sknati Mr Pieratt ollered the following House bill 11 incorporating the Clifton and Heservoir Pike lailroad Company with amendment by way of substitute Amendment adopted A bill to authorize the ex and bill passed tension of the Powells Vnllev Hailroud from the Virginia and Kentucky State line into Hell county Senate bill amend Passed ing act incorporating the Mt Sterling Coal Head Company with House ameudinrnts Amendments passed A hill incorporating1 Passthe Fzcl Male and Female Academy ed A bill to create a Hoard of Commission ers for MugoHm County Ordered printed recommitted to Committee on Propositions and irievances House bill for the benefit of W H Hulloek Sherillof Owsley County A Mr StewartHefeired to committee bill to declare Heaver Creek in Floyd and Knott Counties together with its tributaries a navigable stream Propositions and A bill for the benefit ot John Irievances W Comb- - lute Sheriff of Perry County jli Passed Ilorsii Mr L M Oliver to authorize George W Smith to erect a mill dam across the Kockhousc Fork of Dig Creek in Pike County Passed Authorizing the Secretary of State to luriiish tlie Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Indicia District certain books Propositions mid Mr Hogg Senate bill to in irievances corporate the Kzol Male and Female Acade To amend Mr Mulligan my Passed An act to incorporate the an act entitled Amend Mt Sterling Coat Hoad Company 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - The latest news from Shanghai is that a terrific earthquake has occurred In the province of Yunnan Two thousand lives are reported to have been lost Hon George 11 Price County Judge of Metcalfe County was thrown from a wagon Saturday receiving such injuries to his head as will probably cause his death Sam and Charles Gragg two brothers were arrested at Somerset charged with cduntcrfeting and selling whisk v without Government license They were taken to Louisville for trial in the V S Court Tlicro arc reports of terrible distress among the Indians in the fur North A mis siouuiy from the north of the MeKenxie River where he has been for nimvyears heard of cases where Indians had died of starvation and had been oaten bv their com rudes on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad about oventy flve iu lustrum St Louis was visited by a uyciono at oclock Sin day atteruoon nod n ic0re of houses blown down FJrC broke oiit ii the ruins and for a time the whole town seemc I doomed Among the hoiisvs wrecked vveie the Court House Methodist Church and Commercial Hotel The storm struck the town from a sotyth west direction anil wa over in Mount Vernon in few second- Mount Vernon is one of the most CnterpriN ing towns of Southern Illinois It is the seat of the Supremo Court for the southern A large two story portion of the State brick school house did not withstand the Â¬ 4 Gov JUickner has appointed Col John McPherson of llopkitisvillc Judge ol the newly created Court of Common llciis Col McPIicimiii who for Christian County was recommended by the entire bar of llopkitisvillc is a gentleman of high standing and an excellent lawyer The indictment against Eugene Zim merman charged with complicity in the wrecking of the Fidelity Hank of CincinW Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Zimmerman nati has been dismissed was in Furnpc when the indictment was found mid came home to voluntarily sur render himself to the Court terrible shock any better than the smaller A large noiiso in the track of the cyclone two story frame house wus picked opioid carried about twenty feel and left unhurt while two brick buildings in one hundred feet were left hi ruins Hie loss can not be estimated but not less thhti 500000 worth of property has been iktroyed by the ey clone and fire Thirty one deaths have been reported and it is feared there arc many more while the wounded number over 10 The dead and dying arc scattered thtough out the city Alt the doors of the remaining huiifcH luivo been thrown open to the less fortunate Thrce fouiths of this bui ncss poitiou of the city is ruined financially Many people who escaped with their liv s have nothing besides Many are walking the streets with no homes to go to A rCu Klux story comes from Enos a Dr Knos a ii small settlement in Florida large property holder started the town and named it after himself One morning re cently he discovered a warning nailed to his door ordering him to leave the place at once on pain of death for neglect or refusal to obey it It had the usual skullaud cros houis attached and was very threateningly word ed No reason was given for the oulrag but outside the reason assigned is that tho doctor has been advertising the advantages of the place too highly and when poor men settled there they became discouraged flic doctor buckled on his revolver and threatens to shoot at the first sign of anv disposition to run him out Tho mutter luts created an intense sensation on the ciitiro Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 ll Â¬ I Â¬ 1 I Â¬ Â¬ son-in-la- 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ tou-ycar-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J wmm a M use Hazel Green Herald lifol Wo can havo our relationship now father wo oan havo our relationship now 8PKNCEU COOPKlt Publisher Mrs Barker shook hor head at Phcobo to indicate that it was bad for the patient to bo KENTUCKY agitated Sho then turned away holding HAZEL GREEN tho lnmp nt nrms length and wiped her face carefully and Phoebe leuued in silenco THE DESERTED NEST against tho pillow With pencil and tablets hor fathor reIn balmy days when slclon were- ttiir sumed And summers sunlight tilled tho air When your mother died I lost heart and And iloldo wore fresh with flowers rare every thing went badly with mo I wanted A dainty nost Was swtinif anions tho waring green to stay by myself and experiment in ehotn Of dancing bough and leafy screen leals It was my dissipation There was Vhcro happy birds might brood unseen nobody to take proper earo of you do I A sheltered rost concluded to bring you homo and make ull my urraugomcuto Thnno White was in And Boon within Its grnssy wall I thought Thornoy utd I had all tho hard times when you woro living that loncsomo Was heard the cooing chirp und call And twittering noto or blrdllng small With downy broust And tiny throats swoct carols trilled That through tho waving troc tops thrilled And lore and life nnd beauty filled This woodland ncsk Dot years grow old and soasons wane And frosts fell on the Cowory plain Andsummors loveliness was slain And quickly now To bluer sides tho birds took wing In other groves and dolls to sing And left the lonely nost to ollng To leafless bough jffgl it Dot bound by tendrils ilrm nnd fast Though wintry winds went wulling post Though swuyod by llerce and spiteful blast It safely clung Till noath hor snowy winding sheet The rented heart of unturo bout And sprinitimo came with flowery feet Tho groves among And homeward now on rapid wing Tho truant birds came hastening And Bought ugnln tholr bough to sing The songs of yore And in the waiting faithful nest By old timo lovo and boauty bloat Iy loaf und breoro and sun carosicd Joy reigned once more And thou dear heart by grief oppressed Take to thy lonely aching breast This lebson taught by woodland nost Thou too tnnyst cling Through storm and tompesta loud alarm To a protecting poworful arm Thou too beyond tho winters harm Mnyst grcot thy spring And loves that bird like changed their sky And joys tlmt hastcnod swift to fly When clouds wore low nnd storms were nigh Shall come onco more And voecs hushed by earthly strifo With notes of Hoavonly mublo rife Shill sing amid tho Tree of Life Tho songs of yore Mr M II Austin in Advance A A BrothersKeeper WORK OF LOYE A1ID TOMS GuTiinir Copyrighted DOTY AUTUOIl BY HABY HABTWELL CATHEEWOOD STTIIIUN CnAQUK o DOOM 01 Camn Tm Low Mans and Otheh Storm A JS7 lv the per Company X Kellogg Xewrpa CHAPTEK VI CONTISUKD As Fainter beckoned again Fhaibo went to him not reluctant but unconvinced and rented ou tho floor looking ut him His hand Hew from aide to Hido of his tab lots and when he gave them to her Mrs Barker moved a step to shift tho light If I tried to talk he snid on paier you could not understand my voice My deform ity still mortifies mo so I can not beur to display it before my child I used to talk thus to your iiiothor Wo had long silent conversations sittingsido by side Her numo was Phoebe You uro her over again a little ex- Â¬ panded Do you romombcr when you brought mo tho uAple sugar Instead of replying aloud Phusba took his pencil and wrote Yes But why huve you been away from Â¬ Â¬ meulwoys Ho put swiftly down because thought you wore dead When you camo to mo with that mnplo sugar I was startled and my thoughts began to work Then I heard your numo was Phoabo White I found tho boy Thornoy was with you Still I had no certain proof until this afternoon when I read n noto you had sent by a boy through tho woods 1 unfolded it as some trifling property of his and read your history even to Thnno Whites name Then I got ready to eomo uftor you I brought in my breast Â¬ pocket tho papers which will identify mo I went to tho Ikmbo nearest the school homo whoro I know you lived but they coidd not find you So as you hd written to Mr Barker for help 1 came directly hero You are my child and your nrmo is Phoebe Fuw oott You woro born eighteen yeara ago in San Francisco and your mother died when you wore years old 1 spent much timo in Nevada whoro I was interest ed in mines Your mother was devoted to me I took pleasure in enterprise then 1 loft homo when a boy determined to make my family proud of mo when I came back In spito of my dofoot It turned out dif- Â¬ ferently I huvo lived hero in tho woods not caring oven to claim my rights in the estato Thoro was no one to inherit after me 1 havo covered my identity up as much us possible Now it would bo ditleront But 1 lf when 1 could live I must die Ho gave tho tablets to Phmbo and covered his eyes with ouo hand his mouth sot with physical agony She Hashed over tho words und advanced a littio nearer to him ou her knees ly whitening with tho pang tills start gavo him Father sho said agaiu this timo af- Â¬ firmatively father cififr Sho arched ono urm ovor his head and was hold to his breast Mrs Barker mak Â¬ ing a sympathetic grimace shifted tho lamp unsteadily but her husband satus- touuded Fhcebo caught her breath with n sob nnd All explained to tnem raising her face this timo ho has lived ulono when I ought to havo boon with him Im his child and ho needed mv cure l O fathor l In her oxceas of mothor llko passion hor plm constantly smoothed his lean check and her fluttering llnger tlps potted him She fait Hero toward lii persecutors Tho dripped from her cheeks upon Uim How y have been cheated you doar mmI X Hftvw wtspected such a thing And W4ikv bH such friends togsthorl I But father she said aloud Ho started from head to foot immediate Â¬ niuniF nriADiNG wuiik iiisr PATnxit wuotk California then He was a third or fourth cousin of your mothers a worthless creat- Â¬ ure but we helped him on account of his distant relationship Fluvbe reading whilo her father wrote inquired nttmeo Isnt Thornoy my brother then No Thornoy is Thanes son Your mother was kind to tho miserable little soul Wo kept him with us his father was brutal to him I gave Thane employment for several years lie bore a bad name when hoirinic to tho coast and was probably worse than I kuowbut wo could hardly shako him off I never imagined then that ho would separate my child lrom mo and finally shoot me Your mother had known his wife in the States a poor dejected young woman who died early and tho boy Thorn Â¬ oy was only half witted When I road in your noto how Thane had used you it seemed as if I had never suffered before in my lifel And you forced to appeal to a stranger whilo your father lived The sight of him filled me with such fury I dont know what 1 might have done if ho had not shot Does he look as he used to father I scarcely noticed I knew it was Thane White The muscles of his face look cx losed nnd twitched It must have been you he meant when he told mo there was somebody m tho neigh borhood he wanted to avoid Jf he saw me as 1 ordinarily go he did not recognize mo to night until I turned on him What did he do with you when he landed in the Stated He must have put Thoruey and mo in that orphan asylum at Pittsburgh Ho bin boon in prison often Did you know that father Ye3 I hunted him up behind the bars nnd he repeated to me on oath that you woro dead You were lost overboard at sea I aent him from Virginia City a week before I intended to start to take passage for us on an isthmus steamer May bo I gave him enough money to mako it a temptation May bo tho idea came into his head suddenly ami ho carried it out intending to make me pay him well for restoring you It is hard to read all tho motives of a man like Thane White Aft Â¬ erwards he found I was poor and dropped you where it was incut convenient revenging himself for lib disappointment by de claring you wore dead Ho went over to San Francisco and engaged passage two days ahead of tho time I wanted to sail Then ho delivered my letter to the lady who had you in charge she was a friend of your mothers I askod her to have you ready against I camo for you Thunos boy 1 kept him at the same placeand you woro allowed to go on tho street with Thano You woro about three years old Ho never brought you back Tho family sent for me Wo found he had sailed with you and 1 believe he took no nurse 1 sou Id not discover what vessel brought him to New York and he said you were lost overboard between the isthmus and that port I spoilt months tracking him and finally a hater from him which had followed me around brought news of your death I never believed it until I saw him in prison and ho swore it to me without having any conceivable object in doing so Maybe 1 wus more readily disheartened than when your mother lived wrote Pluubo on the tablets Father My heart we seem so well acquainted ached so about you tho night wo took you that maple sugar thut I could hardly endure It Do 1 look at all like I used to From tho Yes ho wrote in reply day of your birth your face was very dls tlnotly marked 1 can see your baby fnco in your fouturus yet Psyche Fawcott is my own cousin Isnt she Yes And she must divide with you There wan another thing which struck mo I like conviction before 1 could be certain uaw you mamling boforo my portrait and youiihowed the Fawcott as well us your mothers blood It was young Hurley who came with you the first time saw you was Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Yes And he was here io uightP Yes Ho Is bringing the doctor Tho bullet will bo taken out and you will get well I like to seo him about you Hes a man Remember said this But dear your pain Is not very great UP tr If you Mv mind feels easy push tho quilt in thoro Is room enough lor you to sit on tho loungo bealdo mo Fhcebo sat there until tho doctor came It wus twelve oclock by tho time tho examination was finished and tho doctor rouialued by his patient Phaibo resumed hor seat by her father aud watched him all night Uo dozed or Â¬ now it UP Not very it woro my fathor Speak- Ing about death mother Ho lived ovor tho Snu Francisco You woro speaking about resignation honeymoon and ho wns in the mountains Swnnsdown assaying ore Several times ho was re- Â¬ Weil speaking about resignation then called to tho present by strong anguish you dont know hum resigned I could be If Tho doctor then dealt with him and his that pet gorilla of Couslu Fhcobos would girl afterward wiped tho dampnesa from only only his face said I hope you dont refer to me Neither Mrs Barker nor the master left Gurley throwiughlmuolf back in tho arbor hor The lamp burned on tho tablo until a chair I ussuro you I will not only growing pallor outside betokened morning only MIbs Fawcott will come to seo him to- Â¬ You know perfectly well whom I menn morrow said Phoebe to tho doctor speak- She trentn the tall beast os If ho were no ing as if tho duy were still remote Mr only human but of nvorugo intelligence I Our ley Intends to bring her Will that dis- Â¬ do all I can to terrify him on the sly Tho turb him too much fiutter of my garments incline him to tako Oh no replied tho doctor no to his nativo wilds Cupid how any one Dont yon think he is better inquired refined and really oxquiuito In manner and Phoebe when tho eockB in tho musters nature as Cousin Fhcebo is can nourish a ehlckcu houso began to crow kindness for that half witted being passes Perhaps I ought to tell you tho phy-Â¬ my comprehension sician said aside to hor that I dread a said She boa alwayB protected him hemorrhage His uncouthncsa nnd stupidity Hurley She compressed her mouth and suddenly sh long ago accepted and tried to piece out felt the effect of hor vigil her excitement with her own gifts and her duys of contest with Thane Do you know exclaimed Psyche sitting Still her father wns quiet in I almost bohevo sho would bring upright slumber when Mrs Bnrkor lighted coaxed there tablo he could the breakfast fire und the master brought him to the ring ifhis nose be shouldnt say I without a in a pail of wator from the well a word it would bo hard to go against All animate things out doors woro beginwhat sho liked But thank Heaven he is ning to stir and the uir which came in was too untamed to forage beyond tho kitchen fresher than ever before as if it blew out of There however ho has a porcelain service Puradiso full of odors and promisos The to himself and regularly breaks a cup like early spring blrdB were oil about and tho thoRO old heathen we read about after they flickers thrill was heard cIobo by tho win- Â¬ had poured a special libation dow Thornoy will be comfortably provided That birds song always smells of for by andby said Gurley laughing Wo s tho early blue violets have thought of giving him the cabin and said Phoebe with n smile to the doctor land where your Undo Fawcott lived He The doctors answering smile was tran- was kind to the poor boy himself I think sient for his puticnt awoke in a struggle it would please him Thornoy would always Dear Why dopend on us but on the other baud such Father cried Phoebe father u primitive base will suit him butter thaa But you do touch porcolnin surroundings CHAPTER VII a responsive chord Tho first timo I saw In four months the bird songs had deep- Â¬ Thornoy sho called him her good little ened in color and odor until an imaginative brother and in a dim half conscious way I lerson might find them vivid as scarlet and gauged him us u brother-in-laHe went bursting with fragrance Summer spread against my proud stomach worse than Mc up from the tropics transforming the NorthArdle and when Ive said that Ive said ern world The yearly miracle which nov every thing er ceases to be marvelous was nearly com- Â¬ Cupid stud Psyche arraigning him pleted not a spear of gross was lacking to with one finger its very warm weather tho wide fleece of verdure the leaves were and 1 dont like to think of any kind of ex- Â¬ at their darkest stalwart rag weed grew ertion but you know you have been doing in the fence corners the roses were long something dreadful to McArdlo that you ago tired of blooming at their freshest the havent told us There are rumors of it It corn stood us high as a mans shoulder and catches like morning gossamer across ones only yellow stubble showed whore tho wheat nose What was it hud been Mrs Barkers garden was rank You dont want me to bo the historian with onions Into beans and cabbages Tho of my own exploits jwtato vines had even begun to droop in Then you really did kick him or cuff him token that their fruit was ripening Tom in some brutal way Holmes farm swarmed with threshers Such unstinted happiness was not for and his house was swallowed by vines wav Â¬ mo srid Hurley I barely allowed myself ing their aspiring tendrils over their time p knotted joint The apple trees had formed -t V green lists to shake at every passing boy Improvements independent of summer 2 were going forward about Gurleys home- Â¬ stead A llbh ixnid was boingerected and the front drive ornamented The sash frames for a conservatory were starting out at one side of the house Jesse Stone tramped across the hay fields noticing the second growth and speculating in unisou with Mrs Stoneappalled in her place by coming upÂ¬ ou what holsterers and paper hungcrs might happen before another year But if summer merely triumphed other Â¬ wheres it rioted around Psycho Faweetts home The graperies orchards and llower bordors were at their vividest An awning shaded the stone steps and dimmed and cooled the hull within which was visible half the massive stairway Fiycho sat in a hummock under the thickest foliage white from her hair to the toe of hor slipper both extremes being tipped with pale blue ribbon She guvo two largo At Jj XtA palm funs to Hurley aud told him lie could employ both hands in her service until lSY 111 ST IS A UVMMOdv Fhcebo came down to do what I hud good reason for doing He Languidly for me Cupid but youll havo sufficiently insulting remark und to raise a hurricane over her she has so made a tho palm of my band gave him a sufficiently 1 have much more strength and color than he apologized Thats all reply The question atiirst was who shall be called ready is about Then it there Miss Fawcott were almost of one age How 1 despise him Hashed Psyche Im scarcely a month younger But sho inthe disagreeable thing to heat up ones Â¬ sisted I shall and it wont make any differ blood There ence a few mouths from now When 1 comes so in midtummeratid Fan me want to I dont Cousin Plidbe 1 think of that I would kick you Cupid if And she so look blowzed beside h could only muke it hurt Pluebe was trailing a long soft black precious and so much time wasted when 1 dress over the steps to meet the friend who know she wus my cousin didnt had come Sho had lowers by her waist Or even thut I was to bo your cousin and in hor hair they did not quarrel with said Hurley her mourning but matched her young Drusio Holmes is so reconciled to it cheeks In that sunny weather it seemed noYou must said Psyche with a laugh as if her lot had never been different tice the anxious attitudes she takes toward Till KVI Cousin Phube and the distant sweetness with which Cousin Fhcebo treats her Thoro COST OF A WIFE has been a coldness between them but I they will outlive it supiHso Mow a Huston 31 an DlMourutfrd Ills On account of the persecutions sho en IuiiKbtmart Wooer said Hurley dured from tho animal The story is told in tho Boston Umlqet of a sternly young society gentleman wlio had become Psyche shivered and set her hummock to enamored of a young Boston lady whom ho swinging That cooled me better than both fans had met at the sea side So far as birth und Hut dont say another word about him I education goes he is all that can bo desired wish he was executed as well as sentenced but as for menus well his purso is about as Its hard to see our name printed with his slender as ho can possibly tolerate and has and head lines made of what ho eats and little prospect of being much moro plethoric talk1 about If I niudo the luws I should as ho is possessed of neither tho energy nor smot her such creatures in silence and de tho inIinutiou to turn his education und cency as soon as they committed their attainments to account Now the young crimes Poor Uncle Fawcott Do yon mind ladys father is a cool methodical and suc Â¬ if 1 say something wicked cessful business man but genial withrtl Not at all said Hurley Ho liked the young man very woll with cant say it to Cousin Flnelio for she whom he too hud become acquainted during wouldnt aympathlo with me but its been tho summer and whom lie hud Invited to in my mind no long I feel as if I must ex Â¬ call ujon him at his citv homo but ho had press it Of course it was fearful for him judged very accurately tho others iwsltion to bo treated so but -- do you mind my say Â¬ and disposition and when approached not ing something startlingly wicked long since by tho young gentleman rather replied Hurloy thero cooled tho ardor of tho latter in very orig On the contrary are few things I enjoy more thunyoursturt inal and practical way by renuiidng So ling wickedness you would like to pay your addresses to my Well Fm glad he died I guess it was daughter with the possibility of ultimately best for him Ho wasnt comfortable at all offering her your hand hey Now my boy and he would have made it so uncomfortable tako an old mans advice and drop that non for nil other folks Id got into the habit of sense Your baud is thut of a very excel lieing afraid of him You dont know what lent young man so far as I know but Micros a bereaved sense of relief I hud when ho nothing in it and an empty baud would was uatually coveml up in tho family lot hardly suit my daughter I can tell you Wo know just where he was then Ho Why do you know whnt her outiltn cost mo would not want to look hi ut tho window any a year Ho then went on to demonstrate more Now Cupid yoc kmne 1 could not mathematically what an expensive under Â¬ feel toward him as 1 do toward Cousin taking tho young man was foolishly desirous Phoebe Ho bus been tho hugaliooof my of engaging in until tho latter either bored life Aud tho instant I saw Iter I ws In nigh to death or really frightened badly at lovo with her Site grows more delicious as his supiocd narrow escape begged tho old wo got ou too and oven Auntie can find no gentleman to say uo moro and hurriedly fault with her Dont mention it uny whoro took his departure The old gentloinan let that you saw mo out of my mourning to- Â¬ tho story out to an intluiato frlond being day will you unable to keep wholly to himself tho ruso 1 noticed some chango in your appear ho had played and which ho recommended uucoy said Hurley to tho friend oh an oxcollent way of getting On tho black and somberness would kill over a difficulty of this kind without being mo If I never slipped out of it And sho uniucessurily harsh to young undeslrablo doesnt take offense as perhaps 7 should with trcutlcmeu sunk Into unconsciousness nnd woke with tt t amll nillllU ti ifttfi tiilln4 ttu t UVVIHL WilD hJ i H IVV tilinnt lint iwvuv itw my disposition if Â¬ s Â¬ Jbhnny-jurap-up- Â¬ w Â¬ SCHOOL AND CHURCH Thoro nro 1U0 school illatrlcU in Vermont which Imvo less thiui twvlvu pupils In tho rollojjo nml schools in eon nection with the Free Church of Scot laud Mission tit iMudrus there arc ulont 1800 students Denver Col is to havo a college for women modeled after Wullosloy or The Ladies Collego Society Vnssiir which litis tho matter in charge is to bo incorporated and will work in raise 70000 in real estate and cash Archbishop Ileiss of Milwaukee says that of tho 8000000 Roman Cath- Â¬ olics of the United Suites JlOOJOOOuru Germans Of tho eleven Archbishops and sixty Uishops only ono Archbishop Dr Ilciss himself aud eleven Bishops arc Germans All the churches of Baltimore are in a very satisfactory condition spirit- Â¬ ually The Young Mens Christian As eociation of that city has unrolled as members two thousand young men of whom a largo number avail themselves of its educational and bpirituil privi- Â¬ leges Tho corporation of Harvard Uni versity have voted to build a new dormitory to cost 6200000 The plans for tho now building which will he known as Hastings Hall are now being prepared and it is expected that it will he ready for occupancy in Octo Â¬ ber 1889 The Presbyterian ministers of Pitts Â¬ burgh have adopted a resolution de- Â¬ claring their disapprobation of Sunday newspapers The resolution calls up Â¬ on all lovers of law and order and of a religious Sabbath to withdraw their patronage from papers that publish Sunday editions The attempt to force upon the pub- Â¬ lic schools of St Louis an obligation to give special instruction in the German language at an annual expense of OUO was recently voted down by a ma- Â¬ of 4000 in a School Board elect- Â¬ jority ion The platform of the majority was No language but the English should be taught at public expense in tho Â¬ -- schools Jltr C e m zmuA Mimm m f There has just boon sold in Lon Â¬ don the chapel in which John Wesley His diary contains first preached many references to his ministry in West Street Chapel from October Ill 1743 when he preached his lirt ser Â¬ mon there to February 1710 when ho made his last record about preaching there Besides the church pulpit and fittings thero remains in the vestry tho portable pulpit which Wesley was ac Â¬ customed to use when preaching in the open air MULES ALONE ESCAPE TrouchoroUi OulcU taiHl Which Nmu11owmI h 11 1roiKht Kiicluc III the construction of the Kansas Â¬ If- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pacific and Atchison Topeka Santa Fc railroads said II L Carter a railroad contractor of St Joseph to- Â¬ day one dilliculty of frequent occur Â¬ rence was met with which as far as my experience goes is unique in rail Â¬ road history I refer to the trouble arising from quicksands From West Â¬ ern Kansas to the mountain- quick Â¬ sands are to ho found in nearly every stream no matter how small and to successfully bridge them required an expenditure out of all proportion tot he Wo sizo of the stream to be crossed tried pile driving but tho longest piles disappeared without touching bottom Then filling with earth aud stone was attempted aud met with equally poor success as the quicksand was apparently capable of swallowing the entire Kooky Mountains The only means of crossing a quicksand was found to bo to build short truss bridges across them This was very expensive but was the only tiling to be done As an instance of the prac- Â¬ tically bottomless nature of the quick Â¬ sands I may cite the case of an engine that ran oil the track at River Bund about ninety miles oast of Denver on the Kansas Pacific The engine a large froight fell into a quicksand and in twenty minutes had entirely disap Â¬ peared Within two days the company sent out a gang of men aud a wreck Â¬ ing train to raise the engine To their surprise they could not liud any trace of it Careful search was made mag Â¬ netized rods woro sunk to tho depth of sixty live fcut but no engine could la found It had sunk beyond human ken and from that day to tlds lias Cattle ami never boon discovered horses are frequently lost the onl animal that is safe being a mule tho only animal that never gets caught No greater instance of the intelligence of tins much maligned quadruped i 11 ho cited than tho skill aud care av i t H which it avoids all unsound bottom As its hoofs are much smaller and nar Â¬ rower than those of a horse it would mire down places where a horse could safely pass Recognizing this fiiL whenever a mule feels tho ground giv Â¬ ing away under its feet it draAis IjhoVc instantly ami can not ho itduccd to advance a step although a whole drove of horses may have immediately preccdod Those who think that a mule Is stupid are very much inlsiak - ou hi Joi u Post Minimi i I - fJF WMMMM Hazel Green Herald KENTUCKY SPKXCKlt COOIHH Publisher HAZEL GREEN OH COIVIE AND HELP ME OUTl TJiorc nrn some folkH who of advlco Will nuvertnliou bit Though ntfo utul rlpo oxperionco May often oftor it Ami yet vht thoy in trouble Rot Kor aid they loudly cry Ami nlil from any friond Who chnneos to bo nlh IMko enrc you Buy thlsrond Is Ot hollows hcronbout Hut on they counhooditiR till You hear them splash and shout Oh dear Ive fallen into otic Prny come and help mo outl Now fi Its my llrm opinion that If thoy wore let to stay Awhllo vlmrci thoy had placed themselves Twotild be thu hotter way And then perehnnco while struggling hnrd Thev ro ichod dry ground onco more Theyd iMen to tho vol5 of those Whod irone that way before Hut jtist us long as some Rood soul Forgetting sneer and tlout Ivtius to their rescue Just so long I havent any tloubt Such folks lis these will fall In holes And cry Come help mo out I fit r per isazar kussi accustoms How Marriages and Funorala Aro Managed Wootni Conducted by lald lmlmnutora Wiiiitliis t Atwuy at Night Sin- Â¬ gular Hcuth AnnoimcomimU IIiirliH a KM 01 In no feature in Knssiun life is thoro wider variance between the order of doing things in Anieriea than cotirt lilp and marriage Every thing is done by negotiation and marriage embassadors aro qnite as common and respectable as probate lawyers in the United States Until a few years ago tho popular age of marriage was very low Boys fourteen or iiftuun years old nml girls from twelve to fourteen married and the parents were universally glad of it As soon as the girl got out of swad- Â¬ dling clothes or tho boy could amble around on the streeLs the parents be iran to east about for i match When au opportunity presented itself tho embassador was employed and negotiations were begun Thus it fre- Â¬ quently happened that there was a be Â¬ trothal beforo cither of the contract- Â¬ ing parties knew any thing about the existence or object of the marriage vow Finally this thing becamo an excess and tho Government declared it a crime for persons to marry under or above certain ages Now the male under eighteen or over eighty years of age and tiie females are forbidden to wed till they are sixteen or after they are sixty And there are restraints against frequent marriages which would quite discourage the profession- Â¬ al widowers and widows of the United States If yon marry twice tho law of the church which is tho law of tho land gives you two years penance which means exclusion for that length of timo from holy communion Should you marry threo times livo years penance aro given To marry a fourth time is to sever relations from tho church forever and invite the condem- Â¬ nation of tho Saviour Remarriages are unknown here and separations are Â¬ final Girls of marriageable ngc and women of respectability are very sel- Â¬ dom scon upon tho streets alone Generally a male servant follows in closo proximity Should a boy or man see a girl or woman ho admires ho t I f makes post haste to au embassador employs him and marriage negotia- Â¬ tions begin It is tho business of the negotiator to represent to tho parents and tho girl tho good qualities of tho young man to show his ability his grace tine appcarahco and business Ho worth to their best advantage generally pleads his caso woll Sol- dom is time given for consideration If tho lineage and tho personal quali- Â¬ ties suit tho paronts first and tho girl latterly tho offer is accoptod It is f i 1 I r then the business of the embassador to fetch forth the young man Thoy kiss fix tho dato and partako of a bc- trot hal suppor tho only porsons pros- out being tho family of tho young lady the young man and his nogo- tintor No announcomont of tho match is made Not until tho wedding knot is tied does tho glib embassador get his pay It thou doponds upon tho stu- Hon of tho partial to tho match the sternness and intrhniay of tho caso and Sonio- tho liborality of tho vliont mako Mm presents times both partios and ho fares well Usually ho profits to about tho same oxtont as the prose- Â¬ cuting 1 iwyor in tho United States when ho gets a divorce proceeding through At ono timo thoro was a fixed day It was Whit for match making Monday and was known as tho day Tho summer for choosing brides gardens were tho exhibiting placos Tho anxious mothers woro present in force and tho sollcltlous fathers looked after their sons Tho girls were dressed in all tho finory thoy could buy or borrow Thoy had silks sat- Â¬ cdthata call is desired or that a dinner HONEST CARL DUNDER PERSONAL AND LITERARY ins laces and jowols Somo of thorn or theater party is on hand for it Ho Call on Â¬ the 1oIIoa Bergenia and Re R C O Bonjamln a colorod man woro gaudy The girls wore placod In means that Mikol StrokofT is dead lates Another Tale of Woe who has boon granted permission to Uwiw and tho fathers with their sons and Sorgoant that this is tho Russian way of an Â¬ said Carl Dundor as ho praotico law at Los Angolca is report Â¬ passed along In review Tho latter nouncing it Tho propor thing is to di Â¬ softly slid into tho Woodbrldgo fctrcot ed to bo tho lirst membor of his race made mental memoranda of tho girls rect a note to tho deceased at his station yoBterdny mobbo I llko you admitted to tho California bar and during tho following week nego Â¬ lato residence expressing regret at tho to oxplaln something to mo woman who has tiations followed Althou h this cus- Â¬ death and wishing that tho Kingdom I suppose you havo boon swindled overTho only livingofllco hold a public tom has been almost abolished it is of Heaven may bo tho homo of the de- Â¬ again in England savo Queen Victoria la Miss Francos yet observed to some extent and the parted Vholl how can I holp him Not summer garden on a Whit Monday is Every church In Russia has an army things vhas two times alike in ilia Lord who was for years superintend- Â¬ ent of tho kindergarten system an interesting place to visit The girls of monks who have renounced all country Yesterday a man comes in aro modest and ofttlmes pretty It is understood at Holland Patent physical effort to mako a livelihood my placo und says vhas I Carl DuudorP that Miss Rose Elizaboth Clovoland re- Â¬ Russian marriages Invariably take and when a death occurs they go out I vhas All right Say Mr Dundor place at night ami if they aro among and announce to tho immediate neigh Â¬ I like you to keep fife dollar for mo a ceives 16000 for lior two years serv- Â¬ the peasants to which class tho ne- borhood the sad event They prepare leodle while If 1 play pool mlt dor ices and tho uso of hor nanio as tho gotiation custom is now mostly con the body for burial get tho under- Â¬ poys 1 go broke If I leaf him xuit you head of a prlvato school in Now York lined tho embassador who made tho taker keep tho candles burning for I vhas all right Hermann tho magician says ha has boon around tho world threo times match is the principal guest First three days and nights read the pray Â¬ And you took it tho wedding garments receive the ers almost continually over the corpse Of course If I can obligo 8omo- - looking for a ghost Ho doesnt be priests blessing- the paronts solemnly and see that the flowers generally of pody I like to do him 1 put dot bill liovo in nny supernatural manifesta- Â¬ Ho says tho best bless tho daughter and son at their re- Â¬ porcelain wax or paper aro placed in my wallet und in abottdttwo hours tions of any kind kind of sleight-of-han- d spective homes and tho sacred pictures just so on the catafalque tricks or mind Tho corpse der mans come aroundt Home more aro three times waved over the heads is never left alone and thus tho Mr Dundor I vhas oafor so mooch reading exhibitions aro accompanied of the contracting partios If tho par- Â¬ monks are serviceable as watchers obliged to you for your kindness und by tho aid of accomplices ties are of sulHcicnt importance as to Many of the monks are professional I take my money back If you could There aro nine surviving have attendants the lady in honor mourners and if the deceased is with- Â¬ bo so extremely kind as to gif me life of Massachusetts namely leads the bride elect to the carriage out friends the mourning will bo at dollar in silver I always remember Georgo S Boutwoll Henry J Gard- Â¬ and then they proceed to tho church tended to just the same you ner Nathaniel P Banks William Claf The bridegroom in prospect i3 mean- Â¬ And you did lln William Gaston Alexander II Finally the funeral day arrives while at Ins own home and couriers Friends and neighbors collect at the Vholl Hike to obligo somopody Rice Bonjamln F Butler John D from his affianced brides abode run to house of the deceased to say their final und I gif him silver Long and Georgo D Robinson tell him it is time to meet his bride at farewell And tho bill was a bad one of Miss Ruth Ouorly ono of tho six This done a procession is the sanctuary So the bridegroom formed Some prococd beforo tho course That game is twenty years pretty and clever daughters of Civll elect puts out for the church When corpse bearing candles and crosses old Servico Commissioner Oborly is one the pair proceed to tho altar they carry and to church they go Ho was somo games oh of tho wittiest young women in Wash Â¬ Every body wax tapers and the belief is that the along the roads in the fields streets Of course Its a wonder the boys ington society Sho recently remarked taper which lirst burns out marks tho shops everywhere seeing tho proces Â¬ havont played it on you before Peoplo reside In Boston livo in New Any one lirst to die In the upper circles sion stops uncovers the head is silent thing else York dwell in Philadelphia sojourn in there is the wedding ring and tho cere Â¬ and crosses three times whispering Vholl a shentlemans comes along Washington and Inhabit Chicago mony pledging faith and tealty much meanwhile some portion of ono of the two or three days ago mit fur on his Souovery nice distinctions aro hero tho same as in America While tho numerous ejiurch prayers It is an oafercoat Vhas I Carl Dunder I made in an epigrammatic way latter part of the ceremony is taking impressive scene and all is conducted vhas All right Mr Dunder you Charles Edward Lester an old time place mixed wine and water is passed in tho most solemn reverential and vhas known all oafor Cleveland und writer and journalist in Now York to the assembly After the ceremony sincere manner Tho Russian seems der shildrens cry for you 1 gif ton and for eight years United States Con Â¬ the priest and bridal couple walk three to care little for his life but has tho tousand dollar if 1 vhas llko you but sul at Genoa Italy was last week times around the inaloy where rest tho most profound respect for a funeral dere vhas only one Call Dunder found in a beggarly condition in New cross and gospels When the exhorta Â¬ procession Shake oldt fellow York and taken care of by friends He is said the pair must kiss three tion And you shook While the funeral procession moves is an old man seventy two years old times Then there is a benediction some one in it chants tho service It Vholl doan 1 feel tickled dot some and ono of his best works was The and tho bride and bridegroom sro to may bo in a low voice but it is pody in Cleveland hears of me We Glory and Shame of England pub Â¬ getherand kiss all the holy pictures on chanted Inside tho church tho coflin haf some peer und he tells me dot he lished in 1811 His latest works are the icouastos Tho whole proceeding is laid beforo tho chancel gates ta Â¬ lose all his money mid der depot by a Lifo and Services of Charles Sumner occupies half an hour pers are handed to all assembled tho tief He doan like to see his name in and Our First Hundred years If the marriage is in society circles Gospel is read and thon a prayer is der newspapers und so ho keeps Count von Moltko is very simple a feast follows at the house of the offered Something described by the shtill in his habits Whereas most Germans And he wanted to borrow of you brides parents and tho guests get sacrilegious as a passport for tho eat livo times a day he has onlj threo drunk If tho marriage is in the dead but known in tho church as the of course meals which he takes punctually at Oh no If I let him haf ten dollar eight twelve and five Ho is very familes of tho pjyisantry tho bride Â¬ confession of the faithful soul is groom loads the bride to his home p aced in the hands of the corpse It on his diamond pin he takes him back fond of family life and often play There on the stops to tho home his is a prayer offered by S Theodosius of in two days Here vhas dot pin with his little nephews and nieces who Worth twenty five cents said the live in his house parents stand to greet them and they Keif for absolution from sin and Em Â¬ Ho seldom re- Â¬ are blessed with bread and salt While peror Vladimir who was buried with sergeant after an inspection That ceives company but has an occasional this is going on somo of tho neighbors it in 988 made it compulsory in burial diamond is only glass musical evening He seldom taken Und vhas dero some deeference bc present give them milk to drink and services Tho priest tolls the assem- Â¬ part in tho conversation except by a pour over them barley and down Tho bly to give the deceased their last kiss twoen diamond und glass short pitliy romark Ho is very fond I should remark first is in hope that the children of the the coflin is closed tho lid soldered That was a rank of whist couple may be white instead of black and it is carried to the grave then tho swindle Any thing else Vholl dot vhas curious if I vhas and tho second that tho newly mated priest throws a handful of dirt upon HUMOROUS shwindled pecnuso dot mans almost may livo harmoniously for ninny it exclaiming Tho earth is tho When woro jcttlnB alonir in years cry vhen ho talks to inc Dis morning Russian husbands and wives fight like Lords and the fullness thereof ote And more of thu world wo hoc dogs and cats The couple enter the tho wineglass used for the oxtromo some more stranger conies in Ho haf It almont makes us weep to thlnlc How fresh we used to bo house and review tho customary unction is thrown into the grnvo to- Â¬ a book und a pencil und ho savs if I Jattamine Kj Journal courtesies and retinue They sit down gether with some nshea from the leaf dot package in dor express ollice Tho pretty maiden fell ovorboard on a bench and tho mother-in-laor incense of each member the ono day longer ho vhas soldt for oldt and her loror leaned over the sido of some other female relative romoves family throws in a handful of horse I doan got somo notice of dot tho handkerchief which covers the earth and in many places a Russian package but ho says it vhas a look the boat as she rose to the surface Give mo your hand blushing brides face braid her long ladder is erected by tho side of tho cof- Â¬ oafor It vhas a dollar to pay und I and said Please ask papa sho said as she tresses and places upon her head a fin to assist tho soul in ascending to should go oop pooty queek sunk for the second time Boston And you paid married womans head dress Heaven after which the grave is tilled Vholl if somo expressman says it Courier It is now late at night may be but Then tho family and friends return Anxious mother to hor husband Can a wedding breakfast is served to the house to partake of the funeral vhas a dollar how shall I help it Im afraid you aro giving the I tell dot oxpress company to go mit with great spirit Originally it was feast This is frequently interrupted baby too much sugar Roubon tho custom among tho peasants for with prayers and the arrival of beg Â¬ Texas und keep dot package And eo you paid and went to tho Father who thinks ho understands tho bride and bridegroom to retire gars Tho latter are treated as guests grocers tricks JNot at all my doar during the breakfast Then as now and are given alms besides so that u ollleo Of course und dore vhas no pack Â¬ I want him to have plenty of grit all men on all occasions wore boots funeral is an oasis for them plenty of sand In his crop I you and although then as now every Thoso of ample means who bury age for me know He was a fraud Certainly not bed chamber had a boot jack the members of their faniilios mako tho Thoro is ono thing about me Any thing else bride must pull off her lords boots event ono for atoning for their sins aaid Dumley as he wrote his name in Yes Sergeant look on me Before the marriage ceremony he fixed and have daily mass said at their tho hotel register I pay as I go and Im looking a scheme to determine her lot in life house for more than a month They Any baggage I vhas going homo I go pchind dont you forget it In ono boot ho secreted the surplus give to all beggars and spread a mid Â¬ No Then my bar und take off my coat und demanded tho clerk gold and silver coin ho possessed If day lunch to which all aro invited slimile In a few minutes a shontlo you wont pay is you go youll pay aa tho bride pulled the boot possessing Easter week is observed most sacredly you come Two dollars please and Vhas dis Carl Dunder tho valuables first she not only got by all Russians who have lost mem- Â¬ man comes in He Ylias Mr Dunder we haf a leodle dont you forgot it the money but immunity against ever bers of their family They say requi- Â¬ There Is a young lady in Keokuk drawing her husbands boots in tho ems and load tho graves with candles poll tax on your head und you doan come oop mit uer city nan Dor tax la who is six foot four inches tall future If however she first got and flowers and coins to make tho hold of the boot not containing the heavenward passage of the deceased vhas ono dollar and you and she is engaged to bo married And what The man who won her did it in these money she was subject to her hus Â¬ easy Moscow Cor Louisville Courier He vhas a corpso mlt his neck words If ho choose to uso Journal bands whims Thy beauty sot my soul drIqw prokv und I goes oafer mlt der patrol her hands for a boot jack at any time Id wed thoo right or wrong box und sends for dor wagon I like ho was licensed to do so and she had A Brilliant Latin Scholar Man wants but littlo horo below oop mit dor poys If dore you to come no recourse ilut wants that littlo long It is a fortunate wifo whoso husband vhas somo inquest you can shpoak for Of course in tho higher grades of Exchange Russian circles tho customs partako not only knows more than she does me dot I vhas otidt of my head mit In tho Departments 110 a m more of tho America n anil English but has the grace to enlighten her Ig Â¬ my troubles Good pye Sorgoant Look Chief to IndustrlousClerk Why didnt otidt vhou dot bell rings Somo hens you dot tho i in tho last Avord of your But in tho country and among the or Â¬ norance without putting on airs Detroit Free Press I see that a post mortem examina- Â¬ vhas on dinary folks the olden time usages aro Industrious Clerk report last night Tho wile is ex Â¬ tion is often made in murder eases obsorvod oven now I beg your pardon but you hoo tho Mr Chatelaln who recently visited clock struck pected to stay at home and look after What does a post mortein examination four just at that point and Mnlnnge a large town in the interior asked tho young wifo of her I didnt euro to work overtime her man children and know nothing mean Chief of Africa about 2iO miles west of apologizes and writes to tho Secretary The fasts and festivals of tho church says that as he entered tho in regard to allowance A post mortem examination afford about tho only relief from mo- Â¬ my Loanda for extra work plauojho heard harmonious sounds pro Â¬ Critic notony a Russian wife ever finds Liv- Â¬ dear is intended to allow the victim to ceeding from a long building where he ing away from tho world it is no won Â¬ state verbally his own testimony found quite a number of Americans Questions of political economy der tho Russian women m often de against his assailant and is taken down singiug tho songs of will stray into tho most sorlous mo Â¬ their native laud pond upon the witcheraftery of women in writing Dont you think to the accompaniment of an organ a ments of your life Thanks darling and you wont modieal advisors for their physical Evelina dear that you dr need a lit- Â¬ violoncello and a cornet They were euros and have so many superstitions look down on me because I havent Possibly Georgo one of Bishop Taylors missionary tlo or protection All Russian your education about spiritual ailments But I dont know as I am In favor of Their cheerful singing tho Ho said ho wouldnt Medical World bands women aro superstitious and the per And then vivacity of their movements and tho so much raw matoriall ho picked up his hat and wont out In Â¬ cent of thoso educated is probably good color of tho five children and lower than any other civilized women Boston Young Lady Dont say threo women in tho party convinced to the damp fog of a relentless world How in tho world Purse proud shoo dealor vase Polly the word is pronounced thu traveler that tho climate of Cer- Â¬ In Russia must exercise ofton havo 1 told you not to disfigure Country Cousin vnwzo An American Malango is far from boing as enervat Â¬ great care and deliberation in acting tainly doar Well as I was saving I ing as that of the coast This station goods with big prlco marks P Poor Thoso aro two dollar kills upon lettors notes and Invitations re Â¬ went down town to buy some huvze to is tho furthest inland of any of Bishop clerk and I marked the figure 2 on the bot- Â¬ He trim my hat and I walked at such a Taylors Angola missions his Russian friends ceived from tom to mako them sell The ladles would do woll to consult a native pawze that people must have thought mistake the price mark for the num Â¬ ho receive a missive making an 1 was in for a rawze anil when I got to ShoitU If you dont give a cow water alio Young man I told you novor the store my fawo was as red as fire gives no milk but tho more water ber annouiiromont like this to call at my house again but 1 tako it Do correct mo when I say any thing a milkman has the loss milk he gives Mllie rftnkoft RomU hla conipllmonis all back If you want my daughter and lw yoi may livo long tountrlled wont you Auasi HWazia ruck you can havd hor 0iaAi WorhL the recipient luuilnot take it for grant- - Moston Ucucon -- m Â¬ - i nim w m 11 if lTa Subscription -- Hazel Green Herald JtayjoAtliiihiMiiiy tlm WtvlVSiW m a Year Nino PENCEll COOPER rTKiTroiI KY ComnicntfiiKoii tlie oVomTenjul difles tfor Congress from the Ashland DiHfriut the Lexington lrcss says First of all Mulligan thi btst Sfnto Legislator since flay km well as the purest a man whose tongue almost entirely control the Legislature lioeiiiisc he Is not only a pure but a remarkably able and experienced man and can do more work In one day than the average Legislator can in a mouth He winks at no job or schemes occpt to An exceedingly courteous blight them and kind hearted man except when punc turing some schemer and then his wit and sareasm are its effective as a tarantulas bile He hns all the persistence of Henry Irccn vjlle without his meanness a man with the grip of allidrs that eliaraeteriid the lied Cardinal of France No mail that ever went from this district could represent it with molt loyalty and ability And when the battle commences for the nomination the plume of Mulligan will wave in the thickest of the fight and his battle ae of logic and rapier of wit will crack numerous slates that were fixed ho nice Mulligan needs no recommendation but his record We endorse every word of tho above and if the feeble assistance Tin Hkuaid ean lend his chances may bo of any value Hon a mich II Mumicav may com mand us Â¬ GRAND OPENING For Ann q m O TMT Kkiday KAZEL GREEN tMniiury 2 1888 allnnrand Winter Requisites m n j rmTirkir JDJXJHLUJfl O JT21JLVIU U D A f DEMOCRATIC TICKET Hon SMKitlMG C JIAXKH CrKlecthm Monday AogunL tf 1S8 Gov BuciUfKK hits iigain bIiowii the interest Uo feel in tlu people of liin Iommon wealth by vetoing the charter of the Kentucky Midland Railroad Wo oxtract from his veto message the follow ing facts which show to what eorpdrutionbwillgo when giVcn a uMancc The scheme in this charter Was one of gigantic magnitude and had it become law the people would have paid dearly JLXiW MOUNT STERLING KY rnusnal inducements in every depart ment in inv immense Htabushnicut After Hpcndlng several days in the mar kets for merchandise lit prices that touch every pocket and catch every eye Â¬ Trrivr9rN k kt tt rN TkTTiTffT OlUJJQilt 7 New Groods Low Prices LADHuS 1TKNIfcslIJNO HOODS COLOU101 JOOOS PLAIN lLAID and KTKfPICDTUlCOATS all colors DRYdOODS JHIS utni I am prepared to show you goods ami prices that are without precedent in thN city My reputation as the leader of low prices shall he unrivalled this coming winter as evcrv department is tilled with new goods and at prices that will sell New Goods Low Prices KIN H SUITS OVKKCOATS KNGLISH MKIrOXS DIACiONA LS WOKSTKDS and CORKSCRICW SUITS Hand Made ROOTS oi SHOES Of all descriptions MKNS LOWS CHILDRLNS CA S I LMIC CLOTHING for their whistle The tliirty foiirtlnuitliorius the railroiul to build brnucliis iroiu paid rtmd and Immchus Jrom such hranehus and to eon solltlate with any other road or rends- ill ruarty constructed or hcrcanr made and the provihioiiH of tills act shall extend to such branchcH and extension and to the counties precinct cities and towns lying upon or adjacent thereby Construed together these sections mean that the road might successively project its hruudios and make its consolidations in such a milliner that it would never be completed and would therefore be for over exempt from taxation whilst constantly enveloping In Its grasp the new licbls on which to levy its contributions With porimitui to go where it please to consolidate w ith such eorpointions a may jsiiit itsintcrests to carry to its allied roads all the privileges of its own charter to cs tablisk branehvs where it may choose and to project branches fioin these branches in any direction and to distance without limit to levy contribution almost at will upon almost any county in IlieStatc with permis sion given to the icneriil Council of any city iimr Triibtt es of any town to guarantee the entire bonded debt of the company principal and interest with perpetual exemption from tuxnt ion with all these vast and dangerous privileges y t the coinpam is not even required to define its route or to commence the construction of its road way until it uiits its own eoiivviiieim The proprietor of the franchises of immense pecuniary value wliicb it lias received by donation as a company nmde rich by lcejs latum at th cxjmmiw of the people did not earnestly suggest to you who ure so near to the people whom you directly represent to correct the ill advised legislation of sonic of your predecessors by eliniiiatiiig from Â¬ x Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 shirts rlaxkkts jkrshys KLLOANT LINK OF LAWKS AND MISSES XICW MA UK KTS and CLOAKS HOSIERY OLOYKS KL ANNULS all prices and all qualities SHAWLS them UNDERWEAR am starting this season with over 1000 dozen of all the staple and stand ard makes of Merino Casluners Camels Hair etc and will letail single garments for ladies men and children for los than other and smaller dealers in this town have to pay jobbers for same qualI Â¬ UKS HATS AND CARS OF ALL KINDS TRUNKS AND YALISFS Â¬ itc COMPANIONS ETC KTO Anderson C Jiiiauiihcrry fauiiliarly a brilliant writer and splen knowu as I did fellow left ycsteiday for Iooncsboro and other places in the mountains lie took leaks the photographer along The ob ject of this trip is an illustrated article in the Courier lourual Look out for it Lex ington Sundij Press Mr Â¬ New Goods Low Prices Â¬ ities T7tf New Goods Low Prices ITWNW Ml Â¬ w A its T jjSWS YOUR PATRONAGE of Rest KnglMi Steel and Unig old fellow if you want to illustrate the prettic t spot on CimiIs green foot stool and write up the best people under the broad canopy ol high heaven direct your steps hither ward and do it on the double quick too You ean here find the readcin of the Courier Journal food for thought as ong as they aie pose sed of a think Come and whether your coining tank be in the stilly solitude of night or the sparkling sunshine of day you shall be We never lock our doors and welcomed Now liSH BALDRIDGE HOGANularSAW CO Mautilactiirers in t ri Wh TFcjr - V7 KS2 MMMs i At iBJ Also Dcnlcrs in Fills - m Wm M ill T LEATHER AND CUM BELTING Our Clrctiliir imvi stjuiil lit Hit- ln nd nl tin- - iiuulwi on tlielr uihukms Swmcs Finery Wheels iuitt in uim KniKiislilp toiilineH fj k rM 1 tciiiMi iintl oimlil ol jtii1 AImiii toll line of IYeiiHi Itiiml saws in vtoek ol our own importuHon Jinil cliihllfltA ol li l i wHW the latch stiing dangles on the outside that vour entrance inav not be delaved Some person wasted the price of a valentine an envelope and u stamp by sending a valentine to the editor It was a misfit The person who scut it bad better look into his or her own eye and see if the beam isnt there Sentinel Democrat Â¬ it1 LARGE CIRCULAR Iriee- - Send A SPECIALTY SAWS Im Priee List it talh warranted ami at Roek liottoni si lli coiim 7 Vine ancJ 861 Water Streets CINCINNAT8 O Work All 1 repaii K T Day tt nleis si lit to Jhiel Jreea Kj for tint nrk ui tus fm will he promptly forwarded to us nntl will have our best iitteiitinn mj llv JKi SM Green Hulfaker 5ir W Main IT II with 1 TAYIOIt DAY KLiiYl DAY KKL1Y 15 DAY Co Wliiilisale Deilers in JHggQ HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY Inbaw man whv dont vou utilize it by converting it into wrappers for sin- Â¬ gles Thats the way we dispose of similar trash but no one disturbs us with valentines They probably realize that it would be wasting sweetness on the listing railroad legislation all prhileges desert air and they are right which are of an obuoxiouh character and Oh no IJro Cooper Polk Johnson who hasnt got a t in his name is not the ediWin tor of the In and About column M Â¬ Boots and Shoes Street LOriHVILLK w f ICY nil restricting these corporations to the exereise if purely legitimate powcis The act now under consideration is intended to coufiriu sad perpetuate sucU dangerous powers Impressed as i am with the pernicious ten dency of such legislation J would be recre ant to my duty if I did not do so Since the above was in type a bill with the objectionable clauses stricken out was presented and panned SIEVBRS CARSON WHOLESALE Largest Stock AND RETAIL Lowest Prices Â¬ Â¬ Hull presides over that department Ucattyvillc Iatcrpiise Well then we beg Mr IIuus pardon for the mistake reiterate that it is one of the very best features in the C I and herewith render unto him the hull credit of making it so ompany 537 rclware Vest Arain Street alily 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 aiiif LOUISVILLE LOUIS ST1X WHUliKSAIJ- D K Locki liruoiirM VXamiy frditor of the Toledo Ohio Blade died in that city Wednesday week of consump tion in the fifty fifth year of his age Reentered the ollice of tbo Cortlandt N Courier su an upprentice when billy eleven years of age He nerved tcven years and then traveled over the United State iw a jour printer lie published several newspapers with vary- Â¬ ing success and finally gaining control e the Toledo Blade made the weekly a national reputation His wife and three grown sons one of whom hi connected with the Blade siuvivo him Ho left an cstato climated at 1000000 oaclu siyo of Ida newspaper property Â¬ the reformed gambler whom everybody that ever stood pat or made blind good on II Iuicicn Jonathan A Young Wife Said to her Husband of Mv dear I CO dreamed last night that vou were an A unci What in that a sign a bob tailed flush will remember is reported as being in New York hunting a quiet lay out where he ean pass in I E He is his last stack of ivories seeking a resting place for his bones when Death calls tho turn OiTKitMotTH DKAJKIW IN was doubtless letting stench when that HACE ft UNION STREETS Louisville endeavored to TKIBD barkeeper at close the sewer with a beer spigot We are surprised that a city of Louisvilles alilv chastity contains so unsavory a Councilman flow soino very foul Â¬ NOTIONS c Cincinnati A foul stomach was his unpoetic answer People who have no such pleasant night visions and awake feeling as though they had had no rest nerves all unstrung wondering What en earth is the matter with me would better take some simple treatment in TBIE Persons will neglect themselves and put oil treatment until their health is gone What would you think of the authorities of a great city ivitli its miles ol sewerage to take away the filthy accumulations of streets and alleys allowing the from decaying sewerage to choke up and upread contagion and poisonous Yet your course is jus t as lN WISE The matter to blight that city by disease human body is well provided with all that is iiecesary to carrying oir the unclean and you uPow it accumulate and decompoe bringing all manner of ill to the flesh An old Chinese proverb is Iveep vour feet warm your head cool and your Make a memorandum ol tliis and try it and if you dont keep well bowels open there is uo truth in the world gcs The House tU Frankfort refused yesterday to adjourn uud attend the seiul ecntnnial uubnitin of the founding of the Common School system of Kentucky There are per miih in this Httite who insist that anything Kouueetcd with c having rofcrenee to buliool sUould be of paramount interest to the House of Ucprcsontattvus but Its mem ber appear to think otherwise Courier Journal Fob 17 Where- - ignorance is Wiss tis folly tu be wiw and the Holons fearing they might learn something by contact with the educators of tho State dreaded the consequences Â¬ Hon Evan Sirrrri had his little pauper idiot hill settled oven better than we hud hoped for in tho Legislature last week Â¬ WARREN BOOTS Will do the business for vou LITTLE CALVERTS Sold and guaranteedLIVER PILLS i 1 CO T DAY M 1 Maiialiietiirersaiid Wholesale Dealers in Iliixrl ireenKv PI Kit ATT t iHtO Kd Ky VAlliJIX Canipton Ky And all General Stores in ftisri rn Kentuckv A tO bv At a reeent meeting in Canipton some eitiens nfWolfe County resoluted against railroatU SHOES The Cincinnati Ejiijuircr ban n new tows nnd it is matin up of the pettiest vattera wo havu seen It is unadorned villi pjinief get up shows 11 a nnTli the potentate Itisu m peculation ewapnc from avny backiuid of cm- - Sick headache wind on the ntomucl nausea nro promptly jet ovonU Uiece to no huk and illwhilo billiousne banished by Dr J II and Mc nlea agreoably twclety columntt uro a treub i and Kidney Pillets fiiven tlio scandals on tho Htrcot Ono Leans Little Li vor vial Sold by CI I Swango turnrf to It for ull tho news nnd it novcr 2r cents ti thiiiifeiiibi muLliroufc o f punsy uusticy uuc in iw heap of hustle it printB a nt moii nf IniV oqlllll flH W11 or 1 1 J f j Tho purpose wan to stifleu eolunin of eertain Ieislatnis No Oil Main Street 10 Summer St tho spinal Boston who aro Htioklerx for what tlioy thnik Louirivillo Ky will guard the rights of the peoJo U JKafReproseuted by We are slow to belie vo that any eonsid- ornblo numlHp of tho people of that IHtUkburn nJly county endore siuh views The people 1 L CJ Harrett Danlnp 115 DunlaptW of WolTe 0mnly have in ujl the years Htaniling agone been lying sitting BROS nud poverty for tho want of InignoiMiuw Wholesale Manufacturers of railroad taeiUtiesind nrc likely toreuiain in tho Nunc Clnditiou for many years to eonio if tttt v contlnuo to follow these t Sentinel blind leaderrt of tho blind IlLfip FBES H AND CLEAN liss Merchandise J js now complete consisting of Dry Goods No Â¬ tions Ladies and Gents Hoots ami Shoes Hats nnd Gaps Queonswaro Hardware Groceries Jruys Saddleiw and a variety of articles too numerous and too tedious to mention I am now receiving Xew Goods and my stock of General ul DUHUP CO I propose to sell them Cheaper for Spot Cash than ever before known in this market Call on me and you can Save Biff Monev Ill divide profits with you QR SADDLES HARNESS ETC AND B SWANGO O UKAJhtlS ix W HOWE WUOLKHALU DKAMJIl IN SADDLERY HARDWARE 728 and 730 AT Main St LOULSV1LLK KY firltcprcHented by IlOll NUKNKIIY KENTUCKY WHISKIES and Mountain Brandy Wain Street n -- U i l MT STERLING KY o WTZZTZZm jk jfcfla TOP fr3 OUR COAL ANDsTIMBER LANDS Wiisn liiiirer Mrciilatliin in the ninttiidilnsib tliiui mi v paper In tin Mnic mid iiKiuluints initt others u lulling o nil tin xiili id KuMcrn Kentucky will I ml it Till lirST ADVIfllTtHIXU MKIMlM fHE 3 IbRALB WASTHEDOGRABID Mr Sam tli iny Wllmm Altiuloil by it ItoiieliIe Cur ami Jlmlly Mitten Sam Jlonry Wlkiu living on Red ltiver and one of the best citizens in Wolfe County met with a painful and ilia feared a serious accident last Fri dayr Hi daughter cot thu dog si littlo bench legged cur onto some chickens for the purpose of securing one to kill and the dog getting the wrong one Miss Wilson attempted to beat him oil when he turned upon and attacked her Mr WMhon who has only one arm went to his daughters assistance and the dog in turn turned upon him Crabbing Mr Wilson by his only hand and sinking tcelh and tusk clear through the palm the blood thirsty brute held on with the tenacity of a turtle tearing ami lacerating the flesh at every dibit its victim made to release himself The time oc copied by this occurrence was short and the family hurried to the rescue Py dint of well directed licks with clubs pokers rocks and other missiles the dog was made let go his hold ami was prompt ly killed Mr Wilson has suffered se verely with the wound and as the dog an old one had never been guilty of such capers before there aie some fears that hydrophobia may result We hope however that these fears may prove groundless and that Mr W may soon be restoied to the full Use of his hand and he himself again JlHrrn Kentucky in i lirM insertion J cntN iiuiiicli for Itll HIlllMtpleilt imoiton inch Advorilalng Rotoo tTYnniieiit ntlvertiM nietils 7 ccnls mi NTNII1U AnVKIITISKMKNTS I L iufln vcitr 1 Ml I lnilis lycnr lOO it year flOO inches inches 1 veil i 1 1 liiicliv your viiir 17o0 12010 rl luiil notice butes if ro ratesniiliirjcriulvertfvciiicnts f ffpvelul oo lino with ViMMiTitiK mill lor liitf iinv per cent nil Â¬ line of candidate for flii Aiiunitucciuciit ollicei l State or toiinty ollieei call on pcroii to liceoine candidates mill their answers ecnls a line iiniuiitlih in advance he upon the ft 4u mneuill lluokentered paid for -until MiliMriptiiiii and all uhtcriplloiis are stopped nt cpira lion of time paid for notice of w hieh will p indicated iiy a cro on the mark inaruiii in front of jour niiine A pioiiiii i ciieu ill only will insure its continuance SIM2NTU COOIKU rurtfwi mfiwmiiiiwu death notices free tri iioit and olilliiuries o cents a liriet laallt X HERE AND THERE Look out for the lied X do on your It denotes that your time is up and pmior iinlcbs renewed at once the paper will top eoinim t lodsey of this place confined to his homo with diptlioria I Ion is Cravens of this place made u living visit to Sharpshurg last week re turning Tiioduy 1 r Last Sunday being the regular appoint nient Kev Mr Kib preached inoiiiiug and evening at the Christian Church in this place Ky and Lexington You write theni for price on mattings will he hurprined at the bargains you can secure Hcc the new JSrowcr A Co advorti euMit of C V Creenberry Litlle formerly of this county and who left here for Hutching Texas is now located at Navajo Indian Territory to which place he lm requested us to mail his 1Ijkam When nature falters and requires help recruit her enfeebled energies with Dr II McLeans Strengthening Cordial and Mood Luiilier 100 per bottle Sold J 15 Swango by Hazel Jrcen I Our devil has stumbled onto the following and wants somebody to translate it into English took stand to taking J Â¬ you throw my A set of nickel spoons silver plated worth 2ri0 everywhere our name tumped as maker on each spoon 101 a Send stamps set by mail to any address or money order Oris Vv Sxvnicn Lexington Ky -- Persons subscribing for Tin JIkkami frequently request us to send receipt To all such wo have only to say the Wfieu receipt of the paper is aulliciont we receive a subscription or renewal we put the name on the book and credit to the time paid for and the paper will be sent up to that time Frequently accidents occur in the household which cause bums cuts sprains and bruises for use in uch cases Jr J JI McLeans Volcanic Oil Lini ment has for many years been the con stant favorite family remedy Sold by JI Â¬ Swango Hazel Green Row J T Pieratt is a hustler in the Masters vineyard and has been doing good work since the hist week in Decem Â¬ ber He has had thirty one additions to the church by baptism and reclamation and married five couples in that time and made little better than a half hand in his blacksmith shop certain to read the advertisement of the Commercial College of Kentucky tTniversity which appears in this issue of our paper If you wish to secure a thorough business education embracing both theory and practice you can not do better than attend this institution Kelly l Day of this place Henry M Cox of West Liberty and Frank Fairchilds of Milyersvillo attended last summer and speak in the highest terms of Prof Smith Re and his svstem We clip the following recipe for the uure of rheumatism from the Rourbon News and as it is very simple commend u trial of it by our citizens who may be suffering with that terrible disease in the hope and with the belief that in Mime cases at least their suffering may ho ameliorated Tuke the whites of fnur eggs and an ounce of nplrits of tur- Â¬ pentine put in a pint of vinegar and shake up lot stand for eight hours and ajinoiut the nfleotcd parts wlthit Wlutt ii Wolfti County Surveyor Known of Thcni mill III Advice to tliu People JIMMOUK K Feb 8th 1888 IM tor IIazki iitcrx HHitviii Dkau Silt I have been Instrumental in securing a great many subscribers to your most valuable paper and I am one myself 1 have never written anything for publication before but for the good of the people of this country request that you publish the following As I have been a practical surveyor in Wolfe and adjoininu counties for the i I I f 1a nisi uveuiy cigut years i iiiidk 1111 i can give you some information in re gaid to the timber and mineral resources in the mountain counties They have plenty of the finest timber viz Oak poplar ash shellbark hickory chestnut oak lMin sugartree sveamore buckeye and some walnut rlshe best timbered lauds that know of are situated on the creeks and the heads of the different wa ter couiscs that is where you want sev eral thousand acres in one body On the head of Red River and Frozen Creek and the head waters of the Middle Fork of Johnson the territory is mostly a virgin forest of the finest timber 1 ever miw 1 have seen several poplar trees Mutt meas ured from eighteen to twenty feet around I want and plenty of the finest oak Su to tell von about a coal vein I stw the other lay on the head waters of the Middle Fork of Licking On the lands of Isaac Rack there is a seam of solid coal that measured six feet and eight inches with a small seam of eight inches about six inches above the main seam I think that if the main seam was dug in the mountain vomc ten or fifteen feet that it would all be together which would make it more than seven feet thick This main scam is only about one half mile A RESPITE from the head of Red River and Frozen Jov ItncUiiei- Cimits James Jincliiiimu Creek watersaud is in the same mountain that extends to Red River and Frozen Mnetj Inys Jt is not cut oil by any other hill or ridge A Frankfort special to the Courier and if there is anything in coal running Journal Feb Kith says A delegation on a level we doubt not but there from Wolfe and surrounding counties is a seven foot vein of coal in Wolfe headed by Circuit Judge John F Coop- Â¬ County and on Frozen Creek for miles er arrived in the city this morning and along its ridges and hills Theio is a eannel coal bank which is three feet called upon the Coventor in the interest thick on Andrew Wilsons laud on the of James Buchanan doomed to die on head of Red River which is hut about the scaflbld March 2nd for murder The one hundred yards from the laud of J II Wilson It is evident that the eannel case was formerly taken to the Court of coal is on J R WiNons land and withAppeals and here the judgment of the out a doubt the seven foot coal is on his lower court was sustained In the mean Â¬ land and will run through the most of time the day originally fixed for the cxe it which makes ten feet of solid coal Retiou was passed and it became necessary running through all of that country sides Mtuull veins elsewhere not counted for the iovcrnur td ninko out the death Who wants more coal than this Rut warrant which was done a mouth ago that is not all Dr John A Taulbee has The delegation that arrived today made a tract of land on a creek called Morgue Frozen Creek with a coal a strong plea for Ruchauan and urged the waters offive vein narly feet thick James A that a respite be granted until His Ex- Cope on Davis Creel the waters ol Fro cellency could investigate fully the facLs zen Creek has a fine vein of eannel coal and some testimony recently brought to T do not know how thick but have seen James Fly Jov Ruckner is just now occu it burning it is good coal light on Cillmore Creek has a four foot vein pied almost exclusively with the consid- of good eannel coal on his laud and is a eration of legislative work He there- splendid burning coal and various others What do the fore made an order granting a respite for to tedious to mention railroad companies talk so much about ninety davs the Troublesome coal in Ureal hitt County when just a few miles from Rothwell In Brlof And to The Point Station is more coal than can be mined Dyspepsia is dreadful Disordered in the next century and more fine timliver is misery Indigestion is a foe lo ber than can be taken away for years I want to give you mv views about good nature The human digestive apparatus is one this mountain country right now before L forget it I think we have the best of the most complicated and wonderful part of this State here in the mountains things in existence It is easily put out We have the finest timber coal iroi ore c Xow we all know that the of order mica interior of the State has line bluegrass Creasy food tough food sloppy food bad cookery mental worry late hours farms but if the mountain counties that own the timber and coal would not sell irregular habits and many other things them a block of coal nor a stick of wood which ought not to be have made the nor run no logs or plank what would In less American people a nation of dyspeptics become of the bluegrass farms than twenty dive years they would be Rut Greens August Flower has done a abandoned They would have to come wonderful work in reforming this sad to the mountains to keep from freezing business and making the American peo- Of course there are some farmers who ple so healthy that they can enjoy their have timber to run them that long but not many I am not prejudiced against meals and be happy the bluegrass country 1 once lived in a Remember Xo happiness without bluegrass country myself but 1 want to health Rut Greens August Flower show my mountain people that they do brings health and happiness to the dys not place a high enough estimate on homes I now see that there peptic Ask your druggist for a bottle their own be will soon plenty of railroads through Seventy live cents this mountain country dont know why they havent come sooner The South An exchange recounting the benefits to Atlantic or Coal Road will soon he ex a town from a class of merchants who tended by Hazel Creeil and by mouth of advertise liberally truthfully states the Frozen Creek to Jackson the Kentucky case a follows When the business Union will soon bo built by way ol Campion to the mouth of Frozen Creek men of a town fail to advertise they to intersect the Rig Stone Gap road then diminish the importance and trade of a there will soon be a road by way of West place and permit more enterprising lo- Liberty and the mouth of Frozen Creek calities to take the latter from them to London Ky These are my views on railroads for I am well acquainted with Although done for their individual in this mountain country and nature hls terests advertisersshould be looked upon formed this country for these roads by the citizens of the town where they What a city could be built at the mouth reside as public benefactors and should of Frozen Creek with three first class railroads and Xorth Fork of Kentucky be encouraged accordingly The mer- River and all the different forks of Frozen chant who advertises very extensively is Creek to bring the coal and timber to the worth nufre to a town than forty who best market in the world for at that never show themselves in print and for place they will have the advantage of the markets Fast West Xorth South that reason should be given preference It has also the advantage of water naviin local patronage gation above and below to bring in coal The stir timber iron ore mica i The Indies of the Christian Church of rounding country abounds witli the finest this place have formed an Aid Society and most inexhaustible quantities of all and by sewing propose to raise funds for Now these are the reasoiiH I think our lands underrated Reader do you agree the church and the poor of this commu Â¬ with me Jf tlie lauds in the bluegruss nity They solicit garment to make are worth 7 to 100 per acre why are patching darning c and will be thank- Â¬ not our lands worth say one half where ful for idl patronage One peculiar fea- thev are covered with the finest timber and underlaid with eight to ten feet of ture of this society is that although all coal iron ore mica e You will soon the member are good talkers there will see whose hands this timber and coid Then there will bo be no talk during working hours We laud will fall into an estimate nut onit to equal Uunbest should like to look in upon thorn for a part of this State A little more on the half hour and for that privilege we aie eannel coal question that I was about to tempted to let them tackle our socks imhs by George W Johnson on Frozen Creek has twouifTiTeut veins of the finest Patronize them 1 a a 1 CHAPPED HANDS AND FACE OUTS BURNS SORES FROST BITE - TRADEJMARi i v dXJ3 DERMATINE NO 0740 o DIPTHERIA SKIN DISEASES Sold by all Merchants at 25 Cents a Bottle JfcfrIf yolir Stove us find we will forward it by mail - f Keeper will not untor it - send DO cjfctfLS toi 1 CHILES THOMPSON eannel coal both Inure veins dont know how thick neyer have been tested by digging in the mountain There is now a block of eannel coal that has slipped out of the mountain that would take foil i or five men to turn over never has been opened to know the thickness the other vein is given up by all coal men who have seen it to be the finest eannel coal in America where the veins come together It is smoother than the finest piece ol poiisiicu lurniture J oversaw and of an excellent quality of burning Xow please excu e my lomr letter coal I am vours very truly J CO Mt Sterling1 Kyi Â¬ Â¬ Hanks WHOLESALE i t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bKUbtKdi No 29 Vine Street M Faixkn - nOly Under exposure to cold winds rain bright light or malaria may bring on inflammation and soreness of the eye Dr J H McLeans Strengthening Fye STEAM PRINTING COMPANY Salve will subdue the inllamntion cool fil Hast Main St Lkxixktox Ky and soothe the nerves and strengthen weak and failing eye sight lio cents a FLNU HOOK AXI Hazel box Sold by C Ii Svang Green CINCINNATI TRANSYLVANIA rJOB Â¬ Â¬ Henry Pieratt was home from West Libert v on Saturday and Sunday last and brought us five subscribers to Tin Iliiuu Ilesayseverybody there likes to read it but some arc so stingy they woul rather sponge than subscribe Strange thatagood citizen wontsubscribc to a paper working for his interest 1 MBH o Of K very DeserjpUon on abort notice Wkddixo Invitations Lfttfr U fajhxos c kinils done uitli ncutnesM mid dis Â¬ The new Court House at Campion has patch been insured in Hollmans Agency this o city for 3000 for a term of five years Ol all Book Binding Book o Reference Blank Mt Sterling Gazette Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Exposure to rough weather getting wet living in damp localities are favorable to the contraction of diseases of the kidneys and bladder As a preventive and for the cure of all kidney and liver trouble u e that valuable remedy Dr J II McLeans Liver and Kidney Ralm Sold by G R Swango 100 per bottle Hazel Giecn Among the sick for thv week ending Wednesday we note Aunt Louisa Cox Mrs Fletcher McGuire and Mrs S P James Mrs Mickel and Mis Green wade are both convalescing J Manufacturer su T Day To Hazel Oreeii hQjQQb 666 o Â¬ UfiialOr iiEiKini ACADEMY The Ninth Term Begins MONDAY Jan 2 1888 and ends FRIDAY May Timber WAVnCD large tracts of -- - WANTED Lands iW an nnglisli Syndicate 181888 ugNew clean Virgin Timber in ooil lluathi Mineral Lands lare Â¬ Kentucky ut LOWKhT WILD KAN J lUKKS Musi lie accessible to Railroad or htrcains jiVTITIK MlST live full mrticiiliu C UK PERFECT V ventilated buildings ed with new improved school furniture Full Corps GompelenfTeacners well furnish- - UrSllUOI WASHINGTON Va Llin IiM k Mux Ut ClinrloMiiwil Â¬ SlKNC Tlt COOIUU cms M Faukn H f illUNIlON COOPER HERNDON 5 FALLEN nyxTuitiori able GFNFRAL Board and Expenses Rensonu ncidental mi I gate KYM tlnniMiiid For further information jaljl on or address Hazel Green Academy Go IIAZKI GRFEN Â¬ Â¬ acres of fhiMim Have no vera JiuuIh In Welle bur mineral and faniiin and iitljniiin cnuiiticj for sale Write for ilttscriitivo hit anil terms Uiwl OriTii Wolfe cotinto Jvy Â¬ LIVERY SALE FEED STABLE AND Abe Block Childronj8 Co Manufacturers anil Wliolanulli DoulurAln Mons Youths1 Boya and HAZEL CREEN -- KY Â¬ - A FIRKrrAfW ITAVINO ITITEI i irivimi iiii mtir I it nil ii wyivv nt i i Komi Minnie aim iiarurhi iiimm i nun vunn-it-I riiHjiectlnllVHiiliilt tlu nulillo iialnnuiKO n ll PS n I Pi n i Him hi lH I Hsl III IV H H H HR VRi iWd I all Mock eiitruMiil Id - utuk or month ami take will feed horstH Iiy lliv Â¬ trlldtxH ImiiKht uwl dd on commN sion and will iliivi- liorxt to linnm nx fur till All uliargcN mi wlni loure my hurvlct guaranteed Honalde antl imtitifiutt J II lMKKATT LMtf miiHMnlattiitioiu mIiikIu fut d dny nU nxuru In id viaC- 122 n20ly Vrne Street Cincinnati O 7 TYPE Tho typo on wlilcli tills ihoAtiuva fouiiUry KniTuu WF w aiIT7 WIJJI I Harbison 707 70l A Gathrfght W MAIN BTItKM 118 Vine titrttt Clneinnatl Ohio SMITH ALMSON TOUIV OUY SADDLERY 71 HARNESS AND COLLARS ipr iikualu U printed U from LOUISVUUKX TOrffi Vr tt-- -- ft j TEMPERANCE A GLORIOUS BATTLE WON no stood with a foot on tho threshold u A At tho mouth of tho Basscln river which is a branch outlet of tho lira WhntThou wlthholdost might have been upon my brow waddy on tho Pegn coast of Lower A crown of thorns And it cloud on his boyish face Dcnenth whoso unrelenting points Burmah aro several small islands Whllo his city comrndo uracil him I might bo writhing madly now much frequented by tho turtlo abound Â¬ To enter tho gontoous ploco what I would gnln And Thou who knowst ing on thoso shores Diamond Inland lias suved mo from this crown of pnin Theres nothing to fenr old follow I where ships usually take up pilots to though It garo It Isnt a lions don What Thou wlthholdost Here waits you a royal wolcomo enter the port of Bassoln that town A pnngof disappointment kcon From lips of tho bravost men To soo it still boyond my grasp being ninety three miles up tho river Perhaps a lower of doalh had been is only half a square utile in area sur-Â¬ Twos tho old old volco of tho tempter Thou knowst tho subtle poison thore That sought In tho old old way rounded by reefs of rocks mostly cov- Â¬ That lurked within Its petals fair To luro wltn a lying promlao ered at high tido leaving a narrow T Tho innocent foot astray What Thou withhcldost oon when strip of laud all round the laud above Itoachcd out nnd prnyed for wrought and Youd think It was Dluo Boards closet strove rising to fifty feet elevation with thick To seo how you staro and shrink That I might win nnd woar ns prize jungle growing over it A pilot house you theres nought to harm you I toll Thou has withhold I know In love Its only a gntno and a drink waiting to tnkc your lottors and carry with llagstafl and tho telegraph build Â¬ Thou knowst thoprldo nnd pnsslon flres That hid tholr spark in thesu doslrcs thorn to their destination But just ings stand in a clearing on tho east Ho hoard tho words with a shudder because you saw tho box you believed side This island is tho great resort of Its only a gamo and a drink What Thou wlthholdost eon from prayer And his lips mndo bold to answor Shall give mo doubt of humblo kind that somo body would come and road all the large turtlo which live in thoso Dnt what would ray mother think And bid mo say Thy will bo done ing tho direction on thoso lottors waters and nightly throughout tho And help mo trust th Kternnl Mind namo that his heart held doarost Tho would soo to it that thoy wont to tho year they come on to tho narrow sand prayer What Thou wlthholdost oen from lfiut started a socret spring Shnll nourish faith not foed despair right placT and were delivored to tho foreshores to lay tholr eggs The right And forth from tho wily tempter right person You havo unbounded of collecting these eggs is sold by pub- Â¬ What Thou shalt yet withhold shall bo lie tied llko a hunted thing A lovt slgn sweet Thy wisdom shows confidence in tho postal service of tho lic auction every five years and the Awayl till the glnro of the city A liecltonliiK hand a pointing up United Statos but you have no con present lessee pays 17000 iupccs an- Â¬ And Its gilded halls of sin An Invitation to ropose Arc shut from hU sense nnd vision fidence in tho Gospol of Jesus Christ Not now nor here beneath Tlmos rod nually to tho Indian Government The Tho shudows of night within Uut In the Paradise of God My fellow traveler had thought turtle aro themselves protected by Tftnmpton in X V Obtcntr A wny till his fccthnvo boundod but stringent regulations and a person de Â¬ Heaven a good deal about Oer Holds whoro his childhood trod that thore tected killing one is liable to a fino of ho could not realize IS BELIEVING SEEING Awnyl in tho nnmo of virtue was any such place Yet ho confessed 600 rupees During tho month of And tho strength of his mothers God UnroiiioiuiblonoHH of Skepticism In TtcRrl to me that ho bolicvod in N w York April egg collecting is prohibited and to Spiritual Things was branded coward What though ho 1 was traveling bv rail I mot on City though ho had nevor been there tho eggs laid in that mouth have In tho bluzouod halls of vice t And banned by his buHled temptor whom 1 had known for Ho believed in it because ho had read every chance of coming to maturity tu cms n nan Who sullenly tossed tho dice many years He is a sensiblo and a about it in books and newspaper up the supply ami so keeping On tho page whoro tho nugol Uoopoth moral man but lie is not a Christian And so groat was his faith in New It will surprise many readers to Tho record of deeds well done Jn trying lo tell mo why ho was not York as a real placo and ono worth lcaru that one turtle will lay That night was tho story written THE SALOON lie said Somehow or otiior I can not visiting that ho had bought a ticket from 80 to 2110 eggs during one night Of n glorious battlo won I could the number depending partly on the Win Tauch exercise faith as von Christians scorn for it nnd was going thore tiioso who served it in And ho stood by his homo In tho starlight nt its Calamity understand how ho could confide season of the year and it is believed l not to I am constitutionally skeptical All guiltless of sword and shield Tho saloon has few friends nono to never could believe in any thing that in mens statements about New York that the same turtle returns frequent- Â¬ A braver and nobler victor Than tho hero of bloodiest Hold be proud of There is nobody whosj 1 could not sec nnd understand and yot doubt Gods statements about ly and will probably lay from 500 to J A MaUlanil In A J Obtervtr I replied It Heaven presence is not a menace to tho comThat is very sad 1000 eggs in the year To form an munity who would not like to seo the must embarrass you a groat deal in It came out again in conversation idea of the number of turtle that fre Â¬ AND RUIN RUM saloon go and go to stay- - It lias been your business your studios nnd your that he had made investments in Now quent this island it may be mentioned The rcHrful DtMtruutlon or ho Trnfllc in a law breaker It has been a placo social intercourse By the way how York through persons whom ho had that whilo the contractors rent per What tho the Conco Trim State thrived either on tao weak Â¬ can you with this constitutional never seen and whom ho was induced month with expenses of collecting is that has Churches Should Do It baa peculiarity that you loll of sit hero so to trust on the recommendation of estimated at 1500 rupees he gets an The greed of avarice is remorseless ness or the vice of humanity received It lias been quietly with the train rushing on at others And yet when ho was ox estimated It not givon value nnd when unrestrained amazing profit of 1 000 rupees of tho criminal the tho rata of forty miles an hour Have hortod to lay up treasures in Heaven monthlv the selling price of the eggs blunts moral perception robs tho soul tho rendezvous of humane feelings stifles conseionce friend of no one but the poor house you been out on tho cnb to seo if lie could not realize that it would bo a being 2 rupees per hundred this rep- Â¬ If all this was not there there good investment though God Him- Â¬ resents a collection of 125000 eggs in is engineer an tlrlies God and hazards the retribution nnd tho prison to secure Havo yon examinod him so as to self promised a profit of an hundred- Â¬ the mouth or 4170 daily which tak Â¬ of eternity with an air of supremo in onough to condemn it and lovity sentence of banishment then let it be be sure that ho is compotont and thor Â¬ fold difTcrcnco and thoughtless ing 100 eggs as the average lay of one If thoro is not any Tho more I talked with this man the turtle requires 42 turtlo every night remembered that tho saloon has not oughly reliable What a record tho grasping traders who sent in tho year 1885 over ton tho decency of conscious indecency engineer and wo aro running by moro I fully realized how utterly un Â¬ to visit tho sands and deposit their million gallons of tho vilest liquors to It thrust itsolf forward and u law chance there is no telling what may reasonable is the skepticism of multi Â¬ eggs The space where they can lay If I hero is an ongineor and tudes in regard to spiritual things If is so limited that it is difficult to im- Â¬ the wretched Africans along the breaker itself sought to dictato legis happen Tho foo of good government ho is ignorant ho may not bo ablo to i hoy would exorcise the same faith in agine what they could do if they were themselves only lation Congo have made for If thore is an God that they exercise daily in their allowed to multiply for a twelve- Â¬ the books of judgment to bo opened at it brought its slouch and its ill gotten control his engine polf into politics and actually com engineer and ho is vicious he may fellow men thoy would soon becomo month They come up on the night the last day can reveal These traders Tho gospol comes to us flow tide and dig a hole in the sand indulge in no uneasy reflections of manded all parties to do obeisance tc want to tumblo us all over somo em Â¬ Christians it It forced tho issue In its fool bankment Perhaps bo is an Anarch- Â¬ with stronger proofs of its reality and or rather work out an old hole as the personal responsibility nor experience any concern for tho wholesalo physical hardiness it loft the choice between ita ist or is afflicted with tho homicidal value than any thing olso and it only whole foreshore above high water misery and moral havoc with which supromaey and extinction If it had mania How dreadful that would be asks us to apply to it tho principles on mark consists of old holes and inter- Â¬ their infamous business is cursing possessed tho modesty even of hall Are you sure positively suro that which we act in other things Though vening hillocks When the hole is millions of a helpless and heathenish common sense it might havo lingered thoro is an honest and skillful man in its basis is faith it is not a faith that ready the turtlo lays her eggs and rests on visions and dreams but on scrapes the sand over them again It is simply useless to arguo and in Iowa for somo years yot It wa cliargo of the engine iiicc My skoptical friom1 had to admit solid facts which not only justify but with her flippers The whole process as impudent as vile and now it has remonstrate with the distributing Obadiah Old Tho got it in tho nock and good onough for that his constitutional infirmity had domand our confidence ngenta of intoxicating liquors occupies about two hours and the Even its victims are glad to hear not provonted him from trusting him school in Chicago Interior public sontimont of Christendom must it turtle then makes for the sea It al- Â¬ lie aroused to hold sucli enemies of tho door of the saloon go shut with a self on a train without seeing tho onways happens that a considerable Hope Thou in God who gineor And ho could not deny that Those too mankind in check And to this ond vigorous bang number of them do not reach the water To think of what we havo to do and until the reefs have become exposed by the facts must get a hoaring and what served it in fear laugh at its calamity it was less unreasonable to trust in an Tho friends of tho saloon who aro unseen Saviour than in an unseen en- Â¬ to bear in this lifo is quito likoiy to the falling tide and though thoy aro are some of tho facts gineer To think of Gods bo disheartening Iowa Home Journal Unfortunately tho nogro liko the they anyhow travelers on sand thoy can not get In tho course of our conversation 1 sure help in our doing and in our en- Â¬ fair Indian takes naturally to liro wntor on when the path is over rock so thoy urgod upon him the duty of prayor during can hardly tail of giving us TEMPERANCE ITEMS lie welcomes it above ovory thing olso to remain on the rocks with their Now thoro again 1 am courago and hone and iov Manv of have Ho said Ho loves A law has been passed in Waldeck that civilization can offer pool of wator until tho re Â¬ I havo tried to pray and it us know what it is to moot the cares noses in a In tho the frenzied excitomont and brutal Germany forbidding the granting of a troubled tide reaches them turning I to the wind Â¬ orgies into which it throws him When marriage licenso to a person addicted seems liko talking thoro is any body and trials and griefs which wo anticitho spearman whoso duty it morning cant realize that pate for tho day even before wo nro is to find the nests conies round and rum is at hand ho deliberately aban Â¬ to tho liquor habit In tho midst who hears my prayer in the morning Through dons work and surrenders himself to follows each track which is broad and Thk statistics show that retailers of our talk we reached a way station fairly awako the slowly oponing gate of conscious Â¬ distinct until he reaches the nest In- Â¬ debauchery and drunkon savagory un- Â¬ of liquor realize a profit of 11131 Pcr i I must tolo- said nnd tur til tho supply is oxhaustcd It Is dear- Â¬ cent on the investment This state- Â¬ graph niv friend to a man who is to ness thoy flood in upon us liko a with- Â¬Â¬ to this nest lie thrusts his spear to a from hero bid stroanithat has been surging er to him than cloth beads gilt wire ment should sot consumers to thinking meet mo in New York depth of two or thrvo foot and on its Ho went out whilo ho slopt iinpationt for an withdrawal he can at once seo if tho and all other things Indeed somo Central Baptist out nnd when ho canio buck I said By allowing thoso appre- Â¬ of the caravans going from tho stations Belgium with a population of but Did you telegraph to thai man to entrance to havo tho mastery tho now point has passed through an egg It hensions along tho Congo to tho intorior found little overlive and a half millions is moot you Did day Gods special gift to us is tho nest has been used during tho night Â¬ ho replied Yos that without rum they could not make said to havo no fowor than 288 distil you soo him he sets up a mark there and tho dig Of courso not marred at its very boginning tho gers and carriers coming after him exchanges at all with the natives and lorios and 110000 drink shops Bel Â¬ Well toll mo just what you did wonder of tho dawning light passes when the rum gnvo out they had to gium is suffering from hard times I wrote a dis Â¬ unnoticed and tho strongth of tho halt there to collect the eggs Tho eggsÂ¬ You know already to givo up business and roturn for moro Tub Atlantic Monthly says of tho sa- Â¬ patch and liamlod it to the olograph earlv hours which was givon us for are dug out by hand and thrown is nest In many places bottles of sprits aro loon Did you know tho opor elllciont sorvico is woakonod and half gether in a heap until the It stifles progress fosters operator used ascurroncy is among oursolvos pauperism cleared they are then transferred to husbands and aior brutalizes Did you examino his instru As an antidote to this joy wastod stored on Alcohol takes tho placo of specie U thers breaks womens hoarts puts niontP Did you raco the Mire all the poisoniug habit our first thoughts of the basket and are finally with thi dilYoronco that it doesnt vaffs on the working mans back dis- - way from that station to Now York floor of a hut made of open bamtho day should float upward and our the Tho skins of the eggs aro tough last as specio does Ono missionary easo in his body and shame and despair Now you aro quizzing mo again morning greeting to our troublod soul boos will stand great prossure without complains that ho finds great diflleulty in his heart Ex- Â¬ and But you cant catch mo this lime should be Hope thou in God in assembling a sober congregation Thoro perience shows us that our fears are bursting and thoy will keep good Some doctor in Loudon has written That was a telegraph station a month Drink demoralizes faster than tho Bible prompted about llvo weeks About twice which ho gives proscriptions was a sign up and the paper I wrote a delusion can reform tho wretched victims of bar- Â¬ a book in kinds Spurguon says of on had ho caption Westorn Union often only difficulties magnified in they are sent away up the country in by minor than barism on tho ono hand and of tho of variousthem Wo differ from tho Telegraph Company or by shadows boats for sale They aro richer omtho morning mist somo of white mans conscloncoloss tomptations hens eggs but make rathor tough Â¬ So you trusted to what was printod that have no nnsworlng substance In his permission and prescripTo procuro it thoy will doctor on the other ThoBurmoso consume thorn wo havo boon elets of stimulants If these things aro on a slip of paper ami sent your nics On tho othor hand in slavo hunts tion wo aro told join largely Illustrated London News to persons in health thoy sago to a man whom you had novel shown concerning tho cares and trinls and massacro their noarost nolghbors injurious seen and who if thoro is any such and griefs which God does appoint bo rank poison to tho sick Co Operation of tho Senses Savage by nature drink makes devils must made tho novel man is llvo hundred miles away for us that as wo look to ami trust A Pkkston man Some curious oxporimonts havo led of them and rondors all prospect of And yet you wont believo in tho in Him He furnishes strongth and congrega to tho Tho Congo Freo proposition to tho Lutheran raising them vain Before they call grace to meet thorn in tho hour of Dr Urbansehitsch of Vienna mo Blblo when it says tion of that placo to compioio of one conclusion that the exciting State that was founded a few yoars of erection for I will answer and while thoy aro yet their appearing Our foars may mis ago with so much of eagor holpfulnoss fine ohureli in course sense organ increases tho aoutonoss of You may say load us Oar faith never will Our if 150 of the spoakmg I will hour and joy is simply paralyzod by tho do which funds have run short abstinoncc you know of install cos in which dis troubles may bo less than wo think the others tho different sensations total scorning to reinforce ono another mon clutch of alcohol Whilo Chris- Â¬ members will form a W U for Gods lovo is always more and give him lager beer patchos havo been sent by the soeioty tian people aro giving freely of their Hearing a sound will bring out the yoar Ho es T Co and answers received But the S S Tunes money and prayers and missionary monev each week for a just indistinguishable color of a dis of answers Biblo tolls again and again cash at foOOO efforts to disenthrall swarming millions timates tho result in CHOICE EXTRACTS tant disc The ticking of a watch H Abraham and Moses Dato prayor Toronto Globe from tho denso ignorance and supor hoard moro plainly with upon than vid and Solomon Kijalt and Daniel Thoro is a still small rain from closed eyes the fact that wo listen to Tin London Temporanco Hospital prayed and the response came stltion and fotlohism of hoathonlsm In tho tho liquor manufacturers and dealors has boon established fourtoon yoarshavo promptly unseen Heaven that lias more to do with Â¬ music or speaking with the eyes closed the from blessedness of nature than tho might being duo to other reasons Tho sight tlmo alcoholio stimulants from Christian lands aro doing tho that heavens Paul and tho other apos Â¬ Â¬ work in nwnkoning a pande Â¬ boon resorted to in not more than five tles prayed ami God gave them tho iest oarihquako or tho loveliest rain- of red and green increases perceptions dovils MacdonahL easos and In thuso instances tho re Â¬ vory things that thoy asked for Now bow of sound that of greon and red weak Â¬ monium of drunkenness around tho Many a child goos astray not be- Â¬ ens them These colors nfloot sensa Â¬ havo proven no moro successful Is not the Bible which has been sults missionary stations used in How cainn this appalling stato of than whero remedies ordinarily to tho tested for so many ages as reliable cause thoro is want of prayor or virtue tions of smell tnsto and touch in liko bueattso homo tho hospital were employed Up Woll at tho Berlin fniqultv to pass Touch and temperature net as this telegraph company which has at homo but simply A child neods suiilos mannoi time over 20000 patients have been in existence loss than thirty lacks sunshine in 1884 6 which assembly present When tho skin Is tickled reciprocally Congress moro than I toll you it does not require as much as flowers uoed stinboitin be romombored decided what been under troatmont years iti will and plunged into warm water tho What a Book Vast and wide a tickling ceases when into cold the government and institutions 12000 of whom wore to a greater or half as much faith to prav to tho in- Â¬ kind of it to drink Many tho six great Powers would guarantee loss dogroo addlotcdgood offoct of the visible God of i Biblo who has boon tho world rooted in tho abyss of crea- Â¬ tickling brings out the fooling of cold soolng tho tho tion and toth Freo Stato of tho Congo it was of those havo becomo total abstain Â¬ hearing and answering prayer for secrots of toworlng up beyond a id hi no Thoso observations oflbr an oxphuiH Â¬ Heavon Sunrise sun tion of tho singular associations be trado in ovory thing troatmont nearly six thousand years as to send ordained that freo Tho ers The rate of mortality has horn a message from a railroad way sta Â¬ sot promise and fulfillment life and tween colors and sounds that somo lii principle honltl bo a cardinal fatal cases there wore United Statos nnd Great Britain foro 58 per cont In moro deaths among tion and typed that it will reach its death the whole drama of humanity divlduals retain Jrkansuw Traveler ilfth ono are in this UuV Heine on the Bible hw that this moant a distribution of fully nbstaluors than among toototalors destination rtaw whioh would curse and destroy non I I 1 tho blnck nmn with his Inhoront nnd ungovernublo appotlto for It faster than all tho bonollts or civilization could improvo htm and so thoy pro tested against It But tho Gorman and Dutch distillers anticipating tho im mon80 rovonuos which such a Hold promisod put in tholr plea and alas won tho day And thoy aro roaplng tho onormous profits Of tho 10000000 gallons of drugged liquors oxportod from Chris Â¬ tian nations in 1885 to tho Congo 8000000 wont from Germany and tho Now England Bent 737 Netherlands 650 gallons nnd Groat Britain only 31198 1 and yot that wns far too much Moanwhilo tho doom of tho poor negro is lixed utiles tho con- Â¬ science and pity of Christendom shall unito to introduce a now order of things into his Jbroo State Tho iron ties and arrangements of tho Berlin Con- Â¬ gress were to run for twenty years butBo beastly is tho Africans usii of whisky that ho will be hopolcsly ruined in body and brain as woli rts soul by tho end of this period if there bo no mitigation in tho causo of his whilo not Christians dost motion their missionary zeal must lessoning Tho churches do something more together to intluonoo tJio should band Prime Ministers and oflieors of the Groat Powers to restrict free trade in and this as soon as pos- tiro water slble Christian at Work KELIGI0US READING WITHHELD Again wo wore Inlorruptod by tho whlstlo announcing that wo woro on terlngtho town of W This was a railroad center and my frlond had somo loiters that ho wanted to mail there We wont out when tho train Btoppod and Booing in tho depot an Iron box with tho words U S Mall upon it ho put his lottors in it and As soon nn wo returned to tho cars wo wcro soatod I said 1 am now astonisliod boyond moasuro You a constitutional skeptic who can not trust in an invisiblo God trusting in nn iron box because it has U S Mail upon it ho letters Nobody told you that it was a lottor You did not soo any body there box BURMAH TURTLE EGGS How They Are Collected In Vnnt Quanti Â¬ ties by Ioorljr lnld Natlvns rir Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J 1 J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i AigyA J r HOME FARM AND GARDEN Do not put ii oiiH on tho stove to iicit lonj before tlioy urc wan toil ns exposure to high hunt will roughuu und injure tlioiu Sweut potatoes loft from dinner make an aeooptiiblo relish for supper if cut in slices about a quarter of an inch thick and heated in slightly salted cream Cream Pudding Oro pint of Hour one pint of milk one teaspoon of Bait to this add six eggs well beaten and three teaspoons white sugar and one tablcspoonful of extract of lemon Bake in a buttered dish Corn Starch Cake Two cups of pulverized sugar three fourths of a cup of butter stir to a cream one cup of milk tho whites of seven eggs beaten to a stifT froth two cups of Hour one of corn starch and two tea Â¬ spoons of baking powder Flavor with lemon or orange Tho following prescription is ex Â¬ cellent in cases of lameness from over- Â¬ work or in o ises of a slight strain on tho back Two ounces of alcohol two ounces of hartshorn two tablcspoon- Â¬ ful s of rock salt table salt will do Put all tho ingredients into a quart bottle fill with rain water Apply rubbing vigorously with the palm of the hand When tho ground is hard and frozen work may be done in cutting out the surplus canes of blackberries The old cane is only and raspberries a useless incumbrance to a vine and should bo removed while there is plenty of time for such work A lib end application of wood ashes may be applied after removing tho canes while bone dust will also bo fyuud very bcu eticial Ohio must brace up if sho wishes to keep her ipuNition for furnishing public men in the pVesent Congress Htty one of the members wero born in tliis State thirty nine wore born in Pennsylvania and thirty eight in Ohio Next eomo Kentucky witli twenty four Virginia with twenty one North Caro Â¬ lina with nineteen and Massachusetts with but sixteen The great State of Texas has but one native at tho capital N Y iSim - Jrateful Citizen My dear sir you have placed mo under obligations lean never forget If it had not been for your prompt assistance my horses would liie run away and perhaps have killed me I sincerely hopo you will not be insulted if 1 offer yon a handsome pecuniary reward as a token of my gratitude Party Addressed Insulted Groat Jehosaphat Im an alderman Chicago Trtbun Hetwecn 1872 and 1882 ther were more acres of raw prairie brokeu and put under cultivation iu tho Stato of Kansas than the entire area of Massa Â¬ chusetts Connecticut and Rhode Island combined and there is no decrease iu the rapidity of the States development In 188U it had a little less than 1000 uOU inhabitants now it has over 1J millions m 9 It is a mistake to think Volapuk is a new language Tho brakemen on passenger trains in this country have used it for years to call out tho names of stations Peoria Transcript A witness in a case of assault and battery when risked what ho said re- Â¬ 1 said to him with the too of plied my boot go home A Picturesque roses are not to be soon as often as they should be We do not mean specimens grown in pots but great spreading bushes grown as shrubs admirable not from the llowers alone but from their mass and fresh Â¬ ness Some of them are more free from insects than the tender sorts but oven these in the South almost attain the dimensions of trues Sometimes when supported simply by rustic props they will live for a generation which they will not do if tortured into arti- ticial shapes Cut out the dead wood good soil and no shrub on and give a tho place Avill give more Jatisfactioii American thirilcn Kiekn sthikinq oompo iUor ahvavs cuts Ills j Chinese dainties How nu lineliOt liulr Knjoyed Doj Cat iiml Ititt Mlneo The following is an extract from the correspondence of an English lad temporarily residing in Canton She is writing to her mother whom she has previously regaled with lively accounts of her trials in attempting to eat Chi Â¬ nese food in the Chinese fashion Such experiments for example as catching and eating live shrimps as they hop about the tables may be interesting to the curious but can hardly be very en- Â¬ joyable without long practice Before I close my letter I must tell you that 1 have been the victim of a wicked conspiracy on the part of my You will husband and the servants remember that I could not be prevailed upon to taste tho three delicacies of eat dog and rat provided at the Chi Â¬ nese dinner and served up in dainty Well when Henry returned bowls home that night ho said to Mak Now understand your missco must eat cat dog and rat you go catchee them and every morning time you give one piecco to eat that breakfast and Henry think ing the servant had forgotten all about his order sat down to breakfast and I am glad to say that the bitor was bit- Â¬ ten for he aswell as our friend par- Â¬ took of a dish of mince which was served up with a wall of potatoes This was according to Henrys wish as he thought the potatoos served En- Â¬ glish fashion would be a good dis- Â¬ guise Having tasted and not liking tho llavor Henry said sotto voce to Whatfashion chow tho waiting boy chow this thing Belongs one Tho answer was piccee dbg I ate my portion without comment thinking it calls head minced though the idea did occur to mo that it was rather high The following morning another mince was served up of which Henry did not partake though 1 did not no- Â¬ He declares that I helped tice this myself twice On tho third morning another of these choice dishes orna Â¬ mented again with potatoes was hand Â¬ ed round and our friend who had been let Into tho secret helped himself lib- Â¬ I erally ami declared tho dish good iu ignorance of what I had remained eaten until tho middloof the third day when the gentlemen burst into a lit of laughter and told mo of the hoax that hud been practiced upon me I had euton dog the first morning cat tho second and rat the third Does it not show how much there is in imagination for had I been told be Â¬ forehand what tho dishes would con- Â¬ tain I could not luiwi swallowed a Youths morsel of their content1 Vonip tni Â¬ time Two days passed thorough trial and investigation and they aro remedies of established roputntion To all the niurrlunoible jjirLs of 1SS8 Look before you loan JouUville Courier Being wholly vegetable they can bo used without any fear as to tho results Journal Among tlio now remedies is a Sarsaparilla A ciitccs show can pull more sick boys for tho blood Hops and Buohu for tho and girls out of bcsfTIwui all the doctors iu stomach and digestion Cough nud Con- Â¬ town Vorsicma Ubi erner sumption Ilomcdy Scalplno for the head nnd hair Koso Cream for that terrible disA pixasant phiz the soda fountains ease catarrh a Log Cabin Liver Till a Log Cabin Plaster and uu Kxtraet for internal stoops to conquer tue washerwoman She and external uso Our readers may rest rude ussurod that thcro is merit iu every article A signal failure a futile attempt to stop Wiikn a photographer asks if tho negatlvo a street car fiuita you examine it closely before unswer A cojikh crew usually meant a ashing lng iu tho bulrmatlvR veusclH outfit Xrw Jlaren Xetes Vary Soimlhl Ips Tuis is the Ken won when bartenders mnke In Japau tho old school physicians aro thinjK hot for their customers Jiotton permitted to wour only wooden swords This is a geutly sarcastic way of expressing Courier the opinion that they kill enough people But tho drug without using weapons A Docm is often a knobHlroperous tliinu gist who introduced Dr 1ierces Gold Neatly turned last 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palace sleeping berths at reduced rates nnd to J P GuiiKlir M D U05 Kucu St Chiemuatl buffet cars Speed safety comfort and Maynt diamond nud rublcM be corieutly luxurv liavo long been recognized ns culled strut a geniH characteristics or tho Hock Island and over are these traits more than in its fast train exemplified now service which guarantees a delightful journey consuming only sixteen hours time between Chicago nnd Council Bluffs or Kansas Citv At both theso jkiiiUs con nections ure made in union debits with fust trains running through to California and all points on tho Paeillo coust Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 2Ianv a rnois for wealth has noon won with uu iron ore Juek Warners Log Cabin Remedies in Theso remedies have beeu adopted after brought ubout by forco of arms Tho proj- Â¬ ect was entrusted to the bravo General Montgomery ussistcd by tho famous patri- Â¬ ots Colonels Kthan Allen and Soth Warner Whllo engaged iu this invasion Kthan Allen was tnlten prisoner by tho IlrltiBh nnd pout to Kugland whero ho experienced very harsh treatment Itwns Colonel Warner who twice con- Â¬ ducted his men safely home though tho inarch wu constantly surrounded by dan- Â¬ gers Onco Montgomery sent them homo becuuso their timo was out nnd though thoy woro willing to contiuuo in service they woro without sufficient clothing and nono could bo had in that country Coloaol Warner had hardly arrived home beforo ho heard that Montgomery had boon killed and tho cnuo as well ns tho lives of the men wero put iu great joopardy Uo collected his men again and at ouco started for Canada to assist his countrymen iu their extremity But his efforts wero of no avail and it was soon found necessary to take up tko lino of retreat It was tho dead of winter and only no coBsity sanctioned moving tho troops Tho terror of pursuit and tho rigor of tho sen sou furnished sufficient cnuso for alarm and hasto Colonel Warner rcmuincd with tho roar of tho army nnd aided them iu many ways most effectually as ho was a mau woll posted in caring for tho sick and this knowledge now camo into excellent ubo Uo must keep tho arm in motion not a day must bo lost and yet ho waa without any chest of medicines But ho understood tho medieinul uso of roots aud herbs and of proper caro ut critical times and with theso allies ho mado an effcctuul light against diseuso umong his mon Whon Ticouderoga wus reached and tho roll called thanks to Scth Warner but few vucauelea iu tho ranks appeared Col Warner saved tho Hvcb of hundreds of men iu this way nud ho did a uoblo work but it remained for his nuinesukc II II Warner head of Warners JSufo Curo establishment to givo tho samo kind of remedies then used to tho people of to day Btnuipluc nnit Einlmildory ANNEXATION OF CANADA Yes Lizzie 1 llko to do fancy work bi The Disastrous Attempt to ArrnmptlBk It I havent fdt like trying that pattern o by Force A ruinous ltotrcnt a week Theso nwfu anything else--fo- r draggingdown pnlns aro Justkillrigmol Tho present agitation concerning tlto re- Â¬ 1 know how you feel und 1 can tell you lations between Canada and tho United whero to look for relief Dr Piorcos Pa States recalls tho tlnio whon tho annexaPrescription is a certain euro for all tion of that country waa proposed to bo vorite peculiar weaknesses und distretsiug these Â¬ 5JAobs OH rX VaaaK JUfJ JlruUcN Cuta Iturua Mini Scalds WHAT IT IS It Is III one word a cure It Is ot merrty CuitiiEXT literature rncipea for pad Ji a relief nnd In no sense n cure all k dings iivoAfyi ifmicfarii u the protluct of seiciitific research m Ofl It strengthens while St soothes and nab- A Ctiaac dues heals and cures it litendly conÂ¬ If you wish a beautiful picturo that can quers jviin not bo distinguished from a water color Qrl Its ciHcts are curative and jwrmanenl to worth a largo amount of money you Bhould wUt the whole group of muscular mUcncs get Domorests Monthly Magazino for Feb- Â¬ and nervous agonies ruary It U simply wonderful how such an It does not merely Irritate the outer iwir-elegant picture can be furnished in a mag Â¬ llli face nor docs II merely soften or relax azino that only costs twenty cents If your a constricteil muscle To its hjxxilfU actUui a nowsdculcr has not got it ask him to getit BUiwrior curative virtue is supenehlcd for you or send to tho publisher W Juk penefnites Nisus Dkmohkst lBICost Fourteenth street Cf t U IiiRly uud deeply but eently acHrrlv- wlll surely scekiiiK the Now York spot iu an clfort to conquer MBit who aro a great deal run after fugi- Â¬ CU Each constituent of tha formtzM lias a tives from Justice- - Ho ton Courier Ulllt recc giiim intrinsic virtue to serve most surely the cure of pain Ko Hirai Remedy can be had for Coughs Sold by DrvpffUti nnd Dealert tartnaw and Colds or any trouble of the Throat than PrWC V16 eta THE CHARLES A VOCELER CO RaUlmlJrinettt JlroHchial Trmihta - M4 ailments Why It even cured me of prolapsus and many of my lady friends havo been cured of various grave maladies pecul Â¬ iar to our sex by this wonderful malleiuo It is the only medicine sold by druggists under a Hsltivo guarantee from the niauu fncturcrH that it will give satisfaction in every ease or money refunded Read guar aateo on bottle wrapper Â¬ THE QnEAT REMEDY FOR PAIN Cure NouratuU Station Iumliiiu lluvkuclie lloailiun Â¬ TuuIIihcIio Horn Threat Htvcli Iiium lroatliltea Niralua HhfiuumtUm lot Ort iJ HuUt only it boxe ttl MtiiL Not a summer resort tlio plumber o DrOREENES NERVURA ERVE TONIC Tho treatment of many thousands of caws of thoso chronic weaknesses and dlstrcwlotr ailments peculiar to females at tho Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute DutToJo N V has afforded a vast experience in nicely adapt lntr and thoroughly testlm remedies for we curo of womans peculiar maladies Dr IMorcoa Favorlto rreacrlptloa la tho outgrowth or result of this rcut and Thousands of testimo Â¬ valuable experience Sufferers from rurvimo rttlllty complain of physnials received from patients and from physi- Â¬ nurvuu wenkuin unU uzhnudtlon thurvls cians who havo tested it in tho more actrra ical ami prostrnllou uf tlio plijdlcitl ntrngtli a tlrwu oulltiR and obetluato cases which bad battled with no liicltiiuiloii fur uxsrtlon anil tho powor to vatcd skill prove it to bo tho most womJrrfut their work la Uliiilnl luil tho patlunt wukws ruornltita romcdy ever devised for tho relief and cure of ttroil nnil iiiinrrvhi1 thero Is un oztreinu ncrvuua AVKAKMVx AM und lrruablw conitltlon u euffcrinc women It is not recommended as a XKKVOUbVKNH eulliloudr ioiiPutlonort euro all but as n most perfect SpeeUlo tot cu ucroiupanliil by UnurctiuululvunK Inthohsnd womans peculiar aliments umluyut tlio tliiiucliln wmuUr uiiflly thorowlllbo THE QREAT STRENQTHENINQ AND INVIGORATING REMEDY FOR THE POSITIVE CURE OF Nervoimieaa WcnUneia Xorvnna Ilolilllty rivuui iiml Ihyalcul Kxlniuatlon Kvirv on krciatrntlun Mleeplvaauca Ieaund rncy Itiralyala Nuiubncaa Xrcraolliiir Xeurnliflu Jthruuiutlaru lnlua In Hlilu iiml Hark Kplletillo Ilti UU 1 ttiiaa Dunce Iuliiliatluii Jdrvom nuil UlcU Ilcuiluclie rirvil IVclliiir JUyaiiepalit liillKtloii Iom nl Airtifc tonatliu XIUuaa JUtc tlou J4IUuy uud Ilvr Nervous Debility Â¬ i - iuiliml IuIIIhk of utrvncih with wiuknof nnd puui in thu buck buU tntv In thu uiouih inornliujs tho vision liucouica dim the uiemory Impiilrid nnd thuro la rruiiuvnt dl7JclncHi tu JliKiJtHIOSI UP MINI nurvos buuoinv mi wcitkanwl or ahook will nuli tho that ilia loan ozciteuirnt fuco brlntf u truinnr trumbllnK or pulpltutton of thulioiirl Thurw In often iilxau nd doprgiflon of tho mind For tlioO ayniptonia Dr Grvcnot Nor vurn Narro Torlc Is u crtuln nU positive euro UiiJorthouseof thin wonihrful rutitorutlve whli h la purely vuotablu unit thoroforo harmlutu thodull oyc riiculii tlu lr brlllliuicy thn pnlw look aud hollow chiokn vhow rcnuwvil liuallh and vitality tliu DIM V1HIOV wvakamloxhauilvd IMPAIHEU llUOUY foeollnuo irlvo ploro to atreiiKtli and Tluor tho bruin bsroruea clear tlio nerroa strong anil Mondr tho kIoodi und deprotiiou nro llflod from tlio iiilndiind porfortnndpurumiiont lieultli la rcKUirtd It Ih uu abpolute riirclllri fur Younv A AVOlOlKIIlUl iiirvoua debility IClISlIUtY inrnwltli wiiikunvd norvoa vitality can rean lliclr atrrncth by ami oxhuttatcd Ita uo It rotorrs lout onerKy hihI Invluorotos tho woakonid vital forooa In old aud young No ono nictl dospulr of a rum BTDmil full to uo this rumody which Is tho urontoat mwdlrul dlhcovery of tho con lury und an lUiMilutolv certain cum will ro null All UruiatlitH keep U lrlro Ml per liottlo IKiiiru nnd cut Dit Jukenhh Neuvuua Nkuvk Toviei tnku uo other for tills reiuody Ima no equal If your driiLclt does not huvelt ho will mt It for on Its dlKooverer JH OHEENj OS Wont lull Struot Now Vork tho ureal apnclullat In curing linrvotin und cJironlcdhouiH can boronaullod free ltiroimlly or by letter 1si llld oueatuemL Â¬ K1IY ANU WUI1K UU1 AUOUT YOIIll ir A a powerful iuvlKoratlns leale It Imparts strength to tlio wholo system and to tha womb and its appendfujvs lu worn out particular For overworked run down debilitated teachers milliner dressmakers soamstrcAflos shop airis biniss lcoopcrs nursln mothers and feeble women ffoncrally Pierces Favorite rrcscriBtiOB ia tho crcatcst earthly boon belnfr uuequakd as an appetizing cordial and restorative tonic Aa u soothliiK and atreiiRUiOHlBs Is nervine is Favorlto Prescription and uno- sub and 3ualod norvousinvaluable in allaying excitability Irritability ex- Â¬ haustion proRtratlon hysteria spisras and other distressing nervous symptoms ooro inonly attendant upon functional and orjranlo discoso of tho womb It induces refreshing sloop nnd rcliovcs montol anxiety and de- Â¬ spondency Dr Iloreoa Favorlto rroaerlpttoD la a leclllniato medlcluo carrfully compounded by an cxiierienced mul skillful physician and adapted to womans delicate organization It Is purely vegetable In It composition and perfectly harmless In Iti effecta in any condition of tho system For morning sickucEs or nausea from whatever causn nrlslng weak stomach indigestion dya-and kindred symptoms Scpsia will prove very bcnourlul its use in small lr S N i H Jl iTl M 91 CAH1C j it W I 1IUVOIAH 84 OO UUOK tlio orlj lliul iiml only tin nd c wad welt SlOO Mhuo Kcjtinla cuatom lnmln buud In tlio world ewnl aliuea tUut vot fruni 0U to Hit W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE Tho only rinrat Calf mm warranted Slionlntho worlil vvltu nut tuoka or nulls S3 SKAMIKSSl Â¬ porlcct dUJ fp immy-ouprriia rat lluffiri mil I ft ull rJV J aWH rtylcatnv AittylUh and durable aa thotc V coi tint U or 50 1 toys an wtar tlnr W J IHHIULAS W ftf r 1 laaK sa Ha1 9i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ntta ul iiU tuipl n Um uk Bi1 DOIKJIAH S200 HIIOK Is unax W I celled for liMvy wear If not sold by your dealer wrllo WL UUUOLAS llrockton Mais K Hi Mm0 iiiV bo Ba mm flAialSaaaaaaaaaaaaT M MJU tTlw rUliaaaa B Cir i THOUSANDS Â¬ Â¬ aWCOlI BAY THAT Elys Cream Balm MIIIKI tium ok Apply Halm into each nostril IJLY of luiicorrhea excesslvo painful menstruation unnntural suppressions prolapsus or ialllnir of tho womb weak back feinalo weakness antoverslon retroversfoe bonriug dowu sensations chroulo coogratJoB inflammation and ulceration of the womb In flammation pain and tenderness In ovartcx accompanied with internal heat Ah u roaulutor and jironioter of func-Â¬ tional action at thnt critical period of clistifra Favorite Irt from plrlhood to womanhood Bcription Is n perfectly snfo reniciUnl dnrnt produce only good results It la and can equally enieiiclous una valuable in Its effects when taken for those disorders and dcraugts tnenta Inrldont to that later and most eriUcal period known as Tho Change of Life Favorlto Proacrlptlou when taken in connection with the use of Dr liercea Uoldon Medical Discovery and small Isxativa doses of Dr Pierces Purgative Pellets LIUJe Liver Pills cures Liver Kidney nnd Ultdder Their combined uso also rimovrct diseases blood taints and abolishes cancerous and ecrofiiloun hutnonj from tho system Favorite lroacrlitloii is tlio only medicine for women sold uy druggists nuder a poaltlvo euaraiiteo from tho inanu facturcrs that ft will rIvo satisfaction lu every case or money will ho refunded This guaran Â¬ tee has been printed on tho bottle wrapper and faithfully carried out for ninny years Favorlto Proscription Is apesU and ob tlvo euro for tho moRt complicated flowing Â¬ cases stinate Â¬ CATARRH Ilil08uareanwlcliStNY i Barnes Patent Foot Power Machinery For large illustrated Treatise on Diseases of Women 100 pages ponor covorcd send tern cents In stamps Address Worlds Dispensary Medical Assocfatiti 003 ITIalu St BUFFALO ZfY lMUMIAMH AHTHMA HCKCIflC clr proiuliiidttlrrellllooTT7t Vhtmut anil Ctltl8 all tl IUII1K Cut 1 Largo bottloN 100 bottloa lor 9500 doses 100 or alx Â¬ WoRKtns of Wood or mctal atom pnwtr by ailnx oulflta of thtia Macmaaican Dlllowcrnuu muniar raonty froci iblrjb than by auy aibf r MiaMMfrjTW utaiurir 4uiof ibir rk Aim I or Iciciiriil 0i3lt or H6 Trilalajr nhpMHaHT TTilli thm lor etn arqnlrt practical Jour net mm irUlifor ibryiiur Mia V j4m tbtoiMh rrico wtthnnt mBSBEvtsTV W F oV UilCatalofaarrM JOHN BARNES CO A nrrtbltouu rtMUJ4TWiT nSaBBV4 YKAHHanlioIlbr ailnmttuu XHIAI IAIkAIIK and Imnblt KUKK b I h u t IbWiTS IAuaii t Kin rr t rrn i tujiai it rBBBBjaiavyalS T roiiUM a eo IliiiADKLrinirx JDfc How the proceedings In a divoiew case r uiiuds ono ot the moaning of thu tiedl 230 MOVM AoenUWaiittil DO beat toll inu urtlL loa In ilin world I atim ill o tree AUdroa JA 1 UU OVSOV DttroltMlch lainimTnnc nnU HHOOOBftS llHHUflAHJ tniirued fur 1uu LOUUK rent atniiin fur linilonn I CllAMIIllN M CO Mulm yllUaMW mi Sond Dra I arnTrt Car- - Irvatlr It is liable to develop into ca tarrh You can rid yourself of the cold und nold all chance of catarrh by using Dr If already uf Hugos Catarrh Remedy fllcted rid voiirself ot this troublesome dis ease speedily by the same means At uU subdued Think for i Mutuant that catarrh will in time wear out Tha Men try to believe it theorv is false because it would be pleasant If true but it is not us all know Do not let an noiito attack of cold iu tho head reinani un Do Not Â¬ Â¬ wmmtfsim If a tiifntil it tiric cuiulitiuiiuf Hi Liver a Iri Tpw Ciuliplliii IllllJiiinrrs Jniinilirn Hesilaclii Il rfiilteiiiclYelpuri JlalirianhKiinitinni hi AN INVAlUAIJLH S ImilrliililAlleiiifnlrliV lurMumit a iitiamllllicantfit FAMILY MEDIOIHfc UJliiUTATlOS Affllfwi FINEST FRUIT TREES i60lliiro and prapo Vino IUiit lriaallipn aairfiljtht MilHoa on plum UJixwiii ucai h flnayral 80000 Gharry flue J rra lSSi ADitcStZw aJrw lAlUfiu VIEC0 NURaEltlEB I0UI8IANA MIS80U1U OruamuntaU IloitiSralt- - Arr lAixMiownniiuId Huiaim stock U b rii IwttiT no cbuniMt lTtrcTeM Â¬ druggists Puck Notiiino will turn a womans head en completely us a bounce that Jias passod by rroqu ES T ounnnilHof tt itinionlolBprovoltnmorl TELL YOU LUUOllrUl NORTHERN PACIFIC LANDS I fc BILIOUS t-I- L- Tar Public Awards tho Palm to Hules Honey of Horehmind aud Tar for roughs Pikes Toothucho Drops Curo in one minute tnoiuiB nlwuys worn otiu THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY Krw injm Iortlvur lllla Initiation He limmllfiil Mcreury rirwljlo Aiftlitn eiuitrtln only li i CHArt A CfirrrKNTON MW YOUK 55e When a liwsult Ih put off It Is bv no Afi Jlann An 5 A DAY TO I8lira not iinifrrFamplrn worth flftO rMe Hie lir tvvl l H7l lllUUaUIIIUmiC UUIIUOLUkUlO UllUk l itilamt li lalio Waililnirton and Orivmi eCUID Cfl at IulillcntlunawlltiMapadaicrlblnirrHK oCflu rUll HKSrAirrlculliinlllriilniriiidTiiihr latiilauow oicn to Keillors SENT TRnC Adiirixa Lnnd Commissioner CflAS B LAMBORN I PAUL MIHTI neri1pllnn of yonrMilf with ISr for com Cry fl writ dbliu nluioUUD ion prediction of your fnt tiro life tc V M fort uuiuur juu uu umu MVIK IMIIS HAMILTON U1UII I UH ClIKMHUlCOMlANVMuw York liiOhiotlHspllooil Fend riDUC and MICC 11 N- - liAXCIIUITfortleacrlpllon JcDcrauiiO rAnMO lliKiiln FREE Government LANDS linUC rJl lluin oriiicrJi eaiin in unicm nurwi I 0 IIHla HrMiM Urnuliie Qnlrti etc I8ily ttifint sale Wrllo for lonii llrHcoitAJillniiidwayKT HTlBT UooL kraplnir lttmnalilp Hh Hlioiiliand rtv thOPmjy taaekl nUME iixHc five HBtATHlOILUK KaKUST by mall Clrculura prP ifkfk vnirrn 11199 lur Tr 0ENT lrlrln fr wniitiHlforKlitciriiiriieta VOU1C IKOFIT nnil HAMILir YHKM HpoHV SI RnilR DUnC Irlco Mat a rsnultdKoaia liril for PoultryWater Slu Yorh toe rnCHLfruMiiMl Kend CIIKMHUI IU WOJUCS fu SJ1 i 2 ANK cr K WIIKN WKITIAU TO AIIVKKT1KKUH IImAUK Ul but Vw saw U mi Advrllaiai T uSH TiriiaSMTWilll t U liliilgMfafafc IKsntttcky and South Atlantis Railway liKK COUNTY Special Correspondence TIMEJfABlJE No o 1 Leaves Mt Sterling nt700 n lit rlvwi ntt Itothwell 840 a m Llmivcm nr nr- - rlvc n ut Mt Sterling 10im in No a Lcawa Mt Sterling 155 p to ar- rrvcn Kothwcll 33j p in No 4 Leaves Itothwell at 400 p ui an ivc9 Mt Sterling 545 p in No 2 connects at Mt Sterling with IU22 train going Went anil 154 train going Kant on C fe 0 Itallwnj Trains leave Mt Sterling from depot foot j of MuynvUla street 1ii3MoiitgoiiHty County Court day Spe cial IcuvuN Kutliwcll the third Monday in each mouth at TttO n iu arriving at Mt Sterling at 000 a ui Returning Leaves Mt Sterling Ct 300 p in arriving nt Roth well nt 480 m Â¬ ltothwdl ut 01T u in Hazel Green Herald Subscription Itw Ami MiiHt - SI a Year lulil In Ailvanro EASTERN KENTUCKY WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ArtE DOING Compiled ly County CorrcsiiondiintH unl Cut and Conilrnyril from Our Coiitcinporurrow - BtOKfiAN COUNTK i it un tnc rugiit oi ino Il3lh inst TrWis Barkers hoxisc at Flat diccinl Correnpondeuec y j awh tea iiu trv i i noartthis place wn destroy ed by fire He thinks it caugh from the fire jplncesomo wnvii9 it was burning between ihe ceiling and weather boarding near the mantel When he awoke he first tried jtoextinguish the ilamea but could not ujcthcn tried to get some things out of ithe house bat was forced out and had to let all burn Hut as every bitter has its svvcot it tv jus fully covered by insurance lder D O Combs hns just returned front Heattyville where he has been He had holding a series of meetings eighteen additions to the church He also talked up the matter of building a church at that place aiid met with a favorable response He was sent there by the Missionary Hoard of the Christian Church to look after the matter as there is no regular church house in Lee County 7ch Couch came very near losing his house hy lire last week Several books and papers were stacked upon a bureau 5n a room md a box of matches lay incur the books and by some means the matches were ignited Next morningon entering the room they found a large pile of ashes instead of the books and a hole inearly burned through the top of the ibufeau Ira Clark the plural father was in town several days last week taking orders for lightning rods and trying to act as ithough nothing had happened at hit house Ho will rod the hoin e of Dr Xoekhart of this place and also A F Pieratts new hotel building and J M 3icratt large barn A beautiful sdte has been procured foi the public grave yard at this place and the work of trausfering the dead from the old to new grave yard has begun cuiid will continue until all are moved Logan Lindon and Mr Walters arc improving but Mrs Kate Nickel and Win Prater wife and daughter are still in a lingering condition Died Gn the lilth at 2 oclock Dot iMtirpliys oldest child caue of death spinal meningitis Mr MtiTdiy lives on Graiy Creek Willis Lykins bought of Samuel E 3tys last week one of the best bulls in this county for which he paid G0 Peter Fan in and Mr Uowlin pnssed throngli liero last week with HiO head of iliogs for the Mt Sterling market Iloone Nickcll and son are visiting relatives and Wends in this section W B Goad is on a business trip to JGftp -- W li Hul lock Sheriff of Owsley County passed through town yesterday on his way to Lancaster to convey a man named Sta It will be plcton to the penitentiary romombcred that Stapleton was convict Â¬ ed at thc last term of the Owsley Circuit Court for the killing of Frank Dunegan j some two years ago and was given twen ty yenrs iu the State prison He appeal ed and the judgment of the lower court was affirmed GT Center Shcriilof Wolfe County and Mr Bullock passed through town last Sunday en route to Booneville to attend the Owsley County Court of Claim and to submit to said court plans and specifications for building a Court Poacoon Enrth House in Bonneville There were severAwaits that countless army of martyrs al contestants for the contract We were whose ranks are constantly recruited informed that Mr Center received the from the victims of nervousness and contract at something near 8000 nervous diseases The price of the boon Messrs Strother and Bush of Loui is a systematic course of Hostetters ville were in our midst several clays last Stomach Bitters the finest and most geweek They were prospecting for minernial of tonic nervines pursued with rea al and timber land and were well pleas Easier pleasantcr sonable persistence ed with our immense bodies of timber rnd safer this than to swash the victualand fine veins of coal ling department with pseudo tonics al- S P Smallwood our Circuit Clerk coholic or the reverse toof extracts He went to Boonevillo last Mondav nerve foods narcotics sedatives and poi submitted plans c to the court but Tired Natures sweet in disguise was knocked out on the first round by Mins balmy sleep is the providenG T Center But you bet it takes a restorer tial recupirant of weak nerves and this hustler to head him glorious franchise being usually the con Mrs Callie Abraham wife of the Hon sequence of sound digesthn and increas John E Abraham member eject to the ed vigor the great stomachic which in Legislature from HenryCqiinty is visitures both is productive also of repose at ing her father Hon John G McGuire of Not unrefrehed the required time this pi are and her many friends are glad awakens the individual who ut cs it but to see her vigorous clvar headed and tranquil Use Miss Gray sister to Prof Gray our the Bitters also in fever and ague rheuaccomplished school teacher came up on matism kidney troubles constipation the boat Monday She will teach music and billousnes- in connection with the Espicopal School VIlUilMA Old Undo John McQueen of this orrespondeiiee Special He countv was in town last Mondav Ckdak BllTK Va Feb 10 Miss says he is now 10f years old and as spry Nannie Plumnieris again with us and as the majority of middle aged men The entertainment at the Court House we are Mire one person is pleaded from last Fridav niidit was a success The the broad grin on his face George B Hurst of Tazewell C IL Last Loaf was acted skillfully in the wa- - at this place last Friday and Saturpresence of a very large audience F L Malum and E D Hughes left day Mrs Elizabeth Cecil has returned here Saturday with eight horses for the Mt Sterling market The hores belong home Mrs T A Repns has gitin ey ed to Judge Milium Several new buildings in this end of Miss Nancy Bowman of this county left Tuesday on the boat for Pittnburg the burg are Hearing completion Mis Lizzie Ilepcss who has had fever Laurel County where she will begin a for some time is out again school Willie P Cecil C A Spott and Pat Hiram Hogg the efficient Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue for this Steele are gone to Graham Station this week district wa in Heattyville Friday ltev G M Johnson filled the Method W E Word of Barbourville was in town last week and says that Barbour- Â¬ ist pulpit at this place Sunday and preached a very interesting sermon ville is on a big boom Ukattyvillk Feb 17 Â¬ called and his fon Dave Ixe They had an examining trinl and Dave was held for further trial He then proposed to me that if the Court would release him lie would tell who had robbed the stores of A J Day G H Allen and Patrick The Court agreed to it and the boy said he and Stephen and Henry Diamond and another Diamond boy whose name I do not remember were the ones who roblwd all the bee hives and all tho stores He said Day would not sell his goods and they thought he ought to bo robbed He says they divided Davs goods and he took his part and sunk them in the river They distroyed part of Allens goods for fear of being lound out lie say tlm rnat nf llnvs fronds wliiill till Dill- monds boys got were hid in a dill and the remainder of Allens were in Ileiisc ley Diamonds stable loft Parties are hunting the Diamond boys and the goods W B AuKN Yours truly One I Dollar FOR 0 9 CENT Ever offered in Lexington We will put on sale the best value in an UNLAUNDEIED SHIRT A White Shirt at 39 Cents We have and can show von more Overcoats than all the clothiTi houses in Lexington touetheV and at prices that will astonish you Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Louis LEADING CLOTHIERS 37tf Â¬ Lexington Ky QH F BRO WERCO jii Â¬ Several coal boats were shipped on the last tide to the markets below and sold Dot at fair prices Charley Howe of Mt Sterling was in our town during the week transacting business Highest Honor Worlds Exposition IT TNI Mitchell Mayor of Richmond was in Beatty ville Tuesday attending to 1 J 7mJ4MUs A II OWCor EW L W RSMITH COMMERCIAL WA 23 X EX TO of tho COLLEGE business I Â¬ ltev C H 1ickwood of Proctor left on the steamboat Tuesday for the citjes Geo Frazier and Bob Hogg of Boone ville were iu town one day last wed It A Watson has been confined to his room two weoks with a severe cough Geo E Tuck C IL Baker and T J McDaniel were in town Saturday J II Flanery of Proctor went below during the week on business Brownlow Jamison of this place went to Ford during the week Capt B II Sales Of Irvine was in Heattyville on Monday Lewis Benton of Irvine was in town during th week Hon David Pryse of Estill came up Ky Kentucky Unlvorsity Lexington liouaoUapor HUopposlt8 Cou- - Mu oul D 1 LANGELLSr ffll ill fflifl IPInffe ASTHMA AND ZHCVn CATARRH REMEDY msLQHtk SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIRTS Sit Sterling IIUKATXIITT COUNTY cjpeulHlCorrispoiiitoiiee lliciu Feb JJvpkr Foisv lSKieeT Wil- Â¬ son of whom we spoke last week is still crihlhied o his bed His illness is sup posed to be protracted front the spell he iuitl last summer Old Mv I lays of x placo is also very sick good log lido in the Wo have had creek here und gotpeveral logsoutwhich will bo run to market on the next tide Sherman Cope hns just returned home from a visit io Jackson and other Â¬ yesterday The steamer Favorite arrived here yesterday Bob Smith of Irvine was in town this week Success to Thk HritA ti Hkikn Hiazes spoiut S Sk TaHlboe left for Mt Sterling with a drove of cattle a fjw days since Thomas llorton of Campton has been visiting his sister Mrs J P Tuttlhcc Prof S S Taalbeos school has closed out oh account of sickness Silas Taulbeo hm a very sovevc cac of uwrc eye JohnS Hays has mumps SUAs Eciiofjt c fflDIHrlH tan gel blank Warrants aM and Koplovin Honda at tfiis wilts per qniro Sent by mail Thousands of people suHer with back ache not knowing that iu most eases it is a symptom of diseased kidneys and liver which plasters and lotions cannot Dr heal The best and safest remedy Balm J II MeJcaus Liver and Kidney IL C Plimpton Juliet III writes Send 100 per bottle Sold by G B Swaugo Catarrh Keniody at once Cannot get along without it I find it to be the most valuable I Intel Green medicine have ever tried We have many other hearty testimonials The Robbory in Morgan of cure or relief and iu order that all sutler Wilms Oak Feb lfith 1888 ers from Asthma Catarrh Hay Kever and kindred diseases may have an opportunity Hilitor Haxkl Gkkkx Hkkati of testing the value of tho ltumedy we will On tho night of February 5th John send to any address TUIAL PACK AG K Herods son Patricks store was broken l RBI OF CHAKUrc If your druggist fails into and several things taken A posse to keep it do not permit him to sell you some was organized and started on a hunt for worthier Imitation by his rvpresenting It to send good thieves They soon found eleven pairs of bf last a your but and directly to uh address plainly name Write Carpels Furniture Wall Paper Draper boots nutl a half doien bate in a hollow Co Prims Aridrcvi J ZIMM HUMAN log in tho woods On examination one Wholesnle Druggihts Woontcr Wayne Co pnir of boots proved to ho the property Ohio Full size Box by mail 100 juOy of G B Allen whose store was roblicd llKUALniaonfy 9l00iryclir homo time since On suspicion wo arrested is aomo times now is tho time to subscribe no Cur or Jar Lcc as ho -- 1 llnvinu Mnitfidetl UO vi iir between life and dentil will ASTHMA r PHTHISIC treated liy eminent physicians itiulreeeiv ennipelK il iltirin the inu no benefit I lust ft veiirs of my illness to sit on mv elmir day and niflt gii iping for breath My Mif Terinys were beyond ileM ription Iu despair I experimented on myself hv compounding root- and inhaling the medicine thus obtain ed I lorttiniiti lv discovered thi i WOXlKIt-l-MITIIK POIt ASTHMA AND CA TAltUH warranted to relieve the most stub born ease of ASTHMA IN l l VK MlXlTlvS so that the patient can lie down to rest and sleep comfortably JMenm read the follow ing condensed extract from unsolicited testimonial all of recent date writes r Oliver V 11 Holmes San lose I find the Keuiedy all and even more than rcpiTM ntml I receive instantaneous relief KM Carson A M Warren Kan writes Was treated by eminent physicians of this country and iermany tried the climate oi dillereiit States uotirinj atlbnled relief like vmir preparation h K Phelps l M tries Ohio writes Snifercd with Asthma lo year Your medi cine iu 1 minutes does more for me than the most eminent physician dill for me iu three Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SpEfifflfClMiMalis i -T i i Â¬ imported especially for this Springs trade The line is replete with fresh and beautiful patterns EXTRA many of which are entirely new tions QUALITY OF GOODS UNUSUALLY CHOICE DESIGNS and LOW PRICES are the attracÂ¬ iHHiiaHlliliB C We have just received a large shipment of 1 F BROWER CO Wood MantelslTilesiArt Goods TilT Corner Main and Broadway LEXINGTON KY