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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - iiii 1w11 - r - ii i 1AZEL SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Green Herald ai TTT 4- - Devoted to tin Development of Knutorn Kentucky i- - Sl00 A YEAR AlvyaysAln Advnnco VOL III ArroiiNiY-AT-L- A HAZEL GHUES WOLFE COUNTY KY ALL OVER THE WORLD IN A WEEK FRIDAY MARCH 2 JS88 ZTsx v SO 52 ruuuxwawaJvrsn vr a A hotel clerk in Mattenwnn N Y A fire at Buflalo X Y Hat unlay des Kansas has u newspaper for every 100 has a remarkable curiosity in the shape ot A w miles of railroad She has 1000 miles of troyed property to the value of 250000 Anm Rpal Kstatk AorKT He purchased ItMovcrhl ytnv ago nprxm Pun ill v Alieliimm hnsi voted a watch Ken road hence she has 100 newspapers IM flllMV JV II IV from a German who bought it in a pawn Ashland is now lit up with electric tuckyhas 2 Oils miles of railroad and Ullllil fol- - local ojtion inakitiK tliirty oiic oounttt Will practice in all the Courts of Wolfe shop in Germany at a cost of not quite IH its than 200 newspapers showing a rlllVC u tbe State Powell Menifee nml Rrcnthitt counties in American money The curious part is it fitles examined abstracts furnished tax- the remains ol an unknown man nave numocrot papers in eaca iaieas compared Hon George Turner an Associate never has buen woand for oightor nine v jtatil fur iion residonts real estate bought been tound in a tree near Montpelicr 1ml to the civilizing iulluuiice of railroads Hut Justice of the Supreme Court of Washing ail sold Collections u specialty years since he has Inn it for two reasons the newspapers in Kontucky are meagrely Tobacco men in Fayette County arc ton Territory has resigned TTT v ax First It docs not wind with a key lioris It oi ix supported compared with those of Kansas paying as high as fifty dollars an acre rent As soon as a Rowan Coun a stem winder nor is there any other me The testimony before the railroad builds one house with for land II ZKLGRhiN KY which to start a town the next load of freight ty investigating Committee has closed and chanical means to wind it It winds itself simply by the motion of the body during heen struck at Fort A Examiner of Depositions Worthgas well Ithasimpossible to extinguish dumped oil there is an outfit for a newspa- arguments will begin at once is Texas per and then an excessive bragging on the Henry Alves n former well known the day It lias an hour and a ininiUo baud for Wolfe county town and county begins ami as the town resident of Louisville dropped dead from also a second hand is olid silver and has Rcspectfnully olicitis tin patronage of the the tlanieo an independent second hand that registers iwimip nml will atUiul promptly toull bus ltepublieaiirt in Now York and Boston and the county grow the newspapers grow heart disease at Seymour 1ml the number of hoars it is wound It also mi s entrusted to bis uni i celebrated the birthday anniversary of Abra with them Here it is ipiite diiicrcut The Fleming Phillips of Nicholasvillo has a peculiar center piece that when touch towns and counties grow old and rich after ham Lincoln AKKlt Sc BACK has become demented it is believed through ed planes the hands backward or forward being settled a hundred years and newspa California has cucumbers a foot long the excessive smoking of cigarettes at will No manufacturers name can b pers llop in and out dying and giving in Attorneys-at-La- w The California variety of cholera morbus death all on account of an old fashioned W W Corcoran the veteran banker found on tbe works or in the ease the only must be something appalling Perpetual Man Â¬ letters are on the works a c hakimi parsimony which appears to eOing to all old and noted philanthropist of Washington JACKSON C Hack i ometer Jos A Woehler ono of the old pio countries Y hat we want in Kentucky is a died at his residence in that city Friday KKNTUCKY neers of Louisville died at Leavenworth Breathitt County general push all along the line for general Deputy Sherifl Coy was attacked at The Presidential party arrived in Wash Â¬ Kansas last week aged sixty years We need a good avcrtising Fl Cuero Ranch Texas by five bandits 1 It ington Sunday morning from their trip to State progress JO C LYKINS The farms of the United States num- law but not the kind of a one which is now killed four of them und badly wounded the Florida and the South Owing to tliu un ollcrcd at Frankfort one which coin seasonable hour oftbeir arrival there were County Attorney Roal Estnto Agort ber about 10001100 of which nearly 1100 beingthe patronage to all be given to the big other pels 000 arc worked under lease or oiihharcs and Notary Public Two Nashville men went to law about no persons at the station except the railway hogs and leaves the pigs to sijacal and die Â¬ Ail- 1 notices in nil Courts in Wolfe anil a job of work that was worth about seventy- - empluvi Sj anil a few drowsy titvclers awaitA New York policeman arretted a man While we arc not sum ring for advertising jouiing Counties nud Court of Appeals five cents and spent f7000 before the matter ing the departure of their trains The mem He disturbed a wc for coughing ou the street are opposed to Mich a class legislative CrColleetbms- a Specialty bers of tbe party immediately entered carÂ¬ was settled burglar who happened to be sleeping in th hog law llourbon News County Ky Cvmiton Womk riages in waiting and were driven to their neighborhood Judge George M Thomas Republican homes They were well and in good spirits Why not amend the bill so that the ofli 11 J A TAULIJKE Tn the past three years llussia has ex- - ccr ordering the advertising can designate member of Congress from the Ninth Disbut are naturally quite fatigued from their ported OLnlOOOO bushels of wheat In the the otlicial organ where there are two or trict says that be will not be a candidate journey and spent the day in doors enjoying Or where the for re election same time the Inited States exported 77 more papers in a county much needed rest The reception given Jo county is able to support two papers the bushels of the President and Mrs Cleveland and party 3is00 loll McGoocrun and Taylor Kent Hazel Green Wolfe County Walker County Ga quarreled about a wo both on their journey to and through the Mrs Elizabeth P Edwards wife of patronage might be sullicient to divide KKNTTCKY The young gentlemen of the various man the result being that Kemp was shot land of flowers and on their return home Hon Ninian W Id wards and sister of Mrs was hearty and entliUMnstie They had a Abraham Lincoln died suddtnly at Spring- - Kentucky Colleges are now becoming much through tbo heart k good time and expressed thepiselyes as de field UN last week interested in the approach of the First Inter Â¬ The Tinted States Grand Jury has reOf Elliott County T trlpV The midwinter whipping at Newcastle State Collegiate Oratorical Contest There turned indictments against President Means lighted with the WITH arc five Colleges in the State whi h belong and Vice President DcCnmp of the late Tn Delaware took place last wick and thir - tbo teisf- wnf k we lmvo asked ner- i i Co teen victims were lashed by the Sherifl to the league u Centre College Danville Metropolitan Rank Imps a hundred Rarrcu County limners Georgetown College Georgetown Central five whites and si blacks 2U W Market St Lonsvuii KY What are you going to niUe the coming Suffering at Mt Vernon 111 is great Kentucky Inivcr Kentucky FniverMty Richmond Sdicits the p uronageof lvitern Oh Tbe answer invariably is The date for holding the Indiana Re- sity Kiebmond Kentucky Iniversitv and and the victims of the lata storm are hud year tor Rlank Hooks Uftiiikdled together in bnrns ami are in need of am going to put every fool of bind in toConvention to select delegate publican State The first M College Lexington the A There is every indication that the bacco TQIKII A IT I 6 IT E at large to the National Convention has contest will take place at Central University immediate assistance JL A T Pnntvrr Proprietor greatest tobacco crop uver planted will from April JO to May It been changed Hon Bryan S McClnro died at his Richmond Friday April 0 in the UniverHurley is tbe favorite in this season EKl MOIKJAN COCNTY KY L lluteliin on not yet thirty sity building Faeh of the Colleges named home in Russell County Feb 11th lie had kind lint all sorts will be seeded down It Chas The house is new anil newly fiirnMieil ami charges four President of the Chicago Poard of above will have a contetant The first prize represented Russell and Casey in thelower is throughout Fare safe to say that there will be tbo biggosi Sample room furnished coin Trade is Superintendent of a large Sunday will be i0 and the second 20 in money house of the State Legislature reasonable crop of tobacco ever put in in America in eonneution mvreial nien Good stable School and supporter of a dozen missions Lincoln C Noel of Lancaster a member of R C Crnig a commercial traveler raised this year ami that there will bra ami special care taken of horcs Mohamedans the first to arrive the senior class w ill represent the literary from Cincinnati was burned to death in the tremendous fall in prices when this enor Â¬ store will be found a general Four fiXx niv Danville Tri- Tiiley Hotel at Shreveport La Saturday toek of merchandise at lowir 1UUHs ycvcral years landed at Castle Garden en societies of Centre College mous crop is put on the market Oui horn my in bune Stop at inv hotel ami buy goods at All the other gucsis usurped night mute to Savannah and New Orleans where est opinion is that the farmer who let wish to save money If jou tore Wolfe County has a representative in thev will engage in the manufacture of The Kentucky Republican State Con tobacco alone this year and goes in for Henry Livingtwo of the above Colleges cloth trjl Committee has decided to hold a State grain cattle and hogs is the man who will ston Godsey is at Centre College Danville have the richest bank account next year Chicago has a young man named Fur and J Ilnneyisat Central University Convention at Louisville May 2 to select Glasgow Times CAMPTON KY years of age who i to Richmond The first named was a prize delegates to the National Convention ber not yet twenty S s COM US lnoiMttrTor1 givcl 000000 as an inducement to others winner last year and if he should show up J ml go Sage of the 1J S Court al Pascal Porter the boy proaohor lec in that city to join him in founding a uni- in the coining contest would maintain the Cincinnati bus refused tbe application for tured or preached at Harlows Hall ou The patronage of the traveling nubhc is versity similar to the one in Heidelberg Table the best and honor of Hazel Green tbe removal of Ren Hopkins from the County Thursday night of last week He is a noble i esoectfullv solicited i virv atteiition for the comfort of guests Polk has been nominated looking boy with a pleasant countenance Judge E J As there are 110 counties in the State Jail to his Iwimt- on account of ill health as a candidate for and as about seventy five of these counties by the Prohibitiouis3 George W Ward was sentenced to the oppressive eyes and well shaped head His Louisville district The draw more money from the State Treasury Penitentiary for five years for stealing over pieaiihing wan remarkable and Instructive Congress in the Judge formerly lived in Hnrrodsburg but than thev pav in would it not be an excel coats from the hotels at Torre Haute ml Whether his Hermans are original or memmoved to the Falls Citv several months ago lent move on the part of our General As The crime was only committed two days be orized all will have to admit that be is a yj sria will kcoji on I have located H line deelaimer His gestures were Appro Near Paris on Wednesday morning of sembly now in session to add to their rep- foi e line linlid it I el Mor- priate and bis language elegant Ho in only of locks Jew- - las week the residence of Thos Howe was utation as being a body of eloipient and 3232 Charles E Henry a young gambler eleven years of age and it certainly a wonn count v number of ntchs Also a line of tine Spec burned with all its contents His little year far seeing solous to reduce the Would not who shot and killed Klla Moore a variety der There were but few in attendance oa vlrv and Will ell jroods at old child was hImi burned to death He re- counties to about one half tacles and Kje glussos actress hi Denver Colorado last November eitv prices ami guarantee satisfaction Re cently moved there from Nicholas County thousands be saved annually and would we was acquitted on a pluu of transitory that evening and next morning he received pairing a speeialtv and work warranted a letter stating that his mother wik not We answe- rbetter government T F CAUR Respectfully Ac frenzy Two hundred Kansas farmers were in not have expected to live and he left ou tho first as any man of common sense am judgment Memphis Tenn last week getting informa In u street duel at Lincoln C H W train for his home In Indiana Georgetown would reply yes Frankfort Journal tion about lands in that vicinity with a view and a man Yes that would be awful nice for peo Va between Paris Rluinfleld They say they cant of having homes McCoy an outsider Rufus Stowera living within a stones throw of the named A few nights ago a party of colored ptaml any inore blizards such as lane ple The principals wero Court House but how about the people who was idiot in the le iitini were bunting coons ncarOcuhi Swamp visited Kanwis this winter and last The wri- arretted live twenty to thirty mile away Zotto Ma Â¬ in the southern part of Georgia J S Deweese of Hunters Bottom ter of the above lives at the sunt of govern Debating son one of the party while altuinptfng to A Kunning Water Neb on the City of Madison ment and cares nothing for the nnfuittiuntes Society after three hours discansion on the The under urned will begin school in Lzcl shipped to Louisville out a true that r noon vHHupposudi occu Morgan coiintv MONHAY JAN 2 1SSS last Friday seventy two ho sheiids of tobae who do not The Legislature will not reduce question Resolved That buurds ate more py cut a deep gnsb in his leg His first arl which will continue live months and she co which is mi id to lie the largest shipment the number of counties however Not beneficial than lawyers decided it in the was to run to a marshy stagnant pool near kindlv solicit a liberal patronnyo from all ever made by ono person to Louisville ou LTS even to accommodate the Journal man aflirmative by and gathering biiudfaU of tbo slimy frieiuls of education was IVTMY Mr- - Mry Nickrll General Mail Line The value of the shipment The attachment of the master to his Gibson near Chattanooga found mud poulticed thu wound thereby obstruct Â¬ Frank Literature Mrs Anna J Tiulds IiiHtrumen uion old slaves and of the fidelity of the latter a bombshell in the field wheie it had lain ing tho flow of blood The noxt day the Music tnl At Georgetown Ja Thursday week- to their former master even since their em- hiuco the war lie carried it home and bis wound had honied and the entire part of TJUtMS OK tuition 2 Lewis Moore colored was hanged before a ancipation is well illustrated in the case of wife thoughtlessly placed it on the stove the leg oa which the mud had buuu placed 1rimrry Depaitment 7 WJ lutermediate Colored pjwple small crowd of people Moore ascribed his an old family colored servant of Judge Jo Â¬ when it exploded Mrs Gibson Is fatally hail turned almost wblto S Languages Sm ininfortunu entirely to whisky and begged seph II Lewis one of the bravest of injured from far and near are now making pilgrim 15 W Mnic the of and daubing thuinsulvas Judge of the to lioanUpcr week v 1 ou his hearers to bewaresold itbis Just beforelocal Confederate Gcncrilsand now aslaves before Barklay Peak who was convicted last ages mudthe poolhope of becoming white hotly to Mas MAUY F NICKICLL in the trap was sprang he with One of the Addas Appeals Court of having murdered his cousin Mary physicians for 20 which he banded to his the war was a deaf and dumb negro called fall of Duluth Minn experienced n dyna Anderson near Camden N J has been TUtiGLE wife Ulack George bat oftcnor by the simple trial the Conit holding that mite explosion Wednesday week Tuesday granted a new WJT1I Since bis free Dr John T Clark one of the most appellation of Dummy bid the a blast was Co prominent physicians of Clark County died dom he hasi remained a servant in Judge the jury which convicted him was illegally morning of rock thrown explrtded it was not Gk up by drawn amouiit jonnnus oi at his home at Pilot View last week He Lewis family and no inducement could largest horso sale overbold in Kon- Â¬ sullicient for tho charge of dynamito thai The Dummy was a man of much ability and at one time have made him leave them Rav had been put in Thinking that probably Counwas taken down with pneumonia recently tucky closed at Lexington Saturday represented Powell and Montgomery Slates ami from some of the explosive had not goiuj off an all lie was buried and notwithstanding he was given Hie best ers from woreover the United hundred nml other small charge was put hi and setoff ties in the Legislature Pour on hand Canada with the honors of Free Maionry of which medical attention and care died last week 95 and 7 WFvr PKAHL STKFFT Wednesday 1020 an average thu result lining satisfactory wereiold for To a Northerner his funeral would have sixty bond ordor he was an enthusiastic member CINCINNATI OHIO morning sixty inon went to work drilling in doubtlim caused a surprise Tliruo carriages of 5 102 per head the rock whon nrr explosion took placet Charles Wingard and Annie Fox un next to the hearse contained inc of the lirst There is great rejoicing among the which killed four men and severely Injured BANK cle ami niece killed themselves with the families of Hopkinsville those of Gen Lewis TRADERS DEPOSIT I Cherokee Indians around Tnhlequah Indian tldity four nthVrt same revolver in tln Jail at Alliance Ohio hie sisters and his sous which wero follow- Territory over the recent decision of Indian last week The couple bad eloped from ed by a long prooossion of colored people Coiamisfcioner AtkiiiK The ruling in tbo A man who waa fishing through tho MT STERLING KY Monroe I ml where they bad been living lee In Oakland County Mich the other day Frank Fallon of Fond du Eae Wis case uf tbo Knstern Uaml of Cherokces vs was pulling In a fourteen pound pickerel as husband and wife They were arrested recent blizzard in the Cherokue Nation gives the Cherokee IiAd him when the hook broke at Alliance and killed themselves rather saved his life during the He Nation the right to ruuoguizc who are her and nearly refuge in a pig pun than go back to the scene of their disgrace Dakota by taking Willi wonderful prescnoa of mind ho thrust passed the night with a fat porker rusting ou citizens Ids hand into tho fishs mouth closed hi The number of pounds of fish caught his feet and one on each side of him and Chnrloy Henderson charged with swin- Â¬ fist and lauded the gameJ M IHGSTAFF Prosidont i daring in the lakes Michigan and Superior thus escaped without a frost bite dling J II Uark of Royle County out of n lfi value 4aW8flS08 j Tin HhualpiiikI tho Weekly Cinein Cashier the year was 7M7 holuea large sum of money in Scplembor 1881 wan V W TIIOJISO Ono of the largest publishing number of nctH in the work 10702 value at natl Knquiror ore year for only 200 It Penitentiary world is the Mothodist book concern sentenced t ono year in tbo us that this in the best combination of the nets 1M078S3 number of men in the DIllECTOIlS the aged Frankfort The evidence against him wiw htrikes 13S0 will pay ouiployed 030 number of boats usod MO which in January every yot rnadek and If It hit you tho same way of de flimsy and unsatisfactory to nearly will get bOlH boats 115073 value oi looks preachers and widows and orphans Andukw FrsiKU value of the total value of fishing proper- - ceased Methodist ministers the munificent body oxcent those who could reconcile it send us 200 in cash and you fVMllS CNOUN 170811 pupura for twelve woatlnr etc j with thufcworn duty of a Juror sum of 100000 Iu U U DllAKB J T IIIOIILAND ty s mcoo Mrtiily twnwwnB3mmawwTO MA PEL TSAAC IJIU 1 1 j 1 Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 JJ Â¬ Â¬ - Physician and Surgeon iTko D Â¬ Â¬ wiutt Â¬ Henry Knoefel - A- - Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ ii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 9 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SELECT SCHOOL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ Jt F Â¬ Â¬ Ringg old Boots and Shoes Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ fcajfeu iiia kliailiil mi ii Hazel Green Herald BPENCKIt COOPEIt Publisher HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY TWO EXTREMES The modest man who claims to know But llttlo that is worth tho learning 3 not a priceless tronsuro though Ho merits nolthor scorn nor npurnlng Ho 1b not wIbo yot surely ho la wlso onough to doubt his knowledge Eon though lios onrned by years of toll Tho prlzo diploma of a college And hoU not craze a patient friend With heavy verbose dissertations On thomoB ho no moro understands Than beggars do Smiths Wealth of tions Na- Â¬ Of nil tho human plagues that llvo Tho frauds by which mankind are cheated Theres hardly ono moro troublesome Than ho whom men llnd solf conceltcd Tho self conceited man Is wise That is if you can but bollovo htm Oh that some suddon happy thought Would only strike and undecolvo him I To hear his words Is wasto of time What Is their value all together You may trail lung behind a goose Before you find an ostrich feather How much moro elbow room wed havo Upon this earth If Fato shduld order That all tho self concolted men Should omlgrato beyond tho border Between tho two thoro Is n mean Tho mean I moan boars no bad meaning Whoso mental moans or Htnall or great Mako not his solMovo overweening If In dobato however rich From topmoft murk nos brought to zero Ho recognizes which Is switch And takes it smiling llltc a hero George Oregon Gregg in Detnorettt Magazine TKEAN THE MORMONS DAUGHTER By ALVA MILTON KERB Written Whllo Livlny in Utah Copyrighted J8S7 paper Co V Kellogg AiriM by the A All Jllghts Jleiervcd CHAPTER I Tin MHirriNt l v fl Pi EVERY mnnB lifo thuro uomcH an hour which not unliko u black or golden numeral In u long train of cyphers bUuuir out heavy with tho invis-- iviViULryS2i ible future Looking back at Inst wo seo jfejuult hour distinct us HjGiZ T tc7mii n nhips spar thrust up into tho dawn nnd how it Hliot u shudow or a benm of light through nil tho bubble hours that ono by ono roso nftor itl To Paul Elchurd though ho did not know it such nu hour hud come Riding along a mountain road where tho world just back of tho peaks that fuco Groat Salt Luke rolls eastward fold on fold toward tho Weber river ho was overtaken by tho sunset In a great flush it lay over tho ridge tops and vast shelves of land whllo among tho Wasatch peaks to tho wost whoro it seemed falling tho royal colors wore splashed half way up to tho zenith Ho touched hiB horso with tho spur to quicken him but the summer light lingers a long time in tho luminous Utah nir aftor tho sun sinks and in a moment tho impulse of hasto lapsed from his consciousness and ho wont forward looking soberly and hnlf dreamily about - iiSVir i i i m tyW H N and striped with whito In linltntion of brick but nil mean of size and always besido or surrounded by a sort of garden or mimic farm These tho wlfo or wives worked with babos ubout them whllo tho older chil Â¬ dren horded sheep upon tho mountain sides or watched tho cattle browsing in tho hol- Â¬ lows Tho mon lu largo part wcro simply human drones some wcro industrious many were well meaning but most of them had drained tho numbing upas cup of polygamy und were morally and physically de Â¬ bauched and undone Just at tho skirt of tho villngo a cool mouthed canyon opened gradually into tho valloy Through it a creek of water rjrur and cold Iroin chasm springs and melting snow uion tho peuks came lenplug and tumbling forward from tho mountains Crossing tho b rid go that spanned it tho road becamo two ono turning across tho valley tho other making downward through tho town Pausing there with indecision our rider at last dismounted sprang over tho fence and crossed u tiny meadow to a houso that stood among tho trees Ho was a tall fellow blond headed with a mobile pleasant face and clear decisive step Tho place was such a pretty ono he could not chooso but look about him On tho right luy a garden and on the left a little orchard whilo in front were rows of cotton wood nnd loctiBt trees Close in front of tho house which wns of hewn logs and rather large woro walks and beds of llowers and blooming vines clnmbored round and over tho doors and made a green net of tho nar- Â¬ row porch that ran ahmg tho structure A plot of ground of perhaps a dozen acres belonging to tho valloy but seemingly driven part way Into tho canyon comprised A hundred tho farm that surrounded it acres moro of sand and stony hillside to bo sure belonged to It as with most of these poor places among tho mountains but only tho ground tho creek hud mado through centuries of silent toil could hear tho plow That much was fat indeed and exceedingly productive being quickened by tho powerful light of theso high altitudes and watered dally by Irrigating streams When Paul Elchard camo up tho walk among the lowers their many odors mot him like a heart easing balm Away in tho wost tho sun had sunk far down in a mount- Â¬ ain notch and was sending its last long rays across tho valley and among nnd undor the trees spotting and spattering tho leaves and log walls and very ground with geld All his life not knowing he had been mak Â¬ ing his way toward that hour which looking back ho should see standing out from its sisters liko a span against the dawn but ho felt no prescient thrill only tho beauty of tho lowers und tho vine wound houso spattered with sunset gold uttracted Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nnd turning down through tho orchard stepped upon a wall of stone that ran beside it nnd looked from under tho archway of lior hand toward tho ford below lu a moment tho galloping horseman entered a clump of trees then reappeared and rodo straight into tho foaming creek Near tho water tho track of recent passers turned down tho stream to a now nnd safer point but in the falling light ho did not observo this With the first plunge his horso was Bwcpt around and lost his feet then caught upon a iHirtfon of what once had been tho shoal struggled sank then caught again but lost it and whirled around by tho boil- Â¬ ing Hood turned ovor with his rider under him In a heartbeat of time they wcro dashed Into a sort of swirling bowl below tho man struggling with tho horse but thrown against tho overhanging bankund bounding off with tho shock thon they were both sucked round liko lightning and flung down and outward the man striking against a pile of logs half buried in sand and scooped up silt whoro he caught and hung whllo tho horso went whirling down the torrent but got his feet at last and scrambled up tho bank and shook its dripping hide It seemed but little injured but its master half conscious and with some threads of red trickling down his temple and across his whito neck still clung to tho logs seemingly more from instinct than clear reason whilo the water wrenched and tugged at him as if bound to pluck him loose Tho horso moved about and began to nibble at tho sward half heartedly but tho muster still held UU to tho logs and labored for breath Suddenly tho young woman who had watched from tho orchard wall sprang down tho bank with a faco colorless from the Bwiftncss of her coming With tho llrst sweep of her 0308 along tho edge n curious noto of horror came through her lips and sho bounded across the logs and caught the lashed and bufTetcd figure In hor fright sho seemed swift and strong almost beyond women or rather tho underlying power of this slow hard working mountain matured girl flowed through nil her being and she lifted the man up and across tho logs much as if ho had been a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I No you aro bad hurt Im afraid she Can you walk a fow Ktcps said soberly now Yes and he drew his lagging foot pnlnfuliy ucross tho little porch with her help and Into tho shadow darkened room A great home made couch stood at one side and to this she led him and he sank down upon it with n groan Then she passed quickly back into tho kitchen und in a moment returned bringing u lighted lump His largo eyes were lull of pain ub ho ami me lurucu mem a 00m mu room smoky celling u huge cupboard tilling ono corner heavy hand made tables and chairs an old fashioned fire place and a bare door with the girl coming ucross it looking largo and dusky in the blooming light made a picture to his stunned souses not unliko a Ho closed his eyes for it all dream seemed to swim about him then heavy lect camo trumping in TJCOBS I J 1 vn IJ8J LUMBAGO Carriage grnccl ut uirrinj o may hcaccoiiilctl lor In ns many ways a there arc iiiiMuiMn beings M IJSCUfAH W1A UN KSS Â¬ Why ro ninny deviate mm a Lame Back The pinal column I the main stay of the body which stiuVp up iho straluht man or woman and mittite lias proxided inun ulnr supports to hold it erect CHAPTER II Ho got hurt at tho ford Paul Elchard heard a voico saying which somehow sound ed low and far away and to his half numbed senses not unlike the lapse of bubbling water Then much ns one who rising from a great and shadowy depth sees tho day- Â¬ light making crystal of tho upper liquid and in a moment breaks through the oppressive medium Into tho light itself tho sufferer roso out of that darkness that lies beneath us liko uu unseen sea and into which our star like spirits fall and aro seemingly quenched at last Reside him tall and dusky in tho weak lamplight and looking down in- Â¬ tently on his upturned face ho saw Train Hartman standing and by her side a man of largo and rugged frame but hollow chested and stooping a llttlo at tho shoulders and with a white beard spreading over lila breast His eyes peered out of their shadowy caverns with an inquiring but not unkind expression llrst ut the girl then at the injured man Well darter ho burst out somethin must be did and ho begun turning about helplessly You stav bv him father Im loIiil for tho doctor said the girl Fetch the brandy Â¬ OTIIIUIS AIlKAH nnd women rwkk ssly themselves out of shape and the reÂ¬ sult is the few standing straight und the many bending down HYMlTOMS Pains Those which nlllict the hark are tho most insidious or suhtiU They come tit Iroin a sit Â¬ limes without warning we ting posture to Hud the hack ho crippled or strained us to cause acute suHcring TltKATMICNT Cure Rub the parts nllllcted freely with St JacoiipOii rub hard nnd vigorously producing warmth and if the piin is slow in yielding wrap the parts in flannel steeped in hot water ami wrung out Men twiMt Distortions TWISTI OUT OV SIIAIMC re THE CHARLES Sold by Ifriitnrlih nnd Dciilert FciTVuhtrc A VOGELER CO Baltimore Md IVERSPOND PIANOS NOW LEAD THE WORLD I THE CHOICE OF hSMSKMsaraacjB jBi UtWoM l aSCffiT THE NECOM f SrHVA HAVE HY 75 100 lYERSM PIANOS I COLLEGES OFMUSIC child Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ him ridge and spur and mountain heaps lonely desolate and still On tho loft tho land dipped downward and letting his horso follow tho rugged road in a moment ho was riding toward a valloy with hero and thoro a llttlo farm on elthor hand Poor patches of four or llvo acres of sand and gravel they were whoro tho sago brush had boon cleared away with a hut In tho midst and sparingly fed with water from unrelinblo rlvulots Dirty half clad children swarmed about tho doors with ono and two and somo tljnofl three wives at every threshold or digging in tho storilo garden putohes an old cart u pig pen a inula dragging a plow among tho Btonos or browsing in the brush nnd over all tho spirit of want of penury and isolation lean not conceive mused tho young horseman with u look that was half con sure und half pity on his comoly face why theso people should try to wring a livelihood from bup1i a wretched region Burely thoy must starvo In soul and body from tho years beginning to its end Tho query was u natural ono und tho lm prcsaion touching this peoplos fato boruo out a thousand fold by bitter fact Rut ho could not know nor can any other slnglo soul save that Fountain of Scnso who is tho Soul of all tho matorlal poverty of thoBO Mormon homos tho shriveled hearts tho numbed and dwarfed and want plnehed lives among theso mountain wastes Hut thoy woro not thoro from choice tho XChurch notructuro of tyranny not often equaled In tho worlds long lifo had sent thorn thither had allotted them these crabbed Htrlps of Zlou whoroon to toil pay tithes and die In every boiiso that tho vulloys might bo lllled with votors tho lands kept out of uiibollovers hands nnd that men in tho forefront und at tho editors of this huge Infamy might hold position and llvo in uflluonco Presently as ho passed down tho slopo tho sottlomont thickened a llttlo with n sort of descending gradation In tho scale of obvious povorty until at tho heart of tho llttlo vallov whoro water seemed moro abundant thoro woro Htnall swoops of vivid green horo unit thoro a Btuntod orchard with u log houso among tho trees and by times almost u suggestion of thrift Rut over it all still brooded tho ntmosphoro of Isolation and all tho human ilgures and surround lngs bespoko a cowed and blighted raco of women ignorant childreu and a conrso and lumpish community of mon Lifting his eyM tho young man buw a half mllo farther down tho valloy a aort of vlllago ubout a Mormon meatlng houso tho Rlshops rather prttaiUoua reeidonco and a fow long low fcullt of sun dried brick Thostrag KliH tttyftUingR woro mainly of hown logs wltk an occasional ono constructed of udobo and pkuUml on the outside or painted rdi Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ On all Bides nnd near and far tho land ponpo seemed to rise nnd pile away with Approaching the open door but looking at tho blossoms the sound of a footfall touched his ear and he looked up A young woman wns panning on the threshold as if she had come to meet him Involuntarily she had put out her hands on either side catching the door frntno and a startled look was Hitting across her face while on her hair and all down her lino strong llguro trembled tho spots of sun- Â¬ set light Without being conscious of it tho young man stopped and their eyes met hers when lifted with the light upon them looking not unliko two somber violets when averted seeming dreamy and almost black his a gray blue large wild but still alert and ulivo with sparkles For an instant something held them wordless much as if each were a surprise to tho other or from a kind of shock that each should find the other there though they had never met be fore in all tho world then ho said civilly but hardly with his uauul easy fashion of speech I wished to inquire if tho road leading to tho loft hand would tako ono to tho Eaglo mines and If it would bo less long than tho road running down through tho village said Tho one to tho left is tile shortest the girl and it will tako you to tho mouth You go up that to tho of Eaglo canyon Her volco was low and melmines low and though her form was strong and Grecian lu Its lines she seemed slow and Her dress half sluggish witli melancholy was very plain and hung uion hor ruporb shape without a hint at fashion an old silk cord serving to draw it to her about tho waist whllo a bunch of dark roses with their steins thrust loosely Into hor dresn Hut sho lay coulldiugly upon her bosom continued looking acrosa tho valley then turning her eyes back to his again tho creek 11 havo to bo forded twice gding that way and Its bad just thoro at tho bond Oh I think I shall got through salely ho said with a slight bow and half turning to go It will bo Into when I reach tho mines nnd I wished to go tho shortest road and ho lifted his hat I am obliged to you Then as If It woro somehow duo this girl Â¬ Â¬ 1 him IJjj j -- rJZ trp is Tin hiioutkst I havo been over to tho Gray ho said Peak shaft My father and 1 arc interested thoro and at tho Eaglo Ho leaves tho man agement horo a good deal to me as ho has other interests at homo in tho East My Then aa if ho were name Is Paul Elchard Bitddenly conscious that thoro whb a lack of raiBon for saying this ho Hushed a llttlo said tho My namo Is Tram Ifnrtinati girl simply and ho bowed again and turn ing with moro of color In his cheoks than ho enmo with ho Btrodo swiftly ucross tho llttlo plot of green to tho road vaulted on his hoi HO and sot his faco toward tho wost orn mountains For u fow moments tho girl stood motionless upon tho porch nnd lot hor oyos follow him a kind or light rising lu thorn aa If hIio saw a plcaaant vision then thoy darkoned n If a cloud had swept ovor hor und bIio turned and entered tho houso Rut almost hiBtautly ho camo out again tiii onm to tiii iiit Â¬ Aro you hurt bad I sho panted as sho hung over him For unswer he turned his face all pallid und pinched with pain toward her and tried to got up He seemed to hear and see her but could not speak save with the ago ny in his eyes At that the look of fright and horror deepened in tho girls face and half lifting him sho panted 0 if father was only here and tho injured man strug Â¬ gled to his feet and thoy went wavering up the bank and stopped I nm crushed in here ho gasped with 1 his hand pressed against his heart struck the rocks it is durk to me let mo ho down nnd ho smile forward upon the grnss and was still O hell die hell die cried tho girl Father father and her voice went ring- Â¬ ing in a long trembling echo across the val- Â¬ ley and up tho canyon Father father Then sho held her breath and hearkened No hes not come yet she panted and bending down she laid her hand timidly upon the mans face Hob fainted sho snid and straightening up stood still in tho gathering twilight Filmy spirits seemed descending out of tho nir and grouping under tho trees tho silvered tops of the cot touwoods began to crow leaden and tho great lako of light that lllled tho valley went slowly from pale rose to cloudy amber while the vast Hakes of gold that lay upon the mountain heights flickered and seemed turning into ashes Suddenly tho mnn started up with a sound of ngouy and the girl with a startled half soothing exclamu tion put out hor hands and caught him sho asked Ho Are you better now 1 am Tram looked at her in a dazed way Hartman bIio said could you ride to tho house if I helped you to mount He looked round him curiously nnd his eyes grow clear Yes I think so ho la bored out Thon sho brought tho horso quickly und led it down a depression almost under tho bank Now sho said if you can Btcp into tho saddle from tho edge I will hold your horso steady Slowly and with his tooth set to keep back tho groan that camo up from his heart tho young man lowored himself into the saddle Lean forward with your hands on his neck so said tho girl then grasping tho reins just back of tho bits sho led the horso carefully up tho bank und along tho road to ward the house Shu said nothing and the bruised rider reeling u little from side to sido mado no sound Thus they went up ward through tho shadows thus sho brought Blowly homo was it hor king When sho came to tho road which ran down to tho vlllago sho paused and listened but nothing could bo heard save tho sound of approaching cow bells beating a dreamy march across the valley and tho low roar of the mountain stream rushing through its rugged channels to tho valo sho O If father would only como murmured thon led tho horso onward opened the gate led him across the little plot of grass on between tho cottonwoods nnd up through tho lower beds to tho door Thou ttho entered tho house and camo out with a chair und placed It by tho horso alio said with Now if you can got down strong concern in her mellow voice You aro very kind and something iiko a smilo littered across his pale face ami vanished lu a look of pain Then slowly and all but crying out with the pangs of his injury ho got down with her help upon tho chair but when his feet rested upon tho ground ho faltered out It Is -- dark and wavored as If ho would fall Sho caught him instantly und his head drooped holplossly upon hor breast with his quick breath com ing und going across hor neck Sho trembled crushing souse with awo and terror and of Ids sufferings as she held him Yet lm was nothing to hor nothing Au wo not alia llttlo to each other A few something at tho llrst hpirlUtouch and some much when entitles aro crushed together and feel each other warm I Shu had no thought of right or wrong of convention reserve or aim or end tho human In her went over theso without a look to servo tho human in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 LOWEST FPJGES ron BESTPifiliilSV CONVENIENT TEEMS OK PAYMENT We Pay Freight Satisfaction Guaranteed Or Money Refunded HfKlM VOl hTAY 11Y INMHMATIOtf tllEK IllM fATIIUII i VERS 181 UTMLMIUN you out of the cupboard and give him some and got his wet things off bo careful father so llllb IAIIRfftrUaMMtnu POND PIOUS CO Trcmont Street JJohton Yes Treany and sho was gono Out in the little strip of meadow undor the cottonwoods sho found Pauls horso feeding on tho rich grnss Unbuckling tho girth sho threw tho saddlo off and leading the animal through thogutoaud up to a largo rock that served as a mounting block sprang upon its back and sent it swiftly down tho somber lano townrd tho town A thousand times mounted upon tho bare back of a horse sho had driven cattlo about the meadows and mountain skirts in her childhood and now sho went Hying aloug through the gloom without a thought of danger Tho moon liko a huge red globo was rolling into tho valley far down at Us eastern end the pines that stood like a specter army on tho bench or foot of tho mountain sent down a faint and dreamy hum whilo tho worlds that aro the Hro specks of tho upper air to human eyos swung softly Into their places as alio rodo but sho did not heed them Perhaps in truth sho had never noticed tho voices and tho beauty that spring of such as these so wholly had solitude a conrso religion and tho contact of hard and stunted natures crushed bade the spiritual pcrccptivca that spring or strive to spring like rays of light from every womans heart Now at least she saw nothing definitely before hor but tho suffering man just left behind and perhaps tho light in his blue eyes us ho stood among the flowers at sunset looking up at her In a few moments sho came into the village and beyond Hishop Parleys dwelling and tho big mooting houso turned up a by street on tho right to Dr Dubettos house Dr Dubotto was of French extrac- Â¬ tion small swarthy excltableand a fanatic in all things Mormon His small black eyes woro wont to snnp with zeal or something worse when tho spiritual spurs woro to bo put to any lagging member or tho fold who perhaps with all but tho bitterness of death drew back from the revolting burdons laid upon tho people Ho enjoyed Morinoulsm himself Its tyranny fraud and aniinuhsin and on that account liko most of his sort believed m it or what was worse thought ho did and was keen to fasten it upou others Ho had fallen in tho way of Hishop Parloy when that portly worthy some years before had been fishing in the Interests of Zion for tho credulous and unwary in Southern France and feeling this doctrine in ooiiBonunco with his promptings had crossed tho ocean with ono of the innocent but iviioriint and deluded bauds of converts gathered from tho poor of Europe and found as ho had reckoned himself of wekht und importance in tho bullied and enslaved community of his choice In a human way tho odds and ends of creation were there as in all tho vnlleys of Mormon land and tho crafty and tho strong through tho peoplos vows tho dumb trust of igno rance and their very helplessness proyod upon them Â¬ Â¬ dont hurt him H 3zjyllj3S O The Great Liver and Stomach Remedy Fever liiUniimutlon Illllouxne llle- uiitl nil leraiiKumeiitH of tho Intrrttiit vlcern Iuruly viiretiihle coniuiiituc noiuurcury mineral orileletcnoiiH IruKf Irlee Sf cents tier liox Sold hynll itruculrtfi riiCFETiiirsrioxwmijneoHiiiNhp hy tnktiii Hurt way 1IIK Ily lolni KICK Oyipepihi Foul Ilil IlFAIAlIK tivolileil it ml the torn stiiineh enleii IntiMiuxa will bo that i Its nmirielilnn propertied for the tnuuiort eontrlliute of tho mutual wunte ot tho hoity - llowolH KhltieyM IlliMliler Norvoin of Appetite llemluilin Contlvoiion Kir the em oof all illMintcMof tho Stomach liiillirestioii or tlni HotveH ni oin li Ilvrr thu meillcino ttccnnlitw to ilirecfom anil ohserve what wo my In Iltl iuiml True r xpecttni Ulet A lew extract from tho many lotoM wo 1110 con etiintly receiving I nPthem Dr AC AlhlillehrookDonivllliMi i In my practice unit Jamil in protoruao to all other 1llln I beMri Caroline Montclth llpor Crorit Intl- lieve my lifo linn lieen caved hy yotr medicine Have lone heun HulferliiK with Jyiioiuii aJil IIvor Complaint 11 A Carr P M Ufoaiiihlii Ala Hen IMIUho hai ever need IC Hummel Hoonvlllo Mo Curol htm wh n all others railed I poltlve Alice V Ohnver Ml Storm W Vi ly Miy that ItiulwityH aro thu heal 1ills I ever had lor lypepla rAnMAV CO irxni 11 letter stamp to No C Warren M New York tor K mil Trim nit IttllWAYll IMIIHuroiirurcfnrthl complaint They leatoro Mienuth to toe moiiiikIi iiikI enalile It to perform Itn timet jt Timeymp toniHof nyppupxlit illiiieu mil wth them tho llalilllty ot thufvKtpm to contract ilnMeit Tako DYSPEPSIA Â¬ It ii WILBORS COMPOUND OP 8 PURE COD LIVER OIL AND PHOSPHATES OP XiIMB SODA IRON Cures COUGHS COLDS ASTHMA BRONCHITIS OEBILITf and all SCROFULOUS HUMORS Ahmit nr pnhitnhlo n cream Item he tnkenulth pltiimin liy ill lluilo pt rvuni and eldll lt who after iikIih II are very lotiu of it It niolmlUtc with itf up th Ii ilhl food Invrrnwt tho llcli nnd itppeit10 rvntm cyntem ictoreii eiieriry t niirtl and hod puro luouil in fjtrcjimimi riiMUK tieiv rich nad WASTIH3 DISEASES tho wholetl ro CIIAM N OKI tloiMofCed iivir Oil it Ima many Unit tiorntmt no riiinln Tim riultx following it ue irelt leit lie ouiuiiMidathinK lie nine it von ilnx yoi heitllh fti pet tho ircimiiin Minnfuiliiicd only I lm Aixkii WIUiou CliemiKt IiiMou Mann IS I f r llliltlilllO circular tlili will ho mailed ft eo 11 iiiiMijhij FLESH BLOOD BRABN NERVE ThlMripirnioniHfirMiporlnr to ail lMirrpn iii p CECIL Iln MV YOKK dl nmi THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY KurMtvr Hlle IndliritdlnnctP contain only lur Wueintilit Â¬ and velvet Where tho squaros aro joined cover the scams with fancy stitches Em broider on tho linen squares some protty Eaglofl It hurts mo thoromothorthon design using silk or linen Hoss the shadoof hi my side thon his oyoB cleared and ho tho volvot and loavo tho velvet plain looked at horuurlously Oh yos ho huI1 Trim tho edges with antlquo hico working at last I remember now lam giving you j sonio part of tho hico imttorn in tho sumo a groat item 01 trouble i am sorry and a shadoof HosB orsHlc as that nsod on tho gllmpnoof embarrassment crept into his linen Finish by hanging tiny silk tnsBohj look of suffering the Biiino color as the olvot to tho poluts For a fow moments ho scorned of lend and alio swayed with tho burden thou mut-Â¬ tering thickly ho lifted his head and i ccmed to look at hor Its dark and warm ho I wonder how far it la to murmured pro BE CONTINUED A TTKNfoN I Tro trom nt Mercnryi AiffiiW ihktty tidy is miido of squares of linen Â¬ rirddOiiljJ cto Idy iirvntHwtuiudfprEloctr alci Wrltofc norma UrHcottSiJBnjudwuyNY jiUC TUla IAllU mj liKtjtuvrlu f- pit rim VVTI 100 nyiiim rnoriTcanviwrs lllfr Prllrulllf llhfj to l1 mi n ram l f HrnM 8 A DAY the h rw worth f 11f STQ iJnii nVtunIVrSample ft JTJUJIKJUU no lcfplnirTnmniifr Arith UfiUE wlDY f fccrthnvl etc a ivt6hly tiucji PbUIttC nietlp ly mivlt Circular frte liliriMcuLIJItft iutnlfk I U Mlll 1UJB UHH no lAriR7jonlH p rf ujir ombnrrassinouts You say to somo ono ovor tho slights and offonsos of luxurious PERSONAL AND LITERARY How Is you friend I Tho man looks bo llfo Tho blttornoss of llfo soonis not so wlldorod nnd says do not know You unfitting whon drunkout of a powtor mug Richard K Fox of tho Now York roply Tho Banc of Sooioty In That It Pro Â¬ Why you usod to bo intlmuto us whon It pours from tho chased lips of u Police Gazette dorlves an Incomo from Well says tho man our frlondshlp has golden chalico In tho sharp crack of tho thnt papor of 200000 n year awl ducer Wrotohodnoas boon droppod Tho man hns failed voluptuarys pistol putting nn ond to his Christian at Worh Is printed on ono tho of Proclamation has gone forth Volvots earthly misery 1 hour tho eonllrmutlou Making tho World Itulncorn and Fraught must go up and plnln apparol must como that In a hollow fastidious life thoro Is no his presses Miss Roso Ellzaboth Cleveland is Willi Piilso IntMuin mid Ltt n Mlmin down and tho question Is How docs tho pouco ii Ih liulou Counterfeit and Cheat Tul Again Devotion to wrong fashion Is reported to hnvo won both popularity coat lit I not Who wonrs It Tho powor tiuiKvit buriuoii that boars tho tides of oxcltod population productive of physical disoaso montul im- and substantial success ns a school up nud down our streots nnd rocks tho becility and spiritual wlthorlng Apparol toucher sho doaurvos it Sho is a very world of commorco and thrills all nntlons huuQIolont to keop out tho cold nnd tho bright woman Tho BUljoct of Rov T Do Witt Tnl transatlantic and cisatlantic Is clothos rain or so lilted upon tho person that tho Julian llnwthorno who has a largo mages sermon on Sunday was Dominion It decide tho laBt offices of rospoct nnd functions of life nro restrained Into hours or Fusion and tho toxt wus from Dou lilted with excitement and feasting freo family to support thinks of giving up bow long tho dross shall bo totally blnok turotiomy xxil G Tho woman fihall not and whon It mny Bubsldo into spots of draughts of wino thnt mnko ono not beast literature and taking up trade Ho has wear that which portulnoth unto a man prior on silk calico or gingham Mon dlo ly Intoxicated but only fashionably drunk tried onco or twice to mako lltoraturo neither shall a man put on a womans gnr In good clrcuniBtnncos but by reason of and luxurious lndolouco aro tho Instru a trado always with uufortunato ro inont for nil that do ho aro nbomination extravagant funorul oxponsos uro woll ments by which this unreal llfo 8 u Its unto tho Lord thy God nigh Insolvent hnforo thoy got hurlod pushes its dlsclplos into vnlutudtna Dr Talmugo Strangoly onough Airs Sarah J said Many mon woud not dlo nt all If thoy rianism nud tho gravo Along tho walks Halo who was for many years tho odiu In this tho fourth Bormon of tho sorlos of prosperous llfo doath goes n mowing had to wait until thoy could afford it of sermon 1 wish thoso who hear to boar Wrong fashion is productive of n most and such harvuBts as nro reapodl Matorla or of Godafs Ladys Hook and did a in mind that 1 take into consideration not ruinous strire Thooxpondlturo of mnny modlcu hns boon exhausted to find cura- vast amount of literary work is to day only those whom I hnvo before mo on households Is ndjustod by what their tives for thoso physiological dovostutlons best remembered by hor verses Mary Sabbath days but tho wider audience ion neighbors hnvo not by what thoy them Dropsies cancers consumptions gout and IladaLlttlo Lamb Thoro is a groat outcry against this sub selves can afford to almost ovory Infirmity lu nil tho realm of opened through tho printing prms and havo nnd Alexander Dumas snys ho docs not mission to social custom as though any anxiety is to who shall havo tho groat pathology havo beon tho penalties paid while some things may not bo particularly tho flnost upproprint for ono locality they are ap consultation or the tastes nnd reelings of hnuso nnd tho most costly cqulpngn Tho To counteract tho damage pharmacy has wrlto Ills memoirs booauso ho does not propriate for many othor localities And others woro deplorable but without it weapons usod iu tho warfuro of social llfo gone forth with medicament pnuncon care to writo about himself and thoso of whom ho would love to write woro hero 1 will to a Bocret that I havo novor tho world would havo neither law order aro not mlnlo rlllos nnd Dahlgron guns elixir ombrociitlon salvo and cataplasm To night with swollen foot upon cush ho to mnko such a work before toltl in public About twouty yours civilization nor common decency There nnd Hotchklss shells but chairs ond mircomplete ago 1 began to pray that God would opou hits boon a canonization of bluntness rors nnd vases and Gobelins nnd Axmln iouod ottomnn und groaning with nchos would rather ho would remain silont to mo the opportunity of pronching through Thero uro men nnd women who boast that stcrs Mnny housohold cstnbllshmonts lnuumornblo will bo tho votary of luxuri- Â¬ Tho aged Whittior is reported as Mio secular newspaper Tho re tiioy can toll you all thoy know nnd hoar nro liko racing steambonts propollod at tho ous living not hair bo happy us his groom press about you especially if it bo unpleasant or conl houvor Wrong fashion Is tho saying at his birthday party to ono who ligious papers in which my sermons had utmost strnln and risk nnd just coming to Ah I was so been published chiefly wont to poUivoly Some havo mistaken rough bohavior for n terrific explosion Who enros guy worlds undortakor and drivos thousands referred to matrimony of bourses to Greonwood uud Luurol Hill interested in my poetry and iu tho religious families Bo 1 asked God for the frankness when the two qualities do not thoy if wo only como out nhoud wider Hold in which to proclaim tho groat bolong to tho same family You have no slavery strugglo that I permitted Thoro Is no ono cause to day of moro nud Mount Auburn of religion and good morals Inn right with your occontricltios to crash in financial embarrrnssment nnd of moro dls truths thoso golden days to go by without OLD FOLKS ROOMS And upon tho sensitiveness or others Thoro is houostlcs than this determination at all si range wiy the answer enmo getting married and now I am sorry tho syndicate having charge of these no virtue in walking with boors ovor lino hazards to llvo as woll as or bottor than Why They Should Ho mt IIeiimtiit anrt Wilkie Collins lives in a pleasant matters intorm mo that every week thoro carpots Tho most jagged rock is covored other pooplo Thoro are persons who will Htmie LIko u Ioiilhln with blossoming moss Tho storm that risk thoir otoruity upon ono pier mirror aro now isjJl000 copies of my discourse you aro so fortunnto oh to havo tho substantial houso iu Portman square If Ho suffers much from nerv Â¬ published in this country and about comes jarring down in thunder strews or who will dash out tho splendors of old pooplo In the houso soo to It that London rainbow colors upon tho sky and Bllvory Honvon to got another trinket 4000000 lu other lands whether English thoy havo tho warmest and Bunnfost cor- Â¬ ous prostration and gout iu tho eyes speaking countries or by translation in drops on orchard nnd meadow My houso Is too small Hut says ner and a goodly portion of tho host that but in splto of his physicians orders Thoro nro mon who prldo thomsolvos on Borne one you can not pay for a larger con bo afforded of comfort convonionco many foreign tongues I want peoplo to will porslst iu writing Ho uses small Novor mind that myfrlonds havo a bet- Â¬ nnd beauty that aged blood may bo kopt note paper stamped with his it is nil in answer to their capacity to stick others Thoy say understand that address I have brought him down didnt 1 mako ter rosiilcnco nnd so will I warm and cheerful that falling limbs muy prayer to God thnt this opportunity has A dross of him squirm Otliors prldo themselves on that stylo and material I must have Icnn hnvo rostful ropose and that tho dim eyes and bearing in ono corner his initials J pray for grace to occupy tho come ami that have watched over you and yours in black skillfully interlaced with a Held It in not thoroforo presumptuous thoir outlandish nppurel They boast of not nfTord it by a gront deal but who through ho mnny toilsome years may soo quill being out of tho fashion Thoy wear a cares Tor that My neighbor had ono from when I give wido scopo to thoso discourses to tho women of Amer- queer hat Thoy ride lu an odd carriage that pattorn nnd I must hnvo ono Thoro around them tho over prosont evidences of uud address them Among tho women writers on My dint of perpetual application thoy nro scores of mon in tho dungeons of tho faithful and grateful care ica with important hints to men specialties iu America Mrs Frances There 1h nothing In tho world moro pn God thought womanly attire of sufllciont would persuado tho world that thoy are penitentiary who risked honor businosB thotlo than tho meek timorous shrinking Hodgson Burnett is devoted to old importance to havo it discussed in tho porrectly indifforont to public opinion every thing in tho offort to shluo liko oth- wuyH of certain old people wo have idl armor Mrs Mary h Booth of Har- Â¬ Ihoy uro nioro proud of being out of ers Though tho heavens fall thoy must soon them who Hible 1iiul tho apostle by no moans n havo given up thoir old pers Hazar to old fashion than othors uro of bolnir in bo in tho fashson coins Mrs Frank MMitimontnlist and accustomed to dwell homes into younger hands nnd subsided Thoy aro utterly nnd universally dsa Tho most famous frauds of tho day havo Into some out of tho wny corner of It to sit Leslie to laces Jennie Juno to raro on the great themes of God and tho rosur roctlon writes about tho urrtuigomont of groeablo Their rough corners have novor rosulted from this rooling It keeps hun by llresldo nnd tablo honceforth as if thoy china Anna Kathorino Groen to Illu- Â¬ womans hair and tho stylo of her jewelry boon worn off Thoy prefer a hedgehog to dreds of mon struggling for their com- woro more pensioners afraid of making minated books and old missals and afraid of being In tho wny mercial existence Tho troublo Is thnt troublo and in my text Mosos his ear yet filled a lamb Mrs Mary Mapos Dodgo to raro prints Tho accomplishments of llfo nro in no somo aro caught and incurcorntod if thoir nfrald of accepting tho half that Is thoir with the thumlor of Mount Sinai dcclnros Dress that womanly nttiro must bo in marked wlso productive of eiromlnney or onorvn larceny bo small if it bo gront thoy cscapo due nnd going down to thoir graves with n pitiful deprecating air as If constantly President Clevelands prosont to contrast with masculine attire und infracÂ¬ tlon Good manners nnd a respect for tho and build thoir castles on tho Ilhlno Mon apologizing for Btnylng po long Thoro is the Popo was a copy of tho United tastes of othors aro indispensable Tho get into jail not because thoy steal but tion of that law excites tho indignution of no scorn too doop nnd Hharp for tho sons States constitution bountifully on high Heaven Just iu proportion as tho Good Hook spoaks favorably of thoso who because thoy did not steal enough and daughters who will accept this attitude grossed aro a peculiar people but that does not Again wrong fashion makes peoplo un on and richly bound in book morals ol a country or an ngo aro de tho part of thoso to whom thoy owo so pressed is that law doiled Show mo tho sanction tho bohavior of quoor poople nnturnl and untrue It is a factory from much Tho book is gilt edged con Â¬ form fashion plates of any century from tho tlmo Thoro is no excuse under any circum- which has como forth moro hollow pro Somotlmcs to bo suro pooplo prow old tains iiftoon pages each pngo eight of tho deluge to this and I will tell you stances for not bolng und acting tho lady tenses nnd unmeaning lluttorios und hy Â¬ with n hnd graca Thoy become embittered een inches square and is bound with Wo pocrisies than tho Lowell mills ovor turned by misfortune or utlllctlon or nro peevish Rudeness U sin tho exact state of public morals Moom or goutluinnu vollum of cream color Tho words Fushion is tho and unreasonable under tho coadings of 111 erism in this country years ujjo seemed havo no words too urdont to oxpross out shawls and garments Tho Constitution of tho United our admiration for tho refinements greatest of all liars health All tho more do thoy appeal to about to break down this diviuo law but of Bocloty Thero Is no law moral It bus mado society iusincorc You know groat gentleness ami fnlthfulnesa Lot it States of America nro on tho center there was enough of good in Amorlcan so Tho book rests in n cioty to boat back the Indeconcy Yot or Divine to forbid oleganeo of demeanor not what to believe When pooplo nsk 3ou bo borne in mind thut wo too nro hasten- Â¬ in gilt letters ever and anon wo havo imported from or ornnmontH of gold or gems for tho per to como you do not know whothor or not ing on toward tho sunset of llfo and that it handsome caso of Tyrian purple Tho France or perhaps invented on this side son artistic display In tho dwelling grace thoy want you to como Whon thoy send Is possiblo thnt wo mny ripen into very un gift was accompanied by tho Presi Â¬ the sea a style that proposes as far as pos- fulnoKS of gait and bearing polito saluta- their rognrds you do not know whether it comfortable old pooplo to demand much dents cordial congratulations moro of sible to make wimon dress like men and tion or honest compliments and ho who is is an expression of thoir heart or nn ex children pntlenco and devotion than wo as yield thousands of young wonion catch tho mode shocked or offended by thoso had bottor ternal civility Wo havo learned to tuko HUMOROUS The old pooplos room should bo an pleasÂ¬ overy thing at n discount Word is sent until some ono goes a little too far iu imi- liko tho old Scythians woar tiger skins ant und home Ilko as possible Let the old Not ut home whon thoy nro only too Come Sopp thnt Is Landlord tation of masculinity und tho whole cus- and tako one wild leap back into midnight fushionod furnituro nnd tho old fashioned As Christianity advances lazy to dress thomsolvos Thoy say Tho wnys provail in it Wo think no ono thing tho tontli match Pvo soon you strike tom by the good sonso of American woÂ¬ barbarism thoro will bo bottor apparel higher stylos furuncu has just gone out whon in truth could dollght tho old honrts more than nn What havo you lost manhood ih obliterated Sopp Tin of architecture moro exqulslto adorn Â¬ thoy havo had no llro in it all winter Tho uohtumes of the countries aro dlf open fire place with some nneient andirons looking for a match that Pvo droppod Thoy upologUo for tho unusual barren- and n crime with its pendant ton kettla rorent and in tho samo country may ments swoctor music grandor pictures German Joke change but thero is a divinoly ordored dis- moro correct behavior and moro thorough ness of their tablo whon thoy novor llvo Theso ilro placcs aro rapidly becoming ex- Â¬ on tho lloor nny bottor Thoy decry their most luxuri- tinct but to most old peoplo living in tho Interlocutor Tambo I should ladles and gentlemen bo forocor observed similarity which must But there is another story to ho told ous entertainments to win u shower of up- - proscut generation thoy would ho radiant think you would go on tho polico And divergence from this is administrative of vico and runs against the kooit Wrong fashion is to bo charged with many provul Thoy npologizo for their npponr- - with pictures of youth nud early love A force Tambo Interloc- Â¬ Cant fire delight thrustof the tcxfwhich says Tho woman of the worst ovils of socloty nnd its path unco ns though it woro unusual whoa ul aged like this is not only a Hvmcinj to tho utor You cant Why Tambo but a pleasant cure Work shall not wear that which portaiuoth unto has often boon strown with tho bodios of ways ut homo thoy look just so Thoy Boon in tho country too long Min- Â¬ would mako you boliovo that somo nlco a man neither shall a man put on a tho slain It has ofton sot up a fulso stand strel Joke SHELLS OF STEEu womans gnrmont for all that do so uro ard by which pooplo aro to bo judged Our sketch on tho wall was tho work of a Llfo Is real llfo Is onrnost It was an heirloom nnd How the Flnoat Armors Woro Mncio by common sonso ns well as all tho Dlvino in- mnstor palutor abomination unto tho Lord thy God And tho grave U not Its goal Alan ago a French uuthoross timations on tho subject touch us that peo ouco hung on tho walls of a castlo and a Hklllod Artliitiifi years Dust thou uuyost dusi thou hurnost PooTho finest armors woro mndo from 1 140 signing heiholf Georgo Sand by hor cor ple ought to bo ostoomod uccording to Duko gavo it to thoir grandfnthor That wus spoken of tho coul rupt but brilliant writings dopraved their individual and moral attainments plo wlio will not Ho about any thing olso to 1 110 Thoy woro marvels of suppleness Nebraska State Journal On a small in lightness and eleganoo The iron shell wai homes and libraries innumerable and was Th man who hns tho most nobility of soul will Ho about a picture Hello Jones you dont Smith a literary grandmother of all Fronch and should bo first und ho who has tho lenst come wo must mnko tho world boliovo wo modeled on tho body beneath ft nnd follook very well this morning Jones American authors who havo wrltton of such qunlltins should stand last No nru uftluont nud our llfo becomes a chout lowed ovory movement of tho torso nnd And I dont fool ns woll as I look limbs protecting without confining thorn things so much worso that they havo mado crest or shield or escutcheon can indlcnto u counterfeit and u sham Foiv people aro really natural and unnf tho steel on velopo had bocomo Individual Cot up in the middle of the night to Titles of Duke her putrefaction quito presentable That onos mornl peorago Whon I say this I do not moan to and was liko hone and jurkln mndo for Its tako somo pills and swallowed four Lord Esqulro EarlViscountor Partricinn rectod Fronch authoress put on masculine nttiro wearer instead of tho clumsy grooves of Sho was consistent Uor writings and hor ought not to rnlso one into tho first rank slur cultured mannors It is right thnt wo tho fourtoonth century mndo to lit any collar buttons bpforo I found out tho have moro admiration for tho man Iu thoso leg pieces carofully Somo of tho inennost mon I havo ovor should buhavior woro porfoctly accordant Judge artlou mistake sculptured marble than for tho uuhowu lntod at tho thigh and ubovo tho knee per- Â¬ My text by implication abhors masculino known hnd at tho ond of their namo DD A petrified sandwich was dug up block of tho quarry From many circlos iu sonal peculiarities appear woman and womanly mon What a sick- Â¬ LL D nnd F R S Truth honor ohurity legs nllghtly 111 tho other day win llfo fashion has driven out vivuolty and bowed and more or Iocs heavily muscled at near Swan Creek self sacrifice should ening thing it is to soo a man copying tho horoism Thoy put it with tho collection at tho A frozon dignity instoad tho oalf in tho ilvxlblo corselet tho body tho manner of a woman hlghost favor but inordinate fashion enthusiasm speech tho walk flouts about tho room nnd icoberg grinds onjoyod comparative freedom under tho railroad station and tho purchaser suit1 Count not a womans virtues Tho troublo is that thoy do not imitate a says against Icoberg You must not laugh armet or round helmet tho hoad turned it was tho tuuderest sandwich ho hue Look not at the sensible woman but uomo female imbo count hor udornmonts tho pointed toos of tho sol You must smilo easily ever bought at that placo Judge clle And thoy simper and thoy go with contour of hor hoad but boo tho way sho outright it is vulgar Ask not what noblo You must not dash rapidly across tho lorota could bo unfastened in a mo Â¬ mincing stop and lisp and scream at combs hor hair I wish to know how to provont knight was obliged nothing and take on a languishing look doodB havo boon accomplished by that room you must glido There is a round ment if tho said a wifo tho gannlots wcro ai my hair from falling out to dismount of bows and grins and Untterlos and ohs and bang their hair and aro tho nnusou mans hand but is it white nnd soft I Woll I wish Bupplo as Bilk gloves and the wolght of tho ono day to hor husband und ahs and slmporlngs AbIc not whnt good bohbo is in hor convernnd inuiiby Uoii of honest folks of both hoxoj O man pnmbyism u world of which Is not worth whole armor composed of very thin plates you could prevent it from falling in sation but In whnt was sho drossodl bo a maul You bolong to qulto a respect of well tompvrud stool was so carefully snid the husband as ho drow ono about able sox Tho starting figure of tho hu Ask not whothor thoro was hospltnllty ono good round honest ponl of laughter n hollow round tho tortured distributed that ft nppanrcd comparatively a foot long out of tho bttckwhoat oako man rnco wiib n man Do not try to cross and olioorfulnoss in tho house but In From such light This armor molded on tho forms of ovor and so bocomo n hybrid neithor ono whnt stylo do thoy llvol Ab a conso guest retires at tho closo of tho ovonlng tho body beneath it composed of polished ho was oating Dantvillc lircczc nor tho othor but a failure half way bo quonco somo of tho most Ignorant nud and assures his host that ho has onjoyod stool was the white harness so ofton Anxious Arkansaw Mother vicious mon nro at tho top nud soma of himself Thus social llfo has boon contort- mentioned by tho chroniclers In Frsnoe twoon Tommy is that a greon persimmon Alike repugnant aro masculino womon iho most virtuous nnd Intelligent at tho ed and doformod until In somo mountain it wu8 worn without ornamont but tho Yes maw Dont They copy a mans stalking gait and go bottom Durlngtho lust war wo suddonly cabin whoro rustics gather to tho quilting Italians decorated tt with lions heads and you airoatin saw men hurlod up Into tho highest social or tho apple paring thoro is moro good antlquo masks a llttlo later the armorers you know it aint healthy to eat greon down tho street with tho stride of a walkThoy wlah thoy could smoko positions Had thoy suddonly roformod cheer thnu lu nil tho froscood Ico housos of of Nuremberg thou very popular in Franco persimmons on nn empty stomach ing bourn Wo want in nil tho higher introduced fluted stool It was stronger tho metropolis I aint oatin this persimmon on an Thoy from ovll habits or graduated iu soionco cigarettes and somo of thorn do circles of socloty moro warmth of heart not heavier nnd offered moro resistance to empty stomach to slug bass or uchloved somo ijood work for society talk boisterously und try I ate n peck of out Thoy can No thoy simply nud ohtnlnod a Govorn ami untununoas or uonavior una not bo lanco thrusts than tho smooth metal Many before I tackled this one Thoydo not laugh thoy rour Texas Sift- Â¬ beautiful specimens remain of this Maxi nn MifiilffnHntmtu 141111 UU4WUIHflli not quite mnnugo tho broad profanity of mont contract ing milian armor as it was called Again Wrong fashion Is iucompntlblo This ncoounts for tho uttor chagrin which tho box thoy rival but their conversation No further progress was posslblo com Countryman in rostnttrant Is often a half swoar and if thoy said Oh peoplo fool at tho troatmont thoy rooelvo with hiipplnes is Thoso who dopoud for paratlva lightness rosistnnoo convonionco What kind of ale is this mistorP when thoy loso thoir property Holdup their comfort upon tho admiration of oth- nnd oloKunco of form hpd boon attained Lord In enrnost prnyor us often as thoy Coun- Â¬ India palo alo sir said Jt in lightness thoy would be high up your bond ngniust financial disaster liko a ors nro subject to frequent disappoint After this time tho nhnpo of holmot and Walter Well you dont tnx a follor in sainthood Withal there is an assumed Christian Fifty thousand subtracted from ment Somebody will criticise thoir up corsulot was varied according to individual tryman rugosity of ipparol and thoy wear a mans a good mon lonvos how much Honor punrnuco or surpass them iu brilliancy or ouprJoo or tho latest fushion and tho stool thirty livo coats for a llttlo bottle liko hat only chungod by being iu two or three truth faith In God triumphant hopo nud a will receive moro uttentlon Oh tho jeal was glldod and ornamented but armor that do you Waltor Yv sir plncos smashed iu and u dead canary cling kingdom of Inoffablo glory ovor which ho ousyund detraction nud heart burnings of having nttalnod its ootnpleto dovolopinent You seo the freight on it all tho way thoso who move lu this bewildered miizol steadily declined Ncrlbntrs Mayatin ing to tho gonoral wroclc uud a mans is to rolgn forovor nnd ovor AT from India makes It como high m If tho owner of millions should loso n Poor butterflies I Hrlvht wings do not al coat tucked iu horo uud thoro according 1 Sun No amount of woalth sots ono froe from alio tlint llvoth penny out of his pocket would ho sit down ways bring uupptnoss to an unarcouutablo esthetics Oh woman Mrs Biggs Now that your son stay a woman I You also bolong to a very on n curbstnno uud cry J And shall a man in ploasuro is dead whllo sho llvoth Tho tho obligation to work in a world the God rospoctntlu sox Tho second flguro of tho possessed of ovorlastlug fortunes wenr revolutions of high llfo that como to tho of which Is ovor working Ho who works hai returned from collogo do you feel what human rnco was a woman and some himself out with grief hocutm ho hns lost challenge and tho fight aro only tho occa- not hat not yet rfisuovnrcd no to In God repaid for your outlay for his educa Â¬ the of disquietude thut mado him for and Is a falso t mos a socoud edition of n volumo is tl o worldly treasure You havo only lost thut sional cropplugs out Mrs tion P Did ho tako any prizes P MacDou in which hundreds of wrotched misers sur Â¬ are underneath liko tho stars of honvon orchestra of the uulvorsa Oeru Do HiMt edition improved and corrected Squggs vO yea mum yes lndood aid not try to cross ovor If you do you will pass you nud you havo snvod that which fur multitude but liko tho demons of tho pit for huto The wny to eoonnmizo ttmu is to stick to Ho got a mcdnl for what ho calls bo a fniluro of a woman and only a nonde tho Ciusurs and tho Pharaohs and the Alox Tho misery that will to night In tho co- Â¬ regular hours of work Ono nood not bo a sprinting and he must bo high up in Wo ulrondy havo onough uiulurs could novor afford script ct a man And yot society thinks dlfTorontly nud llar cuddle up In tho straw Is not so uttor clock tnt by following ono closely ho may mathematic for In says ho lnarned Intellectual and moral bMikrupti in our priucolv dlsquiotuda which stalks understonuthn secret of ltd aucomplhdi four nuw curviw Omaha Jlejwblicun Hex withoit you coming over to make you soo tho moU Intimate fri Midshlpt as tho broke up iu the uouucquuucu of lluuuclal through bplodiJ dtuwlng fooms brodlug tacuUHtaiidard worse tho dcliciU speech s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FASHION In my toxt ns by a parablo or flguro of it is mado evident that Mosos tho lusplrod writer as vohomoutly us our solved roprohondod tho uiTomtnnto man and tho masculino woman Tho woman snail not wenr that which pertanoth unto a man nolthcr shall a man put on a wo mans garment for nil thnt do so aro abomination unto tho Lord thy God My text uIbo sanctions fashion Indeed It sots a fashion Thoro is n gront doul of iJCJiKoloss cant on tho subject of fashion A woman or man who does not regard it is unlit for a good neighborhood Tho only quostlou is whnt Is right fushion and is what fashion wrnnt Uoforo I stop I want to show you thnt fashion has boon ono of tho most potont of reformers and ono of tho vilost of usurpors Sometimes it has boon an angel from Heaven and ut others it has beau tho mothor of abomination As the world grows bettor thoro will bo as much fash Ion ns now but It will bo a righteous fash ion In tho futuro llfo white robos always havo boon and always will bo iu tho fash- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ i fr 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- m Â¬ Â¬ --Mw -- - kwnrw V- - wwhmiwjl mmaiwawjrjyj fUi uijiiumuauijML MrtMBIftMfcMl WWJ UlllLiaUIHJItMwLM III l ll WlWWIUMMHMMWWM Subscription Mmy Hazel Geeen Herald tn Accoutimny tluvNutiuu Railroad Loglolatlon Courier Journal Feb 11 1883 Gov lluckncr veto of the bill to con solidate the various charters under which the Kentucky Midland has gradually come into existence oaUa anew public attention to the extraordinary privileges contained in a number of old charters many of which still unused can be had by purchase from tho incorporators The history of our railroad legislation even for the past two decades is not creditable to tin sagacity or to the intel ligence oi our people Unusual inducements in every depart We begin bv giving to men who say stnbfiMiment uient in mv iinmense they wish to invest money in railroad After spending several days in the mar building all the privileges they ask Wo kets for merchandiser at prices that exempt them from taxation we author Â¬ touch every pocket and catch every eye ize them instead to tax certain commuLain prepared to show you goods and nities for their own benefit we give prices that are without precedent in this them the right to regulate their allairs DRY GOODS CLOTHING FINESLJTS city My reputation as the leader of independent of legal restrictions LADIES FUUNJSIHNG GOODS low prices shall be unrivalled this coming The excuse fortius i that we wish to COLOKKl IMlfcsH GOODS ENGLISH 3IELTONS winter as every department is filled witn LA lis lLAll and encourage the building of railroads DIAGONALS WORs TEiSr new goods ami at prices that will sell At the same time and running almost STRIltiDTUlUOATS all colors and CORKSCREW SCITS them on parallel pages of our legislative jour- Â¬ KLKGAiYJ LIM iW Hand Made ROOTS SHOES nals aro found bills to regulate all rail LADIHS AND MISSES Of all descriptions roads to encroach nu thou charters to NEW MARKETS and CLOAKS MENS ROYS CHILDRENS Jix their rates to control even their me- Â¬ HOSIERY GLOYES CASHMERES chanical departments and to put in charge FLANNELS all prices and all HATS A D CARS of this vast and intricate machinery qualities OF ALL KINDS commissioners who must be free from SHAWLS TRUNKS ANDY A LlSlS any bias in favor of or acquaintance SHIRTS LLANKETS COM RAN IONS with the railroads J am starting this season with over JERSEYS ETC ETC ETC Tho excuse H that these corporations 1000 dozen of all the staple and stand are abusing their privileges ard makes of Merino Cahmers Camels For ten years the Courier Journal has Hair etc and will retail single garments I called attention to the folly of such con for ladies men and children lor less tradictory legislation The evils wo com than other suul smaller dealers in this plain of should he corrected in the orig town have to pay jobbers for same qual In the earlv days of mill charters ities railroad building when capital was scarce and tho lesults uncertain there may T -have boon home exeu e for endowing Id these corporations with extraordinary CJ L The time has fcj f WWITW W powers and privileges inHW wwvffiwfw fwwP i ivlft wiiimtniiiwiwi1 mn rrr rnirnTmiwiiinnriiiiinn nui vvMnmiMirt iantwmr 7 come for a more earful revision of all stuh leuislafion Capital is abundant and it is eagerly Manufaoturir- - of Rest Enurlish st 1 Cin ular and Long seeking investment in all profitable en Urpriscs Charters should give uoh in5 vestor- ample mcurity for tho capital by all ordinary safiuuards within the limit AATVnT kUfAkIVX4kl ll iJtni of justice to all concerned these railroad charters should be generous but not Kim ix Vlwul Also Dcilciv in ill1 Juiiiincrs reokhts ami the corporations should lie LEATHER AMD CUM BELTSHG required to define clearly their lines iml i Our Cltrulni rfnws stnnl M at tin- li ml ui tli niai li t on tluir inrrlif in their ntirnoe and to furnish Miirinh rs nfUity it tliin i anil nu illJj of t el Iso j Ml ounhtHss imuI of good faith They should Ik held ti n f oxl lino oi Ilcnrli lliiuil s hniiortutlon a strict construction of all these ranK f C SA W S A L A R OS A LYY and be forced to suriender their ehaiters inl at Ruck Uottoiii Im Sl nil tin Priii- Ii t with n i i i i mitt- Work ftillv uirrmti Then they fail to comply with their proCEftiCfcNNA virions 7 v O AO Hnl Oiiiii Ky for new work or si v ouler- - suit ti J T Dii i If this is done there will be no neces tAIl In- promptly U iui niiil t u ami will have our he t uttuitini rujiir Mill in tl sity for the so called anti railroad legis tion Our laws on the statute books ari p rwiyAifTnirnwarrtTwrrTwaiAixniirwrwnxt w itri nxMitiruwr wwmPwjrjiiTwiiw which have fallen into innocuous des 1 LLOYD DAY KKLLV li DAY TAYLOR DAY uetude are suilicient if enforced to own property invested in railroads free and unnecessary interferenee restrain the cupiditv and the greed of from unwise Wfe ra h he tiouble is that from ainatuer reformers there will la corporate power everv man with a grievaure real or im- - fewer application for special rivi leges tern m fc ft m m m 83 aginary hurries to I rank tort with a bill in railroad charters Theuneertainty of Eosfflfirea m to regulate railroads thus meetim returns o capital invested in the opera ipecial lojrislatien on one side with specia tion of railroads leads to the demand for legislation on the other instead of stand special privileges in the original grant In other words because by threats of ing on his rights and appealing to the regulation we impair the value of the courts for protection In replv it is mi id the course of justice roads already built capital seeks its piof ijmwiuhw iiiwwwiitfl VIA1MVfillVl is slow and uncertain but in truth it is its nut in tfic operation but in the con not bo much justice as special privileges structum of llres by local taxation and the complainants want Tho law will these lines in a few rears pass into the not secure the e hut it will compel the hands of a receiver leaving the counties railroads to do justice helween man and with a debt and no interest m the rail roau man When nncntire community is wronged njnriTvwff or oppressed it has two courses opru to K SM I T II it either to invoke the power of the WITH vonrts or to build anofher railroad thus JLll entendiug the benefits of competition Co The com moii law and the statute law GO Wholesale Dealers in compel equal treatment from common nfUf carriers to all shippers The restraining fclMJ WLMJHTJWIWJ tBBJWVtfW VI II MTBWJWHrwrir powet of these1 laws i unknown because the shippers who have most complaint t5ir W Main Street J to make are those who usually want LOriSYILLK KY special rate or rebates or other advan What is that a 1211 My dear t dreamed last night that you were an Angtl tages winch will enable them to extend oV tLAHKK tlicir huHness into new territory and A foul stomach was bis unnoeiie answer WITH this requires not now laws but new 1eople who have no such pleasant nitrht vision and awake feeling- as though i ail roads What on earth b the mat they had had no rest nerves all unstrung wondering The worst edeut of the Intcrstnio Com terwith me would rjtter take some simple treatment in TIME Krons will merce law is that it weakens ptiblio con neglect themselves and put oil treatment until their health is gone lidenco in the ordinary courts of justice VVhat would you think of the authorities oC a great city with iti miles of and strengthens the pernicious idea that sewerage to takeaway the filthv accuniulatioiiM of stivets and alleys allowing tin erery abuse must be met by some special sewerage to choke up and spread contagion and poisonous gases from decaying enacment Yet vour course is iust as UNWISE Tin matter to blieht that citv bv disease This special legislation will of itself human body is well provided with all that is necessary to carmngoir the unclean develop more abuses of a serious characbringing all nianiior of ills to the j and you alow it accumulate and decompose ter and lead to other peculiar remedies llesh An old Chinese proverb is Keep your feet warm yoar head col and your MYi West lain Street tluus the evil of such legislation of over bowels open Make a memorandum of this and try it and U you dont ktep well legislation of crude ill digested experithere is no troth in th world mental legislation grows from bad to atitv worse imposing on our system of gov Â¬ ernment Inborn it was never meant to Will- do the busincsa for vou Fold and guaranteed by perform J T DAY iz CO Ilmel Jritoi Kv The remedy lies in the other direction Kwl Kvl J yi PI PRATT i IH in tho sjmpliiicition rather than in the J N VAHiUX Caijton Ivy Minilim tiirermiiul Wliolesnle Deitler sin And all leiHiiiLStoros in Kastvrii Kentiickv multiplication of our laws Jf justice iM4mKTjytruxw7rflUrvaviwvk wAtf rm nm is slow and uncertain pmno away here 1 open wide and there the obstruction SR TJj bTi k Rt tho courts ami invite all to come who A TT can conto with dean lunula If the private citizens ieivJs ituit he is not strong enough to meet tlio greas corporations in gs3 u tho courts lei him imko hki appeal to 10 Summer St B id let toe State make his No 01 1 iMuin Street tho State canse hor on i ew Goods and my stock of Joneral now receiving1 LouisSviUe Ivy Boston LaHs fn this iluiv on lies the true path to consisting of Dry Goods No Â¬ Merchandise is now reform if the ytieo wilt gnint only Â¬ SI a Yoar Editor Mwniwiwiiivjmimi SIMCNUER COOPJill Vhiday HAZEL CREEEM KY March 2 ItfS Fon SitrmiM For Fall and Winter Requisites AT S M BRATJNS FAMOUS HEW STORE MOUNT STERLING KY Â¬ DEMOCRATIC TICKET rTci lLWKS IKD Â¬ Klcetiou Monday Angii it 0 lWs nnfifcinailiiiiiiih uiiiimMmmi While at lrankfort a faw da ya Mince Judge G 15 Swanoo drafted u hill for the turnniking of the Statu road which iunB by way of this place This is in accordance with views expressed in Tin llKitAiWon divers occasions and if it pass will do more for the general ood of Kentucky than any law that could be pasMid by the JiOgMuturu The bil au- Â¬ thorizes each county through which the road ruiiH to subscribe sfouk to the amount or 500 per mile fhr the length oi its ronuwny ami me runic m author isced to Irtko stock to the amount of R0 per mile Now aside from alt benefiuthat would Accrue to the people of the States and of this section the Commonwealth could make no butler investment The amount of hauling on this road miserable mud thoroughfare that it i h enormous If we had a turnpike it would be trebled to Miythc hjn st and in this way Kentucky could fjoon get back the amount expend td with a handsome profit added Ten years from the day the road is completed if the law pas every county bordering upon it would he a revenue pitying coun ty and this alone should induce our So Ioiir ta giro the measure their hearty support Certain It I hey can not all be so narrow minded as to refuse us nome aid in this direction Thev should bear in mind that we sire their brethren bad ly treated in the past and hapten to re drew our wrongs They should at leHst wqat us as tainy as tuo imcgrais coun ties have been treated in the pait and help us build this pike Aye there is more need to aid us now than there was reason in helping them This road would be of general benefit tnd no man need fcnrit J ust as certain as the sun ries Slio counties all along the roads length would take on new life and there would be a general awakening to advanced ideas To the bluegrnva Sbriators and Repre Â¬ sentatives CiPntlemen put yourselves in our plaee and Tcf tine your support of this liill if you can We do not believe Shore is one wining you who knowing our condition would vote against such n measure Give it your hearty whole souled suppoit and cry a decade passes away our counties will stand side by hide with those paying the largest re vomica This bill should he passed in both houses by acclamation and will be if the honorable gentlemen composing onr Leg tulaturo but lealiao the importance of it The NUKigo of it would be like lifting Improved iw horn darkness to light schools im piovcd farming improved method in manufaetures improved mo- Â¬ ralsan improvement in everything w Kontiul to tho happincsa of the good peo jjlcbf Eastern Kentucky would be the result Gentlemen do nob lefuso us this bill You liavo ignored ns so long that it is with a failithope that we make ihia appeal but believing that you hold dtill some loyo- for us we nak you in the namo uf common doconoyr and chtistaiu sthiVity give this bill yuur support Sonator Piuiiato has charge f the hill and will do all that is podhlo to mmit nntl we wish him Godspeeds Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ New Goods Low Prices r Hew Goods Low Prices UNDERWEAR Â¬ Â¬ Mew Goods I few Goods Â¬ Low Prices WlBf wAlMT S Low Prices WMJK PATS fIBW A lf Ml BALDRIDGE HOGAN SAW CO i J 71 -- Sviics - i 4 CIRCULAR - - SP - B 11 11 Vine and 868 Water Streets - f ia HAZSL GREEN KENTUCKY I w 11 1w m ik Â¬ WHOLESALE Largest Stock AND RETAIL Lowest Prices O Green Huffaker Boots and Shoes SIEVEBS CARSON 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 merchandise IfllVM ft1 III A Young Wife Said to iier Husband Â¬ Â¬ arawa Gompany - i i Â¬ LOUISVILLE rM -- J r Iittlo miti rnilroiul moctinR at Cauip ron suuiiis to Iiuvu taken tho starch out of the IWvmu 5irin lluiiAin Wo looUetl in tliirtta tho HKiuuiofthc 17th tor tlie Tlrti i WARREN HUUI5 CALVERTS LITTLE L5VER PSLLS - CO 3T1 whnV 11 Jlnllrfcnjl IelnmiMit and PntiMcssM but tlley wore poiiifullyubsient M Â¬ FRESH BAN0 Why Captain that rpcoting wan in iyntpathy with railroads It did not jmiposotogive them tho earth and pay horn tq take ifr avniy Noitlwr do we Thoro isalimit io all licousi and lie yooplo sot tholwnit for us for wo are of j Kho peoplo and tor thii people Thorr tviah is our law I--OL- ill iJp W I iw carefully guarded charters i TIo Nationa Democratic Cpmmfttci csion at Wfwliingtou Cify Thursdar idt eoleelciLSt Louis as tljo jijaeo for folding the Xationat DomooratiQ Con vention and lixed duno 5th as tho time From tlw djito of tho convening of tho uouTontion to thoday uf efesiiim i just twoiitv twn weeks gets 100 a weok for fum- liintko Xew Yrorlr World two letters Widhh productions aro not nigh so fun- cat some kWcJi go toourvaat basket BUiii NVk Vian be provide in all corporation tloty sentation of thrf minority btockholders Blackburn if it will J I LJuniapJ It DanlapjWn Harrett Ui the boards of director hold by general laws the railroads to the rigid performance of tlm public obliga- DUSLAP BROS tions they have aumndi it would be plain iu a little while to everyone that AVholesule Mauufaeturers of ucli measures as Commissioner Spaldings bill for giving into the bands of commissioners tho actual and absolute management of our railroads is not only uncalled for but that it is dangerous Kortunuttdy tho vetoes iYom tho Govern Â¬ AND IiVIKS IV or show tlut all the power he has will he lifted to protect the Statu from the evils SADDLERY HARDWARE of special legislation in one direction 1281111730 and- wo donhfi not that after due consid Main St oratjon the legislature will bu tho widdoiu- - KY or abaiuioiuug an mca or corrceuug ouu Indeed if capitalists abuse bv another Rcprcuca by 1J01J NUNWKLLY Â¬ Â¬ if it will for the repre waHcproscntcd by T 15 CO Â¬ SMWPfc E3 HARNESS ETC LOUISVILLE aUty -- I propose to sell them Cheaper for Spot Gash than ever before known in this market Ill Call on mo and you can Save Big Money divide profits with you Q- - B SWA19GO wrwiniimtwrimHHniMwminpii Hats and Caps Queensware Hardware Groceries Drugs Saddlery and a variety of articles too numerous and too tedious to mention tions Ladies and Gents Boots and Shoos conilete G W HOWE WHOLKiULE DKALllt IX KENTUCKY WHISKIES and Mountain Brandy Rflain Street- - assured of the control of their MT STERLING KY- - Jy She a Serald frmilltlnil fit llm tttnlililtittiati laMcm Kentucky llinn unv paper in the tiitc and nierhiuitMiad others wishing o Murc tin1 trajK of Eastern Kentnckv will Mill ll Tin IJKSt AttVUUTIMINM MKHtlM I 111 II 7 j QlvoThom is to ny I A Chnnco EQUITY ON RAILROADS il 1 1111 rfJTriuodent ildvertiMInentH 7 cents iui Inch nVt inwrttnii JA eunt an inch fur e tli Mihrcijuviit inicrtion ST VNIMMf I Advertising Rntos fi00 yMi vcur I iodic a niche 1 yiair rjiJU inch 1 1 10 A HVJ9KTIXKM It NTH 1 li lies 1 veiirfcliVofl Ti inchcH 1 riiehc l year JiK vcilr trfiO line fits AiiiiouncemMits of candidates for State or DUtiict otlicch 10 onnty articc V oall on peraons to become candidates and their niiMwis cents a line Payable invariably in advimee o inniowill bcenteiud upon the k -- Subscription Hook until paid for County School Superintendent John and all subscriptions are stopped tt cvpiin linn of time paid for notice of which will M Rose received the school money for on the be indicated by a encx murk margin i front of youi mime A prompt this countv somo ten daws since and we lenewal onh will insure in cuntinuauee intended to mention the matter at the sihnciu onpru time for the benefit of those interested but inadvertently failed do so He has been paying olliand all who want a whack AND at the swag or rather those entitled to a Look out for the lied A u lur U no and share of it are now informed that they paper It denotes that your time unless renewed at once the paper will Mop can get their lueie byealling on Mr Rose coininc And then will be a good time tostibscribe paper Tin 1 in a mi is that MrHarvey Halsey of the Clifty to a neighborhood has sent us a sample of a kind and the paymentof one dollar will bring it toyotirpostollice once a week for catarrh remedy she is selling a vcur Draw your money and hand us Horn Tolhe wifoofIeilhy M Roc on 100 for Tine Mkuaid one year You Lacy Creek Monday night a twelve can make no better investment and are lefleyri a hos idnt he certain to have a better school next term pound boy by doinir so T 1ieratt will preach at the Hew Jiuv Murphy school hoiuftv on Grassy The quality of the blood depends much Creek Morgan County next Sunday at upon gpod ir bad vllgeit ion and aydmilu 11 oclock tjun to make the blood rich in life and strength giving ooiisLitiiant- use Dr J There is an epidemic or measles in II McLeans Strengthening Cordial and the White Oak neighborhood of Morgan 1lood Purifier it will nourish the prop County A Miss Cisco died of measles erties of the blood from which the ele Â¬ there last weok 00 per ments of vitality ure drawn can get blank Warrants bottle Sold by I 15 Swango Hazel Magistrates Executions and Replevin IJonds at this Green ollice at 2o cents per quire Sent by mail Gicen Lacy speaks in glowing terms on receipt of price of the charms of Miss Mary Lou Crouch of the Clifty neighborhood and seems W Green of Minneapolis Minn We has our thanks for a copy of the Minne- to bo smitten in that direction a handsomely would not be sm prised to hear next that apolis Fund ay Tribune he is thinking of employing Rev T printed twenty page paper Pieratt to officiate at a little celebration Married On Clifty Thursday Feb Well Greens a nice little fellow and if id at the re ideneeof the brides fattier he should love in proportion to his weight Leander Tolson to Miss Margaret Lane the ladv would ccrtainlv not pine for Rev W W Mank r oHieiattng lack of affection local nnliuiM 5c a line with fl jmr cunt otf i for Iouk time s ViiuMarriutfs ami ihiith notice ficc tri hnttss of respect and obitnailoa 5 cents n Thnt your lungs Also nlr your bronlliing machinery Very won lorful machinery it is Not only the larger air naswiires but the thousands of little tubes and cavities leading from them When these are clocgetl and choked with matter which ought not to be there your lungs can not half do their work And what they do they can not do well Call it cold cough croup pneumonia catarrh consumption or any of the family of throat and nose and head and lung obstruotiousall are bad All ought to be got rid of There is just one sure way to get rid of them That is to take Moschecs German Syrup which any druggist will sell you at 7feentsn bottle Even if everything else has failed you you may depend upon this for certain Â¬ r CH3CLE 88 r Ho Talk of tlio Proposed AltvlHcnMt HIoiHiibt HAri People Ky Feb 25 anrKS Hiites anil wi WotaSON DKALKRS IK CO Kditur llVAKL OllKKN llKUMD I iti w In this great age of develqpmcntpusli and progress there is and has been it great deal said unon the subject of etui- - WHOLESALE GROCERS tfrlliliint - X HERE THERE 1 - 1 - Â¬ 1 Uyrtl Spradliuf Andy To cure Rheumatic or other pains Crouch and several other lmvjlvo or take a piece of thick llanuel saturate it three hundred logs ready to s mkI oHon well with Dr J II McLeans Volcanic the first tide that come in Red River Oil Liniment him it around the limb or wherever the pain is and place over Cren Lacy lat week ineaured a coal bank on Falling Water in this it a hot iron or hold to the fire so as to county the property of Thomas Crouch apply as much heat as possible Sold H Swango Hazel Green which shows four feet seven inches of by G UalHIIe Tiios pure clean caniiel coal silver plated everywhere our name 250 worth stamped as maker on each spoon 100 a Send stamps Ket by mail to any address W Svvdkk or money order Otis Lexington Ivy A sot of nickel spoons Mr A Editor llease publish another This is it The jury appointed by the County Court to assess the damage to tho lands of rames J Hampton by reason of ctitt ting ti road through it on Monday last awarded him 10oH Tho land occu pied by the roadway is two and a half acres which tho jury valued at 25 and the balance of the sum was awarded to cover expense of fencing A o Â¬ riddle for us little bird of Iaraili c That does the work of Icsiis Chiist Serves iod and hoiors man And does the work that no man can There are many accidents and diseases whieli aflect stock and cause serious in convenience and loss to the fanner in his work which may be quickly remedied TL McLeans Volby the use of Dr canic Oil Liniment Sold by G H Â¬ Muitiir and Ma in Â¬ M Cox of West Liberty is rcjiresentiiur the well known and old now established house of Meyer Reiuliarq k Co Raltiiuoro one of the lending cloth- Â¬ Henry is well ing houses in America returned from a known all through Fxisturu Kentucky Green Laoy has visit to the Clifty neighborhood and re- and among his acquaintance numbers a ports Harvey Halsey as sick with rheu- - host of friends Wo therefore predict Old- Undo Rilly mutism1 and fever for him phenomenal success wifo is very low with con llurchards ff you are suffering with weak nud sumption Geo fcrpradHng is running a saw mill with a capacity of SOOO feet a inflamed eye or granulated eyelids ydn II car be quickly cured by using Dr dy McLeaps Strengthening Eye ulve 2f The dark and decaying vegetation of cents a box Sold by G R Swango Ha regions newly clearucf of timber exposed zel Green to the rays of the sun is sure to breed malaria J I McLeans ChillH and Mrs Molisn Markham and son Rruco Fever Curo by mild and jjentlo action of ihbplaee who have been viniting will radically cure f0 cents a bottle relatives and rieuds at Jackson for tVo Sold by G B Swango Hazel Green or iioro months returned homo Wednes Â¬ day Wednesday hurt was the first birthday Postmaster Evans has a severe ease of Dr Urn F Cox of U Sterling Iujs had Dr in four year and if ho did not set Vm mumps and is confined to his bed and up he should have dotio so We should John Tmilboo is attending him liko to have dtntil with him on that oo thinks ho can bring him around all right cation for wc know ho had smoothing Our bettor 17 20ths him been sufioruig extra and we know his good wifo would several days from mi ubcofrsand nannd lmvo had fcomo green peper pickels for happy to staiu that gia but wo uro us Doc U i mighty young looking man she is now sninc hotter and no wonder anv man could continue The sick of our town are doing us well young who only has a birthday every could be i pected i rvux yeaiUr Take one of Dr J II McLeans Little Livei and Kidney Iillets at night before you co to bed and you will bestirprNed how buoyant and vigorous yon will Ted the next day Only 2 cents a vial Sold by G U Swango Hazel Green Swango Hazel Green Henry jut Â¬ - 1 Â¬ Jr i iot J few rVtnarka upon the subject through the columns of jour AND MANTtUTUtKIW OF paper which is published for tho mountain people and in so doing wish to call attention to the ear marks all along the lino of it certain champion of the ureat O K W road always underscored as Spauldings road Wliile 1 shall attempt to repel the severe denunciation and on slaughts of the iiltegritv and ability of our people lhade not ohly by the cham trit pion of Spaulding but liy many other ovcrzenlous and misguided persons upon the railroad subject I do not wish to be understood as opposed to progress and development of our State am in favor Thun by a pro Â¬ of reasonable assistance to a railroad en- olio half the railroad cess of scheming and watering stock terprise tho peoples interest first being will guarded which is always paramount they will make tho public believe that with a lover of free institutions Any it wpst three times as much to build the man possessed of ordinary intelligence road as it honesth did cost Then bj and experience will recognize the impor mortgaging and selling out the county tanee of the peoples interest being well finds herself swindled out of any interguarded when dealing with a railroad est in the road and these honest advo corporation for we all know them to be cates going right on saying vote stock to this most soulless corporations in exist- railroads without any restrictions what ever There are men in Montgomery ence under niir government J shall only say this about the chaiter County that have served us in the halls of the O k A W If in its present of Congress and served upon Railroad shape it is not much superior to the same Committees and they know this to be when Hist offered to the Kentucky Leg- tho plan by which the people are always islature and it should pass both Iioiho- - swindled Now I am much more in favor if Gov Uncknerdocs not return it with of advocating the idea of making bona nOly bis veto message ho will have neglected fide donation in proportion to whatever Aone of the most sacred duties over owed amount We feel that we would be bene 1 shall only fitted by the building of railroads to a much ybuhed people Alt Sterling alieady owes a trreat deal siund the hirpstrings by which the PRINTING COMPANY to the mountains of Eastern Kentucky STEAM champion of SpaUlding b touched when j for her pre enl prosperity and if s io I declare myself in favor of free speech ol East M vin hr Lkxisotox ICy freedom of the press the liberties of the will agitate the extension of the Coal Road into three or four of our counties know people and equal justice to all BOOK AXJ 1035 lie stands upon this platform and mint she will find that upon its construction KJLXK her future prosperity will be so well esgive what he demands Then why resort WF to this tirade of uhuso because an honest tablished that she will not have to de pend upon any other grand trunk line representative of a county acting for her in tho County Court or Legislative for success So start the ball rolling IS nail dares to raise hhi voice in the in and we will do what we are able to do io Of very Description on shortlirMt you notice tciist of his people by having inserted Now in the interest of the people honest claims in their charters by which LXVITATIOXIJ the peoples inteie t may lie protected here I wilj say that they are kind gen L KTT 10 R 1 1 E A I I SO H Spauldings champion in reference to erous to alault and ever willing to lend C a meeting held in Judge Appersous a helping hand when it is needed hnd olice says who ever heard of a railroad they do not deserve the censure theyÂ¬ charter being hampered by honest amend have been receiving And as to the reiiiunt in favor of the people and in the sources of this country coal timber same breath tells the peoples Represen iron ore mica copper ore and many Of all kinilti done with neatness and dis tative the County Court is your jcinedy other valuable things abound including patch in making the contract when the vote is fine indicatious of oil gas tec Strangers o Now I ask what right the coining among us will ever find a hearty ordered welcome Jho people here arc never County Court has to make contracts with 0- favor ie corpoiitions when ordered by the Legis loth to do you aTo kot but quick toand Hcfercnce J T Day A Co Hazel Green p them calm lature to submit to the people a proposi sent an insult quiet avoid giving insults Among the tion whether they will vote so much money to a corporation or not Consis tilings of this great countiy of ours Wiio ever heard of which wc arc proud are the freedom tency thou art a jewel tell of an honest man or corporation ob- of action and right of snllragothis AmongÂ¬ power jecting to honest restriction being put the things we have to fear is ful influence exerted over our people by - when they intendupon their contracted to act honest themselves This brings the moneyed corporatioiiHiiud their allies Jt doesnt hurt but it is to be hoped that their alius to mind the old adaja Avatch him and thieves will not so far forgtt themselves from an honest man to should always be watched It al u sug self interest as to neglect their patriotic duty to republican institutions anil the gests a nigger in the wood pile Why sir events have progressed to love iiid respect they should bear the Dont ay anything such an extent that if an individual or common poplo more about our Representative letting body of citizens assemble themselves to gether and dare to differ in any respect certain bills pas Ho deserves belter Equity from the King who can do no wrong or treatment raise their voice in defence of the inter est of our people or to endorse the action TORY M COX of our honest representatives either in 3- WITJI County Courts or Legislative halls we are denounced as irreligious libertines vCo blackguards and blockheads conceived Manufacturers of Mens Youths it Hoys in iniquity and brought up in sin sa accs and barbarian of the hist report ji idiots in the beginning idiots now and Xcv clean large vrcll- wishing to remain idiots so that tho 11 Xorth Howard Httcet 10 blind leading the blind may ail fall into vent i lilted buildings furnish- PALTLMORH Mi the ditch together Yes I have even ed with new improved school heard our people denounced a- - being no -- Magistrates better than the Indians our furniture wooden headed men and other epithets too vile to mention and that wo should be relegated to the icar in the days For an KnKlish tyndiviitc WAXTLl FulEGorpsGompsientTeaGliers abounding with savages oanabalism and larjjlt tiacli of superstition to perfection Now while our people dont claim any very- high or Mineral Lands der of ability they do claim the right to Virgin Timber EsbnUtion Board andTit--ciddnti- il cpdorse our fepresentalivei and disclaim in Kentucky at rOWIWT VIU LAND the desire to remain idiots Transpiring PItKKS Must he iiccessililc to Railroad or Jijxponsos llcaabna We Unod ilotitiuj streams events will prove our assertion further presume to have intelligence able JTO TITLK MlUT BK PiSUFKCT enough to call the attention not only of M full particular For further information ealll the people of Montgomeiy County but MJHllHOD - WASHINGTON H5 CliiirlcHtown also of this conntryto the fact that whom IdUtm Va Lock Jinx on or Address ever a movo or proposition is made in 11 O HKKjtnoN SihScku Cooiin Montgomery County in the interest of Oraan Icathfmy Co the Kiuituclcy and Suub Atluntic Rail way Spauldings champion jmiuedhitely COOPER flERNDQHL FALLEN Hazel fltt cn WoliV roiiiiIo Ky coined to the front with something to cripple it Now I do not wish to say flENERALC one word detrimental to the development of this country or the future prosperity AlannfuutiirurHund Wholesale Dcalorviit of MtStirlingand Montgomery County lxitb itud have their welfare I love them Boys and at heart Neither will 1 say anything ilAJiKL GUKRN KYt against an honest charter for the C K it Y bill if the adoeatvftof ibis road Have several thoiijuind acris of fine tim mean honesty and fair dealing with the ber mini rat and limning lands in Wolfe people why does SjiitnldingH champion uud ndioinfm coiinth B for lulc Writu for endorse everything m Ciuudons letter descriptive lNtntid terms W against the favoring the J K Coal Road and condemn everything said in the peoples interest Ho uyp it is unprecedented in the history of railroad Vino Street charters and would kill any charter If the county builds one half of the railmad through ith territory what legal HAZEL GREEN ICY nSOly r irht would the corporation have to O K mortgago the countyH propoty if thrv lTAVINO ITiTKD IT A WtH WAS - WORD intend to act hones and keep faith with 11 bTAJUK anil prov ild mjublf with W4TK Hero is what they waut Lood saddle and liurno liornw and vehicles tho people and ic is the Jii lory of railroads They riwpoutfullv solhit tho nuhliu patronage I will feed horwis by tho kliigle fucd day object to being hampered in their cluir giving tor- and will aomo before thovnjcplo wuuk or month and tato pluisurin all stiek entrusted to nut mjjhcIiiI nttcntlon with fair promises that they Vllliisue jflirIIorscs bought and aold on commit stpek to ho county for amount ofbud sioii and will ilrvo Immuo to liuriiea for all HARNESS AND COLLARS voted and that thtir interest trllall bo who desirp my nervlci i All charges rea 707 709 7J1 W 3rAIK STItEOT protected and the corporation win get Hoimhle and withfuction gnarantocii LOUISVILLE KV j u 2Srf opouglv money from the- county jo bufl-H tInK c Â¬ tviilrmlMi in avvis Timmlr kviiV Ciw Aiuu I Salt Flour Grain and Provisions SNOW FLAKE LIME Â¬ from Merchants only Solicit orders and Consignment of Produce MT STERLING- KY Â¬ 1 Â¬ HankscK WHOLESALE Â¬ i it M Â¬ ii t M No 29 Vine Street Â¬ CINCINNATI ii Â¬ TEANSYLVANI- H m 1 Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ VlOJlhl Book Binding Blank -- I A L Â¬ t l Â¬ Manufacturers Book 11 Â¬ Â¬ 8 Â¬ SI E-- Â¬ Â¬ V AOADEMY f Â¬ The Ninth Term Begins 18 1888 I J Meyer Reinhard MONDAYJan21888 and ends FRIDAY May ej il onr iiWiij wTgh WANTED Timber Lands i r - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ito Abe Block Mens Youths o I Childrens Â¬ iQ LIVERY SALE FEED STABLE 1 il T IIIKii 122 Cincinnati O wA- Harbison - SADDLERY Cathrghtr - wiuvtt ajw 4fiHlkMuM IV nglliimiwu THEJJAIRY mal Is thinner sharper and more iuigu lar than tho Joeillng unitnul N Y Voice THE FLIGHT OF BIRDS Am Tho gonoral aspect of tho dntrt Ani It h Wu Hi ft u - developed having two or throo seg Â¬ ments and is freely movable at tho first Countri Gentleman knucklo joint in tho manner of tho in Â¬ Tlio results of accurate and expen Â¬ If wo raise tho arm sive tudy substantiate the theory that dex finger stiff ght out from the aide of our body variation in focub docs not change tho amounts of solids in a cows milk But with tlio palm down this will bo tho of thce tests prove that food may chango position tho tho sproad wing Now moving hand in the horizontal the proportion of water in tho milk and piano from sido to side wo imitate tho so make tho pcrcoutago of solids only motion that is possible in tho greater or lcS3 to tho bulk of milk wrist joint of tho bird the birds hand Pramr Farmer Thcro is not much advantago in can bo bent back against the forearm fcoediiig cows potatoes if butter rather For convenience we may call this back- Â¬ than milk is the object Potatoes in Â¬ ward movoment flexion tho opposite crease tho How of milk but they mako movement cxtonsion Tho unfolding a poor ulvy kind of butter unless or spreading of tho wing is largely As in man tho birds fore Â¬ other and riohor food is given witli automatic arm contains two bones raidius and them There is starch in tho potato but it lacks tho fat found in cornmoal ulna tho former supporting tho hand which makes it so valuable a food for as in man This action wo can easily observe in the butter maker Ar Y Examiner our own persons tho outer bono in the When a fanner sets out to be a dairyman ho should bo a dairyman all forearm is tho ratlins and as tho hand over and there mut bo no half way is turned wo can fcol that bono turn Â¬ business in his eows either If tho ing or rotating with it tho ulna does I cant git no more now I aint as big ECONOMIC EFFECTS selling of milk is tho object in view not share in tho motion In tho bird Commission of tho North and Uncle as mam and I cant do as much work this rotation would intorfero with tho Sams Commissary Department then select tho cow that will givo tho Upon tho I have hero also in my pocket book Tho lltirdon Kn tailed lontlloncc lubllo hy but if youll jist let me go to jaiL tho Liquor Trnlllc greatest amount of a standard quality proper use of tho limb tho radius only Famine stead o her Ill stay longer to make anil Moral Desolation or if it is making butter then tho cow slides to and fro upon tho ulna This a distinguished physicians rccipo for up for it sliding takes place as tho wing is the small pox and 1 know it is good A recent number of the Chautauquan that will givo tho largest amount of Tho bystanders wiped their eyes and cream or butter fats is thn profitable spread through tho mechanism of tho but I will givo it to you with his own presents a discussion of the economic a policeman exclaimed Your mother olbow joint tho radius gliding back comments effects of tiic saloon by moans of ono lo keep Rural New Yorker on the ulna drags the wrist bones and This receipt has boon used to my letters written for that magazine by shant go to jail my lad if I have to The cow that is in full How of milk pay tho fine myself should be given all that she may wish hand ovor tho ond of tho ulna in such knowledge in hundreds of cases and I prominent men These are a few sen Â¬ I will remit tho fine a fashion as to bring it front the flexed know it will prevent or euro small- Â¬ tences from the letters said the to cat as she will thereby bo better Judge and tho woman clasping her into tho extended position pox though the pittings aro tilling The paralysis of industry the in enabled to givo a largo quantity of This extension is facilitated by the When Jenner discovered the cow pox crease of pauperism and crime direct Â¬ boy in her arms sank upon her knees milk A prominent dairyman uses this and solemnly vowed that she would in England the iationosthat from which to get tho pull of an elastic band that stretches hurled an avalanche world of science ly due to tho liquor traffic are the lead a better life and try to bo worthy of famo upon his heaviest economic burdens our mod- Â¬ largest yield of milk during the winter from the front of tho shouldor to the wrist and forms tlio edge of tho web head but when tho most scientific ern society bears greatly outweighing of such a son as that One half wheat bran one months of tho fourth each of cornmoal and ground bird wing as ono may seo in any school of medieino in the world that all the burdens caused by war or TEMPERANCE ITEMS served on tho table All theso of Paris published this recipe as a famine or pestilence Dr J If Sec oats with a very small quantity oil- Â¬ movements are inaugurated by a panacoa for small pox it passed un lye President of Amherst College Dk Hal C Wyman member of tho cake meal Beets and dry corn fodder strong musclo that pulls on the olbow heodod It is unfailing as fato and Tho liquor interest is to day antag- Â¬ Illinois State Board of Corrections and arc also fed but no hay N Y Wit- Â¬ at tho back of the arm We can easily conquers in every instance It is onistic to all tho economic interests of Charities says that intemperance is ness feel this musclo act in our own arm harmless when taken by a well person society it disturbs tho entire business the cause of most insanity when wo straighten it Ono can not It will also cure scarlet fover ENGLISH DAIRY METHODS Here and political systems it impedes Japan has a Tempera nco association fail to admire tho beautiful simplicity is tho recipe as I havo usod it and and interrupts production and de- Â¬ Jlcnv lluttor I Mmlo ut tlio Largo Chesh whoso members are pledged not to of tho means through which so com- Â¬ cured my children of scarlet fever stroys tho complotcd product In short Ire Institute In Kncliwul uso a drop of alcoholic liquor until all As soon as tho milk is drawn from plicated a result is effected Othor hero it is as I havo used it to euro small- Â¬ from every point of view economically tho waters of tho earth change to tho tho cows it is brought gently to the agencies than those described modif pox tho liquor traffic is a public nuisance same drink dairy and strained into a largo milk tho wing movomonts but it is not Sulphato of zinc ono grain fox- Â¬ and danger Hamilton W Maine Ox January 1 a law went into effect cooler or vat after which it is at once nocossary to detail thorn here Ono glove digitalis one grain half a tea Associate Editor of Christian Union in Now Hampshire by which twenty Tho quill feathers at- Â¬ spoonful of sugar mix with two toa put through tho Laval soparator which point more Tho indirect economic damages of is worked by stoam power Tho cream tached to tho band aro so arranged as spoonfuls of water When thoroughly tho liquor traffic in the manufacture voters can assert any place whero to onablo us roughly to classify wings mixed add four ounces of water Take of paupers criminals and mailmen are liquors aro kept for salo to bo a is received in largo tin vessels which undor two great heads broad and a spoonful every hour Either disease ghastly in their enormous and per Â¬ nuisance and which carries tho case on being full aro immediately plunged In tlio broad wing will disappear in twolvo hours For a manent total Mr Gladstone was not before tho Supreme Court Tlio de- Â¬ in a cistern of cold water and brought narrow wings child smallor doses according to age extravagant when he said in full Par- Â¬ fense has to prove the place is not a to a temperature of sixty dogreosat when spread those quills primaries which it is dosirablo that it should bo form at their tips an oval outline If counties would counsel their physi Â¬ liament that tho ravages of intemper Â¬ nuisance It is three years since the first Tom kept to ripen it is gonerally ready to Such wings aro dooply concave Tho cians to uso this thoro would be no ance because continuous have been a churn in two or throe days Tho churn turkoy grouse quail have such wings need of pest houses If you valuo ad- Â¬ greater curse to the Anglo Saxon races peranco society was formed in Finland yet such has been the progress that no used is Bradfords Diaphragm In tlio narrow wing tho primaries vice and experience uso this for that than war pestilence and famine which liquor is allowed to bo sold at the mar Joseph Cook is driven by stoam powor churning form an angle moro or less acute torrlblo disease San Jose Cat My disbelief in prohibition prob Â¬ kots fairs barracks or in the neigh Â¬ with tho point at tho ond of tho News fort- - pounds of butter at a time about ably renders mo a moro disinterested borhood of schools or churches and its It is worked at a speed of forty llvo rev- Â¬ wing and in a lino with its axis whon Justice Lamars Jerseys observer of its results and I do not salo has been discontinued altogether sproad Birds of proy gulls swal- Â¬ olutions per minute tho tomporaturo of Outsido of his family and the classics hesitato to say that though attended in somo of tho towns lows tho largo migratory birds aro in tho cream boing fitty sovon dogroos this class Tlicso birds aro much of Lamar has a hobby and that hobby is with somo doplorablo tendencies it Tub white ribbon is slowly but Churning is generally completed in thirty fivo to forty minutes a smaller tho timo in tho air whllo those with Jorsoy cows Ho has a herd on his has been of great advantago to tho surely encircling the world A Tem Â¬ churn is also used for pupils who wish broad wings aro distinctly terrestrial farm in Mississippi and ho sold Sen- Â¬ State both morally and from tho ma- Â¬ perance soeiety has boon formod in All aro familiar with tho ator McPherson tho bull that took tho terial and economic stand point Very the girls mission school Sansipor to learn to churn by hand Whon tho in habit batter appears in very small particles flight of tho quail or grouso it springs premium at tho Now Jersoy fairs This few of its citizens would willingly re Â¬ Turkoy The white ribbon is donned about tho sizo of pin hoads a quantity with a startling rush from tlio ground bull was named Senator Vest and turn to tho dominion of the dram shop by its mombors and all havo enrolled of cold water about four gallons at a is off liko a bul lot and llnishoj its ono of Lamars cows is namod aftor with its attendant crime disorder and their names upon tho Worlds Wom Â¬ tomporaturo of about fifty degrees is courso with fixed wings whoso con- - Mrs Senator Palmer A picture of social misery Whether tho pooplo ans Christian Temperance Uniou pe- Â¬ added and churning is continued until cavo catchos the air liko parachutes this cow in oil hangs in Lamars would prefer prohibition to high li- Â¬ tition Lamar lives at Oxford cense I am not suro but between pro- Â¬ tho butter appears in grains about tho and so gradually sails to tho earth dining room Local option was tried in Penn- Â¬ and his residonco is surrounded with hibition and frco whisky tlioy would sylvania says tho Philadelphia Press sizo of largo shot whon tho churn is Tlio bird of proy on tho contrary stopped the buttormilk is tjion drawn heavily struggles to leave tho lovol trees I havo scon a painting of it bo practically unanimous for prohibit- but was repealed witli quito gen- Â¬ Senator J J Ingalls President eral approbation after a brief experi off through tho strainer Whon tho Tho buzzard may bo captured as it with tho cows and tho calves gambol Â¬ iongrains aro firm tho buttor is novor clumsily Haps along to got tho mo- Â¬ ing boforo it while Lamar with a book yfthc United States Senate ence Ihis is rather grim sarcasm Tho man who buys that which sus- Â¬ if tho Press spoaks with a knowledgo washed as I am undor tho impression mentum necessary to launch itself into in his hand sits on tho stops and mat wasning xrequontry injuros or spaco but onco afloat what poetry of roads Lamar is worth from 15000 tains his body has his strongth and of tho facts During tho two years No violent boating of tho to 20000 and not any more I am force to exchange for tho creation of tho law was allowed to stand forty spoils tho flavor but loft to drain in tho motion churn for ton minutes The buttor is wings no hurried scrambling in its sure Much of his money Is in Ids now wealth Tho man who buys cloth- Â¬ sovon out of sixtv sovon counties thon carefully lifted out of tho churn progress in graceful gyrations it Jorsoys and ho is not a man who lias ing though it wears out has rofined as wo romombor availed thomsolves with a wooden scoop into a small tub oircles overhead with tlio calm and measured his lifo by his dollars Ho himsolf and kopt himsolf in condition of tho privilogo of shutting the lo buy now clothing But can this bo saloons It was tho apprehension of whllo in grains aftor boing woighod in unconscious enso a spirit might dis- Â¬ has not tho accumulative bent nnd play Tho soaring or sailing of tho though not a great money spender ho said anywhere of tho liquor traffic liquor men that tho whole State would bulk upon tho machine tho buttormilk Does tho man who oxchnnges his live soon bo in tho hands of tho Prohibi Â¬ grouso is oasily understood but this is not a monoy malxer or saver is well pressod out upon tho buttor Suppose Washington Cor N Y World cents for a drink hotter his condition tionists which lod to tho repeal other is a different mattor workor and a quartor of an ounco of to add another livo conts to his N Y Independent wo turn to anatomy again The pri Â¬ salt added to ovory pound of buttor Danger In Public Towels wealth mary quills In tho narrow wing have When tho buttorworkor is passed over It has como to bo that four drinks It seems to mo that this principle of whisky is almost equivalent to ono the butter livo or six times it is then a markod twist increasing toward tho Tho public towol is also novor safo to put away for throo hours aftor which it tip of tho wing this form suggests tho use that Is tho towol that tho public which can bo readily demonstrated murdor Two men had an altercation Tho white wipes on It not only romovos tho carried out to its final results must in n drinking and gambling saloon of is again put on tho buttorworkor and blado of a propeller worked until it is seen to bo quito frco pelican n soaring bird has to oach molsturo that it is its purposo to do fihow that tho saloon koopor stands In Chicago tho othor day Ono offhom from mniituro This is facilitated con Â¬ wing livo such quills attached to tho but it rubs oft soalos piocos of doad tho samo rolation as tho lottery swearing dire vengoanco wont up to iudox flngor this it will bo romom skin lymph from cuts and abrasions koopor tho gambler and all classes of tho bar and called for a glass of siderably by tho buttorworkor boing borod may rotato on its knucklo joint porspiration from tlio pores mucus fraud and therefore must bo as whisky wiped dry with a muslin doth each time It was jrivon him Ho called tho butter is pass oil over it Tho buttor Thoro aro two muscles In tho forearm from tho nostrils pus from sores and fundamentally condomnod as aro thoso for another that also was passed over Lewis Miller tho counter by tho vendor of tho vilo is thon noatly mado up into ono pound which sond thoir tendons to this linger ulcers and any liquid that is oxcrcted groatovilsof tho land rolls wrapped in grease proof paper and rotato it so that its livo quills may upon tho Burfaco of tho body Thoso President of Chautauqua stuff Another and still another woro Who dares to think of dollars in called for and glvon Thon tho man and put into cardboard boxes thoso aro describe a sculling motion Now if n impurities and disoaso germs aro re Think was insano enough to do any thing A jigain packed into largrf wooden boxes man standing in the stern of a skill by tained in tho meshes of tho towol and connoction with tho saloon ot twonty four pounds each and sent to a twist of itho oar in tho water can aro roady to attach thomsolves upon rather of pestilonco and famino of moment later ho had put a bullefi soull it along at n good rate why subsequent usors of tho towol A hun moral desolation and evory ovil thing through a mans hoart and tho wrong various customers Tho nutter mado may not the soaring bird scull itself drodor moro persons uso ono of thoso Ho who livos on tho income of tho sa Â¬ man at that If tho law lots the gji this system is waxy tiudcoso in tox through tho air by tho uso of soveral ttirc clear in color and distinctly pure oars spooially twisted to act as pro towols in a day ami thoso who nro loon is a pauper Ho lives at tho ox keopor of that don or tho doalor out of among tho last especially run un Â¬ ponso of others nnd gives in return that poison go froo thoro is oither in flavor and keeps weilaiid commands pellorjujind provided witli tho proper pleasant chancos of catching somo ill nothing that can holp or bloss His somothing wrong witli tho law or with Â¬ u London Agricultural Ga Why not only I have not or othor Good Joutckccjnng motion trado is a blight Hii prosperity on- - its oxecutors Chicago Sttmdard zette digestive organs in a healthy condition -Â¬ -- water till it forms a jelly This Is worth hand with thumb first and second all it cots as food besides keoping tho fingors Tho first finger only is well Breod your owi dairy herd and ing in mid air seemingly through raise it to a high point of perfection if moro volition and independent of you would enjoy the business and make known laws of motion Mathematical money in future yoars Prairie Far- Â¬ thoorios have boon devised to solvo this riddlo Perhaps thero is somo mer dolicato action in tho wing somo sub Whats good for tho gooso is good for tho gander No farmer tilo manipulation of tho great quills would think of feeding his horses that aro curiously shaped which may poorly during spring or fall plowing holp to oxplain tho matter Such a movement would cscapo tlio unpre- Â¬ Why not apply tho samo horso sonso pared obsorvor A glanco at tho an- Â¬ to the dairy eovs tain World If cows are fresh in milk each atomy of the wing will make this the- Â¬ would bo the better for ono plntof flax Â¬ ory cloaror and onablo any ono to Tho seed jelly mixed with her feed onco study tho mattor for himself wing corresponds to tho human each day This jolly Is mado by boil- Â¬ ing flaxseed in six times its bulk of arm it has tho arm forearm and attractlvo than tho soaring bird Anatomical Vlnw ofn Hulijoot Faaola ntliiK to Lotbm of Nature Cortalnly no object in naturo is moro Heat- Â¬ of Mophlsto Though soroly FOR THEIR MOTHER amazed I ventured to question this Imp of tho realm Where Vice Is tho Pilot with Crlmo at tho Iathotlo Scene In a Chicago Ioljoo Court A Finn Koinlttotl helm A pathetic scono is described in Wins And asked him polltoly his mission to namo And If ho was licensed to rotnll tho samo lows Monthly A wretched creature Idontlcal barrel of whisky which ho a woman whoso appotito conquered all Was fondly surveying rlih dovillsh gleor othor motives of action was brought O I ncvor handlo tho stuff ho replied before a Chicago magistrate for drunk- Â¬ CURE FOR SMALL POX My partners mortal aro trusty ami tried Mayhap peradvonturo you might wish to look enness Clinging to her tattered gown A Slmplo Iloraody Which Wos Usod During At tho involco comploto t will read from this Avore two children a boy and girl tho Civil War the book Regarding tho remedies for small- Â¬ You will ilnd Unit this barrel contains some- former only seven years of age but made prematurely old by the hardships thing mo c pox a gentleman who was connected forty two of his wretched life tho medical and surgical depart Â¬ Thanero I could gallons of whisky galore with And slip but another word In Five dollars and costs ments during tho war says said the During Ho checked It off gaily this cargo of sin Judge sternly Seven dollars and tho time intervening botwecn the bat- Â¬ A barrol of headaches of tle of Stono Kiver at Murfreosboro A barrol of curses a barrelheartaches of woes sixty cents in all of blows Instantly tho little fellow started up Tonn and tho Missionary Kidgo A barrel of tears from a world weary wife A barrel of sorrow a barrel of strifo and taking his sistors arm ho cried conflict on tho heights overlooking A barrel of all unavailing rogret out Come on Wos got to git that Chattanooga a small pox epidemic A barrel of cares and a barrel of dobt money or mamll hov to xo to iail A barrol of crlmo and a barrol of pain was a fright that scared moro than it A barrel of blasted and vain Jest wait Mr Jedgo and well it killed A largo small pox hospital was A barrol of hopes over a falsehood barrel of cries it established at Bridgeport Ala and That fall lrom tho mnnlacs lips as ho dies Tlio children hurried out of the tho averago number of inmates was A barrol of agony heavy and dull A barrel of poison of this nearly full court room and going from store to represented by moro than three figures A barrol of liquid damnation that But what I wished to arrive at was Tho brain of tho fool who belle ve3llres insplros to store solicited contributions to it keep mam from going to jail tho this the deaths wore very few and tho A barrel of poverty ruin and blight A barrol of terrors that grow with tho night boy bravely promising every giver to treatment was quito simple Wo only A barrol of hungor a barrol of groans return the money aa soon as ho could gavo the patients plenty of ventilation A barrel of orphans most pitiful moans earn it Soon ho came running back by raising tho sides of tho largo hos- Â¬ A barrol of sorpents that hiss as they pass From the bead on tho liquor that glows in tho into the court room and laying a pital touts kept their bowels freely glass handful of small chango on the magis Â¬ open and gavo tho men good rations My barrol My treasure I bid thoo farewell trates desk exclaimed of English ale a commodity that was Sow yo tho foul seed I will reap It in Hell WUcomln Pi ohiblllonM Theres two dollars Mr Jcdge and generously supplied by tho Christian had an opportunity to bco whether th bird does so or not but writo this ac- Â¬ count in hopo that somo ono favorably situated may test tho theory Porhaps tho anatomical thoory may holp tho mathematicians To sum up tho whole The soaring bird extends and Bots its wing largoly automatically whon sproad tho ter-Â¬ minal quills aro separated in tho samo act and by special muscles aro mado to describe curvos in tho air this motion may sufllco to propel tho bird without taking into account other causes It is to b6 noted that tho bodies of tlicso air sailors aro pneumatic Large air sacs aro distributed through them ovon tho bones are filled with air so that tho body weight is thereby light Â¬ ened Prof Charles A Todd in St Louis Qlobe Dcmocrat To tho form tails want and grief Count tho cost of tho saloon if you can but count it not in dollars 2wto S MMcrrili WHAT IT CONTAINS Ono who buys flour is richer for it A Ilarrnl of Whisky as well as ho who sells it Liquor may A drayman rolled forth from his enrt to tho enrich tho seller but it impoverishes street tho buyer All experience shows that A rod hoaded bnrrcl woll bound and comploto And on It red letters liko forked tongues ot the community is richer bydrivlng out flnmc Emblazoned tho grade number quality fame of thoir business thoso who aro en riched by public pauperism and by Ot this world ronowncd whisky from some bodys still forcing them into employments whero Who arrested tho grain on Its way to tho mill they shall enrich tho consumer as woll So thoro stood tho barrel dollvcrcd but I as tlwmsolvQs William Hayes Ward Could seo thnt a shadow was hovering nigh Editor of Independent A sulphurous shadow that grow us I guzod TEMPEItANCE Â¬ Â¬ htitiie -- S r V EKJ -- Jj TTF lxF r f - fV MfSSKSMmmmmSiOBmmmmmmaaMtKtttjmk W TvHttKii IVraBaBlMailllllllllllMBHillllllllllillllllllllllllBjIIWixc 7 - - HTV 4v X1 JL l fifiBBMB V is- a 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