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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ir--- v nana snaac a 4 rv v ts iff v 3 IAZEITItREEN 1 conn-- Y0LUME HAZEL GREEK WOLEE COUNTY PROFESSIONAL I EX WEDNESDAY MAT 13 1885 THE WORLDS ENDING NUMBER 11 nical schools Moral philosojiy aad filial piefy wasiaailcated TMb stradc ISial as a 08taaifteat tMng It ww also a fact that im JapaB altltogklherftopk are di tided in reEgipnv tier skowthe greatest respect for each others belief He dW ot ksow tat tfwt it augit be a good idea to haveaoeae miaoJaimritg Itom Japea ta ecme ver I- - Sfe woiltl have the children txmght tae Krereaces the reverence forspms the revwreaec fore quafc ad the revereftc far iwenoeu It was for the teachers t discover way to teach these fThe Herald JskendjjjKrr tv ami reila4 fe - EXHIBIT OF HAY miles of coal measures Hitherto Practice In all the State Courts and tematic efforts to produce hay have been ittitiirinii oivon tn Mltuineu nt fill w Vw fvVW VVW made except on circumscribed areas kinds in the United Statcu Courts ADvratTiscxc rates xm ut ujit vlkiiisuii suuuiu con- Â¬ 600 I Jji Ojic Ycr vince any one that with proper cultiva-Â¬ PORTER LACEY 11000 tion hay can be produced at a profit J VJ U and that lands worn out by improvident ATTORNEY AT LAW Ixrjfsr a4rertiewBts aiade JUttet tillage and thrown out as waste lands XK9WA oft mLku NOTARY PUBLIC AND EXAMINER OF may by intelligent system of agriculture SPJ2KCER COOPER JLWrcs DEPOSITIONS and by proper fertilizing be reclaimed Maari Green Kv and made profitable These lands art HAZEL GREEN KY peculiarly well adapted to dairy farming COUNTY OFFICERS OF WOLFE and stock raising It was my good for-Â¬ G B Swaago GeRsty J4ge J M QUILIIK J C LYKIN8 tune to see the meadows on the St Ber- Â¬ Levi Kali Crasty Attraer -4 nard coal companys lands this season f Hogg QUILLIN Clerk Canity LYKINSr 1DiividElkins and I am positive that I have not seen F Circk KstHte Agentx on the G T Centers AttorHeys KtLaw mid Ileal best lands of Central Kentucky Hkeril CAMPXOX K better hay than was produced on these jrielden Cox i Titles examined taxes paid for coal measure soils The photographs of Crder B Smith dents Collections a specialty Ileal Estate these meadows together with the hay on C L Fallen bought and sold on eoiiiruissioh AVill nrae exhibtion are sufheient evidencs on this Conry Spt Pablic Schoek ticc irt Wolfe nnii adjoining counties vv point We have millions of acres of such Piaster ommissioHer lands covered with valuable timber JCTfCES OF THE PEACE R R B GARDNER When this is cut the land will produce DisxkiCT S P Marphy Wednes- Â¬ Fikst day after 24 Monday Stephen Swango profitable crops of grain and tobacco for Tkuruday after 2nd Noaday a few years after which the system de-Â¬ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON SKCOM District I ST Godsey Friday scribed herein can be adopted and the after Und ICoaday A J Liudou Saturday HAZEL GREEN KY lands be made profitable for growing hay fter2nd Mmdarl I believe were this course - Offers his services to the people of Wolfe and grasses W Ilortoa WednesTiilKD DiSTiaCT pursued throughout the coal measure re after 1st Monday W T Tompkins and adjoining counties gians that the grass crop would prove as Tuesday after 3rd 3laay tForRTK Distkict Spencer Wed Â¬ remunerative to the farmer as the coal J M RASH nesday after 3rd Mosday Isaiah Spencer underlying this land would be to the Tkwpfdsr lifter vJrd Moaday miner Experiments tried on this same PHYSICLAN AND SURGEON Elkins H Firrif Dktimct AVtxi C Tuncitt- - iFriday soil in grape growing by the Rev Father VntiJut til r1 n frr nl VoHdavl i Tenders his professional sen ices to the citi- - Coenan ot Earlington Hopkins county fterud woJfc and ailjoimng counties prove that these soils are also well suited StXTit Dihtoict S SL Hose Saturdav af0fllcc at residence on Broadway ter 1st Mondavi AM SwamroTuesdav after for these industries The Elvira one of Srd Friday our most valuable grapes grows to greater HAZEL GREEN KY Eighth Dxstkict J H TerrillTuesday perfection here than on the richer soils after 4th Mouday of Kentucky and the wine produced Constaxi KS 1st Dktrict achariah Hal sells in the Louisville and Cincinnati mar- Â¬ ser Had District James Lacy 3rd District kets readily as a Rhine wine an excellent Hiram Bailey 4th District A J Legg 5th HAZEL GREEN KY wine is also made from the Cynthiaua District Jaiaes lkak tith District Geonie Sallr 7tk District TL Clay Hose Stk Dis- - Physician SUTgeOH and Ac- - lam assured that profits ranging from trict Aagestus Jiradlpy 300 to 500 per acre have been realized COUCheUr COUNTY OEPJGERS OF MENIFEE es tn thfi npo from vinovaras in Hopkins county When urofeSonal sc such results as the above may be obtain- Â¬ Tke JUvag are tke eanty officers of pie of Wolfe and adjoining counties Office at residence on Hazel Green Heights ed on lands to be purchased at from 3 MtBifeerixr J M Yanarsdcll County Jadge to 15 per acre convenient of transporta- Â¬ T IJ TW1 VI 11C CaatV Clerk tion having valuable timber and inex-Â¬ A T Hackncr Clerk HOTELS haustible beds of coal it would seem that Ringo j SheriC i a knowledge of the facts Jilone would be lijJ N Frisfir I J ail crM C Lewis sufficient to people the entire coal iields Coroaer N A WllLs with thrifty and industrious agricultu- Â¬ G W Waeelerr Barveror- rists HAZEL GREEN KY County tfupL Public Schoolj5W G Taylor HOPKINS COUNTY GRASSES W S Pierce Master Coianlseioacr J 8 GODiJEY ProprlnUir John B Atkinson TU8TJCXS OK tjie peace The sample of soil upland in the March Jaac September and December Patronage is respectfnllv solicited from -- FiBfeT Distkict Turner Spencer third j everybody more especially the traveling Hopkins county exhibit produced the cdues public Monday C C Moaigoery mist First class accommodations and present summer at the rate of 6750 pounds of cured hay to the acre the dav satisfaction guaranteed Skcoku DisrRicrr J T Argb third hay a mixture of timothy red top and T TburMlay T F Frkbr first Friday clover The field of forty acres was put Third Distkict J M Adams Recond in grass in 1876 was used as a pasture in Saturday Nelson Holland 4ih Thursday r HAZEE GREEN KY 18771878 and 1879 put in corn in 1880 T FOOKTH DiKTKiCTr Alfred Coxnbs- first in wheat in 1881 timothy being sown iSeturdav Samuel Stacy third Saturday with the wheat and a crop of hav secured JLFTH Ditjuct 6-- IL Hale second JOHNH PIERATT PnorniETOii Win Hashes 4th Friday Friday in 1882 1883 and 1884 Part of the CONfeTJUiLES IstDirtrict Jjjo L Brooks Thc table is supplied Avith the best in field had been fertilized with ashes from 1L Kindrick 3rd Dintrict 2ad District class accommodation cotton seed hulls the remainder with Johnson IWiitaker 4th District J T Hed j the market and first man and stable manure The entire field had will be furnished for beast ger 5thDistnct II JJ Little- been fertilized but once since 1876 A Itiehxfd Spencer ConiHiLssioner of the Poor - photographic view of this field is on ex e1- - calling attention to the very satisfactory exhibit of grasses Estill asd Floyd the from Hopkins county and to the follow-coun- fcffltpmpnf rf fhp viold rf bnv onrl fb Ta4 THE JJEAiD therefore win reieive prompt atten- - infu method of fertilizing by Ir X B Atkin- son vice president and general manager awach sre people by an a advertisers of the St Bernard coal company I have than by m dvfrifiet Trylis sad be ceimneed any TATTERSON HAZELEIGG long thought that our coal measure soils rthkesas are peculiarly well suited to the produc- Â¬ tion of certain grasses and would make ATTORNEYS AT LAW excellent meadow lands The successful cultivation of hay by Mr Atkinson on COO E R If this character of soil in Hopkins county UT STERLING KY confirms my impressions and shows con clusively that we have neglected a most rjJCPTKX JJlTES j Q AilUEL McKEE important industry which would prove i100 vWtvV vHC X 4Mwrw highly remunerative over a large area of ATTORNEY AT LAW OtJL AvRmKs vv f the state In Western Kentucky we I No Ml W Jcfiersou Street have about 4000 square miles and in N 4tWerjtk will be eRttrsd upon LOUISVILLE KY Eastern Kentucky alout 10000 square JicittmtL Xrja tie eountiea of Peweileiiifee Mitgoffia lati pablidied in Wolfe T AL KASH ATTORNEY AT LAW Hazel Gseex Ivy Grown on Coal Measure Soils in Hophin Wk I take pleasure in County Kentucky Prof J R Proctor A Tioctor TTho ISntertains Street Crowds With Hi HoVbj The Wonderful and Improbable Prophet Predictions el a Rural Cou rier Journ al i Hi el8 iVf CIK F -- fefitf Bru VH1 bC recclVed for j f 1 riiif B no svs- - J I ir A ules ClerkWxn AKmrMraramS Srrerr non-res- i- t T J D iy J Jies J acsf J - B TAXJLBEE M D iret I JAJi rr--- DAY HOUSE -- cranky notions he at times displays won- Â¬ derful intellectand is certainly endowed with a volume of information He is quite familiar with Biblical history and no man was ever more devoted to a cause than be is to the hobby that the end of the world is near at hand A reporter listened to one of his lec-Â¬ tures yesterday and was really interested as well as amused bv him The faith the man has in his predictions is wonderful indeed He said he could read between the lines and foresee that a revolution of the entire world is almost here The war cloud that reaches from Russia to Eng-Â¬ land he says is sure to burst in its fury this week He hears the thunder and can see the lurid bolts in tBe darkness and says war is inevitable It will come in a few days and maybe to morrow The signal given to the world of the near approach of its ending is warring and to a student of the scriptures it is un- Â¬ mistakable There are said the doctor tvars and rumors of wars and though all nations are crying for peace there will be no peace And this war will not be confined to two nations It is to be general uni- Â¬ versal The whole earth is to be satu- Â¬ rated with human blood and the heavens of every hemisphere will be darkened with the smoke of battle In America the grandest struggle will take place The powers that now exist will be over- Â¬ thrown Cleveland is to be dethroned and placed in prison Gen Grant will be emperor of this continent but will reign only six weeks at the end of which time peace will be declared and a grand revolution will follow The earth will rock and roar like a volcano There will be a great transformation new life will spring within man beast and vegetable This state of affairs will continue three years at the end of which time the world will be a paradise Eden will be given back to us in all its glory happiness and sweets At the end of three years Christ will come and reign for 1000 years when the millennium will be at hand During this brief harranguc the doctor quoted scripture with a readiness and fa- Â¬ miliarity that denoted a thorough study of the Bible He denies that the world will be destroved by fire He says the people are tooliteral in their conceptions and that they are in ignorance when they interpret the fire to destroy all tttat is earthly to mean a literal consuming blazing heat He contends that the fire referred to in the passage means the pow- Â¬ er of God that will convert earthly to heavenly The past will be forgotten and only the present will exist There will be no future every thing will be now For several years past Dr Strathard who hails from Bardstown a very digni- Â¬ fied and exceedingly talkative man lias been entertaining audiences at the corner of Fifth and Jefferson streets With all his wild speculations and seemingly PIERATT HOUSE past present and future Tazowoll He also believes that America is the Isreal and says Americans a new race are to be the chosen ones The foregoing is a very brief but good synopsis of the doctors daily lecture His audienges have increased in numbers and there tre scores of men who congre- Â¬ gate regularly to hear him discuss the VIRGINIA CEDAR BLUFF I - County Items for The Herald JW J Wanted to know Where is our Gras-Â¬ sy correspondent J Indian high school commencement will come off in about six weeks Mrs Dr James Perry and Miss Carrie MORGAN Spotts are at Jeffersonville hibition WEST LIBERTY KY Mrs Alice Higginbotham wife of W The sample of clover hav in the fcf DIRECTORY K CHURCH Bernard exnibit was grown on a field that J Higginbotham is visiting her father Hazel Giuiex 1st Sunday M E South --owr i was classed as worn out m 1880 It in East Tennessee Stamper 2nd Sunday Presbytelev W-cnns- nan Rev Ji i JiicKel 3rd Sunday patronaire of the traveling public reppect- - was fertilized with ashes of cotton seed Mrs R F Cecil who has been con- Â¬ ujmjivs aujijiJicu wmi hulls in 1880 and 1881 and the past fined to her room with something like t Mimiicu aiuiu ever v euucuiiy evening ai me v iiruuu iu thebest in the market Stable attached spring a top dressing of stable manure chills for about three weeks is out church Tlmrsday eveaiag at Presbyterian was given part of the field with a result again and made her appearance at meet- Â¬ church of 14147 pounds of clover hav ready for ing last Sunday Caxptok 1st Sundar Christian Rev J the barn to the acre Used about five Revs T PjerattHd Sunday M E South Rev G NEAR POSTOFFICE hundred pounds of the raw ashes to the Indian Dickey and Tabor have just left CABagan They have been conducting a acre Sunday M E South i LEXINGTON revival of ten days continuance Axrowv2nd KENTUCKY The sample of mixed timothy and clo- - glorioushall RevVLStamiierr4thSuiiday Christian at the resulting in the conversion ver hay in the St KcvD G Comb ami i FIRST CLASS RATES REASONABLE j at the rate of 6820 Bernardtoexhibit was of thirty five souls and twenty five were tyrant pounds the acre of EzEL 1st Sundav Baptist Rev W L cured hay The field pioducing this hay added to the M E church south Others Givedon 5nd Suaday Christian Rev D G f SONS BOSWELL HrE labored indefatigably with the brethren Moral Education was so worn out in 1874 when first PKOPRIETOKS CobL Sunday Christian put in grass that the product of- hay was The people of the burg were somewhat iFkEXCHiiHRG 1st E B Haskell of the Boston Herald Kev D G Combs 2nd M E South Rev not over twenty tons to the field of fiftv humbugged not long since by a pre- Â¬ at a meeting of the school masters club G B Dougherty 4th Sunday Presbyterian acres Part of the field was then fertil- Â¬ tended show but nevertheless Miss said that while he had no practical sugÂ¬ Bcv E P Mickel CAMPTON KY ized with leached cotton seed hull ashes Nannie B Cecil must have felt herself gestion to inake it seemed to him that 1st Sunday Preabyterian Rev Jackson and produced in 1875 and 1876 at the highly honored when she received a nice m teaching morals there was a tendency W B Copcn 3rd Sunday M E South rate of ninety eight tons of hay to the gold ring for being the prettiest girl to connect morals with religious belief Alex J Aauary Proprletor fifty acres Li 1877 the field produced a present The show was succeededTby Mr Haskell illustrated his subject by is supplied with the choicest crop of cotton in 1878 a crop of wheat a musical concert and a public debate by telling of the experience of a missionary Tlic table viands in the market and the charges are 3nd the balance of the field fertilized the Philomatheans laboring among the colored population reasonable special inducements to com- withashes In 1879 and 1880 crops of Not long since Tazewell hailed tri Â¬ of a certain part of the south The mercial tourists overdone hundred tonsof hay were taken umphantly one of her fairest flowers preacher was very popular so long ae he FOK from this field in 1881 a crop of corn in Miss Vicie F Gillespie who has been In confined himself to religion in the abstract 1882 a crop of oats andiiay and crops of Kentucky for a short time We can truly but he finally found it accessary to speak say that Iventucky will never lose anoth- Â¬ rather forcibly of the sins of lying and hay in 1883 and 1884 The entire field has been fertilized but er equal to the one we rejoiced to re- Â¬ stealing and he noticed that his popular Â¬ LODGING HOUSE once since 1874 and that with ashe3 of ceive She ha3 been during the meet- Â¬ ity began to wane One old colored i corncr 5lh and Jefferson cotton seed hulls a heavv dressing ing visiting friends and old schoolmates brother called on him and said We like The TE rs AD Weklt Commek j equivalent perhaps to 800 to 100b at Indian Glad to sav she has a pros- - you preacMng sah we like you sh we LOUISVILLE KY cial of Lotusnlle is without doubt tlte perous select school under headway at likes to have you among ua too sah but blamUvprerintiieSbatii-Ow-iuK-- f Entrance on th up stairs I fcteelesburg GakkeV view of this field is on exhibition the fac am dat we mu hab our Sunday -- v 3j Wjhteuax Night Clerk of red top hay in the St The sfimple fo ligion So the speaker thought reÂ¬ The Impeachment of Kin Alcohol Bernatd exhibit was grown on a meadow ligion a good thing for Sundays but Tjte TTrtt avti WrEKTY COM3F bottomland that has been fertilized We are here to confront the greatest morals for every day in4 the wee LIVERY STABLE One ost excellefit ewipsperlt ciAn fe twice in ten years with a top dressing of enemy of our time to handle the greatest difficulty that this subject presented was is Republican in politics but is fair andi cotton seed hull ashes The meadow has living question This monster has the that it was not easy to measure moral UWWlUi Iionorable in its uttenmces It givesf been cut each year for ten successive world for a home the flesh for a mother education There was no standard by inuck attntiott to the fanning invests years and the produdt the present sum the devil for a father He stands erect wMch it could be measured as you meas Â¬ DEALER IX oflhe State and material interests of mer being the tenth crop was 4464 a monster of fabulous proportions He ured intellectual development aad train Â¬ fhgrawing BoutkPrisceton Bamner -j-frj-m pounds of cured hay to the acre A view has no head and cannot think he has no ing It was a difficult thing to chalk Q T1 C at this field is also on exhibition heart and cannot feel he lias no eyes and down a boys moral standing He The price is oly One Dollar a year so eallcd worn out lands of Hop- Â¬ cannot see he has no ears and cannot thought that moral training should be The Specimen copies mailediree kins county are readilv brought to hear He lias only an instinct by which made a part of the currictSam of our JOHN B HUKLAP MOUNT STERLING J KY produce grass heavily by means of to plan a passion by which to allure a school A friend of his who had visited Louisville Ky the ash of the hulls of cotton seed from j coil by which to bind a fang by which the schools of Mexico had told him that Hajcic GxeexHebald and ANT ROADSTERS A SPE 300 to 500 pounds to the acre show won Â¬ to sting and an infinite maw in which one of the things taught there was that The WeHr News and Commercial Trill COACHEBS derful results This ash contains as it to consume his victims We impeach urbanity yhich ie so noticeable in the ClAlili Wsenl to one dcLreee l rom this office j comes from the mills not less thad thirty-- this monster and arraign him before the politeuiess of that people There wad al Â¬ 1 foroneyearjforLTS rAnv one wishing to visit Gincinnati five per cent of carbonate and sul-Â¬ bar of the public judgment and demand so another country to sent trrxrrQ or Louisville can leave their1 horses with phate of potash and six per cent of f his condemnation in the name of indus-- sionaries Japan andwMch webeen mistTVTTVn Ui he had told YOB nl1 iA that thsr will reeeira vjMOMQttM ecTcopesjaEHr attention be watered fed groomed phosphate potash and to the liberal use try robbed and beggared of the public that in that country in tnevery earliest hoitfe cftricAc4vefeUy find bedded Solicidns vour custom re oi uiis jermizcr is ascrmea tnegooa nay peace disturbed and broken of private j schools and from them way up to the crops f the St Bernard coal company JOHN KEEF safety gagged and garroted of commoii most advanced classes even n the tech adroaiplly xecte4ra4triisofDe- - 1main A Youre truly 1 HOUSE L- jSELAIED HOUSE - T iusttce violated and trampled of the popular con scieneedebauched and pros tituted or royal mnnooa wrecxea ana ruined and of helpless inrKSKjeace ffy laid end assassinated With the gold Ms crimes have brought him he seeks to se cure friends in the halls of legislation to put his judges upon the bench Ms advo cates at the Dar ms witnesses on ine stand and to make surety doubly sure hi3 views in the public mind He would fill not only our cells and graveyards but also our judgment seats and our po 1ms is pur foe cun Â¬ lice commissions ning as a fox wise as a serpent strong as an ox bold as a lion merciless a a tiger remorseless as a hyena fierce as a pesti- Â¬ lence deathly as a plague To condemn and correct such a criminal is not the pastime an hour but the manly hero born martyr bred work of a life time s This enemystands among us the history of whose reign is Ms tory of repeated injuries and usurpations all having direct object the establish-Â¬ ment of an absolute tyranny over man kind To prove this let facts be submit- Â¬ ted to a candid world He has refused to submit to laws the most wholesofiie and necessary for the public good he has kept among us in times of peace stagger ing armies witn cue consent oi our legis- Â¬ latures he hris deprived our citizens in many cases of trial by sober furies he has transported many of our citizens be yond the bounds of reason into the seaa of dissipation and ruin he bas imposed taxes on us for the support of pauperism and crimes of his own engendering he has establishedand sustained depots for the manufacture and sale of the most de structive instruments to complete the works of death desolation ana perfidy unparalleled in the most barbarous ages and utterly insufferable among a civilized people he has occasioned more than three fourths of the pauperism three fourths of the crime and more than one-half of the insanity in the community and thereby filled our prisons our alma- nouses and lunatic asylums he has in fluenced our elections bv bribery and corruption he has destroyed the lives of tens of thousands of our citizens annual- Â¬ ly in the most merciless manner he has turned aside hundreds of thousands mere of onr free and independent citizens to idleness and vice infused into them the spirit of demons and degraded them be-Â¬ low the level of brutes he has made thousands of widows and orphans and de-Â¬ stroyed the fondest hopes and blasted the brightest prospects he has entered our courts of justice and our legislative halls and disturbed their councils and even the sanctuaries of our religion and the ministers at the alter have not alto- Â¬ gether escaped his prevailing and blight Â¬ ing influence he has encouraged Sabbath breaking profanity impurity thieving house burning robbery gambling slan- Â¬ der and lighting and has ruined the morals of every community over wMch he has obtained an influence he has dis- Â¬ honored God in whose image and for whose glory man was created ly sinking his immage below the level of the irra-Â¬ tional brutes v We will now call the world to witness if we have beerr wanting in attention and forbearance to the traitor while he has been extending Ms unwarrantable juris- Â¬ diction over us Has not our govern- Â¬ ment afforded Mm the most liberal pro- u uwuu xxas ne not saiiea unaer our flag on every ocean and in every sea And we now declare it as our beleif that the history of the human race affords no parallel example of slavery and degrada tion inflicted on a willing and unsuspect ing puupu mat no tyrant ever supjectea so many human beings to such unmitiga- Â¬ ted grievances to such mighty woes Millions of victims have fallen by his op- Â¬ pression millions more are enthralled Year after year and age after age have passed away but the cry of remonstrance though often raised has seldom been heard or heeded The malignant tyrant steady to his purpose has rioted in the courage and with infernal exultation mocked the groans of the dying and sported with widows sighs and orphans tears Every domestic and social bond has been disregarded the peace and re-Â¬ spectability of families have been de- Â¬ stroyed proraing and beloved sons have been torn from their parents husbands from their wives and families and the tender mother even from the helpless and dependent offspring No tie in na- Â¬ ture too tender to be sundered no chord too strong to be broken by this unfeeling te ae A SAD CASE Mxa-Hiwy- Will Be tl Set ta m Ismae Com fellow-citi-zen- There are few ladies ia Lewhwilk fetid in higher es4ee taaa Mrs Xxry Palr Ham aad the raisortae that ha hef ali Â¬ aaxmg a very large circle of friawii Foe a number of years the lady ha bee a agent in LouYiite Sarladiea iving in other towas and cities ad had built up a very exteeave aad pro4taWe business of that character Her nam and manner of doing bualoe k faatHiar in nearly every town or cftr ia the atate aad her acqaAiataace extends to alaMet every state in the Union So successful has she been in her vocation that she hae accumulated a very handsome fortune Her residence at No 717 West Broad wayis said to be one of the suet com-Â¬ plete for elegance and ooaifort in tiae en her hae prodmcad - proferad satFaw rir JorHaIJ Aaylam city A little over a year ago Mrs PolHam was prostrated with fever from the eff- Previous to that illna she waa a remarkably healthy woman bet hae since been in delicate health- - Aboat six months ago gave symptom of an af-Â¬ fected brain and relatives and frieada have watched her with no little later est and certainly with great anxiety TMs distressing affliction Increased with her until it was deemed wise and necessary to adopt measures of relief A council of the friends of the lady wa held and an examination decided on Yesterday afternoon the exaaainatto way held by several eminent physicfas and it was determined to seed 3rs Pal Ham to the Cincinnati infinaary foe the insane What appeared to weigh heaviest oa Mrs Pulliams mind was that she had not been charitable eaoagiu She wottfcl imagine that it was her duty to heaay gifts os certain people and many an -deserving man and woaian have received money and raiment froai the misguided woman It is believed that with proper treatment her aictkx will he only temporary and that ia a very short ase she will be restored to health and Se in complete poseessios of her faculties ered ects of which she hag nvr fally recov- Â¬ le There is so better field for now than the south In every soatharo state says the Savanaah News there is great need of money to begin ae- - enter Â¬ prise or to carry oa those already aatab lihsed Farmers want oeer huoincjg men want aaoney and those who are pre Â¬ paring to open ap mines or to start ma ufoctories want money They are willÂ¬ ing to pay a good interest for It aadthey can aflord to pay it It a aratalteto suppose that they cannot famh goad security The south is rich ia resoerea Her lands produce abundantly her forests are valuable now and are oecomiag more valuable every year and her miaa of iron and qoal are equal to rany in th world iavestet - ASBURY HOUSE rood Reading Â¬ Little Money nrft vw - pfhitz jtp -- j 4 tJJi i J J JlilHl TTr0 l D jThe j j I It needs only 3 glance at the assess Â¬ ment rolls of the different southern states to convince any one that tha sath Is making rapid strides toward wealth Is 1879 the assessed value of property in Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Florida Alabama Mississippi Louisiana Kentucky Tennessee and ArÂ¬ kansas was S21840OttGAft T5w value this year was 282595000 an in crease in nve years ot VK1W00W This increase is not attributable to infiated values but to accumulated waalth Prop erty is not assessed higher new in pto portioi to its value than it was in lSf As states have grown richer the rate a taxation bas decreased Ia this and soaie other of the soathem states the stata rate of taxation is remarkably lew It k only witMn thekst threeer foar years that the growtk the sowth in wealth has attracted th atteatief the capitalists at the north to any great ex- Â¬ tent aad even now outside of a verr small circle the advantages the ssath oflfers to investors are not knows In any of the states natjied share money cosftsiamds fro eight i te cent with excellent security The great majority of aorthem peayie who hava money to loan arenotreaHoagawre than four per cent for it They wod gladly send their money soath if they coaid ba con vinced that it coaid be safely invested To satisfy theasselves on this point they have only to investigate for theawelves The money of the north ntade the western states what they are In 1878 the insurance companies of Conaecticat alone had 9500QOd0Onveet ed in the west Alntast all of this nutt Â¬ er was placed on faraas and secured br first mortgages What waa done for the west by the capitalists and moneyed k stitafioas of Connecticut Maaeachaseits aad other northern states can now s done for the sottch The secaritjr m the south k i uafc as good as it ever wasin th wes and southern lands are capahie of being made jost m proaKabk At the New Orleans vz mwiHrm tWrwill see evidences of wealth thai will sur Â¬ prise them Their kuan asHiMw will see opportani ties for Inveatiqp their money m Tae somn Tnax it jump as they will not be sfor to take advaaiuenjrf The southern neoale bmt fckisW ramt perfect harntoay of sentiasen and umI fr - f3 att i DotAipii awxrsery i pronwte the nroaasfftr ef thenwre hea- fully and enerneeiaaifr ItwiJf he sarl prising if with a yer fterthern eafttadi 13 not seeking investment in the soath In great auunaance M been established Aad tfwnr win vri- - a y a VT - r - T-- V 1j V JeW j 1 J 3s - - a i - - day The mountain man is on 10 JNEW preceding street by thecarriage was followed J if mob andrtheair wm down the f s awaimnztne same ena frt armera 01 i K filled with hoots and yelk - 9 FfMBTlMfe section feultivate yery little land CAREFULLYCOMPILED ftNDGQjN 1 S WW IS i i 4M I I H a i 4 Win S Carter of Tazewell county East M U GISELYCONDENSED if bmt they do leake money in stock raising 2Tr Am orzan oL Livfeila maxd Virginia whs in Louisyiile last Thursday itowtidtluthfiseJftct5 bfiforeyou why SLotmuc tmtmr and having 1450 of which he wishecTloDe ForThe Heralds Tlitmsand Renders rnftr TKelrfcfeet way toHaanetaitmonerby lies Oiitrarchiam aad t Skit it office raon j will you hesitate to grass your land EaaadiogTm letter jpest robbed he struck out for the Chute and Suosidv ep oroer oruraii oa tucmoau aiuuey suuw Grase every foot of it except for corn for left 10 of the amount with Lizzic Gibbs THAT TEmvmGsTAJKWr State Splinters fur risk la H wd4 breadstuiS and you Tvill- find it niakeh The CoarieisTournal tfc Micx3ffL Bertie White and Lizzie Bird The women TKe mercury vas down to 40 at Lebanon EPBESEXTATrVE XETSPAPiic f Hk you more money than the present sys 1 on the 8th but there was no frortthe night were arrested and placed in jail and Carter SOUTHi is DEXOCEATICim Tfcliiifiaa Editoe1 tern of dig dig dig SPENCER COOPERf is figuring op the chances of getting back to -having hecnclbiidy ftnt lmt and all tke for x Virginia on a bank account of only 450 These springs are located thre quarters HpnBoyd Winqhester hsheen appointed A MONUMENT SUGGESTED Capital A saloon keeper at Great Bend of a mile from the beautiful towa of Hazel HAZEL GREEN JCY5 minister- - to Switzerland vice 3L J Graiaer The larger pcy Kansas was murdered recently by his negro Green Tha water contains Eloyd centage of iron than an other water kndwn is srithout a superiorCurwrJurnali is der of Williams charged with the murÂ¬ Gen TraaniBB0JLY3CAirisf porter The curious feature about the kill- Â¬ nence it is themost valuable in the cure of j family and political la tar wwrlrr a Pate Stricklin in- Wolfe county fiewygftperuji 5i The thermometer at Frankfort registered ing is that the negro confesses1 to hive been disease was tried at the Wolfe Circuit court last i me year looQ i wui ucu luiuruuii or eiteniauy Knt irra mmmmvEntered t therExeiGrteji oitof5ce Week and seutenced to be hung on the 3d 45 atuayiign on the Sth and a number ef the murderer but defends himself on the Amonz the manv diseases whih flesh is day of July We do not know any of people reported a light frost It is thought ground that the murdered man engaged the heir to and for which this wonderful water not neglecting however tltviiAfth nrWly be a positive and permanent of choice miscellany that einu it fc wmthe circumstances of the mUrder and it however no damage was done to vegetation slayer to kill him in order that his wife is known to followinjn cure are the tjreat a tavonte m tar ftaiirr circle 1W by over is always presumed that a jury knows its Tead Hon Thos J Young editor of theOw-ingsvill- might realize a large insurance The negro CONSTIPATION tfaoHJWuad-pe- of DYSPEPSLL SKIN return to power yearthe Deaortie urtr j-n--i 1 t t -- business but wc do know something of t Outlook has beennominated for says the dead man left a letter to his wife asaritiia tie rartety le every weeicajia iia vrmi-therefore Stricklins history and if Williams is - CT will make ISSS a LHi5hlA8JES SOBOFULA CAeacfclsiae it Is the legislature by the democrats The dis- Â¬ explaining the tragical plotting of the United States aaajfo WMir ariW TARRH RHEUMATISM hung Uncle Sam ought to erect a monu- Â¬ be without the Conrier Jairaal yimm THEBEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM NEURALGIA NER ment over his grave for Pate was a pen- Â¬ trict he will represent is composed of JBath At an early hour on the Sth inst someone d tfao rteR ire to keep thoroughly posted a tM in Eaatera Kentackji charged Ty otners called Deputy TJS- - Marshal J S Atkinson VpiJSNESSv Q only afeoat lwl jtfeose sioner He Stricklin served some time and Jlowah counties The Weekly Cotner Jdursal has tke largest vrhlcti as local fajsily newspapess do not as a rebel guerrilla and We append a aftr the war Hon Jameg H Mulligan was defeated for to the window of the marshals office in the timonials which few of the hundreds of tes- Â¬ Democratic Circulatioic oFany have been tendered as to in AjBerkK THEwas over he went to a log rolling where the nomination for representative from1 Lex Â¬ custom house at Charleston W Va Atkin- Â¬ the efficacy of this water in disease it iakany snoscriher ta ltlx talis KierW m he deceived some phj sical injury for ington by Col John O Hodges and 31 son did not reply thereupon the unknown One lady writes I am so thanful to the a great family and political newspaper la which he drew a large pension from the Johnson mayor of that place was defeated party shot through the window the bullet Great Giver of all Blessings that I tried point of quality and Mhaatity of laterejtlsg ANNoirXCEMEXlS government It is not our pleasure to for the nomination for senator matterit ladstiie newspaper press by Judge M just missing another deputy Atkinson is a Swango Springs Freely do I give all the reading United time and money spent there for the heattn of the Sta to announce T S speak ill of the dead nof do we justify CAlford If moey idtMSjry We aref withoriied brother of United States Marshal Atkinson and strength I now enjoy nd enterprise can so ifewQl cQttia representa Â¬ murder on any pretext but considering GOpSEY sra candidate for and has been diligent during the paat four A gentleman of Illinois says I think the ue at the head of Asaericaa journals It The contract to build- the Versailles of the the mercenary manipulations of his con- Â¬ tive fMri the district ftmTfcbed years in ferreting out violators of the inter- Â¬ water of Swango Springs did me more1 good contains each week the most coswjlete ctanties of 3Ibhteomeryf Menifee Pow nubial affairs a fact known to hundreds Midway railroad of which W H Graddy is nal revenue laws in that portion of the state than all the nostrums I have ever tried- - I summary of the jrews of the world aai its ellWd TVlfe subject traction of the coupled with the general depravity and president and1 Thos H Hays vice president As the federal court is now in Session there will certainly be withy ou again next spnncr- - editorial columns CHixxy Wattsksos degredation of his nature the county and general managed has been let to Dolau RnPERENCES iR T Smith J G Trimble are always able stroart and deinocraydjparty Sentinel-Democra- tSweeny of Lexington Work is to begin which brings- many moonshiners in it U P L Eeese Mt Sterling Kv F M Hinkle brigLt Among the ESPECIAL FEATU1ES announce Dr Jbv lost little- in mVdeath Te ar6 authorized to to day and is to be completed in sixty days thought that one of the number who holds a Mrs F M Hinkle Wm Clarke Plum Lick are Telegraphic Specials from all the IsaliiasÂ¬ points in the United States and Europe Se grudge against Deputy Atkinson and tried Ky JVehseanceis mine and I will repay it tbreTrresent theteridative dis Alarre hotel is now beine built whkh rial and Short Stories- by pottalar and ported i MikeSuivan and German Miller who to kill him His life has been threatened will afford ample accommodation to visitors writers Talmages Sermoas the dav aitej deÂ¬ trict composed of lfontgonieryMenifee saith the Lord Comment on the above is scarcely necr live on the Tates creek pike near the Jessa- frequently For further information in regard to board livery in Brooklyn-- Tabernacle 3farketXe counties mine line in Fayette county had aiight on ports Fasjden Letter Tarf sjm HARBISON SWANGO c address Capital One of the boldest and essary anjl we only notice it because the 7th inst over a trivial matter Sullivan bandit- deeds of modern times wasbloodiestÂ¬ Or this office Answers to Correspoaaleat3 XMxuriP Hazel Green Kv success some of our best citizens have called our received a ment Poetry aad Department for Chile rw BUILD HOUSES serious gun shot wound in thebow fully planed and executed recently near AN ELEGANT STEM WlNDING SILVER t No Home ha branding it as unwor elsy and Miller a terrible gash in the back Geatrr should be whjwai Thisliirri can peyerbb built upto any attention to it by NICKEL Bloomington Ind on the Newi Albany and es in any The Courir Jourrval greattentUiitil her moneyedVmen arq thy aplace cause ofjournal claiming toThe Sullivan may die Chicago railroad A single robber entered law and order pouse the distinctly represents the non office holIia A Jew York syndicate has purchased 200 the express car and mortally wounded Geo induced 1 display their ducats in build Â¬ and nonoMce seekhir classes It is a eikic writer claims that he knows nothing of 000 acres of land in Dickson and Humhpreya K Davis express messenger by shooting him ing hbme ftfr people who wish to locate not ain Qrgan frieidly to those wsw iirre be settled by through the head and after compelling Pe- Â¬ the country well hostile to iaoee whe jkSL he days of mug wumps and pld the evidence yet implies in the next sen counties here tence that he did know a right Smart northern colonists and the resources of the ter Webber baggage master who happened fp serve it or serve it ill equally wiilwafc fgylsm have past Tpkeep pace wi th entangling alliances or selfish cxpeeiests section developed A Cincinnati a Louis- Â¬ to be presentto unlock the safe and deliver the mercenary manipulations of other than the cbhfideaceand sfrytoC ine iisiesisre live ia is the duty of our about connubial affairs He is ville or a Lexington syndicate could make over its valuables he deliberately shot Web- Â¬ the people to whom alone it owes SjUsmt citixehs of to dyJ People are not likely Stbiceltns500 per cent on a similar investment here ber luckily not fatally and escaped ance It will hive no comprosaises to itke he-- says with his guilty of travesty on truth when flr 9 CH ttfcome into 1a town wheitthere are no with time servers but will keep rifatejiis Paducah Standard The Louisville papers booty supposed to be nearly fwo thousand exhorbi bTRiCKXusr received ins pension ior a announce that a quiet petition tae pain oi auty waicn it nas ssarxss ea liousesnbr dotliey wish is in circu- dollars Webber discribes the fellow ai for itself regardless of conseuescesJ It physical injury received at a log rolling tantjente iorrthem Whatpeoplewant lation the pardon of Wepler These large and firieldbking With light moustache will fight monopoly whether it rests its ior M Thojis says he was the rfd head inside or outside tike Deraociitie quiet petitions play the mischief with jus- and the demeanor of a Jesse James Isnt rieat tllree and four room coV for Dr F aresmall party It will fight intolerance aad 13m nd-examining surgeon and that he had a tice iDown with the quiet petition Let it it time thatlaw respectingipeoplewere maktages which NI1 pay the1 owner about ism wherever they appear and has ae sMr gun shot wound in Lis thigh which tes- Â¬ be understood thai every signers name will ing common cause against lawlessness of all 5 ger month of tHe rate of 10 per cent on ter to give tor or asjc irons mximexz9n sukl timony showed was received in the ser- Â¬ be published arid see how the list will be character malefactors Democratic or Repahliean fo lers 3ieed be enter the investment mr tii 3 r it ti they Trill not be- occupied vice of the United States On the doc- curtailed tained that purpose we submit the following The Jurjrin the Wepler Trial There was an informal xneetingof the Ken- Â¬ T2RMS OF SUBSCRirnOXt Every one can be rented before it Is fin- - tors certificate the pension was procured Frankfort Capital Daily Courier Jonmal one 00 Â¬ ished This does not apply to Hazel When he asks for a monument to be tucky Union railroacbcommittee at Col WalThe verdict of the Louisville jury in - CO1 Daily Courier Journal 6 montks tons law office in Lexingtbn on the 8th inst the case of the Commonwealth 3 75 Daily Courier Journal 3- BsoBths against Green alone but to every town in the erected oVer the murderers grave he and tfn extended discussion about what Andy Wepler for the killing of Harry 1 00 displays a spirit of vengeance which is Daily Courier Journal 1 month mountainsawselL The first Btep toward 3 00 proposition they would make Col Bennett Clay inay have been in harmony with Sunday Courier Journal 1 year v Sunday Courier Journal 6moaths making a town is to have houses and if like the qry of a howling mob He says Young tn account of the absence of some the law butit is far from beinera con- Â¬ f- iOO WEEXLY Strickle was a rebel guerrilla That of the members of the committee they ad- clusion founded upon justice Wepler the 6itiiehs of our town wish to enlarge 15 One Year with a Premium their domaiu andinduQife an influx pf is true to a certain extent but are we to journed to meet last Monday night at the was the owner- of the Saloon in which Five Copies one year without prcmi- um each firstrelaiss people they must have houses infer that his being m the confederate same place at 8 oclock - A full attendance Clay was shot down and was intimately Six months without premiuraacquainted with his victim He haH - 75 for ihem good substantial neat cOt service was a -stain upon his character was requested Three months without pxeiahu- 30 Clays pistol in his possession and had he We hope liot To vilify the name of the A Washington dispatch says It has just I L k STPayment invariably in advance t tages Here in Hazel Green we need kept it as was his plain duty to- have departed in one breath aiid with the been discoverd that Clark Allison ah Ameri- done the deceased would toclay have Desiring to wind up my business I hare jjPostage on papers is prejsaid by tief several business enterprises which if decided to present a splendid watch cut as publishers The list of premiums offered ia eoasteeitcV houses Trere to be had 4ould be inaugu--rate- d next say It is not our pleasure to speak can has been immured in a dungeon at Va been living Instead of so doing Clays above and as GOOD TIMEKEEERt lencia Spain for nine months pistol is given him while crazy with Joanisl iela4 to Among other jfhings we need a ill of the dead to invite a monuments for a drunken assault he madeawaiting trial drink and in this maudlin condition be many wnicn sen ior ouyu whoeacn oi my with the Weekly Courierand attraetive arti-ak on a watchold friends land customers will come great variety of useful banl andlhre is no point in the nioun over the grave of the murdrerj and then man Steps wil be taken sto have him re-Â¬ is invited by Wepler to take whatever forward and pay off their notes amounting cles- A circular containing list of pressia say nor do we justify niurderon any copy mm w eeitiy was for compietcv ana a to 2500 or tains where one could be established to leased Whats the sense in making such satisfaction could come fromjthe aim of a merchandiseover provided the notein busi-Â¬ Couner Jonrnal sample sent at rrse will be bought of me while better advjtttegetha right here but we pretext are strange consistencies a fuss about one yap who assaulled a lady pistol by a man crazed by the liquor of ness And in order that all may be accom- Â¬ on applicaiioflu He that dies jpaj a all debts the man who is encouraging a difficulty modated wiirdiscouht the watch price A good local agent Is desired ia ererr away over in Spainwhen there are hundreds venture that it frill bo hard to find any I on his own premises There is no un- Â¬ 350 in proportion to those whose notes nramtyr to whom a liberal cash esasiiaiea right at home in the same1 thing biased opinion that will for amoment manjQr set of snen witli the temerity to are less trian 2500 This offer is good until will be allotred A canvassing ofclt is Jldw did the reporter- of the Courier Kentucky State prisorifor Journal citi- lotal agents free of charge No TravellBSf openone TTKy Because our own excuse this act of Wepler which was June 1st Call on oraddress Journal discover thatDrSTRATHAUD was Moses Agents are employed by the Coftrisr Jeaur W n AfTTTF t Caton was hanged at Morganfield both inexcusable and inyitatary of whol- Â¬ zenSo jiot display ihat enterprise thev gmtefamffiarwith Biblical history U Hazel GreenTKy nal and no sabscription should ever he vr- X4 Â¬ ly unjustifiable killing So far en to amy one anless- - persoaally kawx snouirrjpupnc spirilla enterprise ior tne Did he ever read that Book that he is in Union count- on the Sth inst for the ishment goes the sentence mayas punas well murder of his wife last February His misWr T CASKEY -- Hazel HF PIERATT thesubscriberW Address benefit of the peopleat large capabjejof judging whether the quota- Â¬ tress Josephine Fritz is serving a life sen- Â¬ have been unimposed Andy Wepler N HALliEXAN lt Green B the Tnost central point in the tions were from there or elsewhere will never pass another peaceful moment Presideat Gaurier Joaraal Co tence in the penitentiary for complfcity and Le tdsrair Ky Jf for the silent and remorseful dogging of mountains apd a bank liere would liave Catons two sons Wesley and John will be poor Harry Clays ghostly presence Vholosale and Retail dLthecqllectioas it could manageiand A Confederate War History tried at the nextterm of the Uhioii circuit WJJLZCmZJLrTZC jcould command at Frankfort Capital loan all ike money and court and Annie his daughter died R GeoUice the energetic contractor a o i The rumors touching the intention of wounds received while the Catons were carpenter Drougnt to VYolte tne Urst fair rates In short a bank with of the court of manufactured tal of 75000 could jay a semi annual JudgeThomais UHTnespublication de-Â¬ fighting against arrest The details of tneTWlr caFfc ever Pere made in the coun- iHAEL GREENLY- - appeals to prepare for the first bath tub ever at dividend of six per cent on itsstpckthe tailed1 history of the stirring events of crime are tee most hellish on record tty Of the tubs mentioned he completed 19 Tint Sfftte CininnmHt U first six months We hope our people 1863 64 ih the northwest in which he 41 PROVISIONS OF ALL KINDS were nanusorae two iaat weuit vnicn A1X1SOTC Sc SUTTit a a ixenerai liassip pieces of work the wood being black Canned Goods Coffee Sugar Teas Syrup will see this Salter inthe light that was a conspicuous participant are likely Tae t7p eawslek this ppr It yriatta Is tm In Magnolia Arki on the 8th Oliver Rog the abaTe 2oadJT Xazsosr Patent Medicines Nails Axes Oils 1 others see it and wake up to he require to be merged into reality There isno ers5Vas hanged for the murder of Garland walnut and ash finishrd in oil Wooden- - and Tinware In fact surviving soldier of the late war who is ofthefimes If we will build houses capable of contributing a more interest- - Frazier Mrs Taylor Hurst of Campton whose EVEEY THING YOU NEED THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUMS ijjness is reported in our news notes from to accomodate dhose seeking ihome3 mg anu tnniung narauv oif rne nistQry It is understood that the reskmrition jjfGive us a call and he convinced that THE BEST FAHILY NEWSPAPE2 4 that place is we are hatmy to state ran- can buy more goods from us to the Dol other institutions ui me recent civil strite than Judge Register Bruce is in the hands of Secre among usbanksr and diy improving and her many friends Jou than at vanyotnerJhoUse in the kun of less magnitude but not of less value Hines Conspicuous for darinir and full Manning but is not yet accepted number of TRUSTAVORTH Y IN ALL THINGS 12 rejoice mat sne nas Deen savea to tnem iains We to our well being will soon be estab- Â¬ of adventure he has played apart in Sheep for which we will pay Fat Cattle andv James Walker a miller while drunk fell confederate history that is as thrmingas EPITOMBOF THEWORLS2nCWS the highest market price in the gearing of 3lillers fiour mill at Au- Â¬ lished any in ancient or modern times The THE CHOICESTGEHS OFITER information given out as to the channel gusta Ga and had his legs mashed to a jel- Â¬ GRASS YOUR LAND ly He died Judge Hines writings yill take is proW ATURE THE LATE8T AND JHAZEL GREEN KY eMi article on Che first page of ourpa uiy premature jc is Deneveu tnat me The state convention of the Womens gentleman has not made a Christian Temperance Union of Georgia Starids at the head of Xow Prices with ev- Â¬ perHcay linderthe caption of an Ex distinguished as FULLEST RELIABLE HAK- i final decision to the vehicle that shall passed erything you want in hiblt bJHay should be read by every Convey his story to the resolutions on the 8th Inst calling KET REPORTS public What- Â¬ upon congress to treat localities where pro- Â¬ farmer inthemountainsof Eastern Ken ever literary channel he may elect to GOODS One dollar a copy for 12 raoatas To Is- tuckyi iThe Boil of this section is iden give his reminlsceuces to the world will hibition is enforced as prohibition territory and to exclude it from the operation of rev- Â¬ Boots Shoes Hats Clothingtical with that of Hopkins county and be luckV There is no finer writer of rope 1 52 a year Teraas ixrznsibTj lyigerotfs English and no ex soldier richer enue legislation is therefore no jeason why the same there GROCERIES HARDWARE DRTGS aa tne A 1 Swineiord of Marquette Mich was advance Postage free to all subscribers 0 may jiot be attained right here in iu icsuuitta orperuuuiug u than unoiSresult closed history the late war Judtre appointed governor of Alaska on the 8th FLOUR BACON c Js- Wofe Tcounty iBeadthcarticle careful Thomas H Hines His DnblicatinnR inst Mr Swineford is an cx mayor of Maiv the United States and Canada i IOI W The money is what I want and I will give waited and read ly ahdask yourself ir it will not pay will be impatientl FOR aSH JRE3fIUX COPIES 1S5 with eagerness from Maine to California quette and editor of the Marquette Mining MORE GOODS h6use A DOLLAR IN CASH BetweenRace and Vine- ydnWdevptenore of your land tograss- in town TOa Journal has served as member of the legis- Â¬ than any other mr GETTERS UP OF CLUlg Capght at Last es ithan you now- do fThis is a stocklature of his state and was a candidate for Country produce taken in exchange for CINCINNATI OHIO tox Lexington Transcript F MqGTJIRE goods lieutenant governor two years ago country and with all our hillsides in THE BALTIXOXE WEEKLY SU2f Maxwell the man who A colored workman in the Cranberry iron grassffe could raise stock to supply al Â¬ ier a few weeks ago in murdered PremH GILLIS St Louis and mines was cruelly murdered on the 7th by FIVE COPIES most any demand upon us If blue grass packed the Temains in a trunk has been WITH With aa extra copy of the Wsskly farmers can raise --and sell stock at a arrested in Auckland New Zealand one of the bosses named Miller at Knox- jssun one year r Tenn The two fell out about some tri ville TEN profit onland that commands 85 to 100 where he is beinc held until an Officer vial WB WHOLESALE matter when Miller picked up a club and With HAZEL GREEN KY coprfuie Weekly per acre why hall we not raise stock at from St Louis can iret there with a re-- dealfc tlie ibun one year ana copy of t quisition and take him in chage Max neSro e blow across the head Mil Horse Shoeing a Specialty Buggies Daily Sun three moaths a greater profit on land at 5 to 10 well has employed counsel and will make ler boarded the cars at Johnson City for the wagons and alLkdsr0 Farm Tesl3 made FIFTEEN COPOBa 1 4 ljiereis no answer to the querry ave stubborn and bitter fight against being far wefet and repaired ihe best3manaer v WiiXfmutMSmTHr of HM our lack of energy And enterprise Do extradited Senator Bayard and the The secretaries of the Young Men Chris- Â¬ Sunone year and one copy of i LOUISVILLE KY m -uaiiy aan six montns they jaiaeduiy species of siock in the blue British minister at Washington have tel-Â¬ tian associations of the United States and aitit1 egraphed the American consul at Auck- Â¬ Canada were in Ghatanooga Tenn on TWENTY COPIES - M fer -B GREEN itha grass that maynotiSbe raised here as land 4o be watchful and not permit MaxwHAZEL GREEN KYV With an extra eoay of th Vim 8th va annual conference This is the first welf San one year aaa oae py of ti fake yearling steer and ell--to be released upon a technicality1 meeting HTJFFAKES WHITE GREEN south of Baltimore About 150 delDaily 3aniaeaohtlis- graze him here on grass yrhich we can before the American officer gets there - Wholesale Dealers in THrjsTY copies egates were present representing every state 4 3SMakes and repairs all kinds of Fsraiag With an extra copy of the Weekly raise to perfection on our cheap lands wim tne requisition xne murdererwill in the Union and the lr leading associations in Tools BuaicaaiioyWaoas l no doubt be brought to justice osa aaa eae eopy i ve xwiiy o untilhe is three years old and ii man in HpjseQjeingwilLgcceige ftgjaejgltttaatej oae year the United States Secretaries from England 61ct West Main Street R L White Kp Doclt About It uuu the blnejgriiss region iakes a steer of the and Germany were present V t Nil J B Green Louisville Commercial Gen Grant worked on his book on the 8th J AHuffaker same agland condition and grazes Jiim LOUISYILLE KY S S COMBS TefLmftr J XyAUGHX-Col Bill Morrison of Illinois was in dictating to the stenographers on his high priced land until he is threo and Col Fred SAVE YOUR MONEY AND BUY Washington when he heard the rumor K fl 53 a year- years5oldwhieh 111 balance be ih that tho democratic senatorial district had Grant although requested by the latter to GOODS CHEAP YOUR thod of etraasittfssjrDEVIJJES IX Xae savnrvlavoi of z fcay fort example A and B heon carried by a republican and proba- Â¬ rest himself for a few days Mis anxiety to t eachrbuy a yearling pf sama breed and bly secured Logans re election to the finish his work seems to increase He ia by atatLk hy check draft r W United States senate Col Morrison at now preparing ah accountof GenThoma3 - A pastures 3iis0n blue grass condition W1ir ASDlmm STOCK OS ALL jLsftcsey- - order once telegraphed a legislative friend at campaign and will take the leading camlandat10 pericrend Bipastures Ms Springfield CorMain and Marion Streets paigns of other generals in order The lll r Addriss AVSJ itBlrXJdf 4fCdPaWs4 on lnuaaim lanaat ivper acre Is there any doubt about the election swelling has not abated nor is the generals GAMPXONY DAYSBOEOUGH KY both jseXl atthe same age in the same in the thirty fourth district condition on the whole improved ilknc rIaoyi CXjAxIE To which his friend promptly and un- In the case of Culverius on trial for the market and at the same price Dont feelingly w replied WfTH the mountain man realize more money r JNot a d d douot the republicans murder of Fanny Madison at Richmond 4 HE HAZE1 I have for sale several hives of fine Italian Vaf twelve jurors have been obtained two Bees which are hearty and thrifty horiey for Tiis investment than the bluie grass have carried it Oarsoh Hardr war of which have beep challenged The excite Â¬ makera Persons wishing to buy can call Sievers T01 1 mahT Certainly hedoes Why Be- Company- Mr Jas Sheridan the officialstarter at ment is increasing When Culverius was and see them or order by mail All orders cause while Htbe blse g man aya- I thexintbn races last wjBckrjecciyed 65 a taken from the coUhWojnio to e Y a Dayt4 tAe rlwmmiiivmmmt t n tt 57AWMAr Street his hack last promptly attended Mt G DUNAWAY Xaeiera aTtatiairrli in n is A r v an tsxeslomflOO Kvorth F real estate thej aay Vi Thursday the crowdwaa larger tharrat any kV m JtoUTLLEj asiU4 juey r- V jiaytown Ay r fi fe AA THE HERALD IO iPei d -- f Jjply f paying 4ft XT THE WORLDS Ainiiunii v tht TLA f for aniin fopiiip JJiUMt B COUEIEI J0UB1ML -- tUbii The Water of Life for Afflicted Humanity t ors aaa - - aiE0k TB-KLKGt- -- 4k rd Grants-brother-in-la- r Wkly - -- - - raTOrRRjUTIlS -r- e- -- criirwitJ - i ju -- 5iJSi3Br HERALD Newsjr Kjroawsfccqieiwth ksfit - - cai andolfe - Â¬ 3e --2te-ports - te WATCH FREE -- Tenn-which-wil- l the WaTerMry - tiay Â¬ -- fr Â¬ 1 - I i- - yearli zc- - COUniBR-nJQrUXSA- Â¬ - - - Â¬ Â¬ it - Â¬ 3 - f Â¬ -- CASKEY I PIERATT it api RIOIOIEIRIS im Four9 Bacon9 Lard Salt alsd-deSireto-B- F McGUIRE UY YOUB DRY NOTtdNS NOTIONS Pear 8t - - - jr KHIESSHMAHSM wkp - - - - w - t FEANK TYLEB Accord aydelott - BL ACKSMITHy t tjrjFi f Srf 1 HATTERS -- m CQmLZLX nair aexra or T r - Jfte i 1 ED Â¬ BLACKSMITH -- WT z i oots and Shoes - - afagle9eByilCsts - combs avATuastmr - MP- - Genera Merchandise Â¬ Jey AM NICKELL XI4 - Jt - For Sale Italian Bees SJ 3Lot GiHXWXLB - - - XTie il irf HS v i ij J rmsn aSteffit fe - iiu jpi S -- Si p -- 1 ia-V- - y eJ 5yy tty j mimjn9i iirm i tw1 V Til r nwBsagsac vV i a Say you Grassy Creek correspondent what has become of you We heard that you had purchased agackof molas Â¬ EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS BY ses ancC had been robbed is this state Â¬ COUNTIES ment true Beported liy Special Correspondents from It is to be hoped that the hardest times All Points in the Mountains have been reached and the dark clouds Advance that have been threatening us will gently Wolfe County pass by and leave our people on the side LACY CEEEK of prosperity Succeiss to The Herald John Ballard and Jas E Cornwell had uite an old fashioned fight one day last P Bose and wife were thesguests o ffigic in which they used their fists and J JL liose sr last Sunday rocks pretty lively for while Jas A Lacy of Ezel was in this sees E got the worst end ofathe fight Jimmie f tion Jast week buying cattle for the MaThe lime kiln at Cornwell is in full zei ween maricec iur x acv is a dusi- thought that he wilL Mast under the supervision of Jack and ness man und it ia -w n II a TT1 kionn jseweii ana sue nrae tney are makmoirn o UUVl K 4 uuivu South Atlantic Monday night the 4th mst b is Rose Tng looks very muca Jite xxxx ilour but mA wvfc icwuuucuu m ivi uicKUii 1 j uuu mtu J uu ueuru his uogs i uarixig aiiu wcub Wm Havens of Grassy creekrgave us the yard to see what they were barking STEYEKTSQH T at when some scoundrel bursted a cap at a pleasant- call one day last week He J him His gun failing to fire he Sea to was on his way to Mt Sterling on busi- Â¬ ness to see King Cole He didnt bring the woods Bose saw him running but it was io darlr thai he could not recog- Â¬ back the show with him but donated nize the offender It is thought that it liberally Since the first of May all of oursaloon was Gardner Williams who threatened to take the life of Judge G W Carson ists have declined renewing their license E N Rose and other good citizens of Now young men is the time to put on Ht Lacy creek who aided in the prosecu- Â¬ the blue ribhonand before some one starts Hsr a tion of Floyd WTitliams for the killing of another ddggery you will be an enemy of Peyton Stricklin It is time for this strong drink and your pockets will jingle ttz trouble to stop and if there is any more and your head wilL cease to ache Try blood shed on Lacy creek every good cit-Â¬ and see if this is not a fact izen of Wolfe county will come to the Longfellow front and execute just judgment on all who are engaged in this vile mess The High School Eetertalnment CAMPTON The examination of the Teazel Green 1 1 rriviat high school will commence on May 20th Mrs Z T Hurst is dangerously ill Jo C Lykins is attending the Morgan and continue three days On Thursday night the 21st the lit- Â¬ circuit court society will give an Jas P Hall is preparing to burn a erary will play the well entertainment known drama and brick kiln here Characters The Turn of the Tide Wr Married On May 7th at the residence Jonas Aldrich Miles Little -- feD C Williams Rufus J Hill to Miss Capt Hugh St Morris hardware James Swango IrLizzie Coneleton Jol Jjillswortn Jasper Uox Every indication points to the probaf Born On Tvellv Day Herman Clide m- Anril 28 to the wife of E Bowie Knife Jack Willie Swango excep season bility splendid to the wife of wheat of a this sectioncropThe soil has been fc Tutt a girl and on April 27 to the Sling ShotPube Oiitherftk Willie Murphy in ife of Z T Hurst a girl jKJoam D Hose Jr i a girl l Henry Goosey Peppera colored boy rendered mellow as an ash bank b AuntJKebecca AldrichAlrs Mary iSickell Elkins circuit court clerk W Wanted Threehundred tenement cot- - the heavy freezes of the past winter and DavidFHogg county court clerk areand Susie Aldrich W Susie Ladd N H TRIMBLE off Lillian Lacy JtOBT MTxniBia say that tney have never Lou Gillmore taces httntiiilHajclGree at oace and the farmers on a nishmg spree the formerm Breath Â¬ Frisky Belle Adams two kwd3sfanlie t ocWpy t iem inown the ground to be in better condi Â¬ tion I armers look well to your inter- itt and the latter on Stillwater They will also play the farce Thirty A hundred families now await their est Mrs Elizabeth Stricklin widow of minutes for Eefreshments put in large crops of corn and oats Characters huilding Who will build James Swango cut all the hay possible keep the stock Peyton Stricklin is boarding with our John Downley Hv The Morgan House at West Liberty oft your young grass work faithfully jailer as an accessory to the murder of Clarance Filts colored boyHenry Godsey mJohn Amyx her husband the grand jury having John Fogton is one of the best hotels in tEe mountains keep at it and save what you produce Chas Hieronymus Pepper indictment biw1prppriebrls a competent and John W Jones the jeweler of Mt found an of our court against her at the Maj Foxton U S A Mrs Mary Nickell k Mrs last term courteeae mMit to the manor born W busie Jjadd 3liss Arabella Pepper Sterling whose advertisement appears in Sallie Gourley At the recent election of town officers Polly waiting maid A trial wiEcocvinse you that his is the AND DEALEKS IK j AiinonAi i a on nfwrta rioorOF crrfrrrilTn rer all xr irr r ww u uui Music ana recitations by the little place to stopVSee advertisement was elected police judge wants in jewelry watches clocks cKwTTTlitt marshnl ndWm a i folks than any man in the state He carries chairman C C Wireman Wm Snencer Tepresentihg McCord The commencement exercises will be W H GlUis Xsmisville an immense stock of beautiful goods and C C Williams S S Combs Isaac El on Friday night the 22d which will con- Â¬ AySelottewholeile hatters of pageci fcraugfitown one day last week if you are in want of something hand- Â¬ kins and Dr J H Stamper trustees sist of essays orations and mudic was quite suc- - some in his line do not fail to call upon Every student seems to be working to en route to jacKsos Judge a special term you visit fck trite solhig bills aUJhim when He sells hisMt Sterling next of circuitCooper has called county begin-Â¬ obtain one of the ten medals court for this goods at very low The public is respectfully invited to xloor the route His cird appears in Monday on the 2d Monday in July and con- Â¬ prices considering the quality and will ning our paper to claj or if the busi- attend treat you right every time Do not fail tinuing two weeks the longer of common- Â¬ Â¬ ness requires for trial Personal Paragraphs Chi tkenxst jpaffc of our paper to day to see him and buy of him wealths cases equity and common law spftfcxx aji ocomt i Mrs Pullims in John C M Day of Frozen is in Cin- Â¬ causes Attorneys and litigants mil saiity Tbis IwliMwell kaown to many If you want insuranceyou should care please note this and and have thoir cases cinnati purchasing goods for the firm of A ofiiwrxeaifrafwJwhAvefor yaara had fully examine the advertisement of and ready for trial as they must all be-- tried Day Bros Â¬ Huffmans companies in this issue tae iTacigeoC Jierafowfedge in mak Thomas M Cannoy of Maytown was ing purchasae by maiT and they will be when you go to Mt Sterling next week Morgan County in town Monday He was en route to be sure to see him and get his rates He sorry learn of her affliction Salyerville circut court GRASSY CPJEEK understands the insurance business and Mrs L M Day Mrs J A Adams Weather very cool Sterling next court will take only solvent companies It is A Mrs D Morse and Mrs Lou Dayigave us dayaai liars horse to care for stop therefore a perfectly safe investment to Grain of all kinds is very scarce 3 idth Joka Zee at tfee OldVTrimbie stable insure with him for should your proper- Â¬ Farmers principally are done planting a pleasant call last week ty burn you would want the money and Jimmie Underwood of this place left oaMua atreet- - Mr Keef can and will if you msurevcith him you will certainly corn on Monday last to seek his fortune and take better care ofyour stock than any get David JSenry died very suddenly on the good wishes of the community go it and get it - at once His rates areJ ae do not take our word man in town but bltL lnstv or paralysis HAS JUST BECEIVED A2MMMENSE STOCK OF withhim or it go and tSyTuvand be convinced quite low t lour correspondent took m the circus J Taylor Day has returned from Ihe high school ooys have rormea a at Mt Sterling which was a grand affair the city with a stockjustfine goods which Chi Monday April 23th we willrfretum of they will such compabt to the effect to oar old stand on Maysville street the as are living meet in that town on juiy James Cecil who has been very ill for is offered to the public at low prices Phcenix Stables where we will again be 4th 1890 to have a mis and each to pme time is thought by his attending Bead the advertisement of J T F reunion arenrst deliver a sneech telling his exDefienc physician to he improving gladly Day MERCHANT TAILOR CLOTHING r stables ivill be in better during the fie years that shall have in- Â¬ J L Johnson of this place has lust clasT110 Misses Willie Ladd and Bosa L Kash shabtfeanveFlefore With thanks tervened All the school boys who wish received a nice lot of ready made cloth onorcd our office with a call last Satur X forpst favors we solicit your future toenter this compact will meet at Mize ing hats shoes and boots - and will starts av Call again ladies we are always Eobison Supt patronage TaA rv eon Trii oa fnv i Vta fitnn Vvninnr hall on next Saturday night to complete in a short time to the cit- to buy a Jargi w stock of dry goods for the spring tradef your presence calls our mind from the tML GiyvfYoiytowTJLtliSLs done aedjsign the same The firm from this time forward will be labora of life to the contemplation of vrrjtftyrwm oia iasnioDeu -- Dee aim We venture the assertion that the ex- Â¬ McClure Johnson They are both en- Â¬ youth and beauty ttV has several hives or the beautnui perience of the last three months has terprising young men and bid fair to do tv thrifty Italian sort which he pro Young 3Ien Read Tlil their poses rto sell low If yon desire a supply taught a valuthie lesson to the average quite a large business in of this line the section coming season People The Voltaic Belt Company of MarÂ¬ this part of Kentucky which of delicious honey be certain to secure a farmer in will find it to their interest to patronize shall Mich offer to send their celebrated April 29 18S5 that three weeks work in hive ere he shall have done away with demonstrates plowing and putting in a them On The Wing Electro Voltaic Belt and other electric the spring in theei See his advertisement elsewhere corn crop ard two weeks in the fall sea 4 appliances on trial for thirty days to it Slonifoa County wrill not produce men young or old afflicted with nervous Ion gathering same gF JteGuirethis place has Just re-- enough to feea their families and stock debility and all kindred troubles Also PBENCHBUEG tncffro8i tle 3tywith a new and 41 Flrlprs TV ft Cnmbs nnd X TT Pinrntt for rheumatism neuralgia paralysis and haadsoHxe Unc of dry goods notions groM Bud Swango who has been holding an interesting meeting here many other diseases Complete restora- Â¬ series feu winch be lssellmg low down o esman for F McGuirefor several years Several have already been added to the tion to health and vigor guaranteed Read his advertisement in this issue an com- - church and the meeting will continue risk is incurred as thirty days trial is al-Â¬ hanged occupations Monday and give trial if you want the most lowed Write then at once for illus- Â¬ ced house keeping at his farm three some days yet iroods for the least money Big Bu miles wset of town pamphlet free Bud says to his On May 2nd J M Olliver was elected trated Swango is right handman and he will MANUFACTTntEES OF-many menus tnat when tney want Vat y nnnir i ir foolicedudge S V Clark marshal i D A Tom F Eogers the peoples clothier j you nght n ha niinn Tniui ri ffiiriM miiuti nriri ermale E D Hackney J H yil- Mt Sterling wants to see you next Mon- Â¬ matmMasu mtrmtgiMtfm mi help them eat it - ffr with them and he will rm t ri r Vr TrT n yrne trustees oi our day Yon are the one lams ana J J Uiapt xx J KjinxK oi me oeivers oarsuu xr referred to if you jluiu vuui n town A good set of officers hardware cmmmfft loakville was in intend going to court and you are m town last Whtem Wnbf and sold a At our county court John J Byrne the one who will he benefited if you buy Alittle child aged two yjjara oi A C fc T3irFBy Teck living on Stillwater In this county Chas Amburgy and Jno B Lyons were from him It is worth a trip to Mt Ster- Â¬ handsonrblllfife The captain always docs well in these on Monday last accidentily got a gram appointed supervisors of the tax book ling to see his nobby suits for spring and AND DEALERS IK-parts because he is clever gentleman of corn in its wind pipe and fears are en- Â¬ J J Chambers was appointed admr of summer wear and when it comes to buy iiandles first class goods and represents a tertained that it cannot live Some old- - the estate of E B Chambers deceased ing you can save enough by buying of gooilKHwe 35e will please accept tmr erchildrenwere parching corn and the and Jas Ballard has appointed admr of him to pay all expenses of the trip and EIooriMg have money left He is in fact the only little one fcrabhea a handf ull and putting G W Sons Â¬ clothing man in Mt Sterling that we suddenly caused the There has recently been unusual fatalVatiVingbiir Graasy correspond- Â¬ it into its month accident ity in the family of G D Chambers he know of and we know he will give you References Xugdo G B Swango Hazel Green George Bice MaVtown or ent and all other correspondents are and his son E B Chambers having died straight goods at fair prices If you most respectfully informed that The David Morse has just completed a fine lately of pneumonia A few days since hear of any other clothing man there let any Business Man of Lexington Ky does not advertise any mans barn for J G Trimble at this place It Green Gibbsj a Herald died of the us know about him when you return Djin grfcutojKlyf pyen tkwigh it be is built in the orchard of the old Trim same disease and on May 7 David Hed especially if he proposes to sell lower xnrougn ne ws correeponaence opace ror ble homestead and will be used to stable B died of consump- Â¬ than Tom because he cant cutter advertising may be obtained in our col Â¬ Mr Trimbles horses whenever he visits gar another other are seri- Â¬ tion and two umn at Tow rates and any man who Hazel Green which we hope will be right ously ill Sterling carry a Trimble Bros wrrfc WTTX fatkb avail himself of the opportunity soon Uncle Dave has done a nice job Geo Wriroplmwa arrested one day large stock of flourMt provisions salt nails stands in hlsowri light and he may well be proud of it last week at Morehead Rowan county oils powder field and garden seeds and do the largest business perhaps of any k Qiliraore correspondent aays I noÂ¬ Judge Lusk of this place has just for passing a raised 2Q bilL George is house in their line in that place but they V isaie an account of built a fence to enclose nis residence on a good honest citizen but unfortunately are both so well known to our subscribers ticed is your a IMPORTERS AXD JOBBERS OT Rev Isaac Hurphy seeing a duck with a High street which is doubtless the hand Â¬ cannot read He handles a good deal of that comipendation from us seems super- Â¬ WHOLESALE sharper passed the bill cropland no doubt there are somest F hole in lis iwp olank Z T ever erected in the money and some being fenee MS lHH r not able o detect it fluous They have an elegant stock of ri i msuswmmm pniimi3fcwa wbCBwcrc it as mountains or eastern iventucKy JjUSK on him he groceries and have always rendered entire Dry anToug for is a c6orusfellahiDut heknowshW He had an examining trial and was ac- Â¬ J9KK JKPHb TJfr A HVn ntbbe f Dry in- Â¬ satisfaction to their customers in the quitted and convinced all that he hig tales nor would I do so if we had to fix up ingsTiScB about him tended no crime Hoy necessary it is mountains You should by all means give Third Race and not have had a chickerinriihemecon their stock an examination when you go 7M 731 ttd 733 dition a hen with a hole in her cro fr B AL ManeL aeeonTnamed nv his moth- - that alllhonlcl heeducatedtokeep them to court next Monday and you will find Hnkjt Stxsits JokaACartar jt James 6 Carter J ti from loss trouble and seeming en me as w cor and- - it would jmlts o d iuDanK orJcsxiiitsp8nc DAFrliat V3CAXS STXEET it just as represented Charley Howe well as to make useful citizens CINCINNATI 0 lived in t She wfOAV nn n Trisif tn J U BetiMA their commercial tourist is now in this try i Toot l t rrrTjtrr rpir ti i Inst Hereturned home Mr iiii J G CafkK- - Jr FriXash section with samples and will take your coHmionioraooutsixyeiTc5Naillie Sid kTovial fellow and BOTHWELL KffftftV1 a cfrnsiderahle frost om iR CO it MARKS order I 4 Via Ofli Wif nnfVlT voolmrf is theonlyman who an get away with rSeveral of our people went to see Coles elephant Do you yant to buy groceries If so jonn jrieratt on a joee Born On the 1st inst to the wife of Adam Baum of Mt Sterling will be Tke attentioiLof saw oilmen is raepect Whwlwli aa41Utaft He has fally called o the advertisement of the Elijah Spencer ieho resided near town phincan Tabqr boy BlaineT 3ij Steduag iron fece fottndry and ma died Wednesday night and vras bnrried iu Dan Henrytvone of the section hands found a safe man to deal with built by his honest and square dealings chi6oQtpay which appears in to days our cemetery Thursday His family is had his house lind contents burned on up a fcradein that palce which is perhaps Daner Everv bodv knows Boh Bean left in a destitute condition as Mr Spen Â¬ last Saturday second to none in the state He invites AND and1 every JoSy should knerwthat he is J cer was denpenant on his daily labor for you to call J W Davis has opened up a first class youtry him upon him and we invite feel-Â¬ the manager of above company and is support and has been an invalid for kgrocery at Cornwell and is doing strictly to i you have not done so fc prepared to gum and hammer saws thus about two years ing that a trial will make you a regular XX a casn Dusinees S4UMtSr r saving tb our mill men not less than 25 customer of his We know whereof we filled to its pare Tke company also manufac Ed B Green representing the boot and itmostdepot at Bothwell isfor the moun- - speak when we say that a more honest capacity with goods turitikeleit ikoa fence in the world shoe house of White Green Huffaker m mercnants or upright grocer cannot be found than Adam Baum Call on him next Monday S VT COE PEARL AND VISE STREETS j9 jrwt ibeantify your prem j of Louisville paid our town a visit last Uur tanners have been very Dusy tne when you go to court itwjwiztii a jmasoms rieace ouy oi- jtJoo Wednesday Ed is a clever boy and wre BeAfc Hkiwtce k not only beautiful bespeak for hima liberal trade in this sec- - past week repairing fence which was - IH chrCEsTTATI O s Get your printing at this oifice destroyed by fire some time ago tion See his card on first page bnt itis cheafr tktn a wor fence TSElRALD ib2ii SIsOO MMMMPIt Y ITOEK 13 SOT YET DONE Written for The Heejlld Mr TTi jBn earth is not yet done V t St ajC 1 aiaiuaot yet go home Tor well I knnv that God alone Best knows when I must come Always in He has some work yet for me T do for Him and I must stay And He will tach me how to be -0 ib eYeryj tj Hi iaithfnl serrant day by jdayv g ffl it tC giuc UrTHJue jmt- - i Ai3 Vken my wprk on artkisdene iA Asd1 nave nmsaed all t viJ MIllt awlKBenyaii Pfoytl In I then may go but not alone For I shlail hear mv Saviorfs calL fact At eTery ptlat in jthe mountains Writ for terme to Mb Editoe I am a little orphan girl and have few advantages but such as I have I try to improve I never went - TIMETABLE to chool but six months that is I went six months to an English school and then went two months to a German school to Railway learn to read and write German I can Sm4mL MMMaunfitaB alewer tLn Mt read and write German much better than Sterling tree I can speak it I sometimes write verses Kq 1 learasltt Striugt7 arriving land have been requested to write some at Jh jfor aH vi 140 jag ior your paper out as x naa sucn a snort fime in which to compose and write XL StwiiM at 1050 so r-- them Lnare just sent some that Bhad Xo SlatMifXfe lUrlisg nm st lUfttirell t 320 ip marrives and If you wish Twill prepare some es Â¬ 3 4lMtr liUmyilat 345 p pecially for 5our paper - X can do much at 3ft Storlbf t 550 p in better now than when 1 wrote these C Yeltok 157 p mwias mC40 railway jwd Louisville far Lexisftes CSetMU of the Osborne reapItt 3e 3 connects at O dteBg with 1105 a See advertisementdays issue of our Â¬ train on O the East and 136 er and mower in to jm r traia froa LeaicTitie and Cincinnati per If you need anything of the kind rtH3ontgoBerr couaty court day special the Osborne is the one to buy and Hahly Wares lUikwell a tke 3rd Monday in each Judyji the advertisers are the gentle itkatf 72Q to arrhriag at If Sterling vLSJL JLefcumac leaves Mt Sterhse at ini n tobuy from They are well known JUtfcwall at 430 tf ino to most of our readers and commendation Leaves Relhwell for Jit Sterling at 5 p ra is therefore unnecessary Their agent at GEO B JQULBBEB Snpt- this place is T J Stephenson and you may rest assured that he will treat you right The terms are very easy and the HAZEL GREEN KY Osborne is thus placed within the reach 13 1885 of all Buv one and call at their store MAY TVEDNESDAY in Mt Sterling next Monday for your CORRESPOITOMOE Per Annum LJ-tZXIT-1- Z OSBORNE Reapers and Mowers HANLY Ur - f The Best Most Durable and Lightest Sunning Machine on the Market entsc - Every Machine Fully Warrantecl JUDY Orders solicited by Green Ky Kituoky i lj coc -- j 1 - j1j- - 4- - - J Mt Sterling Kyu Hazel ila t ADAM BAUIY1 t frj Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and weUse lected Stock of -- 3au IB i0B2 WDAL MWS kt Which he sells Wholesale and Retail as Cheap as they canjbe bought in the State Give him a call and be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go -- TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROGEitS s- fi tw - ceiifJi -- ad ie Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oill Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ey They carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling IougbioMt TOM F ROGERS of Maysville Street Mt Sterling Ki X Fine Boots Shoes and Slippers see3riturnbut8 B--F Â¬ -- Hats and Gaps for Spring and Summer Trade An Inspection of the Same is Invited Yours truly TOM F -- ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL LEXINGTON KY -- Jl ye iia v F BUSH SON Proprietors mtp t Doors Sash Stairways NeweM Blinds Balusters Brackets c -- i hfcravoyljf Poplar White and Yellow Pine Pine and Poplar Shingles Laths cc - son-in-la- w son-in-la- w J p rggees E EOBEBTS sons-in-la- w lst Louis Stix Co Carter Bros J 68 Goods and Notions E5 q I -- Goods and Notions ShijwlJw droi4ei3ole AT X ie Bng isiidl -- - LEON E VOTING Clothing GROCER Wines and Uquw - JUe CLOTH HOUSE xlif - - j V-o- fJ -- r - i- y i tr-- J 9 - - - - v fe - THE LOCOMOTIVE ABROAD tWwt fa CONSTTMJaATlOK tXKfeg 3 A CtawtaMce in Tie Current Of the Hindu legends the most strik I Wftkia raltey Jtept by clasping hills AJMwu jgj From noise and mariivm of the far 8 nig icaiuica is meir wuuness is it a protest against the dull monotony of - world rWMtN C awJtUlififj in India Oris life lees monotonPpWfNPtli ot fee rail MHfcd f Arsicgec dwrit The Toice rof torrent life to tho native 4 ous whirled than to the European ef Scenes e rock rfifc cbasMs aayrkid thrills LalBeharis tales anyhow are wilder ibe liimla umk joy jvhicb than the wildest hits 1eWjfrtHf ift ib stOR 4our orfcvef X SwkM biowinvoodlaad t cf the Arabian ijflls A young man puts an egg of bWort iie departure of a train Prom blrd hcrt overfull swaet eckoet ITights Â¬ TPildness of Hindu legends TAU the Tear Round SUBSCRIBE FOR h rM- JT -- F DAY DEALERS IN-H H v f IB Blp- fA liirfk gk hxx ctw aoeotapeaied by frit ads egeeetuees 200 or S0 of thorn and the hb1 rom paak to psak tka criebeVs note that and out of Hie evdaiag lay when jiBfcjant if lik sieyk tofcefdraweek tw generally briage bego Tice tapiT0C ebeebtler jt tirtow keerd trite furkd eTery wing 4ft it I la loyy re ear where twae Iw kgoieg ad wants to Kr ckeaply Loeg sottg at in rain uatila soa worn beach t the Btfae poor jfeUew fide charges lek HeXouad and staading on a shore uu kaown are that rite freight Heard the wild music that no art can reach to jhum ike tables the other moan way Beeeot ibrovr away hkpro- - Gray ocean making its eternal Yiee aed so be pays the bill with REMEDIES FOR HUMAN PASSIONS heavy heart malty Maledictions and The waives are not admitted to the 3liysieaa ProposcM iMimsA ant bevr before the Separlexe Wkat a HemaoytothJc Science to Do in f train so they squat on ihirham GalignaTs Meftjenger oteide la the awe bkewmg aigar oane Aphycian of the homeopathic school eiimg sweet aieeis and eoaikac with their friedir iThe bolee confusion at liyons professes seriously to have discovered a remedy for human pasheat asd etesch are something wonder-- sions those moral diseases such as envy hatred malice anger jealousy When the ticket- office is opened the jrfld uproax obstinancy avarice etc which render clatter of votees rises ti as the crowd rushes i each man tight so many homes unhappy On a pam- Â¬ img kii way as beet he can When tbena phlet to show how homeopathymay the character man and tivpwBtsiiBKielf t the window he is improve his intelligence of agives some develop he tie price jf hie ticket is iaatsoce 1 ru jce 6 anaas Nov wenderful instances of the cures al Jieha ill hkJtie been aceustoiaecL to b leged to have been effected by hi asked oae price and to pay another and special treatment which he declares tc infallible the state of mind of the official may be heIn one case asuspiciousj jealous and iiiir gtaed whm beJs asiodit he will not violent husband who had ill treated his take 1 rupee 2 annas If the native dose not come to terns at once the wife for a period of sixteen years was policeman at hand gives htm a crack cured unconsciously to himself by prHkhk stick to expedite matters The a few globules of nux vomica dropped Hindoo next rushes to the freight office quietly into his broth and his wife was n gge weighed aW there some ddhted to hear him humming kk operatic airs and addressing her again ne tries to beat down tne price as cherie mapou After In the meantime the train has arrived a few days experiencepoule5 etc regime Of thk and is ready to start but the locpmo Barthold rewhktes and the bell lings in vain theerribletenderest of was transformed into the oly oe half the crowd is yet aboard a skillful alternation of husbands By other If one of the mob wants to find a ments a rascally husbandmedicawas friead in the crowd he raises so terrific corrected of inherent faults and will hk aycllforhim calling him f ul outbarsts of anger A mkcrly father that the sound drowns even the whistle few doses It is usually half an hour after the ad on being subjected to ahis consent of cai carea carbonica gave to his vertised time that the last man is in his daughtersmarriage which he had preplace and--titrain pves off There are no seat lathe cars occupied ny the4 viously reskted By the same medicine Â¬ natives They all sit on the floor first varied in its preparation a young stustripping themselves to the waist The dent who was backward in mathematics Â¬ was to master the third and fourth class cars are one and out enabled study The science withfurther calcarea car all distinguished by the quiet and bonica it will be noted cured a mkor fragranee- of monkey house the a herring barrel aad and a dolt both suffering from the reieiier of all the pwfcyraqueness derivable from tyranny of sums and figures The Lyons physician has an antidote an endlyas pelter of bare hcown for every thing nux vomica for jealousy arms aad lepelMiven crowns and ahaggy Hack iNurwiito cloaks led sulphur for drunkenness salicea for obstinacy arsenicum album for malice wrappers hlue or scariot caps and and belladonna for imbecility Those teeth- - rolling Wack eyes A fctecp pdinted noees adorned with patients wno do not happen to be labor- Â¬ and for silvecrings so largo that you feel ing under these infirmitiesmentionod whom the remedies just teflDpiedste takethem and give a double might be prescribed for other ailments knockall exhaling u mingled perfume will probably protest against their use of cocoanut oil ad overheated human Â¬ unhappy partners who believe in ity eo strong as to knock down a fire- - But efficacy the of thkilatest application of the science of homeopathy may b In Afriea the cee k also varied tempted to resort to it as a means of every one moves favofcdfng a divorce and cerjtain husband At the iafe riowlyaojpentfyi ae it yerpojWere invoke its aid against their mothers-in-lawith drowsiness In the baggage de Â¬ partment there m a dark Sallow witha Ted ez irho pays no attention to Maines Curious Mounds tee eeiey Ioad of suar tfat prortetoe ceoe for he All iheae fee ioew oog ad gladly swould he tecl but lacked oaa needful -- -- Â¬ - saw The mannik tfone in some snakes heads k worth the wealth of seven kings In a certain city an elephant k king maker but the king of hk choie only reigns a day for out of the queeni mouth comes a threadlike snake which slays him in the bridal chamber A long lost son who had fallen in love with his mother and has- mounted the cow house roof that he may break in and carry her off happily hears hk lifes tory from two calves that are quietly disenssing him below Ghosts haunt A Year Always in Advance ri peopul trees and are as tricky as a AN- jsAT mediums at a seance A wife going out of doors on a dark night accidentally knocks up against a Sankchinni white s i lady ghost that sat on alow branch it- The revengeful cicature at once took INDEPENDENT her by the throat Jirust her into a hole in the tree and went in taking her shape so completely that the mother in lawx that universal inmate of tho Hindu - the toontoonia bird into a cupboard it comes a babe that grow into the loveliest girl the world evei HAZBL GSBEN KYM -- r2h 1 100 trade both Wholesale and Retail that we DO can ana wkj oar patrons and make it to your interest topstroabe wu BttUH mmam stock of Carrr in stock the LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED momXB3Tt OF Z -TmrrMrTivirv GENEKuVL MEKCHAlJliSiii ISS iuArKiS ajuaxuvjli jarvengnM ism-rience of many years in our line of busina we feel justified il mm afc m BR - Dry Goods Notions Olotiiing Hats Caps lueensware Hardwaa0 Saddlery Q rocenj Cutlery cct uae M ir liaTenpwon a for the - IL-- - sjfr MK w U jSfl we hand- - spring x 1 truuu -- tcta fr huijwas deceived was that whereas weak and languid and active She w new leaf so much the better said the mother-in-lawhen the errands and the cooking were done in next to no The only difference the wife had been the ghost was brkk has turned over a -- e mwspim TO t- seeds iiiii if-T- - - Wi - m rJEX0JED time 1 1 Â¬ by--nam- Â¬ Â¬ p - sight of the ghost fetching something iXSM AND THE r from the next room ghost fashion by G B SWAXGO arwixctt stretching out a long arm for ghosts Development of Her Great can stretch their limbs a great wa V though not as far as Rakshask Resources can She said nothing but told her son and they watched and before DEALEES IK long they saw the kitchen hearth ablaze though they knew there was no fire in the house Looking through a chink they saw that the wife had thrust hor foot into the oven and that it was burn HAZEL GHEEN KENTUCKY ing like a bit of wood f Shes a ghost KEETS COXSTAXTIY OX HAND A FULL VSeOKXlCEyr OT they whispered as they went for the Is the cheapest newspaper ever published ojha who tested her by burning tur- Â¬ in Eastern Kentucky only Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready meric under her nose She profed her Clmthtefc ghostship by screaming and was then Tlnwai Hats Caps Boots Shoes beaten with slippers till she confessed and Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Croor- and showed where the real wife was and One was again beaten until she promised ies Stove and Farming Implements never to do the family any further harm The poor wife must have been a In fact everything usually kept in a first class couatry store smd at BOTJOMTiiCMKi bad bargain after the active ghost for Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt egya3fckiiiiiaafr she was almost dead and very slowly Country Produce and Uve Stock of every descripcios got back to her nsual weak health But ono day the old woman caught EATERRI KENSiUeiCY IdSmoE Leaf Tobacco Live Stock an OoiintrTr Produce taken Goods or in settlement of Notes axl JLth counts Tojor trade respiBctfoBy act-T licited J QY inlcdnfJbar - - March lth 1S85 WANQQ vt BRO md 4 fr Â¬ THE HEilALD Dollar a Year GENERAL MEHCHANDISB Quetnswtrt y tur-afti-irn-nig Publishesthehome newsthe statenews the general news and yet is One of the prevailing misconceptioua regarding whales is that they are fishea Misconceptions Concerning Whales Cincinnati Enquirer THE MT STEELING iPfSH -- w -- the clamors of the crowd who want their baggage eheeked Here are men and woaeo selling curpls let tuj TKd olack hread ail eagerly pur cnasedhy the passenger All at once the stationagent rings a large dinner bell which iheJufeheen carrj ing for a half hour oa hk shoulder a guard in red fez cloees the doors the blue gowns aiid- - hare feet the water jugs and rayer mats and carpets the tins and E rass waiters are all stowed away and without whistling or puffing the engine moves out from the shadowy station to tae intense wnite sunsmne At every station there is a loud outcry for wator to wash the hands this bein a neccs fijiry preliminary to prayer and the Tjirjcs not wishing to lose any time pray during Most of the trip while bac mels t ineredible prices are to be had atfboeaitaikl etatios Cemfert for the Bald Sckntinc Eschanga The business Jex I According to a French paper there k Gcrmanprofeesor who maintains that a the reason why the sheep is so intellect- Â¬ ually backward and stunted as we know him to be is that the strain which the growth of hk coat imposes on his or gaaism absorbs the entire stock of en- Â¬ ergy and leaves none to support the mentallftrotioM so it is with the bear The sagacity of the animal world is the professor insists the appanage of the hairless creatures and he instances the elephant and the serpentin support of bis theory Extending hk observation to inani fratel nature Tie points out that the grander and loftier mountain summits are totally bare of vegetation while itk only the tops of the hills and mountains Ctfce sxoad ekes that are covered with verdure And are susceptible of cul tivatioa Aad applying his theory to the human race the professor under- Â¬ takes to demonstrate that baldness k a mark of intellectual superiority It k a result of the intellectual fermentation of thebrain which gradually bulges out the upper jBurface of the skull Bald- Â¬ ness is not simply loss of hair as k vul garly supposed it k causedby the ex- Â¬ cess of cerebral energy ihich forces the skull through and causes it to grow said a native of Newcastle who had joined the party uis that though here is a heap containing millions of oyster sheik there is not an oyster bed to he found on the coast of Maine to day and not alone thfs but here are thek sheik ten miles from the sea up this river where oysters would not live undfi any circumstances so it seems that they were brought hore at Jeast tenmilcs 111 boats and as there are enough hero to have taken several large boats a number of years to bring them it is evident that the heap k the result of the work of a lifetime of some race or people Absolutely nothing k known about the mounds When the very first setÂ¬ tlers came here the mounds were just a they are now and the great trees were growing up from them just as now The mounds of Pemaquid are similar tothsse and in the earliest chronicles of that place there is nothing to throw the faintest light upon their history Here they were when the country was first discovered by the whites and the only theory that we can entertain is that they are the works of the very ancient New England tribes of Indians Uses of tka Passion Flower iNdwYorPot curious part of thk shell heap ja -- -- Â¬ nrops of the tincture or low dilution Even in the worst fdrm of sleeplessness that associated with suicidal mania this drug will produce quiet slumber from which the patient awakens with clear mind and rational thoughts In its con Â¬ trol ofconvukion passi flora closely re Â¬ sembles geSemium It will he found of service m opkfhotonos trkmus and tetanus Keep Oat the Cold -v Sdentific American Cracks hi floors around the mould board or other parts of a room may-- be neatly and permanently filled by thorÂ¬ IScientificAineiican According to Dr George W Winter burn the therapeutic uses of the white passion flower resembles the bromides on one hand and gekemium on the other It k one of our best hypnotics producing a quiet pleasant sleep alto- Â¬ gether different from the comatose stu- Â¬ por of morphia and from which the patient may be aroused at any moment It maybe given in doses of two or three when on the contrary they are closely allied to the horse and cow being mam mals and giving milk like them never taking water in as do fishes and breath- Â¬ 4ring air just as we do Another belief held ako by old whalers k that whales spout water thk in fact k just as much an impossibility as it wouldbe for a man to fill his mouth with water and spout a stream six inches in height Is more deeply interested in the Develop- through his nose ment of Eastern Kentucky and pub-Â¬ There is a special arrangement of lishes more matter relating to its valves in the whale to prevent water get- Â¬ resources than auy paper in ting into the nostrils By a special the state yet the price arrangement of blood vessels whales is very low only are enabled to remain under water or hold their breath near if not quite an hour The breath during this time becomes heated and the nostrils filled I 1 1 A Year-with mucous Now when the whale rushes to the surface thk vapor rushes out of the nostrils with great force and coming in contact with cold air condenses immediately and becomes water and falls in a fine shower like rain or spray Thk may ko be intensified by the mucous in the tubes and if the whale spouts just before it reaches the Numbers among its contributors many surface the intervening water k hurled gentlemen who are eminently quali- Â¬ aloft but tho water k never reallv fied to show the capitalists of the forced from tho lungs country our great wealth and induce immigration Paul Morpliys Chess Mon into our section New Orleans Times Democrat among them Among the many interesting exhibits to be made at our coming great worlds expositiont Of Peculiar interest to all 3EL chess players will be the often men- Col tioned set of gold and silver chess men set with jewels presented to Paul Morphy by a number of prominent citi- Â¬ zens of New York members of the chess club of that city and others after hk return in 1859 from hk triumphal tour in the European chess world These famous chesi men will form part of the exhibit of curiosities and relics pertaining to the history of the city and state now being collected by the Ladies City jExhibit association who we may add have also secured and will dkplay a number of other interesting gifta and and many others all of whom realize the great wealth we possess and desire mementoes of the deceased chess king to seethk section developed What He Did Find Only a Dollar a - year uQUPO yJlTilTIf P LUiLUU x jUTfin llllfi P f c iiUJi lUUUVUj VL JLIJiiLUi2Xlitlir U U THE HERALD Is now maunfactnring Ten different styles of Plain and Fancy Wrought Xraa Feneiafs arc ready to take contracts for putting up same Persons van tragi a iioeilyWfrWffc Iron Fence and that the best in the world can buy no other W ale smuki a pyl adapted to enclosing country burying grounds Oar Fences are sot wy the awt tV stantial lut the handsomest ever made and a yard en closed hy c f itntm ia jptiatfr enhanced in beauty and value Our Machine Department is smpli nitk Hki m ent niachinerv anil onr workmen cannot he excelled in skill exeraer c Iwiaatfjir- fonuance of tlicir duties We KEPAIfi ALL KINDS OF VACUCqULY jwdlriMke -k snecialv of X Qumming ana Hammering saw No other shop outside of Lonisville can say the same SSaw mill men will do well to call oa u r wrii for iaformaifo Catalogues furnished on application to jt Â¬ E T BEAN Supt Mt Sterling lLy THE SPLENDID SADDLE AXB KAXESf 3TALLIOirr Â¬ THE HERALD Grey EagI mike the 15 stables ofthe sabscrifew oa 3UL River Six miles ef Hazel Greca at 4 to Insure a 3ftar kk money due wha tie ware wares to be in foal or is parted wk awi a lien will be reUiaei o ilnr calt for the insurance wle it is not paid before foalkijr Imm kK a beaatiful dapple gray sixtecm ha Avill v safe4 ney tti rr 7r v SwSHBBBBBfeed Â¬ Beimet - Young - Eon Thos Tiirner DESCRIPTION GREY EAGLE k finelv formed and e xhibitagrand action and style- PEDIGREE GREY EAGLE was sired by a Packard horse fr Oiura4 kit imm was a fine mure from the hlue grass region of this state He haaprav4lkks42f a sar his colts are as fine as those of any horse ever in the umuUum All care will be taken to preveat accidents bat I wOI not be respokwfrk j JL 3C WILSON occur t 4ai-getter-- w and sfcHar Prof Jotm It Proctor Â¬ JOHN W JONES Prof Eobt Peter 1T1 1 KO 10 HJAIN STREETt KJUJKjTvO -- DEALER IN A 0 wrai MT STERLINGXlti AX abefeitehair A countryman from Onion creek who was on a vkit to a friend in Austin saw gas burning for the first tiino in his life He inquired where the-- gas came from It passes all around two feet- under- Â¬ ground replied hk city friend Sometime after hk return home the countryman wrote to his city friend I have dug up the earth six feet deep all around my place but I havent yet been able to find any gas but i got dead oodek of worms to go fishing with1 - Texas Sittings Largest Stock of Clocks TXiUJUl in Eastern tCsntuicffg JXjUJ i JiXiU k9XTJ r - THE HERALD One Day Clock strikfr Eight Day Clock Eight Day Clock and Album SOLID SILVER- - WATCHES Silver Plated Spoons 6 m m tf i Call and see ray 4 i ee it m G PParticular attention paid to Repairing v go4u JOHN w yomsM 5 a Vhat The Km of Fewer the hand that an-argu-me- XBoetoa Herald heed of power in letters wears all Tookimg for k the canjpauit a picture or fashion oranfokLartory with all the glow and beMty and faecinatlon ol a active and yet In harmony with the universal instincts of literary expression- - On thk high level the seats are many and the occupants are low but it k here that of eTli4rtore arsftoDc fhe l counmraadtlw iMtrel jrreath are to winter - J 1S49 Sed2ield oi North British fc Mercan- Â¬ 333010008 1S53 Fireaea Fan sf CK- tile of England 1704 InsCe of North America j l47yME- TTe do notay that it k always 97109ft 33 189 Northwestern NatitHMl of Philadelphia 1750 Niagara of New TrK 1710 Sun Fire Offieedf London 5853000 and in ail places the best but it can be Philadelphia Call John Stuart Mill 538391 46 ISSo Soatns Pitfcry 1782 Phenix of London i eTe well done then and these are a fewofl waited fourteen years for a man to die xckgip rf OmmifISmcnts theTeesous Teaaas are more cheaolv j so ho could marry the widow Thk k by s Insurance in order to be reliable mast b VI J5 rj lutuicu um what called philosophy -- rPhUaaelphla CaU3 iuous oirca larger liJV can w liVl JWti is thepolicies of doabtfml efesperinfeRta eaBpauie hcMf iwr colorations easily filled be Mini ir box can be Li W CL Hu Wrthesweefc smerecrthe wagonthe shovelor more not have torake JadgeIts darkies before the dAwn The best policies are always tke cheapest Iasrers shcmld MlteT Hmmt mmmim r does pretty young sause ra v i i dudWs i il 53g W he farmer observed when heTheard ar Is pfeplifeatd execjite any and all kinds wouimatpaaKcr ora person weatner prevents tne oirr so nign liAv boarder theSSar -- mucn loafcng mwi must woxk 01 noke in hkjnelon patch t33cr6ck in orinnunsrinTJie oestsiA ieana az tnc mjSm eelifiSfrshe eplidhAnd mvk smm zr thejmornin lowest prices Give ruPciXUZ hT wp QyFicAt4TfdHandDeposit BeaE rfettOVfcrt wt 1809 What IV Caxv Say Philadelpaia CaU1 oughly soaking newspapers in paste If childs arms were long enough to made of one pound of flour three quarts touch sun and its fingers were of water and a tablespoonful of alum burnedthe infant would have the wto be a thoroughly boiled and mixed The mix Â¬ man over 100 before it knew that ture will beabout asthick as putty and its fingers were burned says a scien-Â¬ may bo forced into tho cracks with r tist Well all we can say is that thk case knife It will harden like papier would be fortunate for tho child mache As ostrich egg3 Philadelphia Call Coantrj ICoad IKaklsgr got up to 120 a dozen it is have Geneva His Patrol thought they will soon be as fashionaole The time to gravel a road k in the as ostrich feathers for hat trimmings DEPARTMENT FITTED UP 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