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are many la- uiea m uuc own state wno have raided ueaumui nine nerus of Jerseys and ftinea a great tidal Hi pleasdre apd rdfit from the work Mostftf fhftrli - ww uies started with a single animal We know of one lady who invested some years ago in a single heifer and has to Â¬ day a herd valuedat 5000 Southern WIRES r r -- cascswhero it has been followed were black flics seem to have stingers all well known as late as 1876 over them for when they et a hold on There oobks a tlmn to every mortal eing Some of the Indian tribes notably your flesh they hang on like a wood WlmteVr ma station or 11b lot in life iniei hte sad soul yearns for the final free- - theKanaitze traveling from place to tick and when you do get them oil you Trom aJl tbla parting jind ualovely atrif e place huntings fishing have the very will find a spot of blood where every excellent habit of leaving behind them one of them clung They say there are roonas a tkac Thcnf liavlng lost Us when they break camp a quantity of snakes in Alaska but if there aro I saw xiSbertt of TeaHb I3 rerthless IHicn kindlingofmaterial at each fireplace for neverwas any six the use the next travelers who come t Jks alal years and when I there I Groins mearkKlTrJth the worlds capricious along and who may possibly not bo first went there a great many white faver trying Id get tin tho AH4a4slororaef2iHg tbat it docs not oversupplied with ths very necessary item in their outfit This kindling con trail of an alleged gdld iiiilie-- 6rrod Tbore 9m a time when ltbougb kind s sts of some nine nitnh and snmn drv region Which legend said had been moss and sticks all wrapped up in a discovered by some Russians in 1S50 frt8sre tbrosSR Aboat oar pathway vrlth sweet acts of curi 01 oircn Dane ine traveler who When I left this country there were jrrate --We feel a t asd overwhelKiinsr longinsr uses this and does not leave some for men still lookjiigfor that gold region orOBietbiBg that we car not name or the next one who comes along is sadly mere was arnmnr that indications iace deficient in the etiquette of AasKah nf its HxisfcenCe had been found some rm r Therecoes atise when Trltto earths best travel VfUere away in the be J of some moun- Â¬ love by hs That is s curlou cmihtry truly In tain stream beyond the headwaters of de- To feed Ue hearts great hunger and ess one days trip 1 Was treated to three of the Kcnal River If that was true We d not even this can satisfy ns vrw Ika feoal wKkln us cries for somettog tho rarest Bights I ever saw One of subsequent developments mustI have these was the watching from behind a been indefinitely postpone for have iAhac rock of a family of beavers attvorkfell never heard of any great auiolmt of What greater Jproof need wo that men in ing Umber and building datns 1 say bullion coming out bfthat regioii hrit 1 s j Jlfo iaimortal a family but thero must have been tvd fa K llnies JA theliomeaick la aaothcrofsphere is ItThat caa not longing the spirit hundred of thorn every one working ad its satisfaction here HOUSEHOLD WASTES away like mad I had been making a Hte Wheeler Wilcaz iuiCMcaqo Advance trip to see some tf the country back Necessity of Watching and Saving the from the sea and was surprised to see y Leftovers how heavily wooded comparatively it UEB IN ALASKA While the well known saying that a was I was guided by a Kanairze In- Â¬ jjFrench family could live with elegance and before Biaiinisceices of Six Years JleBi- - dian urhmw long imn fVir we reached the on what an Anlerean housewife throws T liiro w 0011 vuw Vmnnd t IVU9 MUiHUlO X 3denoo There puzzled at the crashing of timbers to aWay is frequently illustrated in famiSii tsumu jcruaiwinnwinu lies where waste can be ill afforded it 6iUUUU ua Grbarfy Ban Catching Salmon and Mos were at play among the trees I could is alsd tnie that in eight cases out ol hardly believe the Indian when ten this t rStoe Beally Bitl Qaeer That relegaton of cold bits to the he said the trees wcro being felled Habits of the Natives Iieavcrs offal pail or ash barrel is not caused sc by beavers When we came in Damminc Streams sight of the lake and the hills about much by extravagance as by lack ol it I no longer doubted Scores of tho knowledge Of lldW to spose of them The utiliza I havent been in Alaska since busy animals were gnawing dovVli the iU any other way subjectdainty well rethat trees others were trimming the tion of scraps isa 76 said a former Government em pays the thoughtful branches off ploye who was stationed in that coun Â¬ been done tts neatly as it could have housewife and even thestudy of any least original with an were try for several years tmt from all I chopping the timber axe othersproper cook Can often evolve from her inner into tho can hear the occupation of the landhj lengths lor use others foiled the pieces consciousness an appetizing dish fron increasing numbers of white people has into the water and floated them to the cold fragments that at first sight apJu this not had the effect of changing the cus- Â¬ damvorkers who were rapidly laying pear utterly unpromising up a wooden structure of which the matter however the mistress must toms of the country in some portions depend upon her own brains expert of it at least to any great extent The most have of human workmen might fenerally have the keeii interest in well been proud- - I watched tho Indians still believe in evil spirits that beavers at work for an hour and then their employers welfare that would inhabit the water hold ther slaves se- Â¬ left the spot reluctantly That night urge them to save a couple of peinies cretly practice polygamy and retain by the way I had beaver meat for sup- Â¬ here and five or six there Fewer all their social and religious forms and per went to bed on beaver skins and still with the best intentions in the world know how to do it apceremonies They have their sorcer-Â¬ covered myself with beaver furs and preciate that it is in the minoror econohad beaver again for breakfast I hud ess repudiate all relationship on the never eaten beaver mies that true saving consists What slathers side and live generally as they found it good Mv meat beforemeand I difference does it make if those scraps guide that did under the rule of the Russian the lakewhere wg had snon told hnvrs of cold bacon left from breakfast are thp There are mussels and species of fish was one of a chain of that summarily disposed of in the swll barin Alaskan waters which have strong it was the great Indianseven andplace rel or if that bit of corned beef too trapping and sometimes fatal toxic qualities 5 Thoy trapped in one lake one year in small to appear upon the table again eaten which they frcquentlv are Sick-Â¬ is bestowed upon the first basket beg Â¬ and so on ness always follows such indulgence another the nextopportunity thus giving gar who presents himselt And if the beaver an to increase Tinditwas no uncommon thing when in the waters which were not dis- Â¬ these escape that fate from the extra I lived In Alaska to see an entire Ko turbed conscientiousness of the housekeeper losk Tillage suffering from its effects they are too often converted into the other curious sights It ithis tradition upon which the be Â¬ sawOne of thewas a grizzly bear fish- I ubiquitous hash Hear how one care- Â¬ that day lief in evil spirits who live in the water remsposed That was a fun 113 ful housewife d corned of similar DaconÂ¬ - andKpread sickness and disease among ing for salmon nants To the beef and the peoplels founded They profess sight They have the common brown mmced fine she added half as much to hold communication with these bear and the grizzly in Alaska and the cold mashed potato one raw cg a spirits through their sorcerers but they Alaska grizzly is bigger than his broth- Â¬ little chopped onion and parsley and offer ihem no sacrifices and use no er of the Rocky Mountains and just as with croquettes made of these rolled tough Long before we came to the jnea is to propitiate them spot where we saw the grizzly fishing in flour and fried in nice dripping Marriage among these Indians is a provided an appetizing d sh that was peculiar institution in fact there is no we saw his tracks in the soft manrin of quite sufficient when accompanied by the of his damage simply the taking of wives uredlake The marksacross feet meas- Â¬ stowed potatoes and bread and butter sixteen inches and were to make a lunch When a 3Toung Indian wants a wife he Suddenlv my Another dainty dish for three people goes 10 nis mother andieils ber so If nearly twice as lon which appeared she gives her consent he goes to where guide- - made me a sign and dropped upon a friends table was formed the lady of his lieart is cooped up in down behind a rock I did the same trom even less promising materials lier fathers house taking his next best and looking ahead not more than Her dinner the day before had three friend with him Through the latter mal rods I saw the largest wild ani- Â¬ been a stuffed chicken boiled with liesehdsjword to his iamoralathat he of I had ever seen in my life outside rice Examination of the pantry re- Â¬ a menagerie I knew it was a griz- Â¬ e gear and would wecL If she has a zly The great brute was lying on the vealed the carcass of the fowl with icaaing toward her sailor she returns top of a bank in which he had scooped one lejr attached to it and a couple of word to him by the friend that she is spoonfuls of the cold rice Nothing Inclined to join her interests with his out a chute down to the waters edge daunted however the valiant house- Â¬ He then lakes presents to her and her at a sharp angle The bears eyes keeper advanced to the charge and parents and having delivered them were fixed intently on the water and he with the aid of a small sharp knife re- Â¬ heard our approach Pres- Â¬ enters at onceinto the possession of his had not slid ently he down that chute with as- moved more meat from the bones than bride There are no further ceremon-Â¬ tonishing velocity and plunged head one would at first have believed pos- Â¬ ies except that a day later the couple first in sible This was cut not chopped m must visit her relatives and if she then backed the water When he arose and small pieces and set aside with the rice has no complaint to make to them paws anout he had in one of his great and half of the dressing while the about her husband thoy are given took to enormous salmon which ho bones the rest of the stuffing and a the top of the bank and presents and the wedding is over This proceeded to make a meal of He little minced onion were put over the may be repeated indefinitely until an fire in two cups of cold water When never finished o Indian may become a in and myself sent it for both mv guide a slow stead simmer of a couple of two rfle balls into his wives as a Mormon elder Polygamy He arose to his feut hours bad reduced this one half it was was practiced even by the soKjalled gigantic carcass cooled strained skimmed and slightly Christian tribes when I lived in the with a roar lke a lion turned two or thickened with browned flour then rethree if Territorj and their evolution must deadly tmes ascometo see whence the turned to the fire with the fragments of fire had and then fell to Iiavebeen rapid from what I remem- Â¬ the ground and was soon dead This meat rjee etc brought to a boil ber of them if they have abandoned fishing for salmon is a common method poured over crustlcss squares of fried the practice of securing choice morsels of food by bread lad in a hot platter and gar- Â¬ Jried salmon is the luxury of the f nished with parsley The result was a Alaskan Indians and the children be both the common bear and the grizzly savory salmi whose scrappy origin no 5 The third strange sight I saw that one would have suspected in to nibble it before they think of walking The waT they bring up chil- Â¬ day was toward evening It was sum- Â¬ Many other instances of a similar dren out there would hardly suit in ths mer and we came to the mouth of a nature could be given Once when an region - The mother carries her child mountain torrent near where we were underdone loaf of brown bread too about from the time it is born until it to camp As we stopped bjr the shore heavy and sodden to appear on the is able to creep no matter where she of the stream a herd of reindeer at table in its original form was dried in goes Until that time she keeps it least twenty of them came out to drink the oven grated and converted into wrapped an a sort of fur sack The mo Â¬ They were not thirty feet from us and a tempting puddinir Another when ment the young one shows a disposi raised their CTeat antlers and stood an equally happy result was achieved t on to crawl she yanks the fur off it looking at us with such apparent con- Â¬ by crushing into line crumbs a quantity and then begns the budding up of its fidence of our good intentions that I of stale hard cookies putting with constituton This is done by g ving it a would not permit the guide to abuse it them two cups of milk an egg a tea souse in the sea or river every morn Â¬ as he was on the point of doing al- Â¬ spoonful of butter and the juice and ing and the chorus of yells that greets though it was a bitter task for him to grated peel of a lemon qverr village during this interesting keep his rifle from his shoulder The The principal objection urged ceremony is something terrific The deer finally stopped and drank and the preparation of these and against similar cries of the young ones are piteous and then disappeared in the woods as quiet- Â¬ dishes is the trouble it takes It goes for fear that their maternal breasts ly as they had come upon us without saying that when a womans might not be proof against these ap- Â¬ You would hardly think that there time is so valuable that she loses money peals for mercy and thus fail to do were mosquitoes in Alaska I suppose by spending an hour a day in her their duty by their offspring the moth- Â¬ from the idea you have probably formed kitchen she may feel that she can bet- Â¬ ers do not perform ths bathing rite of the nature of the country but of all ter afford to let the scraps go than take themselves but delegate some brother the vivid memories I have of the Terri- Â¬ the trouble of saving them But orsister to do the dousing These tory those I retain of the Alaskan mos- Â¬ this is not often the case With conscientious aunts and uncles vary quito are the most vivid I camped for the average American housekeeper the switch with flic bath in vain at- some days one summer on the Kenai it is far easier to save a dollar than tempts toinakeitfCone overawe the River near Lake Skeloka of which it to earn one These stonoaoreu of the noisy results eftheCother-is the outlet and of all the poisonous little leaks may not seem much sepTherc is one thing that is noticeable persistent insatiable pests that ever arately but taken together at the end among these Tialf civilized tribes and Jived I found there in the form of mos- Â¬ of themonth or year they mount up to is creditable withal Their old and quitoes and black flies The mosqui- Â¬ a sum that is consoling if it has been disabled members are carefully attend Â¬ toes resemble those we have East but saved appalling if it has been wasted ed to and orphans become a common to correspond with everything else in To those who think this close watching charge and fare the same as the most that land of wonders they are built on and saving of left overs ha3 an ap- They have a favored children with living parents a much grander scale of meanness and stinginess TheSe7idiaas 3Ue onginal cremation proboscis that I will wager could drill 1earancesaid that wh le solid roast and ists Their dead are burned as soon saw and chop a hole through the hide boiled may give an impression of plain as death ensues tneir ashes are in Â¬ of Jumbo in less time than the most substantial comfort the entrees and terred on the spot and a rude monu expert and able bodied Jersey mosquito made dishes have a savoriness that can inent erected over them They have could tap the cuticle of a not be imparted to the regulation cuts baby The moment the Alaska of meat Any one can go to the butcher crude ideas of immortality believing that a man has a spirit Jbat lives for- Â¬ mosquito lights on you you begin to and order a lound of beef or a leg of ever but they know nothing of future itch and swell His bite on me was so mutton but it takes judgment taste rewards or punishments Their heaven posonous that after my first hours and skill to prepare a ragout s salmi is a place where the spirits of the chiefs experience with him I was taken to or a really good scallop Christine congregate in one place the common samp ill and for two days I was un- Â¬ Terhttne Merrick in Good Hisekeep- people oy themselves and slaves f able to get around The Indian who ing 1 TJiere reany have still another dwell was with me burned some native herb The yan yan of the Southern States place unless a chiefs slave should which had a pungent odor and anoint Â¬ d e with him and then his spirit will ed me with some kind of oil The has been known to drop from the apex beja eternal attendance on his master smoke kept the- mosquitoes away of its leaf between sunet and sunrise f water to fill tea saucer The and the formerly the removed It was riie slave when universal custom from me The natives oil not seem enoujrhtree though agrowing in com- Â¬ do rain Kill the master died the poison to toinsura the latter spirit prober at- - to mind these pests and I suppose that paratively dry places drops enough a n could live telancc That custom was auoiished ifaTwhjte manhe might in their midst iriosturcngroundght to make the suractually wetPrtZ become in ai face of the bvVfilusslan tnvrmiont buit was long enough t aS iflkpt up hi isolated places and ieasure indillerent to their stinor The altelnhia Tijnzs THERE COMIS A TIME to Establish Neighborhood f elegfajih Liiic In the State of Indiana thero is a NOT A BLAMED WORD Hotr the Tender Feeling or a Bright Young Man Were Trampled Upon By Designing Young Woman iire I r f -- 1 T- - -i- - - JL 1 Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I have known an ordinarily good cow when owned by a farmer to devel- Â¬ op into a wonderful milker after teinf purchased by a villager The secret was that sho had all the farmer ever gave her and the kitchen slops of her fawner and somb Of the neighbors This excess of food stimulated her inIk glands and especially as it was exceed- Â¬ ingly succulent There was with it a considerable amount of potato skins apples and withal bits of bread and the wastes from the table A cow thus fed will acquire an appetite for anything 1 speak of this example not to recommend tne system of feeding but to show how tt cdw may be stimulated to an exces Â¬ sive yield df milk by rin abundance df fddd and alsd the benefits of conditions Colonel F J Curtis in Mirror and Farmer When the thoroughbred cows day of usefulness in the butter dairy is Over ahd she is ready for the butcher will she seil for more pei1 pound than thd Next high grade If grade cows worth from 50 to 100 each will with just ordinarily good food and care av- Â¬ erage 250 pounds of butter apiece in a year how mairy pounds will thorough- Â¬ bred cows worth from 300 to 500 each average in the same tiine if giv Â¬ en tho same food and care Will a pound of butter from thoroughbred cows bring any more money in market than a pound of butter from grade Is the extra creamery butter cows that is quoted at higher prices than the best dairy butter made from thorough- Â¬ bred cows If the cream from a mixed lot of milk from common cows grades and thoroughbreds will mako first class gilt edged creamery butter why will not the cream from tho milk of high grade cows make first class non-exhausting Live Stock Journal Â¬ -- - dairy butter Farm and Field The great panacea for the ills of tho farm is cornstalks fully matured corn- Â¬ stalks no farm comes up to its proper standard or farmer to the full measure of his privileges without them They should be made an every year crop There should be enough put in to have an ample supply to cut up and be preserved in stooks for autumn feeding I have a great amount of faith in this cheap crop and really would like never to be Out of them There is butter in cornstalks fully matured with tho sugar and gums and mineral properties entirely developed while in the green and immature state there is not butter in proportion to the amount of milk In the more watery form there is an abundance of succulence with a lack of real substance When fed in this soft and immature state meal should be given with them to get the full benefit of the first Boston Globe Â¬ Â¬ well-to-d- Â¬ -- -- Â¬ -- three-month-o- ld jg i Â¬ fodder but it means that the nutriment in these foods will be as cheap to make up any deficiency in the ration at those prices as hay at the price mentioned Therefore when hay is dear in the dairy districts instead of buying haj the dairyman should buy grain in some form to help him out The grain will be cheapest ana his cows come through in much better condition for the milking season than if they had all the good hay they could eat All a cow requires over 12 to 15poundsof haj should be made up in grain food Twelve pounds of hay and eight pounds of middlings per day will winter a thousand-pound cow much better than thirty pounds of hay per day But theground feed should be mixed with cut hy moistened so the ground feed will adhere to it and must be eaten with the hay and raised and remasticated Fline feed fed alone is not raised and remasticated but goes on to the fourth stomach without further mastication Our correspondent will see that w would limit the hay when dear and make up a full ration with grain But it does not pay to save feed and have The the herd poor at calving time safest extra feed to give near calving is middlings This does not heat the blood like corn meal Cows should be moderately fleshy at calving as our correspondent intimates sbithat this flesh and fat may be draWn upon through the milking season National Live Stock Â¬ DAIRY COWS The Proportions of Hay and drain Re-Â¬ quired to Produce the Best Results A subscriber in the State of New York where hay is werth from 1S to 20 a ton asks whether in feeding dairy cows it is wise to let them have all the good hay they will eat when they are fed four quarts of grain a day and whether they will not eat more than they will digest properly and so be fed at a loss This is an important question when hay is high but comes rather late now for use When dairymen shall study the composition and feeding value of all the different foods they will be able to produce milk aless cost There is no branch of agriculture that is in fact less understood than the principles oi feeding Most dairymen suppose that ha is the cheapest food for their cows and think it a misfortune to be short ol hay which is in a sense true for every-Â¬ one should tiy to produce all the hay required by his stock but it h seldom true that the market price of grain is higher than hay If we consider the relative nutritive value of ha and grain or product of grain we find that good meadow hay or clover is no cheaper at 13 to 1 1 per ton than good wheat bran or middlings is at 20 or 21 per ton or corn meal at 22 or 23 per ton or linseed cake or meal at 32 to 38 per ton Now this does not mean that corn meal middlings or oil meal would be just as appropriate for the complete food of a cow as hay We know that such con- Â¬ centrated food would be quite danger- Â¬ ous to feed a cow without any coarse Â¬ telegraph line in operation which places three or four ffirni llotfaes in communi- Â¬ cation with each other The benefits thereby derived are of great value and the young folks taite great pleasure in Tho this mode of Communication Free Press some time ago mentioned a line which is in operation in the south- Â¬ ern part df thi3 State It is several m les in length and places eighteen or twenty residences in communication with each other The line rims to a village and is connected with a doc- Â¬ tors office there thus giving each office or house provided with an instrument direct connections with the doctor a great advantage in case of sickness or an emergency In case of fire or burglary any family can sum Â¬ mon and obtain assistance at once from their neighbors Farmers have no idea of the feasibil- Â¬ ity of a scheme of this kind and thecost is very slight compared with the bene- Â¬ fits they may gain thereby We wll suppose that there are four or five farmers who wish to build a telegraph line and connect with the Post office or telegraph office Sup Â¬ pose the line is to be about one mile in length Let us figure up the cost No 12 galvanized iron wire is very Well adapted for a line of this length and one mile of it would cost about 15 The glass insulators and brack- Â¬ ets to fasten on poles and attach the wires to will cost but a few dollars The poles are a small item to fanners as the wire need be carried only high enough to keep it out of easy reach of mischievous boys except in pass Â¬ ing over gates roadways or any Â¬ where that people are liable to drive under it In such places it ninst be high enough to clear a man standing upon a load of hay Your boys will be glad to have the privilege of cutting the poles and to assist in building the line because they are to have lots of fun in chatting over the wire playing checkers by telegraph etc during the long winter evenings The gravity battery as it is called is the best and cheapest kind to use for this purpose You will need five cells or jars of this batter for the line and an additional cell for every instru- Â¬ ment attached to the line half of tho battery to be attached to each end of the lme and none anywhere else Thu if your line is connected with fivebuild ings ou will want ten jars which will cost you about seventy five cents cacn The best instruments to use are those in which the sounder and key aro on one base- - In case you have chil- Â¬ dren who arb apt to meddle with it you can makei a cover to lock over it after the faslron of a sewing mach ne The instruments will cost you about five dollars each It will not pay to get the cheapest neither will it be nec- Â¬ essary to have the high priced ones You will also need a cut out and lightning arrester combined so that you can switch oft the instrument dur Â¬ ing heavy thunder storms and effectu- Â¬ al Iv protect your property There are several kinds of cheap ones which wll answer very well auu ost about one dollar each During ray five years experience as telegraph operator on different lines I know of only one instance wherein an office was damaged by lightning and that was probably due to the operators neglect m not cuttng or switching out his instrument before going home in the evening To sum it up the expenses would be about as follows -- you melancholy had long been compan- Â¬ ions Good morning said the Auditor Only tolerable He sat down and had during a half hour maintained an unbroken silence when the Auditor said Have you any business with me Not in particular Again be settleddown into deep si- Â¬ lence The Auditor became impatient What can Ldo for you Hah repeated What can I do for you the Auditor Well if yon were in my place what would you do I dont know 1 am sure Haven t heard anything about me then Nothing Not a blamed won Not a word Well Til tell you I live out about twenty miles from here Im the feller that killed the big rattlesnake Now you have heard 01 me havent Not a blamed word Not a word No enter the room looked up and beheld tae earth skouid a man who looked as though ho and Bostn -Cvuricr r -- TheAuditorof State hearing some one fullness thereof -- a aess than madness hi yow met The earth is- - the Lords POfnV method is Yor PeopJe wfr saks slbowl i-- V lunch time from their bashaess it up Whitehall Times sl prayiHg macniaawecet n ajny would use it if it dkl not tfe How fond the world is of irhich is In anywise newt Thousnwdar people will buy the revised Old ment who havent opened the covers of their Jung James version in ye3k Pittsburgh PaJ Commercial Gattea c How shall I getavalimlilit aprffr pardia free asks a subscriber f5fci 51 are a good many ways but ual can fret one driven to htm he hjiVWlft rrr Wathrvnf- T- Tc wnf enfa yaTU less than Sun 1000000 nowadaj3 KTJ Well some time fell in love with Nat Pearsons Youve heard of that I daughter- reckon ago Thats strange I Insulators about llattery i0celis75 cents Instruments 5S5 Cut outs or switches 5SS1 One mile of wire 15 00 00 7 50 25 00 5 00 This sum divided by five leaves each farmers expenses 1110 a small sum to compare with the good you will get out of it After putting up the line and getting it in running order the next thing to be done is to learn the Morse alphabet The firms that manufacture instruments send cards with thrs alphabet printed on them and a book of instructions w th the instruments so that a person of ordinary intelligence can put up a line and master the alphabet by follow- Â¬ ing the directions given therein It takes from three to twelve months according to the aptness of the learner to become sufficiently proficient to get along on a railroad wire but on a wire of ths knd a few weeks practee will enable you to converse slowly with your neighbors and you will improve in proportion to the length of time you practice Agree with your friends up Â¬ on the hours to pract cu and let one In each house seud in their turn about fifteen minutes at a time and all the rest coj what he or she sends It will be a pleasant pastime ifor the family and serve to keep your boys more at home If you can get an operator to inÂ¬ struct you a few times you will get a better idea of it to begin with although it will not make much if any differ 1 ence in tne end In a great many localises the barb wire fence may be used but It is not so reliable as it is not very well insulated and will work badly in very damp or wet weather In dry weather and provided the posts are dry it will do almost as well as an insulated wire Be sure that the jonts are scraped un tJ bright before connecting the ends together If the wire is well painted it will work tolerably well even in wet weather Cor Detroit Free Press One secret of the decline of the Southern cotton mills whch the New Orleans Picayune admits and deplores is that there was too great a boom in these enterprises Those that were earliest in the field made heavy divi- Â¬ dends which induced others tc crowd in until the production pf the coarser grades of goods to which these mills are chiefly devoted was pushed beyond the demands of the market An inmate of a Vermont jail swal Â¬ lowed forty eight pennies the other day Â¬ Â¬ A Journal hoping they would produce death But the odd suicidal attempt did uot -- succeed - Not a blamed word Not a word Well Nat he wan t agin the affair Wasnt eh said the Auditor be- Â¬ coming amused No When I asked him he lowed that he didnt care jes so I waited till he got through plantin corn for Sook thats her name can kiver more corn with a hoe than any man in the neighborhood I hadnt said anyth ng to the girl all this time clrnkin that I would wait Well when I spoke to her about it she lowed that it suited her well enough Concluded to git mar- Â¬ ried in town by a Jcstice of the eace so this mornin we sot out an come to town I got my license an bout her a lot of apples an eatin truck an sweet stuff I left her at the Squires office while I went to the wagon yard after our horses mtendin that as soon as we Dont say cawnt for cauejJfc was married we would ride Weil sir dont sound nice tfoiterfma when I came back she had dun married Jiecord And dont you sav jV You Know him dont iry r1rxsni- It inTt rrru rrti Ike Jacobs v you Chicago Evening Journal AmisjiipV No you Mr Critic talk about gfapUL Youve heard of him haventvou grammar The sentence igealuer 552 2 No never heard of him grammatical or ungrammatical vi Of Not a blamed word mar is neither good or Not a word sonville 111 JoumaL Neithec H09fi Well he is a little bit tie ugliest or bad is neither good nor batl gramÂ¬ an good for nuthn man I ever seed mar Mr Critic of Critcs It k jest The State of Arkansaw cant show up no crammar at all Chicaao JanrnmL such another feller Why sir he let Now youve did it ain2yon --PWt A Darb Andrews fling hhn down Youve tnglon Hatchet hearn o Darb No A SOFT SNAP Not a Dlamed word Where It Is Better toB afanp JTJmm Not a word Millionaire- now if you was in my place Well Enfield Conn is the most cotTT- what would you dor tive and most charitable towi gjfetfce I wouldnt do anything Not a blamed thing State So when the State BSmiM No tW - Charities said she treated the I tell you capn It want so much best of any in the State it is ne 1 that I love the girl but that I need wondered at Nineteen paupoeglu her like princes now in that PoWfcu Need her eh got ten acres of new and drive out behind a Yes Ive It steeds when they get a chanceTfeir ground that I want to put in corn is so rough that it cant be kivered cept quarters are on one of the That gal can kiver it m spots in the town-- A house wiUreerf with a hoe -- three days It3 awful to be disap- Â¬ convenience gives them threejpee Well don t pointed so early in life IhmI meals a day and furnrshed say anything about it warm bed to every several one ai I wont3 while eghty acres of good laad l v Ji Not a blamed word exercise lor those who are Tv Not a word r- w to it The men and Grief has tuck e ifc take seoarate tables food- Well good bye --3 V at Arkansaw Trav- Â¬ from the best provisions in possession of me eler and each drinks a big bowl of tea -at every meaL Most are teV eSfcJ f- Kjo- The Turpitude oF Church Choirs tSK cr thpv onther in differeafeMiBBMr fl--IIn no sphere of human effort is greater well heated and furnfehed aadittW5r progress shown than inthe pulpit But the hours away jearxyauuse town as we bear witness to the fact a dulL in some lonn ana tne allowfi this nettv weakness br pang of regret abates our joy in con- Â¬ twenty cents worth a month- templating the peccant of humors cf are nil ducked in a bathtHb Quit aitl church choirs week too and made ta kespif The pews feel many a qualm of con- Â¬ selves tiay JlHO wonaex tneirta r a science under the hre of the pulpit frwarH this baven and that w T rnSin cannot perk itself shame faced on gets about so old weary andnegla el tMb the cushion of repose in the highest seeks reiuge taere wwe mresBMifi seat in the synagogue But who ever otis repasts each day are serftrfc- knew a church choir to cry peccavi lowed by a dreamy smoice a iri 5 r Jja Tf ilt mr The theological sword thrusts at sin- Â¬ vW ners in tho pews and the arrows of elo- or more of active life- - Many quence that ilv over their heads never money prefer this- place to aajtc ya ive hit the choiristers They tickle them- Â¬ nnri ko o ST it to me town is ieiPy l YP03t straws of conceit Thev them selves with the wear an invisible coat of mail and PORTIERES under a barricade of hymn books eat sugar jdums and crack jokes as if each Boom Draperies Which Every Yw rvmrm 3ksv in turn had slipped on the ring of Gy la Popalarifcy ges The man with bulging eyes and Each year portieres gaia in a bald head who plays a fantasy on i Jga rac C Rock of Ages on the cornet fears no ity They are not only g raptor m m y XtfK moral castigation from the pulpit for nrettv additions to the with the soprano He holds it room or hail but they are so flirting at disadvantage In mockery o f the fui that people who are loth preachers meek stare of reproof he the to them new fasgfed causes the diamond on his little finger to speak a word- - imzmtm ready to twinkle in his eyes as if it had stand favor There is an almost caught a ray of celestial light while triple tongning the last cadenza with riety of material to use for who anairof sarcastico benigant superi- Â¬ pose but thoseojad must coe of hints aJ the sermon pcnnnmiz8 are He knows it is not ority the cornet A comparatively cheif things that draws but While the organist is holding a sus Â¬ hlanker if a good color is M behind a sheet of makes a verr nice drapery a picious 9jESl feBH musie with a choir girl who meets him handsomer than the Gaato JWHWirfe JMLreally j MR flUKbfl AaW half way with a fan of peacock leathers much used that the tenor surreptitously writes a not look very wen all dust ot on the fly leaf of a hymn book and enXXeeis muft Th A darkvgray or brown blanks pokes it in the contraltos moral torpor of the the basso who sits much longer a meze can db with folded legs reading a Sunday large blocks of daric rieJv 5 rs newspaper is acontemptuous comment colors of cloth plueh or on the evangelizing power of the pul Â¬ These tacked oa with if J bright pit Then the second tenor is convuls- Â¬ stitches over the reeuy ed with a fit of laughter in watching a blanket give a r sr fly tickle the bald pate of a deacon oe jm r low It seems as if the Evil One had a llimE BXWMJabeen metamorphosed into an insect f rwnive ItfscioAA aaidwas making a rival pulpit of the ottv enoHrh Witht riers the bright eafer bare patch on the deacons crown Usage has so consecreted the levities cpty effective n aa ofchurch choirs that missionaries must finished room Coarse ever regard them as sterile fields for nvr bright red wall s anese matting ia a unique abqrr - VemorsH s decoration IL7 No I aint got nuth n ergtn er jmtmmiP whut 1 kes ter war rings anshitprpiMt Wr but I doan think dat such pusso complishes much good till arter iii d raps dat sorter foolishness-- D ticM haster shake off de brght bloom iitmM de fruit amgwineter come friiMMi Traveter No Miss Mamie they alNjMp called grass widows because green for they are as far ramwiral from the verdant state as the jSWcfk Pole 13 from the South Pole Amy who p cks up a gras3 wdovr ner a dew laden refreshing brwi green grass burns h s ringers awftitty if not more so Brookltm Timest-A rural photographer had a jeng lady sit for her picture who at a mYsequent vis t to examine the proof wm not pleased at the result and remaafcfttl that she did not like it at aH5r4 that she thought itr was perfect JSp rid The artist look ng at the young lady remarked jMMr it is frightful looking but I had tfeiB - V what sot before me Rochester by5te A the cars coming to Troy theotfcrify became hungry about eleven are4a And began an attack upon the hiwjifci ful lunch that had been prepared far him A gentleman who sat behi4 at s4a was moved to remark My bor if eat much now you won t have petite for your dinner lo wtueti smart little fellow replied 4Wi guess if I havent any appetite Xa1ffiiiffti i want any dinner Ihe gemitfifcH had no more to say Tro 2Vmms f W -i- - 56 dJE sttiipf ten-year-o- ld ajji -- - - rix i - tj pr fc V- pairlM plea4 roei t - - m a fi nrr-1- f rtcs 1 - P TIT -- T ClTYl 1 J - Â¬ - -- MP -- y - lrU tete-a-te- te - aa l - Stt - JTJfci - v 2 hw JAS- - - feSatfeifeMaaife- - 1 J Jiit5i JfNd nrftmiTw----1- -- - -zr1 n fS4s3 3wSg sssaf H 5 WjH r-- s - jc v ZSV6i- - rf5S i O a---- - ja -- 3ttG sS -- - 3 513- - K- - 3 Ses srS -- - ifeyre9ftd ej rder r in tkk way tfHI EateretL liYf torHsralt safeatjwy Aiwm Tke letfiM-- Afrnct W 2 bat oturrak awnev bv pogtroSee aon CJiaifenati 3 esey seat at the Hazel Green Postoffice as second class mail matter - woods naked and exposed to the ele- Â¬ ments and after they had suffered the agonies superinduced by their cruel reÂ¬ straint and the ravages of huager gath Â¬ ered arpund them and with the bellish lnstince of savages deliberately riddled their bodies with bullets He has been a tivexromvjusdcc since until arraign ed nere on the charge of grand larceny - EDUCTIONAL TBOFESSIONAL Associa Â¬ Oar State CoastitHtlou weeks Clark County Democrat advocat Â¬ ing a radical change in the constitution Of this State At thft flrmmnnTiinw A gust election the people of Kentucky will be called upon to vote upon tins question and the press of the state should constantly keep before them the necess- Â¬ ity for a change This is not a political question lut is something in which all parties are interested The Democrat goes so far as to prophesy that if the re-Eublican party will bring as large a num members proportionately to the support of the proposition as the democrats will and have done the proÂ¬ posed change will be voted at the next election We believe they should do iL and if thev fail to rot a fnr tho nm posed change they are simply going back - w uu yivgxtasauuu improvement of the republican party If they stay at home and do not vote the proposition will again be defeated and Kentucky will plod along in the same old rut The Democrat very pertinently and truthful Â¬ ly says The organic law of our state is nota Â¬ bly out of date and is an obstacle in the way of progress and improvement Our law makers are bound hand and foot by the present constitution and no matter how able a legislature the people may send to Frankfort until these shackefs are butsted it will be perfectly powerless to pass such laws and make snrh amon ri pen ts as the growing wants and increas- v v an me iuoum one matter of educationiimretenure of and office there is ample room for a change of our constitutional law sq as to enable our legislators to remedy the wrongs which are daily practiced on liberty and people Office seeking has become a pro- Â¬ fession and merit and ability no longer claim political reward It is the prac- Â¬ ticed and unscrupulous politician whose dishonored brow is too often decked with the crown of victory The voice of the respectable voter is drowned in the bois- Â¬ terous clamor of the drunken vote seller Our officers Co into officft with thriir vM fixed on some future election and the official act is too often a bid for future support Change the constitution and give our law makers an opportunity to remedy these wrongs and then elect men instead of politicians to the legislature and the old time purity of the ballot honesty in office and public confidence will be restored to us Sterling Gazette We rise to endorse the editorial in last ML SPSNCER COOPEE WEDNESDAY - ir- - Editce 17 1885 HAZEL GREEN KY JUNE THE HERALDilSI pie every week erealfig aad its circulation e Ih JEaterR Kentucky ad the rates are aly about fealf those charged fey others Which as local family newspapers do not HERALD ceBtaare iStk itlL eack Iwnei It l therefore THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM ln THE Democratic Ticket Por Bepreaentative from Montgomery Menifee Powell and Wolfe counties DftURY S CODSEY Independent Republican Ticket - Por Eepresentetive M Or FELIX -- THOMAS OUR STOCK SALE t TBe stock sale at this place last WedÂ¬ nesday proves beyond pet adventure of a doaot that this is the point at which to sell There teas abont 500 Jiead of cattle ok the market which were mostly sold at good prices A few horses and mules brought good prices and altogether the sale was a success despite the opposition i from sore heads who dislike to see the masses prosper Our sale on Wednesday thoHgh a big success demonstrated the fact that it has thebitter opposition of cattle dealers is this section and in do Â¬ ing so only proves that the sales at Hazel Green are the best for the farmer These local cattle dealers go through the coun Â¬ try representing that cattle are low in the markets generally and buy frequent- Â¬ ly at such xates that the farmer is dis Â¬ couraged The Hazel Green sales are a death blow to this policy and every faraer in the mountains of Kentucky tions and State Teacher Institutes Lexington Transcript The state teachers association will be held at the court house in this city on July 2 3 and 4 1885 The programme already published embraces important subjects related to public instruction and will invite attention The state teachers institute will be held at the same place on July 6 7 8 9 and 10 It will be under the conduct of Col F W Parker the famous Quincy man who will illustrate the Quincy One or more methods of instruction will address the distinguished speakers institute each night The entire course will be practical and profitable A large attendance of county superin- Â¬ tendents school trustees and teachers and other friends of popular education is expected at the association and at the institute All will be cordially welcomed The colored state teachers association in conjunction with the colored state teachers institute will be held in this city on July 6 7 8 9 and 10 at the col- Â¬ ored ladies hall This institute will also be favored with the course of instruction in the Quincy methods by Col Parker The association will hold its sessions each night during the continuance of the institute The subjects of the pro- Â¬ gramme have been judiciously selected and their discussion will be instructive We trust that the advantages insured will attract a large number of teachers By the authority of the state board of education Jos Desha Pickett Pres state board of education Usual reductions on railroad and steam- Â¬ boat lines otc Low rates of boarding at Lexington during the association and institute For particulars addrss Col John O Hodges at Lexington Prof J T Gaines at Louisville or Prof George A Yates at Covington All newspapers in the state friendly to the cause or education will be pleased to publish this notice Meeting o the State Teachers J M KASH ATTORNEY AT LAW Hazet Gbeex Ky Will practice in Wolfe and adjoining counties Collections will receive prompt atten Â¬ tion Â¬ J T General KY F DAY DEALERS IN H D SPIUS0K - are aew- jueyarea id km niihim art fed WOOL T First E Has Fiwr T21 At 0e-Ekrfetf- c-- TpATTERSON HAZELBIGG Merchandise KY SraSg Ky ALIr WOOL CABBING- wl r t ttI j Coe 9e eoMsi awl Hoar meal sad wei cardie H er G VT COX CAltDle t ifesir aM s4adt - a4 w9L at6K ceatswer- Tlw gM wael card- - ATTORNEYS AT LAW MT STERLING HAZEL GREEN S AMUEL ilcKEE ATTORNEY No 441 AT LAW W Jefferson Street LOUISYILLE KY Practices in all the State Courts and special attention given to business of all kinds in the United States Court Carry in stock the LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED ASSORTMENT OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE IN EASTERN KENTUCKY Haying the exDc rience of many years in our line of business we feel justified in asserting to tb trade both Wholesale and Retail that we do can and will meet the want of our patrons and make it to your interest to patronize us Besides an immense stock of t yr SOX B SPJtALDf LYTXE CO A PORTER LACEY ATTORNEY AT LAW NOTARY PUBLIC AND EXAMINER OF DEPOSITIONS we HAZEL GREEN KY Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Hats Caps Drugs Boots Queensware Hardware Saddlery Groceries Cutlery trade cfull line cPLOWS and GSA8S 96 W hand for the spring have a now on of it Soes Fearl St KITE SEEDS CINCINNATI O Attorneys LYKINS aUDLLIN J M Quillin J Campton Ky Titles examined taxes paid for Collections a specialty Real Estate bought and sold on commission Will prac- Â¬ tice in Wolfe and adjoining counties non-residen- at Iiaw and Beal Estate Agent ts a Lykins Leaf Tobacco Live Stock and all kinds of Country Produce taken in Exchange for Goods or in settlement of Notes and Ac-Â¬ counts Your trade respectfully so- licited J T E DAY March 4th 1885 G B SWANGO 6 H DEAN k POLURO Importers and Jobbers IN QrUeensware D R R B GARDNER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his services to the people of Wolfe W T SWANGO Glassware H c O SWANGO DEALERS IN BRO W ck Purl Hi WiM and adjoining counties Cincinnati LEON MABBS Jos Desha Pickett Bead This Young M en DPHYSICIAN R J M KASH GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A PULL ASSOBTEBXT OF CO AND SURGEON B k-- mS 2a c fW - Mould protect himself by bringing his istock to this place to sell JIo the farmers we would say when fiypu are approached privately and asked a to sell a cow or calf a horse or mule or - aaytbing else in the way of live stock fofdrm the solicitor that you will sell your stock at Hazel Green on Wednes Â¬ day the 15th day of July and if he wants it he can buy it there By doing this you can protect yourself If a cow is worth 2 more than these cattle dealers ofier you can get the 2 here We admit the fact that the sales here will eventually prove disastrous to the middle men dealers because the money they have been making out of your stock you can make yourself To illustrate we Trill say this if you wanted to sell a cow would you go to your neighbor and ty to him- - Sam Pve got a cow that is worth 40 know a man who will give me that for her but I want you to make 10 of this yourself so Pll sell her to you for 30 ancLyou can sell her for 40 You iSt rJirT HO ftTlVrmnnr nr thP tnnrl Lnn7irrr Jjfbut when you sell to those cattle deal ers who come to your own borne you do this every time We do not object to their buying cattle from you Thats all righL But if they want your cattle let them come to Hazel Green to get them Tell them so Tell them that when vou get iere and learn the prices and see how stock is selling that you will set a price upon what you have and sell at it or put It up at acution and let it fetch what it may These men who go about the coun- Â¬ try buying 3 and 4 head at a place nev erpay you what it is reasonably worth unless it is by accident If you sell here you get all it is worth here because you see how it is selling The man who takes the stock to market below must make something and you should be satisfied to allow him to make something but let him buy here You must take into consideration the expense that the dealer is subjected to and sell him at a price that will enable him to make something This you can do by selling at Hazel Green and we sincerely hope that not one farmer in the mounÂ¬ tains will in the future sell one hoof of stock unless le sells it here We do not write this because we have anything against stock dealers but we write it that farmers throughout this section may keep their eyes open to the facts in the case and because we have leen informed that parties are trying to break it down Tcsales last Wednesday amounted to nearly double those of the previous sale day and we sincerely believe now that the sales on Wednesday the 15th day of July will double those of last Wednes- Â¬ day We think it would be well on next sale day to have good stock and to have more borses and mules Mr J G Trimbie of Mt Sterling has promised to advertise the sales there and use his influence to bring buyers Now go to work and put your stock in order for the sale here on Wednesday July the 15thand dont sell it till you get here -- for rheumatism neuralgia paralysis and HAZEL GREEN KY many other diseases Complete restora- Â¬ health and vigor guaranteed No Physician Surgeon tion to In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOM PHICEfiw S W Accoucheur risk is incurred as thirty days trial is al- Â¬ lowed Write then at once for illus- Â¬ Tenders his professional services to the peo- - Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt dne us all kinds of Country Produce and Live Stock of every description nle of Wnlfp nnrl nrlimnlnfr itniinfioc trated pamphlet free Office The Voltaic Belt Company of Mar- Â¬ Tenders his professional services to the citi shall Mich offer to send their celebrated izens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Electro Voltaic Belt and other electric Offiice at residence on Broadway appliances on trial for thirty days to HAZEL GREEN KY men young or old afflicted with nervous B TAULBEE M D debility and all kindred troubles Also Clothing AND J Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing Hats Caps Soots Shoes Queensware Tinware Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ ies Stoves and Farming Implements CLOTH HOUSE COB PEARL AND VINE STREETS at residence on Hazel Green Heights CINCINNATI O - - I -- Winchester Democrat The Kentucky Union railroad company have sold the Bed river iron works property consisting of several thousand acres to a Swiss com- Â¬ pany price 4 per acre We are in- Â¬ formed that the new purchasers will be-Â¬ TVest liberty Mutual Aid Society gin preparation The young ladies of West Liberty met ufacture of iron right away for the manand organized a mutual aid society in connection with the matrimonial associa-Â¬ tion of Maytown to be held the 1st Sat- Â¬ Hon S S Cox the new minister to urday in each month and any other day Turkey will sail Saturday June 20th to assume his duties the society deems necessary On motion Miss Annie L Kendall was Campton and Her Surroundings chosen president Miss Willie Ladd secretary and Miss Mary Carter assistant Editor of The Hazel Green Herald secretary Misses Lou Nickell Ada Ken- Â¬ Campton is situated on Swifts Camp dall and Mrs Kate Cockrill were select- Â¬ creek not on one side but ou both and was originally called Swiftsville It has ed committee on resolutions Those present at the first meeting were 3 blacksmith shops and men to run them one cabinet few dne Misses Mora Hazelrigg Loula Phillips brick mason maker some and carpenters some plasterer painter Mary Nickell Lizzie Filson Loula Ken Â¬ 2 lawyers 3 doctors dall Dean Adams Minnie Ward Fran- Â¬ one hotel and 47 boarding houses 5 stores ces Easterling Tid Adkins Sailie Nick some 2 or 3 resident licensed preachers who never preach but sometimes go to church a ell and Maggie Carter a Masonic hall a The followiner resolutions were offered Methodist church a court houie partly finand adopted ished and a pen called a jail wheie the Whebeas Ihe young gentlemen of weary can sometimes find that which makes West Liberty and the neighboring towns them feel happy and if they cant find haphave been tampering with the affections piness there our merchants kindly furnish Hostet them withStrenfthening Cordial of some of our young ladies and etc Then too Whereas We feel a delicacy in exÂ¬ ters Bitters Holland ginfull board of trusjudge tending an offer to other young gentle- Â¬ we have a police marshala and not any more tees and a town men but as we felt somewhat encouraged loafers than any other town of equal size by the Maytown matrimonial associa-Â¬ will furnish but willplace her alongside of tion therefore be it any town in Eastern Kentucky for cats dogs Besolved 1 That we approve of the and hogs However I can say one thing for Campton Maytown matrimonial association and and few towns can make the same assertion give our hand to its support and that we truthfully Since its incorporation 25 years m iuu Lueui m any way tney may deÂ¬ ago there has been only one person killed sire in its limits and that during the war and by 2 That the young ladies of West soldiers While other places have dark and Liberty are Waiting only waiting for bloody spots that their citizens turn away the offer of hand and heart of any young from m gnastly horrer Campton is as pure and unspotted as ever the fresh fallen snow gentlemen who are strictly O K I had forgotten to say we have the measles 3 That no young lady in West Libin abundance and all their glory erty ever has or ever will say No to the Only a little more than half a mile North offer of any such gentleman of town begins the famous pine belt of East Â¬ JackB-of-all-trades ill HOTELS THE MT STERLING KY J P KOaEBS WITS -- x DAY HOUSE HAZEL GREEN D S GODSKY ProprlertSor Mi Fence Mftri k Made Gumming and Hammering Saws Co Louis Patronage is respectfully solicited from everybody more especially the traveling First class accommodations and public satisfaction guaranteed PIEEATT HOUSE HAZEL GREEN KY JOHN H PIERATT Proprietor table is supplied with the best in the market and first class accommodation will be furnished for man and beast Is now manufacturing Ten different styles of Plain and Fancy Wrought Iron Fencing and are ready to take contracts for putting up same Persons wan ting a strictly Wrought styl Iron Fence and that the best in the world can buy no other We also make adapted to enclosing country burying grounds Our Fences are not only the most sub- Â¬ stantial but the handsomest ever made and a yard enclosed by one of them is greatly enhanced in beauty and value Our Machine Department is supplied with themoit mod- Â¬ ern machinery and our workmen cannot be excelled in skill experience or honest per- Â¬ formance of their duties We REPAIR ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY and make a specialv of No other shop outside of Louisville can say the same 2iSaw mill men will do well to call on us or write for information Catalogues furnished on application to IMTOKTEKS AND J0BBK2S Stixk 0V IfNioy Stkebts O Dry Goods and Notions Third Race and CINCINNATI 3The BUY YOUR MORGAN HOUSE WEST LIBERTY KY K T BEAN Supt Mt Sterling Ky NOTIONS OF-- Â¬ JAMES H COLE Proprietor Â¬ Patronage of the traveling public respectr fully solicited Table always supplied with the best in the market Stable attached Â¬ ASHLAND HOUSE NEAR POSTOFFICE LEXINGTON FIRST CLASS KENTUCKY RATES REASONABLE JOHN W JONES Watches Jewelry Starra DEALER IN NO 10 MAIN STREET it LHIRSCHMANM0N 10 W Pear St Between Eace and Vine CINCINNATI OHIO MT STERLING KY H E BOSWELL Proprietors SONS Largest Stock of Clocks in Eastern Kentucky 2 00 S Â¬ -- Â¬ 4 That The Hazel Green Herald era Kentucky and away to the north and and Licking Valley Scorcher be request- Â¬ west for miles stretches this vast pine for- Â¬ ed to publish the proceedings of this est Here the spruce the white and yellow pines in all their native magesty rear their meeting Heaven As yet There being no further business the towering branches toward almost untouched this vast belt of timber is meeting adjourned till the first Saturday With the coming of the Kentucky Union in July ANNIE L KENDALL railroad this now almost worthless uninhab- Â¬ Willie S Ladd Secy PresidenL ited section will be worth hundreds of thou Mary Carter Asst Secy sands of dollars About 6 miles north of Campton and in this pine belt is the cele Â¬ brated Swifts or Timmins Bilver mine the ML Sterling Gazette Friday evening ores from which have been tested and said Ed Connelly and Tim Eeagan two la-Â¬ to contain both gold and silver while to the borers on the new Flat Bock turnpike east and south of Campton abounds as fine while under the influence of whiskey forests of oak and poplar as can be found in got into a difficulty near the toll gate on Eastern Kentucky Only four miles south the Maysville pike in which Eeagan was of town is the celebrated Hobbs coal bank in thickness which badly beaten over the head with a ham- Â¬ 7 feet Proctor to be one of is pronounced by the finest coking Prof mer His injuries are not fatal how- Â¬ coals in the world Yet all this vast wealth ever He says Connelly attacked him of timber of coal of iron must await the because he refused to lend him a dollar the coming capitalists and of transportation Connelly was arrested and placed in jail Our people are generous and free hearted Col A J Auxier is in Louisville and will gladly welcome any one who de- Â¬ see for themsettling up his accounts as marshal The sires to visit this section and Kentucky Un Â¬Â¬ selves Give oh give us the department has disallowed some of his ion railroad and instead of being a pauper claims and he is aiming to establish county we can then hold up our heads with them He says that the government the proudest of them really owes him about 2000 He in- Â¬ Our farmers are all busy working in their forms the Post that newspaper accounts crops Corn is rather small and wheat not of the trouble in Knott county were good Only one man Al- Â¬ greatly exaggerated fred Littell was killed John Keef re- Â¬ W T CASKEY H F PIERATT ceived a letter last week from a gentle- Â¬ man in Philadelphia to go to Woodford county and get a colt belonging to him and bring nere and train Mm The Wholesale and Retail colt is a solid bay and a perfect beauty the finest animal in the state He is by CLOCKS FROM ONE 100 DOLLAR UP One Day Clock strike CAMPTON KY Eight Day Clock Eight Day Clock and Album Alex J Asbury Proprietor SOLID SILVER WATCHES The table is supplied with the choicest viands in the market and the charges are Silver Plated Spoons jParticular attention paid to Repairing Call and see mv goods reasonable Special inducements to commercial tourists W ASBURY HOUSE - 75 ALLISON A SMITH 3 75 prlstsd U troa The ITP on which this 9 00 the ahore foanUrjv Editor Hssaxjx 1 00 TYPE 18S 7In Street CincinnmH 0hi nBAJTScicrr fP 5 Â¬ B B BOBEBTS WITH JOHN JONES Valuable Farm for Sale Holderby place lying ESTABLISHED IN 1845 I offer for sale the farm known as the Containing 423 Acres it Green on the state road A The Leading Insurance Agency 1885 Garter Bros Op9 WHOLESALE miles below Hazel This farm has on 1836 containing 5 rooms besides kitchen and din Â¬ ing room There is a good well of fine wa Â¬ ter and fine springs which yield an abun- Â¬ dance of pure stock water an orchard of 65 bearing apple trees of assorted winter and summer Iruit young and thrifty good barn and out buildings about 100 acres of bottom land in good Btate of cultivation 60 acres of which is now in corn 60 acres of improved table land and the remaining 263 acres timbered of which 163 acres is cover- Â¬ ed with very finest oak and poplar soil rich and productive and underlaia with 31000000 00 1851 London and Lancashire of Liverpool Liverpool and London 9260000 00 and Globe of England 36875000 00 1810 Hartford of Hartford 4541240 00 1849 Springfield ot Springfield 2585633 00 Mercan- 1809 North British 33301000 00 1863 Firemens Fund of Cali- tile of England fornia 1794 Ins Ce of North America 1473026 00 971696 33 1869 Northwestern National 1154S89 00 of Philadelphia 1710 Sun Fire Officelof London 5863000 00 1750 Niagara of New York 1874035 00 5383916 46 1865 Boatmans Pittsburg 1782 Phenix of London 411499 00 Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well know corporations thepolicies of doubtful or experimental companies being dear at any price The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as they would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds in trust Look to quality as tke Fine Bituminous Coal A HOFFiLaJT Price 35W i cash and remainder in paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully one and two years Possession given at Office At Traders and Deposit Bant once on reasonable terms Persons desiring to purchase can call on H C Herndon or B F McCoBsncK 3L Cox W O Mize at Hazel Green or the under- Â¬ signed at Stanton Powell county Ky Ttoyal of Liverpool May 27 1885 Good 2 Story Frame Dwelling OF MT STEELING KY Toval Assets of Agency - SI 43848780 SO Dry Goods John A Carter James G Carter D A Forline Jo C Bethel J G Carter Jr and Notions 729 731 asd 735 lyUJS STREET j LOUISTILLEEr S J 637 Y Maes- CLABB WITH Sievers Csrson Hardwars Company Street LOUISVILLE ST w I DAY BROTHERS FROZEN CREEK Breathitt County - J f H GILLIS W MAPEL MODEL PLANING MILL McCOKD AYDILOTT ET i CASKEY PIERATT FRANK TYLER Kentucky Wholesale Hatters ED LOUISVILLE B GSEEN 1HTH BLACKSMITH J T PIERATT HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED the finest line in both quality and variety of McOOEMICK COX Manufacturers of and Dealers in Bose who trotted in 216 to the pole and sold for 20000 Almont and a full brother to Early GIBIOICIEIBIS HAZEL GREEN KY ve Samuel Tuttle a young man employed in Clark county died on the 9th inst from the effects of an ac- Â¬ cident on Monday While taking a plank from the edger another plank was thrown violently from the machine and striking him in the abdomen inflicted a Hatfield Sentenced Mr Stesuxg Ky June 2 Monte fatal wound He was a native of the ville Hatfield a young man about 25 county young and unmarried years of age was this morning tried here Mr Jay Northup of Louisa was elect-Â¬ in the circuit court under an indictment ed chairman at the meeting of the state for grand larceny He entered a plea of equalization at Frankfort on guilty and was sentenced to one years board of insL and John W Payne and the 10th confinement in the state penitentiary Posey of Frankfort and Hatfield although a young man has Horace of Mayfield secretaries G G Coulter gained a reputation as one of the bloodi Â¬ est criminals in Eastern Kentuckv He Gen W S Easecrans of is under indictment in Pike county as has been appointed register o CaliforniaÂ¬ the treas accessory to the murder of 3 men whose ury vice B K Bruce resigned sames X have oeen unable to learn They were formerly residents of Tirginia Gaines The wife of TKg crime is remarkable in its horrid clerk of the CapL Samappeals deputy court of died at LHlKy and bloody details Hatfield Frankfort Thursday night iwithlg others none of whom have been Property valued at 60000 was de-Â¬ tora their 3 victims and brought them stroyed by storm at Atchison Kansas pcPike They Ged them out in the Wednesday evening at Longs saw mill -- n Therefore be wise and place your monev J JS Green MT STERLING KY LOUISVILLE EY where it will do vou the most good WE J A HaUater J WILL SELL YOU MORE GOODS FOR OND DOLLAR than anybody We mean oil rea bav nnd if vnn are at all doubtful call EVERY THING YOU NEED Makes and repairs all kinds of Farming at our new store and satisfy yourself that we j DEALER IK IN THE OLD SSELIABE SfGive us a call and be convinced that Is Bupeies and Wagons you can buy more goods from us to the Dol- Â¬ Horse Snoeing will receive especial atten Â¬ not ask the earth moon and stars for it lar than at any other house in the moun- Â¬ tion FHQEWX WSiHiAil OQMPMfr Oar store is a bran new one located at tains We also desire to buy a number of immediately on the mouth of Frozen creek Fat Cattle and Sheep for which we will pay MOUNT STERLING KYI OF HAKTFOXD CONN S S COMBS J Jf VAUGHN the banks df the Kentucky river and theÂ¬ the highest market price stock in it s bran spankin new also con COMBS sisting in part of COACHERS AND ROADSTERS A SPE- Â¬ CIALTY dealers in Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats AT DICKS GLORY KY J2 Any one wishing to visit Cincinnati NOT CHEAP INSUSiJPCat c or Louisville can leave their horses with Biots Skoes Hariwsn My Wool Carding Machine is now in full AND LIVE STOCK OF ALL KINDS me and restassured that they will receive TriscT mnd Firs operation I have a No 1 machine clothed No store in this section would be complete every attention be watered fed groomed Tims Cor Main and Marion Streets with new cards and have employed L P THE BEST IS THE CEZX2SBZ without having everything for the accom- Â¬ and bedded Soliciting your custom I re Hall who has had CAMPTON KY modation of the people hence we carry - - S300000v Yours truly main JOHN KEEF H C HEBNDON Aeiarr SAVE YOUR MONEY AND BUY Staple and Fancy Groceries Co variety including in auch abundance and Greaa Xy- YOUR GOODS CHEAP in the business to do the carding We are flour meal bacon salt coffee sugar c Wholesale Dealers in doing as good work as can be done Try us that we can sell them very cheap or will ex-Â¬ HAZEL CKZEM HEBALB men and you will be convinced that we are bound change with Vou for country produce Dry Siirfs Miens Facy Bmjs yHK to succeed AS I5SXHBTOEXT ICAi X jriPWULMK Those Owing Us Must Pay Us Your patronage is respectfully soliciÂ¬ 713 amd 717 W Xak Street ted Respectfully c and well have no monkeying about the Between 7th and 8th LOUISVILLE KY DTte4 to tie fereloomt Hm VISSWSsP matter Respectfully c F JL LONG of Eastern Xeatocrvvkat Upper Grassy Morgan county DAYSBOHOTJGH KT DAY BROS June 11885 KpreRted by J L S3COCX- be auSesl te aarMrMe foe Canned Goods Coffee Sugar Teas Syrup Patent Medicines Nails Axes Oils Wooden- - and Tinware In fact HAZEL GREEN KY Flour Bacon Lard Salt PROVISIONS OF ALL KINDS HAZEL GREEN KY Rough Shoeing 3Horse all kinds a Specialty Buggies ever brought to the mountains and will sell wagons and of Farni Tools made them cheaper than the same class of goods and repaired in the best manner can be had elsewhere in Eastern Kentucky SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS mi Drissti Unto Dhr SASH BLINDS WHITE HTrpFAiaaE GKEEX Wholesale Dealers Money Saved is Money Made And A1X kixds of Builddjg Mateeial RLWhite Boots and Shoes SIS West Mais Street BLACKSMITH VAUGHN JOHN KEEF Insure Your Property FINE HORSES 1 WOOL CARDING General Merchandise Whirfi deals in Beliable Indemnity Tt4 vs jj Thirty Years Experience Davis Mallory M CahCHa 1- - Hal a A M NICKELL tCfJi Maum -- 1 - fsaSHtes----- - S- - 4 jwhw- - SrS Ts t jfjin w toHfp ffa j w - PI WJ ir- HBy S3sas y5isr5RS--- r 31 557 r - i x v- StfclgjLs 1 - --j9 - e herald aTttfj Always m Advance THE GRAND TOTAL OF 185795 Is Fliat- - tie Sales at Hazel Green on C0REESP0NDMCE EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS COUNTIES- BY last Wednesday Amounted to r - -- v V - k Those who are throwing cold water Â¬ weeks Herald that Inotice a We want a correspondent in every on the Hazel Green fctock sales are respect- Â¬ Reported Ty Special Correspondent from there has in last matrimonial association fully requested to examine carefully the fol beena preeict tSe cowiilifcs of Wolfe Mor All Points in the mountains formed by the young gentlemen of Maytown rgtm8riMkiU 2 eeifee 3Iagotfin Pow lowing prices and compare them with onr first ale We think they will see that we and vicinity in which the following res- Â¬ H Elliott Estill ljrry and Floyd In are gaining ground every day In this con Â¬ WOLFE COUNTY olution was passed Eesolved That we Lfact at every point in the mountains nection it would be proper also to say that will not slight an offer coming from the fan - Write for ferws to agents these sales are for the benefit of the people sex that has for its object connubial bliss c KTSTG Sttltavater Juke 8 and not of any individual clique ring or I am will fgrever Wheat is almost an entire failure in keep of the opinion that they fact they will clan The people of this entire section see this immediate that resolution1 from the These apriags are legated raraBriers vicinity never have an opportunity to violate it Bea and know thev have been benefitted and will TIMETABLE of a mile from the beahtil lews Hasel Sandford benefitted stock here L Bora To Green Tha water eakteiee a per Kutvckj Mi Sratk Atlantic Railway be sell but if so long as they bring the tongue V ky roverthe wife of ot course Wells olution 4th rea ds uslhatto anyyoun -ladyCleveland to we will who shall address they would listen to uiuuiuuVi recentage of iron tfca any ther water kaewn 1 t specuuiiy ana ooeaiemiy respond once Crop3 of all Mnds corn weeds etc 22 annates slower than Mt or envy or slander prompted by self interest hence it is the awst valaaWe is the wire f Stadrd timeSterling twice and until doorasdayc From what they must be the losers All who sell here look flourishing since the recent rains disease ascd internally time exteraay get good prices the talk of dealers to the Te 1 leaves Mt Sterling at 7 a ra arriving I have heard from the young ladies of that Among the auray diseases wigehSeskk has been ill for vicinity the young gentlemen of that asso- Â¬ Dr Jas P Tutt who contrary notwithstanding Our first sale ag Â¬ heir to and far which this wes3errl watar at liouiwen as u a m Â¬ some time No 2 leaves Eothwell i3a m arrives at gregated 129070 and our last one 185795 light of his is rapidly recovering to the de ciation will wait until doomsday before they is known to be a positive sad perssaeat many friends are addressed by any of the fair sex an improvement of 50125 Mt Sterling at 1050 a m cure are the following To Ox The Wixg establishment of Ifs 2 leaves Ml Sterling at 140 p ra arÂ¬ des those hating the would prescribe the Jacob Wireman left here some time CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SKIN at this place we this since saying that he was going to Indian rives at Rothweliat 3tJ0 p m Maytows June 15 DISEASES SCROFULA CA iKo A leaves Both well at 345 p m arrives remedy Eat your sour grapes in silence Territory May success attend him TAEEHi SHEUMATKM Dr B F Dixon is we are sorry to say and without the side dishes of slur and dan Â¬ at Mt Sterling at 5J3Q p m There seems to be a great demand for quite ill NEURALGIA NER Â¬ 2 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 a der Hazel Green is the best market and teachers in this county Can JJfo The Heeald will continue to grow better every month VOUSNESS AC May Swango are receiving a large T m and 157 p m trains on C fc O railway No rubbing out refer us to anyone who would teach Bead the figures it - for Xexington Cincinnati and Loaisville We append a few of thehKndrads of tesÂ¬ supply of new goods timonials which have beea teadere as t Tandv Tavior one of Stillwaters best Ko 3 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 a John B Phipps fo Wm McMackin Marshal W T Day and Rev W L JitizenE who has had a long and serious ill the efficacy ef this water la disease norsc M 1 13 00 nt train on C O from the East and 136 One lady writesr I am so thasful to thet wtss died a few days since He leaves a Stamper have returned from Mt Sterling train from Loaisville and Cincinnati Jerry Profiit to D D Landsaw 1 3jn wife and several children to mourn his loss k J F Sexton Jordan Wills and Archi Great Giver of all Blessiug that I tried horse fcgMontgomery county court day special 85 50 Swango Springs- - Freely de I giveall tk I A Jo rJa r P f ti JU TJr- r- 10 tUJUUC W JCU1U1J JEfcdd Day have been off to Licking river on leaves Eothwell on the 3rd Monday in each trastus liucnanan to Charlev Swan orrir OTXU time and money spent there for the healtht co 2 fancvcalve8 a usning expeauion 37 m fXlUt msathat 7SQ a m arriving at ML Sterling and strength I now eajoy Betarrung leaves Mt Sterling at Logan Terrel to James Cannoy 12 Kvill commence a 10 months school at Camp-E B May and family are off on a vis Â¬ A gentleman of Illinois says I think tie yearlings- S p m arriving at Eothwell at 430 p m 150 00 ivu iu ouiv iu vuuueuuuu tvnu wuiuu 11c it to J J Sweatnam of Bath county Mav water of Swango Springs did me more geoil Leaves Eothwell for ML Sterling at 5 p m BX Eose to J 11 Eose 4 77 75 will teach the free school will return in a few days and his wife will than all the nostrums I have ever tried I GEO B HAEPEE Supt Eli Phipps to Ben Stamper 1 Mr Meyers formerly a resident of Big spend the summer withher father will certainly be withyoa again next syriae 44 75 Branch a tributary of Bed river has located Thos M Cannoy has gone to Spencer Eefkresces E T Smith J G Trimble E M Cecil to S G Sample 1 cow 40 00 near KY HAZEL GREEN John M Eoses store Mr Meyers Montgomery county to spend 2 or 3 weeks P L Eeese Mt Sterling Ky F M BBnkk H D Spradling to J M Eose 1 cow 18 25 though poor is an honorable man and we with nis brother J J Cannoy The fair m Ularice JUcic Mrs F M iiinkle WEDNESDAY JUNE 17 1885 J T Caskey tLM Day 1 cow 15 25 gladly welcome him to our midst ones of the town regret his absence Tom is Ky Thomas Watts to Caskev Pieratt 1 A large hotel is now beiag bailfc which heifer Miss Jane Childers of Harrison coun a favorite with all at this place 3 00 will afford ample accommouatioa to visiters Jessa Oldfiald to Neri Swetnam 1 2- ty ivy nas been visiting her relatives mJJ Prof A Jb Byrd formerly principal LOCAL For further information in regard feeanL vear old mule Miss Childers is a young lady tfqf the Campton high school will deliver a 57 50 this vicinity o HABEISON SWANGO Si Eose to James Cannov 8 c address of intelligence and by her kindness socia Â¬ J Walter C Daniel of Maytown is Hazel Green Ky Or this office cattle bility and lady like deportment makes the 4th Sunday in this month on Educa- Â¬ 1G5 00 the Hazel Green mills this week G Chaney to Caskey H friends wherever she goes Pieratt 1 tion or the reasons why we should educate AN ELEGANT STEM WINDING SLLTEK heife- r12 Let all turn out and hear the professor Nobody lately Married Want to NICKEL Caskey Pieratt of this place sold a Alexander to James Cannoy 1 tomarry A H Stamper T K Tutt and A few Sabbaths back Rev W L Wm Lusk a car load of salt last week cow 30 00 ampton Kose all or whom are nice vouncr Stamper organized a Sabbath school at Sand Bud Greer to Caskev fc Pieratt 1 men and would make kind husbands Girls field by electing G W Cox superintendent Buy your bacon mutton and beef of heifer 6 25 they mean business Dont want to marry A P Nickell assistant suherintendent J Caskey J Pieratt Spot cash to one and all Alexander Edwards to C L Terrel G B Stamper J J Tutt and me T Catron secretary and J B McNabb 5 heifers- 80 00 Prof J J Tutt has been employed to treasurer and librarian The school has Breens Liniment removes knots and Alexander Edwards to I E Murphy teach the Bethel school Mr Tutt is a nice started off under favorable auspices 2 calves all enlargements on horses or other stock Isaiah Harner to Caskev PieratVl 14 50 young man of good morals a good scholar Duster Ho cure no pay Sold by J T F Day nas had considerable experience in teaching heifer 9 00 BREATHITT COUNTY V se- Â¬ and will teach them a good school if they Jen btephenson to Charley Swango The proprietor of Fields circus was in will all lay aside prejudice send to school 1 calf-Frozen Creek June 13 town last Saturday riding the same kind of Thomas Watts to Caskey Pieratt 1 5 50 and give him a chance an animal that Baalam rode through Jeru- Â¬ yearling Farmers are very busy working in n 00 Andrew Taylor and Eose Ann Madden salem Charley Swango to W T Swango 1 on account of some difference arising con- Â¬ their corn calf We a good cerning one of their We hear that R A Childera of May John Campbell to Swango Bro 2 6 75 had a rather confused illegitimate offspring fruit inhave section prospectfor plenty of this quarrel during which town Xy has just received a new stock of steers 50 00 Eose Ann being considerably provoked Kelly B Day of Hazel Green spent jroods and is selling them straight through Caskey Pieratt to Wm Tyler 1 threw a stone at Taylor striking nim as I several days with us visiting friends and price at half calf 00 learn below the left eye inflicting a slight relatives He also stayed a few days in Day Wiley Perkins to G B Swango 1 wound Some persons being near by at the Bros store We hope to see him again r - Breens Xiiniment is pronounced hy all steer 25 00 time interposed and thus terminated the who have used it to be the greatest remedy H L Godsev to Caskev Bart Tyler is running Day Bros Pieratt 8 fuss Avis steam mill at this place and he seems to for rheumatism sprains cuts bruises etc head sheep 18 00 Lacy Creek Jitke 15 G B Swango to J A Lacy 1 steer Sold by J T F Day one and all with good meal He has 24 00 xiarian wiison 10 xxgan xerrei 1 Rev J T Pieratt and wife were visitÂ¬ een here for one year and has gained a rep- Â¬ utation as a good miller heifer 18 00 ing friends here last week Aifancr pair on calves of the market We hear of some trouble in some parts iiere last weanesday brought 3 U wnicn E Little toiganTerrel 3 Ezekiel McClure of Grassy creek was heifetBS 50 00 goe to show that jrood stock in good condiÂ¬ of our county over the school election We Wmguchanan to J A Lacv 2 steers 35 00 visiting relatives in this section last Satur- Â¬ are told that in one district they had a regu- Â¬ tion will always bring its price day SjS Perkins to Henry Godsey 2 heifr ut One brave lar ers 40 00 f Miss Alice Combs of Campton who little woman came at one of the men with Uncle Harry Swango is expecting sev BOBT M TEIMBLE eral boarders in a lew days who will come vm Perkins to Henry Godsev 1 15 00 has been visiting her grandfather J D her bristles raised and gave him a lick in N n TEIMBLE tirffijF Eose has returned home the side of his head with her fist Such a to spend the summer and drink the celebra- Â¬ steer Â¬ uay 7 year uoniU3 to J x ted Swango water for their health James A Lacy and wife and Miss time was never seen before women chil- Â¬ S lings 78 50 Stump dren and men all fighting been Kash to same 2 steers 60 00 Willie Samples of Ezel have week visiting Desiring to wind np my business I have relatives and friends here last Henry 1 Godsey has gone tor Hon f E A Day to same 4 AJ decided to present a spies did watch eat as xoaery with stock On the trip lie is chap Signs and Wonders v J-- M Harper of this creek has a cow steers- 100 OOJ above and as GOOD A TTMEiKEEPKR as peroned by Jimmie Brown and jimmie Eoss J J Watson to same 2 On rthat gives a gallons ot milk per day many which sell for 5000 to each ef aay iWh en will signs ana wonders cease 7 who intend to see him through safe 50 00 xne wing irot oui your nexi Dest mimer Not till the destroying angel shall cut the old friends and customers who will eeaae John Patrick to same 12 yearlings 144 00 forward and pay off their notes asaoaatuag G H Lacy A P Lacy and R N thread of time and the heavens be rolled to- Â¬ AND DEALEES fN The Heeald thjseek contains no Sanford Day to same 1 yearling 11 00 Eose trustees of the Lacy creek school have gether as a scroll to 2500 or over provided the note was for Not a day passes but we spring poetrj- bulS composed largely of J W Noble to same 2 yearlings- 25 00 secured the services of Prof J Z Haney of see good and bad signs as the following will merchandise bought of me while in busi- Â¬ ring prose jve nope however it may Sanford Day to J A Lacy 1 yoke ness And in order that all maybe accom Â¬ Grassy ereek to teach the present term Mr show 45 00 Hanev is a model man and we presume the not JoycCoprosaic for onr poetical friends modated I will discount the watch price a good sicn to have a man enter your Its A M Nickell to a ccntlcman from 350 in proportion to those whose notes office with a friendly greeting school will be a decided success Heres 1 65 00 are less than 2500 This offer la good catil to pay for The Herald Jimmie Swango of this place was bad Â¬ Pike 2 cows Bign to Its a bad A difficulty occurred here Wednesday June 1st Call on or address say I am ly poisoned about the face with poison oak TotaL between John Eose Jr and Thos Graham hear a man to one he too poor to take a pa-Â¬ W-- O MIZE 1357 95 per Ten OHe day last week His face is badly swol- carries home a jug of during which attempts were made to Jnflict red eye that costs him atlollar Hazel Green Ky bat he is out and about and will be serious injuries but were prevented The Its a A Wonderful Spring frall richt in a few dars cause of the trouble was some whipping charity good sign to see a man do a deed of to his fellowman Its a bad sign to A this last week which was done in Breathitt county a short During services at the Methodist found Porter Lacy of belowplace surface of time since in which Eose was accused of hear him boasting of it a spring 8 feet the a good sign the color church here last Sunday a sow entered the the earth that is just now creating great ex- Â¬ being a participant y HAZEL GEEEN KY Jay in Itsmans face to see bad sign toof health a see it all Its a M sanctuary and was proceeding down the citement in Hazel Green He had noticed Stands at the head of Low Prices with tf-concentrated in his nose Gillmore June 12 P aisle when she was headed off and made for a long time that water oozed up through eryxning you want ih Its a good sign to see an honest man wear -- s Moral Enclose your house the ground at a certain point and thinking hrried exit Corn is looking well The weather has in old clothes Its aibad sign to see folks switha goo fence he might dig and discover its source and been favorable for the farmer to kill weeds filling holes in their windows GOODS ZHHk thereby get an abundance ofstock water the during the past 10 days a good it t from hissign to see a man wijie perspir- Â¬ Several of our enterprising citizens field being used as a pasture he dug down Boots Shoes Eats Clotkiap brow Its a bad sign to see Brother Davis will preach at this place ation Tiave at last worked up nerve enough to erect throagh solid clay earth to the depth of GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGS L a high school building aad on Monday gave about 8 feet when he discovered leaves and the 3rd Sunday in August and Saturday be- Â¬ him wipe his mouth us he comes out of a instead of j as order for 40000 of lumber for the trash whieh struck him as being very re- Â¬ fore last letter the 5th Sunday as stated in saloon a good sign to see a lady dressed with FLOUB BACON xc fet Â¬ Its which will be cut in the next 10 days markable Eemoving them he discovered a my taste and neatness Its a bad sign to see money is what I wast aad I will give The Mr James Williams of Quicksand her husband sued for The building will be finished September 1st perfectly formed basin about 14 inches r fool- Â¬ MOEE GOODS FOE ADOLLAXJN CASH square bv IS deep in a a solid bed of soap Breathitt county is visiting his daughter ery gems and Jewelryher feathers and town than any other house ia Hon J M ESsh Judge G B Swango stone which is said to be a fine specimen Mrs Jas Ely who is as we stated in our Its a good sign to see a man or lady ad- Â¬ Country produce taken in exeasge for W O MLte J T Day ana Samuel Swango The marks of the instrument with which it letter of bast week very low with pneumo- Â¬ vertise in Tue Herald It would be a bad goods F McGTJTRE was chisseled out are plainly visible The nia fever Her friends have about given up sign to see the sheriff do their advertising were elected trustees of the high school at this place oh Monday in persuance of the question is who dug the spring Local his all hope of her recovery She has been and for them a provisions of the charter of the institution tory of the place goes back 100 years and is closely attended by Drs E B Gardner and will pash things as they are progres Â¬ such a thing as a spring was never known and J B Taulbee who are doing all they Take Your County Paper 1 c in the locality The water supply to the can to raise her While there is life there sive men Louisville Post Uxcle Eemds basin is very meager and the opinion pre- Â¬ is hope The county paper is nearer to the peo-Â¬ Geo B Harper the aSable courteous vails that it must have been dug by some ple than the city paper it speaks of home MORGAN COUNTY accomodating clever and good looking su Â¬ pre historic race to secure the water for its MAYTOWN EY affairs it upholds and advances home inter- Â¬ perintendent of the Kentucky and South medicinal virtues The water has a very Â¬ est it makes known home wants and introGrassy Creek June 7 Atlantic railroad will arrive in Hazel Green Eleasant taste and is said by those who I have opened a shop at the above place duces to the public home men and on the 24th inst with a partv of about 25 where I will ofit among them J G Trimble People in this section are working their capacity for useful work It deserves tlieir the who cerae for the benefit of water of of ML Sterling to be a superior article mag Â¬ corn the second time whicn at present looks sympathy and hearty support of home peo- Â¬ nesia If this be the case Mr Lacy has very fine Swango Snring ple and the public spirited men of the sec- Â¬ struck it rich and it will be a boom for Ha S W Havens lost a very fine tion in which it circulates There is no We have forwarded a bottle of Â¬ zel Green Fifty per centj has been added to inCleajt Eepair Pbess Old Surrs mule supposed to have been killed by agency among men capable of doing so much to Prof Bobt Peter state analytical chem- Â¬ surance policies atHarrodsburg on account it good in temporal affairs as well as a well ed Â¬ Cut patterns e and will guarantee3t of the inefiiciency of the fire company In ist to obtain his analysis of it and will then lightning and neatly printed faction in every instance bolicitiagyr Western Peyton and wife of Mont- Â¬ ited should favor the paper The state it- Â¬ this connection we would suggest that some tell our readers more about it Jlr Lacy county newspapers Yours truly work I remain protection be organized here for the suppres Â¬ has concluded to leave the spring just as he gomery county have been visiting relatives self as it can without detriment to as much the MATBKAS FRISENi sion of the fiery flames In case of accident found it that visitors to Hazel Green may at this place the past week public interests and every man interested i Extinguishers could be bought at low figures see it r and give their theory as to who dug j - i ri rc in ir ri w r v r a l extent in wmuu advancement of the fcmr h Mfc sheit put to any and section the which d might be the means of saving much it Minv think nwns 3333 pieces which county in it is published less than 500 years asro because the bistort fne 7 property 7 should aid the county paper in every way of the surroundings go back 100 and those together with her own bauds Say you Rothwell correspondent what possible and do so on the ground of public The trustees of this school district on people say that there were then trees over No HAS JUST EECETVED AN IMMENSE STOCK OF Monday last secured the services of Mrs the spot of at least 100 years growth Will has become of you Is it your wheelbarrow interest men man can edit a paper and If he attempts so foolish a some one solve the problem for us crap that is consuming your time or what please all IN MAYTOTO EY Mary Nickell of Eztl as teacher of the thing he will prove a failure and for this is it Let us hear from you at once pablic school at this place which is indeed The house is a boied fras twa sterya reason every editor must be allowed to cher- Â¬ wise coarse as she is perhaps the best Mrs S J McGuire and Miss Martha ish and promulgate his own ideas as well as Personal Paragraphs high and contains six rooaa with kitakea teacher in Eastern Kentucky Under her relatives There is a half acre of grooad attached Wm Vincil of Campton was in town McGuire were visiting Martha is near thisÂ¬ to give publicity to the ideas concerning direction we do not doubt but the young place last week Miss an intelli- public affairs No county ever lost a dime which is set in on Saturday last iaea may ne taught to shoot with accuracy gent girl and we were clad to have her visit of them have been greatly nd precision hJames C Swango of Maytown was in us but were sorry to learn that when she and hundreds heartily supporting a paper A Varit ty of Fruit advanced by Hems town lai ounuav left one of onr young bloods went with her Rev K Hitner of Georgetown Breathitt County Mrs Mary Nickell of Ezel is visiting as his presence is needed in the corn field A never falling well of excellent water la evangelist of the West Lexington Presbytery In Hazel Green this week Come hack Jo the yard Thk property will be sold vaiy rLexintrton Gazttel held several days service at this place com- Â¬ reasonable Apply to J Smock Judge G B Swango leaves this morn-Â¬ DavisLMallory representing the house of We have heard a great deal about the mencing last Saturday night and considera- Â¬ J P LOCKHAST Co of Louisville Ky was killings and other disorders of Breathitt ble interest has been manifested On Sun- Â¬ ing for Hot Springs Arkansas Or this office Maytown Ky m our midst last week An inspection of county but there is a quiet but earnest work day last he administered the sacrament Rev W L Stamper Maytown paid the samples he carries will convince anyone lor tne retormation and civilization ot those members of all churches prient uniting our town a short visit last Monday that he represents a first class house He going on of which the general public The meetiag closed last jsaghCfJfr Hitner F- us that he was good J R Corder and wife are visiting informed coilectious were makingthan hesales Ecople but little which in time will produceÂ¬ April 23 188o also held a meetiag at Jaokaion with several friends and that better had results of the most gratifying nature MeetMAYTOWN KY and relatives in Breathitt county Additions k uemarca anticipated which speaks well for our ing our old friend Eev Wm Cooper who s Mrs Marv B Cnltar nf rfhprnlwmin country Takes the lead in Low Prices wWt everyÂ¬ islaboring as a missionary in connection By using the witer of Jecelebratedyfy Kansas is visiting her sister Mrs W T thing you need in the way ef with the Presbyterian church in that inter- Â¬ Your correspondent paid relatives a Swango spring Soeys iren spring and Caskey flying visit near the mouth of Blackwater esting field we learned these things that Lacys aatneaa spring invalid visitors will TamM A Mod iln tcV Tioo aon i GROCERIES DRY 806DS MOTORS that Breath- Â¬ on spring iate new life Besides Uncle Ending colleee at Eichmond returned home last week We found the jpeople in that greatly interested us He says state of Ken neck of the woods guict and in a prosperous itt is the larcest countv in the 5aX spuig leds for last Saturday to spend vacation P S BOOTS SHOES HATS CLOTHDTG condition There is one thine we notice is tucky and that there is not a building in the K greatly needed in that section and that is a county dedicated to religious purposes To vw i AJ HHI SllU Ll nnn minn nArr cii in imv iifiii Hardware Drugs Tloar Saeas Jfce e great need of several persons supply oblart JefiersoaviUeInd Keratt of the Pieratt house have springCtndm town Monday en route to dassed post office We inquired Herald and they engagedthis an effort to Mr Cooper is now in build a church of they were taking The iMoney is what I want aad I wifigive Frozen if jaatreeses and they all have spring-- chicfe jrougn --MANTJFACTUEEES OF- informed us that they were not from the which the foundation is laid and the lumber his home en spring 3es ana spring lamn MOBE GOODS FOE A DOLLARDT CASH obtained and Chris- Â¬ hopes by the Miss 3Lary Linkous who has been a fact that they were so far from a post office tian people inhemore favored aid of localities to that they could not get their paper in any than any house in Maytews The Hazel Gbeest Herald goes out visitor to the family of W J Wallace on reasonable time without going a distance complete the work by winter Country produce taken ia exchange fee k week enlarged to 26 columns with the Stillwater but now at Swango spring was of 8 to 12 miles which is too expensive on K A CHILDEKS goods columns lengthened tiro inches each leaking uite ill for several days last week Our in them There has gone up a new store in The Southern Bivuoac for June has an increase of G columns more reading brmant stated yesterday however that she that section under the firm name of Mc- Â¬ been received It is a truly southern maga Â¬ than we before famished which at the price was improying Guire Goodpaster and that would be a zine filled with choicest reading throughout --AND DEALEES IN-1 a year inadvaace is certainly the cheap 3Irs S S Combs Mrs C M Hanks of very suitable place for a post office which The current number contains among some 15 isatMtperin thecoautry But e do notpro Campton Mrs A M Swangp of Stillwater would be a great convenience to the people other well written articles Gen Morgans pose to stop here If the citizens show a disÂ¬ Mrs J E-- Corder of Mattoon His Mrs F of that neighborhood and would be highly Escape by Thos H Hines and to all those position to give as proper support we can N Day Mrs A B Swango and Mrs Mark-ham- - appreciated by them We are confident that who knew the hero either in private life or MAYTOWN KY give them a paper jast twice the present sise c HOR3E SHOEING A SPECIALTY --k of Hazel Green paid The Herald of- quite a number of them will take The Hak as the gallant soldier it will prove a rare 35 cohmas iseiead a 28 So go to work fice a pleasant visit last week ald when they get a post office at that place treat The price is 2 a vear in advance References Jugde G- B Swango Hazel Green George Eice Maytown or Will repair Farsaing Teek BvfpaWa- ye who wish to see a paper prosper in your On The Wing Subscriptions will be recefved at this office gORs kc sates piowsj noes Plovd Day and Nelson Candler have e siidst and each of you get another subscri-ber gone to Quicksand on a two and forwarded or the magazine will be club- Â¬ any Business Man of Lexington Ky lion gnaraaieuu in ail weeks business Grassy Creek June 15 You can do so if you but try there is bed with Heraxd at 250 nejsaB in tae aoannuas too poor to gives nice present in the shane of about 20 sub- - Eli Pieratt and wife of Ezel were vis- Â¬ magazine Theits name indicatesfor both This as is southern T DAY year for ilia heme paper 100 a and every southern man who has the well rlscribers Floyd and Nelse are both quite iting relatives at this place last week fare of his countrys literature at heart S W Havens and modest but to the girls up Marsha a rul Jtorwral Rey WB Cooper of Jackson spent recommend them as all right there we can relatives near the mouth wife are visiting should subscribe for it Send in your sub- Â¬ t MT STERLING KY of Blackwater maytows XY Thurroay night last in Hazel Green the scriptions Wholesale and Eetail Capt B E Roberts representing Car- Miss Nannie A Murphy has a quilt guest of Eev E P Mickel Mr Cooper was Will attead to t rBros Co of Loaisville and his son containing 4405 pieces which she pieced en route nome irom tiexiugton whither he any part of ike wastry jwLhi Kemp the irrepressible who carries had been to purchase the doors sash fcliiidg Shelby were in town this week The cap Â¬ with her own hands kfbetion la cvary ease whera awyfqyifc between here and West Liberty is is daisy drummerand etc for iheew Presbyterian church at that tainthisa section that will is so well liked Miles Yocum paid Maytown a visit the mailsight Mondav last yelling out Hur- Â¬ hove in Orders by ii promptly aMiMiAa tc take a mighty last Saturday I saw him on his return and rah for Grover Cleveland Will Press Taul- Â¬ it iaformed us that he called on in place He Bush Sea whose advertisement appears Sod man to down him in securing trade he seemed to be all O K bee Farish Arnett W W Cox Waller Chen Keep on hand BUCKBOAEDS and SECONAND DEALEX IN present tour he sold very large bills Ih ht paper to get them to do the work BUGGIES ault and the dimercratic party is des- Â¬ D-HAND He -iff-W A Maxey and his two daughters tined to be a star route mad contrator un Â¬ Paint all kinds of work and Eepair and That firm being totfjbwsfr io 11 the order here and we commend him to the merÂ¬ tSfTjtL J I hav for sale awmiaLhm1m of West Liberty passed through this place der the present administration if they both cospeting firm al chants of tbemoantains thev israed it over to a Bees which are luanr tmi tfcrifer last week en route to Blackwater so f Lexington A clear sase of judicioasj lire long nough and prosper and while winning amsers Mr mmm advertising Mr Goper also told us that reena Liniment is certainly the best j Wm X Murphy has been employed he is bad terrible bad he can give any oth- Â¬ Jb f i it j t LEXINGTON KY fce raised Sieaotneyaaaag the good people combination of remedies for corns neural- - as agent for the Jnngersewing maohine com er carrier a black eye on promptness He 4 proapttr afcteaefojTl 33i X33gto to pgyjbrit M P Xaacastcr gte pains in the back and side etc ever pany and has gone to canvass Montgomery says the mail service cant get along with- Â¬ Will receive Mr Shores special attention eCash paid for country produce of all x Gv duka HBf i JHHSB4 rfgS Ttfc place giving a liberal snm x- - Aay L T ana iain counues jpiTOutcu cuiu u o j Give us a call CONEOY SHOBE out him kinds game butter eggs chickens c HBj III j Co have been in this ricinity cutting and peeling timber for the Licking Biver market Mr Oakly inform ed me that the company had timber enough for 1000 logs -- Johnson Oakly of Ufe The WaterHumanityfor Afflicted IRON IS The Best Most Durable and Lightest Eunning Machine on the Market Every Machine Fully Warranted Wr HANLY JUDY General Agents for Eastern Kentucky Mt Sterling Ky Orders solicited hy T J STEVENSOJf Hazel Green Ky OSBORNE Mowers Reaper is t ynQiip Ojlillijl -- The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Hoots Herbs and Barks Except Ginseng a9am blli J T BREEN SON f Importers I Wholesale Druggists Main Street Mt Sterling Ky nm NEWS -- d- run--HHi- ag -- WATCH FREE The Waierbury ADAM BAUM Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well lected Stock of Which he sells Wholesale and Retail as Cheap as they can be 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 ill ill Fl LIQUOR kJH knock-down-and-dr- at aa r TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS i Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock and P McGUIRE do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling devote ness I will sell my Jae -- For Sale A Saw Mill my Wishing to tomy time DRY MMONi other busi- Lane Bodley Saw Mill Fixtures Â¬ te Consisting of a 25 Horse Power Engine and MATHIAS PBISBN Boiler a No Circular Saw Edger Everything is in First class Order and will be Merchant Tailor sold at a bargain on easy terms Parties wishing to buy are invited to call and examine the property Make Suits to Order Cornwell Ky ALFRED COMBS at inll w li -- - TOM F ROGERS MERCHANT t of Maysville Street Mt Sterling Ky FOR SALE House and Lot Trs Fine Boots Shoes and Slippers TAILOR CLOTHING J Hats and Caps for Spring and Summer Trade An Inspection of the Same is Invited Yours truly TOM ROGERS R A CHILDERS r ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL LEXINGTON KY w F BUSH SON Proprietors Doors Sash Stairways Newels Biinds Balusters Brackets c Poplar White and Yellow Pine Flooring Pine and Poplar Shingles Laths - c J SOGERS BLACKSMITH E -- -- NEW BUGGY WOEKS E YOUNG w - -- Conroy Shore GROCER Wines and Liquors trrg For Sale Italiaa Bee rrs6 - V SIGN PAINTING iar - 3 ALSXrMi - - y dni x0 c sSffiSa Mt iSl O Aif aX c - ll jV Til t -- j i - -- r m- tz circumstances had meanwhile been dis- tase in John street lastweek The end f the holder was shaped like an elon Â¬ covered by my late patients solicitors and before I saw her she had been ap Â¬ gated cube and was an inch long A prised of the provisions of Sir James faint musical ticking that issued from 4 Kellys will The it attracted a I introduced myself to her as his jeweler lifted customers attention case bearing down sensations internal the holder from the friend and found hef occupying a With a smile and exhibited a tiny watch fever bloating displacements inflamma Â¬ tion morning sickness and tendency to pleasant but not very well furnished an inch in diameter set o l 2 house in one of the best squares of dialthe 16th ofbetween two other jdials cancerous disease Price reduced to one ui in side dollar By druggists coprmeHrnQ Bayswater o O day H I It Is all a mystery she said to almost as smallthe One indicated the year Tax boy who hit tho call on the head n month of the me when she had first apologized for and the other wept to find that it wa3 hia thumb Tifwl Z min- Â¬ 0 the disorder of her temporary abode The center dial ticked off seconds utes and hours X Had a Dreadful Cough Poor James He was ones very fond This is the smallest watch ever of considerable 2 Of me air it Was niafiy years ago We made the jeweler said and the only and raised a besides I wasamount thinblood very and matter and o should have married you know but for scarcely go about the a so weak I an unfortunate circumstance Perhaps one of its kind in the world It tookof housej Thiscould the case of a man with 2 Id was m Geneva watchmaker the better part X you have heard of it0 consumption arising frjom Jiver complaint K at the I was slightly annoyed at the tone two vears to ht the parts together so He recovered his healtn completely byDis Â¬ 3 that they would work accurately It U30 of Dr Pierces Golden ifedlcsl in whch she spoke of her dead bene- Â¬ Thousands of others bear simi Â¬ has been exhibited In London and covery factor lar testimony I have heard of it Lady Raven I Paris works of the watch were so that rbePYiHwms The inning Is half of the gams returned seriously A holder Tia good big they fitted lengthwise in the Judge it his Seethe swallows pass hurt Are vou in much no longer remain on terms of frientU life Butshe dd not spoTl with success in The mainspring was an elongated coil SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ft slight In the skv continued pain Deserving of Confidence Thefe Is no IH2C5VASHES CO SccfeMtoc XK of steel fitted to the wheels by a tiny ship And the round san rolling by ldugll and now ai last he has iiiade chaifi article which so richly deserves the confi Â¬ Xo humkGodl In pjint but not Heeding no snch things as L worked like an old fashioned dence of the public as Browns Bronchial and fay Raven I cried while my restitution Well it is only what we FOR in severe pain heart seemed to rise to my throat Do deserve He robbed my late husbanr clock weight ilia works were wound Troches Those suffering from Asthmatic Cbrongh that forest I can pass J I should warn you by means of a little screw of gold on the and Bronchial Diseases Coughs and Colds All Gone I said as Till as In a looking glass gently as 1 could that if you have any not misunderstand me This is noble you know and it is fitting that ve under side of the handle A gold pen should try them Hold only in boTxs Hamming fiy aad daisy tree I Andnav tlav self I rpr worldly affairs to settle vou should of youcan thank you with all my heart should be his he rs is it not OO A but I IaiHtedvery clear and neat not atfeept such1 a large sum I was beginning to feel angry Even was fitted in the holder and the jeweler The way to make an overcoat last is t H H WARMER GO Bwltsftr M IT settle them speedily Thereis grievous On tke rain pool at my feet H He would not listen however to mv if Sir James had been gndty she had wrote with it without disturbing tho make tho undercoat first Lunn Union Saosld a leaflet come to hand danger refusal and finally I pocketed both my no right to speak of him now in so Dperalibhs of the fairy watch PHILLIP VAX TASEL Xewaric XTU Drifting near to where stand I know it he returned with a sad pride and the draft year from dyspepsia and glagaaoe ac the customer Pikes Toothache Dnors curelnlminute23c many and reports that he derived greaKr beaeStfiouii Straight Iil board that I Whats the price tiny boat iight and scornful a tone Already I smile but I have settled everything Koaad the rain pool sea to float Glenns Sulphur Soap heals and beautifies 25c food asked Warners Tippkcasco TncBest thaafroa aaratlMsr he ever treed TJU daughter also ad JTnm everything that is that a lawyer could ing Mary Bagstertowas at the time payÂ¬ saw she was recklessly spending hei A round 500 replied tho jeveler GEK3LA2 CornRejiover kills Corns Bunions medicinewhen every other Icaown remedy MUM- a short visit success Little thoughtful creatures sit her friends in the newly acquired wealth though she had help me in Yet before I die there is country and Ob She grassy coasts of it laughinjr N Y Sun A dentist is no chicken He is always thus not ASA something that I should like to con- Â¬ did not meiitou the it happened that I it aetuallv entored into possession of Utile things with lovely eyes a pull it tile will hot having then been fact 6f riiy having Sme aaeaHlng with surprise fide to you rddeiyeo xlavcns handsome present proved Her misfortune had not made fceme are clad in armor jrreen According to Hoyle Will it agitate you to tell it1 These harfe sure to battle been 3T HAS NO EQUAL either to her or to any one else I a good woman of her WILHQFTS FEVER AMD AGUE TOXIC She was gaud Â¬ Some ars pied with every hue 4Tm afraid it will a little he re- Â¬ looked forward o surprising her A Trfirrantedcure for all diseases Blaclrand crimson gold and blue with ily dressed Instead of being in mourn- Â¬ is a phrase plied According to Hoyle Soaehavewinj-s and swift are gone caused bj malarial poisoning of the news upon her return to town and ing she was covered with jewelry GO Then wait until to morrow Sir in the Rwicstsr M T Bat they all Jook kindly on common among card players many of the Mood sacb as Chills and Fever H H WARMER 1 sent the draft to mv Surely it was well for poor Sir James meantime eaumy eyes i once again Ague Sun Pains Dumb Fever and James The danger is great even in- Â¬ whom are under the impression that Jg WKSAGE of St Johns MIca vascosroleteJr a and see all tbingsplain ChiUs Intermittent Bemittcnt evitable I fear but not immediate and bankers a 1well known prvatfl firm that this van woman had never been Mr Hoyle was a reformed gambler rostrated by the hardships endured dariwc the Iales TTffl abra walls a ereat bars floor iiKa reat big knobs on With Which had but recently opened his wife Bilious and all other Fereia caused Wl1 lie returnea nome wtccic omu ia uuuh ua you naa better watt until yon are an drawer and door by malaria It Is also the safest body For twenty years he simply eil3tedhalf the account Great big people perched on chairs Lady Raven I said sternlv we who turned his attention tobookmaking was calmer and let us hope stronger The and best cure for enlarged Spleen lime more dead than alive nntllne Best restored ta xf He advise vMxm BCsanamenaing by TVnraera TnPECASOJcTno A Fever Cske General Debility health ICU IU IJ IU Write to bhn as SC Jonas 3UelL shock has tried you terribly and vou sittingfew mornings afterward I was may as well end this Sir James Reilly as a means of keeping himself out of XKp 8ia toctl could climb Mi OIU STM at breakfast in my bachelor never injured you or any other living the poorhoure Edmund Hoyle was aadPerlodlc Neuralgia 53TFor Sale by allDrugsl3t3 have not yet had time to recover from O dear me iodffinirs in Chapel street Rnrlfnnl creature CHAS F KEELER Pron Chicago It was your husband who born over two hundred years ago and R U AWARE it As you will That could be Row when vithout warning a police wa3 the criminal He wrote his own lived to the advanced age of ninety TEAT v A sailor am the rain pool sea he assented But officer entered my room and showino nam to A climbeen the clover tree that check which led to Sir seven dying in Cavendish Square Lon- Â¬ Lorillards CIittst Ptaff do not leave It until too lalo And jusc come back a sleepy head ad expenses paia any acut e person to Ml I recommended him to the care of me a warrantawhich Udthdr zed him to James transportation He denied the don in 1709 He was among the first our good Xocapiulreiuiml SaUrjrptM Late anight to go to bed bearing a rri titx tag r that LoriKards monthly Pyim arrest me on charge of forger took facts and caused your benefactor to ba who took special interest in whist and In Vtill o t wJ 1 if fine- cat r thai Lorillarda Robert Lotto SlmvKtw in a Childs Garden of the nurse who had bv this time ar- Â¬ UcuIanraEK We mean what vn ay Standard Silver r Verses me into custody Siltt Clippings and that Lorillards r sent to the antipodes And do you after it became a craze he devoted sev- Â¬ Ware Co Washington St Boston Mass the best and cheapest quality considered rived and retired to bed not knowing - a sv As you tnay expect I was thunder--struc- k think that I knowing all this will eral years of his life to teaching the how soon I might be summoned to him Forgery Forgery of what suffer Sir James fair name to be slan- Â¬ game at a guinea a lesson Some supor how long it might be before 1 hould I exclaimed half maddened by the mon- Â¬ dered be able again to quit hij side In the posed that he invented the game but it 111 SffiSSbrf Sh turned pale and clung for sup- Â¬ was well known before he was born early mornmorerumod to his room strous charge Says that when a customer port However he did much to perfect it He sleeping aud the nufse in theBUtIsobiiiearneclaiittieandguessed she to a char is Gracious powers Jnt en afrf n g Story of An Australian HeTvas me asks for THE BEST Spring exclaimed it can it be trdd I Was paid 5000 for a treatise on whist xormed tnat he had passed an un- Â¬ me rest toRaven in order to dispose of knew and effectually put a stop to my Convict Medicine he confidently recom- Â¬ it then I knew it My husband which was published in 1743 At the expectedly good night After I had mends breakfasted therefore when he once marriage had written out the draft in once told me all when he was delirious same time he was attached to a Govern- Â¬ an unusual manner and had appended with drink God forgive me and she ment office in Ireland Toward the more recurred to the nf iTjiuxneu omy xnreo montas ago seemed to be uppermost subject which7 hi name in il way which had caused his fell like a corpse to thd lidof close of his life he revised the treatise Sarsapariila in hit mind H ISrmm mxuuuxxre wnere x una been in I summoned the servants who car- Â¬ aud included in it backgammon and permitted him to talk but implored banker to decline to cash the check Sig- Â¬ ried her to her room 3Qftoace as a surgeon for about ten him to control himself as much a uns and to endorse it with thewords I then sent for other popular games of the day From E S Rutull DrugsUt 2TaucJl JT nature differs a physician and in the meantime did Chicago Twies ears Whea I went out to the colony iible and not to overtax his strength I lrP s i J iri I bave ben in the drnj and prcscrip The draft hrd boen returned In this what I could to revive her But my tHferswxsa good opening In most of wiiai ne ioia me was m substance as tion business in Nashua over forty ye3rj follows I made exhaustive notes of it condition to RaVen whowithout hesi- Â¬ efforts were in vain and soon after my tlMf lsirger towns for medical men As James T Fields was once on and am the oldest druggist here I was tation had prqiioUnded fo be a colleague arrived she expired An ex as soon as the first taintroduco your Trainable mediÂ¬ his way on the cars from Boston to his exeepjionally fortunate confident I left hs rooni and I am forgery According to his it WS story which aniiudt On subseqiidntly disclosed the summer cottage at Manchester-by-the-Se- a that I have succeeded in re- Â¬ cines In this city I believe In them in the introductions witlT which the calling many of Sir James tafte pleasure ba Ayers SarsapariHa two men sat in front of him dis- Â¬ actual was only too plausible I alone could be fact that she had long been a sufferer forethought of my friends at home had phrases It made a Very powerful im the criminal The check was payable from heart disease recoKimendinjr to my customers vrell the persons who I am glad to be able to say that her cussing places and Fields caught his provided me patients rang my bell in pression Upon me and I do not doubt to me I had access to the drawer in knowins it to give satisfaction- - In sH which he kept the book from which the son who is now enjoying Sir James lived in them Mr forward to listen my exprfence as a druggist I hae yet considerable numbers Within three that it will equally excite the interest own name aTd bent and sympathy of the reader The form had ben torn and the eltunsy Reillys munificent bequest is worthy tohcar thdafrst complaint against It Lets see says one Fields the pub- Â¬ 3rcars I was making an annual income signiUUije hadbdeu written mucn as 1 of the legacy A vreek or two ago ho names alone are altered lives round here somewheres of naarly 3000 and Trhen owing to EiaiUy Co Lowell 2ian Jrom sailed with his family for Victoria and lisher he I was born he said in Lnmlnn mght have written it Yes hes got a house on doht family necessities IwasobligedTegret- - in 1812 My father was the Having sold AVers Sarsapariila since It You can guess the sequel doctor it is his ambition there to follow m his rector of Lectures the hill just beyond here was first placetl upoVo market we caa fullyto turn mybacb upon the new St Chambers s and after putting me to I was tried and although I was very benefactors footsteps Oh yes he lectures a lot dont he say after an cxpericncecbfcgring a quarter land Lad treated me so haud- - a ood school he sent me to Cam- Â¬ ably defended by a leading counsel Journal Well Well how is he anyway of a centurv that wc have feUItJeara -somely I had saved 20000 and had bridge 1 took my degree in 1833 and I who was a pergonal friend of mitin t Bos he aint Gough by a big sight a case where it ha3 failed to givFUaPs wa conTctcd and sentenced to trans TOIbETTE MYSTERIES in addition Obtained a very respect-- then went to the bar My chief friend portation Hdw shall I describe to you ion Herald tion Its merits are folly establlshetL able sum by the sale of the good will of both at Cambridge and at the Inner the Agony of thoe day In due course Secrets Imparted to a Kppnrter by a From C Way Co Portland Jfe xempie younH my practice to a distinguished vouno- man whowas Horace Kaven nability I was sent out here with a h p load of Two Tampa Fin fisherman latc Ij dies Hair IJrcer TVe have used Ajers Sarsapariila ror possessed astonishing sawfish sixteen Edinburgh surgeon who vvent outex- - remarkable goodlooks great ambition cut throats and felons In afew years years and our customers are muchpea83 They are wearing their own colors captured a six feet wide andfeet three weighing inches long doubtless I was nearly forgotten at more this year j with its eflects We believe it to bew pressly to succeed Jne I give these and the prospect of succeeding 16 a What style will you Popyrisbtcd The saw was over four of the best medicines in the market large fortune and to one of the oldest home for my conviction killed my have said a wig maker to a reporter 500 pounds details sot in order toencourae nin feet Ions English baronetcies In all iheso re- Â¬ father and wholsc was there to rebitious young fellows fresh from the who peepgd in upOn thd mysteries of member me save schools to rush off to Austral a under spects he was I need carcely say my st whom he tpKaventoaud Mary Bag Â¬ her hop It has O no my wretchedadd looking at tho Boston how recently been explained in Prepared by Dr J OAyer Co Lowell ITasa Sold by DrnggisU Prictl six bottle 5 the impression that it is stli an Eldor-- superior I was a poor man 1 had ness soon afterward marr ed the suns iays can be util pnlymy energes to depend upon and reporters full suit of hair Maybe ized in heating ones house Boston ado butn order to show that I stood Attlrsont Sir James was seized you want to bleach but men dont well in the front rank of my profession I had noinfluential relatives ne relatives indeed of any kind except my wth spasmodc pains brought on- - by bleach so much Now ladies bleach a Hralcl iuIelbourne and in some mRnsiirA tn father I beingan only child and mv his excitement and I-- was 6bliged to Some eniushis invented a fiyhinir- account for the fact that when a ron mother though not as havingdied during my infancy temporarily forbid iiis continu ng the great deal but I dont believemuch as vod that registers the precise numbei iHemah who held very high poiitl-- At the I ever painful narratve An hour or two formerly weight of the fishes caujrbt A Y bar 1 uai xiiuK m viciona met with a severe ly successful was for a youngster fair- Â¬ later however finding hiiil balmer I befHre heard ff a man bleaching and Sun Raven and I had cham- Â¬ and ultimately fatal accident I was bers together Well heres some perox J Well we had our laV bodks permitted him to go on TTV5Ttt called to attend h m I suppress his in common Positively care SICKHE VDACITJE BUlorssness nnH AallIWSVt anil HfYWSI CoaQllintS UieSS PU1 I erved my time he continued what do yxu want 1A You j dont want Vn COTTrIait3 and we were on such terms Sisters o Notre iJaine BLOOD SOISQ2 T rf SVn TMaoaM inVTl VTTT name for reasons which will be obvious of m - liM IU ouu TlAA nt rt 77nll ttn TWTfatlitllA Vl your iuusiaene uyeur due mavoe vor Md say Red Star Cough CureGoyunsfcown n ftiiV m ni A UQU Aiiwcr f b VtUUQUlO is oeiioficlal friendship that we were known on and then having no friends in En- Â¬ Ictw- my practice I use no other J Denruson iLX UeWitt UivlrX Sold v27LJS5sS3hy In later on but for convenience I will call our staircase as the want a false one or she hesi- CO SOSXOaT 3CASBV and Valaablo intonaalioa ffBEE J 8 JOH2SO tt71 for as ta in stamp Brothers For gland I decided to remain here Like bimSir James Reilly r Tnvr was a very conscientious humor- Â¬ some years I lived a very happy life I many others I went to the dggngs tated for a moment - Sir James was one of the largest land made enough to enable HAY FEVER Whats the off an because and unlike most was fortunate melf to liveÂ¬ invested everythingI in land and stock1 asked the scribelate t hade in hair ist who broke chestnut engagement Hatchet My brother Myron and andstouknolders in the colom I have In tolerable his tirl had hair Tlie comfort and in time inridden for thirty miles along the banks deed As said myself were both cured to Ifelt myself to be justified in tried to make myself publicly usaful natural I now when vou came in more Variety ttigpifrS Of tiftfd ofthe river Murrumbidgee without go looking out for a wfe all appearance of Catarrh But blonde is still the gradually obta ned the confidence and last angiofkbis property and whereas ordi Â¬ There is variety in the letters received by and Hay Fever Tp Jy with thoe who dye Not the One evening Kaven ana 1 went to a respect of my fellow ctizerts and two favorite to this Mrs Lydia EPinkham testifying to thtJ and August nary men count their possessions by ball Lady D at s We there met a or three years ago as you know re- reddsh blonde of last year No no cures effected oy hor Vegetable Compound date te3 23f neither have hundreds of acres he jounted his by Miss Mary ceived the honor of knighthood brght natural color 1 can no A soft and the great relief afforded to thousands had any retura of these Bagster a young hundreds of square miles - of troubles Elys Cream Balm He had surpassing beauty and before girl of now say with truth doctor that there sdrt Of dim yellow Hax Grav hair is of women in all sections Urs C the night is no man Worked hard and his upward progress used 7i3 the I have taken three bot- - GabeieL medicineSpencer in Australia who would re- Â¬ not as fashionable ds it Was but ladies Toronto says x i 63 7ith J0 had been gradual but it had always was spent we had both as I learned fuse to grasp me by the hand because who have it dont try to make a change Mrs results I Thenar is worn fuller m fronfallen in love vritll her Stephen B hheuington Quebec Tioga Co N beenr steady When I knew liimio subsequentlylike was once a convict t- savs i amnoV usint thfourtfi bottle mine was a poor tnanin Australia was more respected Her father had but little difficultycler-Â¬ Has siauus OUC lor com gyman I in proved your innocence never been mon lor in UllIlV ringlets and frizzes and have derived great benefit n1nJ it CREAM BALK orJookedup to He had been knighted establishing myself upon evening bangs or Eugene City Uregon I asked baraa J a foot ng of as a small reward for his services0 as a It is the best medicine for the fe Â¬ hasgalflcl en enviable rep 1 9 are out of fashion and the hair is says Never he returned intimacy with her family and often I mht combed utation Tvhercve Ttno vn cblonial minister he had rece ved all when Jlrs CJ fomhead Pow Â¬ male sex I have ever found Compound has uisuiaiut an viiu uicitai tn v h awi JV inT I visited them Raven accom- Â¬ perhaps have made a econdienddaVor ders are back from the deal of Santa Fe says Your las n kinds of gratfying testimonials from panied Vlt rations A particle giinlla B used great Diamond done mo a great deal of good me Mary though she was as to prove it long ago but I could not Mrs H S plied into cacn nostril no pain agreeable to nsC hisfcllow citizes his wor in all the I have dust is popular and so is gold and sil- Â¬ I of Portland Me says It has rice Sua by mall or at druggists Send for circular ad inexpressibly lovely was bring myself to make her unhappy ELY BROTHERS Druggists Owego JLransacLons of life was as good as an- Â¬ of a T dono and I cheersomewhat cold disposition She unhappier that is than he has made ver powder But what did you want fully far me all it claimedallto suffering as Â¬ other mans bond and yet S r James was unenthusiastic recommend it to I TO HAVE HTAUTH THE LIVER MUSTBE IN ORDTR Status of liberty Enligitesiag the WafUJ did yon sav Some secrets eh And and self containe t her As I have told you she became Mrs D H E of Lex- Â¬ have done forty years before had come to Austra- Â¬ to an unusual -- C - a a The Committee In charge of the eonstrcstlosof Us decree and yet in her Lady Raven You can not expect me she raised her eyebrows and threw her ington Va says I have taken one bot- Â¬ In 1IQv i MmII eJNlBIIhJC acbnViCt on account of the d s way she was amb lians Ye I can tle and I assure you 1 feel a great deal bet- Â¬ base and pedestal for ths reception of this greai ttotIc to be able to tell you that the man who head a littlo to one side tious She desired graeeful crime of forgerv- - I never in- Â¬ to marry a man who In order to ral8 faada for Its ceaayletlea strong as ever and Ive never felt would make his so cruelly swore away my liberty made telt you some secrets real secrets ter I feel my have prepared a miniature State six inch inXeigU quired into the details of his case and way in the pain in since the second dose back ha ha but O no I a world and it was only after her a good husband He systemat- Â¬ ha 2nskel l7etf -t- ho Statue Bronzed Pedestal indeed Inever knew them until he told some it woulndt do But which they are now delivering to edlaerlbeTstlawK ilattering hints about me ically ill treated her and although cant veiy them toXae when he was on his death- - and my ability What is a great deal worse than rain out the United States at Oho JJeBar aek had been let drop in her am uuiu una several ciiuuren anil Was wearing false hair is not secret ing cata and dogs Hailing a stage no No one conceals that re- This attractive souTenlr and Mantel arDesScoraar I presence by irUames lived in a beautiful and favored me her father who evidentlyÂ¬ I have heard an exemplary wife until member when they used to but they mentis a pvject fasimlUot tha model lurslaiiedBiy that she consented to be- she was crushed by his brutal t he the artist spacious house overlooking the sea come nry wife Delicate diseases affecting There are lots Raven was not at Mr Dehaved o her as he would not have have gotten over that TheSUtnetteln same mrtal ticetesincAerAtf sjfr and distant a few miles from the center Bagsters hou e on malo or female howovor induced speedily Do you know of women- in Washmeton society who and permanently cured Illustrated book that eventful even- behaved to hi dog Five Dollars jBaeH delivered- ofthe city In spite of h s seventy wear wigmore of Consultation fio The designs ofStatne and Pedestal are protect by years he was a good and active horse ing JKext morning when 1 met him doctor that I preserve my love for her They paint Thats that part a secret throe letter stamps Medical Association O of their Worlds Dispensary at our chambers I told him of what still I have never ceased to love her US Patents and the models can OTtTy be furalrAwat la a Beluble Remedy lor Ljtpt Ccraplatcts aad ills causd manvandone morning as was his fre- had occurred He changed color br this Committee Address Trlth remlttaacet Well many Buffalo iNir although she believed evil of me and toilet you can see eh quent custom he rode into Melbourne which at the JtIC3IA3tO BTJXTEX Secretary more paint than youd believe These sent me a in order to transact some business with strength of time I attributed to the neverand I have single word of s mpa are things that dont show see wlnfc blood tTpnethni American Committee of the Statneof Ubertyv It is terrible tohe said as rovenge thesp lies the INVALUABLE thrt srtem alt diirrstioa There is plumbers show left even thing I have hs friendship for me and thy AN FAKILT MSDICUTE he- - laid down jus toucitor tie had quitted the law then congratulated 33 Mercer Street Scrr 3f0 lc prove lt3 merit me in a somewhat to her eldest son who by this time has llcsh powdi r just the least little tint Yes it ThousandsoftestimonialsITS KEFUTATIOK the paper he had been reading AST DECGOIST KTLI TELI IOC yejffioe nd was already half way extravagant manner looks beaut nil and never shows but is she replied sons of hK own What special cirenm- But l do not know ioffloTt again when his horse French powders are stance do you refer to now A thila- When are you jroinjr to be mar whether or not she is dead I have whats natural was frightened by some blasting good But one must know how to use delphia knight of the solder has jusfc he however provided that should she be operations which were being carried on ried Soonasked poisoned a Zoological Garden 1 replied There is no living she is to have a life interest in such things There is one powder one because thedado at the larger bill than he bird had a in coiaection with the making of i reason why we should delay I could my estate - Poor thinATNT30 The Judge she deserves of the best is just touched to the did new road - The animal becamnrnstivn wish r t that I were a little better off but jt xor siiuiv am sue suiierar not un- - cheek which if rubbed polishes with a and finally threw Sir James He tell our misfortune in that respect will metallc luster and makes the face look If I can not have the fat of the land I I frequently I expert didaflf want heavily upoaSa5Jeap of stones and hs can take little lean said a trainp ns trust disappear in course of time As And he I asked fWh at became just like tin Sometimes ladies dont rested hisashoulder against a lamp post ha groom coming up found him lavÂ¬ know how to use it and they make it is we shall 1 thnk be able to do of Raven ing insensible The unfortunate well It is In time he deserted her and their faces look like a milk can problem The latest mathematical who was known to -- every pretty wish you joy VTe have Just lsued a wonderfal aad rataaM 1 There is sent to the State University is the follow- Â¬ said Raven as He plunged into the lowest depths ot just the color of bright tn new book rbich tread met of diseases -- peculiar is UM one in the neighborhood was rose to go into the Chancellors Court drunkenness and dissipation another kind of cosmet c which when ing female sex and have spared neither pains nersneaey If the earths orbit about the sun is He had tenderly carried to the nearest to make It worthy taepersal and coaadeace Bt ts be the 5O0O0OG00 miles what would wasted his fortune and notvervlono exposed to the gas that comes up somewhere he had a brief that morning women all over our land Every mother wife s4stcr house and no sooner did he regain a right angle triangle in Â¬ hypothenuse of and daughter Is deeply vitally Interested intMs mac times from the regiter turns I that for IE witboat delay It vMb 0 t special feature consciousness than he sent his servant loved had then no idea that he also ago I readthe he had been picked up Belles have changed color thusblack scribed within a circle circumscribed by a tinction to others of Ridges Food In contradisÂ¬ worttoand should send the world Mary Bagster and that he had in a fit in in an hexagon upon the sent any address in Fre fCal Jtea Is its neutral action street of Paris and had evening But they fool Jj kansaw Traveler for his carriage and dispatched a mes- Â¬ determined even at that late bowels For this reason It la specially adapted to it carefully study ltwelL and you will gieaa feana oftener than 9 hour if d ed before his removal to the tton that may prove more valuable thaa all tke wwsti those seasons when bowel troubles are so frequent senger t request me to go at once to not to 1 could tell you lots thev get fooled the Rotbscbllds prepara Food Great Cassar exclaimed the tramp Kemembcr Ridgesla use ia anthirty and trial England of Europes rovalty more precious toasalltegea old Itmaytnxtymerutet his house I rode thither immediately at leastwrench her from me for hnself of having been years In for Great tion America of things about them only it wouldnt as he leaped over the fence to prevent my marrying her BBADrtzLD HxgcUltck Co BqxSS Atlaaca 6s 1 am dirti-flrcv and Is a perfectly safe and nourishing i It and reached the nlaee bnfnm Sir His conduct toward me observed the farmer as he watched diet for all conditions scizer I Ornish them wigs false frizzes lr so ainej- arrival tho dog returning with a sample of the i foorml a vax wu Ul anv nnnrc nrwi h oL-- hn sf kUUISC far as I could see exactly remained had James riin t Kit VI nsw fl viiiU t what it t tramps trousers Boston Transcript viiicw jiitu met wiui an accident but hcPIl lirfiviniN In mr pnrrnrrnmnnf TT use in rlKnroiinrr tLir 1 - nM lalxl I sell them co metics fix -v rv t x snail te g ad to do my or black it umiiuuouLs 1 4iad not the faintest idea of th their complexion and pencil their eyewas gematr and friendly appeared to The home stretch Roping an mature of it nd therefore I was take an absorbing interest in all my best When I say cara 1 do not intn merely to atop iera lor a bedstead No theres no way to get brows Yon time and then hAvethein return sjln Imanaradleal ctsnC irf UNEQUALLED efatlv shocked when a fewmmntes plans tor the future and actually ac- - happy toare going to England I am false eyebrows except to pencil them E J11118 th0 dlseaas of PITS EPILKreT r FALLING bear it You can then to but that is the best anyhow it does a Ufo long study later I sawhrn lifted from his car An Irishman while sleeping by the side BICKKESS cawi Because ethersIwarrant my remedy tocun tiurtf WOOD GLASS CHINA FOftCEMCMTlJi PAPER LEATHeRT not of a negro bad his face blackened by a too worst t0 t0 what I fe have failed la no reason for would have to b clone by show Tage helpless and well nih speech pot now receiving a core Bead at once for a treatU and a FbyMaaoaUaaulafsairiLlsss house was let practical joker Starting off in a hurry in Frea Bottle of my Infallible remedy GIto Sxpresaaud Post Cat Co tc Mfd ooir by ta 2 conveyed to his bed and vhich thought of tak ng to be fur-- a th rd partv 1 want you to find Ladv coau yoa nothlne less xie was was will care too What will a wig cost CEMENT CO GtOOCESTER fcUCficl I and the morning he caught sight of himself in OiEco It Address Pr H G for a trial and I St Kw York Raven and tell he i BOOT IM Pearl w rflom which mx j LU1U upon the oroima nishing I found that the place would iw j For a lady from 810 to 100 We a mirror Puzzled he stopped and gazad uiinnuuu aamsuxta Caa nt r you Tell her that although we have floor and upon examining himI dis Â¬ be rather beyond my means sell excellent ones for 75 The orav and finally exclaimed Be jabbers theyve niCRCKrWLA VS0eerpayfrca and re Â¬ been separated for more than fortv iV Y Mail covered that several of hU ribs vsVE1ibI1w commissions Deserters rellev and blonde are most expensive Adens woke up the wrons man years I st 11 think of her that edrenaionaadlncreate experience U years bnjfceu that tha internal organs were gretfully told him so h puko r- succpi or no fee Write for circulars aad laws had Xever mind Jack he said you tbinkingot her and w Mccormick sox cmnnrati oaio A Chicago girl never gets her foot forgive her- - r In ou been infnredf and that tfiere was will find something a that I r unv r icago caught in a railway frog When the frog ri iasu musiacuer M 7sfME Combteea volume wltkyari- L Yes doctor mil bo- - f and fi practically speaking no hoj e of his But I certainly should better perhaps T tXi a VIVCi tsraadsweetso sees her coming it gets out of the way It TELL TKE TByTH like you to have i i riounc recovery Sir James was a bachelor the house want to be mashed Bob ton Cour- Â¬ and Bible by Uncle Tim The moss spicy boos of the IN TOUCH i uw tl juusl inrpf va mm doesnt 1 rEf Yes I doullv and had no female relatives in the col- Â¬ times Price 25 cis 5 for SI IlCXTOX dj ier feaaatiteli That everfhgwe were sitting to-CO StiOUlsMo IN FINISH Combines na rum I need not go on to describe the pain- ony He r2git live I knew for some gether over aad gg worJcaaaiiiiatyv Crime is on the increase in Western i nnum Where does Mr Jenkins live and how Texas according to the Cotula Tex daysand his housekeeper though a suddenly the ftre 01Jack he laid x i sue t 1 au ou i BroJoflatos Jokes he asked of the old are yonjmy dear uuu T ueatn released him fro n a sufterin ere Ledger wliich in speaking on the subCeaeral Faeters ClKefaaat 8Ua Kitm and thoughtful woman was far want to JU oc his apartment hotel PortpaidforTwelveCents kdyxaeed in years to be carable of present pve you a handsome wedding j Suffice it to say that h bore him ell ject says We scarcely pick up an ex pretty attendant at theinto the pockets of EictklarPubiikaiaslioee 80pagesIIlu8trated Sent and demurely looking or more earaed Hxrhieven S9SI BeakasaStSavIsra 50 wnere easilygtren by owAesrts c slTe territory apron she iprjpwlyiitteading upon her ATUiS VHtml rv He had I should explan recently with in his moments of eatfit ntrnnv changebut several murders are report- her YGrapJiic answered Suite 16 sir send stamp ior parfleBlan becoming resigns n TJnt 1 the ed or some terrible crime brought to JY d senttliG rmnm ioi-- succeeded to the baronetcy and the es 3ample KIMBAIX S Co crysaaixaaat SURE MIIJEauiVY Charlotte la the was though tf a for all about ijghr which has long been hidden It t04tborne for sai experienced hospi- - j tates and was now a rich man dress J M Xorth Carolina Azi Omaha doctor kisses hid vife seventy-him rather than for himself anil when is a noticeable fact that when money tsl i i xne meantime re You are very good I answered DmcWM ara live times everv day Treated and cured withoutthe Icilfe WH13f WBITIXQ sedwiti my distinguished patient Anything that you may give us will uie long sleep at last closed hs wnrtr matters are hard crime invariably m- - j fond of KlVlUti disagreeable vt i GAMOER Book on treatment sentfree AdaM jlea tayjw usv U TOrMsVSMaWaM iat ves 1 turned awayr feeling that Aus- - creases i kuuw YonkefiS luh man FJP0SIJKAfct9KaeCUL AZEL GREEK -- immedately for of course I KENTUCKY met i together and one of thein rode to a good deal of it nowshall be robbedof Be plain with the house to request that I would not me Jack Would not money bo THE LITTLE land leave itb Ion as mv nation trvinfimiori useful to you than a mere presentmore It to breathe I was to summnn mv usually is acceptable believe nea ttiome aloae I alt in these I Awl am very tired of It assistance that I might need and to do ncm I JMFfJut to stmt ny eQ exactly as I deemed best To sje sailing through I thanked him feelingly for his fore Â¬ sklesT We would move heaven andearth Te so sailing f iwavthe thought It Would Be particularly 5Ut3jBbe pleasant Lasd of Plav sard the gentleman to reserve his welcome I said Zfrr Tettt lry laaa valuable life Without another word terexne jittle people are ere the clover lops are trees I feel sad L that there is not char to the table took his he drew his check Asd the rain pools are the seas the slightest hope of saving it but from a drawer and filled in a book draft And the leaves like little ships you may be sure that I will spare no whch after he had carefully examined Sail about oa tiny trips r And above the daisy tree trains he handed to me Tbrongh the grasses Sir James bad fainted during his re- Â¬ I took and gazed at it With as- Â¬ Hlffh oerhead the bumble bee moval from the carriage to the house tonishmentit it was for a thousand Hums and passes and he did not regain the use of hs pounds My deaf In taat forest to aad f ro senses for some hours afterward I Was for I was overcome Raved I gasped Â¬ by this act of apcan go I can wander 1and the fl v sitting by his bedside when lid nnrinhd parent and totally unexpected generos-Â¬ See the spider And the ants go marching bv ihis eyes ity it is too much it is too gootL of CarryiH parcels with their feet bo rm not gone yet doctor he you I can not think of accepting it green and grassy street lom the said with a weird kind of Lunior I can in the sorrel sit You know that I can well afford Where the ladybird alit Can this last for lonohe said curtly X insist can climb the jointed grass it I Who can say f replied You your taking it If j ou refuse weupon And on hjgh can are sadJT greater -- did all that lay In iliv rjower for iu j tuuuofhoc mereiy iox ltseu Dut lor t tralia had lost a man th memory ot The Smallest Watch ifi the World GBIIM HEBALD kim I12IL the sake the giver n num sub uuguii juoiiy cnensn yhen tho news of the accident was We have been incliambirs togeth Â¬ Two or three months afterward I re- Â¬ a published in the city it occasioned er he resumed A snibll SFEXCKst COOPER Publi 4ifcr for more than seven turned to England Lady Raven who rich velvet gold penholder resting in great excitement casej lay on a jewelers show Several of Sir yeru I shant like losing your for some trae had been in impoverished James1 former colleagues And - ry y1 - -- rod lattersy bat T Is ths on most aaed Tms Chinese lauggg ia uevsral boa company Laughter fe the psvt nutas piaster Maxinff every burden Uglni Turning sadness Into gladness Darkest hour to May dawn bright III the deepest and the cheapest Cure for ius fefthiisdescnpiion Butfor thobe that wonmcf s aelr to UseDr Pierces Favorite Prescription Cures all weaknesses and irregularitfe TippECAtfcgBr ijgTONIC f BIT TBR S i Sensattett -- r sti Constitutional Tonic vnt ipj 111 S75 A MONTH 4 I 1- li - essa 1 a paisefeieni Â¬ -- OUR DRUGGIST c -- - - Ayers -- j ndr I r tbt qh N- - - -- i -- Â¬ -- Ayers SarsaparIIIa5 -- rar HLIS 1 l- 1 A x x fcXACUl M T k -- -- CMHEH Â¬ I i i Slg -- 11 v -- JL cnro w m Wt r a i i Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ mm mm P i WITHOUT MONEY WITHOUT PRICE - - 17- I gcu-tlenia- n- -- Â¬ -- -- hospital - - V- m v Inn -- --- -- 1 1 4f t- - I 1 1 Â¬ old-fashi- on I CURE FITS LE PAGES LIQUID CLUE -- 4S nrCd -- 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