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Vtegi vs s- - r- 3 - 4 iT MftV-a - - V j l- - 3 jfjSuH C fc THE Owner atnd Editor Hazel Green Herald THE HERALD OlT - r- - t- - CT -- - SPEHCER COOPER A ITOLSY WORLD WITH 3STEWS rROI AXL ATIOSTS 100 A YEAR Always in AdvauKe VOLUME - I HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY JUNE 24 the earth This cloud and the air be Â¬ neath it revolve about a central vertical axis with inconceivable rapidity nnd always in a direction contrary to th8 movement of the hands of tt Watch The destructive violence of the storm is sometimes confined to a path a few yards in width as when the small or tail end just touches the earth whfleon the other hand as the body of the cloud lowers more of it rests upon the earth the violence increases and the path widens to the extreme limit of eighty rods The tornado with hardly an ex Â¬ ception Occurs in the afternoon just after the hottest part of the day The hour of greatest frequency is between three and four p m Tornadoes very rarely if ever begin after six p m A tornado commencing about live p m 1885 RUSSIAN NUMBER PRISONS 17 -- i uot be host vou oaa vratch a single headland If you can Botguard a coast 3iero is everything thats noble intbe vSwIcm ndtfee grace r OfiHiaiiing evenr duty whatsoever be your place FIND YOUR LEVEL You can be e fishing shallop if you can not be Sfeip 3f you can oi be a lighthouse be at least a tallow dip Tou cau bo a valiant soldier tbouch you may Ton will ftHathaiyou aro blinded long before tbe day fc dQtie Better be tie hufcle Jimpet that Is safe whereer 1 If you spend the day in plate and in staring at the sua S Sve oe Bwif ovs perermust creep swallo saw a turtle try ABiJW fc SS11 eagkis soarings wastes wings ecs leap C8 when you iPrs there are to take a -- Tg its thunder- Be content to carry powder in a corner of the tort JTyou can pot rule an army with a great com- manders skill Xou can Are a common musket In obedience TO BIS Will ETrLKJat 8 EiB8Tlo compass in the ship however great ifeiat2Vet Snd Eailaber olds a Portion of -- if Jou can not be a Paixhan with ous report 2fever try to hold a bushel if designed to hold a peck wOHtreach the cranes and camels with your half an Inch of neck Never try to race with dolphins if you can not even swim Or to chalfca re hawks for vision if your eyes be old ana dim acversproad a rain of butterover fifty yards of bread Or attempt with penny trumpets to awaken tip the dead Kot every stick of timber that is fit to make a mast Not every structure bullded is a Pyramid to Not every piece of music is an anthem or a - psalm ot every growing sapling that is pine or Toty palm every letgrace mossy atom has its own peculiar And each its perfect usefulness or beauty in its place These truths are old and hoary yet we need them every day To reconcile our longings to the limits of our vay uSHi only true philosopher is he who learns content Though quartered in a palace or but sheltered inJiistnt Whose cheerful soul is ready to encompass wsatltcan JScr vex itself in criticising Gods eternal plan f The secret of the journey is to know and bear its length ymTrstiSIefforfc is to j Aeceptimr what isgiven you with the patience that but asks The Trnowlcuge for its purpose and the cour age for its tasks Content to struggle bravely and with honor in the strife WheJSier called to lead or follow on the battle Â¬ fields of life -- W5r ask no higher mission than successfully to teach The vanity if grasping for the things beyond our reach Of wasting modest talent in ambitions use- less fret but bitter failure and the ashes of reÂ¬ CTJBcap what is in thee and to be a noble man Know first then do thy duty in the Great Eternals plan We a Facts shalt thou know contentment and content- ipents rich Increase eessings and a spirit in Sniwed with peaco A dearth of disappointments and of hours Pride perplexed jealousies heartburnings that so many UI T lives have vexed When dead though Prince or peasant tis enough that they should ten He knew his place und purpose each duty welU Edcnr Jones in Current s -So and-nef-formed JTOMADOES West Some of Their Peculiarities in the Relating to ThU Wen Defined Species of Storm Which Are of Special Interest to Dwellers In Country Places Time will only determine whether this will be a good year for tornadoes or not The destruction caused by them during the past few seasons has created much alarm in the districts where they have been the most frequent ndJwhere they have resulted in caus Â¬ ing the loss of many lives and much valuable property-- The prevalence of tornadoes in some places has made cautious people reluctant to become residents of them as no person wishes to locate in a place where life and prop- Â¬ erty are rendered insecure by the action of the elements During the past few seasons the signal office of our War Department has made a special study of tornadoes and has endeavored to collect all the fact3 attainable in rela Â¬ tion to the places where they are mot likely to occur the conditions of their formations premonitory signs of their appearance and the character of tor- Â¬ nado clouds and motions It has also made investigations in relation to the best means of affording protection All from them to life and property tins information has been compiled by General Hazen Chief Signal Service Officer and published by the authority of the Secretary of War Following are some of the important facts set forth in the report which are of special interest iofarmers and others living in the coun Â¬ Inmtke United States the terms cy- Â¬ clone tornado ttnd hurricane aro freÂ¬ quently interchanged in ordinary con- Â¬ versation and in the minds of nine tenths of the people these terms mean orieand the same thing This is not altogether surprising considering the want of systematic instruction in ac- Â¬ curate meteorological knowledge and the general in disposition of intelligent minds to speculate about the weather J5ut in fact the tornado of the United States is a well dehhed species of storm differing in many points from hurri- Â¬ canes cyclones and thunder storms and it is the only one that will now Tie considered Omittng consideration of the torna Â¬ does so called by Portuguese and Span Â¬ ish navigators on the African coast and confining our attention to the United States it is believed that these storms are nossessed of the following prom inent characteristics The general di reetionof Tnovoment of the tornado is invariably from a point in the south irant to a point in Jho The tornado cloud a 6 rrraas thefornxof a funnql the email Vifld- - drawing near to or resting upon try wha north--etstjnam- nt may continue its characteristic violence until nearly eight p m which means only that the tornado cloud may be traveling after six p m or after seven p in but it does not deve- Â¬ lopthat is make its appearance for the first time after those hours Out sido of the area of destruction at times oven along the immediate edge the smallest objects often remain undisturbed although at a few yards distant the largest and strongest buildings aro crushod to pieces At any point along the storms path where there is oppor- Â¬ tunity afforded the tornado cloud to dis play its power the disposition of the debris present unmistakable signs of an action of the wind such as might be called a rotation from the right through the front to the left around the center The destructive power of the wind in- Â¬ creases steadily from the circumference of the storm to its center Observations with a single isolated barometer will not indicate the approach of a tornado however near the position of the insrument to the path of the storm but such observations are of value when a number are displayed on the daily weather map The torna- Â¬ do seaon is embraced between the first of April and the first of bep ember The months of greatest frequency aro June and July There are however instances in a long seres of ears where tornadoes have been reported in everv month of the j ear Taking the whole United States together it is found that the region of greatest average frequency per year per square mile embraces the following States Georgia uiauu iowB ivansas iuissouri unio On the day of the storm and for sev-Â¬ eral hours previous to the appearance of the tornado cloud what indications of its probable formation and approach are within the comprehension of an or- Â¬ dinary observer and can readily be detected by him A sultry oppressive condtion of the atmosphere described by various observers as follows I really experienced a sickly sensation under the influence of the suns rays 44 1 was compelled to stop work on ac- Â¬ count of the peculiar exhaustion ex- Â¬ perienced from plrysical exertion It seemed as if the lightest garments that I could put on were a burden to There was not a breath of air me1 The air at times came stirring in pufls as from a heated furnace1 1 felt a want of breath tho4urfre auentlv aDDearnaioo rsirifiod to 4TCftfif6fiVRly 1 was startled at the sudden and continued rise in the thermometer especially at this season of the year It was terribly op- Â¬ pressive it seemed as if the atmosphere was unusually heavy aud press- in down on me with a great weight Enough exampes have been cited to indicate the effects and signs of this oppressive sultriness Other signs may be found in the development and peculiar formation of the clouds fn he western horizon Sometimes thee peculiar clouds evtend from the south- Â¬ west through the west by the north to the northwest More frequently how- Â¬ ever they form in the northwest and southwest sometimes commencing fir t in the former quarter and then again in tl e latter but in either case they sire equally significant The marked pecu- Â¬ liarity of the couds is found to occur not only in the form but in the color and character of development The sudden appearance of ominous clouds first in the southwest and then almost immediately in the northwest or northeast or perhaps reversed in the order of their appearance generally attracts the attention of the most casual observer In almost all caes these premonitory clouds are unlike any ordinary formation If they are light their appearance resembles smoke issuing from a burning building or straw stack rolling upward in fantas ic shape to great heights sometimes thty arc like a fine mist or quite white lik fog or steam Some persons describe these light clouds as at times apparent Â¬ ly iridescent or glowing as if a pale whitish light issued from their irregular surfaces If the premonitory clouds are dark and present a deep greenish hue this fairly lorebodes very great evil So crusty I think your intercourse with also if they appear jet black from the your fellow men would be a lfttle more One more center to circumference or if this deep conducive to true piety A example ought not to be omitted set color appears only at the center little girl came up to the counter saying gradually diminishing in intensity as the outer edges of tne cloud or bank of that her grandmother had sent her for clouds are approached Sometimes two shillings worth of sugar but she Fred these dark clouds instead of appearing was unable to sav what kind hpnw massM rnll tin Itnrht- - after a moments reflection commenced in solid nnd ly but still intenselv black like the I weighing out the saccharine product I think we can fix you out moke from an engine or locomotive saving with something that will make your burning soft coal xhey have been deAnd so on to the end scribed as of a purple or bluish tinge granny elated or at times possessed of a strange livid of the chapter As already intimated Fred is a ness or frequently dark green and pleasant honest appearing boy giving again of an inky blackness that fairly in his personnel no sign of tho wretch startles one with its intensity Another and invariable sign of the he is His employer is tired and is tornados approach is a heavy roaring anxious to sell out It is enough he which augments in intensity as the tor- says to make the average American nado cloud advances This roaring is disgusted and like Captein Columbus compared to the passage of a heavily break away and try to discover some loaded freight train moving over a new country Detroit Post bridge or through a deep pass or tun- Â¬ The dres reformers arc about pa- Â¬ nel or as heard on damp mornings rtitioning fashion magazines to cease the when the sound is very clear and loud At times the roaring has been so violent publication of colored plates which that persons have compared it to the the v claim give such a distorted appear simultaneous rush of ten thousand am e to womans figure The unduly Again the roaring is smali wasts and hign heels are partic trains of cars likened to the low rumbling of distant nlarly objectionable and a sticng ef- thunder The varying intensitv of the lorc 1S IO oe miue to induce pnysicians roar as- her rfinresentod is finnnrpntlvJ and women Of high social Standing to v J due to the lack of uniformity in the lend their names to the furtherance of positions of the various observers with their suppression A Y Graphic respect to the advancing tornado cloud A town in Buffalo County D T Those situated nearest the cloud other things being equal experience the loud- Â¬ has been named in honor of the first est roar while to thoe at greater dis- Â¬ lady resident Siade Mrs Slade was tances the noise is proportionately nearly killed in a cj clone there in 183 Deliver Tribune weaker In any event however the pecu-iiarly-fornipd Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lllinoii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MISSES DRESSES noise is sufficiently peculiar and dis tinct to creae alarm and as a means of The Clothing Worn by Girls from EvrelTe Warning should not be overlooked un Â¬ to Slctecn Years Old der any pretext Young girls from twelve to sixteen The tornado cloud is generally years of age have adopted the Spanish speaking at its first formation funnel shaped that is to say it topers from or Eton jacket as a part of their spring thetop downward not always in the and summer dresses and this with an same degreo with every appearance of under waist a kilt skirt and sash the oloud but the lower end of it the part neatest the earth is invariably the drapery makes up the popular design smallest and this too whatever may for woollen suits and for those of sur In many dresses the be the inclination of the central ais of rah or foulard the cloud to the vertical or plumb line jacket hangs loose in front over a vest As seen in different po itions and stages and the back is closely fitted like a basque this is very becoming to im- Â¬ of development by various observers located differently the tornado cloud mature figures especially if there is a plaited or gathered vest shown where has been calle I balloon shapd Â¬ trail the jacket fronts fall open A very egg shaped basket shaped ing on the ground like the tail of an simple drop trimming which is some- Â¬ times passementerie pendants set on enormous kite of bulbous form like an elephants trunk etc In fie at intervals edges the jacket front majority of instances however observ- Â¬ The closely strung buttons like those ers describe the cloud as appearing lke of English officers mess coats aro in an upright funnel When the small end great favor for edging these jackets of the cloud just reaches to the earth and indeed for bordering the vest fronts and basques of various dresses Brass the violence of its whirl causes a buttons steel bronze and jet are used cloud of dust and finely divided debris around which play small for this purpose in small sizes round gatherings of condensed vapor To ap- and slightly pointed in the middle The pearance- now the tornado cloud hat ecru mohairs with brown braid and two heads one on the surface of drop trimmings are made with the the earth and the other in the sky the square jacket front and those of darkei bodies of each joining in mid air and brown mohair have an ecru vest blue taporlng both ways with the smallest mohair is made up with a gathered vest diameter at ther junction In other of red or of ecru silk The kilted skirt words the cloud now assumes the shape is laid in small plaits only an inch wide of an hour glas and the lower portion and the apron may be pointed to one displays extraordinary destructive vio- Â¬ side and have a pointed back drapery lence This hist and niotfatil form made by plaiting to the belt both the of the tornado cloudjis fortunately not a top and one side of a breadth of double constant feature of the storm The torna- Â¬ width woollen goods The sash effects do cloud is constantl chaugin j from the are however more girlish and are hour glass form to that of the upright made by drawing a single breadth of fiK3l or some o her intermediate narrow material across the front and shape prevously referred to The vari- Â¬ hips and arranging it behind in two ous gradations of form not any of loops and long ends Sometime the which however atleet the stereotyrod sash is of wide ribbon and merely relation between th sie of top and crosses the front dropping in loops and bottom number some twenty five or ends on the left side the back drapery thirty so far as ruliiMe information has is then of the dress material Another been secured upon ths p iut Thee fancy is that of having an Eton jacket variation- - of form depend upon the pe- of cloth of light quality and of dark culiar movements of the whirling cur- Â¬ color while the dress beneath is of rents of air within and about the torna- Â¬ lighter color or in large checks or do cloud the direction of the currents fi tripes thus a navy blue serge jacket beinrj outlined to the eye by the singu- Â¬ with silvered buttons edging will be lar disposition of the rapidly condensing worn over a shepherds checked wool of blue white aud black or a brown masses of vapor St Louis cloth Eton jacket edged with gilt but- Â¬ tons will be worn with ecru mohair or light brown and white checked wool tOUTHJUL DEPRAVITY Striped woollens are also much used Extraordinary Development in the Way for skirts of nurses dresses as they re- Â¬ of Torturing the Queens English quire no plaiting or llouncing and are About a year ago a boy of the merely gathered slightly to the founda- Â¬ African persuasion about fourteen tion skirt not at the waist but just years old obtained employment in the high enough for the overskirt drapery to conceal the top ot it The basque general utility department of a family and overskirt are then of solid color grocery store in the lower section of Harpers Bazar Grand River avenue Fred as he was called for short soon rose to the A NOBLE BOY of the de- Â¬ position of sergeant-at-arm- s The Motive for Johnnys livery wagon putting in his spare time Hon in doling out allspice codfish and Therc was no doubt but that Johnny molasses to those hungering and thirst- Â¬ Fizzletop was the laziest and most mis- Â¬ ing for goods of those patterns Being chievous boy in tho whole school a bright pleasant looking lad prompt-nrwl nnnnmninrliiny he was to ail ap- - Whenever anything went wrong John- Â¬ wi ivvimmuiiviu- on the high road to farther ny was sure to be blamed for it One Ptjaran promotion but it seems he could not day the school teacher missed his spec- Â¬ bear prosperty In an evil hour he be- Â¬ tacles He remembered having put came no one can divine how addicted them on the desk but a few minutes be Â¬ to the detestable vice of punning a fore He threatened to punish the practice tacitly supposed to be con- Â¬ whole school in case the spectacles fined to persons who have been longer were not forthcoming exposed to the taint of evil associa- Â¬ Now boys for the last time I tell tions especially those who have cros ed you whoever took those spectacles to the confines of second childhood The to come foiward and own that he did first known manifestation of the trait it If he doesnt the whole class will occurred a few weeks ago upon the oc- Â¬ be kept in for an hour after school he casion of a customer inquiring of the said excitedly youth if the concern had any oil on There was silence for a few min- Â¬ sale Well1 was the response I utes and then Johnny held up his should smoil The sensibilities of hand and asked in an uncertain sort his emploer quite naturally received of voice what the boy who took the a severe shock from the hapless dis- Â¬ spectacles would get covery but he silently nursed his grief A good sound licking thundered The same customer ventured the in- Â¬ the teacher quiry whether it would be consistent to Please sir I took the spectacles ask the loan of a small can wherewith said Johnny to convey half a gallon of the oleagin- Â¬ A painful scene ensued At last the ous fluid to his home Bestowing a fur- Â¬ teacher got through and out of breath tive glance upon the customer the em was about to take his seat when the bno merchant responded Sonv folks door opened and his servant entered can and some folks cant Insde of bringing the spectacles two or throe days at least a score of You left the spectacles at home similar sallies were projected To a said the servant and I thought I gentleman who solicited informaton as would bring them over as you cant to the cause of an appreciation of one see well without them cent in the alue of cheese the reply What The spectacles exclaimed was that he couldnt think of anything the school teacher veiy much aston- Â¬ in particular that had occurred it was ished He did not think only a whey it had Yes there were his spectacles beyond it reasonable to expect the price of eggs a doubt Just at this moment Johnny to fluctuate with that of breadstufis as broke out into a dismal wail saying their consumers unlike thoe of the between sobs latter commodity were not sub ects of O Lordy O Lordy and I have Upou the oceisiou of been licked for them very spectacles a foreign yolk one of the daily visits of a lender of But Johnny said the astonished pes who was rather disposed to put on school teacher how did you come to Not to say you took the specs It is a noble airs he quietly remarked mince matters I would beg leave to im- trait in your character ray boy to sac- Â¬ part a valuable piece of information rifice yourself for the good of the whole If you were not quite so short and class particularly when you are inno- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ulobc-Dcui-ocr- at Sclf-AbncK- a- -- Â¬ why I said I took the exclaimed JoSnny What is the reason asked the teacher If I hadnt said I did it explained Johnny I would have been kept in with the whole class and when Im kept in 1 dont get any dinner and weve got pudding for dinner to day Texas Siftings specs An Experiment in Pomology cent Thats not Â¬ Â¬ j I I v p J- -- j Asa S Curtis of Stratfprd has on his homestead lot an apple tree of the Rhode Island greening variety upon which he has been experimenting for the last nine years The tree like many others of this specie had formed a habit of bearing everv other year wth no signs of blossoms or fruit in the intervening year In the spring of lS7b Mr Curtis began his experiment by picking off all the blossom bud- - Tue next was an off year and no olossoms appeared but m 1878 the tree was again filled with buds Again the buds were picked and again in 1879 the tree showed its obstinacy by refusin- to In 180 1882 and 188 Tfuil blossom blows were nipped in the bud by Mr Curtis and in 1881 and 1883 the tree showed no signs of bing conquered This year however the year when no blossoms should have appeared the tree is completely-- covered with bloom buds ami m a weeks time a full blow will reward Mr Curtis and prove his theory that trees may be made to bear in the off year to be trua Hartford Times - PERSONAL AND LITERARY The Style That Prevails in tho City oi Tho Horrors of tho Ifate Itesctetl u Mrs Tom Thumb now the Count Â¬ Political Prisoners Milwaukee ess Magri wcars for shoes a ehUds When an accused Nihilist is sentenced No 5 and the Count wears a child Literature said Mr Ho wells in congratulate No 8 an article that raised a hubbub in En Â¬ to Siberia his friends Mrs Elizabeth Granger of Pitls our each other and say that their beloved gland has become a finer art in field Mass who has been a widow prisoner was born under a lucky star day than it was with Dickens and seventy five years celebrated her one Tho same may he said And veil they may hard as is the fate hundredth birthday anniversary re-Thackeray of burglary It is to be regretted that of exiles to the land of cold and mis Â¬ cently the good name of the profession of ery of brutal task masters and cruel Robert Colly er says the scieutifio housebreaking has suffered considerably punishments when they think of the length of a sermon is thirty miniites in the estimation of all persons whoe Central Prison where in 1S78 the po Â¬ If a man has anyth ng at all worth opinion is worth having because of cer-Â¬ litical prisoners enforced a demand to saying he can say it in that time with Â¬ tain accompanying acts that appeared be treated as well as mnrderers bv re out repeating himself A marked spirit of deferential Rightlv or fusing to eat anything whatever until to border on violence courtesy is shown by the more impor wlinm attached it-- their claim was given attention a resoÂ¬ wrongly a Icinr rf UUll tant of the English reviews In treating self to that arduous calling to such an lution they maintained for eight davs of the works or personality of American extent that thoughtful parents hesitated and nights or worse still of the literary men who have won their spurs- about advising their sons to enter on an famous fortress of Peter and Paul Chi ago Current undertaking that has been looked upon From Peter and Paul three letters The Empiror of Germany has con- Â¬ There is no written in the prisoners blood have ferred upon Minnie Hauk the honorary as tolerably lucrative other profession that offers such ad- reached the outside world and Stepniak title of Imperial Chamber Singer a vantages in the way of collecting val Â¬ has held them in his baud After read- Â¬ d st nation shared by only three other uable and articles of un ing one does not wonder that exile and foagn prima donnas Adelina PattL doubted usefulness as the profession of death are eagerly sought in preference Jeuny Lind Goldschmidt and burglary This of itself would make to this imprisonment The extracts we the ousiness one congenial to the culti- Â¬ make tell but little of the story There The Bible revisers base their conÂ¬ vated mind yet strange a it may ap Â¬ are details of outrage and of enforced fidence in the ultimate general accept pear it is stated on good authority that life in cells reeking with cormpton aP on the prece Â¬ of the new burglars are not admitted into the best most too horrible to repeat Here is a aie afforded in version the history of the King dent society in Boston or New York unless picture of the condemned cells Teal version which came Into gen-Â¬ they come in by the usual business en underground vaults dark at noonday Jameuse despite the fact that it was not eral trance of an uulocked uoor or a pneu and infested with loathsome vermin The small Windows are on a level received by the generation contempo Â¬ open window production Chicago Thus many of our best young men with the river which overflows them raneous with its when the Neva rises The thick iron Current are deterred from entering a profession Some of the ephemeral poets of a which affords tremendous advantages bars of the grating covered with d rt shut out most of the little light that else generation or two ago who fluttered to the skillful and ingenious simply ie cause of the social drawbacks that such might filter through these holes If tho and soared aloft on not over strong a choice of occupation involves It may rays of the sun never enter the cells of pinions are nearly forgotten by readers be said that the night work necessitated the upper floor it may easily bs imag Â¬ of the present day Among them was and the personal danger attendant on ined what darkness reigns below The GrcnvKIe Mellen who wrote so many a diligent prosecution of this industry walls are moldering and dirty water temperance lyrics that he acquired the But aqueous nielcnanie of water ineloni has much to do with its neglect It is continually drops from them Boston Budget held for instance that the law affords most terrible are the rats In the brik floors large holes have been left open Tho story is denied tuafc Orpheus equal and somewhat similar oppor- Â¬ in straitened curcuiasfctnces tunities and that the law is a profession for the rats to pass through I express C Kerr Nothing One who knows him savs of Mr NewelL that can be followed by daylight and myself thus intentionally that the risk of encountering stray parÂ¬ would be easier than to block up t icse that he 1 not oldr but on the con- ticles of lead is not so great as in the holes ami yet the reiterated demands trary young hale merry and the deÂ¬ Still of the prisoners have alwavs been light of a charming tirele of which his kindred pursuit of burglary no social ban and j passed by unnoticed so that the rats family is the center and most devotedt lawyers are under r i i so untili recently law uas ioeen pre- - enter by scores try to climb upon the to him In other words Orpheus C beds and to bite the prisoners It is in Kerr lives an ideal life he writes when ferred to burglarv Tho reason for the ill odor of burg Â¬ these hideous dungeons that the con- Â¬ he pleases and besides his family who lary is not far to seek Burglars have demned to death spend their last hours adore him he has many friends been too lax in the observance of those IvViatkovsky Presniakoff and Soukanoff Chicago Tribune Dr Allibone is the veteran literateur little acts of politeness and courtesy passed their last nights here At the that so largely tend to soften human present moment among others there is of America At the age of thirty four intercourse The new school of burg- Â¬ a woman with a little child at her he began his Dictionary of Authors lary will do much to change this order breast This is Jakimova Night and which may almost be termed his life of things At present Ibis improved day she watches over her babe lest he work since it gave him occupation for method is being tried with great suc- should be devoured by the rats cighteen years His only assistant in Aud here finally is a gbmpse of the this task was his wife who copied the The case of Mr cess in Milwaukee Ray has already been referred to in treatment of the sick among whom manuscript notes to the extent of 2000Ov are horrors that defy description that pages of foolstuip- - This work contains these columns and since then the teleonly the pen of a Dante could adequate- Â¬ 3140 double columns and includes a graph brings the account of another Oh if you could see our list of 47000 writers and such a pro Â¬ burglary in ther same city where the ly portray sick exclaims the writer of the blood duction shows its authors enthusiastic burglar maintained a demeanor of the A year ago they were love of literature iVI Y Tribune utmost politeness towards his client written letter young healthy and robust Now thev lie went on the principle that in smali affairs like thee the expression if you are bowed and decrep t old men hard Â¬ HUMOROUS please a particularly gentlemanly tone ly able to ualk Several of them ran rise from their beds Covered with implants and no doubt so thought not Tho tramp is of the gonns that the sisters and the cousins and the vermin and eaten up with scurvy they meats by chance Yonkcrs Gazette aunts of tbe Milwaukee man whose emit an odor Lke that of a corpse There are poems unwritten and it mav be But is there no doctor lt6usevwTtstbfoJif4ventoried at the time Yes says an edi- Â¬ Instead of putting the muzzle of a pistol asked and What is heidgina alltbisv jQngs unsung -ft issthijthat reconciles us to Yes there is a doctor there tor to a mans car aud flashing a dark time are even two doctors One however Ufe lantern under his nose the burglar of He An Omaha doctor kisses his wife the future will gently wake the man of is past fourscore and past work to the fortress only occasionally seventy live times a day Trying to conies the house and say to him The other is young and probably kiud kill her probably eminent authorities Excuse me sir for troubling you but the fact is that I am looking for enough in intention but not very reso Â¬ say that kissing is deleterious to health Loioell Citizen some little things here and am rather lute in character and standing in great When awe of the officers of the- jail Dear me said a lady in Fifth unacquaintedwiththelay of the house How the Tne nrm being suddenly awakened he visits hs patients he is invariably ac Â¬ avenue the other evening companied by a brace of gensdarmes china craze is growing Heres a New may so tar forget himself as to make remarks that in cooler moments he lest he1 should surreptitiously convey York club that is paying 3000 for a Albany Times would regret but these the polished letters to prisoners He enters a cell pitcher with a troubled countenance as if hs 11 take no notice of burglar w What makes the rain growl so were afraid of something never goes loud mamma Excuse my seeming inquisitive asked little Joe hva ness he will remark blandly but further than the threshold much less thunder storm Another smali friend would you be so kind as to Inform me approaches the sick mans bed or under similar circumstances said that makesnny examination of him feels hi3 she was afraid of the quick sunshine- where you keep your cjish Thus the necessary business pertain Â¬ pulse or looks at his tongue After N Y Independent ing to a visit of this kind can be trans- Â¬ asking a few questions he delivers his - Miss Miggs I hope my dear acted with decorum and pleasure to verdict which is almost always couched that you dont go to the theater alone For your illness in the same words both parties No Indeed- - I never think No mercy is shown Esteile there is no cure It is not too much to hope that in the of going unless I am chaperoned tho near future the occupation of burglary even to the mad says another of how Miss Miggs Unless you are what you may imagine may be sosysterautied that every burgÂ¬ letters and Miss Migg5 Chaperoned Esteile such there lar will have a certain number of clients many are not sentare in our Golgotha That is the way with me I always to any asylum but and that the pol test burglar will have Thcy rakes around like to have shut up in their cells and kept in order Magazine a chap the greatest number By strict atten- Â¬ tion to business and by respectful treat- Â¬ with whip and scourge Often you A man in tho smoking car on a ment a burglar may amass a large hear down below you or at some little Danbury Norwalk Railway train thi amount of wealth As he rolls past in distance the sound of heartrending morning leaned over to the man who his carriage admiring friends will say shrieks cries and groans It is some sat in front of him and said Have There goes De Winton who has the wretched lunatic who is being flogged you a match Yes but I haint got Stepniak burglary monopoly on some of the into obedience was the prompt reply any cigar finest houses on Wo id ward avenue Then you cant want the match The Coming Cholera The system may be extended so that said the first manr sweetly Danbury one burglar will have the professional There is a general expectation that Ct Xcics etiquette not to encroach on anothers Asiatic cholera is on its march around A Galveston mendicant was In the territory If by mistake he enters a calling at the office of a local house out of his bailiwick the proprie- Â¬ the world It has reappeared in Spain habit ofand receiving a small sum on lawyer tor will merely ay Beg your pardon has made its appearance in Southern account of former acquaintance Last Russia and in all probability before but De Winton does all my burglary called as usual and tho intruder with profuse apolo- this meets the readers eye will be week the mendicant I cant assist you the lawyer said but gies will at once withdraw heard of in different parts of Central any longer as Ive got a wife now and burg Â¬ The effect of the new school of Â¬ the money can lay my hands lary on the professional in general and houthern huropu Jases may ap need all Well now I thats just coming our own Atlantic seaboard by on ought to be very great and it is much pear on but there does not seem it a little too strong Here you actual Â¬ to the credit of a small Western town midsummer go and get married at my expense r like Milwaukee that the ethics of that very much danger that it will penetrate ly Texas Siftings important branch of industry should far inland this year There is no cure At a station down in Indiana the have been first put into practice there for cholera A certain proportion of those attacked die no matter what the Lake Shore Company omploys a lady Detroit Free Press treatment People who live on hilly or ticket agent She is a good agent and tip land dry regions generally escape attends closely to her business hut she A Big Advantage its ravages while it is more apt to pre- Â¬ is a woman stilL The other day a lady vail along the line of water courses traveler stepped up to the ticket wii How do you like your new home and where the soil is saturated with dow and inquired about a train that Mrs Gazatem Will the train be moisture A cholera scare is not with- Â¬ was a little late she aked meaning if it would a charming place out its good effects It leads to a gen Â¬ long Splendid Its was liable arriving up in Im so glad to hear it for I was eral cleaning by the every locality People belong in of the fair Oh yes agent ticket pestilence to be visited the reply afraid you wouldnt like it live more carefully and the final re- Â¬ longer than last season butpvithout On what account sult is that more lives are really saved so many ruffles around the- - edge Why the church across the way It from other diseases than are destroyed Chicago Herald- would be an annoyance to some by the prevailing pestilence Ihose Why thats just what makes the who wish to preserve their homes from His Father Taught Him to my notion its ravages would do well to pay atten- Â¬ fdace so lovely according privilege I never enjoyed before tion to the disinfectants employed Complaint was brought to ColqneL for without taking the trouble to dress Some of these compounds merely serve Fizzletopjthat his boy Johnny had at and go out I can peep through the to neutralize bad smells This can on Dallas Boule blinds and look at the fashions till my generally be much better done by sun- Â¬ tacked and beaten much smaller boy than him-Â¬ nd if I want to grit my light and pure air than by chemical vard a eyes ache teeth I can do it and nobodys the means Clean your houses remove self TheColonel took Johnny aside with wiser Its perfectly splendid and the waste of your family tp a distance and had Or private conversation strap joint discussion a makes a body fuol as contented as a ventilate your rooms and then if you him in which AT Y wax figure in a show window employ any disinfectants let them be played an Important -part Til teach you to- strike a smaller Herald Keep such as will destroy germ life watch over your out houses cesspools boy than Yourself Thats so sobbed Johnny thats A gentleman in Lyon County four-Â¬ and wells always bearing in mind the just what you are doing teen years ago married a lady with a fact that the cholera poison isenerally What do you mean your youngs little daughter by a former husband disseminated by liquids rather than by DemoresCs sMinn shouted the enraged oarenfc of air After twelve years he obtained a di- Â¬ the currents I mean- pa you taught me to whip vorce from his wife and soon after marÂ¬ Monthly little hoys- You are bigger thaaIfC ried her daughter The fun of it all is wedding in America was nnd von haveheen whipping meiercEJf The first in the fact that the divorced wito now j so I lives wth herdaugh- - that of Edward Wilson and Savannah since I can rememtfer whip boys litlferl his mother-in-lafor me to Boston was all right j White at Plymouth in 1621 ter and husband and all are as haj Texas znjimgx than myself rf Journal as quails Hartford Kan Call BURGLARY v Â¬ bric-a-br- ac Artol-Padirl- aÂ¬ Â¬ -- - -- Â¬ Â¬ JrV K w thortrl - rru r h- - -jrVjtzr wfceW WMWLjugr 9fTj--- i t j ittiiwt - c-- - ob - 3gSp- - o a - i 4 i 4 fe i - t 4 t - - V s n 1 I THE KENTUCKY UNIONv arranged at this junction Eight acres Prospects of the Road Very lettering of good level land is furnished with all James R Maris of the Danville Ad-a Year Always in Advance necessary material for switching etc The Bourbon Subscription x vocate has McCloy is proud of line safest way j Theregistered to transmit money by at Danville been appointed post master paoKGTos June 15 Meeting Mr Mrhas surveyed justlyconsiders itthe first he and as ail is by letter post office mon Green ep order or draft on Cincinnati Money sent Dr R M Adair a dentist of Mt SterÂ¬ the KentuckyPhelps Dodge President of class in every particular ok this way rill be at our risk ling formerly of Paris died suddenly of correspndent Union railroad The Post This company has not only thoroughly interviewed nim with re- Â¬ surveyed this line but has securea by heart disease on the 15th gard to tae positi6n and prospects of the purchase in Entered at the Hazel Green PostoiSec as the counties through which Twenty six bran new physicians were enterprise He commenced by saying the line is to run over 500000 acres of second class mall matter on the 15th instv turned loose at LouisÂ¬ he had ridden from Clay ville with license to physic the people chester m one hour and a City to Win Â¬ valuable coal and timber lands These quarter Col lands lie mostly in the counties of Breath- Â¬ SPENCER COOPER Editoe The Temains of a woman with the i XX XOUnpr VTnoniacrlArt f It J itt Perry Â¬ of which head severed from the body and the low- Â¬ had before ridden from Clay City to ly said in and Letchergeological it is tru the State reports HAZEL GREEN KY er limbs amputated at the body were junction ou tne Unesa Strata of iron ores underlie found packed in a barrel by some boys peake and Ohio road in 43 minutes The their entirecoal and The hills are cover- Â¬ tYEDNESDAY JUNE 24 1885 surface 13 miles of road though not completely ed with in Beargrass Creek fine timber springs impregnated Stephen and Milton Holliday two ballasted is in regular running order with salt aud other minerals abound the JLijJEi carrying out lumber from a thousand peo The pie everyidLililbAiil circulation is In Â¬ aged bachelor brothers living at Hay Mills and taking freight the Red River streams are stocked with fish week and its for the people soils are adapted to corn tobacco and dens Corner in Clark county on the creasing with each Issue it is therefore 15th became involved in a quarrel when in Red River Valley The prospects of sheep grazing THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM ia Eastern Kentucky and the rates are Stephen shot and seriously injured Mil- Â¬ the road never looked better Some of Such are the advantages the possibili Â¬ the best men in the country including ties and the future of a region to only afeont half those charged ty others ton which a local family newuapess do not capitalists of New York and Chicago and to improve which is Kentuckysreach best A Pres Kimball who had received the in any degree compare with mTTT TTTD lJdLEi iljliJAjAJjJL unanimous nomination of the Democrats are interesting themselves in the entei opporunity to help herself More atten- Â¬ and negotiations are on foot to car-Â¬ tion to the common weal less friction for representative from Fayette has re prise enterprise ry the to and bevond Jackson with our neighbor less fighting less ma Â¬ tired from the race to accept a position thought the under Gen Robinson in the revenue to He road would Bourbon subscription ligning more wholesome general cooper-Â¬ the be decided as valid by ation in a purpose to be thrifty enterpris-Â¬ For Representative from Montgomery service the Court of Appeals which will hold a ing and progressive is what we need Menifee Powell and Wolfe counties The prisoners in jail at Lancaster last special session He could not speak offi Â¬ and the sooner Louisville leads the rest DRURY S COPSEY week hred that institution under the cially in regard to Lexington securing the of the State by putting the ball in mo- Â¬ that the jailer would Independent Republican Ticket impression but they only succeeded fire road but could say personally that tion the better for all Progress them out in he had from the first considered this Young Men burning their bed clothes and will now the great railway center Kead This Eor Representative find their fates harder than before by had at first located here and therefore Dr FELIX M THOMAS If Lexing Â¬ The Voltaic Belt Company of Mar- Â¬ naving to sicep upon tne naked iioor ton and Fayette county had acted prompt- Â¬ shall Mich offer to send their celebrated Alonzo Fuget an old counterfeiter ly a year ago in the direction of getting Electro Voltaic Belt and other electric Several parties who were offered fair was tried before Commissioner Crail on necessary legislation there would appliances on trial for thirty days to prices for stock here on our last sale day the 15th inst and held in 10000 bail the be no question of men young or old afflicted with nervous now the road and refused to sell took their stock to He had sented a farm near Lexingtod as this way Even now it may not coming debility and all kindred troubles Also be too Mt Sterling and either sold at a sacrifice a blind preparatory to operations When late for Clark and Fayette counties for rheumatism neuralgia paralysis and such action as outfit oriad no offer at all We heard of one arrested a complete counterfeiters Fuget to take Bourbon Clark will overcome many other diseases Complete restora- Â¬ was found and the officers didnt that of only gives right tion to health and vigor guaranteed No instance in particular Mr Thos Watts to note the fact of way should the road come to Lexing- Â¬ risk is incurred as thirty days trial is al- Â¬ of Breathitt county was offered 30 for a W B Fleming of Louisville was on ton and that county is in earnest in the lowed Write then at once for illus- Â¬ steers here but would Friday last appointed Associate Judge matter and he believed would give 10 trated pamphlet free pair of not take it and after driving them to on the Supreme Bench of New Mexico 000 in addition to the right of way Clark and Fayette now moving It will be Mt Sterling sold the same at 24 he was prominent remembered that he was a ness like way should there be in a busi- Â¬ PROFESSIONAL applicant for the District At any hitch also offered 1150 per head for some torneyship in this State a short time in the Bourbon vote would secure the M KASH yearling licifers here and after driving since but failed to get there The latter road and in any case might outbid the them there was only ofTered 830 which appointment is equally as good and will opposition ATTORNEY AT LAW The road has a guarantee that 10000 be appreciated by Mr Flemings friends lie did not take A queer money making Hazel Green Ky will be 000 feet Beattyville Enterprise June 17 The when it of lumberJackson shipped over it Will scheme it seems to us but it only proves reaches practice in Wolfe and adjoining coun- Â¬ and assuran- Â¬ that you frequently may go further and hurricane that passed through a part of ces of many large mills being built in ties Collections will receive prompt atten Â¬ the county on the no damage fare worse than by selling here In this beyond filling several8th did full of trees the up country to give that product tion fields connection however we wish to repeat and blowing some across the roads It There are now 180000000 feet of lumber AMUEL McKEE and on Kentucky that the stock which is brought here was very heavy about Wm Ashcrafts raftfcd and atmanufactured its immediate river Jackson and ATTORNEY AT LAW should be in the best condition and the and at the mouth of Middle Fork will neighborhood the road strike the The residence of Wm Johnson on John same sources of supply The coal com- Â¬ No 441 W Jefferson Street owner should be willing to take a reason- Â¬ Abners farm near the mouth of Lower LOUISVILLE KY ably fair price for it There is neither Devels Creek was burned last Wednes- Â¬ panies also guarantee the shipment of 100 car loads bituminous and 50 car loads iPractices in all the State Courts and sense nor justice in a mans asking as day while the family were in the field at of cannel coal as soon as the road reaches special attention given to business of all much here as he would expect at Mt work It is supposed to have caught 22 miles beyond Clay City These are kinds in the United States Courts Sterling lecause the stock sold here must from the fire left after dinner had been supplies worth looking after to say noth- Â¬ K PORTER LACEY cooked Every thing in and about eventually find its way to that market house was lost a thing particularly the ing of the rich iron supply already se- Â¬ reached ATTORNEY AT LAW and those who take it there should have vere at this time of the vear Correspondence of the Courier Journal a reasonable margin for expense labor Winchester Democrat June 17 A lad NOTARY PUBLIC AND EXAMINER OF The entire mountains of the Red River and profits The man who sells here named Welch had his thumb cut off by DEPOSITIONS saves the expense of the trip the risk of a saw in Conns Planing Mill Saturday are filled with iron ore best known as the Red River Car wheel Iron The meas- Â¬ Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY a lad market below and the stock being afternoon His parents live in Hunting- ures increase in thickness as the line ton W son of LYKINS left on his hands and should therefore Alvin Faulkner of Powell county swal- Â¬ progresses and the rising grade of the aUILLIN J M Quill in J C Lykins be willing to allow the buyer a chance to lowed a bean which lodged in its wind- Â¬ river makes them more convenient until the get out on what he buys and make a pipe causiug its death in about two at a distance of 30 miles fromfind Chesa-Â¬ Attorneys nt Law and Real Estate Agents Campton Ky nearly hours The lessees of the penitentiary peake and Ohio railroad we reasonable profit We hope our readers have contracted to mine coal at the Bea on the road level coal 3 to 5 feet in 1 Titles examined taxes paid for will take a common sense view of this yer Creek and Cumberland River mines thickeess Collections a specialty Real Estate The town of Campton county seat of bought and sold on commission Will prac- Â¬ matter and when a reasonable price is of-Â¬ in Pulaski County One hundred and tice in Wolfe and adjoining counties fered for stock sell it Abovf all things ten convicts were carried to Greenwood Wolfe countyis 36 miles from the C and O railroad underlaid with coal In Saturday ready for work Monday if anything is put up at auction let it go Over a hundred hands are now busily en- Â¬ its vicinity is the Hobbs bank 5i JTJR R B GARDNER at what it will fetch Any other course gaged in building new houses about the feet thick excellent bituminous coal PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON will prove disastrous to our market and city The music of the hammer is heard Thence all the way on the waters of from early dawn until sundown Over Devil Creek to the right Stillwater to greatly diminish the benefits that we HAZEL GREEN KY twenty houses are being constructed the left and Holly and Frozen there is now enjoy Between now and next sale with many more to follow Charles abundance of coal on every hand Still- Â¬ Offers his services to the people of Wolfe day Wednesday the 15th day of July Blazer dealer in lumber in this city was water and Frozen have workable veins of and adjoining counties those expecting to sell will have ample arrested and placed in jail at Mt Ver-Â¬ cannel coal of fine quality Crossing at R J M KASH the mouth of Frozen Creek the road time in which to put their stock in good non Rockcastle County last week on a would run 3 miles to the town of Jack- Â¬ chaage a couple condition and we hope they may avail lumber of obtaining pretenses ofA cars of son up the main river under a heavy PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON under false strong themselves of it and have nothing but case will be made agaist him vein of the fattest bituminous coal the Last Tenders his professional services to the All izens of Wolfe and adjoining counties citi the best cattle here We should also like week while the workmen were excava- Â¬ favorite grate coal of Kentucky Offiice at residence on Broadway7 very much to see a lot of fine mules and ting for the foundation of the new enjrine tho wav thf stratum is liist Vvrh pviKffh VuTItpTrjaiently into the cars The houge on Fairfax stroj --fe B -- u horses on the market HAZEL GREEN KY large walnut log at a depth of some ten route from here is all the way through brought here they will command good feet The log was in a perfect state of heavy timber cannel coal and minerals T B TAULBEE M D prices Mr J G Thimble would have preservation although it must have been through Perry and Letcher counties to by way of the HAZEL GREEN KY bought largely of this latter class of stock there for fifty years at least since none Pound Gap Fork 156 miles TroublesomeÂ¬ from Winof our oldest inhabitants could account and North on last sale day if it had been here and for it chester cutting through the center of Physician Surgeon Accoucheur the great cannel coal oed of this conti- Â¬ Tenders hiK professional services to the peo- Â¬ 1000 more money would perhaps have nent and to the best of coking coals ple of Wolfe and adjoining qeuntics been left among us To those of our VIRGINIA which from their accessibility would Office at residence on Hazel Green Heights readers who live near here we would say alone justify a double track road If the Tazewell County Items keep your eyes open to these things and Gap from Perry county is abanCedar Bluff Va June 12 Long Pound to avoid the long tunnel and heavyÂ¬ HOTELS doned bring in your stock your cattle horses live The Herald mountain work in Virginia not and mules and if you dont sell you are Boarders have all left except two or expensive however than all the eastmore and not out anything because the simple three who will not remain long west main lines a careful reconnoi HAZEL GREEN KY fact of your having it here where 500 R F Cecils family will soon leave for zance shows a most desirable line through D S GODSEY Proprietor people can inspect it is a big advertise-Â¬ their country home much to the regret all the companys lands in Perry county to the rich county of Harlan thence by Patronage is respectfully solicited from ment for it and will enable you doubtless of their many town friends Prof W L Mayo accompanied by his dinect route to Pennington or Cumber- Â¬ everybody more especially the traveling Mr to sell later on at good prices brother and accomplished sister will land Gap and east and southwest con- Â¬ public First class accommodations and has promised his influence in start for Prestonsburg Ky next Mon Â¬ nections Tremble satisfaction guaranteed bringing buyers from below and there is day There has been no route projected or now no reasonable doubt but we shall Since the commencement the people proposed of such easy grade running so into these mountains of wealth have buyers for all stock that may come of the town feel- much lighter especially directlyrepresented by HAZEL GREEN KY as this the Kentucky Un- Â¬ in We publish elsewhere all the facts about their pocket books granaries and ion Railway Company The first 12 smoke houses JOHN H PIERATT Proprietor to be obtained in connection with the road pay well J B Hurt Marion Mayo Misses Susie miles of this miles will increase its Every 5 will value last Mt Sterling market and a compari- Â¬ Mayo Lena McGuire Mattie Peery and additional Forty miles of this road constructed the SJThe table is supplied with the best in Â¬ other young folks son of prices there and here will con market and first class accommodation paid Jeffersonville a from the line of the Chesapeake and Ohio will be furnished for man and beast vince you that your place 1o sell is Hazel flying visit yesterday railroad would by its own earnings Some one will please search Kentucky build itself to Virginia connections Green SIOHGAN and see if there is not a handsome knight The line of the Kentucky Union rail- Â¬ Dick Tate has oeen re nominated for missing There is one straying around way was located by Mr Wm McCloy WEST LIBERTY KY State Treasurerfor about the 100th time up here and we fear he will steal one of who is an engineer of ability and experi- Â¬ JAMES H COLE Proprietor ence and previous to his connection with He got the nomination through the State our young ladies Died On June 4 Ballard P Repass the Kentucky Union railroad did good Patronage of the traveling public respect- Â¬ Central and Executive Committees and of Indian at Glade Springs Va where work for the Cincinnati Southern much fully solicited Table always supplied with the reason why they thus dictate to the he had gone to attend Circuit Court He of which as well as it3 Alabama and Lou- Â¬ the best in the market Stable attached people is a question they should answer was taken suddenly ill while intoxicated isiana connections he was instrument- Â¬ Such a dictatorial precedent was never and was hauled home on the 5th of June al in locating The Kentucky Union NEAR POSTOFFICE before heard of Dictator any one else much- to the astonishment and bereave- Â¬ surveys have been made to Glade Springs Â¬ ment of his friends They have our sym West Virginia via Stanton Powell coun- LEXINGTON KENTUCKY who is a good man satisfies us but the Â¬ ty Sathy and especially his far off sisterÂ¬ son via Campton Wolfe county via Jackpeople ought to dictate a little bit Breathitt county By this line the FIRST CLASS Wm P Samples who formerly livRATES REASONABLE Virginia border would be reached via ed in Virginia Cheering Words from the Lone Star State SONS H E BOSWELL The commencement is over There Pound Gap It is quite certain howev- Â¬ PltOPRIETOPA er that the best egress for Kentucky Editor of The Hazel Green Hekald were more than one thousand people pres- Â¬ Chico Texas June 12 I have fell ent Six medals were given viz In the could be obtained through Cumberland heir to a weekly visit of your bright little girls class of recitation MissJennie Gap after leaving Jackson Breathitt newsy paper through the courtesy of my Baker of Abbs Valley Va in little county CAMPTON KY brotHer Jimmie of Hazel Green and on boys declamation class Hugh Maxwell The natural resources of the latter Alex J Asbary Proprietor the assurance of receiving it for one year grade medal in upper room J A Repass route make it the most attractive al- Â¬ Â¬ I have ventured to send you a few items in large boys declamation class G L though the ultimate outlet will be deter- The supplied with from Texas hoping it will at least prove Stinson of Russell county Va in large mined almost entirely by the attitude viands table is market and thethe choicest in the charges are interesting to a few of your many readers gerls composition class for best reading that the inhabitants of the counties reasonable Special inducements to com- Â¬ I appreciate The Hebald not alone Miss Julia A Cecil Six students com-- through which the line may run assume mercial tourists from its merits as being a bright and the teachers course and received toward the enterprise wide awake newspaper but also because Sleted The entire line surveyed is through viz Messrs C H Peery and is published at my native home and J A Repass Misses Julia A Cecil Cora the richest forests of fine timber and the it while I am gleaning news from other parts Claypool Susan Mayo and Maggie Win finest deposits of coal both bituminous and cannel found in this or the old coun- Â¬ I find it interspersed with a great many go Garkey local items from home which I greet try Fourteen miles of road bed is now HAZEL GREEN KY with a welcome equal to a personal let Â¬ completed the last rail was laid upon it A Kick at Creation ter June 6 last and transportaion is now of-Â¬ sSHorse Shoeing a Specialty Buggies Louisville Argus wagons and all kinds of Farm Tools made This part of Texas which a short time fered for freight and passenger traffic The Breckinridge News is a pronounced ago was a frontier county and infested The material used for the construction and repaired in the best manner iconoclast In the last number Cicero of the Kentucky Union railway is first by the Indians The tracks of the little Indians that were made in the blood of Sutton the editor lacks about receiving class and the engineer who carried Vice martyr white family are still plain upÂ¬ two copies of the Louisville Democrat President and General Manager Young HAZEL GREEN KY on the floor of one of my neighbors is crushes Cerro Gordo Williams for aspir-Â¬ Superintendent Voorhees and others on now rapidly growing into a not only civ Â¬ ing to the governorship knifes Proctor the initial trip June 6 last was astonish- Â¬ Knott for not taking care of his fathers ed to be able to go at a speed of 25 miles ilized but a Christianized country Makesand repairs all kinds of Farming grave kicks T Lovely Jones into oblivi- Â¬ an hour over this new railroad The This country is not only adapted to the xoois uuggiea ana wagons grasdng of cattle but is a very rich and on endorses Cleveland for snubbing Jim maximum grade is 52 feet and the mini- Â¬ Horse Shoeing will receive especial atten iertilelfarming country It is well adapt Blackburn gently kicks Senator Vest of mum curvature is 6 degrees There are tion jed to the growing of corn wheat Oats Missouri for damning the newspapers no reverse curves Its cross ties which J N VAUGHN barley sorgum cotton and in fact al- Â¬ makes a face at Henry Watterson and number 2800 to the mile are of the best s s COIIBS most everything that any other soil will reads a lecture to Rev S Noland who white oak and the steel rails weighing VATJG HISr produce 1 am now harvesting my wheat claims to have seen the Lord recently 56 pounds per yard were furnished by COMBS DEALEES IN which judges say will yield 30 or 40 bush The News is a right sassy Democratic paÂ¬ the Edgar Thompson Company per It is refreshing to read it z3s per acre connects The Kentucky Union railroad May happiness attend the people of the with the Chesapeake and Ohio system at AND LIVE STOCK OF ALL KINDS Cluverius who murdered Fanny Hedges Station a town 8 miles above T mountains and may The Herald live long to Jead them on to prosperity is the Lilian Madison at Richmond Va has Winchester and 2 miles above Lexing-Â¬ Cor Main and Marion Streets B- - H Lacy been sentenced to hang November 20 ton Ample depot facilities have been wish of CAMPTON KY STATE NEWS -- THE HERALD ht X -- F DAY ft DEALERS IN- - h - Bppoiine 1 - m ntaj4ii ami puHSSnun At ne EicktkjToll at6KceBtsperpeBL G mm dTTOOt MsrcliGpse HAZEL GREEK EY CARDlNQt their old s4asd at Spradling Ky tuid will ALL WOOL- - CARDING t -- Tke ATwl-oard-e- r W COX will run tte wool isftehiae j33CoBae one eoae all aai get year flour meal aad wceieanliiae Carry in stock the LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED ASSORTMENT OF L D SPJSADLEtG SON GENERAL MERCHANDISE IN EASTERN KENT U UK 1 Havmgtne expe-Â¬ rience of many years in our line of business we feel justified in asserting to the trade both Wholesale and Retail that we DO can and will meet the wants of our patrons and make it to jour interest to patronize us Besides an immense stock of LYTLE GO Democratic Ticket Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Hats Caps Drugs Queensware Hardware Saddlery Groceries Cutlery c c and the we have now on hand for 7 fH E 96 W Pearl St cmcnrerATi o G H spring trade a full line of PLOWS GRASS SEEDS 9 Leaf Tobacco Live Stock and all kinds of Country Produce taken in Exchange for G oods or in settlement of Notes and Ac-Â¬ counts Your trade respectfully so- Â¬ licited J T E DAY March 1th 18S5 -- DEAN KITE POLLARD j importers and Jobber G B SWANGO W T SWANGO Glueensware Glassware N c O CO J SWAN CO DEALEES IN BRO W cor Pearl and Walnut Cincinnati LEOtf MARKS GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY KEEP3 CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL ASSOKTEENT OF Clothing AND s Staple5 and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ ies Stoves and Farming Implements CLOTH HOUSE JP HOGEES WITH In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOII PRICES S W COR PEARL AND VINE STREET3 Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due us all kinds of Country Produce and Live Stock of every description CINCINNATI O THE MT STERLING VaA two-year-o- ld In Feic worl0Juy Made Co Louis Stix Third Race and Go- - non-residen- ts -- Is now manufacturing Ten different styles oi Plain and Fancy Wrought Iron Fencing and are ready to take contracts fpr putting ut same Persons wanting a strictly Wrought no other Wre also make a style Iron Fence and that the best hi 4n 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 the most mod- Â¬ ern machinerv and our workmen cannot be excelled in skill experience or honest per-Â¬ formance of their duties Wc REPAIR AIL KINDS OF MACHINERY and make a specialy of IMPORTEES AXD JOBBERS OX Dry Goods and Notions TJaoy Sxrekts CINCINNATI O Gumming and Hammering Saws No other shop outside of Louisville can say the same JTSaw mill men will do well to call on us or write for information Catalogues furnished on application to BUY YOUR R T BEAlsT Supt Mt Sterling Ky 5 NOTIONS OF JOHN W JONES DEALER IN LHIRMMAMM 10 UlfiTft in ft MV MJ nTim fi7r-- r y A gsg MJUrMJUV TM JUr inMwJfillf nuLUJiUMunuii win ill I if rf hi J I I NO 10 MAIN STREET MT W Pearl St OHIO Between Race and Vine CINCINNATI STERLING KY Largest Stock of Clocks in Eastern Kentucky CLOCKS FROM ONE One Day Clock strike Eight Day Clock and Album Eight Day Clock SOLID SILVER WATCHES Silver Plated Spoons 100 DOLLAR UP DAY HOUSE 2 00 16S Tin Strut Cincinnati OM 3 75 ALLISOK SMITH 3 75 The type on which this papar i prlstad la trust 9 00 the above foundry Editor IIxaAio 1 00 TYPE B E BOBEBTS WITH JFJRJLTriSLX r a Particular attention paid to Repairing Call and see rav goods JOHN W JONES ESTABLISHED IN 1845 PIERATT HOUSE - The Leading Insurance Agency 31000000 00 1861 London and Lancashire Royal of Liverpool of Liverpool Liverpool and London and Globe of England 36875000 00 1810 Hartford of Hartford 1S49 Springfield ot Springfield Mercan- Â¬ 1809 North British 33301000 00 1S63 liremens Fund of Cali Â¬ tile of England fornia 1794 Ins Co of North America 1885 1836 1710 17S2 Carter Bros 1 Co WHOLESALE OE MT STERLING KY Toval Assets of Agency 143348780 80 Dry Goods and Notions HOUSE ASHLAND HOUSE Phenix of London WITH Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well known Sievers Carson Hardwar corporations the policies of doubtful or experimsntal cempanies being dear at anyprice Company The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies aa they would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds ia trust Look to quality as the 637 W ilAEf Street A HOFFMAN LOUISVILLE KT paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully Sun Fire Officejof London of Philadelphia - 5863000 00 1750 Niagara of New York 5383916 46 1865 Boatmans Pittsburg 971696 33 1S69 Northwestern National 729 731 as 733 John A Carter 9260000 00 James G Carter 4541240 00 D A Forline piAINBTREET 2585633 00 Jo C-- Bethel G Carter Jr LOUISVILLE KY 1473026 00 J 11548S9 00 1874035 00 411499 00 H J CLABK Office At Traders and Deposit Bank DAY BROTHERS FROZEN CREEK Breathitt County - Kentucky HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED the finest line in both quality and variety of B F MCCORMICK J M Cox WH OD - GTTTJS with AYDELOTT KT HUFFAEER MODEL PLANING MILL McCORD ASBURY HOUSE McCOEMICK Rough and Dressed Lumber SASH BLINDS COS Doors Wholesale Hatters LOTJISYILLE B GREEN WITH Manufacturers of and Dealers in SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS ever brought to the mountains and will sell them cheaper than the same class of goods can be had elsewhere in Eastern Kentucky WHITE GREEX Wholesale Dealers Money Saved is Money Made AXD ALL KINDS OF BUTLDIXG MATERIAL FRANK TYLER BLACKSMITH J T PIERATT Therefore be wise and place your moncv J Green MT STERLING KY Js A Huffaker J where it will do vou the most good WE LOUISVILLE KY WILL SELL YOU MORE GOODS FOR OND DOLLAR than anybody We mean all we say and if you are at all doubtful call DEALER IK i in now strt nni sAtisfwonrself that we TIT THE OLD BELIABE you want all you need and will i have what not ask tne eartn moon ana suns ior PHOENIX INSURANOE fOMPUY Our store- is a bran new one located at the mouth of Frozen creek immediately on MOUST STERLING E OF HARIFOBD CONN- the banks of the Kentucky river and theÂ¬ stock in it is bran spankin new also con COACHERS AND ROADSTERS A SPE Â¬ sisting in part of f- - RL B Boots and Shoes White West Mala Street 615 ia JOHK KEEF Insure Your Property t - FINE HORSES CIALLY j1 BLACKSMITH Dry Goods Notions Shoes Clothing Hats c Boots Hardware No store in this section would be complete or Louisville can leave their horses with me and rest assured that they will receive jAny one wishing to visit Cincinnati Whicli deals in Beliable Indemnity NOT CHEAP INSURANCE without having everything for the accom- Â¬ modation of the people hence we carry everv attention he watered fed groomed and hedded Soliciting your custom I re- Â¬ Yours trulv JOHN KEEF main Time Tried and Fire -- Staple and Fancy Groceries Davis in such abundance and variety including Mallory Co J General Merchandise Wholesale Dealers in flour meal hacon salt coffee sugar c that we can bell them very cheap or will ex Â¬ Dry Goods Notions and Fancy Goods change withjyou for country produce Those Owing Us Must Pay Us 715 and 717 TVest 3Ialx Street and well have no monkeying about the Between 7th and 8th XOUISVILLE KY matter Respectfully c DAY BEOS Bepresented by J Zi SHOCK June 1 13S5 TEE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST Cash Capital - - S200000 H C HERNDON AsaatTy Hasel Grew JTyv Tt4 fHE HAZEL CKEEN HAL Devoted to the devIm4at of Eastern Kentucky heare oe mailed to any aadrew AX IKDEPXSDKST LOCAL NSWIPAMM jr fiM atwr 4 fk kftr- 3ass VC - v-tjr k t-v- iF4fn gr BKH ft-- 5- 3gr yv 2fv KfH jMLLiaiiiiMii 1 1 i 3 V m ii -- - in m fciiwjiMijirMUeiiiuiiwM iinm vvKMmmammmaammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmum isH ERALD 1 1 Yuri Always in Advance c ap WeTvant a correspondent in every t reciact ia the counties of Wolfe Mor- fou - Elliott Estill Perry and Floyd Jn fact at every point in the mountains Write or terms to asents c U inviuuiij uiuw 011UUUiIl JTOV- - TIME TABLE South Atlantic Railway JCcnttscky Standard time 22 roinntes slower than ML T Sterling time Ko 1 leaves lit Sterling at 7 a jq arriving I at Rothwell at 40 a m 3o 2 leaves Rothwell at 9 a in arrives at Mt Sterling at 1050 a m Ko 3 leaves Mt Sterling at 140 pm ar-rives at Rothwell at 320 p m 2to 4 leaves Rothweli at 345 p m arrives at Mt Sterling at 530 p m s Xo 2 connects at ML Sterling with 1105 a 1 m and 157 p in trains on C O railway far Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville No 3 connect at ML Sterling with 1105 a m train on C O from the East and 136 p m train from Louisville and Cincinnati countv court day special leaves Rothwell on the 3rd Monday in each oath at 730 a m arriving atML Sterling at 9 a in Returning leaves ML Sterling at 2 a m arriving at Rothwell at 430 T in leaves Rothwell for Mt Sterling at 5 p- - m GEO B HARPER SupL ati Hj this week Kelly B Day Tvho spent a week in Mt Sterling with relatives and friends has returned home Misses Maggie and Kate Amyx passed through town yesterday en route home for a two weeks visit Green Trimble Jr and Clarence Turn- Â¬ er both of Mt Sterling are visiting friends and relatives at this place Our better seven eighths will leave on Thursday for a visit to friends and relatives in ML Sterling and Lexington Judge GB Swango has returned home having at Louisville abandoned the idea of going to Hot Springs until fall Mr and Mrs J R Corder who were visiting at Nathan and John Days last week have returned to Hazel Green and are visit Â¬ ing J Taylor Day Jerrv Cockrill and family of Mt Ster Â¬ ling Miss Jennie Sharp of Bourbon and Miss Lizzie Otfbome of Morgan county are visiting Swango spring Bev D IL Fallen and wife spent Sat urdav and Sunday in Hazel Green the guest of Wl P Trimble It being his regular ap Â¬ pointment he preached morning and even- Â¬ ing to good congregations Mt Sterling County Court Mt Sterling Gazette There was a slim crowd in town the smallest we believe we have ever seen on court day and business generally was very dull There was a complaint on all sides among merchants and stock dealers The rain on Sunday night probably kept a great many people at nome as Monday was a splendid tobacco season as they term it And again the fact of Circuit Court being in session probably kept a great many farnv ers out of town who have an aversion to serving on juries There is no doubt but there is a general business depression all over the country and we cannot hope to es- Â¬ cape from it J TV Wilson auctioneer report about 500 head of cattle on the market mostly rough mountain stock Yearlings brought Personal Paragraplis Hon MKash and Henry I Godsey of this place are attending court at Hazard - J i HAZEL GREEN 1VEDNESDAY o KY JUKE 24 18S5 LOCAL EEWS - Caskey - Buy your bacon mutton and teef of PieraiL Spot cash to one and alL Service Reform Eon W P Taulbee will please accept our thanks for public documents on Civil c Those owing us from S to 12 from 15 to 23 Caskey 15 yearling mules brought 4050 per head About 50 plug horses on the market bring Â¬ Pieratt ing from 30 to 50 There were no good Parties anxious to marry and wishing horses put up There were 400 or 500 sheep on the market publicly ioadvertise the fact will from now on be They were held but none2 sold head at 150 to per rates chjsrged regular m est call and settle their accounts A hint is sufficient -- who have used it to be the greatest remedy to a rare musical melange on Thursday Mickel last by Bev for rheumatism sprains cuts bruises etc nightDavid Morse E Pviolinist as organist as The affair and Sold by J T TDay was an impromptu one for a select party of C Herndous Mrs James Brown has returned from his beingH delightful and friends but the night the window hoisted first visit to Mt Sterling and informs the the people on the outside were partakers of people that Hazel Green aint a little bit the enjoyable music as well as those in the compared to that place house it is to be hoped that Messrs Mick-Â¬ ofThe road between here and Maytown el and Morse will repeat the programme in- Â¬ ten during the summer months and as an is almost impassable and the magistrate ducement to do so we would suggest that the who is now filling the shoes of the County vocal talent of the town also be brought in Â¬ juage snouia ascertain wny is is not in con Â¬ to requisition and a concert given the ben- Â¬ dition Later The judge has returned efits accruing from it to go to the several churches equally Let some enterprising The sawyer at the Champion Mill lady go to work and get up the concert across the river from Hazel Green says if The price of admission could be placed at a he should be so unfortunate as to go to figure which would enable all to attend and sheo after death that he would like to the fund thus raised though small would have George Barker as fireman help all the churches just that much We will appoint Mrs Nannie Herndon to secure Bed Biver got on a grand old high the talent and she in turn may call into sxp on Wednesday morning last which requisition a lady of each of the churches to prevented the Salyersville mail from leaving assist her Let us have the concert by all this point but she has run down at the means and have it now while the nights arc heel untilyou can just see her a little bit beautiful And one thing more dont allow auv dead heads to enter therein Breens Iiiniment is pronounced by all The citizens of this place were treated school house James L S Davidson of Hazel Green has been at work on the Methodist Church town llatrimonial Association pleas take notice Charge this adv to J J Byrne and G W Moore EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS ThePresbyterian and Christian church- Â¬ COUNTIES es here have gone to work in earnest to build church houses Each have secured a Reported bySpecinl Correspondents from beautiful lot The Christian Church has most of the lumber on the ground and will I All Points in the Mountains go to work forthwith and we hope m a few months to be no longer behind our sister WOLFE COUNTY towns in neat and commodious houses of worship GlLLSrOKE JUXE 20 Frank Ostelle a Frenchman from Corn is looking well Some crops are weeds owing to the recent wet weath- Â¬ Covington Ky has rented property in our in the burg and will remove here in a few days in- Â¬ er locate and engage in The widow Mrs W B Ely who has tending to and other fruits We the culture of grapes think this been sick for some time we are glad to state county cannot be excelled for fine grapes Her father and fruits peaches never failing in most is thought to be some better of Jas Williams returned home this morning the county We hope Mr Ostelle will be Bobt F Ely has a pocket comb which successful and induce many others of his he bought in Hazel Green seventeen years countrymen to settle among us The expe- Â¬ ago which he has carried and had in con- Â¬ rience of the French Swiss and German stant use ever since and which is a good added to the certainty of the crops would certainly make it a profitable industry here comb yet Uncle Phillip Little of this place Toot while hoeing corn for his son Geo Little BOTHWELL JTJNE 19 on the 19th inst fainted being overcome Born On the 15th to the wif e of Ber- Â¬ with the heat and was carried to the shade The old man is now 80 years of age and ry Wills a girl does more work than most young men He J F Osborn went to Winchester last was born and raised on this creek and once week on business owned the larger portion of it but has long Miss since lost his fortune and is now living in Cornwell Lucinda Kash was visiting at last week Uncle Bemus reduced circumstances We have of taters peas and other sich garden sass a plenty MORGAN COUNTY There is an effort being made to estab- Â¬ Maytowx- June 20 lish a post office at this point E B May has returned home from a John S Havs save us a call one dav visit to Bath county last week He was on his return from a Farmers are very busy working over pleasure trip to New York City their corn the last time Charles A Turner passed up last week W W Swangos wife of Bath county to Wolfe and Morgan counties to set up is visiting her brother-in-laJ C Swango some mowers sold by him for A Hoffman of this place If we were not under promise we Ellis and Edna Day Judge Davs would tell of a wedding that is to take place daughters of Mt Sterling are visiting their at an early day but we will keep quiet and we know we will be asked grandfather Arch Duy Thomas A Combs has been suffering is almost an entire failure Wheat Arch Day is the only man that has any with toothache for several days He refuses to have it pulled as the doctor tried it some wheat scarcely in this country Mrs Isaac Murphy of Grassy has re- Â¬ days ago and pulled a sound tooth Yes Brother On The Wing I have turned from a visit of about one week to laid by my crop of weeelbarrows and a finer Sweatnam of Bath her sister Mrs J J I Judge Day and lady of Mt Sterling prospect never before has been known two to spend a am confident that such stock will yield will arrive liere next Monday wheelbarrows and a tongue for a sewing ma- Â¬ few weeks with the judges father A Day chine Brother dont discourage the hoys We would again remind our people in tne matrimonial association ere your that if they prosper in an educational point eyes deceive you and when the cake is pass- Â¬ of view they must build a comfortable ed you will be eternally looked over COBBESPOKDENOE 99 a 4k mot s mn e A3 M m H 9H ifti 3 3 3 k Xi 9 The Afflicted Humanity fater of Life for i jt o The Best Most Durable and Lightest Bunnin a IRON is Kme Every Machine Fully Warranted JUDY HANLY General Agents for Eastern Kentucky Mt Sterling Ky Orders solicited hy T J STEVENSON Hazel Green Ky nm-i-i- hence it is the most valaable ia the eare of disease used interaaBv orearteraaHyv Among the many diseases flrhksjt is heir to and for which this wearfel water is known to-- he a jpositive aad pensaaeat enre are the foBowing s of a mile from the beatiftd tnrx f Haael Green Tha water contain a per centage of iron thairaay other witwrnva These springs are loeaied Uura Mtrters lr CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SKIN DISEASES SCKOFTJLA CA-- The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Hoots Herbs and Barks Except Ginseng J T BRBEN Main Street SON Importers I Wholesale Druggists w NEE-C TOTJSNESS We append a few of the huadrsds of tes Â¬ timonials which have been teaered as to the efficacy of this water in disease One lady writes am so thanful to the Great Giver of all Blessings that I tried Swango Springs Freely do I give aB the time and money spent there for the health and strength I now enjoy A gentleman of Illinois says I think the water of Swango Springs did me more coc d than all the nostrums have ever tried I wiU certainly be withyon again nextsnrinr G Tfimbls BefeeeCES--- B T Smith P L BeesCjMt SterlingyKv F M Hinile Mrs F M Hinkle Wm Clarke Plum Lick Ky A large hotel is now being built which will afford ample accommodation to visitors For further information in regard to hoard HARBISON SWANGO c address Tfacl Green Ky Or this office TAEEH EHETJMATM NEURALGIA I J AN ELEGANT STEM t Sterling Ky WINDING SILVER NICKEL ADAM niijj Awn AUM HMVH I j gal m WATCH FREE The Watering Longfellow 19 Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se- Â¬ lected Stock of Hariba Juse for the last week and so far has shown him- Â¬ self to be a first class workman Bev John Thomas of Booneville pass Â¬ ed through here last week en route to Hope- Â¬ well where his fourth quarterly meeting is to be held by W H Childers P E James J Cannoy and family passed through town last Friday on their way to Magoffin county where they will spend a few weeks with Mrs Cannoys father Hon Beuben Patrick E J Bogers blacksmith of this place who has long since acted the part of a wise man by putting his card in The Herald renorts evcrvthme lovely in his line of busi ness He reports that S M Tutt ex sheriff of Wolfe county is going to bring over his mules to get them shod He requests us to say that ox shoeing is also a specialty with him waiting on the sick All the farmers of our section are boasting of their fine young corn Born On the lGth inst to the wife of Frank Gose a girl Frank is happy F C Bedford has received a voucher from Uncle Sam for 1000 for injuries re- Â¬ ceived in the war Married On the 14th inst at the res- Â¬ idence of the brides father G W Egelston on Tar Bidge A B Cope to Miss Mollie Eg- Â¬ Adams officiating son of Dick Gibbs fell from a tree forty feet from the ground breaking his thigh and mashing his body considerably It is though that he will not live elston M Dr Elmer Northcutt is very busy J Winch he sells Wholesale and Eetail as Cheap as they can he Tbought in the State Give him a call and he convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go N H TBIMBLE BOBT M TBIMBLE Im IIzjSij Ii yr vEk A seven-year-o- ld fAf J - adorned with the dollar of for Hazard last Friday morning where he is Ward of this engaged in an extensive land suit Parties did the work in wishing to take The Herald can pay Col Day the subscription 100 and give him their names We sincerely hope the good residence of Caleb people of that section will assist in helping Married At the 25iekell in Morgan county June ISth H H along The Heeald and if they subscribe thev will Wilson of Breathitt countv to Miss Jose- Â¬ liberallv thev mav be assured that any thing an advocate in for phine NicielL Bev D H- - Fallen officia- - always haveadvanced I heyit should there Â¬ wish ting They have the nest wishes oi tneir they walk up and pay theirdollar and take fore many friends in Hazel Green for one year the paper of all others which is doing most for them That paper is The The Presbyterian Church at this place Herald and no mistake and when we say will soon he ready for service- - The lumber it is the cheapest county paper in the for the wainscoting has been purchased and State of Kentucky we believe we only voice work begun The friends of the church at the opinion of both the press and the public aB points haveheen appealed to for assis Â¬ ot this Commonwealth tance towards furnishing seats What about a mail service that con- Our Spencer correspondent writes that sumes four weeks in carrying a letter oo Amanda Brown colored who some three miles Clevelands administration is prov- Â¬ weeks since cut and killed Besa BigstalF ing an admirable one but that of Vilas post- Â¬ colored at a negro festival was on Saturday master general is Vilas the Star Boute Dor last sentenced hy the Montgomery Circuit sey service We want a line established Court to the penitentiary for three years from this place to Hindinan in Knott coun- Â¬ This makes six sent up this term ty and if we had a regular mail route the chances are that the people of that county During a conversation in which sever-Â¬ could be rescued from barbarism The route al were engaged last Sunday Hon D S should run up Bed Biver to Bouseau and Godsey quoted A young man is not far thence on to Hindman and should be at from ruin when he can say without blushing least tri weekly When people pay a gov- Â¬ It ernment to do a service they demand that I care not what others think of mc would be well for us all to treasure in our the government shall perform it and in memory this saying Boys remember it their name we demand it In short if Vilas cant have it done properly we will see while put Â¬ Cleveland and get some one in the place who Henry Wilson of this place ting up a piece of post and rail fence one is not so Vilas he is day last week got the index and middle fin The surveyors on the State road be- Â¬ gera of the right hand caught in the top mortise of a post and the panel falling came tween Hazel Green and Maytown are re- Â¬ near breaking both fingers As it was they spectfully requested to read the foUowing are badly lacerated and he will lose the from theBevised Statutes Sec 42 of arti- Â¬ nails of them cle 1 chapter 94 reads When the surveyor of a public road shall fail to perform his du- Â¬ Bev Barney BlankensKip haveng f ail--e- d ty he shall be fined not less than 10 norÂ¬ to put in an appearance at the Pines on more than 15 recoverable by indictment beThe special term of Sundav last the duty of organizing a Sun Â¬ fore a grand jury day school at that place devolved upon Jas AVolfe Circuit Court will commence on the A- - McCiain a Bible student of Bichmond 2nd Monday in July and those who have College who is home for a short time on a the supervision of roads will do well to take vacation and it is is said that his work was the hint contained in the above or they may hear something drop weighing about Terfect in all its details what fifteen silver dollars would tip the scales at We must have better roads and There will be three funerals preached we hope those men who have been appoint- Â¬ on the first Sunday in July at the new ed to Keep them in repair will attend to church on Upper Grassy Of Mrs Wm Toli the matter at once ver by Bev Dr Gevedon of Mrs Daniel Toliver bvBev DH Fallen of Mr Floyd Does advertising pay Well we should ToBver by Bev E P Mickel This being smile B A Childers of Maytown put an 3IrMickel8 regular appointment he willÂ¬ advertisement in THE HEEAli a short time also preach at 3 p m on the Saturday pre- since and after the first issue got some cus- Â¬ ceding tomers from the other side of Bed Biver from a section never before dealing in May The special term of the Magoffin Crim- Â¬ town who purchased a large bill of goods inal Court adjourned last Thursday A from him and told him that they saw the ad- Â¬ amber of penal and two felony cases were vertisement in The Herald but hardly be Â¬ tried Wm Josephs charged with the mur- Â¬ lieved that goods could be sold so cheap der of Garrett Arnett upon whose case the Dick convinced them that such was a fact jury failed to agj ee at the April term was however and they went home determined tried and received a sentence of seven never more to be without their county paper years in the penitentiary John Walters Merchants throughout the mountains should charged with shooting with intent to kUl follow Dicks example sell goods cheap ras acquitted and let the people know it through The Hekald which goes into more households H we do not have better roads for than any paper ever did before strangers to travel over we need never ex Â¬ pect people to come here even if we had a A young man living on Gillmore came old mine and the people should rise in to town last Thursday and after making leir might and demand of the authorities some purchases and arriving at home dis- Â¬ that they be put in condition especially the covered that he had lost his pocket book one from here to BothwcH Ae hope our He returned to Hazel Green ana found it all citizens wiU stir up all officials who have the right The same day a young lady of this roads in charge and see that tixe next grand place lost her pocket book while out shop Â¬ jury does its duty ping Inasmuch as the two have for some time been recognized as sweethearts this little son of Mrs Dick Gibbe living was a remarkable coincidence and plainly oa the dry ridge about 16 miles from this showed that their thoughts were elsewhere place in Menifee county fell from a tree than on their pocket books In each case last Wednesday evening and broke his thigh their thoughts were of the absent one and He fell a distance of 40 measured feet and to prevent a like catastrophe it has been Dr B B- - Gardner of this place who was suggested that they marry and look out for called to see him says he received internal one common interest injuries which renders his recovery exceed Â¬ An effort will be made by the citizens ingly doubtfuL Dr Gardner says the frac-Â¬ of the hone was a very had one HeÂ¬ between here and Boihwell to have a post ture be that place set the Bmb and left the little sufferer do office estabhthed at for the good It wouldser- Â¬ of the as weB as could be jexpected under the to the interest and ing vice and would greatly enhance our mail fa- Â¬ circumstances cilities With the established stage line mail Dr Mason Jbtash one of our most which in aU probability will carry the office BothweU should be the distributing prominent physicians and a good citizen section As the case now stands the generally is now confined to his room withÂ¬ for this put off tiie cars at Cornwell one mile al- mail is inflammaiorv sore eyesbis suffering being below the stage would be under the neÂ¬ most anbearable Indeed it is feared that cessity andgoing two miles extra every day of he mav lose his sight but we hope these to get the mail then return to Bothwell and fears are unfounded The good people of get waiting passengers By aB means let us Hazel Green should site that he receives have the postrolhce at Jiotnwell ana tnat good attention and remember that he has too right speedily never been called tovist the tick that he did not go Yea he has treated them without removes knots and jBoaev and without price Liove lay zicjji as allBreens Linimenthorses or other stock enlargements on Bash h t3er as thyself andsee that Dr Ko care no pay Hold by J T F Day iyery attention and comfort -- has just been handsomely new paint and shines like Greenville our daddies ylace had the contract and a saiisfactorv manner The cupola of the Christian Church Col L M Day of Daysborough left On last Tuesday night dogs broke in on Joe M Pieratt of this place called on a small flock of sheep belonging to John your correspondent to day and reported Davis killing them all but one John was that he had 10 acres of corn waist high that lucky enough to kill one of the bloodv fel- Â¬ TCW he had worked over the last time He also lows said that he had a boy along the last MONTGOMERY COUNTY time he plowed over the corn to pick up the cars that broke off We would remind you Mr Editor that he is a brother of John II Spencer Station June 20 Pieratt of your town We have just had a good rain and There are a number of applicants for corn and oats look fine the Maytown school Prominently among them we would mention Miss Maggie Ainyx Farmers are busy in their corn and of Mt Sterling Miss Willie Ladd of AVest hands are scarce at this place The merchants a but formerly of Harrison county and Edgar good trade and thinkat this place reportbe money ia getting to All so far as your cor- Â¬ more plentiful Kash of Red Biver respondent knowsare worthy and deserving James J Cannoy and family are ofi for but it is an evident fact that all cannot get the school Jordan Wills Henry Neff and a visit to Mavtown and Salyerville His B P Dennis are the trustees and the pat- Â¬ brother Tom is holding the fort while they rons of this district may be assured that are gone they will make a wise selection and one Your correspondent was at Mt Sterling that will reflect credit upon themselves and Monday and it was the dullest court I ever the district that they represent Some drove their cattle home witnessed Duster and others got grass for theirs until next j court The Hazel Green sales beatem all Ezel June 22 will visit White Oak I cannot see why the men of Montgomery Miss Sue Lacy Bath and other places who want stock do next week not visit them for they have first class stock B M Pieratts new dwelling will add and any kind you want greatly to the appearance of our village I see the Grassy correspodent vent in on I will iust It is reported that Jeff Oaklev has dis say the isMavtown Associationhe thinks they he mistaken lie says mine but we think it is only covered a gold will never have a chance to violate the first a Sample for I I know better than The young folks of this place do not resolution there and I know he that little is a have been think it necessary to pass any resolutions off when he says that Then of the fourth for they all say they will niariy when they resolution that they will have to wait until get a chance dooms da before they are addressed by The married and single ladies of this any of the fair sex from what he has heard Some of them have place are very much interested in the silk from the voung ladies quilt question We warn the young gentle- Â¬ been addressed since the organization by men to keep a sharp lookout for hat linings as fair and beautiful ladies as the sun ever shone upon and concur with the band He ties and cravats are in danger Miss Willie Sam- Â¬ has been informed by the wrong one I amÂ¬ Mrs Alice Lacy and thankful to the young ladies of West Liberples have been attending the Swango spring ty for their approval of the Maytown Mat- Â¬ and speak in the highest terms of the water rimonial Association in their Mutual Aid They also say the Society and give their hand to its support and accommodations bath house wiU be a great addition when Hoping On The Wing will remain silent ANONYMOUS completed in the future as to the band I am BREATHITT COUNTY 22 On The Boad TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALEBS IN Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder Field and Garden Ky Seeds Mt Sterling Ky Tliey carry the largest stock and F McGTTXRE do the largest business of any at of Mt Sterling house in Hazel Green HAZEL GREEN KY Desiring to wind up my business I hara decided to present a splendid watch cnt as above and as GOOD A TIMEKEEPER a many which sell for 5000 to each of my old friends and customers who will come forward and pay off their notes amounting to 2500 or over provided the notejwas for merchandise bought of me while in busi ness And in order that aU may beacccox modated I wiB discount the watch price 350 in proportion to those whose notes are less than 2500 This ofler is good until June 1st CaB on or address W O MIZE Stands the head Low Prices with ev erything vou want in Wishing to devote my time to my other business I will sell my For Sal am r aw Ml DRY GOODS NOTIONS Soots Shoes Hats Clothings GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGS Â¬ Lane Eodley Saw Mill Fixtures FLOUR BACON c The monev is what I want and Twill give MORE GOODS FOR ADOLLAR IN CASH than any other house in town Country produce taken in exchange for goods F McGUIRE i Consisting of a 25 Horse Power Engine and Boiler a No I Circular Saw Edger c Merchant Tailor maytqwk ky Everything is in First class Order and will be sold at a bargain on easy terms I have opened a shop at the above place where I will Parties wishing to buy are invited to call Make Suits to Order and examine the property Clean Repair and Press Olo Suits Ky Cornwell ALFRED Cutpatterns c and will guarantee satis MATHIAS ffKESEN of ii CfiBS Â¬ Fkozen Creek June in this county at present So much rain has fallen that nenrly all the farmers are behind with their crops John C M Day caught a cat fish one day last week which measured two feet in length and weighed about nine pounds It is a good time to fish in the Kentucky river now as the recent rains have made the wa- Â¬ We are having plenty of wet weather ter muddy Born June 19 to the wife of Marion Brnner of Holly Creek three daughters two of whom we understand died On the 16th near this place to the wife of Wm Collins a son and to the wife of Henry Norman a daughter J R Corder and wife of Mattoon Ills have been visitincr relatives in this county for the past week They left for Ha- Â¬ zel Green Saturday We hope to see them among us acain Mrs Corder is a daughter of Samuel Holmes who lived at this place Stump before the war MENIFEE COUNTY 19 Bachelors Relief Association The young men of Hazel Green in con- Â¬ vention assembled elected Henry F Pieratt President H L Godsey Secretary and G H McCiain Treasurer of Photographs and organized the Bachelors Belief Association On motion the association was constituted into three classes viz first Members second Honorary members and third Dis honorary members Those present took membership as fol- Â¬ lows Members or those anxious to mar- Â¬ ry G H McCiain Henry F Pieratt H L Honorary mem Godsey and Floyd Day bers or those willing to carry on a flirta- Â¬ tion Kelly B Day J II Trimble Seneca X Swimm W B Kash J H Swango Edgar or those Dis houorary members Kash past all hope of wedlock K B Gardner G N Candler J Taylor Whaley ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL LEXINGTON KY faction in every instance Soliciting your work I remain Yours trulv MATTTTAS ERISENl EOB SALE iivi Of Doors Sash Stairways Newels Blinds Balusters Brackets c j a v rfi ia s s cA n v i vmi House and Lot IN MAYTOWN KY The house is a boxed frame two storys high and contains six rooms with kitchen There is a half acre of ground attached which is set in A Variety of Fruit Trees -- MANUFACTURERS OF Berries c AND DEALERS IN- - Poplar White and Yellow Pine Flooring Pine and Poplar ShinglesLaths References Jugde G B Swapgo Hazel Green c cor George Rice Maytown A never failing well of excellent water in the yard This property will be sold very reasonable Apply to J P LOCKHART Or this office Maytown Ky Fpenchburg June Born On June 17 to the wife of Thos Clark a girl Jerry Legget has spread his tent in the court house yard and is taking pictures The Herald was good enough be- Â¬ fore she was enlarged but now she is a daisy J Rev W L Stamper the Bascom of the mountains preached for us on the night of the 14th Died June 17 of erysipelas and pneu monia Joseph Ponder about fifty years of age lie was an exceptionally good citizen and an honest man The proprietor of the Palace Ilotel is not considered a lazy man yet his boarders have thought it prudent to set hooks around his truck patch to catch the snaix Our tax books show lifted for 18S5 136 943 acres of land valued at 216000 50 town lots valued at 7445 personal property 67676 lecal voters 821 Number of chil dren in the school age 1515 an increase of twenty per cent over last year jfe The carpenters are now completing the work on the high school building We ex- Â¬ pect to have it ready for occupancy against the first of August We have no teacher yet and the trustees desire to secure a thorough Â¬ ly competent teacher as principal Husbands wanted By twenty four Breens Liniment is certainly the best beantiful marriagable voung ladies and wid Â¬ combination of remedies for corns neural Â¬ ows of Frenchburg Wives wanted by our gia pains in the back and side etc ever Will receive Mr Shores special attention Mav- - produced Sold bv J T vountr men none nonel none CONROY fc SHORE Give U3 a calL F Dav The iollowmg resolutions mously adopted Resolved 1st That all members of the Ladies Mutual Aid Society of West Liberty II F PIERATT W T CASKEY be elected visiting members To visit us or to be visited by us 2d That the Maytown Matrimonial Asso- Â¬ ciation is requested to furnish us with a list Wholesale and Retail of the desirable marriagable young ladies of Morgan those who are young pretty and smart in return for which our secretary is directed to furnish them with like docu- Â¬ ments from Wolfe HAZEL GREEN KY 3d That the members of the first class will not wait for offers but will make them after a short courtship and agree to see each oth- Â¬ PROVISIONS OF ALL KINDS er through against all opposition from rival Canned Goods Coffee Sugar Teas Svrup associations Patent Medicines Nails Axes Oils 4th That the Honorary members are Wooden- - and Tinware In fact request recommended to the ladies with the that they be dealt with gently yet firmly 5th That the Dis honorary members are EVERY THING YOU NEED fGive us a call and be convinced that hereby tendered our heartfelt symyathyand forbid- Â¬ ou can buy more goods from us to the Dol all members of this association are ar than at anv other house in the moun den to make sport of them among the ladies tains We also desire to buy a number of and are to treat them with the honor and re spect which their ago and experience de Â¬ Fat Cattle and Sheep for which wc will pay the highest market price mand 6th That all young pretty smart moun- Â¬ tain girls are earnesty requested to send name residence age complexion height color of hair and eyes and photograph to the secretary who will at once assign to the MT STERLING KY most suitable young man of this association the duty of opening a correspondence 7th That The Hazel GEEiar Herald and Licking Valley Scorcher 3re requested to publish the proceedings of this associa Â¬ tion On motion the meeting adjourned sine Keep on hand BUCKBOARDS aad SECONdie HENRY F PIERATT D-HAND EUGGIES and Repair and H L Goubey Secy President Paint all kinds of wok Geo H McClain Treas of Photos were unani- Â¬ any Business Man of Lexington Ky R A CHiLDERS MAYTOWN KY CASKEY 1 PIERATT Valuable Farm for Sale I Takes the lead in Low Prices with everyÂ¬ thing you need in the way of GIRIOICIE F lour a DRY GOODS HQTBHS offer for sale the farm known as the GROCERIES Holderby place BOOTS SHOES HATS CLOTHING lying miles below Hazel Green on the state road This farm has on Containing 423 Acres it Hardware Drugs Ploar Seen e Jtc 3Money is what I want and I will give MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR LN CASH than any house in Mavtown goods Bacon Lard SaJt A Cood 2 Story Frame Dwelling 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 Go bearing apple trees of assorted winter and summer fruit young and thrifty good barn and out buildings about 100 acres of bottom land in good state of cultivation 60 acres of which is now in corn GO 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 soQ rich and productive and underlaid with Price 3500 Kcash and remainder in one and two years Possession given at once on reasonable terms Persons desiring to purchase can call on H C Herndon or W O Mize at Hazel Green or the under Â¬ signed at Stanton Powell countv Ky 1 W MAPEL May 27 1835 Country produce taken in exchange for R A CHILDERS E BLACKSMITH KY MAYTOWN J BOGEBS HOESE SHOEING A SPECTALVm 2 Will repair Farming Tools BaggiesrWa goas c Makes plows hoes tion guaranteed in all cases c Satfafce NEW BUGGY WORKS Fine Bituminous Coal Marshal and Genera MAYTOWN 7 T-- DAY Conroy Shore SAVE YOUR MONEY AKD BUY YOUB GOODS CHEAP Will attend to ferretiagac acini mla ia anj part of the ceaatry ami gttswtati M aat- isfoetiosiB every ease where oayUroii Orders by sail praapgy atteiwieA to EE Dtctiy a Por Sale Italian 3e Bees whieh are I have for sale several hira of ia - SIGN PAINTING e I M HICKELL makers aad see them or order hjisaiL prosptiy atteaded ta hartf aad AkrUfcr Vatf Persoas wcfeni tolifcvaW fteHa - ftfcrv DAYSBOROUGH KY Gi DmrAW r4 - t V s - WS tvr3 -- Wc Want no lazy glittering idlers ton but it would scandalize a good here The toilers who work uitccas DMbh ixnJUi ilbiuluij t American to hear this sobriquet used in inely day after day and sometimes ffir j anil about the White House in all seri into the silent watches of the nigbfc SPENCER COOPER Publisher ousness and evident good faith know well who are Americas noble It is said that in Boston no one can mert The pilgrim father the persecut- Â¬ KENTUCKY 3IAZKT GREEN claim to be an aristocrat whose grand Â¬ ed Irish peasant tho German forced bv father plied the humble avocation of a stern necessity from She Fatherland all grean grocer in New Yqrk one must be who have subswibdd to our laws built AT rtOME able to trace ones the themselves herein a home and At Hnpe Tre keep our treasures tfco precious Knickerbockers and descent fromfrom striven either by word or deed to have make in Yirginia obcsw tut Fatfeer laother brother sister children bus Pocahontas before admittance can be this country better than when thy bead wife on its shores these and the so AtBomo ireiay foundations for coming pood gained to the receptions of the first landed only are Americas noblemen families If we carefully examine the or ill Am tart out on the journey up lifes uneven genealogies of most o our first fam Â¬ It may horrify some of our shoddy ilies we shall see that they spring from aristocracy to liear that the great foi t At Home a simple hardworking stock who did uncs which many of them to day inherit At Home we build heart temples wherein we not condder the humblest labor undig Â¬ were built up in the low gin mill in amy enshrine The altars nnd tho tables where our olive nified so long as it brought them an some wild mining district of the far West The clejnintly attired rrandson honest recompense Tirancbes twine t At Home tto ask and answer the questionings If one wishes to give expression to of the original gin mill proprietor has of late And seek to fled the narrow path up to the I the antimiitv of anv English familv line long since forgotton the doughty deeds t iv gate thats straight he got i us usual to say ot tue ancestor that he performed by nis ancestor when At Heme on some wild rowdy who had Â¬ the drop came Over with the Uonqueror in Amer AtHomoweshunthe broader way to gates ica the slrnno r rmfinr nf nnhUftv sworn to rob the bar To day the money that open wide seems to bo that one s ancestors came made in the old liquor traffic And bed the path of rectitude when opening over in the Mayflower Many a proud is spent in renting some sumptuously puuis aivjoe At Home we t raee the chart of Time with American millionaire whose family tree decorated flat in the Avenue del Opera mingled hopes and fears or some chaiming villegratu can prove Und pain and pleasure sun and storm mid founder of betond disputing that the at Paris the blue waters of tho Mediter- Â¬ the house was one of the ra by smiles and tears treasured At Home Pilgrim Fathers owes his name and the ranean At Home where loved ones gather the purest foundation of his present great wealth to the hard toils and indomitable per joys we know WW TKTule holding closely In embrace our own for severance of some poor German or weal or woe At Home wt drink of sorrows cup when Irish outcast who crossed over to this falls afflictions tear country in the slow old leak sailing ViCiR AAnd greetings and farewells are said by those craft which braved the terrors of the Jf 8at3GFk2l we hold most dear Atlantic in the beginning of the last 2 At Home century Family trees are not difficult At Home we tire and wander but though we to construct as may be desired roam afar We keep the range and reckoning of our mag- Â¬ As men grow rich it is only reason- Â¬ netic star able to suppose that their uninterrupted At Home the dearest spot on earth where leisure and the facility afforded them of deftly and with zest Wc weave lifes web to lay it down and seek gratifying ever desire will lead them eternal rest into a search after empty titles There At Home are not fewer than one hundred full dark W Brjan in Good Housekeeping fledged American noblemen at present aSNOB ABISTOCEACY in Europe and the number is being gradually increased by the purchase of foreign patents of nobility The Duke Anglomania and th Rage for de Campo Selice at present residing in J ill- - lvT Paris is nothing more than a smart it5rili Foreign Titles New Yorker who made his money in A J I Pi sewing machines His wife Madame Tke Beginning of American Nobility la Duchesse is a verybeautiful and tal- Â¬ Progress of Snobbery and Its Ig Â¬ ented lady and at her receptions when- Â¬ ever any of our other American aristo- Â¬ nominious Maturity at a For- crats are invited the ducal coronet is WOULD BE AMERICAN NOBLEMAN eign Court HI certain to be trotted out The title is an EUROPEAN SOCIETY is said to have In this country we have no aristocracy Italian ooe and There is an old cost its When once the young American who owner 250000 saying according to the European acceptation A fool and his money are boon parted inherits money and property begini to of the word and what is more we do study the British peerage you may de- not desire to create one The reward penu upon it ail veneraiiouiorgoou oiu uncle Sam is beginning to ooze out at which genius and labor bring to the his linger ends The ease and rapidity sons and daughters of this Republic are with which we can travel nowadays sufficient for all who stand up for true suggests at once a grand tour of the Americanism European continent and it is here that It is amusing to watch the efforts tho young American becomes perverted which are made by some of our young and learns to bow down to the false gods of an effete monarchical S3 stem eccen- Â¬ swells to imitate the manners and If you have ever noticed the Anglo tricities of English people who move in American dude in mid oceau it must high society Anglomania as this mild ha e caused you no small amount of form of idiocy is called has cf late w S2jk pleasure albeit tinged with some meas-Â¬ f fl years taken possession of a large por- Â¬ ure of disgust that a man should low- Â¬ tion of our dude population and if this er himself to copy the aristocratic man- Â¬ class of brainless faultlessly attired ners of another nationality and not youths could have their Tvay an Amersucceed in that attempt beyond mak- Â¬ ican aristocracy would quickly become ing himself a mark for ungraceful com- Â¬ -- fllTTO TT Ill 1 rrnt flTHPaI TTPTJif Tl J I wouM bo aristocratic set at Washing- - HOME FARM ANtS GARDEN Mistaken Identity Here is a- good story auent Sir Ed ward Thornton for which the Pall MaU Qazeite vouches At a Washington reception a young gentleman said to a Good rather imposing looking man eveuingl glad to see you we have not The met since we parted in Mexico person thus spoken to coldly replied of me I fear you have the advantagemortified Why surely exclaimed the You dont seem to re- Â¬ young fellow To tell the truth I me member Are ou been to Mexico have never So lam not Sir Edward Thornton Judge Poland of Vermont A few nights after this rebuff the young mnn happened to be at another party and seeing the Judge made up to him Af- Â¬ ter a little desultory conversation he ventured to say That was an awful blunder of mine the other evening to And take von for old Thornton me for now may 3 whom do vou take ask Whv yon told me you were Judge Poland of Vermont The reply was crushing On the contrary sir my name is Thornton - Tiie London Garden sas that the sooner the notion is dispelled that rosea iii order to make them grow vigorously plust be cut badk to niere stumps showÂ¬ ing two or three buds the better Lime says an exchange is often of great value in a garden which has been heavily manured for years as it will liberate the insoluble plant food which Thx Chinese lisaguas has sareral thou Â¬ sand letters bat T is the one moat uaad Xanshter is tbe pcor mans plaster Mafcinff every Ditrden light Turning sadness into gladness Darkest hour to3Iay dawn bright deepest lis thefor ills otand the cheapest this description Cure Butfcrtbose that womans heir to TJseDr Pierces JFavorito Prescription fhne3 all weaknesses and irregularities in1 bearing down sensations fever bloating displacements inflamma Â¬ to tion morning sickness and tendencyone cancerous disease Price reduced to dollar By druggist Thk boy who hit the nail on the head wept to find that it was his thumb nail I Had a Dreadfnl Coagh and raised a considerable amount of blood and matter besides I was very thin and so weak I could scarcely go about the house This was tho case of a man with consumption arising from liver complaint He recovered his health completely by the nsa of Dr Pierces Golden iledical Dis covery Thousands of others bear simi- Â¬ lar testimony - wammmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Jor the ladies TlPPECANOEl THE Â¬ 1ST o u o o Z us X -- has been deposited year after year in the manure The aphis or green fly is some- Â¬ times very abundant on the young shoots of roses during the early part of summer luey are not always uam aomS anl sometimes disappear as mysteriously as they came A water decoction of tobacco leaves or sems sprinkle 1 over the bushes will destroy a o p 2 a a o til I- TONIC o X them Detroit Post Cream pie is made with a bottom X m - 2 2- C W Lk crust only and that not thick but light and flaky Take one coifee cupful of thick sweet cream half a cup of pul- Â¬ verized sugar a tablespoonful of flour one esrjr flavor with lemon extract bake until 3 011 are sure the crust is brown and hard so that it will not absorb the custard The Household The folly of storing farm products when the price is already high enough is shown in the fact that a lot cf two hun- Â¬ dred bales of hops of the year 1882 were lately sod at SheriiFs sale at Seheu evus N Y at five to seven cents pr pound The year they were harvested they would have sold for upwards of one dollar a pound Troy Times Fruit snaps One and a half cup fuls or sugar one cupf j1 of butter ono half cupful of molasses three eggs one Â¬ - No Accounting For It Ob Mrs Delove bride of a month Dear I must tell you something its so funny I dont believe it was over done before Alfonso and 1 are keeping a record of the number of kisses that have passed between us sint o our wedding We have a regular book and keep the account Mrs De Blank who has been married Oh you neednt think some time anything so very new I did that is Well now I thought that myself had done a thoroughly original thing at last but I see I havent However it dont matter Remembering every one is verv hard woik Yes it is now The task will be Philadelcome easier after awhile phia Call Â¬ 1 j A good Hgtping Is half of the game Hit Judge m Deserving op Coistidexce Thefa Is no article which so richly deserves the conn deuce of the public as Beowns Bboxchtai Troches Those suffering from Asthmatic and Bronchial Diseases Coughs and Colds should try them bold only in boxes The way to make an overcoat last is to make the undercoat first Lyn Union H H WASHER BIT TIEEE SATISFACTION GUARAHTSED CO BseSraXY - FOR AH H sioo H one Sensations A boia--Bctesttr M s WARXERCO T Pikes TooTHAcnEiDaors curoInlminuteSc 23c GEBiiAN Glenns Sulphur Soap heals and beautifies Conx BEiioVER kills Corns Bunions A dentist is no chicken a pull it WILHOFTS FEVER m 1 Ha u e BesC ttaaftomw Warners TifteCawok medicine be evernfi Hisdanter al3ondU6Trtta 3uccesa wben jverr other iaowa remedy Eiuec etw always t vsj Ji5v iy a social entiry encountered a would be American nobleman walking in the street with his trousers tucked up and an open umbrella over his head although the flagged side way was scrupulously clean and there was not a cloud visible in the sky Hello said the scribe addressing the Anglo American dude whats up now Charley The sun is not so hot that 3on need carry an open parasol Aw my dear boy languidly replied the swell you really can not under-Â¬ stand it but tis beastly weather Why on the contrary tis delight-Â¬ ful A liner day I have not experienced this year A few days ago your representative ment SHODDY ARISTOCRACY OX ITS TRAVELS FOR NOBILITY Â¬ Miss Lewis Counters Barbolini Amadel Aw my dear boytyou think so but Miss Gillinder Marchesa di San Mar I assure you tis raining in a beastly zano and Miss Huugerford the Count- Â¬ manner ess Telfener Raining Where might I ask you We wonder if these haughty Ameri- Â¬ Look up at the sky and undeceive your- Â¬ can princesses and countesses would manners self like to have their attention drawn to Aw I know all that sort of thing their husbands compatriots who with but fact is weve had a cablegram at crook in hand skip from ash barrel to the club a few moments ago savins it ash barrel on all our sidewalks like the was raining in London you know and bee tasting the sweet ilower when it un- Â¬ fact is wo fellows who are about to closes its sleepy petals to the first rays leave for Europe in a few days have al- Â¬ of the morning sun ready completely identified ourselves One of the Italian comic journals with the mother country Ta ta commenting ou the rage for titled alli- Â¬ ances evinced by our American girls llOVT AMERICAN MOBILITY BEGAN A New York lady well known in cer tai circles the widow of a wealthy Cuban and who afterwards married the old Scotch Earl of Caithness is now the Duchess di Pomnar It would seem that the family title Caithness was not pompous enough for this American and as her son insisted upon a dukedom she crossed over to Rome and naid her hard cash down for a brace of titles Her sou is now known in fash- Â¬ ionable circles as the Duke di Pompar Itll seems to be a kind of Eldorado for the title loving citizens of America Nor is the craze entirely confined to the male dudes as unfortunately the youth and beauty of our sweet ociet rosebuds have an almost unquenchable longing for an Italian title and its meet accompaniment a palace by the Lake of Como A list of some of the rich American girls who have allied themselves to penniless Italian Counts and Princes would go a good way to a new edition dv luxe of the American peerage The leading names which now occur to the writer are Miss Mackay now the Princess Colonna Mis- Field Princess Vicarara Cenci Miss Broad wood Princess Ruspoli Mis Kinney Countess Gianotti Miss Fisher CountÂ¬ ess Gherardesca Miss Roberts Countess Galli Miss Fry Marchesa Torregiaui Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - A single eye glass is the first artcle mountedsby the American dude when he would wish to pose as an English- Â¬ man See him with it most excrncat ingly under his eyebrow as he leans or lolls about the promenade to one of the ocean liners and lisps or mumbles out some drawling sentences to any of the ladies of his acquaintance whom he may pass by Then when England has been reached and with an incredible amount of 1 ibor and sycophancy lie has suc- Â¬ ceeded in worming hini elf into what he su les high society his methods and manners are alike vile travesties on the wonted grace of high bred English gen tleman and hi great wealth alone saves him from contempt and insult But it is when on his knees to some bewhiskered Italian Prince or Poten- Â¬ tate receiving from his hand the patent of his new nobility that our ci divant American dude is seen in his mot appropriate attitude Baw down degenerate son of a mighty Nation of intelligent tollers you are but the drone in the great hive of ths busy woild and have never worked for the honey which you now sip and feed on America can easily afford to forget you in her fifty millions of free and in iependent citizens England is a great Nation which for centuries has developed all the arts of peace and refinement but this fact alone should not make us slavishly accept every English method Our couutry is a young one vet its brief his- Â¬ tory is not uneventful and it has before it a glorious future Why then should wehave our young gentlemen dudes copying English dress aud man Â¬ ner our rose bud debutantes forgetting the old American custom of clothing the body with becomng modesty and not shocking us with the sght of the for- Â¬ eign imported custom of naked arms and gowns so extremely decollete as to be an offense against good taste and dear-ly-purcha-ed The Sacramento Medical Society Lorillards OlSffar Ping recently discussed the question how far and3paipaulanyacUTo perwa to Mil bearfnparedtiwtaar thattolUard oar goods No capital mjaimL Salary paid - r arfln rat r that Lcrularas the drinking of the river water of that monthlr Exdciiki In advance Fall Pr- Silver city by its inhabitants wis responsible ttcuUnFUEE We mm what m iay Standard Mass Navy CHppincand thatJrUlardSHKiJK the beat and cheapest ucaUty considered Ware Co Wasliinston St Boston for the constant presence of malaria among them A member stated that the Chinamen of Sacramento were alUpon in ways free from the disease Says that when a customer they never drank auirv he found that asks for THB BEST SpringÂ¬ the water except when it was made into ueeu uouea une tea and had therefore Medicine he confidently recom of the water and con- Â¬ Chinaman drank mends tracted malaria and he was so little of SEEDLINGS a heathen that he attributed his Ayers S arsapariifSr uess to that indulgence What Is Necessary If New Varieties oi Fruits IJo Originated From E S Rutttll Drugiftt2raxhitat Jf Jf A Maryland man has twenty two ol It is onlv bv raisinjr seedlings that we I have been in the drug and prescrip- Â¬ he can expect to produce or orginate new his daughters living with him If is a tion business in Nashua over forty years could give out the impression that it and am tho oldest druggist here I was and improved vareties of fruits By female seminary and that all the young the first to introduce your valuable medi-Â¬ this method of propagation man has ladies are kept under lock and key he cines in this city I believe in them been enabled to produce nearly all of might work off some of his surplus Ayers Sarsaparilla I isko pleasure In the choicest fru ts in cultivaton ard stock on some enthusiastic but misguidrecommending to my customers well In all especially these most esteemed by the ed young man No young man likes knowing it to give satisfaction to visit a place which hasnt enough my experience as a druggist I have yet Our inhabitants of temperate climatearound unless facilities to to hear the first complaint against it most valuable vareties of the apples front gate necessity forgo little over the a there is a are descendants of the wild crab ap garden wall performance From F A E Bailey Co Zotcell Jfatt ples of European forests and our most Having sold Ayers Sarsaparilla since It delicious pears had an equally humble was first placed iipon the market wc can -- Prof Newton of Yale College gin and although it has taken cent or sa v after an experience covering a quarter 450000 meteors fall on uries to brng about these great changes computes thatthe earth each hour Prof of a centurv that we have yet i o learn of Â¬ the surface of in the character of some of the culti a case where it lias failed to give satisfac Alex Herschel has shown that the averfully established tion Its merits are vated fruits the work has been so well age weight of a meteor may be taken as done that no one at the present day o From C TTay Co Portland Jfe whence it follows that the would care to exchange the improved five rams We have used Ayers Sarsaparilla ior hourly not less than 225t varietes for the wild nrt of the forests j earth receives 4950 pounds of foreign vpnrs and our customers are mucn pieaseaa The cultators of fruits mint have kilograms or with its effects We believe it to beona material deposited upon it from the ce Copyrighted made very little progress during any lestial spheres vL of the best medicines in the market one generat on for a thousand years after some of th earl er writers on Poor childrens teeth are to be horticultural operations boasted of thei Sold by Drajsista Price 1 six bottles 5 Boston by a society ol Prepared by Dr J CAyerfc Co Lowell Maaa dozens of varietes of apples and pears cared for in organized for that pur it s doubtful if there were one half that philanthropists number in cultivation that Ave would pose now consider worthy of propagation Experiments show that the heating During all this fme and in the cent- Â¬ value of wet coal is twenty live per cent uries following the people of Europe less than of that which is dry Ghiccrjc were constant raising eedling fruit litrald j trees preserving and propagat ng the WTIT1 cure bet and either destroing or allowing Sisters of Notre Dame Govanstown PositivelyPOISONSICX KACHE OilienBness dA Hdose i or yi PTOOD urd Skin ZJisea3e3 ONE PILL the others to tlie out I tod tbea a haveno Md say Red Star Cough Cure is beneficial Although budding and grafting fruit and other trees for the purpose of mul- Â¬ That was a very conscientious humor- Â¬ HAY FEVER tiplying and perpetuating choice varie ist who broke off an engagement becausa ties was practiced by the old Roman his girl had chestnut hair The Hatchet My hrotherMyron and myself were both cared to gardeners and the art has been handd all appearance of Catarrh Variety the Splco of Life down through successive generations to last Â¬ the letters received by and nay FeverCp to Jiy There is variety in the present day farmers and landowntils Mrs Lydia E Pmkham testifying to tho and August neither have ers have depended largely until quito Dec VS cures effected by her Vegetable Compound date any retnrn of these recently upon seedling trees for their and the great relief afforded to thousands had orchards The lirst ettlers of this of women in all sections Mrs C of troubles Elys Cream Balm used I have taken three bot- Â¬ was the medicineSpencer tree seeds with Toronto says country brought fruit Mrs Gabbiel Feerjs them anil ll the earlier orchards were tles with very gratifying results Quebec Tioga Co 2T B planted principally with seedling trees Stephen I am nowof Shetfington using the fourth bottle says raised in private nurseries This prac- and have derived great benefit already CREAM BALM tice was continued for several genera- Â¬ Sarah C of Eugene City Oregon the tions in all the Eastern Slates and says It is the best medicine for C fe- Â¬ has gained an enviable reputation wherever known Mrs male sox I have ever found Â¬ many of the earlier settlers in the WestYour Compound has displacingA all other prepasays Fe particle is ap rations ern States started their orchards with of Santa a great deal of good Mrs H S plied into each nostril no pain agreeable to use done me by seed thinking no doubt that this was D It has Price 50cELY mail or at druggists Send for circular of Portland Me says Y BROTHEKS lruggl3 Owcgo the most certain as well as the cheapest done for me all it claimed to and I cheer- Â¬ Statue of Liberty Enlighteniag tha WetiaJ DP a lows- - ur ai tu tup- l lure UIIGT RP IN ORZs A way of securing a supply of fruit It fully recommend it to all suffering as I r n c of Lex- Â¬ liMraj n C rfiUXU -- HWV Mrs D H E done lONCrt may have been a cheap way if a man have The Committee In charge of the construction of tha have taken one bot- Â¬ Va says to zLJLrSixr vrmjvLi srj bass and pedestal for the receptloaof this sreafrorX does not count the years lost in wa ting ington I assure you I Ifeel a great deal bet- Â¬ tle and In order to raUe funds for It ceteUe y TlJ J for the trees to grow for as a rile seed Â¬ ter I feel strong as ever and Ive never felt have prepared a miniature Statue six iiwhes faAetfM ling pear and apple trees do not come a pain in my back since the second dose -t- he Statue Bronzed Pedestal into bearing until they are lifteen to which they are now dellveflnsto subscribers ttrcERr out the United States at One Dollar lEack than twenty years old and when they do What is a great leal worsestage rain This attractlTTe souvenir and Mantel or Best oraa cats and dogs Hailing a produce fruit there is no certaintv of its ing mentis a perfect fac timllt of the model fumlsedby being what is wanted or even worth the artist Â¬ teaspoonful of soda one cupful of rai- Â¬ sins two cupf uls of currants one table spoonful of ginger one tablespoonful of cloves one tablespoonful of cinnamon and one tablespoonful of allspice mix soft as can be rolled These will keep several months Exchange A c UTespondent of the Netv En- Â¬ gland Farmer says that a New Yok farmer observod that some of h apple trees that had been dressed with un- hached wood ashes bore apples which kftpt all winter without rotting while the ret of the fruit rotted bad y His trees were infested with avple treo He finally applied wood ashes blight at the rate of two hundred bushel to the acre to hs orchard and washed the bodies of the trees with lye The orchard recovere 1 from the blight and the apples would then keep well in an ordinary cellar all winter AMD UE TOHIO Constitutional Tonic NO EQUAL IT HAS H Â¬ caused by malarial poisoning of the blood such as CiilUa and FeTer FeTer and Ague Sun Pains Dumb Cbllls Intermittent Bemittcnt Bilious and all other FeTCis caused by malaria It U also the salcit and best cure for enlarged Spleen Fever Cake General Debility Sale by all Drugslsta endPerlodlc Neuralgia ft I A warranted cure for all diseases f L WARNER GO Bwtestsr X Y CHAS F KEELER 5For ProD WKSAGE of St John Mc wascotnpletelr prostrated by tne Hardships endnred during tbe lata war He returned home a wrecX Twth lcmlnd aad twdy For twentv years he simply existed halfta ta time more dead than alive untllbe ii xu oiu vcut iu or ik Chicago ill UMu siinTistloTsr R U AWARE THAT A MONTH i OUR DRUQGIST 111- ill WA Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m m Ayers Sarsaparilla I -- 1 agSSPih ttgZg2Vfts -- Â¬ CMB8H Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M mm IWWW mZ l w fc w fc i Nlclcel-ailTere- jc Iff tt I h puts the following sarcastic saying into the mouths of two filthy lazzaroni Father What shall we do with our son good-for-nothi- ng Bones Whv make him assume his grandfathers title of Conte de Count Rajrs and Stracci ed Ossi Mother fpS ENNOBLED AT LAST Â¬ more likely tfrora valuable vane- ties than that from inferior sorts but the chances are larjrelv in iavor of ai retrograde movement the tendency be ing to breed back as it is termed to Â¬ ward the wildings or original types This inherent tendency to revert to original forms or types accounts in part at least for the slow progress made b man in his endeavors to improve the plauts and animals with which he has been most intimately associated ry irw irr o il if l Worlds Dispensary iledical Association Buffalo K sss nniionto sfcamp3 fliBimses auTectinc Consultation free if wmmmsm 5psa fie tha hlood Five DoUars Xach delivered The Statuette In same metal ttKlcetruXesJUaKL Isa Reliable Remedy tor Hver Complaints and ills caased by a ueranc ea or torpid condition of tho Liver as Dts-Constipation Bflioosces s Jaczdice Headache Woman is tho Sunday ot TTo nrnlmllv hail Eve in his mind ns she was the beginning of the weal A poet savs prove its merit Thousandaof testimonials ITS llEPTJTATION DRUGQIST Willi TELL TOO ef Itresnlatethbcrtrelpnn- trenzthn the srtm awrt direction AN INVALUABLE fAWnr itBJUIUIJNiS Rheumatism The designs of Statue and Pedestal are protected by models caa onlv befuratJlsei bjUtiiCorrjnUtte Address with remittance SZCXXJLRI 31UT1VEX Secretary CAmerlcan Committee of the Statue of Ubertyx S3 Mercer Street Xcwr Tvrtt rjSrateatsand the iSI into tear leaks A plumber never allows his wife to burst He hasnt time to meud such Chicago Tribune WITHOUT MONEY WITHOUT PRICE We bare Just Issued a mint wonderful and Taluabla new book which treats of diseases -- peculiar to tha female sex arid have spared neither pains cor mosey to make it worthy theperaial and confidence cf tke women 3ll over our land Every mother vlf ev atster and daughter Is deeply vUaUy Interested ia this irreat work and should send for It without delay It viilba sent to any address In the world Free or CeatI Rea4 it carefully study it well andyoa win glean lafcrna tlon that may prove mure valuable than aU the wealth of the RothschUds more nreclous than all the geau of Europes royalty It maif saveywr Ifet Beajfisld IJeg itlatob Co Box 23 AtlaEta Gs Yes and then he can marry Father some rich American lad- To the credit of the Astor and the Yanderbilt families be it said they have not sought any stupid alliances with foreign noblemen bttt contented them- Â¬ selves intermarrying with native born Americans Our young ladies when they talce their usual European trip get dazed as it were with the pinchbeck glitter of foreign society and thus easily fall victims to the present craze for empty and high sounding titles In Hoods witty ballad of Mfcs Kil mansegg tho heroine is represented as leing captivated with the linguistic ac- Â¬ complishments of the Count WHEKE THE 3IOXEY TO BUT AVAS These objectionable customs may belong to a foreign aristocracy We do not want them here The nearer we apyroach the effeminate manners of Europe the fart her shall wc recede from claimed ence NOBILITY ilADE No one who has ever been a careful observer of social life in Washington but must have been struck with the fool- Â¬ ish efforts indulged in by the gilded youtk at the capital apeing the English nobHiry Crests and coats of arms En Â¬ glish cut elothes and every conceivable imitation of this British aristocracy are all the rage If one of the young Anglo maniacs can only succeed in get Â¬ ting hold of a real English lord or mirquis the genuine article can if willing he feted dined and wined at the expense of the spurious imitation A son of the late President was regu IrJy dubbed Prince Arthur by fche Many of our young society maidens who have flown from us across the At lantic are like Miss Kilmausegg cap- Â¬ tivated bj the airy nothings breathed into their ears upon the moonlk balcony by some bewhiskered foreign Marquis whose estates consist merely of those incorporated hereditaments known to the posts as Chateaux en Espagne We are sorry to lose them bnt the girl who would despise her own countryman and give her money in the purchase of a foreign husband with a questonable title does not deserve the plaudits or warm wishes of the true 30ns and daushturs of Columbia Â¬ He phed her in Flemish Spanish ftnd Dutch With now and then an Italian touch Till she yielded without objecuu much To homajre to continental the glorous principles of liberty pro- Â¬ ii that Magna Charta of ourÂ¬ tlie Declaration of Independlights Worth not wealth should be respect- Â¬ ed in this country natural manners not affected ones The toiler should rank because of his usefulness above the idler and the native born American gentleman abo re all sicken- Â¬ ing impersonations of a spurious Anrericau Cor aristocracy N Louisville Courier Journal is too often the case that the garden is neglected on t farm Tho luxuries of the garden hould be enjoyed bv the fanner and the fruits should also be given their proper place on the It I 1 tanu loledo JJiaOe 1 A kecent routest between sevoral sketch artists resulted in a daw Merchant through unnumbered generations X Traveler Y Scn Be- Wrrr is a haystack like a mouse Co mpacting Land For Corn i cause the cattle eat it Sua On the question of the rationale of j A lawyers motto uum cuiquc corn growing a con esnondent Of the Ara em quick tional Stockman has the following A COUNTRY SEAT The milking stool Corn wants dry lauds even more The Beacon than wheat or other small grains This Ayo The laundress dairy oliloquy is in part because onlv as the soil is dry theres the rub can it be got to a high temperature Funnels close nvptnvp Quotations early in the season One of the impor- Â¬ foi spot and cellar sixty days tant advantages from planting corn on itronger jurrenz uu vi a mass 01 coarse manure is that these under the furrow keep the What piece of horse furniture does an soil porous and thus admit the warmer ol1 bachelor resemble Asir single air to the roots On any heavy soil the Members of a stranded Fixed plowing tor corn should be shallow theatricalStars troupe Burlington Free Press and after plowing it should not be rolled or otherwise packed nvrmt ns it is A bridge should never be condemned Â¬ nueessary in cultivating to make a mel- - until it hufl been tried by its piers Boslow seed bed I have often seen the ton Courier line where a stone boat was drawn Hypkrbole Auctioneer selling town across a field for ccrn after plowing dis- - property Why gentlemen Unfitly visible by the smaller plants atmospheres worth the money A i in Â¬ dependent where the soil was too much compressed This was when raias had already suf-It rbeumath in or sung ot liciently compacted the soil bit this is cure is said thuit tne at least make one for- Â¬ the condition of most common lands get it Han Ft ancisco Examiner containing some clay In a very fey ttib phrasa What is tike meaning of the teacher time after planting corn this result naked Passing stra ge might be reversed but even then tbe Shoving the Jeer sid the head boy improvement would be more due to bet-Â¬ Chicago Tiitiuf ter tilth than to eoinpaetin o-- of the sur- Â¬ face I think much of the roller for What this country need most Is a prac other crops but it is not adanted to tical scL t isfcfho can tttfemn ww Le steenn apparatus lor ciuu a jjvs com on land as heayy as most of mine ton Post- I J C 1 special featnre of Ridges Food la centred j tlnctlon to others Is Its neutral action upoa too bowels Tor this reason It is specially adapted to those seasons when hovel troables are so frequent Remember Eldses Food is en old andlrterfprepnra tlon havinR been In use for thirty years In England and America It is a perfectly Bale and nourishing diet for all conditions ui I When I say euro 1 da no tnsan morel to stop toesa ior m time and then hare thea return azaln I mean a radical care 1 bars mads tha dlseoao of FITS E7ILEP3T er FALLING EICKHESS a llfe lonfr atndy Iwarrtnc my remedy to enra the worst cases Becaaso others hare falted Is no reason for CUBE FITS j LELIQUID PAGES UNEOUALLEDTCR CEMEMTIMC - GLUE not nowrecelTingaeure Sendatoncafnr a treatise and a Fre Eottleofmy luftUble remedy Giro Express and Post DSce II costs yon nothlnjr for a trial and I irfU cura voa Addresa Dr H O BOOT va Pearl gL KirTaA sggl t tTscd by Mason HamhnOrsaa fcPIaaoCswPaifW Mjd mW h r thm Palace Car Co- i 1 c CEJWENT CO EVtRYWHEHE GLOOCESTR SataaUTta Cacs c luaill MiiC 99LM W1T m RlSSQKETTLATTS OaeeraFayfrtaa commU3tons Jeerter UbyihUWand increase experience 19rellev years cdienUons success or no fee Vftite for circulars and laws A W McCOHMICS it jQii ClndnaatL Ohio the EVERETT PUM i auu1 and Bible iiuirs zrncc ICLL TUC inc ir SIwlXXElS SrATX05IUtS CO St LeuISMo urn Goldea of InUiniI WorshipspicytherohltUloa IN TOUCH Catr and boolc of tbe by Uncle Tim The most IN TONE CraSSea74tilel IN FINISH gggk3SSr aw vans ctuiMra r jroJst jr cjrjbtO iHLOJfcC oo 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