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tremulously George butl would rather not grant this re- Â¬ and 240 pupils a largti proport5f Aj- rA fell tfad ffaiti The general reader knows more assembly She spoke there recently quest Say no more about it dear wont you look at me dear I have Some time ago a quartette of Colo- Â¬ whom conw from Mornionhomos reeled off Post probably about the solar system than Hartford brother irom an endless skicru something want to say to yon During the last nine years Franco rado bucks came to Chicago to swap Washington is a remarkaBFr re Â¬ about the details of regimental life So George turned the conversation to Still he did not move f Tfeords of Iron ring has spent nearly 5000000 per annum wealth for soaring hilarity and to ligious city Statistics show ISO something else and speedily forgot all You must not feel so badly about it though ho Is always ready to listen to a ptowivrith every jar on increasing and reorganizing her uni-Â¬ C arminate the metropolis They paid churches with 49351 members CTC s rirtly moving- car about the matter Vf dear continued Susan still In that taie Of wfdng like that Which Was lately versity institutions USic and oUon well combined Tho most popular teacher in Drink tremulous voice and laying her hand told homage to Bacchus until thev began to this total membership howeverabout H1 give relief to a troubled xsJds about soldiers wives It will bo claims get somewhat shaky in the legs and 21000 arein the colored cfiufehes The New York Advocate water Academy was Prof Reeves who tenderly on his shoulder t was a he trees and fences Bear the track A returning missionary writeslto a had the class in English Literature and little hart at first of course But it hews td maiiy that a soldier can not that the Methodist Church has had then chartered a hack and then the Go fcylBg- backward fast We suffer so much in Natural History and he was particu- Â¬ dont matter and I dont wonder that lawfully get married or is not recog- Â¬ 40000 persons added to its membership jamboree commenced in earnest After church paper AiidlMDBses swim In level fields the hot season that we are fidlv con Â¬ larly kind to Georce who took a srreat you acted as you clitU it was only nized as lawfully married until he has in the past three months Ustii 1c seems rfthtst That I sioBckifBdlng- Ftill The Boston Latin School has cele- Â¬ an hours ride with stops at all way sta- Â¬ vinced thatrifis the wilV of thLord and genuine interest in evervthinir per natural that yOU should be ashamed of completed six years service and is also Ab4 tbe oAfl Is gliding- past taining to uwrc and was an excellent ma coming in upon you so unexpectedly the possessor of a good conduct badge brated its two hundred and fiftieth an tions for refreshments one of the Big that we should retnrri to America TxP C34tatyefcclcctyf clangl A ordg6 tes br with a bans It is snoken of as the pio Â¬ Four took the haekman aside and with fore the hottest Indian weather is upon historian It may -- herefore bo under Â¬ and in this plain cheap dress and Having served the allotted period leave niversarv lBetfe6 to cross its span stood how great was Georges pride and I dont mind it at all really But has to be obtained from the command Â¬ neer institution of the public school sys- an air of much impressiveness inquired us ajram i fefcjfttiatselifeof man tem of America It is a 3 car older than in a cautious whisper the extent of his Awl iEpan of life is much too brief pleasure in He was a irraduate in natures asked by the Professor spoke she le i shortened or clouded br useless grief to make onebeing small party which had even as sheon tho floor sank down in a ing Officer 8t the regiment but as a rule Harvard lifer claim to their beneficence He was university Nature is wiser tKau th of a little heap and hilling permission is granted readily enough in view a visit to the museum at Beav- Â¬ face in her hands began to cry as if bar But even then it may be some time be- Â¬ Although Costa Rica is burdened quiet about it because theleading char Â¬ schoolmaster she educates hntsEe A dozen homes are left behind At every minutes run noes jro ers Falls heart Would break fore the newly elected benedict can with a public debt of about ten dollars acteristic of a Colorado man is to insist never crams lier scnoiars uo degjretsj that somebodys I knowcentered in every hope or fears the Gov-Â¬ on paying for everything Avhen he up to take their degrees their George had frequently strolled iuto George was by her side in an instant avail himself of the privileges of free per capita of her population Are one Somebodys race has only begun come to them Jean Inqeloic the museum when at honlo aud knew his arm aroundherr and as he kissed quarters ernment supports a university and pub- Â¬ knocks around with a crowd Asd somebodys nearly done by heart the contents of almost every over and over again the poor scarred lic schools in every city and village The haekman said his bill was ten In 1877 there were twenty three 3teajpety bampety bind The cae it contained but he had never had tear wet facef he poured forth words of whom proportion of married men for The schools are free except an enroll Â¬ dollars Around the curves I wind Danish Norwerian Baptist churches A accommodation is The platform rocks and swings any one with him who could talk in Â¬ deepest sorrow and contrition and Government is about ten provided by ing fee of two dollars for each pupil It was paid and the carnival pro- - eia ht Western States with 135CT mem- per cent of Bat rests on trusty springs telligently about them or who could pleaded humbly to be pardoned for the the total strength ot the regiment and annually and teachers are pad from gressed at a rattling gait At the next bers seventeen ordained ministers- - and Theres nothiajf po good for a tired brain explain to bini the nature of various odd pain he caused her As a ride at the end of a lightning train pause to irrigate another man found twelve meeting houses - Now ther are when a man has obtained the necessary thirty live to fifty dollars per month A JI Etisiyn objects which had puzzed him The Roman Catholics claim about an opportunity to exenange a lew thirty nine churches thirty four min Susan he said it is toti who uermlssion to enter the holy estate it 0 Lm sure to have a apital time ho ought to be ashamed of mc I can nay happen that the married strength 100000 colored members in tiie United private words with the jehu in the isters and twenty seven meotmgbouSes tho and perhaps BE EEMEMBERED thought to call on Susan I mav have a never nover forgive myself If you had of the regiment is already abovo States two thirds -of whom reside inuuu-t - course of which he inquired the amount- Ar Y Examiner chance 01 pomicai influence he considered hmiFH give her only told me how you came by these tho limit in which case he has states ot Maryland ncniucKy ami Since 1870 women have been ad Â¬ a genuine U7ptlse If I had only td support his wife and self siansu liie t Josepn s iuissiuuium sBuunumiu to scars dear sister mitted to universities in Sweden Not The One The haekman said he had no hope of way Russia Switcrland Italy Spain leavers Falls was onlv sbttv miles known nrt llic rnffimnnfnl tifnr nfl rnfinnc But Society began systematic work among j liie t 5ocra no 11 e years ago getting a post office and would have to and France At Sc Petersburg ia His Life n Act of distant from DrinkWator and the natuOf course Susan returned is aiiowett tne privilege ot living these people about tnirteen chapter ac call it ten dollars and held its first general ral hStOry party taking ail early traiii twUfdlu and told him over and over 1882 ninety nine young women were j ago K Y Stm It was paid and the excursion re-- given degrees in the literaryand5histor reached the museum at eleven Oclock again that she loved him just as well taking his meals in barracks with the Baltimore ten years - George Mason was a very prominent i George kept as Tclosd as possible to as ever Then she began to look for clergyman des ring contribu- - sinned its winding way In a short time ical departmonfcand sixty four in the Cman in Beavers Folk For several Professor Reaves and was deeply in Â¬ something nice for him to eat and other men he is permitted to draw his tions for a special object fitted up an the wheels of the chariot had ceased to scientific department do his best terms a member of the Legislature and terested in the discussions which took packed a little basket full of goodiea rations and a pound of to make three ux horn at the church door Upon this whirl and the four gidsome brlcL were quarters of meat per diem Japanese educators are ranking an itwice Governor of the State his name place between that gentleman and a for him to take back to the Academy and one pound of bread fill two mouths bn insenhtul his nsiurations to tUls airain looking to the zenith and hearing effort to substitute Roman letter for This painful mntter lmtst never be instead of one This orn was once on tne something gurgle At this pause the those now in use in Japan It would waswidely known and universally re- Â¬ noted scientist who was an excellent How the men contrive effect she to make both ends meet under such cir-- ead of a hox and now hit his a mis- Â¬ third man made it his business to quiet-Â¬ probably require but little- persuwon to talker and possessed a wonderful fund referred to again dear George spected and 7ns friends mam- - of whom We cumstanccs is a mvsten but they do sionary box of information on the of natural as she kissed It might have been the ly step aside and put a few words in the induce the people to adopt English lated their acquaintance with him from history But some ofsubjectother boys said both forget it him good bye will the odd jiiigle and it might have been the ear of the acquisitive pilot of the expe- Â¬ languageontrghtifonemayjndgjffronv Â¬ and as a rule the married men of a reg boyhood said he was a strictly upright grew tired after a time of the learned Ah that was easier to say than to do iment contrive to keen up a better kit old Englishmans zeal or a combina- Â¬ dition as to the nature and extent of the willingness with which they have 3nan and had never done anything gentlemans views and strolled away George knew that the memory of it j than their unencumbered companions tion othe two but certain it is that his claim upon their standing in society accepted other Anlerican and English in different directions in searcli of clung to his sister as l3ng as she lived Of course there are exceptions and this special missionary box attracted Tor the kindness of his escort Taewi dishonest or cruel customs and methods Current The haekman said that times were and made her doubly sensitive to her many an officer will be able to call to contributions in an extraordinary man- Â¬ amusement of some kind But there was an incident of his early but that he could get along with jf The pnblia hears from tinr toirae Chicago Times George was listening unfortunate appearance and he would a discussion over the question of jouth of which they knew nothing an the Professors description attentively to willingly have given all the wealth and mind some startling effects encountered ner Prof Blackie is not the only eccen harddollars ten of a strange in his subaltern days on the occasions - public worship at Htrvard Univareitnr incident he bad nevr mentioned to any species of moth found in Australia honor ho acquired in his later years to of kit inspection as when what to tric master the vouiur men of Edinburg Airain they loaded up and went forjit present fact xne and of which he could not think when he was annoyed by a touch on his rid her eyes of that mournful expres- Â¬ all intents and purposes seemed to be a University have had over them Prot warn m quest 01 a siui iunner auuiuon In point ofSnndaythere arein tne coK service regular even at sixty years of age without a ting Â¬ arm and turning saw John Drake his sion which reproached him for that one neat folded linen shirt or flannel vest Christison whose sou became eminent to their prospect for headache in the no chapel Duringthc winter an oo lege act Florence B has proved on closer inspection to be in Edinbui-- Medical School once morning and when the corks had casional discourse was givtn- - Attend ling In his cheeks and a feeling of boon companion at the Academy and evanescent sparkler tho son of wealthy and aristocratic Hallowcll in JS Y Examiner the remains of an article of female attire havino- caught a student winking in his popped and theremaining philanthro ance upon some church on Sunday is deepest shame and contrition parents him to stand up and disappeared the Latinclassordered not usually worn by the male sex but by a recent dext was connected with his sister Susan Yr smirs-ino- nist found an opportunity to jret his no longer requisite attendancb upon c HUCKLEBERRIES Come along with me whispered v t no ix When once a married man has be- Â¬ cwwrvvj ito fiirv- luiivuo cision compulsory neighborhood of the brig nd though Susan never alluded to it in John 1 know you have heard enough his smiling and above all no tipping of breith in the prayers in thecollegachapel ny way and seemed to cherish only of this sort of talk and I want you to Il3w a Couple of Young Americans come enrolled on the strength nose and with much incoherency morning He the wink for such thiugs are hurtful ands position is materially improved N Y Swi is continued the kindest feelings toward him George see the ugliest woman you ever laid Secured a Supply for the Winter has his single room in barracks with to yourselves baneful to the repuoiic of speech wanted to know the extent of An ancient custom wag observed felt sure that she remembered it to the eyes on Shes enough to give a fellow Ge whiz Look at tho huckleber- coal gas and wood free his wife gets a and will bring down the gray hairs ot the levy its church day of her death and that the remem the nightmare for a week Dill and ries The haekman said Colorado people recently at a London will of where Svv share of the regimental washing and if vour parents Avith sorrow to the grave Peter accordance with the brance was as painful to her as to him Manning have been trying to chaff her she is a good laundress frequently has Hum by the way thats a very pretty came his way so seldom that he would monds which dates so far back ssr the Golly aint that immense She was only his half sister and there but the3r cant get a word out of her hayc to exact a ransom of ten dollar sir The speakers were two small boys some of the mess and officers linen to sentence turn it into Latiif Y Literary was a ainereno of nearlv seventeen Look there she is now Once more the wheels were put in year l86 sixty of the younger boysof N By the practice of strict econo- Â¬ years in their gcs George could not barefooted and with bio-- wash soldiers wife can under such con- Â¬ and j he Chautauquarecognizing the de Â¬ motion and along towards morning the Christs Hospital attended divineserv George turned his eyes toward the sun burned Scientific Circle ices in the morning and afterward its Temember either of his parents for they door and saw coming slowly toward straw hats They wore short pants my a ditions enjoy a more comfortable ex-Â¬ mand for education in the practical boozy party brought up at the Grand ceived a new penny and a bag of rais Â¬ bad died Tjjhen be was an infant but he him a heavy basket of towels on her buttoned to a waist with large white good As istence than if she is mated to an agri- pursuits of life and encouraged by the Pacific and disembarked for the hotel ins It was statedthat this was flic two Jjftfttnerer felt their loss so tireless and arm his sister Susan But wonderful success of its former efforts they were about to go into buttons and were on their way to the cultural laborer or mechanic hundred and ninety first celebrati0n of complete was Susans devotion to him one of the men said to the haekman All the boys at the Academy knew this quaint ceremony creek to swim but at sight of a large even under the most favorable condi- Â¬ has decided to add to its great schoolÂ¬ r or bis sake she had given up her that George had a sister and that she patch of ripe berries forgot all about tions it is hard to lay by for a rainy another branch to be called the Chau I paid you I believe At Portland 3fe- - a clergyman w1iq dreams of becoming a teacher and had lived in Beavers Falls but were not Yes aaid the bold buccaueer you day and we may be sure that many of tauqua Town aud Country Club and to the water manages a Gospel temperance migiQji taken up the laborious occupation of a aware that her occupation was that of did Â¬ Go for em said the older bo- - the wives of the brave fellows who have b devoted to the practical study of agwhich laundress and that he might be comÂ¬ a laundress He had never considered Butl paid you myself didnt I has organized a Gideons Band efiectlif and without more delay both scraml led lately set out for the Soudan had not riculture The most novel feature of inquired the second man introduce Wagnerianis said to fortably clothed and sent to school she it necessary to mention that fact programme of work to club will few shillings than in the chorus sung during the serv had denied herself almost the necessi- Could he acknowledge it now Could into the bushes and were soon stained more a fresha start with In civil the members be the be expected to select Yes sir will All inside and out with bright blue juice make ties of life toa ices tne mea on wmen uio scueme i But hold on I paid the rascal he go forward and embrace fraternally one or more pieces a founded being taken from Jadgos vii Hard as she was obliged to work and this tired looking stooping plainly It does not take long for a boy to fill life a to thrifty a housewife will en from prepared liston the farm in the Didnt f John put in the third of work to be done 16 And he Gideon divided 30GT you did few as were her pleasures she never dressed woman with the scarred dis- Â¬ himself aud soon both boys were as deavor lay by small stock against garden or in the house to perform the It runs in my head that bad times occasioned by slackness of hold complained and was so bright and torted face What would the boys say full as they could But I gave him ten dollars just a men into three companies and he put work when the bread winner may work carefully and thoroughly and to Um guess that is all I can hold cheerful always that George when a if he did so And Prof Reeves said the a trumpet into every mans hand- withi short time ago Didnt I through force of circumstances be com- Â¬ send in a written report of the work remarked the first boy empty pitchers and lamps within the little fellow took it as a matter of No he could not do it last victim spell of enforced to pitchers Boston Journal Ini full too you bet but I wish I pelled butendure athe soldier wifeidle- Buffalo Express course that she should toil for his main Â¬ did for a fact You Yet he hesitated a moment his better this ness tenance xind never thought to thank or feelings his love for the sister who had was holler all the way to my feet so I necessity is withso apparent o long as Codex Argantens The famous And do you mean to say that you not could hold more Lets take some home VIT AND WISDOM pity her taken ten dollars from each one the four gospels translated by Bishop have done so much for him struggling for her husband remains in the service ill Ulphibs is preserved in the University r But as ho grew older he began to re the ascendancy then with the thought to mother The sunshine of lifes highway of us or well so long will he receive a certain how can aOfee his obligations to her and to wish of Opsala It is written on 1S2 leaves Thats the way it looks to me She will never know he turned em All right but any more we carry amount of daily pay and although the comes from happy hearts inside of I cant hold Do of parchment in letters of silver oa at that he could take on his own shoulders aside to avoid the meeting Well areoou satisfied now continrercv of his services beinir re Those who have resources within we aint got basket or sack the burden bers had carried so long ground of faded purple It is kept in a But he turned too late Susan had me andtell ye what aLets take off our quired abroad may at times present themselves who can dare to live alone von want anymore Ill When he graduated at the High School happened to glance in the direction in Suit glass case and under lock and key IX Just as you please - gentlemen of such least o t I dates back to the second half of the in Beavers Falls he begged her to let which he stood and recognized him at pants tie up the legs an carry em itself to her mind the possibilit until it want friends the how tobut at the same yourselves aimi vuum smu iw n overlooked prize them the an event is usually time bct know home full him and employment of some kind but once riirvln- nfti YYm- ght to be in fourth century and besides-- being oft wXlitlUUUlf most And without a mo- arrives to find her quite unprepared All right ber heart was set on bis spending a She gave a slight exclamation and Youre a credit to Chicago value to thereligious world it gives thof Congress aside the men married with Putting As benevolence is th most sociable andTm proud to know you Do us the secular world all the knowledge it now couple of years at theDrinkwater Acad- was about to put down her basket ments delay the two little rascals leave there are in nearly ever regislipped off their pants tied up the bot- Â¬ of all virtues so it is of the largest ex- honor to come in and have a bottle of possesses of the early Gothic thepaxenr emy asd she would not listen to any when suddenly she paused and her face ment a large proportion of men whe tent leg with string there is not any man either so othoi plan of all the Germanic tongues with us What do you say flushed crimson In her brothers ex- Â¬ tom of each of pants full of and soonÂ¬ have got married without the necessary great for so or lttle but he is yet capable wine ripe berhad each pair ifJOPtr BH Now is the time for you to learn pression of mortification and annoy- Â¬ That strikes me said the man of Slincirur their pants over their permit to do so Although they do not of jrivinjr and receiving benefits ries George she said and I want to see ance in his attempt to avoid her she staggering gall as he threw the blanket PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS JB actually offend against military law It was somewhat embarrassing for on his horses you well fitted to take your place in the read the truth he was ashamed of her shoulders thej started for home slipped their status as married men can not be along by a few even- world A good education is of the first And into the hotel the party went For an instant she stood motipnles past the the woods down the hollow recognized by the authorities The man Aunt Jaue when Johnny of friend- - at A man content tolive in an oleomair old watering trough and ings since at a gathering importance to a man and I know if 1 then with a long gasping sigh which srd put in the remainder of the night marine boarding house does not khowon who marries without sanction is to all his Didnt injuring wine into the gourmand with allowed you to leave school now I would seemed to George to come from the reached the barn where they found a mothers house asked purposes looked which side his bread is buttered regret it as long as I lived Never mind depths of her heart she lifted her large basket emptied the berries and practical intents and is compelled tc vou know the real Noah Aunt Jane the vain hope that they would crowd jr 0 Picayune He where they belonged And upon as single about my working so bard Im used heavy basket higher on her arm aud put the pants Some people imagine that to be in Â¬ him to the wall and make him refuse to to mess with his comrades in Schools are arc to be established an to it and wouldnt know how to be with averted face passed by him with- Â¬ do you suppose the berries were all nice continue although as a rule a certain solent is to impress the world with their take anything more But he sat up Not a bit of it About barracks whole ones the navy forTnslrucilmThlcidinary ldle dignity The world is not to be de- with them till they gave it up as hope- Â¬ out a word one third were mashed and the inside of amount of laxity is observed in allowinp ceived in such matters art The fine old expression son oPa Bo George went to the Acadcury at True dignity less and beat a retreat He saw her stop at a desk at the other the pants were damp and blue leave to sleep out of barracks When a sea cook will henceforth have added Trinkwater and his brave unselfish end of the room and give the basket to sits like a coronet of jewels on the brow He had learned his trade at Niagara JIaiL The boys didnt notice this but picked regiment moves from one station to an- of politeness Arkansato Traveler sister continued to wash and wring and a janitor who gave her some money in and understood his business thoroughly force X Y up the basket aud carried the berries to other the wives of such men often find Ella Wheeler has written a poem oh iron proud that her labors secured to return but saw no more for fearing to We are glad to learn from a valued as they found to their cost This is not a mattefof extreme difficulty to scrape editors aro She must him the education she considered of meet her eyes again he turned his face mother Wasnt she delighted That it contemporary that pickled walnuts a flight of fancy but an actual occur malaria she epeets tothinkbne- - of them get same day the berries were prepared and together the necessary funds for the are now introduced at dinner itiot6 if such paramount importance If rencc Chicago Ledger toward a case of butterflies aud moths railway journey although to theii to take ir willingly even if she QiTersftDA Her letters to him were models of and pretended to be deeply interested put in jars and all that winter we had credit be it said they as a rule do man there is anything wo dislike it is to sit you should have But huckleberries give it to him for nothings Oil Gityr cheerfulness and good humor and she in them THE CZAR a pickled walnut at dinner seen those boys that uight when they age to solve this difficult problem some opposite be on speaking terms with it Derrick no mention of the severe head Â¬ made He was startled bv an exclamation of way or other and before their husbands and not anil Convince lu A Jersey City doctor form his aches which frequently prostrated her surprise and pleasure from Trof undressed for bed Of all the blue hae fairly settled down in Vheir new Philadelphia Press Whom He Must Consnlt the Kvcnt of War written prescription into poetry for hours or the terrible cough she con- Â¬ Reeves who broke off in the middle of sights you ever saw and it would not quarters they are generally located in a A Western citizen who had been tracted by doing without rubber shoes a sentence and started forward toward rub off either We do not like some of our contom doctors prescription is bad enough lodging within easy distance of the bar- worsted in a fight was told that he could From the waist down thoe boys were which she did not feel able to buy the center of the room with outstretched - poraries accuse the Russian Govern- Â¬ under any circumstances bufcwritten I did co lect daiucollect damages one or rather two masses of blue rack gate lonjearf George could only guess at the sacri- - hand verse must be an awful dose 1 coi- Incredible as it may seem not very ages he replied mournfully How ment of habitual and deliberate bad Statesman Blue mass is a better phrase lices she made for him Shields he cried in Susan Susan many jears ago as many as three or lectcd everything but a piece of my left Over the mantel in Susans little sitti- a voice that was distinctly heard bT they did yell and laugh until their four soldiers families had to accommo- Â¬ ear and two front teeth leouiitn t una faith Its statesmen are probably no Electric scarf pins are the latess came up to see what the matter ng-room worse than half the diplomatists of the thing in dudedum The spark is kept hung a fine photograph of every one in the room be mis- Â¬ motherThen both crept into bed and date themselves in a single room in bar- those Y Y Times I cant -George neatly framed Susan valued taken Have I met you at last after all was all from Prince alive by means of a pocket battery-racks the only division being curtains A scientist says that the way to Continent who are Peck drew a blanket over the scene it as her dearest earthly possession and these years a time the au- sleep is to think of nothing read Mrs Bismarck downward possessed with the Perhaps by and by a little light canli stretched across After at- Christmas time it was always head y It seemed to George as if the room Sun thorities awoke to the fact that this Smith in a newspaper If that be notion that guile is upon occasion an admitted into a dudesfiepubiwiha suni wreathed with bright bolly and smilax was whirling around him Could it be of things was not quite what it true I should say that you would sleep allowable weapon They regard the lar process Broome state Pompeiis Danger George did not know how frequently possible that it was Susan the sister of should be and a single room to each all the time my dear said her hus Â¬ making of feints as part of statecraft A shrewd old gentleman odce said his sisters eyes sought that pictured whom he had been ashamed that the B sure my- - dear There is reported danger that the couple has long been the order of the band Mr Smith for I just as it is part of strategy and have to his daughter No doiibt face when sitting at her sewing nor Professor held by the hand so gladly latest eruption of Vesuvius will over day London Xctvs Chicago no more scruple about gaining time by you never marry a poor maabufsror think a great deal of yon how many times she left her washtubto and whom he was leading toward the Tribune assurances than about preparing an nnmliap thft th nnnrest andTnofh- The whole of whelm Pompeii afresh takealookatit- - He laughed one day man of science with so eager an air money The Anamese Aristocrat that go to ambuscade But we do think as we world is Grandmother Id like toJohnny have all alornr maintained that the mg eise- - one uicjhasjuuui at the tender gentle way in which she he heard him say I the old city has not jet been disinterred Beaufort The upper class of Anamese have the rink with you Johnuj handled it when taking it down to fasten want to introduce you to the bravest by any means It is slow work to res- Â¬ doesnt want to be bothered with Foreign Offiee at St Petersburg has not An anglers paper speaks of the the cbiifi more securely-noblest woman it has ever been my lot urrect a wealthy place which once con- Â¬ modeled their life and manners as whoold lady Certainly grandmother the full control over the acts of Russian shrinkage of trcatstreaTns t AUriJufr 1 You show more respect to that pict-Â¬ to know But for her I would in all tained at least 20000 inhabitants from closely on those of the same class in the ncvon is enjoyed by other For me you go ure than you do to me Susan he said probability not have been alive now such a deep tomb of ashes and scoria China as their circumstances would Ill be glad to have own up towith door Agents which 4ne xoreigu auhusut stream may shrink but thetronr in Â¬ the eign unices generally expands and but vou will have to does It Do you think a great deal of ity She saved me fifteen or sixteen years and furthermore the work had to be They dress much the same keeper that you are over fifteen years may give assurances in the most perfect creases in weight after being removed O George you cant imagine how I ago from a frightful death I was lying prosecuted with extreme caution Reck- Â¬ permit f faith but he does not appoint and can from the stream by an angler Aorr jiicu uranoiuomer - Tit valwe it answered Susan warmly sick in bed unable to move hand or less haste might result in the destruc- Â¬ but in silk of less glossy hue They of age not remove either the Governors-Genertoicn Herald It is suph a comfort to me when you foot when a sudden breeze coming tion of priceless works of art a too never wear their hair en queue They gue s fJl wat a while yet Johnnie and or tho Commanders-in-Chie- f either wear sandals or go barefooted Texas Siftings If a man weighing 150 pounds were are gone into an open window blew the curtains sudden exposure to light and air might A man having built a large house if they act for themselves the Czar who as active in proportion to his weight as When they appear in public it is with a CtHink I ought to haTe one of jfow into the gas light Susan Shields cause masterpieces of fragde jnarerial qlnnix enn ormtrnl all alike mav for a loss what to do with the rul a flea he would be able to jump oveca waiting in the hall to speak to my to crumble into dust it has been certain number of huge umbrellas or was at His personal or dvnastic or even political 1 three story building But unless a Irish steward ad ised him to parasols some before or beside them to bish George She flushed painfully mother who was engaged with com hoped that further researches would be reasons feel compelled to side with man carried a feather bed with him to contain pit and the tears rose to ber eyes Some pany smelled the smoke and rushing rewarded by the discovery of precious indicate their rank The number has have a Anddug large enough to smiling them rather than his Foreign Minister said he what been considerably abridged since the it fall onr he wouldnt jump overa three spcideat which had occurred when up stairs maae ner way rnrougn tne manuscripts works of unknown auth- Â¬ I do with the earth I dig up who again when this has occurred story building more than once iVsT what shall George was only two years of age and flames and carried me bodily from the ors or complete copies of works where- Â¬ occupation of Tonquin by the Chinese To which the steward with makes the best of it He may resignr Graphic jV The vehicle in which they travel is a from it told room about which he had never been has been lose and of horselike palanquin of the greater part Have the pit and according to Western ideas he or hammock great gravity replied Two colored dandteswre overÂ¬ poor Susans face all Jiad taken from A brave act said Prof Beaufort which we possess only fragments of ex Â¬ should resign but that is not the way heard indulging in the following con Â¬ all the beauty it had ever possessed save I am indeed proud to know you Misr quisite beauj Already many manu- Â¬ covered by an oval roof bent down at made large enough to hould it of despotic courts where resignation iv versation on one of the streets or a the sides The dignitary always re N Y Independent thaiwhich shone in her gentle earnest Shields scripts have been found but these were clines and is entirely screened from the Young Featberly who was dining regarded as implying an impertinent Texas town I say Jim you docsn t eyes A terrible s car hopelessly dis Â¬ An act that I have never been able not of the character hoped for A del- Â¬ xl i- ut vulgar gaze by curtains that entirely with the family wasunramitting in his censure on tne sovereign would- not call aroundasmucn asyer used to at figured brow cheek and chin and the to reward deeply as I have felt my ob of lava would end all research of Giers meant resigning he sSn was withered and faded like that ligations to her for it said Prof uge tfisukind and deprive the world of one fill the uncovered openings He is at-Â¬ attentions to the eldest daughtersalt I resign but fall sick England can not de house ob Miss 3JtildaSfiowbail eatin De troof am Julius PsS-dhl-When I recovered my healtb of its most delightfully interesting tended by a multitude of coolies who dont i ee that lister isBobby any Reeves of a verv old woman Never conauer Russia and can never be in a so many times in dese Jean ctotnes oas carn be ide the parasols his betel nut vpntured watchful 4I did not mean to hurtTou Susan and I inquired for Miss Shields I found places of pilgrimage A U Times box spittoon and any other articles mind what your sister is eating noition in which a few concossimc Fsc afeered she wuTsuspec t mr irarti-said Georgegoing to her and putting that sbc had moved from the town and Democrat which may be wanteddnringthe excur Bobby interpossd the father in alarm would not induce her to make peacs robe am limited rsni5w nigga his arms about iier ana J reauy wouia Ihao nevar been able to discover The Russian war party therefor rv tT rourt nrt m r Tinlo hnvs slinnlH h atMi not Dhotojrraph of you Chinese doctors induce faith in sion Cor St Louis Globe Ifcmocrat George could endure no more Pale i likft to bave a VWI- - MLxrZiZmLSii- TrrMT ie i mi titiT Bf m she ought to eat saltr insisted j though not aided bv the oeoole has yHi J Well iM Susan brushed away her teats with bewildered and contrite he hurried their prescriptions by making ihem of m ruIma aZ aift irw tn cos ma told her las night itl to fear from the resistance of their t During the recent Franco Chinese Bobby gigantic size A writer in the ForLsch- while with ber other she from the building ni hand is the army only and the sounchangingnnyoursTut beam ammr It opinion latter country one of them two feet long her home an Joshed back the hair from her brothers When Snsan enteredbim lying on the ritt describesfcr twenty different inre- - difficulty theher Iong history was for the said to her nufst be taken with a grain UAcsmen that the Czar has to consult r first time in compelled s3i Texas Stfttngs and calling hour later she found London Spectator nV vw5S5r or to convince o norrow money irom loreign sources salt N Y Times 2o voice rLi in the little sittinsr room his fuv dients jc no the said in a rf GAROU ve feaiK 4s - i -- te - - - 1 WAT 1 1 T T I f 1 Never-to-be-Forgott- en I I Â¬ 1 -- - I te never-to-be-forgott- en -- - w- -- Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ - Â¬ -- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T- Â¬ -- V Â¬ Â¬ - -- rnan-in-the- i -- j- - al -- Â¬ j w i ri ysv a ss - -- rSer r - - r- - fe it - THE HERALD ir ma is if Ynf Ahnp Afmct jtFTte fest way to trutaait Moaey by 1 1 rw rnrft eaOiaciiiaati ktc raf will fetftt eir riL -- y registered kttr poet office aon Jmev sent ISiered at tie eeai clMfifi axil natter Haael Greex Postofice as EWTOB SPENCER COOPER the first Monday in August and arrange your aflairy so you can vote Vote for it and save yourself a portkm of the ex- Â¬ pense you are now subjected to in keep- Â¬ ing up a lot of useless officers The Hickman Courier sums up a few of the advantages in a new constitution thusly Firet Prohibiting counties and towns from voting railroad taxes Second abolishing the office of coun Â¬ ty assessors and making magistrates the assessors agents can mail publications printed periodically at the rate of one cent per ppnnd to regular subscribers Newspaper publishers can also send sample copies of their publications at one cent a pound but news agenta can not Anj article or item in a newspa Â¬ per or other periodical maybe marked to attract notice by the sender but it must not be by written or printed words Newspapers and periodicals go free of postage to regular subscribers who receive them at postoffices in the county of pub- Â¬ Third Compelling acts of incorpora- Â¬ tion for private companies lodges etc WEDNESDAY 1885 oe oDiainea tnrougu tne county courts Fourth Reforming the court eystera ATTU rcad fey peo TTTT TTTT A JjlJ a tkouad OTerÂ¬ Fifth Ballot vs viva voce voting JuLiJ Jtl ple every week aad it circulation Is in Sixth Harmonizing the State with reute wkk each lftirae it is tkercf ore the Federal constitution in regard to the THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM negro 1b Xstn Kentucky d tko rates are Seventh Power to make future afeoat half tfcee ckarce fey other nrklck aa leeal family aewiipape do not amendments by a vote of the people without a convention HAZEL GREEN KY JULY 1 elr JMgSffTHB HERALD Democratic Ticket For Representative from Montgomery iTeaifee Powell and Wolfe counties PRUKY S CODSEY i I4andnt Republican Ticket For Representative Dr FELIX M THOMAS ror exists in Letcher and Knott counties Froa an article elsewhere in our paper to dty it will be seen that a reign of ter-Â¬ Many of the best citizens are leaving feoaes crops everything behind to get away fyoa the terrible state of affairs Many ianocent men have already been Idlled and others are fearful lest one party will ssspect them of giving news to the other faction until every man liv- Â¬ ing within the two counties is in imnii aeat peril of his life Gov Kxott should at once send troops to this terror iaed section and put down the disturb Â¬ ance Under the present law the State will have to foot the bill but we would taggest that the legislature next winter pass a bill making counties engaged in like demonstrations in future responsible for the cost instead of the State If n policy of this kind were pursued such a dare devil demonstration as now exists in that bell Infected section would speedily find aa end Good citizens knowing that their property would be taxed to pay the cost of suppressing this terrorism woald rise in their might and suppress it by force of arms without calling upou the State for assistance It is not right that people living in another part of the State should by taxation have to pay for this devilment There is neither justice nor common sense in such a law The good people of other sections prevent like troubles and why not the good peoÂ¬ ple of Knott and Letcher be compelled to prevent them there If the good peo Â¬ ple had taken advantage of the trouble in its infancy and arrested and brought the offenders of the law to justice every- Â¬ thing would now be quiet and serene Is there a community or a section in the d State where the would not cause a reign of terror ele- Â¬ if it were not for the ment No Is there a community that would allow any one to bring into its sacred precincts 400 worth of repeating guns for the avowed No and purpose of creating carnage should be some legislation to pun- Â¬ there ish any officer of the law who will allow each things Make the people of the county pay the cost and let the govern- Â¬ or order troops whenever there is an in dication of a disturbance Troops can be ordered in this instance and the State must pay the bill but a bill should be p reseated to the legislature next session and passed making the property in the counties allowing such things responsi- Â¬ ble for the debt Let it be a general law for the entire State and as certain as there is a sun like demonstrations in our be- Â¬ loved Commonwealth will cease We hope every legislator will go there next session with the determination to pass just such a bilL It would have no oppo- Â¬ sition to amount to anything because in the major part of the State peace and quiet reign and every sensible man knows it is because the good people in- Â¬ sist on seeing the laws enforced dont-care-a-law-and-ord- We will next week publish the law calling for a vote on a new constitution and every voter in this section should read it and then go to the polls and cast his vote for it Remember that politics has nothing whatever to do with this vote and tliat every man who fails to vote is counted as against it Unless you wbli to continue a high rate of taxa Â¬ tion aye pay more taxes than even you now do you had better go up and cast your vote for a new constitution On the other hand if you are satisfied with having your money squandered by a lot of useless office holders and want to pay more taxes than you now do you can staj at home We think however you will vote for it aud quit paying high tax- Â¬ es We hope you will There are in this county about 1137 voters and when the polls close on the night of the third of August next there should be for a new constitution just as many votes as we have voters Do not stand idly by and see all your property eaten up in taxes when by the loss of an hour you can save many dolhirs Now with all this pleading with you to vote for the new constitution if Wolfe county should allow it to be defeated remember that we urged you to vote for ic er law-and-ord- er To those of our friends who have little faith in politics from an independent standpoint we commend the following from the Paducah Standard a democrat- Â¬ ic paper of pronounced type It is only a matter of time until the independents will go to the front The good men of both parties will cut loose and form a party purged of corruption of every kind a party that will have for its ob-Â¬ ject the good of the country and not its spoils But read what the Standard lias The large democratic majority to say in Kentucky and that partys long and unitcrrupted control of matters has tend- Â¬ ed largely against the reform so necessa ry to our well being We say this as a democrat and the son of a democrat If the democrats of Kentucky were obliged each time to work with a will to put forth their very best men and guard as-Â¬ siduously every point in order to secure success fewer mistakes would be made and rings and cliques would be relegated to the rear And we sound a note of warn Â¬ ing An independent element is grow- Â¬ ing up and spreading throughout the State from Hickman to Carter which will sot be led blindly by bosses and which will one day topple the present re-Â¬ gime of ocials and the reformers will be none the less democrats in doing so Whea a plea for reform is met by the reÂ¬ buff What do you propose to do about it then it is rime to have a change On the first Monday in August the people of this State will be called upon to vote for or against a new constitution for this Commonwealth With a new csMtitutkm oar taxes will be less and very many unnecessary lclimbs of the law is the shap of office holders will be relegated to sose other field than that The War in Letcher and Knott The trouble in the mountain counties does not appear to be any nearer settle Â¬ ment now than it was a month ago The matter has been taken up and discussed in a Cincinnati paper which has grossly exaggerated thetate of aifairs but things arc bad enough Hon H F Finley Judge of the Fif th teeuth Judicial district in which most of the lawlessness exists declared a littfe over a mouth ago that he would not hold court in Letcher county unless afforded military protection Ife called upon uovernor Knott to lurnish troops and stated that if they were not forthcoming he would not venture in the county As there was no evidence that the civil authorities had been exhausted in the effort to preserve the peace the troops were not furnished iesterday a reporter learned that true to his word Judge Finley did not hold court in either Letch- Â¬ er or Knott county After leaving Pine ville where he presided over Bell circuit court he went to Harlan Court house where he is said to have remained upon the bench one day The attorneys got together in Knott and Letcher and elect- Â¬ ed Col J B Dishmau Barbourville special judge Judge Irishman convened the court at both county seats and tried a few cases without trouble At Whites burg Letcher county however a man was killed during the session of the court Judge Dishmau being a prominent law- Â¬ yer was engaged in most of the large cases and of course all these had to be continued The reporter was informed that Governor Knott will soon appoint a special judge to try the remaining cases A spe- Â¬ cial term must be called for this business and it will prabably be done some time in September Many people who have censured Judge Finley for his action in this matter have wondered why the gov-Â¬ ernor did not take this step sooner That could not be done however said the reporters informant until both the presiding judges had refused to hold court and the bar had failed to elect a qualified special judge This has now been done aud the governor is free to act The punishment of crime is vested with the civil authorities he continued It rests almost entirely with the circuit judge and Commonwealths Attorney and not until they refuse entirely to do their duty can the executi ve interfere In this district H C Eversole is the commonwealths attorney and through cowardice or some other reason he has left most of the work in the troubled section to be performed by substitutes when it is done at all In the five years he has held office he has been at but two terms of the Bell circuit court and it eems that he did not pretend to go up iuto either Harlan or Letcher As both he and Judge Finley have failed to bring the mountain offenders to justice special officers will be ap pointed who are not afraid to discharge their duty A judge who is not bound up with these people can do a wonderful amount of good The people have learned to despise the circuit court from its weak policy of dealing with criminals letting the most heinous ofieders out upon bail and permitting others to go wituout arrest it is no wonder that they have become reckless and defiant The reporters informant was of the best authority but at the request of the gentleman his name is witheld from pub- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ at 6K cents per poBRtL Tke old wool oard lication ex G W COX will rwi ifae weel naeb Stamps specially designed for the news- Â¬ given next week STCoiae onef0ame allj as get paper rate of one cent denomination are Young Men Read This Carry in stock the LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED ASSORTMENT OF Sour nteal and wool eanlisfr now xcauy ior sale ana will be used on H I SPJLADLING A SON The Voltaic Belt Company of Mar- Â¬ GENERAL MERCHANDISE IN EASTERN KENTUCKY Having the Â¬ the first of Julv shall Mich ofler to send theircelebrated rience of manv years in our line of business we feel justified in asserting expeto the Electro Voltaic Belt and other electric trade both Wholesale and Retail that we do can and The South in the Union Army meet thfr wants of will appliances on trial for thirty days to our patrons and make Courier Jonnal it to your interest to patronize us Besides an immense The New York Evening Post closes an men young orold afflicted with nervous stock of interesting article on The South in the debility and all kindred troubles Also DEALERnr Union Army as follows Even Tennes- Â¬ for rheumatism neuralgia paralysis and see one of the States which actually se- Â¬ many other diseases Complete restora Â¬ ceded furnished no less than 31092 men tion to health and vigor guaranteed No to the Union army Altogether these risk is incurred as thirty days trial is al- Â¬ half dozen States contributed 315282 lowed Write then at once for illus- Â¬ men in defence of the Union while 23 trated pamphlet free 045 came other Southern States making Cen Crants Hoaith a grand total of 338327 from that part Mount McGregor N Y June 26 W of the country in which slavery had ex- Â¬ Gen Grant passed another tolerably good isted It thus appears that almost one night and his condition remains un- Â¬ eighth of the Union army came from the changed He expects to enjoy a ride we have now on hand for the spring trade a full line of PLOWS and GRASS O SEEDS south and it is hardly too much to say about the cottage grounds He came that the national cause could not have out about noon and was wheeled to the B H DEAN KITE POLLARD triumphed without this help The strug- Â¬ hill top in the bath chair He remained gle was terribly long and hard as it turn- Â¬ a few minutes on the hotel porch and Importers and ed out with considerably more than 300 was then wheeled back to the cottage Ac- Â¬ 000 taken from the fighting force for the IN Union and given to the Confederacy the so- Â¬ PROFESSIONAL success of the Federal government could hardly have heed hoped for The non partizan character of the Union army T M KASH March 4th 1S85 and the importance of the democratic ATTORNEY AT LAW contribution to its ranks are strikingly G B SWANGO W T SWANGO political analysis of the illustrated by a Hazel Green Ky southern contingent Although delegates Will practice N W cor Peari ami Wabit in and adjoining coun- Â¬ from the border States sat in the conven- Â¬ ties Collections Wolfereceive prompt atten- Â¬ will tion which nominated Lincoln in 1SG0 tion the republican party scaicely had au ex- Â¬ O DEALEES IX istence outside the free States in that pATTERSON HAZELRIGG year and in the whole south only 2G430 CO votes were cast for the republican cand- Â¬ idate Delaware gave Lincoln less than ATTORNEYS AT LAW one quarter of her votes and Vermont HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY more than three quarters yet Vermont KEErS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL ASSORTRKXT OF sent only 5S per cent of her available MT STERLING KY men jnto the Union army and Delaware Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing nearly 75 per cent Missouri gave Lin- Â¬ MUEL McKEE ANT coln only 10 per cent of her votes Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware and Massacnusetts 63 per cent yet Mis-Â¬ ATTORNEY AT LAW Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ Hardware Table and souri sent 47 per cent of her voters into No 441 W Jefferson Street the Union army and Massachusetts less LOUISVILLE KY ies Stoves and Farming Implements than 12 per cent more Maryland gave SS Practiccs in all the State Courts and In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOil PRICES S W COR Lincoln less than 8 per cent of her votes special attention riven to lmsincss of all PEARL AND VINE STREETS Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due us all kinds of and Iowa 54 percent yet Maryland sent kinds iu the United States Courts Country Produce and Live Stock of cverj description 4S ier cent of her men into the Union dNGESKATI O army and Iowa but 55 per cent Ken- Â¬ A PORTER LACEY tucky gave Lincoln only 1364 votes and HOG ATTORNEY AT LAW Wisconsin 86110 yet Kentuckys contri- Â¬ 1 ier cent as bution to the Union was 4 against GO from Wisconsin It illustrates NOTARY PUBLIC AND EXAMINER OF tvttii DEPOSITIONS the same truth that the clove State of Indiana as often carried by the demo- Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY crats as by the republicans led the north LYKINS in proportion or soldiers to available force while that other close State Con aUILLIN J M Quill in J C Lykins IMrORTERS VXD JOBBERS OF Is necticut surpassed the republican strong- Â¬ Attorneys atLnw and Heal Kstate Agents arenow manufacturing Ten different styles of Plain and Fancy Wrought aIron Fencing and ready to take contracts for putting up same Persons wanting strictlv Wrought holds of Vermont and Iowa Camitos Ky Iron Fence aud that the heat in the world can bnv no other We also make a style Dry adapted to enclosing country burying grounds Our Fences arenot only the most sub- Â¬ Titles examined taxes paid for Powell Paragraphs Collections a specialty Real Estate stantial but the haudsotnest ever madcf and a yard enclosed by one of them is greatly Editor of The Hazkl Gkeks Hkrald enhanced in beauty and value Our Machine Department b with the most mod- Â¬ Tinpi Race and and sold Staston Ky June 19 I had prom- Â¬ bought Wolfe andon commission Will prac- Â¬ ern machinery anil our workmen cannot be excelled in skillsupplicd experience or honebi per-Â¬ adjoining counties tice in ised to write you the news from here TJNior Steexts formance of their duties Wc REPAIJt ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY and make a specialy ot but circumstances have been very unfa- Â¬ R B GARDNER CINCINNATI O vorable since I have been here I am at work on a farm and have but little time to PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON No other shop outside of Louisville can say the same write and do not expect I can correspond ysHSaw mill men will do well to call on ua or write for information regularly for your paper uutil I take up HAZEL GREEN KY Catalogues furnished on application to my school but if an v thing of particular interest transpires 1 will write 1 will Offers his services to the people of Wolfe and adjoining counties give you a few items in this letter L G Proftit of Hazel Green has been R J M KASH here for a few days past and secured the OF Hatton Creek school to teach He start- Â¬ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ed on his return home to day Corn crops are very promising here Tenders his professional services to the citi izens of Wolfe and adjoining counties but wheat is almost an entire failure DEALER IN Olliicc at residence on Broadway We have a good Sunday school at this W place with a large attendance and we HAZEL GREEN KY hope the good work may prosper Between Race and Vine Rev John Adams preached here last T B TAULBEE M D Sunday to a very large audience He -- CINCINNATI OHIO HAZEL GREEN KY preaches here on the second Sunday in MT STERLING KY each month NO 10 MAIN STREET FHAie-KxXKPhysician Surgeon Accouciieur I W Mapel and others caught a fine Tenders his professional services to the peo- Â¬ lot of fish a few days since in The Russell Furnace school district in ple of Wolfe and adjoining counties CLOCKS FROM ONE 100 DOLLAR UP Office at residence on Hazel Green Heights Estill county have employed Prof J A 3FOTJirxrsr Cox to teach their school W J II JL vlULt oil ltvt 18S Tine 8tretr Cincinnati OAf Sidney Mapel passed through town a HOTELS ALLISON A SMITH few days ago and left a problem for so- Â¬ 3 75 and Album Eight Day Clock Th type on vrhleh th paper 1 prtnt4 Is from lution which has elicited considerable 9 00 tho above foundry Editor Hntiu SOLID SILVER WATCHES- study and it is not certain whether the 1 00 Silver Plated Spoons HAZEL GREEN KY correct result is yet obtained or not since jParticular atteution paid to Repairing Call and see my goods the proof cannot be obtained S GODSKY Proprifitor As we go to press Mr Claude Breen just from ML Sterling informs us that Craig Tolliver marshal of Morehead and a posse on Saturday last attempted to arrest Cook Humphrey sheriff of Rowan and Rayborn two of the Martin faction They resisted arrest and the result of the fight was the death of Tolliver on the one side and Humphrey and Rayborn on the other Full particulars will be The Latest from Rowan JT Genera F DAY -- H D SPRMI6 ants - t m will are H0Wpreped DEALERS IN- - Frst Class At Oift ETsrhtk Merchandise KY CARDING attfeeir old stz4 SpradluBg Kjv 1W1 M fm mi OdWOOi aa at ALL WOOL CARDING HAZEL GREEN yr LYTLE CO -- Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Hats Caps Drugs Boots Queensware Hardware Saddlery Groceries 96 Cutlery c c Leaf Tofcacco Live Stock and all kinds of Country Produce taken in Excliange for Goods or in settlement of Notes and counts Your trade respectfully licited J T F DAY li mi Pearl St Jobbers CINCINNATI Queensware Glassware LEON MAEKS c SWANCO BRO Cincinnati GENERAL MERCHANDISE Clothing S Pocket CLOTH HOUSE J P EES THE MT STERLING Iffll Fence Fo nirj k Mm Co Louis Stix -- Ooj non-residen- ts Goods and Notions JR Gumming and Hammering Saws BUY YOVST E T BEAN Supt Mt Sterling Ky D NOTIONS iOi JOHN W JONES ewelry aid KJIRMMAMM Pearl St Wa IGS Sflrariar Largest Stock of Clocks Lr Eastern Kentucky TYPE B E ROBEBTS Tfrmr DAY HOUSE Icn Dien Memphis June 26 John McKeever colored who shot and killed Wm J Trainor fourmiles south of this city on the 7th of hist December was hanged at 1230 to day within the enclosure of the county jail The condemned man at- Â¬ tempted to suicide at midnight last night uy cutting ine arcenes oi nis arms and legs with a tough piece of tin shaped like a knife which he made out of a tin snufF box When found by the night turnkey at four this morning he was unconscious from the loss of blood Medi- Â¬ cal aid was summoned and he soon rallied Two priests attended him on the scoflald and administered the last abso- Â¬ lution When asked if he had anything Yes I am no mur- Â¬ to say he replied Mrs Trainor widow of the mur derer dered man occupied a seat on the scaffold and witnessed the execution Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Another Murderer Hanged Patronage is respectfully solicited from everybody more especially the traveling public First class accommodations and satisfaction guaranteed JOHN W JONES ESTABLISHED EN 1845 PIERATT HOUSE HAZEL GREEN KY The Leading Insurance Agency 31000000 00 1S61 London and Lancashire Royal of Liverpool of Liverpool Liverpool and London and Globe of England 36875000 00 1810 Hartford of Hartford Mercan- Â¬ 1849 Sprincfield ot Springfield 1S09 North British 33301000 00 1863 Firemens Fund of Cali Â¬ tile of England fornia 1794 Ins Co nf North America Sun Fire Officeof London Phenix of London Carter Bros i Co WHOLESALE JOHN H PIERATT Proprietor bible is supplied with the best in 1885 the market and first class accommodation 1836 will be furnished for man and beast OF MT STERLING KY Toval Assets of Agency - 3143848780 80 1473026 00 Dry Goods A and Notions 729 731 jSfThe John 9260000 00 Jauics MORGAN HOUSE WEST LIBERTY KY 4541240 00 DAForline 2585633 00 Jo C Bethel C Carter Carter j anI 733 VMAIN STREET J G Carter Jr J LOUISVILLE KY of Philadelphia JAMES H COLE Proprietor Â¬ 1710 1782 00 1750 Niagara of New York 5383916 46 1S65 Boatmans Pittsburg 5S3000 971696 33 1S69 Northwestern National 11548S9 00 1874035 00 411499 00 H J CLAUK wrni KENTUCKY Taylor the negro murderer was hung RATES REASONABLE here about halt past twelve o clock this FIRST CLASS He had confessed his crime afternoon SONS H E BOSWELL and professed the utmost confidence in Hung for Murdering His Mistress Hopkixsville Ky June 26 Jordon LEXINGTON Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well known Sievers Carson Hard war Patronage of the traveling public respectfully solicited Table always supplied with corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental companies being dear at any price Company the best in the market Stable attached The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as they Ife would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds in trust Look to quality as the 637 W Maix Street A HOFFMAN paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully LOUISVILLE KTj NEAR POSTOFFICE At Traders and Deposit Bank Office ASHLAND HOUSE Tft DAY BROTHERS FROZEN CREEK Breathitt County - Kentucky IIAVE irST RECEIVED AND OPENED the finest line in both quality and variety of B F MCCORMICK J M Cox WH ED RL GILLIS 8c WITH lication In Gen Castlemans report of the Row Â¬ an trouble to Governor Knott lie men- Â¬ tioned that a irreatdeal of the lawlessness was to be attributed to the small size of the mountain counties The political fights are thus personal and every man becomes a partizan and a bitter one Justice cannot be expected when the off- Â¬ icials of a county are tainted with this evil and this is the case in every one of the lawless districts On the first day of July important chances occur in the laws pertaining to postal rates The principal changes re Â¬ late to letter postage and newswpaper rates to publishers of bonafide publica- Â¬ tions and to news acents On the first of July letters of all weight from one ounce down will be sent for two cents to any postoffice in the United States The rate heretofore has been two cents for a half ounce or less Rates for weights in excess of one ounce will be correspondingly greater that is two cents for each additional ounce or fraction of an ounce it matters not how small Drop letters at offices where there is no free delivery by carriers remains at one cent where the free delivery system by carriers prevails the rate will be two cents Newspaper publishers and news Proprietors his religion claiming that his soul would go straight to heaven He wjis taken from the jail about 12 oclock to the gal-Â¬ lows which was situated within four CAMPTON KY high fences near the river After devo- Â¬ Alex J Asbury Proprietor tional exercises the black cap was drawn over his eyes and a few minutes before The table is supplied with the choicest 1230 the trap was sprung His neck was viands in the markct and the charges arc probably broken as he did not move reasonable Special inducements to com- Â¬ His body was cut down about 1 p m mercial tourists The crowd was the largest ever seen in Hopkinsville there being probably 5000 of the negro race in town There was a good deal of excitement on the streets but no disturbance MODEL PLANING MILL McCORD AYDELOTT ASBURY HOUSE Mccormick SASH BLINDS cox Wholesale Hatters LOUISVILLE KY B GREEN mTH GREEX IITJFFAKEX Wholesale Dealers In 615 1 Manufacturers of and Dealers in SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS Rough and Dressed Lumber Doors ever brought to the mountains and will sell them cheaper than the same class of goods can be had elsewhere in Eastern Kentucky WHITE New Postal Laws A Lookout Mountain two cattle men named Ellison and Taylor have had considera- Â¬ ble trouble over the ownership of cattle They met to day and a terrible struggle ensued which resulted in Ellison stab Â¬ bing Taylor to death dence of B F Parks situated about one mile from this city caught fire yesterdav afternoon The fire department respond ed and their work no doubt saved the reridence Loss 600 Cattle Man Stabbed to Death Chattanooga Tenn June 26 On Fire at Cynthiana Cynthiana Ky June 26 The resi- Â¬ Therefore be wise and place your money u MT STERLING KY j A ureen where it will do vou the most good WE J Ilnuaker LOUISVILLE KY WILL SELL YOU MORE GOODS FOR OND DOLLAR than anybody We mean nil in civ mill if von arc nt all doubtful call DEALER IN at our new store and satisfy yourself r that rwe IN TIIE OLD RELIABE 1 HAZEL GREEN KY rail na i Aidyou wuni im uuuccu uii rt i If nave wnai Specialty Buggies not ask the earth moon and stars for it ESHorsc Shoeing a PHOENIX INSURANCE GOMPAXY wagons and all kinds of Farm Tools made Our store is a bran new one located at and repaired in the best manner immediately on the mouth of Frozen creek MOUNT STERLING KY OF HARTFORD CONN the banks of the Kentucky river and theÂ¬ stock in it is bran spankin new also con COACHERS AND ROADSTERS A SPEsisting in part of HAZEL GREEN KY CIALTY Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats -Anr one wishing to visit Cincinnati NOT CHEAP INSURANCE or Lonisville can leave their horses with c Boots Shoes Hardware Farming 3tMakes and repairs all kinds of roe and rest assured that they wtII receive Time Tried Tools Buggies ana Wagons and Fire atten- Â¬ No 3tore in this section would be complete Â¬ everv attention he watered fed groomed Horse Shoeing will receive especial THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST without having everything for the accom- and bedded Soliciting your custom I re- Â¬ tion main Yours truly modation of the people hence we carry JOHN KEEF -Cash Capita Money Saved Is Money Made AD ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL FRANK TYLER Boots and Shoes White West Maia Street BLACKSMITH J T PIERATT JOHN KEEF Insure Tour Property X - a FINE HORSES i y4 BLACKSMITH 8 COMBS Which deals in Beliable Indemnity Tastd S J N VAUGHN COMBS VAUGHN DEALERS IN Staple and Fancy Groceries Davis in such abundance and variety including Mallory Co yHE H C HERNDQN 2000000 Agent of sacldag the public teat Bear in ysisd that tb election will be held on Arcine and Wm Barchmcal full blood AND LIVE STOCK OF ALL KINDS Cherokee Indians were huncrhere at 216 p m to day for the murder of Henry Cor Main and Marion Streets Sligil an old Swede thirteen years ago CAMPTON KY Ft Tardy Justice Smith Ark June 26 James Ceneral Merchandise Wholesale Dealers in flour meal bacou salt coffee sugar c that we can sell them very cheap or will ex- Â¬ Dry Goods Notions and Fancy Goods change with you for country produce Pay Us I Those Owing Us Must 715 and 717 TCest Ialn Street and well have no monkeying about the Between 7th and Sth LOUISVILLE KY matter Respectfully c Represented by J T SMOCK DAY BROS June 11885 Hazel Greea Ky HAZEL GREEN HERALD - AX iNDEPEf D5XT LOCAL NeWSTAMS Devoted to the develonnesl of tW of Fniprn 1n be mailed to aay address for i- a- - t Cj J vr Q3 - - jv -- J f -- V Watch forWhisky 1 -- 3 CQERESPONDENCE i EASTERN - creased in size and is always brim full of spicy news -- a Yw flwjs ii Airaict preoctplB the counties of Wolfe 3Ior wl BceatJiitt Menifee Magoffin Pow eaEHkrft Eiill Terry and Floyd In iacjt at every point in the mountains Wae for ten to agents c-- r IgrWevMtx correspondent in every IMxcky ni Staadnl time TIME TABLE Stalk Atlantic Railway 22 fe f and Knott counties they had better take steps to prevent the sale of even one drop The county judge will visit Campton to- Â¬ morrow to offer the town authorities any as sistance in his power to suppress the sale of liquor and maintain order and we hope that tneir comuineu cuuru win jjjocjil u One tliimr more the police should have positive instructions to arrest the very first man attempting to create a disturbance be he drunk or sober and such ottender should be fined to the utmost limit of the law Do not be mealy mouthed about doing your du- Â¬ Laurel Hoosier ty Women and children attending the HAZEL GREEN KY hanging of Williams will be in danger Lacy Creek June 29 JULY 1 1885 of their lives unless vou do your whole du WEDNESDAY ty There is much the Campton authorities i Wheat harvesting is on us and crops may be commended for by doing their duty are light LOCAL o on Friday next and much more they may J B Elkins and wife were visiting rel- Â¬ e atives and friends here last weak be condemned lor it thev lull to uo it Buy lyour bacon mutton and beef of sincerely hope they mav be alive to their re- Married June 2o John A Phillips to Caskey- - PieratL Spot cash to one and all ijonsibility in the premises and act accord- - Miss Elizabeth Little Rev Henry Taylor officiating Several of our farmers Lave just fin Â¬ Personal Parafrraphs The young man who lost his pocket scant half ished catting wheat and report a C W Horton the fruit man speut book accompanied by Mivj Lou Gillmore crop Sunday last in Hazel Green ne was a guest of Hazel Green gave us a pleasant call last Sunday A Lint is sufficient Tliose owing us of theDay House must call and settle their accounts Caskey Bev James Ely preached at Chimney Geo H IcCIain the beautiful left on PieratL business Top spring yesterday to a large audience Monday for Salyersvillc on official He will preach there again on the 4th Sun Â¬ Liniment removes knots and connected withthc mail service Breens 11 ra Mrs Johnson and Miss Ella Johnson day in July at oclock a all enlargements on horses or other stock MONTGOMERY COUNTY Bev G G Bagjm preached at the La-Â¬ who have been visiting relatives at Ezel for 2io cure no pay Sold by J Tv F Day cy Creek school house Sunday at 3 oclock sometime returned home Sunday Spencer Station June 27 Farmers who last year raised tobacco W B Allen of Hager Magoffin coun- Â¬ p m with one addition to the church He as ty was in town yesterday He gave us a will preach there again the 4th Sunday in should save the stems when stripping Mrs A Phillips of Frenchburg is at 4 oclock p m Bro Ragan is the there is now a demand for them which will pleasant call and subscribed for The IIek July man in the right place Jay visiting her brother Thos Greenwade of riglit doubtless increase ald this place Gillmore June 27 Green Strother and Jim Dennis of The latest news Mt Wm Halsey has a very sick child not that Dick Forman isfromtrial Sterling is Breens Liniment is pronounced by all Ezel paid our town a flying visit on Sunday on Three law- Â¬ who have ased it to be the greatest remedy Thev were guests of the Pieratt House expected to live yers to speak yet etc while here for rheumatism sprains cuts bruises Mrs Biley Bowe who has been visit Â¬ T Coons the wide awake merchant SoIdbjJTFDay Mr and Mrs J B Corder of Mattoon ing her sister Mrs W B Ely returned to of J place says he lias bought 100 barrel this her home on Quicksand yesterday been the guests Illinois who of corn at 2 per barrel to be delivered in The batcbelors relief association of Taylor Day of have place for sometime of J left this Bev E W Min ton went to the Cala- Â¬ the crib this fall Saturday last received a tin Â¬ onMonday last for home this place on boose to day where he will preach Mrs Jas Eoberts of Bethel Ky type of fourteen youug ladies in response to at 11 oclock a m at the residence of Mrs Martin Rainey of Jit Sterling and Henry Godsey who has been absent for which they an appeal for photographs are in Perry county for a week returned home James McQuinn return thanks spending a few days with their brother J T on Monday bringing seven head of calves Mrs W B Ely is still improving Her Coons of this place case was nearly equal to raising one Irom We Lear that there is a great scarcity and a horse as the result of his trip Alex Duff has the finest piece of corn Miss Maggie Clifford formerly of Har- Â¬ the dead Her friends had all given her up on Spencer creek but it does not come up of drinking water at Campton The author- Â¬ ities should see to it that water is provided in rison county but now of Ezel is visiting in to die but by the medical skill of Drs John with Joe JI Pieratts at Maytown Joe send abundance for the large crowd and thus pre Hazel Green the guest of the Pieratt House and J B Taulbee she still lives and will us down some Uxcle Remus Miss Clifford will teach the Maytown public soon be out again veat much suffering Where is On The Wing We guess school Coxs Mill June 28 he has gone to buy a wheelbarrow from will preach at the Bev D H Fallen Mits Bosa Lee Kash has been engaged Say bss print The Adventures of Longfellowis the reason of his absence Pleasant Hill church on Stillwater near to teach the public school at John M llooes Sut Iovingood in chapters Longfellow last week we will be up to Ju- Â¬ store on Stillwater and Miss Emma Kash Samuel Swangos on the 2nd Sunday in see you this week and hope your garden The present corn and potato crops were suss and sich like wont all be gone ly at ITVclock a m and at 3 p m on the will teach the young idea at the school house never surpassed in this section Saturday evening before on Lacy creek With best wishes for The Heuald I am Wheat as far as we have been able to still On The Road Hon Joseph M Kash has just return- Â¬ All those who contemplate teaching ed from Perry county and reports the corn ascertain is a deplorable failure ia the public schools this fell should by all crop of that section as being very fine The At Rest We see Caskey Pieratts corn sheller Tneaas attend the State teachers institute people have no money as they were unable advertised at SI cheap enough but we dont Sentinel Democrat Â¬ and Stafe5teahers association at Lexing to get out their logs out he did not see any want it got no corn to shell and wont Like Miss Fannie Stamper aged 22 years ton whlkcommences to morrow distress any unless it is already shelled died at the Turner House on the 19th of has been visit- Â¬ Jimmie We have got lots of taters and truck June 1SS5 of typhoid fever after an illness Bev D G Combs of Ezel and Bev ing friends McClain a who weeks returned of eight days She was a of su- Â¬ for few of bread and some meat this place will begin a J T Pieratl of at the old Grassy churchpro-Â¬ to Richmondhere Monday where he will en- Â¬ plentybelieve it come down and see If vou perior native intellect and young lady sweet- Â¬ possessed a on and if ness dont in tracted meeting of disposition which won the esteem of business pursuit until his you cant come send a hand SMOKER Morgan county on Fridav night lefore the gage in some when all with whom she came in contact Early school opens he will resume study for 3rd Sunday in July and continue indefi the Preso3terian ministry in life she was thrown upon her own resour MORGAN COUNTY nately cesbv the unyielding force of circumstances Miss Belle Turner of Mt Sterling which she wsis powerless to control and Maytown June 27 Farmers should now select the stock Miss Lou Spencer and her brother George in the which John C Day of Frenchburg is visiting went outsave a world with nothing onan un- Â¬ thev propose selling at our next stock sale Spencer of Montgomery arrived in Hazel to rely spotless reputation and iret it in cood condition Good stock Green last Sunday Mr Spencer and sister in town flinching energy aud a disposition as cheer- Â¬ will always command its worth and is al- - went on to Jacksbn on Monday where they T F Stamper of Laurel creek is vis- Â¬ ful as that ol the song bird that pipes its waysSrorth the trouble it takes to put it in will spend a week or more Miss Belle re Â¬ iting his Brother Rev W L Stamper morning lays in the summer twilight The maining at the Day House of which they good condition C Wheeler deputy sheriff of this hand of Providence which is ever extended J were all guests to help the helpless seems to have hewn out county was here last week on buisness S M Tyler of Grassy Morgan county through the dark labyrinth of life a path John T Stamprr of Bed Biver was for this young lady and guided her to a home Gardner Williams a brother of Floyd handed us a bunch of wheat heads Saturday Tom as we usually call where peace and plenty reigned where she last which average 5 inches to the head and Williams returned home from Frankfort here yesterday several heads of rye that measure 6 inch Â¬ last Saturday and says the governor will him is always a welcome guest in our town spent the latter years of her life under the es Ie avs his wheat will make more than not interfere with the execution of the law L T Frederic salesman for C F Sim- Â¬ motherly care and counsel of Jlrs A E in the case of Floyd who has all along hoped mons a two thirds crop Co of St Louis Mo was in town Turner of this city and having become an for a commutation of his sentence And last week on business connected with the earnest devoted member of the Baptist church when the sad summons came she A former citizen of Breathitt county we believe the people generally have hoped above named firm was ready to go up higher now living at ML Eden in Shelby for something of the kind believing the who is James Press Powers of Salycrsville Iler funeral was preached Saturday the We take five papers at our burden of guilt rests upon his paramour who couatv writes has been in the employ of Hon Joseph 20th inst at the Baptist church by liev J is Stricklins widow but the governors quie-Â¬ house and The Hazel Gkeek Herald for a number of years JI Wells and immediately afterward she theiBost welcome by my entire family and tus puts a stop to all hope of such a thing Gardner of that place at this hour Instead of a life imprifeon has been here for several days the guest of was buried in JIachpelah cemetery Vol- Â¬ every thing in it is read and re read umes have been written in the memory of inent therefore he will certainly be hung his father Louis Powers on Fridav ncxL Uncle Bill Lawsons negro girl upon the great proclaiming their virtues and dis- Â¬ TYm Lust of this place having aban Â¬ reading the item about Joe M Pieratts corn claiming their vices but in these lines doned the idea of entering the journalistic which of an JohnDBose Jr and Henry Cockrill remarked that she thought fiom present in- Â¬ life is relate the last scene glowingobscure field for the present has gone to hauling uo attempt to paint in words white and Anthony Ferguson colored dications that it would be a hard matter for walHUt lumber to Rothwell and will bring Jr her many virtues for her life was the rheto- Â¬ The judge re- Â¬ were on Friday last tried before EsquiresÂ¬ the boy to find any corn late this fall back salt on his return trips goodness and death of Breathitt on a warturned on Sundav lasL He and Crockett Hurst and Sebastian with whipping Luther J M Bolin who lives about one half ric of virtue andthe threshold of herlife be- Â¬ was but passing a twelve barrels of rant charging them mile from town has the boss corn crop of Ooldiron brought back Graham for unbecoming behavior with Mar- Â¬ this country He has a number of acres of yond where she heard the welcome plaudit salt tha Williams and were discharged The corn the finest your correspondent has seen well done Â¬ whipping took place at the house of H J3L Power of Ezel on last Mon- Williams who is the mother of MarthaSally in many years Mr Bolin is a first class James M Dennis who anil fanner was raised in day brought to our sanctum a blood red county which measured 14 inches in length also of Floyd Williams to be executed next Indiana beat Miss Maggie Clifford formerly of Har- Â¬ jrorgansentenced moved toalong with and re- Â¬ N C Nickell to hang Coffee and 10K inehes in circumference It was Friday Heur3 charged withand llobertGra- Â¬ rison county has been employed to teach cently whipping Crawfordsville Indiana Arberry Swango Rose were also murder raised in the garden of is a graduate of one of the at MeJIullen and wife is for thebe clear- Â¬ school She likely to near Hazel Green and was the largest ever ham but were released without au examin Â¬ our schools of Harrison county and has of best ing trial seen in these diggings as a teacher ed of the crime of the murder at least by had considerable experience the last confession of Coffee who throws the Swango will arrive this She is expected to teach a first class school burden of guilt upon one James Ilankin Uncle Harry W C Congleton of Cross Hollows The workmen employed to build the supposed heretofore to have been dead and Oregon under date of June 23d writes morning with a party of twenty five from will finish putting buried Coffee now says that Ilankin mur- Â¬ 1 for which you will please Cincinnati who come to try the efficacy of church house at this place Find enclosed Â¬ the water of his wonderful spring for the the roof on to day The first coat of paint dered both the JfwMullens and implicates send me one copy of your very valuable panext The building Monday Ilankin and John Curtis Denpossesses will be per which brings both news and comfort great health giving properties it George B eommitte put on some week next week let also it seems was in the plot with Coffee toÂ¬ time will nis will be under escort of from Kentack to me as Campton was my The partj Harper the urbane and ubiqutous superin- Â¬ out to the lowest bidder the contract of putÂ¬ rob the JlcJIullens and they had proceeded bome until January 1885 tendent of the K S A railroad who can ting up the tower It will be between sev- Â¬ some distance with that object in view when enty and seventy five feet high from the they were joined by James Rankin Monday anywhere downed as Our Bed Biver correspondent sends us not be party are toan escortMr SwangosThe base This house when completed will be Rankin and John Curtis Neither CofTee or to stop at Born To the entire the following bit of news be near the spring and have the advantage one of the finest church edifices in the Dennis knew of any weapons being in the wife of Elias Shockey on the 25th of June crowd as they were unarmed until James mountains flie bracing air of the country 1885 a boy the auiih boy in fourteen of formerly principal of Rankin firedfour shots killing James and Prof A F Byrd years It any of our exchanges can down Ilankin escaped to The Campton authorities should watch the Campton high school anil who will we JIaryitJfcJIullen out to shield him Kansas Mr Shockey as an enlerpising citizen they and was given with eagle eyes for any attempt to sell liquor are informed commence another school at had becu killed The Crawfordsvillethat he will please notius and take the pastry at or near that place next Friday Unless that place about the 13th of July delivered however discovered his whereabouts Star and is taken it will be sold on We would again most respectfully greatjpreeautiou trouble that may result from a very able lecture here last night on The had him brought to justice The result of attend the pursuit thesly rewards that follow the warn the road surveyors between this place it wifl and one long to be regretted by the of knowledge or the and reasons why we should the whole filing is that Dennis has been be go to work and fix up the and Eothwell to to a very good crowd The pro- Â¬ awarded a new trial and that the charge of county Prompt decisive and determined Â¬ road and save costs We last week stated action mnst be taken to prevent any disturb- Â¬ educate fessor showed himself to be well acquainted murder will be withdrawn and a new indictthe penalty at 15 for failure to uttcnd to ance and by stopping the sale of liquor with his subject and the good attention giv- Â¬ ment found charging him with robbery this matter but now add that when the costs evidence of the appreciation of The testimony of Coffee is his only hope him is disturbance will be nippid in however and as he has already told divers in a case are attached it sums up about 35 cause for stitch in time fcc7 should be theÂ¬ en effort au rebud A the to say the least of iL stories in regard to the affair time alone can membered especially on Friday nexL Your correspondent about one month prove the result AVe excerpt the foregoing ago called the attention of the people of trora the Crawfordsville Ind Star as the Â¬ Dr Kash whose affliction we mentionHon D S Godsey says that when he columns of The Ha Â¬ who will ed in The Herald of last week we are glad lived in Perrv county some of the neighbors this place through the to the importance of young man has relatives in Jlorgan favorable Greek Herald perhaps be glad to hear of these to state is somewhat improved He can see eanght an eel about 3 J4 feet in length which zel call has a first some out of one eye by raising the lid with they endeavored to domesticate but after a buildingeffectual claas hotel as The W Clark symptoms in his case inasmuch proven bis finger and the light docs not hurt his short time thev discovered that two valua a man who keeps both eyes open on such eves a it did last week which is thought to ble milch cows were dry From indications Messrs J E Corder who has been vis Â¬ gone to worli hauling in logs be a good indication His right eye howev Â¬ around suspiciou attached to the eel so thev subjects hasother necessary arrangements iting here and Floyd Day of this place on er is verv much inflamed and he is suffer- - watched and discovered it stealing milk and making to building a house suffciently Saturday last went over and invesigated the 11 HI 14 ing jmjitiuij iui ji from a cow when they were forced to kill it Iircparatory the traveling public Swift or Timmms silver mine and report in self defence That is kill the eel or go This is a move in the right direction and very favorable upon it Jlr Corder says there Farmers should bring in samples of without milk Where is Joe Mulhatton one that will in process of time prove a re- Â¬ are undoubted evidences of both silver and gold and that the latter metal predominates wheat rve oats potatoes berries apples anvhow Dustek munerative one but whether cither can be mined in paving watermelons etc that we may show the Gkassy Creek June 29 quantities is yet to be ascertained and can outside world what we can do in the way of A prominent business man of Cincin- Â¬ raising such things Melons berries and ap- Â¬ nati writing to J Taylor Day of this place We never saw a finer prospect for corn only be done by sinking a shaft fiftv or a hundred feet lie agrees with Mrs Tinirnins ples will recieve- - such notices as their size gives the following complimentary opinion thau we have at present that a mine showing surface indications is qualitv demand and we will thus be of The Herald Some friend ofmine was and McClure has M able to advertise the advantages we possess kind enough to send nieTiiE Herald I list forBthe last few days been on the sick likely to prove very rich when once a prop Â¬ er depth is reached lie left for his home in growing ich things am very much pleased with it It is a nice T F Stamper Dock had a very fine in Illinois on Monday and upon arrival paper gotten up iu good style and very few there will have an assay made speci- Â¬ Bro has been weeklies that I see surpass iL I wish ft suc- Â¬ mare to fall and break her thigh whileplow mens of ore which he took withof the the re- Â¬ The firm of Swango him pay one years subription for ing iu his corn dissolved bv mutual consent W T Swango cess Please he promised to communi- Â¬ Mrs S W Havens has lettuce growing sult of whichoncehas He also says he is so fa Â¬ retiring The business will be settled up by me and when you come down I will make cate to us at Â¬ with you in her garden a single leaf of which meas-Â¬ vorably impressed with the outcropping that G B Swango and the firm request all in it all right ures fourteen inches long and ten inches he will return and bring his brother-in-ladebted to them either by note or account a promiE S Samples one of our most on Lau-Â¬Â¬ wide and make payment at once Those gentleman who has been actively engaged to call having accounts which are not settled by nent and industrious farmers living J Miles Lyttle will leach the school in in the silver mines of Colorado for fifteen cash or sate at ones will find them in the rel creek four miles from Hazel Green wasÂ¬ District number 7 in this county Miles years and that if that gentleman is as well in our sanctum on Saturday last and hand comes well recommended and will doubtless satisfied with the prospect as he is they will hands of an oficer for collection ed us seven wheat heads which measure 4 develop the mine So disregarding all the teach a good school inches each Thev are of the varieties Timmins There has been three mowers brought appeals of Jlrs mine our for assistance in will next Friday have- on sale at known in local parlance as the Swamp and We developing the people will allow m ampton tne comession oi x Walker and are very full He says howev- Â¬ to this place in the last few days for strangers to come into our own country and - Tiyie xauraer oi which goes to reap the benenta4of the riches we possess is so thinly covered that he farmers in the neighborhood a picture of Floyd er that the field show that our farmers are determined to Shame upon such stupidity SLfc is illustrated with photograph which will get scarcely a half crop or farm on a more scientific scale in the future both It our monied citizens stinginess or iken from a of him for the oc had a little had taken you excuse us for not We soon Breens liniment is at wnsiderable ex combination of remediescertainh the bestÂ¬ writing hope week willwe were absent- - from more enterprise this conntry would Then avc been SionT as last blossom with the fruits of industry for corns neuralnot w eonfe sion but Sseln 3fcS Jiome We now appreciate TnE Herald will this be spot of Kentucky back Theartt flieaoy price gia pains in the by J- - Tand Fside etc ever more highly than ever before as it has in- - but not uutilthe garden then Day produced Sold of 10 ceuts each -- minutes slower tlian Mt Sterling time Xe lTeavcs lit Sterling at 7 a-- in arriving at ILethwell at 840 a- - m Xo 2 leaves Rethvell at 9 a m arrives at 34t Sterling at 3fc50 a m 2fo 3 leaves M t Sterling at 140 p m arÂ¬ rives t Roth well at 320 p m Xe 4 leaves Rathwell at 345 p in arrives at Xt Sterling at 5J50 p m No 2 eoanects at ML Sterling with 1105 a ml and L57 p in trains on C fc O railway for Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville No 3 eoBBects at ML Sterling with 1105 a m train on C 0 from the East and 130 pm train from Louisville and Cincinnati SS Montgomerv count court day special leaves Jlothwell on the 3rd Monday in each month at 730 a nu arriving at Ml Sterling Retainingleaves ML Sterling at at 9 a 3 p m- - arriving at Rothwell at L30 p m Leaves Rothwell for Mt Stcrlingat 5 p in GEO B HARPER SupL The Campton Authorities Must Avail of Every Advantage Agrainst Its Sale Next Trilay nnd Save Sorrow We have heard that whisky is sold in open violation of the law in the town of We do not know anything about Campton it but if such be the case next Friday will be agood time for the good citizens oflhat place to ascertain the facL The Campton authorities should appoint at least twenty five special police to keep order on that day and when they are sworn in they should be sworn to report every individusil selling liq- Â¬ uor Manv unscrupulous men will take advan Â¬ tage of the crowd that day and sell liquor unless steps are taken to prevent it and if liquor is sola there many uiswruuuccs wui occur If the good people of the town per- Â¬ mit such trafiic it will be disgraceful to their otherwise quiet section and the scenes there enacted will cause much sorrow Down the liquor trafiic at any and all cost Ar Â¬ rest and jail every man who attempts to sell iL Unless the people want a reign of terror inaugurated like unto that now in Letcher W W Carpenter superintendent of KENTUCKY NEWS BY public schools for this county will be at COUNTIES this place on Saturday July 4 for the pur poseof examining applicants for certificates Iteportcd by Special Correspondents from to teach Persons wishing to teach in this section should attend All Points In the Mountains AVe were well pleased to hear from WOLFE COUNTY your correspondent at Rothwell and to learn of his success Bro Longfellow your adÂ¬ Laurel Cheek Juxe 29 vice about the cake is good and we hope Union Sabbath school on this creek the cake will be better hut we wiU know if The our eyes dont deceive us Let us hearfrom is progressing finely you every week Ox Tub Wikg Miss Lou Cecil of Stillwater has been employed to teach our school She comes well recommended BREATHITT COUNTY 2G ill J OSBORNE onoup ojiiutfcc of Life Reapers oqd Mowers The WaterHumanityJtr Afflicted m 1 X r 1 lOV wwfil r fr V O r The Best Most Durable and Lightest Running Machine on the Market IKON IS Km -- Miss Bachel Brown of Bed Biver a few days ago left home and was found near the residence of James Rose on Stillwater She is subiect to swells of insanity Bevs John Brown and Leander Clear held a meeting at the Laurel school house a fevr Sundays since in which there was con- Â¬ siderable interest manifested Brown and Clear are able ministers of the Word We notice in The Herald that your correspondent from Stillwater Avis has brought to public view some far fetched news He states that A H Stamper T K Tutt and others want to marry Now by what authority does he make this statement I presume he is measuring other peoples The boys corn in his own half bushel dont deny the charge They say to marry is human But when he said that G B Stamper J J Tutt and himself did not want to marry he missed his mark as the above named boys are making a declaration of love to every girl they meet Every Machine Fully Warranted HAIMLY Jackson June ington Wednesday W Cardweli is giving his store-Â¬ house a new coat of paint Bev W B Cooper was called to Lex-Â¬ J EEW8 Greenberry Snowdon and family are absent visiting relatives in Lee county C O Cardweli is erecting a law office on the lot on which his residence stands D B Bedwine and B A Hurst are attending court at Hazard and will go from there to Hyden Dr W T Wilson is hept very busy attending to his large practice Hc has some very ill patients Bev S H Patrick has gone to London Ky to attend district conference nis wife is attending the bed side of her mother Mrs Anthony Thomas of Lee county Mrs G v Sewell and Mrs A H nargis returned Thursday from a two weeks visit to Mr Wm Spencer of Montgomery Mrs Bargis also visited Miss Rose K Rich- Â¬ ards of Stanford The people of Breathitt county never had so much corn planted before and it never gave better promise of a good crop The whole population are working like bea- Â¬ vers and better times are sure to come Bev John Jay Dickey proposes to paint white every school house in Breathitt county that the people will weatherboard put good and sufficient windows iu with plain substantial shutters to protect and a strong lock on the door ne has organized fifteen Sunday schools in the county this season which are being successfully con- Â¬ ducted See Green Ky JUDY General Agents for Eastern Kentucky Mt Sterling Ky Orders solicited by Tl J STEVENSON Hazel hence it is the wost valaaWe iaW we disease used uiteraallr or rrfoi miMp AmoBg the awuay deaees whiahj ftak k heir to aad fer which this wa4rfI a4w is known to be a pnrnf fV r i ml1 jt u tmi m I cure are the follewiagr CONSTTPATKTV DYSPEPSCA SKIS of a mile from the beatifal -- - rr aTttial Green Tha water eeataiae a laqw par centage of Iroa than any ether water sawr These springs are located throe mmiaiu - The Highest Market Price Paid for ail Kinds of One lady writes I am so thaafcLia e Medicinal Hoots Kerbs and Barks Great Giver of all Blessings that I tried Swango Springs Freely do I give ail the time and money spent there far the health Except Ginseng and strength I now enjoy DISEASES SCBOFUlITcA TARKH RHEUMATISM SEURALGIA IsESL YOUSNESS AC We append a few of the haadr4 at tes Â¬ timonials which have been tendered ae ta the efficacy of this water in disease J T BREEN SON Importers I Wholesale Druggists Main Street Mt Sterling Ky A gentleman of Illinois says I tMs k the water of Swango Springs did Be stare aaeeL than all the nostrums I have ever tried I will certainlv be withyou again next spring Rekseexces R T Smith J GL Triahle P L Reese 3It Sterling Ky- - P MHiakle Sirs F M Hinkle Wm Clarke Pla Lkk Ky A large hotel is now being built which will afford ample accommodation ta Tisiters For further information in regard ta beard HARRISON SWANGO c address Hazel Green Ky Or this office AX ELEGAKT STEM WINDING SILVEX NICKEL WATCH FREE The Waterbury ADAM AND BAUM Mm iiiiLi ii Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se- Â¬ lected Stock of Which he sells Wholesale and Eetailas Cheap as they can he h ought in the State Give him a callland be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go N II TKIMBLE ROBT M TItDlBLE IK ros-en-yea- rs TRIMBLE EROS WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS IN Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky tT They carry the largest stock and F McGUIRE do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling at of HAZEL GREEN KY Desiring to wind np my business I have decided to tiresent a splendid watch cat as above and as GOOD A TBIEdCEEPER as many which sell fox 5000 to eack of say old friends and customers who will coate forward and pay off their notes amounting to 2500 or ovef provided the note was for merchandise bought of me while In busi Â¬ ness And in order that all may be accom Â¬ modated I will discount the watch price 350 in proportion to those whose notes are less than 2500 This offer is good until June 1st Call on or address O 1QZE Hazel Green Ky Stands the head Low Prices with ervthing you want in - ev- - to devote ness I will sell my For Saw Mill SaIeA time my other Wishing my to DRY GOODS NOTIONS Soots Shoes Hats ClotklsgGHOCERLfcbwI dwabe imucns busi-Â¬ FLOrS BACON Lane Bodley Saw Mill Fixtures The monev is what want and I will give MORE GOODS FOR ADOLLAR IN CASH than any other house in town goods I tc Consisting of a 25 Horse Power Engine and Boiler a No 1 Circular Saw Edger c Everything is in Eirst class Order and will be sold at a bargain on easy terms Parties wishing to buy are invited to call and examine the property Cornwell Ky ALFRED COMBS Country produce taken in exchange fer F McGIHRE EOB SALE House and Lot 3LLYTOWX KY The house is a boxed frame two sterys high and contains six rooms with kitchea There is a half acre of ground attached which is set in A Variety of Fruit Tress IN Btrrits ic ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL LEXINGTON KY A never failing well of excellent water in the yard This property will be sold very reasonable Applv to J P LOCKHART Or this ofiice JIaytown Ky F BUSH ScSQN Proprietors MANUFACTURERS OF R A CHILDERS MAYTOWN KY Doors Sash Stairways Newels Blinds Balusters Brackets c AND DEALERS IN Takes the lead in Xow Prices with everyÂ¬ thing you need in the way of GROCERIES DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES HATS CLOTHING Poplar White and Yellow Pine Flooring Pine and Poplar Shingles Laths c W T CASKEY Hardware Drugs jFlour Bacoa Jtc 4 JS iloney is what I want and I will give MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH than any house in MayiowB Country produce taken in exchasge for goods IL A CHILDERS c References Jugde G B Swango Hazel Green George Eice ilaytown or any Business Man of Lexington Ky n F PIERATT BLACKSMITH MAYTOWN E J ROGEHS KY CASKEY -- I PIERATT and Jtetail GIRIOICIEIRIS Wholesale Vaioabie Farm for Sale Holderby place lying I offer for sale the farm known as the Containing 423 Acres miles below Hazel This farm has on Will repair Fanning Tools Buggies WaÂ¬ gons c Makes plows hoes Satisfac Â¬ tion guaranteed in all cases H0E3E SHOEING A SPECIALTY c -- containingo rooms besides kitchen and din Â¬ PROVISIONS OF ALL KINDS ing room There is a good well of fine wa- Â¬ Canned Goods Coffee Sugar Teas Syrup ter and fine sprints which yield an abun Â¬ Tatent Medicines Nails Axes Oils dance of purs stock water an orchard of Yoodcii- - and Tinware In fact 65 bearing apple trees of assorted winter and EVERY THIP4C YOU NEED and summer fruit youngaboutthriftv good barn and out buildings 100 acres of fGlve us a call nnd be convinced that bottom land in good state of cultivation 60 Dol- Â¬ acres vou can buy more goods from us to the of which Is now corn 60 acres of lar than at any other house in the moun- Â¬ improved table land andinthe remaining 263 tains Wfe also desire to buy a number of acres timbered of which 161 acre3 is cover- Â¬ Fat Cattle and Sheep for which we will pay ed with very finest oak and poplarsoil the highest market price rich and productive and underlaid with Flour Bacon Lard Sait HAZEL GREEN KY it A Green on the state road Cood 2 Story Frame Dwelling W and Genera Dsieotiy Marshal T DAY MAYTOWN KY Will attend to ferreting oEt crimlftils fa any part of the country and gHaraaUes sat Â¬ isfaction in every case where employed Orders by mail promptly attended to NEW BUGGY WOitKS MT STERLING KY w Conroy f Shore Price 3500 Jcash 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 county Kv ifay 27 1SS5 L W 3IAPEL Fine Bituminous Coal I hare for sale several hives of ae Italika Bees which are hearty and thrifty honey makers Persoas wishing to bay caa call and see them or order hy mail All order promptly attended to M G DUNAWAY Maytowa ICy For Sale Italian Bees E YOUNG Wholesale axd Retail nicm- - 7Wt Keep on hand RUqKBOARDS and SECOND-HAND BUGGIES and Repair and Paint all kinds of work- - SAVE YOUR MONEY AND BUY YOUR GOODS CHEAP FR05 GROCER AKD D53XXR IX -- n TIald sigS paintiSg Wfnes and Liquors - rf AM SSSSgepid1 NICKELL A LEXINGTON v -- J- Will receive 2tr Shores special attention Give us a-- call CGNEO Y iz SHORE DAYSBOROUGH KY jCash paid for ceanr jrdea afaJW o 6S i v 1 fcTffiW Pa patys Pf5s9 - j- - r -- - j -- - w- - - C - y - THIIiZlLfrlHHHIBALD SPENCER COOPER PubK Tier HAZFX GRESy KENTUCKT CpCKLE BURRS A Weedf -- Wenderful Vitality sad Pro- - e careessnes3 ia allowing 3wpnettes or cockle burrs to mature mod will in a very short time give these plants a ood start and almost before 9 Tou are aware thev havp nhnnr rnVpn possession of the field Any one who lias harvested a crop of oats barley or -- wheat and at the same time harvested a crop of bull nettles not only in bindÂ¬ ing but in shocking stacking and threshing will find these pests a bother requiring a longer time to accomplish it added to this to say the least of it causing the work to be poorly done and i r 5 f It I le 4 It Ir I ha I the unpleasantness of the work The same may be said of attempting to cut up and shock or shuck out a iield of corn when even only a poor crop of cockle burrs are raised To eradicate cockle burrs requires at least two years treatment The seed will remain in the ground for a considerable length of time without losing their vi Â¬ tality Seeding to small grain and plowing or allowing the sheep to have the run of the field is a good way to destroy them One of the worst patches that I ever remember of feeing was cured after this plan The iield had been planted to corn and in spite of fine cultivation the cockle burrs made heavy growth ren Â¬ dering the gathering of the crop anyÂ¬ thing but a comfortable task Early in the spring the ground tvos thoroughly plowed and oats sowed broadcast and welliarrowed in and then rolled so as to get as level as possible The cockle burrshad just got well started to growÂ¬ ing when the oats were cut so that when the oats were taken off they had a fine chance to grow When they were beginning to form burrs a liock of sheep was turned in upon them and kept there until in September when the ground was thoroughly broken and seeded to wheat No burrs grew to mature seed that fall The next year as soon as the wheat was taken off the ground was thoroughly plowed Later on a socond plowing was given and then j0wasw thorough v prepared for a seeding to wheat This settled that Not allowing fieldJSf burrs effectually anyof them to mature seed for two years will effectually keep them down andJSeding to either oats or wheat and theplbwing or cultivating as soon as the crop is taken off so as to destroy whatever growththey have made Tho work wust be effectually done for if imperfectly done you can not expect good results On account of the great depth that theroots of bull nettles penetrate they are supposed to be very hard to kill but sheep and cultivation will kill them out and nearly the same plan as for cockle burrs can be followed If sheep are turned in on the burrs they will de stroy them effectually Of course you must have a sufficient number of sheep to keep them down so that the seed will not be allowed to mature Seeding to wheat in the fall and then plowing as soon as the wheat is taken off or allowing the sheep to graze them down will answer so that care i taken to sec that no seed is allowed to mature Bui inettles will mature seed that will grow iif the balls are allowed to form fully and for this reason they must be kept down effectually Either harrow thoroughly or cultivate sufficiently to keep down every weed Plow deep so as 10 cue orr tne roots as jow down as possible so as to till out that l ni 7f this iskejafcv- - ILXs4UilV you will beTriJJ ttrtuorougily ritt your Â¬ - partrE ileitis As in the case of quite a number of weeds that materially injure growing crops if we undertake to rid the fields of them the work must be thoroughly done If a few plants scattered over theHelds are allowed to mature seed very little progress toward bidding the fields can be made So that in under Â¬ taking a task of this kind be prepared to take pains to see that thorough work is done if you wish to be successful JK J Slicpherd in National Stockman mum IT WAS ALIVE Mistaking a Lire Owl for a Specimen of v Taxidermy r i A Bush Street barber has recently added to the interior decorations of his tonsorial symposium a large owl whose Solomonic visage assists in wooin somnolent delights while the nimble blade is reaping its hirsute harvest Yeterda a callow youth whose eyebrows are much more prolific in their grpwth than the hair upon his lip and whose intellect is in an inverse ratio to his knowledge of cheap slang entered the shop and spied the apotheosis of wisdom upon the perch near the chief chair of torture Deeming it a rare opportunity to be-- funny at the exÂ¬ panse of the proprietor who has recently lost his wife and is subject to fits of melancholy the fresh young wan proceeded to distribute his stock of chatt for the delectation of the occu pants cfthe neighboring chairs Hello Jake where did yT tetch tho bird Silenceenveloped the shop like a funeralpail and the barber went on shaving Nothing daunted Mr Fresh moved a little closer to the perch and afrera careful survey thus delivered liimself Why the mark that stuffed that chromo couldnt stuff a sausage for me Git onto them eyes theyre a couple of glass beads poked in there Pipe the position of him Who ever seen an owl Â¬ He paused for a reply but the painful stillness was only broken by the scraping of the steel and Jake quietly went on shaving The ease was getting desperate and the ypHth saw the necessity of immedi- Â¬ ate and decisive action so advancing toward the bird with outstretched hand he said almost plaintively Say Jake honest now get onto the way theyve fixed the head of his nibs But the lesson in taxidermy was never concluded for as the aggressive hand reached the ruffled poll of the big eyed bird there was a blink a sweep and a snap and Jakes pet sac quietly munching a small outlet which had once been a portion of the youths manual anatomy The trusty Damascus blade gljuUal and scintillated as the barber muetly went on shaving and the silence ivas oppressive as the wounded youth started for a drug store mentally debating whether he had made expenses on the trtj San Francisco Alia Â¬ in that posish y srStthousand dollars were spent StiajGhicago for flowers duringtherecent - ierafestival Clucago EeralL r- Prospecting became the rage and here and there on the open flat grassy veldt diamonds were found in spots with com- Â¬ mon peculiarities of soil and so forth In three years time the secret of the diamond-- deposits had been so far fath- Â¬ omed as to prove that they were strange circular deposits or patches of peculiar earth isolated from one another and few in number These were at once rushed and a regulation digging community took possession of the new district Private individuals previous proprietors and governments fought for the claim to these new mineral riches but despite these squabbles the practical work was carried on of marking out these circular patches in diggers claims over the fiat surfaco At first the rule was each digger for himself and with pick and shovel diamonds were brought to grass in such profusion that the whole mining world was startled by a discovery exceeding in magnitude real and prospective any previous find But as men dug deeper in their claims so they found it necessary to arrange and amalgamate with their neighbors moreover the deeper they went the more necessity for machinery to hoist the soil to tho surface And then as they passed on through the top yel- Â¬ low they came upon a blue soil which was jet more rich in diamonds Suffice it to say that in ten years time each one of these greater circular areas had been so far emptied of soil as to represent great quarries one hundred to two hundred yards across and three hundred or four hundred feet deep Early in the digging the geologist stepped in to point out that these circu- Â¬ lar basins were evidently a species of volcanic crater hollowed out in the sur- Â¬ face rock by subterranean action and filled up to tho surface with a blue dia mondiferons mud The walls of these basins are locally known as the reefs1 and in their greed to secure all thev could the older miners cut out all the blue right up to the reef When however the cuttings got down leep or reels Dean to m the disintegrating action toil of boilmS ing sun and heavy rain covering up in uieir iau large areas ot valuable blue At first the digging was simple and cheap the mere turning up and searching of loose soil a second stage when the soil had to be cut out and hauled up to the surface with the aid of machinery a third stage brought the miners to a stiffened blue which had not only to be brought to the surface but then spread about and broken upbv hand labor and exposure to the weather and at the present moment all around the mines are to be seen litd ally miles of the blue lad out in shallow lajers over the open veldt With these more extended operations came more elaborate machinery for hoisting for spreading on the floors and for sorting Now round each great basin or quarry is a circle of steam engines working wire rope lifts up and down to the bottom of the quarry and round the brink run locomotives and trains of trucks whisking the blue so brought up away to be spread out like so much manure over the veldt and to be taken thence when duly disintegrated by the weather broken up byhand and harrowed and rolled to the washing places where it is all sent by hydraulic action through a series of rotatory sieves and puHators on the principle of in successive me- Â¬ chanical operations washing away all dirt that is lighter than diamonds The washers are so arranged that the outfall of each portion is graduated in size and falls on a series of sorting tables At these stand five or six of the princi- Â¬ pal men owners and directors of com- Â¬ panies among them spreading out the cleaned washed stuff graduated f oni the size of pebbles to that of sand and toevisitor may stand by in wonder to see the searcher at the one end pick out his eight or ten big stones per hour or assist the searcher at the other busily sorting out of the sand innumerable white specks of diamonds The days work tumbled into small snuff boxes will frequently reach a local value of 1000 None can fail to be struck on looking into one of these great mines or quarries that the whole of that great mass of earth and rock has been duo out pulverized and searched for the diamonds it contains One can look into a quarry of slates or stone and see the rocks themselves cut down aud carted away for use but in these quar Â¬ ries the soil and the rock are cut out and dug out and what for Simply that out of every one hundred tons raised out of the quarry an ounce weight of diamonds may be secured It is a startling and impressive thought in gazing into these great quarries that all that soil should have been dug out at a cost for labor alone of something like 15000000 and with the aid of invested capital of 1000000 in machinery in order to distribute so many hundred weight of precious stones to decorate the ladies of civilized centers And now a fourth stage has been arrived at As I have said these diggings have reached a depth of three hundred to four hundred feet and the sides of he quarries are falling in The new problem is how to continue to dig out the blue which now lies practically be- Â¬ neath the reef Tho consequence is that rnnnrl fhp nunrrms Tirrnlo r ng shafts arc being sunk and tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ blue i3 to be attached by underground work Good mining judges maintain Where tho Brilliant Beauties are Found that this is the wrong system inasmuch ami Hoit They are Mined as when the Among the curiosities of commerce underground shaft is sunk no method of none perhaps is more curious than that bring to grass mining can secure and any large proportion of tho major portion of the produce ox the blao which is not in veins but bulks ported from South Africa is simply used A truer system woidd be to terrace ttie for the adornment of ladies Out of a roof sides and always wdrk them as open total value exported of 7500000 os- Â¬ go bymines or quarries Thus as yearsÂ¬ the cost of getting out trich feathers and diamonds account for monds increases steadily butthese dia it also sd 5 000000 Twenty years ago all known happens that the price of diamonds has diamonds had come to Europe of the steadily and greatly fallen The all United States from immemdrial eastern round price per carat has fallen from stocks or from the scanty produce of 3 to 15 shillings per carat At this one can not be surprised Of old the mine3 in Brazil and elsewhere which world was content to receive each year were calculated to yield not more than an accession of new dug diamonds of 50000 worth in the year To day about 50000 in value on the average situated in the midst of a suddenly from South Africa comes plain affording at all points a sea But a new supply exceeding 4000000 line horizon of flat veldt we find this worth each year for ten years Cor town of Kimberley with a large Europe- Â¬ London Times an population of wealthy and well-to-d- o a 0 4- people and a large native popnlatfon DIET AND FOOD earning every year more than 1000 000 sterling in wages And from this DtvUioAs of Food Composition of the mining oasis in the agricultural desert Human Uody has been sent in the last fifteen years Foods are divided into 1 water 2 something like 40000000 worth of dia- Â¬ meaty or albumenous substances 3 monds in the rough which with the cost of cutting seLting and selling must starches or carbohydrate 4 fats 5 have taken from the pockets of con- Â¬ mineral matters 6 accessory foods All sumers something approaching 100 of which have their representatives in 000000 the bod itself A human body is so As all the world knows the Soun watery that the corpse of a man African diamond mines have their own weighing 150 pounds and carefully story of unexpected discovery at the least as startling as that of any gold field dried would come out a shriveled mass or other rich mineral deposit in the of about fifty pounds in weight the world In 1867 the first diamond was meaty substances are represented by found the favorite toy of a little Boer girl muscle the starchy by glycogemJound which she had picked out from among in the liver aud by a sugar inosite the roots of an old tree Its genuineness found in the muscles fat is present was not long in doubt and in a few padding angular parts and giving a months the bed of the Vaal river was roundness to the frame mineral matters known as a profitable diamond region abound especially in the bones and DIAMONDS wide-stretching t II The composition of the human body is somewhat as follows 15 per cent Bones 42 per ccut Muscles Organs in tho chest and abdomen 9 per cent 25 per cent Fat and skin Brain 2 per cent teeth ADULT MA a persoc supposing weighed 150 pounds 63 pounds wxmld be muscle 37i pounds would be skin and fat 24 pounds would be bone and 3 pounds would bo brain IIL More than half the weight of the body is bone and muscle IV The amount of water in food is very large A beefsteak contains 75 per cent of water In buying a pound only one fourth of that pound is dry solid meat Cabbages contain 85 to 90 per cent of their weight of water and succulent fruits sometimes moro than 90 per cent Of substances most com- Â¬ monly eaten rusks or biscuits are the driest and watermelons the most watery of foods Therefore pure starch sugar or fat for a long time on the other hand a purely meat diet can maintain life indefinitely VII Sugar can not be made the basis of diet but rice can so that taking complex foods rice heads the list Of the three great foods on which with very little addition millions of human beings live viz rice bread and potatoes rice is nearly all assimilated fine wheaten bread being almost equal to rice while with potatoes there is nearly 40 per cent of waste or substances which pass away without being utilized So that in point of economy and considering the relative price of the three rice stands first American Â¬ Â¬ V When water is taken into the sys- Â¬ tem it assists without doubt in the building up of new tissues in the repair of old According to this view it is not merely a dilutent of fluids it does no simply play an inactive part like a lu- Â¬ bricant of machinery but is in the truest sense a food VI Life can not be maintained on Grocer MACAULAY The Great English Historian and Essayist in Childhood Iacaulay was a simple and natural child yet his manners were quaint and his style of speech precise if not pedantic When he was four years of age he went one day to the front door to tell a lady who had called that his parents were out but if she would come in he would bring her a glass of old spirits The lady was Mrs Hannah More She was startled by the hospitable offer and asked the boy what he knew about Nothing maam save that Robin- Â¬ son Crusoe often had somesaid the precocious little fellow showing that ho had already familiarized himself with that boys own book His father once took him to see the curiosities kept at Strawberry Hill one of the great houses A servant while waiting upon the company spilled some hot coffee over the boys legs Lady Waldegrave the hostess was ill kindness and sympathy and after a while asked him how he was feeling Thank you madam the agony is abated said he looking up in her face He had a small plat of ground at the back of his fathers house assigned to him which he marked out as his own by rows of oyster shells One day a peevish maid servant threw the shells Â¬ old spirits away as rubbish The indignant boy walked into the drawing room where his mother was entertaining company and with great solemnity said Curbed be Sally for it is written cursed is he that removeth his neighbors landmark Those who are ambitious to acquire a good English style may learn a lesson from Macaulays boyish compositions He used the time he could snatch from the school room and the nursery to dash off brief essays The spelling and grammar and punctuation were absolutely correct and his meaning was as clear as crystal Boy though he was he trained himself to do well what he did and to neglect no detail however small Literary art should be begun early in life and practiced as if every sentence written were to appear in print That is the way to acquire an English style Youths Companion Â¬ Â¬ Bustles Steels Etc Bustles are worn very large because there is a tendency to do away with masses of drapery on the tournure The separate bustle for each dress is a cushion or pillow of hair made thicker than it was last season and tackeJ through with threads at intervals tc keep the hair from matting this is sewed permanently to the belt and be- Â¬ low it are two steels run In casings across the back of the foundation skirt When a pad bustle I3 objected to modistes use a third steel in a casino about eight inches belov- - the belt cu ting it in two for the oyening of tho placket hole and putting a hook anu eye at the end of the casing to fasten it JIarjcrs Bazar The dhlnese language has sereral tkoa THE BIRD SPIDER tnd letters but T H the one most used It pays to keep one man in constant of1 Remarkable Insect Native to Eor the ladles attendance on thirty head of fattening History a TVam Countries Ismghter Is the poor roans plaster cattle Prairie Farmer MatdfcjJ every tmrden light Pew animals are more repulsive than A salad of orang03 and cocoanuts Turning sadne into gladness i e nnrnm thia gigantic spider The bird spiae Darkest hour to May aSTra ferJch i3 recommended as a breakfast dish Tis the deepest and the cheapest Mijgate tivicMafia for so the creature Mlfiicientiv dainty td set before a kln Cure for ills of this description m But for those that womans heir to- handful of rice ground through is galled exeites horrot in all the COtia o tJss Dr Pierces Pavorito Prescription a sriice iniH cleans it effectually The tries In which it i3 fountl a Cures all wQaknessas and irregularities particles of spice or pepeer or of coffee m In the Antilles and in the forests of bearing down sensations Internal will not adhere to it after this rice is Venezuela Brazil Guiana and Ecua fever bloating displacements inflamma- Â¬ O t ground through it morning sickness and tendency to o dor its repulsive aspect has among the tion 2 cancerous disease Price reduced to one k Cucumber Stce Three dozen druggists 14 o coYeKir cucumbers six or eight white onions residents as well as among travelers dollar By caused a terror that the imagination of half pint salt two quarts cider vinegar Tnxboy who hit the nail on the head quarter cup black pepper one cup the aborigines has still further exagger-Â¬ wept to ffnd that it was his thumb nail 2 a f black mustard seeds six dozen cloves ated How many times while lying in X X Had a Dreadful Cottgh --i Slice the cucumbers and onions and my hammock during the long equinoc c o S put them with the salt in a bag to drain tial nights have I heard the Indians and raised a considerable amount thinblood and matter besides I was very for six hours then add pepper mustard and peons while squatting around the andweak I could scarcely go about the go 3C seed and cloves and cold cider vinegar eamp lire in the m man with each house This was the case of a complaint X virgin forest tell consumption arising from liver 27c Housefiold Other stories or fables rather whose He completely by the An eld housekeeper say3 To Inexhaustible theme was serpents bats Use recovered his health of Dr Pierces Golden iledical wash prints of delicate colors boil and big spiders In measure as the Thousands of others bear simi- Â¬ bran in soft waiter and when cold nighl advanced the iaies became more lar testimony wash the goods in it and rinse thor and more extraordinary famHHTSBl From hged A GOOD big inninsi3 half ottha jime oughly several times It will cleanse tombs of birds devoured upou their them beautifullv without hurting tho nests by the Arana cangrejo crab The Judge SATISFACTION GUARANTEED colors She adds CO I have washed spider with long velvety legs and Deserving of CoxFrnEXCBThere is no IHS JTABHEB delicate lawns of fading colors in poisonous jaws the orator passed to article which so richly deserves tho ebnfi FOR which I had grated two or three larre more dramatic facts and the last dence of the public as Browns Baoxcsili TEoarocs Those suffering from Asthmatic potatoes It kept them bright and flickerings of the dying embers often and Bronchial Diseases Coughs and Colds Ai clear for many washings lent their fantastic accompaniment to a should try them Sold enly in boxes TJie making of a good milker de Â¬ story about a child whose blood had CO Bscfesisr MT H H WARHR The way to make an overcoat last is t pends not only in the ability of the cow been sucked while it lay in its cradle make the undercoat first Lynn Union Freed from these local exaggerations to produce milk at a minimum cost PHILLTPTAKTASEUNewar2rTeTedf2r HaIasuraloyears lfcm dyspepsia but essentially also in the training which afe so frequent anions these Pikes Tootiiache Drops curelnlminuteoc manyandreports t3Jnoderfiandsre ed food Soap heals and beautifies 23c Warners Tippecakoe Th Best then from not only to develop these qualities to weak minds in a state of nature and Glenns Sulphur mnter oJsouswIttTrtl he the highest degree Proper feeding is examples of which might be easily EKMAK CORK REMOVER Ml Is Corns Bunions medicinewiieaerer used IU Icnofrtf Teraseuy laneg every other success necessary and of fully as much valuo found nearer home the history of the A A A dentist id i chiekea Ha is always Aill be the training that induce reli bird spider still remains uiliciently in- Â¬ a pull it incc upon the feeder and milker and teresting to merit being narrated aud be better known the absence of fear Chicago Times IT HAS NO EQUAL WllHGFTS FEVER AMD AGUE T0M1C Linno described this species under the 35 l An excellent rule for making nut A ATrarrantedcure for all diseases name of Aranea avicularin the specific caused by malarial poisoning of candy is to take two pints of maple CO tectesfer M T the blood such as CbJUs and Fever H H WABHEB sugar half a pint of water or enough name recalling the animals habt of FcTer and Ague Sun Pains Dumb WK SAGE of St- - Johns Xlcfr ascorapletelr to dissolve the sugar and no more Let feeding at times upon birds and even Chill Intermittent Remittent prostrated by the hardships endsrred eCarfQK the lata upon adult humming birds captured Billons andall other Ftrrera caused war lie returned home a wrecK VotSf w mind aaa this boil until it becomes brittle when simply by malaria It ia also tha safest rody For twenty years he nntltheeslstHUMlf ta upon the nest The celebrated ento- Â¬ a little is tried in cold water But-Â¬ aUre wamwwl and best cure for enlarged Spleen time more dead than iu7AXOeTheBest Sea health by Warners Tn ter some plates dr tins cover with mit mologist Latreille in 1802 established General Debility aU old vets to try It WritetohlmatStJon3w311Cake Feer raeats and pour the candy over them the genus Mygale for Arachnids of the eadPeriodic Neuralgia tTor Sateby all Druggists CHAS F XEELERProp Chicago III Hickory nuts or butternuts are nicer tribe Theraphoses All the individuals R U AWARE included in this group are hunters and THAT with this than almonds or peanuts live either in nests constructed in the Philadcljjhia Press Lorillards CHsas Plug V the earth or in the clefts of stones and m paid anj- active person to srll and epen Poor Mans Fruit Cake This cake twarin t a red tin taat tha TvlHania - fiat SU m QUV OBrSrals-- XocapiU required SalarrpsiU t is excellent as well as economical Take under the bark of trees like the species UcuIarjFHEE TV monthly Expanses in adrsnee Fall pr F arm mean what tve that that form the subject of this article Ware Co Washington say Standard Silver Xavy CHppiBcaand qualitylot Ward considered one and a half cups of brown sugar two St Boston Mass tha best and cheapest cups of flour one of butter and one of Some of them are wonderfully skilled chopped raisins three eggs three table- Â¬ workmen as the mason spider 1 of southern France spoons of sour mill half a teaspoon of ccementatiat Lati I1 and pioneer spider M fodiens Walek soda half a cup of blackberry jam Says that hen a customer Mix the sugar butter and eggs together of Corsica Tho habits of the bird spider are not asks for THE BEST Spring first then the Hour and milk and fruit so well known as those of the ones just Medicine he confidently recom Â¬ Bake in a moderate oven Chicago mentioned either because from its mends Journal hunting being done at night it is rarely The following is recommended as a met with or because it selects retreats good cough syrup which has been tested that are not very accessible Sarsaparilia There are by long use and found to be excellent few authors to be found however who One ounce thoroughwort one ounco have correctly spoken of this curious From E S Ritt tell Druggist ITa iAa 2T 172 slippery elm one ounce extract of licorI have been In the drug and prescripÂ¬ and dreaded spider several of them ice one ounce flaxseed simmer to tion business in Nashua over forty years have copied one another and others gether in one quart of water until tho have devoted themselves especially to and am the oldest druggist here I waa strength is thoroughly extracted strain its anatomy During the course of my the first to introduce yourvaluablermedi carefully add one pint of best molasses travels in equinoctial America 1 have cines in this city-- I believe in thesa and one half pound of loaf sugar several times had an opportunity of Ayers Sarsaparilia I tsc pleasure I recommending to my customers welF simmer them all togetiier and when seeing the bird spider in a in sftite of 2old bottle tight knowing it tz give satisfaction Ja all Toledo Blade nature and it will perhaps be permitted have yet my experience as a druggist Soda Biscuit Put one quart of me to add a few personal observations to hear the first complaint against iL ilour before sifting into sieve with ono to those of the travelers who have pre teaspoon of soda and two of cream ceded me From F E Bailey Co ZotceU Jfatx- tartar or three of baking powder one of Having sold Ayers Sarsaparilia since It Of the several hundreds of salt and tablespoon of white sugar mix that have been described this spiders was first placed upon the market we caa all thoroughly with the flour run largest The largest specimen is the say after an experience covering a quarter through sieve rub in one level table- Â¬ captured measured exactly withthat I 1 of a century that ive have yet to learn ot legs spoon of lard aud butter or half of each a case where it ha3 failed to give satisfac Â¬ stretched out seven inches wet with half pint of sweet milk roll The first one I saw was at in diameter tion Its merits are fully established Martinique on board about an inch thick cut with not far from bamt Pierre in the trees From C Way Co Portland Xe msciut cutter anaTil ikikc 111 a quick oven skirtins a road lts ne t was suspended We nave used Ayers Sarsaparilia ror nucen minutes 11 you nave not mils from thcbranch of a Palirouren an years and our customers are much pleased use a little more butter and wet with elegant sTirub of the Rubiacea and its with its effects We believe it to beosa water Handle as little and make as appearance strikingly recalled those Copyrights- of the best medicines in the market rapidly as possible Ltoslon Budget 4 large caterpillar nests that we so fre- q -r quently find upon the Aleppo pine w w p 7 Finns haleteisis on the mountains in PROFITABLE FEEDING SoIdbyDrnggists Co Lowell Mass rncel alx botL Prepared by Dr J CAycrfc the vicinity of Cannes and Nice It con- Â¬ Not lSnnush Consideration Given to t o sisted of a beautiful white silken tissue Value of the Manure from Fattening An of several thick layers strengthened by imals PURGATIVE very strong threads capable of arrest-Â¬ The value of the manure from fatten ing a small bird In the center were ing animals is a mat f1 less within the placed the egg perhaps 1500 to 2000 positive knowledge ot theaverage farmer E than should be the case The effect of r r wi crmrTTtiTPTrp nntAaA a unWEL Comnlausts TMi4xMKn Sisters or Jeaale Ccmplatota t - PinBLOOD fcOISOIT aJ d Skin Diseases ONE PIUC A DOSEI different kinds of feed on the value of Md say of Notre Dame Govanstown x una lata htsibzoib laiosacBnaiiisrr srnuxn nave no cauai Red Star Cough Cure is beneficial Tirm mnna 1LD UiVltt TcxTm Tt Tnif i at1iA T not no other rOld everywnere STHlin manure is also a matteWuot so thor Â¬ XAS8 CO BOBTOXV S JOiUTSOJiT mail for 25 eta ia otatnns Valuable information ffftKK oughly appreciated as would be for tho That was a very conscientious humor- Â¬ HAY FEVER advantage of farmers Much of the ist who broke off an engagement because his girl had chestnut hair Tlie IlatchcU 3Iy brotherMyron and feeding so far as tho value 01 the ma myself were both cured to nure is concerned is at haphazard Variety the Spice of Life vrC all appearance of Catarrh la Joij AmJaA There is variety in the letters received by and Farmers can generally give some id a Mrs Pmkham testifying to tho and August Up to thia GrmVSSOS as to the best feed for the production A cures Lydia E by her Vegetable Compound date Dec 23 neither have effected pork beef and mutton Jiy the feed and tho great relief afforded to thousands bad any return of these Mrs of troubles Elys Cream Balm rHy FEVER in ing of so murh corn hay oats or bai Â¬ of womensay3all sections taken C Toronto three bot- Â¬ ira me lueuicine usea I have ley they expect to make a cerkJn quan- Â¬ tles with very gratifying results Mrs Gabriel Fibkj Spencer tity of meat But how much the ma Â¬ Stephen B of Shetnngton Quebec Tioga Co 5f Y nure from this will be worth K to mnv says lam now using the fourth bottle CREAM BALM an unolwed and often an tin thought vi and have-derived great benefit already of Eugene City Oregon Sarah Cproblem says Ip is tho best medicine for the fe- Â¬ has gained an enviable rep The truth is that the value of the ma Â¬ male sex I have ever found utation wherever known Mrs C nure from a ton of some kinds of feed of Santa Fe says Your Compound has displacing all other prepa- - HAY FEVER particle is Mrs H S rations Aeach nostril ap- pain agreeable to ust is a much more certain quantity than done me a great deal of good piled Into no says It has circular the weight of meat that it will prod ee D for ot Portland Me to and I cheer- Â¬ Price SJcbymalloratdrucclsts faend ELY BROTHERS Droits Owego K X me all it claimed done a inter During the past for example fully recommend it to all suffering as I Statue of Liberty Enlightening tha WadA N the manure heap will in some caaesio have done Mrs D H E of Lex Â¬ TO HAVE HEALTH THE LIVER HUSTRC ORDR The Committee in charge ot the construction of tfe I have taken one bot- Â¬ worth far more than anything clfco ob- ington Va says base and pedestal for tha reception of this great worti 1 feel feed It is poMble to tle and I assure youever a great deal bet- Â¬ tained from the strong as la order to rls faad for lta cempletlea make this the fact nearly always ami ter I feel my back since and Pve never felt have prepared a miniature Statue six inches in AetgM pain in second dose tho a the Statue Bronzed Pedestal 2Icie flIlTere that too while giving kinds of fe d which they are now delivering to subscribers thraRs that are excellent for making fat m l What is a great deal worse than rain Â¬ out the United States at One Dollar acsw flesh We have lost much in this count tv ing cats and dogs Hailing a stage This attractive souvenir and Mantel orDeafcoraa from our inattention to this point wliil mentls perfecl foc timiU of the model furnished by England lias profited by the popular the artist Delicate diseases affecting ignorance prevailing in this and other male or female however induced speedily The Statuette la same metal ttxxUt tncAa MK at Five JDollara Jcfa delivered countries of the varieties of feed een and permanently cured Illustrated book Consultation free The designs of Statue and Pedestal are protected by tial to making the richest kinds of three letter stamps Worlds Dispensary Medical Association US Patents and the models caa only befsriaked I a Reliable Remedy for Liver Complaints and ilia caused manures Many 3 ears ago Sir Joku B by a deroncetl or torpid condition of tha Lrrer as Dys Â¬ br thU Commtiuc Address wltnresnlttaace Lawes published tables showing iu Buffalo Nli Jaundice Headach pepsia Constipation Biuoircne SICITJLRIa BUTLEX Bertryr Malaria Rheumatism et- It resnlates the bowels puri Â¬ comparative aluc of manures niade fies the blood strengthen the STtem att dlTextioo When to Make Pork American Committee of the Statue of Liberty yAamvir arfroicmsT an XKVAI1XJA31E from a ton of the various kind of food 33 3Tercei Street 3Tew Xoclc- testimonials prove its merit Swine should be converted into pork Thousandsof WILL TELL TOU ITS BEPXTr ATIOJf AXX UBUCKJIST Linseed cake and cotton seed cake stand at the head of tho list and it is a note before very cold weather except 3oung worthy fact that for very many ears ones that are to be kept through These these oilcakes were tho staple food for must have warm fairly clean dry quar- Â¬ ters or their keeping will not be a source fattening beef cattle jSISHD of profit A hog will live in a small In tins country fully three fourths of box that he can crawl into to get out of the food given to fattening or othr stock is com It docs not become 13 the snow but a hog or other animal 4 rowing and that just lives is an expensive boarder to speak against corn r leeuing it largely are evidences ot im- for a man to keep Six or seven months proved farming We rather exalt our is long enough to make a nice piece of We have Just issued a most wonderful aad TsJsaela new boot which treats of diseases -- peculiar to tWi selves on the fact that farmers here can pork from any well bred weaned pig female sex and have snared aeitherpains car ascwey grow corn while those in England can and ne who takes a year for it is pretty to mate it worthy the perusal and confidence of ifiM women all over our land Every raother wife ateter not But after all corn is not among sure to throw away three or four and daughter is deeply vitoUy Interested la tatr area months feeding material Every farmer Gx 2 special feature of KIdjres Food In contradis Â¬ work and should send for it without delay It nit be the more valuable feed- for manure sent to any tinction to others is lta neutral action upon especially on lands requiring phos- Â¬ ought to know that the more rapidly he bowels Tor thia reason It Is specially adaptedtho It carefully address In the world Tre etCsw Reasl study itwell and you will glean tafoiaa to tf on that may prove bowel are o phates as most of our long cultivated converts a young pig into pork the less those seasons when Food is troublesand triedfrequent of the Rothschilds more valuable than all tae weaKftr more precious than all tfce ges Remember Ridges an old prepara soils do What has been called the the pork will cost him per pound but tion having been in use for thirty years in England of Europes rovalty It may sore your Ufel 1XGELATOE Co Box 53 Atlaats 6a and America It is a perfectly sale and nourishing Beadfield English farmers prejudice agiiut feed- - too manT still adhere to the old way of diet lor all conditions buying shoats in the fall and keeping ing corn is possiuiy a recognition of them a whole year to get from three to this fact Accord ins to Mr Lawo tables based on values in Englaud the four hundred pounds of pork No pig manure from a ton of Indian corn meal that weighs forty pounds in October When 1 ay pre 1 do not men merely to tnera for a radical caret can be worth only sGGo That from a should be allowed to go through the time and tnenhare thia return acaln I mean acr FAiilSa ha dse f FITS EFILEFST IS5ZS JZ UNEQUALLED FOR CEMENT IHS rp EICEiX3 lifd long study Iwuraot myretaedy toearq ton of linseed cake is worth 1072 heat of the following summer but we worst cairn Became others nava failed rowasoa for aScolch1me PAaR LEATHaj should be hurried along and made to not no receiving a enre Send at oneo for latreatlas and a from beans SI5G5 and from pens of 3r5 Post nsiB 1575 The manure from a ton of weigh from two hundred and fifty to Free Bottlecostsmy Infallible remedy Give Express andyon DtSce yon nhlar for a trial nd J wta euro II net v 2 EV Address Dr HG BOOT 1SS Pearl St New Tori three hundred pounds or more dressed clover hay is worth iG5 while that from coarse to fine wheat midd ima by the last of May A barn cellar is Q SETVLA I Fi 1 ften condemned for pigs but if light vares from S 1353 to 1450 These Wim P R vand Increase SOfflcerpayfrca lt commlssionsXearterarelieT lSyears edicnion fee Write for experienceand lava piam 1 figures are very suggestive They dry and warm there can be no better success or no circulars W McCORlUCS SOS Cincinnati Oto A show not only that many kinds of fc d place for them on the farm They will have more value as manure than cum keep the manure packed down solid so TELL THE TRUTH TONE Combines vph Jg liShjiml- ana ffiMiSSs IN TOUCH tjrticityawpqiriBBe nltn Combines lightaee but that some of these are worth more it will nbt spoil by heating and they and Bible by Uncle Tim The most gplcy booie of the IN asArWrnnry wiU eat a ad grow almost as well as in times Price 3 eta 3 for SI 2VE3TOX Ss for the manuro alone than the inone CessMaes Ttrniitlfnl ffnifff value of their cot It is not uncom summer Pork is low just now and NJUXXR STAT10XHIOT CO St LoulMo IN FINISH a 4D0MWG W1 mon to have wheat bran ellinir vey many will be discouraged about pork TVP w w 1 r f u -- - rBrOsJooafiais Jokes Geaeral aeten Claelimtl OMa making and will keep no pigs this win Â¬ near to what it is worth as manure even eOyaseaUlustrated Sent PostP3idforTvelveCnrL hi the East At the West it can often ter but if hogs have usually been kept EictfctePtUiifciB Hoaw S93L BcebaaaSt5evXscs be purchased for 10 or 11 per ton iu it would be foolish to let them go now S50 or rnoTfi -ftliT carried ArticleArWr ry siyetermoryBivea waste tne tail It must bo remembered tnat foritisn6t unlikelv that those who do SURE sample KIMBALL S IX fc Cox CzjiaitmliSu the above figures are made 111 England J will find themselves without pork when dress 3 X SHELLY Charlotte XortUCaroltoi ANK E i033 ret the matter of comparative vafnes ia i h gh prices are offered again New Treated and cured without the knife WBE WK1TIN8 1t England Farmer squally applicable here---AY Herald CANCER Boor on treatment sent free Adoress p 7 jr aic FLr0XDM JkMnn JsaeCoEL r FARM AND FIRESIDE TippicANoEi mi- - TONIC -- Xis--ove- ry sir teefl totoyT Sane SensailMS JpS - Cojisiituiiona Tonic j3Z313 glOO eU4ji2jJ B8 TM ul MONTH - ffigk 0rJ UB DRUGGIST Ayers Â¬ niLl 155 1 11 1 ililiP 1 i L Ay srDar X Ill e Â¬ ilflftflflllftl T iliirllili Fi r llilVVlIVLil PILLS J Â¬ n Â¬ nunjri SKia1 Urn Â¬ qp Â¬ Â¬ 5Lgl - DBWDiaflaria 4 Â¬ iTfiSP CURE FITS m WITHOUT MONEY WITHOUT PRICE Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ LE PAGES LIQUID GLUE 7 1 j the EVERETT rC CMTAUM9B I Â¬ FUN f - -- - - -- - -- 9-- wy CURE353SgSs T Jtv -