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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 J 4AJt IIIMMiiTil -- - jtTi Mill it ill ij a JV ---- - - j ii j jjHKfe v SlBS - -- VJte Wfe - v - j s i iS J Hill M - liwiimiuiu r ii MfipilHWlii8WMMBaWBBHBMPMBHMBaWBW 3T V s The Hazels Green HeraSb ir fe -- - i - V SPEXCER CDOPER Owner and Editor THE HEBAIiD OF A 35TOISX WORLD WITH 2JTEWS FKCM ALL rATlOKS S100 A YEAR Always inJMaica -- v VOLUME I HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY JULY 22 these are the first requisites of femi- Â¬ nine culture Her knowledge of medi- Â¬ cine is aptly represented by thatganed by the lectures given in this land on and is the first aid to the injured rather the knowledge of a professional nurse than that of a physician Her savoirfaire is developed partly by home experience and partly by visits to her grandmothers aunts and sisters Man-Â¬ ners are a broader term in Clrna than in America They include affection self sacrifice devot on and forethought as well as that of address and good language The recognition and appre- Â¬ ciation of all of them is a religious as well as a social and personal duty A Chinese wife and mother fulfills the functions of her office both from the fear and awe of Buddha and from the love she bears her husband ch ldren and family iaturailv she has but very few op portunities for recreation and social pleasure Compared with that of a V assar graduate her life is monotonous and dullj yet knowng naught of the outside world in which American and European girls have their beng she has little or no desire to go outside of the limited but active sphere wherein she moves Runaways flirtations marital disajipointments and elope- Â¬ ments are practically unknown words in the Celestial Empire Nevertheless there is little ot the subjugation of the daughter so common in Europe The marriage de convenanee is thus far un- Â¬ born While the parents may recom- Â¬ mended a suitor on account of wealth intellect social or political pos tion the girl has and exercses an absolute veto power While having implicit confidence in their good judgment and affection and yielding to these in all other matters yet in marital affairs she invariably has an imperative wll of her phantom of the departed spone Sec- Â¬ ond marriages in that part of the Em Â¬ pire are conducted very much Ike Jhe vstsof credulous folks to haunted houses In several well authenicatea cases where the brass bancLwas called in at the second nuptials the indignant ghost has been known to strangle both HENS ON THE FARM They Do Their Best TTlien They Arc 3fj3t Contented 1S85 NTIMBEB2UHt THE BUTTERFLIES 5 aMS TELL ME TRULY Dear little daisy down In the grass KaaHlng up at me as 1 pass If 1 listen will von tell TletherGmebody loves me veil Tcar little daisy lend me your art lieep a secret close lamy heart know I lmgio it low howltsto ber Whisper only to me SVUIhecocie Or does he tarry 2s It to eoart Or is Jt to marry Will ho take my heart f oreverr Or will he forsake and come back never IJear little daisy Jitou knmv That hes untrue oh tell me go Alas alas It can not be Whatever you ay I 1shw he Jotcs irs Tour art false rilncer believe That one I love could so deceive wind that Iirtos you awayato the who knencs blows Ard ask again of daisy Demorcsts Monthly r WOMEN EST CHINA Their Education Industry and r social Position IaHChters More Profitable Than Sons JWHan Supremacy In All IIousc- hold AffairR Marriage J aw and Customs It is hardfy fair to stop here while law and custom are as stated They are basedmerely upon theideaof lore The duty and affecton a wife owes her hus- Â¬ band even if dead are the cardinal ele- Â¬ ments in the- social and legal plexus Th s re wh ch tie her hand and foot cognit on of love goes even further A young girl who has lost her betrothed or died immedately after the r niar rage declares her intention to rema n celibate the rest of her life This vow may be made before her parents the mir strate or the village elders Hence forth she is regarded with the same venerat on as a s ster of charity in ultra Catholic lands When she has kept her vpw faithfully at the age of sixty the Emperor decrees the erection of a tnumphant arch near the place of her birth and on its face a memor al m seription in her honor I fane woman is the same in China as in the United States as the number of arches con- Â¬ structed to date is exceedingly small Â¬ offending parties 4 From a financial standpoint raising danrfitcrs1in Chmaisfar more prdfita bletlianfasng sons There is almost a sure return for evrey dollar invested and frequently heavy interest in the former ivhile the latter are often ac Waves arc not coorpanicd vrith loss - Thevoung husband lwght1n Chinasimply makes a sort of genteel redemp iionn presents to the good inother-in-la- v for the trouble incurred in bringÂ¬ up her daughter These incurable ing courtescs and freemen tjredemprbns often cosUthehinforfcunatchusband 100 per cent more than the w fe would bring if put up at auction Even then Ihcrejrc many waa would pay double Wong China Foo YJ Eagle in Brooklyn N TEHERAN Some Interesting Information Concerning tho Verslstn Cnpitul Teheran the capital of Persa is a It 3P n tf nunu ms iooks manners social posi t on wealth and pedigree afocarefully suora tted to her antiVbylier paseu1 up- on before thevould baswa n receives recognition by the parentIninct so peciujar ndhorjoughfcikhe education theamount ejTpertdedo einrjithQii of iuSomaalihiihisrrespeet tfiat the vlves without comment on the banrain kubredgebj pfidgieesalid s6cial po lilost American writers laoor under the sitions of a mans tnie value iu the erroneous impreson as to Chinese so- Â¬ community is fro piently greater than cial life suggested in the triteremark that of her father With marriage as in the Common thcxGhinea aro partial Llo male in Â¬ fants and that the fcmaes are not Law of England there is a complete These I xjuote merger of the wife in husband This much thought of from GutzcaC There is jerhaps no merger however is more extensive jaation except Turkey in which the fe- Â¬ The wife of a man who wins a ttle males are less seen and less known takes the same title In Chinese eti Â¬ than China Their absolute seclusion quette and custom therefore there are from public gazi boili in the street a Mrs Alderman a Mrs Congressman andat home make them strangers to a Mrs Senator and a Mrs President their own race This is so true thati In meetings of her own sex she takes can safely say that married men in the same precedence that her husband China do not know the opposite sex does among meu With life brth of a son her responsi Â¬ except through their own wives Womanhood is o sacred that t is sbut bilities aro greeiy increased It is her in and bejrirtby nrejud ceJ and customs duty to make him good and prepare morccoinplelely tian By a CJunese lrni for all emergencies oflife Law Tvall Aivifo daughter and mother offers an additional Incentive If in the 3Iiddle Kingdom jirc like the through her work and endeavor the son Uarca and Penates of the eal Boman develop literary genius and carries oil household the great honor- of the land m the Im Women associate with women and per al universities she heeomes enti- Â¬ mn Avith men upon all occasions and tled to - tlic degree of or lady ofTtheJirsti ank In this tinker all circumstances This is strin Â¬ gently curried out in all well regulated way a careful tuid ass duous mother von brotlicrs and may obtain for herself through a son a Chinese Janul cs sisters are notf allowed io eat at the rank next to the Empress of China is entitled to pre sameablebuL hav their separate A Bryants andjmcals Inhina private frenlafcon to- - arid audience with the dwellirs are5uilt in suai a manner as Crown She can and is allowed to v s t tSpTcrcnt vUitofV of llieopposTesex the Empress at her will also to give from meeting or ven seipg the women and receive council and in law takes of aTamdy JJnder these circumstance precedence of the son by whom the itmiht seem d flicult p de enbe the honor was gained By this odd method condftou of the Chinese women and there is created in Chna a hgh social their treatment But th s condition caste exclusively amons women whose and treatment are formulated by the f analogy I have never heard of in other common law of China They have been c vilizations If on the one side the taught generation after generation at possible elevation is great so on the school and firesTde and have become otheralmost as great is the possible the pubhc and prvatu law of the land degradation To the Chinese philosoExcqpUpns are treated as onisdemean pher in whom seems to run ajstrong orsSirfd arepunif hfed accordingly The current of Darwn and Herbeit giri of Pe Chi Li is brought up on the Spencer the parents of a criminal same basis as her sisters in bhau glial share to a large extent in his criminal- Â¬ Of course this training is widely if not ity Among the causes eelebres of djamctr cally different from- - tnut fol China upon this point are cases where- Â¬ lowedTri Christian countries Yet the in parents have been fined imprisoned enforced seclnsonis no greater than bastinadoed and even beheaded for that which prevals in France Spa n the crimes of ther son This law and Italy and the fushionaule com- Â¬ strange as it ma- seem to Occidentals pression of a girls feet is not to be is in the long run beneficent to soci- Â¬ mentioned in the same brain with the ety and the State It serves to n voluntary compression of the waist and ercasc family feeling and affect on vitals so noticeable In America to strenirfhen parental and lil al ties With all due respect to demagogues and to keep alive the so called ancestor and Dgols 1 am certain that the health worship of the Last ofnhe averajreChnese irirl atidwoman auarrniKc ou iijj so solemn a contract is superior to ilfat of their Occidental and religion entering into it o largely sister The fash onable doctors of the a widows life in China is not a happy great cities of Christendom would one A second marriage is not pro starve in the populous capitals of the hibited by law but - tabooed by soIvluldle Eingtom In respect to do- Â¬ ciety In this regard Mongolian le mestic comtort and happiness the scmblcs American society in bpng less Chinese paterfamilias stands head and liberal to the woman than to the man shoulders over the American While A widower takes a second and third in the store and office the husband helpmate and though Mrs Grundy rules supreme in the house the wife is may shrug her shoulders he loes no ladyparamount From babyhood Ihe prestige But the widow who consoles has been tramed in household duties herself with the same pleasure loses The government of servants the rear- Â¬ caste irredeemably This oeial pe Â¬ ing of children and the management of culiarity seems to have been born m the home are to her household words India our next door neighbor and to From the wedding day she is to com- Â¬ have had its origin in the feelings whch bine the slang of the Orients and Oc even to day in Hiudostan express cidentfbothboss and joss ofthofamih themselves in the suttee and the lving Itmayf therefore please tile leaders of burial- - On the other hand as it to the womans rights organzaton to compensate for the injustice to the se know that in one land woman Teigns if a widowed mother declares her in supreme in all domestic relations tcntipn to raise and educate her chil- Â¬ Whdevqmen arc educated- auuT weli dren it then becomes the common duty educated they can not gain literary of the deceased husbands relatives to honors like men Their culture is what support both her and her offspring is required by nd for the family In j until the son s able to care forliiniself cooKingnnarKeting meaicjne music and his mother Tailing to do this the art decorat ons and belles letters they relatives arc branded by the community are universallv well informed In in whirli- rhfi widow livps- ns linincrinsfi- litcs and stafe tute ofi gratitude to their ancestors science business craft they are ignorant to the last de- Â¬ vyfiich js a crave accusation iriH gree - China Such individuals invariably Thetr education is practical as well lose their social standing A asheoreTaeaL The educated jirl widow who successfully raise- - her pa ntsrembroidcrs raise slk worms i children under such circumstanco- is makesfepins and weaves silk earves given a higher social standing than if enamels grows fine vegetables ororeeds otherwise When a widow or widower animals pr the market aud thus fre- - indulges in a second marriage law quetmy makes ajjood 1 vng forboth j and custom step in in quite a comical herself anI her parents Many of the manner The joyous sign- and sym- handsomest robes and most beautiful bnls of the wedding are reduced to a v r B tissues in tn JNew xorK market are minimum wnere at tneurst cere fromthe hands of young girlsof good riiony the bridal sedan chair was ver families in China Wfeeij ia America in llfoh gold and green tlw attendants a hbusandiwomen have mastered tOe carried nags banners and dragoned Jaeqnardlooni a million havein Ghma iautcrns of joy and the process on Themost important part of hereduca- - j marched to the clash of cymbals gongs ton is that whoh eoncern personal- j anil toia toms at the secoud only a conduct STcatne courtesy and clean- i sedan chair in unrelieved black is al In Central lHiks the arts of hold n th tongue lowed to ihe celebrants GtVL nu unknown art it would seem n China it is almost sacrilege touse music o prcparng nn en- - at a second marr age as tue souuu is lii w lovable meai and or managing a home i unvers il3 believed to bring back the - ownTheproposal otanaspirant for-her-- j Â¬ -- - Â¬ - I Â¬ l- Â¬ place of antiquity It was Ara Ma hommed Khan the founder of the pres ent dynasty who first adopted it about acentury ago A mud walLsurrounds the city but it would be a mstake to say fha the place- - is fortified in the modern sense of that word Ihe wall distinctly pre Vauban in its tracing is As a police boundary or something ol that sort it may serve some purpose but as a defense to the city if it were attacked by a modern army it would be useless The supply of water is brought into the town by what the Persians call kanauts This is the same as the kareez of Afghanistan These are tunnels simply cut through the soil in parti at some depth and by this means water is found where all is dry above anl Drought for large d tances to irrigate fields Holes have to be made at regular d stances to bring up the earth in excavating these kanauts and ther direction can be traced across country from the the mound round hole the This mode of irrigation exists all the way from this place to the Khyber Ihe making of these tunnels is a regu- Â¬ lar trade and there are wise men who have a reputation for beng able to find underground source from which the supply of water is obtained Some large extents of ground in Persia would be a desert were it not for these kah auts The supply of water brought into Teheran by them islhrseanU the quality is sa d tobc irood The bazaars are arched over with sun dried bricks which is the usual building material hereabouts The object of this is to keep out the sun This makes them dark but it is highly pictures jiie In some places they are painted with fig ures and ornaments and at one place where two lines of bazaars cross tho seat of the Kadi was pointed out with a cell below for prisoners Here cases are tried before the public and punishment is very inflicted a Eastern and prim tive mode of administering justice At one part of the bazaar we noticed nottrng but shoe makers Passing them we found noth- Â¬ ing but hats being made a lttle dis- Â¬ tance further it was tailors then brass workers This grouping of each trade has many advantages and it is not so many ears since it was common in some towns at home Kabob shops or eattng liousep and tea houses are to be found scattered about the bazaar In some of the ilien were itting smoking kalians while story tellers were amusing them The Constantinople bazaar ha long ceased to be Oriental Any one wishing to see a place of this k nd in a still purely east Â¬ ern eondit on might come to Teheran We visited the old residency in the cen Â¬ ter of the town where Sir Henry Haw linson and other early British repre Â¬ sentatives lived It is at present un Â¬ dergoing a complete repair The new location is on the outskirts near tho gate of the road leading to Gulahek It is perhaps the best building in Te Â¬ heran Icheran Lor Xondon JXcws Â¬ Â¬ All kinds of grain may be fed to fowls with benefit Variety seems to be an advantage and probably from habit It is true a single grain with the necessary animal and vegetable accompaniments will secure proGr par t cularly if that grain be wheat least so probably if corn but the almost universal testimony is in favor of a variety of feed It is in the nature of the hen as oi the milch cow to bo best when its treatment and surroundings contribute most to its contentment making the proverbial snging hen that wll lay To afford t comfortable quarters and a sufficient range with a varcty of food and pure water satsfy it aud dispose it to propagation which under such circumstances meais the greatest amount of eggs The hen is a domestic fowl and has domestic attachments and unless made to feel at home and unmolested it wll be loth to respond to the demands ot maternity A hen that is dsturbed or frightended will not lay any more than if al- Â¬ lowed to suffer from neglect or a sufficiency of food even among the Treatment is of best laying breeds such importance that the old num proved fowl a poor layer can wth proper care be made to realize profit on the cost and in such case surpass the most noted cgg producng breeds when neglected Among farmers it isdotibtfti wheth Â¬ er much if any profit on the whole 1s obtained from eggs rather t is alosS from tho damage done by the fowls where a free run s allowed as u mere All kinds of breed or less the case have been tr ed hero with pretty much the same rc ult They are a daurige to the grain to the garden and are not a benefit to the grass to say nothTngof their foul ng the walks their uncertain hatchng and bringing out broods in the fall when not wanted In the exceptional cases where farm- Â¬ ers keep up their fowls and v e them properly attended to it is quite differ Â¬ ent and it is on the farm whele they can be better taken care of usually than elsewhere on account of their food which in its variety is raiod on the farm and the abundance of space for a range which the farm afford be- Â¬ sides there are usually members enough of the famly to see to the fowls which lessens the cost of attendance JJot a few farmers take advantage of this whch more ought to do since they are 3 bound to have the convenience of fowls for the fresh eggs at that and table and with their better means for keeping hens sometimes secure a large income and larger profit than is realized by the professional poultty-keepe- rIt is their superior advantages that enable them to do this and if the keep hens at all let them keep them well in undisturbed po of clean comfortable quarters with a variety of food which the farm affords and sufficient ground and grass in summer for green feed and exercse and it is a plan that has proved to bo excellent as well as more easy to allow the hens access to their gram feed at all times so as to nvoid over fee4ing keeping it where they can not wasite or foul it aud let wheat or wheat screen Â¬ ings be not the least port on of the grain The exchange of grass and in- Â¬ sects which form part of the food of fowls during the summer is more conveniently made on the farm to vegeta-Â¬ ble aud animal food for winter In this way poultry can be made a profita-Â¬ Cor Loimtry ble annex to the farm Â¬ -- Â¬ tea-hous- e- -- Â¬ - A -- r - - VWW - t j I - -- a 1 - rtci i WOMENS HEALTH OuUDoor l ife ami Activitip Important Factor In Its Couservut on The redempton of womens health I am more and more convinced depends on their taking to outdoor life and ac- tivities Reading high class memoirs which arc n every ones Hands nowa Â¬ days of the Carl vies the Sterl ngs and F D Maurice one is disgusted to hear the cont nual story of weak health and women who brought face to face w th the realities of life inuned ately droop langush and are a long time dying If they have a house to keep and a share of the actual work like Mr-Carlyle at Craigenputtock and Chel- Â¬ sea the sicken mysterouslv and ther life is a time of wrestl ng with house hold afiasrs alternating with refuge on the ofa or months in the doctors hands in that w etched5 unmprovable state vlreh just fied the sigh or a much tired husband who wished h s wife would get better orsomefh ng Have I not through the ignorande of our day and generation wasted lite enougn m attacks of the famlar household demon nervous prostration which only vanishes on turn ng the patent out of doors Twice and again Jriends have looked pityingly on me as good as gone but taken out of doors ten hours a day as good for nothing else sun and wind wrought the r spell of healing and health came again Henceforth no more indoor life- than must be for me and 1 would urge other women to fash on their Itveo sc as to spend tU in moie m the oivn air - I I tck Magaz ne other iaam Why dont ve ask Iss Xelhwia Look at the butterflies Purposeless things How idly thor float on their gossamer wings mend it Sure shes allers gpta needle Over the poppies aud over tho grass In her hand Light as tho down of a thistle they pass Eleanor Oh slie- wouldnt do upon the pocket that pays for it Fall Where aro they going and why are they here She never does anvthing for ax5bc3yr In the heat of the day aud the noou of the River Advance bufchersslf year If one have business across the They flutter awhile In the brictatre snd Xhe kitchen dsor opened and shuW water it is all right or if he goes for They thengono and Bob went wfifstling on to tiler are fsn ice sight au they come stable unconscioiis that his careless improvement to mind or body but this going abroad merely for the sake of words had been heard by any one saye And we we are wearied with fover and frost bragging about it is a broad farce the old servant Whatever we do it must be at a cost Boston Post How true it is that Wo hear as we journey the dropping of tears wt Full many a shaft at rand om sent Feather bds having gone out of We bear on our foreheads the stamp of the Finds mark the archer little meanr fashion the econonrcal fair ones utilize years The truth brought home to Fleanor the contents of their old mattresses by thus roughly from her lutle brother But look at the butterflies beautiful things piling them upon their head gear The Before us and over us ilashinsr their wings lips did more towards opening her eyes plumage of two well filled ticks is quite It may be the Maker who fashioned them to her own past conduct than any ad s thus sufficient for the average bonnet1 N Has sent vice or counsel however kindly meant the gay creatures on errands to us Y Mail could have done Over and over again A well dressed and pretty young Perhaps we go slowly when we should bo she repeated the words Bob had saidt swift woman who went about in New York To follow the scent of the roses that drift She never does anything for anybody saying that she wanted to get married Thoir pink snow about us more oft we might but herself and her cheeks flamed as was promptly clapped into an insane And play flulsh our tasks by tho end of the she confessed to her own heart that it yet asylum When a woman wants- a husday was true She could not recollect haw band and does not continually declare Oh blest are ing offered once in the two years she the eyes that she would not touch a horrid man Avith The wonderful glow of thearc clear to behold had been home to relieve her mother butterflies gold a ten foot polo it is a sure sign of in- Â¬ With le sure to follow their flight as they pass of any of the household cares bo graeeiuuv silently over the gnissi sanity Philadelphia Call She lay curled up on the lounge for Ellen AT If Giiicx in St Xicholaa Woman is herself a creature of in an hour longer thinking over the pastel and making good resolutions for the tuiton as everybody will admit1 but THE TURNING POINT thats no reason why she should sally How Eleanors Eyes Were Opened to Her future Then she sprang up andwUh out on the street with a thick drab veil the determination to begin her new lie Aimless Selfish Life drawn over her face awav down to at once went up stairs to find the Corn It does seem as if some people have jacket She had just finished mending her chin and then expect every male being of her acquantance she meets to more than theirshare of trouble said i it and had taken the bigstockingrr recognize her half a block away Mrs Hilton in a despondent tone as basket into her lap when Bob came inj Somrrrillc Journal she held out a thin toil worn hand to closely followed by Harry and Arthur- Hello hp said Whats come over How a physician lost a patent Mrs Bowen a neighbor who had you ISelly I neversaw you mShUfngi said an pld granger to a Doctor smart young physician what would stopped on her way doWn town to stockings before But Ym glad 3youfrej on 1 haven tr a pair-- thatjsn doin g you dp for a third day chills when inquire after her health It docs seem hard that you should in holes numinc has ho more etteclt tlian so v4f y And thf ere is your every day jacket much clear water In tbejfirsL be laid up in this way thats a fact place answered the doctor with a said Mrs J3owen svmnatheticallv as said Eleanor iR is mended aha you iT ii rtiiBif dry smile The can put It on again t Iwould eall jn a good rslie drew a chair to the bedside Did you mend it TherovajUDjf 4fhank joii physjclan aULtho mother of a large family cant very granger rising to go I wil duaf weli affojd to treat hersQlfto the luxu- Â¬ mitigntqd surprise in Bobs tbne Eleanor nodded you say reckon FU find Div Smith ry of a broken limbn -- You Tn his office did Well wotft mother be Good day an Fran 1 dont know how they are all going surprised when sheknowsJ oratUS txmx ciaco Chronicle to get along without me said Mr Eleanor winced The carelfjssprdjj My hands hae always been I know sad the agent that Hilton cut her likcaJcmie MhM the house isnt in very good conditio i full to overflowing and now of course Supper had been standstill aud that the location isnt the best but every thing will beTat it affair since Mrs- - rather a cheerless Hiltons acehienk makes me sick at heart to think of it joulihave splendid neigh borsIiere You mustnt think of it said Mrs Bridget had had all the wori qf t9e Indeed Yesni Best neighbpr3 Yoii must keep quiet and house on her hands and had1givenvlit in the world kind and generous For Boweh 11 tranquil if you want to get well fast tie thought to the preparation ortheo the first six months you be able to meals Doctor Hilton driving homeacr borrow anything from- them from a Fretting is sure to give you a fever oclock ami feeling It is vory weli to tell me to keep sixsorts expected to wearv and out- fiat iron to tei and sugar Why the of tiridthe dihnfp last tenant here borrowed the cooKing tranquil said Mrs Hilton the tears room cheerless and cold stove of the people next door and used rising to her eyes but how caul help it so long that the folks went and fretting when I know that I shall prob Â¬ prepared repast He was thereforei bought another for their own use Oh ably have to lie here six or eight weeks pleasantly surprised to find a hrighfj its the best neighborhood you could utterly unable to do anything The fire in the open grate ami FJeanor lur doctor tells me that the house will get ting about a well spread table get into Boston Courier You are late father she saMafS1 llnnff Mistress to applicant for service fortQ YmiPhaW- hllf thiit ii nlfl fnm- - fcctionately at4 If I only had a sister who would How nianv night out a week he an- 4acs and verv hnmrrv come here now how thankful I would Oi niver Applicant V None mum swered That toast looks nnusualiyr sth r out Mistress Will you have De good Nelly with a glance at the taf But there is Eleanor said Mrs many friends to see ou Appl cant Boweii She is nineteen I believe ble O have no friends Not wan mum Perhaps that is because X madeSita certainly oil enough to take charge of M stress What wages will father jh Qill lave that toi the house for a fewweeks Yon must Applicant Fbic He looked at her keenly - nil her or have forgotten ve mum Unstress Wnat Yes I must be housekeeper utfyf Indeed 1 often do forget her Ap- Â¬ housework are von wlllng- - for I see so little of mother Ts laid up she returnwifJas she plicant Om wllial to wash an airun sighed Mrs Hilton children the bell an cook an scrub an clauetyndysan her She stays in her own room day in rang doctor for the was- - sifent for a moment The and day out Eleanor I I might as well wa t on table an taikecare then approaching his daught r henut have no one in charge as Eleandr She an carry in ccal an buld faires his arm about her slender wai5tanu is of no use Here a loud ringing was heard at the oJaS9 drew her gently to his side The door opening into the adjoining door and the keeper ot an asylum I always felt sure that yduronlysr room was ajar and the mothers words rushed in and secured the lunatic needed an opportunity to showw ynuxJ were heard distinctly by a young girl noble qualities daughter Loiion Punch he saicf wffiTJ who was standing listlessly at a win- Â¬ a tender kiss dow looking out on the4 garden beldw The tears rushed to EleanorVeye5f IN A SLEEPING CAR She started and her face flushed pain Â¬ but she had no time to reply foe the J fully How the pwu jy Conduct Himself in Ono Of no nsc1 she repeated to herself boys came trooping mand3behaditq of Thefcb Ailjunris of Civlizatiotr1 I How unkind of moth- - take her place at the tea tray in a low voice he inquired er to say such a thing And how1 un Hilton wa forced fefconfess to herselfr Where do I camp at the end of a week that she hacrmisX and was shown the lower berth next to just wheels 3dged her - me Gentleman he angry tears Unable to repie Thats my pigeon hol is it e nousenom uuwiuuwjr and fearing dis- - ol ARMED FORCES All right old son just watch my mo- Â¬ which rose to her ENGLANDS ci iff ni ruunng easily and smoothly as when her own J 0 AV j hwlvPnnrthA hplm and Krdcrpt tion while I tile myself away down to the library threw herselt on declared that her young mistress w a Some Figaros Likely to Frove Interesting At tins juncture he was desired to the well worn lounge burying her face At the Present Juncture i1 born cook Fortresses are of little use indeed turn over his reyolvei to the porter in the patchwork cushion You see I right in thinkingyoua Â¬ I wonder if my own mother would could depend wasEleanor in thsemerpr of no use unless there are troops oi whch he declined to do in a very spiron ever have said such a cruel thing she gency said Mrs Bowen oneday as sufficient numerical strength to hold ited manner 01d Dad his revolver and me al thought as her tears flowed freely she sat by Mrs Hiltons bedside Unfortunately them the British She would have found me of some Yes and I was very wr6ng in say- Army although much improved of late ways sleep together and we dont want use I know she was of no use said the invalids She could not remember ner own ing has surprised and delighted me years and although it now possesses a no divorce he explained She The conductor remonstrated but was mother who had died many years be reserve which formerly was advised not to try to bra d this mules fore out neretoiore sue nau naa no nar-- t And Eleanor happier than she bad is not numerically strong enough tail discovered that tieular fault to find w th the stranger been since childhood pleasurem- - the for the duties required of it especially there might be real - nUnn Thn This heres a sleepiu car aint it il ii wno nauTil uiKen mat nioiner LAW a lay when as at the present lime over 20 he at length inquired second Mrs Hilton had beeu warned 000 men are locked up in the Vallev of Yesp both by reaves and fnends that the the Nile and 24000 in Ireland The Well why dont you let people army in England and Scotland at the loop then when theyve paid and gono 1oSIonolastcpnotUcrYa8aomoMtfounl e heI mt v Vw w r cautious in her lLtiiii present time consists of about oiUOC into your game If youre aiming to onr mini- 3uftiii ti in jt zinii kiiiiiiu treat t and the approbation of her parents was been very regular troops not under orders for for keeppeople awake and want company the first Eleanor telling herself that the all the praise she cared ion of Between herself and her step mother eign servCe of 24000 regular troops just dance into the next car theres ment should never be able to say that who can hardl be removed lots of folks there dont want to sleep child in Ireland sprang up a love both deep and trug from that island of 24000 in foreign nohow and theyll be gad to see she had ill treated or made a servant of lnt Mrs Hilton never t Tor that Eleanor her This feeling had become almost exclusive of Egypt stations the you conversation witfij morbid and when Eleanor returned had overheard that and India Soudan of 22000 The conductor w thdrew and my treated Mrs Bowen and that in had been the Egypt and in the Soudan friend pulled off his boots and stretched from boarding school she wasshown a turning point of her life- - Florence B or under order of these loOOO arc al- Â¬ hmelf w th- - many comments in an with the consideration usually MauowcUy m uncago sutnaara ready there and 7000 on the way liOV undertone on the poverty of the sur- Â¬ guest She had one of the best rooms in the house and was never called upon 000 in India and two West Indan roundings A Funny Incident to assist in any of its duties She sp mt of negroes numb ring about regiments In about ten minutes this erratc per-Â¬ her time as she liked read embroid- Â¬ 1100 of all ranks There are also son had his head out in the aisle Judge Pettis ex Minister to Bolivia ered crocheted made calls and went about 34500 in the first class reserve to the porter- Say ou bo to entertainments without suggestion related to a correspondent an anecdpJ 7000 in other reserves and a tnlil a Wellsah nr Wndmnpp from her steD mother oi uojiuin jriuuxua iuu xjcxi ihuuuma reserve of 20000 In case of a compli -- Come arunnn no especial duties to per- - when those giants were at the bark i catiou no troops could bo called out and was And having The porter drew--nea- r he said a funny incident PYnent thosf in Rncrlnnrl nrn Sent handed a pllow- aboutas big as a piix fomi she found hie very dull and wean-- remember j which occjrrejJL some slander case In land and thn rpjprvn n tnfnl ot Wft cushion If I only had some particular talent j which Uiddin and W de were op 500 From this total however must Take that goosehar thing away that I could turn to account she often p0sed to each other Mr GlddingS was be deducted all sick men and recruits commanded the cowboy Then I would have some-- makings strong speech in behalf of this thought about 25000 leaving only 101500 Donit you want a pillow sah thing to which I could look forward plamtiflL and was eyiuemuy having greact available for the greatest emergencv asked the porter would not seem so long the the jury when he beganto With regard to the miiitia its estab- That aiutno pllowund I dont andfortv days TinilT flld shn snPml 5n I effect upon dinK urranra cotrinfr FTxo lr an 5rlo AfnVnm lishmeot is 142000 but the actual want it nohow Im afraid itll get m foolish dreaming of the future- and steals mv nure steals tra3nbut strength isabout 1070u0 Of these my ear my fair BameBercf would bnng her and the sight i 26000 belong to the m litia reserve al After this silence and for a short what it perpetually over flowing stock- - filches from me of the he forgot the remainder and weat baeki ready counted in the regular army abl time I slept I roused up however Gentlemen Vio nnoi- VlM senlees and deserters number 11000 at an exclamatioa on the part of my ing basketouthe window seat by her and repeated mothers chair did not suggest to her has well said He who steals my purse recruits 18000 so rhit only 200fl neighbor of work close at steal that but is the total force of m LtJa that can be Hold on there my son jist drap handthere was plenty to take it up steals tra3h when he who steals had been Wade who if she only chose steals depended upon in fcase of war Thus them boots that she was leading with his only 15o50o men can be brought to- I was only jest gwine to black em She did not knowlife wasting time that sittingwatching head down uponhis Giddings- - from underg a selfish aimless chest gether Of these garnsons abroad boss God had Intended her to nsc for the his bushy eyebrows roared out SteaS will require 40000 to till f hem i the Drap era good of those about her j arsenals thae which you never had The court and military port- - votUt They drapped Shc felt very unhappy as she lay on jury andlawyers burst infolaiighter regulars even supposng that vqlun Jest gwine to pull them spurs I the old lounge and told herself that Giddings grew red hx the face tried tor teers form the chief part of de reckon Now dont monkey around she was unappreciated and had been recover himself but could not do so feuse in add tion to 28000 pen loners my camp taking things no more If and 30000 miiitia the commercial you want anything speak foi it Tf very much maligned She thought she well enough to regafh nis former footÂ¬ ports would require in addit on to the you cant speak nnike signs and if you coud never forgive her step mother or ing The lurv turned from hmi and Witgto Wade got the verdict volunteers 4000 regulars and b0J0 cant make signs shake a bush Yoa feel kindly toward her again I wish I could go away some- Â¬ PosL mvLtja These taken together num Â¬ harme J K Of where she sobbed hysterically ber US 000 Taking that number fiom Yes sah The ueoDle oT Xlbulsville Kyrare i 153500 there remains only 255oo for The wheels and course she would be glad to get rid of After this silence am of no use divided over the qiieaflou bf the proper cae movable army a force totaly in- Â¬ rails again sang together and the car mer since I then she heard Bridgets voice pronunciation ofttheeirysmanwe fThejl Just adequate to take the field w th any again kept approving time and pres- Â¬ in the next room can not decide whether tfoyJivani prospect of success against an invading ently I slept without interruption What have ye got on yer bet Lewisville or LeweviHe It might be ycws force which woidd not certainly Rocky Mountain jacket for Bob This aint no time suggested that asthe latter parrojTthj be less thau 120000 menor with to be weann out ye best eloes wid ye- nanie is French consistency wouhiir which to conduct any oflensive expedi Â¬ Three physicians of Jiwliaven nf tHtTtaTno Vr fnwRalr v u fi inr Uc Av3 tion into an enemy s country Forb Conn utilize the b escle as a uwd ot ma lying in bed wid a broken leg unxcago wae i I tore my every day jacket an ejgn or toui luahtbj Review conveyance In mak wvl their tin y calls - They encourage too many men to he false to the Union A fifty dollar ring may not typify the depth of the love that presents it but it may tell a tal j of terrible strain abolished Bob and RE ADETG FOE THE Y0TJ1SG swered this one of course Ill hayeito right aiong uiow wear The divorce courts ought to ba mothers sick and canrt mend fcrtfV - PITH AND POINT it 1 - Â¬ m -- m i itf i 1- - rT -- - and-a-hastiiy- 2 i ci -- - - -- v yoq-expec- t session L- -- ft 1 av-cb-ld- er -- Â¬ -- 1 step-daughterr-- Tbe -- rtAm luiu non-existe- nt a 1 r- Llr -- -- m gSSS3ffi j j 1 m j I i - i ina -- - I i I -- 1 I i I tir s-v - ma y a - 2 Judge Jackson who was appointed special judge for Fdtleys circuit al Â¬ though troops were offered him to pre-Â¬ 1 Ynf Hrnp h Atone ftfet Tty to transmit money by serve the peace has respectfully declined iiahrTMMtcre letter post oiice idoh- - the proffered assistance of soldiers and er4err it b CiacttaatL Money seat gone to Whitesburg alone He says the v SB wis TFy ai i iic power of the civil authorities is sufficient Eatorei at fee Hasel Green Postoffice as to maintain the dignity and safety of the wmfud chaa mail matter court and he will rely upon that Judge we COOPER Editok Jacksok has no fear of trouble and Â¬ hope to hear that his opinion in the mat ter is verified by the facta One thing is CREEN KY TOE HAZEi WEDNESDAY 3le crwuUig A TITl TTPP rt l ill a thwawaHd IspK M TJ lV every weefc JULY 22 1885 certain if there Is a man in the State who can hold court in the lawless district y OTcr without troops he is the man T Tk Is m4 1h- witk euk iscae It is tkerefere A Sierra Nevada Observatory THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM Demorests Monthly for July sad tke rates are ia Kutora KeBtHckr charged by ethers On the summit of Mount Hamilton in ml- - altest kali tfeoe local family Bewpacsg ila sot California will be found a splendid obÂ¬ wMctt ia aay WTKH mTTT T ITT A TH servatory which is only awaiting a great ifree t II Ii JUULUXt UX telescope to be ready for use This obÂ¬ servatory was brought into existence by the will of an eccentric Calafornia mil- Â¬ ms it clrcaltloH Democratic Ticket DRURY S For JJepresertative from Montgomery Powell and Wolfe counties Menifee CODSEY The Hsllldts scheme to pass a bill at the next legkltare making the counties seppoci from the officers in maintaining them Let men of property good citi- Â¬ zens anderstand that their property will be heavily taxed to pay for the presence of troops and we venture that not one in a hundred will fail to perform his duty as good citizen Bit their pocket books and you hurt their feelings to that ex 9 tent that no common appeal would reach Tax the property in the county wherein depredations are committed for the sup presskw of them and you will solve the problem How shall we put an end to lawlessness Such a bill will be the sal vatic of our State and when peace shall nee aiore reign over our broad and beautiful land capital will seek invest sset among us not until then Think eTthSa ye old and ye new legislator A Tragedy In Proctor Beatty ville Enterprise sad whes the General Assembly meets A terrible and fatal affray transpired next winter let it be the first bill offered in tne neignoonng town or Iroctor on aadywec d yesterday morning July 14 Of the causes which produced it we know nothPeofie of the cities who wish to get ing positive but as usual Madam Rumor away froca the dust and dirt and heat of tells many different stories It was be- Â¬ crowed thoroughfares and cramped trade tween Yandorn William and Dock Bai- Â¬ centers should come to Hazel Green ley three sons of the widow Jane BaileyÂ¬ and young man named John L How It is one of the most quiet and most ard a Clay county Both knives and of healthful places in the United States firearms were used It resulted in the Never during the cholera epidemics of death of Howardj he having received a 1838 asd 1849 was there a case of chol- Â¬ gun shot wound in the side just under the arm of six or seven buck shot fired era reported in this section Besides no from a shot gun and seven or eight stabs place can boast of the great variety of from knives Yandorn Bailey was bad Â¬ chalybeate and mineral waters that here ly wounded in the neck from a pistol abound 3fany persons have been cured snot and badly cut on one of his arms suffered a great loss of blood and is of scrofula general debility rheumatism He in a feeble condition So far as is now neuralgia c by a free use of the water learned the other two Baileys escaped of Swango spring while others who have unhurt A coroners inquest was prompt- Â¬ issed the water of Godsey spring as a ly held by Squire E T Howell in which re-Â¬ drink have never inown a days sickness the jury after hearing the evidence the turned the following verdict We of Hazel Green boasts of two good hotels jury find that the deceased John L where board can be had at extremely Howard came to his death from wounds reasonable figures prices far below the inflicted with a gun in the liands of Wm average summer resorts yet their bill of Bailej and from stabs from knives in the hands of Yandorn and Dock Bailey fare is not excelled by hotels of greater The deceased and Yandorn Bailey were pretentions and outrageous rates If engaged in an affray the other two Wm you would have a few weeks of quiet and Dock vol untarily participated This Lee countyEy all transpired in peaceful heathful life come to Hazel July 14th 1885 Proctor S Powell W John J Green The fare by rail and stage from Powell Thos Fraley and A B Estcs Mt Sterling is only 260 and board can jury We forbear further comments until all be had here at 350 to 400 per week the parties undergo judicial investigation A fortnights visit tothisplaae will make Wm Bailey Escaped All these parties s new man of you make you forget recently moved into this county from your sorrows and your business troubles Clay and Owsley counties Â¬ Trbere lawlessness prevails and where the aid of troops is required to uphold the civil authorities responsible for the debt aaeets with favor and we believe soaie representative will have the temeri- Â¬ ty to ofier the bill We should like for the ingoing legislature to weigh the mat Â¬ ter thoroughly believing that if they do the bill k certain to pass There is noth isg wrong with the laws it is the disposi Â¬ tion of good citizens to withhold their lionaire named Lick This institution would now be in prac-Â¬ tical operation were it not for the unfor Â¬ tunate failure of the glass makers to pro- Â¬ duce a piece of crown glass of the size and perfection required for the objective of the te escope It is now reported that the new management of the firm of Feil of Paris has already overcome the diff- Â¬ iculties incident to the making of the great disc and if no accident shall hap Â¬ pen it is to be expected that the Clarks of Cainbridgeport will have begun their work of figuring it before the end of the coming summer The length of time which this operation will consume is un- Â¬ certain but two years is a reasonable al- Â¬ lowance The dome meantime will be built seventy six feet in exterior diame- Â¬ ter a size certainly large enough to cover h telescope The exca- Â¬ the vations for this structure in the solid rock of the mountain are already under way and the director of the works ex- Â¬ pects to complete its main walls during the coming summer while the season of 18SG will suffice for the addition of the superstructure or dome proper Simul- Â¬ taneously with the optician s work upon the glass discs the equally important problem of the most suitable mounting for the telescope will be attacked and all the intricate mechanism required for its convenient use will be constructed and put in place underneath the dome so as to receive the great glass and make its use possible as soon as the opticians work is complete It may confidently be expected that this important event in the history of astronomy marking the completion of the first mountain observ Â¬ atory will not be delayed beyond the autumn of 1S87 heaven-observin- g thirty-six-inc- Editor Hazel Geeek Herald Callaboose Ky July 13 The Cai Â¬ laboose lies near the center of Wolfe county north of Campton and is bound- Â¬ ed as follows on the east by Stillwater on the west by Swifts Creek on the north by Bed River and on the south by Bocky and Bear branches On the south Â¬ ern boundary lies a vast amount of the finest poplar timber in Eastern Kentucky On the east north and west lies the faÂ¬ mous belt of the finest pine timber in the world On Sniffs Camp creek about 2 miles below Campton lie3 the great and notable rock bridge The Caila-Â¬ boose has three licensed preachers two Methodist and one Baptist No church house but a log school house where all denominations worship and near this house lies theTimmins silver mine which Two is pronounced of fine prospect miles west of here lies the famous Swifts or Timmins silver mine on Swifts Creek which is pronounced by Prof Corder to be genuine The Cailaboose has three school teachers Avho teach when they can get a school Prof J W Halsey has been employed to teach the school in district number 13 I can say for the Cailaboose that there reigns peace and Tne Cailaboose Country harmony throughout its limits and there never was a man killed in the section for the citizens are hard working people and eat their bread by the sweat of their brow The quarterly meeting of the Methodist Protestant Church closed on Sunday the 5th lust It had a good at tendance and one addition to the church Bev Silvester Halsey presiding Corn looks well but wheat is a failure Wc have apples and peaches in abundance Prot A F Byrd is now teaching a ten days school at the Bethel school house for the benefit of the teachers Prof Byrd is a young man 21 years of age a distinguished scholar and a teach- Â¬ er of great ability W C Congleton formerly of this vicinity and who nas re- Â¬ cently located in Oregon reports things lively in the West He says he can view the snow capped peak of Mount Hood The people of this vicinity were very much disappointed with the respite of Floyd Williams A great many went to see the execution but were disappointed If the old clodhopper had wanted to med- Â¬ dle or undo what twelve honest men had done he ought to have done so before the people prepared to attend But so long as an ola gourd headed governor will meddle in such cases we 11 have mur-Â¬ derers in abundance The people are in favor of the enforcement of the law in every jot and tittle Bdel Â¬ of this act every Sheriff or other return Â¬ ing officer shaHbe liable to a fine of six hundred dollars to be recovered by indict- Â¬ ment of the Grand Jury in any court hav Â¬ ing jurisdiction and shall also upon con- Â¬ viction be subject to removal from office 3 That it shall be the dnty of the Officers of said Election to propound to every voter the question Do you vote for calling a Convention or not And if such voter shall answer in the affirma- Â¬ tive his name shall be recorded as voting for said Convention 4 That all Assessors are hereby re- Â¬ quired to enroll in a column which each shall open in his Assessors book for that purpose the names of all citizens having me ngnt to vote tor representatives for the year 1885 But said Assessors shall not enioll in such column the name of any person unless they shall at the time know that he is entitled to vote for Representa Â¬ tive of said election and such knowledge shall be founded only upon 1 the per- Â¬ sonal acquaintance of the Assessor or2 sufficient information obtained by him di- Â¬ rectly from the person whose name is en- Â¬ rolled or 3 a satisfactorv statement un- Â¬ der oath from other credible persons who know the facts necessary to the qualifica- Â¬ tion pf such voter Any Assessor enroll- Â¬ ing in said column any name without such knowledge or information shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and find in a sum not less than twenty nor more than fifty dollars for each and every name thus improperly enrolled which fine may be recovered in any Court having jurisdiction and shall be for the benefit of the common schools Said Assessors shall be governed in all cases by the laws then in force to prevent illegal voting Said col- Â¬ umn written in a fair and legible manner shall be returned with said Assessors book to the Auditor who shall make out a copy of said columns and deposit the same in the office of the Secretary of State to be reported by him to the next General As- Â¬ sembly 5 It shall be the duty of each As- Â¬ sessor in office for the year 1885 before he shall have entered upon the duties of his office to go before the Judire of the Coun- Â¬ ty Court and make the foTlowing oath I do solemnly swear that I will faithfully ascertain the number of persons qualified to vote for Representative in the district for which I have been chosen Assessor for the year 1885 and will carefully report the same in the book returned by me as Asses- Â¬ sor of tax by the first day of May 1885 6 Said Assessors are hereby required to examine on uath as to his right to vote for Representative any person of whose right so to vote such Assessor has any doubt whatever and any one thus exam- Â¬ ined who shall knowingly swear falsely as to his said right shall be liable to all the pains and penalties of the crime of perju- Â¬ ry and every Assessor shall write oppo site to the name of each person thus sworn the word sworn 7 It shall be the duty of the Secre-Â¬ tary of State to have this act advertised in one weekly newspaper in each county of the Commonwealth for four weeks nearly or next preceding the election and in one of the daily papers of the City of Louisville for tliirty days immediately prior thereto and in every county said becretary shall cause to be posted at the Court house door a copy of said Bill print- Â¬ ed in hand bill form for at least four con- Â¬ secutive weeks before such election j 8 The Public Printer is hereby required to print five hundred copies of the Fourth Fifth and Sixth Sections of this act and deliver them to the Secretary of State whose duty it shall be to transmit them to the various County Clerks and it shall be the duty of such Clerks to place them promptly in the hands of each Asses- Â¬ sor of tax for the year 1S85 in their re- Â¬ spective counties It shall also be the duty of the Public Printer to print five thousand copies of this act upon a sepa- Â¬ rate sheetand deliver them to the Secre-Â¬ tary of State who shall forward the same to the County Clerks of the various coun- Â¬ ties in such numbers as to provide at least two copies of said act for each voting pre- Â¬ cinct and said clerks shall deliver the same to the Sheriffs or other officers act ing in place thereof aid it shall be the duty of such Sheriff or other Officer to post one copy of said act at each voting place for four weeks prior to said election and anothrr copy at some other suitable public place in said precinct and any Of-Â¬ ficer falling to discharge the duties pre- Â¬ scribed in this act shall be fined for each failure twenty dollars to be recovered in J T HAZEL F DAY DEALERS IN-- THE JOHN SHILLITO GMIY li 1 J Wholesale axtl Retail Dealers ia DRY GOODS CARPETING Race Seventh George Streets -- General jVlerchniidise i G REEN KY 4 Carry in stock the LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED ASSORTMENT OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE IN EASTERN KENTUCKY Having the expe- Â¬ rience of manv vears in our line of business we feel iustified in asserting to the trade both Wholesale and Retail that we do cax and will meel the wants of our patrons and make it to your interest to patronize us Besides an immense stock of CincinnatvO LYTLE DEALERS CO IR Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Hats Caps Drugs Qiieensware Hardware Saddlery Groceries Cutlery c c and hand for the spring we have now on Boo 96 0 H W m ml Pearl St KITE POLLARD IN trade a full line of PLOWS GRASS SEEDS CINCINNATI O DEAN Leaf Tobacco Live Stock and all kinds of Country Produce taken in Exchange for Goods or in settlement of Notes and Ac- Â¬ counts Your trade respectfully so- Â¬ licited J T F DAY March 4th 1S85 G B SWANGO Importers and Jobbers W T SWANGO Ctueensware Glassware N c O SWANGO DEALEES BRO IK W cor Peari and Walii CO Cincinnati LEON MARKS GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY KEErS CONSTANTLY ON IIAND A FULL ASSORTEEXT OF Clothing AND Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ ies Stoves and Farming Implements In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOIT PRICE3 Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due us all kinds of S Country Produce and Live Stock of every description TV COK CLOTH HOUSE PEARL AND YLNE STREETS You can buy more paper and envelopes for 25 cents at this office than you can anywhere in the mountains 5 Orval Brown has moved his family to Indian to attend the Sulphur and Alum springs R F Cecil s family have moved to their country home but will return to Mrs town about the first of September T M Scott who has been confined to her room for near two years was visiting Old her mother not many days ago mother gossip is still with us weddings every few days but nobody married yet Mrs B F Cecil has a quilt with 3344 pieces in it which she put together Hurrah for the West at leisure times Liberty Mutual Aid Society tbe May town Matrimonial Association and the Hazel Green Bachelors Belief Associa- Â¬ Three cheers for each and tion abundant success to all Wanted to know What On The Wing and On The Road will take to quit quarreling They are getting up in the papers and if not careful the feathers of the Wing will trail iu the dust of the Road dNCLNNATI O Virginia Verities Cedar Bluff Va July THE MT STERLING J P ROGERS WITH ton Pence Foiir k MM Co Louis Stix 0 Co Is now manufacturing Ten different styles of Plain and Fancy Wrought Iron Fencing and are ready to take contracts for putting up same Persons wanting a strictly Wrought Iron Fence and that the best in the world can buy no other We also make a style adapted to enclosing country burying grounds Our Fences are not only the most sub Â¬ stantial but the handsomest ever made and a yard enclosed by one of them is greatly enhanced in beauty and value Our Machine Department is supplied with tho most mod- Â¬ ern niachinerv and our workmen cannot be excelled in skill experience or honest per Â¬ formance of their duties We REPAIR ALL KINDS OF if ACHINERY and make a specialy of nrPOKTEES AND JOBBERS OT Dry Goods and Notions Union Stkxets O Third Kace and CINCINNATI Gumming and Hammering Saws No other shop outside of Louisville can say the same SSaw mill men will do well to call on us or write for information Catalogues furnished on application to R T BEAN Supt Mt Sterling Ky GLOVES W S Dickinson Co The Old Reliable HATS CAPS Garkey will sell you legal cap foolscap or letter paper for 15 cents a The Herald JOHN W JONES DEALER LN HAT HOUSE Corner Pearl and Vine CincinHati woald here express their thanks for past favors to all their old customers and still ask a coa tinuance of their trade We always keep a good stock and Uncle Jim Fant with his good looks will at all times be ready to wait upon you i quire The sales here on last Wednesday amounted in the aggregate to 123305 not as much as on the two former days but considering the great depression in money matters and the inactivity and lukewarmness of cattle buyers below ful Â¬ ly as good as the most sanguine expect- Â¬ ed Very few persons believed that the sales on Wednesday would reach as much as 500 yet nearly 1300 was the sum This monthly sale is destined to be the best thing ever inaugurated for our farm- Â¬ ers They are able by actual observa Â¬ tion and experience to know the price of stock at all times and the attendance of these sales Las the tendency of inspir Â¬ ing them to put their stock in better con- Â¬ dition than they were wont to do before The Herald was established They beÂ¬ gin to realize that good stock will bring good prices and hence are looking to its improved condition always before offer-Â¬ ing it for sale Let the good work pro Â¬ ceed until such a thing as an inferior ani Â¬ mal will be unkown in this section until we shall have Hazel Green pointed to as the acme of cattle marts not only for its saperior condition of stock but for the A vast quantity and variety to be found here Owing to the extreme illness of his aged mother and consequent close atten Â¬ tion to her bedside Dr Felix M Thom- jls will aot make the race for representa- Â¬ this communication what a wonderful discovery has been made near this place A gentleman who lives three miles west of here while dig Â¬ ging for water struck a liquid which looks like plain corn whisky tastes like whisky and has the effect of whisky ex- Â¬ cept that every one who drinks of it sings laughs and keeps in the best of humor It is wonderful to see them per- Â¬ form Old and young big and little all act in the same way There are crowds there every day to test this wonderful water The flow is about 20 barrels per day and has to be checked on account of the scarcity of barrels As soon as the machinery can be got together a barrel factory will be started The well is at the foot of a high hill and the theory is that an ancient distillery is buried here There is talk of excava- Â¬ ting to see what may be found The lit-Â¬ tle town of Greenville is nearly deserted all business is suspended and the excite- Â¬ ment is so great that although it is a lo- Â¬ cal option town people go and keep going to taste that water In fact every- Â¬ body that has heard of it has been there to get a taste and it has the same effect on all of them Mr Nosrekluf the gen- Â¬ tleman it belongs to will begin to ship the water as soon as he learns whether he has to pay revenue license Will wonders never cease Dick Â¬ Greenville July To the Editor of the Courier Journal 15 I send you Free Flow of Whisky Sterling Gazette Last week Collector James F Bobin son appointed Mr B F Wyatt to be deputj collector at this place to succeed Mr H C Rainey who has held the po-Â¬ sition for nearly twenty years and has made a faithful and competent officer While we do not wish to detract from the merits of the other applicants for the place we can truthfully say that Col- Â¬ lector Robinson made an excellent and any court having jurisdiction wise choice in selecting Mr Wyatt who 9 This act shall take effect from is in every way qualified for the place its passage is an excellent christian gentleman and Approved January 19 1884 will perform the duties of the office hon- Â¬ estly and fearlessly ilt Wyatt Wins Watts Jewelry aid SOverwar 3 NO 10 MAIN STREET - - - MT STERLING KY Largest Stock of Clocks in Eastern Kentucky CLOCKS FROM ONE One Day Clock strike Eight Day Clock and Album Eight Day Clock SOLID SILVER WATCHES Silver Plated Spoons 100 DOLLAR UP li 2 00 10 S Tin atrvrt Cincinnati 9KU 3 75 ALLISON SMITH Tbe type on whleh hi paper U aria ted la 3 75 the above foundry sn or Kkxald 9 00 1 00 TYPE JFJZJLTHrKIaTXf FoOTrxTt3r fna j3Particular attention paid to Repairing Call and sec my goods B B HOBEHTS WITH JOHN W JONES ESTABLISHED IN 1845 The Herald will sell you gilt edged note paper for 10 cents a quire to let you know Louisville Commercial There comes to us from Mt Sterling a fierjr letter in defence of Zachary Taylor Young the unscrupulous county attorney of Rowan in which it is sought to place all the blame for the troubles in that quarter upon the Martin party Our correspondent does not help his cause by charging that the hundred State troops at More head and the attoney general stand square upon the Martin side It seems to us that a hundred intelligent persons with no local prejudices on becoming acquainted with the facts in the Rowan case would most probably be found up-Â¬ on the deserving side It is not to Youngs credit then that so many people are convinced of his duplicity Â¬ PROFESSIONAL J M KASH ATTORNEY AT LAW Hazel Green Ky Will practice in Wolfe and adjoining counties Collections will receive prompt atten tion Â¬ Â¬ The Leading Insurance Agency 1885 183G 1809 Carter Bros I Co WHOLESALE OF MT STERLING KY Total Assets of Agency 143848780 80 31000000 00 1S61 Royal of Liverpool Liverpool and London and Ulobc ot fcngianu 3bS7oUUU UU 1810 Dry Goods John A Carter and Notions 729 731 P ATTERSON HAZELRIGG ATTORNEYS AT LAW MT STERLING KY s AMUEL McKEE ATTORNEY AT LAW No 441 W Jeffereon Street LOUISVILLE KY The Herald will sell you 24 sheets of SS Practices in all the State pourts and note paper for 10 cents Fine white en- Â¬ special attention given to business of all kinds in the United States Courts velopes at 25 cents a package Mercan- Â¬ 1849 North British 33301000 00 1863 tile of England 1794 Ins Co of North America 971G96 33 1869 of Philadelphia 1710 Sun Fire Officcof London 5863000 00 1750 53S3916 4G 1S65 1782 Phenix of London Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well known corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental companies being dear at any price 637 W The best policies are always the cheapet Insurers should select their companies as they would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds in trust Look to quality as the paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully A HOFFMAN James G Carter London and Lancashire MAIN STREET DA Forline of Liverpool 9260000 00 Jo C Bethel Hartford of Blartford 4541240 00 LOUISVILLE ST Sprincfield ot Springfield 2585633 00 J G Carter Jr Firemens Fund of Cali- Â¬ fornia 1473026 00 Northwestern National 11548S9 00 wmi Niagara of New York 1874035 00 Boatmans Pittsburg 411499 00 Sievars Carson Hardware and 733 H J CLABX Haet Stkedt GHJJS fc Company LOUISVILLE KY Office At Traders and Deposit Bank WH ED TOE i-5 tive is thk district Many of his friends will be aorry to learn this but he says he has to Kiccumb to the inevitable and that fek affection for his mother is para Â¬ mount to political preferment His de Â¬ clination to run leaves Mr TJrury S Godsey pithout opposition and there being no other man to vote for we earn Â¬ estly request all voters of Wolfe to cast their votes for him He will make a firsirclasB representative and if the peo Â¬ ple will give him their unanimous sup Â¬ port irrespective of party it will only encourage him the more to work for Wolfes interests Republicans can vote for him because of county pride and dem- Â¬ ocrats will vote for him because he is al Hgsed with the party and we sincerely tope for the good name of Wolfe that e will get every vote in the county 1 MP Jstltbeso Louisville Commercial We trust the A PORTER LACEY Frankfort Yeoman will explain how it ATTORNEY AT LAW figured 1600000 of the States money clean out of existence in trying to ex- - NOTARY PUBLIC AND EXAMINER OF piain tne wasting oi tne sinsing mnu it DEPOSITIONS was figured out of the treasury at least though we are still paying interest on s HAZEL GREEN KY State debt of nearly 2400000 instead LYKLNS UILLLN of 680000 as the Yeoman has steadily M Quillm J C Lykms claimed J Attorneys atLaw and Real Estate Agents The colored people in Frankfort have Buy your lead pencils pen holders Campton Ky become greatly alarmed during the past and ink at The Herald office and save Titles examined taxes paid for three or four days over the appearance money Collections a specialty Real Estate of a man on the Fort Hill whom they bought and sold on commission Will pracimagine is a wild man He can be tice in Wolfe and adjoining counties CHAPTER 27 seen every day sitting on a bluff over- Â¬ AN ACT for taking the sense of the cood looking the city but at the approach of R R B GARDNER people of this Commonwealth as to the any one he runs like a deer necessity and expediency of calling a Convention to amend the Constitution PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON and to ascertain the number of persons The testimony for the Commonwealth HAZEL GREEN KY entitled to vote for Representatives in the case ot Preston and Ollie Brown Whereas experience has pointed out Offers his services to the people of Wolfe Â¬ for the murder of Town Marshal Free man which occurred in Versailles a year the necessity of amending the constitu-Â¬ and adjoining counties ago began on Friday in the Woodford tion and the necessity and expediency of circuit court The jury is composed of calling a Convention for that purpose TTR J M KASH therefore the best men of Franklin county Be it enacted by the General Assembly of PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON the Commonwealth of Kenntucky Bill Roe Fouch was fatally stabbed at 1 That at the next General Election Hocirstown near Morehead on Wednes held for representative to the General Tenders his professional services to the citi day last by Green Nichols The sheriff Assembly it shall be the duty of the sev-Â¬ izena of Wolfe and adjoining counties Offiice at residence on Broadway and posse were in pursuit at last accounts eral Sheriffs and other Officers of Election HAZEL GREEN KY to open a poll for taking the sense of the John S Wi3e son of the late Gov people as to calling a Convention to amend BTAULBEE M D Henry A Wise of John Brown fame the Constitution and make a return to the has just been nominated for gevernor of Secretary of State for the time being of HAZEL GREEN KY Virginia by the republicans of that State the names of all those entitled to vote for Accoucheur Representatives who have voted for call Â¬ Physician Surgeon Alexander Davezac of this State has ing such convention services to the peoTenders his professional g 2 been appointed United States consul at That for any failure to perform ple of Wolfe and adjoining counties Nantes the duties prescribed in the first section Office at residence on Hazel Green Heights DAY BROTHERS FROZEN CREEK Breathitt County - B F McCobjiick MODEL PLANING J M Cor McCORD AYDELOTT MILL Whoiesaie Hatters LOUISVILLE KY GREET riTH Kentucky HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED the finest line in both quality and variety of Mccormick Rough and Dressid Lumbir SASH BLINDS cox Doors - B GREEN Wholesale TValem a SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS ever brought to the mountains and will sell them cheaper than the same class of goods can be had elsewhere in Eastern Kentucky Manufacturers of and Dealers in TYHITE HUFPAKEB Jr non-residen- ts Money Saved Is Money Made AD R- L 615 West Main StrettT l J B Green J A- - Huflkker J LOUISVILLE KY 9tsnd Shoes ALL KIKDS OF BUILDI5C MaTEEIAX Â¬ D Therefore be wise and place your money MT STERLING KY IN THE OLD RELIABE where it will do you the most good WE WILL SELL YOU MORE GOODS FOR JOHINT PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY OND DOLLAR than anybody We mean all we say and if you are at all doubtful call OF HARTFORD CONN DEALSB IK at our new store and satisfy yourself that we have what you want all you need and will not ask the earth moon and stars for it Our store is a bran new one located at the mouth of Frozen creek immediately on NOT CHEAP INSURANCE MOUNT STEELING KY the banks of the Kentucky river and the new also con- Â¬ stock in it is bran spankin Tim amef Fir sisting in part of COACHERS AND ROADSTERS A SPE-Â¬ THE BEST IS TEE CHEAPEST CIALTY CahCpitm - - 2000000 Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats ipSX ay one wishing to visit Cincinnati H C HERNDON Agist or Louisville can leave their horses with o Boots Shoes Hardware Hazel Greea Ky me and rest assured that they will receive No store in this section would be complete every attention be watered fed groomed without having everything for the accom- Â¬ and bedded Soliciting your custom I reÂ¬ QEO K TUCK modation of the people hence we carry main Yours truly WITH JOHN KEEF Insure Your Property Which deals in Beliable Indemnity Trid Tested KEEP FINE HORSES J flour meal bacon salt coffee sugar that we can sell them very cheap or will change with you for country produce Staple and Fancy Groceries Davis in such abundance and variety including ex- Â¬ c Mallory Wholesale Dealers in Co MM ftKMnM TACHAW Ct MiMfacttfers 642 Mters if OMiM Dry Goods Those Owing Us Must Pay Us Â¬ and well nave no monkeying about the Between 7ih and Sth LOmSVILLE matter Regpectfullv c j BROS 1 1SS5 DAY Represented by J J SHOCK June Notions and Fancy Goods 715 and 717 West Main Street KY and 6U Jfcrfa St LOUISVILLE XX 73and7oAVooater St NE1T YQBX V1 1 T3 UY Vrltidg Paper Envelopes Iak J Pens Lead iiEKALD office and save money renclls c at Txn r r T3 Wj 2gi4 - 34 i C5 S Ww J2 L C - vv -- - Sr -- T J - - f ZtsZf- 2r rmmmwmmmwmwmmwMmwmmmwmwmmmmi TtT tf THE HERALD 5UYk JUwifs Adrace Personal Paragraphs W R Tabor of R6thwell was in town on last Friday Bev E P Mickel left on last Wednes day morning for a two weeks visit to the bltiegrass section CORRESPONDENCE EASTERN KENTUCKY COUNTIES NEWS BY Miss Fannie Boberts of Bethel is iting relatives at this place on patients fever generally the trouble vis- Â¬ Onr physicians are kept busy calling Quite a number from this place attendÂ¬ WW i v m m 8 mm Â¬ Si -- -- frnnuit aeorrespondent 5n every Trecct 1 tke counties of Wolfe Mor gan JJrefttklit Menifee Magoffin Pow B J3Btt Estfll Perry and Floyd In jiact t every point in the mountains ritefer terms to agents c Kutafy ari Ssitk Atlantic TIME TABLE Railway Standard time 22 urinates slower than Mt Sterling time Kr 1 leaves Mt Sterling at 7 a-- m arriving Je at 150 a in Jfe 3 leaves 51 L Sterling at 140 pm ar rives at Rothwell at 320 p m Xe 4 leaves Rothwell at 345 p in arrives at ML Sterling at 530 p m Kb 2 connects atMt Sterling with 1105 a n and 157 p m trains on C O railway Jorieadngton Cincinnati and Louisville 2a 3 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 a ML Sterling atIUthwellat4Qam 2 leaves Rothwell atSa m arrives at Â¬ leave on the 3rd Monday in each Arriviag atMt Sterling at 9 a jh RetxrniBg leaves Mt Sterling at 3 p mi arriving at Rothwell at 430 p m leaves RethweJl for Mi Sterling at 5 p m GEO B HARPER Supt JELothwell raeHth Duncan of Louisville who have been sojourning in Hazel Green for sometime past left for home yesterday morning J G Trimble and wife who have been visiting our town left for their home in Mt Sterling on Saturday morning much to the regret of their many friends and relatives here HAZEL GREEN KY Thos Jones and wife nee Mis3 Fannie 1885 JULY 22 WEDNESDAY Trimble are enjoying themselves in the me Â¬ tropolis and as our fresh mountain air and Traaaent advertisements J cents per inch first insertioninserted grand scenery invariably restores lost health and 25 we bespeak for them heightened spirits and at 75 ceBts as inch each snbsequcnt insertion idooramg cheeks before their departure for train en C A O from the East and 136 p train from Louisville and Cincinnati tauMontgoaery county court day special ed Reported by Special CorrcRpondents from lastthe basket meeting at Preston on Sunday All Points in the Mountains Bruce Trimble who has been visiting We hear but little said about matri- Â¬ Hazel Green for sometime jast returned in mony since our Maytown friend has gone COUNTY WOLFE home last Thursday home Tavlor Day and hi3 son Kelly B Miss Lizzie Perry of West Liberty GnxMOEE Ejy July 18 are in Magoffin county on business and has been visiting Miss Lula Perry of tins respectively pleasure Mrs Caroline Johnson of Breathitt place Judge Irving Haisey of Mt Sterling is visiting her father J H Vest wife of Stepstone Dr who is attending circuit court at Campton Grandmother Harper as she is com- Â¬ StationJim Carter and F iL Carter and are visiting Dr spent Sunday in Hazel Green monly caBed is visiting tbe family of James relatives Biddell came over from H Vest She is the youngest of 12 children Hon Bobert Born To the wife of James Cocker Campton on Saturday evening and spent and the only one now living being 73 years ham on the 13th inst a boy weighing elev- Â¬ old Her eldest brother served in the war Ids many friends Sunday here with en pounds of 1812 Mrs Eannie Thomas is visiting her fa- Â¬ Camp- Â¬ We have had quite a number of candi- Â¬ James in A ther Bev J T Pieratt of this place Her bell few wordssentpraise of last spring for dates to call and see us in the last few days to jail who was many friends are jjlad to see her at her old stealing Joseph Boses corn He has ack Â¬ They all know us home again nowledged the corn served his time out in B H Miller who has been ill with Col Henry T Duncan of the Lexing Â¬ jail come home and is working like an consumption for some time is growing worse ton Daily Press will pleaseacceptourthanks honest man If nothing happens to pre and is not expected to live for the courtesies extended to our better vent he will raise 250 bushels of com Do We hear of a trouble at Stepstone seven eighths while in that city not think he has stolen anything since and Three men killed John and Henry Smith Our better seven eighths has returned hope he will remain honest and Newt Osborn and two others wounded Unco Bemus from her visit to Lexington and we are much Have not heard the particulars J C encouraged over the promised prospect for IS advertising which she brings us Aarons Kun MORGAN COUNTY Reapers and Mowers The Best Most Durable and Lightest Running macmne on zhq maxKez The Water of Life for Afflicted Humanity These springs are located three quarters of a saile from the beautiful tewa of Haal Green Th water contains a larrer per centage of iron than any etner water known hence it is the most valuable in the cure or disease used internally or externally Among the many diseases which SesJt is heir to and for which tliis wonderful water is known to be a positive and peraaneat cure are the foBowingr m Spe -- J iroh is Kma Every Machine Fully Warranted HANLY JUDY General Agents for Eastern Kentucky Mt Sterling Ey Orders solicited by T J STEVENSON Hazel Green Ky CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SKTN DISEASES SCROFULA CA Â¬ TARRH RHEUMATISM Capt W W Helm and Judge W M Â¬ at 730 a Grassy Creek July 20 much The crops here are needing rain very Jiay home - m i i i n m 4 t mentioned last week is rapidly recovering from the general debility under which he Saafords celebrated school ink only has been laboring and is now enjoying the L cents alsottle aiTHE Hekatd office needed rest free from the confining cares is one of Tririch passed over this sec- Â¬ nrwl lHhors of his business as he Tbe storm the leading grocerymen of Lexington and tion last Satarday did a great deal of damage as such had broken himself down by hard to fruit trees corn and standing grain work and close cttcntion Breeas Liniment removes knots and An Important Mail Itoute all enlargements on horses or other stock F-- Day No care no pay Sold hy J-- T Perhaps as important a mail route as the Department could establish looking to Uncle Cleans will please accept our State tak-Â¬ apalegy for not printing all of his news the interest of our section of the of bene- Â¬ ing into consideration the number We wjsiaid two letters and have been una Â¬ ficiaries is a line from Hazel Green to Hind ble to find them man the countv scat of Knott county a dis Breens Liniment is pronounced by all tance of G5 miles and passing through a who have used it to be the greatest remedy thicklv populated country which at this fer rheumatism sprains cuts bruises etc time is entirely destitute of mail service 23 50 cow 8e by J T F Pay The citizens of Hindman are three weeks in J B Hollan to Sanford Perkins 1 cow as Lord Brittain of William goes to the receiving mail matter from Mt Sterlingand 18 50 and calf for two years that being the we are informed by the county clerk penitentiary 33 50 Shade Combs to J T Day 2 steers Hindmau a distance price et by tbe jnry for the fan his lordship between ltousseau and is no mail service di- Â¬ S W Landram to James Gillispie 3 of thirty miles there ba withHarvy Spradling 15 00 calves rector transversely The same can be said Vard Murphy to Jesse Oldficld 1 Upper Grassy July 20 Our Campion correspondent will please of the section between Bed Biver and Bous 24 25 cow awake from his Hip Tan Winkle sleep and seau a distance of some fifteen miles The There 19 50 tell os why he has nol reported the proceed Â¬ Department now has a semi weekly route section is prospect of a good mast in this L P Hall to J M Bone 1 cow 75 50 Jerry Profiit to Geo Beasly 1 mule ings of the court at that place from here to Bed Biver where it stoR We Swango 1 calf corn in this People are done JBreeas Liniment is certainly the best would suggest in behalf of these people that vicinity and the cropworkingvery promising J II Pieratt to Mort to W K Murphy 7 25 Erastus Buchanan looks neural- Â¬ the Government extend this route to include cowhiBation of remedies for corns 199 50 2 mules gia pains in the back and side etc ever Hindman with the following postoffices at this time H F Pieratt to Wayne Murphy 1 Â¬ make it semi weekly along the line and Work on our new church is progressproduced Said by J T A F Dav10 00 heifer to South Fork at ing rapidly We will soon have a church Bed Rev D G B Ietnaree Presiding El- Â¬ Green Biver to Bousseau 00 to Buckhorn at John that our neighborhood may well be proud Same to Geo Beasl 1 heifer Williamss 00 G B Swango to J V Oakley 2 steers der of the Irvine District of the M E Williamss to Balls Fork at John Grigs of 17 25 W W Helm to G B Swango 1 cow Churoh Soath will begin a meeting at Cane bvs and we feel confident that our con- Services were held by the Baptist min Shade Combs to J T F Day 7 head 107 50 Creek is Breathitt county on Saturday gressman Hon W P Taulbee will use his ister at Beth Salem on the 2d Sunday in this S AV Landrum to J T August 1st F Day 10 route endeavors in establishing the 154 50 head cattle month and on Saturday evening before We bear complimentary expressions Zack Campbell to J T There were several persons present F Day 9 Cousin John is erery day of the way our Commendable Enterprise S5 head cattle running the circuit court The people re F M Long proprietor of Dicks Glo-Â¬ Other parties to J T F Fav 5 head 145 00 Spradling and Collinsworth the pro- Â¬ 00 garalefw of politics think Mm the right prietors of the stage line from here to Both ry is preparing to make brandy Dick is an is Both of Day man in the right jdace enterprising man but tbe good people of impossible the Messrs names being absent it of well finding that the authorities would not to give of the sellers have taken the this community Tke funeral of Silas Phipps will be have the road put in order and hired a man run his distiller- -would rather he would not the 5 head reported matter in haud themselves preached at 3Iapel Grove on Upfer Grassy road They employ him Sunday school was resumed at Beth the Im a 3Iau After Another Quart the second Sundav in August bj Bevs Eli to workmonthentire he is instructed to work and Salem last Sunday with a good attendance Bcattyville Enterprise Williams and W-- S llattox The meeting by the where it is most needed They ask and it It is hoped that tlic people of this communi- Â¬ Our special private reporter who is will canuneace on Saturday is hut a small matter that people along the ty will take proper interest in this institu- Â¬ taking amateur lessons in modern journal Tbe citizens of Hazel Green propose to line give this man his meals or lodging tion and make it a success ism which means to a certain extent pok plant nhade trees along every street m town when lie happens in their neighborhood Miss Susan A Goodwin commenced ing your nose into every mans eaite basket this fall and beautify With the addition H the country people will assist in this way our school on July 13 Miss Goodwin struck something pretty good in Bob Hills conies of shade trees oar town will undoubtedly and the citizens of Hazel GreeuMaytown and well recommended and it is believed the retienle near an empty juir last week Our toFrcnchburg will each donate something be the prettiest in the mountains fighting editor smearing a fresh streak of wards payinghira we can have a good road school will be a grand success if the parents war it in Ourtown suffered severely from a wind and we hope they Avill do so It is to every will send their children regular and furnish printpaint under his left eye orders coun- Â¬ Its a letter from oueof Wolfe them the books they need Otherwise they hail and rain storm on Saturday afternoon mans interest inthis section to have a good tys solid jolly souls to B C Hill and nearlv every house in town was flooded road This is an inexpensive way to get cannot expect satisfactory results Dear Bob Yours of 24th at hand and SuxsmuE by the rain which leat in under shingle one and a surer plan than any yet devised contents drank up Would you condescend regular tornado and swept Let each citizen open his pocket book and roofs It was a Maytown July 17 so low as to elevate me so high as to send over us for about one noun give his mite in proportion to his worth and S S Dennis sheriff of this county me one more gallon in the same way I have traae noticeable Mrs Stricklin widow of W P Strick the improvement day wiU bemindeed in bixÂ¬ was in town yesterday gathering in his taxes got vou a lub often will send them wonmouths from to 1 remain yours as lorn as you send lin whoa Floyu Williams murdered was - derful William Lusk is sitting in the corner rowliquor me G Evans present term of the circuit court senat the here eating peanuts while Buinmic and Bol P S Bob fill the jugs tenced to the penitentiary for life as an ac Â¬ lie arc resting in the shade Business Education complice in her husbands murder We un Â¬ Dr Dixon wants to buy a large bill of special- Â¬ The attention of young men is Ho Safely Itcachctl Ills Home derstand her counsel will appeal ly invited to the advertisement of Business drugs He says he is looking for a big prac- Â¬ J 11from Gays underas date of July 15 Our correspondents will confer a favor Education which appears in our paper to Â¬ tice when the people change from black ber- Â¬ writes Corder Ills Myself follows by sending in their productions Friday and day This commercial college is located at ries to roasting ears and wife arrived home July 3d safe and Saturday- - It will hereafter be impossible Lexington and we feel perfectly safe in sav- Â¬ Our whole townsman two days near Bothwell on to pablish those that do not arrive by that ing that Prof Wilbur B Smith its princi- Â¬ Young wants to soulcd through The OscarÂ¬ well We spentStopped one night at Green know Her Indian Creek as wc wish to publish ail the ncws pal has started more young men on their time and castle Ind Spent the glorious Fourth it is hoped our request may be complied way to a fortune than any other institution ald ifwhere hecan get two good hound pups peacefully at home Wheat is all harvested TTr Itit fTftiiirr tnfn flio flit hnuinnce w uujutj 1UI aud the crop is smaller than ever before har-Â¬ with of learning His svstem is a thoroughly from work practical one and when a young man leaves vested tutorage of here The free school under tbe We heard a preacher say he raked in pood in this locality Corn and oats are is as though he his Meadows and pastures are splendid NickelL opened Monday morning had beenbusiness knowledge Jtrs 3farv engaged in mcrchantile pursuits seven dollars at meeting the other day We with a fair attendance Mrs Kickell wore for years He has no theory except that re- Â¬ would be thankful for his rake as we are Stock of all kinds is doing well Bemem many laurels at the close of Prof 2JB Hayss duced to practice and can to day point to hard up and would like to rake in some of ber me through Tni Herald to unfriends high school in May at which school she has more graduates in lucrative employment the truck deserving student for two than any similar institution of like age been a close and We have heard from the Indian nation years Young men if you would thoroughly pre- Â¬ one mile from here They are preparing for Ladies Will Find at Miss M S Hoyts We want the news and will be greatly pare vourself write at oace for particulars war the first gun was fired this morning and black kid glove obliged for it but we can not publish it This institution received the highest awards one of the tribe wsis here for fire arms but A fine 125 4 button Silk at 1G5 Lighton kids and Lisle thread when written on both sides of the paper at the Worlds Exposition New Orleans for failed to get any LICK SKILLET gloves in black and colors Buchings in We want only news however ami not bio Â¬ its system and thoroughness crepe leiss and muslin muslin at 25 cents a graphies of uien Our correspondents will box Infants muslin bonnets 50 cents up BREATHITT COUNTY please make a note of these facts write each A Spring In tire Right Direction Corsets in great variety Plated Jewelry m uews item as brief as possible Hon Drury S Godsey proprietor of pins and eardrops in sets from 1 up Lace Frozen Cheek July 19 pins Mourning Jewelry in sets from 5 cts Geo E Tuck with the firm of Bloom the Day House at this place has been urged Bate a son of H Clem has heen quite up Collar buttons 30 to 50 cts in gold and Co manufacturers to open his chalybeate spring to the public Goldsmith Tachaw silver Silver Bhine stone combs 375 to and jobbers of clothing of Louisville is in and advertise the medicinal virtues of the sick for some days but is now improving does Miss Fannie Johnson has just pieced a 800 Hair ornaments in gold silver shell town with the finest clothing ever exhibited water which many sav equals if itcoun- Â¬ in necklaces 3 to 5 each by a commercial tourist in the mountains not surpass any mineral watersell theby the quilt with 444 1 pieces The quilt is of and jet Gold 25 cts per pr Ladies hand it Coral bracelets try He will also arrange to grape vine pattern and very handsome We lespeak for hints liberal share of the 1 up satchels All kinds of this section and we doubt not he bottle at all the drug stores in the cities It trade of Wheat crops were almost a failure but done to order Braids made fromhair work combings will be free however to all people boarding will get it in or about Hazel Green no matter tvith a fairer prospect for corn has never been at 50 cts per ounce Wc sell braids made We ask special attention to our new whom Those who know its virtues for the known and the prospect for cholera water from long even hair at 3 to 10 gray 5 to 10 Orders bv mail promptly attended to These pencils while bath insist that he shall have a bath house melons is very nattering Matchless Pencils low in pricey are we claim equal in H he does this it will be managed on the very Kash Swango of Stillwater has heen Cor Chureh Upper MLKfNGTON KY quality for all business purposes to anv pen plan of Hot Springs Ark and an engine employed to teach our school He is a Highest TUB Honor eil in the market not excepting those of theÂ¬ will pump into the house hot or cold water moral youug man and comes well qualified TBOU highest cost They excel particularly in ab- Mr Godsev has agreed to furnish piping consequently he will make a good teacher Worlds Exposition sence of grit and strength of lead Send and run the water to a rock reservoir if Some dear fellow has heen milking for price list Jansen McClurg Co Wa Â¬ they will build the latter which several have cows that he didnt have any title for We signified their willingness of doing bash ave and Madison SL Chicago know the butter that is made from this milk and if there is anv more such business our The attention of our lady readers is TVbo Will Start a Pottery hosnitable jailer Wm Combs wUl keep you W B SMITH of the EW especially invited to the advertisement of man or firm can Some MissM S Hoyt Lexington Ky She has make an enterprising fortune in Hazel where the dogs cant snap you COMMERCIAL COLLEGE independent all kinds of braids and manufactures every Mr Hodge is now prospecting through Kentucky University Lexington Ky is an the pottery business day aortas article of hair goods worn by ladies Also Green in territory to be suppliedThere jars Breathitt countv for cannel and bituminous utudenta can begintoany weektbe Full Diplomatho year with immense Timo complete liolinni deals in fine kid and Lisle thread gloves and jugs crocks etc and just below town on coaL He found on George Johnsons lands lio vacation wceki Average total coat Including Td Cuurne about 10 plated jewelry It is an old established 22 and 27 inches cannel and 60 mi S of Rooks and Bowd Id a Umllj 00 Telejjrapby best Judge Levi Kash is to be found three veins farm Phonography nd Type Writing ipccUUtrt Literary house and an order by mail accompanied the finestof clay for pottery purposes in Ken Â¬ inches of bituminous coal Theacannel coal Coarse free Orrr 500 paptls Ian year from 15 to 45 the money will receive prompt attcntion- - tucky Who wiU take hold of the enter- Â¬ is of superior quality having gloss that Graduates Ladies rtceircd Over 5000 Successful by the ju ot - frum 23 jutes Instruction Is praeticallr acd indiTidaallr a 10 teacher Special coarse for Teacberi and Bail who was a guest of prise and push it The section east of Mt would answer for onemirror Mr Johnson ItriparteJ brUniversity Diploma presented to its graduates L E Buchanan block of cannel coal n Men showed Mr Hodge the Virginia line could city is the Pieratt House one day last week is sell Â¬ teriing to this point so say nothingbe sup Â¬ that had slipped from the mine that meas- Â¬ Tlilon beautifulrailroadsnoted for its bealtbfalness aad aoelttj and U Iralinn of the ing a window lock which beats the world plied from Tbe Text Boole which rectired the biehest award at the 9 feit wide and 27 inches shipped in ured 11 feet long and immense Worlds It is attached to the window to anyyou can to other quantity that could be and Union Â¬ thick making over 200 bushels of coal in prehemiTe Exposition for Its KstenslreIs Practical and Com sjstem of Business Education used only at this desired sections of the State sash raise or lower tbe the CoUege It b the cheapest College wllb tb hlzhest endorse Mr Johnson also has one exeat one block guarantees socces in business to Its and sten when it is impossible to Pottery is sold at Mt Sterling at 7 14 cents poplar tree that measures 27 feet in circum- Â¬ ctea and circulars and fall particulars address deferring sradn height For it President move it without raising the lever It is per gallon wholesale and an establishment ference Capitalists does it pay to invest WILBU2 K SIOTH Islington Ky ac ocu iui tgn nnlr ountti ner window and it will 5 cents secuuu cuuiu rcauuv money uiituu us in such coal and timber in LD13 Let per gallon and make - Sourwood Mountain keen out burglars and prevent rattling of hear from some man of get up -w oy wihu xxe ui uc me sasn Upper Frozen July 16 days and every body shoald buy of him Agricultural God bless The Herald and its edi-Â¬ Hon W H Taalbee on Thursday last S W Havens of Grassy brought us an tor finest brought to this office a bushel of the onion last Wednesday which weighs 11 HAZEL GREEK KY The quacks are still having a feast June eating apples we have seenthe MrTaul ounces line and erecting tomb stones ffllorse Shoeing a Specialty Buggies hee lives in Morgan just across Kemp the mail carrier on Friday last farmers in is one of the most enterprising very fine orÂ¬ We arc neediug rain badly still our wagons and all kinds of Farm Tools made handed us a bunch of beans raised by Jas corn looks well Kentuckv He has a Eastern e have a greater acreage and repaired in the best manner to chard and devotes mah time wellfruit rais Samples of Grassy which measure 10 inches than ever before would be ia an example it to imitate as the for our each On last Saturday and Sunday Eev W time is farmers generally T J Stamper of Stamper Branch distant when fruits of all kinds will brought to our office last Wednesday a B Davis preached to the good people of this HAZEL GKEEN KY not far place On Saturday he baptized Isaac Spen- Â¬ command good prices Mr Taulbee will bunch of timothy which measures 5 feet Â¬ cer an aged and respected citizen the oldplease accept our thanks for his present of inches est person your correspondent ever saw bap- Â¬ iascious fruit 3Makes and repairs all kinds of Farming Elbert Samples of Laurel handed us tized Tools Buggies and Wagons you are going to Mt Sterling go by a bunch of beans on Wednesday last which If A K Wilson is visiting friends and Horse Shoeing will receive especial atten-Â¬ stage The fare is onlv 2 to RothwelL If measure 914 inches Also a bunch of oat relatives in this section He says he is go- Â¬ are coming from Mt Sterling take the heads which are fuB and fine and which he ing back to the West soon but we say he tion 4a e at Both weU Fare S2 to Hazel Green savs were raised on his poorest land cant go It will take men money and guns COUBS J K VATTGHX One stage leaves Bothwell every morning to get him out for we cant do without him every morning oneleaves Hazel Green Sad for the Seller xsd That is we dont feel as safe when he is gone erc COMBS XSB one from ilotnweu get Traveling groceries are suffering at the T Jat wn i n - fur XlAl ww w ia rprw DEALERS IX enabling hands oi the Jommonweaim tnis term oi the evening train for 31t SterUn- enough a slaters are sav MONTGOMERY COUNTY - wrvkn Tn9T thmlx earlv 4rm TlPTt GflV- - ing dearly for the traffic We sympathize J l w with the unfortunaiesbntmen should learn AND LIYE STOCK OF ALL KINDS Spencer Station July 20 that the laws must be obeyed and we sin- Cor Main and Marion Streets v Corn crops are being injured on e ve cerely hope ana chndren traveling with- - rrgrnc iym uu CAMPTON KY count of dry weather pusfva ovuiriitu uji nuu it xuut -- IXGALBEWB Wellington Payne whose arrival we William K Murphy is very low with fever Dr Kilgore of this place who lias been sick is improving E B ilcClure who has been confined to his room for some time is able to be out again The weather is very warm at present and there is a great deal of sickness in the neighborhood W M Henry has a cow that gives a little over 8 gallons of milk per day Now Mr Jay what have you got to say We have had quite an interesting meet- Â¬ ing at tbe Grassy Creek church commencing on last Fridav Services conducted by Beva D G Combs of Ezcl and J T Pieratt of Hazel Green Up to this writing there has been fourteen additions to the church We have had three sermons per day well attend Â¬ ed and the best of order prevailed through- Â¬ out the meeting and now still going on Died This morning July 20th M B McClure Jr of the firm of McClure John- Â¬ son at this place after an illneys of some three weeks with fever His suffering was great but he was verv patient to the end He was attended by tour or five of the best nhvsicians in the countv but after their skill was exhausted they could not relieve him He leaves a large train of relatives aud a host of friends to mourn his loss It is with sorrow that we pen these lines as Mr McClure was one of the brightest young men m our community but we must always be willing to submit to the will of our Mas ter and ever be ready to say Thv will not mine be done Os The Wing Mr and Mrs M G Ferguson are visit ing at G AV Goodpasters Mrs S E Stephens and family of Lexington are visiting in this section The school at this place began on Mon- Â¬ day the 13th with quite a large number of scholars in attendance Miles Kash is doing a good business selling goods at this place ne has a full store and a great many customers It is said that yesteadav and to day were the wannest that have been for many years The thermometer stood 50 degrees There are a great many cases of fever in this community Clms Denton is quite sick W B Wills who has been very sick is now improving Mrs H B McDonald has a little girl four years old who has pieced a beautiful quilt and intends quilting it in order to send 31 A it to the Paris fair The Monthly Stock Sales The following is the list of prices and names of sellers and buyers of stock at our regular stock sale last Wednesday G Beaslev to Jesse Oldficlds 1 cow3 23 50 S B Perry to A T McGuire 1 year- Â¬ 40 95 ling mule 10 00 Shade Combs to J T Day 1 heifer- 50 00 Same to S W Landram 4 steers Frank Hcnslev to G W Childcrs 1 The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Roots Herbs and Barks Except Ginseng J T BREEN SON Importers I Wholesale Druggists F McGTJTRE Main Street HAZEL GREEN KY timonials which have been tendered as t the efficacy of this water in disease One lady writes I am so thanfnl t the Great Giver of all Blessings that I tried Swango Springs Freely do I give all the time and money spent there for the health and strength I now enjoy A gentleman of Illinois saysrI think the water of Swango Springs did me more reed than all the nostrums 1 have ever tried I wiU certainly he with vou aeain next spring Beferskces B 1 Smith J G- - Trimble P L Beese Mt- - Sterling K4 F MHinkle Mrs F M Hinkle Win Clarke Plum lick Ky A larce hotel is now being built which wiU afford ample accommodation to visitors or rurineriniormauon m regxru so eoaru HARBISON SWANGO C address Hazel Green Ky Or this office VOUSNESS We append a few of the hundreds ef tes Â¬ NEURALGL NER-Â¬ a Mt Sterling Ky Stands at the head of Low Prices with evÂ¬ erything you want in M DRY GOODS MOTIONS Boots Shoes Hate Clothing- ADAM BAUM Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well lected Stock of GROCERTESHARDWAEE DRUGS m Which he sells Wholesale and Hetail as Cheap as they can be bought in the State Give him a calljand he convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go K II TBIMBLE ROBT M TBIMBLE i MS House and Lot EOE SAIE IN MAYTOWN KY Variety of Fruit Trees Berries FLOUB BACON cc The money is what want and Twin give se- Â¬ MOEE GOODS FOR I DOLLAR LN CASH A than any other house in town Country produce taken in exchange for goods F McGUIBE The house is a boxed framet two storys high and contains six rooms with kitchen There is a half acre of cround attached which 13 set in c TRIMBLE BUOS WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALEBS IN A never failing wcB of excellent water in the yard This property will be sold very reasonable Applv to J P LOCKHART Maytown Ky Or this office R A GHiLDERS MAYTOWN KY Takes th lead in Low Prices with everyÂ¬ thing you need in the way of GROCERIES DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES HATS CLOTHING Â¬ Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry tlie largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling devote ness I will sell iny Hardware Drugs Hour Bacon Jfcc 4c JgjuMoney is what I want and I will give MOBE GOODS FOB A DOLLAR IN CASH than any house in Maytown goods Country produce taken in exchange for B A CHILDEBS BLACESMITH MAYTOWN KY E J ROG ERS to-mo- r- For Sale A Saw Mill my to my Wisliing to busifirs tinie other Will repair Farming Tools Buggies Wa- Â¬ gons c Makes plows hoes Satisfac- Â¬ tion guaranteed in all cases Â¬ HOESE SHOEING A SPECIALTY c Lane Bodley Saw Mill Fixtures 7 T AY Sri 3i Marshal and Ceneral Detective MAYTOWN KY Will attend to ferreting out criminals in any part of the country and guarantees sat- Â¬ isfaction in every case where employed Orders by mail promptly attended to Â¬ Consisting of a 85 Horse Power Engine and Boiler a No 1 Circular Saw Bdger c Everything is in First class Order and will he For Sale Italian Bees sold at a bargain on easy terms I have for sale several hives of tine Italian Bees which are heartv and thrifty honv Parties wishing to buy are invited to call makers them or order by mailbuyAll order can call Persons wishing to and see and examine the property promptlv attended to M G DTJNAWAY Cornwell Ky Maytown Ky ALFRED COMBS ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL LEXINGTON KY HOTELS si DAY HOUSE GREEN HAZEL KY D S GODSEY Proprietor F BUSH -- SON Proprietors 3LlNUFACTUItERS OF- - -- Doors Sash Stairways Newels Blinds Balusters Brackets c -- First class accommodations satisfaction guaranteed public Patronage ia respectfully solicited from everybody more especially the traveling and PIEEATT HOUSE HAZEL GREEN KY AND DEALERS IN- - JOHN H PIEEATT Proprietor EDUCIM vtedtftedds astakded to -- Poplar White and Yellow Pine Flooring Pine and Poplar Shingles Laths Jugde G B Swango Hazel Green George any Business Man of Lexington Ky W T CASKEY c c 3The table is supplied with tha best in the market and first eiass accommodation will be furnished for man and beast Eeferences Ifczce Maytown or MORGAN HOUSE WEST LIBERTY KY II F PIERATT CASKEY PIERATT Wholesale and Eetail fully solicited Table always snpplied with I offer for sale the farm known as the the best in the market Stable attached Holderby place lying miles below Hazel KENTUCKY Green on the state road This farm has on LEXINGTON it RATES REASONABLE FIRST CLASS A Cood 2 Story Frame Dwelling containing 5 rooms besides kitchen and din Â¬ H E BOSWELL SONS Pkopjrietobs ing room There is a good well of fine wa- Â¬ ter and fine springs which yield an abun Â¬ dance of pure stock watery an orchard of 65 Valuable Farm for Sale JAMES H COLE Proprietor Patronage of the traveling public respect Â¬ G RIO O B KR S Containing 423 Acres ASHTiAND HOUSE NEAR POSTOFFICE HAZEL GREEN KY PROVISIONS OF ALL KINDS Canned Goods Coffee Sugar Teas Syrup Patent Medicines Nails Axes Oils Wooden- - and Tinware In fact Flour Bacon Lard Salt FRANK TYLER BLACKSMITH J T PIERATT bearing apple trees of assorted whiter CAMPTON KY and summer fruit young and thrifty good EVERY THING YOU NEED barn and out buildings about 100 acres of JUex J Asbsry Proprietor jjSEfGive us a call and be convinced that bottom land in good state of cultivation 60 vou can buy more goods from us to the Dol- Â¬ acres of which is now in corn 60 acres of lar thau at any other house in the moun- Â¬ improved table land and the remaining 253 The table is supplied with the choicest tains We also desire to buy a number of acres timbered of which 103 acres is cover- Â¬ viands in the market and the charges areÂ¬ Fat Cattle and Sheep for which we will pay ed with very finest oak and poplar soil reasonable Special inducements to com mercial tourists the highest market price rich and productive and underlaid with ASBUBY HOUSE bi LACKSMITH NEW BUGGY W0EKS MT STEELING KY Conroy i Shore j Price 4500 K cash 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 eountv Ky May 27 1S35 I W MAPEL Fine Bituminous Coal H D SPRADLil6 SOI ire now prepared to manufacture First Glass Flour and MMi At One Eighth Toll and will deWOOli CARDING at their old stand at Spradling Ky The - -- 1Mnnrrfitl 1 VAUGHN Keep on hand BUCKBOARDS and SECOND-HAND BUGGIES and Repair and Paint all kinds of work SAVE YOHE MONEY KD BUY YOUK GOODS CHEAP SSMTOSL SSra General Merchandise mvr ALL WOOL CABBING at6J cents per pound eldwJ-4id- - SIGN PAINTING 7Trnn 3ttC8Cef WUl receive Mr Shores special attention SHORE CONROY Give us a call Jra iwiK l Ssibaihslaa DAYSBOEOUGH KY j5y Come one come all aoaroialandTOolQrdisK ai gmtnmT -- - - HT SPEADLING fcMMEte - jM JHi M U 13bbbbb1 m iiii h m luttrfl ff iPT - hi ri a isssssssfsssssssssssMsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss a2ti MSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB Jf w L - SC5fci 1 -- - 3K - HOME AND FARM DOES DEATH STING The Oldest Newspaper priest vould be heard Pay your FOUR ACTS PLAYED souls in Purgadebts Pravfor the lost Some one says that gljcerlne will Ah Answer Erom a Medical Point of View tory Alxiat Ex The oldest newspaper in the world SadKeport SlftU andPresldenfc Arthur a 71VL the remove coffee and -- other stains from Final Act Be Dr G I Beardsley concludes that There is a legend of a Herr Ton white or colored gooas the Pekin Gazette has lately taken a new Tragedy JMtOCOOPEB Pubi her the dread of dying is quite as intense Falkenbeg who was compelled to beat Rochester Democrat end Chronicle If you wish to pour boilinor hot lease of life This venerable journal has a3 the instinct of self preservation In about the ocean till the Day of JudgDr Lincoln who was at the funeral of liquid into a glass jar or tumbler it can changed its form Established in the ex Secretary Frelinghnysen Ueedit is not improbable adds the j ment on board a ship without a helm be safely done by first putting a spoon year 911 the Pekin Gazette has been President Arthur looked verysays ex- nnwell less soul with the devil It was common in the dish doctor that numbers would care published regrlarly since 1351 Under He is suffering from Brights disease THE- HAY TIELD Cake Pudding Butter size of an the the new arrangements three editions During the past year it has assumed a about living were the modes of leaving for seamen who traversed the German very aggravated form Hiwte Relative to the ITirat 4jr the the world Tksw theme for happy contem Â¬ Ocean to declare that they had met the egf one cup of sugar one of sweet are published the first the Kjng Paou a is Act That J Harvests milk one egg one teaspoonful of printed upon yellow paper constitutes writtentelegramPresident IV of a dramaÂ¬ plation or an innovation to the routine phantom ship Some legend of tho by ex Arthurs physiA geod deal lias been learned about cream tartar half teaspoonful of soda the of the Middle King- Â¬ his Rim L he to appear iu of plodding tha t was agreeable One is kind suggested to Coleridge There is a one pint of Hour fruit Toledo Blade domofficial gazettethe Iking Paou com- Â¬ cians In Act whichwas madecountry was all the Malaria of the second kay We know that the earlest made of the Ancient Mariner exempt from the crime of spectre ship in it and dice are thrown A pretty tidy is made by -- iwin mercial journal also printed upon yel- Â¬ told when he went to Florida a tired We know also that remarkably ksy 5s the best represented In hasty inducfon if he affirms that there for the souls of the crew alternate rows of colored ribbon and low sheets contains information inter- Â¬ wornAcfcH howalkinjr tho sands atman down Old tie kax which is made with the least 5s no sane or healthy mortal who anÂ¬ oriental lace on a strip of coarse white esting to the trading community while Point Comfort and looking eastward over exposure to the sun is far setter than Iler lips were red her looks were free net A fnil frill of lace finishes it and the third the Titani Vaou provincial the Atlantic toward Europe for a longer with any degree ticipates his Her Jocks were yellow as gold that which is dried by the heat and tha of pleasure extinction Statae ef Librty Ealigkteaiwg tie Wadi the strip is then drawn closely together gazette printed upon red paper con- Â¬ rest funetiou of dying is Herkin was white as leprosy was she The Tho curtain rolls up HI The in the center and tied with a iiarrow sists of extracts from the other two edi-Â¬ the distinguished actor for Act with upon The Commutes fa charge of tho coaatractioaof tfl wiadntilitbreaksinto dust under the actually vegetative we fall to pieces Â¬ affected Who thicks mans blood with cold ribbon N Y Mail tions The total circulation of the three ancholy from brights disease while mel base and pedestal for the reception of this great work foot Thoasaads of farmers who iirst like a Jiower This very fact that the Act la order to raise fasti four It eempletlea The Plying Dutchman was anamo According to eminent medical au- issues is 15000 copies The editorship IV discovers him with the disease in an read of hay caps in these columns many process is chemical confirms us in the a mlnlatare Stalte fit sf conclusion that the final throe is as given to one of these phantom ships thority there is no good substitute for is confided to a committee of six mem-Â¬ aggravated form suffering intensely harc prepared Bronzed redestal six inetisUTered Xlcfcel the Statue years have learned that they will which Is noth- Â¬ scudded before the wind under a a diet of milk and eggs in typhus and bers of the Academy of Han Lin ACE voyage is unusual and about to take a sea which they are now dcllTertas to subscribers thrwKkr painless as the save their cost every year if properly ing to the foetal inconveniencehe touches It United States at Oae press of sail when other ships typhoid fevers Many lives are lost Evening Post heavv pilgrim when Just such as this 13 tho plot of many oat theattractive souvenir andSeHar JSaek used Experience has taught this les Â¬ on daylight A moments exaramation i were afraid to show an inch of canv13 he thinks by starvation ovng to an This dramas by play wrights of the medical ment Is a perfect fae stmite of theIatel orDetkora- model faralied hr rules for of the way we are to die will how She was generally declared to hare over estimate of the nutritive value of son A few short and pithy The fashionable girls of Philadel Â¬ profession They write the first two or the artist of hay might just now marks of goodness in our taking off been seen in tho vicinity of the Cape of beef tea and meat juices no conception of what their jraking the best V Y Ex- Â¬ phia have raken up the fiddle and the three acts with The Statuette In same metal txets incAss AlgZ at be repeated as follows jet the mow Â¬ The degree of sens bilitv is nropor- - Good Hope and was always regarded aminer bow The outlay for instruments is character will develop in the final onetrac- Â¬ Five DoUurn Each delivered They bavo not the discernment for ers into good condit on without a days tioned to the integrity of thetsi ues An as the worst of all possible omens J3X often One young belle ing in the early what tne latter imperson- Â¬ The designs of Statue and Pedestal are protected br The Corn Miller calls attenton to has extravagant unavoidable delay watch the grasa inflammation heightens it age depre Â¬ crew committed some atrocious eriire what she declares is aStradivaiius ations will be Not one physician in a JSPatentsand the models can only be fnrnWiMT before tho seed is ciates it- - Any defect in nutri- Â¬ ihe plague broke out among them no the fact that where two varieties of 150 years old She has had it inlaid hundred has the adequate microscopic and br iAU Commitue Address with remittance closely a4rcat com dent and flint were rrovn on with appliances for formed just when the blossom is fad tion KICHAItD BUTXESC Secretary pearl The addition has mined chemical disease in its early discovering comfort of harbor would consent to shelter them disturos the stages and soou as the dew is oft the individual untl the carbonc the apparition ot the shipstill haunts the same farm care was taken at husk- Â¬ ite tone American Committee of the Statne ofLibertyj ing Cst it as Still that doesnt matter brights finally comprehend that when Tdt HOtwhle it is damp Before the acid generated in tne devitafiza the seas in which the crimes were per- Â¬ ing to determine the relat ve propor- Â¬ since she has made the instrument an their many doare dying with it when 33 Mercer Street 2few Yeric patients tion of con when in the ear xd when evening dew falls upon it rake it up ton of the bloodbecomes fixed in the petrated etc Â¬ The superstition origoddity and can say that its cost hag death occurs they will to cover up their and put it in cocks holding about three cells or is no longer displaced Ihe inated with the Dutch though the En- shelled The result showed that the been nearly 700 Another enthusiast ignorance of it pronounce the fatality to husdred pounds each If rain threat sensory ganglia everywhere part with glish sailors put the most faith in Ui9 dent variety gave eighty bushels of has a fiddle that she declares was a fav- have been caused by ordinary ailments ens cover the cocks safely wth hay their irntabil ty by virtue or th s legend Sir Walter Scott alluded to the shelled corn per acre and the ilnt six- Â¬ orite of Paganinis Its present extraor- Â¬ whereas these ailments are really results ty bushels but when they we e dried of brights disease of which they are un- Â¬ cape 3ake in jao hay until all has been poisou and cease to conduct cur Â¬ ship as a harbinger of wo and weighed for market it was lound dinary tone may be due to the fact that conscious victims Will cureiu the cut and cocked The hay rents The criteria of death are being Beyoad any doubt SO per Or of that phantom ship whose fonii that the yield of flint exceeded thai of it is all tied up with old gold ribbons deaths except from epidemics cent of all bestmaaaerin the cockT and itmay stay satisfied and the process is consum- Â¬ and acci- Â¬ Shoots like u meteor through the storm Her teachers warned her that tight dent dents result from diseased kidneys or a week without harm if covered with mated with this extinction of seusi bands would impair the qualitv but the Full spread and crowded every sail the capsj JVpen ready to draw it to bility prevailing at the ultimate fila Â¬ For the ingredients of a boiled young woman answered that the differ livers If the dyin be distinguished and The demon frigate braves the sale easily de- Â¬ the bars uacover the cocks and throw ments Dnring the progress of this Si dressing for salad take the beaten ence did nt seem much in her mind and his friends too intelligent to bo pronounce B IBBb b hM B 9 9 And well the doomed spectators know ceived his physicians perhaps thembverairti open them Have one dissolution of the nerve force this The harbinger of wreck and wo yolks of three eggs one teaspoonful m any event she was determined to re- Â¬ the complaint to bo pericarditis pyaemia person doing this while the others are creeping on of the numbness of occur- Â¬ mustard two teaspoonfuls salt one tain the ribbons because they suited her septicaemia bronchitis pleuritis valvular It was loading and draw ng in Do not stack death the individual is rapdlj pass- Â¬ rence in probably no uncommon lesions of the heart pneumonia etc If early times fo seafarers to quarter of a teaspoonful of cayenne tho deceased be less noted malaria is itbutplace it under a tight roof if it is ing into a condition of repose and in- Â¬ fall in with ships abandoned to the pepper two tablespoonfuls ugar two complexion Philadelphia Times now tho fashionable assignment of the A sufferer from chronic diarrhea wiliest WI tried open t the sides- - Un- Â¬ stead of torture or pangs a degree only a barrack with corpses on tablcspo nfuls of melted butter or o 1 winds and wave various preparations but eT6a the simplest rruel California and Oregon are liable to cause of death cover only what can be drawn in in one of self satisfaction oft approaching to board Such instances may have sug-Â¬ one cup cream or milk one half cup of j with pain But all the same named right or named caused foundat night Commencingappetite IUdge l s occasional ravages of three species of and full satisfaction to the I day As soon as the field is clear gve enthusiasm is realized Tne sensations gested the legends On the other hot vinegar and the wn tes of three wrong this fearful scourge gathers them Foodnever attended with the slightest discomfort m was locusts the most dangerous of which in While it prevails among persons ol digestion To test Its efficacy tae supper was changed it a top dressing of compost or some peculiar to the therapeutical operation hand they may have had their origin eggs beaten stff Cooc until it thck is the great PiOck3r Mountain locust lawyers clergymen a few times but always with a return cl distress la artificial fertilizer but do not turn the of opium hasheesh ether etc are St r well This whose ravages several years ago came sedentary habits also plays great lmvoi the night in the looming up or apparent suspen- Â¬ ens like soft custard congressmen It to cows upon it it would pay better is excellent for lettuce celery aspava not improbably akin to the mental aclaborers and buy some hay from a neighbor This tivities of the dying Barring the hal Â¬ sion in the air of some ship out of gus and string beans Ehiludcliihia near starving out the people oi two or among farmers daynot suspect it mechani ics though they do sight a phenomenon sometimes vtt-three Western States This locust is their physicians keep it from thembecauseÂ¬ last rule applies tothenextj ears crop lucinations experienced in the stupor nessed at sea and caused by unequal Press if in- NO remarkable for its power of flight and deed they arc ablo to detect it but it is righOv placed here because as it gained on the subject the mori- Â¬ refraction in the lower strata of the at- Â¬ The- anxiety of some farmer i to travels in dense swarms high up in the It sweeps thousands of women and chil- Â¬ next year would be too late to use it bund is familiar with naught mosphere get their cattle to grass early is strongÂ¬ air darkening tho sun or filling the sky dren into untimely graves every year The It iar jof the greatest importance and ihafcf borders on suffering The W e close our article with a Cornish t ly condemned by the National Jdce with the glistening health gives way gradually the strength light of their wings is variable the appetite fickle the vigor should by no ineans be omittryjL Fin carbonic acid has poisoned or nar iStock ally gather He hay aps together dry eotzedHhe several ganglia and reflex tradition of a phantom ship fas related khus Journal The little green food Observers have stood on the highest jets less and le3s This isnt malaria it byMrHunt obtained it says docs not help peaks of the Roeky Mountains and 3 the beginning of kidney disease and will evenly them if necessarr lay them productions are interdicted JA con- Â¬ one pon auothiKpxjliTthem nf binl4 summate analgesa prevails In shorC goQnfe night a giga crew was called to much in feeding them but it gives straining their eyes upward have seen end who does not know how Inde Â¬ to the westward of St Ives Head them a distaste for dry fodder and the sky tilled with clouds of these tiny No nature has not been remiss mea ra tne rim auu mvic iucui m a thejioton of pain is forbidden the No sooner was one boat launched tJhari thus unfavorably aflVcts their appetite soaring insects so high as to be barely pendent research has given an infallible This Invaluable preparation Is truly a triumph of dry place where no mice can gnaw remedy for this common disorder but ot sclemiac akUUandno more lncstlmabfeboon was ever that the mothers of the world EBItnot holes in rhein It would be an excel a response any stimulous fails to excite several others put oir from the shore for the food that must Support ticm discernible These insects after devas course the bigoted physician will not use bestowed uponthe time of labor and lessens the inten The shortens a stiff chase maintained eaeh a lehtthing to steep them in a solut on tability is that thecondition to this irri Â¬ and being eago wasget to the ship as Cattle should be kept upon winter food tating one region rise into the air to Warners safe cure because it isby privateÂ¬ only of pata but better than aUlt greatly diminishes nerve center and the one restor- sity danger to Ufa of bothmother and child to until gras has grown sufficiently to lookfbr fresh fields and pastures new affair and cut3 up their practice the lead to preserve oaura and4w especttesto traclvbe sound vigor ing the health of those who have been in- Â¬ be1 most earnestly entreat cvctTfemale Coupled wlta Chicago Tribune aridaiake them waterproof American renexphenomenaIfr th sat an vanishes slie had the appearance of a foieign nflbrd a good bite and then they should confined to use JIother8 Friend valids for years duriDg a long obstetrical end and trader The hull was clearlv visible not be left upon the irrass more than ure Mils entreaty 1 will add that Agriculturist Thnew saying of how coihmon brights practice years I have neverH known lt to faUta isiiftcrmg hykiologiealIy speaking is she was aSchooner r sreed vessel with 1 an hour or two at iime for a few J Bailed IV 495000 population disease is becoming among prominent produce a safe oufck dcllvcrr- -Woman Hounts Mfree 1Of Napess 5PiS Ga Tteatlse on impossible because of the arrest of the a lght over her bows Away they day 250J000 live underground in noisome men P is getting old and as the English- Â¬ Atlanta Co Atlanta espec- Â¬ B2adfixu BzuurToa For Â¬ pulled and the boat which had been function of the sympatheticsounds stupid FARMERS MISTAKES rToothpioks should never be Kent cellars that extend far back from the man would saysince this disease is readily ially stupid tunately for a- wholesome study of first launched still kept ahead by dnt street Crime is so rampant that in detected by the more learned men and spe- Â¬ Seme of tie Errors Wlilcli he Farmeris ones demise there are assurances of mechanical power and skill All the upon a table where meals arc served HAY FEVER There should be a convenient place many thickly populated quarters of tho cialists of this disease But the common afflicted likely to Make I was naAn with w - iATARR abundant from vivisection the testi men had thrown oft their jackets to row near at hand where one can be con citjT highway robberies are of frequent run of physician not detecting it give ICIU occa JH3 nayTlTa n mony of those who have been restored with more freedom At length the Halm cured me en- Cream Oaebf4 oar most valuable exchanges Epsom salts or other drugs pro Â¬ tiKlr H V ciLLinxs venonllv taken in pass nz out of the occurrence in oroad daylight The na tho patient the old codo of treatment under IJaggage Master Terra sriteSTtheTfolio wins asjuamreroua mis lfO consciousness and the affirmations helmsman cried out Stand ready room after nioals DftAYrtalUm The3r shouk1 he tives feel that the world owes luem a scribed by llaatclnd WsCAM OfV Xnl 3 of the dying that there is no phys cal to board her The sailor rowing used as quietly and privately as possi- Â¬ living and they are going to get it which their grandfathers and takefcfosthl farmer I was a sufferer from practiced Burnev tried hard the bow oar slipped t out of the row Â¬ ble and when used religiously thrown Defending the criminals gives occupa- Â¬ recoil from death TJay sumÂ¬ 1 To think that any one can farm Anon we hear that the patienis com- Â¬ mer Fever since the used of 1379 until I the efforts made to resuscitate lock and stood on the foreth wart tak Â¬ away Good shaping of the human tion to 11000 lawyers of the Italian fortable to resist But ere long maybe they tap Elys Croom Balmany was that a man who has starved as a can- Â¬ him from drowning o bewtched was ing his jacket on his arm ready to re- to him and face divine good manners good taste school who work for fees ranging from him and take some water from told Tor- Â¬ never able say find tnream mat lief lean vasser for a patent toothpick or has he by Irs prolonged slumber Dr spring aboard The vessel came so again the comfortable story is me I would Balm cured and good health forbid the touching five cents upward Troy Times ture him rather than allow him to use notbewlthoutltdurlngthe mf been unsuccessful as a carpenter irblander the traveler was so delighted close to the boat that they could ec tasting or handing of toothpicks as an dH Hay Fcvcr season L 11 I With such variations Warners safe cure business requiring high in with the sensations of excessive cold the men and the bow oar man made a Particle of diet or as a sweet morsel of said an examiner to a the doctors play upon tno nniortunate Geoegia Binghamton Suppose when telllgeBce and preserving efforts and that Jiewas the first to lie down grasp at the bulwarks His handfooinl wood pulp to roll over or under the student in engineering you had built nntil his shroud is made disease we learn CREAM BALM pyremia from heart yy U5A1 being utterly unfamiliar with details be m the snow to realize the luxury nothing solid and he fell being caught tongue Exchange an engine yourself performed every that he died or some other deceptive though has gained an septicemia of such a death William Hunter was by one of his mates back into the boat ablyto make money utation wnercver dignified cause Since the cultivation of the Jerusa- part of tho work withput assistance and FEYER 2 The idea that a large farm half sorry he was not able to write how instead of Into the water Then ship lem artichoke by farmers for the use knew that it was in complete order but Ex President Arthurs case is not sing- Â¬ displacing all The next and lights disappeared He plied into eacn nostra no pam KretMicw is tyoical ofevery such case poorly cultivated pays easy and delightful it is to die stocked and ularit of their stock is becoming quite com- Â¬ when put on the road the pump would is suffer ing intensely Price SOc bv mall or At druggists Send for circular of as as This is not usual better than a few acres well and cafe Infants die few serenely thethey breathe morning the Neptune wasLondon Cap Â¬ mon it may be of interest to know not draw water whpt would you o ELY BKOTHEKS Druggists Owego li Y Generally there is almost no suffering advanced in tain Richard Gi ant wrecked at among and not a ifully tilled look into the tank and ascer He may recover if he will act independ Â¬ I should that the vegetable may bo prepared 45 What is it Imt the worst kind of years treat death as a friend to their Gwithian and all on board perished The agency ently of his physicians for the table Peel the artichokes and tain if there was any water to draw a mistake to pay hundreds of dollars infirmities- - Hanging is naturally rated Frank Ux Sfauffcr in Current replied the student Chicago 1imes named has cured thousands of persons even iLel- 83 cut them into little die put them into in the extreme stages is to day the main Â¬ for good farm machinery and foi next to crucifixion a most dist essing a stewpan wth a pcceof butter some hundreds ot thou- Â¬ But it is reported of those procedure CAPITAL FOR BUSINESS want of proper shelter allow it to rot John H Caxtlijt Chiof Engineer Phila Â¬ stay of theishealth of salt and a little parsley Let them an unfortunate fact that phy- Â¬ delphia Firo Department writes I cheer- Â¬ sands It not admit there is any and becomeaiseless a year or so sooner who have been saved from strangula U M EQUAL LED FOR c EM EHT1NC t on that the agonv promised to be Some Simple facts That Piont an Instruc- steam about a quarter of an hour then fully endorse the efficacy of Red Star sicians will of their own sphere butvir Â¬ frslhould WOOD GLASS CHINA PAPER LEATHEHac- that as tue outside add sufficient Cough Cure dredge them with iloor tive Moral Â¬ 4 It is a mistake to let year after brief and was rapidly replaced by hal each school denies virtue to all others the 1835 the writer knew a young soup boii up and serve with sippets of lucinations3 djPlarfasc nating variety Rl In people act on theirown judgment and ac Â¬ y oar pass with no attempt to improvo CEMENT CO GLOUCESTER MASS SOLO One would fain believe that the kind couple who were married in that year toast Or boil the artichokes in sailed Who would think that Liberty En- Â¬ cept things by the record of merit they EVERYWHERE SamnleTla Cns Net br 3SilaS8 nhe qmiMy of the farm stock Blooded Add lightening tho World would lead to base make feel no sign in The man was a strong healthy young water drain and mash them stoclrpay They make beef quick the God who suffered us to delight in which Tho facts are cause for alarm but there turn man who could neither read nor write them to a soup in floating very btjlo thoughts Boston Budget cows give more and richer milk Better coming would take no tS is abundant hope in prompt and independ Â¬ pieces of meat are Or boll State S Monroe St Chicago ent action blood in horses pays A Norman or mg our tare well into writhing nay and who appeared to have but little and mah them add them Jo a clear Is There- a Cure for Consumption WUtwcl jao their He is part Norman colt is a valuable piece 6T He does not quit us at the las Wo answer unreservedly yes I If the SAND CATLOCUC Recently published cook books inducts aspiration for the future He wite soup and thicken with a tabib our greatest benefactor in allowing us hope or commences in time the use of Dr far Issi IW pM 3fiO rrtap j property rO Why Not Eat In- Â¬ one with the odd title r l ls truann a sura Etus to sleep out of weariness Death is as- Â¬ had been for some years ahiredlfaiid spoonful of Hour stirred into a cup of iercoa Golden Medical Discovery and sects JToJet foolish mrideUr narrow suredly no tax collector its jaws are The question probably occurred Post cream or good rnlkrDetroit exercises proper care If allowed to run to the man who ata a piece of cake in a Stiais Cram SLiiort SbiA ul on a farm The woman he married minded prejudice prevent the adoption HtU Sun Iry Bud Ostfcti BcpaSHsc its course too long all medicine is power- Â¬ dark closet Boston Post clutches of an assailaut there was a hired girl on an adjoining farmrVV Msierbt alio includes Inttrotttonaaa of new methods when thc3T have been not the less to stay it Dr Pierca never deceives gJlKExercLe for Azutear BaaJa ad a CS-isiijQivictory to the grave the ghost prqVetrb praetcal men ialoTat of choice toad mule mailed frta a patient by holding out a false hope for OUR FORESTS able and waling to uo any amount of the sake of pecuniary gain Tho Golden EiKKsToOTHACHEDROFSCureinlminutet2ac eTTpget up after the sun lean on speeds away from us as it entered with reasonable hard work They got marMedical Discovery has cured thousands Glenr s Sulphur Swp heals aud beautifies 5c up rufiie The sense of death as the fork handle speculate an hour or The Iuto of the WooiIIuimIs Which Onco of patients when nothing elso seemed to Gekmax Cokx ltEMO vek kil s Corns iz Bunions P1AH0 tweupoa what the weather is jjpoiug to Shakspeare- ha it is most in appre ried and got permission tobutld a log Covered tho Greater Part of the Conti Â¬ avail Your druggist ha3 it Send two THE It s the fear of the lonely cab n on thecorner of a farm to live nent be and their wonder whv farmmg dont henson stamps for Dr Pierces complete treatise Combines volume with puri night not the throes of nature that in It was a cheap and simple concern Â¬ pa The spruce is a hardworking honest on consumption with numerous testimo- Â¬ WILHOFTS FEVER AHD AGUE TOMIG IN TONE ty ana sweeasesa Dispensary MediA warranted cure for aH diseases TrTo leave a lot of unchopped wood makes the leaving painful Medical costing probabty teu or fifteen days tree It may not possess the grandeur nials Address Worlds N Combines lightness elas Y cal Association Buffalo caused by malarial poisoning of IN TOUGH ticity ana xniancr wetrprhalf split at the j le a lot of old and Surgical Reporter of the man and wife The housework 1JM ET1SIL2 Combines beautiful desigzi the Mood Kuch as Chilis and Fever ortmansaip harness hanging in the kitchen and hold furniture 3 ould cofc probably ten of the pine nor the soaring crown of Fever and Ague Sun Pains Dumb ifil PllSl3ini and beet tj m A sweli gathering a boil St Paid whim oa cnuocn uum muTPdy tracks in the dining room and PHANTOM SHIPS - jrojb rv Cxiuitafcc dollar In tins home thev lived for foui the hemlock but a gum will outchew Herald Chills Intermittent Remittent Bilious and all other Fevers caused General Factor Cincinnati Oalew and is deservedly popular expect to see the women folks good Showing the Hold the years ne uong siicn aays worn as lie caouehoue Some Odd Stories by malaria It is also the safest Bad treatment of stricture oft natured could get m the ne ghborhood which f ur- - jn Boston female colleges and other Mariners marion and best cure for enlarged Spleen R U AWARE JohaYealot of haIf fed ema-- Ima are not Hail on Ancient theaneeut nishedthenrthe nrccssar es of life Hi select localities The spruce is mee- Â¬ en complicates the disease and makesinit j Ferer Cake General Debility cure mo worst aau most Â¬ aimcuic oi surprised that We THAT ciated lonesome looking fowls roost worked for the writer and from his doom of hs ever-Â¬ veterate cases speedily yield to our new and Periodic Neuralgia CBTForSalcby all Druggists frop Chicago Hi j mariners peopled the Sea in their frank and honest character avc became ting last of all the Lorillards Qlfoas Ping Â¬ CHAS F KEELSR mgdejeetedlyJn ome old apple tree In Maine and New and improved methods forPamphlet refertwo three cent Oh i day we green fellows when a few good healthy well bred quaint mythology with imaginary crea- Â¬ interested in his ca e ences and terms sent bf aricga red in tag that LorUlard3 and cured Without Koso Ienf fine cut that chickens properly housed would make tures or invested the most common asked him why he did not luy a farm Hampsh re and in the Canadian prov stamps Worlds Dispensary Sledical As- CANCER Treated treatment sentfrcc the knife Navy Cllppinaaand that Lorillards Loriuards Adaress on Hook the poultry ard an honor instead of a things and o currences with prognostic and become an independent raai His inces the ax of tho logger is eating its sociation Buffalo N iT Aurora KaneCojm cheapest quality considered cnJnr tho best and disgrace i j- - Farmer answer was like those whom we advised wa steadily and without meivy into A SUCCESSFUL architect may not be an Clnrirla ftranca and Trock ianils for sale on TTlgs Bangs and Wftves seat COT3 any influence- Following them with their to go into fruit rasing He had the heart of the spruce country and honorable man but he certainly has good riUUua UlallgC time Particulars in the Oranue wnere noiesaienu retail uricc ii a 5rs B C Strehl Caa73Wabasn arChIcascv sea far ng d usionscame the monks nothing to buy witlf Grove price lOcBUer Liverpool Florida designs Oil City Derrick too soon will the place theteof know it GENERAL of the Middle Ages pretending to Wo told him if he would strictly fol- Â¬ no more Thus went the pim though A happy combination of best Grapa Weed Jamaica Truth has been happily defined as chronicle with scrupulous accuracy low directions he would have a farm when the latter reigned the spruce grew Brandy SmartWater as found Ginger A NATURAL ANXIETY in JJr in live years He hooted at the idea on unharmed for loggers deemed it an and Camphor fTtiafcfcy of things underlying our saJntly interpositons at sea etc etc the Pierces Compound Extract of Smart to and along parialTcnbyletlge ot them I The sa for- - were excusable on account He was invitedWifego ITanc with us was ignoble tree good enough to raise Weed cures cholera morbus diarrhoea Prompts many a man of family She talk with his chewing gum but unworthy of further dysentery or bloody flux colic or cramps A haTpoon of the pattern made of the r inuorance aid credulity but asked if bjT the hope of to seek Ms doctors advice as So they went for tho pine in stomach and breaks up colds fevers over forty years ago was taken from the same apblpgycan not be offered in for themselves she would getting a farm uage to the be3t means of preventing not by taking alone and hewed it down as if the and inflammatory attacks m whale caught near Coos Buy Oregon behalf of the monks It i not our pur-Â¬ in work and going out to tno ueigbors world stood watching untl each lake disease and preserving health recently often the man It is Oil City Derrickwhi is right who i3 pose in this artce to cnuiu rate the and doing a days work occasionally In such cases the judicious 1 In Oakville a smull village near superst tious and still less to speak of support herself and her husband in and stream grew w ary w th the burdeji left V physician riU recommend tho TViaterbury Conn there- - arc twenty the curious legends only in so far as the barest necessities of life for live of murdered trees If waters can bojjad I know no reason why the eastorn lakes use of two widows and twent old maids they may be directly connected with years After studying over it for a and riversWight not bo mournful M asks a ax Is- mabriage declining 2Jartford Post week she said she could and she would the title of our artcle well as wa that old Greek fountain change Io it is generally accepting There are about 200 000 commer SarcapariHa In a very rare book entitled Otia Her husband was to get all the work which sprang from a womans tears Burlington Free Press cia travelers 4h this country Their Imperialia written by Gervase of Til- Â¬ he could and at the end of each week For JHYglciANS douofi laugh at the faith average salary is SJo00 a year and ex Â¬ bury in 1211 is a very odd storv re hand it over to the writer to be depos- - who mourned her childrn slain akin As a Spring Medicine and blood trees and the waters were coj V They know the value of faith in penses Over 25000 belong to associa- - lated with uU the soberness of tact ini ited in a bank Things moved slowly the pine purifier it has no equal loving When the rain descended the doctor Philadelphia Call tions fonniutual proteconj life inlur- - substance it is as follows at first but before the end of two and the snows of winter melted tho or I consider Ayers Sarsaparflla a safe f A3 the man of the house said to the As the people were coming out of a months he had twenty five dollars ip trees gathered in the surplusage so anceuelc Chicago Inter Ocean agreeable and certain remedy for Ecrof-street tiddler Alove on one scraper at Due of the new laws of Nebraska church iu England on a dark cloudv bank He began to gather neyr cnerv that the stream flowed evenly to the Golden Days ula and scrofulous diseases Aa an altera Â¬ prohibits Hie marrage of d vorced pers- Jay they saw a cable dangling from and new jife He saw dayXlght lie sea and when drought came the full the door is suflicieut six months after the grant-- tha clouds and upon examination was a most faithful and energetic lakes gave of their abundance to the tive and spring medicine it stands without ons- within There are certain social grades in every an equal T have used it extensively and ing of ihjMJecree in order to ailow found it attached to a sh ps anchors hand He was more in demand rt sunshines call and thus returned it to rank of life Even the poor fisherman is Mt me to Be given for setting aside said which had caught in a heap of stones higher wages In three ears no the thirsty trees Now all are gone obliged to draw tha line somewhere Bos C L always with the happiest results Suddenly the cable became taut as if five he had money enough to bur The brooks of rounded rocks and t he ion Courier depree by proper legal proceedings Shreve3L L Washington D C A4 New Yorker predicts that the an unseen crew were trying to haul it eighty acres of land in Decatur Count lakes but shallow basins When fioods There aro nino girls in our class1 I have used Ayers Sarsaparilla from day is not far distant when the speed up while clamorous orders issued from Ind He went there full of hope Ho of spring and autumn come to hand said jSora replied Dora Then its time to time for a number of years and call a fenii nino class ixndsn of the Toller skater by means of im- Â¬ the clouds overhead To the r surprise soon impro ed and stocked it by tlm there is naught to stay them They what have always been greatly benefited by it Days proved skates will be increased to forty a sailor came sliding down the cable ad of hs devoted wife Soon he work destruction for a passing hour It purifies vitalizes and invigorates tho atmos- Â¬ surplus money and bought more land onilos an hour When that day aTives and was suffocated by the thick tho streams dry up and the lakes A West ViRGHrrAX is having a big run blood restores the appetite and imparts presence of tha gaping which operaton was frequently re- Â¬ then tho American bank cashier will take phere in the eloped wtii hi3 become shallow basins again so full of His cousiu a wonderful feeling o strength and elas His shipmates cut the cable peated until now he and his wife are sandbars that even tho cattish gyX of luck every one ofhas sir children roller i kates4nstead of hecars to make crowd his wife aud ticity to tho system As a spring medi Â¬ sailed away The anchor which a happy and respected old couple aground and the contiguous factories Vourier Journal the iouriiev To Canada Ciiicago Her- and they left behind them was made into worth at least one hundred thousand buy neam engncs or move away cine Ayers Sarsaparilla b peculiarly ald Mr Brown Miss Gray allow mo to fastenings and ornaments for the door dollars They had a plentv of capital effective M F Pilliier Maiden Mass S Copyrighted 2J The saddle which General Grant What became of tho pine The an- Â¬ present my friend M LOiseau of tho of the nearest church Whether they to begin with but did not know it rode in from all the battles from Port Miss Gray How deswer readily given lt was shipped Canarj JtmCAbout the same time there was a man off to is West Indies most of it and lightful Islands You sing of course Life HenrVlnTebruarv 1S62 until the surÂ¬ still exist in commemoration of the the render lat At pomattox s now the wonderful event wTe are not prepared of wealth living in ti e neghborhood came back as molasses the greater Sold by Drugg Price 1 fix Settle Prepared by Dr J C Ayer fc Co Lowell la twho had by a life of hard work and part of which was brewsd into New sa A LISPING Washington correspondent proporiy of Colonel A H Markland Thie phantom ship was an object of economy accumulated about S3oU00 is girl says to whsPiaJ was pijasented by theGen Kngland rum a horrible compound But the Treasury a widow asheMyth a tth when she ith belief to the Norman fishermen He died and left it to thie eh ldren ernlhlmsQlfantLt jskepfc in the Sol- - firm and this the thnfty ualives drank up and would be driven into port when- Â¬ two sos and a daughter Each of them Such was the passing of tho pine tree Mythith of courth c Norristoicn Herald diers Hpilnfa JJayton Ohio- - Uteve- ever the prayers for the souls of the r receved 81100 as apital to begin ever take the land Lt aer The nemlock too has gone its way Instead of saying J he two sons d ed lost kinsmen had failed to be effica-aou- business with door the High shoe from iMothJ-of-pear- L the material of It was liieraliyskinned out of existence horseexpresses it the Remove not the School pedal In Credul t es Past and Pres- Â¬ many years ago d unkards and pau- Â¬ Men wanted its hide to use in giri twhichi oiamental buttons buckles equine ent1 is an account of whatfollow such pers The daughter married a man leather and did not rest until tanning protection of the Oil Citufrom the domicili Positively TOreSrCK HZADACHE Biliousness and an it left ury entrance fan stllb card caes and other fancy Derrick srTi-BTi LIVER and SOWHDMnUi The visitation doctor BtOOD POISOIJ ana satn XJtaeases wss PIIO A DOS2 them for over Hemlock timber was tiirticles are made is he principal pro a mysterious and friends of the widows whose father a snm to n Philadelphia Por Paaal CmUstttbrn Pill T flntl tbem a valuable Cathorticnno ZIvt PilLr-rhha ro no eqtial seamen gave him a like balance that of not considered valuable while anything vZ and V The best monument to my husband no practice Denniaon Iff duction of Tahiti and makes a cora who childreu supposed to have been his wife Since Sota mlCAtCm In btampa Valuable were for that time he has tdken else was handy hence most of these says Mme Barrios would be a man who BU mr 23 ct intnae other J imormation shz z 3 jStHBOffli CJOOlfojr aLiwT raurce varously estimated between As Mme Barrios is benefit of the bankrupt law twice would rash to 1XX trees rolted whro they fall while the can take iiis place a j ear drowned recognition would the quay the wife is dead and 2VH0 and dol- Â¬ PMn 0 enttnrapror r T TSTEEKtX - PCH or more easily earned by onrAjrenu Zxcls Cries of arise but his man is onthe bark traveled to some of tho big tan young pretty and 1ie ELnU 1VS ana uremia m lint GreatBrandley in La Nature no returning territory given But tr Article raniei eT855 lars this ought not to ba a hopeless task of prosperity aga t offer ot Best and Cheapest Readln Matter utiti alve where Send stamp for panlcnlara or MSsr crj would be t I orermadfr Graphic lagoons in which the the crew The bells would heard from wanetime must rietermj n how long to neries in Jdaino and Massachusetts Ftaiesfchat the N Y OrsendoOcfor3fEXVHtromnosample JvDlBALL S V Co Crjutal Faiuiycii sound the stav Ihese three rt0 Jan 113S5 sr i nrlc Kow Sew York hemlock became scarce the tan Â¬ - joysterstspcoduciag Hi s material are hour of mdnight and a fog would j persons alio had capita to begin with Sinceuse in its stead a South American Cake for an unwelcome visitor Sponge AJSrJ5Z B ners found re growing poorer evry dav steal over the sea X03S ktfl fiSi IS NEWIAWSOClcerpayfron im d wh ch the ves iou that have no capital to berin gum hence hemlock tan ia largely 3 W 5 5 si Wcommlatoc3 IccrterrelleT ana lust iues profe envo meatures kedJP nBlonBandlnercase experience Wjeara disappear AmUUt the ob starting a small irut farm can write Yes said Mrs Spriggins when she Write for circulars andlnws f suecesornfe omethingeiso nowadays Coos K J l the menu of a r ct nt lashionable diu- SOS ClnclnnaiUOaio the spectators of the phan j your own moral to these raple but if tor Brooklyn Eajlc rad cad cres of A W ilcCOKMICK La aifewvears f not ma i man who got up that there feast ner the tm shn the warnmc- voice of U InoaiShe fajts Iowa State tLaister must have been an epicaol Life flSMELKSHERiil V -- th Â¬ ao A Â¬ Â¬ s 1 Â¬ MORE DANGER - - USE f -- Mothers Friend- -i- nstant -- - - - WO Â¬ I great-grandfath- ers 1 -- j an-jumpTintb y m Â¬ IIHAY Mx Â¬ - C3f 2VrS LIQUID GLUE Lyon Â¬ Healy - 1 - Â¬ - EVER ETT Â¬ j-r- -t i- co -- Â¬ mm hi -- fy yi - i - r Ayers t 3 4 hI Â¬ -- Â¬ m Ayers Sarsaparilla - - c s- Â¬ -P be--twei- in Â¬ Jrtb -- - A -- - - jaiaifljafeft