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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r i 3 - J3sv- rfcF i MiVS ITS f ssAsa Is raSE The Hazel Green HERAM t rffc y - q ibl ilWtjar am r SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor THE TTEra A TD OF A 1STOIST WOBIiDj WITH TETTS EROVr JOjL jSTATIOS 18S5 100 A YEAR Always w JUfewfolg TOLTJME I HAZEL GAEEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY JULY 29 NUMBER 2 f s tf THE DAIRY SCHOOL AND CHjJRCjjL HE PARDONED HIM THE HERO WAS SLAIN vonr hand before your face re were the sparks from the subterranean fires Creeping along feeling our way step by it explodes in the caverns and causes an The cheese process depends largely How President Hayes Was Jed to Exvaad The last three Lord Chancellors ofi Went for the We laupked to see the whirling1 snow Execatiyo Clemency to aa Offender step with arms outstretched to prevent oscillation of the earth above ThesoÂ¬ apon the relative percentage of water te How the Old Farmer Wo oL Gathering Boy England h7t all been Sunday scfecol Whose AVits Were And hear the raping tempest Dlow asein If there is too little water the contact between the trees and our explanations are very plausible and gen We recked aotof tko icy blaft kept a restaurant in Wash Â¬ reachers Tim One of the farmers who succeeded in erally accepted as true although as I shecse will cure slowly and be dry heads Kor how the storm came wild and tart Harry A Garfield son of the late ington He was a well known son of Our hearts had sunny weather have flavor If thef o backing his wagon into place at City After making what test fee called a have said the phenomenon has never President has accepted a positib as Kor enow nor hail nor wild winds moan cursory examination of the surround- Â¬ been studied by men of scientific repu- crumbly and waterlittle be too much destructive ferment- Â¬ Hall Market yesterday morning had Erin happy as the day is long with a teacher in St Pauls School Concord Could chid the plow around them thrown portly wife and five chil- Â¬ N H Whitehouse clambered up the tation who might find here an interest Â¬ ation will set in and the cheese rapidly several errands to do around the neigh- Â¬ we were together For then ings Mr st O sweetest word together does not sour and break bank where a council of war was held ing and prolific field for research decay if dren that looked like a step ladder when borhood and he left his son of fourteen Rev Dr X P Newman hsvfeea and it was determined to postpone fur- Â¬ Curtis in Chicago Inter Ocean I tread in golden summer aours The average quantity of milk re- on the vehicle to you stood them up in a row and were readmitted with great unanimity aad five or make a sale of A pathway through a land of flowerf ther operations on that line until da quired to produce one quart of cream Metfco Beneath the blue of peaceful skies THE FARMER EDITOR six bags of potatoes The old man had as healthy as little pigs The eldest of cordiality to the New York light So we sat down around a fire is 1220 quarts tho lowest range being With weary feet and tear dimmed eyea Christian the children was about twelve years of dist Epiaeopal Conference and discussed things until the light Tho Interesting Experience of a Journal Â¬ 3 quarts and the highest 18 quarts scarcely disappeared when a I care no ioujrer whether Xhe davs be bright or dark nor how age One Decoration Day Tim took it GniH began to filter through the forest Then istic Form Hand The average quantity of butter from came along and threw into the The lonely time goes by for now California papers state that John the climb was resumed and we got out We walk so more together Colnon turning Dne quart of cream is 1506 ounces the wagon the first chapters of a sensation Â¬ into his head to increase the exchequer W Mackay has gfren 100000 to Bish Â¬ I believe said Mr Ah nereraiore together of the woods just in time to see the sun around as he was on the front seat of lowest range in this case being 8 ounces al serial The boy grabbed for the fly of his family by selling some hard Anna E Bcncscr in Current erection of a church rise out of what looked like a world full and the highest 22 ounces Boston and began to devour the literature in stuff to the dust begrimed and thirsty op Monogue for tne to face the larger portion j of soapsuds The mountain rose like the carriage Globe chunks and hunks and of the half hosts who always visit Arlington on that at Sacramento The Moravian Seminary for Youp sea of clouds of his audience that I had sooner an island in a shoreless CLIMBING A Y0LCAN0 takes eleven pounds of milk to dozen people who came along and occasion so he erected a frame booth great banks of foamy vapor rolling and write editorials than be a farm hand add It pound of live weight to a calf asked the price of his potatoes he an- Â¬ on the road to the cemetery stocked it Ladles at Bethlehem Pa was fouaded one 1749 and reorganized in 17851 The plunging in the wind that always rises with the rale ole stuff and began busi Â¬ was a boy I came to the conclu that weighs 1300 One of the Five Active Craters in with the dawn as the surf does on the When I I would strike out on my own and an oxtwenty two pounds pound will swered only one and him so absent ness as his own bar tender He forgot centenary of the latter event is to be sion that consume of hay in mindedly that no sale was made In jv shoals It was a picture one does not responsibility that I would carve out a twenty four hours to keep from losing about half an hour the old man re- Â¬ the important essential of taking out a salebratedin October Costa Rica Hop Â¬ President Gilman of Johns often see and there are no words in my line of action in contact with the world weight If he is to fatten he must have turned He halted at the back end of license was nabbed by a constable vocabulary that will convey an adequate at once worthy and commendable 1 just twice that quantitr when he will the wagon and took in the situation marched down to Alexandria landed in kins University has made a plea to the A Craphic Description of a Perilous Ad- idea of its appearance If one could left home when I was a good chunk of a gain two pounds a day This is one and then asked jail tried convicted and sentenced to various colleges to consider a plan by Teatare A Crater Never Examined fill the world with foam like that which boy and drifted around on the surface of pound live weight to eleven pounds of two years for selling liquor without a which an inter collegiate systenffof George what you got by Scientist Incidents and hovers over the foot of Niagara Falls it nature some time before 1 located mr good hay To obtain about fifty cents license and fined a hundred dollars granting degrees maybe adopted Ni Storv Accidents FosL like it would look something When Tims wife and family heard of What about claims and pre empted a fondness for 4 hundred for hay a farmer must sell Â¬ The wind was bitter cold and it good square up anil up work I appren- Â¬ fat steers at 550 per hundred pounds what had befallen their natural proMark Twain told the Tassar Col-Â¬ Injuns swept over the volcano with a fierceness ticed myself to a farmer for 12 a month tector they nearly went crazy One day lege students that his usual price for a Do they kill anybody There are five active volcanoes in that penetrated our very bones but the board aud washing Prior to locating more Every year the line is being drawn They are after a feller and I guess I received a visit from his wife and the readinp was S500 but that there he was Costa Rica according to the geography closely about dairy products They lived in quite satisfied to take fifty cent3 and get rest of the family suns rays were hot and piercing and followed several says a writer farmer I aud each succeeding they jjit him Irazu which is 11500 feet high Tur soon burned out the clouds in which with the but was had the neighborhood of my olnce the other 49950 In looking at the gkls dissatisfied with each year brings an increased demand for the hero I spose Hes callings I rialba which is 10350 Poas DeBarba the wind assisted and the picture and all of them Among the number 1 listened to the story which she Troy Times m Yes first class grades and a weaker and Mirravalees which have not been turned into a scenic panorama which being butcher painter singing teacher strictly for the poorer ones- - In all disconnectedly narrated to me through of Virginia the Dont sell any taters does he In the University demand her tears and sobs and a thought struck chaplain is appointed for two years and Bible class in Sunday probability the time is not far distant No measured and several smaller ones has few equals in the world Below us and member Â¬ Â¬ me perhaps 1 could I whose craters have shown evidence of was spread out all Costa Rica aud the school when it will be almost impossible to dis- Â¬ knowthought not but I reckon 111 soon ice thather in securing be of some serv- the office is held in rotation by minis two oceans to Sky surf fringed shore of the release of ters of different denominations The the reason why When I entered into contract with pose of poor butter at all except as former activity bat have emitted sea and lands were one vast rainbow Ned whatever With that he leisurely climbed over her husband I enjoined her to follow he said stone of a new chapel has been the nothing since the memory of man To mingling tints of blue and green and you farmer it well If 3011 milk the cow grease and at grease prices Notwith Â¬ the tail board reached for the boy and my advice strictly and I thought she corner The attendance of students at do do laid Â¬ against imitabe considered active a volcano does not and the most unpoetic eyes could not in the morning exact the last bit of standing all that is said truth that tho the shaking up that youth received will could get Tim restored to the bosom of chapel service is purely voluntary but tion butter it is a Go up to the White House such services are maintained with deep- Â¬ have to keep belching out fire and smoke behold it without awe and wonder rovalty from her if you feed the slock meanest filthiest imitation of all is make him dream of earthquakes for his family Mountains seemed to hang in the air inthfteveninfr dont give them too and see President Hayes take ail the est interest while the religious toneof many nights to come all the time for they must have vaca Â¬ made from genuine cows milk but in children with you force your way in the institution is declared to be that of You donfc want any more of that asthe clouds surrounded tions like the rest of us but an extinct lines of unbroken forests them long much food for it may tie them up like 6uch a slovenly incompetent manner stretched the contortionist you see displayed on said the old man as he finished business and do not allow the doorkeepers to a strictly theological school 2f K iw that all value and trace of genuineness and dropped the fly overboard The bluff you or prevent vou from srettino one is that whose crater has been per-Â¬ away into a mirage which seemed to k the circu3 posters if you should be nas been eliminated deendeiL mitted to fill up with debris and never show the earth inverted the fields of called upon to get up before daylight Injuns not only overtook the hero but in to see him When you arrive in his j Judge Stewart charged the Grand Temperature exercises very consid- Â¬ they slew him in the most fatal manner presence tell your story to him and say Jury recently at Baltimore very plainly sugar cane a brilliant livid green and hunt for it with a caudle dont shows signs of life Not having had the advantage of vol Â¬ looked like strings of gigantic emeralds complain Ned dont complain re- erable influence not only on the quan Â¬ and dont ou forget it Now you git that you will all have to starve or go to about gambling at church fairs sayingr the poor house unless he is released canic acquaintance and being ambi- Â¬ on the earths bosom while the ellow member that the early bird catches the tity of butter produced but also on its upn gallop and sell these taters De- Â¬ The vice wuT probably continue until Cry and sob right lively while yon are the people are educated np to the point tious to look into the craters mouth I fields of corn half harvested resembled worm and that the early farm nand is quality During hot summer weather troit Free Press determined to explore Irazu and in sand hills rolling and weltering under a source of joy to his employer Eat the cream will gather more quickly than repeating your request and have your tnac rames at iaxrs wut ws cobihjp- company with Mr H Remsen White the tropic sun Here and there were whatever is set before you and never in winter and the butter whilst richer oldest daughter to burst out crying at an evil to be frownedupon and chances The Invention of Paper house Secretary of the United States clusters of houses with white churches complain if there is no butter upon the will be softer Again in oold weather the same time I know that all the holidavpresents as a thing to e How when or by whom paper was other children will follow suit if they in Xegation in Central America I made rising in their midst and streams link Â¬ table when it is selling for fifty cents a it will be often found almost impossible avoided The grosser formsoftfiis vice to proing them together like silver bauds the ascent see the oldest one crying Mr Hayes are liable to punishment and when xhe This was my initiation into under ordinary circumstancestempera- Â¬ first invented will never be known pound duce butter Lowering the off on the horizon which sur- the duties of a farmer It was an experience which will never Far According to Hallam documents on is a tender hearted man and will release business o gambling is carried pQin Â¬ the dairy iu summer be forgotten but which one would not rounded the picture like a circular late violation of law the duty to society re- Â¬ the I had hired toxvlior farmer WflQ in the ture ofretard somewhat the will there- paper are found as early as the tenth your husband Im sure formation fore She obeyed my instructions to the quires that the offence should notbe care to repeat You can not go to the frame it was difficult to tell where the trnnAA on1 VIlflV cnniinr mnnnt I of the cream but it will render the but- - century and it came into use not long letter She tossed ont the little ones lightly passed over but should be prosÂ¬ in summit of Irazu in a railway car like sky and the ocean met their colors t oa o fo nri lnnrpfisinor fhn after this era and completely supplant- Â¬ in clean attire went to the Executive UH Wwv Vesuvius and no one has ever taken blending imperceptibly We would not with three others upon the UHJlUui 27 Y Tribune ecuted iiinnnui ter firmer and ajnun the trouble to build a carriage road have known the two seas were there hall We sat down to a supper of cold temperature during cod weather will ed all other materials which were Mansion and got Inside the main en- Â¬ In Bosnia and Herzegovina there therefore the journey is not recom- Â¬ had not the expectation of a view of both pork potatoes and plenty of skimmed have the effect of causing the butter formerly employed for the purposes for trance before Dinsmore the are 42 inter confessional door keeper could prevent it The mended to ladies invalids or timid the Atlantic and the Pacific from the milk From the outset I was affected to come quicker and be of a better qual Â¬ which it is now used It will be observed public schools Of these 13 men and one such trip will do the most same point been one of the objects of with a disinclination to eat I couldnt ity that the invention of paper of some latter then ordered them out but the schools 56 are under the control otfha the climb this being the only spot in eat that was all there was about it The temperature of cream when kind was an absolute necessity before family began the music according to Orthodox Greek Church Stf undero nrveful for a lifetime We followed up a cart road thick the world from which both oceans are After supper the farmer said 4Ned go put into the churn should be 52 to 53 5 there could be printing as parchment programme and while crying at the man Catholic one under Mohammedan with dust for n few miles then entered visible The guide said he could dis Â¬ out to the barn and help milk Look and this will rise to 56 when butter was far to expensive to use for the pur-Â¬ top of their voices enlisted the and one under Jewish The teachers the cornfields and rode through them tinguish the sky from the water but I out for the briudle cow she is a little comes At a higher temperature the pose even were it otherwise perfectly sympathy of many of the visitors number 186 the pupils 8114-7-nafor several hours stopping at the cabin could not and only knew that the seas troublesome sometimes but I think you butter will be white and inferior When adapted to this use The use of paper who were passing in and out A 6240 boys and l87i girls Incompar- of a native to get corn for our horses were there because the lines where the can manage her Armed with the the entire milk is churned it must be in Western Europe dates from the charitable looking lady and gentleman lson with previous years there nasTDeen and a cup of coffee for ourselves dark green forests ended and the blue milk pail I repaired to the barn and of a higher temperature than cream time mentioned but it was known to the with whom the President was ac- Â¬ a great advance in educational affaire This was the last house on the moun began were broken and irregular when churning commences say 8 or Chinese long before the Christian era quainted ascertained between her sobs in these countries especially do theiMo confronted the brindle cow following the crest of a ridge of tain ana leaving n we went through a brindle cow had a child like 10 higher Rapid churning also injures and it is believed that they used the and tears what Tims wife was after hammedan inhabitants seem to appre Â¬ The pasture and struck into aforeit as dens pumice stone ana ashes which had simplicity look in her eye There was the quality of the butter overchurning bark of various trees the soft part of and arranged an interview with Mr ciate the benefit of a school training for as a forest can be There was a good been thrown out in ages past and were a striking difference in her character is also prejudicial the best medium the bamboo stems cotton and several Hayes Up stairs trooped the mother their ehildren moon and it lit up the tree tops with a as regularly pled as if the hands of men as I afterward found out more than in will be found to be when the churning other kinds of vegetable fibers From and children The former pathetically ts auJL weird and fantastic light while the had dumped them there we looked anj cow that I had ever seen before or regularly and steadily carried on takes the Chinese it is supposed to have spread told her story to the Chief Magistrate PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS r great festoons of moss which hungffcom down on one side into a gorge three have ever seen since She was raised from one half hour to one hour to pro Â¬ to India thence to Arabia and the manu- Â¬ of the Nation The crying and sobbing the branches and almost obscured our thousand feet deep to the foot of which in Texas and grew up on the freedom duce butter Cream must also be sour facture was introduced into Europe by of the whole party was immense Is silence golden when a wife way were almost livid where the rays of a stone would roll without meeting an of the country until she was jut enter Â¬ or well ripened in order to produce the the Moors of Spain but about this there said a looker on Calm yourself asks her husband for money - to buy w said necessary articles moonlight struck them The trunks impediment and on the other into a ing girlhood when she immigrated to desired quantity and quality of butter is no certainty The rice paper of the calm yourself my good woman O my poor husband and limbs of the trees were covered basin formed by the mountain side and California and became the property of Chinese is made in the same general Mr Hayes withaae you ejaculated the this He WontShe go riding a getle with thick yellow lichens which were the heaps of ashes that lay in a regular my emplover I approached her with way as the papyrus of the ancient my poor husband Havetyou HOLDING BACK THE MILK evening as fine as hair and hung like the beard winrow around it a basin about five a great deal of cauton She had a Egyptians by placing in proper order mother and then the chorii3 of the He Yes indeed I candnve of a patriarch The trees too were hundred feet deep and quarter of a mile nervous way of switching her tail and IIow the Objcctionablo Habit May Bo layers of fibers and cementing them children would almost reach high C horse him with one hand-- She 1 11 go Overcome loaded with orchids that rare plant so across from the top of one bank to the picking up her right hind foot that 1 with sizing or glue The first patent I will release your husband said Mr Chicago Tribune A cow carries her milk from one meal for paper making was taken out in Hayes at last much prized by botanists and sought top of the other The bottom was didnt like and felt solicitous about I Come to morrow and is hereby collectors from all over the honey combed with craters where it carefully put ruy hand on the cows of her calf to another or from one England in 1665 but it was for making see me but do not bring your chil HoodWhat an the difference between a One angry brakemaa and h dren world Dead trunks covered with moss looked as if the earth had broken through lninc orr1 ortiioofl lirr Tvif fhncn trfntlp milking to another held firmly in res blue paper such as is used by bakers the other shears breaks the dams and that seemed almost phosphorescent in irregular circles There were seven words so Brindle so She seemed ervoirs distriDuicci an tnrougn tnc The next for making writing papers The next day she was promptly on with considerable visor Mercliant t arose like phantoms in our way Huge or eight of these craters some of them to like the affection which I displayed was in 1675 and covered writing and hand The President accompanied her Traveler thorny cacti like the candelabra of centuries old the last and largest having I fondled her until I thought the coast udder The valves which open and printing papers St Louis to the Department ot Justice looked Children chilÂ¬ Fashionable Ma giants were on every side while the opened within the memory of living was clear and I could get in my work close the passages from those reservoirs over the papers in the trivial case and dense growth of underbrush made it men The older ones were black and and richly earn my salary to the teats are under the control of the not only pardoned Tim but wrote a dren stop that noise Sit down and Whyr whats Children almost impossible for the horses to push half filled with ashes cast from those of the muscles which close letter to the State authorities requesting keepquieL ma Punishment for Crime I commenced milking but somehow will but like Ma Doggie is through later origin while the new one as it or other no milk rewarded my labor the neck of the bladder thev arc nat-them to remit the fine which was done the matter papers have expressed Tim was received with open arms by taking his nap T Mail K Several French Through this we kept climbing until is called perhaps a quarter of a centu- Â¬ The brindle cow evidently was aw are urally and constantly kept closed and An exchange states that Wisconsin the horses were exhausted and the moon ry old was bottomless as far as we that I was a new hand upon the ranch are only relaxed and opened by a special their surprise at the increase in the the happy family and has since that went down For some inscrutable could see and its walls were yellow with 1 made one great exertion to exact the effort of the will At milking time number of murders during the last few time kept within the pale of the law furnishes more poetry and pine lumber other State in the reason but really for no reason sulphur and white with half burned fluid from her The brindle cow as I these valves by a relaxation of the but the criminai statistics for Coyle says the family overwhelmed him than any poetry and pine lumber Union Why Why say unanimously Washington Capital whatever it is considered best to limestone It was dangerous to go near was afterwards informed nervouly been published Ipt down in a flood nnon finri th not say kindling and kill two birds milk make the climb in the night but we the edge for the banks are concave picked up her right hind leg and gently wtth one stone Through Mail couldnt go any further so a fire was and thin crusts of earth reach over tied a knot iu mv abdomen When the the teats This relaxation does not last afford an ample explanation of this for FARM EDUCATION built the animals were unsaddled and them but we cast huge stones over and concussion came 1 shot up into the sky long After a little the special effort to they tell us that though twenty live An amusing story is told of a lec Â¬ given their supper we swung our ham- Â¬ heard them strike the sides of the crater like a rocket and in descending landed 11U1U upeu tut viuves licaoca ui nivsj persons were condemned to death only What Is Needed in Order to Bring Farm Â¬ turer who in discoursing on the subject mocks in the trees and wrapping our- Â¬ as they went down into an abyss which head first in the watering trough when instinctively close again shutting oil three were executed When it is con What use can of Health inquired ing Abreast of Sister Industries selves in blankets lay down to pleasant man has never measured How long I was kindl- - removed to more congenman make of the time while waiting the flow from the reservoirs to the teats considered that iu addition to those A young farmer can educate himself a dreams Before he could begin they were in reaching the bottom and ial quarters by the farmer and his two and retaining in the reservoirs any milk condemned to death at least twice as for a doctor The blazing fire frightened the ani- Â¬ what they found when they got there grown daughters the milk pail was rent which may have not passed out The mauy were found guilt of wilful mur- Â¬ to the highest capacity and find means his answer to hi3 inquiry some one in mals of the forest and all around us would be interesting to know but this in fragments while the corral was badly habit of not giving down consists in der but with extenuating circum- Â¬ of nrofitablv apolvinsr his knowledge the audience called outi He can make stances which makes it impossible for upon the farm Even his study of his will we could hear the protests of the tiger volcano has never been scientifically ex littered up with the remnants of my shortening the time of this relaxation Boston Transcript whose crv is like that of a child Now amined and very few people have ever clothing To tell you the truth I didnt thus stopping the flow from tho res- Â¬ the Court to pass the capital sentence aesthetics is not a waste of mental force romantic scribe thus describes A and then the deeper tones of the moun- Â¬ been to the craters edge ervoirs to the teats before the milk it is apparent that only three out of for artistic gardens and lawns and the first kiss of a newly wedded couple know it was loaded were sent tain lion could be distinguished but We were glad we went while we were Up the perfume swept avenue of love In the middle of the night of the is all drawn The circumstances which seventy or eighty murderers they were more frightened than we for down there but were sorry when Ave same eveniug that this accident hap- Â¬ tend to make a cow shorten this period to the scaffold It is a bad sign too good architecture are highly essential and under the roseate archway of Hy Â¬ the fire was terror to them as it was tried to go back for the walls at the pened I was rudely awakened by the of relaxation are rough treatment fear that French juries are acquitting a larger upon the farm A thorough chemical men they had passed into the joy lit a comfort to us the altitude being some-Â¬ basin are loose ashes light and flinty farmer placing his hand upon my grief solicitude loud noises in short proportion of prisoners and out of 3299 physiological and botanical training realms ot that higher and holier exist- Â¬ thing more than 9000 feet and the tem- Â¬ and our feet snnk into them almost to bruised legs saying Ned its time to anything that attracts attention and cases tried bj jury last year more than will come into play every day and then ence where soul meets soul on limpid if one is ambitious what more laudable waves of ecstatic feeling and hearts perature forty Farenheit The birds the knees It was fun coming down get up come rouse jourself makes the cow uneasy The circum- Â¬ 800 resulted in a verdict of acquittal equivalent to a proportion of work can he do than to add to scientific touch hearts through the blended chan chattered and gossiped being awak Â¬ sliding and leaping into the soft sub I thought in my waking moments stances which produce a prolonged re- This i s ened by the unusual light and disturb- - stancebut going up it was a task that that the brindle cow had again struck laxation are comfort and quietude and twenty four per cent whereas ten years investigation such as will enlarge the nel of lips in rapture linked----2- r XI ago the proportion was about seventeen possibilities of stock and grain producsnee in their solitude There was little at times seemed to be bejond endur me Getting up I lighted the tallow freedom from disturbance and excite Graphic sleep for any of us as the situation was ance Ihe ashes were fresh and crisp candle in my boudoir and laboriously ment together with the relief which per cent and half of the total number tion and economize labor besides Such Yes said Mrs Catchem those When a tried at the assizes had one or more a work is a boon to our fundamental in- Â¬ are mv daughters over there on the so weird and the noises our advent and there was no sign of vegetation for pulled on my trowsers or what was left the flow of milk occasions than one previous conviction recorded dustries and should not be held in con- Â¬ sofa they have half a million between awakened so strange to our ears At a distance of a thousand feet or more of them Coming down stairs the cow has fiom any cause acquired a against them St James Gazelle tempt by any one however ambitious them SS0 we were to be called and continue down the outside bank against which farmer said Ned as you had pooi habit of shortening the time of letting It was not until after they and self conscious of great abilities were married to those daughters that the ascent so as to Teach the top of the the wind was constantly blowing luck in the dairy last night you can down it is very difficult and some- The rural industries if they could re- Â¬ the two young men who overheard the Bovine Life in Holland mountain by sunrise We were all and where one would think it would wrestle with the wood pile awhile be- times impossible to overcome it The dis- tain the wealth of intellect their profits above remark found out that Mrs awake long before the time and lodge dust and seeds from the fore breakfast As I went out doors a best way is to avoid all occasions of At one oclock wc leave for Amster Â¬ are helping to put into other lines of Catchem referred to the rich old odger leaving the hammocks hanging and forests so near and so numerous The little faint streak in the eastern horizon turbance and observe well those which stripping ourselves of every possible wall of ashes arose at least 500 and in foretold that in the course of three or j promote pleasure and quiet for the cow dam by way of the Haarlemer Meer work would be loosened from the tra- who sat on the sofa between th girls encumberance except overcoat and some places 600 feet around the crater four hours the sun would illuminate the and to milk as rapidly as possible con- - which unlike seas of modern times is ditional ruts of old time methods and Mrs Catchem couldnt tell a tife but- food we were in the saddle We noticed a very marked odor of sul- Â¬ surface of nature I sleepily picked up sistent with comfort with a view to provided with good macadam roads spring into active advancements char- she knew how to speak the trutfc ad-acteristic of the mechanical arts The vantageonsly Nbrristewn KeralL promptly and followed the guide as he phur in the crater while we were there the saw and commenced to lay the getting the milk before the letting Here we find the typical Dutch houses bone and sinew of the country life plunged into a darkness that could be and our guide who crawled close to foundation for an appetite for break- Â¬ down ceases Milking rapidly does Mrs Sniverly is the wifeof tlw cut with alcnife There is darkness the edge reported vapor coming from fast I was so sleepy and sore that I not mean jerking sharply or moving and everywhere canals instead offences should not be taken from it en account Captain of a New York militia com and darkness but that we encountered the bottom but the rest of us could not could not exert myself and laying the with hasty or irregular motions in the On stopping at a fine large farm house of any mistaken idea that other lines ftanv She attended a review sot long in that tropical forest was double dyed perceive it There were many evidences saw down I fell asleep with as much presence of the cow Such a course for a glass of milk we are requested to of work are more honorable and better since at which her hasbd was the We might a well have been blindfolded of recent discharges however one of composure as the fat boy in Pickwick would counteract the very thing aimed take off our shoes before entering la fitted for men of talent Our farms need commanding officer Mrs Sniverly at The motion of the milker should not our desire to ascertain the truth of the some Newtons Franklins and Edisons laughed all ths way home and when in a cotfin at the bottom of a grave the most pronounced being the pres- Â¬ I hadnt been asleep more than half There was a path a trail among the ence of flakes of sulphur on the ground an hour before I was ronghlv awakened be such as to attract her suspicions stories as to the bovine life in Holland upon them to bring them abreast of after she got home she was asked whi trees but the guide couldnt follow it wiiiuu uiubL nave oeen aepositea tnere by the farmer crying Come I dont They should be deliberate aud cool but we accede to this demand and find their sister industries in this advancing wa3 the cause of her merrimeat she have not been the professions on horseback so he dismounted and since the last rainfall I when set down to the milking nothing that the pomp and luxury do have their age After millions of our impoverish replied pay you to sleep I pay you to work It was the funniest thing ha youth the a few more should be allowed to interrupt or retard exaggerated The cows with his feet They failed felt for it It is the prevailing theory among got mad at this rough interruption to world to see my husband who aevr the and be crept along on his hands and local amateur scientists that the fire act my dreams and as the birds were just the work This will induce continual switches tied up with sfik ribbons tide will surely turn Young men will dares open his mouth at hoaie orderiag in and also see their follyj and parents will be lest knees and that method of locomotion ive volcanoes 01 crista rtca are con- Â¬ beginning to carol their praises to the letting down by giving continual relief possess easy chairs to sit all those men about and thy doiag being rather unsatisfactory he lit a nected by underground passages and morniugdawn I left the farm for good j to the udder The milker should bear feather beds all reports to the contrary urgent to drive them from the good for just what ke told them2L Y do candle he had in his pocket and plodded are all chimneys of the same terrestrial As I passed out of the gate I heard the constantly in mind the fact that the being slanders Further than this lean tune of the country to misfortune in the Sun along furnace that more than one is seldom farmer remark to one of his grown up letting down is short and that every not go can not corroborate the state Â¬ city National Live Stock Journal They were young andromamtlcr asd The path went zigzag up the moun Â¬ active but that at least one is always in daughters who stood in the doorway j moment should be availed of to the ment that they are read to when weary Hub under the although the minute haad was point Â¬ Jttiirht tain side like the trail of a goat It ran a state of eruption as an escape for gas If I had a bov as lazv as that I would l best advantage When the miiK ceases or that those which are near sighted shadow of herein the Hill monument ing to twelve oclock they stood BBoa Bunker George to flow the milking should stop at once wear gold rimmed spectacle a few hundred feet on the bias at a and vapors from the subterranean fires make an editor out of him Aud from where stands the Cradle of Liberty ths the porch gazing at the stars ThAts grade of about forty five degrees and that it is universally the rule for earth- Â¬ that moment I resolved to be a news- whether it is all out or not 1 here is no F Fiske in Outing Old South Church and the spire of that Jupiter dear isnt ft she awowwedÂ¬ Then reversing ran up about the same quakes of great force to follow a sup paper man The great success which I use in hanging on after the milk stops Yes pet and thats Swine he re Captain John Ayers of Santa Fe other church n which hung aloft the grade and distance in the other direc Â¬ presaon of activity in all of them and a have achieved in journalism is largely coming as it only cultivates and con- Â¬ SAr plied pointing to aotiwr ste To New Mexico who went to New Mexico beacon light of Paul Revere where the tion presenting a series of acute angles sense of relief alwa s prevails when the due to the fact that at one time firms the habit of holding back she coeL B kiiLlhr you Sirious in early first overt act of the Revolution was like an enormous rail fence Just as discharges are heavy and frequent But worked on a farm when a boy for give a cow the least possible occasion with the California volunteerscommand i committed by dumping the tea into the several times Thence is the best days and for a time was in Jfawl Mr Whitehorse was turning one of while the interruption of activity is im- Â¬ twelve dollars a month with board and for holding back her milk Thats Mars tfbvs ocean couldat be believed that our cus- Â¬ and said a Marcy those corners where the slope of the mediately succeeded by upheavals else- Â¬ washing thrown in as an inducement way to prevent her from forming such of Fort review publishes hastwo column tom tailors can not dispose of a piece of thats pas she whfeped as a ot discovered stating he a habit and the surest and readiest way article mountain side was almost perpendicu- Â¬ where earthquakes are frequently felt for srood behavior Stockton Maverick inside aad if step to make her forget it after it has been the original warm and mineral springs American goods although superior in man sounded rotten log though not in such force while the vol-Â¬ lar his horse stepped upon a hadnt scooted he woM have see J filled up and hid at every particular unless he says it is The ship State of Maine recentlj formed To break up the objectionable which the Aztecs which concluded to roll down the preci canoes are active This is accounted everdreaMtdcLt the Spanish invasion The Engbsh This seems to be incredible more stars thaahe with wwm easy and the time Irs hore went too for by the fact that gas is not emitted as made the dstance across the Pacific ir habit let the milking be quick 1 pceandhe and a pa wears a 22J Trib spring is about four miles east of Santa but is nevertheless true literally and Her Frof Arnold in N obody saw this decidedly novel acro fast as it accumulates and that when it twenty days the fastest time on record regular Detreit Post absolutely true Boston SenlineL 1 Chicago Times une fiktic adventure It was loo dark to see gathers in quantities sufficient to reach dan Francisco UiromctP THEN AND NOW J Â¬ good-natured- Â¬ bill-distribut- or a -- r A j -- -- oa -- ji Â¬ Â¬ ii 1 good-looki- ng andfe-eonfes-sion- al my Vi Globe-Democ- rat I j 1 j a i J Â¬ 41 31 l Â¬ Â¬ I m m Â¬ i j Â¬ i Â¬ j I Â¬ m - -- j Â¬ m m poiadfrd tWjig tor A Â¬ J di fsyHfrTr - jfjP - -- r -- nr 3 a p ii1 J SOS THD HERALD ia Eaieeed s Vote next Monday for a new eonstitu- tion for Deuby S Godsey for reprsent-ative ana lor whomsoever you please lor 1 1 Yiar Alwys ii Advance treasurer They are both democrats JtBTkfi safest way to transmit money by one running upon the authority of the mail tcfey Registered letter post office mon State Central and Executive committees ep rder or draft oa CiHcuinatL Money sent and the other is the regular nominee of tkk way will be At oar risk the prohibition party Hazel Green Postoffice as aeodad class Mail matter z jc --The new street railwav bridge span- ning the Ohio Eiver at Henderson ivy which was formally opened to traffic on the 18th inst is one of the finest struct- Â¬ ures of the kind in the country Its length proper is 3686 feet but the apÂ¬ proaches which are elevated on trestles to be aboye high water will make its length in all four and one sixth miles w1 U ft J To advertise successfully one must for representative George Streets and our county will be heralded all over advertise right straicht along said a HAZEL CREEN KY prominent New York dry goods merthe State as the banner county WEDNESDAY JULY 29 1885 We once hit upon a novel expe- Â¬ chant O ii over You can buy more paper and envelopes dient however of ascertainingread what We for 25 cents at this office than you can area our advertisements were published a couple of half column ads For Bepresenttive from Montgomery anvwhere in the mountains in which we purposely misstated a half Leaf Tobacco Live Stock and all kinds Country Produce Menifee Powell And Wolfe counties dozen Historical facts STATE NEWS taken in exchange for Good or in settlement of Notes and Accounts DEALERS IN- Did you get any replies DftURY S CODSEY J T F DAY President Cleveland has accepted 3 Your trade is respectfully solicited I should say we did In less than a the resignation of W M Bunn as gov- Â¬ week we received between 300 and 400 4S20TOCXXEXT3 ernor of Idaho E B MAY J C SWANGO letters from all parts of the country from Hon J Monday of Owensboro has people wishing to know why on earth we COUXTY JUDGE We axe authorized to announce G B been appointed special agent for the gen Â¬ kept such a consummate fool who knew SWANGO a candidate for re election as eral land office so little about American history The Judge T Lyle Dickev of the Illinois letters kept pouring in for three or four Coaaty Judge subject to the action of the V jSl supreme court and a native of Bourbon weeks It was one of the best paying deasocrstic party W county Ky died at Atlantic City X J ads we ever printed Our letters came on the 22d inst from schoolboys girls professors clergy- Â¬ SVSAYTOWN KY Ollie Brown who killed Marshal men school teachers and in two instances Gen Ulysses S Grant soldier states Freeman at Versailles two years ago was from eminent men who have a world- Â¬ Keep constantly on hand everything kept in a first class country store We do sun citizen passed from life to death at on the 21st inst sentenced to 14 years in wide reputation I was more impressed not secure trade hy misrepNsention hut hy fair and honest dealing We carry 6 H DEAH KITE at Mt llOregor N Y-- on Thursday last the penitentiary POLLARD with the value of advertising from those world now just before 8 oclock and the Dr B F Johnston of Lawrence two advertisements than I should have The Largest and Best Stock of Ccods and sell for saourne bis loss as they never before county Kentucky convicted on the been by volumes of theories Importers charge of perjury has been sentenced to Least Money of any House in Town Mourned the loss of man He was the i EV- the penitentiary for one year The Herald will sell you 24 sheets of We have also connected with our business greatest general America ever saw the Col Henry Giltnes old regiment note paper for 10 cents Fine white en- Â¬ most magnanimous the world ever knew the 4th Kentucky Confederate cavalry velopes at 10 cents a package A First Class Steam Flouring and Saw Mill To the stricken family expressions of will have a reunion Aug 27th at Liberand will guarantee satisfaction Respectfully c all sympathy and condolence have found ty Station Carroll county to which are The Southern Bivouac for August will ex Confederate and Federal soldiers their way from every hamlet in the land invited SVSAY T M Wright be a Battle Number SWANGO Those who felt his strong arm in war be-Â¬ Robert- Â¬ contributes an article entitled A Glimpse Drs Frank O Young M P G B SWANGO W T SWANGO ing the foremost to extend to his family son and Thos W Foster have been ap-Â¬ of Ferry ville of A P Ford descrihes theÂ¬ SamHardees Corps board of pension Last Battles PROFESSIONAL nations Lave pointed as the medical their sympathy and other examiners at Lexington Drs D Ben- Â¬ uel Seay gives A Private Recollection President nett M S Scott and Silas Evans have of Stone River paused fitting resolutions O Major Sanders in his M KASH papers on lioou s uampaign readies order- Â¬ been dropped Cleveland issued a proclamation CO ATTORNEY AT LAW MU UUHIV Owing to the almost total failure of Nashville and describes that nrron t Kofi lo ing the Executive Mansion at Washing DEALEC5 IN the wheat crop there is at present but ms article win oc accompanied oy a col- Â¬ o to be draped in mourning for thirty Hazel Green Ky ored map of the battle field and portraits very little money in respect to his makes business dull incirculation which of Generals Thomas Hood S D Lee T Will practice in Wolfe and adjoinine coun daya ia testimony of all branches and aaemory accounts are standing open and unpaid J Wood H D Clayton and E IL Pet- - ties Collections will receive prompt atten- HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY tus Braggs Campaign in Kentucky tion at Georgetown Ky Beattyville Enterprise Vandorn Bai Â¬ in 1862 is describodv by Bisil W Duke AMUELMcKEE KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FELL ASSOETEENT OF AND The trial of the Tolliyee faction at ley escaped from the guards that had from the Confederate standpoint and by him in charge in Proctor last Saturday General C C Gilbert of the Federal LAW ATTORNEY AT Morehead for the murder of Raybuex Staple and Fancy Dry Coeds Ready made Clothiri nr J army Price 200 Subscriptions re- Â¬ No 441 W Jefferson Street closed on the night and has not yet been caught His ceived at this office in Rowan on June 28th wounds are considered in a dangerous Hats Caps Coots Shoes Queensware Tinware LOUISVILLE KY Slst inst resulting in the acquittal of condition in this hot weather and he Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer Â¬ sPractices all the State Courts all of them Justice W M Mooee holdÂ¬ may vet die somewhere in the woods The Herald will sell you legal cap spcciul attentionin jriven to business ofand all S W COE PEARL ANOViXE STREETS ies Steves and Farming Smplements Owing to a split in the democratic foolscap or letter paper for 15 cents a kinds in the United States Courts ing that they should be held overto cir-Â¬ In fact even thing usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOit PRICES cuit court without bail while Justice W party in the legislative district composedÂ¬ quire of the counties of Nicholas and RobertPOUTER LACEY AIko will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any ueot due us all kinda of CINQEATTo W Phillips held that they should be son O S Denning a republican lawyer Gen Geaxt will be burled in Central Country Produce and Live Stock of every description discharged hence their discharge in ac-Â¬ of Mt Olivet is announced a3 a candi- Â¬ Park New York and a mausoleum be ATTORNEY AT LAW date at the request of people of both par- Â¬ erected for the honored remains For cordance with the law made and pro NOTARY PUBLIC AND EXAMINER OF TTH vided in such cases3 The whole affair ties and there is no doubt that he will this purpose a committee of New Yorks y REPOSITIONS JH carry the county possibly the district most distinguished and wealthy citizens is looked upon generally as a farce with Beattyville En terpris It may not be will raise the fund The funeral cere 1 TTAZEL GREEN KY sbat little fun in it for the States finance generally known but it is a fact that in mony will take place on Saturday Aug Tpffli LYKTNS TJILLIN TT iiacansequent disrespect for thepeoples the little churches in the mountain coun- Â¬ Sth and the Nation will take part n V5y X M Quillin J C Lykins ties of Kentucky where such disorder purse prpoirrEcs axt joebebs o collections are and lawlessness Buy your lead pencils pen holders Attorneys at Inv and Ileal Estate Agents Immediately after the decision of the taken up in aid ofprevails missions when foreign Campion Ky and ink at The Herald office and save Is now manufacturing Ten different styles of Plain and Fancy Wrought Iron Fencing and Dry Court was announced according to a spe- Â¬ they could spend every nickel of their monev Titles examined taxes paid for arc ready to take contracts for putting up same Persons wanting a strietlv Wrought Collections a specialty Real Estate Iron Fence and that the best in the world can buy no other We also make a style cial to the Courier Journal an officious- - monev at home in educating the heathen -r For the fourth time the First-- Ken Â¬ The Southern Bivouac for August will bought and sold on commission Will prac adapted to em losing country burying grounds Our Fences are not only the most subÂ¬ Tuted Race axd looking personage stepping through the tice in Wolfe and adjoining counties tucky or orphan brigade and Helms stantial but the handsomest over made and a yard enclosed by one of them is greatly guard of soldiers laid his hand upon the regiment of Kentucky cavalrv will meet contain The Song of the Raid set to GNiaSicEET r enhanced in beauty and value Our Machine Department is supplied with the most modto stir music R R 13 GARDNER arm of Ceaig Toltjver who was just in reunion at Glasgow on the lOth of Aug- Â¬ all the after a manner Price the blood of workmen cannot be excelled in skill experience or honest per Â¬ ern maehincrv and our old raiders 200 Sub- Â¬ formance of their duties We REPAIR ALL KINDS OF MACHINERYantl inake about to Teceive the congratulations of ust next Federal soldiers arc cordially scriptions received at this office bpecialv of AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN his friends btanding about him and said invited to be present The meeting last HATS GLOVES was a glorious suc- Â¬ orfVt The Herald will sell you gilt ed O HAZEL GREEN KY in cool low tones You are my prison- Â¬ year at Elizebethtown coming from Glas cess butf rom reports No other aliop outside of Lonisville can say the same er For the first time and then only cow thisonewillbe in no manner behind note paper for 10 cents a quire S Offers bla services to the people of Wolfe SSaw mill men will do well to call on us or write for information Catalogues furnished on application to instant since the beginning of Policeman Maloney who shot and for an amrinljoining counties TireOrdTJfelhrblc CHAPTER 27 this trial was Tolliyee seen to blanch killed Julius Johnson colored of Louis- Â¬ AN ACT for taking the sense of the good - KASH MT in neonle of this Commonwealth as to the TTJR J and cower He was taken from the ville in Chicago on June 16th has been held 10000 bail The shooting was necessity and expediency of calling a court room under guard the papers of his unprovoked The youner bov Johnson PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON uonveuuon to nmena xne uonsiuuiion Corner Pearl and Vine Cincinnati would arrest looked into and put contrary to his was grooming a race horse there when and to ascertain the nnmher of perMmi Tenders his professional services to the citi entitled to vote for Representatives here express their thanks for past favors to vigorous protest into jail whence he will the policeman fired upon and killed him Whereas experience has pointed out izens of Wolfe and adjoining counties all their old cn sioiuers and still ask con Â¬ The officers only excuse for the deed is Ofliice atrcsidence on Broadway taken to morrow to Cincinnati to answer DEALER IN that he thought the bov acted suspi the necessity of amending the constitu tinuance of their trade sw IIAZEL GREEN KY an indictment for robbery found against ciously tion and the necessity and expediency of We always lccena good stockantl Under him by the Hamilton county grand jury A rather singular disease occurred calling a Convention for that purpose B TAULBEE 31 D Jffh Fant with bis good looks at all in the herd of cattle belonging to and on therefore in 1882 Be it enacted hy the General Assembly of times be ready toarait- upon vein of near Stamping the Commonwealth of Kenntucky IIAZEL GRELT KYV Tolliyee was indicted inHowan coun- Â¬ the farm in Mr J Bond of which Ground Scott county six or 21 General Election Physician Surgeon That at the next ty in 1876 for cattle stealing and fled eight very fmesteers died very suddenly Accoucheur MT STERLING KY SO 10 MAIN STREET remain- Â¬ He at once had the physicians of the held for representative to the General the country going to Ohio He Assembly it shall be the duty of the sev- Â¬ Tenders his professional services to the peoed there until the indictment in Rowan neighborhood called to see the living eral Sheriffs and other Officers of Election ple of Wolfe and adjoining counties in of Jrr was filed away While in Ohio he was ones and they pronounced the disease to open a poll for taking the sense of the Office at residence on Hazel Green Heights CLOCKS FROM ONE 100 DOLLAR UP ileuro M Bond immediatemarried and in company with three y had pneumonia the twenty eight head people as to calling a Convention to amend 1G3 Tine Street Cincinnati Ohiei the rest of 2 oo One Day Clock strike High and make a return to the other men robbed his mother-in-laALLISON SMITrT burned so the disease would the Constitution dlled and 75 Rnv Jonx J Dickey Principal begins Secretary of State for the time being of The type on which this paper prlntM3L7ros could not spread to his neighbors the names of all those entitled to vote for its sixth term August 4th 1SS5 Students jititrJit Xiv viociCj and it is said killed a man in effecting or o 75 the above foundry Korroic Haunn- unci x lou in Instrumental music SOLID SILVER WATCHES call- Â¬ can enter at any time the robbery He deserted his family stock 9 00 who have voted for is taught Board at very reasonable rates Beattyville Enterprise Dock Bailey Representatives B convention 1 00 and as was said came to Morehead and had his trial Friday as one of the mur- Â¬ ing such A Library of 500 volumes recently donated Silver Plated Spoons g2 That for any failure to perform by friends and the principals private libraifParticular attention paid to Repairing Call and see mr goods was entirely lost sight of by the authori- Â¬ derers of Howard in Proctor last week the duties prescribed in the first section ry free to students The schools past reT mr ties in Ohio until the recent troubles at The trial was before Esqs Pryse and of this act every Sheriff or other return- Â¬ cord is its best assurance for the future JOHN W JONES Morehead which have brought him so Howell the defense being represented ing officer shall be liable to a fine of six and Col this prominently into notice It is needless by H L Wheeler of and place Common hundred dollars to be recovered by indict- Â¬ Ladies Will Find at Miss M S Hoyts ESTABLISHED IN Clark of Booneville the to say that he was decidedly an unmar-Â¬ wealth by County Attorney B W Twy ment of the Grand Jury in any court hav Â¬ A fine black kid glove at lfio Lighten ing jurisdiction and shall also upon con- Â¬ kids 4 button Silk and Lisle thread WHOLESALE ried man at the latter place man The evidence was so conclusive of viction be subject to removal from office gloves 125 black and colors Ruchings in in murder that the prisoner was held over 3 jt That it shall be the duty of the erepe leiss and muslin muslin at 25 cents a Elsewhere it will be seen that Judge to circuit court without bail He was Ulhcers ot said Election to propound to box Infants muslin bonnets 50 cents up Dry MT STERLINGMonday Corsets in great variety Do you vote pins andeardrdps in sets Plated 1Jewelry in G B Swaxgo announces himself a can- Â¬ closely guarded in jail till for safe whenÂ¬ every voter the question up Lace from keephe was taken to Richmond 729 7S1 and 733 John A Carter And pins Mourning Jewelry in sets from 5 cts for calling a Convention or not Total Assets of Agency - Si43848y7SO 80 didate for re election as county judge ing James O- - Carter if such voter shall answer in the affirma- up Collar buttons 30 to 50 cts in gold and 1SS5 Eoyal of Liverpool 31000000 00 1861 London and Lancashire DAForline V3IAIN STUEET We have taken some pains to investigate combs 375 to of Liverpool 9260000 00 Jo C Bethel GENERAL AND FOREIGN NEWS tive his name shall be recorded as voting silver Silver Rhiue htone gold silver shell 1S36 Liverpool and London his official history and find that he has 800 Hair ornaments in for said Convention and Globe of England 36875000 00 1S10 Hartford of Hartford 45 11240 CO J G Carter Jr j LOUISVILtEKY 3 to 5 each and jet Gold necklaces Â¬ troops in Kashgaria 1849 Springfield ot Springfield 25S5633 00 MercanThe Chinese 1809 North British 4 That all Assessors are hereby remade an excellent officer that the in Coral bracelets 25 ots per pr Ladies hand Â¬ 00 1863 Fireiuens Fund of Cali Â¬ tile of England debtedness of the county has been wiped near the Russo Chinese frontier are be- quired to enroll in a column which each satchels 1 up All kinds of hair work 1794 Ins Co of North America 33301000 CLABKvVf fornia 1473026 00 reinforced shall open in his Assessors book made 971096 33 1S69 Xorth western National 00 out notwithstanding the many improve- Â¬ ing The assistant postmaster at Ports- Â¬ purpose the names of all citizens for that done to order BraidsWe sellfrom combings of Philadelphia J1ISS9 having at 50 els per otiilcc braids made 1710 Office of London 5863001 00 1750 Niagara of New York 1874035 00 ments made under his administration mouth Ohio and 2000 of Uncle Sams the right to vote for representatives for from long eveirimir at 3 to 10 gray 5 to 17S2 Sun Fireof London 5382916 46 1S65 Boatraans Pittsburg Phenbc 411499 00 Sievers Carsotr Kiard ware to mail 10 that a respectable court house adorns the money have simultaneously disappeared the year 1885 But saia Assessors shall Cor Orders bvUpperpromptlv attendedKY Company- - in order to be reliable must be guaranteed bj successful and well known Insurance IiEXlNGTOX Church is said Mrs Grants share of the not em oil in such column the name of any It county scat that he takes great pride in corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental cempanics being dear vt any price 637 W ILicr Snu profits from the sale of Personal Me- person unless they shall at the time know Highest TUB advancing his countys interests that moirs of U S Grant will not be less that he is entitled to vote for Representa- Â¬ Honor The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as they rwu OSISVILErKt in short he is wrapped up in the welfare than 300000 Worlds Exposition would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds in trust Look to ability a3 the tive of said election and such knowledge -k II GILLIE J A HOFF3LAN paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully Later advices from Spain place the shall be founded only upon 1 the per- Â¬ of the people and will be a hard man to vvxrn Office At Traders and Deposit Bank defeat the people knowing these facts total number of new cases of cholera on sonal acquaintance of the Assessor or2 2237 and the total number sufficient information obtained by him di- Â¬ the 20th at as they do re a IVlcCCRD 6c AYDEtOTTi rectly from the person whose name is en- Â¬ of deaths at 971 I 51 IN EWWRSMITHofthe B F 3XcCoiuncx 11 Cox- J A gentleman who has traveled over rolled or 3 a satisfactory statement un- EDuGA HUll pnMMPRPIAL tfriLL FRP Next Monday is election day and you the Southern Staaes says that the pros- der oath from other credible persons who Ky MODEL PLANING MILL should go to the polls and vote for a new pects of the farmers are better than for know the facts necessary to the qualifica- Kentucky University Lexington yesr FROZEN CREEK Students can fcegln any treeX day during the LOUISVILLE KY to complete the Foil Diploma Kuuceu tion of such voter Anv Assessor enroll- - So vacation Time Average total coBt iucladlai Tci constitution and for Druey S GODSEy twentv years past Breathitt County - Kentucky Cuure atwut 10 eiu and Board in a family 5BO Telegraphy The president nas designated uapt mp in said column any name without tinu t of Bok and Type Writiajt ipteialtin Literary D B GEEEN for representative No matter what your OPENED Jesse M Lee 9th U S infantry as In- such knowledge or information shall be Phonography Ladies received Otct 6000 Successfclut HAVE irST RECEIVED AND variety of Course free politics he has no opposition and for the dian agent at Cheyenne and at the Arapa- deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and find Graduates 0r pupils last year from 15 to 5 years the finest line in both quality and practically zud Individually TYIIITE GREEN HXJFFAlCERji i4 Xrom 22 itate IzutruelloD course for Teachers and BasiManufacturers of and Dealers in 10 tcaeher- - Special honor of Wolfe county let it be said that hoe agency Indian territory in a sum not less than twenty nor more iruprted tTUniversity Diploma t relented to Ita era lnates Wholesale Dealers in Men city An Eastern paper thinks that the than fifty dollars for each and every name TiiU Iantiralrailroadsiwied for Its Lcshhfulcess and ociy and SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS Rough be goes to the legislature with the unani Â¬ on nd Dressed Lumber Doors candidate for the repub- thus improperly enrolled which fine may U Tlieleading Book which received the tlzhest aard atComthe Text mous endorsement of the people the most prominent P JL Inte 015 West 3laic Street 7 Exposition for lu Extensive Practical and lican nomination for the presidency in be recovered in any Court having jurisdic- Â¬ Worlds sviiem of lluintss Education la used only at this ever brought to the mountains and will sell 7 Tl f7rfin nhentivc whole people SASH BLLNDS oUjZC- - It l the 1888 will be John Sherman tion and shall be for the benefit of the wenff nd guaranteeseh3pet follese withtoJhe Iilf hot endorw them cheaper than the same classof goods LOOSVGLEKy its deerrln grada success In busibes J A Huffaker can be had elsewhere in EasternKcntucky Secretary Manning has prepared and common schools Said Assessors shall be axes For circulars and full particulars addrcs Its President AXD ALL KHTDS OF BtJXLDIXG MATEBIAL Iiexington Ky WXLBTJB E SMITH There being no opposition to Mr God Â¬ is sending out a circular letter w manu- Â¬ governed in all cases by the laws then in Money Saved is Wloney Made sey he is the candidate of the people facturers interested in the industrial arts force to prevent illegal voting Said col- Â¬ Therefore be wise and place yonr monev JIT STERLING KY IN THE OLD RELIAJLE asking their views as to the feasibility of umn written in a fair and legible manner where it will do von the most good WE the people of Wolfe county especially WUL SELL YOU MORE GOODS FOR shall be returned with said Assessors book JOHIST and all voters regardless of politics simpliOying the tariff Mrs PHOEHiX INSURANCE GOMfMY OND DOLLAR than anybody We mean Cramer ac- Â¬ to the Auditor who shall make out a copy sister Gen we sav and if vou are at all doubtful call should turn out and vote for him and companiedGrants husband late United of said columns and deposit the same in all by her 1 DEALER IN OF HARTFORD CONN at our new store and satisfy youn elf that we HAZEL GREEN KY f or new constitution to Berne Switzerland the office of the Secretary of State to be StatelrininisCer you want all you neea ana wiu THorse Shoeing a Specialty Buggies have what earth moon and stars for it arrived at New York on Friday per reported by him to the next General As- Â¬ not ask the wagons and all kinds of Farm Took made Remember that on next Monday you steamer VVieland from Hamburg sembly Our fctore is a bran new one located at 5 It shall be the duty of each As- Â¬ and repaired in the best manner the mouth of Frozen creek immediately on The Sha of Persia ha gone to Mesh will be called upon to vote for or against XOT CHEAP IXSURACE aIOUNT STERLING KY the banks of the Kentucky river and the a new constitution and remenber that ed near the Afghan and Russian fron- sessor in office for the year 1885 before he Â¬ stock in it is bran spankiu new also con T Time Tried and Fire Tested upon the duties of his tiers It is supposed that his visit is shall COACHER3 AND ROADSTERS A SPEyou owe it to yourself your family and made in the hope that his presence will office have entered the Judge of the Coun- Â¬ sisting in part of THE BEST IS THE CHEAJJT to go before HAZEL GREEN KY CIALTY your country to Tote for a new consti- Â¬ tend to check the encroachments of Rus-Â¬ ty Court and make the following oath I Cash Capital - 2000000 Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats do solemnly swear that I will faithfully sia upon Pesrsian territorv tution H C HERNCON1 Acnbnrr gSaxiy one wishing to visit Cincinnati g or Louisville can leave their horses with Boots Shoes Hardware It is understood that Corean troops ascertain the number of persons qualified 0 Makes and repairs all kinds of Farming Sizel Green jg me and Test assured that they will receive If you stay away from the polls and are being drilled by Russian officers it to vote for Representative in the district Tools Buggiesuid Wagons No itore in this section would be complete everr attention be watered-- led groomed fail to Tote for a new constitution and is also announced that the Island of for which I have been chosen Assessor for Horse Shoeing will receive especial atten- without having everything for th accom and bedded Soliciting vour custom I re Â¬ EO E TUCK fcixty miles the year WITH 2o of the people hence we carry your taxes are iereaf ter higher please Quelport in the Yellow Seaoccupied by same in 1885 and will carefully report the tion Yours trnly modation main JOHN KEEF the book returned by me as Asses- Â¬ 8 S COMBS south of Corea has been BL9QH GOLDSKfTH TACNAttCd VATJGffif JL J remember that The Herald urged you Russian troops and will be temporarily sor of tax by the first day of May 18S5 Staple and Fancy Groceries i rfr Co H RKfctsiers to vote for it and make your taxes lower held by them 6 Said Assessors are hereby required in such abundance and variety including COMBS p Wholesale Dealers in The high license law went into effect to examine on uath as to his right to vote flour meal bacon salt coffee sugar Ac 612 and 1 1 Main St LOUlSTILIiBCfL- DEALERS I3T we can sell them very cheap or will ex- Â¬ that James W Tate is the democratic in St Louis three weeks ago and it is for Representative any person of whose Dry Goods Notions and Fancy Goods change with you for country produce 73 and 75 WiKcr sowilnee for State treasurer Fountain estimated that 250 wine and beer saloons right so to vote such Assessor has any Â¬ Owing Us Must Pay Us Those have been closed under the operation of doubt whatever and any one thus exam 715 and T17 West Main Street T Fox Jr is the prohibition candidate the law and that some 400 or about a ined who shall knowingly swear falsely as AND LWE STOCK OF ALL KINDS and well have no monkeying about the Writlds Pasecv E LOUISVILLE KY TUY Between 7th and Bth J-- fens Lead Jfeac KrFox we do not knowbut Mr Tate quartef of all the saloons in the city will to his said right shall be liable to all the Cor Main and ilarion Streets m ac matter Respectfully c DAY BROS Koprescnted by J I SXOCK Herald office aad aayeamniy Jane 1 1885 CA3IPTON KY be shut up during the month pains and penalties of the crime of perju- Mi made an excellent officer SPENCER COOPER eggg ts voted for a new Editor Deuey S Godseyconstitution and for Let the news go out to the State next Tuesday that every voter in Wolfe coun- Â¬ A Point in Advertising New York Star Democratic Ticket Â¬ ry and every Assessor shall write oppo Â¬ site to the name of each perscn 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 or the Uommonwcaltu for four weeks nearly or next preceding the election and in one of the daily papers of the City of Louisville for thirty days immediately prior thereto and in every county said Secretary shall cause to be posted at the Court house door a copy of said Bill prin t ed in hand bill form for at least four con secutiye weeks Jbefore such election 8 The Puhlic Printer is berebv re quired toprint five hundred copies of the ourtnjbifthand isixth 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 handsof each AssesÂ¬ sor of tax forthe year 18S5 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 shectand 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- Â¬ ing in place thereof and 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 another copy at some other suitable public place in said precinct and any Of- Â¬ ficer failing to discharge the duties pre scribed in this act shau be fined for each failure twentydollars to be recovered in any court having jurisdiction g9 This act shall take effect from its passage Approved January J 9 1S84 JT j F DAY THE JGHH SHiLUTMHfWf Wholesale aiwl Re4RJkwfctg i eAzel green ky DRY GOODS MOTIONS CLOTHING Boots Shoes Hats Caps Drugs Groceries Queensware Hardware Saddlery Cutlery J DEY rw 3fc GOtS AXP Carry in stock the LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF GENERAL MERCHAN-Â¬ DISE IN EASTERN KENTUCKY Having the experience of many years in our Hue of business we feel justified in asserting to the trade both Wholesale ami Retail that we do can and will meet the wants of our patrons and make it to your interest to patronize us We have an ieimcse stock of every tiling you want or need including Race Seventh iz - Cincinnati LYTLE 0 fr SWANGO Dealers in General Merchandise MAY 96 Pearl3t the aricPobers -- Qneenswaxl Glassware e e- - J SWANGO BRO fcrkkftati LEONMATSg Â¬ GENERAL MERCHANDISE s G to thing CLQTH HOUSE A Â¬ MT STERLING x p sogses ran -- r llbii Tpiipp Eflflpi - iffon liiiP rn FOlibu rUllMlj- 01 lilabjiiiu uiL Louis Stix Oo -- - non-residen- ts Goods and Notions -- Â¬ Â¬ D Gumming ardKar irnermg Saws W CArS DiokinsonvcVCo It BEAN Supt Mt Sterling Ky I JOHN W JONES Clocks HATEGtJBE - J Watches Jew Bin and Largest Stock oMiffdlo jQ - PKAyivIiIr flW Â¬ Eastern Kentucky i w Jackson School E 1 E BOBEHTS Â¬ Â¬ 1845 Carter BroslfGb I The Leading Insurance Agfency CF XY Â¬ Goods and Notions 3 1 Â¬ 4 Â¬ H J M l Â¬ yy - UUMdJy rrrrniT-A-rcADajDEiD w Â¬ Â¬ DAY BROTHERS Wholesale Hatieri - Â¬ Â¬ JOO Mccosmioe cox - Â¬ - Boots and Shoes FEANK TYLER Insure Toii Property BLACKSMITH J PIEEATT KEEE FINE HORSES WMcli deals m Reliable Indemnity c jsl Y Â¬ ijglj BLACKSMITH Â¬ Â¬ G -- WW VAUGHN Davis Mallory Genera Merchandise Mtosif SLXWJg -- -- 1 tV UK jfaan iniPiriii rtf tfcr Jk Jfo awtattr i in ii Ii nilar ttMiajtyrr-mtvnWri-a- i Si SrrnAriffyifS -- - p n Xi- - f T tr V s re 1 5 - Vi T2ft - Vv - i - r t 2 fyi THE HERALD ft iTntj JMwars f j V I i EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS BY Havinc been elected vour County COUNTIES- Judge three years ago permit me to say tbatwneu 1 assumed the duties of theotnee We warn a correspondent in every I found an indebtedness of aboutl500 and Reported by Special Correspondents from Mt ike counties of Wolfe Mor- - a high poll tax which had been hanging ior All Points In the Mountains nathiti Ifenifec Mxoffin nw- - sometime over the citizens Feeling a deep U UK MORGAN COUNTY EatilL Perry and Floyd In interest in the welfare of the people who had was to dis uuk as erery point in ine mountains honored meniy highest ambition by that charge ray entire duties and guided Maytowx July 27 MMenxs so agents dec feeling 1 have labored earnestly for your good As to the result I can only refer to The people of this part of Morgan my official acts county are excited about the proposed taxa Â¬ TIME TABLE Our poll tax is now only 150 which is tion of 200000 to build a railroad through the Petitions are being circulated known Sttudard time 22 sauiutes slower than Mt much less than everand less since any forma this county magistrates of the county to vote of our asking the than tion of the county Sterling rime They are now paying BeX 1 lave Mt Sterling at 7 a m arriving neighboring counties indebtedness valuable down the proposition laid in claim that a Montgomery sides discliarging the similar taxation was Setfcwell t 40 a m 2 leave Hethwell at 9 a m arrives at improvcnWBM have been made upon your county and in consequence thereof the peoIf s court hose bridges have been built in ple have suffered in a financial point of Xt Sterling at 10 50 a m S leaves Mt Sterling at 140 p m ar provciawits have been made on your public view So far as your correspondent can X roads tc at considerable expense All of learn the people are in favor of a railroad rive at Rothwell at 320 p in enormous taxaor liast opposed Jfa 4 leaves Rothwell at 345 p m arrives whichOoVer been paid the the present levy will but areAs to the to such an for the taxation county not owing a tion leaving fully necessity at ML Sterling at 530 p m but would respect- Â¬ Ke 2 eMaects at Mt Sterling with 1105 a single dollarbeen accomplished by closely this deponent suith not of old Morgan that This has fully remiud the people m a4 157 p m trains on C O railway watching the finances of the county and re- Â¬ iron for Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville- - ducing the ordinary expenses and leakages iftfieyever expect to see thevalleys horse they snorting through their fertile -X 3 ABHcte at Mt Sterling with 1105 a I feel tnat 1 liave become thoroughly ac will be necssitated to donate liberally J tsaia en C O from the East and 136 gen The recent troubles here between the p m tram from Louisville and Cincinnati quainted with your necessities and the and eral management of 5 our county affairs and Sextons has not been setIMentgesery countv court day special this coupled with file desire of raising still Culbertsonsfrom present indications it will leaves SftthireU on the 3rd Monday in each higher the standard of our county has tled and meatk at 730 a M-- arriving at Mt Sterling prompted me to say to you that I offer my doubtless be some time before it is It is been Mt Sterling at remembered that these parties at 9 a m Xefami3--Ieave- s a candidate for re election subject having trouble with each other have about for amviac at JSothwell at 430 p m self 3bb however to the action of the democratic 5p 8ix months Last week John W Culberuon leave JUthwwl for Mt Sterling atSupt in party houne of ia Sexton called his GEO B HARPER Should I be so fortunate as to receive your went to theto son Brack the door endorsement and my re election I promise was going to shoot himaud told him that he whereupon he fired you my entire energy for the good of the his heretofore trusty rifles but fortunately HAZEL GREEN KY county have ail JULY 29 1885 WEDNESDAY Heartily thanking you for past favors and missed young Sexton The partiestrial here will Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Hmw To the Voter tei Citixess ad CARD CORRESPONDENCE of Wolfe Bfrih the office hxr xsy thev can nevor ret them as i 13 so far away Mt Sterling spent two days with us lately Mr Trimble preaehed an excellent sermon at White Oak on the 12th inst and every body was well pleased to hear him We will be glad to have them come again Willie Spencer and Samuel Jett have bought all the timber belonging to James Cope They have moved several teams and hands to the timber and are having splen- Â¬ did luck so far It is very warm weather and it brings plenty of loafers to tho shady trees at tins Their only occupation is pitching orse shoes Bruce Trimble and Thoa D Jones of Slip SlK Cash Dry Goods Store WHOLESALE AND RETAIL C E WILLMOT -- - - We are anxious to sell Our Goods and will makeour prices right CB Reese Building The Water of Life for Afflicted Humanity IRON IS KING These springs are located tkree qrtrs of a mile from the eeaatirl towii ofHisel Green - Most of our farmers think that we will have a good mast and if we do it will help the people wonderfully A F Lyon of Bouseau spent a day or two with us last week We hope to see him again soon Ira Taulbee is hauling logs to the steam mill to have lumber cut to repair his house It has been six weeks since we had anjxain and crops will be light in these partsT Stump Orders filled promptly and carefully We have a big drive in a Box toe Boot at 350 extra good Come and see me Tha water cdlais larger per centage of iron than as v other water knlw hence it is the most valuable hvth disease used internally orexlersailr Among the many diseases wlaieh ftesfe heir to and for which thk wtkrfeL water is known to be a positive aad permanent cure are the following CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SELN -- earjf -- WILLMOT - - MT STERLING KY Â¬ Lost Creek July 23 Â¬ have their aud placing my claims in your hands asking been arrestedFrom all reports both parties to morrow cheerfully say adTitaaaf- dwi timentfi inserted your hupport I of the democratic that I will are armed to the teeth and it is feared that party and J er inch fint insertion and 25 abide the action to its nominees be they the eutLis aotyet at 75 ceatc pledge my support isek each stttweqaent insertion Ajrangeinents are being made to run a whom thev may Very rcsiectfully ten months school of a high grade at this G B SWAKGO This is certainly a move in the right irection Teachers who are competent in Personal Paragraphs particular will have the school in charce W H Niekell of Iszcl was in town Now let the people of Wolfe and Morgan Tk eitiaen of Hazel Green will plant on Saturday and Sunday counties give this enterprise the aid it de Â¬ b ailthe acreeis tnis lau GeorgeH McClain made a flying visit serves in a substantial way and we will ies from Caskev Bav roar guarantee that we will have a school second to Maytown and Ezel last Sunday Rck ttom prices for cash Fiera to nbne in Eastern Kentucky - i LOCAL NEWS church on Day Sill Idate builidingFa newDays old store house Â¬ 21 near We hope they will meet with success F M Day and Jerry Noble are operat- Â¬ ing their two large steam mills anil they find sale for the lumber as fast as they can cut it Our farmers are about ready to take a rest from their porn fields The prospects are very promising for a splendid corn crop Bev Henry ifease of the Baptjst church preached to a large crowd ot people July 19th at Liberty church r The following logmen are preparing for their log businiss G T StrongS II Combs A A Combs tc The Methodist denomination contem- - OSBORNE Reapers and Mowers The Best Most Durable and Lightest Riinning Machine on the Market and strength I now eajpy A gentleman of Illinois says I thiak the water of Swango Springs did me rsgtL than all the nostrums I have ever tried I will certainly be withy on again nextsprmgj ItEFEEEXCES E T Smith J G Trimble P L Eeese M Sterling Kv F M Hinkhj Mrs F M Hinkle Wm Clarke Plum Lick ISEASESjSCBOFTfLACA- TABBH EHETJXATISM NEUIiALGIA NER Â¬ G VOUSNESS We append a few of the handwds of tes- Â¬ timonials which have been temjeredatrte the efficacy of this water in dkeaoe One lady writes I aa so thasfel to the Great Giver of all Blessings that I tiL Swango Springs Freely do I give all the time and money snest there for the health t Ky There is the best prospect for a good mast this fall that has been within the past I ten years You can get 125 envelopes and 120 sheets of fine note paper for 75 cents at this office wife of George Bishop the 22nd inst a girL ob Wiaery Bon To the Rousseau Breathitt county on business Co Floyd Day left on last Sunday for By mail for 100 We feare received a Trerv fine specimen fhaUrem Ig C Catron of Poniroyton lU faaV ge- 25 envelopes 24 sheets of paper 1 lead peacil 1 per noiaer anu i pens att at thk efcee for 2 Tk people about Red Hiver say they hare aethai araia ia twenty days and that the carajs looking bad iLThoaaaV will please accept Dr esrthaalaf far sdnie verv fine wild goose jalau jrMch kc jrabea in his garden - J iaaiment removes xnote ana all niMigaMrifn an horses or other stock business X care a pay Sold hy J T F Day Miss Esther daughter of J H Wilson CoL B J Samuel has our thanks for who lias been in Montgomery county since i1 -- Bob Nunnelley with Dunlap Bros of Louisville was in town Tuesday C A Turner of Mt Sterling was reg- Â¬ istered at the Pieratt House last Thursday Miss Ella J Johnson of this place visited friends in Mnj town on Sunday last Capt J P Bogera representing Louis Stix 5c Co of Cincinnati is stopping at the Pieratt Ho use John 3Ioore of Bourbon and Win Gay postmaster at Sideview Montgomery county are drinking Swaugo water for their health Judge J R Botts of Grayson and J G Whitt of Martinsburg were in town on Wednesday last en route to Campton on jirfee - R H Yansant of 3Iartinsburg and MrarNannie Kash will plcns accept Jonas Yansant of West Libert passed basket of the most delicious through town on last Wednesday en route frar thaatnt ayjjf k haebeea our pleaenre to sample in to Campton and returned Thursday jaany years Capt H J Clark one of the most affable commercial men in the country dropped Several pardes in this section owe The xlowi fa Hazel Green last Monday TTftrn chckeas and if you are the indebt like a thunderbolt fronTa cloudless evening ky and yoa are reaested to bring your as usual sold a gotfd bill of goods for the ed fewk at oaee Time is ap j Sievers Carson hardware company of Louisville which firm haaiortune in possessing is Liniment is nronounced by all the services of sschaTUfts a Kern f tomatoes which are the finest May returned to Hazel Green last week to broagat to this office and perfect beauties attend school fra Â¬ Â¬ fr ay J T eM We want MMag have aaed it to be tie greatest remedy rfcesmatam sprains cut bruises etc fc F Day -- a ef equal quality will get the contract Breens liniment is certainly the best e3bination ef remedies for corns neural jpa paias ia thebackTand Fside etc ever pradHced Sold by J Ja3 Some one writes us from Daysborough that J M and JUex Niekell while mowing killed a blowing viper three feet seven inches in length and six inches in circuin fereace school year ending June 30th 16SG will be held at Hazel Green commencing August X7th Rndwill continue five da vs J M KAsn Supt 200 bushels of coal and in- Â¬ vite aids to furnish us that quantity The party making the lowest and best bid coal Tke TVolfe county institute for the Messrs John AlleH Wellington Payne and Albert Allca arc spending a short time at Olyjnpian Springs Lexington Press If you would read The Herald vou would be better posted Bro Duncan Mr Payne is a guest of this metropolis of the mountains which boasts of a greater variety and a bet Â¬ ter quality of mineral water than any place in the land Mr Payne already feels bke a new man and is improving day by day un-Â¬ til in the sweet when he gets back to Lexington his friends will scarcely know him so wonderfully improved and so young looking has he grown here The water of Swango Snring works wonders to say nothing of Godseys chalybeate and oth- Â¬ er mineral waters et youdepressed dis eased overworked aud insurable citizens come nere 11 you wouiu see mem rcstorea to health and vigor Board can be had at Swangos near the spring or in town at the Godsey House or Pieratt House at from 350 to 450 per week bye-and-bye now undergoing needed repairs mountains will confer a favor upon us by New sash are being placed and new shutters giving us each week a report of the standingÂ¬ wSH fee hung and if some of our enterprising of each scholar and they will find their la citoens woald dosate the lime to whitewash bors lesson as these reports are published the building it would be one of the neatest Scholars will take greater interest and the good results from such a course will ia the mountains soon manifest itself Besides it will be a LTer counsel having taken an appeal good advertisement of tho school and teach- Â¬ Mrs Stricklin sentenced last week to the er showing as it will the progress of each life was transferred to the scholar from time to time It is hoped all Sautes tiary for jail for safe Tceeping pend teachers will see the benefits to accrue from county iiig the decision of the court of appeals such a course and comply with our acquest This avovs was necessary because our jail im The public school house at this place District school teachers throughout the jast -- too fall for utterance C- - resiaeace of his father on Grass on last Saaday at 2 oclock and was buried in the family barying ground on Monday The deceased was a young man of much promise aad had many friends about Hazel Green whs exteBd their sympathy to the bereaved isvauljia their sad affliction Thewj pencils while very low ia prieet are we claim equal in oasiHy for all business purposes to any pen- Â¬ Matchless Pencils Willin K Murphy Jr died at the We ask special attention to our new Seneca Swimm who was for several months connected with The Herald office left on Wednesdav last for Ezelj and inform- Â¬ ed us that he would make an cfiort to secure a district school to teach in Morgan county He is a young man of more than average in- Â¬ tellect a good scholar good manners and devout mien and we doubt not will prove a successful pedagogue should he be so fortu- Â¬ nate as to secure a school He has the good wishes of The Herald in his new venture and the expressed wish of many acquaint- Â¬ ances here that he may do well A stitute and State teachers association He following about 500 books from Tint ikeremay be no misunderstand securedand they will be added the the Jack- Â¬ to places iag villi parties announcing themselves as son Academy library which will now aggre- Â¬ ca4Matc ior oee we will state tbut the gate about 1000 volumes Flemiugsburg priee fsr each aaaoaaoement will be 5 and 200 volumes Carlisle 135 vols the saeaey mast be paid before the announce burg 75 vols and Lexington 150 Millers besides afteatm made For cards or communica small contributions ttaaa ia the interest of candidates the rate is five cents per line On an average six The chairman of the Wolfe count wards will make aline and the money must democratic committee having previously no- Â¬ aoeampsay the copy tified the district democratic committee a meeting held at the court house Taulbee willplease BiawiaPhaving a postofhee use his Campton was Saturday the 25th inst andin on a iaiaeace established at the mouth of Frozen in Breathitt countv primary election ordered to be held on Sat- Â¬ The stablihmeat of an office there with urday the 12th day of September 1885 for the Haael Green and Jackson mail passing the purpose of nominating democratic can- Â¬ didates for the offices of county judge cir- Â¬ that way weuld increase the distance 1 miles bat by letting the Campton mail cuit and county clerk county attorney reate ead at the mouth of Frozen 8 miles of sheriff assessor school superintendent jail- Â¬ the preseat route would be saved to the govÂ¬ er and coroner to be voted for at the August ernment John C M Day should be the election 18SG paatmaeter Uncle Harry Swango If you are going to Mt Sterling go bv celel rated Swango springproprietor of the authorizes us to stage The fare is onlv 2 to Eothwell if say that he will not charge for water from yea arc coming from ML Sterling take the his spring no matter where visitors may tafratethwelL Fare 2 to Hazel Green board He says his house is open for the Oaa atafe leaves Bothwell every morning entertainment of visitors and he would like Hazel Green even ae mi aae leavesBothwell gets here inmorning to have them stop with him as many as he frem time for can accommodate but that they can The sapper aad the oae from here connects with the water no matter where they stop have the eveaiBg train for ML Sterling enabling Tea to reach that place early enough to WC posttraaaaet yoar business and return next day master atTaylor the accommodating sendsÂ¬ forget to travel by the stage if you us a radishHariba in Menifee county Dest grown Barker of weal ride easy and save monev Special place which is the by John we ever saw that largest It to ladies and children traveling now weighs 3 pounds 10 ounces atteatfoa and Mr wicheat escort Taylor says it weighed when first pulled 4K pouds Can anybody beat itjj X oarreBpoadent writing from Toms fcraaca Morgan county reminds us that a is this week una Â¬ Our Hariba astftal roate should be established between voidably crowded letter Sorry it did not ar- Â¬ out Seal aca Yoccat a distance of 15 or 30 miles rive sooner but it was by mistake placed in te ifctarseet the daily male from West Lib Â¬ the Frenchburg mail and returned here too erty Morehead Toms branch five miles late Our lriends will please send in letters aaet f 23m2 with John M McGuire post ajaeter aad oae at Mussel Shoals with John sooner by Saturday at latest Oeaora as peetauetcr are the intermediate Prof N B Hayes and his estimable omses mated by the people and although has been forward lady will please accept thanks for favors ex a pctitloa with 150 signers ed te the aotteee department no attention tended our better ths while in Lexington maae sac appeal in Denau ot recently tj230 KEEAJLD hopes lion W The following comes from Bed Biven A attend tn the matter at once jfe jeVpartcient to establish these Born To the wife of James Crase on the F it 19th inst twin girls JMSE Dickey of Jackson Prof John cil bb the market aot excepting those of the high school wasJay town last Friday night in highest east They excel particularly in ab was en the atacc ef grit and strength of lead Send a guest of from Pieratt House ne he had route home Lexington whither for price bsL Jansen McClurg Co Wa been in attendance at the State teachers inbs4 are aad Madisaa St Chicago Â¬ j The sad news of the death of Willie MENIFEE COUNTY Murphy of Grassy Creek was received here late yesterday evening Willie was an up Â¬ Frenchburg July-24- right young man who was loved and respect- Â¬ ed by all who knew him That death loves We see in the Mt Sterling Gazette a shining mark was verified in this case that the friends of Newt Osborn who was Placing a flower upon his newly made grave killed at Stepstone were organizing for re- Â¬ we say Peace to Lis ashes venge which we think is a mistake so far as His broth- Â¬ C W Clark Mrs P K Clark and I his friends here are concerned C Gillispic started this morning to Tazewell er Jonathan Osborn and his brother-in-lacounty Virginia to visit friends and rela- Â¬ George Dennis were the only males that at- Â¬ tives They movvd here from the old do Â¬ tended his burial from here Wm Osborn minion about two years ago They will be was in this county at the time of his broth- Â¬ ers death preparing for his trial for killing gone about one month Henry Thomas and we arc informed has Dr Dixon called on your correspond- Â¬ never left it We think journals ought ent last week aud asked him to remind publish unfounded sensational rumors not in Lick Skillet that he has plenty of drugs these times of lawlessness and disorder as and practice and that the people have got such are only calculated to stir up bad blood something to live upon besides blackberries and God knows these sad occurences arc and roasting cars bad enough at best A number of cases of fever are report- Â¬ Miss Eva Armitage has left to teach the ed in this community Aside from that we Salt Lick shool lie v Jos Adams is teach- Â¬ are threatened with a general scourge of ing on Indian Creek Garrett Combs on measles There has been a number of cases Peter Trace John B Qlark on Clifton and in town Miss Laura Ponder at the Wells school George McClain of Hazel Green was house All theses are young persons from in town yesterday It is currently reported this placfffanldPvlcihity and we think will and believed that there is considerable at- Â¬ give eutirelatisfitction where they teach traction at Maytown for George Miss LizzieNeedham of Booneville Judge B F Day and family are visit Â¬ will teach at the Jackson school house one ing at ihe Judges lathers Arch Day this mile from here week Our doctors are all gone from here at tlris time The neighborhood is getting Ben F Sexton has just returned from Mt Sterliug whither he had been on busi Â¬ more healthy All business except croquet playing ness is suspended on account of the excessive Mrs J J Swetnam of Bath was vis Â¬ hot weather iting last week at E li Mays I N Frisby is up in the mountains Framk Cottle of West Liberty was in with a drummer Mr Tuck hauling his town yesterday DcsTElt samples Our teacher institute begin August Upper Grassy July 25 4th and will be conducted by Pro Is B We think if F M Long makes much Hays brandy he will go to some other section to court get fruit A large majority of the people of at J M Oliver is attending circuit TOOT Campton this week this vicinity will not turnish any fruit for distillation or to aiuUha cause iu any way Sanfortls celebrated sclibol ink and a whatever We think they have made a lead pencil or penhpUler for only 5 cents at right conclusion aud if all our good citizens this office would make a similar agreement we would have less of this lawlessness for which other POWEUL COUNTY countries look upon Eaotcru Kentucky so Stanton July 13 disdainfully Bobt Hardwick of this place M Haney of this Z J will and W to morrow to beginvicini- Â¬ Wm Combs the jailer on Monday stabbedÂ¬ last intheir flicting a leave ty and probably fatal wound serious schools on Monday July 27th J Z Haney in the left side near bis heart Combs in will teach the Lucy Creek schoolin Wolfe the execution of the law had a few weeks county and W M Haney in the school ago arrested Hardwick and committed him house near Edward Cecilsiu Morgan county to jail and if this is not what led to the cutMiss Bice Lacy has retuned from Gill ting the cause is unknown Last Sunday more Creek where she has been visiting her Hardwick joined the church and gave sister Mrs Hannah Uraham juiss luce is Combs his hand in apparent friendship and the most intelligent young lady of this on the next day at the court house very un- Â¬ neighborhood She is going to attend our expectedly to Combs or anyone else stepped school up to himand thrust his lcnife into his side and ill attempting to catch the knife Combs Bev J T Pieratt began a protracted received a Hard- Â¬ meeting at Beth Salem last night There wick then bad wound toon his hand was fol- Â¬ escape but attempted were several out and he gave us a discourse back and committed lowed and setting forth the great importance of read Â¬ jail and as brought was some suspicion ofto a there ing the scriptures mob a heavy guard was placed around the We would suggest that Mr Jay mil ro day ne waived examination anu turn his cow on better pasture or our Grassy bail was fixed at 1500 There has been correspondent Ou Ihe Wing will get much excitement manifested over the mat- Â¬ ahead of him ter but everything is quiet now and excite- Â¬ Â¬ ment is fast subsiding Henry Lacv of this vicinity is teachon Lacys Creek Morgan county ing school Prof I G Profit was here Saturday and made application for a teachers certifi- Â¬ We have had fine rains in this section cate Receiving it he went on his way re-Â¬ Sunshine and crops are looking well joicing and commenced his school Monday Ca2tey July 23 morning We hope his efforts mav be crown- Â¬ Leburn Lykids W A Burton Dr F ed with success and think the district will Taylor J C Sebastian and several others of be blessed with a good school this neighborhood attended the stock mark- Â¬ Alven Hon sheriff of this couuty and et at Hazel Green on the 15th They think a very promising young man died Tuesday Hazel Green is destined to become an im-Â¬ morning of fever He took sick at Clay portant point City on the 4th of July at a pic nic and B F Nickel who has been employed never recovered to teach the school in this district will com- Â¬ The prospect here for corn has been mence on Monday 27th Ben is said to be very flattering but just now the crop is sufa good teacher and will doubtless give sat- Â¬ fering for rain as we have had no rain for isfaction to both pupils and patrons about three weeks Brother of Grassy Creek Stamper We understand J G Thomas of Lee liave moved their shingle machine here and county is keeping bachelors hall We are now ready to furnish shingles in large or should like to hear fromiiim Icn DlEX small quantities MONTGOMERY COUNTY The steam saw and grist mill of Lykins Jc Loy of this place is doing excellent work and fa hupplyiug everybody with lumber Spencer Station July 24 People are all done working their corn Political speeches on the 23rd at Anti which promises to be an excellent crop oeh by W S Richard Lewis Apperson can- Â¬ Judge William Lykins of this place didates for county judge and E G Stewart is attending the Wolfe circuit court for county attorney Stewart is bent on speaking aud is winning many friends by Our old and experienced farmers say so doing the mast prospect is flattering Our school began on the 20th at Frog Miss Lucinda Burton is on the sick Pond bchool house Miss Georgia Sledd Sweet By And By list this week teacher This is the first school she ever Grassy Creek July 27 taught and we think she will make a good teacher It pains me to hear of the death of Uncle Peter says when he marries he Wm ilurphy Jr which occurred yester- Â¬ wife cook day evening It was quite a surpiseto me is not going to allow hismantleto for an but isÂ¬ ornadoubtless also to the many going to set her on the indeed and ment Lucky will the woman be friends and relatives of this noble young Married At the residence of the man I wish through The HERALDto ex- Â¬ tend sympathy to the grief stricken family brides father on the 21st inst T II Mc- Â¬ Stephens We and say to them Your loss is his eternal Guire and Miss Georgie Alife The family circle is broken but wish them success through gain The farmers rejoiced to see a splendid may it be reunited where parting shall be rain fall on the 23rd no more The association of regular Baptist will convene with the churcfi at Grassy on the Court Day at Mt Sterling 14th day of August 1885 and hold three Mt Sterling Gazette davs The friends and brethren are request-Â¬ There was a very fair crowd in town ed to bring dinner on Sunday The church and business made a resolution at her last meeting that considering the extreme heat than the pro- Â¬ in every branch was better no one should be allowed to sell melons ceeding court While there is a general candies lemonade cider whisky beer or people seem times cakes or take pictures within one mile of complaint about hardenough the supply their to to have ready money WLG association the needs and indulge in an occasional luxury reports about 350 You can get 72 sheets of note paper for J W Wilson auctioneer market of various head of cattle on the Â¬ 25 cents or 24 sheets for 10 cents 25 envelopes for 10 cents or 75 for 25 cents at this grades and bringing fair prices Yearlings brought from 8 to 12 per her head office These are the finest goods made from from 15 to 20 and 30 35 Common oxen brought from 50 to 100 to BREATHITT COUNTY 70 per yoke and No 1 oxen from About 100 plug horses were selling at 125 fair prices There were several foreign buy- Â¬ Frozen Creek July 23 The people in this section are in great ers here who purchased a number of good need of a post office as we have to send horses at private sale at prices ranging from eight miles to get our mail A great many 100 to 125 About 25 mules on the mark- more would take your valuable paper if we et but there demand for them and conse- few sales them iust had an office where they could getparties quently bothered a great deal about carrying off The Herald before I get a Born To the wife of T J Stephenson chance to read it When I ask them to sub- - Little Jeff July 23 a girl w HANLY JUDY General Agents for Eastern Kentucky F McGULBE HAZEL GREEX KY Mt Sterling Ky Orders solicited by T J STEVENSON Hazel Stands at tha head of Low Prices with ev erything vou want in Green Ky DRY GOODS MM0NS Boots The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of GBOCEBLESShoes Hat Cletlxin HABDWABE TJETJGS FLOUE BACON Jfcc Medicinal Roots Herbs and Barks The money is what I want and I wilLgive Except Ginseng MOIIE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IX CASH Â¬ Every Machine Fully Warranted f A large hotel is now beinjr built which will afford ample accommodation to yistors For further information in regard to board njuuuau iswjLNUU fie auuress Hazel Green Ky Or this office T- - J T BREEN Main Street SON A than any other house in town Country produce taken in exchange for goods F McGUlRE FOR SALE LN 3IAYTOWN KY The house ia a boxed frame andeontain six rooms with kitchen There is a half aere of ground attached which is set in two-storvs-hi- Importers I Wholesale Druggists House and Lot Mt Sterling Ky Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well lected Stock of A Variety of Fnilt Trees ferries c A never failing well of excellent water ia tho yard This property will be sold very reasonable Applv to ADAM BAUM Or tills office JP LOCKHAIiT Maytown JZy R- - A se- Â¬ GUILDERS MAYTOWN KY fjitWj Which he sells Wholesale and Retail as Cheap as they can be bought in the State Give hini a call and be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go N H TRIMBLE bit 0CE1S it Takes the lead in Low Prices with everyÂ¬ thing you need in the wav of GROCERIES MIMi iiobt m GOQDSffllpS BOOTOEftxHAiCT OTHING DRY Hardware Drus Flour Bacon AdlAc JSjlToney is whatl want and I willgive MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH goods than any house in Maytown Country produce taken In exchange RA CHimilS for- - 1 E BLACKSMITH MAYTOWN J ROGERS KY trimble Â¬ TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS IN Will repair Farming TooLs Buggies Wa Â¬ gons Ac Mak e plows hoes c Satisfac Â¬ tion guaranteed in all cases HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY w T DAY r -- Marsha and Ceneral Detectivo--MAYTOW- -- Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder Field and Garden Eor Sale Seeds Mt Sterling Ky I They carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling devote niy time to ness I will sell my KY Will attend to ferreting out criminalsih any part of the country and guarantees sat- Â¬ isfaction in every case where employed Orders by mail promptly attended to have for sale several hives of fine Italia Bees which are hearty and thrifty honev h makers Persons wishing to buy can call and see them or order by mail AH order promptly attended to M Italian Bees U DUNAWAX Maytown Ky HOTELS For Sale A Saw Mill my Wishing to DAY HOUSE HAZEL GREEN KY S other busi-Â¬ GODSEY Proprietor Lane Bodley Saw Mill Fixtures Patronage is respectfully solicited fro everybody more especially the traveling public First class accommodations arid satisfaction guaranteed Consisting of a 25 Horse Power Engine and PIERATT HOUSE Boiler a No 1 Circular Saw Edger c EAZEL GREEN KY Everything is in First class Order and will be - JOHN H PIERATT Psopsiktor sold at a bargain on easy terms jS The table is supplied with the best ik the market and first class accommodationParties wishing to buy are invited to call win ue lurmsneu ior man anu beast and examine the property MORGAN HOUSE Cornweil Ky WEST LIBERTY KY ALFRED COMBS W T CASKEY 9 - H F PIERATT CASKEY PIERATT KY if Valuable Farm for Sale Hoi derby place I I offer for sale the farm known as the the best in the market fully solicited COLE Proprietor s Patronage of the traveling public respect- H JAMES Table always supplied with Stable attached Wholesale and Retail GRIO0ERS HAZEL GREEN PROVISIONS OF ALL KINDS Canned Goods Coffee Sugar Teas Syrup Patent Medicines Nails Axes Oils Iving A Containing 423 Acres ASHLAND HOUSE FIRST CLASS miles below Hazel Green on the state road This farm has on LEXINGTON NEAR POSTOFFICE t KENTUCKY RATES REASONABLE s TT C nrtfrtrroT containing 5 rooms besides kitchen and din Â¬ l oyvc ing room There is a good well of fine wa- Â¬ PSOCSIXTOKC ter and fine snrincs which vield an abun dance of pure stock water an orchard of Wooden- - and Tinware In fact oo oeunng apple trees of assorted winter CAMPTON KY and EVERYTHING YOU NEED and summer fruit vonn aboutthriftv jrood barn and out buildings 100 acres of jjSTGive us a call and be convinced that bottom land in good state of cultivatfon 60 Alex J Anbury Proprietor vou can buy more goods from us to the Dol- Â¬ acres of which is now in corn 60 acres of lar than at any other hou c in the moun- Â¬ improveu taoie ianaana the remaining 203 The table Is supplied with the cfcoieeatf tains We also desire to buy a number of acres umbered of which 163 acres is cover- Â¬ viands in the market and the charges are Fat Cattle and Sheep for which Are will pay ed with venr finest oak and poplar soil reasonable Special inducements to com Â¬ the highest market price mercial tourists rich and productive and underlaid with Flour Bacon Lard Salt Cood 2 Story Frame Dwelling t ASBURY HOUSE NEW BUGGY WORKS MtI STERLING KY SAVE YOUR MONEY AND BUY Keep on hand BUCKBOARDS and YO CJR GOODS CHEAP D-HAND BUGGIES and Repair and Paint all kinds of work rooM SECON- Conroy Shore Price S500 14 cash and remainder in one and two years Possession given at once on reasonable terms Persons desiring to purchase can call on H C Hcradon or W O Mize at Hazel Green or the under Â¬ signed at Stanton Powell county Kv lay 27 1SS5 I W MAPEL Fine Bituminous Coat H 0 SPrUOLING SON are cow prepared to aanufactare First Class Flour aid At OneEichth CARDING at their Spradiiir Jy ToB ad wiB sutB dWOOL M t ALL WOOL CARDI f GK - SIGN PAINTING Will receive Mr Shores special attention Give ns a caU CONROY SHORE AM t NiCKELL KY at 6K cents per poasd The er G W CON will rua the wool laaeki- DAYSBOROUGHi gSCvmt one come all flourt meal and wool caidfne JWhp JS axftt ywoH H D SPBADLGT30i iv3 Mfe t MHw -- Vi cr I t - St - 6-i - i SNKiu -- - - t Vstti4aa TIII1EILGE1IHHSMIB SPEKCKR COOPER WOUNDS IN ANIMALS w They Wmy Be RepairedMethods In Use -- The Tr FA I H There are two principal methods by KENTUCKY which wounds are repaired The first HAZFT GREEK of these and the more favorable of tho Â¬ iwo is the method termed by surgeons LOST TREASURES midnight and cigars and how they are made pile of velvet will be gradually raised healing by the first intention Under curred as 99 days rita ia alteired ara to be avoided when speaking of uni- Â¬ fMKaBciori trial Mobile although so near to Havana is IIowTherAre FobbiI Jh the Early 3Iorn-lj- - favorable circumstances this takes place X Y Mail versal time Baltimore American Hoars by Dajo Search em very different in her cigar making meth- Â¬ Bitter sweet will bear transplanting in an incised wound when the cut sur- cax met Txxm ara mow tthigt It has lately been made a matter of faces are brought carefully together and ods and Mr Meyers statements will and looks charming climbing over a 4o ramarki a pailesepfcar Tki is 9mm A SINGULAR BOOK aay especially tra it kis wjfaaayawi Tegret that the picturesquely dirty chil-- i maintained in close contact after bleed- Â¬ stump Plant vines wherever you can doubtless be read with interest grow The hop vine grows Scintillating With Sarcasm and Brflllaat so Ji03ten lonmer or ragpicker of Paris threaten ing has ceased The two surfaces then Any person may become a manu make them very beautiful All Xm Are Item With Truth to Teeome an extinct species in conse- Â¬ become cemented together by the form- Â¬ facturer in Havana after obtaining a li-Â¬ rapidly and is Sour cream cookies are made of INesr York Correspondence American Bural said David of old Ha was wofeabivquence of the operation of stringent cense from the Government Each man- Â¬ one cup of sour cream one cup of ation of a thin intermediate layer of new Home prompted to make the above resMrk altee sugar municipal laws If it should ever hap tissue The other principal mode of goes to Flor- - trying soae unreliable- - catarrh reaody Chap L Has Malaria ufacturer has a trade mark or as many two eggs one teaspoonful not heap- Â¬ Had he bees permitted to Are nattl trade marks as he wishes but he alone ing of soda a little salt and Hour ida lea that he should share the fate of tho repair is healing by tne second inten Â¬ Chap n Overworked goes to Eu present day and tried Dsv Safe Raaedy dodo and disappear from the face of the tion That is what takes place in large he might have had a better opinion e is entitled to use them Small manu- Â¬ enough to make a soft dough flavor rope We claim tka4 o ease ot incised wounds when the cut surfaces Chap TIL Has Rheumatism goes to mankind Continent of Europe tho enthusiasist facturers have no brand or trade mark with cinnamon Toledo Blade catarrh caa withatesi tie magie effeete rf Ems can rtxrt be brought and maintained in President Barry of the Western will most probably be still able to see but work for the other manufacturers Chap IV Has a row with his Doctor this wonderful aedkiae Oa trial of it and it is the New York Horticultural Society does will convince yoa of its efloacy ydrs him plying his particular vocation on apposition repair in puncturedinvariable When a brand is placed upon the mar- Â¬ not believe that fruit can be shaken method of and lac- Post The above chapters Mr Editor I find in gists fifty cents the streets of Chicago in the early morn Â¬ erated wounds Here the gap in the ket A Spartansburg S C young lady but itusually goes for a very smalkprice from trees on canvas without injury a book recently published by an anony Â¬ as it increases in popular favor the ing texture becomes filled up by the growth advertises in the local paper for a hus- Â¬ Ix takes a good naay stcikeate sake a His fully worthy of mous author I have read a deal of sar Â¬ price rises rapidly Immense profits thereto The opinion is of fruit from casm in my day but I never read any Â¬ base ball match go cJt welLOfi CMjfDw Â¬ in a great city like this there are hun of new material taking place from the band She describes herself young credit bruising thing dreds of men whose vocations compel bottom of the wound while a new skin and pretty charming and witty petite are made by the owners of well known striking limbs and spurs in falling must tained eqaal to the sarcasm herein con- Â¬ rick I suspect the experience portrayed them to o home about the time when grows inwards from the edge of the and piquante Delicate diseases of eitfeer sex is a personal one in short the author in- Â¬ Either there are no brands If a manufacturer of a well necessarily cause rotting speedily aad perma Â¬ other citizens are preparing to start out wound This skin however is not ex-Â¬ young men in Spartansburg or the known brand desires to retire he can i3 composed of timates as much on page 3L Let me give however induced A good bran mash dispose of the brand at av considerable you a synopsis nently cured ConsoItaWed free Beek Tjpon their daily labors 2so reference actly similar to the natural healthy skin damsel has overrated her charms Malaria as it states is the cloak with three 3 ct stamps Worlds Dispose ary price Sometimes however he prefers two quarts of oat meal one of bran and is bere intended to those loafers and from which it extends being thinner Chicago Times to furnish a poor class of cigars at high half a pint of flaxseed The oat meal is which superficial physicians cover up a Medical Associatioar BriiloplfcTr1 sharks who reel out from gambling saÂ¬ more delicate and without any hair multitude of ill feelings which they do not Va bucket over which loons and surreptitious drinking dens A third and much rarer process had Two negroes of Wheeling W night prices until the brand falls into disre- Â¬ put in aand boiling water is placed the understand and do not much care to inves A TOXTKOlady whokeepraa rtornT an affair of honor the other linseed added then tigate pute and no one wants the cigars when dawn is breaking and are preÂ¬ of healing in wounds is what is It is also a cover for such diseases album expressly for mala sigaatare covand engaged in and pared to do anything that mav rake termed immediate union In this fourteen rounds ainbuttingof duel After The manufacture is chiefly carried the bran isa put in and the mixturestand as they cannot cure When they advise to it asher ntioplE which their each ered with cloth allowed to their patient that he them in the flying dollar anything at it is said the divided surfaces being heads crashed together like rocks they on in Havana and the manufacturers five hours when the whole is well stirred overworked to travel or rest and has Pikz5 Toothache Drops carelnlBelautae and needs is all from playing the slick confidence brought into accurate contact unite were satisfied both being covered with are Spaniards or Creoles The cigar- - and fed Chicago Tribune probably suffering from malaria it is a Glenns Sulpft Soap heals and beaaies 2c game to sandbagging some befogged without the intermediate growth of any blood and severely wounded Chicago Tnakere are of all classes Creoles inability Gekmax CoKxExMOvaakilteCoraaaftiBioBT confession of ignorance Hard boiled eggs taste good at any The patieut goes abroad or of The change is a simpleton who has freely placed the en new texture It is questionable if such Inter Ocean Spaniards colored people and negroes emy within hif mouth to steal away Irs is really the case but it is certain that 3 Many of the latter are slaves but there time but never so well as when like the tonic and for a time he feels better Comes I hust shake off this bad habit Mr Jacob Trungenwalt of Phila Â¬ is not much profit in their labor as a four and twenty blackbirds they are in home Pickle appetite frequent head- Â¬ tramp as he gazed at bis tatteved coat brains On the contrary the reference sometimes in small wounds the cut aches severe colds cramps sleeplessness is to those toilers of the night whose surfaces when placed together unite so delphia has discovered that catfish good slave cigar maker costs from 700 a pie Boil a dozen eggs hard and irritability tired feelings and general un- Â¬ N Y Heralcu business is legitimate to the report- Â¬ speedily and exactly that no scar is left skins may be tanned into elegant and to 1000 and he must be fed and when cold shell and slice them and put fitness for business are succeeded in due It afflicted with Sore lyes use Dr Isaaa ers and printers who work for the pub Â¬ In an incised wound treatment in the serviceable leather His first experi- Â¬ clothed Sometimes he is ill of course them in layers in a buttered pie dish time by alarming attacks o rheumatism Thompsons Eye Water Dntggistg 86ilJ26 which lic chiefly by the midnight lamp first instance should be directed toward ment was on a skin of a fish weighing and at other times ho runs away and his alternating with butter breadcrumbs humanflit about his body regardless of all A PHiLOSOPKrn has observed that very feeling 160 pounds He has now been master never sees him again As a pepper and salt and covering them ttth to the scores upon scores of re Â¬ favoring union by the first intention about It is muscular in his back Articular often it is green yemfcas whsupaiattfe9 engaged in the business for several class this mixture Add a cupful of croam spectable men in other professions who The essentials for this are a sound in his joints Inflammatory my I how town red Buffalo Ezprcsathe cigar makers form the one way or another have to find their constitution on the part of the animal years and finds it very profitable roughest and most miserable of the and bake to a brown Chicago Journal he fears it will fly to his heart Now off Fowls should b9 giva the tull sst he goes to the springs The doctor send3 Mas Partisgtox dear aid Ia4y3ays bread by night and not by day One accurate and close contact with the Philadelphia Times whole population Their behavior is well at of course Germany has contributed to the regulated by the good or the poor yield possible range in summer to insure him there he does not to get want himthe there are very few people aowadays who of these nocturnal laborers lately hap- divided surface and the absence of in- Â¬ same time really to suffer from suggestion of Jfca kraia-pened to be a Tribune reporter and flammation in the wound Without world artificial cheese made of one part of the tobacco crop If the yield is health Birds naturally require a largo die on his hands N Y Independent That would hurt his business I just about daybreak he could not help mans interference this process would oleomargarine and two parts skimmed good and abundant there is hardly a amount of air and are constantly alert Better for a few days Returns After noticing the singular demeanor of cer seldom or never ensue in the lower ani milk mixed to the consistency of cream way to manage the men properly as a an d in motion This is especially true neuralgia transfixes him He and subjected to the usual process of great want ot workmen is felt If on of granivorous birds to which class a while can not tain men who walked slowly along tho mals for in all wounds except the bloats breathe has principal shopping thoroughfares with smallest the cut surfaces gape apart manufacturing the genuine article The the other hand the crop is poor there iarmyard fowls belong Therefore let cannot walk can not sleep pneumonia on his left their eyes bent steadfastly upon the unless some means be adopted to keep Yankee manufacturer of spurious prod- Â¬ are plenty of hands and with the re- Â¬ the fowls roost out of doors in summer kside is fretful very nervous and irrita- ground The majority carried small them together The means commonly ucts is not alone bad duction of wages they become tractable Cleanse fumigate and keep ventilated blo is pale and flabby has frequent chills about coarse bags and stopped wherever thev adopted by surgeons for this purpose The best quality of charcoal ia made In liush time the manufacturer who the winter quarters and they will again and fevers everythingsuspicionsnim seems to go wrong becomes saw a dust heap which they diligently are the application of strips of plaster from oak maple beach and chestnut offers the largest advance of wages take kindly to them when the proper up strength and demands to know musters what is tearched These pickers up of uncon- across the surface of the wound or the Wood will furnish when properly obtains the greatest number of hands season arrives N Y Tribune killing him I Great heaven I he cries why have Delicious fritters may have stale sidered trifles were evidently Italians passing of sutures through its edge In charred about twenty percent of char- Â¬ The system of making advances is also you kept me so long in ignorance for the most part They worked the adopting the former plan a few strips coal A bushel of charcoal from pine of great damage to the manufacturer bread for the foundation If care is Because doctor I read streets in sections as no two ever came according to the length of the wound weighs about twenty nine pounds one as ho loses large sums in that way The taken in removing any or all of the fate five yearssaid the thought best to your keep ago I thrown the fritters you comfortable and ignorant of the facts within a block of each other A police Â¬ should ne applied at intervals but the from hard wood weighs thirty pounds cigar makers who can not or will not crust that is dark man happened to be sauntering along entire surface should never be entirely one hundred parts of oak make nearly repay are thrown into prison Some- Â¬ will be light colored and very inviting He dismisses the doctor but too late I State Street in the vicinity of tiie Palmer covered by the plaster The surfaces twenty three of charcoal red pine about times so many men are thus locked up in appearance Eggs are a good addi- Â¬ His fortune has all gone to fees EepccUIlr Ib Cbetera lot aalam te the se Bt Ridges Bat him what becomes of him Food Invaluable XanrcaM cold be cKedrvfcere House and the reporter asked iiim for moreover should not be brought to- twenty two white pine twenty three that the scarcity of hands is severely tion in the proportion of four eggs to everjtMnK else bad iailed Bd XldgeJa Foed had The feasnej an- explanation of the mysterious move gether until bleeding has been arrested Chicago Herald felt by the manufacturers Another one quart of sweet milk a saltspoonful bankerother day a wellis known Wall street beea tried and retained Br tb airesae pfcyskrUa said tome it really astonishing tne feoweJie consists ments of the men who looked like des for should a clot of blood be effused into nuisance in having to of salt and four or five slices of bread how general brights disease is becoming audita neatral actios oaremedies as to cSactf ct aaen has been able to oae Professor E C Marshall savs the iperate members of a conspirators1 ithe wound it would prevent healing French have more suspension bridges pay off the hands three times a day are also required The bread should Two of my personal friends are now dying restoration of tne pstleat to besltS am certain iby this method Sutures are simply than any nation on the globe Their at breakfast chorus dinner and night lie soaking in the milk for two hours of it But it is not incurable Icured when for my nephew was recently Them fellers said the ofiicer stitchea used to tie or sew the edges oi engineers are putting up suspension The most renowneSmanufactiirers It can be broken into small bits and his physicians said recovery was impossi Â¬ CANCER TOH waving his hand in the direction of a jsurface of a wouni together They are bridges every where and at least one of chiefly make their cigarslBmalJer than then it will not be lumpy Boston ble Th case seems to me to be a won Â¬ This gentleman formerly A Cass RMawslwf - That f GtmnJ Grant derful one pair of Italian searchers why them used of various materials such as thread the structures approximates to the size the standard sizes Tlecighr maker Budget represented nls government in a foreign horse hair caC gut and wire Nnhhino of the Brooklyn bridge So numerous when at work has before him the is dagos and they are looking for w Few farmers seem to understand Â¬ appreciates and Sohiq tea Tfead acroraioa9ere jurtber need be saia about the applica-Â¬ are such bridges in- France that it is im- Â¬ wooden model of the cigar he is ex-Â¬ the value of stanchions in- feeding country He knows that preparation de- Â¬ Tight teaad years ago te oMa toe treatment oajBv articles that folks may have happened aad with beacted clares the value of a mr to drop over niglit They generally tion of these since their insertion into possible to secure an accurate list of pected to make He has also a flat calves They can be made very cheaply cause his nophew who is a son of Danish up u MarcoIs ISO it broka- osfcosgk mjUwt a concentrated caacer eattag tax ckekyt work State ladison and Dearborn a wound should always be left to a them on this side of the water piece of wTood with a hole in it through out of any ohLboards lying around the Vice Consul Schmidt was pronounced in- Â¬ the top or ny left cheek oofie aad n to tbe Ictt evef curable when the Warners safe I subsisted oa tv se far streets because there the most of the veterinary surgeon In a punctured ot A large black granite block highly which the cigar can be drawn In farm and save a world of time Give cure was begun remedy said his father gone I could not tali On October first JKVIsea Yes menced tattag Swifts peclffc women do their shopping and as they a contused or lacerated wound where polished was landed at Castle tardeh making a cigar the workman takes two each calf twenty inches space Put a I was very skeptical but since taking ing places stopped aad neaHog Ja a fiaoKHvtbe eat csasteseed aad tbef first tiring in the morning the surface can not be maintained to- Â¬ recently It was sent to Washington to or three pieces of leaf and places them troughinfrontspaced off so that each that remedy the boy Is well fewfnl aperture la my cseek baa bees etoaed aa sreoutthe firmly- knitted together A new uader Up is prethe chances are that they may pick up gether or where inflammation ensues be placed the base of the monument flat in his left hand ho then takes as calf gets his share and no more They I regret to note- that ex President ArÂ¬ gresslng and It seems that nature la lapstjtefr a aew something thtTtrfll keen tWcLic cora- - in such wou3iLtliCik ih5 treatment It is agift at citizens of Wales and was many smaller pieces as may be required will soon learn to have their Heads in thur is said to be a victim of this terrible tongue me of also feed ajESis- - Z He ought to live but Tray lor Sesater JehH rfKrifrii couple of months A little r imTstTbe that favorable to healing by quarried at Mount Aurari In gold let- Â¬ rollsthem all together in the hand and position at feeding time and you can disease are that since authorizedthe proba- Â¬ of tnUrefer toaad canDr TKSeat solideidStateLaGrascEV remedies would district Hon to bilities Bradfl aad of ijioes a long way with them dagos tne second intention inflammation ters on the face in Welsh is the follow- Â¬ finally applies the wrapper His chief fasten and feed a dozen in a few can not cure him his physicians will not Ga LaGrange Why 1 dont believe they spend as shown by redness swelling and great ing My language my country my aim is to coyer the veins or place them minutes After they are done with the advise him to save his life as so many Treatise onStoodaadSSdaDtseasesiaBedfBeeu- Â¬ tenderness of the edges of the wound people Wales forever thousands have done by the use of War Â¬ Tkk Switt Spxcoto Co Drawer a Atiant 6 i much in a week as you or I or any N Y Times all on one side By success in achiev- milk give a little ground feed or corn ners safe cure which Gen Christiansen NTS7W23dSt y r other Christian would spend for one should be combatted by assiduons bath- Â¬ A Bath boatman saved an Italian ing this the good operator can be recog- Â¬ and turn the whole lot into a yard Cos told me he re Â¬ square meal Do they ever get ing with hot water In a contused and organ grinder from drowning Thurs- nized The heads of the cigars are not where you have some nice hay in a at DrexelasMorgan WILHQFTS FEVER AMI ASHE TMK garded a wonderful remedy Well u good find yes once lacerated wound such as broken day There was nothing objectionable fastened with- - gum or any other similar rack Detroit PosL Well I suspect the hero of the book Ararraatedcare for aH disaasesr particles of sand and other in that but when a long suffering pub- Â¬ sticky substance but simply by wheat in a while they do cured himself by the same means The in- Â¬ They may knees caused by malarial polsoalsg- of ternal evidence points very strongly to tae bteod sacs as CbiBe aad Fever catch on to a ring or a locket or a pair foreign matter must be carefully and lic reads the additional statement that bread This bread the workman car- Â¬ FASHION NOTES this conclusion Ferer aad Agur Saa Pates Draafe of ear rings and it is not long ago since lightly sponged from the surface in the boatman rescued the hand organ ries with him The taste can hardly be Cnflls Intermittent Bemtttoat I can not close my notice of this his I heard of one fellow that picked up a punctured wounds or stabs it must be too from a watery grave there will be noticed in the cigars The most skill-Â¬ Things Worn and Admired byiadiesWha better than by quoting his advice tobook Bilious aad an etaer Fevers Basse purse containing overahundred dollars made certain that nothing remains in no disposition in the public mind to ful hands use nothing at all to fasten byisaUrta- - Itls also tfe safest Dress Well readers and beat cure tor enlarged SeJeea If It was lying just under the curbstone the bottom of the wound and in all award the boatman a medal Bath e ends but secure them by manv Drab white is the ncwestshadeof this rience my friend yoa have such an expe Â¬ General DeeSfty CFeTer Cake as I have portrayed do not put half way in the gutter When he saw elasses of wounds healing in this way bostmen evidently lack discrimination twistings that wind into each other your trust in physicians to the exclusion asdPertodlcXearalgls arForSt2BysZraBjMg color he was observed he thoughtit wisest to provision must be made to allow the This requires more time however and CHAS F KEXLERrOD Chicago ill agencies Letviston Me Journal of Red remains the dominant color oi no other remedial disease and IThey have take it over to the police station but it discharge from the wound a ready es- Â¬ personally monopoly over is chiefly practiced writh line cigars Japanese parents are noted for was never claimed and he rot the dol- cape know that many of them are so very con- Â¬ ITGH1IS PILES The smoker would hardly enjoy his the season their kindness to their offspring SwearÂ¬ Â¬ far prefer that With the last object it is often necesStbimcujs Moiatare intense lars You would be astonished to know Wraps are as varied in their forms is scientious that they would Heaven direct cigar if he wore to see it in process of Itcnfne most at nlzac their patients should go to how many things women folks contrive sary in a punctured wound to enlarge ing is whollya unknown in Japan The manufacture Should you see the dirty costumes MT sare care from their powerless hands than that they to make what is nailed worst word Japanese ever applies tc negro working amid the uncleanliness to lose maybe owing to the excitement the opening or ALT CU EFFICACIOUS Plum color and pale rose is a fashion- should be saved to earth by the use of any tt 13 EOTJAILTanrh a PimDiea InBtetcaes GKask whom he dislikes is beast that is one runÂ¬ a man of buying fancy things and maybe be- Â¬ a counter opening unauthorized means Itch Salt Raeiwa so hwM There is in fact less disturbance of many of the factories where muoh able English color combination And that the authors condemnation is OTVTaT Tter cause in the crowd they get kind of rat Â¬ ning from the surface upward to the among them than among The Cracovienne is the newest braided too true how many thousands duped and OJCXjL4 terhoir obstinate or loss standia any other tobacco is lying on the ground and fre- Â¬ deepest part of the wound The neces- Â¬ tled and careless The daisy time for quently coming in contact with the lSWAT2neSaxPMa Â¬ known to Americans Pa Sofetbj DruEsKfi the dago searcher for lost articles is in sity for a free escape from a punctured people no matter how poor are Their spittle and naked feet of the workmen jacket high collars of the newest jackets yet rescued as he was can personally tes tify Tho homes neat the early spring when the snow begins wound is seen in the case of pricks you would feel a strong desire to let the and frocks are stiffened with wiggan to melt and then things that have been of the feet These are generally simple and in cleanliness they set a notable cigar alone Maggie I dont like to se this dust oa Gold turtles are the latest golden lost and buried for months come to light in their effects if the track of the nail example to the whole world Law and All right mum Ill shut All persons employed in a factory fancy for hat and bonnet ornamenta- the furniture are as much Norristovcn Her Â¬ the blinds right away and are liable to be picked up by thoe be carefully followed and enlarged but order as elsewhere desired and enforced smoke as much as they want In the tion Chicago Journal there ald who make it their special business to if not the nail hole is apt to become Watered ribbons watered silks and The rare sight of an ostrich with a evening the workman takes at least six T mj brtluHSf or9rt class look for them They are not at all par- Â¬ obstructed and prove insufficient for home with ssd Meeanic on their best wort Jtecama A Prize In the Lottery VEX the escape of the discharge from the wooden leg might have been seen on a cigars are not the him and these so watered stuffs of all kinds are revived in ticular about what they catch on to See COLO MEDALXoadoaSR Ptoaeeaeedifevaynt worst as you may Paris taken iifuiiHn wound In that case the discharge ac- California ostrich farm some time ago of life which is usually unappreciated un Â¬ iiwilaST92c samps far sample cm isoc that fellow there Well hes just picked imagine None of them consider it sashes are worn with all sorts til it is lost perhaps never to return is FREE UCTSSC up an old pair of boots and stuck them cumulates within the hoof and grad The ostriches first hatched were de- Â¬ stealing to take cigars or tobacco with of Long dresses and looped ad libitum ac- health What a priceless boon it is and in his bag Hell get some kind of a ally forces its way toward the surface ficient in bone structure a deficiencyÂ¬ them how we ought to cherish it that life may Although large thefts often cording to fancy market for them somewhere aud that in the direction of least resistance and which has now been supplied it is sup- occur the police do not interfere If not be a worthless blank to us Many of LMr4ra7Sef The just shows you how some of the poor of hence ceases to burst out at the top of posed by a certain element in the food the proprietor makes complaint he Euglishstruggle between French and the diseases that flesh is heir to and which eraptoraeat aad rood salacr quietly make life burdensome such as consump- Â¬ styles of dress goes on of the parent bird The bones in the selliai Oaten City this city have to live Neither you nor the hoof In all wounds union is promust not forget to atocltlaSjupm M SkJAsl tei Ssssfty for all that of the lungs and Addr mnmnnatf would look at these boots but there moted by putting the part at rest In legs oi these young cuicks were very not expect to havemention that he docs but surely boars heads with great bulg Â¬ tion scrofula blood diseases find a other OBtfitfne I comscrofulous and Golden the stolen Suspender Co- - Partus all O are hundreds who would be glad to buy the case of such large animals as the soft and breakable As an experiment goods returned butany of desires the ing yellow agate cats eyes are found plete cure in Dr B V Pierces Golden only the broken leg of one of the birds was Â¬ Bte Moner for Agests SeBd Medical Discovery when all other reme them for a few cents All these dago horse this is always extremely difficult and bonnet pins discovery of the thief case he tor Catalogue kuX terms dies have failed Tr Pierces pamphlet on men know where to find a market for and sometimes it may be necessary to amputated and a wooden one strapped should wish to recover theIngooda the among hat Erie Clack Co Erie Fa CLOUS A little jewelled dagger pinning the consumption mailed for two stamps Ad Â¬ on Those who have seen the ungainly almost anything that is put out on the put the animal in slings expense would amount to two or three corsage bouquet to the dress front is the dress Worlds Dispensary Medical Asso Â¬ MOST8 aJCBBOAjn for streets Theregoes another whq has Healthy wounds are seldom ranch and mincing gait of the ostrich when times the value of them The working latest caprice in fancy jewelry la eaeb cocaty lire ciation Buffalo 2f T 65 A TosBjr M e a or Lad lesCCPbiladeliMJa A dress r w ZIEGLE2 picked tip what looks like an old cotton benefited by the application of lotions equipped with natural legs can imagine hours are twelve hours a day winter The same latitude prevails in the what a peculiar step one of them would rag probably a handkerchief that has or ointments When the wound is ol have with A country seat that always rents Tho Young Men SSESSSSJZEl and summer Every fifty cigars made matter of the choice of materials for a Â¬ an artificial limb Unfortubeen all trampled over in the mud but smalL size it is best to leave it uncovered 1Q gtTntea matef gnBrtrfTwaTg v a rfLn is given in other fash- Â¬ barbed wire fence by a workman are bound together the dress that the bird it is good enough for him as alls fish and if it be in summer it niay be smeared nately his other thus singularly equipped finest cigars being placed on the out- Â¬ brides present ions at leg above the knee and ivith zinc ointment or with forty part broke that comes to his net 4 Pinkish fawn is a lovely and popular side with the veins on the inside The died San Francisco Cfironicle Are these men worked under the of olive oil to one of carbolic acid In number of bundles depends upon how color for tailor made costumes and may padrone system large wounds the surface should be 5I fN many cigars a man can make in a day be brained with eituer ejoici or silver ana who is suffering fromTHE MAN WHO JUMPS I dont know what that is replied lightly covered with a cloth kept wet Mobile a darker fawn or tan brad The average is 200 to 250 the officer and the reporter explained with absolution of carbolic acid in forty Stupidity of the Averago Man who Leaves Bcgister There is too much variety in the the system which prevails in New York parts of water When a wound shows a Moving Railway Carriage forms of dress at present Confusion where a small Italian capitalist called what is called proud flesh it should no better advice can bo giveo and bad taste are the most frequent re PHYTOCHROMOTYPY Theres always sonio fool to jump the padrone hires and feeds so irany of be rubbed over at us most prominent than to try sults of the ettort to be independent oft a train and get hurt said a brake Jus wretched fellow countrymen and part with sulphate of copper bluestone Â¬ Process of Producing Impressions ol When dress reformers make someand frequently the one- that Tho vigorouslv exacts the lions shire of r or washed with a solution containing man Leaves and Plants thing to wear prettv rich and extrava- atwo ounces of sugar to a pint bottle ol jumps is just the man who always their earnings The plant is first dried and flattened gant as well as comfortable and The officer said he did not know water English Veterinary Surgeon in claims that he knows better and gives by pressure between unsized paper Orlando Sxkll232 Ford st oi healthy they will lind plenty of womw Aether the Chicago treasuc trove Chicago Times eU Mass W3S terribly afflicted with Car- other people lectures for their foolhardi iu moir lin Annn rnnyiWxr wiH i n Vrf irnn tO Wear it v seekers were governed by padrones mij uvuuuu i buncles on the back of h neck Ayeraj rn frVn ness Ill never forget a little thing that ITrif OilblLl i LUI ULV ihmnA eiY m UILU copied is then brushed The surface to be j Sarsaparilla cured the Carbuncles aad has Great Improvement but thought they might be btcauso ii happened one day as we were going into kept him free from them c j with a solution of aniline color in alco j june wedding organdy muslin and fine hed often noticed men going up ana Captain Jasman who owed a bill in Indianapolis On the train was a Sheriff speaking to them as if they were witch Coggeshall Bookseller Lov allowed to drv which will take laces with a profusion of flower deco hoi and FP neighboring town was drawn on who had in charge three imbeciles ingthem closely e Z7sajs I have been taking Ayers Sar whom he was taking to tho asylum place very rapidly If the impression is rations is most appropriate QflnainlLa trwr an tmnnMhr 41sa TtrtJ A few yards further on the reporter through the bank A pretty picturesque and convenient They were not handcuffed nor tied in to be taken on paper immerse the lat of the young searchers nd I met one whkh manifests itself in treaWesewe1 Whats this he asked of the col any way but were permitted to run tefr in water fishing suit for a lady is of dark green II for a few seconds and re- Â¬ i ventured to ask whether he had a pa Â¬ lector Boils and Eruptions and can traiy sayand drab checked cheviot faced and about the car just as they wanted to move the excess by pressing between bound round the skirt and overskirt drone I that I have never found aay taedteiae 99 A On board was a passenger who com- Its a draft for fifty dollars prompt and certain in curative asfect be replied a he Non signor blotting paper Place it then on some pockets cuffs and collar with dark green The first one I ever saw Now they plained about this a flood deal He non has done me great good grinned broadly nw no have padrone thought the imbeciles should be absorbent surface and apply the and soft leather Me mypws boss no use for padroae get em up in good shape dont thejLkjlndzr J XcDoxaltv SoleyjSX The newest jacket is of white cloth They havent any more plant colored side down place over it Well sir there has been a big improve- tied up Chdrlestoicn Massftesiiiesi 2on Touch of zee business I not do sense than to go and jump off the train1 a sheet of strong paper and while it is trimmed in a crack artillery regimental So ment in such things since I could first he said and they should be better held securely in position stamp the braiding and buttons with gold sou- Â¬ Itoomuchapoverotind no dollar ago I suffered greatly from Boils sad Car- remember When I was a boy circus buncles and for aearly two rooatha waV saying he scuffled off on his searcl A tache cord formed of four strands of iSlls were mere daubs of red ink but taken care of1 But the Sheriff he just whole surface with a wad of cotton to work A druggist advised ae srt Chicago Tribune cold iron may be lightly passed over the cord two of gold and two of a dark blue I took things easy and said he guessed now look at em to take Avert SauaparfBa whkh I par- were all right Well as we were paper instead of using the cotton and gray shade they Are you going to pav this draft chased After taking two bottles ef this s v A kiss is said to be sweet not be Â¬ Â¬ Drab white or pure white cloth O I dont want it Tell that felJei going into Indianapolis I was standing if a few sheets of tissue paper are intermedicine I was entirely cured- - aad cause it-- contains saccharine matter but t am much obliged for the kind at on the rear platform This complain- Â¬ posed between the paper and plant its trimmed with gold braid makes the Copyrighted remained weH ever since because a man doesnt know what else that I and be going away tention he has shown me but that I can ing passenger came out with his grip outline while veins principally willsur- Â¬ prettiest and most elegant traveling ulto call it when he feels the effect trav without it the whole For all diseases originatbxg In impure blood take jzs his hand and his shiny silk hat on his copied dress and newmarket or eling through his system on a lightning not afford to pay so large a price for in head As we came to a street crossing face ma be impressed on the paper ster that a bride can wear This white express with no stop over check 1 is such a small piece or paper Good he said Guess which is receive the white Ill get off here and If the papermoistened towith alcohol im Â¬ or drabmost cloth cleans admirably Â¬ Arkansaw Traveler safe to assume that axnan who attempts dav is inPrspared bj Dr J C Ayer v Co LaweO SoUDTDnfafct The before I could do a thing to stop him pression TriMl practal yachting and seato describe a kiss never had one i n of water the impression will be side suits are of darkblue cloth serge he jumped He probably thought we stead Some like it hot some like it cold who have had kisses not smacks dont were running slow but those things are brighter and the paper will retain its or flannel with a plain full skirt banded want to talk they just want to think some like it in the pot nine days old lustre or glaze better If a very light above the hem with a white or red strp deceptive He landed on and dream and die with their boots on Thus runs the song about peas por ver3rhe didnt stay there long his feet but He jusL oating of glycerine be spread upon th of cloth braided with gold a blouse sLB j ridge which is not often found on a So we have been told Texas Taper i when perfectly dry and under body and a short waisted small modern bill of fare Our porridge the assumed the shape of a half circle bent colored plant the wrong way to be comfortable for the excess removed by unglazed paper jersey jacket cut away in front to show A writer in the London Spectator much abused oatmeal is improved ac- him and ended up with his nose in the one or more prints may be immediately the blouse slightly pointed in the mid-Â¬ fee other day asked ayoung writer who cording to a scientific writer by keep mud and his heels in the air Then he taken upon dry paper or other dry sur- dle of the back at the wast line bordwas at work at novelettes how much he ingin closed jars several days before spread out and fell fiat kind o sprawl Â¬ face If the print shows blots when a ered all round with gold English mess is sweetened by the formation could earn At the rate of elghteen- - using Itwhile sur- Â¬ is used pass as if of sugar the fibrous material if ing outstreet he wanted to cover the strong color pencil with over the of jacket buttons looking like a string tf mail tmr SS eta la stamps 23 peace an hour This the Spectator a solution face with a whole big gold badsseton the edge and with But the funniest thing adds may be taken as about a ruini- - softened Detroit Post was that as I turned to go into the car saltpetre which will moderate the im- Â¬ a stiff hig collar aud wide cuffs of white Treated sad ewdi7rttstss aslt R U AWARE iWajsji Book oa treatment maximum CilCEE FLPOSDJAD-Aawr safr aTjuttCaZST - found one of them mbeciles looking pression Different parts of plants may or red cloth gold braided to match the im The per annum may perhaps b THAT Oi the nine States in the TJnior I - put at 800 e This excludes sra Loriilards Climas Plug AJit E coke Pennsylvania out the door He gn ied as if he was be colored differently to conform to underskirt The overskirt is full at the tfee grestrprizesof editorships of leading producing true 103 Defects waist line also and has no trimming nature or individual taste as much never so delighted in his life and uttered bearing a red tin too that LoriUarda jouraate and theprice which anian gets produces more than five times Philadel- Â¬ The darned fool did jump didnt hft may be touched up with a pen dipped but is looped to form a souffant effect wztrrnrsft EasoLeafflaecu that LoriUarda as the other eight combined j tar far am maras that ip in the color American Drtiggist Giicago Herald ver the prominent bustle K Y Sun Xavr CUiliBgaandqaaHqr Loriilards SaaJEsxs phia Press reaajdsrsa tbs beet said cheapss Publl her MISCELLANEOUS A New York man advertises troches for dogs which are guaranteed to make the breath of poodles and pugs aa sweet as Desdemonias Russia and the United States are laid to be the only countries in the world thai have a sufficient number ot horses for army purposes in case of war Disease itself may be a blessing for it appears that in Philadelphia interesting cases hire themselves out to clinical lecturers at from twenty five cents to two dollars according to the instructiveness of his malady Philadelphia Press The building in which thepostoffice is located at Bristol Pa was an even The hundred years old recently were all hewn out of oak in timbers Penns Manor Bucks County and rafted down the Delaware Pittsburgh The words midafgkt and Boom hsre A wise observer says there is too a purely local character like the worste Tn YouAXiBzT Go How the Favorite Weeds Are Mann fact evening and morning At givea inÂ¬ ured Some Interesting Items of InforÂ¬ Biuoh pig pea and not 6nough AmUDtom ajc Chi- - stant it can be 0 hours on tS whole oa Bklt u3 otIr ukwc pasture A truthful alliteration mation trial foc bm js todebilityjovafceil earth if we have agreed to designate aJtictod wiftk mcvous 1M of Mr F H Meyer formerly a cfgar cago Tribune this given instant everywhere with this Ity aad all Idsdred tnmoies Afeierrfeer To raise the crushed pile of velvet maker in Havana gives considerable number but there can be midnight only witinmncmralgipfal j3isaad mmy9ikr the wrong side interesting information concerning Ha- Â¬ holdwater stretchingover a bowl of boil under one meridian at the absolute in Â¬ wrtinoaooQ Uompitereswcttoso ing it tight and the stant so the words vana noon rigoraad aaaafceod ztMraateed Jfo risk in HAVANA CIGARS FARM AND FIRESIDE Jtf4k- - P Tt I jhb Â¬ s an f - - Â¬ -- Â¬ rwi Â¬ - -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ liiplfl of the 5Uauidy-aBd--toayH- Â¬ - Â¬ -- m - - e Â¬ - - Icaatalfcaothatmy-irleBdeaareslrE-derstaa- d M3SMABX-L-COMJ2- - Â¬ - j Â¬ PILES DISEj Â¬ m 5f I Â¬ LF PAGES LIQUID CLUE Sndtniora-mler-wftoloec 1tsj Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j it TO A FRIEND - - i i j Boils and Carbuncles Ayers Sarsaparlllai cjt - - j - i iii 3 fif ioj -- vt t - SI I - - -- - Â¬ 0ey8v T Â¬ hats3 Â¬ 1 Ayers Sarsaparilla pumqye - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rnnounofM NHS 1 n noniioi rr u st- ra i- w i S JBSiSijt