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produce one quart 01 agpcMlit And furnishes the of the case are such as to show that On the sidewalk in front of the store Tfcttle hour for work was uizli visitors face who bustled hurriedly cream while the average for butter is A flyng trip yesterday to the osier to perpetual motion 3t lad Jose been having an easy time of it he the oflender made down the walk talking to himseH in about fifteen ounces from each q lart of of an optician and a dealer in astro- Â¬ might properly be a tt ade on his willow farm of L C Plant a mile be 15at bow must prepare for a lofty climb Fashion ha bee eTdTJw9C sentenced this wise cream nomical instruments in upper Broad- Â¬ first conviction to seven or ten years low the city presented a surprise In as an arbitrary disease whda leaSls It sUrbejl for the hours of leisure fledu Is the world coming-- to an end Aa the Prince or Ice went by Keep the cream if not churned im- Â¬ way stands a sun dial Such a man is a a building on the premises were a num Â¬ all geese to follow in single Clocks and penal servitude k tfe Now is it I say And the latter panged ou its way and said mediately at a temperature of sixty watches have of course supplanted fountain of crime and a corruptor of goose that sets the style My friend what means that sigh ber of negro women and boys at work Then Nathan went backtb an inner four degrees or below but not lower sun 1 3eard you were ill seme jthneviso It Is difficult to sav whatrMr exÂ¬ dials entirely as time keepers the youth If a man was one of a gang of stripping the bark and leaves from the Iadeed I believe you vere very low loom where in the corner of an old set than forty degrees Churn at a tem- Â¬ optician wandering thieves carrying on Irs said but many are bought trade by systematic false pretenses willow switches This is the first cut- Â¬ isted at the hag nn ng of thekiwUigi tee the baby lay asleep bent over it perature not below sixty degrees nor - Oh my health Ja poodisald the 3fercary mankind but it is prebaWia AwA and in a shame faced way actually over sixty four degrees as conditions by gentlemen owning country seats to like those which are called long firm As It wiped away sTtear ting of the crop of two years growth people who w 11 ne on hand afctfcfl t isnt aiy healtn tbattroubles ine kissed the little pink tinted hand anil vary the temperature Stop churning adorn their grounds and others by col- Â¬ cases or if he was convicted of a de- Â¬ and the yield will be two or three tons are the Finnish W ButHijcHiabinjf tjiHe4sBesrr abruptly turning away sought his neg when the butter is in granules about leges and seminaries for purposes of in-Â¬ liberate ofiense under the bankruptcy These switches are from four to seven And I sigh to thisfe when ltlimb so high How to breathe is a cJcffijffljHtt So the fate of thb the size of wheat kernels lected Dreattast I shall be all alone with no one nijjbl struction Many of them can be found laws or if he picked pockets in a way feet long and are cut and placed in pn exchange The best way Is jjjggfc baby was settled which showed it vas his regular busf bundles like sheaves on places along the mO pshaw Decomposition commences in said the Friace of Ice dont Thosewriisr the I think there must have been enougl if allowed to retain its natural milk fact almost anywhere Hudsonneand in ne s to do so I do not think twelve or They are then taken to of wheat Â¬ who nose and monththrough the eara Iret in the the strip ghbor heat teach breathing Bnt welcomfj your of fatherly- tenderness in the mans soon eighteen months would be at all an un- Â¬ ping building and placed in a hood of ISew York c ty They are after it an old friend yet I aeer went back onclimbinsr weather heart for a dozen stalwart sons and Because the is drawn from itthe cow of marble with brass gnomon the mado usual punishment There are cases of filled with water The large ends vat and eyes can not be too strdaglj coa 8o well both climb up together shaft are night is cool does not N Y Herald- Climb as hlh as you like Ill climb with daughters and the baby got it all Ho obviate the necessity of cooling tho which casts the shadow or en t rely ot theft whinh I think would even on a then placed in a peculiar little machine demneJ you A little quiet shutting of the mouth hired a stout gal to care for her but milk that is to be delivered at the brass which becomes bronzed by a first oflenfe call for the extreme which loosens the bark for a couple of And stay by your side all the summer he cared for her always himself She factory the next morning It should The divisions on the dial must be adapt- Â¬ sentence allowevl by the law for simple inches Passng along on the table when we are tempted to teli what we through would soon was apparently about eight months old also be well aired since contact with ed to the latitude of the place where larceny live years Boston Courier penal servi- Â¬ they are placed one by one in the strip- Â¬ heard about somebody soul cursing cure that abominable when Nathan found her and such a the instrument is set up In order to tude I refer to those in which pers a little machine the invention of take habit NATHANS EAEY glad and happy baby who learned soon air removes the animal odor construct a dial the maker should have the amount of property stolen is large Mr Plant and with a pair of pliers are mind destroyingindulge- - of smallInde Â¬ When milk is drawn from the cows AY in which we to laugh and crow joyfully at the apÂ¬ it should at once be strained through a an acquaintance with some of the sim- Â¬ in which several criminals have con- lulled through with one jerk Thts pendent proach of the tall gaunt figure ple doctrines of astronomy with the spired together and in which great irocess takes off all the bark and Hw It Pound His Heart and Led One day the lfrtle m lliner whose fine wire sieve into the setting pans elements of geometry and plane and art and ingenuity have been emploed eaves The switches are then wiped I waited anxiously with dread un- Â¬ which should not be more than three Him Into a Better Way feigned I held my breath my utter Â¬ windows were hung with bright and The use of As an illustraton I ma refer to a gold off with a woolen cloth by passing them be wide spherical trigonometry although pretty tlnnjjs saw Nathan com n inches deepcontain any they mayquantity the instrument is readdy learned It robbery from the Southeastern Rail Â¬ through the hand They are then bun- Â¬ ance was choked My muscles twitched desired enough to He was a bachelor There are many througli her gate When he had got They should be of earthenware and can be set up in various positions ver- Â¬ way which attracted much attention dled and laid away to dry The little my every nerve was strained Wth humid tears mv handKerchtef was many years ago Three or four men kinds We have ail I think seen more her door open he said bluntly perfectly clean sweet and cool The tical horizontal dechning or inclining Â¬ who had found out from the railway contrivance used for strippng performs soaked Tilt in a moment agony was Can you make clothes for a baby It may also be said that there are huits work admirably Mr Plant sent to than one type Dickens in liction has I can get them for you readj household often have among their man sun dals as the intelligent farmer servants by what train bullion was sent Switzerland and the willow farms in eased I quickly turned my head aside given us many varieties There are made Farmers and sneeed Chicago Tribune said the tliuid 1ttle woman by not ng his shadow cast by the sun from England iO France managed by the North and West for machines but cows some whose milk is so poor that can eadily tell the hour of the day those whom we remember and love who was somewhat afra d of Nathan a long ser es of ingenious contr vances all were crude and worked unsatis- Â¬ The croaker i J Then do he said simply shoot- Â¬ they are really unprofitable for dairy The lovely old Cheeryble Brothers the The dreary weary croaker The date of the invention of the sun to get one of their number into the car- Â¬ factorily He set about and soon made v Will have ta die some day are and unless school girlish and lively describe ing the small sentences through his purposes indicate the some meanseach dial is unknown but the earliet men riage where he opened with a false one for the purpose which doe3 remaps nell so to Heaven used to quality of ton of it is in the Bible in the Second key the chest in which the gold was its work rapidly and effectually them best But Hath an was not one of thin lips Get the best get plenty And walk the soidea way bonnets and outside things 3ou know cows milk it can not be known which Chronicles But when the sniuluspavementa thirty second chapter contained took out as much as he could All the leaves and bark are dried these He was of a kind much better 11 is gioomy eyes Deiioiu and wait the summer boarders who are the good cows and which the in- twenty fourth verse where it is re- Â¬ carry substituted lead fo it to prevent and baled and command a price of known Hell shake nls bead and mutter be lieve theyre gol I Twenty years before the date of this come here have carriages for theii ferior a There is a scientific instrumentÂ¬ corded that Hezekiah was sick and the lightening of the chest from being twenty five cents per pound They are Exchange babies get one And then he left called lactometer used for determin prayed unto the Lord and received in noticed and returned to town with the used for a certain kind of medicine little history a man in the thirties he Bobby at the dinnerrtabTe--Wi- lI answer a sign wlrch is particularly booty which he shared with his con- Â¬ Mr Plant has 400000 willows now had appeared in one of our Kew En Â¬ her com ng back to say as a seem ing the relative richness of miik you tell us about your escape af tor din Â¬ in- Â¬ growing on his farm The practice of putting the milk described in Isaiah thirty eighth chap- Â¬ federates who had g ven him the He has within gland hill towns and bought one of the ing afterthought Til pay you So Nathans baby dressed like it from all the cows promiscuously into ter eighth verse as follows Behold formation and enabled hm to forge the last week set out 80000 and they ner Mr Featherly Young Mr Feath nnest farms in the region and there I what lived with his different house keepers little princess rode through all tho one or more large vessels we have found I w 11 bring again the shadow of the the key and to enter the carr age For are growing finely He will set out his erly a guest About Bobby escape you Ye injudicious and misleading because it degrees which is gone down in the sun such a crime as this I think five years entire levee with them and will then have had no escape- His previous h story was unknown and shady Janes and the wide sunny afteryears had passed it ceased to be streets of the town and in the yard of prevents the farmer from distinguish Â¬ dial of Ahaz ten degrees backward So was too short a sentence though it was have sixty acres in willows alone A have The fobl killer youheknow wondered a matter of question A tall gaunt the farm house No hand but his ever ing the poor from the rich milk and the sun returned ten degrees by which all the law permitted in the absence of ton to the acre is the average yield told sister yesterday that a previous conviction Hon Justice and the willows when shipped dried how you had escaped him so IongI NZ touched the da nty carr age He was determining which cows are profitable degrees it was gone down Seven man With awkward shambling gait command S200 per ton in a dozen mar Y Times iroB gray hair smooth shaven face changing Sometimes he spoke to the and which are not The better prac- hundred years before the Christian era Stephens in Nineteenth Century 1 ttle boys and girls A boy stood on the platform of a or stopped to let tice is to put at first the milk from each the Chaldeans among the earliest as- Â¬ kets In three years all he has set out eyes hard blue and cold as the sea - looks them kls JiiaJjabyJJLhenitoo 4ie cow into a separate pan and thus now will be high enough to cut The Long Line car recently and triedta tronomers divided the day into sxty in winter and a mouth that OSTRACISM stow a basket out of the wav of tha ousted a certa n Old Book he had richness of each Exchaige willow farm is a success throughout parts in some manner but the first sun seemed to open and shut never read of late and Sundays he Youll have to pay knife There is one point that should be dial used by them was the hemicycle The Origin of the Word and What It and Colonel E C Grier who was look- Â¬ conductors feet Peonle- - fsrgul his surname or did read it With his baby on his knee deeply impressed upon the dairjinans or hemisphere made by Berosus who ing at it yesterday says the bark and for that basket said the punch man Siguiiles What forth slittlebasket Theins This primitive - ThedcLniagogiie was so prominent a leaves alone to say nothing of the val- Â¬ juoc care to use it His name in he j iae wenc 10 uie minister ana asKea to mind and that is if he wants to make lived about040 B C the orders Welt you cant charga uable switches pay better than cotton mouths of villagers nad always simply have her christened When the query a first class article of butter he must instrument conssted of a concavelieni Why anything for this basket Macon GaS Telegraph been Nathan or when the spoke to came What name he said with a lit- Â¬ churn often Never let cream get over isphere placed horizontally in an open figure in the publtrltfe of Athens of not tle quiver inhs hardvocc Margaret three days old no matter how cold it space with the concavity toward the Syracuse and of every otEeT Geekl This basket isnt four year him Mr Nathan Whetherheknewor old N O Times DemocraL He carried may be kept If cold it will get old zenith A small globe was suspended democracy that it is not wonderful rPfrfftCE KARAGEORGEVITCH cared for this want of respect 1 do not it was mothers name her into the old church where his own fiat and frinky If sour the whey will or fixed in any wav at its centre and that the name should be familiar to know His name was Nathan OdelL Clara what makes you sit so Romance 7ft the He was a hard worker a scientific feet never went before and she was eat up the best butter globules Churn the shadow marked the suns da ly many who have no clear notion what A TerribleDeath Has MarkeftUCurrent ol close to George when he calls SaturÂ¬ Which f flight by means of regular 1 nes upon day night I hope von will not forget farmer who studied and dd things christened Margaret Odell as often as you can Exchange a Greek democracy was or what was a The death of Prince Karageorgevitli Hwyoprieties my child I wonder what the hitherto lonely Oh but the dial It is highly probable that all differently from those around him He There are certain causes which in- Â¬ s had little as need be to do wth his mans thoughts were when he sat and fluence the yield of butter irrespective the nations of ant qiiity used sun dials demagogues place in it It is more marks the stage in the current of a terÂ¬ ma Georgefedfulrv5yi4fc L Jcind On Sunda s when the church rocked his baby Tradition had wh s of the breed of the cow or the actual but none have been found in Egypt al- Â¬ wonderful than the institution to our rible romance Hs father was a I remember your father was u Tjells were ringing he wandered oft pered of a faded daguerreotvpe of a j feeding employed and to which is ne though they may be buried in the ruins notiono a very strange institutou brigand and outlaw renowned for his with the same complaint before wo with dog and gun among the hills or most beautiful woman somewhere in cessary that attention should beitgiven of the cities However it seems to called at Athens ostracism and at Syra- Â¬ giant strength and desperate ferocity were married but now I can not go sat under the trees by the sde of the the house I wonder if he thought of The first of these is to be found in the be unquestionable that the obe cuse petalism should have been se zed beyond compare even n Servia When through his pockets in the morning beautiful rver and read books like the her ami ever imagined the child he fact that the more thoroughly the cow 1sks were intended as gnomons Sbrrustourn upon to be turned into a cant phrase the famous quarrel occurred between without waking him up held in his arms as belonging to him is milked shadows works of Voltaire or Tom Pane that the r Herald the richer will be the general and hour of the day with sufficient told The Syracusan name has been the cor- Â¬ His neighbors knew he was r ch self and her Nobody knew left Christian and Moslem women at the Be- Â¬ Be Poet quality of the milk A The Athenian name s da ly public fountain in Belgrade Black lieving Would possess iwrites When the baby first learned to speak tho circumstance thatThis arises from rectness to the inhabitants of ancient alone they knew he must be He had stead- faculty for that I the milk first Egypt The circle ot Osymandias an used in a way which no Athenan who George and his band of cut throats Jly prospered and added field to field the girl who caied for it taught it tc drawn is always the poorest in quality rhyming am ambitious to be a poet The re- Â¬ As I have I but none of Irs money ever found ts sav Papa and though he turned a whilst the last portion is very much Egyptian astronomer might have gave a vote of ostracism and no headed the insurreeton heard way to tho e in need He might have uatk red like the color of mahogany richer determined the azimuths of the heaven Â¬ Athenian who underwent a vote of os- Â¬ sult we all know He was named poetic license I a great deal about the know ly bodes and thereby have told the tracism could have understood The Prince of Servia and triumphantly car-Â¬ whether nor not amis anxious to for me been called a just man and yet he when first he heard it 1 think it was an necessary it hour of the day or night In Rome the misuse is in this case the more unpar- Â¬ ried on in that rank the explots which to take out ground the faces of the poor An intense pleasure of these licenses THE SINGLE COW sun dial was seen for the first time donable because it could have come in had earned Irs reputation His rival it is where one shall apply for and if ard godless lie was his and there And Nathans baby got upon her litÂ¬ one Feemed little hope of change nntl at tle feet and used to toddle after him or Keeping On Animal How It May Ho about 290 B C one having 1been cap- Â¬ only through some one wishing to Milan Obrenovitch the prg dealer The proper I person to whom to apply tured from the Samnites and in 261 B show oft a learning which he did not formed a consp racy and surprised for a poetic license it seems to Vmgtn a change came walk in the yard with her slow un- Â¬ Profitable Done C Valerius Messala placed in the forum possess It could not have come in to him at a village halm or pot house Walt Whitman- - At all events hensIs Arailroad collis on in the night time even teps her little hand holding The resident of the city or village who uses A fearful scene of terror confusion and tightly to his She was such a lovely keeps one cow for family use will find a a dial which he had taken at Catania point an analogy for there is nothing Such was the dread men felt of Black the poetic license himself frequently The Arab ans acquired the sun dial in the political or social life of England Georges prowess thatf though the murÂ¬ and with remarkable success death where men with white faces little child such a vision to look at shurriedto ard fro and Nathan lau- - ahd such a glad and happy spirit Her convenient arrangement for a stable that from the Greeks and were enthusiastic or of any other part of modern Europe derers numbered over twenty they able through its aid to makebikg Af-which bears any analogy tern in hand bent over one of the love- - nar gew out in little curly golden will keep the cow clean to have the students of astronomyand mathematics to the dared not assa 1 him even sleeping rhyme with green cocli- lifest gTl bab es that ever opened its rings and she loved her queer protector floor on which she stands raised six or There is in the British Museum a com- Â¬ Athenian ostrac sm When we read Obrenovitch and his bravest comrade Boston Courier er bination of four dials called the dials in the news papers of a man be ng stole in and standing one on either pansy blue ees on ths mortal earih w thai her little heart He always called eight inches Make a stall four and of Phaidrus They are traced on a o tracized it seems to mean that he side the couch slashed those terrible unhurt it w nked sleepily n the 1 ght her Margaret one half A WICKED DRIVER of the lantern opene I its eyes w der It was in the early spring when he which feet wide and have the floor on single bloci of pentelique marble and is subjected to some kind ol exclusion arras with a simultaneous cut as they the cow stands four feet six inches they date from the second or third in political or social life found her all through the summer but more than and parted its ro ebud of a mouth n o It may lay relaxed in slumber a litJe snrle reached up its m te of a autumn and winter she gladdened and to five feet long according to the size of century of the Christian era They mean that he is what bv other meta- Â¬ one assassin was crushed to death be-Â¬ Reprehensible Condacc of a Texas Street Car Driver hand to clasp wtli baby tenacity the softened his heart When sprng came the cow Dry sawdust makes the best were part of the spoils of Lord Elgan phors is called cut or sent to fore the gallant ruffian succumbed only Mb ng avalable Nathans hard again sheacemed to lose perfect health bedding for summer and a handful of But it would take too long to de- Â¬ Coventry it may simply mean that Obrenovitch succeeded him but he The conduct of some of the drivers brown fore finger and thn -- absurd but later on she was the same glad litÂ¬ common land plaster has a purifying tail the entire history of the sun dal for some cause or other it is an under-Â¬ proved more bloodthirsty in acoldand on the street ars in Austis isweertaia babyL at suchatim As I said before it was most probably stood thing that he is shut out from of-Â¬ cruel way than his predecsssor The When the summer effect when thrown on the floor daily lmsuch a place tle child as usual It will usually be an advantage to the used by all nations of antiquitv and is fice or perferment The word does not people rose at length and recalled the ly very reprehensible An old Iadygot came she began again to falter to grow laukhcdloadlearllabyaugh Prince on the street car and as soon atoshe Nobody ever raw bexora the look that th n and pale Nathan had two of the villager who keeps but one cow not to in some countries utilized to ths day at all imply a formal vote it certainly dynasty of Black George came over the mans face as that babv great doctors from the c ty to see her breed her annually but to milk her for and considering the use the average does not imply that the ostracized per- Â¬ Alexander who has just died came to set her eyes on the driver skjrcaetL You are the very drivertaatre- smiled up into it T inidly and awk-- khe had no ch ldish adracnt they said two years Although she will not give individual or even nation makes of son is in any way constra ned to leave the throne but if he bore a striking out wardly yet with eagerness he took the iney niu nor name her disease out quite so much milk the steady flow will time I am not prepared to say that his country It is hard to see why this similarity to his father in some respects fused to stop the car and made fun 1o little creature into h s arms hen ris when they left him Nathan knew his nearly compensate for that lot while the sun dial is not a good enough time state of things should be called he did not show such shrewdness A If it must have a Greek plot among his officers rid the country N Y Sun feet strode rnpitlry towaui fate Later on all knew that Nathans the cow goos dry and a regular sup Â¬ ieceyet ostracism he asked- Yesterdav afternoon ply will always be at hand Her milk home his bght burdui carried easily baby wis slowly dying name it comes somewhat nearer to the of him without bloodshed to speak of Yes yecterday afternoon THEFT He neglected his work and held the will also be richer the second year than the strong earry such the lantern state of a man who is otherwise un- Â¬ as things go in Servia The son of On the corner ot Pecan street new milch cow and make mo c butter The Proper swaying in the darkness and he re little wast ng body in his arms day a Punishment For the Typical touched but whom the law has de Â¬ Milan succeeded but he was ipurdered Yes1 3rdless of the groans of the dy ug on after day do ng all that could be done in proportion to milk Where two cows prived of the right of voting or holding while walking with some ladies in the Crime Asrainst Property On the northwest corner palace How either hand It was n ne oclock whn 1 11 one day iu late June the blue eres are keptone may come in in the spring The typical crime against property is office With ostracism the kind of ex neighborhood of hisMilan the pres- Â¬ Just about that corner he burst open the door of the kitchen opened for the last time and looked and the other in the fall thus securing e cluson intended has absolutely nothing many time the life of At three oclock theft The distinctions between theft in common the essential feature of ent King has been attempted he himÂ¬ und said with suppressed excitement to with love into the face that had been an unfailing supply Yes sir it was three- oclockobtaining goods by ostracsm conpulsory absence from the self probablv does not know The late the house keeper who had been dozing alwavs gentle and good to her then Residents of the town who have a embezzlement Was it a blue car with a bar closed again while the breath came small quantity of land will find it an adÂ¬ false pretenses and various other kinds country is lacking Compulsory ab- Â¬ Prince married money and his son over a dying lire mule I found it at the railroad Milk shorter and shorter then ceased and vantage to try the soiling system That ot fraud without violence are rather sence Is the only way to describe is husband to the daughter of Prince blue ear and bay mule is to cut the green feed and give it to technical be- Â¬ Nicholas of Montenegro Martha and sugar You know how to Nathans baby was dead It is safe to andCertainlywith a red pimple on his banishment than moral It we imagine a it the to word feller feed a baby On the day she was buried he called the cows in the stable rather than to theft by a person neither very another range of ideas prediot that the adventurous story of nosea and a mouth like a cattish just young longs Too astonished at first to move the in all who wshed to come and for the let the cow to pasture Banishment is a punishment in the the Karageorgevitch is not yet finished like yours driving it They will bo sEe exclaimed woman stood w tli w de open mouth first time the old house was filled to surprised to find how little laud is re- nor very old neither excused on the eyes of those who think the punish Â¬ London Standard one hand by any special temptation nor excitedly 4 tilt used to obev after a minute gven oversowing The white casket cover- Â¬ quired to keep a cow and keep her well aggravated on the other by special ment deserved it is a d sgrace But And you craned cut your nock ths GARDENS to wonder she bustled around m a be- ed w th flowers was such as the chil- Â¬ when fed in this wajr Rye sown in was hardly a punishment ostracism one wildered fash on and then with Na Â¬ dren of m llionaires have and no August comes first then clover oats contrivance conspiracy or the like 1 and it certa nly was not a disgrace It A Branch of Airrlculture That Will ot way opened your mouth untilyour could false should say that three months impris- Â¬ was a measure of precaution which read the makers name on thans help led the eager baby who sweeter dead face was ever seen than secondgrowth of clover corn etc for onment and hard labor would be a Dear Neglect teeth and bawled out stop that seemed to laugh as eas ly as other baÂ¬ the one that rested on its white velvet the rest of the season It would in many common sentence It is impossible to Mr Grote excuses a a measure of pre- Â¬ The vegetable garden is very impor-Â¬ car stop that carP bies cry lining The voice of prayer was heard cases be less work to get the feed for the give anything approaching to a com- Â¬ caution as a measure which was need Â¬ she replied Yes you scoundrel When satfsfied she put her little for the first time wthin those walls cow than to drive her to pasture and wh ch went out of tant to every farmers family and its ful plete account of the circumstances use for a season and no longer needed neglect should not be indulged in draw ng back to hit him with her umÂ¬ fuzzy head down on Nathans arm shut and the minister repeated over the back Detroit Post when it which might either dminish or in- Â¬ When the Statewas her eyel ds and softly fell asleep He small st It body Suffer the little was deemed to be in Far better would it be to neglect some brella crease this punishment Then it wasnt me for I ana always Age sex sent the housekeeper to bed and then children to come unto me of Then NaÂ¬ TIN IN THE DAIRY weakness of mind not amounting to danger from the disputes was two or unimportant crop or labor in other di- Â¬ polite to lad es even if they are nisety for three long hours sat and watched than shut the little casket and wth a more leading men a vote taken porcelain teeth and positive insanity five years old her not daring to stir the curious stern tearless face took it in his arms Reasons Why Tin Dairy Utensil Aro to for leniency A are obvious reasons the result of which might be that one rections than to neglect the important sasscar driverssportta and he respectable girl of of them was bidden to go and live auxiliary a good vegetable garden If Ta De Preferred express on still on his face At and leaving the assembled company moved twelve oclock he went softly and laid bore it to the lovetest spot in the or- Â¬ A contemporary says that unless you fourteen or fifteen tells a lie to get abroad for ten years He kept his properly planted and attended to it over the dashboard to swap cars with some small article of dress and her in liis oxru bed and lav down be-- chard where the soft turf had been are able to personally superintend the pleads guilty to an indictment tin end of his term he will do much toward the support of the the x driver cominr the other way-property Sweet in Arkansaxo Traveler for ob- Â¬ came back atto all his old rights very fam ly from early in the season until 6 de her not touching her again pressed bv the baby feet and lowered scalding of your dairy implements it is taining goods by false pretenses Im- Â¬ 4 rl AJ xur me ucAt tuiee uay e neglected it 10 the uower strewn Ded his own often a change in popular feeling called late in the fall The true vegetable inflict A Confounded- - F00J- his work a 1 ttle and tred in his comi- - hand had made ready and went away best not to use tin but crockery vessels prisonment would perhaps Every on him back before the end of his term garden should contain as large a varie Â¬ one is possible Patches of ground in thg dairy This looks like bad advice her an injury for life caifashon to father and mother his Kind hands buried it for him and life It is iudeed hard to see what such an ty as Are you interested in the subject of babv hearing nothugof the outside went- on as before to us In the first place it is just about wishes her to be forgiven She has as institution as this has in common with planted to a few hills of corn poÂ¬ it is been terriblv frightened Her what the newspapers call social ostra- Â¬ tatoes beans and perhaps a hill or two steamship navigation sir said a world till the moimng of the thirdOne evening in impossible to procure crocks that are so mistres is willing to take her back and iso not as before are wheezy old man with a wandering eye daT Justus the farm hands were sit-- late harvest tune the two or three perfectly glazed that they will not take look after her In several such cases cism it is just as hard to see why this of cucumbers or squashes ting down to breakrast in the wide worshipers gathered together in His up grease in great quantity Certainly have known children to be dischargedI last whatever it is can not be spoken not entitled to the hgh designa as he took a seat and made himself- - at vegetable gardens of kitchen the Chairman of the Board of name m the vestry of the church the cheap crocks generally used in the in plain English Loutmans Maga- Â¬ ton a caution be tbe greatest home in the private office of a Stat There should Selectmen a inssy I tile old man was were startled as Nathan walked up the dairy will not accomplish an exclusion wth a merely to take warning and zine with nominal punishment or possible variety commencing with the street business house the other day seen comng up the waiK JNathan aisle and took his place among them of grease while they are certain in a even none at all On the other hand early asparagus and closing with a No sir I am not said the headof with his usual mhospitahtj- met him at At the close of the services he rose and short time to become cracked and the theft may involve treachery and Keening the head perfectly clean full line cut short only by frosts The the firm rather curtly the door and looked at him in a for Â¬ in a husky voice said s mply chipped so that free access to grease is show more artfulness A serv- Â¬ says a writer in tho Salem Mass Ga- Â¬ planting should not only be timely but If a man was to tell you that he My friends whereas once I was made This old butter or cream soon be- ant trusted or lesshis bidding way with masters property zette is a great a d to heal h A dis- - should tie made with a view to a suc- - could build a ship that would cross the began the old man hesi- - blind now I see Ahein comes rancid and sends forth a smell that steals it In That was all a case The babys monument is not in the corrupts all the milk it reaches Tin months might such to four the three tmguished physician who has spent cession Beets for instance that are Atlantic in twenty four hours wifcit tatingly Werer Mr Nathan wrote rise Suppose his for said for early to the town specified in the pajiers j orchard butslowly surely day Dy day vessels we have always found the best again that the circumstances of the much aofpersontime at quarantine thor- - planted are of little roots as well asuse would you say inquired th doldsaae greens value for later whose head was leaning forward to catch the aaswer voung there is rising the loftv front of a even for a badly managed dairy Any case suggested not only treachery but that found on the dead bodv of the Td say he was a coBfou4ed iee woman to whom the laby belonged Home for Orphan Children Nathan one can tell by looking at tin vessels conspiracy Suppose the th ef was a oughly washed every day rarely ever so a d flerent variety should be planted we er do not iind that she had Odell richer than any ever supposed whether or not they are well taken care grown up clerk who had led an under took contag ous diseases but when the lor late and winter use So too of responded the merchant wjMwnpkar and A hair was allowed to become drty and cucumbers those planted for early use rlc nromptness- Other mens monev of There is a bright glow to a any friends in that town m fact we is its founder servant to be the actual committer of matted it was hardly possible to e cape will not furnish the requirement for sir can build tWM 5te Welt S can that can not be put on by the offense In such a case the er do not find that she had any any-- may carry it on but he is its founder Especially speedv infection Many persons iou can That is the bab3s monument Sun artificial means Then the tins do not months might rise to six I shouldfour relief for nervous headache hndwashrng j late pickling this should in the line where up to tlrls t me of er J mean ex- Â¬ by be planted can Yes sir SEP St i33 dajs the woods and streams miss Na crack and chip and when holes do ap- Â¬ pect to find circumstances of unusual the head thoroughly in weak soda of sweet corn as faas we have inquired so we er at different times so as to be continued j Then suv permit e clothed andin his right pear they must be mended or the can aggravation in a ease of theft or fraud xsoncluded not to make er any more in- - than for he of frost It is bet Â¬ mv previous reiuaxA bj a wmtmm-ju-- water We have known cases almost jures and put her into the alms- - j mindfeetisofsitting in the old church a thrown away In the case of crocks which was punished with nine v iioHv cured in ten minutes by this until the approach ter to have the error if any in the COnSiuer you a uiasaeuj m JucuseJ3 the Master where a littir there is generally the objectionable months hard labor on a first the A fr end finds it the direction of late planting than to ba fool thati my first simple remed Odell opene i his clasp child has led him Emily Baker practice of covering them with pieces of conviction Then Nathan but many instances greatest relief in case of rose cold deprived df this important article of Smalleij in Ctecago Advance JLkc mouth and shouted savagely board that soon become saturated with may be given in which such a the cold symptoms entirely leaving the food sooner than necessary The at Â¬ cated -Whvso sir old grease and lying so closely to the sentence would be nothing extraor- Â¬ eyes aft one thorough washing of the tention of a garden in its- care and The ch Id is m ne the child is Becas yo doat Tjfid it-An autograuh letter of General face of the milk destroy the flavor of dinary Receiving is a worse crime hair Tiic head should be thoroughly planting requires the exercise of a day sir old man stepp ng ji George Washington was sold in New She cream We say by all means iso than theft in many instances though dried afterward and draught of air great amount of Judgment rYe aid theforgetLng his sucd J York recently for 75 The old man pteked u Iks fct Un in the dairy American Dairyman not in alt A person who rseived should be avoided for a little while icomans in Boston Globe bcks pace and V jlid out CAJceq Xrfycr GOING UP TOGETHER nest tra -- -- -- t - -- - HI Â¬ Â¬ 51 1 - nt ia Â¬ ascer-tain-t- he iiJsj-JIaiiv-- 1 r-e- J -- Â¬ -- J j j i iighis 1 - - Â¬ -- Â¬ jupd G oi 1 L- T -- - - J - I i Â¬ I well-cared-f- or I I q4 I - N j -- J j - r- nie - l Vt - t C I S -- - i V - swr mi V7v MMMiUMPiliMlliii yyr g - y2Sni mrsf - - Tsn HI gfwrfwtwu iijm iwan Jf m If Jti it r - f r HI ty I had heard him preach here the gesered at ike Hasel Green Postoffice as Sunday before and judge from the way sad class mail matter Carry in stock the LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF GENERAL STERCITA V he handled the Gospel that he is liable DISfi IN EASTERN KENTUCKY Having the experience to do a great deal of good in his field of wm AAUb Vi J business we leel justified m asserting to the trade both Wholesale Jand Retail that we labor From what he told me in the con- Â¬ do can and will meet the wants of our patrons and make it toyour interest to patronize us J e have an immese stock of everything you want or need including circulation Is in versation my judgement was confirmed Race Seventh George Streets ereasiaf witk eack I time it is therefore and I feel moved to write something THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM aoouc nis wonc and its surroundings In JSstera Ketacky and tko rates are Of course all over the mountain coun- Â¬ Iy abevt kalf those ekarged by other O Jeeal family uewKpapesx do Hot try there is need for more or lej evangel Â¬ JrWe have ZLZLZESTHE HERALD izing and from what I more seen of these regions xhe need is for rather than less Kentucky University here is send Â¬ Loaf Tobacco Live Stock and all kinds Country Produce SPENCER COOPER Editor ing out young men from its Bible college taken in exchange for Goods or in settlement of Notes and Accounts DEALERS IN and the A and M college is educatiner a j2Piour trade is respectfully solicited J y y DAY great many of the most promising youths HAZEL GREEN KY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 5 1885 irom ine mil country uut these men E B MAY when they go to the mountains carry J C SWANGO witn tnem too many ideas of uapuan ixxoroczmrs ease and are looking too much after the best locations where the grapes of Eschel COCXTY JUDGE grow in the biggest bunches and the W mt authorized to announce 6 B fWJJKrO eaadidate for re election as milk and honey flow most profusely W Cs ty Jadge tweet to the action of the The work they are doing is a good work HAZEL GREEN KY in its way but it is rather slow in taking are thatsome founderies rolling mills WY MAYTOWN KYf authorised to announce J C effect and the great need is for those and furniture factories will sprimr ud at O LYKINS a aaniiidatc for the office of who will hunt after the hard places and Jackson and utilize much of the raw ma- aUILLIN J M Quillin J C Lykins Keep constantly on hand everything kept in a first clss country store We do Jadge ef Wolfe subject to action of Je t th e soft snaps go by Enl ighten in en t terial at home All the crude stuff is not secure trade by misrepresention but by fair and honest dealing We carry 8 H BE TE POLURD Attorneys at La w and Real Estate Ageuts ic party Â¬ at hand and the river will furnish all must of course precede or at least acCampion Ky COUJiTY CLERK company religion but it sometimes hap- Â¬ needed water power The Largest and Best Stock of Coods and sell for Importer and Jobbers Titles examined taxes paid for We authorized to announce DA pens that men who have no strong religi- Â¬ Taking as he does this Utopian view Collections a specialty Real Estate Least Money of any House in Town VID HOGG a candidate for re election as ous motive to actuate them care more to IN Ceaaty Clerk of Wolfe county subject to hunt some enlightened community and of his surroundings Mr Cooper of bought and sold on commission Will prac We have also connected with our business course is anxious to gain a permanent tice in Wolfe and adjoining counties aotiea ef tke Democratic party settle there than they do to introduce footing for his church in Jackson He CIRCUIT CLERK A First Class Steam Flouring and Saw Mill R B GARDNER their own culture into places where their We are authorized to announce W F example as well a3 their precepts are tells me that there is not a church build- Â¬ ing in the county In Jackson the preachand will guarantee satisfaction Respectfully c ELKTXS a eaadidate for re election as Cir ing is done in a dilapidated old court- Â¬ PHYSICLVN AND SURGEON cait Clerk of Wolfe county subject to ac- Â¬ needed Therefore arises the necessity for a spe Â¬ house and in the country services are tion f democratic party MAY SWANCO HAZEL GREEN KY cial set of men dedicated and set apart for held in school houses or private resi- Â¬ ASSESSOR N W cor Pear and Wain G B SWANGO We are authorized to announce W G this work and bound to seek out the dences There are very few schools in ses- - Offers his services to the people of Wolfe W T SWANGO waste places rather than the rose crardens son during the winter the school fund V UKUJSY a candidate for the office of and adjoining counties Assessor or Wolfe county subject to action and compelled to turn loose their theo- Â¬ is too small and the roads are too bad for logical Gatling euns upon the devils co- Â¬ children to travel The school houses O ef democratic party J M KASH horts where the imps are thickest True are log shanties without doors or win- Â¬ COU2CTT ATTORNEY LEOET CO We are authorized to announce J C mere is lessgiory in it tnan mere is m dow sash On one occasion he walked PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON DEALEES is going fifteen thousand miles to convert four or five miles over slippery moun- Â¬ LTKEN8 candidate for the office of Coun Â¬ ty Attorney of Wolfe subject to action of a Chinaman whom you would not allow tain paths to fill a preaching appoinment Tenders his professional services to the citi tke deaaecratic party to come here and get salvation if he The roads were too dangerous even to at-Â¬ izensof Wolfeand adjoining counties Offiice at rehidence on Broadway wanted it The preacher who is just tempt riding horseback When he ar- Â¬ The Lexington Chamber of Commerce back from Breathitt doesnt have half so rived at the school house he found a HAZEL GREEN KY HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY many chickens killed for him or one huge fire burning in the fireplace and has recommended W E Bush B TAULBEE M D AND tenth as many good sisters asking him KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL ASSOKTEENT OV builder of the magnificent court house to tea as the good brother does who comes some of the sisters had a large pot of which now adorns that city to be super- Â¬ back from China to recuperate and to water boiling over it This they were nAZEL GREEN KY Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing dipping out and dashing over the floor show the women at the sewing circles to loosen up the sleet which was an inch Physician Surgeon intendent of the public buildings to be Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Accoucheur erected there by the Government and how to eat with chop sticks But the or more thick on it Through the spaces Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ Tenders his professional services to the recommendation meets the hearty preacher in Breathitt saves ammunition between the logs and the openings for ple of Wolfe and adjoining countiesthe peo3 W cos PEARL AND YLNE STREETS to the State and saves money to the tax and windows it had beaten in al- Â¬ Office at residence on Hazel Green Heights ies Stoves and Farming Implements approval of all persons who have ever payers while I doubt if all the missiona- doors as freely as most In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOM PRICES it had fallen on the had any dealings with the firm of F ries who ever went to China have saved ground outside W T CASKEY CINCINNATI O H F PIERATT AIko will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due us all kinds of Bush Sox of which1 Mr W E Bush a dollar to anybody or cheated the devil Yet with such disadvantages to en- Â¬ Country Produce andLive Stock of every description out of a single almond eyed Washee counter the people are glad to come and CASKEY 1 k the junior member No more fitting Washee man flock to hear preaching At no time appointment could be made if the Gov Â¬ But I speak this of my own authority does the evangelist fail Wholesale and Retail to secure a large WITH ernment would have everything con- Â¬ and not by permisson of Brother Cooper and attentive congregation Dr Guer He thinks that all kinds of missioarv rant is especially popular Being a phystructed as per specifications for we verily believe he is so conscientious that woik is good work though just now he sician he cures the body as well as the TFnTiTri to his own little contract soul and they come to him for miles HAZEL GREEN KY he would not vary one iota from his duty gives preierence m Breathitt county with all manner of aches and pains and JOBBERS 07 for any consideration But while we Two years ago he was sent to the ailments He gives them medicine of a PROVISIONS Qr ii Jcbow him quite well and will always mountains by the Synod of Kentucky one sort or anotuer ana tne UUI irr-axrj-Ki- -s vs j l with a sort of roving commission to fight aj i flfVfrnnitnf nonil f - rXJnr v rnmDry wicy uuve m endorse him as an honest upright busi-Â¬ wuluj Teat Svrup Is now manufacturing Ten different styles of Plain and Fancy Wrought Iron Fencing and n -T Nvrv7 vvm tlOuiH mnfoviti it tne aevn anywnere and ev all VtVMrifrt Ml are ready to take contracts for putting up same Persons wanting a strictly Wrought Axes Oils rJaFiiiSKS i ness man and Christian gentleman as n Trun fwl f run nnnn lnm Z latent Medicine Nails ST a Iron Fence and that the beat in the world can buv no other We also make a style THTM RACB AST t verv otJ - rZL the Wooden and Tinware In fact drirrianv taWK 5J r i will who know him we are not so in goon many suarp rf all v effectual and a is emotional and adapted to enclosing country burying grounds Our Fences are not only the most sub- Â¬ J UXTCCT SrZEBTS- in timately acquainted with him as we are 17 the Jbushes n- -sfiEScis with 1 Old Nick freedom with which he mingles with EVERY THING YOU NEED stantial but the handsomest ever made and a yard enclosed by one of them is greatly E3Give us a call and he convinced that enhanced in beauty and value Our Machine Department is supplied with the most mod- Â¬ i locaieo unere ana mere duc nnany them endears him to people of all classes with his sister who has the honor t CLNCINNATI O you can buy more goods from us to the Dol- ern machinery and our workmen cannot be excelled in skill experience or honest per Â¬ and gives him great influence lag as our betterjjths andjheboiD lar than at any other house in the moun formance of their duties We REPAIR ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY and make a opened his batteries there About t cv and Mr Cooper is just now endeavoring to tains We also desire to buy number of specialy of f HATS CAPS GLOVES a year ago he went to Jackson in compa build a Presbyterian church in Jackson Fat Cattle and Sheep for which uwe will pay with Dr Guerrant formerly of Louis and I have no doubt will succeed Poor the highest market price W wust be In short no man ny a No other shop outside of Louisville can say the same S Go this broad land can be found who ville and there beganthis revival which as the people are and none of them are is opening of the wealthy they have already raised over well to call lasted two weeks In SSnw mill men will BUGQY WOUKS Catalogues furnished ondoapplication toon us or write for information could render such universal and entire engagement the preachers got the best 400 among themselves Materials and The Old Reliable t satisfaction as superintendent of public of the old adversary for the meeting re- Â¬ labor are both cheap there and he MT STERLING KY T BEAST feaUdings as would Will Bush and we sulted in the formation of a Presbyterian thinks he can build a very neat house siBcerely hope he may receive the ap church of over ninety members besides of worship for 1500 He was trying to about sixty additions to the Methodists raise money here at the time I saw him Corner Pearl and Vine Clacianati wesli porataient Both denominations have been growing but how much he got I cannot say The hers express their thaaks for past iiYerrta in grace there ever since and gaining new Presbyterians here generally give liberal- Â¬ all their old customers aad Sv31aske8 Keep on hanuBUOK BOARDS and Mr W G W Cktjey is announced members from the world all the time ly to such objects and no doubt he left tinnance of their trade D-HAND BUGGIES DEALER IN These results were reached by the simple here for his mountain home somewhat Paint all kinds of work and Repair and a candidate for Assessor of Wolfe We always keep a good stock ad TJaele the idea being to County in this weef s paper Mr CktjÂ¬ preaching of the gospel relgion first and weightier in purse than he came His Jim Fant with his good look3 will at all work is done under the supervision of induce men to profess ey was a gallant Confederate soldier in pick out their own special sort of religion this West Lexington Presbvterv and times be ready to wait upon yoH the late war and lost his left arm in bat Â¬ afterwards I suppose the good sisters and brethren y3RAirKiiir Will receive Mr Shores special attention Of course the Methodists were on hand will back him up But a boost or two tle which incapacitates him for ordinary SHORE CONROY enough to in the right direction from other sources Give us a call devil never yet farm labor but will not interfere with Theanywhere that awas spry NO 10 MAIN STREET MT STERLING KY Methodist circuit would not go amiss get SAVE YOUR MONEY AND BUY making a good assessor and if every rider was not on his trail and if it was a his I am a strong believer in these moun- Â¬ of in YOURGOODS CHEAP soldier Confederate and Federal will good neighborhood for chickens the tain missions Last spring when I was FOT7iri sr --r 193 TlH9 Stmt Cincinnati OM CLOCKS FROM ONE 100 DOLLAR TJr ir preacher frequently got there first fishing on Cumberland I found a boat-Â¬ t do his duty by him as one soldier ALLISON 4 SMITH 2 00 One Day Clock strike should to another and his other friends Brother J J Dickey of the Methodist man who had recently been converted The typ ob wbteh this papr I prtals ta frm church was also in Jackson and he and He never shirked his work or tried to get 2 75 tba above foaadry Kuitok Huuxb Eight Day Clock will stand by him Bill Ceuey will be Brother Cooper still hold the fort and more than his lawful wages He would 3 75 and Album Eight Day Clock s powerful hard man to beat and if snatch all the brands from the burning go anywhere on the river and get there 9 00 SOLID SILVER WATCHES B BOBEKTSJt which they can quicker than any of the others In camp elected will make good officer DAYSBOROUGH KY 1 00 Silver Plated Spoons nota- he was ready capable and willing to do Brother Cooper told me of some jETPartieular attention paid to Repairing Call and see my goods WOT The election passed off quietly but ble examples of conversion which he had whatever was to be done without waitÂ¬ High of Jerry Little ing to be told And stranger than all JOHN W JONES there wm ely 125 votes polled at this witnessed among others Dickey Principal begins who was formerly spoken of as the he refused to take a fine bass which had itsRev John J August 4th 1885 Students sixth term pseciactovt ef about 300 which were Breathitt county outlaw He will be been caught on arrother fellows set out can enter at any time Instrumental music ESTABLISHED IN fleeed aiioUowg For Treasurer Tate remembered as the man whoWas accused on Sunday v A fellow who wont steal a is taught Board at very reasonable rates WHOLESALE S of murdering County Judge Burnett in- - pur pound43as3oil a set out bunday or A Libbaky of 500 volumes recently donated 7 Pex 40 For Representative D Jackson some years since and on account jk Sundayf has certainly got religion by friends and the principals private libraGoiMHT McetTed 118 vote3 For the con to students The schools past reomv one or the 1 ever ry free troops were au tv He Dry cord is its best assurance for theYntare veatiok 122 votes three of the 125 not oi wmen tne otaiethree monthsagd he saw was tne it operate on all sort boatmen as Breathitt About and if OF MT voting fer it Instead of being the ban- Â¬ was baptized into the church and in his it did on him I hopeUhcy will all have 729 731 aad 7ZS John A Carter Ladies Will Find at Miss M S Hoyis James G Carter ner county as we had hoped if all pre- Â¬ own way said as his profession of faith religion before I go back there even if I Agency SI43 LMAIN STREET black kid glove DA Forline Falcon A fine 125 4 button Silk at 4165 Lighten 1SS5 Total Assets of 31000000 00 1S61 London and Lancashire 80 cincts tura out as few in proportion as I have dissolved partnership withtbe haveC to steal my own fish and Lisle thread kids Royal of Liverpool Jo C Bethel Since then ho has not toucheda devil glbves in black and colors Ruchings in 1836 Liverpool and London of Liverpool 9260000 00 J G Carter Jr this did it will be the bantJSm countj drop of liquor and isme of thorrfqt crepe lciss and muslin muslin at 25 cents a 4541240 00 and Globe of England 36875000 00 1810 Hartford of Hartford STATE NEWS And if the convention is defeated by the sober discreet menrahdoncof the1est Mercan1849 Springfield ot Springfield 2535633 00 box Infants muslin bonnets 50 cents up 1809 North British D B GREEN Corsets in great variety Plated Jewelry in 33301000 00 1863 Fireniens Fund of Calirote of Wolie her citizens should never citizens in the county He nevWwas tile of England winr Basil Guest and Will Davis of Danup Lace in sets from fornia HirETAEEX mutter about taxation or anv other evil the desperado he was charged with being ville are applicants for positions in the pins and eardropsJewelry in sets 1from 5 cts 17D4 Ins Co of jorth America 971696 33 1869 Northwestern National 1473026 00 WHITE 9 GREEK pins Mourning 1154SS9 00 of Philadelphia though when smarting undera sense of Wholesale Dealers la treasury department up Collar buttons 30 to 50 cts in gold and 1710 Sun Fire Officelof London 5863000 00 1750 Niagara of New York 1874035 00 he was Hr J C Swa2go in this issue of The wrong Most of an xc3dfngly dangerous Silver Rhine stone combs 375 to 1782 Phenix of Loudon 53S3916 46 1865 Boatmans Pittsburg 411499 00 Â¬ silver Rev Sam Jonas the Georgia wonthetrouble he has been man silver shell L 615 West Maa Street announces himself for County in was caused by tfjple brandyjmd bad der is preaching at High Bridge camp 800 Hair ornaments in gold to 5 each Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well known R T White Herald T 7rvan and jet Gold necklaces 3 Judge Mr Swaxgo is too well known companv Whether he were sinned meeting with great success Coral bracelets 25 cts per pr Ladies hand corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental companies being dear at anyprice J A Hufiakcr LOUISYILEBi KY The trial of Vanover for the killing satchels 1 up All kinds of hair work The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as they to the citizens of Wolfe to require any f against or sinning before he joined the ifc of Roberts in the Letcher circuit court done to order Braids made from combings would a banker or a person who ia to hold their funds in trust Look to quality as tho commendation from us but this we will rcliurch Yaluabfe Faim for Salt f sell A HOFFMAN comeoncuitiuu juumt uauiui citizens m Judge Jackson presiding i3 now in pro-Â¬ at 50 cts per ounce atWe to 10braids made paramount consideration of insurance Rcpectfully Â¬ 3 gray 5 to from long even hair say in his behalf He is a christian gen the land He is born a leader and hav gress I offer for sale the farm fcaswa as tka Office At Traders and Deposit Bant 10 Orders bv mail promptlv attended to tleman of extraordinary common sense ing extensive family connections and Holderby place Upper LEXINGTON KY Cor Church Maud S the queen of the turf has well versed in law in every way identi Â¬ wide influence his conversion will do strengthened her right to that title by Containing Acr B F McCormick J 3L Cox lyinjr Highest Honor fied with the countys interest has a- more to keep the peace in Breathitt than trotting a mile in 208 at Cleveland last VBOHTMS miles beleir Htel of State Guards Worlds Exposition stroag backing and If elected will makes a battalion instance related by Mr Coop- Â¬ Thursday ireea on the state road TMs farm ham as MODEL PLANING MILL Another f VW FROZEN CREEK it Henry Jones a tobacco laborer of C a good Judge fJ er will bear mentioning Many of the A Cood 2 Story Frame DwtHlng Breathitt County - Kentucky Estill countj has been arrested for the boatmen who raft logs and coal to Frank Â¬ murder of a man in Scott county two containing 5 rooms besides kitchen a 3 dia Â¬ OPENED For Circuit Court Clerk we this week fort return home by way of Mt Sterling a oo HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND variety of log rccun There ia a goed well el fiewa years ago the finest line in both quality and H AT N EWWR SMITH of the announce the name of W F Elkdt s and when they reach the end of the little ter aad fine springs which yield aa aax ASTelson county farmer lets his Manufacturers of and Dealers in COMMERCIAL COLLEGE out from dance of pwe stock water an erelwrd af the present incumbent Mr Elkjxs coal road wliich runsthe rest ofthat town landoup to tobacco tenants for half the the way thev have to travel Kentucky University Lexington Ky SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS 65 bearing apple trew of agrte4 trimier has filled this position for four years and on foot About a days journey from proceeds of the crops and gets 100 per Studonta can begin any week day dnrinsr the year Rough and Bmsid Luibtf Doors and summer fralt yoaBgaad tiriftyj geed to cocaplete the Full Diploma BuiinsM Xi o vacation Time barn aad oat baildings afeeat lid acres ef Coaitt about 10 tki Average total cost Including Tui ever brought to the mountains and will sell if experience be anything he should cerÂ¬ there lives an old gentleman known as acre for his share 90 Telegraphy tion Set of Books and Hoard in a fucil bottom land ia good state af ealtivaisea SO SASH BLINDS and Type Writing iptcialtiet laterary them cheaper than the same class of goods and these men are in the The governor has offered a reward of Phonography Ladlaa recelred Oter 6000 Successful tainly understand the details of the office Uncle Billy acres of which mi bow is xa 60 aares af Course free stopping with him He says 300 for the apprehension and delivery Graduates Orer 500 poplls lut year from 15 to 5 jean ct can be haa elsewhere in Eastern Kentucky thoroughly and be competent to fill it habit of ASD ALL KDTDS OF BUILDIXG MATEEIAL improved table lasd aad Ore rranriiinyM3 from XI iUUi Iaitrccticn U practically nod JudlrlJusilr l has been a marked change in their of Vandorn and William Bailey to the imparted by 10 leacbrri PpccUl couth for Teachers and Ban Money Saved Is Money Made acres timbered ef whia 183 acres is sever Â¬ He goes into the fight with plenty pf there demeanor since missionaries have been jailer of Lee county ed with very finest oak aad papkir sail ni lies University Diploma presented to its gradcatet Therefore be wise and place your monev y MT STERLING KY TfiW beautiful city is noted for iu beaithfalDeu andsoctetr and friends to stand by him and will be hard among them They used to come to his an rich and productive aauHderlaM witk is estimated that an average of tl Thofolding railroadswhich reeelrcd the Highest award at tb where it will do you the most good WE It Text Boole house filled with Cincinnati benzine 3000 immigrants come into Kentucky Worlds Exposition tor ita Kxtrnrire Practical and Com WILL SELL YOU MORE GOODS FOR to beat Fine Bituminous Co Basinets Education iireatnsive used only at this cursing like demons and firing- theirvpis annually Most of the number arc from College tjium of cheapest College withisthe highest endorse OND DOLLAR than anybody We mean Price 4500 yA cask sad ranierix It Is the one and two years Powesaiom give at neat and guarantees success In business to its deserrint gradu all we sav and if vou are at all doubtful call David Hogg the present County tols while they yelled like Comanchfe In- Â¬ Germany and Switzerland DEALER IK ates For circclsrs and fall particulars address Its President at our new store and satisfy yourself that we J once on reasonable terms Persaaa fifmrriax WZZiBTXB B SMITH Lexington Ky Court Clerk announces himself for reÂ¬ dians Not a cow or pir or chicken The trial of the Holcombs at Whites- to purchase can call aa H CHaradeB er have what you want all you need ana will election Everybody knows DAVE and could come by them without developing burg for killing Samuel Cornett closed not ask the earth moon and stars for it W O Mizeat Hasel Green ar the vader fusillade Now according to Uncle a Our store is a bran new one located at signed at Staatoa Powell eeaaty Ky believe everybody likes the way he Billy they come and go quietly and be- Â¬ on July 24th the jury finding them guil Â¬ we the mouth of Frozen creek immediately on lay 27 I860 L W MAFEL ty and fixing the punishment of the old MOUNT STERLING KY has managed his office affairs during his have with due decorum while in and the banks of the Kentucky river and the man Samuel Holcomb at 10 years and stock in it is bran spankin new also conincumbency He is not likely to have about his house and better than all his son William at 21 years in the pen- Â¬ E TUCK COACHERS AND ROADSTERS A SPE- GEO sisting in part of they save most of the money made on itentiary1 HAZEL GREEN KY opposition but whether he does or not is itith The verdict was approved by CIALTY their trip and take it hometo their fami-Â¬ jJS9Horse Shoeing a Specialty Buggies Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats kmm mlkw1h tachav c9 apt to be elected as he has a host of lies Many of them carrv provisions all the citizens wagons and Farm JAny one wishing to visit Cincinnati Rev John C Young of Danville and repaired all kinds of mannerTools made friend who will stand by him in his home with them because they can pur-Â¬ in the best or Louisville can leave their horses with MDWfafitirtfS o if CUM- Boots Shoes Hardware chase cheaper and save the expense of died suddenly at High Bridge on July me and rest assured that they will receive 642 and 644 3aiaSfcLQTJISTIIJLI-XX-7- 3 csvaes g 29th where he went to attend transportation by doing so No store in this section would be complete every attention be watered fed groomed T He was in good spirits and to all JtaaoBg our announcements this week without having everything for the accom- and bedded Soliciting your custom 1 reÂ¬ since these preachers have got- Â¬ and 75 Woeeter St NEW YOML In fact Yours truly HAZEL GREEN KY JOHN KEEF main modation of the people hence we carry ten a foot hold in Breathitt it has be- Â¬ appearances perfectly well when he left the name of J C Lykens for iyMri s a coHBs home although has been known to his J 3V orderly one of Staple and Fancy Groceries be ftoe of County Attorney Joe as comecounties the most State and human intimate friends it months past that his for Co in the including COMBS in such abundance and ht m familiarly called is a lawyer of life there is safer than in almost any oth- Â¬ health was in a critical condition He 25Make5 and repairs all kinds of Farming flour meal bacon salt variety sngar c coffee Wholesale Dealers in BSALZJsS DC f j pare than ordinary ability a sober in er section Killing for monev is un was one of the most gifted pulpit orators Tools Buggies and Wagons especial atten that we can sell them very cheap or will ex Horse Shoeing will receive Dry Goods Notions and Fancy Goods change with you for country produce ciUaettB worker and a good pleader known and there are no longer feuds to in the State tion against family and put Ed and Those Owing Us Must Pay Us Without disparagement to the present array family on the hunt for each other and killed Robt Hawkins were shot 715 and 71T West SCaia Street AND LIVE TOCKL OF ALL JEBCEfe neighbors out in Anderson countv on July UY AVritidg Paper Envelopes Ink and well have no monkeying about the 1cuBeat Joe will do the county as with Winchester rifles as the case once 2Sth by Horace Mullins The trouble LOUISVILLE KY Cor Maia aadXariaa Streets Between 7th and 8th 5 Pens Lead Pencils c at The matter Respectfully c was Robbery is hardly known at all originated from the fact that MulliilsHEKAXD office and save money tSMch aad w good service as any man CAMFTQif DAY BROS Kepressnted fey J SXOCK June 1 1S S5 FALCONS LETTER A Graphic Description ut Breathitt conn ty from a Religious Standpoint Correspondence Evening Times Lexington July 22 I was talking 5F5sr aaieet way to traasmit monevby the other day with an old acquaintance jMuLk y registered letter post office mon Willie Coope now the Rev W B Coop- Â¬ er draft ea CiaciaaatL Honey sent er who is a Presbyterian missionary do-Â¬ p Sb Uf way will fee at eiar risk ing evangelistic work in Breathitt coun- Â¬ -- THE HERALD edr THE HjpALDftaassz eJrTyc and the rights of property are sacredly had been courting the sister of iheJETaw kins and made an improper proposal to which they objected and sought to kill him After the shooting Mullins es-Â¬ caped and has not been apprehended kind to strangers and hospitable to The Herald will selL you gilt edged every new comer ITr Cooper says that wanderings through Wolfe and note paper for 10 cents a quire in his Breathitt and adjacent counties for the past two years he has never once been M KASH insulted or failed to receive a hearty welcome wherever he went Indeed he ATTORNEY AT LAW is very enthusiastic about his mountain Hazel Geeen Ky flock and says tmjre are among them some of the noblest people he ever saw Will practice in Wolfe and adjoining counBreathitt county itself be thinks is ties Collections will receive prompt attendestined to become the wealthiest coun tion ty in the State and Jackson the county AMUEL McKEE seat will be in the course of time a sec O ond Pittsburg It is on the Kentucky River and will in time be readied by No 441 ATTORNEY AT LAW W Jefferson Street slackwater navigation and also by the LOUISVILLE KY Kentucky Union RR which runs entire- Â¬ SES Practices in all the State Courts and ly thro the county Timber is the finest in the State and coal can not be equalled special attention given to business of all on the continent It is easy to mine kinds in the United States Courts and if the river were locked and dammed A PORTER LACEY could be shipped to a market for little or no cost Even by rail the freights are ATTORNEY AT LAW not likely to bo high as the railroad will have to compete in its carrying trade NOTARY PUBLIC AND EXAMINER OF DEPOSITIONS with the Kentucky Central and the Chesapeake and Ohio But the chances observed and men can sleep as securely with their doors wide open as if behind the iron casing of a burglar proof safe The people are generous and open-hcart-e- dj JT F DAY KY --- THE JGHM SttillTe COtBWT J MMMiESIJliMMiHtHHiMlUlSa DRY GOODS HAZEL GREEN --- CARPETING Cincmnati Â¬ Â¬ DRY GOODS NOTIONS CLOTHING Boots Shoes Hats Caps Drugs Groceries Queensware Hardware Saddlery Cutlery LYTLE CO SWANGO Dealers in General Merchandise MAY Boots 96 aid Sloes Pari St i ClirCIKNATI Â¬ r non-residen- ts the Â¬ Â¬ JR QrUeensware Glassware MASKS c TR SWANCO BRO Cmemnati GENERAL MERCHANDISE lr Clothing J CLOTH HOUSE JP EOGERS Â¬ Â¬ FIERATT Â¬ GIRIOICIEIRIS T--i- THE MT STERLING no Jj POTMl A 1 ijjci 1 rr 1 j ii flniSjwo -- Flour Bacon Lard Salt - r r iYa rS W rmM MM11B Llj Xb Louis Stix Co Ssfa34 Goods and Notions -- I t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Gumming and Hammering Saws NEW W DicMnson R Supt Mt Sterling Ky Conro Shore SECON- f sion PAnSSa JOHN W JONES Silverware Mete m if Largest Stock Clocks hat hotjsb Eastern Kentucky TYP E E IOKELL - 41 si Â¬ Jackson School 1845 Carter Bros f Q s- - Â¬ Â¬ The Leading Insurance Agency STEELING KY Coods and Notions 848780 Â¬ louisvillext Â¬ Â¬ E Boots and Shoes -- iertaiJ J At - -- 9 - DAY BROTHERS 423 TO wrded Mccormick cox Â¬ - JOHN KEEF Â¬ FRANK TYLER FINE HORSES BLACKSMITH J PIEBATT Â¬ 1 Mm camp-meetin- Â¬ law-abidi- ng BLACKSMITH Davis Mallory VATJeHN Â¬ Â¬ General MerchsmHsr J r -- 4r- - f r rS l MUfflnrisiirtlftrTBTiilsr IV-- s Aiat wssawajitoASjga - y FT KfeF 3 - -- f-i - Pv J 7 fHU HERALD AiYtNf Mr Hays Editor of Hazel -- Dcis6f 1Y Julv-27 isSorrow it i Yn A re wt orresfKradentln every Muniee of Wolfe Mor te - itL Menifee Magoffin Pow-- Saet at every paint in the mountains c- TTri far 4ertts to agents I n Xe 2 leaves Xothwell at 9 a m K Sterling t Bc 1 leaves 3tt-- Sterling ai 7 a m arriving TIME TABLE sissies slower than 3It arrives at Sterling at Hh50 a T 3 leaves Mt Sterling at 140 p m arÂ¬ rives at Rothwell at 320 p m Jfev 4 leave Rothwell at 345 p m arrives at Mt Stcrliag st 5 30 p m Ke 2 oefiseets at Mt Sterling with 1105 a railway m as -- 157 p m trains on Jer Lexiagtoa Cincinnati and Louisville Xe 3 eewrects at Ml Sterling with 1105 s m train 6R C --c O --rem the East and 136 p m traia from Louisville and CincisBatL fcft Tfiniljjniii ij coasty court day special leaves Rothwell on the 3rd Monday in each m eatk at 7 30 a arriving at lit Sterling EetatsHe--Ieave- s ML Sterling at 9a at 3 - a rrivisg at Jlethwell at 430pm Leaves SethweH tor Xt Sterliae at 5 p m t jJeikweU at K 40 a Hi C0 HKkXHAXPER Supt 1T EDKESDAY HAZEL EN KY MtfAUGUST 5 -- 1885 jTr at7S cento iet advertisements inserted cents per iefc rt insertioB and 25 as inch each wfe eqaent insertion Sir The Herald has airways hein a wel co visitor here but since its colums are filed up with advertising thee feastof the Quacks erecting tombstones c we are sorÂ¬ row to say we can give it no more room pleas stop my coppy I remain Yours c John S Hays The above epistle came to as by niaillast Thursday and upon reading it we were as Â¬ tounded What could the writer mean An examination revealed the fact that our Up- Â¬ per Frozen correspondent had sent us in his letter of July 16 these two lines The quacks are still having a feast er Â¬ ecting tombstones Whv this should upset the equilibrium of our friend to whom The Heuald nas aI wavs been a welcom visitor we did not then nor do we now know inasmuch as we have frequently informed the public that re are in no wise responsible for the views of correspondents but he has ordered us toÂ¬ stop his coppy and we are awful sorrow about it Then he says its colums filed with advertising the feasts of are thee Quacks erecting tombstones c 2To He neceESitv for filing them together might have filed the colums on one hook and put the other away in a refrigera- Â¬ tor where he onght to be fhen again he Xow says we can give it no more room theres where we made a mistake in enlarg- Â¬ ing from a six to a seven column paper But John Smith Hays should have told us about that and we would have had John C K-- Hay saw him some lumber with his Chicawhack saw to make room How-Â¬ ever we cannot stop his coppy for as coppy must be cop means policeman a familiar name meaning the same and we never interfere with them And now John we are awful sorrow but ta ia dear John write us often -- gxk Hekald Green Ky Hazel So CORRESPONDENCE EASTERN KENTUCKY COUNTIES NEWS BY Maytown August 3 Reporte I by Special Correspondents from All Points in the 2Iountaiiis WOLFE COUNTY Eo C-- - K Harris officiating and xrere largelv attend- Â¬ ed many of the most prominent citizens of the books they need immediately after com- Â¬ IN MAYTOWN KY Tke citizens are donating liberally to Paris being present The remains were mencement of school The house is a boxed frame two storys Improvements are being made both wrds a fund to dig a well on the public buried at the Ogden Cemetery Paris 111 high and contains six rooms with kitchen Gazette agricultural and architectural and ere long school property There ia a half acre of groan d attached The deceased was born on Stillwater in Lacy Creek will be one of the most pleasant which ia set in Who among our open hearted citizens this county then Morgan and was a first places in the mountains It has been baid Trill furnish the lirac to whitewash the pub Â¬ cousin of Judge Swangos father and moth- Â¬ that Lacy Creek was one of the most de Â¬ A Variety of Fruit Tries Barks er and also of J G Trimble Mt Sterling grading communities in the county and we lic schoel bBilding proud to say that frankly confess itj but are The Ilazel Green Prohibition Xaw A never failing well of excellent water in to a great extent it has been cleansed of its Cakey Pieratt will endeavor to make the yard This property will be sold very We publish by request the following lawlessness and we are now having a peace- Â¬ cider aad cider vinegar enough to supply reasonable Apply to from the Law6 of Kentuckv session 1SS3 4 ful and enjoyable time trade the J P LOCKHART CHAPTER 1G22 y 1 Lacy has a cow that gives J Newtonmilk per day this is doubt- Â¬ BreenTB liniment Temoves knots and An Act to prevent and prohibit ihe sale of ur wis omce Maytown Ky 12 gallons If spirituous vinous or malt liquors with- Â¬ ed by any of let them call on Mr Lacv all ealargexaeats on horses or other stock one 2Se care so pay in three miles of Hazel Green in Wolfe about six oclock p m and be convinced of Sold by J T F Day county Not man was seen under the influence Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the fact On The Wing bring on anothse- Â¬ MAYTOWN KY Ul uvea of liuer here on Monday lsU Can any the uommonwealtn ot iventneky Wanted to know What George H Takes the lead in Low Prices with everyÂ¬ 2l ether aoaatain town make such a boast that it snail De unlawlul lor any person or persons to vend or sell spirituous McClain is erecting a house in Hazel Green thing you need in the way of Dont forget that the teachers insti vinous or malt liquors or any mixture of for We guess that he is going to jump the tHte for Wolfe county will commence at tne same within the corporate limits of the connubial twig pretty soon GROCERIES DRY GOODS KOTIMS Hazel 3reea oa Monday August 17 and con- Â¬ town of Hazel Green or within three miles Eflbrt3 are being made to induce a saw of said town in Wolfe county in less quan Â¬ mill to come into this neighborhood to cut tinue foar days BOOTS SHOES HATS CLOTHING 11 1 tity than five gallons except regularly li- Â¬ lumber for several buildings Hardware Drug Flour Bacon cVc Sote man could make big money by censed druggists who sell by prescription nAZEL Greek Herald Alfred Combs of Breathitt passed edThepublish these proceedings is request-Â¬ B ablihiBg a fruit evaporator at this place or for sacramental purposes to SSXroney is what I want and I will give Apples can be had at 10 cents a bushel and Any person or persons violating the through here last week on his way to Hazel 2 -Done bv order of the democratic countv MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH revisions of this act shall on conviction Green to purchase goods b ackbarries at 25 committee for Wolfe countv E efore any iustice of the peace for said Mrs S W Cecil and daughter Miss T C JOHNSON Chairman than any house in Maytown BreenBXinimentis pronounced by all county or before any other officer of said Maggie were visiting the family of Joseph Isaac Elkixs Secretary Country produce taken in exchange for who have used it to be tne greatest remedy county with competent jurisdiction be fined P Rose last week goods R A CHILDERS- cuts bruises etc not less than five dollars nor more than far rheHHtm sprains The Herald will sell you 24 sheets of John B Hollan and sister Miss Martha twenty five dollars for each and every field by J T F Day of Lane were visiting relatives and friends note paper for 10 cents Fine white en- Â¬ offense velopes at 10 cents a package This act shall take effect from and here last week The trustees of the Methodist church 23 after its passage Prof John Jay Dickey passed through at this place are grading in front of their Approved May 10 1S84 edifice and will erect stone steps and other- Â¬ Jay here last week en route to Jackson Personal Paiagraplis wise beautify the property MAYTOWN KY 1 Gillmore August Mrs Fannie Thomas who has been His1 Last Sermon C W ADAMS B ADAMS W ADAMS HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY J The distilleries are preparing for mak- Â¬ visiting in town for two weeks returned J Dont forget that our next stock sale Ecv W L Stamper of the M E Will repair Farming Tools Buggies Wa- Â¬ takec place on the 12th It will be a big Church South has just closed a protracted ing brandy there being two establishments home last Sunday with her husband much gons c Makes plows hoes c Satisfsc- Hazel meeting at this place which commenced on of the kind in this vicinity Brandy is very to the recrret of her in anv friends We nay aad every man within 20 miles of tion niaranteed in all easesi Green ought to be on hand Tuesday night last the sermon on Sunday good in its place but it would be better for would be glad to have her back in our midst A M being the last of the scries and also the community at large if there were never again as she is missed in our Sabbth school pravcr meeting and social circle T DAY We have on exhibition at this office a of the conference year Bro Stamper is a any more made Successors to JOHN G BAXTER Mr J beetxaie by Arberry Swango near town preacher of more than ordinary ability has Frozen went town and V Moore of North Middle Miss Fannie Johnson of W S Gay postmaster at Side which Beasures 1K inches in length and a good delivery is eloquent Beyond inany to Hazel Green yesterday She is a hand- Â¬ Marshal and General Detective WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURERS OF of the big guns we have listened to and we some intelligent young lady and it seems view who have been attending the Swango 14K aches in circumference MAYTOWN KY predict will be placed by conference in a strange that tome young gentleman doesnt Spring left for their respective homes on Will attend to ferreting out criminals in Saturday last much improved in health and Breens liniment is certainly the best more lucrative field although the Metho Â¬ take unto himself but it may be her strong advocates of the virtues of the water any part of the country and guarantees sat ceaabiBation of remedies for corns neural Â¬ dists of this circuit will ue every effort to fault her isfaction in every case where employed gia paiss ia the back and side etc ever have him returned His eloquence and his Hon Wick Kendall of West Liberty Mrs Polly Van cleave went to Hazel passed through nazel Green last Tuesday Orders by mail promptly attended to produced Sold by J T F Day talent however should command a better salary than our people can afford to give Creen yesterday on a trading expedition to en route home from Campton whither he Bev W L Stampers quarterly nieet him and we believe that should he be heard the store Womans politics is dry goods had been attending circuit court iag for this conference yearirill be held at by any of the rich congregations they will and calico Messrs E D Sparks G W Wasson Hollow ware and Tinners Stock this place commencing August 15 All the have him His preaching will compare with I have for sale several hives of fine Italia a Misses Cora and Sallie Vest are visit- Â¬ and G S Gillespie of Carlisle who have Qeil members are requested to be present xnat oi uascom rarsnns i trowbndge ing their sister Mrs Caroline Johnson of been drinking Swango water as guests of the Ofilco and Salesroom 736 W Main Street Bees which are hearty and thriftyhnSyV makers Persons wishinc to Ba v can call Pieratt House left for home Monday Breathitt county Oar Hack Line A daughter of Wm Yocum living on and see them ororder bymaiL Airorder LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Miss Belle Turner who has been so Wm Lindon Jr and wife of Johnson Blckwater is Jfcrca s Bounty was taken The hack line from here to Bothwcll promptly attended to journing in Hazel Green a guest of the Day with a ohill aWraklidflV andi dbn is meeting with great success and the trips Creek are visiting at George Littles M G DUNAWAY House for sometifrtc past left for her home fiSywc handle nothing but Charcoal Tin and guarantee everything not to leak ScLsaay at idjught- - We have no particu- Â¬ are verv regular There is one thing how Â¬ Mrs Julia Ely is visiting her fathers at Mt sterling last inday MaytrwaKy lars ever which should be done to insure connec- Â¬ family on Quicksand who has been in Capt J P Rodgers tions and our N II TRIMBLE ROBT M TRIMBLE We have dry weather and corn is look- Â¬ Hazel Green for the past two weeks left on G TTftyae Mmrphy living near Mke should beimproveoffice mail facilities There HOTELS post a yesterday morning lor Izel in Morgan cetu ty a young man and farmer well so that the stage established ata Roth ing bad Uncle Remus would mile zauoh eatee-ac-i Seneca Swimm recently of The Her Â¬ hy his neighbor has been each way Rothwell being the save terminus of quite aick with fever for two weeks past the road is naturally a proper point You can get 72 sheets of note paper for ald but now of West Liberty was over on for an HAZEL GREEK KT bat was en Moaday thought to be better office Xo matter fiow many on the line 25 cents or 24 sheets for 10 cents 25 envel- Â¬ business last Wednesday J M Pieratt and family of Ezel were Rothwell for the good of the semee should opes for 10 cents or 75 for 25 cents at this Miles Lyttle teaching district school be one and we hope our D 8 GODSmr Frapricter visiting the family of Judge G B Swango congressman the omce These are the finest goods made No 7 in Morgan county reports 53 n of this plase last week Hon Will Pres Taulbee will see Patronage is respectfully solicited from out of a possible 62 and says the have one there or know the reason that we Thomas M Cannoy is now conductor AND DEALERS IN whv we everybody more especially the traveling MORGAN COUNTY chelars are improviag wonderfully for the do not The people demand of one of the hacks between here and Roth- Â¬ that there shall public First class accommodations and time taught well and is a good one be one and the people are the ones who satisfaction guaranteed West Liberty July 31 a Let J G Thomas was in town last Satur-Â¬ The recent troubles between the Cul should have bysay meansus have a post office at Rothwell all On yesterday evening the Morgan day and Sunday He reports his school bertson aad Sexton factions at Maytown county court met and consulted on the prop- Â¬ progressing finely are thoHght to be subsiding It Is time for He Returns After Many Years osition made by the Portsmouth and Pound Green Berry Pieratt of Ezel was visit- Â¬ these things to be settled unless we desire HAZEL GREEN KY Frank LTolmes a cousin of J Taylor Gap railroad viz A proposition that said ing Mortie Swango of Hazel Green a few a reputation equal to Knott or Rowan Day together with his family is now company would build a railroad to days last week visiting railroad conn ties that gentleman at this place Mr Holmes and through Morgan county and on to JOHN H PIERATT Peopkietok J G Trimble of Mt Sterling was in Bev H H Beynolds of Bourbon first saw the light of day on Frozen Creek Pound Gap provided Morgan county would Washington on Friday last commenced a protracted meetmc in the in Breathitt county andafter an absence of issue county bonds to the road to the amount The table is supplied with the bestin Hon D S Dodsey made a flying visit ChrkdaB church at this place on last even 37 years is visiting the home of his child- Â¬ of 200000 one half of the amount to be is- Â¬ to Mt Sterling last week the market and firat ciass accommodation lag Mr Reynolds is spoken of as an clo hood He left the mountains a beardless sued when the road ia completed to West will be furnished for man and beast James J Caunoy was a guest of the boy and comes backin the prime of manhood Liberty and the remainder when it is com- Â¬ qucBpalpIt orator full of honors and with a goodly portion of pleted to the Magoffin county line bonds to Day House this week worldly gear At the Methodist church last bear six per cent interest The magistrates Bev T Pieratt of the Christian Sanfords celebrated school ink and a MMM charch preached at Stillwater last Saturday Sunday evening Mr Holmes gave an account after much deliberation refused to submit the WEST LIBERTY KY pencil Bight and at Camp on on Sundav John of his travels and triumphs Through all proposition to a vote of the people This lead omce or penholder for only 5 cents at this M Rose united with the church at StillwaÂ¬ the lontr VeflrS nf hlC WinHsrinrro lin qlntnio may look right to some people but to your JAMES H COLE Proprietor kept a warm place in his heart for the moun- Â¬ correspondent it seems that the people ter on Saturday night Shall Wo IIuvo a Pottery tain home of his boyhood and although he ought to have a chance to speak for them- Â¬ Patronage of the traveling public respect Has anyone made a move towards es-Bev EPMickel Presbyterian went found many difficulties to cone with he had selves Â¬ fully solicited Table always supplied with a pottery here With tne to Jackson last Saturdar and preached at the Lord on his side and always came out the best in the market Stable attached We visited the public school at this tablishimr fruit jars jugs milk crocks de mand for c that place on Sunday filling the appoint Â¬ the victor place last week and found it in model work in the mountains there is scarcely anything ment of Jev W B Cooper who is recuper Â¬ A Prosperous School ing order with Prof Sam J Salver at the that will pay better than a pottery and ating at Hazel Green Jonathan Childers teacher of Gill helm Prof Salver is an unexceptionably there is no nlace in the State where the clay NEAR POSTOFFICE David Payette and Stephen P James more district school writes I have taught brilliant young manas and we predict for him is better adapted to the production of first LEXINGTON t KENTUCKY class earthenware than right here We hope were called to the bedide of their brother two weeks and the pupils have taken great a successful career a tutor interest in their studies and are progressing some enterprising man will take hold of Misses Addie McCiure Lizzie Oakley Foy James who lives at Howards Mills in RATES REASONABLE FIRST CLASS nave a rapmiy Montgomery county Monday His death is arithmetici grammarvery interesting class in Lodeaka Lewis and Messrs Harrison Levis this enterprise and establish it at once 1 c geographvaud historv and Lynne B McCiure left this morning for aomentarily expecied of the U S I hope at the close of mv a visit to loreneaa ana Mt cstcning You can buy more paper and envelopes H E BOSWELL SONS Psocstxtobs - school to have the most advanced class of for 25 cents at this office than you can The attention of our readers Is esnecial- any common school Spalding of Binghamton N Y anywhere in the county Among invited to the advertisement of May in the mountains v has been in town several davs SVango Maytown This finn is too well the best scholars in this school are Howard connected with the Portsmouth on business and Pound Little Savannah Little Esther Linden Da Â¬ tnown lo require commendation from us vid Linden and David Vest Gap railroad CA1HTON KY believe but the general verdict seems to be that theÂ¬ pupils take a greater interest Ithan the theÂ¬ Miss Allie Lewis a charming belle of pacoiBposing it are live progres- trons gentlemen Mr C should Ales J AafeHry Proprietary IN THE OLD RELL1BE more attention Fork sive and fair dealing business men and that to spelling in his school pay we understand Elkschool this countv is teaching the Dub- as lie ia the Cattle district above town their stock is a first class one can not be de- Â¬ it is a study nearly ignored in many The table is supplied with the choicest of the Lewis Bros thresher is doing good PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY nied by any one who has examined it viands in the market aad the charges are schools work all the fault to be found is that there reasonable Special inducements to com Â¬ OF HARTFORD CONN We ask special attention to our new Our Public Schools not very much wheat in the country mercial tourists These pencils while Matchless Peacils It is the nrevailinsr excuse that w enn There was quite a rain very low in price are we claim equal in have no good public schools while the school passed up the Licking and wind storm valley yesterday quality for all basincss purposes to anv pen- Â¬ law remains as it is There is nothing in damaging crops c Fifteen Professors and Instructors H D SPRADLIK6 SOU in the market not excepting those ot the the school law to prevent having a good cil and Mechanical Scientific Enpisriiig Classical Xoria NOT CHEAP INSURANCE Miss Agnes Swimm has been quite ill highest cost They excel particularlv lu ab public school in every district in the State are now prepared to raanHfeetare School Military Tactics and Gemmerci Course of Study seBce efgrjit and strength of lead Send Let us stop grumbling about the Liw and do for two or three weeks but is thought to be Time Tried and Fire price list Jaasen McClurg THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST all Ave can to build up a good school in our improving COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION Mm ave and Madison St Chicago First Glass Row own district and our children will get the Seneca Swimm will leave to morrow Cash Capital - - S2000000 For Catalogue and other information Fall term begins Sept tli 1885 the school Address JA3IE8 K PATTERSON Ph X Lexington iCentadcy WO0L The attention of the merchants of-- this benefit of it but if we neglect will grow up for a business trip to Bath and Menifee H C HERNDON Agent At Onc Eishth Toll ad wftl and keep on grumbling they counties at section is respectfullv invited to the adver Â¬ in CARDING at their oM W W McGuire returned from More Hazel Green Ky Co This SpradUag Ky tisement of Adams Brothers H GILLIS head yesterday where he had been on busi- Â¬ Sax--jDont Forget the Stock Sale jirm saceeeds the old firm of John G WITH HAZELRIGG WTTH PATTERSON Xoakvillej and ire precici will do most Remember that Wednesday August ness Born On July 26th to the wife of ef the jBOuntam business InVfact we know 12th will be the next regular- - stock sale at John Jeanenie a girl ner AYDELOTT McCORD Slevers Carson Hardware at fiV AAnisCOXueaad The td of 30 other firm carrying the same line of Hazel Green and have vour stock prepared will rt the er G W Frank Atkeson of Salyerville was in Company jeoos stoves grates inantel Jin ware c and ready fur sale that day Good shimrinc town ATTORNEYS AT LAW yesterday rei HdJt tnertroKMaae Air j n jidms as cutis are now quoted at i7UMS0tt eood Ccsie eae ece aka 637 W Kaix Street Se their traveliag man arebound tosellilie t extra oxen Sk5QgjS375 Mur moc roWh flour seal aad wool earding T J Sarjaua f ds place is st Yocum j oxen at eeds as he is hard o best as ajsalessian H TX SPKiHLTNG SO tse LodwaJle sniiEilt ea mtcaa LOUISVILLE SY LOTJi37UL -- E itSCXiESERSr Death of Stephen Ogdon LOCALoNEWS Mr Stephen Ogden a brother of our died at county treasurer Basel Green is just now blessed with his residence fourJonathan Ogdenthis city miles south of raawkable health at 9 oclock Monday night July 13th at the Sir Ogden came to this 67 years Tfr reet anting canaries in cages for age of with his parents county in 1S34 from Moroffice ale Apply at this gan county Ky and has resided here ever since and was what might be termed one of Boy your groceries from Caster the pioneer settlers of old Edgar and was Pieratt Beck oottom prices for cash always frugal industrious and accumulated their sweet songs high The Board of Equalization reduced the considerable property He was a manand in Paris Kentuckian please copy ly respected by all who knew him Wolfe 23 per cent tax oa personalty in all his dealings with his fellow men was Lacy Cheek August 1 watermelon season must be very honest prompt and reliable In JS43 he Te Our school under the direction of Prof backward this year IVe have not seen one married Miss Emily H Guthrie of Chilli J Z Haney began last Monday and is procothe Ohio who died in 18G1 He again finely M Haney informs us For cask we will sell you choice mut married Mrs Emma D Griffith who also gressing no uniformity of text books in that his there is died Ogden 1879 ent4 sad 5 cents per pound Caskcy had ainparalyticAbout a year ago Hr he had school We hope the patrons and trustees stroke from which Pieratt been a sufferer and finally terminated his will look into this matter and see that all life The funeral services took place at his possible needs are supplied at once Parents Many of the citizens in this vicinity is to the interest that refwe to sell their apples tobe distilled in- - residence on Tuesday 14th Elder John should remember have it them bupplied with of their children to Â¬ Â¬ -- Lick Bourbon countv Ky arrived onÂ¬ Wednesday July 29 Mrs Henkle has recovered from the fatigue of the long hack ride from Rothwell Mr Henkle informs us that the road is in much better condition than last year The hacks are strong and the drivers verv polite and accommodating The trip from Mt Sterling to this place can now be safely made in one day Messrs John V Moore and Will Gay who left for their homes last Saturday have been very much missed by all of the visitors at the Springs The former begged Uncle Harry to take the top rail off of his front fence so that he could get a better view of the mountain girls as they rode by on horse- Â¬ back Among those now here are Mrs Pres- Â¬ ton Stith Montgomery county Mrs Tumey and Mrs Getzendanner Cincinnati O Geo B Jacoby Bourbon county All of whom have been benefitted by the Swango water Bev W B Cooper and Wellington Pavne attended service at Greasy Creek church vesterday Mr Cooper preached in the morning and afternoon They are both guests at the Swango Springs Mr Henkle and others who have at- Â¬ tended the preaching of Rev Mr Stamper at Hazel Green say he deserves the name of The Bascom of the Mountains Poor old Bube the colored man was found dead on the floor of his bed room yes Â¬ terday morning and was buried yesterday afternoon Mr Payne devotes a great portion of his time playing with the baby and kissing it Uncle Harry and Aunt Nancy do all they can to add the pleasure of their guests Mr Jacoby has begun to smile which is a sign that he is getting better Mr and Mrs Henkle delight us with Swasgo Springs August 3 Mr F M Henkle and wife of Plum We learn from one of our magistrates that the railroad project in Morgan for vot- Â¬ ing a tax upon the good people of the coun- Â¬ ty has been defeated as none of them were in favor of submitting- - it to a vote The people want a road but do not want to pay 200000 for it to go through the county J J Cannoy of Spencer Ky was in town a few days last week He was sick but is now better and he and his friend the lightning rod man went on their way rejoicing John W Culbertson was tried last week for shooting at Brack Sexton W B Lykins of Ezel for defendant J M Kash of Hazel Green for the Commonwealth Bev W L Stamper has been several days holding a series of meetings at Hazel Green May heliave abundant success as he is an earnest worker Well Garkey myself and On The Wing are at peace now but if you want to send us EOinetning we will accept Mis3 Maggie Cliftbrd and Miss Fannie ratrictwere the guests ol Jars n v aprau ling last Sunday Farmers are jubilant over the promis- Â¬ ing crops corn potatoes acorns and sich like With best wishes for the editor and Ok The Road Herald I am You can get 125 envelopes and 120 sheets of fine note paper for 76 cents at this omce By mail for 9100 Electing of tho Democratic County Com-Â¬ committee C E WILLMOT Cash Dry Goods Store WHGLEiBALE AND HETAIL SWS The Water of Life fm Afflicted Humanity These sprisgs arc lowUtd tferoo iiMortera of amfle rroaa the hewidAd Wwx T Hvel Green Th waUr ooatauaa a ktyr per centage oFinw tha aay Mhr kmrmr hence ltkthe nost TahwMe ia we f ST We are anxious to sell Our Goods and will make our prices right Orders filled promptly and carefully We liave a big drive in a Box toe Boot at 350 extra good Come and see me ibon is KiNa at V tc it r disease wed iateraaKr or eiWrMy Among the smby beees whh neir to and forwhieh thfeTcoadogftq is Known to be a-- positive r lk k 4- c E WILLMOT - CONSTIPATIONrBYSPEPSLi SEEK DISEASES SCROFULA fJJU TAEEH KHEDMATISM VOUSNESS We append a few of the hmdragg ef tes Â¬ timonials which have seen teftdereas to -P the efficacv of thk water ia disease One lady writest I a so tfcarai telfce Great Giver of all Blessings thatI Swango Springs Freely do IgmfSlLlfe time and money spent there for the hiarth and strength I now eajey A gentleman ef Hliek says I tiitk 1 water of Swango Spriaw nm than all the netfnuMl have eve IriMs I will certainly be withyea acaki aextasdnr Refebekcbs 1L T Smith J G Sierlwg sy y Mrs F M Hiakle Wa Clark Pfe Uek Ky A large hotel is new fcenc feiSt whkh will afford ample acconsaodatwWvkiters For further information in regard to heard HARBISON SWANGO c address Or this office Hazel Greea Ky - Reese Building MT STERLING KY a -- 1 OSBORNE Reapers and Mowers The Best Most Durable and Lightest Running Machine on the Market dRe mittee Pursuant to a call the democratic of Wolfe county met at the W1 Se Hkk clerks office in the town of Campton Ky July 25th 1885 and organized by electing T C Johnson chairman and Isaac Elkins secretary After a free interchange of views between the members of the meeting it was moved and adopted that a primary elec- Â¬ tion be held on Saturday September 12th 1885 to ascertain the choice of the democ racy of Wolfe county for the several offices to be filled at the August election in 1S86 at which primary election onlv democrats who are qualified voters under the election laws of Kentucky and those who will be legal voters on the firt Monday in August 1SS6 shall be allowed to vote The candi- Â¬ date receiving the highest number of votes shall be declared the nominees of the dem- Â¬ Every Machine Fully Warranted 1 j HANLY JUDY G eneral Agents for Eastern Kentucky Mt Sterling Ky Orders solicited by T J STEVENSON Hazel Green Ky HAZEL GREEN KY Stands at the head of Low Prices with evÂ¬ erything you raat in F McGUIRE Boots Slices IlRbi Cletklajr DftY GOODS NOTIONS GROCERIES HARDVAEE DRUGS FLOUR BACON c The money i3 what T want and Iwill srive ilORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH than any other house in town Country produce taken in ezchasge feV goods F HcGUHtET Â¬ ocratic party of the county for the respec- Â¬ tive offices for which they are candidates The following named persons are selected as officers of said election Clifty Andv Swango and Lewis Brewer judges J W Wilson clerk Hazel Green W O Mize and James La- Â¬ cy judges J II Evans clerk Camptoii G Evans and W H P Duff judges J II Stamper clerk Chalybeate Isaiah Spencer and JefFBush judges Z C Pander clerk Holly J H Terrell and David Banks judges J B Hollon clerk Stillwater E Chambers and J N Rose judges W J Wallace clerk Red River E Shockey and R G Rose judges F P Wilson clerk Antioch George Oliver and Gentry Mul lins judges T C Johnson clerk The polls are to open at 6 A M and close at 6 P ar Each candidate is assessed 150 to be paid to Isaac Elkins on or before Sept 5th to defray the expense and if any can- Â¬ didate shoufd fail to pay the same by that time he is to be considered as declining to be a candidate and his name is not to be polled The said poll books are to be scaled and delivered to the committee by the clerk of said election by noon on the ilonday lol lowing who will proceed to count and an- Â¬ nounce the resulC Should there be a tie then the committee is to settle between them who shall be the candidate In the event that the above named amount does not defray the expense then the can dates receiving the nomination are to pay the remainder pro rata The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Hoots Herbs and Barks Except Ginseng J T BREEN SON FOR SALE Importers I Wholesale Druggists House and Lot Main Street c Mt Sterling Ky ADAM BAUM n lis B Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well lected Stock of R A CHILDERS jjIUl K 5 Which he sells Wholesale and Eetail as Cheap as they can be bought in the State Give him a call and be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go E BLACKSMITH J ROGERS ADAMS BROTHERS CO L Iff STOVES GRATES MANTELS Pieced Pressed and Japanned Tinware Â¬ For Sale Italian Bees -- J TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS DAY HOUSE -- J Flour Provisions Salt Kails Oils Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling Wishing devote ness I will sell my PIERATT HOUSE MORGAN HOUSE A For Sale my Saw Mill to my to busitime other Lane Bodley Saw Mill Fixtures ASHLAND HOUSE JS Consisting of a 25 Horse Power Engine and Boiler a No Circular Saw Edger Everything is in First class Order and will be sold at a bargain on easy terms Insure Your Property Parties wishing to buy are invited to call and examine the property Cornwall Ky ALFRED COMBS l t t H A ASBURY HOUSE Which deals in Reliable Indemnity Tested STATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY 41 -- Jt sh Mi -- er w h j clare iaL ALI WOOL CARD t -- t WiMi Wholesale Hatters H wt iiaFogBkar- IPS dk r - 52Jv s uy- - ft mVS3iiieSii - ts -- i 4 a TP- - 3r Jr 4 i tV if u at THE RUSSIAN SOLDIER ana galley bey the bottom as a spends four years In fitting himsel I Some or the Qualities Which Make Him for full membershp in the printers1 So Itciabie In Time or Battle SEXQEU COOPER Publx her organizaton Xot unt 1 he has done i The Knssian soldier in the field is a so is he on a level with a printer who HAZET GREEK KENTUCKY man of many virtues At home in has full learned his trade nor can peace indeed he hasjbut one vice to he secure the wages of such an one Foremen say it 5s difficult to find a speak of He wll get drunk when he CHRISTIAN JX boy who is really lit to learn the trade can and keep drunk as long as he them will keep one P TUiatic Career of tjae KlugorDen--- - can Drink does not make him danger- Â¬ but many of because the work a who galleis inefficient mark ous but simply add to his child like y-boy is required to do does not re- Â¬ al Cferjstaxe IX King of Denmark nas quire special skdl or ability A boy een suggested as a suitable person to amiability He tumbles about badly Â¬ is first set at proving galleys as it up and stag arbitrate upon the question of the al- - j hut quietly peks lumself proofs of the ms-gers on till the next tumble sets in is called or taking Twist oa by Russia in attacking I He eager to hug every one he meets ter that has been put in type for exÂ¬ aminaton and correcton by the proofthe Afghans on March 30 of the agree- - and his enthusiasm for kissing and call- Â¬ reader He usually spends a year in meat made hy England and that power j ing all the world brother when he is in tins work and the second year is alaMarcirlT That agreement as the cups would be grotesque weie it lowed to set type on a small weekly reader will rememher provided for the hs deradin salary During the third and fourth not is allowed two thirds pnee for on advaace pi either the Russian or j The Russian solder neds no rou- - vears hepe he sets In the th rd Afghan troops from the positions they i uanuect uiscipnne to Keep it m m or- - the t Typographi Â¬ he is occupied M the time until something j der ne is dosle bv nature and he vearUnion admitted to the as an apprenticed member inrther should be done by the Europe in obeys his officer whom indeed he cal in the fourth year as a full mem- Â¬ and as if he ber He s then allowed full price for Governments interested toward the set- - addresses as little father tlemeatof ine frontier question and In j were a eh Id He s contented in hard Â¬ his work and is a good printer if it is pursuance of which the movements of j ship heat takes no effect on h in and possible for him to become such nured toxoid etaer Afghan or Russian forces would ho has become wellcampa gning is His There are two classes of journeymen his printers those who are good printers he proper But thus far the two coun- - weakest point in suscepttbPtv to homesickness tries Jmitq not agreod upon even the and travel from cho ce and those who lrelmiaaries and whether there will in When thef Russian armies were lying are inferior and travel fiom necessity front of Constantinople in that One third of the newspaper printers are he an arbitration or not Is still a qucs long weary inact on batween the treaty tramp- - If there is anything in a print-Â¬ tionTi The King of Denmark has an inter of San Stephano nd the- tieaty of BerÂ¬ er a tramp will develop it and print- Â¬ estmg kistorv He is the firfe sover Â¬ lin thousands of sold er- actually died ing is the best busine s in whch to ofjJnostalgmr or homesickness De tramp eign of the house of Every paper has its regular When Fred Â¬ spondtney of mind lowered the bodily printers and usually half as many sub erick VH ded on November lo 1863 tone and they seemed simply to fade stitutes or subs who work whet This the direct male line of Oldenburg awav of the regulars lay oft The Russan soldier when the home- Â¬ some it an easy matter to get work in which had been the reigning family of makes sickness is not upon him is a rght almost an cityunless bus ness is ven Denmark since 1448 A D Becamec All day long tinct Anticipating tins event tho merry hearted fellow the tamp re echoes to the voice of dull -great powers of Europe taking into The amount of money that a printer real coasideraton that the maintenance of song Russian vocal music is alter- Â¬ makes depends chiefly on his rapidity the integrity of the Dani h monarchy singing not the horrible croak and accuracy and to some extent on s connected with the general interest nated by ear splittinr falsetto which his luck He is compelled to take the of the balance of power in Europe is of the Serv ans and B lgariaiis insanely piece of copy which is first on the hook high Importance to the preservation regard as vocal harmonv a The Russian comic songs are full of and if it s fat composition or has in of peace signcdatreatvin Londonon wood cut perchance in it he is snap and verve and they always 185 2 by the terms of which May 1 have a rattlinjj chorus in which every luck while if he happens to get a st the succession to the Crown of Den- Â¬ names the fates have frowned of proper mark was made over to Pr nee Cbris one within hearing joinss while the upon him Some matter is paid for at singer accompanies the strans of hs I Ian of Schles double rates because in such matter it to the dTect descend Â¬ chorus With a ludicrouslv fantastic is necessary to insert rules or adjust and which ants to lis un on vith the Princess breakdown inevery jointhe inseems figures accurately beneath one anoth- Â¬ to dislocate 1ouise of Hesse-ta-snece of Kin body The plaintive melodies his er as in the scores of base ball games vi E Christian VII of Denmark In ic pathos etc Other matter is pa d for at one with a strange - a- law con- Â¬ brate cordance with this treatIn this city print-Â¬ and one half rates that cerning the succession to the Danish even swells the heart of the listener ers are paid by the week for set- Â¬ although he may understand Crown was adopted by the diet or parÂ¬ The ra Â¬ advertisements ting liament of the country most interested nothing of the words And the grand pidity with which a compostor chant and obtained the royal sanction July move wth which the massive columns works of course depends largely on forward into the battle glows 51JIS5S with the true fervor of fighting ardor the legibility of the manuscript The Under the provisions stael Chris- Â¬ battle song so chief editors writing is usually the tian IX a fcended the throne Novem- Â¬ There is a legend of a inspired Meu worst The fastest compositors make ber 15 1S6S In March of the same heart stirring that it Others will make about 4 a day year hs daughter Alexandra had nonites to violate their tenets and less and the slower ones average about 1 een married to the Pr nee of Wales fight like men possessed The amount and quality of The Russian soldiers are almost S250 done depends somewhat on the and hs son Prince Wilhelm had been work Xot Reeled King of The Hellenes under the wholly without book learning compositors nervous condition One title of GeornoI by thq Greek Na above twenty five per cent can read man s work will vary greatly in quan- Â¬ tioaal Assembly Subsequently Xov-- and a still smaller percentage have any tity from day to day It is not always ember U 1866 ihe Kings daughter knowledge of wrtiug Their religion the man who is moving his hands the Alalia Daginar was married to the which is fervent is mxed with sitper most rapidly who is doing the most Jieir apparent of Russia now the Em--r- stiton But theirexternal devoutness work He must not make lalse move- Â¬ Alexander IIL The next year is unremitting They live chiefly on ments such as reaching for a letter in October 27 1867 the Ksng jof Greece soup thickened with a little meat and the wrong place knocking it against Vonf Christian IX of Denmark wis anything that fortune may offer on the the case as many do from habit and married to Oga Constantinowna march in the way of vegetables This swaying bis body from side to side Grand Duchess of Russia The history soup is made in large camp kettles one He fs retarded by any movements that of the present royal familvof Denmark of which cooks for each compan and do not add directly to his progress A is one of the mo t Interesting pages in when the soup is read each company printer sometimes has a good memory cottteaaporarv European chronicles marches up to its own particular kettle and is able to rememoer things and read When May 26 1842 Prince Chris- Â¬ every man with his pannikin in hand illegible words by the context or by his to Louise into which the cook bales a ladleful general information and yet has not a tian was married of Landgrave Wilhelm of When all are supplied the company certain mechanical skill which is necdaughter Kesse-Cas-it could not have een re forms and there is sung a long essary to efficiency He does not see foreseen that thoe comparatively ob grace before meat which 1 never knew the letter as he places it in the stick as on omitted or ieiue persons would become reigning the Shipka curtailed even when bullets but tells from the n cks on it wh ch Pass the enemys lung and Queen of a country to which side is up The copy in offices where neitier of them was native matrimon- would be whistling over the cookmg rapid composition is necessary as in ially related to England and Russia place and occasionally rattling against newspaper establishments is cut up and parents of the Kmg of Greece the kettles into very small takes and the com- Â¬ Throughout every regiment is a positor is often obliged to start in the Their chldren not mentioned else where in ths artcle are Prnee Fred Â¬ sprinkling of foreigners whose loyalty middle of a word or sentence with no erick he r apparent who was marr ed is not to be reled on but with this ex-Â¬ context to aid him and familiarity with Jin 1869 to the Pr ncessLowa daugh Â¬ ception the Ruc ian sold er is a whole d flerent styles of handwriting is ex Â¬ ter of King Carl XV of Sweden and souled devoted adorer of the Czar ceedingly valuable There are extra 2vorwaythe Process Tlnri married The expression constantly in his monthÂ¬ inducements or avoid ng typographto the Prince Krnest August Duke of as regards the future just as clergy- ical errors When the proot is read God willing Cumberland and the Prince Walde men are wont to say returned to the proof reader it i is - If God and the Czar w IIP They and jnar wno was lorn Tnl858 iven to the printer who set up the The mot important domestic event are to him the arbiters of his destiny nrst take that contams tiiree errors If God and the Car durng the regn of Ciir stian IX has heard Russian soldier wll 1 have and he is obliged to correct not only say that I his own errors but those of all others been the loss by Penmark of the Duch- Â¬ ies of Holstein and Schleswig in 1864 return home oh how happy I should in the galley until he reaches another which were ceded to Austra and Prus Â¬ be but if they decree that I must de take containing three others Then sia after a war disastrous to the Dani-- here in a foreign land the r will be the compos tor of that take is com h aims tty the treaty of 1867 after done to correct in the same manner to- The bravery of the Russian soldier pelled take conta ning thiee errors the war between Austria and Prussia the next Schleswig Holstein was made a prov- Â¬ admits of no question He is stupid In this way tloe who do not make poor fellow and requires to be shown more than two errors in one take wll ince of Prussia Denmark lias a population of tt out what it is wished that he should do he rarelv have to co reet am proof All two m llions The inhab tants are a has no idea of in tint ve or of aetingfor i changes in eop at ter it has been set well educated and thriving people and himself on a pinch but he may be re up are eorrcitcd by what known as are a nation blessed with the constitu Â¬ Led on to go forward while in officer the ring man Eaeh union office has ents of re il prosperity and happiness stands up to lead him and he Will hold a man called thv father of the chapel though little among the proud powers his ground till he falls selected to settle dispute- He may be relied on against falling a of Europe Pittsburgh Commercial The terminology of a printmg officc victim to panic he is too stolid and uu Gazette su is a tumblmg blccv to those who have impressible for that If one half of a 1 b actual Rnssian army were slaughtered in the not become lam ar with itnamed A GEXERAL contact with the things morning the other half would sullenly Boys as ffitfls e now populai rally and be ready to confront the pros- form is a chase the sie of the page it pe features at Tvasternjved dings pect of being slaughtered that -- ame i de igned to print inThe tform is fastwhich the ened and t ghtened Minneapolis sets an example that afternoon in the bloodiest battles of is then said to be locked Dead t pe is destmecUtfiKfind imitators amonr the old worjdi Borodino Eylau Fried- - is that wh ch has been used and is Western towns by charging 1000 for land and the Plevna combats of July ready to bed stributed each letter to its a circus license Cliicago inter Ocean and September 1877 Russian troops particular ox Pi is in no way reThe United States consume more have been combatants But the spec Â¬ lated to frmt and erusts but is type lemons in a jear than all other coun- Â¬ tator of a battle in wh eh Russian down and may have are participants always feels half which has fallen from the appearance tries combined Russia comes next denved its name The custom Russians have of drinking sorry for them half angry wth them of the Greek letter of nnlar sound tea with a slice of lemon in it accounts They have no fightingifversatility or in- Â¬ A take is the amount wh ch is to ingenuity their flank is for the large consumption there X dividual well God A be vet up from one slip of paper turned and the Czar has Y Mail fat take is one of the standard willed the All attempts to make billiard balls it passivelymisfortune and they endure figures of the language a id means 1 1 till the manoeuvre sweeps of any thin jrbutivory have been failures away all who have not fallen craUy a printers take wh ch eonta us though celluloid is used for pool balls but little type but measures as much Unless there The material of which blliard balls are him the Rus ian are officers to order and brings the tvpe setter as much made is imported from Asia and Af nca idea of helping to soldier a has no more pay as if it were solid In the form in tusk form The principal points of such an emergency than new front in new paper a printer of a he exportation are Zanzibar and West usurping the crown of the Greathas of is not called by his name but is slug White Cape Philadelphia Press Inn two shur ix as the He has not even that apprecia- Â¬ one Czar Leo Hartman teUs James Red path tion of the situ at on that would move case may be and always puts at the top of his take his number sometimes that of 3000 men and women he knew him to run away ttnllriH niif i nr ill licriirnc civ personally enrolled with him its Xihi Russia is the mot rank abound ng This is done in order that lsts be ween 1876 and 1878 only two country in the world and the United i i By alive he explained the mater he has set up may be readily are alive t it wv idosi xmocratic yet it is wi at vj mean free not in prison him Revo Â¬ oiaxes cur ous to note how in so many ass gned to to be in estimatingmanner paid The is lutionists once in a Russian prison are things the two assimilate An En- Â¬ eacli man pay is for the head- Â¬ the same as dead X T Sun glish or a German General has to be of est mating the man who is chosen in each office for Rochester 2 Y is the largest city approached diplomat cally through that purpose to take cate of the dupli- Â¬ in the United States not on navigable the medium of an and by cates of all matter put in type For water unless we count the h ghwater a letter of introduction The casual doing this he receives a compensat on season of the Genessee River which is stranger like mself could walk from eaeh mans matter The dupes sometimes taken advantage of below straight into the tentof aRussian corps apart and the falls by small pleasure craft as commander and receive a courteous as they are called sare cut and partes h own navigable Jn which case Indianapo- Â¬ greeting- just as is accorded to him each man takes end of the lis would stand first In the list BuffaÂ¬ should ho enter the bureau of General them together and at the is weekjtheir combined length measured lo xprcss Sherman az Washington or of General with a rule and pa d for w th ord nary Xearly two thousand girls most of Sheridan at Ch cago Archibald matter at the rate of thirty live eeuts whom are French are engaged in tho Forbes in Youth Companion for a thousand ems or abost five inches making of artificial flowers in Xei of an ordinary column of type hi York according to a manufacturer of dianapolis Xews THE LIFE OF A TYPO that cty who says tha lie believes the metropolis fnrnshes about half the Interesting Reading to Those Who Know t atock consumed in this countrv which Nothing About It Prof JSimDson of the University of Only the formerly came from Paris To the careless observer the print- Â¬ Texas takes the premium for absent cheaper varieties he adds ere manu Â¬ ers trade may seem a very simple one mindedness He was stt ng at hs factured In Xew York eay to learn but it is in reality a desk writ ng a few ught ago when Our opinion of is the and What do one of h children entered same as that we have of anv other man calling that requires for its mastery you wantJ I cant i e d -- turbid now who does not pay for the newspapei and its highest rewards a service al- - I only want t say good night he takes it is that he is a contemptible most as long and arduous as that 2Cever mind now To morrow morn whelp an ornary cuss a white livered which Jacob underwent in order to se irg will do just as well n another a skunk on two legs a rectan- Â¬ cure his chosen Kachel 2no hurried occasion a friend a d to hm sne Do gular specimen of Imnscunlosity and acquirement or extraord nary abil ty you know that your friend bmth is jf we owned a hen house anywhere in will entitle the novice to any short- Â¬ dead Is he po r fellow I an hls neighborhood we should see that it sorry to hear It A e you going to - was kept securely locked All this is cut to the full privileges of the trade attend the funeral Certanly bsed on the fact that he has not paid The lines are drawn in newspaper when is it To morrow morning at for the Argus and Patriot that he ha offices att lea t a hard and tense ten oclock 1 cant attend received Xontflier J7 Araus anc upon him as the divisous of the but I will be on hand the first fine PmlrioL castes in India He msst begin at day next week Texas isifiings TflJMKLSEEIiEBALB I 1 HOME AND FARM There is no known cure for genuin hog cholera New England Farmer Cows become very fond of bean Â¬ stalks after a little itse of them and them to good hay Eggs will bear transportation any distance if well packed They have been sent from the Atlantic to the Pa- Â¬ cific Sheep should not be allowed to rua in muddy yards or be driven through tho mud to and from the field Such treatment may engender foot rot A Prairie Farmer correspondent is confident from his own experience that better residts are obtained by top dressing with manure than from plowing it under The Poultry Yard says that the egg3 of prairie hens or indeed the eggs of any bird if not so small and delicate as to be crushed can be hatched by a domestic hen The eggs of the quail and ruffed grouse are frequently hatched in this way If moths are at worK at the edoe of the carpet it will sometimes suffice to lay a cloth and press a hot fiat iron over it but a better way is to take the carpet up clean it wash the floor with benzine and scatter red pepper on it before putting the carpet lining down Cleveland Leader Tapioca Cream Soak three table spoonsfuls of tap oca in half a pint of new m lk for three hours add a second half pint of mlk and let it simmer foi four hours when cold a ld half a pint of cream powdered sugar ana van 11a to taste Beat for ten min- utes and serve Toledo Blade Horses that are troibled with worms may pe sately and speedily re- lieved by giving them a small dose ol turpentine two or three times in the r feed It nauseates the worms so that thev lose the r grip on the intestui s and pass thro igh with the excretions of the stomach Ji u ral Xcw Yorker A very complete Ailing for open cracks in floors may I e made by thor onghly soaking newspapers in paste made of one pound of flour three quarts of water and a tablespoonful ol alum thoroughly boiled and mixed Make the final mixture about as thick a put tv and it will harden liKe papier mache X Y Examiner A recipe for a small cream cheeso is given in the Irish Agricultural Gazette as follows Take one pint thick cream mix a little salt according to taste put it into a wet scalded cheeso cloth tie it and hang up for two or three days then change aira n into an other for a day or two and put a weight on it by whch time it will bo ready for ue Cran berry Pudding Cran berry pud ding is made by pouring boiling water on a pint of dried bread crumbs melt a tablespoonful of butter and stir in When the breid is softened add two eggs and ueat thoroughly with the Then nut in a nint of the bread stewed fruit and sweeen to your taste Bake in a hot oven for half an hour Â¬ I pier -- led 1 Â¬ j 1 I BARTHOLDIS BIG GIRL Met Bra Caarauer tfce The largest sailing ship but one ever The PrJadlee Pedestal Fsad built in America is nearing completion The Bartholdi pedestal fund is seariy in Camden Me She is 263 feet keel 285 complete The statue ha3 arrived and soon ITew York harbor will ba graced feet over all and 45 feet beam with 28 by the most magnificent colossal feet total depth of hold 8J feet of this statue the world has ever seea - Liberty Enlightening the World being tween decks These dimensions What a priceless blessing personal liberty Indicate that she will measure over 2600 is It is the shrin at which people greocd tons net register A good idea of the under the heel ot tyranny in tha older fervency that with vessels size and of the spread she will worlds worship scarcelya realize Americans can it a carry may be had from the fact that it is principle for which Nihilists willinglyisdie 185 feet from the deck to the main truck the death of dogs and fit and proper it is while her lower yards are about 90 feet that at the very entrance of the Bay of long The ship is built on the owners New York thia emblematic statue should welcome to the world account but they are negotiating with a flash apress is entitled to the credit of this The man who will probably become one achievement Mr Philip Beers who has fourth owner and master and as to her been making a circuit of the country on name they have a scheme for naming behalf of the Pedestal fund says that the vessels nowadays which kills two birds fund will certainly be raised as the World does not know the wordaw with one stone Some wealthy man is Mr Beers says that he has fonnd the invited to take up a part of the vessel most pronounced generosity among those generally a sixteenth eighth or quarter of foreign birth They seem more appreci- Â¬ our native born ative of liberty than and the vessel named after him Carle Moreover among somedo strange prejudice a Co the builders have seems to exist ton Norwood constructed fifty four vessels since 1854 Prejudice In what particular I have ever found that however merito- Â¬ N Y Post rious a thing may be thousands of people will Inevitably be prejudiced against it I The Coopers Complain have spent most of my life on the road and I know the American people like a book A certain Cooper who made many In 1879 a personal misfortune illustrated Judge and de this prevailing prejudice I was very Barrels went before A Large Vessel jjuamjui - ZmZZZSZ BlMS vrw fr - TTattf States of Liberty Xxligktsaia cogatracHwa t The Committee la cfearge et the base and pedestal for the receptloa of tkfe great twSc la ortler to rale fiuttU far It e fneAee wi hare prepared a mudatsrerSttae gaalew which they are ao w delivering to sabaerfkera Uuuma tho Statue Broajed Pedestal oat tho United States at Ob This attractire souvenir and MasSet orBedcpraa ment Is a perfect facsimile ot tfie aodeJ fsratafced iy theartht The Statuette la same metal twtUAincJizshif at Five Dollar Xach deUTered The designs of Statue and Pedestal are protected fsratee4 U S Patents and tho models oas orttjf by tMa Committee AddrwsrfthraaittMee -- aTe4 jEteHv 2elu 2T4eil r RTrrrt-ginTrrrJLR semetefy a Schleswitr-lIoJsieu-i50sderbrir-Glucksb- Â¬ t i j j cI - or j The Eouscliold Â¬ el 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- The first field trial of a reaping machine was made in Augusta County Virginia in 1S31 It is sad that many of the eye witnesms on that occasion laughed at the idea of gathering the golden grain with a machine drawn by two horses and some of the more plan spoken intimated that the iusane asvlum was the proper place for the inventor of the machine Farmers should have a large va Â¬ riety of fruits such as peaches prunes cherries pears plums nectarines qu uces crabs grapes raspberr es strawberries currants etc Peaches should be planted on a northern slope and should be mulched with rotten strew coarse manure 1 tter sawdu t etc It makes the ground hold moisture in a time of drought Their culture a about the same as of apples ft would be a good policy for farmers to sec out a wind brake on the north and west side of their orchards composed ol Norway spruce to protect their treos from the severe winter and storms San Francisco Chronicle Â¬ A j i sired to Lodge a serious complaint with headache fickle appetite dread- Â¬ hot head cold cramp3 against the Family living next door to ful back ache and a general break down hands and feet of the system I dragged myself back to his Shop NewYoik Thesoundof their Mill grinding Cof- Â¬ treatment seeking the best professional my fee at noon gives me a Chill he com- - relatives is aIt so happens that among who distinguished physician Tiluined md T tsk for nn Tniunetfnn upbraided me roundly for preaching to Suppress the Noise They have no so much about my own case Finally with some spirit I remarked to him Right to Disturb my Peace Sir that much But you maintain a continuous fessionalyou know is pretenseot your pro- Â¬ wisdom You are Pounding from 7 in the morning to 6 at controlled by prejudice You can not reach a case lke mine and you know it night protested the Judge l rue your rionor out mine is a canIyou him and he finally conceded the had case of Necessity while they can drink for it was brights disease of the cold Water in place of Coffee adneys which had prostrated me and the And by the same line of Reasoning schoolmen admit they can not euro it we can put our Flour in Sacks instead Having cured myself however in 1879 of Barrels Your Injunction will not and not having seen a sick day since my relative finally admitted that Warners Lie costs 1150 safe cure which accomplished this result was really a wonderful preparation Had MORAL President Rutter of the Our Hens never Annoy the Neighbors used it I am certain that Central Hudson he would be alive but how awfully the Neighbors Dog to day for he could not have been in a does Rack our Nerves Detroit Free worse condition than I was u I have found similar prejudices among Press all classes concerning even so laudable a scheme as this pedestal fund Cuban Brutality Mr Beerss experience and tho recent death of President Rutter of the Central A lady writing from Cuba says that Hudson railroad of an extreme kidney mercy to dumb brutes is unknown on disorder proves that the physicians have in- Â¬ diseases power the island The horses and oxen are no real the onlyover suchone should and pursue course dicates poor half dead things How could is as the late Dr Willord Parker says dropsiit be otherwise in a community where headache sickness of the stomachoffensiveÂ¬ cal swellings back achedarkand the very highest class can exact haupi fluids prematurely impaired eyesightloss Spanish ladies ot strengtn ana energy occur ior tney un Â¬ ness from a bull fight wave their parasols or handkerchiefs mistakably indicate a fatal result if not with wild delight when a poor dumb promptly arrested cent needed for the Yes brute without weapons and without any pedestal sir ee every will be raised Of course it will sin on its life must sutler torture from be a great triumph for the World but the weapons invented by man Cuba would it not have been an eternal disgrace has not yet learned that a man is not had our people failed to provide for this only a possible angel but a possible devil pedestal A little fellow who is sure to be fonnd Thus a brute may become a mans su- Â¬ perior What a rood thinor if a Soanish at church on Sunday Benny Diction bull or cab horse could carrv a Distol for A Strong Endowment self defense The Spanish bull fight is conferred upon that magnificent insti- Â¬ recalls the the saving of a Pagan tution the human system bv Dr Pierces Death of brutes may be a necessity it Golden Medical Discovery that fortifies it against the encroachments of disease It Current never can be a pleasure is the great blood purifier and alterative and as a remedy for consumption bron Got the Best of the Dentist cbitisj and all diseases of a wasting na ture its influence A good many years ago a small boy permanent Sold is rapid efficacious ani everywhere called on an old fashioned Saccarappa of misery is a The sxtreme doctor and asked him how much he bov with a new heightof boots and nosmall mud pair Twentv-- puddle Pecks Sun charged for pulling a tooth U ill it five cents said the doctor Premature decline of power in inquired the lad If it dont hurt either sex however induced speedily and hurt you 1 won t charge you a cent permanently cured Consultation free reolied tho doctor facetiously Out Book for three letter stamps Worlds Dis- Â¬ came the doctors cant dog and out pensary Medical Association Buffalo Y jumped the boys tooth Not a sound escaped the victim His face was as im- Â¬ The man who monkeys around machin Â¬ Did ery often travels incog Oil Citj Derrick passive as the relentless cant dog inquired the doctor it hurt you rejoined the boy A kid slipper The small boy on roller Not a darned bit self control ought skates The Bamller carnhy That boys to have made him a rich man Brum Â¬ ill had suffered for several years CAsterieaa Commtttyrjfee Staw ftXAenrv 33 Mwewjgtrttt yewTTarlt -- DRIVEN FROM SEA TO SEA Positively the fastest aellins took aineo the days e and cosattntly cwsjared to It Gy tne aueat cruics Uncle Toms CatlB A few extracts fnsa the hundred of eadonemesU already received Gen BenJF Butler yit It Is the moa ttaaeiy DOolc that has been pulHaed and as a piece ot dooc M aba I very remwSable makinsclta execution ourLand System that Uncle Toots Cabla did wtti regard to slavery -Hon B F Satvely of Indlaaa sayst It fa te posiiWe to sufficiently coamesd your book It esses like a revelation It deserves and wiU receive larger circulation than any etfcer boofc of history or fteuos published within tha presest cantary- The author wrUss to correct srtat wrofjat aa f ortlfles his statements byjfccii with tl tafflwledas of Intelligent readers Since the day that ilrs Stows UadoTaas wrctstbedoomof the slave driver InaSack la favr Cabin no more vigorous blow has bes CAicago Inur Qftat of the rights of the laborer MS ill 5 IrVrinlA 32 3k Wanted Jan2ilSbS dix Slars and tirmTw YV TKAICXOPT CO Publishers Aseats 199 wbshAieCMca8H Cloth 3S wttaafa Xra elSose iUastrated Civam alrrtdy 414 pases remarJable success- - Seadfureir are havlse - At this season of the year the hilarity of th chilÂ¬ dren 13 often stopped by some ladlscretloa onthe part of the parent or child and as a result dyseatery cholera infantum or other complaints of stomach or bowels ensues la aU such cases Ridges Food la the best dietetic It Is perfectly safe being neutral la its action upon the bowels aad la so way Interferes with action of medicines UNIMPEACHABLE TESTIMONY Dx J Bxjidtoxb I have taken several bottles of your Female Regulator for falling of the iron aad other diseases comolned of IS years steading add Â¬ really belteze am cured entirely- - or trMea plea ac cept my heartfelt thanks I know your aedlcina saved my life so you see I cannot saak tea highly la ReepectfsMy its favor Mna Dr J Beadfosd I have as yoa know bees seHIa your Female Regulator for years and have had a steaduy Increasing demand for tt It gives the Terr best satisfaction I frequently seU tt to persic with the most iho use It In their practiceTuqzUlS K JX satisfactory 2-results Ga June 25 1S83L Valdosta Send for Treatise on Women- - Mailed free BBAjnxi3 RxGcxjk rois Co- - Atlaata Ga WES-ncBBarsBldeGa- Drlt wick Telegraph A singular incident occurred on the evening of June 1 Shortly after the WilHQFTS i east bound accommodation train left Auburndale a large grey owl flew through the open window of the en- Â¬ gine cab and alighted on the head of the -fireman After recovering from his sur- Â¬ prise the fireman attempted with the THE CURRANT help of the engineer to capture the be- Â¬ Â¬ iuemics of Tills 3Iost riemt rtiU wildered bird and succeeded after a seThe owl measured vere struggle Healthful Fruit inches Just as the fruit grower oegins to thirtyFlorida from tip to tip Orlando JXeio copgratulate himself on having conÂ¬ cacsed by malarial poisoning of the blood such as Chills and Fever Fever and Ague San Pains Dumb China Intermittent Remittent Bilious and ah other Fevers caused by malaria It is also the safest and best cure for enlarged Spleen Fever Cake General Debility andPerlodlc Neuralgia CPForSaIebyaUDrusslsta CHAS F HEELER Chicago III fOD FEVER AMD AGUE TOXIC A warranted cure for all diseases LEPAGES LIQUID GLUE il AMRdED COLO MpALU3aopHisx Vted by Maton Haaalia Urya PUa Car CJte Hfd oalr by ta RUSSIA CEMENT CO GLOUCESTER EVERYWHERE SaauJ Tin Caaa scat br XcLS WOOD GLASS CHINA PAPER LEATHER c H UNEQUALLEDFCRCEMSHTINa w Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ -diers eoin-posing-ro- -- j I -- iij aidf-dc-ca- -- - -- I to-morr- quered tho first and second crop oi currant worms he goes into hs gardeu to find that a very large number of the twigs of his currant bushes are laving on the ground and a considerable number half broken off but still hang ing to the bushes in a wilted state He wonders what the trouble is aud if he gives it but a pas ng thought con- Â¬ cludes that the new growth is so tender that they have ben broken off by the wind Should he stop to examine he wrill discover that they have been bitten oft by some insect close watchlug will convince him that the work has been done by a long bodied aud long winged fly nearly the shape as to length as a winged ant They are ven sluggsh and are easily caught- - If no f urtherinvestiga tion be made the fruit grower only la ments the loss of the new growth ol his bushes but as they soon start again he concludes that the injury is not very serious and so he turns his attention to more serious troubles among them the worm that kills whole stalks by eating down through the heart of the stalk This troubles him very much because he does not know how to prevent it when he discovers the dying stalk it is too late to prevent the mi chief so year after year he i3 compelled to see his bushes die out with no power to prevent it He has not the remotest idea that the fly that cut off the ends oi the twigs had anything to do with it but the fact is he is the identical roguo that is at the bottom of the trouble It is the female fly that cuts the twig partially off that she may prepare a place wherein to lay her egg3 after cutting the twig perhaps hvjfoft she lays an egg which in a short time hatches out and begins to eat its way down in the center of the tw g growing larger and larger as it de- Â¬ scends until when full grown it is large enough to ery much injure if it does not kill the stalk When this fact is fully understood the remedy is easy and sure When a twig is found to be eaten off to destroy the egg cut ofl another inch of the tw g It may sometimes be necessary to go over tho bushes twice but as a rule once is tnough if the cutting is not done until four or live day s after the flies first ap- Â¬ pear but if it should be necessary to go ovflr them the second time it can Be readily seen which twigs have been cut with a knife and which by the By adopt ng this pract ce a few flies years it will be found that the number of flies will be greatly reduced so that the work of cutting the twigs will ba very trilling Massacliusetts Floitgl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ numerous ailments which make womans life miserable are the direct issue of the abnormal action of the uterine system For all that numerous class of symptoms aud every woman knows them there is one unfailing remedy Dr Piorces uFavor Ito Prescription tho favorite of the sex Thk swell of the ocean Bhipmau Golden Bays a dandy mid Every Woman Knows Them The human body is much like a jjood clack or watch in its movements if one goes too slow or too fast so follow all the others and bad time results if one organ or set of organs works imperfectly per- Â¬ version of functional effort of all the or- Â¬ gans is sure to follow Hence it is that the from periodical returns of Hay Fever At the sug- Â¬ gestion of a druggist I obtained Elys Cream Balm and used It during a severe HAY FEVER I have suffered greatly CATARRH RCOC2rarLAr73erfro edPeBssBaandlacrease Wigs Baaga and Waves seat COD success or no fee Write for drsdars aad lavs SOS Claatffgtrf Ofcio A W KcCOKiUCS where Wholesale and retaU HAIR B a StreMJe CoJTJ Wabaefcprice HatTAi ftTCalcago esaerteaeeyasr aay attack I can cheerfully testify as to the immediate and continued relief obÂ¬ tained by Us use I hearti Â¬ ly recommend It to those suffering from this or Kin Rev dred complaints H A Smith Clinton Wis Â¬ SDPCATIOyATi THE NATIONAL NORMAL IS84F Entire exnense s58to mSM QverZseeearoBed UNIVERSITY aiveei Uepamnenta main Â¬over 20 tained AliorofesMeLBrovdedfor I ral Diploma conferred OvcriOC Teacher aad Baotketptn tralaed here aava Good SltBatlaa ben helped tocan pursue aay EtnayAny YouagJaaacr tvomaa Tua JLes jexJLlHjesna fientcolany other lastUHtloa Ian at HOLBRGGK Catalogue 1855 r -- e CREAiti BALM has trained an enviable rep utation wherever known displacing all other prepa- Â¬ rations A uarttclc is an-no pain Plcd Into each nostril druggists agreeable to use Price 5Cc by mall or at Send for circular Y ELY BROTHERS druggists Cego HAY FEVER M the H S iifonnatlon free President ALFQ Address and full Lebanon Warrea Co O- - PikesToothaciie Drops cure In 1 mlnute25c Glenns Sulphur SoaphesdnavA beautifies MR S K CHASE Of Chases Market Lowell Mass is freqaently called upon for inforniatioiL in regard to his wonderful cure by the use of 25c German Corn Remover kil Is Corns Bunions The circus season is upon us the s iw dust o the year Washington Hatchet work is never dun The reason that a woman does not malm a good collector is because a womans JV Ayers Sarsaparilia He assures all inquirers that is testimonial is strictly true rlere it is From my infancy I was affiicietT wib Scrofula The doctors proBomaced ray case Incurable and were of the- - oplaioa that Consumption induced by scrofulous poison in the blood would terminate y life- - About five years ago I had become fo debilitated that to do a days work was an impossibility was completely dis- Â¬ couraged when a friend advised me to try Ayers Sarsaparilia bought one bottle took the Sarsaparilia regularly and began to improve at once Continuisg the treatment I was permanently cured taking less than one dozen bottCea in aUT The virulent sores which had eatea through my neck In a number of places rapidly healed and my strength gradually Increased until I became a vigorous man as I am SJv Chase with I3L Chase Provision Dealer 253 3ferricr St Lowell 3fass f Y Independent The Sultan of Constantinople is named Osman Bey His twenty wives make him sign his name O Bey X Y Sun m Is not a cow a poetical creature She often breaks the stillness of the oveniutj air with the notes of her moos Bustoii Post Little Lilly Dont you think doctor that I look just like my mamma Mother Tribune 1 1 Hush child dont be vain Chicago ij Iff I No fears have I sings a poet Let him wait until his pants encounter our office dog Burlington Free Press - I A little Boston boy being askedwhy Lots wife was turned into a pillar of salt replied Because she was too fresh I guess Boston Transcript A Newburgh woman received 1000 for a broken rib and her husband has fig- Â¬ ured up that at this rate she is wortJ about 316000 Xr Y Tribune Precise young lady to her little brother Willie dont do that way Dont kick the ankle ot the table you disturb me Arkamaxc Traveler A pleasing story in grammar is told of a school girl She was parsing and came Quarrel she the word quarrel said is plural because it takes two to Harpers Bazar make one The gamblers wife always speaks of her husband as her better half Chicago Tribune i to-da- y- 4 a at ZJf Pit pared oirDrJCAyerCoLow6lllasj Ay ers Copyrighted Sarsaparilia Sold by Druggists Prfel aixbadsa PARSONS In my practice yail for 3d CM X3X PURGATIVE i M Tv CT Sar S 3a r 7 PILLS t many people busy in Japan letin Strange to say lacquer work Boston Bul- Â¬ keeps use no IStAEipS other J TEAT Denntson When a man is just about to sneeze yoa couldnt buy hira off with a consulate Boston Post R U AWARE bearlBff man that Lorillarda that lorillarda Cats are expert climbers Some of them Nary Clipplaea and that Lorfllards SnuaraM9 can get up ai waul even if you clip their tne best and cheapest quality csalUd claws ivonristown Herald rI tin tag Itoae Lenf fine cut a LoriHars Olimas Plug CAIGER Boolrontratinentaeatfree AOraat FLPuMMDAararaXaaCaja JmjS iver PHI Br at- - Palmar UeWit ram T Said e rerxsrXaatteeUa aa ar awt JOH3JSOX CJSOTOct3cIiaV Treated and cared irftaaatta Jfaafc Jcaiia 1037 WME3C WXTXIXG 19 JLT3EXT1 pleaae aay yam utff taa mv Udsw suseacwkts j Tlr