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X v SB1 tRST Jt i -- VsfiSS IKs - J l5s The Hazel Green1 HeraM COOPER rf SPEKCER Owner and Editor THE HERALD OP A OISIT WORLD WITH 2OTV7S FROM ALL ATIOSTS 12 1SS5 100 A YEAR Always in MMt VOLUME I HAZEL GHEEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY AUGUST NUMBER 24 I P - If ik LT p 3S Just before the embassy went into white men and forty or more Indians CUBAN RAILWAYS THE DAIRY ADVICE TO BOYS PITH AND POINT the Modoc Chiefs presence Mr Steele lay down on the rocks The writer was CtKag the sweet old name Two Cheap Competitive Koutes With said to the newspaper men invited to stretch himself beside Scar Awl a ckila voice answering Butter in air tight package vps Suggestions Containing a Vein of Sarcasm Bunola paralysis is a dii Otherwiso High Fares Curiosities ot WIUj rh eye of kindling flame Gentlemen I want to impress upon Face on a tule mat It was not in Â¬ longest and Which Are Jfot to Be Taken later It generally attacks a sa e a hie way Travel JUuiferawa hair clattering you that being entirely at the mercy viting but the invitation was gracous Dogs are Over a Vrew so ilk y oar om norae irom tn grocery store About the only instance of competi- Â¬ up dairy stockpoor cowboys for driving ally Aa4 retce whoso ringing tone of these people we are in a delicate lv accepted There was not much The one mark by which you ca dis Wakes tbe ecboes of all the years Doctors say drinkiag too stucV positron You must leave to Fairchild sleep All night long the sage brush tion which I have encountered in Cuba Whey makes an excellent drink for The hKlif al bygone years and myself the whole business of this fire was kept blazng Every hour or is that between the two lines of rail Â¬ cylves if some bran or shipstuff is mixed tinguish a smart boy is his disrespect coffee makes bald heads- - Telliag th The atrial sUeaee of shroud And tomb toward his parents mission Do not talk to the Indians so the savages would change the way extending from Havana to Ma with it Your father un- Â¬ female of the housa that her coffee la The seemed to fold yon away so far nothing but slops will also do it or try to watch us closely and do ex Â¬ watch One or two or three red tanzas Is broken aad through the gloom Dealers in butter in New York where doubtedly means well but he is fogy Boston FosL In general railway fare is actly as we do Everything must be devils would crawl into the cave guns Cornea the gteass of one soft star phenomenally high A Baisf led thrill or joy and pain The tariff from they have a law squarely prohibiting ish and terribly slow has none of the only catch fish as man concilatory Some of these foolish in hand and covered with cartridges Havana lightning glance and cold fiendish easilyIf ahe cancould Theses I call to yon in Tain to Cienfuogos on the southern the sale of oleomargarine and other imas young chiefs may seem import nent or and others would crawl out and take lie about itl- - laments 2h the sons4 oc the boyish tone coast is 16 in gold and the railway itation bufter state that the honest en- smile which are going to characterize a Texas editor He could if he under-Â¬ Is something still yoar own indeed insult us We must submit to their places company held a meeting not long ago forcement of the law is having th you when you are grown up any indignity come how it ma It may stood fishing as well as he does lying- If The silent hours dragged by and effect of increasing Ami I cratch a3 wait to see demand foi Captain Jack asks you who jtou are it finally daylight broke With it all the to ascertain if possible why tlTe re- Â¬ genuine dairy butterthesays Hoard1 nol be politic to ignore his author ty Puck Year We agaia aaf olding ot the death that seemed to be will be a good point for j ou to say that Indians were astir and of course their ceipts dont exceed the expenses Frees But Dairyman The earth would be a compara i yon tried it once with unfavorable re Â¬ Wfeea you passed from my beholding by who with a first class if yoar life Ad Joy asd trae in is lived again pain you are the men which write for the guests were too polite to interferearose two routes fare the the longest of the sults but you can with propriety re- Â¬ tively pleasant dwelling place if it were A little extra food should be gives to citv is only 8110 So brave great newspapers Its peace snd They reach the eye domestic arrangements the man who is always talking ft strong is its high endeavor and by the shortest 150 Second and awhile before the cow calves and it fer to him as the old man and can not for the good old times of the Great Father and that his com- Â¬ too Washing Â¬ about To Hve for the vast forever plaints will be carefully taken down We must saddle up and be prepared third class fares are proportionally should be of a cooling loosening na- Â¬ let h m see plainly that he has no com- Â¬ ton HatdieL Fmtt J 3gbcc in Chicago Currart The long route ha3 a train ture says an exchange Roots with a mon tame boy to deal with Now Ictus be cautious nd I believe to get out of here just as soon as th s cheaper Your It Is claimed that if Odium the little there will be no danger We which pushes right through in two is an rye and oat meal sprinkled over mother is at best only a woman and Brooklyn Bridge luaatc had kept talk is over said Fairchild AMONG TEE 0D0CS Everybody trusted Steele and Fair mustnt wear out our welcome he hours and forty minutes without stop- Â¬ As excellent feed for such occasions this fact should bo sufficient to insure straight he would not have been inÂ¬ soon as the calf is weaned and tho ping save two or three times at rail-Â¬ child and for once there were gath- Â¬ added significantly cow has regained her strength she your ptying contempt Treat her with jured The same thing might be sad way junctions Ju- - Story of Indian 1 Diplomacy ered as quiet as demure and as un Â¬ He said afterward that he saw cer- Â¬ Tourists ordinarilly make the trip may be put back into her accustomed mild compassionate scorn and be of a good many young men ostentatious a lot of newspaper men as tain signs among some of the ouuger Graphic Never Before Published ever assembled There were no at Â¬ Indians that he didnt Ike For in- Â¬ out by one route and back by the other place and the box stall vacated for the scrupulously careful to ignore all her Mr Burke the famous orator once A railway train in Cuba is not such a next Western Jiural advice In this way you can lay up a exclaimed tempts at interviewing no bustling stance at daybreak they had removed Strip majesty o itsex-Tfee Interview Taa t Preceded the Mas about for pointers and no button Â¬ the horses of their guests to another curiosity as one in India Burmah or pleasant storeof reflections for after miiiC3 uuu ik ib UUU uwuiuca The rolling stock was SUMMER DAIRYING holing on the quiets in search of spot and had been so impolite as to even Europe Tlaae ef the Peace Commissioners life for nothing will thrill a middle He meant that if theJctters mand manufactured in New England and Hoir to Mako scoops Each man simply held his take all the bacon and bscuifthey A Prrtteas 3Dtea and a Butter in Hot Weather aged man with keener pleasure than y at the ends be removed a jestiU breath and --listened The Modoc oild get their hands on leaving one shipped here a few centuries ago It A Few Practical Suggestions xj Harrow Escape the remembrance of how he used to rema ns Golden DdgsS consequently has a venerable but withal statesmen were one and all freed from for tub wh te mans breakfast A pail In the first pi ice give your attention grieve his Before they arc married she will mother of coffee was hastily made the horses familiar look to any one whose experi- Â¬ to newspaper pertinacity the cows see that they are not com- Â¬ carefully turn down his coat collar ence runs back fJ1thoprimitiyo sort of You can never be a man until you A thrilling chapter of tho uawritten Captain Jacks cave was a vaulted were saddled and then the Ind ans coaches and 3ngines that characterized pelled to live upon a dry and worn out have learned to smoke The delicate when itgets awry but afterward shell were assembled for another talk history of ihe aegotiatloas that pre Â¬ chamber sof natures make Itwas shewa the early history of railroading in our pasture with only weeds to eat and tissues of your mouth and lungs as jerk it down into pos ton ceded the massacre by the Modocs of created by volcanic action and the en- Â¬ Steele and Fairchild purposely made country throwing a doormat opt of thewn old swale water to drink See that well as the subtler tissues of your brain trance to ths as brief as possible Captain Jack TCiiin the third clasS was the Peace Commission in 1872 is now feet wide itThe not more than ten stated simply that he would receive the dow Burgngion Free frtss coaches that the- - have a liberal feed either of latter was irregular green uuii noi propeny oe regarueo as in you get the best glimpses into real Cu- Â¬ related for tho first time by a gentle- Â¬ and one had to follow a dark and intri- Â¬ Awoman writeioTa prize essay on and he said in English grass orfodder or that the stalls are working order until they have beenwell ban life man of this city who formed one of the cate chambpr Once inside the ropm to Fairchild ifart with the dried by tobacco smoke Nature leaves House Clean ng sassi nipplied with a generous lot of ground You see the negroes and tho China- Â¬ food them in a crude state the sagacity of men oi thehousf Why bless your Meacham you tell Meacham me party Four months anterior to the way perhaps sixty feet longby thirty when they confc in to be milked men and the appearance of Meacham and the Peace feet widejj The council lire of sage- Â¬ want him to come Me wantto see Spansh soldiers poor Cubans and the and atorj all give them an abundant the individual to complete the work heart just let the mea know you are all mingling on a com- Â¬ supply If you can not afford to buy a cigar about to begin hojisgceanjng and Commssion in the Lava Beds it was brush and grease wood was in full Meacham mon level You see everv neasant once of fresh pure water not only seek some luscious discarded remnant theyll start of their own accord and En- Â¬ The few on it deemed advisable to send a small party blast andaroundmore sitting one thoir glish brokeIndians awho understood and black or white stow some live chickens climb or twice a day but if they have to and rekindle its sacred fires wont stop untl they are out of sight coarso laugh into haunches were hun- Â¬ than to Captain Jack to have a peace talk dred Indians The only squaws pres- Â¬ Steele at once took Captain Jacks away under the seat and you wonder supplyover bare hills to pick up a scant Teachers are by nature and educa of the house It LvK way men have of grass then give them abnnd as I have done a score of times why Norristown Herald nd ascertain how the land lay The ent were Captain Jacks two wives hand and bade him good bye ton petty tyrants and are therefore ance of water all day long We know A gentleman Go out and mount ho whispered everybody persists in this curious habit it is seldom that poor grass and good to bo thwarted and annoyed in every city has a small ladians had no faith in Meacham They one an old pure blooded Modoc and I have seen two thirds of the wealthy water go together but it must be borne possible manner They gloat on stay boy who hn tates of this W When a quickly to the rest of the party George regarded him as their enemy and the the other a paler faced and rather Cuban passengers on a steamboat take ing after school for the purpose of gentleman called recently the father There cause of all their troubles as he was in comely woman evidently possessed of adieu to was no t me lost in bidding chickens into their first class cabins in mind that it is the two together the savages Fairchild sprang a strain of white blood She spoke no I looking bad grass and bad water that raises keeping their pupils and assign long said to him politely part and from the start they meant to English however into his saddle and sruck out at once Whon the train stops at a station of the mischief with butter making So lessons through sheer malignity Do another cigar to offer you The embassy kul lum if they got a chance When was escorted in by Scar Faced Charley In ten minutes the whole party were some importance in rush men and boys if you can not afford both be sure to everything in your power to make with regret at the one he was smoking the overtures ior a preliminary talk Captain Jack satin the rear of the cave out of the crater like basin and picking Ym vixi uiis jijhus oi nauve them unhappy Be especially careful Now was the small boys opportunity were first made Captan Jack refused on a mat of twigs and one of his wives tne r way in single hie over tho rocks fruits for sale country cheese supply one or else leave the whole to portray all your grievances to your I know where thev are pa he said a point to send out any message by the squaws on cither side of him He looked up as It was fully an hour before a word was lightning bugs and above all lot- business alone This is particularly that parents and in these portrayals as in dragging open a drawer and bringngv dairymen should bear bst two days later ho sent out two In Â¬ the party entered and half smiled at spoken and then Steole who brought tery tickets The lightning bugs are mind when they are either choosing in writTng poetry give your imagination out a box of a choice brand-- Detroit a principally purchased by tourists as dairy dians who knew Fairchild a rancher Fairchild Then he took Steeles up the rear exclaimed farm or deciding to turn the old full play By patient and heroic stub-Â¬ Free Fress well to say that he Jack wanted to prollered hand but he dd not rise Boys I think we got out oLtherc in curiosities for the Cuban lightning homestead into a dairy farm See you may perhaps Hewas a poet and he was talking that bornnessinto hopelessness andweary tho to Miss bug if he could be trained to system- Â¬ see Fairchild and Squire Steele of from his seat Then followed hand Â¬ good tme teacher triumph Ethel in tho conservatory and will either produce a succulent Treka and would talk peace with shakings all around If anjbody thinks gloriously by graduating an idiot in as she toyed with the Ice which he hadj Four weeks later tho treacherous Mo- atic illuminating habits and brought it growth them He wanted them to come un Â¬ tnis was not irksome he had better try docs committed the awful crime which into the United States would soon never of food the year round or a spite of his mean efforts to elevate just brought her she inquired Mr armed aad they might bring a few it some time Six people had each to startled the country San Francisco bankrupt the various electric light com- Â¬ water failing supply of pure fresh you Rimer you write a good deal of poetrv panies otaer gooamen but no soldiers shake hands with over one hundred Cor JS Y Star You can not be too careful about dontyou Oyesr Miss Ethel he Having attended well to the cowx When it is time for the train to start It was rather a perilous undertaking Indians every one armed to the teeth -o the next thing in order where an extra your reaumg uooks ot tne proper answered and it comes so easily to a wrinkled praaciated Chinaman rings but Fairchild promptly said he would Blinded b the smoke of the nre-- WJrjjd sort are constantly being written by A SALT LAKE a hand bell lethargically and the en- Â¬ article of butter is wanted is to see best talent of theage and retailed the more work2or ypuknow I expect it is go Mr Steele was communicated the cave each white stomach fire in some-Â¬ ypiif to3ead mypQCTH3r for that the milk is not only properly taken with and as he had successfully de Â¬ what disturbed bv the noisome smells Remarkable Curiosity on tho Top of n gine pulls out lYesT from the cow but that it is properly the moderate price of one dime than It is Tor me to writethehi The first class car is put at the rear fended jne of the leading Indians in a from a not too cleanly housekeeping Mountain Reading matter of as similarly elevat-Â¬ I expect ftY v sheanswcredcovfvif treated immediately after it is taken train cattle stealing case and knew he and withal the absolute necessity of and it must be so much pHasnaterr to There is a remarkable salt lake situ- of thein the and is nearly empty ex-Â¬ from the cow That is see that tho ing character may be found in the cept would not be harmed he also consent-Â¬ expressing delight in the face if none On one tourist season illustrated weekly papers for boys write them than to read theraumilkers habits ed The squaws were sent in with a in the heart imposed a task upon the ated one hundred and fifty miles west railroad there is a machine in tho for- Â¬ the milkare cleanly in their scalded that which are published by men who have then he looked up at the shrubs iAnd that cans are prop iy and message that Steele and Farrchildwith Indians guests which required some and south of Albuquerque in New ward end of each coach displaying a sunned for this process is of vital im- - conecrated their wholo Lves to the grew around them arid ISaid nMhlllff aa interpreter Frank Rddle and three exercise of will General Canby had Mexico and about fifty miles from the placard that reads Proxima Esta drying and work of making upr ght and honorable while she continued to tbywlt the newspaper correspondents one from b6en thoughtful enough to send along Arizona line The lake is located on cion it would nofbe nmissVit jortanceis a A thoroughpurifier This citizens out of the coming generation chilly orangBrSaTOTedrke22fJonl wonderful leafing some of our 2Tew York one from San Francisco and a couple of hundred thus cigars withWhicn the top of a volcan c mountain and to the eye railroads as to announced jeirig welrattcnded to the next thing These books and papers wilt hotvpnly fostv t jr aiSsWI U - t as well a third from Sacramento would vist to aid in subduing the savage soul evidently occupies an extinct carter the ear tho furnish means of delightful recrea- Â¬ TtpLAYINGisT rOOKEYK name of the next station but 1 imagine isthocows udder This should be Captain Jack on a certain day but Before another word was uttered Fair The lake is perhaps three quarters of a some way would be found in our coun- Â¬ thoroughly cleaned at this time of the tion but may usefully serve as handÂ¬ IJ that he must send out five of his braves child opened these and distributed iSst of reference in mile in diameter aud is so strongly try of having the moving wheels of tho year itthere isany foulness about it books those described emergences Simi- - A School -Vrmcipal Dilates oat c Science unarmed to escort the party in Jack them to Youremember orTrmtncy Having looked to notv lar assented to this and in due tme One of the funniest things in aborig- Â¬ impregnated with salt that a tinck car operate tho machine instead of sap Â¬ cometotlje mostthese points we vital one of nlhand how Catling Gath the Gory Terror of The boy who neverpUyed hookey crust of puro white salt of a spongy ping tho life blood of the tired con- Â¬ Hooka Jim Boston Charley inal economy is to see aa that isUie care of the milk immediately Goramersdorf rushed am d the red- during his schoel days is hardrte ijwrjfi Bogus Charley and Shacknasty savage smoke a cigar Eduntutored consistency like floating ico encrusts ductor Matanzas Cor Fox of after itjs drawn from the ndden An skins or were they bandits waving for the reason that somehow oran Jim1 appeared at Gillems camp Xew York came near sacrificing the the margin It is so plentiful that it his hours delay or even half t this time will ly blade on high and rescued the love The next morning the party set out lives ot the whole Embassy by laughing is carried away by the wagon load It star eyed Florimel Now it is high other the goody goody boys all dir olten destrov the quality of the wholo time ALBANIA No arms were arned except a small when Hooka Jim bit his cigar half way has been long used by the Indians that the these derringer wh ch each person had hid Â¬ in the middle put one piece in his The salt is white of the purest qual- Incident of a Journey From Cettinjo to weeks make of butter To avoid things It ts public woke up to gray young and the teachersJL petg never astonishing that seem to pan put into anything re any such calamity tthe milk should den in his breast for obvious use In pocket and stuck the other in his ity and destitute of sand or any forKJcka be treated sjstcmatieally and prop- haired deacons and rich business men markable- - If they do theygenerally case treachery was practiced It was mouth elevated at an anglo of sixt3r eign ingredient The texture is porous From Ccttinjo to Rjeka at the north- Â¬ erly jt That is liko congealed white foam There i should be dare to tempt Providence bv recklessly become ashamed of themselves acoTre- a long ride In the saddle and over the degrees wiiKini tuu streets wiinout naving a worst country that horses foot ever After the cigars were lighted the In- Â¬ one specimen inclosing the stem ot ern extremity of the Lake of Scutari subjected to a cold water bath bowie kn fe at the belt and a revolver cite wonderful stories of their juvenile some vegetable and can be handled the journey lies through a sterile coun- Â¬ as soon as it is drawn from the cow To in each A schoppracipal wnor depravty trod Though the parry feet out at dayÂ¬ dians sat jn silence several minutes pocket when such thrilling had a few hours leisure Saturday do this have a large can holding eight like an apple by its stem light it was three oclock in vhe afterÂ¬ The whites were clustered to tho left of try which grows more smiling and less scenes are KMng enacted all over or ten gallons sitting in a trough But the mosteurious feature of this sterile as the lake is neared and afternoon entertained a noon before the edge of the lava beds Jack around the council fire When after pump As a milkman pours milk by the America but do not vou let their some remarks on truancy reporter with In the schools in the foolhardiness was reached The Indians were then Indians are silent it is etiquette to re- Â¬ lake is a tall circular column ol a six hours steam in a small pinnaco misead you Buy Truancy or Uhsence of a sent Ahead to uncover the trails and main silent also Steele and Fairchild monument shaped formation which belonging to the Pr nee the lake scen- Â¬ can let him stop and pump the same a revolver and practee shootinsr pro He said scholar from school without Jacks stronghold was fully eight knew this and said nothing but smoked rises up near the center of the lake to ery en route being most lovely Scutari amount of water in the trough or rather miscuously Thfs miles shead The horses had the away Presently without preliminary the height of one hundred feet and of Albania is at last reached This water enough to raise it to the same intense grat with it to the will afford soa of the principal or knowledge ofv fication neighbors most difficult task to thread their way Captain Jack burst into an animated which appears to be composed of whit with the exception of Janina is the eight on the outside of the can that the and may come into good play at some parents exists to an alarming extent in the schools We have lots of cases of over the hard flinty scoria Little tufts talk in the Modoc tongue He spoke lava thrown up by some convuls on most important town in the whole ot milk reaches on the inside of the can t m In the near future Who knows playing hookey during some ancient geological pe Albania and certainly one of the most In this way the first heat is taken out of but ithe Indians may be during the circus of iage brush grew out of crevices in to no on in particular But the InÂ¬ contemplating rod The outsde of the singulai picturesque its red roofs peep ng up the milk and it is left in a good keeping a raid on your town and you may be season and when the time comes the rocks These covered hidden holes dians interrupted him frequently with into which the animals would stumble grunts and 4ughs He spoke for five column sloped tfrqm the base toward from among masses of green foliage condition and may then be set deep ol called upon to save by yonrIntrepiditv around for swimming JTne boysi tire and flounder and In scores of places minutes perhaps then motoning to the top and was rough enough its old tumbledown bazaar roofed m shallow and it should not be set ethei the whole town from destruction Or of school about Agril and from that 6n years ago with rough planking half of wayunti it is subjected to this treatm- it may be schoolclosea time June we riders had to dismount and lead the one of his wives the latter got him a to enable it fco be ascended that some robber chiefta n have until most trouble hV Tneboys reaching the top of the cone which has rotted or fallen away while ent-If the tired and worr ed beasts drink of water and crew are set deep andthis process is scnipu 4 cret his outlaw at hand h ding in a se- Â¬ dont playtruant in wintecu was found to be vines clinging round whaf is left afford Itwas After dark when Hooka Jm Another phase of Indan character the interior cave near and will abduct Whatrs the worst cas of truancy took Steeles horse by the bridle and which Steefewell understood is not to hollow like a tube and at the bottom an ever varymgsbade against the fierce luusiy cpuipucu wjen mere will oe no the little freckle nosed girl across the you have come across asked the re led hra through between two great be hasty in reply Therefore when the there was seen a c rcular pond of water rays of the sun its qua nt old Venet an fear of having tainted milk or a cowy waWroni your house rocks just separated enough to avoid interpreter had given the substance of with a bright emerald green color in fortress ruined by timeand explosions smen aooui it u set snajiow it will will track them to their nd then you porter retreat and About the worst wa3 the case of d scraping the riders legs The rest of Captain Jacks Bpeech Mr Steele pre- Â¬ appearance probably to be attributed frowning above the tovn its stunted then not clabber or thicken too quick- cover the thunderstruck villiaris with 1 ght which penely to let the cream have time to rise your revolver boy who staid awayfrom sckoeMdrJlTl the party followed and found them Â¬ served a dead silence for more than five to the sparse rays of mosques and graceful minarets and make your appear selves in a great torn up rocky basin minutes Nothmgso pleases an Ind an trated this huge tube and were re- the lovely expanse of lake bounded on Whatever plan of setting is adopted ance in tne town with the rescued roily consecutive day resemonug the crater of an extinct n5 fcn llJlVP flim bfTipv vnn nrn wonrli flected from the smooth inirror lik north east and west by magnificent whan the cream is removed let it be Jones on your arm and the outlaws edge of his parents Ncpy wjhenaboy A party w th ranges of rocky mounta ns all volcano Jt was dark and everybody ing- - his words and giving great thoughts surface of the water con- Â¬ remembered that the sooner in season it dr ven like sheep before you and then is aosencinree uays nis name isjaxoppca some diflicultv descended the project tribute to form a most striking and is put to the churn the better it will bo Polly will strike an from the rolls- If to badto dismount but from the little to nls utteranctjs Tnejndian is one of attitude like the stop the notice- senthe can manage he ing sides of the interior of this bowl beautiful whole to his parent for the qualitv of the butter That is lovehr Florimel and sav iircs that here and there dotted the the vainest of men The inhabitants are When the proper To thee rocky ledges on c tier side it was seen time arrived Steele began a grandilo and they found no incrustations of salt well in keeping with their surroundings cream should always be allowed a cer dauntless hero I owe mo I fe Receive stays awav all the year and has what that we were in the Indian camp The quent oration which Riddle interpreted on the surface like that3onthexoutsidc Here you may see the swinging fxtsta- - tain time to ripen if raised sweet me heart an me hand If you had he calls a picnic making demands for Modoc welcome wa not effusively cor Â¬ sentence by sentence He told how the but on thrusting ithe bandeinto tht HJpltrr nxifl Tnrhnnfnc rOlnnr omnn then not less than twelve hours Ii the enormous wealth of Bloody Clutch Inoney to purchase books and spending dial Bogus Charley1 who acted as Great Father had been grieved at the water and withdrawing it thehancJrof fte Mussulman townsman there raised shallow and sour six oreiMit the Wizard of Wallenford you might it in lordly revel after a boys fashion Captain Jack Jxrdhamberlain and conduct of his children but that be Â¬ came out perfectly white from the par theTred jacket and baggv black drawers hours will do But right fresh cream buy a horse and pract ce r ding by midÂ¬ Most of the truants stayawayfor a could speak a little English directed lieving that his children had been- - im Â¬ t cles of salt that adhered to it It wn of his Christ an fellow hero again tho will not churn andlt Is a great waste ol night through thegtreets 3vith the bri- - day and come back witk soe excase the partywhec it could plcketthe properly treated had sent a comm s evidently very strong brine J5 tight fitting white rleggmsand the materialtoputJtin the churn Thw die rejnjbetween your clenched teeth Ltell 30U the Board of Health doesnt change horselrjma cooknhe supper of bacon sion of Lw bjack jaoketrstill worm as zNLgnof boweveriJspot ttie common fault with and wave a torch in ether handjo par Â¬ know of the enormous amount of s ck meet Thetniant3 report an adliajack ndwmucir needed The Jack and his braves andtodo full Capta n justice mourning for lskanderKBeyYoi tne farmers It fejsedomthev churn too alyze the town folk as he drl but as nessin this city- Every wfuLawwiiIndian women gathered about in a shy The vreat lather simply wanted peaee timi rhey come jMiridite or thc brnimntvest ot the quickly but 0rV9ntofyns a rule von can noCnerhans aJford io biixr THEY GOtniEFT way and the ch ldren came and True Tie had sent hs soldiersbut only almost universa 14103 set the cream andJeep adea tilacksteed ancjasrt fokfcfesvifce4kstarthat thev BayraJciar on thisVside glowsthe i gririnthroftgVflie snioke of the camp to guard h s ees from im- Â¬ How a Granger Demonstrated an Im yeUowDmbroIderedslrlot clJ5kof phev nwn tn wnif nnnn frrthrf J oUjinajr Detray a neaitny Djit most porta nt Fact T1CFbre Koman Catholic ladyf on tbatuo gold and being in a warm atmosphere the tendency to go to sloep at proper treatmenDA3 jiliedimg and They dont mean any treachery vet thoughtless braves among his children He sat down in one of thVhailwaji ombroidered chocolate onantic and sour whey begins td eat up the finor nine oclock in the evening perhaps it I Niften haveftb goMcfheralaWSuft boy came once at myehoblafSi 9id thats certain said Fairchild When Cries of Ugh Ugh of the Merrill block andpulled off his whiteyashmakof thpjSlnssulmah dame qualities of the cream so that when is as wen to postpone mis ciar n ieat Indians mean mischief they keep their churning day finally does arrive there is imt I ydu have discovered the jiidden that nis abs9cewafijtfaael by his lh s was a hopeful sign and Steele boot and a policeman who- - Happenec and endless varietyofcoior and cos squaws in tho background went on Whenever you can get an along at that moment kindly inquired tiime are continually shifting and pass- Â¬ nothing but a tasteless curd left in the treasure concealed by pirates centuries folks moving-- TJia bqysoftejawait The party had brought two pack Indian to grunt Ugh ho is ing before your eyes whlc silver cream To avoid this misfortune churn ago within the bosom of the beach hard ontsidc the schooT yard until the least gates are closed and the Concluded to go barefoot rnulosloaded with bacon flour and coffee satisfied with what you saj atSteele go mounted arms flashfng in the sun lend early and often in hot weather Then by home arid indignantly tell foad and a sack or two of army biscuit The then spoke at length on the desire of Say called the man as he tuggec everywhere an additional sparkle and above all thing3 do not put the cream An old woman carrying a lot ot Equaws watched the unloading of these the Great Father to have the Indians away at his sockTve been walking glitter to the scene Tho men here and in the churn at too high a temperature bundles and walking on a slippery mothers that j the rdad to learning has with ihe deepest interest Tho sup Â¬ meet his Commissioners tho everywhere in North Albania are tall Keep it below sixty if you can Fifty sidewalk is a splendidly appropriate been closed up The boys inowadayi around this town for about live hours --Must be footsore per ended Bogus Charley appeared lithe and active with an exceedingly in Â¬ eight is a gcod summer temperature object of merriment and when shefalls early adopt forgery as a means of es Â¬ who had been sent far from the with Scar Faced Charley who was rising sun to confer with them Cap Â¬ A boy procures a No taint that but Ive had i telligent expre sion of face sharp cut for churning i a fine article of butter is flat the only course left open to one caping detection known as Captain Jacks Adjutant-Gen-cra- L me if I had tai aquiline features broad forehead and wanted To accomplish this ice or ex-Â¬ who Would preserve the flower of gal note from his father or mother on an tain Jack after another wait of ten dozen different boys ask Scar Face was a Rogue River minutes during which there was dead on my heel Ive looked and looked a peculiar tlash of the eyes and in- Â¬ tremely cold spring or well water must Inn try in his soul is to burst into a roar occasion of legitimate absence and gets Indian of lighter hue than the Modocs silence began another speech This but there is no tar Is there any oc tensity of look The women on th6 be used by immersing the cream pail in of laughter The boy who under such the form Some of them copy the slg-and ainan of great dign ty and stern Â¬ was a tirade against Meacham and that boot other hand are generally coarse in it before the cream- is put in the- churn c rcumstanccs would assist her to her nature pretty welli We generally catch 1 ved a snort time among ness He had No feature and stunted m figure- - but the Whentfifs is properly done the- butter feet and restore her bundles to her them against the policy which had starved What pwfshment do you InfJFctr1 the whites at Jacksonville Oregon and them first on the reservation and then quite voung girls are Usually grace- Â¬ is sure to come within twenty or thirtv thereby wantonly destroying he en- Â¬ Anv on my sock The rattm is about the beatthmg to No ful and handsome it ifTtmorq than minutes and in a firm condition and of joyment of a whole group of loafers is rouiu bpeah a muo iingusn ic spoKO strove to force them back Finally he fir t to Sfa ole and shook hands with said With an outburst of passio i dur-Â¬ flavor This should a brute and ought to be kicked Cut I apply to thetxeant He is generally Well now off comes the sock and probable that their sublcquenf want Fairchild whom he knew He then ing which his swarthy face lowered and you look at my bare heel If theref of beauty is the result pi the severe be retained by the further use of ice or his acquaintance Arthttr M Cum manly fellow and when givea tc under-stand that he has to take a whlppisfj sad a council of Modocs had beeii his black eyes gleamed- - I will meet any tar there I want to know it labor which they continu- Â¬ cold water never allowing the butter mings in Judge takes it in a manner that makes him called in Caplan Jacks cave and that the We will see what I cant see anv replied the officer ally undergo for they are treated as to become warm and mushy 1 the pride of his fellows A boy sows they would meet Squire Steele and they will sav He then turned away In this condition it should be packed but youve got the thumpingest mere beasts of burden The intelli Â¬ HavjQyou got any bread said a days who cries under the ratta Is set Boss Fairchild In half an hour In token that the interview was ended Vggest old callons I ever aid behold1 gence of the men is not belied by or printed put m the tub or butter box tramp to a housewife in the country down as a baoy Moral saioa has a r ot Tending this - was noticed that the Tlir-- Lt nitca- 1wl jitiLi to liiu i jvvi or I know it but Fm after tar Am their looks They are pre eminent m and placed in the ice house or other No Have you got any bacon good deal of force Of course they partys uttiu camp was closely guarded the cave the Ind ans gradually dis tar on mv foot building gardening silverwork lace cool receptacle Frpm here it should No Have you got anj cheese don tall reform but the iacrijpfeltq be hurried to market with all possible by armed Indians and what n Ade the persed and it began to be ai jnterest No work architecture and in fact in all No What in thunder have you we get rid of Fight the more disagreeaJe r s that a jng question as to what was to become speed and the injunction to all hands Any on my toes brancheSjof industry requring either Do girls play tnuwt Ive got this she overyjwdianhad a Jprngiielu breech- - of tho guests No skilled labor or artistic taste while it through which it will pass to hurrv it got anyway r i Occasionally theyty triiit f gt v ni iifiat ium nrwflcr rtin i u fnvriiran jt jui iiowcvci waa fctMJii settiea i xri1 ww u these sassv voung cuos are is no uncommon occurrence to find an on to the final consumer who wiU said and she took down a revolver and w ik belts of arcrigcs and every one j ivhen Scar Faced Charley told Mr left smart as they areT I was kinder Albanian occupying a high position in abundantly reward jou for your extra putittohsnose He loft SawFran to a picnic but ther aerer than an afternoon- - Yo see the cria had aa army overcoat and army hat- - j Steele that tho part were expected to surprised all the time but thevwant tc the Government of the Ottoman Em-Â¬ care and favorable management This cisio Chronicle cant ran abont the streets 1 ke the tMvo was plunder irom ihe rout of sloop m the save and that another quit rght oil on me now Tvelooked pire They are moreover as a rrile in fact isthe whole secret of the suc Â¬ This and they have ho iadooeweatH aF Jiauary 17th After that defeat there f talk would be had in tho morning and youe looked and theres no tai honest hospitable and thoroughly cess of totter factories and it will be Francis Murphy thinks that marÂ¬ truant We mmlsh the eirl br a-- bo scarcity of arms or ammunition j Accord ngly the partys horses wore there and the next boy who ees tai true to the rules of their own code of well when t dairymen learn to follow riages are made in heaven c and disgiTutg tkmM is tuj ladiaa camp They had inoro ij cared for their blankets and saddles on my heel will see stars aloag with honor while their valor is almost iheir illustrious example Farm Stack solved in alcohol Chicago InterÂ¬ ing their pareats - IK-talking to orslvesproverbial Fortnightly Review were brought ix and tho six orsayea it Detroit res tk thy cmld use tfid Home Ocean THE SWEET OLD NAME htt Â¬ Â¬ et i1 af I hy-as-tye- es A wish-I-ha- di I Â¬ Â¬ - -- -- J- - Times-Democr- at -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pc-rmis- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ofithutcnwJ Â¬ Â¬ -- l hy-as-tve- es rJrj -- hy-as- -t e - hy-as-ty- ees - ailoahd out-of-do- or hy-as-ty- ees -- iir KHfiT 4wwvi 11 - twrn A jhjw Jv 35yt - -- I lrc ad mt pr dfefcf-Jkimcra- L- -- J V fc A tA Sv -- i - i ieb M f I rv 1 The support of thewhippinK post bill ELECTION ttEWS THE JOHN SHILLITO the county r helped to defeat Mr Hurt the democrat her educational interests every way con Lexington Aujr 3 he election Ic remiii- - for representative in Adair a WholesalekmJ JWaiIalcr is versant with and competent to fill the J passed off quietly in the city Mulligans office he seeks and if elected will per- majority m me city wm luui up jlvij Â¬ The Herald will sell vou gilt edged In the county Boswell independent re- note paper for 10 cents a quire Si 11 Hie sfesi war trassaiit mey ly form the duties of it faithfully publican has a majority of 301 At MLiiimj latter post office t5tWv recitred CiBciaHstL Money wear Athens precinct a terrible tragedy occur-Â¬ seat IT r draft jPX rer Buexs Kasel is announced as a red The difficulty occurred over a ne- Â¬ T M KASH KYI itaAu Is way wilt be at oar risk candidate for the office of surveyor of gro Yter Shots were exchanged and i-n ATTORNEY ATLAW Tmnvsn ant TrcT ASSORTMENT OF GENERAL MERCIIANot Eatened t tHe Haeel Greca Postofiiee as Wolfe county Burns is the only can- Â¬ in the fight John Veal was shot through rTci txt v a crrvnxr vuvTTTkV aviutf the pxnenence of inauv rears in our Hue tttratl-cl55 the back and killed and Charles Waller mail matter Hazel Green Ky a rni t rfinr JM ncernr to the trade- both Wholesale and Retail that we i didate for tlie office and if elected will through the head and killed Both are - JUOitUVU UU1UL us fill the position with honor to himself said lo have been sliQt by Bud Hart YVill practicein Wolfe and adjoining coun- docanf And will meet the wants of our patrons aud make it to your interest to patronize Race Seventh George Streets We have animmese stock of everything you want or need lucludimj Hri iiillivJiljJL circulation Skpeo and credit to the county and as every-Â¬ liart received a scalp wound ie is ties Collections will receive prompt filtun a tbenwil jrfe every w ek jmd itts tion with eack ifcsuc it Is therefore body Hkus him tlie majority will be apt now in jail Veal was an old Confeder- Â¬ O command and a QAMUEL McKEE ate soldier of Morgans THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM to vote for him even though he should brother of James Veal who so gallantly 4n Eastra KejttHclcy and tlie rates are euy attest lutf tkese dtargd by others have opposition which is not likely assisted in the fight with the escaped con- Â¬ ATTORNEY AT LAW rki4t a Iwwnl family ewnpapess do not His fiends all waut him to get there victs last summer No 441 W Jefferson Street any decree filjTT TJffR A TTl in To night Wade Hampton a negro and ttiey all think lie will win LOUISVILLE KY Leaf Tobacdo Live Stock and all kinds Country Produce was shot through the head at Yellmau DEALERS IN ISSuPractices in all the State Courts and town and killed Three dead men in one special attention given to business taken in exchange for Goods or in settlement of Notes aud Accounts Editok SPESGg COOPER STATE NEWS of all 1 DAY L Ti jS2TYour trade is respectfully solicited day is what Fayette count contributes kinds in the United States Courts Woodford For representative David Tlios F Rodgers will erect a hand HAZEL GREEN KY 1885 J C SWANGO E B MAY Thornton democrat 477 Cheek republi A PORTER LACEY some two 3torv brick business house in AlSrED2vESDATAiGUST 12 can 340 for State treasurer late demo- Â¬ Mt Sterling ATTORNEY AT LAW crat 402 Fox 40 for constitutional con- Â¬ Willis Stivers charged with the vention 5S6 NOTARY PUBLIC AND EXAMINER OF murder of Charles Waller at Athens in Warren Wm Meredith and W T CpTOiTY JUDGE DEPOSITIONS Fayette county has fled the country W- Cox democratic legislative candidates to announce G B v4fcre awitonzed 20th annual State convention of and State Treasurer Tate are undoubted- Â¬ The TIAZEL GREEN KY SWANGO a owdidatc for TC election as to the action of the the Kentucky Sunday schpol Union will ly elected by fair majorities A small CwVy Jdge eulyeot NIAYTOWN KY LYIvINS lie held in Mt Sterling Aug 18th 19th vote was polled here for the constitution- aUILLIN kuttoccatic iarty J M Quillin J C Lykins Keep constantly on hand everything kept in a first class cduntrj store Wc do al convention Tiv wi authorized to announce J C and 20th POLURU Attorneys ntLaiv nnd Ileal Estate Agents not secure trade by misrepreseution but by fair and honest dealing We carry B H DEAN KTE Stephen and William Holcomb sencandidate for the oifiee of SWANGO Wavne cQiintv elected a republican Campion Ky to action of tenced to the penitentiary for murder representative for the first time in 20 OvRtv J4ec of Wolfe subject Titles examined taxes paid for from Whiteshurg were taken to the pen years His name is John H Shearer tke democratic party Importers and Jobbery The Largest and Best Stock of Coods and sell for Collections a specialty Real Estate COUNTY CEEBK itentiary on the 3d inst V F Neats majority for senator in that Least Money of any House in Towns - IN bought and sold on commission Will pracSince Craig Tolliver was taken to district is 443 We arc authorized to announce DA Â¬ tice in Wolfe nnd adjoining counties a candidal for re election as Ohio on the charge of robbery his wife We have also connected with our business VID HOGG Estill county gave E N Wilson re CoHatv Clerk of Wolfe county subject to has entered suit for divorce on the ground publidan candidate for the legislature a TTJR R B GARDNER Democratic party aetibVof tlie I of failure to provide for his family A First Class Steam Flouring and Saw Mill 20 same dis- Â¬ CIECUIT CITRIC preacned at the majority of Bbut Lee in the majority llev Dr iuerrant Respectfully c and will guarantee satisfaction Wiseman 78 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON authorized to announce W F court house in Morehcad on Saturday trict gave H TO ELKINS a candidate for re election as Cir the 2nd morning and evening to good and the latter is elected HAZEL GREEN KY SWANGO MAY cstit Clerk of Wolfe county subject to ac audiences and in the afternoon organAt the primary election on the 3d in democratic party tioa of N W cor Pearl and Walnut Montgomery county Lewis Apperson Offers Iiib services to the people of Wolfe ized a Sunday school G B SWANGO W T SWANGO We Tire antlwrbed to announce A F was nominated for county judge bv 677 and adjoining counties Bcattyville Enterprise Davy Pow- Â¬ BYRD a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk ell killed a large black rattlesnakeon the majority T W Priest for county clerk G of Wolfe eoHBty bject to the action of the farm of Ins father John S Powell last by 538 majority J R P Tucker for cir-Â¬ TJR J M KASH democratic party week It was the first snake of the kind cuit clerk by 222 plurality J L Ellis ASSESSOR 9 CO MARKS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON been on that place in ton foi county Attorney by 49 majority known We are authorized to announce W G some 10to have Geo E Owings for sheriff by 395 plurali- Â¬ DEVIKBS IN or 12 years Tenders his professional Services to tlie W CRUEY a candidate for tlie office of ilcGrystal who accidentallj ty Pat Punch for jailer by 212 plurality izens of Wolfe nnd adjoining counties citi Jonh Assessor of Wolfe county subject to action Ofliice at residence on Rroadway shot and killed the colored man Wade Kavanaugh Tipton for assessor by 351 jg jdesjftcratic party ATTORNEY Hampton at Lexington on the 3d had plurality J B Disbong for coroner by COUNTY HAZEL GREEN KY JC HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY We are authorised to announce Couu- - his examining trial before Justice Roy Â¬ oil majority Courier Journal Election returns so TTVK RKKa eaadidate for tlie offiee of alty Tuesday and was held over for fur- Â¬ B TAULBEE M D AND inKKKP3 CONSTANTLY ON HAND A IXLL AF30RTEEXT OF tv Attorney ef Wolfe subject to action of ther trial belore the circuit court in 1 far received by the Courier Journal disclude 69 of the 100 representative 000 bail the democratic party HAZEL GREEN KY SUPERINTENDENT Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing SCKOOI For several months Laurel county tricts These reports elects 56 democrats Accoucheur N has been infested with cattle thieves and 13 republicans to the House Owing Physician Surgeon We are authorized to announce H Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware NORTON a tadidatefor School Superin- Farmers have from time to time been to democratic apathy their opponents Tenders his professional services to the peoHardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ tendent of Wolfe county subject to action losing their cattle and could find no trace have been victorious in a half dozen dis- ple of Wolfe and adjoining counties S- - AY coi PEARL AND TINE STREETS df the democratic party Office at residence Hazel Green Heights of them On the 1st Wm Johnson and tricts wliich properly belong to ilie dem- Â¬ ies Stoves and Farming Implements SUKYEYOS one Riley of that county were arrested ocrats The reports indicate the defeat In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOM PRICES W T CASKEY II F PIERATT CINCINNATI O We are authorized to announce H B in Pulaski county having in their pos- of Rollin Hurt in Adair Wm E Minor Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due us all kinds of KASH a candidate for Surveyor of Wolfe session two cows lately stolen from W in Breckinridge and Ellis Kelly in Gray- Â¬ Country Produce and Live Stock of every description ctranfy subject to action of the democratic H Jackson and another citizen near Lon- Â¬ son These counties gave Cleveland a CASKEY 3arty to exceed don They arc now in the London jail majorit of their votes Not Wholesale and Retail one half of the State has been heard awaitmsc trial WITH and but little will be known as to Sam Jones the Georgia revivalist from From the best Information we can obthe late 1ox race until the official cantain In regard to the killing at Salycrs lias consented to spend a few davs in vass has been completed Lexington if the christian people desire HAZEL GREEN KY vrille on election day the facts are about his services Several members of the Beattyville Enterprise The election as follows A dispute arose over the vote High Street Methodist church will make passed off quietly except a little fuss at ijrpoirrERs and JonnEcs op PROVISIONS OF ALL KINDS of a negro boy wbo had been working an effort to have him there for 10 days Old Landing between the Spicer aud commencing September 1st It is under- Â¬ Stamper factions the result of an old Canned Goods Coffee Suar Teas Syrup for Pboctos Arnett stood that all expenses such as freights Is nofr manufacturing Ten different styles of Plain and Fancy Wrought Tron Fencing- and Dry Enoch Stam- Â¬ Granville Spicer Patent Medicines Nails Axes Oils wanted Mm to vote for his etc must be paid by the committee It feudwere both hurt someandThe majority Arnett arc ready to take contracts for putting up same Persons wanting a strictly Wrought Wooden- - and Tinware In fact per Iron Fence and that the best in the world can buy no other We also make a style Third Race and brother Farish while others wanted will require seven cars to haul his tents for Wiseman democratic candidate for EVERY THING YOU NEED adapted to enclosing country burying grounds Our Fences are not only the most sub- Â¬ him to vote for Atkeson In the mean- Â¬ and seats here from Nashville which have representative is near 80 in the county UNI02T Stceet EfiQive us a call and be convinced that stantial hut the handsomest ever made and a yard enclosed by one of them is greatly AY m Gosney democrat is elected circuit you can buy more joods from us to the Dol enhanced in beauty and value Our Machine Department U supplied with the most mod- Â¬ time Jack Johns a mulatto accompan- Â¬ a seating capacity for 10000 people clerk by about So majority Tates ma- lar than at any other bouse in the moun ern machinery anil our workmen cannot be excelled in skill experience or honcnt per CINCINNATI O ied the other darkey to the polls and Resolutions of Respect jority over Fox will probably exceed 100 tains We also desire to buj- - a number of formance of their duties We REPAIR ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY and make a voted him for Atiieson after which he Hall of Ashland Lodge The constitutional convention carries by Fat Cattle and Sheep for which we will pay special v of HATS CAPS VES No 531 A F A M the highest market price tegaa to challenged with threats any a small vote Salyeesville Ky Ainr 5 1885 person who bad aught to say about the S same can other shop outside Whereas In the dispensation of a You can get 72 sheets of note paper for BUGGY WOUKS No 3Saw mill men will of Louisvillecall onsay thewrite for information us or do well to way be iad voted at the same time mysterious and All wise Providence it 25 cents or 24 sheets for 10 cents 25 envelThe Old Reliable Catalogues furnished on application to d hath pleased God to remove from us our opes for 10 cents or 75 for 25 cents at this drawing a revolver and walking MT STERLING KY office These are the finest goods made from the voting place about ten dearly beloved brother Proctor Arnett BT death feet pietol in band He then sat down byBesolvedtherefore In 3Icmorium 1st That in the death of Died at the residence of Wm Yocum in the street and opened fire in the direc- Â¬ our brother Proctor Arnett we feel that Corner Pearl and Vine Cincinnati would PjfcOCTOE Arnett whereupon we have lost one of our most useful and Aug 2nd his daughter Phcebe J Yocum here express their thanks for past favors tfr tion of Jennie aged 1G years G months and a few Keep oji hand BUCKBOARDS and de- Â¬ days all their old customers and still ask a con- Â¬ we deeply D-HAND Cxux Howard a relative of Arnetts honorable members whichloss is BUGGIES and Repair and irrepara plore and feel that our tinuance of their trade fire Her death was very sudden She was Paint all kinds of work DEALER IN ad Arnett returned the ble ingood health and seemed to be enjoy- Â¬ We always keep a good stock and Uncle About this time John and Henry 2nd That we will live in the fond hope ing life very well until 1 oclock Sunday Jim Fant with his good looks trill at sR Andeijson brothers appeared on the that when we are called to follow him she was taken with a violent chill which times Tie ready to wait upon you ground and took sides with the darkey from labor to refreshment we may meet threw her into spasms Two physicians Will receive Mr Shores special attwrtioj yjRATCTKlX-IlS- Then for about fifteen minutes the fight him in heaven where tlie fruits of his were immediately summoned but they Give us a call S1IO CONROY U1U5 work of love mercy and charity will be could do her no good She suffered terwas quite lively although there was no abundantly harvested NO 10 MAIN STREET MT STERLING KY ribly for 11 hours and passed away She SAVE YOUR MONEY AND BUY one hurt The negro and his men re 3rd That in his death his bereaved leaves a father and mother four sisters YOUR GOODS CHEAP In of retreated in the direction of the Adams widow has lost a lovmjr kintl and rood and four brothers behind She was callZFOTjivDirsr House and were met by some one with husband his little children a tender ed from an unbroken family and it was FliOM 168 Tine Street Cincinnati Okie CLOCKS FROM ONE 100 DOLLAR UP affectionate father and we ten- very hard for them to give her up she ALLISOfrT SMITH a supply of weapons They then re Â¬ kindtoand 2 00 One Day Clock strike der them our profound and most sin being the youngest She requested her The type on wbleh thU paper printed la frosa 3 75 the above foundry Kditox Hksjjuj Day Clock Eight turned to near where the shooting com cere condolence and earnestly commend friends not to weep for her She was 3 75 and Album Eight Day Clock jpenced and were met by Arnett and them to the care of Him who doeth all willing to die and is now in heaven be9 00 SOLID SILVER WATCHES things well DAYSBOROUGH KY B yond a doubt She joined the Christian 5Howard when the difficulty was re 4th That society and our community church some three years ago and was a 1 00 Silver Plated Spoons newed and Arnett threw the negro to has lost one of its most valued memHigh jED Particular attention paid to Repairing Call and sec mv goods member unto death She was TOE Jtie ground and took his pistol from him bersone of whom it may be justly said faithfulon her fathers farm a beautiful buried Rev John J Dickey Principal begins JOHN W JONES telling him to go which he did He reÂ¬ was kind just honest honorable benev- Â¬ and lovely site for a burial place and its sixth terra August 4th 18S5 Students any Instrumental and true turned however in a few minutes with olent faithful the virtues possessing in was followed to her last resting place by can enter atBoard lime very reasonable music rates at a high degree of a Mason a large concourse of relatives and friends is taught ESTABLISHED a gun and opened fire again Just as and was extraordinary strong and devo- Â¬ A LimtAliY of 500 volumes recently donated The burial services were conducted by by friends and the principals private libraWHOLESALE ithe negro fired Arnett was going in the ted in his attachments and friendship Revs D G Combs of Ezel and Isaac ry free to students The schools past redirectaofi of the clerks office when 5th That these resolutions be spread Murphy of this creek It was very hard cord is its best assurance for the future Dry at large on the records of our Lodge a for us to give up our beloved sister but John Anderson took deliberate aim at copy be furnished the widow of our de- there is one consolation and that is wc Ladies Will Find at Miss M S Koyts OE MT Mm and shot him through the bowels ceased 725 731 and 733 John A-- Carter J brother and a copy be furnished can meet her in heaven where parting A fine black kid glove at LG5 Lighton James h Carte r I from the effects of which he died the fol the following newspapers with the re- Â¬ Total Assets of Agency will be no more In her death the kids 125 4 button Silk iind Lisle thread 80 DAForline J MAIN STREET dpwing night at 1 oclock quest that they be published viz youth of the community in which she gloves in black vrind colors Ruchings in 1SS5 Royal of Liverpool 31000000 00 1S61 London and Lancashire Jo C Bethel The Hazel Green Herald Lick lived has lost a lovely companion her crepe Jeiss and muslm muslin at zo cents a 1836 Liverpool and London of Liverpool a Lee Patrick was accidentally shot 92GO000 00 J G Carter Jr J LOUISVILLE KY ing Valley Scorcher Sentinel Democrat family almost the idol of their hearts nox Intants muslin bonnets oU cents up and Globe of England 30875000 00 1810 Hartford of Hartford 4541240 00 threagh the head and it is feared the Mt Sterling Gazette 1849 Springfield ot Sprincfierd 2585633 00 B GREEN Kentucky Demo- Â¬ and the church a devoted member but Corsets in great variety Plated Jewelry in 1800 North British Mercanwound ia a mortal one 33301000 00 18 Firemens Fund of Calitile of England pins and eardrops in setx from 1 up Itce crat and Three Forks Enterprise vrnr while this is the case heaven has gained pins Mourning Jewelry in sets from 5 cts 1794 Ins Co of North America fornia 1473026 00 The 4arkey fled to Prestonsburg and TYHITE D M Hager Ashland Lodge No 531 one of its brightest jewels Her family up GREEN HTJFFAKEB 971C9fi 33 1S69 Northwestern National Collar buttons 30 to 50 ctS in gold and of Philadelphia 1154S89 00 Wholesale Dealers ia W PTaulbee surreBdered to the authorities there wish to tender their sincere thanks to silver Silver Rhine stone combs- 375 to 1710 Sun Fire Officejof London 5SG3000 00 1750 Niagara of New York 1874035 00 W A Brown Highland 311 the many friends who visited them and 800 Hair ornaments in gold silver shell 1782 PhenLx of London 5383916 46 1S65 Boatmans PittsiLnrg rTbe Andersons were arrested and 411499 00 381 offered words of comfort in their hour of and jet Gold necklaces 3 to 5 each Jno G Trimble Paintsvillc 1 015 West Main Street L A hite Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well known jthe three were removed to Catlettsburg Green Coral bracdeKSrisper pr Indies hand Comniittee JB WH pj trouble jforsafejeeeping satchels iNrp All kinds of hair work corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental companies being dear at any price J A Hunaker LOUISVILLE KY Board of Equalization Tdone to order Braids made from combings The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as they Mt Sterliug Gjrsetp The Herald will sell you lejral can at 50 cts per ounce We sell braids made would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds in trust Look to quality as the nfChe remains of Gen TJ S Grant Valuable The State board ofjalization has foolscap or letter paper for lo cents a from longcjnMiair at 3 to 10 gray 5 to paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully far Sale A HOFFifAN Â¬ quire Bv mail promptlv attended to 10 were lajd lo rest in Biverside Park New finished its work and the members reOrders I oSer for ado tk frw knewn Office At Traders and Deposit Bank Upper LEXIJJGTOjr KY Cor Church In Montgomery the as Â¬ lie SSTork oa Saturday last his family hav- Â¬ turned home Holderby jlacc sessed value of personal tvr was increased ing designated that as the most desirable 2 per cent in Breathitt 13 per cent was Highest Honor Containing Hazel Green School B F McCoumick Acre J M Cox lying spot AThe faneral procession was the deducted in Clarkper cent was add miles bJsr ffcwel Worlds Exposition The Trustees of this institution have Green on the state rw largest ever seen in America and notic ed in Elliott was deducted s This ferm hm w TTj iAr MODEL PLANING MILL FROZEN CREEK the services of Prof N B it abie4n the ranks and as pall bearers were Estill 12 per cent was deducted Magof-Â¬ again securedthe third HAYS term will commence deducted Menifee 29 per cent AUGUSTand 12 Breathitt County - Kentucky A Cood 2 Story Frame Dweki 31st 1S85 and continue ten 10 jsany ktuagnifihed ex Coafedsrate sol- - fin was added Morgan 7 per cent deducted months containing 5 rooms besides kitchen and dinÂ¬ HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED Ulers ihm deaaoastraiiBg that there is Powell 16 percent deducted and Wolfe ing room There is a good well of tine wa- Â¬ Hazel Green is the most desirable loca- EDOCllON EWW RSMITH of the the finest line in both quality and variety of COMMERCIAL COLLEGE ter and fine springs which yield an abun Â¬ im artmowty existing between the sold- Â¬ 23 per cent deducted tion in the mountains of Eastern Kcntuckv Manufacturers of and Dealers in dance of pure irfock vter an orchard of Kentucky University Lexington Ky On the assessd value on land we give and noted for the advantages it has in iers and that had affairs been left to day during begin 60 bearing apple trees of assorted churches temperance societv ri aiudsnta canTime taany wettthe Fall Dlpka thn year SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS Rough and Dressed the same counties Breathitt 31 added Bmniui eooiiltte a vacation Lumber Doors and summer fruit young and thriftv winter thenij there woald never have been any Glark 20 deducted Elliott 22 and health about 10 vsekx AvcrsgO total cost including Tnl Courts god deducted liini Set or Book u4 Board in a fiiailr 80 Telegraphy barn and out buildings about 1K acres of This school presents advantages which JPUonojrraphy nd Type Writing tpecialtiw titerarr ever brought to the mountains and will sell sectional bitterness We hope this last Estill 5 added Magoffin 3G added Mi bottom land in good state of cultivation 60 SASH BLINDS are not equalled in them cheaper than the same class of goods received Over 6000 8uccesaU State in many par- Course tree Ladiespapili year from IS 45 rar of 500 iict of the mingagf the Mae and the ifee 11 deducted Morgan 7 deducted ticulars aud its futurethe destined to work a Graduates Over Initructioo lastpractical v andtoIndividually can be had elsewhere in Eastern Kentucky acres of which is now in corn 60 acres of is from 22 mtn U imparted by 10 teachers Special ccurcc for Teacbcro fad haf ASD AIX KJMS OF BUILDCG MATERIAL improved table land and the remaining 2G3 gray mil forejferwjpe out thp stain of Montgomery 4 deducted Powell 2 de- Â¬ good to our conntrv which will be felt Money Saved is Money Made to its graduate acres timbered of which 163 acres is cover Â¬ Terms reasonabfe for both tuition and uen Men University Diploma presented and society and and Wolfe 20 deducted f his beautiful city is noted for iu bcalthfulness sectionalism and that dur ducted ed with very finest oak and poplar 901I Therefore be wise and place your money board For crnis c apply to an leading nllroair ii MT STERLING KY Tbe Text Book which rcceiTed the highest award at the where the most good AVE rich and productive and underlaid with thc war will hereafter keep their mouths Prof N B HAYS Principal Buy your lead pencils pen holders Kxtcasive Worlds Exposition for itEducation Practical and Com AVTLL it will do vou MORE GOODS FOR SELL YOU system or Bcslntai is used only t this iirhMie ts Fine Bituminous Coat prevent any further social and ink at The Herald office and save shui and College It the theapetl ColUe with tbe blghett endorse OND DOLLAR than anybody AVe mean Bent tsd fitarantees success in business to its deterring grada money Price4500 J cashr and remainder in strife all we say and if you are at alldoubtful call ales For circulars and full particulars address Iu President one and two years Possession given at WHBUE S SMITH Lexington Ky at our new store and satisfy yourself that we DEALER IX IX THE OLD RELIABE onee on reasonable terms Persona desirintr The Oakley Trial Mr A IT- - Byhd this week announces have what you want all you neeu and will to purchase can call on H C Uerndoa or Mt Sterling Gazette and stars for it not ask the earthraoon PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY W O Muscat Hazel Green or the- nnder himself a candidate for the office of cir-Â¬ Our store is a bran new one located at The examining trial of Perry Oakley enzneu at asanion roweii county-- Ky cuit court clerk Floyd is well known charged with the triple killing at Step tlie mouth of Frozen creek immediately on OF HARTFORD CONST May27JS85 I Wr MAPEL MOUNT STERLING ICY the banks of the Kentucky river and the jby all our readers as an elegant scrilie a stone consumed four days last week and is bran spankin new also constock in it jllejifiut and scholarly gentleman If is still in progress On account of the sisting in part of COACHERS AND ROADSTERS A SPE GrEO E TUCK HAZEL GREEN KY WITH elected to the position be seeks he Trill election Monday court adjourned until CLALTY 3Horse Shoeing a Specialty Buggies Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Tuesday morning Charlie Harper and NOT CHEAP INSURANCE B100S G8USSHTH TACHAU keep everything in apple pie order and Mr Hickerson who were charged with wagons and all kinds of Farm Tools made C9 ashing Cincinnati 4nonecan leave to visithorses Boots Shoes Hardware perform the duties of the office faith Â¬ complicity in the killing were released Time Tried and Fire Tested and repaired in the best manner c or Louisville their with ManHfictursrs Jsites if GfaMig THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST me and rest assured that they will receive fully sni eSSciently He is a sober in Â¬ Monday morning the court deciding that No store in this section would be complete every attention be -642 and m MaLi St LOUISVILLE KY T watered 2000000 without having everything for the accom- Â¬ and bedded Soliciting your fed groomed dustrious young man and will always be the evidence in the Oakley case fulty es-Â¬ Cash Capital custom I re- Â¬ C HERNDON Agent tablished their innocence H 3IAZEL GREEN KY TSandToW oostgrSfc NEW YOMC modation of the people hence we carry main Yours truly found affable and accommodating JOHN KEEF Later Oalcley and his son Granville Hazel Green Ky s s combs Staple and Fancy Groceries were discharged YAcaae 9 Mr H 3T-- Houton U tins week an in such abundance and variety including Co A D Crouch of Nicholas county 3Makcsand repairs all kinds of Fanning HAZELRIGG COMBS VAUGH3C flour meal bacon salt coffcej sugar fcc ROtiBffcd as a candidate for supcrintend passed through the city yesterdav on his way pATTERSON Tools Buggies and Wagons Wholesale Dealers in to Breathitt county to buy cattle At least atten- Â¬ that we can sell them very cheap or will ex- Â¬ Horse Shoeing will receive especial DEALEKS EC eat of public schools of Wolfe county that is what he iold us but we are of the change with you for country produce tion Dry Goods Notions and Fancy Goods Hebeldthe position for two years end opinion that a certain blooming mountain ATTORNEYS AT LAW Those Owing Us Must Pay Us 715 and 717 West 3Iain Street Writidg Paper Envelopes Ink and well have no monkeying about the October 18S2 and made a first class lassie is the principal attraction Mt Ster- lag AND LIVE STOCK OF AtL KDfB BUY Lead Pencils c at Tim matter Respectfully fcc ling Gazette He was talking cattle here Between 7th and Sth LOUISVILLE KY Cor Main and Marion Streets pScer He Iiteesascbool4eacher in tut all the while he suioie a calico smile MT STERLING KY Hebald office aud save money June 1 188 5 DAY BROS Represented by J Xt SMOCS QAMPTON T iuMw THE HERALD i Yur IUks is Atace -- - ftflMJ i fc- rn M V Â¬ itelftaiIKllKl B liK 31 la F- - DAY wm iiTll if imijh -- IDRY GODS HAZEL GEEENf 47V - CARPETING Cincinnati m Â¬ lsjj DRY GOODS PiOTIOaiS CLOTHING Boots Shoes Hats Caps Drugs Groceries Queensware Hardware Saddlery Cutlery LYTLE COi Â¬ -- SWANGO Dealers in General Merchandise MAY 96 Pearl St Â¬ CINCINNATI 0 Â¬ Â¬ non-residen- ts the Â¬ v ueensware Glassware c Â¬ SWANGO BRO Cincinnati LEON GENERAL MERCHANDISE Clothin cd Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ CLOTH HOUSE JP ROGESS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- -- I I PIERATT I -- 3 Â¬ Â¬ S I OG E I Bi S I THE MT STERLING Flour Sacon Lard Salt Louis Stix 3o - Goods and Notions Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Curjiming and Hammering Saws -- Â¬ NEW W SL0 Dickinson Co -- back--war- BEAN Snpt Mt Sterling Ky Oonroy Shore HAT HOUSE SECON- JOH sign painting WatcbBs Jew ftjl Â¬ M Â¬ Largest Stock Clocks Eastern Kentucky Â¬ XYH E E ROBERTS AM PiiCKELL5 Â¬ Â¬ Jackson School m 1845 Carter Bros Go Â¬ Â¬ The Leading Insurance Agency STERLING KY Sl438487SO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Coods and Notions I EL -- - Boots and Shoes Fan -- iccHt Â¬ Jigh DAY BROTHERS 423 Â¬ Mccormick cox Sunday-- schools Â¬ X stay-at-hom- es Insure Your Property JOHN KEEF -- FRANK TYLER FINE HORSES f - WMch deals in Reliable Indemnity BLACKSMITH J PIERATT Â¬ BLACKSMIT Davis Mailory j Cenera Merchand rt - JL - -- i jt-- - T ilii i wjlju svy iTHf ways n Ajvaaee Twi0iK- - ztfz vraogjA -- aiwje-Jcar - -- i TOE HESA1B wrrcspondtintih every iWewastacounties iwedwct in of Wolfe Hor yas Brcaikitt Menifee Lnsoilia Pw ett juimxx iisuii erry and Herd In icl at every point in the mountains Write for terms to agents c - f ieaibfed at the residence 6 TR F CechVSat Tirdav Aujgot 1st and partook of a bounli- - Reported hy Special Correspondent from 3 jvii zruuiui iu nie nonnuiiuK Life juj uoicious uianer tiieu started for the AfTiictecfc Chimney cave on Thomas Z Cecils Inifil WOLFE COUNTY wheie they enioved an cm oration i Thrw r r i to the second room jfe scared and mif weht SwancSo Spring August 10 turned back The pariv was gotten up bv These springs are loeaW The bath room at the Springs is com- Â¬ of a aukiMTroia the bestifel JIaael We would like for Hawkeye White plete and visitors can have hot batlis at any urcciu Th water contaias a Ismr er TIME TABLE Â¬ centagc ot iron than any otherwaerWwv Standard time 22 inmates slower tlmn Mt Oak correspondent to send hh a boon AVe time The following lines have been writ would much rather have had a Roone in ten in the bath house hence it is the most valaabfew lh ewe of Sterling lime When you get Mar but will disease used internally or exienwdly Q 1 leaves ML Skirling at 7 a m arriving we get it at all have to take it in August if Hub rub rub into the tub Among the many diseases whieiikk at Rcihwell at 40 a in heir to and f6r which thi3 wonderful watec Our new leadhers have been elected to If the water is too hot o 2 leaves Rothwell arrives at icachthe coming Cool it off and forget me not is known to be a positive asd henwweat Mt Sterling at lh50 a in session viz Harve Raile3 cure- are the following Mr and Mrs Daved Banta with two o s mu sterling at 110 pm nr-- principal Miss Lavie Higgjubothaiu assist Â¬ jcavi ant and Miss Carrie Spotty music teacher cliildren and A Dadley Crouch till of CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SKDT xjyes p iiotn wen at 30 p m has returned from Bristol Nicholas county arrived last week Mr 2s o 4 leaves Rothwell at 345 p m J DISEASES SCEOFUlX GA- arrives Tenn CtoHurt his home to remain for a short time Crouch has heed almost cured by Swango TARKBT RHEUMATKM at ML SlcrTintr at 330 1 m water of his disease laziness jxo coiinectfttu Sterling with 1105 a He had many welcome greetings NEURALGIA NEar Mr Payne informs us that he has dis type God bless the dear Hiuaid and its ib and L57 p m trains on C O railway V0USNES8 C near here some beautiful wild for Lexington Cincinnati awl Louisville editor itev Henry Hager and family of Lou- Â¬ Garret covesed and several new varieties of ferns TYe append a few of the hasdrsd Uower tes- Â¬ o 3 connect at Mt Sterling with 1103 a-isa are visiting relatives and friends in timonials which have been tenderedof to as Personal Pnrnsmphs Mr Jacoby is now the biggest cater at West Liberty m train on G O from the East and 130 Uuckleiikuky Fisn the efficacy- of this water in disease Q C Daniel of Ezel was in town on the Springs A broad smile covers his face to train from Louisville rind Cincinnati One lady writes I am so thanful t the Upper Grassy August 8 when he henrs the second bell J tfontgoniery count v court day special last Monday Great Giver of all Blessings that I trieti Our precinct gave a very good vote leaves Rothwell on the 3rd Monday in each A party consisting of three ladies and Miss Ellen Combs of Hazard is visitin Swango Springs Freely do I giveali tke There was no two gentlemen from Bourbon county took t the calling of a convention month it 730 a-- m arriving at ML Sterling friends in town time and mosey spent there for the conse- Â¬ intoxicating drinks brought out and at 3 a m Returning leaves Mt Sterling at C C Williams of Cainpton was in dinner at the Springs last Friday and strength I now enjoy quently things moved on peaeeably 3 p hi arriving at Rothwell nt 430 p m town Sunny last Eev W B llagan pastor of the M A gentleman of niinoFsaavsz thiak Mm W M Haney H P Lacy Miss Susan Leaves Rothwell for Mt Sterling at 5 p m iCash of Campton was in town E church at West Liberty and James Cecil A Goodwin water of Swango Spriegs ditf meIworex Squire C F Testerman will attend and GEO B HARPER Supt of Grassy arrived to daj than all the nostrums I fcarc ever lneL several days last week Mr ilenklc is no better that is lie does the teachers institute at Ezel will certainly be withy ob again nrrt mi nwr I Green H Strother of Ezel are visit-Â¬ The threshing machine has visited our ItKFEREXCES B T Smith not bet on horse races and elections G TSbte ing friends at this place neighborhood and threshed our wheat The HAZEL GREEN KY P L Beese Mt Sterling Kx4 J X Hmkie August 8 P S S Combs and family of Campton Gillmore crop is very light AfEDXESDAY AUGUST 12 1885 were Mrs F M Hinkle Wm Ciirke Ha Lfefc visiting in town Sundav We understand that candidates are Com in this section baa been greatly m Ky SUNSillXK airs v jo j nomas wnonas been vis getting verj numerous for the different offi Â¬ damaged by storms A 1rse hoU no beiwcbwlt which advertisements inserted iting in Ezul rctuned home Sunday ces in this couutv and men who do not wish JTransient will aitord ample accommodation to visitors at 75 cents per inch first insertion and 25 James J Caunoy of Spencer Station to be disturbed had better hide until Sept POWELL COUNTY For further information In resraj d t Ixumi cents an inch each subsequent insertion 12th and then come out and vote for the one was a guest of the l5ay House last week Ac address TTAItmsrw SWANGO GB be their Dr J H linker and George Oliver of of Calvinchoice Wc would the glad ifwould Or this office Stanton August 4 aazci ureen Jy Swango one or other Flnt Woods this county were in town on or There is nothing doing at Clay City in come off lastThursdajLOCAL MEWS the way of railroading only Mr Holmes and family of New York lumber This company has onshipping of David Hogg of Campton was in town o- hand about Gibbs passed by sScveral communications nre leftover several days last week making himdclf gen Â¬ accompanied 7th James JI for Breathitt to 4000000 feet of good white pine poplar HAZEL GISEEX KY en route here on the erally agreeable Â¬ black beeanw thev arrived too late visit relatives We understand that he has and shipped walnut lumber which is aow be Â¬ Stands at the head of Low Prices with evL V 3fapel and familv of Stanton They now have several thouing ery tiling you wast In Two sweet singing canaries in cages for are visiting friends and relatives in Hazel been absent many years preach a funeral sand sawlogs in Red River and if we could Bro Wm Davis will Green and vieiuiiv only have a tide business would again en- Â¬ sale Apply at this office GOODS liev L F Itcynolds and daughter at this place the 5th Sunday in this month 3 liven at Red River mills commencing Saturday evening before at Bny your groceries from Cnalccy Minty of Plum Lick Bourbon county are oclock There has been filed in the county Boots Shoes Hats Clothing Pieratt Jtoek Jpttom prices for cash guests of the flay Hoiiae clerks office here two mechanics liens on a We have GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGS Missraggic Oliflbrd was visiting friends and corn is had fine rains forThefew daysa the Kentucky Union railroad one for erect- Â¬ storm looking better Lee Sminh a farmer living near 2Iize in Hazel Green Saturday and Sunday and ing the bridge across Red River and trutle FLOUK BACOX few days since however did some damage at Lulbcgrud Creek for about 2000 and c ia Morgan county is down with the fever went to Ezel to attend the institute to crops Uncle Remus The money is vhafcI want and I will iy the other by Capt Munday for grading on W F Elkins of Campton was G MORGAN COUNTY Harry Oldfield living in the neighbor town on Wednesday last looking to in ourÂ¬ MOltE GOODS FOR A BOLLAIt IN CASH said road for about 2000 heodof ilize Morgan county has the fever terest iu the circuit clerkship race his inthan any other house in town Mr J D Atkinson is the happiest Maytovs August 7 Country produce taken in exchange for man in town He can now be called pap Beattyville Moses Gur Steele colored is reported by Whisman and Enterprise Uncle Woife goods p McGUlltE The last issue of your paper had not and if you pass in 100 yards of his door y6u Steve Campbell of Dr J 1 Tnlbee as dangerously sick with paid us a verv pleasant visit Friday come to light saying that The recent can hear the pat of his foot and the old fa Â¬ y bunting your Wm Hollon Mrs Fannie Hollon troubles between Oulbcrtsons and Sextons miliar song daddys gone a hunting c had subsided in a measure until another vFor ash we will sell you choice 4 Mrs Lizzie Allison and John W Dcjarnett William M Combs who was stabbed trouble more serious than any of the others of Pari are guests of the Picaatt House and Scents per pound Caskey had happened The facts are about these by Robert Hardwick here recently is im- Â¬ Pieratt Robt Parton representing the firm of Last Tuesday evening John W Culbertson proving slowly This affair has incensed a Snyder Harris Rassett Co mamufae Taylor Johnson bought of David Wil Â¬ turers of clothing Philadelphia was in town and his brother James Culbertson went to great many of the citizens of this county IN ATAYTOWN KY a field they had in corn that they had rent- Â¬ Hardwick is still in the Lexington jail son last Saturday a yoke of oxen weighing Sunday The house is a boxed frame two story B Sexton putting 2217 pounds Our high and contains six roams with kiti hn W P Staggs T Hermann and J C ed of thatFhad blownand werethe storm up terday election passedasoff quietly on yes- Â¬Â¬ to off by rails rni to change the conThe question x ere is a mm acre of round atmoT Montgomery county keep stock out of the field when Preston The seise of Samper of Stamper Barhitc of SidevicwDay House stitution was lost by a great majority in this which is set in Mere guests of the afewdoys Sexton observed the boys and with revolver county The republicans here supported branch is jcuiie sick Dr Stamper of Camp last week in hand went to them and Gred upon John u is attending her Fox tf A Variety of Fruit Tress Frank Holmes and family for some- Â¬ W Culbertson the ball taking effect in his Fountain TProffitfor Suite treasurer Cox of and Ira G time past the gucit of J Tavlor flay left on thigh and making only a flesh wound Hazel Green have quite Jasper A fciBrecns liniment removes tnote and a reputation in this A of excellent water in allefilargeuiciits on horses brother stoek Friday to vist relatives and friends on Fro- Whereupon the Culbertson boys opened on section as school teachers but I am inclined the yam lhis property will be sold very zen Creek Sextcn who fired his farewell shot and fled to believe they are now both candidates for Sold Jiv J T fc F Dav imiv reasonable Apply to Prof 2J B Hays and wife returned to ne was arreted by Marshal flay and awaits matrimony J P LOCKILUIT files Jjvitle who is leaching seliool Hazel Green on last Saturday evening The his examining trial Both parties were iu The fever is again raging in this coun- Â¬ Or tins office Maytown Ky professor is conducting the teachers insti- Â¬ town yesterday armed to the teeth Cul near Jibe in Morgan county was tnkcn sick IF k ty deaths the bertsons wound is not dangerous though last There has been two sheriff here inMis last ThHrsday and it is feared that he has tute at Ezel this week week Alvin Hon and FJ- Frank Stafford with the house of very painful When will these things stop Hnnimous daughter of Silas Kammons of tkefever Co manufacturers and From present indications the end is uot yet Adolph Meyer jjiBreeas Uiimeat is pronounced by all jobbers of boots and shoes Cincinnati stop- Â¬ se- Â¬ The stage line is doing a first class bus- Â¬ this place MAYTOWX KY been exceedingly The wenthcr wKelkave Kwditto be 4hc greatest remedy ped over Sunday in Hazel Green iness and meeting the expectation of its warm We have has no had rain in this place Takes the lead in Low Prices with everyÂ¬ for rheumatism sprains cuts bruises etc most sanguine friends There is scarcely a since the th of July until to day except an Sold thing you need in the wav of To the Sunday school Workers of Breath Â¬ trip made that there is not passengers Tom JeaETT itt County M Cannoy one of our bovs the very soul occasional slight sprinkle GROCERIES The Jackson high school had the largest You arc cordially invited to meet at of honor is driving one ot the hacks For- Â¬ DRY GOODS HOTIOHS pcitingon the 4th inst that it has ever had the court house in Jackson Saturday Aug- Â¬ tunate are the passengers that fall into his BREATHITT COUNTY HMViH BOOTS SHOES HATS CLOTHING SJiiiN Its prospects were never before so bright ust loth at 10 oclock to hold a convention hands especially if they be of the feminine fepaa increase of patronage or institute to advance the Sundar school gender Thos P Colllnsworth and H I Frozen Creek Aug 10 Hardware Drns Flour Eacon c c- Spradling the owners of this line arc court- Â¬ in our The election at this place passed off IBrcens Liniment is certainly the best cause methods county We will discuss the eous and passengers may expect first class of conducting Sunday schools best 55 Money is what I want and I will give very quietly 1 rozen precinct has about cewliiuaiioii of Temedies for corns ncural for the especial benefit of those who are mak Â¬ accommodations MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH only of which at jria jjains in the back and side etc ever ing such lieroic efforts to maintain Sunday Recently we noticed through The Her Â¬ 2d0voterselection9S as follows were polled50 the last For Tate produced Sold by J T F 3ay than any house in Maytown schools and are without cxperienc in the ald that Joe M Pieratt was building a large Fox 21 for representative Arnett 49 Wal- Â¬ grand work Wc have 20 schools in active and roomy barn Having completed his ker 22 Atkeson 5 for the convention 30 or Country - produce taken in prlinM HM John J Cox killed a soft shell turtle a operation in the county and thev are per-Â¬ barn he has gone to work removing his old J tii r guous A CUlLDUaS few days rincc jnyt above Coxs mill which vaded by a deep interest We wish to or- Â¬ dwelling house preparatory to erecting a 40 in favor of it So it did not carry in this measured 19 inches in length 14 inches ganize a county Sunday school association to new one He has most of the lumber on the precinct It seems to me that when people across the back and weighed 14 pounds meet in different parts of the county to yard and it is only a question of time when vote against their own interest there must be something wrong awaken interest and better qualify the teach- Â¬ he will have a first class dwelling house Look here Bro Cooper you had better Mrs 3Iary Ulckell teacher of the pub ers and officers for their duty The people May Does printers ink pay Ask be careful how you talk about Bart Tylers lie school at this place this week sent us a of Jackson invite you to their hospitable Swango R A Childers E J Rogers J P John C M Day says He has no MAYTOWN KY report of her school but too hile we ure homes for dinner Ample provisions will Lockhart and W T flay These man have saw mill that Chicaw hack besides the old part in C W ADAMS sorry to say for publication in this weeks be made for everybody who will come to at Â¬ advertised in the columns of The Herald J W ADAMS HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY- J B ADAMS GOD is doing a great Now Mr Editor show us another town in machinist dont want his saw made fun of issue tend the association Will repair Fannin- o Tnnl T urv is in ll work in our county through this arm of ser- Â¬ Eastern Kentucky where every business man However SitHays good fix to cut the lumber gons c jiaives plows hoes J AcoW fcatisfaca any thnojhe will call for John Green Stamper of Stamper branch vice and we need to take Rwcet counsel to- Â¬ in it has advertised tion guaranteed in all cases All who read The Herald over here csh beat the world raiing melons He gether Let there be a large number of our Mrs Dr Stamper of Campton spent brought to ouriutudtum csterday the fiuest active Sundav sehool people both teachers a few days last week with the families of say it is the best paperiu Eastern Kentucky T DAY Successors to JOHN G BAXTER imiskiacloa we have seen Green is clever and pupils The State association meets in Rev WL Stamper R P fleuuis and E B and all others are going to subscribe for it Mt Sterling August 18th and wc want to May Mrs Stamper has a host of friends in as soon as we get a postollice at this place iellow and dont you forget it Marshal and General Detective Obe Roberts has bought all the fruit WHOLESALE AND EETAIL MANUFACTURERS OF report to it Let there be a large attendance Maytown in this section to still The people had bet- Â¬ MAYTOWN KY Jay Dicjcky Jouk Mrs Cooper of Tire Herald was Walayland Fulks and Hattie Ingram ter feed their apples to their hogs or let Will attend to ferreting out criminal iii samiaoned to the bedside of her mother two of Wolfes facinating belles spent a few them rot The Election in Wolfe any part of the country and guarantees sai who was not expected to live last Wednes- Â¬ week with the George Roman days Jefferson Houndshcll will move his The following is the vote of Wolfe family last lsibction in every case where- - employed day and writes on the 7th inst that she is to this place Mr Houndshcll is a county at the August election on the 3d inst alive- - Her home is Lexington Â¬ shop Orders by mail promptly attended to jist C Daniel has made consideraOnly about half the votes in the county bleWalter improvement on his dwelling house good smith and will no doubt do well here worthy of note were cast We have had splendid rains and Parties knowing themselves indebted that in theand it is a fact TilE Hekaid is making it one of the nicest in town precincts where crops look better than two weeks since Wc to the Southern Methodist Publishing House most largely circulated the vote for the con- Â¬ Leslie Swetnam of West Liberty Hollow ware and Tinners Stock Nashville Jcnu and Mceks Xolaud edit- Â¬ vention was very ood I have for sale several spent last Sabbath in town the guest of E will have a good mast this year of line Bart Tyler better known over here as Otllce and Salesroom - - 736 W Main Street Bees which are hearty hivesthrifty Italia ors Central Methodist Catlcttebug Ky will B May and honav First district For State Treasurer Tate Hard please call on me and settle before the 9th 49 Fox 3 Representative Godsey no op- Â¬ makers Persons wishing to buy can call passed room Cider is building au additional J 1 Rogers of Cincinnati Ezel to his dwelling and see them or order by inalL All order of September AV-- L Stamper LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY through town yesterday en route to position 53 For Convention 45 Floyd Day of Hazel Green called in promptly attended to Duster Second district Tate 70 Fox 40 Godsey the other night in time for supper and left Wm K Murpliy of Monran and his IIS Convention 122 M G DUNAWAY CsfWe handle nothing but Charcoal Tinand guarantee everything not to leak Grassy Creek August 8 juat after breakfast three sons Miles Henry and Xelse joined Maytown Ky Tate 96 Fox 2S Godsey Third district Born On July 29th to the wife of the Christian church last Friday evcuing 113 Convention 121 Died At his residence on thi3 creek after the burial of Wayne also a brother G Wayne Murphy of fever After an ill- Â¬ Thos J Sewell a daughter N II TRIMBLE ROBT M TRIMBLE HOTELS Hcv J T Pieratt delivered the funeral ser Â¬ 25 Fourth district Tate 22 Fox 4 Godsey ness of some three weeks he quietly passed Thos J Sewell has gone to Booneyille Convention 2 mon aad baptized the penitents day of August- - Wayne was on business STUMP Fifth district Tate 32 Fox 3 Godsey 34 away on the 0th and a thrigty farmer and a nice young man Convention 12 3Iiles Nickell of Upper Grassy best of all as a faithful member of the MONTGOMERY COUNTY HAZEL GREEN KY Morgan tountv writes us jthut John Gose 66 Sixth districtCG Tate 50 Fox 14 Godsey Christian church He told his friends he Convention neighborhood while mowing the of that 3 Godsey was prepared to die and told them to meet X S GODSEY Aakons Run August 7 Freiriotr grass in bis yard one day last week laid the 2S Seventh district Tate 25 Fox He leaves a wife two small him in heaven Convention 24 The death of Willie K Murphy and scythe down to drive a colt out and not 21 Fox 4 Godpey children and a host of friends and relatives M B Patronage is respectfully solicited from MeClnrc was very surprising to me al- Â¬ AND DEALERS IN thinking stepped back and struck the 21 Eighth district Tate to mourn his loss In his death the commu Â¬ Convention 19 everybody more especially the traveling foot cutting it nearly off his family a de- so to their many friends and relatives blade with his nity loses a good citizen public First class accnmiuotkitions and voted husband and father and the church a They were both promising young men and Religions Xotcg satisfaction guaranteed could they have lived would no doubt have Wayne 3urpby an account of G us to give member It Quite a number of new churches are true up but there is very hard forthought to made their mark in tl e world is one noble whose illness wc mentionsd last week died now being ercted or ncariug completion in him at his residence in Morgan county last this section Presbyterian church at Jack- Â¬ console us and that is we can meet him in The sale of Mr Jim Henry deceased Tliureday evening at 6 oclock He was a took place yesterday There were a great M E hcraven where parting will be no more HAZEL GREEN KY sober quiet industrious citizen highly re- Â¬ son Hazel Green and Frenchburg May I hope Sunshine has said all he is manv things sold including honsceold and church south Htchen furniure also a spected by alL He was a married man and town ChristianGoodwins Chapel and Frenchburg partnership going to about flicks making brandy of dry goods cupboard considerable amount ware farming uten- Â¬ leaves a wife and two children who have Presbyterian Christian and Uuited Baptist Brandy is a very good thing in its place and JOHN H PIERATT Peoppjetor the sympathy of this entire section in their Upper Grassy those who have apples should have them sils also a nice lot of cattle Stephens and mother bereavement Dick converted into anything they wish r2Thc table ia Eiipplicd with the betn Kev L H Heynolds of Plum Lick says the almighty dollar that he expects E Mrs Sarahof Lexington who have Mrs J Powell been the market and firit claxs accommodation to our new has been preaching here during the past toget for the brandy is what induces him to visiting friends in this vicinity have return- Â¬ We ask special attention will be furnished for una and beast Thete pencils while wek but closes to night There hive been still- - Ho wants to know what it is that his ed home v Matchless Icneils good congregations and the people have neighbors wont do for the money verv low in price are we claim equal inÂ¬ Thomas Freeman cut a stalk of corn MOEOAlSr qualiiv for all business purposes to anv pen- been much interested and instructed Huckleberry which measured 15 feet in length Who Your correspondent Quarterly meeting at Goodwins Chap- Â¬ in his last letter is a little off in regard to can tell of another to mutch cil in the market not excepting those of the it WEST LIBERTY KY liighcst cost They excel particularly in ab- Â¬ el commences at 11 o clock on Saturday be- Â¬ the railroad proposition He says the mag- Â¬ Thomas Johnson who has been visa Â¬ 4th Suuday in this month sence of grit and strength of lead Send fore the to a vote of the failed to at Lexington mm JAMES H COLE Proprietor Regular Baptist Association on Grassy istrates which was submit it I say the proposi- Â¬ ing friendsreturned home for the past few for price list Janscn McClurg Co Wa Â¬ wrong people days lias this week Dinner on the ground for all on tion was withdrawn before the court had a bash avc and Madison St Chicago tf S Priest who has been very low Patronage of the traveling public respect Â¬ Saturday hutjiotou Sunday chance to act upon it Table with fever for the past few weeks is slowly busi-Â¬ fully solicited market always supplied with We call special attention to our new Rev D G B Demareebegins quarter- Â¬ Stable attached- the I hope the many readers of Tiie Her-- improving thebestin These remarkable pens ly meeting here Friday night Matehless pens for the ald will excuse me my not writing for con- Â¬ The sick are somewhat better this combine the elasticity and freedom of a time has been past two weeks as week but there arc some two or three new Attention Uuycrs gold pen with the quickness of action of t sumed principally waiting on the sick I cases pens They are the best pens made Many of our subscribers will doubtless am very thankful to W L G for sending in steel 2JEAR POSTOFFICE Everything is burning up for wadt of and per- Â¬ visit Mt Sterling imxi Moudav as it is court a letter from bore in mv absence for all work where a smooth point LEXINGTON KSTUCK3 in ALy fect elasticity are required and will last as day at that place and some of them will Garkey you heard what On The ordinary steel pens make purchases while there lo all such lono- as two or three Road said in his last letter now I say we RATES reasonable MENIFEE COUNTY FIRST CLASS Send for samples and price list-- JansonMc we wish to speak a few words Go to Adam are at peace and it you are going to give us 1 c Cpurg Co Wabash Ave and Madison St Bauin or Trimble Bros for j our groceries anything we want it Let us hear from you SONS H E TjOSWELL Rothwell July 8 Wholesale and retail at this office Hanley Judy for your hardware John W at once Chicago PROrWEORS The members of the Christian church Jones for your jewelry watch or clock R of Wc are verv sorry we arc unable to T Rean for vour iron fence or machine re- Â¬ is Mifcs Willie S LaddMize West Liberty at ML Zion arc preparing to build a church on this creek house at Cornweil The teaching school near Willmot for your dry goods and publish Toots letter from Frenchburg pairs C material is all saw- Â¬ ASBTTHY so However we notions Albert Hoffman to Insure your prop- Â¬ 3Iiss Ladd is well qualified for the position ed and work will begin at once Our clev- Â¬ but it is impossible to do CAMPION KY will doubtless teach excerpt the following passage Our teach erty McCormisk fc Cox for sash doors c uud Falcons lettar in a good school of er sheriff A J Ringo gave the lot to build the last issue on and went to irenchburg Saturday to A fullattend Conroy Shore for a buckboard or buggy ei institute has jest closed Atcx J Asfeary Proprietor asce of teachers present and ninch interest J T Breen fc Son for drugs or chemicals The Herald speaks volumes for the moun- Â¬ make the deed during and John Keef to board your horse if you tains of Eastern Kentucky On The Wing what on earth lias be manifested by them and the citizens The table ia supplied with the choicegt at this There was the entire session The teachers will com- Â¬ ride Any of these parties will treat you in election day no drinkingnot even place on coneofyou Come arouse yourself from viands in the market and the charxesyieF There was insti Â¬ first class style and yon can buy cheaper an angry that silent slumber and write us a letter ev- Â¬ pare favorablv with those of former reasonable Special inducements 10 c6aj ery week and the fruits of vour labors will Qt tutes and no doubt were greatly benefitted than anywhere else We protect our read- Â¬ word spoken merclal tourists on his J S Wheeler is building a handsome Â¬ be crowned in the sweet by and by by the lectures of Prof X B llays knowl- Â¬ ers by taking advertisement of only first class houses and if our subscribers will deal residence at this place which is nearly commethods of teaching and the useful Jack Ballard who killed encer near H Fifteen Professors and Instructors with the parties we mention they will find pleted edge he imparted H DSIPDL1M iered last Tues- S B Perry who has been very low day to Sheriff A J Ringo and wris ndfr Classical Manual them just as represented Paste this in your Agricultural and Mechanical Scientific Engineering with fever is we are proud to say improving the Owintrsville iaiL Z Haney liacher of District school hat for reference ar now prepared towamnfi eiure School Military Tactics and ComnisrciaJ Uoarsa ef Stiriy Several cases of lever in this neigobor G T Center sheriff of Wolfe passed Xacys Creek this connty writes Xo 2S Â¬ We call attention to the advertise- hood but at present all are improving COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF JUIT10N thiOugh here last Thursday en route to Mrachool begat July 27th Average at First Cbtss Fiowr For Catalogue and other information to this time about 50 I have ment of the Hazel Hreen high school which On The Wing Fall term begins Sept 9 til 1885 Frankfort with Lord Brittain for the peni- Â¬ tenflasce up jiwnears in this issue of The Herald This C 2AXTvISO Xe3cInrioS Kentucicy Address tentiary li mx kSyes in reading and spelling threo West Liberty August 8 wwu 31 the man- Â¬ One Eiehth Toll awJ irm classes in arithmetic of 21 pupils three school will open AugustHaysunder reputa- Â¬ The blackberry crop is the finest known ii - WW Seneca Swimm returned last Thursday whose CARDING at tkeir oM si agement of Prof 2s B classes ia geography about 22 pupils three rj Uclass teacher is too well known from a trip to Bath and Menifee counties for years W R Tabor has bought and H GILLIS raBiaiar classes nbout 20 pupils one - b tion as a firstEastern Kentucky to require and reports crops in some sections as look- Â¬ fcoldover 1000 gallons in the past two weeks pupils studying throughout - j1a eAvrrn tid Wiree Sam Tarbor has been employed as a viTir asBc anv comment from us The musical depart- Â¬ ing splendid while in other parts the Wui atr pliVMologv Though me sckooi ment will be conducted by Mrs Hays and drought is damaging the corn greatly for clerk for W R Tabor and fills the position rajfecienSy supplied with suitable text MeCORD AYDELOTT er 5T6r Sievers Carson Hardware utoVi centsCOX will rwi Tfce uld Â¬ Big in of Licking Riv- Â¬ very gracefully i HArfAcai irirr t3Ksn4 arc juusw4up ninniv we feel perfectly safe iii aying that all stu instance hasthe been Bend enough to lay the er G VT DOeKSUC yup Mrs Cooper of The Herald passed not rain Company dents in tliat department will receive the er there aad aaHesUng great interest in their study best possible training and if they do not dust in five weeks past There is Njgreat through here last Thursday t 3Comc oue eote imilipation to study it would he a 637 W 3Lux Street rfxao J fl our meal and wootcirrtysr R L Atclivain went to Maysville thi3 first class musicians it will not be deal of sickness in that country and flux ia become a diftcalt matter for fatal in most cases p r SPSJDIXG SQN LoxgfeLQW LOUISVILLE KY I week on business LOUISVILLE ICY her fault tbis time1 y at Quite a livelvcrod TaTcvrell County 1 1 czas CEDAn ElttFj August 7 irif A00SRESPOSDEKCE EASTERN- tji ti gS2kSesSeSt g js gi- - ja a v aSCaS-Praar-T- ifoiiiMiBa nk 83S25KKX5Kes33WTS3ra2 - in - - - - -- ii - r- - - vnnnwi KEr4TUCKY TNEWS BY COUNTIES- - - te -- tam Prof S J Salver principal of the school at this place will leave to morrow to attend the teachers institute at EzeL On Tnursday nisht August 14th he will deliver a lecture at the Masonic hall at that place on the subject Sir Walter Scott his life and writings We would advise all who possibly can to hear him as he will say something worth listening to Ed C Orear of this place has sold out his household end kitchen furniture stock c and will move to Xansas in about two weeks We are sosry to lose him as he is a good and useful citizen Miss Agnes Swimm whose illness we noted last week is much improved in health and will soon be quite well She is using Swango water and it is working like a charm Geo W Haney who attended the Hazel Green high school last winter will leavcold Kentucky next week and locate in Williamson county Texas John P Salver has the fever very bad In fact he is not expected to survive the at- Â¬ tack Its the Kansas fever iu its worst E WILLMOT C - c Vv Cash Dry Goods Store WHOLESALE AND RETAIL We are anxious to sell Our Goods and will make our prices right The Water of for Humanity ISON IS KING ikrec-qKarfc-- rs V - Orders filled promptly and carefully We have a big drive in a Box toe Boot at 350 extra good Come and see nie - c B WILLMOT rr Reese Building MT STERLING KY - OSBORNE owe is Reapers HA3LY ltkk The Best Most Durable and Lightest Hunning Machine on the Market Every Machine Fully Warranted Green Ky JUDY General Agents for Eastern Kentucky Mt Sterling Ky Orders solicited by T J STEVENSON Hazel -- F MeGUISE DEY M3TI0IS The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Hoots Herbs and Barks Except inseng Bye-o-bab- J T BREEN SON mut-tosat-- EOS SALE Druggists House and Lot Importers I Wholesale Main Street mm JT Â¬ 2erto Mt Sterling Ky tems ncver-failing-we- ll t bvJTFDav Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well lected Stock of A CHILBERS ullUuBiUliu A liilU lit Which he sells Wholesale and Eetail as Cheap as they can be bought in the State Give him a call and be convinced that yon can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else yon may go -- BLACKSMITH E J EOOEES ADAMS BROTHERS CO w STOVES GRATES MANTELS Pieced Pressed and Japanned Tinware For Sale Italian Begs -- J TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS BAT HOUSE Â¬ Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ey They carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling devote niy time ness I will sell my PIEEATT HQUSE HOUSE For S ale A Saw Mill to Wishing to niy other Lane Bodley Saw Mill Fixtures ASBXAND HOUSE - Consisting of a 25 Horse Power Engine and Boiler a No Circular Saw Edger Everything is in First class Orcjer and will be sold at a bargain on easy terms Parties wishing to buy areanvited to call and examine the property Cornweil Ky ALFREB OOMBS HOUSE TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY JAES J m m - fl- fMH p W H J CLAES x-- -- Wholesale Hatters ALL WOOL CASDIK0 ir4 1L 5f3- J1 41 r- tfetUa- - Tw SL I X2 Vi 5 - A -- TO HAZflfiBHH HAZET GREEN i HERALD n SKEXCOt COOPES Publi her KENTUCKY - it was reported that covering of the temple is of teak a during the last year over 13000 per- Â¬ native wood almost the only one tivation sons had signed their names in the which resists the white ant and every t Ja tlia neurit of cities and larsre visitors book tndian insect Cor AT Y Independent wbs Many farmers devote their at of the Uni Stratford-on-Avo- SPECIAL CROPS JLTew SctrtIoss Kelatlre t Their Cul Â¬ Catholic the second ot that faith who has been appo nted to that office since the Befonnation At the annual meeting of the trustees of Shakspeares birthplace at n wholo spacious temple Itself has ben patiently cut from firm rock Hon John 2aish the now Lord The only thing which is not of na Â¬ Chancellor of Ireland is a Itoman tive rock is a wooden covering or FOREIGN GOSSIP aU the toilers in ceiling Indian archseology and they seem to day to be no nearer a solution of the difficulty then when they began The entire immediate Ths has been the puzzle of r T t tention principally to the production of some part cular crop and if they select a crop that is adapted to the soil of tfeeir farm xsd it is one that they are interested in enough to induce them to become thoroughly acquainted if itb the bast methods of producipg jt there is but little doubt bnt they wll do better than if they follow mixed farming but if they attempt to produce a crop that is not adapted to their land or one that thev can not become interested in they will rery surely make a fa lure of it When a farmer decides to enter large Â¬ ly into the producton of any crop the iirst thlBg ior km to consider is what helcnows about it if he does rot know enough alxmt it to select the soil best adapted to it growth and does 1 ol take eaough interest in it to learn the best jbetbods of operation he had better continue to follow mixed farm Â¬ ing or select some crop that he is iamliiar with When a farmer does fully uderstad the wants of acrophe should not try to produce it on a sod that s net adapted to its growth thnklng he can makeup the deficiency of h land by liis superior knowledge because by so dong he is carrying a load that as a rule is unnecessary Our farms most of them have a variety of soils so that by properly assigning tfee different crops each one may be put on to land adapted to its growth but if a farmer should chance to have a farm composed of land that is all Knch crops as grow best on heavy land heavy soil he will confine himself to If nvlk or butter be h s money crop he will feed his cows principally on grass and hay and if he finds it necessary to grow any fodder crops for summer feed he will grow oats instead of Hun Â¬ garian If his farm should be of a light sandy soil and he w shed to produce in Ik he would depend largely on win Â¬ ter rye corn fodder and Hungarian to feed both summer and winter The farmcrs success depends largely on his ability to ass gn the diffe cnt crops to such port on of his farm as are best adapted to their growth he who can not do th s had better follow mixed farming because by so doing he will be likely to get some crops on the right sol but when he attempts to grow but one crop if he makes any m stake in the selectonof the soil or in his method of cultivation he will bo unable to grow his produce as cheap as those who fully understand the busi ness so he has to sell at no profit ii not a positive loss When a farmer decides to go into some special crop he mst remember that he has got to compete with exÂ¬ perts therefore unless he leels very ure that he also can become an expert he should not enter upon what must be an unequal race and in the end he will find that he has made a mistake in leaving mbcd farming Special crops as a rule require high cnlturu and the use of large quantities of tranurc or commercial fertil crs ths means a large outlay of time and money thus opening a chance for a failure that to the common farmer will he somewhat serious there wll occas onally be a year when a crop will fail and it only one crop be grown there is rothing to fall back on as there wdl be if several crops are grown for some one of them will jn all probability be good but with a thor Â¬ ough knowledge of how best to pro- Â¬ duce a crop the profits in good years will be suliicent to balancewhat is lost in a poor year The farmers who have been most successful are those who ha- - e confined themselves to a few crops that are to be put into the market for sale He who confines h mself to mixed farming wdl alwavs have some crop that w lido well so that he will have something to sell but what he sells must necessarily be in small lots which as a rule can not be dispojed of to so good advan Â¬ tage as if he had a large lot and had thoroughly learned the trade of pack Â¬ ing it for market the transportation to market is also as a rule much more exÂ¬ pensive than it would be if he had large quantities Whether or not it is best for a farmer to leave mixed farming for the production of special crops must depend somewhat on hs financial condition as well as upon his intelli- Â¬ gence for it requires more capital to produce special crops than for mixed fanning for he must not only have the means to carry his crop through the entire season but he must be able to bridge over a bad season when crops do not pay expenses thus he must be- Â¬ long to that class that can keep a sur-Â¬ plus of money until wanted without spending it for what he can do with- Â¬ out Unless he possesses theserequire ments he will find himself at the end of a bad season compelled to hire money to carry his next crop through borne farmers never can succeed With special crops because they can not keep the money obtained in good years to carry them through the unfavorable years As a rule it is best for a farmer to change from mixed farming to special crops very gradually thus making him Â¬ self fully acquanted with all of the wants of the crop before he gets into it to anv great extent he will then know whchr or not his land is adapted to it and M hcther it s a crop that is adapted to his taste The great mistake wh ch many make is by rushing into a spec al crop be- Â¬ cause some neighbor has chanced to make a very large poOt from it they have an idea that they can do the same thing but when too late they find that their land is not as well adapted to the crop as their neghbors or that there is some particular method of cultiva tion thatth r ne ghbor has discovered that has escaped their observation ether one of these will make the dif Â¬ ference between a profit and a loss JUassacJiusctls Ploughman -Â¬ -- Professor Arpad Bokai vers ty of Klausenburg has made the important discovery of an antidote for strychnine which is said to have been fully corroborated by a series of suc- Â¬ cessful tests on animals A recent traveler in a Corsican vil- Â¬ lage says he saw a troop of young girls carrying on their heads jars containing five or s x gallons of water Before them marched their male relatives bearins flaming torches to light the burden bearers on their way Mystery gold composition of platinum tin and copper whici stands ordinary acd tests and is said to weigh as much as pure gold is in favor in England for articles of jewelry and has been availed of by counterfeiters for the manufacture of sovereigns The Argentine Government is more successful than that of any other erican country in securingj im m gration from the Mediterranean countries It pays part of the passage money and a sgns each family immi Â¬ grating to the confederation farming lands to be paid for on instalments German students of photography are making considerabo progress to Â¬ ward the perfection of a process whereby negatives may be obtained in all the colors of the original Prof Vogel who has teen experimenting many years has succeeded in repro- Â¬ ducing blues yellows reds and greens A gondola voyage across the Adri- Â¬ atic from Venice to Trieste has been niade involuntarily by the Cointe de Bard nephew and heir of the late Cointe de Chambord While the Comte was boating on the Venetian lagoons w th an art st frend his gondola was suddenly blown out to sea and al- Â¬ though the little vessel was only in- Â¬ tended fo canal navigat on she crossed the gulf safely to Trieste The Count de V Prime Minis- Â¬ ter to the Kirig of Sardinia affected mvslerv so much in all his transactions both publ c and private that happen Â¬ ing to hurt both his legs very severely he employed a surgeon for each limb whde each was kept igno Â¬ rant that the other was employed The treatment therefore adopted by the med cal men and the nature of the drugs they administered being quite inconsistent the consequences proved fatal 10 the Minister Parts Morning Spanish-Am- LONDON FASHIONS Styles Said to Be Prevalent In British rashionable Circles Journal From a return published by the Berlin municipality of the population of the German capital it appears that Berlin had on December 1st 1880 the last census day of the German Empire 1128608 inhabitants including the mil tary By the end of 1881 the pop- Â¬ ulation had risen to 1156882 souls 18S2 to 1192073 1S83 to 1226392 1884 to 1263196 The garrison of Berlin was at the end of the latter year A fresh census of the German 20034 Empire will be taken on December 1st next THE CAVE TEMPLES OF KARLI An Illustration of the Lapse of the Ethnic Knit lis of India -- Professor EC Marshall says 5s French have more suspension brdsres than any nation on the clobe T1ct engineeis are putting up suspens 01 bridges everywhere and at least onn1f the structures approximates to the s of the Brooklyn hrdge So numerous are such bridges m Franeejthat it is im possible to secure an accurate lst of them on this side of the water Chi Â¬ Â¬ cago Journal Alarse busnr f is done infold hat between England and America and tire ficobars The savages there eonsder possess as afiluence it a mark of as possible toand a good auy old hats tall white hat with a broad black baud wll fetch fiom fifty five to sixty five coconuts Boston Budget -- The monks of Albania and other re- Â¬ gions between the Adriatic and the iFgean sea dug out many a cell in the early days and honeycombed vast reÂ¬ gions where they spent their lives and were laid away when the long monot- Â¬ ony was over The Karli cave temple is very differ-Â¬ ent in construction Jt is by far the o reach it you take finest m India the train from Bombay and go nearly a hundred miles eastward on the gen- Â¬ eral lne to Calcutta From Khandala to the Katli cave temple we had a rdo of five mles on horseback It was not long before we were compelled to leave the carriage road and take a path through the fields toward the range of mountains on our left and by the tme we were gelt ng accustomed to the pah we had to leave our horses and begin climbing in downright earnest Now a climb in India even to ee its finest temple cave is not a httle thing My wh te pith hat with turban of light cloth folded about it and then double umbrella of gray cloth white within seemed to help but little in keep ng oft the pressure of the heat on a late day of the Indian November When we reached the cool and shaded vestibule and threw our- Â¬ selves down on the first broken stones we saw and looked up into the face of the colossal stone goddess who sat on an elephant of stone we were glad enough to rest The temple walls and every part of their adorning sculpture are hewn out of the stone mountain Were there no statuary of pagan deities no remind- Â¬ ers of an early worship and were the country any other than India one would take this wonderful structure for a surerb cathedral Not many serious changes would need to be made in or- Â¬ der to convert it into an English min Â¬ ster The nave is 124 feet long forty five feet broad and forty six feet from floor to ceding There are aisles on either sde of the temple separated from the nave by octagonal pillars The capital of each pillar is crowned with two knccLnir elephants on whose backs are seated two figures repre- Â¬ senting the d vinitics to whom the tem- Â¬ ple is dedicated These are of beautful features as indeed are all the repre- Â¬ sentation of deities in the Karli Cave Temple There is nothing of that re- Â¬ pulsive sculpture which one sees at Puna and in othermodern Hindu pagodasI saw no figures which were in par human and in part beat ltke Each was true to its class from vesti- Â¬ bule back to altar The altar and the place where it stands keep up the re Â¬ semblance to a Christian Church Be Â¬ ll nd it there are seven pillars whch separate it from what in achurch would correspond with the choir There are altogether thirty eight columns in the temple The grandest is the large lion pillar in front which baa sixteen sides ands surmounted with f mr lions All this great reces has been cut from the solid rock which seems to be nothing softer than porphyry itself The statuary is massive relief and con- Â¬ sists of figures also cleft from the rock like Thorwaldsens lion in Lucerne The great pillars arc chartely propor- Â¬ tioned columns both base and capital proving that they have not been intro Â¬ duced but 1 ke all other portions of the temple have been cut from the solid mass of which the whole mountain con Â¬ There is an outward porch or sists vestibule fiftv tw o feet wide and fifteen deep and on the heavy molding above of woman thr are figuresAll a mantooa like the this dvraxf j j Our correspondent in London sends the following as specimens of costume attherecent Queens Drawing Room1 They were selected from 700 styles Dress of rich gray brocade with pet- Â¬ ticoat of merveilleux draped with very old and handsome lace and velvet leaves corsage to correspond train of dark gray Lyons velvet from the shoul- Â¬ der Ornaments diamonds Corsage and train of rich peach and white embossed brocade lned with white satin and trmmed with fine old Venetian point lace petticoat of white tulle with clusters of white velvet rib- Â¬ bon Headdress tulle veil andplumes Ornaments diamonds Corsage and train of black poult de soie trmmed with jet and ostrich feathers a petticoat of embroidered tulle over black silk and ornamented with black plumes Headdress veil and feathers Ornaments diamonds Petticoat of white dnchesse satin with tablier exquisitely embroidered in white jet and trimmed with volants of Brussels lace tram and corsage of beautiful white velour epingle desgn ed in white bands of flowers on satin ground Bodice and train of peach colored broche velvet gauze lined with satin of a lighter shade and edged with a deep flounce to match petticoat of two shades of peach colored satin hand- Â¬ somely arranged with point lace Train of bronze Lyons velvet lined with a beautiful brocade the same col- Â¬ or pett coat of a maize and cream sa- Â¬ tin brocade trimmed with beautiful old point lace Head dress plume and veil ornaments diamonds Train and corsage in pearl white sa tin with sprays of syringa in relief lined with moss green satin and trim med with pearls petticoat of pearl white satin and lace draperies Witb tassels of pearls Ornaments pearls and diamonds Bodice and train of rich black Lyons velvet lined with black satin and trim- Â¬ med with black lace and pink ostrich feathers petticoat of black broche gauze velvet ornamented with jet and pink feathers Coiffure white ostrich feathers and lace lappets Train and corsage of Louis XVL white and gold brocade lined witb white ottoman aggraffed with King Charles IL plumes over jupe of white satin dnchesse embroidered in seed pearl and irridescent beads trimmed Head dress with fine Brussels point plume and veil ornaments diamonds Magnificent train of sapphire velvet trimmed with the finest old pont dfi Venice lace and feather aigrette fastened from one shoulder worn ovef a dress of rich blue satin of a paler shade trimmed with the same ex quisite lace Head dress plumes uid lace lappets ornaments paruru of diamonds A beautifully arranged toilette thfl train of sapphire moire Francaise was made quite plain With the exception of large bows of sapphire velvet thr corsage of moire was trimmed to cor2 respond the skirt of sapphire tulle was trimmed with ribbons and ar ranged over a satin foundation Orna ments d amonds Tram and bodice of myrtlo green rich velvet and frise brocade lined with eau de Nil Sicilian silk ornament- Â¬ ed with lillies of the valley petticoat of eau de nil Sicilan silk draped with Brussels lace garniture of lillies of the valley Headdress plumes and vo ornaments diamonds emeralds and peridots Train and bodice en Princeeso in amethyst brocaded velvet lined with satin duchese of a darker shade and tr nimed with peach ribbon velvet and po nt dnchesse lace the sk rt of peach satin trmmed with crepe de chine rib- bon velvet and motifs of amethyst Headdress ostrich feathers beads and lace lappets ornaments diamonds and amethysts Train of magnificent Hortense col- Â¬ ored brocade lined with the same love- ly shade in ottoman silk skirt and bod ice of ivory white ottoman silk cov- Â¬ ered w th pearl and opal beaded em broidery relieved with Hortense colored ostrich feathers and velvet bows Headdress tulle veil and plumes ornaments diamonds and pearls N Y Herald Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ In times of drouth manured sol Dishonest Clerks Than Meet Exposure contains more moisture than that which An investigation into the charac- Â¬ has received no manure the covering ters of a good many of the well dressed acting as a mulch Troy Times elegant men who float about town at A farmer at Lake Labrish Oregon n ght would bring some startling facts has tried a mixture of m Ik and kero Â¬ to light said Detective Wilkinson sene to kill lice on his fruit trees The yesterday Recently a number of lice were killed and the trees too When the baby hiccoughs moisten j cases have been exposed of men who granulated sugar with good vinegar were supposed to have large fortunes and give it from a few grains to a tea and who turned out to be every day spoonful Relief is almost instantan- Â¬ thieves The instances of two clerks eous Boston Globe who have been arrested within a fort Â¬ Sugar Shingles One of but-Â¬ night show which way the wind blows ter two cups of sugar one errg half a cup of sweet milk spice to taste one One of these precocious youngsters he is only twenty four years old had n teaspoonf ul of soda They are good Toledo Blade dog cart twelve or fourteen suits of A good method to clean painted clothes was a regular attendant of the theaters and opera dined at Delmon walls is to pulverize some bath brick icos four nights out of six and had and after rubbing a little soap upon a the reputation of being a howling soft woolen cloth dip it into the brick This wll swell of the 25000 a year tvpe Hall and with it rub the walls his friends knew that he was in a remove dirt without detriment to the fancy goods house in the dry goods walls Exchange district and they should have known Veal Scollops Cut veal from the that his salary could not have been leg or other lean part into pieces the more than 8000 a year yet he spent size of an oyster Have a seasoning of three or four times that sum and ap-Â¬ pepper salt and a little mace mixed parently nobody suspected him of rub some over each piece dip in egg j wrong until exposure came His was then in cracker crumbs and fry as you jusc sucn a cae as tnat of the Sixth do oysters The Caterer avenue dry goods clerk who made a A nice way to cook boiled pttatoes great splurge on about 2000 a year for supper is to slice them as thin as and another instance 13 that of a possible and still have them keep ther youngster who was exposed for steal- Â¬ shape Put some milk butter pepper ing a womans diamonds a week or two and salt into the saucepan and let it ago He was a good looking young boil up once or twice then put the po- Â¬ chap with no end of clothes and a phe- Â¬ tatoes into it and let them cook for live nomenal amount of assurance The miuutes not longer Detroit Post wonder is not that so many of these May women be successful be men are exposed but that so few are keepers inquires a writer in the Neio Any man who goes about at all can England Farmer and answers the call to mind acquaintances who spend question in the affirmative Several a good deal more than their incomea women he adds have become promi- Â¬ and yet no one suspects anything nent as apiculturists and reaped profits wrong Still that something is equal to any obtained by men The wrong goes wthout saying unless work is defighttui health giving and there is positive proof that they vo if managed properly have private sources of income and lucrat you Do grow roots Mangolds aro yet no one thinks for a moment of sus- Â¬ best adapted to our climate Rightly pecting them of d shonesty I know of conducted their cultivaton is no more a man who is connected with a Wall puttering work than is that potatoes street house in a confidential capacity They are free from diseases ofthey yield His salary is 4000 a year I believe very well many of the better paid Wall street well and keep of food they furnish a grateful change clerk do on the sly take a flyer now and ter they do not flavor for cows in win- Â¬ then buttheprinc pals of the firm do not butter they are equally the milk and good for other know of this and the rule on the street cattle and horses sheep or swine N is that employes must not speculate Y Herald The clerk I have in mind has been livÂ¬ Honey Pudding Three pints thin- Â¬ ing at the rate of 12000 a year ever ly sliced apples one pint honey ono s nee 1S78 The rent of his house alone is 1200 It may be tiiat he makes a pint flour one pint cornmeal small surplus income by judcious specula- Â¬ pece of butter one teaspoonful soda tion but the chances are hcavly the juice of two lemons and three grated against him because if he could make lemon rinds Str the diy soda into as much by speculation as he spends the honey then add the apples melted he would soon grow ambitious and cut butter and a little salt Now add the loose of the routine and hard work of other ingredients and stir in the flour his duties but he doesnt He gets up Bake one hour and serve with sauce at e ght oclock and works as hard as The Household It may safely be recommended to any man in the office When the fact dscard saw dust chaff and all such conies out that he is a defaulter or an embezzler everybody will be immense Â¬ material in tho format on of hens nests Tho best material is clean oat ly snqn ised Everv instance is not exposed straw cut into two or three inch lengths Mix with this a few tobacco though Thats exactly it A great many stems and when the hen commences to cases are never heard of by the public set sprinkle the eggs with tobacco dust business men realize that it hurts their The best place for the nest except early financial stand ng to have any expos- in the season is on the ground shel- Â¬ ure of dishonesty or carelessness on the tered from wind and rain Chicago part of their employes The number Tribune of cases that are hushed up and A WASTE OF LABOR smoothed over far exceed thoo that we hear of but the suspicious swells Appliances to Conserve the Health mid Strength ofHie Household who float about town increase and mult ply every day N Y Sun It would seem hardly necessary to enter into a course of argument with a man possessed of seeing eyes and a ARTEMUS WARD How the Humorist Kulicved Some Printers reasoning mind to convince hm that the half of a thng is less than the Who Were in Trouble aril whole of it or that the radius of a It was back in the fifties we were rooming in old 21 our bachelor bar- Â¬ circle is less than its circumference racks in the upper story of a business And yet there are men possessed of block on Superior street in Cleveland both these attributes of sght and rea- Â¬ A gay party we were Sam and George son whose daily tasks and plans in life Alt and Harry and our third storjr den are measured out by a rule that sets at became headquarters for lots ofyvitty naught these self evident truths And and jovial boys who made it almost a as might naturally be expected from club room in the r nightly vis ts an applicat on of such a false rule of Among the most welcome was Charley measurement the r wck whatever it Brown Artemus Ward as he was may be is generally in a state of con- Â¬ then just entering the sobriquet from fusion and their plans seldom come out his quaint series of humorous articles as they aie expected to do The fact in the Plaindcalcr on which he was is that a great amount of time and local editor Brown or Artemus as labor is spent to no purpose or in we already begun to call him was ex ways that are wholly unnecessary cessvely fond of practical jokes and and avoidable by a little care It is the wise the fun made among the circle of hs and forethought and prudent man who learns to ends will long be remembered fr One night among the small hours economize time to turn every moment Artemus burst into our room the door of his labor to the greatest possblo was always on the latch rushed to the advantage to make every ounce weight window threw it up and leaning out of his energies weigh on the side of screamed in the shrillest feminine actual prolit It is ths proper use of time that often turns the scale between voices Mur- Â¬ success and failure in any given calling Help Help Murder Help Men sometimes wonder or professon der at one of their number that he is able A rush to the staircase followed wh le Artemus si pped mlo the nearest to accomplish such a prodigious amount bed and a naif score of pol ce dashed of work in a brief space of t me with- Â¬ into the room and summoned us to ac-Â¬ out appearing to exert himself any more than others whose labors have a count for the screams THROUGH A DETECTIVES EYES JLn Assertion That There Are Many Mori HOME AND FARM PLAGUE STRICKEN PLYMOUTH Does a Similar Danger Threaten ETeryeae o Us I to Personal Periln Rochester XY Ho w Public Attention Is Directed Judge euccessral8enior tell me thesecret of your uniform succega at the bar Ah young wan that secret la a life study but I will rive it to vou on condition that yoa pay all my hills during this ses Agreed sir said the junior Evidence indisputable ovidence At the end ol the month the iadge reÂ¬ minded the young man ol his promise 1 recall no such promise Ah hut you made it Your evidence please And the iudce not having any witnesses lost a case for once 1 The man who can produce indisputable evidence wina public favor I had an inter Â¬ view yesterday with the most succesml of American advertisers whose advertising is most successful because always backed by fiion 01 said a young lawyer CCrrespondence Indian Â¬ apolis SenuneL tcaverr court ThxVoxxaxjBslt Co e MarsiaaB Mfolr ortowHd tfceir celebcHtedXaKne Tac TAKJB2XT and oer Jiscrxic Akpllow fyowg orW on trial for 39 days to loeef tH1 aicled with nervosa dsfcUityAkoierrtee ity and aUkiadred trouble matte seiB algiapsralysi53adsMurr oth Â¬ er diseases Complete restoratioatefcealtkr vigoraRdmBbeodsursateed 2fe risk inÂ¬ curred aa at days trial te allowed Writ them atosce for illustrated paspkiot frsst Histoxt tells us tfeat oe ol tfee mo4 learned of Scotch clergyBeiraa Vera w ike Tean r cp parish of Dall educated at TJaase aacf Scs stationed at Drbae Xrs no secret that Pkrees Cowpoaad Extract of Smart Weed is conoeeel of beat genuine French Brassy distiUe Extract of Smart Weed and Jamaica Giaer Soot with Camphor Eesence and cosstitates therefore the best remedy yet known for colic or cramps cholera- morbus diarrkea dysentery or bloody Sux or to break uj colds fevers and inflammatory attacks 50 cents By druggists - 5 What stvles of advertising do you I asked H H Warner Esq Display reading matter and paragraphs of testimonials Have you many testimonials In answer he showed me a large cabinet chock full We have enough to fill Bos- Â¬ ton New York Chicago St Louis and Philadelphia morning papers Do you publish many of them Not a tithe Wonderful as aro those we do publish we have thousands like them which we can not use Why not Let me tell you Warners safe curs has probably been the most successful medicine for female disorders ever discovered We have testimonials from ladies of the highest rank but it would he indelicate to publish them Likewise many statesmen lawyers doctors of world wide fame have been cured but we can only refer to 6uch per Â¬ sons in the most guarded terms as we do in our reading articles Are these reading articles successful When read they make such an impres Â¬ sion that when the evil days ot ill health draw nigh they are remembered and War Â¬ ners safe cure is used No sir it is not necessary now as at first to do such constant and extensive advertising A meritorious medicine sells itself after its merits are known We pre- Â¬ sent just evidence enough to disarm skep-Â¬ tics and to impress the merits of the reme- Â¬ dies upon new consumers We feel it to he our duty to do this Hence best to ac- Â¬ complish our mission of healing the sick we use the reading article style People wont read plain testimonials Yes sir thousands admit that had they not learned of Warners safe cure through this clever style they would still be ailing and still impoverishing themselves in fees to unsuccessful practitioners It would do your soul good to read tho letters of thanksgiving wo get from mothers grateful for the perfect success which attends War Â¬ ners safe euro when used for children and the surprised gratification with which men and women of older years and impaired vigor testify to the youthful feelings reÂ¬ stored t thm by the same means Are these good effects permanent Of all the cases ot kidney liver urinary and female diseases wahavecureft not two per cent f them report a return of their disorders Who else can show such a rec- Â¬ ord What is the secret of Warners safe euro permanently reaching so many serious dis- Â¬ orders I will explain by an illustration The little town of Plymouth Pa has been plague stricken for several months bceause its water supply was carelessly poisoned The kidneys and liver arc the sources of physical well being Tf polluted by disease all tho blood becomes poisoned and every organ is affected ana this great danger threatens every one who neglects to treat himself promptly I was nearly dead my bell of extreme kidney disease but what is now Warners safe cure cured me and I know it is the only remedy in the world that can cure such disorders for I tried everything else in vain Cured by it my- Â¬ self I bought it and from a sense of duty presented it to the world Only by restor- Â¬ ing the kidneys and liver can disease leave the blood and the system A celebrated sanitarian physician once said to me Thesecret of tho wonderful success of Warners safe cure is that it is sovereign over all kidney liver and urinary diseases which primarily or secondarily make up the majority of human ailments Like all great discoveries it is remarkably use simple fc evidence- - S urrxER WKrrEK from Naples saysr Standing on Castle drank ia the whole sweep of tha bay Wkat a awaUow ha must have had Chiceg 0 TrAtmr A Elo I a Ybcxo 3IEX or middle aged ones sufferu from nervous debility and kindred weakÂ¬ nesses should send three letter stamps for illustrated book suggesting sure means ot cure Address Worlds 2Aedlcal Association Buffalo NY Some people who buy oa tirae doat apÂ¬ pear to know when time leaves off aad eter Â¬ nity begins Merchant Traveler HmiAJrrrr demands that omnibus hack aad team horses should wear the Boss Collar Pad m When a man sees double it la evident that his glasses are too strong for hiaa Soston Transcript Pikes Toothache Drops curelalasunuteac Glenns Sulphur Soap heals and beautifies 2Sc Geexak Cons BEJtovES Mils Coras Buaeea M Kan ia not rare Puck It is a painful fact that the hall baked ECZEMA Mjr wife haa been sorlr afflicted wtilx Eczema o Wo tried eTery kBovv Salt Rheum from Infancy remedy bat to no avail Sae was atao aftlcted wttH a periodical nenroas headache seaethae followed by aa Intermittent fever to that her life becae a harden to her Finally I detenu laed to try S S- - S She commenced seveaweelcs ago fter n tXlri bottle the tnfiammatloa Hiearedad lore sota dried ap and turned white and scaly aed anally stM crashed them off inan Impalpable white powder re eembltnK pure salt Basis now tails the isth bet tie every appearance of the dfceaaeteKcae asd feer Her headaches flesh la soft and white aa a childs have disappeared and she enjoya the eely rood health ehehaalcnown in 40 years So wonder she deems every bottle of SSS ia worth a thoataad times Its JOIDT 7 BRADLKT weight in gold U GrtswoM SC Detroit Slich May 16 1SS6 Tor salo by all iniszlcx 1HE SWTFT SPECIFIC CDrawer 3 Atlanta G 2TT157VV23dSt O- tWm IKYALUABLE iX SICKNESS In all cases of dysentery or any bowel complaint Ridges Food should be adopted aa the dietetic It la perfectly safe belrurnentnu in its action upoa ths bowels and Is easUy assimilated JforeoYarlt wClh retained where everything else falls WILHOFTS FEVER AND AfiUE 7CHHG A warranted crtc for aU diseases caused by malarial poJaeslng of the blood snea as Chills aad Fcrer FeTer aad ae Sua Fate Daab ChlBa Intermittent Keaset BUleaa aad aH ether Ferers gassed by malaria- - It Is alee the safesf aad best crcefer enlarged Sptess Frrer Caie General DebHty andPerfodic Neuralgia PTToiSatebyallPraagtaar CHAS F KEELZRroD Chicago HI The house of H H Warner stands deservedly high in Rochester and it la used by thousands or first elass MafrtKrer TSTJ is certainly matter of congratulation that nm nuemt TmJm t VVIS irit t merit has been recognized- all over th ehttmnin Bend card ofdmIerirho does BotkM ffiAO itwUiaTe3ce6inpifer8AMPLCANrrjrC world and that this succcssfthas been u tkt Co Off T - IFPAGES LIQUID GLUE the P3MHLsflsiiW Ws quajifiedly deserved Pes Poure EmCeseatCoGIietff5s LiihlrVasil Some one says that liquor strengthens the voice This is a mistake it only makes the breath strong The leprous dlstilment whoso effect XJXC AXB LE1THCB Holds such an enmity with blood of man 3sro That swiftusquicksilveritcour3e3 through 4V X01 POSttlTely prevent chaaa and cure sore The natural gates and alleys of tho body wither Horse can b worked while cure ia per Â¬ fected Harness makers and causes the skin to become barked satisfled after J3 idars trisLwill refund aoaey if not Be sure to t Pad Iar about most lazar like with vileand loath- Â¬ enough BJ2CTJEK CURTIS MailMs WTJi Â¬ Such aro the effects of dis some crust eased and morbid bile the only antidote LADY permanent for which is to cleanse and regulate the employment and good saiary liver an office admirably performed by sellincQaeea City MJtlrtand Stockings BBertersSampIo Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery Address outfit roosts soke BOSS COLLAR PJD Of uecks AnTS At the recent Cincinnati candle fire the loss was 100000 It seems wicked Cincinnati free Sospeader Co Cincinnati O hT In 65 Uve YoumrMnor Ladies CO eachconnty Ad Philadelphia dress P W ZIEGLEB A MOXTHC JJTDBOAXBfQTTHXEE Â¬ than in June Pantaloons are worn longer afflicted with Sore Eyes use Columbia Spectator in July TTTBE COTOXS Sets Con iRTISTS orzGlass Cabinet yei MniiOlt L BOSS 1216 Ridge13 eta a dot Card SB eta a doz H Ave Phils Pa PRESENCE OF MIND Necessity of Teaching Girls How to Be Cool Minded Hysterics and Injustice If boys require to be taught doubly so do girls Having by nature weaker nerves and a more vivid self-contr- ol tl imagination they shrink from pain suffering and danger utterly unintelligible to their brothers But the more natural this shrinking is the mor careful theyshould be taught to govern it Girls should acquire at least th rudiments of nursing and learn the best and easiest attainable remedies foi the ordinary accidents of daily life just as ccrtainl and as a matter of course as they are taught to sew and ta read Especially should quiet aud coolness bo impressed upon them Calmness is not insensibility though manpeople confound them A girl is not hard hearted and unfeeling because she can witness painful sights and if need be lend a steady firm hand to the doctor or nurse On the contrary she has usually twenty times the sym patlry aud unselfish kindness of that delicate little damsel who has no command whatever over herself and fills theroom with shrieks winding up by running away tne very moment an ex tra hand might be useful It may seem harsh to say so but thoso dainty bodies who are so utterly useless at any emergency or as their friends with sensi Elead So highly endowedtheir friends those who are not make unpleasant references to folly are generally selfish and hysterics and self absorbed to a degree utterly unintelligible to the r more soher sisters who are taught to forget seli and control both mind and body by theii large hearted sympathy with and com prehension of suffering But the sick room is not the only plce where presence of mind is required Scarcely day passes when we do not more orles requre it Thank g odness the no tion that women sh uld faint or g into hy teric3 for the smallest thing ii pretty well exploded stilt even ye the opposite lessou might le mc strengly inculcated Torontt Glofa Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Artemus sleepily assured the blue coated gentry that no born woman was secreted in our premises and so well enacted the sleepy astonishment of awakened virtue that after prowLng in vain about the room the guardians of the peace Withdrew and we heard them ransack ng the building for quite a while seeking for the cause of the alarm When all was quiet Artemus ex-phvned the rumpus he had made Some three or four printers who worked on the Pluindcaler had been imbibing too freely and Charley Brown coming up found them in the hand of the pol ce being conducted to the calaboose Anxious to rescue them he conceived The piercing and executed the ruse screams of the female in distress and the eager hope of unearthing a tragedy drew away the attention of the night hawks and they left the birds in tho hand loose to pursue the one in tho bush Â¬ The liberated printers made their shortest way home while we denizens ot room twenty one enjoyed the joke aa ICeSlor Artemus last in San Francisco Ingleside Railroad Item A well known conductor was sum-Â¬ moned to appear before the superinten dent Captain said the high official we appreciate your services Thank you sir Not at all not at all 1 assure you Yes we appreciate your services but has it eer occurred to you that wo would like to have some of the money that your train earns As long as you only took half we said nothing an even when you began to lake two thirds there was only aslightdillerenca of opinion in the board of directors but now that you have begun to take all we can not stand it Times are too Arkan hard Captain Good bye saio Traveler Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A thirty ton rock recently rolled downMhe mountain side near Herald ylreVX and blocked the Rutland Haliroaa track It Ifadto be removed by blasting Rutland Herald ir Thompsons Eye Water Druggists sell it 25c EDUCATIOSAIu comparatively small result In such cases generally the secret is that the A FAMILT cri sis a girl baby Chicago I UUIig mtJUfp apJ OMraton and one has learned how to economize time Sun M gcaranteea emnloTmentddrgsa PWRt w s p he has so arranged his plans that all his efforts may be concentrated upon one point at a time and that the neeJ Interview Your Druggist ful one His energies are not dis- Â¬ As this reporter is doing and sipated in fruitless and aimless en- Â¬ every in- Â¬ lie will tell you some curious deavors but expended in stance just where they will do the most things For instance Ho does not spend his tuno good in going around a circle when Ayers Sarsapariila with a slight additional effort he might open a wav aross it He does is a perf ectLy genuine medicine not himself carry great burdens to and but there are plenty of so called fro between two points when Ly the Sarsaparillas in th market exercise of a little patience and inge Â¬ that have no Sarsaparilia about nuity he might devise some means for them except the name lessening the number of steps and thus save time aud labor We have in mind I have been in the Dru business In a case that may be cited as an extreme Lowell for thirty years and sell more of example of the inconvenience a person Ayers Sarsaparilia than of aH other Sar Â¬ saparillas combined will subject himself to which a slight Beisg thoroughly familiar with the analysis of this medi Â¬ effort would remove In this case it cine and Iniowinjr the care and skill cm is a farm house where the wood shed ployed in its composition I am certain against the kitchen is though jutting it contains nothing thst could not be to be entered only by going through recommended by the most scrupulous phy Â¬ the gate out of the front yard aud sician It is made of the true Houduras around to a door that opens on a high Sarsaparilia and of other blood purifiers way The buildings are old and this the best known to medical science and fa arrangement has probably been in a grand specific ia chronic cases such as orce for forty years or more The Scrofula Salt Itheuro Erysipelas Kidney by the highway to tho distance around Diseases and troubles of the Stomach and interior of the wood shed is not less Liver jlany so called Sarsaparillas are than seven or e ght roda while the such only in name they do not contain a same point might be reached in go particle of the real medlciaal Sarsaparilia ing as many feet The only obstacle Geo C Osgood 3T I root Druggist that intervenes in the latter case Copyrighted Merrimack cor Suffolk sts LoweII3aasw stove and the botween the kitchen For all disorders of the Blood U3e wood pile is a thin board parti ton But in all these forty years more 01 Ay less it seems never to have occurred tc Prepared by Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell Haas Eold by nrsgjisu Price 1 six boKlea the re ponsible head of this house to cut a doo through from the kitcher into he wood house or direstlv from the yard outside If it has ever oc curred to him the thought has been di m ssed by the conviction that things are good enough as they are and that what has been must continue TesitiTely cu SICK H2ADACHE Biliousness aad all lVEB and 30WXX PmanliiiiitM to be And so through the wintei niijiiu Fiiiaun Kan mjtiti insfititt iiink tjttt a vrajui j or jreaaia rtmiinin Turn snows the rains of spring the sum ilYT Pffl DrTJCPaiaser XvattMQs -k k iJeWItt Iot iaA mm 2iZ mers scorching heat the daylight and i 3 joHxaox cot acMHNar darkness the storm and shine of near Treated ad esnd wftfcot the tatMsw R U AWARE ly half a century the good wife of this CAICER Booft 03 trcstonratAseat free THAT ww SaaCOHL farmer and her occasional assistants Lorillardv3 Glima Ping have trudged around the circle carry I03S bearine a red Hit tag that Lortlktrus ing wood to replenish tho kitchen fire K7TEX WXITJXV T9 ATjrKTHfM Inc Ii iiffinecut that TrmrrP pleat njr j mm mk lis xlwrtlaisf ml is AT Y Observer Navy Clippine ind that Lorillards SaiiJFara cheapest the Dr isaao 1 Â¬ iW O ers Sarsaparilia 1 PARSONS PILLS w mm -- Â¬ Â¬ m best and usl - AKR quality considered - IK -