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merrily ram t He elerex Perry Pike ad Bright nerpurestof gold shineher sing Estill Aad as KbM the Ixsisp without a sunbeams Her dew drops like diamonds are wiy klad THE HESAIJ ts And the bum of her bees is most pleasant Tra la lal tra la la tra la la ltaac A4rertllnMHilBB in Weteni Tra la la tra la la tra la lal s4rerfeieers eaareAck aore people by Oh Summer Is here and the waters Are as h 4 vortiseet ia its col amns thas y any Many splashing and sparkling on though beautiful rainbows had them eter oae Try Jt d be coaviHced- Been shattered and left there to glow And over them snowy winged vessels Before tne wind gracef nlly go Every now and then courtesying lightly To ho bol yo ho ho yo ho ho Yo ho ho yo ho hoi yo ho bo Oh Summer is here and the hammocks merM EUIlHr In the shadiest places are hung STB9CKIPTI0X KATES From the boughs of the trees and theres L00 De Oey 0e Year always 60 tSirMeatks Sfrme sweet pretty girl to be swung And tbe ground for croquet is quite ready- And the time for lawn tennis has come f SVN sbscritea trill be entered uron bwr beks nlef aecopaHied by tbe money And also for dancing bv moonlight rum awl se subscription will be leceived for less turn tfcRRStXJiOHtfcS Margaret Eytinqt in Harpers Mtgasint JlBTBRTipiXO RATES Trsseteat a4 vertigeseHts lascTted at ey4lve cents per isch first Jasertlon ter and A EA310US PEIS0N twety re cet3 eek subsequent inser loa OaeTear 1 Iok 600 1000 2 Glimpses of Life Among- the Con Â¬ larger advertisements made fiiZEL Geeen te ktr yaperf -- FENCER COOPER fr lEte5 kWB oa spoliation Across i SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky PROFESSIONAL J-- IL KASH ATTORNEY AT LAW HAZEL GKEEX KY VH1 practice la Wolfe and adjoining-countieCollections will receive prompt atten- PATXEESOIs KT HAZELRIGG ATTORNEYS AT LAW STEALING J5Y SAMUELMcKEE ATTORNEY AT LAW v W Jefferson street Jfo iuiviriJE jot UB rabticesia all the State Courts and 441 Jpeoial atteataon jciven to business of all kinds Jh the Uaited States Courts A PORTER LACElr ATTORNEY AT LAW NOTARY PUBLIC JLSV CXAMINEIt OF DEPOSITIONS Hazel Green Ky J 3L Quuxnr - J C Ltkiss QUILIJAN LYE1NS ATTORNEYS AT LAW HEAL ESTATE AGENTS Casoton Kr taxes paid for Titles eratsia-d CollectioBE a specialty ileal estate boHjrfet aad sold on commission Will prac Â¬ tice iafCfiifeaaC adjoining counties non-resi--de- DR R B GARDNER - PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offers his services o the people of TTolf c and Hazel Gbeex K adjoining counties DR PHYSK5IAN J M KASH AND SURGEON - HAZEii Geeex Kr Tcaders his professional services to the citi acas of Wolie and adjoining- counties Office arestdeace on IJroa ay JXt B TAULBEE lsL D HAZEL CREEN KY FSYSKM SD36E0H 1KB ACCOUCHEDS Teaders his professional services to the peo- Â¬ ple of Wolfe and adjoining- count s OIBce on Hazel G reen Heights at xe--ides- HOTELS DAY HOUSE HAZEL GREEK KT D S CODSEY - Proprietor Patroaage is respectfully solicited from everybody more specially the traveling jnibuc pirst clttSK accomuodations and sat isfaclkm guaranteed - PIERATT HOUSE HAZEL GBEEN KT JOHN H jk-k- PIERATT Proprietor the best in i the market and first ciasi accommodation will bo luraisaed for man and beast tarTke table Is supplied with m MORGAN HOUSE WEST LIBERTY KY JAMES K COLE Proprietor Patroaapc of the traveling public is re Â¬ spectfully solicited Table always supplied with the best in tke market Stable attached ASHLAND HOUSE- HEAR POST OFFICE UEXIXGTOX FIBT GLASS z RATES KEXTUCICY BE1S0XAKE HBOSWELL SOXS Prprietars OAMPTON HOUSE CAMPION KT ALEX e J ASBURY Proprietor The table is supplied with the choicest vi aadsia the arket aad the charges are rea soBable Special iaducemeats to Commercial tourists Insure Your Property XS TEE OLD RELIABLE Iteiii ftnnn Goiiy FHARTPORD C03TJM Whieh Teal ia KcliaWe iRdcaoaity Kot Cheap iHKHHfflce Tim Tried and Fire Tested- TXESSST IS THE CHEAPICSTA JSC- - JTEfcSPON - - AGEST v Hjtxel GreenEy the Avorld almost and every prisoner engaged in making them is presented with a plug of tobacco at the close of each week Ths is customary on all contract work Two hundred dozen of shirts are washed starched and ironed in the prison per day Some of the prisoners become wonderfully expert ironers and two or three out of the hundred and thirtvmen employed in th s department are so dexterous that ther tasks are invariably finished before noon When employed on cer- Â¬ tain kinds of work prisoners are given a task They can work quickly or slowly so long as the task is finisjied when the whistle blows for knocking off If they finish their tasks three or four hours before the regular hour for Rtnnninff rrnr-t- fliMr nvn tllnwprl in rf- tire to ther cells where they can read and smoke or go to sleep Thiee hun Â¬ dred men are engaged in making boote and shoes They make two thousand three hundred pairs per day or nearly seven and a half pairs per man The victs at Sinff Sing boots and shoes are all made with the aid of machinery One machine makes Jl a Officer Who Recognizes Every Prison wooden pegs and drives them into place in the shoe or boot about fifty Bird A Novel Instrument of Pan times as fast as an expert workman ishment Sketches of peni Â¬ could do the work It keeps a man tentiary Life busy to supply this pegg ng machine with soles Another machine makes Sing Sing Prison has a convict pop- Â¬ steel screws cuts them oft a proper ulation of 1650 and there is at least length and screws them in place in one man in authority who knows countless soles in an hour One mans every prisoner hy sight and is able to task is to put heels on eighteen hun- Â¬ dred tell at a glance whether or not a new work pairs of boots per day He begins at seven oclock in the morn ng arrival has been in the prison before has an hour for dinner and has ge i This is Chief Keeper James Conn augh erally finished his task at three oclock ton When Crow- Â¬ He does it With the aid of a machine ley was admitted to the institution he which heels a pair of shoes in less time was accompanied by six other convicts than an ordinary girl can wink even if she be in a great hurry and its a last One of these was named William Hall chance according to the papers in his case The prisoners make their own clothes Before Hall was questioned in the reg-Â¬ They also make their own tobacco ular way Keeper Connaughton said the both smoking and chewing The head man had been in Sing Sing before but man in the tobacco department not as HolL The latter was asked if among the convicts is Steve Raymond he had ever been in prison before Yes He has the distinction of being the only he had been in Sing Sing Under the man who was ever sentenced to im- Â¬ name of Hall No his name had been prisonment for Lfe in this State for for- Â¬ William Smith Had he any other gery He received this sentence for a Yes William Dwyer name Not second oflense He is a small dark once in a hundred cases the prison of-Â¬ skinned man and moves about at his ficials say are any of the routine ques work with a step as light as a cats t ons answered untruthfully The men He is a good workman and never have a wholesome fear of being discov- Â¬ grumbles at his lot There are atpres ered in a lie and of being made to suf Â¬ ent in Sing Sing sixty five murderers fer for it serving life sentences Two thirds of As there are in Sing Sing only 12S4 them killed their wives Every woman cells a number of them have two occu- Â¬ who visits Sing Sing wants to see a pants much to the delight of those who lifer Not long ago a party of la- Â¬ are paired Life in Smg Sing is not dies who visited the prison made the what it was and for this keepers and keeper who acted as guide promise to convicts are devoutly thankful Pris- Â¬ show them a lifer Finally one of oners are no longer treated as if they these unfortunates passed within sight were brutes and they have shown that The ladies were full of compassion for kindness is not thrown away on them the poor fellow until one of their There are ten dark cells in the prison number asked what was tho nature of Under the old regime these cells were his crime In for killing his wife seldom empty and the sound of the was the keepers reply The flood of paddle and the curses of the poor pity was dammed on the instant and wretches on whom it was being laid as soon as she could recover from her could be heard at all hours The pad Â¬ horror the spokeswoman of the party dle has gone out of fashion Ithas savagely inquired Why dont they been superseded by a punishment as hang the brute One lifer has efficacious as it is simple Men who served twenty two years ot his sen- Â¬ were paddled seldom improved under tence Seeing him at work in a locali- Â¬ the punishment Some the punishment ty whence escape was comparatively made irredeemably bad It destroyed easy the reporter inquired if it were tbe last vestige of self respect and filled not a little risky te place so much con- Â¬ the victim with a longing for revenge fidence in a lifer Not in that one at any cost Since its abolishment the answered the keeper you couldnt dark cells seldom have an occupant drive the fellow away He couldnt and the average this year has been one live anywhere else The impression contumacious prisoner per month is pretty general that the moment a The punishment most in vogue for prisoner enters Sing Sing his head as prisoners who refuse to obey orders is well as his face is shaved This is no an invention of Chief Keeper Con Â¬ longer the fashion The prisoners are naughton Two uprights with slots in shaved every Saturday The shave fol- Â¬ them are fastened against the wall about lows the bath The men are compelled three feet apart Fitting neatly into the to wear their hair moderately short space between them is a broad board but few wear it as short as the tough which can be moved up or down on the of the outside world does or even as principle of an elevator In the center bref as the style adopted bv the aver- Â¬ of the board is a steel hook The can- Â¬ age dude if the bang is excepted No didate for punishment Is hand cuffed convict is allowed to wear a bang In He is stood up in front of the board fact no convict would wear a bang The chain which fastens the hand cuffs An inmate of Sing Sing Knows just is thrown over the iron hooK in the what to expect thirty minutes after his board Then the latter is gradually arrival in the prison He is instructed raised until the victim is standing on to obey the keepers and the rules to tip toes with his whole weight depend-Â¬ mind his own business and interfere ing on his wrists Around the fatter with no one and to do an honest days are the thin steel cuffs which cut into work If these instructions are obeyed tho flesh without drawing blood The his life w 11 be as comfortable as it is pain is excrucatmg and is increased possible to maka it under circumstances if that were possible by the efforts of not exactly cheerful but which might the victim to change his position in a be worse He rises in the morning at vain attempt to lessen the agony The six oclock and breakfasts at half past toughest criminal in the prison has six The meal consists of hash bread never taken a second dose of this pun-Â¬ and coflee At seven oclock he goes ishment Tho first trial is always suf to his work and sticks at it unt 1 noon fieent The victim is lowered upon when he marches into the huge dining Few have been able room which is sixty by two hundred crying Enough toendure the pain for more than thirty feet The dinner service is of tin The seconds but one man stood it for a quality of the food is good and no one minute and twenty five seconds When is stinted The evening meal consists he was lowered it was found that he of bread and coffee Tt is served to the had bitten his lower lip through in his men in their cells The bill of fare for efforts to withstand the punishment dinner is changed each day The work without giving tongue to his agony of the day stops at five oclock Knowing that nothing is to be gained Then the men are marched to by disobedience to orders few of the their cells They march to and from prisoners rebel against the strict but work with lock step and the right hand not at all harsh discipline enforced placed on the shoulder of the man in There are eighty five officers of all front In their cells prisoners have the grades in the prison Forty five of privilego of reading and smoking to these are keepers These are answer-Â¬ their hearts content Each man is able to the Chief Keeper for the proper furnished with two ounces of smoking performance of their duties as he is in tobacco per week As many of them turn to Warden Brush dont smoke others get a double sup- Â¬ During the day the difference be- Â¬ ply There is a very fair library in the tween the lot of a Keeper and that of prison for the use of the convicts a prisoner is very slight and is if any They are not allowed to read newspa-Â¬ thing in favor of the prisoner The pers or to talk with any one of cur-Â¬ latter is employed whUe the keeper rent events yet they are thoroughly stands on a raised platform in the cen- Â¬ posted on the news of the day Con Â¬ ter of a huge apartment in which hun- Â¬ victs who obey the rules are allowed to dreds of desperate men are at work see avisitor once in two months A day and upon these men the keeper is seldom passes on which more than one compelled to keep his eyes at all caller does not present himself and times During the day there is no rest in spite of the watchfulness of the He stands with his hand keepers the visitor generally manages for him much of the time on the handle of a to communicate the news of the da to revolver with every sense alert Not liis prisoner friends before sayinggood a motion of the throng under his eyes bye It then travels with surprising escapes his attention Conversation quickness from one end of the prison between the men is forbidden and the to the other sound of a human voice is seldom The health of Sing Sings inmates is heard from morning until night in the remarkably ffood At present there bus1 workshops ot the great prison are only nine patients in the hospital Comparatively few of the prisoners are and the death rate last year was onlv Nine hundred and 117 Dr Barber attends to the ail unemployed twenty nine of them are engaged in ments of the convict army and has On the day after his kdone so for five vears It tabf a vpw arrival at Sing Sing Crowfev took his old and very cunning bird to sham sick station in the stove moldng shops j successfully at bmg Smg Fif- Keeper Connaughton expressed the twn hundred -- prescriptions are otfin xtn that Crowley would fve the prepared daily in tne apothe -- cary shop according to tbe doctor though what becomes of them its difÂ¬ ficult to conceive as the 3ek roll aver Â¬ ages only twenty five per mdatli Two services are held in the prison oh Sun Â¬ days one Protestant and the other Ro Â¬ man Catholic The men can attend either or neither as they choose Most of them attend servicd They sayit relieves the irionotony Not More thaii one prisoner in a hun Â¬ dred admits that he is guilty df the crime for which he is imprisoned Chief Keeper Connaughton who has been at Sing Sing ftir thirteen years says that a convict who is willing to admit his guilt is an extremely rare brd Although the chances of escape are few and are attended with great danger they are occasionally made the most of Last week a short term man escaped by scaling the iron feueo through which the gleaming Hudson can be seen from the prison yard Even that as well as the walls is un- Â¬ der the eyes of a guard who is sup- Â¬ posed to be in readiness at all tmes to send the contents of a Winchester rifle into the body of any convict bold enough to grasp at liberty before it legally belongs to him K Y Times Â¬ HOME DISCOURAGEMENTS Importance and Influence of a Hand Home Door Yard One df the greatest mistakes a hus miid can commit is in the presence of lis family to be constantly speaking If he wants to af sellinjr his home u3rich all ambition and desire in his f ife and children to beautify and make Che Sh THE NUPTIAL KNOT Seven Separate and Distinct Ways of Com mitting Mutrltnonv There are seven separate and distinct Â¬ ways in which the nuptial knot may bs tied the attending expense of the different modes varying from SI to 1000 The least expensive and the one seldom adopted except in cases of elopement is that afforded by the Justices office There a couple can be firmly united in the space of a m nute for a small sum It is customary for a groom to dress as he may please when the marriage is to be performed by a Justice and a dres suit would be sadly out of place in the musty law office The one great advantage of the justice shop marriage is cheapuess As some people object to being mar ried by a Justice of the Peace prefer rng the sanction of the church in addi tion to that of the law the young people may visit a parsonage instead of a Justices office with the same prepara The ceremony may be fully as t on informal when at the ministers home the only difference being that not less than S3 and better still So or S10 should be paid for the service although there is no fixed sum charged The most popular ceremony among people who do not class themselves as in society and also among many who do is a quiet home wedding where the brde is attired in a suit of plain white or a traveling dress and the groom in a plain black or brown bus ness suit and where only a few friends and relatives are present The affair is informal perhaps a modest supper or lunch being served after the ceremony is performed and the entire expense to the groom being covered by a 20 bill or even less This is the most popular wedding ceremony and this is the way in which fulty seventy live per cent of young people are mar Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ried Next in point of favor and infix pens veuess is the informal church wedding being similar in all things except that the service is performed within the portals of the church II the affair is strictly private the bride and irroom may be unsupported or have brdesmaids and groomsmen as they please In the latter case full dress suits should be worn increasing The full dress wedthe expense ding as it may be called when the ceremony is performed at home is next in favor Elaborate trousseau full dress suits bridesmaids and groomsmen flowers in abundance and a host of invited guests are the requisites followed by a recept on feast or lunch as the contracting parties may desire The seventh and last and most pop- Â¬ ular is the full dress affair performed in church Among people who desire to create a str in society this is the favorite It is expensive and in many eases unsatisfactory Milwaukee Jour Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nal a CHINESE DECREES - Some of the Am using State Papers Issued by the Empress of China stove-making 1 The decrees in which the Empress ot China from time to time commends upbraids or warns the officials of the Empire are among the most amusing state papers issued by any Govern- Â¬ State papers it is true are not ment amusing as a rule those published lately oy Lord Granville for example can not be said to have caused much hilarity among his countrymen Tho Empress of China like some other sov- Â¬ ereigns and statesmen has the advantage of his lordship An unfor Â¬ tunate official having recently been punished for a memorial which he pre Â¬ sented another official one Fan ven- Â¬ tured to acquaint the Empress that his fate would probably deter others from offering the r criticisms in future and prayed an explanation He got it in a right royal fashon Fan evidently is not deterred saj s her majesty bv the punishment of a previous petitioner why then should he think others would be He evidently does not ap prec ate tho motives of the court he is exceedingly presumptuous to ad- Â¬ dress an improper and abrupt repre- Â¬ sentation to the throng and pour cn courager les autres he is accordinglv handed over to the Board of Punishments Party government would evi Â¬ dently not suit Pekin ior this is how the Empress talks of the palladium of Engl sh liberties The creation of parties and factions and the support of their own party and the vill fication of opposing ones was a vi- Â¬ cious habit that prevailed among off- Â¬ icers of government in the days of the Ming dynasty St Louis i3 getting the love-ma- A but ths evil propensity is not tolerated now and it mg business down pretty fine is our duty to punish offenses of such a yoimg man wno was caugnc mrting nature as awarning against indulgence with the female pupl3 of Kirkwood Party government then Sem nary has been fined fifty dollars therein 1 ke the mar ners compas gunpow Â¬ and costs notwithstanding some of the der and print ng was known in China young ladies appeared as voluntary before we ever thought of it Chnese Witnesses in his behalf and testified party men are now promptly handed that the fun of seeinc h m dressed in a swallow tad coat and crawling through over to the Board oj Punishments Tnere are people in England who a hole in th back fence afforded them would not be very sorry to see some of po much Lueriment that it lightened our party men treated likewise Patt the labors of the school room fop a full month Chicago Tritons Matt luzeUe Â¬ Â¬ I place attractive he can employ no iurer method It is the pleasant door yard the slimbing vinds the thrifty small fruits that first appeal to the eye of a buyer and make him a possible purchaser but it is not in human nature particii larly in woman nature to feel the same interest in fixing up a home attractive ly if she knows that William will sell it next month if he gets the chance A man is apt to look on the sale of a home in the same light that be does any other business transaction fill best efforts and skill are put into the manu- Â¬ facture of the wagons reapers and other things that he expects to sell If he is a merchant he aims to place his goods before the public in the most ad-Â¬ vantageous way that will bring him customers but he loses sight of the fact that the ownership of a home is of a widely different character In this busy unsettled American life of ours a change of residence is a com- Â¬ mon occurrence but the sundering of the ties that always bind one to his home no matter how humble that home may be can not but be a subject of sadness No reasonable wife will abso- Â¬ lutely refuse to part with her home if she knsws it is decidedly for the inter-Â¬ est of her family to do so and she lodks forward with pleasure to tho hope of speedily being established in another but when it comes to a syste- Â¬ matic chronic plan on the part of the husband to sell out because he r can make a few hundred dollars on the fruit of her lafior and taste do not let us blame her too much if she rebels Many a woman has made an uncultivated bald looking yard a veritablo bower of beauty by the outlay of her She has not own physical strength begrudged the labor spent in making and caring for flower beds whose bril liant blooms elicit the admiration of weary passers by With her own hands and with weary step she has lugged basketful after basketful of rich mould to place about her choice plants feel- Â¬ ing fully repaid for all her pains as she sees the barrenness and ugliness give way to blossom and verdure William realizes that his house and lot have grown prettier and forthwith begins to ponder on the market value of the spot If he were only wise he would keep these speculations to him- Â¬ self but when he says complacently Well Maria we have one of the most desirable homes in town if I can mako S300 over what it cost me Ill sell it Jones is looking around for a nice property and I Delieve it would just he is putting a dampener suit him on his wife from which she wll hardly recover Poor Maria If she is a soft hearted little thing more than likely she will not be able to keep back her tears as she falters out And where should we go Oh thats an easyvmatter briskly answers the husband plenty of other And so Jones houses we can get erets the home and sweet William chucks the money down into his pock- Â¬ and et giving hs wife no share of it Ma- Â¬ never once dram ng that it was rias clustering vines well kept yard and showy shrubs that charmed the Joneses and which made the property marketable By the time this wife has beautified two or three yards and seen them sold away from her she will very probably begin to feel indifferent as to the ap- Â¬ pearance of their premises Whats the use of making flower beds for somebody else Just as she argues soon as things get to growing nicely well sell the place and therefore it wont pay for me to expend my strength on it The result is that nobody wants to buy and she has the privilege of staying in her home but only be- Â¬ cause it is unprepossessing She never grows attached to it as she did to those former homes where every leaf and bud had been cultivated by her own hands In fact she feels no special interest in the place and would as soon sell it as not while William unwise short sighted William fane es that she must be in failing health because she dont care to dig in the yard any more and he posts oft to the drug store and buys her a bottle of somebodys cele- Â¬ brated liver tonic I Just such strange creatures are men Or we will suppose that he does not actually sell his home but if he is con- Â¬ stantly talking of doing it and w sh ing for a purchaser the depressing effect on his familv will be just the j same If the mother has lost her en j thusiasm we can not expect to find any in the children who generally follow her lead m sucn matters ana thus tne all grounds with on their pleasant possi a look of neglect or take unsightliness that conveys a desolate look to the house itself Too many husbands place too low an estimate on the importance and in- Â¬ fluence of a handsome door yard and begrudge a dollor of outlay toward its embellishment forgetting that a one story cottage with a climbing rose or fragrant clematis covering a pretty porch comes nearer the ideal spot of beauty than its big two or three storied neighbor with its bald windows blink ing0 in the sun unshielded by the shadow of graceful leaves on the casement or a twining vine over the door Garry Owen Gaines in Country Gentleman Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ k- tistic Taste itrid Useful to the Farmer One of the iuo3t noticfeabte features of the farm lands in this Vicinity Where low hilte and valleys make the scenery beautiful is the stump fence There is an indeflniteness of outline and a wavy irregular ty of construction about a stump fence that entrances an artst of the Delsartian school but the stump fence here is the outgrowth of necessity arid not of artistic taste When the land was cleared it was fenced with rails and the ground be Â¬ the stumps was planted tween With corn and wheat and pota- Â¬ toes After a time the soft wood stumps such as basswood xotted awav but fifty seasons 6i rain and snow had no more eflect on the pifift stumps that dotted these fields than a J snnncr snower nas on a aucics toacK At first the farmers tried to bum out the stumps but the wood charred over and the fire went out and then the stump got waterlogged in the next rain and all the ingenuity of a Ver Â¬ mont Yankee couldnt setthem on fire after that The farmers tried blasting tinder the heart but a 1 STUMP FENCES Some ArÂ¬ A Creation Tint is Pleasing MAKING PITH AND POINT -- vast - A maa dowa East is laotrnvimgmZ StiP Mince Pie aettaKw what is in it Oil Ciiy Derrick We presume that if General Frjwfc Haiton journeyed to Russia W waEl become General Frank Hatteff Cut rent A thief causfet ia th act said to the ancient orator Demostheaes No-didnt know it was yosrs the reolv but vou knew it wge7t -r Golden Bays yours- The discovery has been made tkfc the world does not Tevolve with Uh same momentum it did a thousand years ago but tstillswings round fast enough to satisfy the maa witk a heavy bill coming due Chicaao Trib tH Sjfv L3 wft - -- - tine split it the two of fellowthree parts apparently as firmly em Â¬ fact was fully explained to herFressbedded as they were before Finally a passengers Detroit Free Nothing 2akes a man prouder than machine was devised for pulling out to find when he has got his gardea bodily the stumps which had res sted the elements for half a century It was nicely lad out and the seeds all in that a simple affair Three beams aoven every hen wthin a mile of him seems by eleven inches large and nineteen determined to have a claw in the jofe ar feet long were placed it the form of a and 3how him how she would haveher had consulted pyramid with their tops united in a ranged matters if he FdU Biter Advance heavy casting that had a big cast iron Then and Nor nut in its center These beams were suitably braced about one third of the He called rae Popsey Sweet Jd r When we began onr married IhVr way from the top A cast iron ecrew His eroidtns star his loveU Anett five inches in twelve feet long and His hope hid joy hla dariig fwn diameter ran down through thebignut These fond endearments are all oer in the easting and was prolonged by And though his heart BCdcubt is trae means of a heavy wrought iron rod to I hear those pretty Bases so more yoac within two feet of the ground where the rod terminate in two hooks When a stump was to be pulled this big frame was placed over it Then a hole was dug under the largest visible root and a big chain was put under the root and secured to tne nooks on the screw rott An able bodied horse was then hitched to a long lever connected with the nut at the top of the timber frame When the horse began to travel around the frame the screw began to rise and something had to give way-- That something was usually the stump but occasionally the chain broke or tho As the screw stripped its threads stump raised the dentist as the man who managed the machine was calle d walked around it and jabbed a big iron crowbar down through the sod Thats to let the air into the hoi low sad Farmer Kelly one of the best known stump dentists of the coun-Â¬ ty yesterday as he repeated the operation around the roots of a big stump that slowly rose out of the ground Wed be lifting against fifteen pound3 to the s mare inch lies des the weight of the stump if we were to make a vacuum down there you know As the stump came out of the ground a chain called a wrapper was put around it and the screw rod to keep t from canting over and then all hands virorouly cleaned the d irt from the roots with picic and crowbars that werd spoon shaped at one end We get 6125 for each stump pulled and put in the fence The best days work on record is 2125 the wort one stump That was six feet in di- Â¬ ameter and weighed about two tons It 1 f ted more dirt than I can estimate w th it When the stump is out and cleaned it i3 trimmed a bit and then roilea on to a sort of a mud boat and dragged to the fence line The broad flat tangle of roots faces out from the field to be fenced ami forms a barrier that no breach ng colt or critter ever The manufacturer tries to pass charges 160 for the iron parts of the machine and if tho purchaser has not the skill to make the wooden parts he can buy them all ready for business Within the last few for 40 more years dynamite has been used with con s derable success to shatter the old stumps but it s dangero is to handle and makes a goo many failures leav Â¬ ing the stump partly split and more difficult to pull tnan before- - Besides that a shattered stump is no good for Stump machines came in fencing when rail fences rotted out and they fill the vacancy cheaply and eflectual lyWillinh X Y Cor A Y Sun Â¬ 1 of a iSS open ST and leave machine has at last bea put ia ye g0 smart o to see it trot chnerr httt we want around the office huntuig sorts and stealing leads before we take much stok in it Chicago Ledger dude who fell oS a New York ferry boat offered any one who would save his life 150 The offer was fiaal Iv arnented bv an old woman who otafloQt w It is sad that a successful type- - r- - rht -r-- A tcrtosetnp --ppI- J - - - For now he calls ae Say there Judge Did you witmess tbe aeei Witness dent I did Judge SLcWitness what distance At Jwdga ty seven feet and nine inches How do you know so exactly Well I knew that I woaia Witness be summoned and I prepared myself for all the foolish questioss that I knew would be put to me in a court of law-- r -- UndependenL AN ECUADORIAN What Landlord want you to fix it Tenant The mart who caused it occupies the floor above sneezed Some people think Landlord Well because thev pav twenty two dollars a month- rent thev can -carry on just as If -tr - i 2T 1 xvumsui tney iiveu in a i 1 i- Tenant to owner ot East Side Har-Some of the plaster ia ay lemfiat kitchen fell down last night and J X Y Telegram K uiy- CJTY Some of tke PecHllaritie Whicii IMstlR galah the City of Guayaiil t The London Ragamuffin complain- - I I i The genuine ragamuffin will never He never expects or even hopes that hs condition will improve he is as much a fatalist as the Turk I once asked an interesting little boy with a pale careworn face and an inÂ¬ telligent expresson if he had ever won- Â¬ dered why it was that he had nothing but rags why it was he had vno boots and sometimes no bread to eat while I had plenty of everything He look-Â¬ ed up at me with a calm patient express on as much as to say I have never wondered at such things Tell me I persisted have you ever thought about this d flerence Its the Lords will he repl ed tritely r but ho seemed reluctant when I pressed him to explain what he understood by the Lords will- - At last in a tirajdV hurried voice he said It is all the Lords doing this way you are grand like and dress nice and lives in a bg house and you have a planner and and he looked round the room that he might enumerate all our titles to consideration and a sofv so the Lord sees as how you are gentlefolks and He think lots of such 1 ke as you But we are very poor we are Mother pawns the blankets and father beats mother and swears awful We aint got no Sundav things were all raggety so the Lord dont take much English Illustrated notice on us Magazine A Georga man paid a forty dollar fine imposed npoa him for failing to appear as a juror rather than acknowl- edge that he was over jury age TX remove rust Take one part of sulphur to two parts of tripoli care full mixed and laid ou Wih a soft leathejr iV There is no fresh water in town but all the people use is brought on rafts i from a place twenty miles up the riven and is peddled about the place in casks carried upon the backs of donkeys oe men The donkeys all wear pantate tes not however from motives of modesty as the native children all go entirely naked and the men andwoaca nearly so but to protect their legs aad bellies from the gadfly which bitea fiercely here-- Bread as well as water is peddled about the town iu the same way but vegetables are broughtdowrt the river on rafts and in dugouts t which are hauled up on the beach in lo ig rows and present a bu3y and in-teresting scene Guayaquil s famous for the finest pineapples in the world great juicy fruits as white as snow and as sweet as honey It is also famous for its hats and hammocks made of the pita fiber a sort of palm- - The well known Pan Â¬ ama hats are all made in Guayaquil but get their name because Panama merchants formerly controled tfce trade They are braided under water bv native women of strands often twelve and fifteen feet long and fine A woman ones are very expensive often takes two and three weeks to braid a single hat whch sells for five or six dollars and wears forever 1 saw a nac in uuayaquu wuicn is sum to be worth 250 It wag made of sr single straw or fiber as fine as thread and as soft as silk and tke womaawho made it was engaged four months in the work The qumine trade has almost died out as the forests of IScuador have 5 been stripped of the bark aad tie trees havetbus beendestroyed- - Istfeew tme the trees have been iat odaced into the East Indies brthe British Gov Â¬ Â¬ ernment where they have been cultivated with great success tnus securing a better quality of quinine witk lese trouble Quinine or Peravkta back was discovered by the Jesuits ol Eea dor in 1630 and was named olilf after3 the Cosntess df Ckia chona the wfe of the Viceroy Gf-chona aqiiil Cor Cliicago Inter Oceom Clews AH Around A boy aboat twelve ported to a policemaa -- jftaokLrAft-t3ecday- - house nader very jyseric stances The sum of twty re dJ ekiaa-Ta- on a lars which wa3 ia bracket hud take wias Were aay of tfce dors or wlaitewjt tound open asked tie oeer ewenhi No Any visitors - that a robbery had MK-a W I j Y litrald have taken it --No e And you haveat pfckei mgMMtj clews eh tliwMfe troafcle sir Thats the clews till yoe caat Test I wafckf dad tWpftg I off and camp out cribbed the moaey Bad get to Ch cago and mam tkiks imrmmm- Maim the boodle mer wrap aad dad sv afc flawy d ThJrad1 jpA them ducats s gorag t be xarri4 aarfwli mmL dad aad mana and ffliw a raked in tW stake te g mm feefcfa i tour Tell yo what mil tor whmtl fe yWtiJL see howiaaay stew a wmnymami on a little xttxlous to kfceJw wlwcC N8eTf 3t ok - ia tfe kowwieMiii - T ad watl taiwi fr sr caii ft - tiiffWnJwiNhfc - 2 zJ3 w nA lv V T AjLii V V p-- yr S - JHHit Bif imi immi ijm nd Tin a ir A VW i -- Ar -- - - - iiiiiiiiijLi t - -- sEfriafiF jilrTileT M3 Wv tne coiisnunwra not was deliver Ur Countv Su- - Mtycver Ab JS UUU priun V HI Weilt - ever Saw 11 penmenuent W returning j j ia It 1 lUIIII UIVtU ir UVJ Erteie4 at e Haael Greea Posioftee as thanks to the people Onenimr ndtlress line found clueflvm the immense volume 2 B Hays of Hazel Green jgtHid elass wail matter I by Prof 0 C Denniston was appointed seereUiryr I of tlieireneraLstzitute - which is sold2t for 4n T Tt sj K icenn assistant bet auiry ana r n oi SE wwett its iftf wrywitk stick iImkuc drcuatioi Ik in nenber of the cgAtatuite Bow any- and jWMifC it therefore tt 7 ImxIv not havinir access to these pubuea- i Avva Arnianuure were aiiuuiuwu a wm- THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM i i Xttsteni Ken tacky auitl Ue rates are la iMfclt cltarped by otaerri T 4Herrsfit6ft t ar tlwfe wr witt fc tk airr ree4 Editor of The Hazei Gukkx HKnAiJ Louisville Commercial 1 r i Laeriires nml TJliiIiiitw HTffltr5S t At WOWUIl iVY AUg ACKTONv t VOUIlg Updll The COtlOU Ot Changing rretcnt Fartjcipatins the constitution 111 JveilLUCKV IS a IUree great rciuciuuw limb a ujiuu auiuu u WnvniV T7vnncr trwwwitiaosey hr v c u xnav n yote l ktteriKH ofice laon i T Music by M tr B Haws Prnver hy tllOV KnOW notllinif iimm WIS ui L AT i vuicr ah iuuuu mcjc vi anr mu i T- - m wint aOK tt CIbl IwhMj Mocyeut i juiuauii Aiurr viiiciiiui iiiiuiuuri i i uu u j yu u iu reau L rrri - r MENIFEE TEACHERS INSTITUTE1 The Late Election a Farce The 1 Fountain of Youth Found Hor-v-iv-- ate iw adclre - u T-ix-l- - nc tu ui T- -- A-- i--- - -- I wusq i A THE HEIIALD -- TApbTM iffeeLon ir VI i -j fr fr F 3 J If Ik KV X- -- Lit L 1 i uu uiulii iiiiiiti tiu tuuiu ui liiiiliiii iut ncti ijvvi uunoiaitu iui felt nor how much longer he might have Leaf Tobacco Live Stock and ail kinds Country Produce them Enrollment of Editou SPENGES COOPER z average voter without lived I have been led to these reflec teachers Beading programme fur even- Â¬ Not only is the to the printed constitu- Â¬ tions by the sudden rejuvenation of mv taken in exchange for Goods or in settlement of Notes and Acconnta access J T r DAi al Â¬ convenient ing work Lecture on teaching the jYour trade is respectfully solicited HAZEL CKEEN KT tion but an immense element of the old friend Wellington Payne Esq of aaMM3kac WEDNE5DAYALTGUST 39 1SS5 phabet by the Instructor population cm not read it The latest Lexington and by the great benefit that E B MAY Adjourned for dinuor J C SWANGO figures show more than a quarter of a mil Â¬ I myself received in the few days spent Music Lecture on the different meth- Â¬ ods of teaching the alphalct continued lion of persons in Kentucky over the age there Really if the proper steps were taken by the Instructor discussed by teachers of ten wholly unable to read Many and you might have a most delightful COCXTi JU1GE popular summer resort at Hazel who claim this accomplishment read E sbrthcutt C C Denniston J M We re autfeomed to announce G B Adams and others Arithmetic iirst with too much difficulty to understand Green Let the water of Swango Spring W as SW4KGO auWiteto for reflection the stejs with lecture by Instructor diseuss-ed-b- y such a document as the State constitu- Â¬ he thoroughly analyzed by DrPeter of the action of Lexington and let its virtues be publish Â¬ Couitr JB4ge saVject C C Denniston II P Dale Jo tion Very many of this illiterate class ed ewecratic jartye to those in search of a quiet and CINCINSTATI X arc voters Yet these are expected to MAYTOWN KY Catron and T Spencer Beccss SVe are autborized to announce X C express at the polls their opinion of the healthful retreat and its success is as- out- Â¬ Music by Mrs Hays Grammar candHlatc for the office of Keep constantly on hand everything kept in a first class coim try store We do SWAKGO calling of a convention to change the or-- sured FOLiilB Wolfe subject to action of lines with lecture by Prof Hays discuss-ed-b- y iMiiio litv iif tTin fitifo Count v jH4ef I am glad that you have a line of not secure trade by misrepresention but by fair and honest dealing We carry 6 H DEAN KITE C C Denniston and Elmer Xorth deWeratic party the Nobody knows how many persons in stages to and from the depot It is a cuttT Adjourned until Wednesday morn Â¬ COtTSTY CLKUK Importers and Jobbers Kentucky are entitled to vote Yet the grand improvement on paying two prices The Largest and Best Stock of Goods and sell for We are authorized to announce DA ing law provides that the constitution can tor a very poor riding horse and then Wednesday MohniinG Exercise Least Money of any House in Town - IN r for rc TID HOGG a candidate county eleetiou as subject to Wolfe Music by Mrs K B Hays Prayer be changed only with the consent of a laying a fellow three more prices to ride We have also connected with our business CoaBt Clerk of his owner When the asses lim majority WJ M- - Adams Heading of programme sors in a of the voters make reports ofÂ¬ sUigesback tothe iron horse Dont stop the sctioaof the Democratic jiirty plunges along until single county ciKCurr for Wednesday Geography first steps A First Class Steam Flouring and Saw rdill the number of voters differing by 1000 a pathway of steel making in a few We are authorized to announce W P with lecture by Instructor discussed by minutes what at best is now a tedious and will guarantee satisfaction Respectfully c ELKINS a candidate for re election an Cir Â¬ teacliers Primary reading with lecture within two consecutive years it will be trip of some hours Wishing your town Wolfe coHnty subject to ac by Instructor discussed byC C Dennis Â¬ seen what a farce is the counting on a cuit Clerk f negative side of a question such an in- Â¬ and county and especially The Herald SWANGO MAY tios of defflocratic party Becess ton and Jo Catron definite population Assessors are paid much prosperity I remain vour old authorized to announce A F Music by Mrs Hays Composition We are H W cor Pear art Watatf WBc G B SWAXGO T SWANGO BYRD a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk with lecture bv Prof ileury II el ion dis Jo cents tor every name they can add to friend of Wolfe coastr sbject to the action of the cussed by several teachers After which their lists and every one of these names The boiler at the ice factory in Lex-Â¬ democratic jwrty O Instructor gave his method of teaching are counted as a vote against progress ington exploded on the 14th wrecking unless it is found on the poll books on We are authorized to announce THOS composition Dinner the engine house and blowing the engina candidate for C JOUNSON Clerk of Wolfe the oSce of Music by Mrs Hays Lecture on pen- the other side LE03ST CO eer some 20 feet but he was unhurt county sub Clrcatt Ceart There is no means of bringing any sub- Â¬ Loss manship by W O B Reiny discussed about 2500 deaitus ik ject to the actios of the democratic party by Elmer Xorthcutt C C Denniston ject before all the people of the State at ASSESSOR DesMoines Miss Emma Lockhart and Instructor any given time The majority of the There was a slight We are authorized to announce W G Object of a recitatioiwith ieetureby In- Â¬ population is a rural one In half of the Iowa on the 13tlK frost at T fRITKY a candidate for the otfice of discussed by H Helton and oth- Â¬ area of the State the means of communi Asaeasor of Wolfe county subject to action structor HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY ers Advanced geography with lecture by cation even among people ot the same i of democratic party county is limited Forty counties are AND Instructor Iveecss COtTXTY ATTOEXEY KKEIS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A PUIT ASSOUTEENT OF so that the printing Â¬ without newspapers We are authorized to announce J C - Music b Miss Lou Kash School gov- press can not be used to appeal to the in- Â¬ TVCEXS candidate for the office of Couu- ernment with lecture by Instructor dis- terest of very many voters This is one Staple arfd Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing In Sheep Russia and Turkey Bindings tv Attorney of Wolfe subject to action of cussed by Henry Helton C C Dennis of the greatest obstacles toward getting Hats Caps Boots Shoes Oueensware Tinware ton and Elmer Northcutt Discussion the democratic partyr iiiifffllfiSSiiBrhTiffi SUPEKIKTENTJEXT of querries Music Adjourned until the people of the State to act in concert SCHOOL Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ t5p nHEsiitMQl on any measure S V cor PEARL AND YINIvSriIEETff X 8 oclock A 3i Thursdav We arc authorized to anuounce H Hence an attempt to get a popular vote ies Stoves and Farming implements TnuitsDAY Mouxixg Exercise for School Superin HORTON a candidate In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOM PllICES Music on constitutional revision means that Prayer by J M Adams tendent of Wolfe county subject to action CINCINNATTp of thedeEaocratic party Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due us all kinds of Practical grammar with lecture by In- Â¬ men who never saw the constitution not read if placed in to anuounce JOX Country Produce and Live Stock of eAery description Were authorizedfor the office of School structor discussed by C C Denniston Â¬ men who canmen who cmit not be informtheir hands gpr K HOSE a candidate H S Helton and Elmer Northcutt BeiM Superintendent of Wolfe county subject to cess Music Lecture on fractions by ed that a vote is to be taken and even the action of the democratic party Avrru C C Denniston discussed bv Instructor men who do not exist are counted against SURVKTOU the measure even if a large majority of and H S Helton Dinner We are authorized to announce H B Afternoon exercise Music Fractions those who are informed and interested KASH 2 caadidate for Surve or of Wolfe outline by C C Denniston and Instruc- Â¬ on the subject those who elect our State county sabject to action of the democratic tor Physiology and hygeine with lec- Â¬ officers and the legislature favor a The Unabridged is now supplied at a small adCO party ditional cost with DESISONS IMrOETEKS ANIJ JOBBEK3 OT ture by Instructor discussed by II S change and there is no known intelligent PATENT REFERENCE INDEX Recess Music Bcmarks for opposition to it Helton making The careless and the ignorant classes Tho greatest improvement in bookyears that An English syndicate recently visited the interest of schools of Menifee county lias been made in a hundred and- will do it in The Cut gives butan incomplete idea of its utility Is now manufacturing Ten different styles of Plain and Fancy Wrought Iron Fencing and Dry Breckinridge county to loot after cannel by I M Vanarsdell J H Williams and thus -rule the State They are ready to take contracts for putting up same Persons wanting a strictly Wrought even- State where they form a large ele- Â¬ THE STANDARD coalmines they own theje They returned Prof Has Discussion by querries ment of the population Iron Fence and that the best in the Avorld can buy no other AVc also make a style Tulrd Eace and Popular gov- Â¬ b it has 118000 TrTI WebsterEncravinjjs andWords adapted to enclosing country burying grounds Our Fences are not only the most sul t-V promise to visit this Music Adjourned until rnday a 3r ernment without intelligent citizenship a Kew to England but UrJEiJL 3000 Friday Morning Exercise TJnion Stceets itautial ut the handsomest CAcr made and a yard enclosed by otic of them is greutlv IJiotrrnpliiciil Dictionary State again about Oct 1st at which time Our Machine Department is supplied with the most motl- Prayer by J M Adams School or-Â¬ cm never be a success In this fact is Standard in Govt Printing Office enhanced in beauty and value CINCINNATI O 32000 copies in Public Schools acres of ganization with lecture by Elmer North- found the strongest argument for the rn machinery ami our workmen cannot be excelled in skill experience or honest per-they purpose buying 500000 bale o to A ot any otner series formance of their duties We HEPAIll ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY and make a M education of the masses coal lands in Eastern Kentucky and cutt dicussed bv H S Helton J tl Crn aid to make a Family intellif ent JEjJS JL Jest help for SCHOIVKS specialy of HATS CAPS GLGYESL Adams C C Denniston II P Dale T Senator Becks Opinion open up this section of the State with a Spencer B F Cox J B Clark J F RS and SCHOOLS TJEACin vCovington Commonwealth Webster is Standard Authority with the TJ S net work of railroads This is glorious Catron County Superintendent V C S Supreme Court Keeoinmondcd bv the State No other shop outside of Iouis ille cau say the same Cd Senator Avas in Chicago the other Schools in 3G States and by over 50 news for our people and we hid those in- Â¬ Taylor Miss Laura Ponder J H Wil- Â¬ day He Beckasked by an ffraw mill men willondo well to calltoon iuj or write for information Avas Inter Ocean Supts ofPresidents College Tim Old Pelflilc application Catalogues furnished terested God speed in the undertaking liams and J M Oliver Lecture by In- Â¬ reporter A LIBRARY IN ITSELF Becess Music by Mrs Hays Democrats quarreling any in Kentucky The latest edition in the quantity of matter it Those of our citizens wishing to sell laud j structor T BEAItf History with lecture by Instructor Yes quarreling all the time Quarreling contains is believed to be the largest volume will find it to their interest to communi Djnncr published It has 3000 more Words in its vo among ourselves Too many of us We are cabulary than arc found in any other Am Dicty cate with us Method of teaching history discussed divided over local matters and these prima Comer Pearl and Vfne CinciBBati woultl and nearly 3 times tho number of Engravings by Elmer NorthcuttTH S Helton Jo ries raise so much disturbance that there is It is tho best practical English Dictionary here express tlieir thank3 for past favors to disturbance of the time On extant London Quarterly Rcvieio Wat 3L Gay a prominent cattle deal- Â¬ Catron C C Denniston ArithmeticIn- Â¬ a family aflairs we aremost right and harmo all their old customers and still ask a con Â¬ national all schoollongitude and time with lecture by er of Bourbon lias caught several citi- Â¬ structor discussed by teachers Becess nious There is some little conte t for Fed It Is an ever present and reliable Herald tinuance of their trade S master to the whole family DEALER eral offices and the necessary ill feeling conG CO Pubrs Springfield Mass C MERftlAM zens of that county for large sums and Music Orthogrophy with lecture by sequent upon the disappointment We always keep a good stock andtTcIe of those Among his victims Instructor Discussion by querries Or- who fail to get tbeni gone to Canada Jim Fant with his good looks trill ai all High Senator Beck is about right There times be ready to tvait upon yon C Smith 3300 Charley Butler thogrophy discussed by Elmer NorthareH DICKEY Thos Wood- Â¬ cutt H S Helton and Instructor Ad- are too many democrats in Kentucky itsItuv Joux J August 4th Principal begint 2000 John Evans 4000 1SS U iUUj sixth term Student PRAJOCLMN A nomination is ordinarily cquialeut to journed until 7 A 3f Saturda- J any Instrumental ford 4000 Edward and Cale Brown election Saturday Morn i ng Exercise Corrupt measures are often re- Â¬ can enter atHoardtime Aery reasonable musit is taught at rates NO 10 MAIN STREET AIT STERLING KY 1500 Elijah 3foore 1500 and An Â¬ Music Lecture by Instructor Eng- sorted to by the managers committee A LnmARY of W0 volumes recently donate1 lish grammar discussed by H S Helton men and their strikers to secure the by friends and the principals private libradrew Thompson 2000 in of and Instructor Teachers must educate nomination of their favorites Thisgi ah s ry free to students The schools past re18 Tine Strict Cincinnati Ohio CLOCKS FROM ONK 100 DOLLAR- - UP by the Instructor Titos C Johkson announces himself themselves Beading on the competency occasion for dissatisfaction Avhicli in cord is its best assurance for the future turn proAokes controversy and a close ALT TSOrr Lecture by Instructor SMITH One Dav Clock strike 2 00 lor the circuit coart clerkship in to days of teachers Resolutions read ami adopt watch upon party management There Ladies Will Find at Miss H S Hoylj Eight Day Clock u The type on which this- paper It printed - from the above foundry Snrroit Uekazji paper He held the office of county ed Institute adjourned to meet again is nothing wrong in this the party is A fine black kid glove at 16 Li rhtoii clerk one term alxut ten years since and in the Menifee County Teachers Associ- none the Aorse for it When the time kids 125 4 buttou Silk and Lisle thread SOLID SILVER WATCHES 1 g 00 B comes to meet the common enemy Ave gloves in black and colors lluchings h is therefore acquainted with the routine ation Aug C29th DENNISTON Secv crepe leiss and muslin muslin at 25 cents r C are all there iu line work and requirements o a circuit clerk W 0 B Bamy Asst Secy box Infants muslin honucts 30 cents up jKd Particular attention paid to llcpairing Call nnd see iua-- goods Hrrxn Corsets in great Aarieiy Plated Jewelry u hon- Â¬ Another Kentucky Vendetta Bcinga lawyer of ability he will do JOHN W JONES pins and eardrops in sets from 1 up Jice A or to the position if elected and will go The Menifee Count Institute met at says dispatch from London Aug 8th pins Mourning Jewelry in sets from 5 ets News has reached here of a bloody to the primary with a large number of Frenchburg Aug 4th the following encounter in Leslie between tA o aa oiiicii up Collar buttons 30 to 50 cts in gold and to teachers being present B F Cox C C Avhich silver feilver Klune stonc combs ESTABLISHED IN J votes proved to be the kindling of a fire 600 Hair ornaments in gofd silver shell Denniston J H Wells J O NickellB WHOLESALE Avhich has SAVept over that section taking and jet Hold necklaces 3 to 5 each 11 Clark J M AdamsH is an F Besor J Indies hand John M Rose of Stillwater P Dale Turner Spencer Garrett Combs the Ifcvcsjof seA eral citizens and disturb- Â¬ Coral bracelets 25 tts per pr of hair work All kinds up Dry Bouaced as a candidate for the office of B F Peck Elmer Northcutt J F Cat-Â¬ ing thepeace and quietude of others satchels Oij the occasion referred to Irvine Hos done to order Draids made from combing OF MT county school superintendent Mr Rose ron W O B Bemy H S Helton Lida We sell braids man John A Carter 729 731 and 733 daughter Avas riding home on a at 50 cts per ounce James G Carter interest of French Lucy French Lucinda Kash kinss and met Man Muitcy who at once from long even hair at to 10 gray 5 to is a clever gentleman has the Total Assets of Agency 10 SI43 Orders bv mail proiuptlr attended to tage Emma Lockhart Louie mule 80 DA Forline piAIN STREET the schools at heart and if elected he Eva AnnanMollie E Denniston Laura commenced stoning her causing the nude Cor Church Upper AKXIXGTOX KY 1885 Royal of Livcqmol 31000000 00 18G1 London and Lancashire Jo C Bethel Lockhart 1S3G Lierpool and London to throAv her and then Avhipped her bad- Â¬ will make a good officer Everybody Ponder and Sallie Lockhart of Liverpool oidooo 00 J G Carter Jr LOUISVILLE KY Highest Konor and Globe of England 36f575000 00 1S10 Hartford of Hartford 4ri41240 00 We the committee on reso- ly On the evening following se eral having been a prominent VBOWTHK knows him he Whereas British ot Springfield B GREEN Â¬ parties supposed to he the Hoskins fam- Â¬ Worlds IZcpositioti 1S09 North of England Mercan- 33301000 00 1849 Springfield Fuml of Calf- - 25ST33 00 tile Ban for years and lie will go to the pri lutions in behalf of the tcachegiof Men- Â¬ ily and Morgans lt53 Firemensi FOK of Hoskins l WITH reifee county assembled 1794 Ins Co of North America 1473026 00 arv with a large following WHITE GREEN HTJFFAXElt of Philadelphia P71finfi 33 i860 Northwesteni Nationals spectfully submit the foOjMfrnig resolu- Â¬ appeared on the hill near Muncys house 1154530 00 W holoale Dealers Iu and fired from ambush rsulting in the 1710 Sun Fire Olliceof London aStS000 1750 Niagara of New York tions to wit 1874035 00 jg 53S391G 4C 1865 Boatmans Pittsburg George Poxlin claiming to be from AWABDED ofTO 17S2 Phcuix of London Resolved 1 That we tender our thanks wounding of Wilson ami Frederick Cor 411499 00 RSMITH the EWW Insuranee in order to be reliable must be guaranteed bv successful and Aveli known R615 West Main Street yhte Menifee county banded a woman in Lex Â¬ to Prof N B Hays and his estimable nett and John Muney Jr Wilson prob EDUCATION COMMERCIAL COLLEGE wife for the able instruction and inter- Â¬ ably mortal h the ball taking effect in Kentucky University Lexington Ky corporations thepolicies of doubtful or experimental companies being dear at anvpriec J B Green ington a 20 bill to have changed and J A Hunaker LOUISVILXri K About 100 shots Avere ex- Â¬ students cos begin Â¬ his thigh day during the yesr gave her 1 for her trouble It proved esting manner in which they have con- changed and many of them Avere from Ho pasation Time any weekthe Full Diplumi nuiuu The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as thev complete ducted the Institute and cm truthfully would a banker or a person avIio is to 10 wW Average total laclndioc Tal to Imj a 2 bill which had been raised by and cheerfully testify that Ave have been rifles Irvine Rebecca Haywood Felix Cuof- Set bouBooks aad Board in a fatally cost Telegraphy paramount consideration of insurance hold their funds in trust Look to qnalitr as the of Valuable Farm for Sale 90 Respectfully Phonography atl Type Writing rclaUf litcriiry HOFFMAN wherever the figure two ap- profitably entertained by their earnest Waco Thomas and Polly Jane Hoskins Courae free Ladles received oxer 6000 Succeeafol a cipher Office At Traders and Deposit Bank Graduates Orer ilO pupil last jcar from 15 to war of Morgan have ra1 KnoAvn as the tTIimrfor saie practiccllr abd ioditiduallr Inttructiou c frum M tale peared Officers arrested him and he and untiring cfibrts in trying to promote and ArmildaTaylor Morganbeen arrested imjxrorj br 10 tcaeber SpecialU course for Tracberr i Baii Holderby plaee and supposed to cause of education in our county and Wilson and was locked up on the charge of counter-Â¬ the iih Km University Diploma prrM sted to its aduas Tiii Uautif al citr U noted r iu Lcalthfclcess aod aocietj and we heartily recoinmendxhem to the people be the guilty parties are still at large B F McCormick Containing Acre jr Cox M on lea Ucs railroads feiting Tbe Taxt Booic which rcceivM tbe HirhMt award at the of Menifee and adjoining counties as a lying mner below Hel At it Again in Letcher Worlds Exposition fur iu KxtemUe Practical and Com Green on the state roau Tliis gentleman t ami a lady in every respect ireini rttem of BuinM Edueatiou nsed only at this MODEL PLANING MILL A dispatch from Whhcsburg on the CoUege e It Is tbt ebrapest College withisttr bfgbrt endorse fanhas ph FROZEN CREEK Joseph Desha Picket imparts the hap Â¬ conipetcnrand Avorthy of their patronage uaraatees success iu buinr 11th states that there Avas a big fight on Mrift ind tirculir au1 full pattlcuKr to It derviuCTada - Kentucky Breathitt County or arr its PreMent A Cood 2 Story Frame Dwallin py information that the per capita for as educators and Institute instructors the 10th betAAcen the Jones and Wright iius f WILBTTE K SSIITE IiinKton Ky 2 That to W C Taylor our worthy factions at the head of Elkhorn in LetchDAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED 1885 6 white and colored will be 165 containiHgo rooiTbesiJes3ritcheii mix- the finest line in both qualitvand variety of superintendent Ae return our thanks for er county They fought with pistols iwi weu Mnaica 0 tiC it an increase of 10 cents over hist vear his kindness to us and for his untiring and Winchester rifles and it Avas a regu- Â¬ -- i Manufacturers of and Dealers m icr anu nae snnnf wtirfT t dance of pare stock water an orchard effort to give us a pleasant and at the lar pitched battle The Jones faction SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS ef Burton Terret waylaid and killed Mar Â¬ same time a profitable meeting and for Rough and Dressed Lumber Doors w UMrmg appie trees of assorted wiakr led by Clabe Jones from Avhat can be and summer frnft Tangaad tfiriirr ever brought to the mountains and will sell tin Lauderback at Flat Rock Bourbon Ids encouragement to us in our great learned surrounded the Wright or Hall barn and ont bailifinjgss about 100 acreswt HAZEL GPuEEN KY them cheaper than the same class of goods Avorkof educating the youth and recom- Â¬ faction and ordered SASH BLINDS coMnty on Thursday last Â¬ bottom Iaadwood sUteTf csrftivit of the latter to surrenSSEpUorse Shoeing a Specialty Buggies can be had elsewhere in Eastern Kentucky mend him to the people of Menifee coun Â¬ der This the Hall faction refused to wagons and all kinds of Farm Tools made ty as AD ALL KHTDS OF BL UDIXG MATERIAL unpreTed WAleladHdithereiMAiWaS Money Saved Is Money Made Th Scoolmaster of our Republic j holds anmn worthvthe rositionhe noAV do and the battle opened The Halls and repaired in the best manner acres timbered of tvhfk lKl acres Therefore be wise and place your monev When our republic rose 2Sbah Webt is That the teachers of this Institute ere outnumbered and after a sharp fight MT STERLING KY ed with Tery Snest wkkand Wfc Avhere it Avill do vou the most good eter became its schoolmaster I here had stnder their thanks to ex Superintendent took to the bruah but not until fiA e or ncn sad proaHctive aad WHlerlakTwtt WILL SELL YOlT MORE GOODS FOR six of their men were Aounded The sever beea a CTeai nation with a umver JOE1ST OND DOLLAR than anybody We mean ana an Fine Bituminous CoaL HAZEL GREEN KY aal language without dial ects The York- - jasu so deep anme citizens wno nave Jones party captured Hank Sizemore all Ave say and if you are at all doubtful call Price 4500 shown interest in us and the and Miles Bates What disposition will cmh aW rctnaradrlji one and two vears PossieR wtirewaa oaa not now tait to a man L cause of education at our new store and satisfy yourself that Are DEALEIi IX be made of them is not knoAvn but the froaa Cornwall The peasant of the Li haAeAvhatyou Avant all you need and Avill onceoareaonMctei 4 That M to Purchase can gariaa Appennines drives his goats home Oliver to Judge I MJ Vauarsdall Jwho general impression is that they aa HI be iiIakes and repairs all kinds of Farming not ask the earth moon and stars for iu II C J us Williams and others Tools Buggies and Wagons Our store is a bran new one located at O Mize at Hazel Greea at evaaiap over hills that look dowii on have given H such valuable assistance Ave gotten rid of the wkr signed at Stantoa Horse Shoeing Arill receive especial atten- the mouth of Frozen creek Immediately ori six proviaces none of whose dialects he are under obligations and will cosntrKvTl MOUNT STERLING KY the banks of the Kentucky VIver and tlie Why the Negro Doesnt Rise retion ever my - in j W MAPJII can speak Here five thousand miles stock in it is bran spankiu new also con- Â¬ Atlanta Constitution cJaaagesottkesoandofaword Around member them Aith feelings of kindest sisting in part of COACHERS AND ROADSTERS A SPE- QEO E TTJCRT Bishop Turner a leading colored man Hazel Green High School every fireside and from every tribune regard 5 That to C C Denniston and W O has written a letter in Avhich he adAises CIALTY WITH Dry Goods fioiions Clothing Hals i every seta o icer ana every iactorv B Remy Ave extend our thanks for the the young men of his The Trustees of this institution have BLOOa GQL3SMifr TACHAU to leave the nice f toil is heard the saie tongue We i- Any oue wishing to visit Cincinnati aain secured the services of Prof X B Boots Shoes Hardware owe it to Nfoh Websters Spelling Book gentlemanly and scholarly manner in towns and cities and seek homes on the HAYS and the third term wili commence or Louisville can leave their horses with Manufacf c which they have discharged their duties Government lands in the West He infers JiMms f aad Dictionaries He has done for ns as secretaries of this AUGUST 31ST 1SS5 and continue ten 10 No store in this section would be complete me and rest assured that thev will receive Institute thinks the senile nature of the employ- Â¬ montlis C42 aad 614TiMaui St TfTrifrrtr r sore than Alfred did for England or 6- - That this Institute now 11 oclock ment in which a majority without having everything for the accom Â¬ CVrl aJe5fcio5r b tiered fed groomed of the negroes bolxciting vour custom I reHazel Green is the most desirable loear modation of tint people hence Ave carry Cmubs for Greece His books ha ve ed a St time of funeral of Gen 73 and 75 Wbohtcr Su NEW YOWC onrs truly main Grant are engaged degrades and strips them of tion in the mountains of Eastern Kentuckv JOHN KEEF caied three generations They are for adjourn in respect to that ceremony all ambition The Bishop says you may and noted for the advantages it has in s- - sr coxae Staple and Fancy Groceries ever atiiliiplying his InnHmerabfe army of x v xxzcms 7 That the proceedings of this Insti-Â¬ take the brightest young man In Georgia churches temperance socictv in such abundmce and variety tVwfrerg who will transmit his name including Co tute be published In The Hazel Green and let him come out of Harvard or anil health dour meal baon salt cofiee sugar c COMBS fc VATJGH3f age to age Oaly two men have This Wholesale Dealers ia Yale with a diploma as large as a bed j are not school presents advantages which that we can sell them very cheap osTwill ex2sew World whose fame Is Herald equalled in the State in many par oh the M country produce out atter coots and it future is destined sre to laei Columbus its discoverer Turner Spencer J EvaAdams B F Cox sneer months at ne nas pmckedJEIbuse lor ticulars our countrv which will be to work a change ivith yo i for Us Must Pay Us Dry Goods MstiQRS and Fancy Goods Laura Ponder Armantage and three Those Cwng the Kimball his good to felt kai WaAIwrtow its saviour Webster 3Iollie E Denniston Committee 15 and 7L7 West 3Tiin Street manhood is gone forever Terms reasoaabfe for both tuition and and Avell have no monkeying about the 4 wHl he ite great teacher and these AND UYE STOCX OE XLL XISDr hoard For terms c applv to matter Itespe jtfully c Belween 7th and Sh XOUISVILLE KY vmr jnatiyvw vrSgra SGet your printing doiicj at this office f gSJrGel your paper atthis oMBe Prof N B HAtS Principal June 1 1SS5 DAY EROS Sepreseated ly J SMOCK - elMkre tke rkek x 1m1 family Hevoipape i Hy 4rree mrTT TJ I D fj Pi fitk 1 et cff Am nnr HinfrTihrPnnntnin tnmtmiA -I i j or loutii lias wen discovered at tne MEPCTTAN BEST ASSORTMENT OF GENERAL Swango Spring Avliat more is n ceded Cam in stock the LAHGEST AND 7Ti-tt- tli - prnerieuce OI mauv eirj in our line of pactlpv JlUiliH lVi DISK itv lilOJlli x TrvrtTMU tt ril A AM rt aaia ij w noiesue jumi jveuuii ia we busi uess we feel justified iu assertim to the trade botli p Ko- - ja tt t nfj nfnnrnMtrtns andiiiakc it to your interest to patronize us nT fir o La rn of tlo Eace Seventk wasted much tune in carclnn thro We have an iramese stock ofevexvUuos you want or need including tne uanamas and along the now erv i af f firtM4 r 4 iuuiitou uwmuuiuu p JMEEMIIII MMMMIM HAZEL GBBEN -- J i F- - DAY I THE J0HNSH1UJT8 utrROKTWholesalc ai 3 - 3d3 JW s KY3 GODS USE AN lt - ii CAKBETDTGv Gscg Streetainet T XliiitiiJLiiH A douot ll -- kwi DRY GOODS NOTIONS CLOTHING Soots Shoes Hats Caps Drugs Groceries Oueensware Hardware Saddlery Cutlery GincinTiatiQ LYTLE GO c 15 minutes 2Husic by 3Irs Hays MAY SWANGO Dealers in General Merchandise 96 Pearl St the ciuk Â¬ Queeiisware Glassware MARKS c Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SWANGO BRO Cincinnati GENEBAL MERCHANDISE WEBSTERS UNABRIDGED Ciothin W4 - Â¬ Â¬ CLOTH HOUSE J P ROaESS Â¬ PWP II M THE MT STERLING Â¬ IE FBUCB FHUJIT k Sill 1 Louis Stix Goods Go Notions - L Â¬ Gumming and Hammering Saws W Dickinson R Supt Mt Sterling Ky Â¬ HAT HOUSE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jackson School Â¬ Â¬ i JOHN W JOraES pifi UUl Ull iRipJnr id Silierwe - Largest Stock Clocks Eastern Kentucky TYPE - Â¬ Â¬ E ROBERTS -- 5v5- - 845 Carter Bros o 1 The Leading Insurance Agency STERLING KY Goods and Notions S 848780 TJ Â¬ intitute son-in-la- w yii Â¬ ED Â¬ Boots and Shoes J - tiHM Â¬ j DAY BROTHERS j 423 Â¬ PEANK TYLER Mccormick cox BLACKSMITH J T PIEEATT tit xi -- v3 AA KEEFy MflRit iet - BLACKSMITH i i- FIISTE Â¬ HORSES ta HerT Â¬ Pdl Â¬ 1 Â¬ r Sunday-- schools Bavis Mallory Â¬ illge --- General WeroharMtee iae M j cjoepioxr - v iSJi aatMaA Mbfiite- - M L Mt iM flAKL flKEEN Heuaid i5Hwmwj -- t Si MHOf -- w js - liceBecteMterlingwS iv I HafjHA Aiig 13 Some unknown mr III thief entered the house of A D Uarnetton Tmt Mmimi Mvaiic all the family were abseut Tar Ilidge while EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS BY opened a trunk and several boxes and laid COUNTIES X the contents out on the bed but did not want a nurpiwfjgnik iit In ererj eluded that the Apostle ranl was ncht take anything that could be missed It was vvoiie Jlir JTt when neither Correspondent hitt MeiiWSe Magoffin Pow- - IlflporteabyiSpocIal the Mountain from flesh lie said drink is good nor any to eat supposed that the search was for money All Points in wine nor to thing Estill Perry and FJovd In whereby thy brother stumblethor is offend- Â¬ ailThe teachers of Menifee county were well pleased with the way and manner -ed or is made weak Romans 1421 WOLFE COUNTY at ery potnt M fbe mountains KDTG in iliili PrnF TTti nf vnnr nvrn ronitiot- far ten to c Wm Toliver an industrious citizen df fed the institute atFrenchburg last week These springs are located Hwq qaartwrS ei fitr lmore Aug 15 Hello Garkev our community on Monday 10th inst re VJAI4 Shelby Kash of Frenchbunr gave us of a mile from the beaatfM twa f HmkI you man at Cedar Bluir we wniitvnn to riw ceived a very serious injury He was haul TlMtjrotiLC e we are always Greea Tha water contaiac a lamer per am mmM ie news every week that we mav know ing plank from Daysborough and his team a pleasant call last mii j ceatage ef iron than any other wtlar kaawn EM MM JMHue RtllWay r11 u in on in old Tazewell our native became unruly In trving to inauage them glad to see Shelby hence it is the nt9t vaJaafeJe ia ifc m f 1 -t everybody to take The he was thrown under their feet and dragged All people of the mountains of Ken- Â¬ UaVnl tiae 22 iBjHUkuu awTcr insn mV imV 3nd disease used iateraaliy er TTtriinWi w llfiKAM 1 for any Gtjii lz They could not spend ji- - toeuer Ak thcpostonice department for some distance after which the wagon tucky should patronize Tue Hervld Among the many duaat wfciehlWefc m uvMwriMK j m- - Lur I acrow nis v heavily loaded with plank Died Thursday August Gtha son of heir to and for which h wdrfctwa4r arrxnS to establish a mail route from Monlh of In- - breast He lav for awhile inrolled nn unconscious jtt KMkvenSw is known ta be pestkve aad juraumcat Liberty Hill and have a postoffice condition and was thought by those present J T Wilson age two years cure are the following f to be dead Aunt Pop Davis is suffering very much Mouth of Poundmili branch His bodv was ieverelv bruised CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SKI2C TW C tn0e leoPle can tukeTllEirEEVLl and by the trampling of the oxen and some of with a cancer in the face JCa 3 leaves Mt Sterlinc t V40 1 m fir-DISEASES SCEOFTJT24 CA-- tireajit jRotliweiratXlT ia tnc ncwsfro that vicinity We his ribs broken by the wagon wheels It Is in TAPJtgBHEIDLATISM wian everv person in Tazewell county could i thought now thathe will recover u Rotiiwelx Aug 15 Wagoners will if - W 5 amves J lakcTlIElEKAU and that we eoul please not water their stock from the spring NETJKALGIA NFJt- Eemeinber Dick the Eihle says The as cunti How love of money is the root of all evil aud If at Mt Zion school house beastthere is uot VOUSSESSr C 1103a We append a lew af the hoadrds af tes Â¬ you would like to know what it is your enough water for man and FIovd evcr returned home or what has be frTjYiiLrtti timonials which have-- been tendered m to E E Smith of Louisville John De neighbors would not do for money we an- Â¬ the efficacy of this water in d4tiase 3 HMUKote t Mt Sterling with 1103 a come of him swer that many of them honor their religion Jarnett Mrs Bedford and Mrs Allison of m inuaa C O frem the East and fcSG One lady writest I aid se tbaafal to the I herewith note the industry of Miss too highly to let you have fruit to distill Paris were the guests of the Kothwell house Greit Giver of all Blessings that ItrM HtriiAH from XoHhivllle and Cincinnati Esther Hnddix for four years past She is a though you should offer them the almighty Friday Swango Springs Freely 1Sft3ioatg0nery couatv court day sjeeial worthy respectable aml fine young ladv of dollar for it give all ta the guests I la -a t m rt fill leaxi ltthw6ll on therd Mouday in each this vicinity In the time suited she hascut We believe the good people of Eastern of Wm Hollar and wife were Wednesday uuicjiu juuney speat 1L were i orva aoafta the Itothwell house last and made the following garments namely Kentucky and strength I now enjey th tjiQ arri iHg at Mt Sterling 274 Ladles should array themwelves against They left Thursday for their home at Paris dresses at 100 each A gentleman of Hlinois says I think the at S a m BitiBg leaves Mt Sterling at 74 00 King Alcohol and drive him from their 40 Meujj shirts at 2oc each water of Swango Spring diuraie awre gaed Our school at Mt Zion taught by Miss J- t arriyig at Hothwell at 40 p m 17 50 xnidsf and thus get rid of the greater part of Lou Kash is progressing finely Last Mon man an tne noKtruawl aaveevertne4 I 10 50 Leve Jtkweltfor It Sterling at 5 p m iuo aprons at iuc eacht the lawlessness which marks our country day 51 scholars were enrolled 31 Uuder skirts at2c each wm certainly bewith yea again yestsfriac- - - GEO 1 IIAKPER Supt to with almost indelible fhumc liy lionnet st0c eacli References E T Smith J G 35 70 Misses Lou Kash and Mattie Itothwell 54 Pairs or Pants at 5e each- Several persons of this vicinity are at Â¬ are visiting in Mt Sterling this week P L Reese Mt Sterling 27 00 F M HikkV 37 Mens coats at 125 each MAXti CREEN KY Mrs F M Hiakle Wai Clarke Ham Liefc 40 25 tending the 1aptist Association at Grassy Miss Emma Hutton passed through 3 50 Lick church TOa5TtmiY ivy AUGUST 19 1885 14 Tests at 25c eiich Thursday en route to Ezel A large hotel is new being built which Born On August 13th to the wife of here last LOXOFELLOW Making a grand touil of will anbrd ample accommodation t vwttrs 422 10 Mason Jones a bov Sunshine ieut dvertiseents inserted Let us hear from some other voung ladv x or lunner iniorraauoa jb regaru aesrtf SaeTi first insertion nnd 25 who can beat her X nilrfrftse MONTGOMERY COUNTY tu5CB4 Mr HASEISOir SWANGO BREATHITT COUNTY V eeiB aitiekeii4wbequeat ipertlon Or this office iiaaei ureen Xy Some persons tried to act the ku klux Spencer Aujr 14 In memory of a favr jiights since by going to old Wilev Frozen Ckeek Aug 15 Miss Flor- Â¬ Williamss shooting AXa hallooing around ence Quillcti of Campton is on the head of Miss SaHie Walker who died July 31st A word we would pen the house and running the family away It Frozen under the treatment of Dr John A In remembrance of a friend seems queer that peojde cannot all attend Taulbee KMiss Quillen says she has just fin Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY Who has recently passed oer to their own busiuess ished a quilt which contains 00000 pieces jGieB ill is now grinding Stands at the head of Low Pricea with ex James H Gibbs returned liome yester- Â¬ We think that this will take the rag off the She Beyond the blissful shore -lias ever been a true christian lady erythiBg you want ia bush in the way of quilts She has the quilt day from Breathitt accompanied bv his performing her duties in the church and for any one to see Stepkea Sweple of Ezel has bought nephew 11 E Holmes Sunday school ever faithful to her Savior GOODS ffOTlONS lot of James Nickell B F Holmes and family of New and her relatives and friends drop a tear in ad Mrs Nannie Jladdix and sister are vis- Â¬ Boots Shoes llatg Cletiag-York and Hollacc and Milton Gibbs of remembrance of one who was so pleasant iting their slter in Drcathitt county Born On the 17th to A P Xickell one eouuiv are nere vismng iricnus anu and kind hearted She has left a good ex Â¬ GROCEELES HARDWARE DRUGS Ukcle It emus relatives Mr Holmes left here mhiic 17 ample for those that knew her to follow Ad wife a girl which make only 21 years ago when quite young Notwithstand- Â¬ But we remember that death will come and FLOUR BACON c Camitox Aug 17 We blessed Prrcaek we will fcell you choice mut 9with a great many candidates are town to ing that he has been very successful through knock at the door of every heart and the f in The money is what I want and I will give tea at IS and 6T cents per pound Caskey day but they are not creating much exeite life he says the dearest snot on earth is on only consolation that is left for the bereft MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CAS1F Frozen where he peut his boy hood days family is the hope of meetng her by and by fieriJ e regret very much that we hav ment than any other house in town i ouaney xiowe representing tne wen Departed from the mountain country Country produce taken in exchange fer J3ioa Liaiwent removes knols And not an omee for each candidate to fill Trimble Bros goods all calargeaaeats on horses or other stock Kev AV P Taulbee will preach the known firm of day Charley iscalled to see some of the fairest young ladies that adorn P McGULRE us the other splendid Sn cure ho pay Beld by J T F Day funeral of Mrs Mary J Hogg deceased xvife good fellow and no wonder his a firm sells our neighborhood and are now residing on Speneer The names of some I will give of David Hogg on the 2nd Sunday in Sep- Â¬ Misses Mary Dull Lulu Perry Ellen Rcasor CJolIirwwor the accommodating tember at the M E Church South in this goods when they have such a good man Wc understand that the workmen on and several others that we have not room to wtogc MR will pleascTaccent oar thanks for place a aiw f sweet potatoes the finest we have James P Hall has burned a lime kiln the Presbyterian church at Jackson are do Â¬ mention If the balance of the young ladies ing good in the upper counties can compare with cea ia4c seaaea of about 100 barrels of lime Jim is now ready for work and will have the building these we can boast of her product Such worship in a short time IN MAYTOWX KY building brick chimneys for the citizens BeeHXlniment is pronounced by all about town Key W B Cooper preached a very would perhaps return if the proper one The house ia a boxed franse two storvs would seek the departed vfceTtave ased it to be the greatest remedy high and contains six rooms with kitchen The job of sawing on Trace Pork hav-Â¬ interesting sermon to a very large and at- Â¬ for rheumatism sprains cuts bruises etc Fever is rapidly spreading over the Sunday at White There s a half acre of gronnd attached ing been conpleted by Hanks To they tentive congreatiou last SW Oak country and it appers tiiat it is contagious which Is set in are now prepared to move their mill to Dev Â¬ William Spencer and Mr Prewitt of as in many instances those who have visited It k saidtbe Slethodists of this circuit ils Creek A Variety ti Fruit Montgomery county were with us on busi- Â¬ the sick have been taken down The eases Btfrits 4a aet waat Ecv Hr Tlemaree the presid around here are too numerous to mention After enjoying the hospitality of the ness this week iag wider any loagcr He is six feet there being about twenty House J K Hammou wife and Aburv A never failing well of excellent water in inches We have had a very heavy storm here left for Swango Springs Bro Bruce Trimble of Mt Sterling the yard This property will be sold very on tne ivcntucKy iiivcr which did gruat filled Bro W Conglcton Clay reasonable Apylv to Grecnwades appointment at Au HeTeackerfe Institute of Wolfe coun- Â¬ DrJ Lemeon of Stantonofpaid our City aandÂ¬ damage Hy town tioch Sunday Bo Trimble speaks well J P LOCKHART ty is hw ia seisioa at this place under the ing visit this week James Young caught a hard shell tur- Â¬ andve nope lie will come out again Slfteiiuead Or this office Maytowa Ky Mpcrridoa f Kev J 31 Downing A full tle the other day which weighed 15 pounds report srlli be printed aext week E H Miller who had been down with MORGAN COUNTY Born To the wife of Mantin Hays consumption for some time died on the 2Sth Bweas JJaiment is certainly the bet a daughter to the wife of J W South a son of July He had hope of getting well until ceaBbiaadea of reiaedies for corns neural MAYTOVTf Aug 15 A number of death struck him MAYTOWX KY se- Â¬ son Ira B Taulbee pia pains ia the back and side etc ever j candidate were in town yesterday among gone to Quicksand and his logs Louis have to haul A young lady reports that several wed- Â¬ Takes the lead In Low Price with everyÂ¬ redaecd Sold by J T F Day them we noticed Oscar McKenzie lor coun- Â¬ James H Hargis says he has a good dings are expected on Spencer Creek Dont thing you seed in the way of ty judge W A Maxey county attorney know whether she is one or uot that is going Tfee um that picked up the poclcet ind A D Waldeck circuit court cleric prospect for corn this year GROCERIES DRY S000S MOTIONS feekoa the street here last Wednesday Wolfe was also very well represented We J Taylor Da and his little son Kelly to joiu hands J B Thomas is making preparationsÂ¬ hi aave both trouble and disgrace by rc saw Judge G B Swango a candidate for re- Â¬ are visiting X B Day Stump to build a new dwelling house He proBOOTS SHOES HATS CLOTHING- taratag kT3fr Spradliag at oace flection to the office of county judge W F El kins circuit court elerkj and H K 15 Rev J H Hager poses first to build the cage and then citch Aug Hardware Druj s ilour Bacoa Jtc icl- 3fiks iAttle who is teaching pchool Horton county school superintendent All of Jackson visiting our town lie came in the bird Louisa is ear Jfise ia Horgan county was taken ick of them were shaking hands with the dear last Wednesday delivered an Misses Belle Carter and Leona John- Â¬ S5t 3Ioney hi what I want and I will give at last ThHiday and it is feared that he has people of their respective counties and prayer meeting the same night address but being son with their escorts attended the Sharps MORE GOODS FOll A DOLLAR IX CASH presenting their individual claims in a way very much wearied with traveling he did burg fair on Thursday and report a nice inc i ever isicr- --He is all right again which showed them to be intensely in earn- Â¬ not speak long but showed great ability for time than any house in llaytown subscribers est and above all else desirous of office Oar the pulpit lie wilj preach several sermons Country produce takes ia exchange for Miss Leona Johnson of Frenchburg are aaeaded after this Issue but will be goods Yesterday was the day set for the trial here during his visit A great revival is ex- Â¬ who has been visiting Miss Lulu Perry and R A CUILDKUS reiaetafced when hcy whack up Fortu pected relatives has returned home come of Preston Sexton charged with the shoot Â¬ naialythey are few and if they dont to John W Culbertson high The E- te time an officer will have little trouble in ing ofW A Maxey and E Fwith intent of with theJackson resulLs school is iroimr on One of Spears who was kill LeMastcr greatest language cannot thrown fromthe Misses collecting the short time they have run a spring wagon aud hurt is now iVest Liberty represented the Common Â¬ express our gratitude to Prof J J Dickey at their xpenw up the other is improving wealth Hon J M Kash Levi Kash and for the work be is doing L M Day represented the defendant The Perry were Misses MAYTOMTN KY The stg line between this place and court was E B May mayor J S Clark of West Liberty the head the guests Mary DuffI and Lula of Cumargo and J T Sex Â¬ workman Yoeum of Mrs J eawell is meeting with deserved success ton justice of the peace Sexton was held of the Presbyterian church has Suturday aud Sunday last C W ADAMS J B ADAMS J W ADAMS HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY The proprietor arc gentlemen make close jver in the sum of 200 for his appearance been quite ill at Dr Wilsons but is conva- Â¬ Will repair Farming Toohr Biggie W- Died On Tuesday llth James Catron connections and carry passengers with com at the next term of the Morgan circuit court lescent gons c Makes 2iewr Uses dec btkife who has been down with fever lor sometime fort aaa safety They have a load both tion guaranteed Ir all cses William Spencer and Died James Andrew Catron of How Prewitt ofMontgomcry his neighbor Mr leaving a wife aud two children ways every day and are thus adding to tht county are visiting prosperity of the town Patronize them irds Mills Montgomery county on the 12th We can boast of our place being one Y Sewcll T DAY Successors to JOHN G BAXTER Inst of malarial fever He was the son ol the familyof Don G Work on the Presbyterian church is of the most peaceable around Local option Sheriff Center a few days since in Stephen Catron of Wolfe His remains prevails Marshal and Detective WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURERS OF formedas that he had a talk with Governor were interred in the family burving ground progressing finely The house is weather Times are looking up since the prima- Â¬ boarded and the rafters are up maytown ky Knott whea iH Erankfot a week ago and aearhis fathers his fun end sermon being W L Stamper Will attend to ferretiag eut criminals ia that hedcclines to further Interfere in the preached bv Itev congregation to a large There is being a great change wrought ry election say the merchants of Spencer Born On the 31st July to the Avife case oi and sympathizing any part of the country aad gaanuiteea sat- Â¬ in Breathitt The good work is spreading execution f the sentence in the of Elder J M McGuire u boy isfaction ia every casewhere employed Tl9vd Williaass He will therefore be hung Mrs W Hi Stamper and Mrs E B throughout its whole territory May together with a number of others are oh Friday the foarth of September Orders hy mail proaptly attended te Your correspondent failed to get his a site lor a toolomon liack lias iuite ill this weelc There is more sickness liouse of Stephen back bought preparing to news read- - last week in time and is JC A dog gone dog gone A pale cream in town and in this immediate neighbor- Â¬ colored parp ef the wolfe family with cars hood than has becu known for a number of erect a building there Hollow ware and Tinners Stock Personal Paragraph John E Patrick has just returned standing erect resembling the wolfe strayed years I have for sale several hives of fiae Italia a from an extended visit to Louisville and B Taulbee He was last A T Pieratt wife and son Eli F of Oillce and Salesroom away from DrJ Henry T Spradling of Mt Sterling Richmond 736 W Main Street Bees which are hearty aR thrifty hney Alexander at pcch at the store of Day Ezel were visiting in town Sunday inakers Persons wisIng to bay wr call his health 3ysboroHgh on Saturday the 15th inst who hasbeen here forrapidly andfor several Bcv S H Patrick and wife have re- Â¬ LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Prof Hays and lady are in charge of will soon and see them or order hy aiail All order weeks Is recovering Â¬ Any in Answers to the name of Nero turned front a long visit to Lee Â¬ promptly attended to the lircathitt Teachers Institute this week will be thankfully re- Â¬ be able to return home and resume busi formation nf the purp Mebidjtii M G DDNAWAY the former as Instructor and the latter as ness handle nothing but Charcoal Tin and guarantee everything not to leak fiSJwe ceived bv Dr Taulbee Jfaytowa Kr Musical Director May town Mills are doing first The Lost Creek Aug 11 We hear that Senator Taulbee of Morgan and Rep- Â¬ 2f II TRIMBLE We ask special attention to our new class work They grind three days in each our friend Flovd Dav of Hazel Green will HOST 3L TRIMBLE H D SPrUDUNS resentative Goilsey Thursday and Saturday SOiT These pencil while Matchless Pencils send goods tobe sold in this neighborhood our office on Mondayof this county were in last and in the course very low in price are we claim equal in Married Last week one Mr Towns- - at a fair retail priee Floyd is very much of a conversation it transpired that they were anility for all business prr-joses to any pen end and 3Iiss Lizzie Dennis all of Morgan liked in this section and wc hope he mav are now prepared to maaaiaciKre both originally from As they cil in the market not excepting those of the J countv llev John F Wilson ofiiciatin realize a handsome profit We trust he will are both democrats Perry county strong re- Â¬ and from a First Glass Fiftr Mri MHi Miss Lizzie Kash of Ped Itiver is vis come to the mouth of Lost Creek with a nice publican stronghold the coincidence is sinsence of grit and Ktrength of lead Send goods stock of Hi May gularly significant Co Wa iting her slter Mrs E for price list Jansen McClurg Â¬ At One Eighth Tell and will deWOOL Prof Dickey of Jackson Wellington Payne Esq for a month W W Swango and wife of Bath arc ing to have a Methodist church is endeavorImsh arc and Madison St Chicago CARDING at their old staad at erected near pasta sojourner at AND DEALERS IN DUSTEK visiting In town this week Spradliag Ky the mouth of Lost Creek and the prospects at Lexington on ilazel Green left for homeÂ¬ We call special attention to our new Monday last not forget very promising of success He is also ting to take along a barrel of Swango These remarkable pens 43ntchlcia pens water West Liberty Aug 17 The teach- Â¬ are church house at or freedom of a ers Institute commenced at Ezel on the trying to erect a unionTroublesome Creek Mr Payne made many warm friends in the combine the elasticity and near S H Combss on at 6K cents per pound The old weelsrd gold pea with the quickness of action of 10th with AW W Carpenter at the helm and and we trust success may crown both efforts six weeks he was here and all will welcome er G TV COX will run the wouFaehiHe pens made N D Days and J K Boggs conductors In his return whenever he sees fit to come es- Â¬ steel peas They are the best There is considerable sickness in our pecially is this the case with one young lady for all work where a smooth point and per- Â¬ the organization ot the Institute Sam J Sal- Â¬ Come one come all aad get yar fect elasticity are required and will last as ver was elected secretary and J Miles Lyt neighborhood but our young and successful to Avlioin he was the day stir of existence dour meal and wool carding leap as two or three ordinary steel pens tle assistant The goodpeoplc of Ezel and physician Dr J L Duff soon has his pa- Â¬ H D SPRADLING SON Send for nannies and price list JansonMc surrounding country displayed a hospitality tients up and ready for business again Religious Notes H F PIERATT WT CASKEY Cturg4bo Wabash Ave and Madison St unequaledin their efforts in caring for the llevs J J Dickey and Samuel Hager D G B Demaree presiding elder Chicago Wholesale and retail at this office teachers and their arduous labors to make of Jackson preached two very interesting of Rev Irvine district Kentucky conference the Institute a grand success I had the sermons on Sunday the 9th The people all hasthe been holding a meeting at this place for living a short dis- Â¬ good fortune to share this kindness and es- Â¬ like to hear the professor talk Mrs Nannie Kash several days in which there i eems to be con- Â¬ tance below Hazel Green on last Wednes Â¬ pecially on Grassy where cider flowed like Wholesale and Retail Our school under the direction of siderable interest Last Saturday being day sent as a mess of Irish potatoes for milk and honey and while I nm engaged Prof Walter C Strong has been dismissed quarterly confereucc J E Quielcsall of to which she jrill accept thankF that are the in the delightful business of imparting for two weeks on account of the teachers Pine Grove and Barney E Blankunship of finest we have ever seen There were 13 of others as a pedagogue what I know I shall illness this place weie licensed to preach Quite them aad thev weighed 11 pounds Her always hail with delight the announcement Â¬ Died In Perry county Aug 1st Ed- Â¬ a number of ministers are present among will be held iu the Black HAZEL GREEN KY A late hasbaBd lloward Kash deceased plant that the Institute we notice Revs Chandler Ragan Sex- Â¬ ward Chaney from overheat He was a son then Stamper Lockhart and Murphy ed one bushel iH the dark of the moon in water neighborhood ton aah had them dug on the 3aaroh aad Mrs T to dav attended the Baptist Associa of Abner Chaney near Hazel Green Â¬ The annual meeting of the Church of at PROVISIONS OF ALL KINDS Steam Power llth iast getting 23 bushels Canthe rate of tion held on Grassy Creek and saw about Christ for the district comnrisinc the coun anybody 1000 well dressed friendly people from this about 115 bushels per acre Canned Goods Coiee SetfV TeSyrwp ties of Morgan and Magoffin will be at Sa- Â¬ beat this The variety was Early llose and adjoining counties There were in at- Â¬ MENIFEE COUNTY Patent Medicines Naik Axes Oik lem Church on Upper Grassy in Morgan specimens indicate a mixture of tendance a goodly number of preachers bat the Wooden- - aHd TiRware LvJhct county beginning on Friday before the 3rd seae other kind whose sermons and exhortations warmed Fuexchbukg Aug 14 Rev D G B Lords day in September at 3 oclock r M EVERY THING YOU NEED the people up to a full realization of their Z HxHey of District school perilous condition when in sin It was a Demaree is about closing his labors as pre Â¬ All the preachers of the church are by or- Â¬ Prof SSrGive us a dl aad he cenvijwed tlwti der of Or last Friday we had field dav for candidates who were on hand siding elder of this district for the year He present the Salem brethren invited to be 2s e 27 reports the Dai you can buy more goods fre bs has traveled during the year fully 3000 general review exercises in my school jn In full force Jar than at anv ether house is tie Â¬ 1 miles mostly on horseback over mountainRe v J T Pieratt will preach at the ladiBg att the lessoas studied up to that mail ous roads preaching eveal times each tains We also desire to hay a Samuel Kemp the irrepressible of time The followiag are namesLacy pumls rider between here aud your place violated week aud fully 200 persons have been add Â¬ Sol Loug school house on Saturday before Fat Cattle and Sheep forwhidi we wSJ first Lloyd the 5th Sunday iu this month at 10 oclock who excelledPricr Â¬ the highest market priee the Sabbath by having a set to with a colorreader Lhcie Nickell Sadreader Kosa Car ed member of the republican party In the ed to the church under his preaching The at Toms Branch at 3 p in and Sunday at 11 members of his church say the cause of laea5rd reader Eliaa Lacy 4th reader contet Sam stood 7 to 3 The quarterly conference of West Lib- Â¬ Christianity aud the church have been great- Â¬ Carkon 1st priaiary geography Cora Belle willbe geography Ells Cincinnati merchants ly built up under his labors and it is to be erty circuit county held at Goodwins Chap- Â¬ Baltimore and Alice Gibbs 2nd primary commencing next Satur- Â¬ advanced geegraphy Grant La Â¬ are well represented here by au elegant hoped that he will be returned to the same el Morgan MT STESLjafO KY warthLacy day the 21st Taulbee crowd of line looking arummers out owing field cy primary arithmetic Kewton Services at the Christian church on intermediate arithmetic Deloral Fallen to the hard times our merchants are buying Esqr Samuel Stacy has a corn stalk elementary arithmetic Mary Kickelh mter but few goods growing in his field on Hawkins branch on last Saturday night aud Sunday by Rev D eiategrzmmaraaieLittle physiology well filled ears IS which John DeBoard and the widow of Jeff length are twothe stem and Jshuck Inches In H Fallen it being his regular appointment history Grant Lacy U each of each Grant iacv Havens who recently died in the Eastern measuring2Tinches Who can beat it Keep on liaadBUCKBOABISMSeCv were married last week asylum Dr J B Taulbee reports that Gus Tfee cattle sales on Monday hardly iusd Kentucky OND HAND HUGGIES aad Watermelons hy the wagon load are Steele whose illness we mentioned last D M Hager one of the noblest and coming ify iheir uMicaiien Prices rniea low Fifteen Professors and Instructors Paint all kind of werk the bottoms of Beaver and week death is seemed to bid with apathy- - A most generous citizens ef Magoffin is the Licking in from are famous for them They thoughtafter being very near tomore cases d havers and Mechanical Scisniific Engieirii ClassfctJ Rami A wot to be convalescing Two which imt Mfff im M new felt however reseral depressies is justwe can not jxpect guest of John P Salver are very fine many of them weighing from of flux in the family of Jackson Scott with Â¬ School Military Tactics and Ccsiisrcia Gsurss sf Stwiy caaatry aad i will teach Wolfe 35 to 40 pounds all ver the - be an --exceBtlea to tlie rule Rev J 3L Downing in 200 yards of Steeles house One is Tery - MV T Pcck V AAWUtJ countyInstitate this week COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUJTIQN TT Pioratt Rev J CCox informs us that his wife scrious aodftaeer reports about Will tpi wt MiJkKSM J 0 V For Catalogue and other information Fall term begins Sept 9 til TS85 j our cor- Â¬ has a hen with a brood of 25 chickens one 1Q0 hwd f cattle on the market and sales CONROY Give as a call Uppee GrXSSY Aug 17 Address JJLXES K FATT8SOX Ph D Lexington KcHtacky At Catlettsburg on Friday last the cattle 40 4 heifers which has four perfectly fenned legs It ii a fSaws Oaerolce 28 1 heifer 10 1 respondent did uot mean iosayauythmg of 14th neny Freese colored was hanged for way - making is alive and thrifty YOUR MONEY AK SAVE -- m r ERt oneeniInr Dicks murder of Chester AGILLI3 wair m2 steers 2S Gyearling heifers bnmdv but it seems that On the Wing is Hon J M Nesbit Judge B F Day thea bawdy house at thatHonaker last May place at YOUR OPOPS CHEJp 4varliBgs 5ioy i W wrra somewhat dksaiisfied with what has been and Judge W-- H Holt have been in town WITH pair m d me cm tecrs zzixr x neuer co ri said Mavbe he is fearful he will not get this week on professional business Fever is racing in the Blackwater i aap 17 ff i greater de-- enough of the good thing On the McCORD AYDELOTT Sievers Carson Hardware The health of the county t of Mr oor Trieftfi and a and ifin Wing dont let vour mind be troubled good while the country all is unusually country John Henry a around us is Stephen Samples is down with it September Company for aadislked thatin we shall give our about these things Just come over shortly suffering with flux and fever way wwv emiimi Y 3Iai- - Strestt- 63 aud bring the almighty dollar alongwant e John Osborn of Long Branch is quite The recent rains will make an unpre waA r will furnish you all you Vou andDick tor SiATJSBOB0UjGcH VL LpXJISVLLLE Y grV sick with fever Jm LouisyizaxY Tootx Readmit that brandy is a good tliingdn its cedented corn crop in Menfee pLicc Unnks in jutmc pases prove to be good remedies mc cvii meir uumiuai uxi unuga uoouxso far surpasses the good fba weTiavecon- i COKRESBOJfDENGE 1 proper jdacc rnT think ijprope la tlxappJe 1 Hough intoiiccting willmot Cash Dry Goods Store b WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Swaup of Uffefor TheWater Humanity Afflicted IRON IS M et j -- wk We af anxious to sell Our Goods and will maKe our prices right 4 -- Trs tjs -- sas uK j vtl- tth A 1 i5 Orders filled promptly and carefully We have a big drive in a Box toe Boot at 350 extra good Come and see me 1 rti SmlFir 1kont 0 E WILLMOT Reese Building MT STERLING KY 4 -- OSBORNE t Reap ers and Mowers h m dJ k The Best Most Durable and Lightest Running Machine on the Market Kr Every Machine Fully Warranted -- 0GAL KEWS le HANLY JUDY General Agents for Eastern Kentucky F Mt Sterling Ky Orders solicited by T J STEVENSON Hazel Green Ky DRY The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Roots Herbs and Barks Except Ginseng McGULBE TP J T BREEN SON EOR SALE -- Druggists House and Lot Importers I Wholesale Main Street Mt Sterling Ky Trs byJTiFIay four-M-a-Hoti- Q ADAM BAUM i Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well lected Stock of R A CHILDERS -- -- - ir Which he sells Wholesale and Retail as Cheap as they can be bought in the State Give hira a call and be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go BE M m HIS CO BLACKSMITH J ROGEKS i Â¬ ADAMS BROTHERS - w Cnra STOVES GRATES MANTELS Pieced Pressed and Japanned Tinware For Sale Italian Bees c SI i 3 si wcek-T-Tuesd- ay Â¬ TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling ALL WOOL CARDING j3 CASKEY I PIERATT -- Wishing to devote my time to ness I will sell my For Sale--- Saw Mill my GIRIOICIEIB S Bacon Lard Salt other busi- Flour J Lane a Consisting of a 25 Horse Power Engine and Boiler a No Circular Saw Edger c saherf fj Everything is in First class Order and will be sold at a bargain on easy terms NEW BUGGY WORKS Parties wishing to buy are invited to call and examine the property Cornwell Ky ALFRED COMBS Conroy Shore COLLEGE of KENTUCKY Bodley Saw Mill Fixtures -- STATE 3lid nj ta i SIGN PAINTUfS -- 44624wf46lH m --- JUJ c1 Wtt H J CLARE rHi JL son-iu-la- w 4dT -- 5 WVK i 2fli IJr -- Wholesale Hatters AjJM NICIC r a MM f Vf jHR - c viijaM v j rf sS9 V jn1 1 - wTT nq - -- uj-ili ii j in MHHIKMMMi 11 l - MtK t FOREIGN GOSSIP of ttimes grow from seed thai makes tne Americans w prfl 7fi the Work From first Secerity-nineper forced bv General Wnrmi on1 cent of the soldier3 four years until the bloom planting it is The strange AWBIClfii COfs roirotiS Eomeroy General Warren wis of a In the Russian army are unable to iread part is they all bloom a coffee colored flower for a number of years when - kENTUCKX uioiary turn o mmiL- - and - during the ot write ISMES GIXEIT bait a tnnlr w uvUll UiU iiv nff oni IVVUCU tl n - a The Italian Governmenttowill erect suddenly they will bring forth some tlepoem beffinninsr monument sixty feet high the memÂ¬ fine color as those see who buy t jj Stand theyronns your owniuy brarcsl I ory of Cavour the regenerator of Italy them Thus we know what our bulb i Will v tri rr it nn fs uaw A WATCH Ito r fie died in 1861 is They never hold the coflee color w aomjintoat orthography Jt is the popular fancy in Scotland which is quite pretty any longer than a Jiml BQaa TtSQ ii just now to heap honors upon Burns fouryears This we are sure of but what f SB wf til luars - csS Several monuments have just been they Avill be in the end we know not erected or are under way in different unfl they show us Leflore e Crocuses are fr5 i parts of the country raised the same wav The three bulbs ne A wcaec wfc arys lolks Until withm a few years the most mentioned will grow ncely in water i v w greet j the sur1 iolks remarkable of ail Chinese customs For forcing I always use sandy loam e l 2r w10 Were the public fashionable suicides which is the best How many varieties of tulips have conducted With much pomp and someAwlstlstejiftte tiey feugiiei times actually under the direction of you Hoiaarke wWie J4w they gaily obaushed 44 X an officer of the empire Three thousand just 2500 too keep ao wateJiiae Swedish Parliament has voted many 1 suppose there are more than The ksows It too iHS85 a duty on lving flowers fruts and that Cne Marys Meter twail What is your native place like vegetables the majority being prompt Â¬ mamma teeps a yoo A otd watea srsshe caU The scenery is grand elegant 1 whea you ed to that course ty the dea of br ng C JDoae i Dears Free Frsw ing money into the treasury by taxing cant tell you in 3 our language as J would like to We have lovely trees like supposed luxuries BILL FEE With the death a fortnight ago at here that is the same k nd The land Bamberg Bavaria of the Baron Slaxi is perfectly level Everybody grows millian von Paulus the famous Paulus bulbs the laborer ta lor shoemaker Be Pays V5it to Banker HID as well as the florist All the houses V family became extinct and its some one story some two and none was solemnly broken and cast into Motiumsot higher are built of brick We build no his open grave upon his coffin lid The Amalgamated Society of En- Â¬ pavements but we never have any mud C Webster asd Ward ReaaatoanooM 5 gineers reports an increase during the and our roads are always dry and efa KHnerkti Oaalaagkt full of hard cobble stones first ten months of from 1893 to 4090 smooth notIn the princpal 1 ke here Haw Betea Xeets Ivders A men out of work in England owing Great Streke ef Jtoterprist district my home Sassenbeim chiefly to the collapse of the ship voii can see millions and millions ot buUdimr trade which makes an annual tulins hvacinths and crocuses in bloom Last wek for the first tin visited difference in the labor market of 371 ht once Iher beautiful frasrrance is tfee granite obelisk known erthe wafted for miles around On one acre HE WILTS OX THE 175TH STAIE worMafilkerHnXoaini i Sixty The late Earl of Dudley who died wll be planted about 100000 bulbs yeses ago if mj memory serves me A man who could doliver an im- - suddenly last Thursday had his life in Â¬ Can you imagine then looking over a romptu and extemporaneous address sured in various British companes for dozen of acres in bloom what a yast correctly Gaseral La Fayette since de 1500000 for the benefit of Lady Dud- Â¬ sea fit for a paradse it is ike that in public and while there was coaeed laiel Ike corjaer stone and Dan- Â¬ I wish I such a bitter feeling of hostility on the ley and this amount added to the were able to describe in your talk the iel Webster made few desultory re- Â¬ part of the audience must have been a dower secured to her by her marriage marks which I not now recall good scholar Tn our great fratricidal settlement makes her one of the rich- Â¬ grandeur of ityou think of our counWhat do lugateen years later it was formally strife twenty years ago the inferiority est women in England try dedicated aad Daaiel spoke a good of our Generals in this respect was One of the most attractive objects It is grand it is grand Good for piece composed mostly ot things that painfully noticeable We did not have exhibted at Turin dunna the late Ex- Â¬ a poor man the rich man can get could his If 1 could not get be had thogkt up iimself- - There has a commander who save his address Sev-Â¬ position was a burgh of the mediasval along anywhere troops in rhyme to neck ase together with its little town con- Â¬ along better than some at our place I never bee a feature of the early eral of them were pretty good in blank structed with the most come to Our people luslocy and nacesing struggle for Terse but it was so blank that it was fidelity all the building painstaking would very plainAmerica and rooms dress live plain and meat Amorlcaa freedom which has so roused not just the thing to fork over to pos Â¬ were down to the smallest detals is the greatest luxury Some men who my admkatioa as ths custom quite terity and speak in school afterward constructed according to historical ac- Â¬ work very hard have this fat rib meat Colonel Prescotts statue now stands count and exhibited domestic life I think you call it bacon I am really prevalent among Congressmen in those where he is supposed to have stood and trades of the Fifteenth Century ashamed to tell you what wages they days of writing their own speeches he told Three dollars per week is the reserve The throne Ifaay of Websters most powerful whentill they his men towhites oftheir sia is completelyof the Empress of Rus- Â¬ get fire saw the the covered with plates of average Some get 4 and on rare oc- Â¬ speeches were written by himself or at enemys eyes Those who have exam- Â¬ gold and contains 1500 rubes and 8 casions 125 and SI 50 per day is pad lik suggestion He was a plain unas ined the cast iron flint lock weapon 000 turquo ses beside many other rare but the ordinary laborer here gets twice Vitts stnMgmaa and did not feel alxjve nsed in those days will admit that this and costly gems The throne of the as much as in our country order was wise Those guns were in- Â¬ Czar known as the diamond throne is burgh Dispatch writing his speeches I have always had the greatest Tespect and admiration for jurious to health of course when used truly a marve1 It is generally con- Â¬ ceded that Russia possesses more preTbtr Webster us a citizen as a scholar to excess but not necessarily or immePECULATION IN RUSSIA cious stones than any other nation a as a extemporaneous speaker and diately fatal majority of which we e procured at the The Depredations Which Have Honey- Â¬ had he not allowed his portrait to ap Â¬ expense of blood The jewels in the combed Every Branch of tho Public pear last year in tne Century wearing Cathedral at Moscow alone are valued Service air of intense gloom and a plug hat at 12000003 entirely rat of style vax respect and The exploits of the Russian commis- Â¬ One day a Munich nurse put her sariat are well known even abroad adtsiration would have continued in deilnkely charge down on the grass for a short In all this there is nothing very new Bunker Hill Monument is a great time Suddenly a great eagle came success as monument and the view swooping down and attacked the babe That whch most concerns us is to from its summit is said to be well worth In an instant the nurse threw her shawl trace the relat onship existing between at the bird It fortunately went over the general system and the primary the price of admission I did not as-Â¬ cend thcobelisk beoanse the inner stair- Â¬ his head so it not only prevented his causes of the depredations which case was closed to visitors on the day seeing the child but stopped his flying whenever a war takes place recur as away The nurse then caught hold of of my visit and the lightning rod on the ostslde looked to me as though it had him and clung to him with the shawl inevitably as if they were operations leeQ recently oiled tight over his head until some one of nature and with all the regularity On the following day however I en Â¬ came to help her When tue King of the seasons It is all very well to heard the story he sent her a hand Â¬ inveigh aganst Gorvtz Varshavsky gaged a man to ascend the monument some present and ordered the bird to Prince UroosofFand their 225 accom- Â¬ aiud tell me his sensations He assured se kept in the menagerie me that they were first rate At the Continental plices But are they the only culpa Times feet of the spectator Boston and its en- Â¬ bles Whv do such iniquities as theirs vironments are spread out in the glad never occur m other armies If con- Â¬ sunshine Every day Boston spreads AN OCEAN OF FRAGRANCE tractors in their greed of gain de- Â¬ wit her environments just that way liver rations and stores of bad quality Banker Hill Monument is two hun Â¬ How Hyaclntlis Tulips and Crocuses Are why are they accepted as good This dred and twenty one feet in height and AHA THE Cultivated In Holland OIIEAT VIEW IS WORTH THE is evidently the crux of the question 3isTeen entirely paid for The spec- Â¬ Holland has always been and prob- Â¬ According to the prescriptions of the EFFOKT tator may look at the monument with ably will ever be the mother of bulbs militar3T code all articles of food and At the time of the third attack by the perfect impunity without being solicited bjT a contractor have lo buy some of its first mortgage bonds British the Americans were out of am Â¬ Few persons while admiring the beau- Â¬ medicine delivereda surgeon or a medi-Â¬ munition but they met the enemy with tiful flowers produced from Holland to ba examined by This adds much to the genuine thrill of clubbed musketsand it was found that bulbs ever think of the care time and cal commiss on and the commandantoi WWW uu ui iu the corps forwhtch they are dest ned one end of the rebel flint lock was about trouble taken to grow them Bulbs or nominees acting under his orders as fatal as the other if not more so Boston still meets the invader with have been cultivated there four hundred Hence without the connivance of all its club The Mayor says to the citi- Â¬ or five hundred years as near as can these people fraud would be impossible zens of Boston Wait till you see the be ascertained but for several years If the contractors cheat the brave qom of the visitors eyes and then go past they have received more attention mandant and the erudite doctors iiusfc whites tto likewise from high to low Not a for him with your clubs Then the han ever Mr Beerhorat a bulb man who went through the Bulgarian visitor surrenders grower of Lassenheim near Haarlem campaign would deny that ths was 1 hope that many years may pass be- Â¬ fore it will again be necessar3 for us to lolland was interviewed in this citv precisely the case On the other hand there are always to be found in our of- Â¬ soak thi3 fair land in British blood this week He said ficial spheres corrupt though they be Holland as is well known is all The boundaries of our land are now dishonmen who untainted morj extended and so it would take ow land the greater part of it lower some are eager to redress with wrongsÂ¬ esty the han the sea Ths water is kept oft more blood to soak it Boston has just reason to be proud of by dykes you have another name here which they see around them such for Bunker Hill and it was certain a erected here and there on thum are instance as General Tcherkassoff a great stroke of enterprise to have the arge wind mills that pump the water military inspector thisAt the beginning VI I anii J Itll II Th5 iifltn battle located there Bunker Hill is ut when it inundates the land They of the campaign - officer presented dear to every American heart and sresent a very strange appearance to to the commander- n chief a volum n there are none of us who would not in unaccustomed eye We travel by ous work in the shape of a report in have cheerfully gone into the battle anal boats like I understand was whch he had collected and set forth and proved by a mass of facts recent then if we had known about it in time mce done here and palpable the flagrant malversa- Â¬ What is the soil 1 ke that you are Btll Ifyey in Jioston Globe THE EXTEAXCE tions and frauds of the Gorvitz Com- Â¬ THE A5CEST LOOKS snabled to raise the finest bulbs pany and consorts EASY The best in the world for bulb His Fortune Made This rcpost though an historical There is a Banker Hill in Macoupin growing pure sandy soil The reason document of high value has not yet County 111 also in Ingham County My dear said a father to his aolland bulbs are best is owing to the It Mch and in Russell t County Kan daughter how long ago was it that oil temperature and water which is seen the lightof thewas stifled by secret irapl cated parties but Gecal Warren was not killed at as pure as is possible We have only confederates George Jackson went West to seek his to dig three feet I believe you meas Thee confederates were of all ranks either of these points One lmndred arid ten years ago one fortune are by feet here to find water not says the correspondent of the Novoe Vremya in his covert language Some of Americas most noted battles with Just a year the girl replied with only in one place but anywhere interrupted the read ng of the report the British was fought near where ablush How do you plant hyacinth to in- Â¬ by jocular remarks wh ch distracted at crease their number Bunker Hill monument now stands Was there anything between you We first fertilize the sol put about tent on others protested against it as In that battle the British lost 1050 in and George I sometimes thought fhat killed and wounded while the Ameri- Â¬ he was fond of you1 sixteen bushels of manure on each ill timed and encountered everywhere with either opposition or indifference can Toss numbered but 450 While the twelve feet He was papa and the girl hid cinth bulb square then we take a hya Â¬ it remained in the shade and while the people of this country are showing her face on the old mans shoul- Â¬ aud cut across the bottom several times plant and in June we war lasted the company continued the r Buchan interest in our war history der I promised George when he lift The one bulb will be divided into depredations without let or hindrance am surprised that something has not went away thatl would wait for him several small ones of perfect growth The gentlemen of the comini surat been said about Bunker Hill The for years if necessary were thus not the only ones who had Fedtwal forces from Boxbury to Qim When do you plant first I have a letter from ham the r fingers in the pie War is an Elljridge were under command of Gen Â¬ In September The great fogs from keep eral Artemas Wardthe great American lie Oh papa he she exclaimedwhat Does the sea drive the frost away but we al- Â¬ dorado for all whoDuring to the wall oh tell me er has does ways cover the beds of the of the road hHmorist When the American humor vth weeds We side the notorious manager trial the he say of itykoff ist really puts on his war paint and ian not use straw because then the bank of Skopine of which He wants 30 to get home with gave an mice destroy our bulbs the tocsin he can organize a sounds H Y Herald account some time ago in the columns great deal of moHrnin Are your winters as cold as here No we are a great ways further of the Times it came out in 1877 the cons derable in- Â¬ had TheSavation Army north yet our winters are not so severe establishmentdepositsa wh ch came in Probably the fogs help us some Our crease in its General Booth stated at the annual summers are not so intensely hot as in great part from the seat of war beng lodgdd at high interest by officers of meeting of the Salvation Army that in this country Â¬ their the commissariat Are the hyacinths ready for sale complices of the and litary worthy acthe United States as many as 800 Sal- Â¬ branch of m vationists were in prison for preaching after the first year Another charactcristo the service they I Christ in the squares and market firstKo no theywouldplanted were The f act which transpred in the course of close the are year places In 1878 ho said the Army second year we must plant them in the trial was that when Rykofi became had but 127 officers j to day it has 2650 new soil as they will not grow two bankrupt the maorty of those clients as creditors fearing In 1878 it had one newspaper and one years in the same ground Every year declined to rank they did so they would doubtless that if magazine to day it has 22 publications each bulb gets more space until five bo compelled to reveal the shameful devoted to its cause Among the vears elapse when they are then ready secret of their ill gotten wealth schemes now in hand is a mission to f cll What do you do with the ground Siepniah in London Times China with a native leader also the es- Â¬ tablishment ot a Salvation Navy to you can not use a second yearWe plant some other species of A Precocious Baby carry tn the work ot the Army at sea and in sea ports Toward this scheme flower and at the same time enrich the boy in Macon A little a friend whose name was to remain a soil Thus we change their homes alternately and can always utilize the Ga went to his mothers writing desk secret until the resurrection the Gen eral said had donated a yacht capable groundBlb9vhve about six different some days ago took therefrom a re- Â¬ of holding 800 people London Times disease whch I can not name in your ceipted b 11 got the scssors neatly orlanguage This causes much trouble and loss of monev Sometimes the soil namented the edges of the paper by People with very large noses maj gets tired of the bulbs and refuses to cl pping it and then hunting up an rur vkitok weaxe-s ox the 99th be interested to learn that an English grow anything We gve it a time to old envelope he stuck a canceled stamp 6TATR doctor claims to have discovered a rest and then we dig up a depth of four In the center of it and proceeded 10 Geaeral Ward was assisted by Put method of reducing that organ The - direct it double quantity of ng scribbled jwk Starke Prescott Gridley and process which he calls multiple punc feet put on a and after another fertil- the envelope Havwent out and all over he short zing matter posted Pawppy Colonel William Prescott tiform scarificadon consists in rapid- Â¬ rest it is willing to start to work again It was it office stamped un ntell g ble at spas aaat over from Cambridge to ly pricking the nose with a number of Yon everything in life must in ihe Ckrl9fc9WB ioc the purpose of fortify minute double edged steel blades fixed someknow to rest or it wears out have Washington Macon and went on to tme and The pjooer authority ikg Banker Hill At a council of iu a handle-- From five hundred lo is no good after ward1 sent it back to Macon to the firm who w ar 1c was decided to fortify Breeds three thousand punctures are made at a TpU me something about vour tu- had issued it and it was taken to the H8I jtet so hijrh but nearer to Boston sittingand the operation is performed lips lady who had filled the blank She de 3faiker HilL So redoubt was everyweek or two for some montlis Well I plant the b 1 s the samo is cided at once how the mad ng had oc- fljffirm fhp meanwhile the organ is kept well tumftW M n in n thpv do not md see ne the babv writing the others Jfrjg g giHHiaA yhjPt tfie- - nsoemet now anointed At first sight the operation cuttmg as onlv increase themselves eurred the ornamented receipt in on they sent its Joes not seem attractive but the doctor by forming offshoots on the nld ones it envelope back to the payer and 00 old Tlat BdOafc g4ed 4 force 11a- - aays it is not painful J Y Sun Vf separate those and replant We tuined this explanation N y Task X P in HOME AND FARM -- Vi- - - - fe - E 5 m Â¬ Tae a attracts a good deal of atlastie Bee hives ate better in a shady Wa wings inrae ae csnaociy placo in hot weather an4 rill skusdior alojar timewitbofft aaBtL Itpaystofeed meat to tha hens movmg wing or leg While standiajp aaja9kjK aaaHaB two or three times a week as it takes so quietly he Ihw frequent chaaces to place of insect food Prairie catjch English sparrows He eats a few the jHHvcFarmer of tneni each day Mtmphit Appeal mh aa m m Whole oats wheat bran and corn The pay should be commensurate meal form an excelleat ration for young stock The health and complete with the work and responsibility in all and symmetrical growth ot the body positions of trust Boston Herald m m are best secured by feeding a variety hhhhhhhv of grlu rFtdd and Farm Matt la Alaaaaaa Cro6t B crossest man ia Alabama livaa dar1 Pudding without milk Two cup3 the driver of cake cracker or bread crumbs said home nearas we approacfead a way Â¬ Selma Ala to askaccom two cups warm water two egs half side modatioBS for the night At sapper aad Cup of sugar half cup of raisins fresh after it mine host scowled at every oae litarty Tiipt iaf ta WML or canned fruit a pinch of salt and found fault with every thins earthly aad Mat I was wondering if he would not growl if Tie CssHBittee fa abuse C tk a little nutmeg Serve with sauce the heavenly halo didnt fit him when in- Â¬ ise94eBsJfcriareeB4tac4tMisr9Mwa The Sbusefiold cidental mention being made of the comet Half a pint of sunflower seeds of 1882 he said I didat like its form its la ordr ta rake tmmim tar K n fliHia save prepared aaifaUrtnrg Stetae izimAtin -t-lie State Bretae given to a horse with hs other food tail should have been fan shaped I fadeafJ Bat next morning he appeared half which they areas- 4ettrstet uoufti each morning and night will keep him offended our offering in good health and soirits and his hair tality I atcompanion pay for his hospi Â¬ oat tke UaKed State at however made him Talx 3y sevreair m4 Vnirtrt etoafcfaa- will be brighter Horses soon become accept as a present a sample from his case meat Isattraetirz fitc HmGetf ifee at JtaaWMt xffect very fond of the sunflower seeds of goods Uteartbt Six weeks later I drew np at the same Tbe Statuette la wat ei tmOt imt M0K at Sural Kew Yorker A storkimCoarfc Sauare uui rntS -- 31 -- i - m - - J aTaTaTaTaTaTaTH coat-of-ar- ms bulb-growi- ng ca Â¬ sponge and hot water and saturate the cane well using soap if neces- Â¬ sary then put it in the open ar or in a good current of air and as it dries it will tighten and become as firm as when new Exchange Stewed lettuce Stew in milk properly seasoned wth pepper and salt strain oft milk and add to it two eggs well beaten and pour over veg-Â¬ etables or stew in a brown gravy or beef stock thickened with arrowroot Celery is also excellent when cooked in this fashon K Y Post A stone a few inches under the surface is often more serious than one of equal size plainly visible A farmer this spring remarked that he had broken several points on a sunken rock whch he has now removed at less expense than it has already been to him in plow repairs N E Farmer Horses may be taught to cantet slowly and gracefully by riding them under the saddle for a long distance up hill The canter is a gait not so much desired since horseback riding has gone into disuse but there are many indica- Â¬ tions that the healthful exercise given by riding on horseback is to become more popular as it certainly should Philadelphia Press A correspondent To clean cane chairs Take a house The planter stepped lithelyfrom Five the porch f and greeted me cordially 1 Thadarigaaof SUtae aagwbaulareytttMter could scarcely believe that this clear US Patent aad tae models ess tfr kefwa complexioned bright eyed animated fel- Â¬ bjtUJCmmiUte Address wlttmcalmaes low and the morose being of a few weeks KICILLKB STJTLSX Seersjiry v back were the same He inquired after American Committee of the Sutae efLnwrty T my companion of the former visit and re- STark 3 aCerevr Street retted he was not with me Yes said is wife we are both much indebted to him How I askodln surprise For this wonderful change in my hus Â¬ band Tour friend when leavincr handed him a bottle of Warners safe care He took it and two other bottles and now And now he broke in from an growling old bear I am healthy and so cheerful my wife declares she has fallen in love with me again I It has made over again a thousand lova matches and keeps sweet the tempers of the family circle every where Copriahted Used by permission of American Mural toQju- - Xak deliTerei Xr fa Ill-feeli- ng Home- - J Rmiw nf ths BrictatoB Kwrttarf BossttssV Wagner composed only eleven operas arsr sics Fooil resemble the icotiKrs misic x reMred It is believed he would hav composed doselj thstlnfaats are reaied aad eJaufeebeftd clualTci7opoHlC ABOtberphrslclaa more but he had nsed np all the aoisas aa orphan asylum saysr I aTe bees msiagtats prep Â¬ N Y Graphic aration for are years orator aad Bars the aMtm bonaded faith la IS aa a dtat Sot Jaflatt ayte 3T clgfateaasBoatas eld- It Astonished the Pablic to hear of the resignation of Dr Pierce as a Congressman to devote himself solely to his labors as a physician It was because his true constituents were the sick and af Â¬ Â¬ ad ji4r -- -- rE S their behalf Consumption bronchitis cough heart disease fe7er and ague intermittent fever dropsy neuralgia goitre or mentions the thick neck and all diseases of the blood Mas Axsx Ramp of Belair Ga na4er d t Sot 6 I hae clearest and simplest plan he knows of are cured by this world renowned medicine remedy1391 says Femalebees atag yaw woaderfag Bgalatur la ay itwWy a Bradlelds for testing seeds Take a piece of cat Its properties are wonderful its action long time aad I would eto God that every aawased woman la onr land fcaew tJta woBderfslTkt aad off clothing or an old bag or towel magical By druggists caratire powers as 1 do there weald he a grot deaf less suffering amonfrour sex I aei Sttrel weald hare put samples of your corn or wet bedridden for Jteca bad It sot bees difference What 1 hear it lator other seeds on one end roll up tigpht newspaper is the and a pitcherbetween a been I recosmeadliftto ererr womaa for theof whe man any womb troablev bo matter and keep warm near kitchen stove If oase Don writer aDous ivw aasks a Is suffering with iestc yet laaearei a stagMof whs matvra vear description ana cure to likely to ret too dry wet it keep it N Y Herald Send for oar Boot oa Dfa eaAas of 7romeawMeh5a m moist and in a week vou can tell what mailed free Address BKAD7IZLD X67JLTOK CO AtcSBta G2 How to Beach Colorado per cent will grow Sail Francjsc The Burlington Route C B Q R B Chronicle is the only lino with its own tracks from W3LM0FTS FEYEJI AMI A W TltfC As long as land ownei3 look at the Chicago JPeoria and St Louis direct to A warranted care totrall Mfl queston of forest preservation qj treo Denver Every day in the year it runs ele- Â¬ cassed by mslmrto s shin tug of the hleod ssek as ChMki aad fercr planting as one of charity for poster-it- - gantly equipped through trains between FeTer aad AgaeSaa rates ot them will go above mentioned points For tickets and the great majority Cams Iatermttteat atm general on cutting down their trees indiscrim- rates via oron any information regarding Bttfoas aad al otherTeren i Ticket Agent in the same call inately and refusing to plant Discusby materia It Is atee the safest or Canada or address PerÂ¬ sag best care for eategadSaieea sion on this subject is now however United States General Passenger Agent Chi- Â¬ ceval Lowell Fever Cakev Geaexal BahUlsy taking a new direction The scientist cago 111 aadPeriodicKearaJgte yTorSJehyaHhtav is able to show that larger returns may CHAS F KEELKR Proa Ontoage Hf Mosquitoes are free from one vice at be secured by judicious tmber culture They TBTE than by gold mining or even wheat least Press cant stand smoking Detroit Free in exceptional localities growing save Boston Advertiser Say why i3 everything COLLAR Either at sixes or at sevens Probably my dear nervouB sister beÂ¬ HOSIERY ep zevc aub ixiTmia cause you are Buffering from come of the rrsro axoBB soke n peculiar to your Bex You have a It srilt posltJTely prereat chaacfciecxss- aad care s Tho Alleged Employment of Arsenical diseases dragging down feeling tho back ache Wither Horae caa be worked while care i afÂ¬ Colors wOI refnad jpoaey If aot you are debilitated you have pains of vari fected Harness makers tarsje A New York dealer in hosiery says ous kinds Take Dr R VPierces Favor- Â¬ satisfied after days trial Be sure to get Pad W eaougn SEXTEJsl CITXTIS Mad4w ihat whereas it would seem cheap ite Prescription and be cured Price re-Â¬ colored stockings would be more liable duced to one dollar By druggists to have poson in their color than the A flourishing business that of tha higher priced ones but the fact is just writing master the reverse You never hear of poor UNEQUALLED FOR CXMCHJHMI WOOD GLASS CHINA The Worst Urethral Stricture people being poisoned by wearingcheap LONOOHJmt AWARDED COLO MEDA speedily new radical methods Maum a ILunlin Orxxs 4c colored hosiery It is only those who Pamphletcured by our and terms two letter e5j23 Ud byCar Oxac MTd oalr FSaao Cs by PsUca references CEMENT CO QtowtsiiB1 wear the best material It would stamps Worlds Dispensary Medical AsEVERYWHERE SsmrlsTiaCaasi scarcely pay to put arsenic in a cheap sociation 663 Main Street Buffalo N Y artcle When the weather is warm the UNIFORMS ITL A hose bush is thought to be exceeding cheap colored hosiery runs and the but yet it wants tha tarth fal fftfiwMtnf n A3a color gets all over the feet Atnight lv modest m MMiiJTTi Boston Transcript jn the color is washed off and no harmiul effects are felt When the weather is Pucks TooTHAcmsDnops curelnlmicuteSc V r tat 0U ftmBMn- - Puant - OumiA ITiuui GU Cant mni warm fine colored hosiervruns but very Glenns Sulphur Soap heals and beau ciBes 25c zzi zrzz z - t However so lttle though the German Cokx Remover kil is Corn a Bunion little wiii i AijeiMjna LJXm a lira nwkiHunnaf effect upon the wearer is deleterious blood poison- Â¬ and frequently results in sftiAi niCil KKWIAWS HAY FEVER ing I can not say though that this VLUlCnlcoamilsBloaserterreaT- For ten years or morel Fesstssa aad Increase etreaters is true in every case but many that I have been a great sufferer Jsws aed A WMcCOHICX for esserfeaeeaadn or ao fee Write have known exemplify what I have each year from Angust SOil CtansnanrJ Oate stated The poor people have a won- 9th till frost and hare tried A SaaJ YC wantedfer my AJSW IROOK 1 O Thirty Ytan a 3eteeUxr derful immunity it seems from poison- many alleged remedies for by Aixax PiNKZBToar For terms aad special terri Â¬ Its care bat Elys Cream ing produced in this manner If arsenic tory address GXeroyKaapXocJcBex3eAhtahaI0 the was used in cheap hos ery as much as Balm Is haveonly preventa ever tive I Wigs Baags aad Wares seat C 07 aay in fine the hospital m ght be Hay Fever sufferers found ought KhelessieaBdretallarlcellsVretf HAIR whereStrehl CoO3 full of patients now all suffering to Know of Its effleacy Ba BAKK B AlXSWOSTH Of from poisoning in the feet and limbs Franfc B Alnsworth Co Of course it is the aim of the manu Publishers Indianapolis p9val Ind Baasai DjJCAOaTA facturers to have as little arsen c a CREAM BALM I8SS THE NATIONAL MOftMAL 1 88V possible in the coloring they use but Eatlre exsease sSJbH e gained an enviable rej the fa ntest trace occasionally has a has I I waweeicuverzsBaeBM utatlon wherever known wonderful effect upon some people who displacing aU other prepa HAY FEVER UNIVERS 13 1 Over 3P Deyarwneau aaa3- alBaa AHuwumlrmMi particle Is t have impure blood susceptible to any rationsIntoAeach nostrU an-no pain agreeable to ate vtdedfor LensI SlIewaa cuazerreg OrerVJSC plied Â¬ flicted everywhere They will find Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery a beneficent use of his scientific knowledge in BEDRIDDEN FOB LIFE if 1 Â¬ Â¬ p BOSS PAD Â¬ Si LE PAGES LIQUID GLUE 9RISi Â¬ F 11 irwKcwm w - r ir Vi W - CATARRH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ aHl aWI0i AllCtl Wahaah-avCheg- e- M X Black shades of hosiery seem to be free from poisoning Of the colors more likely to conta n it is red Dark gray light straw deep maroon and such shades possess less of poisoning These colors are always dyed to a black if a hue and cry is made against wear ing stockings with poisons in them Black never injures and contains no arseuic I must say thatl realty believe that a small proportion of the colored hosiery used by the general public perhaps may have arsenic in them The greater majority do not and there is little probability that with all the means ol detecting poisons in color any manufacturer will be rash enough to put in enough arsenic to create a panic in Boston Globe hosiery Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ influence Prlco 50ebr mall or at druggists ELY BBOTHEBS Send for clrcatei Irugglsts OweKONlr in i ne ORGANS inent woio low prices Sendforcatalogue The moBt ueautifpl and finest toned eaxypay Address Weaver Orsan Piano CoYorkPa aeipeatowoeasixsHtt or Westaa caa parsae aay ioaAar aoaacJaaaxstady with JLe FeBseoiiuMaaa aawaey any otaer lastitauoa tnaa at la the IT S Catalogae aad full HOLBnOOK lnformatfoa free Address JPresldeat JsJLfJCKB LebaaosWarreaCt O- Deen Teachers swad Bookkeeper trained aereJhava than the bright decided colors like red blue orange green violet and garnet If Yoo are Driven WM of a friend though he oaQs you aside at an evening party to give it and rid yotrraeif ot the trouble by the use of With itching take tho ad rice Â¬ i Ayers Sarsapariiia Alew weeks siace I was attacked with a severe and Jistressiag form ef Fnrnnt The eruptions spread very geaerailyver my body caaemj an iateae ReWag- - awl burning sensation especially at aafjrf With great faith in the virtaes et AyerM Sarsapariiia I commeaced takteg it aad after having nsed Icsa than two feottJes f thi3 medicine am entirely earsci Haarr the HefetyBCWast K Beardsley Philadelphia Pa Ball the weM tawwrajewraaf rem Keeheater 2f Ist writes f Haviag sniercd sevsreij fer seas Usa with Eczeaw aad isUfsgr t fad ratf from other reBtetSes J have made aee during the past three xmbcIk ef Ayrs Sarsapariiia which has effected a corona a 2Sx Tf w i1 Jsu r Two Problems in Gastronomies In a weaving mill near Manchester where the ventilation was bad the proprietor caused a fan to be mounted The operators instead of thanking their employer made a formal com- Â¬ plaint that the ventilator had increased their appetites and therefore entitled them to a corresponding increase in By stopping the fan a part oi wages day the ventilation and voracity oi the the establishment were brought to a j medium standard and the complaints ceased The operatives wages would but just support them any additional demand by the stomachs could only be answered bv drafts upon their backs which werey no means in a condition to answer them In Ednburgh a club was provided vtn a dinner in a well ventilated apart ment the air being perfumed as it on tered imitatingin success the fragrance of the lavender and the orange Uower During the dinner the members enjoyed themselves as usual but were not a little surprised at the announcement o r the prov der that thev had drunk three times as much wine as he naa usually provided The perfume of the ar wag the cause of the increased appetite foi wine It is a clever scheme of the hotel keeper oy which he is fast reap ing a fortune Manchester Env Courier Â¬ w -- JV BW 0i - W- 5 J - four-year-o- ld ydga J cure Cop7sjgsse Â¬ cent resed far all fcteod dfeeaees I consider tim mecieiwa aMgaM For all disorders of the Blood use Prepared by Dr Â¬ J C Ajtt Sc Co Ay ers XewaU Haas Sarsapariiia Drsgstes Said y Briee 1 six heMes ti Jfc 4 - i PARSONS w w- PURGATIVE Â¬ Â¬ -positively ere bick mXaDXCXM lUiniUN aad an Trc mil v-a -w vzn IVAJk fllAll noZ rTale QwitoS STj i MB have ao equal tbess aralaabls - CalrttaWa aad asa v nrarnaa i Ysatav i sa w w i vm bt t iSAM A ir liAvsarfar Tjssss-irr ataU for is el4u la atastpa ViivaWA uatMdMytw JOJLjeox at- R U AWARE THAT if rr - PIUS - 1 Lorilkidi beartBC Um gaax ta nisTWO iiAHthlt lL is v5r- - aad aw vaauat Xrd mstwtM seaatter the imtthv goofc on Aaares Plug lg red tin fey XQ LortHerds Navy CUpplBa aad that LoriHwcds StiaaVars bwt aaq gha5gwtt oaaUty csaaidKtd wumnm wmcf ajr jmm j assaa 7 - a fM3- AA JB m ea S