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Easters who had gone through the worst fire of the civil war Dr Vicaire surgeon in the French army was standing in front of them regarding them with a severe PATTERSON air HAZELRIGG have insult my friend M-- le Lieutenant Foulon He demand ze satisfaction SET STEELING KY said Dr Vicaire particularly address- Â¬ ing Colonel Skerrett You have kick SAMUEL McKEE his dog You write apolojry ver eoot ATTORNEY AT LAW You no write apoiogy vou cnoose ze ze ah vat you call ramie ze No 441 W Jefferson street Weapons said Major Marsh com- Â¬ LaciviLiEja Dr Vicaire W iractieesin all the State Courts and ing to his assistance feoJal atteatkiH given to business of all bowed klads ia the United States Courts Apologize for kicking his darned cur shouted the Colonel What A PORTER LACEY did it come snapping and harking at my ATTORNEY AT LAW longheels for if I would kick Mr Ioo himself he did that Ah replied the Doctor vergoot A3TD and he blew his Insult additional nose like a flourish of trumpets EXAMINER OF DEPOSITIOK5 Colonel Skerrett was as brave a man Hazel Gkee Kt as ever stood in boots hut besides his to a duel JJM Qciixes J C Lykets conscientious objections ludicrous the cause of quarrel was so that QUrLUAN LTKDs S he only answered with aburstoflauo-h-te- I come to denounce to you as you ATTORNEYS AT LAW fNOTAKY IIJBXiIO r Ah said the Doctor calmly but reddening Insult treert And he REAL ESTATE AGENTS took a prodigious pinch of snuff Caxpton Kr The three friends looked at each other Major Marsh took the word TKles cxaraiaed taxes paid for Collections a specialty Heal estate My friend will allow me to act lougfct and old on commission Will prac him We have the choice of weaponsfor tioe ia Wolfe and adjoining counties non-resi-dca- ts AT LAW EL ic Mi Iwm - At V5f - DR IL B GARDNER PHYSICIAN AND SUBGEDN Hazel Greek KrM Offers his services to the people of Wolfe and mime adjoining counties Sir cried the fiery doctor you make ze game of me I see you after DR M ELASH my friend havezo satisfaction Dont get so hot now What do PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON you sav to stuffed clubs in a darkened Hazel Gkees Ky room Tenders his professional services to the citi It took a long time to make the doc- Â¬ zens of Wolle aniadjoining counties Office tor understand this proposition but atresidcBec on Broa vray when he did he rejected it with con- Â¬ stantly Tl TATJLBEE Mi D P ckeringincreasing awrath Captain suggested HAZEL GREEN KY in a pit kick scratch bite claw Wmm SURGEON KB ACCOnCHEOB and gouge Major Marsh thought an Tcuucrshis professional services to the peo- excellent way of settling the diliiculty ple of Woire and adjoining- count s Office would be for the two adversaries to go at residence on Hazel Green Heights into shallow water and see which could drown the other Finally Colonel Skerrett suggested that tuev should HOTELS- bring a keg of powder on the field cast lots and whichever lost should sit upon the keg and apply the cigar he Imd just been smoking to a hole in the HAZEL GREEN KY keg Dr Vicaire tore his hair ana re- Â¬ D S CODSEY Proprietor jected one and all Why said the Major it pears to Patronage is respectfully solicited from eveiybody more especially the traveling me that we havent got the choice of public Pirst class accomaodations and sat weapons at all isfaction guaranteed Of ze weapon yes But zis is no weapon Swords dagger peestol gun 3XJERkTT HCOTJSE zey all weapon But ze gouge ze HAZEL GREEN JCT feest ze clup rempli or vat you call ze stuff clups eh monsieur and the JOHN H PiERAn Proprietor worthy Doctor stamped with rage Doctor said the Major quietly the last suggest on of Colonel Sker- Â¬ 52PThe table is supplied with the best in the market and first class accommodation rett is one that has been acted on in will be furnished for man and beast- at least one case in one of the Southern Staies of Amer ca IS yourfr end wants an out and out dooel he will accept MORGAN HOUSE the offer of a barrel of powder under WEST LIBERTY KY them conditions If he dont he is only foolin with the matter People blaze JAMES H COLE Proprietor away at each other here for half an hour and shoot nothing but the pigs Patronage of the traveling public is reÂ¬ spectfully solicited Table always supplied When we da a thing in the States we with the best in the market Stable attached du it Sir shrieked Vicaire with con- Â¬ centrated rage You coward you ASHLAND HOUSE- poltroon seclrat I post you in ze cafe 2EAR POST OFFICE ze hotel I and my friend whip you w th ze eh ze whip of ze horse IiEXIXGTON KENTUCKY and he rushed from the room swing Â¬ ing his hat frantically in one hand and BATES SEASONABLE flST CUSS plucking at h s hair with the other Left to themselves friends JIE BOSWELL SONS Proprietors laughed heartily As the threedoctors for the threat of personal chastisement Major Marsh alone looked strong enough to CAMPTON HOUSE horsewhip the National Guard if it CAMPTON KY were called out For the posting in the cafes they cared exactly nothing They chatted and smoked and were begin Â¬ ALEX J ASBURY Proprietor ning to forget the whole affair But an hour later the writer an- Â¬ Ths table is supplied with the choicest vi Â¬ M fe Lieutenant Foulon ands ia the raarket and the charges are rea- nounced sonable- Special inducements to Commercial M Foulan advanced into the room tourists bowed courteously to the two and adÂ¬ dressing Colonel Skerrett said in per-Â¬ fect English I have just seen my friend Vicaire IK TKE OLD RELIABLE Possibly he misunderstood From what he told me I understand that you made propositions which no gentleman would make Therefore vou are no gentleman It remains to be seei if OF JlABTTOBJ COKN you are a coward as well I am aware Wfelh J3eal ia Reliable iBdemairy Xrft that your last proposition is a mode of Cheap lasHranee the duello practiced in some parts of Of that my friend Vi - Tour country Tim Tried and Fire Testedcare was ignorant Although the TTHEBEST IS THE CHEAPEST practice it irregular I waive that con sideration and personally accept your JJTf W v v vox c ajim cxrrr4 proposal of a keg of powder under the specified conditions You will oblige HlcHEKNDON Agest Hazel Green Ky me by nam jig time and placo f- Then I choose them that nature provided Fists Feest said the doctor pondering You mean ze ze Major Marsh exphiined in panto- Â¬ Yes J Â¬ 3 rough-ana-tumb- le Â¬ - JDAST HOUSE Â¬ Insure Your Property Gnu Say to morrow at five oclock in the crowd leaped up the steps of tho pilot Â¬ afternoon I reckon the little wood of house and se zed tho wheel There he Plessis on the road to Versailles is a stood the flames roaring about him quietr enough place I will supply the tho crowd shrieking beneath him Keg of powder for your use and you steadily steering toward therightbank will supply the oue for mine Foulon shuddered at this exhibition of Very well sir said Foulon bow Â¬ simple superhuman courage The bank ing I shall be there The terms to was reached The crowd selfish and be rigidly adhered to To apply the crazed with fear rushed to land The cigar which one has just been smoking Major and the Captain struggled up to the open hole in the keg the burning steps of the pilot house Precisely answered the Colonel followed by Foulon and Vicaire They 1 presume said the Leutenant dragged the Colonel out through the with a sinister smile that in any flames bore him to tho bank and ap- Â¬ event the services of a doctor or sur- Â¬ plied restoratives He was less injured geon will be unnecessary than might have been supposed and at 1 am sure of it said the Colonel length opened hs eyes with a grin Oh Colonel Skorrettcried Foulon Foulon left the room and when he with tears in hs eyes your pardon had gone Colonel Skerrett said Ill your pardon You are a brave man and fight this here devil but I aint gwine to a man of honor The Colonel said Captain Picker let that there fool blow himself to meas- Â¬ ing can swim like an otter He could atoms The three friends took have crossed the creek a hundred times ures accordingly The next day at the appointed time without stopping F sts said Major Marsh are no the five men all smoking vigorously were on tho ground Eachparty had weapons perhaps Well pistols are brought its powder keg along The The Colonel can knock the center of a Major and Dr Vicaire tossed up Th five cent piece spun in the air at fifty yards Major won I wll never fight a duel again Foulon turned ghastly pale but walked firmly to the keg which the Murmured Foulon And I never call one man ze cow- Â¬ Americans had brought and sat down on it It was an ordinary cider keg ard for not fight of ze duel said Vi- Â¬ and Major Marsh knocked out the caire Is all the women safe bung All then retired to a safe dis- Â¬ asked the tance except the Colonel who remained Colonel F W Avery in Chicago standing by Foulons side The latter down whoso livid face the sweat was THE SABBATH SERVICE rolling took his cigar from his mouth and advanced it still glowing toward A Fancy Sketch Just as Appropriate Else- Â¬ the open bung hole where as in lloston Hold on there said the Colonel What a blessed privilege is ours one that ere cigar is lit Certainly it is gasped Foulon his day in seven to lay aside our cares and lips quivering in spite of himself our troubles and to rest our weary wen saia the Oolonel with a minds and our tirod bodies in contem grin you be nt such a darned fool plation of the ideal perfectness at which as to put a lighted cigar into a keg of we all of us aim Here is a conreo a When was you powder bo you tion just emerging from the sanctuary born Sir replied the Lieutenant vainly lhank the Lord we ve got out endeavoring to hold the cigar motion-Â¬ where he can breathe exclaims Mrs less in his shaking hand I have Phleshiphatt who is a lady of bountiful given my word that if I lost the toss proport ons Thank the Lord weve up I should put this lit cigar got out where we can breathe I really Hold on you didnt say lit thought I should suffocate It was in- Â¬ Well the cigar I was smoking Put it out then sufferably stuffy Wonder why the sex- Â¬ Sir you have run the risk that I ton thinks last years atmosphere so ran I have lost and I but do as you much superior to the present seasons would have done I will put this vintage If I were a boy really I be- Â¬ lighted c gar into this bung hole lieve Id break two or three windows Put in the chawed up end then Id do something at any rate to let You insult me again sir that poor imprisoned air out and a little Bless your heart You fire up a fresh air in darned sight easier than this ere powÂ¬ And I was so sleepy was the vol- Â¬ der ever wilL Do you think that I unteer observation of Mrs Morfeus would ever put the burning end of a I couldnt keep my eyes open for all cigar into the bung hole of a keg full I could do Dont you think Mr Proof of powder Great Jerusalem text is getting fearfully dull I have told you agam and I repeat Awful Thus Mrs Phleshiphatt Did you see what a horrid bonnet it that you are no gentleman But I I am a man of honor Bah You Sarah Somes had on asked Mary shall see me die as one 1 keep my Maize promise A perfect fright wasnt it was Foulon slowly advanced tho burning the questionable form in which Jennio cigar toward the opening in the keg Jones expressed her opinion beneath Made over Go away here you shall be killed I should hope so shouted Vicaire to the Colonel but the 1 should hate to So should I latter remained quietly beside the vic- Â¬ think any milliner guilty of such tim Vicaire covered his face with his taste hands and waited for tho awful mo- Â¬ Mamma sa d a little nrss tug- ment which was to blow his friend to ging at her mothers dress Johnnyi atoms There was a dead silence and Wfc ninAhtno tv nil Tnrncrm w n 0 then a slight hiss was heard Vicaire Why Johnny how could you looked up Foulon his face purple Well whats a feller som to do with rage was holding his cigar after snun tnere aoin notn n lor more n repeatedly poking it into the buncr hole an hour Beside Lil benun it The Colonel was on a broad grin I didnt Is this powder asked Foulon I say you did Didnt you pull mv Tooth powder answered tho Col- Â¬ hair onel cost almighty 1 only pulled it easy But said Foulon shaking now My gracious You call that easy with rage instead of fear if you had Baby lost the toss up our keg was full of gun Â¬ Children What an awfully long powder What then prayer Mr Prooftext made Id have put the cigar out before I he would never get through I thought put in said the Colonel I know it replied Mrs Smith to Ah murmured Foulon whom the last remark was made ho Or stuck in the chawed up end seems to bo getting worse and worse Hold on to the terms you By tiie way did you not ce old Gerri Foulon calmly walked to his carriage ton and Liza Periwinkle He and Vicaire hoisted in their keg of Not ce them I guess I did I gunpowder and followed it themselves couldnt keep mv eyes of em Awfully bir shouted Foulon to the Colonel sweet on each other aint they said you were no gentlemen I say I And his wifes only been dead six now you are a coward months The Colonel smiled Disgraceful it When are yon For three days the friends walked coming up to seeaint mo about Paris and saw both Foulon and Oh I know Ive got so Vicaire several times They were not much to dodoit know I dont get any you posted in the cafes for the Frenchmen time to go anywhere Why theres feared the storm of ridicule which a Mrs Chatterton over there I suppose knowledge of the grotesque duel would I shall have to speak to her bring upon them Neither were the I hope to goodness she wont see horsewhipped for Vicaire argued that me the hateful thing they would probably retaliate and in Guess you th nkas much of her as such a case the whipping would be only I do but if I dont speak to her Ill a modified form of the auel a la club never hear the last of it Good bv remnli fecme and see me when you can On the fourth day after this duel I say Charley asked Tom who the three friends happened to be on was that girl you were mashing all one of the large and beautiful steam- - church trme boats carrying excursions down the Oh that was a little creature I met Seine Colonel Skerrett like a con- Â¬ at the dance last winter Shes a daisy sistent Yankee was in the pilot house eh watching the working of the wheel He But howd tho gamo Not bad came down afterward and sauntered come out yesterday afternoon back to where his two friends were As usual Bostons got goose egged standing Near them were no less in Have a cigarette dvlduals than Foulon and Vicarie Nei- Â¬ Well exclaimed Clara what do ther party addressed the other The you think of the new tenor I think boat was in the middle of the river For hes just splendid What a heavenly a long distance on either side the banks mustache were straight and the tide was flowng And what a fool that Miss Spriggins directly down the middle channel Sud Â¬ made of herself She was gawking at denly arose a cry of fire A wild him all the time they were singing instampede of passengers in the bow of stead of looking at her notes How-Â¬ the boat was made toward the stern ever I cont suppose she can much and Foulon who was standing near an worse than when she does trysingfollow to opening in the railing was thrown the music Wonder what they keep As he was falling her in the cho r for from his balance overboard the Colonel stretched out his Sure enough Or Mr Basscleft long arm grasped him by the collar either Why hes actually getting and pulled him in again The French- Â¬ bald And mercy how he squints man s hat had fallen off The Colonel Hullo Theres that Cheever felEicked it up and with a friendly smile low it to his late adversary Foulon What that ninny whos all the time colored up and said eagerly staring at the sriris Hm I dont want Colonel Skerrett I beg your par- Â¬ to see him Ill turn down hero good don You are a gentleman by In the meantime the panic increased Guess she All the bow of the boat was in a bright staring at herneednt worry about his soliloquizes Nell as blaze And the fire reached the pilot- Â¬ her dear friend disappears around the house The pilot rushed out with corner Old jealousy singed beard and eyebrows and the And so it goes Really what a set boat slowly drifted down the stream of empty headed venomous creatures The Colonel cauffht hold of the pilot we should be were it not for the Saband dragged him to Foulon bath service Boston Transcript Sir iY said he ask this here fellow which bank is the safest to land on The capital invested in wild am and tell me mals in this country is estimated at He says the right one answered 4000000 Chicago Herald Foulon But the boat can not be No pusson is hizj case he doan managed The wheel must be on fire Without a word of reply the Colonal want money out beease he doan want plowed his way through the shriekin ter work Arkayisaw Traveler Â¬ Inter-- A PENNSYLVANIA ROMANCE PITH AND POINT HowMr Lincoln Believed the Distresses now the Armies of the Czar Are Inspect of a Newly Married Couple ed by tho Emperor In the spring of 1863 a very hand-Â¬ We rode at least a mile and a half some and attractive young lady from past the line of tents and must have Philadelphia came to my office with a seen 50000 men The ground is pret-Â¬ note from a friend asking me to assist tily accidente and altogether well suit her in obtaining an interview with the ed for camp purposes At the end we President Some time ago she had came upon the Guard reglmxits and been married to a young man who was the Preobrajensky Regime with a lieutenant in a Pennsylvania regi- Â¬ whom finished the inspection and here j c Ocean 1 T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Flossie told her mother sossmwsf and her ladies alighted and were to which the latter replied Yoadort joined by the Emperor and Grand say so Mamma said Flossw T Dukes We all dismounted and came why do you say You doafc say inside the square of which the royalty when Ive just this minute said it and staff formed one side the musi- Â¬ Boston Post cians the opposite side the other two InquirerYes paragraphist ua sides bo ng composed of officers of the doubtedby originated from the use of various corps who had hurried to the the list OKaF at the beginaiag of spot In the center on a mound stood each paragraph Therefore you are the conductor of the united bands of correct in your spelling reform of the music and near him one drummer boy word to paragrafist Current or perhaps a lad of twenty We the Trousers with two legs are a P foreign missions stood in line and the a shirt with two arms is only one shirt Emperor came down from the pavilion Philosophers had better give up tryisg and spoke to each of tho Generals He to find out whether the moon is iahafe was very aracious to me and inquired ited with spooks and clear up soflfte c4 about my servica and the commands I the dark mysteries of this life Tokd had held This over he stood alone in Blade the center and a detachment of Ser good deal Jike geants in full marching order passea dog Human nature is a some ctheir dog nature Whenever hm one by one each Sergeant giving wants the bono it becomes doobly the evening report of his picket and ot and when a man about to the usual watch setting in a ose something upon whichis has pl he loud voice the Czar thus fulfill- Â¬ slight value its worth goes skyward ing for the moment the role of camp tapidly Cleveland Leader We Generals only commandant How did you come to fall in love were then taken up one by ono to the with MattieCook FreL Her face isat Empress who talked to me about tho I admit Princess of Wales Cowes Osborne the prettiest in the world that Bob but then shes a lovely char- Â¬ etc and was altogether gracious and acter and such a pretty foot On charming Then tea was handed then it was her foot that led you te around and tho crowd of officers and Yonlcers Gazette of the troops generally kept closing adore Mat Miss De Verc Dont you aiagi 3fc round the square as the hour for tho retreat or Zaira drew nigh MeanÂ¬ Lisle Mr Li3le of the Harvard Glee while heavy clouds had gathered in the Club Oh yes but we are not alone horizon and a storm seemed to threaten That ugly old dnfter in the corner ha us though the view down the slope been watching us tho last hair hor and over the valley to Krasnoe distant Miss De Vere Oh never mind him about a mile was not rendered less hes only my father Brooklyn EaalL beautiful by the combination of waning Featherly wa3 making an evening sunlight and threatening clouds call and the revised edition was being i Eight oclock sounds each field bat- Â¬ discussed In the new Bibb that pa tery fires an evening gun three rock- Â¬ brought home said Bobby joining ets shoot into the air and the drums the conversaton sister is four years and bands roll out with a solemnity younger than she was in the old Cjtei and volume of sound not easilv for- Â¬ Is that what is- - meant by-- the revid JV T Sun gotten the evenng hymn As thclast edition notes die oft the drummer boy steps Ill tell you a great secret wtt forward the bandmaster descends and you must promise not to give it away the little drummer sole occupant of Of course not believe Miss Bir the square repeats slowly but with d e McGinns is goneI on me Ive al-Â¬ perfect distinctness the Lords Prayer most made up my mind to pop the Every head is uncovered and bows question What did she say to yo from the Emperor to the furthermost She didnt say anything to me pre Â¬ spectator and 1 should from mv heart cisely but at the picnic on Onion Creek pity the man who as the little lads she patted my dog on the head Isnt Amen went up in its solitary sim- Â¬ that an encouraging sigru Yes BOSTON VISITORS plicity could scoft at or even be un- Â¬ thats the next thing to patting jou oa impressed by the silence which fol- Â¬ the head Your turn will comnext Peanuts and Pink Lemonado at tho IIai lowed There was a total absence of Texas Siftings Kural Sight Seers all exaggeration or straining for in- Â¬ He was a poet and he was talking to An influx of country visitors to Bos- creased effect The bands then burst Miss Ethel in the conservatory and as ton is invariably signalized by the pro- forth with the Russian National air so she toyed wth the ice well known to all of us and the sceno just broughj her she which he had fusion of paper bags business inquiredi Mc and peanut shells that litter the closed as night fell R mer you write a good deal of poi in Blackwood s Magazine etry dont you common the public garden and the Oh yes M3 Ethel he answered audit comes so sidewalks generally The rural sight- Â¬ PREMATURE BURIALS easily to me Why do you know X ex- seer has a pronounced partiality for pect it is more work for you to read peanuts Whenever he may be exÂ¬ An Undertaker Itelief That People Are my poems that it is for me to write Often Buried Alive pected to flock thither the supply of Yes I expect it is them she an- Â¬ peanuts on hand to meet all possible The world would be horrified swered coyly and it must bo much demands is made startlingly manifest sad a well known undertaker the other pleasanter to write them thaa to read Carts with heaped up masses of tho day And then he looked up at the if it knew the number of bodies them edible appear in all directions What becomes of them at other times is a that are buried before 1 fe is extinct shrubs that grew around them mystery to the uninitiated Whence Once in a while one of these cases said nothing while she continued to tov with the their venders spring is also another se- Â¬ comes to light but no steps are taken Boston Post chilly orange fiavored ice r cret that no one has attempted to to prevent its recurrence solve They are always sunburned Somethng that happened to me REINDEER HUNTING men of bucolic aspect and single toned about twelve years ago has worried me raucaus voices and somnolent bearing Esquimaux Haat Another feature of the rush of rural ever since I was sent for one day to How theAided By Boys andthe KelBdeex v Dogs visitors hitherward is the simultaneous take charge of the body of a man in Esquimaux dogs are used in various appearance of pink lemonade Why street The man was a tailor ways in hunting When the weather pink has never been explained nor has and had fallen over while sitting on any one curious in such matters taken his bench is so foggy that a hunter can not see sewng the trouble to discover the cur ous con- Â¬ man about forty He was a big fleshy very far and there is consequently but nection between this lemonade and the weighed about 250 years of aire and little prospect of his killing anyfcing pounds The body frowsy young men without shirt collars was warm and the limbs very limp I unless he almost stumbles upon it one or neckties and having an abnormal did development of the Adams apple in said not believe the man was dead and of them will take his bow ajwl arrows so their throat who supply the blushing physician His friends told me that a or his gun if he be fortunate cncHgk had pronounced him dead to own beverage to the thirsty strangers in our giving I was ordered to put his body on ice at hunting one and charge the best trained midst The city was prolific last week once but delayed this operation on of ose of his dog in in these articles and their purveyors one pretext or another for nearly two sons they start out reindeer hunting With the departure of the circus both days During this time- - the body lav The boy puts aharness oa the dog ties disappeared It might be reasonably on the bench in the 1 ttle shop Finally the trace around his own waist jmt argued that they follow in the train of no The limbs holds it in his hands and follows his the circus were it not that they come to I could delay limplonger were still as as when I first exÂ¬ father out into the fog the surface again on every public holi Â¬ I prepared tho Of course the older Esquimaux has day It is not in this locality alone amined the body body for burial and the next day it some idea where the reiadeer will bo that peanuts and pink lemonade pre- Â¬ was buried I do not believe vail on these occasions The custom was dead when the earth Was that man grazing or res ting and he soon finds shoveled out which way the wind is blowing extends from one end of the country to in on his coffin II the same thing over the place where he suspects ta the other proving that there must bo some subtle and as yet unsolved sym- Â¬ were to happen again I would let reindeer to be-- Then with his boy else do and the dog he goes around in such a pathy between country people bent up somebody the same the burying About time ayoungwoman way that the game will not be disÂ¬ on enjoyment and the festal peanut and living up town was supposed to have turbed to some place where the wind tinted lempnade Boston Gazette A phjsician was blowng over the reindeer will come died very suddenly 4 He said she was dead An toward the hunters- - As soon as the called in What He Found Out old woman who was present thought j place is reached the dog smells tho I say Jones called the city editor otherwise and insisted upon it that she reindeer and commences snifing the to a reporter in the next room I wish was in a trance The body was buried I a r as if anxious to 20 toward them old youd go down to Captain Davis and A weekto later theherselfwoman deter Â¬ The boy allows the dog to advance mined satisfy about it and find out something about the death of bribed the grave diggers to disinter slowly still holding on to the harness so that it shall not run away As soo his brother The lid was removed and as the dos scent3 the deer it rtfs the coffin vw All right sir replied the obedient a horrible sight was seen Ihe youns directly toward them and when it Jones and started off In about an woman had come to life and had madjp quite near it grows excted aad com-Â¬ a lerrioAe sirxiggie ior ioerty tier mences to jump and to jerk thelMirnesa hour he returned Well inquired the c e when hair was torn out and her face was trace by whch the boy is hoWiag it terribly scratched She had turned beinc a well trained huatiag dog how did he die over on her face find out said Jones Didnt ever it never barks so as to frighten the A person is generally believed to be deer by the sound What was the matter Didnt find out repealed the ro dead if there is no acton of the heart The hunter nor knows froat these or pulse But if such a person is in a excited actions of the dorthat tho porter trance there is no act on of the heart reindeer must be close at hand altWhen are they going to bury him or pulse A vein should be opened hough he can not sec them for the ia Didnt find out he said again If blood flows the person is not So he tells his son to hold the dog a Didnt find out Thunderation dead This operation would take about remain in that spot while he takag hisman didnt you find anything out thirty seconds but it is not often re- Â¬ I bow or gun and crawls cautiously for exclaimed the 3gitated city editor sorted to Suppose the jierson is sufÂ¬ want in the prober direction Befettt t Yes sir fering only from a temporary suspen- Â¬ he has gone far probably not were Well well what was it Captain Davis said the reporter sion of animation Before he can re- Â¬ than twenty or twety fiveyards away with a sad sweet smile and the c e cover the use of his faculties an under-Â¬ tho huge forms of wo or tfeiee rein Â¬ rose up and bumped his head against taker comes in and he is pufc in an ice- Â¬ deer loom up through the lH box where whatever life there may is a cooa hunter he Will at J bit mm the wall Merchant Traveler-have been in him is frozen out The one aown and pernans two Notwithstanding the mystery snr Board of Health should take hold of them and so have 5ome4hmgfec tr rounding the manner of catching tho th s matter and devise some means of ner Vtien mere m wsmw oa disorder popularly called a cold ascertaining beyond all doubt that life ground the bov wi geaeraUr take medical scientists agree that among is exuncc oetore me Doay is ounea L two or three dog3 alea a aec a have thought of a good many different reindeer is killed witf nee ftea toiTra the causes are drt and impure air means A receiving vault could be it into the snow heode As 1fe little Philadelphia Record built in every cemetery where bodies Esquimaux loves ecfcneBC mis is Dressed beef now comes to the At Â¬ could be placed uutd decomposition good sport and ia thw wajr h jcmm lantic seaboard in the best condition had began when they could be buned LimhiniitU learns te hut quite yH rom 2000 miles away N Y Sun Philadelphia North American SiSSitktimt Frederick Sckxalkim phia and started on a briof honey- Â¬ moon journey with his bride A move Â¬ ment of the army being imminent the War Department issued a peremptory order requiring all absent officers to rejoin their regiments on a certain day on penalty of dismissal in case of diso- Â¬ bedience The bride and groom awav on their hurried wedding tour failed to see the order and on his return he was met by a notice of his dismissal from tho service The young fellow was completely prostrated by the dis- Â¬ grace and his wife hurried to Wash Â¬ ington to get him restored I obtained for her an interview with the President She told her story with simple and pathetic eloquence and wound up by saying Mr Lincoln wont you help us I promise you if you will restore him he will be faithful to his duty The President had listened to her with evident sympathy and a half amused smile at her earnest- Â¬ ness and as she closed her appeal he said with parental kindness And you say my child that Fred was compelled to leave you tho day after the wedding Poor fellow 1 dont wonder at his anxiety to get back and if he stayed a little longer than he ought to have done well have to overlook his fault this time Take this card to the Secretary of War and he will restore your husband She went to the Wat Department saw the Secretary who rebuked her for troubling tho President and dismissed her somewhat curtly As it happened on her way down the War Department stairs her hopes chilled by the Secretarys abrupt man ner she met tho President ascending He recognized her and with a pleasant smile said Well mv dear have you seen the Secretary Yes Mr Lincoln she replied and he seemed very angry with me for going to you Wont you speak to him tor me Give yourself no trouble saidhe I will see that tho order is issued And in a few days her husband was remanded to his regiment I am sorry to add that not long after he was killed at the battle of Gettysburg thus sealing with his blood her pledge that he should be faithful to his duty Ex Assistant Attorney General Cojey in Philadelphia Press Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- ment He had been compelled to leave were assembled all the bands and farthing WelL remarked her the day after the wedding to rejoin to the number ot 800 in one have always thought that the lee his command in tho army of the Po-Â¬ drums Jf tomac After some time he obtained compact mass facing the Empresss pa-Â¬ squabbles about tho better leave of absence returned to Philadel vilion or tent at the door of which she Maf Â¬ WE K -- - jj -- a Â¬ Â¬ -- circulars Lieutenaot-Gener-allfiggins- on ad Â¬ -- 5- J - r -- t frrgifagr- 4r V j ii -- TALkife Jf v - - WWmr tFtFe - W gpTPZ f iT5M - fc- - - rsS r J c- - tv- It putting Fitrhuglr Lee at the head J nasi acra ever that I crniia not keep SH0LTTB omeets ana tenebtsot thinsti qinana going to- i rosecaxin auor t their ticket for gubernatorial Tmnnt a Ymt JHwcyi m A4w tfee BesKcrats of Virginia have Tint nil r i iv t aimm Mf iiit iniAf nti t ih i Trrn trrt 111 oiTt r tv lnnvo rnf innipr-t- i -j ffc Bel HSreeii Pessgice as the pldr of the pile a mau who as Vown General discussion of primary men ts set aside and expose the manner soldier or statesman scarcely has ip neer irrammar bv teachers Eeport of critics m whicn thev weresecured XJiisfriht- t ened them and the next day the indict Vdiouniment- WKBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSZ - ever The election of 3itihugh Iee tctli Vu Jhr road bjT- MOKNING TttESDAY ments weretreconsidered hut were not governorship vdjl do niorjt to crashout M Downing Roll call reported in courfran order to give them --Praj er J Cn3Lm Aurv Wi k JMMi JAb rireltieHIs i- li - Ml r fe Ibe eniagoijery of School orsnization T M DoSvninsriJ ian opportunity to annoythe laSies with Wttfc it i1Jierefere-- the corrupiah Carrrin stock the TAlCC ST HliCSTAOitTAONT OF GENERAL MERCHAN P to Howe AF ifciEST ADVERTISING MEDIUWare JklahoneiindhastehJUJMenjSp thatfolie Z Itme rnmary Bvrd and J EJa-- warrants if 1 ajram went the jury in ana- DISE IN EASTERN KENTUCKY Having the experience of many years in our line of rt regeograpny ck3 told him the action of Ttes aiickei we feel justified in afcrting to the trade both Wholesale and Retail that we tBiTiriTf tkeflo charged fey ether elevation of any man in that State could iney ana icosa lec Jvasu Aritnmetic considering the indictments was not re businessand vrili meet the wants of our patrons ana make it to your interesLto patronize its i0 cUJi sMf 4 in hoi powibly accomplish cal tBiiiy KWKiwe In that work he Race SeveMtk Stewtfc Jyrd and yicc Amvs Adjourn ported that I would make the motion We have an innnesc stock Of everything you want or ueeu meiuuiiur ere a -- atf iy i iJiT Trill have a owerful di3 in John W G mQUi ror dinner i jn r win lhc matter was then reported to Judse li HoTbert Blactstone Senator from tiie AccomacJ Tuesdat Apterxoox X EDITOR CER COOPER Before I left one of the members of Alptiabet by Al a urown ana J 2l Arr Blackstone is a young district h ilarj 2iclc- - the grand jury who is also one of the Orthography Downing man of Tar more than ordinary ability ell A F Byrd J Z Haney J M Down- - J best citizens of the county came to me J3AZEL CREEN KY a collegiate educa- Keadiuir TerEBNESDAYATTGUST 2G 18S5 has the advantage of and is endowed iuff and J M Kash Downing bv Mag- - and siid I know I have no right to do trieFallen and Prof lemmui- so but I cannot refrain from telling you tion is a leading lawyer 1 Live Stock and all kinds Country Produce DEALERS ET ship by J Z Haney and J M Downing how things Avere arranged in the jury Leaf Tobacco Tftith an extraordinary store of common taken in exchange for Goods or in settlement of Notes and Accounts Querriesl Adjournment room There were about three of as who J T F DAY jfciTYour trade is respectfully solicited sense Inapersonal acquaintanceof two Wednesday Mousing were willing to do what was right and COCXT5T JUDGE or three years we found Air Blackstone Prayer School J our duties conscientiously J C SWANGO tiirwed toxsnounce G B possessed of the many qualifications we governmentbyby J M Downing and J perform absolutely powerless to doso but E B MAY M Downing we were for re electioa as olidie The duty of meting out justice in faMp Inilii e sBhect to thc action otitic mention Besides he is industrious so- Â¬ if Kash Recess Practical grammar by Alice Aniyx Adjournment for din- Â¬ Rowan county is one which tho govern- Â¬ 1 imtr ber affable and will honor his district or is powerless to perform owing to an iife ra jttkoned to announce J 0 as its State Senator in a manner worthy ner Wednesday Afternoon insufliciency of law ft is the duty of WWXGO x ewMKltc fir the office of Wi Geography by Maggie Fallen J Z the press and the people I think to aid subject to action of the birth place of Henry A Wise CMmtiv 3sSge f Wlfe Haney and Prof Downing Arithmetic him in every way in securing the necestifee itMaoentiic pny V by Edgar T Kash J Z Haney Jona sary legislation We have held a con MAYTOWN KY The recent and repeated defeat of the than Uhilders M thorized to announce DA F Brown and Prof sultation to night to determine whether We e We do yW HOGG a caHdMaie for re electiou as constitutional convention reminds us Downing History by Prof Downing it would be best for us to say nothing Keep constantly on hand everything- - kept in a first class country store We carry G K DEAN HIE misrepresention but by fair and honest dealing Wolfe coaoty subject to that to save the State expense a belter Querries Adjournment v Clerk f until this object is accomplished or to not secure trade by Thursday Morning lkrfMrie Dewocratic party give a full and fair statement of facts must he adopted to take the method CIKCOIT CLERK Prayer by Rev D H Fallen When we decide that question the whole The Largest and Best Stock of Goods and sell for Importers and Jobbers sense of the people upon this to announce W F by Instructor Recess Lec- Â¬ state of the case will be made public Vc anthonredfor re electiou as Cir Least Money of any House in Town and aggravated question The Leg- ture by Rev D G B Demaree Com EIJCIKS u adMUite One of the amusing features alnuit subject to ac islature should pass a bill authorizing Ksition by dk ciwk f Wolfe coHnty Z Haney Maggie Fallen the trip the indictment of General We have also connected with our business ia f democratic partyto announce A F the publication of the constitution in E P MickelJand J M Downing Ad iiaruui was carrying conceaieu ueniuy iof A First rCIass Steam Flouring and Saw Mill WAre aathoriBcd journment for dinner weapons He wentwthere with his life for Circuit Court Clerk BY3lcaiWaesubject to the action of the pamphlet form and in such quantity as Thursday Apternoon in his hands and had a pistol in hi3 and will guarantee satisfaction Respectfully c to supply each family with at least one f Velfc ceasty Fractions by Edgar T Kash J Z pocket The fact became known and he Aemecntic uarty copy In the same publication the ab- Haney A F Byrd and T M Downing was indicted I am satisfied that even RBAY SWANCO We are authorized to announce THOs surdities ahuses and defects shoud be Reading by Rev E PI Mickel Recess witness who testified against him had for die office of tC JOHNSON candidate N W cor Pearl and Wgtoa by the Superintendent pistols in their pockets at the time of Wolfe county vdrit Cesrt Clerk the dwnocratic piirtj-sub-l-- pointed out and explained by a compe-Â¬ School law FridayMorning 3fctWtfcejKti of tent committee just prior to the next Funny Land Marks Prayer by J M Downing Class manASSESSOR Sentinel Democrat State election speakers should be em- Â¬ agement bv Instructor Recess LecWe are authorized to announce IV G Cof L M Day and Hon W O A friend sends us a copy of a deed from ST CXUEY a candidate for the office of ployed to stump the State the notice of ture by TrTATLEIS GO DEALER IX Physiology byj Z Haney and Geo W McCormick of this county to Wwlfe couHty subject to action election should be published in every pa- Mize AmT f party A F Byrd Reading of paper Ad- Â¬ John Craig Sr conveying a tract of f democratic per in the State Of course to do all journment land iii Menifee county a description of COUXTT ATTOKNEr but it would some of the corners is as follows wre are authorizel to announce J C this would he expensive Preathitt Teachers Institute CL Until lie reaches a scaly7 hark hickory TYCRVSa candidate for the office of Coun be much less expensive than the present The Breathitt Countv Teachers Insti thence south 15J west 35fr poles to a long of Wolfe subject io aetiou of plan and it is the only kind of dynamite ty Attorney HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY tute met in the court house in Jackson small tall slim slick black white Iiick- ewoerauc iany AND that will ever blow the old thing up Aug 17th 1S35 SCKOOX SUlEKETTEXDENT KKKrS CONSTANTLY OX HAND A FULL ASSOKTEEXT OF iirt-- rn tin tnvlr jujf htivjv lrr nfr r jr JXV4 tisf rt vw Superintendent W T Hogg called the where my father killed tftb Jeer one We are authorized to anuounce H N ancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing EORTON a candidate for School Superin Hon Drury S Godscy Eepresentative meeting to order and presided during all morning Jim Benson saw IunvldlLcm Staple and of its sessions Profs N B Hays of and I could prove it if Bill Jones wis Wolfe county subject to action tdeRt f Kats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware elect from this district will honor the Hazel Green and John J Dicke- - of Mike fikwocratic party alive Thence south 17 cast Jo 2 Â¬ Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Crocer- Â¬ Mrs N until arriving at a point near a leaning We are authorized to announce JNO position and be a credit to his constitu- Jackson were joint conductors S con PEAEL AND YITCE STREETS M ItOSE a eaadidate for the office of School ents He docs not aspire to statesman- Â¬ B Havs assisted by Miss Lizzie Little black locust leaning over toe olil mill ies Stoves and Farming Implements Wolfe county subject to ScperiKteeMt of ship but we predict will always be upon and other young ladies of Jackson in- Â¬ trace and just where I let a bag fall oft In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOM PRICES tike actios ef thcrsiemocratic iarty proceedings with music young ami the alert with argus cyed watchfulness terspersed themuch to the enjoyment of once when I was too smalland tobitched A1m will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due me all kinds of SXJItVETOE which added I to go to mill by myself We are authorized to announce TL B for anything of interest to his section the occasion There are G3 districts in old Jim to a bush and left him and the Country Produce and Lire Stock of every description ILOGrEBS EASH a caBdidate for Surveyor of Wolfe and he maj be counted upon as showing the county and 55 of the teachers were dog there and walked on about two miles the democratic cauttiy mbject to action of up in the foreground with bills now in present Several were detained at home to Sudduths mill and got a nigger work wrrrr jyariy Â¬ illness in their contemplation which will be of inesti- Â¬ by personalInstead or by sickness commit hand to come back with me and I stepfamilies of having a ped over a big rattle snake and it didnt 3ir W P Schooler who is running a mable benefit to Eastern Kentucky In tee on programme the Institute at theÂ¬ bite me and the nigger killed it When a wekB mill in Mt Sterhng has more this way he will win applause from not beginning adopted Theprogramme of pre- we got back to the bag old Jim was loose members the and eating the corn and the dogs were a only his own section but the State at pared beforehand jwKjfcinery than he can use profitably at aioirrEKa axd joseehs of bar the clergy and all ex teachers and barking off the mill hogs and the bag Ss thinting of dividing larjre Jto lace and ex commissioners were made honorary was burstcd and I was a long wavs from Dry secre- Â¬ home and didnt know what to do so I juhI startiHg a branch establishment in members S E it now manufacturing Ten differentstyles of Plain and Fancy Wrought Iron Fencing and Beattyvillc Enterprise We suggest tary and Joint Hager was chosen W Taulbee assistant began to cry and old Bob Rainey came Is ready to take contracts for putting up same Persons wanting a strietlv Wrought Hazel Green is the most that Air Jsumstark ot Waco ivy move are located town in to Hazel Green and set up a pottery for Committees on absentees querries and along going to lloovermalcs blacksmith Iron Fence and that the best in the world can buy no other We also make a style TiiniD Eace A2CD gacaofloible and centrally subjects hoes in a good adapted to enclosing country burying gronnds 6nr Fences are not only the most subÂ¬ the express benefit of the distinguished criries were appointed The presented shop with his plows andand TJNIOX gniEETSr the hws tains the commercial center discussed were those commonly he took his stantial but the handsomest ever made and a yard enclosed by one of them is greatlyÂ¬ home made linen bag AFx J Newton Lacy whose cow i flood Â¬ enhanced in beautv and value Our iMachum Department is supplied with the most mod for consideration at Institutes A good tools out and lent me his and took my mi the most eligible sectiou for a woolen ing the whole district with milk CIXCEATI O our workmen cannot skill experience honest per Â¬ ly number of the citizens gave their pres- bursted old bag and we packed up and ern machinery andduties Wc 31EPAI11 be excelled In OF MACHINERYorand make a offer to ilr Schooler m8L By a liberal ALL KIXDb formance at their It would be well for Mr Bumstark to ence from day to dav we all trailed out along the little narrow speciah of we caniadmce Mm to locate here and heed the advice given and either come HATS CAPS GLOVES bacn succeeding year shows linprovo- - path one after tiie other Uncle Bob me osce here with his factory in operation or send a hand as there is no other clay ment among the teachers of Breathitt the nigger and the dogs and we contin- Â¬ S We Couy shop outside can same tract north ued imx town will advance in importance so well adapted to the manufacture of wardare moving slowly but steadilv for east on down said path orbeginning 5 4 No other mill men will of Louisvillecall onsav thewrite for inform ition do well to us or Saw c to the 51 poles 4d oer people in prosperity With a earthenware as that found near here and On Wednesday Prof Hays delivered Tlie Old Reliable Catalogues furnished on application to srxxauuwjruinesxns would have ft factory lere our farmers cerfciinly no place where they have cows a lecture on The Revolutions of Time High T a Joe market for their wool and thus to equal the one owned by Mr Lacy It was replete with history and showed a Rev Dickey Principal begins Â¬ John J great familiarity with the subject Prole eocouraged to produce more of it Corner Pearl and Ylne Cincinnati WomIA fessor uses chaste and elegant language its sixth term August 4th 1SSG Students land better Is there a spot in thlsiroad any Instrumental Attorney General Hardin says he went and is an entertaining speaker Before can enter atBoardtime very reasonable music here express their thanks for pastiavonrtfr is taught at rates Is inkpted to sheep and wool culture to forehead with his life in his hand and after the lecture Mrs Hays gave A LllhtVKY of 500 rolumes recently donated all tlieTr old enstamers and stiU ask ao We there anything more profitable M tinuance of theirtrade and his pistol in his pocket He should several recitations which were applaudedÂ¬ by friends and the principals private libra DEALER IN finding a market for to the echo She displayed rare elocu- ry free to students The schools past re doabtit JJesides We always keep a good stock and Unel have reversed the order of things put the raw material at good prices with the his life in his pocket and carried his pis- tionary powers and thorough training cord is its best assurance for the future Jim Fant with hi good looks will stall The Creeds of the Church Bells by establishment of 3lr Schoolers enter- Â¬ times be ready to wait upon you The Ladies Will Find at Miss M S Hoyts Had he done so he Bungay was rendered exquisitely tol in his hand pcoplcj the merchants and prise oar Evening at the Farm was worth going A fine black kid jrlove at lfio Lighten might have bulldozed the court and FjRAyjsjTN miles to hear while Rock of Age the masscs could huy kids 12 4 hutton Silk and Lisle thread would not now be under indictment for touched every heart gloves in black and colors Iluehinsrs iu Tlankets jeans flannels c for carrying concealed deadly weapons NO 10 MAIN STREET MT STEEUNG KY The Institute is to the teachers what erepe leiss and muslin muslin at 21 cents a less money than they can now be pur-Â¬ box Infants inulin bonnets 50 cents up conference associations and synods are to Corsets iu great variety Plated Jewelry n of in chased This would create a circulating xi FOUNDRY The barbecue in honor of the Mulli- Â¬ ministers They go home revived en- Â¬ pins and eardrops in sets from 1 fjp Iace 1GS Tine Street Cincinnati Ghi CLOCKSFIIOM ONE 100 DOLLAR IIP medium in our home circle the money thused and better prepared for their pins Mourning Jewelry in sets frin 5 cts gan Guards at Lexington last Thursday work Properly managed it is a power ALLISON St SMXTHv V up Collar buttons U to 0 cts in gold and f I ilv the wool sells for and the profit of man Â¬ iithi The type on which this paoor U printed la lirsm was a feast worthy of the gods judging for good The Institute closed at noon silver Silver Khine stonc combs J75 to VjIU vVj II v JA O the bove touatlry Editor iIksaiji ufacture would both be spent at home The usual resolutions were S00 Hair ornaments in gold silver shell JlIli UiW vlULKj from the good things which adorned the Friday UIKL lkJLf Hill O If we would thrive this is a lesson we festal board Besides an abundance of adopted and the teachers turned their and jet Gobi necklaces 3 to 5 each B 25 uts per pr Ladies hand maat learn and the sooner we catch faces homeward resolved to do letter Coral bracelets sStChels All kinds of hair work up x ii ir x JUvVH j cu i io choicest beef and bread 200 barbecued work than they had ever done before on tlie better llr Schooler purposes done to order IJraids made from combings RTTH EiParticularatteution paid to Hepairini Call ami see niv goods shrep and 200 kegs of beer 1100 gallons S E HAGER Secretary at 50 cts per ounce AVe sell braids made work eight hands besides himself to to 810 gray 5 to from long even hair at of Jauberts inimitable burgoo caused a JOHN W JONES John W Taulbee Asst beet y The money spent in the course of a 10 Orders bv mail promptlv attended to multitude to forget their sorrows Upper LEXINGTON KY 1 Cor Church twelvemonth by the eight mechanics ROVAN NEEDS NEW LAW- ESTABLISHED IN thus employed would of itself be a con Highest THEHonor Against Justtce Only to The uniform of the Mulligan Guards A Combination by Now Legislation VHOLESALOS rcou Be Broken wderxtion not to be ignored and if Worlds Exposition Attorney General Hardin a legion of whom exist at Lexington our people be wise they will extend an Imlictoil will be composed of straight goods withDry Notfbns- Courier Journal efibrt to secure the establishment of the A adornOE MT STERLING-Major W R Kinney returned from John A Carter 1 Some of the citizens out the corruption of a stripe or factory here 720 731 and 733 AWARDED ofTO ment of tinsel Their abhorence of all Rowan county last night where he went James G Carter could aSbrd fc donate a lot They will RSMITH the EWW Total Assets of Agency D A Forline MAIN STREET 80 by order of Governor Knott to act as pros- EDUCATION COMMERCIAL COLLEGE piuclibaclc great ehanco the value of the balance of their man will parade is so ring thatuot a ecuting attorney Last night a consul- Â¬ 31000000 00 1SC1 London and Lancashire 18S5 Royal of Live qool Jo C Bethel I wear even a Ky London - property LOUISVILLE rty doing so and we earnestly 0200000 00 J G Carter Jr tation was held between the major Gov- Â¬ Kentucky University Lexington yesr 18o0 Liverpool and England 35870000 00 IStO of Liverpool students can begin any week day during the Globe of and Hartford of Hartford 4541210 00 UO Vacation Timo to commute th lull DipKun Umtef ernor Knott and Attorney General Harhope they will do something to induce inclnJin Tnt Average total Mercan1 S40 Springiield ot Springfield 2585033 00 B GREEN ufr about 10 n ii Hoard in a familr cost Telegraphy 1S00 North British Bud 90 Our Common School System din at Alexanders Hotel to decide what tint Set of Bk and Type Writing iccialtics Literary 33301000 00 1303 Firemens Fund of Cali- tile of England him to come here Start the ball to roll Phonography winr Licking Valley ioreher COOO Successful steps were best to be taken to put down Coiirae free Over 00 jnpUi last Overfrom 15 In 45 Ladita irerm d 1794 Ins Co of North America 1 473026 00 lVfilTE GREEN HUFFAKEK iag at once or some other locality will ynti ut jear in that section and have the Graduates itate Iuttructiuo i practically and 97169G 33 IFfiO Northwestern National of Philadelphia Our common school system is one of lawlessness frum 23 115480 00 VhoIesale Dealer In bv 10 wacherv Special course fur Trachers aud hiui secure him Enterprises like this do the grandest benefactions ever given by a criminals brought to justice 1710 Sun Fire Office of London oSu3000 00 1710 Niagani of Ner York Major 1S74035 00 Um University Diploma prevented ta it graduate 53S391G id 10j iioatmans Pittsburg 411499 00 was seen by a reporter last night rbNIitaaiifuleitv i aoa d fur its icaltbruln9 andsoclrtj- and 17S2 Phcnix of London commonwealth to its people Imperfect Kinney jaot long a trading railruodr G15 est Main Street y Insurance in order to bc reliable must he guaranteed by successful and irell known R L lute the as it is it has dotted our valleys with and questioned as to what had been done TliText Book which rcceired the nichert award atCora J B Green Worlds Exposition for lt Kxteunlrr Practical acd school houses which like temples of the during the last session of the court Education is nacd only at this corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental companies being dear at anvpricc ireletiiie jvjicui of Uuiuc College J A Huftakcr J LOUISVILLE KY Hoa Jaaies H Mulligan recently living God are free for all to enter with with lie fclhrt eBdnrt College It t the fhrspfM Absolutely nothing in regard to pun- Â¬ urul The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as thev guarantees suiw iu biuinet to lt jelected to the Lower House of Hie Gen- Â¬ out money and without price It is lift- Â¬ ishing the criminals replied the major ttcj iUil orcuUr and full particular i1re deserrluc stkIc would a banker or a person rho is to hold their funds in trust it President For Look to tpialitv as the yriXiBTTB E SMITH Lexington Ky Valuable Farm fer Sals eral Assembly of Kentuclrv from the ing the clouds of illiteracy ignorance What I chiefly went there to do was to iftirauiount consideration of insurance Respectfully A HOFFMAN city of LexingtoH is one of the brainiest and superstition which bung about us keep them from slipping motions through Office At Traders and Deposit Pank I offer for sale the farm known aSthi baleful presence and sending the and to stave off trials until a proper jury Holdcrby place who ever occupied a seat in the like a men sunlight of culture and intelligence into could be procured In this I wsis suc-Â¬ ilegMative body of the State He is the the cottage homes of our people Containing cessful as none of the cases were tried r F McCokmick Acres J m Cox lyinjr a In Sheep Russia and Turkey Bindings Larue and When I returned fron peer of any past or present elect Rcpre It points the child of poverty to the miles below liazel Green on the state road This iarm has or MODEL PLANING MILL sastative and compared with the aver- pathway of achievement and tells him Breathitt counties continued the major H FROZEN CREEK it is no royal road to distinction age legislator Ms resplendent refulgence that therehim lcside the pampered scion had been exaggerated Breathitt County - Kentucky A Cood 2 Story Frame DwatJinf As far sj Rowan It places I would Illumine the intellectual Lower of wealth and afFords to him an equal county is concerned I can only say in containing 5 rooms beside kitchen and tail Â¬ HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED ing room There is a good well ofi Htrtise as a the finest line in both quality and variety of Our the language of the Queen of Sheba The candes- showing in the struggles of life W ter and fine springs whiclt vieJdan aa Manufacturers of and Dealers in cent electric light would cast effulgent plain imperative dutv is to cherish it half has never been told1 Never in my dance of pure stfck water air orxfeard f promote it and advance it by all the life did I witness such infamous procct c- Â¬ SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS f radience over the dimness of an Rough and Drsssid Lumber Dstrs Co bearing apple trees of iLvortel wiwfer means at our command if we would have lings as weie adopted to cheat justice and and summer fruit young and thrilly tallow dip He is a polished par our children enjoy the blessings which free the murderers The Taylor Young ever brought to the mountains and will sell barn and out buildingy abot lQrre them cheaper than the- same class of goods iimastarian a prudent politician athor flow from it SASH BLINDS faction elected their Special Judge HoJ bottom land in good state of caltnatioB fe can be had elsewhere in Fjistern Kentucky acres of which bert and their Prosecuting Attorney now in oagh jentleman a faithful friend and ASD ALL KINDS OF BUILDEfC MATEEIAL improved table land and com 60 acraUf iWolfe County Teachers Institute Rowe and packed the gml and petit the rcmaiuxir Money Saved is Money Made 1 wouW be judicious and dignified xre acres timbered of which l acres The Wolfe County Teachers Institute jury Attorney Gen Hardin you know isver-Therefore be wise and place your monev etl with very finest oak and poplar MT STERLING KY diag oftcer The members of the ifiuycned in the town of Hazel Green on was there and when lie saw what was The Unabridged i3 now snpplled at a small ad- where it will do vou the most good WK rich and product ivexand aadrlaiSL wlifc l ditional cost with lENISONS Lower House cunot realize his bril- Â¬ Monday August 17tb 1SS5t with Prof going on denounced the whole scheme WILL SELL YOU MORE GOODS FOR Fine Bituminous CoI PATENT REFERENCE INDEX OND DOLLAR than anybody We mean liancy or feel the magnetism of ilie man J SI Downing as conductor Almost as imamous ana Jett tnc coun rooni Price 4100 Tho createst improvement in boob making that all we say and if yon arc at all doubtful call Â¬ lias been mado in a hundred years one and two yeanc ali and rewainderi UKtil they see him in a position worthy every district of the county was repre- AVhen I arrived I tried the persuasive DEALER IX Passeion iveu at sented After the enrollment of the method aud succeeded well until tiie last Tho Cut gives but an incomplete idea of its utility i at our new store and satisfwonrself that we once on reasonable terras t hk merit and that they may see him have what you want all you need aud will names of the teachers they proceeded tQ when they beat me on the appointment to purchase can dl on HPersonesirl I C not ask the earth moon and stars for ir ikere they should givebira their unani the organization the result of which of the jury commissioners which was Webster it has 118000 Words yOMiieafe Uel Green or tferndda r Our store is a bran new one located at 3000 Engravings and a aw signed at Stanton Powell cotuinr the awfc tsous ad warm support for the spealcer was Hon X AL TCasli becitme chairman very important The grand jury was a the mouth of Frozen creek immediately on Ky Blocraplilcal Dictionary May 271885 3E0U2sT STEELING KY L IVCLfiHBL Standard in Govt Printinp Office the banks of the Kentucky river and the of that body Our acquaintance ex oflicio A F Byrd secreLary aud fixed affair and the indictment of Mar- Â¬ ship Mrs Alice Amyv and G U Stamper tin Reylxjrn and Bumgartcn could not 32000 copies in Public Schools stock in it is bran spankin new also con r EO E TUCK Sale SO to 1 of any other series withliim tubs back to ante bellum da3s critics for the first day sisting in part of COACHERS AND ROADSTERS A SPE- be secured although they were the ring- Â¬ SaidtomakaFmiuly intelligent CIALTY Pur frieaiiip dates with the Jicquaint- - The following committees were ap- Â¬ leaders in the murders To give an in- Â¬ isesz neip zor suHUJuaKS TACBIvS andSCHOOIS Dry Goods NotionSj Clothing Hats anoej aad never have we known him re- - pointed viz yi F Brown Mrs Mary stance of how the secrets of the jury Webster is Standard Authority with tho TJ S V10110 Ashing to visit Cincinnati ke In anything that goes to make the Kickell and Frank Stamjer committee Â¬ room were betrayed I can recite a single Supremo Court Recommended by the State Boots Shoes Hardware or Louisville can leave their horses with Manufacturers c on prtitrrannne Mrs Alice Aniyx JonaWhen the attack was made on si Schools in aaaa Lexiagtoa honored herself ad than Cbilders and J Z Ifaney on reso- Â¬ instancehouse by an armed crowd three Supts ofPresidents 36 States and by over 50 No store in this section would be complete me and rest assured tbat tlipv will College Careys every attentionbe watered ftjd groomed 642 anii aikr St LOIHSV2LLE Iter brigkj eecatcheoa when she hosored lutions J Z Haney and J M Ivasb ladies were standing on a porch across without having everything for the accom- Â¬ A UBRARY IN ITSELF uvwm w uuuKiuag your custom 1 re 73 Tiie latest edition in tho quantity of matter it modation of the people hence we carry 75VoosterSK XEWYmOL ad hfa fellow Representatiyes will on querries fens J wilianuy the street nnd recognized some of the contains is believed to be the largest volume uiun JUIU tUXUr On suggestion of J M Downinjr secÂ¬ mob They were summoned before the published It has S0Q0 more Words in its voipriie imperishable encomium of theni- SS COMBS Staple and Fancy Groceries J2fTATSZ onded by T F Stamper M F Brown grand jury to secure the indictment of cabulary than are found in any other Am Dicty q2to6 upoH the hearts of the people by Co in such abundance and variety including and nearly 3 times the number of Engravings was appointed editor and Jonathan Chil- - the perpetrators of the outrage The COMBS VATJGEEOg r meal bacon e Wholesale Dealer efevxdag im t the Aair cf Speaker tiers associate editor of a paper which next day witnesses appeared before the It is the best practical English Dictionary floor we can sell themsalt cofTcej sugar ex very cheap or will that extant London Quarterly Review KRVLSMR IX was o the Jist day of the Institute same jury and had the ladies indicted and reliable Dry Goods Notions and Fancy Goods It is an ever present family S school change with you for country produce - tke Hee Merald tTheorgani2ation was the only business for perjury master to the whole WJMMrMi beaches witli redoubled Those Owing Us Must Pay Us 715 and 717 West Main Street done chinng the forenoon of Monday tclt I could have restrained mvself I C C MERRIAM CO Pubrs Springfield Slasa and well have no monkeying about AND LIVE STOCK OP ALT Xpdfe the Between Tke trorranune for the rnmjiimW nf would have had a splendid opportunitv p UY your paper envelopes inJc peny matter Respectfully c 7th and Sih LOTHSVILLE KY Cor MaInan4Xarwn Streets j theweek was as follows viz to expbse thc proceeding I was so indi- - Jt- - pencil c at The Herald office June 11385 Itejprcsented ILvvSMOCK - mfi Geesk BsEiES J 1 wha le - s- JT tMA--- R- - DAY tb johi ewair -- - iw -- dn -- - r- - i fflM t mrn nn utp n te lV tt 1 Ap CPETLNG Cincinnati -- m - cs- - rCC - Boots Queensware Hardware Saddlery Cutlery r GODS5 lsOT10KS CLOTHING Shoes Hats Caps Drugs Croceries LYTLE af CQ T MAY SWANGO Â¬ Dealers in General Merchandise 96 Pearl Str Â¬ cisrcnrNATi NUJtt a -- on the dueensware Glassware Â¬ c Â¬ Â¬ a B SWANCO Cincinnati 0 -- Â¬ LE01 GENERAL MERCHANDISE Ciothin tc u a - 10c GLOTH HOUSE JP THE MT STERLING to Fk FeiMrj I Mm Gumming and Hammering Savs - Co Louis Stix 0o Acotaius Goods and NbtiSns N Â¬ m -- W BickinsoiL Jackson School E Â¬ BEAN Supt Ht Sterling Ky HAT HOUSE -- r r -- Â¬ home-manufac-lur- eJ WdlbliDO JOifulij aM ullfulnaiu Clocks Largest Stock J Eastern Kentucky k TYP E - 1 4fc Vc XV 25 XiV V XLd V S E EOBEBTS 1 I S 3845 Carter Bros 6W Coods and Â¬ Â¬ vrns Ay J The Leading Insurance Agency KY Â¬ 3143848780 lj Â¬ Â¬ ED liiJitiJuallj-lmi-arlc- t - i Boots and Shoes I I WEBSTERS UNABRIDGED DAY BROTHERS 423 a Â¬ Mccormick cox St f old-fash-joa- ed - t l h E J Â¬ JOKN KEEF FINE HORSES -- Â¬ G mt Jtrs MVm 1 1 f Â¬ Davis Mallory Â¬ bk Ceneral Merchandise a- - 1 -- - PAY-BROS- - -- - - jPT J ItJ - J rt K -- - - - r- r it -- fzy Tr r L r afls- e- - i -y- - - i - c v - r - - j to i I - - - -- - i i -- - WLe JteWCEEALI fXhttt1 7 j icriOHaitParagrftilM - 9 - - Awvaiwe j f v f s to a large and attentive audience Correspondents 7 -J Honaker of tjr Jfenifoe XmoISbPow- - town B last Thumluy OwIng3villeTvas4n Iteportl by Special tlie OIouutahiK fronr night a most excellent sermon on The in All Points in gt or Magnitude of God rwkkk Peny and Flovd lit Ed Vest of Toms Branch paid our SL Shelby Elam having spent the sumCOUNTY WOLFE fiidL T etery jxtat in the mountains town a visit on Thursday htst mer in Old Airginia among his friends 3Iiss Lizzie Cassidy of Campton was Campton Aug 24 Your correspond- Â¬ passed through town last week to his home TJt8e spriags are located awreHrfTS riming fric uds irf Hazel Green last week ent is very sorry that he can not say the m this county of p taile from the heattlU a f IIihmI Grcea Ta water contain T J Hendrick of CatawbaKy was nne about this place thathesaidlastweek Â¬ TSvoof Squire Collinss horses were run feraer A TIMETA8LE Jjisb Saturday was a day af considernle exweek cexiagset im thwtaur Umht at the Pieratt House kxwra tuticky UNi Swth Aflistia Railway registered Gillie A Wilson C lastTaulbee citement but the excitement was not over mer by the cars at 3forehead last week one hciice it the west raJuaWa K L Misses of being killed and the other cut and bruised disease ed iateraellr oe eatenwfty 9tmrlgj A 22 m mutes slower than ilt and America ViLwn gave us a call on last any ones candidacy Apple brandy raised Mrs B F Carter arrived at home last Am several rows among the boys in one of tlie bhmt dioetnag iHtfA Seaitie S4erlj llmrsdav time x which John Wallen received a very bad week having spent several weeks among beirta aad ferwkfek - r fi tirfiT a ifcii 2i I yTesiiL Sterling at 7 a ra arriving Mrs W Mayo of Prestonshurg is ivnimil in the shoulder from the hand 61 one her kindred and friends at 3Iorehead is known te W mitir3md pmmmm at Jtotkwdltt JJ40jl ra- visiting her daughter 3Irs A 31 Uickell cure are ihefolkwwy Miss Xancv Henslevhv stabbing him in the LI The brick kiln in the lower part of X pf 2 Jtvt KcUiwclI at 9 a m arrives at of Havsliorough Kti wmi a CONSTIPATION TiYSKEPSK BEST X- 3ttSterliBatlh50aiu Eev J T Pieratt and wife left Mon Â¬ rigiib siiouiuertwo inchespotIhe Anmf jivm 1 own is going up rapidly under the- supervi doctor says sion oi j onus Hiisaiu Ke- - 3 1kvc 3ft Sterling at 140 p nu ar day for a protracted virft to relatives and trating about DISEASES SCROFULA CA I the knife went into the bone and will prob 3EL rires si 3th Well at 3r0 p m TARKH KHEU3CATC Our streets have been repaired in good friends at Vest Liberty r 3Sf4 loaves litkHell at 345 p in arrives Mrs B F Sopef and Miss Nellie Craw Â¬ ably make him a cripple for life is the daytt under the supervision of the humor- NEUSiALGIA 500 at 3ft Sterling at 5T0 p in g Tut Cartmell The 4th day of September ford of Bonbon countv are among the late YOUSNESS C Jf 2 caects at ML isterlin with 1105 a rnvais uichuuu apriun set apart forthc hanjriue of Floyd Williams Wc append a few of the Jumdwdnaf fe The infant child of Monroe Patrick p ib trains on 0 O railwa one to solemn and 1 timonials which have beta ttniWI p ku John m itose canumate nas receiveu That day should be a very uapusi ivssuui-sfeon was buried on last Friday Puck ftw LexiRgtoR Cincinnati and j Jndire John E Cooier a certificate of every thinking person ine the elfieacy ef this waier ia dwHf j r mi Xfr XsoTS cHet at It Sterlmc with 1105 begins ou the same day 31any good One lady writes I aw so thuM fc ii Upper Grassy Aug 21 Rev Morri- Â¬ traia ea C 0 from the East and 136 qualifications as school superintendent u m una i foimU- - wtizens nave asKcu me io ot Ureal uver i all Blessings that I -I tuuulJ tlio fMimliriiitre nnd distil son Uickell and daughter of Owingsville p h train frara Louisville and Ciaciunati wasx D Mieronymous wectcxxse company rt Swauco Snriaes Tretlv m Ureen Just VeaBa T in Jiael -Urgu iTeHtgonBerj county court day speeial county to do all are visiting relatives and friends in this com- Â¬ lers and the officials of the M ith his sbiter who vas attending the In- Â¬ time aad aeaey spent tere forts fcudl He and llev J T Pieratt are hold Â¬ leaves Hothwell da the 3rd Monday in caeh thev can to prevent drinking on that day munity M and strength I new tHth at 730 a m arriving at Mt Sterling stitute Cooper of Thk Herald is still I would suggest to the distillers to not let ing a meeting at Bethsalem The Christian A gentlewea ef IBiaeaa ws I tMiifc Htm Mrs at S a w Returning leaves 3fL Sterling at for two or three days prior church of this vicinity have chosen Bev water of SwiTge Springs dT me mn yad bedside of her mother out any brandy 3 p w arriviag at UothKell at 4Hp m iu attendance at the whose death is momen- Â¬ to the hanging and none on that day We J T Pierat to preach for them during the xhanall the noitraats 1 h ve ever tri5 IT Lexington Ky Leaves Ktliwell for Mt Sterling at 5 p m at all ought to have the good of our country next year tarily expected wiuceriainiv eewunvoa again nrTr yn y GEO B IIAKPEH Supt at heart regardless of inoney Miles Nickell is having the public JiEKKXEXCESlfc Taitfi J GTrfuilfc Mrs R J Samuel of this place dele- Â¬ vK John M Kelly and John Ashley killed roads of this section worked out 3Iiles is a P L Beese MtSterliHg Kv gate from Wolfe countv to the Kentucky a rattlesnake iu the fourth district that good superintendent and he says he is going Mrs F M Hbakle Wei Clarke FUtm Lwk KY 31 CREErf State Sunday school convention held at right We think cir to have our roads fixed Ky ncasurcd feet long WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2G 1885 Sterlinjr last week returned home on Satu cumferenceIV-and had 16ami lb inches m but- - it would be a good thingup all road superin Â¬ if rattles and two A large hotel is now being bsiH wfcieh davand reports a larire crowd in attendance tons 3lv informant told me to say through tendents would do the same and let us have Jf- - w ill afford ample accoraaiedatHMi te vistine 3L Kash left for Breathitt on Hon For farther iafonuatioii in regard few baw advertu exnents inserted 3Ionday to attend to the interests of his cli- Â¬ The Herald that candidates will be safe better roads JSTraa sknt at 75 ceats per inch first insertion and 25 ents in the settlement of the estate of the while electioneering in that district since Miss Mary E Lacy of this vicinity is tc address ILWiBISCOT SWANGO Haael GresaKy Or this office ceats aa inch each subsequent insertion sick of the fever late AVm Day deceased before the master the old serpent has been killed Â¬ Wm M Combs is iu our midst this commissioner of that county lie will prob Died August 20th Preston Wilsons ably return to day morning smiling as usual and telling his youngest chihL SuxsilISE ar ji jokes He told me while he was m llyden LOCAL MEWS Leslie county last wec that a lady brought lioolc Xbtics HAZEL GREEN KY o BREATHITT COUNTY 33 a cucumber m town that measured 13 inches Websters Unabridged Illustrated Dr J B Taulbec reports the sick un- Â¬ Stands at the head of Low Prices wkh ct he spoke to the Viewed as a whole wc are confident thut no in length He says that Lost Creek Aug 20 Wc had a fine der his care as improving ervthins vou want ir meeting at Liberty church last Saturday and other living language ha- a dietionarj which old hulv for some seed fully and faithfully sets forth its present who declared himself Sunday Revs Henry Xeaee and J D Ioble John E Drake Tke Hazel Green mill is now grinding so DJRY GOODS MOTIONS condition as this last edition of Webster a candidate for jailer at our bust court ask preached to a large and well behaved con- Â¬ eora Jor ae cighth 14 tolL does that of our written and spoken English ed me to say through HIE herald that he gregation Our countv is improving greatly Boot Shoes- - Hats Clotkiasr m religion morals and manners Our pros-Â¬ is no Jonger a candidate Por cashne will sell you choice mut- - tongue Harpers Magazine t GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGS pects are very good for three new churches C cents per pound tea at S Caskev Sifteiuiead The success of the Bivouac surpasses I PJeratt ad within four miles of the mouth of LostCreek FLOUB BACON Jcc the expectations of the projectors and it I trust the jrood work will go on with irreat MORGAN COUNTY has received a hearty welcome from all class- Â¬ The money is what I want and I wilt eive Jimrnic Brown announces that he Avill success Bev John Jav Dickey has done MOKE GOODS FQB ADOLLAfi IN CASH Llacl Wets every Saturday night at a nickel es of readers The fear expressed that itÂ¬ tti find upon ex- Â¬ and is doing a good wcrk in this and adjoin Â¬ MAYTOWX Aug 21 could not maintain its high standard withI feluic than any other house in town out an advance in price is groundless as amination that we have a very significant ing counties in regard to religion and edu- Â¬ Country produce taken in exchange cating D B Janes say sour soap sudssprink- - the problem of publishing such a magazine town Its name indicates pleasantness successthe vouths of the country I trust goods F JtcGUlBE will crown his pathway Jea orer eabtmgc will prevent the worni at 200 is solved by a rapidly increasing Why should we not have a pleasant town as Our farmers are greatly revived to see suijscripuon list v numocr oi aurucuve long as we can keep 3Iay in it It is trueÂ¬ irosanjKnag it A SATiE we have a Stamper but under force of cir- their corn crops coming out and the pros-Â¬ features will be shortly announced be calmed are for Brees liniment Temoves knots and Dcmorests Illustrated Monthly Maga- Â¬ cumstances he mayhe overcome down Our pectsplenty quite promisingfruitsa good mast as long as and Powers can never of all kinds of aQ ejtlsrgoents on korxes or other ock zine for August cannot fail to give pleasure the Days come and go Why sir we never to its numerous readers It opens with an Our people are all working very well Xe care mo pay Sold hy J T F Da- get old we can climb upon excellent story by Eleanor Kirk and in ad- Â¬ expect to and declare ourselves Young our they are getting out a larger amount of logs IN MATTOWN KY We The-- party bringing the largest water dition there are other admirable stories own hills sjA than in any one year previous Some coal- Â¬ we can The house is a boxed framer two stocjsr T jaelea to this oSce between now and Oct The aticle on Heraldry which is profusely do not have to call in helpcertainly do our ing goin on The proceeds of coal and tim- Â¬ be no high anil contains six roomsvwitk kitchen will receive The Hekald free for one illustiated is both instructive and enter- Â¬ own Bonling There will onlv chance for getting money lst ber are the There Is a half acre of groaad attached year taining and among other good articles are litigation after we have passed over Jordou in our part of the county The new church which is set in all right and The Grave for our Wills are respeets Sextons There is 3Icmories of Xapoleon xr We were very sorry to hear of the County Judge G B Swnngo caudi--iat- e of ltob Iojv The valuable papers From is all right as it A Variety of Fruit Treis Berrits us if we are Lit-Â¬ death of our beloved brother Proctor Ar for re electfon will address tlic people Pencil to finish arc continued and Wo Â¬ nothing that comes before tle but what we can Wheeler It is a fact nett His wife and children have our sym- Â¬ Â¬ f Vdfc coaaty at Campton on 3Ionday mans Indebtedness to the Animal Crea though strange that some of our girls ad- Â¬ pathy A never failing well of excellent water m tion will be read with interest The va- Â¬ Aagastlst the yard This property will be soldi very We were visited by Dud Crouchand rious departments are as usual well filled mire Brown This is a fast place inasmuch reasonaDie apply to liruce Champ says that melons are and the oil picture 3Iusic by Leloir is a as old customs and styles are Dunaway Dave Bonty looking after our cattle and J P LOCKHABXy jiun tMinm me reawi oi uie poor ai xarus charming production Your correspondent spent a few days sheep We are proud to see them in our Or this office Maytwa Ky Caess he knows It takes wealth to reach last week as the celebrated Swango Springs midst and hope they will come again and Religious Totes one about here a large crowd who are seeking trust that 3Ir Crouch may succeed in get- Â¬ and found Rev D G- Combs of Ezel preached through the aid of the water to restore their ting him a wife K Sjeyer Bro of Lexington through at the Christian church at this place oil last health and add a fvvr days to the remaining 3IAYTOWN KY Â¬ fragment of sweet life These springs are their buyer Ike Speyer bought a large lot Sunday night seSTATE NEWS prominence and are atf ginseng wool feathers hides c of J Bev J T Pieratt preached at Bcthsa being brought into from almost every pointÂ¬ Takes the lead m Low Prices witk cvert T P Hav last Friday lem oii Sunday hist to a large and apprecia tended by people A man named Brannan attempted thing yon need In the wav of -V of the compass tive audience s suicide near Eminence last week Breens Liniment is pronounced by alj Rev E P Itfickel and family left on The war cloud has passed over and we GROCERIES DRY GOODS who have used it to be the greatest remedyTpS mornim for Frenchburg where arc njrain at peace How long will this state weekA bee tree 75cut in Lee county last contained pounds of honey dust so long as every Tor raeumatism spnuns cuts bruises etc 5ro 3lickel is holding a protracted meeting of things remain BOOTS SHOES HATS CLOTIiTNGf We isold by J T man wilL attend to his own business Cook Humphrey the Rowan county F Day this week TTnvflxvovo Tfu s VTanw 12aKAB iagy w Rev D G Combs commenced a meet-Â¬ have suffered In consequence of these recent sheriff now languishes iu the Lexington mm ZZS 7 Brecns Liniment is certainly the best ing at the Ward school house on Long troubles It is time for every one who has jail Ss foncy is what I want and I win fire cotabiaation of remedies for corns neural Â¬ Branch on Friday night the I4th inst and the good of his fellows at heart to do what Butler Smith a one armed despera- Â¬ gia pains in the back and side etc ever continued it untilthe Tuesday night follow he can to suppress riot and bloodshed MOBE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH do fatallv stabbed Albert Paris at Louisville produced Sold by J T F Day meeting resulted m Jb aouinons one of our most de- Â¬ on the 20th ing Ihe It is believed that than any house in 3Iay town and the converts were baptized just after serving men will be promoted in a short The meeting of the Grand Lodge of bought a Country produce taken In exchange far J Tavlor Dav service each night Good order and mani time The position to which he aspires is the Knights of Pithias will convene at Paris goods R A CHILDEl S raule from Gen V Pence on Wednesday fest interest were marks of the meeting an honorable one and he is in every way on September 10th last at 75 and sold a bunch of four of the Metho Â¬ competent to fill it He has always been The quarterly meeting The Bourbon News says Dr Carber ycsr olds to J B Honaker Co Owings dist church was held at Goodwins Chapel true to his party principles and deserves sfe Tillc for 375 Saturday and something at their hands To the victor the great rifle shot will be at the opening 3Iorgan county last Friday of the Bourbon fair on September 1st spoils Sunday A large crowd was in attendance Bear Greek correspondent Beattynlfc Among the visitors from this place we note belongs the Jack Chinn of Harrodsburg has Last Sabbath Revs John Thomas and Earcrprise Our clever little school teacher H F Pieratt and 3Iiss Emma Kash II L 3LVYTOWN KY colt Ban Fox for 20- Wilson jointly preached the funeral sold his Uarlaa McClain is just now getting over an Godsey and Lulie Kash Kelly Day Thos J F 000 after winning 55000 this season 75000 C W ADAMS A SPECL4LTY J B ADAMS J W ADAMS HORSE SHOEING Tools Btfgxks Waattack of the measles 3Iost of his scholars Cannoy and many I s whose names Ave sermon of 3IrstoNancy Hamilton nee Little in all Will repair Fanahis a lafe congregation She at Flat Bock jtre taking that disease Tiie t lors report that failed to get a model of purity and remarkable for gons c Makes plows hoes c Satwfiwf A still house is being built within although about 500 people were present the was practice of every moral virtue the tion guaranteeu mail cases 400 yards of Canaan church in Lee county There will be a meeting of the mem best of order prevailed and much interest George Bolin who has been at work Thegood citizens of that community should here of the Grand Army of the Itepublieat was manifested T DAY at ltichniond Ky for some time past has indiguate aud injunct Antioch this county on Saturday Sept 5th Successors to JOHN G BAXTER lie Just Ho Generous 10 oclock A it by order of Commander returned and reports business lively in that a beautiful girl2 sup Â¬ The body of at reports are city If Marshal and Ceneral Detective Ueatiy was found Scorcher being the be 18 years of J 3L io sttead All ex Union soldiers are in Â¬ The Licking Valley to give column re- - little return in all short time totrue George posed to Louisville withage heavy towelinpin Â¬ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURERS OF make that river at a will vited of a a MAYTOWN KY-oucsted bv resolution ned over her head and face its space to educational purposes that place his future home Will attend to ferreting out erisuimls I The contract for furnishing the stone teachers may exchange views c the edi Marshal Day has returned from Mt The gamblers of Louisville wont be any part of the coastry aad guarantees Of course we would gladly givej Sterling and reports that in an interview downed long at a time Thev have opened for the foundation of the new Hazel Green tor says tfoction in every case where ewplsyeii j been awarded to W Crockett a column to tne euucatumai interests oi inFlovd Williams who is to be hanged at the Palais Boyal again after having it raid- Â¬ IsAcxdemr luwG0 Orders by mail promptly attended t HHe quarries the stone and county but wc regret to say that only acampton on the 4th of September that he ed and stripped only a few nights since Coldiron at 1 delivers it on the ground for that sum The small percentage of the teachers take our saji nil hope of a commutation of his aen- The Citizens League of Louisville papcr or any other aiiu we say amen tence was gone buildiHg will be 50x50 Xeet has notified Mike Scott that it will contest well done thou good and faithful servant Hollow ware and Tinners Stock Oscar Young as we understand has T Italia I have for sale several hives of refuse reason we here to Rothwell For the same resolutions reluctantly should been employed to build a house for J 31 his election to the legislature from the 10thÂ¬ The stage line from opward of that city Jordan Giles was his Teachers to publish Oaicc nnd Salesroom 736 W Main Street Bees which an heartv aadtothrifty R eaS under the supervision of 3fessrs Spradling learn that the little gratitude is due their Swango of Lazy ilans Haven 3fr Swan ponent feay makers Persoas wihHi g some Collinsworth continues to grow m favor home paper for the ellbrts being made by it go is making decided improvements upon and 6ee the er order hy isaiL AM wdrr mil- Â¬ LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY August Belmont the New York aad is being liberally patronized by the in behalf of education and promptly attesded te be his farm lionaire has leased the Wash Sutton farm traveling public Hardly a day passes but treated with at least a limited it should re- Â¬ M G DUNAWAY degree of of Campton sold last four miles from Lexington and will transfer J they have loads both to and from Hazel ciprocity A paper should do all it can to week II Stamper ZSwe handle nothing but Charcoal Tin and guarantee everything not to leak 3favie7if Ky one of his celebrated fruit dryers to his breeding establishment from Babylon L Ureec aid teachers and schools which they do Andrew Xickell It is giving perfect satis- Â¬ I to that place to ad Â¬ ROBT 3f TRIMBLE N II TRIMBLE H D SPRA0UK6 We again appeal to some enterprising and teachers should all lend their aidpaper faction SOI A casual glance at the daily papers vance the interests of their home to this place and start a pot which they do not do To this there are The sickness spoken of in a recent com of Louisville will convince most anyone that aa to come tery aad request onr exchanges Knowing some exceptions and they have our sincere munication is unabated A number of new to the square inch there is as much cutting are how prepared to iaaHHeiar parties acquainted with that business to di thanks but that the great majority should cases arc reported this week aud slashing in that mcropolis as there is in rect tkeir attention to this field It would display less cheek and more charity is a First Glass Fiwr aad Mrs George Rice of Blackwater who the rural districts be a profitable investment for the right kind consummation devoutly to be wished has been 11 for some time is thought to be Sells Bros circus having billed for of a IHSH will dWOOL convalescing At Ose Eighik Hopkinsville on August 30th the day before Orange lllohsoms CIRDING at their old Otmd kit the fair at that place commences the man- Â¬ Wolfes AND DEALERS IN The gentleman in Yirgiuia who sent us Main friends of the parties assembled forA P Byrd one ofwas iu towncandidates agers of t ic latter are making ai elTort to Spradiifi Ky circuit court clerk yesterday in commendation of his a communication have Bev Sam Jones as a circus attraction in 3ror Iustkr to the fair institution is respectfully reminded that at tlie residence of 3iles 3iurphy to wit- Â¬ LL 4 simultaneously with gan on last Thursday the 20th inst the article will appear ness the wedding nuptials of J Miles Little Gkassy Cheek Aug 22 Â¬ Sunsliine Cain of Bal- Â¬ at 6H ccate er poaad The oW wei meir Bourbon News J E authorized advertisement of that con- and 3Iiss Lou Gillmore both of this county an er G W COX will run thewol imrtwiut cern We would not make our meat and but now engaged in teaching the 3Iorgan I am not uneasy but what I will get plenty lard county will receive tlie appointment of the good thing but I fear that you are of sergeant-at-arin- s of the Superior Court to pursue any other course all bread gg Gi oae escdinjr aad e4 county young idea how to shoot The cere Â¬ jearful that if Dick makes brandy it will be John M Elliott having resigned to practice Vn flour saealaBt mony was performed by Rev Howard Fallen so good and so close to vou that vou will law in Mt Sterling The position is worth i f ILDSPKADLING ASOJT John Couch died at his residence on in his happiest manner and congratulations get too much Be careful and as the Apos- - 900 per annum i - jimoiiiv it t g Branch in Jlorgaa county on the 1 Jth 1 and well wishes poured in from all assem Ai jamt sam io rrt ue ri H F PIERATT- just xi- - a trit uiKe mue W T CA3KEYV Bourbon News With rebel generals nst of iHttaoimation oi tlie powers aim bled Geo H 31cClain of this place and for thy stomachs sake JM among A wo noursauer in the Cabinet and rebel generals LJ as buried on tiie l4ta 31iss Willie Ladd of West Liberty were the Quarterly meeting is now in progress Grants pall bearers there is njt much left Hie liurial his wife having professed reli attendants and as they stood upon the floor A It is now so gion Wid buried in Christ being baptized the expression that were they too married at this place with a large crowd in attend- Â¬ of the old bloody chasm Si the faitk of ihe Christian church handsqme pair found ance We notice several from your town filled up and obliterated that it is difiicult etail they would be another i Wholesale presiding elder is vent The following dav the bride and Bev D G B Demarce which we hope will to point out its exact locality i the meeting Harry Williams who a year since Perry Taylor livingin town is sick andÂ¬ room accompanied by the attendants and conducting success family is in desti other friends were infaired at the residence do a grana created a jjreat sensation at Lexington by unable to work aad his iLongfellow I hope I will be blessed writing a play aud thus pressing into socic tute circumstances Tlie good people of the of Bev Harrv Little father of the groom comfBUBitv should contribute something io this county The happy pair have ihe weBjfh the privilige of writing often for the tv has iust ereatcd another but of a differ have their fiapport Their present wants under wishes of all acquaintances for happiness - fear Herald You will please sav to W ent kind He borrowed a youijig- - ladies di- Â¬ sr r aduring the honcv mpoh aud best K Tabor that I fear he will get into a jam amond ring and skfppcd lie was an aristo beca supplied by the town people Â¬ PROVISIONS- - OF A1X XDTD8 handliug so many blackberries Heary Godsey who solicited long anu nappy ine fish brand era of the cod the appeal of f Twy 9jfV Caaadd Geod Cffee aid for them Eev Tsaac Murphy was called Iron the j rJSf M The following are names oftlio teachers quarterly meeting to dav to conduct the Patent Xediem in attendance at the InsHtajrelast week burial services of Geo W60da ad TJswaw imJw Oldfields small Rev D G Combs of Ezel isuot alone us worker in his Masters vineyard and the number represents the school 1 A child which died last night The Trustees of this institution have EVERYTHING YOU ia earaing his bread bv the F Bvrd - Lbzie Stamper 3 G B 8Stam- Â¬ again secured the services of Prof N B Win Havens found a stalk of corn in falaithful his brow He has this week been per 5 J B Carrol 73latiIdaByrd JB his corn field that measures 15 feet S inches HAYS and the third term will commence w r at re ca bfw fhe flouring mill machinery 31 tHobbs 9 RosaL Kash 11 M F Brown which a little outmatches Freemans stalk AUGUST 31ST ISSo and continue ten 10 feer h m tmyy--taia-s Dr F 13 James Dalsey 14tdgariuish lp Lamp ar tkaa at his little months this place for 1 Â¬ Lizzie Hurst 18 UTe Z ULfc fe Iwr Bev Sam Chandl r preached at Eev Ilazel Green is tlie most desirable loca- Â¬ Thomas superintendent of that establish- Â¬ ton Eose 1Gllieronvmous 20 Annie Lvkins S J Tutt 22 Isaac Murphys last night aud received tion in the Fat Cattte asd ScwfcfcIfcW t make her spin here- 19 Xannie mountains of Eastern Kentucky ment aad Doc will 2 Addic Hanks 23 Laura Kash 24 J Wv eight members by baptism the fcfelMet-Mrfcetfri o and noted for the ndvantagesit has in after Bvrd 27 Lou Cecil 26 llnry Kickell 27 churches temperance society Wm K Murphy a few days ago sold schools Two young men Tom and John Bar JZ Haney 2S Jonathan Childers 29Lau a horse for 120 and a mule for 110 which and health at Ezel on m iloore 30 J K Hobbs 31 Bosa Tutt nett had an examining trial This school presents advantages wliich Thursday last on the charge of breaking- 32 John 1L llobbs 33 T S Stamper 34 were fair prices are not equalled iu the State in many par- Â¬ on Black- Alice Amvx 35 ilary Lykius 3G iaggie 3iT STERLIXG KY Helton TJncle Bill Murphy and his son Henry ticulars nnd its future is destined to work a into the house of Jackover to 41 Emma Kash 42 are both on the sick list areuutumu Falfen 39 JI C Kash vatcr and were bouna good to our country which will be felt Failinir to rive UUIIU they were reraandeu Mary Hurst Terms reasonabfc for both tuition and John Osborn and his brother Logan rr Nfckells took them i board For terms c applv to uJau iviHciunp ioih route 4n Wnt Tih-- We call special attention to our new arc very low with fever ciisrge aaa while en Prof N B HAYS Principal Mrs J L Johnson has the fever but crtyjaiTene of them escaped These remarkable pens 4tMatehless pens K BUCKBOAJtDe Xeew t the elasticity and freedom of a is improving x - We ask special attention to our new viihhie with the ouickness of action of Mrs W P Henry is very low with rnlH These pencils while steel wn air VA f wrkl Fifteen Professors and Instructors Matchless Pencils Ov THE WlSG pens They are the best pens made fever sv sfc equal in o vcrv low la prie arc we claim any pen Â¬ for all work where a smooth point and per- Â¬ wd Mickasicii Sciixiific Esjimrji Cimicii Hffw qaalitv for all business purposes to of the fect elasticity are required and will last as West Liberty Aug 23 We visited Sckisl Military Tactics Cianrcii Curst if SUrfy cil ia the market aot excepting those m ab Ion as two or three ortiary steel pens the public school on Friday last to witness HAZEL GREEN KY ncularly excel jgttf list JansonMc- samnles and higkest cut They strength uuotational battle between the COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION of lead Send- Ron fnrCo Wabash nrke and Madison St a upils the prize being Moores advanced jrHorse Shoeing a Specialty Buggies WairecwivftXri Ave seace of crit and For - CatlojCe aad other iBrstatJea Poetical wagons nnd all kinds of Farm Tools made Cnirg Fall term begins Sept 9t 1 885 Gitewsa eaM r m lirf Jansea Jlcuurg k vo anu reiau av mu umcc W orKS to be civen to the one repeating and repaired In the best manner Chicago lioiesaie KeXvcJcy Address 1JAXE9 K FATTERSONPk IX cxd 3fadisoai5t- - Chicago the highest number of verses from the dif Tash ave aud fc BANS YOL alThe combatants had Hiles On Sunday evening at 6 o clock lit lerent poets two weeks to prepare beentheÂ¬ near this tJace c but L W jnxpy rn TTT W GILLIS nfnnt ehild of A M s ickell of lowed only YQWGQB WW Xyttle WITH beeilvsborough whue playing on the bed fell result of their labor was far beyond ourÂ¬ HAZEL GREEN KY wrrir ho have Ereoutlbackward Hoase per at the about three eet off the bed he most sanguine expectations After a literaMiss ry AYDELOTT McCORD back of her head striking the hearth and it lfc battle of more than two hours MilesSal Sievers Cairson Hardwar erroHghtheskillful - iiixs p AY Kickell daughter of our jailer injured Dr Taulbee was thought fatallv ij3 jittriDKies Ti Company Â¬ Xickell victorious The SrMakesand repairs all that the symp of the was oSlTjSe feet that lie took cbarge We nas tomssummoned and reportsvery prominent best was eatne outJohnnie Phillips second Tools Buggies and Wagonskinds of Farming son of J Master 637 4 of concussion were Street -t - LJS--t T 3f5 ia aa incipient state several hours but bv morning had dis-- our worthy citizen G W Phillips The Horse Shoeing will receive especial atten-Â¬ for T LCJUISYILLE KYt xouisyiixpriv SSMSt exceeding Jire dys mth y of appeared highest number of verses quoted was 397 - tion rit irjiMf n wnrespoaefc m me cnLRKR vrx - cervi iown Jast week 1 Jamea Bennir t Eoi was in towaL last weeK SLS Shackelford of Cainptbriain - Trn l in iVi2i ui i 5 Tr I EASTERN- - KENTUCKY COUNTIES NEWS BY James Dennis and Jeff Pieratt tvyo of Eftilir most geuiaj okj are with us for a few days Come again boys when musk nielohsare in abundance C E WILIMOT The Water of Life for Afflicted Humanity IRON IS XING tra r wtr n - Rey JH Hager of Louisa preached Cash Dry Goods Store WHOLESALE AND RETAIL toreH iie We are anxious to sell Our Goods and will make our prices right C Heese Building J - Orders filled promptly and carefally We have a big drive in a Box toe Boot at 350 extra good Come and see me K WILLMOT -- MT STERLING ET Lonis-vilJe-- -- ia OSBORNE Reapers and Mowers esy tI HAZL - J The Best Most Durable and Lightest Running Machine on the Market Every Machine Fully Warranted - HANLY JUDY Agents for Eastern Kentucky General Mt Sterling Ky Orders solicited hy T J STEVENSON Hazel Green Ky F McGUIBE -- nr- 7a j The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Roots Herbs and Barks Except Ginseng J Jr T BREEN SON EQR Importers I Wholesale Druggists House and Lot Main Street ic Mt Sterling Ky - ADAM BAUNI R A Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well lected Stock of fTTV Iff CHILDERS 3 a ii A UillllilU 18 IE Â¬ Whicli lie sells Wholesale and Retail as Cheap as they can be bought in the State Give him a call and be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go IK CO WTWf 4 -- - BLACKSMITH E J ROGERS two-vcar-o- ld - r ADAMS BROTHERS w STOVES GRATES MANTELS Piecjed Pressed st and Japanned Tinware For SaleItalian Bes fe hT r 1 TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS T4Id M -- J a- -- 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 Wishing devote ness I will sell my WOOL CARDHTG ee wi yr -- - CASKEY 1 PIERATT lutn -- son-in-la- w Flour Bacon Lard taJt Syr 5jrA Hazel Green Academy Lane Bodley Saw Mill PfKfc Consisting of a 25 Horse Power Engine and fiit r a No Circular Saw Edger c Boiler Jaar Everything is in First class Order and will he sold at a bargain on easy terms NEWBIie0T WORXS A For Sale my Saw Mill to my time to GlRIQlClElWg ad other busi- Fixtures ji -- Sunday-- - f r -- FRANK TYLER Parties wishing to buy are invited to call and examine the property CornweU Ky ALFRED COMBS COLLEGE of KENTUCKY Gonroy hd 1 Shore BLACKSMITH J T PIERATT STATE - ui Tlf SIGN 2f JijI HJ CLAEK UOmi3m cS5So- - - LACKSMITH Wholesale Hatters Wm AI -- them PvSw jm t v J -- v rraJrri7aiTMBWwWEWPgS 33- - r v rf -- 3 -- o e L2E o V yi H - i he Hazel owner and JEditor rtwtR jBEEN OISY ITORILD WITH HCEWS - 3 U - - i3 r 4P- - MT -- Towstsc w44i5 - T5Tta fr - L JvJTf J r - ERALI ATIOjSTS 100 A YEAR W sa t s fe si t - uuuffcK THE HERAISD OF A FKOM AUG Uwiys in hAmm 4 YOLTJME i THISTLEDOWN Wolfe County HAZEL GHEEN WOLFE COUNTY EX WEDNESDAY AUGUST 26 A winged seed 8o small It seems there scarce Is room To hold the germ of growth and bloom So light tis poised upon the air As though twould rest forever there The down upon a fairys wing Yon cloud that zephyrs speed There Is no frailer lighter thing Than seems this winged seed A winced seed As lightsome as the loving word That no one but the sufferer heard As trifling as the kindly smile That cheered a lonely lot awhile As 1885 A NUMBER 26fi v - jwr RUSSIAN REVIEW PITH AND PCHHT sis Hazel Geeen Herald - is We oalr peper published in - raw K-- AtrerrtlKeX4Bi in WestefM as vertlscrs can reach more people by dvrtseentinlts columns than y any ewer Means Try it and be convinced Pvbuskzd Every WEDXESDAr HORKISO -- Maoa Terry - Pike and being- without a httter eleven 3CTMter of any kiwi THE HERALD is therefore t ofcl ximj ftliottPwell Estill Xwcrea Menifee J clrculefe largely in the counties of sr raeraad Editor COOPER rates -- LO0 slight as was the passing sneer That made an old wound bleed The taunt that half provoked a tear So light this winged seed w 0e Copy Oae Year Sixteenths t Al way I -- SUBSCRIPTION will be entered upon nales accoBinaiuedbytbernoney a4 bo subscription Kin be icceived for less tag Six Months TrsBsieKt advertisements inserted ADVKRTiaiKG KATES t ao swfescriptioR ur feoeks is Ad nmce M A winged seed Within this tomb what spirit lies That soon in lifoTenewcd shall rise Whence came it floating white and fair Upon the fragrant golden ah Oh breathe not on the feathery thing Its onward course to speed Till thou hast thought what stem shall spring From out this winged seed JUitmie K Davitj in K O Times Democrat iy re cents per tech first Insertion and twety ive cents for each subsequent inser- tlw One Year 600 8 ioog WTtaies on larger advertisements made lawn ax application AMTOSS at sev- - A GROTESQUE DUEL How Colonel Skerrett Proved Him- Â¬ self to Be a Brave Man Colonel Skerrett Major Marsh and Captain Pickering were sitting in their room at the Hotel Anglais Paris They were Americans on their travels all three rough looking down Easters who had gone through the worst fire of the civil war Dr Vicaire surgeon in the French army was standing in front of them regarding them with a severe SPENCER OOOPEB Hazel Green Ky PROFESSIONAL J Will M KASH ATTORNEY AT LAW HAZEL GEEEN KY practice in Wolfe and adjoining coun tleer Collections will receive prompt atten - -- special Rtteatlon given to business of all bowed up I should put this lit cigar Jklnds In the United States Courts Apologize for kicking his darned Hold on you didnt say lit cur shouted the Colonel Well the cigar I was smoking What A PORTER LAOEY I come to denounce to you as you have insult my friend M le Lieutenant ATTORNEYS AT LAW Foulon He demand ze satisfaction MT STERLXKG SY said Dr Vicaire particularly address Â¬ ing Colonel Skerrett You have kick SAMUEL McKEE his dog You write upology goot ATTORNEY AT LAW You no write apology youverchoose ze ze ah vat you call Panne ze Jib 441 W Jefferson street Weapons said Major Marsh com- Â¬ X9UI VIZUBJY BB IractlcesJn all the State Courts and ing to his assistance Dr Yicaire PATTERSON HAZELRIGG air Say to morrow at live oclock in the afternoon I reckon the little vood of Plessis on the road to Versailles is a quiet enough place I will supply the keg of powder for your use and you will supply the one for mine Very well sir said Foulon bow-Â¬ ing I shall be there The terms to be rigidly adhered to To apply the cigar which one has just been smoking to the open hole in the keg Precisely answered the Colonel I presume said the Ieutenant with a sinister smile that in any event the services of a doctor or sur- Â¬ geon will be unnecessary 1 am sure of it said the Colonel with a grin Foulon left the room and when he bad gone Colonel Skerrett said Ill fight this hero devil but I aint gwine to let that there fool blow himself to atoms The three friends took meas- Â¬ ures accordingly The next day at the appointed time the five men all smoking vigorously were on the ground Eachparty had brought its powder keg along The Major and Dr Vicaire tossed up Th Major won Foulon turned ghastly pale but walked firmly to the keg which the Americans had brought and sat down on it It was an ordinary cider keg and Major Marsh knocked out the bung All then retired to a safe dis tance except the Colonel who remained standing by Foulons sde The latter down whoso livid face the sweat was rolling took his cigar from his mouth and advanced it still glowing toward the open bung hole Hold on there said the Colonel that ere cigar is lit Certainly it is gasped Foulon his lips quivering in spite of himself Well said the Colonel with a grin you be nt such a darned fool as to put a lighted cigar into a keg of powder bo you When was you born Sir replied the Lieutenant vainly endeavor ng to hold the cigar motion- Â¬ less in his shaking hand I have VNOTAHir TM Qxmnz ATTORNEY AT LAW JPTTBXIO EXAMINER OF DEPOSITIONS Hazel Green Kr V J c Ltkhts LYKINS QUILTJAK AJTD ATTORNEYS AT LAW REAL ESTATE AGENTS Casiptos Kr lEtles examined taxes paid for Collections a specialty JReal estate bought and sold on commission Will prac Â¬ tice in Wolfe and adjoining counties non-resi-den- ts DR 3L B GARDNER PHYSICIAN Offers his services to the people of Wolfe ana AND SURGEON Hazel Green Kr adjoining counties DR J PHYSICIAN M KASH AND SURGEON Â¬ Hazel Green Kv Tenders his professional services to the citizens of Wollo and adjoining counties OlMco atresidence on Broadway E B TAULBEE M KAZEL GREEN KY SURGEON 3D 1MS1CIAH ISO AGCOUCHEUB Tenders his professional services to the peo- Â¬ ple of Wolfe and adjoining counti s OlSco at residence on Hazel G reen Heights HOTELS TfAST SOUSE HAZEL GREEN KY DS CODSEY Proprietor Eati onsge is respectfully solicited from eveijbody more especially the traveling public First class accommodations and sat Â¬ isfaction guaranteed PIERATT I HIOTJSB Proprietor HAZEL GREEN KY JOHN H PIERATT tSSThe table is supplied with the best in the market and first class accommodation will bo furnished for man and beast- - MORGAN HOUSE WEST LIBERTY KY JAMES H COLE Proprietor Â¬ Patronage of the traveling public Is re spectfully solieited Table alwavs supplied with the best in the market Stable attached ASHLAND KOUSE- IfEAR POST OFFICE JSEXJSGTOS r x KENTUCKY rW r j ALEX LASS SATES SEASONABLE BEBOSWELL SOXS Prprieters CAMPTON HOUSE CAMPTON J ASBURY ET Proprietor H The table is supplied wiih the choicest vi Â¬ ands in tne market and the charges are rea- Â¬ sonable Special Inducements to Commercial tourists Insure Your Property IS THE OLD BEL1ABLE Hiiii Wkik OF JLUtTFOEJi COXS mis omwuy 2SHM acexs ilazel Green Ky Iel Time - in Eellable Indemnity Xrft Cheap Insurance Triad and Fire Tested- - TSE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST tCtSSCAKTAL jiAajaasRNDOX f1 Sir you have run the risk that I I have lost and I but do as you would have done I will put this lighted c gar into this bung hole Put in the chawed up end then You insult me again sir Bless your heart You fire up a darned sight easier than this ere pow- Â¬ der ever will Do you think that I would ever put the burning end of a ter cigar into the bung hole of a keg full Ah said the Doctor calmly but of powder Great Jerusalem reddening have told you agan and I repeat Insult tree And he I took a prodigious pinch of snuff it that you are no gentleman But I The three friends looked at each I am a man of honor Bah You other-- Major Marsh took the word shall see me die as one 1 keep my My friend will allow me to act for promise him We have the choice of weapons Foulon slowly advanced the burning Yes cigar toward the opening in the keg Then I choose them that nature beneath Go away here you shall be killed provided Fists Feest sad the doctor pondering shouted Vicaire to the Colonel but the You mean ze zo latter remained quietlv beside the vic- Â¬ Major Marsh explained in panto tim Vicaire covered his face with his hands and waited for the awful mo mime Sir cried the fiery doctor you ment which was to blow his friend to make ze game of me I see you after atoms There was a dead silence and then a slight hiss was heard Vicaire my friend have ze satisfaction Dont get so hot now What do looked up Foulon his face purple you say to stuffed clubs in a darkened with rage was holding his cigar after repeatedly poking it into the bung hole room It took a long time to make the doc- Â¬ The Colonel was on a broad grin Is this powder asked Foulon tor understand this proposition but Tooth powder answered tho Col- Â¬ when he did he rejected it with con- Â¬ stantly increasing wrath Captain onel cost almighty But said Foulon shaking now P ckering suggested a in a pit kick scratch bite claw with rage instead of fear if jouhad and gouge- - Major Marsh thought an lost the toss up our keg was full of gun- Â¬ excellent way of settling the dilliculty powder What then would be for the two adversaries to go Id have put the cigar out before I into shallow water and see which could put in said the Colonel Ah murmured Foulon drown the other Finally Colonel Or stuck in the chawed up end they should Skerrett suggested that bring a keg of powder on the field cast Hold on to the terms you Foulon calmly walked to his carriage lots and whichever lost should sit upon the keg and apply the cigar he He and Vicaire hoisted in their keg of had just been smoking to a hole in the gunpowder and followed it themselve- Sir shouted Foulon to the Colonel keg Dr Vicaire tore his hair ana re- Â¬ jected one and all I said you were no gentlemen I say now you are a coward Why said the Major it pears to The Colonel sin led me that we havent got the choice of For three days the friends walked weapons at all Uf ze weapon yes But zis is no about Paris and saw both Foulon and weapon Swords dagger peestol gun Vicaire several times They were not zey all weapon But ze gouge ze posted in the cafes for the Frenchmen feest ze clup rempli or vat you call ze feared the storm of ridicule which a stuff clups eh monsieur and the knowledge of the grotesque duel would brinsr upon them Neither were thnv worthy Doctor stamped with rage i a Doctor said the Major quietly horsewhipped for Vicaire argued that the last suggest on of Colonel Sker- Â¬ they would probably retaliate and in rett is one that has been acted on in such a case the whipping would be only at least one case in one of the Southern a modified form of the duel a la club States of Amer a If your fr end wants remnli On the fourth day after this an out and out dooel he will accept duel the three friends happened to be on the offer of a barrel of powder under them conditions If he dont he is only one of the large and beautiful steam- foolin with the matter People blaze boats carrying excursions down the away at each other here for half an Seine Colonel Skerrett like a con- Â¬ hour and shoot nothing but the pigs sistent Yankee was in the pilot house When we du a thing in the States we watching the working of the wheel He came down afterward and sauntered du it back to where his two friends were Sir shrieked Vicaire with con- Â¬ You coward you standing Near them were no less in- Â¬ centrated rage poltroon seclrat I cost you in ze cafe dividuals than Foulon and Vicane Nei- Â¬ ze hotel I and my friend whip vou ther party addressed the other The boat was in the middle of the river For w th ze em ze wnip oi ze norse t and he rushed from the room swing Â¬ a long distance on either side the banks ing his hat frantically in one hand and were straight and the tide was flowng directly down tho middle channel Sud plucking at h s hair with the other A wild Left to themselves the three friends denhT arose a cry of fire laughed heartily AJs for the doctors stampede of passengers in the bow of threat of personal chastisement Major the boat was made toward the stern Marsh alone looked strong enough to and Foulon who was standing near an horsewhip the National Guard if it opening in the railing was thrown As he was falling were called out For the posting in the from his balance cafes they cared exactly nothing They overboard the Colonel stretched out his chatted and smoked and were begin Â¬ long arm grasped him by the collar and pulled him in again The French- Â¬ ning to forget the whole affair But an hour later the writer an- Â¬ man s hat had fallen off The Colonel nounced M-- le Lieutenant Foulon Eicked it up and with a friendly smile M Foulan advanced Into the room it to his late adversary Foulon bowed courteously to the two and ad-Â¬ colored up and said eagerly Colonel Skerrett I beg your par- Â¬ dressing Colonel Skerrett said in per-Â¬ don You are a gentleman fect Fnglish increased In the meantime the I have just seen my friend Vicaire All the bow of the boatpanic in a was Possibly he misunderstood bright From what he told me I understand thatyou blaze And the fire reached the pilot- Â¬ The pilot rushed out with made propositions which no gentleraan house would make Therefore von are no singed beard and eyebrows and the gentleman It remains to be seei if boat slowly drifted down the stream you are a coward as tv ell- - I am aware The Colonel caught hold of the pilot that your last proposition is a mode of and dragged him to Foulon Sir said he ask this here fellow the duello practced in some parts of country Of that my friend Vi which bank is the safest to land on Tour care was ignorant Although the and tell me He says the right one answered practice it irregular I waive that con- But the boat can not be f hideration and personally accept your I Foulon No pusson is 2azy case he doan DreSieu beef now comes to the At Â¬ proposal of a keg of powder under the managed The wheel must he on fire Without a word of replv the Colonel want money Dut becase he doan want lantic seaboard in the best condition specified conditions You will oblige fc om 2000 miles away plowed his way through the shrieking ter work Arkansfxw Traveler Y Hurt me by nam ng time and place did it come snapping and barking at m heels for I would kick Mr Poo long himself if he did that Ah replied the Doctor ver goot and he blew his Insult additional nose like a flourish of trumpets Colonel Skerrett was as bravo a man as ever stood in boots but besides his conscientious objections to a duel the cause of quarrel was so ludicrous that he only answered with a burst of laugh Â¬ Put it out then ran rough-ana-tum-b- le order requiring all absent officers to rejoin their regiments on a certain day on penalty of dismissal in case of diso- Â¬ bedience The bride and groom away on their hurried wedding tour failed to see the order and on his return he was met by a notice of his dismissal from the service The young fellow was completely prostrated by the dis- Â¬ never fight a duel ao am Iwll grace and his wife hurried to Wash- Â¬ raurmured Foulon And I never call one man ze cow- Â¬ ington to get him restored I obtained ard for not fight of ze duel said Vi- Â¬ for her an interview with the President She told her story with simple caire Is all the women safe asked the and pathetic eloquence and wound up by saying Mr Lincoln wont you Colonel F W Avery in Chicago help us I promise you if you will restore him he will be faithful to his duty The President had THE SABBATH SERVICE listened to her with evident sympathy A Fancv Sketch Just ns Appropriate Else and a half amused smile at her earnestwhere as In loston ness and as she closed her appeal t What a blessed privilege is ours one he said with parental kindness And day in seven to lay aside our cares and Jou sy Dry child that Fred was eom- our troubles and to rest our weary pelled to leave you tho day after the minds and our tired bodies in contem- - wedding Poor fellow 1 dont wonder plation of the ideal perfectness at which j stayed a little longer than he ought to we all of us aim Here is a congrega- - have done well have to overlook his tion just emerging from the sanctuary fault this time Take this card to the Thank the Lord weve ot out Secretary of War and he will restore our nusoano one went to the War wlinmhoonnhrn exclaims Mrs Department saw the Secretary who j Phleshiphatt who is a lady of bountiful rebuked her for troubling the President proport ons Thank the Lord weve and dismissed her somewhat curtly got out where we can breathe I really As it happened on her way down the thought I should suffocate It was in- Â¬ War Department stairs her hopes sufferably stuffy Wonder why tho sex- Â¬ chilled by the Secretarys abrupt man- Â¬ ton thinks last years atmosphere so ner she met tho President ascending much superior to the present seasons He recognized her and with a pleasant vintage If I were a boy really I be- Â¬ smile said Well my dear have you Yes Mr Lin Â¬ lieve Id break two or three wndows seen the Secretary coln she replied and lie seemed Id do something at any rate to let very angry with me for going to you that poor imprisoned air out and a little Wont you speak to him lor me fresh air in Give yourself no trouble said he Â¬ was so sleepy And I was the volI will see that jthe order is issued unteer observation ot Mrs Morfeus I couldnt keep my eyes open for all And in a few days her husband was reI could do Dont you think Mr Proof manded to his regiment I am sorry to add that not long after text is getting fearfully dull he was killed at the battle of GettysAwtul Thus Mrs Phleshiphatt Did you see what a horrid bonnet burg thus sealing with his blood her Sarah Somes had on asked Mary pledge that he should be faithful to his duty Ex Assistant Attorney General Maize A perfect fright wasnt it was CoJey in Philadelphia Press the questionable form in which Jennie BOSTON VISITORS Jones expressed her opinion Made over Peanuts and Pink Lemonade at tho Hui Rural Sight Seers I should hope so So shoidd I I should hate to An influx of country visitors to Bosthink auy milliner guilty of such ton is invariably signalized bjr the pro- Â¬ taste Mamma sad a little nvss tugÂ¬ fusion of paper- - bags business and peanut shells that litter the ging at her mothers dress Johnny common the public garden and the was pinching me all meeting time Why Johnny how could you Bide walks generally The rural sightWell what s a feller goin to do seer has a pronounced partiality for sittin there doin nothm for nioren peanuts Whenever he may be ex- Â¬ an hour Beside Lil begun it pected to flock thither the supply of I didnt to meet possible I say you did Didnt you pull my peanuts ou hand startlinglyallmanifest demands is made hair Carts with heaped up masses of the 1 only pulled it easy edible appear in all directions What My gracious You call that easy becomes of them at other times is a Baby mystery to the uninitiated Whence Children What an awfully long their Â¬ is prayer Mr Proof text made I thought cret venders spring hasalso another sethat no one attempted to he would never get through solve They are alwaj sunburned I know it replied Mrs Smith to men of bucolic aspect and ssingle toned whom the last remark was made ho seems to bo getting worse and worse raucaus voices and somnolent bearing By the way did ou not ce old Gerri Another feature of isthe rush of rural the simultaneous visitors hitherward ton and Lia Periwinkle appearance of pink lemonade Why Not ce them I guess I did I has never been explained couldnt keep niv eyes of em Awfully pinkone curious in such mattersnor has any taken sweet on each other aint they the trouble to discover the cur ous con- Â¬ And his wifes only been dead six nection between this lemonade and the months Disgraceful aint it When are yon frowsy young men without shirt collars or neckties and having an abnormal coming up to see me of 1 dont know Oh Ive got so development whothe Adams apple in their throat supply the blushing much to do you know I dont get anjr beverage to the thirsty strangers in our time to go anywhere Why theres was last week Mrs Chatterton over there I suppose midst The city and prolific purveyors in these articles their I shall have to speak to her I hope to goodness she wont see With the departure of the circus both disappeared It might be reasonably me the hateful thing they follow in the train of Guess you th nk as much of her as argued that the circus were it not that they come to I do but if I dont speak to her Ill the surface again on even-- public holi never hear the last of it Good by da It is not in this locality alone ccme and see me when you can that peanuts and pink lemonade pre Â¬ I say Charley asked Tom who The custom on these occasions was that girl you were mashing all vail extends from one end of the country to church tme the other proving that there must bo Oh that was a little creature I met some snbtle and as yet unsolved sym- Â¬ at the dance last winter Shes a dais pathy between country people bent upeh on enjoyment and the festal peanut and iSot bad But howd tho garao tinted lempnade Boston Gazette come out estcrdav afternoon t9 As usual Bostons got goose egged What He Found Out Have a cigarette Weill exclaimed Clara what do I say Jones called the city editor you think of the new tenor I think to a reporter in the next room I wish hes just splendid What a heavenly youd go down to Captain Davis and mustache And what a fool that MissSpriggins find out something about tho death of made of herself She was gawking at his brother All right sir replied the obedient him all the time they were singing in- Â¬ In about an stead of looking at her notes How- Â¬ Jones and started off ever I cont suppose she can singmnch hour he returned worse than when she does try to follow inquired the c e Well when the music Wonder what they keep did he die her in the cho r for Didnt find out said Jones Sure enough What was the matter Or Mr Basscleft either Why hes actually getting Didnt find out repeated the rebald And mercy how he squints porter Hullo When are they going to bury him Theres that Cheever fel Â¬ low Didnt find out he said again What that ninny whos all the time Thunderation Didnt find out staring at the girls Hm I dont want man didnt you find anything out to see him Ill turn down here ood exclaimed the agitated city editor by Yes sir 1 Guess she neednt worry about his Well well what was it staring at her soliloquizes Nell as said the reporter Captain Davif her dear friend disappears around the with a sad sweet smile and the c e corner Old jealousy rose up and bombed his head against And so it goes Really what a set the wail Merchant Traveler of empty headed venomous creatures 4 Notwithstanding the mysterv snrwe should be were it not for the Sab rounding the manner of catching the J bath servleel Boston Transcript d sorder popularly called a cold The capital invested in wild ani medical scientists agree that among mals in this country is estimated at the causes are drt and impure air 4000000 Chicago Herald Philadelphia Becqrd Â¬ Inter-Ocean Â¬ i I -I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- circulars crowd leaped up the steps of the pilot Â¬ house and se zed the wheel There he stood the flames roarng abont him the crowd shrieking beneath him steadily steering toward the right bank Foulon shuddered at this exhibition of simple superhuman courage The bank was reached The crowd selfish and crazed with fear rushed to land The Major and the Captain struggled up the burning steps of the pilot house followed by Foulon and Vicaire They dragged the Colonel out through the flames bore him to the bank and ap- Â¬ plied restoratives He was less injured than might have been supposed and at length opened Irs eves Oh Colonel Skerrett cried Foulon with tears in hs eyes your pardon 3 our pardon You are a brave man and a man of honor The Colonel said Captain Picker Â¬ ing can swim like an otter He could have crossed the creek a hundred times without stopping Fsts said Major Marsh are no weapons perhaps Well pistols are The Colonel can knock the center of a iive cent piece spun in the air at fifty A PENNSYLVANIA ROMANCE her in obtaining an interview with the ed for camp purposes At the end we President Some time ago she had came upon the Guard reglmeirts and been married to a young man who was the Preobrajensky BegimjT with a lieutenant in a Pennsylvania regi Â¬ whom finished the inspection and here ment He had been compelled to leave her the day after the wedding to rejoin were assembled all the bands and his command in the army of the Po-Â¬ drums to the number of 800 in one tomac After some time he obtained compact mass facing the Empresss paÂ¬ leave of absence returned to Philadel Â¬ vilion or tent at the door of which she phia and started on a brief honey- Â¬ and her ladies alighted and were moon journey with his bride A move- Â¬ joined by the Emperor and Grand ment of the array being imminent the Dukes We all dismounted and camo War Department issued a peremptory inside the square of which the royalty and staff formed one side the musi- Â¬ How Mr Lincoln Believed the Distresses af a Kewly 3Iarrled Couple In the spring of 1863 a very hand- Â¬ some and attractive young lady from Philadelphia came to my office with a note from a friend asking mo to assist How the Annlfs of tho Czar Ars Inspect The ordinary stride of Maud S Jm ed by the Emperor seventeen feet per second That We Tode at least a mile and a half man dodging a butcher bdl is frre4rr s past the line of tents and must have one Detroit Free Press 4 A dealer ia cheap boots in ona oC seen 50000 men The ground is pret Â¬ tily accidente and altogether well suit his advertisements says Ladieswisli J fng these cheap shoes will do well kj call soon as they will not last IoKgr Chicago Tribune f G is so very close was obserraL that he will squabble aboaa bvB Well remarked W farthing have always thought that the less o -squabbles about tho better J Mai Flossie told hermothersomonewsf You to which the latter replied say jo Mamma said Flossie why do you say You dont say so when Ive just this minute said It Boston Post 3 - dot - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ B y cians the opposite side the other two Inquirer Yes paragraphist unsides be ng composed of officers of the doubtedby originated from the use of various corps who had hurried to the the list 3SF at the beginning oi spot In the center on a mound stood each paragraph Therefore you are the conductor of the united bands of correct in your spelling reform of the music and near him one drummer boy word to paragrafist Current or perhaps a lad of twenty Wu tho Trousars with two legs are a pairj foreign missions stood in line and the a shirt With two arms is only ono shirt Emperor came down from the pavilion Philoscphers had belter give up trying and spoke to each of the Generals He o tmd out whether the moon is inhab Â¬ was very gracious to me and inquired ited with spooks and clear up some ol about my service and the commands I the dar mysteries of this life Talcda had held This over he stood alone in Blade the center and a detachment of Ser- Â¬ good deal like geants in full marching order passed dog Human nature is a some other dog nature Whenever hm one by one each Sergeant giving wants the bone it becomes doubly the evening report of his picket and ot precious and when a man about to the usual watch setting in a lose something upon which is has pur he loud voice the Czar thus fulfill- Â¬ slight value its worth goes ing for the moment the role of camp iapidly Cleveland Leader-- skyward We Generals only commandant How did Vou come to fall in love were then taken up one by ono lo the with Mttie Cook Fred- - Herfacafsnt Empress who talked to me about tho I prettiest in the world I admit Princess of Wales Cowes Osborne that Lob but then she s a lovely charÂ¬ etc and was altogether gracious and Obi snch charming Then tea was handed acter andwas a pretty foot then it her foot that led you to aroimd and the crowd of officers and Tonkers Gazette of the troops generally kept closing adore Mat Miss De Vere Dont you sing Me round the square as the hour for the retreat or Zaira drew nigh Mean- Â¬ Lisle Mr Lisle of ihe Harvard Gle while heavy clouds had gathered in the Club Oh yes but we ate not alose horizon and a storm seemed to threaten That ugly old dnfter in the corner ha us though the view down the slope been watching us the last half hour and over the valley to Krasnoe distant Miss De Vere Oh never mind hrm about a mde was not rendered less hes only my father Brooklyn Eagle beautiful by the combination of waning Featherly was making an evening sunlight and threatening clouds call and the revised edition was being Eight oclock sounds each field bat-Â¬ disenssed In the now Bible that pa tery fires an evening gun three rock- brought home said Bobbyv joining ets shoot into the air and the drums the conversation sister is four years and bands roll out wth a solemnity younger than she was in the oldohei and volume of sound not easilv for- Â¬ Is that what is- meant by the revised gotten the evenng hymn As thelast edition N T Sun notes die off the drummer boy steps tell you a great secret Ill forward the bandmaster descends and you must promise not to give it away the little drummer sole occupant of j Of course not believe Miss Bur- he square repeats slowly but with d e McGinnis is gone on me Fvc alÂ¬ perfect distinctness the Lords Prayer most made up my mind to pop the Every head is uncovered and bows question What did she say to you from the Emperor to the furthermost bhe didnt say anything to me preÂ¬ spectator and 1 should from mv heart cisely but at the picnic on Onion Creek pity the man who as the little lads she patted my dog on the head Isnt Amen went up in its solitary sim- Â¬ that an encouraging sign Yes plicity could scoff at or even be un- Â¬ thats the next thing to patting you on impressed by the silence which fol-Â¬ the head Your turn will come next lowed There was a total absence of Texas Siftings ail exaggeration or straining for inÂ¬ He was a poet and he was talking to creased effect The bands then burst Miss Ethel in the conservatory ana as forth with the Russian National air so she toyed With the ice which he had well known to all of us and the scene just brought her she inquired Mr closed as night fell Lteulenaot- - Gener R mer you write a good deal of poÂ¬ allfigginson in Blackwood1 s Magazine etry dont you Oh yes Mi33 Ethel he answered and it comes so PREMATURE BURIALS easily to me Why do you know I ex-pect it is more work for you to read An Undertaker llelief That People Are my poems that it is for me to write Often Buried Alive Yes I expect it isr she an- Â¬ them The world would be horrified coylyr and it must bo much swered sad a well known undertaker the other pleasanter to write them than to read day if it knew the number of bodies them And then he looked up at the shrubs that grew around them and 1 fe is extinct that are buried before Once in a while one of these cases said nothing while she continuad to toy with the chilly orange flavored ice comes to light but no steps are taken Boston Post to prevent its recurrence Someth ng that happened to mo REINDEER HUNTING about twelve years ago has worried me Esquimaux Hunt the Kfaer ever since I was sent lor one day to How theAided liy Roys and Dogs- take charge of the body of a man in Esquimaux dog3 are used in various street The man was a tailor ways in hunting When the weather and had fallen over while sitting on Is so foggy that a hunter can not sea his bench sew ng He was a big fleshy man about forty years of age and very far and there is consequently but weighed about 250 pounds Xhe body little prospect of his killing anyTng was warm and the limbs very limp I unlcss he almost stumbles upon ons did not believe the man was dead and of them will take hi3 bow aud arrows said so His friends told me that a or his gun if he be fortunate enough physician had pronounced him dead to own giving I was ordered to put his body on Ice at hunting one and charge the Dest trained dog in of one of his once but delayed this operation on one pretext or another for nearly two sons theysjart out reindeer hunting days During this time-- the body lay Tho boy puts a harness on the dog ties on the bench in the 1 ttle shop Finally the trace around hh own waist or I could delay no longer The limba holds it in his hands and follows his were still as limp as when I first exÂ¬ father out into the fog amined the body I prepared tho Of course the older Esquimaux has body for burial and the next day it some idea where the reindeer will be was buried 1 do not believe that man grazing or resting and he soon find3 was dead when the earth was shoveled out which way the wind is blowin in on his coflin If the same thing over the place where he suspects tha were to happen again I would let reindeer ti be Then with his boy somebody else do the burying and the dog he goes around in snch a About the same time a voungwoman 1 way that the game will not be dis Â¬ living up town was supposed - to have turbed to some Tjlace whom tfm xcinr 4 r uI ueu viu bimueniy pnysician was blowng over the reindeer will come He said she was dead An toward the hunters called in As soon as the old woman who was present thought place Is reached the do- - smells tho otherwise ana insisted upon it that she reindeer and commences sniffing tho was in a trance The body was burled a r as IX anxious to go toward thexa A week later the old woman deter Â¬ JLhe bov allows the dog to advance mined to satisfy herself about it and slowly still holding on to the harness bribed the grave diggers to disinter so that it shall not run away Asoo the coflin The lid was removed and as the dog scents the deer it goes a horrible sight was seen Ihe voung direettv toward them and wfeen itr wwoman had come to hfe and had madj quite near it grows excte and eonv a terrible struggle for Lberty Her mences to jump and to jerk the harness hair was torn out and her face was trace by wh ch the boy is holding it terribly scratched She had turned being a well trained hnatl dog how over on her face ever it never barks sostofrIgnteath A person is generally believed to be deer by the sound dead if there is no acton of the heart from thes The hunter or pulse But if such a person is in a excited actlns of the dgthat tho- trance there is no act on of the heart reindeer must be close at hand al or pulse A vein should be opened though hacannotsee themfor thefojr-If blood flows the person is not j So he tells his son to hold the dog ant dead This operation would take abont remain in that spot while he takas hls thirty seconds but it is not often re Â¬ bow or gun aaa crawls captiously forr sorted to Suppose the person is sufÂ¬ ward in the proper direction Befec fering only from a temporary suspen- Â¬ he has gonfe far probably not aaere sion of animation Before he can re-Â¬ than twenty or cover the use of his faculties an underÂ¬ the huge forms of h or Are taker comes in and he is put in an ice- Â¬ deer loom up through the id Jf h box where whatever life there may is a good hunter fee will at IeiSt have been in him is frozen out The one down and pcraps twooclMtmWi Board of Health should take hold of thejn and so bavs soaaethuijr for th s matter and devise some means of per When there is snow oa 1mm ascertaining beyond all doubt that life ground the boy Trill generally- - tas is extinct before the body is buried I two or thre dog3 aloBjf awl fete a have thought of a good many different reindeer is killed will sse thamtAzg means A receiving vault could be it Into the snow As tiwr little built in every cemeterv where bodies AdWU excitemeMW ima I w ninmiiiv inv3 could be placed uuui decomposition j good sport and in this Wf hadoegun when they could be bnred1 learns tm hunt qali welL ZXMiftjiattf I v a Phituslelphia Korlft American et cuericip ocamrmim jm taoc xi J te - bt i 3 it 1 a 1 - J kirs twefity-fiveyaros-w- ay k V - he -- -- tt oa i L f - II -- - - - f rT T j - - -- js wv - v- If U 1 c Wr Tcs Voltaic Bsxt Co qCXarafcaTT Mi Cologne court a person was Hard woody hay may do fcr city A lorty BhgaidUnceZacfatsecIm watofeed Thx to years an its as I Itefsst of sad tfcetre2ferat9 MuKsram Yotr recently fined twelve dollars for refusÂ¬ horse staoles where the principal May an Christmas day cl de L oOwr Ilffious Creeds bsm year tawBbkc aad days JfcaovRiaJLracLUHKe WtmmMMVUrJmTrruiriiiior ing to take the oath ontheplea that he poor Its oa trial f 90 te w yomg oreld Not so long ago it was the custom food is grain farm feeding is Trib-Â¬ allers comae on de same week day did not believe ina GoL Chicago economy on the Partner conversation proved UaeleZch aSScted wititBerroBS JWiy low for all ministers of theDutch Beformed une HAZEEtlSfaf - - KENTUCKY- a most incredulous person Chancisg to iiy and all kindred troes JLfe ferrfcee The German authorities with- ac mention Dr Carvers feat of breaking glass aaakiBfirslipftralTMadaBy afcfe Church to be educated in Holland but view to disconrape emigration have Lemon juice will whiten frosting er diseases Complete rsaratioftelMttfc rifle forbidden the railroads to carry emi Â¬ SOfL recently it appears the universal cranberry pr strawberry juice wilLcolor balls with bout he said Iheerd shootin and knowed TigorsiidmMlMQdspMrseteecL 2terikia dat 1K grants at reduced rates spirit of progress has infected the re it pink and the grated rind of an right off it wasnt squar dat vaa Yankee crreda8dy8UrMiiBallwi Write 39 WWohltB Chracie Hm es S fckcsiatOBcefor illiMtealeApwpMtt i The Jtcvw Bibliographtque reports ligions ideas of the divines of Holland orange strained through a cloth will trick boss shos you born fr aa Atala What was the trick that in Paraguay a tribe of Indians and the Boer farmers have started a color it yellow Toledo Blade profitable b3 Sateresfe with tails has been discovered AGuay 3tjjwiM put into Dar glase Weat is recargei m hwiraMo x fc There is no doubt that the slight balls anffuz loadstone de bullets de when If poeSos by the eutec regra a great college of their own at Steilen likewise onto so fcWloww jast what influence tlas cuyos child of eight years was captured sweating of hay in the cock adds ma Â¬ jv iMereua bosch where their pastors may be edu- Â¬ terially to its value especially if clover de bullet fly oaten de gun it an de ball jea xarctr of the soil von which their with a tail af ootlong dravred togedder which in course brokes cated in the strict doctrine and creed constitutes a portion Subsequent air Â¬ de glass dats de trick A Belgian editor who recently inÂ¬ rew aad orer which their drink 1 Uh file Taaers - wji of their South African ancestors And ing generally goes on sufficiently while Later UneleZach observed rope running when neglected or improperly treated oftea ad 4ijo the growth of farm ani sulted a rival editor in the morning degenerate into cancer By our eir and as in religion so is it in all their in Â¬ handling to the wagons and thenco to along the side of the car jfcls- - Tke ost important simple ele j fought a duel and killed him in the Boss whats dat line fur improved treatment with oat knife cftnstae m p aixernoon ami came out ai dustries This is a great wine growing the stack N Y Tribuiic enters into the composi with a special evening editioa describ- Â¬ To apply the air brake in case of acci Â¬ or salve wo cure the worst cases ia ten to One and one dent Thenwehad further to explain how thirty days Custard Pudding center every farmer making 30 to 300 Pamphlet referaGce and f TxHse is Jjme lis two com ing the encounter THE ROYAL FAMILY half pints milk four eggs one cupful the lorco of the brako vas obtained to terms three letter stamps Worlds Dis Â¬ leaguers1 200 gallons each of of J crboato of lhne and phos China which only sbr year since sugar two teaspoonfuls vanilla Beat which Undo Zach responded pensary iledical Association 683 3falh wine J had but six miles of telegraph lines TVhat the1 British Pay for Maintaining has to each year Much of this wine eggs and sugar together dilute with constitute two thirds of 4tte Look a here boss you Hholy dont spect Street Buffalo NY be or v Jloyalty which bleevo buttered coin Dieted a tie ectre subsUaoe of the bones and j has now the capital of svstem bv China - Some of the salaries and payments yde spirits turned into good nonegarfor mule and extract pour Into dripping me to harricanedafc foolishness Why de because there is sale x biggest whatever blowed couidnfc Southern Canton pudding dish set in oven in Oil producers know how te gtJe abe-re sbsety per cent of their earthy it But if one ponts of dis train they is brought into direct communication from the Civil List may be open to Te these good farmers that out to one his pan two thirds full o water and bako stopyou think rnnnin forty mile a hour well All CUy have ia ds ia 4e 4rili ife H gwine to bleevo a little s baiaace Hence a certain amount of with the metropolis of the north if he made Jkrticlu until firm about forty minutes in mod- Â¬ An full of windIunder do kyars can do it deep Oil vision and there are charges now im- wine on the European system he would tr iiaela the food and comparatively a Sipo Deaths from sah ree large asftocat is accessary to a thrifty gland and Wales consumption in En- Â¬ posed on the public which ought to be make a beverage suited to the Europ-Â¬ erate oven The Household The Boss ColtagPiui fe are on the decrease transferred to the Civil List But on ean taste and salable then in any quan There are a great many Uncle Zachs who ommended as bewt It costs as much to raise an Animal osseous developaent In 3 istestone to everything simply by ISCtf to of lime would rare Â¬ The number from annually 1870 aver Â¬ the whole the amount does not ap- tities at a good price his reply is No faulty in constitution form and capa- Â¬ judgeair brake does not seemappearances gioos this so The to be a very and from aged over 55000 ppar slwwlx as one more powerful thing city through heredity fy if erer bfr lacking Although A but power and efficiency are haveC03TVICT however excessive for the active discharge why should 1 I and my family like perfect and the animal is comparative- Â¬ 1870 to 1880 between 51000 and 52000 pear a watch and cfeuiu Chicmf 2- this wine and drink little else and if plants exereiee their power of selection not necessarily equivalent to bigness and une number was 48715 in a of the manifold duties and obligations English people dont like it Breed out pretense ly worthless when raised of food they take up rnorelme where Last year the 26413862 its of royalty and we may now pass to their los not mine Phillip Beers Esq who resides at the And so the the weeds and weed out the breeds is a liste i sfeuadaat is the oil than where population of Doxt hawk and blow and spig but xm - Of the twentv volcanoes surrounds consider the claims pf the family of farmer foregoes a great profit because good motto for the stock breeding United States Hotel New York City and ia Dr Sages Catarrh Bfimedy itiscaaL This is Tery apparent inÂ¬ img the ancient city of Quito the lowest of his Tory oelief in the unimprovable farmer to paste in his hat Boston engaged in rafeing subscriptions for the New the grates of our cereals and is notice the Th dentist always goes r York World Bartholdi Pedestal Fund was highest the sovereign It has been the custom nature of all the processes his forefath- Â¬ Transcript able j the calms or stalks as welL is over 15000 feet and the to grant an annuity to onco upbraided by a distinguished relative tenth Burlinalon FreeBrtss Chimborazo is nearly 22000 Three lor Parliament ers have handed down to him So too Also where the soil is a lime Potatoes and Cream Cut up cold who was a physician for commending in the water Sowing from it oi are now active Cotopaxi Sangai and every Prince and Princess of the blood in his polit cs his Conservatism or boiled potatoes into small pieces put such enthusiastic terms a remedy that PiKEsTooTnAcnEDaors curelnlmlnuteScC stee oe5s Soap heals and beautiftesji 25c and ever it strongly impregnated with Ciobincha twelve are dormant sum- Â¬ royal either upon majority orphanage rather his Toryism take3 the shape of in a skillet with a lump of butter and a cured hiin of brights disease eight years Glenns SulphurBemovxs WIIs Coras A Bunioafc- is what we call harcL In the rest are extinct Twenty twosnow or marriage An example is found in regarding all Constitutional Govern- Â¬ little pepper rub a small teaspoonful ago He said Sir has the medical pro- Â¬ Gebmas CORS that is as govern-Â¬ of flour in milk and pour a pint of fession with all its power and experience of other localises there is very little lime mits are cdvered with perpetual the family of the Duke of Cambridge ments as radical i A CVCTOHK Is like waiter It earriee Rogues Album in the Ber-Â¬ Each of his sisters the Grand Duchess ments to be resisted at every turn milk over the potatoes let them boil up thousands of years any thing that can cure everything before a The in th soil ao linaestcne having been it Carl PreSzeVs No no that is disiBtecrated to aid in its formation lin Criminal Police Court did good of Mecklenburg Strel tx and the Duch Above all he refuses altogether to pay and thicken with the flour and milk this terrible disorder true there is no mistake about it but that Weekly Ia sick localities the grasses and servcem 1884 124 criminals having ess of Teck receives a Parliamentary taxes unless positively compelled He when they are heated through salt and Warners safe cure ia really a wonderfully IF afflicted with Sore Eyes use Dr Isaae graias will contain less lhne and the been identified by its means In the annuity of 3000 a year and his lloyal has a shrewd a peculiarly shrewd eflectivo preparation That remedy is an Thompsons Eye Water Druggists sellit 3Sc serve immediately The Caterer same year 863 photographic portraits Highness obtained in 1850 asimilar an Â¬ manner of reply thoughtful slow but water will be devoid of it or toft air brake that every man can apply and It is not including this fact It is easily understood that in the were added to Its numberburglars 21 nuity of 12000 for life with condition logical And on this matter of taxes in print that correct asishas been stated hundredscxplainswhy it has saved so manyÂ¬ Cait it be said that a nsk is crazy wea brought just if milk lives Copyof iorcaer localities animals will make a those of 4 murderers 58 that it should cease if he became King he will answer No why should I to the boiling point then poured im- Â¬ righted Used thousands of of American he is inseine Hatchet by permission 16 shop lifters mak pay I get nothing in return that I ore rapid bony growth- - The East pickpockets and of Hanover All the children of the sons mediately into cans and sealed air- Â¬ Rural Some Tensesseeaas are tall and bony and ing a total number of 8822 of Her Majesty will have claims the could not supply myself with without tight it will keep indefinitely It And it is remarkable how w 11 must be tfcjsir large bone development is at No less than 4 536 relatives of En- Â¬ same as those of the Duke of Cam- Â¬ taxes heated in the can or jar in said the enr Pat tributed by all physiologists to the glish t tied families are quartered on bridge and his sisters The Queens ing he is freely to supply himelf if bo which it is to be preserved and when with a having a rattling timeWeekly Maver- Â¬ can tied to his tail His the steam is escaping freely the orifice ick ltteestosc soil insuring a large amount tae public service The drafts on the daughters have become German Prin-Â¬ is freely convneed it is good V7hy treasury for the sisters and aunt3 of cesses the youngest is about to be- Â¬ clergy of all others have been able to s Pnac ia tlieir food and drink should not the same effect be produced dukes amount to 4Si80045S the come a German Princess and the rank convince him of the benelit of support- Â¬ is sealed and the cans thereafter kept To the Snmmer Ilcsorts of tlxe Northwest It is but brothers- - n law and nephews of mar- Â¬ and fortunes of their children will not ing the church There is probably no cool Chicago Tribune 4n their domestic animals The Monon Route is now selling Bound In much of the hard work required country where the clergy are more free- Â¬ reasonable to suppose that their cattle quises to 41529150 aud the cousins be regulated by English arrangements Trip Tickets to all the famous Besorta in and hogs would be bony as they are and others of earls to 240900010 per Including the provision for Princess ly and more lberallv supported In in clearing new land oxen are prefer-Â¬ the Northwest at greatly reduced Tates A Short horn transported when asmall annum or a total sum going to prove Bcutrice the total annuity voted by nearly every district th clergyman will able to horses In plowing among These tickets are good until October 31 v calf from Jllino s would lose Jts John Brighfs assertion that the Parliament for the sons and daughters have an assured salary of 300 to 500 stumps or stones they pull steadily 1885 and are good to stop over en route of of the Queen amounts to 157000 By a residence extensive garlen grounds where most horses would go with a Guide Books Maps and any information smoothness and rotundity of form and aristocracv lives on patronage imple- Â¬ jerk promptly given hy addressbecome bony and angular It would 831236210 the death of the Duke of Albany and of presents in kind w ne cheese but- Â¬ mentsbreaking oither harness orof New desired will boGarrison District Passenger ing Jno H In some rocky portions bo longer be a good Short horn The recent account of the remark- Â¬ the Princess Alice the payment isa re- Â¬ ter mealies grapes and stock and a England ox teams are regarded as a Agent 129 Vino Street Cincinnati Ohio JOYOUS HAPP4 CHiLDREM - and its deireneratcn would be occa- able escape of amother aud several duced to 132000 According to pre- Â¬ standing bed and meal in every house Write to him for particulars are Indeed the greatest boon of manfclnd TheiBU while with need for eioned by the soil pensaMe qoalincatfon for this coBiUtloala aeaitn aad children from a shipwreck in which the cedent the children not only of the in his distrct In later years the Boer necessitythe West they equalrarely seen are Indorsed by ann them at It follows that where the so 1 con Â¬ vessel turned bottom upward recalls Prince of Wales but also of the Dukes has become equally liberal in providing The heavy breeds of draught horses A babe possibUlty That any one may ft Is the claim ol the manufactursi JoodXor a growing Jt dred that IUdsCs Food Is the tieat tains a small amount of lime food and the fact that thirty years ago a schoon- Â¬ of Edinburgh Connaught and Albanv for the education of his ch ldren a lb chlliL become bald headed Boston Transcript grass may not contain enough of this er was washed upon the beach at will be entitled to annuities As to the erality prompted by a shrewd concep rval oxen in the steadiness with which bon element for a thnf tv development Penzance bottom upward which was Duke of Edinburgh the claim will lapso ton of the value in this world of this they will take hold of a dead pull N It Should Be Generally Known of the skeleton and the lHie will have found to contain several men who after upon the death of his nucle the Grand new fangled reading writing and Y Examiner that the multitude of diseases of a scrofu- Â¬ 21 S to be supplied from outside sources the capsszmg had been tossing about A writer in the Prairie Farmer lous nature geuerallyproceed from a torpid of Saxe Coburg Gotha Parlia- arithmetic The Boer is commonly reported by says I have kept hogs for over forty condition cf the liver The blood becomesÂ¬ Here is a matter of pract cal impor Â¬ ins de for several days in the same Duke will insist upon definition and reL impure because the liver does not act propI contracted a fearful cm of hloed colsoa la H8R bo supremely ignorant and tance to the stockmen in the richest position as that m which she had been ment T was Merc striction of these claims There can travelers toindolent There undoubt years with never a sick one though erly and work off the poison from the sys-Â¬ Potashtreated wttn the old rem edte of and lhit s paired whlciibaghtoarheu agr cultural sections ot the country washed ashore is the so called hog cholera has otten been tem and the certain results are blotches my digestive organs Syeryjo atlffla no doubt that the interests of the supremely be tlama i edly a basis of truth in these some- Â¬ prevalent all around me I attribute pimples eruptions swellings tumors ulcers and fall of pain When I was given 3 to svoaes particularly on the praires of the disli Oae day when the ground was roval family require avoidance of an what sweeping generalizations would be a Rood u AVcst where the sol is deficient in B this exemption to the regular soap suds and kindred affections or settling upon the physicians thought It Specific I unproved e to te fro th indefinite demand upon the public and force of virtues of Swifts very lime Where the food and drink is white witlii snow Mme JDofian a great of the creation of a numerous royal circumstances the Boer is un- Â¬ which I have alwavs given ihem Every lungs and poisoning their delicate tissues the first doae Soon the rheum Uis left me m y iha appetite became wh j among lhePars an sportswom- doubtedly ignorant He has lived in washing day except in extremely cold until ulceration breaking down and con doctor said ere all right aad the -- leers whichseen lacking in lime the animals will put on frightful he had e ir the No of monr 4 mvitea IVIUI uuiro 10 ilVVV Dr Pierces rn J t slJlJ kTVLi l en see the I skaters es the nnrA rmt caste wouldconsiderate friend attributesÂ¬ uttermost seclus on and he has I ved weather all the suds are emptied into gumption is established will by acting Gold-Â¬ bejranmanheal and bymoatar of 0toberl88t DOIf to I wag the JkJil A4AU jnlVAAU cCLE propose the again de archy m upon and Discovery an proportion lne calf wilt become a Boulogne As he got up besideBois on of royalty should that continued in great contentment until that se- Â¬ the swill barrel and the hogs drink it en Medicaland purifying the blood cure all well McClendon has been IX3the empToy of th- be her the liver tern la unfishV His standing greeddy I do not think the suds any these diseases and the pig a 4Iat runt The sdt clusion was invaded to remote generations less Carley Company for some years and Itoow w B Cisosi it The iact that such calves and pigs are the box of her turnout she remarked tlenient of this delicate matter should rule has been I must never be in better for the contactwith dirty clothes above statem entB u be true the Manager Cbess Carley C- Atlanta Slv doa You have forgotten your overcoat sight of my neighbors chimney and but where only a few hogs are kept the quite common m prairie sections aud We contracted a cold last week but it Atlanta Ga April 13 1S8S My overcoat I be made by the Sovereign in council when traffic increased along lis way are much more common in such sec mon cher maitrel Treatise on Blood and Sldn Dleae nailed iree weekly suds seem about the amount has spread all over iw again Burlington with a wise and discreet Minister It or when Tub S i r Srxcx o Co- - Drawer Atiaata Ga residents came he found his needed Those who make the suds Free Press xioBstban in lime stone regions cor Â¬ never had one and I dress just the is not desirable for the same inter-Â¬ KY 1 W 23d St same way in winter as I do in summer Â¬ roborates this view of the case Stock ests that apjjlication should be maae only relief in removing again into the specially for the purpose should mix The woman question Nowfentthis a THE was men who possess soil of a character ily overcoat is my youth to Parliament on behalf of those further wilderness His tendency him- Â¬ about three pints or two quarts of good pretty time ot night for youiolgetf home to the Acad Princes and Princesses who do not thus a perpetual endeavor to keep Jacking lime frequently complain that In a communication soft soap with a barrel of water stir to Philadelphia Call dS Rcadng a foam and give it to the pigs one to waves sou PKa itii eii xre ajipitieui- eme des Sciences M Duclaux states stand next to the throne When the self cut oft from lis fellows tw COLLAR lyin good health are fat and yet do that the presence of micro organsms Duke of Cambridges annuity of 12 aud writing are quite a modern innora three times a week and they will be all The best way to find peopl9 out Is to let you are about to call on them them know GJeaily Boers have afty right this is be- - in the earth is essential to the germ na 000 not grow re ajvb z a e proposed t on few of the elderAs a ir-with a petition Chicago Currents Knowledge of e ther caase thev can not net snffic ent ton oi seed ilis experiments were thatwas discussed MrbeBright consequence NO 0-3 pre SOKE 2 and cure aa r 3CSS tf the sum should the limit of the the Boer has been both It will positively cbaflDft This can made with plants whose seed grow on Dukes income from the public funds suspicious and material for bone build n vitheu Hors mate at A man writes to ask how his nose can bo fected Harness can beworked while care Is per Â¬ 3 jj COUNTRY ROADS itwul iey no oeixemeaiea oy cnange in tne ioou the surlace as well as tnose wnicn and it is certainly advisable that in the ignorant and while on the one hand stopped from increasing in size Let him satisfied after days sure to trt8e refnad fret 13 ifTaras 1 me drect agricul- Â¬ case of all pensions there should be a th s has saved him again and again try water for a few weeks N Y Herald enough HXLK crgJtT3S Mb iWob WH develop in the ground The perhaps or else by gvmg of the Proper Maintenance It 1s a curious fact that when an ani tural importance of his researches liesÂ¬ liability to deduction in respect of any from being msled by the designing it The Question Puhllc Highways of AM9 AtE It seems a little singular that a mans WUHQFTS mal shows a disposition to become a in ihe fact that farmers who under- subsequent income from the same has also led him to forego nianv and face is generally the longest when he is Aw a anted cure for all tlmn If there is any one thing in which himself the shortest Pittsburg h Chron- Â¬ fat runt tbs course of feeding is sure stand this principle will avoid the use sources The grandson of an English many an advantage or opportunitv fpr V I 4Vk caused by malarial poisoning af to be changed to increase the evil un planted soils of anv substauce Duke may be a commoner without materially improving his positon or the farmer is deeply and largely inter- Â¬ icle the blood such aa Chins and Fever itiH slrnw rniip- fond He is ready enough to be ested it is the roads oyer which he is tiraes f1nvr inimical to the lower forms of organic even a title by courtesy and it would prospects Fever and Ague Sua Pains Dumlr 1 eve There is a time when even a preacher is Chills Intermittent Bemitteat are lessened in amount or altooether j life probably tend to the security of mon- creed anything that fits in with the compelled to travel Over those he excusable for swearing It is when he is era sassed Bilious and all other political economical or re- Â¬ fed more discarded and the animal is if under like couditons the on the witness stand Chicago Ledger archy Sit by malaria It is also the safest ligious of his ancestors of all else he must transport the produce of his farm meal or roots That such is the milk JALAPA grandson of the sovcregn were not a is suspicious u and beat curs for enlarged Spteear i iblieving or ignorant to market travel to the Post ofiice and case we shall see Later experience Do tou enjoy good health asked Fever Cake General Debttlry Royal Highness1 and if the great Why yes of course South African Cor London Times Who asdPertodic Neuralgia jaTorSslebyallBrsggiata observation and stcdy have shown that A Town That Han Occupied the Pen of grandson became an untitled commonwherever and whenever hs business Cross doesnt 1oet and Historian CHAS F KSELEK Prop Chlea9 H-Iit is not the phosphate of lime as a calls him 7 these are in good con- Â¬ Herald replied Boss tersely St Paul er This follows when a daughter ol E ST JOHN whole that is lacking as was formerly Among the mostv elevated peaks in the sovereign marries a subject not of dition it is well but if they are in bad T supposed but the lime itself phos Â¬ Mexican territory rises the Cofre rojal blood If this were the rule the THo Well Deserved Promotion of a Prom condition the 1 ability of breakage of The Stock Exchange does not deal in live stock although you can always find phoric acid usually exstninsuflicent Trunk of Perote on a colossal wall grandchildren of the Duke of Con inent Faithful and Etlicicpf itnilroad vehicles or wear and tear of vehicles plenty of bears bulls and lambs about tho Ofiicial quantities in the feed 2ow in bone naught would be in the same position place N Y Sun are for 100 p irts of phosphoric crowned by the Star Mountain Oriza- - as those of the Princess Louise there President R R Cable of the Chicago horses etc is something annoying be- Â¬ i va Ii nttd by thoasds efSiwt cbr Maaaf efcr wnicn irom a neignt or nearly ForInig fitly Review ac d 120 parts of lime In corn meal Pacific Railroad has yond endurance almost As the Rock Island A siue issue Palpitation of the hearc ted Mechanics on their btrt srk Received COLO M EDALXondoaS3 Fro cuunced the ratiois as 100 to 13 bran 100 to 6 eighteen thousand feet looks calmly Evansville Argus of country the is issued the following important notice population alnttmxn Send card of dealer who doe notit I6O0 cottonseed meal 100 to 9 mangolds i out over the dark blue waves of the L John is hereby appointed Mr F Uirith Ht 2c tumps for SAMPLE CAN rn T continually tending toward the TRAVELING CLOAKS ETC Uci sju The silent watches of the night Those 100 to 44 milk 100 to 80 wh le in Mexican gulf assistant to the General Manager The ereat business centers and so gradual not wound up RDsaiCemeatCoGkeeteTIiss iBhh INCH hay ol the grasses the rat o is 100 to Description ot the Newest Styles Imported General Ticket and Passenger DepartAt the feet of the Cofre de Perote is i220 in ulover 100 to 360 ard wheat Ky Fashionable Modistes People who raise green appl have ments will remain under the jurisdic- Â¬ ly beconrng less and less the burden ol w kM i ii7-a--J peraia nesS the repair of public highways in the only their labor for their pains 100 to 120 will be seen that the beautiful city of Jalapa justly straw People It employ saUry The newest traveling cloaks import- tion of Mr St John as formerly and t aa4 sell tn Qt Mi dtaJSfcirC and in meal bran cottonseed mangolds called the garden of the Republic ed by fashionable modistes are of ecru all communications in connection with manner that they should be is becom- Â¬ who eat green apples generally have pains a plw StoJsltHiBlMliuVtn milk etc there is a deficency of where brilliant b rds sing their litanies outfit ft e ridrs Cincinnati e should be addressed ing so heavy that there is a deposition for their labor Troy Times Suspender Co Cincinnati O canvas striped with colors lined thohimdepartments Ticket and Passenger to get along about as easy as can be for lime while in the hay of the and brght liowers wave unceasingly to as General Why should not the Bartholdi r the time being and it is a fact much have been brought over here packedstatue grasses and clover there is an ex-Â¬ their perfumed censers All the exu- throughout with silk and trimmed Agent for T up in Uve Tonne M en or Ladies in each 65 A SOXTHAXBSOAXS coanty aS cess Now when an anima 1 shows down the front with a long scarf oi The above announcement of Mr St as it is to be regretted that in many sections Liberty Enlightening the P IV ZIEGLZR CO PaUadelphuu by its growth that it is not gett ng berance of the tropics surrounds brown wool lace These are very dressy Johns promotion wdl be read with in sections especially in those sections World is intended as an emblem of piece The forests of lemons Buffalo Express enough lime instead of feeding it more J a ana indeed and are made with loose square terest and pleasure by the many who that are hilly and rough that the roads SDTOAOWAI are not up to the proper standard of hay or straw it is fed less of these and oranges and mangoes reach out toward sleeves set in on the shoulders and have become intimato with him duringÂ¬ excellence The cause for this state The man who advertises in hot weather UXIOX COLLTChtcafo IIL The Ted more meaL roots and milk the every point in the horizon and the air assojiwUl begin Sepmicr2L F jr clrcularv long career He has cool next the back forms where they a very with the road so long been he is of things are numerous Eirst the lo- Â¬ is the man who sells good3 the firstusual address iL BOOTH Chicago 111 very foods to increase the evd If j is heavy with their perfume Tall down ciated that day This wise man reverses the cation of many roads was faulty going rule When its a cold day he doesnt get stockmen understood this matter bet- - graceful reeds rock in the breath of double under to meet the piece in front always considered a part of the system ter they would not feed a runt all wiuds which waft lazily up from the Mohair wraps are trimmed with gal- good reliable and ever on time Mr over hills and across valleys when there left JV Y Herald Under the shadow of loon or a little lace but those meant bt John entered the railway service in was little occasion for it as a consethe milk and meal it - can eat and torrid coast drink1 plantains grow the cofiee plants The for use rather than dress are plainly 1862 was clerk in the General Ticket quence with steep grades and only the But in many cases the young animal tobacco leaves surcharge the atmos stitched near the edges The more Office and Depot Ticket Agent of the Jbose material of which roads are usu- Â¬ 1 ally formea they continue to wash and couM not make a sufficient ga n if fed phere with their strong peculiar scent youthful dust cloaks are fitted to the Quincy Toledo Railroad at Quincy ostly oahay or straw TVhile it would and recall the legend of the discovery figure in redmgote style with coat 111 until its consolidation with the leave exposed the loose stones and oc that aurfu Says Sandy gats somewhat in bone it would lose j of tobacco across the gulf in Yucatan sleeves and some fullness on the tour Great Western Railroad when he asÂ¬ boulders that were more deeply imbed- Â¬ Eczema had before I left in Sesk and fat In such cases grain j centuries ago The vanilla beanwth nure in pleats or in French gauging sumed a clerkship with that com ded in the soil This is an inevitable Still others are fitted smoothly over the pauy in its General Ticket Depart-Â¬ result upon New England hills home in Scotland I asmaist roots a milk must be fed and the de- - its prec ous extract and volatile oil Seieacyof lime in these be made good j grow untended its delcate aroma lost hips and have the k rt gathered or ment at Springfield 111 remain n in Ia the nexc place as the burden of covered wi eruptions wheal odors from a plaited to the edge The latter are made its service until July 3 18o3 on July the construction of country roads rests faeding it direct Since it is lme in the overpowering saw an adverteeement o asd jh the phosphate of lime which j thousand open chalices of fruit and either of pongee or of mohair fawn or 4 18G3 and until November 1864 he upon its population which is small it with some was employed as clerk in the General is the common practice to cause it to be dust colored mohair 5s lacking a piece of chalk will nower answer tno purpose just as well athe The bamboo sugar cane reaches an bows of green ribbon and a Ticket office of the Chicago Rock done in the most economical manner with lined green silk Island Railway November 1 1861 to without regard to durability This expeasive prepared phosphate In extraordinary he rht under the hot sky hood in a Glasgo r paper The itch other than limestone regions I would that bends above the canton of Jalapa makes- a Stylish cloak The Ifrench September 1 1869 he was chief clerk must be so from necessity because the in fairly drove ma mad but Tecommend that a piece of chalk be Tie reed like water grass carrying its tancy for using this goods aud gay in charge of the General Ticket De entire property of the country would be took the Sarsapariiia an it kept in the troughs with the salt that nutritousfreghtage of rce grows as colors for these wraps also extend to partment September 1 1859 he was insufficient to build a durable road worked like magic fa it animals may lick it whenever they rapidly as among the torrd marshes of other sheer woolens Hke veilng which appointed General Ticket Agent and Again the business centers are now t the 4 desire to do so When an animal Iudia and China TJie goden crowns comes wdark brown with pencil stripes January 1 1879 he was appoint-Â¬ connected by other means of transport wrought a perfect cure shows a disposition to become a runt it ot corn wave for miles along the sides of red olive and blue upon it This is ed General Ticket and Passenger than by ordinary modes of teaming so Several Tears ago I as troubled with will be necessary to pulverize the chalk of these Mexican Andes and valuable made up in long redmgote wth a Agent which position he continues those who dwelf in cites and large vil Settle Rash which ifebed sobadhrl could not rest day or night a few tJbttfef of to a powder and feed it in the meal or dve and gum woods and scores of lne hood and is provided on each side to fill On Saturday July A Mr St lages are less interested in the charac- Â¬ AVers Sarsaparlils estirelT cured me milk A piece as large as apea at each dcnal plants are found around Jalapa with a loop and button to fasten it up John celebrated the twenty second an Â¬ ter of roads than when they were - John Lehm arm Editor sad Proprietor as a polonaise and display a red bison niversary of his connection with the obliged to go across the country from meal will be an abundance Among the latter is jalap the famous Freie Presset Crow jtPoiat Ind The character of the soil has much catuart c first imported from this trop- Â¬ cloth skirt that is worn under it The Rock Island Road Mr St Johns place to place by means of the old In I have had a dry scaly hum or frot more to do with the growth of an mals ical town in 1610 but now compara- Â¬ wrap is however made very long aMd promotion is another illustration of the fashioned turnpike stage coach which I suffered terribly As my brother may be worn over any other skirt or well known fact that the Rock Island those days the payment of tolls aided than is generally supposed As my tively rare in that v cin tv and sister were similarly afiktetf X pre- Â¬ readers who reside in such localities Tiny torrents struck from the gran Â¬ over an entire dress Bourette or tuft Road appreciates the merits of its offiV rin the matter of repairs and the less sume it was hereditary Last winter Dr ed cloth of dark color is used for ulsters cials and gives tangible evidence of important roads only were a burden kaow many times an antmal deposits ite mountains by some invisible Moses Tvron of F said to naer r itosh and fat but fails to make bone as ripple over the pebbly pavements of and redingotes and there are also its appreciation Take AVers Sarsapsriila and contirmc upon the towns for repairs The ques- Â¬ or plaid English it for a year7 1or five swaths I took tion of the proper maintenance of pub- Â¬ it shofild where limestone is lacking Jalapa tmd breaking into cascades go others of striped diagonal wool with it dailyr aad had you sees my conditica ot marble to lose cloths Navy blue one that will foon de- Â¬ in Futures Traffir aad instead of feeding leas straw and sing ng over beds lic highways is before I co eaced its use X would travel hay aad saore meal milk and roots a themselves n rushing riYers Under a red silk lining for the hood is popular mand careful considerat on because of a thousand miles to show you the wowier A very curious agitation is going on the tendency of population to central- Â¬ sky of amethyst s the eternal snow for the English ulsters that are made fui effects ef your remedy X have ot a chaste waich xmly increases ihevil blemish upon my body the remedy is to keep up the full that caps Orizava the bardy pines with close fitted front and belted back in the London corn trade in favor of a ize in the large towns and so leaving attribute r cure whollv to AVers Sarsajmril The serge and corduroj tailor jackets system of dealing in wheat futures T TP of straw and hay and feed lower down the deep dark forests the small towns growing continuallv Copyrighted Wiley 146 Chambers sfc 2f ew Tof 1c City for traveling have been already noted In New York where wheat is graded weaker and weaker both as regards pow4ed chalk with the meal and milk the wealth of tropical vegetation every A knowledge ot this fact would save complexion of vietaule growth are Perhaps the newest sacques are those and is available for delivery in differÂ¬ population 3nd wealth but complete as our stoekmen many thousands of dol- Â¬ the network of railroads may seem to temperate andtrop c onthesteppes of Englsh checked homespun mado rrcparedbyDrJOAyerCoIoweI3ar EeklbyDrBSjku Feel six beetle 5 QenUemaru to the sea with aTbelt across the short back while ent luaLtes from the elevators by be there must always be ways provided lars axaully Country thatlope from the summit mm The town of Jalapa is tour thousand the longer front is turned back dowt turning on a spec tied tap so- to put It for reaching the stations by means of If the weather records of the civ feet above sea level and seventy miles each side in revers thatmav be unbut- - immense speculat on is conducted and the country Toads Common roads are iisced world ave been kept now for from Vera Cruz Th s monntam is toned and lapped the opposite way to one honest fellow asks Whv pay the a public benefit and there would seem if PURGATIVE a iundred years it woud be celebrated for the magnificence of its make the jacket double breasted to speculate for us But to exist no very serious reason why the almost Yankee J 7 interesting to knowwhether the sun is scenery the beauty of its women and Harpers Bazar while it is a comparatively simple mat- Â¬ whole public should not be obliged to losing suivfhmg of warmth It has the sweetnes of its liowers It has ter to grade Aniercan wheat there ar aid in their construction and repair j Iseen saany years since this contnent about ten thousand inhabitants doctor calls atten- Â¬ rives in Loudon such a variety of the same as in all otlier matters of pub Â¬ The A New Orleans has sufiered from a hot summer The eh p chipi or light drizzl ng ran that tion to a very simple fact which merits kinds a well as qualities irom van lic interest The entire public is taxed rssitfcrely ear tJiuiL H ADACH X 3illet uses r4 r5 all t rx iteelice of the sun has been gradual often Jails on Jalaps is about the only I attention from medicine takers If the ouspait of the world that disputes as for the erection and maintenance of all have no equal t and th- e- avalsaUe r m -Cktteui a ctiee twe no otic- - J TQktbt for ages The question is is drawback to the tourist in medicine is mixed w th vety cold wa-Â¬ to due delivery wohldprobablybe end- Â¬ classes of public buildings and why acall my p eta Sc3-Sifeioe tap TalwAla llafarmaSftRj xlir iT -gf 4nt decline becoming more rapid Will These thoughts Jalapa was a town when Cortez first ter and a few swalh ws of water be less Pall Malf Gazette not roads the same eone become after a time the clinibei the great mounta ns that en Â¬ taken as a preparatory lose the nerves 3m iwrid u are suggested in view of the general R if AWARE vftlw tfca l taauy crate reae WiD Africa be the circle the Oty of Mexico It was of the organ of taste b oomc snjliclent The easiest wav- toplow a lot ig to condition of roads as they exist The CAI0B1I if fte A iarc THAT uMCKa rHiJ3 d Iowa and Kansas of the called Xalava and hear by is the town lv benumbed to mako h nn dc so i 20 around it until it is done tuminp a agricultural sections roust be encour Â¬ Lcrillards Qmn Plug x to buy Jace If so i it to soon Ckifeujo or Perote where the American prison--er- s ncarlv tasteless ihe method wnL not furrow to therfence on all side aud- aged or else a decline m prosperity will bjarfaeawd tbi teg tltLrma mijm disguise bitter tastes but aetSTweUu 1 leavjig a dqad furrow through th md- oa inevitable Prof lYcomanj i Bowore confinedin 1847 T o r rilBniiiWB nrf OorrmuL r - mr ate dle Christian Union i ton Gloha Thcro re tew towns in Mexico so oils and salines N O jftmes 1 tfeiittacfeepeatqJjeQXL4tt hM r 3 T- -S8- s JOBEff HEPPED FOREIGN GOSSIP In -i- 3ls lie xetirvc tia happily situated At a good ksigfct above the sea coast it is on the edge of the plateau behisd which towers and the summit of Macultepec While it overlooks the rich low Â¬ lands of tho Sierra Calieatejr Hot Lands it escapes their baneful vapors The town lost much of its importance as a commercial enttfrpot by the opening of the Mexican Bailway via Orizava from Vera Cruz to the City ofMexico but is now connected by tramway with the former Amons the stone buildings of this town stands the old Franciscan monastery built in 1555 tand looming up forever among the fragrant groves of Jalapn liko a ghost to guard this paradise Mexico Two licpublics Â¬ THE BOERS A People Who are Orcrpowcringly Orthd d ox inlThelr Politics I Economical aad K HOME AND FARM vEyeryboays Alr Sntin Y99KX XM u or otJ frr 3 m -- -- Â¬ 11S Sy-rec-- arf5-jiTi -- T2 Â¬ -- lie Â¬ i A- Â¬ - ft A f - Â¬ Â¬ Frightful Case of a Colored Man J4 Â¬ -- t A4AV vf aj AXs J C s o- - P r BOSS PJIQ -- - -- Â¬ m FEft TC Of - Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ -- LEPAGE LIQUID SLUE r s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A-dr- A th j O- -r-l- ir i I Â¬ i Â¬ A I 4 lb That Minds tee I -- Ayers Sarsapariiia 0 - - Â¬ I - S 15 - Â¬ Will- -- 3Ei 2ti V M erna-dina-- hu pro--jor- ta sdl c o Â¬ te Ayers Sarsapariiia - x Â¬ t PARSONS B PII 1 c rrt--rB- J5T Lrl51ffcf si - 4 si- - ff - -- tnC0 Bir ajo -- - iot 1 111 C c Ii o r