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Tcndcrshis professional services to the citi zens of Wolie and adjoining countieh Office iitj esidonee on liroa waj Hazel Gkeett Kr jzb taulbee HAZEL CREEN msssm surseon m - m x5 KY aggoochedr Â¬ Teeners liis professional services to the peo ple of Wolfe and adjoining counti s Olfice nt reiSenccmnHazel Green Heights 4 HOTELS- 0DAY HOUSE HAZEL GREEN KT D S COPSEY Proprietor Iatronaffo is respectfully solicited from everybody more specially the traveling iiblic FihJtKshtss accomUiOdations and sat infactioij paaranteed IOioaAaTC BLOUSE HAZEL GREEN KY JOHH --- PiERATT Proprietor J2TThe table is Eapplied Avith the best in the market and flrstrclass accommodation will be furnished for man and beast- - MORGAN HOUSE WEST XIBERTT KT JAMES H CCLE Proprietor m Patronage of the traveling- public is ro ppectfully solicited Table always supplied with the best In the market Gtable attached - ASHLAND HOUSE- NEAB POSTOFFICE LtEXIXGTOX z BATES KENTUCKY EEASONAM mST GLiSS 1IEB0SWELL SOKS Trdprietors CAMPTON HOUSE y1 CAMPTOX KX ALEX J ASBURY ITJ Proprietor tourists Fonable Special Iaducements to Commercial Th b table 1 sapplied with the choicest inthe market and the charges are rea Insure Your Property k XS THE OLD XEUABLT Iteili Wfelsk Mm OF THAItTFoKri Gsiiy 2t COXX Jeali In Reliable Indemnity Cheap Insurance H Tim Tried and Fir Tested THU UE5T 1S TKB CHEAPEST rcAriTJLL - - - 2esesw mC KEXSDOK Agent Hazel Green Ey PITH AND POINT CONSIDERING THE CHANCES BEYOND THE VE1U gf rherc tliev are iaaKinff and out by a rear passage and door As Smith tookhis departure hesworo the tip raise TLat stock I let von hare p An ho practiced on him all her wiles Who Did Not at bed rock will go up now Youll that ho never would ajjan darken the Tho ManCon lid cue a In HI Have ImpUcIt A Path Which Can 15e Tra scled But mistake engraver recently respect Mil m loves silken net she caught him Wife Mr and Mrs Oucs her sweetest smir showered on Adben to herfeet him captive brought him come out al right on it jot The stock lawyers door Ho declared that he she the money Well what is it edge of fully request your presents at Che aiatr- - i Tf said The sun as it lingered on the lias touched bottom Shes touched had been led nto a trap that an am Â¬ bottom sure Now shell go up the buscade had been prepared for him clerk at theTTnited States Express office the horizon sinking so slowly thatone riage of the r daughter Bnt whenlie pleaded with the maid grain of sand To bs rcaled as her lover least tnno will send her upr ma I K I that Coke had concealed Jones in the the other day as a man with a pro might say that it regretted to leave tho of aAnew world butmay be the fferaT J Shf sighed a little blusued and saldf a button ii l vn I vs1 rt IU lr n n closet with malice aforethought and UU11 KUUH UUICUU SillU LUC Please wait until the summers over truding under lip and defiant conÂ¬ world in darkness lighted up litis face rightplace does more good in therusSr lflWWf hnf mii fiorifl Torino nrTin io that he had designedly been led into And then began loves golden dream as sharp on stocks as any man of my abusing him This had been done that tempt for grammar baited before him until the grandchild asleep on his knee ing present Carl FretecPs WeekAij fV To every picnic every dance he Jenks Do vou think Miss IoeUe acquaintance says Golden Shower has at the proper moment Jones might and put his dinner bucket on tho would hardly have recognized him had Took her and bought nor lemon cream And other things that maidens fancy is prettv Minks No she is ngfr only just begun to tumble that it wll dart out and assault him He had counter she opened her eyes co so far below bed rock that dyna- Â¬ heretofore thought pretty well of Coke I must confess 1 think her feeble and gray ready to pretty Haint this the place where you Old and At beach hotels with her he hopped Well I did too but jPorsbe was quite an ardent dancer mite will not send it up swears he but this treacherous affair ended their take money thats to be sent somers bid farewell to earth he was a child beautiful At length theyonth the question popped would not give one bit an acre for such friendship forever forever sir It is said tho man standing on tiptoe and again and his mind had the thoughts asked my wife and she sa d I was mls- And waited for the maidens answer Pfnladephia CalL speakins in a low tone as he leanedj of a chid The sun had gone down taken ground1 v4 the last feather drew the sweetness from his life dismissed the lawyer forward over the counter It Smiths ejes flashed and his hair Employer to ClerLt Smith being I dont and the dusk had come on for hm tens It burned and scorched himlike ablister bristVod Yes did vou want to make a ship- of thousands of times without qucs jeet to vour go ng to a funeral once inufci returned to Jones and set him to wash- Â¬ Twasthla I can not be vour wife 1 will be to you a sister removable traces of the ment Hut Hal he snorted Jones says that ing away all ton but this time he felt afraid and wh lej but I think you might bring ma Boston Courier TT13 Sunblu3b on the When about to escort him home a fish or two does he The ass What does he combat whispered Did you want to send some money just yct end of the clerks nose extends rapidly know about the Golden Shower or any down stairs Coke- - turned and sad Oh sun do notlcavamc LAWYERS EUSE J L other mine If vou listen to Jones he Mr Jones before you go Ill troiul away Wait until I am a man and i shall caro to his ears Roxbury Advocate- Well no not this mornm but 1 not whether it is day or nighL will land your boat for you devilish you for tht five dollars I have won of A gentleman came home in the reckon I will shortly an so I dropped qu ck He hasnt a particle of mining you And the sun whispered back to him wee sin a hours avant the twal7 at How a Nevada Disciple of Black sense common sene nor sense of any You will You have the cheek to m as I was sroin1 alone to srit a few I have Seen you pass froni child- Â¬ the South EnC recently and was sur stone Conquered Two Bores Coke youll never items about it It was all right for me hood to manhood and back You can prised to find his wife clad in biaclc ask it Mr Littleton kind when you come to pan him out sec the color of five dollars from me to drop in wasnt it Lawyer Coke detected about this not travel the path again Why are vou wearing these monrnin When T garments Oh yes certainly What did you But wait a little longer he sad somewhat im-Lively Fight tlio Result or the Experi tme an uneasy shuffling of feet in the But that you have the brass of the His scheme was working devil you would not ment on it after want to know grown to be a youth the coming stead ly closet have For m v late husband was ment General Destruction of Oflice Win- - humbugging me into that closet ass Well now sposen I send forty of night wdl have no terrors forme Chuckling inwardly he said the s sirificant rcplv He has bees a AnExpensive But Smith I nave always understood Jones that 1 was and then bringing in Sm th dollars or sich matter to mv sister in Alas old man answered the de- Â¬ the house at ten ever since Bosfhti Successful Stratagem to be a sharp dealer in stocks and that to villify and assassinate me You w 11 Waukegan an she never gits it clining sun a grand old tree can not Budget XraSW probably hear from me in an action for But she will get it if you send it he has made some pretty good hauls become a shrub again It may be Woman is rapidly trenchins upo in that Yes bur how do I know that splintered or uprooted by the hurri- Â¬ the domain Sf man and the time will I conspiracy I rejoce that I Good hauls Smith repeated LttJcton Goke a leading lawyer of Never speak to though split- Â¬ stinger on your nose Sposen the train runs again cane but it must die as a tree the Comstock is outside of a court- Â¬ dont believe he has ever made a no doubt soon come whoa she wilt and sumpin stands on its head ketches phiaded have monopolized all the trades pro- As he has nothing to put into me again sir on any occasion Then reman with me ter room one of life My limbs are feeble can he get any- Â¬ Jones depart d in a towering rage fire an burns up wheres my forty the old man how fessions and occupations When that men that ever cut up a witness or an stocks out of in thunder Well welicred Littleton Coke dollars then them and your light will safely guide my happy day comes man w YL occupy the thing intestate estate Off his legitimate bat Â¬ But I havealways understood Jones when left alone as he urveyed the In that case the company would footsteps proud position of the Indian brave lj2iS tle ground and in ordinary walks of to be rather a heavy dealer the law- Â¬ wreck of his oflice and inspected h s make it good That I can not do but I will send and have HOtifmsr to do but look hand Mfy -upon the some and keep the women afc work nose in the fragment of a mirror that 1 fe Littleton Coke is patient and long yer said Huh the moon to cast her rays Heavy dealer be hanged Jones re- Â¬ still remained attached to its frame I say the company would pay it earth and soften the darkness of Thf ft of thi onmimr- man Will DCrtTrwH sufferiMg would not even utter a word Well I have settled the pair of them back night happv one Chicago Inlcr Qceair that would 1 sturb the serene rapacity plied inHe stands before the bulletin but I must confess that my plan for boards front of the offices of the But I wouldnt want it back Id And when the moon came the old It was at a ball and the subjectpf or a gas fitter lie coidd sm lingly brokers and blows by the hour about suppressing bores has turned out an wan t my sister to have it Thatd be mans locks were changed from the undor dseussion was vanity a lady 1 stcn by the hour to a querulous old the good turns he has just made Never expensive and a painful one I shall my main reason for sendin it gold of sunset to the silver of evonnsr Tin ntainedthat men were also 2tveiv woman complaining that faces were a stock goes up but he has just bought have a nose on mo like a prize potato She would get it The company and the furrows of age were melted somewhat to vanity The men are pidled at her by the children of a 500 or 1000 shares and never a stock and my oflice looks as if it had been would pay it to her and softened unt 1 they could no longer ten times more vain than the ladies neighbor yet he had for a t me tribu- Â¬ goes down but he has just sold in the the scene of the latest explo t of the Thats all right then But sposen be seen And he whispered to the she remarked Thats impossible lations that harrowed his soul down to nick of tme All this time he does dynamiters it has been expensive somebody bulldozes your man on the moon said several gentlemen- - The subject Do not leave me to night for I am not own a share of anything except but thank God the job is done Ive cars with a club as I heard was done its lowest levels later the pretense of business in the perhaps some wildcat that is off the settled two of the biggest bores on the somers not long back an slides out old and afraid of the darkness of changed and a few minutes Through lady remarked fhe handsomest man beg nnng two men became visitors to Board Hes the boss liar 01 the Com- - Pacific coast have dropped them both with the money who stands the racket night spot on his white fixed at one rlvflV Virginia City ATey then me or the company hs snug and quie second floor office stock i can not stay bevond my when in the room has a everv gentleman wheroupon vest who presently developed from their time answered the moon but The company of course A sound from the closet as of the Cor N Y Sun witlrn hearing glanced down with chrysalis state of mere rapid maun grating of teeth reached the ear of the Whether they ketch the man or I ro I will send the stars to keep vou scared expression of countenance at company not deers nto such intense and active lawyer He smothered a chuckle and THE CEREALS Texas Siflinqs Oh but bores that they became the terror of proceeded with the witness Yes I had a wife children friends his vest troubles h is life They were men who possessed you must be wrong Mr Smith You Their Origin and Habitat Growth in Semh Haint there no giggba back on Bring them back to me from the mys Man Mansmarried to a woman is of mahy Polar Ilegionn that Is the faculty of discoursing with much must be wronging Mr Jones in what V jt ter ous unknown that duvs aad lull of trouble Recent numbers of Kaluren contain sp rit and volubility for whole hours you say Mr Jones dresses well and No not a bit of it Alas but the dead are dead And In the morning he draws his salary and In the evcnmff upon the incongruousness of incon- Â¬ lives well generally therefore he must interesting papers by No comin back at me with draw- Â¬ the moon went awav and the stars Professor Behold it is gone wpmanly nature of be making something in stocks gruity the came and the old man pleaded of backs or per cents for thisn that Sehubeler on the original habitat It is a tale that is told women and other interesting and inÂ¬ Not a splitter said Smith Not some of the cereals and the subsequent Not at all I am old and lonely Bear me com- Â¬ It is vanished and nomas knows whither It goeth a splitter 1 tell you He owes every- Â¬ structive subjects Its every dollar of it forked over pany during my brief stay on earth all Tlorlseth up clothed in the chilly garments Coke this affliction sore long body that wdl trust him He owes his cultivation in the Scandinavian lands to my sister is it no matter what hap- Â¬ Poor And one bright star answered for Of the night And seeketh the somnolent paregoric t me he bore without being able to tailor owes at his restaurant owes for and Iceland of barley and rye more es- Â¬ pens the restc Where to soothe his Infant posterity dev so any platfwhereby he might rid his lodgings and would have been at pecially It would appear that barley Yes every cent A hand greater than mans controls lie uuuietiif us a jivlcvz vv h m elf of the pair who were bringing the end of his string long ago but that was cultivated before other cereals in And draweth the chariot of bis pftspring is it jist the same in case of belli our movements Look beyond us 4dovii his gray ha rs in sorrow to the his landlady and some other foois be- - Scandinavia and that the generic term struck bv lightnin And the stars drewaside the mystTc lie snenuctH the sncKeis in vne pnrcnaw of fln linen So deeply did the piescnce of grave Certainly veil and the old mans eyes lookedbe l rtl l To cover the ho om of bis family t corn mm rtipinin nniftn xiwi iiiimil aiuuug the twin bores affect him that his heart stock transactions Hell go to where My wives half brother the one in hnd it They lighted up with the fires Yet himself issea at the gateaoithecltyi Wftii onesuspender very soon You to this gram only fiom tho oldest Michigan had a barn struck Hy light Â¬ of youth of hope o antic pation ot Yea he Is altogether wretched sank and his soul sickened at the bare the woodb ne twinetli -j of either of h s persecu Â¬ can put Jones down for aregular dead times and that in the Norwegian laws nin onest sot on fire an burnt down deep satisfaction grew His aged face ippearaneo Arcanum Journal - t tors beat I shouldnt wonder if he had al- Â¬ of the seventeenth and eighteenth cen- Â¬ an Im switched if the company he young his limbs rega ned their a i One day when one of these tireless ready skipped the town I have not turies wherever reference was made to was insured in didnt crawl out of it strength his blood coursed as in the A SLAVERS RUSE or standard by which somehow or uther an hes hed his veins of a man n his prime The stars toreadoers whose namemay be writ- Â¬ seen him for a day or two Besides I the Kornskat land in the Northern lands was and nose to the grindstone ever sense on held the veil asde but a moment and Jtow a Spanish Vessel Iden With Staye ten Jones was drilling the lawyer hear that he has managed to get hold Escaped tha Vigilance of a British through and through causing him to of the little savings ot his landlady still is rated in accordance with tho accounts of it You say your companv yet he had seen enough Cruiser corn it is capable of 3ielding the term never takes a man bv the nape of the some S50- 0sweat blood all regardless of a ma The child slept on but the arms A good story is told of the flagship Liar was heard in a muffled roar was understood to apply to barley neck even if it gits a chance to coldness that shone in the legal lign around it gave up their strength eye the conversation turned upon garÂ¬ as Jones rushed from the closet with Proof of the high latitude to wheh the company guarantees to No with the old The The night winds toed Winchester I think going oufevof uplifted chair bristling and foaming cultivation was carried m early ages is put your money through and it will do man s gray locks but he gave no heed Simons Bay bound- - to the Mauritius rulity afforded by tho Egds Saga where it or make it good Although a perfect magpie himself w th rage A hand was lad on his shoulder and a Cape Hangklp late one afterÂ¬ mention is made of a barn in Helgo- Â¬ Jones at once asserted that above all Smith bounded from his seat at the Thats all right then an my olo voice whispered in his ear but he gave when off a very rakish suspicious looking other thug- he abhorred a loquacious lawyers center table with eyes gog- Â¬ land sxty five degrees N lat used woman haint so tormented smart as no sign The grand old tree had g ven noon was sighted carrying an unusual Of course person man or woman up its life on earth to begin anew be- Â¬ craft of stay sa Is and studding sails gling at the sudden apparition of for the stor ng of corn and which was number g Why so sad he one must expect hind the veil- - Detroit Free Press Jones from a quarter so unexpected so large that tables could be spread who upon seeinjj the in the case of a woman but con- Â¬ anu in iooks ana attituae so venomous within it for the entertainment of b00 She said there wasnt no safe way of was cult ho stcd Spanish colors and her number CHOCOLATE stant gabble from a man I can not en Â¬ and threatening He saw that the dogs guests In Icelandbarley gittin the money to Liza Ann bnt to in Marryatts code and requested to be vated from the time of its colonization have her go an take it to her But I dure of war had been slipped and that it in 870 till the middle of the fourteenth thought I could see through her little The Growth of the Trade in This Article reported She passed quite close and Did it never occur to you Jones was to be war to the knife Impelled in tlio United Statrs was apparently a passenger ship of said the lawyer that you are yourself by the instinct of self preservatiou century or according to Jon Storraon game an so I concluded Pd git a few Said a well known manufacturer to a about 500 tons burden for as she a pretty industrious talker and you Smith grasped an ink bottle from the as lately as 40 Froni that period itemsand find out for mvself how the are by some suspected of having kissed table and opened the battle by hurling down to our own times barley has not thing onraveled Between you an me reporter Tho consumption of choco Â¬ neared them about a dozen ladiesr m paTaol veils very with any sys- Â¬ the Llarney stone it with all hs force at Jones head been grown in Iceland islanders being Ive got a bulky sort of a notion the ole late in tho United States has had a won- Â¬ were smart bonnets come and deck and on o served to What inc cried Jones Why Jones neatly stopped the missile with tematic attention the woman wants to flare out a little with derful growth In 1878 we manufac- Â¬ sir I am really a man of very few the bottom of his chair The bottle dependent on the home country for some new duds an if she was to g t tured into chocolate goods 24000 bags wave their handkerchiefs with every demonstration of cordiality to the of-Â¬ words In most companies I am sure exploded with a crash and a shower of their supplies of corn In the last ccn her claws on to that money I dont She seemed XOt that I am txltogeiher too reserved and ink flooded the carpet and spattered turv however varons attempts were blieve Liza Ann would ever see a red of raw cocoa last year we used 54000 ficers of the flagsh pcrew and was reticent that through my silence taci- Â¬ the walls As Smth reached for a made both by the Dansh GovernmentÂ¬ of it notwithstand n she was good bags an increase of 30000 bags in five have also a large smart Suspic on turnity and uncommunicativeness I am paper we ght Jones let drive at him and private individuals to obtain home- enough to lend it to me quite a Hpeil years The next five years will see a very clean and and she was frequently suspected of being in some Witti his chair Smith ducked his head grown corn in Iceland and the success ago when I was considerable hard up still greater rate of increase When was quite disarmed at- Â¬ as a passenger ship front sort a spy upou thoe present in fact below the table just in time and the with which these endeavors were iuy oie woman is wen meanin an a Humboldt discovered the use of the logged tended gives additional importance to middlin pr mp housekeeper but shes cocoa plant in his travels be little Mauiato Cadiz The Admiral was alone that 1 cause among those in the room chair crashed into a large mirror all was not a feeling of uneasiness and depres Lawyer Coke loudly called upon the the systematic undertaking whch has ruther too deep sot on tomfoolery to be dreamed of the immense business that in his opinionthat ladies waved rght their beenset on foot by Dr Sehubeler and trusted much in money matters an Id was to grow out of the concoction of remarking that the combatants to cease the fray but their sion others wthin the last three years for about as soon put money into a bank his first cup of chocolate It Is to dav pocket handkerchief uncommonly long That sir no one will dispute said blood was up and the voices of both Littleton Coke dryly were still for war They fired away at the introduction into the island of the an give up hopes of it at oust as to fairly in the way of becoming one of and vigorously to a mere pa3ng ship the handkerchiefs unThe lawyer had seated himself at his each other from opposite sides of the hardier cereals vegetables and fruits have her git her hands on it She the principal articles of food through- Â¬ he also tho ightand further he men- usually large 5S2 samples of seeds of open front Window both in order to table around which they were dancing As many as dont mean nothin1 wrong about it I out the world and tends eventuailv to Ui OUCacovm u mwiuviv obtain some relief by gazing out into vfith books inkstands and all else that ornamental and useful plants most of reckon but I spose she jest cant help supplant tea and coffee as a beverage jI rtlOneU iUab Un tlnnSn h 5trrr rnTTrv tt Â¬ the street and that the fresh air might comes to hand Jones had just lired which were collected from the neigh it an she wouldnt have that money As a flavoring- it alrealy stands next to a faint curious whff fan his brow and cool his rising wrath at Smith a plaster bust of soaie great borhood ot Christ auia are now being about her ten minutes before sheM go vanilla whcli heads the 1st and it s and wind remmdinghmicame downier of something cultivated at KeyKjavik under the to foolin it away on bustles an back used in all branches of cookery pastry the ijiancng iar aown mo street ne saw a legal light which missed and crashed could not remember far block or more away Air Smith- - bore to atonic in the remains of the shat- Â¬ special direction of the local Govern Â¬ hair an sich other nonsense as shed and creams and ior baking purposes long past He Fifteen years ago I went themoment what It did rem nd but it No tL Tii s was ipecacuanha upon tered mrror when the latter sezed ment doctor Herr Schicrbeck who happen to get her mind sot on Im a generally castor oil It was plain to Littleton upon a bronze gladiator and whirled it succeeded in 1883 in cutting barley good deal much obleeged to you sir on the road to sell in a small way suddenly occurred to him severalhours odor as the Now Ill ninety eight days after the sowing 6l an Ill give you the handlin of that chocolate goods of my own manufac Â¬ after that th fasnt pass ng Coke that the twn bore was heading about his head yelling strange ship swept by recalled- du the seed which had come from Alten money as I come along to morrow ture and I was laughed at for my fetch you for his office And here it may be Even if you ruled out lightnin Id risk pains At that time the consumption sinoll of a sum ship which he had uav A sudden thought flashed across his At sight of a missile so formidable 70 deg N lat before And he brain Turning to Jones he said It Jones made a sudden plunge under the observed that this seems tho polar it a blamed sight quicker n I would the was 1 niited in this country to tho few gat d into port years vessel was taken same may be all as you say but the proof of table probably with the intention of limit in Norway for anythng like good ole woman Chicaqo Ledger large e ties in whch the forei gn ele Â¬ was rio ht Thison her subsequent voy- barley crops The seed is generally Â¬ Now grasping Smith by the legs and landment predom nated The article was off theHavana to have been a Span- i the pudding is in the eating arc and proved An Interesting Discovery of the thing and to ing him uion his back how-Â¬ sown at the end of May and in favorSmith elsewhere comparatively unknown jnst for the fun ishshipfiom Fernando Yeloso River s The taste for chocolate is an ac Â¬ prove to you that you do not know ever saw the dodge just as he was in able seasons it may be cut at the end An interesting dscoveryhas recently quired one and the public had to be in the Mozambique Channel full of yourself Ill bet 3Tou o that you can the act of tiring away with the gladia- Â¬ of August the growth of the stalk slaves for Cuba Her captain5 ex not go into that closet and remain tor and reserving his ammunition boinir often two and a half inches in been made in connection with the Fo- Â¬ educated to the love for itland 1 ke planed with delighted pride his mcet- - 5 North of 00 deg rum at Rome On cutting into the ac- Â¬ tobacco and beer it is at first distasteful there half an hour without speaking or stooped beneath the table to whack twenty four hours or 61 deg barley can not be success cumulation of the unexcavated portion and even nauseat ng but also like thera in wth the flagship ofr the ape aad Joness head with it Pinding that coming out beari seeing a grown at more formed it s was not room cries wng Ill take the betas sure ofJones with thereweapon Smith in which tohimself full v 1800 to in Norway above thethan of the northeast side on which stands when once the taste isprobably tires not howdown uponlarge with the certa nfcj him sen feet from the m contented the money his vivacity surfeited It I am between the Temple of Antoninus easilv less than any other contection of capture and no hope of esoapew In Sweden the polar limit is my pocket by trying to punch it into Joness face level taste as if I already had it in bmith soon caused a free about 6S deg or 6G deg but even there and Faustina and the Church of St and this accounts for its presence in should the shipVeharaeter be known and eyes What time is it now expedientHlouB the row -very night Just half past two ci clock If yon flow of claret from Jones no e and as in Finland young frosts prove some Adriano ultimatelyoffomodern buildings nearly all the candy that is sold to day he adopted the clever time of dressing be removed for Chocolate is oneof the most healthful leas not for the first which is barley In do nob speak or come forth youll have from a cut he made over his right eye destructive to excavations a foods known and in its pure state may up a number of their men in womens won your money at three oclock when the latter managed to get hold of of the t eld valleys of Norway on the the completion of the of was in this msthnctf the Bear in mind however that you are to the base of the statuette and by a sud- Â¬ other baud barley may in favorable part of the pavement Forum ancient be used to ar unlimited extent w thout attire a ruse that AH Uie Xfiat successful connecting the entirely remain in the closet with the door den push sent the head of the gladiator seasons be cuteght or nine weeks after street has been uncovered with the iinirnfnl pftpcts In Europe it has taken- Bound Itliesat i noorlir ilf t pintnrv of tmrcniittinoclo od in the dark you know for half into Smiths mouth smashing m one or its sowing and thus two crops may be Suburra of some eighteen inches below j jabor on the part of manufacturers to According a lewl This unexpected re Â¬ reaped in one summer you are neither to two front teeth re an hour and that Asphaitumi- area of the Forum wh ch lairi establish the public taste for speak nor come out no matter what turn fire and the pain it inflicted even to a tradition current in Thele the flagged the seventh century The i chocolate but Americans take to it caused Smith to make an involuntary marken a farm there owes its name dates from mav occur A correspondent says ne never looks to the three crops reaped in the street extends along the southeast side rapidly ana in iuteen years nave Quite satisfactory but you are not attemut to rise to his feet capsizing the Triset at aniasnhaltfpayement or rolls alKn of to set the house on fire nor are you to table and tumbling it clear over Jones land in one year Rye early came into of that part of the Curia which is now- j learned to love it and look in on t over itemooih surface in carria St lire your revolver through the closet In a moment both men were upon their use as a breadstuff in Scandinav a and the Churcha nne Adriano The pave- almost as a necessary of life The ra state or preservation reties of chocolote preparations are wi thout thinking of the curous flan1HV feet and at it a la Heenan and Sayers in 14t0 the Norwegian Council of State ment is in door issued an ord nance making it obliga- and on one side of it stands a pedestal almost legion for it enters Into the and the st1li more singular pYaej iron both as bloody as butchers Nonsense which the material is procured lBr Finding that words alone were un- Â¬ tory on every peasant to lay down a Erobablyof a statue dedicated as shown manufacture of both food andL drink And vou are to call mc exactly at the island of to theEmperor Con JbL Y Tribune - abouta the centerofCaribbean Sea irini-heeded the man of law rushed in to by certain proportion of his land in rye three oclock dot in th Norway the polar limit of summer stantinus the Second by Memmius dad jusxj --Most assuredly to the minute to separate the combatants by muscu In A Silent Partner off the coast of Veneyucla there Is ai you shall have a chair while in lat force He arrived between the pa r rve is about 69 deg and that of Wintei Vitrasius Orfitus who was jprmfectus Alo 355 359 is said to Large masses asphalt lake in it a to the closet I will not require you to just in time the receivefrom left-- handed- i rye about 61 deg butthe Sweden as has urbis from suchto as pedestals of col-- A tall woman with a red face and 100 acres and It apparentlycover inexhaist is far ot marble coast the- bloodbeen carried along plumper on nose island The summer rye umns nieces of cornice and ctherfrag- - j confident manner walked into an up-- Ible It is a black sandy substa3e seat- Â¬ blinded Jones Smarting from the blow north as fro deg Jones had but jusfcTeen snugly were found one and is believed to be crude rattem ngp ed in the closet and the door closed and seeing blood flowing over his hands crops xxe generally sown and n fot ments the accumulations upon another town bank and presented a cheek re- Â¬ but lately said the teller trolenn u A singular feature of th No good madam upon him when Smith came puffing up and shirt front Lawyer Coke ran to a cutting about the same timeiis barley under is that although about 3ggg moved N Y Post snbstance briefly the check s not indorsed desk and brought forth a revolver although occasonally in southern Nor i the stairs ma Never mind that said the appli- - t00 tons are takeet out ofthl Smith and Jones are dabblers threatening to shoot dead the man who way less than ninety days are required Both up uallv tt constanfly fi Te3 cant for cash its all right hes my I in stocks curbstone brokers and street struck another blow Observing the for their full maturity Nature Are vou papas boy o Are you mammas boy no lessening s tfc there Yes husband JBoth value them- - bloody condition of the disciple of sir corner capitalists In Pennsylvania the figures shov str lixxt now can vou De papa s ooy It makes no diffexcuceJyWe must This singular laseot paving trOTe selves highly as experts in all manner Blackstone and the deadly look in his have his own signature jeren if he is is owned by the verfezuejas j pve usually so mua ine comoatanis 170524 males to 176465 females In and mammas at the same time of inininjr matters Virginia thev bring to light tho fact After a pause ment but is leased to a eonpy Cant a nice car-Â¬ YUUl uwwauu As soon as Smith entered the Toom fell back and ceased hostilities ie 7455SU ma es to 7G67e riage have two horses Washington They iye a Jte GltfcagoSttn Well vou glvm avpen and At the muzzie of lus cocked revolver that there he Deo an about his favorite mining incfc wW Xnay cof SfihllOIltCJ TUnmi2 XO XriaidadA HI nots there are 1SC- 9 i stock sign his namesfl J Well Littleton cried he Coke ordered Mnth into an adjoining females In - JS fkf Oi The liJiust prize at the New Or-- t iu VAimff mnir t lhh li- - mfWihr hatns a mooonWr Ot tne rtJLt Pk KR J -- the Golden Shower is berinnins to i rcoin where he caused him to wash 329 males to only 1491 fefS females oi rvtc o r rv rj y naprr vivu4a am iy- excess of th leans Exposition for oranges was wo silent tjartnerinonrcombiaation and4 they rhow up well uuhe west erosrcutfroir I the blood from his face and hands more than 3c0u9o an lierdttu by Massachusetts men Boston Post teriaL i then escorted him down the stairs former Pidabwqh Post i ihc mam norm arit on tne yuu level Im the boso X Y Tribune at the point- - -- - Â¬ 4 A- I - rf - v 4 J wa 7 a v 1 J t 2 S 3S- - cry -- Â¬ i Â¬ lSrie-a-ttr- gt mildest-mannered St jc s - -- T 1 W - -- n--- i AT n c i Â¬ - tongue-waggin- man-of-w- ar JTtd - - -- -- Â¬ -- man-of-w- ar l00 I - - Â¬ bQutJ - Â¬ -- v 1 jt 45 - hfimmfr w spig a3 jt- r- - Jlif 5 y- - s to jyr iU x V it-- s- - - Hazel Green Mmld a Mvjtce Yfrw Atwsft JEditor of TlIE JStere at th Hasel Greek Poetofice as fcecoad clasg stall matter -- THE HEBALDithLvS I pie wrciy week ami its ret Jw wwly RlKHat --- ASSESS THE HERABD SPENCER COOLER whleh a local family newspaeM THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM 3teem Kentucky charged Tates are and tfco y etkcr kaITkee I wk eack Issue IrcilatioH is h It Ik therefore- aot Editob KY 1885 HAZEL GREEN TP7EDXESDAY HQfOTJXGSKSKTC SEPT SWANGO We are authorized to announce G B couxsr JIOTGE Cuty Jadge subject dsftoeratie jwiriy SWANGO a candidate for re election as to the action of the -- C candidate for the office of CHty Jstdge of AVolfe subject to action of the desioerstic party We are aathorized to announce J We are authorized to announce DAÂ¬ VID HOGG a candidate for re election as actios county cuntK of Wolfe county Cty fClerkDemocratic party tke CIRCUIT CLEXK subject to ject to the actios ef the democratic ASSESSOR f We are authorized to announce V7 F ELKINS a candidate for re election as Circuit XJlerk of Wolfe county subject to ac tlH of democratic party Wc are authorized to announce A F BYRD a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the democratic party We are authorized to announce THOS the office of C JOHNSON a candidate for county subÂ¬ Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe Â¬ party We are authorized to announce W G W CJRDEY a candidate for the office of Assessor of Wolfe county subject to action mT akaacratic party We are authorized to announce J C lAKENSs candidate for the office of Coun- - COTOfXT ATTORNEY tr Attorney of Wolfe subject to action of tile ueiaocnivic panv SCHOOL SUPJSRrNTENDEXT s HOItTON a candidate for School Superin teadent of Wolfe county subject to action of the democratic party 3L HOSE a candidate for the office of School Superiateadent of Wolfe county subject to the actios of the democratic parry SURVEYOR We are authorized to anuounce H X We are authorized to announce JNO arty KASH a candidate for Surveyor of Wolfe cduaiy subject to action of the democratic We are authorized to announce H B On the lay after to morrow Friday Sept 4th Floyd Williams will be hung at Campton the countyseat of this county for the murder of Peyton Strick lin on the 21st dav of June 1884 A large crowd will doubtless be in Attend Â¬ ance to witness the execution and liquor will be sold there in spite of the fact that Campton is a local option town un Â¬ 4 less the authorities take positive precau- Â¬ tionary steps to prevent it This they skeold do at any cost A full police forces of men who will do their whole tiuty should be appointed to patrol the streets and iecp order and the offenders ihould be promptly punished More stringent steps will be necessary upon tliis occasion than would bave been re- Â¬ quired at the time first appointed for Williamss execution from the fact that ibe country is well supplied with spirits and unless steps are taken to prevent the sale of it innocent women and cbildren are likely to suffer the consequences Our county is at present in a prosper- Â¬ ous condition and the people peaceable and if proper police precautions are ob-Â¬ served this condition of affairs will con- Â¬ tinue to prevail If not observed a reign of terror may be inaugurated which will take years to wipe frura the record and unless di turban ces are prevented the people bad better sign a petition for Wil- Â¬ liamss pardon guilty though he be One guilty person bad better escape than two innocent ones be punished and it is the duty of every good citizen to person Â¬ ally interest himself to the extent that he can to prevent trouble As this will be a county matter wc suggest lliat count officials also use every efiort to preserve -- ing the manufacture of alcohol Col Rob Wholesale and Ecfafl DeaTan iu On the 7th of March ert Ingersoll used the following eloquent ing gj Ml 1830 1 left old Kentucky for Iowa but language Whereas it has been made known to I am aware that there is a tha fass been too long apro tq speak of j prejudice against any man that is en- Â¬ the undersigned Governor of the Com- Â¬ an j incidents orsceuery bu nice to say gaged in the manufacture of alconol I monwealth aforesaid in the manner pre-Â¬ found Iowa a great and rich agricultu- Â¬ believe that from the time that it issues scribed bv law that at the April term xEEEIsr ral country and one whose people stand from the coiled and poisonous worm in 1S85 of the Wolfe circuit court Floyd Urst in education and intelligence the distillery until it empties into the illiara3 was convicted of the crime of rwr- - Cfnnt-- W GENERAL MERCITAN TTfiFST ATCD Afterliving seven montlis in Nebraska hell of death dishonor and crime it de mnrdcr and was by the judgment of the PISE IN EASTERN KENTUCKY TTCST ASSORTMENT OF many yeans in our line of Having the experience of and not just liking where I was I have moralizes everybody that touches it from court sentenced to be banged by the business wc feel justified in asserting to the trade botti Wholesale anu lieiau unicive been living since last November in its source to where it ends I do not be-- neck until dead on the 3d day of July do can and will meet the wants of our patrons and make itrto your interest to patronize us Eace Seven th George Streets north west Missouri I did not intend llieve anybody can contemplate the sub 18S5 and whereas on the 29th day of We Jiave an immese stock of everything you want or need including to stay here permanently when came ject witnout Decoming prejuuiucu mi iuu June 1S85 a reprieve was granted to the as 1 have for a number of years been de-Â¬ liquor crime All we have to do gentle- Â¬ said lloyd Williams by the Governor Oi termined to go to Texas and now as I men is to think of the wreck on either aforesaid respiting him until Friday have sold wbat little I bad here only re-Â¬ bank of the stream of death of the sui- Â¬ the 4th day ot fceptcmber 1885 the ex- Â¬ taining what will bear transportation cides of the insanity of the destitution ecution of said judgment These are i of the little children tugging at the wea therefore to command you the said Sher-Â¬ you may guess Ill be off for the Lone Star State So when The Herald ry and faded breasts of weeping ana deÂ¬ iff of Wolfe county to take him the Leaf Tobacco Live Stock and all kinds Country Produce DEALEPS DT hears from one of its humble subscribers spairing wives asking for bread of the said Floyd Williams on the said fourth taken in exchange for Goods or in settlement of Notes and AccountsV again it will be an invitation for it to talented men of geniu3 that it has wreck-Â¬ day of September 1885 and hang him DAY JT icf Your trade is respectfully solicited cease coming to Hopkins and pay me ed the men struggling with imaginary between the hours of sunrise and sunset weekly visits in the Sunny South 1500 serpents produced by this devilish thing of that day until he shall be dead in J G SWANGO miles from the place of my childhood and when you think of the jails the pursuance of the judgment of the Wolfe E B MAY Â¬ alms houses of the asylums of the pris circuit court aioresam And that you and I will not lose a copy of Tjie Her ald either for I will have it sent me by ops of the scaffold upon either bank I make return of the manner in which our good postmaster at Hopkins and a do not wonder that every thoughtful you execute such judgment to said court good one be is The present administra- Â¬ maii is prejudiced against this damnable and also to the Governor of this Com- W- tion found him there and liave retained stuff called alcohol monwealth as required by law Intemperance cuts down youth in its him But of that I will say but little In testimony whereof I have as The Herald iirst considers things I yigor manhood in its strength and old L S hereunto set my hand and caused Q N3AYTOWN KYV out of politics The Herald travels age in its weakness It breaks the la- Â¬ the seal of the Commonwealth quite a ways now to find us in Missouri thers heart bereaves the doting motherj to be affixed at Frankfort this 24th day Keep constantly on hand everything kept in a first class country store We do POLLARD but soon the distance will nearly double extinguishes natural affdetion erases con- Â¬ of July 1885 and in the th year of the not secure trade by misrepresention- - but by fair and honest dealing We carry G H DEM KITE for we must have it in Texas it is our jugal love blows out filial attachments Commonwealth 78 old borne paper It is from the place j blasts parental ailectionand brings down Importers and The Largest and Best Stock of Coeds and sell for J PROCTOR KNOT where 2o years of residence stamped upon mourning age in sorrow to the grave It By the Governorr IVIoney of any House in Town oui heart a memory that no lapse of produces weakness not strength drath J A McKexzie Secretary of State time or frost of age can ever obliterate not life It makes wives widows chil- Â¬ By H M McCXrty Asst Secy We have also- connected with our business The Herald will not think me tedi- Â¬ dren orphans parents childless and all If A First Class Steam Flouring and Saw Mill ous I wish to say to many of my old of them paupers and beggars It feeds Louisville Commcrccal The use of playmates and later associates that in rheumatism invites gout imparts pesti- Â¬ the rope as an instrument of execution and will guarantee satisfaction Respectfully c imagination there daily passes before me lence and embraces consumption It under the law is one of the most barbar- Â¬ the forms and faces once so familiar covers the land with idleness misery and ous relics left of old cruelties With all MAY which carries me back in memory to the crime It fills your jails supplies your the knowledge and skill that science of-Â¬ H W cor Pearl and Walntj years that are gone Many so agreeable alms houses and demands your asylums fers for the instantaneous and painless Â¬ Â¬ taking of life nearly the whole civilized to think of yet livn but some have pass- It engenders controversies fosters quared over the range into the silent country rels and cherishes riots It crowds your world clings to the dreadful method of G The opening and shutting the door of the penitentiaries and furnishes victims to hanging In France the guillotine is old homestead the lifting and falling of your scaffolds It is the life blood of the used but this is little if anv better than LEG23 the latch which has not been heard since gambler tie element of the burglar the the halter By the use ot electricity DEVLEIT IX boyhood comes back now falling upon prop of the highwayman and the support death could be instantaneously inflicted my ear with all the familiar distinctness of the midnight incendiary It counte- Â¬ without any of the accidents that some- Â¬ as if actually heard only yesterday a nances the liar respects the thief esteems times occur to render executions revolt reminder of days that comenever again the blasphemer It violates obligations ing that on this score alone a change While it is true that I left the place of reverences fraud and honors infamy It would be desirable At Lonoke Arkan Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY Zjjf my first recollections with the saddest defames benevolence hates love scorns sas a condemned murderer fought near-Â¬ AND r and keenest regrets yet I could not give virtue and slanders innocence It incites ly thirty minutes on the scaffold and KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL ASSOFTEEXT OF off- the trap was four times sprung before he the West the home of my adoption for the father to butcher the helpless them I often think of the lulls and spring helps the husband to massacre was executed All the time he was Staple and Fancy Dry Coods Ready made Clothing valleys that I strolled over when a boy his wife and the child to grind the parri pleading under his black cap and all the Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware of the the childish associates and boy-Â¬ cidal ax It burns up men consumes time the officers of the law were compel- Â¬ Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ hood sports of the old home of parents women detests iiie curses Ltod uemes led to play the part of brutal murderers Hardware Table and S rcoBPEAItL AND VTNE STREETS and all that endears the past to the mem- Â¬ heaven It suborns witnesses nurses per-Â¬ ies Stoves and Farming Implements ory of man It is a panorama whose va-Â¬ jury denies the jury box and stains the In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOM PRICES CINCINNATI O ried lines I love to gaze upon but The jucicial ermine It degrades the citizen Herald visits others as far from early debases the legislator dishonors the Rkv John J Dickey Principal begins Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due me all kinds of recollections as myself and for fear the statesman and disarms the patriot It its sixth term August 4th 1885 Students Country Produce and Live Stock of every description BOG waste basket gets those lines and as I brings shame not honor terror not safe- Â¬ can enter it anv time Instrumental music reasonable rate is at very am more used to general farm work than ty despair not hope misery not happi- Â¬ A tnujrht Uoard volumes recently donated LlHKAKY of 500 Tvrnr writing for such a well gotten up paper ness and with the malevolence of a fiend by friends and the principals private libra- Â¬ as The Hazel Green Herald I will it calmly surveys its frightful desolation ry free to students The schools past re say no more only that The Herald is and unsatisfied with its havoc it poisons cord is its best assurance For the future an ever welcome visitor in my family felicity kills peace ruins morals blights and its advent anxiously looked for confidence slays reputation and wipes Ladies Will Find at Miss M S Hoyis iMroirrEis axd jobbees Or Respectfully 31 1313 i it out national honor then curses the world A tine black kid glove at lt5 Lighton James Gillmore and laughs at its ruin It does all that kids SI 25 4 button Silk and Lisle thread and more it murders the soul It is the gloves in black and colors I itching in Is now innnufaeturinjr Ten diflerent styles of Plain antl Fancy Wrought Iron Fencing and Dry lei--and muslin muslin it 25 cents a Menifee Teachers Association son of villanies the father of all crime crepe take contracts for putting up same Persous wanting a strictly Wrought Third box Infants muslin bonnets 50 cents up are ready toand fT js The teachers of Menifee county Ivy the mother of abominations the devils Eace jlxd make a in the world can other We Iron Fence that Corsets iu great variety Plated Jewelry in adapted to enclosing the best burying grounds buy noFences are iiotalso the most style met in a teachers association Saturday best friend and Gods worst enemy sub- Â¬ Our only country pins and eardrops inset from 1 up ltce XJnion StkeetsV Aug 21 at Highland College French is greath a yard enclosed by one of the handsomest pins Mourning Jewelry m sets from 5 cts stantial but beauty ami value ever made amiDepartment is supplied withthemmost mod- Â¬ the Our Machine cnhaitccd in burg Ivy and organized by appointing Modern Chronicles Offensive up ioiiar imttons iu to u cts in goto anu machinery aVid our workmen cannot be excelled in skill experience or honestpor officers is follows W C Taylor chair- Â¬ silver Silver Khine stone combs J75 to ern Partisans formance of their duties We liEPAIll ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY and make a man Elmer Northcutt secretary JM Exchange t00 Hair ornaments in gold silver shell special of HATS CAPS GLOVES--- -i X to 5 and jet Gold necklaces Adams H P Dale Eva Armitage and And in those days came Grover and Coral bracelets 25 uts per pr Iulies each hand Lizzie Ivash committee on resolutions sat in the temple satchels 1 up All kinds of hair work S Co Opening address by W C Taylor No other shop outside of Louisville can say the same And he called unto him the apostles of done to order Braid made from combings Object of teachers association bv El Andrew he that was Jackson Saw mill men will do well to call on us or write for information nT at 50 cts per otue We sell braids made The Old Reliable Catalogues furnished on application to mer Northcutt How to be benefitted by When they were come unto him lie from long even hair ut to- 10 gray 5 to it lev J ju Adams said unto them enly we have the drop -- 10 Orders bv imul promptly attended to Drafting of credentials and by laws Wherefore I say unto you we are Cor Church A Ujiper LEX1XGTOX IvY Adjournment for dinner biundcn by the law and the profits and Corner Pearl and Vine Cincinnati would Highest thHonor Evening Exercise Discussion of the can fill no places save those that be va- Â¬ rcow a here express their tliankt for past fayors ta work to be done in the association by cant Worlds Eoitosition teachers all their old customers and still ask a con And when thev that heard him ceased Address by Bcv E P Mickel on ob to be amazed they lifted up their voices r tmuanccr of their trade DEALER IX jects of the association V6 always- keep a goodstocfcrandlUncle and cried aloud saying unto Grover SCO illiams how the Address by J H Verily verily we have fasted lo Jim Fant with hL good looks wilFat alL EWW RSMITH of the teachers will be pecuniarily benefitted these many years and now the table is times be ready to wait npon you COMMERCIAL COLLEGE Reading of resolution spread and groaneth beneath its weight Dear Herald i i Hopkixs Mo Aug i From 21y 1 SSo ILVZEL GllEEX ITKKiVJ4t the West f I- tnrrrrGrtt W - In speakinr to a jurv in a case involv rvtn VI TomnofnnA vw W W v f S - The Commonwealth of Kentucky To the Sheriff of Wolfe county greet-Â¬ Williamss Death Warrant - iTHEJOMSBILUTOGO DAY a JTM T F ill HlffllllStiftHM sEMimMinnMB DRY GOODS HASEL K M o S1 CARPETING Cincinnati i I DRY GOODS MOTIONS CLOTHING Boots Shoes Hats Caps Drugs Groceries Queensware Hardware Saddlery Cutlery LITTLE Cm- T SWANGO Dealers in General Merchandise MAY Least 98 Pearl St CDTCINNATr the e Jobbers - SWANCO Queensware Glassware c Jf WANCO Cincinnati MASKS COf - - GENERAL MERCHANDISE Clothin zi CLOTH HOUSE JP ESS Pocket Jackson High School THE MT STERLING tin nil jii Louis Stix G Coeds and Notions s Gumming and Hammering saws W Dickinson - E T BEAK Supt Mt Sterling Ky HAT HOUSE - Adjourned until Saturday Sept MEM y3Ud4ldJ AwABDSp 2G Elmer Northcutt Secy To be held at Laurel Springs Menifee county Ivy Sept 26th 1885 Opening exercise at9 oclock a m Address by J M Adams on the object and advantages of the association programme of teachers association Â¬ ibe peace Xouisville Commercial It is argued against the State Board of Equalization that it does not correct inequalities in assessments within a county and that its works therefore is unjust Should one farm be assessed at twice the value of another worth just as much the State Beard it is claimed will Taise the assess- Â¬ ment of both at the same rate which does tiot equalize the tax lists so far as the two farms are concerned This is the duty of the county supervisors If these fail to perform their duty the State Board can not be blamed The duty of the latter is only to see that the standard valuation is not relatively higher in one county than in another It is probable that the work of the board has been done incompletely so far but completeness would be impossible without better work by the county assessors The objections 1a the Board of Equalization come main Â¬ ly from those counties which will be taased to pay more taxes on account of its wort It remains for any of the ob- Â¬ jectors to show that their counties were aMcased at prices relatively liigh enough before the raise1 was made by the eqtaliaera -- -- ic S Practical arithmetic Elmer Northcutt to be discussed by association Promiscuous exercise and discussion by querries Night exercise Resolved that corpo rial punishment is necessary in schools Tho Unabridgpci is now suppliftl nt a small adAffirmative J M Adams T Spencer a plan whereby he may be moved ditional cot with UEKISONS B F Cox Negative Elmer Northcutt But there ctime one from out the land PATENT REFERENCE INDEX C C Deniston W C Taylor of Illinois and walked in the places and The prontest improvement in book making that did talk with his mouth and as he talk Â¬ lias lccn made in n hundred years In Memorium Verily ver- Tho Cut gives hut an incomplete idea of its utility ed he said unto the people Died at the residence of her husband ily I shew ye an way wlierebv it may be THE STANDARD Frederick Bush at Lexington Ky Mrs done There is one in Chicago whose if Bnnrsbstop t bas 118000 Words xJuJZd JL 3000 KnrrYJnp ami a New Maria Porter McNitt Bush aged about name is Palmer and he hath lived oil the JJIofinipliical Dictionary S2 years Thus has passed away in a fat of the land but he monkey eth with FTTTyn SUiifUrd ill iovt Printing Oftifo 32000 AJOLA KmIi 20 oopioK in PuMic Schools good old age this saintly mother in Israel the helmet and carryefch a torch and he fo I ornm other sn noa She was born and snent her long life in speaketh words of condemnation whereof CrKlaMtoniakoaFamlly intelligent J- t help for SCHOLARS Lexington where ste wis known and he is an offensive partizan TliACiniRS and SCHOOLS esteemed by the whole community as a And they lifted up their voices and Authority with the TJ S Wehter bright cheerful christian one whose did whoop and yell and much noise did Supremo is Standard tho State Court JSwoinmcmlcil hyby over 50 simple faith in the blessed Redeemer they make with their mouths and they Snpts of School in 30 States and College Presidents manifested itself in a life of rood works came unto the rulers and said uLo A LIBRARY IN ITSELT For her to live was Christ and for her here there is an offensive partizan who The lt edition in tho quantity of matter it to die is gain Her children and her monkeyeth with the campaign and the contains is tlelieved to Ikj the largest volume its xo childrens children may well rise up aud rulers did behead one out of the house of published It lias 3000 more Words iu lJictyt cabiilnry than are found in any other Am call her blessed for through her godly Palmer and one Corning of the house of and nearly 3 times the number of Engravings example and faithful instruction they Tudd did they put in his place and now practical EnglishDIctionary have obtiiined the same precious faith there be none but offensive partisans in It is the bestIsondnn Quarterly Jiccitic extant that sustained her in her pilgrimage the fat places and the other offensive It Is nn cver prcscut and reliable nchool family S S Herald through life and led her to say as she partizan revelcth in spoils while the ax Gmaster to tho wholePubrsSpringfiold Mass C KERfUAM C0 passed through the dark valley and decendeth with a dull thud shadow of death I will fear no evil A Child Butchered for Thou art with me Thv rod and Thv A Talledega special to the Montgom- Â¬ stall thej- - comfort me The deceased The Trustees of this institution have was the mother of Mrs Spencer Cooper ery Ala Advertiser says in that county McGowan killed and dressed a pig again secured the services of Prof N B of Hazel Green to whom as well as to third term will commence allelic bereaved ones we tender our for a barbecue His three children agedÂ¬ HAYS and the1SS5 and continue ten 10 12 9 and 4 saw the process of butcher AUGUST 31st heartfelt sympathy C mouths ing the pig The Louisville Commercial has recently ITuzel Green is the most desirable loca A Snaky Story Tho next day NcGowan left home and tion iu the mountains of Eastern Kentucky new dress which makes been treated to a While He v Bourbon Dawes was preach the children agreed to repeat the process nnd noted for the advantages it has in TJet improvement in its typographical ing to a crowuea noiise sit tne biiver of the day before Haying no pig the churches temperance society Creek Baptist church last Sunday quite two older children proceeded to butcher and health appearance The Commercial is one of This school presents advantages which He read for the solid papers of the State and is do a coincidence occurred up the serpenthis the younger They cut its throat and are not equalled in the State iu many par iu hung it up by the heels a3 the pi had text As Moses lifted ore to reform the evils existing in the wilderness c No sooner had he hung and were proceeding to disembow Â¬ ticulars and its future is destined t0 wort a will publish- - finished the reading than a snake fell el it when their mother discovered the good to our country whichboth be felt and Louisville than any other paper Terms reasonable for tuition in one board For terms e apidv to ei tkere The course it has pursued in from the loft through an openingmoment horrible tragedy Prof N B HAYS Principal fpreeecitij9g the gamblers meets the ap- - corner of the building Por a all was confusion but the preacher calm Â¬ Best Book for Everybody The ly continued tpreval of feoeest men everywhere It is also written that The new illustrated edition of Web Â¬ Mtocary attractions of its Sunday edition The seed of the woman shall bruise the sters Dictionary containing three thou- A crnnd nlrl rloncnrt cumx uuv urcziv lyivrv xn s aa nMgerpesecd for excellence Sub- - corrki ntc itiaiiai toot a decidedly literal view of the mat-- ervbodv that the press has produced in gyipfcion 3600 including Sunday edi r tiwi Fft witiest Sunday edition Sub ler and planted the heel of a No 11 thepresont century and shouldbc regard- hazel Green ky wfll rAmilntrl finninlr nn flio sTmirrc lpnd irrl thf n1 n Tnf1infncoblofrk aJ3Horse Shoeing a Specialty Duggios will be received at this ofiJce services continued as though nothing had- home reading-robm- library and place WagohSj and all kinds of Farm Tools iuade t ot busness frwjawksh nappenea luchuiona xLeraia and repaired hi the beSt mauner -- discussion by teachers Address by II P Dale on school gov- Â¬ ernment discussed by teachers Address by Elmer Northcutt on elocu- Â¬ tion and reading How to procure the co operation of patrons by C C Deniston to be discussed bv the association Orthography by Miss Lucinda Ivash to be discussed by association Penmanship by W C Taylor to be discussed by association Geography Miss Laura Ponder to be discussed by association Primary arithmetic by B F Cox to be discussed by members of association sliallrepublicans sit thereat durinc the year wcek tudenta can beein tlie Kail Dlplcm linuntu trccatioa Time But Grover lifted up his hand and ex- Â¬ no rr clout 10 vetki w complete total cost inclodloc T ti Average 890 Telecrapby tended the finger thereof and he laid it ll Set of Bk and Board in a family meciaUies jjiie MT STERLING KY XO 10 MAIN STREET 0hineranrtiir and Tvno WrltllJEOver 6000 Successful and it rested upon Course free Indies rcteirctt upon the platform jear from 15 15 yean of Graduates 0er 500 pupll lastpractlcallr andtoIdJItMuxIIt the civil service plank therein in of loitrucUon utc m from It 10 tcehCT Special course for Tcacbcn and Bof And as they looked those that were iiuiwrtcd TJnivoraity Diploma presented to U graduates Men CLOCKS FROM ONE 100 DOLLAR UP city in hungered and athirst marveled that he nti beautifulrailfuadf noted for iu licaliufuluess and socUtj and rni is no leading xjv tha should stand thereon but he wavered The Text Book which received tho hlthrtt award atCom VrMIC Xli v 100iV SirlivC iO v not neither did he hesitate but stood v7orldii Exposition fr its Kttemlireis Practical and this XlIJlll J l j used only at rrbemiru rtem of lluinei Education O 4 it firmly as standeth the mountain 10CiVj Ull l VlJilIH I1 tfll i XJV nnf nA itmrnriwki nirmi in Itnsliipst to itt deterrinz crada Its 1reildent And the apostles and the people gath- die ForcircuLir and rnll particular adrireLexington Ky SyjXjL U LXv WHBUB B SMITH ered their strength and husbanded their Silver Platctl Spoons - 1 00 breath and when the morning was come s3Particular attention paid to Repairing Call and see mv goods they came up unto the temple and made JOHN W JONES Turn the outcry unto Grover saying rascals out But Grover was not moved by their In Sheep Russia and Turkey Bindings ESTABLISHED IN cry nor yet was shaken in his purpose See but answered unto them saying ye not the plank ye have placed whereon How say ye turn the I am to stand rascals out when ye have placed my feet fnt jCsEssssssssssssBFfSSlassssssssssswffa OF MT STERLING- in the stocks and fastened them with a asa 3jHH plank 80 Total Assets of Agency Verily he speaketh a solemn fact 31000000 00 1S61 London and Lancashire 1885 Royal of Liverpool There be they said one unto another of Liverpool 9260000 00 18i6 Liverpool and London a plank that resteth where it bindeth 4541240 00 and Globe of England uGS7o000 00 1S10 Hartford of Hartford Mercanand he hath a conscience that sticktth 1809 North British 1 849 Springfield ot Springfield 25So633 00 thereby wherefore we shall be undone 33301000 00 1S63 Fircuiena Fund of Cali- Â¬ tile of England fornia 1473026 00 1794 Ins Co of North America insomuch that we may reap not the 971 690 33 I860 Northwestern National 1154S89 00 of Philadelphia spoils of victory Let there be devised of New York 803000 00 1750 London 00 Kentucky University Lexington dny any Ky WitPnP Ipwp P m SilYerware JPItATrEC2JXlN Largest Stock Vs v Clocks Eastern Kentucky 1GS Tine Street Cincinnati FOTJXDKY s Ohi- 4 The type on which this paper U printed -is from the above foundry Bditor Ukhaiuj - ALLISON SMITH - Â¬ Ol-l-- Y V VA B E BOBEitTS with As 1 5rJ3ft JZ 3 WEBSTERS C Jljt3gfcr Garter Bros WHOLESALE John A Carter James G Carter 729 731 1845 f and 733 r The Leading Insurance Agency KY Dry Goods and Notions J Jo 143848780 DAForIinc C Bethel J G Carter Jr VMAD STREET Â¬ E louisvilee7r 11 D B GREEN MTTTH - 1VHITE HUTFAXEX Wholesale Dealers in GREEN Â¬ Â¬ 1874035 Sun Fire Oiiieeof 5383910 46 1S65 Boafiuans Pittsburg 411499 00 R L SVhite Phcnix of London t ilaiit Street Wo Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well known J B Giccn LOUISVILLE KY corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental companies being dear at anyprice J A Huffaker X The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as they Valuable Farm for would a banker ora person- who is to hold their funds in trust Look to quality as the 1710 Nia--ur- a 1782 - Salt paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully A IIOFFilAN Office At Traders and Deposit Bank Holdcrbyplaee B I offer for sale-- the Arm lenown asui8V - ii2 DAY BROTHERS1 FROZEN CREEK - F McCoBMiCK J 3L Cox MODEL PLANING MILL Ivinjr miles- befow Ifiielv Oreen on the state road GThis fanaiasek ter Containing 423 Acr- v it A Breathitt County Kentucky Good 2 Story Frame - HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED the finest line in both quality and variety of McCOEMIGK SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS ever brought to the mountains and will sell them cheaper than the same disss of goods can he had elsewhere in Eastern Kentucky Hazel Green Academy JH Â¬ Sunday-- schools Therefore lie wise and place your money where it will do vou the moat good WE WILL SELL YOU MOltE GOODS FOPv OND DOLLAR than anybody Wo mean all we say and if you arc at all doubtful call DEALER IX nt nnr new store and satisfy yourself that wc what you want all you need and will have lor u not ask the earth moon ana suirs located at Our store is a bran new one the mouth of Frozen creek immediately on MOUNT STERLING KY the the banks of the Kentucky river and con- Â¬ new also stock in it is bran spankln COACHERS AXD POADSTERS A SPE- Â¬ sisting in part of Money Saved Is Money Made rooms COX containing 5There- bleside- fciichec and din-ingroom a j ood wcnofrfiaew4- ter ami fine springs whieh yjteldan aburt- Manufacturers of and Dealers in dance of pure stock water a orchard of 65 bearing apple trees of assorted winter Rough and Dressed Lumber Doors and suniruer Iruir younjr and thrifty good barn and ant build injes about lftft acres of bottom land In good state of coltivationi tlft BLINDS SA3ITX acres nf whieli w now in com CO aercof the AD ALL KINDS OF BUILDIXG MaTEMAL improtred tiHe land and 163 remaining 263acres timbered of which acres is corered with very finest oak and poplar soil 3IT STERLDTG KY rich and productive and underlaid with- DwttfnPf v JOHN KEEF FINE HOUSES CIALTY 500 J4 cash and rcmaindcrjm Price one and two years Possession- gwea at- once on reasonable terms PsrsimsuHlrjrarii to pordiasc can call on IL C IJelrndoVof SJ W O ilize afc Hazel Greeit or the nnderrv s signed at Stanton Powell coontytJopr V -- Fine Bituminous Coal V s - MXyZtrltiSo X W 31APEL CO EO E THCJK WTTII ij - i ig 53Any one wishing to visit Cincinnati v or Lonisville can leave their horses with MaBtfacittrers c Boots Shoes Hardware me and rest assured that they will receive 642 and 614 Main SLeTJlSYLLLK XYr No store in this section would be complete every attention be watered fed groomed accom and tedded Solicitiu r your cu3tora I re 73 and 75 WoosterSU NEW XOWC without having everything for the Yours truly JOHN KEEF main modation of the people nencc we carry Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats SL0CM GSLBSXITH TACHAU a Mmt mAfr 0 5f TATfGlIX lj FEANK TTLEE Staple and Fancy Groceries Davis in such abundance and variety including flour meal bacon salt coffee sugar that we can sell them yery cheap or will change with you for country produce lfI Ju3 BLACKSMITH c ex- Mallory Wliolesale Dealers in S S COMBS Co COMBS m TZTflIMt - Â¬ - Those Owing Us Must Pay Us and well have no monkeying about the matter Respectfully Sic DAY BROS JunellSS5 - Dry Goods Notions 2nd Fancy Goods 715 Bad 717 West 3aia Street LOUllviLLE 3CY Between 7th and 8th General MrchndfM AND LIVE STOCK OF ALMCBHWr coriiiam ana jsnaSiawwiH v Bepreseuted bjr J I SilOCK tJ Q r - Tl yt i1 n Si - rtr t - Ajifc 4 - n - - - fc WT i r- ZM 1 iAL KhHMbUAw i Jt Tfc r 8 rJr Br MBT 1 I i aTTTPfTBIfcT -- -- t c H yelilk w feV j rr -- v - 5A -- -- H I a in iiiiiMiniiiMfc niin i uraisiwair rvrmvv 1 n - i vTtes rrs--r- Ka - j - - n - ihj- - - i - r 68SESS tfre-owmt- K-s a ss c Bmt a Ymt JWwj HBEiltt is Afce C01lllESPGXDME EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS COUNTIES- uxo jiuuntnlus BY Mis i ynun i A rewt jraoict jKjrttt UTrite eorresnoadent in everv i Mor- MasrofSn Pmv- and FlovcL Tn JIveMlutt Mcsifee JSMutt Estill Perry of Wolfe Iteported AUi oiuis in ly Special Cbrrcspontlcuti froiii o - y Publtc Speaking A F Byrd candidate for circuit court clerk of Wolfe county will address the peo- Â¬ ple of Wolfe county at the following times and places Chalybeate Springs Tuesdav Sept 1 at 1 oclock p M Antioch Wed-Â¬ nesday Sept 2 at 10 oclock A ir Elkinss Store Wednespay Sept 2 at 2 oclock p m Petersburg Thursday Sept 3 at 10 oclock A ar Spradlings Store Thursday Sept 3 at 2 oclock p M Campton Sept 7th at 1 weeks isnot expected to live Charlie Tapp oclock p M Hazel Green Sent 8th at 1 is much worse oclock p M Bed River school house near Isaac son of Brother L H Reynolds David Wellss Wednesday Sept 9 at 1 pm in company with one of Bourbon countys All the candidates are inyitcdjio be present most wortliy youug men called this morn- Â¬ Hazel Green Academy ing to see some of his friends and acquaint- Â¬ ances Isaac has many wanu friends at this The third session of the Hazel Green place who ulways greet him with a hearty Academy commenced on Mondav morning welcome last with Prof Hays principal in charge The citizens of this district are build- Â¬ Some 1G or IS students were in attendance ing a new school house one mile below on the opening dav some being from the Ely Kashs store They will complete it this counties of Breathitt All around us we week in order to begin school in it next see young ladies and gentlemen teachers of the public schools who have reached Monday proficiencv under the instruction of the Miss Belle Staten a charming young ladv of Mt Sterling is visiting Miss Eddie principal of this institution and many of tnem Avm again attend if tins session after Duke their schools are dismissed Cnpt W P Derrickson an aged citi zen of this place died on the 17th inst Brswa Slap Jack STATE HEWS Mrs Alice Denton of Mt Sterling is DcRsie Scottj aged about four years BREATHITT COUNTY vim ting her brother Tip Caywood The first paper in Casey county has sea ef Jackeon Scott near Davsborough Miles Kash has returned from a busi- Â¬ appeared at Yosemite It is called theNcws died ef iax on Aug ZlsL Frozen Cheek Aug 31 One of our ness trip to Morehead May The Columbus Times has been sus-Â¬ best fanners had a cow bell lost off of one The chirp of the candidate is nowheard of his cattle last week and as soon as he dis- Â¬ pended and its outfit merged into the Wick MENIFEE COUNTY liffc Journal office fresa early morn to dewy eve and no man covered that the bell was gone he took kaow fctk who will get there EH three of his work hands and started through The Bourbon News says Geo Wil- Â¬ 2S Hartba the woods in search of it after nunbling for county were Aug much The people of this liams colored of that place dipped up a very to hear of surprised Breen8 Liniment removes Imots and some time over the hills they found thoni young alligator out of Stoner creek U ealargements on horses or other stock neles close to a melon patch so they thought George Poplin being in jail at Lexington for Bourbon News There will be no counterfeiting If George is guilty of the no harm of going in aud partaking of some JNe care no psy Sold by J T F Day charge it was uncalled for because he has a free district school in Carlisle the coming of the large melons that lay thick all over good farm and Arc any of our citizens mating an ef-Â¬ the patch They had scarcely loaded them- Â¬ an honest living pleuty of property to make scholastic year owing to the fact that they have no building The pro rata which would fort to secure the woolen mill vre spoke of selves with one each when they saw the Charley Hale sold his farm on Tar have been drawn by that district will be last week Hazel Green can not auord to owner of the patch coming with a large midling f bacon on his back and they of Bidgc to J M Emerson of Pendleton coun scattered over the county Seseat course started to ruu in different directions tv Kentuckv The weather for the past two weeks Eusfc wliilc working at his this attracted the owners attention so he laid The farmers of this vicinity say that has been unusually warm for the time of his bacon on the fence year but if the old sign of a cold winter in plaaer yesterday accidentally got a splinter of the party through and started after one they never had a better prospect for corn the com shuek is to bo had iHtekis haad causing quite a painful not long in overtakingthe green com he was Better school houses are very badly better lay in a big stock relied on vounever the fellow who when of coal for it wound he fouud that he could not get away with needed in Menifee county has been seen so thick 4- - his melon made the owner of the patch help The white oak trees are loaded with Henry Franklin Pieratt is erecting a Bourbon News Ahurglar entered TWC cottage on fetate street bomc think him cat it When they had finished it the aconis the ware room in rear of Dr Milllers gr man went bacon eery but a colored woman heard- the noise it a case for the bird yet to be caujrht one of tlieback for hiscarried ivheri behold party had it away We we dont know and alarmed Miller in time to scare him 3ybe 10 Â¬ Mrs Man Niclcell teacher of the pubunderstand that Jim has offered a reward to tho for his meat but as yet he has been unable lic school at this place reports First read- Â¬ out before an entrance stolen store could be made No goods were Braaaa Liniment is certainlj the best to find it er 1st class Cora McGuire and Curtis Pie cobtsatMR of remedies for corns neural- Â¬ Bourbon News Frank Green son 2nd M Kosh the good looking lawyer ratt Ka sh class Dora Ward 2nd reader Mag Â¬ J Hazel Green was here last gia peias ib die back and side etc ever gie and Esther Wilson 3rd reader of Tom Green formerlv of this place was of weokon practiced Sold by J T F Day Mcbusiness We have heard it said that he Nannie Greenwade 4th reader Martin per - fined 100 and sentenced to jail for six Ciain and Frank Kash 5th reader class months at Nicholasville for shooting and Green Ward will fire his brick kiln in will run for commonwealths attorney and fect history Boland Kash physiology Lu wounding a man of color in thS leg at High about a s eck He will burn about 100000 if he does will get a big vote in Breathitt la Kash advanccd grammar lloland and Bridge to make him dance faster aad expect to have as good brick as the ira- Ira B Taulbee And his son Louis have Lula Kash and Maily James primary gramThe Rechmond Register says For ones His enterprise is enmraendn just returned from Quicksand where they mar Willie Day ami Curtis Adams primary 3e Rd we should like to Bee others imi Â¬ have been hauling log say they arithmetic lstclass Courtney McGuire and the first time perhaps in the history of Mad- Â¬ They countys tate it Curtis Pieratt 2nd chiss Bruce Mareum and ison sent to courts a white woman has made good progress been jail Howard Kash 2nd classKobLGrcewadeand name is Melissa for carrying a pistol Her farm- Â¬ James H Sebastian a well-to-d- o Johnson Hazel Green now boasts of the prettiest er on the head of Frozen is hauling logs to Harlan Wiisou advanced arithmetic Mallv and one of Mysonheuneraabout 20 vcars old converts streets in the mountains tlianks to the effi the steam mill to have lumber cut to erect a James and Lula Kash higher arithmetic Frankfort Capital Bolaud Kah primary geography 1st class The house of ricai sHpcrvisoTRhip of Lcandcr Patrick new dwelling houe Esther Wilson and Minnie Day 2nd class Thompson Johnston of this county caught that Jleliftjjut them in mchrondition We ivin A little boy socn years old that is liv-Â¬ Harlan Wilson and Inez Lunk advanced geÂ¬ on fire last Friday evening His mother helj ter TrilTiiot destroy their utility ing at Elbert Johnsons found a bee tree ography Itobert Greenwade ami Lula Ad Â¬ was the only person in the house and the ed by proxy in 200 vards of the house ams spelling 1st class Minnie Mapel and flames spread so rapidly that Who was burn- Â¬ 2j tr rn On the 22nd inst to the wife Lillie Evans 2nd class Green Trimble 3rd ed to death before any one could come to Hoio Wi H Taulbee of Monran will pleavc accept our thanks for several nice 3T3 nines Hariris a son Jim is the proudest class John Lusk and Fcstus Kash advanced eer rescue spelling Mortie Pieratt and Ida Swango alFrankfort Capital mles Tlie apiues arc of a fall vanetv inan in Breathitt gebra ltuland Kash gcruian Bolaud and Frankfort look forward withThe people of sa are verv fine Tlie major has several much yearning John Shackelford got his fingers ground Lula Kash C W ADAMS fft Z to the early completion of the Frankfort J B ADAMS haadred bahcls of them and parties wish-- off with a cider mill last week J W ADAMS Stcmp - lag to buy can get them at 50 cents a bushel M F Brown tenclier of district school Government building because thcv will have a No 11 report 45 scholars fcanitul Jacksox Aug 2S Eev Singleton an average attendance He enrolled and 25Â¬ The old nostoiticc worthv thearranged citv dingv dirtv badlv gives the scholand The Licking Vallev Scorcher says colored of Lexington is teaching the color- Â¬ C There are 16 registered distilleries reported ed school on the river above town and his ars standing first in the respective studies badly managed chicken coop that has been arithmetic L Morgan If Successors to JOHN G BAXTER fnJM beisg la active operation in smany hom- - kchool is progressing well He is making a as follows tlavs claw W P 1st class G 3rd a disgrace to the service and the State so long must before long be abandoned Cougieton 2nd Duff Jr their product does not exceed V glorious change among the colored folks of class John Harvey Geography 1st class icides twice as many broken hearts blasted this country Louisville Commercial A citizen WHOLESALE AND BETAIL MAXUFACTUBEES OF Congleton 2nd hpes alighted reputations not to mention John Suowden has just returned from G L 3rd class Jerry Sclass Nannie Congle of Bullitt county refused tofvote for calling lon Quillin MeGuffey a constitutional convention because the pres- Â¬ the destinies of young men turned hell ward Lee county accompanied by his father and 4th reader G L Cougieton 3rd reader Ka- Â¬ then tail people escajc full wclL by and six relatives We are happy to say that Mr tie Duff 2nd reader Melvin Bobcrts 1st ent one was framed are Bon Hardinthere oth- Â¬ ers many of whom dead and are vis- Â¬ reader Freddie Qmllin has pleasant company and his Butlers practical no JabkWood Joe Base David Morse E Snowdcu highly entertained itors are grammar G L Congleton primary gram- Â¬ we men now as smart as thcwwerc B To suchwould say that Judge William W Cecil and others are building ThomnAmerican son who sat in the convention of 1S49 50 Jasper Davis amuses the school boys mar Lou Emma Congleton KSRC wall in iruai of the Methodist church class L E Congleton 2nd class and perhaps was one of the ablest members speller preniwea at this place to protect the em of nights and at other odd times by reading Freddie 1st Quiliin Eclectic speller bftakmcat Thcv will also erect 5tonc steps Thk Hebali and talking of its columns Duff Websters speller 1st class Clarence favors a change Hollow ware and Tinners Stock Beverly build a neat fence to enclose which he says are invaluable In freat and Frankfort Capital Capt Murphy still Quillin 2nd class Belle Trent Ycnables the premises which will enhance the ap The Teachers Institute has gone by U S history G L Congleton 733 w Majn Streetj holds his position as superintendent of the Oaico niul Salesroom jearaacc of tho property very much and left as we hope no weaker but much Government building in this city and is J Z Haney teacher district school making efforts to be retained in the place LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY wiser Wears sure all are benefitted who No 27 this count sends his report for the He Mr M E Collinsworth of Tolin gave their attention to it stated to the Capital that Col J Stod- Â¬ week ending August 2S We had review JBSTwe handle nothing but Charcoal Tin and guarantee everything not to leak Branch wife of Mr Collinsworth the ac- Dickey preaches at n exercises in my school August 28 The fol- Â¬ dard Johnston chairman of the State cen- Â¬ Bcv cemaaodating stage man knows something jTuercnt John Jay tral and democratic committees and other county each Sunday lowing pupils excelled point in the rimer class Mary influential democrats of tae tnais of newspaper men knows that laving regular appointments N II TBLMBLE Iemy first reader Lizzie Nickell second asking to be retained had signed his petition E0BT M TBIMBLE luxuries of life are t eldbm his lot This the and that the Bev W B Cooper preached at Hound reader Bosa Caison third reader George had been forwarded to Washington papers good lady oh last Monday sent us a basket Capt of choic grapes and peaches delicious Bottom on Quicksand last Sunday and had Gravell fourth reader Mary Lacy first pri- Â¬Â¬ Grubbs recently appointed to the position mary geography Mary Nickell second pri- has not yet fruit for which she will please accept our four additions to the church arrived mary geography D Jioonc Lacy thaks Louis G Hensley of Jetts Creek a geography Nannie Little primary advanced Â¬ arithmestudent of Jackson High School has just re- Â¬ tic Bruce Little elementary arithmetic GENERAL NEWS We ask special attention to our new turned from a visit to Texas Belle Carson intermediate arithmetic De Â¬ Matchless Pencils These pencils while good health except borah Fallen advanced arithmetic Grant The town Subscriptions to the Grant monumen- Â¬ very low in price are we claim equal in Joseph Guiun is inis very ill with flux AND DEVLEBS IN who iicy U S history Marion Ely physiology tal fund amounted to 0550030 at hist ac- Â¬ Â¬ quality for all business purjoses to anv penGrant Lacy counts Watermelons are flourishing and are cil in the market not excepting those of the Ice formed at Preston Minn on the Miss Willie S Lidd teacher of district highest cost They excel particularly in ab selling ata remarkable price sence of grit and strength of lead Send ill A H Hargis has had his storehouse school No iti Morgan county sends the fol- Â¬ morning of Aug2Gthnnd there was a heavy lowing report for the week ending Aug 2S frost but corn is so far matured that it will for price list Jansen McClurg fc Co T cArrtvrrfiri tlitc rrlr Mekidetii First degree Mattic Oldfield Isaac Ingrain not be injured bash arc and Madison St Chicago Willie Evans and Clav Murphy second de- Â¬ MORGAN COUNTY In Walker county Ga15 miles gree Carter Murphv George Bobinson and Chattauoega T C Kerkis cut John from We call special attention to our new Jouess Oldfield third degree These remarkable pens Matchless pens MAytowx Aug 29 A large number FrankNannie Murphy and Bruce Kitsie Mur- Â¬ throat from ear to ear Thcv were rivals ceBtbiBC the elasticity aud freedom of a Oldfield phy for the hand of the same young lady Â¬ gold ch with the quickness of action of of people are preparing to attend the execution of Floyd Williams which takes place A cyclone struck Charleston S C uteel peas They are the best pens made Sept 4th The people generally believe Personal 1nragrraplis on Tuesday Aug 25th aud nearly unroofed fer all werk where a smooth point and per Â¬ A S Wilson formerly of this place is the Williams should have had a commuta- Â¬ Thcwind fect elasddty are required aud will last as that of scutcuee but the governor has re- Â¬ now located at Chambers Holt county Ne- Â¬ of SOentire city hour at oneblew at the rate tion miles per lime The loss losg as two or three ordinary steel pens fused to Itave anything more to say in the braska to shipping and other interests will reach Send fortmples and price list JansonMc matter Xow let the authorities at Camp Miss Carrie Ej daughter of Nathan B the enormous sum of 1123000 Crarg Co Wabash Ave and Madison St to see that good order is maintained and to Caieaga Wholesale and retail at this office do this no spirituous liquors should be used Day of Breathitt is attending Hazel Green An English syndicate has purchased Academy seven large plantations in Bolivar and adja Â¬ bv which we A Nathan B Day of Frozen Creek was cent counties Mississippi paying 50 per His satanic majesty was captured neu I Plans are being arraugedSchool at this tlie guest of his brother J Taylor Day a acre for land in cultivation and 35 for are to have a district High jicrc en aaaaay it was a worm about four deadened and timbered land The purehae laches loag one inch in circumference with place under the supervision of the Ken- Â¬ few days last week Â¬ money paid amounted to i30O000 eight horns of a bouv substance 16 feet and tucky Annual Conference and intended es- Â¬ Sandford and A K Day sons of A 32 stickers In color it was a pale yellow pecially for the benefit of the Irvine district Day of Magoilin county are students J J- - R Walkup mayor of Emporia t Kansas died suddenly raBBiag iBto a sickly green in stripes around Competent and deserving teachers will have Hazel Green Academy recently and his bodv Blaek and bright gold ornament- Â¬ the school in charge The object of this Its a brunette of extracschool will be to prepare students for enter- Â¬ Ir and Mrs Helton of Bourbon wife 20 beautiful junior has CreolearrestedÂ¬ ed its Read and pedal extremities- - What tion years his been county who have been attendin was it Wc do not know nor does the old ing college as his murderer The evidence though cir- Â¬ st lBhahkant who was seen and Interview Â¬ Your correspondent had the pleasure Spring returned home Mondav cumstantial is strong that she poisoned him Big John Wilson of visiting Miss Maggie Cliffords school and ed abBt the varmint D J C Darby for many years one of Gov Hoadlcy recently re nominated R 4S the sua who surrounded it found everything in good working order the most prominent physicians of Lexington 1 by the democrats of Ohioin an interview The success of the school is due in a large is a guest of the Pieratt nouse He is here with a reporter few days since a san talked Bev Jxes3L Boberts informs us that degree to the adoption of a unifonn system for his health guinely of the success of his party in that the Greenville Association of United Bap Â¬ of text books Miss Maggie has shown her Â¬ State this fall He has Mrs Mollie Hays wife of setfto tist wiU caBveae with Providence Church serves be an accomplished teacher and de- of this place left for LexingtonProf Hays Â¬ as two years ago Judgethe tame opposition Foraker lieing the this mornsuccess in her undertaking Stillwater Wolfe county Kcntuckv com ing to visit relatives and take treatment by republican candidate for governor eaciligaThursday before the fourth Sun Intelligence reaches us to the effect Stucky of that Bronson aged 1G September and 4y in Thersday will becontinue for three that Lizzie Belfry of Stillwater is insane DrFrank Holmes place for her throat car Hart Fred recently eloped from and Grace 15 tho palace cattle Waterburv days et apart for the That makes about a half dozen cases of lu Â¬ organizatla w a niinLsters and deacons nacy in a radius of about two miles in the man was in town Monday He had just re Â¬ Conn and were captured in the Adiroh saeetiHg He also says the total Baptist last 12 mouths There is something very turned from Huntington W Va whither dacks near the Blue Mouniaius Aug 25th he had been superintending tlie contrac- Â¬ They were camping in a rude brush shantv aseaerafcip in Kentucky is 174781 in tlie strange in these occurrences tion of one of the palace cattle cars which and justified their action by saving they had United Stales 2507753 in the world 3059 The sickness of this neighborhood is his companv arc building at that nlace ne read in a dime novel of the jolly time a boy S5 and saggesta that other denominations unabated Dr Dixon reports about 35 cases left Tuesday morning to visit his familv and girl had living that way skew mp their statistics this week among them we note Bev W L men is Mm iii urcacjiiu visiting Courer Journal All dispatches re Stamper Mrs EB May Miss Ann Sexton Fifteen Professors and Instructors Elders Moses Lacy and W C Nickell B Bolin and others ceived indicate that up to date there has Ltooic Here Agricultural and Mechanical Scientific Eggtaesriig SUssicil Msriaj to announce that the annual oeen no general trosr and that in the scat-Â¬ renctg4f the Christian Church Mrs John F Hill Read this please of Morgan with fever for about has hecn verv low 3aeetR Sgdqq i mi Mart Tactics Oeisarcia uoarss sf SitiY two weeks but is slow customers until we We have carried tered localities where it has been observed coanties wiU be held at Anti- 3Ml are loaded down the deposit as a rule was BghtiuflfcttngMorgan county beginning thought to be convalescing RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION and it is impossible to continue to credit nttie or no injury usnxosti and lacrosse COUNTY APPOINTEES Grassy Wh MJIsses Willie Ladd and Belle For Catalogue and other information es Fjrktey before tlie third Sunday in Sep- - are visiting at Bev W L Stampers Oldfiold those wluse notes uHd accounts arc past due Wis mention slight frosts with trifling Fall term begins Sept 9 til X885 Wc must have pay from von and will take damage Bloomington III says the frost tember Tle charcli at that point made the Address JA302S 3PAXXJeK803f li Z Lexington EcatBCky Miss Etnnia Hutton of Ezel is visitÂ¬ live stock af Its value on notes and accounts in the vicinity Thursday was harmless Dav- Â¬ fsllewijig order That no spiritnoqs liquors Do not call for credit even if you are good enport reports no fros tyet and from Wino Â¬ Duster eerj dcr jwatermclons candy or lemon- - ing at P JC Clarks H GILLIS I CLABEI d akall S3 sold on the meeting grounds if you are owing us and have not settled na Minn Yankton Dak and Omaha Neb WITH e sile of the church house nor n precisely similar condition of affairs is re Â¬ w vrjtfhiji Near Ezel Aug 27 J M Ross of We mean what we say J T F Day with c Tawapping pjr tins ported not marks3ttedfcwhirljrious wcrihip anything that man place isotherconsidered a- good withhis sriM Any person The AjYDELOTTy day lie went out McCORD Sievers Carson Hardware Ground was bjroke for m rikarsssktoting this order will be prose- - gun was heard to shoot and yell aud iros- - of HazalGreea Aeademv onthe foundation Breens Liniment is pronounced by all Mondav Tlie Company anted hy tfci efcurch A jolice force of 20 tniy lie nuc nilgai uearing uis trqpny lmildin nnr3 who have used lumber 13 asoatTfifldv for 637 W MAixvST2EEr by the saeriff will see that ihu wun ji- - uiiu tiuea ai one snot Joliniifcnowlfckfcewe are lo have a school for rheumatism itj o be the greatest remedy 3Wiooma4ed sprains cubj bruises etcv says now heisaboss marksman idbe riar as ehtarrt4 rzZg- IhoBse of tvitoh wa way be proud LOUISVILLE Y Sld LOTiISYIEIlBY4 5S Tim tpoPTr Branch school desires me to say that TIMETABLE Iuyua imuuiu an euiuunaxion AUajiiic Railway on Friday last and thev went through widi credit Among those examined were How Sfonfont thmc 22 minutes slower than Mt ard lrcwer Y J Brewer Emily J Swango Sterling time James Brewer and Johnnie Brewer iii the - 1 IjitreaXt Sterling at 7 a m arriving advanced class who surpassed aB expecta Â¬ t Kothwell i 840 a jn tions of the patrons for the time five weeks J- Both well at 9 a m arrives at In the primary class Laura Brewer and J W Collinsworth passed an examination snt- Hi Sterling at KfcSOa m Jf 3 hawee ML Sterling at 140 p m- - jit-- fisfactory He says he has one scholar rive at Eothirell at SrilO p m ooiiunic jrewer ageu iu years wno can not X 4 leave Itothwell at 345 p tn- - arrives be beat at his age He is nearly through at 3iL Sterling at 50 p nu Bays third part arithmetic best reader m ectfi at Mt Sterling vrith 1105 a attendance and is in all the advanced classes If 5 a4 p m trains onC O raihray Corn is good in this part of the coun- Â¬ fiw Xexwgtofl Cincinnati and Ixmisviile try The fanners say saw JR- - 3 baects at Mt Sterlinjr svith 1105 a ter prospect There isthey neverof 200 a bet- Â¬ upwards acres twia 4n O from theKast and 130 of corn on the waters of the Big Branch p train from XocisvilJeaad Cincinnati Samuel son of ltgomery cwnty court dav special sick and has been Robert Taylor is very for three weeks Dr leave 3ttkwell on tlie 3rd 3fondavin each HHih at 730 a in arriving at 3Ju Sterling Win Swango is attending him Eetaraing leaves lit Sterling at Mrs Stephen Swango who was taken 3 p M arriving at Bothvrell at 430 p m sick Tuesday is attended by Dr Swango Leaves Xrtkwcil for Jit Sterling at 5 p to Sjioot GEO B HAHPEE Snpt Caxaboose Aug 27 Mrs Rebecca Timmins who rccentlv started West to se HAZEL GREEN KY cure to in 1TEDXESDAY SEPT 2 18S5 silver funds on assist herCampdeveloping theÂ¬ Swifts mine creek has returned having secured some slight assis- Â¬ Traasient solvertisements inserted tance She is now preparing to develop cue savs xue prospects arc 75 cents per Inch first insertion and 25 tuc aiiHc verv flattering and if the people of Wolfe iacli each sahseqnent insertion eBts aa wjll assist her she will develop a mine that will enrich the whole mountain section Shelby Combs and son of Perrv coun LOCAL to are visitingj elatives and friends in this viciciuity and will J5ors On tlie 30th nit to the wife of the execution of remain here until after Floyd Williams Sir G B JSabiason a girl Combs reports several cases of tiux in Per Â¬ ry county Tke Hazel Green mill is now grinding Died On the 23d inst in Menifee era far oae eighth tolL county Alice daughter of Henry and Lu cinda Sally aged 2 years She was Halt D S XJodser ha an apple tree in at J K Browns on the 25th funeralburiedÂ¬ servWouhu lae discovery was made fay Jimuiic ices by Bevs J V Daughetee and J J TutL j every point la the mountains c terms to agents Av WOLFE COUNTY 1 -- f Big Branch Aur ff lhckyiSife ie VjJHfc Ladd wh i tear Jung tlie idod in district Nt 15 took in the wedding last week returned Sundav with a broad smIe on her face- - aud resnnlcd her dutH 6aspedagogncon Monday Claude Hazelricrsr Willie Phillhmsan T i tr JYaie iocKreii wno 1nave oeen visunur tVTl jiib l friends and relatives near Ezel returned home Sundav Wonder what has becoma of On The We understand that the Maytown Boad Jfatrinioaial Association did not pan out worth a cent We never knew where H C Swango hailed from until we had the pleasure of vis- iling Lazy Hans Haven John D Henry F F Pieratt and Hen- Â¬ ry Murphy arc on the sick list Tin JteliIoK5jSws burg informs us that Elder J B Xiekell missed through that place Monday en route to meet Elder H H Little at Botts school house where they will preach the funerals of Mrs Sanders Powell daughter and moth- Â¬ er He had just returned from Powell coun tv where he reports 34 additions to the Cane Creek Church of Christ 9 at Hons school house on North fork 0 at Middle Fork school house 20 at Lee school house on South Fork 4 nt Bowen school house Rev W B Cooper of Jackson was in town on Monday last and spent the night with friends He infonns us that work on the Presbyterian Church at that place is progressing finely The framing and weath erboarding is eompleted window frames are in and the whole has received three coats of paint Tlie workmen are now engaged in building the tower which will be about 70 or SO feet high Revs- - E O Guerrant and F B Con vcrs will hold meeting in Hazel Green on Thursdav night and Bethsalem on Upper Grass Friday morning and night Satur- Â¬ day they will go to Jackson t rr m i urrrnTFvrvx7r A correspondent writing from French 0 E WILLMGT il 1 O asii Pry Goods Store WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 9 ml ii The Water iii rv nnJLm S3I3Z xia I n i to JVi r vj If y if We are anxious to sell Our Goods and will make our prices right Orders filled promptly and carefally We have a big drive in a Box toe Boot at 350 extra good Come and see nie MONTGOMERY COUNTY These springs are located three quarters ol a mile from the beautiful town of Hazel Green Tha water contains a larger per centage of iron than any other water known hence it ia the most valuable in the arreof disease used internally or esieiaaliy Among the many diseases which fieshi heir to and for which this wonderful water is known to be a positive and permanent cure are the following Afnicted Humanity IRON IS Kme of Life for lt i 27 Thos John- Â¬ son is visiting friends at this place Tom attended tlie picnic at Flat Bock last Satur Â¬ day and reported a good time considering the grasshoppers which were verv numer-Â¬ ous Tom in compuny with W 1 Duke leaves for California in a few days where they expect to make their future home They are both worthy young men and this community will regret very much to have them leave May their future lives be crown- Â¬ ed with joy andhappiness Col Will Henry who was sick last week is much better Aunt Surah Chris- Â¬ tian who has been confined to her bed for the past four weeks is slowly improving Garrett son of George Croueh who has been very low with fever for the past six Aakoxs Bdn Aug 0 E WILLMOT Eeese Building - - MT STERLING- - KY OSBORNE Mowers and strength I now enjoy A gentleman of Illinois saysr I think the water of Swango Springs did me more good than all the nostrums I have ever triea I w ill certain iy be with you again a cxtspriDg BEFEKKXCES 3BT Smith J G Trimble CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SKIN DISEASES SCROFULA CA TARRH RHEUMATISM NEURALG IA NER-Â¬ VOUSNESS We append a few of the hundreds of tes Â¬ timonials which have been tendered as to the efficacy of this water in d3ease One lady writes I am so thanful to the Great Giver of all Blessings 1hat I tried Swango Springs Freelv do I give all the time and money spent there for the health a -- The Best Most Durable and Lightest Sunning Machine on the Market itrs F II Ilinkle Ky Wm Clarke Plum Lick - HEW HANLY JUDY General Agents for Eastern Kentucky F McGUIEE HAZEL GREENl KY Mt Sterling Orders solicited by T J STEVENSON Hazel Stands at the head of Low Prices witiuevs ervthing vou want in Green Ky DRY GOODS MMONSr Boot Shoes Hats Clothing The Highest Market Price Paid for all Einds of GROCERIES HARDVARE DRUGS FLOrB BACON c Medicinal Roots Herbs and Barks The money is what I want and I will give MOBE GOODS FOB A DOLLAR IN CASHi Except Ginseng man any otner nouse town Every Machine Fully Warranted A large hotel is now being built irhieh will afford ample accommodation to visitors For further information iirrcgaul to board HARBISON SWANGO c address Hazel Green Ky Or this office K J T BREEN goods Country produce taken In exchansrc fgi in F 3IcGUIiE SON5 EOE SALE Tlie house is a boxed frarae two storva high and contains six rooms rith kitchen There is a half acre of ground attached which is set in A Variety of Fruit Trees Importers I Wholesale Druggists House and Lot IN ITAYTOWNKY Main Street terriss -- -- ru Mt Sterling Ky cr 2 A never failing veU of exceUent water In the yard This properrv will be sold very reasonable Applv to - Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se lected Stock of i iJixJ AUM Or this office JP LOCKFIABT Maytowu Ky R A CHiLDERgr MAYTOW2T KYr Takes the lead m Low Prices with evcrv- r thing you need in tlie wav or GROCERIES DRY GOODS SQTiOflS Â¬ BOOTS SHOES HATS CLOTHTNCv Which he sells Wholesale and Retail as Cheap as they can be bought in the State Give hini a call and be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go Hardware Drugs Xlpar BaconJSclci SS ifoncy is whatlwant and1 nill gave MOBE GOODS FOB A DOLLAR IN CASH goods I - than any house in Haytown Country produce taken in exchange for K A CJEHUSHks -- Â¬ J HOEBS BLAOKSMITHE 1LVYTOWN KY - HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY ADAMS BEOTHBES CO Will repair Farming Tools Buggies Va- gons c Makes plows hoes e Sajihc- tion guaranteed in all cases - w I T DAY Marshal and Genera Detective STOVES GEATES MANTELS Pieced Pressed and Japanned Tinware F-Mn- i-O 3IAYTOW2T KY Will attend to ferreting outcriralcak in any part of the country and guarantees sat isfaction in every case where employed Orders hy mail promptly attended to -- Eor Sale Kalian Bees have for sale several bivps nfTnt Tr1i Bees which are hearfcv and thrifty hbnevt rtijmuig w uuv can eaii and see them or order hy maiL Ail order promptiv attended to 31 G DUNAWAY Maytown Ky - a5 TRIMBLE BEOS WHOLESALE GEOCEES HDSPMDUN6S0R are now prepared to manufacture First Glass Roar and Meal At One Eighth Tolland will da WOOL CARDING at their old stand at Spradling Ky - I M Flour Provisions Salt Mails Oils ALL WOOL CABBINGper at6K the Powder Field and Garden and get Seeds Mt Sterling Ky HF They carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any CASKEY 1 FIERATT3 Wholesale and Retril nouse in ms sterling GIESOIOIEIEIS wool-card-- -- pound- - The old cents cr G W COX wiU run wool machine- 2EtrCome one come all your flour meal and wool carding H D SPBADLING SON W T CASKEY PIERATT f Wishing to devote my time ness I will sell my For S ae--- Saw Mill to my HAZEL GBEEN KY PROVISIONS OF ALL SSNDS Canned Goods Coffee Sngarf Tea Syrup Patent 3Iedicincs Nails Axes Oils Wooden and Tinware- - IaStct other busi- Flour Bacon Lard Salt EVERY THING YOU NEED -- Lane -- fGive he Consisting of a 25 Horse Power Engine and vou can buyus a caB and fromconvieeiLtfeatmore goods uto the DoI ar than at any other hoase is thessoaaa Ho Circular Saw Edger c Boiler tains We ahS desire to hy aamber of Fat Cattle and Sheep far which wc will pay Everything is in First class Order and will be the highest market- pric sold at a bargain on easy terms NEW BTJGaT WOEEB Parties wishing to buy are invited to call MT STERLING KY and examine the property Cornwell Ky ALFRED COMBS Conroy Shore - Bodley Saw Mill Fixtures TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY m S Keep on hand BUCKBOARDg awl SECMtfpMj OND IIAND BUGGIES and jvAia uul nvuw AaUib j v w iimi - eyc Mh Give us a call Will receive ilr ShorfrVx peexaLatejitw CGNEOT siaN AmTm MHflVtMt f W H J SAN YOUR MONEY JCSD TOY - te T 1 V hyJTFDav Wholesale Hatters Aa 1 Wis- UATBBOBOUGBr mim JtZ 7r-- jjh- - Sv iTri -- f u K j i -- 41 Js3 anaMMMHBi t 5 if r U w THE FASHIONS HOME AND FARM While Mr Lyman was chief clerk and August 1st 1SG5 for a portTon Â¬ 1 vnt to thank you Jozies of the Treasury Department he onee of the volunteers ii is prolonged be Some of the Pretty Trifles Tha Pleas i d A jxetice Concerning Which Thcro is a yond the Put soda in sour fruit for pies and found 100000 in an envelope that had Dr rancor latter date until he 311 tlia Average Woman For a Ism Divert tty of Opinion Among Good Farm-em- out of each organization they will require less sugar Boston only two 3 cont stamps on it stuck up writes a lady to her friead It vf bo k ol time I was unfit to attend to Graduating dresses are overtrimmed Budget 00OEK the trouble- - m Mexi Â¬ remembered that anz in one corner OneliTew York banking my household I kept aoonfethroJLjm When the subject of mulching is The Western Farmer recommends firm never registered their letters They thoroughly miserable I had terriblt wkuc causes occaslonot the re- Â¬ this year as are also confirmation - KENTUCKY discussed among tho farmers there is co and other volunteers in toe serv Â¬ suits the sowing of orchard grass with blue would seal 10000 or 20000 in large aches and bearing down seation3 across UAJOKi GS1EK tention of some Gauze and silk grenadine fans lead grass timothy and clover for pasture envelope and put two 3 cent stamps on me and was quite weak and discouraged I always quite a diflcrence of opinion ice after the downfall of the Confed Â¬ Â¬ some Kirkley notes in popularity just now it starts early and grows late it and throw in tho letter box at the emit and got letter of the medicuas after reI While some will argue that muiching eracy Indeed as Mr organzation ceiving your cured me uoyEL ENCOUNTER white volunteer They told me said Mr hardly know myselfand it has well In hot weather all the xtneon ost office Fine French cashmere dresses of the is very beneficial others express the the last I feel so was disbanded November 18th 1867 color of red known as sang de bceuf sumed food should be frequently swept they found their losses aver ivman liwi tjipew ra YlgHt Betwees a XaHgra- may be of some and the last colored regiment Decem- Â¬ opinion that while it away from tho chicken coops as it aged less tnan tne express cnarges sum a ltwll Trrier 3t fesl Tax man benefit it is not as good as keeping ber 20th 1867 while the last officer of and elaborately braided with black soon sours and acts like poison if would be They sent away 50000 a up when hein tks xacoato taa kH aA snks Is reduce A rreodent writes as follows the surface ot the earth well pulverized J the volunteer general staff was not are favored by English girls for tennis taken into the crop iroy Times week and said it did not pay to register i QecBslad It was too hot to do during the hot weathorT and there are mustered out until July 1st 1869 use Wasfiwgion Jfost Slice potatoes very or express money HAY FEVER Tat In the eveirnff we strolled still others who assert that mulch ng Yet careful as the examination of One of the prettiest sights seen in a thin BakedPotatoes col 1 water one half Ihsvelwea great suf stand in let ferer XronvHay FeTer lor nt 1 some water holes to arrange is a positive injury These different the records has been one lack renders long t me was a silvery haired old lady hour put them in a baking disli with O Iior Hit 1m Agalnl 15 jears I read of the it still far from complete Ihe death in charge of the kitted goods booth enough milk to moisten a little pepper aiHKit potting up a dam Kit my bull- In the early days o Methodism in Scot- wondrous cure by Elj3 views arc entertained by men of prac- Â¬ regsters of some of the largest pr sons at a fair recently there a ierrer biici about four years old and tical experience as well as of lrgh in- Â¬ at the South used for the confinement of white nainsook She wore a dress and salt and a half cupful of butter land but certain congregation wherebuild a Cream Balm and thoasat I one rich man desired to was with a broad hem Bake one hour Tlie Household Hii jst tkirty pounds was with telligence Why should there be such of Union sold ers are missing For and a few narrow tucks at the foot ot was Held would try once more Aft was er one application The best cure for colic in horses is new chapel A church meetingand said wonderfully helped I Two lie ad a 4xmple of other dogs We difference of opinion It is undoubted- Â¬ the prisons at Americus Atlanta Au- Â¬ tho skirt The old rich Scotchman rose Â¬ Over her shoulders was tne palm of your hand full of turpenBrethren wo dinna need a- new chapel weets so I commenced inrwe jist Utrauig to go home when I gusta Charleston Lynchburg Macon Jssstt SF ly because those hold ng difierent vlew3 Srarietta Mobile Montgomery Savan Â¬ folded a kerchief of dotted Swiss mus- Â¬ tine rubbed against the upper gums Ill give 5 for repairs it and now I feel ot fifty yards ej edaiHgc old aw3fiom where I have tested the effects of mulching in nah Shreveport and Tyler the regs- Â¬ lin held by a little bouquet of full- Â¬ and the inside of the upper lip of the Just then a bit of plaster falling from the utlnsdlscoTenr la tne greati KT ttrtij cured It known est kangaroo g5r to4 blown white roses Above her crown his breast bathed with the ceiling hit him on the head Dchahxi Clabk farmer awful hdng to a kangaroo 4inerent ways and on different plants ters have not been secured at all and of wavy white hair was set a stately horse and notreleved in one hour re- Â¬ Sr aaiost had evidently chafed h m Those who argue that mulching is the importance of these prisons s well Looking up and seeing how bad it was Lee Mass same If tJei wildk Brethren its worse thon I CREAM BALM ho said looking Martha Washington cap lace peat the dose Albany Journal - soe way I gave a loud tally ho J injunous and unnatural have not only known Only partial records were had frilled and made of dotted Swis She thoucht Ill make it 50 pun If you are obliged to confine your Oh Lord exclaimed a devoted brother has sralned an enviable retaad feore down on him with Kit and experimented in the wrong way and on from the prisons at Cahawba Colum- was the belle of the evening aged nttitoa whererer fenown - HAY FEVSl an hour3 on a back seat hit im again I fowls in summer give them dlsnlaclnz all ohernreDa- tfc two other dog The old man the wrong plants but they have evi- Â¬ bia Florence S C Msllcn and Salis Â¬ seventy five years exercise just before sundown Thus There are many human tabernacles xauoai A particle Is apagreeable tonac aw us xad instead of rann ng away dently failed to be close observers of bury There have been was it is Gauze embroidered silk muslin radical building are In - 3ee39eckathrouglinsandniadefoi Plants brought from a warmer true of partly working up these defi Spanish Escur al and Oriental nets are they will do little injury to crops and which but we sore need offuss and repair in nature putter and roosts at the wator When he got down beside climate espec ally small plants as a cieuces but on the other hand as in high vogue for bonnet crowns and will return quietly to their absolutely over WltUUUO BULiSiUCMICJf XC3U1U3 ill iO epOIS The rule requ re a warm soil made so by Quartermaster General Meigs c ted by hat crowns for dressy wear Laces to dusk Some green food is tfee water he made a stand necessary to them Philadelphia Press only when we are personally alarmed at WITHOUT MONEY kaagaroo dog went at him lirst but the stirring of the sol for example Mr Krkley has shown in many correspond trim the br ms and wreath the real danger that we act independently by dogs is reThe killing of or the right thing Then it that we stisedfeeota fearful Jdck and and- Indian corn requires much heat when Southern prisons threewerefour corpses the crown Silk of ether a pale or a nsnallv done durin sheep niffht To and dokeenly regret because weis did not the most Kit tired frosathe contest leaving sometimes vivid it is small and if it was mulched in the of Union prsoners color forms the found- Â¬ TKraa- use our judgment follow the advice sheep should be - myseK to do for the beast The other early stages of its growth it would be buried in the same trench and the ation contrasting to these head coverings and the guard against dogs theevery evening to sooner the experience of others and jump born of Asgshad cleared off as soon as he very likely to injure it certainly it number ot graves only imperfectly in- Â¬ floral garnitures invariably match the induced to come up fuweastasd He was a big brute would not be as well as it would to dicates the number of dead Even in shade of the silk Ail white hats are be fed inside of a h gh enclosure made away from our perils THOUT P RiOE Thousands ot persons who will read this Mtite ss 3U as I am over six feet keep the soil well pulverized What is this most Imperfect record the number very popular and the flowers for these of palinjrs or wire with an open shed paragraph are in abject misery to day Sat had sever been at close quarters true of corn is true of many other of Union soldiers known to have dkd are whte moss roses white lilac and in the center for protection to the when they might be in a satisfactory con Â¬ before with ths kind of game plants which are grown in a hgher in captivity was close upon thirty foliage mingled with white silk lace or sheep against storms JV E Farmer dition They are weak lifeless full of odd We have Jnst Issued a moatwocdcrfnl andvaloabla ot disease peculiar to tn o she The average capacity of the stom- Â¬ aches and pains and every year they know new book wblcb treatsspared acltbcr pains nor money bit him on the joint northern latitude than it is natural for thousand in exact figures 294Jt Spanish blonde and they are getting worse even though the female sex worthyhave perusal and confidence or tao is sixteen quarts tremendous kick them Because this class of plants are The late investigaton we may add to make It the of the leg aad got a Basques are short and jaunty and a ach of the horse Every mother wife them inepofa doctors for 1sr pains which sent her flying not benefitted by mulching it is no evi- Â¬ has increased b about one sixth the little treble pleated postillion called in Hence a peck of oats should never be best origin ot aro patching- and pains is the worsen all over our landvitaliy Interested la this slater and daughter Is deeply these aches The T3e old Kangaroo then grunted loud dence that there may not be other records of deaths among Union prison-Â¬ Paris the birds tail postillion is the given at one meal except to tho larg-Â¬ kidnevs and liver and u they would buiiu gent to anv address in th world Free of Ct Bead slow of vegetafon with Warners safe cure tion that may prove mure valuable than ail tne wealth ad long and came forme but I had classes benefitted and wheh would be ersTaking Mr Kirkleys tables we de- Â¬ proper finsh to tho backs of corsages est horses do ng good work in A little these all over newdone and cease investing it carefully study ltweUandyon wiU glean informfeeding as millions have rule he who draws afoed stick and caught him under the greatly or me iiotnscnnus mora precious man siuasgcuu made either round pointed or basque and often is a Europes rovalsy Itmaytave gmnrcfeT ear which made him grunt agan Kit conclusions from experiments on a rive from them the following general shape in front A pretty novelty for horses and the nature of the food must their money in miserably unsuccessful ofBeadfislo Regcultob Ca Box 2 Atlanta Ga patchwork they would be well and happy Â¬ fcad recovered by this time and mak tingle pont will very often find him- results full dress occasions consists of a satin be determined by their labor Fast and would bless the day when the Lord 5cg a spring sabocd him under and self wrong vest dotted all over with hoops made of work requires solid food Chicago hit em and indicated the common sense Officers Men Ajjj Â¬ paw Kangi behind the fore Not since we listened to a disJst angry and tucking her under his cuss onlong men of high intelligence Killed or died olwoundsG5 103R7J 110033 mother o --pearl beads Ihe vests are Tribune shqjdd course for them to pursue Loadoa Press by got never be disturbed Cake Died Of disease 273 227iil 2245 6 made apart from the skirt and to be 106 arm bopped into the water hole with who took the position that mulching is Drowned 4SW ifiii worn w th d iiercnt bodices A yard while baking forif itis moved or jarred STATE PRJSOr convicts are like the hairs to drown bis v ctim who was both unnatural and injurious even for Other accidental deaths 142 3972 4114 and a quarter of silk or satin pearl atter it has risen before it is done it is of the head because they are all numbered Istet 37 524 4S7 hanging on like srnm death I wa3 trees and argued that it shut out the Murdered capture X Y Mail SG 14 loo beaded Killed after will make a pretty zouave very hji iu iuii uuu xumvc u uiiiun 26 3Ui 31 jacket the water up to my knees before I lsght and heat and brought the roots Committed sulcido The oven should be as near the right in Silk gauze brocaded with 2C7 267 All Played Out tnew aDythzng about it in a tremeud- - too near the surface Such remarks Kxecnted by enemy small velvet flowers made up in tun cs temperature as possible not quite so 04 4 Executed know what ail3 me lately Can t Luckily for lead to the conclusion that those who Died from sunstroke 30S 313 5 and corsages are very elegant over hot as for biscuit for if it is too hot eat Dont cant sleep well Cant work r ous state of exetement G2 well 1972 2014 us the water hole Tvas muddy and make them must have confined their Other known causes the door has to be opened to let n 2S 12i93 12121 kilted skirts of surah matched to the and and dont eniovdoins anything Aint real swayed observation and experiments to single Causes not stated kansf-V less rot stuck he shade ot the velvet flowers En suite cool air whnn the cake is partially ly sick and 1 really aint well Feel all Kit gave another tug and brought him j points certainly thev must be strang Totals 954 319012 569493 are satin vests dotted with tinyllgures cooked then it is very apt to fall ijJ U UlilCUmen say every day That is onnv If they UUU DUIIHnuj KIUU down As soon as lie leu sue got mm ers to nature s method ot growing The official tables as published from in sapphire emerald ruby or pearl Boston Globe what scores of ovs -- by the throat and never let go until he wood or they would not say that a manuscript copy in the Army and beads corresponding with the hue of of Id Foo There is probably no farm imple would take Dr Pierces Golden MedicalÂ¬ A physician this la P preparation of food that aay cf I Discovery they would soon have no oc- fa canme or failed to aRreewhnglTen Uhaa ac Was dead I pulled am into the shal Â¬ mulching is unnatural for it is the Navy Journal further distrbiite all the skirt fabric strictly ment more generally misused on heavy led Wirt sctumIous con casion to say it It purifies the blood cording to my directions trouble front bowel care lower water so that ncr ladyship universal law of nature to mulch wood- Â¬ these clashes of deaths among the Among the newly imported dust land than the roller especially in early tones up vc y little system and fortifies it against tn coild worry n hnr most approved land and it is a well known fact that Unon troops by States it being ex-Â¬ cloaks and wraps for tourists are New- Â¬ spring Land at this season is sure to disease the is a great anti bilious xemedy I there needri be atl r hud with aaythe fact that I have itfo vet lost i T urrfbe form of diarrhea or neer iasaion I tbmk she killed him as when man removes this mulch nr it plained that the phrase other known markets and pelisses made of golden be compacted sutticicntiv by rains and as well It cholera infantum much by drown ng as worrving for at very mater allv injuries the growth of cau es includes deaths resulting from brown cardinal nuns gray and biege only cultivat on is necessar to make a tmesKifs head and the kangaroos the wood Is there a man bold enough quarrels not amounting to murder moha r cashmere pongee or serge mellow seed bed The proper t me for Physicians appear to be rery hard to were clean under water then she would to assert that nature ha made a mis Â¬ from being shot by sentres or by the The handsomest and most expensive using the roller is in preparing a seed satisfy If their patients get well they bring him up gve hm a shake and take and the mulching of the forest is provost guard and miscellaneous are embroide ed Very stylsh wraps bed for wheat in the fall and after lose them and if they die they also loss down again When he was dead I cut injur ous It is sad by some that trees causes Without going into minor de- Â¬ are shown simply tailor made with a spring grain is up and the surface dry them i off his ears and tall and carried them are injured by mulenmir because the tails if we j elect the three leaduig number of fine pleats laid from throat to smooth it for the reaping machine 5 UNEQUALLED FOR CEMEHT1H5Toothache Drops curelnlmmuteSc ffWSt WOOD GLASS CHINA PAPE1 LEATHERPikes p to the house in triumph The scalp roots are brought nearer the surlace causes of death and then include both to belt both front and back S AWARDED COLD MEDAL t rvunAU and beautifies 25c In Prairie Farmer Glenns Sulphur Soap heals Orzma St ftaso CBPaBataX is worth three pence and thetailmakes is this another mistake of nature these and all others in a column of ag- Â¬ front the pleats are held at the lace Car Co c MM onir t A distinguished physician believes G ebmax Cokn Iteuo veb MI Is Corns i Bunions GLOUCESTER PSSrJCEMSNTCO SamalaTtaCinj excellent soud London Field The feeding roots of all trees in a thick gregates we shall reach this result in waist line by a bronze or silver olasp from his ractiee that infauts gener-Â¬ i EVERYWHERE forest have feeding roots near the sur-Â¬ a classification by States Banakas are more easily recojnized In Some of the Newmarkets are finished ally whether brought up at the breast THjE A SLOW BOY face and yet the trees are healthy and wth a pointed hood 1 ned with striped or artific ally are not supplied wth suf- Â¬ the fall than at any other time of the year Pretzels Weekly we not come to the Must satin in gay colors The cardinal dust ficient water the fluid portion of their Tko German Uoy TVbo Did 2Yot Alsorl vigorous that nature knows her own 3 conclusion cloaks are exclusively for C food being quickly taken up and leav Â¬ Killed in Died ot Died of Intelligence Satisfactorily COLLAR Dont disgust everybody by hawking Action Wounds Disease laws best and that where she persists wear and the most dashy of these aro ing the solid too thick to be easily di- Â¬ blowing and Bpitting but use Dr Sages in STATES The German school teacher is Tery in mulching trees and in br nsring the OF ZTCC AAT rElTHEa- loaded with pale coffee colored lace gested In warm drytweather healthy Catarrh Remedy and be cure poorly paid for his wearysome work of feeding root- - near the surface where 230 MOKB SOKB INSC-EES--cure sora Some very dressy toilets are made of babies will take water every hour with m m will posltycly prevent cUaCnfr and Oil Men Off Jlcn Off Men imparting wisdom to his pupils if the plant food is the most plenty she care Horsa can be as advantage and their frequent fretful the plain and figured numctte As kegakds rank among vegetables tho ITltherHarness makers worked whilemoney Is per Â¬ fected If noS will refund 16i 227 tS many of h s pupils are like the one de-Â¬ is encouraging a vigorous growth rath- Alabama 3i nuns veiling is now called One sty ness and rise of temperature is often onion comes first M 8atIsBcdafteraoi3r trial BesnretopetPad lrjcs o 315 pnonert V1 enougb JJEXXER CXTST1S 3Sadloa er than retardiug it Caiefully tried Arkansas l sh model shows a tucked and kilted directly duo to their not having it 1242 1G51 scribed In the following dalogue 1713 Opexixo of the season uncovering tho prisoner proved that a heavy Ctlifornia experiments have 4i skirt of the plain numette With a deep hicago Herald S5 8 0 573 The boy found it difficult to under-Â¬ muleh s highlv beneficial to an apple Colorado niuprjird pot Boston Bulletin WLHOFTS FSVEB AMD AfiUE TCHKC 114 S5i T22 117 3 apron polonaise above patterned with a 323 prisoner simple arthmettc A warranted care for en diseases stand orchard and that the longer it is kept Connecticut 731 51 1021j 5C 57 24c5 4721 spiays of ma den hair fern the soft malarial poJjoanis of JNothino makes one girl so happy as to 5231 1 UTILIZING THE LEAVINGS j caused t7such as Chill asd Ferer 5334 6 Suppose Pritz you have mulched the healtn er and the better is prisoners Teacher green of the f rn being repeated in the tbefclood f read anothersirls letters A girl couldnt Dakota lf 1 F Ter and AeueSnn Pains Dnmb S4ti nv is isi stocking on one foot and vou put its cond t on Delaware U ribbon trimmings which were com Ono of tho Principal Points in Goixt bo a girl and not read all her letters to 7u 7fi SS2 prisoners some othor girl Fact Chicago Journal Lm JKl ChlEs Intermittent Bemlttenr another stocking on the other foot M io Ever gatdener and fru t grower Dm of Col 23li with those of hedge rose pink bned of Farming 44 ft 230 prioncrs BlUors and an other Fever caused lrrtz---- I never wear no stockings 10 mut govern hs pract ces bv a lttle Florida 167 213 Among the new lawn tennis cos- Â¬ hyrsalaria It Is also the safeaE says that a very strong so- Â¬ A scientist 15 Manure is and should always be an Suppoe your father has common sense when he decides to p isoueri Teacher tumes are some trim and graceful 15 lTi 15 and best cure or enlarged Spteea boiliug hot will pro of salt S3 5XB ac wv to 207W 52RSJ gin a pen and he buys another mulch any portion of h s crops he must Georgia the farm and in order to lution wood applied important to those Illinois 3nep iFeTer Cake General Defctltty stcirts of dark blue canvas kuted all object on serve This is 142 7 3 1718 IltlS 34 SH prisoners p g and puts it in the pen how many investigate far enough to ascertain the Indiana 402 by a andFcrlodlc Neuralgia ITorSatebyallDnJgsktt 151 27K 204 lfl23i 25rtl 241 the way from belt to hem Above aro secure this everything thatcan be used whose wood pile has to be protected S2 o prisoners lll i I3V 20572 bodices of stockinette briar sttched CHAS F iCEELER ProDt Chicago gs will there be in the pen spring gun Life character and the wants of each crop Iow a 71 1254 100 110 1S46 l either as an absorbent or to increase inal 515 7 1301 Dad dont keep no pigs prisoners Fritz and such as he finds wants coolne s Kansas J7i with gold and cardinal silk With belt the quantity should be utilized Even 494 1CU 2 U4 4 lali Mm GisiN HEBAiiP MULCHING - -- -- s - r 1fc3feH SFt i -- Â¬ Catarrh TsV Â¬ - - ST Â¬ - Â¬ fca 4 W r - 1 rr - s - ii GO -- 11 - Mml Ka- Â¬ ar Â¬ s - K FAGSLUES LIQUID BOSS PJJJ It - out-of-to- wn Â¬ i 31 TA K 81 TO 41 I 1 i l 1GS in1 41 nTj J i Ui The teacher blew a heavy s gh from hs t red lips wiped the perspiration from his scholastic brow and went at it ngaa with renewed courage suppose Fritz you have one jacket and at Christmas 5our father makes voa a present of another jacket how many jackets wdl vou have then Fr ta He aint that kind of a fath- Â¬ er Henever give me nothin for Christ- Â¬ mas Suppose your mother give you one apple and you have one already wbat will you have thea Frtz Stomachache Our apples mulch he must moisture prisoners substance Kcnti ety with some vegetable prione that will keep both cool and Ixmisiana prisouers moist and thoe crop that want Maine prisoners heat and mo ture he wll do well to Maryland prisoners mulch with the earth bjr keeping an Masaehuetts prisoners inch in depth of the surface so l fine Mrllzan and loose Nearly f not tm te all of jimuners our trees need coolness and mo sture Minnesota prloners Currant bushes need to be kept cool Mi ippi Jiiouri and moist therefore mulching has been prisoners found beneficial the bushes retaining Nebraska prisoners Ncvnda their leaves much longer and the fruit X Ilampshlie prisoners growing larger than when the surface Ne Jer and 55 ISO1 I snr 10 ST1 23 1 120 1 5T S59 C211 9754 1020 if 330 10774 045 3333 4 115 125 3 53 023 and pockets tr mmed to match Evening lost GENERAL VY ICM 4 3457 2tH2 it 1231 SI 2S lV 21 I SMi Ml 217l II 1M 65 147S 11 4 13 3 i c 75 5lJ- 551 1142 H0 5470 1177 SUM 12113 S732 OM 3 7221 13I7S 1SU KESM 373 SkOi 203 12 1040 to 3 2C 113 1611 153 0125 232 1JH m 1 7S 102 ISMS 20 5 84 114 i 157 87 71 1 370 1330 41 5 Ml1 20 22S11 - 742 1 2ni 23 4132 21M V3 522 277 403NS arc The teacher was not the man to be discouraged by trifles He began to suspect that Fritz was not well up in arithmetic but he resolved to make one more effort so he said Fritz if a poor little beggar boy has a cake and you give him onemore cake how manywill he haver Frits I duuno I cat my own cakes- fcokm1 applet SOl Then the teacher told the children to go out and play Texas Siftings ROMANCE OF A ROSE A Very Curious Tale of the Discovery ol a Popular English Rose Â¬ Mr Danel Grimond of Little Chel sea nurseryman was on a journey ol business in the county of Norfolk ex actly 110 years agnx when riding very Â¬ leisurely along the road he perceive ajrose of great whiteness in a mill He alighted and on close inspect on dis covered it to be a Provence rose He sought an interview with the inmate of the m 1L who was an elderly woman and begged a flower which was in stantly given to him The old lady mast no doubt have been considerably surprised at being in turn presented with a guinea In cutting off the flower so runs the tale which has been recorded by the late Mr Henry Shatter of Batersea Fields Mr Gri mond cut three buds and on arriving at the nearest inn he packed up the ilower and sent it directly to Chelsea addressed to his foreman who was no other than the father of the same Mr Shaller who now Telates the story Two of the buds grew and in the fol Â¬ lowing autumn the florist went down to Norfolk again and bought the whole stock for five guineas The fore Â¬ man was then allowed to propagate it and for do ng so was paid os u plant lor three years At the expiration of tnat t ac the plants were sold out at a apiece the foremans share of the profits amounting to JE30D Iot the least pleasant part of this pleasant little romance of a roe is the fact that the old lady who had been the un coficeious discoverer of a grand secret in horticulture was srat tied bv xecev ing out of the proceeds of the under tafcng a handsome present consisting of a slvt T tankard and plate to the Taloe of 60 London Globe Â¬ Â¬ berries like currants giow best with the ground covered in fact when the bushes are exposed to the hot sun with no mulching around them the fruit will scorch and become worthless A good cool mulch will save the crop Strawberries when the fruit is ripen ing need to be kept cool and moist and in no way can this be done better than oy mulching it is saa Dy some that a better way is to keep the land most by frequently strrtng the so 1 but such persons can have but little practical knowledge of grow- Â¬ ing strawberries for market or they would know that to sur-Â¬ round them with sufficient pulverized earth to keep them mo st would cover the ripening fru t with so much dirt as to render them unfit to eat Those who make it a business to grow for the market are driven to the necessity of mulch ng to keep the fruit clean Mulching 1 ke other practices needs intelligent direction or the labor may oe lost mat there aro some crops which are irreatly benefitted by mulch ing there can be but little doubt and we think intelligent debaters should be careful how they condemn a practce because by 1 mited practice on single points they have found it not to be beneficial There are o matiy cond -tions in agricultural operat ons that to meet ttieni all we need a gieai va Â¬ riety of trials we should therefore be cautious how we lay down any sweep- Â¬ ing rule nnless it be based upon some-Â¬ thing more than an experiment con- Â¬ fined to a single point Jdassachuseils Ploughman Â¬ IS 1UIL WApUStrU LU tllU Mill UUU3C- - S2S 23SS I Mexico New York N pnouris prisoner 413 77211323 in 14 J 5 1C I law tcri ISi N Carolina oo 21 V11 27fi prisoners Ohio prisoners Orcffon Pennsylvania prisoners K 402 1 G4T3 I 43n 211 Tcnnrssce prisoners Texas prisoners Vermont prisoner Virginia Iand piitouers II GM S772i SS 5315 1SI I 71 8 352 1G 278 10 145 18 i 6 1G 441 441 240 i 3 43 312 101 ft 11 ZX 2fl 4 0 Durinir the cholera visitation in 1331 1854 there were 29247 deaths Jroin it U7SI N Y Mail in New York citj 2554 Indians cnll whisky tis Apache 7a win but by any other name it swells ISS t Chicago Her- Â¬ the head just the same 2a ald S3 What in the ld version was called 4v0 leasing in the lcw version is termed lyng or falsehood and the Pitts- Â¬ burgh Chronicle says the real estate agents have brought this on them o6il 55471 45 23 with the best of pains there is consid- Â¬ erable let go to waste that might un- Â¬ der different circumstances be saved vet a lttle care taken will often add materially to the quantity without making the cost very much greater We burn up and destroy too much wh ch if saved and used either as an absorbent in the stables or barnyard or applied in the manure heap would add not only to its bul k but also to its With the uncertainties of the seasons it is always the safest sure of a suflle cut supply of rough feed for all the stock Wheat and oat straw or corn fodder should be secured no only to make a good supply of rough- Â¬ ness but also to furnisjh a good supply of litter I dislike using corn stalks in the stable dther feeding or using them for a litter unless they are cut up line as they are diilieult to handle afÂ¬ ter they are trodden down But in the teed lots or barnyard they can be fed out to a good advantage and can be used very profitably Too many farmers burn up whatever surplus fodder or straw they have left in the sprang when they could be used to a good advantage as an absorbent Simplv allowing the fodder or straw piles to rot down is a very poor way of receiving any especial benefit from hem Alone rotted they contain but little plant food but by using as an ab- Â¬ sorbent they can be made very valua- Â¬ ble Many farmers who are verv careful to save all the sol d manure fail to take any especial pains to save the liquid Of course when it is possible it is ber to have your stable tloors tght with gutters and a cellar to hold all the liquid manure but this is not always possible and the next best plan to save this s to use all this kind of material that in so many cases is allowed to go to waste as an absorbent and if care is taken to keep up a liberal quantity ot value i7ll 47CJ solve ism i 4114 2S43I K2 W 4042 1LV UH 105 IS MG 12S2 iai firry 14 5224 42 1017 12101 10 81 CI 037 J is 1 list 1 l 4 S 671 S G 51 1 2W 45 CV1 W Virginia WUconsm prisoners prioners Tcr CI 115 717 270 412 1270 71 so 101 4 1STS 7CV5 prisoners l cir ir 2 Sit 1 11 lud Nations prisoners Vet K Corps Vet Vol II C a Vol Ff prisoners Vol Infantry -- - Off Oen Viisft Ol 20 I IS 2fi J 711 lnTSi 757 1338 1 6 1 iS 79 3 I 91 ll3 lt SV5 2 103 11S 2 101 241 J 50 00 i 1 Cod Troops Miscellaneous prisoners Reg Army prisoner J pnner S3 icisi i a 1102 142 1 10 25 127 25 24 t M2 213 2S0 TOS47 43- pnsonrs 137 1 2M21 7 3 2U1 34 65 1202 S 104 20 24S 5H7 23 57 sn 1 Total Prisoners A 4112 C2SM 2121 JJ Smi 11174 2712 1370K S 247 tS Wis T3490 SXHX i i ircsatc 4142 fi2S3G 222t 41C77 27M 221731 The aerre ate of nearly 3G0000 deaths of Un on soldiers must be sup- plemented by a like record oC Coifed erale soldiers in order to lind the real number of vict ms to the war in both armies Then the naval deaths must also be asceria ned and added Man soldier and sailor met a fate more dreaded than death in bein crippled for Me or made the prey of linerng disease contracted in the service Dogs The stores regard ng the intelligence hy of the dog are on the increase Because the number of dogs is on the increase and each mans dog is tho smartest of all dogs and nearly all men cau now wr te out a storv for the publ c print Fug dogs are Availing in In a year more they will popularity be sirppe i of harness and little bells and be remanded to the stable a re- Â¬ sult which does not come from any change in the nature or the dog but from the painful fact woman is tickle When the pug dog cams the Maltese cat was d sconsolae now has lowness of sp rits come to pug-doPciiap the kangaroo Will now have a chance g- THE LATE Civil WAR An Official Ucrord of Union Deaths in the War rei - frers tjb r fmmil es froi the surroundaig j tffrii airm nfll 4ka sir rfse Una li r3MrtMg2tfitiB iwrlv studded LUUC with mA -- people assembled Me the other night to at ee Professor Shppare sail over the yllageos a a Hjvcle It was the most Miocassfui as well as exasperating mC oi ihe season and the sun hvzmi who drore in with -- Tiire thousand WjitexiriHe - jZrrr ii mw-- - UUMJ biK fclj -- yMPWiiis 4jKIatKienU Bob Twenty years have passed since the dose of the ctvil war and now at last a careful official record of the number of deaths that occurred in the Union army has been made A little more than twelve months ago on the 2d of June 1884 General Drum directed Mr J W Kirkley an experienced statis-Â¬ tician of the Adjutant Generals Office to begin the compilation of this record Current with the ad of ten clerks A minute 4j and exhaustive exploration of all at A Buffalo cioij under a course of tainable official documents has now j instruction in earning articles m its produced a tabe of statist c tvhch mouth inadvertently swallowed a sl lar surpasses in completeness aaything Ter dollar The money being out tf on the subject hitherto evstinjrits element save trouble and threat i i To stale ihe grand result at the out-- ened the 1 fe of th valuable anmal et the table shows a total of 9853 thai had so suddenly w tidrawn it deaths of commissioned oncers and from circulaton 1 v idical student 49M deaths of enl sted men niak ng chloroformed the dor ut into the on ajrgr gateof 359496 deaths among stomach and recovered jate slver and A xne tne uiaon lorces m oer ou included sewed un tne wound wihe aor ii now J n the record is for the regular trcops as goods ever and so is the dollar poses iue interval oetween prn josc loui jsujaw juxvrem -- h1 T t- r It is a peculiarity of the Red li ver Valley that often pure water is found at a depth of a few feet and a few rods away at the same depth tho water w 11 contain so much alkali that it can not be used An applicant for appointment on police force the Kansas City Mo received a blank to till out one of the question being What is the general To this he ap- Â¬ state of your health A7 Y Sun pended Missouri It is eighteen years since Mme Nilsson has been heard on the boards Managers of a French opera house there will not pay the prices which the stars of opera can get in New York They set their faces and London the system and strive more for against ood averace execution than for the glitter and glamor of one part opera Patti too goes elsewhere and gets in one week half as much as she could earn in the Paris opera in a whole twelvemonth The most interesting relic in the possession of the town of Poland Me Fancy a stra ght is its town scales w th a rusty knife edge on whch beam it swings Four chains lead from each extremity of the beam to the square They are said to wooden scale pans be the oldest scales in Androscoggin County They hang on a hook having A lump of lead no unrisrht support nails to the scale fastened with sh ngle pan serves as a medium for correction of the weight Boston Transcript A lady writes from Kansas con- Â¬ If you are cern ng the grasshopper sure that they are not intend Â¬ quite ing to ight a flight of grasshoppers is a beautiful thing to see All day they floated over us millions upon mil- Â¬ lions of a ry 1 ttle creatures w th their white gauzy wings spread to the light mounting steadily toward the sun as it seemeit It was like a snow storm in sunshine if you can picture such a thing with the flakes rising instead of Chicago Herald falling From experiments carried on by the French commission for the scent tic study of fire damp it is found that the most violent explosion takes place when there are thirteen part ot ar to one hundred of fire damp and that above orbelow this the explosion diminishes in violence When the mix ture is below seven parts in one hun Â¬ dred or above e ghteen in one hun dred the gas simply burns wth its characterstic blue llaine The singinej noise o tten heard n mines is ascribed to the escape of gas from many minute cavities while jt must exst n some places in vast quantities as is wit Â¬ nessed by its use for illuminating pur- Â¬ Â¬ Ix company the other evening Henrietta heard some one across the room quote the and Man proposes familiar phrase turning to a sister wall -- flower she remarked that she was tired of hearing those old I3 sa3ings that didnt have a single word of truth in them Somerville Journal Get tis genuine Ey- Beat In the worldoar Trode maric mm erv nnckase baa SOLD luVXrxyVJBLEXE Domestic pursuits basing the man of tho house with a broomstick ftSgCiNEWLAWS0cerjHirfroa S Ierter reUer Sffc L O - S iO comnussiona experience ISyears good na and Increase Ax exchange speaks of the Write for circulars and Ice We have all heard of her tured girl A W JJcCOBMICK fc SOX Clr lTmart Olao She works in some other family X Y F3 To lntjfulrc ttotn w r Herald wffl giveaway im A4f OrratliM WMhlmrMMhirKBt trvotl want We are like a clock said a labor ag Â¬ SM luyonrnanser uanuevresoKa tee- - The national CO no ixay proper time arrives itator For when the Pittsburgh Chronicle we strike The most heaatllal and finest tonrd e Lava prices In the Adareaa ORGANS menu world for catalojrue- -taxv pav Send Popixjay says that he wishes he could Weaver OrcanFlano CcYort to try the early closing induce his wife movement on herinouth Burlington Free ra Wleu Bangs and Waves sent C O- - D any K where Wholessleand retail price IIstJr Press fl BC Strchlifc Co JSVrafcash-avCicago Is it profitable asks an exchange It deto teach a young girl elocution JBDJJCATION ends upon whether he intends to marry E er when she grows up Ar Y Sun 885 1355 THE NATIOKAL NORMAL Entire ffXJ a wees expense 30 to exo uierweuraucu OveraaBepartment main Â¬ WHExa barber seeks to make himself urc fl3 tained Alt prwf esslooa pro- he sociable with a customer in the chair Tided for Thecal Ol lomn conferred Over 0GQ is probably scraping an acquaintance t Bookkeeper trained here hare Teachers an Good been helped to Situation Anr YoansMoa Chicago Hun or IVontan can pursue anr at idr Trrh Xe- Zx- nenseof Time and Money LS Institution Officer examining recruit Why do than At anrCatalogue and full UUliiiW In in the U S other Recruit j li we salute superior officers order to keep out of the uard house JPrestdenl UjFJKJEU LehanonTVarrenCoO- - fill FRAZER S- RrflAr hi rc Qiuwrrn icn Js azx -- ik nunjpnn n - Dont Discharge your Docior But tell him frankly you are getting desperate Perhaps ho will review his treatment and -- advise a trial of Acers Sarsaparilia the change worked wonders In this case as in many others Thre years ago I suffered greatly from Liver Complaint General Debility Loss of Appetite and Headache my stomach va disordered and although t ate sparingly of carefully selected food I was in constant distress from Indigestion r was troubled with sleeplessness and beÂ¬ came so emaciated and feeble that I was unable to leave my room After remainÂ¬ ing in this reduced condition over a month and receiving m benefit from the my doctors consent to a trial of Ayers SaryapariHa Before I had finished tho first bottle of this medicine I began to Im- Â¬ prove By tt3 continued list tho tronhles with my liver and stomach gradually dis Â¬ appeared and my appetite and strength returned Alter taking eight bottles myr health was fully restored and I am again able to attend to my business- - Isaac D Yarrington Bunker Hill St Charksrtown medicines prescribed for me ilr i litter scattered where the stock are fed and they lay whether in the stables or feed lots Then this material is more easly got rid of an old stack will be two or three years rotting down and be of very little value after it is wh le if used or removed where it can be tram- Â¬ pled under foot it will be ready to haulÂ¬ out by fall and be of considerable increased value Every farmer has more or less ashes to every yeai Manv just allow them efbe thrown out without making any Â¬ fort to me them to the best advantage Â¬ Old bones hats and shoes are allowed to go to waste while if they were fathered up the bonej broken up and all d ssolved it would make an extra good f ertilzer for speq al crops Verv few fanners make any pecal effort to save poultry manure or utilize hou - e waste when they are the very ufcs- iertl zers we can t possibly secure aud could be saved and used to the have used con- Â¬ ver best advantage siderable of both and while some care miixt be taken because of their strength yet I find them very valuable entirely loo much so to be wasted One of the principal items in good farmngis to as much as possible in Â¬ crease the fertility of the soil and this can only be secured by turning everyÂ¬ thing 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