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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rJt - iwr-j -- I - - - - v - - J V -- l iAi s - VV i t w 1 1 Eg - ft - H- - --V THE Owner and Editor Hazel THE HEKAIiD 01s A JSTOISY -- reen j -7 31 C 4 JjL E Jl 9 1885 Fi i11PEHCER COOPER WOULD WITH 2ET7S PROaC AliL STATIONS ald 100 A YEAR i - 1 - Always m Aiirwici VOLUME I UNE PETITE HA2EL GEEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER NUMBER Hazel Gbeen Herald k 5 0- 3S KNOWN BY HIS HAlrt But for all that we agreed wo would THE MAN WITH A COUNTRY odd story Thi3 spot is bettered by the PITH AND POINT miners to be haunted They are you choose this open well ventilated and to Charac Twas up in the mountains I met hex the Dlfilcalties Attending the The Hair en Infallible Guide know very stiperstftous and now roomy place to work in if we were Some of Construction qf a Liwil It Is stated in a Southern xchArgei5 Last summer In early July terAn Expert Delineation 2s the onl- - paper published in Wolfe County Yon ask if I soon will forget her with- Â¬ colliers esp a ally after we had been none of them will come this way that one of the best sugar plantatfonieia Â¬ have been phrenologist and physi Louisiana is run by a dentist There w aad circulates largely in the counties of This is the time of year when the matl indeed my dear fellow not L out company It seems that a carter exposed td the taint cldse Odor which Wolfe Jorjaa Powell Menifee Mn oSn So dainty and charming a creature said a a fitness in a dentist devoting bimself with a codntry meditates upon his ognomist for twenty years whose duty it was to push trams of another ve u hard by ives dut rjTmwta i yet rut iiuiu ZSUII ferry vrtthont uu 2f eerpose has groeofl sercnan or ball Pittsburgh CitnnicU of her latter Vlnil beingKstt tae rf tt- - eleven TMP JTRTt ATTJ laa Every can recall form every feature When we complaindu bf nauea and lawn If he be a sttrburbatt resident little old man whose face was shrivÂ¬ to sorghums coal alone here to the horso rdad we IMWninor w 1 Aill a A4 have just left onQ day heard fdotsteps bepeed to be taken away we were told of long standing and experience he is eled and whose well oiled and dyed Telegrapk terefore were as of a man approaching him from tho that strangers had been known to locks were rolled inward in the man Â¬ The Pittsburgh Times declares that Â¬ Tlte ATcrtikliig2fcKlBm la Weuterm Her gowns had a remarkably tasty Her bats fashionable tone He stopped to vomit after standing by the face of this in a tranquil mood His lawn flour- ner of a circus rider who came into there are too many pretty girls in this ODDostte direction KeatBcSry Her speech though It rarely was hasty ishes in luxuriance of grass without mere the Neios office this morning distrbut- - j country The only help for It seems to j avoid a collision and distinctly heard j seam of coaj for a few minutes Yet snd edvcrUsers can reach more people by And I showed she d a mind of her own JLne smell serves one usetui pur tricdus d splay of tawdry flowers of Ing cards in relation to his business the stamnincr of heaw boots and na advertisement in its columns than iy any Wonwas her favored adorerthe sly be for the grls to go to Pittsburgh- glances and smiles on one scraping pose in indicating at once what strata the field Life giving fertilizers have convinced other means Try it and be a sound as of some I have reduced the Art of reading The smoky city is bound to soot every J though mamma hovered watchfully oer her mud off them on the rails He shouted we are work ng for as far as I know With guardian eye Published Evehy WEDyESDAT Moejojtg enriched the turf in the late autumn or character to a science as no One beforo body Boston Globe th s is the early spring and given a deeper tone has ever done X do not profess to giro to him to hurry up but got no reply our gude informed us There is said to have been diir The end came with hazy September He held out his candle at arms length only stinking vein in the district It is to an accurate diagnosis from a photo Â¬ covered a kind of tobacco which if When Gertrude went back to the town its tint The heavy roller has been graph With pleasure I long shall remember SPENOER but saw nothing He went on to the quite safe tbre is no choke damn or ior that is impossible but let mad -Her laughter and oven her frown trundled up and down and left the me have a lock of hair and I wll tell 3moked or chewed will make a the spot whence the sounds had proceeded other noxious gas I cant expla n Kdlter he owes a dollar in Did 1 speak out my love ere we parted forget but there was no one there Incon- Â¬ how it is so it is only one of the many lawns as level as a dancing floor The you a mans or womans character as world that have several friend3 who Well no I did not for rou see Wc ftUBPCKIPTIOK BATES The maiden who left me half hearted tinently he bolted to the nearest work Â¬ puzzles that confront the mining engi- Â¬ gravel paths have been reduced to though I had known them for years smoke One Copy One Year Was aged Jnf three it Boston Fosl 0 L You seem astonished Let me tell Six Months ings and told his weird talo to sympa Â¬ neer Another of them is where the water curves of beauty and the borders Clinton Scollard in the Itambltr The New York Times says there AJfrajs In Advance The story has been cor- Â¬ comes from We constontly have to con- Â¬ po nted and trmmed With painstaking yon that the hair is as infallible a thizing ears 1 fJP No subscription trill be entered upon as are the eyes the is a strong prejudice against black to again and again by strang- Â¬ tend with Look at that hole about cut this coun Â¬ ur books unles accompanied by the money AN HOTJB IN A COLLIERY roboratedhad never heard of it Hush big enough for a hen to go through care Obtrusive weeds have been hol- Â¬ guide charactersoul There is no birch among architects in confined to ers who windows of the out W th timely vigilance and the snd no subMsription be 1 eceived for less This prejudice isnt Youll hardly believe me when I tell lows filled out with verdurd The lawn greater diversity in anything than in try there it is Cant you hear it thanfiis Months architects All boys nave it theotloV Â¬ ADVEKTIBiyG KATES hair and its color and nature are in taken from us you that a few weeks ago there was a Our lamps had has been Tkrough the Earths Crust Into a under the pretense beentrimming them road five feet high running down there cutter the sward rattling unceasingly variably indicative ot the person on over Sacramento CsJ Bee Transient advertieements inserted at of grass over keeping the cents per inch first insertion and So you think Fcndersons verses Ooal Mine fewenry flve cents lor each subseauont inser- and at this instant they went out and On Sunday evening the deputy bailfl closely shaved and thickening it until whom it grows remarked Fogg -- You are black hairdd I will not are finely molded are Ididnfeknov we Were in the blackness of darkness was gong his rounds to see that all it is now like a fine woven velvet carpet 600 Inch One Year well perhaps thev was rightf for the night men wh re beautiful to the eye and without a tlsw enumerate your various traits for 1 Few people know what absolute dark 1000 have pair tne roois ana Keep uio roaas gooa or patch ia its tJsture Iau n- - haV0 require to be paid for that but I wll they were molded but as rot often taeitate on larger advertisements made The Bewildering Sensation ot the Descent ness is No heard them spoken of known on application Horse Stalls Alive with Slice A locomeaown wnen ne iounu tma skirted the Urrii and shielded it from speak in general terms of black haired we do hear a Yes wo faltered Address SPENCER COOPEIL great difference I suppose mere form They are generally dstin Haunted Cave Items Both strange noise How do you account hve toot way contract to a ne gut ot to0 iiec suniight prolonging tho in- - people i Hazel Green Ky Boston iranscnp only tw feet He crawled through to tluence of morning dews and making gushed for their firmness of wilL My ot speech Entertaining and Instructive for it Host fsomethino- - of a musician H fortunate- the ground soft and springy The man task they set themselves t do they will I cant was the reply It may be see what had happened and friend PROFESSIONAL of wawater in the abandoned road there It ly got back safely before a floodfireclay With thecountry feels that the lines have accomplish whatever the difficulties who is cntertanng a Kentucky sonata you like a Therr power at coal- Â¬ mav be an unexplainablo echo Sounds ter burst through the spongy Through the earths crust into a fallen unto him in pleasant places A they have to surmount The ColoneW M KASH Will you come Take first a are audible at enormous distances un- tloor which it had crushed up in such grateful stretch of green checkered strength and endurance is wonderful hefore d nner Colonel way here but mine All the work with sunl ght and shade from overÂ¬ While their natnresmay not be coarser Well I had two on my a remarkable manner a similar scare derground ATTORNEY AT LAW glance round the pit top peer down years ago We had bailiff succeeded inns below this point were flooded and hang ng foliage refreshes his eyes when they will undergo and patiently endure n can stand another N-- T if tmes3 Here the the black hole you are to descend look Â¬ Tk HAZEL GEEEN KY hardships from wh ch light haired peo- txmes the lamps to our great are not yet in a fit condition for coal up at the huge wheels overhead and in relighting another part of the m ne getting How much worse it must be he re urns from the city in theevening ple of weaker natures would shrink Our Win practice in Wolfe and adjoining coun Little girl from Chicago His Sundays are days of rest attuned In relief ties Collections will receive prompt atten comfort yourself with the thought that the men were constantly hearing mys- Â¬ in fiery mines where gases rush out in to what Mr Whistler would term a Of course speakkig generally the family s a more aristocratic family- tion same or rather in a far more sud- symphony in green Lingering on h s character of light haired people is tho thanyonr3 Little girl from Boston the ropes though they seem so like terious knockings which they quickly the den manner dealing death to scores ol piazza untl the trees lose their out- Â¬ direct antithesis of the bilious tempera- Â¬ No it isnt My mother can boast sp ders threads are made of steel and put down to Satanic agency So I took TATTERSON HAZELRIGG hapiess colfers you may now eas ly lines in the fading summer twilight ment indicated by black hair Their of her forefathers for the last two cen- will bear thrty tons Take this lamp careful measurements of the spot and awful We have Chicago AT LAW unless you prefer a candle stuck in your found it to be just under an iron realize pit thank no suchYet ourperils and the hush of night settles down ho organization is fine and delicate and ilres Little girl from mother can v men wonders how the c ty man manages to they are constitutionally less robust God Oh that is notlrng My was in this foundry where a steam hammer MT STEKLIXG KY hat collier fashion and as the cage Auburn hair as distinct from red de- Â¬ boast of four husbands in the last two at work four hundred yards overhead have ample hardships and dangers to exist without a country of his own g seen them so the platform is called in which men But the colliers stick to the r own face Now that you have Philadelphia Call But landscape gardening has its am- Â¬ notes refined physical organization in Â¬ years f SAMUEL McKEE when occasion ateurs as well as its seasoned veterans tellectual ty and quick susceptibilities at work dont onit An exchange says Whenacouplo coal alike are conveyed clicks on theory still and word for of the fiery Red hair is any sensi Â¬ we were told to A engaged there is further ATTORNEY AT LAW the catches step in clutch the iron rod climblittle all fours on a steep low and servesdo to say a good Englands those If the man With a country be a new-Â¬ impetuous andemblematictemperament are reason why all theseldom shonldnot prosso much for who sanguine world up comer on land long neglected he on ble wh ch runs along its top to steady your- Â¬ 2f o Ul W Jefferson street narrow cutting technically called a perity our colliers spends a sad summer wondering what of its owner The feelings of red haired know st We will not undertake to XttTJIWIIIE ICY self and prepare to drop a quarter of gng With which parting words our oblig the harvest will be In the rawness of people on all occasions are of the in pass judgment upon so important a up and down which a small Practices in all tho State Courts ana a mile in no time A bell rings and we ing cicerone put us under the care of a his inexperience he has fancied that a tensest character They are boy was dragg ng apparently with the matter but we haye no besitatmn irT special attention given to business of all and passionate but passion does not saying that all the world does know it kinds in the Cnited States Courts are off Before the qualmy sensatron greatest ease a wicker basket fastened subord nate who led us back safely by lawn may be produced as easily as a so suggestive of sea sickness is fully by a cha n to a rope round his waist the way we had come and brought us piazza floor can be painted or a cellar spring from haughtiness as is general- Â¬ whether the couple are engaged ojr LACE37 A PORTER realized with a rattle and jerk the cage At the top he filled it with the coal up out of the horrible pit into the wall whitewashed In the beginning ly the case in black haired people Oufc- - not Nothing not exeentng the stops and you find yourself bewddercd which a collier was hewing at the bot- Â¬ cheerful light of day Chambers Jour- he resolved to be thorough and to fol- Â¬ door employment suits them best milac i rrrmvrv mVhnoL srjreadsvATTORNEY AT LAW and helpless for the candles cast so tom he emptied it into a tram such as nal Other qualities of the hair besides j so fast as the news of an engagement low scrupulously the regimen and - the color are important lnusstraigni IPTJBIjIO d m a glimmer as merely to render the we have described treatment prescribed by competent aivcTsTOTAE Buffalo Express darkness visible We will sit on this This was the work which the last thorites in landscape gardening He hared people are suave tender gener- Â¬ ASD A gentleman from Philadelphia PIPING BLACKBIRDS bench for a minute till as the phrase woman who worked underground had had his ground plowed harrowed ally mild and with uniform temper who went to New York not long sincc EXAMINER OF DEPOSITIONS and then to do Her son is employed here now The Method of Instruction Kequlrad to spaded raked levelled and rolled He which they are able to govern In some had a commission from a lady to her is we 4get our pit eyes Â¬ Hazei Greex Kr start escorted by the courteous man Â¬ Just think what a change has taken had clay and loam underlaid and instances straight hair denotes stupid Â¬ brother which he was anxious to carry Make Sonjjsters of Them and slowness of percep- out at once ity obtuseness ager to see such objects of interest as place in the last thirty or forty jears Cen He scattered find Mr Where will When reared by the hand from the overlaid 2 H QmxLix J C Ltkis s naturally attract a novices attention Impulsiveness is denoted by B who is in the grocery I business by the tion At the present time thereis not sofaras tral Park grass seed QUILTJAN LYKIXS First of all while we are waiting I know a single woman at the colliery nest the blackbird is capable of form- bushel Ho turfed the borders curly hair Its owners are excitable he asked of a New Yorker There and emotional and sometimes of very are two brothers of that name both in f up let us work either underground or at the sur- Â¬ ing strong attachments and from hTs of paths and all for our carriage to drive ATTORNEYS AT LAW pay a visit to the stables capital stalls face in the west of England though wonderful imitative powers wll make corners closo to the house He em nervous temperament Fine hairedÂ¬ the grocery busness in Broadway r cut out in the solid rock at present un- Â¬ in other parts of the country female hmself a great favorite He will il ployed three or four men for a month people are cultivated refined and in- was the reply A5D Which do yon wish Such trained when young learn to whstle in the early spring at a reckless rate tellectual Coarse haired people are to see tenanted save by swarms of mice labor is still used at the pit top - REAL ESTATE AGENTS that I mean the ope Texas ha3 a seed sellers coarse in nature and in habit which scamper off in all directons as was the managers comment Sift- Campion Kr sister in Philadelphia tune that may be taught of expense He kept the get a lawn in You see I know a great deal about ings we bring our lamps to bear on the well Again we maTch on in Indian file almost any c rcular headed How to Titles examined taxes paid for non resit filled mangers Surprise number one stopping here and there to watch some h m The best and perhaps the quick- two months constantly under his eyes hair in fact the only hirsute subject on dents Collections a specialty Ileal estate How did swarthy giant the aim light makes est way is to take hm when about six and never swerved a hairs breadth which you will find me ignorant is hair bought and sold on commission Will prac Wonderingly we ask GENIUS AND INSANITY tice in Wolfe and adjoining counties m ce get here them look immense drive n his pick weeks or not later than two mouths from the directions As soon as the of the dog that bit you I am a life Â¬ Philadelphia X Quality Which Often Bears alikeness prohibitionist Brought down in the hay you wth a dull thud and bring down ava- Â¬ old to a quiet room away from any tiny blades began to appear he set both long to Eccentricity- DR R B GARDNER know and they multiply so alarmingly lanches of black diamonds or to other bird and in the evening and the roller and cutter in operation He was News weekly To the multitude of men genius wears how sledge that we keep cats and pahis unremitting in his exertions to make THE INDIAN DAYS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON wages that they may washthem with noticeholes inwith rock are hammertoandÂ¬ first thing in the morning give himon Â¬ down rebored the drill a the grass grow But the grass has rea double aspect- - Superlative mtellec-The tune may be played lesson We ceive the charge of powder or hurry flute or other wind nstrument It s ad sisted all importunities milk their monotonous mousy diet If it has come How a War Was Caused in Georgia by tual endowment is plainly something HazeIi Greek Kv the Theft of a Pony Offers bis sen ices to the people of Wolfe ano shall see some of the hordes as we go past half choked by the pungent visable to feed him before commencing up in patches here a little and there a ordinary type of In adjoining counties So our guide informs us smoke where the shot has just Deen operations and some br be or other as little less it has speedily shr veled un Â¬ Away back in Indian times there very unlike the our rounds The relation of lotty Come now it is time we fired and the pleased workmen are for instance a lively worm should be der the glare of the sun or been choked lived a man in Stewart County who telligence and adds suDeriority includes that of distance DR J M KASH started for our drive shoveling up the copious results of their placed iu his sight Play over a por-Â¬ out by the encroachments of the rank- owned some horses and a raging party mediocrity in viewing thcadventr Accordingly we return to the spot skilful blasting tion of the tune you wish him to learn est and thrift est of weeds Luxuriance his best ones and PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON whence divers small tunnels of im- Â¬ We have already noted some of the and he w 11 evidently pay part cular at- Â¬ of vegetation he has had from the out- Â¬ of Indians stole one of riyer of some new spiritual star niay adopt The penetrable blackness radate each of fossils of the vegetable life of long past tention to it Repeat it with exactly set but no Central Park grass Water- Â¬ and carried it across the to the river either the one or the other maniere deHazel Green Kr ranger tracked the horse Tenders his professional services to the citi us crams himself into an oblong box ages Here we catch sight of living the same time and expression say ing has only served to st mulate the and crossing he went to a noted resort voir Which aspect it will select foe zens of Wohc and adjoining counties Office on wheels and a of a dozen aud apparently spiders twenty t mes then give the bird a lit- Â¬ fierce energies of wild grass dandelions special contemplation depends on cirthriving Â¬ atresidencojan Broadway as they are called though they are colorless and diaphan- Â¬ tle ciuiet so that he may if he will and the commonest and ugliest of way Â¬ and there found his horse in the pos- cumstances- In general it may bo or so trams Muchee is at once set in moton by ous presumably from lack of 1 ght have an opportunity of imitating it If side weeds The man with a country session of a tawny warrior big war-Â¬ said that since the recognition of Tote two 0R good pony LTgh M IX a plump powerful horse He and perhaps also through insufiic ent he should make any attempt instantly ris ng early and peep ng out of his bed- Â¬ presupposes a power of com- This was sad to greatness not always granted medloc riors long ways has not seen daylight for eight years nutriment for what can thev find to give h m his reward coaxing and ca- Â¬ room window to see if haply the grass HAZEL GREEN KY the prehension we learn in answer to our question- Â¬ eat Not so the fungi wrhch hang ressing him meanwhde Being for a has come up during the n ght is hor induce the white man to purchase was rity the fact of distance Is more likely MSICIAN SDRBEOK AM ACCOUCHEUR not aware that he The uniform temperature than the fact of altiÂ¬ ings like huge puff balls from long threads bird possessed of strong reasonng r lied to descry through the white mist pony the Indianlawful owner Come to impressis only when supreme wis talking to the Teu4ers his professional services to the peo warmer in wnter cooler in summer rooted m the roof But they loo are powers he will soon discover why the black masses of varegatcd rankness tude It pie of Wolfe and adjoining counti s Office than on the surface suits the equine palo and almost substanceless so that across the river and Ill pay vour dom has justified itself as in the pre Â¬ worm or other brbe is given him and that have sprung up like Jonah residence en HazeiGreen Heights ct Once said the white man price of the true prophet that it3 constitution wonderfully and then if you hold a candle or even clap your before long he wll understand how to gourd jcross the river he turned to the Ind an dictions rightness is seen by the crowd there is do ra n underground Dark as hands against them they crumble earn it When once learnde the tuna Advice the man with the new coun- Â¬ essential and Tirs my HOTELS it is our bobbin has sense enough to to powder Looking at ths strange or tunes will never be forgotten but try receives in large measure tho and his friends stole said Now is got Otherwise the great man has had to Ive horse and you it step outside the tram rails at any stop- growth we think ot that imprisoned pass as it were into its song It is greater part of it retroactive Fall look for recogntion mainly from bis it again Ill see if I cant keep it Get peers and the slightly more numerous was reseued af-Â¬ rather a tedious undertaking but the plowing and harrowing page and so the trams pass Without miner who when he unlimited This was company of those whose heads rise of the river Doubtless many a ter many days of starvaton well nigh le iiilt is invariably satisfactory touching him A fertilzers in early spring and a sprinkÂ¬ on to your side the last straw The war ot Roanoke above the mists of contemporary prefu VT HAZEL GREEN KY whack on the heels has taught h m dead was found to be covered all over blackbird will also m tate other birds ling of oats in the original seeding are Is easy to see that this vulgar this lesson for the stringr of carts is face and hands and all with a kin- Â¬ very minutely and though there is litte now out of the question He is told to followed dce D S CODSEY Proprietor That was a terrible beginning The way ofIt Oh the horror of the variety n his natural song it s made sow white clover which will grow drawn by a loose trace chain only envisaging genius as marked dred plant Roanoke murdered his Patronage is respectfully solicited from Dont omit while going along this quietness andstillness in wnichafungus up for by its pure llute like tone and rapidly and k 11 out the weeds and he proprietor of his possessions burned divergence from common sense views goods stolon evetybody more specially the traveling road cut through rock and coal to could thus root itself and flourish on a lull volume It most read ly im tates does so but the white clover fails to the cry To arms was echoed from of thinfj may lead on to a condemna Â¬ pubucr First class accommodations and sat keen a good lookout for any curiosities living man tion ofit as a thinr unnatural and mis Â¬ the thrush but it wll catch many notes appear after three weeks patient vigil isfaction guaranteed if you are from thj nightingale to wheh bird it and the vigorous weeds profiting by hill to hill and the hardy militia was shapen For evidently sucb diverwe may pass only hold your head well Now for an adventure down or it wIl come in painful con- Â¬ venturesome our guide cries as we tone has most resemblance were it not constant cutting are constantly thick- Â¬ in the field The Indians plundered a gence bears a superficial likeness to ec tact with the timber props which sup Â¬ reach the top of a long steep incline for the introducfon of several harsh en ng out and cover ng the ground with place on the Nochaway and dressed centrcity Indeed as has been well HAZEL GREEN KT up in port the roof and wh ch rest at each worked by a steam engine and an end- Â¬ notes When kept in confinement it a coarse and tangled matting Sym- Â¬ themselves so as clothing stolen from said the original teacher has thlsmuch to surprise the man In common with the man mentally de Â¬ the whites Â¬ side on stout upright posts See there less rope Hid you ever try tobog is always advisable to bring it up when pathetic neighbors advise him not to JOHN H PIERATT Proprietor is a perfect Lej idodendron standing gan ng on snow This is a good sub- Â¬ young near to some good singing b rd mind the weeds but to keep the lawn who had obtained his horse at such a ranged that he Is ip a minority of on just as it grew when these dark places stitutethese bits of plank I havo had as it will thereby learn its neighbors cutter in moton since in the long run risk The Indians were sitting Busha one and when paTn3 are not token to run on one of song and intermixing the notes with they can not stand frequent cutting log near the creek and Nace to note the direction of the diver- t3PThe table is supplied with tho best in of the earth constituted a swampy made with a groove the market Jind flrst clas accommodation forest densely covered with reeds and the rails Sit on it so and off we go thrives under it But Judge Bell and a man named Sampler gence originality may readily be its own make a most agreeable song- while the grass will be furnished for man and beast exactly described what ster Canaries and Cagcbirds Oft we go ferns and trees of which the ornament- Â¬ the trouble is that the weeds do not were coming up the creek in search ofÂ¬ confounded wth the most stupid sin Â¬ and further a cursory al IMonkey shrub Araucaria ivibrica happened tor we kept tumbling over mind it either and there is neither Jernigans company Bell and Samp- Â¬ gularity And Sampler were out in a clearing MORGAN HOUSE ta is perhaps the best representative either on the rope at one s de or else fiance at the constitution of genius grass no rd over only the bare ground HIS RIGHTS ler walking on the hill at the foot of will suffice to show that the originator to compete wth them WEST UBEBTT KY anions our countrys present day against the rough rocky wall of this Nochaway saw flowed Â¬ How many thousands of narrow passage If the charm of to How an Arkansaw Netrro Secured His Due growths Thoughtful observers explain the which company the men all seated on a I of new and startling ideas is very apt a toshock the sense or common men by of years have elapsed since this trunk a bogganing consists in a judicious mix- Â¬ failure of the lawn by the absence of smart thinking they From a Railroad Company JAMES K COLE Proprietor and weroFernigans eccentricities in his manner of life A log Â¬ core of stone within but without the ture of speed and danger this method An old negro called on the President great shade trees the young grass be- men he shouted was man whose soul is being consumed by Hello boys actual bark witn its seaWike markings of gong down a colliery incline doubt- Â¬ before it has tme to get withered Patronage of the traveling public is re of a ralroad company Hobbling intr ing just a lookin forye and started to Â¬ the des re to discover some new truth - be extempor- Â¬ But for all pctfully solicited Table always supplied stamped out in solid coal waved its less resembles it closely root But shade can notwith the best in the market Stable attached spiky branches beneath the open cano- Â¬ that I should prefer to walk another the room he said ized B g trees can not be erected at a ward them Suddenly as he came or to give shape to some new artisttc py of heaven And yet through all time Look at me sah idea is exceedingly liable to fall below moments notice and a lavish use of e whistling oFa rifle ball near his the exactions of conventional society in Â¬ ASHLAND HOUSE Arrived at the bottom bruised and these aons pressed as in a girls al canvas covering and tent poles would Well what do you want bum fern fronds of most fragile and shaken we find ourselves in a sort of be painfully suggestive of a country neaa ana wun a yuu luu muiaus the matter of toilet and other small Money NEAB POST OFFICE of Bush who was Its height is perhaps cxqus te forms delicate as lacework dome of coal circus No the man with the new es Â¬ started in pursuit Bell was on horse- - businesses of life Among the many What for flying for life humorously pathetic incidents In the feels that it is a hopeless matter now TjEXIXGTOX KENTUCKY as if photographed on stone lie beÂ¬ fourteen or ntteen ieet ana m our in- Â¬ Dis heah holding out a foot from tate has indeed carpeted his lawn at back and hearing the commotion gal- Â¬ records of great men there is perhaps neath the enormous mass of super- experience we at once exclaim Ah He which three toes had been cut added strata perfect as when they snot this is more like the real thing greater expense than the new carpets loped to a deep ravine up which Bush none more touching than the futile at- BATES SEASONABLE CLASS PliST the manager answers you Ive got nothing to do with that and curtams wh ch his wife was anx-Â¬ was flying and Sampler on foot soon tempt of Beethoven to dress himself No their graceful stems up into the steam- Â¬ Well ei mighty fine lawyer tells me ious to have him buy but it is a torn overtook them and they found that he with scrupulous conformity to theviesr only a fault This is S0XS Proprietors ing air in which our coal measures are mistaken HEBOSWELL Leave me i nese pattern of nis day dowja in such lavish pro-Â¬ and will soon narrow down again to its dat yer has Wuz on one o yer trains and patched rag carpet unsightly to was seriously wounded were laid intutut Verily there be sermons in normal thickness of five or six feet tuther week when hit jumped de track the eye He is doomed to desultory boys said he I cant go any fur-Â¬ Century fusion But Bell proposed to get him CAMPTON HOUSE stones You fancy it is easier to hew the coal De lawyer ays dat I ken rekiver er weeding and melancholy reflections ther Not at aiT Kind They lifted him up but There are nar Â¬ thousan dollars Show us where thev are digging here quite otherwise con- Â¬ on the horse His meat is tears He mournfully CAMPTOIs KT Didnt jou once work is naturally the first re- Â¬ row bands of shale every here and the fesses that all flesh is grass and human the horse smelled the blood and re- Â¬ out the coal rvc ot my opinion of these dern carry him ndfold re- Â¬ road quest as we leave our comfortable ve-Â¬ there in these walls of coal and it hqpes as the flowers of the field N fused tohorse cried BellBland this the musical crtics in the newspapers ex- Â¬ Proprietcr ALEX i ASBURY cussed Yas sah 1 worked fur it twcet hicle quires considerable skill and care to Y Tribune pedient was resorted to with happy re Â¬ said the leader of a band in New York Were you not riding on a free While if Hits out of the trams But if riding was bad walking is keep sults and all three escaped Americus to his partner jJ the choicest vi Tfatable is supplied withcharges are reaÂ¬ worse if that can be called walking the hewer fails to send up his coal pass I was gwine np town in aBleeker Go Reformer No sah wuz rldin on de train ands In the market and the inquired where with bent neck and stooped reasonably clean it is condemned and Why whats the matter see odder day when sonable Special inducements to Commercial shoulders tall men progress with fre- Â¬ he gets no pay for it Yon know what I mean Then there is Didnt street kyah defive dollah bill in deI box tourists mule is the least enviable his friend Th5 mine a lady drop a quent head bumpings along a road of a oreater danger from falling stones when you have a free pass Bah theyre no good me an says Mistah of all useful beasts He never leaves No sah Til swar ter de Lawd I She looked at For example not j 13UC wnyr x always jotmu uKot paimuiiy iow puua oooa we come the roof is so high bill in lnn mTt afior hn otvpjs in pxrPnt Tir- I put a five Â¬ long ajro we nad an accident nere not didnt an more den dat I ken prube whatll f do says Speak dollah drivah Uanz in hia nlA ntrtw tnha hnfc- and -is A rirht decent where by the dusky light of a flickerw to the dat box 1 c w me IK TEE OLD EELUBIX ing dip we see a half naked collier without a comic side to it One of the it mo x tcvi m an hell fix it So she goes to de natient hftrd worfcine deeoiv abused - or- - knfnrtiafa the better to drivehis colliers was endowed w than immensely Miaraauis lying on his sde iC yuii aoJ uub iumy aaew OU drivah and she says Drivahr Y ve put animal His only recreation is kick- uivnv out pr ck into a narrow seam of coal while Whle he was at work a it long nose bad Just this I got Ing Cleveland Leader a five dollah bill in de box What shall Perposes ter hab my rights It Gn 1 do near by others are hard at vrork on sharp stone fell in front of him 4 the other night new unifocal ew in Â¬ WelL si- - what Interlocutor thicker veins hewing out big blocks of fortunately missed his head and would me ten dollars an a pass fur a year an did the driver say As near as we can discover the struments new everythihg asdwent Oh he was all HA3TIFOKD CONX OF interspersed with have dropped clear of any ordinary Til let de thing drap world is a place where everybody m nnnd to serenade four or fire of shin blackness until he her The money and the pass were given right He tole and to waitgive feT- - got ldel the is dumb when we want to talk and j them and by Cferia3 criti- Indemnity ot cataracts of small coal which other raortal but the projecting feature rln tVliiTh Deal In Iteliable hed to de stable d asvere Cheap Insurance men shovel rapidly into trams for con- Â¬ came in the way and from it a good him - where we are deaf when anybody else vo all had labored Buffalo Commercial AdverAs he Isobbled horse Thankee sah veyance to the upper regions It is a thick slice was cut lean off The man th uow uiu uutiiu iwy itc3 c sms on the music is tieir User Tried and Fire Tested busy scene for all these honest fellows suffered much pain nnd was laid aside do wn the stairs he muttered Wa n t Time Now thats watlcal 4 They don thave womans rights lec- - next awming too tefc wteea a friend for a long time but on his return to ridin on er free pass Wuz er stealn1 arc on piecework- rubbiK0 it on THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST Elevon thousand dollars a foot tnrers in England but the wmen get I ay ttaro As we go on to visit other workings work lis was complimented on the vast dat ride Dis pass is jes inter my ban I to do a little I arorv appearance and tiwine ter fetch ud fish frutn de baou frontwas Ui pree parl Tecently for the even just the same There are forty wants they eve wu y mm seeded S2Bt3t our guide stops at a point where a dis imurovement in nis ChlSK CAPITA em his niekname The Beak fell into dis- - J Huh dis ten dollar bill is ez putty tz a old Brandreth House propertyr oa thousand of them m London making several mor rebearaats A mcwiki n ed road runs down to the Agent HCHEJCsTION iv jr mscu p oauway iSew xorie iv jc pun j jttttuwicnes Traveler l new shirt 4eper and deeper still to tell us this s too Bkr -- 3ftreNtf Ttm- azd Green r l l Kt 0rerai COOPER 4 scv-aty-S- ve -- Â¬ Â¬ r Inn-r--Wo- uld J Â¬ I I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ATTORNEYS -- Â¬ V Â¬ -- hot-blood- ed Â¬ - Y Â¬ out-of-the-w- ay Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ st Â¬ Qf tt-a-- n 3 TTJXBEE XY HOUSE 3XErtaT hlotjse Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- i -- fr - Â¬ insure Your Property - B -- me m l f Mi Mm ommr Jmy -- i pp5 -- 5 - riht 1 s J r- - tA 45fc M i- - SJWajc i 3 r jar 3 -- s - pi 4BK- - s g Li 3 3 Lj V - i - j5- - r - J - i Tf l8p I jSaiLii f - r W 5 f f -- v appeared vheu the hiack aip was adjuat- - time I- vvas talkhig of leaving After I had an examining trial and warld his face was hid from view The listening for a time to her flattering over without bond whereupon X wasta- edaud itrfriltara i JUtoxce woras x went uuctr vrita ner ken to the Mt Sterling jail where I was i u BUC1U1 iOlJJUi UUU IU OlCJ UJJUU penned up for ten long months The Ettteret at the Hasel Greea Postoffice asi PAYSITHE PENALTY OF THE CRIME trap he moved up His arms were then months seemed like years to memndthe OFSTRICKLINES MURDER fcecou ciaib laail issuer tied and his leas pinioned All bellies mental torture that 1 had to undergo will pa180 for J only got 10 cents worth otcart take the arithmetic of eternity to tell ready Sheriff Center afc22 minutes During the ten months prior to my li n h liver gavo ono KY- - Uy XpatU Uivon tlie Gallows at Canitui should pay me for the coal In her accus iiui inai avioiuevinu xiaiuciu mx yic every wet Ht it circulation f in look at the poor doomed man and ex- Â¬ tomed way Against tins I entered un Caskoy and myself concocted a plan hy On Friday September 4tli 1S85 oreai wk4t eiick issue it is therefore- GENERAL Carre His Confesssion in 1 ull claiming in a voice mixed with emotion solemn protest We then had another which we removed a solid stone in the DJSE in stoek the LARGEST AND BEST ASOETilENT OP wuuvyearsI MERCHAN-THE WEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM JJavinjr the experience of ES EASTERN KENTUCKY ourliueor Sb JCawtarn KeHtscky 3U1 the Tate are Floyd you must go may God receive trouble at his house in which he threat- Â¬ wall making a place sufficiently large business we feel justified in asserting to the trade both WholesuVand Retail that we ened to kill mS it I ever came inside of through which we passed out and scaled I uo can and will meet tne wants oi our piuruus aim mase it w yonr jmeresv va patroaize- ljr those charged ly other mMk jw HewiRpcss Io not tliQ high Avail surrounding the jail and us We have an immense stoek of everything you want or need including Floyd Williams was hung at Campton your soul pulled the lever A crash of his premises W C -I left and went back to rnvnuothorV made good as we supposed our escape of Pate the falling trap was succeeded by the HERALD on Friday last for the murder was mortal of and lured to work for John Eoseagainl but Hatfield and myself were recaptured Strickline on the 21st day ot June 1885 stillness of death all that Floyd Williams hung suspended by a i put up fencing for Mr Bose and one and placed in jail again SPENCER COOPER Editor Sheriff Center and his guard arrived I want to return mv thanks to 3Iar-below the day while I was at work Stricklin came to me and fold me that he had done me shais Day and Punch and Mr Watson from 31k Sterling just about dusk Thurs seven eighth cotton ropajust HAZEL GREEN KY day evening bringing the condemned level of the scaffold while the people wrong and that he wanted me to come for the kind and benevolent treatment I for him I at their WEDNESDAY Live Stock and al kinds Country Produce SEPT 9 1SS5 man who has been in jail at that place breathed a prayer that his soul had back and work to talk to metold him that received taken to hands it was useless Campton had my final Leaf Tobacco was about it for I found rest with the God who gave it since the death sentence was passed upon taken in exchange for Goods or in settlement of Notea and Accounts I was going to work for him anv r trial and was sentenced to death I was J T F DAY The crowd quickly dispersed and the more not 3fYour trade is respectfully solicited him The people many of whom were forced into trial without having two of 4X0SmCEKSK7S He went back home and again sent mv most important witnesses present on hand to witness the execution next physicians present Drs J H Stamper J C SWASGQ corrjsrr judge and A Congleton of Campton Drs J his wife to see ine Ttold her that Pate The sentence was a hard one but I shall E B MAY day rushed to see him while the guard TVe are authorized to announce G B B Taulbee J Mason Kash and F M and I could not get along together and endeavor to bear up under it like a man SWANGO candidate for re election as awaited the coming of Jailer Creech if I went back he would kill me or I it 100KS naru ior one to oc cut on so cany CWnty Judge subject to the action of the Only a few however succeeded in shakÂ¬ Thomas of Hazel Green Dr Moore of would kill him and that I did not want in life from all its sweets and pleasures dcHJGcnttic party God does all things well hands with him before the jailer ar Frenchburg and a Doctor from Stanton to hurt him She went hack home and but be it so to announce J C ing We are authodzed pronounced life extinct at the expiration the- next evening he came again and will observe the four down- Â¬ The reader SWAKGG a candidate for the office of rived among them The Herald man dis- Â¬ subject to action of in reply to whose inquiry as to the pris- of 17 minutes The body was fhen cut told metothat he wanted to give me a ward steps in my short history first CoKMty Tadpe of Wolfe chance make something and would obedience to parents second bad compa- Â¬ the democratic party MAYTOWN KY oners health FJoyd replied that lie felt down and placed in a plain neat coffm rent me a piece of ground My reply ny third drunkenness and fourth a COUNTY CU2KIC fondness for bad women These as a Keep constantly on hand everything kept in a first class country store Wc do as well as lie evoc did in his life and he His neck was broken by the fall In com- Â¬ was TVe are xothorized to iinnounce DA Â¬ Pate you and I have come very general thing go together and the re- nofecure trade by misrepresention but by fair and honest deairngr - Wcv carry candidate for re clcfction as certainly looked the picture of health pliance with the last request of Williams VID HOGG CoHBtr C3erk of Wolfe county tubject to while a smile played around his mouth the sheriff delivered his body to his fa- nearly killing each other two or three sult if not exactly like mine is alwaysÂ¬ times and I fear if I were to go to work fearful I trust my sad and to me un- The Largest and Stock of Goods and sell for aetienef tkc Democratic party After supper we received a message ther Jeptha Williams who had it bur- Â¬ ior vou tnat one or me otner or us fortunate fate will be a warning to all CmCtJIT CLEKK- Least IVIoney of any House in Town- young men 11 1 coum mil reean tne authorized to announce W F from him asking us to bring him a copy ied on Holly on Saturday morning a few would be killed We are But after his repeatedly promising past how different would my course bej We have also connected with our business ELKIK a candidte for re election as Cir of Ids confession One was taken him friends being present at the obsequies that he would do me right I told him to But the die is cast and I am only waiting Wolfe county subject to ac and cait Clerk of after reading it carefully he stated HIS riCTTRE AND CONFESSION A First Class Steam Flouring and Saw Mill go on home and I would come that even- Â¬ to be pushed off from friends and the as- Â¬ tion of deeeratlc party that it was correct He asked for a ci- ing and see linn I went according to sociations of other days by a shameful and will guarantee satisfaction antliorizecl to announce A P We are Bespcctfully e promise Pate seemed glad to see me death on the gallows My father and TJY11D a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk gar and we lianded him one when he and he and his wife took me out and mother gave me gpodt advice and loey of Welfe cottHty subject to theaction of the intimated that he was ready to be interSWANCO deikocratic party showed me the field that he proposed are in no way responsible for my conduct viewed Wc asked him how he felt renting me While out in the field he I had a disposition to do as I pleased We are authorised to announce THOS JOHNSON a candidate for the office of about the part he was to play in the asked me if I was not afraid of him mid which has brought others together with C Cireait Coart Clerk of Wolfe county subÂ¬ drama next day and he replied Death I told him only in oire way that was my self v to a debauched and wretched ject te the taction f the deiaoeratic party can come only once to any man I die that he would beat me out of something end O that the innocence of childhood ASXSSOK and then he said if I feared anything of wa again mine When 3 think of the Wc are authorized to announce W G to morrow and another may die next that kind we would draw writings and past look to the future and see the gal- Â¬ DEJVLCU IX WT CBUEY a candidate for the ofiice of day The only difference is that one let Bev James Little hold them We lows and on beyond the bounderies of Assjcssor of Wolfe counry subject to action man may die in bed another be shot did so The day I went there I bought time and spaceto the Judgement my c of democratic party a hog from George Miller and Pate was heart bleeds within me and 1 instinctive- Â¬ while I shall die upon the gallows He COUSTT ATTORNEY to furnish me corn to fatten it with and ly recoil and would were it possible We are aatljorized to announce J G said he felt as sure that he would pass I was to give him a days work for each pray to be swept off by a decree of anni- Â¬ HAZEL GEEEX KENTUCKY XYKENS a caadidnte for the office of Coun- - into another and better world as he did bushel of corn I got The hog was fat- hilation But this cannot be I must Wolfe subject to action of tv Attoraey of tened according to agreement and I kill- Â¬ die and then stand before the great that we were then reclining upon the matKEEPS COXSTAXTLY OX 1IAXD A FULL ASSOITrEnXT OF tae ee0crauc party ed it but he took the meat and put it in Judge ofjthe earth O my soul be on thy tress in the jail that he had prayed to SCUOOI SUPUItrSTKNDEXT the smokehouse and would not let me guard and O GoDJiear my prayer I Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Cloth mg We are authorized to anuounce H N God as he best knew how and that have any of it We then had a few do not see how I am to meet my doom HOBTON a candidate for School Superin while upon his knees and while Bev Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware n J word when we drew our revolvers and notwithstanding I have become harden- Â¬ lendent of Wolfe county subject to action B Deering of Mt Stealing was praying Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ had it not heen for his wife and John ed by crime and have in the past cared of the democratic party Whisinan one or the other of us would very little for anything But let the We are authorized to announce JXO with him in the jail at that place the ies Stoves and Farming Implements stoutest heart see danger ahead especial- Â¬ have been killed 3L HOSE a candidate for the office of School night before he had been pardoned of I went and cleared off the ground put ly death and it will of necessity be con- Â¬ In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOM PItTCES SaperiBtendent of Wolfe county subject to his sins He looked it His face shone the action of the democratic party it in corn and worked it over the first vulsed and tremble under the apprehen Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due me all kinds of Standing as I do viewing the rapid time when he claimed that I had not sion of danger But i can say 111 the Country Produce and Live Stoek of every description SURVEYOR with gladness He apparently looked We are authorized to announce H B forward to the coming day as one of and solemn approach of death I feel cleared off the ground according to con- - language of the sacred poet telling should KASH a candidate for Surveyor of Wolfe much joy He thanked us for Show pity Lord O Lord forgive The it to be an imperative duty that I owe to tract more at me that I was thenot work county subject to action of the democratic Let a repenting rebel live evening any it This party Herald which we bed sent him every God to make a full confession of the before I killed him He and I went to Are not Tnv mereics large and free May not a sinner trust in Thee I re- Â¬ George Millers blacksmith shop and week since he was captured at this place heinous crime I have committed alize fully that if any untrue statement there we had another trouble After I am not prepared to die but I know The editorial in The Heeald of last last spring After handing him some wore to be made by me that God would the trouble had been settled he started God is a God of love and not willing week had a decided effect in the preser- - mora cigars we remarked that he would bring me into account for it I make home and I told him I would give him that any should perish but rather all would turn and live I mean God be- Â¬ vadoa of order on Triday last at Camp- - perhaps not feel like sleep and the cigars this confession knowing that Goi will the corn to find him out would help console him To our sur- Â¬ not look upon sin with the least decree After he returned home his wife came ing my helper to be prepared when the ton The trustees of the town ordered Is now mnnnfaeturim Ten different styles of Plain and Fancy Wroiurht Iron Fencing- and of allowance the shadows of death fall- Â¬ to me while I was at Georgo Milier sit- fearful crisis comes the marshal to summon 50 polieemen prise he replied that he would sleep as ing upon me and the eternal rewards af-Â¬ ting on the yard fence and told me that Now as the time of my execution is at are ready to take contnu ts for puttimr up same Persons wanting a strietlr Wrought Iron Fence and that the best in the world can buy no other We also make a stvfc and they had a special detail to look out soundly that night as he ever had We ter death Pate was aiming to kill me next morn- hand I say to all my friends Fare- Â¬ adapted to enclosing country burying grounds Our Fences are not only the mot siilr 1 was born and principally raised in ing I told her I gucs ed she was mi ior any one who might offer to sell intox- then accompanied hy Bev W L Stamwell Soon this well wrought frame stantirl but the handsomest ever made and a yard enclosed by one of them is greatly per withdrew bidding him a pleasant Breathitt County Ky I would be 22 and she replied that he aid he aim of mine must sleep in the cold embrace enhaneosl in beauty aud value Our Machine Department Is supplied with the mormdtf icating liquor the Tcsult of which was years old on the 24th of July next Aly She then ask of death and my spirit fly to other crn niaehmerv and our workmen cannot be excelled in skill experience or houust per- Â¬ that not a disturbance occurred during nights rest He thanked us and asked opportunities liave been limited I nev- Â¬ ed to kill Ime if he lived kill him and I worlds O God may it rest in Thy bo-Â¬ formance of their duties Ve llEPAIIi ALL KINDS OF MACUJXERY and make a was going to ed me if that dav Late in the evening there us to call again Tit the mornimr He re er went to school but three months My said to her Yes I am She then said som secure from all the storms and per- Â¬ speensly ot was some slight disturbance but fortun- Â¬ minded Bev Mr Stamper that he wish- Â¬ parents did all they could to get mo to If you ever aim to do it now is the secutions of life Shun as you would a ed to be baptized next morning at 9 go to school church etc but all their time for he aims to kill you I told her deadly serpent the past habits of my ately iio loss of life The town authori- Â¬ ITo other shop outride of Louisville can say the iine entreaties were worthless and let the little mound that shall me OK F na ill to hkl twA rll that would U11L1 1 Ja Oil Ul 1IU lUi 4 r iiIlCIU1 itli a lliU Ull Hill UU VII lln All Ull V JT ties deserve great praise for the prompt oclock Thus we left him On Friday attribute - sad condition upon measureI be go on back home and day he stayed lifequietly over my sleeping dust be a in a sit killed sometime next tiiliviOs tnriiirliPil- An nrmlTfiii to I o it which they acted in the mat-Â¬ morning he ate very heartily of a choice to disobedience to parents Had I taken at George Millers until about dark and warning to you annaer in T ter and the people those who sometimes breakfast furnished him by the jailer their advice instead of being incarcera- then I went down to the blacksmith To my father mother brothers and and spent sometime in reading his testa- ted in jail I might have been as free as shop took the gun out through a crack sisters it breaks my heart to say that drink desexre equal praise for abstain last heavens atmosphere or limpid that must separate it above Mr in at a time when so manv women and ment At about 930 oclock a M Bev waters of pure own native hills theWhen I and taking a fence cornerMillI ers house word trump shall sounds us until the my Farewell slept up loud hid it in children were present for with all the W L Stamper had him taken to Swifts was 9 years of age family troubles caused stairs at Geo Millers house that night God knows I love you and would love to precaution those inclined to drink could Camp Creek and he there baptized him me to leave the parental roof arid go out The next morning while I was putting live to enjoy your company but the in DEALER IX have secured liquor On the whole all by immersion while the crowd rendered into tliis cold hearted world to do for on my shoes the clock struck n I went eitable has come lam heartily sorry appropriate vocal music He was re- myself Unfortunately being associated and got the gun and then went up the for bringing this gad disgrace upon you deserve praise for the quiet peaccahle with boys of immoral habitsl Formed a Lige Branch as is called which But my only hope is in God Try to 111 order of the day and the fact that in so turned to the jail and just before 1 thirst for strong drink and this thut heads up against the it corn field whore he live in such a way as that we may meet B J tgi u 2 a v If BSfriV li AV J Al S large an assemblage 4000 there was no oclock the sheriffs guard formed and grew upon me until I became a drunk- Â¬ was killed When I got about half way in a better world than this O if I had UUILUU ard But when under the influence of up the branch fearing that the gun died when I was young then you could disturbance will go far to advance the he was brought out Â¬ the graces of liquors I was always harmhave interests of our section Whenever we The procession was headed by two intoxicating kindly towards all and if would not fire I shot it off the bullet hood pointed to of immitatiou my child- JIT STERLING KY NO 10 3IAIX STREET less feeling If after its worthy small beech stood convince capitalists that neither their guard then came Sheriff Center Floyd previous troubles existed when under penetrating aof the hraneh tree that firing coming to the years of maturity I had After on the bank of in persons or property are in danger in this Williams and Bev W L Stamper who the spell of intoxication I always made the gun I found that I did not have any died in defense of the right tlien you were immcdiatelv followed bv Hon J it a point if 1 had done wrontr to make more bullets and so I studied for quite a could have pointed to my death with section then will they come among us and CLOCKS FROM ONE 100 DOLLAR UP M Kash and Spencer Cooper of The reparation as far as poible I would while how I should manage I started hearts swelling with gratitude for my he- Â¬ help us develop the great wealth we 1U rvj o I lixw v iVti 300 say to all young men bnun the flowing back down the branch after debating the roic valor If I had died at my post of Itave To that end let ns canvince them Herald then the main bodv of the bowl J Sisjo VW J duty doing what I could to make the matter in my mind for a time I then and Album i p5wJ7j that we aregow and will continue to be shferiffs guard commanded by Charley My employment has been principally stopped and putting my hand hi the world better by having lived in it then Eight Day Clock SOLID SILVER WATCHES lZStiW Jj law abiding peorjle If the good citizens Cardwcll and Buck Combs of Breathitt that of a farmer When in the employ right hand pocket of my pants I found you could have referred with no small T nroo of anyone 1 always did what I could for a piotol ball that I had carried for some degree of pleasure to my efforts But Oliver 1 latcd Sjpoons vrill only make an effort in that dircc-- marched in order and kept the immense J3Tni tieular attention paid to Repairing Call and see m v roods their interest and satisfaction In the time I put the ball in my mouth and as it is I die all covered with shame and throng from crowding the procession tion we can soon do so Selah disgrace and you can only refer to me as year 1882 my mother and together with until and the prisoner When only a few two brothers and a sister Imoved to Gill chewed it loaded it was perfectly round a murderer and having met one of the my gun again I then and then J il tl Creek Wolfe County and lived proceeded to the field where he was aim most shameful deatlis known to the world Fathers Advice to his Sox ily steps from the jail however the mother more year upon the farm of Joseph D ing to work that day and took my posi Â¬ But will not God wipe out the dark spots son I have heretofore presented you with and sister of the prisoner broke through that ESTABLISHED IN Graham During that time I was una- Â¬ wait- Â¬ on my character and Make me whiter copy of the Holy Bible If jou study the guard and fell upon his neck at the ble to do anything scarcely inasmuch as tion in the corner of the fence and was than snow and when I die take me to a ed until he came up where his plow only one hook let that be the Book as the same time giving veut to their grief in my dissipated habits had brought about He hitched bis horse and put the line on rest in the lap of Peace Farewell truths it contains are able to make you cries of distress and anguish For a mo- Â¬ a trouble that rendered me perfectly use- his hand clucked to the horse and FAREWELL ment those nearest were paralized with less In addition to disobedience to pa- then I fired the fatal shot that sent his OF MT STEELING- wise unto salvation rents and drunkenness I formed an at- Â¬ soul into eternity and for which I am to I herewith present you with a copy of surprise but Sheriff Center quickly see- tachment for lewd and vile women be hung on the 3d day of July After I Total Assets of Agency recent lition of Websters Una ing the situation feelingly called to the which precipitated me into a state that shot him I laid in the same place and the 1SS5 Eoyal of Liverpool 31000000 00 1S6I London and Lancashire T bridged Dictionary If you study only guardj and the two women were removed nerved me for the ace for which I now same position abjut one half an hour 1K IG Liverpool and London ot Laverioor In Sheep Russia and Turkey Bindings 00 00 and Globe of England 30875000 00 1S10 uxrtioni oi iiarttunt Had it not been for associa- Â¬ His wife and little girl were in about ten xtr nan t two looks let this he the other as it is The prisoner then turned partially around languish Mercan- Â¬ 1800 North British Sprinselrt ot SprinfIiI- - LHSsmLts rti i lewd and vile I to day him C not only a dictionary unsurpassed in the and handed a pocket knife through the tion with thefree man The next year steps of him wheninI shot direction of my tile of England 33301000 00 lG3 Firemens Fund would be a the I then starfJed 1794 Lis Co of North America forn in spelling pronunciation and definition of guard line to some one with the request being 1883 my mother moved to Lacy mothers and when I reached the branch 97IG1HS 33 1SQQ Northwestern National of Philadelphia words hut it is also an encyclopedia of in- Â¬ that it be given to his father Again he Creek and lied upon the farm of John that I went up 1 hid the gun behind a 1710 Sun Fire Oflieeof London 5SUJ000 00 1 7 t Niatrara of New Yorfc 1 JtS r nv X 7ff--1t Of 1lnlT- v r Tmiilnn uuuu formation in its Vocabularies of persons brought out of his pocket a small purse D Bose While- there I met for the log After reaching home I stayed theie 7m ivili f j iow jiniiiiii J iisur t i iiui tlHisSO 00 Insurance in order to be reliable must he guaranteed by successful and well known and places noted in Fiction Scripture and a piece of plug tobacco and handed first time with Mrs Strieklin at her until about 9 oclock when I together house at a party and owing to certain with John Bose John Whisman and my corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental companies bsinit dear at ureTiriee Greek Latin and Geographical Xames them to some one Xo other incident overtures from her she and I became brother went over to Stricklins house The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their ronrcantfefW thev Biographical Dictionary Quotations Pic- Â¬ was noted until he passed into the en- very intimate This intimacy continued There met my gaze the man that I had would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds In trust Look tojtmUivthe torial Illustrations c making it a book closure which surrounded the gallows for about 8 months during which time killed and the feelings that came over paramount consideration of insurance llepcetfully a ilQFFutSc we were plans we io which you will have occasion frequcnt- - about a quarter of a mile from the jail might concoctingrftricklinby whichfirst me 1 cannot describe When I stepped Office At Traders and Deposit Bank Her gt rid of into the house there were 15 or 20 per y to refer during life President 31a when he mounted the steps two at a time plan wu to poison him and ratsbane as sons in the room and they all gave me f te leading to the platform upon which he she supposed was secured and put in his ueh a look that I wa thorourldy con The Unabridged is nowhisupplied at n small ad-rion Female College i B F McCoioncx jjjjus uniuirii cusi wiiu TTvrcnincj jr osu was to make his farewell speech A few eoOee but it did not have the desired vinced that they believed me to bcjruilty PATENT REFERENCE INDEX efleet so I am of the opinion that the The reader has doubtless heard it said Our compositor Mr H G Herndon persons whom he had chosen then took The greatest improvement in book making that MODEL PLANING HillC FROZEN CREEK lias been made in a hundred ycara was summoned to testify hefore the TX position with the sheriff and others on stuff was not ratsbane or if it was that that a guilty conscience neexk no ao The Cut gives but an incomplete idea of its utility - Kentucky Breathitt County she failed to put in enough of it cuier This 1 know to be true from ex- Â¬ S Court at Louisville this week and the rear end of the platform and sung THE STANDARD She then proposed to make him drunk perience Being conscious of the magni- Â¬ it has 118000 Words HAVE 1UST RECEIVED AND OPENED E we had no time to supply his place Jesus Keep me Near the Cross which and while in a state of intoxication she tude of the crime I had committed I be-Â¬ Gr JmtteLstcr23ngravingsr anda Xow the finest line in both nualitvand varietvof I jL 3000 Klorranliical Dictionary Manuractnrerv of ami DeaTcrm This coupled with thefaet that we were he selected and in the singing of which would knock him in the head with an lieved that the people could read guilt Standard in Govt Printing Office SPRING ax and then report that I had killed him upon my countenance SUMMER GOODS asooo copies in Public fcchoola away two days last week makes us a lit- Â¬ he joined The hymn ended Bev W in self defence Rough and Dressed LaeifiuDin When she made this Mrs Htricklin then motioned me to of any otner series Sale so tle late this week and the paper not so L Stamper offered up a prayer and the proposition 1 told her that I would not come into the kitchen This 1 did Then FT aid to make a raially intelligent ever brought to the mountains and will sell A Kest help for SCHOlAKS them cheaper than the same class of spoils good as usual Wc note these circum- Â¬ sheriff immediately afterward informed have anything to do with a thing of that she told me to be careful how I talked SASII BLIXDS TJiAUHiiiis ana suuuujws can be had elsewhere In Eastern Kentucky kind feeling at that time that it would and giving me a bottle she told me to go stances over Tvhich wc have no control the xrisoner that he might speak to the Webster Is Standard Authority with the U S AXI A1X K1XDS OF ErttDlXG Court Recommended by the State Money Saved Is Kloney Made iLtfsfctiVt - people Williams then walked to the be wrong to take such undue advantag to Elsberry Littles and get a quart of Supremo Schools in 3G States and by over fiO that our friends may pardon onr shortof anyone After abandoning that plan brandv I made a quick trip and on Supts of Therefore he viie and place vour nionev corner of the scaffold and made a short he came home one night while I was at my return I was arre ted and put under College Presidents comings and we hope they will 3IK STERLING K5 where will the met jjood Wli IN rrsEiiF A UBRAIIYthe quantity oi matter It WILL ItSELL do vouMOKE GOODS FOll speech to the crowd about 4000 persons his house and found me lying on his bed a guard consistbig of seven men viz YOU The latest edition in contains is believed to bo the largest volume OND DOLLAR than anvhodv We mean JOB3T Wis visited the public school at this requesting the people to abstain from He was very drunk having been to Ha- Â¬ Robt Rose Henry XickeH Fielden Cox It has 3000 any other Am its vozel Green and rushing upon me drew James Little Robert Lindon Henry publishedthan are found inmore Words in Dicty all we say and if you are at all doubtful call cabulary place under the control of 3Irs 3fary the use of intoxicating drinks to let his revolver and snapped it twice while at our new store and satisfy yourself that we tUAUK IX and nearly 3 times Uio number of Engraving Stamper and Leander Drookn have what you want sdl you need nnd Kickellj and were well pleased with the cards and lewd women alone and quit pointed at my breast I then asked him After we left Stricklins we went to It Is the best practical English Dictionary not ask the earth moon and stars ior it will extant London Quarterly Eevicw manner in which she is conducting her carrying pistols He reminded young what he meant and he replied I mean Geo ATillcrs shop and Miller ran out Oar store one located at and reliable It is an ever present family S scliool the mouth of is a bran new immediately on to kill you with a large navy pistol cocked on mc Frozen creek school Mrs Nickell labors hard to adÂ¬ men present that those were the princi Â¬ Bcrald master to ttio whole Mrs the banks of the Kentucky river and the and pushed and told me to tell where that gun was G C MERHIAM CO Pubrs Springfield Maa 3IOUNT STEKLDTG KY vance the interests of her pupils for pal causes of his trouble of the death me out Stricklin jumped up Leave stock in it is bran spankbi new also con Â¬ at the door saying or he that I not out of the shop My reply was hich she deserves great praise he was soon to die and begged them will kill you sisting in part of She then said to me tnat l know nothing ot tne gun nop- COACHERS NXi ROADSTERS A SEE-nTQPr LGaQjJl to let such things alone He said he Where is your revolver I told her iug of course to get out of the trouble I CIALTY Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats i Polk Mitchell a street car driver and had been forgiven and hoped to meet it was at my mothers If I had of had had gotten into The guard took the pis- - The Trustees of this institution liavc my revolver that night nun wfc tne services ot tot R Boots Shoes Hardware c late deputy chief of police ChatanoGga them in heaven Askiug their prayers killed him I wentto I would have me irom harmanu Kept mm irom doing insnin securedthe third term willifrot js i or Louisville can lvvc iwu k Cincinnati rlv commence mothers that any ior winch l take tins HAYS and was murdered by a negro rough at that he bade them all farewell turned and night After receiving such treatment method of tlumking them bat I must AUGUST 31ST lSo and continue ten 10J No store in this section would be complete me and rest assured thai they vBtarwiv everr atteireon be watered Jl r place last Sunday because of his eject walked to where the sheriff stood and at his hands I was still not fully per- Â¬ say that they did not treat ma as a pris- months Green Is the most desirable loca without having everyfchuijr for the accom Â¬ -m1 tiaMn1 Solieltin vmm- - KHsmmWr ftiix Hazel modation of the people hence we earry VMCfcUIHJ rw main Yours truly - JU1XEEF AC ment from the car for oljseenc language told him he was ready That official suaded to kill him Next day I hired oner ought to havo been treated They tion in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky to work for Jno D Bose About a week tku me with a rope put a chain around and noted for the advantages it has in Sun- and Fancy Groceries thenlegan to adjust the noose about the after that Pate came there and tried r the preseuce of ladies to my leg and fastened me to a bed post dy sehool churches temperanee societv in such abundance and varietv iucludin prisoners neck and many looked to see get me to go and work for him I told as though I was a ferocious animal and and health Co flour mesl bacon salt coSee sugar cf This school presents advantages which that we can sell them very cheap or will Â¬ Several items of interest are nnnvoidr him break downj hut in that they were him I could not do it for we could not not a human being This added to the Wholesale 5ea2erjs r ably left out of this issue not so much disappointed He was is compoed as ffet along- together He went back home enormity of the crime that I had com are not equalled in the State in many par-n change with you for country produce ex Dry Goods Notiotsai tieHiarSj ana issruiure is- uenneu to wonc l Imfc Those Owing Us Must Pay Usl space but for lack of Jiclp though it were his happiest jnomen tin and sent his wife -to secune She asked mitted made my conditional bad one to our country which will be felt for me to come back- and worJrfqr Pate liiifcl Jforgjve thorn all and hope they Terms reasonable for both tuition and and well have 713 and 717 11fer 3SiXa monkey lag about the TDeis we wlli jcmkavorao remedwnext lifef not a muscle wasseen to mover Ids as she always calicdvlitm jm adding that I treat another nrTsnnftr as thev ooaxd Iror terms se aniur io mailer jltfcfpegtfulfyi ev between 7th and 5th OUISViLLE JTR countenance did not change rek - hyjtmagaillheacws Thushe she did uot want ne to go off At that tipatcd mc Prof N B HAYS PriBSnal DAY BROg Jwxentimr ltepreaentca ly T sx I MSMAks yr rEElum 1111 if je - FLOYD WILLIAMS - DAY vl ill r 1 JM i lWi 1 wmm B HASEL GEEEN Â¬ STrTHE kl toaHily i Â¬ DRY ClOOOS PtOTIOMS9 CLOTHINCy Boots Shoes Hats Caps Drugs Crpcerles Queensware Hardware Saddlery Cutlery i 3 1 MAY SYANGQ - Â¬ Dealers inGeneral Merckanise Sest - Â¬ the Â¬ Â¬ SAY -- o 1EAL MERCHANDISE Â¬ Â¬ f t Ifllii ppfipp 11 11 T LING mlm liuli iOliulj lulululj Qumrnlng VI ii IMblUliO MjiPillP Po - UlL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ aken Â¬ Â¬ nd Hammering Saws V 1X3 4 jv v 4 nXi 1113- -- Â¬ B BEAN Supt Mt Sterling Ky Â¬ -- Â¬ m Â¬ Ill UUWUilJ UM UMfUllHLiU ii W3 Largest Stock V V Clocks Eastern Kentucky t HIJI 1LT7G 1845 Â¬ Â¬ iie Leading Insurance Agency KY Si43S433730apV 1 of-Cnl- i- Â¬ WEBSTERS UWABRIBG EIX 4 - - lfl Ti TV Â¬ 1 1 I- - i 8 j r JeCGBMIGK r JVn I l IB J Jt 4- Â¬ EESiR - - s FINE HOBSEB -- rZr -- sg c -- f -- wrti 3 -- nazei r2 v rva wi Â¬ Â¬ Stape Davis Mallory m -- - wtf T - -w- Kr-riever vm gut -- -- mzsezxMZssezzz aaBC3X - T ri-- ayC- - IWrJf inrfa - fetivaJatSrtfv i J- a jrfc ill - i -- L - -- ffcsi Si V V- - V5 j v -- -- - Aa 3T SSSSSSSSSSSSSSS x - - ci sv -71 vfl-K- 7sssv--j3LBBr-- i - - fPf1 v -- t - v r IIiSb s II - A 2i- - TrV IIIIUM i - - - - -- - 1111 -- - nsSKs5ssB3ai Hjt 4jv -- - yJ CA xv- w JT 5feiEJ25afSaE3tSSS5rt2 -- aS X S - Geeen jUwsys TBrTJATvn i ii i tSe3Har z Yar in Adrarce correspondent In every1 week a short time he devolving upon them precinct 1h w oimiIesbf Wolfe Mor- - v ouldbe SI years old He came from North I We were glad to see so manv of the teachers C aroImasitun early day aad settled at this take part In tne discussion of the various an HmtltlM TmiifPA fnnfTin Ue S38 lri evcr ore a lack hat- subjects placed upon the programme but PIac eH Elliott Erfill Pf rrv ami Vlnv T iniwayji preienng wnue never wore a pair think they might do better yet -J r 7i r -- JOsD opaars vim aninifiu tnein ami never wore Those who took the more active part were j i to vxise lor terms hut one necktie and tliat was when he was Messrs James Eeed W S Itobinson Char- ideate c when he was married The hair ou one side he Ilieronymous and J G Thoraas there j of his breast is while on the other side were many others who might have said TIWE TABLE i macK him relate in- - many goodthings if they oalyhad confidence It is auiusius io j Kt8sjy mg South Atlantic Railway I Mu uwt haPCUed tohear in days him to trv Eace Seventh George Streets hB sun sct ln a ckar Wc must not neglect to express our apStanOkra tiiau J jiiinuts slower than 51u r Hays manner Btcrin timc Heiin T Snradlintr who had been probation of thethe youngin which Mrs place folks at this Killed together Xe lleavesMt Sterling at 7 a nt arriving spending a few jvetks here for his health the short space of three uieu last hundar mormnir quite un expect- - withinexcellent entertainment days anuave t sxaiosuKeii at54ua in us an se z leaves iioutweit at a ah arrives at j euly it is now thought lie Jtacl eOHSump This Institute closed on Thursday the 28th 3It Sterling at lhT0 i m j tion 31r Spradling ras a youn man of - ar-- great promise bur let us remember man when the following resolutions were adopted Xo 3 levei 3Jt Sterling at 140 p mItcsolvcd Thai we extend our thauks to rives at Bbthwrfl at 3r20 p m projoses and Goi disjioses Miss Lillie Mahan for the use of her organ Na 4 leaves liothwell at 345 p nu arrives DEALERS IX The building committee of the M E and io Mrs G E Kelly Mrs N B Hays ju iu oicfiiuji at u p in Church South estimate of the for their ex2 connects at ift-- Sterling with 1105 a twlnlIZi ybAf j hasK made an ttlt Ait AAiriiIL4ijl and all others who took part music jt cellent vocal and insrumcntal t i t - Jffeata - T nd Jik l0r ture on uuties ana responsibilities ot teaear crs will cause many of them to rerurri to 3LYTOivsr Soot Wn iCqx fS3J their rcspecteve schools with a much better jf Jtfjil Iti vergave iisai pie asant call last knowledge of the responsibities aild duties COUNT - morgan memory fw roaH day benqo j THEJOlilSHlLLiTQBliMPM Wholesale and BQtail Healers in i andreportcthain H WILLMOT P8 1it 7 i Sit 5v Ih mm ta tr ve JL s mm DRY GOODS fe m a l s- f- lit f lTrmnjTftJ - ti i imzp ffj e J ft 9 j S2 3 Sg 3 a 15 5 WHOLESALE AND EETAIL VJ w cnts We are anxious to sell Our Goods CARPETING and will make our prices right Cincinnati O MM he Water of 1 Ife iJl Afflicted Humanity IHOH IS KING uUIllii ninufn- - -- Â¬ 1 - 5 LYTLE CO Orders filled promptly and carefully We hayea big drive in a Box toe Boot at 350 extra good Coxae and see me These springs are located three quarters of a mile from the beautiful towir of Hazel Green Tin water csntaros A larger per eeatage of iron than any other water kuoAvir hence it is the most valuable m the ehre of disease used -- i50 If the done amounting o 3 eonaecta Mt Sterling with 1105 a mittee succeed in getting 300 from eonithe Church Extension Board y train from Louisville and Cincinnati will soon be completed the church edifice XS HoHtgoxnery county court day special leaves itothwellcu the 3rd Monday in each j May Swango are cutting an immense laeiiik at J39 su uu arrivjngit MU Sterling amount of poplar lumber which they expect HeUirninj leaves Mi sterling at mi mij in ine near iiuure to lioinwen ivy - atSsniarriving at Jlothwell at 430 p m Doubtless the enteqirise will pay y3p Leaves Uothwell for Mt Sterling at 5 pm J H Colin has purchased shingle ma-Â¬ GEO IK UAltPlt Supt chine and ha it in successful operation near Uncle Arch Days Mr Hale is running his sorgum mill HAZEL GREEN KY and evaponitor near here 9 1885 Pii Yvi atvr icj - lirr tTarS iAiuiumrr inl reaches iw to Work has already iiuwhciiu LUic uuu hr inniuurrr r r ik I Â¬ a WEDNESDAY SEPT house and lot atFlat iiock jgiFTransient advertisements inserted There are about 40 on the sick list this atT5 eets per inch first insertion and 25 week Dostek cents ii inch each subsequent insertion Rev J P Ioekhart has purchased a if e 5V 7 Died At his resi- Â¬ dence on Grassy Creek Win K Murphy After a protracted illness he quietly passed HAZEL GREEN KY 2 o away ou the 4th inst at 9 oclock A i lie Stands at the head of Low Prices with evÂ¬ Ureens Xiniment removes knots and was a large farmer and much liked by all H W cor Pearl end Walnut erything you want In all enlargements on horses or other stock who knew him The burial service was conducted by llcv D G Combs of Ezel SiG cure no pay- - Sold liy J- - T F Day Swnngo Springs He was buried on his fathers farm now GOODS Correspondence Paris Kontueldan O He leaves a wife - Mrs Lizae Kash living near town on owned bv Dink Murphv Boots Slioes Hats Clotlibi Coi Cuapdock Being weary of the is large family object Saturday last sent us sit Irish potatoes of that a real and a of pity arelatives anil heat and labors that necessarily attend house- Â¬ GEOCEHIES HARDWAEE DEUGS of children host of CO the larly Eose Tariety which weighed G It friends to mourn his loss Vie tender his keeping I concluded we would hie to tlie FLOUR BACON e and - Kite will please accept our thanks grief stricken family our sympathy in this mountains and drink Swango water breathe the pure mountain air their hour of trouble The money is what I want and I forihe same MORE GOODS FOR A DOLIAS A great many of the citizens of this We left Paris on the morning train madeÂ¬ neighborhood attended the execution of connection at Winchester with the Mt Sterthan any other house In town Breen Linixncnt is pronounced by all Williams at Campton last Friday and re- ling road then made connection with the Couutry produce taken in exehance for who have used It to he the greatest remedy port a large crowd coal road This road extends 20 miles in Sotls- F McGUIRE for rheumatism sprains cuts bruises etc the mountains We reached it terminus at AND G Havens a 12 year old sou of li I r There we were entertained bv Mrs Sold FDay Wm Havens has been very low with fever Roth well during the night two meais and for the last we t Little John 3Iurphy Jr living on be improving 15 days but is now thought to lodging 50 cents Next morningGreen tookd Zk Mr at the daily hack arrived at Hazel T Stillsrteraujcidentally shot himself through delighted to see a l M a distance of 2G miles found the road I Avas very much the handlasfStmday while loadings pistol letter in The Hkraij of last week from winding through the mountains the scenery EN MATTOTO- - KY Oar iatormant stated that the wouud was James Gillmorc 3im let us hear from you picturesque and beautiful stage driver gal- S W cor PEARL AND VINE STREETS lant and attentive to passenger nice hotel often The house is a boxed frame twc stors aiot a Berlous one nigh and contfis sJt mnmn Tiiere are several cases of fever in this at French burg where we obtained dinner 1 i community but they arc nearly all iniprov- - for 25 cents There are four postoffices on rhere is a Imlf acre of ground attached CINCINNATI O Dreens liniment is certainly the best the road which is set m combinitiou of remedies for corns neural Hazel Green is beautifully situated among Garkcy what has become of you gia pains in the back and side etc ever A Variety of Frit Trees Berries the mountains it has three churches two Let us hear from j ou produced Sold by J T F Day Mrs W P Henry is still very low hotels four stores and 400 inhabitants We put up at the Pieratt House board 350 per A ncver fwling well of excellent water in wiTn On the Wixg A chestnut mare colt with a curve in with fever week The proprietor and lady were untirthe yard This property will be sold verr ing in theiretforts to make their truest comreasonable AppK to A Faithful Oflicer lierhaek aud two white feet strayed from jjxujt tfJWLatu a iiAm fortable and pleasant room ncll vemilated J-- 1 LOCKHART Licking Yallej Scorcher the premises of Ira G Profnt on Stillwater and table bountifully supplied Among the urtiusomcc Muytown Ky E3 3k 3 last Friday and he found her after the Judge John E Cooper by his capable guests were Mrs Goori i Allison Mrs Win tx WT3 Qi- - BH KSJavSrZ SI above tras in type hut before the paper was fearless and incorruptible administration of Holler Mrs Surveyor Podforl John Deji1 MIOKTErS AND JOBBERS Or i ia tlis h a ad- Â¬ the duties of the office of Circuit Judge in nett Capt Hlni of Louisville with his printed which shows conclusively that Smith from bright little boy Willie this the 13th district has won for himself Tennessee Dr Smith and Mr Dejamett MAYTOWN ILY vertising pays se- Â¬ an enviable reputation not only in his own vied with eaeh other in being polite and at- Â¬ Takes the lead ia Low Prices with every We ask special attention to our new district but throughout the State The tentive to all the ladies Cpt Helm with Tiiiki Eace and thiBg yen need In the wsy of Thute pencils while press has mentioned him in the most com Â¬ others entertained us with vocal music Matchless Pencils equal hi very low in price arc we claim Little Mamie Allison v as the pet of all the GROCERIES DRY GQQDS Union Stpefts all huancH purposes to anv pen- Â¬ plimentary manner and the masses are lav- Â¬ quality NOTlOSSf 3 ft ish in their praises of his prompt official accil in the market not excepting those of the Elder Reynoldss protracted mooting was i hH i CTNCTNNATI O BOOTS SHOES HATS CLOTHOG n2 highest coft They excel particularly in ab tion Jit lias been suggested tiiat the safest in progress and good crowd in ittendtte U H tUt L ia end jp K 3 s The mouiiiiu people are hungry for iiildi JL jlL e JLJ sciiec of grit and strength of load Hardware Drills Flour Bacon and speediest remedy for the troubles which cal knowledge and will walk for miko to Co AVa for price list Janscn McClurg afllict Ho wan is to place her in his official hear the go pel preached 3i Moaey is whatl want and I will gfv bash avc and Madison St Cliicago ne nee Pean to be dealt with as only he can deiil hands e met Prof Havs aim MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR S CASHF LexingUu TlieiThi ee Porks Enterprise publish- Â¬ with criminals In speaking of the matter fromseven venrs in Thev n have been laboring than any house in Maytowc u not oniv ountains Ar Tli end Reliable ed at lieatrwllle under the new manage a correspondent of the Frankfort Yeoman in literary and nniica ittiiniunts but the Country produce taken ia exchaijnts for-people have been trideA towards says souls and morals of the 0lls ment has made mastodoutic R A GUILDERS Grbre Mv idea of a remedy would be to have their care improvement It is bettor printed better Judge swango live just rero--- the tnvt Rowan county thrown into Judge Coopers edited luster managed and the citizens of district let au impartial grand jury indict from our hotel e were mc t hosititablv country should give it both sides and a jury from another erfunty entertained bv him and his accomWishud Corner Pearl and Viie Cincinnati would Lee and tlie anjaecat try the offenders Judge Cooper lias the wife on several occasions Wc were liemti Â¬ here express their thanks for past favors to 37011 a liberal patronageT honesty and nerve to mete out just punish- Â¬ ly welcomed also bv Mr Mize and his at- all their old customer- - and still ask a con- Â¬ UAYTOWX KY formerly MHlersburg Sor- tinuance of their trade offenders alike without fear or We call special attention to our new ment to all woultl take pride in redeeming tractive wife prevented ot r ADA3IS from accepting their ry wo were C W ADAMS ilVKSE SHOEING A SPEnTAT1 We always keep a good stock and Uilcle J B AD Ally These remarkable pens favor and Matchless pens AVill repair Farming Tools lmrrW w13a invitation to visit them They are erecting freedom of a the good name of the county combine the elasticity and a larire two story brick dwellinsr which will Jim Fant with his good looks will at all gons ore 3Ialces plows Satlsfii One thing is doubly sure that men accused gold Dcnj with tlie quiokuess of action of They will have the times be ready to wait upon you soon be completed tion guariinieeu 11 an cases steel pens Theyare tlie best pens madeÂ¬ of crime will be given a speedy and impar- handsomest room numbered and set apart for all work where a smooth point and per- tial trial and no jockeying or monkeying to be occupied by the ministers who may TPmRA2C75L3LTN ro T PAY fect elasticity are required and will last as with the majesty of the law or the dignity visit Hazel Green Successors to JOHN G BAXTER or three ordinary steel pens long a two For the benefit of Hazel Green the Leg Vsarshal and General Det3Ctive Send for samples and price list JansonMc of the eonrt will be indulged for a moment islature has passed a special act prohibiting WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURERS OF Cpirgc Co Wabash Ave- - and Madisou St under his administration 3IAYTOWN KY sale of intoxicating liquors within three the Chicago Wholesale and retail at this office FOTJiNOIVSr miles of the place Will attend to ferreting out criminals ih iliTiX t it 163 Tine Street Cincinnati Ohio Tha properties of Swango water are iron any part of the country and guarantees sat W E Swango teacher of district 21 mL ft- We made isioction in qverj casewhere employed C Tuiny and daughter Mrs school No 12 of tiiis county has 2 pupils sulphur niaenesin and copperas Mrs ALLISON SMITH who The typo on which this jia r is printed la from Orders by mail promptly attended to Cincinnati who enrolled with an average attendance of 40 the acquaintance or many person-but arecame thu above foundry Kditok IlmjAXa Ucssle yletzondaaner of now to the Spring perfect invalids have been spending the summer at Swango After four weeks school he had an exami- - looking ruddy and healthy One we remem-Spring were joined by W H Tumy sq mt0n the result of which is herewith given ber particularly MK- - Clifford from Cyuthi went to the Spring in May since asou of the Urat lady one day last week Spelling 1st class Ida Wallace and Dora ana She she la- - ane 1 0 pounds and I have for sale several hives of fine Italia which time and the party were guests of the Day House Bell Hose 2nd clas Monroe Hose and Lucy is the picture of heaith ail beauty Th OMJcc ajul Sftcroou W Wain Straet Bees which are hearty and thrifty honev WITH 736 makers Persons wishing to buy carr cab class E Chambers first reader Spring is one one half mile from Haxel for a few days leaving per iUige for lloth--we- ll Wallace and sec them or order bv mail AH ordoia resLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Bcrillie Rose and Margaret Dunn 3rd read- Â¬ Gaeen aud a quarter of a mile from the ou yesterday morning promptly attended to idence of Mr Swango the owner At Mr er Leonard Tutt and Rasa Belle Swango Swangos we found 31 G DUX AWAY friend Bourbon fiSpwe liar lie nothing but Charewal Tin and guarantee everything not t leak Xiclitninff liotlK Maytown Ky K 5th reader Ella Cecil Grammar Lucinda Geo B Jacoby who is improving daily ui i J tuaaaaagsaa hundred dollars reward will be Byrd Arithmetic 1st class Silas Tutt and Also Wellington Payne from Lexington Five WHOLESALE in steel not been H D SPBAOLINO ROBT M TRIMBLE Br X H TRlalDLE SON paid for any building struck by Kghtning Ballard liyrd 2nd clas Ova Swango and Had our hearts succumbed encased captivat Â¬ to his with Frank Dunn Geogrophy 1st class Joseph we would have tliat is rodded ina scientific manner He ing manners and lovable disposition are now prepared to manufacture Co W P Staggs i our rods Chambers 2nd class Ova Swango and G B has at last decided that it is not well for 729 731 and 733 man to be alone luis purchased a gilded John A Carter Chamber First Glass Hoar and James tJ Carter i cage and ia now looking for the bird From Cauipton on Strayed or Stolen MAIX STREET DA Forline The September number of Demorcsts Fxldaynight tlie 4ih inst a red roan mare At One Eiiihth Toll ami will do WOOL Jo C Betbel CARDLNG at their old stand at LOUISVILLE KY J ti Carter Jr J about six vcars old saddle scald on back Illustrated Monthly Magazine is decidedly Spradling Ky AND DEALERS IN t tlie fistula and one side of withers one of the best we have had The story ha i had Rkv Jurx J DwKiiV Principal begins D B GREEN Brranstone and Wife by xhilip Bourke it- - siMu trri August 4th 1 the other paces and Students is a Httle larger than WITH Any information as to Marston is a cajiital one and Orders of can en r a any time lustra uit l music 5s a good Tvalkcr I1UPPAKER WHITE GREEN at 6K cents per pouncL The old wool-carrates A is taught Iard at very ren u her whereabouts or that will lead to her re- Â¬ Knighthood au illustrated article Wholesale Iealeis in er G W COX will run the wdol maehiuo A Liivky of hu volumes ivnontj lonated Tlie Story of Ludwig lV friend- - nod the principals private libra- Â¬ covery will be liberally rewarded by S W Happy Island SSConie one come all and get your A Maid of Honor of the Last Cen- ry free to students Tlie schools past re- Â¬ R L Spohr Cecil Mize Morgan county Ky U13 West Main Street fiour meal and wool carding White for the future tury and An Old Italian City are well cord is iis bcrt JL D SPRADLING SON J B Green c Iool Jlcre LOUISVILLE KY leading The various departments worth J A IJuffaki r j W T CASKEY PIERATT Bead this please We hare carried are carefully filled and contain much that Ladies Will Find at Miss H S Hoyls we are loaded down slow customers until useful in the household The frontispiece A fine black kid glove at 16f Lighton Vaioaiife Farm for Sals and it is impossible to continue to credit is kids lio 4 button Silk and Lisle thread accounts are past due is a fine oil picture called Good Bye those whose notes and gloves in black and colors Ruchings in I oiler for sale the farm known as the We must have pay from you and will take crepe leiss and muslin muslin at 25 cents a Holderby place Wholesale and Retail Ice Comity Teachers Institute live stock at Its value on notes and accounts box Infants muslin bonnets 50 cents up The members of Lee County Teachers Corsets 111 Do not call Tor credit even if you are good u a ha settled Institute met in Beattvville Aug 24 1SS5 pins andin great variety Plated 1Jewelry and up Lice lying eardrops in sets from if tou are owing ussay have notDay -- 3 miles below Hael JT F under the instruction of Prof N B Havs- - pins Mourning Jewelry m sets from 3 cts Green on the state road This farm has on AWe mean what wc 1LSZBL GREEN KY 1111 rffc ZP We dont deem it advisable to give in detail up Collar buttons 30 to 0 cts in gold and it fe bft Ziag7 B2i k Kl v- EJ Ml 5b B to S M C ICash teacher of district school all that was done in this institute but suffice silver Silver Rhine stone combs that this was by far the most inter- Â¬ 800 silver shell A Good 2 Story Frame Dwelling No39 in this couuty gives the following it to sayof any that has been held at this and jet Hair ornaments in gold to 3 each containing 5 rooms besides kitchen am tU- esting Gold necklaces 3 rROISXOSS OF ALL KINDS report after the expiration of four weeks place within our recollection Also that all Cora bracelets 25 cts per pr Ladies hand me room iiicre is a good well or ime wa Canned Goods Coffee Sugar Teas Syrup X have an average attendance of 30 out of the teachers were present except two and satchels 1 up All kinds of hair work ter and fine springs which yield an abun Â¬ Patent Medicines NaiL Aso Oils After review exercises the following omcers were elected J u done to order Braids made from combings dance of pure stock water an orchard f Wooden- - and Tinware In fact sx enrollment of 3S sell braids made G5 baa ring apple trees of assorted winter Thomas secrtary Charlie Ilicronvmous a r gives the following pupils sistant secretary Rev D I Hobbs of the at 50 cts per onuce at We to of Sept 2nd he from long even hair fio gray 95 to and summer fruit young said thrifty good EVERY THING YOU who excel In their respective stnies Pri- Episcopal church chaplain Orders bv mail promnllv attended to barn and out buildings about tbO acres of 10 jgg Give tis a call and be eonvincedilmtfe On motion you can buy more goods from us to thelJoI jnary class Jimmie Wilson second reader appointed bythe following committees wereÂ¬ Cor Cliurch Uiiper LtfXlNGTON KY bottom land in good statu of cultivation dO the superintendent Commitacres of vhich b uow in corn ir ares of lar thae aft any other house in the niaunr lizzie Lindon fourth reader Diana Walter tee on programme James Reed Jeremiah improved tabl land aud the iviiiainiiig 26H 1 tains We lu desire to buva numberof -- helby lUsner advanced S lirimarv grammar ualouev v u iowiiug uisses jiary c aecs timbered of which 1G3 aers io coveri Fitt Cattle and Sheep forwhich we will pay Worlds Imposition ed with very finest oak and poplar soil grammar Harrison Liudon primary geog- Â¬ York Pattie A Williams Kate K Reed and be- - th highest rnartcet mo3 on Ruth rich and productive and underlaid with raphy Harrison Lindon mental arithmetic S W Twyman Committee and resolutions Lee Steele Robinson G W Zion b Fine Bituminous Coal A-J- Walter Rays arithmetic William H Each days work was began with music by WO Price cash and remntrvW in Lindon Mrs Hays and prayer by Rev D I Hobbs XO one aud two year Possession givn at XJ except Tuesday wlieu the blessing of the WRSMITH of the EW 3IT STERLING KY once on reivsomible terms Persons desiring Thursday night Prof Carpeu Divine Ruler was invoked by Rev James - On last COMMERCIAL COLLEGE to purchase can call on II C 1erndou or t Â¬ er a traveling showman gave an exhibi- Warner of the Christian church SCbfitucky University Lexington Ky W O Mize at Hasel Green or tha under i We must sav that the intense interest 8tsdeati5 can begin during the yeir tion In the court house at Campton The manifested in it was greatly owing to the soul Xio vecotioa- Time toany weelc-dayth 1aa rpksu Bstu signed at Stanton Powell eouuty Ky eootite JU MAPEL cfj- - j L coat IccicJiiHt Tai rit isit a4 Average totalspecialties Literary May 27 1S5 Ionise was full and so were several men in Inspiring music given by the professors es tin- Set of lOTrwb tirl n a isaiBj 590 Telecrapty Aq audience the Tcsultof whicli was that tiniablcladv who in our humble judgment pfciinosrapayr ai Type Writing CXBsOADS audf SE2-tm hms K eo E TUCK has ONDvHANli IsyGGH5Sv aud Kepslr nih ItfoL Carpenter iu his etibrts to keep order is the best musician that of ourbeen m and i WITH - u irajHT iuridHr town midst also other ladies t Paiat ail kinds of wWk Fiftciesi Profossors ana Instructors ftlierc being no iolicclhecame involved in some of the teachers preseut took part BLOOM GOLDSMITH TACJ1AU CO J7v iUiKj Hurmi1 xxnirity uipioaa Vx -j SsMifie Engineering Oiassicai a scuffle with one Coldiron aud while fight- - The deep thinking people were attracted- j tw iuuritieHyisadte iw jreanifiiaciaascrjraa3 -- 1 JterlsiiRrtJ arid AI- bv the sound reasoning of our able instructg1gStuA reerfrea n we Manufacturers ui ur8 Jotters ef Gisttiig d at inT aras snot 111 uxv sucui t vhm voluu- - or who true to his tcalling would make Ins- Woelda Sipositioc fcr im Kttre Fracdcal aofl Coas G42and4- Main St LQUIRVBXE KY ihoagli the doctors V TJ aJon COUNTY AFPCNTEES HECEfVcD FrfEE OF TUlTFdNu fc j t b ehwipe4t cdiere itb the HSllrvceve Mr wrespcml atfUoiu for the h n it iigut SO sJinio taat tlie jaosi oacicwaru leaeu- serocas teered their sn I t icr frtAetratfn t ivo iyterrsr 73 Wooster St 1STRW YORK 3mpttr Pa crS couia auuersuiau 73 and i X335 t V7XCBXJB B SSaSE Lexington Ky had not at last accounts heea foned The truse uHestions that occur in the commonÂ¬ sur ii tti Tf V and despite tlie school course also the most improvod meth Â¬ VALGK cotBS Jt X woiiuded man is cheerful ods of training the young minds and prepar - -T K E i- JK I T nKIXU r 3 1 r SVTT T Tf JrCSllr Tt rt jW opinion of several to the contrary is likely ing them for the busy walks of life VJU i Y04JJS ft jKUSXVf3UUm UI UUlCri3i escaped rt Wiover The Coldirons both Our vouug friond IeV I J litifcs Tliey man v sbod tfiiiurs Aautftar fttbrts was DKAJBS IS A iivp Tiot vet been anprchnde4 T5 w i Friday morn- - fairc on schMi mvnatrnvat vimix was njgnwere ecn mear this Tlac2n i inATrvKr i iunnw ifli i f uJUTaSL GEjEEK lag but the party who wxiiuwho no doubt 1 nmmx ti- the criati thev llMl MHBHeo intkt1mu iV- - li- - panic of education ilmtl f Vf jHorvo iihoeni iSMeifi f rn4w r r ttLXmmt tlndlAuil tlciAii -tltfe eottnty g on The H Allowed tlieai to tass v-f JtlwaglKS 4ittt wtu oe a greti spot- in our aaa rapaireu nj tte uest maaiier rr Grassy Sept LOCAL NEWS That we are under obligations to our effiaiier for the use of the com t houe and to the citizens of Beattyville for their generous hospitality That we favor national aid to the common schools and suggest that our representative in congress do all in his power to procure an appropriation for this purpose That we highly appreciate the presence of the friends of education and especially thank Hon B W Twyman and Cant James Beattv for their valuable services also Grant Thomas for his service as secrtary and Rev D I Hobbs for his scholarly lectures and his services as chaplain That we duly appreciate the able and im partial manner in which James M Thomas county superintendent has presided over the proceedings ot tins institute A resolution was ollered by Capt J M Beattv which was adopted as follows- Whercas We view with deep solicitude the growing evils of intemperance from the use of intoxicating liquor therefore it is resolved that we will in all legitimate ways use our iniiuenee for the suppression of this J- - G Thomas Secy monster evil Â¬ icient UnniTj miff Oh ntm s aE eese Building kflr iH r5iK i internally or exrcmaRyC Aiaong the-- many diseases which flesh heir to and for which this wonderful water is Icnown to be a positive and permaneul eure are the followjutr COlSTLPAXrON DYSPEPSIA HCR W1LLMOT - DISEASES SCEOFUIV CA- TARRH EHEOMATESaL -- -- MT STEELING- XT - STEUBALGIA KER-VOUS-N- E m1UU 96 0 H a d tg Ji H J 2l f55S5 im it rv m F g pis SA STUSS CT2i a a ms W81Z s 2 iO li trt5 M VK Ci4i1i 1 Pearl St CINCINNATI KITE O la Wtls w a Bw it DEAN POLLARD importers and Jobbers IX Qrueensware Every Machine Fully Warranted The Best Most BuraMe and Lightest Ilimmng iaciiine on the Market 2s- HANLY JUDY General Agents for Eastern Kentucky R Glassware c Mt Sterling Ky Orders solicited by T J STBVBNSOIf Hazel Green Ky DRY Cincinnati The Highest Market Price Paid for aH Kinds of LEON MAEKS Medicinal Boots Herbs and Barks Except Ginseng C li c append a few of tlie hundreds of tes- Â¬ timonials which have been tendered aV to the efficacy of this water In disease One lady writes I am so thaniul Great Giver of all Blessings that I taih triedr Swango Springs Freelv clol iveaUihe time and money spent there for the health and strength I now enjov A geutleman of Hlinois says I thiak tha water of Swango Springs did me more good than all the nostrums I have ever tried I- wiuecruumy oewiti yousgiua nextsprinc JL ReFEEces R T Smith J G Trimble P L Reese Mt Sterling K-t- F M Hlukle Mrs F M Hinkle Wm Clarke Plum Lick Ky 3 12FSe hotel Is now being hunt which will afford visitorj For further information in regard to hoard j c address HARPJSOX StVAXCfO Or this office Hazel Green Kvv McGUIBE - -- ffOTIOlSg i--- i Â¬ iFcSC 3i bvJT J J T BBEEN SON FOB SALE CLOTH HOU JP ROGERS Â¬ Importers I Wholesale Druggists Earn Street btt use ana JLot xn ri - Â¬ Â¬ Louis Stix Mt Sterling Ky Go -- lr ferfr a ts if4 ssis Dry QoocSs and Actions Keeps Constantly on hand aLiarge and well lected Stock of aa R HIL6Eft fr Â¬ nun Ih HATS CAPS W GLOVES u Mil Co Which he sells Dickinson ma IS Mill liilii uiyu UiuJ Aim s FAT TTOTrSB Wholesale and Fietail as Cheap as they can Te Tjonght in th State him a call and he conyinced that yon can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else may go J etB iilAOKSMITI hoesc E J BOOSES Â¬ Â¬ ADAMS BBOTHEBS OVU CO rw J YE IO ATES lIAIf t- t Â¬ B E ROBSBTS rieced Pressed and Japanned Tinware Kollowwaro and Tinners stoe For Sale Italian Bees Â¬ or Garter Bros i Co 1 r tqCJ-Jr-V-jrs- air Dry Goods and Motions J HIMBLi 1EOS Jackson High School 7H LBSALE GEOGEBi Msaf -- i lour irrovisions lalt N aiis Â¬ oofs and noes -- Containing 423 Acres Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky Tney carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling Pa a SJ - is ALL WOOL CARDINGd- 1 HF CASKEY I PIERATT Iw s SS Flour Bacon5 Lard Saltf my otlier ousiWisiiing to devote my time to ness I will sen my GB0OjERSi NEEDv - Lane Bodley tw Mill Fixtures Highest Honor Â¬ EDUCAffl - J4MiedJy rsaMs itu-r-- t onr0gfZZ PITA r Consisting of a 25 Horse Power Engine and Boiler a No Circular Saw Edger o Bverythiiig iaiii First class Order and will sola j a Dargain on easy uerms WEW BUGGY WORKS P arties wisliing to buy ar mvitsa to call and exsjnine 13 property OornwellEy ft7 rrTT ALFRSED GOMl ore S ATEOOLLECEof KEST lanlcii lK-g-- 3 nttniusmi -- ciral rnll -- - It Ri -m lixlJ ttst - - - J jafel5re rlli xxm st - tiif i -T su - PRANK TYLER Kf COMBS AKHLlYB-STQOALi-KLIikri- YA 1-T- - iZLjr KJ2SX1 v - d W N LAOKSfllTH ln -- Js - iE5- r- - 7 ioaislo - rfcisuj5jlt0raiaBiu J - - Stoky w SLSJaelinsb nrtevLtEfSC f f S w - - - - -- - T MVBraii a niraioww i- - gEiafrJa M - j r - JB ncmraBrraWiESMf--MHflHHHKBSQ- H MMiifcitMnTiiMiayBttH3MMBIBlVtiBIMTBfl ifr r -- T-tfri - ts- - 5etrv4 y- - ifpv- rr - - jmjjsfja EiZEL Geeen SEC COGPEB Eeralp Proprietor THE MISSING LINK Pictorial Solution of Mysterious Disappearance TeatOHic TV HAZEIi GREEK - KENTUCKY Supplemented by Canine Sa Â¬ gacity A Dream of Love Rudely Dissipated A Sad Awakening to the Stern liealltles of Life SaT -r-y m- - HINDOO HATRED JL XrabmtaA Aeeeant of Itaglfsk Bale la Jadla ioiel register dsplajed the name V Joshee written in a small clerkly feand and the reporter having seat up his card the JBrsmn Gopal Tlaayak Joshee himself came down ad extended a courteous invitation to coae to his room which was accepted in person the Brahmin is raall of stature with small feet and undoubt Â¬ edly the tiniest hand that the reporter ias ever seen on a man His features are small and regular his swarthy cheeks bein set off by a thin and deli Â¬ cate beard and his upper lip carrying aninute black mustache An immense i rolled turban of iome changeable silk stuff crowned the small head He wore several coats of light woolen stuffs the outside one long and buttoning up close to the throat The reporter found him a remarkby intelligent man speaking Englsh ilu- cntly and welL ana evidently a thinker and careful observer While in San Francisco he delivered several lectures oa var ous matters connected with In d one of them before the Geograph Â¬ ical Society of CaLforn a He hasleen out from India only eleven months and is traveling a philosopher without much of the worlds goods endeavor nz to increase his store of knowledge- - He formerly occupied a Government pofi t on in India oeing in the postal serv-ice at Bombay In fact the civil poai taons winch the natives are allowed to fill a e occunicd almost exclusively by the Brahmins who are the educated and intelligent class of the Hindoos The Brahmins constitute the highest of the many social castes in Iuda and are respected by all occup3ing a pos tion in education and influence s nrlar to that of the priests in the middle ages Even the hghest pnnce is hon Â¬ ored in accept ng food from the hands of a Brahmin but the Brahmin is not allowed to accept food from any ones hands They are vefetarans and have the utmost abhorrence for the eaters of fiesh There are four stages in the 4-- 5e xe Twer to wonder ceases Take about dem mices my own case for instance I am sixty You think you smell a mouse Sena- Â¬ gentlemen and have led a very active life tor Yes sah I done blieve I smell a mice I have traveled widely and read deeply sah I have gazed upon the marvels of nature How is that Senator What unex- Â¬ art science and mechanics I have watched pected developments have you found now progress in every shape with emotion and Squiah does you rocouiniember dat gal bly prove true as that a man can not gain renown as an artist in the line of XT Graphic painting unless the talent be implanted within him This leaning toward live animals orops out in the child at an early age and is a tendency that can not be mistaken at first manifestations and is not by the individual in after life It is of course a taste that grows by cultivation and becomes dwarfed as any other faculty doe if permitted to 1 e dormant A child may be born an athlete but if apprenticed to a tail- Â¬ or wll be quite sure to have an arrest of growth in the muscular system and i r in fact in every part concerned in giv Â¬ ing power and mot on while on the other hand due cultivat on of the JsLiV r boddy inheritances wU add to the size SK H and capacity of the muscles and all oiher parts brought into action by the athlete as growth toward maturty advances The trotter is a trotter by in- Â¬ heritance ut the outcome of the to trot depends upon the sort tendency of hands he falls into as the outcome of the talent for painting depends upon the extent to wh ch it is cultivated Hence on the farm there is no occa-Â¬ sion for making any mistake or as to whether or not any of the growing sons x have such natural 1 aning toward dosSWMHKi mestic animas as to give promise if Wi A plfZZX32 cult vated upon the better sorts of Speak ever so yielding good fruts depreciat ngly of the enthusiast a liberal ABGUMEXTATIOIf TEMPTATION measure of this comes in as an import- Â¬ ant factor in success A breeder with Â¬ WONDER out enthusiasm has many avenues Suspicious closed to him because through want negro called Senator A Man Whose Theory Docs Not Square of sultic ently intense interest he fails We think that the with li Ih Practice to see what is leg t niately within his in the followine anecdote was correct in his What I anintain is this said Mr Whif range of vision Like Milton refer- Â¬ suspicions He said to a friend fies orularlyf at the age of sbctj or therering to his own bl ndness Mistah Waggonah I tink I smell one o to have it hinted to you that It would be a DOMESTIC ANIMALS acceptable present Still Youre lying to me interrupted Xr Tho Breeder of Them Moat Have a Nafc Bonner and 1 ought to kick you out aal LUlngr For Them o Insure Suc- Then Bonner put his remarkable hat on cess his wonderful head preparatory to going Those only should eriier upon the oat for his regular afternoon drive known better I might haveon man withthan to have business of breeding farm animals a head like whose a tried my racket taste leads strongly in that diÂ¬ that mused the agent as he was about to This position will as invaria Â¬ depart N Y Cor Chicago Inter Ocean rection 1 HOME AMD FARM Sorghum is said to be poiron to jrasshoppers To stop or rather prevent crystal Â¬ lization of honey it is said that the juice of half a lemon squeezed in and stirred up is enough to save a barrel ful Albany Journal If milk is set at home for cream the sooner it can be set after milking and tho higher the temperature the better a cream rises best and almost wholly while the temperature is falling Trot Times Some Things Education Cant Reach said a Broad Â¬ way policeman the other day as he mopped his brow carefully which makes me feel as if there wasnrt no use spreadin ediercation and sich like with a lavisn uana in tms great country Peoples so infernally ignorant of com- Â¬ mon things 2ow 1 stood on this cor- Â¬ ner about half an hour ago watchin an umhrellar family tryin to cross the Theres some things IsalCtcfrr tradca little Which beia sutferad rivera 4kjm4 Pj ocrasiatks cany rob yo MA Are hnihtr increased dilizesee TC i 1 ap the less bfc it i roteyoaof U yowr feMt J low is irremediable deliraiA irnar snnetite ftckle TOST 9Mm broke yoar miad decreased your whta being o sorts depend oa it yo a seriously diseased Is all sack cases Dr wSi Pierces GokW Medical BiscaYer speedily- effect a gcaaiae radical ears zaake sew bsb of yo ssA sare y v ot - -- from the tortureerof liagariag- euaeaae - street Bran is highly recommended by several intell gent farmers as manure for potatoes Some say it is cheap for this purpose at 15 per ton Damaged bran which is just as good as the oesfc can often be bought for 5 a ton N Y Times seems to be the universal verd ct of successful potatojrowers Of course Plow deeply for potatoes this r Â¬ mvm irw s Â¬ Â¬ And wisdom at one entninco quite shut out Urahrans life is enjoned on him while studying During Ih s pcrol he is not allowed to wash his teeth nor rub h s body while First Celibacy which -- bathing Second -- Marriage Third Traveling He must travel as a mend -cant begging from door to door Iu fact the Branmins prevailing virtue is poverty Fourth and h ghest stage The suppression of all passions The last three stages lire more or less opt onal The Brahmin loses eate by worktng for any one or by leavnghts own coun Â¬ try Hut Joshee says that he is not trct3y orthodox he inclines to the philosophical as do many of the Brah Â¬ mins of to day They do not regard these observances as strictly necessary to their rel gion The conversation naturally turned to the Anglo Kussan difficulty and the feeling in regard thereto aid in ex- Â¬ press ng himlf upon this subect the leeFns of the Brahm n seemed to be stirred to the r innermost depths He said Ihatc the English from the bottom of my heart for the r lonj and cruel oppress on of my country and my people and ths is the un versal feeling throughout lnd a It does not show itself because it da e not be shown but it is there nith- enng strentn and rancor with every new wrong Ana Uie tact that thepress and people wnen speak ng of the matter must beLe their real senti ments makes the iron sink deeper int j the soul And should we not hate the Englsh Have they not destroy ed our industries and trade and reduced our people practically to the poston of srfs Have they not closed all the ave nues of lucrative labor to our people and left them to starve or accept sev ice in the Engl sh army for a beggariy pittance There was a time when we had large salt ports and an immense quantity of salt was made and exvort ed These were all forcibly closed and we Are obliged to import our salt from Liverpool and now our poor people get a handful of salt for a cent where Â¬ as they used to get that large basin Â¬ -- HKSITATIOX CONSUMMATION 1 have ceased to wonder The cessation was not a matter of choice I have no longer the power Remarkable his-Â¬ tories adventures and theories excite a cer- Â¬ tain peculiar feeling in me but it is not Eveu the doings the most eccenwonder tric dolncs ot crazy fanatics either moraL political or religious can not move me to X am beyond it wonder and I dont know whether to be sorry or not You may de- Â¬ pend upon it that to j vxw of sixty wonder is a thing of the past Here a neighbor looked into the coffee Mr Whiffles your wife room and said asked me to step down aud say that she Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ coutin down in de scrubburbs of Steubenville Yes Senator 1 know her very well What is the matter now She has not gone back on you has she Well boss lse mightily afeard dat am jes what she liab done lse seed two or free fings dat looks mouty spicious now I tole yer an lse feared shes done frowed me ovah Why what have you noticed Senator De mawnin papah says she has done gone and married Sam Likely las night Now wouldnt you call dat a mighty Bloom- Â¬ squiah spicious circumstance ing ton Through Mall Ise been awe but fulL And what industries have not been suppressed in this way have been ground out of existence by excessive taxat on There jised to be in every town in In da hundreds of native looms weaving the cloth which was used throughout our land But excessive taxation and itne peculiar advantages conceded to English manutacturers have rendered all those looms idle and now we are forced to wear exelusvely goods made in Manchester The opium trade from which the East Indian company under Government sanction derives a prince- Â¬ ly income makes no money for the iard working cultivator who rasus the opium on his own land for he s so heavilv taxed that he barely gets a liv Â¬ ing Every day the necessaries of life become dearer in India while the op Â¬ portunities for the poor Hindoo earn Â¬ ing an honest Lvelihood are lessened In consequence man of the poor class are driven by starvation to enter the English army as volunteers where they getbarely enough to sustain life The English soldier in India in addition to clothing and rations gets about 815 per month as pocKet money The poor Hindoo for the same work is paid S3 per month and out of that beggarly pittance must supplv himsalf with everything he eats and wears and besides support his wife and children if he lias them The Hindoo is neer allowed to rise from the ranks In fifty soc years not a single one has been promoted to a corporalship and although the native troops often tight bravely they never receive even the credit for dyln for ther oppressors The native regiments are thus con- stantly recnUcd from the number ol those who must either enlist or starve and who are reduced to such extremity Iby the systematic oppression of the En glish Is it any wonder we hate them And then they are so insolent these Englisli- - Even our rajahs and mahara iahs they treat as slaves and the poor Brahmin who commands respect ano reverence from hrgh and low among hs own people is despised and spat upon by those English who are usually less in telligent and educated than he The two great classes in India theilohama dans and the Hindoos are unan raous in their detestation of the Eaglsh Sacramento Bee Â¬ p r bffife rERSUA6ION f22 M roXSTEEX ATI Olf BONNERS BIG HEAD particularly wanted once you to go home t Â¬ Mr Whiffles drank his glass of cold Something About Heads The Book Agent Who Didnt Fool the New York Pub-Â¬ without hurriedly and as he got his head into his hat exclaimed Now I wonder lisher what the deuce she wants me for Detroit Robert Bonner has a big head This is Free Press not a figurative way of saying that he is 1a cQtflma rt mDnttv nMo Equal to the Emergency faftL vot ftlonft R C hftt remark able in size but the shape of it commands A wild eyed man entered a Chatham Its diameter from side to side is street pawn shop and wished to see some attention equal to the distance from front to back pistols 1 sells you dot pistol for two dollars Probably there is not another such cranium A book agent walked into said the clerk in America Bonners office the other day with a bulky Ill take it Load it up and before another sunrise Ill put an end to my miser- Â¬ rrllgious volume under his arm I have called to show you a work he able existence You shoot yourself mid dot Vat began pistol Havent time to look at it said Bon Â¬ Yes said tne the enthusiast is on the look out His deeper than ordinary interest brines forward a des re to excel while the breeder who follows the business with no other incentive than that wh ch leads the house painter to ascend a ladder for the purpose of covering old siding wth a new coat of pa nt viz for the money he will get for gm l over a nven surface will mrwt Jiil 13 much interest in breedmjr and ceding a pia n an mat that lias descend id from stock wh ch has tost him but lit- Â¬ tle as from cultivat ng the best pro- Â¬ the in vided the plan sort ratio of the amount of money invested pays as well on the investment as the other The highest attainments and ult mately the- most crowning successes in every way have not usually come to those whose efforts have been based almost ent rely upon the sordid branch of enterprise in The admirer of the in- Â¬ breed ng dividual animals no matter what the breed adopted this admiration being backed by intelligence and judgment will give a dergee of promise that can not come of sordid influences alone All things be ng e pial the young man or as to the matter of age we need draw no line who first gets his interest awakened through reading up current stock literature will be more likely to make an intelligent beginning than he who does not read at all This rule ga ns double force when careful study is pursued during the practee of Possibly a person contem- the art the adoption of breeding as a nsiness could in no other way so well settle in his own mind the advsabiity of the step as indicated by his liking or the property to be handled and up following industry in his all the requirements as by care- Â¬ fully d gesting literature on breed- Â¬ ing as a prelim nary step that he may the better see something of trie complexities that are all the time tryi- Â¬ ng and likely to test the depth and breadth of his enthusasm Going into the business because he 1kes it pre- Â¬ supposes that he will g ve personal at tenton to the more important details rather than turn these over to a herds- Â¬ man The herdsman is nothing as a herdsman if he be not deeply imbued with a fondness for live stock With the master making an investment mere- Â¬ ly to be in the fashion or entrely gov ered by the money making feature of the business and the herdsman follow- Â¬ ing his calling inechan cally as it were solely for the monthly pay it brings falls greatly short of being up to tho highest standard by which naturally a herdsman is judged No matter how generally the contrary opinion pre-Â¬ vails facts regarding improvements in uniformity of duplication among im- Â¬ proved breeds are to a greater degree than many are willing to acknowledge in a primary state It is at least so with the average breeder Who is likely to make the most rapd progress in this Undeniably the man who d rection from personal 1 kings takes the deep- Â¬ est interest in the stock be handles even though he be an enthusiast Im-Â¬ provements in the direction referred to have heretofoie come from and must contnue to depend upon the same kind of interest and enthusiasm in a gven undertaking that brought out and de- Â¬ veloped navigation upon water by steam upon the iron rail by the same agency our instantaneous mode of wr ting over an almost 1 mitless stretch of wire through the use of the electric current and of wiring the voice through space wth like rapidity Indvdual effort gives us these results and further improvement of the breeds must bo looked for through the efforts of men possessed of judgment vet wedded to an idea and enthusiastic yet this en thusiasn may have the force of a deep rap d current without the surface de raonstraton that attends a shallow stream Live Stock Journal 4 A - not deeply the first time but get down gradually If planted deeply drouth does not affect the crop as unfavorably as shallow planted Prairie Farmer Vinegar Pie One and a half cups of sugar large spoon heaping full of flour a little nutmeg and a piece of butter the size of a walnut stir them well together then add one of cider vine Â¬ gar and one and a half cups of boil ng water Boil until it jellies pour into crusts and bake Trv it Toledo Blade We are told that the first most important agent in fertilizing any g ven plat of land is dra nage Without a complete system of drainage no land can be cultivated with the best results while frequently land that is entirely worthless for garden purposes becomes fert le and productive when drained Albany Journal Asparagus is dellcous if a piece of juicy and tender lamb is cooked with Or it may it the bones be boiled in stock made of and remains of a chicken berve with thin slices of toast After you are tired of having it plain it will appear almost like a new dish and be eaten with a relish if cooked in this way Boston Budget Fruit Pudding Chop a pineapple quite fine take some cake which is a httle dry rub it line in your hands or crush it on a kneading board put it into a pudding dish in alternate layers with the pineapple sweeten abundant- Â¬ ly moisten with cold water and bake in a moderate oven for an hour and three nuarters The household Baked Codfish Pick up the fish and fresh na little as for cooking then into a dish put a layer of cracker crumbs then one of fish over each layer spr nkl pepper and butter continue uutil you have two layers of fish and three of crackers lastly beat wo eEes with milk enough to cover the wnole Bake about three quarters of an hour Excluinqe Scotch Short Cake Take one half pound ot si ghtly salted butter and one pound of Hour then mix flour and but- Â¬ ter with the hands then add four ounces of loaf sugar and work all into a smooth ball then roll out u at1 it is an inch thick prick over with a fork and p nch round the edges and bake for ha f an hour in the oven with a moderate fire in a round or square pan according to taste The Caterer Â¬ Â¬ What kind of a family Father A nnmbrellar family mother an a nice large fat pious son Every one of them had a big new um brell an they carried the umbrells open to perfect theirselves from the sun The sun was shinin at an nngte of about forty fivo degrees but that bloomin family insisted upon holdin its umbrells straight up in the air They paraded up Broadway three abreast with their big umbrells an three red mugs which was drippin wet The sun fell on them like a furnace but they stalked on on the sunny side of the street until lost to view tho still to memory dear an I sez to myself whats the good of edgur Brooklyn Eagle kation after all About Cellars A cellar should be dry light and airy If the sdil is moist it should be drained all around the house by a deep trench at least two feet below the level of the cellar floor This drain should have a safe outlet The cellar should be not less than seven feet deep in the clear aud the floor should be covered with cement A wooden- floor cannot be healthful The walls should be laid up with good lime mortar thus prevent Â¬ ing the entrance of vermin There should be windows on every side to let in abundance of light and air and the top of each window should reach near to the ceiling to afford an easy outlet to tlio nir Tho ttrinilmicnpwl nnk liA lnror if they are sufficient in number and the sills should be a foot above the ground outside Areas around the windows are objectionable as they admit the dampest air which floats upon the surface of the ground N Y Times - its always at tae aed T- The barbers trade iatke fcest tra far i Toaagr Sfecu TLmaA TMs ThzVoLT aic Belt Co- - of MarsbaUVIISek offer to send their caie tested ELBcn Tca taic Belt and other Elzctsic AKLLUKaw i - UK en trial forS days to men yoaag oroW afflicted with nervous debility losaof vitalÂ¬ ity and all Madred troables- - Ale I scraea matismneHralgiaparalyssand sway efc er diseases Complete restoration to aealta vIgoran manhood guaranteed 2fo risk im carred as 30 davs trislli allowed Writa thematoncefor illnatratedpaznpilat blows fra Straw bats show which way the triad Chicaoo Tribune - Says your wagons your horses and year patience by using Fruzer Arlo Greawa m old age see best the aa THE eyes of ous flaws of childhood JVI -- I Post - Throw Physic to the Decs wnen id is tne uiu iitauiuiicv uuo jlhiuh blno pill sort and insist on osing- - Dr Pierces Pleasant Purgative Pellets a modern medical luxury being small sugar coated granules containing tbe aes ive principles of certain roots aad herbij and which will be found to coataia as much cathartic power aa any of the old fashioned larger pQls without the latter violent drastic effects The pellets oper- Â¬ ate thoroughly bet harmlessly establish Â¬ ing a permanently healthy action of tha stomach and bowelsaad as an anti billoai remedy are unequaled w A humorist doesnt write for money just for the fun of it PikesToothacheDrok cnreinltnlnuteSc 1 bt Glenns Suiphur Soap heals and ueauunes Gekmax Coax Eesiovek kills Coma Bunion joint committees The butcher should always be placed o If afflicted with Sore Eyesuse Br Thompsons Eye Watec Druscgi3t3 sells- - 2Sc Where you find one young man Does the man who puts the powder 1 to raise the fire cracker filliboater CAtjra who can if he has to saw wood will find two others who a family you can display only white hands and talk nonsense Chicago Ledger A Dally Dedication The Hon John Kelly the head and front of Tammany Hall a man of strict integri Â¬ ty an indefatigable worker early at hia oflice late to leave so burdened with busi- Â¬ ness that regular meals were seldomÂ¬ known by him with mind in constant tension and energies steadily trained finally broke down I The wonder is that he did not sooner else he acted unfairly with his physical He was ever drawing upon resources neig ssiion Cured rtta indjgwtlea I Buffered for more than flre yearsfood oanr tor simplest scarcely able to retalfc ach I declined In Senti and suffered all tha usual depression attendant upon this terrfll8 disease At laat falUas to flad relief In aaytalaffelse X jxnar The mecis mencedtaeuse ot Swifts Specific the dlsresttTO off tnnort tin thn tflmieh strengthened wu r- VZ ceaacu uu a wmu eaas ana soon au inas nuraiac srfthout difficulty-- howzayeaimu tala foodput anvthfntrintheshaDeof food and c rr i nrhnrn rilfflrnTrr Tftkcthe OTeserlbea dose ax JAMES eatlassale by all drugjilsts il AX2 Ko14 Iry St For free Treatise oa Blood and Sldn Disease mallea CO THE SWIFT SPECIFIC G 3 AtlaaSa Drawer Is T 157 W 23d St te Z give way An honest man in all things GATHERED WAISTS Tho Fashion of tho Season For Thin Fab ricH and Light Summer Silks w Â¬ The most absent minded man in Scranton is the one who carried his dinner to work one day last week worked all day and when he came to p ck up his dinner pail to carry it home felt it quite heavy and thinking some of hs fellow workmen had been trying to play a trick on him by puttingsome thing in his pail opened it and there found his d nner just as it was when he left home He had gone without his dinner and et thought he had eaten it Lackawanna Pa Democrat M deLesaeps relates w Lace dresses gauzes crapes sil muslins lnd a silks and all thin wash goods such as lawns and mull are made up in some one of the various designs that have full waTsts shirred in rows or merely gathered in a singla row The most dressy of these waists is the shirred basque with the front and middle back forms shirred at the neck and again at the wa st Lne The collar is very h gh and close about the throat and the slight shrring is just below it cousisting of not more than three or four rows very near together at the line of the waist in front there are many rows of shirring while the back has only a fev rows extending betweeu the seams of the s de forms the middle baok forms are not separated by a seam up the middle but are cut in one piece in the old fash oned way The lining oi transparent lace or muslin basques is cut low in the neck either round square or in V shape and there are short cap sleeves set in the armholes An edcre of narrow lace usually Valenciennes for light fabrics and black French lace for darker dresses edges the neck and sleeves of the 1 ning wlrch may be either 1 nen or else silk Sometimes the basque is in fan shape with tha fullness of the front carried back aiong the shoulder seams this of greater gives tho appearance and is used by very breadth In other basques slender figures the shirring is confined to the top of the basque while fine pleats or tuckc are laid at the waist line and for some distance about it The round belted wa st is also made in various ways tho simplest and most popular form being that wth a single row of gather ng in the front and back where it is attached This is made wthout a to the belt lining by amateur dress makers as it is then more easily fitted and is worn over a prettil tr mmed corset covitr the modistes prefer to have a lining of linen or of tho dress goods itself sewed in w th the seams to strengthen them but this does not answer with wash dresses as the two different materials will not shrink in tho same proportion after being washed Another f nil waist very much used by those w th slight figures has the top shirred from the neck low down on the bust to represent a rpund yoke the lines of gathering are three fourths of an inch apart ana extend around the neck and shoulders mak ng the waist qu te low above tho armholes White mull and Valenciennes trim- Â¬ med dresses have this shirred corsage or else the plain belted waist and a black velvet ribbon belt confines them at the waist The neck has Valencien- Â¬ nes lace turned down around it in a close collar that is also very high or else the lace forms a puff with a frill Still others have rows of below it Valenciennes insert on forming a pont down the back and front below the neck and others have the ent re wai3t made of strips of insertion alternating with mull strpes Harpers Bazar Â¬ this bank without ever depositing a col- Â¬ lateral The account overdrawn the bank suspends and both are now in the hands of medical receivers It is not work that kills men It is irreg- Â¬ ularity of habits and mental worry 2o man in good health frets at his work By WllHOFTS FEVER AMD ASUE TNttG and by when the bank ot vigor suspends ATOrraaxed care for an diseases these men will wonder how it all hap Â¬ caused by zcslsrial yoaoac pened and they will keep wondering till the blood sncaasCblEs maAFcrer Ferer and Ague Sua Pain Dnsi their dying day unless perchance some Chills Istermloect Eraiiteat candid physician or interested friend will Batons and an other PeTerscanaea point out to them how by irregularity by by malaria- - It la also the safssC excessive mental effort by constant worry and best cure for enlarged Spfaafc and fret by plunging in deeper than they go they have p odnced that Fcrer Cake General Debttfty had a right to loss of nervous energy which almost in- Â¬ sxdFerlodlc Neuralgia rSTorSalebyaUDrcegs CHAS F KEELEH Ptod Chicago IU variably expresses itself in a deranged condition of the kidneys and liver for it is a well known fact that the poison which the kidneys and liver should remove from the blood if left therein soon knocks the life out of the strongest and most vigorous j of mn or woman Dailvso building upand wonderful Is used by thousand or first u33 Sfsssfserarers these vital orean3 bv nd 3tcisnlcs oa thtir highly reputed a specific as Warners safe GOLD MEDAt XcndonXbertrirwk KeceiTed ProiMHincedJfwy guarantee that our busi Â¬ afMiamra Send card of dthokesotkeei BQOt cure is the only ness men can have that their strength will be equal to the labors daily put upon i Eusa Cemeat Co G3GcctrMis Lilfc rlCH them Mr Kelly has nervous dyspepsia we AJPrrTjLTOXCEFOKA5JkGEXr3rr leurn indicating as we have said a breafc down of nerve force His case should be a LIFE wandng to others who pursuing a like OF course will certainly reach a like result By Ben Prriey Poors OfftdaZ Biographer U S-- Can Tlie Sunday Herald GeUheowZyeeJ ffrsandRerO ILllffauy DDComplete from th cinl and richly tllngtreitm trorfc CTadle to the grare- - Several years la preparation The Shamrock A pretense at kick Â¬ Dnt be drtireA by imitations- - Demand Is enormous ing the cradle Philadelphia Call AentWunted OutflTSc VonrAddTessi promptly if st nrsnBAHi J5Xyrxinfcs JPnVrm SL W Poartfc St Ctsxlastl Okla Â¬ Piles fistules and rupture radically cured Book of particulars two let- Â¬ 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WHIVL3rSCOCa5adea2iJgetting up with the lark and staying up to have one R U AWARE THAT Teeth are like money jKHVBTjH Lorilhrds direst Ping hard to get hard to keep and hard to lose Philadelphia Call rKarinc a rrJ tin tag - that LoriUzrdS Sose Lett fane cut that LorUIanls Speech is certainly silver at the tele- Â¬ Kavsr Clippings nd that Ixrrillard3 SaaJar9 the beat and cheapest quality considered 2 graph office Ten words for a quarter BOQFINS f A dentist says m Somerville Journal H Sherwood A K Parsons Carlyls PetersHea etc to interrupt the course of Invaluable to teachers and Indispensable to art learn Â¬ is It loveuselessLiverpool woman to true relieve ers saving time and laMr of tencher worth vstaer A times Us her husband who was charged with cut- Â¬ Address costE Price la boardsUoc cents post paid PjLLitssil as H XewyorJcCUr- ting off the end of her nose swore that she bit it off herself Palmars Plan Primr wSauSSr The Goddess of Liberty is to be married to the Bey of New York They will begin light housekeeping N Y Herald Thirteen has always been an unlucky number Adams thirteenth rib was the cause of all his troubles m sciUncQneen City Skirt and StoeilDcSrorterSarnpI oontrr e AJdresaCInclnruul Stiapecdcr Ot Ox Cincinnati esxarAeFHES 250 1linz articles In the world JDnaorr9 Maca J AX BROSSOH a ajoxnr aydsoaxb orTxxxs YxrnsrMenorLadleatneacbccantT A iwpennanens H eniplojTnent and Rood salary HJI MOXTH Areata Wanted best ChicagoTribune ASHIP is called she because it always has the last word The ship is bound to answer its helm every time BostonTran 8r drew P WZIEGLEK CO PWladeljjM read the words love honor and obey the groom interrupted him and saidt Read that agin sah read it wunce mo1 sos de lady kin ketch the full solemnity of de meauin Y Suit saipt At a negro wedding when the minister Treated and cored without the knife Boot on trratment sent free AGZr Y JP03TDMD Anxora Kaae CaUl EDUCATIONAI PaUteraiwtUbeKtaScptraaitcrSX address ECU ill a COLLEGE OP LAW Chfcaeo lse been married befo N It is a sad and solemn thought Franklin did not discover lightning after he was married Pall Jiicer Advance that until Situation furnished Write VAtrrrmi Bros JaaesvtUs WJ EGRAPHY x Pt KOOd cicsgo iu ahereae ears la The tor drcirlar AJTK E 1042 t Positively care SICK H2ATJACHE Biliousness and all LTV2S aad 30WZZC8KpladaU3CjkABXJU SLOOD POISON and 8tan Diseases OJTE Plil A DOSS Per jemais CeaipUlaxa tie POJa I and theaa svaJnabl Cathartic ardli7er PU1 Dr T3C Palmar XouttceUs71sv havo ao equal -cmjjoa prscuca ifra in ny us cuu laa ue no owr uau uuecmauvaa jj at uewiir a JOMjtTfOaig mTerywaern ernst jr r i OfiTOjr CO buss mi ror wa V- ex ner decisively - throughout the whole of Germany as litecbess playiug village For centa uries every native of the village fron lk8prosperous freeholder down to tin poor village shepherd has been enthu isiastic uad a more or Jess efficiou Â¬ The village of Shoebeck Is known cheiifr iiayer The reason why I came to you per Â¬ sisted the canvasser with the calmness of assurance arising only from habitual suc- Â¬ was that your pastor Rev Dr cess John Hall considered this book highly de- Â¬ sirable for his library but did not feel able to buy it He didnt tell me to go to you m 3tr Bonner and yet he seemed to want the Â¬ book so much that I thought possibly you might like to give it to him Something that he said put the idea into my uead and Well theyve got somethiu in do with I said as much to him but he peremptorily forbade me Hed rather do without the thein cos pa says he bought his ticket offY vork helpful 115 it wosld be to him than scalper St PaulHerala John Eaten Cooke of Virginia that on the rlams to have proof that the John casion of us marriage the day ofth true opening of the Suez Canal November Smith Pocahontas story is he saysAfter that a sear hing investigation handed hiai 100 Mr Isaacstein called the clerk to the 1S69 lis father-in-lam th was captured by a party of In Â¬ proprietor in the back room ade shentle 000 francs as a present to his wife At mans vants a two dollar pistol to shoot that time he adds Suez Canal shares dians in 1607 and carried to the Indian himself init Vat shall I do were sc Uing at 250 francs or iif ty per capital on the York Kiver where He Sharge him five dollar Oxir Society cent d count He invested the present Powhatan ordered him to death friends in Jamestown that Journal in these shares on which he realized told his t Pocahontas had saved his life In a 1500000 francs Ma said little Tr nmy do the Inletter to Queen Anne lie sa d that ha be gu lity ot the deadly poisor juns own the railroads America has not given to the world would of insrratitudeK if he forgot the goodNo my sou oc- Â¬ Â¬ --l - FoatffSy i Tr v HAGAITS Man and Beast Mustang Liniment is older than most men and used more and more every year Magnoli Balm a single rpmposer of the first order ness of Pocahontas In several letters but many of the most successful vocalÂ¬ he gave to this girl credit for his resea ists of our day hail from the other sicU from death A7 Y Fo London Times of tie Atlantic Many a lady owes her freshness to it who would rather not tell andw carii teU is a secret aid to beauty -- pi4S-irt j - -- MLArtiMiaLaiV v - SZ-t -- -