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P z fe - rs V- - 3 c r -j a -- J JC v - Sr v S J 3ft - Af J V - tt -- sv f Tl -- r i 5 -- i Jr J m s- - 4- - i PM jr T l Vy The Hazel Green CQOPEI Owner and Editor B H H B 1 k m B SPENCER THE HERALD OF A KOISY WORLD WITH NEAVS FROM ALL tfATttOJTS 16 1SS5 100 A YEAR Always in Advance VOLUME I A WARNING HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER J 51 1 NUMBER 29 - g - IK j-- cavitte A is not apt to stay long n Ij it took plaoo soon after a hearty meal PITH AND POINT A MEDICAL CAPSULERY A MAN OF NO WEIGHT tao trachea which is a envt acrl nnn s Dr Hmnf Cdinfm Hmm Ul a treet t They met beside the sea beat shore uuv uiuo w English Kail way Car Â¬ Some Curious Facts About a Largo Kosl I tfce only pacr published in Wolfe County The bee can draw twenty tiae its tuoe mat separates into the twon iron- - sword swallower who formd In dog days apathetic loner An Incident in anriage asd cireulxtes largely in the counties of Law He was t learned pedagogue ness Which Is Little Known r Chial tubas into one Or tho nthor nf rounu neaueu swora aown 111s throat own weight So can tho coro3 plas -sace Wolfe Morgan Powell Menifee 3fa And she u maid poetic which the body generally enters There were seven of us in tho com An olet fashiened r Tney met they loved within a fog when he suddenly sprang into the air unpretentlotta tcr eeSa Breathitt Elliott Estill Floyd Perry A needle or a bit of bone does how Â¬ and fell in a state of collapse He was partmentof anEnglish ra lwaycarriage looking house whch sets back from The maiden and the pedagogue rtlre and Kaott the latter eleven beinj with When a mans mind recovers from out a newspaper of any kind THE HERALD neces- ever sometimes conclude to stay in the carried to the University Hospital when She doted on the picturesque is therefore the train started from the station the sidewalk on a comparatively un Â¬ a state of confusion he doesnt Texas trachea as its extremities could be im Â¬ when it was found the sword had ob Â¬ Xfc Sat AdTTtintBr SfcdianiaEulprB daze And ho on natural history frequented portion of one of the down Â¬ ssrily die but he ends his lifHlBoky And while he innaed above the shell planted in its walls On the other liquely penetrated the throat and base In one corner sat a nittn long legged Sitings a advertisers can Teach more people by Which made the clam a mystery hand a heavy body as a bullet pebble of the heart In March 1862 a copper tall and lean At the ngxt station threo town streets is occupied by a manu- Â¬ an advertisement in its finlnmnc than hv nnr She sweetly cnanted poetry it is laid that the Prince of Wales other means Try Jt and be convinced On summer by the dark blue seiu shot or grain of corn w 11 descend by penny was removed from the oesopha- Â¬ more travelers entered These filled factory whose goods arc known never carries a purae Oar resemblance PmsUSMEO EVEKV AVEDKESDAT 3IOItNDfO the laws of gravity into one or other of gus of a boy where it had been for tho compartment Opposite the tall throughout the cvlized World and to his royal highness has often been re-Or tinkling of her light guitar Br the bronchal tubes Here the tendenc three months There was no ulcera- Â¬ man a short fat man took his seat have become indispensable to the med- Â¬ marked St Jaul Heralds Upon the wavelets flowing COOPER He in pursntt of jelly fish is to lodge to the r ght tion and the boy recovered Owner ud Editor A woman pointed an old pistol at Wish to goodness voud move yout ical profession And her oame lightly rowing It is a medical cap School girls and children have fre But what thepublic want to know knees sa The moon blinked soitiy through the fos a tramp and blazed away until she shot For nearly fifty years it has d the fat man petulantly stiler3 PrBSCBrPTlOK HATES Upon the maid and pedagogue quently shown a preddect oj for swal- Â¬ is what are the chances and how safe is One Copy One Year fhm Certainly said the tall man as he occupied this old bti lding and the a calf worth 35 The tramp is tickled lowing needles and pin- - probably to it to swallow foreign bodies and reSix Months ec They wedded ere tney went to town s gn that contains the firms name is so to think she didnt aim a the calf verify th old rln me Altray in Adi anre cover Hence a few statistics are per proceeded to stick his feet under the old and weather beaten Itut oh the sad contusion subscription will be entered upon that its paint Exchange To They found in clearer atmosphere Needles and pins needles and pins m ssible Of 159 caes in which spon- Â¬ seat oppos te our Nooks unless accompanied by themoney An Irishman hearing of a friend is completely worn oft leaving only Their love It was delusion When a man marries his trouble begins Stop stop yelled the fat man and no f ubscription will be received for less taneous eject on took place only eight ThHt dreams and natural history the faint outlines of the original letter- Â¬ who had a stone coffin made for himÂ¬ These substances may remain in the died than Sixjlonth Ddnt you see me put my bandbox ing Yes we make gelatine capsules self exclaimed Faith thats good Would not by any means agree Inversion ADVERTISING RATES body for a number of years without successful in five of the body was only there Do you want to smash it six died Transient advertisements inserted at sevenAnd now they lift a warning voice causing perhaps even annoyance I ddnt see you put it there A said here sa d the proprietor to a report- Sure an a stone coffin ud last a mana ty-five cents per inch first insertion and Of 68 cases the operation of trache-Â¬ Fraught with intense emotion er and though you may not think t lifetnlo N JT Independent twenty five cents for each subsequenr inser very old man came under the notice of otomy saved GO Of 17 To ail the summer men and maids unon whom the other qu etly tion n this old building and another that Who tarry by the ocean Cohen who in hi- youth had swallowed laryngotomy A female teacher in a public school grumWell you ought to then 1 Inch One Year was performed only 4 60e Deceit they cry is in a fog two pins with tw sted heads Thev ded Thus iu 98 cases where the bled the fat man Lonr awkward we occupy the capacity ot our factory was amazed the other day bv seeing a 100C The sad wife and the pedagogue 3IL --Austin JlartUy the production of one perfect forest of juvenile hands fly up PHates on larjrer advertisements made could be distinctly felt under the skm wmd ppe was opened 83 were success- giants that cant see ought not to exceeds Swett in Harpers Weekly known on application million capsules There In the air and shake and gesticulate a day over one of the man- - shoulders where ful and h fatal Hate giants at lea t half Address SPENCER COOPER or at the ratio of o 1 2 travel are only three firms in this coun- Â¬ wildly thej had remained for overth rty years to What do you want queried Jlazol Green Ky TOUGH STOiIACHS in gants regular old fashioned giants Yer but he refused to have them cut out the a r Of o4 cases of foreign bodesop ten feet h gh and five feet wide were try that give their t me to the exclu the puzzled instructor Choius pas ages of 271 where no and they went to his cotlin with him eraton was performed 115 or 425 per all right but tney didnt want to travel s ve manufacture ot gelatine capsule- - hair s fallin ofT Chicago Tribune PROFESSIONAL ureat improvement- - have been made by train Two Troy men have invented a The Dainty Things That Some Another man swallowed a needle in cent died ten days it reached hs stomach and The tall man looked at the speaker in these 1 ttle but most important ar machine that will make loOOOOO J M KASH Spontaneous ejecton took People Swallow t cles to all sick persons and now by matches an hour The thing should be worked its way through into the left 164 and 15 died 95 perished place in mildly and sighed without the r Â¬ most naii At next demand at the tashionablc ATTORNEY AT LAW A Man Who Lived on a Peck of Stones a lung where it produced bloody expec- ejecting the body 5 recovered after but juthe as the stat on no one got out sous Use people can take theeither taste in great places this summer It is compounds free from toration t train started one of the waterns In 283 cases opera- Â¬ or smell We make capsules of all ju t what mothers and marriageable Day Foreign Itodleg That Enter There is a ca e of an insane woman taking emetics HAZEL GREEN KY tions were performed and bl died It railway oilicals opened the carriage who swallowed a fork with suicidal in- Â¬ would appear Â¬ the Mouth and Apparently DisÂ¬ Ses round and oblong from the very daughters have been looking for Troy operation is door and pushed a lady into the com- small article wh ch only holds a drop that Till practice in Wolfe and adjoining coun tent expecting to dio under the opera- Â¬ therefore advisable an Seventeen per partment The till man immedatc ly appearOdd Articles of Diet l imes ties Collections will receive prompt atten of liquid to the large oblong one tho tion Singular to relate she recovered cent more recover where surgery is stood up and gave the lady his seat My son said a fond father to tion An abscess formed uf the abdominal Just what I thought said the lat size of a dTnamite cartridge almost his 1 ttle son whom he had been pun-i-- h to than where treatment is There have been of late an unusual walls from which tli fork was reNow you cant stand upright which can hold an ounce This latter PATTERSOX HAZELRIGG ng by the use of a rod for the Nearly seventy five per man number of cases of people of all ages moved Telber is authority for a i ase withheld People like you ought to be made into is only used for horses and large ani- Â¬ first time my son I hope this has Â¬ cent mals but it is a great thing for them and sexes who have shown a disposi Â¬ in which a fork worked its way from tions recoveied in cases where opera- two men Whats the use of giants Yes erood lesson tausht were perormed as it does away with the old fashioned pa thevou a fellow sobbingly replied BaJi weak hearted knock kneed tion to swallow all sorts of foreifm bod the sto nach to the thigh little The therefore is keep administering medicine to ATTORNEYS AT LAW ies that in the words of the old lady A cur ous case happened to a person mouth moral spank babies when your Ever see a giant with tho colic Ho method of pouring Md taught me that its better to give shut thev ho Pantomines who was eating a banana while walk- Â¬ aint in it I saw one animals bv breaking itthefrom a bottle than to Teceive -Life round floor Go the wrong way or are unlit to ing along the street animals jaw Asphyxia and crawl and on the accountand wallow once with the colic Giant colic I and almost tacks no Facetious Party the local lawyer allow them spose outs receive proper treatment if they go the death ensued The d sseetion showed to sleep Twas at the sea- Â¬ in the operation MT STERLING KY who likes to have a joke with his with their mouths open as side He ze one When were capsules first thought right that there was a deliceucy in the pal Â¬ thev w 11 surely grow up to snore doubled himself over a rail Â¬ client I say Pat suppose the Devil of was asked SAMUEL McKEE An adventurous d boy ate which had been1 kept habitually Mechanics should keep theirs shut ing feet touched ground on one s de were suddenly to appear now which Mr A Mathcs of Paris may be These had as there head the other I was watching him Alexander Hibbard of Milwaukee stuffed with rags of nt he take dye think not loose became entanirled m the ailoat in are thousands of impurities Spose he meant to break the colic in considered their inventor He obtained of us woiddof coursefirst sure he knows ATTORNEY AT LAW tossed up a dollar and catching it in morsel the man was the shops which enter their two Pat Me for about to swallow lungs tacklo a time Up a patent for the exclusive right of man Â¬ No 441 W Jefferson street hs mouth pretended to swallow it which stopped immediately over the would and produce ill health paintersÂ¬ comesandbobby one half at Them your ufacturing them about seventy yeara he can have your honor at any tSme a says he be freer from colic and not inbad luck to him Boston FosL much to the amusement of his auditors ep glotts and thus kept it closely shut Take em home mustnt ago In 1836 the founder of this house xuxsvixxe irr hale so much white lead Cincinnati clothes Her head was pillowed on ki3 down Thus a piece of hang your wardrobo out here to began their manufacture in this city a11 tho oTT065111 given to Stat Courts and The dollar probably got tired of this rag wrapped around it banana with a Enquirer special attention Within the last twenty five years empty breast and looking up in a shy way may kill one business of all treatment and decided to go on an ex- Â¬ dry kinds in the United States Courts man while a fork which another swal- Â¬ The tall man agan gazed on the fa capsules have been introduced and she said Do you know dear George ploring exped tion In fact the youth lows may You mean dear James I not STRAIGHT SKIRTS man with a sigh Then he put a deal have proved most acceptable for ad- Â¬ that A POKTER LACY turned pale and said -- My God Ive ministering powders nd med cine3 think he Interrupted smiling fondly What is one mans food is anothers of h mself out of the window Why yes to bo The Kind of Outor Garments at Present with his elbows at the bottomleaning wh ch irritate the throat or in- Â¬ at her mistake swallowed it This was a scene not posion is exemplified in the ca e of ATTORNEY AT LAW exactly on of the in Vogue was think Â¬ sure How stupid I am jure the teeth Of course the value the b Us so doctors were Francis Battalia who it appears was opening Y-While many new dresses are made in of the ready hlled capsules depends ing this is Wednesday evening sent for to make exploring expeditions born with two smill stones in one That I decidedly object to cried tho j entirely upon the honesty of the manu- Â¬ Sun AND Her you are stop- Â¬ They forceped and probed and sounded hand and one in the other Dr John the old style of draped overskirts tab- - fat man hotly O say ma exclaimed a bright Bulhner in his rare book Man Trans- Â¬ liers hip draperie- - and pufts and bouf- Â¬ ping up all ventilation and giving us facturer for the capsules beng closed bHt no dollar The boy is only allowed EX A WINER F DEPOSITIONS they can not be as easily exam ned as little girl at the Hoffman Hous whilo a m Ik d et and it the con of our fath formed says he devoured about half fant loopings in the back the straight about half a camel in the carnage Hazel Green Kt a peck of pebbles a day and when he other there open to a at dinner hasnt is doesnt go to the stomach where a jumped up you could hear the stones skirts are most in vogue and are pop- Â¬ and he commenced to pound away at ready medicines which areand impure got awful big earsthat man over child test as to purity Mush JM QcatXiAjr J C Lvkiss surgical operation will be necessary he inwardly rattle all of which in twenty ular as much for the relief they give the half camels hind legs The other and adulterated ingredients are as the gentleman m ght hear you cau QUILLLN half came in wth a sigh I wish I w 11 go to that bourne whence none re- Â¬ L1KLNS re- easily put into them as pure material four hours were resolved in the usual the wearer the dressmaker and the could please j ou Well E3 tioned the mother turn ATTORNEYS AT LAW way Other food he could not eat laundrc s as for their classic beauty In ths way the public has been duped torted the precocious youngster if But you cant said the fat man A St Lous fellow not to be outdone Meat REAL ESTATE CENTS bet he eouid put a billiard ball m his sick bread broth or milk made him But such is the variety and latitude testily and vou cant help it Youre by unprinc pled parties and often a he couldnt hear me with those ears he Campion Ky but he could go beer lie was ATL Jour- Â¬ a nuisance in a crowd in a theater in distrust awakened injurious to the uni- Â¬ ought to haul em down He did but he did not get it mouth Titles examined taxes paid for short of stature swarthy and black permitted in this as in other matters of a church in fact even where And versal u e of capsules nal Collections a specialty Real He was out Do you send vour capsules out of pnjrhtand sold on commission Willestate bend inward not aware that the teeth and served as a soldier Flanders and dress it is atdl possible for every ladv yet youre only show you know no prac An old country gentleman return Â¬ and that a large body Ireland and made such good use of his to attire herself according to her indi Â¬ tice m Wolfe and adjoining counties we ght solidity or substantiality Look the United Staterhome rather late discovered a ing can frequently get in but not come Oh yes We have extraordinary power that he acqu red DR R B GARDNER out burgeons made a slit m the a competency from chargng to allow vidual taste and in conform ty with the at me Its us short tough people that in Mexico Cuba South a large trade yokel with a lantern under his kitchen Amer ca and window who when asked his business Youve no reuu rements of fashion Without wear do the work of the worm cheek however and pr ed the ivory even in China and Japan The manu- Â¬ there stated he had only come a court- people to see him eat weisrht sir no weight out The PHYSICIANAKD SOTGWN ment ajrain outh wont try that experi Â¬ In ivt4 the young son of Mr Norton ing what everybody else does For - wTt- OOC u nw vuijiiij ixiiti milieu facture of them has been so improved ing n said- - the Irate IlM Come a what ncoajni on his way to school while jumping a straight sk rts the style called i of late years that no influence of cli- Â¬ gentleman A courting sir Lse mu no uroppeu Oh doctor exclaimed a lady is in high favor at tho moment like iiui uiitu neaiuy ami Hazel Geeen Ki a waterspout into the fat mans mate ca i deter orate their quality and courting Mary Its a lie What ru hiugmto a physciairboilice come fence with the blade of a knife in his coulisse mouth swallowed it and in a few they hold good for any length of time do ou want a lantern for 1 never f to my house quick My little Freddie days was well and returned to school The coulisse is a shirred skirt the shr lap Offers his services to the people of Wolfe and rngbeig repeated several times within There was a piercing shriek a though of course theymust be properly used one when 1 was a young man 1 lia swallowed a mouse adjoining counties most remarkable of all the a space from two to three inches below mutlled and mothered roar and it on- Â¬ cared lo But the The are maao with a hard No sir was the yokels reply I vh well thats nothing Yon go swallowing cases was that of John and soft material and come in boxes didnt think yer ad judging by the the gathering thread at the top where ly needed one glance at tho fat back and let hm swallow a eat DR J M KASEL ooking Argonaut countenance m the corner which contain from a dozen to ono missis They tell an amusing storj of the dimming- sailor who lived ten years the skirt is fastened on to the corsage after having swallowed a number of All gathered or pleated stra ght sku ts to assure me that its owner had found thousand A Y Mail and Express great Dr Abernettiy the famous Lon knife blades Dr Alev iMarcet late PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON A PRACTICAL JOKE are now attached to the waist whether the long man carred a good deal of oon phjsic au whom a lady sent for m THE REBELLION physician to Greys Hospital furnishes it - ponfced or round belted or with a weight with him when he sat down great distress saying her lfitle son had the case to the Edinburgh Philosophi- Â¬ How a Itetired Merchant Paid the Penalty Hazel Gkeen Ky short basque In these sh rrings the suddenly Cor Detroit Free Press Immensity of the Work of Collecting the wallowed some blue The doctor had Tor a Dead Head Trip to Europe 17UI John Cum cal Journal In June fullness of the skirt is not equally divid- Â¬ Records of the Tite War let red and not wishing to be d Tenders his professional services to the citi A group of steamship agents weroi an aged twenty THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE aensof Wolfe and adjoining counties Office tusbod for so trivial a matter he asned mings being Americanship on the coast ed all aroamd The srreater part is The f ublication of the official records talking over cheap ocean passenger w th his three at residence on Broadway The rest is scat- Â¬ how mu h the blue was worth Five of France went on shore With ome massed at the back tered over the hips and sides to tho How It Ground a Professional Gentleman of the war of the Rebellion is steadily rates when a retired old merchant pence was the Once and the miles from Havre M D she doesnt want toreply fiveOh Well friends twowere attracted tode aGrace front where it is fiimosr nmin nr im AVholllll Associated With the Cream ol go ng onbeen issued nineteenth volume present said he was reminded of a pay pounds to Here tht y the tent Lratheredhas just When completed cheap trip he once took The lighter the stuff the gft live pennio does she HAZEL GREEN KY I was not always a boot black where a man was pretendng lo swal- - more amnio the skirt of course it ts expected that the number of vol Â¬ The late Mr Turner father of Mr low cheap Kuves n lien uiey returned said he Some years ago The we ffht and amplitude of the skirfc said the young man as he bent his umes will have reached eighty and owned a good sized steamer which T Jack Turner the well known United to the boat tiie were talking the event PIISICIAN SDfiSBflK iHD ACSOUCHTUR urlv head over the fat mans boot3 these will comprise the full official rec- Â¬ chartered out for grain or other Mates Marhal of this District came to over when Cummings said that was at the back are sustained by a r arid bustle wh ch is fur and rested for a bnef moment on his ords of the protuberant Tf ndehis Professonal services to the peo h s death by swallowing while aleep nothing an d he could do it as well as ther Confederate and Un on fre ght to Europe One season I ob- enlarged bv a moderate brushes ple or wolfe and adjoining counties OlBc a ort on oi a set of false teeth that he Frenchmen Armies durng the late war It is not tained a cargo for Hamburg and the They dared him He at residence ou Hazel Green Heights had neglected 10 remove before retir- Â¬ took a glass ot grog and si pped hs pad of hair placed under the notion took mo to go over in my own iSo said he as he breathed gent- Â¬ easy to comprehend the immensity bKin at mu wick ana somec mes ex- - ly on h s customers best corn and re- the work which the publication of ship and see the Continent I told my ing of fe down into h s stomach own cla p kn This style is sumed h s rubbing HOTELS An actress some years since wh le The spectator were not satisfied wth tending on the hip I have seen a these recods enta Is An average of Captam of my inclination He was a at the Palace Hotel swallowed one experiment and asked John if he very t new and not universally adopted great deal of life thirty men are kept busy copying man iollv old Yankee and noted as a care ippngof chicken bone bhe neglected shows the tendency of fashion but a piece Yesobserved the customer en- - user pt reading proof and index no ful officer He at once reminded me All in the matter of dress skirts All could swallow more He replied for a time to have it attended to and the knives on board ship Upon skirts of dres es not trained or denr- - souragnglv for he talked oetter than from one ears end to the othT aiul that the ship was not licensed to carry HAZEL GREEN KY fciiorily after ded in New York said I we Very well is expected that passengers which ihree were produced and he That he brushed associated with gentlemen at the present rate it or s x volumes a musnt break the law for the sake of a Four sorts o fore gn bod es are apt swallowed them The next day he trained are now cut shorter D S CODSEY Proprietor the- - will publish five have I to intercede themsehes into the air passed one of the kn vs whch was is to say the bottom of the hem as fine as any in the land I have heard ear The work is done in a fine little economy perhaps Ill go laters barely touches the instep in front Patronage is respectfully solicited from pa sages vegetable animal mineral l one he swallowed first and the and shows the whole foot heel and William M Evarts tell stories time and old mansion wst ot the White on by a Cunarder not the everybody more especially the traveling ami mixed Oh no no he replied neednt do in the country boys and day afterward the other two The all just covering the ankle House which has been firne again pubhc First class accommodations and used Girls grs take to grams of corn beans other rema ned in his stomach but with big feet Cincinnati grls espe- satisfaction guaranteed Yes Government tor years tnat Ill fix it for you Let me ship remarked the fat man with by th nielon seed pebbles and chern stone aud wh eh is now wholly devoted to you as one of the crewl You can pulli neer gave htm inconvenience ciallv will erioiialy object to this a growing admiration J tb of meat bone and gristle rope when you feel like it but yon are ire- - In March The files of papers are I know Koscoe Conkl 1805 being m Bo fasbon but those with such feet as have often piaced my arms ng well I this work from the War Department on amess and turn in in the cabin with HAZEL GREEN KY One perou swal- - ton i uentlv intruders can brought here of his feat the Chicago g rls and all the girls he boasted around his lowed a coekle burr and me see Foote of wh le dr nkiujrI used to love that man for his m wheel barrows and carefully searched A -- mall knife was along the lakes to Buflalo will be n neck JOHN H PIERATT Proprietor J mi ana relates a case where a ch Id produced and he swallowed it with ecstasies over this short I wa3 amnsed at his device and and the matter needed cop ed by pen brill ancy and wit skirt To between three and four 3 ears of ae ease as well as five more The news Ah remarked the customer It takes about a peck of manuscript to consented to go in the way he had de- Â¬ had swallowed a brass pen holder about ot his exploit brought crowds of peo- - add to its capt vating grace but mak How long have you been obliged to make one volume of the official record scribed CTThe table Is suppli- with the test in We had a rough uncomfortable inches in length by pie to see hm and lie swallowed e ght ng it more emphatically the skirt of resort to this menial method of earning rach volume contains on an average the marKct and first class accommodation the woman a pretty three 1 nes m diameter will belurnished for man and beast It was found more mak ng fourteen in all He eoul ssp skirt withfinished onlyfoot the jour living9 run across and a freight boat is a 1000 pages of pr nted matter or about s with a in the lelt bronchial tube after death paid however dearly for his frolic Hat slow one- - I wasnt sorry when w Only two weeks sir Yes I know 3000 pages of closely written foolscap trimming at the bottom No MORGAN HOUSE nine months after the accident had for ho was seized with violent and a great many of our greatest men I An ordinary foolscap page of the rec- Â¬ steamed up the Elbe and anchored- ha pened sun ounded by thick matter constant vomiting and pan m his pla t ng or balayeuse is permitted am intimately acquainted with Jay ord eats up about 200 words so that a I gave the steward directions abontr WEST LIBERTY KY Nothing but a selvedge border woven W onus have been known to creep stomach Aet on the 28th got rid ot n the material or some ornament of Gould I have often patted hm on the volume would eontam 600000 words my baggage and started for the Ho into the wmdpipe import- - them all At Spithead December braid or embroidery but more fre- - back m old t mes Jay is a genial fei And the whoie publ cation will contain tel Royal bidding the Captain who JAMES H COLE Proprietor ancu 01 me simple hence the your ilu lie was ciitiiuiijuu 10 repeat aavice bhut low when once you know him but I the immense amount of 4H000000 had come ashore with me good bye om moutn espec ally wnen asleep a habit tent and bein- a man ot his word quMitly nothing but a hem A small like Koscoe best In those t mes I was words Estunat ngeach foolscap page the wharf Patronage of the traveling public is re rn die or Hat plaiting s sometimes I shant say gooa bye he re- Â¬ spcctfully solicited Table always suppled wh ch the Indian mothers teach their swallowed fi e Next dav he rot nine placed under thp hem but it must not famliar witn the most noted men n as covering one and one half square with the best in the market Stable attached oao es by closing the mouth when down but this was his last perform- our country 1 knew them all inti- Â¬ f et of space not a large estimate I sponded soberly for youll ba aboardi proje t more than asleep even fastening it shut Tho ance He swallowed thirty live knn es of an inch below a line or a quarter mately think the manuscript used to compete before sundown it and must be rather ASHLAND HOUSE Â¬ hab t thus acquired Decomes perma- in all On the 6th he became indisNo sad I decidedly I shall bja There that w 11 do interrupted ths h story will cover 360000 square suggestive 5 nent Gautier tells of a man who lost posed and in 1807 was in Guys Hos- Â¬ same color of an aundersk rt of the the fat man wth sympathy as he leet of space if it were la d out with the busy all day POST OFFICE NEAR than trimming or a placed a quarter in his life by the introduction of a leech pital He lived miserably until 18 9 Busy or not replied he pleasant Â¬ the boot blacks edges of itssheets touch ngone another This coulisse skirt ad- XEXINGTON i KENTOCKT1 into the larynx and death has ensued when he died m a state of extreme bakneuse E am really sorry for you if iu close patchwork And as an are is ly but positively YonIlretuxn befor hand m ts of more variety than might be from swallowing a small lish emaciation On his dis ection forty- - supposed Somet mes it s lashed on you should ever come around to mj less than 44000 square feet it would night EHBT CLASS MTSR EASONiBLB Teeth have been often swallowed one pieces of knives and handles were I told him he was mistaken laughed otlice some day I will see what I can do cover more than eight acres of ground connected with some piece of metal found in his stomach of varous sizes one s de or the other or directly in for you It is a shame that a man who and leave paper to spare and went away Now imagine rsy H E BOSWELL SOXS Proprietor In one case the substance remained and shapes and in various stages of front or on both sides opening half Â¬ has once befn so wealthy a i you should The work on the record in regard to surprise when x received at the Soter way up over a deep baud of embroidtntrteen years and in the post mortem decompos tion descend to this Thats all right keep accuracy is wonderfulry complete a command from the United fttate ered stuff or of plu h or HOUSE was found in the right thoracic cavity The first feeling after swallowing anv substantial material velvet or the change By the way what was Every name whether that of private Consul to report myself at opcs to tke preferred wnere it naa passed Dy ulceration CAMPTOX KY soldier or Major General must be ship The official who brought thi foreiirn bodies is a severe paroxvsm of trimmed with rows of brad or galloon your former occupat on lhere are two recorded instances of pa n and coughing Sometimes suffo- - of a contrasting color or of gold 1 was assistant rubber in a Turkish right and its proper init als note said he would iiave to ac- Â¬ J- tn batht sir And what t me shall I call spelled xV single name often consumes company me as I was charged ASBURY ALEX men havinff Swallowed bullets One in natinn Inl ns nbni nnfl donth Jit nnrn Proprietor given el producing the effect of a petti- Â¬ of Basic desertion Ind ana and the other in Kentucky ensues Agan tne swai lower is seizeu coatandThis days of research and is found at the with sir idea is then The table is supplied with the choicest vi In l B a man in New York swallowed with a feeling of annihilation When we were end to be far d fferent from the one t course I had to go He by opening the corsage in carried out 11 was too late xea man was out ands in the market and the charges are rea front over a was orig nally supposed to be The rowed out to the ship there I saw the sonable Special inducements to Commercial a cork which he inhaled while havin gasps for b eath looks wddlv around wa stcoat of the same material as that gone Puck a molar tooth extracted being under him coughs and almost loses con- Â¬ of the skirt tourists indexing s very complete and full of Captain and Consul the Consul proved under slashes and the influence of nitrous oxide gas The sciousness be- Â¬ H s countenance Dr Wormley in a recent work labor The card system is used in the to be an old chum of the Captaina trimmed also match the-- same man died two hours after the accident comes liv d protrude Clara Belle into Cincinnati the eyes a result of a most work and the th rd part of volume a number of gentlemen all looka Enquirer concludes study the the over the ships rail enjoying Ay arrass The cork was found in the lower ex-Â¬ from their sockets the body is con- Â¬ of searching bloods of forty thirteen took alone 12376 index cards IN TEE OLD RELIABLE tremity of the trachea The work of prnting the record s exceedingly 1 went on board reform in every possible manner and torted diflerent mammals that a microscope When foreffn bodies enter the mouth froth and sometimes even blood issues An interesting estmate of the mav enable us to determ ne with great done bv the o ernment Printing ed mvseltbntl couldnt get mj dis variety of places where from the month and nose Sometimes amount in weight of one inch of rain certainty that a blood is not of a cer Oilice and the men in charge of pre-Â¬ charge until I had partaken of aa ele there are a Insurance they can hide themselves and thus defy i he grasps his throat and utters the fall on one acre of ground is thus ta n an mal and is consistent with tho paring the manuscr pt tell me ther gant wine supper that was ieWLm tke uicdical skill The body mav be stOD- - most - distressing cries The hearts ac given An acre of ground contains 6- - bio d of man but in no instance does is another volume which should hnye cabia that evening at tke Captains ex OF HARXFOKD COKXM 1 n i i cuiix tauuuapuiwuusui tue wmupipe non is greauy aisturoeu anu it oeacs ou squaru ucues Rain one inch it m it elf enable us to say that the been out before th s This record of pense K T fribuH in Reliable Indemnity Not or it may remain loose and move up fast or slow and not unfrequentlv the deep would give lha nianv square blood is really human or ind cate from the rebellion embraces both the official fOdcb Deal- Cheap Xasurance Fifteen ton3 of grasshoppers and down dnrins tho expulsion and in individual falls down in a state of in- - inches 1728 cubic inches make one what particular speciesof animalit was papers of the North and of the South i r it- i octimatad 6O0tO0QO troduction of air Occasionally it is sensibility unable to execute a sngle cubic foot Rain one inch deep would derived rT The statement has a high of the Union and Conieuerate nrmls-tfi T 91 nnfnra Tried and Fir Tim stopped at the very entrance of the voluntary function In short he is give 60 cubic feet A cubic foot of medico legal m4 ortance It w 11 when it is completed dispose Tmej i larmv TirlnoT c o ftnrfilomnnno no by the water weghs 62 pounds 2000 make CHEAPEST tj who has been many unknown facts of htory and THE BEST IS THE aribf ui with the vL kua iuuu form like one the assassin or choked the e- - a ton Tins will gave 226S75 pound drowning in tha irxtgatm ditakea it connected trachea and Anew ilustryin Portland is the will iorm the most vahtbleiiistori- rope of hand of ing Adams apple but generally it ecut oner Sometimes a dispos t on to or 113 ions and Slo pounds to the acre making of cigar boxes irom Oregon c il reference book that has over bpen A dude ha3 been defined la aa A- j ini ses nto the interior of the tube vom t cr actual vomiting occurs rame- - of rain one iaeh deep Chicaao Trib- - lumber instead of the imported Span Â¬ v ubl shed about any warornyperiod j lants court as fellow wfto m 2L C H3SgNJ0N A Gekt and lodges in one of ite Tatocles 0 diily after the accident sspislly if une ish cedar WhinglQn Cor Clevejqndeodsr an Juzaseli -- - Hazel Green Heealb vnj Â¬ SPENCER Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ re--ort- od Â¬ sixteen-year-ol- KOTAEY PUBLIC i non-rest-den- ts Â¬ 11 - -- - fn 1 hopeless-l- -- J B7fXfiBEjEs -- j - i j i I Â¬ i DAYHOUSE j j j i I - j j j i j j lr i I - j j - three-and-a-ha- lf l j j 1 I 1 1 a 11 - Â¬ -- Â¬ CAMPION j i j Â¬ Insure Your Property j Â¬ Boii Cow Tstd - an9n Km 1 i ri - i 1 I 1 15 J 9- CLV -- fc 1 I sl kmxr - 75jrut--9f- 3 o1y 03r -- 3 5 4T- r yft 1 C f yy N A V Vj - H r Mh I n vfJ - iv -- sy-ij V-- V j- T- - K 4iT C lj - z SVV tZ5- - 3S3S323a2E c Jr - vr v J V v3 -- r -- - wsrji-vts-f--iw- MimTiTjfrtirii- - WW II I ft V T- - raVSirantIAf -t - w VSL- - r Hfe St payable to Mrs Mcintosh The witness stopped by Col R M Kelly He after Â¬ here corroborated the testimony of Leslie ward saw Little and told iim of it THE JOHN SHiLUTO COMPANY 1 e Mter a Year Ahrcys In Advance kJ fcf b EL In the United States Conrt at iouisvOle Thompson as to the checks and Littles whereupon lie made restitution to him WM v Ml A 0 for Pension 1rauds Wholesale and Uctail Dealers in and asked him to say nothing about statement about tnem JSateced at the Hazel Green Postoffice as Courier JctirnalSept 91 The fifth count is where Little is Steward 3Iyers I attend the post-offi4ecesd class mail matter at Jetfs Creek and was in cliarge of charged with obtaining two checks be- Â¬ The trial of the notorious Alfred Lit-Â¬ jL tle the mountain outlaw and desperado the office during last March An order longing to Thomas Bush a pensioner for was commenced in the United States was presented to me from a man named 24 each In this place Elisha Clay the 1 Ji iJ ijiR athoacand peo Â¬ -ple rery wekanl it circulation is in District Court yesterday morning before Reynolds for Mrs Mcintoshs mail but Justice of the Peace before whom the af-Â¬ G ast fidavits in the case were made was intro- Â¬ ti ith each issue It is therefore Judge Barr There are seventy or eighty there was no letter received for her era4ff Cross examined I know Jane HowÂ¬Â¬ duced and he stated that none of the BIST ASSORTMENT OF GENERAL 3DEFCHAN charges against Little and conviction ou THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM EASTERN KEN rUCKY Having the experience otmanvyeRrs in our Kns Of She was re- parties ever took their acknowledgments ard She was a pensioner plbL any of them would send him to the peni- Â¬ In Eastern XeniucJiy and tho rates arc uusiutes vu ieiu jusmieu m asseirmg ui tae trade both Wholesale aud Ketaii that we Hljr aJBHt half Uiose charged by others tentiary for a long term He is now un- Â¬ ported dead and I furnishedthe grave before him and his official signature to uu can aim ui meet van w au ui our jirons ana nuirce it to your interest to patronize which local family ncwKpnpesK do not dergoing trial on the charge of forging clothes for her iii 1S84 on an orderfrom the papers were forgeries Alexander Kace Seventh George Streets V it c iuit ii i Jiivuav aiirea w cci uig VOK 1VUU OJrlieetliaCitlUlIXirf Hargis a merchant at Jackson cashed vouchers and obtaining checks for2 her son John Howard Im ason of Jane How the checks for Little and identified them 38S20 from the Pension Office belonging O also of ard a penioner She died November in court John Patrick testified that the to 3Irs Rachel Mcintosh and SPENCER COOPER Editoe forging the vouchers of Jilrs Jane 14 18S4 I gave an order for burial signatures to the different papers in the Howard and obtaining two checks from clothes I was present at her death I Bush case were in Alf Littles hand- Â¬ the Pension Office of 24 each in her never signed an order for her mail at writing HAZEL GREEN KY Was shown the order After the close of the testimony in the case Hrs Jane Howard has been dead Hazel Green WEDNESDAY SEPT 1G 1885 since November 14 18S4 Little has and said he nor his mother ever wrote Leaf Tobacco Live Stock and all kinds Country Produce Bush matter the prosecution put on DEALERS IN Igave him the stand the officers who had arrested H C Henidon recalled taken in exchange for Goods or in settlement of Xotes and Acronnts been in jail since July In the meantime STYour trade is respectfully clicked J T fe F DAW the Government has been setting up an a letter for Jane Howard on an order Little and they told in a thrilling man Democratic County Ticket active prosecution fully fifty witnesses from her some time about the last of ner the story ot Ids resistance and final Election First Monday in August 1SSC o swaxgo p cj E B MAY being on hand to testify against Little March This was two days before he got capture previously published in the BOOTS by Hon fcara McKec the letter addrrssed to Mrs Mcintosh Courier Journal The Government with- Â¬ He is represented V For County Judge drew the case of Micajah Napier and UJ fill 111 while ihe District Attorney and Assistant The letter was from Col Kelly Col Kelly recalled I recognize the the matter was left with Judge Barr who G B S WAX GO George DeRulle represent the Govern Â¬ vouchers just given me They were pre-Â¬ promptly held Little on offenses commit- Â¬ ment For Countv- - Attornev W The first witness examined was John pared in my office and mailed to Jane ted in the five cases in the sum of 1500 LYKLNS JOSEPH W Cardwell who was sworn and testi- Â¬ Howard and then returned to my office each in addition to the 2000 bond be- Â¬ Â¬ with The fore United States Commissioner Cassin the proper indorsements fied as follows Live in Breathitt coun- For Conntv Court Clerk O MAYTOWN KY- ty I am Circuit and County Clerk checks represent the amounts for which making 9500 in all He was taken back DAVID HOGG the vouchers are receipted for They to jail to await tiie action of the grand Was Clerk last March and had a deputy Keep constantly on hand everything kept In a first class country store We do V are for 21 each They have been paid jury which will probably take the case G H- - DEAN KITE named E B Cardwell at that time POLLARD not secure trade by mlsreprcseutlon but by fair and lionest dealing Wi carry For Sheriff E B Cardwell sworn I am Com- Â¬ The vouchers are dated one December up October 8 and set it for an early tri- Â¬ G T CENTER al About thirty witnesses were recog- Â¬ missioner in Chancery of Breathitt coun- Â¬ 10 18S4 and the other March 10 1885 Importers and The Largest and Best Stock of Goods and sell for I know nized in the case the most of them being J W Cardwell recalled ty Ky and am Deputy Count Clerk z For Circuit Court Clerk Â¬ relatives of the notorious criminal Mr Alfred Little brought a voucher to Mr Little Have seen some of his writIN v2cis ijuntsy cjy uny rscLise in own VL F ELKEnS me and wanted the County Clerks seal ing Think I could recognize it Think We have also connected vith our business attached to I refused The certifi- Â¬ the indorsement on the checks resemble For Assessor cate has been changed by erasing the Littles writing and Jane Howards sis A First Cisss Steam Flouring and Saw SViiH nature appears to be in the same hand Â¬ AV G W CRIIEY words I believe WHi and will guarantee satisfaction e SK a Eespectfally Mrs Rachel Mcintosh testified as fol- Â¬ writing I would take Littles signature c i For Jailer widow of Henry Mcin- Â¬ to be genuine lows I am the w Several other witnesses were examined BSAY tosh and draw a pension from the Gov- Â¬ GEORGE W DRAKE am unible to write I did principally to prove the haud writing ernment I H W cor Pear and Walnut of Life not put my name to the voucher and nev- - which was clearly made out as being For Surveyor k er signed any paper I dont know Mr Littles Two of the witnes es intro- Â¬ H BURNS KASH O Bs3m Littfe and never authorized him to col- Â¬ duced were positive as to tfce writing on s the order for Mrs Jane Howards mail Cross examined lect my pension Coroner For RGGKESS Jim Reynolds got up my pension He being in LittLs chirography and they ofThee springs are located three quartera FEELDEN COX a mile from the D2AL23 IN brought my last voucher for me to sifrn also established the indorsements on the Green TIu water beautiful Uvii of Hazel contains a larger per I mean the one that came this summer checks as being in his handwriting The centage of iron than any other water Known WITH For County School Superintendent John A Noble Reynolds and two or Government here rested its case as to hence it is the most valuable in the cure ot i vtv JOHN JL ROSE disease used internally or externally three others were present when I signed Mrs Jane Howard -- 4 Amonir th many diseases whirh flesh is it The Government then recalled J W HAZEL GEEEN KENTUCKY heir to and for which thia wonderful water By District Attorney The democratic primary election held I never gave Cardwell and he was examined about the is know n to be a positive aud permanent IMPORTERS AND JORSERS OP in this county last Saturday for the pur-Â¬ an order to the postmaster for my mail identity of Elizabeth Turner alledged to cure aie the following KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FTTLL ASSORTMENT OP gave Mr Revnolds an order to get my be the widow of Boyd Turner a private CONSTIPATION I j 0 pose of nominating candidates for the mail DYSPEPSIA SKIN in the Union army during the late war StapJe and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing DISEASES SCROFULA CA- Â¬ Dry various offices to he voted for at the Au Â¬ James C Griffith I live in Breathitt who was killed in battle This case TARRH RHEUMATISM Hats Caps Boots Shoes OueenswarejTlnwarej gust election passed ofl without any no- Â¬ county Did not sign my name is wit- Â¬ against Lttle shows the peculitr versa- Â¬ NEURALGIA 1NEK Third Rce and ness to the voucher I am the only Jas tility in crime of the rude montain crim- Â¬ table disturbance though quite exciting Gutisry Crocer 5 Hardware Table and C VOUSNES inal Not content with stealing the We append a few of the hundreds of tes- Â¬ in the race for County Judge Below C Griffiith in that section Union Streets ies and Farming implements John GrobS I never went before a claims of living widows and forging the timonials which have been tendered as to we give the vote cast Squire and testified that I knew Mrs names of actual dead ones he conceived the efficacy of this water in disease In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOil PRICES CENCLSNATI O One lady writes I am so thantul to the County Judge G B Swango 273 Mcintosh Never saw her sign her name the scheme to procure a pension for a Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payniear of any debt clue me all kindaof Great person who never existed and according- Â¬ SwargoGiver of all Ileing that I tried HATS CAPS A B Landrum 10G J Creech 154 J to any paper GLOVES Country Produce and Live Stock of every description Freely do I James Griffith recalled I was not ly began procuring evidence principally time and Springs spent there forgive all the C Swango 183 G B Swangos plural money the health sworn in regard to the claim recollect of his own manufacture but with the and strength 1 now enjoy S ity50 Co my name to papers twice but do occasional help of another villian to signing A gentleman of fllinoia fays I think the County Attorney J C LyMns no not know what they were If this signa- Â¬ create a widow for one Boyd Turner and w ater of Swango Sprimrs did me more good The Old Reliable ture is mine I can not recollect the cir-Â¬ he succeeded in getting a dozen or more than all the xu strums I Inn e ever trietl I opposition 701 be ith spring County Clerk David Hogg no oppo- Â¬ cumstances of signing it I can say I affidavits to show that Elizabeth Turner v- ill certaiulvts wli lrvon aainJ next Trimble DLATER IN ItEFKKEXt G Smith never witnessed Mrs Mcintoshs signa was a worthy person to have a pension sition 703 P L Keee Mt Sterling Ky I M Ilinkle ture to any paper Never made affidavit from the Government because of the Mrs F il ilinlde Win Clarke Plum Lick Comer Pearl and Vine Cincinnati would Sheriff G T Centers no opposition before squire Clay m the presence of loss of her husband Ky here express their thanks for past favors to VS John Gros or any one else 698 Mr Cardwell testified that there was A large hotel is now being built which W all their old customers and still ask a con- Â¬ live in Breathitt county no such person as Mrs Elizabeth Turner will afford ample accommodation to visitors Mr Clay Circuit Cleric W F Elkins 2S4 A justice of the Peace and was a the wife of Boyd Turner and he knew For further information in regard to board tinuance of their trade and am a F-- Byrd 21Sj T C Johnson 195 El Magistrate L Lst March LIAltlllSON SWANGO We always keep a good stock and Uncle c address Witness here that no such person ever existed SIT STEELING KY XOIO MAIN bTSEET Hazel Green Ky Or this office kinss plurality G6 examined papers closely That is not Jim Fant with his good looks will at all 3 Mr A C Welch Special Examiner In Wa Assessor W G W Cruey4GS W my signature and neither of the parties for the Tension Jthee was sworn and times he ready to wai upon you T Tompkins 148 W G7 whose names are signed to it were ever testified that he had made an inquiry in- Â¬ CLOCKS FEOal ONE 100 DOLLAR IIP make affidavit I know the jf Crues plurality 320 majority overall before me to of Griffith tuid dont think to the Elizabeth Turnernocase and said It t 1 WliUvh Ol tVv handwriting MT STERLING KY such person that he could discover 253 JXLTil t xl vilrw that the name signed is his signature living at the place she was said to and m4mmix IW Eight Day Clock and Album Jailer Geo W Drake 201 Ambrose Never took affidavit of a pension vouch- Â¬ no one by that name could be found 9 CO SOLID SILVER WATCHES His investigations resulted in establish- Â¬ Swango 1G8 Jerry Elkins 145 A J er in mv official capacity JTornvorc sr Ohio Col R M Kelly I am United States ing the fact that Boyd Turner had never mL 100 Silver Plated Spoons Asbury 84 Drakes plurality 123 16S Tine Street Cincinnati Pension Agent for Kentucky I recog- Â¬ been married and consequently left no v ErPartioular attention paid to Repairing Call and sec my goods Keep on hand BrCKPORDS and SECONALLISON SMITH Surveyor HB Kash no opposition nise the voucher as made out in my office w idow D-HAND HLGGIFS and ltepair and Tbo type on which this papor Is printed la from JOHN W 669 and sent to Rachel Mclnto Ji at Jetts The court adjourned after the conclu- Â¬ Paint all kinds of woik the above foundry Editor Heuald Â¬ Coroner Fielden Cox 332 James Creek Breathitt county Thi is a vouch- sion of Mr Welchs testimony To day r i er for fir t pavment It was returned the Government will introduce testimo Palfrey 327 Coxs msjorit- - 5 ISTABLiSHSD executed to my office about March 20 ny on the opening of the to prove School Superintendent John M Rose icao ana tne cnecKs in payment were Littles handwriting and court of the The Trustees of this institution have forsriwr 1 T Will receive Mr Shores special attention aspiin secured the services of Prof Jn 1 a no opposition G87 sent to Hazel Green March 21 The at- Â¬ names to the affidavits in support of the fYSn fiirir rffa JkaJ Aj cTf YC3YrQL JLJSwQOJ LVsy C ONROY SHORE fV HAYS and the third term will commence torney in the case was Charles II Mc false Elizabeth Turners claim to a pen Â¬ Give n a call Total vote cast 741 AUGUST 31ST 1SS5 and continue ten 10 Carty of Indianapolis The checks were sion months OE sent to Hazel Green because the pension- Â¬ Courier Journal Sept 10 Hazel Green is the most desirable loca- Â¬ sr The first trouble under the bonded ex-Â¬ er gave her pot office as jit that plaee in The takinsr of testimony in the Alf tion in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky SO of Agency Total tension bill passed by the last Congress the return voucher The checks amount Little case was continued yesterday in and noted for the advantages it has in Liverpool 3lCOO000 00 1S6 London and Lancashire lS schools ed to 241329 and they were made out the United States Court The court re- churches temperance societv 1836 ltoyal of and London for the relief distillers has arisen in the of Lfvcrpol Liverpool In Sheep Russia and Turuey Bindings 00 m 969i0 00 ami health and Ulobeot tnglana olbouw W 1810 Hartford of Hartford 154140 seizure of 1000 barrels of whisky be- Â¬ two for 1000 each and th other for sumed the taking of testimony to proe This school presents advantages which Â¬ 1 38825 The Attorney McCarty re- Â¬ the handwriting on a lot of affidavits in S Sprif Held ot Springfield British are not equalled in the State in many par-Â¬ 1S09 North of England Mercan 33301000 CO 1863 Fireiuecs Fnad of CiK- - 2pSg300 longing to John B Thompson of Har ceived the other 25 Learned from Mrs support of a claim of Elizabeth Turner tile ticulars and its future is destined to work a 1791 Ins Co of Mirth America 1475126 00 Todsburg He had it bonded for export Mcintosh afterward that she had not re- Â¬ for a pension as the wife of Boyd Turner good to our country which will be felt 071fl0fi 33 1SS9 Northwestern National of Philadelphia ltJ54bQ QO ceived her papers nor the money I a soldier in the late war who was killed Terms reasonable for both tuition and 1710 Pun till Sept 7 but did not ship until the Fire OtHceof London 5 SG300f 0 1750 Nigar of Ncir York 14935 00 On Tuesday it was proved the payment of the board For term C applv to 53S3916 6 1S85 Boctmeaa Pittsburg 8th on which day he sent a new bond stopped Treasury in New York checks at in the service person as Elizabeth Turner Hl4fi3 00 1782 Phenix of Loudon Prof N IJ HAYS Principal on which that no such the sub Insurance in order to be reliable nvest be guaranteed by sccecssfjil and well knoxn to Collector Bronston of the Eighth they were drawn and notified banks in ever lived and that Boyd Turner had corporations the policies of doubtful or experimented campRmes bIrigulear at any price District who refused to receive it and Mt Sterling Richmond Lexington never been married B The best policies are alvrars rhe cheapest Insurers sltonkr select thcarcbznpanies as they A witness named Ifobbs was the firt ordered the shipment to be seized which Winchester and other places in that vi- Â¬ would a banker or a person who is to hold their fuscls in trust Look to quality a tiie cinity giving them the numbers of the man called yesterday and he testified fcs3W Wrf 3TL S vess done at Lexington WITH The whisky checks A HOFFMAN paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully that he was unable to write and conse tox j7 BSAirSf was already on the Chesapeake and Ohio H C Ilerndon I am postmaster at quently his signature to one of the affi Ofpice At Traders and Deposit Bank Hilway billed to New York for export Hazel Green I do not know Mrs Mcin- Â¬ davits was clearly a forgery wwm- - jjr LiijiJ jhJ ujw 1 is John Patrick formerly Deputy Clerk The Unabridged costuow supplied fit a small ad- Â¬ to Australia and the railway officers de Â¬ tosh Mr Little received a letter bear-Â¬ with lKNISOXS ditional FK B F McCqkxick J M Cos had PATENT RErSRBNCE INDEX spite the seizure sent it on to Ashland ing the stamp of the Pension Office at of Breathitt county said hewas known 9BA WHOLESALE Louisville in March and addressed to Little for twenty years and familiar The Greatest improvement in book making that Ky where it isaow held until it be de- her He had an order signed by Mrs with lrs handwriting He recognized MODEL HLL- has bton made la a hundred yenra FROZEN CsSEEK The Cut givus baton inconi t ilea of iU utility termined whether the owner must only Mcintosh and two witnesses for the de- Â¬ the body of several of the affidavits as Breathitt County - Kortucky Dry THE STAKBASD pay the export tax 10 on the lot or the livery of her mail He presented it two being in his hand One or two of the HAVE JITST RECEIVED AND OPENED 729 7J1 and 733 or three days before with an order for signatures alo bore a strong resemblance CI WSrSl Webster it is 113000 TTordH John A Carter A 3000 Knjnavmps aid a New Jaine- - G i arter j internal revenue tax amounting to the finest line in both quality and variety of Eiojaphiral Dictionary the mail of Mrs Jane Howard and got a to the defendants style of penmanship Msnufaetarer3 of and Dealers in - MAIN STKEET shout 36000 The decision will be letter for Mrs Howard that was from In cross examining this witness for the nn23TTT1 Standard m Govt PrintliiR Otflro D A Foi me OOO copies in Public Schoos JL JlJLJOuI SPRING UNO SUMMER GOODS C Iktiifl looked to with great interest by all dis- Â¬ Col Kelly defense Mr Sam McKec was nonplused of nnv Roggh and Dressed Lscfisr Doors f ale 20 to 1 Familyother series Jo G Carter Jr J T LOUISVILLE KY intolliiroiiL tomakoa tillers J T Day I am a merchant at Ha- Â¬ for a moment by receiving au answer brought to the mountains and will sell ever help for SCHOLARS zel Green I know Little fciaw him in making Patricks testimony stronger SASII BLINDS SMOCK them cheaper than the same chus of jood3 TEACHERS and SCHOOLS can be had elsewhere in Eastern Kentucky TVill the sale of the Kentucky Union March along about the 15th and after- Â¬ against his client The certificate on the Webster is Standar 1 Authority vith tho U S WITH Court lcrrti nondcd by tho State AXD ALT KLVDS OF BlSILDISG 3lAi32llL Wloney Saved is Money Nlade Jiailroad to an Eastern syndicate profit ward about the 28th He came Saturday back of one of the papers he identified as Supreme Schools in 3C Mate andby over GO Siipts of i beyond a doubt following Monday and He had in Littles writing the Co Therefore be wise and place your money Colltgo Presidenta the people of this section or not is a two Jef t MT STSBLnfGtsKYl checks onn for 388 and the other W T Hog the County Clerk of A IilBSARY IN ITSELT where it will do vu the most jrod IVfc question just now agitating the minds of for 1 000 The checks w ere drawn by Breathitt repudiated his official signa- Â¬ Wholesale Dealers in Tho latest elitiou in tho quantity of matter it WILL SELL YOV MORE GOIS FOR V ilie S HqjPs bur citizens We incline to the opinion Col R M Kelly and were payable to ture on four affidavits and said that contains is ltchuvcd3000Le more larufstinvolume OND DOLLAR than anybody We mean Laiss WiS Fml at Miss puLli hed It has its Words Rachel Mcintosh They were endorsed they never passed through his hands all wc jay and if you are at all doubtful call A line Llnck kid glove ac than ro found in any other Am iJicty Liebton that it wilL The old company had not at our new store and satisfy yourself that we kids 15 4 by Mrs Mcintosh and by A Little County Attorney Jacksonf rom Breath- Â¬ and nearly 3 tnnoa tho numk r of Engravings Silk and LiJe thread themeana to put the road through is Little selected a quantity of clothing and itt said his signature to several affidavits have what you want all you need and will jlovnK in black and cttiersIfcaeaitigs la tho best practical Euclitdi Dictionary It Isextant London Quartxrlv ijeiietr not ask the earth moon and stars for it crepe i9s and nmsrin nruslfc at 25 cents a certain or there would have ben no exhibited checks sa ing he was going to and papers and also his fathers name Our store is a bran nw one located at bx Infent mafin tonnet 3Jcentxsf It is an ever present and reliable school Â¬ sale The new company have the capi- Â¬ Mt Sterling aud get the banks to cash wt re forgeries Part of the handwriting master to the whole family S S Herald the mouth of Frozen creek immediately on Oortets in great varicf Jewohrv in G C MERRIAM C0 PubrsSpringfield Masa the banks of the Kentucky river and the pins and eardrops in Eetsifroml up ace tal to push it or they would not have the chcclrs and then ho would return and he thought was Alf Littles 715 and 717 Veat Main Street pay me Mrs Mcintoshs was next stock in it is bran spankiune also con- Â¬ piits Jrourning Jewatlry 1 sets from 5 ci bought These are the conclusions ar-Â¬ signed by her mark I think name was is Edward Markham signature called He sisting in part of of several up Collar buttons 30 to 50 ctsl In gold and familiar with the Between 7th and Sth rived at by The Heraid and we hope silver Silver Hhinc twene oomb S37w to Kr hooS Robert M Irimnle I am a grocer at of the alleged signers of Elizabeth Turn- Â¬ Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hals S00 Hnrornaaienfjn goH aiKor sliell soon to verify the prediction tliat the Mt Sterling Saw him at our store ers papers but was unable to identify Rnv JOHN J PiCKKV PrinfiprJ begins LOUISVILLE KY and jet Gold afccklces 5 to 5 each March 31 J le came in and said he want- Â¬ them as genuine Thought they were its sixth term August 4ti 185 Students sew company mean business The ed to buy some Coral bracelets 25 ete Boots Shoes Hardware pr Ladies hand c can enter at any time Instrumental nnibic groceries wish satchels 1 op AH fciads of hair work of course is father to the checks three in number drawn Presented forgeries is taught Board at very reasonable rates TOT B GliEEX of Breathitts form- Â¬ by R M No store in this section would be complete done to ovtler Braids sscde from combines AVITII thought but it is nevertheless a plausi Kelly and said he wanted to get the er TAShort anothera nephew of the de- Â¬ A Liduaky of 500 volnut- recently donated Sli without having everything for the accom Â¬ at 50 ate per one We sell braids made County Clerks is 1IUFPAKEK WHITE GREEN by friends and the principals private libra- Â¬ modation of the people hence we carry money from the Exchange Bank of which fendant He stated that the papers in ry free to students T he schools pst re- Â¬ bletheory J from loar oven bir at3 to 10 cray 5 to Wholesale Dealers in 10 Orders wail my lather is President I went to the this case were all in the handwriting of cord is its best assurance for the future to 0 Staple and Fancy Groceries Cor Cnurcli byUpperpromptly attendedKT XES3GT02f bank and found that there was a list at his uncle He was the first witness to 7 Notwithstanding the petition of the 615 West Main Street L White in such abnndance and variety including the bank of checks on which payment identify the handwriting in the papers in Highest Koncr it B Green J Frankfort democrats to have him retain Â¬ had been stopped flour meal bacon salt coffee susjar c ntoiiTtii I took their numbers its entirety LOUISVILLE KY that we can sell them very cheap or will ex- Â¬ Vgluafela for Sals Worlds Exposition J A Huffaker ed Capt David A Murphy has -- climbed aud went back to the store and asking John Gross was raised with Boyd change with yon for country pruJuce tiie golden stairs in accordance with for the checks again I saw that they were Turner and went into the service with GJEO E TUCK Those Owing Us Must Pay Us I offcr for sale Ihe--- farm known as the 1VITH the same numbers They were indorsed him He was with him when he died in HoMerby iIaee tie edict Turn the rascals out He is on the back bv Mrs Rachel Mcintosh bv and well have no monkeying about the the was CO BLOOM GOLDSMITH TACHAU matter Respectfully c weeeeded by Chpt TV E Grubbs of her mark with A Little as witness a service of his country Turnercoun- Â¬ JiWJuEDEX ofTO Contalning Acres near neighbor of his in Breathitt W RSMITH the DAY BROS June 1 lb5 Danville as superintendent of public The hank officials were to have Little ar ty and they were the warmest friends lying of Gloifiing Jobbers Manufacturers miles below Hazel COMMERCIAL COLLEGE Green on the atzte read This farm has oa baildings at Frankfort rested but he got awav before the neces He never knew of his being married and Kentucky University Lexington Ky 612 and 64 iTain St LOUISVILLE KY W T CASKEY II F PIEEATT i it bcgic anyvvt-clr-dasary authority could be obtained was certain he was not Never heard of Students canCtmc tocampUtr the Vnlldunajr the year Diploma Euuctti No PAcatlon A Good 2 Story Frarno DwelHns 73 and 7o Wootter St NEW YORK Leslie Thompson I am Cashier of Elizabeth Turner Cvani cbout 10 weeVs Average total coat loclndint TalThe Lexington Press of Sept 11th the Exchange Bank of Kentucky of Book and Board 1b s Ciailr 390 TelcifraphjcoQteiniug rooms besides kitchen and din tli Set The Government here rested in the Phonography and Type Writing ipeeUlBf Ijterary at Mt COMBS J N VAcltllN burrocm There is a guod well of fine wa- Â¬ Bays Messrs Megibben Dodge and oth Sterlimr Some time in March I received Turner count and took up the next one Coarse free Ladlea recited Om 60O0 EucccasfcJ S YTiolesiIc and Eetail Graduates Orer iCO paplU list jeer from 15 to 5 years ot ter and fine springs whieh yield rrotn Tl tatc Isstrulioa t prcticallr td iudlviCuaCT lers sole owners of the Kentucky Union of ColR M Kelly a list of checks No which was that of Micajah Napier where-Â¬ COMBS 10 teachers pre btock water as orchard of Special coarse fur Teachers end Eaii lojJ ted UjTJnlversIty Diploma prwenscd to graduate in Little was charged with forging a nMec lu railroad hare sold their immense combi 112831 No 112832 and No 112833 65 bearing apple tereec oftssortedinter Tlii boaUu citj U natod for iu litaUhfalneu anlsccitj zzA CEALEES IN the on and sumejer fruit young and thriftyf goVd jiation to an Eastern syndicate for the for first two for 1000 each and the last voucher for his pension money after the U TL leadiu railrond wbien iweied tho hirhest airori at the Toxt Book 38820 The checks were presented pensioner was dead He died August 9 Worlds Exposition lt Fxtcmire Practical and Cera barn and am bufldinirst about 100 acres of HAZEL GREEN ICY fr warn of 400000 I bottom land in ood state of calrivatlon 60 The five owners cleax- - to me by Alfred Little I recognize the 1882 and in December the check avis prrhcnaWe jreofBacu4 Elicatnj3 lausadonlyatthla AND LIVE STOCK OF ALL K1XDS College It U thf hrapit College v tix llir biht adon auruu wf whrah 13 naw in corn GO ace of cd uaateci iacc Lard5 la taiisea Vt it ci 50000 each on their investment audi prisoner as the man who presented them forwarded to Napier and obtained from Knl --For circujirs jiod tuTX partlgalart gddrm duArtiD rala Cor Main and Marion Streets imprpveBtable hind and the rcrcaipxag253 fltes iu Preilent the post office on a forced order by Lit PROVISIONS OF ALL KINDS WIU3UB H S2ETTH Ixinaton Ky sale acres ihnbered of which 163 acres i cover Â¬ CxVMPTON KY Intosh hy her mark The indorsement tie who afterward had it cashed by Canned Goods Coffee Sugar Teas Syrup ed with verv Snest oak and poplar soil Refused Patent Medicines Nails Axep Oils rich and productive andnnderlaid with Trponuade a person to pursue a cer-- was incomplete to Col R to pay them John M Snowdon a merchant of Jack- Â¬Â¬ FHAKTE and telegraphed M Kelly for son Snowdon was the only witness inWooden- - and Tinware In fact FinoBituminous Coal then persecute him le- - instructions as to whether I would have troduced in this case He stated he had HAZEL GEEEX KY Price 4500 Jeash and remainder in EYSRY THING YOU NEED one and two years Possession camoe of the pursuit of that policy by him arrested or not While waiting he cashed the check which was for 24 for givea at jSTGive ns a call and be convinced that once on Little and forwarded it to the Exchange Jiw3sg the public against his political escaped reasonable terms Persoa3 desiring Â¬ you can buy more goods from us to ihe Dolto H R French I am Cashier Mt Bank at Mt Sterling The check was HAZEL GREEX KY on H prefenaeiit is a pusilanimous proceeding jSMakes said repairs all kinds of Fanning lar than at any other house in tne moun Â¬ W- - purchaseatcan call Green C Hern don or O Mize Sterling Bank Little came to my banlc returned in a few days bearing the in Â¬ Hazel or the tahder tains We also desire to buy a number of S Horse Shoeing a Specialty Buggies Tools Buggies and Wagons peculiar afoac to n parsimonious and pe-- about last of March and wanted me to dorsement that Nicajah Napier was dead waqons and all kinds of Farm Tools mad Shoeing will receive especial atten Fat Cattle and Sheep for which we will pay sinedat Stanionr Powell countv Ky Horse llay 27 1855 poltroon Pooh I cash three checks drawn bv Col Kellv and the payment of the check had been and repaired in the best manner I WT XAPEL the highest market price tion ce Hazel Geeen Herald iwatl 5CS52ES5ZSSK Afv Vc A LITTLE TRIAL it T S m fcJT S f W H AllD Si GOODS HAZEL BEEN CARPETING Cincinnati rVrfcV1 lX37 KTj SJJSf THE HERALD LYTLB CO DRY GOODS KOTiOHS CLOTHilffC Soots Shoes Hats Gaps Drugs Groceries Queensware Hardware Saddlery Cutlery it ano v n n It a d 96 Fear St CINCINNATI SWANGO Dealers in General MerchandisedMAY the 5 Jobbers L 5 it mm irrn Trmirn u The Water for Afflicted humanity IHOF IS KING ngi ueensware Glassware JP e SWAHOOri Cincinnati la l Louis Stix Go GENERAL MEBOHA IAJts Goods and notions Steves Pocket W Dicliinson HAT HOUSE iff m I fUiullDo OUWOlis uilu ull ui 01 0 im m HTutt HEW BUGGY WOBKS argest Stock of Clocks T Eastern Kentucky- Oonroy Shore TY itiul eljltn V 11 - V JONES SIGN PAINTING Hazel Green Academy 845s Tne WICMmA UWABBIBGEB Sunday-- iaQniT5cy Tj g totaaiiuu MT STBELING- KY Assets S143S4S780 gffSSms iKssm IMS rnr353S5ta -- 1 E EOBEBTS V Garter Eros Co BROTHERS -- Goods and Motions 1 PlifiiS Ji mcoobjsige cox- 1 BJrSJaid JH Davis Mallory DRY GOODS And Fancy Goods NOTIONS bun Jled i li Jackson hign - pr Boots and Shoes tem 423 CASKEY 1 PIERATT3 YAUaHN Cenerai SVierchandise GIRIOIOIBIB S Salt Flour Bacon 1 TTLEB J T PISSATT BLACKSMITH BLACKSMITH Tl 5 t- - SM5S 2s- - - tl m wwf iT i UJiyv ntia11 i y Jf- T 1 - iafciiii Imimimfti tfvwt y Li niifu - - te V JiMiggggjitfssgtJ - - 1C JL 5f V - a- -- dfeSBfc- - gsasggragrrrrHznggBtsggstt SSaSISZ rrftffwrrrfiffiffiiriie -- 4 -- HH MAYftfwsr Sent 12 Jo M Piera GlLEEN says he is the boss horse trader in Maytown AndUroughtlinck to Answer for 31artler in 4Cvan c Setter a Yer At One day last week he bought a horte from EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS BY COUNTIES- In a difficulty in Knott county some J J Cannoy swapped it for two sold one fe a correspondent in even six or seven years since which grevr outof Jteported by Special Correspondents from of them and swapped the other off and sold jarecuwCl lie eoaaties of Wolfe ilor- - a scuifile commenced in friendship Daniel 1 1 out in six hours All Points in the Mountains mm jsresxBizv jneniiee -- uagoiun xrow Hays killed Martin Dingus and fearing fodder IlAZEL IEEBAia A FUGITIVE FOUND w i - UOElffilPOSlJEKGE iPevWB wt dl Elliott Estill Perry 2nd Eloyd In the strong arm of the law made tracks fori every point in rue mountains fact the WesL De was subsequently indicted Wte for terms to agents c by the Grand Jury of Knott connty for murder butlie has been a fugitive from jusTIME TABLE tice since the commission of the crime A Ssuth Atlantic Railway short time since however IVilburn JIall Kpfecky Stanford tiae22 minutes slower than Mt Esq a practicing attorney of Hindman the Â¬ l 23eves ML Sterling fit 7 a m arriving aHothwell at 40 a m X 2 leaves Rathwell at 9 a- - a arrives at ML Sterling At lOuiO a m Xe 3 leaves 3ft Sterling at 140 p m ar rives atRothwell at 320 p m He 4 leaves EotIrwelI at 345 p ra arrives K Sterling time Â¬ m Ke 2 ceaaects at ML Sterling with 1105 a m aad 157 p m trains on C O railway w Lexington Cincinnati and Louis ville- Us 3 connects at ML Sterling Trith 1105 a m train on C O from the East and 130 p train from Louisville and Cincinnati t ML Sterling at 530 p r leaves Utkwell on the 3rd Monday in each Hth at 730 a an arriving at Ml Sterling t 9 a m Returning leaves ML Sterling at 3 pm arriving et RothweU at 430 p in oiernng ieaves Ilotnweu lor jnt TJ T1TTI aio p m rTS T AliUiXl SupL jrV J SJSentgoHaery connty court day special a HAZEL GREEN WEDNESDAY KY 16 1SS5 SEPT j at TransieKt advertisements inserted 75 ceai per inch first insertion and 25 cents aa inch each subsequent insertion LOCAL ITEWS o If ir Born On the 14tli inst to tlieTvifc of Boone Day of Daysboro a boy a rt tt H A I T Born Born J Stephenson On the 6th insL to the wife of Sr a boy Forrest Taulbee if On the 12th to the wife of W S Maddox of lied Eiver a girl weight 11 pounds John H Evans has lcen appointed pevtnaster at tlus place vice ILjC Jlerudon reaaeved t MwoaJvash Bora To the wife of Greenville Ward oa Taesday the Sth insL a boy Dr John -- counrv seat of Knott learned of the fugi tives location in Kansas Communicating with Gov Knott as to his knowledge he was appointed a special agent to bring him back to Kentucky Accompanied b Lewis Hays county clerk of Knott and cousin of Daniel Hays the and brother-in-lacriminal Mr Hall went to Kansas about 10 days since and found his man at Hartlin that State He was working as section boss on the railroad at that place which position he had satisfactorily filled for about three years the expressed opinion of his acquain- Â¬ tances being that he was a sober industrious man He made no resitance nor did he de- Â¬ mur to coming to Kentucky to stand his trial which will come up at the November term of the Knott Circuit Court The party consisting of Messrs Hall and Lewis Hays Daniel Hays prisoner and Mrs Hays wife of tlie prisoner and sister of Lewis arrived here on Friday evening last They were guests of the Pieratt House overnight and left Saturday morning for KnotL From what we conld gather the prisoner is anx- Â¬ ious for his trial The witnesses have been spirited away or died and the Common wealth will not be able to present u strong case against him by any means Ik sides it is generally conceded that the killing was the result of passion and without malice Mr Hail will receive the reward of 150 offered by the dead mans relatives and as his expenses were paid by the State he be- Â¬ ing its agent he is just that much ahead which is doubtless much better than de pendence upon lawyers fees which aie oc casionally paid in giusenj and eardeu sass in that sections w Â¬ and cutting corn They say they never saw With the Camftox Sept 14 Tuesday the 8th better crops for many years was Hon C M Hankss birth day he good crops of corn and plenty of mast hogs inst being 71 years old- - He has 14 living chil- Â¬ will soon be fat R M Pieratt and James Dennis of dren of whom nine were present at his Eaney birth day dinner Mrs H D Spradling Mrs Ezel were in town last week Peter DufTand husband Mrs T P Collins crossed over the line into Wolfe You can worth and husband Mrs II THorton Mrs guess what for G W Cox C C Hank ex sheriff and Well we want to know what has be-Â¬ clerk C M Hanks Jr and wife and two come of Longfellow and Garkey We single girls at home His sister Mrs James want to hear from them especially the Old Cox aged 73 years was present Two wid- Â¬ Dominion owed ladies Mrs Barbara Ashley aged The Herald is a welcome visitor 81 and Mrs Louisa Hogg aged 59 Your We would not do without it for ten tunes correspondent was present and partook of the price May she ever be the newsy sheet the splendid dinner that was set in honor of she is the occasion Mr Hanks is quite an active B F Sexton was arrested last week by man for one of his age He plowed in his Marshal Punch for violating the Kevenue corn field last summer like a boy and seems law but fortunately for Ben he came clear to be in good health except his eyes which W T Day returned last week from he thinks are getting better Louisville whither he had been to the U S W T Hogg returned from Louisville Court last Thursday very sick and has been at J J Cannoy of Spencer Station was the residence of his brother David Hogg up last week and gave us a pleasant call for the last four day He started for home James P Powers of Salyersville was this morning accompanied by his wife Aveek The primary election passed off quiet- Â¬ the guest of his father last Ox The Road ly at this place and the defeated candidates o are very jubilant this morning The only Upper Gpassy Sept 12 Andrew question among them is who shall steer their C Nickell an industrious farmer of Grassy bark up Salt Itiver A F Byrd begun his school at this Creek says he found a stalk of corn in his field this summer which measured 15 feet place this morning The people think well and 10 inches of Floyd as a teacher -- WOLFE COUNT The farmers are busy saving Cooper and Rev E Pinekel1 present Friday 37 have signified TJp to tlie their desire to have a Presbyterian Church in this community aud one will be organ Â¬ ized on Sunday They will build ou Frozen and will have Rev W B Cooper of Jack-Â¬ son for their pastor There is much inter- Â¬ est manifested and a great deal of teal good is resulting from the meetings Some 30 years ago Mr B F Holmes now on a visit to his old home at thattimc a mere child was received into the church and baptized by Rev S P Chandler On Thursday last the first day that Bro Chand- Â¬ ler was able to attend Freddie the oldest son of Mr Holmes made profession of faith in the LORD and on the following day the dear old man who had led the father to the Savior baptized all his children here among STUMP the hills of his native country Sept 14 The meeting closed Sunday and organized a church with C4 members Nearly everybody in this community has confessed Christ The name of our church We will be The Church of the Wilderness to commence raised a subscription of 6S250 Stump the building o j fwjjj W ULtfiJH J n cf fcu y r31i sar ba tfi -v a - j ir- - t WM- T - vsj ti jv 1 -- T e- - r SLSmI WHOLES ALE a5fD BEAEL--JL 0 rv Goods Sto gOYv r-- I 1 Orders iilled promptly and careftilly We have a Tbig drive ini Spx toe Boot at extra good Come and see me Eeese Building We are anxious to sell Que kofs and will make out prices right I - 0 B WILLMOT m Tin r -- JnI nm-m-rt- T E - I-- Jf I TTLTnT TrTT JSS Y T fjV 5 --- Mi mBmmtmammmamBmmmaatmnmtaKiBmmmaKKtaaaommaKmatitmmammcisanmxmsKrsKmtmitMacimmmm 3 r-- v E9 It Eli ins The Best Most Durable and Lisrntest Hi Machine on the Market r - Sept J M Snowdon Thomas Hogg John Card well Edwin Card well A II nargis Ed Markham and others were summoned to attend the trial of Alfred Little in the United States Court at Louis- Â¬ Jackson 11 ville Sept 7 Mrs Cynthia A Gose of this vicinity Charley Guy and wife are visiting rel- Â¬ has a squash vine which has 190 squashes atives at this place Sifteuhead On The Wing bring on another on it Mrs Anjreline Fly came very near dying yesterday of cramp colic Jas U Vest and wife were summoned and gave her a teaspoonful of coal oil which gave immediate relipf and she was soon able to bit up The readers of The Herald shruld remember this and it may be the means of giving relief to some 12 Gillmoke Sept hoss Hiram Host deputy collector and for rheumatism Fsprains cuts brubes etc Day Tfcossas Prysa general store keeper were Sold by J T in tewn last week storehouse newly thingled Trcry much to its appearance who have used it to be the greatest remedy Breens Liniment is pronounced by all one else John Lindon was thrown from a mule a few days since and one bone arm was broken in the fall of his left Fletcher McGuire has just had his which adds Breens Xiiniraent removes loiots and all enlargements on horses or other stock Ho care no pay Sold by J T F Day continues to black boots and shoes and warrants his work not to ripTavel or run down at the heel Jimmie Brown at the Day House The proceedings of the Letcher county Teacher Institute have been received but -- published next week were aeislaid They will be looked up and 3oae M I 11 Taylor Day is imildinc a warm on the lot adjacent his dwelling to protect his firoits and flowers during the chilling blasts of winter Breens liniment is certainly the best combination of remedies for corns neural J Â¬ jireiuced Sold by J T F Daj Bev W P Taulbee was in town last Kondav en route home from Campton where lie on Sunday preached the funeral of Mrs David Hogg who died sometime gia pains in the back and side etc ever For The Her vld Yearly Ireanyterian Meeting The Yearly Meeting of the Presbyte Â¬ rian Churches in the couuties of Menifee Morgan Wolfe and Breathitt will convene at Ilazel Green on Friday before the 4th Sunday in September at 11 oclock a r and continue until Sunday nirht Preach ing every day at 11 A ir and at night Ses- Â¬ sions of the Yearly Meeting Friday after noon Saturday morning before preaching and Saturday afternoon All officers of the Presbyterian Church ministers elders and deacons are members of the Yearly Meet- Â¬ ing entitled to a voice and vote The Meet Â¬ ing will disruss the duties of church mem- Â¬ bers and officers and the doctrines of the church All sessions are public and every- Â¬ one is invited Dr Guerraut will be pres- Â¬ ent and probably other ministers from be- Â¬ Programme low Let everybody come given in next weeks Herald EUGESZ P MlCKEL The mast is beginning to fall and hogs are beginning to curl their tails and go boa The people of this section are making preparations to support the Annual Meet- Â¬ ing which will begin Friday the 18th inst The Christian Church of this commu- Â¬ nity have employed John Charey to paint their part of the new church at this place Dr E O Guerrant and Bev T B Converse of Louisville preached at Beth salem on Friday the 4th inst All we have to say in reply to On The Wing is that he has made a wrong quotation of scripture Xews is a scarce article in this vicini ty Suxshine MENIFEE COUNTY Bev F B Converse editor of the Christian Observer Louisville has held a four days meeting here his services closing Wednesday night with two additions to the church Jo S Clarke principal workman on the Presbyterian Church has recovered from his illness and is at work again The church is nearing completion Mrs J M Snowden has been visiting friends and relatives in Lee county Charles J Little is in the lumber bus Â¬ iness this year Wm Combs returned from Louisville Meridith Saturday last VIRGINIA Every Machine Fully Warranted HANlJY JUDY G eneral Agents for Eastern Xentuoky Mt Sterling Ky Orders solicited by T J STEYEISOj Hazel Green Ky The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal HootsHerfes and Barks Except Ginseng Bev E W Minton and wife started this morning to Quarterly meeting on Stillwater Corn cutting is now in order and wheat sowing time is here but we have no seed Henry Banks has a very sick child Its recovery is doubtful Uncle Remus MORGAN COUNTY Â¬ W B CoorEK I pstors w - T Teachers Keport Z Hancy teacher of district school J last year No 27 seuds the following report It is H O Cease who is visiting here found after a general review of the weeks case near being torn to pieces by a vicious work that the followiuc pupils excel in the sew while in the country a few days since studies Primer Stella Hose The timelv assistance of his dog was all respective Soellinc 1st class Seott Licv 2nd class that saved him wrAnAMS J B ADAMS J W ADAMS S Jiosa Carson 3rd class perfecL First read- Daniel B a little son of D B James Ciarence Rose 2nd reader Rosa Carison - 4- d reader Henry C Laej 4th reader Belle eorn stubble into his abdomen The wound Carison Primary geography 1st class Ida ib qaitc a serious one but at last accounts he was getting along very well Rose 2nd clas- Ellsworth Lacy Advanced Successors to JOHN G BAXTEB geography perfect Primary arithmetic Lillie and Lula Day the bright little WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURERS OF twins of J T and Mrs Roe Day of this Bruce Little intermediate arithmetic per-Â¬ place on a little chick which has only one fect advanced arithmetic Grant Lacy eye It being so hatched Owing to a defor Primary grammar perfect intermediate ity of its beak it cannot pick up food but Â¬ the little girls ieed it and hope to raise it grammar Deborah Fallen advanced grammar perfecL Elementary arithmetic Mary for Em by hand as it were Nickell Advanced history Graut Lacy Sincere thanks kind Editor for the Mrs Lizzie Kasb living near here Physiology perfecL gift recently Success to your paper deli- Â¬ last week sent us a basket of the most Hollow ware and Tinners Stock Miss Vicie Gillispie is visiting her twin cious apples we have ever had the pleasure Sleeting in Breathitt -- - -Ol eating jor wmen enu vvju pimiac uvecju Office and Salesroom sister Miss Maria at Knob 738 W Main Street Bev E O Guerrant of the Presbyte Â¬ Wm Cecil to MLs Bet Oakley The young were of several vane thanks The apples Born To the wife of F Jerome Grey couple have our best wishes 3 ties of all which she has an abundance and rian Church ML Sterling fcincc leaving Ha- Â¬ LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Garkey -H beal a fine boy those wiahing to put up apples for winter zel Green held a meeting at White Oak Several young men from this neighbor- Â¬ will do well to purchase of her school house in Breathitt county com- Â¬ hood attended the Association on Stillwater SPwe handle nothing but Charcoal Tin and guarantee evciythin j i not to leak r new mencing on Sunday the 5th inst and clos- and report a good meeting and a splendid We ask special attention to our JDkiI2l These pencils while ing at 11 A M on Sunday the 13th which time generally Matchless Pencils N II TRIMBLE ROBTt M TRIMBIs- Eyerv low in price are we claim equal in resulted in 25 additions up to Wednesday Dr 1 D Killgore of this place who HAZEL GREEN KY qaaJity for all business purposes to anv pci the 9th at which time our informant Rev has had quite a protracted ill ties is we are Stands at the head of Low Prices with ev cil in the market not excepting those ot the erything you want in highest cosL They excel particularly in ab J M Little left Mr Little says the people proud to state able to resume his practice sesee of rit and strength of lead Send of that section are determined to have a as a physician for price lisL Jansen McClurg Co Wa church house and several influential and GOODS NOTIONS Mrs W P Henry is still improving basn ave and Madison SL Chicago willing After being in a hopeless condition for two wealthy citizens have signified their Boots Shoes Hats Clothing ness of contributing largely and using their weeks it is now thought she will recover AND DEALERS IN GBOCEBIES HABDWABE DBTJGS S M Tyler living near here in Mor- - influence to further the undertaking Mr sick list Mrs Wm Kemplin is on the county on Thursday last brought us n BREATHITT COUNTY FLOUR BACON c fanof the finest Irish potatoes wc have seen Guerrant left tliat place on Sunday the 13th this weak and is thought to be in a very The monev is what I want and I will give this year and they do raise wine awful nice for Beginning Branch school house on the dangerous condition Lost Creek Sept 8 There was con- Â¬ MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH ones about tore The specimen is of the Middle Fork of Kentucky River where he Hubert Grcar is having a nice lot of siderable interest manifested at Leather than any other house in town Buchanan variety and they are very large will hold a mcetiug of a week or ten days Country produce taken in exchange for and laaciou Mr Tyler is a smart larmer walnut lumber cut at the mill here for the wood meeting house on the Gth and 7th F MCGUIRE goods brought some of the finest speci duration and has Mt Sterling market inst Col G W Noble professed religiou of fruit ycgetables and cerials yet re- eai Charlie Howe with Trimble Bros Mt and united with the Baptist Church He licautiful Tooth ceired by us O Cease dentist of Louisa Sterling passed through here a few days desired to be baptized by sprinkling which Dr H MAYTOWN KY We call special attention to our new Ky is located at Hazel Green just now and ago mode three of the four Baptist preachers These remarkable pens Matchlcss Dens He was bap Â¬ refused to perform J L Johnson is having a nice stone present Takes the lead in Low Prices with every nmWnn tCe elasticity and freedom of a is doing some first class dental work He tized by Rev J D Noble It is thought the thing vou need m tlie wav ot action of will remain here for a short time only and chimney erected to his dwelling house cold pen with the quickness of -u- Colonel will enter the ministry If so he i- ey ure i Born To the wife of D A Sheets a any of our readers who are in need of his atcei pens DRY GOODS NOTIONS point and per- Â¬ will be a bright light as he is a well read GROCERIES for all work where a smooth and will last as services can find him at the Pieratt House girl On The Wing t elasticity are required fect man and a iiood orator Mav the Rood work den- Â¬ o BOOTS SHOES nATS CLOTHING long as two or three ordinary steel pons where he is prepared to do all sorts of jA for the Lord go on A and price lisL JansonMc tal work in a superior manner ne will Ezel Sept 5 To day we attended a Send for samples Co Wabash Ave and Madison St People in this community are taking Hardware Drugs Flour Bacon c c Crarc furnish a full set of upper and lower teeth citizens meeting at the Town Hall which Wholesale and retail at this office for 30 a set of either upper or low er for Chicago SS Money i3 what I want and I will give had for its object the erection by joint stock care of their fodder and report corn very So we see that hard times are still MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH cur 15 fill teeth pull teeth c His work is of a high school building in this place At light D H-- Fallen lost his buggy insL first class aud his charges very reasonale a former meeting there were committees ap- Â¬ ahead though it will give the farmers time than any house in Maytown Bev ww tfcia at Campton on Friday the 4th Country produce taken in exchange for requests us to say that he will be exÂ¬ Do not delay in seeing him as his stay in pointed on by laws and location v Inch com to sell off their stock before feed time We asd R A CHILDERS ceedingly obliged to the party returning limited but remember that when he goes mittees rendered their reports which were will have more mast than we have hogs to 2oods them He also informs us thatou Sunday away you will have no one upon whom to approved and adopted The lot selected is consume new shoeo 10 he tie 6th road found a gents Creek which the call for such work The Baptist association will commence one of the most beautiful locations for a ROCKERS on GiUmore in the KCo 1 at or near F M Days old store house the school building that we ever saw have liy proving property La owner can Otis W Snyder of Lexington Ky is his buggy cur On next Monday T J Swimm will 18th insL and we hope the distillers will not TEK Rev- - Fallen has found to Be UUs and the shoe is supposed to haying its seUing jewelry watches clock fcilverware complete the main stairway in the elegant sell any brandy for two weeks previous to MAYTOWN Ed Markham of Jackson judging from tc at remarkably lor prices just now and residence of our townsman Dr A B Nick- Â¬ this meeting or on the meeting days as we HOBSE SHOEING A KY SPECIALTY ponderous proportions to those of our citizens who are in need of ell It is a cylinder with continuous hand anticipate a good old fashioned meeting Will repair Farming Tools Buggies Wa Â¬ Â¬ de anything in his line we recommend a care- rail and is finished with alternate oak and county correspondent Buddy Strong and Miss Calahan were gons c Makes plows hoes c Satisfac- Â¬ A Powell explanation as to why TnE HER ful reading of his prices appended A good walnuL Mr Swimm is a first class mechan Â¬ married at Chap Strongs on the 2nd inst tion guaranteed in all cases of jOJ did not pubhsh the proceedingsand the clock for 1 ladies size solid gold hunting ic and has made stair building a special They had quite a lively time Their parents we T DAY tV Institute of that county e never case with genuine American movements study for years Teachers were not willing to tlie match but the young IsL to assign xeasons kten a copv of proceedings that we 19 solid silver Chatlain watches G50 The public school at this place is pro-Â¬ people were too smart for the old folks and Marshal and General Detective ceivea more1 than 75 teachers solid gold Chatlain watches 12 fine-as- gressing rapidly under the proficient tutor- Â¬ all is right now MAYTOWN KY 3rd A e lite of that countv take ourand while weVcdomg sortment gents and ladies set rings at one ship of Miss Emma Huttou formerly of W C Strong and N H Sally will Will attend to ferreting out criminals in - paper littles0garinounlffourth value Â¬ k Fifteen Professors and niruetwrs Harrison county This is her third school soon have their new houses done which any part of the country and guarantees satiwe canto advance tlie cause of educa sfaction in every casewhere employed pony uMricsIiaral agHwhaitoL SclentiEs EKintniierHfaifal thiHk the pedagogues should at Ezel and it is needless for us to offer any adds considerably to our little village Thcy Loolc Here tion we Orders by mail promptly attended to up sufficient sugar for a subscription each School Military Tastics asi 59ttfctfsilrtrsi Stf this please We have carried encomium as her retention is sufficient evi- Â¬ will also put up another new building Bead atleasL Eh Born On the 31st dav of August to SAVE YOUR MONEY AND BUY T slow customers until we are loaded down dence of her having rendered entire satis Â¬ COUNTY APPOINTEES RkTCBVtDFrJEE QF LKEIOH and it is impossible to continue to credit faction the wife of Wjlburn Day a girl name Lil- Â¬ Fall term begins Sept 9iXl XS83 Bed Biver Fr Ctatlilosjiuej shiO jfcT due YOUB GOODS CHEAP Bev W Maddox of thesent us the those whose notes and accounts are past take wv jAiTfcKguH John Arnsparger while chopping in lie May Thursday AGflrcwJA2IES r- - i you and will ri1 We must have pay from BclgnDoraouii itf seen mquire a while - live stock at Its value on notes and accounts the woods last Monday struck his leg with There is some sickness in this part of we have rxoir finest apple cirfor credit even if SLAtRK H GLLLIS the county u fe 15K ounces islSH inches In it Do not callowing us and haveyou are good the ax inflicting a severe wound saw who not settled TVITH auU said bv those - ifvouare B Ly cwniereace v0rth- We mean what we say J T F Day Uncle Eli Pieratt and Hon W NI OJ KiiUHU os Fkozex Creek Sept 11 Bev Dr kins have been quite ill but are now conva- Â¬ above was m tvpe R Since tlie era Spv WicCORD Hswihvaeaiz- AYDELOTT Sievers Xigntninfj Rods lescing DAYSEOEOTJGH KY E 0 Guerrant began a meeting on the first j Company a y Five hundred dollars reward will be Married On the 3d inst Peter Law Sunday in this month at the school house on in1 size and weight The UY your paper envelopes ink pens paid for anv building ttruck by lightning Gibson offic- Â¬ White Oak near Frozen He has been as- Â¬ Utier apple weighs 19 ouncesis jut now that is rodded in a scientific manner with son to Miss Lulie Hays Elder OPhox pencils c at TheHebald office LOUISVEDLEKY LO sisted by Rev F B Converse of Louisville Xex iating in clrcnmference and W P Staggs Co our rods o- our eye e apple of Jr Sept 14 We under- Â¬ stand there is to be a primary election held in this county the last Saturday in October for the purpose of selecting candidates for the various county offices to be elected next AugusL There are eight or nine offices to fill and some 35 or 40 aspirants The people will doubtless make a good selection as they have a goodly number to choose from The sale of Wm K Murphy deceased will take place at his residence on this creek on the 2Gth inst There will be a considera Â¬ ble amount of various kinds of stock as well as farming utensils household and kitchen furniture offered for sale The execution and confession of Floyd Williams should be a warning to all men and especially young men They should ad- Â¬ here strictly to good advice obey their pa- Â¬ rents shun bad company and be temperate in all things Hiram Grear and son William and a number of others near this place have just returned from quite an extended visit to rel- Â¬ atives and friends in Virgiuia and report a pleasant trip Bichard Hamilton late of Flat Gap Johnson county has located near here and is working in the blacksmith shop at this place He is a good smith and was much needed here Married On the 9th inst at the resi- Â¬ dence of the brides father J V Oakley Grassy Creek Â¬ We were Sept blessed last Sunday with plenty of preach- Â¬ ers and preaching Elder D G Combs preached the funerals of John Bays and his wife in the morning and at three in the afternoon preached the funeral of Miss Clay Phelps Elder J M Adams Revs Demait c Stamper and the two Ragans attended the services Rev W L Stamper preached at night Large congregations attended all the services Elder Combs closed his pastoral services for the church here He has given us a great deal of good preaching for little pay In fact all the mountain preachers are poorly paid which is not as it should be and if the people are not able to pay them wc think it would be economy for the State to appropriate funds for the purpose for the preaching of Barnes Combs Demaree Guerrant Diekey and others has saved the State more money than the courts and all the military companies that have been sent among us and a bad man changed from his evil ways by the gospel becomes an instru ment of good instead of evil Let the preachers be well paid aud let us have more of them Our school has opened in the new building with an attendance of 75 pupils K L Hifner of Fayette county principal He has been engaged to teach ten months All the common school the higher Englibh branches the German French and Latin languages and music will be taught Quarterly court has been in session the entire week since Monday with an unusu- Â¬ ally large docket and much matter litigated I W Mapel of Sainton and Judge B r Day of Mt Sterling have been in attendance There are now five good commodious churches being built in Menifee county Two in Frenchburg one at Cornwell one on Hawkinss Branch and one on Long Branch of Galladie We were pleased to notice the good looking face of II C Herndon one end of The Herald staff on our streets on his way to and from Louisville Elder Combs informs us that about 250 persons were added to the church under his preaching during the past year Born On Sept 10 to the wife of W W Pcnix a girl Toot 11 Â¬ Frenchburg Tnzcwell County Items Cedar Bluff Sept 2 Well Un- Â¬ cle Remus I think you are slightly mis- Â¬ taken in regard to my sex I am a wo man If I was a man I certainly would esLiblish mail routes to all the places you desire bnt as I am not I do all I can for The Herald Uncle Elijah McGuire is still with us and is getting along very well Floyd is alive and still in the asylum nis brother Marion McGuire visited him not long since and found his condition is not much better A woolen factory is under headway at Cedar Bluff under the management of tho following firm J Marion McGuire E II E B and Chas Scott It is badly needed and will add greatly to the wealth of the count as well as the proprietors B F Cecil feels that he may boast of the best crops of the season having a fifteen acre field of corn which will average 50 or 60 bushels to the acre and an eighteen acre field of wheat yielding 100 bushels which was past the common turnout Bros Mitchel Tabor and Lockhart have just closed a protracted meeting at Steeles Chapel Several conversions and a general warming up of old members J T BREEN Main itreetr OM 3 Importers I Wholesale Druggists Mt Sterling Ey Keeps Constantly on hand a barge and well se- Â¬ lected Stock of hmm Ml WW1 no urn i H F Hunt and laay have just re- Â¬ turned from Bristol Tenn where they have been spending a few days with their daugh- Â¬ ter Mrs John Truitt Messrs Jo and Beverly Stra3 of Jeff crsonville with their families are expected at the Sulphur Springs this week Prof Harve Bailey has moved to In Â¬ dian and will commence the high school there the 7th of September B F Cecil has rented his farm and will now live in Indian He has built a very large barn on his place there Mrs T M Scott and her accomplished daughter Miss Nellie are visiting Charlie Scott of Russell county Emniett H Scott now holds the posi- Â¬ tion of U S Deputy Marshal Three cheers Which he sells WHolesaie and Hetail as Cheap as they can be bought in the State Give him a call and be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go c ADAMS BROTHERS CO - STOVES GRATES MANTELS Pieced Pressed and Japanned Tinware DRY TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE 0ROCERS 51 t A -- Flour Provisions SaltNails Oilsy Powder Field and G aren rSeeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock ami do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling Wisliine to devote niy time to my ober busi ness i win sen my A 91 i For Saiie--- OL aw Mini Lane Bodley B iLACKSMITH J Consisting of a 25 Circular Boiler a Saiiil ixtnresHorso lyvrsgme antv BawEdgLc 2f mnan w Everything isan Iirst elagg QrderILLdTwxIl sold at afoargain oil easy terms Parties wisMffg to 5uy are invited to call and examine tne property tJornweilj Sy ALFRED COMBS z trv TATECOLLECEoflE x Â¬ V -- - w --- NiCKELL w r tcsioQ 1 St T v HJ bh Wholesale Hatters k Ofon llfcl fh - - mmmamummm fa - WHt9fmgimmfmnmmimnr mmi WJy JT - r- - iiK yMiisMisjiwi gFisjtemjism gJMgiw i 3 rSAZEL Gbeen HAZEL GREEN Heralf - J OftfclGN GOSSIP There ara 87000 paupers in Lon- - SPiKCER OOOFES Proprietor c - KENTUCKY PECULATION Miaerr y One of Ae finnc Crime rented by a Cisterican monk Many of the plants in theluileries Gardens are two and three hundred -- In 1120 the first striking clock was r I Ife K xgo a noteworthy account of lli6 taetkods of oae or two ot the leading stock operaters i that city JThe re oafortkis exposure was due t the fact that tke efcor of the aforesaid journal trusting to the statements of a Ieaimg gtofck operator had been fed iato jeakng investments and advising hs friends to 2naketbemTfhich shoi tly after proved to be exceedingly unfor Â¬ tunate ones The motive of the ex Â¬ posure was therefore oae of revenge the lesson which th exposure teaches is not on that account any the 3es profitable The daily reports of the sales of shares in the Slew York Stock Exchange supply obvious proof that th dumber of those who bow en gag in stock speculation is very much seoaller than it was three or four jears sgo The transfers are now on an avÂ¬ erage only about oue third as large as their were i 1881 this diminution oe ng dae to the withdrawal from the stock narket of an enormous number of sautll operators who at one time furnished the funds upon which the large operators worked But in spile of the losses tf the last throe or four jears the temptatos to make money quick either by buying or selling is still too keen not to prove attractive to certain number of outsiders Those who buy simply for investment are st 11 but an insignificant fraction of those who buy or sell for a quick turn in the market Xow the point in the exposÂ¬ ure which we liave referred to above consists in the revelation that it makes of the way in which stocks are mani Â¬ -- iaewYork ctjgaTe a dajor il papers published two years old The lance has disappeared from lie list of weapons used in the Aus Â¬ trian army The lancers will be con Â¬ verted jntb light cavalrymen A Paris judge refused to hear a case against a wife who had thrown her husband out of a window and brok Â¬ en his leg but advised her to open a gymnasium at which other wives could train 000 lt pulated f I 1 porations are selected and two promi- Â¬ nent operators meet together each morning and agree to work together in controlling these specialties It is quite probable that they will give out in an authoritative manner that the prices of the stocks they have selected are bound to rise and these opinions coming from such high source are not only circulated in the New York Stock Exchange but are telegraphed all over the country either by spec al wire or in the regular press reports Having thus encouraged a fictitious confidence and brought about a more or less active le tnand the interestel operators begin to manipulate for a decline They sk 1 fully feed out a suthcient quantitv of tock to supply the demand they nave occas oned and when this hus been ac complished they throw upon the marÂ¬ ket masses of stock for which- - there is no adequate demand and as a conse Â¬ quence force the price downward with leaps and bounds Or reversing ther methods they may operate for a rise under parallel conditions so far as the utilization of misinformation is concerned Now it is apparent that those who speculate in a small way for qu ck turns are wholly at the mercy of these operators The rise and lall in prices is not in the least governed dj the nat ural condit ons of business The price of certain stock may go up at a time when the business cond tions of the road on the prosperity of which its value is based are exceedingly precar ous Or the market value of the stock may go down when the railroad ha an encouraging outlook for the future Personal judgment and an intniate knowledge of the actual condi tion of the property are of not the least service in speculatons of this kind They will indeed war rant a man in making an investment that he proposes shall be permanent or they might warrant a man in mak ing an investment which he was willing to hold on to through an indefinite period of time in the hope ol celling out when the value of the stock eventually appreciated But th s is not speculation in the sense that it is ordinarily understood and it is not this species of speculation that is greatly encouraged by stock brokers who as they depend for their profits upon their comm ssions are naturally desirous that those for whom they deal should buy and sell as quickly and as frequently as possible But in such quick turns the novice is wholly at the mercy of the large manipulator He stands no more chance than a man vould who had been beguiled into playing a game ot poker with three or lour others who had arranged matters in advance and had either stocked the nards or had agreed upon some given method of procedure by which thei victim was to be defrauded It is these disreputable methods thai have led to so much misery and crime The bank officials and the trustees oi property who have from time to time beeniound guilty of using the funds entrusted to their care in stock operations have perhaps displayed ord nary sagacity in making their investments but they have had to contend not with honest dealers but with sharpers They have it is true been induced by their losses to use money that did not belong to Ihem but when their crime has been discovered they have been bitterly punished either by imprisonment or by the loss of that social standing which they had previously possessed Indeed in a number of instances the victims ol these methods have paid the penalty ol - their credulity with their lives This retribution is no more than those de serve who prove recreant to the trusts confided to them But the strangest feature in this business is that the men who have been the ropers In the men who have practiced upon the credulity of the community who have circulated false stories who have trafficked in dishonesty and have filled their pock Â¬ ets with plunder taken from the credu- Â¬ lous are trll looked noon as good and respectable members of the community Instead of receiving their deserts in Â¬ stead of being driven to suicide by the shame which public contumely heaps upon them they pose before the people as great financial asthonries as the pillars of oar aiercantfle state and as worthy models ior future generations -- particular instance the shares of two or three well known cor Â¬ In this Â¬ dom of the Netherlands supports 1500000 cattle 275000 horses 850000 sheep and 350000 hogs This is less than one acre to the animal During a recent speech in favor of cremation Sir Spencer Wells men Â¬ tioned that an epidemic of scarlet fever broke out in a country town on the opening of some graves of persons who had d ed with that dsease thirty years previously In Normandy bird dealers arrange singing contests between favorite chaf-Â¬ finches which are sometimes compelled to sing alternately as manv as eight hundred times Occasionally the cruel practice of depriving them of sight is indulged in as blind birds are often the best singers The French Captain who on the march at Vizille tied a private to a mules saddle has been caslrered for a year and the Government journals quote this punishment as evidence that torture is not tolerated in the French army although the opposition prints affirm that it is frequently inflicted There are now established on the coast of Great Britain 284 lifeboat sta t ons In the current year there were 3654 casualties to shipping around the British Isles 633 lives and eigh en vessels were saved in addition to 189 lives by shore boats and other means where rewards were given being a total of 792 lives saved through the agency of the society During the year lifeboats were launched 252 times and not one man of their crews was lost The New South Wales reg ment which took part in the Soudan cam- a gn has arrived home in Sydney hey were gven a tremendous re- Â¬ ception The day was made a public hoi day Delegates came from all the colo lies in Australia and all the ava lable troops were drawn up to wel- Â¬ come the returning soldiers The Governor delivered an address to the contingent thanking them in the name of the Queen and the colonies for the great services they had ren-Â¬ dered Japan is made up of a chain of volcanic mountains and the arable land of the empire is onicially put at 11215000 acres -- less than one half the area of the State of New York and this is so fertile and thoroughly culti- Â¬ vated that it feeds a population of 37 000000 about that of France Rice is one of the principal crops and of this some 200000000 bushels are raised annually Hand labor is generally used and two or three crops a year are rased on the same land Artificial irrigation is general being necessary over one half of the cultivated land and frequently the water is taken from streams from twenty to th rty miles dstant The total number of horned cattle is 1115000 and of horses 1605 000 Wood of all kinds is cheap and reported that 2800 acres of grazing lands in the king Â¬ It is officially load after boat loal from one bank sf the Ganeres to the other But the monkeys pretended to misunderstand j tne arrangement They auectea to think the trip s mere outing a days picnic So though shey allowed them- caWaa w Vi fntan rt in tlto ttimTllTltr with the utmost complacency they at- I ways insisted on being brougnt oacK again in the evening Boats ply in large numbers upon the river and without asking for permission or offer- Â¬ ing to pay any thing they used to ship themselves as passengers and return to sleep in the c ty On another occason certain lands a short distance off were specially set apart by the princely Rajah for their maintenance and an immense number of the animals were respectfully con- Â¬ ducted to their new quarters and in Â¬ vited to settle there But no the monkeys found there were no sweet- Â¬ meat stalls in the fields no cake shops in the graves and they courteously yet firmly declined the Rajahs prof- Â¬ fered hospitality and came strolling back into the city at their leisure They had ta ted the pleasures of a rural life and deliberately arrived at the conclusion that theypreferred those of the town so they gave up the corn- Â¬ fields and the mango trees for the cool courts of the many templed c ty and the baaars where lollipops were al- Â¬ ways to be had for the steal ng The present effort however this of deportÂ¬ ing by train to such a distance as Sa hamnpore such a large number as 10 000 is by far the most serious that has been made and if the four handed one3 submit to be deported this time thev must make up the r minds foroer manent exile Railway companies have no superst tutions about Hanu man they do not worsh p monkeys Thus unless the animals are prepared to pay their own return fare and to travel back in a respectable and honest manner they will have to bid farewell to the beautiful old city where they spent such happy years and where their bones will now have no chance cf sacredly reposing after death There is no chance of their ever finding ther way back London Telegraph AFRICA TjOt Wages the Rule on the Dark Contl KILLING The Quickest and Ieast Painful Mnner in Which the Xives of Horses und Hogs A Young Man Relatea His Pe- Â¬ May Be Taken culiar Experience Humanity requires that animals be killed in the quickest and least painful manner ha Ingenious DevJco by TVhich He The following circular has been sent to the police of ail our 3kfassachusetts cities and Quieted a Car toad of Excitable to our agents throughout the State Women and Secured an UnÂ¬ Nights Best disturbed A S0UED SLUMBER HUMANE A young man from Buffalo was relating eome sleeping car experiences the other night to a select audience at a small table t the Hoffman House in New York City You will remember he said the sensa- Â¬ tion that was created a month or so ago by a madman who took possession of a rail- Â¬ road train In Illinois Well I had a peÂ¬ culiar experience myself once with a crazy woman on a sleeping car You see I had run down to New York for a few days and as luck and my friends would have it 1 didnt get much more than three or four hours sleep all the time I was down here there was so much painting to be done I determined to make it up by sleeping all the way back home and I took the evening train for Buffalo on the Central I was so sleepy when I got down to the depot that 1 could scarcely keep my eyes open and I took some ammonia aud soda water just be-Â¬ fore I got on the cars to keep myself awake until the porter could fix up my bertli There were two sleeping cars on the train and 1 had a section in the first one The train was not billed to start for fifteen min- Â¬ utes after I arrived and I walked through the cars I found that I was the only male occupant of the sleeper my berth was in and after ordering the porter to make up the bed at once I went into the next car I found some people there that I knew and I remained talking with them for half an hour after the train started Then I started back for my own car almost dead with sleep and happy at the thought that at last I was going to have a rest When 1 opened the door of the other sleeper however I found all the occupants crowded in the end of the car all of them women They seized me at once 40 one of them said were so glad vou have coine in here Youre the gentleman that has a section in this car arent you I replied that I was Do you know the woman went on in a tone of the utmost horror theres a crazy woman in the car Shes got the berth at the other end and theres an attendant with her Every little while she screams and raves and the attendant has all she can do to keep her quiet O dear we are so frightened we dont know what to do Why dont you go to bed I said Go to bed they all shrieked in chorus Go to bed with that woman raving at the They all asrreed that other end of the car they wouldnt go to bed tor SI 00000 each --A case occurred in Belfast Me which shows how the little birds under standand appreciate kindness A nest containing two young birds hadbeeu in some way destroyed and the little birds had fallen upon the ground They were picked up by a kind hearted gentleman who was holding them ten palm of his hand when the parent bird came and alighting upon his sleeve commenced feeding the little ones The birdling3 were placed in a cage which was hung up outside the house and now the parent bird makes regular trips to the place supplies her bailies with food and then retires to a little distance She shows no fear of the gentleman who found the birds nor of the children in whose care they have been placed Boston Journal m la RAfd tiisfc a ladvs staadfwc ia easily be deterraied by fescdre at the breakfasc tabls aa expantgTg showy cosmme indicating1 that tie wwarsr Th Mernlaff tycn Tfc Ir has not yet learned the proprieties no one need bo afraid of beia caHei shoddy if her loveliness is as apparea by daylight us at the hops Perfect be try is never the attendant of disease abora all of those diseases peculiar to wossea and which find a ready core in Dr Pierces Favorite ErescriptioHJ Pries redaced to one dollar By druggists Bt j EccxSTKicrrr in a rich man is Issacr ia a poor one False alarm Os tkat ae not go off at tho proper kour 3oejrMr 4f i x 3 for 25 yeaf I have been BCTerely affllctwt with HAY FEVER WARRH WW THE HOUSK Sliooting Place the pistol muzzle within a few Inches of the head and shoot at the dot aiming toward the center of the head Blows Blindfold and with a heavy axe or hammer strike just below the foretop at the point indicated in the present cut Tivn vifnrniK wnll rlirpmprl hlntvj will j I An old traveler says to a reporter I penetrated Japans interior where no white man had ever been seen The men fell down and worshipped me but the women began coquetting just the same I tell you theres no use denying it right in the heart of Africa even those Nubian women know how to in- Â¬ veigle a man and then fool him Splen- Â¬ did physiques they are tco graceful as possible and blacker than the blackest negro in America Their skins are soft and shine like polish Everywhere the women are just the same all flirts but in Cashmir oh how beautiful they Bar Fever Walla oCertas Intensely I wa3 Induced to tryEly Cream Balm aad the effect w marvelon It enabled me to perform my pastoral duties trtthoat tha slight Â¬ est Inconvenience sad 1 have escaped a return at Â¬ tack Wif T CK2 PresÂ¬ byterian Pastor tlUabeta wmm flA JV CREAM BALM has saned an enviable rep utatlon where cr ftunm 4 a 1 displacing all other preps-fciV JL panicle hi applied into each nostril nopaln m1 for circslM Price JOc by m i or at tfrusglsts WuTl UBOTH2B5 1russlat3 Oflrejo 2 T fmjm Ft 5tetotT make death sure Be careful not to shoot or strike too low are Unquestionably they are nearer perfection than any human being N Herald r TTSS im Vt El -- Z f f M THE DOG American journalism responds nobly to the strain imposed by the silly sea- Â¬ son A mammoth cave chuckful of writhing rattlesnakes has been discov Thl invaluable preparation 13 truly triumph o clemlUc ered in Alabama this week the Jackson bestowed glau and no more inestimable booriwa ever upon the mothers of the world faritnot Ga News has noted the stoppage of a ouly shortens the time of labor and lessens the lntea lty of pain but grist mill owing to all the snakes in the danger to lifebetter than all it greatly dhahusfee of botamotherand child expecttnr t the pond having crawled out simulta-Â¬ be1 most earnestly entreat ererr femaleCoupled wlia confined to ne Mothers Friend- 1 trt J neously to sun themselves thereby this cntrratyyearo add that durlngra long obstetrical 1 I delivery lowering the water head several feet practice- a safe quick have aeTerknown It to fill to HJHolxxsMjJX prodncs Atlanta Ga Treatise on Woman Eaalled Iree the New York Herald has enriched the Bkabfiixjj Begcultoe Co AtUntx fiiUiiios b riiDliOi abundant AN -- nent Interesting Facts The following is a picture of life in Afrca as portrayed bv Consul Peter Strickland of Senegal Drunkenness to a greater or lesser extent seems to be the general cond tion of the vast majority of the trades and other people of Senegal who are not Mohammedans It is my deliberate conviction that it costs the native trades prople in Sene gamb a more for rum than it does foi food and what makes it very annoying for their employers is the fact thai their services can not be depended on so long as they have the means in hand to buy rum House servants aro as bad as the rest and unless Euro pean families are lucky enough to se cure Mohammedans for their cooks they can never know when a fass will be intruded upon them Th women in the matter of drink-ing are if anything worse than the men and if employed for wa ters are sure to smah all the crockery within their reach in an incredibly short pace of t me It ia a custom among them also to form themselves into drink ng clubs qf a dozen or so each and whenever their accumulated means are sufficient to purchase throe or four gallons of liquor they will after excusing themselves from work on some fr volou- - pretext meet at a hou e selected for the purpose and in dulge in orgies too terrible to be de- Â¬ Sliooting riaee the pistol muzzle near the head aiming a little one side of the center of the top of the skull and shoot downward at the dot so that the bullet shall go through the brain into or toward the neck Smithsonian institution with a snake that has a head like a pug dog jumps like a frog and whistles and the New York Ihnea has printed its annual comic article on the train boy Philadelphia Record The world is asked to contribute 860000 for the repair of the old church built six centuries ago where Shakes- Â¬ peares bones are buried Those who have undertaken to raise the money should engage some American news Â¬ paper to act as subscription agent Chicago Current Helpless Upon a Friendless Sea Who in taking passage in a great trans Atlantic steamer does not feel a thrillof exultation over her magnificent power Against her the Storm King may hurl his elemental forces nor pierce her armor nor stop her onward course But let me describe a scene when one morning in mid ocean there came an alarm from the pilot house followed by a cry The ships rudder is lost From the confident expression consternation camo to every face The wheelman being helpless to direct her course the vessel was at the mercy of wind and wave The captain had been negligent tho hangir js of the rudder were allowed to wear weak and suddenly it had dropped doop into the seal Strong in intellect in physical vigor in energy and in ambition man confronts undaunted gigantic tasks and commands applause for his magnificent achievements But all unexpectedly an alarm comes tho rudder of his constitution is gone Ho has been careless of its preservation men Â¬ tal strain nervous excitement irregular habits over work have destroyed the ac- Â¬ tion of his kidneys and liver This would not occur were Warners safe cure used to maintain vigor And even now it may re- Â¬ store vitality to those organs and give back to the man that which will lead him to the haven of his ambition The Traveler This is my golden weddine remarked an impecunious man when he married a woman worth 100000 Above all other earthly ills I hati the big- old fashinned pills By slow degrees they downward wend And often pause or upward tend With such discomfort are they fraught Their pood effects amount to naught Now Dr Pierce prepares a pill That just exactly fills the bill A Pellet rather that is all A Pleasant Purgative and small Just trythem as you feel their need Youll find that I speak truth indeed - If your child has any sympu T of dysentery or trouble of the bowels commence Kltlxes Food a diet without delay Unless the trouble haa becomeÂ¬ chronic reautrln medical eld It will correct the dif ficulty and as a dietetic la slcloieaa It la luTatmoU KEEP THE CHILDREN IN HEALTH nay illil A warranted cure for all diseases ProD WILHOFTS FEVER ABD AGUE TOHC caused by malarial poisoning oi the blood such as Chins snd JTeTer FeTer and Ague Sua Pain Duaab Chltla Intermittent BemitteEfc Bilious and an otherFerera caused by malaria It Is also the safest and best cure for enlarged Splees Geaeral DebOIty fFever Cak Neuralgia EyForSalebyaUDrHgsfc sndPerlodlc nfln ns IS i I i j uo not snout ioo low or uirccuy in uio middle on account of thick bones After much consultation with Veterinary Surgeons and exnerts no better or more merciful method of killing cats has been found than to put with a long handled opoon about half a teaspoonful of pure cjanide of potassium on the cats tongue as near the throat as possiDle The suffering Great care must is only for a few seconds be used to get jmrc cyanide of potassium and to keep it tightly corked Dumb Animals JEALOUSY AFLOAT One Womans Penerslty How She Man Â¬ On appltat oxroir jLXiiciacnr roK S Poorc Oclal LViorfxphtr U onlyCon Â¬Â¬ offGetthe gress and Kev 0 11 Y ltanr icial and rcAy iixuttxttetltcork Complete from ta preparattos cradle to the grave Sereral years la enormous By Ben Perley 1-1- CHAS F KEELER Chicago lit ll I 1311 AH I Actnt Wanted OutfisTSr XowJri Address promptly if at rURIBIJAKD BRCraEKS 3C Claclaaatl Ohio TV JPubVu JTont be dcvlztd by Imitations Demand la 51 Fourth aged Her Husband the boat going up the river the other - APE RIDDEN CITY BeRare Tired of Her Sacred Monkeys and Abxious To lie Kid of Them de- Â¬ Â¬ A railroad company in India ha -- ft il- - V 9 clined to carry ten thousand monkeys Most ralroad companies probably would That such an undertaknohowever should ever have been sug- Â¬ gested to a Board of Directors is a curi- Â¬ ous incident in ra lroad history yet it is a fact The Brahmans of Benares anxious to get rd of several thousand superfluous monkeys asked the com- Â¬ pany to carry them away for them to a distant spot but the railroad authori- Â¬ ties showed no enthus asm in closing with the offer of such a multitude of singular passengers It is a matter of common knowledge that in Benares the City of the Gods there is a very sacred colony of monkeys Not only have they a temple properly furn shed With shrines and priests specially ded- Â¬ icated to them but thev are free of all the others besides In Benares thev can go where they 1 ke and although this liberty is qualified by a certain measure of respectful opposition when they abuse the r privileges too out rageousty the monkeys are virtually free of the whole city pr vate dwellings and public bu lding Thus circumstanced with ever ta- - orable condition for longevity in individuals and fecundity in the species it is no wonder that the four handed folk have become redundant Even the Brah Coiiuar uciorl mans themselves have at last confessed nca that there are too many monkes in Benares and are now trying to rd Trouble In the Household theniseves of a portion of the intol- Â¬ erable burden of sanctity wh ch such a At the breakfa t table Mrs Warclum host of reverend quadrupeds imposes poured the coilee in om nous silence upon them The common people m Finally she a d spite of the sacredness of the creatures Were you at the office all day Tes have long ago begun to th nk that so large a population of idlers has its terday W well to tell you the truth my unsatisfactory side and when we recollect that a monkey w 11 every dear replcd Warclum I didnt feel day eat and waste as much grain or much 1 ke business and so I went fruit as an average Hindu requires down to Coney I land for a day at the for h s weekly sustenance and the races m schief in which these creatures Dd you go alone she asked qu et pass their time having noth ng ele ly but firmly poor bored divinit es to do must N -- no he said there were a few entail a substant ally appreciable loss fr ends with me upon the r human fellow citizens it is Then she lo t control of herself not d flicult to sympathize with the ape Yes she exclamed and such ridden men and women of the friends Jon Warclum she went on Holy Citv Without contributing in exc tedlv last night you talked in an3 way to the material welfare of the your sleep and I know it all For sacred place these animals twenty over one hour you tossed and tumbled thousand or so constitute a very se- Â¬ and muttered the names Mss Wood rious tax upon the working population ford aud Jennie D and Miss Dalv ana divert irom other chanties a vast and Dizy Blonde and once I heard quantity of good food Each handful j0usay distinctly tht they were th e nnesr lot or maidens ou ever saw vr suffice for the meal of a mendicant fa- - Think ot it A married man and sup last therefore it has been dekr At take steps to reduce the tailed- rosabiy a respectable member of so dded to cietyj a5SOeiating with a woman who xuu uiuu h wm allow herelf to be called a dizzv iiuix pvpuiauuu Bwtm JleraUL ut all times au intelligent person blonde Its a perfect He knows as well as any body else He interrupted this tirade and at X Wyoming JwAgs passed sentence when he is well off In Benares he is tempted to explain but the breakfast f death upon a condemned murderer espec ailv contented Plenty of good before in this wise I am by ao means satis Â¬ water unlimited vegetables fruit and was cold Sun sha could hear a word NY fied with the evidence ia the case and gram delghttully shaay nooks ve Â¬ am uoture whether you k lied John randas temple corridors etc com- Â¬ Forbes or whecher he died by visitation mend themselves to him as a combina Â¬ A mile below Port Jervis the States o God but my sentence is that you be tion of attractions not to be easily of New York New Jersey and Penn Â¬ fcasged on the third Friday of June matched elsewhere so that he scouts sylvania join their boundaries On a axi should you know of your own m all suo traction nf firmorntinn Onfifi rocK in tne Jeiaware lver a person aooeaeejou will have the comforting or tw to the pous and benevolent old i ma place one finger j Orange Coua- cc thought that it is doubted by some oi Ra ah has invited the four handed lj New York another iin Sussex Coun tke wisest thinkers of the age whether hot to come across the river from the ty New Jersey and a th rd m Pke lie is an3 circumstances worth liv c tv to his Palace of Bamnuggur and County Pennsylvania at the fnie Y-- Sun j the priesti hv actually ferr ed boat tinaa--- X Â¬ 1 Â¬ scribed It is sometimes a week be- Â¬ fore they recover from thesedebauche and the interests of those who are obliged to employ them sufler accord- ingiy Added to the annoyance from their drinking habits is also the fact that most of these ntemperate women are of such easy virtue that the r husbands seldom trust them but lea e them for otiers on the lightest pretext The women also change partner a of tin as chance follows occas on so that so cietv as we recognize the term scarcely has an existence It s one of the most com non of things among the so called Christian natives of 5ene gambia to ee children brothers and sisters through the r mother but all having difleient fathers thus com- Â¬ pletely reversing the Morn on cutom where children are often brothers and sisters through their father but not through their mothers Scores of chil- Â¬ dren also d e through neglect ex- Â¬ posure and diseases for wh ch the drunken habits of their mothers are It does seem as d rectly responsble though our Government must be culpa- Â¬ ble in granting drawback on rum and alcohol whicii are exported by the ship load to debauch and destrov the unreliect ng inhabitants of uncivilized countries It is my delbe at opin oh that rum in Afrca s at present doing as much mischief as the slave trade ever did and that it is a hanie for a civilized country like the United States to ad any of its m rchaut m eter m natlng thse northern Zulus of Af- - Well Im going to bed anyway 1 said At this they all shrieked again and begged and implored me to sit up with them and protect them They knew that that fearful woman would certainly get away from the attendant and they were positive that they would all die of frigSit if I did not agree to stay awake 1 was in a nice predicament for I was in about that state we read of in which soldiers will go to sleep with a gun pointed at them Final- Â¬ ly I told the ladies that 1 had a frightful headache and if they would let me lie down for an hour I would get up aud watch with them then for the rest of the night But how shall we wake you up one of the ladies asked 4 They were shocked at the idea of reach- Â¬ ing behind my enrtains however and one of them suggested that 1 tie a string to my wrist and leave it hanging out of the bertli where they might pull it at the end of an hour 1 had to agree to this and they got the string and tied it to me I got in be- Â¬ hind the curtains deploring another night Shake nie 1 said i of misery and was seized with an inspiration I untied the string from my wrist at- Â¬ tached it to the arm of the seat under my mattress and fell off into a profound slum- Â¬ ber that lasted until morning The ladies were all still sitting up when I awoke and the string was broken They said 1 was the soundest sleeper they eVer heard of N Y Morning Journal Â¬ day was a couple of whom everybody soon took notice It was plain enough that they had had a row and that the wife was mad as a wet hen When she had taken a seat the husband walked up and down and glowered at everybody and seemed to mur- Â¬ mur threats of vengeance On the deck sitting by himself was a red shirted big listed giant of a chap about forty years of age Presently the woman gathered up her parcels and walked over and shook his hand and sat down beside him and began a cheerful chat explaining however My husband is terribly jealous of me and I want to bother him replied old Hercules All right marin Just chatter and chin to your hearts con- Â¬ tent and Ill lart and larf and slap my leg where the applause should come in The bold action puzzled the husband for a few minutes but presently he walked up to the pair and said to the man Are you an old acquaintance of hers I should remark that I was your Honor Knowed her fur the last thirty odd Hm Who are you They calls me William the Conkerer A PaJa e Car Co Ac Mfd onlr by the RUSSIA GLOUCESTER MASS SOLO EVERYWHERE SaniDloTiu Camsaat br Msit V UrIEQUALLEDORCEMEHTIHO PAPER LSATHERjto WOOD GLASS CHIN LONDON tSt3 AWARDED COD MEDAL Hasjlln Orjn J Fiazo Oo Pulbna lcd by JIisoo at LIyiP LUE CEMENT CO fissr Foa or same size that can clean and bas as much Grata or Seod In one day as our Pa tent aiOSAJIVAi Hrom and Seed Separator and Improved Barieror our Mill Wltlt TVarehease Equaliz- e- which we offer beap Circular and Pnca Lis mailed free- UaWABS XACHINS CO Cohssbus Ohio vl J be 0 Reward paid for any Orala K 4 We suppose they call it the silver moon because there are four quarters in it Boston Bulletin PuvEsTooTHACmsDRors curelnlmimne25c ZER IfiEASEi Best In the world Get the feattliae aackaee ha onr Trade mark murbcdrrazer MOLD iE ESCXWli KKTU 1 GUnns Sulphur Soap heals and beautifies 23c German Cok Remover kills Corns Jlunions- - The Hartford Journal says there is try in vegetables This is tough news for poe- Â¬ vegetarians Buffalo Express Remedy Ths old reliable Dr Sagea Catarrh R U AWARE a trd tin tag that loriilards 4j Itosc Lcn f too cot that Lorinanla Navy CHppinsHRndthatXorlllards Sanas ars bearins-- S THAI Loriilards Climaz Plug A politician who has been straddling the fence and fallen on the wrong side is Y the roost offence sive partisan Herald y the best and cheapest quality considered A Bright School Boy Â¬ Philadelphia Call Some one calls a couple of tramp3 a of revolvers Yesand they ouhtto e fired out of every house they come to n Sherwool A It Parson Potersilea etc Inraluable to teachers and Indispensable to all learnÂ¬ ers saving time and labor of teacher worth many times its cost Price Inbra15cenfipwt-pat-Addrc21 It-- PLXZ2 Mus iew luridly Palmers Piano Primsr Carlylc 253t I think it will be a long time before I will make a speech to a lot of school children again Flattered by the success of an annual address before one of our universi- Â¬ ties this summer I was vain enough to think that I could shine as brightly before a lot of small children at a school in a village where 1 stopped on a recent lecture trip Havinc heard one or two boys praised and flattered for being extra smart and apt I took occasion to dampen a little taffy I at- Â¬ tempted to dish out by remarking that such early smartness oftentimes stopped in youth that frequently very smart little when they have time when they dont they I thought I cut it short to Bill the Conk And what boys became very dull men was getting along finely until a little fellow may yer own handle be Mary come with me Humph exclaimed Im entirely comfortable she replied you must have been a Mr Philkins Mary I want you very smart and funny boy when you was Whicii is to remark said William as little him but stopped right he rose up that when a lady puts herself I never answered fly and there and will never address a school of under my protection musica Billgent comes the Conk to un- - around with his chin They seem small children again nature too well Ike Phil- - is in duty bound to protect her Stranger derstaud human you skip Kins Sir Which is to say that you will skip or The Proper Place for Him swim William reached out but the husband re- Â¬ As old Banker Backtager sat on his front treated and sat down at a safe distance stocp watchi ng the rise and fall of Koman and for two long hours he must have suf Â¬ sky rockets a slim dudish looking chap fered torture The wife chatted William hopped to the steps and said slapped his leg and the passengers winked Aw beg ycr padn yknow but couldnt and as the couple landed at one of the yer give me aw a position in your Xew club houses the man- - in the red shirt hand-Â¬ ed the lady ashore like a cavalier and York office aw out if calledtumbles to the object me lady and if Too late growled the old man I morning I might you had called on me this William the Conkerer kin ever be of as- Â¬ have utilized you sistance again jist gin me a blast on youx Aw in what mannah pway D and Ill be tha till death As a ramrod for my little boys cannon fog horn Press troit Free you infernal idiot roared the banker Gwacious heaven A a wamwod The Wrong Side shrieked the slim as he fell into the area Positive wait comparative waiter juperlative get it yourself The presiding officpr at a political neet-ing is probably called the chair on ac- Â¬ count of the apparently very general de Â¬ sire to sit upon nim Chicago Times -m mmn Ic 1AH XJXA3 Will uUe map rirr iniotroa be ath lands tiou cf it climate etacic etc oar cipt postal cant wiiH rr nr naaie snt Poet oUi aridraxs it to E S GbAHAM Graun Tx lSlnutrtl with jtrcd i tnleiiitlerep Â¬ 5 A mixe is a mine for once and then it becomes a hole in the ground but a turnip field will grow turnips for centuries San Francisco Post Itrlshta liltoU all KlOneyand Urinary Trouble Where At Green Sprinsr Sandusky County 5SL CJ Ohio bv T 3L 15rut--J Turner Ait-- Write for partlcular3 rec Diabete n Jlane osd Jr W 4iE5 i imiij P5Ss5HWLATr8OffleerpayfrcTa W McCOBMlCX ier A chemical paradox That Prussian blue should make tea green Lowell Cour- Â¬ Why did you eat the whole Bio Mr X Cos Little Master X of that pie you told me to do nothing by halves Golden Days said Mrs Jones be- Â¬ fore she was married and that is exactly what her husband did after the honey Â¬ moon was over X Y Graphic me -- and ediealoaa fee increasefor experience Uyearaj Write success or nc circulars aa lairs A commi3loa2aertera relieve it bOX Cla Innat Ofcla p inn fuAlxuraU Htb will certalal- - and a Bufbaod or Trlfe in n colaran oe- you can adrrt je nmritlt Uil 1 fee lo ct Addrwa t pwii ra Tsna- - Â¬ TMtt 3IATKIOMlIi M CbaHaoowga In the Sead 0Tn hi ftjy mm world forZWFrictwra- cataloRue-- Addresa e XJ S R5 The most iMaatlfBl and aaet toned -- 1 Never mind nW WearerOrsaaPlaaoCoYcritPa J V -- cents per acre 75rd00ACRS RX 114 Â¬ r A current Independent event Worms Dlarathon A muff has no sense it holds a pretty girls hand without squeezing it Incor- Â¬ rigible Exchange A spoon has still less it touches her lips without kissing them M mm 1855 81 Texwu 0 1 acyi whre Wlioleasleand retail pricc llsr i B C Strehl Col3 Wabash arChicasa Trent ed and curd Trtthout the kaif s Booirontratnint sent tree Adaress Wis Bans and TTares Bent C SaS53 3IarllI e x gsi i FL POND11D Aurora KaceCoJJl- - Philadelphia Call EDUCATIONAiV uTerajuepartmentsraam- vtdedfor XgriI Dl loru5n conferred Over sioG Teacher aail XJookUeeiens trained nererfcava beei helped to Gcwa Situation Any YcsaffJKiMk or VVomna can pursue any study WUtt Ux- xoaey peneoiimeasnInstitution any other than at In the IT S Catalogue and fnil III Information free Address Discussion between a wise child and its tutor That star you see up there is big- Â¬ ger than the world No it isnt Yes Then why dont it keep the rain it is off Ar Y Sun 3 il ntf nisf Lis I THE NATIONAL HORMAL SSesJ Entire cxDenses2iatotfiC El IP Q aweete 1al reriaenroed j -- fe- -- -- I have a tinder affection for y e an Irishman to Xo ve said his RirL have have Thm why dontye strike the match LBROQK - La President AJL5xil Xebanon-r7arreaCa0- Â¬ A NJE 2 1043 --iW i cSa 4I N Y JournaL J Â¬ The Beautiful Miss Smith At an evening party Dumley was intro-Â¬ I a duced to a youngdady and after a remark about tho weather he said gallantly i iAnd have I really the pleasure of meet-Â¬ ing the beautiful Miss Smith whose praises are being sounded by everybody Oh no Mr Dumley the lady replied ftba beautiful Mis3 Smith to whom you re-Â¬ fer Is a cousin of mine tlOh thats it Well I thought there murt be a mistake somewhere said the I gaHint Wumley If Y Sun tn8 jadg What is your occupation asked the seedy red nosed man Im a bar tender your honor was the reply But the officer swears you are a loafer and pass the greater part of your time in saloons Dont a bar tender pass most of his time in saloons By the mused the Judge True way he asked which side of the bar do you tend The outside your honor I thought so said the Judge thiea j mouths Boston Qourler -- FO HAGA3TS Man and Beast Mustang Liniment is older than most men and used more and more every year J - Magnolia -- Bamf - is a secret aid to beauty Many a lady owes herfresh--ne- ss to it who would rather not tell znayour caTtt teli - - iL - i F - - Vi i - -- i i