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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 13 ir t -- - n- - - - - - V fJL S C i i Jr 1 - s - Sr r JiCw - - - - a - v - i- - E1 f I in n I I Ij - lm y Hazel Green Herald THE HERAJLD OF A NXISX WORLD - ff i4- - j3y3KJ 5 f ii SPEKCER COOPER Ownoi-- and Editor lITH EWS FROM ALL KATIOS 1SS5 100 A YEAR Always in Ativinot wmrTW e VOLUME Tfwrm I l HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23 Ml NUMBER 30 PITH AND POINT Book worms are of uae to fisKJ11 the forgotten streams of kaowiedgV SL 1aul EeralO A Superior Woman is the title of a new noyeL Every sentihle bus- band w 31 present his wife a copy and syl Thia ia your autobiogrspny my dear It is said that late hours tell on a man This is espeoisllv true if tho clock strikes three when he is attempt Â¬ ing to get into the house without his Boston better half discovering it -- Hazel Geem Bjbraid - Is tke ealy paver published In Wolfe County WpeHlates largely in tke eouHties of Law reacc Wolf e Morram Ptrvrell 3 ealf ee TIa csiSa Breslhi tt Elliott Estill Fleyd Perry Pike Kaett the latter elevea feelnsr wlth- neyepaper of any Mad THE HEBALD oat ad XlM lrtberefore Kct JLArfriiMiK 3CrllttmiBAAlra and advertisers can reach more people by an areiHseffieatinitscalaBias thanbyany nieass Try it and be convinced Tc2taHcr Tverv Wedxeday 3IoaKura Br otr SPENCER COOPER water ubc - i- - tftter -- - f fry3Tfo scsscEimox Obo Copy One Tear JUwray rates - - - ISlcaown on application jtdrswre subscription wjll be entered upon our booksnnleri sceonpBiod by tbe money and bo subscription will be received for less that Six Months ahvertisimj rates Transient advertisements inserted at ser enty flve cents per inch first insertion and twenty five cents for each subsequent inser tion 606 llBchfOne Tear WHates on larger advertisements made Address SPENCEK COOPER ixMontb9 - fl90 60 Hazol Green Ky PROFESSIONAL J3IKASH attorney at law HAZEL GREEK KY Will practice in Wolfe and adjoining- conn- ties Collections will receive prompt atten tion - Â¬ PATTERSON v HAZELRIGG i ATTORNEYS AT LAW MT STERLIXG KT mmm SAMUEL McKEE o 441 ATTORNEY AT W Jefferson street - gkinds in 1VUISVIUE KT WPractices in all the State Courts and special attention giveivto business of all the United States Courts fi A PORTER LACY ATTORNEY AT LAW i EXAMINER s IVOT AJRTST A2H VF PUBLIC J DEPOSITIONS Hazei Guees Ky J a LtKINS QOiLLIN LYKINS ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND M QCTiliAN - Collections specialty Real boupht and sold on commission Willestate prac tico in Wolfe and adjoining counties REAL ESTATE AGENTS Caatitov Ky Titles examined taxes paid for a DRTRTBrGARDNER non-residen- ts FHYtlCIAN j AND SURGEON Hazei Greek Kv Offers his services to the people of Wolfe and adjoining counties DR IPHYS1C1AN i J M KASH AND SURGEON Hazel Green Ky Tenders his professional services to the citi sJsensof Wolfe and adjoining counties Office at residence on Broadway - STb ffiTSIGAH HAZEL GREEN SURSEfiN tattlbee 1KB m KY d ACCOUCHEUR Tenders his professional services t the people of Wolfe and adjoining Offlc at residence on Hazel Green counties Heisrhts jyrr house HAZEL GREEN KY HOTELS D S CODSEY Proprietor Patronage is respectfully solicited from everybody more especially the traveling public First class accommodations and satisfaction guaranteed PXiiiDBAnca i HAZEL GREEN KY OZJSfi Proprietor JOHN H PIERATT HTTbe table is supplied with thekestin the market and first class accommodation will be furnished for man and beast MORGAN HOUSE WEST LIBERTY KY JAMES H COLE Proprieter Patronage of the traveling public is re spectfuily solicited Table always suppled with the bestin the market Stable attached ASHLAND HOUSE ITEAH POST OFFICE UEX1XGTON HSST GLASS KENTUCKY EiTESR EAS0NA1LE HEB0SWELLS0XS Proprietors OAMPTON HOUSE CAMPTOX KT ALEX I 9 i ASBURY Proprietor The table is supplied with the choicest vi unds in the market and the charges are reasonable Special inducements to Commercial teuriste Insure Your Property XS THE OLD RELIABLE Mi Ituw Or HARTFORD Goipj 3fJ COXX Which Deal ia Kellable Tndemaity Cheap Insaraace Time Tried and Fir t Tstri 1 THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST - CAS4KCAFITJX H CBEBXpOV Akt Sotting oft in a post chaise with sis horses Dr Jeffries by mvitaton visit-Â¬ Three Riant fir trees viach their arms ed the chateau of M lo Vicomto Desan To shade this quiet garden plot drouin and waa saluted in the hall Anil here and there a fragrant knot Of rosea tempts tbe buzzing swarms by a 3oung lady s nging stanzas in At one honor of our enterprise JLmjd a b08t of alien weeds Spring faces of familiar blooms that night Calais was reached oclock Wnichbreathlng stories In perfumes the gates having been opened by order Seemgbosts of some forgotten seeds At once Dr Jef- Â¬ of the commandant The creeping vine ita tendrils round fries paid his respects to the command- Â¬ The crooked rows ofhintrimmod box ant and his lady in bed in a pavilion Tarsaken now methlnks it knocks To gain admittance to the ground tent in his room receved us most Next day the 8th of courteously All all is waste and desolate a dinner was offered to January The blowing flrs are full of grief Tbe blue bird hidden by a leaf Blanchard and Jeffries when Blanch Â¬ Sings sorrowfully to his mate ard was presented with the freedom of the city In a gold box repeated apol- Â¬ The scattered flowers alone are gay Their fragrance fills the gentle wind ogies expressing their wish to do the Andl srrown drowsy dream and find same for mo out could not without The long fortrotten yesterday JK Sherman in Youths Comvaniot leave from the Court On the 11th of the month Dr Jeffries went to Paris whertJ lie called on Pil GEEAT AERONAFL atre de Rosier one of the earliest ot the aeronauts who some years after An Aerial Voyage Across the En Â¬ Was killed by the burning of his bal- Â¬ loon While at dinner a number of glish Channel in 1785 French dames entered the apartment and embraced us again and again and The Famous Feat Pertormed by Dr Jef chanted some verses honorary to our fries a Bostonian His Reception la aerial Voyage1 Then came jiinket- France French Society as Jt On the 12th ings Without number Was a Century Ago went to Ver- Â¬ Jeltnes and Blanchard sailles and paid their respects to tho The ballooninjr festival held at Gui King Mme de Polignac was visited and the Duchess deigned to receive enne recently was in honor of Jean them though she was dressing at her Pierre Blanchard and Dr John Jo flries toilet 1 ke a Venus in white muslin who on the 7th of January 1785 and surrounded by five lados all in crossed the English Channel in a- bal- Â¬ white who were attiring her a most affable woman loon In the January number of the engaging lovely On the 13th Dr Jeffries was Magazine of American History Dr B presented to the King whosaid to him Joy Jeffries of Boston a descendant ot I am glad to see you sir He was Dr Jeffries presents an interesting ac- Â¬ dressed in black velyet With a cordon blue star etc Oh the 14th there was count of this event a grand It is not generally known that Dn Jeffries presentation in honor of Dr given by the gents wits and JbQrics was an American who was born men of learnng and on the entrance in Boston in 1744 He was a graduate of Blanchard and Jeffries there were of Harvard University and commenced repeated shouts and clappings of hands practice in 1766 Desirous of further Benjamin Franklin wrote Dr Jeffries a improvement Dr Jeffries went to En- Â¬ letter and on the 15th he paid Dr gland studied in Scotland and took a Franklin a visit at Passy On the medical degree from the University of evening of the 16th there was a ball at Hotel Aberdeen m 1769 Coming back to the Societe Rue Coqueron where I was received b Boston he was quite successful in h s dOrleans call ng Jeffries was a royalist and universal and continuous shouts and s ded with the Eugl sh When Boston claps of applause embraced and comwas evacuated he went to Halifax and plimented by hundreds of the first The going to England again in 1779 entered ladies and gentlemen in Paris the English service as a Surgeon Major doctor seems to have been parfcularly and accompanied the Brit sh troops to struck by the attentions of a Mme de Savannah and C harleston Beturning Talairac who with lovely freedom and to England he exercised hs profession simplicity lie ccrur told me she was ic London w th great success It was eighteen had married at fifteen had an about this t me that Jeffries became in- Â¬ infant etc took affectionate leave of terested in aerostation in connection me and engaged me to come and see On the 19th the Boston Doctor wth Sir Joseph Banks and Dr Biag hes den the secretary of the Royal Society goes to the Comedie Francaise aud sees the comedy of Figaro bv M Beau To Dr Jeftries may be given the credit marchais a most witty poignant comof having been the first to study the condition of the atmosphere at hifrh position and supported to the life M elevat ons and to have thrown some Mole a capital performer Met at the new lght on the theory of winds in Comedie Mr Franklin and received his On the 23d of ttrs compliments genera In England in the year 1784 Blanch- Â¬ month after having passed through all ard a Frenchman who was a pro- Â¬ kinds of gave ties Jeffries pays another fessional teronaut had made several vsit to Passv and dines with Le Doc- Here Jef ascents On the 30th of November of iteur and Monsr Franklin fries meets the celebrated and brave that vear Jeffries paid Blanchard one hundred guineas for a seat in h s bal Â¬ Commodore Paul Jones from whom Ire loon which mounting from the Rhe ceived many compliments on my enter- Â¬ darium in London landed safely some- Â¬ prise and returned them he deserving Le where in Kent Not satisfied with this them much more than me Souper is constant now and the first trip Dr Jeffries determined on Petit another and he seems to have borne aeronaut seems to have seen all that the whole expense of this second ex- Â¬ was elegant in Paris Whenever Jef- Â¬ cursion The object was to cross the fries goes to the play the audience shout channel Aerostation was an expen-s-v- e out his name and clap their hands It amuemont a century ago The is difficult for Dr Jeffries to escape cost of this trip defrayed by Dr Jef-Â¬ the fascinations of the women He still writes about Mme de Talairac fries amounted to 700 Dr Jeffries who was a very method- Â¬ but eulogizes Mmes Morrell and du ical man kept careful notes of this trip Villars both of them so lovely en across the channel which notes have gag ng and agreeable that I wish my would ben preserved This diary is not onhr charming countrywomen ease andcatchÂ¬ carof great interest but curious from the and imitate their elegant Entirely aside fact that in it Dr Jeftries gives in de riage and manners from ballooning from Dr Jeffries ta 1 all the honors accorded hinr At six oclock on the morning of diar3 the reader gets a capital idea ol January 7th 1785 Blanchard entered Paris a century ago It is the carcme The streets of the city and fautht doctors room n au inn at Dover now bourg full of masques and all ranks and announced that the wind was favorable Pilots were consulted who and sorts Am glad this is the last gave no decided op nion as to the day of the carnival on the morrow strength or direction of the wind At they must to their several vocations eleven oclock a m a small Montgol again Visiting Passa again Dr Franklin lier balloon was let off which took the invites Jeffries to dine with the Mar-Â¬ right course and at midday another small balloon was sent off which went chioness and Marquis de Fayet siil toward the French coast Half an hour Mr Adams Lord Montmorris etc afterward the Blanchard balloon be-Â¬ At the dinner Jeffries finds the La and meets a ing rendy the basket was attached to Fayets very affable very genteel American lady from Phila- Â¬ it and at exactly 115 the ascent from delphia Mrs Bingham and also Paul the clsff near Dover was made The bailast consisted of three sacks of sand Jones and the Captain of the Bonne of ten pounds each books thirty four Homme Richard drives the Doctor to pounds sundries nineteen pounds Paris in his chariot From the 8th of January to almost Bianchird weighed 146 pounds and Dr Jeffries 126 pounds The ascent the close of the next month Dr Jeffries was easily made the balloon kept it up going everywhere enterwas fullv extended and a favor- - tained by tho best people when on nble wind carred it channel ward the 27th of February he returned to when at 230 the voyagers found theni- - Dover At Dover the freedom of the Ballast was thrown city is presented to him and on the 2d selves falling overboard but the balloon declined of March a grand dinner is given exact spot r s ng and the herght of the balloon him Next day he visits the was made cliff where the ascent from the water of the channel at one on the The recollection of it t me was not more than 120 yards and he writes was awfully grand and majest c and There seems to have been some story extant that in case the balloon with my heart filled I hope with sincere its two travelers was found incapa Â¬ and grateful acknowledgments to the Oh ble of sustaming the double weight kind protections of that day may I be influenced the plucky Bo ton an had agreed to gracious Father 1 ghten the balloon by jumping into by it as I ought through life Since Blanchard and Jeffries crossed the sea but Dr Jeffries does not men-Â¬ the channel in a balloon it is safe to tion anything about this in his diary Cei tainly both Blanchard and Jeffries say that little if any progress has were prepared for emergencies for been made in aerostation The famous Aeronautical Society of London is- Â¬ both of them put on ther cork jackets having privio isly taken off prettv sues from time to time its reports much all the r clothing --I threw going over all the old ground but How to fly is away my coat then Mr Blanchard his there is no advance still the great unsolved problem Re Â¬ new coat and long trousers The balloon now rose and soon a view of cently there have been statements France was had At three oclock made that for a short flight direction the aerostat had passed midwav be has been given to a balloon but these tween Cape Blanc Nez and Calais To assert ons seem to be vague and as lighten the balloon almost everything the experiments have not been re- Â¬ ha i been thrown overboard and peated it is safe to believe that they the anchors were gone With a were not successful Blanchard and Jeffries were brave j rope and some wood Blanchard hoped to arrest tie progress of the balloon men and strange to say both of on the land A verv insren ous method them ded in their beds w th bladders was devised by Dr orchards One of the Jetlr es to break the shock of the de Â¬ in this country most extensive is that of Robert Mc scent Just over a forest near Calais the Kinstey of Hudson N Y whose farm apples of 3Q0 acres is entirely cork jackets and bladders were thrown pears and cherries Theset to orchard con- Â¬ overboard as Dr Jeffries caught hold sists of about 33000 trees Most of of the topmost branch of a tree The JY valve was opened and luckily there the fruit is shipped to Europe Times be ng an opening in the wood the balloon settled down quite comforta During a game between the Bea- Â¬ bly on terra firma After a half an cons and the Melrose Club the other Lonr some horsemen found the aero- Â¬ day the crv of a baby was heard in the nauts and then the lirst crossing of infdst of a lulL The pmpire raised a the channel by means of a balloon j laugh by singing out One bawiw i ras announced tP SB staring wq14 AN m OLD GARDEN A NEW CUEE The Cause and the Prevention of i STABLE MANURE MISS ROSE E CLEVELAND The Presidents SUtef find Freent JCa- - An I ndHpensabla Source of Supply lerXU tress of the White House Rose Elizabeth Cleveland was the young Â¬ est of nine children born to Richard and Anna Cleveland Her native home was Fayettevillo A YM from whence her parents removed to Clinton when she Was a little girl and later to Holland Patent a little hamlet near Utica where her father took charge of the Presbyterian Church in 1853 Her father died in that year leaving little Rose an orphan at the age of seven The parsonage had to be given up and the education of Rose became the mothers life thought and labor In later years she was sent to Houghton Seminary where she proved a brilliant pupil graduating with the Original People was highest honors the theme of her graduating essay her audience pronouncing it a most happy effort Miss Rose then became a teacher in the Houghton Seminary when after re- Â¬ maining in that position two years she went to Lafayette Jnd as principal of the Collegiate Institute In that town She afterward taught in Pennsylvania at a private school for a short time and then conceived the idea of lecturing before Seasickness troggnous Matter Stable maftfirS wnich is produced upon every farm is tile most ready A Scientific Discovery and the Remedies Suggested Thereby Hint for 8 tea in ship Companies with Suit- Â¬ able Illustrations An eminent physician has finally discov- Â¬ ered the cause of seasicknes Of course going to sea is the original cause of sea Sickness but the immediate cause of the nausea headache and prostration which constitutes seasickness is a lack of blood in the brrtln Nature not foreseeing that Inen would ever trust themselves on the the sea omitted to supply the vessels of the brain witli valves The result is that when a person is subjected for the first time to the motion of a Vessel nt sea the blood in accordance with the law of gravita- Â¬ tion is drawn from the brain and there being no valves to retain it the heart finds i - Â¬ Â¬ difficulty in pumping enough blood into the brain to supply the drain This theory enables us to understand why a sailor on his first voyage recovers from sea- Â¬ sickness so much more rapidly than a pas- Â¬ senger The reason is that he is compelled to work and ins circulation being thereby quickened his brain is better supplied with blood than Ls the brain of the idle passen- Â¬ ger It is ths common belief of the sea- Â¬ sick person that he obtains temporary re- Â¬ lief by emptying his stomach The facts of the case are that the effort to thus re-Â¬ lieve himself throws the blood into his brain and he thereupon feels better Those judicious persons who spend the first twenty-fours of a sea voyage in their berths fre- Â¬ quently escape seasickness for the reason that while a person is lying down the blood can flow into the brain more readily than when he is in any other position Knowing the immediate cause of sea- Â¬ sickness we can be at no loss to know how to treat it Nothing can be clearer than that the recent proposal to treatseasickness bj the exhibition of bromides in strong doses is all wrong The plan of tying a tight bandage around the waist is supported by those who believe that seasickness is due to the mechanical friction of one organ against another We now know that this is untrue but nevertheless the tight band and proposed to the principal of Houghton Seminary to make the beginning at her Alma Mater The latter entering heartily into the ar- Â¬ rangement Miss Cleveland wrote a course of historical lectures which she delivered that season As she devoted herself to her aged mother shfjj was unable to leave Hol Â¬ land Patent to pursue her work continuous- Â¬ ly until after her mothers death in the summer of 1832 After this sad event her brothers and sis-Â¬ ters naturally expected that she would make her home with one of them but being of an independent nature and self reliant she preferred to remain in the old home where shejeontinued to live when not away lecturing until she assumed the exalted position as mistress of the White House Miss Cleveland will remain in the White House as long as her brother remains a bachelor but by her own efforts she has created for herself a position among cele- Â¬ brities in literature that will be more endur- Â¬ ing than the honor and fame dependent up- Â¬ on the political fortunes of her distinguished brother If a Mrs Grover Cleveland should appear at the threshold of the Presidents mansion Miss Rose will quietly reopen the door of the homestead at Holland Patent which she has purchased out of the earn-Â¬ ings of her own labor and resume the work which she reluctantly abandoned for her brothers sake classes means of supplying nitrogen but etSm the value of this depends upon tht The richer feed given to the animals the food ni nitrogen tho richer will ba the manure in the element if not washed out by rains nor allowed to escape as ammonia The amount of nitrogen contained in manure can be pretty closely calculated It is esti Â¬ mated that of every 100 pounds of ni trogen contained in food consumed by animals scventv five pounds passes Ho properly off as urine and solids nourish an anmal of 1000 pounds1 weight requires daily at least half a pound of nitrogen which in one year would amount to about 185 pounds that would pass off of which 80 pounds would be contained in the urÂ¬ ine and 55 m the sol ds evacuated So one animal well fed would supply as much nitrogon if all were saved a3 would be contaned in 3600 pounds of Ordinary ground bone if all the urine and solid portions of manure could be saved To secure the full amount of nitro- Â¬ gen that comes from animals requires much care and attention as well as ex pense which is one reason why so much of it is allowed to go to waste If all the solid and liqud evacuations of animals was saved it would require the use of gypsum or sulphuric acid sprinkled over the manure mxed with the urine and spread over the stable floors Some idea of what is required can be eained from the iGt that for the absorption or holding of 135 pounds of nitrogen tho amount estt-matea to oe lumisneu oy a single ani Â¬ mal of 1000 pounds would require L 000 pounds of gypsum or 500 pounds of sulphuric acicL The manure pile too should bo dressed with soil if ex- Â¬ posed to the sun and weather If the urine is collected in a cistern it will be well to add three or four pounds of sulphuric acid to every 100 gallons of urine staring it thoroughly The trouble is that comparatively few av-Â¬ erage farmers have the opportunity of savingurinc and sd it is allowed to go to waste and amounts to but little in the work of fert lization of the soil except such as is scattered over the pasturage during the feeding season Prof Yeo Â¬ man VITAL TENACITY The Alleged Nine Lives of the Cat A Difficult Creature to Kill Of the Post It may be bnt when a man falls over a wheelbarrow inihedark it seom3 to loose its grip somewhat ulty of language It is claimed that the highest fac Â¬ i3 to conceal thought tieular Toledo Blade A Texan who has lived for yeara among the cowboys says that many ot them are graduates ot eastern colleges And some persons think a college edu- Â¬ cation is of no great benefit to a young man Chicago Times Teacher toiittle girl pupil Where Papa is going are von going Nellie Can again to take us to Florida capitalof Florida is you tell what the Yesm It the money they get from f Ni Y Sun boarders No Themistecles nor th re isnt much n a name after alL That winch you fondly and proudly calf an art -cle is just as liable to go into the waste baskefcasr that whichithe maaagr ing editor call stuff is- dead certan to go into the paper Burdetie A Kentucky girl was struck by lightning while dressing for her wed Â¬ ding She recovered in time for the ceremony and less than six mouth3 afterward her happy husband thought that a similar experience had Aefailerc him whea he came sof tlyjaiafc the frojit door about three oclock one morning -- in that par Somerville Journal Mrs SappnTra Coon of Smiter ville Ky obtained a patent on an atÂ¬ tachment whereby a woman may hold twelve extra clothes pins in her mouthi and at the same tune keep an animated conversation with the woman inn the next yard thereby saving hours of valuable time Lotsisville Courvzr Mail that it i Erudite grocer balancing a can of My dear has nine lives By this saying nothing peaches in his hand very definite is meant beyond the opin- Â¬ madame did you know that we reallv ion that under various kinds of death knew nothing about canning fruit ruins the cat lives much longer than other and vegetables until the of Pompeii were uncovered and animals that have to be killed by vio Â¬ splendid specimens were recovered When any question is canned over twenty centuries agor lent means No I didnt asked of the police or of other persons Snappish lady customer to take the Lves of lower know it But I did knor your canned who have How long be animals they tell you wlthont excep goods were very old from fore yoa will have your stock Tribune t on according to my experience that cat it is commonly said Â¬ Always say plcase Mother you ask for anything Bobby when Never forget to say please even to Father getting ready the servants Yes Robert my to go down town son bear in mind what your mother has told you and always say please- of my boy Its a little word use of it but full tha marks tho meaning and Now wife mv overcoat gentleman X and be quick about it and hat JournaL i THE BURRO Felicitous Description of a Rocky Mount Â¬ ain Bird The burro is a condensed jackass He is little all over except his ears and voice He has long hair all over his body four legs two ears and one tail As a vocalist the burro stands without a rival He starts ohy he ohy he off with a low sweet haw he haw haw haw he haw and keeps it up until you tremble for his life and just as you think he will surely stop or die and get out of misery he dis-Â¬ appoints all your fond expectations by turning on a little more sound revers- Â¬ ing the action aud retracting all he has just said A vocal solo rendered by a fully equipped burro is an experience never to be for- - Â¬ Â¬ i age may be of some little use in compress- Â¬ ing certain blood vessels and thus lessen- Â¬ ing the drain of blood from the brain In-Â¬ deed there is little doubt that were a man to tie a rope so tightly about his neck as to stop the flow of blood in the veins of the neck he would not be seasick although it is true that he would die of strangulation and asphyxia a fact that to the minds of some physicians would be an argument against the general use of the remedy The proper treatment for seasickness is simply to stand the patient ou his head This would effectually prevent any undue flow of iblood from the brain and would thus render seasickness impossible It is not necessary that the treatment should be kept up for any great length of time Twenty four hours in ordinary cases would be sufficient for by the end of that time the patient would probably become accus- Â¬ tomed to the motion of the ship and his brain would adapt itself to the new condi- Â¬ tions Steamship companies ought to provide facilities for the proper treatment of sea- Â¬ sick passengers When the number of pas- Â¬ sengers is small they could be seized up by the feet to the mizzen stay before the ship reaches Sandy Hook but on board most of our large passenger ships it would be found necessary to provide stout spars to be placed fore and aft at an elevation of say twenty feet above the deck the cat is the most difficult to destroy of all domestic animals and that it en- Â¬ dures accidental blows and falls with an impunity that s quite adistinguish ing characteristic The general impression convoyed in these views is strictly correct up to a certan and well marked degree By the lethal death the value ot the life of the cat is found to be at the least three times the worth of the dog In all the cases I have seen in which tho exactest coniparKsons were made tho cat outlived the dog A cao and dog of the same ages be ng placed in a lethal chamber the cat may with per-Â¬ fect certainty be predicted to outlive The lethal chamber being tho dog large enough to hold both the cat and dog the vapor inhaled by tho animals being the same w th every other con Â¬ dition identical this result as an ex-Â¬ perimental truth may be accepted Pompeii worked off PLACING AN Chicago -- ADVERTISEMENT- - An Editorial Oasis That ToraeU Ont to Sand to Country Stranger bt I I 2- 1- rfLli3fetfii3M- fc J i Now that we know how to treat half the terrors of a sea voyage will disappear Instead of lying in his state- Â¬ room or en the deck miserably sick the passenger will spend his first twenty four hours at a breezy elevation above the deck and without a single abdominal pang True his position may seem a little cramped and tiresome but this would soon wear off and his attention would be attracted and his mind occupied by the novel spectacle of the wor J a when viewed from an upside down position That this treatment would pre-Â¬ vent seasickness there can not be the shadow of doubt especially when we recol- Â¬ lect that the bat who spends half the year upside down has never been known in a jdngle instance to be seasick-- -t Y Tivm sea-sickn- appreciation and soothe their perturbed Monthly spirits The burro can not sing without raising Goldsmiths Grave his tail As his vocal organs limber up his Â¬ tail ascends until it is extended in one horOn the north side of the Temple izontal straight line and from the tip of his nose to the tip of his tail ho is one Church is a plain tomb of stone hex continuous harmonious exultant wave of agonally shaped and rising very slight Â¬ sound ly above tho ground- - On the south The best way to ride a burro is to hire a cow boy to do it for you but if you must side of this simple monument runs the Here lie3 Oliver Goldsmith do it yourself follow these directions Ive legend been there On the north side the inscription is Place one leg on each side of the thing Born 10th November 1728 Died 4th then as your legs may drag fold them up April 1774 The letters are in at the knees If your knees still drag un-Â¬ preservation but they might withgood ad- Â¬ fold your legs and wrap thera around tho vantage be cut out more deeply and burro three or four times and hold your feet under your arms I used to put mine filled m with metal Yesterday stray visitors to the tomb of whom there in my pocket my feet not the burro Then grasp srae of the hair in each hand are many especially Amercans found with flowers close your eyes speak gently to the burro it tendery decorated and off you go N B You will probably There were roses carnations large notice that the burro goes off alone and for white water lilies with their long a very short space of time you are left sitÂ¬ stalks and great wreaths of moss It ting in the sunlight about three feet above is pleasant to find that the oDscure and the ground with your legs wrapped around grave of Goldsmith Is a hole about the size of a burro then you out Â¬ retreat rapidly to the ground and sit down stll known and remembered Gold smith himself did not exactly make a with so much determination that you bite your tongue half off and dislocate your hip tortune by hs Vicar of Wakefield In spite of your w unds you insist in talk Â¬ although such is the irony of fate ing until eYerythk g is blue and smells of dramatic reproductions of mere porÂ¬ brimstone tions of the masterpiece draw in a sea Â¬ gives a person lots of experience how-- son profits which would havs made It ever but the next time will change the Goldsmith rich beyond hs wildest programme and cl mb the burro and earry dreams of avarice The recumbent the mountain A burro is sure footed al30 statue to the east of the tomb is a deÂ¬ four footed to is a mule but we do not cayed d sgrace to the neighborhood love the mule as we do the burro The mule is all hindfooteL Nemo in Ptchfs ami ought to be ether restored or i4e carted awtLyr St vQW Quafe Sun -- The d fferences always well marked are sometimes much longer than would be credible in the absence of the evi- Â¬ rwl dence I have once seen a cat falling asleep in a lethal chamber in the same period as a dog remain breathing lit Â¬ erally nine times longer for the dog died within five minutes and the cat not only continued to breathe in pro foundest sleep for forty five minutes but would have been recoverable by simple removal from the vapor into Xa IBM LJJ fresh air if it had been removed whIe yet one act of breathing continued This however was exceptional because the cat n the same lethal atmosphere as the dog does not as a rule live more than thrice as long i e if the dog ceases to breathe in four minutes gotten I have seen strong men moved to the cat will cease in from ten to twelve tears as they listened to his sweetbur mel falling asleep Dr R ancholy cadence because they had no club minutes after in Popular Science to show their W Richardson or battering ram with which wthout cavil dropped in this morning to see you u regard to placing an advertisement in CoDNTRTEDiTORrttd6i7 his hands Yes sir be seated sir Stranger I like your paperx 1 like its principles and the bold stand it take on the subject ot Prohibition and Country Editor You wilt find out rates for advertising as low as Stranger I like its independence it3 attitude respecting the sacred ncss of the Sabbath its fight for the poor and lowly and it3 fearless denunciation of the rich and mighty its - Edilorl In excluding from voiir sir everything of a sensa Â¬ tional nature or that can not be-- read bv every member of the household without bringing the mantling blufiibf shame you set an example sir toWho newspapers of this country that can not but b6ar fruit and Country Editor Well about that thous Country Editor Yes sr An in our paper wdl be read by aJ--placed Stravoitr columns advertisement you were Stranger The mission of your Upward journal sir is a noble one glorious sentiment and Onward is a In putting aside all sordid thoughts ot gain and battling for truth and justice alone you elevate your paper sir to the highest realms of jonrnapsm and CouNTRr Editor About how much space will your advertisement occupy Stranger Well I am not quite prepared to say this morning I hap Â¬ pened to be passing through yotv beautiful little Tillage and I thousnT i would step in and get your rates If von will kindlv state ia voar aext tesne that Mr Obadfah K- - Topalinsont xa prominent c tizen of Posey Couajtv spent a few hours in town last -wek and made us a pleasant caU and- semi U me a marked copy of the paper Good be much ooliged to youy sir morning Puck Toy Cannon A large boy in Chicago owned a toy ay I cannon His father disapproved of the toy and on leaving home tobe geme over the Fourth of July locked up the cannon so his son could not get iton Independence Day The boybrokePia the doorj secured the cannorraBdwas firing it in tine fashion when Sr the hs ual accident it put out one enf his eyes Â¬ bnrned the other seriously and mark ed his whole face lor He Tke father on returning home vowed that he would have bee lese uahapgy iad the son been killed aadthe sey ocavEleso that soeaewkat aaerere Iao pere has an opportunity tocoatem Â¬ plate the penlfces which Nature as sesses There Sssejanek Cthksrt thj IjUrtJttk F lrw mt aarh Vfruy - inin yzLirzz CWK tat tzzziA atu m tV s f5sl- - - -- 5 j -- it i5Brr W3sl 5 -- e 1L - - srwsit s n j I - t 9 r Cx-to-i- C - - i FfTTgCTgregsaaais r T - jt -- c 1 V r if J i 4 - 9 i r - - terians began to build other denomina Â¬ Lexington Press Bev Geo 0 Barnes Correspondence Christian Observer tions were aroused and now there is a has seen a vision that strongly reminds us THE JOHN SHILLITO COMPANY 0e B8af a Year Afr2ys In Advance The mountains of Kentucky arVa re- Â¬ Presbyterian and a Campbellite church of that witnessed bvSaul of Tarsus when Wholesale and Eetail Dealers in gion immensely xich in undeyjjloTieS re ana a handsome new school house almost onjhis way to Damascns By it a flood Entered ai lie Hazel Green Jostofficegas sources They araprobablyfthe poorest j completed in Frencliburg and three new oi Jignt has indicated to Mr JLJaracs that r section of th whole State vet destined I churches teeeH5 cIass ail matter m otaer pro is or the he should unite with the Church of EngÂ¬ county land This he lias done Under its in Â¬ MKDecome oneox tne ncnesi When Dr Guerrant first visited Hazel spiration he has written a communication V Green four or five years India giving a Themosfc important perhaps THE HERALDcirculation is in grandest feature of this country is the ago he in Wolfe county the public school from Landoverthat explain his startling had to preach in array of facts eelCj aHd it position p everx its Now there is not only a Presby- Â¬ one that is destined to confound the the- Â¬ crfBBiws with each issue it is therefore people They have been much maligned house We write from the heart of the notorious terian church but Methodist and Camp- ologians and wise men THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM Breathitt county It has been pictured bellite churches completed and a new lx Eastern Kentacky afld the rates are charged by The reported sale of the Kentucky ealy afeest fealf those newspapers others as the abode of wickedness ana crime high school building going up in town do not the headquarters of violence and outlaw Â¬ and new churches of the several denomi- Â¬ Union railroad of which mention wak Eace Seventh George Streets which as leeal family ia any degree THE HERALD ry a plague spot ou the face of the earth nations in the county made last week seems to have been a eapare Breathitt is the largest county in the mistake as it is disputed from sources O But our lot here is cast among as good as noble as excellent a people as are to be State In undeveloped wealth it is among which seem to be on the inside of the Editoe found in any SPENCER COOPER Only year or two the It is ago rich counties chapel aa rude log hut matter Vancleaves often true that the character of the peo Ed Pierce ple corresponds to tnat ot the country was we are told the only apology for a tion with thenotorious for his connec- Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY level country a is often church building in the whole county was convicted Bowan county troubles DEALERS IN SEPT 23 1885 found flatsameness among there people WEDNESDAY in the Bath circuit court of The Presbyterians here too are taking a the A beautiful frame Gothic robbing Joe Hagerman- - and sent to the none very gootl or very bad or very able the lead church is almost completed and a hand penitentiary tor seven years Democratic County Ticket or veryienorant a uniformity of blank some high school building which will mediocrity But in a country of high umbo Barnums Election First Monday in August 1838 mountains ana aeep vaiiey3 we Jook for cost 8UU0 is in contemplation at Jack last week the victim huge elephant died of a railroad acci son and at other points preaching is reg the same inequalities in its inhabitants alarly maintained by our evangelists dent Uis skeleton will crace the Smith- For County Judge There is among them a larger proportion soniau Institute in Washington Ana G B SWAN GO oi men ox aeciuea character men wno soon with joivs blessing the county will be dotted with temples for His wor W FearS JFor County Attorney Additional Local moristbre It is a popu ship And in the wake of the churches tney be bad are JOSEPH C LYKINS the schools it may be confidently lation that will compare favorably with Sentinel Democrat Thos W Rose of O any people of equal training The peo- Â¬ anticipated that steady progress will be West Liberty was in the city several days Connty Court Clerk For ple generally are kind hearted and ex- made in everything that develops and last week lie is a candidate for the repubDAYTJD HOGG G H DEAN KITE emplary and honest vastly more honest ennobles the country POLLARD The Evangelistic work of the Synod lican nomination for congress in this district than in some sections which loudly vaunt Sheriff For their superiority in civilization and mo- Â¬ has been of incalculable advantage not A few years ago he was An ardent democrat Importers and Jobbers G T CENTEB rality and religion Locks are in little only in the saving of souls but in the and being deteateu for the nomination for work of developing the waste and almost State Senator lie deserted that party and There is demand in all this region IN For Circait Court Clerk scarcely a house but cduldbe easily en 4 unknown regions among the mountains went over to the radicals We warn his W F ELE3NS terea xec men sieep sounaiy ana nev- Â¬ In its spiritual aspect it is without price new made friends to give him the nominaer dreampf jrobbers As we came in from In its tempoaaland secular results it is tion for congress or he will desert them and For Assessor one of our r5desjthe umbrellas were left one of the best investments ever made by go to well it dont matter much where he W G w ceuey outside of the irorit door by the main the business men of Kentucky goc3 he is at home anywhere F B C road convenientio any of the passers by fls For Jailer vvho were annoyed by the rain Yet we Otis W Snyder of Lexington Ky i3 LETCHER COUNTY GEOEGE W DEAhTR were told that they were safe there no N W cor Pearl and Wainut selling jewelry watches clocks silverware one would think of taking them without Procecdingrs of the Teachers Institute c at remarkably low prices now and For Surveyor asking The Teachers Institute for Letcher to those of our citizens who just are indeed of O The families among the mountains are county convened at Whitesburg Ky on H BUBNS XASH large and vigorous A dozen Monday August 24 The house was anything in his line we recommend a carefenerally For Coroner strong intelligent children in a called o order by S C Tyree Chairman ful reading of his prices appended A good KOGKEBS family is not an uncommon occurrence After devotional exercises Prof W T clock for 1 ladies size solid gold hunting FDSLDEN COX An excellent lady who has 22 living chil- Kennedy was introduced as conductor of case watches genuine American movements wiTn dren is regarded as having a large fami- - the exercises of said Institute 19 Bolid silver Chatlain watches For Countv School Superintendent 650 A Trtiirsor ITT rft irrl fnnno r nrn4 rn The names of teachers and honorary solid gold Chatlain watches 12 fine asJOHN M BOSE joadsicfe and in the school and at menbers were enrolled and W R Adams Ihe sortment gents and ladies set rings at one the church there is a large proportion of was elected secretary S N Taylor as- fourth value Breathitt Announcements handsome laces and well shaped forms sistant secretary and John Roberts IMPORTERS AND JOBBEES OP We are authorized to announce B M admirable types of undeveloped manly chaplain Sentinel Democrat The primary elec COMBS a candidate for the office of Survey ana womanly excellence ja Tk luuviTiii cuiuuuLieea were ao- lug fn ion in Wolfe is over and the Democrats ee- - Dry or of Breathitt county subject to the action JJut this country has been sadly over ointed On Programme H Banks EjfL Motions of the Democratic party T WoWi T T totlooked and neglected inaccessible t iuku Hill cted some excellent material for county rr officers With G B Swango as Judge C Third Eace w It is f iJVtllQj ilt J and It takes longer for a letter to go from Wm Proffit On Criticisms tlU Wesley Breathitt county to Louisville than from sanies and to U airchiJds On Reso- Â¬ Lykins as County Attorney G T Center as The Hickman Courier says Our Dakota irtfcerritory Union Streets SheritT and John M Kose asSupt of Schools Until lately this F Kinser Lee toads in this section are all with a few whole region has been ignored it has had lutions B M W Remines Craft R E the county affairs will be admirably man GCSTCrNNATi O Kennedy and U T exceptions common earth highways no good schools and no educated preach Banks aged The teachers organized a County Assoquagmires in the winter and spring and ers x ew oi its peopie nave enjoy ea op- Â¬ GLOVES Sentinel Democrat Stephen Mocka HATS CAPS portunities for training either in letters ciation by electing W R Adams tempowashed into gullies by rains in the sum Â¬ bee who was convicted in the Bath circuit or in mechanical pursuits There is a F Banks S mer They could be materially im- great dearth of skilled labor for a por-Â¬ rary chairman and Hpermanent secreta- court for killing his brother Henry and Co ry The following officers proved Tsy a judicious system of work-- tion of its people have grown up without were elected W T Kennedy president whose punishment was fixed at six months The Old Reliable ing under expert superintendents but forming habits of steady industry and S C Tyree vice president W 11 Adams in jail and a fine of 75 was pardoned by subsist in their they must be drained gravelled or macÂ¬ how they canwhat they gather miserable secretary S IS Taylor assistant secreta- Gov Knott cabins upon from their ry J J Lewis treasurer and M W adamized to convert them into really little patches on the mountain sides is Remines chaplain Corner Pearl and Tine Cincinnati would good roads This cannot be done under an unexplained mystery to one who has The Institute adjourned on Friday here express their thanks for past favora to the present rude and slovenly method of been accustomed to the comforts of life morning after unanimously adopting the all their old customers and still ask a conPresident of the Great working but it could be effected under that prevail in towns and cities and cosy following resolutions viz country homes tinuance of their trade Resolved 1st That we tender our thoroughly organized system with con- Â¬ But they are a fair type of many a pro- thanks to our County Superintendent for LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL CO We always keep a good stock and Uncle vict labor employed under the direction fessing Christian who has in his Bible an the interest he has shown in the progress Jim Fant with his good looks will at all Telia What Ho Knows of of skillful and experienced road masters inexhaustable mine of rich treasure He of this Institute and for his prompt at times be readyto wait upon you has there the assurances of Gods un- Â¬ tention at all times We heartily conSuch a method of employing the State bounded Jove directions how he may enprisoners would avoid the trouble of joy the amplest blessings and comforts of gratulate him for procuring the services of Prof Kennedy as conductor of our bringing cheap convict labor in competi- Â¬ this world and the world to come every- Â¬ Institute tion with honest workingmen and if hu- Â¬ thing which an omniscient God provides 2nd That we tender to Prof Kennedy for the children of His love Yet he de- our sincere regards for the able impresmanely managed would not be a hard Â¬ rives from it iio comfort he finds in it OXJIrxKY and pleasant which lie ship to the prisoners Counties desiring only uncomfortable intimations of future sive conducted our manner in He has led Office of ths CouRica JouaNAL LoGirrcxr 108 Tine Street Cincitinati Ohio has Institute ALLISON SMITH to improve their roads could make a re woe and prohibitions of harmless us to higher and more correct ideas of Dr Wwtcrsniih a rule I liave observed fcr Sir I vaive The type on which this par sr U printed Is from Â¬ quisitaon on the prisofl warden for a pleasures He does not study the Script- teaching We now leave bin our best nany years the vjuue of your remedy jrompt the above foundry Editoe Ieeald ures and lives in ignorance of the ful- and warmest wishes for his success in the ng jie to say in reply to your request what I kno gang of prisoners to le fed at the coun ness of your Cnili Care The private assurance f Hi Â¬ the he has entered effects fficacy I had and tys expense and worked under its own dom that islove of Christ and of the wis- field of labortowhich R Adams and S N aad observed on Mr the Rood results of its for moreI R W Meredith who profitable to direct and of 3d That W road master In this way the roads the glorious inheritance laid up for him Taylor we owe a debt of gratitude for han fifteen years has been foreman of my office The Trustees of this institution Lavo adticcd me to test t in tny family The results could be built at less than half the cost He obtains no more real comfort and ben services rendered during our Institute iavc been entirely iausfactory The first case was again secured the services of Prof N B which I 4th That we tender our warmest A twon years standing istried with believe every HAYS and the third term will commence and in a few years the State would have efit from the word of God than do these had been temporary re rude mountaineers form the mines of thanks to the citizens of Whitesburg and cno theremedyreturning periodically ami scensingly AUGUST 31st 1885 and continue ten 10 chills ef a system of highways imparting to prop- Â¬ boundless wealth beneath their feet them vicinity for hospitality shown us during ith increased severity Your cure broke then at months Green is the most desirable locaHazel for once and there has brca no recurrence of erty an increased value greater than its These mountains are full of treasure this Institute nore than six months The other case was of a tion in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky cost The Courier ot the drop on us They are covered with magnificent tim- Â¬ 5th That the teachers of the State be milder form and yielded mora readily to other and noted for the advantages it has in Sun day in giving this idea publicity but Hon ber We have passed single trees the paid monthly and according to the grado remedies but the chills would return at intervals and schools churches temperance societv until your medicine was used since which time health timber of which would sell for 100 in of their certificates now several months they have entirely disappeared Drnry S Gobsey our Bepresentative This school presents advantages which 6th That a Normal of 20 days be held From the opportunity I have had to judge I do not are not equalled in Louisville and the State in many parCure belief that elect spoke to us of the matter as early perhaps millions there areinthousand hesitate to of trees these vast annually instead of the Institute and is a valuableexpress and performs your Chill fpeciric all you promise ticulars and its future is destined to work a ss last April and his plan was almost rorest3 Ihe mountains are underlaid that the teachers be required to attend for it Very respectfully good to our country which will be felt W ST HALDEMAN Terms reasonable for both tuition and identical with that of the Courier On with excellent coal which crops out at it the same as the Institute board For terms c applv to 7th That we return our thanks to the the sides in countless places They con Ms suggestion we had intended to give Prof N li HAYS Principal honorary members and lady visitors of to tain ncn iron iron the public the idea but as we have been the railroads ofore worldenougntheirequip our Institute yet the poor anticipated in the matter we can only inhabitants find in these rochy hills noth8th That we heartily endorse Prof B approve it which we do heartily We ing but impediments to agricultural la- Â¬ Kennedys lecture on Higher Female In Sheep Russia and Turkey Bindings think that upon requisition from each bor and obstacles to travel Some of Education WITH That we connty requiring convict labor backed the cabins built over iron mines which Â¬ to 9th A Cline tender our sincere thanks P when developed would be worth hunfor his able interesting fcy good and sufficient bond for their safe dreds of thousands of dollars are yet too and instructive address on Higher Edu1 keeping they should be furnished with Â¬ poor to aflord a single nail or hinge in cation out any cost except for food and guards their construction They are rude log 10th That The Hazel Green HerWHOLESALE Letcher Sunbeam and But they should be furnished only for huts that would be condemned in some ald are requested to publish Mountain these prolaces as unfit even for a stable They Echo State roads If a system of this kind E ave crevices between the logs large ceedings S C TYREE Dry CSIrid Motions were inaugurated we could have a first enough for a child to crawl through they Connty Supt of Public Schools 729 731 and 733 John A Carter W R Adams Secretary class load between Hazel Green and have no windows and no door shutters James G Carter Bothwell at a Tery small outlay The as they are called by the inhabitants The Schoolmaster of our Republic DA Forline j MAIN STREET some of them even have no chimney Jo C Bethel When our republic rose Noah Web- Â¬ slight cost would of course fall upon the and rocks are piled upon the roof to hold J LOUISVILLE KY Is tax payers of Menifee and Wolfe in the shingles on in the absence of nails ster became i ts schoolmaster There had Ths Unabridged costnow supplied at a small ad- J G Carter Jr with BENISONB ditional never been a great nation with a univerH SMOCK proportion to their mileage of road but And the furniture too is of the most sal language without dialects The York PATENT REFERENCE INDEX The money that VITH The greatest improvement in book making that would so enhance the property of the primitive description it has been made In a hundred yeara would furnish a single room in a town or shireman cannot how talk with a man counties named that the increased value city house will fit out in gorgeous style hfrom Cornwall The peasant of the Li- - Tbo Cut gives but an incomplete Idea of its utility Co THE STANDARD would more than compensate the ex- Â¬ several of these mansions Yet here they gurian Appennines drives his goats home has 113000 Words Webster it Wholesale Dealers in pense We must do something to im-Â¬ live father mother children friends at evening over hills that look down on Iin 3000 EnjrravlnRB and a New six provinces none of whose dialects he ElojrraplUcal Dictionary visitors all in the single room which prove our roads and we do not see any Standard in Govt Printing Office as reception room dining can speak Here five thousand miles Jl4 33000 copies In Public Schools better way than by convict labor Hazel serves kitchen sitting roomparlorchamber change not the sound of a word Around room and Sale 20 to 1 of any other series to make a Family intelligent Green is a growing town and when the happy in the blissful ignorance of the every fireside and from every tribune lieln Tor SCHOJUA1W in every field of labor and every factory various mineral springs around here are wealth which they unconscious of toil is heard TEACHEKS andSCHOOIS the same tongue We Webster is Standard Authority with tho U 8 properly advertised an influx of people y trample beneath their feet every hour owe it to Noah Websters Spelling Book Supreme Court Recommended by tho State and unaware that any more comfortable seeking health and pleasure will be the mode of Schools in life is practicable Let those and Dictionaries He has done for us Sunts ofPresidents 30 States and by over CO 715 and 717 West Main Street illetre result Besides the fine coal timber who would smile with contempt at the more than Alfred did for England or A LIBRARY IN rTSELIV Between 7th and Sth iron and other mineral lands we possess needless poverty and ignorance of these Cadmus for Greece His books have edThe latest edition in the quantity of matter it ucated three generations They are foi contains Is believed to be the largest volume would induce many to come here if we people inquire whether they are any ever multiplying his innumerable army published It has 3000 more Words in Its vo LOUISVILLE KY more wise with reference to the spiritual cabulary than are in any had respectable roads They should be treasures God has so freely given them of thinkers who will transmit his name and nearly 3 timesfoundnumber other Am Dicty the of Engravings D B GREEN from age to age Only bilt by convicts and we hopeJEon D The great need of this country is stood on the New World two men have It is tho best practical English Dictionary WITH whose fume is extant London- Quarterly Review S Godfiey our representative and Hon Christian education With suitable ad- - sure to last IIUFFAKER WHITE GREEN discoverer and reliable VholesaIe Dealers in F Bennick of the Hickman district vantages its people would be the peers and WashingtonColumbus its Webster is It is an ever present family S S school Herald master to the whole J its savior will put their heads together and formu Â¬ or any xhey are girted by nature but and will be its great teacher and these G C MERRIAM CO 1 ubrs Springfield Mas Those who dwell in Clo West Main Street R L White late a bill covering the matter In the they lack teaching almost nothing of the three make our trinity of fame these huts know J B Green J High meantime that we may hear the voice outside world Like the man who is dead LOUISVILLE KY J A Huflaker You dont as a rule try to give your Ry JOHN J DICKEY Principal begins people upon the matter we reÂ¬ in tresspasses and sins and deaf to the lawyer points on statutes your parson on of the gespel offer they have no conception of theology or your doctor on hygiene but its sixth term August 4th 18S5 Students GEO E TUCK spectfully invite their views can enter any Instrumental WITH of the opportunities of improvement in you do as a rule again feel it incum- Â¬ is taught atBoardtime very reasonable music at rates CO BLOOM GOLDSMITH TACHAU their social and temporal condition They bent upon you to in- Â¬ of The Courier Journal of the 18th con- Â¬ need to be trained both in gospel truth structions verbose give your editor Â¬ A Library and500 volumes recently donated the principals private libraand explicit some- by friends Jobbers of Clothing tains a full account of the tobacco jubilee and in common school education and in times in journalism Did it ever strike ry free to students The schools past re- Manufacturers 642 and 641 Main St LOUISVILLE KY in Louisville on the 17th at which the the use of tools and in habits of indus- you that you can be excessively disagree- Â¬ cord is its best assurance for the future try and under the fsithf ul efforts of our able not to say insulting in your treat- Â¬ 73 and 7 Wooster St NEW YORK city celebrated the selling of 100000 noble evangelists real progress is being Highest Honor ment of newspaper men They have a3 JXOMTBK hogsheads of tobacco in that city since made The people turn out to church fair a share of brains as you are no long- Â¬ J X VAUGnX Worlds Exposition S S COMBS the first of January The sales aggrega Â¬ better than those in Louisville The con- Â¬ er social pariahs and from life and proVAUGKE3T COMBS ted over 10000000 The hogshead No gregations we have addressed on week fession see the seamy side of life and its day evenings would put to shame those silver lining too as you cannot ever hope DEALERS IN 100000 was put up at auction on the of our large city churches They come day of the celebration and was bought out in great numbers they listen with to do St Paul Pioneer Press EDUCATION EWW RSMITH of the COMMERCIAL COLLEGE Young Men Road This by the Finzer Brothers of Louisville at fixed attention and as they gather to- Â¬ AND LIVE STOCK OF ALL KINDS gether in knots on the street corner or sit The Voltaic Belt Company of Mar Kentucky University Lexington Ky 170 per pound the toal cost of the begin on the rail fences they discuss the ser- Â¬ shall Auch oner to send their celebrated i z Students canTime toany weekthday durmir the rear- Cor Main and Marion Streets eamnletc - - Full nintmii Rnunou fin mention nogshead being 2023 CAMPTON KY average total cost lceinamg tcioui we mon of the preceding nicht showing ilectro Aroitaic Belt and other electric Ui Stt of Book nd Board tnfsilj 680 Telegraphy appliances on trial for tliirtv daVS tO Phonoersphy and Type Writing sjxwUltitt Literary listless hearers that they have not been Courier Journal Lieut Greeiy the New and handsome churches are men young or old afflicted with nervous u Wft ima pruuciur asa iDGiviauaT explorer addressed the Berkshire Mass springing up all over this country Three dehilitv and all kindred troubles Also mtiirUfi b - tiiiei jciuucuon i coarie for Teneheri nd Burf 10 washers Special HAZEL GREEN KY Stni uj beaatifsl cij U noted fcr iu tealhfulcus iu gr smd Agricultural Society last Thursday He or four years ago there was not a church for rheumatism neuralgia paralysis and Thii Ilea University Diploma printed tood scUtrsales Koke of the discovery of a belt of land in in Frenchburg the county seat and per- Â¬ many other diseases Complete restora- Â¬ no leading railroad which recchei th fiijriert awird at the The Text Book the Arctic regions where there were sheep haps none in Menifee county People tion to health and vigor guaranteed No Worlds Exposition for iu Kxteosire Practieal and Com- Makes and repairs all kinds of Fanaing-EJumton used only at this risk is incurred as thirty days trial is al- Â¬ grelieoxire Mjiieathof eBorises College withistfa blgiiwt endorse xoois uuggies ana agons with the hed and horns of an ox and hardly knew what a Presbyterian was heapest It Is rcarantee ccecess la bsrlncs to iu Horse Shoeing will receive especial atien the tail of a horse but with the finest but Presbyterian preaching was jsut what lowed Write then at once for illus- Â¬ iiiant and eircslars and full psruculut eJdreo deserving grada its President For ate WXLBUB B SMITH IiwcpEtoc Ky tion jfpol ever found on any known animal the people wanted and when the Presby-- trated pamphlef free J IIazbl Gbeen Eebaed Eastern Kentucky 1 ffig Jr DRY GOOS jmrnmrnmnm wmm if a m JUT- wm i i m F D AY EYy iMi in HAZEL GREEW Â¬ CARPETING Cincinnati AS0RTMENT OF GENERAL MSMEiS DIbb IN K4STEKN KENTUCKY Having the experience of raaav Years in business we feel justified in asserting to the trade both Wholesaleand RetaS line of do can and wiU meet the wants of our patrons and make it to your interest te that we mtraaie us We have an immense stoek of everything you want or need incladiag or part-of-theworl- d LYTLE CO RY GOODS NOTIONS CLOTHING soots Shoes wats uaps Drugs Groceries Queensware Hardware Saddlery Cutlery -- eaf Tobacco Live Stock and all kinds Country Produce jS3Your trade is respectfully solicited taken in exchange for Goods or in settlement of Notes and Acconnts J y J-- E DAY E B MAY a SWAKGO MAY SWANGO KY Â¬ - 96 t5 CINCINNATI ealers in General Merchandise WIAYTOWN Keep constantly on hand everything kept in a first class country store We do not secure trade by misrepresention but by fair and honest- - dealing We carry Â¬ Â¬ The Largest and Best Stock of Goods and sell for the Least Money of any House inTown Wc - Â¬ ue ens ware havo- - also connected with- our business - c First Class Steam Flouring and Saw and- will guarantee satisfaction Eespectfully c A fiSill fyiAY r Â¬ Cincinnati J P c SWANGO SWANGO DEJLLE2 IX - Â¬ j Â¬ Louis Stix Coods and Go GENES AL MERCHANDISEHAZEL GREEN EENTUCKY KEEPS COXSTAXTLY OX HAXD A FULL ASSOBTEEXT 03 Â¬ Â¬ - 1 Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- ies Stoves and Farming Implements -- -- Â¬ i In fnct everything usnallykept in a fir3t cla3s country store and atBOTTOJI PEICES Also will take in exchange fos Goods or in payment of any debt due me all kinds of Country Produce and Live Stock of every description Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W Dickinson Â¬ HAT HOUSE JOH N W JO RiES DEALER IN W N HALDEMAN Â¬ WdLLliOD uGn ulijf In Mlifffl MT STERLING KY Â¬ NO 10 ALAIN STREET Â¬ Largest Stock of Clocks CLOCKS FROXl ONE One Day Clock strike Eight Day Clock Eight Day Clock and Album SOLID SILVER WATCHES Silver Plated Spoons Eastern Kentucky 2 Â¬ Â¬ WINTBESMITHS CHILL CURS Â¬ Â¬ TYPE FltAL-ttTtXrllS- 100 DOLLAR UP 00 S75 3 75 9 00 1 00 SParticular attention paid to Repairing Call and see mv goods JOHN W JONES ESTABLISHED IU 1845 Â¬ Hazel Green Academy The Leading Insurance Agency OF SET STERLING- KY - Â¬ Total Assets of Agency 1885 1836 za- - Â¬ Â¬ WEBSTERS E ROBERTS Liverpool and London of Liverpool 9250000 09 and Globe of England 36875000 00 1810 ITartford of Hartford 4541 240 CO Mercan- Â¬ 1809 North British li 849 Springfield ot Springfield 2 535633 00 33301000 00 1S63 Fireraens Fund of Cali- - F tile of England 1794 Ins Co of North America fornia 1473026 6 of PhUadelphia 971696 33 1S63 Northwestern National 2154889 00 1710 Sun Fire OfficeofLondon 5863000 00 1750 Niagara of NeTr York 1874035 00 1782 Phenix of London 5383916 46 xooo jjoaimana nttsourg 411489 00 Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well knowa corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental companies being dear at aay price The best policies arc always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as tkey would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds in trust Look to quality as ihe paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully A HOFF34AN Royal of Liverpool 31000000 00 1S61 London and Lancashire S4384SSO SO Â¬ Carter Bros Coeds i Go Office At Traders and Deposit Bank 4T B Â¬ AY BROTHERS FROZEN CREEK - F McCormick MODEL PLANING j m cox Â¬ MILL Breathitt County Kentucky -- HAVE JUST PwECEIVED AND OPENED the finest line in both quality and variety of McCOKMICK SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS ever brought to the mountains and will sell them cheaper than the same class of goods can be had elsewhere in Eastern Kentucky Manufacturers of and Dealers GK la Â¬ Rough and Dressed Uiaifaf Be SASH BLINDS Â¬ Davis Mallory Money Saved is Money Made Therefore be wise and place your money where it will do you the most good WE WILL SELL YOU MORE GOODS FOP OND DOLLAR than anybody We mean all we say and if you are at alldoubtful call at our new store and satisfy yourself that we have what you want all you need and will not ask the earth moon and stars for it Our store is a bran new one located at the mouthof Frozen creek immediately on the banks of the Kentucky river and the stock in it is bran spankin new also con- Â¬ sisting in part of Ash all kinds of Building Matzxial MT STERLING KY - J - -- Tern1 DRY GOODS NOTIONS AndFancy Goods Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Boots and Shoes Jackson School pins and eardrops in sets from 1 up Laee pins Mourning Jewelry m seta from 5 ete up Collar buttons 30 to 50 cta in gold aad Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats silver Silver Rhine stone combs 375 ie 300 Hair ornaments in gold stiver seU and jet Gold necklaces 3 to 5 eaek Boots Shoes Hardware c Coral bracelets 25 cts per pr Ladies hand All kinds of hair work No store in this section would be complete satchels 1 up to without having everything for the accom- Â¬ done cts order Braids made from coxabisgs at 50 per ounce We sell braids 4e modation of the people hence we carry from long even hair at 3 to 10 gray 5 to 10 Orders mail Staple and Fancy Groceries Cor Church byUpper prompuV attended te UoCXGTOX XY in such abundance and variety including flour meal bacon salt coffee sugar c that we can sell them very cheap or will ex-Â¬ Valuable Farm for Sale 1 change with you for country produce -- Ladies Will Find at Hiss Htjfs A fine black kid glove at 165 lighten kids 125 4 button Silk aud lisle thread gloves in black and colors Ruchings ia crepe leiss and muslin muain at 25 cents jv bos Infants muslin bonnets 50 cenis ap Corsets in great variety Plated Jewelry in JU 65 5 HI a VRi - Â¬ Â¬ Those Owing Us Must Pay Us I offer for sale the famv known as thfe and well have no monkeying about the Holdcrby place matter Eespectfully fcc Containing June 1 1885 DAY BROS Acres Wing mflea below HaI Green on the state road This farm kaa W T CASKEY H F PIERATT 423 CASKEY I it rStt PIERATT A Â¬ Jgti44MdJs General r- Wholesale and Retail Merchandise GIB OIOIEIRIS PROVISIONS OF ALL KINDS Canned Goods CoiFee Sugar Teas Syrup Patent Medicines Nails Axes Oils Wooden- - and Tinware In fact Flour Bacon Lard Salt EVERYTHING YOU NEED us HAZEL GREEN KY i - i SoiS J Tj PIERATT containing 5 rooms besides kitchen aaa dic Â¬ ing room There is u good wqll of fiae wa Â¬ ter and fine springs which yield aa afeaa dance of pure stock water an orchari sf 65 bearing apple trees of assorted wiater and summer fruit young and thrifty geswt barn and cut buildings about 100 acres of bottom land in good state of cultivation acres of which is now in corn 60 aerea improved tableland and the resaainiag 363 acres timbered of which 10 acres is sever Â¬ ed with very finest oak and fplar se rich and prodnctiveandnnderlaia wife Cood 2 Story Frame Dwelling r5- - f j iim -- 1 BLACKSMiT Frice 4500 Jcash and remaia4r rGivc a call and be convinced that one and two years Possession gives it at vou can buy more goods from us to the Dol Â¬ once on reasonable terms Persona footriay lar than at any other house in the moun Â¬ to purchase can call on H C rTrnrtum rr tains We also desire to buv a number of W O Mize at Hazel Green or tfce- Fat Cattle and Sheep for which we will pa v signed at Stanton Powell consarv JEr- llay 271535 the highest market price XY Fine Bituminous Coal 4i - ar - S J- il - -- w jflMigiiWaij at3SSf wfe rtty - n MUnmW m mpmjMtmnlXimiatBmmatm ww Aiitinjwjfrmtm m HyjLj T v- - SkVe a tw-r-n-rTOTa- r JLaAjEJj VJULTiW 9 f - T f y t-- K r- S - T2 I ij 5 great man physically These springs are located three qwarter of a mile from the beautiful town of Haael Rev P B Converse who has been in Gillmobe Sept 19 Well Miss Green Tha water contains a larver per Breathitt county laboring for the Presbyte Â¬ V TIME TASLE Garkey we will have to apologize to you centage of iron than any other water knows rian Church for several days was the guest hence it is the most valuable in the- cunt f ibtticky ax Saotk Atlantic Railway of the family of Col R J Samuel of this for our boldness and manner of addressing disease used internally or externally last Wednesday night en route to his you for we only supposed you to be some Standard tie22 minutes slower than lit Elace Among the many diseases which flem is I in Louisville Sterling time young gentleman of Cedar Bluff and thought heir to and for which this wonderful water 2t o 1 leaves lit Sterling at 7 a-- m arriving Dr J C Daiby of Lexington who we would get up a conversation and have is Known io De a posiuye ana penuas at 3Uth weB At 40 a m has been sojourning in our town during the cure are the following some fun jssting with you but we under- Â¬ Ks 2 leaves Rothwell at 9 a mj arrives at last two weeks drinking the famous Swnngo CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SKIN are a daughter of one of our old Mt Sterling at lh50 a rm water departed for home Friday morning stand you DISEASES SCROFULA CA-Ife 3 leaves Mfi Sterling at 140 p m arÂ¬ much improved in health and as active as a schoolmates no we hope you did not get ofwell at 320 pm rives at Both TARRH RHEU3IATISM school boy fended and will accept our thanks for the Kb 4 leaves Rothwell at 345 p mj arrives NEURALGIA NER Mr B P Holmes and family of New information you gave us in answer to our at ML Sterling at 530 p m C VOUSNESS 3fe 2 connects at ML Sterling with 1105 a York who have been visiting relatives in inquiries Please write to The Herald We append a few of the Lundrads of tes Â¬ several weeks bs cad 1S7 p m trains on C O railway this and Breathitt counties for Caywood vs Commonwealth every week and give us all the news from timonials which have been tendered aa to for Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville left fortheir home last Thursday morning the efficacy of this W3ter in disease In the case of Caywood vs Common- Â¬ John E Patricl of Jackson was in the Old 1Dominion J TTT 2o 3 ceunects at Mt Sterling with 1105 a One lady writes I am so thanful io the V Jr T tt Tf il m train eaCiO from the East and 136 town last week en route home from Louis irfiuncie XHinny tvaidujis jw xiu ia wealth appealed from Wolfe circuit court Great Giver of all Blessings that I tried p m train from Louisville and Cincinnati ville whither he had been on business wommonlr called is the oldest person in this the opinion of the Court of Appeals by Swango Springs Freelr do I give all the tgfcMentgemery county court day special Capt J M Beatty of the Soldiers vjcinitv beinc almost S8 years old He tells Judge Pryor reversing is as follows time and money spent there for the health leaves Both well on the 3rd Monday in each and strength I now enjoy in town jasBtk st 730 a m arriving at ML Sterling EnendTras a friendlylast Friday and paid us tnat nis neaiin ana oouiiy strengm m While one who has caused the death of our sanctum A gentleman of Hlinois says X think the visiL t 9 a a Returningleaves Mt Sterling at very good for one of his age another by administering poison may be water of Swango Springs did aae more good Mrs David Morse has been quite ill 3 p m arriving at Rothwell at 430 p m than all the nostrums 1 have ever tried I Mrs E W Minton has a double cym guilty of manslaughter although he was ig Â¬ Leaves Rothwell for Mt Sterling at 5 p m for several days but we are glad to see her will certainly be with you again next spring Â¬ out again GEO B HARPER Supt bling grown this year Each part is exact- norant of she poisonous character of the References IL T Smith J G Trimble week ly the same size and grown fast together drug he was administering yet in order to TheP ditor is in Cincinnati this P L Keese ML Sterling Ky F M Hiakle on business connected with THE Herald from stem to blossom end Mrs F M Hinkle Wm Clarke Plum Lick authorize a conviction m such a state of KY HAZEL GREEN Ky John T Coons of Campton was regis Smith Adams the gauger is visiting case it must appear that he was giving the WEDNESDAY J5EPT 23 1885 tered at the Pieratt House last week A large hotel is now beinr built which drug with a wicked or evil purpose the distilleries throughout the county will afford ample accommodation to visitors Â¬ Mrs J S Clark and sister left Mon The Court erred in this case in instruct- Â¬ Forfurther information inregardto board We have whooping cough in this vi- Â¬ Transient advertisements inserted day for their home in West Liberty HABBISON SWANGO ing the jury that they could find the defend- Â¬ c address TJxcxE Remus cinity t 75 cents per inch first insertion and 25 Misses Lulie and Lena Beatty of Beat Hazel Green Ky Or this office eeata an inch each subsequent insertion tyvile are visiting in Hazel Green P S Since writing the above our ant guilty of manslaughter if he was igno rant of the poisonous OB NUNNELLY Mrs Elizebeth Johnson was taken se- Â¬ mind has wandered back to the great and he was administering character of the drug riously ill on Tuesday morning WITH noted battle of Winchester Va which was John E Cooper T Day and son Kelly returned faught SepL 19 1864 just 21 years ago to-Â¬ din for appellee for appellant P W Har Â¬ o day in which wc participated under Gen CO T Dy is in Breathitt cocntv on from Louisville last week STEVEISTSOIS Dr H O Cease left Hazel Green on Jubal Early who commanded the Confeder business this week twQ weeks Rev E Q For the pagt Sunday for Frenchburg ateiorces iniswasaaayiongiouereiuexu rGuerrant has bcm hold meetintr8 in WHOLESALE SADDLERY A Hitt of Minersbnrg is in our H H Wilson of Breathitt county bered We belonged to the 23d Virginia Breahitt county Eev W B Cooper is in midst rusticating and is stopping at the Day was in town Monday battalion which numbered 301 men on that charge of the work of the Presbyterian Manufacturers of L A F Lyon of Rousseau was in town morning and three days later was J B Dunlap J- Dunlap church there and Kcv E P Mickell was yesterday Go to Caskey Piertt for the finest with 30 men and was commanded by present as organist and assistant preacher W G Barrett Saddles Harness c and best Sour in town John W Sweeny now living on Buck creek The first week a church of 69 members was The Yearly Meeting at Hazel Green 728 and 720- and dealers in ld Lnke son of A M Swan When the services at Beginning Branch Wolfe county Ky who was then 2nd Ser organized and 082 raised towards buiding a W ilain SL go died of flux on the 16th insL were j Saddlery Hardware are closed many of the officers of these geanL All the balance of the battalion church on Frozen Sunday the 20th anoth- Â¬ Many changes have er church of 115 killed or captured Born On the 12th inst to the wife of churches will doubtless visit Hazel Green members was organized and Wiley Perkins a girl Rosa Lee LOUISVILLE KY to attend the Yearly Meeting which will taken place since then Oh how sad to 621 raised towards building a house of wor I commence on Friday SepL 25 Several of think about the many lives that were lost ship on Middle Fork So instead of having Buy your saddlery paints oil window U IL GEQRGE DOLL the most prominent ministers in Kentucky for naught no church building Breathitt county will glass sails c of Caskey PieratL WITH have been invitted to take part in iL At soon have three comfortable Presbyterian MORGAN COUNTY The lamp 8 for the Presbyterian church the time of this writing it is not certainly churches Co Rosenberg Flexner stink place have been received and are be- - known who of them will be present The Maytown Sept 19 W Lawson zsg put in position J TtfiT VV T SfomTor lino l nnr con4- f r Successors to Bosenberg Nathan Flexner following is the programme subject to such W 1m nsN4lrt InA vic afnnan Tim Yanccburc this year bv the M E Church Several of our citizens attended the changes as may be desirable Virginia where they have been for six conference recently held at Versailles WHOLESALE Asnsal Meeting at Bethsalem last Sunday It FMDAY Seit 25 K weeks Uncle Bill has got a bright smile on will be remembered well pleased with their trip sad all seem TnE Herald pre- Â¬ that 11 A si- - Preaching ur hisface since Aunt Huldah got home dicted that should he be heard by any con- Â¬ and Subject Duties of 2 T sr Discussion 3reens Liniment Temoves knots AKD ied On the 15th inst Pearcey Em- gregation more able to pay him a good salaÂ¬ sll enlargements on horses or other stock Parents Itev W B Cooper and Elder Jas 5 Ko cure no pay Sold by J T F Day ipso little son ot E B May The bereaved ry than the people of this circuit he would H Williams to lead Open to all parents have the sympathy of the entire get an appointment worthy his worth as an 712 A2TD 714 South Side stats called If Chsabers of Stillwater flux rag-- 3 P Jr Praise and prayer service community in their affliction orator and a minister Our prediction has BeL 7th Sth Subject Duties of st osr office on Monday and reports 3KP- - M Discussion W T Day has gone to the upper coun in a measure been verified Bro Stamper ing to fearfal extent in his neighborhood Deacons Eev E O Guerraut and Deacon LOUISVILLE KY ties to summon witnesses in the Al Little writes that the salary will be between 600 Uev John Pw Kendall who succeeds J Z Haney to lead Open to all case which comes up in October atLouis and 800 per year S J GRAUHA2L JAS A SHUTTXXWOEIH H-- Bar TU- L Stasaper in charge of the M E 445 SI Praise and prayer service ville Ky 1 OtBres Seuik of this circuit is said to be Close at 5 P SI Â¬ We call special attention to our new GRAlfMAH SHUTTLEWORTH iRev W L Stamper went to French s te presefcer 7 P M Preaching These remarkable pens Matchless pens Tsurg this morning to assist in the funeral of combine the elasticity and freedom of a Satceday Manufacturers and Jobbers of Died On the 15th inst of cholera James Armitage Sr gold pen with the quickness of action of W isfantum Maud Prater aged 14 months 9 A si Praise and prayer service Mrs J F Hill who has been down steel pens They are the best pens madeÂ¬ J 4asghter of John and Mary Prater of Bed 930 A SI Discussion Subject Duties for all work where a smooth point and percounty Hirer Morgan of Elders Eev James M Little and Col IL with fever is improving fect elasticity are required and will last as John Cos of Red River was in town long as two or three ordinary steel pens Little vcill preach the funÂ¬ J Samuel to lead Uev H H Send for samples and price list JansonMe JJtjtXJi J eral of Howard Kash at the Christian churchÂ¬ 11 A SL Preaching this morning on business Co Wabash Ave and Madison St Ciurg OctoIn our town on the second Sunday in Subject Duties of There is a great deal of sickness in this Chicago Wholesale and retail at this office 2 p si Discussion ber at 3 oclock P si Lick Seillet Church Members Dr E O Gucrrant and neighborhood L W C Kendall county clerk of Mor- Breens Liniment is pronounced by all Jno C M Day to open 3 greatest remedy who have used it to be the MENIFEE COUNTY lfnn flmintv j wiw domirjlfid fit the Tav linnsn Sonc service 3 P M O j 605 W Madt Street for rheumatism sprains cuts bruises etc 330 PM Sabbath school work Pev E Monday and Tuesday on his return home s Sold by J T F Day Frenchburg Soet 18 Wo see it after a twenty days trip in the counties LOUISVILLE KY P Mickel and Jno E Patrick to open suggested to attach Bowan county to Judge south and ea3t of here of Pomp is a candi S Clark has rented the property 5 P si Adjourn Coopers Judicial DistricL Let it be done date for door keeper of the lowar house of -- H F Pieratt and will move to Hazel Green 7 r IL Preaching i as soon as the building is completed which by all means Also Knott Letcher Bell the Kentucky Legislature and speaks en- Â¬ Sokday will be in about two weeks and any other bad counties if they should couragingly of his prospects We would be Preaching and commission MT STERLING KY 11 A SI be in the Jackson Purchase Breathitts glad to see him win the prize as he deserves B E Roberts desires to say to Capt 3 P SI Childrens mass meeting C W ADAMS J B ADAMS J W ADAMS courts could not be held until she was added success his friends and customers through The 7 P si Preaching his family is the HERALD that sickness in to the 13th District and Judges Riddel and caase of his delay in visiting this section Dr Geo W Moore of Frenchburg is Cooper have held the courts there with as Is It The Great Wkat I- not only building up the finest practice of Breens Liniment is certainly the best f John Lewis the greatest prestidigita little trouble as elsewhere Besides Judge Keep on hand BUCKBOABDS and SEC to do in his own dis- Â¬ any physician in the mountains but is gain Â¬ combination of remedies for corns neural- Â¬ tor contortionist acrobat athlete baugoist Cooper has nothing OND HAND BUGGIES and Repair and Successors to JOHN G BAXTER gia pains in tie back and side etc ever ing a reputation as a hotel keeper second to Paint all kinds of work cvmnastand evasiicutus crave an exhibition trict F Day old by J T produced WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURERS OF no caterer in the land He is a clever little here on Saturday night last and before the wLRev IT R Coleman lectured at the Greenville Ward has finished burning performance treated the citizens to a street fn V7al n nA i tr nicTif tn flif fn gentleman and deserves all the success he now the people of Hazel his brick kiln and in the annals of histo- Â¬ sonic Fraternity on his travels in the Holy has attained Stop with him when you go Green and vicinity can be supplied with pageant unsurpassed his way and if sick let him prescribe for Will receive Mr Shores special attention We have read Land good brick at reasonable rates Give him a ry ancient or modern CONBO Y SHORE Give us a call you G W Poplin waived examination of ca3L something of the carnival of Borne have celebration at Mem- - the charge of counterfeiting against him at Major R C Wingate of New York Chambera of Stillwater witnessed a Mardigrasstory Wallace of the march of Lexington executed bond and has returned registered at the Day house Monday He they have threshed over nhis read the Bible report to us that Hollow ware and Tinners Stock HAZEL GREEN KY represents a company of Eastern capitaists 3000 bushels of wheat up to Monday They the Israelites out ot Egypt participated in home 3 MVo T7ioil- - desirous of investing in land in the counties omco and salesroom than people ex- Â¬ the cesoui centennial celebration at Balti re nnrv4nn 1 aay wneat is much better 733 W Main Street Stands at the head of Low Prices with evÂ¬ pected erything you want in more cried over the charge of the gallant iBallard Toot of Wolfe Breathitt Morgan and Magoffin LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Bays six hundred admired the animals in zoologand is seeking to purchase direct from bona Revs W P Taulbee and John GOODS NOTIONS MONTGOMERY COUNTY fide owners rather than to deal in defunct of Magoffin county will preach the funeral ical gardens and laughed at the eccntricitics handle nothing but Charcoal Tin and guarantee everything not to leak 2rwe Bocts Shoes Hats Clothing sermons of Bovd Kickell Bosoom and Maud of the monkeys but the princely parapher- Â¬ encumbered old surveys such as Boberts tc Prater near W B Daviss oa Bed Eiver nalia of the plumed pageant that promenad- Â¬ Run- Sept 9 Died At Aarons GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGS mext Sunday N n TRIMBLE ROBT M TRIMBLE The Annual Meeting of the Christian our streets on Saturday evening last took the residence of W M nenry of this place ed FLOUB BACON die began Dr Guerrant and bis co workers Middle the bakery with all fixtures and appurtenan- Â¬ Mrs Sarah Christian after an illness of church of this county will convene at anti The money is what I want and I wfll give Meeting at Beginning Branch on belonging in the language of four weeks aged about 71 years Thus has och near the Kentucky Biver next Friday MORE GOODS FOB A DOLLAR IN CASH Breathitt county on Monday SepL ces thereunto Fork circum- Â¬ passed away in a good old age this saintly and continue in session until Sunday after- Â¬ than any other house in town 14 The congregations were large and much a former citizen It was a sheol of a Â¬ mother in Isreal She has been known to noon No more hospitable people live than Country produce taken in exchange for manifested by the whole com stance isterestwas F McGTJlBE goods this community for many years as a devoted the people of that vicinity and we bespeak munity Â¬ 3Ieetlng The Annual Christian one whose faith in GOD manifest- a pleasant gathering and good time for the Lost On Sept 4th a Shepherd slut AND DEALERS IN Annual Meeting of the Christian ed itself in a life of good works Her fu- Â¬ immense concourse which will be there The black with a white ring around her neck was preached this morning by Rev sad answers to the name of Ponto Any Church of Morgan and Magoffin counties neral MAYTOWN KY information leading to her recovery will be met at Bethsalem church in Morgan county McEllory of ML Sterling after which her hereon T and William Little of Tex- Hberaliy rewarded by Jas H Brown Hazel on last Friday and continued over Sunday remains were buried in the family grave- Â¬ us urnveu uu uie iiueti euuesuuy on u vis- Â¬ Takes the lead in LowPrices with everyÂ¬ thing you need in the Tray of Green Ky On Sunday a represntative of The Herald yard on the Col Henry farm there to await it to thi3 their former home and the warm groeting they received bespoke the kind DRY GOODS HOTKXiS GROCERIES TnTin Thnmas living near here savs attended the meeting and found that in the the resurrection bloody crowd of hundreds of people from different The new school house at this place is feelings our people have for them They polk berries are a sure cure for BOOTS SHOES HATS CLOTHING Jhoc He had two children down with the parts of the country the best of order pre- - completed Last Monday there was quite a are at the old homestead the guest of their dioconr and gave them polk berries with mother Aunt Lotty and will return to boys scholars in attendance and Hardware Drugs FlOHr BacoB 4c Ac remabove stated tie resultas this disease is It is a simplewouldÂ¬ vailed little while some of the werehad ta number of new Amyx Peter and Robert the Lone Star State in a few davs noisy s Miss Kate none of the critter prevalent it ken a lSgu3oBe7 s what I want and I will give edy and be well to try iL and everybody was as happy as a lark Bev fGoodpaster and your correspondent attend- MORE GOODS FOB A DOLLAR IN CASH V Joe Coburn a son of George Coburn this place are just W L Lacy was appointed evangelist for the ed the fair at Paris last Thursday T F Day of Wiving near Frenchburg in Menifee county than any house in Maytown Mrs Hugh McDonald and daughters fell from a ow receiving the finest stock of fall and counties of Morgan and Magoffin for the Country produce taken in exchange for last Sunday evening and bush winter goods ever displayed in the moun Â¬ coming year The good people of the neigh- Â¬ Sallie and Julie are visiting relatives at B A-- CHILDERS goods broke the ulnar bone of his left arm inflict heart tains consisting of everything the stock borhood had made preparation to entertain Lexington ing a green stick fracture Dr Moore of Ota wish or necessity demand The they the congregation and the dinner on the John James and little daughter Lillie that place set the limb and the patient was was bought low down for cash and propose to give their customers the benefit ground Sunday was a bountiful repast and who have been very sick of flux are conva- Â¬ doing well at last accounts verified the saying If you want good eat- Â¬ lescing of by selling it in Uxe same way Â¬ May The ing just attend the Annual Meeting The Quarterly meeting of the M E The stock sales passed off quietly last Â¬ Bath Again Bathed In Blood HAZEL GREEN KY Church South closed at Frenchburg on Wednesday with but little stock on the mar- meeting closed Sunday evening and every -Sentincl DemocraL no demand for cattle mules body went on their way rejoicing Sunday last Bevs Demaree Bagan and Horse Shoeing a Specialty Buggies ket There was old at fait prices horses dull J H Pie Â¬ aeons and all kinds of Farai Tools mad In Owingsville last Tuesday the jury Stamper preached Bro Stamper delivered Kentucky Conference ratt auctioneer reports the following sales 1 an epaired in the best saaaner in the case of A J Ballard for murder of an eloquent sermon on Sunday night to a 500 1 nules 80 1 mule 655 mules Kentucky Conference of the M E Peter Spencer brought in a verdict of guilty large congregation The 1 1 3 heifers sale colt 302 yoke cattle45 160 heiferHOand Church South held at Versailles adjourned 2 sows 975 fixing the punishment at imprisonment for 1 Dr H O Cease who ha3 been doing in the 14th insL The following is the list of life and the jailer with guards removed pigs 25 1 yoke cattle 75 appointments for the Irvine District the prisoner from the Court house to the some very elegant dental work here is now We ask special attention to our new Presiding Elder D G B Demaree MAYTOW2T KY jail and just as they arrived at the jail door at Frenchburg and will go from there to These pencils while Matchless Pencils Campton To all who need his services we Irvine C E BoswelL claim equal in SHOEING A SPECIALTY Moses Ballard a brother of the prisoner HORSE y low in price are we - London E B Gifford Will repair Farming Tools Buggies WaÂ¬ AVlXty IOr au ousiness jwwra w m rushed up and shoving the guards aside will Fay that his work is first class and his of the gons c Makes plows hoes Sbc Satiaiac al In the market not excepting those in at Bsrboursville B E Bell supplied told his brother Jack to run which he did charges reasonable They excel particularly tion guaranteed in all cases iurhest cosL Crab Orchard F T Johns supplied Mose with pistol in hand said he would jMenifee circuit court is in session at ef jrrit and strength of lead Send West Liberty W B Bagan seee Co Wa T DAY shoot the first man to attempt to follow Jack fbrenenburg tins week The case of the for price llsL Jansen McClurg T Campton G G Bagan ave and Madison SL Chicago Wsh and about the same time he fired his pistol Commonwealth vs Wm Osborne for the Marshal and General Detective Jackson John J Dickey and J P Lock- - in the air The guards then fired on him killing of Henry Thomas several years ago Willie F Wallace son of W X and harL MAYTOWN KYT insL with fatal effecL In the meantime James comes up- JL S Wallace died of flux on the 16thyears N Corricr Will attend to ferreting out crimiMlrJii Stanton Steven aged 12 vears Ida Lee aged seven Ballard another brother came upon the Fifteen Professors and Instructors sMiss Laura Ponder of Frenchburg a not expected to any part of the country andgarateisii Ster of the deceased isWallace lives on Whitesburg M P Morgan scene and began firing at the guards when Agricultural and Kechasical Scientific Engineering Classical Moras isfoction in every ease where employed very interesting and accomplished young E e same disease Mr ML Pleasant G B Kendall the latter shot and killed him also Each formerly lived School Military Tactics and Sommsrclal Oesrss of Study Orders by zaail promptly attended to Stillwater this county and lady is quite sick with fever but under the John B Kendall were shot a number of times While this in Tazewell county Virginia Later Since Hazel GreenBÂ¬ skillful treatment of Dr Moore is improv -C- OUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION - L F HurLv was going on Jack was running and got half the above was set in type we have receivedÂ¬ Morehead SAVE YOUR MONEY ASD BUY For Catalojrue and other iafonaatlon Fall term begins Sept Qtn ZS85 ing little girl died on Fri information that the Frenchburg Wm Derrickson mile from the jail before he wa3 captured a Address JJvMZSS SU PAXTR60X Plx Z JUexlugton Kentacky YOUR GOODS CHEAP day evening child of Wm Ingram A and brought back to prison Mose and Jim Ioolc Here q rxoac The Ugh school building committeeat Read this please We have carried Ballard were between 30 and 40 years of age at Frenchburg is very low with a complica- Â¬ GTLLIS H tion of diseases Dr Moore is attending th place have employed J S Clark of until we are loaded down and had families WITH - UTeet libertv to erect the building and he slow customers WITH him and hopes to pull him through gMr and it is impossible to continue to credit vork last Monday mornin- and those whose notes and accounts are past due Lightning Bods 1 McCORD c AYDELOTT Sievers Carscn Hardware Clark is weU known in this vicinity you and will take DAYSBOROUGH SLY Moore of Frenchburg will take pay Five hundred dollars reward will be reputation as a tramer We must have valuefromnotes and accounts feu a Company on at Its stock by lightning for The for any completed his aid bailder He has just church at Jack livenot call for credit even if yon are good paid is roddedbuilding struck manner with subscriptions chickens Heraid and will re Do 637 W Maet Stezeta TUY yanx paper ea ceive pay in com or anything of in a scientific n the Presbyterian that eestract settled and cat last Saturday if you are owingweussay have notDav aad came to this place sister-in-laCo W- - P Staggs LOUISYLLLE KY the kind our rods JT F IVe mean what his wile and jec peicd by Write for terms to agents ol Hazel Ureen was here this EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS BY reek and he 13 the finest specimen of young COUNTJES- --wwt creawodent in every anneod we ever saw lie was J5 vears of flTi Ik tke cocfitks of Wolfe Mor age last xnursdayas Sept 10 lie is six feet Reported ly Special Correspondents from high just as tall his father weighs about All Points in the Mountains Sreftckittj Heaifee Magoffin Pow 200 pounds is symmetrically formed muscu Â¬ 2a SKett Estill Perry and Floyd In lar and no surplus ilesh Should he contin- Â¬ fact afci every point in the mountains ue to grow as boys usually do he will be a WOLFE COUNTY 5J tmvj5 Ih c TfrrDAT n JLiOJ-i-- aj r jayior xay Personal ParagrapliB Sentinel Democrat KellvDavsonof J m w C0REESP0ATDESf0E i To the Tax Payers of Wolfe County ptrint rfi Knowing that money has been scarce with my fellow citizens and wishing to do with them as I would be done by I have not asked them to pay their Jaxes for 18S5 but I must settle with the court of claims on the firat Tuesday in October and must have the money to settle with The time allowed for me to collect and make settlement with the Auditor is also shorL To meet both payments I must have the money and have it now I make this announcement to give you notice to be ready when I call and you who are now reading it may be called upon to morrow so get ready and pay your taxes I have certainly gave you more time than any former Sheriff and you should show your appreciation of my leniency by payÂ¬ ing up on the first calk Very truly yours G T Cexteb Sheriff Wolfe county C E WILLMOT ifc e - rr X 7i j a j JJ IB5 Cash Dry Goods Store WHOLESALE AND RETAIL - We are anxious to sell Our Goods and will make pur prices right of Life The Water Humanity for Anlicted IBOK IS KIHG - Orders filled promptly and carefully We have a big drive in a Box toe Boot at 350 extra good Come and see me cE Reese Building WILLMOT MT STERLING KY OSBORNE Reapers id Mowers Tlte Best Most Durable and Liglitest Running Machine on the Market Every Machine Fully Warranted Green Ky local mws J J HANLY JUDY General Agents forEastern Kentucliy B Mt Sterling Ky Orders solicited by T J Hazel DTJNLAP BROS J h five-year-o- The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Boots Herbs and Barks Except Ginseng I J T BBEEN MaLin SON 4 - Importers I Wholesale Druggists Street f J Mt Sterling Ky BOOTS SHOES T- r ADAM BAUM Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se lected Stock of - J Whicli lie sells Wholesale and Hetail as Cheap CLOTHING 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 NEW BUGGY WORKS you may go 1 US liS 1 Conroy H ADAMS BROTHERS CO Shore STOVES GRATES MANTELS Pieced Pressed and Japanned Tinware SIGN PAINTING Jt -- F McGUIRE Lt Â¬ DRY - TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS R A CHILDERS Ithat -- J Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling For Wishing to devote m ness I will sell m Saw Mill SaleAtime my other to FRANK TYIiER busi- BLACKSMITH E J BOEKS Lane ifer m- Consisting of a 25 Horse Power Engine and Boiler a No Circular Saw Edger c Everything is in First class Order and will be sold at a bargain on easy terms Parties wishing to buy are invited to call and examine the proper t Cornwell K ALFRED COMBS Bodley Saw Mill Fixtures BLACKSMITH TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY y two-year-o- ld rfeMi ae w H J CLARK 5- - A M N1CKELL -- wide-spread fDr r Wholesale Hatters w louisyillexy Jsjttaj - E5 i i- Jv- - 1-- - 5 Ki - Thft nthpr Anv rTfL pf matnUlnnl- - I about and spell the names and verse HOME AND FARM v J vU wua RADW1H on the stones and smell the flowers piace between eleven of a well known The horse stable should be fsr the girls school in Surry England and she added gently horses alone nd not for the cattle eleven of the ladies of the neighborhood SPJSXCEK COOPEIt Proprietor I dont like to do that said her hogs and sheep The ladies wore their usual costumeV Ff curie Farmer companion peevishy The names It is tjald that cows will bscoiite And the school girls were attired in are too hard and long GREES - - KENTUCKY 4HAZL What fond of beanstalks and eat them in white tunics Eton blue caps and sashes T5 Cheapest Mi lest Metfcme ier Fawiy See to match black stockings and white a queer name And when did she die preference to good hay EST TJEJB TWTOXI FARMfR STEBBINS - 183n t They also Wore red In f real om to tireacr mttsie neTcrfatoXo reMT What year is this The best stock water is that of liv Â¬ knickerbockers applicaHu wtftr WtersfcaaAlAstAppearaHee oftUers Thirty six isnt it came the ing springs the nsxt that of running roses as a badge while their opponents rjklS witheroae Boroh tba iate the saeasaaitc how leles exeradatlBr BedrWdea IaSrm Crlpptei Jfcrrow Cotjgix Johjt Â¬ doubtful response Ekar streams Fully equal to these save in wore white The school were the vic prwrrmteU irit dteew sr XA9 WX We got here was my worthy Pshaw That was last year or the the exception of hardness is the water tors rife a KICAIII KIHJJirTOIIWailHiiMe He laughed gleefully over the embaz surreptitiously Hi3 companion de- Â¬ year before Let me see I was born of wells free from surface drainage P Sanies Sunnyliopes pleas- - fclement and the old lady gave vent t BOWEL COMPLAINTS tected the action A Campaign Secret Glva Away in The worst water is that of slack Did Aou drink first How very Oh dont talk dates olJest In the campaign of 1884 the two candi Â¬ Is win la a few mcmectJ whea takes aecertaff Â¬ borne from a funny little bubble of laughter The atresias and especially stagnant ponds I never acuooi Â¬ sound dates for Governor in a pivotal West Â¬ directions cure Cramps Spacm Soar Stoawek Heart She viewed him sternlv and could keep the absurd things in my -- Chicago Times a Pets me just now aanners all hcryoumsr sure of her merriment seemed to reas Â¬ rude with her ern State arranged for a series of joint burn Sick Headache Summer CepJttrlarrfc him dispelling any latent suspi carefully wiped the edges of the cup head man wUl allow Dyientery Colic Wind la the Batf asd all Iatarral said the old lady smiling Where the cream from the milk of discussions Both men were popular both Pains Aa Ma srood wife has monstrous sweet an cions he may have cherished concern-Â¬ before putting it to her lips Just look at this cUnning little grave several cows is churned together the of fine appearance and were so well TRAVELERS culinary ways her good a all covered with myrtle and pansies It cream pot should have its contents matched in mental force and as orators Its summery it awhiter days place to pass a few cold ing There arefaith hlls over there coffee1 nothing tothe steaming cup of must with them A few drop la water will some observed old man evas- stcksess have been a baby a sweet little stirred every time a fresh batch of that the contest between them promised to MET or pa from chasze at as - It twttor werone For several weeks thaa French Braadr or Bitters a vtlaialass magnificent waving his long thin hand toward the vely baby But here are some naughty cream is poured in This will cause the b ascales balanced evenly IScaldes Ive various cast Iron friendi in dif- - north the Malaria in Its Various Forms where we could go and eat Or a nce hot cup of tea How I weeds that are trying to choke out the cream to tereut parts o town There ripen evenly and more and But one day the brilliant Republican can Â¬ care is not a remedltl oeeat la ta wor4 tht wtH them and no one would catch us wish I had one she echoed That h always clad to iave me call whenever Fever and pretty flowers better butter will be obtained Albany didate came up ailing He seemed over- Â¬ aiu othcrferersAcne sed sll other MalrloSUlo aided by RadwaTHUe seqnlckaa Tconaft rtown- She loosed up at him gratefully When they finished their repast the She carefully uprooted the noxious Journal come and spoke labors dly The next day iiadway Beady Belief Price Bhi yesterday when mongst the samel un cta iekty xnac woum De spienaia she assent-Â¬ old lady rose a little unsteadily intruders and bent forward to decipher he was even less effective Later he was dragzisu rtertnnV m rn Mouse holes in walls and closets compelled to ask his opponent for a post- Â¬ 1 could nouflnd a slngl e one that seemed to ed cramped from her uncomfortable post- the lettering upon the stone Then should be filled with lime afterward ponement of certain appointments which ueacjiomei For some moments they strolled ure upon the ground She arranged she started wildly and around An whenl asked their whereabouts the aloug in silence then he broke the si- Â¬ the broken crockery npon he cupboard ner A low wal burst looked her lips plastered over with plaster of Paris was granted Before the campaign ended Resoivsnf answer wast think from had abandoned the field altogether IX youre a jror down that way youll find lence shelves dreamily smiling as she did so In that moment the burden of the for-Â¬ mixed with water It is a good plan heMeantime the Democratic candidate con- Â¬ np the brokea down coastltatiea pnriee tha to keep a paper of the latter in every em at the Risk I once read a capital book if I Thon she turned with a unsk and ener-Â¬ gotten years descended upon her seeming to grow Bands restoring health as4Tlsor Stittbyfeaggfeu house as it is useful in filling cracks tinued bis canvass more effective with biood bottle 3 asked what night the Lyceum foU would could only remember the name stronger cheerier and SI I getic air Dropping upon her knees she flung and in fact comes in in many other each succeeding week He was elected hold tkelr nest debate have - it Crusoe Robinson Cru Â¬ We must hurry now and get our her arm protectingly over the tiny Pills Dr Ive sometimes gone an helped m wield soe1 ways Toledo One evening in December while entertain- Â¬ house built Did you ever make one For rXSPI2PSIA and for the care of aSttw mound and laid her withered face Blade into household economy the cares of church an state t ing several gentlemen he said orders of tne Stomach Itrer Bowels ConstlgaHoa Precisely what I wa3 thinking An If protracted medias now was holdin It seems to me I didonce said among the blossoms you campaign secret I anywhere Flannel which has become yellow whichwill tell the a election With the Biliousness Piles Headache etc Trle JPt TE aoouc lntcrruptea nis companion the old man absently gave me My darling Mothers precious But it takes CI like to get my soul fed up with fresh ce DS BAD WAY CO 32 Warraa Street af pensively I could be Robinson Cru- Â¬ timbers and boards and nals aud a she cried lestiHllare Gone so long from these by age may be restored to whiteness by opening ot my campaign I began caring the use I knew that a Orwben the next churchsocial W4- theyd soe and you could be my man Friday saw empty arms When will I see ou ounces of a solut on of twenty rout for myliver meant dullness disordered or r and possible el ve a kno win wink of Marseilles soap in fifty torpid liver Skia nat wouldnt do at all rnoi Oh doar me laughed the amiable again my dearest And she mourned pounds of An say I blleve theres nothln now trans sickness I took something every day The Bed yowis savpar soft water to which is added When my opponent began failing knew Ybud make a pretty Crusoe i will be old ladyi Just hear him talk Why and sobbed in a tearless anguish pirln but the IMak a shoef cryoar I Crusoe and you shall be my man Fri- I can make the nicest house you ever Boy or 6trl taawtc The voce of the old man absently two third3 of an ounce of spirit of aqua his trouble to be his liver and felt like pre- Â¬ What Is this JRlnfcT I Innocent Inquired daystand the wear ard teai feared if I did saw out of stones and bride That is repeating some familiar words feil ammonia and the whole thoroughly scribing for him but grew stronger so he that nkiht at tea of eYerr dar acmes might beat me I a3th mixed Immerse the flannel you aaupt go said Isabel this very Oh The old lady who did not seem to be the way we girls always do in the upon her ear that Is made of stir two I e a t h e r taroBghoBt making campaign progressed AlKht with me of a combative turn relapsed into a school yard Just lay them in rows And God shall wipe away all tears around well then rinse in pure water speeches a day Even often voice to my aadoa conssoa seae An Sirs Stebblna she must go an skate my Ideas ut roar dealer Cfiicaqo Current ATI VtAonca hurt silence As they passed a 1 ttle for walls dont 3ou know etiifMJ oo s3ts3 AAJi lOUUiUUUWO fail vnAAna T nere with us too from their e es and there shall be no LU UtttUJU DU1 Ul IOC UiU erHeaHeriB Ky wife replied My dear Just please la- - fru t stand on Folsom street her face SCHOOL shoe If a farmer wants to apply last Warners safe cure kept me In A 1 trim Her aged companion busied himself more death neither sorrow norcryug wnen A uo fctowBeverrwbere ay lonataego brightened ing manure let him use coarsely crushed xlx iiovernor Jacob or Kentucky also industriously bringing her b ts of ne tuer snau mere do any more pain But you two the Trade Mark of the An so we went an saw precisely campaign We ought to have something else avlrcns there UHfe te ScfeeJSieie rock which she formed into intersectThe tears gushed in a sudden snower bones It will not however be nearly made acircumstancestour underhe kept up and says nkh which Jew sights Ive ever struck will she suggested We should grow tired ing chains upon the ground with here from her faaed blue eyes and over her so effective on the first crop and as the similarthe exhausting strain by use of the found ob tha bottom anyways eompate of each pair Koa finer division by dissolving in o 1 of under means Bocliester Union of nuts and there a break between When wrinkled cheeks once round and fresh same eeanlae wltncatgj It seems a good s zed meetln house had vitrol helps the land for two or three 3r Ask also for the Her comrade looked gloomy Wish they paused to rest she proudly desig Â¬ with the bloom of youth jciven ap Ha pews y HENDERSON S25C ji My graves my graves if they years it will be generally preferred Wht did the porcupine How much did hadJh ought of that Havent got an- Â¬ nated the boundaries of the parlor tEr4b WGaANS GOATBUTTOH The church an pa tor had resigned from was the rabbit spiritual blues sitting room dining room and kitchen would only let mo have my graves The nimble sixpence is as much better the armadillo Whateater itPhiladelphia Stitched with SUk other cent he added plaintively soMd xaaeoniyor An several acres of the floor was made a Oh I have plenty of change They would not let me come she than the slow shilling in manures as in Whv did the ant I al Â¬ which she had constructed ILHEROEBSOX C01reBtd1SeSSSe skatin ground Call N Herald Now you can go in the parlor and moaned They feared the memor es anything Where folks of every size an shape went ways carry my purse in my reticule Writifcr a Set nf our Fancy Sckoot Cards Soft molasses gingerbread One fkippln round an round Especially to Women down and I shall stay in the sit they would call back would be too An In the midst a big brass band was help- - the old lady remarked and from the st Sweet is revenge especially to women depths of the large embroidered bag ting room and knit and she brought much for my old heart It is many a and one half cups of molasses one cup Jn on the fun folf nt said the gifted but naughty Lord Byron GANGER of Llhe TONGUE Ah everything was gay as sixteen weddlns which hung upon her arm she drew forth her work from the capacious ret -- long year since 1 have seen them The nf hfiof shnrtpninir nr Hutfor joined In one But there How many tines young and strong have little thought each two cups of sour milk one half Surely he was in bad humor when he wrote forth a i ttle beaded purse within cule such words But there are complaints that A Cass Resembling Thai ef General GrzuL Vve seen small Insects crary like go clrclln whose glittering meshes the gleam of will I have to tell you not to walk over beyona the busy active world in which cup ot brown sugar and two teaspoons only women suffer that are carrying num titrousrh the air silver could be discerned the walls but come through the doors thev live But the heart of old ago is of saleratus Have ready in pan two bers of them down to early graves There Some tea years ago bad a scrofulous sore oa An wondered If they thought some time I bt Youve gone out over the buried in the tomb and the mind lives or three cups of flour with sugar a lit- is hope for those who suffer no matter how right band and with the old time treatment It healed uive me ten cents wortn or or- Â¬ There heyd may be get somewhere tle ginger and cinnamon and when you sorely or severely in Dr R V Pierces up n Marchin lSS2it broke out in my throat and i vTseen a million river bugs go soootin anges ten cents worth of grapes and walls and now you are coming through only in memories of the past through Favorite Prescription inact- Â¬ concentrated cancer eatins and np to my cheeX to Safe Toaud an round a dollars worth of pepper mint drops a window Oh dear oh dear ibe left Her tone had passed from passion- Â¬ have boiled up the molasses butter ion it is a blessing especially in women tbe top of my left cheek bone my tongue was soeye to An wondered what twas all about or what subsisted on liquids and tar Stuff and nonsense she said smUingly to the young fel- Â¬ gone 1 Whats the ate protesting pa n to the voice of one and shortening pour it upon the in- and to men too for when women suffer I I could not tali Oa October nrst ISS4 thecom Â¬ theyd lost or found eat menced taldns Swlfta Specific la a month Ha men an women boys an girls upon a low who came forward to wait upon difference sunk in gentle reverie She touched gredients in the pan and stir well the household is askew retorted the old man iras- Â¬ ing places etopped and heallne commenced and tbo hard wood floor hei The boy made up the packages cibly fearful aperture In my chee has been closed and Thats right now Go to tho small mound with a caressing Then add the sour milk and salaratua All whlrlln round like folks possessed womaw and a fiddle are something nrmly knitted togetber A new under Up Is pro and flour enough to make it as thick with a repressed chuckle and looked bawling will you just like a s llv baud never saw before gressing and seems that nature Is supplying anew ac can as a cup cake Beat thoroughly so tonKne lean Tki when there curiously at the coins she tendered in girl tr266 derstandme Ittallccan that my friends foodreadUyuE My baby lies here she murmured and ajaia also eat solid An thon It all came back to me the things Mouseliold would refer to Hon-- John H- - Trayior State- Seaatcr Budget Im not crying and Im no sillier my beautiful dimpled laughing payment the most recent of whch 1 Id read an heard of this district and to DrT SBradneld of aG range A horseman says there fs a vast About the rinks an how their ways was bore the date of twent3r years before than you and the old lady bridled baby who would have been a strong Ga MBS MAKYI COXEB wicked an absurd Youner Men Bead This LaGrange Ga May 14 ISS5 The old couple left the thank you to behave vourself or man were he with me to day on earth deal too much oiling of harness Thai aud Id learned somewheredo Treatise on Blood and SSla Diseases mailed free thatiSkatln wasnt a wandered off in the dirccton storeTwin Tdgo of healthy thing to Ill straight home aud tell my Here mv two daughters were laid side is an operation which ought seldom te The Voltaic Bsit Co of Marshall Mich Tux Swirr Spxcma Co Drawsr S Atlaxa Gav 2fY157W23dSC- But there was Doctor Saddlebags his famly Peaks which loomed before them in She broke off suddenly and looked by side their fair faces full ot the be done When any harness has been offer to send their celebrated Electro-Voltai- c Appliances Belt and other Electric with him too had not about at And used and comes in sweaty it should bo on trial for 30 days to men young or old womanhood twasnt a Id heard thatfolks to seekproper place for the distance They old lady gone many vaguely questionng earth and sky in promise of a noble to the TMEYJGT06 S any mvjaio haJliaj ad blocks before the Christian exhibited startled there long grassy rubbed off with a soft moist sponge afflicted with nervous debility loss of vitalÂ¬ Tar 1000 REWARD ponting Old Deacon Perseverance Jinks flew past me signs of weariness There there dont get huffy Well mound with the tall white stone at its well filled with castile soap White ity and all kindred troubles Also forrheuÂ¬ eiexaiar di ur market macs like a streak ing tvt he added a brght thought head they placed my husbands body castile is preferable The depost of matismnenralgi a paralysisand many oth- Clover seal la OSS DXT m Â¬ play war attfco It is so far to the hills she murer diseases Complete restoration to health Then Sister Isbel Sunnyhopes put on a pair mured This is the battle of washed ashore from the wreck of the i sweat and dust upon the parts where vigorand manhood guaranteed No risk in- VICTOR There is a place pointing striking him o skates Ah the that accumulates should first be moist- Â¬ curred as 80 days trial is allowed Write DOUBLE to the east where there are no Bunker Hill You are the Tores and Vulcan twenty years ago An started off as If shed run through severhere I come with my cannon al different States Boom grief wfc once so bitter but Time has ened with water and removed with a thematoncefor illustrated pamphlet free huller houses Why not go there instead IDatraleirea nsssssBlPBSK ily goodness I how that gal showed upl 1 called free softened it and I can look forward bone horn or wooden blade Troxj Thats always the way with girls Boom lrXEWAR5T never did opine nTi 1 r fcTFBitfHw AT A school Journal advises Make the His gentle foe shuddered tEaat she could twist herself to look so They never stick to anything He I never now to soon rejoining the dear hearts Times school interesting Thats what the MACHINE CO Celai0- - ZaTitr Xbm- - guuiltiMi charmln an so fine who are awaiting me a of suspicion upon could play that War is too dreadful small boy tries to do to the best of his abil And then a fellow that she knew took hold darted keen look INTEGRITY OF WOMEN Perhaps you think Im not she said The burden of the forgotten years ty Burlington Free Fress Poor little Jimmy HaL her AJPUX JLT OXCE FOK AXJLGESiCT JFO o hands with her A sort o double crosswavs like an Such a pleasant tempered gay young had returned but after the first shock A Business Man Pronounces Them Morn lped oapable of taking care of myself LIFE An Offensive Breath her as it were Might get run over or lost or some-Â¬ lad he was but they brought him back had passed away the awakened memo- Â¬ Honest Correct and Attentive Than Is most distressing not onljrto the person Men Female Embezzlers Said to Be from the Mexican war with a bullet ries brought only peace and healing OF 2 used to skate an twas a sport of which I thing of the kind afflicted if he have any pride but to those By Ben Periey Poore Oftctal Biographer U Cott once was fond Unknown Characters No indeed returned the lady hole in his breast Deary me how effacing all knowledge of the days of with whom he comes in contact It is a gress ana Kev u n i many v u mhbs u y w Why I could write my autograph en TompSuch an idea never entered mixed up I am placidly Illustrated tcorJL Complete from the Do women embezzle That wasnt Jimmie weakness which had intervened delicate matter to speak of but it has cial and richlygrave Several years In preparatloa kins saw mill pond cradle to the Hale Of course to flip on runners that Is one my head The old man sat with his chin rest- Â¬ That was a brown bearded parted not only friends but lovers Bad Dont lus deceived by imitation Demand la enormous This quest on was recently put to one thing one mey saj-Ontflts75c As they passed along the streets those gallant man and J mmie why Jim- Â¬ ing in his hands The look of vacancy of tho heaviest dry goods merchants of j Kraath iriri pnrjiT rh urn in5nftrahlft Dr Agent Wanted ITtrBBAKBXonefree Addresg An movln round on casters Is c somewhat BKOTKEK8 gages Catarrh Remedy cures the worst promptly if at all who met them commented upon their mie is a boy and gave me the book the had vanished from his face and his different way PaVri 51 TV rurtaSClaclnHtI Okie- cases as thousands can testify But when the fun that fellow had came stately and venerable aspect eyes fastened upon the inscription on Buffalo who always employs women as Some teacher gave him on last prize day WiLHOFTSlEy EPi AMD ASUE 7QMJG flashln to my eye She smiled mistilv Â¬ the tall whte stone sought to arrest cashiers Some Eastern poetess asks the conun- Â¬ young acaln by George Ill old people go ng to see their grandchil I says- Tmonce A warranted cure foraS diseaaea Do women embezzle No they drum Oh where does beauty linger vveii dren and laden down with all sorts of more or die I skate saia ner companion lm some clew which eluded the clouded caused by malarial poisostsc of with which to gladden the patientof these reminiscences if war intellect She followed the direction dont I never knew a woman whe Our office hours are eight to six Fecks the blood such as Chius andPever A little boy a pair o skates to fit my boots goodies Sun remarked one More dont suit you how would you like to of his eyes little folks Fever and Ague Sua Pain IDumb soon found handled other peoples money to steal He had to put em on for me I weigh three probably ther great grandchildren Yes it was a worthy name San have a game of mumblepeg Chins Intermittent BemitteaC Orcanie weakness or loss of hundred pouDd Bilious andan other Fevers caused What Her curiosity was aroused Francisco never had a better citizen a cent I have employed women a power in eitaer sex however induced quoth the one aadressed and both An then 1 straightened up and says Look by malaria- - It Is also the safest cashiers for years They are quicker speedily and permanently curea enclose turned to follow with their eves the and her voice expressed warm interest nor Calif orn a a State Treasurer more here you younger ciiapa and beat cure for enlarged Spleen book of particulars at makinp change than men they de- Â¬ three letter stamps for Tou thiakyoure rnnnln someat past us aged and benevolent couple He drew from his honest and incorruptible Mumblepeg Fever Cafce General Debility Worlds Dispensary Medical Association aadPertodlc Neuralgia crTorSalebyaHDmcidsts older heads perhaps Ah yes I knew him well the old tect counterfeit money quicker they Buffalo S Y Passing tasteful homes surrounded pocket an old jack knife very loose in If this young lady here to me will trust m CHAS F KEELER PrOD Chicago IU awhile ner fate with large grounds and a wealth of the joints and opened one of the man responded sadlv He remained keep their accounts clearer and dont Til go around a dozen times an show you tasteful flowers they came to smaller blades Although we dont see Judge Lynch he XUtabUshed absorbed in srrave reflections for some wish to run the whole store as men do 1S how to skate houses whence the sound of childish First you place it across the palm moments Then he arose and began Never have I known of a single case ol must be hanging round somewhere Bos She was a nlcelsh plump young gal Id no- prattle with now and then an ar sto of your hand and toss it up over so to cull roses Irom the long branches embezzlement by women never have 1 ton Iranscnpc MANILLA ROOFING ticed quite awhile heard of one I can not say the same An she reached out her hands with most too crat c poneer raising its three storied The kn fe turned a somersault in the which ran riot along the paths and of men I have employed four young Pikes Toothache Drops cureinlmlnuteSc Seaerablea One leather forXOFS OCTSIslE Gltnni Sulphur Soap heals and beautifies 25c walls haughtly above its humble neigh- Â¬ air and the blade was deeply buried n embraced the gnarled trees He taste daughterly a smile and I5SIDEn men at different times as cashiers German Corm Reuovzii kills Corns Bunions WALLS durable CAKPETS and and But off we pushed with might an main ironsmaterial Catalogue wlthtestlmoalals and mistbors Leaving these far behind thev the ground He pulled it out with an fully arranged them in bunches asmo when all to once the wheels samples Free WIIFAYa CO Camden 2J- Tht u you place it on ily veiled beneath the silvery grasses One left me one was not quick enough Departed suddenly above an took aloncrmv reached at last a pont where the air of triumph mq The reason a woman is continually look- Â¬ heels street narrowed into a single wagon the back of the hand and toss it up whch grew in wild profusion through and the third robbed glass is ing JJy head assailed the floor as if twas tryin road wh ch disappeared over a This is the test mony of but one see in the as others because she wants to The knfe revoved anew in out the neglected spot Returning to small aga n see her herself to cet through where h had left his companion he business man of the many whose eviAn all the stars 1 ever saw arrived at once eminence beyond Toiling up this rise the a r but fell Hat upon its side in view Whenever one m sses its the oth- Â¬ presented them to her with a certain dence could be given proving the hon- Â¬ they found themselves in a broad de-Â¬ The Frazer Axle Greaae is the best in pressed tract sloping down to a small ers turn But Im just showing you courtly grace and somewhat pompous esty of women when handling the the world Sold everywhere Use it Twas slnglar as not quite unlike a Is ued by thotmnds or flirt elast iUsafidsTrrt I lay marsh on the west and securely cut now you know The one who beats air in curious contrast with his bowed money of other people The statement Experience is the cream of life but and Mecnasics on their best work Recdied s5 How many of the other folks was goln that off from observation save from distant gets all the marbles of others who have informed themNext time comes shoulders and tottering steps GOLD M sours with age Whitehall Times jlHtmnSDALLoadonSX Pioaocsctd notnjt ovSt same way Send card ofdealervho does keo I5C0J Madam I beg you will accept these selves on the subject is that women it often this and holdng the blade between They stumbled over me In one large ani houses on the hill beyond liwtth2Te2citi3ipfbr SAMPLE CAM rjj fail to pay their debts and even mated heap he essayed to flowers to beautify these sacred seldom rr afflicted with Sore Eyes use Dr Isaao RmCeflsatCcIGIciitffJlfca lO Isnt it lovely cried the old laly his finger and thumb in the a An formed a pile o legs an arms not far avaU of give it a dexterous flip r brt mounds I doubt if you have recog- Â¬ when they might they themselves hold Thompsons Eye Water Drujrrist3 sell it 25c in an ecstasy of delight from ten foot deep prefer to But after they had all climbed off In rather Her companion looked somewhat failing to make it describe the propi r nized me madam I am John A Mere- the bankrupt act liable for the debt Cooks are in danger of kitchen cold themselves legally fierce surprise 4 Stat Moaree Stx Chieajre dith former United States Senator It Pittsburgh Chroniclelay there like a saw log still conslderin contemptuously about the barren curve the sharp blade descendei upn I howo rise While the newspapers are full ol ground on which they stood and at the his hand cutting a deep gash iu tin can never be said that John A Mere No said the pork butcher I am not BAND CATALOGUE palm He made light of the in urv d th was delic ent in a proper courtesy jvicked embezzlements of bank presifor IMS HO psa 300 cacnrtafil Then dignified I rose with hands uponmv geese waddling through the mud flat and endeavored to staunch tiie bio dents running away w th fortunes in tho hnbit of swearing but when that cflMtraatnU SuJU Cp Selu8 to the gentler sex either in the days below boy came in and stole a string of sausages ample waist Pamposi Epcubt Cip Lanfa homes impoverishing fam An then sat down again with large and very SUad Dm a Mar SU ud Not much chance to scrape a living withliisred silk handkerchief But hi of hs pr me when he w elded the scep- wrecking nrinrr rnrmtn tinns iirrafTio K ium uus fcuuc aviV l oc ioah lliti Saairr Bai OatiiU Kradrinr painful haste he responded unless I might companion greatly distressed hurr- d ter of political power or when he has IllllfJIL 11 jMtiU 3L0 fatlodtt hutractten ul Uaiw Tiikviic 44UV4 inininfir themselves An rose again and started off to find a place here lUUJ onn UliilUl him down to the shallow brooklet and reached the era of feeble old age and inrcim ior Ansairar tuna m perhaps fetch one of those ganders to rest uocm 01 csotf exna muia sauoX The agricultural papers are printed on Then on my gentle stomach stood an tore with a stone after bathing the wound in the two the world whch once did him homage while trusted men are robbing publk Hoe presses my meetin vest institutions gambling and stealing Surely you wouldnt do anything stream wound her own handkerchief has forgotten him When Sister Sunnyhopes Blld up as trim as R U AWARE As they turned to go she cast one caring not whom they rob wrong oi so cruel she cried graspim hs arm tenderly about the hand trim eonld be What toe is it that annoys a man iore THAT An she an her voting fellow took compas- and shaking it With a sullen grace Stand ng there she turned and lovng glance back toward the neglect- Â¬ ruin women are seldom guilty of such than any other and yet never has a corn cnarge o me Lorillards Clipy Plug sionate Why dont on A he loosed his hold upon the stone he looking off to the southeast e ped ed graves At the gate he offered her dishonesty or crimes is that women are youit giv mosquito of course Philadelphia belief one us a hard The general bearing a r ed tin tag teat Lorillania wh te shafts gleaming amd a setting his arm with an ar of gentle breeding Then after Id jrot off the skates an flung had picked up SoseXeaf flnecus that LorUlaxds nf em out o reach V uuavo of green she leaned heavily upon it for hei linnncf Vot in tho fo y y flioca foof Press Navy Clipping and that LorlUards SaaJTaar Lets begin eating he said I rose while all grew hushed an still an the best and cheapest quality consldsred and the almost universal belief in the i TIZ bills of fare for I declare Theres a graveyard old feet had not traveled so far for eagerly AS we daily print made the followln speech Aly friends Ive struck a small Idea an Let us go and see it 1 love grave many a year and she was faint and honesty women are not trusted m three of the Watch HiI1 hoteisour A 3IONTII AXB That wouldnt be nice at all We C AGENTS foranSTT BOARD TO Men refuse tc compositors are enabled to live like epi bnsiness way by men struck It pretty square and complete cried the old lady weary fix our house first and our tables yards don t you a hici pbyslclly an morally will some at-- must excitedly The policeman who was idly leaning lend them money to start in busness cures in their minds tftonington Mirror tent on bear and our dishes Those who their balance can preserve are Pooh Dont care much about them against a lamp post outside nodded to invest in real estate or to help them Fudge Where you going to get all A pound party The young woman who The Worlds greatest soldier aad the thev1 ssfe here anv dav Xailea Girls always have such queer notions intelligently to a richly dressed woman savethe ir property upon whch those things is learnmS to play on the piano An those who cant 1 rather think had betmost honored citizen Low price JCapld tfaloa amount and which Â¬ Ss CO PMlsuIelpate Jrw X W ZEIGXJE who had just alighted from a carriage have paid a ter keep away returned the old man but he accomShe looked up at him triumphantly can only be secured by prompt payment The Chinese have a proverb that every Then I limped out with very strong unprece- and openng her reticule drew forth a panied her as she set eagerly off in the a block away and was approaching in of the remainder Women often find man who rules himself is a King Royal s m Aun 1 d permanent Her countenance direcfon of the cemetery Over the breathless haste dented pains number of odd bits of broken crockery if every not scarce employment and good ralarr Anhlred aborse at liberal rates to draw and glassware she had slyly picked up rough and stony ground they labored brightened as she perceived the dig it hard to secure even a small loan on blood is who rules herin America a Queen husband is selling Queen City- Skirt and home my remains good security Men as a rule prefer tc woman Ledger StoektncSBpporterSamps Chicago An lay abed three days while wife laughed from t me to time as they wandered ploading through clayey embankments n fied elderly couple who were coming say they oatfl t free Address Cincinnati hae not the means at hand and across nairow dtches Heach ng through the gate at an nursed me well through the streets Suspender Co Cincinnati O Some will prevaricate giving almost An used up all the arnica two drug stores A pipe organ The Tobacconists Ga Â¬ Well El za roam ng along Arent they beautiful See this level ground at last and they cam at calm interrogation said the old lady in any reason for refusing to lend rather zette The Judge had to sell streets and bv ways en 3Il8S Isbel Sunnyhopes said pretty flowered china and this with An SSLgw Palmtrs PUno Prm r are Wont you skate once more length to the old mission church quaint Mother mother You dont know than the correot one whle a few savA K 1arsons Carlyle Petersllea etc The revised Bible The one that is read H Shenrood teacher and Indispensable to an learn gilt stripe across I answered Sot while I remain on this ter manly enough to state the truth Inralnable to Philadelphia Call ers sarins time and labor of teacher worth manr Humph Thats not so bad he anoT ancient with its rude Moorsh how we have worried about you Why ing restrial shore We do not do business with times Its cost Price In boards 15 cesu post paid architecture and thick adobe walls d d you leave us so and where have JfiU Carleton in Harper Wttily commented with an air of mild ap-Â¬ But very few treat them as women What is the Address H K Pxucia JJua Doc New Yorlc City A coirrEMPORART asks They paused and gazed for a moment you been proval give between a man and a Madam interrupted the tall they do men andliving them a chance to difference the difference is very pitcher Now be a ood boy and make me a at the aged structure before entering striking AflSCn XJlabets BrlrXts Sbease a At times A TElANT EPISODE UnrUi all Kidueynd Urlsary Trouble make an honest the decrepit gate which led to the white haired old gentleman in rcvereut W little cupboard she urged At while I Why is this It is not that men con- The man may be full and the pitcher be Onto Where I-- Green Sprlnz Sadaalry-r Cooatr row as by J C 3 We have been vis tins the tones old am getting the dshes ready and burying ground of thehad mission Asst- - Write for prtfca3 jr is because empty Norristoutn Herald aaraer sider them dishonest It Â¬ A policeman who been stand- grave of our departed friends Your How Two Aged Children Enjoyed drawnj from her pocket a snowy hand Â¬ Some girls tis said when asked to wed they have no confidence in the business Ateata Wasted 99 best A ft ft kerchief she began to polish them vig Â¬ ing in the shadow of the church and mother is fatigued from her walk Al- Â¬ capacity or women or in their juagmeni v ill murmur Tc papa go a Day of liberty nllsemnKarticleslnthe world laasapierXS J ff VJsUJU A atOVTJtBBONSON Dzzxorx 2UC2 closely following ther movements low me to call your carriage orously Addres JAT The otlicer anticipated his movement The old man strolled about and drew from his pocket a copy of the t v IUO vii iuw tuav Treated aad cured wtthoat the knife She talked leisurely along Sixteenth found a few broken planks which he afternoon paper and re read the fol- Â¬ As thev stood waiting on the sidewalk OUUIO 1UCU UllUi in a woman to engage Book on treatment sent free Adaresa is not becommg The inhabitants of Burmah worship FLPOSDMD- - Aurora KaaCaIU the younger woman looked from one street In San Francisco one mornn converted into shelves separated from lowing notices of brass How they would get old face to the other with most eyes in business outside of home however idols made AG1SD PEOPLK LOST last May a very stately looking old each other by fragments of brcks and needy she maybe Hundreds of wealthy down on their knees if only an American EDUCATIONAL stones As he completed his task his A gentleman residing at lc87 Howard and tremulous inqu ry The old man men will give and give liberally to commercial traveler were to get around lady with silvery curls about her face companion called saw her look and interpreted it aright their way iV Y un street has reported to COLLEGE OF LAW CTiIcara Tfl Th out homes for women who have U5I0X September ZL For circular Upon her head she wore a widows cap aged eighty two childish Yes my dear he repl ed It establish secure homes for themselves Do come here and see what a sweet latnerearly this forenoon and an errand left if TiiXYriL Cfeteaco Ill- home ou failed to to Pa said a little oy wnat is an ao ad dress fhaped like a coronet and her full flat rock I have found for a table the market near by and has not since re sometimes pleases the hanJ of T me to I cant exDlain it would have ena- solute monarchy r here a era black dress fell in soft folds about her Well eat right now and build the turned Information lea Ung to the discov weave mists abo it worn and weary Yet if a few hundred it ery of his whereabouts will be thankfully bra ns But in Gods good time the bled them to provide for themselves my son so that you can comprehend and TELECRAPHYjKS 77 BilMWSi my son An old gentleman bowed and decrepit hou5e afterward received thee good men would not have loaned Walt until you get married Independent furnished Writ Yjuryrnrji Bzo JaaerriBc WH Newman With tremulous eagerness they mar- Â¬ An aged lady Is also reported lost from her 1 ght returns never agan to wane un them the small annuity because they then youll know s bald head covered wth a black tj JLKK E residence 1793 Folsom stret t She was at td replaced wth the gtorous beacon 10441 The tired In a plain black bombazine and car of Eternty -believed they- did not understand busiskull cap watched her with deep in Â¬ shaled out their comestibles Flora Haines Appowji in ness The greatest kndness and modbits of glass and chna In her band an terest as she approached from his post broken with dissected oranges were ried with black ribbon embroidered reticnle urrenl heaped and tied est act is to help the needy to help en the steps of the S xtetfuth Street grapes plucked from the stem A iit Guess Ill go across the street aud Willis Boyd Allen told a Bostcr themselves If women do not under-Â¬ Ue pink and white pyramid of candy telephone down to the central station Market audience of a who sprin-kli-stand business how are they to over- Â¬ foi Chancing to look up she caught his ornamented the center and about it soliloquized the officer KAGAN3 liquor on the sidewalk in front of come this deficiency if prevented by they arranged some sprays ot wild Meanwh le the s ngular pair pursued his dram shop for the purpose of such circumstances from acquir ng the eye A singular understand ngseemed to be at once established between them lupine A liberal allowanco of pea-- their way along the tanjlcd paths tempt ug the appetite through the proper knowledge With honest prin- Â¬ which intersected the old cemctori- sense of t raell of some poor ciples and proper opportunities sup- Â¬ He beckoned to her mvsteriouslv and UL-- Tho nlrf imnfioman a A strange hush reigned throughout the Many a cepted the statement as victim mere plied with some means and trusted by a looking cant onsly about to see that he banquet with the careless gusto of a place Here and there a startled bird is a secret aid to beauty embellishment of a fictitious lale but a the public they can not fail to become was not observed bent down and whis- - greedy Tjoy while the old lady ate in a llev from its nest cty mi sJonary who was present cor- Â¬ as trusted in business and as proficient Mustang Liniment is older than Many a lady owes her fresh Â¬ per confidently in her ear dainty fastidious way They had not We might play Tie and seek roborated it Another active temper bread winners as their brothers Give Savi do you lke peanuts most men and used more and progressed far before she gave a little among the stones su gosted the old aicn worker rela ed how carefully it is them an opportunity tc become self ness to it who would rather Thc-a-ladvs dycs beamed shocked exclamation man artlessly gentcal pauÂ¬ neetsarv ta truard tanks in wh oh icr supporting rather than more very year cant telL not tell and Ji kt liit ml I ust love them Mercy We havent any napkias ne oltt lady looked at him severely L water is kept in places for reformat pers Save them this terrible humilia Â¬ -- Glad Aga n he gve an awpr hens ye of it I despise napkins re- - You must be a very wicked boy to men lest whisky be pom ed in gurrep tion added to their other trials Pitts tbink of ano thing Let as walk j utioufily Jtoston Journal turgh Commercial Gaseltz Hazel Geem Herald - rviaMa -- -- MfB Pter bur wUch hft had artfnttw viewed him with a delicate air of wonÂ¬ wuwcweu Dneata nis com der Look here he said triumphantly Joshtia is just so my brother Josh Ever see so many in your life Qa You dont know what a smajt She gave a little cry of delight boy he is for figures Dear me I am Oh where did you get them thirsty j Hush dont speak so loud Some The old man rose with alacrity onem ghthesras He had lowered Give me that broken cup he sad his own voce to a whisper again There is a little spring around here The old folks sent me to get some wnere the water trickles from the meat for dinner Seyentv fiva cents rocks And I spent it all for peanuts When he returned he wiped his lips - c-- Ri KiK READY RELIEF eJa i5lik Â¬ i Sarsapariilian Radwaya - - -- SshsoHitm It Â¬ Â¬ it w irvT--f7HrnTMf- yfJMffy I -- va t t j it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t I - Â¬ Slafme - ma AsBmy flSsssssr JLlBssssssssssm Â¬ Â¬ BSisstlBsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssffi -- GEN GRANT Â¬ - -- I FAYS Â¬ Â¬ zL Â¬ saw-lc-the- re IF PAGES LIQUID GLUE M Â¬ I Â¬ rr Â¬ -- i - Â¬ m Lyon Healy Â¬ 1 -- 1 1 Â¬ j v - t I I j Â¬ last ufeof gPyl Â¬ GRANT - v Â¬ i Â¬ - Â¬ r era fr c J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ aloon-keeper d ri 3s oirH - Man and Beast Magnolia Balm i n