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doubt Hazel Greeat That files truthful cant imagine why his - in tbo counties of Welfe Monraa Powell MeHifoc 34s jMBm BreatfeltX Elliott EstllL Fleyd Pcnr race 4 KrVl tie lauer elovea belstr with newspaper or any kisd THE HEBALI BICH AKD TOOK is therefore Tte Km AtfTf rfUtoar MHIbh UJCarteni Now the folks who canafford it rush for coolness to the mountains aavectisers can reach more people by the toilers in aa a4 ejtiseffient la lis columns than by any Whilesoda fountains the city seekthe same at gtavH5gBg6 TryJCrSB becoavinced BVQEB 3BVEKr Wepkesday MonxrKa THE PLTUtBEUS ErVAU BV Now the druggists face i3 beaming as the nickels to him pass Nraer JMltor And he thinks there s fun In selling froth at half a dimeaglass 6DBSCIHPT10V KATES YS fL0C Year Do Copy Ose JWOHLBB ITS IK SEASOK AGAIK 60 4X Now the ereen encumber cometh for a sea Â¬ Jklarsyv b Trill be son brief to stay Jo t9books subscription AlTnrcentered upon And the doctors are preparing remedies for our unless accompanied by tho money ot dulge in other dissipations until all their money is spent When it is timg to leave they have nothing with which IVES YOUKG DEEAM Kow the youtli and gentle maiden who are to pay their board The- - Oaual go dreaming lores young dream oft vowing they will sendlhe cash by Think that life is naught but sunshine cara the next mail but it very rarely aiels and lemon cream comes SUMMER RHYMES PITH AND POINT SAM JONES JKavlvaMst tValM rs-mal- Did you ever really know a woman too busy to run to the parlor window to look at aneighbor with a new bon- Â¬ net Fall River Advance SPENCER COOPER tfti shirt Is Inside out PHOFCIOWAL Boston Courier JMKASH HOTEL BEATS AfTOrtEYjAT HAZEL GESEN EX LAW - A Veteran Clerkfs Experiences With Genteel Frauds Â¬ Will practice In Wolfe and adjoining- coun ties Collections will receive prompt atten tion - Well Filled Valise PATTERSON HAZELKIGKJ and Their Contents- Uostliuc Saggnge Out of Sack Windows The Expected- Check Dodge ATTORNEYS AT LAW MT STERLING KY Attorney at law street 1SgU1 W Jefferson -- SAMUEL McKEE TaUIATllXXy KT BBPractices in all the State Courts and special attention given to business of all kinds in the United States Courts t X PORTER L ACT ATTORNEY AT LAW 4 NOTABT PUBLIC AND F DEPOSITIONS Hazei Greek Kt J M Q0IXIAN c Lykixs QUiLLIX LYETNS EXAMINER j ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE ACENTS Camptox Ky Titles examined taxes paid for Collections v non-residen- ts specialty Real estate boupbtand sold on commission Vill prac Â¬ tice in Wolfe and adjoining counties DR R B GARDKER HYS4ClANfAltlflGttN 4 Hazei Greek Ky of Wolfe an Offers his services to the people adjoining- counties DR J M KASH ANB PHYSICIAN HA7ET SURGEON Greek Ky TcBders his professional services to the citi xens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Of0c6 at residence on Broadwav J B TATJIBEE M HAZEL CREEN KY SDBEQK AND jw 3D PHTSI9AN nififinw ACCODCHEHR e r Tenders his professional services to the peo--flof Wolfe and adjoining counties Offic at residence on Hazel Green Heights HOTELS BAY HOUSE HAZEL GREEN KY tD-S-CODSEY Proprietor Patronage Is respectfully sohcited from more especially the travelins pubUc First class accommodations and aatlsfaction guaranteed everybody XXfaRAIT PODSB HAZEL GREEN KT JOHN H PIER ATT Proprietor l3FTse table Is supplied with the est in the market an4 flrst ciass accommodation will be furnished fer man and beast MORGAN HOUSE TTEST LIBERTY KY JAMES H COLE Proprietor Patronage of the traveling public is re ppectfully solicited Table always suppled with the bestla the market Stable attached ASHLAND HOUSE Lexington near post office j Kentucky 11TESR EiMAlLE BUT CUSS H E BOSWELL S0S Proprietors CAMPTON HOUSE CAMPTOST ALEX KY J ASBURY Proprietor f The aible Is supplied with the choicest vi aads lathe market and the charges are rea aoaable Special inducements to CommerciaJ teurists Insure Your Property IK THE OLD SELLABLE Mi TTUch Mwm Gqim OF HAKTTOKD COKK in Eeliable Indemnity DalCheap lafcarance 2i Tfm Trid and Fir Tested THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST --OABBICajriTAEi The head clerk in one of our largo hotels leaned over his desk yesterday afternoon and pensively regarded a tall rather well dressed young man who had evidently just received a bluff The tall young man walked out of the frontdoor and disappeared up thestreet A sympathetic reporter approached the clerk and asked in his kindest tones what was the matter Oh nothingmuch just been euchred again by a dead beat thats all re-Â¬ plied the gentleman with a mournful s gh as he cast a savage glance at one of the colored porters who chanced to pass by The porter had done noth ing but the clerk did not feel well Teil me all about it said the svm pathetic reporter -- There was nothing unusual about it The case was a common one The man came here and took a room He staid four days and at the end of that time had no money with which to pay hs bilL We simply let him go and are come in out twelve dollars Oh yes he replied very calmly l suppose you hotel men have a I haveonly been iu the dining room hard time collecting the bills of all a few minutes your guests do 30U not was asked Did you register I do said I Yes We do returned the gentle- not believe that I saw your name on man emphatically and it keeps us con- Â¬ the book stantly on the lookout Even with the 2So I didnt he answered con- Â¬ greatest care every hotel keeper has to fusedly but I will as soon as I finish suffer some loss by dead beats A man m dinner can not always be sharp enough to You should have registered before checkmate their little plots you came up I returned It is a rule How many kinds of hotel dead in all hotels and suppose you come beats are there down now and do it There are many different kinds But you dont want me to leave The commonest is the man who en- Â¬ while I am half through with my din- Â¬ gages ooard and doesnt have the ner he exclaimed money to pay for it Usually a sleek Yes right now I said decidedly self possessed man walks up to the You must get up and go down to the desk and registers his name with a office flourish Ho has along with him a Well he arose from his chair left well filled valise or maybe a couple of the untasted dinner on the table and them He is shown to a room and a went with me down stairs but he ddnt porter carries up the baggage for him regster for he had not a eent of The man remains around the hotel for money He walked out of the front probably a week but one day he does door and has not been inside ths hotel not turn up for dinner He is also ab- Â¬ s nee sent at supper and we dont see anv- The speaker relapsed into a kind of thing more of him Finally we go up brown study as he finished the story to his room open the valises and find and a dreamy look of satisfaction crept them to contain nothng but a few old over his face At length he resumed as clothes and other things not worth follows more than twodollars The hotel of The wife of that same man tried to course has lost the bill as the man is beat us once Last winter a lady came gone and will never be seen again to the hotel and registered as Mrs Th s is the trck ottenest played and B The clerk on watch was not usually meets with success aware of her husbands financial stand- Â¬ There is another version of the bagÂ¬ ing and at once assigned her to a gage racket continued the clerk as room where she had her supper sent he took a seat in the office cha r and to her When I came on watch and squared himself for a good talk The saw the name on the reg ster I aked guest may really have with him articles about it and at once knew that of value wh ch would readdj bring we would not get anything for more than his bill amounts to What her board I went up to the he must do is to get that baggage out room and found her eating the supper of the house without the knowledge of wth an air of great content I spoke the clerks This is the way he man- Â¬ to her told her that I wa aware of ages On the day he wishes to leave her hubands inability to pav and did he brings down h s valises and leaves not think she wa doing riht to come them in the baggage room which is on to the hotel in that manner She loud- Â¬ the first floor convenient to the lobbv ly protested that she had no intent on This is done in the day time and ho of deceiving us that her husband w as tells the clerk on watch that he wishes to meet her there in two days and to have his baggage handy as he has would make things all r ght I argued important business to attend to and with her and she finallv packed up w 11 hardly get back in time to catch her things and went to the house of a the night train go ng out of the c ty friend in the city When the guest returns at midnight for I dont suppose that the members his valises another clerk who knows of the gentler sex practea hotel dead noth ng about the arrangement is on beatism do they watch The man simply walks to the Somet mes but their wiles are all check room peks up his valises and of one sort She emphatically aserts goes out The baggage boy knows no that she had no intention of deception better and the clerk very probably when time of payment comes bnt she doesnt see the man expected to receive a check from I have often heard of men let tin p- friends Through a delay in the mail their baggage out of a back window the check did not ome and she is by a long rope in order to keep it from most unfortunately left without funds bemg confiscated Is that trick ever She goes on to say that she had just played upon the clerks money enough to get here but the 2Jot often It requires a confeder-- check would have supplied her with ate outsde and then there is too much sufficient to pay the bll and reach the danger of being seen by some one city of her destination You cant ar-Â¬ passing On the whole it is not safe gue with a woman and we have to let a an inquisitive policeman might nab her go She It aves protesting that she the goods as soon as they touched the wdl send the monev by the first mail ground The trick has been tried on but the first mail corner and the money tis only two or three times About two does not years ago a fellow from St Louis reg Do the dead beats ever grow re- Â¬ istered here and four or five nights pentant and afterward send the after a porter saw h m gently lowering money a b g valise from a third story window That is all romance A dead beat I was notified and grasped the bar- - never does but a man who did not g asre as soon as it touched the ground reallv intend deception sometimes will When the msn found he was caught he Not long ago I noticed a man standing oOered to pay the bill if 1 would let by the water cooler and his face him go and say nothing about it I looked familiar to me I thought for a accepted the offer and have never seen moment and then remembered it was or heard ot the individual since a certain Dr A from the country We are beaten out of board by a who had beaten me out of a board bill great many men who dont intend any Â¬ ten years ago I walked up to him tapped him on the shoulder and siiid thing dishonest when they come here They are travÂ¬ How are you Doctor I am glad to the clerk continued eling through the country on business see you Are you ready to settle that and when they stop here conclude to little bill which you forgot to pav He go out with the boys and have a little wbox you went off before fun Thev run around drink and in Wisaed and looked confused I believe Â¬ Last Christmas a young man from Cincinnati stopped at our hotel Ho is the son ofta well known Judge m that city and he was determihed J to have plenty of fun while in Loivsville He was around the hotel for several days until he was finalh- - missed About the same time a gentleman who roomed next to the joung man complained that his valise filled with articles was missing and diligent search failed to reveal anything of it Suspic on at once fell upon the guest from Cincin- Â¬ nati Detective Bligh was called in and given the facts After a hunt of sev-Â¬ eral hours the missing man was found fast asleep in a bar room up town Ho could not tell anything about the va- Â¬ lise as he was too drunk to talk We brought him back and kept him until he was sober He then toldsthat all his money was gone and he had pawned his vajUoe for liquor When this gave out fis longing for more was so intense that he took hts fellow lodgers possessions and pawned them also for money with which to purchoso whisky The stolen valise was recov- Â¬ ered and returned to the owner and the 3oung man was allowed to go free but we did not receive a cent for his weeks board The reporter remarked that ho thought a man might easilv go up with a crowd into the dining room ecure a meal and no one would be the wser That is sometimes done was the reply but not often We usually know every man who is a guest in the house We may not be able to call his name but his face s familiar As the guests go up stairs we usually not ce them as they pass Then 1 make an occasional trip through the d ning room and if I sec an stranger there 1 watch him and soon ascertain whether or not he is a dead beat I will tell you an instance Some time ago there was a young man who was a traveling salesman for a Main street houe Tiie fellow was drink ng and gradually began to get down in the world He loafed around our hotel a good deal and was pretty familiar with the place One day while d nner was going on 1 concluded to take a stroll through the din ng room and see how things were getting along I hadnt passed half way across the room before 1 noticed tins fellow sitting at a table and the waiter was just taking dinner oft the tray for him He was surrounded by the dishes 1 walked urjjto him tapped him on the shoulder and said How do you do B Did you just A XetrspaperMaa Talk WiA Wkmr A Highly Moral Lecture on the Rev Sapiuel Jones the faous Foolishness of the Sterner Sex 1st arrive in the city yesterday mocRmr Papa Ethel you mustnt say 1 Mr Jones greeted our scribe witk a feearry naughty Ethel The Phenomenal SUllness of Mankind in hand shake rolling a qukt of tobacco Ta kis wont to papa Well but papa what shall I say when General and the Stupidity of Dyeing mouth at the same time In reply te a E mean 1 wont Life Their Hair In Partlcnlar question as to the class of people One of the most wonderful facts of Aboriginal Experiences bered among his conversions Mr Jones an- Â¬ the present age is the wav actors con- Â¬ swered that the number included lawyers oung American tinue to remain I notice with sincere regret that another tragedans untl they are past ninety New York gentleman has lost his life as a doctors editors and newspaper reporters Some people have an erroneous idea We have long wondered what lan Â¬ result of over indulgence In the hair dye continued Mr Jones that the newsfaper guage it was which the mule speaks so habit This habit is now sapping the life melt d ously and after much study we are forced to the conclnson that it is blood of many and sowing the seeds of death throughout our entire land Oil Cii Derrick The hair itself is uot improved by dyeing He You dont sing or play Then as an Indian is The Indian prior to dying She presume you write or paint Oh no Tin like the young men we Is disagreoble and annoying but after- Â¬ meet in soc etv I simply sit around ward he at once becomes docile and harmÂ¬ Harpers less The hair when dyed becomes rough and try to look intelligent and if colored a dead black is the gloomiest Bazar nwr the 2toted Saathera Its ui He-bra-- ic journal PRIVATEERS The Conditions Ship Uaj- - aiwUe Under Which Wan Trivate Â¬ A privateer is a vessel which belongs to a private owner but sails under a commission granted by a responsible Government and carrying author ty to the grantee to wage war according to the usages of naval warfare against the power specified in the comm ssion With the commission there arc issued instructions for the guidance of the holder and the Government may re- Â¬ quire the deposit of a certain sum or the delivery of a bond as security against the violat on of those instruc- Â¬ tions The Government may further withdraw the commiss on if it has been insured or 11 the instructions it con tains have been disregarded and when such commissions were wont to be is Â¬ sued Dy this country our law held that the owners of the vessels commissioned might also be held liable in damages for the consequences of such nuisance or disregard The war ships of neu- Â¬ tral powers are entitled to visit a priva- Â¬ teer and demand exhibition of her com- Â¬ mission in order that they may satisiy themselvesof itslegalit and the reason for this exception to the rule of tho in Â¬ ternational law which declares that vessels of war can not be vsited ob vioush is that a privateer does not bear a public character as a war ship does All these safeguards have been dcvis ed or at least all these usages have gradually become recognized by civilized nations with a view to the prevention of very obvious risks So long as naval discipline is exercised on board a sh p aid so long as her movement- tre realh t ontrolled by the State to which she belongs some se curty is atlorded that the laws of war as understood between the belligerent powers will lie observed But neither of these conditions has been fulfilled in the case of privateers The annals of the eighteenth century tell terrible tales of the excesses committed bj pri- Â¬ vateers on the high seas These ves- Â¬ sels ha ing got beyond the reach of any control whch the war ships of their own country could exercise over them and being manned often by des- Â¬ perate men spared nether life nor property and sometimes made but small discrimination between the ships of the enemy and those of the neutral Chambers Journal countries BEETHOVEN The Eccentricities of tho nistlnguislntl Composer A 3oung man wants to know if six dollars a week is sufiicent to marry on Cert a nly if the young lady has money enough to support the family A good many men many in this way Boston Transcript Prof Proctor si3s that at least 450ono meteors fall from the heavens and strike the earth ever hotr during the 3ear And 3et when a man goes home with a black eye and i damaged tile and tells his wife that he was struck by a meteor she will not beheve him ChiZaqo Times zr thunder for thunder always tore tim- Â¬ ber and lumber so badly lightning being satisfied with a small streak of damage Chicaqo Current There are some men who can not comprehend that very frequently in life the game is not worth the candle Ben That Jackson was one of them makes the tenth match you have struck What are 3011 looking for asked his room mate one evening as Ben was str king a match and lookmg under the 1 dropped a match and lam table tr3ing to find it replied Ben Texas Siftings Are checks fashonable now asked a highly dressed dude of his I ta lor as he looked over his goods dont believe they are sir was the reply for I havent seen any around latelv He looked so hard at the young man when he said it that it caused an absence in the shop very rap- Â¬ Burlington IJawkeie idly said old How are you to day Mrs Badger to Mr Simpson I heard you were ver3 sick and Ive brought ou some nice preserves That was Mr Simpson kind of 3ou replied gratefully but I am quite well thank vou I hope vou have not been put to Xot at all answered anv trouble Mrs Badger with honest sincerity Not at all I am onby sony that 3011 VY dont have need for them Graphic A Smple mnded farmrr near Ra rather have h s barn struck by lightning than by c ne said he would much THE SOTED EVANGELIST f 1 3ft Hi 1 1 S ft I know of You take a heavy mous tachp and after coloring it a crushed tom- Â¬ cat black hang it over a new set of white commercial teeth that were made for an- Â¬ other party and you have a picture which will make a horse leave his stall with pleasure Nothing looks more beautiful than sight men are beyond redemption but my work in the South proves the falsity of-- such a notion as I succeeded in the course of injr labors there in reclaiming a large number of pres3 representatives Do your converts as a rule freeze to the faith after once embracing ifc askei the reporter They do but occasionally a few fall back into their old haunts this beihgdue1 to improper nursing nursing do converts ra- What kind of quire w beautiful hairgrowing where it was planted by an All Wise Hand but nothing can be more pitiful than the picture of an old widower rising up out of his grave on the morning o resurrection day with a lot of London dyed second hand hair and a set of dollar store teedi in his hand I have made some experiments in the hair line and I find that I can let my grocery account run just as long without hair as I could with hair So that for the purposes of trade hair is not essential Let us go still farther and see how it Ls about matrimonial matters It is claimed by gray haired widowers especially and bachelors who were born a long time ago that gray hair or seldom hair is injurious to This depends matrimonial opportunities The new postal law is now in ef- Â¬ fect and an ounce letter can now bo sent for two cents This will enable a oung lad who is writing to a friend whom she has not seen for ten hours to ttll her all the news on two sheets of paper instead of filling one sheet so tull that half a column of the corre- Â¬ spondence runs over the margin and strikes out cris cros d agonally and otherwise- - over the Nor pages in order to save postage nstown Herald eat-a-corne- retl GOT EVEN A IVritllars Inhumanity The Mills of tho Gods Grind Slow In 1816 Beethoven began to keep - J house and asad kindof home he had He waslike a child in the hands of servants and landlords and rarely found himself at peace with either He coustanth changed his lodgings and seldom had time to get things settled in a house before it was necessary to move anain It was seldom that a servant staid more than a few weeks and the house frequently took care of itself His room was generalby a model of confusion Letters strewed the floor andtheremains of hslastmeal sketches of his music books and pictures cov-Â¬ Sometimes ered the chairs and table would be weeks before he could d s it cover a manuscript which he sorel He broke nearly everything needed he touched and sometimes upset the ink in the piano He loved to bathe aid frequentl would stand pouring water over his hands shouting his mu s c f any musical idea occurred he would rush to the table and note splashing the water it down the room over everything in Every day whatever the weather Beethoven took a long walk he had his favorite haunts around the c t3 and nearly all his musical ideas came to him in the woods or meadows amid the trees the rocks and the flowers He was never without a lit-Â¬ tle book in which he wrote down an3 thought which seized him and then at home the thought would grow into a song or a S3mphony He was quiet and rapt when at the piano but we are told that when con- Â¬ ducting an orchestra his movements were violent At the diminuendo he would graduahy crouch lower and lower till he dropped entirely out of sight rising slowly during the cres cendo when he would almost jump into the a r With his pupils he had the sweetest patience repeating a cor- Â¬ rection over and over again he wnnlH silwnvs fororivo n wrnncr nntn J T due woe to ine uniucsy pupu wno failed to give the right expression to a phrase or bar for this the master thought indicated a lack of soul and this he would not forgive Aqatha Tunis in St Nicholas Thera is a nh peddler in the city who drives a raw boned half dead horse before a rickety old wagon and he beats and abuses the equine m a manner to call forth the indignation of A dozen times a every pedestrian day some one threatens to punch thor peddlers head for h s cruelty and a dozen times the police have hauled However nobod felt thor- Â¬ h m up The oughly satisfied until 3esterday man was selling fish on Beaub en street and in jumping off his wagon he made a si p andfell in such a way that one leg was caught fast while his head hung at the horses heels The mills of the gods grind slow So This do the mills of an old horse an m il this sleepy humble patient and enduring old rawbones had been winking his le t eye and biding his The man time and now it had come had scarcely veiled murder before the old horse socked him one He was barefooted but he had lots of muscle After the first kick i his h nd legs he seemed to thoroughly enjoy it and he put em in hot and heavy He wanted to get both feet on the ped- Â¬ dlers head and stand there and medi- Â¬ tate but th s could not be accom- Â¬ plished In lieu of it he took a run of two blocks and put extra musclo into zine some of the kicks When the peddler was finally rescued the most of his hir had been worn oft on the ground ihe most of his head had been kicked off b3 the horse and his general appearance would have been a ticket of admission to any hos p tal m the couutry They laid him on the grass and threw water on him and when he could sit up a httle and re- Â¬ member what had occurred he rolled his eyes around on the ground and said of course upon who the victim is to be If sliejbe a young and skittish thing from the kindergarten who regards hair as a mark of success in life perhaps you are right 111 trving to improve on nature but if she be the kind to stand up and light for you in-Â¬ stead of with you a large assortment of damaged hair will not catch her I know that a man with live cents worth of hair may marry far above his station in life for I have tried it mysalf So the dangerous and foolish habit of wearing the publican v T hair that has been rifled from a foreign morgue is not excusable on the ground that TO HUMANITARIANS- we can not be properly loved if we are bald This ought to be equally true of the hair The Melancholr Yate of a Pet Cat Thatr that is gray People who have nice gray Wai Ielt Behind by the FamUy Whear They Went to the Country hair should remember those who part their s hair with a Turkish towel If 1 had gray lmir instead of a site for it as I now have 1 would spend my time largely combing it Instead ot blacking it Those wno Diacs their hair as a rule do not comb it as much as they should for fear of wearing oil the blacking Is it not singular that a man should prefer paralysis and black hair to health and handsome white hair Isnt it odd that a man who is old enough to know better should ehoose to be a piemature angel with dead black hair and a dab of hair dye on his nose when he really dont have to SECOND DAT The other day I saw an old party who had two long brindle triiles of hair pulled in front of his ears and colored On top he had no hair and behind hebad neglected to color it so that when he looked in the mirror and had his hat on he could fool himself lie certainly did not fool any- Â¬ body else I could not help thinking how he v ould look when Gabriel sounds his horn and the old gentleman begins to scrabble around for his hair dye and his hat so that he will OXE WEEIC look pretty before the judgment bar Wo should so live that 5000 years from now future generations will not stop to Dont he wear his own hair or that ask We should lead such of a total stranger lives that people will he sorry when we are gone and regret it for two or three days at least It is better to die bald headed and beloved than to live forever wearing coal black hair and surrounded by millions of people who assure us that we need not post- Â¬ pone our death on their acount Still there are men who do not care for all this TEX DAYS Neither do they care for healtii They would rather die a pretty paralytic than to live white haired and on the square We talk much of the folly and vanity of woman but when a man really becomes ambitious to be a star fool he shames all the female fools of his time into an early grave Bill Nue in Travelers Maga-Â¬ -s -- Snirituainursing When a convert onco grasps the truth he must be put through ar Siorough course of religious training ia order to prove to him the wisdom ot his m ove In nine cases out of ten the convert sticks provided as I said before he receives encouragement and religious instruction for some time after his change of life To what do you attribute your unpreee f dented success in revival workT 4Tn the first place the present year is an unusually good one for this kind of worfc The faith has risen like a mighty cyclone and left marks of its good work on all sides In the second place the people are becoming more alive to their relhrious wants and lose no opportunities in attending re- ligious instruction Dont you think Mr JoiiesT queried the scribe that your auditors are inasemi- frenzied condition when they acknowledge their conversion in tho revival-meetlntCertainly not They listen to the Word of God preached by His emissaryiaBdia obedience to the workings of their -c- pn-i science rise in the possession of newly-infuse- d faith and acknowledge their conver- sion thatbemgthe case inmli instances of SL Louis Be camp meeting conversions i 1 M i JA SELF PRESERVATION TWO WEEKS 1 -- j fftor OXE MONTH 4- - a Dots vhy Palways nound him so much und so hardt I knows he gets nnn XXI CH1UU w ilf UJX - jnlnrtA comes Detroit Free Press U XX1U vr IX An important Question that with two exceptions the month of February this year was the coldest Feb Â¬ ruary in that sect on for 100 years Hartford Post More than tin ee mllion American chromoshave been sold in Europe n uthe last five 3ears Chicago Ocean Professor Loomis of Yale states For some years past Mose Schauin see burg has been tr3ing to get rid of his Said this duffer My dear Ietu bo What that curious ball there can daughter Rebecca but not one of the Why its hornets I swear yonng Israelites owing to Moses embarrassed financial condition cares to lead her to the nuptial altar Not long since Mores eider brother Jacob Scuaumburg of San Antonio came over to Austin on a vsit at d one of the first thing he asked was For Heaven s sake Mose vy dont Repecca r v somepody For Heavens ak Sehacob re- Â¬ plied Moe vy dont somepody taarry Of yourself love tales care -- lexus Sittings dot Kepecca This umbrella will answer icr ma Â¬ --- SEqUIES CAT - -- y - s Picnic CfOc You first see feat the A tt 7- - Us- - klii 3 -- Si greased O ggj of course - 3X Then you put it iatKk esf Yes In an hour it wL fee haaJMaM iy -- browned on the td j But you havent a uaeAigie J t en5- - f S f -- f quence Almost aaytMsg delpnia Calu wBT -4 rts sBb kfedL y Ly a ii slW - J- - - il je ictJt jfei- - ta it tiJJiJjK ii J - j fjrjsjsr Sfc- - - c 25- - 5f HAXEL BBBT HERALD hi AeVaae COL INGERSOLL CONSOLES Â¬ m Better a Year Mays His mE BSBALDiVSK U1P It is not long since a lady of San Fran Â¬ Entered at ifee Haeel Green Peetoffice as cisco was suddenly overcome by a great crushing affliction that coming like a thunderbolt upon her for a time threatÂ¬ ened her life Her son and only child SS had gone on a short business journey exR ytetijr ww cas tuiut LrcHlatlea is c- pecting soon to return Sadden ami fa- Â¬ VU uxcxciui tal illness overtook him and a brief teleADVERTISING MEDIUM ST THE gram announced the dreadful tidings to sb f rates sr mill ii Aeautejcy cbmixed by others the heart broken mother afeet lMtlf tfcese newipapcaa e nut A lady friend who had sympathized Ml Wily 7 dHtrW mrjT ATT deeply with and vainly sought to console i wlta J i iJ JJLXyjLVJ3LJLIJL her informed CoL Jngerwm and begged him if possible to write something which might at least relieve in Editor the terrible apprehension a measure SPENCER COOPER as to the fate of her son under which she was suf- Â¬ fering The following is his letter which HAZEL CREEN KY as wul be seen by the subjoined grateful SEPT 39 1885 WEDNESDAY reply was in a measure effective It was only upon the representation that like ColIngersolls widely published remarks Democratic County Ticket at the funeral of his brother in Washing Â¬ 42eetia First aConday ia August 18SG ton some years ago these words might comfort other hearts which mourn For Conatv Judge the reporter succeeded in obtaining a SWAN GO copy for publication with the condition that the name of the recipient should Fer Coasty Attorney not be mentioned JOSEPH C LYKESS INGEBSOLlS LETTEE My Deab Madam Mrs C has Clerk JTorOaaty Court told me the sad story of your almost in- Â¬ DAVID HOGG finite sorrow I am not foolish enough to suppose that I can say or do anything For Sheriff to lessen your great grief your anguish G T CENTER for his loss but maybe I can say some- Â¬ thing to drive from your poor heart the Court Clerk 1t fiend of fear fear for him If there is - For CircuitELEINS WP f a God let us believe that He il good and few if He is good the good have nothing to For Assessor fear I have been told that your son was 1 W G W CRUEY kind and generous that he was filled with charity and sympathy Now we For Jailer know that in this world like begets like GEORGE TV DRAKE kindness produces kindness and good bears the fruit of joy belief is nothing For Sarveyor deeds are every things and if your son was kind he will naturally find kindness H BURNS EASH wherever he may be You would not in Â¬ For Coroner flict endless punishment upon your worst enemy Is God worse than you You PTELDEN COX could not bear to see a viper suffer forev-Â¬ er Is it possible that God will doom a For CeHatv School Superintendent kind and generous boy to everlasting JOHN 1L HOSE pain nothing can be more monstrously absurd and cruel The truth is that no Breathitt Announcements human being knows what is beyond the We are authorized to announce B 3L grave If nothing is known then it is not COMBS a candidate for the office of Survey honest ior anyone to pretend that he does or of Breathitt county subject to the action know If nothing is known then we can ef the Democratic party hope only for the good If there be a God your boy is no more in his power now than he was before his death no The flection of a constitutional con more than Why Tentaonoy the sovereignty or any oth- Â¬ should we you are at this moment death fear God more after er newplan does not take from the peo Â¬ than before Does the feeling of God ple the power of deciding whether any towards His people change the moment new constitution which may be proposed they die While we are alive we say God shall be adopted The main point is to us loves us when will He cease to love True love never changes I beg of placebefore the people for their consid- Â¬ you to throw away all fear Take coun eration such amendments to the existing sel of your own heart If God exists constitution as the intelligent men of the your own heart is the best revelation of Him and your heart never State may decide upon If the result of your Txy to endless couldAfter allsend no pain their discussions shall be distasteful to one knows The ministers know noth- Â¬ the masses they nave simply to go to the ing All the churches in the world know polls and vote against it Under the no more than the ants upon the anthills Bill of Rights as everybody will ad Creeds are good for nothing except to break the hearts of the loving Let us mit the people have the right at any have courage Under the seven hued time to Adopt any form of constitution arch of hope let the dead sleep I do which may please them If a new con not pretend to know but I do know that others do stitution could be suggested by the edit-Â¬ somethingnot know I wish I could say to put a star in your night of ors of the State or by the Legislature grief and if an unbeliever has such a and this should be acceptable to the voÂ¬ wish surely an infinitely good being has ters there is no reason why the latter never made a soul to be the food of pain abosld not adopt it A convention of through countless years Sincerely Yours the ablest men in the State however R G Inqeksoll urill be better qualified than either the HER ItEPLY editors or the legislators to suggest the Dear Col Ingersoll I found your at my seeded amendments in the best shape letter inclosed in one from door on my way to this hotel to see a and it is paly to secure such a conven Â¬ friend I broke the seal here and through tion that the sovereignty plan has been blinding tears letting it fall from my suggested hands between each sentence to sob my heart out read it The first peace I have since known real In our local columns to day will be has come topeacenow the terrible blow me I will not found 39 account of a shooting affair on doubt the existence of aWhile I feel that God Pitaen Creek in Breathitt county which I can rest my grief stricken heart on His will probably result in the loss of a life goodness and mercy and you have help- Â¬ and all caused by the use of intoxicating ed me to do this Why you have helped Â¬ me an liquors When will our people realize ing to believe in basall merciful and lovCreator who gathered I will try the fact that so long as we tolerate the to believe my poor little boy my kind anufacture and sale of intoxicating kind large hearted child into his tender beverages trouble riot and murder will and sheltering arms There is a genume up be rife in our land As long as the good ine ring in your words that lifts so filled Your belief so clear and logical citizens raise apples to be distilled into with common sense corresponds so far brandy aftd corn to be converted into back as I can remember with my own ideas and I was the child whisky just so long will bloodshed and matter-of-taof good and praying parents and my Â¬ desolation be abroad in our land Theregreat wondering eyes questioned silently fore it behooves every good citizen who when they talked to me my strange ways has the good of his country at heart to while I tried to be good caused them put bis shoulder to the wheel and turn Â¬ often great anxiety and many a pang I am ing neither to the right nor to the left God forgivetalking writing while other all around me a are bat moving steadily forward push on Â¬ ine to thank you from the bottom just of my ward till every vestige of this terrible heart for the comfort you have given me curse is consigned to the shades of ever Â¬ to day You great good man I see the traces of tears all over your letter and I lasting oblivion could clasp your hand and bless you for this comfort you have given my poor The democratic State ticket in New heart York as completed Friday at Saratoga Lawlessness in Letch orr is as follows Governor David B Hill Courier Journal London Ky Sept 22 Mr N W Lieutenant Governor Roswell P Flower Secretary of State Frederick Cook Con- Â¬ Reynolds of Letcher county arrived in London this afternoon and brings the troller A A Chapin Attorney General news of another bloody encounter more Dennis OBrien Treasurer L J Fitzger Â¬ bloody in fact than all bloody difficulties ald Engineer and Surveyor Nathan that have occurred in that county here- Â¬ Sweet The platform congratulates the tofore reported between the Jones and Wright Ear country on the election and inauguration ly last factions of Letcher county seven Saturday morning about of Cleveland and indorses his Adminis miles above Wliitesburg Daugh Draughn tration It approves and indorses the deputy sheriff of Knott county together Administration of Gov Hill reaffirms as the declaration of the Democratic NaÂ¬ men his nis posse was in search of Wright crew consisting of eight or ten and tional Convention of 76 80 and 84 in men against all of whom Draughn had regard to the necessity of reforming the warrants without bail issued by Special civil service but condemns the actual Judge John Dishman at the last regular administration of the existing civil sejv term of the Letcher circuit court The Wrights partyone of whom is the famous vice laws as have been enacted by the reÂ¬ Wash Craft had been apprised of their publican party coming and lay in ambush until the deputy sheriff and posse had gotten with- Â¬ in a few yards of them when they fired At Saratoga N Y on Sept 24 the republicans of the Empire State nomina- Â¬ into them with forty four caliber rifles Deputy SherifFDraughn Sam Cook and ted the following ticket Ira L DavenÂ¬ Sam Francis fell from their horses dead port for governor Joseph B Carr for Several othera are believed to be killed LjeutenantrGoveroor Anson S Wood as the battle was still raging when our a ior Secretary of State James W Wads informant left the parties nothing butall few yards apart About 20 men in worth for Comptroller Edward B Thom Â¬ were known to be in the fight each of as for Attorney General Charles Ulrich whom is as brave and courageous as ever for State Treasurer TVm P Tan Rens pulled a trigger alear for State Engineer In their platÂ¬ Winchester Democrat Sam Jones form the pray for provisions for the the great evalgelist is conducting a pro- Â¬ atreagthening of the civil service law tracted meeting at his home Carters si ior an increased protective tariff and viUe Ga On Sunday night his barn was blown up by dynamite supposed to ay that in aekisg appointments to of-Â¬ have been placed there by the whiskey fice the civil service law shall be recog men of that town on account of a severe jHaed to the extent that If on examina attack made on them by the evangelist struck tioa a soldier gets SO and dude stands On the same night a wind Btorm blew it his tent filled with people and 10 the soldier shall have the place down creating great consternation 1- a San Condolence Itier ofJjttdyf and HertoReply Fran cisco Â¬ GB Â¬ One Story Twice Tola Sentinel Democrat John H Evans THE JOHN SHILUTO COMPANY The Louisville Commercial of the 21st appointed postmaster at Hazel inst publishes a lengthy letter from An Â¬ has heenAnd now Johnnie we expect you Green Wholesale and Retail Dealers in drew Johnson of Bell county vindicating to so conduct yourself that you will honor himself of the charges made against him your father the good governor and also by J M Unthank in a letter to the that no harm may come to the democratic Courier Journal of May 19 The Com- Â¬ party through your negligence or miscon mercial in an editorial comment on the duct Mt Sterling Gazette John H Evans letter says As for the series of murders in Bell has been appointed postmaster at Hazel Green vice The an equally bad record can be shown at out with theII C Herndon esteemlatter goes good will and some period in the history of nearly every body in his section regardless of of everypolitics Kentucky county It is not more than a and with the plaudit Well done thou good dozen years since a deadly feud in the and faithful servant but he is a republican Race Seventh George Streets Court house at Harrodsburg the oldest and must so town in the State and one of the centers Sad Suicide O of our Bluegrass civilization ended as Beattyville Enterprise many lives without one of the murderers Aaron K Wooley being brought to justice More recently in this community in a lawyer well known connection with the 70 violent deaths have occurred in Madi- Â¬ WicklifTe orPrcston land suits took his own son within a very few yeare and this is life probably by morphiue in the Windsor another county which boasts of its supe-Â¬ Hotel at Cincinnati on the night of the lGth DEALERS IX- riority Can it be said that Bell is worse inst The coroner found in his room among other than these simply because the bloodshed mans things an envelope with the dead Aaron Woolev there has been more recent Or that it at law address ville Ky K In a letterattorney Beatt3 10 is worse because the families in the one for his sister he said he was of no he left use to case were blue blooded and in the other himself and had better be out of the world obscure so far as the rest of the State is He seems to have been utterly wearied with concerned It is impossible at this dis- Â¬ life and to have left the troubles of this tance to say whether Andrew Johnson world calmly satisfied they were less than those W or his enemies were most to blame What Â¬ grave in the dark uncertainty beyond the ever of blame now exists must rest upon Hazwl Green Academy the people of the county if they fail to O Mt Sterling Gazette enforce the penalty for murder so far as We were shown last week by Mr J A it is deserved or upon the higher author-Â¬ Bassett the architect POLLARD ities of the State in case the county au-Â¬ a school building to of this city a plan of 6 H DEAN KITE be at Hazel thorities are remiss But whether the Green The foundation is erected built and already people of any other section may arrogate the house will be finished this fall The Importers and Jobbers to themselves more virtues than they ac- Â¬ house will be two stories high with recitacord to the people of Bell and we may tion rooms musie rooms cloak rooms and IN include Rowan and Letcher and Breath- Â¬ every necessary convenience and will be a better itt is another question The truth may in Mt structure than anything we now have Sterling The be found to be that the natural advan- Â¬ should hang their headspeople of this city in shame Here is tages which result from one class having a little mountain town forty miles from this rich lands and facilities for cheap travel place with enterprise and vim enough to while the other has an unresponsive soil put up a handsome school building while and must remain in the narrow limits of we peg along in the same old rut N W cor Pearl and Walnut the mountain confines do most of all to Sentinel Democrat The Southern make the one people differ from the oth- Â¬ Methodist Church of this place is now a er Crime sometimes goes unpunished station and will be open every Lords O in Louisville and in Piucville the officers day morning and night The pastor has no of the law may neglect their duty in the other charge This change indicates growth ROGKEES Bluegrass and the mountains The peo-Â¬ and enlarged liberality Three years ago it required three congregations to maintain a ple are much the same throughout the pastor here now one does the work Every WITH State and all alike must mend their ways sign points to an increased and permanent before the condition of society approach- Â¬ prosperity The salary of Mr Deeriug was es a millenium fized at 1000 in addition to the free use of There is needed no such special legis- Â¬ his dwelling Mr Deeriug consenting to a lation for the poorer or the lawless reduction or 200 in his claim rather than IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF counties as has been suggested Legisla- burden the new enterprise He is very hopeflattering outlook tion cannot make the people more moral ful and reportsa a meeting soon to beHe has held for more wise or more wealthy But the arranged assistance of two very popular ana Dry with the Legislature can improve the land title able ministers laws so that immigrants and capitalists Third Race and Mt Sterling Gazette Speucer Cooper will not be debarred from eastern Ken-Â¬ can arrange that the money editor of The Hazel Gkeex Herald tucky Union Streets now wasted in some school districts shall passed though the city yesterday on his his paper way to Cincinnati CINCINNATI O be added to the fund in the districts His paper is a goodto solicit for medium esadvertising desired and it pecially to reach the mountain trade and where schools are really HATS CAPS GL0 YES might encourage the building of better we would recommend it as such roads with the use of the convicts so Bourbon News We print no papers as to encourage travel If to these feat- Â¬ S Co ures were added the assignment is Judges to give away neither old or new JPaper and type setting costs money same as othto districts remote from their homes so ink merchandise The Old Eeliable Vhenever we labor er as to prevent undue interferences with have free papersand this country you may in justice two important results would be look out for groceries dry goods and even reached These are a better acquaint- free preaching ance of the various sections with each Corner Pearl and Vine Cincinnati would other which would remove many of the here express their thanks for past favors to existing differences and a more whole-Â¬ all their old customers and still ask a consome regard for the laws tinuance of their trade President of the Great Special Legsslation Not Needed JT nftlMIMltlH DISJB F DAY KY Â¬ DRY GOODS HAZEL GREEN firrv in stock Â¬ CARPETING Cincinnati the LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF GENERAL MEKCHAN-IN EASTERN KENTUCKY Having the experience of EaaByyearsy la r Ke f we business we feel justified in asserting to the trade both Wholesale aad Sftfeui do can and will meet the wants of our patrons and make it to your laterest to us We have an immense stoek of everything you want or need laclndiBg lc patre lytle CO DRY GOODS NOTIONS CLOTHING Boots Shoes Hats Caps Drugs Groceries Leaf Tobacco Live Stock and all kinds Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods or in settlement of Notes and Acceaat3 J T F DAY seYour trade is respectfully solicited Oueensware Hardware Saddlery Cutlery J l ots 96 ifl She E B MAY C SWAKGO Pearl St SWANGO Dealers in General Merchandise MAY MAYTOWN KY Keep constantly on hand everything kept in a first clsss country 34ore not secure trade by inisrepresention but by fair and honest dealing CINCINNATI ne carry CJ We 3 Â¬ The Largest and Best Stock of Goods and sell for thLeast Money of any House in Town We have also connected with our business Queensware Glassware JP A First Class Steam Flouring and Saw Mill Eespectfully c and will guarantee satisfaction c MAY 5WANCO Cincinnati C B SWANGO - DEATrE IK Louis Stix Co GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY KEEPS CONSTANTLY OX HAND A FUIX ASSOETEENT OF Â¬ Â¬ Goods and Notions Staple and Fancy Dry jt Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- ies Stoves and Farming Implements Goods Ready made Clothing Â¬ In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOM PRICESI Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due me all kiads ef Country Produce and Live Stock of every description - W Dickinson Â¬ Â¬ HAT HOUSE JOHN W JONES DEALER IN W N HALDEMAN LOUISVILLE Tells What He Knows of Â¬ Wa ies Jewelry and - Our Timid Statesmen Louisville Commercial COURIER JOURNAL CO Â¬ ct 1 There can be no work done without a leader who is willing to risk something in its behalf Everybody adÂ¬ mits that the revenue laws need revision badly and suggestions of what the Leg- Â¬ islature should do are plentiful but no member is known to be at work prepar- Â¬ ing a new law The jury laws and the school laws and the convict laws all need remedving but some one bold enough to become identified with a definite amend- Â¬ ment to any one of them is yet to be heard of There is more than one able man in the State who could secure the holding of a constitutional convention by seriously devoting himself to this end But the average politician dares risk nothing in this way He fears that an original thought even though calculated to do good might excite envy or opposi- Â¬ tion and thus endanger his future polit-Â¬ ical success There is no statesmanship to be found among such fellows John Breckinridge never would have been the author of the Kentucky consti- Â¬ tution of 1799 had he feared to speak his sentiments boldly and to defend them against all opposition Indeed but for his firm course we might still have had the original constitution of 1792 Until there are more workers like Breckinridge we shall never have another constitution The same form of illustration can be used in relation to the principal statutes of the State It would seem that the adoption of a new measure of importance and ben- Â¬ efit to the State would be regarded by a young and vigorous politician as some- Â¬ thing to be proud of and worthy to be labored for A new constitution or au improved revenue law would be a fine monument to any mans work in the Legislature Instead our would be states- Â¬ men seem content to point to their suc- Â¬ cess in manipulating conventions and making still hunts over the State as the chief measure of their ability We do not have better laws in Ken- Â¬ tucky or a new constitution or more improvements because nobody as the courage to express views upon these matters and try to have them adopted We always keep a good stock and Uncle Jim Fant with his good looks will at all times be ready to wait upon you NO 10 jVIAIN STREET - MT STERLING KY mm 42 9 - WnTEBSMiTHS CHILL CURE many years the value of your remedy prompt ins nie to say in repiy to your request what I know The prirate assurances of its of your Chill Cure emcacy I had and the cood results of its effects I had observed on Mr R W Meredith who for more than fifteen years has been foreman of my office induced me to test it in my family The results The first case was nave been entirely satisfactory of two years standing in which I believe every nnorn remedy had been tried with temperary reÂ¬ lief the chills returning periodically and seemingly Your cure broke them at with increased severity once and there has been no recurrence of theta for more than six months The other case was of a milder form and yielded more readily to other remedies but the chills would return at intervals until your medicine was used since which tune now several months they have entirely disappeared From the opportunity I have had to judge Ido not hesitate to express mv belief that your Chill Cure is a valuable specific and performs all you promise Very respectfully for it W N HALDEMAN SMITH ALLISON Ornca of the Cousieb Jouxnal Locisnttx The type on which this papor Is printed Dr Wtnttrsmith foundry Editor Eebxlu Sir I waive x rule I hsre observed for the above TYP E 198 Tine 8tnets Cincinnati FRANKIilWT rOTTNT DItY Ohio CLOCKS FROil ONE 100 DOLT Alt UP One Day Clock strike Eight Day Clock and Album Eight Day Clock SOLID SILVER WATCHES Silver Tlated Spoons Particular attention paid to Repairing Call and sea my goods S Largest Stock of Clocks in Eastern Kentucky 0 3 7S-L- 375- - v t 109 la from JOHN W JONES Hazel Green Academy again secured the services of Prof K B HAYS and the third term will commence AUGUST 31ST 1885 and continue ten 10 months Hazel Green is the most desirable loca- Â¬ Sunday-- ESTABLISHED IN 1845 The Trustees of this institution have The Leading Insurance Agency OF MT STERLING WEBSTERS UNABRIDGED In Sheep Russia and Turkey Bindings tion in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky of Agency Total and noted for the advantages it has in 31000000 00 1S61 London and Lancashire 1835 Roval of Liverpool schools churches temperance societv 1836 Liverpool and London of Liverpool 92G00d 0 and health 4541240 0 and ilobe of England 36875000 00 1810 Hartfcrd of Hartford This school presents advantages whioh 1S09 North British Mercan- Â¬ 1849 Springfield ot Soringfield 2585633 CO are not equalled in the State in many par-Â¬ 33301000 00 1863 Firemens Funcf of Cali- Â¬ tile of England ticulars and its future is destined to work a 1794 Ins Co of North America fornia 1473026 00- good to our country which will be felt 971690 33 1S63 Northwestern NationaL 1154589 CO of Philadelphia Terms reasonable for both tuition and 1710 Sun Fire Officejof London 5663000 00 1750 Niagara of New York 1874035 00 board For terms c apply to 5383916 46 1865 Boatmans Pittsburg 411469 0 1782 Phenix of London Prof N B HAYS Principal Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful aad vell kaown corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental companies being dear at aay pries B The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their compaaies aa they would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds in trust Look to quality aa tie WITH A HOFFMAN paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully Assets V KY 148848780 80 E ROBERTS 1 Carter Bros WHOLESALE Co Office At Traders and Deposit Bank DAY BROTHERS FROZEN CREEK Breathitt County - Kentucky HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED the finest line in both qualitvand variety of B F McCoemick MODEL JX Cox- - r FLAMS MILL Dry Goods and Notions 729 731 and 733 John A Carter James G Carter DA Forline fMAIN STREET Jo 0 Bethel LOUISVILLE KY J G Carter Jr Mccormick Rough and Dressed SASH BUNDS co Unto Dun KY Manufacturers of and Dealers Ib 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 Tho Unabridged is now supplied at r small ditional cost with tENISOS ad- Â¬ The eroatest Improvement in book making that has been made in a hundred years Tho Cut gives but an incomplete idea of its utility PATENT REFERENCE INDEX THE STANDARD I H SMOCK WITH Davis Mallory Wholesale Dealers in Co Money Saved is Money Made Therefore be wise and place your money where it will do you the most good W WILL SELL YOU MORE GOODS FOR OND DOLLAR than anybody We mean all we say and ifyou are at all doubtful 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 mouth of 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 Akd all kinds of Bdildisg Material MT STERLING The Voltaic Belt Company of Mar- Â¬ shall Mich offer to send their celebrated Electro Voltaic Belt and other electric appliances on trial for thirty days to men young or old afflicted with nervous debility and all kindred troubles Also for rheumatism neuralgia paralysis and many other diseases Complete restora- Â¬ tion to health and vigor guaranteed No risk is incurred as thirty days trial is al- Â¬ lowed Write then at once for illus-Â¬ trated pamphlet free On last Thursday night four young men named J D Turner A V Scofield A Miles and T B Webber who live at Bagdad Ky were robbed while riding on a circus train from Frankfort to Bag Â¬ dad by seven employees of the circus and after being robbed of their money were forced by the robbers to jump off the train while it was running at the rate of 20 miles an hour All were badly hurt one will probably die Turner who was the only one able to travel followed the circus to Louisville and succeeded in having four of the party arrested Young Men Read This it hasllSOOOTVords fi Tm WebsterEnjrravinpj and a New JT T1 3000 IJiosrrunhical Dictionary f3 TF J k Webster is Standard Authority with tho TJ S Supremo Court Itcoom mended by the Stato Supts of Schools in CG States and by over CO Stindard in Govt Printing Offica 32000 copies in Public Schools Sale 20 to 1 of nnv other series fCr51aidtomakoaramlly intelligent Best help for SCHOLARS TEACnEKS and SCHOOLS DRY GOODS And Eancy Goods College Presidents Tho latest edition in the quantity of matter it contains is believed to bo the lnrjrest Tolume published It has 3000 more Words in its vocabulary than aro found in any other Am Dicty and nearly 3 times the number of Engravings 4A LIBRARY IN ITSELF Â¬ the best practical English Dictionary It isextant Ixmdun Quarterly lievietc It is an ever present and reliable school Herald master to tho whole family G C MERR1AM CO Pubrs Springfield Masa Principal begins Rev John J its sixth term August 4th 1885 Students can enter at any time Instrumental music is taught Board at very reasonable rates A Ltbrahy of 500 volumes recently donated by friends and the principals private libra- Â¬ ry free to students The schools past re- Â¬ cord is its best assurance for the future High Jackson Dickey School Excerpta Ed C Orear has decided to locate at Gone to Kansas Mt Sterling Gazette m Am w - Highest Honor Worlds Exposition o VBOKTSB Wellington Kansas and writes us to send This is the him the Gazette He says liveliest go ahead place I have ever seen according to size Town 14 years old popu Â¬ lation 7000 water works two daily and EDUCATION AWAEDEI3ofTO EW WRSMITH the COMMERCIALCOLLEBE Â¬ ie The President lias accepted the resig jmm of Ddtaaan B Eaton chairman of ike civil service commission to take ef NorewLer 1st Owing to continued ill health Hon W B Fleming of Louisville has reÂ¬ signed the Associate Justiceship of New Mexico to which he was recently apÂ¬ pointed by President Cleveland three weekly newspapers three banks three railroads c new court house cost 55000 paid for and the county out of debt I con- Â¬ We sider this a very fine opening for me regret to see Ed leave his old Kentucky home hut wish him abundant success in his new home We can Bay to the people of Wellington the ne is an energetic young lawyer of ability with plenty of vim and pluck and will he an honor to the bar of that place We trust they will receive him with open arms and assist him in his battle for farae and fortune Students can begin any week day during the rear Ha vacation Time to eoaopet tbt Full Diploma BaUaess Courts about 10 weeti Average total oost lncludlnj Tui 80 Telegraphy tion Bet ot Book mad Board in k smU Honography ol T750 Writing tpseUltln literary urcr 6000 Successful receired Course free ladles pupils MO jar truca U 45 revs at Graduate Ot Instruction tutpncticallr andtolodlrldaiUr Is mt from 12 Uii 10 teaebert cobim fcr Teachers and Bui SroU isMrtad ot bM Use University Diplona presented to its jradoatei Tuis beautiful dtr ii noted for lu ceakafslne aad toeUtr and ll oa leading railroad which receired the hignaet award at Ui The Text Book Worlds exposition for lu Kxteniirei3 Practical and Com used only at tils prahenxlTe mum of Buintu Education eadon College It fa tie eirpt CJIj wU the IxislDeas tn lu duerriaE rrada Ic nent and joaraateej rocce4prUccUrs address Fretident lu tax For otrcalan and full Lexington X7 WttSUE- 3 Kentucky University Lexington Ky f hiit - surra crepe leiss and muslin rauslia at 25 eeate a box Infants muslin bonaets 59 eeafap Corsets in great variety Plated Jewekr m pins and eardrops in seis from 1 a Laoe 715 and 717 West Main Street pins Mourning Jewelry ra sets from 5 eta up Collar buttons 30 to 50 cts is geld aad Between 7th and 8th silver Silver Rhine stoae conk 375 t Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats S00 Hair ornaments ia gold silver sfeell LOUISVILLE KY and iet Gold necklaces 3 to 6 eaefc Boots Shoes Hardware c Coral bracelets 25 cts per pr Xadie aad D B GREEN satchels 1 up All kiads ef karwrk No store in this section would be complete done to order WITH Braids aaade freat bohAhww- without having everything for the accom- Â¬ at 50 cts per ounce We sell braids- - bmJ HUFFAXER WHITE GREEN modation of the people hence we carry from lone even hair at 53 to rmrsVE Wholesale Dealers in 10 Orders mail te Fancy Groceries Cor Church hvUiprpromntlr aftteadedKT Staple and IbEtXGTOX 7 in such abundance and variety including 615 West Main Street R Ij White fm flour meal bacon salt coffee sugar c J B Green LOUISVILLE KY that we can sell them very cheap or will ex- Â¬ J A Hufiaker J Valuable Fam for Salt I change with you for country produce EO E TUCK Those Owing Us Must Pay Us I offer for sale the farm kaewa as tha TVITH and well have no monkeying about the Holderby place CO BLOOM GOLDSMITH TACHAU matter Respectfully c Containing Acr June 1 18S5 DAY BROS Manufacturers Jobbers of Clothing lying sOes below Hwirl Green on the state road This farsa bas W T CASKEY H F PIERATT 042 and 644 Main St LOUISVILLE KY it 73 and 75 Wooster St NEW YORK A Cood 2 Story Fram wtHngt containing 5 rooms besides Idtobea VAUGHN S S COMBS J ine room There k a rood well ef Wholesale and Eetail ter and fine springs which yield a COMBS dance of pure stock water a erefcard Go bearing apple trees ef assorted wiaear DEALERS IK aad summer fruit youag aad thrifty barn and out buildings about 100 aeree ef HAZEL GREEN KY bottom land ia geod state of caltivatiea AND LIVE STOCK OF ALL KINDS acres of which is now in cora 60 aeres ef Cor Main and Marion Streets improved table iaad and the rcaauaeg JfS PROVISIONS OF ALL KINDS acres timbered of whiefe 183 acres ie eerer CAMPTON KY Canned Goods Ooffee Sugar Teas Syrup ed with very finest oak aad Meterseal Patent Medicines Nails Axes Oils rich and productive and underlaid wiek Wooden- - and Tinware In fact Fins BitumlneHis HAZEL GREEN KY 45GO Trice easi aau wamin IS EVERY THING YOU NEED TGive us a call and be convinced that one and two vears Pooamfrn jrivea you can buy more goods from us to the Dol-Â¬ once on reasonable terns Pyseaa deslriew 238 Makes and repairs all kind of Farming lar than at any other house in the moun Â¬ to purchase can oaH e H C Henufea s-r tains We also desire to buy a number of W O Mice at Hazel GreeKrer tke Tools Buggies an d Wagons Horse Shoeing will receive especial atten Â¬ Fat Cattle and SLecp for which we trill pay signed at Stanton Pewell ceaty Kjr W XAMH Iay2r 1S55 tion the highest market price NOTIONS Ladies WiH Find it Miss M S Htfts A fine black kid glove at 16S Ugk4e kids 125 4 button SDk aad Lisle ikruad gloves in black and colors Raehiags in E Boots and Shoes lr is iis1 G 423 ter -- j CASKEY I PIERATT VAUGHN General Merchandise GIRIOICIEIBIS Flour Bacon Lard Salt it yd rSF f3 J T PIERATT -- Cl BLACKSMITH J ae V3 4 - TSSt ih f 2lft5Je 41 45a 1 n wniriiirrr glnl nTiliri Wiitorjnihjwt imiUKW1 ii m 4t II rjwj gw - fy- - i1 3 J 11 - iW G- - r- i IklEL GHEEN HEfiALD - Ftrsonal Partijraphs Jesse Swango of Swango Edgar counÂ¬ i ty jlllinois arrived here on Saturday evening to visit his manv friends and relatives in -eorwepoadesit ia evcrv this vicinitv ih Swango vas born and raised oa Stillwater Wolfe 3or-- years ago he moved toin this county and 32 Edgar county Illinois 3eifee Haeoffin Pow- - where he has been a successful fanner ever Estill Perry and Floyd In since This is his first vist here for 15 years every point ia the mountains Jieet Judge G B Swango left Sunday morn- Â¬ Tfaiie for ter6to agents c ing to attend the bedside of his wife who These spriaga are located three Marten was taken seriously ill while visiting friends Our last meeting at the of a mile from the beatifl tows C Basel mpton Sept 24 We had the plea school house was nicely conductedCarpenterÂ¬ two memin Lexington last week Mrs Swango in Â¬ sure of being at Prof A F Bvrda school on TIME TABLE breen Tha water coatauu a hw tended making a visit to relatives in Kansas last evening and of listening to two very inv bers received and baptized centage of iron than aay other wafer Attettic Railway before returning home but her sudden ill Â¬ teresting lectures given by David Hogg and JLhe prospect now is that we will have Mi hence it isthe Boat vajaaal im ta 22 minutes dower than Mt ness will prevent her making the trip disease ased internally er crop lor many years Dr Jas a Stamper for the benefit of the tile hnest turnip Among the many Annas Sterling time E Hammons of Proctor Lee coun school Both of these gentlemen are men L C Boark our young lawyer has heir toj and for which thk Mt Sterling at 7 a ra arriving ty paid oar town a visit last week and re Â¬ whose powers of thought and gift of expres- Â¬ gone to Knott county to Btudylaw Be ia known to be a positive t Bethwell at 840 a m turned home on Friday accompanied by his sion are equaled by few and surpassed by Farmers are all busy at this place Be 2 leawec otkwU at9 au past has been so none in this section of country Mr Byrd luuowtairz anivee at wife who for six weeks tnic arc TrONyrnATTmc tivpvpswa ML 8teiii at lfcSO a m journing at the Day House and drinking is having a very interesting school thus far taking caie of their fodder Be Sleavea ML Sterling at 140 p in ar-- the Swango water She is much improved having had an average attendance of about E J Boark will quit his school and go DISEASES SCBOFULA CA-y rives at BeihwelFat 20 pm 55 pupils The patrons of the district should to school himself in neaxin TABEH BHEUMATJ81L Dick Tubpin Be 4 leaves Bethwell at 345 p m arrives o- KEUBALGIA 2SER- Miss Eliza McClain who has been liv- Â¬ be alive to their own interests and the inter- Â¬ At ML Sterling at 530 p nx ing in Coles county Illinois for the past est of the school and take advantage of the C YOUSNESS Jfe 2 lOMMit at ML Sterling with 1105 a three years returned to Hazel Green on last opportunity now afforded them and send Jackson Sept 26 B F Jones wa3 We append a few of the hsadrada ef iit- aed 157 p m trains oh C O railway Wednesday evening and will make this her their children to school arrested in Virginia last week and lodged timonisjs which have been tendered aa i Jar Lexwgtea Cincinnati and Louisville future home Her many friends of this vi Â¬ jtfFrom early dawn to dewy eve the noise in Jackson jail Saturday night charged with the efficacy of this water in disease JSe 3 eeneeom at ML Sterling with 1105 a cinity extend her a hearty welcome Hagins in Knott One lady writes I am so thaaral id the 4f the carpenters tools strike the ear from the murder of Sinnville he is 54 years old county Mr Jones says m train en C k O from the East and 136 Great Giver of all Blessings that X tried Bev D G Combs and wife of Ezel all parts of the town lhere are several was never in Knott county in life and did Leaisvilleaad Cincinnati psatnia ires being erected which when Swango Siirings Freely do I give all the taVMentgemery county coart day special were the guests of thir daughter Mrs F new buildings add largely to the attractive- Â¬ not know there was such a man as Linnville completed will time and money spent there for the ha3th Jeeves ILethwell en the 3rd Monday in each M Thomas of this place last Wednesday ness of LHagins until he was arrested place Camnton is a citv and strength I now enjoy arriviBg at ML Sterling nighL They were en route home from Ows Â¬ minature the only wants the completion hi and of The Jackson high school with John A gentleman of Illinois says I think the leaves ML Sterling at ley connty where Rev Combs has been the Kentucky Union railway and the devePl Jay Dickey principal and Miss Cappie Lit at a ia Betamlng water of Swango Springs did me more geod 2 pm arriving at Rothwell at 40 pm preachiagfor several days reources oi its vicin Â¬ tle assistant nas enroneu z pupiis xne upmeui oi me than all the nostrums 1 have ever tried 1 Learee Bethwell for ML Sterling at 5 p m John E Patrick Theo Cundiff and X age to become mineral the metropolis of the moun Â¬ energy and ability of the teachers make w ill certainly be withyou again next spring GEOB-- HARPER Supt B Day of Breathitt Wm and J Z Hanev tains progress rapid to those who are obedient References K T Smith J G Trimble and H G Chaney of Bethsalem and J M P L EeeseML Sterling Ky F M Hinkle thfi natrons of this and industrious We would Rftv to Little of Gillmofe were officers of the Pres school Mrs F M Hinkle Wm Clarke Plam Liek Bev W B Cooper is abiding in our HAZEL GREEN KY district by way of suggestion thaf bvterian church in attendance at the Yearly as Ky thev will in alfew davs have an opportul town solely for the purpose of doing good SEPT 30 1885 Meeting WEDNESDAY A large hotel is now being built which nity of paying a tax which has been levied He is a man of ability and his services are will afford ample accommodation to visitors WmElswick of Tazewell county Va upon them that they should pay it at once invaluable and friends in For further information in regard t hoard aa Traaaient advertisements inserted has been visiting relativespast and left for so that the school house may be furnished c acrops are good plenty of mast and dec address HARBISON SWANGO and repaired It is as much to their inter- - lrci0 VUUb U IUADand 25 this vicinity for a month at 75 seats per inch first insertion ircnmrru ity mniMHAt Hazel Green Xy home on Monday Before leaving he called terest -and the interest of their children to UUb Or this office cents aa sack each Baheeqaent insertion o in and subsribea for The Hekald do so as it is to the interest of the trustees OB NTJNNELLY Lost Creek Sept 21 On the morn Ed B Green representing White and teachers Green Hufiaker boots and shoes Louis- Â¬ WITH There is one thing that is within reach ing of the 8th insL God called away one of XOCAL ville was a guest of the Pieratt House on of the people of Campton and this part of the brightest little boys in our midst Nathan o Monday and Tuesday the county that would greatly facilitate its Landram aged four years S Ho leaves his W parents CO Go to Cafikey Pieratt for the finest Hon J M Kash and wife Bev J T already rapid improvement and that is the kindthree littleMr and Mrs mournLaudram his loss brothers to West fioar ia town erection of a high school building at this and sad Pieratt Hon W O MLie James Lacy and Our Association passed off with per others of Hazel Green attended the Annual place Having a good building once erect- Â¬ WHOLESALE SADDLERY Bora On the 28th insr to the wife of Meeting at Antioch ed there is an abundance of first class teach feet peace and harmony and was the finest ers that are eagerly watching an opportunity meeting we have had in this neighborhood Taylor Johnson a boy Eight pounds Arch F Lvon after a short visit to of this kind for quite a while Manufacturer ef J L Dunlap his many friends in Hazel Green left on Bay your saddlery plaints oil window J B Dunlap James M Quillin who has been very On Sunday last John Hays accidenta- Â¬ Thursday last for his home in Breathitt glass sails fcc of Caskey fc PieratL W G Barrett Saddles Hmw Ac ill for some time with hemorrhage of the lly shot himself with a shotgun inflicting a county lungs was in town this week and says that severe wound but John is bearing it pa- Â¬ watermelon scheme didnt pan out Oar Bunk West of Fayette county has 728 and 730 and dealers ia werthacant We havent received single been visiting friends and relatives in Wolfe his health is improving Mr Quillin is very tiently W Main SL much missed by the people of Campton and -Corn cutting is now in progress and Kger little Estill and Powell counties for several days more especially those who have business in I Saddlery Hardware our Burns of Bichmond Va and the clerks office We sincerelv hope that year farmers report crops better than last L Bus Wn Barton was thrown Irom a WJ L Whitaker of SalyervilIeKy regis- Â¬ he mav son be able tn resume his work in LOUISVILLE KT Â¬ wagon at Antioch Annual Meeting last Sun tered at the Pieratt House Monday nigL vU We have the best mast that has eyer the office aericnaly hart day ami Bev W L Gevedon of Grassy Mor Â¬ hbeen know in Eastern Kentucky TIMES Sentinel Democrat Col Spencer Coop- Â¬ ULD GEOEGE DOLL er the live editor of The Hazel Geeek gan county preached some able sermons to WITH Veraiillkm of Whitesburg and large and appreciative audiences in town on Herald was in the city Tuesday VIRGINIA maker af Mrc O C Hall of this place died last Saturday and Sunday He will Miss Mary Meyers and Mrs Floyd of at this place for the church of which preach ef tax e the 13th iaat Rosnierg ne is a Covington are stopping at the Day House representative on tbe third Saturday and Tazewell Connty Items Successors to Rosenberg NathaaTIexaer Cedar Bluff Sept 18 The little Tie blind Day brothers will give a and drinking the Swango water Sundav in each month folks were given a jolly entertainment on performance atMue Hall to nighL They Dr H O Cease returned to this place Wm Cassity a prominent young man WHOLESALE re ewea going te hear trom Frenchburgon Sunday and will leave of our town has bought out Elias Osborn on the night of the 15th by T A Repass and lady Some few ladies and gentlemen were for Salyerville to morrow the corner of Main and Washington streets also present the writer being one All left William Oeborn was tried in the Meni Â¬ Dr J M Kash and wife and daughter J N Vaughn and family have gone to saying It was good to be there Thanks fee tiroak coart last week for the murder Maggie were visiting in Frenchburg last Louisville where they expect to spend a to Mr and Mrs Bepass for their hospitality ef Henry Thomas and acquited week few days Cedar Bluff high school seems to be Sterling James M 712 and 714 South Side Madt Breens Liniment removes knots and was registered Crawford of Mlon Sunday George Bobinson our handsome young languishing since the trustees have found it at the Day House necessary to dispense with one of the teach- Â¬ merchant is on a visit to Clay City all enlargements oa horses or other stock lasL BeL 7th 8th ers on of 3o care so pay Sold by J T F Pay Hon Joseph C Lykins is attending money account of the scarsity herfree school Bev Dr Guerrant left this place on We hope yet to see raised to LOUISVILLE his home in ML Sterl Â¬ court at Frenchburg this week the position she once held BL Thomas of this place deÂ¬ Monday morning for F ing ht James and Oscar Hall have completed s j ORAuacur Mrs Maggie McGuire made quite a return her thanks to Miss Callie sires a JAS A SBXTTLrWOBTK B B Garder was called to Breathitt f their job on the court house BeattyviBe for a lovely bonnet McGntreef hurried visit to Jeffersonville to Bee her county labt Sunday on professional business Farmers in this vicinity have com- Â¬ mother Mrs Elizebeth Cecil who has been ef fewer GRAUMM ISWTTlfWOITM Miss Maggie Shackelford who is teach- Â¬ menced sowing wheaL ill for some time but is now convalescing Breens Liniment k pronounced by all ing the Clifty school was in town Saturday Manufacturers and Jobbers ef W C Kendall of West Liberty was Garkey being on the busy list this who have ased it to be the greatest remedy Bobert Woolery of Ezel is assisting in town this week week subsitntes me for the task she should Sifterhead have performed Hope the readers of The f riccmatkra sprains cuts bruises etc Mr Clark on the high school building Sola bj- - J T 4 F lay be disappointed Â¬ Charlie Howe of Mt Sterling was in Laurel Creek Sept 25 Miss Lou Herald will notexamination will be held terviewing our merchants yesterday The teachers Cecil who is teaching our school district Ed- - little living on Bed Biver above We are under obligations to Hon A No 25 is having a general average of 35 stu- Â¬ at Jeffersonville on the 21st inst Quite a corn stalk which town seeds us a joint of a dents in attendance and is evidently making delegation from Indian are making preparaBtaaeares six inches in circumference It is P Lacy for special favors last week tions to attend There has been some the lafgest we have seen Mrs Caroline Pieratt of Ezel was the a success persons who care nothing trouble for the caused bv Mrs T M Scott and her daughter guest of Mrs J H Pieratt Saturday school the teacher or themselves but by Miss Nellie have returned from Russell the Xst week Mortie Swaneo son of B T Tyler of Frozen Creek is visit Â¬ her untiring efforts she has overcome it all former being very much improved in health Judge G B Swango brought us an ear of ing relatives in this vicinity 605 W Main Street and is now moving along nicely Miss Lou Quarterly meeting at this place closed corn 11 inches in length which is the finest is a good girl and by her kind and sociable Hon Jos M Kash attended the Men- Â¬ on Sunday night lasL Good preaching and we have sees this season LOUISVILLE KY ways she has made lasting friends here ifee circuit court last week congregations throughout Johnnie Shoemaker accompanied by BevsH Little and T Pieratt will Mrs Sarah Dorsey of Paris is visiting Peter Netherly left home the other dav say- Â¬ J Marion McGuire and lady have re- Â¬ cosasence a aieeting on Little Sandy near the family of L W Mapel ing that they were going to travel untif thev turned from Burk Garden where they have Dick Wellss ia Elliott county next Satur Mrs Stephen Swango of Clifty was found a better countrv than this We wish been visiting av afternoon at 2 oclock MT STEELING KY in town on last Saturday Garkeysays tell On The Wing them a successful journey she will appear in the columns of The Her Â¬ B ADAMS C W ADA3IS W ADAMS The sele of the Dersonaltv of William Bev W B Cooper is visiting his fam- i- DD Landsaw passed through here the ald soon in Lexington this week other dav with a drove of cattle for the Mt Marphy deceased on last Saturday was- - ly Mrs Dan is a persevering Dr James Peery is now at White Top attended by a large crowd of people and we relativesD G Combs of Ezel is visiting Sterling markeLis doubtleBS seeking a love- Â¬ in Hazel Green young man and trying to shun the usual attack of hay fever sold high are miermed that stock E L Cockrill of Irvine was in town ly companion for life We enjoy reading the correspondence Keep on hand BUCKBOARD6 ad last Friday Bev John Collier of Tar Bidge an on The Herald very much Let all write Breens Liniment is certainly the best Successors to JOHN G BAXTEB BUGGIES aad Kepak aa old Baptist veteran while out here on busi Â¬ OMnbiavatiea of remedies for corns neural Â¬ Paint all kinds of work MisB Ava Higginbotham of Liberty Ia Memoriam ness preached to a large and appreciative is the guest of Mrs E B ScotL gia pains in the back and side etc ever WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURERS OF On February 23d 1885 a flower audience prefaced Sold by J T F Day bloomed in the family of E B and America The Baptist Association is now in sesÂ¬ at Misses Nannie an Julia Cecil are now May All hearts rejoiced Home was Blackeye their village home will preach the fu J T Pieratt Bev made a type of Heaven The sweet winged sion on Stillwater with a large attendance Will receive Mr Shores special attention seraLf Mrs Jaaaes Manan at Sandneld messengers from the Internal world pass Â¬ Flux is throughout this part of Antioch Annual Meeting SHORE CONROY Give us a call scheel honae on Friday before the third ing up and down through the earth incalled the countryraging proving very fatal and is Seadaya October at 3 oclock P H The Annual Meeting of the Christian in and left their benedictions as well as ap Â¬ Farmers are very busy at this time proval upon the family This flower was cutting corn Church embracing the congregations of this Hoosier Laurel At the funeral services held by Bevs called Percev Emmerson It was tended county convened at Antioch on last Friday -- o Hollow ware and Tinners Stock 7n37 PTalbee and John Bays lastSunday with much care and gave promise of a bright HAZEL GREEN KY The ministers present were D G Combs D t death found strantre beauV -- Well ept 24 Uncle H Fallen O D Roberts and J T PieratL Office and Salesroom CaLLABOOSE E on KedTiiver there were eight additions to future But alas W Main Street Stands at the head of Low Prices with evÂ¬ V 736 tv on that infant brow and dashe d it out lemus I think our vicinity can produce A goodly crowd was in attendance and the the church all of whom were baptized erything you want ia There was a tint of rose on cheek and lip an older person than Uncfc Benny Watkins orderly behavior strict attention and earn LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Polly Tollson as she is commonly call- - est look of the people in attendance be- Â¬ W W PhippB of Upper Grassy killed He touched the veins with ice and the rose Aunt GOODS NOTIONS a sheen a few davs Hce which net 7714 faded Forth from those blue eyes there ed savs she is nearlv ninety and can knit spoke the feelings of Christians indeed we handle nothing but Charcoal Tin and guarantee everything not to leak lt Services were held regularly for three days seaMiSand from one half of the mutton he spake a wistful tenderness which innocence and do most any kind of house work Boots Shoe Hats Cletfeiajr vicinity got 30 peands of tallow Who can beat it alone can wear With ruthless haste he Uncle Stephen Tollson says he former- Â¬ at the church at Antioch and in the sumptu- Â¬ GBOCEBLES HABDWABE DBUGS boand the silken fringe of those curtaining ly knew a calf six months old to give a quart including Campton On Sunday a N II TRIMBLE ROBT M TRDIBLE lids forever The cooing of its angel voice of milk per day So Mr Lacy of Lacy creek ous dinner was spread more than could be FLOUR BACON Ac H Evans has received his coRimis- - was r consumed The committe selected by the as postmaster and will take possession was hushed by death But when the work will have to bring on another boss beamed a smile so delegates The money is what I want and I wfll give Tnon eSce to morrow John has all the holy done there cherub brow whichfixed so C L Byrd reports a stalk of corn on various Meeting atvoted to hold the next Campton commencing showed from that Annual MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH necessary to make a good that death could not steal the signet ring of his farm with an ear of corn on it sufficient on Friday before the fourth Lords day in than any other house ia town pectaaaater boy September 188C at 3 oclock P sr The fol- Â¬ Heaven Ihe work was done bepL loth to bear the weight of a Country produce taken in exchange far lowing resolution was adopted when the loving trustful gentle angel like Who can beat it F McGUIRE gOOUS Bettyville Eaterpriae D A Taul spirit of Percy Emmerson May flew back to p Timmins j reports prospects The members of tne Annual Meeting look- Â¬ tfrs R nnAjTbee ana wife of Breathitt who were visit Â¬ flfXr fn j u w lAtn tna Mnlo niia Mif1nAnal caaaia ygyy uattering in regara1 w tHer mining IUUS1 ing to the interest of the cause of Christ aivaCaaavia AND DEALERS IN some days last week returned home hear the Father say Of such is the ing here ness She thinks she has about completed think it best to put an evangelist in theÂ¬ Monday The doctor we andcrstand con Â¬ dom of Heaven composed of Wolfe counPercy her undertaking field in the district Farewell darling MAYTOWN KY templates locating at this place shortly we shall miss thee we shall listen in vain ty and a delegate from each church is here- Â¬ his school by appointed to solicit aid and subscriptions M F Brown has dismissed for thy voice until we shall hear it beyond Takes the lead in Low Prices with every Â¬ We received a communication last the swellings of the last river We shall in district No 11 for a two weeks vacation to be used in connetion with any fund raised thing you need in the way ef of the been suffering M week from Old Bethel and signed Sweep often call thy name but no response from Jsome Quillin who has is improving by the respective congregations the evan-Â¬ churches needing the assistance of Stakes hat the writer failed to send his those lips that are as cold as Parian marble for time with catarrh DRY 600K WTHB GROCERIES gelist and to this end the following broth- Â¬ same heace it ands its way into the waste The little toys and vacant cradle remind us Mrs William Banks who has been on ers are designated Campton church S S ijMiket for Wide k the gate and broad the that a loved treasure has been taken But BOOTS SHOES HATS CLOTHING Combs Stillwater David Hogg Hazel Green not forever There will be a reunion when the sick list is slowly improving way and many there be that find iL e lifes fitful fevers are oer O how sweet it E S Congleton and wife are visiting W O Mize Antioch Jas K Cockerhani Hardware Drags Hoar Saeea Slap Jack Gillmore Oscar Fallen Red River T F will be when father mother and brothers relatives in Powell county Taylor Jobaeon got one of his mules guMoney is what I want and I will give wicked cease from Walter Holly Timothy Terrill Pine Hill laadlr crippled yeaterdav moraine caused shall meet Where the are at resL Doubt Â¬ Â¬ weary troubling James Meadows and said delegates are reMORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR Es CASH MORGAN COUNTY by a defective caivert near the river This less as theand the passes one by onethrough family quested to meet at Hazel Green on Saturday receive the immediate attention of thoald than any house in Maytown 1885 on Lords day ear street eammissoner There is also a deaths door and up to the beautiful gatethe frfAYTOWN- Sept 25 Bev W L before the 3rd M at whichin Octoberare re- Â¬ 1 oclock P will be time they at Country produce taken in exchange for high place in the river bridge that needs fixing angel the first one to meet them Earth Stamper of this place who has been with quested to make a report elect officers for form of Percy Emmerson R A CHILDERS goods hath no sorrows which Heaven cannot heal S9 for the last year will leave next week for a permanent organizatioa and select an We ak special attention to our new Vanceburg Kv We are sorry to give him evangelist for the work W L STA3IPER A These pencils while Matchless Pencils up as he is a devoted man to the cause but wery low in price arc we claim equal in our loss will be the gain of the good people A Wise Suggestion Hon Charles OSut ex speaker of the aaality for all batatnesa purposes to any pen Â¬ No 27 of the work where he is going J Z Haney teacher in district Kentucky Legislature was a visitor of our cQ ia the market not excepting those of the B Kendall preacher in Bev us Friday kirheat coaL They exeel particularly in abÂ¬ sendsinsL tbe following report Onexercises charge ofJohnHazel Green circuit will locate town Monday last The splendid record of HAZEL GREEN KYn the we had general review the gentleman both as a presiding officer grit and strength of lead Send 18th sence of and the following are the names of the pu Â¬ at this place He traveled the Carlisle cir-Â¬ and member has made him one of the prom- Â¬ -4b Co Wa McClurg Horse Shoeing a Specialty Bi for price iisL Jaasen SL Chicago pils who excelled Primer Loyd Lacy 1st cuit last year ono of the best works in the inent men of Kentucky and especially in frVtf ave and Madison wagons and all kinds of Farm Teak spelling class Lillie Rose 2nd spelling class Conference He will be a valuable acquisi this end of the State he is looked upon as and repaired in tne best town Rosa Carison 3d Mary one worthy of the confidence and implicit Ob last Saturday a difiiclty occurred 1st reader Lizzie spelling class reader Lacy I tion to our Rosa grateful him s Freeea Creek va Breathitt county be Carison 6a readerNickel 2nd 4th read Â¬ rLAndy Lawson andforhis two brothers trust placed inwhere by apeople ofpeople InÂ¬ Joseph Bishop our the moun the WesL They every conflict Unbert Frarier and a vounjr man bv er all equal 1st primary geography Belle will leave next week which the latter was Carison 2nd primary good teams good wagons and no tains in their weakness have appealed for tbe name of Lewis in wounded Our in- geography all equal have the unselfish gen- Â¬ of dangerously het andsavs that Lewis was passing the advanced geography perfect Primary doubt will have a pleasant time on the way help in a causeheartrightthis knightly young erous gallant of fcrrorSeveral of the young folks of this arithmetic Sarah Taulbee elementary arith- Â¬ MAYTOWN aKY ever been enlisted We fceue of Sally Williams when Frazier came metic perfect intermediate arithmetic per Â¬ place will attend the Association on Still- Â¬ Kentuckian has Highlands and Lowlands predict that the dimcalty which resulted fect advanced arithmetic Grant Lacy Pri Â¬ water near John HOESE SHOEING A SPECIALTY i and began tbeFrasier was under the in Hoses store Your corre- Â¬ in battle array led by a loved chieftain itfeoetrag- Will repair Farming Toela Ivggiaa Wa Â¬ in the mary grammer perfect intermediate gram- - spondent will take it in will place him where he rightfully belongs geesce of liquor at the time gons Ac Makes plows how 4e Satkaae mer pertect admanced grammer Grant vr C Swango has finished his dwelling in the Speakers chair next winter tion guaranteed in all casea hysiology Grant Lacy United fomnw 5CT- Sexton wan the workman special attention to our new States History Grant Lacy We call On last Sunday evening the first Year These remarkable pens We find the publishing ot the results of which speaks well for Tom Matchless pens Tffm T DAY T M Cannoy took in the big show at ly Meeting of the Presbyterian Churches of elasticity and freedom of a the review exercises is a valuable incentive aombinr the quickness action of It more interest in study ML Sterling and says it was a good one uolfe Morgan Breathitt and Menifee Marshal and General celi em with the are the bestofpens made andseems toa excite thorough preparation They causes more lf1ff pnnir of Mrs Claypool of Blackwater was vis- Â¬ counties held at this place closed after a MAYTOWN KT Â¬ series of the most interesting discourses it for all warkwhere a smooth point and per lessons than any other incentive that we iting Mrs P K Clark last week Will attend to ferreting oat criminal required and will last as have yet tried We cant see why every was ever our good fortune to listen to Rev fect elasticity are Fifteen Professors and Instructors Mrs Lizzie Kash of Bed Biver was Dr Guerrant of ML Sterling Revs W B steel pens teacher in this and adjoining counties does anv part of the country aad guraateaa aa- mc a two or three ordinary JansonMc not Mieiuictl Jciiitifk EifiMtriif Bitsskil in town last week IisL isfoction ia every caae whre empleyed Cooper and Sam H Patrick of Jackson make a similar report in The Herald Send for samples and price were presentall of whom delivered eloquent Military Tactics Co Wabash Ave and Madison SL Teachers who are not already subscribers to SMy M T Womack of West Liberty was Orders by mail promptly attended to Cwnrcii tarsi if Cmrg SchI and appropriate discourses Rev Eugene Chicago Wholesale and retail at this office The Herald should subscribe at once We in town last week COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION think you will find it to be a good invest SAVE YOTJB MONEY AND BUY J A Lacy of Ezel paid our town a P Mick el acquited himself admirably as or- Â¬Â¬ Foil term begins Sept tlt 1885 For Catalogue and other informxtion ganist and lecturer There were four addi J Z Haney Ssyder of Ledagton Ky is menL Oti visit last week Ok The Road Adore JAMES K 1ATTE1UK2 Ph tions and good crowds were in ettendance YOUR GOODS CHEAP eUiag jewelry watches cloaks silverware Jvook Here The next Yearly Meeting will be held at m mt ramarkmiAx low prices just now and BREATHITT COUNTY T Bead this Jacksont beginning on Friday before the 1st T0 ae ahaae ef oar citiiens who arc in need of slow customers pleasewe We have carried H GLLUS Sunday in SepL 18S6 continuing over SunÂ¬ are loaded down until WITH WITH Quicksand Mills Sept 24 Elihu day hk prices appended A good and it is impossible to continue to credit selid gold hunting those whose notes and accounts are past due Jay Roark will close his Sunday school on fooklec i iadieslnae McCORD 4c AYDELOTT Siavars Carson Hardware lightning Soils Wafftlf TjrfTTTIlTr AHEHHU jbuicucuu We must have pay from you and will take September 26th which has been successful DAYSBOBOUGH XT live stock at its value on notes and accounts the past summer He has had a full school ve Hundred dollars reward will be ow Company aaHL auver Uaatma watonea hU rhatlBTt watches 12 ane as-- De not call for credit even if you are good 5S in attendance and we hope much good paid for anv building struck by lightning 637 W MAT2T Stbeet UY your paper eaTolajw Seat aercmewt gents and ladies set rings at one- - if you are owing us and have not settled work has been done We will miss him for that is rodded in a scientific manner with pencils xc-- at XjntrlXKATi We mean what we ssx J T F Day he has proven bv Lis ytAks that he has a our rods W P Staggs Co LOUISVILLE KY LOUISVILLE KY HW Tftftf AlVSyS rR AwTiWCC aHt t ootieo warm feeling for the young and is a soldier for the Lord His parting advice to his school to be obedient to their parents use no bad language and to shun the intoxicat Â¬ EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS BY COUNTIES ing cup He returned Ms thanks for their good behavior in the pasL Reported oy Special Correspondents mj H Hounshell Co have closed their All Jt oinw in me mountains One vnnm man if ntnipi vffnr 4htr r i the close oi the last run got hit by the ven- omous worm for the first time and killed a WOLFE COUNTY poor old lame gander CORRESPONDENCE C E WILLMOT -- vr Cash Dry Goods Store WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Swano of Lit ThcWattr Humanity ft Afflicted IKON IS Sons iNMqr Suti We are anxious to sell Our Goods and will make our prices right lletm J a Orders filled promptly and carefully We have a big drive in a Sox toe Boot at 360 extra good Come and seeme pr i tc 0 E WILLMOT Reese Building MT STERLING KY mexi73sm OSBORNE Reapers and Mowers I The Best Most Durable and Lightest Running Machine on the Market i- Every Machine Fully Warranted MWS HANLY JUDY General Agents for Eastern Kentucky B Mt Sterling Ky Orders solicited by T J STEVENSON Hazel DUNLAP BEOS Green Ky The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Roots Herbs and Barks Except Ginseng k J T BREEN SON DL Importers I Wholesale Druggists Main Street Mt Sterling Ky Flmr J St -- BOOTS AND SHOES 3r -- Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se lected Stock of ADAM BAUM 1 Â¬ rang JD IE j t LIQUORS Mens id Boys J Which he sells Wholesale and Eetail as Cheap CLOTHING bought in the State as they can be Give him a call and be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else NEW BUGGY WORK you may go J ADAMS BROTHERS CO Conroy Shore SSC-OND-HA- J STOVES GRATES MANTELS Pieced Pressed and Japanned Tinware SIGN PAINTING F McGUIRE -- L DRY P 1 J J TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS -- -- - Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling Wishing to devote my time ness I will sell my R A CHILDERS 1 For Sale--- Saw Mill to my FRANK TYLEB other busi- BLACKSMITH E J ROGERS Lane Bodley Saw Mill Fixtures Consisting of a 25 Horse Power Engine and Boiler a No I Circular Saw Eager a j Everything is in First class Order and will be sola at a bargain on easy terms Parties wishing to buy are invited to call and examine the property CornweUK ALFRED COMBS COLLEGE of KENTUCKY iaHtavt i STATEui ui Itm V jj rajUaf W w H J CLARK Vi -- A M PHOKKLL 4i Wholesale Hatters B T-t- - c iStS iim y agTTc -v As i - vv L - JjBEM fffflLP - f i mtmmammmmmmmmmmm fcSt j i 35 iSamf U3i - - --KENTUCKY LIBRARY t Cv S TfTlHICWDfiNTS - ifcape Ja 23jr1jre Briwkkjk Ac President nminii itfceBlne Parlor oa the mai h differs in solor Keeelvea TWtwt aty Car fferarj st Um Wkito Hoos r - m te mM thv is similar la size and tbe li El dark ferowa and tke dark red leather 4iGHtttr3iarcB8nizc perfectly Com fortab lofatiatr arra chara and inxii r oas sefas alxmnd In th apartment vrkich faces south and is lighted by ihree large w adows directly over fife parcii which loads out apon the lawn Between lk windows is placed the ckssfc atayhch the President works and portraits of ex Pros dents James Mon Â¬ roe and Thomas Jcflersoa flank the Bavly lncumbered receptacle xtl State cjocuxicats Undar the adminstrat on efPresHleat Arthur the library was 5nade a very comfortable office room and the walls erst while painfully bare aad glaring were covered with por tira ts of former occupants of the White House whle the lower portion of the walls were concealed behind book cases Contain Â¬ ing standard works of literature broughams Political Philosophy Hughes History of England1 Motleys --Rise of the Dutch Republic Liives of the Lord fThanr pllnrn rf VnJ gland Sheridans works Washington i Irvings novels The Democratic Re- - j hand-somely-car- In gtkelcelling and walls are painted IM 1 1 u fJ wvc5 Their Ideaoragood c tfzen is triuuton anu muiiipucacon oi ino first of all the marr eclman Romany t Colorado potatosbeetle This insect is a younjpnan is in thepopular idea to a native of the plains and valleys settle him to insure asfar as human Kocky Mountain means w 11 avail hismoralityand re-- range where it has doubtless lived andtl spctab 1 ty m this wnrldiandithe next propagated itsjeind for man v jast catBi ence givea amassuredynebnie and turiesbut it waalimited incumbers su table partrier an early marrige 3s because lim ted in food forthe few not dnly held to be a romantic and giants oi tne Speciesoi soianura upon toaqhvhg thing but there is an aroma wuiun it leu were wiueiy scaitereu ana of prudence and virtue about it which usually of a rather stunted growth on comrnends t to the more sedate and account of the dryness of thoclimate orthodox part of our population consequently a single plant would not The marriage takes place haloed by furnish food enough to supply the sort of roseate glow wnich belongs to progeny of one pair of beetles during all things of the early morning or of the short summer in those regions anur sprng anclfor a year ortwo the union as a result thero could bo no great n is really true and beautiful Thefanc crease in numbers of this pest no or passion or feeling which drew these matter how many centuries they re- Â¬ two youna creatures together was sm mained tbere undisturbed in tho r cere and it burns with br lliance and native habitats Tho plants that were 1ffhts up their home and friends and eaten up by this peat could not of vieyrj BlackwottiS 3IaganeT Jiles the earth around and the heaven bc course produce seed aad if the beetles Kegistfarandhakespearewere a few yond w th tints of rose Children were abundant in any locality one of the t ties that a Post reporter saw in I when thev como are but brighter cen- - 3ear it would wholly destroy or -- t Rrmo nfilaA luuJwigcni -- S tersof xadanceor rather unreallittlo greatly lessen the supply of food TvVZfYSperfect ErenidH iaa0 tbevolamesbeing of art Ariels and Pearls in the unreal fairy Â¬ of those that might appear the On a small stand at the left of the land in whch their parents dwell next and the number of insects that But in a short time these married could possibly reach matur ty would be Presidents desk there is a reduced eaestraa statue of Andrew Jackson chldren besiu to grow into adults limited accordingly But when this modeled after the one now in Lafayette and in ninetv cases in a hundred they pest gained admittance to fields of the bquare and beside this stands an easel do not grow alike The man out in cultivated solanum or potato it found containing an electrotyped shield de the wider air strengthened by friction not only a great abundance of food plctrrigscenos from Miltonu Para with other men becomes an active within easy access but a kind which d se lost A square waste basket worker in the world inhales new was far rnqre nutritious than that fur- Â¬ rande of oak to match tha desk is breaths of 1 fe from his profession his nished by the wild plants of the plains hced at the Tight hand of the PresK business hs study of facts or men The result of this change is well known dent and a revolving high cane back The womans immature body is shat- Â¬ and we now know that if this insect is char completes the outflL Papers are tered by the too early drains upon her left to itself and its natural enemies no jiled ia semjnglya- - confused mass strength she has no time nor health potato plautaton however extensive w11 for observation for wll long escape total destruction SJad hide for culture up in any way with iheKSalEer coverrbut they are kept in keeping The codling moth is another well piaRri curia Sigly wrought paper her huband The tie which ex- Â¬ known and widel3T distributed pest weights of everj coace vable shape and ists between them was formed so whose multiplication as well as distri- Â¬ pattern In writing the President uses early is so much a part of themselves bution depends almost entirely upon a siMkL esaad F4woo penholder that they can not view it or each other the abundance or scarcity of apples It anClst tfepiis signabure to a docu with the common sense or the cool abounds in apple growing regions be- aiafure deliberation judgment whch they could and would cause the apple is its favorite food It Nothing is done hurriedly in the- 1 brins to bear on any other relation of will breed in the wild crab apple but brarytand the calm demeanor of life Often too this tfe1 which stows much prefers the cultivated varieties the the occupant of caneseat out of the flntterings of heart produced because of their superiorlpmfity and chair has a very reassuring effect bv a pretty face a sweqt yoicea walk texture and the increase or de- Â¬ upon thebusy nervous visitor who by moonlight isTthetittly bondibjetween crease of i birds has Lttle influence inayVe ushered into the apartment them The loieFhey Kvetogether on this pest of our orchards The same from the Cabinet room for it must be the less they understand each other is true of our canker worm which borne in mind that the room in which Sometimes the husband or wife meets a much prefers the leaves of the apple the CaSetplee4 wice a week only woman who does understand and tree to those of any other and while it eerves tbo purpose of an ante room to then comes a long tragedy played out can and does live upon other kinds of the office sd as fast as visitors pre in the home if they have self control food it will multiply ten times as fast sent themseves at the door Charlie in slence uut 1 death mercifully drops in apple orchards as elsewhere Apple trees planted on newly cleared lands Xoofllai- - ikfl janitor ushers them into the curtain of tho middle aged are surrounded with forests- - which shelter The marriages theraiiinroomas 3t is ofton termed TJsaaHy wain a visitor enters the subjects of joke for all the world espe- - wild birds in innumerable numbers aro President rises and greets cially tor young people who arrogant not exempt from the ravages of tho Iiim aad if the call is merely one of in the certa nty of beftuty and youth canker worm for the very good reason respect he does aot resume his chair and enthusiasm suppose that they hold that with such nutritious and agreea One of the latest fancies in sleeves until after he has said good day In the title deeds to all the joy and love in hie food as the leaf of the apple tree for thin dresses is to tie them to the arms They greatly mistake they can and do multiply much more in puffs with narrow wh te ribbons order that iis time may notbe imposed the world upon the President has a large mantel The man who lias carr ed bravelv rapidly than their natural enemies The lower edge of the cordage is fin- Â¬ clock of black marble and bronze im Â¬ to mdule age tne consequences The imported elm leaf beetle which ished in a basque composed completely mediately on his right and the orna of his first whim or passion who has during the past few years been so of flat loops of white ribbon two inch- Â¬ meats of the mantel are two graceful has grown in wisdom influence and destructive to certain species ot elms in es wide overlapping to the depth of brwazc figures and generally a couple strength hampered by asillv vicious or our Eastern States is as abundant three inches of potiedplants from the conservatory stupid wife throws into the love of his where the birds are numerous and proIn jewelry the short fob chain and from his windows the Pres dent can later life allthe forge of bis matured tected as elsewhere This pestexhibits the simple ribbon bow worn in a but- Â¬ IIow tho Pests Are DIacouraced in the Eastern States by turn ng in his chair have an unob intellect and tastes all the starved a very discriminating taste attacking tonhole to secure the watch frcm slip the European species of the elm in ping is the favorite watch attachment The ravages of woodchucks in clover Btructed view of the Yirginia andMarv- - solitarv hunger for true companionship land hills theJPotomac River Wash- - of his life Even when no such feeling preference to the American 9 although Earr ngs are not seen on young mar- Â¬ fields and garden patches are so dreaded will feed upon1 the latter if the ried lad es or young girls ingtftttSMeaansent Arl ngton the Gov- - centers intothe marriage of mitidlo aged by farmers that a country boy seldom ernment carpondTand the exquisitely men and women they bring to it if of former Is not sufliclentlv abundant to Bangles with dangling coins with appeals in vain for a half holiday to go iaLout grounds at the south of the the gentle class as a rule a sincere furnsh a full supply of food N Y Arabic or Greek words cut on them woodchuck hunting Hunting wood Wuhlte JHpuse Consequently this is a esteem habits of control of temper Sun still abound on the fashionable young chucks is a sport peculiarly adapted to very agreeable resort for the Presi thoughts and tongue and those w der womans arm THE DEVIL FISH Â¬ nd he spends dcat For mourning oxydized silver orna- the tastes of a chronically tired man the great- Â¬ sweeter more charitable Trews which er portion of his time in advancing years almost inev tablv bring Sport Which Only Those Uninitiated Will ments are worn and are cons dered All tho hunter has to do is to take ha r deep enough in color for heavy mourn this room Some of the ex Presidents to sensible educatedpebple A woman station rifle in hand at a distance of Follow wijose pictures adorn the walls are in second marriage iseldom feels as a I from twelve to twenty five rods from Next to tarpoon fishing in point of ing Andrew Johnson John Adams and young girl does that her husband is Sash ribbons when used as belts aro the woodchucks den lie down in the bone of her bone and hence that his excitement comes the chase of tho cut in front and the ends fastened into William Henry Harrison all in uniform-sized and designed frames A defects are a personal hurt to herself devil hsh Up around Tampa and all buckles The sash is made inco bows clover with the summer wind to fan white mla ble fireplace is further bright- Â¬ She always stands so to speak a little along the Gulf coast youll find them and ends to be placed at the back or on h m and read a novel until the game ened by two tall highly polished brass off from him and views hmi with an and if they dont remind you of their tho left side comes coughing and sneezing out of andirons upon wh ch hickory wood is affectionate amused criticism She had can uu urom jiuu in namesake then I am mistaken They front by riuuons of long nbh pins with fais hole Just the momenfc the wood gilt the use las in readiness to bs ignited at a mo Â¬ learned by this tme that They as Mrs look like great bats and some call Oliphant calls men are to be made hap round heads passed perpendicularly chlck Slts UP on the heaped up gravel ments notice the entrance of the pit is tmo j before Thedesk at which tha President sits pv humored and led by certain delicate them tho bat fish You can form some through the waist X Y Herald was presented to th6 United States b wise handling and she usually knows idea of how they look if you imagne for tho sportsman to send a bullet 4 Queen Victoria during the Hayes ad Â¬ the art of r The husband in ths case a bat overboard measuring say through him If the firt shot is a MATE ministration and was fonnerlv a part brings all the experience and the gen- Â¬ twentv feet across from tip to tip miss the hunter doesnt bother his of the Arctic rel ef vessel Resolute tleness with which he has learned to witn a tan perhaps - ten feet lone Description of the ationui Beverage oi j head about getting a second one know wh ch went in search of Sir lohn treat all women in snort ur tnqre is shaped like a cowboys whip Give O t ing tnac uncontroiiauie curiosity win tlio Paraguayans Franklin After numerous encounters less love in late mar rages there is j two horn lika rfasner- at thoho id nn tempt- the an mal out again The word mate though commonly speedily curiosity is the only thing that with the ice in the polar regions the usually so much more common senso you have the sea devil in all his glorv His own Resolute became disabled and was and habitual politeness tlat the chances i Green hands often strike them nbt used by Europeans and even occa- will bring a woodchuck out of his hole j knowing what tney are and are gener- found drifting helplessly hy a Cnited for happiness are equil zed sionally by South Americans to desig- Old hunters say that pouring water in Of course the deal marriage is that ally jerked overboard tor their pains nate the drink itself is a m snomer it is as ineffectual as turning it into a States was towed into It a harbor refitted and returned to En Â¬ neither of immature youth nor m ddlo or have to cut the line Some years proper sgnilication being the small sieve us tlio woodchuck -is L I enough wiso L x - t 11 -u gland x tJSs Government andLwhen age Th juste milieu s always right ago one appeared in a harbor where cou in everv dsputed question But when several schooners were lying andtlfe drv oblong gourd generally idyed tho bottom of fflorhole perched m finally broken up some of the pieces i i ii were utilized for the desk at which the one is at e ther end it is so hard to sailors who were Swedes and had UI1UH tUlL UUJUIiUliUJ jUUljvliM J whch he chuckles satirically whiia President of tho United States trans-Â¬ reach the urddie never seen one of the fish ibefore bandaging while yet green to assume hojrsheads of water sink into the sand After all we are tempted to reverse saw them playing around in tho a fantastical shape out of wh ch the beneath his feet acts his business On a small silver plataiahedded tin the woodwork is an Punclfi counsel and to sav to all who harbor ana tnougut r wouia oe a infusion of the verba itself or Par Hundreds of woodchucks are killed q into jood joke to spear one appropriate iascription which gives are tempted to marry do it So thev took aguayan tea is taken The leaves ol by boys and men every year in every the details of how and when the Reso- Â¬ the field and leap your little harvest of v ijo ht skiff and a pair of old whalo country town in New England but if lute was found and finally dsposed of expereuce Whatever the juice bit- - arpoons and ropes that belonged to this tea plant if an ilex may be so de farmers depended on their effoits alone terorsweet which you express- - from the schooner and started out and were nonvnatel arc gathered amid the It would bo almost impossible to cult Wmskington PosL it it will be your own and will be a j joined by the other boats In a short wide plantations of its growth on the vate successfully small vegetables on ton c and medic ne for your life j timo one of the boats got alongsideof borders of or within the tropics of any farm remote from cities To tho Twenty years ago the number of better that than other snn hah rind h rohspr it was r ton Northern Paraguay and hav ng been lazy awkward farm dog who is not vv v insane persons in the United States was onng you whcluanv fressman can fax atcipnut WTien they struck it youd have dried by a careful and elaborate process smart enough to discriminate between only 24042 In 1 870 it reached 87432 thought the whole bottom had been ot which not having myselt witnessed tbe track of an otter ana tnat ot a andin 1880 treatment was required for t I orn t the descrpition are reduced f squirrel is due the credit of keep n r in hifc and a second later that boat wbs Sy59 lunates From 1870 to 1880 the BiRDslND INSECTS rushing upAtlie hafborat a fate ahei o a coarse lgnt green powder v mi cbeck the worst pest of Connecticut increase eC iosaaity was nearly 150 per V4fc mate than cent wWteHftfat of the total populat on ThelGood Done By tho Former in Eradi riSver- went before - It was a blind fthis the gourd orhot or is more water and Rhode Island farmers It is a dis- Â¬ half filled and bol ng tinct breed of cur scif developed and cat in Noxious Insects Greatly Kxaprcer- - lead though and the fash had to turn was and the skiff was- jerked around so poured in upon it Almost immedately is peculiarly interesting in that it hunts sane Wn hn cn ltraAc hoon in fnrmr nf ouicklv mat she Halt lined and one afterward with as 1 ttle time le t for no other game but woodchucks the increase has Tbeen most rap d in the stauding as uiav be it is presented to and hunts as the farmers say tumbled Western States In the State of New laws for the protection t insectivorous 7nan The channel thev went some veiling for the drinker who imbbes it through a entirely on its own hook York there are 35 institutions for the uiras auu wouiu lnciuue tneiuucn a KriAfci hnQf nrf jThora1 mtV tVn 8 lver tube plan or ornamented from first class Connecticut and Rhode v v wm t mu yv wuuu care of Jthee unfortunate people ac Â¬ iJlf f the list believing that line as if was evident that she would eight to n neteen inches in length oue Island woodchuck dog is as worthy of commodating U34S patients while it abusedcrowin to the husbandman in fill in a moment but it happened extremity is somewhat flattened for description as the tlattered setter or is said there are 4000 provided for at all are of benefit who had convenience of suet on the other ex pointer He is usually a short legged keep ng noxious insects in check But that the only man home InAerlcavart from several - bad been - dropped pands into a bulb or bombiUa pierced shaggy haired medium sized dog and knife a large county asyjums thre are 80 we can not agree with those who so rtVflrbnard and as thev con Id o et nt nm-inn with small holes which acts as aÂ¬ invariably good natured even when SuWiuSTld aratcjastiaitionsfor ie frequently assert that the -j in- ua1 x uvy stra ner to the liquid in which t is im uumcu mu uaii w icuiiu slaying his game After driving nut campf thensaner ATK libuncrease of predaceous insects of late said afterward thev were about to mersed The servant who has brought the cows to water early in tho ears s wholly due to the decrease of jump overboard and let everything go it stands by wating till the nfuson morning and paying attention to a Worcester Mass doctor was ba dsr It is probably true that insome when the fish changed its course and has been drawn out when h goes to tramp or two he setsoutfor the distant fent for in great haste to attend a boy localities certa n species of birds have headed right for one of the schooners refill it and returnii to present the ap- - pasture or meadow and attends strictly living some distance from town and decreased n number and in others They nad to jump tnen anynow and as 4 paratus to tne next ot tne company in to business all day Tak ng h s place found the lad dangerously sck with a they went overboard the fish dived un turn and so on till alter two or three behind a b g boulder or in a clump of dipSther tic throat He leftaprescrip thev have enough haslu or bushes within easy range of a prom s der the vessel and the skiff struck her rounds a t on upon the table near the patient and thanks gives the signal ing woodchuck hole he waits patiently 4idftwitb a crash aim was knocked allJkracfas greater -numberstnsheer Weakndw tOfcPieces and promised tp call again A fewdayss r The end plank asthev lor its tin ai removal Jakcn by it ell until the game emerges Very saga- Â¬ -i afterward he found the patient much that n ourgroiinusx wnerje tne wua found but later to which 3hevine was and unsweetened for those who add ciously he watches the woodchuck improved and the mother a sured the h ras aie protectea ieaanaiven peirea r fast went ofTwith thn Hsh Th sutrar to it or yet worse profanation strolling among the noddng clover good doctor that 4the prescription dd i whenever they will permit it they have mn ere nicketLuo and two davslalor m Ik put tht mselves merely out ol blossoms and daises until it has reached w itJi m a world of good Sne 4left it bv laro plv increased of late vears arid i lk inotni coiut as incapable of apprecat ng its a distance that assures him that in a 11 we find that they aid us but littitq him where he could hold it in his hand st urea about erghteen feet across and it nu r ts this drink is of all 1 ght and rush i07 the hole he will carrom on his aav time and he could nw read the in destroying the most voracoua and wiwftstfma ted to weio h a ton Sn if refreshing tonics that I know Ara prey It is rarely that he makes a The boy is Dctr m usual destructve species of insects They j vou want a combination of labor and bian coffer itself hardly excepted the miscalculation Having killed the aiost of it do no douot collect ior iooa a sport try eitner atarpopniorfa sea bat pleasanteit and most effective The woodchuck he flings it over his shoul- Â¬ liealth Boston JburhsL large numler of caterpllarsi cut taste is rromatic and slightlv bitter der trots home deposits it on tbb worinTiind vthe larva5 of various J not much unlike good Japanese tea front porch and setsout for another Tyrants and monsrehs protewt --More is required of young ladies species of Beetles and flies some of ini But rightly to esteem and euiov it one bunt He resents all partnership by their SHbjeots from the dishonesty of food adwlteratiOB- - whereas in this whch ore injurious to vegetation soeery than of young wen A young f should have earned it bv a iohg days men boys or other dogs in h s sport LtrjJttieart5tbe people have been while others are not and the latter- man need not be beaut m need noti rdu in a subtropical sun and drink it Ho is the only dog that hunts exclusive- Â¬ 9H4SereBli ael ther legislatures and classjarsiprobably fully equal in num- sing plav prsay anythug intelligent re osing in the cooi shade to feel fa- - ly alone It is- astonishing the number to the former But birds are un- be positively idotc and in n t gue useless rts t evil have provedgrown coin staviaje bers to dscrim nate between the nox- - j He maywell in society as isshown ret I return passthmto menjory only and vigor- of woodchucks destroyed Forest season able w Farm net on rest to every limb Mac- by a well educated dosr lalf wa oh ha an aiareiBfi rous auu the beneacal species and numerous instances -- Chicaao Herald viillanys Magazine md Ffrge vnccqpv mrmv ffUfwuoMi they are just as likely to take tho lair THE FASHIONS of the tiger beetle and lady beetle a Saaae Interesting and Wet Uaprofital tney are tne May beetle r that or ins Ko Tel ties la Trlmmlaffs and Bobet Advice to Encaged Coaples Earrings and Ribbons elm leaf pest In fact some of out Punches advice to those about to most destructive pests possess sueh re Â¬ For summer weddings and church marry wasSot modified by thoir ase pulsive properties that birds will not Eervice the favorite bonnet is made of disposition or haolts It was inexora Â¬ touch them The jreat andr widely white silk muslins silit crepe de chine distributed family of blister beetles and ble plump Dont in any case the well known Colorado potato beetle and very often the daintiest prettiest But there is an especial class of en- Â¬ as well as the hundreds of species of of capotes are found to have been made gaged couples sitting now aparfc in the true bogs- - are seldom preyed upon by the fair wearer herself Bhadv groves or silent together on by birds under any circumstances The capote or cottage shape bonnet porches while the othtr young people while some of theless offensive kinds which fits closely to the head is the are playing tennis to whom wc would are eaten only when more aglreeablo favorite form for these dressy econom- Â¬ Many of fain utter the prohibition -- in thunder food is very scarce and gardenthe most ical lttle bonnets The crown is destructive farm insects tones They are the kittenish girls and are seldom molested by birds cone formed by rows of two cords running immature--boywhose fathers have nnentlvtliA latter cannot have an vthmc suggesting a spin a i ru x2wii t cuaure mum w uinuj T j uo wuu iue juuruuse or uecrease oi3 around the crown top of the bonnet Is cuuuu iuvucr nng wheel The early and to take upon their shoulders the former bat we must seek the cause shirred or the muslin laid over in folds theresponsibliresof tnehand women of the fluctuations in numbers else or pufts as pleases A black while they have the brainsofchildren where Food is probably the one thing velvet bow with the wearer innumerable small jnu iuiu is a ireuuuui one m Amencaai that Has more innnence man anvtnin or pointed ends completes the ornamenta- Â¬ soc ety Americans as a rule are do- - else in regulating the increase am tion Muslin strngs are hid under the mestic They are considerate aflec- - decrease- of anv sueciea of insect This shin in a large fluffy bow tionate husbanas clearly tender faithful -- TO THOSE ABOUT TO MARRY HOME AND FARM PAri An Unfortunate Mistake - s 1 - ha3 been j l shown in the wide dsJttj i I yd t - i- L tW110 dk -- mtoiUer - j j Among other successful novelties m bonnets is the use of ruchings ormtiflin pleatings originally intended for the neck and sleeves of dresses Take a wire capote shaped fitme cover it with coarse white nett ng line it with thin while silk Get line crepe lisse ruffing place two rows the upper nnfi slightl J over lapping the lower one along the edge of the frame around tho entire hat For the crown take white crepe muslin and gather it on very full in oflfect like a formandie cap Instead of permitting to stand high on the top of the crown lay it Complete the unfinished edge of flat tho lisse pleatings by a twisted soft The flat strip of the crepe muslin part of the bonnet directly resting on the top of the head has a full covering of muslin On the left is placed a bunch of pure white rosebuds smoth- Â¬ ered in a transparent covering of the muslin crepe White muslin strings or black velvet ones can be used Oriental lace in black or white Is still worn in rows of plaitings around bonnets All bonnets have strings of some sot Only those bonnets wh ch are partly hats are seen without bows to be worn under tho chin If poke bonnets arc preferred the peak or gar bled front has a bunch of ribbons or flowers stowed beneath Flowers and feathers are seen on round hats but are not considered especially stylish this season Scarfs of etaraine or rich combinations of color in sash ribbons have rather su- Â¬ perseded them Pins of gilt and slver pierce the hat fabrics in all d reotions and aro mado to supersede all other ornamentations Large garden hats are seen on tenns courts for driving boating or excur itougn straws tor sucn sion purposes scrv ce seem to find most favor A pretty trimming for a black rough and ready large shade hat is to line the in side with black tulle shirred thickly on The edge ha3 a binding of black velvet laid on in a flat puff an neh Wide Tho crown is somewhat peaked and high with light blue China crepe twisted loosely about it with two loops in front The use of poppy red crepe produces a favorite and becoming oflect for dark Leghorns in complexion and har black or white are lined with rows of pleated laces whose edge near the nm is permitted to protrude in a fringed ragged effect White hats are seen with the crowns completely covered with loops and ends of black velvet ribbon The lining is of white pleated i f Â¬ A fetal accident has just occtirred afc PricvlMe PoHiariBcoPr green and plaster raay b mixed in the proportion of one pound the St Louis Hospital in Paris Twer rfadais Pimples awlZ 2 of Paris green to half a barrel of the male patients one of whom was being plaster Be sure and mix thoroughly treated for Brights disease and th carcPIaaty Toledo Blade other for tuberculosis were ordered a p Turpentine coal oil and vinegar JapaX3K faas 59 from tkrw equai parts well shaken together and spoonful each of a certain mixture The to SOOO Tk fer- - 2f jie h f9C Wid At rubbed on the egs Of tho botfly on principal attendantpupil in the apothe Â¬ It is aair to 4rafe pric XorristevcK Hercld horses legs it is claimed will kill them carys department of the hospital made Chi after about three applications a mistake in preparing the prescriptions PrrtTrwvrHrneTMPftCHrMli cago Journal and instead of the required mixture A Massachusetts man thinks that sent up two doses of deadly poison to GEBMvyCiorSgMOVXKkllteCerBgJliiiraM as a rule farmers use too little seed in the ward nurse These were criven to X X A poKTSsa aigks -- I sowing down to grass His formula is the two unfortunate patients who after It by- myself I sit aHL sit aee It sfc half a bushel of timothy a bushel of swallowing the fatal draughts fell back would stop wriiiag ka igk kv redtop and twelve to fifteen pounds of on their pillows and died without utterÂ¬ company clover to the acre Boston Globe ing a murmur or a moan The Super Â¬ HAY FEVER When rye is sown for its grain intendent of the hospital instantly held about one bushel of seed per acre is an inquiry into the cause of the deaths I can rccosamead Xlj required If sown as a green crop for and summoned the chief apothecary to Cream Halm to an Hay soiling or feeding out green to cattle his assistance The latter communi Â¬ Fever sufferers Is lfEg opinion two bushels or more per acre may be cated the result of his terrible mistake la myexpricBce fossed upon aad used with good effect Prairie Farmer to the attendant pupil a young man euro care I fp fi Fulled Fish After any solid fish who had passed a highly creditable ex Â¬ - bones entering jeac aad aTer be Â¬ ts is boiled pick it clean from theamination in pharmacy before fore in small pieces and to a pound of fish the hospital three months ago The UeC toanH paaareWxbstxU U Ks add half a pint of cream one table pupil became almost delirious with de Â¬ XHJSMarstiflcldYt spoonful of mustard one ounce of an-Â¬ spair and attempted to poison himself chovy sauce and one and a half spoon- Â¬ ou the spot He was afterward allowed CREAM BALM fuls of ketchup a little pepper flour provisional liberty pending his formal has gained an enviable rep and butter mixed and make it quite arrest by the police Paris Figaro utation wherever known displacing an otMer prepa HAY FEVER hot in a saucepan and servo N Jl rations A Ttfce j3 aD Herald a vdiu rHtf A traveling company recently gave plied mail or at drHsrjjtat- It is conceded that early maturity Hamlet in an Arizona town and tho Price 50cbr BROTHKXSUroKlai Send for etmBW Owe2i-i- ELY is the aim at the present day in breed- Â¬ following notice of the event appeared ing all classes of stock To feed profit- Â¬ in the local paper A companv of ably for beef it is obvious that unless duffers gave show a last night at JJarney a steer gains in weight with every days snap feed the food is lost the day he does Hills They played a dizzyof the called Hamlet VVe never heard not gain To turn food into meat is before and Ave never want to see it drama again simply changing its form in order to It is the snidest thing in the way of a derive a higher market price Ilural show we ever fell up against There New Yorker Db T BRADnBCD I taKt ktmiI fcettfcw ef aint no horses singing fighting or yoar Female RegulatorharefattfeiR Cf for Savory Puddings for Invalids diseases conjoined ot 1 years dancing in the whole lT Put one ounce of fine rice into a pia There was a livery dogblamed shebang Â¬ other my I am cured tritirtlv for wluS fight in the mid- trallyelteti fcnow ymr dish with half a pint of beef tea or any dle of the play that was a great success cept my heartfelt thanks Isot spetk tee ft37 ml jiaved life so you see leas Kespecrfnlljfavor lu kind of stock bake until the rice is WESTZBacesBfdge well cooked Boil a quarter of a pint The actors were not killed but the duck Dk J BkaD70iu MrshaTe iA yea kaow ee j ullliiC I that played Hamlet was tarred and your Female Kejcnlator for years aad tare lwla-of new milk pour it on to an esz feathered He Bteadlly Inereaslnsr will recover N Y best Datlsfactlon I demand for sclt 16 gtr M M rerr lit lightly beaten stir well together and 1 rennenttr It t pfeystetaas Pod vlio nso It In their practice srltb the west MtiaMetstT nee season wicu luuu mix wim tne R Taoius H D SraggteC results Valdoita Ga lane 2S 1SS8 salt and pepper and bake slowly for to singers has sometimes Send for Treatise oa Woroan Mailed free Payment an hour and a half in a pie dish xV Bbasfixu Rsscultok Co ATtrntf ft taken an odd form When Mile Zeile IT Herald the Theater Lyrique at a vocalist MM In uaing kerosene says the Ameri- Â¬ Paris was from making a professional tour can Cultivator it has been found that around the world some years ago she a cheap grade of yellow bar soap con- Â¬ gave a concert in the Society Island taining rosin makes the best omulson agreed to singan air fromNorma four pounds of soap to one gallon of bhe a few other songs and was to get a and hot water being used to emulsify one of the receipts When counted gallon of kerosene One gallon of this i thirdprima donnas share was found to the emulsion incorporated into forty nino tur- Â¬ gallons of water or relatively less consist of three pigs twenty three cocoa 5000 keys quantities of each makes an effective nuts forty foura chickens of bananas besides quantity solution destroying tho insects both in lemons and oranges the larval and perfect stages Madras Curry Take two largo The Epidemic of Crime irnMnt inthMiHw1iiisiri IwrnprtftTf n at th 4TT- onions shred them and put into a stew Whence comes this epidemic of suicides ous force orby thadraInnpontheiystemlDaeedr ones hould pan with a bit of butter brown them and murder3 Recent discussions have prolonged nursingdally ale atIt will commence mwtc Rive Kreagtit KIdffe3 Food a a well cut the meat into squares put it named soveral causes Hon C H Reeve the mother nd Improve tbawpply for U H Kemember into the pan in which the fried onions of Indiana charges it to infidel teachings years In Knglaad aad America beea lansefortWrty tnerafcra la aot aa uoiding tnac nopeiessness or a iucure tried preparation are and brown it also Then add tho state cripples fortitude for bearing lifes curry powder a little salt a small ills Another declares suffering from the iKobo Gennfae aaless feearias tkk Staa piece of cocoanut grated and a quart universal business depression the cause A 3 SMIL JAMES MEANS Â¬ of rich milk or cream Put the lid on third writer attributes it to increasing in Cwwresa aa4 Made la Bstt much of tbe the pan and let it stew a quarter of an sanity a physician thinks temperance m Lace Boat voir a f uIIaexeeoeawhile Lfl rtlf hour or twenty minutes as the meat re- Â¬ tendency is inherited responsibility upon m m advocates lay the -quires Exchange eat to us trill bras ya get strong drink L formatloa Sow te A correspondent in the Country Froe thinkors have committed suicide tura cove Finan Â¬ in Gentleman advocates live fence posts but so have orthodox churchmen but the ilRUMt5 4ir l beset many dJiean in sections where wire is used for in- Â¬ cial straits have taken their liTe iOXS 41IKWWJ- -wealthy have also cisures The method advised is to set Insanity and dissipation havo preceded either willow or cottonwood cuttings suicides and family murders One feuturo common to almost every on the line where the fence is to remain Well attention crime soon after the wire fence such every challengessuicule and family permanently nigh repoi of is first made In five years these cut- Â¬ murder mni ions the perpetrator as having tings will be thrifty trees averaging for some time been subject to melan- Â¬ five inches through at the bottom bo choly Whence comas this All recog Â¬ fore the old posts decay The wire can nized medical authorities tell us that tho wui De paia ioc aay wrmm brain is always fire which Ka or same riie tat then be stapled to the living posts tho kindled by consumes the cf digestion that clean aad bas a araca Gra derangements or Seed In one day aa oarratops cut otr five or six feet high leav-Â¬ good digestion is lmpossibo without pure ing a few small growing branches to blood and pure blood Is never known when Maceroroar MIK keen them alive and growing the liver and kidneys are out of order th Wartlisaie IreTtd Under such circumstances a preventive Eqaallzer is Idea we oCer cheap Clrcnlar aad Price should be sought and for this Warners Lint mailed free safe cure is sovereign a fact conceded by WOODCHUCKS eswass xAcxnnc o Oala Cola5B the best authorities in the land and it is tttm TCfeMMt PsrSW sr mrr frtidl1 T nVn - IMJJfJjW- - K -- - ea - CATARRH nMHtei-witbltay-FeT- cr tvea-ty-- - Â¬ JJH NiMPEAGHABLE iDltoMi i TESTIMONY t V j v tww tB - -- -- Rldze-a-FooMia- - L TV -- B mH il xw mm -- 50 Rtwari -- - Â¬ especially commended by tbfi celebrated Dr Dio Lowis Rochester Democrat m 3al r D WILHOFTS FEVEH if 2y A HAIF holiday is better than no loaf Y Journal j -- -- I She triod her prentico hand on man And then she formed the lassies Ol bysnalaria- - It li afae the saleac What is womans worth asked a fair aad beat core for enlarged plees damsel of a crusty Old bachelor He did Geaeral DeWiky CFeTe Cats W O man double aadPerlodIc2earagl3 PTFbrSaIebyaHIrHtet5 not know so she said But a woman feels worth you O man CHAS F KEELCR Pros Chicago HI little if disease has invaded her system and strength For all fe- Â¬ i daily sapping her male weaknesses Dr R-- V Pierces Fav- Â¬ AtUi1 orite Prescription stands unrivaled It cures the complaint and builds up the sys- Â¬ Lorillards Glima Phig- tem Send two letter stamps for pamphlet wy t bearing a rtd tin Ui tfeatXerJUards to Worlds Dispensary Medical Associa- Â¬ IIhi Leaf fine cut that Lertlterd tion Buffalo 3 Y ry CHppinstfand that LoriHanTs Saalaaro Na tbe best and cheapest quality coastdered A DEnBT race Chasing ones stiff hat APPLTAT OXCXFOK JOT 3CXSCTT T9SL blown off on a windy day Judge AMD ASHE TQ4UC A warranted cure lor aH dteasea cansed by malarial polsealar d fersv the Wood such as Ccin Ferer and Ague Sua Pate Da ab Cnrils Intermittent XeHiiiteaC BUloas asd all otaerTeTen case4 jgjgK wmm u aware m j LIFE - - 1 I - j i j j Use the greatspecific for colditthead and catarrh Dr Sages Catarrh RemdV The Soft Answer She impatiently Oh George dear How you do smokol Do you buy your cigars by the hundred He ever patient weisrht or by tho ton The former love I suppose as I buy ihem by the hundred and the man waits for his money London Punch ors taken in for the summer OF By Ben GEN GRANT y7 Teurtk Ht Claelaastl fct Perfcy Poons Oflctat Biiyjraphtr U S Om - uenae ony Vrtst ana iter u t iiTiany u u-Complete from uv the cial and rfcAly UUtitraUdvcorJu cradle to the RraYe Sereral year In preparaUoa tseaoimoas Dont betiirited by imitation Qutflta 75claad Astat Wanted XTUS8 AXJ Sonrre Ageaa BXeTKJEX If at all 5romptly Â¬ Â¬ CocnoRin an advertisement Board- - man-of-w- ar i LE PACES UNEQUALLED roftc EM ENTl NO WOOD OtASS CHINA PAPER LEATHC SI j - - 1 -- -- ii i The extreme depth of misery a small boy with a pair of new boots and no mud pudddle Golden Days m LIQUID GLUE LOWOOH -- i as the boy said when the schoolmistress seated him with tho girls ings they are but we wish they could be t ansported to some other clime Bos- Â¬ ton Bulletin So Capitai punishment LM 5J AVARDD COLD MEDAL 9Taa-Pa-fJaa w a ca VfcWfcNT CO ULUUwfcSTCR EYEK YWHR Samvl Ha Cam m cm u JJ uy a k oy uc i9K AIIASJa Cats are expert climbers Texas Sitt- Â¬ -- i - A DOUAR a pound for tea safd the Is not that too steep careful buyer And the truthful grocer answered Yes sir Boston Commercial Bulletin looking at an ostrich On if I only had a necklike that what collar I could wear said tho duilejwhile -Seat In thf Ct tke raark ery paclcaare vrorld nr Trade xeaatsenmti la ha marked JPnueera ML EYXXTWHXKK AXLE GREASE H Sherwood A 1 FRAZER Dc - i -- I f P ulrkansaic Traveler m Invaluable to t rachcrs and tnrttfperwaWe ta all leara era saving time and labor of teacher Ycffft aMaar tlme tts cost Price Is bi rd S ceats wc M Addresa 1L B PALXBt3las Xeir XaritClty Paliiws Want Frlnlwr ZgZZftz Parsoa Carlyle Petertfleaete - - ort is the best thing to quiet the stom Â¬ ach of a seasick man Thi3 may not bo news but it is a fact Harpers Bazar IlIi humor often comes preparations from a retort The flour mission Boston Transcript m GUBCn Ohio by tT Xlatea Srlahta StscM aad all Kldneyand lTrlaaryTraM L KrtTV At Green Spring Saadiafcy Comaty Write for M palclrs Taraer like chemical Ait- - Jr C t rt J t to make good bread eomaihwteaa V U L IHCfcSCTTLAWS aad fljaant Peailaaifee tegae4 erpaa6 aa teva Write far elrealara caccec4 or aa Pymrtnm Â¬ In her great catar act look graceful Hio The grandest performance out Niagara mas can carry a feather bed aad Philadelphia Call AWMgCOK3iICX4SOX1 a 3 ATtteRHtrfttteeatlxalandftaesttosea k9 11U - Send f or catatesse AMmt A fi il WeaTerOnnftPlaaaCo rorlcPa - v- 1 iti- c - - - -- i Brain faver i3 it Oh doc thur its a proud man I am the day The ould drnan schwears OI niver had enough iT Y Herald fur a cockroach 4ence Patient waere W8Meaeaaareiajjprice-ssijT-HAIR H limxaieL y4 mmiuBHk a WIgsiBMP aadWavw aeat C 01aay Samples freto Carpet Weavers mmA Ins address to 1 1 AV UIXJK Eases Saptaa M4e uiftil ll RED ea Cetta TarkisJt 4 a Job was the first Boston Budget doctor1 he had pa OiXGBR - - u - AK -- 1 TLPOHMAanaa Trested and cared arltaoat ta jraWa Ikofc omrearment eatfre Jfrntza E lOiJ i nn - J HACArtTS 1 Â¬ Man and Beast Mustang Liniment Is older than most men and used more and more every yearv -- Magnolia Balm not is a secret aid to beauty Many a lady owes her fres nessto it who wotiJiradber -- - - 1 tellandw cmntteJL 1 - m -- jy - fcfi I JrjgSa MLi