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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - s - r SPEHCR COOPEi The Hazel Green Herald Owner and Editor THE HERALD OF A HOISY WORLD WITH 3STEWS FROM ALL IJTATIOS 18S5 THE AVERAGE GIRL- - 100 A YEAR Alwy in fWMj VOLUME fa tke Ka4 I HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 7 MOTHERS OLD HYMN Throngh the trembling folds of the twilight bean on the river the night he had dis- Â¬ dim T can hear the strain of that grand old hymn appeared The matter was quickly Which mother whose heart Is now still and settled We were returning a chance cold movement showed me on Johnsons Enrr amidst her cares in the days of old There was something about it undefined That charmed ino quiet the troubled mind Oer the bleak hearts breathed with a spirit bland Like a warm south wind oer a frozen land And crowning it all with a strange deep chord Like the throb of the heart of the blessed Lord That shed through the fainting soul abroad A sense ot the pitying love of God The songs of the singers that fame has crowned In the flood of the years are lost and drowned But mothers old hymn every pause and tone With the growth of time has the sweeter grown And it seems not out of the past to come An echo only of lips that are dumb But down fiom the home of the glorified It lias always come since the day she died We know not the music that spirits hear As earth is receding and heaven drawn near But treading deaths vallev of shadows dim I ask but to hear my mothers hvmn llaltimorean NUMBER 32 PITH AND POINT Hazel Geeen Herald slj aerisnbllBbed in Wolfe Ounty clrralKts largely Jn tbo counties of Law rwce Wolfe Morran Powell Menifee 31a rfla Bretteitt Elliott Estill Fleyd with-Ht rate and Kaett the latter eleven belnrPerry newspaper as advertisement in its columns than by any other zseaBS Try It and be convinced i He gave evidence in a low firm voice weight settle across nry chest and lost to the efiect that the drowned man had consciousness How long 1 la- - in that AN EYE FOR COLOR rittf d advertisers can reach more people by AinrlMac KMIIbm la Kratsebr ETKKV WEDSESDAY MORKEfS kerefore r of any kiad THE HERALD 3XUSKZD SPENCER COOPER JUid XMltOT ae Tear jloo GO KxMonths Alwjr tn Adnwc tmso subscription will be entered upon our books unless accompanied by the money and bo subscription Trill be received for less than Six Months ADVERTISING BATES TransieBt advertisements inserted at cents per inch first Insertion and twwrty ave cents for each icbsequent inser- sev-eaty-fl- ve One Copy SCE6CRIPII0X tl rates llcb One Tear 8 M 10tt Elites on larger advertisements made kBown oh application Address SPENCKR COOPER Haaol Green Ky PROFESSIONAL J M KASH THE BLOODY MAEK ATTOltllEVAT LAW HAZEL GREEN KT- Will practice In Wolfe and adjoining- conn ties Collections will receive prompt atten - A Plain Unvarnished Story of Remarkaole Events Â¬ tion In an age when scientific men are PATTERSON Hi EAZELRIGG- - ATTORNEYS AT LAW MTL STERLING KY SAMUEL McKEE ATTORNEY AT LAW Ko 441 W Jefferson street teCISTlIXE KT 99 Iraeticesin all the State Courts and special attention given to JdndB in business of all the United States Courts A PORTER LACY ATTORNEY AT LAW NOTARY PUBLIC AND EXAMINER F DEPOSITIONS Hazel Green Et 3 M Qdiiaak c Ltkixs HEAL ESTATE AGENTS Cam ton Ky Titles examined taxes paid for Collections a specialty bought and sold on commission Seal estate Will prac tico in Wolfe and adjoining counties DR R B GARDNER non-residents ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND QGiLLKT iYKINS j Hazel Gheen Ky Offers his services to the people of Wolfe and adjoining counties DR J M KASH PHYSICIAN AN8 SURGEON Hazel Gueen Ky Tenders his professional services to the citi zens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Office afresidence on Broadway 3 D3 TATJXBEE M D HAZEL CREEK KY SGTON AND PHISJGIAH iCGOUCSEUa Â¬ Tenders his professional services t the peo ple or Wolfe and adjoining counties Office atxeeideuce on Hazel Green Heights HOTELS IDATT HOUSE HAZEL GREEN KY D S CODSEY Proprietor Patronage is respectfully solicited from eferyoody more especially the traveling public First class accommodations and atisfaction guaranteed JLiJRArri HOUSE HAZEL GREEN KY JOHN H PIERATT Proprietor HTThe table is supnlie with the fcest Ib tbo market and first class accommodation will be furnished for man and beast MORGAN HOUSE WEST LIBERTY KY beginning to recognize the fact that there are certain forces which under certain mental condition manifest themselves by phenomena hitherto un- Â¬ recognized or scorned as the result of successful imposture a tale partaking of the marvelous should need no apol Â¬ Such tales heard at second ogy hand have hitherto only served to create a pleasant horror No ele- Â¬ ment of truth has been ascribed to them- - they are forgotten as soon as hcird Perhaps the story of an eye Â¬ witness may help people to understand that in this commonplace work-a-da- y world strange things arc happening and that the veil which divides the seen and the unseen is very sl ght and unsubstantial There will be uo need ot oraffcsly worded description The plain unvarnished story is strange enough The scene of my story is laid in the little college in Pennsylvania from which I graduated It was barely ten years ago but the college was very conservative and hold ng to old tra Â¬ ditions resembled a boarding school of to day rather Lhan a college Among its petty rules was one that all chumming should be done by lot that is a fellow was not allowed to choose his own room mate but was obliged to abide by the man drawn for him by lot How so unsatisfactory a method could have bcen natituted I can not tell however such was the case I as an inval d had been al-Â¬ lowed to room alone Directly below me during my senior year were two freshmen a Westerner and a South- Â¬ erner who by the curious system be- Â¬ fore alluded to had been thrown to fjcther though perfectstrangers Never made a worse selection Fcr the Hr t term they managed well enough though there were several quarrels they were both of hot tem- Â¬ per but in the last term continued dis Â¬ putes involving blows often obliged me to interfere as a peacemaker There was no remedy they could not tell the authorities that they could not live in peace together I think it was chiefly the Southerners fault He was a raw ignorant lad lrom a rough mountain district of Nrth Carolina brought up by hard words and only instilled with the idea that it was manly to tight up Â¬ on the slightest occasion One morning in December the South- Â¬ erner was absent from the breakfast table The Professor who sat at the had of the table as monitor inquired of the Westerner Johnson it his room- Â¬ mate was ill Johnson replied that he had started to skate down the Schuyl- Â¬ kill to Millsville in the moonlight to see some friends and that he had not returned that he probably had stayed over nirht Nothing further was said aL the time but ihe Southerner did not return nor did he viit his friends in Millsville It was agreed that he must have fallen into au air hole The ailair caused some excitement in the college but was soon forgotten It was agreed i hat if such had been his fate theljody would be found when the ice broke up in the spring It was noticeable that Johnson mingled rather more with the fellows hitherto he had been a hard -- glimpse I obtained a red mar So much did it recall to my mind the hor- Â¬ rible disfigurement on the neck of the corpse that noting it was the hand which had raised that of the corpse I involuntarily caught up his hand but I was mistaken Nothing I said in reply to his inquiry I thought I saw something on your hand I remem- Â¬ bered this fact however later The next morning I was awakened by a vehement knocking at my door It was just four by the clock the sun had not vet risen Wondering what this sudden summons might be I unlocked my door and in stumbled John-Â¬ son muttering and moaning his ap- Â¬ pearance indicating an extreme of fright Falling into an ann ebair he lay back white still Promptly I threw some water in his face and pressing a brandy flask between his teeth urged on him a full draught This had its efiect and he recovered sufficiently to tell me his story Drake he aid I I I killed my chum Horror struck I recoiled from him but with an outstretched deprecating hand he continued But in Gods name not pur- Â¬ posely Then as if the confession had given him strength he went on That night we had quarreled and he came for me with a knife I seized him by the throat and held him back God knows I did not intend to do it In mv blind rage and in fear of my life I held him until he fell a heavyweight at my feet What could 1 do 1 worked to bring him back to life did you not notice his face and the mark of Â¬ wrist as it seemed in the moments condition I can not tell When I came to myself the sun was shining in a gentle breeze played with the curtain the birds were singing and the ehapel bell was ringing I raised myself won- Â¬ I had for- Â¬ dering why I felt so weak gotten the nights terrors but catching sight of Johnson all came back at the sight His face was blackened hs tongue protruded from his mouth a Dloody mark burned dimly on his Â¬ But could J have staid here Would I not have bad to go bak to my old life a d give up the college life I have so earnestly worked for I could not have gone elsewhere So I took the loathsome thing up and through my open win Â¬ dow I stole down over the fields skulking m the shade speeding over the moonlit places with all the horror of a guilt man And I am guilty now Then down to the river and the air hole and to see the body drop into the icy deuths and then rising through theblack water show the aw Â¬ ful face with that blood mark burning at the throat He spoke in rapid tones with rapid gestures as he recalled the awful experiences of that night I sat frigd with horror It will thought I if I do turn his brain and so carefully I not soothe him qiretcd h m speakiug to h m gently and slowly You have been guilty11 I said but you can yet make reparation Make a clean breast of it all and clear your mind of its trouble I w 11 he said but not yet Let mc have but a day or two to compose myself But I have not told you all This morning just before I came to you i woke up and saw that horrible face at the window of my room Johnson I exclaimed now not doubting that his m nd was going recall yourself Dont let the horror of all this overcome you There was no such thing It was your imagina- Â¬ tion man I dreamed the whole thing over and wak Â¬ again he said solemnly ing witn every limb trembling with fear I aw it as plain as I see you -- start ng up nry fingers on his throat Oh believe me Iieieve me i For the love of Heaven believe me he cried falling before mc and bowing hi head between his hands upon my knees And 1 thr re was a sincerity in his speech that carried conietion of truth I believed him Johnson 1 sad I believe you But win did you not tell the truth you won d not have been in danger In danger No he cxclamed Â¬ him that such an appearance was a natural consequence of his mental con- Â¬ dition There is no need of describing the means I used to quiet him but At least he finally convinced him This said sleep with me to night 1 promised readily I fcta ed with him and on all day Toward night I oil had so far succeeded that he had be- Â¬ come composed and was fully deter- Â¬ mined to confess all to the proper au- Â¬ We slept together that thorities That is just it Isaid andlshowed student JAMES H COLE Proprietor Patronage of the traveling public is re Tpectfullr solicited Table always suppled with the bestin the market Stable attached ASHLAND HOUSE NEAR POST OFFICE LEXINGTON FiBST CLASS KENTUCKY mm EiSONilLE SOXS H E BOSWELL Proprietors CAMPTON HOUSE CAMPION KY ALEX J ASBURY Proprietor The table is supplied with the choicest vi ends in the market and the charges are rea Foaable Special inducements to Csmmercial teunsta Insure Your Property IN THE OLD Mi ton OF HAKTFOKD ttttt rtt Gnonr CONN- - Wklch Deal la Reliable Indemnity Net Ckeap Iascrance m6 Tried and Fire Testeri- THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST OMCATIUl 6iftM vvimaOH one spring morning a body supposably that of the Southerner was found swaying up and down against the dam at Mills villc Johnson perhaps felt that I was Jus best friend in college I liked the man and when he was called to the inquest he asked me to accompany him I disliked the idea but could not refuse There was a sickening sense of horror in the little white washed room of the police staton where the inquest was held The plain wooden furniture the group of earnest troubled men the bustling activity of the Coroner the open wi dow with its view of the winding river and there in the corner the marble slab the awful something shrouded in whte with the water tricklng over the face from the half turned faucet form a picture as fresh in mind as though I had seen them only yester-Â¬ day Johnson was deathly pale but on entering the room as if impelled by an irresistablc impulse he approached the body and drew down the sheet from its face A horrible fascination bade me look In the bloated face blackened with protruding tongue one could not have recognized the Southerner The head was bruised and battered by the ice and there on the neck the result of some collision probably there was a deep red mark or rather smooch that added to the ghastliness of the whole How could Johnson bear so earnestly to gaze at itJ How could he lift the hand as he did a moment to his lips Was he sorrowing over the bitter disagree- Â¬ ments the hato he had felt for the un Â¬ fortunate man As had been expected I do not ask 3 011 to believe me I can only tell the story as it happened That night I awoke feeling a strange Johnson was sleeping uneasiness very soundly the result of his intense excitement A glimmer of dawn was in the room Casting a glance through the room door into the study beyond in the half light of the window I saw Oh the horror of it the exact simili- Â¬ tude of that ghastly face blackened with protruding tongue the bloody mark upon its throat 1 lost consciousness and when I came to it was full dawn and John- Â¬ son was still sleeping quietly at my 1 said nothing to Johnson I dressed myself half dazed and went out to prayers Casting my eyes up at the window what was my dread and awe to see on the sill a blood- - mark It faded out before my eyes as I looked John Drake I said to myself are your senses leaving you that you allow 3 our imagination to play such tricks with 3011 But though mentallyl was convinced that ail I had seen was nothing more or less than the results of horror upon my imagination the awfulness of it weighed upon me all day yet I deter-Â¬ mined not to be overcome I resolved to sleep again with Johnson that night He had awaked refreshed and com- Â¬ posed and told me that on thesucceed lngjday he would make his confession That night I locked the study and the room doors and after long wakefulness fell asleep Will you believe me when L say J awoke with the same feeling of dread I had xprienced the preceding nght heard the locked doors open heard a shutfiing step come acrosa tnc stuay enter the room we were In it is no idle story that the bristles under great fear felt a Â¬ night side It was a wonderful thing that this climax of horror did not permanently affect my brain It was a week before was around agan the plvysicians regarded it as a wonderful convalescence I told them the story in full as soon as I had regained strength They nodded to one another as if it confirmed some decision the had made Mr Drake the- - said there is a very simple ex-Â¬ planation to your story Mr Johnson was insane He was of a morbidly conscientious temperament There was no doubt about the cause ol the Southerners death He di d by drowning Johnson affected by his death remembering their continued disputes the hate they felt for one another grieved so deeply over the fact that death shut off all chance for reconciliation an in his con- trition actually began to believe that he had killed the man The post mortem examination reveals not only the tact that he died from the effects of an unsuspected chronic lung trouble but also that he was insane But why if he was busied in self accusation I asked did he mingle so much more with the fellows The last struggles of sanity to drown the voice of insanity they replied But how can you explain the apparitions the bloody marks on his wriit on the window and on his throat All fancy Is it wonderful that a ho rible tale told as he told it with all the aspect of truth should have affected ou You say you told him his imagination was deceiving him You had better have looked out for our own As for yourself go to some quiet countiy village and neither read nor write but walk and talk and live easily and pleasantly giving your brain an entire rest for at least three months If you dont you may have brain fever It ma- - have been fancy but you could not with every argument conceivable make me believe in the unreality of what 1 saw and heard This is my story Explain it as you mare white V Why of course shes white will Hartford Times An aint dat buggy red Certaiuly its red HOME MADE ELECTRICITY An dat ere lap robe its kinder The Inventions Which Arc Revolution aller aintt it izing Household Economies Looks a little that way Ill admit We can not allow another week to go said H 11 Yes an de dog on de lap robe ho b without calling the attention of all looks pretty brown dont he Mistah those who are interested in the appli- Â¬ Hill an de wh ps jes a little green cation of electric light to the dwellings aint it Mistah Hill of every day people to the beautiful Why of course what of it Well its jes dis way Mistah Kill portable ta le lamps just completed and exhibited for the first time H the yon see Ise purty considble black Eastern Arcade which seems to have myself an my gal well shes what a oeautiul rich molasses solved the dilieulty over which electri- Â¬ you might call fraiJ Mistah Hill color an Ise dat cians have been breaking their heads a red buggy wif a yaller robe wif a for some time past in a manner so sim Â¬ brown dog on it wif a green whip all ple and so complete that tie question hitched to a white boss wouldnt ex arises as it often does when a difficulty ackly hamonue wif a black niggah an is finally sol ed why did no one think a molasses kulled gal Mistah Hil an of it before And et it has taken three so if you kin jes kinlv gimme de olo years of hard and continuous work to bay horse an1 de black bugzy I specs bring to its present perfection a lamp it would mo kinder hamouize wif my which is within reach of any ordinary ecstatic taste Mistah Hill home and which after the first expense Mr Hill admitted his mistake and costs the very moderate sum of two the gentleman was provided with what cents an hour to burn while it has all he wished and drove oil amidst the the brilliancy and softness of the best applause of the spectators Hill has iucandescent lights The difficulties in determined to take up the study of domestic electric lighting hae been color as applied to out door decoration that all the applications of it hitherto before proceeding any further with the invented have required a dynamo in- Â¬ liverv business St Paul Herald volving a considerable amount of horse power For these reasons no one un Â¬ SLAVES OF QUININE able to go to enormous expense could attempt it Growing Abu of That Drug as Inventions for storing electricity by Theported by an Ipe Town Apothcry Re Â¬ the dozen came out but the electricity Have you noticed the growing uso always managed to ooze away Then a druggist in tho vicinity arrangements were attempted for hav Â¬ of quinine ing central stations and laying electric of the Fifth Avenue Hotel asked last light on to the houses in a given area night At the same moment he bowed much in the same manner as the gas and smiled to a tall red whiskered man companies do now but unexpected who strolled in difficulties arose here about the sta- Â¬ Just watch this customer he said tions and though this plan has suc- Â¬ The man was very thin and cadaver Â¬ ceeded in some of the foreign capitals Without saying a word London remained behind as she gener- Â¬ ous looking he walked up to the soda fountain and ally manages to do in such matters Men of wealth have one by one been the boy drew out a pill box poured lighting up their charming houses in three pills into the palm of the custom- Â¬ this manner but to the ordinary man ers hand set a glass of mineral water of moderate means and in all houses in front of him and turned to the next of limited incomes it has been hitherto customer The tall man swallowed ihe beyond reach Now comes the table pills drank the water turned on his lamp and to all appearances it is like Â¬ heel and stalked away with another pleasant nod to the proprietor ly to revolutionise domestic lighting That costs him a dollar and forty The solution of the problem is that said the proprietor cents a week there is no horse power required no He and before long it will kill him dynamo no wires The light which extremely brilliant is produced from started to take one five grain pill every is a galvanic battery contained in an night about six months ago he now which oblong box fits into a takes fifteen grams a night before ho which case may bo of china foes home so that it will brace up for his dinner Within a wood or metal The lamps at present month he will be taking twenty grains bei g exhibited are in repousse brass cases and we doubt whether an bet- Â¬ a night Of c ursc ho takes it at home ter form can be given to them than this besides what he gets hero Ive gone A certain measurement is necessary to out of my way three or four times to allow for the battery itself and the re- Â¬ explain to him that he had a good deal ceptacle for the acid solution so that better drink rum even if he is adea on when not in use or when it i wished in church but his answer is a simple to moderate the light the zinc plates one he says quinine makes him feel may be wo ind up which is done by a cheerful and strong and it has no ill small crank in the side either com- effects He tried stopping it once and pletely free of the solution or so as caved in hence he wants to know why only to leae a small portion in it he should stop You cant combat The solution itself is said to be ex-Â¬ such reasoning as that Have you many such regular cus- Â¬ tremely weak so that no danger is tomers likely to occur from the pouring away Well to be accurate we have only of the spent acid when the lamp is fill- Â¬ three men who come in every day and trimmed which is done simply by the week but tli re at the ing the recept cle with fresh solution pay many end ofwho take their quinine are others The lamp is warranted to burn over as regularly as most drinking folks Fix hours at full light and for much take longer if turned low In its present greattheir whisky to It is certainly a temptation organized form it is chiefly applicable for halls and frail people Allweaklyhave to do the libraries or dining rooms But a hangÂ¬ is to swallow a pill or two and thev ing lamp is aboit to be introduced feel robust wide awake and cheerful and the patentees have already proÂ¬ grows vided a number of special designs in The practiceseems toon them continu be spreading fot ally and it hand painted chna London News our sales of quinine arc constantly growing A good proportion of tho All alone my custom comes from women who glow A coincidence dear child Im afraid that husband ot fatigued or weary while shopping ind yours neglects you terribly Hes al- Â¬ who instead of buying nutrition lunch Â¬ 5e8 eon or drinking a wholesome bottle of ways at his club when I call mamma but hes at home all otker porter or ale resort to the insidious qrdnine pill- Boston FgsL times N T But Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 self-accuin-- throat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Colored Man Who Had a Notloa tm L Philosophical Dissertation Upon am la tho Artistic Fitness of Things terestlng Topic Dan W one of our best known It is now confessed that cause affect and most fashionable scions of Africs ill things and that a sparrow lives sunburnt race entered Hills livery sta-Â¬ under the laws of the universe just as ble at the Seven Corners on Monday truly as that Dante or Webster is the Some half dozen loungers Bxpresson of his period evening The girl of were holding down the available chairs to day is therefore a new form of in the office thinkins about nothing human nature because new influences and occasionally giving vent to the re- Â¬ can not but bring about new shapes of sults of their cogitations by word of character The girl who is enjoying to the full the liberty of education and mouth al- Â¬ best form of American social and home Hill Dan Mistah said Ise ways been a good customah of dis heah life is really an object to be admired her stable haint 1 Got all my rigs to de Her vivacity her industry her witcom- Â¬ taste her kindness are such as to las twoyeahs I bleve Certainly Dan returned Mr Hill pel the notice and admiraton of an anchorite- - The liberty and equality graciously which are the cardinal ideas of the Well now I tell you wha I done want Mistah Hill ise gwin- - ridin country have helped the modern girl servitude just as truly aa wif my gal dis ebenin an I want jes away from helped es- Â¬ they have the about do toniest rig yousc got in de cape the old yoke slaves to they which shop fathers had All right Dan sad Hill your and their The daughter worn for centuries desires shall be fulfilled to the letter can converse with her father of fifteenÂ¬ and mothSam bring out the wh te mare and er and mature friends Fear has de- Â¬ put a gold plated harness on her away modesty Bdl run out that red geared s de bar parted without taking a reign of ego- Â¬ and without bringing in rig there and see that there isnt a tism and disrespect Terrorism was speck of dust about it Now you always a blemish in society whether it Tom you get that yellow lap robe existed between man and hus- Â¬ with the brown dogs head oa it band and wife or parentservantchild and and that nice ivon --handled whip of Force is the law of brutes and hence mine You bet Dan well rend you terrorism to the brute king Â¬ out in such shape that our friends dom and belonged came into mans world in on the Gold Coast wouldnt know times when tho wall was not high be Â¬ you tween the animal and the human The spectators sat silently watching The educated girl of to day overflows the preparations while Dan stood pol- Â¬ with affection toward her parents ishing up his shiny silk hat nowandthen Sharp words fearful reprimands are casting an anxtous eye at Hill linally unusual The child so fully desires to everything was ready and with a parent wishes should be hearty slap on Dans back Illll said do what the home life is a constant done that the There old boy just climb into that flow of companionship and affection and you can bet your life that there ot author Â¬ wont be another colored girl in St rather than the eternal reign Paul that will go driving in any such ityThe girl of to day with rare excep- Â¬ style this week tions is industrious and with a breadth Well jes hoi on a minnlt Misrah of invention and execution Â¬ Hill said Dan rather dubiously Ise cal and often mean essaysThe ironion the fraid dat wont scasely do fo dis woman of the present picture her as chicken little except for accompany- Â¬ good Well heres gratitude for you I ing a for wanderSaratoga trunk Here I ings in summer and foron its fashion- Â¬ must say returned Hill filling swell 3 ou out with a rtg that half of able engagements in winter Much of my white customers couldnt get and this by the few is youve got the gall to say it wont do but sarcasmthe deserved of girls are millions when What do you mean by such talk anv thought of as they are ornamenting way their mothers homes in the villages Now jes wait a secon Mistah and cities the honest heart can not but Hill till I splans dis ting praps llse confess that the word girl never mistaken ah may be its all right but meant more than it means to day jes tell me now hones aint that This being when found in her best Josh Billingst The rasus who b4s bit twice by the same dog jb beiiac adapted to that kind of bnsiiHs iaa any other It is impolite to talk to a when he is reading It is just as im Â¬ polite to read to a man when h is talking Philadelphia CalL The American always imagines tkat unless he has charge of the unierse some planet will shirk its duty asd some constellation will go off on a picÂ¬ nic 2VL Jl Herald A cynical bachelor of another citr says woman is a sood deal like the ac cordeon You can draw her out but she makes music if you attempt to Bhut her up Yonkers Statesman Uncle John said AnnabeUe you muse congratulate me I am graduated iPnii grunted Uacle John so is our old thermometer out m the barn but what Is it good for Old Mr Ignoramus This new School teacher aint fit for bu iness-Commissioner s the master What with him He cant Old Mr L spell worth a cent Cant spell No cant even spell he told my darter to day that skeeters was spelled with an m Golden Bays School Board visior while exam Â¬ Where is the north ining a scholar pole know sir Dont I dont you Are you not asanraed that yoo dont know where the north pole is Why sir if Sir John Franklin and Dr Kane and Captain Nares and Markham couldnt find it how should I know where it is Buffalo Exprsss Do you ever have a dreadfulth ed feeling come over you asked the patÂ¬ ent medicine manufacturer of afrieocL who complained of not feeling- well Oh yes often replied the friend You should try a bottle of my cure all How often do yon experience this Every time I see tired feeling your advertisement on the fences -- if A -- -- -- i 4 - Ar Jl limes 4 estate can go gracefully from her silk dress and piano to a plain garb and to work among plants or to the kitchen or to a mission school class Nothing any longer is beyond her In the city she can easily walk three miles Lan- Â¬ guor has ceased to be fashionablo sleep in the daytime not to be endured The soul is thought to be action not repose All can contradict these words of praise because all who think a mo- Â¬ ment can find exceptions in girls who are always just dead with a headache or as averse a mummy to any kind of conversation or activity girls who are pleased with nothing and no Â¬ body These exceptions are so disa- Â¬ greeable that they seem to mar the whole world and make the beautiful In matters of characters invisible this kind one can only offer opin- Â¬ ions One dare not assert with confi- Â¬ dence At a popular summer resort where quite a number of these sixteen-year mortals were met and observed daily it appeared in evidence and in common fame that to be full of obedience toward parents of kind- Â¬ ness toward all persons and things to be industrious to be full of inquiry and rational talk was not the excep- Â¬ tion but the average of condition Why should a few girls of marked vanity and of giggling tendencies oast into reproach that multitude whose hearts are as innocent as the June flowers and June birds Much of the ruin in character comes in the later years of woman when the imprudence of late dancing late suppers and the mental anxiety ana pernaps sorrows which come from the vain efforts of the heart to create a paradise of pleasure away from duty make the cheeks fade early and the eye lose its luster in the morning like a sun that goes behind clouds before noon As for noble girls of sixteen the Western Continent is full of them They are in the cities in s We the villages in the streets along all meet them on all paths in the lonely and lovely coun- Â¬ try They are ready for all duty and happiness and constitute to all us old- Â¬ er and fading hearts the most beautiful and divine scene on earth David Siring in Current Â¬ farm-hou-e- Lilian Whiting says sleep is al-Â¬ most a lost art and suggests that a society be formed to encourage experi- Â¬ ments in sleep on the part of American women If Lilian were to dismiss her young man before 2 a m and object to his calling seven nights a week she would get more sleep and changehcr opinion about the luxury being a lost art Norrislown Herald x The last echoing whack of tha skate strap died away and the thrill Â¬ ing howl that followed it faltered out in a tremulous sob as the boy emerged from the woodshed a little wiser and a Do not come near great deal sadder me he said haughtily as his sister Ann approached her lips aquiver with sarcastic condolences I bear on my person the burden of royalty the prince of wails is all over my back But his sister Ann with republicax sim Â¬ plicity thought that he had just been No the catching hail Columbia boy said bitterly it was a skate He was monarchical tothe satrap bitter end to both ends in fact Bur delte TONES OF VOICE An Important Factor In the Indication eS Kmotlons and Db poaitlens If then care is needed to select our language so as to express with accu Â¬ racy the thoughts we wish to convey certainly an eqnal care is desirable that our tones of voice shall signify with equal accuracy those emotions or dis Â¬ positions which it is desirable to make manifest The chief difference between the savage and the civilized man is in Ihe power and the habit of self controL Some of the emotions need develop- Â¬ ment some restraint all need training- Ihey are not all fit for utterance nor of those that are is it wise to give unreservedly to the world There is no wav of repressing feeling so effectual as to deny its expression The very effort so to calm the tones of our voiee as to express less anger than one feels will of ifself allay the anger and bring about a milder mood Tho brave strugÂ¬ gle to endure necessary suffering without inflicting cries and lamentations upoa friends will enhance ones power of enÂ¬ durance He who resolutely changes a whining and fretful tone for a cheer ful one will soon find much less to fret abont So in many other instances it is true that objectionable feelings will decrease if men steadily discard tka tones of voice which convey them Such controL however does not end1 with repression Many of the emotions need not less but more expressio to develop them into fuller - existence Some people are afraid of puttiagtoo much emphasis too much tendeTaes too much feeling into their tones of voice and assume a careless or colds manner an indifferent or nnimpreeexTe tone to hide what they really iesi4 Now if the emotion itself is a good one and its influence beneficial it should be encourared bv everr aoro- priate means The world has sed oC all the love and tenderness all tk sympathy and compassion all the cor-Â¬ diality and kindness that existe aad eir whatever of these men feel i should find a ready oetlet iLlk hearts tones of their voices a3 wefi as more substantial ways Pkitadaipm va - - THE PROFESSION A Woman Who Was Guilty of sional Conduct 3 Unprofes- Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ -- In driving out into the country on the Grand River Road a few days ago a Detroit Iawver encountered a horse and bugsy driven by a woman As she was driving on the wrong side of the road he made up his mind not to As a consequence give up his rights The two horses finally came to a stand- Â¬ still with their noses rubbing each other The lawyer stared at the wo- Â¬ man and the woman stared back Then he pulled a newspaper from his pocket and began reading In a minÂ¬ Ledger ute she had her knitting out and was r industriously at work Ten long min- Â¬ Foreign Time utes in a broiling sun passed away and the lawyer looked up and as iced The Lake of Constance in SwkBtc- How long are you going to stay land although not large is bcuwie here you five different countries Austria Bava Â¬ How long are --All day ria Switzerland WurtembergawtBf And Ill stay here a whole week den Now as each country recke Jla He read and she knit for another ten time after its capital consideraiW minutes and then the lawyer called fusion exists along the lake wMefca out often annoving to tourists Tc Do you know that Tm a lawyer difference e g betwtwa I dont care for that she replied Austrian time amounts to Swiw tka of the Im the wife of a Justice twenty eight minutes ACwarito Peace dwpisc Oh ah excuse me madam Real- Â¬ of the steamboats bak m wka ly but if Id known you belonged to letter has to ascertain are doposfted so a the purfesh this would not have hap-Â¬ country the mails I to pened Take this side madam takf AX- put oaa proper kSadoi a stamp Tt uaJf BAduu s w i rriBi kwiv tnf the whole road Oh no no no Im sorry 1 de- Â¬ j form for altfeougk there k a Gr k tained you Here drive on and ex- Â¬ ritiiinn drOWMd Jt cuse me if I have been guiltv of unpro Â¬ ctimn fnr iesta kCe be focwaaiuu Detroit fessional condvst m tembsrg will set XwvmgftaL Tics Tersa Prrts a Z 7 i i ad erIIy 4 -- fs l Z- m 11 111 ron us -B9 LCv f A v - a vT 1U 2afe- - tieCf - t- - v- - X - vs - u j im maauiia3jaiac m r V - io- - rysf8 s get on quite as well without it It is STATE NEWS Young Wen Sead This like the ottoman cover I once saw a lady The Yoltaic Belt Company of MarÂ¬ Mir a Yaar Akrtvt in Advance worK cne was ail bent up and was put- dispatch from Owingsviile to the shall Mich offer to send their celebrated ong ner eves out counting stitches 1 nnnmr Electro Voltaic Belt and other electric r sirTnT of si at Uie Hazel EJerei fcecead clasg Green Pestoffice as don t get any time Mr reading she asid school house four infles cast of this place j appliances on trial for thirty days to plaintively as she picked up some beads Grant Purvis a malicious little devil men young or old affiicted with nervous aJ matter on a needle You must have a jrreat ownfi nrc Wumn an o it i debility and all kindred troubles Also C lv t AAl 8on ot Mt- - fenrout twelve years old tor for rheumatism- - neuralgia paralysis and d y er VOTE OTTO Ak TTYa And nn cnoni-irfi- ri w ijL i jliu m 1 n i rtf jr veiy weetaild iits Irenlatlnn 1cpeo-- hWtflnnrvet she had snent more time em- 11cnm 1 trivial tne ar w leuow a Toiow va-- many other diseases Complete restora- Â¬ 1i ieHaa in uuiuuujgaiiuituiuu Jvra wHtntilmtn uuguimpicuBui Juno ucaic I on tion to health and vigor guaranteed No little wiia eacn Issue it Is therefore- Droaaciotn tnan would nave sumced to the hend with a nip rtf a fPTiPAmil nrl risk is incurred as thirty days trial is al- Â¬ v read 20 good books It does not have injured him perhaps iatally It was lowed Write then at once for illus- Â¬ THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM the being economical for 4 Kter Kentucky cknred ferates are the poor merit of materials would have thousht vesterdav that the boy was dead trated pamphlet free and the alwttt klf these price of the other uui Julie vUck as leeal family uewKpapes do not KfttiorVif iTnnr1 TvmrfenmA dfimfisl frr fwft hopeue rcviveu auertris sun outknown of Ins recovery Purvis is j ajmrc as an unmanageable fiend he not long JAinenaor rainereusoi seemgasquaw since having shot at Mrs Henry Tinch scat herself by unroll a er a neighborSPENCER COOPER Edftoe bundle of calicothe town apump make it hood respectable lady of that an inch Â¬ cut out dress the ball striking within of put it on and walk off all in about two her head Owing to his youth he was hours I have always regretted that he not prosecuted HAZEL GREEN KY did story by telling me Ashland was the WEDliESDAY tOCT 7 1885 thatnot continue theher abundant leisure tragedy on the night ofscene of a bloody the squaw spent beautifully I would not have women little after dark a man September 26 A by the name of reduce their to quite so simple a Democratic County Ticket performance sewing good deal would be Martin Dwyer entered the back yard of but a Booths FJectios First Monday in August 18SG gained if they would think more about another saloon where Mike Hainey and manwhose name was not learned living and less about its accidents were sitting at a table drinking beer For County Judge The transcendent fact is what we are without any provocation and not what we accumulate or possess Even Dwyer saying a word knocked 0 B SWA2TG0 without Haineys knowledge may be so used that it is mere- Â¬ friend from Tor County Attorney the table inflicting a severe Â¬ ly an ornament which keeps up a twink- wound in JOSEPH C LYKENS This done Tie ling about the mind like bright jewels at Hainey his face large knife and rushed witk a in pretty ears and is only a possession severed his head from his body almost i Por Countv Court Clerk killing and not a part of ourselves To fill time him instantly Dwyer then left the DAVID HOGG to pass it busily is not to use it Labor remises and fled in itself is not worthy The meanest Ehvycr and Hainey to parts inunknown For SherilT worked the nail work that makes home a lovely sacred mills and are both reported as tough G T CENTER place is consecrated and fit for the hands of a queen but delicate work that min- Â¬ characters For Circuit Court Clerk Mt Sterling Gazette As Henry 0 MT STERLINGisters to no human need even if it has TV F ELETJsS artistic merit to recommend it if it con- Â¬ Thomas was returning from this place sumes the hours a woman ought to use to his home below North Middletown For Assessor training her mind to think and her eyes last Friday and when near home he W G W CRUEY to see and making her brain something was halted by two convicts who escaped more than a mere filling for her skull is from the camp close by and who de manded his clothes and money He For Jailer but busy idleness and a waste of time to GEORGE TV DRAKE I hope the day will come when every agreed he comply Avith their request told them sympathized with them and woman who can read will be ashamed of asked them to take a drink with him For Survevor the column for ladies printed in some of our papers and which tells with more He handed them a bottle and while BURNS KASH H sarcastic emphasis than any words of they were engaged in drinking he quiet- Â¬ mine how some women choose to spend ly drew his pistol and marched them G For Coroner their leisure - Surely if they have time back to camp and received the reward PIELDEN COX to follow intricate directions for making for their capture The convicts are at all sorts of trimming not so good as that work on the Winchester and Pretty Run For County School Superintendent FRENCHBURG KY sold in the shops at two cents a yard turnpike JOHN M ROSE they may if they will find a few mo- Â¬ Danville and vicinity is excited over ments in which to read a book a reported faith cure performed there Breatliltt Announcements not long since A young lady of that G W Moore Prop We are authorized to announce B M Unfortunate Affair at Sharpsburg place had beon afflicted with a spinal dis- Â¬ COUBS a candidate for the office of Survey ease and had been bedridden for a year irt Sterling Gazette A WODHOEEE or of Breathitt county subject to the action Monday night A Dudley Crouch was or more A few days ago she was visit- Â¬ xf the Democratic party shot by John Ockmau at the hitters ed by a preacher from Cincinnati who house near Sharpsburg and is probably prayed with her and received assurance at this writing dead The particulars from her that she believed God could LEXINGTON KY A Crowing Demand are about as follows Crouch had been and would restore her to health At the Office at Treaey Wilsons Stable Calls Louisville Commercial The demand in Kentucky for a new to Sharpsburg and was considerably un- Â¬ conclusion of the exercises the preacher attended to throughout Central aud Eastern constitution is too strong to be silenced der the influence of whisky when he laid his hand on her head when she arose Kentucky perfectly is Ockmans Trithout the holding of a convention It er Sharps farm house which to on Wal and has dorestoredof aShe continues well fears relapse She and According Crouchs O comes from a majority of the people who statement he had proceeded about a her parents are resxcct3ble citizens of vote from nearly every member of the LODGING HOUSE Legislature and from the leading news- mile beyond Ockmans house when he Boyle county was overtaken by old man Brooks Ock- Â¬ N E Corner 5th and Jefferson Nick Fulman a cooper from Evans papers of the State The failure of the who prevailed upon ville who has been working in R Monode prescribed for revision by the old mans father-in-laLOUISVILLE KY constitution does not lesBen the demand him to return to Ockmans When they archs shop in Louisville met with a ter- Â¬ Entrance on itth up stairs Imt leads rather to more restlessness and arrived in the hitters yard Brooks called rible accident September 23 He was M WniTESfAN Night Clerk to inquiries for new methods The inter Â¬ to Ockman Here he is and Ockman working at a barrel head machine and came out with his pistol in his hand in order to keep the dust from blowing est in the sovereignty convention plan which has been suggested of late in vari- - Crouch realizing his situation leaned in his eyes had put up a door which was forward on his horse to avoid being shot off its hinges The wind blew the door quarters is not simply ephemeral but as he did so Ockman fired at him against him and knocked him over on President of the Great Â¬ Â¬ the ball striking Crouch in the right breast his machine One of his eyes was cut enThe right of the people to alter the in stitutions of the State at will is the basis just above the nipple and running down tirely out and part of his left cheek LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL CO of all free government If they could ward producing a fatal wound Brooks His nose and upper lip were cut off His Tells What He Knows of Bot to day abolish the entire constitu- Â¬ then went to Sharpsburg for a doctor recovery is doubtful tion of 1850 without regard to any and and Crouch was taken to that place A novel suit has been instituted in jdl opinions of the framers of that in Â¬ Yesterday morning he made a confession Franklin county It is under the gam Â¬ strument Kentuckians would not be free of religion and was baptized by Rev Mr bling act which provides that any one aen The chief difficulty that has arisen Caldwell He also made his will and a losing money on au election bet may reSe In getting the sense of the whole peo- Â¬ dying declaration in wliich he said he cover the amount lost by suit brought ple on the subject of a change Nowhere was not positive which one of the men within six montlis thereafter and upon Ockman however was the his failure to do so any outsider having ss there a definite objection to revising shot him OfHCH OF TH3 CoUEIZS JOCailAL L0UI5VILLS - only one arrested We understand that knowledge of the gambling may by an Dr IVinttrsutith the constitution nor advocacy of retaining the old in preference to anew but Crouch had been a frequent visitor at action setting up the facts recover from Sir I waive a rule I have observed for many years the value of your remedy prompt the non voting class is so great that a ma- Â¬ Ockmans house and that the latter sus-- the winner treble the amount won ing me to say in repiy to your request what knor that his motives were not the jority of all the people has not yet de-Â¬ The private assurances cf At Petersburg Ky last week in a Jyour Chill Cure the rood results of effectsits clared for a change There is no basis est Crouch was a whole souled clever drunken brawl Booth Dunning shot and efficacy 1 had and I its for more on Mr R W for assuming that the non voters oppose fellow a bachelor and possessed of con- Â¬ killed Pratt Williams Dunning had nad observedyears has beenMeredith whomy office foreman of than fifteen a change more than for assuming that siderable property He was in the habit been ordered home with his gun when induced me to test it in my family The results of getting on sprees but was considered The first case was because Gov Xnott was elected by a mi- Â¬ have been entirely satisfactory Williams in order to impress which I f two nority his election was opposed by a ma Â¬ to be harmless and inoffensive and had more forcibly drew his pistol the order known years standing in tricdwih believe every temporary rc remedy had been and fol- Â¬ plenty of friends jority of the voters of the State and seemingly itf the chills lowed Dunning some distance when the with increased returning periodically broke them at Your cure severity The failure of the people to vote is due latter turning and seeing Williams with once and there has been no recurrence of them for Explosion of a Meteor indifference on the part of some abso- Â¬ to of a his pistol in hand fired on him with his more than six months The ether case was other milder form and yielded more readily to lute ignorance in others and a lack of PrrsBUKG Pa Sept 28 The series shotgun killing him remedies but the chills vrould return at intervals definite information by others still It of explosions on Saturday afternoon was used since which time your The appeal of John J Cornclison untilseveral medicinethey have entirely disappeared is not every voter who is able to grasp a which weresupsosed to have been caused now months have judge f subject so extensive as revision of the by a shock of earthquake are now thought from the decision of the Montgomery cir- From the opportunity I belief had toyour Chilldo not Cure that hesitate to State constitution the work of 100 of to have been the explosion of a meteor cuit court sentencing him to three years is a valuableexpress mv performs all you promise specific and imprisonment in the county jail for as- for it Very respectfully the ablest men of their day The revis- Â¬ Inquiries have been sent to the city from W N HALDKMAK ion of 1850 was due in a great measure points from 30 to 40 miles distant ask Â¬ sault upon the late Judge Richard Reid will be heard before a special court Octo- Â¬ to the single idea that Judges should be ing the cause of the explosions There elected rather than appointed No single were five or six detonations in rapid suc- ber 26 The members of the court apW B Harfeature of suck general interest exists to cession and the course of the sound was pointed by the Governor areand Malcolm rison Clarence TJ McElroy dsjj though there may be some of great- Â¬ from the northwest to the southwest At In Sheep Russia and TurXey Bindings er importance TVhat is needed is to Manfield about five miles distant the Yeaman Joseph Smith mail carrier between have placed before the people for their greatest consternation was caused par- Â¬ consideration a suggestion of what should ticularly among the miners at work in Paducah and Benton was found hang-Â¬ be embraced in a new constitution This the coalpits in that district Thus far ing one day last week He had cut his would lead to general discussion could the place where the meteor fell has not throat without fatal effect and then climbed a tree and tied a graye vine be placed in the hands of every voter been discovered Latek It is now ascertained that the around his neck swinging into eternity able to read and would bring more voters ii TwfTl caused by business Â¬ supposed earthquake experienced Satur- Â¬ Temporary insanit to the polls than the mere abstract quesday was the shock produced by the fall- Â¬ trouble is supposed to have caused the tion of revision Whenever a majority of the voters ap- Â¬ ing of an immense meteor near Middle act Tij j T MaEjKtSzL Tf Tl1j WtTftriT prove a new form of constitution it will town on the line of the Pittsburg Lake Judge Owsley says that he will nei- jswr - f 3 go into effect no matter whether it be Erie railroad The fall was witnessed by ther be a candidate for Governor nor suggested by the legislature or by a Phil- Â¬ several persons and their story is corrob- Â¬ Senator and doesnt think hell be a can- Â¬ adelphia lawyer orby a primary election orated by an assistant of Prof Langlcy didate for circuit Judge again He in Clark county it would be made the at the Alleghany Observatory thinks that McKenzie or Bill Lindsay The Unabridged is now supplied at a mail ad organic law of the State by the popular will succeed Senator Beck and from ditional cost with bEXISONS approval A reason why the Legislature A Good Suggestion PATENT REFERENCE INDEX present indications is of the opinion that The preatcst improvement in book making that should not be left to draft an instrument Buckner will be the next Governor of Mt Sterling Gazette has been made in a hundred years so important is that the ablest men in the The Hickman Courier and Hazel Kentucky The Cut gives but an incompleto idea of iU utility State as a rule are not elected to that Gbeen Herald strike the key note in There was a heavy frost at Danville THE STANDARD body while a new constitution should be regard to the improvement of the moun- Â¬ on the night of the 23d of September VSlTVebstor it has 118000TTortln s JL 3000 Enjrrsivinjra and a Nevr thework of the beat talent obtainable tain roads Their plan is to improve The corn crop is not injured in the least Biographical Dictionary A constitutional convention legislates for these roads by means of convict labor Tobacco raisers are complaining that the iP Standard in Govt Printing Office ji wbole generation perhaps for several under the supervision of an experienced portion ofthe crop not housed has been 33000 copies in PublicSchooKs ante so to x or anv otner series Tkere is no reason why a sovereignty roadmaster Let each county make a injured laid to make a Family intelligent convention should notdo as good work requisition upon the warden for a gang IT Uofit liolp for SCKOLAKS Young Webber one of the s one called by the old mode of convicts to be fed at the countys ex- Â¬ who was robbed and compelled to party jump Webster ii Standard Authority with tho U S Manj members of the Legislature fear pense By this means the present miser-Â¬ from the moving circus train died on Supreme Court Recommended by the State a vote for the new plan would be a able mud roads could bo macadamized at the evening of the 28th ult from inju- Â¬ Sapts of Schools in 3G States and by over 50 that Tiolation of their oaths of allegiance to comparatively small expense and the Colleges Presidents the present constitution If the Legisla- Â¬ mountain couutry would be greatly ben- ries sustained by the fail A LIBBART II ITSELF The latest edition In Jessamine county a man by the contains is believed in the quantity of matter it ture were to call a convention under ArÂ¬ efited thereby The members of the leg- Â¬ to be tlio ticle Xllof the constitution the fact islature from the mountain districts name of Wilson shot and instantly killed published It has 3000 more largest volume Words in its vo cabulary than are in any that a majority vote has not been cast in should make an effort to pass a bill cov- Â¬ James Armstrong The weapon used and nearly 3 timesfoundnumber other Am Dicty the of Engravings was a double barreled shotimn favor of it would make the proceeding ering this matter this winter practical English It is the bestJuondwi Quarterly Dictionary so irregular as to be objectiouale Leonard Kramer a German aged 60 But approve of it extant Itctiac it cannot be a violation to any oath ta- Â¬ suicided at Ashland on the 25th ult by It is an vor prsont and reliable school ken by a legislator to provide an oppor- Â¬ The October number of Demorests hanging with a bed cord master to the whole family S S Herald G it C MERRIAM CO Pubrs Springfield Masa tunity for the voters of the State to say Monthly Magazine is as usual very enter whether they desire a convention a ma-- taining and Instructive As a family maga 2Hr Goilseys Opinion jority of the votes cast to be effective all zine it is worthy of honorable mention t he The Louisville Commercial of the 30th High artiwith to be done Ttithout reference to Article present number is filled Three readable Cha ult publishes the answers of a number of IIev JoiUf J Picket Principal begins cles among which are Davs at XTT At the next August election a maunix The Poet Milton andltambles the members of the Legislature to the query its sixth term August 4th 1885 Students large vote may be expected advantage About Crieff All the articles devoted to What changes do you think would improve can enter at any time Instrumental music of which should be taken to bring the fashion and the adornment of home are verv the revenue laws of the State Below we is taught Board- at very reasonable rates suggestive and the stories poems and vari give the answer of Hon D S Godsey rep- A LimtAKY of 500 volumes recently donated convention question before the people by friends and the principals private libraagain If such election should indicate ous departments furnish agreeable and in- resentative from this district Increase the taxes so that in a few years ry free to students The schools past restructive reading There are some good ildesire for a convention the Legislature State could of paid cord is its best assurance for the future is a fine the carrying out the plain wishes of the voÂ¬ lustrations and the frontispiece completes and indebtedness left the the treasury be as to so have money in steel engraving This number ters might order a convention to suggest Vol XXL Highest tm liquidate claims and demands of the people Honor natt jnew constitution to be in turn submit Â¬ upon the Stae treasury promptly There Worlds Exposition ted to the people with as much propriety should be a law passed selling all the county LooV Here offices to the highest bidder and giving the 4is it might organize a commission to Read this please We have carried suggest a new school law or anew reve- Â¬ slow customers until we are loaded down proceeds to the school fund The State of nue law or for any other purpose not and it is impossible to continue to credit fices should be let out the same way for the Av-asxEx same purpose provided for in the existing constitution those whose notes and accounts are past due EDUCATION EWWRSMlTHofthe The principal end toljeaiwad at is to We nmst have pay from vou and will take Lightning Hods COMMERCIAL COLLEGE stock at its value and accounts place before the peopleastiaprotiein livenot call for credit on notes you are good Five hundred dollars reward will be Kentucky University Lsxington Ky Do even if Students eon begin durme the yer stitution drafted by competent men If ifyou are owing us and have not settled paid for anv building struck by lightning An vacation- Time say compVte the Full Diploma BuUren that Is rodded in a scientific manner with Cujr about loxtelu Average total cost fscludlc Tui susui isvoriK aaopnon no W e mean what we say J T F Day ice pjopje tion Setof Ikwkz aad Board in a famllr 8G0 Telegraphy W P Staggs Co our rods Tueeuou vt trcguixxiiy in securing tned rhonography and Type Writing apocfaltirs JSternry Course free Ladies rehired ut- 6000 Succosafdl convention which framed it can affect toe nfrj H Nickell li S jean at iving on the State road from 15 Graduates Orrr 00 pupU Breens Liniment is certainly the best ajtf from X atate Injunction lutpracticallr sadtoindlTlduallr validity of the new constitution i jar ITork of Bed River ou Friday last killed the combination of remedies for corns neural- tasjiaztod br 10 leacherx Special courts for Teasben and Buil otatMes University Diploma presented to it eradnatei iarges rattlesnake we iiave ever seen or gia pains in the back aud sidet etc ever Tiilc beautiTul eil U noted far lis ctcltbriilse aad society and heard of It measured five feet and is 10 produced Sold by J T F Day Unnecessary Work of Women ii en lrads rsUroa I TU Tert Boofe wfatcb rewired tie highest frui M ti had 15 rattles Elizabeth Cummings in aa exchange inches in circmnferance snake storv thev and Worlds Exposition far lu Pxtenlre Practical and Coa can if anvbodv doubts our nrelicajhre ftntm of Huinr Situation is used only at this convinced that at least one sez the stuffed skin in this office i CfrlWpc with You can get 12o envelopes and 120 College It U the- craptrt in bniiccss ihc blgbot eaJorw e work performed ov women ell takes the palm as a snake killer in this sheets of fine note paper for 75 cents at this Birnt nad gntanteea sosccuparucBixri to its drjerrtae grade -Qi Circular au l isu aniird lis rrcviceiii jpr unaecfiisary and that the worjd would section WHiBTJB E SiSITH Lexiastoa Sy office By mail for100 Hazel Geesn Heeald c SOHH a SHiLliTQ OOMPANY Wholesale and Eetail Dealers in J T F DAY KY - i -- p i - i fr - 1 - m I V DRY GOODS CARPETING -- 05feiliSgikWill8illiBlMIilliyMHPl EASEL G3EE Carrv in stock the LARGEST AXD BEST ASSORTMENT OF GENERAL MERCHAN Â¬ DISE IN EASTERN KENTUCKY- - Having the experience ofinanyxeans ia oar lute f uuhubss we ieca jusuneu in asserung 10 me xraae uotn v noiesaJeaiHl Ketau that we do can and wiU meet the wants of ourpatrons aud make it to your interest to patronbe us We have au immense stoek of everything you want or need including l r - I Race Seventh George Streets SffTHEHERAED- UUIIlse Cincinnati O LYTLB DEALERS CO IN RY GOODS MOTIONS5 CLOTHIJiG Boots Shoes Hats Caps Drugs Groceries Queensware Hardware Saddiery Cutlery Leaf Tobacco Live Stock and all kinds Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods or in settlement of Notes aad Accoaats jZSJYour trade is respectfully solicited J T F RA3V BSDCSfiU S -- THE DUUlb 1 O KITE POLLARD IN E B MAY J C SWAXGO MAY SWANGO 96 W Pearl St CINCINNATI G H Dealers in General Merchandise iVIAYTOWN KY Keep constantly on hand everything kept in a first class country store We do not secure trade by niisrcpresention but by fair and honest dealing Wc carry Main Street DEAN Importers and Jobbers The Larsrest and Etest Stock of Goods and sell for the Least Money of any House in Town We have also connected with our business KENTUCKY Queeiisware5 IRST-CLASS- Glassware N c O First Class Steam Flouring and Saw Mill and will guarantee satisfaction Respectfully c A MAY SWANGO W cor Pearl and Walnut Cincinnati HEENWADE HOUSE J P ROGEES WITH WAN CO - DEVLEIi ix - Louis Stix mrOKTEES Co GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEX KESTTJCKY KEETS COXSTAXTLY OX HAXD A FULL ASSOSTEEXX OF AT JOBBERS OF -- Â¬ H etesirsary Syrgeosi9 F FBITZ Dry Goods and Motions Staple and Fancy Dry Coods Ready rnade Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Third Race axd Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer Â¬ Union Streets ies Stoves and Farming Implements CDTCrNlSTATI O HATS GAPS GLOVES Co In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOM RRICES Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due me all kiuda of Country Produce and Live Stock of every description Â¬ W S Dickinson The Old Reliable w Â¬ HAT HOUSE Corner Pearl and Tine Cincinnati would here express their thanks for past favors to all their old customers and still ask a con- Â¬ tinuance of their trade We always keep a good stock and Uncle Jim Fant with his good looks will at all times be ready to wait upon you I 1 DEALER IN JONES or W N HALBEMAN nLbliGd JGnullj NO 10 MAIN STREET i - - Largest Stock of Clocks in Eastern Kentuckyl CLOCKS FROM ONE One Day Clock strike Eight Day Clock Eight Day Clock and Album SOLID SILVER AVATCIIES Silver Plated Spoons i - mm uUUi MT STERLING ETF WINTER SMITHS ntjkrii5iLii C 1GS Â¬ CHILL CURE 1 Tine Street Cincinnati -- The type on which this paper Is printed la from tho above foundry Editor Herald ALLISON PE Ohio 100 DOLLAR UP 2 00 SMITH jZSParticular attention paid to Repairing Call and see mv goods - 75 3 73 9 00 1 00 JOHN W JOKES ESTABLISHED IN 1845 Â¬ -- Hazel Green Academy again secured the services ot Prof N B HAYS and the third term will commence AUGUST 31ST 18S5 and continue ten 10 months Hazel Green is the most desirable loca- Â¬ tion in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky and noted for the advantages it has in 18S5 churches temperance societv 183G Suu-day-scho- The Trustees of this institution have The Leading Insurance Agency Rpyal of Liverpool -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WE TJHABRIBGrED jK This school presents advantages which are not equalled in the State in many par-Â¬ ticulars and its future is destined to work a good to our country which will be felt Terms reasonable for both tuition and board For terms c apply to Prof N B I1AYS Principal and health B E EOBEETS WITH Carter Bros WHOLESALE l Co 31000000 00 1S61 London and Lancashire Liverpool and London of Liverpool 9260000 OQ and Globe of England 3G875000 00 1S10 Hartford of Hartford 4511240 00 Mercan- Â¬ 1S09 North British VS49 Springfield ot Springfield 2585633 00 33301000 00 1S63 Firemens Fund orCali- tile of England 1794 Ins Co of North America fornia 1473025 00 971690 33 1833 Northwestern National of Philadelphia 1154SS 00 1710 Sun Fire Ofiiceof London 5S63000 00 1750 Niagara of New York lS7 f035 00 5383916 46 1SG5 Boatman Pittsburg 17S2 Phenix of London 41143 0 Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well knowa corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental companies being dear at anypric The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as they would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds in trust Look to qualitv 03 the paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully A HOFFMAN Office At Traders and Deposit Rank OE MT STERLING KY TctalAssets of Agency - Si4SS4378C SO 7Til i AY BROTHERS FROZEN CREEK - B F McCoiaxiCK J SL Cor MODEL PLAHIM8 MILL Dry Goods and Motions DAForline Jo C Uetliel J G Carter Jr John A Carter Jauica G Carter 1 Breathitt County Kentucky llf Â¬ ittttL wit - 729 731 MAES and 733 HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED the finest line in both qualitvand variety of Mccormick Rough and Dressed SASH BLINDS cox Luibfr Daws J STltEET KY SPRING AND SUMMER G900S ever brought to the mountains and will sell them cheaper than the same class of goods can be had elsewhere in Eastern Kentucky IVloney Saved is Money Fade Therefore be wise and place your raoncv where it will do vou the most good- - Wi WILL SELL YOU MORE GOODS FOR OND DOLLAR than anybody Wj mean all we say and if you 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 Dry Goods Manufacturers of and Dealers in LOUISVILLE WITH Â¬ ij H SMOCK Davis Maliory Wholesale Dealers in ATI ALL KTSDS OF BrTtDdG MJLTEEIAT MT STERLING KY Co G T Jj DRY GOODS And Fancy NOTIONS Between 7th and Sth C oods 715 and 717 West Main Street S Hcyf S1BS Us feySt kids 125 4 buiton Silk and Lisle thr gloves in black and colors Ruchings crepe leiss and muslin muslin at 25 ceate a box Infants muslin bonnets 50 cento Corsets in great variety Plated Jewelnrw pins and eardrops in sets from Stirpi Laae pins Mourning Jewelry m sets from 5 cts up ouar ourtons au ta oO cfc In gold aast M Ladies Will find at Miss A fine black kid clove at 4pf jw Â¬ LOUISVILLE D 13 KY Notions Shoes Clotting Hats silver Â¬ GEEEN WITH We-hcart-il- WHITE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jackson School It L White J B Green J A HuffakerJ Boots and Shoes West iain Street G15 Wholesale Dealers in GREEN HUFFAKER 7 LOUISVILLE WITH KY - G 642 EO E TUCK BLOOM GOLDSMITH TACHAU CO and jet Gold necklaces 3 to eseki Coral hracclets 25 cts per pr Ladies 1hw 1 No store in this section would be complete satchels orderup All kinds oflikir done to Braids made from ombktfm without having everything for the accom Â¬ at 50 cts per ounces We sell braids awilg modation of the people hence we carry from long even hair at 3 to 10j gray 5 e 10 Orders mail Fancy Groceries Cor Church byUpptrprompUv attexfdedXX-Staple and TJCLSGTaX In such abundance and variety including ii flour meal hacon salt coffee sngar that we can sell them very cheap or will exÂ¬ Valuable Farm for Sale I change with you for country produce SG0- - Hair ornaments in gold silver skell Silver Rhine stone combs 3 75 to Boots Hardware wk Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Manufacturers and 644 73 S S Jobbers of Clothing am St LOUISVILLE KY and 75 WoosterjSt NEW YORK I offer for sale the fanrt known aa and well have no monkeying about the Holderby place matter RespectfuUy c Containing Acres DAY BROS June 1 1SS5 lying miles JeIow Haael Green on the State road This Arm hm W T CASKEY H F PIERATT it Those Owing Us Must Pay Us t i 423 CASKEY Q S3 COMBS J DEALEES ES X VAUGH2T PIERATT A y4UtedJs ao -- COMBS VAUG HN Wholesale and Retail week-day - fc Â¬ AND LTVE STOCK OF ALL KINDS Cor Main and Marion Streets CAMPTON KY General ierehandlse GIRIOICIEIRIS HAZEL GREIIS KY PROVISIONS OF ALL KINDS Canned Goods Cofiee Sugar Teas Syrup Patent Medicines Nails Axes Ons Wooden-- and Tinware In fact Flour Bacon Lard5 Salt - Â¬ fuer a Mr-iJic- - k- Price EVERY THING YOU NEED one and 1450yearscteii awl rewind w fctjs MlpSf tw Poe3ie 3gGive us a call and he convinced that once oa reasoatble tenes Pewoao JfouJE g tou can bnv more goods from us to the Dol to purchase call en H C Wtnifim tm-ti- 3wMakeand repairs all kinds of Fanning lar than at any other house in the moun Â¬ TV t Had Geea tains We also desire to buy a number of Tools Bucgies and Wagons signed ss S4t Ptirell escartjc Â¬ Horse Shoeing will receivecspccial atten Fat Gattle and Sheep for which we will pay 5ay2713SiI IT wtha the highest market price tion J T PXEBATTj HAZEL GrEEN KY containing 5 rooms beside kltch m and di- ing room There is a good 5elT of fte w ter and fine springs whick yield aa al dance of pure stock watery Jut cfeiuird f 65 bearing apple trees of aeesrted wiar and summer fruit voung and tkriftyr g barn and outbuildings aboat IMaerea f b ottom land in g6od state of cultivallo Mr acres of which is now In corar acres of Improved table land the rtmmmmgM acres timhered of wkidi 1634ewfiii enter Â¬ ed with very finest fc aiwl jtylmr aog rich and productive aauadsrliw whit Cood 2 Story Frame Dwelling 3f s A at -- Fins Bitumu Col r - BLACKSMIT i ea 03ieat - fb - -- SSaSS -- - yjKKgf 2gS4 fa - - iU - ttl 3P- - r t jit r TV T Sfei- - - L - ft Lykins The trustees did well in securing tdalcd Sept 23d a clipping headed Eastern MftriTw farjl EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS BY her crriccs Kentucky from the Christian Observer COUNTIES- rk f sud signed hy P B C whoni vre resume The saw mill of Center Hanks Is do-nespcnatHt lW wwtx everj lis lllC Rev Converse of the lWvt erian ing a good husincss They have a hoss saw- Â¬ ttwsol r Wolfe Alor r Church- - - Were we unacquainted witl our lieported by Special Corrcsjioinlents from yer V A Jones jj r All Points in the 3Ioantnins tMLJnMHKL MCHiiee t --uaxomn row rtI country ana iuvea at Louisville 6r some Mrs m Burton who was tlirown ErfIIL Perrv and Flnvd Tn place other than where we do and should from a spring wagon on the 27th ult is very every point in tlie mountains read Ul article mentioned most assuredly VOLFE COUNTY t bad yet impressions would be madd upon our minds These spring are lecated thmr at jrms to agents o c pi than real facts in the matter and 3fis5 Eliza Lovelace who has been verv of a mile from the beaatifal tewK of Jfjuwl Ca3IPTOt Oct 3 A few evening we 1 for some time is improving thc e impressions would bcadoutas follows Green Tha water eotttI a wrefer jKr THE WILD liOY First That in the mountainH of Eastern dhanccd to see an assembler of disappoint TIME TABLE centage of iron ilafex aay rther yrtkerkmmmT Kentucky the citizens have been living up cd candidates and liear them chatter very Railway to about 1SS9 in total darkness religiously reel concerning tlie manner in which they jhosl viaauie is vr ewe wi ueuce if is MORGAN COUNTY disease used internally or extemnBy fHMtHnil time 22 minutes slower tlian Mt and educationally ascend the notable fictitious stream known Amonr the many diseases whidr Seski Second That the first message of salva an Salt lliver- - Having learned from tradi- Â¬ StcrliHj time Upeek Grassy Oct 3 Your corres- Â¬ heir to and for which this woa4erJiNiwtr X8 1 leaves Mt Sterling at 7 a m arriving tion brought to this darkened ignorant peo- - tion that those so unfortunate as to be com Â¬ pondent had the pleasure of vfeiting the is Known to ue a positives pnwHMt was by Dr E incident to at Bothwell at SziO a in Iile Presbyterian O Guerrant and followed pelled to ascend this river are build a boat pulbic school near this place conducted by cure are the following B othwell at 9 a in arrives at evancelists and then and so mauv dancers thev decide to me3t e 2 leaves Susan A Goodwin We feel satisfied CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SKET to this time the poor mountain people had large enough enough to contain them all Miss Miss Goodwin is making a great effort ML Stwliag at IChSO a in that - -DISEASES SCSOFULAr CA-Sterling at 140 pm arÂ¬ hung upon every word because it wrs the and thev selected one of their number that to advance the pupils but we found there X 2 leaves 3t- very doctrine Uiev hungered for TARRH RHEUMATISirj aad been up several times and was well ac was rives at Rothwell at 320 p m text books and Third That these educated ministers of qnainted with the river as their helmsman xery lack of uniformity in Parents should i X 4 leaves Rothwell at 345 p ra arrives JSURALGIA ZtER attendance irregular superior intellect had prevailed over the However before they started on this famous give this matter due consideration and school at 3ft Sterling at 530 p rc VOUSNESS AC fe 2 coHsects at Mt Sterling with 1105 a few wandering preachers who had preceded voyage at the suggestion of some of the par- Â¬ trustees should notice the condition of the We append a qw of the hwdte C tes Â¬ ty that they should wait for a tide they de- Â¬ school house The teacher however good hcL157 p m- - train oaC O railway tli em timonials which have been testferei ac W Fourth That at the time Dr Guerrant cided to wait till nest August and take some cannot teach well unless you send your for Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville I the efficacy of this water in disease Ke 3 coBBCcts at Mt Sterling with 1105 a preached first at Hazel Green some five or of their republican brethren along with children regular furnish then suitable text One lady writes tcl am so thaafsl ie th m train oh O fc C from the East and 130 six years ago there was no church organiza- Â¬ them If your correspondent belonged to books and make the school house comforta Â¬ Great Giver of all Blessings that X trwJi tions no buildings y m train from Louisville and Cincinnati anything church ignorance no preachers no that comyany he would for tlie sake of ex- Â¬ ble Swango Springs Freelv do I give ail except vice immorality ploration ana adventure in the language of Meatgoinery county court day special time and money spent there for the heaki Wm Tolliver says when he came 20 the poet Paddle his own canoe Rothwell on the 3rd Monday in each and poverrv leaves and strength I now enjoy reago place at which Fifth Presbyteat Coldiron suth hu 730 a au arriving at Jit Sterling rians haveThat since that time the edifice inÂ¬ Anderson Carpenter who shot and vears there to the small appletree he nowgar- -A gentleman of Illinois ears I thiafc th in his first built a church was a Returning leaves Mt Sterling at a43 a the showmanand J sides water of Swango Springs did me more goo tl Green and were followed by the wounded Mr errew verv fast and is now a large arriing at liothwell at 430 pm Hazel Srt on the night den It than all the nostrums I have ever trfejL I Campbellitfc Christian and Methodist made his escape from this place captured in tree This year it yielded a good crop of Leaves Sethwell for 3IL Sterling at 5 p m of the 3d of Inst month was w ill certain vbe with von again next spriBjr were all gone there denominations and alto to educate theie GEO B HASPER Supt Tennes- Â¬ apples After the apples on 1 Keferekces IU T Smith J G TrimWw people the Presbyterians now had a hand Virginia and Clinch River near theweek be- Â¬ grew three squashes in the top of the tree see line crought to this place P L Eeese Mt Sterling Ky F 5L ninkle person some colegc building about completed one of them being very large Any Mrs F M Hinkle Wm Clarke Plum Lick Sixth That it is astonishing what mighty fore last and delivered up to the jailer for doubting the truth of this statement will be HAZEL GREEN KY safe keeping until preparations could be Ky- them- Â¬ Â¬ clianges OCT 7 18S5 mensity have been wrought and what an im- made for an examining trial Eiley Coldi-Â¬ convinced by coming and seeing for WEDNESDAY A large hotel is now beings built jrhick f of good has been done all in the ron r brother of Anders6n was also arrest- selves or by calling on Rev E P Mickel to visitors will afford ample accommodation short space of five years by the Presbyteri- Â¬ ed by the parties and brought in this direc- Â¬ who saw this wonderful tree and will con- Â¬ For further information in regard to board firm the above ttatement advertisements inserted ans la the mountains jSEransient 100 miles and released The gen- Â¬ HARKISOX SWAXGO c address We are candid in saying that such con- Â¬ tion about at 75 ceBts per inch first insertion and 25 clusions would he ours from the reading Revs C T Thomson and E P Mickel tleman making the arrest was Ben Rich Â¬ Hazel Greei Ky this ofiice Or of mond of Harlan county Ky nis trial was are holding a meeting at Bethsalem Mr eats an iBcaeaclisubsequentlnsertion the letter mentioned and believing that jus- Â¬ set for last Friday week at 1 oclock Levi Thomson has done the preaching up to this OB SUXNELLY tice should be meted to all and our country T represented the Com set fojth in its proper light as the mount- Â¬ Kash and Zand Hurst Lykins the defendant time Services arc very interesting WITH inonwcalh J C LOCAL WEWS Jackson Charles and two other gentle- Â¬ ains have been pictured by sensational ar- Â¬ The trial was concluded on Saturday evenif Ely o ticles in such horrid colors that they are tlie ing the resnlt of which was that the defend- Â¬ men from Pike county are visiting friends CO of Pieratt for the finest br word wishcitizens in more tofavored locali ant was bound over to circuit court in a bond and relatives in this neighborhood Go to Caskey to say that as the village of of 400 which he gave ties we dis- Â¬ fed best flour in town Jos M Walter constable of this ITnrel firpen nnl nnr rnnntr- - rrmnrt llinut Ely gentleman by the name trict is very sick of fever and flux There is an old WHOLESALE SADDLERY wife of Bev- - the Rev Converse surelv could not inten- Born rOn Sept9 to the Suxshixe tionally have known that his letter in itsot inner who has been a frltrttt of the As- Ut3l a son o yUlEBKensnip import wroked an exccedinir miustice forfburv Hotel lor about six months who is MayTOWN Manufacturers of LDunlap Our school is pro- Â¬ J B Dunlap ways and disposition Buy your saddlery paints oil window tlie Brother himselt worshiped the night very peculiar in his tells no business and gressing finelv Oct 1 the management of J G under before he left here with a Christian Camp lie has no business glassnails c of Caskey Pieratt W Barrett Saddles Harness c bellite congregation at a prayer meeting attends to no business and gets angry with Miss Maggie Clifford who is an accomplished organized IS years ago and not having failed any one who asks him about his business scholar and a good teacher and we predict William Tvler brought us the best to meet IS times since in a 728 and 730 and dealers in He reads none converses but little aud that there will be some sad hearts especial- Â¬ asechaea ofyetloHr corn that we have seea edifice built before Dr Christian Church writes to none of his kindred He says that ly with the young men of this and adjoining W Main St Guerrant ever Saddlery Hardware thk seasons preached in Hazel Green and dedicated to none of his children know anything of his neighborhoods when she leaves We think the Lono by Bro John Sweeny June 18th whereabonts and that he formerly lived in we were very lucky in getting such a teach- Â¬ Breens liniment removes knots and 1SS2 though the new building had not been Chicago where his wife died about nine er as she is LOTJISYLLLE EYT all ealargeraeats on horses or other stock used at tlie time Dr Guerrant preached ou years ago and ever since that time he hasl A Childers has iust had two nice 3e care no pay Sold by J T F Day 3Iay 2Sth and at said prayer meeting the about 05 years old in perfect health pays fchimncys and a veranda built to his dwell GEORGE DOLL good brother expressed himself as being WTT2I ing which add greatly to its value and ap- Â¬ his to meet X B Graham of Gillmore will please gratified and did with Christians and was in- Â¬ as a way inonadvance and is as independent pearance ice hog give quite an interesting aeeept oar thanks forborne very fine apples vited tn The firm of May Go Rosenberg Fiexner which he brought to our office last Friday lecture to which these benighted Christians Jones who is ruuniugthe saw mill ly dissolved Swango Swanco have mutuMr retiring Cauipbellites listened with courteous rc of Center Hanks and who lieed ou Hi justsuch good religious Successors to Eosenherg Nathan iFlexsar 7 Breens Liniment is pronounced by all tpect and ofas they had listened to admo- Â¬ rams Branch a short cistauce from this Rev W L Stamper left this morninsr in the place has moved to Dovils Creek much to for his work at Vanceburg used it to be the greatest remedy nitions etc wa have WHOLESALE fer rheuxaatism sprains cuts bruises etc same courteous manner at ltraver mccting tne displeasure discomfiture and regret of L T Chiles of Mt Sterling spent We thought it one of our young heroes since he takes for IS years in Hazel Green Day Seld by J T F our duty and a respect to our Brother to in- Â¬ along with him one of the fair sex a siser-in-la- Tuesday night with us worship with us as Presby- Â¬ The sick of this neighborhood are all and to usct he language of ouc hero Frank D Bivera and the blind Day vite him to no prayer meeting the having let One whose sweetness of disposition and improving terians have Lick Skillett 5 brothers gave a performance at Hire Hall it die out after a short existanccj as they parsonal attractiveness eausucs her to seem o last Friday night They have nothing toof had no house of worship and liad been to be closely allied to that species of winged 712 and 714 South Side Main Ezel Oct 1 C M ICash sold to fead the most fastidious using the Methodist church built before Dr beings that inhabit the limitless fields of Zach Dennis a fine horse to day Zach is Guerrants triumphal advent and dedicated space and to whom we apply the name of improving aud will soon have him a good Bet 7th Sth 3bhn Wilson of this place will move about that time FK angel f5 team s3 LOUISVTLLE EX td the head of Red River next Monday audi We are glad that Brother Converse docs On last Sunday quite number of the D Pieratt killed a copperhead snake cngaere in farming He goes to some of mention one fact to our credit in the mountwill J week S J GKAtniAK jas a snrTrrEwaKTK three feet in lemrth ains and that it that our people flock in young folks of this place and also some of last the best farming land in this county great numbers to hear the gospel and give the old ones went to Antioch to the AnnualÂ¬ nS S Dennis ha3 about comxetcd his se- Â¬ GRAUMANSHUTTLEWiraTH Mis6 Nannie Wheeler daughter of J close attention Their numbers would put Meeting Among them were Dudlev Shack- frwelling house in this place elford John Tolson A F Byrd Bertha This is JLlFheeler of Grassy died offiux on last to shame a Louisville audience who has been in Missouri Marsh Alice Combs Ida and W S Manufacturers aad Jebfeersr i Taareday and was buried atEzel on Friday true in the main omitting the latter part of David Hogg and others They Dora Hanks returned ICash last Monday report a large home reli- Â¬ the quotation Our people do attend Hiss Wheeler was about 17 years of age to eat and a gious services and for two generations such crowd good preaching plenty 5Candidates are quite numerous and 1nice time K case all say they want votes We will again call the attention of our has been thewhich as attested by the immenseÂ¬ ITi E alvravs gather at the concourses E Church Rev G G Bagau of the cerrcspondeuts to the importance of send Â¬ nual Meetings of the Christian Church Anthe South who has been re assigned to the to Deputy Sheriff O M ICash has moved ing their name and address with every com town Whistle Jack U i Bap Â¬ Campton circuit for tha ensuing year was iV sanication otherwise they will not be pub Â¬ Methodist Quarterly Meetings and the num- Â¬ in town Monday on business connected with tist Associations and the respectable lished Please remember this MENIFEE COUNTY bers always found at church on the regular his work Brother Ragan is a good man a days of service by each denomination and good preacher and we think his people and We received on last Saturday a coin they love to hear just such preaching and everyoouy m general are giaa to nave mm Frenchbtjrg Oct 2 Circuit court 5 sanication from Jackson from which the Christian doctrine as is given by their re- Â¬ on this work again closed last Saturday night at 12 oclock It 605 W Mac Stseet first and last pages seem to he missing spective ministers was a very Many penal RevD G Combs a deciple of Alex-Â¬ and several busy court chancery suits causes There was no date or signature to it hence important tried Intelligent ministers have been among us Saturday Campbell preached we decline to publish It-LODISYDLLE KYI for over half a centurv and during that ander and Sunday night toon last congrega- Â¬ the court and attorneys working each night good night until midnight The trial of Wm Oshorn time and covering it till now John Smith there was one Â¬ On Saturday The friends of common school educa- Â¬ who organized the Christian Church and tions to the church night wos sentenced ad for murder resulted in his acquital It who to dition tion at this place have flung in and bought dedicated tlie old building here in 1S49 be baptized en Sunday night wcich ordi- Â¬ was feared that there would be trouble be- Â¬ Â¬ a ieii ana piaeea it upon me puuuu scuuui Elder Rodgers Joe Nickell Elkauah John nance was dulyperformad by Brother Combs tween tlie friends of Thomas and thcaccused who were present in considerable force and building and now its melodious tones can son Hiner Johnston Cook Tibbs Sweeny MT STERLING EX be heard for miles around calling the chil- Â¬ Reynolds and a host of others have preached Geo Drake the democratic nominee well armed but the prompt action of Judge B ADAMS C W ADAMS J W ADAMS to these people church houses have been for jailer has traded his farm on Swifts Cooper prevented any collission and the J dren to school iti built which age lias crumbled and the songs Creek about two miles from town to Jona- Â¬ majesty of the law was vindicated and the STirvrcAl the of Zion and the prayers of Christian men than Creech for a house and lot in town to reputation of our already unequalcd Judge Bev X T Pieratt will preach at 1SS2 long the Tom Ward school house on Blaekwater on and women have gone up work before in the which he moved yesterday George is a increased This is our last inurdufj case that go on docket Praise the Octo- Â¬ aud we pray that the good good citizen a clever gentleman and we are stands for trial on Saturdax before tlie third Surfday in Keep on hand BUCKBOARDS and SEC- Enough fines aud forfeitures were pleased to have him become a citizen of our LOKD M and Sunday at 11 A future as in the past Successors to JOHN G BAXTER ber at 3 oclock P OXD HAND BUGGIES and Ecpair aav procured to pay all our school teachers good lo the ministers of the gospel includin town He will preach the funeral of the child M Paint all kinds of work salaries but we doubt if as much as o0 ever Dr Fuerrant belong much praise for their on Sunday of Frank Williams WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTTJEEBS OF David Hogs 13 remoueiinG and cnlarff- - reaches the school fund Why not Mr God T s zeal m the work and not one laurel should tnjr his dwelling Action speaK louuer sey have some law enacted by which their Â¬ be plucked from their brows but our friends PAINTI1STG SIG last Thurs B by Mr Hogjr than J to Taulbee was called on of Breathitt in the Interioa you can know that in East-Â¬ tions words and his words says he his ac- Â¬ remission may be prevented and enforce would their payment into the school fund The see James Burchficld that day as well as ern Kentucky religion is general and not a Will receive Mr Shores special attention coHntv who wes wounded about the 10th one sided business like to take to himself a better half M K visiting attorneys were Comnionweaths At- Â¬ CONRO Y fc SHORE Give us a call ult He and his brother Dr J A Taulbee Â¬ Mr Chiles of the firm of Chiles torney Brooks Judye Dav Judge Xesbitt Wesson pis 3S calibre Smith extracted a Turner Tersoiial Paragraphs Thompson te Uo Jit sterling was in our Col Wood W W Patterson C 1 i i tol ball from the acetabulum Burchfield is St nils TOE in we mierubi oiftms nnu V B Young J W Kendall Wilson Lykins vim i tonohinrr TTor1n AfpHInin now doing well C Lykins Alfred Howard Col Day J B Hollow ware and Tinners Stcck Laura and Silad Tutt children of Dr J school in Lee county was visiting relatives1 HAZEL GREEN KY White and J M Kash The press was rep- Â¬ iuu uiuuuiuuci uc ti iu iwi resented bv Cooper of Tun HnitALD and Onlco and Salesroom O Guer- Â¬ aim lnciius in iimwi ouiuruuv auu leit uji Sentinel Democrat Dr E V Main Street 736 Stands at the head of Low Prices with evÂ¬ resume his duties as ped iuflammmatory rheumatism Havens of the Sentinel Democrat rant broughl from Frozen Creek Breathitt Sunday evening to erything you want in agogue We are always glad to sec Harlan Rich Williams of lrccmia is visitm 3L The family of Rev D G B Demarec county the tooth of a mastodon which is a and are pleased to know that when his LOUISVILLE KEXTUCKY xaoBstcr affair that would put Jumbo to school is out he will return to this place to the family of his brother 1 C Williams j U1 Mhwe left our place to make their home else GOODS NOTIONS this place t where shame It is nine inches long six inches make it his future home e regret to lose them as they arc jgiTwe handle nothing but Charcoal Tin and guarantee even thing not to leak and four inches across It was found wide Boots SKees Hats CleislBjc Some verv valuable improvements are accomplished people Miss Eliza McClain Misses Lulie and being made on our streets with Win TuttJ good moral on the place of Capt Cope GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGS Saturday morning about daylight some Lena Beatty and Miss Itosa Alice N II TRIMBLE ROBT M TRI3IBLE Presbyte gave1 us a pleasant call one day hist week as overseer miscreant set hre to the jail but it was dis Â¬ Bev C T Thomson of the FLOUR BACON e Mrs Daniel Pelfry has been very ill covered and extinguished before much dam- Â¬ jian Church has heen with Bev E PMick Call again ladies we are always glad to wel- Â¬ for some time but is thought to be improv age was done The money is what I want and I wSIgive el at Bethsalem for several days laboring come you to our sanctum ing MORE GOODS FOP ABOLLAK LN CASH V Lf The old folks wernt willin the Lonn He filled Mr Coopers pulpit so for J Taylor Day H Clay Herndon and Dr W Steele delivered a lecture to7 W Moore and Miss Cora Greer elopedDr than any other house in tows at Jackson last Sunday and will begin a Flovd Dav of this place and NdL Trimble to Country produce taksn irt eichmge raeetinghere to night to continue over Sun of Mt- - Sterling left here yesterday morning the school at this place yesterday evening Aberdeen Wedne Cdav night day goods F XcGHIlE e bespeak tor him good audiences to attend the U S Circuit court at Louis WL G T Center is preparing to erect a The Methodists have just closed a pro- Â¬ as he is an able preacher and a Christian ville j hew dwelling for Dr J H Stamper tracted meeting with several additions to gentleman AND DEALERS IN Day returned from J Taylor Wednesday where he Breathitt A F Byrd has rented his house and the church been lot to James P Hall countv last had Died September 27th a child of Wm We ask Epecial attention to our new on MAYTOTVN KY a business trip of several days duration These pencils while Matchlc8 Pencils Howe of Mt Sterling was Ingram ageu about two years Charley Takes tlie lead in Low Prices with eTy-Joe Lee AYilson moved to his farm on iu town this week Terv low in price are we claim equal inÂ¬ We hear of several eases of flux in this Avis thing you need ix the way of quality for all business purposes to auv pen Gillmore last week We are sorry to lose TOOT vicinity o o- cil in the market not excepting those ot theÂ¬ Mr Wilson as he is a good citizen and me Â¬ No drunkard 6R00ERIES DRY GOGOS NGTNK Callvboose Oct 2 highest cost They excel particularly in ab chanic Hariba oct 2 The common schools We sence of grit and strength of leadl Send shall iuderit the kingdom of heaven N H Trimble and wife and Miss ROOTS SHOES HATS CLOTHLXG wiui an abundance oi tnat of Menifee county are on the road to pros- Â¬ for price list Jansen McCiurg fc Co Wa Â¬ Trimble of Mt- - Sterling were visiting Ella are blessed rela- Â¬ demoralizes our country be- Â¬ perity The people are repairing the old ave and Madison St Chicago liquid which bash tives and friends at this place last Meek ISaceit Hardware Dmgs er e reaves the hearts of mothers and renders school houses and where they had no houses Mrs Mary Xickell teacher of the pub-Â¬ our homes unhappy A few nights ago a have built new ones The school- - houses of We call special attention to our new juMoney is whaM want sad I will gire oO These remarkable pens lic school here visited her family at Ezel number of our citizens gathered around the Menifee counrv will increase per cent in Mtchlcss pens MORE GOODS FOR AHOLLARDT CASfc Friday returning Sunday evening worm amd being greatly under value during the year 18S3 venomous combine the elasticity and freedom of a the influence of this horrible monster en Â¬ Charley Hale is preparing to go west pen with the quickness of action of iold L T Chiles of the firm of Chiles than any house in Haytowa We regret to see Charley leave steel pens They are tlie best pens made Thompson Co of Mt Sterling was k guest gaged in a game of Country produce taken iti for Xo one was seriously hurt Some of for all work where a smooth point and per- Â¬ of the Pieratt House last week Born To the wife of Elmer Eskridge goods R A CIOLDEJI6 them were members of the church but did a girl Elmer is happy fect elasticity are required and will last as W T Day of Maytown made a fly-Â¬ long as two or three ordinary steel pens ing trip to Hazel Green on last Wednesday not for a moment consider that The way of 13 E Elias Osborn of Campton has moved the transgressor is hard Send for samples and price list JansonMc evening to Galladie this county CrHrg Co Wabash Ave and Madison St M F Baown will convene his school Wholesale and retail at this office Thomas K Tutt Jr of Spradling was in district No 11 on Monday Oct 5 at Chicago The farmers in this section are very Â¬ in town Friday last and gave us a pleasant which place he has been employed to teach busy sowing wheat T W C a three mouths subscription school after the Police Judge John H Evans the new call HAZEL GREEX KY took charge of the post office on MONTGOMERY COUNT Miss Sue Godscy is visiting friends and close of the present session Kstniaster morning Later in the day as relatives in Hazard Perry county jS3Hore Shoeing stSpeellfcTv Bmias We have had several cases of measles wsxons and all kinds ef Fan Twfc xMHi we were walking past the office he called in our community but by the skill and en- Â¬ - SrEXCEIt SllATlOX Oct 2 Your cor- Â¬ Miss of Lee and repaired in the bs sfcMwcn us in and showed us the cash hook in which visitiug Ellen McGuire Green count is ergy of Drs Steele and Congleton most all friends in Hazel respondent to day congratulated Thomas V TL C Herndon the out going postmas- Â¬ Jlr Myers who was inaried to Miss Saliie For Â¬ John Yocum of Blaekwater is ycry have recovered Brown a ter had written these lines tune at the jresidence of her father on the little Fielden S One thing I believe low with fever 1 son of John K Brown inflicted a severe 24th of September Mr Myers has had a And I believe it firm J Boone Isickell of Ezel was in town wound on his left arm while cutting corn on Fortune given him early in life and we hope YouTi only keep these books Friday Toe maymioct with success in the future he 1st inbt Through Clevelands term TT W - Tnhnsnn nf Tnhnsnn rnnrstv David B James passed through this -JQ j On last Friday a of The Otis W Snyder of Lexington Ky is that we had mailed copy friend atHerald aecomsanied bv Isaac Tolson passed thronch place last Sunday en route for Howards HORSE SHOEING A SPEdAXTTT to a Ezel on selling jewelry watches clocks silverware Sept 23d was returned to this place in the this vicinity en route to Mrs II P Timmins Mills to see MrsI Foy James who is very W21 repair Fanning Tools Miifgimr Wa- fc - low with fever gons sc aiafus piaws novse Ac at remarkably low prices just now and mail from West Liberty Jow how is this silver mine to those of nta citizens who are in need of It is 15 miles from here to West Libertyand tran guaranteed in all cases G W MeCormick of this place says of Campton V S tvthlagin his line we recommend a care the same distance from the latter place to moved to Drake formerly S Byrd where he has sold and conveyed over 1U90 tracts of the farm of Mary -far readiHc of his Triccsrpcnded A jrood Ezel The mail leaves here on Monday he will locate for the ensuing year T DAY land Some of you cornstalk men briug in 1 ladies size solid gold hunting Wednesday and Friday at noon arriving at clock for aland trader case watches genuine American movements West Liberty at six P M same day The jMrs R P Timmius left a few days ago Marshal n GMcr J J Cannoy is ndding considerably to 19 solid silver Chatlain watches 650 Ezel mail arrives at West Liberty on Tues Â¬ ior Frankrort Ky to secure assistance in improving his the looks of his home bv deueloping her mine iTAYTOWS 5K solid gold Chatlain watches 12 fine asÂ¬ day Thursday and Saturday sortment gents and ladies set rings at one at noon returning same day of each weekÂ¬ Will aftejut to ferxetJaf ant H C McQuin of this yicinity is now house Hence a letFifteen Professors and instructors foKrth yalue- A protracted meeting begins at the onjpart at tn ccantryvMj ter or package mailed here on Wednesday laboring tinder the influence of a severe case Igrisulinral and Mcsfeanloa Ssimiific Enginssrisf Olasslssl Jtenea UliociViXim evijry kaCsrJtsire Spencer church the third Sunday in Octo-Â¬ our regular newspaper mailing day should of diphtheria ICSas ijsj ten t Geasisrcigl Ossrss ef Sill School military Tactics On last Thursday evening T J Steph arrive at Ezel on Thursday evening but we ber Orders byjamlprutKtV J P Brown the polite boot maker of of this place handed us three ears of are informed hy some of our subscribers at Campton is visiting relatives in this vicini- Â¬ ensea Air the recent protracted meeting at -- COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION -cam which on measuring them we found that place that Tite Heuald rarely ever ty 5 -- CI Antioch there was 10 confessions SAVE YOUX Fall tsrru beirirs Sept Qtl 1SS5 For CataSojTUC and other iaforaalios F and 12 inches in length reaches that place till Saturday nightT Xow to he HJi 12K lx Address XA3EES E SATXSSfc30Sf Green Caudle and wife of Rowan J M Stamper lias purchased a house Sexlsfrlon Xeailc3cy yQUSLQ This cora was grown on the land of Judge we dont want money or blood but we do G B Swango which lies just across the riv- Â¬ wantpostmasters to discharge their duly bv county are visiting relatives it this vicinity in town from T N Perry 7L - Slap Jack er frsa Haael Grem This is not more than sending mail on the right route and forward-Â¬ Frank Cockram is at New York with EL H G1LLI3 OXJLJvH o as sveraee saraple of the products of this ing it promptly of voultrv J C WITH wrnr the grandest conn try on the face of tlie earth Deyus Cheek Oct 2 W A Jones a load neeel transportation facilities to The funeral of Sarah Ellen Houlsee and family have moved to Devils Creek Attention Mill 3Ien sffe oly McCORD Sc AYSELOTT Biake ihshe richest part of Kentucky Let daughter of Joseph Houlsee will he preach- Â¬ We ars delighted to have them in our midst We have two sois of extra heavy grate all briag us samples of their fall ed the 2nd Sunday in October 1SS5 at the They were accompanied by Mrr Joness the farmers bars that we will sell cheap or exchange for i Comj5ny t crops aad we will prove to the world that graveyard near John Murphys on Stillwa Â¬ Miss Bertha Marsh from Oakland lumber or shincrles - VTi jaTx 637Stkest regard to this section are ter Wolfe county Kv by cvs Sylvester Ohio She will make the bovs eves SDarkle in oar CnnESTnojiPSOX Co c f with her glowing beauty and graceful air Houlsee and Thomas bobbins i exaggerated in the Jessi LGUISTILLEj-J-IY MtSterling Ky LOUISVILLE EY V ACwncc 7l- llAZELESEN- r--- 1IE1M4IJ oejcsesacssscsas Editor of The Hazel Cueex IIukaId c notice in the issue of your mner ORRESEOKDENGR rififr-H-nt- The school in this district is progress- iiriiTnr tlio innirnl af Mit5 Annr l ii2JXZiSkKJJiZti J j n j -- G B WILLMOT i - M 15 C4aas Dry Goods Store -- SvJL WHOLESALE AND KETAiL The Water of Life for Afflicted Humanity - -- Wtf -- lmdrtimkti J Orders filled promptly and carefully We have a big drive in a Box toe Boot at 350 extra good Come and see We are anxious to sell Our Goods and will make our prices right C E Eeese Building iron is kjg ie orie WILLMOT MT STERLING KY a -- Â¬ The Best Most Durable and Lightest Running Machine on the Market Every Machine Fully Warranted Â¬ -- -- HANLY JUDY General Agents for Eastern Kentucky B Mt Sterling Orders solicited by T J STEYSNSOX Hazel DTJNLAP BROS Green -- The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Roots Herbs and Barks Except Ginseng j J T B BEEN ION w Importers I Wholesale Druggists ain Street j Mt Sterling Ky Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well lected Stock of mB rurmTTifi BOOTS AHD SHOES Â¬ il uliluin ill fflvH 4IPI Pk Mull llI - - if Boys Which he sells Wholesale and Betaii as Cheap SLOTHIM as they can be bought in the State Give him a call and be convinced that yon can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else NSW BUGGY WOSKS you may go ADAMS BBOTHERS CO firm iwtr fir N -- STOVES GRATES MANTELS Pieced Pressed and Japanned Tinware - F McGUIRE v--- DRY H -- 11 m J -- Â¬ WHOLESALE GROCERS le BEOS fr R A ut 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 Saw i Jl lil wishing to devote my time to ray other business I will sell ray CHILDERS nar -- ejhije ebane tyleb BLACKSMITH -- Lane 10-ycar-- --- Consisting of a 25 Horse Power Engine and Boiler a Ho Circular Saw Edger c Eveiytliing is in First class Order and will soia at a oargain on easy terras Parties wishing to buy are invited to call and examine the property Bodley Saw Mill Fixtures BLAGKmtrMy qg CornwenKy ALFRED CiiS8Sa TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY ui m92 Sfc vsu X0S AjoPerx pjQjIM 9 r 4 W -- J 4teet5 tiozesase atters fL 3 -- Ja 1 -- s - -- - - f r sj Bazhj Gbeen Heealp ij- fftsiTATION SOMETHING BETTER Ths Party That Knocks Them All Oat la s HOME AND FARM HOW TO GET TRADE IN SUMMER JPSfCSR COOFK Proprietor HAZEL GREEK -- - XENTUCKT A HEAR LESS JOKE Itotl Hh fa Jake er Thought -- i-- OMZi Wheeler vho had come to LifetHe eok as a witness before the zThMei Stages Cosrt was poking wottd railway depot the other day Jfe exhibited much interest in examin iagSu eagine attached to a freight Ehe engineer noticing him traia said to the fireman Well have some fun with that old Say my friend this is a Jeliow pretty good siaedmece of machinery it Was as the Perpetra- - ieatit -- jkseatll over me yon loTOU Ybare shoutin Dont sappose She puts ston could run her Of course without a doubt any more The door knob and a string Bat 1 somehow kind o hate to shut the door Emma A Oppcr in Harpers Toiuig People So Ispectnot I used to inn a saw U1 bat this rangement lays over aaytkia He climbed into the cab and sat -- Single Konnd Watermelon and a Cucumber which A found themselves on the same stand at the Central Market yesterday began quarrel Â¬ ing Yon are all colic to say the best of you remarked the Melon And you are all seeds and rinds I re-Â¬ torted the Cucumber Thats all right coming from a little fellow like you upright Little whats your size when the man When grain has had to plug you to see if you are ripe storms just as it is beaten down by i3 heading it rarely fills well But if the headng out is DKIVER A VICIOUS completed and tho crop bends under increasing weight of the berry the crop is not so much injured though it will be more expensive harTestins and there will be some loss of grain which can not be reached by the reaper iV Y Herald Hot scones are nice for breakfast or luncheon Sift one quart of flour to which you have put half a teaspoon ful of soda and mix with buttermilk until the dough is as stiff as that for Whooping cough paroxysms are relieved by breathing the fumes of turÂ¬ pentine or carbo ii acid Use with great care Toledo Blade Celery plants may be nicely kept for use during winter it is said by standing them after being cleaned washed and the ends of the roots trimmed in a tub or barrel containing a few inches of water or pack them in a box in wet moss and keep standing Gotae up and have a scat Doat kere of I do I crer seed Its best tp have It out Then Til never hae a toothache Ive hit the very thin Eccentricities down lawsa-massey knowed ef my folks The summer hotel that isnt better that was on one o these things thejd healthier and cheaper than any other in the scene i go all round teUia1 the neighbors Say country You may go Mb Crusty to driver gentlemen I didnt sleep none last The editor who doesnt understand the on sir Ill not pay any such price for sight an1 of you aint got no objections political situation better than the Presi- Â¬ clover hay aud musty at TJ1 step back here an1 lay down on the dent TJic wheels go down off the crossing - The Socialist who doesnt drop his Com Â¬ All right go ahead munism the moment he owns hl3 own Id rather De a ripe Cucumber than an over- Â¬ grown green Watermelon J The old fellow lay down and the en- - house Come now whats all this row about told the conductor what a joke know how to run a The man who fineer going to play queried the stand keeper as he finished Well take newspaper betterdoesnt editor than the hm down about fifteen miles and The college valedictorian who doesnt selling a quart of strawberries old Chol- Â¬ Why answered the Melon have the fun of seeing him strike out know more about both than either The millionaire who does to others as he era Morbus here Is jealous of me afoot No such thing Old Kind and Seeds would like others to do to him B might get mad Jerry The summer resort that openly admits prides himself on being able to kill two No b J2Vt Hes good natured men to my one and you know that is all the presence of mosquitoes All right youre responsible newspaper that hasnt the larg- Â¬ wind The daily The train started The old man who est circulation in the city whispered the Hush my children gone to sleep did not awake The had While I appreciate both of Tiie puc dog that doesnt feel itself bet stand keeper The ter engineer and fireman laughed you for all youre worth neither of you is than its mistress had gone some fifteen miles and train The lawyer who refuses to defend a man justified in doing any bragging at this sea- Â¬ son of the year The Harvest Apple is was approaching a heavy grade when he knows to be guilty De- Â¬ old T heeler sprang up rubbed his doctor who discharges his patient now knocking em out in one round The troit Free Press eyes and said before the funeral Say by grip hold on here The detectives clue that ever leads to a PASSED IN We can t stop now tne engineer detection cat Puck Have to wat until we get A replied How Ha Showed Thnt Ho Was a Jour Â¬ over tne graae nalist Mechanical Politics No Ill be blamed if I do I dont The other morning a young man of affaÂ¬ want ho man to fool this way with The larger of the two gentlemen In un-Â¬ ble manners presented himself at the box 71 JXH3 dress uniform in this beautiful engraving office of a San Jose theater and requested The engineer although he knew the pulls one hundred pounds on the rope trouble it would impose stopped the The smaller gentleman pulls only fifty a press pass lou claim to be a journalist do you trarn Wheeler got off and hortly pounds asked the manager glancing suspiciously afterward when the train had staliei Both are seated on a plank mounted on he said rollers We would like to have our read- - at the good clothes and innocent expression of the applicant Dont look like youre going to Yes sir I do Im on the Pctaluma make the pull 1 live right down thar Pcavlne an if tou want me to Ill set my steers Hum whats your department an pull you out This is a mighty bad growled the showman I was a newspa- Â¬ 1 am much obleeged to yon for place per man myself once the ride as it saved pa in orwalkin I do the Answers to Correspondents Arkansaio Trav- Â¬ Solong gentlemen asserted the 3outh eler Do eli Lemme seel what was the m fastest mile ever skated for money In this ARTIFICIAL TEETH country Come now ers state the results they think likely to That question Is always signed Ama- Â¬ Tholr iBSuence en Diet in Old Ago and follow Mechanical Engineer teur said the joiing man promptly and Daring the Pcrloi of Inactivity the answer is Died in Brazil 1441 A FEW ANSWERS Aaother agent in the combination to Correct said the manager In what Lexington Ky Aug 8 To Vic Edi-Â¬ maintain for the man of advancing age tor of Vie Enquirer If there are any sliv- Â¬ year was Cleopatra hung Trim with three boy had plank the his career of flesh eater is the dentist ers in the his breechessmall sheepskin better before quick fire ply ruchin and bake with upholster Nothing is more common at this period Did Oliver Cromwell have a pink wart A Kid on his chin of life than to hear complaints of in- Â¬ Newabk O Aug 6 2b Vic Editor of B takes the trick of course digestion experienced so it is affirmed the Enquirer Referring to your Mechan- Â¬ Please tell us because mastication is imperfectly per Â¬ ical Politics problem I would say that Washingtons shoethe exact size of George formed for want of teeth The dentist barring splinters the lighter weight would See patentroflice report for May deftly repairs the defective implements come to the front a little One Was Queen Elizabeth bandj Dennis Arnold legged or only bandied in one leg and and the important function of chewing O Aug 6 To Vie Editor which one Two How do you take marble Marietta the food can be henceforth performed with comfort But without any inten Â¬ of the Enquirer In reply to your article out of ink stains of this date would Mechanical Politics One Inquire at any hardware store tion to justify a doctrine of final causes state that the smaller one had better look Two Patagonia was discovered by Ben-Â¬ would point out the significant fact 1293 that the disappearance of the masti Â¬ out for the splinters Tiie Larger One jamin Franklin it said the manager Cincinnati Enquirer That settles I cating powers is mostly coincident with see youve got em all by heart Heres a the period of life when that species of private box Pass right in San Fran- Â¬ Not Enough for Two food which most requires their action ciscan A famous author was a guest at a coun- Â¬ Triz solid animal fiber is little if at Ills Own Experience alL required by the individual It is try house when an elderly maiden lady set There was an amusing scene in the Aus Â¬ during the latter third of his career her heart on being his companion in a walk that the softer and lighter foods such He excused himself at first on account of tin District Court a few days ago A young as well cooked cereals some light the badness of the weather Soon after- Â¬ lawyer was defending a horse thief against mixed animal and vegetable soups and ward however the lady caught him trying whom the evidence was rather strong he Well also fish for which teeth are barely to slip out of the house alone Why said necessary are particularly valuable she said it has cleared up I see Gentlemen of the jury you must not b he answered it has cleared up And the man with fes and appropriate enough for one but not enough for two imperfect teeth who conforms to Golden Days demand for a mild Â¬ -deaf-and-du- o- a- nL rolls made with soda Roll this dough half au inch thick and bake it on a hot griddle in two large cakes Jam or marmalade is eaten with them Cleveland Leader In cultivating corn the land should be thrown in ridges as little as possible The corn roots before this time run to tho middle of the spaces between the rows They may Le cut off with out injury if the land is rich and moist as they will soon reproduce themselves fivefold for every one that is severed But the center of the row can not be scraped bare of loose earth without damage and a further iujnry results when this loose earth is thrown against the stalk Exchanqe Rice Pudding One half cupful rice one and one half pints milk one half cupful sugar large pinch of salt one tablespoonful lemon rind chopped fine Put rice washed and picked sugar salt and milk in quart pudding dish bake in moderate oven two hours stirrins frequently first one and a quarter hours then permit it to finish cooking with light colored crust dis Â¬ turbing it no more Eat cold with cream Philadelphia Call Try this bread pudding One pint of fine bread crumbs mixed with a quarter of a pound of powdered sugar add tho well beaten yolks of four egjrs the grated rind of a lemon a piece ol butter the size of an and a quart of milk and bake one hour Beat tho whites of tho eggs with a quarter of a pound of powdered sugar and the juice of the lemon Spread a layer of currant jelly over the top of the pudding after it is baked pour the whites o the eggs over this and place it again in the oven and brown delicately Servo cold with cream Indianapolis Sen- Â¬ tinel One aud one half French Rolls pints of milk one half int of yeast one quarter of a pint of warm water one half ounce of salt two ounces of butter flour enough to make a thick batter Manner of mixing Take the milk and let it get quie warm but not hot stir into it the yeast an l add enough Hour to make a thick batter Put it into a pan covering it over and keep it in a warm plac When it has risen as high as it wil add the warm water butter salt and enough flout to make oar doagh not too stid Let it stand for three quarters of an hour and it will be readv to make into rolls Let the rolls stand awhile covered over with a clian cloth and then bake in a quick oven The Household Â¬ Â¬ 86000 Sefor He learned It Entering tho store of a prosperous city merchant yesterday a gentlemant a stranger in town expressed surprise at the busy scene that greeted him He inquired of the proprietor how it was that he was getting more than his share of business in these dull midsummer I atdays The merchant replied tribute the excellent business I do every summer to just two things First I advertise bargains and keep my store before the public second when the pub- Â¬ lic calls satisfy it by keeping my adver Â¬ tised promises It cost mo 6000 to learn this lesson and it has paid me at least 25000 During three successive summers during the hard years that fol- Â¬ lowed 1873 I ran behind in this store on an average 2000 every year I made up my mind that there was busi- Â¬ ness to do and that I would do it In the middle of the worst and dullest year that wo had when clerks were absent on their vacations nd half of the force in the store was idle I started in and spent 1200 in advertising midsummer bargains remnants old stock and se on Within a week my store was so full of business that I had to send for every clerk who was away and added two extra clerks That year instead of a loss of 2000 in the summer I made 2500 besides what I paid for advertis- Â¬ ing I have kept it up ever since That was the most expensive lesson I ever learned but it was the most instructive and the most remunerative If I had to start in business again as poor as when I started I would make a rule to spend at least one half of what my rent cost in advertising in home papers I would not waste it in cheap methods but I would spend it judiciously and in the best and high priced department and in Albany the best and largest papers Evening Journal A Xesson That Cost an Albany Merchant What Sporting Mea Rely Oh When Lewis B-- Redmond the Sontk Carolina moonshiner cornered after for eight years eluding the Government ofi cials was asked to surrender he ex- Â¬ claimed Never to men who fire at my back Before ho was taken five bullets had gone clear through him but strange to re Â¬ late he got well in the hands o a xudo backwoods nurse By the way if Garfield had been in tho hands of a backwoods nurse he might have lived A heap of volunteer testiÂ¬ mony against the iniallibility of the phy- Â¬ sicians has been accumulating of late and people are encouraged to do their own doctoring more and more It is cheaper and quite as certain Before Detective Curtin of Buffalo caught Tom Ballard he covered him with his revolver Tom saw the point and tumbled Joo Goss was covered a few weeks ago and he tumbled and so did Dan Mace Death fetched em with that dreaded weapon kidney disease But they should have been lively and drawn first They could easily have disarmed the monster had they covered him with that deadshot Warners safe cure which drawn promptly always takes the prey It is doubtless true that sporting men dread this enemy more than any mishap of their profession and presumably this explains why they as a rule are so partial tolthat celebrated dead shot Redmond was right No man should surrender when attacked in the back He should draw face about and proceed to the defence for such attacks so common among all classes will fetch a man every time unless covered by that wonderful- Â¬ ly successful dead shot Sportsmans News CMXTEItFEiTEK A Michigan Conom From tiie Bocictsr Morals BaMKj atÂ¬ The following Jjojanotknt hm be tained by the Hop Bitters Coaipsy e Rochester N T agaiast Cetfatinw D Warner of JKeding Xichjgsta pwkibitlag him from manufacturing or seUSsg u Gr man Hop Bitters The President of the United State 9f Ameri to CoUatinta XL Warner ef Hunting JWt his servants ivorkmen salesmen amA amta and each and every ofthemr lnird - fir- - 3t r aj U - sFl i - 3 --e 5 HI j- - A WELii Kxowx New York tailor recent Â¬ ly attempted to kill his wife and subse Â¬ Court quently committed suicide This is evi- Â¬ Witness dently not a case of the survival of the The Hoxokabijs MORRISOX E- - WAITE Cief Justice of tne United Stats fittest Life At Detroit tela fifteenth day of July A D ISC li bj v Whereas it has been represented roto the Justices of oar Circuit Court fcfee Bob Stanley ilatthews and the Hon Heary S Brown at Detroit within and for sake District sitting as a Court of Chsaeecy that you Collatinus D Warner are Eaaafot urin and selling a medicine Based Gerwwm Hop Bitters In fraudulent imttatmnot tbe Hep Bitters made and sold by complainant yenr said medicine boin devised calculated and inÂ¬ tended to mislead the public into parcbariag such aiunterfeit goods as the manufacture of the complainant We therefore in consideration of the prem Â¬ ises do strictly enjoin you the said COHatiftas D Warner and all and ovcry the persoaa Tog fore named from using thcKords Hep Bitton on any fluids contained in bottlee so as ta ia duce the belief that such fluds are made by complainant and further from tmanHfaetur Injr selling or offering for sale any bttters or other fluids in the bottles and Tilth the labote and in the general form in which you were manufacturing- and selling tho bitters called by you German Hop Bitters on the filing- ef tho bill or in any other bottles or with aay other labels contrived or designed to repreÂ¬ sent or induce tho belief that the bitters oiÂ¬ fluids sold by you are tho goods of the com plainant until tho further order of tk - -a- -i 3H - t i cg Â¬ Fools Rush In Where Angelx Fear to Tread So impetuous youth is often given to folly and indiscretions and as a result nervous mental and organic debility fol- Â¬ low memory is impaired self confidenco is lacking at night bad dreams occur premature old age seems setting in rnin is xn the track In confidence you can and should write to Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y the author of a treatise for the bene- Â¬ n fit of that class of patients and describe Grants Epigrams your symptoms and sufferings He can cure yon at your His style was clear and terse with full particulars byhome and will send you mail little of ornament He used Anglo Looking at yonr drawing imbues m Saxon words much more frequently than with an artistic fever remarked Smythe those derived from the Greek or Latin to Miss Lulu last evening It ought to He seldom indulged in metaphor but its sketching quietly replied Lulu when he did employ a figure of speech Philadelphia Call it was original and graphic as when he Toang Men Bead Thi spoke of the commander at Bermuda The Voltaic Belt Co of Marshall Mich Hundred being in a bottle strongly offer to send their celebrated Electro Vol corked or alluded to our armies at one taic Belt and other Electric Appliances days to men time moving like horses in a balky on trial for30 nervous debilityyoung orold Â¬ afflicted with loss of vitalteam no two ever pulling together ity and all kindred troubles Also forrheu His style inclined to the epigrammatic matismneuralgiaparalysisand many oth- Â¬ without his being conscious of it There er diseases Complete restoration to health is scarcely a document written by him vigorand manhood guaranteed No risk in- Â¬ from which brief sentences could not be curred as 80 days trial is allowed Write thematoncefor illustrated pamphlet free selected fit to be set in mottoes or placed upon transparencies As examples may Miss Parloa is ont in a letter giving be mentioned I propose to move imme- Â¬ directions about what to take to picnics Is girls diately upon your works I shall take tho supply of Call exhausted in Boston Philadelphia no backward step the famous I propose to fight it out on this line if it Pikes ToOTHACns Drops cure Inlmtnutc25c alter b xiaraoa ciens- - JProseeute the StcindZers II the drngsirt katia If when tou call for Hop BittersTwltnagrcenclaer out anything but Hnp itt of Hops on white label shun that dragztat as 70a would viper and If he haa takes your money for ta bogus stulf Indict him for the fraud and sue aim for damaees for the swindle and we will reward yo liberally for the conviction See U S Court Inlunctloa Sfcalaat C D Warser Reading Mic- h- and all his salesmen andageats Drucglsta and other imitators take warning HOP BITTERS IVrG CO Fever sufferer three years hare often heard Elys Cream Balm spoken of In tVe highest terms did not take much stock In It be-Â¬ cause of the many quack medicines A friend perÂ¬ suaded me to try the Balm and with the most wonder ful success T S Gexb Syracuse HAY FEVER 1 have been a Hay CATARRH a 2T CREAM BALM has calned an cnvlablcren- utation wherever known j displacing all Other prepa rations A nartlcle is an- piled into each nostril ao pain agreeable to use Price 50c bv mall or at drueglsta Send for drcatac ELY BKOTHEBS Uruggiats Owego 2T T Â¬ HAY FEVER Tiie BUYERS GUIDE to Issued Sept aad 3lrefe eacb year At ZSG pagesy 8xllK iHcJievwitii sver GIVES Wholesale Price direct to consumer oa all geed tev personal or rrally use Tells sew te order and gives exact cost oierery Uitng yon nse eat drinlc wrear or liave fun wltli These JSYAJJJABIJS UlniriieM 3500 Picture Gallery whole takes all summer Let us have peace The best means of securing the repeal of an obnoxious law is its vigorous enforcement General Hor- Â¬ ace Porter in Harpers Magazine Glenns Sulphur Soap heals and beautiGes 25c German Corn Remover kills Corns Bunions Derrick You can not call a sailor o slugger be- Â¬ cause he boxes the compass Oil City 9 If afflicted with Sore Eyes use Dr 25c A remarkable story of longevity Thompsons Eye Water Druggists sell itIsaaa comes from Massachusetts in 1750 two brothers Jonathan and Nehemiah Foot notes Tho patter of tho mules Allen moved from Sunbnry to Barre hind legs on the hired mans ribs Chi The former died at the age of 92 his cago Tribune wife at 87 Their six children who lived An inferior article is dear berond infancy died atio7 72 77 86 87 Remember thisand buyFrazer at any price Axle Grease and 88 an average of over SO Nehe miah Allen the other brother died at Speaking of butter the poor ye have 87 his wife at 67 They had four sons always with you Exchange and six daughters who lived to the fol- Â¬ lowing ages 78 SO SO 82 84 92 92 95 95 96 and 96 BOOKS contain inrormatlea gleaned from tiie markets of the world We will mall a copy FREE to any adÂ¬ dress op on receipt of IO ctx ta defray expense of mailing- Ziet as kear xreaa yon Kespectfally COl MONTGOMERY WARD - 227 229 Wabah AveHae Cicre DL OZEMA My wife has been sorely afflicted with Eczema or Salt Rheum from Infancy We tried every kaowa remedy but to no avail She was also afflicted wlta a periodical nervous headache sometimes followed by an Intermittent fever so that her life became a burden to her Finally 1 determined to try S S 5 She commenced svca weeks afto After the taira sore bottle the Inflammation disappeared and anallyspots see dried up and turned white and scaly and brushed them off In an Impalpable white powder reÂ¬ sembllnfr pure salt She U now taking the sixth bot tle every appearance of the disease Is cone and her flesh Is soft and white as a childs- - Her headaches have disappeared and he enjoya the only sooi healta she has known In 40 years No wonder she aeema n 5 VJ DOGS I Na--tur- es non-stimulati- ng dietary in advanced years will mostly be blessed with a better digesÂ¬ tion and sounder health than the man who thanks to his artificial machinery can eat and does eat Si much fiesh in quantity and va Â¬ riety as he did in the days of his outh Par be it from me to undervalue the truly artistic achievements of a clever and experienced dental surgeon or the comfort which he affords By all means let us have recourse to his aid when our natural teeth fail for the purpose of vocal articulation to say nothing of their relation to personal appearance on such grounds the arti- Â¬ ficial substitutes rank among the necessaries of life in a civilized community Only let it be understood that the chief end of teeth so far as mastication is concerned has in advancing age been to a great extent accomplished and that they are now mainly useful for the purposes just named But I can not nelp adding that there are some grounds for the belief that those who have throughout life from their earliest years consumed little or no fiesh but have lived on a diet chiefly or wholly vegetarian will be found to have pre-Â¬ served their teeth longer than those who have always made flesh a promi-Â¬ nent part of their daily food Sir Henry Thompson in Popular Science Â¬ Phrenological Phenomenon Phrenologist examining head Tou are a poet my dear sir Subject Never wrote a line of poetry in my life Phrenologist Incredible I My dear sir you should try your hand Tou have taste love of beauty poetry and art Subject How do you know Phrenologist Easily enough This bump V3 yy 5Hnsr f v zszri TJ L When Mr Crusty had succeeded In ex- Â¬ tricating his head from his hat tlio driver and his load were out of sight but ho positively affirms that he never accosted a more vicious man in all his life severe with my client It is customary among stockmen to gather up stock pro- Â¬ miscuously and drive them off without thinking much about it The foreman of the jury arosb in his place and said Your Honor may I ask the attorney for the prisoner a question Certainty Then I would like to ask him if he was not engaged in stock raising before he be- Â¬ gan the practice of law It seems to me ho is giving us some of his own personal ex- scene n 0 v Tu over the left temple reveals it all It is an open book to the one who-Subiect f checking himl And the most White Dresses for Mourning remarkable thing about it is that the bump Serge Cheviot and flannel are the appeared only yesterday Phrenologist Phenomenal I I cant ac- Â¬ favorite fabrics for white dresses worn count for it Subject gloomily I can by those in mourning they are said Phrenologist Indeed I How to be as cool as muslins and are Subject I called a man a liar Phila- Â¬ certainly cooler than the starched delphia CalU pigue dresses formerly worn These Two or a Kind are made in tailor fashion and are sayTom inquired Frank of his friend I usually all white there ai however some fine white wools with boucle or is that so about your uncle dying Monthly Â¬ perience The prisoner onlj got ten years which was all the jury could give him Texas Slftings Quito tho Thin Fitzclarcnce came into the club room with a handkerchief tenderly tied about his neck and his head hung over to one side I ev btf- r - -- V tailors have also used bhusk soutache braid on a vest side panel collar and in branching coral patterns and In vermicelli designs for trimmin white serge dresses Sometimes a sasS drapery of black gros grain ribbon of great width incased with a belted waist and house maid skirt of white flannel Fine Preach nainsook is the white Bjaslin for mourning dresses and their trimmings are gathered or pleated frills many rows of tucks a insertions of the woven revering Pare Irish linen dresses have been in-traduced in England and are made ii ifce severest tailor styles with large buttons of thread or of pearl for their ly garaifeire The shaer linen cam- hoc called ke ntiag and the thus nMriteteuded by those who can add a jBtt8 Jaee for trimming the ick and rafted black stripes that are very ef fective when well made English Which one I dont asked Tom know I only heard it was your xb JfcrcTtant Traveler All Seasons for His Own The watchmaker had been arrested for keeping open shop and doing business on Sunday but claimed that one Sunday was as good as another You may be right said the Judge what do you keep All days your Honor that is my business I keep time A vl hn smiled hopefully The Judge smiled also Ah yes he said thats good very good you Keep time eh WelJ JlU give you sixty days of it to keep JBo Burdctte time ijr uie uncle Well one of them died Did he leave you anything On the contrary my dear fellow I left hira something The deuce How could that be Easy enough I left him my overcoat last May and Hold on there Hold on Is that the one Hes a legatee of mine too darn his old skin Lets have a receiver appointed Hello Fitz called out one of the loaf- Â¬ ers whats the matter - jOw nothing cweatlyray deah boy only d boil you know Well it isnt much fun Not gweatly my deah boy but I can stand it you know Why dont you get rid of it Get wid of it Why my deah boy I dont want to you know jjDont want to Thunderation man what do you want with it Ab my deah boy its quite the thing to have Its so awfully swell you know The other man didnt know whether Fitz was joking or not and he hadnt anything more to say Merchant Traveler iit Some Good An Austin doctor gave his patient a bitter dose of medicine the other day which she was loth to take Her husband becoming impatient exclaimed If it doesnt do you good Ill be hanged Then by all means take it my dear madam exclaimed the doctor Some good is sure to come of it That man lias employed another doctor now Detroli Free Press Jatience The training of dogs for the field and bush affords abundant proof that patience is a virtue So much depends upon the amount of patience and per severance exercised by the trainer that often dogs are irretrievably ruined simply because of a lack of this quality on the part of those who profess to break them Of the effects of imperfect breaking the following story was told recently by a gentleman whose experience in that line is somewhat extended Breaking an old dog after he has become confirmed in his own will and settled in his habits is a very difficult matter Prince there pointing to a I bought large intelligentlookingdog for a mere bong because he had b eu imperfectly broken when young After I got him I put hirn through a regular sstem of training but of course it was slow and discouraging work He was naturally wild and headstrong and would run at such a pace through the bushes as to scare up the birds long before I could get within gun range To break him of this I tried various de- Â¬ vices without success aud finally adopted the swinging bar method This is done bv taking a thick round sticK aud running awire through holes bored through both ends up to small staples in the collar As the dog runs the bar will strike him upon the fore legs and in proportion to the swiftness of his gallop will be the heaviness of the blows This Prince soon discovered and of course he moderated his pace accordingly But as soon as the bar was removed he resorted to his old method of running about in headstrong wildness without the least regard to orders This was somewhat aggravat Â¬ ing to me as I never yet had a dog that could not be cured of this trick by means of the bar Butnotdiscouraged at my failure I then tried tviug one leg up to his collar a device recom- Â¬ mended by dog trainers and also of t ing a shot belt around his neck Both of these methods however failed to Prince work any beneficial results would work well when thus rigged up in harness but always resorted to his old tricks again as soon as released Finally after much patient work ind fruitless devising I hit upon the following plan I constructed a sort of bridle with a bit made of raw leather A strong girth was then passed around his body with a small ring on the un- Â¬ der side of it through which a cord passed connecting the bit with one of As soon as Prince went his hind legs to gallop fast he would jerk this cord and consequently the bit When I had rigged it upon him one afternoon and started across tho fields he as usual started off in wild haste But the con- Â¬ tinual jerking of the bit soon began to disconcert him and after a short run of half a mile he came up to me with the most imploring look in his eyes But I refused to regard his mute appeal When 1 and sent him away again was com- Â¬ reached home however he pletely fagged out and ready to do almost anything Well for two weeks I used this bit and bridle whenever I went out with him and when I finally took it off Prince was so thoroughly afraid of being submitted to the same process again that he never attempted afterward to range about in his former wild manner Since then ho has been the quietest worker and best trained i Y Tribune I have dg Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Traliita A Calling Dem iiidlnRT Them Tor tho Field and llush an average counting the fractions of years of 87i Most of them lived in or near Barre and wero farmers N Y Sun RADWAYS 1 Something akin to a mirage may and Best Medicine often be seen at Lake Griffin Fla If The CheapestTS TIIE WOKLBfor Family Use one looks north across the lake from the Tn from one to twenty minutes nevcrfalls to relieve Its application No matter with south as a rainstorm is approaching IVIviolent orone thoroujjU the pain the Rheumatic cveiy bottle of SSS is worth a thousand tlnres JOHN F BKADLEi weight In sold excruciating how Grlswold Sfc Detroit Mich May Ifi from either north or south be will see Bedridden Inflnn Crippled Nertoui Nenraldc or iorsalcbyall drusreits1SS5 prostrated with disease may suffer JtJD WAYS THE STVTFT SPECIFIC Cthe timber and other objects at the north itEJLDY KUULEF will afford instant ease Drawer 3 Atlanta Ga-NY15TW23dSt end stand out in bold relief as if they were in the middle of the lake and half BOWEL COMPLAINTS kXona Genuine Hnless bearing- this Staa the distance they really are away The It will In a few moments when taken according to 3 SHUb JAMES MEAMS directions cure Cramps Spasms Sour Stomach Heartchange is striking and unaccountable I Made in Batton congress sua burn SlcK Headache Summer Complaint Diarrhoea Philaelphia Press Dysentery CoUc Wind In the Bowels and all Internal Pains In Durability Cofirrt aad A postal caril Amearanc nhould alwav3 TSIUC CSC ILVDWA Y8carry a bottle of la W t nAVCLCnd imttAntvin hrfnsr TOT get JtEJUOV RE It is common to suppose that a ship LIEF with them A few drops in water will preventÂ¬ formation how t loaded with wood cannot sink Yet sickness or pain from chance of water It is better M Shoe In aay Stats this oricmtorj according to the latest returns of the ttian French Brandy or Bitten as a stimulant J MeaafcCa Malaria in its apent Various world Forms win Uccolairf 41Eoatojuai- British Board of Trade it appears that There Is not a remedial In the that Z2 ratu 3iarj Z1 jtyZS Jt during the past three years no fewer enre Fever and Apue and all other Malarious Bilious Gi KadwaysPHhOsonuIcfcas than 149 ships laden with timber were and other fevers sided by Price 5 cents sold by Kadways Itcudy lielief druggldis totally lost with 457 lives OÂ¬ 1 Hi Hi El REAOY RELIEF V NSsm mME Ss -- maica Ginger and Camphor Water as Bssoiven combined in Dr Pierces Extract of Smart Weed is tho best remedy for colic diar- Â¬ Builds up the broken down constitution purines the rhoea cholera morbus dysentery or blood restoring health and vigor Sold by druggists bloody flux also to break up colds fevers SI a tMKtle and inflammatory attacks if used early PHIs Dr For DYSPEPSIA and for the enre of all the dis Â¬ Boston maidens love flowers It is orders of the Stomach Liver Bowel Constipation haughty culture you know N Y Inde- Â¬ Biliousness Piles Headache etc Price 25 ct DR EADWAY pendent C032 Warren Street H Y m Best French Brandy Smart 3DZE5 Weed Ja- Â¬ 3FL A Sarsapariilian 07Pr5rS Ratiways lricf SIOO PONtpnid EZT Send stamp fcr circulars J SO C bhand o liboklHjr Kalttinir and profitable nraidinir or WcsTiar Use acrfcndof cl new or old ra9 or jam A haadsasne Ttrrkbibi CIS wona 01 carpe waats llHK zsaun una TUP DAQI RVli aiAKERcaa boosed lilC ibHtiL on all tevriajr machine or Kasy RlSS MADE IN AD AIT DellsktfRl etuDlemeaC r e A wonderful iirreatioa HOITT Je CO terms ed territory 218 fetate St Calcsco A slants at sight It sellsWanted Is there no balm in Gilead Is there no physician there Thanks to Dr Pierce there is a balm in his Golden Medical Discovery a balm for every wound to health from colds coughs consumption bronchitis and all chronic blood lung and liver affections Of druggists HatoTceys A The Bed Sshee House Shoe Boy or Girl TF youa wish fto pur- r chase ihoc orj ou AGENTS a month axd board to foraSEW and compete A maw who gets the rnicten is apt to be guilty of contempt of court --Burlington a wife and twin girl babies came in very late one night and went to bed His sleep was broken and he tossed and tumbled and muttered something about two of a Poor John kind and a small pair he is tired and is murmured his wife N Y Sun dreaming of his children -- gentleman whose family consists of Aslcalso forthe HENDERSON 250 yjj WOMANS GOAT BUTTON Stitched with Silk and everyway -- olid Madeonlyby Celebrated Manufacturers r U I m ntfWtribUS t IU theBoots and Shoes Chicago of N WriteforaSet cfour Fancy School Card3 stand the wcarand tear of every day usape that Is made of honest leather throuphout and on common sense idea oaS your dealer for Uenderaont SCHOOL SHOE fcnown everywhere by the Trade Mark of the little Red School House found on the botfom of each pair None Rcnnine without it that will LIFE OF JP TV The World greatest soldier and the Nations most honofd citizen Low rice Saald Sales GRANT R U AWARE THAT ZEIGXuEJi fc COPkUadelBaiaJ Jnhjirjk Loriilards CHmaz Plug v Tl mtSr 3 Jga hearing a red tin tag th3t Loriilards Itose Leaf fine cut that Loriilards Navy Clippings snd that Loriilards SaaSaara the best and cheapest quality considered r Yf LADY A atliTS permanent employment and good salary selling QHren City KUlrt and Ntoo5tlururporterSampIe outntfrec Address Cincinnati Suspender Co Cincinnati O will work torus a few days onry Nice Itfiht worfc Send Stc currency or Postal note for outfit and terms- - NATIONAL AGENCY Urslaa Pa After youns Meigs concludes that she knows so little about the washtub be canc afford to wringer courting a girl for two years Arkansaio Traveler Wnv Is a good speller in a class of school children like a glass of champagne Ba cause both go to the head Burlington Free Press vTe see by a Henderson paper that the able young attorney Mr John Barrett has gone into partnership with Mr James This will make a Grinn of Owensboro When parties down good firm name there go to law they will go to Grinn net Rnrfott nnfl if thpir a - beaten they will Evansvillc to have wi grin and bear it -- IFPAGES LIQUID GLUE i If used by thousands of Erst clan Sfamfautuim and Mechanic on their bett work Keceived GOLD MEDALLondonSJ Pronounced rfrtnint ciw tmrri Send card of dealer who doi not keep ItTithflTe2cfUmps for SAMPLE CAN mm SILK DRESS all FREEST vuvai uvUivvwlj J- 4- PMOTiJV rprr S8i8 186 1600 OVER At Green Sprlnsr Ssadseky CowrtY r C I Browa X B Asst Write for partlCHlan jrse Turner Treated and cured wlthoat the knife X V Where Ohio by AllQCH SlalHStea Srlzfeta 3leae a4 SUtiCEJs KIdaey and lTriBryTreHMe Etabuheu FAYS CANCER Book on treatment sent free FLPONDM-D-Auror- a Adsress KaaeCcuHi Kene rahle Cue leathe r for KOOFS OUTSIDE WALLS and IJfSIDEIn nlncr-- aCXltiatrr Very and 3RUOS of Krone and durable CABPT8testimonials and Catalogue with amemnterla MANILLA HOOFING EDUCATIONAL rnTTFfiE OF LAW ChIc3so TTvinv term will besin September 23 For UL Tha circular U FaU aad ears BUY 304 Pfl Vjuxxttsx rra heresitaartoatWfcnArn Beos Jaaesrffie Wlft jWrite furnished 1 -pfcT address H- - BOOTH Chicago M- - Argus ianiplesFreo TVlIrAYSsCOCasidenNJ k A- - RED My son if anybody smokes the filthy hihuiiiui Samples on Cotton Turkish Kubrnm free to Carpet Weavers send ing address to I T WHITE Eaton Bapids Mich weed dont chew umcago oun MOXTH The girl who loves William never asks MflSirfl-1 - eilnparttcles Agents Wanted 90 best 1 sample M1 her father to foot her bill Philadelphia VtUU Address JAY In the world Dsteoit f5 BROXSOX Uicm CalU m Â¬ OMFOPATI1IC neSMXlX O Jasia ol CteTeUad M D COIVLXGX For announcements address G J Bgtrar 9L Pubbe ej ClereUad O ANK E 104 is one thing to be said in favor of the mosqnitoes They may sing but they j There never whistle N Y Herald Why What shape is time round of course else how could it Kentucky State Journal on roll its A Clear Skin is only a part of beauty but it is a part Every lady - ft Did you Sup- pose Mustang Liniment oalj good for horses It is for inflamma Â¬ tion of ail flesfi I cak not sing the old songs and wo are glad you dont know the new ones Philadelphia Call Madame has begun to put up jelly and the currant expenses of the household are increased Boston Bulletin Child Mamma I want some raisins A hand Verv well take a handful ful Oh wont you givo thm to me your 2V Y Post band is larger Magnolia looks like it Balm both freshens and beautifies may have it at least what iat V- -v V- -