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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - - f - f r- T cv a- Jf - a- tr - - i iMWMB - v 5- - -- S - i The Hazel Green Herald SPEJtCER COOPER V - Owner and Editor THE HEBAUD OF A NOISY WORLD WITH IfEWS FROM AJJh STATIONS 100 A YEAR Always in Advance TOLTJME Hazel Gehen I I Herald Menifee Ma HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER THE SCARECROW 14 1885 - NUMBER 33 k Ifce Mta MMer wa Wished in Welfe OuatrMVMaec Mrrelj in the counties of Law- 9t YrMtMtt flliett Estill Fiord Terry ce 4 Ksett the latter elevcH feeirar witaa newspaper of any fclad THE H ERALD WK e Morra Powell fee Scat jUlTirUrrtc 2BIwm i EVBRY bKen MOKXTST aa4 Mvertfeers can reach were people by fta 4vertteeeet Ja Ms columns taaa by any brsaeme Try It sad fee convinced W9CXBHWD SPENCER COOPER Obc CepyiBeYear Six Months WJB6CKIFTIOX KATES ar WBBITBSDAY mo 6C WTXo PHbscriptloH will be entered upon rfeeelcs unless acoozsBaafcd by the money aad e cufeecriptiea will be received for less libasSlr Months ABVHKTISIKG BATES aty tre cents per incb first Insertion and twesty mvc cents xor eacu subsequent inser ties yOt X IBOB OS6 jCfir m m 4 innf W Itates on adverUseiaeats made Icaewa on application SPEKCER CXXPEK Address J lrcr Hasol Green Ky PltOFESSIOWAL J 3L SASH ATTOftNEY AT LAW HAZEL GREEX KTM practice In Wolfe and adjoining coun ties Collections will receive prompt attcn-Will Â¬ PATTERSON HAZELEIgS ATTRNEYS AT LAW JCC STERLING KT SAMDEL McKEE ATTORNEY AT LAW No 441 W Jefferson Btreet lVeUUTIIXE KT IBractksesJn all the State Courts as4 pedal atteation given to business of all lcis4i la tbe United States Courts A PORTER LACT xV ATTORNEY AT LAW EXAMINER F DEPOSITIONS Hazel Greek Kr J K QClX tAN aLYKiss QU1LLIN LTKTNS - j ATTORNEYS AT LAW f AND -- CellectionB a Fpecialty Real estate Boapht and sold on commission Will prac tioe in Wolfe aad adjoining counties REAL ESTATE AGENTS Camptos Ky Titlos examined taxes paid for DR R B GARDNER non-resl-deat- B PMYSCIAN ANI TGEt3fN Hazel Greek Ky Offers his ser ices to the people of Wolfe an adjoiaiBg counties DR v J M KASH ANB - PHYSICIAN SURGEON Hazel Green Kr Tenders his professional services to the citi zens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Offic6 at residence on Broadway Â¬ J 33 TATJLBEE M T HAZEL GHEEN KY ACCOUCHWR Â¬ fflSKM SDBfiEDH JM Tenders his professional services to the peo ple of Wolfe and adjoining counties Office at residence on Hazel Green Heights HOTELS DA HAZEL GREEN KY HOUSE Proprietor Patronage is respectfully solicited from everybody more especially the traveling public Pirst class accommodations and satisfaction guaranteed rXIfiRATT PODSB HAZEL GREEN KY JOHN H PIER ATT Proprietor A Ihc table is supplie with the est 1e the market rb4 rst clas accommodatloc trill he f urnisbeu f er man and beast MORGAN HOUSE WEST LIBERTY KY-- JAMES COLE Froprieter Patreaage ef the traveling public is re epectfully solicited Table always suppled with the best in the market Stable attached ASHLAND HOUSE NEAE POST OFFICE KENTUCKY TEXTJfGTOX IUST i 0SWELL mm EiSOXULE SOXS H B E Proprietors OAMPTON HOUSE CAMPION EX Proprietor ILEX J the t hoicest vl The table is sappMed withcharges are rea ASBlffiY tearisti nds la the market and the enable Special inducements t Ccmmercial Insure Your Property TS THE OLD EELIABLK Mi a- - iisoraiDc OrHARTTOKrv Mm Net CO3TM is JCeHaMe busruIcmtj Time Trld and Fir IS 9EE CHKAP1ST Tttl A CHEERFUL VISITOR ANOTHER CLUB SCANDAL WHOLESOME BREAD person is unannea In the West Indies themselves before superior when a Net a Have you had a servant examines whether they have riie Jfowly Fermented Article Unfit fo the negroes say Unfortunate Domestic Complications m Oh of Jobs ComfortersVWamsau TaLJc to a Sick yonder field he stands erect In riie Brown Utnslort good sleep In the sickly dstricts of been eating anything offensive If so tlie liuinari stomach Ko matter what the weather t4Dear me Yes Mis Moon the doctor to light Egypt where fever was common and thev are k ckdcl out if not thjv are An episode which has just And keeps a watch so circumspect It is an absurdity to demand that a oncernins the Sisters Club comeChicaao jist right about that you orto be key jec picked up Geyloucse On rddotiig suÂ¬ toes of every feather On dangerous they salufe by sayihg of 6o faithful is he to the trust Do yon per ors prostrate themselves repeating loaf shall be of a required size witu ud hrouRh the suit for separation brought fectly quiet an not have nothiE happaa fcJ How goes the perspratiou to his keeping Committed Is it well w th the name and dignity of the individual regard to the amount of real siibstaned igairisC Mrs Brown one of the Governors upset your nerves I was jist sayin so kr sweat copously That all the birds snspect he must Dispenso with any sleeping thee and the inhabitants kiss thU The Moors df Mdroccd ride at full contained since the expanson is ob Df the organization by her husband affords Debby Ann I thought Pd ran in a alaife hack of a superiors hand and as ah ex- Â¬ speed toward a 3lranger suddenly tanod by over fermentation s nee this Sometimes his hat tlpa down so low was bum an see et I It Ecems a cause for censure tra civility the palm also slop and then fire a pistol over his fermentive prdcess is one ol decay and a solemn warnlDg to the membei s of tho whilst the dinner up a bit I laww yo you For then some old courageous crow Ladies Club of this city In his complaint couldnt cheer Peace be Some salutations by reason of their head Mohammedans say Keltevca It tafe to venture putrefaction if allowed id proceed Un Brown sets forth a series of indignities feel dreadful downhearted about beln side On grotesque exaggeration ae calculated wth you to which the reply is But cRtchlntr siirht of either arm so lonr an havin things gouf tcrack an Outstretched in solemn warning sufficiently far it is evident that a to which is added to impress one with the liveliest feel- Â¬ you be peace The crow dccldeato leave this farm ruin Town stairs like tlwy always wul And the mercy and blessings of largo per cent of the nutritive proper- Â¬ ings of wonder and amusement The Until another morning when the heads laid up Land o liberty negroes whose actions are for the most God The Swedes on meeting one ties of the grains must be destroyed whv when I got down stairs after that sgail Although his dress Is Incomplete How cant part of a burlesque descripton natu Â¬ another simply inqure then a port on of tho first It really does not matter rally aflect the fareeal in their inter you The Burmese apply thef noses the starch the muscle making clement Perchance the truest heart may beat gluten or Beneath a patch or tatter changes of ceremonies Their saluta fcnd cheeks closely to a persons face And it Is wrong to base our love the office of the starch beng to pro Â¬ Give me d smell tion consists ot the mo3t ludicrous con- Â¬ and then exclaim On wealth and name and station tortions coupled with the absurd usage attributable to their great use of prir-- mote animal heat more especially By For he who will may rise above His daily occupation of pulling the fingers till the jonts fumes and the French say Uomment a normal change in starch grape sugar crack and when two ebony mdnarcus vous portez vous whch literally g is evolved giving a natural sweetness We should not look with eyes of score And find in him no beauty visit they embrace in snapping tho n ties How do you carry yourself r to the bread When however this Who stands and guards our fields of corn third finger three times Some nations Hii There are many causes which in- Â¬ fermentation is carried too far border Â¬ And does the whole world duty seem to consider that they evince the fluence these diversified salutatons ing on putrefaction acetic acd is pro- Â¬ But honor him for native worth For rustic independence most delicate attention and respect in among the various natons of the earth duced to such an extent as to make it And send a heartv greeting forth their greetings by a removal of some some resuting appa ently from the unpalatable in which case an alkali For him and his descendants a Martha Caverno Cook in JIarpcra Youno part of their wearing apparel or by national temper or disposition of a must be used but which can never re- Â¬ People temporarily appropriating some por-Â¬ people wind others are doubtless the store the natural sweetness of the tion of the dress of the onBs greeted outcome of superstition Many are reÂ¬ grain After such bread is a few hours The Ethiop an will take the robe of an Â¬ markable for their simplicity while old cold it becomes unpalatable dry and vexations td Which he has been sub- Â¬ SALUTATIONS other and fold it about his own waist others display considerable coraplexty and insipid from which fact it is pre- Â¬ jected that will call forth the instant sym leaving hs frienl but scantily clad and are highly grotesque in form But every husband in the land The had we hadnt a bull dish to eai Varieties of Methods of Greeting while the Japanese removes hs slipper generally speaking the further a na- Â¬ ferred new fear contradicton from any pathy of alleys a long list of petty ofttyphus Ithe dirt and water was enough comnlaint I do not of an when he meets a superior exclaming tion degrades from the simplicity of respectable source when I say that new wrongs ou the part of Mrs Brown sucli as to turn your stummick But jist keep Friends Hurt me not and tho people of Ar its infancy the more ornato become its fermented bread is unfit for the human refusals to sew on the plamtiu s outtons a things like that out tf your mind Mist racan their sandals in the street and ceremonies of politeness There must stomadh for the weak espccally and habit of putting her feet in chairs and neg- 3Ioon jist bend yourself to gctiin well TJi fr Origin and Signification Good thoir stockings in the house The Phil- Â¬ ecist the outward form and actions for if taken by the strong will soon pro- Â¬ lect of her offspring and relates several Now there was Liddy Ann Crozer I alÂ¬ Bye and Farewell Handshaking specific offenses ways thought Liddy Annd a got well e ippine Islanders take possOssidn of the thdse different customs and it is but duce weakness As a general prncOn the night of July 30 last the com- Â¬ folks would a let her but the neighbors Taking Off the Hat Firing hand or foot of the pcrsdn the salute natural for each nation to imagine that pie it is hot admissible till it has be n bathing the baby about an Salutes Et Etc and gently rest it against their own it employs the most reasonable- - But baked twelve hohrs and not the best plainant alleges that after to bed he sat up they kep a runnin in on talkin telliir how how and putting the children an things was a goin find them in a simple or till after twice that time faces while this ceremony among tho whether we Of course it until one oclock waiting for his Wife to got to runnin round nights to Philander form it may fairly be inferred changes or ripens more rapidly in of applying takes the come home several times falling asleep In saloons an places he hadnt orter yoo alntations in some countries have Laplanders with some form against the complex are not without their value they noses force that their warm than in a cold place ill warm or his chair Finally he heard excited voices know men will do sich things when l Yery dissimilar characteristics and it saluted ones and treating him to a in that thoy place in the hands of every Well they jist at home hot weather being eatable in half the at the front door and upon opening it he may not be uninteresting to explain a species of battering ram greeting Ac- man a prescr bed mole of approaching t me needed in the winter One ob-Â¬ found Mrs Brown accompanied by Mrs haint cheerful worked up to mat aegree got Liddy Ann few of them Most of our own gestures cording to Dampier the peoplo of his fellow man without giving or re- Â¬ jection to its use is the fact that in this Tompkins and Mrs Robinson who were that they tukher to the asylum in a straight So that such a cation also members of the club and the three jacket an you knew she ony lasted six of salutation and civility owe their ori- Â¬ New Guinea have a more polite and ceiving offense form there is danger of over eating social observance alike sanctioned for the reason that it is moro palatable camo into his smoking room and talked weeks I picturesque way of exchanging this oh gin to the warfare of the days of kind of civility which they do by plac- Â¬ by the individual and the community morning Upon his Yns try an git well Mis Moon think to the vitiated taste and from its Until four oclock in the questioning his wife when she finally came o your children chivalry indicating deference a8 from ing on their heads the leaves of trees in which he lives can not fail in its Think o them dear littlo Â¬ softness may be swallowed more readithat one conquered to the conqueror The a beng it may be assume 1 symbol beneficial results since it is destructive ly of course robbing it of the needed to bed she only informed him abruptly club creeturs Liddy Ann left Philanderll have they had been discussing a matter of them afore long hes head movement was simply the hand ical of peace and good fellowshp Other of confusion and productive of that saliva In this adhesve state not management of crave importance and he a stepmother over peartin up wonderful A father haint ar unarmed the helmet being removed salutations are of so complex a nature something in our daily intercourse crumbling like old bread -- it is nofc afterward learned from Mr Tompkins that mother no no Mis Moon nothuv never a better name may is most the party was at his mercy The hand that this form of politenessonly be de Â¬ whih for want of the phrase good thoroughly chewed and if not it can tho topic iihdr consideration was whether was truer 1 was a sayin to Debby Ana acby be described irksome and can not be well mixed with the saliva It Mrs Smith bhould allowed to flaunt two this momin that if it was Mr Moon that ungloved was in like manner the hand cidedlv after the most assiduous practice form Brooklyn EoqIb quired is also true that it will not digest was laid up instid o you little Josie ungauntleted Shaking hands was a Speaking of the customs of the inhabit n readily in this condition aside from the wouldnt a been a paddlin in the duckpond token of truce in which the parties ants of an island in the Straits of the in his bare feet sich a inornin as this atf fact that such adhesive lumps ot nait ACAPULCO Sound a French traveler tells us that sufficiently pene thediptheerv all over the neighborhood took hold of each others weapon hand baked dough are not they raised his left foot whch they How th Marketing of Oar Mexican Neigh Â¬ trated by the gastr c juice w thout an Lavined had her cough tended to to make sure against treachery We afore this it sounds dreadful holler poor consider it an incivilty to shako hands passed over the right leg and from bor is Conducted Aflaat which its thorough dgestion is impos- Â¬ He however little thing No a father bainjt a mother with gloves on and t is contrary to thence over his face Perhaps the most interesting feature sible In evidence of ths take a mass Now Ill have to go or my dinner7 hail the etiquette of tho European courts to omits to enlighten us whether he of Acapulco is the life of the people of new bread gently roll it into a bile dry 1 hate to leave you lookin so and wear gloves in the presence of the received previous instruction small ball and put in a glass of water down at the mouth but Ill try an run in Oucens A gentlemans bow is but traning before taking part in this s n who subsist by the small traffic whch putting a similar quantty of stale agin soon an do keep these awful folksÂ¬ Tho tiie ocr of the neck to the stroke of gular proceeding but the effect on a they carry on with tho few steamers bread of the same kindrin also out or youll soon jine Liddy Aniun Dehis adversary and the ladys curtsy i3 middle aged gentleman of aldormanic that touch there One mulatto woman last soon crumbles away and seeks a troit Free Press but the form of going on her knees for proportions in performing such am there is who weighs at lease 400 pounds level wh le the first remains in its form mercy Kissing the 1 ps by way of acrobatic salutation off hand would and who for twenty years has paddled for hours reminding ono of its state AN ANNOYING POSITION f ect onatf salutaton was not only not one would imagine be unattended out or been paddled out to the anchor- Â¬ in the stomach as hard as a bullet No Wonder the Toll Gate Keeper Became permitted but customary among near with awkward results Although not for a long time resisting the action of Tired siHo v iff relat ves of both sexes in patriarchial so difficult of accomplishment the in- Â¬ age ground as often as a vessel is sight the gastric juice which must have sur- Â¬ stopped at a toll gate and A traveler and also later tmes In former days habitants of tho Philippines are lovers ed from the promontory adjoining the face that its natural effects may bo new dresses each week in the Crochet Room asked the keeper if he had any good cool of a somewhat complex attitude in town She always meets the Pacfic produced All know that a solid piece of the club English sad God save ou sr the and Good-bye is for God be with their salutations which consist in Mail steamships with two bumboats of any soluble article as sugar takes Upon another occasion as set forth in the water Our farewell is a direct transla- Â¬ bending the body as close as possible loaded with her own person beside very much longer to dissolve than the complaint Mr Brown was roused from his vou John said the keeper turning to his to tho eat th placing the palms of the This is not bed at two oclock in the morning to admit son fetch me the gun the one loaded tion of the German lebewohl good liv Â¬ some fruits eggs trinkets and curiosi- Â¬ same in a powdered form Graham and such his wife to the house She had been with buckshot ing being it is presumed appreciated hands on the cheeks and then slowly ties Beautiful parrots of a garrulous as true of the home in a cab bv tho Anglo Saxon It is highly raising one foot in the air with the turn of mind may be purchased from bread the intermixture of the coarserÂ¬ broughtgreat excitement and was laboring Hold on l exclaimed the traveler UI So soon as she knees bent gen under probable that sa ing and writ ng our parts of the gluten layer and the - j her for S8 each Of course she has peremptorily ordered meant no harm iprvant and taking oft the hat were The Chinese demonstrate their na Â¬ rivals but her good natured laughing eral bran crust preventing this pecu Â¬ was able to speak she once to tho resideuce V you off Well then Til let originally demonstrations of obedience tional vanity and affection in their per-Â¬ face and abundant charms which re Â¬ liar adhesion This is an important her husband to go at Mrs Robinson and traveler rode on wondering why ths The of her intimate friend to those who claimed it The different sonal civilities and the name of thoir mind one of the display of dressed meai argument in favor of such bread Upon Mr question had caused offense He stopped cane that ladys husband forms of civility connected with bodily artificial ceremonies is legion They a butchers stall seem as a rule to It is also true that steaming stale Mrs Brown went into hys- Â¬ at a house and asked a man if he could tell retures are even more remarkable are not content with their reverences cai ry tho day and she is credited with bread may have one of the objections Browns refusalfound it necessary to call In him why the gate keeper became angry terics and he than the wohIs mutual contact such and their singular postures but add possessing a very comfortaDlo fortune ie nas to carry Yes 1 can tell you of new bread that of being somewhat n tihvotmnn Ttwns not until morning that kind the number of their So sooner does the prow of a steamer yielding and adhesive so much so she was able to relate tho cause of her per- Â¬ water about a mile and a half and its al-Â¬ as the pressure of hands embraces and quantity to gets home ksses beng always regarded as the salutations being calculated to a nicety show itself around the sharp corner that it will not crumble and turbation She told her husband that upon ways warm by the time healong asks if with hes expr--ssoof kindly intercourse al- Â¬ and varying in accordance with tho which vessels have to turn to enter fine by a given amount of visiting the club the day before she found it Every one that comes be made water He scarcely hears though the words may to a certan ex-Â¬ rank and importance of the per on the harbor than the bumboats may be chewing Of course it is not as un- Â¬ that the sole topic of conversation was a re-Â¬ got good cool from morning until night else tent be considered as an index of na they would honor If two persons are seen flocking out from the shore and in wholesome as new fermented bread port that had been circulated to the effect anything who kept the gate last year went Â¬ basque of tho new dress she had The man that t onal character The theory of tiring brought together after a lengthy sep- an astonishing short space of time and yet it is well to notice that from wornthe church on the previous Sunday did crazy but this fellow seems to stand It betto a salute is that it leaves the guns harm-le-- s aration it is their custom to sink down they are alongside The bumboats at the fact that it is moist it will not be Â¬ tempered not fit across tho shoulders and had eviÂ¬ ter He is rather even gate several and al Â¬ knees and bend the face to all these Mexican ports are the priini and at the mercy of the other par on their as well mixed with the saliva as dry dently been made by a cheap modiste months kept the though he has ty and ths is so true that fir ng salutes the earth this ceremony being repeat- tirao dugout canoe whch as every stale bread and that it will not be Mrs Brown as the complaint goes on to he has only killed two drummers and Should you one who has seen one will acknowl- Â¬ chewed as finely while from its pal with blank cartr dges is a modern in ed two or three times stnto huntflil this rumor down and found crippled a boy I kept that gate once novat on occas oned however bv the meet a Chinese and venture a edge is not ungraceful in appear- Â¬ atableness there is danger of over-Â¬ that it emanated from Mrs Robinson Mrs Did the people annoy youi ho will in all ance especially when tossing about How dyou do Not much I only had to knock down fact of a complimentary cannon ball eating It is best to take our bread Robinson was confronted with this fact proving fatal oice to the personage probability reply verbosely in such a upon the waves The natives paddle dry enough to demand chewing and while encaged at checkers with Mrs Smith one man and stab another on but I only whom it was meant to ho ior When strain as Very well thanks to your them now just a the mixing with it of the saliva one and promptly denied the allegation wr kept the gate a week their purer Why dont the fellow dig a well felicity or if he should blooded forefathers did 600 years design of which is to so change the Brown told Mrs Robinson that Sho had not an officer salutes he po nts his drawn abundant Now look here a thousand men have take the initiative you will be over- Â¬ ago before Cortez set foot in the starch that it may be more easily di- Â¬ believed she had ventured such ah ariion sword to the ground and tbe salute asked me that question Strangrr I reckon in Oolden since it was a notorious fact that she Mr gested Dr Sanaford of troops is st 11 designated presenting whelmed with some such greeting as Aztec empire The huts of tho bum Arhansozj Traveler Robinson had worn an imitation sealskin youd better mosey Prosperity is panted on jour face Mnls arms that is presenting them to be boat people are on tho beach close sacque only two winters before At this or lour air announces your nappi to the foot of the promontory taken SEASONABLE Mrs Robinson screamed and declared that But perhaps the most curious Hero naked children hogs fowls The frequent allusions in the Bible to ness THEY STAGGER dressed like a fnght WHY Mrs Brown always the customary saltations of the Jews of all these is the custom of salu- Â¬ and dogs live promiscuously together and that the skirt she had on at that iden- Â¬ sneezing relevant to in the sand invest the subject with a higher degree tation after Bronze skinned young The Stages of Drunkenness as Described by tical moment had been turned twice Mrs Â¬ of interest than it might otherwise which an amusing account is given women wade out with bare legs and Brown furiously retaliated that Mrs Roba Physician claim as it affords further confirmatory of the effect which attends tbe loose gowns displaying the r shoulders minx inson Why does a man stagger when he i3 gloves was a spiteful cleaned that she wore testimony of the Good Book from the sneeing of the King of Monomotapa arms and bosoms into the gently lap- Â¬ with alcohol that had been exist ng usages of the East where pre It is said that those who are near ping tide secure their canoes load drunk had once come down to the breakfast and c sely the same forms are to this day his person when this takes place them and then embarking push off room of a Newport hotel in a Mother HubA representative Philadelphia phy salute him in so loud a tone that per- Â¬ for the anchorage ground A peep sician scientist and philosopher ad- Â¬ bard wrapper Mrs Robinson frenziedly preserved When the Arabs meet each other the sons in the ante chamber hear it and into their hut3 shows these people dressed this query to a News represen- Â¬ retorted that Mrs Browns complexion was purchased that her friends had always befirst thing is tho falute which is re join in tho acclamation in tho ad to be lazily industrious and invaria-Â¬ yesterday afternoon on Chestnut lieved privately that her front waves were tative peated several times and is done in the joning apartments they do the same ble cleanly Their life is just as false and that she was known to have at-Each strikes the tdl the noise reaches the street and be- Â¬ simple and more peaceful than that of street as they passed by a well dressed following manner palm of hs right hand on that of his comes propagated throughout the the patriarchs of old Cor San Fran- Â¬ gentlemanly looking young man who companion or throws it on his left city so that at each sueeze of his cisco Chronicle evidently looked through the bottom of shoulder repeating always the same Majesty results a horrid cry from the too many wine glasses Salamat caf Halcom tar salutations of many thousands of his phrase DOWN ON PEDDLERS You must know said the Doctor But perhaps the climax vassals bn Peace How are you well This way of saluting is most beautiful of absurdity is reached when the King The Gamin Who Improved Upon the in response to a request for a plain but Method ot IXin Fathnr that the nerv- Â¬ scientific explanation and striking and when performed of Sennaar indulges in this luxury for Ho was in trade the stationery trade gives a new figure and majesty the whole of the courtiers turn their ous system which has its seat in tho to the naked Arabs who are tho backs on him and loudly smack their and he carried his stock about with brain and spinal cord divides its re- Â¬ actors of it These gesticulations are right thigh required no expressage as it sponsibility among its several parts The Turks cross their hands place him It always accompanied with a very grave consisted of six diaries and twelve lead much as in the executive department of After the salutation them on their hearts and bow ex-Â¬ tone of voice He had rung the bell of a the government tho responsibility is Be under the care of pencils they inquire of each other the news claiming Miss Tillie McFidge was a huaaaaer sub divided but centers in one head tSs Â¬ Forget me not in pray- Main street mansion No one answered about the places whence the came God Sho vowed shed wed none but a plumber of the United States In Thy visits are as rare as fine He had gone down to the basement the President Hut an ice millionaire The r news relates generally tnc ers tended a ball with imitation lace in her the case of man the cerebellum presides sleeves l Ere she was aware an ancient greeting as it is and knocked Still no one answered buying and selling of dromedaries days Took her off In tho middle or summer over the co ordination of movement was too much even for Mrs Browns applicable to their Then ho had tapped on the window This whether there are loads to carry or by no means Louisville CoKricr JorJWt over volitional life The Romans in Silence still But just then he had the cerebrum oblongata over respir- Â¬ angelic temper as she herself stated and some hing of this kind They then ask present country What doest been made aware of the presence of a and the medulla of alcohol intoxica- Â¬ she flew at Mrs Robinson with a shriek Color Blind in One Eye each other for tobacco or salt and their ancient times exclaimed but was prevented from doing any great small boy who had issued from an alley ation In the case Be healthy or Be strong conclusion Salute me Hamed at thou RTtamhier What is the color of this is first felt in the amount of damage by the other ladies of the Carosco and your All at Barbar Do when it was customary to take up alongside and proceeded to hurl at him tion the influence decajed vegetables and other odds and cerebellum and the victim loses thatÂ¬ club who held her while Mra Robinson Â¬ flag and kiss them j ou understand In peace in peace children by the ears kiss the hands of ends in the street cleaning departments control over the movement of his mus- fled from the room and hid in the coal cel- Engineer Green sir After this each resumes his way Italians on meeting lar Upon concluding her story her husRight Now close your left eye What Women and children kiss the beards of lades to whom they are related wth line None of them had hit him he cles which characterizes him in his band alleges Mrs Brown stated that she normal state This is the reason he Is the color of this flag How does she adm tted but for self protecton he had their husbands and fathers Their the strange inquiry go near the horrid club again Green sir Dark green a policeman and had the staggers If the intoxication is carried would never she kept her word Manillas bend their bodies summoned greetings are marked by a strong reli standi further the cerebrum is attacked and and for a weekhowever her attendance had hostile taken into camp Just so Shut your right eye What upon their hands gious character such as God grant place their Since then flag am I waving now The magistrate tried to look severe he loses all control over his thoughts thee His favors If God will thy cheeks raise one leg and bend the Mr Brown been as constant his power of expressing himself intelli- Â¬ was left alone at asbefore and A black one su home every night and was Peace be knee fara ly enjoy good health Persians salute by inclining and turned- his gae upon the culprit uNonsense gently and in fact all his intellectual subjected to numerous annoyances One of Its bright red And this w th you neck over neck and then cheek to at which the latter dug his fingers into faculties are benumbed When this the allegations in the complaint isthatupon flag Nothing affords more interest and cheek wth the extravagrant greeting his eyes and struggled manfully but narcotization becomes complete the Black six one Saturday uight he parboiled tne baby fruitlessly to crush out a tear anrisement than an examination of the Is thy exalted h gh cond ton good Pshaw it Is white Your- left eyr too hot Lookhere William Bronnan hie man is dead drunk In many instances by leaving it in water that wasinvariably seems a little off and Mav thv shadow never be less various modes of salutation practiced the intoxication has so affected that and he complains that h is Ho or said is that your namer In Poland the by the nations of the earth In some Peace be upon thee Well maybe it 13 It is a glass eye part of the spinal cord which presides obliged to get the children ready for church Yassar degree these forms may be regarded as inhabitants bow to the ground with the Philadelphia Call sir You hear what you havrt baen over sensation that surgical operations every Sunday since their mother Is too thou gay Art -an index of national character or the sgnificant inquiry have been performed without producing weary to rise before noon doing A Qaestlas ef Age Be well circumstances of national life The and How do you 1 ve on The club has employed counsel to defend the sensation of pain The last portion Yassar Hebrew salutation was Peace and a common exclamation which the Miss Benson has beea called te taka have of the system affected by the potat ons Mrs Brown and the members to Mrordered Is your father living towers Brown charge of one of the R B-anc ent Greek Rejoice The modern means literally God be with you husbands never to speak of the drunkard is the medulla oblong- Â¬ their as long as he lives N IT Times Yassar use the form What dcest thou again In has degenerated of late ears into the An old friend ot yosrs imt she When this becomes narcotied He is eh And no doubt slaving ata The Hol- Â¬ Devil take you Germany How do you find yourself r opposite c Yes Bromley I was rafeedwtth A Misconception respiration ceases and death ensues and in some parts of the country they landers with tbe r proverbial love of to support a worthless bo like 3ou 1 have gone even further than youi one said the lover as he stood Always knew shed ake Iwc waji Do you know what hi Just invariably Joss the hands of all the good living salute their friends by ask- Â¬ Now tell me She als has charge et He switches Have you would do it he reard you had beeD original question implied and have upon the stoop with his girl just onel lad es of their acquaintance whom they ing How do you fare given you all the stages of drunkenness Goodness no Why BreaJv Irasat Just one said tho mother putting her Laplanders when pell ing this man timet In Spain How goes it5 and had a good dinner It is when the influence of the alcohol head out of the bed room window above to hear it You see tbatwaa her ieaUag Yassar Sunnsh grandees wear their hals in they meet on the ice press their nose3 in I warrant you know Niow what is feltthe no other portion of the brainÂ¬ well I guess It aint so lata as that but weakness was the presence of their sovereign to show firmly together Bengal ese call thera- cerebellum when the individ Its pretty near twelve and yoad better be What than slaves of would he do thty are not so much subject to him as selves the most humble MlsplaciBg herswilAas There waaart ual is sa d o be drunk in the legs but going or her father will be down Lam me cause I missed the rest of the nation When the those thev desire to salute isoheraans to the Philadelphia all right in the head And the lover took his leave with pain In aaccning that sidWtaT lahaat Jac rm xl orrige passes it is the rule to kiss the garments of the ye sun they galoot Paps down on peddHrs ihcMPhilatlpMa C tfews Jds heart Boston Courier Siamese prostrate xV T Herald throw p0 tae ciok to show that th miBk to- honor - mm ij JISm VWffi Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ 44 1 it Â¬ -- EJmM lllW s- n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ liS Â¬ T -- - - J - 1 Hi sai - n i r-- A rp-s-- - niiTlilill WlUfgHll Mill 1 wiiiir iwi ttfuti n imIcxew iuim if imi -- I - J3V - - S r t Gf - ii - - 4 jr m v llieseArraiigemeuts are m force on allrwe wish fo sav to her that we are well Young Men Read This The Voltaic Belt Company of Mar Hues of tlie L and NM the C 0 and S land hops these few lines Will find her eu Aovaaoe shal Mich oner to send their celebrated W Jtilroad and the Cincinnati South- - noying the same great Messing- - The Electro Voltaic Belt and other electric Jftll MIL IBBBgBgg era Railroad- - I have not been able to j lump on our brow which she erected appliances on trial for thirty davs to c lfc Jhwel Great PosteiEce I liear yet from the general officers of the with the hub of her parasol grew quitc j men young or old afilicted with nervous mu Matter IuiroatL but local nlenls of llarge and Wednesday morning we f did debility and all kindred troubles Also Cand 0 I Ba for rheumatism neuraliria uanilvsis and vsx w M foa lav ATMH laat comyany autaoaza jne to state uiat not Know wneuier twoum ue uv tu wu wcf rtM A ca TOre ERA tksKSRjirfpe - the same terms as above will he triven by our hat 6n the head or the lump hut it tion to hculth vigor gUarunteea X0 it circulation i in ex t amhIm wMfc has subsided now the lump we mean ck Issse it I tfeerefere - It risk is incurred as thirty days trial is al ii i rs The Illinois Central will trausnort over and we hope the young lady and cute lowed Write then at once for illus- smk eb AUYfcrSMJMMla FAhUIUM Ttrated pamphlet free jhmntrii iTCentwkr p1uikm1 Xv m-- its Southern Division Mineral and Agri-- little dog are well sml il mf -JDMt luilf Ibuft r t iimUr Hcwftapc4 da nut I cultural products shipped and exhibited IMMK S A drC VIRGINIA Sfc 3BT HERALD b v the Statefree th ways but all man g 3 n i a n s ufactured articles on terms as above Tarcivell Items for The Herald Cedau Rluff Oct 5 Some teachers F P 0 S 3 3 ji SPENCER-- COOPER Editoh given for Individual Exhibits As I will necessarily be absent from on the borders of Jeffersonville seemed very iealous of the graduates from Cedar home most of the time hereafter I wish HAZEL GREEN KY Bluff so much so that they made slight WBDKB5DAY OCT 14 1885 until Novcmher 1st all persons east of remarks about them We are sorry to Cincinnati Southern Railroad wishing say that the shame and disgrace does not blank forms of application for space or fall on the graduates but on those who not do Democratic County Ticket other information to write Hon Keene could the sportso well and the ones who made Bj6 Tin XosdAy ia Aagast 15S0 F Pritchard Catlettsburg Judge J H Mrs Rhoda Samples wife of W P Hazalrigg Mu Sterling Judge Chester Cntr Jadge Samples and his sweet little daughter Sv Pqcs Winchester Horace January Esq Rosa of Ezel K XJ B SVAXGO are visiting friends Maysvillc Hon L F Mann Carlisle or and relatives at tins place She will re Onaiy Attornev turn to Kentucky in a short time Hon Adam Renaker Cynthiana JOSEPH C LYKDfS Persons living on the lines of the L Cedar Eluff Sunday school was reor- mrWWl lcf cs hnfl - with T T A ITr Cnty Ceort Clerk and N R R and the Cincinnati South- Â¬ r- - T as superin- Â¬ DAVID HOGG c ern R apply to the local freight pass and Jrroi Hurt iiaiieyMiss Lizzie and tendents J B Ch agents of those roads or to W S MChcs Repass secretaries and Miss Mattie L For Sheriff ney Jr at Lexington Persons in other Pcery treasurer O T CENTER sections of the State may apply to meby Miss Nannie B Cecil has been em MT Jg- - Fer Circuit Court Clerk letter care of President Southern Expo- ployed to teach the school at Midway sition Louisville After No ember 1st Wc wish her much success all communications should be addressed The Tazewell agricultural and mechan- Â¬ 5For Assessor to me by my official titleat New Or- Â¬ ical fair was held at Jeftersonvillc on the WAG W CRHEY 29th and 30th of September and 1st of leans La care Exposition Company October Quite a delegation from In- Â¬ For Jailer I would advise that all freight along dian went up and all left saying It the Cincinnati Southern Railroad be was good to be there k T SGEORGE W DRAKE It would be im- Â¬ possible to give a list of the premiums shipped direct to me at New Orleans For Surveyor after first satisfying the agent at point and all who received them WL BURNS KASH Who will tell me Wanted to know of shipment that the same is part of the who Uncle Remus is His old school- Â¬ For Coroner State Exhibit Freight in Eastern Kenmate cannot tell me and most assured- Â¬ PDZLDEN COX tucky should be shipped to W S Mc ly I would like to get acquainted with Chesuey Jr at Lexington who will for- Â¬ my new Uncle Caatr School Superintendent PKENCHBUllG KY ward it to New Orleans Freight from Miss Biackeyc will please accept my J0HN SL ROSE Western and Southern Kcutuckyshould sincere thanks for writing to The IIfr Gaiikey be shipped either direct by the Illinois AM last week G W Moore Ppop Breathitt Announcements We arc authorized to announce IJ 3L Central or scut to my address care of T Sjicalis The Lunc Star COMBS a candidate fur the office of Survey- J Keene freight agent of L and N R A Hutchixs Tex Oct 4 18S5 or of Breathitt county subjeet to the aciion R at Louisville and would like to have Mr Editor I of the Democratic party all freight intended to go by the L and I have been a constant reader of your N R R at Louisville by the 25th or 26th most valuable paper ever since its first LEXINGTON KY Te the Democracy of the 13tli Judicial of October J M JtMM -- i IDiffiD V- - -- THE JOHN SHILLITO COMPANY Wholesale and Hetail Dealers in 1 i j -- 1 If Ji trn U11H w BY GOODS CARPETING Race Seventh George Streets J T F DAY j1iasi JHinft ilMffil HAZEL BEEN SlS I JJIt ASSORTMENT OP GEXERAT MEKCIUX Hsvinff the caperisuce of manvyears ia our HHeof icvi jusuiieu in asserciaj o mc trade both Wholesale aml Ketau that we uiisiiics i vuii tum v in meet mc numa ui our pmrous aim inaKc it to vour interest to murozxtfe us u e have an immense stock ol everything you vraut or need including 4 -- 1 - - lVKHJSAP BESr hlsTEKKESTlCKl hc EY k S zvll OK lu THE - a tt WAW Cincinnati O jiLYTLE CO DEALERS BUY GODS3 KGTIONS CLOTHING Boots Shoes Kats Caps Drugs Groceries Queensware Hardware Saddlery Cutlery Leaf Tobacco Live Stock and ail kinds Country Produce taken in exchange fir Good or iu settlement of Xotcs and Accounts lfiYour trade is respectfully solicited J T fc P CDuaaica DAYL THE IX I ffnnfq 96 8 H - Fr Tr mm DEAN dull man mm E B MAY J a SWANGO Pear St CINCINNATI KITE - SWANGO Dealers in General Mercliandise MAY KY Vecl Keep constantly on hand every tiling Tceptina first class country store not secure trade by inisrepresention but by fair and honest dealing We carry R-v-i- c4 Q MAYTOWN -- 1- ll r - J -- in Street POLLARD -- Â¬ STEELING Importers and Jobbers IX The Largest and Best Stock of Goods and sell for tho Least Money of any House in Town - KENTUCKY IRST-CLASS- ueeiisware Glassware N We have also connected with our business A First Class Steam Flouring and Saw Mill Itcspectfully C O and will guarantee satisfaction cr MAY SWANCO j W cor Pearl and Walnut OALL shmu Â¬ GBEENWADE HOUSE Cincinnati J P BOaEES WITH SWAMGO DKVtEB IX i Louis Stix Go GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY XEErS CONSTANTLY OX HAXD V i r j IMVOUTERS AND JOBBERS OF FULL iSSOKTEEXT OF Â¬ H WODHGFFE veterinary our eon Gextlemex I am a candidate for Every exhibit should be accompanied ihe oiKce of Commonwealtht Attorney by a ticket or placard stating bj-- Avhom Ih this district and subject to whatever actios Toa mav take in convention in soaiiaatiBg a candidate for this office If I skould receive the nomination and be elected in August next I promise you that I will faithfully and honestly dis Â¬ charge to the best of my ability the trait Imposed Hoping that my aspira tions Trill meet a favorable response at your hands I am truly 3 ours contributed with postoffice address county or town where article is produced name and kind of article and short description analysis in case of coals min- erals and sods I respectfully ask that every newspa- Â¬ per in the State will publish this for the benefit of its readers Â¬ district J M Kasii Commissioner of Agriculture Lexington Ky Oct 10 1SS5 KANSAS CITY J Soule Smith THE N O EXPOSITION To the Pcoxle of Kentucky - Col J Soule Smith rceentl appoint ed by Gov Xnottas Commissioner from Eestucky to the New Orleans Exposi- Â¬ tion has issued the following circuhir to which we invite the earnest attention of the people of this section The undersigned having been appoint Â¬ ed Commissioner from your State to the North Central and South American Ex-Â¬ position at New Orleans alcs ycur hear Â¬ ty co operation in seeing that Kentucky is properly represented both in its State -- The Sights Which John Orcar Saw There From The Thomas Cat Last Tuesday we paid a visit to Kan sas City and now deem it proper to sny one word in relation to that large town which is too often ignored by those who visit it We allude to the giris large numbers of whomf we met while there We did not have a good opportunity to become thoroughly acquaintedbut met a Exhibit aud private displays The Exposition will open on Novem ber 10th 18S5 and close March 31st 1S8G and your Commissioner believes that it is under such management and organized upon such a financial hasis as will certainly make of it a grand success He would like to see every county and city in the State send its special contri hutkra to be a part of the State Exhibit and where this is not done he would be pleased to have private individuals send such contributions as they have aud he will see them properly classified and arÂ¬ ranged Collective State county or municipal exhibits may comprise collections of nat-Â¬ ural resources such as illustrations models actual or prepared specimens of ani Â¬ mals hirds insects fishes etc- - Geologi- Â¬ cal specimens fossils petrifactions shells etc Prehistoric relics antiquities and curiosities Minerals and ores Speci- Â¬ mens of soils from the various geological formations of the sections represented with analysis Grasses fibers mosses etc Specimens of native woods iu con- Â¬ venient foerus Products of forestry di- Â¬ rect Agricultural products of every description Fruits natural dried or preserved Manufactured food products textile fabrics peculiar to the sec- Â¬ tion represented Geological botanical eatomological and omothological collec- Â¬ tions from the section represented prop- Â¬ erly classed and designated Collections may be composed of ac tHal or prepared specimens or of illusÂ¬ trations in photograplis or prints or models of paper mache or other mate- Â¬ rial and may embrace official maps charts reports etc I especially desire fine specimens of poals ores and minerals of all kinds bidldiag and lithograph stone timber clays for pottery and brick making with specimens of products hemp corn tobac- Â¬ co vegetable products seeds and Â¬ ad grasses ad Tke short time allotted me since my appointment will necessarily make the seccess of our Exhibit depend mainly upon the enterprise and energy of others than myself and I hope that public spir-Â¬ ited individaals in every county and city will at once begin moving in the direction of an exhibit from their locality The following arrangements with rail reads haveheeu made Articles belon iag to the State Exhibit will be carried to New Orletng and return free of charge Individual Exhibits will be carried on jrepwd freight one way to New Orleans smd oiose of the Exposition will he re Iwnwd of charge on certificate of eExpWtiittiKrities thatthey have Â¬ rt mt chanfedwarskip -- large number of them casually Girls of Kansas City whether dressed in the warm tailor fitting garments of reluctant spring or the cool toggery of the heated summer time Irave a habit of mov ing down the crowded street with their eve fixed on some object about 2 30 miles ahead and jostling the gentleman from the country town in a way that almost makes him glad he came Of coursenow aud then iu the never ending liurry and bustle vou meet a irirl whose svmmetrv of form has been mislead or whose fea- Â¬ tures arc calculated to stop a clock but if you arc on your guard you can evade her and catch the dimpled elbow of her successor in your vest pocket They have 210 doubt forgotten me ere his Living as they do in a large and booming town like Kansas City it would not be surprising if they ceased to rc membr our thougtf ul face Meeting new people as they do day after day it would not be surprising if they had not forgot ten one who never well forget them while reason continues on the throne Girls of Kansas City we may never meet again or at least not so much so as we have We may meet with so much expression and velocity as we have but remember that you have made an impres- Â¬ sion on a country editor which time can not erase Never have we been knocked over and walked on by those who im- Â¬ pressed us more with their genuine worth and their parasols their earnest- Â¬ ness and their chubby elbows You of course will soon forget but we will never forget We are not of a forgetting disposition We got so we could steer clear of the girl with a wart on her nose iu time to have the breath knocked out of us by one whose bright smile haunts us still After we got so Are could do that suc cessfully we did not care for other fea-Â¬ tures of Kansas City The only conversation we had was with a yeung lady who ran into our out- Â¬ stretched arms while her small wad of hydrophobia wrapped his chain around us both four or five times Heretofore we regarded the dog as a nuisance but we are now convinced that there are exceptions Some dogs are ex-Â¬ tremely sagacious We do not remem- Â¬ ber what our conversation was but it was brief and Gur remarks were quite We only know that commonplace though we tried over and over again to find another sagacious dog led by a win- Â¬ some young woman in good clothes we did not succeed in doing so Many dogs hove instinct but very few of them are blessed with great mental powers We hope that the young lady alluded to in case this should come under her eye will try to overlook the past and remem- Â¬ ber that we harbor no feelings of antir pathy toward the dog issue and I assure you that it has always been a welcome visitor to my home and while in Kentucky made it a point to en- Â¬ quire of my friends if they were sub- Â¬ scribers to The Herald the majority of which answered in the affirmative while a few said they borrowed from their Now my friends you should neighbors not rob your neighbor nor the editor but should waltze up like little men and subscribe at once for your county paper thus making the neighbors and editor happy also your family I now ten- Â¬ der my many thank to the noble hearted and generous people of your thriving healthy and wealthy little village dur-Â¬ ing my stay while among you all which was to mo a most exceedingly pleasant one as I met a goodly number of my old school mates now grown up into man- Â¬ hood The visit to me brought back die happy recollctions of our boyhood days as we used to ramble oer those gigantic hills of My dear old Kentucky home Those were the happiest far away days of all when in boyhood we shared the sports and entered into the joys and pleasures of each other as school mates The man that understands boys will either join encourage or direct them in their games of amusement The women understanding little children will invite them to pleasant walks Marbles tops ball kites and books are all a part of education apparatus the indirect lesion of the play ground are often more last- Â¬ ing than the formal teachings of the class room The crops health and the weather are all good in the Lone Star State In conclusion allow me to wish The Herald and all Kentucky a hearty success Green T Little Office at Treney Wilsons Stable Calls attended to throughout Central and Eastern Kentuekv Dry Goods and Motions Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Third Race ad Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Uxion Streets Xes Stoves and Farming Implements CINCINNATI O LODGING HOUSE N E Corner 5th and Jefferson LOUISVILLE Entrance on iith up stairs M CE FRITZ KY HATS GAPS GLOVES Co In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at COTTOit PRICES Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due inc all kinds of Country Produce and Live Stock of every description W S Dickinson The Old Reliable 4 Wiiitemax Night Clerk HAT HOUSE Corner Pearl and Vine Cincinnati vrouhl here express their thanks fir past favors to all their old customers anil still ask a con Â¬ tinuance of their trade We always keep a good stock and Uncle Jim Ftmt with his good looks will at all times be ready to wait upon you JOHS1 W JOPiES DEALER IX W N EALDBMAN President of ths Great LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL CO Tells What Ka Knows of Ilnfn inn I PPlp S5 yS W ULbilu U d UffUH NO 10 MAIN STREET I S 3 3 i SLTEnr uiih N j -- MT STERLING ICY 100 DOLLAR UP 2 Largest Stock of OSoeks in Eastern Kentucky CLOCKS FROM ONE One Day Clock strike WHTTEBSMITHS oni i Dr many JL Ks tJ rl El XY P 1GS rtATTCXirc -- Tine Street Cincinnati FOUNDRY 31L -Ohio n 00 i 4 Kiht Silver Day Clock X -- H and Album - 3 75i Crncz of the Cockier Jocsmai Lc3isvnxs VSinttTsirjth Sir I waive a rule I Live observed for Tlirec Years in the Pen Lexington Press M Hardwlck of Powell county It who has been iu the Lexington jail for some months on the charge of cutting with intent to kill W M Combs jailor of that county was tried in the Powell Circuit Court on last Saturday and sen- Â¬ tenced to three years iu the penitentiary His defendants tried very hard to estab- Â¬ lish the fact of his insanity but all they couhHnake Out of it was a crazy drunk He filed grounds for a new trial which were over ruled by the Court but judge- Â¬ ment was suspended for sixty days in or der that an appeal could be made Hardwick is a brother of the County Jude of Powell and is a member of one of the oldest and best families m his nave beca entirely satisfactory f two ytari str atsrj in which I believe every Known remedy kai itczn tried with temporary relief- the chil returning periodically and ser srangV Your cure Irckc them a i with incrsascd severity once and there has Leen n3 recurrence of them for more thin six months The other cas was of a milder frtaand yielded more readily to ether remedies biftthc chills would return at intervals until your racdiciae wsj ustd since which time nowseveral months they have entirely disappeared From the opportunity I hare had to judge fdo not hesitate tc express ra- - belief thit your Chill Cure is a valuable ojfi anri performs all you promise Very respectfully for it U ing ixieto say in repy to your request what 1 know The private riuraaccs of its I your Chill Cure effects eiliicv 1 haU and the sood results of its for moreI sad cbiervedon Mr R W Meredith who h 13 fifteen years has been foreman of szy cE c induced rae to test it iu my tasaily Tht results yars the value of your remedy prompt Â¬ ALLISON SMITH The type on which this paper is printed the above foundry Editor Hfrald ii id i oooiiS ajParticular attention paid to Repairing iv Call end see my goods T1 4- - la from JOHN W JOHSS ESTABLISHED IN 1845 -- 1 Jdasei Green Academy The Trustees of this institution have 31ST 1S again secured the services of Prof X The first case ass IIAYS and the third term will commence months AFGlST and continue ten 10 ihe Leading insurance Agency OF MT STEBLIITG- EJ t Assets of Agency - Sf43S4S730 80 -- r H v tj t nvv t V IL1 1Y7 L ItiiCSHF IUi UNABRIDGED In Sheep Russia and Turkey Bindings llasel Green is the most desirable loca- T tion in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky and noted tor the advantages it lias m 31HK000 00 1SGL London and Lancashire lSvS1 Royal of Liverpool schools churches temperance societv 1S3G Liverpool and London of Liverpool 2n0000 00 and health 541211 00 and Glohc of England 3CS7o000 00 1S10 IIarti7rd of Hartford This school presents advantages which 1S00 North liritish ilerean- 140 priur2el1 ot SprinsffeUl - 5SoG33 CO arc not equalled in the State inmany par-Â¬ K301000 00 1SG3 Firexnens Fund of Calitile of England ticulars and its future is destined to work a 1704 Ins Co of North America foniia 147302b QO good to our country which will he felt 971HH 33 lSi3 ortiiwcsteri National of Philadelphia 1IT4S9 0 Terms reasonable for both tuition and 1710 Sun Fire OQiee of London 5SiW000 CO 1750 lS7 IaJo 0O iaam of Xer York hoard For terms applv to L 17S2 Phenix of Loudon o3501G 4G 1SS5 IJoatuiaus Pittsburg 411490 00 HAYS Principal Prof X Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by 5iiccefulam well known eoqiorations the policies of doubtful or experimental ceinpanies being dear at any price 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 iu trust Look to quality as the WITH A-- HOFFMAN paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully Office At Traders ami Deposit Bank Luuwan Sunday-- it i B B ROBBSTS Garter Bros 1 Co WHOLESALE 729 731 DAY B IOTHERS FROZEW GREEK Breathitt County - Kentucky HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED the finest line in both qualitvand varietv of R F McCoiiMloc MODEL J M Cox Dry Goods and SMotions J PMG MILL John A Carter James Li Carter The Unabridged is now supplied nt ft email ditional cost with IHENISONS ad- Â¬ and 753 McCOSMICK Rough and Dressed Lumber SASH ELIXDS COX Doers countv For Lieutenant Governor Lexington Press A Firline Jo C ISuhel J O Carter I tMAES STREET LOUISVILLE WITH KY SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS ever brought to the mountains and will sell them cheaper than the same class of goods can be had elsewhere in Eastern Kentucky Manufacturers of and Dealers in Jr Our distinguished Representative in the next Legislature the Hon Tames H Mulligan is very favorably spoken of as the Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor at the next general election In ability and thorough devotion to the great principles of our part no better man can be found in the State The name of Judge Mulligan will add great strength- - to the ticket in Central Kentucky where he occupies a high petition in the Democratic party far above the petty vindictive assaults of disappointed politicians Â¬ The greatest improvement in boolc making that lias neen made m a nnnurea years The Cat gives but an incomplete idea of its utility jLTyJg dfH PATENT REFERENCE INDEX THE STANDARD T n SMOCK has HSOOOTVords mm WebsterKntitravinjrs and a Xw 3000 JS J BTCCyrTnaidtomalcea Family intclliRent for SCHOLARS Uiosrraimicni xjicnoiuiry 5 Standard in Govt Printing Office 32000 copies in Public Schools Rile 20 to 1 of anv other series XEACHliISS and SCHOOLS Webstor in Standard Authority with the C S Supremo Court Recommended by the State Supts of Schools in 3G States and by over SO College Presidents Tho latest edition in the quantity of matter if contains is believed to bo the lrjrest volume published It has 3000 more Words in its vocabulary than are found in anyother Am Dicty and nearly 3 times the number of Engravings A LIBRARY IN ITSELF Â¬ A Good Idea has been suggested that every paper j It practical English Dictionary published in the fctate of Kentucky It is the bestLondon Quarterly Betnew extant should send a Aveekly paper to each of It is an ever present and reliable school master to the ivhole familv 5 S Herald the three Lunatic Asylums iu the State This is an excellent idea and every paper G C MERRIAM CO Pubrs Springfield Masa in the State should adopt it The un- P I t fortunate inmates are as a general thing poor and are unable to take a paper Rev JoilS J DtCKKT Principal begins E TUCK They frequently call for home papers its sixth term August 4th lScso Students with aud as there is not a weekly paper pub- Â¬ can enter at any time Instrumental music lished in the State that does not waste is taught Hoard at very reasonable rates CO BLOOM GOLDSMITH TACHAU A of more than three papers each week noth by LrmwltY and500 volumes recently donatedÂ¬ librafriends the Jobbars of Gioihing ing would be lost by sending them to the ry free to students principals private re- Â¬ Manufacturers The schools past Asylum while much good might be don cord is hii best assurance for the future KY G42 and C44 Main St LOUISVILLE Union The Kentucky 73 and 71 Wowti r St SEW YOI1K Highest THK Honor TBCU r Winchester Democrat V J- - N VAUCICT Worlds Exposition S S COMES ip irtiu who in company with his wife has just returned from Clay City VATJG HST COMBS informs us that Tarr Thomas and Me j DEVLEIt3 gibbeu of lie Kentucky Union Compa j pTiTTfl 1 ny nave pu rchascd of Dodsre and others H I IiA I UN EWWBSMITHofthe I COMMERCIAL COLLEGE j their interest in the road and that it will j xSD LIVE STOCK OF ALL KINDS bf in nncr irinii itisirlp f tan rl Thn i K rtfituckv Univ rsltv LTris-ior-rtKt iuiaVmffEinaaycekrd3yIire tbeywi Cor ilain and Marion Streets hands will all be mid uu and nrnnprirv CUIPTON KY I cerbouttowu Averse total cost iMin une id-f at Clav Citv is alreadv beinnninjr to tivBtxtiit Book aedftcanl InafomllvvSgO TolfCDlDtr dawn A passenger COach Will be CO- Phonography and Type V7rltlnc rjMUtt iitcraryj m vwy 15 year f nnnfur v mt iiiinA iiLigiii twi n iui uraaaaics Orer 5CO popiH y ywrvfrom li touvtuMliubl j in rmlnr frnih- uuiu F ikvivva from craeticallr tJ laJlituai tho nnunnf AV nan- - Hnnnt o4- rHo- nil- - i teiP4Xtcd irritate lonmclion i cotrfe for Tcbcra sum Bu5l- - f IXK 10 KchT ku IfiwCwilb Syeia uwirub iU VWAT Ui HAZEL GREEX KY lruntveralty Diploma I uM M rraipJ to tt cirtj is nearly complete cur I ootwl Jbr JU teaKitfuInrM asA enuaies TBU beautiful 1 - B- E- Therefore be wise and place your moncv MT STERLING KY where it will do vou the most good WiS WILL SELL YOU MORE GOODS FOR Wholesale Dealers in OND DOLLAR than anybody We mean Ladies Will Find at Miss M S Heyts all we say and if you are at all doubtful call A fine black kid glove at our new store and satisfvvourself that we kid 12o 4 button Silk at 103 Lightoir and have what you want all you need and will i gloves in black and colors Lisle thread Ruchings in not ask the earth moon and stars tor it leiss and muslin Our store is a bran new one located at crepe Infants muslin muslin at 2H cent a bonnets 50 ccnis up the mouth of Frozen creek immediately on box Corsets in sreat varietv the banks of the Kentucky river and the pins and eardrops in sets Plntcl Tiroli i from t up Lace stock in it is bran spankin new also con- Â¬ yum 715 and 717 West Maiu Street uummu ocucift lit MIW jrOItf i CI3 sisting in part of Collar buttons 30 to 50 ets iu gold and uii Between 7th and Sth silver Silver Rhine stone combs 373 to Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats S00 Ilair ornaments in gold silver shell LOUISVILLE KY and jet Gold necklaces 3 to 5 each Boots Shoes Hardware o Coral bracelets 23 vis jCr pr Ijidles haad D B GIIEEN 1 up All kinds of hair work No store in this section would be complete satchels WITH done to order Rraid made from combings without having even thing for the accom Â¬ IITJFFAKEK at 50 ets per oniice We seli braiils stjRde WHITE GREEN modation of the people hence we carry from lon even hair at 3 to 10 gra Wholesale Dealers in 5 to 10 Orders mail Staple and Fancy Groceries Cor Charcli byUpper promptly attendedKto liUXtXGTONV in uch abundance and varietv including 615 West Main Street It L White Hour meal bacon salt cofTce sugar c iM 15 Green LOU I3YILLE KY that wc am sell them very cheap orwill exJ A Ilutlaker j Vaiuale Farm Ssis change wiih you for country produce Davis Mallory Co Money Saved is Money Made AXD ALL KECDS OF BUILDING M VTEBIAL DRY GOODS And Fancy Goods NOTIONS oots and dnoes -- M - GP Those Owing Us Must Pay Us I offer for sale the farm knows as tk and well have no monkeying about th e Holderby place matter Respectfully fce Containing June 1 1SS5 Acres DAY BROS lying miles below IIswcl Green on the state road This iaruxhaS oa W T CASKEY 1IF PIEPwVTT to KA 423 CASKEY I it Sf PIERATT A Cood 2 Story Frame DwsHing 1 nlJUJlllljl V4UlJJs General to nTnT-A-w-A-RDsx n Wholesale and Retail I- ftlerchandise GIRIOIOIEIRIS Flour Bacon Lard Salt PROVISIONS OF ALL KINDS Canned Goods Coffee Sugar Teas Svrup Patent Medicines Nails Axes Oils HAZEL GREEN KY J U- - j - - T ll J T PIEBATT Wooden and Tinware In fact containing 5 rooms besides kitchen and 3ia ing room There is a good well of wa-Â¬ ter and fine springs which yield aa alwa dance of pure stock water aa orchard of 65 bearing apple trees of assorted vkkr and summer Iruit young and thriftv good barn and out buildings ahout 100 seres of bottom land in good state of cultivatum S acres of which is now in com 00 acre of improved table land and the remaiiuRg acres timhered of which lt acres is covw ed with very finest oak and poplar soil rich and productive and HBderlaid witk I ever produced combination of remedies for corns nuc rahria pains in the backhand side etc Breens Liniment is certainly the best SoldbyP EDay M i mi lcKlioj ratlrcails Tlw Test Book wfcicc nsriveii ttc fiichtt aard t the Worlds Expositioc for it Kitcocivt lnaijcal and Com tim of ruiaev IMueaiion is used only at CoUceC It It tap ehMpdf CoIIrfe ltk tbv hUbl radon Jar at ttd usraslen vocccsk So tmlsS5 to lu dtarrringe jcradu ttU Fcr lrcnlan aod MI partlcnlarj d4re iu froMent aal Phenie WTIiBira It SHITIT liexingtoa Ky 2r Give us a eall and be convinced that vou can buy more goods from us to the Dol- Â¬ j Makesnnd repairs all kinds of Farming lar than at any other house In the moun Â¬ tains We also desiri tn llllV mimhor nf Tools Bnies and Wagons Horse Shoeing will receive especial atten- Fat Cattle and Sheep for which we will pav j the highest market price tion Â¬ I LACKSMIT EVERY THING YOU NEED once on reasonable terras Persons derky to purchase can call on II C Ifer4o a W O lllze at Hazel GreeH or tie KHte- signed at Stan ton Powell countv Kr May27lSSJ I Wl MArSL ore and Price Fine Bituminous Coal 4500 J4 cash and reaainderiH two years Pos5seioB giT at i-- jwt tf ti -- ifWi - - v t - sp u r f - vt a- -- J ZJ - Mi- - SESSaQSRSEaiac2SRESQE2iS3S1 - fc H T t i 4j Tavlor of Booneville is visiting rela tives and friends on Stillwater aifdIted Wt rAacs Jtat Bwttor aJfW Atfc EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS BY tJ- Eiver On Sunday night he preached Sa k if II if i li COUNTIES fj Vbv - in ri i an y tl js s m V H 5o miSJw lu-- m mm a at the residence of John O Houndshell every Q VJZSU T9VfKBrBHCj flereafKa4tt m fei to a large audience The people of Life kl e xwke6oC Wlfe 31oc- - meager that later news may wear a Jif- Reported ly Special Corro ponilciits from community are highh pleased with this his All Ioints In tlie 3tountaini Pow- - ferent Afflicted Brewliit Xceifee 3sjoffin face abilities and would be glad to have him jauii rcrir u ioya m engage in a series of protracted meetings WOLFE COUNTY t rerr point ia tlie mountains during his visit Onr Stoct Sale Day These springs are Iocatcjl lltrce qrBarier Wm frr teems to agents c Henry Taylor Eevs H H of a mile froutlie bcauuftd urww of Ksael John H Pieratt the indefatigable Conrroy Oct 10 On last Friday will preach the Little and Tandy Tavlor Green Tlia water contains a tanker ier funeral of TIWSE TABLE auctioneer reports the following sales on niglit we nad a centage of iron than any other waJerJuiewB and his mother at 3lrs Nancy Taylors show hcnceIt ik the most valuable iatk- cmre f Ssiia Atlantic RsHway Wednesday last our paper being two at the school house by Prof Carpenter J at 3Julljnss Grove this creek on the 4th Jisease usetk interaally er citeraMpl Sunday in this month JlfaMifland- Hne22 minutes slower than lit days late to wit who is a very good performer lung Al- Â¬ Among the many diseases wrfcteYSwh is T iieriiHj tiiae Capt TV L Hurst attended Circuit Wm Brown to D S Godsey one cow cohol seemed to reign supreme on the ocheir to and for which tkls wHerihlwr K 1 leaves 3ft Sterling at 7 a m arriving 22 23 E is known to be a positive aad yiaiojniSt P Michel to Same one colt casion and as oon as the entertainment Court at Staunton last week lie Heihwell at 40 a in care are the followragr Our farmers are actively engaged in 3S 2 leave ISotlnrcH at S a in arrives at 22 75 II J Samuels to TV C Perkins closed and the crowd dispersed the town COXSTTPATIOX DYSPEPSIA SHJtV of the corn husking business was almost ablaze by the discharge atU Sertr at KhTfO a in one calf 7 15 F X Day to Jordan firearms To one uniniiuenced either by DISEASES SCROFULA CA-- Xe Slaves 3t fHerlin at 140 j m TDied On Frozen Creek September TARRH RHEHiLVTJS3 Wills one pair cattle 70 00 John H intoxication or excitement and viewing 9th Mrs Nancy Sally Hothwell at 320 ia TETIPvALGIA IsESL-4 leaver Usui well at 44- - p in arrives i Evans to W Caskey one calf 15 20 the matter in its true light it would seem Born to the wife of J B C Little a t Jilt Sterling at ny0 p in c - MT wild uncouth savages of some TVc appcntl a few of the htiadreds e ts- X 2 cwHHcct art Mfc Sterling with 1105 a A 15 Swango to Frank Tyler one heifer that the forest or some of the inhabi Â¬ line son Jas Kosco primeval m sh3 157 p m trains on C O rail way 10 25 H H Swango to A J Wood tinionials which have bees tn4ered as tThe shooting matches on Holly for tants of the infernal regions had turned w LerkjiwH Cincinnati and Louisville one the efficicy of this water ia disease heifer 10 50 Tom Chancy to Ben themselves loose upon our usually quiet sheep and coliee is the fashion of the 3ie 5 whhj at Mt Sterling with 1103 a One lady writes I aia so tktrafalte tke trais Great Giver of all Messiahs tkai I tri4 jr jRimiab C 4 0 from tkeEast and 136 Stamper one mule 45 EH Phipps to little town to terrify its inhabitants day Six pouzsdee freai Ixitusvilleasid Cincinnati Swango Springs Pruelv do I give all the 36 50 Lou But this only fancy it was in reality two heifers Si3ewigoBcry count court day special J M llosc time and money spent there fertke health only some one better preparing them in each MORGAN COUNTY and strength I now enjoy ftcs Xeikwell o the 3rd Monday Sterling Day to Harrison Swango one cow 20 selves as future occupants of that place A gendeman of Illinois says XtkiMktke t 730 a mm arriving at Mt A B Swango toSamT Swango one mule inhabited by the devil and his angels leaves 3ft Sterling at aft 8 a m lief uralis water of Swango Springs didme were xeed 55 I Holland to James A Lacy two est Liberty Oct 12 Married jutSvuh at iinthwcli at fc30 j in A H Stamper of Laure than all the nostrums I have ever tried I 3p Thursday the 8th int 1 oclock p Sterling at 5 p m mules 225 ICeis Tyree to James A Xuaves Hwihwell Jer 3ft ending school at this place will certainly be with you again aext springM at the residence of T J Swimm at GEO B 1IAKPEK Sapt References R T Smith J G Trimble Lacy one mule S9 Eli Phipps to Jas Wm Combs of Jackson was in town the mouth of Elkfork Jefferson Fannie P LceseMt Sterling Ky7 FilIIiHkle Nickell two heifers 14 50 Total sales this week attending our court of claims to Miss Emaline Peyton Attendants Mrs 1 M IJiuKle uai Clarke rlB JUck HAZEL CREEK KY is Ky at auction 513 30 Cattle mules hogs Potter Duff of Breathitt Count his G ShermanTVLouis and Miss Bettie PeyOCT 14 18S3 A large hotel is now keiHkuilt whick 1HSDKE3DAY B Ragan of the M E family of Z T Hurst ton Rev and horses sold privately would swell visiting the will afford ample accommodation to visitors brother-in-laChurch South officiated For further information in regard tn board these figures to something over 1200 J advertisements inserted Our town has been flooded with com- Â¬ Hiram Hogg of Booneville Deputy ILUtEISON SWAXGO c address at 75 csnte per 3ach first insertion and 25 which considering the depressed markets Collector 8th District was in town yes- mercial drummers for a few days but as Hazel Grtea Ky Or this office cease h iaekcaeh sbfccouent insertion below is a good sign of coming prosper- Â¬ terday none of them advertise iu The Herald OB NHNNELLY ity to our community Thos Pryse of Beattyville general we suppose they dout wish to be known Tvmr a guest of Therefore wo will not give their names storekeeper and gauger was LOCAL 3SEWS Steering the Old Sliij of Zion PL Eva little daughter of Kelsey Humey SCy on Thursday the Asbury Hotel Vanceburg Courier -- p pKMarried On the 7th inst Geo K a prominet farmer near this place is T liev Tr L Stamper the new preach Nuekell of this county to Mrs Eliza very ill Pjeratt for the finest Go to Oaskey er for the M E Church South arrived j beth Bowman of Lee County Rev Jas hi John P and Albert Wells who went WHOLESALE SADDLERY dbest Sour in lown AVest several weeks ago returned to this last Saturday evening and on Sunday Roberts officiating Buy yHir saddleiy paints oil window preached two excellent sermons to large There will be a Sunda3 school picnic place the past week fully convinced the Manufacturers of J L Punlap State of Republicans and cyclones was glass nails c of Caskey Pieratt congregations Mr Stamper is a young at this place on Saturday Oct 17th not the place for them J B Dunlap 18S5 Come one come all TV G Barrett Saddles Harness ca Jeff Hose has our thanks for an ele man possessing pleasant manners and suA R Barnes foreman of the Scorcher Jacob Harris of Louisville was inter- Â¬ 72S and 730 gant wxtereon aud a four pound sweet j perior ability He is a cousin of silver viewing the merchants of our town on will go to Owingsvillo this week after and deulersin rrt JAO TV Main St tongued Prcs Taulbee whom he is not Thursday in the interest of Levi New his wife who has leen visiting the fami- Â¬ potato Saddle rv Hard war e ly of her father for several days unlike in style of oratory and manner of burger Co of that city X C Swango will please accept thanks delivery He is delighted with our neo IfL Jonathan Creech resig ned his office as C n Perry a photographer has been LOUISVILLE KY clays for ne lot of very fine apples of the pie and we are glad to know this kindly f Jailer of Wolfe County on last Monday in our midst for several peopledoing good have se our fill the work beveral ot Nickajaelc yariety feeling is fully reciprocated in other UHU Wl U JiJVW iI U ointed to CN EORGE DOLL 1 cured the shadow ere the substance vacancy WITH fades words the mash is mutual and we may t Jesse Swango of Swango Station 111 Elb TJlen of Catlettsbur - line our expect the course of true love to Hon TV TV McGulre returned from run was visiting friends and relatives at this Rosenberg Flezser G0rr - cere thanks for valuable asciilance in a business trip to Rowan County hist smooth for a vcar at least The church place tins week getting out this weeks paper flexner Successors to Rosenberg Nathan Geo Bobirson TVm C issitv and D C Friday ought to be proud of its new pastor and Messrs Greenville TV and John TV v rf Williams of this place ire olf on a trip i WHOLESALE Howard have been in our midst visiting Breens Liniment removes knots and endeavor in cfn to Cincinnati to buv soods reDUuainjr as wesi as ot reuenip tin n VlVUi friends fora few days and left for their All enlargements on horses or other stock On yesterday saw a potato in the The people will find him a faithful work- Â¬ store of Combs I Vaughn raised by S home in Salyersvilleon Sunday morning No cure no pay Sold by J T F Day AND er and if the Old Ship of Zion doesnt S Combs which was 14 inches in length 5 Maytcpvn Oct S TV T Day our TVillie Swasigo l nrntmnnTif vnimn- make Yanceburg a regular landing place 17 inches in circumference and weighed VMIMkV j 712 axd 714 Soon Side Maix efficient marshal is attending court at farmer near Hazel Green brought us a it will not be the fault of the man at the 5 pounds Stephen Center and San Buchanan of Louisville this week and is greatly missBet 7th 5ih haadiome pumpkin weighing about GQ signal station Menilec County were in town Thursday ed here especially around the stoves pounds LOUISVILLE KY being summoned as witnesses in the case these cool mornings A 2cv Thing Vn Ilavo E TV Damon of the Richmond Mill Commonwealth vs James Gibbs S J GKALTHAX JAS A SHGTTLEWOKTH S Mi Tyler of 3Iorgan a few days The Commissioner of Agriculture the of the for shooting and wounding Boone Hanks Co paid our town a flying visit yester- Â¬ 2ozen fine sweet pota- Â¬ chiefiinover of the Geological Survey and on Sept 4th 1SS5 sisce hrought us a day se- Â¬ Keeios SHUTTLEWORTH 6RAUMAH toes and for the same will please accept Commissioner of Immigration would James Gibbs who was chanrcd with J T F Day passed through here on stare Trith wonder and amazement to step shooting and woundini r Boone Hanks yesterday en route to Louisville Manufacturers and Jobbers of thanks into the sanctum of The Herald office had an exam ins at this place on Thurs- - LP Jordan Wills has bought mm a large IBTTIOI Ti dav and vas acquitted T arm bell and I think li is the happiest O JV Cecil of Grassy a few days and take a look at our specimens a 3 a s s tt md8jF M flK 5 W ftQ E B Cardwell and TV T Hocjr of man 1 ever saw atacelroaght Us the finest specimen of Oat heads 19 inches long t1 il R Vim N 14i I ss Joseph Pieratt and family are guests STfiER P i if it Jackson were in town Monday en route Irish potatoes each 21 pounds sweet potato we have ever seen It M X JLI4ZJ Â¬ of J J Cannoy at Spencer Station Sweet potatoes 20J inches long audi to Louisville where the had been recog- Montgomery impounds nized as witnesses aguust Allen Little county 151 inches in circumference of Breathitt County TVm II Lawson is said - to be the For want of proper assistance this Ears of corn 12 inches long TTnfrnt tl 5 Uur Uourt 01 vjisums convenea on Frrfannf TT ktll wo rvlif iniltl ill week though considerably Leliind we Kentitcky Apples weighing 191 ounces Monday and adjourned on Tuesday even605 TV Maix Stbeet Are com2elled to omit a great many iin- Orten Adams and James P Powers Pumpkins 3 feet 2 inch long and 4 ing having expedited business rapidly porxaat items LOUISVILLE EY The following claims were allowed to the wore iu town tq day drumming for Reed feet 2 inches iu circumference i Peebles notion houe Portsmouth O county officers viz County do Timothy grass stalks 5J feet heads principal 250 County Attorney Green Stamper on Wednesday brouglit v 250 They are both fine business men Judge 12 inches 250 Jailer usaieample of the fine winter apple County Superintendent Miss Maggie Clifford leaves to day for 177 making a to Hazel Green to spend Saturday and 270 County Clerk Cannel and bituminous coals chestnut known as the Nashville Mammoth for MT STERLIXG KY burrs oak mast a rattlesnake 5 feet long tal of 119 allowed to tne live princi- Sunday with the good people of that whioh he has our thanks C TV ADAMS pal county officers A poll tox of 125 place J B ADAMS J TV AD AXIS and 10 inches around c c levied and also au ad valorem 10 wis 11 TVilliam Norton of Tazwell county Ajtccus jLimment is pronounceaf1uy au Hra and Miss Lizzie Claypole of Black-ggie Fallen teacher of Days- - cents on the 100 who iave used it to be the greatest rem- strict school sends the foilow- - wlJied Un the th mst ot measles water arc visiting the family of Mr li Keep on hand BUCKBOARDS and SEC- Mrs Annie Byrd wife of M T Byrd ot A Childers this week OXD HAX1 BUGGIES and Repair sad G BAXTER Successors to JOHN mg report to Oct 9th Highest grade in Lick Skillet etc Sold by J T F Dav Stillwater after an illness of only a few Paint all kinds of work A class Thos Fallen 93 highest grade days Here the pale horse and his rider WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL MANUFACTURERS OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY Jack Zimmerman the oldest printer in in B class Clarence Day 97 George have fobbed earth of an inhabitant and I -Hie State is lying at the point of death Spurlock 95 Rosa Burton 941 Sallie society of an ornament but we have k A Oct 5 Mrs Annie Hurt only to to believe that - in Danville He is seventy eight years Cruey 93 Lizzie Cruey 91 Mary Bur- Â¬ irood reasjnpopulation of theis brighter has Altons Ruxfor a nice entertainment special attention Will receive Mr Shores our thanks swell the CONRO Y SHORE Give us a call of age and has been a typo for over sixty ton 90 C class Ida Burton P65 Jane world where she with a robe of uglit- - given a few evenings since The young Hatfidd SGj Basil Hatfield 9SJ TVil-- eousness and a crown of light will shine ladies present were Miss Sallie Kemper five years lie Edwards 9S Marhida Hulf 9Gi far brighter in the society of angels than Emma Roberts of Sideview Rosa Jones From 3 private source we hear tliat D class Robt Edwards 85 IlarricUa her circumstances in life would permit of Mt Sterling Annie Doolcy Birdie Hoiiovvware and Tinners Stock HAZEL GREEN KY corlapp Hurst of Breathitt on triat at Louis- - Park3 S5 Sandi Edwards 95 Alexie her to shine in this world She was a Armstrong Ilortenseyoung and yourwereÂ¬ onicu mid Salesroom gents 736 W Main Street Stands at the head of Low Prices- with ev The true tender and loving wife a kind and Aville tills week for robbing the mails a Day 95 JeT Cruey 95 Hibbert nnt affectionate mother and a useful mem- respondent ervthimj you want in Robt Goodpaster Corlas lones Bud LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY year since was dischrrged and thus fiold 90 TVillie Stephenson 90 McFar ber of society She leaves a husband Thompson Perry Tapp Willie Howe DRY GOODS MOTIONS beared of the charge four children and a host of friends to Richard CIarkeMr Button and many lan Gibbs 92 Charcoal Tin and guarantee everything not to leak JCSTvc handle nothing but UootK Shoes Hats Clotlihipr more of which I cannot at present call mourn her loss their names Every one were well enter- Â¬ o GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGS Rev Letcher Stamper the mostjdistin Ieroiuil PanirajJlis ROBT M TRIMBLE N II TRIMBLE Oct 10 Uncle Remus tained and had a very pleasant evening Gillmork cuished minister in the mountains who c FLOUR BACON Elba S HIen from Catlettsburg rep-Â¬ The protracted meeting at Somerset and part of his family returned home Pardons Bascom resenting J Leopold Co Baltimore lias been compared to The monev is what I want and I ll wve last Monday from Quick Sand where closed last Wednesday night with seven MORE GOODS FOR A DOLTRINfesH and Strobridgc for his eloquence was in Md is in town they had been visiting friends and rela- Â¬ additions Miss Eddie Duke and Miss tlusn any other house in town Lexington Press the city Friday tives and attending the Baptist Associa May Ariugton were the young ladies Cos Country produce taken iu exchange for S K Ford Meyer Reinhard Wc heard several good sermons The young men were Mr Fields John tion F McGUIRE- goods man is here The funeral of Mr A H jvash de-- popular clothing There were only about 12 or Hal1 Joe Goodpaster George Owens preached Quite a number were 15 preachers attending with a good con- and Mr Clarke ceseid vas preached last Lords Day by JXHamilton with Hurst Miller AND DEALERS IN in atmdance eath day and night The day and good order preBcv H H Little m the Christian Co is here doing up our merchants in gregation every the time but the signs of meeting was conducted by Brother Clay MAYTOWN KY vailed most of Church and was well attended TVe no- Â¬ the boot and shoe line brandy were plainly seen on the out- of Georgetown Takes the lead in Low Prices with every- Â¬ ticed several friends of the deceased hWIenry Cox son of Judge Cox of West skirts and once in a while a young moon- Â¬ Thos Johnson started for Kansas yes- Â¬ thing vou need in the wav of Liberty is visiting faiends and relatives eye would stray oil the line and corns terday morning to visit his mother Mrs from a distance stHgeriiift into the congregation but all Richard Goodpaster DRY GOODS jlfflQIiS GROCERIES He also expects at this place and Ezel One noted incident to spend the future in California Tom was stiii and quiet narian Trimble farming on the Lick Dora a little daughter of Green Ward BOOTS SHOES HATS CLOTHING at this association was there was no shel- has our best wishes for the future Branch on Friday last brought to this badly burned last Sun- - ter the people and Saturday it rained this place was Mrs Hue McDonald and children Hardware Drtijp clour Bacon Jfcc jtrcv office a pumpkin weighing 7151 pounds of and justas Mises Sallie audJ ulii who have been dav evening but we arc glad to say is very hard and the wind blew was 3Moncy is what I want and I will give just visiting relatives and friends at Lexing- Â¬ the rain came up Bro Murray If it can be heaten in Eastern iCcn rapidly rccoverin O taking his text and the people begsm to ton have returned home MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH tucky wc would like to hear from the See the announccmont of Hon Joseph be alarmed and he remarked those that than any howe in Maytown party who can down it It was raised by There were about twenty five new for M Kash for Commonwealths Attorney wish to hunt shelter canorgo but as the cases of fever two weeks ago but most gy jnuw a j lukuu irzn wwwaa Conntrv produce takon in exchaaxe fer C Swango salt so let me 1 am neither sugar goods R A- - CHILDERS of them this week is better B rain come down as hard a3 it can I am S 8 ItfJ Mrs Will Henry wfio has been qufte K The grand jury yesterday in the United wf5J Look Heiie Read this please We one that never scringes from my duty E2 23 ill for the past few weeks is now much 8 States Court returned an indictureut have carried slow customers until we are so lie preached on through the rain improved TV Poplin of Monifoe loaded down and it is impossible to con- Â¬ There was preparations made and a gen- Â¬ against George Mr Will Freeman who was thrown given to entertain the county accused of passing counterfeit 20 tinue to credit those whose notes and ac eral invitation from his buggy and severely injured has people from Stephen Carpenters to Uncle TLZEL GREEN KY notes Poplin is now at liberty under a counts arc past due TVe must haye pay Shack Allens up and down Quick Sand recovered Born on the 24th of Sept7 to the wife indictments j from you and will take live stock at its a distance of about 10 miles and up lond of L0O0 Two oher jE3IIone Shoeing aSnccialty HogHM of Horace Brockway a boy Grover wagons and all kinds of Farsi Toftfe hmhj as the indicted parties Aalue on notes and account Do not Hunting Creek to Judge Millers 6 miles Cleveland were returned but May and repaired in the best ajJ4naerv t has lived a more generous large their names were not made call for credit even if you are good if There never on earth than the people are si hearted people BREATHITT COUNTY you are owing us and have not settled of Breathitt and especially on Quick puhlic Mo 1 c Day Sand TVe mean what we say Senator Alford in reponseto the ques- Â¬ Fhozex Creek Sept 30 1S85 iCBro TVm Davis preached at this Mr Wm Taylor of Hollv Creek and tion of tlie Louisville Commercial Otis TV Snyder of Lexington Ry is place Thursday last and baptsed Uncle 3LlYTOW KY most impor- Â¬ selling jewelry watches clocks silverware SamueL Uaddix Mrs Gcorgeaner Lin KUiss Evilinc daughter of Mr Adam TVhatdoyou consider the and just Birchfield were married on Wednesday HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY at remarlcably low tant tonic now meriting the attention of toc those of onr citizens prices are injor of den and Miss Lhs Haddix Let the last need who Will repair Farming Tocls Buggies Va go on caregons c Make plans hoes - StiM4b the Legislaturef says I have no hobby anythim- - in his line we recommend a good good work was snot sonie panics Bros Davis and Piew will hold a fun- Â¬ his prices appended A tion guaranteed inall caes to ride I do not know of any one suL- - ful reading1 of ladies size solid gold limiting eral meeting at the grave yard at Uncle y ago lurcuuciu inat is now much better The ball unic clock for ject of legislation that can be said to be case watches genuine American movements David Lindens old place the 3d Sunday has been removed and there is hopes of rtrTSTTTToll J TTtT yg- T DAY Â¬ LFE1 watches 650 in this in on th at 11 a m J i VV VSJt recovery VWJ 19 his laot important Our handsome Sena- solid solid silver Chatlain grgxanjOMfcygjcK ejay wi gold Chatlain watches 12 fine asMarshal and Lewis who was shot by Robt Frazicr BMriwitwirvii and has as visit- Â¬ Aunt Pollie Harper is now on a tor is generally level headed ladies set rings at one sortment gents and MAYTOWN KY a few weeks since is yet quite ill and ing tour in Breathitt at her grandaugh little of the crank in his make up as any fourth valne there is no hope of his recovery Will attend to ferretiHsron eriiiiroalo Wt ters Mrs Carolina Johnson aaan we know oL Fifteen Professors and Instructors any part of the country awJ gwwwtewifr Uxcli Sam new TVe call special attention to our Making molasses is now the occupa- Â¬ Agricultural and Kechanisal Scientific Enginssrisg Classical Ksraal isfoetioaln every ease where reinarlcahle pens yery little Matchless pens Theseand freedom of a tion of tile people The Evangelists can effect Orders by mail prwwptly tWdl tai ortnhine the elasticity School Military Tactics and CommBrGis Gaarsa of Stsy Wc ask special attention to our new toward the reclamation of Eastern Ken- - crnM noil- - with the nuiekneAs of action of Mr A X Haddix desires that Daniel Matchless Pencils w These pencils while COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION of Texas They SAVE YOUR ilOEY AXD BUT tucky without the aid of railroads The i steel pen where are the best pens inaoe- McQuiun every weekcorrespond with The Acry low In price are we claim equal in For Catalose and plhcr iaformatiB Fall term bcrir s Sept otll 1883 smooth point and per- Heraxd to quality for all business purposes to any pen a He would love n for all work na eiecixic Address JAMES K PATT2KSOX Sli 23 Xexin oa KtJiitucliS YOUIl GOOPS CHEA iocOMOtive ire required and will last as hear from Mr McQuin and know what cil in me marKvu noi escemmir most 01 me uruinaxv siuci peas he is doing as he was his old school highest cost They excel particularly in abnd generally go nana m jous as two or iure price treat civiiizers list Tansonjrc- unples and r 5 i ri grit -- - Send for to Mr Haddix H GILLIS iBdTK Jtli minister oi unsw c Wabash Ave and Madison fet-- teacher he has a wife wishes two inform sence of list and strength of leadCo Send c Wa Janseu McClnrg lovely for price and with WITH Kentucky union wm Chicago Wholesale and retail at this oflice him that oezanletioB of the little chaps Ida and Kelly and is a bash ave and Madison St Chicago of tlie Wig light into the dark placesenlight--MM- Jt LiGHTxrNG Rods Five hundred dol- Â¬ strict and orderly member of the United AYDELOTT McCORD Sievers Carson Mardvare Attention 31111 Men baysbokough State which cannot be otherwise building Baptist Church and has everything to bars that we will sell cheap pt exchange for Company lars reward will be paid for any make one lightning that CS7 TV Main Sttep It is oae of the highest of chris struck hymanner with ouris rodded in a allittle badhappy with the exceptions of lumber or shingles O U Y your ymjr e Wlfi fmkCKm healtb rods Guiles Thompson Co jfeuM iwtd to revolatlonize that section scientific L0PISV1LLEJ KY LOUISVILLE KY Mt- - Sterling Ky UgleJSemtj TV P Staggs - Co -3dBgwn Times flAZEL 5 SHUElALBf j THE OHIO ELECTION Tke Ilennblieans sceiri to have carried Olno Ijv 15000 majority HeturnssSo edERESPOMEleEr Still water Oct 5th -- Eer if C G 4 E WILLMOT F ffi -- I ikx -- fite r - Â¬ Orders filled promptly and carefully We iiave a big drive in a Box tpe Boot at 350 extra good Come and see rue AD HETAIL We are anxious to sell Our Goods and will make our prices right WHOLESALE Cash Dry if niei iliu for The Water of Humanity IRON IS XING - iftaK - lmm rimt ar--- r c E WILLMOT Eeese Building STEELING KY vosEss - wk ORNE Mowers f ii V - Â¬ jjTrent w The Best Most Durable and Lightest Running iaciiine on the Market Â¬ Every Machine Fully Warranted HANLY JUDY General Agents for Eastern Kentucky Mt Sterling Orders solicited by J STEVENSON Hazel Green Xy dtjnlap bsos cr Â¬ The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Boots Herbs and Barks ept Ginseng I 1 J T iE BEM SON - Importers s Wholesale Druggists Main Street 5 I I 1 -- - fc 1 t Sterling Ky BOOTS SHOES Â¬ -- Constantly on hand a Large and well lected Stock of m HIM Tfil snn PBPPT 1 -- u isyy iiiiiu H fi eoi D U iiliJj IB hlUI hfiu 3 1 t T m Hiiro -- Â¬ Which he sells Wholesale and Betail as Cheap CLOTHING as they can be bought in the State Give him a call and be convinced that yon can as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else HEW BUGaY WOBKS you may go 3 Â¬ TT ADAMS BROTHERS CO Oonroy Shore f t- STOVES GRATES MANTELS Pieced Pressed and Japanned Tinware sigk painthstg 1 F McGULRE - Â¬ -- Â¬ tRIMBLE BRO WHOLESALE GROCERS Â¬ Â¬ R A CHILDERS Â¬ Â¬ J Flour Provisions Salt If ails Oils Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling Wishing to devote my time to ness I will sell my -- i Saw my f sTvAte tyleb other busi LAOKSMITHs S J BOGSES Lane Bodley SawLMill Fixtures JTF 5 Â¬ Consisting of a 25 Horse Power Engine and Circular Saw Edger Boiler a Everything is in First class Order and will be sold at a bargain on easy terms Parties wishing to buy are invited to call and examine the property BLACKSMITH xi va F Â¬ d oo 33 TATE ALLEGE of KSJTUCKY Censraltctiv e4y3 pi---- -tv -- U Â¬ A 1 -- Â¬ W H J CLASS i rox --- 1 A M NICKELL xy - Wholesale Hatters I Sit atfc V if te w- dl Bsssaaa c J s J r Jf v e- V1 irW - 3r -T- IE V5 v -- Tl cs - -- w 54 2 fgfe ivV - jr then wire th ire wuVo n5 public parÂ¬ lors and I cursed my own stupidity in not having remembered the fact be fore I apologized for my mstako and said that finding the door open I had taken the apartment for a public par- Â¬ lor My wife apologized my daughter apologized and the apologetic fever even seized upon my son But we did not apologize as fully as we had in tended to because neither the strange gentleman nor his companion made th slightest response to our explanations They continued to gae at us he stern- Â¬ ly and she haughtily Apologizing un- Â¬ der such dtscouraging circumstances is not pleasant We could do nothing consequently but beat a retreat which we did withour countenances suffused With blushes and our bosoms filled The possessor of with mortification the supposed public parlor watched us still with a stern expression until e were out of the room Then the door was closed We had forgotten for the time being all about the beauty and magnificence of the great Cologne cathedral I hunted up the landlord and asked him to tell me the name of the gentle- Â¬ man into whose private parlor we had Why replied he in an stumbled awestruck whisper that gentleman is my lord the Marquis of Salisbury a great Englishman a statesman I had heard of the Marquis who wa3 then beginning to cut a considerable figure in English politics The fact that his lordship was a man of some distinction did not in the least tend to lessen the mortitication and anger which I felt I spent the remainder of the evening with my family in our apartments In fact wo locked our- Â¬ selves in with the determination that on that evening at least we should not render it necessary for the Ameri- Â¬ can eagle to again hang his proud beat in shame owing to our ignorance of European customs After thinking over the matter carefully I could not decide who I was most augry with my Lord Salisbury for refusing to accept my apologies as it seemed to me that any gentleman would have done under the circumstances or with mvself for having failed to remember that in the hotel there was no such thing as a pub- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - - via r -- C - -- i - j 5-- r-v -r - Hakl Geeen HeeaIiP 1 FOREIGN GOSSIP The Lord Mayor of London is Methodist minister Law tennis now conteats with cricket the honor of being the national game of England - There wore over 8000000 inhab Â¬ itants in Ireland in 1815 there are less than 5000000 now With 4575 miles of navigable riv Â¬ ers and 2900 miles of canals the French railways encounter some com- Â¬ petition people It is estimated that 750000 day to London by rail every go into earn their living and leave it again every night The Austrhnantliorites have es Â¬ tablished offices where all patent medi-ciniintended to be oered for sale in the country mus be te ted Dr Prolhero Smith who founded the first hospital for women in En- Â¬ gland has res gned Ids pos tion as sen- Â¬ ior physician after forty three years -- Among aXewnd the scalpers HOME AND FARM MJUICBR COOPER Proprietor hazel canaar - -- tt - Kentucky a v 5 fJ Hows Your tlvert cate and very hard to understand In In the comic opera of The Mikado his - W1mh oM imperial highness says fieWs hare become over fact there is no regular system as To make to some extent with briers aad boshes and tie way with soap and water fErwr each person in the enterprise has a ordinary JEach evil Liver A running river dleim fanaer desires to extirpate them sbeep different method for doing his own until thoroughly cleansed Cleveldtld Of harmless merriment When my wife Leader wIUq tke work for him better than business and then departures from A nobler task than making evil livers heard a neighbor fell what Hop Bitters feai Prof J P Stelle of the Mobile Beg rivers of harmless merriment no person y tier stock bat tier will some his established rules are necessary done for her she at once pot and gave isler sneaking of the killing of king or layman could take upon himself some The first dose eased my bfaia aaA timm require assistance at times when the disposal of a ticket e-worms If brier by the application of ice The liver among the ancients was consid- Â¬ is concerned St Paul has its brok- Â¬ cold water says that when first recom- Â¬ ered the source of all a man3 evil impulses seemed to go hunting through ay syatom areTery tkick or Try high the pain ers just as sharp ones as are in mended some years ago chances are one to day flaok ob ot do the work unaided it worked and the liver is in anten tocondition of that for the The second dosa eased me bo EaHcatkati dis- Â¬ Kansas City or Ind anapolis the two no good whatever if ones ugly 1 had sot dow fee They RHt be mown and burned or content someones head will be mashed slept two hours something used five bottieX coughest scalping cities in America two months Before I aad Wash for removing dandruff Take before night U they are well filled at the bottom was well and at worlc as hard as aajr raaa eowi With the exception of Chicago which Hows your liver is equivalent to the for over three weeks butlworfeedtookara fer of borax one drachm rose water one does not count rth 4ead leaves and grass they can Inquiry Are you a bear or an angel to- Â¬ my strenctfi and tateias a hard cold I was tak The wort of the scalpers and their half pint tincture of cantharides one day en with the most acuta and painful rfeeaaaaossa ry time and if some 3e iirr r all through iny sjstem that ever was Imawa Nin8 tenths of the pnre cussedness clerks is to prevent people from half drachm cologne water one half pBS are taken to beat down the green I called pnt Mix and apply night and morn Â¬ the actions for divorce the curtain lect- Â¬ weeks therthe doctorsa again and afterseveya buying their tickets at tho authorized cripple on crutches fee me s ihe fire is burning the whole service Call oes ures the family rows not to speak of mur- - life as therleft I met a friend and tot mm said ticket offices and sell at the r own ing Philadelphia Morlte Jokai the Hungarian nov- Â¬ cluran can be consumed Colts foaled during the fall will iot aers crimes and otner calamities aro my case and ho said Hop Bitters had eared tax The young office tekets which are quite often prompted by the irritating effect of the in- Â¬ and would cure me I poohed at hiiaimt elist has conceived an original plan of shoots which sprout up in the ash heap second hand Thev alwavs asrree to occasion loss of labor on the farm by activity of the liver upon tha brain Foth was so earnest I was induced to use tnem sgais autograph hunters He In less than four weeks 1 tarew awsjr sell at a lower figure than that charged the mares as they can be carefully ergill the great specialist says this and will be eaten off by the sheep much dealing with worklisrhtly and kepton announces that he is willing to send a managed during the winter and turned he knows He also knows that to prevent crutches and went tofive weeksUBtUIbeeae by the railway ticketagent and they inÂ¬ using tho bitters for Kore thoroughly than those growing page of his manuscript wth his signa- Â¬ catastrophies nothing equals Warn Â¬ a3 well as any man livwgrand have Deea variably do The railroad companies al Â¬ into the pasture in spring leaving their such safe cure where there arc no ashes I have ture to any person who will send two renowned throughout the for six years since dams free for early plowing Chicago ers ways allow them a ceitam commission found it one of the best ways of renew Â¬ iinrins to a certain charitable society of world as a maker of It has also cured my wife whobadbeea on every ticket they sell over their Tribune Each evil Liver ing old moss bound pastures to fire which he s a member sick for years and ha3 kept her and say The time to shape tho heads of respective roads and the scalper as A running river them in a dry spell in the spring when children well and healthy with from two to Amrstheti s caused the death of Of harmless merriment an inducement for passengers to go trees is while they are young Then is dry herbage enough on the eighteen persons in England and three bottles per year There is no need to there by his route divides his commisson the top can easily be trained in almost if these bitters are used-ground to carry the flame then let Scotland last year Nine were from Major General Flume is the com Â¬ be sick at all J J Behk Ex Supervisor with his customer Scalpers in St any shape and with very little atten- Â¬ th sheep have the range of them the use of chloroform six from It is Paul have been known to be so tion but after the tree has attamed mander of the New Jersey asoldiers at the They take a ether and three from a mixture plume through the summer Thatnoor Invalid wife Sister Xother very appropriate to have generous as to give their eastern some size and age it is very difficult to head Texas Sitings Or daughter I HI sjreat deal of satisfaction in grazing of ether and chloroform In every comm ssTon to the passengers as chang its form and pruning them may Can be made the picture of health I sleep ng and stamping in the burnt fatal case the patient had been com- Â¬ A Wonderful Offer an inducement for him to buy from only injure Chicago Joxtrnal with a few bottles of Hop Bittas And as above stated district vely heallhv and the operation Every Parmer and Stock breeder should them When there is a rate war lFtti you let them suffcrUir Have the childrens teeth exam Â¬ send take will much moro pact a slight character they was of One Dollar to the Rural Home Co of the scalpers generally lay in a large ined by a good dentist twice a jear JProsecute the Swindlers III paine to crop off the sprouts Rochester N Y Berlin has an asvlum for over stock of tickets at a low price and and repaired if thev need it Possibly to The American for a years subscription If when yon caUfor Hop Bitters tha drsggist feaada here than they wilj in unburned terri Â¬ wo ked and dsabled horses under Rural Home and re Â¬ oat aaytWngbnt Hop Mtttri wltt5reeaelwter when rates are restored they can mate a tooth that is meant to last a lifet me ceive Free a copy of The Farmers and of Hops on white label shun that tfrasgtet as yoa tory The she3 must give them a the management of a veterinary sur- If a rate that surprises the general pas- Â¬ is rap dly becoming worthless just for Stockbreeders Guide a new and reliable would a Ylpcr andhimhe aas takea yoar nosey for a Â¬ relish probably it is the greater perawi sua Mm for for eon a cavalry officer and a farmer senger agents and ticket agents of the the need of a little attention now But work just issued The book contains over bogus stuff indict swindle the fraadwin rewara ye asd we dm3ges for the centage of potash they contain since Â¬ four hundred pagesis printed on nice pa extent of near Uberally for the conviction roads They have broker friends at dont give the children sloppy food sheep arj noted for their fondness for lyhe grounds have an with excellent See 1j S Court lnlunctloB azataai C U Waraer cer fnllv illustrated and hnn nd In nloth one hundred acres St Louis Kansas City and Chicago and all his they should use ther teeth 01 they It is by no means a cheap John affair but Reading Mich other imitators salesmen aad agefcs and naed of certain mineral ingredi Â¬ pasture land clay and moor patches takewaratn and when they have not through tickets will decay Boston Budget a valuable compilation of the writings of Druggists and HOP BrriEBS iCJTG co f ents in their food I have often obÂ¬ water and bathing facilities etc In in stock tickets reading to points be Meat dumplings for soup are made Youatt Mills Skiuner and Clater and is served their relish fcr these case of need the patients have ambu- Â¬ a ondtho places named they give the in this way Chop very fine half a the most reliable and comprehensive work plants they return to them again lance wajjons sent for them to trans Â¬ ever of the The person a letter of introducton to their pound of juicj beet freo from fat and oxen issued onswinesubject horses diseases the and again cropping them down close fer them to the hoptal sheep and with wno lurnisncs a snew and mix it with two ounces of causes symptoms and treatment are given agent in tnose places to the ground where they would An ar balloon railway is about to ticuot through to destination butter that has been strred to a cream with such Bimple directions that every taste theia if growing in the scarcely be constructed on the Gaisberg near The railroad companies peisist in de Add the yolks of two egzs two ounces farmer may become his own cattle doctor open field of claring the scalpers a nuisance and an of soft bread crumbs a little grated It treatsand the anatomy of all domestic My father once bought an old field Salzburg a mountain of no great lic parlor animals practically deals with the use which had been cleared and cropped a he ght but oHering a magnificent Ever since our little conference at evil but they appear to be a necessaryÂ¬ nutmeg salt to taste and add at the of Oxen breed of Sheep and Stable man Â¬ few years then neglected and allowed vew over the beautiful environs of Cologne I have spoken of the present evil for the first thing a railroad com- last the white of an egg beaten to a agement Any one after consultinz its The balloon which will Prime Minister of England somewhat pany looks out for in St Paul is to have stiff froth form into little dumplings pages can select a carriage wagon or sad- Â¬ to grow up into a perfect thicket of oak the town a good scalper one who cau tell a and cook in the soup They wll re dle horse and be a good judge of cattle It spro its etc It was imÂ¬ have groove1 wheels on one sideÂ¬ ironically perhaps as my old friend auaa hickory Is invaluable to every one who has to do of its car will ascend a perpendicu straightforward yarn quire nve minutes practicable to grub or sprout it noth Â¬ SalisbuThe do ing N Y Times with the Farm or Stable and will give without cracking a smile and have a Caterer lar line of rails constructed on the hundreds of dollars to its fortunate pos- Â¬ ing could be done but mow it It principle of the wire rope ra lway purchaser take it as though it wa3 sessor As to The American Rural WILD BEASTS IN INDIA yielded a solid swath all over and A good mixed pickle may be DyspepUcs and others not sick enough to be tat Jb invented vears ago for the Right but sugar coated The paying of comm s after the following directons made Home it Is generally considered to be the when dry the whole field burned like Two best paper df its class published We are Showing the Losses of sions to scalpers 8 being ser ousr con- Â¬ Startling Figures tender It was a very strong red clay never realized gallons of cabbage chop fine one acquainted and pro Artmnlf Human Lire In 1S83 sidered by all railroad companies iu gallon of chopped green tomatoes prietors andwith the publishers genuine Â¬ Dr Oppler of Strassburg has dis- Â¬ mXB MS soil with a northeastern slope and it ii ULUUiUU3U va can the It is startling to read in official re- Â¬ the country and it is very probable twelve onions also chopped fine one ness of their offer vouch forone year withÂ¬ BldKes Food-is Invaluable Fcrtablaase K teaeHr Paper sprouts with wonderful per covered in burnt cofleo a new anti Â¬ threw np clous forPuddlEss Costards Blanc Uasge ete istency It was too steep for cultiva- Â¬ septic dress ng for wounds The ac Â¬ turns that more than twenty two thou- Â¬ that commissions will be abolished If gallon best vinegar one pound brown book postpaid One Dollar Send for sample copy with list of more than one tion so 1 simply cut burned and pas Â¬ tion appears to be twofold first that sand persons are annually destroyed in this happens the s alper will have to sugar one tablespoon black pepper bound which depend entirely on the revenue rece ved half an ounce tumeric powder one hundredAddress books Home Coare given It is hardly worth produced by burnt coffee as a form British India by wild beasts The ti- Â¬ tured with sheep away limited from tho profit on scalped tickets ounce celery seed one tablespoon iiocnester IN x Rural while to grub out hickory sprouts un Â¬ of charcoal and secondly that which ger alone in 1883 killed nine hundred is due to the pungent aromatic odors and eighty five people beside forty This would have the effect of driving a ground allspice one teaspoon ground less they are taken out a foot deep number out of the bnsness as the de- Â¬ cloves quarter pound white mustard No sir he said to the Captain I ITrom the first vear on the sheep ob wh ch are fatal to the lower organ- - thousand cattle am not seasick but I am disgusted with creased revenue would not support them seed one gill of salt boil together As coffee is alwavs on hand in quite as much feed off ism Venomous serpents destroy immense tained nearlv or years ago this lot in the shape of browse with a m Htary expeditions it will be especi numbers of wayfarers Owing to the all A dozen ones Whenall tickets stirring well for two hours take from the motion of the vessel NX Mail the rail- the fire and add the spices and put in Bartholins Statue of liberty Enlighten Â¬ unlimited constantly increasing percentage of ally serviceable as a dressing during heat of the climate poor persons trav- Â¬ were companies proposed limited t ckets tight jars Indianapolis Journal road A German writer also el mostly by night and walk grass as they would nave got if it had war times ing tho World Mas Axs a Ron of BelaJr Ga aater data et it IhavebeenuslBsyeBwoBJrti will he a reminder of personal liberty for Nov 6 1SS4 says -- Female Regulator la Bay famBy a been well set in srass The potash in states that cold black cofiee is the or wear only a sandal that does not their effect was felt a3 Tho prevented Recipe for cake One pound of ages come unlimited to On just as sure a founda- Â¬ remedy Brsdflelds the herbage and the salt which I took most efficacious and least injurious of protect the ankles Tho deadly cobra scalping atalocal pointsof coupons anv sugar and three quarters of a pound of long time and I would to God tbat eTerr aSieted number tion has Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis- Â¬ woman our land knew of Its woBderfsiTirSae aad the trouble to scatter for em were a all drinks in hot weather is seldom active in the daytime but he ticket has great deal do taere butter beaten to a cream Add to this covery been placed and it will stand curativelapowers as I our sex would beI woali Save I am aare preat attraction and they riddled tho may be trodden upon in the darkness one of which tho holder could detach the yelks of six eggs well beaten two through the cycles of time as a monument lesa suRerlni among ItA had It not bcea for tbe rbut oaks and hickories as well as the by uncovered feet He attacks the and present to the conductor whole the cupfuls of sour cream with one tea to the physical emancipation of thousands been bedridden for It to every womaa 1 Bear oiwbo I recommend womb trouble no matter of what SALISBURYS FRIEND this as the of blackberry shoots who by its use have been relieved from Is suffering with any traveler who is found in the morning limited prevents be presented to the spoonful of soda dissolved in a little consumption consumptive night sweats description and I have yet to hear of a alagle fallara the tickot has to en re Ivery observing shepherd has no Â¬ The American Gentleman Wlio Met Him dead upon tho road bo ling water stirred into it justbeforo bronchitis coughs spitting of blood weak toSend for our Book on Dfceases of Women wIcH in Colojjne ticed that sheep have their decided Often the shortest path between two conductor for passage to destination Â¬ mailed free- - Address it a very mixing one teaspoonful each of cinnaBRjnriLi KsotruLTOa Co Atlanta Gsu preference in a rolling or hilly pas Â¬ I am very glad to find that my old villages lies through a jungle wherein The old stjdc of tickets made brokerage mon and nutmeg one pound of sifted lungs and other throat and lnng affections easy thing to commence the ture generally choosing a southern or fr end Salisbury is doing so well sad the daytime the heat will rise to one An Old Maids Paradise is the title of iTTobq Genuine aaless bearing tis SUny is short flour one tablospoonful of rose water eastern slope Old farmers will tell a Brooklyn gentleman one morning re- Â¬ hundred and sixy d egrees under the business but now that the limit handle half a pound of citron cut in small a new novel It is supposed to be located 3 SHOE are more difficult to JAMES MEANS von it is because the grass on these cently as he looked up from his paper blazing sun of India Tho temptation the tickets No Mans Land Norristown Herald then Congreaa aad railroad companies have pieces and dredged with flour and to a at Is m fw vhlaae nestBattoa unexeeses poorer thinner exposures is shorter to defer the journey until after sunset Lately the the whites of the six eggs beaten VlAce cairKiru That Miss Jone3 is anice Iooking girl ww mi amd sweeter Probably this is one to a friend who sat with him on the is to most natives irresistible and in been using an ironclad ticket which stiff froth m In Jurt 16UUV 3luonyvri cara to- Â¬ tt Beat all thoroughly postal isnt she requires the purchasers signature when brink to la- Teason but I can not help thinking pazza of his summer residence on Sta the tropics darkness quickly follows gether and bake in buttered square Yes and shed bo the belle of the town formatloa how se s These southern ten Island there 3s another the departure of the sun The nat ves the ticket is bought and agaiu the pur- shallow pans N Y Mail if it wasnt for one thing this Shoe in aay sw ma chaser must sign in presence of the B lBv or Territory slopes are nearly always wind swept walk in Indian file in the narrow track Whats that What Salisbury do you refer to re- Â¬ agent of the connecting line on his She has catarrh so bad it is unpleasant mgHll and sun burned and receive no staying asked the friend Jkt 41BoaCovXoa LlawJa St Surely you dont and a loiterer falls an easy prey to a turn trip But this appears to be a THE SWINE INDUSTRY t be near her She has tried a dozen tiger crouching in ambush deposits of forest leaves hence the mean the things and nothing helps her I am sorry Marquis of Salisbury the uupopular bedrock is close to tha surface and In many parts of India despite the very few monthsmethod a id within flbe for I like her but that doesnt make it anv Some Startling and Interesting Figures the system has been past frequently crops out in shelly ledges Prme Minister of England utmost efforts of the Government wild less disagreeable for one to be around her For the past fifty years swine have That is exactly who I mean said beasts render life hard indeed to the almost abolished and will in time be Now if she had used Dr Sages Catarrh This character of the soil gives the sMBEauncMfciM i the former Why have I never told people for one pair of full grown tigers done away with as now the lines run Â¬ been grown in this country for market Remedv there would have been nothing of grass amore mineral and earthy quali Â¬ you about my meeting with Lora Salis- Â¬ with cubs will destroy from four to six ning from Chicago to St Paul and the purposes and since the beginnit g the the kind said for it will cure catarrh every ty than is possessed by that growing on City to St Paul the north slopes for on these the so 1 bury at Cologne It was an impromptu bullocks each week Often in pure 1 nes from Kansas tourist tickets atare industry has been constantly growinir time a anair but it made a deep impression wantonness a tiger will kill two or selling round trip is generally red clay and strong with The small boy steals away from school low rate stamping them on the until now it has reached a point in to go a fishin Ho Jiates his book and upon myself and upon my family and I three cattle when he wants only a small very the humus or vegetable mold resulting from the rotted forest leaves of centu- Â¬ believe that his lordship was also im- Â¬ part of one A family of tigers will kill face signature and identification not magnitude which is quite astonish ng baits his hook Boston Transcript When the lines at Chicago to those who have never before had t And I believe In a week more animals than a family required ries And the fondness of sheep for pressed at the time Nervous debility and Kansas City sell these tickets it is Drought to their notice Forty years decline of power in either sex premature her ladyship be was accompanied of farmers can eat in a year mineral ingredents in their feed was that Pnd for ne w rates and coramiwioaa on THK speedily that the CHICAGO IJEUGKK above alluded to Hence they linger by a daughter was also impressed 1 The panther and the leopard are also with a perfect understanding St Paul ago the produje of the country was and permanently cured Large book three in the United States aadItis the best 8aUpa affOBgra make BJCJ to be wind swept southern have frequently related the details ot terrible cattle eaters and the leopard tickets are thing is scalpedtoatand from only about 2000000 a year In 1866 letter stamps Consultation free Worlds MONEY handling It Address THE CHICAGO v on these naked done Dispensary Medical Asson Buffalo N Y XtEDGER 371 Franklin street Chicago ju slopes nibbling the already scanty our meeting and I have no doubt that has a particular habt of carrying oft The same in theUnited States This the number received at the Chicago grass into the very ground and neglect Â¬ Lord Salsbury has done the same the dogs which are expected to guard every point HAY PRESSES oes to show that if the railroad com- Â¬ market alone was 961746 in 1875 the Wht is It that nearly all mens heads DEDERICKS the casfcoser ing the rich rank feed on the northern tlrng 1 shouldnt wonder if he had the herd from his attacks The Indian neDlnz tbe Because so few of them are assist number was 3912110 and in 1884 it are ronnd slopes untl they are fairly starved to related the matter at the d nner table wolf is noted for his audacty in seizing panies did not approve taw Hits jsrBMi square Evansville Argus kA v ii their it often to the wonder and annoyauco of Queen Victor a herself that is pro- Â¬ children In India animals have a and protect be the scalpers could was 7059355 Est mating the moder- Â¬ They Dennis vided his lordships noble legs have had character of ferocity whch makes hu names would of the shepherd of 8 per head the value of PiRissTooxnACUE Drops curolnlminute25c the opportunity of disportinir them man lite in some districts well nigh in- not exist A ticket scalper is really ate price ret eived at Chicago last 3 ear Glenns Sulphur Soap heals and beautifies 25c In general sheep are so nice in their a middleman between the railroad tbe hogs tastes and preferences that a pasture ol selves beneath the royal mahogany Youths Companion supportable represents only German Cokx Remover kills Coras Bunions companies and the public or rather in was 42S15786 This during the past Some ten or fifteen 3 ears ago con- Â¬ e any considerable extent especially if it Bewabe of imitations ns the monkey St Paul they are a medium through a portion of hogs sold PARIS has a diversity of soils and exposures tinued the gentleman business took Milwau- Â¬ which the railroad companies sell their year Kansas City Cincinnati had com- Â¬ said ro the dude Burlington Free Press Order on trial Aaarior circular sad locsaeaac I Nothing In the Way of J Exceptional is Apt to become patchy if left entirely me to Europe for a few months kee and other markets bav ng Western and Southern Storehouse and Agents tickets and generally all railroad com- Â¬ paratively increased receipts to the sheep Thev are fond of knolh took niy wile my daughter and one of F K DCOEKICK A CO Albany N Y The BUYERS GUIDE is Hoalthy Snrrcundine to OlTer panies will howl and call a ticket for stamping grounds and sleeping my sons with me One pleasant after- Â¬ or issued Sept and March That tho pork packing institufons In health Paris is on a level with a scalper a demoralizer of the rates when each year 5 206 pages groumls and will manure them to exÂ¬ noon I Uiink it was in August we MADE IN A DAY Â¬ other places It has nothing he really could not cut any rate with- Â¬ this eountry are of much more magniyxW lnches vith over arrived at Cologne and stopped at a hundred cess if they have their owa way Delisktfal enBlaTast tude may be seen from the following Â¬ They 3SOO Illustrations a f Airr ind orontabl No Hooking KBKtlHjr There are various ways of regulating hotel which was not far from the mag- Â¬ of its own to offer Its climate pre- out their consent burdendo this how- figures The number of hogs packed in Use any kd of vrhole Picture Gallery UraJdinar or Weavls off new or old rasa or yarn A handsome TnrlcfcHL these matters The portable fence de- - nificent cathedral for which that city is sents a fair average of the qualities and ever to throw the are so many their own the West during the winter season GIVES Wholesale Prices railroads It hit fBsda with rim worth of corset wut shoulders There scribed by jour valued correspondent famous We left our apartments early faults of the central Continental weathcost an av- Â¬ direct to consumers on all goods tor TUC SET AD I itUfJ MAKER oa bn awd running to compet tive points in the 1884 5 was 5460240 whichpounds and personal or family use Tell how to 4 iA inr rCAllLonIlHCwlRisnchIaeor service iure in the evening intending to take a er the ar is drier and more vivifying by band A wonderful iYentios it UHit sijrht A 1 neveruvl imgm hj juuuyoung cattle stroll but as we were descending the than that of England extremes of heat United States that the long lines mean erage of 429 per hundred of 26651 order and gives exact cost or every Â¬ tried it A few Price SlOO postpaid tenss aad territerj averago weight ARnta Wanted and with their E27 Sesd stamp lor nrcalrs thing you use eat drlnlc wear or with the shecD will oi7e their attention stais mv wife spied the open door of and cold are sometimes felt but they to compete with the short linesroutes pounds their total cost was 67430 JtXOv ii IIOITT Jt CO 218 State St-- Cntcaco indirect with to the north slopes and the rank pas an ordinarily furnished parlor She are unfrequent strong winds are rare put tickets on sale by linos do which 303 The value of the pork products have funcontain These UTVAIUABLE BOOKS Information gleaned as the short as cheap lure spots hile the sheep are grazing looked in anil said Thats the public and though fogs have become some- Â¬ naturally scalps the local points on exported during the calendar year of from the markets of the world We parlor Iet us go in We entered the what acclimatised of late 3ears the air on the shorter feed The sheep then will mail a copy FREE to any ad Â¬ These ligures 1884 was S59662961 are points dress upon receipt of 10 cts to defray selves will depasture these northern room and found that the windows com- Â¬ is on the whole fairly bright and pleas Â¬ this line There Railway where on tho are supplied by the Cincinnati 1rice tickets expense of mailing Iet us hear from Northern Pacific slopes in the fall when feed grows manded a superb view of the cathedral ant But the same atmospheromay be Currenl and may be considered au- Â¬ you Respectfully via St scarce hut meantime much grass has 1 noticed on the floor a carpet bag and found almost everywhere along the can be bought to Chicago proper Paul thentic UN EQUALLED FOR CEMENTING WOOD GLASS CHHA PAPER LEATHER MONTGOMERY WARD A CO The sani- Â¬ as cheapiy as to St Paul grown up and died so going to waste one or two umbrellas but I supposed same parallel of latitude is growing in other AWARDED nOlO MFD1L LONOON MX The same industry that the passen- Â¬ The consequence Utcdby Mjon Hamlin Organ aTPUae CfruHimn nd the btiera make their whole sum- that these had been left there by some tary conditons are good the sew- Â¬ ger buys to Chicago js and on arrival in ways than in figures During the past 227 fc 229 Wabash Avcaae Cacae III S Mfd ooty tbe Kt Filial Car Co fccQLCrtJCSSTER byMASSRU904 guests and the idea that the room erage is excellent water is mer growth unchecked the OLO energet CEMENT CO 5 Paul scalps the part of his ticket twenty years intelligent andand atten- c EVERrVHERESaanl9TlaCjnitOBtbr Ma Tfr St pubbe Â¬ I have found it an advantage to run a could possibly not anything but a head Â¬ abundant and pure and the pre- Â¬ reading St Paul to Chicago and there men have g ven much time then enter my cautions against infection in all its permanent fence between the north and lic parlor did part of by gets back a portion of his fare to St tion to the development of that raising Ve gaed at and admired the vast forms are minute and well applied the south slopes so compelling the the business pertaining to the is held sheep to divide their time between them and stately work of arch lecture for The material conditions of life are Paul This ticket comes by the scalper and fattening of swine and as a result along and some moments Then we beard steps however growing so much alikein until someone StilL lhey will hang along the fence for to purchase a ticket to of their labors wo have to d ty not onlv hours sleeping by it waitingand watch- Â¬ and lookin around saw a gentleman all large towns that wc are living wants improved breeds of swine but we have Chicago apparently of middle age ing for a chance to get through So as panied by a young lady aud accom- Â¬ even where under more and more fare 13 9The regular second class a more tnorougn scienuuc manage Â¬ AND HAY FEVER and he will sell this They were similar influences and it may be said Seat In the world Get the censlne sys- Â¬ a still better measure I generally keep enr pacUsffe hita nnr Tradf wark and la ticket at perhaps a reduction of 2 and ment in their production Better been o served that the without much inexactness that so far one of nry flocks in ignorance ot the ekidently English The unprecedented success and merit of marked JFraxer a SOII JEVKRYWMrstR tems of feeding and fattening have himself area existence of certain south slopes by gentleman w as looking at me sternly as Europe is concerned what used to he thereby mates something the rail-Â¬ devised which tend to lessen labor as Elys Cream Balmtha headcure for catarrh hay has Induced many 2 and fevor and cold In a d it flashed through my mind that he be called especially a healthy or un- Â¬ the passenger saves R U AWARE K223I Jiever turning them on them thus rate it asks well as the quantity of food consumed Â¬ adventurers to place catarrh medicines bearÂ¬ THAT iwhen it comes their turn to occupy the might imagine that we were monopo healthy place is becoming difficult road company gets the the cost of produc- ing some resemblance ininappearance style or 1 z ng the w ndow market ordcrto accommodations of to find Epidemics come and go in This shows that the scalper is a neces- Â¬ and consequentlythe case of swine one name upon theof Elys Cream Balmtrado upon Lorillards Clrrea Hag contiguous uorth slopes in the rapid the room We accordingly moved aside Many in tho reputation com- Â¬ tion which is in highest as they do in other centers of sary evil to both the railroad dobe of the price making facts Paris your immediate locality will testify in rotation which it is my policy to keep bearing a red tin tea tbat LffriKardS 1 be deceived Buy Ssm Lent fee cat t that LorlMar but they are seldom panies and the pubic St Paul aip during the summer they graze leaving the st angers at berty to se- Â¬ population The larger portion of hogs are pro- Â¬ commendation Dont A particle Is applied Navy CUppinemand tbat Lerilferds SamJfeads only Elys Cream Balm lect the window which they preferred traceable to local causes and usu- Â¬ cheapest qa4Ky C0Bsdersd 2 there quset and contented into each nostril no pain agreeable to use tbe best and duced in the States of Ohio Indiana 1 am always more careful to keep Still the gentleman looked sternly at ally assume a general character Jackets of Lace and Velvet Illinois Iowa Kansas Nebraska Min- Â¬ Price fifty cents of druggists Tbe most neantimi and finest teaL me while his companion looked haught- - But all these qualities are merely Ujho prices oy say in the nesota Michigan and Wisconsin and AM ORGANS trunt world for catalogue YHlCrs Snd ly at Air Lace jackets lined with silk a re in some of these States the production north Mopes I salt the flocks there be mo my wife and daughter We must negative they imply the absence of Wfl la II v coMKSMons Aeae iters reuT U fa WeaverOrsanllMW Ce outspoken m our politeness whenever practicable snd I seek to thought L Approachiue the gentle objections not the presence of recom r ved by Parlsiennes Some ol these s on a scale that is surprising individ mWIiraBaassaadrraTeseestCOD mendatons Pans possesses no posi- Â¬ are of the lace wrought in shape while ual farmers and stock raisers not un vercome the predominant humic or where Whoesalc sad retail Brlae itstnw t bowed and invited him to step tive advantages in climate or health tBC StreblCaUSWabasa aTCMaiigo vegetable quality of the pasturage on man window frequently rais ng and shipping to mar- AIMED Dlabetea Brlafcts IMiwase and and look at the cathe- Â¬ and English people will not be tempted others are made up of alternate rows to the an Kidney snd UrtaaryireHaiM Ikem by biirnlng all brush tnd trash dral hogs in a year sad cured Trtteet of insertion and velvet such as thread ket 40000 worth ofof hogs shipped to If Where At Green Sprlnsr Sandussy county CAMCER Treated treatment stC free tbe Icstfe It would be impossible said 1 to live in it for reasons of that sort Address Boole on which may accumulate there ar v The average weight Ohio by T I-- Brown J a a better rLPOND3DAarersKaeCBU insertion with black or copper rod or market is about 200 pounds There ia Tamer Aet- - Write for partlcnlart r All burs of whatever description Mo find anywhere in Cologie to be had Fortnightly Itevietv than is Â¬ ought to be cut dried and burned be- Â¬ view of the cathedral this parlor Even 3 ellow velvet or Valenciennes inserCattoa TsrkWi Jtabrm An cdiva Man or woman la ererr stsauHfu RED room for improvement in this particu- Â¬ our seed Salarr t IS from the wndows of coocrr to nlllsil Samples free to Carpet WeaTsrs sead An experienced Westerner says it tion with stripes of mauve pink or lar and the time will come when by mmm mwm fore they get ripe enough to part from tbi- - led to induce the strange gentle- Â¬ Expcbms in ad Mr SamUi and Executes Ibk address to 1-- IV WMTTE Sates JUatds His in the nnee-- Canraijmr outfit FSSX Particulars the plant Burdock and thistle burs man fa part with any portion of his is the easiest thingcyclone world to tell blue velvet ribbon Sleevele s velvet more care in breeding aid feed ng this free Standard 8Uverwsra Co Boeten3Caa Â¬ a tornado from a The great- jackets are also worn over strped lace average will he increased fifty pounds 147 ANn E sr worse than cockle burs if possible at rn to glance In the meantime my est trouble is that before you can ex Â¬ cordages Some of the new velvet without additional cost to the producer fill the wool they bsrst asunder and with the most odious prickles and fila Â¬ wife and daughter and son had turned plain to 3rour friends what the disturb- jackets cross in front and are iastened The prospective supply of hog3 is about on ments while the hard burs can be re- - th ir attentwfe to the haughty young ance is that is coming your audience is by a single gold jeweled button at the as large as at this time last year and approach d her in a likely to be scattered over four counties waist lne A lace plastron fills n the lady My if large o words of condemna Â¬ ved whole motherly way and extended to her an and you yourself are generally sitting upper part of the jacket and the krt t would doubtless be larger the rav tion ca be too severe for tie farmer mutation to view the cathedral but re losses had not resulted from down in the eastern part of the next is of piece lace draped to represent a Tvha allows burs to grow and ripen ass of cholera during the past wnter the strange Somerville Journal rouble skirt and linished on the left Bogs are born in the spring and in Stephen Pow- Â¬ ce ved no response But grown weary State 3twi get into the fleeces gentleman had evidently with a velvet panel which extends ers in CotmLry Gentleman is only a part of beauty and as thoy are usually ready Fried meat cakes Chop lean raw side the belt to the foot This is very theTfall market at a yea old the supply of merely regarding me sternly and he from for the but it is a part Every lady re ponded to mv pressing invitation meat as you would for sausage any with The policeman in the City of Mex-- Heresponded by announcing that the meat may be used but beef is best handsome in rih brown velvet wool is naturally largest at these seasons pose Mustang Liniment oely good lace the or may have it at least what Accord ins to the statistics of the Dor o us 6itauy s strong nne ioosing room was a private parlor which he Season with salt pepper and omons j ficelle are twine colored also used in this way Ear- - partmr nt of Agriculture the number of It is for mSaiaio for horses Magnolia nwta wearing a military unuorni himself had engaged and thereby indi Â¬ shape into fiat cakes din the cakes in laces looks like it per a Bazar estimated swiue in the United States is pemiy oispiaying a six snooter tion of all flesh rectly invited myself and my family to esg and bread crumbs md fry in dnp Balm both freshens and of about 2 at 45143500 an increase njgfkiMtmt isim the aiddle ot the street leave the apartment as soon as we ptng Dram on a stra r ir have ready fwlligi h can There were over 8000000 inhab Â¬ OOOOOOjjver the previous year Thit and be seen and in- - could conveniently do so Then it a dish of nicely mashed potatoes od beautifies Cjekiiig the right of way to Hashed across my mind that in Euro- Â¬ which put your meat cakes and serve itants in Ireland in 1845 there are toss supplv represents about 200V00QOa Farm Wed and Stockman than 5000000 now tor nun pean hotels like tho one in which we The Jfuosehold- - o marie tiiana tun -- SHEEP Owreffc Itaatn Friea -- Queer Race of People Broaght Into Betas By tbe KaUroa Only those interested and connected with the railroad business have a knowledge of the extent to which the ticket scalping business has developed The business is a most peculiar one and possesses points which are intri- Â¬ ounce of any liquid fuls a pint of liquid weighs ststeoa ounces Small hogs usually fatten quickly alter maturity while the large breeds make the best growth before the tune of reaching the adult age Lard will remove wagon grease Rub the spot with the lard as if washing it and when it is well out wash in tho A pound of sugar is on n is two tablespoon pmt depends upon circumstances Most politicians are willing to run for office at any age Other people who are wisef will run if they are fifty if they see a woman approaching with fury inhereye and a broomstick in her hand Mobile Begistcr Says an eminent physcian should not run after he is forty Aman That Narrow Bocsraerrau Tears ao I was attaefee with 25 Inteaee asd deatkly pan lggg Extending to tb ea ef mr my brain Which made nt dellrioast Prom agony II 1 1 It took three men to hold ae on at times 1 The Doctors tried in vain to ratter mt but to no purpose Morphine and other opiotos Had no effect I After two months Xwa circa ap to Ic June e 9 -- j rj 1 aT J 5 kjM -- cabbag- taps -s Â¬ m Â¬ ash-fertil-ia- ed Â¬ - iyP 1 MW - Hfr-M- nr--r- a 1T BEDRIDDEN FOB LIFE J Â¬ bare-foote- d Rejra-lato- Â¬ 1 XXj -- xm Aflf -- SUBSCRIPTION i jsaaaaaaaaaaaav Â¬ r Â¬ Â¬ O ii -- LEPAGES LIQUID GLUE FRAZER It Â¬ Â¬ CATARRH 1 COLDS IN HEAD AXLE GREASE i iE -- mECrrTreaepaTffo K Air 1 Â¬ UIIU 4Bft U - Â¬ A Clear Skin Did you - - vg -- v -- ie -- - V U 4l