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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Mv tg r - - s5t -- - K8 - a zs-- r teJfe - - r A j t SSj 5sar h The Hazel Green COOPER it e HERALD ATICXSTS 100 A YEAR 32er SFENCER Owner and Editor THE HERALD OE A OSTOISX TTOKLD WITH 2STBWS EHOM ALL Always Advance 3 I Hazel Gbeen Herald VOLUME fe 11ms MM HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER LOVE AND 21 1SS5 THE JONES PAMJLY woman NUMBER 34 stealing and mj mother wasnt 3 CARDS irmMe lywcryiblisbea in Wolfe CeuBtylargely is the counties of Law- fetWta Elliott Estlfi Ftey Perry ad Kati ike anyilnd THBHERAJLD t newspaper of latter eleveH beisr with yicreiorc le MMvertfeefflttrt in its caimans than bumf mease Try it and be convinced VHR TftflT Mtiam fa a aarertiecr can reach sore people by by any TlEONESDAT -- El r MORKTSCZ wmt m E4ifer JDae Copy One Year COOPER fLM PCB6CKIPX10K RATES The youth and maiden flat nlont Upon she pebbled strand Beside the sea and in his own He held her lily band He gazed Into her sapphire eyes I love you sweet he said The maiden answered him with sigh And blushing bung her head Ho pressed the hand so soft and white And kissed the dimpled chin And Baid If 1 played cards to night I know that I would win You ask me why you shall be told He pressed the fingers white I know Id win because I hold A lovely hand to night ---- Boston Courier 60 SirKontha Always Iw idruce tarFo subscription will be entered udob wr books unless accompanied by tfaeraoney aad bo ttabscriptien uilf be received for less baa Six Months jLDVEKTisryc bates Transient advertisements inserted at cents per inch first insertion and weaty fve ceats for each subsequent inser ser-Hty-fi- - WINTER IN THE AECTICS Fall and Winter Sports in the Land of the Esquimaux The Peculiar Architecture of Esquimaux Suow and Ice Houses The Food and Halmcnt of the Natives How TlieyBealTHardships ve 2 -- llfioa One Tear m J606 rjtates on larger advertismnents made kaewn on application Afiress SPENCER COOPER Hazol GreeHKy ia nf IVlAl AWORNCYjAT J- THBam t 4Br attention given to business of all doxes By most- ethnologists it has been claimed that this strange nation found A POETER LACY itself in its frigid land as a result of t AT LAW national weakness crowded to the wall as it were by superior races aud XfOYAJEZY 1 that wall a wall of ceaseless ice I am AND a lirm believer in the opposite or that the Esquimau finds in the North his EXAMINER F DEPOSITIONS most congenial clime and we find to Hazkl Geeek Kt corroborate this the perfect content JM Q01MAK JaLTKD8 incut of the people with ther country QUiLLIN LYKINS their heilalion in leavng it for how Â¬ kinds in the United States Courts - The winter life of the American Arc- PHOFtMIOMAL tc native of Esquimau is much moro JMKASH interest ng than his summer existence which partakes so much of tho gen LAW eral Ufa ot savages with a few uninter- Â¬ esting changes wjiile in tho winter HAZEL GREEK EX time we have a motle of life so rad will practice in Wolfe and adjoining corn ically dfferent from that of any other ties Collections will receive prompt atten tion peojo by their peculiar environment that tho first travelers among them to PATTERSON HAZELEIGG describe these strange details were looked upon as Munchausens of the greatest breadth of Jmacination LAW Houses of ice and snow tho verv last thing in the world that a person would take to make a comfortable abode anj MT STERLING KT where were reputed to be their winter liabtat ons They lived on raw frozen SAMUEL McKEE meat in a tempcrature wherCiFwduld r it be agony to any one else not to have No 441 W Jefferson street ther mealhot and steaming and so oa through all the social economy xuurriiic leading a perfect life of polar para-Â¬ tS 1 radices in all the State Courts ana special Â¬ ATTNEY8AT ATTORIIEY PUBLIC another like vr build a br ck bu Id ng when in fact there is but one course spirally twisting around from Btcom to top While the blocks are but six to eight inches thick the igloo is often made four to five or even eght to ten times as thick during very cold weath er by a banking of loose snow thrown over it Of course the temperature can not In these homes of fet above freezing structure wll comshow or the mence melting and eVjCatually tumble in but it must be remembered that a person can soon get used to a temper- Â¬ ature just a few degrees below freez- Â¬ ing and even be quite comfortable 1 must say that after a person has gotten thoroughly acclimated to the out door wsntr life of the Arctic a temperature of 20 deg to 32 dug Fahrenheit is every bit as comfortable as one of 70 deg to SO deg to a person coming into the house from a temperature wen oeiow ireezmg x distinctly remember one curious ef- Â¬ fect on tho white men of my party during the cold ot the first incoming winter Every one has probably felt the loss of managing power in the lingers when numbed with cold an inablity to write or button or un Â¬ button a coat or other gaiment or anything requiring considerable ma nipulation and play of the fingers and we of course were no exceptions to the rule at first Being constantly in th s temperature however and al- Â¬ most as constantly exercising our fingers under these disadvantageous circumstance I was greatly surpri ed to see how rapidly these functions of thettingers wero restored until by time tho winter was over they were actually as perfect as ever in any temperature however cold and this too despite the fact that there still rcmaned as before the disagreeable sensation of cold m them at times It seemed as if the motor and sensory noives could be- made absdluto ly independent of each other and hs benefit which allowed me to thread a needle and sew below freezing itousea sevtant for obscrvalions at minus forty deg Fahrenheit or clcati and insert cai tr dges in a magazine irun at even twenty degrees lower with ungloved hands I believe I still to a cert i n ex- Â¬ tent retain altho gh all others accru- Â¬ ing from Arctic acclimatisation have disappeared in my five years away from Â¬ -- tkat these bg blocks are laid flat when took more of the charator of a small they arc rcaMy on their longer edge boy going to a base ball match than and that tht y form one course above one sawing wood PITH AND POINT The mantle of charity is oiten cut from a very small piece of cloth Their most efficient method of keep Â¬ ing warm seems to be in the enormous Some men are like wagons which quantities of fat they devour and es rattle tho most when there is the least V Y Mail pe ially during the winter season and in them of which so much has been written that Kobert Grant says tho American I will leave the subject for others not girl thinks Tor herself If she marries so well uiarstood Their clothing a foreign count she generally has to do made of reindeer skhn throughout 1 his thinking also lioilon Post have sufficiently though very briefly think it very funny to Some described abos in brackets Persons laugh at people a-- policeman but we have lookirig at pictures of polar people passed through the city se eral times clad in these swarthy furs think from late at night and have seen nothing to their bulky appearance that they must laugh at Boston iranscriut be quite heavy but I think they are It is claimed that a woman can lighter than our winter suits at home They are certainly lighter than any clothe herself neatly and comfortably three other clothing in tho world called upon from head to foot for No one dollars up to and twenty five cents to protect their owners from such in- Â¬ the present moment however has tense cold A most peculiar fallacy of Esquimaux been rash enough to claim that she winter life is that when they are living will SomerviUc Journal A man called on the Chief of Police in these odd little snow houses and of Allegheny a few days ago and said wrapped in furs and subsisting on fats that their lives are asort of hibernation he had been robbed of 350000000 as near as human beings can be sup- Â¬ JCheman is supposed to have Icon a curve pitcher for a professional base- Â¬ posed to hibernate On the contrary the ver reverse seems ro be the case ball club and had just beeu paid half and it is by far their liveliest season of his seasons salary Norrtstown despite the fact that their days are much shorter and all condit ons as we would view them much more un Â¬ favorable for any great amount of ac- Â¬ tive I do not believe 1 exaggerate when I say that for every mile they travel in summer wth their kiaks little skin canoes or on foot over the land they can show from a dozen to a score in the winter with their dogs and sledges They kill more game in this season and their long evenings are by far the most lively in their acrobatic and superst tious exer-Â¬ out-of-door-l- iie Sally Anns Account of One Days Tribulations says sfce twaa La ifrs Joses Browns father pat is jail jferbetse Jteut ing and was Mrs Browns etiwr a wash- envoman Well heard of that before I always aK Camo of Joreinlahs Leaving the think they was a kind of a lew set What they put on such big airs Gate Open Why the Members of 1 took a thought then about wkatl was Tvro Households Are Not on saying so says 1 I didnt say wkather Speaking Terms they were or not I said that raiae MMi I declare bi IknMiw fc Jeremiahs wasnt Orft morning in July X had to bake bread and churn besides doing all housework so I put tho bre stove oven and took the churn down under a big oak tree that stands in the back yard I had just commenced working the churn when I saw Jeremiah pass through the gate into the barnyard Jeremiah says I you have left the gate open Never mind says he Tin coming back in a minute I didnt think any more about the gate then but just as I was ready to take out the butter 1 happened to look over into the potato patch and there was a hog rooting up the potatoes I called Jer e mi ah as loud as Herald could scream but all I heard in reply to Thirteen is an unlucky number It Jer is for this reason that when a shop- Â¬ this patriotic appeal was the word e mi ah echoed back from the barn keeper halves a twenty five cent piece My eyes wandered over the landÂ¬ he invariably gives you twelve cents scape in search of ray around husband ana absent The shopkeeper is unselfish anjd as finally beheld him about a quarter of a mile somebody must run the ristc of bad away seated on the top rail of a fence in Chi luck he freely takes it himself the shade of a large cottomvood talking to cago Tribune Bill Jiukins who was in the lane on the beo i ne for Browns the other a A fw days afterward Jeremiah cam zto the - Ifein a terrible wfthat Brown was state of anxiety prunes threatening to tad set it baiil if She started soon afterwards aad struct-1 - - iffp3 --11 ft I land but I have tred in my small space to give some of the most inter-Â¬ esting themes thereon and above all something new and beyond the hack Â¬ neyed subjects of other polar travelers Lieutenant F Schwatfiain N Independent PLAYING cises A book could be written without ex haustng the winter life in Esquimaux MENS PARTS Notable Instances Where Women Have Achieved Distinction By Unscxlnjr Tiem selvos1 - N - t- - k - i ITT or snow seems singular during intense cold how absurd an enjoyable bed niaae or the same material must ap Â¬ pear and jet their bedsteads are made visit ATTORNEYS AT LAW ever short aabsent their longngs to re- Â¬ of snow the mattresses of many layers AND many other reasons of musk ox and Polar bear ro es and turn when REAL ESTATE AGENTS show that they are naturally natives of undressed re ndeer skins while the Campion Ky the north land by their own choice and sheets are dressed re ndeer robes and Titles examined taxes paid for Collections a specialty Real e6tate not that of others They arc no more the covers of the same material their oaughtaad sold on commission Will prac held to the rim of the cheerless Arctic pillows being their reiudeer clothing tice in YPoIfe and adjoining counties tka by other races than are the musk rolled in a bundle at the head of the DR R B GARDNER oxen by the buffalo or the polar bear snow bed Here stark naked with by the grizzly That they are more only one reindeer skin over them they country will sleep a3 soundly as a farmer in than satisfied with their fGE0II aud its phenomenal low cold temperatures more favored climes after a hard days is amply shown I think in their pref- Â¬ work and that w th the temperature Hazel Greex Ky erence for their winter life over that out of doors so low that every breathof the summer although their struggle ing thing i enveloped in a cloud of its Offers lis services to the people of Wolfe an for an existence is much harder then own making adjoining counties as viewed frqm our point of hardships The amouut of cold these northern DR J M in the terrible exposure and oft recur- - nomads can endure however borders ring famines for which they seem to o i the phenomenal I have seen the ca e but little Now let us take a look little babies two and three years old PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON at that winter life in the light of one perfectly naked for hours at a time on who has lived as an Esquimau for over the reindeer robes of the bed in the Hazeij Green Elr two 3cars among them for every one igloo the temperature as 1 have said wll admit that some additional 1 ght ba ng constantly below freezing and Tenders his professional services to the citi zens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Olfice is needed so little do they have in the in the fall I have seen them naked Rt residence on Broadway winter season playing and splashing in a pond of A few premonitory frosts commence water long needles of ice forming on TATJXBEE M ID in the Arctic fall generally followed the quiet place I once saw an EsquiÂ¬ by a blustering northern storm of snow mau babv boy taken from its mothers HAZEL CKEEN KV and sleet and then with a sharp snap hood and naked made to stand on the the thermometer sinks to the minus snow until she found its re ndeer skin SUESEQK FSTSK3AN AHD ACCOUCHEUR twenties and thirties and the Arctc clothing from tho sledge a fa rly strong Tenders his professional services to the poo winter is upon them and as the school- wind sufficient to drift the loose snow pie of Wolfe ana adjoining counties Office boy dialect would have it for keeps along with it blowing at the time the at residence on Hazel Green Heiehts too This varied from early Septem- Â¬ thermometer minus thirty eight de- Â¬ ber to late October - in my travels oc- Â¬ grees the only protection it had being HOTELS curring on King Williams Land at the behind a sledgo loaded about three former time in 1879 and in North Hud feet high around and over which the x sons Bay at the latter in 1878 This wind poured Its exposure thus was a sudden onslaught of the winter does good minute and to appreciate this HAZEL GREEN KY j not drive them at once into their pe- - one must taKe a watcn m his nana ana f c diar houses of snow glad as they see that length of time drag by a time DSETY Proprietor j would be however to avad themselves that a not unconsc entious but sensa- Â¬ Patronage is respectfully solicited from of such an abode for the first snows tional writer might readily jot down as everybody more especially the traveling that fall are not of the right texture five or ten minutes And 1 have known public First class accommodations and for this Arctic architecture Fully forty a naked man surprised asleep in his uUfactioa guaranteed degrees below zero must have been igloo by a polar bear hastily grasp a reached and a number of fierce gales gun and pursue bis enemy two or three BOUSEJ must have packed down the autumn hundred yards in the snow the ther- Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY snow before it is of the proper consist-Â¬ mometer fifteen to twenty below zero ency or lJOHN H PIERATT as These Proprietor Esquimaux call it to be heavyinto the and slay h m dipped inEsquimaux rub cut the slushy snow water on the curious blocks or huge bricks of snow bottom of the runners of their sledges HTTfec table is sunDlie with thnfcftstin w th which they make their snow- until the market and first class accommodation bouse igloo of the Esquimaux look- Â¬ with the openpalm5 of the hands it freezes into solid ice the thermome- Â¬ will bef urnieh ed for man and beast ing so much like the old fashioned ter being from zero to seventy below pictures of bee hives with their oblate when Ihave known it to be done I MORGAN HOUSE Their skin tents are alto Â¬ have seen an Esquimau throw himself shape WEST LIBERTY KY gether too cold to live comfort- Â¬ on the snow and rest comfortably for able in them long before that time half an hour tho therniometcrseventy JAMES H COLE Proprietor comes around and the Arctic carpen- Â¬ one degrees below zero or one hun- Â¬ ter is driven to another curious ma dred and three degrees below freezing Patronage of the traveling public is re terial for building to keep ont the bitter and probably doing some light work spectfuiiy solicited Table always suppled cold and that is The Kinne the pure ice from the wth ungloved hands with the best in the market Stable attached many fresh water lakes and ponds with petoo Esqu maux who seldom build which their country abounds When even the small fires of the native stone ASHLAND HOUSE about six inches thick they cat out lamp in their igloos during the very NEAR POST OFFICE slabs about the size of an ordinary coldest weather of winter are probably house door put them upright on their the hardiest of all these boreal tribes UEXTNGTON KENTUCKY ends joining them edge to edge mak- Â¬ in withstanding low temperatures 11TESR E1S0K11LE ing a little circular pen of ice about ten and sit around in their cold cheerless JIBT CUSS to fifteen feet in diameter over which snow houses with only their un- Â¬ m E BOSWELL S0S Proprietors they put the summer tent for a roof dergarments on the Esquimau has These houses of ice are as transparent two suits of reindeer skins the outer as glass if clear ice has been formed with the hair turned outward and the CAMPTON HOUSE and when finished one can look through inneT with the hair turned toward and CAMPTON KT ard see what hs or her neighbors are resting against the body their arms ASBURyT Prtjwietor doing without the trouble of getting withdrawn from their sleeves and rest- Â¬ ALEX i down on his hands and knees and ing on their bare bodies across their These glass breast chatting all the while pleasant- Â¬ The table is supplied with the choicest vi crawling in to find out nd in the learket and the charjr s are rea 1 ke houses thus completely kill all in Â¬ ly about various matters the ther- Â¬ sonable Special inducements to CcmmercisJ centive to gossip as an essential ele- Â¬ mometer often being below zero in teansts ment thereto ignorance of the person fact the only warmth the snow house talked about is wanting I am pleased has is that given off by their bodies I to add however that the malicious va- - have known one of these Kinnepetoos ZN TBZ OLD KTLIABIJ nery oi cms traic is wnouy unknown to take an undressed raindeer hide that among these distant people had been soaked in water to remove The House of ice while warmer than the hair which was frozen stiff as a Insurance a skin tent will not compare with one plate of boiler iron put the same of snow and as soon as this material against his naked body and not only OF HABTFOKD COSTS- is of proper texture an igloo or snow hold it there till it was thawed out but Waick Deal in Sellable Indemnity Net house is constructed I will not dwell until it was perfectly dry so as to use Ckeap iBsnrajMe on the construction of the igloo to any it foi a drumhead KeeJow lee m their great extent further than saying it is peculiar savage rites In fact I might and Fir Tim the shape of a half egg cut perpendic Â¬ say that I have been naked mselt in ular to its axis and about six to eight a temperature of minus sxty cight deTHE BEST IS THE CHXAPaer inches thick in the blocks which are grees during the short rime it took to KCATKTA about thirty inches long by half as undress roll my reindeer coitinto a wide The most common errors re Â¬ bundle for a piilow and crawl into my JL CJBXSLSDOISt Aflrrt garding the Esquimau snow honse are j sleeping bagj but my mpvemints par non-resl-dea- ts that zone If a comfortable house made of ice WmkHSkn Â¬ Slsi -- JS m - A woman entered a horse for a race recently in Belgium but made it a condition that she should ride it herself dressed as a jockey This the proprie- Â¬ tor of the track refused to permit but the proposition produced a good deal ef newspaper discjssion in which a number of facts were brought to light showing how many women had assumed mens attire in order to follow mens pursuits Lady Franklin the wife of an English baronet rode a famous race once at which nearly 100000 persons were present but she was beaten by a ruler named Flint though the odds were in her favor She ran another race however and with more success for she beat a famous jockey named Frank Buckles in a two mile heat race but the victory was account- Â¬ ed for by the fact that thoi jockey gave her thirty two pounds in weight The competition of women with men where horses were concerned dates back to Homers time for he tells of the defeat of a woman warn it a de- Â¬ fender of Troy whom Achilles pulled from a horse and killed It is during modern times however that women have assumed the garb of men so as to nroht bv tho employments of the latter Not a month passes but tho newspapers tell the story of some woman in disguise arrested bv the no lice the excuse in every case being that Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ She loved him just so much and no mucher Wife I wish you wonld 0G0 my get your 1 f e insured for dear Husband 1 was thinking of getting it insured for 10000 Wife Do you think 3011 can Husband Certainly Why not Wife I suppose the companies refused to insure any-Â¬ thing for more than it is worth N Y Herald Lie insurance agent Come let me make you out a policy Mr Du Why senbury Not to day sir not The premium on 20000 would not be much It would be a nce sum to leave your wife I said not to- Â¬ Now I say never sir A day sir handsome young widow with 20000 is tho most dangerous legacy a man could leave behind him Fhiladelphia Call Nurse to fashionable mother The baby is very restless maam I cant do anything with her F M Shes cute me for slander because I had told Mrs Gumbrel that he used to steal hocsfbr a living while his wife took in washing That all comes of leaving gates open Jeremiah says L I dont see what leaving gates open ha3 to do with your letting your tongue run about business that dont concern you says he Wehy says I UI was so worried by the trouble that teething I suppose N Yesm I thing if 30U was to take her in your aiins a little while it might soothe her F M I Impossible I havent the time to spare I am just making ready to attend a meetiug of the SocietT for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children fJivo baby some paregoric Boston Courier At a hotel a short time since a girl inquired of a gentleman at the table if No sa d he his cup was out but my coffee is The poor girl was considerably confused but determined to pay him in his own coin While at dinner the stage drove up and several coming in the gcntleman asked Does the stage dine hero No sir exclaimed the girl in a sarcastic tone but the passengers do N Y Inde Â¬ pendent Â¬ dtt house O-S-CO Â¬ PIKRATT sec-lu-u-ad- -lo 1 - Insure Your Property I Mi -- Coiw Tril Tstd Â¬ They were seated at Coney Island overlooking the ocean The sight of boundless blue sea sad she bearing upon its mighty bosom tho stately white w nged ships freighted with hopes and fears and and mer anguish Sunk in c andise and alas ambitions that Can the poor heart always ache will never be realized always fills me No the tortured nerve will languish with wonder and del ght and my whole Or the strings of life must break being becomes so surcharged with And fortunately 1 was aroused from my emotion as to leave no room for aught sorrowful meditations by the voice of Your order please in- - Jeremiah exclaiming as he came around men were paid better than women else O yes a dozen the comer of the house terrupted the waiter when following the same pursuits It as far as running myself through a hornets Whats all this row about Sally Ann hard shell clams please and a hot is stated also as a fact that after everv I replied to Jeremiahs question by giv Â¬ nest or a thrashing machine at first a little sausage N Y Times battle among the slam are found the ing him a very forcible lecture concerning mild excitement would do to begin with bodies of women who have fought in his carelessness then 1 turned around and So he suggested a bareback ride the ranks In some cases this was to went into the kitchen where I found ray WRETCHED I told him that was just what I wantedr SYCOPHANCY be near men to whom they were at- Â¬ bread burnt as black as a coaL I had just I didnt know what it was but I was not tached but oftener for the more pro- Â¬ taken the bread out of the stove when I going to give in to a mere boy like him o Opinion Depended on Cirsaic reason that they joined the ranks A Title Who cumstances So he went into the barn and bronght out heard some one knock at the door to getwv of the army to make a livelihood other I wiped the perspiration from my face a tall narrow horse and told me expected a Gilhooly is one of those fellows who and obeying the summons found myself I didnt say anything bat I Modern industry resources failing discriminates less against women than makes it a point to taffy everybody with face to face with Mrs Gumbrel the worst great deal e in got Ikeep on and he mountedYou front ethink formerly for now many employments whom he comes in contact even if he gossip in the county I felt like shutting may the are open from which in the past they has to do at the expense of somebody the door in her face for I was sure that to strange horse going prejudiced 3gamst but I became had Nor is this change else Gus De Smith who has a re- - she my heard the close if not the whole Â¬ it were debaired of lecture to Jeremiah I tried how- bareback riding as soon as I gt om that confined to employment involving man Â¬ ochorse he was so tall and so exceedingly ever ual labor or even technical skill markable talent for music recently curredto act as if nothing unusual had narrow Newnham College has recently sent up composed the saddest kind of a dirga Well the fanners boy started hira aaS two highly trained mathematical stu- Â¬ and called it The Beggars Dream then 1 thought the earthquake had eowe dents Miss Rochett and Miss Howells The piece was played in public for tho The way in which the summit of that hors to compete with the Oxford graduates first time by Miss Birdie McGinnis the endeavored to penetrate through my spinal column to my souP was something rewarfc for the position of Senior Wrangler a sister of Hostetter McGinnis at a musi- 7V j able distinction heretofore confined to men cale or some such shindig at the man- I told the boy there was no hurry I did DemoraCs Monthly not know where we were going but 1 said of Colonel Percy Yerger After sion we would get there soon enough if we let A SHIFTING ISLAND Miss McGinuis had finished plain o the horse walk But the boy was game- 1S aud kept the animal on the jump The Inevltnble Destiny of Au Interesting she asked Gilhoolv how hs liked it 3Iy son my bareback Atlantic Watering Tlace Then I said Your Your playing was superb riding terminates right here And I roUetL vnnderful but tell me Miss Old Manisees is bronzing more loiter toucn myself off that horst summer thau ever before Birdie why do 3011 play such a wretched ers this aM and struck the starboardinside of blackberry on ray head a wild Gus de Smiths Beggars thing on the Dream aswhich really should be called bi There are 2500 strangers I went home with a nose fait of briars and an accumulation of raw ex-Â¬ island Manisees is Indian and means vhc Beggars Nightmare You cant said she perience that would have been worth iti Good morning Mrs Jones Little Gods Island and if Mr Block do 3ourself justice when 3ou play suen says I weight In gold to me If I couldhave realGood morning Mrs Gumbrel Wont vou come in says L hadnt happened along 200 years ago a wretched piece as that If it had not ized on it Philadelphia Xews Vno Til nnmo tn fnr i mirinto nr lwr T more romantic name would have been for your exquisite playing the the The Englishman as lie Is savs she piece would have been hissed clung to it Will you take off your bonnet3 Adam Whats his othernawe askwll Of course Miss Birdie felt very much For nine months in the year the flattered and was subsequently heard sajs L Mark Twain in reply to a railway carnage island i plastered over with drying Yes says she Ill take it off while bore who had been pesteria ah for hlaV The remainder of the to speak of the intelligence and good I stay for I can cool better with it off salted codfish season the natives davote to salting looks of Gilhooly then opinion of Washington LmoqI aad oifaer She took off her Later in the evening Gus De Smith she had something bonnet and I knew soil is not other peoples money The to communicate before heroes of the Kepublic aad in despair at to be mentioned lor there isnt any the brilliant composer asked Gilhooly she left and I resigned myself to endure his ignorance wound up with Straasftr So a ew For the present the island is contenting to step outside At first Gilhooly sup- her company until she was ready to leave have you heard of AdaHi itself with traveling to the northwest posed that Gus had heaid about his I didnt have to wait long for she was anx-- York clergyman tells this story as to held by him at the rate of about a foot a year The adverse criticism of the musical pro- iousDid unburden her mindthe plcnic says part of a conversation Englishman to wiUtia whoMi you hear about duction and he wished he had not years with an three gray old Atlautic is grirul grinding spoken so disparagingly ot Gus When she he pointed oat General Grants residence in away the stately and pictured clay What picnic says L The Eacllsteiaas asking 2Tew York cliffs on the southern end of the island they got outside Gus said in an earnest Why says she Mrs Brown is going to What name and seeig to obtain na In numerous spots along the southern voice Gilhooly lbts go to Jules Borne have the young folks over in their wood further light when it was repeated to hfa bl ufls may be seenplaceswhere last coarse yo know lot next Thursday afternoon to a picnic the clergyman said winters storms have ground out huge felds and Hatter our digesters says L if theres anything on of General Graat He wag onr PMfcWet Well They went into Jules Bornefelds sa- earth that hate cores of earth and swept them aronud and abominate Ah ending ua 1S771 loon After the ceremony was over aud despiseI its a and detest of course the for eight years Englishsaa still w4a u to the northwestern sand spits ot the picnic but remarked the young folks wont feel that way about it evidence of recalling a fact peviwwly island where treacherous bars a re cvct Gus said Now Gilhooly 1 know you are a so I must do some cooking for Jacob and known Footpaths formmg toward the north Taa too pamed Iteeisrgf I want your can- David man he was a great GeoeraL ad c cliffs that were popular Lvst yeai judge of fine music on the 0 says she your boys are not to be in j command of a illk of aea at ikeciaer now end abruptly on the brink ol did opinion aboit that little gem of rr mine the Beggar s Dream vlted of our war Yo reraswteec or lale chasms thus formed and new ones have How do vou know that says L Weil o was Gus replied Gilhool3 seizing his ot course to be made Keeper Clark at the big Why says she I heard Mrs Jinkins beg pardon bot I have jw arte light house on Southeast Point says fiiend by the hand You are the comtell Mrsv Green that she heard 3irs iirown countxyv and was s iec at sea that 1 away the bluffs ing Texas Mozart but why dont 3 ou tell Mrs Sikcs that she wasnt going to inÂ¬ the sea is surely eating hUestraews Iw a s six whereon the light is uow perched 200 get a musician to play it instead of vite anvbodv but the moat respectable fami not heard the N Y Stm teen days really feet above tho sea level and it is sim that dreadful piano pounder Birdie lies and she named several families thah McGinnis She has no touch at alt ply a question of t me when the towei she intended to leave out and your family Cor jV If it hadnt been for the merits of the was one of them will have lo be moved inland ta A Tennessee young wan weeaUr piece itself the people would have Time I was pretty well stirred up anyway andj ferveat aete te afc girL aafear Iwr J hissed her of the stage I didnt stop to think what I was saying so gaantwf wm Th n Gus De Jmith once more says I Pd like to know what has made Th aU sfcai sfc fcenevac Swearing is tvhollv nntnntrn In vm maWe n Japan The worit word a Japanese pressed the hand of the candid critic the Browns so mighty respectable all at carefaUr a me mm a4 m once May be my boys are not asv respecra shdaaaeeeft fe ever uppiu j Jo a man ne aijKes u aud told Jules Bora efeld to UMi The ek Dle as Browns boys but I know that Jerfcun agiiq v2ezai Siting btfast miahfi father was never put In jail foe ge hew Bars stwCSt Y StflMi te Jeremiah put on his hat and went out to the barn and for a wonder shut the gate after him I sent the following- aote to Brown through the post office MrBKOws In not afraid of your prose- date for Sheriff and if J bear any mora of your trab Ill tell all I know about you I never received any reply to that note and I suppose Brown must have been guilty of some meanness that he thought I knew about for I heard nothing more of a slanother side of the fence burdening the back der suit of an old horse that I always called Bona Â¬ The families of Brown and Jones how- Â¬ parte not because he was an uncommonly ever have not been on speaking terms ambitious animal but because the greater since Toledo Blade part of him was composed of bones I am well acquainted with both men NEEDED A CHANGE and I knew that there was little likelihood of Jeremiah returning to the house for the A Brief Equestrian Experience He Spent IXU Vacation in the Ceaatry next two hours so I reluctantly left the churn and went to the rescne of the pota-Â¬ My doctor said I needed a change Be toes As I started I called the dog Tige too muck had followed Jeremiah and Knowins that told me that I was sitting around he had plenty of time had goue to sleep in that in my burning desire to impart my the shade of the cottonwood but as soon as stores of wisaom to my fellow beings I was he heard me call him he started on the run sticking too close to my desk lie said I Jeremiah heard mo at the same time and needed a vacation that I ought to go to tfee slid down off the fence aua sauntered country and rough it leisurelytoward the house I asked him If he didnt think I wonld A hog can always see if a gate is left find it rough enough down at Coney LiIamL open when he wants to get into mischief but he said the beer that wasteth at noon Â¬ but never when you want to drive him out tide and the dance that slayeth at midnight Five times that four footed quadruped and were altogether too frequent down there So I wait right out into the wilds of New myself revolved around that potato patch at a speed that would have started the perspi- Â¬ Jersey where there are more wilds to be ration on a living skeleton in January but had for the money than anywhere else 1 when we passed the gate the sixth time know of And when 1 had been there two days the ttie brute struck up toward the house and he and Tige met and had a wrestling match farmers son grasped the fact that I wanted in the butter and buttermilk where I had to rough it I told him 1 didnt care to go left the churn The milk house door wa3 standing wide open and I made a rush for it but before I could reach it I saw the hog dart through it followed by Tige I heard a tremendous squealing and tear around in the milk house and pretty soon Tige came leading the hog cut by the ear I looked within and if I ever saw destruction 1 saw it there For a moment I forgot everything but the sad spectacle before me but - I wasnt responsible J 1 Â¬ -- j lmllUfsijUit j I llJJa rfiS -- l r Â¬ Â¬ lnz Â¬ Â¬ -- -- r Â¬ Â¬ T Â¬ fc3 eataor rK - J -- ti iijiikLypM T A r -- - - rr - i V 5 ii Mrf HlZEIi Geeen Hebald In v w B3G333 I iMKwr L tt i X f IT H r i t Stt the rate are our woe in other things But it has those lalffamily cliartreil liv oCiirk subsided now the sorrow we mean not jwiCKl ncwsjmpess Io not tilings the sackcloth or the HERALD and we have concluded tootherThe Heii- run STENCER COOPER EniToii ald to suit Spence principally and our j friends generally A kind of arrangement in which HAZEL GREEN KY WEDNESDAY OCT 21 1S35 all religious denominations shall have an equal say if they so desire Our religion Democratic County Ticket is broad we honestly believe aa Chris- Â¬ tian in one church is as good as ChrisElection Fint Monday in August 1SG tian in any other church and we have the utmost respect for all sects For County Judge G B SWAN GO The winning ticket in the primary in Tor Cpnnty Attorney Fayette on the 7th of November will JOSEPH C-- LrYKINS be as follows Couutv Judge S G For CshhIy Court Clerk Sharp County Attorney John R Allen DlATVlb-IIOGG County Cleric Theo Lewis Sheriff James C Rogers now deputy Assessor For Sheriff Richard Menifee Redd County Attor-Â¬ G T CENTER ney J M Corbin County School Super- Â¬ For Circuit Court Clerk intendent M A Cassidy Uncle Billy WW FELKINS Wilkerson has no opposition and of course hell get there but if he had i- For Assessor hed get there Eli anyhow Cleveland W G Vr CRUEY couldnt beat him for Jailer We sel- Â¬ aFor Jailer dom prognosticate but when we do we GEORGE W DRAKE strike the political weather vane and run her from stem to stern Bet a jug For Surveyor of buttermilk against a plate of Gus H BURNS EASH Jauberts soup that we are right For Coroner 17IELDEN COX Wc are glad to note that the leading papers of the State favor our ideas in re-Â¬ Tor CoHuty School Superintendent gard to working convicts on the State JOHN 31 ROSE roads and hope all true Repaesentatives will go to the Lcfiislature with their Breathitt Announcements We are authorized to announce B M minds up to pass a bill favoring the COMBS a candidate for the office of SurveyÂ¬ scheme Our own representative is cer-Â¬ or ef Breathitt county subject to the action tain to give the matter his full attention of the Democratic party and we have privately been informed of several others who will work for it To tho Democracj of tlie 13th Judicial District Gentlemen I am a candidate for The Louisville Commercial one of the the office of Commonwealtht Attorney best papers in the State is a steadfast in this district and subject to whatever friend of the mountains and should reaction you may take in convention in ceive the support of the mountain peonominating a candidate for this office If I should receive the nomination and ple regardless of politics be elected in August next I promise you M CONVERSE VS K that I will faithfully and honestly discharge to the best of my ability the Things Set JUght in a rialu Statement trust imposed Hoping that my aspira- Â¬ Editor of The ILvzCL GrEl N Hekau tions will meet a favorable response at Dear Sir I read with some surprise jrour hands I am truly yours the inferences which your correspondent M Kasii J 31 drew from a recent letter writ- Â¬ K ten by me when in Breathitt county and On a visit to Lexington recently we in- Â¬ first published in the Christian Observer vited some of our friends to visit this sec- Â¬ of Louisville I would not perhaps deem tion to hunt partridges c We now it worthy of notice were it not calculated repeat that invitation and in doing so to create a prejudice against my oldÂ¬ frewhose name give them the best information in regard friend Dr Guerrantin that article is quently mentioned to the amount of game that we can ob Â¬ I remark 1 Dr Guerrant did not see tain Prom inquiry made in a casual the article and knew nothing about it way we are satisfied that there is not until after it was published I alone am less than 500 coveys of partridges within responsible for it 2 I read it before mailing it to an a radius of eight miles of Hazel Green intelligent citizen of Wolfe county born Fifty of our moht reliable fanners make and raised in the mountains who enthis estimate and backed by what we dorsed it as a true and fair sketch So have havclearned in regard to the matter we and several other gentlemen from AVblfe other mountain counties who have have no doubt cf the truthfulness of the read it since its publication I am statement Parties coming here can ob glad to know that the people generally tain good board at the hotels at 350 per in that region appreciate the cllbrts that week the fare from Lexington to Mt I have made in their intrct 3 I did not say that Dr Guerrant was Sterling is 100 from Mt Sterling to the first to preach the gospel in Hazel Rothwell Station GO cents and from Green or built the first church or was Rothwell to TIaeI Green 200 Tot 1 first to organize a church or found a col expense for a weeks visit 720 In add Â¬ legge or that he found the people ignorant or immoral These are the fancies ition to this if anj of our friends have of a diseased imagination Dr Guerrant too much bile oi their stomaclis arc sufÂ¬ has always been the champion of the fering with djspepsia constipation neu mountain people their constant and ralgia rheumatism or kindred diseases steadfast friend and has cordially sec- Â¬ onded every efibrt for their advancement Swango Spring water will make new men 4 I said he found no church in Hazel of them Come boys and give our sec- Â¬ Green to preach in three years ago and tion a trial and vou will zro back to Lex that he organized a church in a schoolington satisfied that we have more birds room I believe that is a fact French I said there was no church than any other section partridges and burg when he went there andinthat now pheasants and that we are anything else there are two I believe that to be a fact than heathens I said there was no church in Jackson when he went there and now they have On Friday the 27th day of November a fine church nearly done and two others will soon be built in the county the Democratic District Convention to I said many of the people were poor nominate a candidate for Circuit Judge and many uneducated and needed schools and also one for Commonwealths Attor- Â¬ teachers and churches and preachers and ney will be held in Hazel Green That that we meant to help them all we could in develop- Â¬ Judge John E Cooper will be nomina ingsupplying these wants and in of their the magnificent resources ted for re election there is not the sem country 1 believe all these things to blance of a doubt No man can have be true and I see no occasion for any the temerity to enter the lists against one to take offense at their statement 5 I was a him with the magnificent record lio has of Wolfe and stranger to the good people Breathitt counties and was made wliile wearing the judicial ermine excusable if I made some mistakes But For Commonwealths Attorney wc have I wrote the article in their interest-- I indirectly heard of two or three aspi- saw much to commend and spoke in warm terms of their rants outside of our own Hon Joseph their kind heartednessexemplary honesty their hospitality M Kash but none of them liave suffi tneir granu anu nonie traits as granu as cient prestige to win He is a good law- Â¬ their mountains and I am glad to know yer a thorough Democrat a polished that generally they appreciate my mo- Â¬ gentleman and an able prosecutor He tives and are pleased with my course There is in those mountains the making is in the vigor of manhood and will of a grand community However light- Â¬ - make the district as proud of him as it ly they may be spoken of by some now now is of the record made bv Judge the time will come and at no very dis- Â¬ Cooper- - Both deserve nomination and tant day when your section will be in- Â¬ ferior to no other portion of the State in wc believe they will both receive it intelligence and enterprise and wealth and in everything that is truly valuable In choosing a school superintendent and that gives character and standing to the people should eelcct the best man a people Your correspondent does not like un possible for the position One who has speaking of one of the denominations as struggled step by step up the educational Campbellite I intended no offence If ladder is by far the best kind Such an I had been writing for the people of one will not work for the salary alone Wolfe couutv I should have used the term Christians and thev tat for the good he can do hi heart is understood what was meant would Ihave But was m the work On November nh layette writing for readers in all irts of the M1 J 1 wuuij win cuousc a caucuuaie lor tuis United States including large numbers important office and the people will ad- Â¬ who nave never heard the term used m vance their own interests the interests this narrow contracted sense and would not have known what meant A Virof their public schools and above all the ginia editor advocatesita commission to interests of their children by selecting ngulate railroaS charges which shall 31 A Cassidy of the Lexington Press consist of a lawyer a railroad expert He s more eminently fitted for the posi- Â¬ and an honest man an unintentionalÂ¬ lawyers and tion than any man wc know there and but very keen hitIat the that there railroad men Had written was wcTaiowaigoodnnun He is a entle a Baptist a Methodist and a Christian iksk socially morally and intellectual- church the Baptists and Methodists ly and intellectual Fayette will favor wonhl have had good provocation to get herself by favoring him with the nomi Â¬ fighting mad Yours very truly F B Converse nation JCeHtneky jwid rlr n warn wiu tiiuui - l tntriA wsa iuuv a nunit imt Vn a J religious friend of ours was very much lttef a Yar Akciyc AArasce incensed and quite warm in Jiis wrath Entered Jtt the Hael Green PotoSiee as i ecaue we saw lit to pumisu a letter from a gentleman of another religious ec els6 mail maticr denomination than his We were very fey fPTTT TTTI 4 T T - sorry about it In factso bowed down I Pi JtX X5iiKfclJJJ- - inoBKiiu jeot IrculatioB is in- jiae vry sorrow thatwe tried to rtMhwift cklHe it i therefore with sorrow in sackcloth and smother drown THEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM our V v - ing discharge 1 from custody in Ken faicky for his connection with the Rowan county troubles il -- rs Ta vri XSTHE go-as-yo- u- plea-e-free-lanc- e Â¬ case was called some two months ago it was postponed to tnve him a chance to recover his health slightly He is in fair shape now and appeared in Judge Hus- Â¬ tons court this morning with his attor- Â¬ neys Maj C H Blackburn Miller Ont calfc and Squire Ruddell The State was represented by Prosecutor Pugh who has done excellent work in this celebrated robbery case The State exercised all its peremptory challenges and got rid of several persons not wanted among them W C Llstner who was one of the jurors in the Mullen case Mr Pugh asked that the jurora be not sworn until they were right on the point of beginning the trial He said a very important witness had not yet arriveu but would be here in a day or two Maj Blackburn wanted to know the name of the witness but Mr Pugh would not give it The court for this and other reasons put the case over to Thursday morning UNCLE JACK ZIMMERMAN was suffering from wgunds and when his When brought here he Yoantr Jlen Read Ilu The Yoltaic Belt Company of Mar- - THE JOHN SHILUTO G0MPAHY shall Mich offer to send their celebrated Wholesale and Hetail Dealers in Electro Voltaic Belt and other electric appliances on trial for thirty days to men young or old afflicted with nervous debility and all kindred troubles 41m for rheumatism neuralgia paralysis and j many other diseases Uomplete restoration to health and vigor guaranteed No risk is incurred as thirty days trial is al- Â¬ lowed Write then at once for illus- Â¬ trated pamphlet free Race Seventh George Streets J T vv mm F DAY rZl W DRY GOODS Â¬ HAZEL GREEN 1 u THE 3B II lytle fpSI curry in stock the LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF HEXERAL MERCHAS DISE IN EASTFitN KENTLCKY Havine the experience onimvwsrs in aar ir nt L f r ml 1 ncakiitk n 1tl i business iiv likl iicicwiiusuucu in uNciuiis u tuic irjuB oom 1nnoivstejuui Kfttnii tijt we do can and will meet the Avants of our patrons and makeic to vMr interest t watrwuae us We have an immense stock of everything yon want or acca IncladiH v w KT - - Cincinnati IN O DRY GOODS NOTIONS CLOTHING Boots Shoes Hats Caps Drugs Groceries Queensware Hardware Saddlery Cutlery J Leaf Tobacco Live Stock and all kinds Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods or in settlement ot Notes ami Accounts jZlTYoiir trade is respectfully solicited J T fc F DAY- - CO DEALERS ff -- -- -- Â¬ Â¬ Has Passed In Iliti Iast Proof Free of All Errors Uncle Jack Zimmerman is dead and a more kindly man a more sincere Chris- Â¬ tian a more perfect gentleman never left the earth for a better world The writer knew the old man for nearly half a century and knew him only to love him for his gentleness Charitable he STERLING- was True he was in botliact and speech A friend he was that sticketh closer A native of George- Â¬ than a brother town he spent his life in the town of his birth in Lexingtan and Danville ex- Â¬ cept two or three years he passed in Louisville as foreman of the Good Temp- Â¬ IRST-CLASSlars Advocate under Col Geo W Bain ne married a sister of the once famous Whig editor Nathaniel Finnell whom he assisted in the publication of the Lexington Atlas in the old day the per- Â¬ sonal organ of Henry Clay He then purchased and published the 1 exington GKREENWADE Observer and Reporter for several years selling out at a handsome profit to the FRENCHBURG KY late Carmichaeal Wicklifle In 1845 he established the Danville Tribune a whig aper and ran it until the war destroyed lis business He accumulated several G W Moore Prop fortunes but gave them all away He could not hold a dollar in his pocket when some neighbor needed it worse than he did His was not a life of roses Thorns there were and they were many and sharp yet he bore their prickings LEXINGTON KY with the patience of a genuine Christian Such souls are rare on earth though Office at Treaey Wilsons Stable Calls May the grass attended to throughout Central and Eastern plentiful in heaven grow green upon the grave of our old Kentucky iHi PW I 1 HI p nun win Do W E B MAY C SWANGO Lm MAY Pearl St CINCINNATI KITE SWANGO KY - 96 6 H Dealers in General Merchandise O MAYTOWN Ve do Keep constantly on liatid everything kept in a first class country store Wc carry not secure trade by misreprcsention but by fair and honest dealing- Main Street DEAN POLLARD MT Importers and Jobbers The Largest and Best Stock of Goods and sell Least Money of any House in Town We have also connected with our business forthe - KENTUCKY Queensware5 Glassware N c O First Class SteamFlouring and Saw Mill and will guarantee satisf action Respectfully c A MAY SWANGO W cor Pearl and Walnut CALL AND SEE Cincinnati G HOUSE J P ROGERS WITH B SWANGO - DEALEU IX - Louis Stix Co GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY KEETS COXSTAXTLY OX II VXD A FULL ASSORTEEXT OK TA IMPORTERS AND JOBBEKS OP H A WODROFFE Veterinary Surgeon C Dry Goods and Notions Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Third Race and Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Union Streets ies Stoves and Farming implements CINCINNATI O friend The Southern Uivouae F FRITZ HATS CAPS GLOVES Co In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOM 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 Â¬ The November number of the South- Â¬ LODGING HOUSE ern Bivouac will contain an exceedingly 2J E Corner 5th and Jefferson graphic article detailing the movements LOUISVILLE KY of Lees army from the time he crossed the Potomac to the night before Battle Entrance on oth up stairs M Whiteman Night Clerk of Gettysburg The writer Wm H Swallow was formerly Asst Adj Genl of the Army of Northern Virginia lie presents some new facts concerning the orders under which General Stuart was marching and contends that Lees origi al plan was to march direct to Harris burg where the army was to be concen- Â¬ Â¬ W S Dickinson The Old Reliable HAT HOUSE Corner Tearl and Vine Cincinnati would here express their thanks for past favors to all their old customers and still ask a con- Â¬ tinuance of their trade AVe always keep a good stock and Uncle Jim Hint with his good looks will at all times be ready to wait upon you JOHN W JONES DEALER LN W N HALDEMAN President of the Great LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL CO Tells What He Knows of Watches Jw NO 10 MAIN STREET if it In Silien ari -- 5 MT STERLING KY trated and it wa3 with this understanding that Stuart separated from his main army and moved through Hanover to- Largest Stock of Clocks Eastern Kentucky -- Â¬ wards Carlisle Col Swallow will follow this article by others describeng the Battle of Get- Â¬ tysburg anil his story is certain to at- Â¬ WINTEBSMITHS Â¬ Â¬ FOXJ3V DRY 1GS Vine Street Ciici7inati Ohio tract general attention North and South GpriCE OF TK3 CoURIEa JOUXKAX LOOlSVIIiS ALLISON SMITH as it is a most interesting contribution The typo on which this paper is printed Is front Dr Vtnicrstnith to war history The movements of the I tsve observed fo the above foundry Editor IIebalu waive a Sir various commands are followed with manv years I the value rule your remedy prompt of great care and are described with accu- ing me to sav iu reply to your request what know The private assurances of your rate lucidity and a clear comprehension efficacy Chill Cure the good results of its elfectsits I I Had and command- nadohservedon Mr R W Meredith who for more of the apparent purpose of the The Trustees of this institution have Â¬ CHILL CURE 1 TYP E Sunday-- fra yitiiiN CLOCKS FROM ONE 100 DOLLAR UP One Day Cloak strike Eight Day Clock and Album Eiiht Diiy Clock SOLID SILVER WATCHES - 1 Silver Plated Spoons jSTarticidar attention paid to Repairing Call and see mv goods a 2 00 1 7Z 3 73 0 00 1 00 jMjuijaAu jijunmiuiLw JGHN W JONES Â¬ Hasel Green Academy nsrain ESTABLISHED m 845 Â¬ ers What Col Swallow has to say con- Â¬ cerning the course of Genl J E B Stu- Â¬ art and the manner in which he execu- Â¬ ted the orders entrusted to him is especi- Â¬ Â¬ ally worthy of attention as accepting the position he assumes the responsibili- Â¬ ty for the failure at Gettysburg can no longer be placed upon tlie shoulders of this brave and daring commander A Letter From Illinois Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Salem Ills Oct 11 1835 Knowing the love that editors have for badly written and comptsed corre- Â¬ spondence I send forth this epistle to be translated I do not know whether I can write anything that will be of any interest to your many readers as my ex- Â¬ perience in writing for the press is very limited but I must say to my old friends of Wolfe and adjoining counties that they have a wide awake newspaper in their midst which deserves a good pat ronage I see in The Herald that some of my old friends are seeking a change of country I would say to them if they want to find a good country come to Illi- Â¬ nois We have some drawbacks here but taking every thing into consideration Illinois is 25 years ahead of any of her sister States in a farming or commercial point of view I see that your Cnmnton correspond- Â¬ ent speaks of a lecturer in his vicinity by the name of Dr W Steele I once had a brother by that name but I have not heard from him for so long I suppose he is dead and can not be the same man I knew But since I come to think my brother signed himself Rev W Steele Well I must make my epistle short so here is success to The Herald E H Steele Paris Kentuckian Taylor Young of Rowan county the county attorney who was prominent in the troubles there hav- Â¬ ing been fired upon from ambush was an attractive figure at our depot as he passed on to Carlisle court to prosecute his canvass for Commonwealth s Attor- Â¬ ney He is oyer six feet high with 205 pounds weight and splendid form Al- Â¬ though only 3S years old and looking much younger he has a son who is a young lawyer He married the daugh Â¬ ter of Dr OBannon when he wa3 scarce- Â¬ ly 17 years old For a first class picture call at C H Perrys photograph gallery Hazel Green han fifteen years has been foreman of my office aduced me to test it in my family The results The first case was avc been entirely satisfactory f two years standing iu which I believe every non remedy had keen tried vh temporary re ief the chills returning periodically and seemingly Your cure broke them at with increased severity osce and chcre has been no recurrence of them for more than six months The other case was of a milder form and yielded more readily to other remedies but the chills would return at intervals until your medicine was used since vrh01 tnne nowsevcral months they have entirely disappeared rromtbe opportunity I have had to judge Ido not hesitate to cspress m belief that your Chill Cnr is a valuable pecifir and performs all you promise Very respectfully for it V J HATTIKMAiM WEBSTERS UNABRIDGED In Sheep Russia and Turkey Bindings secured the services of Prof N B HAYS and tlie third term will commence AUGUST 31ST 1SS5 and continue ten 10 months Hazel Green is the most desirable loca- Â¬ tion in tlie mountains of Kustern Kentuckv and noted for the advantages it has in S31000000 OQ 1SS5 ltoyal of Liverpool schools churches teniperance societv 183G Liverpool and London and health and Globe of England 36S73000 00 This 6chool presents advantages which ISODiNorth British Mercan- Â¬ are not equalled in the State in many par-Â¬ 33301000 00 tile of England ticulars and its future is destined to work a 17P4 Ins Co of Xorth America good to our country which will he felt 9716 31 of Philadelphia Terms reasonable for both tuition and 1710 Sun Fire Office of London 5863000 00 board For terms t applv to 53S3tlG 4G 1782 PhenLx of London Trof X 15 J1AYS Principal Insurance in order to he reliable mast T3 The Leading Insurance Ageney OE WT STEELING- - KY Total Assets of Agency - S43S4S730 SO 1SG1 J E ROBERTS WITH London and Lancashire of Liverpool 9260000 00 1S10 Hartrord of Ilartford 4412 i0 00 1 49 Springfield ot Springfield 255633 CO 1SG3 Firemen Fund ofCai- fornia 1471028 OO 1So3 Xorthwestora National 1Ij4SS9 00 1750 Niagara of New Ycrk 174035 00 1S65 Boatmans Pittsburg 411499 00 he guaranteed by successful and well kaawn corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental cwmpanles 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 in trust Look to quality as the paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully A HOFFMAN Garter Bros 1 Co WHOLESALE Office At Traders and Deposit Bank DAY BROTHERS FROZEN CREEK - B F 3ICCOKMICK J-- M Cox MODEL PLANING MILL Dry Goods and Notions John A Cnrter James C Tarter D A Forline Tho Unabridged is now supplied at a small ditional cost with DEJOSONS ad- Â¬ - Breathitt County Kentucky j 729 731 and 733 HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED the finest line in both quality and variety of MeCOSMIOK Rough and Dressed COX Lumkrr0rs J Jo C Bethel MAIN STREET J SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS KY ever brought to the mountains and will sell them cheaper than the same elasu of goods can be had elsewhere in Eastern Kentucky Manufacturers of and Dealers in G Carter Jr LOUISVILLE WITH Tho greatest improvement in book making that has been made in a hundred years The Cut gives but an Incomplete idea of its utility PATENT REFERENCE INDEX THE STANDARD 3000 JH SMOCK SASn BLINDS AXD AIX KIXDS OF BciLDrXO MATEKJAI Davis Mallory Wholesale Dealers in Co Money Saved is Money Made Therefore he wise and place your moncv wherc it will do you the most jrood AViS WILL SELL YOU MORE GOODS FOR OND DOLLAR than anybody We mean all we say and if you are atalf doubtful call at our new store and satisfy yourself that wc have what you want all you need and will not ask the earth moon and stars for it Our store is a bran new one located at the mouth of Frozen creek immediately on the banks of the Kentucky river and the stock in it is brau spankin new also con- Â¬ sisting in part of MT STERLING KY f K XrivreDster--- 5t has 118000 Wordi 1 Engravings and a New - Standard in Govt Printing 6fBee 32000 copies In Public Schools Sale SO to 1 of anv other series I aid to make a Family intelligent liest Help ror MUUUJLAra TEACHERS and SCHOOLS Webster Is Standard Authority with the 17 8 Supreme Court Recommended by the State Supts of Schools in 3D States and by oTerCO DRY GOODS And Fancy Goods 715 and 717 West 3Iain Street Between 7th and 8th NOTIONS College Presidents The latest edition in the quantity of matter it contains is belioTed to be the largest volume published It has 300O more Words in its vocabulary than are found in any other Am Dicty and nearly 3 times tho number of Engravings It Is tho best practical English IMctlonarj A LIBRARY IN ITSELF LOUISVILLE KY ED B GllEEN Wholesale Dealers iu 615 and reliable It la an ever present family S S school Â¬ Htrald master to the whole G CO Fubrs Springfield Mas C MERRIAM extant London Quarterly Seviev WHITE GREEN WITH HUFFAKER 7 T 1 Â¬ J ACOB HARRIS WITH Levi Newburger WHOLESALE Co- - llEV JOHN J DICKEY Principal begins EO E TUCK its sixth term August 4th ISSn Students WITH can enter at any time Instrumental music is taught Board at very reasonable rates CO BLOOM GOLDSMITH TACHAU A Librakv of 500 volumes recently donated by friends and the principals private libra- Â¬ Manufacturers Jobbers cf ClDthing ry free to students The schools past re Â¬ KY cord is its best assurance for the future G42 and 644 3tain St LOUISVILLE 73 and 75 Woortor St NEW YORK Jackson High School R L White J B Green Boots and Shoes West Main Street A J kcrj TISYILLE KY pins and eardrops in sets from t p Tjtce pins Mourning Jewelrv m sets from 5 ct up Collar buttons 30 to 50 cts- - in gold ad Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats silver Silver Rhine stone combs 375 to 800 Hair ornaments in gold silver shell and jet Gold necklaces 3 to 5 each Boots Shoes Hardware c Coral bracelets 25 cts per pr Ladies7 haiid 1 up All kinds of hair work No store in this section would be complete satchels without having everything for the accom- Â¬ done to order Braids made from combings at 50 cts per ounce We sell braids made modation of the people hence we carry from lone even hair at 3 to 10 grav5 to 10 Orders Staple and FancyfCroceries Cor Church byUpper promptly attended to mail LEXfisGlOX KY in such abnndance and variety including flour meal bacon salt coffee sugar Ac that we can sell them very cheap or will ex- Â¬ Valuable Farm for Saie change with you for country produce Ladies Will Find at Miss M S Hiyf s A fine black kid glove at 155 Lighton kids 15 4 button Silk and Lisle thread gloves in black and colors Rut Mugs In crepe lciss and muslin ratlin at 25 cents a box Infants muslin bonnets 50 cents u Corsets in great variety Plated Jewelrv m Or Those OwInglUs Must Pay Us I ofier for sale the farm known as the and well have no monkeying about the Holderby place mutter Respectfully 5cc June 1 1885 DAY BROS lying Containing 423 Acres er W T CASKEY It F PIERATT Â¬ CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS 724 and 72G Main Street RSMITH of the EW EBBMON COMMERCIAL COLLEGE General W y3mJyiteMy award3x Ky wecJc-day Worlds Exposition FOX Highest Honor rson TUB S S COMBS J DEALERS VAUGHX COMBS VAUGHN IX oto Between 7th and Sth -- i it 7U S5PWowe9 -- Tke Lexington Observer has been con Tirled into an afternoon daily It is ed Â¬ The Kovran County Desperado on Trial iaCiuciuiiali For llobliery ited hy John O Hodges and Charles C Cincinnati Oct 12 The case of Meere and contain a goodly amount of Craig Tolliver for the alleged robbery of Mrs at Loekland four c ey editorial atxer Tvnorapbieallv yearsHannah Buxton this morning before ago was Killed ii pwewts a very handsome appearance Judre Huston Tolliver was arrested exchange list j and brought here immediately after bo- t -- i T CTAIG TOLLIVER LOUISVILLE KY CREENWADE HOUSE FRENCHBURG KY Dr Geo W Moore Proprietor jS-The 1 r tli table is supplied vith the best in market and the eliargesare rensouable of lat rear from IS to 45 Utca Instruction U prntticllr ami icdiriduiUr iitf trota 10 teachen Special courte for Teacher aad Ktui injur ted br Men University Diploma presented to iu graduate Tliii iHrnatircl eitr U coted for its ttUbfulnii tad socictj szi i on leading railroads Tfce Text Book which reeeiTed the niched award at tie World Exposition tor iu Kxtrarfre Practical and Oun- reicmivc Jtivein cf luiuet Education is rosed caly at this loUcss It 1 tlie eliraet foIWo with the hithtt tuiir mtnt and xuaranteea tuece in bnic to lu dtietTin rradu Its President iU lvriltuUr and In I particular 32 1 Course free Ladies Graduates Over 500 paptls AND LIVE STOCK OF ALL KIXDS during the year Cor ilain and Marion Streets Students csn begin till Uipkm Buitnoi ISO vacation Time ta complete th CAMPTON KY Average total coat Ireludinf Tel CvirM about io week tivit Set or Book and BoxrJ in a fmilj 880 Telegraphy PUoaograpliy nd Type Writins pcaltie Literary UOOO received Merchandise Kentucky University Lexington any Oirr Suecesfdl jn J T PIERATT containiugo rooms boiSes kitchen asti dia Jng room There is a good well of wa-Â¬ ter and fine xprings which vield a almit HAZEL GREEN KY dance of pure stock water an orchard f DEALEILS IX 65 bearing PPIe of assorted wkiter and summer fruit yotrog and thrifty barn and out Staple and Fancy Groceries bottom land in buildings about ICO acre f good state of cultivation t acres of which is now in com 60 improved table land and the rem nine 26 of every kind and description also a i I2acres tiniLered nf wlwi i f A FULL LINE OF SADDLERY HAR- Â¬ Jed with very finest oak and poplar sU Caskey Pieratt it A Green ou the state road miles below Hazel This farm has oa Cood 2 Story Frame Dwelling Se g4 acrof NESS ETC ETC 00 lte WJlOttfi It SMITH Lexington Ky Thanking our raauy qustomcrs for pat can call Oft II C IJernd wV 5i3Makcs and repairs all kinds of Fanning favors we honn tn mnrit dniiimtiniiAf W O Mize ak Hazel- - Grnr pt te- wtiicr- Tools Buirgies and Wagons bsuneu at fetanlott Powell cwuatv K Horse Shoeing will receive especial atten Â¬ thesame Respectfully Vj Vtay27 U5 GABKEY tion PIERAT - BLACKSMITH HAZEL GREEN KY STjlOR 3r J Price--f5CASH we will sell GOODS 3 cash and remainder CPEAPER TnAN ANY MAN one and two years Posesmit gives iat once on reasonable terns Yxm kmnmc to purchase 00 Fine Situmlnous Coal c ff - t lCrSg J iV Wj - J - i Ar- - - Os - JSL R w -- Jl C - y - fl A rV - V c- - 3 i f - 5tiiSSMK v - feJr--S- t - fc t K- - H x 4fe Democratic County Meeting CORRESPONDENCE iiiiBKL SlffiEK In pursuance to a call or the unair-WfllieSwango of this place attended 1 man of the Democratic Committee of EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS BY courvt Mt btcrling last Monday the 13th Judicial District of Kentucky COUNTIES- T Dr F M Thomas spent several days tne uemocrats or voue county win meet correspeaoem m every Fe a in mass convention in the court house in Mor- - In Lee county last week but returned fiwnrlwrffit tbe laoufltk of Wolfe Reported by Special Correspondents from the town of Campton on Thursday No-Â¬ Magoffin wkJ Menifee- and Floyd Pow norae onDSaturday lastleft for ML Ster Â¬ All Points In the Mountains vember 21st 1885 at 12 oclock M for S Godsey lEstlll Pernin Hon Saturday the purpose of selecting delegates to rep-Â¬ ivith a couple of fine point in the mountains ling last resent Wolfe county in the District These springs are located horses for that market BREATHITT COUNTY Wiitelfor terms to agents c Convention to be held at Hazel Green a aiile front the beautiftil Wwn a liavil m Hon W o Afize of this place left Jackson Cct 15 J5 F Jones and on the 27th day of November 18S5 to Green Tha water ceskoue a hujptr yur ror Cincinnati last fcaturday to buy fur-TIMETABLE m centage ot iron tknaay other waiJuw1L i a Simon Holland escaped Xrom our jail on nominate a candidate for Circuit Judge hence it is the raost vateaMe in tWe cmie f vautk Itlsistif U and Commonwealths Attorney of the ristnririr aaJ WvVlfl rtllBIllW Usi hff2 nuure lor inis new inouse il flrflpHfMj vrwm ii8InUJI disease ned iRteraally or cxtenlly cell 13th Judicial District to be voted for at I the ceiling and of their slower than M Stm4titi time 22 Amon the raasy digetug wkiftlr Smk past Jones was charged with the murder ot the August election 1886 has been quite ill for several irttriiHg tune heir to and fonrhiek tJdsvro4erfI water JosEPn C Lykins ICs 1 leaves ML Sterling at 7 a in arriving Ave are glad to state is convalescing rap Lanville Hagins of Knott county He is known to je a positive asd persMtaeui idlv Ketkwell at 40 a m Chairman County Committee t cure are the foils wib it nf Virginia and was sent here from Xe 5 leaves llethvcll at S a hi arrives at CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSLV SKCT of Bourbon county near Secy Isaac Elkins TMFord rvmntvfnrsnfft Wrnnir Holland v r Mt Sterling at1k50 a in DISEASES SCROFULA CA ssyp nu arÂ¬ Paris is here drinking Swango water and was charged with stealing ahorse but he Ke 3 3evs ML SterliHg at 140 hunting birds and seems to enjov the claims that it was hiswite s TARRH RHEUMATISM The democratic county committee are rives at Botkwell at 320 p in to meet me in the NEURALGIA NER- JT Htiwel at 345 p m arrives monntains The Court of Claims was in session especially requested court house in the town of Campton on vousNESS 13 Swango is attending the ML Sterling at 530 p m at Judge G week They fixed the STERLINGthree We append a few of the hasdrek f tea 1105a lm 2 ooKBects at Mt Slcrlinj witli railway Montgomery county court He will also salary days this Judge and County At- Â¬ Friday October 23d 1885 at 10A oclock of County timonials which have beea teared m iL U7 p xn trains onlliO attentl the Grand Lodge of Masons at torney at 250 each In the absence of AM for the purpose of settling upon a JS the efiieacv of this water ia disease ier TJeadatoa Cincinnati and Lonisville- -- Louisville this week the choice of am s thaafal te ML Sterlins with 1105 a- - t the clerk A C Baker acted as deputy plan of ascertaining county between the One lady writes I K SBBec tsxt f A democrats of Wolfe J Great Giver of all Blessings that I trki txaia on C O- - from the itst and l wOiTAliss cue Oodscv wbo lias been on a A party of 20 of our young folks en- Â¬ M Kash and L M Day in the race for Swango Springs Freely do I give aRtfce M traiafroHi Loaisvilieand Cincinnati fprotractcd visit to AVhitesburg in Letch joyed chestnut hunting last Saturday on Commonwealths Attorney A full at tune and money spent there for the fcoHh jV Montgomcrv county court day special er county and Gladeville va returned S litiwell oia the 3rd Monday in each Stray Branch a few miles above town tendanbe of the members of the commit- Â¬ and strength I now enjoy lves T l a Hi XLTTlVinsr IM U - C1CUJUK liome fcaturdav- evening last -A nappier company never bursteu a tee is respectfully solicited o A gentleman of IHiaeis says Itaiak h nuiuUi leaves Ml Sterling at JL Co B J Samuel who has been ab- - chestnut burr iteturmimr tfla-f- water of Swango Spriaes did me Baerege1 Joseph C Lykins than all the nostrums have ever tried I Sj Hj rrivinc at Jtotlnvell at 40 p m ent from Hazel Green for several weeks Major Whitcomb of Richmond Va Chairman county bterungatop w ill ccrtainlv be with vou again next spnM Icve UtkweHTor L 11AIUJU OUDI m past in the interest of the Presbvterian and D W Yoorhees Jr were in town Isaac Elkins Secty committee UliU ii References B T Smith J G fMrl - illrnaJ lrtTO1oct WW v Monday representing capitalists accom- Â¬ P L Reese Hi Sterling Ky FlLHwkJft Complimentary H C Herndon and lady of this place panied by Ben Crawford Mrs T 31 Hinkle Win Clarke Plum Lick HAZEL GREEN KY left for Louisville yesterday mornincr Ky of Hazel Green has Green Strother The Sentinel Democrat of last week A large hotel is now bela- built which OCT 21 18S5 They are witnesses in the Al Little trial been employed to plaster the Presbyte- Â¬ has the following complimentary notice WEDNESDAY w ill afibrd ample accommodation to visiters and will take in the exposition before rian Church and will commenee the of our fellow townsman every word of For further mforniatioa Inregard X9 board work Monday j9Tnuxsient advertisements inserted tneir return which we indorse Aye well say more HARRISON SWANGO Jcc address J Taylor Day Floyd Day and H C Dr J M Kash of Hazel Green as- Â¬ If elected Mr Kash will be as good a at7S cents per inch first insertion and 23 liazei ureea xy Or this omce cejits aa inch each sabseqaent insertion Herndon of this place who were wit- Â¬ sisted by Dr W T Wilson removed a prosecutor as any in the State but read nesses in the Al Little trial at Louisville tumor from Mrs Jack liarnett on Satur- Â¬ Hon J AL Kash of Hazel Green is OB NUNNELLY were discharged and came home Thurs day lasL announced as a canidate for Common- Â¬ WITH 1TEWS LOCAL bay last but left again yesterday Â¬ Ha you Carapton correspondent tell wealths Attorney in this district sub- Â¬ John C M Day the mountain dude us something of Carpenter who was shot ject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Kash is a Democrat an honest for die finest and merchant prince of Frozen Creek in your town sometime ago Caskey Pieratt Go to Breathitt county raturned from Louis- Â¬ Eeubin McQuinn and daughter Isa- Â¬ man a good layer and having had con- Â¬ town and best flour in siderable experience as a prosecutorhav- ville last Thursday and is now supposed WHQLESALEIISAODLERY bella were in town Wednesday last and mg been County Attorney of Wolfe he Love thy neighbor as thyself and let to be enjoying life under a paw paw tree gave us a pleasant call would make an excellent record as Com- Â¬ on the banks of the classic Kentucky us liave no religions strife L Manufacturers af J B Dunlap B Marcum of ML Sterling is vis Â¬ monwealths Attorney Mr Kash is in J Jacob Harris with the firm of Levi JV G Dunlap No work turned out at C H Perrys Newburger Barrett Co clothiers Louisville iting friends and relatives at this place the prime of life active vigorous and in- Â¬ Saddles Harness c Johnny Wilson made a flying visit to dustrious and it gives us pleasure to photograph gallery but the best Ky has a card in this paper to which 728 and 730 bear testimony that his moral qualifica- Â¬ and dealers ia- your attention is respectfully invited Hazel Green on last Monday evening W Main St tions are second to no lawyer in the dis- Â¬ pbotograph gallery will und ven you some clotings vant you C H Perrys Jackson Lovely of Rousseau was in I Saddlery Ilardware trict remain at Hazel Green only 10 days shust shpeak mit Yawcob und he sell so town this week sheap as never vas Died Oct 5th Eliza Clay aged 73fkjit Sterling Gazette As Henry Thom LOUISVILLE KY Buy your saddlery paints oil window Hon Joseph M Kash left for Jackson years as was returning from this place to his nails c of CasRy Pieratt glass o last Sunday to attend circuit court which EORGE DOLL home below North Middletown last Fri Â¬ commenced at that place on Monday WITH Lost Creek Oct 12 Religious ser- Â¬ day and when near home he was halted Brecns Liniment removes knots and Joe is a candidate for commonwealths vices are growing in grace in tins portion by two convicts who escaped from stock all enlargements on horses or other attorney in this district and if any man his Rosenberg Ftotittr No cure no pay Sold by J T F Day thinks he can beat him we would like to of the mountains Rev Zack Fugate the camp near by and who demanedcom- Â¬ and Stephen Carpenter of Quicksand clothes and money He agreed to have a line in that direction preached the funerals of Aunt Tilda ply with their request told them he sym- Â¬ Successors to Rosenbery Nats aa Jc Flexiier TJncle Harry and Aunt Nancy Swan Campbell Coal Campbell and Granvillo pathized with them and asked lthem to Judge Wm Lusk of this place left K go of Swango Spring will please accept WHOLESALE a basket of delicious ap Â¬ for Jackson on Sunday to be in attend- Â¬ Rollerv at the residence of Lewis Camp-Â¬ take a drink with him He handed them our thanks for ance at circuit court No man knoweth bell Oct 8th They had a splendid a bottle and while they weie engaged in ples exactly what the judge is after but it is meeting Uncle Lewis Campbell is get- Â¬ drinking he quietly drew his pistol and are not well pleased with the whispered about that he wants the cir- Â¬ ting very feeble I suppose he is the old- Â¬ marched them back to campandreceivcd If you 5 pictures C H Perry makes for you cuit judgeship If it be so he will have est man in our count and he is a good the reward for their capture The con- Â¬ victs are at work on the Winchester and 712 and 714 Softh SitjeMaix tkmt be afraid to say you do not like the liardest man to down in the State Christian man John E Cooper cant be beat and dont Pretty Run Turnpike tbem Prof J J Dickev of Jackson preach Bet 7thStSth you fail to remember the handwriting ed to a well behaved audience on the 11th Rev E P Mickel preached at French on the wall Danville Advocate We understand a inst We are proud to have Bro Dickey LOUISVILLE KY burg last Sunday and went from there in our midst We trust success will good deal of feeling has been aroused in Kastern Kentucky Civilization to Mi- - Sterling to attend Synod winch S J GKAUMAK JAS A SHimXEWOKTJI crown his pathway through his future Harrodsburg over the recent attempt of taere to siorrow night facets Louisville Commercial life Bro Samuel Hager aided in the J A Hooe ti maltreat Elder CH-- Ca se- Â¬ SHUTTLEWORTH GRAUMAH Tlie careless assertion is made by the good work of the Lord We were proud ton the pastor of the Christian church by all Brecns Liniment is pronounced of his visit among us Come again in that place The matter culminatedln who liave used it to be the greatest rem Luisville Post that many counties in Sam Praise the Lord for his goodness an indignation meeting of leading citi- Â¬ Manufacturers and Jobbers of Kentucky have neither school houses nor cdvfor rheumatism sprains cuts bruises churches with the inference that the law-Â¬ zens irrespective of religious views F M Day and Jerry Noble contem- Â¬ etc Sold by J T F Day lessness of the mountain region especially plate moving their large steam mill to Several resolutions were passed among We denounce the assault Official reports Lost Creek in a few days They have them this Miss llosa Trimble of this place on is due to this cause of the said Hooe as an infamous and cow- Â¬ made Friday last sent us a box of the finest school to the State show that common sawed a large amount of lumber this ardly attack and renders him umvorthy eveiy grapes we have seen this sean for usuallyhouses do exist in to the county Â¬ fall of the respect of the citizens of this com-Â¬ populain the same ratio It is said here that Hon E C Strong munity which she will please accept the thanks tion in the poorest as iu the wealthiest will make the race for County Judge at of ourself and wife counties As for churches a defender of our next August election Is he makes Look Here Read this please We now at Rowan count3 writes that every one of the race he will be a hard man to beat Mrs N B Hays of this place G05 W Maix Street have carried slow customers until we are two school houses there is used Lexington had the misfortune a few the thirtyless Bud Landrum is running his cain mill loaded down and it is impossible to con- Â¬ for rcgligious purposes the days since to lose all xf lier wearing ap- Â¬ more or LOmSVLLLE KT Â¬ being induced by motives of econ and evaporator it being the first that tinue to credit those whose notes and acparel at least all of that part of it people was ever brought to this part of the counts are past due We must have pay iaiown as wash goods Some sneak thief omy to put every Duiiamg to as many country from you and will take live stock at its uses as possible Thus the absence of is supposed to liave got away with it Do not The log men are quite busy collecting value on notes and accounts churches does not indicate always a lack call for credit even if you are good if MT STERLING KY 1 John C M-- Day A F-- Lyon and Miss of preachers or sermons The State has their logs for the spring tides us been no respecter of counties in distrib- Â¬ A small girl of Jordan Combs got you are owing we and have not settled J B ADAMS Emeline Toulson of the Presbyterian C W ADAMS W ADAMS We nieau what saw J T F Day Â¬ fund A distiict cliurch at this place have moved their uting its school pupil children is embrac- burned to death a few days since entitled Times are very close here as to money membership to the Churcb in the Wil- Â¬ ing a hundred Rev D H Fallen preached two scr Â¬ to a certain sumwhether it be in Martin derness the new church recently estab matters mons at the Christian Church in this lished at the Mouth of Frozen Creek County or in Madisonin Fayette County Keep on hand BUCKBOARDS and SECONplace on Sunday last morning and even- Â¬ In truthteachiug a com- Â¬ or in Floyd D-HAND MORGAN COUNTY Successors to JOHN G BAXTER BUGGIES and Repair Breathitt county The dis- Â¬ ing to good congregations mon school may be more profitable in Paint all kinds of work- course at night was on the subject of counties named than in WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURERS OF it As Rev-- D IL Fallens time will soon the two poorThere is this difierence theÂ¬ West Liberty Oct ID T E Swimm Baptism which Mr Fallen seemed to beother two expire as pastor of the Christian Church son of T J Swimm living a thoroughly His nezt this place it has been suggested that tween the counties that in some schools near this place had a bad spell of West-Â¬ understand will he the third Sundayapat Ifr desired as a means of cducationwhile in Rev T Pieratt become his successor areothers the money put into circulation ern fever early in the fall which grew pointment which closes his engagement Will receive Mr Shores special attention November Inasaiuch as everybody likes him they in SHORE CONROY worse till Give us a call three by the school system is of chief impor- Â¬ he arose aboutwalked weeks ago whenÂ¬ for the vear think he will help the church much and and to Fatmers Stalo more towards filling Dro Fallens tance The poorest ten counties in theÂ¬ tion where he boarded a west bound Sentinel Democrat Rev Dr E O State pay an average of 748 yearley in tram aud place than any other man lit out for the land of big Gurrant has returned from Estill county fund and draw from itan to the school Hollow war and Tinners Stock HAZEL GREEN KY 2599 It is this which Injuns and grasshoppers Last week where he dedicated the new and beauti on last average of Wallace of Stillwater W he wrote to the folks at home that he ful church at Sand Hill on Sunday onicc mui Salesroom - 736 w Main Street Stands at the head of Low Prices with evr makes common schools popular even nuay urougnt to tins omce xne greaiesi where education is not desired had located at Purdv Barrv county Mo There was a large crowd in attendance erythiag voa want in curiosity in tlie way of corn ever seen LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY and that he was well pleased with the estimated at 400 tp 500 This new church All the counties have schools but in no GOODS NOTIONS It is a Species of pop corn and the two was built this summer by the Presbyte- the schools what they country t- - stalks at this office contain 27 ears If county are all danger handle nothing but Charcoal Tin and guarantee everything not to leak W C Kendall and wife S W Cecil rians and their brethren of the old Bap- Â¬ to the State from Boots SlioesHatKr Clethiag be The Any of our short borned blue grass farm Â¬ should illiteracy in Louisville is greater to day and wife Misses Anna Kendall and Min Â¬ tist church GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGS ers can beat it we would like to hear than from illiteracy at the foot of the nie Ward of this place and Mr Ford N n TRIMBLE ROBT M TRIMBLE them breathe FLOUR BACON e Cumberland Mountains although this of Louisa visited the family of Ambrose The Synod of the Southern Presbyte-Â¬ Allen on the North Fork yesterday in the rian Church in Kentucky will hold its The money is what I want aad I will give When you go to Frenchburg or pass citv has the best schools need of State Â¬ EastMORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN GASH More intelligence is a great The latest news from Grassy is that next annual meeting in Mt Serling to- Â¬ ibrough there and feel hungry stop at ern Kentucky and it is a need likewise than any other house in town Sheriff Sam Wheeler thought continue five Presbythe txreenwade Hotel Jcept by ur ueoÂ¬ of Central Kentucky and of Western Deputyimproving very slowly is Wm Ha Â¬ morrow tothe 19th inst daysSpringfieldÂ¬ Country produce taken in exchange fer tery met at W Moore and your hunger will be ap Kentucky There are some of the east- Â¬ to beis F McGDIltE goods Cliurch nine miles south of Mt Sterling peased Doc is a clever gentleman and ern counties where ignorance is denser vens convalescing Seneca Swimm stood off for Hazel first class landlord and having recently perhaps thari in any other part of the AND DEALERS IN Attention Mill Men We have Green to day astride of the U S mail bimself a charming wife is taken unto State but there are few counties so for-Â¬ hags two sets of extra heavy grate bars that MAYTOWN KY on good terms with all mankind tunate as to be free from the same evils we will sell cheap or exchange for lum- Â¬ C S Hazelrigg contemplates going afflict Letcher and Bell and Row- Â¬ Takes the lead in Low Prices with everyÂ¬ The most remarkable tree known in whichOur point is that there must be no west and growing up with the country ber or shingles thing you need in the way of an Chiles Thompson Co sll Eastern Kentucky is the great scrub sectionalism in dealing with the States Xexophon Mt Sterling Ky Â¬ oalc which stands on the farm of Harri o- DRY GOODS NOTKMS J GROCERIES is one people throughout son Swango and near the celebrated welfare Thereone law and its uniform Maytowx Oct 10 Married On Lightning Rods Five hundred dol- Â¬ BOOTS SHOES HATS CLOTfitNG Swango Spring It is 28 feet 10 inches Kentucky aud the first requisite for sup Ihursday the bth mstj at G o clock P will be paid for any building in beight GO feet in diameter 180 feet enforcement is One school system and M at the residence of the brides father lars reward lightning presshiK crime c Hardware rags Flear Bacon that is well f in circumferences and immenseknown by one school policy must be depended upon William Norten of Tazewell county Va struck bymanner with our is rodded in a rods scientific St Money is what I want and I wSllgive shade it people passing for the Co W P Staggb to make the people of the State more to Miss Lizzie Claypole Rev John F MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAE INCASII intelligent and better fitted for peacable Wilson officiating The high contract- Â¬ be such ing parties have the best wishes of a than any house in Maytown policy Beens Linimennt is certainly the best Rev W L Stamper The Rascom of citizenship ofThat State asmust lead the host of friends in this community will the conbiuation of remedies for cornsneural Country produce takes la exchange r on the part the Mountain V who was such a favorite R A CHILDJtS poods people more generally to feel an interest jt Rev J R Kendall our new preacher girpains in the back and side etcever here last year but who is now stationed education of the young it must at Yanceburg is borne on a visit to his in the the people more directly support-Â¬ nn charge of this mission preached two produced J T t F Day make able sermons here Sunday and Sunday family and friends- - He likes his new ers of the schools as they would become night Tlie people here are well pleased Â¬ placequite well thougb as yet the peo fund were distributed Â¬ ple are comparative strangers- - He will if the State those districts which domost with him as a minister liberally to the preack for us on Sunday night and he R A Childers has just received an ff HAZEL GREEN KY Let all most considering their means to help immense stock of boots and shoes from A GOOD should Lave a big congregation which he proposes to sell at hear liiin as Ave will not per themselves- Baltimore turn out to Horse Shoeing a Specialty Bougies We protest against the habitual refer-Â¬ rock bottom prices for cash j wagons and all kinds of Farm IWh mmd baps bave that privilege again soon ence to the Kentucky mountaineers as an and repaired in the beat maimer We have more corn in this neighbor- Â¬ Wbile in Mt Sterling recentl we call- Â¬ inferior people They lack some advan- Â¬ hood than there has been for years ed to see Mrs Kate 0 Claj the fash Â¬ tages which nature gave to the Bluegrass Lick Skillet 1 e ionable milliner and were a little sur- Â¬ counties and other advantages which the State if it will can give them They prised to see such air immense display of School Itoport fine bonnets hats c Mrs Clark pre- Â¬ have qualities however which will make good citizens when they become t On reviewing the weeks work Friday MAYTOWN XY sents greater attractions thiseasou than them prices are much less isolated from the world- - Meanwhile 9th inst it was found that the following ever before thougb her HORSE SHOEING A SPECIATY pupils excelled 111 their respective studies Will repair Farming Toots Bpggts Wa Â¬ lower than for the same goods elsewhere to hold them responsible for their lack 1 gons fcc Makes plows how e Satkfee do 3ou want a bonnet or hat If of advantages is unjust and will not aid rimer Newton Carson 1st spelling Ladv The sentiment class Lizzie Nickell 2d spelling class tion guaranteed in all caKi do not fail to call upon Mrs Clark in their improvementState-at-larof the people of the and Rosa Casson 3d spellimr class Mary where you can get what you want for T DAY the pobcy of the State government will Lacy 1st primary geography Belle Car u less monev than von can anywhere help or hinder the progress of the eastern sou 2d primary geography Ellsworth Marshal and General Dctectfye To the great joy of our citizens the counties It is that this sentiment and Lacy Advanced geography Grant Lacy tliis policy may be just that we bespeak 1st reader Scott Lacy 2d reader Rosa MAYTOWNcKYr hack from Rotlmefl arrived at this place for tlie latter a fair hearing and suggest Carson 3d ettt- erwawmfaw fj reader Joseph Bishop 4th Will attend te ferreti oo Monday about 4 oclock The train Fifteen Prefessors and Instructors anv part of the cHBtrr and j 7 oclock that their good as well as their bad reader Mary Lacy primary arithmetic coding up front Mt Sterling at AgriciiHira and Xicianical Seiintific EnjineiriRg Classical Xorna lsiocnon in every caae witert arogmyan Henry C Lacy elementary arithmetic possible but a very points should be recognized W 3auc tills not only citizeus would take Orders by mail promptly a4ttiW Monroe Lacy intermediate arithmetic Scitil Military Tactics aad CiaRireia Cmrsi if SUIy easy matter and our advanced arithmetic near Days if trains were Miranda Huff little COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION it as a very great favorallow the stage borough writes a I am girllittle moun- Â¬ Ellsworth Lacygrammar Grant Lacy SAVE TOTJR HONKY JlST MIX Grant Lacy a For Catalogue und other information enough tn Fall terra begins Sept 9th 1 885 ran out early S history Addrcw JAMES K PATTERSON Pb D Lexington I YOUIl GOODS QHJF to get here bv 5 oclock Let us hope tain girl 11 years of age life never went physiology Grant Lacy ZUHaney I am goÂ¬ Grant Lacy will see that it is to to school but 12 weeks in tbat Supt Harper Teacher dist No 27 Gillmores Creek I life interest to do so and send her along ing to school on well H GILLIS always have books ray I WTTII He will certainly do what be can to aid studylessons- - Is there any little girl that Wallace Gruelle has resigned his place vrxni good tfee feckibae ia taking the trip because has JUT went to school 12 weeks that as U S Deputv Marshal and has become just McCORD AYDELOTT Sievers Carson Hardware fee praaifeed io do so wben the hacis fcjSP Si HJf DAYSBOROTJGH XYv write as well as I Please excuse associateaeditoifj if the Louisville Times on The stage has greatly ben can Company wore 4fZJm We F Ji t runlf m this section and mp awkward spelling If you can read turn congrtulate Bro Gruelle on his re- Â¬ 1 G37 TV Main Stjiket to newspaper work Tlie Times T UYymir paper envd this I will write again hafcftm r Weelv increased travel over the railroad OriKANPA HrFF will continue to irrow JJ pent il c at Jfrfjgui W- LOrjJSVILLE ICY Cm be had cheap at this ofiice ICHIVILLK KY JTemld PERSONAL C E WILLMOT 7 STaaSt Cash Dry Goods Store AND WHOLESALE SwauEo RETAIL The Water of Life for Afflicted Humanity thrce-qnarters-- of Sim it idfctcery ite te We are anxious to sell Our Goods and will make our prices right W Kwf 4levi Orders filled promptly and carefully We have a big drive in a Box toe Boot at 350 extra good Come and see me O E WILLMOT KY MT Eeese Building io - a r w -- t- ORNE Reapers oild Mowers -- W Trk The Best Most Durable and Lightest Running Machine on the Market Every Machine Fully Warranted HANLY JUDY General Agents for Eastern Kentucky B Mt Sterling Ky Orders solicited by T J STEVENSON Hazel DTJNLAPBROSCO Green Ky The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Roots Herbs and Barks Except Ginseng J T BREEN SON -- Importers I Wholesale Druggists Main Street Mt Sterling Ky G i BOOTS AND SHOES ht Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well lected Stock of ADAM BAUM ES AND Which he sells Wholesale and Retail as Cheap CL0THIBG as they can be bought in the State Give him a call and be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else NEW BUGGY WORKS you may go J B FINE LIQUORS Mis ait Boys ADAMS BROTHERS CO Conroy Shore ad 15-year-- Â¬ J STOVES GRATES MANTELS Pieced Pressed and Japanned Tinware SIGN PAINTING- F McGUIRE J Swc DRY TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS R A CHILDERS Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling 1 J -- 4P 3 M Wishing Dont You Want ness I willto devote sell my For Sale A Saw Mill my sj M 5 FRANK TYLERr time to my other busi- BLACKSMITH E J ROGESS WATCH Lane The Wawbury ge Consisting of a 25 Horse Power Engine and Boiler a No Circular Saw Edger 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 emine the property Bodley Saw Mill Fixtures v 1 BLACKSMITH xn Xtf Ckrnwelljgy ALFRED COMBS TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY Kctcky w 1 - jchu4iL sf - - - j w H J CLARK A M NICKELL -- fr W pt - - r -- Wholesale Hatters 1 UCe sricu - n liiiijia liTl t b y iMrtirtTll11- - - gfeajjj sii - C i3 i J-T SAfflgSD 6EEE1Y HeR1U KENTUCKY 000FB8 Proprietor O HAZED GKEEK - - - feesoc Brewer owns the most complete collectioa of aacleat and modern books mch csrefal reeearch ami studv Thhi Time TTill Be Made afooDor William H Brewer ofTala J CgBqgc wade Oie evolutioa of the AMcicRH trottfog horse the subject of TO TROT IN TWO MINUTES Trsttlss Horses TUIafre Jl ks Pro raUfisg to borseSesh in all its forms to E ic- p be ietiacl la New England Testrday the Professor gare an interesting reÂ¬ view of tbe progress ef trotting in Aisarioa It Is ot Joiown exactly he said when horses legaa to trofc against tinio EnglkthiaeH had always ran their Worses and had trained them for that So the Englkh horse is seldom if ever pnt to the trot on trials of speed It was in the year 1806 that theew York Spectator ade location of a horse whioh ha4 trotted a mile in two minutes and Sfcy nme seconds wlrch at that time was without a precedent Laws agalsst Jaorse races that is to say run ning iorsee were in colonial times extreaely jswrlngent In the early part of this century they got around the laws agaiast horse races by trotting their horses alone and timing their This was a speed by a watch purely American discovery After a while the horse laws were so modified as to allow trials of speed as they were termed to be given at certain periods of the vear with impunity It vas not until 1818 that the first trot for money was given when Colonel Boyd of Maryland bet Major Jones of Long Island 1000 that no horse could be pro- Â¬ duced that could trot a mile in less than Boston Blue was pro Â¬ three minutes duced and covered the mile in just three minutes This was held to be a wonderful feat in those times and Boston Blue was taken to England and exÂ¬ hibited there In 1825 the New York trotting club was organized and built a coarse at Jamaica L L which was probably the fastest trotting track in the world From that time trotting be cme a general sport and was adopted by the mass of the people who owned horses and that very thiag guaranteed its progress jne recoru in 1010 oi Boston Blue of three minutes was broken in 1824 by Top Gallant in 240 5a the same year by the Tread well mare ia 234 in 1830 bv Curster in 232 and la 18S4 by Edwin Eorrest in 2311 Jt toak June years to lower the Jast rccoreU which was done in 1843 TiyLady SafbTc in 2 38 and the nextjear by the Fame horse in 2261 But itwas left to Flora Temple to astonish the country when she made her celebrated time 2Q9J in 1859- - Flora Temple from that time became a household word Ladies wore Flora Temple bonnets boys smoked Flora Temple cigars politicians drank Flora Temple whisky It is not probable that any one trotter will ever airain create sucb enthusiasm Her winaings wenrvcry large indeed Then wme Afuwr iowenug uie reeoro twice before retiring from the turf Then Goldsmith Maid whoso speed and fame arestd to have brought her owners a quarter of a million dollars Then Karris St Julien and Maud S whose recent performance of 20S J stands before the world without an equal Thus you perceive the great lower ings of records since trotting was inaugurated in 1818 During the past decade records have steadily been low- Â¬ ered and Mv Bonner is authority for the statement that he expects Maiid S will surpass her time of a day or two ago oefore the summer closes It is my firm opinion based on many years of deep study of the evolution of the trot- Â¬ ting horse that before another gener Â¬ ation passes we shall hear of trotting horses who can make a mile under two minutes Horses are bred nowadays for the single purpose of bringing out ihelr trotting qualities just as in En- Â¬ gland they are bred solely with referÂ¬ ence to running Now if a lot of thoroughbred horses are bred within themselves without admitting an3 mongrel blood and if they are trained solely for trotting there is no question that man can bring the record down to two minutes and under Mr Robert Bonner who owns Maud S ridicules sucb an idea and he may think this an impossible result I am aware as he says that trottingis an acquired gait for a horse and that running is his natural gait But still my theory holds and if the thorough- Â¬ bred trotter is carried through one gen- Â¬ eration after another we shall one day see a horse which can trot in two min Â¬ utes New Eoven News Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE AIR WbetfcerJtt Be ColorleM Depending Upon Environment The Challenger has dredged from the bottom of the ocean fishes which live habitually at great depths and whose enormoas eyes tell of the correspond- Â¬ ingly faint light which must have de- Â¬ scended to them through the seemingly transparent water It will not be as futile a speculation as may at first seem to pat ourselves in Imagination in the condition of creatures under the sea and ask what the sun may appear to be to them for if the fish who had never risen above the ocean floor were an in Â¬ telligent being might he not plausibly reason that the dim greenish light of his heaven which is all he has ever known was the full splendor of the sun shining through a medium which all his experience shows is transparent We ourselves are in very fact living at the floor of a great aerial sea whose billows roll hundreds of miles above our heads Is it not at any rate con- Â¬ ceivable that we may have heen led into a like fallacy from judging only by what we see at the bottom3 May we not that is have been led into the fal Â¬ lacy of assuming that the intervening medium above us is colorless because the light which comes through it is so I freely admit that all men educated or ignorant appear to have the evidence of their senses that the air is colorless and that pure sunlight is white so that if I venture to ask you to listen to con- Â¬ siderations which have lately been krought forward to show that it is the eoajwhich is blue and the air really acts like an orange veil or like a sieve which picks out the blue and leaves the white 1 do so in the confidence that I may appeal to you on other grounds thaa those I could submit to the prim itSre man who has his senses alone to traet to lor the educated intelligence poeeofeses those senses equally and in a4ftioft the ability to interpret them fevbbe lifht of rfJ5on and hofnrt this jMHfooee 3t is to that interpretation that el adirtts ysetf 5 P Langley -- GOSSIP the Miocene lime bones of the Meso hippus appear Then the horse was as The Dlaappearaaee of the Best Grasses- The temples in Dahomey are sl lare as a sheep equalling in sie tho j Kecelty of Renovation miost entirely built of human skulls pigmy elephant Its feet wore still Ths evils that are experienced in pa Chili pays a bounty of five dollars divided as it had three too and tho ture grounds are the gradual disap- Â¬ a head for the scalps of condors but spl nt of another in each forefoot and pearance of the best grasses the the birds are so sly that it does not pay three toes behind Following thi3 came other forms as he Anchitherium then growth of mosses and weeds in thoir to hunt them A rock altar with steps battered the Hipparion as large as a donkey stead and the prevalence of coarse and weathej worn has recently been and finally thePliohippus with single herbage which cattle reject in situa Â¬ discovered near Zorah the home of toe on each foot is found thea direct tions where there exists a superabund Â¬ Manoah the father of Samson ancestor of our great horse of today ance of moisture Wherever there are The pavilion of Henry IV at St in the feet of which if one carefully examines are to bo found rudimentary stgnant waters as upon ilat surfaces Germain has been turned into a res Â¬ splint boies that are the representa people dine in the very that abound in springs or which have taurant and tives of the toes that were fully devel- Â¬ in which Louis XIV was born a superficial soil upon a tenacious sub- Â¬ room The little town of Battenberg oped in the ancient forms In Yalo soil the herbage is not only mainly refrom which the husband of Princess College a very complete set of these jected by the stock but the pasture is Beatrice and his brothers derive their strange horses from the pigmy form unhealthy particularly to sheep but it title has been partof the Prussian ter- Â¬ of long ago to the horse of to day can be seen the result of the researches in is remarked thatif the water isin contin- Â¬ ritory nearly nim teen years the far West of Professor Marsh An invention which will be of ue motion as is generally the case upon few months ago while great service has just been patented by was Awashed ashore on a pigmy Jerse tb doclivities of hills and mountains the New ill consequences do not oftrn result Idr Crammond of BolfasL It shields coast and was sent to the National To remedy the evils enumerated and the wheels of train cars so as to pre- Â¬ Museum In appearance it to improve the value of pasture vent tho possibility of injury to any the enormous finback but resembled instead of grounds one or more of the following person from falling between them being sixty or eighty feet in length simple it fulfills the purpose and weighing Though expedients mav be resorted to vi several tons it measured sowing and harrowing in grass seeds Including women and children only nine feet in length and was acsearifjinc draining manuring top whose livelihood depends upon the es Â¬ companied by a baby pigmy that was dressing with ashes or chemical ferti- Â¬ tablishment there is in the Krupp iron little over a foot long The pigmy lizers It is of little use however to works at Essen a working class popu- Â¬ whales properly belong in the Pacific sow seed without top dressing When lation of not fewer than 65381 persons Ucean and are often seen on the Cah this jsdbne clover and line grasses of whom nearly 29000 livelt in houses fqrnian coast but this specimen prob spring up indigenously from seed owned byfthe works ably strayed around the Horn and with already in the soil but not Therabs made a pyramid of tho perhaps a few companions was wan-Â¬ to germinate in condition till skulls of Hicks unfortunate command dering about the Atlantic or as some is enriched Grass cced mav which perished in the Soudan before one suggested waiting the sol for be sown in Septembsror April folfowed j Gordon went there Of tihis expedition through the isthmus for a the canal short cut by the narrow and if practicable tno 10000 soldiers including 2000 caval- Â¬ home Toller The harrow partiallj- extirpates ry perished and 1000000 rounds of Among the birds there is a pigmy the mosses breaks and pulverizes the Remington ammunition seven Krupp quail a delicate little creature so surface and buries the seeds and tho six Nordenfelt and twenty nine moun- Â¬ small that the ancient Chinese used it roller presses the earlh to the seeds tain guns wpnncaptured to warm their hands in cold weather The bush5 and smooths the surface X patriarchal couple living in the carrying a bird in each closed palm harrow is to be preferred This may of seven Among the the pigmy he constructed by interweaving some south France have had twenty liv Â¬ is perhaps quadrupedsinteresting deer children of whom twenty five are the most and strong but pliant branches of trees ing and three are serving in the army when seen it seems a perfect antelope through thu open squares of a heavy in miniature the Cephalopterus harrow which thus forms an 0iSent in Tonquiu The fathor and mother pvgmeus and Itisis confined to South aged respectively seventv three and brush and when drawn over tho sivt eight cultivate a farm aided by Africa a most delicate and fragile litground performs its duty perfectly dur Â¬ six ouier sons tueir twenty seven tle creature being hardly over twelve ui ing a short distance but tho branches child ren twen ty ona were bovs j inches in ength The head is long being pressed close and worn by the Out of 509 members of the nouso and pointeld the cars short and the motion soon become so Hat as not to horns like toy have the effect of spreading the earth of Lords no less than 4 JO are landlords and slender ones and very delicate being less than thrown upon the surface by earth in the fullest sense of the term that is inches in heigjt highly polished two and worms grouud mice or ants It is thov derive the whole or greater part of their revenues from land Fifteen mil- Â¬ jet black therefore recommended as a belter Quite as much of a pgmy is the mode to fix the branches upright in a lion acres of land with an annual rent 15 000 00 represents their Sultana antelope found in the hilly re- Â¬ roll of frame placed in the front part of tho gions of Its height at the carriage of the roller by which means property andincorae7 while another shoulder Abyssinia is only fourteen inches the tne shape of pensions an Â¬ they can be so placed as to sweep the iou000 in horns are extremely thin and about ground effectually and when worn can nuities and salaries also falls annually four inches long The young of these to the lot of this privileged class be moved a little lower down so as to a Last autumn a bookseller named midgets of tho hoofed tr be are beauticontinue the work with regularity ful little creatures This operation also completely breaks Meyer of dJonneberg liod a water lope being about those of the anteeight inches long ana scatters tne manure dropped on proof label under the wing of a swal when born and wth their soft colored the field by the stock and incorporates low which had occupied a nest at his limbs largo it with the surface mould Scarifing house and had become comparatively fur delicate pipe stem liiceare perhaps and expressive eyes they On it he wrote a query in is cutting the sod and loosening the familia thc most surface in most cases the smooth- Â¬ German to the effect that he woul I like animals attractive otany ottnc minute I have continued the artU t ing harrow pertorms the work to icnow where the swallow would pass nearly all these interest ng creatures best the to advantage Jt the winter The bird returned to its in my collection and when paced toslices the sodwthont tearug it and is fomier nest bearing an exchange label gether they present best used when the ground is in a similarly fastened saving in G rrnan 4erestiug appearancea str king and in telling a story moderate state-- of mo sture and ths al o 4In llorenceatta itellavis house the curous modifications Jo which of the grass snoru u tne iana is poor or and I bar many salutations var ous forms of life are subject I am moss oouna it mav do passod cros f Amonglhc flints of challFfonnalion to wise also It is advantageouslyused sis occasionally fdundonc that emits a going ate make a model of each one for a piw to precede the sowing of grass seeds clear musical sound when st urk with placed inmuseum and they are to be contrast with Draining improves the quality of tho another Jlint A Frenchman has just Thus the pigmy whale willtle giants be placed herbage and manuring ltintnjf or ash- Â¬ succeeded in making a pino f om beside the right whale the small ele ing increases the quantity It js no- these nnwcnl ston s The Hints are phant next to the jiiant mammoth and ticed that animal dung when dropped suspended by wires abo c a s ounding so oft in tin way the great extremes of on coarse pastures produces Lttle board and are played bv two other- life are shown at a glauce N Y or no benefit but when cabcarousj ilint In- - stones of the prauo number Iost matters have been laid upon the sur twenty six formi g two chromatic oc face the hner grasses soon take pos taves and weie collected with much A CHINESE RICKSHAW session of it Bushing that is draw- Â¬ patient labor dining a peiodof moro ing over the ground tops or heavy ti an thirty ear- Th re seems to be Vehicle Driven by Al branches of trees tends to extirpate no relation between the sites of the The Asloilitii Kfet Coolies tiioiict moss loosens the surface to atmos- Â¬ stones and their tones Trot trot trot along the smooth pheric influences and covers grass seed sunny but bamboo shaded high road which may have been sown previous POCKET ELEPHANTS to the operation Manures arc sel- Â¬ I have a little leisure now to observa dom applied to pastures for tho A Collection ot IiRjnlei Horses a Large these astonishing rickshas coolies an Inxos Ktc reason that not enough is made They wear the enormous tradit onal on the farm for the wants of How is that for an elephant said mushroom Chireso hat suitable in the tilled land and tho pastures an artist taking a green cloth from cae either of beating rain or fierce sun in general being remote from tho clay model of an elcphantabout twelve under which are tucked their hard barn the expense of hauling makes yes it is small its use more profitable to applv it inches in length plaited pigtails for even a cooie nearer where it is made Gypsum and he continued but thats just the great would feel himself disgraced were he ashes may be applied with undoubted point in its favor See this bone he minus a pigtail They are barebenefit in most cases but the dressing continued taking up a small object footed bare legged bare armed used for lawns a mixture of one and wear just sufficient rags to part of nitrate of soda one part mu- from a table the real bone of the save themselves from the charge of riate of potash and one part of line elephant I am making a model of It indelicacy heir skins are sallow ground Charleston phosphate well was the famous recently discovered their Mongolian faces are pinched mixed together and the mixture ap- - pgmy elephant of Europe Some their stature is smal their I ml plied broadcast at the rate of 100 months ago a party of French geolo- - seem attenuated and loosely put to nounds to the acre at an exnense not And yet these demoniacal rnrougn itaiv came gether exceeding 8 wdl turn worthless pas gis lamuiing looking wi etches to call whom bre h tures into srood feedinjr ground The upon great quantities of these bones ren is indeed a hcivy demand on same application once renewed will t aul soon llIent netl tncra a3 tlose of a our charity throw themselves for- Â¬ produce over one ton of hay to tlio race 0I eicpuauis tnat were pocKet edi ward into the shafts and drag acre and if the land is smooth it can tins so to speak The largest were the r cat n ages wih its passengers be converted into mowiug as it not na as larK ls our sieeP ud m the who may be ten or may be twenty form- - or old aSc much seller only increases the quantity of tho stone not at a walk or a shulllo or grass but greatly improves the quality lhan anv of thc blbv eephanLs that an amble but at a good round trot of have been exhibited in this country about six miles an hour They of the same This fact is ea ilv ilrtmnn neither young in turn we e elephants in flag pant nor perspire but keep strated by dressing one acre of a lar e up pasturewith this mixture and the catLe miniature being about as large as a this pace for two or three miles at a will feed on that acre as longasthero sntau eat ana coma easily have been stretch Would not thc most renowned Herds of European athlete is any herbage left to the neglect of held upon the open palm these pigmies were undoubtedly cap- Â¬ a feeble coney in or pedestrian be but all the rest of the field comparison More- Â¬ early tured the it need hardly be added that bushed ciicus by was in man aud ifthen over these coolies have to content existence thistles and other perennial weeds ob- Â¬ themselves at the end of their jour ey struct the growth of grass and that we can imagine a rare entertain Â¬ with five cents a cent is a fraction they ought to be carefully extirpated ment What a troupo of elephants less than a half nennv They exult if and that surface stones diminish the could have been inars hailed inP First they receive ten cents and consider herbage iu proportion to the extent of would appear the great Mammoth the donor an utter fojl if he gives them surface they occupy These should be will its iong coat of hair then the fifteen cents consigned to the ditches in the swamp 1iuotheiium Avilh its incurved tusks Thc first sensations at being con where they will settle to tho the gigantic Ganga a fronflnda with vejcd iu a rickshaw are those of min- Â¬ bottom and if enough are used its head and enormous tusks extend gled amusement and shame One will form an underground draiu i g fourteen feet in front and finally likens one elf to a drunken masquera-dcr and as they settle to the bottom lat but not least the pigmies nudlheir or to an unostentatious buffoon they raise the surfaceof tho swanio young arousing the j3nthuiasm of Then habit begets indi lerence Digni Â¬ The weeds that infest pasture grounds the throng of voung cave dwellers taries of the the The p iuies as far as known rep Government i hutch dignitaries oflaw are mostly bienuals or perennials If dignitaties of the these are cut two or three times a sea Â¬ rese ted two distinct species known soldiers sailors and even the o son at thc surface of the ground they to science as Elephas melittensis and C hinese all have recourse to them wdl de Leaves are as essential to E falconeri and their remains are and the sergeant in his rickshaw sa- Â¬ vegetables as lungs are to animal life foundover a wide geograpfiical area lutes the colonel in his rickshaw with showing that they had an extended D vested of these elaborat ng organs though auge in the second hqokof thej Erecisely the same gravity as the full the vitality ofhc vegetableisgn de on parade Perhaps Our pasturegronnds are Tneiu Virgil notes a ira7lmbnto the absurdity can be best realised by con- Â¬ stroved generally left to take care of them- Â¬ effect that Si ilywas at one time a sidering o hat would be the effect pro- Â¬ selves but there is no doubt that the part of the mainland audit is now bj duced were the Dean of Westminster expense bestowedupon their improve- lioved by many that long ago Italy was to be trundled in a wheelbarrow down ment in some of the modes above sug Â¬ connected with Africa by a neck ot Piccadilly by a dirty ragged little Lon- Â¬ gested would be profitably laid out land and that Malta andeotlier places don Arab Cornhill Magazine were a part of it Their value depends upon the quantity now islands Over this ancient bridge the pigmy and quality of thc herbage which they A Great Mistake yield The quality is in a irrcat meas elephauls are supposed jto have made ure determined by the exemption of tho MwjOW Jo Europe lieru uieir One of the greatest mistakes ever soil Ironi stagnant water th quantity traeks canbe traced in many locali made is to suppose that therp is any by the richness of the soil and its ex Â¬ ties In Malta most of the skeletons best of anything The best horse emption from moss bushes weeds have been founa while otliors have been discovered m various parts of the best cow the best beef stock the stones and other surface obstructions for if these are eradicat d or removed Itatv and among other remains in best sheep pig fowl or apple tree it is presumed that nutritious grasses manv parts of Europe These were real is a myth which no one can ever will occupy their places UlcvclandA pigmies while the so called uwarf ele- Â¬ lay hand upon In regard to these phants of to day are merely elephants Leader circumstances alter cases very con- Â¬ whose growth has been retarded in siderably The general purpose ani- Â¬ some natural or artiiicial manner The Aztec Tongue -- The pigmies however yeflpt all mal of which so much is said The electric light vied with the moon elephants as at this time piinPnorses and wr tten does not and never can in illuminating the veranda hut noM roamed the slopes and valleys of North exist From all varieties one must choose that wlrch is most suitable reywe niLiiauiuuiug uieir comninea onorts jAm e ica T fibrse ret h e ar cg tg rsqi f for his especial purpose jin dit is in present Algernon and Augusta found a con- Â¬ pur JKoAn fsVS h and theirs remainsf Jkvam that he may search fonanyone hn ulW ut2u 1UIIIJU 111 2UU1I miantitiestbnt jfthat will answer for all purposes and venient place whre the raysof light more than twenty diilerent kinds havej could onl3 be perceived indirectly One mght as well look for a places ueuu leujuieu xnu smallest oi Algy said she this must be a pigmy horses was about as large uiese general purpose vehicle that would as a good deal like the delightful evenings fox and diflered considerably from our cart stone or carry a family to of Mex co when the Aztecs ruled present horse It lived in what- has church on Sundays or a generarpur 1 dare say but who were tha AzÂ¬ been termed the Eocene time and is pose knife whih would serve the tecs my dear cawca uie tonippjis instead oi walk butcher and the- surgecn alike or a JJontyou know Why they wero genpraispnrposa saw for th cab net- the people that said Tattenamquirtli1 injronjhetipofingletoe oil hoof maker the wood butcher or the a docs the horse of to day it had four when they meant kiss In thee days of divided well developed toes and a rudimentary lumberman -- Did they Well give us aTatten fifth labor every one must have his specially In a later bed of this iV Y Times amquiliztli I fitted instruments game time is foundj the Orohiu For a moment the moon and the pus a pigmy horse with four perfect electric light were eclipsed Earlford toes in front aad three behind Iri h English is tho namt A Pest many ages later in beds ol Buffalo firm Jtujfalo Courier txezi PASTURES FOREIGN I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ --- HOME AND FARM Drp earth Is one of the best ab- lorbents of manures A cup oF s rong coTee will remove the odor of onions from the breath r -- plicated and obstinate cases of blood taints ulcers obstructions unnatural disckarees exhausted vitality premature decline nervous mental and organio debility Exchange varicocele nydrocele diseases o prostate tk Tlw CbMtst airi Best Miieie far e Â¬ White spots upon varnished furni- gland Jddney3 and bladder pile fiatuls JDf TO WOKLB and rupture all permanently enrea Stsft ture will disappear if you hold a hot of twelve expert specialists in constant at Â¬ Ia frsm me to tTrentTHun3Trerfa88 to retter Xo aiNv appttcaUos plate from the stoyeoverthem-rCZeie-la- nd tendance constituting the most complete XAXX wltkorone tUoroncU the ia the KteewMBc fco w rioteas excruciating organization of medical and surgical skill Bedridden Infirm CripptaL Xerrou Searjletej or Leader with disease mr affr XA WAY and ad- Â¬ in America Send Cookies One cup sugar one half dress for illustratedhistory of case particu- Â¬ Snwtrated 3CUEF will afford lactase ease pamphlet of cup butter one half cup sweet milk lars Worlds Dispensary Medical Asso- Â¬ BOWEL one half teaspoon soda dissolved in the ciation Buffalo 27 Y milk Hour to roll well Cut in squares It will fas few momrsts whes taken aecerdfoff te SpaamsSor StofluehBeW that female It is reported in Germany dentists s are directions rare CrampsSummer Cosytetat Bterrhca quite tlfn Brisk oven The llouse- They eein tmrs Sicl Headache la the Bowsls a aU latma gaining ground Dysentery Colic Wind nold to be taking root ia this country XI Pains TRaVEl CC shoald sjtrars carrr a heHte t In pruning cut the wood oft close City Derrick JXJLBWASXa XSJL9V to the base in order to leave no stubs 1XET with them A few drops Is water win yieveafc Drowsiness In the Day timo ctac or pala front chanxe of water It Is bowar This is especially needful with the lack of sleep or from tbas French Braady or Bitters a a ttiadMU sprouts that grow up from the limbs unless caused bysymptom of disease If Malaria In Its Various Forms over eating is a Chicago it be accompanied by general debility in the middle of the tree There Is not u remedial arealE the worJd tfraCwK Fever and Times headache loss of appetite coated tongue careotherf ever Agae asd all other Maiariow Sttiavt and aided by nadwajs PHls socntcic aa U fc and sallow complexion you may bo sure Radways Heady Kellef Erice 3 ceata Codfish Cuban Style One small druggist that 5ou are sufferingfroni biliousness and dry fish cut in pieces Fry one onion cut fine in a spoonful lard when brown and bowels Dr Pierces Pleassnt Purg Â¬ add half can tomatoes Put iu the fish ative Pellet3 are a sure cure for all ail- Â¬ with water enough to cover it Cook ments of this nature They cleans and up the broien dowa conrtltatfoa purifies tlw about an hour serve on toasfc P7a purify the blood and relieve the digestive BniJJsrestoring organs Wood health and Tlgon Sold by dreaafufcK Call delhia SI bottle Superlative goodness must be very Cornmeal croquettes are nice fof Dr ard on the hair for you know the good lunch or breakfast Mix two ounces of Tor DYSPEPSIA and for the enreo -- n tha dfs die young Judge orderaof the btomae h JlTer BoveH CoajMMls cornmeal two ounces of wheat flour generally BUousncLPUe Headache etc irlee S ets two ounces of butter and four ounces fllen Itead This Tonne BE BADWAY CO 32 Warre Sfcraet X Y of granulated sugar to a paste adding fa Vnt r tcBext Co of Marshall Mich Voi a little grated lemon peel Pwoll out offrMfiflmUthrcelebratedELECTRO ELEcnac Appliances thin cut in forms and bake Serve with to men young or old powdered sugar Boston Journal drtL- - ebilitvlossofvital - Vi with fnya Cold roast beef may be utilized in amicted all kindred troutv3 and this way Cut the beef ia small pieces matismneuralgiaparalyslNQ0dnoaTOtt I contracted a fearful case of bloed pofecH fa 3AHC I was treated with the old remedies of Mcreurr ao4 and put it in a stew pan with a good er diseases Complete reatorat on rhearnatlsra and Impaire Iotah which broushtEvery sized piece of butter some finely minced vigorand manhood guaranteed i my dhrestlvj organJoint latar was swotte SO days trial sallowed curred and full of pain When I was slrea op to die aiy onion a little water with salt and them at as for illustrated pjimpblet 1 thought it wonlIb n crnol tine la teac nhrsicians once he virtues of Swifts Specific I improved treat curry powder to taste Simmer for dose Soon the rheumatism iTr firstbecame all right and the ulcersleft Key fifteen miuutes and serve hot with a which tfc The inventor of a flying machine if he aJiiwtlte Jd were tne raoatf rightful hadeTerseea he ring of boiled rice surrounding it N doesnt soar very high has the satisfac- Â¬ rtortm heaL and by the flm of October ISO t -tion of being sore when he drops Y Times 3KM McCLEXDO- weiHsiai aln The poisonous properties of stock- Â¬ Pikes Toothache Daors cureinlminuteoc eCltnttL1 J183 teen I the employ of tfca of either sex however induced speedily thoroughly and permanently cared Com Â¬ Delicate Diess - RADWA1TS KiKisi REABT RELIEF iVJ ray 1 COMPLAINTS innjjjtn r Sarsapariiliao Resolvent Radways Pills tiwaiw3 Frightful Case of a Colored Man - rFt Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ ings dyed with the brilliant aniline dyes it is said may be rendered harmless by dipping the articles in a bath of rubber dissolved in naphtha or some other reagent This having been done subse uent evaporation has tho eftect to cover each fiber with a thin film of rubber and by this means the transfer of the coloring material from the goods Ar Y Sun to the skin is prevented Kerosene oil U attracting much at- Â¬ tention as an insecticide It is a deadly poison to nearly all insects while it is harmless to man As it does not mix with water an emulsion should be made with milk Au emul- Â¬ sion composed of one third oil and two thirds milk either sweet or sonr is found to be more serviceable The emulsion may be applied in the same manner as Paris green Philadelphia Press Pickled Peaches or Pears Take one gallon of vinegar and three pounds of brown sugar some cloves allspico and mace boil all together boil the peaches or pears till soft and stick half a dozen whole cloves into each pour the boiling vinegar over the fruit and let it stand for twenty four hours boil and skim the vinegar for the second time pour over the fruit and then seal up at once in glass jars Â¬ Â¬ Glennf SvJplmr Soap heals and beautifies 25c Geuhax Coax Kehovek kills Corns 4 Bunions theabove CnSoIrleTW 157 for yrsI rv5S 3 fc Ia kaow Oa said the hen when Good gracious sho discovered the porcelain egg in her nest I shall bv a bricklayer next X Y AttaataOa April IS Treatise on Blood and Slda TusSwirx i peenna So Prater 1- AUasu W 21 fat SXTTEMSt iTOTOE Is Sages Catarrh Remedy cures PORCEiiAKf When all so ccllod remedies fail Dr Sept awl Mrefc finger rings are the latest fashion They are probably intended for China wear is vhat As good as represented everybody says of Frazers Axle Grease OTfee direct to consumer -- rntheswiOa SMctttre GaB VVJaeleaale 2QS illiitratl a all ged fax personal or raaal3ye Tells aer te order and gives exact cot of rrery wear Prle At what ago does a man get bald That depends altogether on the nature of his wife Kentucky State Journal If afflicted with Sore Eyes use Dr Isaac Thompsons Eye Water Druggists sell it 25a Sheolea Eagle of ice er dric thlsg ye have faB irlti Tfceae TSYAITJJL9IX BOOKS coatala laTer matle gleiuaed frora the rsarkets ef the world W aayad will mall a copy FHEEte te defray drea apon recP er 1 ct A BnooKLVA lady now calls her pet cat optaofraaUa etwksrfiraai ReapecvffcJIyt yotz MONTGOMERY WARD 227 instead of Helen m m Brooklyn CO 1M 229 AVaaash ATeOe Ckkaute Loves cream sacrifice taking the small plata Boston Post MTEhrotji- JCASUrACTUKXKS Go OT Â¬ - --- -- Â¬ Journal Lemon Jelly Cake One cup ol sugar piece of butter the size of an The height of impudence taking refugo cnrAr nmASiiEnSrrnjcruY eo two eCs put sugar eggs and from tho rain in an umbrella store Xlilt IKOOF Co it Lens than SblHXe butter together and beat them add Reeling am Anyone can apply It A uses one half cup of water two cups of flour semiwise sausage dealer nevergone I thr Sheathing Felt BaofiHCaHd JPaTl profane expression Dog one tablespoonful of baking ponder Pltcliand alKoalTarPredHCts SeniL this makes three layers and are to be A Pittsburgh man fined fifty for Catalogue ACKSTS WAMED1W put together with this jelly The juice dollars for keeping a has been cow be KVEIIV TOWS We offer upeclal 1 cow The Chicaqo m that Policeman Addis has a noble wife otherwise his suspender would have been fastened by an old shingle nail or wooden toothpick Philadelphia Press Travelers that bent their wav John Sullivans two wrists Chicago Tribune 9 Policeman Addis of Philadelphia re- Â¬ cently tried to arrest a rough who fired on him but the ball was stopped by a sus- Â¬ pender button This little incident shows I W-a- l I l and gralod rind of one lemon one cup longed to a neighbor iV 1 Jlcrald of sugar one egg a piece of butter the sie of a nutmeg cook it over hot A polite way of dunning a delinquenV water as custard until it boils Bos- Â¬ is to send liim a bouquet or forget-rae- nots ton Budget ducement WO BURGESS Afct IK 1tibllc iaBliJgClu lHBatKO CUT CORN How It May He Kemoved to Make iloorn for Another Crop Â¬ A Vassar country went house Dear are crowded Yes mum milk Â¬ Â¬ 1 j j i j I aut f TIr well-to-d- j I 4 Â¬ 1 tr It often happens that a farmer would like to use his corn tield the same season for wheat or rye or he might pre-Â¬ fer to have tho cut corn removed from thc ground for the purpose of standing it in a more convenient place for husking and taking care of the stover But if he never did such a job or if he once managed it at a disadvantage he will bo apt to think it so formidable and expensive an undertaking that he will let it go although the field might with little more tillage do about as well for tho winter grain as would the summer fallow which had received the seasons tillage expressly to lit it for one of them Nevertheless good workmen say they can harvest the corn quite as fast by drawing it oft as in the usual way It can be cut and dropped into gavels much faster than to carrv and set up each handful in shock Moreover experience proves that corn if stood well packed up to a stiaight fence makinir a heavy body of it in a continuous line without stopping to bind it all will stand cure and keep better than when standing in shocks in the field and will be in better shape both for husking and for saving the odder and often such corn stubble il tho crop received good tillage will with a little more cultivating without plowing be in a fair condition for a seed bed again To carry out this plan most economically I would prefer to have the field only twentv fivc or thirty rods wide with a straight fence along each side to stand the corn to Have a truck wagon with long reach and strong pank bottom to draw the corn otf with then cut three rows at a tune and drop into a straight row of gavels ol about the si c that a stout hand can conveniently handle Have a boy to drive and sav two men to liftthecorn place it straight and even across tho platform bottom of the wagon butts all one way to the side the men work from One or two rows of these gavels will make a load in going across the field Then diive along the fence with the corn butts toward it when the same men take it off in snug armfuls and stand it straight and compact as possible you can safely use threi or four feet width at bottom and a continuous row of this breadth both sides of the field will usually take all the crop The tops will naturally lean to- Â¬ ward he fence and all will stand so compact together there will not be lha least need of anv binding aud it keeps so well upright that none takes hurt aud the fodder will be less weather beaten than in single shocks Jitnry Ives in A Y Tribune Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Why so Texas Sitings is hard to tell graduate being out in the into the stable of a farm Â¬ me how close the poor cows together she remarked but we have to do that So they will give condensed li m IB Ms jKf i 1 feariH Xona Grantee ot1 JAMES I Made In Battoa 1I uace mn voifs-mn-- Sta t a u Cotre W SMi ana ncwc s V vr mmrt 5 jtpparance rH A postal mr fcrlB TOS Ut tnrtm formation how y taia- snoe ia or Territory va5 4X unco - ii MFSm LS 12nV y aiw - 1 - 31 JWaCMUA- his faith in circus bills weed It at what age man loses Whitehall Times Chicago Sun m Mr son if anybodv smokes the filthy dont chew hy The character of the Chinamen is apt to be JV 0 Picayune wish-he-was- - Patriotism with the small boy is a mat Â¬ ter of fire crackers rockets and so Fourth Judge IFPACES LIQUID GLUE TintM frr ITinrrMTii nf ftni dxB MalAcitueil and Mechuucs oa thrir be woric- - Keeerral GOLD MEDAUI omlorCSS fbHtwnu Send card UTrUhfiTeeiUinpir SAMPLE CAN COCC Banana beer is drank by the natives of equatorial Africa as a preventive of fever If banana beer will throw a man as uncer emonitusly a3 the banana skin a mans Wilrh issaTerwith tho fever Norristown ofIcIihoJoeaete5 rrooeedwv Rn3iaCesatCoGkcctffIXas UJk 3n I6O0 fH6SMADEIWADAY o ilakiBjr KuKttu u7 and prontable Uraidinf or Weaving Use any Idea ef ulom x or old rxrs orjam A baadaoae Turkiwhi ini isadft iritis 2o ctn worth of carpet wsc TUP DC API itlall 3IAREKsaa be xxul I r unilL on newlRsmRckine or by lib AwonderfaliQreQtioB ItelUitt hand alhu Prlr 3100 nottpaia Akfhi Waited JUO The Red School House Shoe 1 - yoawlsn to pur- chase a shoe f or joar Boy or Girl that will stand thc wcarand tear ot every day usage that is made of honest leather throughout and on common sense Idea ask your dealer fur lviMinrr nnt known everywhere by the Trade Mark of the Vf Send atunp for ctrcolars tersaa mad tsmtory V UOITX A CO 219 State St Cala4ra llenueriani Lady Agents and naTS a very liberal salary enn lorsovrraiirpmiBms trorta rroai z ata fM or lull particulars addta T Utile Red ScheclHouse found on thc botom of each pair None v fEJMmjy HENDERSON genuine without It E2T Ak a for the bcst JflUTrn Tor tha Stateseellinr Trablieatlea St HR I EJJ Cnited It is ell U BUJL csiah1 with a chance for eow- U111UAUU ia 250 Stitched with Silk and eTcry way olL Made only by theCelebratedMsnnfacIarers T II UClinrOOnu t U m ntnUttttUfl IU ofBnot and Show Chlcaeo v WrUeforaStt of our Fancy School Car d WOMANS GOAT BUTTON CATARRH J3XJIVaiVXI32FL lm ii XitsblUaed 4lt 1UU D UNIFORMS Cupi rwiw Oatta PricB Kaotj EintIfllT niaattUj CaUIen of Bub 30 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lnaT WAN nn imHii uf aaAv icm Wasted XOXTH -- k No Rope r u aware CHmaz hL 2501 Uncanlcles In the world 1 aamtie0FJUC JAY BBONSONDETsorr Mxmu Asrents w Lorillards Plug 7L Ra BuHliil JEOOW CUea Tsrkkk bearing a red tin tag that Lorillards Kose Lanf fine cut that Lorillards Navy Clippings and that LorlUarda SaHflaara the beat and cheapest quality considered CANCER rs2eIec StkM Treated aad carta irrlfcevttate katfe xSron treatment sent frfeL JldSreM min buus xsaptasv juea to Gut Off Horses Mines DUCATioirAL Joa3 jt V ana iJeLXJUL JJ not be slipped by anyCombined can hone Sasithe US Fietiauerioanypartor Sold bj all eaaaiery tiaraware ana Harness Trade 2rSend for Prtce LUtJ JC- - LiaKTHOcxEochester2r ueieoratea jsiiira jjlslit- - jua TT3IE05ATHIC orHSPXTfI CIUMHB cTeiana v acnausctiiaeafet acrea 8 J M Dt B gotrar 91 Public Sfq CevIad 0 J- - 1U J faralthed Write TaLxxnyx Bsos JL2XJSSL TELEGRAPHY fLJSL JaAetTlHa TTv im o 3 - - increased sixty per cent since 18 SO T vo hundred and ltv building per-Â¬ mits have been i sued fewer hou es the smelting arc vaean thai works have enl rged their plants tha banks show larger nepo iis a d great Â¬ er rah r so irckr thai ever beioTe 3Bil ito Ueuvor is stpalily The Denver Chamber of Com meroo publish an official contradfc ion of the report that JJeuver is sufiering from stag ntion of business and U de Hning iu mportance The census oi the year shows the popula ion to have A Clear Skin of beauty but it is a part Every lady may have it at least what Magnolia looks like it Balm both freshens and beautifies is only -- a part ital Did you Sup-pose Mustang Ltaimcat ool j goo4 for horses It is for tion of alt flesh It I f - r fiJ - 3 ijrtf rj WJL J- JsT VA8