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T 3 - uamm - BV - i- - sfr TV rr r jjf 5 - 5f t f r 3JT r - w s - iH H K v 0mOBM Btfw jfcJ - H B i i H Ht Hr B r iB - i H 1 1 H Hazel Green HERAm i- - J SPEXCER COOPER Cwner and Editor THE HEUAiI OF A STOISX WOBLD WITH 3TEWS TBOX ATX XATIOS 1885 THE PROPER STATUS 100 A YEAR Always in AfrMce YOLTJME Ib k I A FADED ROSE ia-w-reee- HAZEL GJREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28 Toor fdcd tose laid In cold stlil hand Â¬ hand lcar mine so often closely clasped In My help and comfort In a weary land Now cold and still while for Us touch I pine Varewell dear band Farewell dear heart Â¬ What joy have I since s e must part Close sortly poor pale rose like those dcrk ej es Which turned so often lovingly to mine The sun and stars still Hht the distant sdes But 1 ath has velted the light for which 1 pine ltre aeii dear eyesl Farewol dear hi art The world is dark since we mua part I kiss thee laded but still fragrant rose CYCLONES AND TOKNADOES Mindful of lips so ottcn pressed to mine Mindful of words Are the storms then which lay waste lifes close Now mute the voice for which I dally pine our Western country tornadoes and not Farewell dear voice Farewell dear was asked cyclones heart How sweet to love How sad to part TornalToiS every one of them was A CA clonc was never seen the reply Like as a fndlnjj flower man perlshcth The as farVVcst as the And yet not so the heart so true to mine Still lives t t 11 loves a vcor over dc ttli c clone is a production of the West In Â¬ For thatduarheart I shall not always pine Farew ell doar love Fanwelldear heart dies and is unknown during the sum- Â¬ lill e shall meet and never part uring September and mer mouths -love-lragraut-at IH-sis-ip- NUMBER 35 PITH AND POINT A correspondent writes us fiTku dved words on a postal card ammamac ing that she is just recovering fro aar is just coming on N JPT Herald A Pittsburgh woman who wateked two pugilists who were suitors figkfc Hazel Geeen Hehaizd hvreriHsblished in Wolfe Connty aa4rktcaes largely in the counties o mHSreatst Wolfe Merraa Powell Meaifee Ma Elliott Estill Flay Pcrrr rflce asdXetx the latter eleven being- Kith-oat newspaper of any kind THE HEBALD l therefore XW jkvrtteKr 3Ie41am fa Eaiteni Kemwekr S4 adrcrtfeer s can reach more people by as advertisement in its columns than by any other means Try it and be convinced Bt FOXU8KQ ETKT WXDXESDAV 3IOENXNC SPENCER COOPER iijtr u Editor bo Copy Always tit Jkdrae sabscriptfoa will be entered cpon feeeksunless accorananied by the money aa4 o tabficriptiemrill be received for less e Tear Sir Months SCB5C3TTOOK KATES -- SL0Q GC phia August d was not a cycloht a J many sti posed but a fully developed and tigOvOus tornado said Lieuten he Cyclones ant Finley hist tuglit continued are ocean storms brewed upon its bosom and rushing landward As sujh they have no relatio whatever to tornadoes which develop their fear ful energies uponiand and often pass out to sea before exhaust n themselves The tenerof a tornado is the focus oi its te r lie force and a track of death and destruction while ships iloat safely in the midst of a c clone The two storms are diametiically oj posed though commonly spoken o as similar ERRORS OF SPEECH The Crudities Which 1unctuate the Arti Â¬ cles Appparins in the Tohlc Press Tt ic Tmflrhln lirntr mo ln errors made b newspaper writers Mai 1 or fyNe tbaa Six Months Traasieat advertisements inserted at crats per inch first insertion and tweaty lve cents for each fubsequent inser tioa 1 lack One Year S60C 2 it ra BFTSates on larger advertisements made kscrwa oa application SPENCER COOPER JLAres Hand Green Ky ecv-eaty-l- ve ADVERTISING RATES pi A1 Y Observer STUDYING TOENADOES How Wind Storm Beportors Do Their Work PROFESSIONAL J AYTOJfMiY AT LAW MKASH r HAZEL GREEN EX Â¬ Will practice in Wolfe and adjoininr couir tics Collections trill receive prompt atten tion PATTERSON RIGG ATTORNEYS AT LAW Jn MT STERLING KY SAMUEL McKEE ATTORNEY AT LAW Xo iil W Jefferson street practices in all the State Ckurts ano special attention civen to business of all kinds In the United States Courts A PORTER LACY ATTORNEY AT LAW 2VOXX5T JPUJSLXC F- - EXAMINER 3 3J Qcuaax F DEPOSITIONS Ha7fiGreek Ky a Xtkiss QUiLLIN LYKIKS ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND J Collections a specialty Seal estate bDupbl and sold on commission Will pracÂ¬ tice in Wolfe and adjoining counties REAL ESTATE AGENTS Camptox Ky Titles examined taxes paid for DR R 13 non-residen- ts GARDNER s r PHYSICIAN ANB r Offers T -- 56JfIGEa Hazix Green-- Ky hisjserjicos to the pcopje of Wolfe and adjoiaiotr counties DRrJ M KASi AND PHYSICIAN Hazel - SURGEON GnEExrKar Â¬ Tenders his professional services to the citi zens of Wolfe and adjoining- counties OiSce iat residence on Broadway J J3 TATJLEii SUEM AND SI D HAZEL GREEN KY ffllSICIAN ACCODGHEUR Tenders his professional services to the poo pie or Wolfe and adjoining- counties Office at residence on Hazel Green Heichts - HOTELS DAY HOUSE HAZEL GREEX KY D S CODSEY Proprietor Tatronage is respectfully solicited from everybody more especially the traveling public First class accommodations and satisfaction guaranteed PIERATT BODSB HAZEL GREEN KY t JOHN H PIERATT Proprietor he ac table is supplie with the est in the market and first class accommodation willbe furnished for man and beast MORGAN HOUSE WEST LIBERTY KY JAMES H COLE Proprietor Tatronage of the travelinjr public is re Fpectfully solicited Table always suppled with the bestin the market Stable attached ASHLAND HGUSE5 NEAR POST OFFICE UEXINGTON I1RST CLASS H KEXTOCKX EiTSSR EASOKABLE SOXS E BOSWELL Proprietors OAMPTON HOUSE 9 CiiMPTOX KY ALEX J ASBURY J Prcprietor Â¬ t The table i supplied with the choicest vi ands in the market and the charges are rea onable Special inducements to CtnTmeria tourists Insure Your Property IK mil OLD KELIABr X Ml Mm Gunny or habxtokd coior in Keliasle Indemclty Wick IealCheap Insurance 1 Nel Tim Tried and Fir Tested TEE BEST IB THE CHXAPZST LCAPXTAIm Passing northward they dcsciibe their curving flight a- far a No- a Scotia and The Difference Ilctwcou a Cyclone and New Brunswick- - and then rush with Tornado The Former Tlclongs I howling force acioss thcNewfoundland to the Iist and the let- Â¬ Banks-- Some of them re ich England ter to tic West and Ireland The same storm ravages the cotsl of Japan aud is called a ly- The tremendous breadth of Lieutenant John P Finlcy of the phoou seldom gives local evidenco1 of c clones Tornado Division United States Signal their circular sweep Their calm cen Corps arrived in Philadelphia yester Â¬ ters are much dreaded b3 navigators day to make a special study of the de- The Sigual Service cautions maimers structive storm which passed ovar Cam Â¬ against sailing into a c clone center to den and Port Richmond August Td The atmosphere is a ways slihing as retain its equiiibiium and so long The oflitial Government investigation some pa ts of the earth get warmer of the typical American tornado began than others sto ms will rage Is the tornado a tropical pioduc in 1S79 when Lieutenant Finle3 under- Â¬ tion took single handed to visit the track Xot by any means replied tho of every tornado reported to the SigÂ¬ On the con- Â¬ fignal Venice officer nal Service Depart nient at Wa shiugton trary that dangerous vi ifor comes Ths undertaking was necessarily un- Â¬ from comparatively cuol regions satisfactory and expensive owing to Sweeping down from the snowy deso tJ c vast area traversed by the storms late wastes of British Amciica acioss and the frequency of their occurrence Dakota Iviontatri Wjomrg and Min nesota is at ceitain seasons of the year sends the a cod wi d which often mercury to thirty and frty The etii jf difliculty was in gcttingupoa degrc s a it crosses the border From the tack of them soon enough a week the Southern i tat s and Gulf region a sometimes elapsing before the iuvcbti hot wind oinctinics one huidred de sralion could be made durinir which grees blow up the Mississippi Valley interval much of the destruction to meet it The towering Rockies hem wrought was covered up Ind vidual these currents in to th westward and testimony was the only rejort obla n they come together with a mighty aMc in man3 cases and this could not ru h The warm current tises to esalways be relied upon for oftcial pur cape the cold ir dellecls downward p scs However at the cloe of the and with a whiil and roar a tornado coud gather- - The resultant of the 3 ear 1871 the frst publicat on of Tor nado Studies by the then Sergeant two forces is iuvaiiabiy northeast and ripley appeared In 1S8U by special the track of death is cut through every act of Congress a second edition was obstacle The tornado itself is invi 1 le its tearful power is simply issued atmos- Â¬ J tiring 18S0 the investigation though pheric pressure concentrated in a 5511 far from being thorough aud com- Â¬ trunk like form Mathematical calcu plete was continued upon the same lation will show that tho air revolving plan of operation the service though within a tornado center develops the of incalculable value to the Govern- Â¬ terrific speed of two thousand miles ment being necessaiilv expensive per hour exerting a force alike iuc W herever a slorm appeared men and aud irresi dibl The rotary wagons were hired to collect particu movement of the whirl is upward upon lars of its tack and force In 1881 an Â¬ the principle of a chimney Hue other volume of Tornado Studies Once started the ton ado cloud beappeared in wh ch minute details of comes visible fiom the amount of dust 6JO tornadoe were tecorded The it raises and the mosture gath rid work was assuming a magnitude and with it The rotary motion i invar a A tornado importance previously tin thought of bly from right to left In 1883 an organi alion of a staff of cloud can descend from a clear sky as Tornado Reporters was ordered and its development is ar ong the higher If it was not for its under the direction of Lieutenant Fin currents of air lev so succesfully onducted that LoOO gathering blackness as it reaches tho names are published n the annual re- - surface the aerial mosenrrer might of the chief signal officer lhe strike an iuvisible death blow at any Jmrtcomprises bu iness men pliysicians moment professors and fanners in all parts of IIA1L STOHMS AS TORNADOES the United States who render their Everr hail storm would be a torna- Â¬ services to the Government without do if it reached the ground The at-Â¬ salary Each reporter is furnished sta mospheric conditions p oducing had tionery free copies of all tornado pub- Â¬ those generat- Â¬ lications and allowed free use of the are precisely similar to Prof King the clo ids mail in forward ng official corre- ing tornadoannounced that discovery aeronaut spondence- Blanks specially prepared a hail cloud and with a full set of questions cover ug after passing through Tornadoes noting the phenomenon every conceivable detail of the storms have always beu a natural fiature of are supplied by theSignal Service with the Mississippi and Missouri Valleys a pamphlet of instructions to govern and will continue as long as the world the eporter in obtaining all necessary lasts forests of Through and valuable points J he whole serv- Â¬ Minnesota and the vast tracks are isconsin ice though purely voluntary is most visible where the tempest of w nd trustworthy and accurate the appoint Â¬ hewed its clear cut path a century ago ments being eagerly sought for by men Even the lgtnds and tradition of In- Â¬ of prominence who interest themselves full of accounts of the mighty in studying the phenomena of torna- Â¬ dians are storms winch stiuck terror lo the hearts does of the aborigines and leveled their for- Â¬ HOW FACTS AKE OBTAINED ests ThcS gnal Sorv ce at Washington The mode of obtaining complete is in constant receipt of letters from ofl c al information of each tornado re- Â¬ Canadians and Eastern people desirous ported by the Signal Service 5tati ns to of going We t in piiring the portions of the head juarters at Washington is country unvisited by tornadoes In most comprehensive and thorough 1879 tornado insurance was not thought Immediately upon the receipt of the of La t year over 28000000 was announcement the Tornado Division written issues circulars addressed to men living Speaking of hurricanes Lieutenant in the direct path of the stonn and Finley said that they were nearly ho are likely to be trustworthy sources straight winds moving at a velocity of These circulars cdn between eighty and one hundred and of information taining a full series of questions go lo fifty miles an hour The Texas Postmasters County Clerks rails oad norther is a cold trade wind the oTicers and other persons requesting Montana chinook a warm current their asstance in preparing a report and the blizzard a hurricane with C irculars are also particles of ice and snow in its teeth of all particulars sent out to persons living upon each Tornadoes are known as witd tails side of the path of destruction where in the West Sergeant Dav stationed the phenomena are diPerent from the at the Philadelphia Hgnal Service By this office is busily engaged in investigating center of the storm path means the whole territory is covered the tornados track through Port Richand every interesting point obtained mond aud Camden preparatory to These ci culars are forwarded to Wash Â¬ making his official report lo Washing- Â¬ ington where the local tornado re- Â¬ ton According to Lieutenant Finlevs porters statements have already been statement the Philadelphia tornado received and the whole mas of facts was comparatively mild The study of i 5 then compared with the official re tornadoes is a most important feature pct of the chief signal officer sta- of the Signal Service Department and tioned nearest the locality visited by the next publication of Lieutenant Fin the stoim one account sening as a leys which will be issued next spring check upon another A local or geo- Â¬ will contain the most minute statistics graphical chart is then prepared show- Â¬ of all that have occurred this year ing the course from beginning to finish Philadelphia Press This is furnished free to the public in a week or two by application An Indiana man who started in tho to the chief signal officer at Washing Â¬ ton Four other meteorological charts poultry business with live dollars now 000 000 worth in a a e then prepared with the greatest selK more than year A man in an adjoining county Three care and attention to details of these charts represent the United who eaibarked in the poultry business fetates and show the direction of the one night without a cent in his pocket wind distribution of barometric pres Â¬ is now boarding six months ail the ex sure and temperature record at 7 a i pense of the county Xorrisliwn Ler m 3 p m and 11 p m seventy fifth aid meiidian time all over the countrv In Brazil there ate at least six can- The fourth chart shows the track of the general storm center and relative nibal tribes andotheis whose custom position of tornadoes developed from it is for mothers to eat their dead ch 1 the same disturbance Thee chait3 dren potnd ng up the t ons wrt U lit j maize thu mourninr ate aho furnished free to the public storm which struck ftiiladel- - soaaunied The - J 500 miles in diamctjr which sweep in a parabolic curve against the South Atlantic coast The cool trade winds blowing down the coast dellrct their course and send them sweeping inland - October the heated tropicnl currents develop vast rotary storms from 500 to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ s Â¬ i Â¬ -- Â¬ -- Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ their way into print despite the care of a trained and critical editor The oth- er day a brief arcoiut of the life of a distinguished man contained the words later on three times To have made the mistake of using on once in con- Â¬ nection with later would have been bad enough but the triplication of the error deserved the editors rebuke with a warning note mac starvation stared the writer in the face In the same article appeared the above remark as if above were au ad ective instead of a preposit on It is true that Webster Above is often used in a note savs elliptically as an adjective bv omitting the woid mentioned or quoted but foregoing or aforementioned are more correct word- for the purpo e It is an every uay occurrence to read suspicioned for suspected the noun for the verb reckon for sup- Â¬ pose or conjecture where no calcula- Â¬ tion is intended ad raise for rear or bnng up when reference is made to children who are reared and not to corn or hogs whih are rased Expect is often m sappPed for siu We expect what is future pect and likely to be realizid and sus- Â¬ pect what is not manifest and de- Â¬ pendent on mereconugcncie Redundancy is another cr ous fault with newspaper writers and even edi- Â¬ tors who know better and have more lime to prepare their artdes than re- predict porters Return again a sight from hence beforehand try an exper nient sub to behold liPed full stitute in the place of report again fixed fact iree new beginner have got gratis throughout the whole of and must necessarily are phrases to be oiud on every page To illustrate the errors to experiment is to try the experia fact is always fixed ment free and grats mean the same have carres with it the idea of pos session without got aud whence and hence imply from The nee discrminat on oi synon3 ms re juires a ttle tine for thought j wlrch reporters do not always have but even in this feature there are palpa- ble errors which ought to be avoided lor instance it is incorrect to sav Let me learn you how to do it Teach should be substituted or learn as to teach means to impart and to learn Food is means to receive instruction and not healthy but wholesome good soil not in cultivation not frut ful but fertile which means hav Â¬ ing the power of pro luc ug in abund- Â¬ ance To say to a lady I slall take the first occasion to call on you is not very complimentary in return for Occasion comes her kind invitation is dc unsought but opportunity A thing - imnessible whch s rod can not be performed in the very na ture of things but impracticable when viewed iu the light of the Sunl limited powers of ma i pcieiit is as much as one needs and Miserable enough as one desires refers to mental distress and wretch- Â¬ To ed to external circumstances implies confidence with respect trust with re- Â¬ to the future and credit spect lo the past Dickens to the con mutual is tiary notwithstanding onlv correctly applied to that which is inteivhangable a love fr ondhip to that pleasure oy and common which is enjoed alike or together friend or You may have a common but not a mutual friend iu common friend or mutual country To avow means to declare openly and perhaps with pride but to confess means to declare what we know will be consid Move is often ered blameworthy A improperly used for remove man may move his head or hand withoutremoving either To walk about a house is therefore to move from one po ition ttf another but to change a residence is to remove from it VXlicse are a few of the most objec- Â¬ tionable errors of newspaper writ ng excluding the barbarisms of the re- Â¬ porter for the race course or the police court who may have brass enough e ther knock to go it blind and to the under and face the inusc gent in the counling room or else to tell h m a cock and bull stor about not knowing the ropes with a promi e to bcar Ivs past record all on him hollow if he wi I let up this time aud chuck him orr his Uor Louisville Courier tin j 1 - J deal to be said jn both iiLes In a genoral way it is irreproachable a model luminary and a pattern to everybody else doing perenuial work conscientiously and regularly Moral Â¬ ly too no fault can be found with a body which is al things to all men an swers the negro accor ling to his black- Â¬ ness and never throws pearls before swine Early to bed and early to rise it ought to be healthy wealthy and wise But i it There is another side to the sun When it has got out of oui sight and Dcyond the scrut nizing v sion of civilLaliou it conducts itsett immoderately An excessive warmth characterises its conduct lz blades out gets furiously hot over nothing People beg the sun to keep cool to cam But this onlv itself seems to make it get all the hotter and be all tho more intolerable From other quarters again we ha- - e very diiletcnt reports There they tell us and the evidence is trustworllry it will uot show itself sometimes for weeks together Ther knew it is there or thereabouts from the rellcetoas cast ou the sky But as for melting a gla- Â¬ cier or liquifying an iccbrg no such effects are forthcoming This gratifies Polar bears no doubt but cau not be styled impartial behavior After all the Esquimaux are human beings which even the best of bears are not Still as the homely saying goes we should talk of men only as we know Report is liable to be biased in the transit or unreliable at the source So for ourselves we ought to speak well of the preat orb That it does not as a rule take much notice of us and that wiien as an exception it does we grumble is neither here nor there Our temperature is the finest in the world our climate second to none and thesecurity of our country from plague pesilence and famine from drought and Hood earthquake and hurrcanes Is the envy of all the inhabited earth And for all this we have to thank the sun London Telegraph Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f hy Seniibte Women Should Prefer TenÂ¬ derness aud Care to Adoration aad Gush Â¬ BARBER SHOPS j 1 Tatrons Unjoyinjj a Unon Ucilccl by Their Brethren in Other Countries The truth of this statement was learned from the barber on Xorth Cal- Â¬ vert street who declared that of all the places on earth the United states was the best place to get a clean comfortable shave I his compliment to the shops of the land of the free was barber paid on the strength of the vast im- Â¬ provements made in barbers chairs A Â¬ Â¬ well-drawin- i- Â¬ j -- comfortable cha r bears the same rela g tion to a barber shop that a The stove does to the kitchen pride of a barber shop is the chairs The barber may be skillful and sw ft the soap pure aud fragrant the brush easy and gentle the towels clean and white but these altgether could not atone for the absence of an easy chair To the United States belongs the credit of getting up barber chairs that are as easy as a feather bed Among the latest styles of chairs there are many diversities There is a w nter chair and a summer chair Then there is the combination chair which possesses some of the features ol both lor summer use the latest lash ion is a cane chair It is large and roomy and aflords the greatest ease A person can recline in it with as much For wintet comfort as on a lounge use there is the upholstered chair which is a perfect gem for comfort The combination chair is rever ible and can be used in winter and summer The more fashiouable barber- however do not advocate its use but prefer a separate chair for wintr and hummer use Many men iust step into a barber shop to get a little rest and the head bathed Then the easy chair The easy chair acts like a charm In has done much for the larber America there is more shaving done at the barber shops than in all the bal- Â¬ In France the bar- Â¬ ance of the world by the month and calls ber s engaged at the hou e of the customer to ply his In England most of the men ciaft shave themselves Nowhere in Europe can you find an easy and comfortable Amer cans find a great barber shop deal of trouble in getting a good shave abroad Baltimore American Â¬ The attitude which women of dilute refinement assume for diemselves is grotes xie in its arrogance It is the fashion for a weak lot of novelists and poets to write of women as divini ies proof against all imperfections beforo whom poor ordinary mortals mnst veil their ever and exist prostrate A man talks that way when he is in love and He feels so perhaps the first time tells a woman she is his world and hS queen and by George if shedoit suck it all in as gospel truth and feel sure the wings have just dropped off Seems to me if her shoulder bades any one was so far gone as to tell me so Id take it as a complimentary flourish as when a Spaniard tells 3011 his house is vours when tou enter 1 shouldnt on that go to takiag pictures off his walls and putting his books into my bag No more if I were a woman would I believe myself faultless and expect to live with my foot on a fel- Â¬ lows neck because he had told me he wanted no dearer pleasure than to serve me Women nrsapprehend the whole bearing of society toward them If I take off my hat to a lady and give up my seat to her or give her the walL do you suppose its because I think Not shes better than I am by a long sight Its because shes weaker than we big fellows and were bound to njke her position in society tolerable-- ny showing extra respect and consideration Possibly better behaved than we are shes she ought to be with her chances but I dont take off my hat to her superla- Â¬ tive taste and propriety Still women that have been tlatterel since they were born walk round the worll on imaginary pedestals with wire guard up Mrs Burnetts and Miss Stuart Phelps women do so and dreadfully stated mortals they are too One of Mrs Phelps women gets her mad up and keeps herself ankle deep in sand with Â¬ out turning her head till shes most frozen for fear her husband wont come every step of the way up to her and save her supreme pride 1 d have let her freeze Now let me tell you the way the best men think of their women wives mothers and daugh Â¬ ters is with great tenderness and care but previous little of the ador- Â¬ ing busicess and they rate em for ex-Â¬ actly what they are worth A man who professes to worship a woman is weak in the head and knees or a Coventry Patraore George knave Holland and that lot MaoDonald are all rather off their heads in talk Â¬ ing about women and I shoulflut want to trust my sister with any man who took their strain without their talent to excuse it We expect poets to be a trifle intlated in their ideas warm hearted A modest spirted woman with plenty of fun and kind- Â¬ ness about her and a good comrade is tho kind most manly men like and thGv expect to put up with plenty of faults when they get her X Y Mail and Express Â¬ attack of failing eyesight Oar attack sixteen rounds for her hand wisely concluded to take the fellow who sot vrhipped He was easier to handle Pittsburgh PosL Some people are born to ill luck An old woman who has pasted asarlj five thousand medical recipes into a book during the past forty years has never been ill a day in her life aad sfc Boston Trav is growing discouiagea eier said tke Well my little man Bishop to Bobby do you remember Oh yes sr replied Bobbw me You stopped with us when you were here before Pa thinks it cant cost Giicago you much for hotel bills- Times law say languidly observed one dude to another I aw see that some fellah has aw invented aw maw chine for looking into the bwaic Yaas drawled the other but that dont interwest us dontcher know JV Y Graphic She did not mean it but he took it as a hint It was getting very late and suddenly the gas brightened up Why what caused that very much Everybody in the neigh Â¬ he asked borhood is going to bed she an Â¬ British iron elads being at a grand ball that had been gven to the officers of the fleet was accepted by a beauti Â¬ ful partner who in the most delicate manner possible hinted to him thepro p iety of putting on a pair of gloTes never O was the elegant reply mind me maam I shall waA mvr hands when Ive done dancing It is said of the Boston girl who got lost up in the Catskills the other day that she shouted in an intellectual x require sissisiunuo tone OI voice from some honorable man of culture When the farmer and refinement was leading her back to who found her the hotel she asked him ifhewas a reg Â¬ ular subscriber to the Atlantic Montldg and if he had read Natural Laws - of And when he the Spiritual World said No she forgot to thank nim for his assistance- - V Y Mail No Claribel we can not tell you We the best way to make clam-frittersclam-fritter-- Progress swered A captain commanding one of the An Arkansas Jfegro Who Ceald Staad of American Veople Tha Abase Bat Could Not Bear to Have Ilia aiaster or the Universe Rations Stopped Napoleon III admired American An old negro who has never taken genius because it is creative genius ho but little interest in public affairs who NAPOLEON ilCm APViERlCA have never eatea a have often tried to but w are com- Â¬ pelled to confess with shame and huÂ¬ miliation that we have always failed We have eaten home made boarding house bread and we live to tell it And we have even got away with a rubber doll baby by mistake for a cruller But we have never yet succeeded in eating a clam fritter We have manÂ¬ aged the fritter part Claribel but the clam part has always remained to point the finger of scorn at us and we are willing that it should dc so till the end of time rather than that we should tackle it again Claribel Puck WOULD DROP IT Ilis Opulon IN THE WINTER How Whaling Ships Winter in the Arctic Kecions X fected IV tli Memtes A fresh spot has appeared on the face of the sun a very large one humanly SUN SPOTS Suggestion TJnt the Orh of Daj Is Af Â¬ 5 Â¬ 1 1 lxi 4- speaking It measures about twenty thousand geographical miles by seven thousand Perhaps the sun does not think it excessive having such a very broad face and being able to accommodate a great number of pimples of the amc size But tho extent sounds con- Â¬ siderable all the same Besides there are ever so manysmaller ones about the sie of the earth and takng all together we shall hardly be evagger at ug lhe situation if we ay there is qu te a rash For much Joss Ave should call the doctor in Indeed we terreslial atoms could not rise to the dignity of such au eruption not even it we put all our faces together and went shaies in the same spot We nobody talk of havmg the measles th nks of counting diem or askiig How many But they are mere pin pents dots specks It is very differ Â¬ ent however with the orb that rules Astronomers keep a agis Â¬ the day ter of its eruptions and book each new measle as it comes They diagnose the phenomenon and conjecturos to its causes and results just as he doc- Â¬ tors do over the babjs red speckled body And like doctors they can not stop the process It must run its course they say Seme day perhaps If they will prescribe for the sun they alieady know ts wei iht its tem Â¬ perature and coustiliu on tthv shonld they not find out all Vnm it digest on and habits ls it temperate and adÂ¬ dicted to a r sffuhir life There is ggbd Â¬ gether and each puts down two an- Â¬ chors one at the bow and one at the stern and these hold them from strik- Â¬ ing against the shore or one another until the ice forms aro mil them and Then the anfreezes them in solidly chors and rudders are taken up and with lumber which the have brought from home the whalers build a substantial house over the ship Then they get the Esquimaux to build a sort of snow house over the wooden house and so with all this covering to pro- Â¬ tect them they manage to keep warm and comfortable with very little tire however cold it may be out-of- they put in Sometimes doors the inside ones double windows of glass as usual and the out- Â¬ side ones being made of slabs of ice The like the windows of the igloos white men do not live in these temporary houses bult on tops of the ships but in the cabin and forecastle just as if they were cruising out to sea The house is simply put over the ship to keep the real places warm and righl This house well it does its work however is very useful as a place for taking exercise for ship carpento ing work and for any small jobs that may The Esquimaux also be necessary especially about congregate there meal time when generous whalers treat them with sea bread and weak tea sweetened with molasses Lii tenant Frederick Schwalka in Si Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In the fall just before it get so cold that the ice forms the ships huddle to Â¬ icltolas 1 5 I j 1 I say conductor remarked a passenger as he boarded a train on a narrow gauge railroad in the oil ccun- try which is the shady side of this car Thar haint no shady ide replied the conductor who was born in tha- region and knows how to speak Ng No shady side the language sir Thars so many curves and twists on this road an the train runs to last that the sun shine on bothaules al Jits same time Zero Fqs - grew indigDant over French charaoier that humiliates itself more and more in order that a man may become a State official whether a minister or a stone Turn ng breaker on the highways toward King Jerome and Prince Murat he sa d I am sure you are not come to Saint Cloud this morning solely to drink Suresness wine you must hae as usual your pockets filled with re- Â¬ quests one for a senatorship Wiiat a pity Why do not those people make a fortune that is true liberty instead of striving to enter the service of the Slate and spend their lives in slavery Americans grafted upon Englishmen they are the are real freemen masters of the universe beca ise For they are their own masters example when I was in New York I dined at a table dhote beside a poor devil who had no shirt to his back but who fascinated me by the daring of his sehemes It was extravagant but sub- Â¬ lime The high toned penniless fol Â¬ low who in France would have died a tax collector or a quill driver in an ad Â¬ ministrative department possessed one year later twelve millions in cash Andhehadnotstolen the money either One day he was an hour late at e table dhote so he said to us by way of You see I have made a apology As we looked at him rather fortune dubiously for he had not yet bougt t a shirt hespread upon the table a rolof paper upon which he had drawr the plan of a city of twenty thousand inhabitants with churches fountains squares and monuments a not being forgotten of course All th s was fairy like but reasoned out to perfection it was a real city of tho future such as we shall have soma My man had day in France not confined himself to designing the town but had pirchasel the ground upon which to build and mado his contracts with masons and garden ers They were aboit to lay the founda- Â¬ tions and make the streets And your city will rise like Thebes when Am Yes and phion played upon the lyre they will not build as in Europe one house at a time all will be commenced on the same day and completed al tho same tme And after a pause what 1 tell you now continued Na- Â¬ poleon III sounds like atale bntour fellow diner was in earnest he had se- Â¬ cured the refusal of the site aud shown the contracts to bankers who perceived that there was a lortun in the affair for themselves as well as for him all of them took the bit in their teeth and thus the country reckoned an addition Â¬ al State On that day I promised my-Â¬ self that oa my return to Pari- s- a thng I never doubted I should rebuild the capital and this I shall do with God a Houssayes Confessions help Â¬ J during the stormy days remained quiet and unobtrusive called npon a lawyer the other day In Look heah Capn said he sarchm roun Tmong yer books hah yer foun any law fer er nigger jit Oh yes plenty of it Go some WelL state it Tve been whipped sah Who whipped you My step-son- Owing to your case Got er good one fur me -- v - Well what are the points Dese is de pints sah I married de blackest nigger 7oman yer eber seed She tole me dat she wuz er mighty young pusson but it turned cut dat she wui fifty years old What for Case he could I reckon kaint no mo tell de age o one or dese Couldnt you tell her age How wuz I gwine ter tell it Yer heah right black nigger wimmin den yer ken tell de age o er black sheep WralL sah I wuz fooled till do udder day when her son come ter see us Blamed scounrel is older den 1 is- - I didnt like ter be fooled wid dat way so I thought Td chunk him round er little- - Wall sah de feller acted like er blame fooL stock-exchan- ge What did he do Whut did he do Wy sah he sot me down iu de cornder o de feace a almost mauled de life outen me dats whut he done-- I yelled fur my wife an heah she corae wider paddle what she grabbed outen er kittle o bU soap She pretended ter be hittia at her son out sne natueci on an sna er lick tween de eyes dat Iain tgwia ter furgitfore naikt Chrismus saiu WeB now what do you propose to do Â¬ it foun thority o pi inin daf son- No vou can not do that withoat inmmittinr murder -i But spoze I gits- somebody else ter nn him de plcen 0 It would be just the same boUte Spoze I puts de pizea in er whiskv an leabs it whar he kea giV o yer aaa t I jes wants ter know ef gia me ds wdl some law dat J tab ho skow den Not in that Way Why dont yoa get a good chance jump oa Jala aad whip him Oh I doaa Bke ter do dat wife WelL if you prove that a has abused vou protoblyyou ea divorce from her aUr da way Uh huh boss er vorce fnua dat eata Wouldnt git fur nothin ia de worl SJk fotteue too mHch ter eaC sah Bee oaiaa ioA wav 1 eber seedia y Bfe 04 I fee Gilbert Cloonen is living at Sin waMjf Sing with a piece of his skull as largo stan ter be baaed feat I defeeali Dk Matte viddults stopped as a half dollar removed from the top Blebe TH ra of his keeraraer 3ai of his head so that the pnbat on wMT brain can be plainly seen Whie ston Â¬ ruing rigkt waar it - Sorter it wkow ing up a well his skull was fractured ierfool roa by a piece of rock A l Times Wont make any difference I doan peer ter yc i r zJt- fc 5 - mmaammm iiiiinkiMiiinirfiiw lases aggjgasStoi3 Read This The Voltaic Belt Company of MarÂ¬ THE JOHN SHILUTO GOIIPMiY Lieut Henry shall Mich offer to send their celebrated Louisville Commercial Wholesale and Eetail Dealers in become famous Electro Voltaic Belt and other electric Allen who has suddenly his wonderful explorations in Alaska appliances on trial for thirty days to bv is a native of Owiugsville and Kentuck men young or old afflicted with nervous ians are justly proud of his wonderful debility and all kindred troubles Also achievement Lieut Allen graduated for rheumatism neuralgia paralysis and with honors at West Point and unlike many other diseases Complete restora- Â¬ many weo receive the benificence of the tion to health and vigor guaranteed No Govermcnt he chose the army as his pro risk is incurred as thirty days trial is al- Â¬ fession Gen Nelson A Miles in writ- Â¬ lowed Write then at once for illus- Â¬ ing upon the subject says that the explo trated pamphlet free rations of Lieut Allen excelled all others Race Seventh George Streets on the American continent since Lewis and Clark and the worlds record since O Livingstone Crossing the great Alaskan range of mountains on snow shoes is it-Â¬ self regarded as a marvelous accomplish-Â¬ STATE NEVS Young 3ren HA2EL sf- c- tc MtersTccr Entered at Ceeen Herald Always in Advance tie Hael Green PostoSce beosd daee sail matter as it- - read Ty TTTJTi TTT7 A T T isthousand over llJCJifcilJLjJL peo its 3ie vety wecajid issnecirculation is in crmiligwift wk it is therefore -- THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM Mart rates aro la 4r nrat JCeBtecky and the bv others hair those charred yjitafc a leeal family acwypapeEB do not Hi a with sree mi i tti JLJOLEi TiTT1 5 - UUEkJLtU -- r A TT vrM -- - SPENCER COOPER - Editoe s - HAZEL GREEN WEDNESDAY KY OCT 28 1885 The Next Legislature Courier Journal The people of Kentucky expect much good work of the next Legislature During recent years too much time and too little attention have been devoted to the consideration of local matters or of personal bills consequently the real in- Â¬ terests of the people have suffered griev-Â¬ ously Bills of the first importance have been thrust aside that some purely local measure covering some job may be con Â¬ sidered and passed The man who will persistently and consistently set his face against jobs of this kind will soon win the hearty respect of the people Public measures of the most impor BUY GOODS illlll J T HAZEL F DAY G BEEN SY- - Carry in stock the LARGEST AND BEST ASSORT3EENT OF GENERAL MERCHAN Â¬ DISE IN EASTERN KENTUCKY Having the experience of many years in our line oi business we feel justified in asserting to the trade both Wholcsaleand Eetail that we do can and will meet the wants of our patrons and make it to your interest to patronize us we have an immense stoek of everything you want or neea including Qincinnati IN DRY GOODS NOTIONS GLOTHING Boots Shoes Hats Caps Drugs Groceries Queensware Hardware Saddlery Cutlery 3Your trade l tant character may be divided into three Democratic County Ticket Election First Monday in August 1SSG classes Eirst Those looking to s more rigid enforcement of our criminal laws Those designed to improve our revenue system and to protect the Second For County Judge G B SWANGO For Comity Attorney JOSEPH C LYKTN For Coaaty Court Clerk DAYLDHOGG - J ti-r -- i - For Sheriff G T CENTER T as Bachus school system Courier Journal Mr J Soule Smith Our people insist that crime shall be Falcon of the Times and Commission- Â¬ punished that taxation shall be equal er for Kentucky to the New Orleans labors such as are here marked out may position was yesterday elected Grand well engage for the entire session our King of the Grand Chapter of Royal most careful and our most intelligent Arch Masons of the State of Kentucky Mr Smith will leave in a short time for representatives New Orleans to secure winter quarters The wretched condition of many coun- Â¬ for his list of titles ties in Eastern Kentucky the prevalence Bourbon News An old woman played of crime in that section and the impo-Â¬ a sharp trick on the Cynthiana people tence of the law call loudly for changes last week She represented that she which shall strike at the heart of the came from Oddville and in order to get money to go St Louis she would raffle evil The Governor must be allowed to off a china set of 100 pieces which was assign the Judge of one circuit to service 100 years old She collected 50 on her in an other when in his judgement the statement and skipped out on the cars interests of the Commonwealth require Friday aftcnoon as Bourbon News it and in the case of disability for any two little children of Jas Scott and John cause the Governor should appoint the Doyle aged 8 years were playing with a and Judge pro tern In addition other railroad torpedo it explodedpiece slightly of glass wounded both of them A changes relating to the jury system are cut a big gash in the boys leg They certainly required were hammering the torpedo with a rock Our system of assessment is extremely thinking it was a tin can S N Hoges a well known lawyer of faulty and extremely unsatisfactory Franklin countydied on the 20thof con- Â¬ The rate of taxation is high enough it He hed been a hard drinking is indeed too high but so much property vulsions signed a total absinence pledge man but escapes taxation and so much assessed last Thursday and it is believed by med- Â¬ unequally and unjustly that the State ical men that the sudden cessation from Treasury is always empty A change is the use of alcoholic stimulants directly needed which will impose on the coun- Â¬ brought about his death Stewart Allen eldest son of Capt C ties their own expenses substituting lo- Â¬ T Allen editor of the Princeton Banner cal taxation for many purposes the ex- Â¬ has been appointed to a cadetship at penses of which are now charged to the West Point by Congressman Stone State In this way alone is it possible to Stuart Allen is a bright and gentlemanly young man who will do credit to the limit local extravagance Our school system should be improved soldierly fame of Kentucky wherever he may be and its revenues increased The promise W Y Gordon a farmer of Franklin of Federal aid must not be allowed to was sick and sent for a lawyer to write turn the people of Kentucky aside from his will He had just heard it read over the clearly expressed purpose to educate and remarking that it was all right took dead of the pen to sign the children of the State We have heart disease it when he fell probated The will was paused long enough iu this good work the witnesses stating the facts in the The condition of education may well be case to us a source of shame and mortifica-fp-Beatt- y ville Enterprise We are pained n w Icarnof the death of H W Gardner 5i hint whioh Ffidfirpl nrt tion It is brainat Irvine last not remove it is a work which each of congestion or the was a rising young bundav nitmt He State must do for itself We must have attorn aw well known to the moun better schools in Kentucky and the peo- Â¬ tain people among whom his practice ple must not look to the Federal Gov- Â¬ was growing to be quite extensive ernment but to the next Legislature to The damage to the corn crop by recent heavy rains has been very great through- Â¬ provide these schools out Northern Georgia North Alabama and lower East Tennessee The corn Prom Missouri to Texas which was drying on the stalksis now Shek3IAt Tkxab Oct 19 thoroughly saturated and immense fields Editor of The Hazel Greex IIeeald are entirely ruined ey-at- -1 State Treasury Third Those relating to the public ment Licking Valley Scorcher The streets oi our mtie city were swarming last Sat urday with rural roosters who had im- Â¬ bibed too freely of the Native vintage and but for the presence of our efficient Deputj Sheriff John M Perry head- peelmg and eye pullmg would have been indulged in to a considerable extent It is a shame a burning shame to see mere boys reeling through the streets drunk lis LYTLE i CO -- THE DEALERS Leaf Tobacco Live Stock and all kinds Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods or in settlement of Notes and Accounts is respectfully solicited J T F DAY 96 W Pear St m mi O KITE POLLARD IN E B MAY J C SWANGO MAY SWANGO KY Dealers in General Merchandise MAYTOWN Keep constantly on hand everything kept in a first class country store We do not secure trade by misrepresention but by fair and honest dealing We carry CINCINNATI that the ignorant shall be educated and North South and Central American Ex- Â¬ ir - v f r jFor Circait Court Clerk Main Street MT STEBLINa 8 H DEAN W F ELKLNS Importers and Jobbers The Largest and Best Stock of Coods and sell for the Least Money of any House in Town TVe t T i i r For Assessor W-- G TV CRUEY -- For Jailer GEORGE W DRAKE -- KENTUCKY IRST-CLASS- W - For Surveyor IL BURNS EASH For Coroner Que ens ware Glassware N have also connected with our business A First Class Steam Flouring and Saw Respectfully SVf Mil c O and will guarantee satisfaction c AY SWANGO W cor Pear and Walnut FIELDEN COX Far County Sehool Superintendent JOHN M ROSE We are authorized to announce B 31 COMBS a candidate for the office of Survey- Â¬ CALL AND SEE CREENWADE HOUSE FRENCHBURG KY Cincinnati G E SWANGO DEALER IK J P EOOEES WITH Breathitt Announcements Dr Geo W Moore Proprietor SThe table is supplied with the best in the market and the charges are reasonable Louis Stix - Co GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY KEEPS COKSTAKTLY OK HAKD A FULL ASSOKTEEKT OF or of Breathitt county subject to the action of the Democratic party To the Democracy of the 13th Judicial IMPORTERS AXD JOBBERS OF H A WODHOEEE of the tht in this district and subject to whatever action you may take in convention in AOBnnUting a candidate for this office If I should receive the nomination and Te elected in August next I promise you that I will faithfully and honestly dis Â¬ charge to the best of my ability the trust imposed Hoping that my aspira Â¬ tions will meet a favorable response at your bands I am truly yours J M Kash A Private Citizen writing to the Mt Sterling Gazette opposes the propo sition that Montgomery county shall subscribe 300000 to the Covington and Cumberland Gap Railroad and thinks if tbe county has money to subscribe that it wold be better invested in extending the Kentucky and South Atlantic Rail way TVe agree with bim in this If Ifontgomery had 300000 of stock in thai road she could control and operate it ib her own interest The sum named would bring the road to Hazel Green wnich would be tbe best terminal point in the mountains To this point tim-Â¬ ber coal iron ore lumber and an im mense amount of agricultural products would le brought for shipment over a road ending here More than this If Montgomery would subscribe the sum stated this entire section would be one Tst vineyard in less than five years and Mi Sterling could be made the greatest wine market in the world There is abÂ¬ solutely no moonshine about this Let the people be once assured of rapid transportation and our hills would every one be converted into vineyards But read what A Private Citizen has to say and see how easy this country could be made to blossom as the rose Here it is Now the best thing for Montgom- Â¬ ery to do is to put 300000 into the Ky S A road and extend it as far as it will complete it which will tap the fine cannel coal on Red River and itstriou- tariea and there stop until the road pays for itself- which will not be long and then extend further at the discretion of the management and so on I have talked with a man well posted as to the cost of the road and he says that exclu- Â¬ sive of the tunnel at the head of Slate it will cost 6000 per mile and that the tunnel can be made for 35000 Now - Gextixes I am a candidate for Commonweal Attorney office Uistrict Veterinary Surgeon LEXINGTON KY Office at Trcacy Wilsons Stable Calls attended to throughout Central and Eastern Kentuckv Dry Coods and Notions Staple and Fancy Dry Coods Ready made Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Third Eace and Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ Union- Streets ies Stoves and Farming Implements - -- - 3 CINCINNATI O N E Corner uth and Jefferson LOUISVILLE Entrance on 5th up stairs M E EEITZ LOD Cm Q HOUSE G KY HATS CAPS GLOVES Co In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BQTTOM PRICES Also will take in exchange for Goods or in-- payment of any deht daa me all kinds of Country Produce and Live Stock of every description PA W S Dickinson The Old Reliable Whiteman Night Clerk HAT HOUSE Corner Pearl and Vine Cincinnati would 4ere express their thanks for past favors to all their old customers and still ask a con- Â¬ tinuance of their trade We always keep a good stock and Uncle Jim Fant with his good looks will at all times be ready to wait upon you W N HALDEMAN President of the Great LOUISVILLE C0URIER J0URKAL CO Telia What Ho Keowx of JOHN W JONES ipwpinr McifiS uu Ull uiii DEALER IN 1 Xi M NO 10 MAIN STREET - - - MT STERLING KY mm 2 00 - Largest Stock of Clocks in Eastern KentuckyI CLOCKS FROM ONE One Day Clock strike Eight Day Clock and Album Eight Day Clock SOLID SILVER WATCHES Silver Plated Spoons WINTEBSMITHS CHILL CURE Office cr thb Cousisa Dr Winttrsmith JouascAL Louis vou TYP IC 168 Tine Street Cincinnati jeun hltlttx 100 DOLLAR UP 1 75 3 75 9 1 3POXJN Xr3T 00 GO Ohio 1 c - Wilder of Walkers creek has a cow with the very house iu which the famous out two tails Without intending to stir u law met his fate Inquiry found it on any of our real big liars we desire to as a high hill overlooking the city in the hows this for a tale southwest part of the town If one did Advertising Iegal Sales not know the little brown house was Hartford Herald where the man who continually mingled Every few years a bill is presented to and associated with detectives and offi the General Assembly of Kentucky ask- Â¬ cers of the law while thousands of dol- Â¬ ing that a law be enacted to have all ju-Â¬ lars were being offered for his arrest it dicial sales advertised in the county would certainlyattract no attention As newspapere Nearly every State in the it is the spot is more looked for by trav-Â¬ Union has a law of this nature but the elers and visitors to St Joseph than any Solons of our Commonwealth in this as other one place in the city I asked an in many other ideas of business are at old gentleman living immediately by this least 50 years behind the times Mil- Â¬ famous house where it was He said lions of dollars worth of property is anv little boy in St Joseph could tell sacrificed yearly for lack of intelligent me where it was and said Jesse had advertising The Covington Commonlived there quite awhile under the name wealth cites a case as follows At Lex35000 from 200000 leaves 165000 of Howard and until Ford fired the fatal ington the valuable distilling property which divided bj 6000 represents 27J shot the public was not aware that the of Stoll Clay Co which not a great miles exclusive of the length of the tun- Â¬ man Howard was the famous Jesse James while since cost 50000 was sold at ju- Â¬ nel which with its approaches probably the most successful bank and dicial Eale for 10000 Mr Clay a party would make quite 28 miles which add- Â¬ train robber of any age in interest will contest the sale partly ed to the 20 miles already made would But I must travel on We crossed the on the ground that the sale was not make 47 or 48 miles and Montgomery Missouri River at Leavenworth Kansas properly advertised How it was adver- Â¬ would own half or thereabout and her another splendid town The only thing tised is not stated but it may be sup- Â¬ stock would be enhanced to 200 per cent in one year after the road was completed unexpectedly noticed by me in Leaven- Â¬ posed it was advertised as judicial sales worth was a saloon in every block and in Kentucky usually are by sticking up This is the plan that Georgia acts upon on inquiry I learned that Leavenworth a half dozen obscure written notices a and she owns most of her roilroads and they are paying and the State is out of had 250 saloons We thought that well plan which with whatever purpose de-Â¬ signed affords an opportunity for specu- Â¬ debt and outstripping all the Southeru enough for Prohibition Kansas Forty five miles southwest we arrived lators or creditors to get possession of Etates if not all the other States in at the town of Lawrence where Quan valuable property for a mere song The progress trell In a word why not let Montgomery zens did the great butchery of the citi- Â¬ first sale was set aside and the property But it has outlived the hot war was advertised in the county newspapers put ier means in a railroad that will pay times of 61 65 and is now a good town for 10 days and then sold bringing over lier well instead of frittering away 300 surrounded by a splendid country more 5000 000 in a grand trunk line which when Traveling on nearly due south we en- Â¬ done though it will be a good thing will not pay the county one cent in dividends tered the famous Indian territory at or KENDALL HOUSE about 1 miles south of Baxter Springs while she will have an equal share or j and after traveling 270 miles through the Corner Main and Prestonsburg Sts thereabout with the present Ky S A WEST LIBERTY KY company which will pay a large divi Â¬ Red Mans country I am now prepared Mrs E C Kendall - Proprietress dend to the county and go to lessen he to give it as my opinion that the Indian Territory is a pretty country some of it The table is supplied with the best the taxes of our people market affords Experienced hand in charge These crude remarks are dropped tor a good country and part of it a verv of stable Charges reasonable poor countay After traveling 273 miles the consideration of our countv-mpHARRIS and I will say I am not of the KV and from Baxter Springs through the nation JACOB WITH we arrived at Dennison Texas from here A road V Â¬ Â¬ n- I have observed for Sir many year tbe value of your remedy prompt Â¬ ing me to say in reply to your request what I know sfyour Chiil Cure The private assurances of its efficacy 1 had and the Rood results of its effects J aad observed on Mr R W Meredith who for more office been Deas Sib Having arrived at Sher-Â¬ Miss Mary Anderson brought back from than fifteen years has in my foreman of myresults family The induced me to test it man after 40 days travel by wagon first case was Europe more money than Bernhardt cave been entirely satisfactory Thebelieve every which I will write you only a line took from America of two years standtne in tried with temporary reÂ¬ Langtry and Irving known remedy had been and seemingly We left Hopkins Northwest Missouri She announces that she will at the liefthe chills returning periodically broke them at Your cure with close of the present season retire from once increased severity no recurrence of them for and traveled 55 miles to St Joseph Mo and there has ben the stage for two years more than six months The other case was of a a good town on the Missouri River Bernard G Witt of Henderson was milder form and yielded more readily to other which your readers will remember as the elected Grand Master of the Masonic remedies but the chills would return at intervals uvtil your medicine was used since which time scene of the murder of Jesse James the Order for Kentucky on the 20th and now several months they have entirely disappeared From the opportunity I have had to judge f do not outlaw bv Bob Ford fnr the rpwnrd Mr Jame3 W Hopper editor of the Leb- - hesitate to express my belief that your Chill Cure is valuable specific and performs all you promise When we arrived there like thousands f11011 Standard DePutv Grand MasterVery respectfully for it Beatty ville Enterprise The widow W N HALDEMAN of others we were very anxious to see I waive x rule The type on which this paper U printed is from the above foundry Kditob IIkkald ALLISON SMITH SParticular attention paid to Repairing Call and see my goods JOHN W JONES Hazel Green Academy The Trustees of this institution have ESTABLISHED IN S845c I - Si jA fsjS FtT VtT WjQ -- j B 3 again secured the services of Prof N B HAYS and the third term will commence AUGUST 31ST 1885 and continue ten 10 months Hazel Green is the most desirable loca- Â¬ tion in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky 31000000 00 and noted for the advantages it has in 1885 Royal of Liverpool schools churches temperance societv 1836 Liverpool and London and health and Globe of England 36875000 00 Mercan- Â¬ This school presents advantages which 1809 North British 33301000 00 are not equalled in the State in many par-Â¬ tile of England ticulars and its future is destined to work a 1794 Ins Co of North America good to our country which will be felt 971696 33 of Philadelphia Terms reasonable for both tuition and 1710 Sun Fire Officeof London 5863000 00 board For terms c apply to 5383916 46 1782 Phenixof London Prof N B HAYS Principal Insurance in order to be reliable must Sunday-- The Leading Insurance Agency OE MT STEELING E Total Assets of Agency - SI43S4S780 SO 1S61 Li In Sheep m JlE2 M3J3 ETTr Russia and TurKey Bindings TiTSTraTrTf- - B E xtOEEIvTS With London and Lancashire of Liverpool 9260000 0O 1810 Hartford of Hartford 4541210 00 S49 Springfield or Springfield 2535633 CO 1863 Firemens Fund of Cali Â¬ fornia 1473026 00 1S63 Northwestern National 11548S9 00 1750 Niagara of New York 1874035 00 1865 Boatmans Pittshurg 411499 00 he guaranteed by successful and well known corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental cempanies being dear at anyprice The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies a3 tkey 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 t Carter Bros WHOLESALE Carter G Carter DA Forlinc Jo C Bethel J G Carter Jr John James A 729 731 Office At Traders and Deposit Rank 1 Co FROZEN CREEK Breathitt County - B F McCormick MODEL PLANiNG J M Cor MILL Dry Coods and Notions and 733 Kentucky HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED the finest line in both quality and varietv of Mccormick Rough and Dressed Lumber SASH BLINDS cox tors Material MAIN STREET SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS ever brought to the mountains and will sell them eheaper than the same class of goods can be had elsewhere in Eastern Kentucky Manufacturers of and Dealers in HLBSSSSSSBBSBBSBSSxBB9VStsSSSit The Unabridged Is now supplied at a small ditional cost with BENISONS ad- Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY SVITH The greatest improvement In book maiing that has boan made in a hundred year The Cut givej but an incomplete idea of ita utility PATENT REFERENCE INDEX THE STANDARD Davis Mallory Wholesale Dealers in J H SMOCK Money Saved is MoneylMade Akd ali ktkds of BurLDiKG Co BEST- Webster is Standard Authority with tho V c Supreme Court Recommended 1 y tho 3lt Supt of Schools in 30 States and by OTcr CO College Presidents The latest edition in the quantity of matter it contains is believed to be the largoRt vlum published It has 3000 moro Words ii iti rabulary than are found in any other Am lui ty and nearly 3 times the number of Engrarinrjs Webster It has 118000T7orI 3000 Engravings and a New Biographical JUlcuonary nmETK Standard in Govt Printing OSTir JL jOLJLA 32000 copies in Public School Bale xu to l oi anv otnor sKsnp laid tomake a Family inieliipnt belp lor KCHtJiAit TEACnEKS and SCHOOLS - driy goobs notions AndEancy Goods Between 7th and 8th 715 and 717 West Main Street Therefore be wise and place your money tvhere it will do you the most good WE WILL SELL YOU MORE GOODS FOR OND DOLLAR than anybody We mean all we tay and if you are at all doubtful call at our new store and satisfy yourself that we have what you want all you need and will not ask the earth moon and stars for it Our store is a bran new one located at the mouth of Frozen creek immediately on the banks of the Kentucky river and the stock in it is bran spankin new also con Â¬ sisting in part of Dry Goods MT STERLING KY A LIBRARY IN ITSELF Notions Shoes Clothing Hats v LOUISVILLE KY Boots Hardware practical English Dictionary It is tho bestLondon Quarterly Jienrtr extant It is an ever present and reliable scV vholo family S mnotvr to tho G Sc C MERRIAM ED JB B GREEN WITH Wholesale Dealers in 615 WHITE GREEN HTJFFAKER 7 No store in thi3 section would be complete without having everything for the accom- Â¬ modation of the people hence we carry C0 Pubrs Springfield Ma ierou R L White Boots and Shoes West ilain Street Green A HufFaker LOUISVILLE KY Principal begins J EO E TUCK its sixth term August 4th 1885 Students WTTH can enter at any time Instrumental music is taught Board at very reasonable rates CO GOLDSMITH TACHAU BLOOM A Library of 500 volumes recently donated by friends and the principals private libra- Â¬ Manufacturers Jobbers of Clothing ry free to students The schools past re- Â¬ cord is its best assurance for the future 642 and 644 Main St LOUISVILLE KY 73 and 75 Wboster St NEW YORK High Jackson Dickey School Eev John J satchels 1 up All kinds of hair work done to order Braids made from combings at 50 cts per ounce We sell braids made from long even hair at 3 to 10 gray 5 t 10 Orders mail te Staple and Fancy Groceries Cor Churcli byUpperpromptly attendedSY EEXfN GX03f in such abundance and variety including flour meal bacon salt coffee sugar c that we can sell them very cheap or will ex- Â¬ Valuable Farm far Sale change with you for country produce gloves in black and colors Reiuegg ja crepe leiss and muslin muslin at f easts a box Infant3 muslin bonnets 50 up Corsets in great variety Plated Jewelry ia pins and eardrops in sets from 1 ap Laee pins Mourning Jewelry m set3 from 5 eta up Collar buttons 30 to 50 eta i gold aad silver Silver Rhine stone combs 375 te 300 Hair ornaments m gold silver skell and Jet Gold necklaces 3 to 5 each Coral bracelets 25 ots per pr Ladies haiid Ladies Will find at Miss M S Hiyfs A fine black kid glove at LS5 Lwfetea kids 125 4 button Silk aad Lisle thread JT St eta G Those OwingUs Must Pay Us and well have no monkeying matter Respectfullv c I offer for sale the fane known as tke about the Holderby place lying June 1 1885 DAY BROS IT Containing 423 Acres icr W T CASKET F PIEKATT it Green on the state road A miles below HaaeX Tkis farm kaa c Highest Honor TOOK TBS r Mii vry Worlds Exposition iok Ew-w- - S 8 COMES J DEALERS IK K VAUGHN OOMBS VAUGHN a Craig Toliver notorious for his connec- Â¬ Go tion with the Rowan county trouble and Wishing The Herald success I am who was taken to Cincinnati on a charge WHOLESALE Yours truly f robbery was tried and acquitted last James Gillmore weak He is at bis heme now in MorÂ¬ CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS gan county for the first time in many We have Attention Mux Men aoatfis From a reliable source we learn two sets of extra heavy grate bars that 724 and 726 Main Street there were several indictments we will sell cheap or exchange for lum Â¬ Between 7th and 8th agaiflgt him at tbe recent term of ber or shingles Uhilis Thompson Co tfee Rowan circuit court 2tLi Sterling Ky LOUISVILLE KY I go 250 miles west in Texas when I will tell The Hfrald where to find us Levi Newburger liUUaallUll i Rlmf A TlflM R SMITH of the iht io4 Iterary PHonoerapny aaa ype wnuni pecuut Over 6000 8ucce Ccrirsa free Ladloo rtstired 500 peptu lut year ton 15 to i jwt of Graduates Otc j from 72 tttet Ioiirastica U practiciHj sad ladlridonllr HAZEL GREEN KY tapartetl bj 13 tetehn fip ci oosrw for Teachers aad Bui Wee University Diploma preMsted to4u gradatei e Tfc bealifd city I coted for IU teelfulacJi aadsocictj aad lion ltoisg niijvii Tbe Tort Book wUei rsesired ti Mgtett award at ths Worlds Hzpotiltics for IU Kxtecdre Is Practical anl Coin and repairs all kinds of nrabenxiTe mum f Baiineu Education used oalv at this CclleffS It la the ebeapent Colle with the higluat eadcrw- - Tools BuggieB and Wagons OF ALL KLNDS AND LIVE Bradonts con begin any darinc tbe year Cor Main and Maridn Streets Time it oost lnolulicr Tslxo vooatlan10 veck to compete totalFull Diploma EuuceuCAMPTON KY Averass Coarx abont tiJ Set of Book zni Board in lally 0O Telegraph COMMERCIAL COLLEGE Kentucky University Lexington Merchandise General STOjK Ky J T PIEEATT containing 5 rooms besides kitchen a 3is- ing room There is a good well of aae wa Â¬ ter and fine springs which yield aa absa HAZEL GREEN KY dance of pure stock water aa orchard ef 65 bearing apple trees of assorted wiater DEALERS IK and summer fruit young aad thrifty barn and out Stapie and Fancy Groceries bottom land in buildings aboist 100 acre 99f 500a state of caltivatio acres of which 13 now ia ccra 60 acreff improved table land and tke rasaiBiag 3 of every kind and description also acres timbered of irkkk 163 area ie conir FULL LINE OF SADDLERY HAR Â¬ ed with very finest ok and poplar Mil A rich and prodnctiTefaaiaaderlaid with NESS etc Era -- Caskey Pieratt Cood 2 Story Frame Dwelling - m graaa ent X7 aci Jwuwtar i 50Q 3 Price CASK we will sell GOODS one and two yMU reses6e gxvea a JlSr CPEAPER THAN ANY MAN once on Peraaaa desiriag jt reasoW to purchase m aJS G Herdo K er T Thanking our many customers for past Farming 5Makea tire favors we hope to merit a continuance of W O Mize aJBmtH Gch r Xy a4r sicued at Stai atten- the same Respectfullv Horse Shoeing will receive especial I- Slay 27 llKT it aPEL CASKEY PIERATT tion BLACKSMiTH TOR Fine Bitumiwetts Coal Â¬ ey CagliiiimimjUMi wVAMm -- 1 -- t 5 - SHTV vtvje- - IIazel Gheen Herald Atesys la Adrance a Yr -- J tsj i yvarsft v sy j mg -- VeTPjait a correspondent in everv iiie counties of Wolfe Mor- T r r yii ijotBuaii aaenuee laaffomn irow JLjEmottEerill Perry and Floyd In fact at CTy point in the mountains Tffrite for terais to agents c 4 Hon D S Godsey passed through town this morning en route home from Sterling whither he had been attend-Â¬ of Life Reported by Special Correspondents from Mt court ing Afflicted All Points in the Mountains AND 4jMrs W P Horton of Camargo has KTET Fbeen on a visit the past week to her fa MORGAN COUNTY These springs are located three quarters ther Jordan Wills of this place of a mile from the beantiful to sne of Hazel Jordan Wills the indefatigable has Green Tho water contains a larger per West Libeety Oct 27 Meeting just returned from Montgomery where TIME TABLE centage of iron thaaanvotherwatr kegvto coun- Â¬ with au acquaintance from Letcher he has been on busiuess totocky Stuth Atlantic Railway hence it is the mrt valuable in tke cre of ty last week we interviewed him con- Â¬ D D Landsaw a merchant of Stilldisease used internally or externally- tme 22 minutes slower than Mt cerning the situation of affairs in that water was the guest of E A Childers Anion the many diseases wkiek Seek ia Stcrliac time About three weeks ago The section heir to and for which thia woaderfal wa4er 3fe 1 leYCB Mt Sterling at 7 a m arriving night is known to he a positive aad peraaaeHt Hebald copied a dispatch from London last Wednesdayagain away at Louisville at EotJrsecll at 840 a nu W T Davis care are the following Laurel county to the Courier Journal X 2 leaves ILoifewell at 9 am arrives at CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SKEfc ctntincr that in the last nclit fcept lu in the Al Little trial Mt Sterling at 1050 a m DISEASES SCEOFTJLA-CAbetween the warring factions in LetcherhMrs E B May is convalescing after Jf 3 leaves Mt Sterling at 140 p ro ar-lv TAEEH BHETMATISM riree atHothwell at 320 p m Lick Skillet tlie J ones ana wngm motions me ra severe illness viz Xe 4 leaves Bothwell at 345 p mj arrives ircrKALGLi KEE leader of the Jones bandDolph Draughn at Mi Sterling at 530 p m BREATHITT COUNTY YOUSivESS was killed also that two or three of his - MT Sa 2 coaaecis atMt Sterling with 1105 a YVe append a few of the hundreds of tea-men received mortal wounds Our in- Â¬ trains on C O railway iimoniais which have been tendered as t k and 157 p mCincinnati and Louisville Jackson Oct 23 The following at- Â¬ formant says he was in the immediate for Lexigta the efficacy of this crater in disease neighborhood on the day of the battle torneys are attending court Messrs Xo 3 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 a One lady writes I am sa thanful to the and that none of the Jones faction were Kiddell the Lillys and Banford White train oh C O from the East and 136 Great Giver of all Blessines that I trieS k aa train from Louisville and Cincinnati killed and only one Wilson Short was of Irvine Judge Mahan of Beatty ville p Swango Springs Freely do I give all the Meatgomery county court day special wounded although two or three of their Taylor and Wm Hurst of Campton time and money spent there for ihe health Democratic County Sleeting leaves Hoti well on the 3rd Monday in each fac- Â¬ M Day of Hazel and strength 1 iiow enjoyv were killed There In pursuance to a call of the Chair- Â¬ horses in Letcher county are three the J M Kash and L aaoath at 720 a ia arriving at Mt Sterling A gentleman of TUinois says I think the to wit Green Wallace McGuire and Wick tions at 9 a aa EetarniBg leaves ML bterling at man of the Democratic Committee of Joneses of which Deputy Sheriff Dolph Kendall of West Liberty Joe and Alf water of Strango Sprinss did me more good S p sa arriving at Bothwell at 430 p m than all the nostrums 1 have ever tried- - I Leaves Hothwell for Mt Sterling at 5 p m the 13th Judicial District of Kentucky Draughn is captain the Wrights with Howard of Salyersville Judge B F vv Ol certainly be with you again next sprine GEO Tt TTARPTCR WMu the Democrats of Wolfe county will meet John Wricht as leader and the Halls Day and J B Marcum of Mt Sterling References R T Smith J G Trimble aaj 5nrt a man of considerabl ehL P L Reese Alt Sterling Kv F M Hinkle1 in mass convention in the court house in John Wright is of the most influential Book agents are not scarce in this part llrs- - F M Hinkle Wm- - Clarke Plom lick wealth and one country Blount of Beatty-the town of Campton on Thursday NoÂ¬ men m tue county ne is a man wuo m thehas been in J Ftown the past week HAZEL GREEN KY Hi Ky our ville A large hotel is now being built wMck WEDNESDAY OCT 28 1885 vember 21st 18S5 at 12 oclock M for loves his friends and hates his enemies selling the Life of Grant Blaines will afford ample accommodation to visitors dangerous foe He is a little Twenty Years in Congress and The the purpose of selecting delegates to repÂ¬ and is a For further information in regard to board HARRISON SWAMGO advertisements inserted resent Wolfe county in the District above the average size has an open pleas- Â¬ Home Physician C address lTransientinch first insertion and 25 ant countenance is a crack shot and isa llazel Green Ky-at 75 coats per Or tbis sffiee E J Boark brought us a fine supply Convention to be held at Hazel Green man to be dreaded by all who incui his ceats as inch each subsequent insertion Monday watermelons and cider on on the 27th day of November 1885 to wrath Mr Wright has expressed his Ve would be glad to have Elihu come BOB nominate a candidate for Circuit Judge willingness to surrender to anyone who every day as long as melons and cider WITH is a law abiding man but will never sur- Â¬ last LOCAL HEWS and Commonwealths Attorney of the to Dolph Draughn ar any of his -- o 13th Judicial District to be voted for at render horde and mildly suggests that Several persons have been convicted GO DUWLAP d d T of pistol carrying at this term of the for the finest the August election 1886 Caekey Pieratt Go to the Governor send a company of State Deputy Sheriff court and are now in jail paying the troons to caee him Joseph C Lykins snd best fiour in town WHOLESALE SADDLERY Draughn is also a moneyed man with no penalty I think there are nine of them Chairman County Committee small influence and is as brave a man as NCJDircuit Court is in session this week Buy your saddlery paints oil window Manufacturers of Isaac Eleens Secy J L Dunlap ever pulled a trigger His is the counte with Daniel Little on trial for the mur gb88 nails C of Caskey Pieratt J B Dunlap Bev Gabbard nance of a man who does not know fear der of his brother-in-laW G Barrett Saddles Harness c and as he has the authority he will like- Â¬ in 1881 The democrats of Wolfe county will Died On Wednesday Oct 22 Ida Wrights or lose his life in ly arrest 72Sand730 Several persons of Perry county are and dealers in snail daughter of Holly Wilson of meet in mass meeting at the voting places the effort the W Main St Another noted character of attending court this place many of in the various voting precincts in Wolfe the Wright faction is Talt Hall This Saddlery Hardware Graeey creek age 16 months Common- Â¬ county on Saturday Oct 31 1885 at 12 man is a regular dare devil and it is said whom are witnesses for the wealth XOTJISVILLE KY Bora On Sunday the 18th inBt to oclock il for the purpose of ascertain- Â¬ will kill a man just to see him kick or a M Judge Mahan is acting as Commou-Pw-pnlta tie wife of Killis K Puckett a girl a ing the choice of the democrats in Wolfe still greater inducement is of well filled Attorncv in the nlace of Cabe He is a man pocketbook again GEOEGE DOLL tea pounder JUllis is smiling county between Jos M Kash and L M and will sink his last dollar anaproperty Brooks absent without leave WITH lose his Daycandidates from this county for Com life too for that matter rather than see IdL Our town is well supplied with chest Breens Liniment removes knots and Go monwealths Attorney of the loth Judi j his party overcome lie is said to have muts and as they are plentiful they are Rosenberg Flexner all enlargements on horses or other stock cial District of fled the country but our informant ex- Â¬ of course cheap Ey is presiding in the trial Ho cure no pay Sold by J T F Day Successors to Bosenberg Nathan Plexner The vote to be taken by a standing presses the opinion that he isastill in the of Judge Biddell as Judge Cooper is one Daniel Little large per vicinity and is furnishing WHOLESALE A gentleman by the name of Holland vote in line and each district will send cent of the tinder that keeps the feudal of his attorneys Judge Abbott of Winchester wa3 in passed through here to day with a bunch one Delegate to represent each mans fire burning The Halls are not so strong county to go on strength from each district to a county a faction as the Wrights and while not town this week accompanied by his AND of shoatsfor Magoffin 3 convention to be held at Campton on acting in unison with the latter party wife Biast they are resisting arrest by CaptDraughn B B Smith is salesman for Snowden Monday Nov 2nd 18S5 at 12 oclock ir and his command All the men engaged 712 AXB714 South SideMadt Hogg while they are absent at LouisBreens Liniment is pronounced by all to count the vote and the man receiving in this trouble are related to each other ville J I n Bet 7ti8th r ri n akia t who have used it to be the greatest rem Â¬ a majority of all the votes cast will be toward another There is a fixed deter- - heorge E Woody of Beatty ville has edy for rheumatism sprains cuts bruises declared the choice of the democrats of E jfcfflE LOUISVILLE KX mination on the part of the AVritrhts and fopeneu a oaruer auop m T FDay etc Sold by v Wolfe county to go before the district Halls to resist law ana oraer ana an The grand jury is not making many rOBTH S S GRAU31AN JAS A convention of the 13th district of Ky equally steadfast resolution on the part indictments at this term Jimmie Brown the general utility man Â¬ seof the Joneses cammanded by Olticer SHUTTLEWORTH GRAUMAN Thos H Patton of Whittakerville of the Day House brought a twig con- Â¬ for the nomination for Attorney for said Draughn to bring them to justice gave us a visit Monday district taining seven handsome apples in a clus- Â¬ Nearly all the men who are in action have Manufacturers and Jobbers of Augustus Arnett of Salyersville was Done by order of the county commit- Â¬ at some previous time killed their man ter for which he has our thanks town yesterday Bret tee JOSt C LYKLNS Especially are the leaders on all sides in 1 fTTM desperate men and like a forest firewhen fts Frozen Creek Oct 25 Stephen M Beens Linimennt is certainly the Test Chm Co Com once started it is almost impossible to Tutt of Campton has bought all the coabination of remedies for cornsneural Isaac Elkess Secy D check them To give the original cause walnut on Wm Hursts land on Frozen frpains in the back and side etcever of this trouble in detail is beyond our Mr Tutt is now hauling the logs and A Fortune in Seventeen YearB produced J T E Day power but as many of our readers are will have the best lot of logs in this coun- Â¬ Clark County Democrat already aware the murder of Frank Sal- Â¬ ty when he gets them hauled LiGHT2rhG Bods Eive hundred dol- Â¬ Jerry V Rohinson of Belton Mo ver was the beginning of the active out- Â¬ Judge Wm Lusk of llazel Green paid 60o W Main Steeet lars reward will be paid for any building who in companv with his family are break But to sum up the whole matter us a visit this week The Judge is a and inebriety is rodded in a visiting relatives in the county left Clark illiteracy lasciviousness the present state jolly good fellow and is very fond of struck by lightning that LOUISVILLE KY are the prime causes of jokes and chesnuts scientific manner with our rods county seventeen years ago He and of afiairs To suggest a remedy for this fVCHenry A Bayless of Pose Hill Va Co Wr P Staggs his son Frank moved to western Missou- Â¬ is a tedious task First must the strongÂ¬ IO Virt BTJGaY r fi TJo1as3 Kia luvij nTrt nirTTorl outlawJJiij ivco iiuj rtrtn wuuj vu xicic of State intervene and quell ri when that country was being settled arm despotism We would recommend in Day Brothers store as salesman Elijah Williamson the young thief ry and MT STERLING KY embarked in the mercantile an influx of teachers and ministers as a Bart Tyler better known as Bertuber who stole a horse from P L Beese of and both C W ADAMS B ADAMS J W ADAMS Blue and means of revolutionizing the community ance caught a fine lot of fish a day or J ML Sterling was captured on Saturday business the former at High for the fact that GoD fearing law two since city Fortune but last at Giadesvillc Va hy Marshal Pat the latter at Kansas be Jackfrost is bringing the brown leaves went into loving men wouldgoingputting their lives among a people flitting to the earth in jeopardy by Punch and Geo A Tedrow of Mt Sterl Â¬ smiled on them and they soon partnership at Belton then a small vil- Â¬ wheresemi barbaroushends predominate Keep on hand BITCKBOARDS and ing Corn is not as good in thi3 section as Successors to JOHN G BAXTER BUGGIES and Repair asd lage near the Kansas line where they Another aid to this movement would be we thought Stump Faint all kinds of work We call attention to the advetisement kept a general store and the village post-- for the State to adopt The Heralds WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURERS OF of improving the public Texas Tulk of tlie Kendall House of West Liberty office Two years ago owing to the poor method work them with convict roads viz to labor Rockwall Texas Oct 18 which appears in this issue of our paper health of Franktbey sold out their store throwing them up making easier grades of The Hazel Greek Herald Editor This is aa old and well known house and and went into the stock business since over the mountains and even macadam- Â¬ Will receive ilr Shores special attention Dear Sir Although unknown to COXROY SHORE Give us a call where strictly necessary thereby Â¬ izing one we can recommend to the traveling which time they have been more successmaking ingress easy to those who would you I am not to most of the people of pablic ful than ever They now own a farm of lend a helping hand to those people We Hazel Green Hazel Green is the home over 400 acres which almost surrounds that the good people of Hollow war and Tinners Stock C H Perry the boss photographer the town of Belton now a thrifty city would suggest an interest this matter of my childhood days I left there two HAZEL GREES KY the State take lias been here two weeks taking pictures with two railroads They are largely in- Â¬ and devote both time and money to edu- Â¬ years ago this winter I went to Illinois Offloo and Salesroom 736 W Main Street Stands at the head of Low Prices with cv Â¬ Since that time I have traveled consider and bas done some first class work-- He erythuijr you want in Christianizing LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY terested in fine cattle breeding Their cating and who are now these benight- able in the north and south 1 hope a ed mortals in a state of al goes from bere to Campton where be will success has been far in excess of their most absolute anarchy DRY GOODS few lines from me may not find their remain for a week or 10 days and we ad Â¬ J5we handle nothing but Charcoal Tin and guarantee everything not to leak sanguine expectations This good most Soots Shoes Hats Clothing Yesterday was county court day with way to the waste basket If it does not vise our friends there to give him a trial luck could not have been bestowed upon a larger crowd in town man nas Deen prove of any interest to you it may ben- Â¬ GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGS if they wish a good picture ROBT M TRIMBLE N n TRIMBLE seen here for a number of years At one two more worthy gentlemen than they FLOUR BACON c oclock the people as many of them as efit those wishing to come west or any PERSONAL Texas The money is what I want and I will gi pe could find standing room were crowded place in Court Day at Mt Sterling MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN GASH in the court house to hear Sam J Salver This part of Texas is a fine prairie ML Sterling Gazette The genial representative of JTBreen than any other house in town speak Mr Salyer in a very graceful and country The soil is of a rich black Country produce taken in exchange fox Son druggists of ML Sterling Claude large crowd iu town but patriotic address withdrew from the race There was a -- cods F McGUIRE nature It produces large quan- Â¬ waxy T Breen will be at the Pieratt House the general report is that it was a dull XUX WiUlU WU1UWW AND DEALERS IN one week and will pay all traveling ex day in every particular J W Wilson jfcied On Sunday night Oct 25 at his tities of cotton- and all kinds of grain Corn is all in the crib long ago It residence near this place Esqr James B penses of merchants is this and adjoining auctioneer reports about 500 BOfin MAYTOWN KY ugett in tne ua year counties who come to see his line of sam- Â¬ on the market The best quality of was an honorable member ot nis age ne made from 50 to 75 bushel per acre of the Masonic Wheat makes from 12 to 25 oushel per Takes the lead in Loir Prices with every ples Hemember and come before next steers sold at 30 per head 3 year old Fraternity and for a number of years has thing vou need in the way of notatnps 250 to 300 ww nnta 50 tn 75 j r --- w Wedaeeday mountain steers brought from 20 to 25 been a Justice of the Peace Hi3 remains Cotton in the principal crop jielding DRY GOODS KOTIQHS GROCERIES will be interred at We are under obligations to F S Hor from 10 to 15 calves from ground this evening the family hurrying from one half bale to one bale per acre ton the gentlemanly agent of the White 5 to S bestmilch cows were selling for Last week the Kendall House was Anyone wishing to move West should BOOTS SHOES HATS CLOTHING sewing machine company for the report 5 to 15 No mules sold crowded almost to its utmost capacity by 30 common Hardtvarc Dtnp Flour Bacon Jfce c come and look at the fine crops and fine of the murder in ilenifee county-commercial drummers Mrs Kendall herds of cattle in Texas Fruit does not Plug horses selling at 40 to S0 5QMoney is what I want and I will give D D Lansaw of Wolfe county sold the accommodating proprietress is meet- Â¬ do as well here as it does in Tennessee Gov Granville Evans of Campton MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH ing with that success which her energy was in town last Saturday visiting rela Â¬ onevokeof cattle for 60 one yoke for and ability as bostess deserves These Mississippi Kansas or Arkansas than any house in Maytown heifers at S each tives and friends and returned home Sun Â¬ 3010 4 Country produce taken in exchaafce for Monday Oct 19 at the res States are the best fruit countries I was DDied On rjoods heifers at 875 and one idence ot ncr laiuer uauius juuuu ui ever in R A- - CHILDERS 3 day Strait Creek Miss Mordecia Elam in the Rockwall county is bounded on the Hilford Berry and wife of Nicholas cow for 15 Head Montgomery of Brownsville 27th year of her age She was a devout north by Collin county on the west by county are registered at the Day House Christian and we doubt not is at rest and are sing the famous Swango water Tenn bought 21 head of mares at Zeef s busi-Â¬ wife of Salyersville Dallas county on the south by Caufman Mr Wireman sable Monday Thirty five head of were registered and the Kendall House and on the east by Hint county Rock at JL The Ecsrs has jmi reached us that Miss HAZEL GREEN KY horses also changed hande at this stable Saturday night They were en route wall is the county seat The population Eitey daughter of Hev-- Isaac Murphy bought 17 head of home from I1 rankf ort Col Thos Johnson j22fHorse Shoeing a Specialty Baggies of Rockwall is about 500 and of the of Grassy is very low of fever vvajrons and all kinds of iara Tools sad Son of Morganat mules from Lacy Joshua Tackett passed through here county about 3000 and repaired in the beat manner Mrs J G Thomas of Lee county is Eeefs sable About 15 head of mules last week with a drove of cattle for the The people of this neighborhood have visiting in town the guest of her father were sold at Kobinson Jones stable lower market ISTo 1 c Bev T Pieratt H C Turner and wife and Mrs WH to haul their wood about eight or 10 Monday at prices ranging from 70 to and miles There is no sand in this county Manker are visiting in Cincinnati John James aad family of Sideview 165 Mt Sterling We wanted some sand for some puspose Montgomery county are visiting rela Â¬ MAYTOWN KY Wm H Cartmill of Mt Sterling is and I had to go about eight miles after 5 Bewahd tives here I have 9 hogs estray in town on a business trip HOESE SHOEING A SPECIALTY it Charlie Howe of ML Sterlitg is in 5 sows and 3 shoats which will weigh 50 Will repair Fanning Tools Baggies Wa Henry C Lewis made a business trip Corn is worth 25 cont3 per bushel oats gons c Makes plows hoes Ac- - Satisfac to 75 pounds each 1 barrow that will to Morehead last week Xenophon town in the interest of Trimble Bros 15 to 20 cents wheat 50 to 75 cents and tion guaranteed in all cases weigh 200 pounds or more They are o grocers and black spotted with crop off of fvMAYTOWN Oct 23 James C Swan cotton S50 to 950 per cwt TDAY G-- Thomas of Lee county was in white We have as good society here as any right ear and swallow fork in left I go has just completed a large ana roomy town- Saturday nd returned home Sun -appear- Â¬ Marsha and General Detective will give 5 for their return to me on barn which adds largely to the was the where good school facilities fine high day ance of things J T Sexton schools and colleges at every little town ifAYTOWN KY Stillwater or suitably reward any infor- Â¬ contractor ana builder Whatever Tom Will attend to ferreting out crisuMtle m There are not so many wild IL J Samuel who has been ill mation leading to their recovery Mrs and city Fifteen Professors and Instructors does is done well By the woy Tom any part of the country and guarantees 3ft- tScientific Engineariag Glassisal Bona and Msckanicai for several weeks is still very low Â¬ cowboys here as you all read about is a single man and from present indijsfoctjon in every case where cpfcye W H Chambees School Military Tactics and Commsrciai Oeurss of Study Wheat is nearly all sown and cotton cations is tired of that kind of a life Dr Thomas of this place is vis Orders by mail promptly attesdedte Mrs Let some of the old widows make a note picking is in full blast Wild grass is so Tr COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION Look Here Read this please We iting her fathers family at Ezel of this SAVE YOUR MONEY A3TD BUYFor Catalogrue and other information Fall term begins Sept 9 til 1885 plentiful that tame grasses are unknown have carried slow customers until we are daughter of SEmta little Address JESSES K EATTERS03TE1x IcaOngtoii Keutacky Yesterday was a high day in May town YOUR GOODS CHEAP loaded down and it is impossible to con-Â¬ ministerially as Rev N G Robinson of here - Jmdge Wm Xmsk is quite ill tinue to credit those whose notes and ac- Â¬ Nicholas Rev J U Kendall of Hazel I will say to all people who want good FXOX Horn W O Mize returned from CSn H GILLI8 counts are past due Wo must have pay Green Rev W L Stamper of Yance healthy homes come to Texas Land is T7ITH ennati last Monday night wira from you and will take live stock at its burg and Rev Obediah Sexton of hiarher here than it is a little farther Sfeyers Carson Hardware D S-- Trimble of Pomroyton is visitÂ¬ value on notes and accounts Do not Blackwatcr were here It is currentlyÂ¬ west but this is the richest part of the McCORD AYDELOTT Y reported and believed that all the chickDAYSBOBOUGH Company ing refetrras in town call for credit even if you are good if ens are gone State Laud is worth 10 to 20 per 637 W Maec Street xours respectiuuy Dr F L Thomas paid s flying visit you are owing us and bavenot settled Rev J R Kendall will leave next acre TUY tout paperatTi - - LOUISYIELE KrY 3 2 pencil c Jiei-aay We mean what we say J T F Day week for Nepton Fleming county where LOUISVILLE Yv John W McClain COUNTIES a - -- -- - 1 itard tii Mark Miller Killed at Roses Bar Roota On Thursday last about sun down Eoland Stone in a drunken frenzy shot and Jailed Mark miller Jonn Igo interfered when Stone turned to fire on him but was stabbed in the breast by Igo and his pistol taken away Miller was shot in the right cheek the ball ranging up ward and out through the top of his head His bodv was interred on Pridav nigbt Stones examining trial took place on Saturday before Justices Stacy and Combs and was bound over to cir-Â¬ cuit court Joe Chambers being his bonds man The bar room was fired at midÂ¬ night and when Mrs Eose attempted to extinguish the flames she was fired upon A man present put out the fire Hoses bar room where the difficulty occurred is on Slate in Menifee county Â¬ Â¬ X MURDER IN MENIFEE i C0BRESP0NDENCEEASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS BY - his family new resides to bring them to this mission Let all give them a right royal welcome O E WILLMOT EETAIL S Gash D ry Goods Store WHOLESALE Â¬ Orders filled promptly and carefully We liave a big drive in a Box toe Boot at 350 extra good Come and see me We are anxious to sell Our Goods and will make our prices right for The Water Humanity ntox IS c E WILLMOT - Eeese Building STEELING KY a ORNE ifiUWuidi Tlie Best Most Durable and Lightest Maciiine on tlie Market Every Machine Fully Warranted General Agents for Eastern Kentucky Mt Sterling Ky Orders solicited by J STEVEESOjS Hazel Green Ky EEOS w The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Boots Herbs and Barks Except Ginseng bs J T BRSBN SON Importers I Wholesale DruggistsMain Street Mt Sterling Ky - BOOTS SHOES Â¬ - fm 4- v s fm t- s v J i T mun ADA BAUiwi Fs Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well lected Stock of ills Oil 1 I i Which he sells Wholesale and Eetail as Cheap OLOTHIM as they can be bought in the State Give him a call and be convinced that yon can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else WOKES NEW yon may go ADAMS BROTHERS CO Conroy Shore D I STOVES GRATES MANTELS Pieced Pressed and Japanned Tinware F McGTJIRE ffOnOHS TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS - Â¬ 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 Wisliing devote ness I will sell my R A CHILDERS For Sale A Saw Mill to my otner my to tirae FEASrX TYLEE BLACKSMITH E J EOGEES Lane Bodley Saw Mill Fixtures J J u Â¬ - Consisting of a 25 Horse Power Engine and Circular Saw Edger Boiler a Everything is in Eirst class Order and will be sold at a bargain on easy terms Parties wishing to buy are invited to call and examine the property CornwelliEy ALFRED COMBS COLLEGE of KENTUCKY BLACKSMITH Â¬ Â¬ 7f STATE - two-year-o- ld w h j clabe A M NICKEL Wholesale Hatters -- r -- fr r Zr Hazel tiEEEN Hebaij gpfifCEK OOOFEK Proprietor Ji- 5 HAZ3EL GKEEST If1 - - - KENTUCKY uncle sa English Carlcatarlat Tqb OfmMS 4S fariiB iske 6fee Toators-- Jacawe of tie dktiHOTisDins marks of iTiaflocqave the tags by which the comc Are their victims known to In use in- - public have been so lon they ean scarcely be traced to their r i it figure of our Uncle American acknowledges kinship with him but few know bow lie came into existence Even some of the artists who have depicted him 3ear after year in his different moods and aMitodes know nothing of his origin After making many interrogatories in regard to him and considerable research into bis genealogy I learned that an English caricaturist created him in derision long ago The intent was to em body all the ignorance egotism crude nofrs pretenaoa and assertiveness of the saucy young country in the quaint figure of the old Yankee But there was a dignity in the tall angular self saiised old man which his creators neither meant nor saw The people of tine new country saw it however and took him to their hearts They adopted the idea of the beneficent uncle and put iim into songand story- - Tfcenthey accepted hira sJierrs portraved thin and clvrugad long haired hatchet faced and wearing raiment the like of which never was seen on land or sea striped pantaloons of an economical cat a swallow tailed coat of most anÂ¬ tiquated design a high hat that is a challenge to all modern headwear and a vest gaudier than a tropical bird This became the familiar figure which in comic art represented our beloved country The idea took defkfte form it became fixed in our fancy it was a creation destined to live and to grow Uncle Sam became a fact a reality a part of ourselves and our history He was first made familiar to his people in Yankee Notions a comic paper that flonrished more than a quarter of a century ago but has long since Nast was climbed the golden stair the first artist to lift our revered uncle out of ridicule and contempt endow bim with proper dignity and make Mm a distinctive and honored character though he claims no credit for it He says he remembers him as far back as he can remember anything in the way of pictures The other artists assert that Nast has made him what he is a kind wise courageous quick- Â¬ witted sunny spirited dignified lovable old man keenly acive to every thing aflect ng the interests of his peo ple in short a gentleman It Is interesting to see how the character of Uncle Sam has developed with the character of his people One real izes this by comparing some of the old portraits of him with some of the more modern In Nasts allegorical sketches we have seen him in all the phages oi Ills strong spirited and noble character He has wept with Columbia over the bier of heroes he lias held fast to the old flag when it was riddled with shot and shell but has turned his gray head aside in humiliation when the pub lie trusts were betrayed and honor abused he has mourned over his slain sons as they lay in the valleys on the hills and by the rivers of the South His keen wit has mercilessly punctured shams and his big heart overflowed with sympathy when the children of his adoption suffered Dear quaint grand old Uncle Sam may his kiud and rugÂ¬ ged face ever beam upon us in love and good will When he smiles his people tcjoIcc when he weeps or frowns they are sorrowful or disobedient One of the whims of caricature to make Uncle Sam fat and jolly when time5 are good and thin and sad when finances langush Keppler first made him fat in the prosperous days of 79 One of lasts hits was g ving h m a swollen silver leg and one good solid silver le during the monetary conference in iVance and the mining excite Â¬ ment in the West six years ago The silver leg was gouty and could only be moved by straps and pulleys It tied him to a chair and made an in Â¬ valid of him of course Pitlsburqh Dispatch Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sd extraordinary Sam Every For instance there is the familiar inals were iried there so he arnilgned the prisoner and demanded Guilty or not A Few People That Puck Wonla Like guilty 2fot The prisoner responded to See Taking a Vacation Bat It Is Too guilty whereupon the Judge looked him Good Ever to Come True squarely in the face and said Now see here 3ou know thats as black a lie as you IX SIX PARTS ever told The lawyer suggested that the court should not pass judgment before hearing the evidence The court intimated mildl3 that he knew his own business and -- t5 -e- -7 needed no assistance As soon ar the evi- Â¬ dence was concluded the Justice proceeded to pass juogmenfe Stad ap he said to the prisoner It is ordered bj the court that the defersiant be confined in the chain gang at hard labor for twelve months Hold on 3our honor said the lawjer you have no jurisdiction to pass such a sentence as that You can only bind the prisoner over to answer for the crime at the Superior Court You have no right to Now sentence him to the chain gang see here young man this court thinks she knows herself and it will stand 3011 in hand to keep 3our mouth shut If I hpar another word out of 3ou Ill give 3011 six The lawer months in the chain gang collapsed and tlie Justice proceeded with the call of his docket Cartersvlllc Go THK FE3LXE BOOK AC EXT clmcncau 11 A Conservative Appetite A QUEER TRADE So you doutcare to go to Kansas said How a Couple of Florida Turtles Managed an Arkansaw immigration agent address- Â¬ to Trade Shells ing an old negro I had a soft shell turtle once said the Major that could beat any turtle on a IV trade I ever saw Where I lived the pond on my place was a very small one and in summer time got pretty low especially if the season was a very dry one The sum- Â¬ mer was a very dry one in 1871 and Judas which was the name of my turtle and he was a little fellow wouldnt weigh over eight pounds had a bad time of it The fleas stung him so badly that he was in a fever most all the time One day I was walking down by the poud when I noticed him and a big turtle talking very earnestly together I stepped behind a tree so that they couldnt see me and watched the fun Judas was trjing to get the land tnrtle to trade shells with him They argued a long time and I was afraid Judas wasnt goiug Presently a bright idea to make it THE OKGAX GRIXDEK seemed to strike him Ho whispered to old hard shell the latter nodded yes and then Judas went into the pond When he came No sah Da out he had a young gosling that had got grasshoppers out tells me dat da hastereat Uar Doan want none killed somehow and he had stored it away boss Wy grasshoppers are very fine Yer doan sesso S PURELY VISIONARY THE CHECKERBERRY HOME AND FARM fs nice to Willi riaut Which Lately Has Bce Given a Place In the Garden Among the uncultivated plants may ce named the checkeberry Why has not this little evergreen plant with its delicate white blossoms of and its attractive crimson fruit of md winter been riveu a place in tho ornamental garden It is because of the bebef that it will not take kindly to cultivation or it is because its beauty and usefulness is unknown IJ tho former we are glad to be able to ay something from practical eypea mid-summer Whon sponge cake becomes dry it cut in thin slices and toast French Cake Three egga two cups of sugar two and one third cups of butter one cup of sweet milk three cups ot Hour two heaping teaspoon fuls of baking powder flavor to suit V E Farmer the taste ence made No matter what rotation is adopt- Â¬ ed one thing is of great importance to the grower of winter wheat Tho soil must be so worked aud managed that it will contain mosture enough in Sep- Â¬ tember to insure tho prompt germina- Â¬ tion of the seed wheat Toedo This plant when properly treated grows well in the garden but it will not do to set it on culti- Â¬ vated land and surround it Mith hot pulverized earth under such treatment it burns and becjmes an unsightly plant To have the ehe kerlierry do well it must be given s m Iar treat- Â¬ ment that it has in its natural home Those who are familiar with llrs plant well know that when found growing on land that has had a crop of wiiite pino timber cut f om it within a few years the plants are strong and at the propci season will be found well loaded w th fruit of very large si e This tetche that it is a plant that docs not do best in theshade although fre juently found growing there with dj fru t on it but that it is a plant that nee Is sun- Â¬ shine to bring it to full piMfection it also leaches that it ne ds to have tho soil covered with decayed leaves to make it loose and light for the roots to run in Oh yes Â¬ dese heah grasshoppers whut hops erroun an spits terbacker juice on jer when 3er ketches em Yes Wall sah it may beer fack but ez fur me I prefers shoat an er hen ercasionl3 I neber did make no spirryments wid my appertite Er man ken pla- - pranks wid his head but I doan blebe in projickin wid his Whut stomich Â¬ Did you ever cat any snails Take ere man whut yer talkin bout Nobody doan eat snails do da Oh 3es they are very line Whut dese snails whuts got dem little bonis Dem things whuts all kivered wid Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE LIFK LNSUBAXCE AGENT Â¬ Â¬ for his own eating lie laid it down and I knew the trade was made It was the funniest ight I ever saw when they began Traveler to shuck It was just like two old fellows A Faithful Domestic trying to swap overcoats only a tighter fit An old colored woman named Malviny When they changed suits and got on their new clothes 1 couldnt hold out any longer had heard that it was a great recommenda- Â¬ I burst out laughing and then thc3 saw tion for a servant if she had remained a me It made Judas so mad that he put for the woods and I have never seen him said The bicgest turtle I ever sped the old cracker was down in Smyrny in 56 Me and my pardner cotched hit Hit weighed eight Hundred and seventy six pcunds and four ounces We had to let him go though kase thar want any house within ten miles How could you oe so exact about the weight then inquired the professor Kase we lied jist cotched one of them big red fish and we u el hits scales was the sarcastic response Live Oak Fla Correspondence since slime Yes Wall dat am ernuff I thought dat do white folks wuz er lamin some sense but I doan blebe da is Fust thing 3er knows some pussonli bo eaten snake esgs an drinkin stump water Wall let en go eriiead While da is doin dat Ill be er swingin er ham bone sah Lr7it sto After having repeatedly tried and failed to make this plant grow and fru t in the shade au effort was made to im tate nature as near as possible A small plot of land was prepared by first covering it with a rich voge table mould made of decayed leaves then early in thoprijg good healthy looking vines were taken from among the pine stumps and at once set in rows atout eightem incucs apart when cet tho C round was covered all over with pine leaves or nee lies to the depth of one or two iuches The plants did not seem to realize that tho had been removed but when tho growing season opened the new shoots came up very thick and on most of them there were nuineros bio soms which produced a good crop of fruit NoMiing was done but to keep the grass out TI13 iucs lived well through tho winter and produced a second crop of fruit It Wis then thought be t to try to grow tlu m by cultivation wi hout covering the ground with leaves but tlr third year under this treatment was a failure the leaves of the vines sun burned and most of them dropped very little new growth was made ad but a few blossoms ap Â¬ peared Nest sprng a new plot will be stalled and tho leaf prote tion wid b3 con ti uc with the feeing that it is ncces s a ry Mas a h uscts I lo u ai man 1 PATENT MFDiCINES iV v True Friendship heard a bright thing out West the oth- Â¬ I er day remarked a commercial traveler THE FEMALE AlTOGKAril FIEND and it pleased mo so much that 1 have re-Â¬ membered it on purpose to tell you It was a little thing but good what there was of number of years in one family Mrs Yer gcr needed a nune and Malviny applied in person for the position in Have 3ou had any experience taking care of children asked Mrs Yerger lias I had ai3 sperience wid child run I should sa I had lots ob hit Why brcss your soul 1 tuck car ob one chile foi twenty yeahs 3es mum I did Dc parents ob dat infant doy jess wushuued me dey did Teres Sifting No Mash A nice common cver3 day dude was stupidly masquerading his form along St Clair street last night when a handsome woman put her head out of a second story fifST Ill window and said Baby The dude wavered almost sunk with a sickening boom stuck the eye glass into his right optic glared up at the window smiled nauseatingly and said THE PLlMIJEK Pon my word Veall3- - now ye know a mash it In the smoking car seated right in Come bab come said the woman at front of me were a couple of countrymen the window evidently prosperous farmers They were I Weally 3e know gasped the dude talking jwiitics and pretty soon one said to THRIFTY ELOPEMENTS How tlie Affairs are Conducted In berla M- - It may sound strange if I mention the fact that notwithstanding the low marriageable age fixed by law elopements are common It is true they are of a quite peculiar sort and they zaght be divided into elopements with and elopements without the consent of the parents on either side Tuis cus- Â¬ tom so illustrates the character of the peasautrv of all regions that I must not dismiss it with too brief a mention Elopement with consent is an import- Â¬ ant matter The voung pair are agreed and nave the full acqu escence of the parents on both sides But every mar- Â¬ riage calls for a wedding and a farm ers wedding is under ordinary circum- Â¬ stances no childs pay The rela- Â¬ tives and friends must be invited from distances extending to fifty or a hun- Â¬ dred miles The substantial part of the feast is rather a secondary affair to the farmer richly pro vided with farm products and cattle but then drink must be furnished and the National drink is dear and will be consumed on such occasions in im mense quantities In order to escape the expense of this provision whch would be borne equally by both famiÂ¬ lies f heparents of th bridegroom ad- Â¬ vise him to elope with his beloved and her parents advise her to consent to the elopement After receivin r the bles ings of the crafty parents the young people steal away into the bush On the next daj the friends set up a cry as of murder beat 3round for a while and laugh in their sleeves The young couple must of course come back after a little while and receive forgivenes for there can be no after such a scandal The latter is confined to a narrow circle and the brandy is savd Dr Alfred DrcJqn in Popular Science Monthly Â¬ llifi Â¬ the other By the way Jones I am thinking of running for the Legislator this fall Can 1 count on your support VI Xo Why I thought you were a friend of minel So I am and that is just the reason Chi- Â¬ Im agin 3011 for the Legislator cago Herald Misnomer to Thus Characterize Fro- lirirtsiry It Miicilhs Â¬ The name patent medicine is a misnomer there being no patents on mod c pes In tlie infancy of the bus -11 ess it was the custom of the inventors WALKING of these article lo secure patents but no great amount of experience was The ilensurcs Kxnerjoiiccd by the Ititellh Kent rclstrian necessary to convince them that it was We have people amonirst us who con- Â¬ not a good plan In ordur to secure a patent it was ncce sary to state the in- Â¬ sider walking vulgar and who imagine gredients and the formula for the r that they would lose their dignity if They do not preparation and these Lcing thus the left their ca riag made publc property anv one could object to be driven through the conn make the goods as well ta themselves tty either in diligence or coach and so 111 order to ma ntaiu th j secrecv pair and have the scenery served up to which they found indispensable to th ir them like fresh varieties on a fete da success tney were com pe led to aban Â¬ don the patent system altogether But or new painings in this seasons ex the Jo eminent still affords them a hi ilions but to ask them to tread the measure of protection by its system of same quartz grit on the hard highway recording aud protecting a tradmark which the common tramp claims freeTlie manufacturers of the propr etary dom of is to offer them an indignity med c nes therefore adopt some dis- Â¬ which their lofty souls resent After tinctive dcvee lo be found on the r all if we a e not mistaken the free packages or uottlcs and thi beng unfettered tramp if he has anything a counteifeit of it can not like an observant spirit has ihe best of be put upon the market wthoit it He can make leies on all nat irc an infr ngement of the copyright For him the sunshine has a greater consequent law and suit for jov and the moon in Ihe falling twi- Â¬ damages This fact has not however light a less cold smile The jolly mil- Â¬ prevented the counterfeiting bsiuir ler can give him the merry laugh and done bv imitative poisons who found the frankest hospitality while the proit in the business and lawsuits in- Â¬ grandee is permitted to roll past numerable have grown out of the in Â¬ in his carriage without ha iag touched fringements which hao come to public such Arcadian sweets For him is tho notice to say nothing of tho e which flower fringed by path in the shelter Â¬ remained undiscovered To no small ing wood and for him Ihe moss extent the manufactured medicines of wreathed wayside well The plow the day have been tiie results of the ef- Â¬ boys whistle and the milkmaids song forts of people to doctor themsehes are his bv piescr plivc right and if he in the old t mes the women of tho can bear with him a pure heart a love family were eccedinglv fond of pre Â¬ for honest labor and a reverence for paring root aid herb teas aud extracts the Giver of all good we tlrnk that he some of them of undoubted value is happier than his richer neighborwho doctors often experime ited in the same dare not go afoot direction and what was more natural No one looks so kindly and so lov-Â¬ than that when a doctor found a cer- Â¬ ingly on nature as he who waks A tain article producing good results in long stretch on foot in the open coun- Â¬ disease he should keep on tiding it and try in the face of the bugle breezes of linally becoming a specialist in that morn iu the full glory of noonday or direction should conceal the ingredi- Â¬ in the tender fading luster and sacred ents of his physi and either sell the shadows of twilight is a human experi- Â¬ secret lo some one who was desirous of ence that tends alike to be tow physical undertaking its manufacture as a busi- Â¬ strength and intellectual power and ness or slioild undertake the manu Â¬ joy The man who walks abroad wilh facture for himself This has been tho a keen eye and a receptive soul will get history of several of best known in one dav more of the beauties of na- Â¬ art ces now on tho mar ture in all their rounded peife tion in et Uoslon Globe color in liut and in sound than ho could obtain by the study of books Â¬ re-cord- The worst kind ot a cribber can bo dissuaded from indulgence in his vice by the following mean Nad a piece of sheepskin about eght inches in width the entire length of the crib select a skm with long wool and spiinkle it freely wth cayenne pepper Tho cure wll be speedy and perma- Â¬ nent Forest Forge and Farm AAoung he fjr grow ng up to be a cow and bred to calve some time next spring is more sure to pay her keep through tho winter than anv other k nd of horned stock If not sold whon site ha he first calf she will at least pay her way for a year when she will cer- Â¬ V Y Herald tainly be worth mnc Baked Custard One quart of milk four eggs a pinch of salt sweeten and ilavor to taste Boil the milk and when cool add the beaten egsrs salt and flavors aud grated nutmeg on top Bake in cups set in a pan of water or in large dishes Take special cao not to bake too much or it will win v The rule is to sink a spoon in th i niddlo if the cns arc Irird and no whey rise to the lop it is properly done Serve The Caterer cold Sunflower seed for sfock and es- Â¬ pecially for horses to give them a sle k coat is bing widely adiscd b3 tin agricultural press The seeds are not only rich in oil but also exce dingly so in nitrogen Hence less should be given at a feed than ot linseed or of oil cake The seeds are planted and cultivated che same as corn but a singe stalk only sho ild be left in a squ re The yield is about the same as corn but the cost of gathering and saving is fur greater Chicago Tribune Hot Cabbage Salad Take a firm white head shred or chop enough to nearly till a qtt irt dish put it in the dish sprinkle the top with a half tea spoonful of black pepper and two or thive tablespoonfuls of white suar put half a cup of butter in a spi lor wnen it is Drown seir into no louowuig m xture Half cup of saar civan thrco well baa en esrg half cuo of vinegar let it boil a mo nenfc and pour it over the cabbage cover aid keep in a warm plae until wanted The Household The mysterious known as c blight comes on potatoes from causes litth- - understood It generallv atla ks potatoes after they have hen set aud as the vines turn black and die the further development of the tuber is ar- Â¬ rested It seens to attack potatoes most freely i i hotweathorac ompanied by rain an I is generally more destruct Â¬ ive on potatoes planlc shallow or wiiosj natural growth is near the surface En i e lields arc often destrojed in a single day Prairie Farmer Â¬ The savings bank is a feature of the Narrow Eo Ta French school system and the report of Hochsstsk JielMie xmi the Director of the Primary Instruction Yobt nn T was attacked tritk tfe ior 1883 4 shows the children had de-Â¬ Intense aaddeatlaJypilHaaracart posited in them no less than 11235016 Extending to the end of y U francs The number of depositors was my braia Whick xaade ae deiirioas 488624 These banks are clearly the From agony I 1 foes of the pie stand and the circus It took three jam to bold mcm My fea Chicago Current at times urEhe Doctors tried I avaia to relieve m- VYe have some of the laziest negroes bat to no parpose in the world right here in Palatka and Morphine and other opiate in summer they live on catfish and mel- Â¬ Had no effect ons We saw one of those lazy crea-Â¬ After two xsoaths I was eivea p to tures the other day He had his fishing die When my wife line tied to his dogs hind leg and when heard a neighbor tell what Hop Bitters tad a fish would bite he would give his do done lor her sho at ooce got and gave m a kick Palatka Fla Herald some The dose 1 m m -- -- m A farmer living near Norwich Conn unearthed a nest of sixty three big black snakes recently Hartford Couranl A Sad Case of Poisoning is that ot any man or woman afiiictedjwith disease or derangement of the liver re- Â¬ sulting in poisonous accumulations in the blood scrofulous affections and diseases of the kidneys lung3 or heart These troubles r n bo cured only by going to the primary cause and put- Â¬ ting the liver In a healthy condition To accomplish this result speedily and effect- Â¬ ually nothing has proved itself so effica- Â¬ cious as Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis- Â¬ covery which has never failed to do the work claimed for it and never wilt sick-headach- f seemed to go huntiag through first eased sy braia es France presents America with the statue of liberty and we put np the pe- Â¬ destala sort of base ingratitude Texas Siftings What can bo more disagreeable more disgusting than to sit in a room with a erson who is troubled with catarrh and las to keep coughing and clearing his or her throat of tho mucus which drops into it Such persons are always to bo piMed if they try to euro themselves and fail But it thoy getDr Sages Catarrh Remedy there need be no failure The sky nnliko when the bluest grass unlike man the greenest Gil man is most cheerful Worcester Gazette The is most delightful when City Derrick for tho pain The second do6e eased me so vmeh tWatl slept two hours soraetaiBfl 1 bad aat deae far two months Before I had used 4re bottles t ires well and at work as hard as any naa eoM forover three weeks butlworked too hard f my strengtl and taking a kardcoW Iwastok en with the most acate and paiaf bI rnrmimnttniB all through my system that ever was ksewa I called the doctors agaia aad after several weeks they left me cripple oa crutches ler life as they said I met a Iriesd and teid Uta my cose and ho said Hop Bitters had ewrecLafes and would cure me I poofaed at lata MW was so earnest I was induced to use then agate In less than four weeks I threw awar T crutches and went to work HjthUy and kepta using the bitters for five weeks nBtaibecasM as well as any man living- and have Toeea aa foe six years since It has also cured my wife who bad fceea sick for years and ha3 kept her aaday cltildren well and healthy with froa tw to three bottles per year There is so need to be sick at all if these bitters are ased - aad y sy3teat J J Bekk Sx Snpacvisoc y That poor invalid wife Sister Mother Or daughter Can be made tlie picture of health with a few bottles of Hop Bitteis WW you let than suffer HP J i Of t anything but -- Hop of Hops on aaad the with a greea el white label shua that dragstK as ysa wonld a viper and If ho has tkea roar Hseaer far a bogus stuff indict him fortae fraud aad damaaea for the swindle aad wc will reward je llberalljforthe conviction See S Court Injunction against C D Warner Beaolng Mich and alt his salesmen aad Dragslsts and other imitators take waralay If when JProsecute the Swindlers von callfor Hop BlUera JSii drfet III t muaM aga CO HOP B1TTEB3 XPG Rupturo radically cured also pile tumors and fistulas Pamphlet of par- Â¬ ticulars two letter stamps Worlds Dis- Â¬ pensary Medical Association BuffaloNY While the Czar is compelled to have a mastiff to puard him some of our Ameri- Â¬ can ladies feel secure with a png Atlanta Constitution IfrJipsi A niece of mine nine years ago says D L MiHt ken the well knowr publisher of Cottage Heart was taken at three months from tta coaaamptlTS mothers arms emaciated and placed on Ridges Food exclusively At once tt commenced to pain and waa soon plump and healthy and the child still lives Snrh testimony aa this shows bcyoid all cavil Its tra Pikes ToornACnE Duors cure In 1 mlnuteoc Geiuiax CoKXltEiiovEU kills Corns Glenns Sulphur Swip heals ami beautiQes 2c 11 unions A max must be thick headed who will row with a double skull liochester Dem Â¬ ocrat nffl O- Wayne Dn Paga Co Uliacis value dis-a-- HAS HPOFiYED FROM FRANCE Pcrchcron IIorie valued at iuOO000 Trlilch Includes about jst 70 PEH GEMT OF ALL HORSES CZEMA Mr Tift has been oorely afflicted with Eczema or Salt Rheum from infancy We tried erery fcaown remedy but to no avail Shp wa3 also afflicted wlta a perifdlcal nervous headache sometimes followed by an intermittent fever so that her life became burden to her Finally 1 determined to try S S- - S She commenced s ven weeks aRO After the third bottle the Inflammation disappeared and sore spot dried up and turned white and scaly and Anally s ao brushed them oft In an tmpalpabti white powder re Â¬ sembling pure salt 6he Is now taking the stath bot Â¬ tle everv appearance of the disease tsgone and her fiesh s soft and white a a childs- - Her headache have disappeared and ehe enjoys the only good healUt she has known In 10 years Xo wonder she deema every bottle of SSS Is worth a thousand times IU JOiiX F BISADLKT weight in cold 4tGrlawoIdS Detroit Mich May 1G1SK3 For sale by all druggists SPECTFIC CTHE SWIFT Drawer 3 Atlanta Ga XYlSTWICdSt BUTnEaaS Whoso purity of blood Is csta Wished h r pedljrrees re coned in thcPcrchcron Stud Book of3rance the onlv Etud Hook over published in Uiat country EVER IMPORTED TO AMERICA STOCK CN HAHD 3 5LO Imported Breed CV 1RTJrlV-4-- v Imported Stallions for Serrice 125 COLTS Two years old and yoinger yitMt 200 lf- Iare Old enough BWSoW a ow j- - u tmii rc tsi viM j not r m recorded they rtiouhl bo vaaiduieir uctUKTves ore wUl jrradesI pell nil inujprtcd stock at erode only as when prices inrnln with the animal od pcdicn o TerHiedI cannot by original I rench certifies to of its nrnnlxr and recordthe tho rerebcron Stud Iook of Franco 3 OOpnire IUm In tratcd CntaloruoEenC frte WnyneIUs is 35 miles west of Chicago on tho Chicago S Xorth Westem By -- K crYit elnln nvwtw1 Kvfill in11t- - hrvftT Vtw- - ode a as UnUilli nsiiaiciBiP5nn HLlil L when applied Into the nostrils will be absorb- Â¬ ed effectually cleanv lns the head of catarrh- Â¬ al virus caiissag heal thy secretions It al lays inilatnmnt ion pro Â¬ from fresh colds com Â¬ pletely heals the sores and restores tho sense of taite and smell cr SHUFF applications reA fev lieve A thorough treat-UQUID HOT PcsHglB - tects the membrane Taea IXVAXTJABIiE lnforatlea gleaaet from the markets of the world We will mail a copy FBEE to aay adÂ¬ dress upon receipt of 10 eta to defray expense of maUinjr Jjct as aear fxea you Respectfally BOOKS contain UlsatraUeaa a Welesale Prices direct to consumers ea all gee2 far ptmonal or family ase Telia how t order aud giea exact ceat afevery ttilnjr yon use eat drialc wear er -- OTTae GUIDE ta Sept aad MArcJs year 5 36 lacfeesytritfe ever JPictare Gallery -- have fna nrlta -d a 227 fc 223VaTaaahATeaseCkicayallU oho Cpnnlne tmleas feearJa r tkk SUati MONTGOMERY WARD CO able tousc Trice cents by mail or at drugjais ELY BIOTHERS Druggists TO IUTE HEALTH 1UE LIVER roHAa llSVER Send for circular Ov x as Jf BF vr v egoJY If ORDEB 5tST KB KEPT Uta Isacuro for Lirsr Comnlaints and ills canvd hv a deranged or torpid condition of the LivrrasDripep fsia Constipation BHionsnw Jaundice Headache Malria Uhenmatism etc It regulates tho bcwels purifies tho Mood strencthi nMho jjteni AM INVALUABLE FAMILY MEDICINE Thousands ot Testimonials lroToitsilent axy DncrGisr vm tku you its iiefctatio- - uUiiy7iin AwcrnprvevA mzsAf IJAMES WEANS 3 SHOE hlade la Button Congress aad m JVWVOWUy jr vVw in jjuraouity wnjori ana Appearance A postal card tiouswm onag yon is xJv 3ka foraaatioa liow lo gee s tms fcnoe in aay ctsio V1 l frMP fB orTerrltorr S Jeaaa Ce 9 ax iBtuta aw iSotoaMass i 3 - t 8 Zaeyand prontabie AOEfcH U AMERICA afford to wait one day before Can writing to us forour 4JI Enclose two ceat stamp to T 0 llrnidintr or Weavinjr W KDelIhtfalerarlo7weaC o lleoUlnr KRKtiiur ra3 with or yam 2- - OSTADI itLC 3LKERaa boused OHalliewiHjrBaRCBlaeier byhand rCMnl A wonderful forrestioa Itselbtat sight Ot postpaid 5S Agentj Wanted t3T bend stamp for circulars tvrma aad trHui JNO G llOITT Jk CO 318 State 8k Clitema TH I Kusr made new or old cti Use aay land of clout A haadsoma TMrkik worth of carpet waste fit le Argus Printing and Publishing Co 10CISV1LLE KT R y AWARE THAT FRAZER AXLE GREASE Beat la the world Get the geatilae Ev Â¬ erv package has our Trade mark nml la marked fraxer a SOLD jnZSrWHXXE Loriilards Qlimas Plug te bearing a red tin tag that Loriilards Rose Lent fine cut that Lorillarda Navy Clippings and that Loriilards Snuffs are cheapest quaUty considered the best and No Rope to Cut Off Horses Manes Jijixi- teiebraica lt ami KliZDLE Combined The Mousquetaire through niauy a silent and thoughtful Â¬ wed-diug-fe- ast - A bank book Avhich has an intei csting history was presented at the Center Savings Bank a Massachusetts institution a few days ago The owner nl the book an aged lad v who s dead took it out in 1S55 depositing 91 In 1856 she added 35 to her nest egg the following December she deposited 20 3n 3850 she put In S and in June of Ute same 3 ear 830 more September 1st 1880 she drew S100 leaving 156 is thebaak The book was made up to July 1st the sum total be ug 1075 2acliiagiHtereataataatiDs to about i Jmit n Glehm I A Parisian paper prints some amus- Â¬ ing reminirfcenes of Alexandre Dumas LOVE IN THE MEADOW short lived paper the Monsqiclaire See where she comes across the meadow The romaneor whose little idiosyncra- Â¬ s n rinsr Her son to Junes sweet music sweetness sies were we 1 known inserted a daily V -J unngin JSftl 35i lit c z 2 vjiy notice to tbe cect that tho editor Her carol through the whispering reeds a- i I rinjyiur p t SvSS5tw would receive neither complimentary And one thing an3 another Ml tickets t n the theaters nor books for Litt how her song with brds and zephyr review since he made it a rule to pay f blond ing V nV for the one aud to buy the other With rppllnr runs of babbling brook contending Nevertheless the contributor to the IS IT HOT ENOUGH THE MAN WHO ASKS Growls down to J and then asain ascending Mousquelairc who writes these reminis- Â¬ FOK VOL P licit Whoops hor up mightily cences saws that he uc er received o Lo with her feet the bending daisies spurn many books and stalls whcnoer he ing Her queenly head to right nor left a turning cahnt- - Im on me way to see me gurl3 asked the cashiu for a five franc riece Her Juno eye tender yet eager yearning to buy a stall he was laughed 3e know Looking for somebody A little child spattered with mud and its at and he was obliged to allow Tlie daity re- Â¬ Eros She loves him Note her wakening sweet blue ees flashing with indignation himself to be corrupted sized up the dude for a moment then ceipts of the paper were from glances 16 to With love born speed how swiftb she ad Â¬ stooped to the ground seized a rock and 20 but Dumas had alwa s some Jew vance said Land How she bellows And he how he Twit taughtin to my muzzcr you to quiet or some bonne amie to soothe prances and the cash box was usually empty Horcalf strayed over in the sheep lot blamed old dude dke the pockets of the printer aud paperNo mash Cleveland Plalndculer The unfortunate cashnr -maker BACKWOODS JUSTICE who had to bear the heat and burden Without an Introduction An Old but Good Story Revived A Judge of the demands for money spent his Mr Jones That was a shocking trage time in reading Jerusalem Delivered Who Knew His Uusiness In a certain backwoods community a sus- Â¬ d last night The contributors were no hotter off Miss DoSilva of Boston What was than the printer aud when they ased picious character had been arrested for Michel the cashier he had formerly cattle stealing The general impression in it Mr Jones A man went down in the been one of Dumas gardeners at the community was that he had stolen the the -cow and poblic sentiment was strongly Bowery last night and killed a woman he Chateau de IMonte Cristo for the pr co would show themwi h against him The unfortunate fellow sent never saw before without the slightest prov-Â¬ of an article he a melancholy air his empt- cash box to a neighboring town for a lawyer and ocation Miss De Silva He had never been in-Â¬ Like so many of the romancers s milaf came up he was represented when his trial by able coiusel The Judge looked upon troduced to her entei prises the Monsquetaire at lengtu Never Now what would ome to an inglorious end Mr Jones the lawyer with suspicion and seemed to iesl that his presence was entirely unneces- Â¬ you say of an occurrence of That kiud in sary He assumed an unusual amount of Boston To brighten or oean silver or dignltv and called the court to order Miss De Silva very much shocked I nickel plated ware rub wilh a woolen Having oeen in the Superior Court a few should certainly say taat he was veryrude cloth and Hour times he had caught- an dn of how crim A Y Granitic 1 -- 1 1 iVji sftSZr-T--zs- Â¬ Hlsr Â¬ No matter the season of nature and jC LiGuntoisiKochestcr no matter the mood she is always The Jiiom2UT4UiaJi - aiiuiim shining and fair even when she falls tf in the world i c p fc Send for catalogue Address sleep of untai to I and ORGANS into her winter Weaver Organ llano Co YorkPa untouched silence cover d over with snow wreaths of evquidte puiitv RffSlfifl RED on Cotton Turkish Rubram And what for tJCawiumJCsample 1 ree to every person sending curve and grace address to T WUIT Eaton Itapids Mich mat bless outline and lint can Wavca sent C OD any across yout equal a snow wreath J 5 Wg Bangs andIeand rea price- lstr holes R where path on a crisp eeu winter afternoon II B C Strehl to173 Wabaih arChlcago with the we tern sky as ruddy and aglov like molten ore and the solemn B fH av 4 SW Inn nW sm R 3 En t3 pme trees 1 ftng their dark green bb9u Ie 5 JH4 SJu 9b vti hrd SB Ha2 ui BK feathery brances mi I way between the unsull e 1 stretch of snow aud tin deep azure of tin holy twilight coming from night can not be Mippcu Jsaro pie Halter to any part oi the C S Soldbyall free on receipt of Saddlery Hardware and Harness peclaI discount to me Dealers Trade nSend for Price Lisr Jni any corse ny sl LE PAGES LoVV ttJM II num s m WOOD GLASS CHINA PAPZH LEATHC3 -- M jwuu twmJV Used br Maon A SyUso Ptc5Car CaAc At U UH1T bv inCaPoaaa RIMUSIA CEMENT CO GLOUCESTER MAS 50U Ur4EQUALLEDFORCEMEMTIMQ LIQUID GLUE ncuAb DAn JUU3br -- actire Man or TToiMn la rre-y free Standard SUver Txt Tfontii nnrl P rrtmm Tnr rirmmnrmit4 Www wre Co t Boatea Ifitw Pt - t liig EDUCATIONAL mwm - mail from et nv c Bc5isxssCoiuarBairaOur the east bringing with it the silent friendly stars Do you think that the term irieudh is out of place with reference to the star- J hope not How those glorious lights look down upon us with lnzer ng loving luster from the m dn ght k cs Eau one seams as PcBitlTclT cure SICK II2ADACHieiUouness and all LIVZB aad BOWSL Caaiplaiata 3CAXJLXIA or Caa alaista tkM TMV RIno TJ PQISOrr and Skin ElSOses tOKS PILL A IKJSE I find teem a rateable CatbartleaidIlTiT Pill Dr T 24 PalsaerJCsatiealla havo no equal Said practice I uee no other J Sesnison 3J3 DeWltt loir er aeat Jy-In lay as T eta in ctastps Valcabl inTorciaUon PPRK I S JOKKBOX A CO SOSTTOK for rflilplJily liiW riLLO eal j FURGAT1VE fill I Ttrrkr GAKCERI ANH E ft Jr l i ii if it were n angels eye rang on us w th watchful care And as we mirk the constellations and learn of the r KEWLASOffleerpayfrea 01 FIISSQ commIasionsIeserter reller J 9 11 W JL W and edPenlon fee increasefor eiperieaccl9yeart Write circulars and laws success or no L FO on treatment sent free aad enred wltnontthe tcaHe An es D ilU-- Aurora Kase CVS dcCOEillCK 4i SOK Cincinnati Oiio 14 -- - slow silent march across thedaik sol- Â¬ emn dome of heaven we learn uncon- Â¬ sciously to give th m a personality and treat them as friends There is Orion in his mass ve grandeur mov- Â¬ ing round our sleeping world like a sentinel from above majestic soLiun awful a constellation whose po ition seems to be assured througu counties ages Then there are the Pie ades those sweet se en sist us oc the heav- Â¬ ens whose pai atrng rays com pa every color of the rainbow as the A Clear Skin is only a part of beauty but it is a part Every lady Did you - Supp- Â¬ - v may have It at least what Magnolia looks like it Balm both freshens and for horses It fe for Inflamma tion of all fleshw sr- ose Mustang Liniment only good Sante l la a silver braid Glitter like a awarin 0 memea beautifies - 11 Qumr S vie J