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TrtS beby the money eur Iek6 uak aeeMae4 etrefi UutsBfxJCsatiis b4 M cubcriptieB iria bereceivediorless ADVKTISEfG RATES fitrMoatfe c Ter eatbs fLM -- 8C Ambitions parts he oft essayed TJat never won renown And in the last great act he played Death rung the curtain down For fame he longed it kept afar And life was full of jars But if heiailed to be i star Hes now above the stars t ON A rOLTCEMAN - actoe TramttadTertitKBCBts isserted at oeats per iacb trst insertion and tw eut 4Lve ocHte Jor each atsequcnt inser J0C llBckOeTear sSa4ei a larg er advertteeaents made eev-ety-- re Pause stranger pause and drop a tear To pass would be a poor way Tosbow Tespect a cop sleeps here Instead of in a doorway ON AN nONKST KVKEIt kiwws oh applicatSoB A44rom SPEKCES CXMJPEB Hazol Greejj KJ Kb bread he needs he kneads no dough Heslceps the sleep that knows no wak injr He did much baking here below But now hes gone where theres no bak ing OK A HOD CABEIEIL PROFESSIONAL JMKASH Here lies a bod carrier under the sod lies happy theres no doubt of that Hc carried in life many bricks In his hod But never a brick in his hat AW6m6rAT HjIZEL GREEN KY- -- LAW Â¬ OK A DUDE Will practice h Wolfe and adjoining couri tie Collections will receive prompt atten tion stranger go to yonder mound And g cfs sad tribute pay there Ah there Jie to the girls would-say- Wben living In a giggling way So when we placed him neath the ground We murmured softly Stay there Go Boston Courier EATTERSOX 5AZELRIGG HOESE AND DMVER The Animals Used in London For ATTfmE YS T JCEL LAW Heavy Burdens STEELING KY - SAMUEL McKEE ATTORNEY AT LAW Ko 441 W Jefferson fitreet Kindness the Watchword In All Estab Â¬ lishments Great uroi of Habit Blinders and Clicck Iteins J Looked Upon as a Relic of Barbarism ictlces in all the State Courts an special atteatioa jriven to business of all kinds in the United States Courts JL PORTER LACY ATTORNEY AT LAW NOTARY PUBLIC ANT EXAMINER F DEPOSITIONS Hazel Geeex Kr JX QC1IXAN QCTILLIN ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND Collections a specialty Heal estate baHphtaodsoM on commission TOI1 prac Â¬ tice in Wolfe and adjoining counties LYKINS jc XYKEfS REAL ESTATE AGENTS Jamiton Kr Titles examined taxes paid for DR R B GARDNER non-rest-rtoa- tB -- Hazel GreexKy Offers hisserviees to thp peoplo of Wolfe anfi adjoining counties DR PHYSICIAN J 31 KASH AND SURGEON Hazel Greek Ex Tenders his professional services to the lti zens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Office at residence on Broad way X IB TATJXBEE jVL HAZEL CREEN KY FHYSK2AN D SUEEOK JHD CCOUCHEBS Tenders his professional services t the poo pie of Wolfe and adjoining counties Onic at residence en Hazel Green Heights HOTELS D-A-TT HAZEL GEEEN KY HOUSE DSCODSEY Proprietor Tatronago is respectfully solicited from more especially the travelinc public First class accommodations and satisfaction guaranteed everybody JII2IfcATT KOTJSJS HAZEL GREEN KY JOHN H PIERATT -- Proprietor I IJse table is supplied with the est It the market and UrfMilass accommodation trill beiurai6bedfrnan and beast MORGAN HOUSE WEST LIBERTY KY JAMES H COLE Proprleter Patronage of the traveling public is ro epcctfully sodcited Table alwavs suppled with the best 4n tbe market Stable attached ASHLAND HOUSE 2JEAB POST OFFICE lEXINGTON i z z KENTUCKY HKT W QJB 1ATESR EASQNABLE E B05WELL SOXS Proprietors OA1MFTON HOUSE GiiMPIOS ALEX ET Proprietor J ASIUBY The table is f applied with the choicest vh ends ki the market and the chargfi aro rea tenable Special inducements to CcnTmerciaJ drays or brewers wagons and the enormous sizeof the horses which draw them and of the men wlio are in charge of them and even the Londoner- themselves can not but admire the wonderful intelligence and docility of the horses and the kindly bearing of the men The drivers carry the usual wagon Â¬ ers whip but near it as a monarch bears his sceptre as an emblem and not an instrument of command Ko one ever saw a drayman beat his horse or even drag at its bridle Indeed they seldom touch the reins but walk by the side of the animal and convey tin ir instructions by the voice alone The conduct of thchorscs when low erng casks of beer into the putteans cellars is equally admirable I must here explain that in England very large amount of beer is con- a simv d spmt dnnkers being the excep Â¬ tion and not the rule It is cheap and as an article of traffic requires the work of strong horses Jn order to meet the enormous de niajd for beer which can not be stored in large quantities lest it should turn sour the supply must be constantly renewed The trap door of the cellar being raised a sort of lalder is passed into the cellar so as to form an inclined plane up and down which the barrels are rolled The barrel having been removed from the dray by the men is encircled with a rope one end of it is attached to a horse When all is ready a signal is given and the horse walks slowly forward so as to allow the cask to glide down thp Jadder As soon as he feels the cask touch the ground the horse advances a few steps so as to slacken the rope and waits nntil it is attached to an empty barrel He then walks V so as to pull the barrel out of the cel lar and soon learns the exact distance wlrch he has to traverse before the barrel is landed When he comes to a house which he does not know the horse continually looks around to see if the barrel is in sight but in a very short time he makes hhnself acquaint- Â¬ ed with the precise distance which ho niedsto traverse During the whole of these operations the men never touch the horses and veryscldom are obliged to even speak to them A curious example of guidance by the voice occurred during the funeral of the late Duke of Wellington The eormons bronze car in which the coffin rested was so heavy that the ar Â¬ tillery horses were unable to draw it and brewers1 liorses were substituted When the start ought to have taken place the horses declined to move They did not understand military lan Â¬ guage while the whip to which they were unused only frightened them At last some one suggested that a dray fuan should be summoned It was done and at the first sound of the familiar voce the horses started oft with their load Beng desirous of seeing how the draj horse behaved at home I asked ceran keepers of a large number of line dray hofscs to allow me to inspect their stables They gave me leave to do so whenever I liked and according- Â¬ ly I started off in company with my lamented friend the late AH Astley so well known for the services which he has rendered to the horse We in Â¬ spected the place thoroughly and were niuch impressed wdn what we Â¬ -- hue foreigners are always strnckwiththe One of the stables coutaned eighty stalls forty on eilhor side When re Â¬ turning from the tank a horse never Tnistakos hs own stall though the stalls are all built and fitted in ex-Â¬ actly the same manner The old and experienced horses however always look into every empty stall which they may pass in the chance of find Â¬ ing some provender in the manger One of these olu horses was pointed out as beng of orignal character Ho had for constituted himÂ¬ self an amateur policeman never al Â¬ lowing man horse or dog to enter the yard except upon business If a stranger should walk in and address any of the men or it he should go straight to one of the many offices the horse would take no notice of him But if a strange man were to saunter into the vard and lounge about with no fixed object the horse would liy at him with open mouth make ail the clatter he could and drive away the intruder All the horses are of gigantic dimen Â¬ sions One of them not the largnst measured six feet and one inch in height at the withers They are never put to work until thev are six years old and are carefully tested in every way before admission the resident veterinary surgeon examining them as closely as a regimental surgeon tests recruits The mealook like a race of Anakic and are selected and trainctiwithUie greatest care The keepers of these great stables seldom take a man who is more than twenty They pick uo the finest and strongest lads that can be found prc- fcrrjnr those who have not reached their full irrowth who have a crood character and who give promise of fu ture massiveness as well as height If accepted they are put into the yard as odd men and are by degrees promoted to general stable work then to grooming the horses andlastly to thp onerous task of draywork During the whole period of probation they are closely watched and aro example as precept taught as much that gentle kindness is the ruliuir power of thecstablishmerit Thevery at-Â¬ mosphere of the place tells uncon- Â¬ sciously upon them and they soon be Â¬ gin to feel that a coarse or even 3 rough expression would bo out of place In their preliminary duties of odd men they are intentionally kept from any personal contact with the horses But the have perpetually berore them the examples of their seniors and by the lime when they are allowed to sweep out a stable- - theyhare learned that horses arehever tobe addressed except in gentle carcssing tones and that the least display of badt temper or roughness will throw them back to odd men or forfeit their place alto- Â¬ gether As for striking or kicking a horse such a crime for it is a crime in thatr establishment is unknown Kow and then a new comer manages to conceal his native ruffianism ior a time but sooner or later it asserts itself Bawling at a horse is a form of rufÂ¬ fianism which is sternly and swiftly punished The delinquent is at ence reported at headquarters for the mGn are most jealous ot the honor of their order The case is investigated and if the accusation should be proved the man is paid his wages up to the day is given a week s wages wherewith to Keep himself for a time and is con ducted out of the gates never again to enter them Forgiveness is never accorded nor under any pretext will the man bo el lowed to take employment even of the most menial kind in that establish- Â¬ ment Such were the conditions un- Â¬ der whch every man enters the service of the firm and he knows that they will be rigidly enforced Imaytdso add that the keepers of these stables never permit their ani mals to be tortured and hampered by the check rein which independent of its cruelty deprives the horse of its power of exerting its full strength and so prevents the owner from getting the full amount of work out of the ani Â¬ -- SAFE HIDING How a Florida Matron Kept Iler Frnlt From Spoiling Mrs L is a thrifty housekeeper As weJi bred hence the necessity of well bred sires and mares to get and to bear her family is a large one her preserv- Â¬ ing kettle is one of immense propor- Â¬ tions and as the fruit seasons came around first strawberries and then blackberries her preparations began to assume their usual majestic propor- Â¬ tions New to the place she did not depend upon her own judgment but conferred with some of the older resi dents who assured her that they had found only one practicable way of keepng blackberries and that was to bury them in the ground So after the jars were all prepared Mrs L hired an old darky to dig in a certain spot where he diligently went to work Per Â¬ haps a quarter of an hour had passed when the old black man appeared holdingup a junk bottle Pears if de yerth was full ob dose yer he said I goes to one place an I digs an up pops a bottle and den I goes to anodcr spot an digs an up pops anoder bot Â¬ tle Seems if dis yer place is possessed ob bottles MrsrL tookthem They were heavy Fora moment visions of enchantment passed before her view Were they filled up with jewels with For they were all carefully gold Â¬ some-years the colt for roadsters And then while many people do not appear to know it farmers are entitled to just as many luxuries as are men in other walks of life when they can aflord to pay for o the same In a word if a farmer or his sons appreciate and take pleasure in fine roadster there is no law against their having one Indeed there is a striking incongruity in the fact of a mans investing thousands of dollars in cattle and sheep with pedi Â¬ grees recorded in herd books and driving behind a rawboned horse taken from the plow or truck wagon which under the hammer would not bring well-to-d- Being the ThriUlnsr Story In Twelve Pict Â¬ ures of a Sleepy Citizen and Bis Persist Â¬ ent Tormentor Tranquil Repose at Last Puck3 Elizabeth you know What will you call Bess her Lizzie or Bessie or Mr S I didnU think of any of tfeos names I think 1 would rather call iter the Airs Elisha Smith Life ff af 1 -- VIL 850 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tecrists Insure Your Property IX THE OLD TTKTT gTV IMl InCG jffeiek Deal One of the first sights which struck us was mat several 01 tne norses were walkTng freely about the yard although do one was guiding them and tne gr at gates were open They went to one of the many water tanks which are pacod in different parts of the yard saw OOIitlF Net OP KAKTPOSB COKS Ir Sellable Indemsltji Chiup iBsaraaQe tcok drink and went back again It seems that when a horse is thirsty it rattles against its stall in a peculiar The stablemen understand m inner thj signal and -- Tim Trid and CJJMTTAL Fir Tested THE BEST IS SEE CHEAPEST pBvvA KC MjaXlHtt Ajatrr iS - oes out of the stable has its drink and comes back to its own stall It is a remarkable fact that the horse Companion always drinks at the same tank in whch ne quenched his thirst on be Â¬ Globe Trotters is one of nhe ing admitted to the yard and always drinks from the same part of the names for the tourists who take the tejfc teack round the world loosen the horse which Neither do they permit the use cf which are near- Â¬ ly as absurd as the check rein though they do not cause so much actual suf Â¬ fering to the animal There seems to be a hazy sort of idea that the blinder is benelicial to the horse by shutting out sights which misrht frighten it But even with the largest and closest blinders the animal s permitted to see objects in front of it and is just as likelyto befrightened by thenfas by objects at the side or Eo hind To be consistent therefore the horse ought to be completely instead of xartiaUy blinded and then there would be no possibility of its seeing a startling object But in fact a horse is afraid not of objects which it sees but ot objects which it does not see at all or which it only partially sees Why should we employ the blinder in harness and not when we ride the horse The nature cf the horso is not changed because ha has a rider on his back instead of a driver behind him and he is just as likely to be frightened in the one case as in the other The eye of the horse naturally pro- Â¬ jects from the side of the head for the exnress ournose of enablingi it lto have p a wide range 01 vision anu wnen we deprive the animal of two thirds of its natural sight area we proportionately add to the chance of frightening ifc Now let us be consistent Horses as we well know are just as liable to be frightened by sounds as by sights Therefore let us stop its ears 1 really wonder that ear stoppers have never come into use They could be made exceedingly ornamental and might be adorned like the blinker with the coat of arms or at least the crest of the owner I may mention that several of the great English firms adopt a similar mode of treating the horse to thst whieh is employer by the one tha1 we have described But I mention a parÂ¬ ticular firm because I have inspected its noted London establishment and can therefore speak from personal knowle Ige J - Wood in Youth s mal binders or blinkers -- I 1 1 I There appears no reason why with other luxuries farmers should not drive horses possessing gameness and speed without bringing themselves He Did His Share or their families within- - that circle of dissipation supposed to be bounded Brown Colonel Kosebugle is it true that by the racing track Indeed the you formerly kept a saloon The Summer Style chances are ten to one that the in- Â¬ Colonel Kosebugle Indignantly Xosir pretty girl just home from the sea A troduction of improved horseflesh en never sir but thoughtfully I have done farms and in country villages would side was interviewed by her as much as a private citizen could do to keep many boys at home who without lover on some of the reports which had keep two or three cf them up Texas some of the luxuries of life are tempt Â¬ come to him of her flirtations Sifliwjs Why Frank P sho exclaimed you are ed elsewhere to find their enjoyment The possession of fine horses un Â¬ just too foolish for anything VIII known to the turf for enjoyment pure May be I am he answered sullenly Â¬ and simple is of more common occurrence than the average observer may j sealed n met Try again she said cheerfully suppose Such liorses are to beplaces too in small and unimportant When my husband comes in I will where they lend a wonderful influence have them opened Yes missis he said and turned to the general awaking and stirring up N IT World reluctantly to the task Half an hour of sleepy communities elapsed Mrs Lwent out to look and SHARK CATCHING lo before her bewildered sight there was an immense array of bottles bot Tho Way the Business is Manipulated by tiio Arab tles black as old Tony bottles stand- Â¬ Tit ing lying down bottles everywhere The way the Arabs catch sharks is Ise got out a heap said Tony look- Â¬ very curious and interesting and is ing up awe struck an dey isnt done somewhat similar to playing a heavy coming yit I spect Satan done struck salmon only no rod is used A hook up a whisky field bar I clar to good- Â¬ ness Is just a little skeered and the of soft iron wire is made very shilrp Her Sort of a Doctor become to but I old man looked over his shoulder and baited with a lump of garbage encagedwantone know it you didnt you met George who is your family physician to of those fellows - Just then the man of the house came of some kind usualby a piece of shark Dr Sinoothmau summer and heitwas morostartled- - than hisj too rancid even for a slave and the this Of course did she replied with a What that infernal numbskull How I wife does it happen you employ him which is small and very slackly frank smile ife might be nitro glycerine i you line And do you expect me to stand that She Oh its some of my wifes doings is wound round for some little k spun r know JT sort of thing went to see him about a cold in her headl Good heavens and if he brokfl distance from the hook with thin Why Frank how you do talk You wear another one with his spade we should all go tc sheet lead both to protect it from the know that was only a summer resort eu- - and ho recommended that she glorvsupplemented the husband teeth of the fish and to act asa sinker Presently a little odd figure was es Â¬ and the other end is made fast to a EC in pied coming along the sandy road It huge calabash which acts as a float was the gossip and of When a shark takes the bait he tows the settlement and she was coming the calabash about but can not sink She and it for any length directly to the L mansion fisher- Â¬ Tony made their appearance together men set off after of timeinand the canoe him tlieir the latter with despair written-- on his and when they get hold of the line they 1 Tv eyeballs play with their captive until he is actu Â¬ Tse done digging said the old ally drowned was now man shaking his head mournfully on the hook The shark that a tartar was proving ill B fellh Ise hecrd o bottles buried up an be- Â¬ and before tho two boats came near witched with souls on der inside I the canoe which was playing him dont like no such work an Ill tank was capsized and the half dozen ye for de pay so fur men who formed her crew thrown Goodness nreservaus vonve found into the water Give way my lads tuose Dottier cried tne new comer uer said the lieutenant and both boats Well dashed away the crews straining every brghb little eyes snapping you are lucky Theres enough for a nerve to save tho swimmers from gagemcnl and that kind never counts for style of bonnet Since then she wont hays regiment already their dangerous position the water keeps Enough of what What is it Cliicayo News literally swarming with sharks and in It took a good deal of persuasion but any other doctor asked Mrs L a few minutes the men were picked up Frank finally surrendered 3fcrc7iant Watched tho Vr0u5 One Why pckles tomatoes ketchup and their canoe righted The English Â¬ Traveler lots o things Them Thomas people men like all their nation fond of Two well dressed women whose kinship that lived here put em up I remem Â¬ sport next went after the float which A DiiTcrence In Boxes could be seen at a glance entered a shopin ber Miss Thomas standin jest there could be seen being towed hither and Look here Mr Grocer said a Hart- London the other day and took seats at tbe where youre a standin now and laugh Â¬ thither a the shark tried to free itself Hows this I get twice as sillc counter The assistant had scarcely ing at the long rows o bottles You from the incumbrance but the Arabs ford citizen see if shed a come back theyd when they saw their intention shouted akeptboarders and she put up enough and gesticulated to prevent them from rv to last for a year But she went for a doing so and a second canoe put off vacation and took sick and died in her from the dhow to assist in playing tho old house on East and 1 did pity her shark With some little trouble the husband so He married a Miss Meek-Â¬ line was again secured and after about ly a year after so he got over it two hours hard work during which most men does and then he went Johnny Shark several times nearly away and he died so I dont see but mastered his captors he was at length them tomatuscs is all yourn I re- Â¬ killed and dragged upon the rocks member he spoke of em fore he the English as he was such a went away an said hed dug an where monster had the curiosity to huge dug an couldnt find out where hs measure him when he proved to be the wi e had put em and she couldnt enormous length of thirty three feet No more I wouldnt for my ten inches This was the largest shark tell come after to use an Im glad she they had ever seen thongh both boats didnlt Lord but aint you lucky had at by the riiven Dont need to put up a pickle not had brutesoais dashedone occasion the ous and on one same whaler when boarding a dhow at The old darky was soon appeased night from the ship had her rudder many huckleberries for a quart as I did commenced his weather report when one of and set to work again I think he ex-Â¬ carried away- by one Gentlemans strawberries Well thats your luck women said the It is my duty to vara tracted sixty or seventy and then Magazine Besides huckleberries are smaller and of you my sister is a confirmed kleptoÂ¬ that went to ivork at the blackberries I course theres more of em in a quart maniac and that you must watch her closesuppose that must bo a good way to Of course but I dont mean that exactly ly After a little while the klep moved An Interesting Discovery preserve them for Mrs L says the I get a bigger dish full of huckleberries along to another seat and the assistant felt catchup is delirious So you see things a quart I do The Paris correspondent of the Lon- Â¬ than well of strawberries forHere Bob it his duty to give her his most vigilant atten-Â¬ can be put away so safely that they Oh I can fix that easy tion Twenty minutes time was consumed An interesting cant be found when wanted Jackson- Â¬ don Telcqraph says and no purchase made and as the women left ville Fla Cor San Francisco Ghroni- - arclueological discovery has been made v atSte Cecile in the department of Vau XL cluse Twelve mounds of incinerated FAST TROTTERS f Q aZSP human remains mixed with cinders o A luxury Which Every and burnt charcoal and marked by Farmer Should Enjoy large stones were found on the land of It is a remarkable fact that while Messrs Pagnol Not far away was a farmers are encouraged in all sorts of stone grave in which fragments of a extravagances by agricultural journals vase that had long been broken by the and societies in stocking their farms fall of one of thestones were picked up with thoroughbred cattle sheep swine as well as a bronze sword in a good The tenant of and poultry they are warned against state of preservation the grave had evidently been a warrior thoroughbred horses notably fast trot- Â¬ but his bones had mouldered in the ters with the same earnestness as dust leaving however portions of the against any moral pestilence A horse skull undecaved A bronze bracelet that can trot a mile under a 240 gait is was likewise discovered The sword give this gentleman a strawberry box of considered the rightful property of pro- Â¬ bracelet and remains were removed to huckleberries That was about a pint and fessional gamblers and an adjunct to Carpentras to be classified with some a half Hartford Post all sorts of wickedness similar discoveries made near the same aiuing a Yacht Ihe arguments against fast trotters place some time ago It was at first are many but the one most often urged believed that the graves dated from the Enthusiastic Young Lady Is that boat the shop the assistant flattered himself ttel is to the effect that a fast horse makes time of Hannibal whose passage of the the Gracie Mr Smith And that the Fan- Â¬ the little woman with the Grecian nose had What a fast man in the corrupt sense of the Rhone was disputed with bravery by ny And that lovely long white thin tried it on the wrong merchant coeeJyT made you watch that person so term last In a word the opinion the old Gaulo Romans of that part of yacht the Heen What pretty names I Do queried a lady who had observed most of prevails that the farmer and his sons France which is now the department pf Kleptomania V ht the maneuvering so soon as they possess a horse of Vaucluse but other circumstances whispered Is that so Why T shoslc VL proud pedigree With promise of great point to their remoter origip have thought the other one needed yor speed aro immediately transferred She bad taken thirty eyes the most from upright honest tillers of the soil Ungrammatical Academicians to jockeys and gamblers with no inter- Â¬ XXI est outside of the turf Another plea A Paris correspondent of a London against fine roadsters on the farm is Cobbett in his that there is more risk and less money newspaper writes to the farmer in the rearing and train grammar loved to quote examples of ing of trotters than in the production bad English from Kings speeches and 01 general purpose ana araic norses re- Â¬ an analogous idea has been carried m Mil markable for size and strength scale That there is a demand at remuner- Â¬ out on a large who by a French testator at Poitou has bequeathed ative prices for heavy horses no one to the Mazarin Library a collection disputes nor is it doubted that horses of Percheron or Clydesdale origin are which it took him years to accumulate valuable animals on any farm but just of 3500 specimens of bad French writ- Â¬ why the5e facts should debar fine road- Â¬ ten by members of the Academy from they name them after their sisters or or 1 1 wSrSrll I sters a place along with other improve Â¬ its foundation to the present day Ths number seems to besmaU and I incline their friends Mr Smith ment in these progressive times does is Mr S Yes Generally after their friends not seem quite clear From an eco- to think a large fieldsameopen for fu Â¬ ture explorers in the mine Sisters very seldom liave pretty names nomical standpoint alone well bred yards of silk and three pounds worik f Y L Have you a yacht Mr Smith trotters are entitled to a place on any Mr S No but I am building one now fringe Excliange A young lady who read that hops progressive mans farm if only for Y L And what is her name breeding purposes inasmuch as fine were being seriously injured by wet Mr I thought of ASprctofisxd carriage and road horses always find a weather declared that no amonnt of calling S She hasnt Ifany would not be vsl nf riiiart nn a wuror and HrrMc Uaafa you her after you ready sale A horse to possess beauty wet weather would prevent her from ashamed of her The best way to lift cider is a ghttaat a style speed and endurance mu be going to a good hop Burlington Tru Fr9 Y L Oh how lovely 1 Hy name is tiio -- Â¬ stay-at-ho- gMk 1 r r Â¬ - 4 - news-monger- rfjr fltL -- Â¬ -- - Â¬ Well-to-D- -- 1 a i 4 MwTy K twJKki J3 Â¬ t-- na tri1ift Ti V J 2 h m i - a - Tke Rasel Greeif eral4 Gets Mixed Lexington Observer assaiar a Vaar 11 as in Harsaar Mr Spencer Cooper the editor of the Hazel GreenHcrala baa been tolxixing- asj ton latel v id his paper indicates that attlte Hasel Green Pasiesce Troys CMHte wan tastier he had a aice time here fcC9 seem to kave mixed drinks on him a little nylever He brings his horoscope to bear upon the fPTTT TTT7T 4 T T u pending political canvass audin naming wnnx circtuauea w 1h- - xae winners mysjar jusj ewy are jh wirwE Triasa it is therefere get the County Attorneyship If wm this TH EST ADVERTISING MEDIUM settles the matter Colonel Allen had bet Â¬ jm aUsfira Kentucky ami the rate are ter lock Iiorns witfi Mr Spurr for County tkehe charged ly ImbI family Rewajtape other Surveyor Anybody that could sight a deaet ia avay dcrt e i Tl - HT 4 T iT i cannon certainly ought to be able to wno J sight a theodolite straight L GlfiEN HEBAID btlie j fcj R r SPENCER XXPER V f - Now if John Oleomargarine Hodges published our article in full the readers of Ms little paper would have HAZEL GREEN KY seen at a glance that our mistake was WEDNESDAY NOV 4 1885 simply an oversight the word attorney following Capt Corbins name as well as Democratic County Ticket- - that of Col Allen Hut admitting that Electkm Fint MoHdar in August 18SC - wc took sumthin while there Johnny Oleomargarine no one who know you For CoHHty Judge will ever accuse you of seeting em up to G us ither mixed or straight even if you do nip a swig on the sly occasionally at For Count v Attorney borne other mans expense JOSEPH C LYiONS mm nrinrt rirj - r Editor had a -- T I i J fr HfimrtUf sar CITSES Di miu anMBMa8iMnriiiuiBn The Covington Commonwealth keeps tMBrtw uimtrntmij wim For Sheriff PUrritcea Kidney up its demand that whoever offers for 4 G T CENTER Governor of Kentucky shall show Mime MAKE nroof of Qualification for the office IX jraw mxox The trustees of Cedar Bluff High FartpirciHt Coart Clerk Bourbon News There is talk of the What has he done to promote the inter- Â¬ School have elected Mrs Prof H P retirement of Assistant Attorney Gener- Â¬ BLOOD ELKLNS and What are the W F ests of the people g MiJjflgg w Iflwttw la wWai Us Thesa pin were a wonderfm discovery No statesmanship are the Bailey as assistant teacher Our school al Good at Washington and of his re- Â¬ evidences or his manner or disease THe lnftnuHOd rumniBdppt plUa For Ascsor Questions unon which it would have is increasing to our infinite delight nd out about them and you win alwayabe tkaakftl 0 placement by Judge William Lindsay as CJaJ eor8entbymalIforalmsaaa nasr a The Attorney General Miss Jennie Greeue of Midway- is of Frankfort iudcred any mans right to the chief of W G W GRUEY t Sheridans Condition fees lay Powder is absolutely fice in the State The Commonwealth now attending tl e school at t as place could hardly select an abler of more ca- Â¬ It car pure ana highly con sad For Jailer holds up the same standard for inferior She is a charming young ladyand will pable associate in the work of the legal eentrated One ounce or Be is worth a sound of wei2b GEORGE W DRAKE department of the government Judge offices which gives it the right to criti- make a Steal Steele any other kind It is N W cir Pearl and Walnut r strictly a medicine to Lindsay is esteemed one of the finest and ftee cize the shortcomings of anybody elected T A Repass will start to Bel fat Mills For Surveyor f Sold everywhere or sent by maxl forC5 casta im On the other Russell county Va in about two weeks clearest headed lawyers in the South upon any other basis hand is the Frankfort Yeoman which to teach school at that place O ax oaaa oy express prepaxo tor j j H BURNS KASH made use recently of the expression We whq has H P Clark of For Coroner would infinitely prefer a stick to a Re- Â¬ been in Virginia foryour State returned KENDALL HOUSE toinetime publican the inference beingr that the homelast week FIELDEN COX Corner Maix and Prestossburq Srsr worst man in its own party had better be WITH - DEALER IX WEST LIBERTY KY J A Repass has been employed to elected to an office than the best man in For County School Superintendent an other party The Yeomans past teach the school at Grays Branch Mrs E C Kendall - Proprietress JOHN 31 ROSE Steele who has been very ill course has shown too that the question Patton The table is supplied with the best the of who is the best man in its own party with fever is now convalescing market affords Experienced hand in charge advertisements inserted must give way to the question of who frTrnsient Martha Scott IMPOKTERS AND JOBBERS OP at 75 cents per inch first insertion and 25 has the party nomination It is only her erv severe inslowly recovering from of stable Charges reasonable HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY Garkey illness insertion cents an inch each subsequent necessary to mention that the Yeoman is keeps constantly on hand a full assokteent of Dry the organ of the administration party in STATE NEWS Breathitt AuoHcenicnt the State to explain why there is no dis- Â¬ Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready mmd Clothing Third Race and We Are authorized to announce B M tinctive State policy today and why so Louisville Commercial It is asserted Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware COMBS a candidate for the office of Surwy little progress is made by Kentucky as a j that in one Cincinnati precinct sufficient Union Stbeets or of Breathitt county subject to the action whole Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ fraud is shown to control the election of of the Democratic party The mistake made in the election of fourteen CINCINNATI O of ies Stoves and Farming Implements Dr Blackburn as Governor on a mere Fourteen members any the Legislature THE- Legislature can votes in Â¬ There lias been- much talk about a rail wave of sentiment resulted in filling hold the ballance of power in the election In fact everything usually kept iu a first class country store and at BOTT03T PRICES HATS CAPS GLOVES Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due me all kinds of with trouble the waning vears of a very of a United States Senator so road to tap this country and that one that it is Country Prodnce and Live Stock of every description must and will come before another de worthy gentleuan whose only fault was apparent what an immense influence in his life work had not trained him the councils of the nation may that S Co result cade there can be no doubt in the mind for affairs of State The sitting GovernThe Old Reliable of any intelligent man The immense or was elected upon no issue in State af- Â¬ from comparatively insignificant local frauds There are demands already for amount of coal of all kinds to be found fairs nor has he since developed any pol- Â¬ the abolition of the national Senate and public An admin- it is onlv necessary for the people to be- Â¬ in this section the great quantity and icy of benefit to the head DEALER in istration without a cannot be ex- superior quality and variety of timber of rutA in lirinrr fnrtfi nvtliinrr ini1 AV come a little better convinced of their 1 Comer Pearl and Vine Cincinnati would voice in the all kinds the fine coking coal and iron Knotts term of office will go into the lack of a this demand election of Senators here express their thanks for past favors to to cause to be enforced ore to saj nothing 01 tne prospect we history of the State as the most lifeless all their old customers and still ask a conLouisville Commercial Mr c must bring us period is in this generation although the has subscribed 1000 to the Cleveland have for silver lead tinuance of hcir trade campaign branch reforms in every ripe a railroad at no distant day While we State publicfor We always keep a good stock and Uncle service It is to prevent a fund for Hill in New York which conof the MT STERLING KY NO 10 MAIN STREET more we are repetition of such experiences that the vinces the Graphic of the soundness of Jim Faut with his good looks will at all possess all these things and his Democracy times be ready to wait upon you yet too poor to build a railroad The Covington paper demands to know be-Â¬ just two per cent It happens that this is in of his salary the rate MT fore Gen Buckner for instance shall be citizens of Montgomery should own a CLOCKS FROM ONE 100 DOLLAR UP Governorship he pro- Â¬ fixed by Jay Hubbell in sissessing governrailroad f ro this section to Mt Sterling pledged the for the State inwhat event of ment clerks for Republican campaign poses to do the and the people of that county should see his election The marble bust of Andrew funds Docs not the Presidents action 75 Eight Day Clock 3 75 to it that we have one The Kentucky Jackson in the State house can pose there show him rather to be following in Re-Â¬ and Album Eight Day Clock publican footsteps 9 00 SOLID SILVER WATCHES and South Atlantic can be purchased we with as much dignity as a dozen live FOUNDRY Bruce Champ of the Bourbon News salary If Tim Strtt CinHnnaH Ohi Â¬ Governors and without any Silver Plated Spoons I 00 presume and if it can be Mt Sterl- we are to have another Governor to do publishes the following two remedies for A SMITH ALLISON j22SParticular attention paid to Repairing Call and see rav goods ing can be the Golden Gate City to nothing it vould be cheaper to substitute neuralgia 1 Grate and mix horseradish The typa on which this paper U prinlad la from ihe above foundry Xdito a Herald in vinegar the same as for table pur-Â¬ No other road in the State the marble statue JOHN W the East Personally there is not a better man in poses and apply to the temple when the now does or could ever dot the business Gen Buckner and his war face and head is affected or to the wrist GREENWADE HOUSE ESTABLISHED IN in freights that such a road would com- the State that a sufficient qualification when the pain is in the arm or shoulder record ma be F RENCHBURG KY The Trustees of this institution have mand from the time it wis built If judged by past standards Gen Buckner 2 Apply equal parts of camphor cloro J attain secured the bervices of Prof N 1J Â¬ every short horned farmer in Montgom- may even have ideas on current and fu- - torm aconite and aiconoi it win re Dr Geo W Moore Proprietor ItAYS and the third term will commence the purchase ture atlairs wnich will nt nun most aa lieve and not take off the skin AUGUST 318T 1SS5 and continue ten 10 ery county would donate OF MT office of Governor but ofNU Lexinirton Observer Thinrs nil- Irwilr J The tabic is supplied with the beat in money of a bull calf towards a railroad mirably for the nave O o the market and the charges are reasonable- - months Green is the most desirable locaHazel not oecn mrorraeo favorable for cettinc- the Capitol to Lex tnis tne people r v Total Assets of Agency to this section and the county would Proctor Knott icmored all invitations to mgton tion in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky rankfort is havinc waterworks A WODROFFE1 and noted for the advantages it has in 31000000 00 1S61 London and Lancashire 1885 Royal of Liverpool tax of one percentum per discuss State questions during his can- Â¬ and if those people down there should vote a property churches temperance socictv 1836 Liverpool and Loudon of Liverpool 9260000 00 office and the people have been get to fooling with water and contract a annum lor three years this section vass for and health and Globe of England 36S75000 00 1810 Hartford of Hartford 4541240 0 shown the mistake of accepting too much habit of drinking it the next legislature Mereau- This school presents advantages which 1S09 North British would make ML Sterling second to no on k49 Springfield ot Springfield 2585833 C0 The same mistake may be would move to Lexington in a body betrust are not equalled in the Suite in many par33301000 00 1863 iremens Fund of Cali- til of England LEXINGTON KY town in the State All of our products made by electing another Govarnor with- Â¬ fore they got ticulars and its future is destined to work a 1794 Ins Co of North America half through the session fornia 1473025 00 Office Treacy which will be felt Wilsons Stable Calls would be emptied into her lap and from out knowing his policy in advance The of Philadelphia 1254SS9 90 B Richmond has been appointed attended at throughout Central and Eastern good to our country for both tuition and 1710 Sun Fire OfliceofLondon 971096 33 1863 Northwestern NationaL J Terms reasonable 53l3000 00 Iin0 Niagara of New York 1874035 GO there find its way to other markets but election of any man merely upon his war postmaster at Hindman in Knottcoun Kentnckr to board For terms fcc applv to 1782 Phenix of London 53Syl 46 1S05 Boatmans Pittsburg 411499 0 record is to invite a continuance of a ty in place of P Allen not until Mt Sterling had collected her Prof N B HAYS Principal Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and wdl knowa lame revenue system a lifeless condition C tolls Let us have the railroad by all of schools a lethargy in the administra corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental companies being dear at anrprice OUR BATH LETTER The beat policies arc always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as tker means tion of justice and a postponement of a B LODGING HOUSE would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds in trust Look to qnalitv as tha new constitution and a decent State Reynolds vi lle Bath Co Kv N E Corner 5th and Jefferson In the primary in this county between capitol paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully j HOFF3CAN WITH October 26th 1885 LOUISVILLE KY Hon J M Kash and Col L M Day At Traders mid Deposit Bank Office Editor of The Hazel Gkeen Hekald Charter lcclilliiig Munt Stop Entrance on nth up Ftairs for Commonwealths Attorney the latter Louisville Post Dear Editor Allow me a short space M WlllTKMAN Night Clerk received a majority of 35 votes and will The necessity of putting a stop to legÂ¬ in your valuable paper Times arc very B F MCCORMICK J 3f Cox therefore go before the district conven- Â¬ islative jobbery and charter brokerage is hard in this part of the country Fat WHOLESALE MODEL PLAWN6 WLL tion on the 27th of this month as the manifest and imperative Ihe first workÂ¬ hogs are selling at S3 per cwt and other done by the General Assembly of Ken- stock iu about the same proportion choice of Wolfe for that important office tucky so soon as it meets again should Wheat sowing is about over and corn In Sheep Russia and Turfcey Binding President of the Great Dry MrKash was pessonally our choice but be to so revise the rules of both Houses gathering will soon be the order of the McCORMICK LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL CO wc shall give Col Day our undivided or if requisite to a complete suppression day Corn is selling at 15X a barrel 729 731 and 733 John A Carter Manufacturers of aHd Dealers fa irrs Dr O S Kash and little son of James O Carte support and do all wc can to secure his of the practice adopt additional rules Tails What Ha Kntwi of MAIN STiiEirr D A r orline view to render of this Nicholas county are visiting relatives in with Rofgk nomination CoL Day will make a good kind the which we have attempts recent this neighborhood Drtsstwl Ijwiw Una Jo C Bethel of had such LOUISVILLE KY prosecutor and by the race he ran in and nauseous experience impotent J G Carter Jr Â¬ Candidates are numerous in this counSASDT BLLNDS this county against perhaps the strong- Â¬ Not a session of the Legislature has ty Many hearts have been made glad H SMOCK est man in it he has demonstrated his passed for years without the enactment of late by the announcement that a man WITH AXO ALL KINDS OF BuiLDWC MaTERIAX- you is of private statutes in- Â¬ ability to win in the district He is wel 1 of a multitude make the blackmailing of wishes to see to buy The first thought or that he wants your hogs sheep tended either to T STERLING KY Co known all over the district as an able established interests an easy matter or to cattle You rush forward with face Loowthj or CouixJoTmAt lawyer a christian gentleman and sober aid individuals in extracting subsidies aglow with smiles thinking of what you Dr Orrica tks Wholesale Dealers in WtnUrgmitk Ulits Win Fn at Miss M S Ikfls will buy for your wife and children discreet citizen and will find enough from the public for private gain Sir I wsir a rata I baya observed fas Yaltia of yoar rssotdy prompt imagine your when you Three fourths the railroad charters The Unabridged in now supplied at a small ad Â¬ A fiHe black kid glove at 165 Lit- friends in the convention on the 27th of which aregrantedofare never meant by the but quaint words surprisea candidatehear many years thareplyto your rsqasst what ktioa ia ditional cost with PEXiaOH g kids 1 Jior 4 battea Silk and Lisle thread the for ing rue to say Curs The prWats assurances of its I am of voiir Chill this month to give liiin the nomination ncorporators or the members of theLeg the office of assessor PJLTEKT REXXREXCE DfDEX - gloves in black aad colors Rackiags is or some other ffieacv 1 had aad tha aood results of its effects I The greatest improvement in bock making that crepe liyss aad aaslin nafelia at 25 ceats a more W isiature who introduce them and effect county office Then the good old tiller h nlirrtdon MrhaR beanHcrcdithwhoror oSficc lias been made in a hnndrod years forcmaa of say box Infants ataelia boaaets 50 ceaks ap than fifteea We are constantly in receipt of fruit their passage to be really used for the of the soil drops his head and his poor induced me yeari it i say faasUT The result Tho Cut gives but an incomplete idea of i is utility Coneta ia great test to variety Plated Jewelry ia f rat case was have beea entirely satisfactory THE STAXDAM of various iinds and of the finest qual- Â¬ construction of new roads but are intend- Â¬ heart sinks within him as hejicknowl of two years standing in which TI believe every pias and eardrop ia sets from 1 aj Lace Webster it hat llSww Wards pins Mourning Jewelry ia sets freat 5 e the means of obtaining edges that the gentlemans opponent had beea tried with temporary reity from our friends in this section for ed merely as railroad corporations al- called him out of the field yesterday and known remedyreturning periodically and scsmtagty 715 and 717 West Main Street 3006 XBgravinaa and a Aw up Collar battoBs 30 to 50 cts money from liefthe chills severity Your cure broke them at ia gold aad llioarrapklcal JJlctiosutrr which we are very thankful We enjoy ready in existence and in active opera- Â¬ procured his promise to vote for him with increased Between 7th and 8th Standard in Govt Printing Office wlver Silver Rhiae stoae corabs 375 to thcat has beaa 33eoe copies in Public School W00 Hair ornaments la geld saver shell fruit of all kinds such little acts of tion In nine ces out of ten they pro- You return to the house with a gloorpy once and there months bo recurrence ofwaa offor LOUISVILLE KY a Tha other case wore than six Sale 20 to 1 of any other series and jet Gold necklaces 3 to 5 each to other yielded mora kindness show that our humble efforts to vide for the building of parallel roads look upon your face and remark to your milder form and chills would readily interval aid tomakoa Family- intelliavnt Coral bracelets return at remedies r but the wife The Host help for SCHOUtKit satchels 1 up25 ets per pr Ladies hmmd comes off Oct 31st countries C1D give the people a paper worthy of them through traffic to which supply barely and I guess primary will then have some util your medicine was used since which time JLU B GREEN All kinds of kair werkr TKAC11KK3 and SCHOOLS enough a man support a road already witil done to bow several months they have entirely disappeared Wh tr Is Standard Authority vith tho V S at 50 cts order Braids made frea conbiags are appreciated and last though by no running The new line if built will not rest Judge Ido not From the opportunity I have had to A Farmer WHITE GREEN k HUFFAKER per ounce We sell braids aa4e Suprasne Court Kccommondcd bv tho fKate hesitate to eapres m belief that your Chill Cure Wholesale Dealers in means least the attention of capitalists pay but may seriously impair the busi Â¬ Santa of Schools in 3G States andby over M from lone evea hair at 33 to promiaa grav 5 ta is a valuable ipecific and performs all you Ceuega President Dr Chcnnult Vindicated rdera y lnfl promptly atteaded U Very xereetfully for it f10 will be directed to this section as a fruit ness and the value of the property of Upper LXXXXGTX KI Clark County Democrat W N HALDKMAK A UBHART IX XTSZXaT line The projectors hope XJ UIVC w est Main Street producing country Can Wolfe Breath- Â¬ the establishedsell The latest edition in the ouantity of matter H Lexing- Â¬ therefore to out to the owners of The asylum investigation at B Green contains a believoa to be the laraeat volume itt Powell Morgan and Menifee be sur- Â¬ the established line to reap a profit out ton which has caused considerable ex- Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY published It has 30wO more Word iu its voHigh A Huffaker J cabulary than are found in any other Am Dtcty VabiaUi Salt passed in the amount of fruit produced of their iears to make them buy their citement in local circles has resulted as Rev Jonx J Dickey Principal begins and nearly 3 times the number of Engravings TUCK E peace one ousiness conditions nrougnt we expected in the thorough vindication its sixth term August 4th 1885 Students G1 taking the acreage planted into consid I offer for sale the farm kaawa aa tk practical CaclisklMctieaarj It la the bestLondon WITH can enter at any time Instrumental music Quarterly Mexiea extant Holderby place We doubt it and any horticul- Â¬ about by such practices are unhealthy of Dr Chenault the Superintendent is taught Board at very reasonable rates ation and demoralizing in the extreme So far Ever since the removal of Dr Bullock tLOOM wL1S ITH TACHAU ft CO It la aa ever preaast aad reliable aeheal turist who will come here and investi from furnishing the efficient and salutary by Gov Knott there has been a general A Library of 500 volumes recently donated Htraid saatar to tie whals fasaily Containing friends and the Jofcki rs if Ctathkig 6 A C MEHJUAM 4 CO Pubrs 8priagfield Maaa lying gate for himself will endorse our opinion competition which regulates rail trans- wrangle occasioned principally bv by free to students principals private libra- Mart icttfics aDes bela sr Haeel ry The schools past reGreen on the stater road This r kae ea portation within due bounds and which friends ot Dr Bullock and persons ieal cord is its best assurance for the future Main St LOUISVILLE KY 642 and 6U W T CASKEY H y PIERATT it Wanted Fifty thousand Swiss and the community desires it absolutely de-Â¬ our of Dr Chenault It will be remem- Â¬ 73 and 75 Wooster St NEW YORK A cmI Â¬ Pram Dw lttn Nlffheet Henec perman families to come to Wolfe and stroys it It teaches the railroad compa-Â¬ bered that Dr Chenault was first ap-Â¬ aaawras nies to bribe competitors oft the track pointed by Governor McCreary on acx- - VAUGIIN containiago reoa besides kitckea aa4 dim J S 8 COMBS WorUP Exposition lierneighboriBg counties and plant vine Â¬ instead of making rates to meet real and count ot his medical skill and ability to lag room There is a geed well ef Sae waÂ¬ T ter and fine spriaw wkiek yield aa aba S yards Good citizens of all other nation- Â¬ legitimate rivalry aaastHaWBlfF preside over such an institution and also HAZEL GREEN KY COMBS daace of par ateck water aa orekard ef discourages the investment in really because of his being a resident of Madi-Â¬ Â¬ It alities are also invited Those who un DEALERS IX 60 bearing apple trees ef aceeried-- winter DEALEES IS Mc- Â¬ derstand grape culture will find our cheap needed enterprises of the capital which son county the home of Governor man and summer frait yettag aad tkriHy- - geed might be forthcoming to consummate Creary He proved to be the right 0DGAH0N EW at W8 SMITH ef tha though rich lands a profitable invest Â¬ them by the constant threat of Staple and Fancy 6roctnis barn and oat baUding aboat 18w acres ef COMWEIICIAL COLLEGE in the right place but was succeeded by bottom land ia reed state ef eakfratiea t AND UVE STOCK OF ALL KINDS Dr Bullock an intimate friend of Gov- Â¬ Kentucky University ment and w --6 the coal measure soil set Ky exaction acres of whick u now ia cent 99 acres ef Marion Streets oactn atuaaats of every kind and description also improved tableland and the rental a wr induces a wioe spreaa demoraliza- Â¬ ernor Blackburn At the expiration of afo vaeauaadan Tim any was4ar durtnc tha vaar Cor Main and in grapes this country would present the tke fma Diploma Boltaaai it -ailtis CAMPTON KY acres timbered of wkksk 163 acres k eever- AvcraCS total Governor Blackburns administration Uuo abast 10 vrU swara is a ruiuy awe taclafU Tai- the meanest aaa mma thrifty appearance as the vine clad tion which substitutes of chicauery and and after Governor Knott was installed Car ki Mcu aad Type WtitiBgacialttaaxciaarapajr A FULL LINE OF SADDLERY HARlc aad pelac sea FaeaograpfeT JQtararr and corrupt species most xerT rich and prodaeUveMdwMlarlad wkk NESS ETC ETC Coots tree Ladlaa rrid Ofrr aooo iillis of Germany and France worst form of speculation for as Governor Dr Bullock was asked to Oraduatas Otar MO pallia ton vaar from U la aaawasfwl the U jaart at from nium taatraciioa anutUallr aad tadliMaaUr Fin iMrwMwM Oawrf healthy persistenl business energy and resign and make way for a better man laiarM4 br 10 ttaeaan Spaetelis cearaa jar Tcacktrr aadaaai HAZEL GREEN KY CASH we will sell GOODS Priee 4500 H eswk and raai4cr in to iu radaaua a Oleoraargarine Hodges in the Lex effort--eflof the kind which really Governor Knott through no preference TU lias TJaivaratty Diploma prewaud aadaadrtj aad bcauliral city It eWd Kt IU bealtalalaaa CPEAPER THAN ANY MAN one aad two year mmmi given at aa iigto Daily Observer is getting up a develops prosperity and benefits the of locality chose to appoint a man whom U Vb leadisc raUroadfwhlca nwelred tte BUarat avarf at tl once on reasonable terme Fxs94minnfr Text Book he knew to be satisfactory and after due Worlds Xxposition for Iu Kxtretire Practical and Coos 5Makcsand repairs all kinds of Fanning Thanking our many customers for public jeat little paper quite a breezy sheet nst to purehe can eallea H CtHwtmJ or 1 trrhenaiTe i af Hailnrtt Education uacd oaly at tJa But these legislative methods are not deliberation and thorough investigation College It at the esaatrrt CaHtfa withistha alakmt aadanr Tools Bujrgies and Wagons lavors we nope to merit a continuance of W O Mb at Hajel ec Me cyclenely wiadv we rninht sav but confined to the passage of railroad char- - again honored Dr Chenault with the po Â¬ swat aad gnaraaters nocew ia baiiaesa to m dmrrrlar eradS- Horse Shoeing rill feceire especial atten the same uespecttullv Stanten ewH eeaftr JCv StVf f r eircaiara an ran vanicniara nnamm in rrrtiaeni 4AftArijtfikvrnMr I t n Iia HIHV This appoint- CASREY PIERATT May 27 185 I iers and the amendment thereto They sition of Superintendent WIXSTTB S SMITH Lexington Xy- - tion 4r44T TTVJVM y UU ii rir For CoHHtv CoHrt Clerk DAVID HOGG V The Choice lor Governor Louisville Commercial arc directed to other matters affect other ment greatly enraged a number of the THE JOHN SH1LUT0 COMPANY i department of businetw permeate tne old asylum commissioners wno Jtept up wnoie ncia OI commercial ana muusinui lhuch itrnuie uarnuijcue mi nicy were Wholesale and BeUil Dealers in investment Lvery man wno nas n thrownwerboard and a new set of Com oroccupar missioners placed in their stead The money employed in any lorm tion which tne blackmailer can reacBls old Commissioners backed by a number s mercv and must pay him his of influential friends have kept up a continual howling ever since They have price persisted in charrintr the wresent Super VIRGINIA intendent with innumerable offences un Â¬ til forbearance ceased longer to be a virTazewell County Itera for The Herald tue and he demanded an investigation of Cedar Bluff Oct 25 A jolly so Â¬ said charges which resulted as every un- Â¬ cial was given the young folks of Indian prejudiced individual surmised Race Seventh George Streets by Mr H E Maxwell and lady on the Dr Chenault has perhaps done more nnrht of the 21st inst A quiltine pre for the Eastern Kensucky Lunatic Asy- Â¬ O ceded the social which rendered it more lum than any other Superintendent who enjovable to the boys and more relished preceded him He managed the finances by tfie girls wbo quilted so faithfully to better made more necessary improveget it out and finally finished it with a ments and all in all given general satis- Â¬ small space left which was quilted by faction and a better man for the place them learning the boys how to quilt their would be hard to find in this Common- Â¬ DEALERS IX names that night your correspondent be-Â¬ wealth We are glad indeed that the ing one of the instructors kickers have been completely downed again T A Repass made a corn shucking the other day and promised the young Young JWea Read ThU shuckers a social that night but they The Voltaic Belt Company of Mar- Â¬ failed in getting it then Last night they had the pleasure of realizing their shall Mich offer to send theircelebrated Quite a crowd Electro Voltaic Belt and other electric corn shucking social was present and all deserve credit for appliances on trial for thirty days to W their nice behavior This is true for men young or old afflicted with nervous your correspondent was an eye witness debility and all kindred troubles Also O Mrs Hester Spotts and his daughter for rheumatism neuralgia paralysis and many other diseases Complete restora Carrie from Jefferson ville are the guests POLLARD of Mrs Dr James Peery Miss Carrie tion to health and vigor guaranteed is JS o G H DEAN KITE al- Â¬ has been employed as music teacher in risk is incurred as thirty days trial Â¬ Cedar Bluff High School and will make lowed Write then at once for illusImporters and Jobbers trated pamphlet free a break to morrow at--hi- 1 DRY GOODS 1 DEALERS JTF ijw 2- DAY KY IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE 5 HAZEL GREEN Â¬ CARPETING Cincinnati business u e feel justified in asserting to the trade both Wholesale and Retail 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 neeil including Carryin stock the LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF GENERAL MERCHAN Â¬ DISE IN EASTERN KENTUCKY Having the experieaee of mttnv years in OHrline ef Â¬ LYTLE CO DRY GOODS NOTIONS CLOTHING Boots Shoes Hats Caps Drugs Groceries Queensware Hardware Saddlery Cutlery taken in exchange for Goods or in settlement of Notes and Accounts J T x STYour trade is respectfully solicited Lssf Tobacco Live Stock and all kinds Country Produce JAx Boots and Shoes 96 Pearl St CINCINNATI JOHNSOPANODYNE INIMfcN T1IIbIIIIII Ikll I V rp I J steU Lauasiww - I lBalllBnirBnklT P vCrc- y A J mVftV rxwr v Qoieensware PARSONS PILLS g - Glassware c Â¬ - MAKE HENS Cincinnati UYK aaW8SEri3C J P ROGERS G B SWANGO Louis Stix Co GENERAL MERCHANDISE JOI R BEAN Goods and Notions - Â¬ W Dickinson -- Â¬ HATTER Main Street STERLING -- FIKST-CLASS- HAT HOUSE JOHN W JONES Â¬ Watches Jewelry alii SuKrware Largest Stock of Clocks Â¬ Eastern Kentucky Â¬ KENTUCKY TYPE lit FBAN1IIN CALL AND SEE JONES Â¬ Hazel Green Academy 1845 The Leading Insurance Agency STERLING KY -- -- Â¬ i v- - i- H Sunday-- Sf43848780 80 Veterinary Surgeon F FRITZ schools Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ E ROBERTS Carter Bros I J i Co W N HA1DEMAN WEBSTERS UNABRIDGED Goods and Notions cox WINTEBSMITHS ni CHILL CURE 1 J Davis Mallory Â¬ DRY GOODS NOTIONS And Fancy Goods Â¬ Â¬ GET I Â¬ - Boots and Shoes 1 I V w Jackson School Â¬ Fan fir Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 423 Acrs Caiskey M VAUGHN Pieratt try ever-recurri- ng I to General Merchandise J T PIERATT -- Lingtn J J brt BLACKSMITH j Â¬ Ga JJ ajMieV-uigaed- -at -- 5 -- V -- 5 F - H S - - -- i -- - st Ax -- all nwninniwujumiiiTfUMi iicii gasagjgen juijjjuiiujajugymj x - e3W - 9 - - MVWiNe - A br T tS y rt HffiSL fiiffiEjDGEKALD f a Tssr Ahnys 1r Acrance JirjMlsr I 1 -- rj- r EASTERN rKENfUCkV NEWS BY wountaineer whose exploits in thcold jyiey nave uwnnisnea a neauiuui-u-polaaaCOUNTIES vEv will hay e the qharch entirely e have been excelled by his re WrMitxrrepdeiitIiievcrrtuei coniDietea in a iew weess Life mc m iiie eoiifttis iif Wolfe Xor-- centcreer as a pension shark is on trial fore a good of jniK JSreathkt Alenifee 3Lngoffin Pow- - J0011 in tne etierai court Afflicted AND - ell Ellwtt EsF Perry and Piovd- - In tuigentjury The preliminary steps this place to Miss Janie Kefiett near t Also 0ct 29 near Corn Jefiersonville tact 4tc every poJLt in tne mountains in the trial were related in the Post last WOLFE COUNTY evening This morning the testimony well Frank Crouch to Miss MaryRoth WrH for term adepts a These spring are locafed three quarters s -was begun Alf Little is a well fed well of a mile froni the beaajifal town f Uaael i trfnri cltAfiliarui mGreen Tia imcr coa teles a larger prr uiuau iiviumticu ciitiii comfortably and Stilwateb Oct 28 Died Oct 24 ft Our school under Prof Hifner is suc- TIME TABLE neatly dressed with heavy jaws and Wm Kose son of James Kose on Jracei eeaine to the entire satisfaction of all centage ofires tfeaa any tker water Ichsw South Atlantic Railway broad side whiskers Save for a pair of Fork of Stillwater after a protracted ill feeace it Is theswt valwAle is tke cure f the patrons lnere are w enrolled pu- Â¬ disease need iaterslly er esteranilr time 22 minutes slower ihan lit cold brutal looking eyes he would pass ness tie leaves a wne ana mree enn pils with a daily attendance of above StaUrl Aihohit the xaasr lMfes wkick Sesh is Sterling time as quite a good looking man He sits by dren together with a host of friends to 70 heir to and for whlek this wsdkd water leaves Mi Sterling at 7 a m arriving the side of his attorney Col Sam McKee mourn their loss He had been a mem- Â¬ K I is known to be a positive and pemianeat M Oliver at iLothwell at 540 a m constantly writing as if taking notes of ber of the Baptist church for a snort of JMasons at attended the Grand Lodge core are the fbllowisg Louisville last week jind Xe 2 leaves RkJth well at ila xn arrives at the testimony forf uture use Little hy CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SKIN time 33t Sterling at Rh50 a in visited friends in Fayette andWoodford DISEASE SCROFULA CA-- Perry Taylor who moved from your counties 1 Xe 3 leaves Mt Sterling at 140 p nu ar no means bears out in appearance Jiis reputation ns s desperado While incus town says he feels better since he came TARRH RHEUMATIS3t rives atjtothwell at 320 j m IF LAnA KmlaB aK AftA i nl Uk 3ie leavesKothWeltatS p m arrives tody Here lie has demeaned himself very to Stillwater He speaks well of the NEURALGIA NER filler was killed has been notified to quietly at ML Sterling at 530 p in CL twl fripnds in TTazel Green VOUSNESS l - MT leave the country and we understand he Xe 2 connects alML isterlins with 1103 a We appehda few of tke kaBtlredsef iesr The way the case started out it lookeJjjjLThe children of J N Chambers who has gone hu h4 loi p m trains on C O vail tray as if it was going to last a year tinionials whick have beea teaderedas t for Lexington Cinciunati and Louisvillc- - TL M Kelly the pension agent was the UillC UC1U vttvi- the effieacy of this water ia disease 0 r W Frisbie the Jailer is working J yo 2 coaaects at Mt Sterling with 1105 a- thought to be out of danger One lady writes I aa so tkaafsl to tke first witness placed on tlie witness stand idlv aiid are l nrifn rt R Tk ttnan cirt several persons on tlie public roads in 4 0 frouj the East and UG xa train en fT r Great Giver of all Blessings tkat I tried xu mc i p w train xrom Louisville and Cincinnati and the prisoners attorney oojectea to 7 t w t payment of fines recently imposed Swango Springs Freely do I give all tke aMontgomery county court day special nearly eyery question asicea me case UCt ZUl a gin wmc nuew ii oj Lf HL Hackney has purchased J C time and money spent there for tke aaltk I j3avs leaves Rotwell oa the 3rd Monday in each thus dragged along wearily enough Col Roe a boy stock of goods and will continue and strength I now enjoy month at 730 a in-- arriving at MtT Sterling Kelly identified the pension vouchers in A gentleman of Illinois sayst I tklak tke Why dont your correspondent on the business at his old stand at 9 a w-- lleiarning leaves Mt Sterling at the case of liachel 3IcIntosh The Grassy write We would like to hear water of Swango Springs did we sere good Osborne has entered into a part- 3 p iil arriving jM Rothwell at fcSO p m amount of the pension due the pen- Â¬ from there than all the nostrums I have ever tried X DEALERS IX- ersliip with J F Greer in the mercan leaves Rothwell forjMt Sterling at Z p ni sioner was 2413o7 The checks in last will certaiulvbe witfa voa again aextspriag Corn husking is the profitable pastime tile business here GEO B HARPER Supt jRefebences R 15 Smith J G Trimble March were sent to Hazel Green until now indulged by the farmers of this secP L Reese Mt Sterling Kv F Mlliakle Johnathan Whitaker has just returned witness was informed that she had not re- - tion 3rs F M Ilinkle Win Qarke PIbbi Lick A1 V J from a visit to relatives in Floyd county HAZEL GREEN KY ceiveu uiem iv lines men nounea il j Ky hogs has found his Farmers are gathering their cornwhich A large hotel is now beinsbuitrwMck WEDNESDAY NOV 4 1SS5 banks in Eastern Kentucky to stop theiTV H 3 aQveruscu - nu j iutuui rwnicn were yields fully up to their expectation will afford ample accommodation to visitors checks jToot Forfurther information is reisrd to board Sole Agents for the World Renowned J M Rose has returned from the city The testimony in regard to the McinHAPJIISONWAXGO caddrcs where he bought a nice lot of goods LOCAL o tosh case occupied the whole morning 771 Hazel Greea Ky Or this office o The story is briefly that by means of a We love to get that newsy little paper 3Sariba Oct 30 Rev Marion Stam- Â¬ TJkcle Dave Hob W 0 Mize is attending Campton forged order Little obtained four checks called The Hkrald per of Hawkinss Branch this county OB NUNNELLY for 241337 due Mrs Mcintosh as pen- Â¬ court this week representing the Reform Church has WTTH sion money Mrs Mcintosh herself tes- Â¬ Gillmore Ky Oct 25 Well Miss been holding a protracted meeting at Born Tothe wif Harmon Swanso tified thct the pension claim purporting Uncle Remus is James H Vest Laurel Spring Marion has been doing boy on Saturday Oct 31st CO to be signed by her she had never signed GnrkevI have been rightly informed you agood work Nine persons united with and if The names of the witnesses signed were are a daughter of R F C If so I went the church May the goood work go on Judge G B Swangois attending court Gross and Grifieth She said she had not to school with vour father at Mouth of fi WHOLESALErSADDLERY J H Lovelace went to Montgomery t Cmpton tins week seen thee parties for a year although Pnnmliiur Mills Branch I have been last wees ana Dougnt su nne oouiauowu the certificate bore date or last spring have been post- Â¬ Enitli little daughter of Win Lusk An order was exhibited instructing the living here for 15years jit Gillmore and ewes at 250 per head Uncle Harve Maaufacturers of J L Dnnlap years was well pleased with his trade J B Dunlap whose illness wts reported last week is postmaster at Jackson to pay Mrs Mcln master for eight bond for four years recently executed W G Barrett Saddles Harness c Rev Mr Newman of the Methodist improvingij tosh pension to Alf Little- - Mrs Mc- Â¬ more Please tell me in your next letter if v v Church preached to a large congregation intosh said she had 72S and 730 anil dealers ia The Misses Lulie and Lillie Day of signed any such order never written or I am right as to who you are at the Baker school house last Sunday W Main St tliis place are visiting their grand pa J We anticipate a wedding in this com- Â¬ qL Born To the wife of Henry Sallee a Saddlery Hardware John Gross and James Grifleth both long if there isany sign G Trimble t ML Sterling 7 testified that their names signed to the munity beforeoeiiry is nappy anu una uig uoyi of a goose nest in seeing a gander stand plenty of brandy to drinki LOU7SYILLE KY Mrs J Taylor Day of this place left certificate in question were forgeries H C Ilerndon postmaster at Hazel on a log Mary E Davis went to Spencer last for Mt Sterling yesterday to visit her Green testified that he had turned over John Linden and his sister are visiting EORGE DOLL week to visit her father G Trimble Esq and family father WITH to Alf Little mail from the pension of-Â¬ their relatives and friends on Beaver H Tuttle went to Richmond to see n fice directed to Mrs Mcintosh Little CreeTc Floyd county Mrs JL X Samuels whose illness we signed vjL Miles Linden accidentally cut his hand his son Bertr Go Rosenberg Fiexner reported last week is still very low and liad presented an order seemingly The mast is not near so good as at first very badly on IDavid Vest a knife in the hands of estimated gravc fears iire entertained as to her re- Â¬ by her Successors to Rosenberg Nathan FIexaer Bobert Trimble a grocer of Mt Ster- Â¬ J x covery t The corn crops are very good in this ling testified that last spring Alf Little people in this neigh- Â¬ The health of the WHOLESALE T W C section Claude T Breen the lightningcom haa come to his store and ordered 3500 borhood is generallygood onered in pay- Â¬ 2Herclal drummer and liveruggist was pounds of groceries He Uxcle Remus BREATHITT COUNTY In our town last week and reported good ment checks from pension office in favor AND Witness had gone of Bachel Mcintosh MORGAN COUNTY sales all along the line Jacksox Oct 31 Circuit Court to the bank and found there a notifica- Â¬ i amount of Green WartL of this place last week tion from Col Kelly to stop the payment 712 akd 714 South Side Mats-Upper Grassy Oct 31 There was a closed today with a larger accomplish- Â¬ of the very checks Little had exhibited Democratic primary election held today work done than ever before handed us a magnificent winter apple Bet 7th Sth sent from Breathitt county by him as a Little had wanted the change in cash but in every voting precinct in Morgan coun- Â¬ ed We believe the good citizens of this witness declined to take the checks and ty The excitement seemed very intense county have formed a resolution to put fruit- specimen of their LOUISVILLE KX gave them back to Little in this section We learn of about three down crime and are pushing forward to These are the principal points develop- Â¬ difficulties in this district One occurred do so with all of their energy They Ben Samuels a farmer near Flemings- S J GKAUMAK jas a smrrrLswoxra hurg and a brother of CoLK J Samuels ed up to 2 p JL At the present rate of at Dicks Glory on the night beforathe are determined that criminals shall not was visiting Jus hrolher a few dav since progress the trial will last till next election between Boon Oldfield and a go unpunished and that honest and good 6RAUMAN SHUTTLEWOftTH Thursday shall be hut left for home yesterday young Elim Both we are informed citizens opinion isprotected Our reason that such a large num Manafactarers and Jobbers of drew revolvers but were prevented from for this ber of persons were convicted this court M Evnnjjeliatic Work in Kentucky Gharlie Howe tlie well known and shooting The other two happened on Courier Journal popular traveling man with Trimble election dav This same Elim fired one ana tne penalties are so mucn neavier Srexling left here for West The following is a summary of evange- Â¬ shot at Thos Nickell who was driving a than usual Another reason is that the Bros Mt listic work in Kentucky for the year end- Â¬ team on the road near the residence of people seem to be so well pleased with Liberty on Friday last thence home ing October 20 as reported by the Rev Preston Wilson Fortunately the shot the result J t n The high water in Johnson Creek pre- Â¬ E O Guerrant It speaks well for the missed and he was kept from firing ysBen Mcintosh was sentenced to the vented the Biail to Salversville from go Â¬ energy and liberality of Kentucky Pres-Â¬ again About 3 oclock p M a third penitentiary for five years for the mur- Â¬ ing through on Friday last Themail byterians New churches organized 5 affray took place between Richard M der of Katy Baker a young girl about rider reported a good rafting tide in both oificeres ordained and installed 28 Wilson and George Barker Pistols were 16 years of age He claimed the killing churches dedicated 5 new churches drawn but by great effort of disinterest- Â¬ was accidental Johnson and Licking 605 W Main Street built 7 persons received into the church ed parties matters were quieted without jDaniel Little who was on trial last LOUISVILLE KYW Anderson Bose living with D B SGO monev raised to build churches etc any violence being done The trouble week ion tne muraer oi nis Drotner-m-laWard on Grassy iu3prgaa county 524350 v Gabbard was sentenced to the arose concerning the vote of Absolem Be Summary for three years and nine Hughes We understand that our faith- - penitentiary for 21 years who has been attfibrerfrom rheuinatism for four v i vks is so far convalescing as months Churches organized 23 officers ful and competent Justice of the Peace H WmBenton Combs waspenitentiaried ordained 9G churches built 15 churches Moses Lacy is going to see the boys to get abou t on crutches MT STERLING KY dedicated14 members received into the about the affair What brought about for one year for shooting his wife He C W ADAMS plead guilty and asked that the time be J B ADAMS J W ADAMS Thos Ward an old and highly respect Â¬ church 2707 money raised to build these troubles We answer King Alco- Â¬ made as short as possible ed citizen of Blackwafer In Morgan churches 16781 hol the constant ally of all evil and to Hazel Green died at the residence of his son jD Br the universal antagonist of all good on W T Mcintosh went Democratic County Meeting Saturdajvlast onva business trip and j Ward on Grassy on Sunday OcLlth Some of our candidates we dont know In pursuance to a call of the ChairÂ¬ that all are guilty flooded our commu- Â¬ lias not yet returned Keep on hand BUCKBOARDS and of hronchitis aged 76 years- Successors to JOHN G BAXTER man of the Democratic Committee of nity with brandy which maddened men BUGGIES and Repair aatk C C Crawford- is absent this week Paint all kinds of work Tite Hazel Gkeex Herrld weekly I the 13th Judicial District of Kentucky till they did notstop to consider whether teaching school forS E Hager on Lost WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURERS OF and the Cincinnati Evening Pot daily the Democrats of Wolfe county will meet an act was right or wrong We appeal Creek will bath be furnished 10 parties in thisl in mass convention in the court house in to vou parents teachers ministers and f Frank Bailey was tried for the murder section lor 55250 a year 1 papers a west the town of Campton on Thursday No all persons who are interested in the of Moses Watkins and acquitted MtlH WMHMM or SG4 a year for 250 Subscribe now veniber 21st 1SS5 at 12 oclock M for welfare of your couniry and ask Is it J E Jones of Frankfort gave us a Will receive Mr Shores special attention the purpose of selecting delegates to rep Â¬ not time for us to array ourselves against CONTIOY Give us a calL SHORE Bret LiGirrxrxG Rons Five hundred dol Â¬ resent Wolfe county in the District such a formidable foe Remembr that pleasant call this week lars reward will be paid for any building Convention to be held at Hazel Green your son whose prospects hopes pur- Â¬ LEE COUNTY Hollow ware and Tinners Stock struck by lightning that is rodded in a I on the 27th dav of November 18S5 to poses Tiud resolves are as radiant as the nominate a candidate for Circuit Judge rainbow may be brought within the sicieutific maimer with our rods IIAZEL GREEN KY Lewellyk 736 W Main Co and Commonwealths Attorney of the grasp of this demon and dragged down see the return Oct 29 We are glad to OMce and Salenroom W P Staggs and welcome back into Stands at the head of Low Prices wkh evÂ¬ 13th Judicial District to be voted for at te ruin LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY erything you want ia our midst our highly esteemed friends W G Taylor of Hariba sent us i the AugusC election 1886 The following arc names of officers and Dr J K Knell and wife Mrs Orlena V Joseph C Lykins twin one of them things that is mighty j6s5we handle nothing but Charcoal Tin and guarantee everything not to leak DRY GOODS NOTIONS teachers of our Sundav school James Knell nee Thompson and to learn that Chairman County Committee which the Sentinel jrood to cat and Boots Shoes Hats ClethiRr W Haney of the Presbyterian Church they will remain with us as we consider c or no Isaac Elkins Secy Democrat and Squire Moses Lacy of the Christian the service of the Doctor almost indis N II TRIMBLE GROCERIES HABDWARE DRUGS ROBT M TRIMBLE one else seems to know how to spell the Church superintendents Watson W pensable He has practiced in this secAccident to an Attorney name thereoL FLOUR BACON c Phipps of the Baptist Church secretary tion some two years ago but being absent Courier Journal 31 iu unurcn for over a year it seems as if his equal The monev is what I want and I will rfve Tuesday evening Mr R A Hurst a Benj Blankenslnp ol the About one month ago two yearling MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR LN CASIJ South J Z Haney aiid Wm Haney of cannot be found heifers one red roan one mostly black prominent young lawyer of Jackson the Presbyterian Church Mrs Jane than any other house in town Jones Bros the enterprising log men of came to my premises Owner can get xireatuui county ry icii w uiu pave- Â¬ Long of Baptist Church and A M Country produce takea ia exchiuice lor them by proving property and paying ment while passing the New Grand The- Â¬ Gose of the Christian Church are teach- Â¬ this section have bought a large lot of goods F McGULRE timber of Jas Cockerliam which they S M Tyt eb ater and sustained a fracture of the left ers AND DEALERS IX lor this notice will haul to the river and ship to FranK leg just above the knee He was at once Near Hazel Green Sunday school of this vicin fort The price paid was 10 cents per The Union removed to- private apartments at the MAYTOWN KY removes knots and Citv Hospital 3Ir Hurst is here attend- Â¬ ity has been making fiue progress till re 100 feet Brcens Liniment We are sorry to chronicle the death of on horses or other stock ing the United States Court He is a cently it was adjourned for want of a all enlargements Takes the lead in Low Prices with every sufferer from rheumatism and his fall stove A stove has been purchased and an old friend who lived in the New VirNo cure no pay Sold by thing you need in the way of ginia neighborhood this county Morgan was due to the effects of the disease His the school will be resumed at once J T F Day Hazel Green DRY GOODS KOTMS GROCERIES brother was telegraphed for and will ar- Â¬ Wm Tolivers youngest child Taylor France of heart disease on Sunday Oct Stillwater D D 2btlr Cassady Robektson Campton rive to day when the patient will be Cleveland is very sick BOOTS SHOES HATS CLOTHING Wm Thompson of Crab Orchard is 1 taken to his holHsv Tlie accident is a Joseph M Walters health is improy- Â¬ with us en route to Virginia Mrs ESpradling has been appoint great setback to the victim who has just insc c Hardware Drags Plour Baeene OU2fSIIlNE DoOLrTTLE ed postmaster at Spraulingrthis county entered upon a successful practice of his igguMoney is what I wast and I will give vice--B X Spradling and Harvey was profession Maytows Oct 80 R A Childers MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH lK3trd to observe WclL nan me hqndr Look Here Read this please We is talking of putting up a hrst class ice Call for a District Convention lami- than any house in Maytown He will need have carried slow customers until we are I thought wed best keep it in the house after tomorrow The Democratic committees of the some of It to lay on the heads of some of loaded down and it is impossible to con- Â¬ ly you know Country produce takea in exchange for counties composing the 13th Judicial our hot headed candidates Poor fellows tinue to credit those whose notes and ac- Â¬ goods R A- - CIIILDEKS pronounced by all District have with singular unanimity we pitv them past duel We must have pay Broens Liniment is counts are agreed to a call of a convention to meet from you and will take live stock at its who have used it to be the greatest-remedC Daniel has gone to Mt Sterling Nov Do for rheumatism sprains cuts bruises at Hazel Green on the 27th day of nomi- Â¬ o W run tne engine in a j- - aawims s value on notes and accounts goodnot Â¬ busi-Â¬ ember 18S5 ct 12 oclock M to if call for credit yen if vou are Sold by etc yard We think Mr Rawlins was nate candidate for Circuit Judge and brick lucky in getting Walter as he is a you are owing tis and nave not settled Day Hazel Green J T F w Stillwater very Commonwealths Attorney We mean what we sav J T F Day D TJf Lakdsa JLAZEL GREEN KY of the several counties first class engineer The committees Ca ssady Robektson Campton r Hori Shoeing a Specialty BuggM composing the district are requested to iMiss Maggie Clifford is getting up a The primary election in Morgan passed wajrons and all kinds of Fans Took W B Cardwell Sheriff of Breathitt call conventions in thier respective coun- Â¬ winter school at this place We are off quietly and resulted in the nomina and repaired in the best awanen Novemconntv J W Noble ami Dorse Bowman ties on Saturday the 21st day of nominating Â¬ proud that we have such an instructor as tion of tlie following Democratic county she is standard bearers OsciirMcKeniej coundeputy sheriffs passed through here last ber toappointdelegates to the No 1 c convention at Hazel Green Flovd Patrick of Mt Sterling ty judge WA Maxey county attorney prisoners Mrs Monday morning with three w w COX - B Combs one year through here last Sunday en route 3 A Lacy circuit court clerk V M passed Two of them WChairman District Committee to Hazel Green to visit her mother Pieratt county clerk J S Carter jailer for shooting his wife and Ben rcln tosh Pern sheriff J B Oakley woman will be J five ears for killing a MAYTOWN KY k James H McGuire has justcompleted sorMLykius Barker surveyor Ben asses- Â¬ Fun For The Gunners Day Daniel v i c taken direct to the penitentiary one in mc uvsv nun- uuu Observer Lexington HOBSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY TjffJ fc tliirfl Tirisnner under sentence Red River is spending coroner Will repair TaraaTefa Baggie Wa Â¬ Greek Herald represents G W Cox opeople of Maytown The Hazel of 21 years for killing hisbrottrer-in-1agon c 3fakespJwHlig4e SatieAte with the are as thick around his today Green Stamper of Stamper Branch goes to jail at ML Sterling penumgau that partridges tion guaranteed In iil eases good old Thos K Tutc and A AKase of the in this county last weekbrought to this town as they used to be in the appeal office 42 cHestriutwhichfill a pint mea- Children of Israel times when it rained Calaboose were in towntoday T DAY every breakfast Beefs Linimenrtt is certaraW the best quail on toast justheforehe especialy in- Â¬ J T Sexton is attending the Court of sure ruuvu ucann Claims at West Liberty this vrgek Marsha and Ceneral Detective conhintion of remedies for corn5neural day except Sunday and back and side etcevcr vites Lexington gunners to come out MAYTOWS KY girpains In the Melvin Richardson of Montgomery is Â¬ ACOB HARRlSrr 15 produced there and slav and eat Regarded as ar- in our midst buying jnule colts Fifteen Professors and Instructors Will attend to ferretig eat eriamale w WITH ticles of diet one old fashioned partridge anv part of the couBtry and gHaraatew J T F Day Hazel Green ini Mickuicai Scientific EiginsBriig Classical linal shell is worth a whole foctioa ia eyery casewfeere eaapleyed roasted on the half D D Laxdsaiv Stillwater MENIFEE COUNTY boarding ScihI Military Tactics Cinirci Qwrsi if Stky Orders hy mail promptly a4t4e4 t Cassady R6beutsox Campton mess nf olav mireons rur aoe j i Ni3whiirgerT Co erj COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION house purposes clay pigeon FKENCHBUTGt Oct 30 Prof Joseph Fat term begins Sept 9M2 2885 For Catalofirae and plher informatioa C Hern well but to present us few SAVE YOTJE MONEY AKD BUY Catron J T nd Flovd Day and H attending and more tne partridge is more palatable bushels had promisedpotatoes We awere Address JAMES X PATTEXtON Ffa D Uxlnctra Keatacy digestible of sweet WHOLESALE 4ti d wife who have been as wit Â¬ YOHB GOODS CHEAP he U S Court at Louisville disappointed to get only afew A Democrat Last Sunday the somewhatbut it took only a dozen or so Sentinel nesses jHthe ALLtUlc cae returned H GLLLIS this county potatoes CLOTHlliG MANUFACTURERS Monday morning Ben alk- - residence of Mike Kenneyinoutbuildings to make a bushel If the Professor suc WTTH 3ee btefc OrVvi- TTfM fnr Robinson fWtmvpd hvfire His WITH n n 1Vjiainse suiu uiiwi ceeds as well in axpandmgtthT mindsof - Lcoal hous isnti sniOKe XmSc waefetnight the party home turnMcCORD t AYDELOTT Sieyers Carspn The house Â¬ his pupils at Cornwellj as he doesin J24 and 72G3Luri Street on jsauoay nutm contents were also burned big potatoes heiaa good one raising DAYSBOitOUGH KT the wagon over 3 Company all destroyed The 1 Between7th and 8th night being tiwwk so lault of his the horses heads hold effects were almostin the Phoenix of Many thanks friend Joe Street residence was insured TJY yi6r peperi Mvsfoees kSc 7aev WJtwk and going to the HartfSrd for 1000- - Loss 2000 Mil Â¬ IL D Combs and Samuel Clark attend T ivtTTCtrrr r c t it u Boss boss is Jar - jewSiA2irrrtainfd LOUISVILLE KY and pecikvc aitTwKHstA egj jvyjovxiAiiCj f ed Presbytery at Springfield Church ler Wilsons Agency- hejd the policy about hereT m Wrsbekfs I P i AIT XJttin a Trial at LouUrllle FLouLsvillc Post Oct 311 Tfie trial of A IF Littlp the 1olrifn1 3r COllTiESBGKDEMlE Synods at JMt Sterling Jaat week and suqceedqd inseenrrng sufficient funds idx complete ther Presbyterian Uauroa her jj d -- -- v BepoffiTrcr fnlei I -- c OctpMufmUt SimbM Gash Dry Goods Store The WaterHumanityfor of RETAIL z C E WILLMOT 111 J l tsuSc- sV- if- Or WHOLESALE i i ln bitidqftij We are anxious to sell Our Goods and will make our prices right 0 E WILLMOT IRON IS KING Orders filled promptly and carefully We have a big drive in a Box toe Boot at 350 extra good Come and see me Reese Building Â¬ I 1 STERLING KY w jC W fni -- -- JF HANLYSterling JUDY Mount Ky Â¬ 1 T A tJj o- if iu Hardware Queensware Stoves Grates Plows c TENNESSEE WAGONS i IWS Â¬ ef jN B The Best and Cheapest Wagon on Wheels The Trade of Wolfe and adjoining counties is DUNLAP BEOS respectfully solicited The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Roots Herbs and Barks Except Ginseng -- - J J T BEEEN SON -- Importers 1 Wholesale Druggists v Main Street r Mt Sterling Ky 4 G BOOTS SHOES -- ADAM BAUM Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se lected Stock bf I -- w Which he sells Wholesale and Retail as Cheap CLOTHING as they can be bought in the State Give him a call and be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go NEW BUGGY WOSKS IB i 1 HHDS Mens on Boys i ADAMS BROTHERS CO Conroy Shore - SEC-OND-TJA- ND - -- STOVES GRATES MANTELS Pieced Pressed and Japanned Tinware SIGN PAINTING Strt F McGTJIRE Webster-on-a-Bridg- -- -- TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS - Â¬ -- a -- -- -- -- 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 devote ness I will sell my R A CHILDERS l -- For Sale A Saw Mill my to my Wishing to time FRANK TYLER other BLACKSMITH E J ROGERS Lane Bodley Saw Mill Fixtures -- Â¬ -- - n- -- w 1 -- Consisting of a 25 Horse Power Engine and Boiler a Circular Saw Edger Everything is in Eirst class Order and will he sold at a bargain on easy terms Parties wishing to buy are invited to call and examine the property CornwelllKy ALFRED COMBS COLLEGE of KENTUCKY lal BLACKSMITH Iff STATE -- - -- Levi ni s - I -- - w H J CLARK -- -- HFiwirt A M NICKffLL - - Wholesale Hatters lpuisyjlle JHT 1 T t Ca ISI eA- K - It mfU r sT i8r Hkm -- l The time honored custom of tom RADWAITS memerting the anniversary of the death Lb Egotistical Trait Which Heads to When a horse refuses to eat hi of Queen Louise Hatred Jealousy and Shame should be allowed to rest It will in- Williams mother of Prussia EmperorÂ¬ i by annually presentSpeat Vacatlaa of Weeks JWfCER COOPER Proprietor It is difficult to judge of vanity or jure him to do any laborious task ing six worthy bridal couples with a Tie vacation season has its failures and most effectual Some hog men An old picture frame may b HAZEL QREEUT- - - - JCENTUCKX as well as its successes The Spectator are sure that nothing will prevent vainglory how far it is blameworthy brought into service by covering it with purse of 450 marks and a Bible each for perhaps if any one knew he wai was duly observed lately at the Potsdam The Clwapestami Btst XwifciM for FaMHjUw strives to explain why pleasure seekers cholera so they keep on in the same vain then he would not be so A phil Â¬ velveteen of any rich shade with a mat Court and Garrison Church XX TBE WOMB THE- - MIKADO It osopher said that if a man should sud-Â¬ of Madras drawn full over pasteboard Ta from one to twenty mlaatescTerf sOs to Jwer who strive hard to enjoy the summer old way and take the chances PAJ3T with one thorough sppHcatloa tWKter stands to reason that filthy water Indiana State Journal bow violent or excruciating- the pain theKaHWitfc Is It 2Cot Singular JSieterteal Facts ConeerBlse holiday sometimes exhaust themselves such as the troughs contain full of denly believe he was moral he would no JSgfyfeS BdlrtddeH Inftrow CnleL Sweet Cream that consumptives should be the least ap- Â¬ prostrated with disease may nafer 3tV J-in futile attempts to find genuine en- bacteria and decomposed vegetable be moral But the strength of moral-Â¬ sweet cream twoCookiesof OiiB cup of prehensive cups sugar two of their own condition while KELXD1 JfEJLXEF TrUlaffariliBetaaseaw Judge Jeka A Bingham cx Ministei joyment It lays stress upon the mis Â¬ matter and the excrement of the swine ity is in this that no one can believe eggs three pints of sifted flour three oil their friends are urging and besetch to 3p fcas retained to this country take of confounding rest with putrid and dissolved in it is not whole- Â¬ he is doing well when defying the law3 teaspoonfuls of baking powder sifted ing them to be more caref al about expos- Â¬ BOWEL COMPLAINTS ure and overdoing It may well be con- Â¬ a few moments wfcea talcw wime in Denver th other day recreation since while it forms a con- Â¬ some drink and will help to lay a of nature So perhaps it is impossible with the flour and a little salt flavor sidered one of the most alarrring symp Â¬ It wll la enre Cramps Spasma Sor aceotdtog te disease it not bring it SwHeMV toms of the disease whero the patient is dlrec ron Headache Summer CoaptellHTba of a well spent holiday foundation for certainly cause disease that one should be vainglorious if he to taste The Household ig to visit Xrieads before gonc to siderable part bara Side on It would Dysentery Colic Wind la lb Boweia sad all laterai Cheese Turnovers Make an ordi Â¬ reckless and will not believG that ho is in Therefore it is Oko lug old home a reporter inter it knot the whole of it Nothing among people and why not with hogs knew that he was so are in this difficult to judge of ones self as to nary crust with dripping cut some danger Reader if youonly means condi- Â¬ TRAVELERS marks really tends so much to the It will there is no doubt of it A clean viewed kisi la speking of political of re- Â¬ tion do not neglect the cheese in thin slices whether one be on the them-- A of the energies which have field with fresh and pure water must contrariwise is puffed up or not But Â¬ crust which ha3 beenplace it in thin covery Avoid exposure and fatigue bo XIEP with pain from few drops la water wflJFreren matters Is Japan Judge Bins ham resting cnanse or water It is eaawr etckness or rolled it in your been over used a the bringing into be a safer condition anyway it will scious complacency not a sign of con- layers add a little mustard pepper regular Pierces habits and use faithfully taaa French Brandy or Bitters 24 aasMlaaC said Discov- Â¬ of Dr Golden Medical lurking in ourselves Malaria in its Various Forms t clear a mans conscience Yo will remember that at the date play of those which have been inactive help all cases of dysentery medicine to suspect or accuse others of beinsr and salt and a few drops of either ery It has saved thousands who were There 13 not a remedial ascat la the worid tWtwB It maintains that in In or suppressed enre Fever and Jisne nnd all otter JIalarlo3 Sjnott If we are not acquainted vinegar or Worcester sauce Fold the steadily failing of the esforced treaties In 18G6 the order to have recreation one must not must be given to clear out the stomach flushed and other fevers aided by Kadwar nuat ss cesu lMlef jence Tycoon or temporal sovereign was in only discontinue his usual routine but and to reduce the inflammation- - To with vanity how should we know it so crust and bake in a quick oven BosA Boston dealer boasts of an oyster in Radwav Iieadr druggist readily and why feel it if it did not ton Budget bis possession eiirht six vears old Ah pewer But this was merely nominal also find something to do which will this end phvsics are sfiyen and mu seem to dispute our own self esteem There is considerable manurial there stay there Buffalo Express awaken a new sense of power distinct cilaginous drinks such as flaxseed tea We as the powers behind him were the must examine narrowly whv con value in the scattered oats and barley ailecocton of elm which vocation r Resolvent Daialos or feudal barons who backed from that Preciselyordinary mathema slippery rootsstarch or ceit is a trait so displeasing to usj for r plowed under on land intended for Yonnjj Hen Bead Thi as a comfrey Laudanum is excellent awakens may De tnac tne sen esteem ot an wheat by force of 000000 men as well tician employed his holiday in writing internally But it should be plowed early The Voltaic Belt Co of Marshall Mfch Bnllds up the broken down cpBStKutfpBriOcsj tk After the physc has it Electko-Voltai-c restoring health aaU vigor sold by arsgsfeta one must re- Â¬ cleansed the stomach and by inections other offends because it flaunts a rival so as to be destroyed before the timo offer to send their celebrated Appliances blood bottle drilled as any body of troops the world Alice in Wonderland ELECTnic and disquiets our self praise as La for wheat sowing To sprout this on Belt and other to men young orold SI a lias ever seen kept the mass of the fresh himself during the vacation with starch light succulent food should Rochefoucauld avers that it is our grain trial for30 days Pills Dr destruction is They were season by exerting dormant faculties always be given to sick hogs and one own vanity thatmakes the vanity of one ofand thus insure its moist weather afflicted with nervous debility loss of vital-Â¬ For DYSPEPSIA and for the enre oi alt ths dis people in abject bondage the advantages of ity and all kindred troubles Also forrbeu gruel thin best is oat or disused powers which receive Storaarb Liver Bowels ocnsjlpatios the two sworded gentlemen you have stimulus in lifes ordinary routine no of the to be drank meal gruel can be others intolerable Hence it has following harvest A7 Y Herald matismneuralgiaparalysis and many oth orders ot thePiles Headache etc Prlee x ei Biliousness The enough Complete restoration to But s revolution sees la the pictures A three or at most four years1 er diseasesmanhood guaranteed No health DSEADv7AY4 CO 32 Warrea Straet S T The obvious criticism upon this spe- Â¬ made from oats ground in the common been said well that slander and evil invigcrand was brewiag and in 1858 the Mikado cial regimen for recreation is that it grist mills and the hulls sifted out or speaking came forth much more from course in cropping land Is better than curred as SO days trial is allowed risk Write luviag alisted the Daimios the over can only be recommended for men of the oats may be boiled and mashed vanity than from maliceanfor we giro taking a longer time to it This is as Â¬ them at once for illustrated pamphlet free ill or turaing came and the Mikado with marked intellectual force The effect and the liquid drawn off The last credence and currency to to trait an- Â¬ suming that one year of this time the is bad report not maliciously ot a morning do The tke watohward of Oat with the for of mental elasticity and freshness is way would do in the absence of ground other harm but from vainglory to land will be seeded to clover With a well uptoilertho mysteries of newspaper of MANUFACTUREBS OF the iiigbt3 in little smaller area in grain or hoed labor St Paul Herald eigBor and down xnth the Tycoon who produced by unaccustomed intellectual oats Raw linseed oil is the best ani- Â¬ support our own conceit of ourselves crops the grain from increased fer- Â¬ let kaa in he drove the latter from exercise very much as one set ot mal physic 4J m C j vr and show up our claim of superiority Â¬ Â¬ tility will make the farmer more clear by the action of an- Â¬ A wet cold bed will bring on rheu power aad added his temporal prero muscles is relieved Rupture Breach or Hernia Vainglory is ridiculous for it is then profit than from cultivating more acre3 gatives to his own spiritual powers other But the world is largely made matism or it may cause chillrng whch New guaranteed euro for worst cases temporal up of busy overstrained practical peo- Â¬ would be likely to cause internal de- Â¬ a question with what a man compares so poorly that the land will constantly without use of knife There is no longer for the first time uniting the any need of wearing awkward cumber- Â¬ When too many hogs himself With a low standard But be growing poorer N Y Tribune asd ecclesiastical features of the hith Â¬ ple who have no favorite studies to reÂ¬ rangements some trusses Send two letter stamps for made a G Inger Cake One cup of molasses erto daal form xt government in the vive no scientific tastes to gratify no sleep in the same nest they will pile he is notis a mole mountain because hs Worlds Dis- Â¬ hilL Or with a high one cup of boiling water in which pamphlet and-- references measure Tfcsa he turned the intellectual pleasures to pursue It upon each other and those underneath executive pensary Medical Association GOG Main St certainly tables oa the DEuos and ad Â¬ would be as absurd for them to under Â¬ will Tjscome very hot and when they standard Then Or if he be he will not one half teaspoontul of soda is dis Buffalo jN Y e6 vm - i vaunt Irmself among the solved the yolk of one egg and a ministered the rigorous diet that take any unwonted literary tasks in go out into the cold they are likely to CHEAP SUB ABEiK STRICTLY TVA forever broke their power and quest of recreaton as it would be for cool off suddenly and catch cold These verr great and grand spirits who might piece of butter the size of an cg The man who is so busy he has no time TE1C PROOF Costs I ess than SMlngle of themselves set free millions ot glebe slaves from jaded clergymen wearied out by a long are the conditions which producquin boastalways are those if any might but Stir flour into the molasses until as to laugh needs a vacation Chicago Anyone can appy It Beofin an Who do not then stiff as you can Sheathing Felt KooHng aH Paving feudal lords and season of parish activity to apply zey and inflammation of the lungs who then add one Ledger the clutches of these nust he compare himself with thevast half teaspoonfulstir it of cloves one tea Pikes ToOTHAcnE Dnors cure in 1 minuteSc 3 1 teli and all Coal Ttr Prod act Send the possession of the land as well themselves to laborious farm work in which is a more common disease than put Catalogue AGEXTS VANXE with the great- Â¬ spoonful of allspice one teaspoonful as the tilling of it in the hands of the the hope of getting thoroughly rested many are aware of A favorite sow ness of knowledge and of Soap heals and beautifies 23c for ness of the earth and the heavens of ginger and one teaspoonful ot Glcnn8 SulphurKemoveii kills Corns Bunions EVERY TOWX TVe oCer special la freedmecu He is an extraordinary man Professor Tyndall may find both rest last winter was left in the barn yard Gekman Coitx CO duceiiicnts M EHRET Jr seem to then he that young Prince and I challenge and recreation in dropping his scientif several hours on a cold day and the But to himself as if lost will dissolved cinnamon To be baked in layers and V O IStKGESS As or Axybodt can play a hand organ but put together with icing Exchange aav oe to show in all the annals of ic studies for a season and writing a result of this exposure was an acute sink into these 10 Public landing ClHdHHatl Or that is no reason why anybody should small review on a theological work but sus- Â¬ attack of inflammation of the lungs or disappearing in their glory and history a single nation large or All the wooden parts of every Somcrville Journal that has accomplished in these last tained intellectual effort after an active It came on the same night and the when he remembers himself it will be tool and implement especially if liable seres teen years what the Mikado and year of business or professional next morning she refused to get up only to be humbled and quelled to exposure to the weather should bo Dont hawk hawk blow spit and dis Â¬ To bo vain of our own faculty is as well oiled with gust everybody with your offensive breath t ordinarily will exhaust and her skin and extremities were cold his people have accomplished in thej labor Â¬ crude petroleum ap body and the She did not eat a mouthful for three fool sh as to be conceited over another plying enough to thoroughly penetrate but use Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy and upmu paw ot progress aim rtuorui both the tired no poison In against foes without and foes within weary brain Even if the mind could days and then only took a little diink mans work for as he man made him Â¬ the pores Such tools will last much end it I contracted a fearfnl case of bloodof Mercnr 1SBX atiiiriihthiniiirpmiiii anil Tn self it is not what is but only what longer for this treatment and such la tke fa of obstacles which would be refreshed by the revival of former for several more The foil owing vreat ho does with his material that can be The girl who loves William never asts Potash which brought on rheumatism and lnfpalrca was swollen mydlRestlvj organs Everr jolntlnmeap have turned any one else aside in des Â¬ studies or the awakening of new inter- Â¬ ment saved her She was bathed and parts as hoe handles or whatever is her father to foot her bill Detroit Post to die my and full of pain AVhcn I was given would bo a pood time to teas would be obtained at rubbed wth hot water for hours with praise to him and even over this ho used in the hands will be smoother physicians thought li pair Here are these millions of serfs ests recreation tho wagons your horses and Save liberated at a stroke and their mas Â¬ the expense of rest which alter all hot bricks all along her body and on must be humble in proportion as God to the grasp Painting these portions patienceyourusing Fraze Axle Greaseyour ihc virtues of Swifts Specific- - I improved from very first dose Soon tho rheumatism left mcmr by dealt hni a fine tool with whch to which are not subjected to wearing is appetite became all rlsht and the nlcerswnlca the ters like Nebuchadnezzar turned out constitutes the essence of an invigor-Â¬ top of her After warmth and circu- has doctor said were the most frightful he had eTer seen work Humility dignity and grateful- Â¬ useful but not equal to oiling with pe- Â¬ to grass The press has been released ating vacation lation were brought to the surface she Have you ever heard a parrot swear beau to heal and bribe am of October 1SS4 1 wx LEU AlcCLEMHThe common mistake that is made is was covered with woolen blankets and ness arc three virtues tliat go close to- Â¬ troleum or half so cheap Chicago No but Ive seen acro ens Toronto Gvip weU man again fromr consorship freedom of religion gether and they frequent the cave of Tribune Lem McClcndon has been la the employ of th aad thought as well as a thorough in allowing ordinary occupations to the hot bricks kept about her for fully IF afflicted with Sore Eyes use Dr Jsaat Chess Carlcy Comoany for some years and IJ sdencc Much speaking and especial- Â¬ Â¬ system of education have been estab absorb so much time and energy as to twenty four hours This sow breathed w B Where timothy seed is sown with Thompsons Eye Water Druggists sell it 25a the tbove statements to be true AtlantaCnpsnT Division Manager Cbess Carley Col lished A system cf finance has been exclude everything else from ones with difficulty and would have died in ly eager speaKing is like to be conceited wheat or rye in the fall the grass seed- Â¬ Atlanta Ga April IS ISC incapable of think Â¬ a short time butfor this prompt and speaking For when wisdom forces ing should be two weeks to a month P Miseey A girl with a new dress and oo inaugurated that is astonishing the thoughts Theinan Treat Isc on Blood and Sfcla Diseases mailed free utterance there can not be high flown The Swift SrEcino Co Drawer 3 AUaata u boet English financiers Tho judiciary ing of anything except his business or thorough treatment later in order that it may not get a place to go Martjion Independent Xyl3JW23dSt if It is always dahgerous to cause a words nor a swelling manner But off sufficient growth to injure the grain has been reorganized on the firm basis his profession can not make the best The BUYERS GUIDE i x me jisrjspruuence 01 ounsuuu nause of a vacation since he has few if hog to run especially if it is in a the object be to display parts and set KATrrAL History If the swallow had W here wheat has been put in with a issued Sept ani JCarck Thy sir every child between any interests outside of his daily rou- Â¬ fleshy condition I have known them wit speech will eagerly forestall and drill and phosphated it isagoodplan to no throat there would be no swallow tions each year 4S25 pge engross the ages of five and fourteen is com tine Like Issachar couching between to drop down dead whsn hurried harrow just before the grass SUxllK tecJbewitJever a polyg SnourD an It is a common remark that vanty seed This makes asowing surface for amist becauseumbrellaa be called of ribs Swine Tire sometimes stricken with pelled to attend school cxcept upon the burdens of his business life he u Uliwtxatlea fresh it has plurality 3500 jriciare aaiery good and sufficient reasons to be furn Â¬ see3 that rest is good bus he has bowed paralysis of the hinder parts but stands in the way of learning no man the seed to fall on and besides pre- St Paul Herald whole GIVES Wholesale Prices ished by parents as in the best systems his shoulder to bear and become a ser- Â¬ most flrrmfirillv xcTion fliir rnfnan in will seek anything more or better if he vents the bulk of the grass seed from WU hWMW Wr WVfcJW Maxy peoplo who aro as true as steel direct to consumers oa 1I goods wr this coantry so that in one genera Â¬ vant unto tribute The iron of ordi Â¬ rise on their hind legs or do so with is satisfied with what he is But it is a falling into the drill furrows whero are unfortunately just as cold Philadcl ia personal or tamiljr ise TelUhow tm tion hence if the scheme is not interÂ¬ nary routine has entered into his soul evident paiu it jriay be caused by a deeper thought touching our livesÂ¬ they will crowd and be crowded bv the phia Call ef every Â¬ order and gives exact more nearly that vanity distorts ex- grain rupted a thorough quickening of the The machine can scarcely stop running straining of the muscles across the Prairie Farmer thing yon use eat drlnlc wear or Why is a successful poultry man like a have fun with These ETVAIUABE1 Intellectual life of the nation will have duiinzthe vacation season The mind back of by worms In their kidneys perience for some emotions it fends oft carriage bisder Because ho makes a BOOKS contala inTerBaatiea gleaae is preoccupied with business projects or The s3Tnptoms in both cases would and others it invites too often or inten Â¬ been achieved A NEW POISON keeps fear W from the markets or the irorld ad Â¬ harassed with domestic of lsost tall youHe the presoat Treas Â¬ may be peace and quiet cares the There be the same Rubbing with hot wa- Â¬ sifies It there isaway or weakensuseful Tho Result of a Chemical Search Caused coop pay will mail a copy FREE to aay a worthy and of which for tired ter and steaming across the kidneys ury Secretary floated bonds on K What is the difference betxeen a paper dress upon receipt ot 10 cts to defray by Cheese Poisoning the Imperial indebtedness soaie years body and the overstrained nerves but will help the stram and do no hurt kind and love and hope For an una Â¬ ms hear from ever mined dollar and a dollar of silver expense of mailing ago that sold then at the fate of one there is no real change of thought but ratherjrelieve the soreness in the bashed and forward man will not be Respectrally It is well known that cases of severe Boston Transcript yon fle kidneys Spirits of turpentine rubbed humble enough to fear nor Mexican dollar Tor 5180 in bonds along with the change of scene illness sometimes follow the eating of CO MONTGOMERY WARD college exarain ition a professor At Gradually he narrowed the distance at may be satisfied to return to his busi- Â¬ across the back may relieve this ful enough to love nor devout enough cheese In the United States and in 227 2 Wafeaaa Aveaae CUcc DL Does mv quo lioa e in harass ask ail which the English bankers laughed ness with a sense of being thoroughly trouble but in most cases it is nec- Â¬ to hope But vanty opens the way to some parts of Germany this uay such instances you i 2Jofc at all sir replied the stu tXoBe GeBHiHe acless feeariB hatred to jealousy to shame and puts pre teading that this was only tempo rested and in that case his vacation essary to give doses of a tablespoonful Not at all It is quiwj clear It is dent Â¬ sting in them JAKES BEAMS 3 SHOF rary it would stop shortly Next the will be accounted a success But if the of turpentine every other day until an especial will make greatFor the con- are of frequent occurrence We hear the answer that bothers me account of of similar cases too in England and sequential iMada in Bnttoa Coosrress V 115 at season has passed in a dull methodical the pig is belter The turpentine is bofi4e wore brought down to 3 e Sen jarssw unura The watermelon is adm ttad without whicVthe Englishmen said it was in way almost as fatiguing as his worka- Â¬ rapidly absorbed in the stomach and any hurt that is done them and says though less often in France ia Durability Comfort U Among question into our best families although ea Appearance A postal cara The reason why b spite of the Secretary that the times day life he will go back to work with a carried to the kidneys and destroy La Rochefoucauld MlXa 9Hk SenSlOHSWlU unau w n- the pangs of shame and jealous are so American dairymen cheese that pro- Â¬ it is always very seedy Philadelphia ionn3ttoa bow were unusually favorable But when jaded and hopeless feeling that he is the worms Call shoe is asy cu Measles is an infectious disease and sharp is this vanity gives us no aidin duces such effects is known as sick the bonds were put on a par with sil- Â¬ not nil ior anyuung uxuupt nuru worK bT orTerritory SSr Also he says cheese Formerly this article was be A BttOOKLYv young lady laughed her- Â¬ ver then these capious critics opened Is there anything that tends to make a will run its course At the first symp- Â¬ supporting them 4M Jfeaast4 41 LlBCsteSC The most violent passions have their lieved to be confined wholly to cheeses self into hysterics became a green servanEoatOBia their eyes and acknwoledged that af man more discontented and forlorn toms red blqtches the hog shoulcf be t-girl sun to left tho vanity no teralL the Secretary was an able man than the feeling that he has tried hard put in a warm place and fed laxative intermissions but emotionsgives us aro made in small quantities on farms tako tho chill oil ice out in the which Strong Some years ago however the reputaand had done a big thing Specie pay to enjoy himself and has made a signal slops Carbolic acid diluted fifteen respite meats are now practically in vogue failure of it It seems to imply that times its bulk with water will kill great disturbers of the mind at least tion of a large cheese factory in Ohio VThex feeling the pulse of the people the The Post office Department is as ably the mind has not sufficient elasticity to the mange It should be rubbed on are not perpetual but leave us as it was destroyed through the large num Â¬ beats should not be overlooked Oil City maaaged Out of the millions of let react under favorable physical condi- Â¬ two or three times with a week in- Â¬ were breathing space in which the ber of cases of alarming illness arising Blizzard is tors passed through the Post office ast tions To return after a vacation with tervening and afterward an oint Â¬ mind girds itself anew But vanity no from eating of its product and more Waiter Will you have salt with your always agitating us and leaves us year registered and all only seventy depressed spirits and a consciousness ment of lard and fine sulphur recently cheese poisoning became so eggs l W S3 DeHgkrfal eajpIsysseBC No thanks they aint Guest RitUasEasy and prontable o lieoklnff moments free from its distortion of our common as to excite alarm among at all fresh hu- Â¬ smeared over the mangy places In an e nvlrtsr live were lost- - They have as efficient of intellectual debility involves a Sam lmlins ar Worjara A UBecarkiedofeJetk nasosurao iRriUAK rneworoldriK3 dairymen Finally so many persons a system of transfer and delivery in miliating confession ot lack of capacity old case of mange all the old dead skin vision Kncr made with 25 cln worth of carpet trtsttr Egotism is sometimes an armor in were poisoned last year in the State of When a woman goes a horss back rid Â¬ for recreation should be removed and the diseased Japan as ia the best regulated oi TUC DCAOI ItCtt 3IAKER eaabe bmx fcjhe I wears a How different is the result if habits parts thoroughly laid bare or the in which one is proof against the pangs Michigan by cheese made in one of it3 ing sho tho horse silk phi r hat shes a does by nim rJnfc oh nil neiviTKimachine or bestrof talent is appro countries The band Awonderfalurvesaoa itwiwaiMrii man will believe of self distrust and of the sense of largest factories and by a thoroughly that so Price SLOW postpaid Ageato Wasted priated and put to the best use in thej of relaxation are formed during the sects wdl not be reached by tbe wash and wont becoma frightened at her She S3f Send stamp lor circulars terra aad territory working year Let the tension of daily No matter how raw the flesh is the ap- short coming But it has very great experienced maker that it was decided couldnt fool a Kentucky mulo that way administration of the Government JVO G IIOITT CO SIS State St Calf But you want to know about the business be relieved every day by a plication of the acid solution must be pains of its own for it meets contin- Â¬ to enter upon a search for the mysteri- Â¬ Ken tuccy Stale Journal The ointment will help to ually with great shocks and there is ous substance which was causing all press There are now about 200 news- Â¬ change of pursuit an hour of reading thorough A bar is a place whore water is scarco of special heal and lessen the pain by coating the nothing to mitigate its pain since by the tr uble This work was under-Â¬ papers in Japan patterned and man Â¬ or study the cultivation its nature it stands alone and unsup- Â¬ taken by Prof V C Vaughan who and danger near jV I Independent tastes the awakening of new interests surface aged after most enterprising papers in The worst vanity is ported not find and TsJ ths country with editorial writers even the annual vacation will resources While the list of diseases to whichÂ¬ which never makes any pretense that lately presented a report of his investi- Â¬ She What a man you nr to come to a or gation to the Michigan State Board of decis on orftnt cUm MaaBfachrrerj the busiest man without hogs are subject is somewhat formidDoat you know your owa If nsl br thontsndJtheir bet irork Jteceired OVCft managing and city ed tors reporters and Mechanics oa mind Ho No dear I dont belief 1 do GOLD MEDALIiOTton33 Pronounced cr type setters pressmen and all The for recreation as exhilarating to his able the actual number with which tries to display any parts but angrily Health dmlrnrho doe Send duttxm 2e card of SAM PtX CAN not krra 1600 or sulkily expects attention or gifts Japanese press is very decent and re Â¬ mind as the rest is invigorating to his they may be afflicted is quite limited The samples of cheese examined not even by sight Boston Transcript Swlth fire rtunpj for r n r taTsl The professional man who where they receive anything Kke good without even the pains to appear to de- Â¬ had no peculiarities of appearance spectful but they are hunters after body R53SsaGene2tCoGlflnedffXas ILth INCH news and lhave been called out of bed works in his own garden an hour or care More precautions must always serve them This is an egotism that is odor or taste by which they could bo The Rsc School Shoe No Rope to Cut Off Horses Mims else honored offended at sdnight to give information Of two a day and interests himself in be taken when large numbers of people There arewhen any onenever iswork but distnguished from those of good you wish to pursome who cheese Of two pieces one poison- Â¬ chase a shoe for your ceiem atea course Japanese reporters are noi as everything that grows will be happy live in close quarters and thesamo uxi ir ixajxBoy or Girl that will E1X nud URIDINE Combined andtqaick witted as ocr best re- in the quietest farm village during Au Â¬ law holds good with animals more make huge claim to attention for what ous and the other wholesome a dog sharp Etan dthe wearand tear can not be slipped by any Dorse bam or every day usage pie Halter to any parlor tne porters and their sources cf inforuia gust for he will dwell among flowers dseascs must be expected and greater they are and are angry if people do or cat would choose the good cheese Is free on receipt of 1 Sold by all tionarc often faulty They are getting and birds in the wholesome compan- fatality The opportunity for obtain- not bow to them because they might but the Professor thinks this is due to fS7 iiyiafc regsva that on made of honest Saddlery Hardware and Harnew leathertbrougnout common sense and pcruit account 10 me Dealers n acuteness of the sense of smell nowto printing several columns in Ro ionship of woods and fields an intelli Â¬ ing antidotes is not so great with num- do great things if they would To Idea asic your dealer Trade 12 Send for Price List be always comparing ourselves with for HcnderioRi JC IaeirrnccsrKochesterKY man type so as to familiarize the peoÂ¬ gent ooserver trained to comprehend bers as whero a few are kept And ot possessed by man The animals SriHlOIi SHOE ple to the letters I have taken pains the manifold pleasures of rural the numbers tend to pollute the at- Â¬ with others is the most insidious van are not affected by eating the cheese known everywhere by law ity R U AWARE the Trade Jlarli of the over mosphere and all of the surroundings the Put Possibly if a person tasted a cheese to tell them from time to time that En- Â¬ surroundings THAT NJjSRVP Finally vainglorious persons will knowing that it was posonous ho who occupies It is best to keep hogs in as small lots WiS Little Red School Hoess glish is the great commercial lanjruajro worked salesman found on the bottom Lorillards Climas Plug of the world a fact they are beginning his leisure through the 3ear in making as possible and to furnish them with always fail of true honor because they might detect a sharpness of taste of each pair None to appreciate The teaching of the lan Â¬ a close study of trees and native woods dry beds and not too warm especially bestow it on themselves All decora Â¬ winch would not ordinarily be no- Â¬ bttxrlnc a reef tin tag that Lorillards vSiSS 27437 genuine without it K Afikalsoforthe Rnnt rrnfflnecnt thatLorlHanrs guage is being extended and in time I in Central Park for a single fortnight if they are to be exposed to the cold ton must como from others Humilticed But there is no certain means HENDERSON 250 Navy ity waits to receive the reward it others aside from a chemical examination by gsznracg WOMANS GOAT BUTTON the beatClippings and that Lorillards BHffare and cheapest quality considered expect to see the papers partly printed in the Adirondack and how keen will when fed Cor Vounlry Gentleman give it and therefore if crowned is which a poisonous cheese can be dis- Â¬ Stitched with Silk and everyway solid Madeonlyby be his pleasure in roaming through in English Novelty Rug Machine securely crowned both by authority tinguished from a wholesome one L u urunracnu aUlT the Celebrated Manufacturers HtnUtriiUfl trn 0rBootsand Shoes Chicago A great secret of success lies in the thicket and forest Let the artistic indispensable Farm Requirements rpatDec27lS8l For naktag and with concurrent good will There- Â¬ The most trustworthy ready method senses be trained by freauent visits to Write for a Set of our Fancy School Cards Mi kado sending out an embassy of ucftTtdesHood9 Mittens et 5 fore the honor is real St Louis of examination is to press a strip of Sent by mall full directions observat on to foreign countries some picture galleries or by familiarity with Price U AGENTS WASTED good engravings of landscapes and the Tha farmer who is determined to sue- - GlobkDemocrat blue litmus paper against a freshly Stamped Rus Patterns on Burlap Manufacturers thng after the manner of Peter the summers vacation will promote a de- Â¬ nnnA irill nlonri rv liic lief- rtf inHicntlC Beware of infringement Send for circular cut surface of the cheese If the pa- Â¬ untttm o Great whose business it was to post J v JE JCOSH at CO TOLEDO OHIO iwv velopment of the finer senses the eye able requirements the following opera- Â¬ Interesting to Antiquarians per is reddened instantly and intense- Â¬ Cleanses uhl mi themselves in every way possible in the Head P5If UrrCfCt TrlBtroducBthemwowlD ly the cheeso may be regarded with matters of practical anil useful infor Â¬ will easily reflect the clearness ot the tions olu ACCEI5 arv2AWATtMSir1 The erection of sufficient Operatinft Washing Machines Ujoawantom An antiquarian discovery was made suspicion sky and contact with mountains or in this way Allays Inflam ma- When treated mation and submit the same to the rend u yonr name 1 O and express oflScaS fences to give him possesson and con- Â¬ recently In a field near Dumtermline once The National Co as iwy BCfxr any green cheese wdl redden tho Hon Heals Sores I in- home government In this way thej ocean will awaken inspiring thoughts Best can not do more for the body trol of every field 2 Thorough or Scotland in the shape of tumuli of litmus paper but ordinarily the red- Â¬ Restores the Sen learned that the public press was a DAn actlTe Man or Woman Ia erery veil oar sooda SahrritS jn cat maenme for sratherinir and than recreation can do for the mind sufficient underdraining for the use and laie dimensions Some masons were dening will be produced slowly and ses of Taste Hear Ber3aatbaadxEets Exsenscs ta d o when habits of relaxation are already control of at least three feet of the soil If the piece of cheese ing will be slight ranee Canvasitnz outfit YRTZ1 Particular WW spreading information ail over the digging for sand in the vicinity when and Smell ML free Standard Silver ware Co Soatss 3aas country and that in ths lies one great formed and the narrowness of proies beneath the surface 8 The adoption tumuli wore come upon Already four be dry it should be rubbed up with an A Quick Relief s onai or business occupation has dis Â¬ of source oi national strength of such a rotation as will give an in cists with a large quantity of imple Â¬ equal volume be water and the paper A Positive I hey ftaauilflll RED on Cotton Tarklsh XeIhtjm I flsHiWl Samples free to every jKrsoa sendlnsdipped in the water Cure should thon learned also pregnant facts as to edu Â¬ appeared N T Tribune crease of each successive kind of crop e sim I address tn J- - T WHITE ITjtmn Ifcinfdsr- - Mich k cation and the value of thorough sys Â¬ and a decrease and extermination to ments of tne Stone Age and n t less Dr Vaughan thinks that groecrymen CREAM BALM KMBVSj WjOS bent than 2000 years old have been turned should apply this test to every fresh MOVTIT Ajrents Wasted 4 possession temic instruction They gleaned weeds a3 have obtained HOG DISEASES e1lnarUclclnthe world sample FRbSU has Rained on enviable The urns were three feet six cheese up facts and Jgares as to railway en Address JAY UuOSU iaztwht sues Saving all the manure made on tho reputation dfcplaclngU AVsaIEVl- After a long and determined hunt all oiherprepafatlon2Va r gineeriag naval architecture finance Common Sense Directions For the Cure of farm with no waste andjts apolication inches in length by one foot six inches and earedapplied Into each nostril no ajrrec ten inches m the Professor succeeded in isolating the A particle liPrlceSOcbrmalloratdrasgliiWpainSendfor CANCER Treated treatment fwithont the knife Many Serious Ailments cnt free Ad3Ta Bo k on agriculture statecraft State munici Â¬ abletonse at the best time and in tlie best manner in breadth and aboutfilled with Â¬ FLPOSDMI Aurora KaaeCculU depth They were all black poison which will now pass into chem- circular ELY BROTHEKS Druggists O wego T pal sn territorial law useful forms There are a great many other dis Â¬ possible 5 Providing tools for a most of legal procedure along with eases beside the contagious ones with thorough pulverization of the soil for mould in which was placed a olay urn ical science under the name of tyrotox TO HirZ UULTU THE UTXB DUST HE KZ7 IS OSOEB EDUCATIONAL a thousand and one other things which hogs arc affected which call now all crops These five operations lie at about five inches in depth and twenty icon It is found to be a product of rV niMiMfitfNiMc itffi putrefaction in the cheese here asd ears 33R ciwrnnnwn III IHItl wkch have proved of incalculable the loundatiou of good farming Ther inches in circumference There were imperfect ADHY Xwpay Sltnatloaa PCI C pood buaelit to thehomegovernment As to and then for a victim Among these are are many other provisions of much im- Â¬ also flint flakes arrow heads pestles and it occurs in the manufacturing vat im i uuvLmmi UVWhU furnished Write VAtcrnyx Beos Jaaesrllle WH Is a cure Lirer Corn plaints the difference between them and the rheuioat sin inflammation of the lungs portance in addition to these which and other implements inside the cist3 for the curd itself has been known to u rancea for torpiu crmcuton oi and ills caured by a or ino uTeraa urspep Tyrotoxicon appears STUDY Book li AU Torres Pmmaoalp keeping Business Chinese there is no comparison na Constipation Biltotuncs Jaondice Hesdacb The apoplexy wormain the kidneys stag- Â¬ should not be overlooked such as the or near them The work of excava- Â¬ poison persons 15 URIC Arithmetic Short MaUriiuRtecmatism etc It regulates the bowel Japanese number only 37 000000 gers constipation piles and nearly all saving of labor selectio i of seeds pro Â¬ tion will probably now be carried on in the form of needle shaped crystals hand etc thoroughly taught by mlL Circulars free purines tho blrxxl strengthens tha 5stem water Tho COXAEGE ISaariale Jf1T 11USIXKNH ANJNVALUABLt FAMILY MEDICINE trader the supervision of a gentleman which are freely soluble in while the Chinese number over 200 of the disorders incident to the human viding the best animals shelter for representing the Scottish Society of smallest visible fragments of a crystal iboa8aodsotXesjmoniala iroteiM MerH 000000 Taelatler are enterprising AST DBUOOIST Witt TEU TGC IT3 REPBTaXIOX com- Â¬ tools shelter for animals testing 1050 JLSK X placed upon the tongue caused a sharpP pnshmg adventurers and are an apt family including measles and mange mercial fertilizers and many other Antiquaries N Y Post a p stinging pain and in a few minutes business people I take no stock All of these disorders as well as those operations which wll suggest them- Â¬ abase that is being heaped which become epidemic may be made selves to the owner while in the midst ia this The people of Ocean Grove speak dryness and constriction of the throat on the here They mind their less by good care and the mo3t excel- Â¬ of his work Country Gentleman One is A slightly larger amount produced of the place as a modern Eden The owa basa6S and are hard consci lent lemedy prevention not allowed to crack a joke within the vomiting nausea and adiarrhoeapungent sharp The bestof authorities are not agreed oaiiouJQgjfky workers They by no of that sacred place on Sunday isolated poison has gates The oyster beds on the Hudson Not a wheel is turned not a thing can odor but in the cheese the taste and as to the cause of the swine plague or Maeattsgipr the siardzrd of They are which extend from New York to Sing be bought even to a drop of milk or a odor of the poison are both modified more than many other exactly how it spreads is only a part of beauty The poison is The Sing and which have been productive newspaper equally at fault for a remedy iolksrhVare admitted to this country People dont think of beyond recognition but it is a part Every lady without dseent It isjcalonty that best that can be done is to disinfect the ever since this country was settled are locking their doors but leave their volatile and oven poisonous cheeso Â¬ pose Mustang Emiment only good weW Jkat ihem oat Denver Try- pens troughs and everything connect- likely to be soon annihilated Increas pocket books and other valuable ai ti-Â¬ may be eaten after it is cooked chessey may have it at least what ed with the diseased hogs and to bury ing population is so polluting the des lying around the rooms when they The svmntoms observed in for horses Magnolia It Is foi inffamma looks like it or burn the dead and to remove the waters of the river that the lower por- Â¬ go out and in full view of the passer3 j poisoning are similar to those caused sick ones as fast as they become affect- Â¬ tions of the beds have already Deon de- Â¬ bv in the streets It is wonderful to by tyrotoxicon with the addition of tion of all flesh Balm both freshens and traaks are not so popular ed from the well ones The best dis- Â¬ stroyed From those that remain the see now people trust each other at this headache double vision and marked Miwf were old travelers usins sev- I infectant is a solution of carbolic acid young oysters are removed to purer riirf suspicion and distrust an nnt nervou3 nrostration In rare instances beautifies rai hU fc asks iasted of Sara- j twenty parts of water to one of the acid waters where they can develop their teem to be elements of their nature th6 sufferer dies from collapse AT x Uavor Troy Times Philadelphia Press and when diluted on hiad red parSs of natural size and Sun Â¬ Gmm Hebai3 RECREATION A DUy Cfaange of Fax salt More Invipor atlsE to JClad aad Body Than an 111 water to onu of acid it ay safely b mixed with their drink and it is said to have a good eflect Some feed cop x peras and others saltpeter but the treatment with carbolic acid is the best VAINGLORY HOME AND FARM lV Ri Ri Ri RELIEF REAIY V - - - 335nb i Â¬ -- Sarsapariiiian Radways Â¬ Â¬ M Ehret Jr Go -- m -- i -- Frightful Case of a Colored man Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ T W O v- 1 ct self-forg- et lt Â¬ - at ja Â¬ Jnur vvlkOMg 5 Â¬ -- aHftSMACEMABAY - I Â¬ IFPAGES LIQUID GLUE r - i tjtz Hu8 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ is Â¬ XJ i -- ta5 i3l xsssSzr --- -i vi - v ncEnIUCATAWRH 2nfrfti -- Ifera A M vBB II I K43ris EMFqftJ - i TCkCUnArni Â¬ Al civili-ztioaf- 7- A Clear Skin Did you Sup-- - Â¬ Ife -- Ir-J-ar- ge Ml m fcT it r A