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Hazel Greek Ky Offers kis services to - the people of Wolfe and adjoining counties DB J MEASH AND PHYSICIAN SURGEON Hazel Greek Ky Tcsders his professional services to the itl ens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Olfic t residence on Broadway J N B TATJLBEE M D HAZEL GREEN KY SUfiSEQK flBKUl m ICCflDCffEnR Tenders his professional services to the poo pie or Wolfe nd adjoining- counties OSict atxesideace on Hazel Green Hefchts HOTELS DAY HOUSE HAZEL GREEN KY D S CODSEY Proprietor Patronage is respectfully solicited from everybody more especially the traveling public First class accommodations ana satisfaction guaranteed THCJElXT UOTJSJB HAZEL UHEEX KY w r JOHN H PIERATT Proprietor Uf The table is supplier with tho Vest ia the aarket and first class RccommodatioE will he f urBished for man and beast MORGAN HOUSE WEST LIBERTY KY JAMES H COLE Proprietor Patronage of the travelinsr public is re tpcctfullv solicited Table always suppled with the best in the market Stable attached ASHLAND HOUSE UEAR POST OFFICE LEXDfGTOX KENTTJClil S1TESR E1S0K1BLB FIBT UK BE tS0S Proprietor CAMPTON HOUSE BOS WELL CJLMPTON KY J ASBURY ALEX Prrprietor L V The table Is supplied with the choicest viÂ¬ ands in the market and the charges re tks enable Special inducements to Ccnfmercial tourists Insure Your Property Uf SHE OU KEUABU 4 Hi fines Cobm OFHAXrPOKBjCOJfK Wfekfe IeaJ ia Sellable Indemnity Chenp lussrne Kel Tim TriMf and Fir Tested THE BEST IS 2SE CHEAPEST CATXTAI AOWT tW1 Hml qpnen Er KC fiEKO0N on water like some of yo sheers of PITH AND POINT KEEP YOUR TEMPER Yon did stock up here Why did he look so grave she aslced Yer mus be mistaken sah yell and gamble The banjo is a good ileal like the An Incident Plainly Showing the Folly of Isnt cattle raising a risky busi Â¬ What might the trouble bo Xo Im not you inferaal rascal l Â¬ Oh the Stock Exchange JIv little maid he sighing- said Come ness Seems to mo Id as soon havo a cucumber A good deal of human mis Ueconilng Kxcltcd Now look heah boss whut dW I tell Suppose that yon were rae with me mortgage on a school of mackerel off ery follows its piclcing Detroit Every Mr Briggs was bothered nearly to death yer dem things wuz you a weighty secret owned And Tray tell me what youd do The two passed out to the elevator Capo Cod as money in cattle that you Saturday water frogs You said they were with callers one day all of them in the I think Id tell It somebody the cost of whi h tho cattle king asked dont know where to find when night So da wuz An pxchange has the headline cause of some charity or other and hi3 were you id she it I and then he reached Broadway and comes Now a man with New York Whero Doe3 Lying Begin Just temper was sadly crippled There was a iuu iug u jK iu ncic iui Bnt still he shhed and looked askance Boss yer gettin mighty close down m looked suspiciously at those who gave Central Rock Island Northwestern or about where a womau passes her twen Â¬ slight cessation about Despite her sympathy three oclock and yer uussonal work W hut i toce yer whs him a passing glance Whcre are all Lackawanna can figure up what he is tieth birthday Binghamton Republi- Â¬ just as Briggs began to Oh tell me little maid he saldf breathe easier de truf I didnt say da wire bull fraugs Again if you were me these people going do you reckon worth every night can Da libs in de dew an cf dew aint clar another man came iu And If you loved a pretty lass f Why they seem gom after somethin Its all on paper aint it A Pittsburgh lady cooked tafay O then what would you do Well inquired Briggs turning im- water wy den my eye sights been er Yes in a great hurry Now vou tell me 1 think Id go and tell her so ettos dinner when he visited America ceibin mo for many er loax day Wall our stuffs in beef and bono in 1825 It will be remembered that patiently to the visitor Said she if I were you when we get to IVall street Go on yon thievish rascal hido and horns and it dont shrink so the Marquis never returned All right here we are Courier Sly little maid Us yon he tald Til go on but 1 aint no thievish raskif Wait a minute said the Texan as as to wipe you cloan dovn to nothin Alone are dear to me T03IHY AND THE IWNOIOWER Journal I doan want no mo transaekshuas wid yr And then she turned away her head he stopped He deliberately buttoned I dont want any o 3our sheers of fur yer aint er liable puson Yers s Sneak of a mans marble brow and And neer a word said she In Six Chapters Give me cows every time up his coat to the top and fell to see if stock lister dodgin de p mt yesse f dat it Mhs But what be whispered In her car he will glow with conscious pride but yer outen gear when er man tells yer tie I Ani vhat she ansnered too nis waicn was sun sate lie iooKeci Whats more ef a man makes any allude to his woo en head and hes mad Ono I can not tell you this truf How could 1 hep whttt nhma yer gin down the street like one expectins to money out o 3 011 folks somehow you in a minute Language is a slippery Id guess if I were voui ter de fraugs Yer has er parfeek right ter see a surgingmass of JunaticsCTabbing steal it back and more too Chambers Journal thing to call em toads ef yer wauts ter but arteralL Tut tut my friend you havo tho pendent fool with much N Y Inde ex- Â¬ for cachothers valuables and the da wuz clar water fraitgs lse er great The integrity of Wall pression of his face betrayed themys wrong idea IN WALL STEEET mineterhab yer rested fur busin mer but A man said to his aged mother terv of his disappointment No one street men is the strength of the finan- Â¬ ez dis is yer fust erfence PH let yer oi Hun Â¬ speaking of h s wife I do wish I could grabbed him by tho arm to draw him cial interests of this country Arlansatc Traveler keep Mary from exaggerating so Cattle Kings Short Visit to the into a wmnpooi ot rum aim tne dreds of thousands of dollars in value Get her to talk about her age re- Â¬ exchange hands here ever3r day uu passers by merely glanced to take in Stock Exchange Historical Relation the outline of a strange figure in the on the word of men who meet on the sponded the shrewd old lady San Franciscan Pa 1 want to ask you a question stid noor of the Exchange city throng Tho Custom house he A gentleman met a boy and asked You dont hev no writings little Johnny FIzzictnp to the author of h Looking for Vanderbllt and Gould Among thought was a jail and the snb TJrcasi him what oclock it was Being told it No sir ury ho supposed was-- a- Gourthpuse existence the Yelling Brokers Observations Up Well dog gone mo if I can seo was just twelve he expressed some surHe peered around every yiorner to spe What is it Johnny en the Fighting of tho Bulls and the den of thieves and he glanced through it I reckon I aint got brains prise and sail he thought it was more George Washington was the father oC Bears Wanted Elbow Boom Its never more in these parts sir uneasily into juie casements ior snarKs enough to make any monoy in Noo his country wasnt he it begins again while ho seemed to scan the sccond York Mebbe its as you say Dut Ill said the boy simply Yes my son at one The man was from Texas Short and storywindows for vampires Whero slick to cows Did he have a brother The cattleman aroso and repeated Mrs Spook when her pastorcalled he asked altera1 few min Â¬ daik he woro a cheap and untidy suit arethoy I think so his determination not to buy any stocks the other day hastened to find a Bible Well if Washington was the father of of black rubber gaiters with drooping utes silence that morningand passed out with a mild for him to read She could find only a Who his country I suppose his brotherMvas thpr r r r7 tops and his nails were long and horn3r show of courtes3 The next place he few soiled loaves up in tho garret uncle of his country and if hohad agister Win tho bulls tindthtf bears 2wvivt5 Beneath tho waving line of a soft felt inquired for was a cut rate ticket office which she handed to the pastor re Â¬ They are scattered in these offices You understand Tommy from the fence she was the aunt of his country and if se hat his dark brown eyes small and at Wheres the fighting mng Aint He took the nij ht train for Texas He marking Why really I d dnt know yonder to the llower bed here and be very had children they were Shut up and clear out Texas Sift said he wanted elbow room N Y we were so near out restlessly took in evcrj they fenced in somewhere Boston Post careful with the machine tmes sharp Iny Sun Miss Laura Braden Treasurer of thing within range He was a cattle They stepped into the narrow en- Â¬ tho Washington Vaynesbur Rail Â¬ king Upon the rolling lands of Texas trance to the Stock Exchange on tho Mr Briggs he began in a gentle STREET MUSICIANS rv road is said to be tho only female rail- Â¬ way I want A wild whoop was his herds roamed waxing fat and in- Â¬ Wall street side road officer in the country It is tho halls and there What Eminent Compoaors Have Said Vou want do you interrupted His name was good echoing through a creasing rapidly strange too since women handle more Briggs Well everybody wants Its was a roar lUo great f all jof water About Them for six figures at the Chicago stock Telegraph boys and brokers wore dart Â¬ men and know how to want want want all day Theres trains It is commonly believed that street switch than off in great style N Y thousand in here to day wanting 1 been a want em yards and in the commercial reports ing back and forth The cattle king too I want a rest I want you to leave of the letters opposite his was excited as he mounted the stairs to organs hurdy gurdies and kindred in- Â¬ Graphic he had all But Mr Briggs struments are looked upon with par- Â¬ Muscle is all well enough said voice I know butcontinued the gentle name that struggling young business the visitors gallery 1 want it but mind is over3 Somcbod3nuist be getting hurt the ticular dislike by all orthodox musi- Â¬ the little man men further down in the alphabet Dont soy want to me shouted way they yell he said Now take it iu fishing 1 am Briggs cians There wore no inventions of tho tliing get out of this quick or Ill go look upon as crown jewels in com- Â¬ V Li As he reached the gallery he rushed kind in Hogarths day yet that atL a small man but do you remember crazy K ft 1 r merce He pulled out a watch that the to the rail and devoured tne scene But Mr Biiggs 1 want niirablo satirist was clearly of opinion those enormous strings of trout that I poor mans banker in Chatham street with his sharp little eyes andstrained Yes yes said the big man Get out bowled Briggs I want that the efforts of harmonious blind would have called good for about three his ears to catch some intelligible beggars and strolling minstrels of all 1 remember those big strings of trout to j I told you and Briggs reached for a Chicago paper weight while the visitor got up and dollars and compared the lime with sound from the noisy crowd- below He sorts wore utterly abominable to tho you caught in your mind Hew and about ten minutes afterward grow excited at the stir in- the Lacka-Â¬ ears of men who know something of Herald the splendid marble faced clock in a wanna crowd and seemed to expect there was a call at the telephone Briggs What are you doing Mary responded counterpoint There is no mistaking down town ofhee bloodshed there He readall the signs the meaning of his Enraged Musi- Â¬ asked a husband addressing his wife Hello what is it he asked 1 rcckn 1 aint much behind time aloud aud had an idea that the meTK IlASiKmS V Ml a crazy I am Ts that you Mr Briggs came the cian It appears however that the replied sewing onthere any quilt she he said to the boy in the outer room chanical bulletin board whero the Are buttons on query belief is an inaccurate one In 1 want to see my friend numbers were flapped upJhad some-Â¬ common celebrated advocate Adolpho it No I thought not he said Yes all right go ahead 1861 the Yes I will sit down for dnrn me if I thing to do with the number of failures Well Mr Briggs I wanted to pay you M P it wouldnt bo like you to Do sewing i Crcmieux was engaged to plead the aint tuckered out already 1 never did The scene filled him with intense inter cause of cortain organ grinders who on anything that needed buttons and five hundred dollars Ive been owing yon I By gu ni shes runnin cov-see such hard walkin as on these pave- - est even to the paper bjtswh were indicted in Paris as public nuis- - drawing a deep sigh he proceeded to Tr er T towsI hc clerics caught some x crcd ine noor like theater snow no incnts fasten his suspenders with a half burned and in order 11 im metallic tones and began to crane waieneatnc messengers as tue gaiiery ances for the defense to obtain ma match Chicago Journal ho applied to tcrials the r necks to look at him He met gods watch the supos at a showHis - - - 3 Complete Identification three of the leading composers of the their gaze steadily and pulled away innocent interest was entertaining Si Jackson a colored granger from Onion day ior their opinions ibout street THE CONVERSATIONALIST on the butt of a five cent cigar and Wheres Vandcrbilt1f Creek being in Austin called at the 4nftC organs and hurdy gurdies Two of tho IjI s e3es were not Oh he never combs here only upon replies have recently been discovered no Tells a Inmiy Story of tho Follow dence of Colonel Yerger to whom be be 7 men Z the cuiious vounp Wheres Jay Could whoi i among a large collection of autographs AVho Wrote WimtH XtSKnme longed before the war He was toM by the seemed to suspect that there was He does not come hero hols nofca servant that Colonel Yerger was out that was left by the great lawyer and You remember that fellow who an oddity around but they were member Tell yer boss I jes3 called ter see him the letters are printed in the current upon every piece of furniture and every Whjr I thought Id see both of em number of the Jlevue Politique et Lit- Â¬ wrote whats its name You know Whats yer name picture As soon as his friend a junior here What does it cost to get in ter he made some money on ono of tho Dont need no name He knows we F Halevy wrote aire I J 11 3 it V rs is ii member of the firmr appeared- - tho cat- - thar aready Bie knowed me befonh you was do not bolievo that any composer Western railroads 1 forgot what they jumped to his feet one of tie king borned Heah heah hean V1 Texas Sijt About 25000 will admit that his reputation suf-Â¬ which he had been sitting on after the iwjs tLordy ThatVa big lofof money fers when a few of his melo- Â¬ call it Wellr what of it fashion of some women and met him Some q those fellows 400k awfully reproduced on A Faic Offer 3 vr with a genial smile saying I reckon tuckered Where are the bulls and dies aroand other musicaltho street Why not long ago ho was in boxes to organs t rJm tB TKiaf 7 Judge Prisoner you hava been found you didnt expect to see me in Noo bears 4 You I TL kV belhwe on the whatSithat town in Wisconsin which you allude York did you Well I brung a bunch guilty by a jury of your peers and I sent- Â¬ Sonie of these are bulls and some of contrary that nirs Iwhich are thus know of beef cattle to Chicago and I kum them bears ence you to seven years in the Stata3 You cant tell em made public not only do not lessen Dont mind tho name of the town on here Got here last night and as apart Prison the reputation of the composer but What did he do be outer town I feared you mightwas go ng to kum I Jedge Ill teil rrisonerconfidentially A bull s the fellow wat wants things give it an additional popularity which What the deuce is the name of that telegraphed 3011 I you wot Ill da Ill jest trow you dice to go up aint he And a bears the is not unwelcome Of course the com- Â¬ town A By gum Ive seed enough of Noo York Oh I tother one thats about the trick eh poser likes great singers celebrated there Youbig policeman came from she xpects free Well this roclcs reckon if hev ter oil up me ter cut horses best two in TJie wheder itll b know him wouldnt like to live here long Whatj D timed ef I can make out what theyre tenors and illustrious prima donnas sure pop Ill Bambler fourteen or nofin fellow do you do when you want 41 quiet rest all 3ellin about Theyjdont seem to Which fellow so you can think what 3ourc about nave any mone3 aoouu JLsupposoJnat yet there is good in the vox populi me year and he is far from despising ii V I can t think of his name Its a for about awhen I and youat wanted place to 1 could make my salt in this Durncd if your pay itbut a called fellow Aip thar is the cashier j Rossini was next appealed to but his good joke and 1 nearly died when 1 few minutes ago How do you all mako a old No JieVthe Chairma- nhere place reply is not given It was evidently it Hod come up from that big Briggs yanked the telephone off the 2h in and whar do you get enuff to Hes got a soft job aint he Whars much to the same ellect as Halovy s plantation in Louisiana kept 03 by j wall kicked it out the front door jammed feed vou all the reportersscthe fellows as writes this for Auber who was the thircKcom whos that big banker in St Louis his head into his hat clear up to his ears Thats what used to puzzlo Horace for the papers r poser to whom tho question was re- Â¬ The man who built a line of steamboats and went nut to find a mule to kick him said his friend Grccle ferred wrote I entirely agree with from Keokuk to to Ill think of tho serene Merchant Traveler The are noirallqwed On the floor 3s Broadway alius so crowded I suppose they are-- hevin agoodÂ¬ Rossini and Halevy and I bey you to name in a minute tho town at tho Wh3 Ill be dog goned ef a mans got tTme with Jay Gould yon know that town in Ar aint they Reck- add my testimony to theirs The suc- Â¬ CLEAR WATER FROGS an3 elbow room here- - rlow much did on hes iixin up somethin for us fo ks cess of the street is not the least flat- mouth of Anyway hed come up on the kansas building cost Dont know this here Played on a Rc to read Not ono of these dis Â¬ sdwell buy some of tering of all thatjoad that runs at the west bank The Confidence Game nn Unsophisticated Well it must a cost a heap tunrant Keeper ly his truck Wcllthey don t ketch me tinguished musicians went so far as of the Mississippi from that place opHow are things in Texas Colored Man Consolidated with the Wall theyre gittin a little bettei If ljcuowd I could make all my ex- Â¬ to declare that the strains of a hand posite Cairo into an arrangement him or that go in I Times aint so hard as they has bepn penses afore 1 night bo wouldnt to give organ were soothing to for the lugu- Â¬ Cairo Pulton Road Whats the name to Old Casper entered restaurant One day E might Sr t lK ho had an active liking tempted kase iM furnish frogs for a of that line f and the cattle men are in better spir Â¬ up cows did cows is my best friend of a hurdy guruy and brious outpourings Dont know Never wa3 in that he came with a lot of frogs that were much 1 its gucssTve seed enuff les3 you think and therefore it may not be ajstheti country What did your rnan do that smaller than the kind he had been accusYou still have your ranches tomed to deliver yes 1 haint got nothin else tharll be 1 pauic thats when the cally incumbent on a mere every day was so funny Lord lover of musc to go into raptures aint t Why hed come up from thatplan said the pro- Â¬ ccpt caUie If it wasnt fur cow driv- - bears jump see any panic to it11 These are rather small We wont day but whenever Giovanni Giovannelli ac- Â¬ tation on this line to the town in Wis Â¬ iug Id be out of a job prietor to I want to take Let me see how many cattle have friend of mine you to see a broker a companied by his monkey elects of consin aud struck for the- - thatr hotel Yas sah daa de clar water frog an who Js a strong bull churn out discordaut fragments on tho coVnor of Jefferson and that you got r opera withiu hearing London Slajidr other street Named after a Trench iu fack das wuth morn de udder ones but Well somewhere about sixty fiyo ah da growing man By s nl the flow-e-- r Stopped 1 reckons dat Pit hafter tot yer hab em at They started down tho stairway Tho ard man Strange I cant remember it thousen head mebbe -- a few thousen cattle king was de same price Das monstrous hard ter Suthlns broke1 Novor heard of it Dont know uneas3 more DEPRAVED TASTES You aint going to try4o getrme anything about it Go on with your Why you ought to sell out and 111 He Had Snapicion he asked A Country Whore Shakespeare In Original stor come here You could buy a house on into this game are you Was your last boarding house a sood Well he got there and perpetrated with some exctement His friend as- Â¬ Purity Is Xot Appreciated I lif Ih avenue and live in style tliejje3t pun you ever heard on tho sured him that it was going to do no asked James of Buntin one Me No sirec bub Who Who The sun was shining brightly on laundlords name The landlord got off harm for him to know a leading finan- Â¬ waj that fellow who kum here from It didnt suit me Why do yoa aelkS made his pile cier The cattleman didn JLseem a bit Union Square when Harold Montgom- Â¬ a pretty good thiug on this mans Laliforny arter hed Im thinking of coing there witk my anxious Ho followed meekly along ery Boothbarrett strode into the center nainor but I cant remomber what it thar What objections did you find family Anyhow this man asked the We have had a number of million- Â¬ until they reached an oihee full of close of a group of actors His ambrosial was Well 1 donr wans to run the place Why are you like an insur- Â¬ partitions and liUlerooms Aint they curls were disheveled and his brow landlord aires from California down for I may be mistaken bat the fint kinder secret boutlfsaid the cattle- Â¬ was knit as though ho woro about to ance company he named the insurance-1 mean that fellow that kum cross meal 1 took there I saw a razor on the but Â¬ man He eot a peep into the custom- - break out into the curse of King company but Ive forgotten what the country saying to everybody that ter plate instead of a butter knife and ft it was Why aro vera like an insurance aroused my suspicion tliats alL Merchant he was going to Noo York to break Jay crs room wuere a halr dozemnen be Lear Giveitup traying various moods Traveler Gould Why Harold said one o5 tho company and apparently afraid of getting over actors I thought you had gone out YesI give it up mean Mr James Koone You A Fine Painting WelLsir the answer is tho funniest Yes yes thats the jman Jim Ithrce feet from the tape were regulat Â¬ West with a company to playShakes thing jou ever heard It broke me all I want to look at some pictures said hTccue Welt ho kum here and sot up ing the fate of certain stocksan an perian plays ThemVsome of the upwhen I heard it Mrs Stockandbond to the dealer oracular way w style didnt he tis pity pity tiatis safd tho cattle true Tistruc Harold not relaxing the Why if I could remember tho replied the dealer Certainly madam lambs aint they Yes replied name of tho landlord Id know in a 1 king Well some of em look as frown upon his Phidian brow Now there is a finepHt deferentially But he didnt break Jay Gould did Y moment Whos that follow that inÂ¬ though they had been sheared in cold he You have cut your trip rfcort ing that I thmfc would please you It fe C -- Oh no weather dented the pshaw that machine for the Prerapbael schooL havent you You making vhatro they called isitts V The picture suited 3rrs StockaidbA But he got broke hisself didnt It must be admitted that ho oattle I have -i understand something about Who says we and she bought it Now she tells fcer Now then Towscr king didnt present an attractive fig- Â¬ he- Well why friends that it was painted by sol arttetfef cant run de masheenV ure and when the bustling oroker was WelL he was unfortunate Young man I undertook to play the name of PreraphaeL Chicago Suh Never heard of him Well I dont want to bo unfor tu- caught on the fly and introduced he Romeo and Juliet in Butte City Mon- Â¬ ItVthe same na- e I know all about punching cows gave the Texan a nod andsaidMorn tana All went merry as a marriage S3ilable Funny name except the last nreii sah an dar skins fits so close dat I dont catch it fng VI The friend said that a -- cattle beHtill I was about to stab myself m das hard ter peel otT Des look at dis heah but I aint got brains enough to keep Is that all of onr story one Wont he make er rich white man king wasnt often in Wall street The the last act When 1 drew the danger yon folks up with You see if I could re- Â¬ fcmack his moid Why yes You underestimate yourself A broker showing interest saicb -- Good the audience burst into a roar of laugh- Â¬ Shortly after the old negro went away member my mans name and the in- Â¬ shrewd man in any line has a field in morning ter and a rnde fellow in the front row 1 surance company and the landlords thf proprietor calling a friend said And thought continued the mu called out New York Daniel Drew was a cattle just eaten some of the finest fros 1 have Hey you tender foot wot art yon name Id bust you right open with the ever haw a new variety to me They are tuali riend that one millionaire should man bestthing you ever 1 stened to -- He didnt stick to it did he meet another goin ter do A vast proportion of society is made the clear water species surely Ah take a seat1 said the broker 1 was astonished but I replied Oh no for of a vacuum in memory and some of any Thats a new kind clear water 1 thought Tho To kill myself Let me He tried his luck in Wall street I want to have a talk with yousilence frog could live in of Brooklyn tho cattle king had maintained a said he with that tooth Â¬ will shining social lights in conversn see one of them Wot didnt he compare pleasantly and as he took a chair he flopped one pick You cant come that on- - this The proprietor brought one The man Yes and Why Tommy to swing the community You tako this and send toniJ ability with the genius here por rifipr vnmininr it beiran to latlKb foot under him and began He got broke didnt he I Twamtray faalt mum tfeerftwwc fcw trayed Brooklyn Eagle thn ninttnrV you a bull on yducself over the range in style Well sir are riif why a toad ctker Yes but much oil put into her Harpers XJWir Matter its asked the broker And ho handed me up a tremendous Well he oughter stock to cows like the list What a cow Oh I aint j expostulated and explained The way tho law stands now a boy Im going to do I tell you 1 wouldnt driver said the nothin butThe best revolver Inot Easy to Aeqalxe Yes it a toad Texan was in the play 1 saii they lias only to raise a couple of dollars that it live in this noise a week for the whole The proprietor went out into the back Bo you boy yonr awMie by tbc rail 9W As tor House Id jest die A man bulls I know are down at the headof- had no pistols in those days and swear that he is eighteen years old and leaned over a barrel The next he roared Wot no pistols and a girl that she is sixteen in order yardthe restauntut man met old Casper on a gentleman to the deee3 dasghec got no peace of mind in Noo the Concho with my cows haint tlav Vrt cr n h iWKwtlvraiielr T fwvs Well we are having a great mar- Â¬ Then the quicker you stop this durned to plunge headlong into tho sea on the street York Its no place for me and Fm Thaman that play an give 113 a song and danco th vho5qw3hores some of the profoundest ket said the broker You old scoundrel I ought to kilti wait until Sandajr w km X caa atit hfiika going straight home to night j JN philosophersuhave stood around and your Tho cattle king said that he hadnt will buy his stocks nowyandapnfc them better I JovsrmL I choir And Juliet and I had to do the shivered until they were sixty seven or Wlut s de matter hossv inucn curiosity vo go auout mucu us away is surer than death to make nig Jersey editerhoa fallen in love Yda You know what the matter Big Sunflower right there dressed j ninety years of age without dating to he was afraid of pickpockets and bunco money JltoAcid m irt swppoa It is buphl me a lot of touUr said tho just as we were xoang man Shakes j go in This is U wrong Lansing would liko Same way with cows I stesrer but he added I Who did1 Only cows aon t set iat nearos got no show out there aublican to see that place whar folks go crazy kins Black wells Isl and No that aint the place whar they clr AXK13 - 3 J -- Â¬ 3R - -- Â¬ Â¬ -- i x- - -- v MM 5 JirJV r t1 t j -- Â¬ BSH5W - l a iii 1 4 m- -- - Â¬ -- mm mm -11 a- 1 J tm i iBiCa I -- 5 Jm m -- Â¬ Â¬ to-mon- -T -- Â¬ -- -- Â¬ oa-tho-bull- s- b-e-- dl f 1 1 M but-all-restle- xwmi KWifkq 1 W23miM m 3 - stair-rods- Tk 1 1 -- Â¬ V5 V 4a -- JSh-r-Jt9tiHtii- yU 4 4k -- --- - - BfcaeT Mil- - o T 5 HiSHBLQBEEN ffiSEALD - - J i - latere TEE HEEALTJirjssss110111311016 every weefc aad iU circulation is - the nominee vrxu position to which he aspires in a pro tern wrayj he has convinced all of his x Year Always ia Advance ability as a prosecutor and will be a at taeHasel Green Postoffice as hard man to beat if in fact he can be beaten We have no official information fceoona class sisil matter j of anv opposition to Mr Whites nomi exPect eectt issue it is therefore in- - r S - v r --- a- Up- - 3 - O - i 4 THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM Which XeeterK Keebacky and the rates are One man drinks squanders his sub- Â¬ fcalf those charged by V301- local family newspapers others stance and suffers his family to go hun do not superior HERALD gey another man who has hadaccounta- more advantages and hence is nts and leads his family a life of SPENGEE COOPER Editoe I humiliation and mortification Cutiery- rtHAZEL GREEN KY Leaf Tobacco Live Stock and ail kinds Country Produce THANKSGIVING DAY WEDNESDAY NOV 11 1885 taken in exehanec for Goods or in settlement of Notes ad Accounts President Clovcland Appoints Thursday four trade is respectfully solicited J T F DAY Xovcmoer 20 th as the Time Democratic County Ticket The American people have always abun Â¬ dant cause to be thankful to Almighty Election First Monday in August 16SC God whose watchful care and guiding hand have been manifested in every stage For County Judge of their national life guarding and pro Â¬ G B SWAN GO tecting them in time of peril and safety leading them in the hour of darkness and r For County Attorner danger It is fitting and proper thata JOSEPH C LYECNB nation thus favored should on one day in sSSU every year for that purpose especially For County Court Clerk appointed publicly acknowledge the 3 DAVID HOGG goodness of God and return thanks to snrTTTTTES Uleediaz at te Xac TMnithrf- - grann Anthraa ilroTioliltls Ehexcaitism Him for all His gracious gifts Ctermta For Sheriff Hoarseness Inflnensa Hacking CcaenWnxoopiag Cough Catajrrh Cholera KorbaaSraex IMArriicBa Kidney Troablea and Spinal Diseases Pamphlet fires Dr I 8 Johnaan 3c Co acnejUM Therefore I Grover Cleveland Presi- Â¬ G T CENTER importers Jobbers dent of the United States of America do MAKE set apart Thursday hereby designate and 2TS W SICH For Circuit Court Clerk the 26th day of November instant as a W F ELEINS BLOOD day of public thanksgiving and prayer Those dUIs were a wonderful discovery 2fo others Wen them In the world win pomveiyaare r and do invoke the observance of the same tae eo The information around each boils worta teatlsesHl1iatra J BWIWUtl reUere all manner of disease o nr For Assessor A OOS8 mn tiHll tnjov Via rhnnfefW-Z- 8On TlillSOX CO S3 WH a Vr by all the people of the land On that CH St 3oae JOESf free Bold eTOrrohere or Bentfcrnnil for Za in rtanipa Dr W G W CRUET day let all secular business be suspended ca ear Sheridans Condition fxTothing- be lar Powder ia absolutely and let the people assemble in their usual It cbm pure and highly con For Jailer place of worship with prayer and songs oentrated One o unco w chicken cholerahet dLtiasc a of all is worth s oound of GEORGE W DRAKE of praise devoutly testify their gratitude Ia srerrtk it srafath any other kind It is in sold ninatratod strictly a medicine to to the Giver of every good and perfect be riven with food-For Surveyor CS cents in atanga 1 4 lb air tleht tin cans SI r byraail SiJsB 3 Bold everywhere or sent by mall for gift for all that He has done for us in oc ss x a Six cans by express prepaid for 500 iu H BURNS HASH the year that has past for our preserva- Â¬ de- Â¬ tion as a united nation and for our For Coroner liverance from the shock and danger of political convulsion for the blessings of FD3LDEN COX peace and for our safety and quiet while For County School Superintendent wars and rumors of wars have agitated DEAIXE IN and afflicted other nations of the earth JOHN M ROSE ed room Sir a for our security against the scourge of And I wonder if Gods messengers the An b t you can discontinue my Paper aman that pestilence which in other lands has claimare authorized to announce ed its dead by thousands and filled the For itgels haveI not come whisper as they Will Work aganst my interest leant seems hear them IMPOBTEES AND JOBBBBS OF afford to read his Paper I Want you to hover round his bed JUDGE JOHN E COOPER streets with mourners for plenteous crops HAZEL GREEN EENTUCKY for Judge of which reward the labor of the husband-Â¬ And methinks I see a halo of light about know While you have Worked aganst of West Liberty as a candidate KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FTHX AS30ETEENT O his head me having the scegule changed Which Dry the Circuit Conrt of the 13th Judicial man and increase our nations wealth and Democratic subject to the action of the for the contentment throughout our bor- Â¬ And the rigid trace of suffering has vanish- Â¬ Would benifit me save me of Paying Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing parry out money this Winter that I am very Thikd Rack ed from his brow ders which follows in the train of pros- Â¬ and announce perity and abundance are authorized to And instead a smile of gladness is resting serten to opperate aganst your interest I Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware on Want you to kuow that you are no god Union Streets day thus And the it now hands so And let there also be on the J B WHITE Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ little purple lie calmly or govner I Want you to know that I county as a candidate for set apart a reunion of families sanctified of Irvine Estill on his breast CINCINNATI O my Werd ies Stoves and Farming Implements Commonwealths Attorney of the 13th Judi and chastened by tender memories and For God has sent his messenger to give Our Was raised in this cuntrey is taken Will Werk aganst your inter- Â¬ to the action of the associations and let the social intercourse cial District subject Baby rest In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOif PRICES Democratic party of freinds with pleasant reminiscence re- Â¬ Oh tis hard to part with baby and fills est Will let you know thrue the colÂ¬ HATS CAPS GLOVES Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of cy debt due me all kinds of it lums of the mt Serling Papers the hernew the ties of affection and strengthen Country Produce and Live Stock of every description our hearts with pain the bonds of kindly feeling And let us But we find in this a solace Our Babe shall ald had nothing to doo With StartingÂ¬ S Co Breathitt Announcements the Hacks mine harve Spradlings monlive again We are authorized to announce B M by no means forget while we give thanks Â¬ And when we lay our darling to slumber ey started them The Old Reliable COMBS a candidate for the office of SurveyÂ¬ and enjoy the comforts which have crownthe herald nor the People of Hazel or ef Breathitt county subject to the action ed our lives that truly grateful hearts We neath the sod will know we have not lost him hes at green never helped to start them Would of the Democratic party incline to deeds of charity and that a home at rest with God ent loan us one 5 c though the People of kind and thoughtful remembrance of DEALER IS As I gaze upon our darling shadowed by Hazelgreen Would hier conveyance at The letter from torn collinsworth pub- the poor will double the pleasure of our Corner Pearl and Yine Cincinnati would mt Sterling or Walk thrue bee they the wings of death and lished in the humorous column on this condition and render our praise sight Andawait the final summons with anxious Would Paternise us What has the herald here express their thanks for past favors to thanksgiving more acceptable in the bated breath or Hazelcreen done except J H Pieratte all their old customers and still ask a con page of our paper while exceedingly of the Lord Then our precious little darling to our Sa- then you Will kick bee case I Want to tinuance of their trade funny has sorely troubled our peace of Done at the city of Washington this Motrni irini cnange tne scguie so i can stay at nome mind The idea of losing torn as a subÂ¬ 2d day of November one thousand eight And I whisper to Our Father Not my will of anight With my Stock to save paying We always keep a good stock and Uncle NO 10 MAIN STREET MT STERLING KY Jim Fant with his good looks will at all Â¬ be done but Thine and of scriber to The HratA7D is a calamity we hundred and eighty five States the indeout money so as to enable us to keep the times be ready to wait upon you pendence of the United the one n The Execution of Floyd Williams of hacks runing I ask no favors of you I had not dreamed of and then too we hundred and tenth The following poetical description is an grant none I have aninfluence dont you CLOCKS FROM ONE 100 DOLLAR UP are grievously reminded that misfor- Â¬ Gboyer Cleveland ntATtfmaLiiKr account of the execution of Floya Williams forget it I dont Propose to hier you or - By the President Clock strike One Day 3 00 T F Bayard Sec- Â¬ and was written by C C Denniston of He tunes never come single handed any one elce to doo me afavor I ask noth Eight Day Clock 3 75 Menifee county retary of State not only stops his paper but warns us ing that would mger vou or any one eice I have upon my mind today 1 and Album 3 75 Eight Day Clock A Bitter 3Xnn From Bitter Creek if you cant read this I can read it for that he intends to use his influence A scene that makes me shake SOLID SILVER WATCHES 9 60 3POTJNJORY you T P Collinsworth Beattyville Enterprise And in this little rhyme I may against us How sad the thought Will 198 Tin atvet Cincinnati OKU Spoons 1 0O Silver Plated Just one impression make What about the Beattyville public not some loving friend soothe us in our A SMITH ALLISON arParticular attention paid to Repairing Call and see my goods school house It is not some what like So now the day before I went on which Tht typ foundry this paper Ii printed is from sorrow He reminds us that he was Dr Kane Butler Mo Thomas Cat ya Sorroa Hibald tha abo found the Arctic reigons a JOHU W JONHS I near the road did stay raised in this country which is all right little inhospitable It has been used In Bibb County Ga the people are And as the morning there I spent called to church by the silvery notes of Said I Hell come this way except that its pretty rough on the coun for a little of everything In its pris ESTABLISHED Ifi Â¬ a hunting bugle Cant go to church trv His wrath knows no bounds He tine days when the paint was fresh sin The one of whom I now do speak The Trustees of this institution have even without a horn down in Georgia ners knelt there in sanctimonious panto Is one who was condemned instructed his driver not to allow us to mine and no Dont talk of your private personal again secured the services of Prof N B doubt felt a kind of pro tem He thro the lonesome woods did sneak ride on his hack or haul anything what regret that they were sinners But they and family mattersStocktoii Cal HAYS and the third term will commence And one mans life did end Maverick We never did it ia all we AUGUST 318T 1885 and continue ten 10 ever for us even though we should pay and their decendante dont feel that way OF MT STSPuLIlTG- - K3T months At noon the boys at play were seen can do to look after the affairs of our Tiityi in advance now even the pro tem racket has played He says he is going to Hazel Green is the most desirable locaAnd girls were also gay neighbors tion in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky Total Assets of Agency CO publish a letter in the 2It Sterling paÂ¬ out and nobody cares for nothing judg Â¬ While up the road I gazed to see ma- Â¬ and noted for the advantages it has in Flying An exchange remarks ing from the care taken in the moral intel- Â¬ 1885 Royal of Liverpool 31000000 00 1S61 London and Lancashire 8ix men all riding down the way pers we pity the compositor and tell lectual and physical welfare of a good churches temperance society 1836 Liverpool and London chines will probably never be a success of Liverpool 9260000 0 Among the six I saw a man the matter with a mosquito He and health people the citizens of Hazel Green many children and justice has sat there Whats and Globe of England 36875000 00 lSia Hartford of Hartford the 4541240 GO This school presents advantages which 1S09 North British In fetters bound was he MercanS4 Springfield ot Springfield p5533 CO had nothing to do with starting the hack with scales aloft meting out to some of The cufls and chains that bound his hands is a flying drilling machine and the suck are not equalled in the State in many par33301000 00 1363 Piremenjr Fund of CK- tile of England ingest kind of a success these self same sinners as much of what ticulars and its future is destined to work a 1794 Ins Co of N orth America line That will be interesting to the I do not want on me fornia 1473025 GO About 60000 people in Europe die of good to our country which will be felt they justly deserved as defendants 971696 33 1S63 Northwestern National of Philadelphia readers of those papers What is all this attorney would agree to theAll this time 1154589 0O small pox annually This is a sad state Terms reasonable for both tuition and 1710 Sun Fire OfficeJof London 5S63000 CO 1750 Niagara of New So I must turn my thoughts away York 1574035 00 of affairs but it is better than if they board For terms tc apply to From things like these Ive said for Why because John H Evans the and all these years school was kept there 5383916 46 iaw uoaunas jfUtaburg1782 Phenix of London 411499 0O N B HAYS Principal Prof came to this country and talked politics Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed bv successful cad ycll knowis When it And come at once and try to stay postmaster at this place would not sign when the weather permitted In bounds of thought instead decidedly better corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental companies being dosr at anvurice the application for a change oLschedule didnt somebody begged the use of a A Missouri woman recently cured a room in the court house where at least Just now Ill try to tell about The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their compaaies aa tier B so as to allow torn collinsworth to stay the ferule could be kept warm All little boys deformed foot by prayer but The things that I did see this would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds in trust Loot to quality as tha all the praying she could do tailed to pre Â¬ at home every night and the mail to time the patrons paid some money for Of all the people that came out wttkN paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully a IIOFFiCAN The last of him to see vent him from wiping his nose on his reach Mt Sterling in two days from here repairs but most of it went the way that Office At Traders and Deposit Ban v sleeve while eating walnuts while it now goes in one Of course ends in Canada Several pocketbooks Upon the hills I took my seat Scientists hold seven distinct theories regions round about contain the j Just by a walnut tree Evans is to blame He and collinsworth in theof nickles intended for Every as to the cause of earthquakes print that old About ten steps below my feet B F McCoRMicr 14 J 2L Cos are both serving in the mail service un- Â¬ school house but the repairs didnt get paid up subscriber to the Thomas Cat is stood something new to me Â¬ entitled to his choice Samples of earth WHOLESALE der the same administration and they there Eli Perhaps those whom the shoe iEL PLANING MILL Although twas but a wooden frame quakes can be seen at this office Dinches will howl In ecclesiastic par should do all they can to accommodate That stood between twohills In Shaep Russia and Turkey Bindings A Dry each other regardless of the opinion and ance Lord grant it pen quick ear is But then its structure was so plain Obituary istening and a sullen is ready to McCOEMIGS It caused my heart to chill COX business interests of all the people of ieed the howl Will two or three citizens 729 731 and 733 Died Oct 31st 1885 at the residence John A Carter So then my eyes were turned to view Manufacturers of and Dealers in Breathitt Morgan Magoffin Knott and tell why the churchly cupola is down of her Joseph Pieratt near JameB G Carter The people as they came MAIN STREET this place Mrs Adaline Cannoy She D A Forline of the State and that too right at a time when the other counties in this part The way in which they came tis true Hough and Dressed Lmtar Daws Jo C Bethel Give us a rea was taken very suddenly and lived only Did my attention claim Tes it is a downricht shame A con old house is so hole y LOUISVILLE KY J G Carter Jr son why the school is now m a room of two hours never speaking after she was SASH BLINDS tractor should stand head and shoulders the court house For they did come in numbers great taken sick The subject of this notice H SMOCK All ages there were seen above the whole people They should was born and reared in Grayson county WITH And all sixm of Butloixc Matsslu They came right on and did not wait About Former Citizens of Wolfe Va and from the cradle was a favorite bow down and kiss the hem of his gar- Â¬ Till seated on the green Butler Mo Democrat with all who knew her Early in life Co MT STERLING ScT ment A firm like J T F Day for The many friends of Sheriff and Mrs she recognized that it was not all of life And then I cast a wondring glance insnce who handle 150000 to 200000 W F Hanks sympathize very sincerely Oer all the persons near Wholesale Dealers In to live and at an early age she accepted Ladles Will Find at Miss M S worth of goods annually and whose mail with them in their great bereavement And now it seemed a dream or trance joined the Methodist the Savior and thought What brought them here I Church in which she lived and died a The Unabridged ia now supplied at a small ad-Â¬ A finIack Wd love a is quite large should sacrifice their in over the loss of their little nephew How165 Ligitea ditional cost with ffeoSONS kids 125 4 bntton Silk and Lisle thread ard Swango which occured on last Sun Â¬ And now another group I saw faithful member She was always with interests to allow a contractor to lay me gloves in black and colors Rucbiags PATEXT REFERENCE IKDES day morning dintheria willing hands ready to do deeds of kindn- Â¬ and ten Of two The greatest improvement in book making that crepe leiss and muslin mualin at25 cesis ia in my little bed3 because Im tired and disease Sheriff brought being the fatal That camescore men to where the law a right up the bright and ess administering to the wants of the has been made in a hundred years box Infants muslin bonnets 50 cents p Of course they should and inatresting little boy back with him last sleepy too To one did put an end poor and comforting the sorrow i ng This Tha Cut gives but an incomplete Idea of its utility Corsets in great variety Groods Plated Jewelrv xa so should all other merchants business spring also accompanied by Mrs Swango aad notice will send sorrow to many THE STANDARD pins and eardrops in sets from 1 p Laee And then upon the gallows they The sheriffs hearts but none are so heavy and near 715 and 717 West Main Street Wbstr ithasUSOOOTTords pins Mourning Jewelry m sets from 5 els men and citizens Tes and The Her the boys grandmother A few of them did go SOOO XngraTings and a New family hadlearned to idolize him when up Collar buttons 30 to 50 cts in gold aad to breaking as her four children What- Â¬ The parson there did sing and pray Biographical Dictionary AU should be delayed one day every the fell destroyer took him from them Between 7th and 8th Standard in Govt Printing Offico silver Silver Rhine stone combs That God this man might know ever of sympathy it is of earth to give is 375 t week from 600 anxious subscribers who He was four years and ten months old 800 Hair ornaments in gold silver sieU 32000- copies in Public Schools LOUISVILLE KY extended to the sorrowing children and Salo 20 to X of anv other seriea and iet Gold necklaces 3 to 5 eack the crowd re dependent upon that line to get their the very day he died The child was Before spoke to the crimnal stood friends but praise the Lord there is a laid tomake a Family Intelligent Coral bracelets 25 cts And all around Der pr Ladies kaad D B GREEN sest help lor shuiaju3 satcneis 1 up Allkinds of hair work Balm in Gilead there is a Physician papers to allow a government contractor the pride and pet of the sheriff and relaGive heed heed to me for all tis good TEACHERS and SCHOOIS WITH tives and their grief over his loss is creat there possessed with all the healing pow- Â¬ Who would this death surround to take a little nap at home Webster Is Standard Authority with tho TJ S done to order Braids made from combings HUFFAKER WHITE GREEN The Democrat tenders condolence ers to relieve the broken hearts turn the Supreme Court Becommonded by tho State at 50 cts per ounce We sell braids made Wholesale Dealers in Mrs OHair and Mrs Fraziertwo esti- Â¬ You all do know as I suppose Sapts of Schools in 36 States and by ovpr 50 from long even hair at 3 to 10 gray 5 ta darkest night into the brightest sunshine College Presidents The reason why Im here We this week publish the announce-Â¬ mable ladies of Illinois are visiting their S10 Orders by mail proraptlv attended to where the saints hAll meet in re union Cor Church Jt Upper LXSOTO I killed a man his doom he knows 7 A UBRART IN ITSELF KY ment of Judge John E Cooper for the sister Mrs Wm F Hanks of this city 615 West Sain Street never again to know sorrow or pain but R L White And mine is now bo near The lateat edition in the quantity of matter it to dwell forever in the presence of the J B Green contains is believed to be tho largast volume nomination of Circuit Judge of this Ju Â¬ The ladies accompanied by Mrs Hanks LOUISVILLE KY published It has 30OO mora Word3 in its vovisited Rich Hill and the great coal Young man young man to yon I turn Lord We commend the bereaved chil- Â¬ J A Hufiaker J dicial District It is merely formal as mines last Thursdav The cabulary than aro found In any other Am Dicty Valuable Farm for Sals And do this warning give we dren and friends of Aunt Adaline as Democrat and nearly 3 times the number of EngraTings EO E TUCK there is no doubt in the world that he hopes their visit to Missouri may be a While young the bad forsake and learn always called her to this Savior who I offer for sale tie farm known as tie TVTTH practical English Dictionary It is the testLondon Quarterly Rexiae The way thats best to live Trill be the choice of the convention pleasant one was her comforter in all her trying hours u extant Holderby place CO BLOOM 60LDSMITH TACHAU Peace be unto her dust R A C It Is aa ever present and rellablo school Â¬ jwhsch meets here on the 27th inst The Ive carried pistols since thirteen Containing master to the whole lamlly S S Herald Louisville Commercial Referring to Acres And cards I too did play people all over the State to day point to Federal aid for schools which is opposed And whisky was another mean Manufacturers Jobbers of Gloihing 4 C MERRIAM St CO Pubrs Springfield Maaa lying miles below Haael Green on the state road This farm haa oa him as the model judge as one to be bv the Frankfort Teoman that paper To take my life away 642 and 644 Main St LOUISVILLE XY W T CASKET H F PiEEATT it imitated by all others who now or may says Kentucky is far from being a pau 73 and 75 Wooster St NEW YORK A female vile did also aid A Cood 2 Story Frame Dwelling KentucEy nas nearley ten hereafter hold that high judicial position per fetate To bring upon my race A Fine Saw and Grist - Mill I 8 8 COMES common school teachers with Â¬ A crime that has a darker shade thousand containing 5 rooms besides kitchen aad dis J 2f VAUGHN and our own district is proud of the out one cent of money to expend ing room There is a good well of fine wa Â¬ for fa- Â¬ Than eer on it was placed course the manly course he has pursued cilities for training them for better work ter and fine springs vhieh vield aa abaa r COMBS HAZEL GEEEN KY dance ox pure stock water an oxchaxi ef this is dealing with criminals Such perfec- Â¬ None of these teachers are paid until Now warnhe said and nothing more DKATKR8 IK 65 bearing apple trees of assorted vkier To the growing man DEALERS ET tion in aa oScer i3 seldom found and half their Years work is done and some And turned ana stood upon the door and summer fruit young and thriftv geW And bravely there did stand we therefore believe he will be nomina Â¬ of them have to wait several months long- Â¬ ef Staple and Fancy Groceries barn and put buiiainga about 100 acrfce 9 er the poorer ones being forced to sell bottom land in good state of cullivatioa AND LIVE STOCK OF ALL KINDS ted by acclamation in the convention acres of which is now in com 60 acres ef their salary claims at a discount The While round his neck the rope was placed Cor Main and Marion Streets This is enough for me improved table land and the remaiain of every kind and description also best paid teachers earn little more than man his face CAMPTON KY acres timbered of whrh 163 acres is coverÂ¬ JT Banford White is announced in this ordinary farm hands Why do these A Thesedid say that in plainly seen 48 inch Saw and New Belting thoughts were A FULL LINE OF SADDLERY HAR- Â¬ ed with very finest oak and wJslar a exist if Kentucky is so far from issue as a candidate for Commonwealths facta rich and productive and underlaid witk NESS ETC Era T Then many more did scream with fright PORTABLE BOILER AND ENGINE Attorney subject to the action of the being a pauper State ON SKIDS 15 HORSE POWER Fins Bituminous Coal ana irom the place depart HAZEL GREEN KY O twas a scene as dark as night t Price34500 K democratic party which meets in conven Â¬ Beattyville Enterprise Last night the 24 inch French burr corn rocks made by FOB CASH we will sell GOODS one and two yearscash and remainder ia THA Pcseeesios givea at Enough to freeze the heart 8Y MAN once Bradford Mill Co recently overhauled tion in Hazel Green on Saturday No Â¬ 27th a little after midnight Judge G W on reaeoaable terms lersoaa ieam Gourleys house down town the one in The thunder in the West did roar now in first class condition and vember 27th 1S85 Mr White is well which K F Hargis Jr lived was set on Thanking our many customers for past to purchase can caQ oa H C HenHie er aCMakes and repairs all kinds of Farming Apply to or address F M LONG The wind was blowing bold favors vre hope to merit continuance of TV O Miae at Haael Gceeai er tae Tools Buggies and Wagons JoMwn throaghout the district as an fire by some unknown person and burned Upper Grassy Morgan county Ky Then down did fall the fatal door sigaed at Stanton Peweli esaatv Xx I jHem MiBg will rccem eipecial atten- - thesaac Respectfully Vay 27 le5 rsWe Jawyer and since he has filled the I to the ground The loes is about 800 That took away his sonL Or this office Uo L W MKBL CASKEY PIERATT la - ZSLZSSTHE - m -- -- Done hat Thine AN OLD TIME WEDDING THE JOHN SrHLUTO COMPANY The following beautiful lines were writ j xen dj a roomer wane waicnmg at ine oeu An Amusing Ceronaony Performed Tears Age in Kentacicy side of her dying child and have never be-Â¬ Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Thomas M Field has written out from fore been in print With heart of quiet sorrow lone I watch memory the following descripeion of a and wait colored wedding under the old regime For our little babe seems nearing the golden which he said used to be related with shining gate by Maj Herman Bowman A tall Though calm my heart seems breaking ignified and neath its load of woe r Not because hes dying but because he suf negro Tom Menzies officiating said in fers so pompous tones Silence in dis sembly Here i3 a cou-Â¬ When his lips I moisten with water clear ple who have walked out to night wish Â¬ and cold Eagerlv he catches and fast the spoon will ing to be jined in and thro love and Race Seventh George Streets hold wishing all dem dat have anything twix And when the spoon is empty I dare not dem come forward and speak now if not O give him more forever let dem peace Then to hear his piteous pleading with his more hold derevery now and ear to near ana 1 wants lips so pale and sore every heart to enjoy Hakes my heart grow sick and fainting to Mr Irvin Johnson whomsoeverstands think I must withhold so fastly by your left side do you take This boon for which hes pleading and in DEALEBS IN her for your beloved wife to wait on her plenty can behold Oh tis a painful duty his entreaties to deny through sickness and through health safe And when it is denied him to hear his pite Â¬ and be safe loving and be loving holy ous cry and be holy do you love her mother and But soon hell cease to suffer and his little do you love her father do you love her sister do you love her brothers and soul find rest From thirst from pain from hunger upon above all do you love God de best Ans- Â¬ the Saviours breast wer I do Then beside a living fountain from thirst Miss Jones whomsoever stands so hell cease to cry W fastly by your right side do you take for For perhaps the Saviours calling even now loving husband to wait on him through Come child on high health and through confiiction through O Poor little patient sufferer God has noted affliction and conviction safe and be safe cry every Â¬ He will give you living water then youll holy and be holy do you love his moth- 6 H DEAN KITE POLURD er do you love his father do you love have no more to die you love his mistress and For he blessed the little children when his master do dwelling here below above all do you love God the best Ans and And now my child hes calling you before wer 1 do a Bin you enow IN I command you Mr Irvin to hold Yes the little buds most precious for earth Miss Mary so fastly by de right hand too pure and fair and by authority pronounce you both to He transplants from earth to heaven to be man and wife by the commandments bloom in beauty there of God What God jines together let no While on heavenly joys 1 ponder my soul man sunder is lost in love We shall hope and trusting through Then I scarce regret the summons Come God and his postles that you may live sinless one above N W cor Pearl and Walnut you may die right now Now I calmly sit in Bilence for Gods mes- Â¬ right and that and forever Now Mr Irvin slute your senger is near And as I count the moments his voice I bride Let us sing a hymm C seem to hear Plunged in a gulf of dark despair As he whispers to our baby about his home above Tom Colllnsworth Poses as a Fanny Man Which our Saviour bought so dearly for the frenchburg Ky nov 6 85 objects of his love WITH Spencer Cooper All alone I sit and listen in the dimly light Hazlegreen A ot3XyTVillbe J- - T- DEALERS Fa DAY KY - r DRY GOODS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE clerically-dressed-looki- ng HAZEL CKREBN CARPETING Cincinnati Garry in stoek the LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT- - OF GENERAL 3IERCHAX DISE Df EASTERN KENTUCKY Having the experience of manvvears ia our He t business we feel justified in asserting to the trade both Wholcsafeand Retail tint w do can and will meet the wants of our patrons and make it to yorr interest to patarwaipe w e nave an immense stoeK ot everything you want orticed lBdudiny us DRY GOODS NOTIONS CLOTHING Boots Shoes Hats Caps Drugs Groceries Queensware Hardware Saddlery LYTLE Boots 96 CO aid SuoGs YNE w Pear St CINCINNATI Queensware Glassware J P PAftSO 11 V PILLS OL - c imiiM uibni i it boolitro-in-Ufe-se- - Cincinnati ROGERS C B SWANGO a Â¬ 9We Â¬ Louis Stix Co GENERAL MERCHANDISE Dis--tri- ci Goods and Notions JWe Â¬ W Dickinson HAT HOUSE JOHfi W JONES JowlJilj dlia Clocks Â¬ WdlGlloS I Mloifdio Largest Stock Eastern Kentucky TYPE -schools Cat-as-troph- ies Hazel Green Academy 2845 The Leading Insurance Agency S43S48730 Â¬ Â¬ Sunday- Â¬ t r - E EOBERTS -- Carter Bros l Co - i mii UC3rsnX399C Goods and Notions UNABRIDGED son-in-la- w Davis Mallory J Â¬ DRY GOODS AndJFancy Hs -- NOTIONS nw GET I - Â¬ - Boots and Shoes Â¬ G 423 FORJ3ALE - -- VAUGHN Blandy BoilerrEngme and Saw Works General Merchandise AT A BARGAIN Caskey Pieratt 4 J PIERATT i T4 BLACKSMITH -- 3 j fr V 3- 3- - s SI J - -- IK SJ 43 Charles SI Young of Sinking Waters is attending school at this place now Se JteHaca Yesr Atoars Advance News being scase this week The EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS BY Herau readers must not grumble COUNTIES- TVeTrant a correspondent in every E H-- Scott made a flying visit to Gabkey precinct in the counties of Wolfe Mor Â¬ Reported 1y Special Correspondents from Grundy last week gan Breathitt Menifee MagofRn PowÂ¬ All Points in the Mountains - - J rK 3S Jb isrtr KI3iaS3G33aSSSsaE3KI3 M5 r-- Hazel Gbeen IIekald In C0ERESP0ME1STGE FOR RENT DAY HOUSE O ell Elliott Estill Perry and Floyd In fact at every point in the mountains Write for terms to agents c VOLFE COUNTY Ik Campton Nov 7 Bev Davidson of Irvine of the M E Church preached Kmiticky and South Atlantic Railway in town on the night of the 31st ult and Bro Standard time 22 minutee slower then Mt also of 1st inst to large audiences Davidson is a profound thinker and he Sterling time 2b 1 leaves Hi Sterling at 7 a m arriving is enabled by his vast comprehensiveness at Bothwell at 40 a-- m of mind to delve deep down into the cure arc the followinqr Ke 2 leaves Bothwell at 9 a m arrives at mysteries and truths of theology which CONSTTPATIOX DYSPEPSIA SUN Mt Sterling at lhr0 a ra DISEASES SCROFULA CA Ko 3 leaves 1ft Sterling at 140 p m ar- Â¬ to many are mistified on account of theirÂ¬ inattention to those subjects and pre TARRH RHETJMATBM rives at Bothwellut 320 p in Kb 4 leaves Eothvell at 1145 p m arrives sent them to unprejudiced minds in such KETJRALGLV 2tER a manner as is both pleasing and mstruc at Mt Sterling at 530 p in C VOTJ3NES8 - MT 3Je 2 connects at Jit Sterling with 1105 a tive He together with iiro Pieratt an We append a few of the hundreds of tes Â¬ m and 157 p m trains on C fc O railway others will commence a series of meettimonials which Iiave been tendered to for Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville ings at this place on the second Sunday the efficacy of thia water in disease v jpio A connects at ju sterling witn iiuo a i One lady writea I am ao thanful to iae un December 4 j r t Great Giver of all Blessings that I tried - p a train from Louisville and Cincinnati Bev J IL Kendall of the M E Swango Springn Freelv do I gireaHth ftJILiriiiiliiiiii m county court day special Church South of the Hazel Green cir-Â¬ time and monej spent titers for tie healtk leaves Bothwell on the 3rd Monday in each cuit preached in town on the 26th ult and strength I now cnjoyr soata at 730a m arriving at Mt Sterling to a good crowd He held his audience A gentleman of IUino3 sayai I think th at 9 a m Upturning leaves Ml Sterling at spell bound for about 30 minutes by his water of Swango Springs did mc more goosl S p ra arriving at Rothwell at 430 p m than all the nostrums 1 have ever tried X DEALEES IK- Leaves Bothwell for Mt Sterling at 5 p m superior oratorical powers His words vr ill cartainlv he with vou again next snrinr seeming like apples of gold in pictures GEO E HARPER Sflpt References IS f Smith J G Triable of silver The people of Campton are P L Eeese Mt Sterling Ky F M Hinkle very favorably impressed with Bro Ken- Â¬ ilrs F IL Einklc Wra Clarke Plum Licii HAZEL GREEN KY Ky dall and would be pleased to have him WEDNESDAY A large hotel is now hein built waicls NOV 11 18S5 preach for them again will afford ample accommodation to visitors Rev J T Pieratt of the Christian For further information in regard to board World Renowned Sole Agents for Church preached in town several nights HA KRgqJ SWANGO c address aTransient advertisements inserted this Hazel Green Ky weeK Bro Pieratt is a zealous Or this office at 75 cents per inch first insertion and 25 cents an inch each subsequent insertion worker in the cause in which he has en Â¬ OB 3T0KKELLY listed and it seems that his labors in this part have been rewarded with abundant WITH LOCAL KEWS success May he continue in his work o and fight faithfully the battle of the CO Bev James H Little was in town on Lord and in the sweet bye and bye last Tuesday he together with the fruits of his labors will be harvested home WHOLESALE SADDlESIt Work on the high school building is Â¬ Died On the 1st inst of dropsy Samprogressing finely uel Napier Sr who has been ill for some ITanufactarers of J L Dunlap time acred 70 vears Also on the 5th J B Dunlap Mrs E P Miciel of this place is inst Laura Tolson daughter of Joseph W G Barrett Saddles Haraes3e threatened with pneumonia Tolson aged 17 and Green Cable son of 723 and 730 and dealers in Coonrod Cable aged two years W ilaiu Sfc Born To the wife of Q C Daniel Our ciruit court adjourned to day Scddlery Hardware V 5 ISox Sth a girl Kachel Eoxie nine There were several importapt causes pounds tried and decided and several continued LOUISVILLE KY Those who bring stock here today need on account of absence of important wit- Â¬ Democratic County Meeting p EORGE DOLL sot expect very large prices as the mar-Â¬ nesses Our jail is nearly filled to its ut- Â¬ In pursuance to a call of the ChairÂ¬ most capacity ket below is very dulr man of the Democratic Committee of We are authorized to announce that the 13th Judicial District of Kentucky Taylor Johnson who recently moved Pev W L Stamper will preach the fu- Â¬ Rosenb crrt Flexnsr the Democrats of Wolfe county U1A i kere from Ezel has concluded to move neral Eermon of Floyd Williams at this in mass convention in the courtwill meet house in hack to that place Successors to Rosenberg- Nathan SFIexner place on the second Sunday in January the town of Campton on Thursday No town proper- Â¬ vember 21st 1885 at 12 oclock M for WHOLESALE John Tfowerton of Morgan countv tyAlex Osbon has sold his who moved the purpose of selecting delegates to rep- Â¬ has bought Hon W O Mises interest to to Mrs Rachel Stamper the last Ihureday Mr it in the Hazel Green Mills and took pos moved on his farm in the country Usbon resent Wolfeto county in HazelDistrict MT Green to be held at Convention AND session yesceraay morning 5 Rev G G Ragan has moved to town on the 27th day of November 1885 to Wm Lusk having rented a house of C M Hanks nominate a candidate for Circuit Judge Enith little daughter of 712 and 714 South SideJMaet and Commonwealths Attorney of the whose illnets was reported last week is We gladly welcome him Bet 7th Sth improving and it is now thought she Daniel Noble was sentenced to the 13th Judicial District to be voted for at the August election 1886 will soon ce restored to health for a term of five years penitentiary LOUISYILLE EX Joseph C Lykins Miss Eliza McClain is visiting the Chairman County Committee The Hazel Green Heerld weekly family of W Steele of this place S J GRAUilAK JAS A SHTJTnEWOBTS Isaac Elkiks Secy nd the Cincinnati Evening Post daily Avis se- Â¬ will both be furnished to parties in this CREENWADE HOUSE 8RAUMAH SBffriLEWOBill i Call for a District Conrention section for 250 a year 7 papers a week Sttlxwatee Mov 5 Died Nov 4 The Democratic committees of the FRENCHBURG KY or 364 a year for 250 Subscribe now a small child of the widow Taylor The Manufacturers aud Jobbers of counties composing the 13th Judicial in the bed It child was found De Geo TV Moore Peopeietoe l I SS I The hotel property advertised in this seems like Mirandadeadloaded down with District have with singular unanimity 1 is -Taper the Day House is one of the most trouble It has only been about five agreed to a call of a convention to meet Hi The table is supplied with the boat in 111 i at Hazel Green on the 27th day of Nov- Â¬ desirable locations in she State and as a months since her husband died But ember 1885 at 12 oclock M to nomi- Â¬ the market and the charges are reasonable borne for commercial men is second to who would not childless be to give a y nate a candidate for Circuit Judge and none in this section Do not fail to ex child to God A Commonwealths Attorney amine it if you want a bargain Tempy Sparks who is staying with D The committees of the several counties 4 L Williams is probably as old a woman composing the district are requested to The bell for the Presbyterian Church 5 LEXINGTON KY at this place has been received and will as there is in this county Notwith- Â¬ call conventions in thier respective coun- Â¬Â¬ 605 W Main Sxheet be placed in position as soon as possible standing she is blind and afflicted with ties on Saturday the 21st day of NovemWilsons Stable Calls Office atTreacy Â¬ she is so she 600 pounds and is It weicrhs upwards of Tt r a l wrwit thft rheumatism heartv cannot walk try to ber to appoint delegates to the nomina- attended to throughout Central and Eastern LOUISVILLE KY r rn a and would livelv and wwt ting convention at Hazel Green Kentucky work if they would let her W W COX Presbyterian Church at Nicholasville Chairman District Committee We are blessed with good stores mills C j vsmm A w ftn lvrtt Amrl UvAfVnri and blacksmith shops on Stillwater D Tho Poitmaater Speaks for Himself MT STERLING all enlargements on horses or other stock D Landsaw and J M Rose are our mer- Â¬ LODGING Â¬ No cure no pay Sold by C W ADAMS About 10 davs ao an annli cation for N E Corner 5th and Jefferson chants Powell and Silas Rose our millJ B ADAMS J W ADAMS J-- T a change of schedule on the mail route ers O C Lawson our smith F Day Hazel Green LOUISVILLE KY u John Tester ig kming some fine jjeeveB from Cornwell to Hazel ireen was pre- Â¬ iJ V LrANDSATV bliilwater on Sth up stairs Cassady Robertson Campton he ling at 5 flnd 6 cents per sented to me for my signature I re Entrance M WjUTEiTAK Night Clerk because I thought the fused to sign it Keep on hand BUCKROARD3 aad Alfred Little on trial in the TJ S pound net D-HAND Successors to JOHN G BAXTER change would be detrimental to the peo-Â¬ BUGGIES and Repair and Mrs M V Law3on has a quilt with ple of this section and did bo without Court at Louisville was on Friday last Paint all kinda of work convicted on six more counts making 26 1159 pieces in it Who will beat it WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURERS OF c consulting the editor of The Herald or in all The opinion has been expressed H Evans P M any one else Great J President of the BREATHITT COUNTY that if he should be given the full penal- Â¬ r ty of the law he will be sent up for 100 Young Men- - Bead This IJDISVTXLE C0URIER J0URN AL CO Will receive ifr Shores special attention Nov 5 G H Strother Jackson years Give us a calL CONROY SHORE The Voltaic Belt ComDanv of Mar- the plasterer of the Presbyterian Church Tells What He Knows of Bhall Mich offer to send their celebrated The following indictments were found arrived here Wednesday from a business by the grand jury at the last term of trip to Mt Sterling Mr Strother has Electro Voltaic Belt and other electric Hollow nd Tinners Stock the Wolfe circuit court Shooting and quite an influence with the girls in our appliances on trial for thirty days to HAZEL GREEN KY wounding 1 hog stealing 1 weapons town Being an active polite and ener- Â¬ men young or old afflicted with nervous - 736 W tftam Street Offloe and Salesroom Also li- Â¬ getic young gentleman we presume there debility and all kindred troubles 24 breach of the peace 12 selling Stands at the head of Low Prices with evfor rheumatism neuralgia paralysis and erything- you want in quor 11 injury to stock 1 disturbing is a chance for him LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY restora- Â¬ school 1 disturbing worship 8 B Cooper returned to Jack- Â¬ many other diseases Complete Rev W health and vigor guaranteed No e handle nothing but Charcoal Tin and guarantee everything not to leak DRY GOODS son last Friday after a months absence tion to incurred as thirty days trial is al- Â¬ Omca cr thk Couaiaa JbuxKJiL Loctmtix Breens Liniment is pronounced by all visiting his family at Walnut Hill near risk i3 Soots Shoes Hats ClothingDr Winttmnith who have used it to be the greatest rem- Â¬ Lexington and attending Synod at Mt lowed Write then at once for illus-Â¬ Sir I wahre a rale I liare obcrred for GROCERIES HARDWARE DETJGS Tslue of your remedy ROBT If T2IMBLE N H TRIMBLE edy for rheumatism sprains cuts bruises Sterling He is highly esteemed by our trated pamphlet free baht yto ay tk replyto your request whatprompt 1 know in ing me FLOUR BACON etc Sold bv c Chill The private assurances of its people for his industry in the Masters Beens Linimennt is certainly the best ofryourr hd Cure the eood results of its effects I and T F Day Hazel Green The monev Is what I vtant and I will give cause conbination of remedies for cornsneural had obserred oa Mr R W Meredith who for more f D D Laxdsatv Stillwater MORE GODS FOR A DOLLAR LN CASH onics beea Mrs Rhoda Carpenter of Gypsy Ma-Â¬ girpains in the back and side etcever than fifteen years has in my foreman ot ayresults Caeady Robertson Campton goffin county has been visiting her family The than any other house in town xne to test it induced first case was produced Country produce taken in exchange for hare bee entirely satisfactory Thebeliere erery R R Smith this week of two years standing in which I C-- W Horton the tree man has the goocc F SIcGULUE J T fc u uay Hazel lireen tried with temporary re known remedy had beea D D Landsaw Stillwater EH Carpenter and wife of Rousseau periodically and seemingly sold to parties in this chills returning fruit trees he has AND DEALERS IN Your cure broke them at Cabsady RobertsonJ Campton liefthe with increased severity section now ready xor aeiivery ana win have been visiting friends and relations them for once and there has beea no recurrence of obliged if they will call to morrow at this place the past week be The other case was of a nn thm xir mnntKi MATTOWTT KY milder form aad yielded more readily tt other and get what they have engaged He David Williams of Campton was in STATE NEWS remedies but the chills would return at intervals Takes the lead in Low Prices with every Â¬ has the finest winter fruit we have ever town Tuesday purchasing yellow root was used since which time hi til your medicinethey have entirely disappeared thing vou need in the eeen- - the Limber Twig a specimen of gensang c Thursday November 26 has been des- Â¬ now several months5 I hare had to judge I do not From the opportunity whicn is before us and every farmer Dr W T Wilson attended Campton ignated by the President as Thanksgiving hesitate to ezoresE mT belief that your Chill Cure DRY GOODS HORMS GROCER should have a few of the trees is a valuable specific and performs all you promise circuit court Monday and Tuesday Day respectfully Very for it BOOTS SHOES HATS CLOTHING Joseph Walton of Lewellyn Lee coun- Â¬ Joseph Wile cattle brokers Louis- Â¬ W N HALDXMAN You are goiug to Mt Sterling next gave us a flying visit Thursday ville assigned owing 15000 Charged Hardware Irugs Flour Iaccn cr le Monday and while there you should ty High Wm Combs is attending Campton with swindling your darling a bonnet call and buy jgMoney is what I vrant and I rill give Dickey beginB Where will vou buy it Why of Mrs court this week without leave J Hop Smith rising attorney Louis- Â¬Â¬ itsRev John JAugust 4th PrincipalStudents KOBE GOODS FOR A DOLLAPIN CASH 1885 sixth term Bret ville stole a gold watch from a companKate O Glsxk You could certainly not can enter at any time Instrumental music than any hocsc in ifaytown ion in a carousal Jailed think of buying from any one else She is taught Board at very reasonable rates WKUUumaaammmmimtmmmmmKmamKmmamBeaBBmmamKmmamtmmKmmKEm M ORGAN COUNTY Countrv produce taken vs exchnze for Â¬ has the finest stock of hats bonnets c While Katie Tapp Louisville was say- A Library of 50Q volumes recently donated goods K A CHLLDEES in Eastern Kentucky and when you p BE S3 ing her prayers before a grateler clothes by friends and the principals private libraw t look over her stock you will say we know I Maytowu Nov 5 M G Dunaway caught fire She was burned fatally ry free to students The schools past re8y wants all parties that have spoken to him EBA3SX TTLSPv wnereor we speac Richard Monarch prominent distiller cord is its best assurance for the future stands of the celebrated Italian bees for charged with wholesale Highest Honor k Our circuit court begins next Monday to come and receive them as now is the Louisvillehisispartners Case in United busi-Â¬ A JTXJ - nwni fraud by call at the Scorcher office proper time to move them Do not fail to bBvv Worlds Exposition States Court And loot at our cabinet of curiosities HAZEL GEEEN KY f Miss Mollie Conway who has been Miss Mary Stevenson of Blooming especially the unpaid bills Licking Val- Â¬ verv low with fever is thought to be a HQrse Shoeing s Spcciilty Eno field mourns the loss of 1000 worth of ley Scorcher little better i wagons ana ail xmua oi nann Tools Bfti and some valuable clothes diamonds jl andxeo aired in the best manner We have ceased to embalm unpaid John Prather and wife of Salyerville Sneak thieves EWW RSMITH of the EDDCADN COMMERCIAL COLLEGE When candidates are visiting their daughter Mrs Dr Dix bills as curiosities In Nelson county Wm Murphy and fall to pay for their announcements we on at this place Ky c No 1 Frank Walker quarreled Murphy shot Kentucky University Lexington year day StodanU can beffln W T Day our marshal is still at Walker in the head and got his brains ho vacation Time uany Keektte Fallduring tna fail to see the curiosity but would like Diploma BnlsaMt ceapetc Louisville attending the U S court CwtfTM tbott 10 vt Averse e total oost tntlmUa Tai beat out with a stick to see the collateral lints 8t of Books aa4 Board Is a SuaUj 00 Telegraphy Rogers has gone to Winchester Phonography u Type Writing rptdmldm Literary E J MAYTOWK KY E L Jones who raised figures on a Course free Ladie rwelnd onetrctn IS Scooeesfu 6000 this week on business jear i jun U Graduates Otw 600 pptl star route mail contract for a living will mft Crea 3 fUtea Injtrotion lutpnetieaBr andtoUdlridaaBr Look Here Read this please We HOSSE SHOEDtG A SPECIALTY li Lice Skillet gpoaial oovtm tor Taaaaeri aad Half IS tcaekan be fed by the Goverment for three years lsjpulcd br university xnpioma piwow w w etoismm WHI repair Fanning Tools Buggies iWa lave carried slow customers until we are cirft aeo gons Ac Hiices pos hoes dc Sasisfie beanlirnl city la cotei for 1U talltfalnt aad aoctrt7 aad Sentenced by Judge Barr TJ S Court loaded down and it is impossible to con-Â¬ tali leading railraadiVIRGINIA oa tfoa guaranteed in all caaea tha tinue to credit those whose notes and ac- Â¬ Tha Text Book vhloh Anna Reighart deaf mute Louisville Worlds Exposition tor rewired fas biafeeat award atCoax ita Rxtendrc Practical aad counts are past due We must have pay Tazewell County Items for The Herald played on the affections of Ed Horr an- Â¬ prabeajam sytieas f BojJtitta Education is uaad only at Vilis Ckdlere from you and will take live stock at its Oh Cedab Bluff Nov 1 Colonel Bill other deaf mute got a farm and other Mat asd It la tka ahaapwt OtHoca wHatotfcs aaat aadorw uruteat roeeaaata ooaioeaa laa daaerrUr grada value on notes and accounts Do not Graham the Democratic candidate for property worth 4000 then gave Ed the it Tve atrtqlira and fan parKanlara addraaa lu PridentX7 8SCZTH Lexington WXE3TT3 S Karha and Csnaral Dtectly call for credit even if vou are good if Senate and Major Henry of Jefferson H GILLIS MAYTOYrK KY s you are owing us and nave not settled ville passed through Indian yesterday the The druggists of Hardm county nave ACOB HARRIS WITH WSI attend to frretis out criiaiaifejHi nra We mean what we say J T F Day latter accompanied by Extra Bill discontinued selling whisky One was WITH any prt of the eoustrjv and guaraBfe route for Grundy Va where fined 100 for violation of the local op-Â¬ Smith en McCORD AYDELOTT Sievero Carson Hardware iafooaioa in very esae v ere emIoyl Tom Gose of Bath county who has they were expected to deliver a political tion law and carried the case to the Company Orrs by mail pronspilyaitenSeA been visiting friends on Upper Grassy in address to the people of that place Court of Appeals which decided it Co Morgan county is probably the largest 637 W lLxs Street Mrs Norton with her husband fatter against him SAY3 YOUS H0XSY AKB BIX x epecimen of manhood now In Kentucky LOHISTILLIv KY and brother of Kentucky but formerly The Govenor of Indiana i3 said to be i He is 24 vears of age 6 feet 8 inches in rAf WHOLESALE YOUB OQS6 CHEAP of Virginia landed here on the 25th of preparing a proclamation quarantining jr height weighs 22Q pounds and wears a DISSOLUTION NOTICE TiKac zso - oooijxce soie oi wnicn is xo menes October to the great surprise of their that State against cattle from Kentucky KENDALL HOUSE friends 0L0TH1N6 MANUFACTURERS and other States where pleuro pneumonia By mutual consent theiina of Casxky fc an lengtn te was raised m Jiowan COBNEE MAIK AUD PEE3TONSBDEG StS Miss Rachel Steele with her brother is thought to exist county- - As Barnum recently had the ikeaix nrill be dissolved on January 1st 18SS and that the business mav b settled WEST LraEETY KY ajikfortune to lose Jumbo the largest Robert B Steele were the guests of Nan Â¬ Samuel Newton a Choctaw Indian 724 and 726 Main Street m here Mrs E C kondftU - Proprietress to the satisfaction of all concerned coiae for clephact ax the world he might in a nie Julia Cecil last Monday was recently executed in Indian Terri by give notice to all owing ua to Between 7th and 8th measure console himself by negotiating Rev Patton J Lockheart will preach tory for the murder of his wife The ex The table is supplied with the beat the ward and settle before that date and that i OITir vo5 ppertferilcs iak wiin ax tose ana securing nim to pose the funeral of Mrsl Tom Lestre nee Neal ecution was by shooting the Indians de market affords Experienced hand in charge credit will not be piven any cne PISEATT CASKEY J to day at Steeles ChapeL m me Aentuccy gianL rs dining the use of the scaffold of stable Charges reasonable LOUISVILLE KY f jm- TIME TAE1LE Â¬ Â¬ - tn -- i -- Mia Hazel Green Ky Milford Berry and wife of Nicholas Or this office county who were here for two weeks left for home Thursday morning Mrs MMtfjfe4 Berry came here to drink Swangc water for her health and was much improved when she left Mrs Eva Baber of Dow City Iowa is The Best Newspaper in America visiting her old home here She will refor the purpose of and by far the Most Readable main until April drinking Swango water for her health Agents wanted everywhere to earn at the J T Coons of Campton is We pre- Â¬ money in distributing the Suns Pre- Â¬ Swango Springs for his health dict that John will return home much miums improved in health The most interesting and advanta- Â¬ Mis3 Rosa Lee Kash the accomplished geous offers ever made by any News- Â¬ teacher at the John Rose school house paper spent Saturday night and Sunday with No Subscriber ignored or neglected her parents at this place Miss Lula Cockrell of Ezel was visit- Â¬ Something for all ing friends and relatives in Hazel Green Beautiful and Substantial Premiums in last week but returned home on Satur-Â¬ Standard Gold and other Watche8Yaluable day last Books the Best Family Sewing Machine known to the trade and an unequalod list Dr J L Rowland of Salyersville of objects of real utility and instruction spent a week with friends in Hazel Green and returned home last Saturday Sites 2r Edward Marcum of Jackson stopped DAILY per Year Mail FostpBid without Sunday 6 00 at the Pieratt House last Sunday night DAILY per Month iwithout Sunday 50 en route home from Louisville SUNDAY per Year 00 The Misses Euroa and Emma Steele of FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR 7 00 Campton were visiting friends in Hazel WEEKLY per Year I 00 Green and vicinity last week Address THE 8UN TXtn York City Mrs Fannie Thomas who has been visiting friends here for a week returned home last Wednesday Judge John E Cooper was a guest of the Day House last Saturday nignt J Banford White Esqr stopped at the Day House last Saturday night Hon J W Kendall was a guest of the Pieratt House last Saturday night J Taylor Day is attending the Morgan Circuit Court this week Judge Irving Halsy of Mt Sterling was in town Sunday W H Nickell of Ezel was in town on last Sunday LOTJ DAY PERSONAL The above well known hotel property Hazel Green containing 14 large rooms large garden commodious stable Now en- Â¬ joys a fine patronage and can be managed to do the best business of any hotel in East ernKentucky Will be rented faom April 1 18S6 for one year Apply to or address E WILLMOT yTtrhW a I 3 Cash Dry Goods i Pi 11 0 -- - m WHOLESALE AND BETAIL rf The Water of Life for Afflicted Humanity of a iniic from tLe beautirul toTrn or Easel Green TJxd ater contsiss a Imcr per centace of iron thiuracvotacr water known hence it is the iaot valuable in the cure a ensease used internally or externally ajnonir me raanv aiseaaes wnicu ues -- i t rwr mi We are anxious to sell Our Goods and will make our prices right C Thesa IS Kma moilare located three qparters springs Orders filled promptly and carefully We have a big drive in a Box toe Boot at extra good Come and see me 350JdJ E WILLMOT Reese Building STEALING KY HANLY Mount Sterling Ky Hardware Queensware Stoves Grates Plows fec the JOHN r m zzTENNESSEE WAGONS The Best and Cheapest Wagon on Wheels The Trade of Wolfe and adjoining counties is BURLAP BSOS respectfully solicited The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Roots Herbs and Barks Except Ginseng THE J HATTER Main Street STERLING IBST-CLASS- J T BBEEN SON jF KENTUCKY Importers I Wholesale Druggists Main Street Mt Sterling Ky G - BOOTS SHOES CALL AND SEE ADAM -- Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well lected Stock of - 4 1 - I 1 Vk v jkw - Which he sells Wholesale and Retail as Cheap CLOTHIM Veterinary Surgeon as they can be bought in the State Give him a call and he convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go NEW BUGaT WORKS F PRITZ Ei HOUE H WODROPPE lil ffll rH lis iiH iiifjii UJiii r ADAMS BROTHEBS CO Qonroy Siiorer SECON- W N HALDEMAN H -- STOVES GBATBS MANTEL Pieced Pressed and Japanned Tinware sign PAoranre- WINTERSMITHS CHILL CURE T wr P McGUIBE - N0TIGIS Â¬ J son-in-la- w TRIMBLE BBOS WHOLESALE GBGCERi Jackson School Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock and do the largest business oi any house in Mt Sterling R A GUILDERS- -- Â¬ Â¬ For m ness I will sell my WisMnff to devote my time to SaleA Sew my aiBl other n waexh3d to Lane Bodley Saw Mill Fixtures Im Consisting of a 25 Horse Power Engine and Circular Saw Edger Boiler a Everything is in First class Order and will be sold at a bargain on easy terms Parties wishing to buy are invited to call and examine the property CornwellXy ALFRED OCRS H J CLBJK jL BLACKSMITH j kog sbs z w Levi Newburger Wholesale Hatters XJ- j O I r A M Nl - J - fe v VCXa J V v I m Geeen Herald r -- i THE DAIRY On a farm near Boston the new milk is subjected to the action of a cenirtiugai cream separator excraeieu in a few minutes and served in the city Trib- Â¬ fiiiw nmtfiir vwi iiinivu WU 4b Art Which fa tho Refinement of the Machinists Trade Few people havo any very accurate idea of what a modern stesl rifled can- Â¬ non looks like or how complex and difficult a process its fabrication is To the average citizen the word big gun suggests a huge mass of cast iron with a large hole in it short cum- Â¬ HOWIE AND FARM On NICKNAMES SPENC1R COOPEK Proprietor HAZEL GftEEK - - KENTUCKY that same morning at breakfast ute and Farmer PONDOLAND District Ilac Bbs Soatk of Xatal Yoatloland is a fertile district north east of the Transkel and lying due scmtkofXataL It is now under the protectorate of Gape Colony The reasons for this new protectorate are obvious In the first place by estab- Â¬ lishing it ve have completed the half circle of British colony which now ex-Â¬ tends in unbroken succession between Cape Town and Xatal thus making us virtual protectors of the whole seaboard and ports between those two points In the second place we have kept out other nations the Germans aud the Dutch for Instance who have for some cast a longing eye upon the fertile pistes of Pondoland The present Chief Paramount that is the style and title of the King of the Pondos is Umquikela a small but well made man of about fifty years of age He looks somewhat older but this is probably on account of the shocks that lie periodically gives to his const- Â¬ itution by drinking to excess This monarch haslately issued a proclama Â¬ tion which came into force in October of last year by which he hasdecresd that all transport between the port of wto vvuu a juiiut suu IUVJUIC1IUI SUUIUU pay a prohibitory tax of 50 a wagon This was doubtless In retaliation for the previous annexation of the port of St Johns River in 1883 contrary to Ura quikelas wishes and in defiance of a treaty made in 1844 with his predeces- sor Fakar The effect of this procla Â¬ mation has been to stop the importa- Â¬ tion of goods at St Johns River settle- Â¬ ment which extends for about twenty miles on the northeast bank of St Johns River The Pondos arc a rich nation so far as cattle is concerned and their country allows them to grow mealies and corn and tobacco in profusion without much trouble and labor Pondoland is very mountainous and at the same time extremely ell watered The sea shore is covered with brush and forest The principal trade of the country enters Pondoland across the Hiver Umrnmvuna from Natal or by way of Umtata from King Williams Town through Tembuland which lies immediately southeast The exports of Pondoland are principally hides horn aud cattle The traders of the country have been hitherto outlaws and other adventurous persons who have chosen to reside beyond British jurisdiction In many cases they have exercised a wise discretion The Pondo men lead very lazy lives They scarcely ever do any work They leave to the women the cultivation of the mealie gardens and the hewing of Avood and drawing of water To the hoys they leave the herding of the cat Â¬ tle It Is difficult to say what they do but lie and thieve and cheat anil in sufficiently formidable numbers ren Â¬ dering resistance impossible attack a store carry off the goods of the unhap Â¬ py storekeeper and murder him if he protests too vehemently at the loss of his blankets and rum They are an amiable race altogether Pondoland contains plants of valuable med- Â¬ icinal properties and the num Â¬ ber of poisons in the country is very large The Pondo does not scruple to make use of the latter when- Â¬ ever occasion requires an objectionable person to be quietly removed The grass or veldt of the country Is as a rule too rich for sheep but is admira Â¬ bly suited to cattle and horses which are very numerous There are very few Boers if any in the country most of the traders being British or Griqna half castes Umquikela who is half his time fuddled with drink halost his influence with the rest of the chiefs in the country Tribal wars are frequent and the power of the Paramount -Chief is but very partially recognized even iu his own neighborhood Justice is consequent perfectly out of the question there being no one to admin ister it and no one to execute it Cor London Globe Mrifrtkm I 4 -- ff tie According to a German authority there are 250 varieties of cheese more or less dstinct iu their character made in Europe while we are quite sure there is but one kind made in this country though the shape is sometimes varied Is there not vast room for improvement Western Rural in this respect A cow drinking milk should never be allowed to drink any water which would not be fit for those to drink who ue the niJk of that cow As well drink the water from a filthy barn yard pool as allow a cow to drink that water asd then drink her milk Hoards Dairyman A writer to an Knglish journal says t have been used to the Ayrshire cow in her native country and now have a herd In the South 1 have seen her tried side by side with the Short horns and some other breeds and 1 have no that hesitation whatever in saiu taking the cost of production into account the Ayrshire is the best all round dairy cowlif the British Islands The one word that comprehends the secret of managing cows to a profit is comfort Every dairyman in the land ought to remember that anything that tends to promote the discomfort of his cows no matter what tends to reduce the profit There is no escape from this The giving of milk is a maternal function and the condition of maternity is peculiarly sensitive to discomfort Hoards Dairyman A chemical analysis of Chicago Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 6 film remains I square and press together until onty a When held up to the light white opaque spots are always to be seen These are crystals of fat For the same reason oleomargarine and but terlnc containing as thej do solid tats may be detected in the same man- Â¬ ner Pure butter on the contrary does not show such specks A little ex Â¬ periment with lard in this direction is an excellent meaus of cultivating the eye and qualifying one to readily deter- Â¬ mine when applied to butters the imi- Â¬ tation from the genuine This rule is practical enough and is said to be a sure one - Farm Field and Stockman -- Western Rural Take a small bit of lard and place it between two pieces of thin common window glass each piece about an inch glucose water and that it contains but very little fat though considerabl albumin- Â¬ ous matter Ihe fact that the cheese can be sold for two cents per pound in deates that no milk enters into the manufacture It is the opinion of Pro- Â¬ fessor Webbert of the Ohio State Uni- Â¬ versity that the article is made from the by products in the manufacture of de- Â¬ cheese known as Chicago fiats velops the fact that it is more than half COOL WEATHER The Cow Must Not Be Chilled if the Flow of Milk I to ho Kept Up Do not forget that the cow must not be allowed to become chilled if you ex-Â¬ pect to keep up the How of milk There are some who think that the cow needs shelter only when such weather as we call cold comes Hence thev permit their cows to run out through the verv cool fall nights and never suspect or seem to suspect that they are locking up the milk glands which can never be unlocked uutil she has - Cloth Postilions Cloth postilion basques made double breasted and edged with brad in tailor fashion are used by many Instead of jerseys as an extra waist to wear with various skirts A dark blue or wine colored basque with an edge of silver or gilt braid is worn with skirts of black silk or blue satin mervellleuv or with any of the new striped wool or silk fabrics A very light tan colored cloth postilion with darker brown brad or with gilt edges is quite dressy and will contrast well with many colors White cloth basques are also very styl Â¬ ish The right side of the front laps over to fasten on the left side at the top about two inches down the shoulder seam it then slopes away diagonally reaching the middle of the front at the waistline and below this forms two sharp polnis The standing collar is from one and a half to two inches high and is made straight on the front edges and touch Â¬ ing it is there fastened by a small clasp or by two button holes through which linked buttons arc passed or by a small brooch Instead of fastening the front with the usual metal buttons sometimes leaf shaped clasps are used with a hook and eye under each leaf another calf The dairyman can rest assured that if through being chilled his cow give less milk than usual she wll never give more until her next calv- Â¬ ing time The milk machinery is very delcatc and requires close watching and the cow owner should so to speak keep n eye on the barometer and thermome Â¬ ter as the Fall approaches Take no c anccs As the nights promise to be cold shelter the animal if you regard jier welfare and your own profits It is just such little neglects as are here in dented as being common that cause a large aggregate los to our farmers Ywy often we as farmer are reckless n the care of the little things aud it means pecuniary loss to us Every Â¬ thing is worth savns for it is in saving A pint of that people accumulate milk is worth saving but the loss under such circumstances as we have de Â¬ scribed is not a pint alone but several pints There is no animal on the farm that requires such delicate care as a milch cow She is sensitive and she is delcate We sometimes talk of hardy cows Of course hardiness is a valu able characteristic but the care that should be given to a cow should be such as that any ordinary cow would thrive under it The man who wishes a cow so hardy that she can live on nothngand stand all sorts of exposure would do much better to invest his money in cows that were not hardy than in those that were for his losses would probably tea h him after awhile to take better care of his cows and that would brt money in his pocket Â¬ brous and ungainly But the modern On the contrary ateel gun is neither it is the work of art and being so is a thing of beauty It begins with what is known as the tube which is tho only portion of it that extends in an unknown mass the entire length of tho gun Thi3 tube is the foundation oJ tho structure After being forged to the required length and rough diameter it is cored and turned with the nicety of the most delicate machine It is then ready to receive what is called the jacket This is another tube of lorged steel large enough for the breech and of tho original tube to be insetted in it for about one third of the length of tho latter measuring from the breech for- Â¬ ward In preparing the jacket for tho insertion of the tube tho two are so fitted that the bore of the former is a few thousandths of an inch smaller than the exterior of the latter Tho jacket is then heated to a black heat by which it is expanded sufficiently to admit the tube and its shrinkage wh lo cooling forms a cold well and pro- Â¬ vides what is termed in tho technology of gun making tho re- Â¬ quired initial tensions that is to say tho exertion of a constant pressure by the jacket upon the walls of the tube within It usually happens that the compression produced by tho shrinking process is so enormous as to contract the bore of the original tube under the length of the jacket sufficientlv to re- Â¬ quire the boring head to be run through again in order to make it uniform After the jacket has been shrunk on the surface it is agaiu turned and pol- Â¬ ished with mathematical precis on Over this again are shrunk a number of rings or hooks also of forged steel and the surface of these is agan turned and polished when the weapon is ready for rilling This process does net require a description as it is idea deal with the familiar method of grooving rilled small arms except of course that it is on a much larger scale the gun which by the having been built up way is the technical name for the above described process of jacketing and hooping now bears as striking resemblance to a largo telescope with its joints extended and is ready to receive the breech mechanism for it must bo borne in mind that all modern steel cannons properly so called are breech- Â¬ loaders The first step in the develop- Â¬ ment of the breech mechanism is known This consists in en- Â¬ as chambering larging the powder chamber of the gun to a diameter several per cent in ex-Â¬ cess of the diameter of tlTo lillo bore by which device a muoh greater charge of powder is enabled to be used than ever thought of in the ordnance of the past epoch Roughly speaking the power of a modern gun is calculated in proportion as the diameter of its powder chamber exceeds that of its rifled bore relation being observed also to in- Â¬ creased length by means of which com- Â¬ plete combustion of the entire charge is attained After the chamber has been bored out to the proper dimensions the breech lock is fitted This is a cylinder of steel upon the periphery of which aro Theso cut heavy screw threads threads fit into the corresponding ones cut in the breach of the chamber or rather in the prolongation of the ball in tho rear of the chamber since thi3 cavty which forms the seat of tho breech lock is of less diameter than the chamber itself though somewhat larger than the diameter of the rilled bail It is usually cut just enough larger than the rilled ball to admit tho easy inscction of the projectilo which must make a mechanical fit After the completion of tho beech mechanism the gun is reaay to bo mounted on an experimental carriage for firing tests These tests are con- Â¬ ducted by a fixed standard of trial charges which arc considerable heavi- Â¬ er than those employed in service It will be remembered that every pece of steel used in the construction has been tested prior to being fitted bv cutting a piece off one end and ascertaining its tensile strengthi ductility aud the other qualities by actual stress in a testing machine in other words subjecting it to actual tension up to the breaking point so that the strength of tholgun may be calculated to a nicety before it is fired at all The firing tests how- Â¬ ever are additionally necessary as a means of determining whether the mechanical work of putting the pieces together has been performed accurate ly Cincinnati Times Â¬ Â¬ ---- cracks where ants congregate wilt drive them away The same remedy Is also good for mice Exchange A farmer who had a field overrun with golden rod last season took tko precauton to cut it before it blos 6omed and this year thoro isnt any A word to the wise N Y Sun To prepare elder berries for pies take seven pounds of berries three pounds of sugar and one pint of good vinegar boil twenty nimutes or until syrup is rich enough Then can for use Detroit Post Ceilings that have been smoked by kerosene lamp should be washed off with soda water Boston Post Cayenne pepper blown into vhe Hickory nut candy Two cups sugar one half cup waterj boil sugar and water without stirring until thick enough to spin a thread flavor and set oil into cold water stir quickly until white then stir in a cup of hickory nut meals turn into a fiat tin and when cold cut into square Tlie Household like rolls Moisten cold boiled rico with a little milk and stir in enough white flour to make a stiff dough Knead on a molding board roll out about half an inch thick Cut in finÂ¬ ger lengths an inch and a half wide place in a floured pan and bako in a quick oven They are very delicate and appetizing Home Science Blackberry preserves differ from jam iu having tlie proportion of sugar increased to three quarters of a pound to one of fruit Then the berries are left whole as much as possible the sugar nut rn nt nnnn Tulion fVin ninsnitno nya set to boil and only one hour allowed 11 r i i iui uiu wiiuiu process wuuo xour should be allowed for the jam Tht ii Caterer It depends very muoh upon tho kind of soil whether fall plowing for spring crops would be beneficial A clay soil that will fall to line fragments under the influence of frost will bo benefited by it But a soil that will run to paste and become hard and packed by the freezing and thawing will bo injured Judgment derived from ex- Â¬ perience is to be exercised in such cases j Toronto Qlobe Some interesling experiments havo beeu made in France on the advantages of giving water to milch cows warmed instead of in its natural cold state At tho agricultural school at St llcrty two cows were fed on the same food but one was supplied with cold water and tho other with the water heated to 113 dcg Fahreuheifc The latter yielded onc thrd more milk Melons do not require frequent change of land The veteran Marshall P W lder says that ho has grown mel- Â¬ ons on the same land for ten years tho ground has a south aspect Ho pre- Â¬ pares a compost of manure soil and guano whch he spreads on the land in addition to mauuring in the hills Sur face manuring ho considers very im Â¬ portant Ho has no trouble with in-Â¬ sects as he gets up in the morning be- Â¬ fore they do Chicago Journal FASHIONABLE Now DRESSES Western Rura NATIVE STOCK The Only Way to Secure Certainty in Dairy Omilitics Harpers Bazar V Z - - Servants Books in Berlin They appear to havo sn odd way o doinjr things in Berlin with regard to the characters of domestic servants I am Informed by one who has resided in that eminently conservative city for some ten years that his wife once ven Â¬ tured to discharge a cook after sub Â¬ mitting to a long course of depreda- Â¬ It s tions at this domestics hands -- - V rsu J6t the custom there to write the character of the servant in a book which all 3Iy in- Â¬ servants are obliged to keep formant in this instance ventured to in scribe the statement that dishonesty was the reason of dismissal A few days after the discharged domestic ap peared with a policeman who said the character must be altered ss it would be impossible for the woman to get an Â¬ other place if the truth remained in the book It was thought prudent to ac Â¬ cede to the demand of the myrmidons asjt appears that six days imprison Is the penalty for the slightest renstrance to one of these officials This fact for it really is a fact show what a protection to employees this German booksvstem is London Irutli Â¬ Â¬ X guanine sealskin is valued at from Dairyman That with the necessary iSf m meek aci the silk lining makes a good Rhode Island retains the greatest mi m Cross breading betwecu thorough Â¬ bred and native stock often gives us ows that are as abundant milkers as he average of thoroughbreds This fact has led many to make the mistake of breedinjr from grade bulls This v should never be done if the dairy farmer has any purpose of improving his herd Individual excelleuce in a cow is one thing and ability to stamp her offspring w th her own characteristics is quite another The first Ave find anions our native cows qute often The Ia t is the characteristic of the thoroui bied and that s the meaning and ob- Â¬ ject of the thoroughbred The value of a dairy breed of cows is found in the fact that they have been bred to one purpose long enough to make t very certain that the r po Urlty will be lke them To insure this we must have only one line of blood The v orkjg of this principle is shown in the Jency and the butter qualities she girs to her young A native cow is made ip of a cozen or a hundred different strains of blood very many of them coniiicu s in their drift or tendency Thctre clfeet of this confiict of ancestry will be There is no shown in her offspring certaTnty as to their character Xino out of ten of the extra good nrf o cows if bred to bulls of the same iatM wi 1 bring a latge percentage of voriutrss 1 eifers The only way to sectue a tolerable degree of certainty in drry qualsties is to breed only from thorough Â¬ bred hulls of dairy breeds Hoards wectii t3 abet 49- 0- 2 Herald density of population of all the States tor Seasons An elegant dinner dress just import Â¬ ed is of deep orange ottoman embossed with large maroon velvet leaves Tho train is plain at the sides and upon tho edges the leaves are cut out and deep mordoro beads in glistening irides- Â¬ cent strands fringe the outlines Tho bit of front that shows is in plain or-Â¬ ange ottoman intricately plaited with the bronzy strands throwing little sparkling gleams all over it The bod- Â¬ ice of brocade opens at tho neck with narrow revers and filled in with aD full plastron and jabot of lace A rich seal brown visiting dress is of velvet and ottoman brocaded velvet The back of the skirt of brocade is plaited and hangs straight the front also of ottoman is very narrow aud The side panels without trimming are formed of thfee box plaits of vel- Â¬ vet with tabs of ottoman falling from the bodice fringed with deep chenille satin balls and gold pendants Placed upon these plaits are applique flow- Â¬ ers and leaves of solid bronze and gold bullion The brocade bodice has a vest of seal satin ornamented with rich aiguilettes of seal and gold Among the new dress models one of the most effective styles is the Gilda basque and Clbtildc skirt It is suita- Â¬ ble for all wool goods Irimm d with braid or velvet or any flat garniture In a model seen the material was brown ladies cloth The front breadth was narrow and covered with different widths in braid in various brown Ghades- - put on crosswise This was laid in one large side plait each sido of the center on the foundation skirt The plain cloth was so arranged to form a very large triple box plait at The night clerk of a Bridgeport each side giving the offeot of panels Conn hotel feeling hungry in the Tho back drapery was looped high early hours of a recent morning to- Â¬ hanging in most graceful folds Tho gether with two friends made a raid on Gilda basquo is open in front closing the pantry and secured a pudding with one button just below the bust which the trio devoured with great rel- Â¬ then cut awa showing a pointed vest ish That day the pastry eaters were trimmed with braid matching tho deathly sick which sickness conliuucd skirt Tho Eton basque and Florilla skirt until finally all three succeeded in lidding their stomachs of the pudding It form a lovely combination for silk and was subse mently learned that the pud velvet whlc the Castalia basque is ding had been liberally dosed with ar- Â¬ very effective with the Orinthia skirt senic by the cook in order to kill off This model was represented in dark some rats that infested the pautr blue wool goods with a small embroi- Â¬ dered figure in red and a lighter shade Hartford Post of blue at regular intervals Dark blue Mail re- Â¬ silk was used for the plastron whilo The Hagerstown Md lates that as a fast train stopped at the corslet was pi blue velvet Thi3 Point of Rocks the engineer wasfound and tho skirt were trimmed with Kur stunned ana almost lifeless sufienug shecdt wool lace matching tho ground Tho velvet col- Â¬ apparently from a blow in the head A color of the material dead chicken was found in the cab lar is fastened at the right side under The only explanation that could be a bow of velvet A stylish arid practical costume for given wjs that the chi k mi attempted autumn is in dark green serge trimmed to fly across tho track while the tram was running at a high rate of speed with wldegiant braid iu black The skirt and struck the drivers head The is formed of large kilt plants and upon latest news was that tho man had re- Â¬ each one is placed the entire length a covered consciousness but his recovery row of this braid leaving a part of the material visible iorward of it Over was by no means assured this is worn the Cambria polonaise Â¬ with a narrow vest of green velvet It is in an article in tho Contemporary Review that James x Frazer tells Tho braid is used only on the front and how some pr mitive people provide for sleeves of the polonaise outlining the the comfort of the ghost of tho vest and the effect is enhanced oy a dead In the German district of fine gold soutache brad set on in a Voigtland with its inclement sky the curled pattern on one edge Polouaises have taken a new lease of dead mans friends never forget to popular favor and there are many hew place in the coffin an umbrella and a pair of goloshes A pathetic example and graceful designs The Rotha is a is afloraed by some Indian tribes of new design with front New Mexico who drop milk from the md long enough to cover the diess mothers breast on the lips of her dead skirt The Amarella is also an at- Â¬ tractive model not at all difficult to baby make Silk gloves will be worn late in tho The English Wesloyans are much about the persecutions to autumn and the exhibit in colors concerned which their members are subjected at matching clothes is most attractive tho hands of Stato Church landlords while the prices are decidedly low and clergymen in the rural villages The most desirable are the long black At the recent Wesleyan Conference in ones and so perfect are they finished London the subject was warmly dis- Â¬ that they are almost as handsome as cussed This treatment is not experi Â¬ black kid and certainly for shopping enced in large towns where Wesieyans and ordinary wear are much more com- Â¬ are allies but in country districts fortable The longest of the Jersey where they are regarded as ecclesias- Â¬ gloves are about thirty buttons length tical poachers and made to feel that and can be had in all the popular colors Brooklyn Eagle tbej are under a baa j Tork Novelties for tho Fall and Wln Jae8188tTiit It Engineers of Derision Which Is Soxr tho Danzri from Which ThemsclT Save tk ofieoftte Pabllc and Name of a Great Denomination Windows The Balln ar Reriowvj Looking on the woodkum ways WMk -Of sarcastic nicknames there are On trlio is accustomed to railway clumps of xlwdodeBdrows aad great mocfloo scores of instances in history and biog Â¬ traveling can scarcely realize how muchÂ¬ of May blossoms There was aaiatac he is dependent for safety upon the en estiog group raphy The eminent Doctor Abernethy gineer Added to the responsibility of It included one who had bee a Cotwa of London wrote a book called Surgi- Â¬ their station engineers are also in con- Â¬ spinner but was now so stant danger of caused by the cal Observations and from his invari tricks of jealous accidents Paralyzed rivals That he could only bear to lie in a reclke This rivalry it is said sometimes able habit of advising his patients to prompts to the doing ofutterly mean tricks In position read it he became known as Doctor My A Nickle Plate engineer after his very first case This refers to Book Admiral Vernon because of trip was laid on because he had cue oatM I was first Attacked twelve years ago He was re Â¬ all the his custom of wearing a Grogram instatedbearings of his engine proved that with Locomoterat Ataxy however after he fA paralytic dlsase serve afeerCrKeSr ever cwn4f cloak in bad weather was called Old some rival had filled his oiling can with and was for several years barely afeie to get Another new engineer was Grog It was this same Admiral Ver- Â¬ emery for burning out the flues ofsus- about for the last Five years sot able to his ended And non by the way who instituted the cus- Â¬ E oiler Through grief at the loss of his attend to my bsainoes although tom of serving out a mixture of spirits position he died and then a conscience for rae ana water to the seamen of the royal stricken rival confesssd that he had put Maay UilEgs have beadeB NerTetreciit The last experiment feelsK oil in the tankso that it foamed and showed Two years 959 1 was voiea lfito the navy a beverage which they called water at the top gauge when in reality Home for Incurables I Sear Manchester grog in memory of its originator there was scarcely a quart in the boiler jn May 1882 Talleyrand the French statesman who These intense jealousies together with I am no Advocate Focaaythiag t4 was famed alike for his wit and his sar- Â¬ the terrible anxiety incident to their tlie shape of patent Medicines have terribly straining effect On casm was at one time Bishop of Autun worknerve aand And made many objections to y dear the statistics tell us and his many enemies jocularly spoke though Locomotive Engineers may that wifes constant urging to try HopiKttars look of him as His Irreverent Reverence strong and vigorous tner are not all a but finally to pacify her Lindley Murray by a similar play on healthy class Ex Chiet Engineer A 8 Consented I Hampton Indianapolis Ind Div 143 words was facetiously called the Un I had not quite finished the first bottle was one of thos apparently hearty men when I felt a change come over me This grammatical Grammarian The anxiety strain and but he says In 1739 a few students in the old En- Â¬ jolting came near finishing me His suf- Â¬ was Saturday November 3d Oa Swwtey saM to y xem glish university of Oxford formed them- Â¬ ferings localized in catarrh of the bladder morning I felt so strong I could 1 wa3 sure I companions selves into a club pledged themselves to but he used Warners safe euro faithfully Walk I now a closer observance of college discipline for twenty weeks and T S exclaims So started across the floor and back Ingraham of am a well man than had prevailed before that timeand Cleveland O Assistant Chief Engineer IbanllrfcBewliOrtoceatataHSYMlC iwasailorer J am Raining strcsstk eack daraul ea afterward united in works of practical and other prominent members are also the house miu wiaflut aay vralK quae emphatic in its praise piety and benevolence Stfcsr Brotherhood The Locomotive Or Support They were the objects of the unspar-Â¬ has 17000 membersEngineersdivisions Its at mr I am now own own house aad hope soon to he aM and 540 my llrlas ing ridicule of both students and tutors headquarters are in Cleveland O whore to earnManchester agate I hare beea a aiafri of the and were dubbed in derision The Holy Chief Engineer Arthur for twenty years ICoyat Exchange aad wai For nearly thirty Club Bible Moths Bible has exercised aim st dictatorial sway It eratulatcd ongoingTears the reem BBOstheartilycoa and oaThKrsdarfeisw Into was organized in August lSlu by the em- Â¬ Very grateXuny ronrs Joax BtxcKBvaar Bigots But what incensed their law ployes of the Michigan Central It has MAXCUEsmt Eng Dec2f InSa less fellow students most wastheirstrict given nearly two million dollars to the Two years later am perf ecUy weii attention to the rules laid down by the widows andorphans of deceased members Prosecute the Scindlers HI university authorities and so to express tho whenyoa callror nop Yes all If anything but pp Bitterswith drsgfrlsthaad Prof Trilobito eloquently their hatred and contempt they called a greea eluater Uert the great out came by on white labIbun tbat dragjrtet u yotf them Methodists This name stuck things itself like achance and sprang up of Hops viper and he has talcca your Money for mushroom elobe would c if and the club proved to be the germ 11 flo nlrrht for Rritrhteva Ttttla bous stun Indict himforth fraud aad sue hiaa ye damages for the swindle and we wul reward of one of the greatest modern religious I should like to know please sir where liberally for the conviction See U S Court InjuncUoa against C D Warner denominations H F Heddtll in St the seed came from Beading Mich and all his salesmea aadagwu Nicholas Druggists and other Imitators takewaralM m m HOP BITTEBS yLFQ CO I Easiest way to mark a baby and some black currant jam Frau Wolter the Austrian actress alone the table for three minutes who has been playing before the King of Toledo at Blade Bavaria gives a curious account of her Shoot roily as She Fllen His Majesty ordered the experience Pop performance for midnight With the wrts tho way it appeared in tho proof slip exception of the footlights the house Tho argus eyed proof reader however was pitch dark The Kings arrival know the quotation intended and changed Shoot Folly as she flies and departure were announced by an it to rend Of courso it was an electric signal He was the solitary Pope aro daily committing error yet how much graver spectator Nobody could see him in his many by allowing the first symptoms of crrora box where he remained during the consumption to go unneeueu at umicieu representation silent and meditative with loss of appetite chilly sensations or On the fall of the curtain he sent her a hacking cough it i3 suicidal to delay a nosegay aud a jewel as a mark of his single moment the uso ot ur rierce s a rSrTImhTTrtKnnrt reasoanUCkSlOS of the great Golden Medical Discovery are any appreciation which she had to ac and onlv reliable remedy yet known for great moment to those who forpatHre a rantasmW wMhs with tofurnlsb thellttle onenurse Is Â¬ knowiege on the spot in a formal letter this terribly fatal malady Send two letfijendedwIcWKS the selection of a wet to Â¬ rJlB5S ter stamps for Dr Pierces complete treat- Â¬ difficulty and rlslr Send the sub ect dictated to her bv his Chamberlain Mass for pamphlets on ise on this disease Address Worlds Dismore chl drea thaa allotfcer pensary Medical Association Buffalo NY has successfully reared foods combined The irrigation works of Colorado litis Sby kTiose GenHlae unless iearia The battle i3 not always to the are on a great scale The Grand River strong said tho judge as he awarded Ditch in Western Colorado at the be- Â¬ 3 SHOE JAMES MEAXS premium at a county fair St K t ginning is thirty five feet wide at th the butter Jade la Battoa Coagrena and Paul Herald ccBiCifSXUt Unexcelled bottom fifty feet wide at the top five rnyrt IH iarWHUJi mv r ti TooTnACUE Dnor s cure In 1 mtnutcSc Â¬ Apptara ace a wksi ora feet deep for the lirst ten miles then di Pikes v m formation bow i get minishing until the lasttwo and a half Glenns Sulphitr Soap heals and beautifies 25c llunlons this Shoe m any jetaus m bot-Â¬ German Corn Rkmoveh kills Corns miles are sixteen feet wide at the orTemwry tom with three feet depth of water The htW 5 J Mem dfcCe is worth two on in your pocket X usees aw A grade is a little over twenty two inches j ourcent BeatowwsM handkerchief Waterloo Observer to the mile which gives a strong cur reut One company engaged in the irri Â¬ X gating business has constructed over 100 Wayne Pu Page Co Illinois miles of canals inthe Rio Grande valley HAS IMPORTED PROM FRANCE at a cost of 8750000 Chicago Tribune Perchcron IIore valued at 93500000 which Insludes about It hns been discovered that in a num- Â¬ 70 PER GEHT OF ALL HORSES ber of thirteen ineh mortars at Wool- Â¬ Vliwo miritvof Wood Is etoblflted by pedigrees re-wich England the vent had been drilled corded in thoPercheronEtud Ecfik ofyrincetho only UNEQUALLED FOR CCMCNTINC only to a depth of three or four inches Stud Dtwk ever published In that country fJKtfa WOOD GLASS CHINA PAPER LEATHCRjiJ 2LOftOON JgSt AWARDED fnt n MFDAL EVER MPORTED TO AMERICA leaving a barrier of solid metal about tMdbyMasonflwaaHaaoCaJPaBfasj-ftun uib w iii STOCK OH HAND eight inches deep between friction tube CEMENT CO uluuwsj ten JMi J EVERYWHERE SssnTia Caaa test br Mali 3h i and the powder charge It has there- Â¬ isipwlcd Creed 3lares fore been concluded probably with sufficient reason says the London ilob that they are noftitforservice Imported Stalliois fc 3AM -The demand for the Improred 3ASO Old encash or But it is nevertheless tho fact that they T1X P1AXOS is now o large that a secosdadpot Service tlon to the factory has become imperative D were received inspected and passed require one inarteraa much tanfnjra Pianos ostna COLTS 125 prcvalllns wrest pln svstem Consult CateIocaerree into store as thoroughly serviceable - Tor K Styles of OK6AXS S t Tto years old and or Kentcd Trm TaeMeifeserGBASPLcr TRICKS ON THE TRACKS Listen to Yon Wilt iy n r 0k Rin table-linen-Lea- ve H 1 i 2 sm Evmzs xw m M V tJ JJ HAM LELIQUID GLUE PAGES ----- 1 ao 200 younger PIANOS ORCANS k mm mm amo fiaxo mmi Chicago 111 146 Wabash Av The Bible coutains 3oG63S9 letters gent breeders that how 810697 words 3l173 verses 1181 --Je-oe r Trrll brrd animalsa msv be chapters and 66 books The twenty recorded they jhoaldtlffitf ht ff fIlAitruvlrjrrades rAflAt be I Triil seventh chapter of Ezra contains the rail all Imported stock atvalued only aswhin I cannot frrads prices animal told pednt o alphabet The nineteenth chapter pf furnish with thecertitlcato of fu numberverified by tho original Frenih and record la the rercheron Stud Book of France J OO nure Jlln the Second Book of Kings nn the trated Cntelonic sent free Wayne Ills is S3 miles chapter of Isaiah are alike west of Chicago on the Chicago Xorth Veatern By The first man recorded as being buried in a cofiin was Joseph fiftieth chapter Se f Genesis twenty sixth verse Chicago v v WMW Hecoirilzlnir all lnteia- -th nrincJplo accepted bv B Cah Easy Payments wasom thirty-se- cond Times UALii Id CBuPleywea Esayaadprontable o lieokinff KprniRgV HraidiHK or VVeavfBjr-- IjwanyloaKlefelstk new or old rags or mis A aaadaesae Turkish Knsr mada with 2 otsj worth of carpt waste 3LVKEReaa be osed TUIT DC1QI itUallervinjcHChiHeor on tilC J 3tslneIhtfHl rKni Rossinis widow who died two Mr sell some dont years ago has left 800000 francsforthe ufMrCheatcm matesJcnks whyGrease you cad of the hut theso other of Axle erection of a home for superannuated FKAZEK f Mr Jenks Becauso our customers ask for the artists especially musicians in Paris PJtAZER f Laugh and Grow Fat is a procept casilv preached bat not so easy to practice If aperson has no appe- Â¬ tite buta distressing nausea dyspepsia boils or any other ill re Â¬ sulting from inaction of tho bowels it is impossible to get up snch a laugh as will produce aldermanic corpulence In ordor to laugh satisfactorily you must ba well and to bo welLyou must have your bowels in good order You can do this and laugh heartily with Dr Piercos Pleasant Purg ltive Pellets tho little regulators of the liver and bowels and best promoters of jollity sick-hoad-ache CONSUMERS JXO OMJOITTACO 21S State BWCkl Mr Id have yon knotr sir that one box of the FJtAZKK Urease costs us nearly as much as two boxes of these other makes tvlille we sell them all at the same price Mr J One box of the FRAZEIt Is worth as much as three base of these other brands Mr C That U Just the point Ur selling these oili- Â¬ er brands you not only make twlrt a mtn h for us on each box a you make on the lKAZES hat your customers have to buy twice or three ttaes as much of it as they would of the FltAZEK No Hope to Cut Off Horses - molix- Celeoratea iZM and JIKIIIUE ComBtrd can not be slipped by any horse Sam ple Halter to any part or the LS freeonrecelptufSl Sold by all Saddlery Hardware and Harness Dealers Special discount to 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Consultation free Address Worlds Dispensary Medical Assocn Buffalo I Y When is a be like a crank declared ofiT TnE coachmaus Â¬ When it is A indigestion Cured 1 suffered for more than Are years with Jndlsreit Ion scarcely able to retain the simplest food on my stotn ach I declined in flesh and suffered all the usual At terrible rinrNlnn nitendant unon lhtsanything disease con else I last faillns to And relief In The medicine menced tho uso of Swifts Specific toned up the Momach strengthened the digestive or soon all thatburnlne ceased and I could re trans and tain food without difficulty Now my health Is cood and can eat anything In the shape of food and dure It without difficulty Take tho prescribed dose after JAMES 31 AXK JfoM Ivy St catlnir For sale by all druggists free Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed COTHE SWIFT SPECIFIC Drawers Atlanta Gx W23dSt DIM AZTCCZ3 Tofntmdneetlemwewlll csllz UrrCfCs aivzAWATtaoeseH OpemliRR Washing Jfacnlne Itjoswtos send us your nuns P O and xprewoSet one National Co 25 Deyscr The wmm oceupation is more agreeable than that of the hostler bub the latters is more stable A nucK of a girl must be very closely atclied or ten to one shell go off and marry some quack Chicayo Sun vs Tncc CanTcuinsroutat FRIXt Psrticssr see Btancnra suvar ware co aeatoa i an1 An active Mas or Woroe Jas county to kiI oor geodc Sater i Z par Hotti and Kxpraitt a-4- eaia DIKES BEABD ELIXIB JJTSSt y kw rfynli m --- -- MSJi4 I 1 4SA A ZmXaUk Hi 4Z MSam Co Ami radteeJHfc ear ache get- any better dear AfllFcted savagely Better Husband It gets worse every minute If you dont stop the racket those confounded children are mak Â¬ ing upstairs Ill do somethfns desperate My ear pains me so I caiit hear a thing - Wife to afflicted husband Doss your kEXnrorfreeCataloBueof Books of Amaseiaeats pcakersUUlo4ues Gymnastics Fortune Tellers jDrcaax Books Debates-- Letter Writers Etlqwette Ana SuXw Tork etc Sick FmaTXAXZKt and painlessly eared at home P0M aCEStEO V CO ITayette Tmb Trial CowraetoalU HU3CAXS lad MOKPinXE HAJBITS s icily The most leutlf al and flnesCtOBed hewortd scpruexearfefat Send for catalosroe- - Address Yorfce eaver Orgaa C N Y Times Boston Post R Oxiy a match box remarked Fogg at the theater the other night referring to the seats where the youug lovers sat thatMo once said Very well takes a wife takes care in taking a wife one should take care - Philosopher Fraskmn tlluairatloas a iictre uaiiery GIVES Wholesale Prices direct to consumers on all goon for personal or family tuw Tells how to order and gives exact cost o every thing yon nae eat drlnk wear or have fun with These ISTVAIaVABHZ BOOKS contain information gleaned from tle marhets of the ivdrld We will mail a copy FRBB to any ad Â¬ dress apon receipt of 10 cts to defray expense of mailing Iet hj hear from Rcapectfnlly yon O The BITTERS GUIDE b issned Sept aad March cacli year 52 JJ5G page 3500 ivnole 84xlllncheeiviaiQYCx ORGANS liaCo Wholesale and retail Maisk whereSlreslA CU3 Waash rce lttr TLOifcaesv B a WIss Bangs and Ware sent CXOP amy 3a9uifnl JZAUlllUL I- on Cotton Tarklsk Xalmsm samrlnrfrcerrf every persOR semlisr ddress to - T SVH1TE E UOR Ezpida JtSek RED It Is reported gaining ground Thsy seem to betaking root in this couutry Cleve Â¬ land Voice in Germany that female dentists aro CANCER Treated and enred withoatthc knifes Adarese Booic on treatment sent fre rLPOSDMD- - Aurora KaaeO UL aft wri EDUCATIOJTAI i A wise hotel man will not announce hig house to be without arrival Detroit Post crack trotter breaks Three months delphia Call L MONTGOMERY WARD double-breaste- -l It should not exciteany surprise Ali I want is justice5 when a 227 z 239 Wasajik Avenue Ctlcax CO HI nyj 8TC3T Secure a Buiincss Edscatlen T ilUfflk mafroin Br 5Ktes CouXGB8gtY ANK E 2951 f t said the tramp said the Justice Phila- Â¬ weakl said a dnde to a gentleman They are in a weak place responded the latter woxDEn what makes my eyes so Many a Lady Men Think they know all about Mustang Lin- Â¬ iment Few do Not to know is hot to have r -- is beautiful ail but Robbie said the visitor kindly have you any little brothers and sisters 2o replied wee Hobbie solemnly Fin all the children weve got How charmingly you sing Idiss Guse Oh yes in Â¬ Do you think soJ bury deed I ueverlisten to you without wish Â¬ ing von were where my cousins out m Col- Â¬ Judge orado could hear you ner sKin and nobody has ever told her how easy it Is to put s Ml KiTrvnntheskin 15alnii Beauty a on the skin is Magol i g