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P -fr- -V MMMBBMaWMBMMMBBMI Thev Hazeb GreenHerAeiP tPBER 4 COOPER Owner and Editor JL et Ijf THE HEBALD OP A XOISY ATOKLD WITH STEWS - - 3KOI AiL 2fATI02fS 23 1SS5 - SI00 A YEAR k Always In Advance - VOLUME J Is 1hc I TIRED i HAZEL GJREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER NUMBER 43 ipld Hazel Geeen Herald at ahr Mvcrpcbliehed In Wolfe County b4 rtrwrffcUs largely la the counties of Law eWifeXorraPowelL Menifco Ma EstiU lleyd fiaBMhtt tke latter eleven feeln Perry ke with A ewgjiaper of any 3rfad THEHEBAIJ s4 Ktt luitt aorertfeers ca reach more people by vwtteeent ia its columns than by any Try it b be convinced Uereas8 XvMtr Webstbsday iTrannara Mokxixc sfencr cooper y 8CBSCKIPTI6X fcxsOBts e Year RATHS f LOG tx 3 tbanSixSiontbs ADVBRTIEI5G sates Tran4egt advertisements inserted at cents per lacs first insertion an4 twreaty ftre cents for each fubsequent inser- 1 Iek Oae Tear 508 iara lBTTtates on larger advertisements made sev-sty-l- ve V3Ce SHbscriptkm will bo entered upon r bosks unless accompanied by the money aad so rafescrifrtieri will be received lor less - known on application AMreK EPENCSR COOrEIL jfc flaiol Green Ky PROFESSIONAL JMXASH JtTTOIWiCNiT LAW HAZEL GEEEN KT TOH practice ties tion Collections will receive prompt atten Â¬ In Wolfe and adjoining- cou PATTERSON IIGG ATTORNEYS AT LAW - JCC STEELING S7 SAMUEL SIcKEE ATTORNEY AT LAW No 441 W Jefferson street lAHiiarsrvajE kt- I Praetices in aU the State Courts ana peoial attention piven to business of all kind in the United States Courts A POETERLACT T ATTORNEY AT LAW AND L- - EXAMINE F DEPOSITIONS Hazel Grees Kt M QcuuiA- - w REAL ESTATE AGENTS Camttox Jvy Title examined taxes paid for non rest aeats Collections a specialty Beal estate bought and sold on commission Will prac tice in Wolfe an adjoining counties DR R B GARDNER ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND QUILLED j a Ltkets LYKLNS r Â¬ -- OJ wtcmAH mQim Hazel Gkzek Kr ft iy AffAVC Bnnnae v a vaa1 a jiTTa adjoining counties m M DR J H KASH ANB PHYSICIAN it i SURGEON Hazel Greek Ky Tenders professional services to the oitt zensof Wolfe and adjoining counties Office at residence on Broadway hlK J JB jg TA TJXBEE M HAZEL GREEN KY D- - t MISMiK mim iHD ACOCUCHEM Tenders his professional services to the peo ple of Wolfe and adjoining counties Oflica at residence on HazeLGrenebThts sr HOTELS iD D-S- lT SOUSE HAZEL GREEN KY - CODSEY Proprfto ana public Patronage is respectfully solicited from everybody nore especially the travelinq First class accommodations HAZEL UKEEN KT ixiiKia kouse JOHN H PIERATT Proprietor EFThe table is supplier1 with the Vest in the market and first class accommodatios will be furnished for man and beast MORGAN HOUSE west liberty ky JAMES H COLE Proprietor Patronage of the traveling public is rs rpectfully solicited Table always su puled with the bestinxhc market Stable attached ASHLAND HOUSE NEAR POST OFFICE LEXTNGTON I5RST CUSS i Sz 1 KENTUCKY E1TESR EASONiBLE H E JBOSWELli SONS Proprietors CAMPTON HOUSE CAMPION KT ALEX J ASBURY Prtprietor The table is supplied with the rhoicestvV ends in the market and the charge aro rea cnable Special inducements to Commercial tourists Insure Your Property 33 THE OIJ TrCTTABU Mi -- Insurance Gflmr OF HAKTFORD COKH 1h Reliable Indemnity X1 ffldch Deal Cheap Insurance Time Tried and Fir Tested THE BEST 13 TBS CHEAPEST ItliSCAPlTAL U SB-- a HEBKBON AfitT - fiaaacBn -- Ky HOiTCJiN LYK U he had ditrn up a bueket of water to hmuch needed rest and the vessel soon PJTH AND POiHT pass it would throw i a twigs aromtT wash his hands and face His can arrived safelv at Brisbane The- - mate LhoId on 1 use as il I was one of its am tired Heart and feet When the winter morn Is breaking over land vS I from busy mart and street The man who keeps his mouta shut was found near the bucket split al- - I was taken to a hospital and when last scapes white with snow 121 jt wanted tfl save me Turn i heard of was still there aever as to eat any crow Philadel- And the cold has sent the mercury down to fmSSsS13 fate which awated me Iamtlred rest isweet most in two jrobablv bv a blow The Captain Tho ten or twelve below from the carpenters axe The water thanks to his wonaerfu constitution phia Times thon r red haW iouId When tho boarders shivering rise from bed I in played I am tired- - andhavethe shade cateh m6 by the tacfe An Ilinoisgirl had her wrist broken in which he was washing was reddened r recovered rapidly and was able to pro- ofllie and quickly don their clothes In the Bun j ceeu on hi3 Aroyage with a new crew I have seen the flowers fade by a young ministor who shook hands And hurry to the parlor stove to thaw their with blooa as though he had been toea He complained bitterly yesterday of with her She got even with him y Whenfreezlnir who must be at work by seven peiled to let 20 it woEfii Istruck aslje was lcahinir downutoward VT people Tarn tired I have had x v What has made my spirit cladfFJHll iv iuv l i the water tmd abloodv trail led ro the his treatment at Jamaica where the breaking his heart tf T Journal What has made my spirit sad shield dpribe to you th35n5 tlioe side of the ship whence his body was authorities seemed most anxious to try The merchant who hangs one in With gloved hands they gotheir ears as through tho icy streets igCm him and allowed the mutineers to go front of his store the sign thrown into thesea am tired Loss and gain When the cans of milk aro frozen that arc dreadful moments rrrh StMiSMb Dont go I Golden sheaves and scattered grain t IIKC xtyiiuu saj miiuuio ut me uoor long noun After the killing of youne Enstrom free after two months imprisonment somewhere else to be swindled walk in Day has not been spent in vain the mutineersdivided up the work thai although thoy confessed their guilt To- Â¬ here is honest to say the least Low- Â¬ And everybody says it never was so cold be-- teavor to speak or Avnte without ernlei remained to be done Tii3v darpeuter ton they said was their leader he tin Then the fair and gentle maiden from her supply of Avords is as absurd as to necessary I am tired Eventide ell Iimes 4 to till the earth without the Bids me lay my cares aside slumber sound awakes dei3tood navigation and had joined to dispose of the Captain undertook It is remarkable what a difference no attempt Bids me In my hopes abide a house leave the iuipIementSr or to and made the attempt already- - de- Â¬ f the ship at Boston in July 1SS3 with there is in tjie sensation when y i get a But and warm toshe makes couch so snux sufficient material build wonls eanWithout never But T am tired God Is near scribed an any yes- - describe my feel nsrs Alt thib tine I was Toton a seaman who after- - tho mutiny already planned Av X let er enclosing a ten dolar bill and aim iwissaes nutnuuereaiea terday she shopped Let me sleep without a fear vard proved to be the ringleader took Sun wh n you get one enclosing a bill for Atlrl Ctrntnii nt thannlr lac- nirrlit- until crk ylrpnlllillf for help inl cursing Ihe cawp Let me die without a tear 1 Â¬ charge of the mate Svlvanius and renearly dropped ten doll rs another I would Ill takeyoung- nap she says the beauti- Â¬ I am tired within itsrest volver in baud made for the males An exchange has an article headed ONLY FIVE MlWuTES lady As the bird ful nest stateroom Sylvanius was asleep and And meantime ma will light the fire and get I am tired Home is best Bovs and Contagion What the Peter Burn it Avas quite dark in his room but the breakfast ready The lime a 3Itn AVos Given to Prepare small bov can t catch isnt worth catch- BnstQii Courier Tojon knew the Inyfttiurlandand fif onlv he doesnt alwavs catch w at for Death An Innocent Littlo Amuse- - 1 usTng his best judgment Tired four THE PATIENT OX essen mort Arranged By Froicoine CowÂ¬ he deserves St Alba s VI A SEA TEAGEDY shots in rapid succession and Jhenran boy qer Sammy Tuckers Experience with a out to see how the carpeuter waspro Toko of Steers A IjOjj Hiiullnjr Expedi- Â¬ Colonel Will Middleby who has just In t lling what mothers should do judgment iniring An Awful Story of Mutiny and grpssing HisThe first hpM putTout the returned from the Indian Tprritory re- Â¬ an oxchage says Allow the children tion AVhich Speaks for Itself Fun in the proved good Woods opinions of Murder mates riirht ey the secondSlruckhim lates a startling experience I liad a they grow older to hae kind of chil- Â¬ I have never before written an article for y s their own Wonder what in tho chin and the other two- - took permission to traverse the vL erritoty vV s LA publication but Avill attempt to give my Bloody ACray Between the Brave Captain effect in his body Toton was wrong IjsatcLthe Colonel- - but Isoon found dren this writer has had to do with Boston Transcript experience as briefly as possible 1 have in thinking Sylvattius was dead He hi and Slate of a Brg and a Murderous that the white scoundrels who inhabit A Tennessee negro who did of lived on a farm all my life and have was RlivU and knowing tuat more Crew Ufs Son Killed The Cap Â¬ deviltry must be going on outside he the country had no regard for it One general ddbility Avas turned overto the worked all sorts of horses and mules but tain Executes Two Bleu A GOOD S VMATUTAX arose picked up the revolver which day wet anoTlnmgry Tilopped at a sort doctors and a post mortem reAealed a not long ago I tried a yoke of cattfe Yes 4 M score of shirt buttons in his stomach Cap- Â¬ of public house Toton had dropped and ran to the A company of rough just tried them one day and if I know I raised mv head and looked to sec where I A mans shirt myself I will never try it again A mule we Avere goinrr The cattfe was Justreat-h- After a cruise of eighteen months tains room As Totou came in one white men had assembled in the bar- Â¬ We are not surprised the opening ing an openimc in the Captain Enstrom of the brig Natal was door Sylvanius came in the other hold- room of the house 1 at ouce noticed buttons are almost never Avhere they can kick the life out of a fellow in three t proved to be a clearing woods by some one made ought to bg Puck ing in his hand the revolver with one seconds and a bronco can buck you higher glad toget around and see his old ac- Â¬ bullet easier still in it It was a surprise to that I was regarded with disfavor and A poet writes I send you my than a treetop and be half a mile from the t and I now began to think how niuen mnmt Ti u 1 irtnri His friends who liked Toton Avhen he found the Captan fight- Â¬ I Avas on the eve of quittiug the place j poem out 1 tear made a quaintances m spot when you come down but that is a g mistake I soon him always now looked upon him with ing and still more a surprise Avhen tho when one fellow as roujrh a man ns I not writing a refrain to it Ncer quick easy death beside being killed by foundthrough the thick Brush But I bet t out lhTerenL The sround had j mind degrees When a mule or bronco takes a iateiy cleared by some scamp who had cut a new interest as the man who had mate appeared opposite him and tried ever saw said Ave shall do the rofiaining for Capn whats jour busness Avith his own pistol The j yoi The way in which we shall re- - notion to slay his victim he does it ont- lived through the bloody mutiny of to shoot him tub about three incaes hIgh Ihad 1 am out here to look at the coun- Â¬ carpeuter the steward and Teton made train from printing it will finish the right But the ox will drag you through tlia t thnn hftIf wav nt which they had read a brief account in the thick brush all day by one leg or wuan Crtmtt a - iiort- - nnnir for the deck together When they were try N T Tribune j poem beautifully o the morning papers Captain Enstrom out of the cabin the Captain and the knock you clown and drag a sixteen foot Haint you looked at it I Wonder where Snlashpen gets the saw log across both legs and then stand what is the matter OA er theirf7 and tin is a man whom no one would care to mate locked themselves in got out the next instant an old man came runmns Wall what air you hamririroun big words he uses so plentifully in his there three days and nights Avithout food oorncs tlio tvnvrfa TrIrn lhf hniSfl nick trifle with unless it were absolutely medicine chest and fixed each others writings Out of the dictionary oi and water until he is sure his Aictim is j After releazing my foot the oid man tJed Neither understood surgery fur T necessary His shoulders are broad wounds course vThat accounts for it He dead linvr i vifrtif in bnrfr nvnnnd to bathe used three words iu ten lines the other Seme people may think I speak a little his chest deep and when he shakes and the best they could do was i rrwt m tA hi inn- - when- What right them and diminish the flow of blood by of which I did not know the nam oi inoe liiiumu oueuieui uuimms as medical aid was summoned hands with any one the memory of his binding the wounds with lint ill s jl iuuuuu Jiuuuuiug my meaning I went to the dictionary but they are sometimes called but I speak from story as one of the narrowest 1 relate this risks of my squeeze remains The Captains face When this was done both felt easier passport an presenting it to him Oh how experience t thav weren t there rrobabiv as vou Avill now try to explainI tohate them I But I I life But the most singular thing about I Taint worth storing room1 he i SKWMJ-u-upui- i v 1 O bronzed by the sun and seamed with and began to cast about for methods of youhow I ever this story is that the cattle has never been num uau j aid as he coollv proceeded to tear it attempted to work a yoke of oxen deep scars plainly visible through his revenue and for retraining control of tho seen since and now old Bob white wants His n comnanions roared with boslon rol- You see Uncle Bill Loveheart that is mo to tvnrtr fnr lim niif VPiir til TOVV for the ship reddish whiskers looks like that of a wish you would ex-- vho 1 live with alers wants me to be at j here On the wall over the bunk laughter I had a p stol but Avhatu stears You when that oId man re man of prompt action and not easily Avere fastened an AfricanCaptains shi ld co Id 1 do Avith a dozen despe ate men l plin llov this g ot into one of 3 our ci-I lpiisPfl mv foot from thn hantfe he iust left leather sa d a ian rushing into a to- frightened The impression is con and two assegais placed crosswise Now continued the ruffian who h the cattle go where they pleased lfod P a little we understand Dacco store ana notaing the old man white where I thought they si med by a detailed account of the The shield was clearly useless but the destroy d my passpot The manufacturer dntpfttive - strip of calico vnn pretty w11 - Ynn arfi Sammy TucJicr In PecJrV were going v truggle in his cabin and his subsequent assegais might do to strike the mu- Â¬ I w Sutu come here after no goodH eyPu lC Wltu disgust ana exclaimtta tineers The mate Avas about to take an haint aciion j Its those new girls again They them down but just then the Captain nuther HE FIXED HIM was stretched out on this lounge dont seem to know the difference be- I lam not a detective He recollected something better the Captain said illustrating his mean- Â¬ opened his locker and tool out a rifle Howa Shrewd Hub md Etmoveda Tramp Do voa mean to say that I am a tween a bother uunbaru ana a uon- ing with my face to the Avail and was aud a brace of revolvers When they liar Chicago Tribune 1 necticut wrapper from Ills Premises sound asleep 1 was awakened at one Avere careful His lost loAe Tln s what he does Jack- shout Whos that atthe kitclieu door askedl loaded the two oclock in the morning by a blow from allid forth j The mate had oneofficers ejoneofhis companions In a mo- Â¬ 1 by-- thy charm I crave n place of- - the Mr Jollikin of his young Avife last Snndayv the carpenters broadax that made a Captains revolvers tiUdst rivals 2 thy winsome grace W as surrounded Every man and the one he had ment I just after breakfast And J Uni ventures will I dare Avound of Avhich you can see the scar 4 Jove of thee jet neer despair picked up and the Captain had th rifle had nrawn his pistol Its a tramp and Im bothered to death v reschinE from my chin back under vay and a love I ought to kill you right here - 24 21 o no eiiancotnv otherto win V revolver If thi gs had not been with them she replied as she gotuptogw 1 fe ear Yhon I looke i up half dazed I serious they might have been taken for Slid th ruffian ad hessed as Jack sIiemc 1 after the visitor j For me no more tliis earthis 7 roulu distinguish the carpenters face a couple of Robinson Crusoe Xbc sin turathysm lies f ori venrf Wait a minute my dear said herlius But oughtent t letjouliv another minir 3 by the lighl of the lamp burning near this thought Let pea ent Det htst ns uweir band Some one a iAaoced and idieved me Ill fix him so he wonttroubla didnt occur to the mu- Â¬ IllO thee no m6re farwalU rn compass box and I saw the a com r you any more w tineers They stood at the door armed of n y pistol iuo down on my head again I raised Mrs Jones newly married How w Thats a darling Yvinl iiliOUllilU o 1 what well dotL Now tell ray right arm and thus broke the force AVth axes atand capstan bars aud began aid Jack Ill Well just give you five did you like that pie we had for linner Iovimrly You are always ready to hem MULE TnE EXPED1TIOU once But the number of the fight of the blow The ax handle struck mv fire arms demoralized them They had m nits to live Stand right tliar now to day Mr Jones Avho recollects work at something he says idol hands finds me and to say pleasant things to me his childhood wrist and the blade landed on my tem- Â¬ It was rather good mischief So the other morning he gave me He kissed her and went out and in gye mucn before a half an o your pray in ple leaving this mark that leads from no time to fight around and sent them but not such a pie as my mothe used my choice to cut out fence corners or haul minutes he returned The ruffians In Aain 1 pleaded dozen bullets now did youfbc Well queried his Avife jrv eye back across ray ear These scattering forward with tho Captain Avould not listen to me to bake Why dont you cail over and logs for the old man white of corse I chose Did you other scars on my cheeks neck and Mrs uie lauer as wumu ue recipe ui in forward Its ies five minutes to twelve get her Isa Mr- - Jonesbake it Who handling logs11with a yokemum casjci cat- - j vis 7 ivp him Ah forehead were made by the carpenter and mate open pursuit Thellcfus an- Â¬ said Jack Jones of slow lazy Shit ti Look up thar at the clock and Toton hatch was -too when he cut me with his knife but other seaman the carpenter and the n r rhmi-r1lid then Mrs Jones triumphantly i up umn i uuiis out iece ITfynv timO nn IVIlfln VATril I T7rt and worry bo he didnt do that right oft The sudden steward jumped down in wild haste oclock comes you are gone an if vouj Your mother baked it and sent it big old dull heavy brush cythe Avhile the Hell - suretoeoneri2htbCk V uug hundred degrees abovo i -blow of the ax handle on my Avrisf made They liked to fight with sleepi ug en take vour eves oKgh it ia the meantime 4ver She thought you would like it luuicui yjii 110 jc nuu u ivitu- - j icue J11UV a 7ero Old Bob White gave me a Big yoke pocketful of those biscuits you mad11 for 27 F Sun the blade fly off and I had time to sit besL you arc goi e aujhow of red cattle tu Avork and I dont believe up on the lounge The cowardly car Â¬ Merchant Traveler One of the seamen did not succeed in I srazed at the clock and began t they Avas ever yoked up Before or at any breakfast penter sat down beside me I Tabbed getting out of sight Johanssen Avas mnmble a nraAror Oh how orecious rate they didnt act likeit The timber SARWTXIS3 HOWLllNG GLAD him around the neck and kept him from the unlucky one and he looked much single moment of time can be I though from Avhich I Avas to haul the legs was my wounds which he was dispirited as he tried to make himselp of my home of tearing at situated abont half a mile from the saw iny wife and children U trying to make deeper with his hands small behind the cap tan He had a The desperate men stepped behind me How a San Trancscan Won tho Eternal mill and it took me a good three hours to Trlendsfiip oran Acquaintance V hen he found he couldnt do it he drive from the mill to the timber I got in his hand but it didnt I could hear thir suppressed breathing Love is a good deal like the car cable their at last though and finding a nice open threw his arms around mine pinned capstan bar look very formidable Avhen the mate 1 could hear the beating at my own r fa VvJA tfcem to my side and veiled out Kill with his two revolver ami the Cap- Â¬ heart Five minutes to live lthad al- - Itris endless and gbes bn all the time spot 1 left mf wagon and proceeded the logs to the him Kill him U Would the time tain with his rifle all ready came at ready seemed an age jI jt dpesnt matter a cent what car it braishsnake the cattle 1 out of small found a 1 noticed with Then for the first time Cold perspiration rolled is drawing Youve always got to pay cotton Avood log and after some lively him from different directions That was never come that the steward Avas standing near the too much and Johanssen expressed a down my lace and almost blinded fare too but Avhatever you put into the Avhipping I managed to get close enough to door holding in his hand a narrow wish to yield The Captains first in- Â¬ my eyes I could but indis box Is none There Avas a man in Oak- - tie one end of a large rope around the little long bladed axe used in the galley pa Â¬ stinct was to shoot everjT one engaged tinctly see the face of the clock bm iy -- log I had no I was ti tiently awaiting his turn He struck at in so cowardly an attack but Johans- Â¬ I knew that only a minute mori lard who had a sweetheart L suppose end of the to tie the ropo in chain and noose a running compelled 3yy I U me when the carpenter suug out but sons part of the mutiny had been quiet Ava3 left me That the wretche there are several men in Oakland who By this time the cattle was getting their he was excited and raised the axe too and the Captain told him he niigfit live would kill m I had not 11 doubt urn have sweethearts several Avho have the Blood up and so was L The Mercury lav Â¬ high It struck against the ceiling if he Avould go to work A little later whyhadthy chosen sue a othi at aye sev Â¬ stood at a hundred and I stoodthemone hunsame iweetteart several who Avhich you see is very low and spoiled and I started and the Captain discovered the murder of remember d aa ttriiele 1 h d eral sweothearts But this man had dred Avent fifty opposite directionupirom blow I had my right arm free by his son and regretted his clemency but once they of the hs delight read denri t ve of irinn awnntliSavhwhnTri lift t rlnrpfl nesnnlv Avhere I had left my Avagou In trying this time and as tho axe came down I he kept his word Iit- - eiirtiJ vnri In cnnindri- trip rim ciinfii I VylU W IU Ub till wvt juv off and grabbed it and Avrenched it away from ra man who finds it hard to get a sweet-heart- i- to turn thein the rope slipped the rope was not sufii ient iiin For four days the Captain and mate forgetting mjself I grabbed at nim I was at too close quarters to use worked the vessel with Johanssen at Death of itself time htvo nea ly isli ent The and does5 not feel sure of her and in so doing I steped my foot right in by As it on the carpenter so 1 put it under the Avheel Their Avounds caused them ex ised- - My kiecs rirst so AVak tint then can adore Me Avanted some the running noose I had on a prdr of stift j and exemplified Sam the weg x hishaaow jn feet and turned my attention to excruciating pain and eAen constant 1 cou d scTrc lj stand I wo d re thing precious to keep for her sake So stoirv Boots and the rone drew so tight j him Just as the steward struck at me ablutions with salt water could not ward how stopped the vulletsr should around my Id feeivwhcp tiie if could hea pho got pevmission ofthe Gentral Pacific Blood from ancle that it almost thrown Hat 1 THE NEXT THING- - TO ITC he had said cli- Â¬ strike me off the aggravating effect of a hot circulatinit I Avas I wondeed T Murder batLma Cata- fix him1 And he mate On the afternoon of the fourth he report o the pisto s Never mind Af L heard a Railroad and came over to San Fran- Â¬ on my Back quicker than one could count rIt Wasnt Tire or a urea trit A friend of his threeami away they went overlogs Brush was trying his best to do it tugging at day the aptain had made up his mind daugh I quickly turnedfand a ne cisco one afternoon A woman ran out of a house on Beau a sheath knife strapped inside his what to do and he told the mate about Ti standing near ne The rufiian- - was going on to Dresden and a happy stumps and some of the Avourst Briers that fire ever disgraced a civilized country I made blen street the other day cryins He got it out be ore I could it avIio agreed with him Their wounds were gone I - landed at the clock thought struck the fond loAer trousers 0Uj as snQ could yell A pedestrian 1 want you to do something delicate several attempts to grab the rope but Avith- him and cut me first of alL here were getting worse and they might be Fiac minutes to t el e stop out success The great coodness thought I thtestens wnffMeBni in the left cheek where you see the helpless at any time in Avhich case Jo- Â¬ t Mt T AH What are y u laughing at I de for me he aid to his friend it Vv 4ajmaM Wha long scar It was a very deep cut I hanssen would betrav them and let out manded of the negro being unable to I and into the hM BVJrS tC f- J 1 could see my teeth through it for sev Â¬ the men in the hold Avho would pitoh u He took o it of his pocket a photo- - i h vnnid iii or smeii siunKu uc iutmrj w ik- gasping At dat ole jokj dem cowboy ii VihTetin eral days Then he cut me two or them oAerboard In anv event should pavedoner Dat ar clock a n1 ran o raph and a lock of hairZk I and cxciteil woman and asked An J -rb j LtT Jl fill r l at inii 1511 l l iueiyr 1 cant seeany 1T WhHrn l LiOOK three times on the forehead but ot the fine Aveather cease thej-- were not nin i oss De gennermen to e me te tney Avere iraveiing iu uiu isuw iu ui sums or one - the hre2 1 1 -c was about forty five broad nurroi a iu uisu iijr i course he couldnt get through the capable of managing the ship alone i Well she c H nh it is er haw I 2in 3er dis pitoi lMrt mrnin firel 1 I meant It faced Avith a clainky nose and the faint- m a westerly airection Avuue At saw mm i bone I said to mvself You must do Thej must have help and that without bawl tne Arkaasaw Traveler she n pHecL Fortu- Â¬ putting themselves at the mercy of their est sensation of a cross eye The Jock was south Yes they Avere going west I munlerl something or youll be killed Is there a man in the house 1 am describing a nately the steward was letting us have men of hair Avasryil Xosir AN INTERESTING RELIC the light alone Just as I safd this the vonian who could not by any possibility The Captain and mate went forward Who tried to murder yon carpenter stuck the knife in ray neck pulled off the hatch and ordered tho Copv of Lincolns Letter Declining the exist iirOakland I do not Avimt to of- Â¬ Oh I didnt mean murder 1 gues fend that ity I may want to live thero It didnt go into the middle as he men to come up and submit There Governorship of Oresou but the awfulest biggest rat you ever iot Avanted it to but went in under my Avas no answer The Captain emptied eves on chasetl our cat across the kitdtten Through the favor of Mr Wallis some day i and then stood and g lared at me lifcfe it Shes good looking right ear here where 3ou see the funny a reolver at l andom into the hold aud Oh I sir vouM When you go to Dresden I want you looking scar mixed up Avith the one repeated the order This was followed J ash of Corvalli3 Ave have been shown tizer thirsting for Wood of rare interest and high value to have a paintinsr of her made on por better turn in a fire alarm aud leten made bv the axe When the knife went by a whispered conversation The men a letter kick in all the doors and break in all the through on the other side I grabbed it were exhausted b four days fasting It is morever a letter of peculiar in- Â¬ celain a daisy I dont care what it The rat Avindows and flood the house Avith my right hand to keep it in there Beside it Avas unpleasant to be shot atm costs terest to the people of onr State being i must be killed before he commits someiter All right old man Ill do it so that he couldnt use it an more the dark and they made up their Detroit Free Press rible deed Take care of it wont you the Then he did Avhat only a sneak minds to submit The Captain or- Â¬ a letter Avritten by Abraham Lincoln in 1849 declining the offer of the Gov- lock of hair I mean do He scrouged would it dered them up one at a time and the A Chunj e Yru ITT we print the Certainly Do you Avant to insure round and round trying to J mate stood ready to enforce the order ernorship 01 Uregon Talk about your Kansas corn sata a it iet in aeep enoujm to cut a Dig vein JLI1C UillJUIJlCl HilS IUC IU3t IU iipiCill letter herewith i short neoked bnll dozer on Change tht The friend Avent to Europe and came It is the twisting around in my neck Alter all had laid down their kniA es and MUtixGF ELD 111 September 27 1649 A tr wv S rVv VW fT other day its nothing to some ro7fnfi6er In Dresden he had made inqui- Â¬ that makes that scar look so funny axes the were ordered to stand in John Addison EsqVonr letter is received I back MvDuvit Sin raised one time wiien I was a iitijujtg it didnt heal smooth While he was line The Captain looked at them can not but be grateful to you and all other ries and found what was required would I That was corn and -no mistake about IK S forcing- the knife inward I forced it sternly and then taking carcfu aim friends wno have interested themselves in cost fifty dollars He made up his mind ciM iimnnAvith irniinninn of Oregou offered outward At last I forced it out of with his revolver shot the carpenter bavins the Governorshipreflexion as I have that anybody Avho wanted that girl to ine but on n much sandy goatee to whom the remark hartap my neck altogether and got it away tnrough the heait The mau dropped had time to give the subject I can not con- painted and was willing to pay fifty dol- Â¬ patently been addressed from him At that minute the mate like vl log and the others stood n sent to accept it lars for it Avas an idiot So he came When- - the old man got the seed I have an ever abiding wish to serve you going west came reeling into the room and blood speechless ter or while Johanssen but as to the Secretary ship I have already back without the porcelain He had dont ju tknow but I remember lLoifcl Avas coming out all over mm too i thanked his stars at the helm Capt in reconimended our friend imon Trancis of been back some time when he met the how far West they were going to go didnt had a lew crains of it enough for a hilt to suppose the carpenter and the steward Enstrom waited a moment and then the Journal Please present my respects es- Â¬ Oakland man on the street Strangely know nor but little did 1 care if I could two He planted t In the garden aS G T M Davis senorally and my thanks avss dead Anyhow they lif te his revol er again This time it pecially for hi kindness In the Oregon enough the Oakland man avoided him only get loose From the direction that rimve a stake iu the eroncd alongside of thought he A LrscoLV they were now going if not molested they m so iQ would know where to look for it but he wa cornered left at once and 1 vas so much cut was the s anian Totons turn and he mutter Your as ever Avritten on i sheet of Hullo Got back How did vou en would certingly in the corse of live cr six tr eii s r r never saw corn grow like that up 1 had to let them go or else we dropped dead beside the ca penter The letter is weeks reach Ifah but Avho wanted to be ua n spenitnl to falrlv iump alonz and I might have killed them in there with The last two Avho nad been the tools o old fMshioned blue letter paper it is joy jourself one leg A like befo for six Not a avo d about the commission At dragsedwas soonweeks byand the cattlelarge never kiww anything to yield re bigitenoou the kitchen ax that I had under my th dead ra n were nearly dead with folded in the style common to that Avas orsinCe reached Every stalk had treetop Â¬ feet Yes certainly its lucky I was fright but theAT Avere neeclcd to work time so as to be sent without an envel- last the Frico man spoke up to change their course They i j aUj there was three good sietL iahlliis By the AAay I priced those porcelain comepelled a a strong man but its lucUer yet that th shiope aud Avas sealed with the usual very good direction and went f Tt n urlrfiSHfl tllUS paintings in Dresden and I thought yon now chose as northern a3 their old stnt on tne jtake aud it wasnt a Ledjar rati tirnfor there Avas a stronger hand than mine Throw those bodies overboard Chicago off just fast season for corn eitherat in the Toom or else Id be dead get something to eat the Captain sai John Addis m Esq Washing on D would not care to paj fifty dollars for legs woum cany iln vo I have menu jC An IUe Youth the post mark of Spring- - one so 1 man and go to ork It bears that the weather j Captain Enstrom is a family heretofore stated v ir nns Tliey gladly obeyed and heaved the field III Sept mber 28th The Oakland mau jave a jump of Avas cncomnly warm and pernaps ino and it the x thin seven children and the eldest said Colonel Fizzletopr tii father of two corpses into the sea and then topof the right hand corner th words oy He seized on the Frisco mans cattle had taken a triflirforany a flaxen haired boj of nineteen son jJohnnv ia getting So be too sutaor the Dominion oCaa-The letter hand and shook it nearly off Xorthent Free A Lincoln M C uiiiLr was on board wi h his father tudy-in- - united with Johanssen in faithful obedi- Â¬ 10 spend a few wceKs of Sc is now the property of Colonel G- T J Im so howling glad you didnt 30 ada and just as people sometimes the but practical naxigation and acting ence u do luat rennetl He A few davs later the Captain fell in M Davis of Sew York the person howling huL Ive got another girl weather as second mate of the vessel oVocfe in tiie ukaliia I oAk induced them to want to take me seems to have been the first one at-- with a Norwegian bark whose Captain named in it to whom Mr Lincoln de- Â¬ now and there woul I have beem tho whateverBy this time my clothes was aoout i jh ntweu along u that so be can have mora tacked b the mutineers It was his i lent him two men 1 heir presence en sired Mr Addison to tender his respects Jeuc- to pay Come and hav a ciR ar all gone and my hide and ilesh was begin- - i officers tr take and thanks Portland Oreqoman San Franckco Chronicle to loat - --Tcxo Siftinas deck and before going below abled the wounded vatch oe disappear with them Every bubh I lnie Â¬ SvI headSte -- -- iii -- 1 - - -- - f -- -- y Ia 7v r Â¬ -- 1 -- 1 a- oi - 1 ji uu dK-- w -- Ktrtofe 1 -- son-pthin-t- o 1 -- T S Ji t- -- - te fl I I - latter-tlsyisfie i 1 Ill 1 iluar -- iit 4 1s V V K41 r Y S0 1 Â¬ ut r r 1 h 9m 1 1 r7 Y-e-e- -s -- l -- 11 1 Â¬ i te t -- - - V - 1 uZtiri tZsZ -- ninir to r sZf r - - r t i Breens Linimennt is certainly the best jx t niHcbuntry - and - -The State Auditor has prepared for pruuuuw Wv TMAJtmST T a hio AliVliiW combination of remedies for cornsneural Tirra tomTtotM GfEEEN EEBALD the use o the Legislature estimates of fr exeat interest in the girpains in the back and side etccver TTo v COPYRIGHT 1SS5 mMk Ytsr Akrtrt In ACtanct and devotes a large produced public printing may be ex what the QUICK ACCURATE INDISPENSABLE - the u J T F Day Hazel Green jj pected to cost during the next two years share otw D D La dsaw Stillwater UjM BI II llin t tie Eud Gre Potoeeu Nowhere Order it and use no other unanimously k there any suggestion tnai Cassidy ibU natter Tvfnn t mv Roblnsox Campton endorsed bv all book keepers and business j men and takes like wild fire the party who ib willing to do the ofeends in Kentucky to come and par The greatest laoor savmg book in use Does away wutlt least moncv will get to do lt I take of our hospitality as I have of fnr SPENCER COOPER Editor fcgUda journalizing saves buying bill heads and Respectfully If the Auditor were about to would theirs bove aU saves the entire labor and expense Cam in stock the LARGEST AD BEST ASSORTMENT OF GENERAL XERCKA2I Jesse sVaxgo in our lte K Vinucn it is Drttbabletaafc of drawing off accounts posting the ledger DISE IN EASTERN KENTUCKY Having the experience of manyyears Retail that we HAZEL CKEEN KY material in asserting to the trade both Wholesale and business we feel justified draws off the accounts Breens Liniment removes knots and cast about iiira for the cbepe Owing to the great demand parties de Â¬ do can and will meet the wants of our patrons and make it to your iaterest to patrde WEDNESDAY DEC 23 1SS5 and labor that couW f the requir all enlargements on horses or other stock siring the book should place their order 30 us We have an immense stock of everything yon want or need Laclading So would any other man wise Xo cure no pav Sold bv to 60 days before using it so their names J nnalitr J T F Day Hazel Green But the State gives n hi iujjcui uu r auu page inbuisna Democratic Ticket 1S5 D D Landsaw Stillwater C L SEARCY printing contract to a man Etattiea PirsiKoHdaria ABgatt Cassidy Roeiksos Campton ita exl Sole Proprietor Waco Kv ben- SPEXCER Coopep agent Ftr Circuit Judge 13th District whose success in getting the work It Is a medicinal preparation and at gan Breathitt aud Menifee for Wolfe Mor A Voice from Dakota JOILK E COOPER counties Call ia name of the members of the Legie- the sane lime an elegant and cleanly toilet at The Herald ofiice and see the book Tor CoamonweaUbs Attorney politically and the matter of the Towles D T Dec 8 1SS5 Jature article Its action upon the scalp is health Â¬ you would save yourslf time and trouble if Cok L M DAX Leaf Tobacco Live Stock and all kinds Country Produce ful It nourishes the glands which support cost Beems of small concern The State Editor of The Hazel Green Herald taken in exchange for Good or in settlement of Notes aad Accounts the hair and causes thin dry hair to be- Â¬ THE JOHN SHILUTO COMPANY Since I wrote you up to December 3d printing ought to be given to the lowest Owiy Jiigc G B SWgg J S i our trade is respectfully solicited we had as nice weather as I ever saw come thick soft and vigorous It restores Ceuttr Attaraey J y jtoGG bidder warm and dry Plowing and threshing the color of youth to locks which have Wholesale and Betail Dealers in went on niceiv In the two last weeks become laded with aire or disease and Cinwit Ceart CI- A married lady of Louisville has of Xovember there were four threshing relieves and enrp ItrMnnCEUEY hmuc written a letter tothe Clerk of the Coun- Â¬ machines within sight and hearing at j humors of the scalp Dr George Grav -y nrpvs ttiitt cil praying that he have that body pass work two steam and two horse powers Nashua X H writes FXELBEN COS It gives mo Scfaool SapL JOHX M EOSE an ordinance prohibiting married men One of the steam threshers was run with pleasure to testify to the wonderful effects coal the other was run with hay and produced by nails Vegetable Sicilian Hair from remaining absent from their homes straw It is now a settled fact that the Benewcr as observed by me in very many 9 oclock at night The Courier staw burner is a success and will certain- Â¬ Breathitt Annosncements after 3fF ne are authorized to announce B 31 Journal thinks that with a few excep-Â¬ ly be one of the most valuable machines cases It will certainly restore THE UAIR TO ITS ORIGDfAL COLOR It COMBS a candidate for the office of Sarvey r ef Breathitt county subject to tbe action tions as to morning newspaper men used in the country to the farmer 3rd had windy cool cleanses the head of dandruff and leave of tie Democratic party there can be no doubt as to the eminent Since thewith we have little snow The the hair soft glossy and beautiful F T Race Seventh George Streets fe sjsr- - crrsas IJiohtJiSTl Crons Aat weather just a BroncMtia JTsnralcia 3arsBtlMBsIecixr sffEtery Cstraala JrTrrttnf7sr evV UnHMJMent V Hoarseness Trflnftnsa Hacking- Cough propriety of this wholesome measure price of grain is a little lower than it Sandhein 1010 Spruce st Philadelphia The Mean tains Defended O Uiaxrhcoa Kidney Troubles asd SoinalDiieosaa Tamnlet free Ire X S ichsscs 6t Os Bosses Jtsoev After unavailingly trying It would be a hard law to carry out in was last month The people here build Pa writesof preparations MAKE OurLoaisviile contemporary is appa this section to prevent my warm houses and prepare home for their a number 9 3T3W SICK hair from falling out and realizing that I we expect pretty cold weather solicitous concerning what rtntIyrTery stock as bald I as We have no rain BLOOD it pleased to term lawlessness in the Hon Z P Smith of this State and vember till April from October or No- Â¬ was fast becomingRencwer triedhave a last r orThese Dills were a wonderftil discovers 3To othsn lEce then Is ike world Will coeitlTSij so we have no mud in resort Halls Hair used I TBI COURIER JOUEIIL iwt mountains of Kentucky To condemn formerly Superintendent of Public In- Â¬ relieve all manner of disease The information around eeoh box Is worta ten tisas tfeei eaes oc sezee winter and but little in the spring Stock only four bottles of the Renewer and am yoa will always be taaakfl Oai pui a dot uieasrasea paaayaie puis Pmd oat about tnesa sad jji oboax or Seesesu fre SoldcenrwhereorsentbTinmUfora6atnstaT3s lawlessness is commendable but to vir-Â¬ struction in this State and Ur18 JOHXB02T A CO 9 one of the wiutera well here and this is believed to perfectly satisfied hat It is the beat prepa-Â¬ LIVING IDEAS AND UVE ISSUES Bherldaas Condition tually call the people living in the porÂ¬ best the Commonwealth ever had con- Â¬ ration In the market for checking the zaso Keeelxy 2 owder Is absolutely has be a good stock country It is now aEVT OF li-Dure and hizhlr con It sidered a wheat county but we think falling out of hair invigorating the hair ounce efeelers asd tion of the State northeast and east of been indorsed by Representatives from 12 oentrateo One Xsmopellaa OligrcbUaa suad tlMJ is worth a do diseases ofhes any other kind It is wcrttt lis weisfci the bluegrass belt a section embracing States for appointment as Commissioner it will be a corn country when a little roots and promoting a new growth Spirit epUrmal Strife strictly a medicine to rpld IxrBSrte4 older that is all that south of the 4Gth oe snvea witn roca sk hy sail ft eev SO or more counties aome heathens and of Education This fine indorsement Parallel that being the line on which we Tba Cettriar Jocraal H rxsr WArrraaox Xd Sold everywhere or sent by sail for SS eests in iKvwrit 2 1 4 - tr iht t ess 91 trauLl SUs caaa by express prepaid flar 3500 CO X A JOit2Oit U th acknowledged ReprttMta six DS barbarians is a malicious slander or was presented to the President on Thurs- want to divide and will ask admission to Utt Newspaper ot tho South w Democratic la Statehood this winter of the south part politics and first last and all tbs time it for a comes of ignorance upon the part of the day last by Congressman A S Willis rattectioA ef the War Taxes as levied oa taa TOR THE of the territory Wishing The Herald writer that is pitiful if not criminal people by tt tariff now ia force success I remain yours Caleb May For some years it has been it seems the In an explosion in the pork The Weikly CcBrler Joarul packing Young MenKead This mission of some of the Louisville daily establishment of k tha bat woeklv nwtpper pabUshad in text - DKAL22 IX Hart Hensley at The Voltaic Belt Company of Mar- Â¬ commends itself to all who have occasion Ualtd States aud for the quantity asd quality Â¬ papers to magnify any murder commit- Xashville Tenn on the 17th of matter that appears in each Issuo of it it it inst two shall Mich offer to send their celebrated to use a dye for the beard or mustache th Cuzxrsar Its tsle jnohlo news facilities ted in one of the mountain counties men were burned to death ootdau an j other paper and it has the service in boiling Electro Voltaic Belt and other electric It will change gray faded or sandy of the ablest writers and correspondents in the into a bloody faction or family feud lard and portions of the estflblislimpnf appliances on trial for thirty days to whiskers to a beautiful brown or black oountry It present the news of th week from very section of the World i t gi i to its readers men young orold afilicted with nervous as desired and their readers are treated to a most blown 50 feet People living The colors produced are HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY a mile dis- debility and all kindred troubles Also throcghout tho year a groater number of Serial natural aud lasting It cauuot be washed sensational account of an affair but for tant thought it an and Short Stories by prominent and popular earthquake so terrific for rheumatism neuralgia paralysis and off contains no destructive ingredients KEErS COKSTAinXT OK HASD A FTXI AS30KTEEXT OF writers than any of the high priced maguinsa its location would only have been given was the explosion It is in every respect a Merftf PoUUCAi and Fatal many other diseases Complete restora- Â¬ Is cheap safe convenient to use and Paper Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing as an ordinary bit of news Only a few tion to health and vigor guaranteed Xo effectual The Weekly Courier JournAlhaaby days ago a cold blooded murder was com- Â¬ Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinwaref The steamer City of Mexico was cap-Â¬ risk is incurred as thirty days trial is al- Â¬ r the Xiaxssst Circulation of any Dem PREPARED BY oorauoJSewapapar in America on the public highway near La Â¬ tured at Brooklyn X Ya few days since lowed Write then at once for illus mitted Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ B P HALL CO Kashaa N H TT S A It ia acknowledged by press and people grange in Oldham county which adjoins She was heavily loaded with arms and trated pamphlet free throughout the United Mate to be a great Sold by all dealers In medicines ies Stoves and Farming Implements paper groat in size great in enterprise great Jefferson the county in whicb Louisville the customs officers think she was to sail in ability gretit in its eorrectnoe of informaIn fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOX PMCES tion great ia variety graat in ovary sense is situated and to save the life of the for Cuba where arrangements had been w SHIVELY of tbe word It is the paper that retrgbodg should Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt dne me all kinds of have To bo without it is a great opportunity murderer from the vengeance of an anÂ¬ made to receive the arms and take that Postoffice Campbell8ville Ky Country Produce and Live Stock of every description lost Those who once take it are not willing lo be without it in thsir homes gry mob he had to be spirited away un- island THE HAZEL GREEK HERALD der cover of eight to Louisville for FREE PREMIUMS with A list of handsome and uxeful premiums ot AND safety A number of petty thieves have been great variety aro oflcrttd tne to yearly subscrib ers On receipt of a rcquost for tbcm we ttai This affair was simply given to the arrested in Louisville and the Chief of sTS of charge a sample copy of Weekly Conrior Go Burgunder Successor to Caskey Pieratt Jourual and our Premium Supplement giving public as a news item Had it occurred Police is confident that he has broken up oar full list of premiums to any o4drtes in time Kidney diseases may be prevented in any of the mountain counties our the strongest gang of thieves existing ILLUSTRATED HAZEL GBEEN KY STJBtfCBTPTIOK TEItXS MONTHLY WeeVly ono year inelnding a free pre by purifying renewing and invigorating Louisville contemporaries would with since the famous Poindexter party was asro DEALEE IX the blood with Ayer3 Sarsapurilb Tffcen Weekly to clubs of ate and ovur wilhou flaming head lines have told their read- Â¬ run in MAGAZINE17 and 19 Hopkins Place premium each through debility the action of the kidaeya 110 ers of the terrible war between moun- Â¬ For every dub of fivo names sent us at one time Staple and Fancy Groceries is perverted these organs rob the blood of With Twelve Cut Ptper Pattriu of your own to sender of clubwIM ba sent as a present any BALTIMORE MD Those wishing to address our congresstain factions election ana of my sizo its needed constituent albumen whick is one of our free premiums selected by hlra Daily except Sunday one year of every kind and description also 41000 passed off in the urine while wore oet The ordinary killings in Louisville man Hon W P Taulbve should direct Both Publications One Year THE Daily except Sunday six months 600 FOB matter which they should carry off from DaUv except Sunday one month which frequently occur if committed in letters to him at 1108 Twenty second 100 A FULL LINE OF SADDLERY HAR Sunday one Lnaisvilis Semi Weekly Post 200 the blood is allowed to remain By tbe NESS ETC ETC any of the mountain counties would be street X W The Congressional Record Sunday six month TWO SIXTY 100 use of AVers Sarsaparilla the kidneys No traveling agents aro employed by the PROSPECTUS heralded by the Louisville papers as gives this as his address Courier Journal bat a guod local ageot is wanted B are restored to proper action and Alba TTIOR CASH we will sell GOODS During the past few months the demand for it la every commnnity to whom a liberal mountain lawlessness Yet it is an X CPEAPEH THAN ANY MAN minuria or 2 for The Post has greatly increased in the caeh commission is allowed If tho Courier A Jacksonville Fla fire on Dec 17 undeniable fact that there are more acts country its popularity being particularily Journal has ho local agunt in your neighbor hood send to us for our Agents Convassing Thanking our many customers for past marked in the interior of Kentuctuy Tenof violence committed in Louisville and resulted in an aggregate loss to that city Outfit which we send free of charge AU sub nessee and Indiana Some difficulty has favors we hope to merit a continuance of of all the Magazines 450000 scription orders roquests for outfits sample with an insurance of Of Jefferson county which compose a judi Â¬ been presented however because it could the same Kespectfullv copies ot should be addressed to CONTAINING 8orior Pocmt and othr Library not reach remote sections as soon after pub 350000 CASfcEY PIERATT cial district than in either of the three attractions oombimng Arlittio Scientific and i3 prevented W N HALDEMAN AyerT Sarsaparillx ako lication as was desired owing to the exist Household matters Ftetkdeal CosdarJasmal Ce judicial districts composed of mountain prevents inflammation of the kidneys and ing regulating that control the movement Illvstrattd xHth Original Steel Engrav Â¬ of trains while in LOUISVILLE KT Look Here BUGGY ings Photogravures Oil Pictures and other sections it has enother disorders of these organs Mrs Ja3 counties and that the law is more rigid Â¬ have carried slow Read this please We customers until we are joyed advantages over the morning papers fine Woodcut tnaklng it the iXodel TV Weld Forest Hill St Jamtlca PLiFb ly enforced in either of the mountain loaded down and it is impossible to con- Â¬ Jjtagaain of America in this respect and we have been enabled MT STERLING KY ilass writes have had a coKipEcx I ST Each Magazine contains a COUPON to furnish a r ortion of our subscribers with districts except perhaps in the coun- Â¬ tinue to credit those whose notes and ac- Â¬ ORDER entitling tion of diseases but my greatest trouble counts are past due We must have pay ANY PATTERK the holdor to the selection of the latest news from 12 to 15 hours in ad ties of Knott and Letcher in Judge illustrated in that number rance of our cotemporarics has been with my kidneys Four bottles In order to from you and will take live stock at its and In ANY SIZE Finleys districr than it is in Louis- Â¬ value on notes DEMORESTS MONTHLY is Justly entitled meet the difficulty sugested we have deterof Ayers Sarsaparilla made me feel Hke and Do tho Worlds Model Masresino a new person as well and strong as ville the great metropolis of the State call for credit even accounts good not Form the Largest in CirculationThe Largest In mined to issue a Sfmi Wekly edition if you are and the best which will contain carefully selected news if TWO Dollar Family Keep on hand BUCKBOARDS and ever TV 21 McDonald 45 Summer St 18S6 Trill DEALERS IN Maazlno In this judicial district where fewer you arc owing us and havo not settled be tho Twenty second year of issued matter full and accurate reports of the D-HAND BUGGIES and Repair and it publication Boston 3rassbad been troubled foryears murders have been committed in the We mean what we sav J T F Day It la continually imoroTed and eo extensirely markets and other features whjTJh can not Paint all kinds of work as to place it In the front rank of Family fail to render it attractive and almost indis with Kidney Complaint- - By the uae of last five years than in Louisville four Periodicals and equal to any magazine It pensable to the farmers merchants and to Ayers Sarsaparilla he not only Illinois Information contains 72 pasrea largre quarto 8J xllH Inches the general reader of the interior We are T I men have suffered the death penalty by elegantly printed and fully illustrated Pub Â¬ Swaxgo Ills Dec 13 Jenning s Demorest New York enabled too to furnish this interesting edi lished by W law while in every case in Louisville tion to hubacribers in any part of the counAND BV SPECIAL AGREEMENT COMBINED Vyill receive If r Shores special attention Editor of The Hazel Green Herald justice and the hangman have been rob- Â¬ try for only the disease from assuming a fatal forait WITH THE CONROY SHORE Give us a call Sib On the 24th of Septem- Â¬ Deae but was restored to perfect health John bed of their own ber last I left home for a trip to Ken- Hazel Green Herald at 260 Per Year per annum The SI 25 fof the Semi cheapness McLellan cor Bridge and Third sts No where in the State is justice tucky to visit W Wbesxy Tost should cause no one to defi8 the home of my bovhood Lowell Mass writes For several years tract from ita aerits The day for high more certain and swiftly meted out to after an absence of 15 years When I priced newspapers hss passed We have HAZEL GREEN KY I suffered from Dyspepsia and Kidney evil doers than it is in the 13th and 16th arrived at Mt Sterling I met my friend O Stands at the head of Low f28Hmto found that the cheaper tbe more readers it Complaint the latter being so severe at Prices with ev has and the more its columns are sought by Judicial Districts each composed of J G Trimble with whom I remained times that I could scarcely attend to my ervthing you want in and passed some pleasant hours advertisers 6 H DEAN KITE mountain counties yet our contemporary of the past From Mt Sterling talking work My appetite was poor aad was POLLARD Terms in variably in advance went I says the existence of a fearless and hon- to Hazel Green Many changes had oc DRY GOODS MOTIONS much emaciated but by usicgr THE EVENING POST CO The Best Newspaper in America LOCISYILLK KT Importers and Jobbers est Judge is an absurity in the present cured since I was last there Some old Boots Shoes Jlats Clothing friends had passed away and new faces and by far the Most Readable state of social progress in the mountains GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGS IN filled the Agents wanted everywhere to earn This is a bold assertion and we might tality their places but has same bospi c FLOUR BACON remained that ever been say charge to be preferred by the Times characteristic of Kentnckians When a money in distributing the Suns Pre- Â¬ Qroat Prostdsat of lbs The monev is what I want and I will give I against such men as Judges Jno M arrived at the Pieratt House the 26th I miums MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH was met LOUISVILLE C0URIER J0URKAL CO than any other house in town - Pise Geo The most interesting and advanta- Â¬ X Brown and John E Coop- greeted by my sister Mrs Johnson nnd Country produce taken in exchange for my appetite and digestion improved by my nephew G B Swango geous offers ever made by any News- Â¬ er and if true it is strange how the edÂ¬ andother kindred friends and Tells Whet Ha Known of goods F McGUIRE On the fol- Â¬ my healta has been perfectly restored itor of the Timet situated so far away lowing Sunday morning I visited my paper Sold by all Druggists N W cor Pearl and Walnut could learn what the shrewdest people in brother Samuel Swango at the old home- Â¬ vNo Subscriber ignored or neglected Price 1 Six bottles 3 the district over whose courts these stead where I was born and lived until Something for all 21 years of age I attended church that Prepared by Dr J C Aver Co LowelL judges preside have failed to find out O Beautiful andSubatantial Premiums is day at Stillwater aud met many of the Mass US A school mates and friends I left there 33 Standard Gold and other WstchesYaluabla HAZEL GREEN KY Booka the Beat Family Sewing Machine The Court of Appeals has decided years ago -Horse Shoeing a Specialty Buggies known to tho trade and anuneqnled list Ornca or tkx Couiusa JoeaxAL Lopistaxx that Mrs Lucas cannot hold the ofiice of But time that sheds its blight on all wagons and all kinds of Farm Tools mada Dr Vuttcrtmiik of objects of real utility and instruction And daily dooms some one WITH and repaired in the best manner Jailor of Daviess county this State It Had visited them with centle to death Sir I wiire a nil I Ijats olnerred for hand of Mtir years the value youryour reciedy prompt will be remembered that her husband Rstes by Mil Postpaid Though some were laid beneath the earth B F McCoemick J M Cox A Fins Saw requeft what I know ar e to say ia reply to Grist Mill I DAILY per Year without Sunday I returned to Hazel Green and on to 6 00 l your ChiD Cure The private assurances of its was tilled by a mob and that she was DAILY per Month Unity and visited 50 acacy 1 bad and the W results of i effects f subsequently elected to the office made ews from there to my brother and nanh- - SUNDAY per Yearwithout Sunday I OO bad observed on Mr R E10 Meredith who for more Maytown and Ezel beca office IMPORTERS AKD JOBBERS OV than fifteen vacant by the death of her husband and visited with the Pieratts and other FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR 7 00 educed xae years has in any foreman of rayresults faatily The to test it The first case vaa aavc been entirely satisfactory I 00 WEEKLY per Year She applied to the Daviess County Court old friends I next went to Campton of two years stand mt ia which I believe every Dry Iddreas THE SUK 5ew lork CUt the county seat of Wolfe county County of whicb the appellant Atchison known remedy had beea triedwith temporary reÂ¬ lief the chills returning periodically and seemingly court was in session and I was proud inManufacturers of and Dealers in the presiding Judge and offered to qual Â¬ deed Year cure broke them at with increased severity to find one of my nephews G B S S COMBS J N VAlGHX once and there has been no recurrence of them for Third Race akd ify and give bond as Jailor The Judge Swango filling the honorable position Rough and Dressed Lumber Doors more than six months The other case was of a of 48 Inch Saw and Hew Billing Ukiox Streets milder form and yielded more readily to other COMBS refused to permit her to qualify A writ County Judge While there 1 visited S remedies but the chills would return at intervals DEALERS IN SASH BLLNDS of mandamus from the Circuit Court S Combs C M Hanks and enjoved uxtO your medicine was used since which time CINCINNATI O PORTABLE BOILER AND ENGINE nowsevcral mouths tiey have entirely disappeared the society of other old friends I visit-Â¬ was asked for to compel the County OX SKLDS 15 HORSE POWER From the opportunity I have bad to Judge fdo sot ed my friend hesitate to express my belief that your Chill Cure HATS CAPS Court to allow her to qualify The Cir-Â¬ and went fromJohn Rose on Stillwater Â¬ AND LIVE STOCK OF ALL KINDS GLOVES And all xixds of BrnLDRfo Material 24 inch French burr corn rocks madeby ia a valuable specific and performs all you promise there to the popular sumVery respectfully for k MT STERLING KY Bradford 3Iill Co recentlv overhauled cuit Conrt denied the writ and Mrs Lu- Â¬ mer resort the Swango Springs which Cor Main and Marion Streets W N HALDEMAN S and now in nrst clasa condition Co are beautifully located a short distance cas appealed to the Court of Appeals CAMPTON KY Apply to or address F M LONG Yaluable Farm for Sals with the above result Judge Pryor de-Â¬ from Hazel Green The springs contain Highest Honor The Old Eclinble a large per cent of iron and are the wa- Â¬ Upper Grassy iionran countv Tram livering the opinion of the Court I offer for sale the farm known a th Or this office WorUPs Exposition ter of life to afilicted humanity A The above well Hoiderby place ram known hotel nroDertv jT L large hotel was being erected for the ac- Â¬ Hazel Green containing 14 larre rnoma- The funeral of Gen Robert Toombs commodation of numerous visitors who large garden commodious stable Now en Containing Acres CREENWADE HOUSE Corner Pearl and Vine Cincinnati would lying took place on Thursday last at Washing go there for the benefit of their health joys a fine patronage and can be managed miles below Hazell WARDED TO here express their thanks for past favors to jtreen nn the stti A tu r i i PRENCHBURG KY At Hazel Green I enjoyed the hospi- Â¬ to do the best business of anv hotel in EastLW k WRSMITH of the tonj GsLj without any attempt at display of the Pieratt House was enter- Â¬ ern Kentucky Will be rented fiom April tality COMMERCIAL COLLEGE all their old enstomers and still ask a con- A Dr Geo Tr IMoore Proprietor but in the midst of a generous outpour Â¬ tained by Hon D S Godsev Hon W 1 18S6 for one year Applv to or address Cood 2 Story Frame Dwelling Kentucky University Lexington Ky tinuance of their trade Mrs LOU DAY ing of those who had known and loved O Mize friend Press Trimble and oth- Â¬ Or this office Bto4nts oan booia any week dar dnnag tbe rear We always keep a good stock and Uncle containing 5 rooms besides kitchen and din 2The table is supplied with the best Haiel Green Ky No Vftcatlo Time to crapi th KbU Diploma Biuwm ers I was pleased to note manv improv Coarw ont 19 vmx Average total oost lmlnJlax To the dead man when he moved among Jira Fant with his good looks will at all ing room There is a good well of fine wa- - the market and the charges are reasonable oao 8t at Boot sad Bard In tuollj 190 Telatraphr u uo springs wnicn vield an abun Â¬ Pnouoffrapajr 4 Trpe Writtcs pcJiltM them Xo more touching testimonials ments in the place The county has an Lltarar times be ready to wait upon you KENDALL HOUSE dance of pure stock water an orchard of interesting newspaper The Hazel Coarse free Idioa receirwl urw 6O00 Scoocasfal Oraduatea Over MO pupu lut jm tnat li lo i jan ot C 0o bearing apple trees of assorted were paid to his memory than those of Gkees Herald FKLTZ which is a weekly Corner Maix and Prestonsburg Sts ft from 71 rutM IbHnxtfos U rnciUtUr 3d ldiHdullr and summer truit young and thriftv winter tapvtad br 10 taMben SmcIU covm far Teachers 4 Bui good the aged colored men who iad once been visitor in my Illinois home three gm ties Unlvaralty Diploma jmwnud to tu gndssiM WEST LIBERTY KY barn and out buildings cstr U Ttai of LODGING HOUSE bis slaves and who knew that he had ever churches and the citizens may well be Mrs E C Kendall - Proprietress il a UaaUtml rallmd el far lu UMhkAUaeM tutO seaecr mad The Trustees of this institution have bottom land in good state about 100 acres 60 adiBf Tfc Text Book wUoc netirti t again secured the sen ices of Prof N B acres of which is now in of cultivation Mrt award at taa been their friend The funeral sermon proud of their school under the man- Â¬ corn 60 acres of N E Corner 5th and Jefierson aad uwfcMuir srnaai mt EailnaM Ednaanac agement of Prof Hays a scholar and The table is supplied with the best the Worlds Sxpoaitioa for ita XitntlnIS Fraud OOlr at Ce HAYS and the third term will commence improved table land and the remaining 263 uaed thlsi -by the Rev Mr LaPrade was not wholly gentleman worthy of LOUISVILLE KYl OOlIeffa AUGUST acres i rnaractaea the position he market affords Experienced hand in charge ami tad drcnHra ssoeaat la ktfw i l tifgTuat lantmai months 31st 1S35 and continue ten 10 ed timbered of which 163 acres is cover- Entrance oa 5th up stairs Vna rtar trad of stable Charges reasonable xea JTor aad fan parclenlartaddrwt it Pnajdentwith very finest oak free of grounds for criticism but its de- Â¬ occupies After spending a few weeks WXLBT7S a saHTS Xjcxlnftas Xy Hazel Green is the most desirable loca- rich and productive and and poplar soil underlaid with TVinTEMAy Night Ckrfc fects were forgotten or overlooked when pleasantly with my old friends I start- Â¬ tion in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky T Fine Bituminous Coal ed for home and had the agreeable comFRAKSlLTlSr and noted for the advantages it has in Bishop Beckwith appropriately spoke of pany of John M Rose M Pieratt and churches temperance societv one eT4500 Kcaah and remainder in the dead He was one of the few men W O Mize HAZEL GREEN KY two years Possession and health as far as Cincinnati once on reasonable terms Personsgiven at This school presents advantages which to who belda prominent position in desirinir My nephew Chapman Swango accom- Â¬ the are not equalled in the State in many par- W purchase can call on H C Herndon o late rebellion that never asked or would panied me home I arrived home Octo- Â¬ O Mize at Hazel Green or DPOXJJXJUY ticulars and its future is rlttnrl tn i HAYTOWX KY Makesand repairs all signed at Stanton Powell county the under allow hi friends to seek a removal if his ber 21st well pleased with my visit Tools Buggies and Wagonskinds of Farming 18 Vine Street Cincinnati Ohio good to our country which will be felt Kv HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY lfar27t13S5 found my family well My nephew I AV MAPEL ALLISON A SMITH ienn reasoname for both tuition and Horee Snoeing will receive especial atten bilities Chap appears pleased with the soil tion Tha type on which this papr ia printed la from Will repair Farming TocIj Buegies ord For terms c apply to UY your paper envelopes ink tha above foundry Edito Hkbaxd rxof N B HAYS Principal pencils at fcafaafaction gnartmtedia all cages HiI2 r -- Searcys Ledger elitM T 1 I7 cauofHn lmo jagg M I - JT F DAY -- w- w nr 1 u DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GEEEtf KY 1W HALLSKii Â¬ DRY GOODS MOTIONS CLOTHING Boots Shoes Hats Caps Drugs Groceries Queensware Hardware Saddlery Cutlery i - - Jur Tf DRY GOODS JOHNSOraODYNE LINIMENT 4 CARPETING Cincinnati - PARSONS C PiLLS 3t - -- - va XJC MAKE HENS LAYi U- Â¬ Buckinghams Dye WHISKERS Uor-la-Cni- af B SWAN CO GENERAL MERCHANDISE Â¬ For Hard Times c DEMOREST Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ante W T CASKEY Be Warned - Â¬ 260 yr Â¬ flEMORESTS f w TUB BES I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Brighfs Disease Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEW WOSKS Â¬ LYTLE CO Conroy Shore SECON- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DuuLb diili olllluu SIGN PARTING Prevented Â¬ Â¬ 96 Pearl St wwmmm zsxm CINCINNATI F McGXJIRE I Â¬ W N SALESMAN Â¬ Queensware Glassware Sarsaparilla AYESSi r- - c WINTEEaMITHS FRANK TYLER CHILL CURE Cincinnati BLACKSMITH J P ROGEES FORJJALE jnd Louis Stix -- Co Model Planing Mill J Blandy Boiler Engine Goods and Notions Mccormick cox Â¬ and Saw Works AT A BARGAIN VAUGHN General Merchandise I W Dickinson For RentDay House HAT HOUSE It Â¬ 423 Â¬ DOCAM Â¬ ft M - Hazel Green Academy P 84 -- Â¬ - Â¬ J Â¬ PIERATT BLACKSMITH E Sunday-- schools Â¬ BLACKSMITH E J BOGERS Â¬ J ThaiboS 3rS g fM j- 39 --- - --- -- ffj r - ePS wp cinity of Rousseau and will return Sunday Breens Liniment is pronounced by all who nave used it to be the greatest rem Â¬ E h Mrs M D Caskey is very low with con- - edy rheumatism sprains cuta bruises and M arj J Murphy wai born in Morgan Eumpuom for ixoi expecieu 10 live etc Sold by county Kentucky in the month of Febru Â¬ TJME TAILF jr J T F Day Hazel Green ary and died at his father residence Mi Smtk Atlantic Railway D D Lauds Aw Stillwater MORGAN COUNTY Staaiard Uc22 aianies slower tiism Vr in the same county and State of pneumonia Cassjdy Campton Robesso fit 9 OVTniV T a - n rr ww r a rn V r lociSterlin in JITI W Mf -3 Geasst CbeBk Dec 18 Mr Jay I am 1 Steriue jet 7 a m arriving gered 19 day after he was first taken and FOR SEVEN YEARS not dead my cow has not gone dry and I mjsfortuac a relapse he never pout about anything The reason I 2 We Eothwell at 9 arrives at 7 bade n tnen Ht Sterliag at lhoO a m aieu en route we hope for a X S leaves Sterling at 140 pm ar-- better clime Before removing the corpse have not written for The Herald I have been confined to mv room and most of the f the writer time to my bed for 11 weeks with feytr I of th bereaved a por- - hope you with the rest of the readers of at ML Steiliag atS30 Xe 5 ceanects siMt Sterling with 1105 a hoa of the nrtb chapter of St Paula first Herald will excuse me for not isMi 157 p ra trains en C 0railwaT letter to the Thessaloniane beginning at the The as I have not been able I hope Iwnt j will ing iIel13thTec and concluding with the ISth be blessed with the privilege of writing ev-Â¬ 1105 p f of tlrae h made u Clns humed for train on C O from the East and 136 ery week henceforth I can truthfully say T train frem Louisville and Cincinnati no comment but offered a short prayer ask-- The Hkrald has been a great comfort to me atgoaery county court day special ing Him who had afflicted with one hand to during my sickness and am always anxious I U lnowiog tha H to read it sick or well j w1- - W followed L xi y sum Jticiurainir leaves lit isterlin We were pained to hear of the death of VbbbbSSbbBkS rSM e rcniaina to the Murphy graveyard where 1 p u arriving at Eothwell at 430 p m Murphy son of Bev Isaac Murphy Leaves Hothwell Mt Sterling at 5 p m j they were very neatlv interred as the prin Frank 17th inst He was GEO B HARPER SupL j cess of lhe ngnt hed her silverj ravs of which occurred on the manhood and the M verging into young S I meiiotp light upon the weeping crowd in just bloom of life It seems that death marks the city of the dead I flowers of When I was first informed that he could for its victims some of the fairest rest of the family some sevn The nofc rccovert i hastened to his bedside but earth or eight in numbr who have had fever we JTransient advertisements inserted the ee tim struggle for two long hours with learn are Improving last enemv He was SDeechless far nm t75 cents per inch first Insertion and 25 V 1 Ol r r 1T 11 u Mr W L Blake the aubjeet ox tie a bove eats aa lacheach snbseqnent insertion -- nnrt our T N J S wneeier t jjepui quchu Kan i tme iforf i Mold his nronertv at this place to Bichard sketch with the Evening Chronicle SL was being launched upon the last river his Louis Mo in answer to the inquiry of a re- Â¬ relatives began weeping over their loss Hamilton late of Johnson county Mr porter said For seven vears I had been LOCAL when like a dying warrior he summoned Wheeler has rented the widow Kilgores ailing with catarrh and during that time o have been treated by six eminent physicians property at this place and moved into it W T wago left Saturday last sith two by one tremendous effort his waning pow- Â¬ without success Some doctors told me I ers and turning his face in the direction of jLHogs are all fat on the mast and at this had consumption For the oast three years ierses for the ML Sterling courL the weeping shook it twice quickly which writing the people are having a general hog I had a continual discharge of mucous drop prings in the throat a cough and pain across The bell fer the Harel Green Acadamy manifestation of vitality astonished all who killing time my forehead Added to that was loss of which weighs 200 pounds was received last saw k plainly saying by this act Weep There bas been a number of cases of fever memory voice appetite roaring in the ears Tksirsdav not for me I will soon be better off and here this fall and winter and several of and ageneral feeling of wretchedness About five months ago I consulted Dr Turner To- Â¬ Senator W H Taulbee left for the seat of then glided gently away as though there was them fatal day I am as well as evcrhave gained twenty State government on Sunday last accompa- - not a ripple upon thc waters and the wind Wm Lacy passed thiough here yesterday pounds and dont detect a trace of my old was fair and as by his couch I stood I pic- Â¬ Jied by his two sons Wes and Miles with a nice lot of oxen for the Mt Sterling trouble Yes sir I would be pleased to answer by letter any person suffering from tured myself as standing at the utmost pos- Â¬ markeL Mr aad Mrs Dr P M Thomas had a so Â¬ sible limit cf these mundane shores a the that dread disease Louis Turner M D has offices at 819 Farmers are about done gathering corn cial gatlierlag of thc young folks of Hazel margin of the river at eternitys door For Washington av SL Louis Mo and has in Greea at their residence last Saturday night I was there when the immortal passed over which Is abundant in this neighborhood private and hospital practice of over thirtv years treated with wonderful success afl oi uf Tie Hazel Green Acadamv now has SO and it seemed that I could almost feel the V7UX uccna aic xiutu curable cases Treatment of deformities and to carry them to markeL chelais in attendance sad the management spray from the wings of some gold pinioned fog for water surgery a specialty Not necessary to confidently expect 100 by the 4th day of angel that had hastened across the waters J A C Murphy and his family who hav SEE PATIENTS By my original system of to greet the spirit that has flown How near been ill are improving consultation I can treat patients by mail as January at which time the second term be successfully as in personal consultation we are the spirit world God alone knows There has been four deaths in this place Patients can consult me by mail on all Dis Â¬ May He who shall be our Judge help us to since my last letter Merchants in Hazel Green are now receiv Â¬ eases of the Blood Stomach Liver Bowels ing their Christmas goods and our subscri Â¬ prepare for our exit family have the Heart Nerves Geueral Debility and all dis- Â¬ Three of S W Havens Â¬ eases peculiar to the sexes No exhorbitant bers should avail themselves of the oppor Â¬ The deceased was a member of the Meth fever Ov The Wig charges Consultation at office and bvinail odist Episcopal Church South As to how tunity to purchase toys Ac for their chil- Â¬ one dollar Send One dollar for a full con- Â¬ he died we have none of his utterances but BREATHITT COUNTY sultation by mail on receipt of which I will dren as a man of nobility was once asked as to thoroughly investigate your case Medicine f The seats for the Presbyterian Church are how a certain individual died h says Tell jACKsbx Dec 19 Miss Lillie F Walton furnished free to patients If you are sick Bow being built by David Morse of this me how he lived and then Ill tell you how he of Lewellyn Lee county is visiting friends or ailing write me No letters answered unless accompanied bv4 cts in stamps Ad- Â¬ place and will be quite ornamental and sub- - died So I inquired how he lived and was and relatives at this place this week She dress all letters to Dr Locis Turner 519 atantiaL told that he was very consistent in his life is a niece of Mrs J M Snowden She is a Washington Avenue SL Louis Mo Green lacy of Lacy Creek last week His neighbors said that he was a good boy charming young lady and gathers friends Jellied four hogs which averaged 275 pounds and if he possessed all that this word means wherever she goes and we hope she will aeL He has our thanks for a dainty dish he was ready for the summons The ques- Â¬ spend Christmas with us as quite a lively tion recurs to us are we ready The proph- Â¬ time is expected of melts Mil- Â¬ et says This year thou shalt die Quarterly Court is in session this week Gentlemen whoee beards are not of the lions who now populate the country of mar- Â¬ good many cases on hand and a with tint which they desire can remedy the de- Â¬ ble slabs heard this prophecy and realized great amany citizens are looking after the fect by using Buckinghams Dye for the its fulfillment and we who are now extant IS WARRANTED to cure Fever and interest of roads which this county stands Ague Whiskers Intermittent or Chill Fever ReÂ¬ may soon hear the sound of the footfall of particularly in need of mittent Fever Dumb Ague Bilious Fever Stephen sud David 3 James leave today death feel the keen edge of his scythe as Break bono J C Back returned home Tuesday Dengue or and all diseases Fever Liver arising from Complaint ibr Montgomery county to spend the holi- - he severs soul and body asunder and learn Malarial poisous days with their brother John James who what it is to die Hay this dispensation of school the past five months He will kind Providence be for the public good ing will smlle on their beantiful faces Harpers S C July 9 1SS4 Christmas in this vicinity and then And now may the God of al grace bind up spend For eighteen months suf Special attention is called to the advertire- - the broken hearted comfort the bereaved return to Richmond ered with Chills and Fever aeat of Sheriffs Sale for Taxes which and be our Portion in eternity Elliott Howard postmaster at Daisydell having Chills every other day appears in this issue of our paper The gave us a call Monday He returned re- Â¬ R Kendall J After trying various remedies cently from Hot Springs Ark where he laad offered is very valuable and should recommended to cure used a Caught at Lst had been sometime for his health command good prices bottle ofAyers Ague Cure and Licking Valley Scorcher Dr J M Waldeck of West Liberty has Died On Tuesday Dec 15 at her resi- Â¬ f- - dence on Grassy Creek Mrs James Samples John E Tipton who shot and killed Mont- Â¬ been visiting Mrs Wm Combs who has have never since had a chill JSDWIJf HARPJSR gomery Howard the Elliott county constable for the past week but is recovering Uncle Jimmie is now who was attempting to arrest him in this been ill f consumption PREPARED BY making his home at the residence of his county recently was arrested in Floyd fast Co Lowell Kasi Apperson Lovely Riley Row and James Br J C Ayer Jeff Rose on Stillwater county last Friday by Wm Osborne and Calhoun of Rousseau were in town Tues- Â¬ Id by all Druggists Hon D S Godsey will leave for Frank- - Kit Grear and delivered to our Jailor last day looking after the interest of roads c -MBnwasi of fort on Saturday next and unless his con Monday He waived an examination before Miss Mary White is attending the Jackson Judge Davis on Tuesday and was sent to high school She entered on Monday last stituents are badly fooled we will hear of xaore needed local legislation for this sec-Â¬ the Montgomery countyjail for safe keeping and will continue through the next session His version of the killing is that Howard tion than everbefore offered by a Represen Â¬ 1 Miss Lillie White is quite ill with fever whom he had never seen before rushed on tative from our districL treatment of Dr him with a drawn pistol and fired upon this week She is under John H Pieratt left Saturday for the ML him without informing him that he was an young folks of Jackson had quite a Sterling court taking with him the manifi officer or demanding surrender and he re- pleasant social on Thursday night lasL My black horses which he has turned the fire killing him cent pair of been handling for sometime for J T Day He is a Baptist preacher about 2S years girl and I were prescnL G W BudSewell made a business trip of this place which were putoa the market ot age and rather sprightly There is quite a number of crimes laid at his door for to Paris Ky this week returning home at that plae on Monday which he will have to answer in this and Thursday -- L Miss Maggie Amyx of our county who other courts We are sorry to say that Mrs W T has been teaching the public school at care of Dr W T Aarons Bun in Montgomery connty is on Complimentary to One of Oar Citizens Hogg is still under the Wilson a visit to her fathers family until after the A correspondent writing from Washing Â¬ C W Horton the fruit tree man left for holidays She closed her school on the 11th ton D C under date of the 11th insL has Hazol Green Tuesday insL nut will begin a jour months session the following in regard to one of the esteem- Â¬ at the same place on the second Monday in ed citizens of Breathitt county J S John- Â¬ Coleman Snowden is visiting friends hi January son an examiner in the War Department Lee county this week 3tev Barney Blanken6hip and his brother- - who has been confined to his room for over Dr John A Taulbee paid us a visit Mon- Â¬ Bret atnan nyier were engaged in 6ix weeks with malarial fever I am happy day tn iaw same log oa Thursday to say to his many friends in Eastern Ken Â¬ chopping upon the last when by a mislick Nathans axe slipped tucky to whom your paper goes is able to SHERIFFS SALE FOR TAXES and inflicted a severe flesh wound in the be out again and has been furloughed by arm of Blankenship He is now confined order of the Secretary of War for a period By virtue of Taxes due the Commonwealth to his bed but his attending physician docs of 15 days in order to a complete and speedy recovery Scott is a Christain gentleman of Kentucky for the year 1385 I or one of xjot think there will be any serious results and a young man to whom the future pre- Â¬ my deputies will IR8T-CLA56Wc learn ihat Miss Rosa Lee Kash will sents many grand possibilities moral hon- Â¬ begin a subscription school in the public esty and a truer man to his friends never On Monday the 5th day of Jan 1886 school building at this place on the first lived He will go to Fortress Monroe and between the hours of 9 oclock A M and 4 Monday in January with from 25 to 35 remain two weeks when he will return to oclock r m at the court house door in Wolfe county Ky expose to AcholaraJ Miss Rosa Lee has taught the his duties public school at the John Rose school house An Appeal to Santa CLaas in this county wo terms with much satis Dear Sata Claus Mamma says you to the highest bidder for cash in hand the faction to the patrons 2nd is altogether an will be aiound next week Please dont for-Â¬ following nropertor so much thereof as Accomplished and deserving young lady be necessarv to satisfv the get to bring me a corn popper and some ap Â¬ mayTaxes due aforesaid and costs amount of r to wit thc There was a congregational meeting held ples chestnuts and candy And dont for-Â¬ 7 300 Acres of Land listed in the name of at the Christian Church in this place last get a knife and if you think there is no Wm Leonard and adjoining the land of G Sunday or the purpose of taking the vote danger in fire crackers I would like to have F Byrd in District No 6 BOONEVILLE 2000 Acres of Land listed of the members as to who should preach some of them Mamma says that I am a Wm Leonardofand adjoiningin thc name E OWSLEY COUNTY - KENTUCKY the land of for them the comiag year The candidates good boy I help her when I dont go to S Sample in District No 6 vereRevs Harrie Little D G Combs and schooL Papa says there is no Santa Claus 3000 Acres of Land listed in the name of D H Fallen The vote was taken by bal- Â¬ but I know there is Please call Good by Wm Leonard and adjoining the land of Wm Vincil in District No 3 lot and being counted Rev D Howard Curtis Pieratt 100 Acres of Land listed in the name of A Fallen was fennd to be the coming manI Wm Leonard and adjoining the land of C One of the neatest and most interesting C Hanke in District No 3 This speaks volumes for the ministry of Mr 200 Acres of Land listed in the name of exchanges we receive is The Herald pub Â¬ Fallen for the last year as he is a much A SANDERS Principal Wm Leonard and adjoining the land of younger man than either of the others and lished at Hazel Green Wolfe county Ky Greenville Swango much younger in the Masters cause That by Spencer Cooper formerly of the Lexing- Â¬ 300 Acres of Land listed in the name of this manifest appreciation of his services ton Transcript The Herald is ably and Wm Leonard and adjoining thc land of N Miss Nannie Fjfhee graduate 1881 will encourage him to greater efforts there carefully edited neatly printed and re- Â¬ Fulksin District No 6listed in the name of 350 Acres of Laud 1883 Allie Sandeks can be no doubt and he may so endear flects credit upon both its publisher and Wm Leonard and adjoining the land of to Ills congregetion that in future its patrons Vauceburg Courier Samuel Swango in District No C himself i 1884 Birdie Sanders 1500 Acres of Land listed in the name of le will have no opposition Wanted 500 Horses and adjoining the land of Joel Chenault 9 Shod with steel shoes They will not Isaiah Spencer in District No 4 Calloway Cundiff of War Creek Breath Â¬ break will wear doubly as long as iron 25 Acres of Land listed iu the name of itt county and Miss Mollie J Wallace of Sold m Hazel Green by F McGuire The Sarah Taulbee and adjoining the land of J TEACHEES CAN ENTER AT ANY TIME Hazel Green were married at the residence trade supplied by Chiles Thompson Co F Spencer in District No G 26 Acres of Land listed in the name of on ML Sterling Kv of the brides father W J Wallace Arkillus Hollan and adjoining the land of Thursday evening lr st by Rev J T Pieratti Gregory Hall in District No 3 WOLFE COUNTY 26 Acres of Land listed in the name of A large number of friends and acquain- Â¬ T DAY John Hollan and adjoining the land ot J witnessed the ceremony and a large tances GlLLMORE DeclS Garkey what has Cockerham iu District snmber called to congratulate the happy become of Maj Otis Caldwell How is Dr M150 Acres of Land listedao 3the name of Marshal and Ceneral Detective in couple Among those from a distance were Peery getting aling I suppose he has for-Â¬ Josiah Anderson and adjoining the land of MAYTOWN KY Misses Sallie White and Baliner Cundiff gotten me J F Kelly in District No 4 Will attend to ferreting out criminals in Is R F Cecil and family well 15 same of Messrs Logan Linden Iillburn Graham how many children has he at home with him Geo Acres of Land listed in the the land any part of the country and guarantees sat- Â¬ Hanks heirs and adjoining isfaction in every case where employed nd StepheH Cundiff Mr and Mrs Norman now is his head much gray HowisThos of Charier Garrison in District No 3 and Dan Cundiff of Breathitt Mr and M Scott getting along Who is postmaster 2500 Acres of Land listed in the name of Orders by mail promptly attended to D S C M Potter and adjoining the land of Mrs R- - G Bjrd of Morgan Mrs Nancy at Cedar Bluff now SAVE YOUR MONEY AND BUY Thomas Turner in District No 3 g wango and daughter and Jeff Rose of this 2650 Acres of Land listed in the name of A protracted meeting will commence at Thomas YOUR GOODS CHEAP conntv After congratulations the citizens Turner and adjoining the land of this place this evening at 3 oclock and con- Â¬ Noah Long in District No 3 of the tews gave the bride and groom a tinue until Sunday conducted by Brother 300 Acres of Land listed in the name of C FROM serenade bringing into requisition all the Â¬ C Hanks for George Ashm iVs heirs deHalsey and others of the M P Church bells in town THE HekaU wishes the ceased and adjoining the land of W E -happy couple a long life and a prosperousjVai H Test and wife will go to Quicksand Buchanan in District No G DATSBOEOUGH KY Gv T CENTER S W C iouay 10 iajfcxciswjca uu iucuui iu w one po a H 1 M HAZEL GlEEN llriYMf laraVt JUwayt in Advance Heeald IaaCeHioryoI the Departed Mubpht Phaxslix Tion of Isaac C E WILLMOT - fritter - - 1 A 1 - - -- M B 1- a Cash Dry Goods Store AND RETAIL WHOLESALE xwiifrn xTiPiTifrQ - xfSfClQfaraQa a ltiaTebfPpS a--- lit Orders filled promptly and carefully We have a big drive in a Box toe Boot at 350 extra good Come and see me We are anxious to sell Our Goods and will make our prices right C The Water of Life for Afflicted Humanity ntox is Exsra of a raQe from the beautiful town of Hazel Green Tha water contains a larger per centage of iron than mt other Tratexlaaown hence it is the most valuable iu ie cure of disease used internally or externallr- Araong the maav diseases which flesh is heir tor and for which this wonderful water is known to he a positive and permanent cure are the following Thee springs are located three quarters JZX2EKif2i I1 Sdlu fr E WILLMOT - Reese Building MT STERLING KY y HANLYSterling J Mount Ky -- dealers in- - it- -- - EEWS Hardware Queeiisware Stoves Grates Plows c Solo Agents for the World Renowned -- TENNESSEE WAG0MS One ladj writes I ani so thanful to thev Great Giver of all Blessings that 1 tried Swango Springs Prcelv ao I give all the time aud money spent there for the health and strength I now enjoy A gentleman of Illinois says I think the water of Swango Springs did me more srood than all the nostrums 1 have ever triea I will certainlvbe with vou again next sprlcsr Kkfekexces It T Smith J G Trimble P L Keese Mt Sierliirg Kv F ILHinfcle Mrs F 31 Hinkls Wm Clarke Plum Iaefc Ky A large hotel is now heing built which will afford ample accommodation to visitors For further information in regard t board HAPJMSON SWANGO address Hazel Green Ky Or this office CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SKIN DISEASES SCROFULA CA Â¬ TARRH RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA NERÂ¬ VOUSNESS 0 We append a few of the husdreds of tes Â¬ timonials which have heea tendered a ts thc efficacy of thir water iH disease ic Â¬ -- respeetfullysolicited The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Roots Herbs and Barks Except Ginseng The Best and Cheapest Wagon on Wheels The Trade of Wolfe and adjoining counties is McCord W H GILLIS YTlTYl Aydelotte WHOLESALE HATTERS No 613 West Main Street J T BREEN SON LOUISVILLE KY B E BOBSBTS M1TU Importers 1 Wholesale Druggists Main Street Mt Sterling Ky Garter Bros 1 Co WHOLESALE Dry Goods and Notions John A Carter 729 731 and 733 James G Carter D A Forline IHATN STREET Jo- - C Bethel J O Carter Jr LODLSVILLE KY S J GKAU3IAJJ J AS A T1TJTTIB7VOETH 6RAUMAH Ague Cure I AVERS ADA m BAU m Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se- Â¬ lected Stock of SKliTTLEWQRTH jJ ijffr-- I Whicli lie sells Wholesale and Retail as Cheap as they can he bought in the State Give him a call and be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go J B ADAMS C W ADAMS 1 MB I Mm OBv y qtvd nun Oil Street Tamifacturers and Jobbers of 1 T on IfflOltd 605 W Mais- DO p GLOTHIHG LOUISVILLE KY TDOB NUNNELLY WITH son-in-la- w J W ADAMS DTJNLAP BEOS WHOLESALE SADDLERY CO J ADAMS BROTHERS Successors to JOHN G BAXTER WHOLESALE AND DETAIL MANUFACTUREPS CO J J OF 72S UiJJll W G Barrett B Dunlap L Dunlap and 730 W Main St ilasufacturers of Saddles Harness and deakrs ia Saddlery Hardware FXiT LOUISVILLE jKSYf c - ft1 xu -- THE STOVES GRATES MANTELS PiecedJPressed and Japanned Tinware Hollow ware and Tinners Stock Offloe 7 GEORGE DOLL wrrn- - 5 3Jo FIexncr ad Salearoom LOUISVILLE We 735 y Main Straot KENTUCKY Rosenberg FIsxner Successors to Rosenberg Natian handle nothing but Charcoal Tin and guarantee everything not to leak WHOLESALE f Main Street HN W JON CLwU DEALER IS BOOTS AND SHOES 712 axd 714 South SideMaik ucfc MT STERLING WdlGUoS Q KENTUCKY NO 10 MAIN STREET 5uuunJ - id MT SHTBnrara STERLING KY auactai LOUISVILLE V1TH jii r X CALL AND SEE BOONEYILLB CLOCKS FROM ONE One Day Clock strike Eight Day Clock and Album Eight Day Clock SOLID SILVER WATCHES Silver Plated Spoons Largest Stock of Clocks in 100 Eastern Kentucky Davis Hallory DOLLAR UP 2 iuintuj JH 00 3 75 3 75 9 00 SMOCK t3 Co Wholesale Dealers in DRY GOODS And Eancy Goods 715 and 717 West Main Steet Between 7th and 8th PUBLIC SALE paid to Repairing Call and see mv goods 1 00 NOTIONS J3Particular attention N H TRIMBLE Normal Acaftemy JOHN W JONES ROBT M TRIMBLE TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS IN LOUISVILLE KY JACOB HARRIS WITH Levi Newburger WHOLESALE CLOTHING Go 3 School for Teachers -- Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling ESTABLISHED IN 1845 OE MT STERLING KY Total Assets of Agency SI43 848780 80 1861 MANUFACTURERS 724 and 726 Main Street Between 7th and Stb LOUISVILLE KY-- ED R I B GREEN WITH WHITE Jf -- -- 1 The Leading Insurance Agency JJ 31000000 00 1885 Royal of Liverpool 1836 Liverpool and London and Globe of England 36S75000 00 Mercan- Â¬ 1809 North British 33301000 00 tile of England 1794 Ins Co of 2orth America London and Lancashire 1810 Hartford of Hartford 249 Springfield ol Springfield 1863 Boots and Shoes West Street White 615 Alain A Wholesale Dealers in GREEK HUFFAXER 7 V1 li Green Iluffaker J LOUISVILLE WITH KY n W jEL J CLARK i of Liverpool 9260000 00 4541240 00 2585633 00 Stovers Carson Hardware Co5 VJT A M NICKELL W Wain Firemens Fund of Cali- Â¬ 1473026 00 fornia LOUISVILLE KY 1154S89 00 971696 33 1S63 Northwestern National of Philadelphia 1874035 00 1710 Sun Fire Officeof London 5863000 00 1750 Niagara of New York TUCIC 411499 00 GEO E 5333916 46 1865 Boatmans Pittsburg 1782 Phcnix of London WTTH Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well knowa C BL00K GOLOSXm TACHAU corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental cmpanies being dear at any price The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies aa they iobfeers ef Clilfciaf would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds in trust Look to quality as the Manufacturers A HOFFMAN 642 and 644 Main St LOUISVILLE KY paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully Office At Traders and Deposit BanV 73 and 75 Woostcr St NEW YORK 637 Street y W J 2 - - TTaerjT QBEES BJEEAH -CS fcV 5- - uis C - Yt-- HOME AND FARM WEEDS AND MOISTURE A2 Important lent That Has Sfevei ReÂ¬ -- Mny horses have a habit of sleep ceived Doe Altrntlon lag standing it is not a good operand SPENCER COOPSE Proprietor In considering the ill effect- - of weeds horses should be broken of it if possi-Â¬ npon a cultivated crop the most com- Â¬ ble The rage for oddities in jewelry FAZEt GHEES - - KENTUCKY mon consideration is that the weeds rob such as a ncckpin representing a mod the soil of fertility and so starve the a harlequin LYNCH LAW While this is most true and is key climbing a ladder or a gold crop turning a somersault from pole Tkfc Xeaaclsff ssd Stealthy Manner In not to be neglected for a moment by has subsided WfeSck It is Executed the farmer yet there is another con Canada thistles may be killed by was starlight and slilL sideration winch is more important still mowing when in blossom and py cut Â¬ Tko nlgfct Looking down npon the street from the and which has we think never yet ting the feeljle shoots which start later N E Farmer fcoteiViiidow one could see no signs of been referred to in this regard We The American Bural World insists life It seemed as if the foot falls of a mean the consumption of water by the totrerins alonj could have been weedi and the starving of the crop by upon the pro tableness of raising more dor farmers to plainly heard All of a sudden as this loss of its needed moisture as well as mutton and advises kinds which pay are more attention to the silence send want of life seeinett most by the deprivation of food best adapted to this purpose oppressive a horse and rider camp- into The indispensable necessity of water Rye Pan Cakes One cup of sour for the growth of a crop is not nearly mutr one cup ot tiour one cup ot rye Tievr tbena second third fourth tenthflfteenth twoutietn Every horse so well thought of as the need for what meal four tablespoonful of molasses is the elements had a rthite sheet spread over him under is known as food that dry substauce of one egg and one small teaspoonful of which go to form the the saddle everyjider had a white mask the plants Now plants contain about saleratus drop from a spoon into hot lard and fry like doughnuts Tfie Ca- Â¬ over Ids face seventy five per cenfc of water and in terer Slowlv softly silent almost as this respect are much like animals wean necessity is death the strange procession came into which contain about the same propor-Â¬ colt Theresoon no the marestomilk de-a Â¬ as As view and passed bevond it Not a tion of water to dry matter The creases in quanlitv which it will do whisper floated up to tie window Not greater necessity for water for the con- Â¬ thd colt will itself It a hoof beat could have been heard duct of the vital functions and the sus-Â¬ gradually feed the mare wean and keep well is best to twenty feet away tenance of animal life was well shown long as possible Dp the road a long mile a tu n o by the extraordinary fast of forty two up the flow of milk as for the benefit of the colt Albany the left halt this distance and the pro days undergone by Dr Tanner a few cess n halted m a halr cirele in front years ago who lived solely upon water Journal A delicious prune pudding is made of a log house The eyes of a watch for that length of time Three days by stewing a pound of prunes till they dog miht have detected thera a tew abstinence from water would have been rods awav but his ears would have fatal to him This fact applied to plant are soft remove the stones add mi gar caugkc no soundn til they were close growth will give us quite a new view of to your taste and whites of three eggs beaten to a stiff froth Make a puff upon him When the crescent was com Â¬ the subject of weeds A great number of experiments paste for the bottom of pudding dfch plete ivo men dismounted and waked eggs and prunes to-Â¬ to the door and knocked After two or made at the agricultural observatory After beating theare till they thoroughly mixed three minutes it was opened a few inches at Montsouris Trance a few years gether spread them on the crust Bake for half and a voice inquired what was wanted ago showed that to produce ten pounds Next instant a half dressed man was of wheat gram tv2 pounds of wa- - an hour or until you are sure the crust pulled into the yard to be conf outed by ter were consumed by the plants and is done A7 T Herald Ham toast Chop very fine small such a ghostly crescent as he nver passed through their substance Dr bits of boiled ham with not much fat Â¬ He stared blankh and Lawes evperiments in the same didrearued of with open mouth He was like o e rection have proved that 2000 pounds To one pint chopped ham add two well stunned by a olow But this dd not of water are required by a wheat beaten eggs half teacup sweet cream last thirtv seconds Then he began to crop to enable it to assimilate one or milk a little pepper and if neces Â¬ beg and plead and grovel n the dust pound of mneral matter from the sary salt an eighth of a teaspoon of dry tbut the answer was soil For the consumption then of mustard Heat this mixture thorough Â¬ 100 pounds of any mineral fertilizer ly when hot spread over slices of Along with him Fort rods down road wa3 a tree or of this quantity of mineral matter toasted bread which have been dipped by the roadside and the procession cir-Â¬ of the soil 100 tons of water must be in hot salted water and well buttered Bosto Budget cled it and t e man was triced up He used up by the crop Wheat is less Light cake Two cups of sugar begged like a woman He whined like exacting in this respect than any other a dog You would not have believed crop for the larger the growth of leaf one half a cup of butter one cup of that any white man could be such a and stalk the greater proportionate- Â¬ rich mik three eggs three cups of Consider- Â¬ flour and tla oriugtb suit the tase craven As soon a he was tied a man ly is the need of water approached with a switch in his hand ing the comparatively vast proportions Beat the butter and sugar to a light but before he st uck a blow the leader of our magnificent corn plant it cream and the whites and yolks of the is almost beyond the bounds of eggs eparatelv Sift the flour and add stepped out and said This man is a thief He has twice imagination to realize the quantity of to it two teaspoonfuls of baking pow- Â¬ been warned to mend his ways but water which passes through its broad der Put in the tlour by degrees and would not hed the caution Tlis pun- Â¬ leaves to mature one acre of crop aJd the stiff whites of the cgrs last ishment is well merited Plants differ in their capacity or This makes three layers o it is just At the first blow the man yelled at greediness for the consumption of as nice poured into long pans and cut the top of his voice nor did he cease his water All farmers knw how fre in squares when cold Very good to Series until after the twentieth From quentlv the corn leaves curl with eat with ice cseam The Household that to the fiftieth blow he seemed to thirst and how rarely the abundant Chocolate creams One large cup feel nothing When the last blow ws weeds exhibit any signs of distress of granulated sugar and one fourth cup He had the We must confess the sight of a weed of milk and cream mix together aud boi struck he was mried wildest look ot any human being out- Â¬ suffering for water in a dry season is four minutes stir occasionally until side of a raving maniac and seemed one we have not yet seen while the cool enough to shape into moulds with quite unable to take care of himself suffering crops are never to be for- Â¬ the lingers and place on a buttered Next time it will be one hundred go ten paper Have ready one fourth cake of said the leader as he held the mans The treasure of the water consumed chocolate melted over boiling water arm a moment Now go by the c op may be considered as the dip the moulds in the chocolate re The victim sprng over the fence and measure of the capacity of the soil to move with a fork and place upon but was swallowed up in the darkness of j produce a crop For forty bushels of tered paper Flavor with vanilla tse forest in a second The men who wheat per acre an amount of water which must be put into the cream not had dismounted climbed into their sad- Â¬ must pass through the leaves of the the chocolate These will be found dles without a word and the profes- Â¬ plants equal to six inches in depth over equal to any procured at the confection Â¬ sion filed down to the highway and up the whole surface This quantity ers Exchange must be supplied in addition to that the dark road in the same si cnt Weeds destroyed stealthy and menacing manner it had which percolates through the soil and young even should bemost fertile when upon the approached An hour ater no man of t that which evaporates from it under for the reason that thev deprive the soil soil it could have been found Detroit Free j the influence of the sun and the winds and rob the crop of needed moisture Press J The whole average rainfall is equal to There be enough Three fourths of plants may there is notfertilitj for two t only forty inches enough but this at least finds its wa into streams and that is the principal water why a reason A CORROBORREE I without aiding in the growth of any crop thrives better with spaco crop more than one half falls in the tnan one tnicKiy pianteu more quan j he Iho Pecnllar Manner in TVhlcH Austra seasou when growth is not active thus tity of water needed for a cabbage to lian ASwrijjInes Enjoy Themselves may be seen now inadequate the water a was of the verv roughest supply is in the av rage years and how perfect its growth is enormous The music thistle requires almost as much and description but it answered its purÂ¬ difficult it is to produce a full crop sim- - the more robust weed will get the pose and wildly excited both listeners ply for want of necessary water If largest share from the soil and so stunt crops take up water from the soil much the cabbage Therefore the soil and dancers A monotonous corrobor mint Â¬ more rec song was sung by all the women come do the greed weeds which over- be kept free from weeds Troy Times the legitimate ten nts of the soil in chorus to which they kept perfect and while they steal the solid food BIRCH BARK CALENDARS time oy beating two sticks together from th crops they do infinitely more and by drumming violently on opossum damage by abstracting the most indis- Â¬ Tho latest Whim Affected By Amnteur and kangaroo skins tightlv stretched j pensable water How jealous then the Artists across their open knees The only va- Â¬ farmer should be of the weeds How U36 a sheet of the bark for each month growth and riation in the cusic was the speed at active in preventing theirwaste For a of the year painting on it some suitable preseiving the soil Ixoni which it was produced it was gradu grown has already accomplished a floral or landscape design and if ally increased from a very slow time weedinjury to the neighboring plants like an accompanying motto For youÂ¬ vast Jan up to a wild mad swiftness The one ragweed which lifts its head above uary a snow scene with pinebrannhes dance was just as monotonous as the or the potatoes ma have music and I soon became thoroughly i the wheat harm than twice its conipar-- for February icicles on branches and done more sick of it bet the Nurruru men sat the farmer to sup- Â¬ groups of brown birds for March crowatching it for hours with a per-Â¬ ative size would lead in which he may cus blossoms for April hyacinths and pose and fectly motionless intentness which have never in a way It is to be hoped violets for May apple branch and dreamed showed their keen interest Both that this view of this subject may lead blossoms and dandelions beneath with yellow blossoms and one or two ceed song and dance were new and the Man b more determined efibris with gorans were teaching it to the Nur- - to cleanse the oil for while farmers puffs with drifting seed plumes for it plbVed rums who had to use their very best supposed that a crop of weeds may be June clustering roses aud snow balls powers in acquiring a knowledgeof it in of its for July yellow lilies and butterflies the soil the uiay for learning anytiiing new however robbery return tonot recover fruitspreci- - for August marigolds and China asters the it does short and simple is a severe mental ex- Â¬ cious moisture which has been taken for September gold rod and wild asters ercise for the untrained mind ot an from the crop and which has passed off and wild turnip blossoms for October Australian maydll The music began and has disappeared in the clouds from sumach and chrysanthemums for sitprtly after the little passage of arms whence first came to do the farmer a November a red sunset through bare it over us had tken place At first it was i service he has neglected to avail hini- - tranches and a flight of birds for slow and ieeble Suddenly out of the December holly and pine branches Times self of N w th snowbirds on ground Use the great gloom beyond the light of the fires a wild figure leaped into view so sheets singly for the months as they hideous was it and so startling the al- Â¬ pass suspending thnm from a standard Dickens Earnings most magical way it came into sight such as is used for lamps and screens that 1 gave a little unconscious move- Â¬ In an article on the gains of aasthoflS Leave a space to tie cards to giving the ment of surprisa at which Berrill he which has recently been reprinted in a days of the month A small gilt hook nerveless tbrate laughed and told me t fastened on the bark to suspend the not to be frightened The dancer was number of newspapers surprise is ex-- cards painted with the numbeis of the painted to represent a skeleton w th pressed that Dickens should not have days will be convenient By this means white lines do m liis legs and arms and j left a larger fortune than 80000 I your gift will be a perpetual calendar white stripes that fellowed the curves have an impression that Dickens total needing only new cards for each suc- Â¬ of his ribs His long black hair was property amonnted to nearly 100000 cessive year Mottoes for each month tied up in a tangled mop st the top abound in verse and add greatly to tbo of his head in which white feathers but of that a considerable proportion interest of a calendar If this is too were sticking and in his hands he held i must have come from the profits of his much trouble use four sheets and srivo his boomerang and nullah nullah His readings There is no doubt that Dick-- spring summer autumn and winter black body hardly showed aganst the en made some very bad bargains with The designs should be t3pical as fruit night dark background but the flicker- Â¬ publishers in his early days and I know tree blossoms for spring roses for sum- Â¬ ing firelight threx these death like lines lhat his friend Talfourd once calculated mer golden rod and asters for autumn into brilliant relief This first dancer that during a period of five years he holly and snow for winter with tho took his place and was swiftly and ought to have been receiving 10000 a same arrangement for monthly cards silently followed by others painted in year from his works but one can not Art Interchange exactly the same manner as himself till form anjT estimate of his total gains about thirty men were taking part in jj from literature by the amount of his Coloring Matter in Plants the mysdc dance The position of all j possessions when he died It must be of the men was the same their arms rememb red that DIc kens himself made The great variety of colors and bent at the elbows were raised above everyhei uunng wnich ne ever possessed dyes obtained from common plants not onlv lived in a vrry liberal their heads till tie weapons they held and crossed one another the head was style for thirty years keeping up a con- growing so abundantly almost every- Â¬ slightly inclined to one shoulder anl siderable establishment and often trav- Â¬ where is apparently known to but few the fierce gaze of their wild black eyes eling without much regard to enst but persons except chemists The well was firmly nxed in one direction Their he alo brought up a large and expen- known huckleberry or blueberry when legs were wide apart and bent at the sive familv London Trutlu boile down with an addition of a little knees and this position they never alum and a solution of copperas will thanged as they jumped from the feet Finnish Tenements develop an excellent blue color the and hips only Gentlemen s Magazine same treatment with a solution of nut An interesting descriptien has been galls produces a clean dark brown A Canadian cheated the Govern- Â¬ given of the building of one of the tint while with alum verdigris and ment cleverly yesterday He came to wooden houses of Finland such as sal ammoniac various shades of purple Buffalo and bought a new stove To those recently visited and slept in by and red can be obtained The fruit of tate it across t e river he ould h vj o the Czar and Czarina A substantial the elder so frequently used for col-Â¬ pa a round dcty So tie canny oring spirits will also produce a bhie Canuck set up his sove on the pave stone foundation is first raised several color when treated with alum The ent built a fire in it snd managed to feet above the ground Upon th beams privet boiled in a sol tion of salt fur Â¬ fi it with ashS and spot t with rust so are pilc one after the oher dove Â¬ nishes a serviceable color and the ove that in a few hour- lie took i ovar the tailed at the corners and packed with ripe berries yield a scarlet red The iferry as a s cond had stov duly fme mos and other goo i non couductin seeds of the c mmon burning bush ufale Ezprs material and firmly fastened to eacK anonymous when treated with sal other by wooden pegs so ato makeup amm niac produce a beautiful purplo The following unique communica the v alls Duals are laid on the out red The bark of the cur ant bush tion was received recently by one of bide of these walls and they are carved created with a solution of alum pro-Â¬ our jeweiers Sr Pless Fix this Vc4ch painted and otherwise adorned accord Â¬ duces a brown Yellow is obtainable for this bfjy if you can Shood of Com ing to the fancy and wealth of the from the bark of the apple tree the with him Bjt Good Xot i thout you owner A tenement so construe ed is box the ash the buckthorn the pop- Â¬ could Fix tins Wotcli if Eny Body Cood far warmer than a building of brick or lar elm etc when boiled in wat r and feryou ar ocsed to this kind of a stone and is admirably cal ulated to treated with alum A lively green is Wtotcb and oblige ife MirUnaton withstand the rigor of n severe winter furnished by the broom oorn VY in Northern Europe Jv Y Sun Sun Â¬ m The Poets Decoration A new Uhland anecdote is sure of a wide welcome Although the poet de lighted to take his subjects from the knightly and romantic middle ages when feudalism was everywhere in force he was essentially a poet of the people ine rrussian King William 1Y of- iered him thgOrder Pour le Merite with flattering expressions of the roval regard Uhland however declined to accept it While he was explaining to his wife the reason which moved him to refuse the distinction there was a knock at the door A working eJaJs girl from the neighborhood entered and presenting Uhland with a bunch of violets said IJiis is an offering from my mother lour mother child replied the y thought she died last au poet tunin That is true Herr TThlanrl said the girl and I begged you at the time to make a little verse for her grave and you sent me a beautiful poem These are the first violets which have bloomed on mothers grave I have plucked them and I like to think that she sends them to you with her greet ing The poets eyes moistened as he took the posy and putting it in his button hole he said to his wife There dear woman is not that an order more valuable than any king can give Fall Â¬ -- - -- tc J j Â¬ I I I when I was young I Take all fh reatkeith mbotbs JlttdttttSu This was a terrible It TinrrJA In short take all U beet qwdflwa a spectators it nearlv crazed the con- - Tree front OlaUs Mutates and JTeisen the all thaw aad tfca hmt scionce striken mother Ono can scarcely overestimate tho moth- Â¬ Qualm oC all tba beet jarikiae r Vmt 3s the world and yoa will ers influence in tho molding of tho charac-Â¬ ter of her offspring But how often oh Bitters feare tfce beet ertiT qonBHw how often do mothers seem to ignore thfo PROMPT and powers of alk cftcgTUrafeg ia than responsibility I aay se And that they wttl care Â¬ During a recent trip on the rail tho writer all of these singly or coroMwod- - 1UIII made tha acquaintance of Dr A J Bene-Â¬ AtaorosgniriwiiiiYFwiTW dict of Sacketts Harbor NTT a person of this m who has raado a study of human develop- Â¬ ment Referring to themurderoustendency Uj of the times we asked that eminent man if tho outlook was not discouraging Fiva Years asol broke 3gwk witk It looks so he said but 1 fancv wo and liver cofflDlaint andxaeaatiB-have a cause and the reined v for such evils Since tfees 1 have beeamaaktete be i In my professional career lhavo found by atalL Xy liver becawe iatA Hie weed hard study that wo have emerged from sav- Â¬ my limbs were puffed p asd fifed wiik agery b v development of the nervous svs- tem and the intellectual life and wo return Alttne best physfciaas aereed tatm4k to savagery as we ignoro the fact that with- Â¬ out the solid trustworthy nervous system ing could cure me I resolved to fey Sep betUesfte we can not hop to eavo the race Boys Bitters I have tsad saves say stuff dime novels and the pistol is to them the hardness has all gose ire only respectably glorious instrument to se-Â¬ a Cures Rheumatism Newaiffo swelling from my Unite and it has werfeg 1 cure lame Women read trashy literature Bcaeb Hudwhr TootiM ft 1 a miracle in my case otherwise I and straightway try to murder their hus Â¬ I UELCGISTS AM DKALSSS have been now in my grave bands and friends by poison Business Wl 1 blllS j THE CHXCLZS XTOGELES COBAlTia0KEgC men yield to tho tempter and forge and J W ilosET Buffalo Oct 1 18BL Mall Gazette steal and default Ministers charmed by in CTerr lnd 1b subject to On every side wo seo the weakness of per A Huntress Accurate A im I tra3 dragged down witfe debuporertr scd e Coughs Croup Whooping Cough sonal integrity lordoctortajc Do you regard it as a disease 1 -- vrs completely dIscosrsg iroae rrt I ifore especially as tho result of disease Mr Henry Gildersleeve Jr accom- Â¬ by the advice of my Ptoxv I ICEtol12 bo prevented all Bitter and ta one monta we wtra sd Arse panied by his wife went to Cromwell which however may I Plcaso defina how of na bare seea a sic day since aU poor men yon caafceep yow fajaniesjTeU X I can not now enter into details Our looking for game Approaching the wltaliopuitierBioncsaiasa vuo uuia -- cost IkaownV Cromwell shore Mrs iildersleeve dis- Â¬ people can seo their bodies their blood their bones They never ste their nerves ana covered a large bird llyingin the air and coReyuaifly many do not suppose they have any JPresecute the Stcixtlersf picking up a rifle fired The bird Tho iarmers wife rejoices m abig physical the druggist aa caU If when roc but for Hoo Bitterswith a greca ci aster Sop aert dropped to the ground wounded tne frame and yet she dies prematurely Tho out anything continual of Hops on white label shun that droRgiaCaa yea lady fired again and killed the bird nerve can not stand tho strain of his pulpit would a vlpen aad If be bis uteayotir taoBerfoc work The minister fallsdeadin boitfu tuS Indict bira for the fraud aad taeawaiar which she secured and carried home It but he never did a days physical work in damages for the swindle aad we TrtU reward ytw was a blue heron six feet from tip to his life I he lawyer taints m tho presence llberaUjfortheconictJon See C S Court injesctfoa against a D TTkmr of tho court and is soon a wreck or a corpse tip Hartford Times Reading Mich aad aU ilia sasmea aad axatfc and vet the work is nervo work The man Druggists aad other UnitAtora tajEjjaralng HOI B1TTE1S KT6 CO i of affairs is overcome with apoplexy tho The sea serpent has been found in politician and publicist with Brf ghts dis- Â¬ Santa Barbara County There is no ease The mind of tho untutored man is crime by doubt about it this time for it was found firedsuch the exploits ofpersons and he longs overwork or fame These for In various Stvles of Eintfing wilkawt on dry land and moreover it was pick- Â¬ over excite the nervous system and this fact 2Ionsolan Chln without Patent Index THJEIIt PATtEVTS TO ed up dead Its head is from two and a kills or demoralizes them If all this be so how would you rectify it half to three feet wide and about four X3ST TCtT3 then 2nd SuIIebu of Sssst feet in length The body is about thir Â¬ Let me tell you A few years ago I had TaylorsS Cherubs Rssedy a trceof Gam The tha Earaename rtow ty feet long having flukes at the tail a lady patient who was an utter wreck She tns til cet Gnm from tiie South combined end something like a snake The body was tha mother of several children She ltiIeIapantoriaeo4neMwithatci xnado from tho Fo- - sale by ill dreg and SI O per is perhaps two and a half feet in diame Â¬ lost her mind and imagined she was cursed Cists at 2i cents A XXVXOB bctte AVJLlYrjlC itliuita Go wife and of God She was a ter in the width and a foot more in worked early and late fanners saw a finer I never UTJTERS GUIDE 1j ADDED The thickness The creature has thirteen specimen of physical womanhood than she issued Sept and MarcZi 2vetw pRoyorjycrNG- teeth on each side in the upper jaw but she was a nervous wreck She became cacli yeax K 356 pRges each tooth being about the size of a pep- Â¬ bloodless had the verv worst of femalo dis-SVCxllVi jicbes Tith over orders and was in per box Th wonderful remains were nuria or Brights the last stages of albumi Â¬ illustrations 3500 Picture Gallerym disdiseaso This YP TTTT WOSU whole found by W H Hollister Jr a ease works particular havoc withlatter the nerv- Â¬ Containing oTer 5000 TiUes describing ti GIVES Wholesale Price Francisco Chronule ous system and produces insanity and deÂ¬ ar Countries Cities Town and cm spair She was insane and desperate and I direct to consumers use all goods for urea of every part of tna Glooe Tells now to offspring with these personal or family A writer on palmistry says the fear tainted theUood of hertreated ner for sev-Â¬ order anil gives exact cost of every Â¬ terrible tendencies I j ygj JL 30OO Ensravlnps ad a ew hands of different nationalities differ eral years Ono by ono the standard reme- Â¬ thing you use eat drink wear or short-tin-gvrhave fiin vriih These INVAIXABLE The German hand is thick dies of tho schools failed butlfinallv cured Standard in Govt Printing Office- with a wide palm her with Warners safe cure and she is to- Â¬ BOOKS contain information gleaned 32000 copies n ruDucscuoui Wc day strong and well Yet thousands of from the a copy Palp 20 to 1 or any other series The Spanish hand is noted the world women like her every year bringill formed will mail markets of the world ad Â¬ JbitK E to nay over for its tapering fingers and rare and criminally inclined children into the dress upon receipt of 10 cts to defray flexibility The French and Italian world Is it any wonder that nervous dis- Â¬ expense of mailing Iet lis hear from companion ia every Schoel It is aa invaluable everv Respectfully Fireside and at hand is loug and capable of close pres-Â¬ eases prevail and that tho whole moral you CO Pabra Spri3KeM3fa If that remedy were G k C MERRIAM sure but the English and American sense is demoralized would have stronger MONTGOMERY WARD CO used we hand is the best knit firmly set hand generally stronger children stronger men 227 229 Wabash Avenue Caicase 11L mothers blended with all the variations of typi Â¬ and women and with perfect physical and mental health crime would decrease and cal beauty known Chicago Herald society be more secure Such candid opinions are surely worth Did he- - pop the question last considering eagerly asked the mother as night lafiuRl is the name of the daughter came down late to break- Â¬ MEHDS EVERYTH1MC in the West When No not quite fast What did he an Indian aentwill be spoken of as he WooilracrraperlwTGiass visits Boston he ilr say1 Why he squeezed my hand Reversed Duster --iV I Journal China Fnrnitnre Stroaff as Irca Sdid m a la twice and said that he believed Id The total quantity sold dariac make some man au excellent wife if the past flv year assented J3 oyac PERCHERON STALLIONS fellow had sense enough to take me so bottlSfEVEBYBODlL Why Farmers Iuy Them far away that you couldn t visit me All dealers can sen is i when near During these hard times more than once in twenty years b Ail lg aj TWO GO LB MtUALS rnlade piia Chronicle Herald ly every farm product is so low in price ronocsced Stronsest Glad lenowa Mothers and nnrses send to Woolrichi Co Palmer c rflapnj tru 1I3CT Mass glvlri address In full tor seems worth raising we totherearinKOi clillrea etc Pamphlets pertx slrs that it hardly Kldpes Food la the Caatma ra AcE Me has a little boy named Auburn most intelligent and bestfocdlnthosxrUforiinaIdsandisreadUrtakea reÂ¬ by the little folks and always with satisfactory Norris Eveleth who can boast of eleven see many of our sults when takca farmers who have not panylnp each can acconilnp to the directions accom progressive grandfathers and grandmothers It etcf cardsfonvardeUforstsmpÂ¬ comes about in this way He has two hitherto been interested in horse breed gra dfathers ami two grandmothers two ing buying finely bred high priced PLAID SMWlTGiYEH AWAYT ThragH tie hSlsn o f lrc m3 for the great grandfathers and two great grandÂ¬ Percheron stallions This to many is a I am eov years old and have sCered spent laC Tjfatfartrof Cahraere Shawls nai-tins-l UNDER THE GALLOWS f TrlghttaL Condemnation of a Mother by Her SoaTYhat Does It Mean Not long ago a weeping mother called to bid good bye to Eer only son who was soon j I to bo executed crvroman he exclaimed in a momentary frenzy Woman I ironld never hove been here had you done your duty by mo Red Star i TRADEVw MARK Take mil im allTtiu all fee - IM3i4 1 Fever Take all tfee mwdyxHm Take aM the Bheumaite Taka all tbe UseyejwfaMi TakftalitfeelOTie Taka all a COUGH fURE te 3rrt wa spaeB n SURE QKCtSr kJ i4 wa T JACOBS ft itl Hardened Xrrer mi GERMaemToY limn KlcTfeS 0 WEBSTER JUST COig SIT3M2TZOKr -kj CrAZETTEER I -- ed BEST Holiday Gift LE PAGES VwlrB LIQUID GLUE Brts-a-ur- ac Thix-Robe-Isside-- iHi ifOtsssa Wtt jtgSZSW Scrofula of Lun P mothers two and one mother Â¬ I The American Indians are found by Matthews to have a knowledge of ani Â¬ mals and plants incomparably superior to that of the average white man or the white man who has not made zoology or bo Liny a subject of study Boston Budgd Give me the man who sides with the old and poor and the weak and young in the battle of life and if he doesnt reach the other side in safely then all other men will stand only the ghost of a chow Albany Journal Â¬ source of astonishment but is the re- Â¬ sult of observation that large well formed active horses always have been and necessarily must continue to be in active demand at large prices on ac- Â¬ count of the scarcity in tho United States of suitable stallions for their production all such having to be im-Â¬ ported The yearly increasing demand for such stallions is the best evidence that such investments are profitable And to this fact is duo the development Of large importing and breeding estab lishmonts notabjy among wnicn and largely exceedingall others is that of Oaklawn W Dunhams Mr M Farm at Wayne Illinois Vr Post Exjrrcss unfltforanymannallaborforseveralyears Afrtesd the use of Swifts Spcdflc S CSpa Ot astl ireris strongly recommended TvtedtortnxitsdllatKfceii topic S S claiming that be hlmsiUf had bea sreaUy Iresolved fcenoCtedbyltanselasomelansrtrouWea S tcria sad ftseral itictiay aa J wCIjwJ toj raeI ties bcanilTn 1 totry ft The results arereraarJahle AlrcaJ55 hlrKEK 17111 - left me my strength has retimiedand I c elgn slstr usjfc jrBBrr7 W or we wUi sal 5 tiawli xa 5 VBdSBBBBBBBBnB pounds more than I ever did la my life It hasbcea XTtfXVf cript s to c3 adimi fcr Ji0 three years since I stopped the use of themedlriae jjnaraiKeesi Siusiacticit but I hare had no return of the disease and there ara erric ayriicdeA Aaireu ldoftheha nopalaiOTTreatnessfeltlzrmylcass PAKil AXD llOrSEIIOtD TJHoi e3tWndofwort Hartford Ccon 2S 13SS Montgomery Ala June Swiff Specific is entirdy vejretahle Treatise ea Blood and S3dn JDisees maGed frets laz Swift Spzctnc Co Drawer X Atlanta Gi or 157 YVSod Stret S 1 VThcn i sst cars i u j 101 meis cire v to ios ices lot time and then hnc ihem return slaI tneaa a radi Â¬ t rnrni nnd JIoneIoltl large Uoa -- perf ett cocsraoeot o PUU isi nods wt h we jrco4 te prtjeat t th UMn la tie feawSag zsizaer Sod c SS cents izr S Qtw faisrrip there come t lo er hisdsalvse sands then fifteen years iirith alnn tronble I have of dollars to arrest the march of this disease bat temporary relief was all that I obtained 1 was iC5ifWts V- ptJ FITS I i t Rwl Star Couch Cure 0 No case of cough thatcan not be cured by Red Star Cough Cure No remed- - is cheaper it costs only twen-tv-fiv-e without In jury No morphia or opium is to be found in Four rirm Facts 2o one can take morphia or otherpoisons Glove clerks are counter Gtters Love Sees Xo Fanlts Soehe cal cure I have mad tha dlsetse of FITS EPILEFST cr TaLLING SICKNBS3 UTs long statly I warrant nij rersedy to care tho ront cates Eecsso others fcara failed U no reason lac not cow recalrlns a esn Send at enco for a trtatlso and a Frea Bonis of ny InfalUbla remedy Give Expres and Post Odlce Is coeta aothlnjrforatrialandl wlllcure yco Wdress Dr U G BOOT Its rearl StKetr York jvi lASTHMAI ixSrm Gcrmaa AsthmaCarc srfio rii u tieTrarbt C7esMtireaKicv abiasIeepteSectsctutwhereaaoperafesJL mrvaXeoxHmealtetnottijacal JC8UC4pBM cents r I --- -- A minor event The birth of a babv But the parents dont think so of course itar bers Gazette The reafc diaphoretic and anodyne for colds fevers and inflammatory attacks is Ur Pierce s Compound Extract ot bmart- Weed also cures colic cramps c aolera morbus diarrhoea and dysentery or bloody flux Only 50 cents m if has been said but when a woman isÂ¬ B dragged down emaciated wan and a shadÂ¬ ow of- her former self with never a cheer Of all the Magazines ful word sjie can be no longer beautiful or Illustrated uith Original Steel Engravm lovable Nuturo may have beon generous ing s 1hotogravurcs and Oil pictures in her gifts and endowed her with nil the Send twenty cents for one oopv aad you will certainly charms of her sex but diseaso has crept in rcoscrioe Tro Doilirs for ayesr and get tea tines Its value unawares and stolen the roses from her W Jennices Demcrrst Pub isher 17 L 1 4tKSt NewYcrk cheeks tho luster from her eye and the YoLi21 Sold by ajyetreicakad Postmasters suusJime from her heart But to bo well AS3VI RnVcanDakehandsomeRUCSlafoar asrain lies in your own power Take Dr fin I IJAi3 hoursontof rn3T3raoraaTotls Pierces Favorite Prescription bTUinsCCADf E ywMfcWWCTC o hre eUara it will euro vou taousanus have beon cured bvit RUS MAKER Nothing equals it for all tho painful mala- Wfc on any Setting jL V1 sUjbd for dies and weaknesses peculiar to women snIFree Lists lUcaiNE orbfBijWAB ew Prica reduced to ono dollar By druggists In cold Northern countries by a wise pro- Â¬ vision of nature the mountains are clad in D EfORESTS THE rr SI JOIrceisiie b5r5aiL SemfUXa No Rope to Cat Off Horses Mara JMiijrsi ceieoratea Kasd JSKICLJB Comblacd can net te supped ay any none bampIoHaltertoanypartof tho US Soldbyall freeonreceIptoil ana Saddlery Hardware Harness Dealers Special dscocnt to thej yScEd fir Prlce tUc Trade itiii - jC- - LiGirrnocssiiocncsteri tefilwSSft H WW lAGENTS Azalea- - Great sells at 8tiKTra9NCl Inducements Hi Hi FViceonlySI Apply mSS No money 1 a poaiUT TKavif octattixrr OT la lorn tasModi of aw et tb wont kiad act at lac ttistHaf o nrsac 107 tttta tar 1 W acM7v ha n bsea enrvd VAI taatlvlU iad TWO EOTTLZSPSEEr tocttia DABLK TRKATRS ca thlt tUsecMto bt tuSercc Oin Sx Sre34ratiirw4 STJUSL0CC3CUZrMd9tS rRKETOFAK TlnsCsterdEsjnrrhsyofti O d Soa TkTcra a PldlrUa wcre xb int CONSUMPTION bv tsifhi IclI 1 m 1 wi Cak any one improve his condition by n liming J If not whine uoL ira Golden Days JNC lor teniSorr yawpTan C HOrrTCCls3UiSCHlClGO required lig Ix UIaird Aatnca vsa arnaixai Alas CaUjctm ot UmobIc books aa y RKODJNG A CO v Iro A of so delicate nat AM9THEB LIFE SAVED Ajibulvtor writes to ask if we can tell ure as stricture diseaso urethra should a only of tho Gray of Dt vnie Ala Brritcs I have C him how to take the curl out of hair Have to thoso of largo experience Y3C HJUIS BA1SAX you ever tried getting married J Burlington be entrustedBy our improved methods wo nsed yonr 1K caa and skill fOS TItE XlTXns and tte Bay Ul3 far superior Free Prisx la have been enablod to speedily and perma- Â¬ to any ot Her preparationiosrweekssrorli aily mother e was confined to her bed vith couch and nently euro hundreds of tho worst cases when I ROtoncbcUeof yourDR W3T SLVirS Tns man who signs himself Constant Reader is probablv a fraud No man can read constantly St 0 Picayimc ViKTKPBiiaaaatyiTictBrt3grdarl1ficj Expessea Co WHX xvoFA M Aa I yyrn9sta ctir Xaa or Ernse errry eousfTfellosrESodx 5Urr8li zd aa uii 9tr CftaTaitiDfostlt FSZZt Stasdara bUver vrare Sostes omao in ftce Psraeulmia ux i Pamphlet references and terms threo let- Â¬ KVI SA3 OS THJE LtiSS she began to Ihcmeiasof partq ter ter stamps Worlds Dispeusarv Medical mend rsltaway It cas thAtJIt Association 033 ilain Street Buffalo N Y life-- Itnowof flvecasesbas cared TfrlLJulAM iiajLAUtf JULlrT eve is often fired by a bad match A A for Dia Upratiss Wishing llscctnes noo B S3 TO flCECQ UrrcrS Totntnodix The national yoar nurac tr etliiwwtn giv5awayis oae 70a w aat ua riprcwoc3c CO so xMyoctz u IT Plenty of room at the top remarked a dealer as he opened an apple barrel and found it onlv halt full Danville Breeze man1 cold mans temper unlike the kindling in a Ledger Hows vour wife old PikesToothacheDuops cure in 1 minute 2k5 First wretch Second wretch Splendid Bad Glenns Sulphur Soap heals and beautifies 25c cant speak above a whisper iV T G eiuian Co UN Removeu kills Corns Bunions Â¬ MrsTvriiA Johnston is the name given an Erie bov last week Johuston Srt Mustapha fondness for Oriental titles PiUtburyh Bulletin Jones calls his dog Hickorv because he a rough bark Waterloo Dbserivr EsOKTlili5orjLraientecandManlr Augusta Ky proved snd f I forfreeCaalojiueof B oSaof Amusemea nuw o IaTsl th t tccond Gymnastic Fortunts Tellers TISto1IJLAOS lus become Imperative Doaddi Â¬ SCX cot tion the factory Books De jates LetterWrlters Etiquette as much f unlns as Pianos on the require one quarter DicxFrrzQgsjXP 18 Ana Sc yetr Tctsv onMtltCztaJKrairee prevailing wrest pfn svste n xautirai and finest tosel IM Stvfes of OSCVX5 i2 to SSOO For Cash Easy Payment or lleztc ORGANS lntnetnmd iw prices eaxv par Tvnf Sendfrcatatefrue Addrena HAML1H ORGAN AMD RJLHfl 1 C PIANOS ir ORGANS cr the CASOvt 1IAM The dr h 146 Ornament Jut patented A rapid seller Stasay partlcularsor 25c In stamps for sample terms neU my WlUTn AGISTS FJther sex to Parlor nMRIkU Novelty Laop Shadeaad etc mm MANY III If afflicted with Sore Eves use Dr Isaac Thompsons Eye Water Druggists sell it 25c e Wabash Ave Chicago Â¬ 1 Speaking of hunting Binks savs the abode of the dear is a fashionable millinery shop OH Ciy Derrick The man who said There is a garden ra her face was evidently using flowery lan guage Battou Tratuicript Â¬ - A i umb belle titable wife for an athlete should be Boxbury Advocate to use Pisos Remedy for Catarrh is agreeable 50c It is not a liquid or a snuff These Discs ana cNCINES Psrtable and St ALL sizes tlonary Illutra nse i price List iiunarwm iASE dfc 4JODLEx- C- O- CINCINNATIFre Ob AW MILLS IIP Ill CQBES WHESE HAIR Wearer Orzan inaco Co Vorfca WIs Bans and Waves sent C O D 3y where Wholesale and retiilprtce 4lsyr B C Strehl Cfl13 Wabs avChIcasa Treated aad cured without the fcaife on treatmnt sent tree Ax e CANCER Booe POM L HD Aurora iaae coui t ad ress to CotUw Tarkisk Bakm Rsnnftffl sampleso free to every person sendfaz UBUUiiiui RED I X WULTTE Eaton Uaptds 2ic5- - Seems as if the mot likely plice for a fish Â¬ erman to get a bite would be at the mouth of b XdKsB the river N Y Graphic rjiCSirfr Srafcm represent K the TLtSft - drocsat rrt3fcraisgTai CtfCRV WmilV es toll i tTVimAn herownphyslclao Forpar ueulars address DBS PETRRMAN Assort Oxzs UniCXlTDX- - Secure aBoslness Educatioa by V of the butter little Daisv asked butter fly mamma- While her mother was taking a fly out Is that a 2- 2iitUburg7t opposite sides of DOUGLASS VeQSIl RUnlb maUtromBtsizss Collzge Bngaoyy 195T AKK E r Chronicle -- - When a young lady goes to church to ex-Â¬ hibit her new sealskin she certainly might be called sack religious Chicago Tnbime m -- Do tou enjoy good health asked Cross Why yes of course Who doesntl replied Ross tersely Beekh Hun for Couphs Colds and Sore Throats aa and of great Alleviator of ConsumptionDyspepsia benefit in most cases of They ore t result of over forty years ejjmlssx la coaiponadlsff OtTGH HTSTI KUIES lie tall price 15 ernU per Qtmrter pound 1OR SALE BY AIA PEAXEKte SEWABESFIMITATICHS capsicum Congla Irops B H SONS All Sorts or hurts and many sorts of ails of man and beast need a cooling lotion Mustang Liniaaea v The Mirror Would vou make it tell a sweeter tale Maornolia Balm is the charm er that almost cheats the is no flatterer If the dutfes high collar be taken away from him fashion should devise some other nieaiih to keep his head from wobbling Fall Iiivei Advance rWhat is your circulation asked the in Â¬ quisitive in ridual of an editor Blood principally was the calm reply BantilU Breeze sx33 n beat act R- - U iflriiiards Giimas xros A in ai AWARE looking glass Si that LorUlards tin bvrlns it redfine too tbat Lorinarda cnt Rose lenf orlHarda nunaro Icocilienja J avr CHppinBamlqcaUty thr cheapest tiij