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conducted with great skill showing that something akin to what we call thought had been utilized But there arc other instances per- Â¬ haps more amusing where animals have been used as bridges by human beings Perhaps the most remarkable instance of this kind occurred some years ago in Russia In certain regions especially about the Volga Rivei the sturgeon fisheries are extremely valua Â¬ ble so much so that there are over one hundred thousand persons engaged in catching this one fish We have stur Â¬ geons in our waters particularly in the Hudson where they are called Albany beef that are huge fellows enclosed in a thick bony armor but harmless with- Â¬ al having small mouths under the snout and no teeth as their food con- Â¬ sists of the very smallest animals and perhaps vegetable matter In this country the sturgeons rarelv attain a length of over six feet but in the Volga the one known to naturalists as Accipcnscr huso grows to a length of twenty five feet ana is a perfect mon- Â¬ ster Part of the year it lives in the salt water but as spring comes on- it swims up the great rivers to deposit its egs or rpe as thej are called and to collect this is one reason why the sturgeon is followed so persistently The roe is made into caviare and sent all over the world the eggs of one season being of- Â¬ ten valued at one hundred and sixty thousand dollars Besides this the membrane of the air bladder is when preparedmade into isinglass and thirty thousand pounds have been secured in one season valued at eighty thousand - 13 1S86 WANTED A DIVORCE NUMBER 46 Hazel Geeen Herald N JT RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL- Love is srood and love works wonders Valuables Found by Sweepers in the Street A Colored Mlsslssippiafi Wko Was BoaaA Dr McCosh proposes to crusk afc Geographers Iiove is just and rights all blunders km mmStr yawcr published In Wolfe Censtj Perquisites of the Trade to Have a Yellow Plaster Lovethe brightestjoy hath given hazing at Princeton College- alfUUslafiffetyimthecoantleofIay It isannounced that South Polar ex Â¬ Love Is sent direct from Heaven w Good morning Marse William said Yes sir thats rich dirt mighty JtoanaloweU --Moalfee Ma Homer R SpragHe who was gra4 JtaMMiMk Siltott SsUlLZl Pmtt ploration is to be the next craze amono rich said an old street sweeper as he Green Coleman an elderly colored in Â¬ ated at Yale in 1852 has been appoint Xovc is wise yet love Is simpte KaMt JfeeJkrtfcer elerea fcetor with Love adds jrrce to blush and ditnpe The dis- Â¬ leaned on the handle of his broom and dividual as he entered the Chancery ed to the Presidency of Mills College geographers and discoverers wrttinwifupw cf any klsd THE HKfcALD Xove will lighten hearts of care morning air Love is f realike covery of the North Pole is declared to contemplated the pile of black dust Clerks office in a certain town in Cen Â¬ California The Sabbath is held in such great have become undesirable or at least brushed up long side of the curbstone tral Mississippi Love is tender love is tearful ta rsocfe sore pecwt fey itwHitfa In its gwIkbibs tkaa asy respect at Thurso Scotland that the Yet love makes the sad soul cheerful s irerti9Cffiost unattainable and it is said that the It was early in the morning and he was Good morning UncleGreen What Loves the spirits bit or leaven semetery is not allowed to be opened o vtber binuu Try ltaa be toa vjBce4 Love is sent direct from Heaven re- Â¬ labor of navigators and scientists will nearly through his work of following be-Â¬ can I do for you this morning that day Even burial is considered now be turned to the Antarctic region hind the big sweeping machine when he sponded the clerk Flowers are sweet but love is sweeter desecration winds areneet yet Jove is fleeter COOPER and to the wild latitudes that lie under stopped to gossip with the Star man I jes drapped in Marse William to Mrs Rev John S Inskip raised Scalinr mountJiins skimtnintr seas Mounting ob the wings of ease the stars beyond the Southern Cros3 Yes I suppose it is said the scribe ax yer wot yer ax ferer deforcement md forwarded 8000 for the Girls School in Calcutta of which Miss- - Lay The announcement is full of interest sticking his cane into the black pile and A what Uncle Green Love will tint the cheeks of beauty 0eTer discovery has reached to with- Â¬ thinking of a garden patch Northern Love will nerve the hand to duty M v M aatlts Er deforcement Marse William one ton has charge and the British Goverm Every earth day of the seven in seven degrees or about four hun- Â¬ Alwmyf Arwwostered Hpon wid a big yaller plaster Love is seat direct Cronr Heaven z IWTXo Its richest along the avenue partic- Â¬ er demit papers like Josh Bilbro got when ment duplicated the sumup with people rtscrijtia will be by dred miles from the Arctic Pole same on ter Manitoba is filling BlessaccemMaled theiaeBey euroks Love is tray yet love is sober Southern discovery has not penetrated ularly near where the all night saloons der Jedge onhitched him an his ole The number of schools there in 1871 as4o subscripUea irilf be received feriess Love warms May and chiil October thB Six Heaths to within one thousand miles of the are Its the drunken men I suppose was 16 in 1881 it was 128 and in 1884 Xove hath courage love is coy ABTBKTIKXG XATHS You see they are sort of loose and dont ooman last court Antarctic Pole Love win bring us perfect joy Oh you mean a divorce it reached 359 The school attendaace TTmleBtv6rtifeaerit8 inserted at In 1842 Sir James Ross the English care eests per teofa flrst insertion an Yas dats what I want was 816 in 1871 4919 in 1881 and 13- Love shrinks not at bar or fetter It would make a very good fertilizer twtt4ve oeoU iter each cabsquent laserexplorer found a vast continent south Love will make the fond heart better Well youll have to file your bill of 641 in 1884 Chicago Herald tiBAu said the scribe but I dont complaint and when court meets in De- Â¬ For our comfort love is given of the 70th degree of latitude and I guess 1 Iaofe Oee Tear 9CDI A traveling in Nor Â¬ Love is3out direct from Ilenven named two volcanoes one active and see why drunken men should make it cember it will come up for hearing and mandy correspondent Truth that in the Ledger Kidder in F tells London 4 fMrfMJL IVTBates oh larger advertisements if the other extinct after his two vessels any better ksswnoa application Oh that aint the sort of rich I mean if your grounds for a divorce are good Church of Elboeuf the other Sunday the Erebus and Terror He went as SPJEXCKB COOPER JUdree and supported by evidence the court I the cure after his sermon said Mjr Haaol Grees Sy far as 78 degrees of south lattitude and I mean rich in money That dirts have no doubt will graut your prayer JIVING BRIDGES dear parishioners please put only silver escaped after extreme danger and by worth well you cant tell how much Marse until you look it over Its full of money back longWilliam I done turn dat file in the plate as ittakes such a long timer PKOFEMIONAL the most laborious exertion sence and dat rheumatiz I reckon the average complaint aint fected me sence I bin to coimt coppers Many questions regarding the north- Â¬ sometimes How and WhyThey Axe formed A royal decree has been promulga Â¬ XMKASH ern magnetic pole the currents in the sweeper can make about two hundred rubbin wid dem yerbs And bout v wages dem grouns Marse William v ted in Spain ordering the corporation by Various Animals arctic seas the climate the storm areas dollars a vear in addition to his youse of all towns whose population exceeds b looking it over carefully as he goes and other problems in meteorology have along knowed me long in ATTORNEY AT LAW and eber with his work You see its thi3 sence freedom come rcb times know dis 100000 on the request or the local eda- been settled by explorers in that direc- Â¬ and you Auspenslon llridge of RronkcyAlarmed HAZEL QKEEN KT tion It is supposed that equally inter- Â¬ way Theres an awful sight of money nigger got no grouu notnuff to bury cational committee to appoint a medi Â¬ cal inspector of schools The salary is Huge Stnrjr con iu the TlieJaniof esting questions remain to be solved in lost on the street every day and night hesef in Will practice In Wolfe and adjoining corn particularly in the night Folks mostly Volga Kiver Cussi relation to meteorological conditions thing for you to be fixed by the corporation Uncle Green ties Collections will receive prompt attcn- lose dimes nickles and pennies to do is to employthe best The University of New Mexico haswithin the Antarctic circle It is believed and dont know it Sometimes they lose you what to do alawyerl Hell tell for one of its departments an Indian Ih- that the severity of the weather the It is a wonderful strtrcturer said a HAZELRIGG PATIEBSON dustrial School The American Miv- masses of ice and the other obstructions jewelry and sometimes they drop larger He will well known traveler as he cpntemplatcd sionary Association has voted it an an-South sums of money and never find it When to exploration that surround the Yes the Brooklyn Bridge and its maze of Pole are much greater than those all this gets mixed up in the dirt and Well Marse William I sees youse nual appropriation of 30000 for thct stays and wires for the first time 4and Pole is swept up in piles it makes it very rich mitey busy but jes tell me what are support of teaehers Congress has voted the North surround that ATTORNEYS AT LAW impresses mg somewhat different from 26000 for the erection of buildinga Some theorists hold that the ice We always look out for that and find dat goin ter cos me the last bridge I saw cap covering the South Polar region is lots of things We find dimes and Let me see one of these young law- Â¬ Considerable amounts have been given vastly in excess of the North Polar ice quarters any number ol pennies and a yers will take the case for 10 and the by private persons- - Christian Union- The one I refer to he continued cap in ponderosity and density Whether great deal of jewelry Sometimes the court cost will amount to another 10 Mr Moody does not approve o XT TEEUNG K7 was JUiSouth America lacountry quite such is the case or not can only be de- Â¬ jewelry is very valuable We frequently 25 at the outside is about all it will church fairs I think they are aa famous for the peculiar character of its find rings cuff buttons links of watch- SAMUEL McKEB- abomination- - The idea of raffling aad termined by experimental efforts to pen- Â¬ chains cost you charms all sorts of trinkets and Some are made of bamboo bridges etrate it voting for the best looking man and Twenty five dollars Marse AT LAW tied together with reeds and I have shirt studs and sometimes they are dia- Â¬ Dats pow ful heap er money William a having girls sell cigars I saw a church The late Edgar A Poe wrote a ficti- Â¬ to be tious but picturesque account - the ad- Â¬ monds The avenue is the richest route as spending on a ooman J aint seed in fair advertise that a man would kiss aavcrossed a gulch one thousand feel deep No 441 W Jefferson street girl for twenty five cents I had rather ventures of Arthur Gordon Prym a sup Â¬ I have said and its worth something to morn twenty year on a bridge made entirely of the hide of t XOCZST1ZJCE ST i posed navigator who attempted to enter be put on it We go to work at midnight What do you want with a divorce that you would worship in a barn thai and BPiaeticesB all tbe State Courts aim oxen and its vibrations were to say the 2fl IL the mysterious region surrounding the and work until after daylightlost we from your wife whom you havent seen resort to any of these methods special Attention given to business of all least uncomfortable But the bridge I find nearly everything tliaFs after for more than twenty years Post southern extremity of the axis on which dark Men who linds In the United States Courts are out very late at had in mind was of a totally different I jes want it ferter pacify der oo-Â¬ Colonel Homer B Sprague said in dollars the the world revolves Like his Eureka11 A PORTER LACY character and was a living one Yes skins are The meat is eaten and that however it is conjecture and fancy not night drunk frequently lose large sums man Ise got fer or wife now You see his address pi assuming the presidency used as window glass so of money and very valuable jewelry But botli At the ole that is seen that AT LAW really I alfve travelingtime ho went it will befish To the sturgeon prof-aÂ¬ science interest as works possess a Thev never know where they lost it der ooman I vus married ter on she ofaMills College in San Francisco threts the mere fanciful was on down towards valuable witching massas plantation in slave times thorough understanding of the so much obtain just the mouth of the Amazon andraaking itable material it is evident that they explanation of theories reaching to the and when they get sober theyto give rund oft time Shermans raid and den great English classics the BibcSkake- SNOTABY it up for gone and dont try find it I tuk up wid dis ooman I got now and short and frequent trips up the various must be caught in vast nu mbers and composition of the grand and sublime A few would be betfcer AND nights ago I found a very hand- Â¬ shes feered my fus wife might come speare and Milton little streams that emptied into it One such is the case The great fish weigh portions of the material universe Uu than the entire education given in some gold watch on the avenue One back and level on me as her property EXAMINEX F DEPOSITIONS night when near the village of Obidos ing of the colleges from one to cago Journal hundred night last week one of the men found we found we were obliged to anchor in four Oh Uncle Green thats all settled Hajxl Greek Ky hundred and sixty pounds Dr HerteFs report on the condition 410 in a roll near the Navy Yard and mid stream it being almost impossible barred by the statute of limita- Â¬ of the Danish schools shows that the averaging twenty BURMESE HOUSEKEEPING the next night I found S105 in a roll on its J 3L QniMjAif J C Ltkiks to retrace our steps without daTight and in length from five tothe Volgafive tions Just go home and tell your wife children in Copenhagen are suffering feet rush into at QOJLLDf LYKLNS These are extraordinary not to bother herself that We had pushed up the little stream un- Â¬ certain seasons in such quantities that a Tho Primitive Utensils Used in the Kitchens the avenue its all from what has long been considered an finds but it aint suh a rare thing to find of IJurnmh ATTORNEYS AT LAW f til our boat was almost high and dry in million and a half have been killed in right feature of our American AND the rich Southern vegetation andthc a single season During these migrations Wont yer gib me writin to datcon unfortunate too many branches and too The dwellings of the Burmese are large sums as you may think A CENTS HEAL ESTATE Ky education Do you ever find the owners Cakptok clusion Sumlin1 wotdontcoss1 moren trees in some places nearly touched the scene is often a curious one The built on small wood or bamboo posts No We aint got time to look for er dollar and put one er dem yaller much work The tendency in Den-Â¬ Titles examined taxes paid tor The woods were tilled with trophical people far and wide are excited at the of bamboo mat walls roofs of palm mark as in other parts of Enrope is tc Collections a specialty Eeal estate owners We work in the night and we plasters on it birds and their notes together with the prospect and rush to the stream with koupbtafld sold on commission Will prab overcrowd the children with a natural leaves or dried grasseach house has fron aint anywhere in tho neighborhood tiojcvia Wolfe and adjoining- counties Seeing that nothing else would satify strange sounds of insects and reptiles various weapons of offense but so vast owners are in the daytime the old man the clerk gave him a cer- Â¬ consequence of a large increase In the Jilled the air and made sleep almost im Â¬ are the numbers of the fish that nothing veranda closed only at the ends if at where the number of men and women of feeble DR R B GARDNER possible but before morning they evi Â¬ deters them At Rubibinsk the river is all the door from one to three feet We cant afford to go looking around tificate andtuck a gold seal on it and constitutions and bad health Intellec- tfor an owner for everything we find refused to accept his dollar which he dently exhausted their vocabularies and quite narrow being about three hundred from the ground made of rough boards but as an exchange for Wasnt an owner found for the four told him to invest m a canco uress ior sUalitrisg fell asleep in nry chair upon the deck JFKYSICIAK ANB RGEfiR I and fifty feet in width and twenty eight or bamboos suffering it is hardlv an equiv Then the main or sleep- hundred and ten dollars continual How long I lay there I have no recol- Â¬ in depth and here some years ago dur ing room is from four to six feet higher the old woman alent Chicago Journal No Nor for the watch nor for the As the old man left the office he lection but I was awakened by a violent ing an unprecedented run of fish a most than the veranda with its floor from XUzexi Green Kr Thank you raised his hat and said blow on my face and looking up sud- Â¬ remarkable scene was enacted The en- Â¬ seven to ten feet above the ground The one hundred and five dollars cither What do you do with all you find Marse William and ef yer eber git in denly I saw what appeared like a gigan Â¬ tire country roundabout was aroused veranda is the place of cooking eating WIT AND WISDOM Offers Ms services to the people of Wolfe an our profit I aint adjoining counties tic rope suspended from the trees and and so alarmed were the fish in the visiting buying and selling But you had Keep it Its luck on this trip I such or pesterment wid er ooman an no very good its in my possession to justify yer Ill moving away into the gloom In a river below that they moved up towards would look in vain for stove oven lire When a nation gives birth to a mar DR J Mi KASH anything but Detroit Free who is able to produce a great thought moment back it came swinging like a Rubibinsk in a solid mass like a great place or ehimney A bed of earth or aint afound little trinklcts smallI change turn dercomplermint and reckon Press srrcat pendulum this time passins wave as the space grew narrower thev ashes in one end of the veranda and few go another is born who is able to under- on with mv work better PHYSICIAN ANB SURGEON a stern of the vessel as it swunj bvi became more compressed and liniilly is the center of the kitchen a large jar Id stand and admire it JouberL Watching And he went A FREE DINNER heard a chattering noise and immedi- - at the town just mentioned the river of water two or three small earthcrn very carefully ason piled up in the dust Uncle The baby has its fathers front of it TTazee Greek Kr at civ Kiw that it was a rope of living was fairly blocked with them and up pots for cooking one for rice and the his Washinqlon How Charles Thome Jr Once Procured nose Mother And my mouth- - Under long handled broom How many I have no con monkeys usu Star Yes and with papas nose and mam- a Meal at San Francisco Tenders bis professional services to the citt ception but they were suspended from and down the stream for a considerable other for some kind of curry are ol 2es6 of Wolfe and adjoining counties Office a tall palm near us that leaned over the distance there was an actual bridge of ally sufficient a water dipper made Long years ago when the late Charles mas mouth there is precious little roonx the on Broadway txesidence left for forehead sturgeons F Independent forced cocoanut shell a wooden ladle for bodies their THE PRIMITIVE TELESCOPE Thorne jr was a young actor strug- creek and ivere endeavoring to form a out wooden platter in of while water very bad mairy rice pot a broad Boys p gling with the dramatic chills and fever sometimes are sometimes no better and bridge by which they coidd cross dry by the squeezing process were thrnst en- Â¬ which to put the rice when cooked and parents are If r The Instrument with Which the Rings ol shod J and their attempts cerÂ¬ tirely out upon the backs of others In around which the family squat to eat common to actors in the early stage of boys have any inalienable right it is U Saturn Were Discovered HAZEL CKEENf KY tainly showed them to be pos fact the Volga was bridged with fish with one or two brass or iron spoons foi Soon after the death of Galileo the their career it came on suddenly very a good homeand a decent example sessed of remarkable intelligence and excited fishermen armed with clubs the currv with perhaps two or thre msiQin accouchebi As morning was approaching I and spears dashed upon the monsters earthcrn dishes constitute the furniture telescope was further perfected by Huy- - cold for him once and he had nothing X Y Herald to memorize except the bills of fare Here Professor how do you like could soon observe their every morion Tables spoons knives gens who in the first place invented Tenders hisjprofessional services t the peo Their plan was to have three or four of standing on their backs and jumping of the kitchen Very much inhung outside of the restaurants of the my new tragedy ple of Wolfe and adjoiainj counties Offlc from one struggling fish to another now forks cups and saucers etc were noi the form of eje pieee which still bears deed Especially the robbenn they are Â¬ the strongest and stoutest monkeys at with one foot on one and one on another seen among them period Ambition left his mind and setat residenceon Hazel Green Heights Chicago Interior his name and gives a large fiat field tled in the gastric juices of his stomach first rate In fact they are the best the end just as jou have these lirm Surely it was a remarkable sight Men with very sharp definition Many vari- He had no money to satisfy it He neg-- thieves I ever heard of even the worddw granite pillars here These fellows women and children walked upon fish HOTELS SHREWD COWS other books grasped the branches of the palm with and dragged them upon shore as they ations of form but no improvement in lected the theatrical posters and studied they speak are stolen from Y Journal X their feet tails and hands then two could while the fishermen standing Ho iv Thev Avoid the Dangers of th the seeing quality of telescopic eye-Â¬ Ham and eggs fiftv cents and Ephlum what makes so many cat others grasped them in the same way amid the struggling mass killed hun kind ft was early days Accommodation Car pieces have since beeu made so that legends of that SAZBLGEEEN KY WellX and lowered themsplves down receiving dreds For several hours this curious a prac- Â¬ tails grow in dis heah pon in San Francisco and they had A citizen of Cheviot was taking a from this time all improvements in the tice of sounding a gong at meal times to would say doan you know Why dey in a similar manner several more and warfare continued but finally the jam D- - S- - CODSE Y Proprrstor llsej in turn others until iinally a rope was broken and the great mass of fish visitor out home with him recently in telescope have been necessarily confined inform the neighborhood that the meals grows up from kittens dat people hex to the object glass drowned in de pon of course PeahTk n- Charley Patronaare Ja respectfully solicited from or swinging column of monkeys hung surged ahead and continued their mi- Â¬ his carriage and along the line of the Huvgens next enlarged the single- - were on along whenwas passing disco of like you wimmen folks doan know nnf-especially the traveSnn from the branch everybody inore Others now attached gration leaving hundreds of dead and Westwood Railroad they noticed a num a man rushed out puliWct First class iJLdcriiiiHibdationsaBd lens object glass to its greatest possible soltcb Life themselves here and there until the l restaurant and banged a gong in his fin bout agricultshaw G F Holder in ber of cows feeding on the commons power wounded befiind vatisfaction guaranteed riis largest teles cope nan an ear He stopped walked in sat down or even four deep Youth s Companion were perhaps three Sensible men are very rare A sen- Â¬ near the track object glass live inches in diameter with the air of a lord in a society drama sible man does not brag avoids intro- - -and the column thirty feet long It JEULUIfcATraC Thats bad policy said the visitor and a focal length of one hun- and ordered and ate a royal meal- - He ducing the names of his creditable com- Â¬ tiien hlmg against the trunk of the tree HAZEL GI1EEN KY A CALCULATING MACHINE this enor- Â¬ was through and sticking his hand in panions omits himself as habitually asj dred and twenty feet but as it became complete the last What asked the citizen A Contrivance that KlTerts the Jlost Com mous focal length being abso Â¬ the breast of his coat he put on a digni Â¬ another man obtnides himself in the dis the others and monkey that Letting those cows feed there 1 JOHNH PIERATT Proprietor had his arms was held byto push against plicate el Calculations blur Â¬ free began should think a locomotive would take a lutely necessary to reduce thecolored fied and aristocratic stride and was course and is content with putting hik The calculating machine invented by leg oft of one of them ever now and ring effect of the prismatically the- - tree and so moved the living rope a iHIti walking out fact or theme simply on its ground fringes as well as spherical aberration Er xne table Is supplic with tlie best io little Another push was followed by Prof Thompson appears to excel in its then Look here said the proprietor Emerson j Â¬ the market and ort ciass accommodatioa others until the column finally began ingenious adaptation to a variety of re- Â¬ that a Little Johnny Fizzletop got a scold Dont you I never have heard of such an acci to such moderate limits to tMo magnify gently interrupting him Killtbe furnished for Bian and beast 72 hundred propose to pay for this ing power of upward to swing with a long sweep and it was sults even Babbages wonderful appa- Â¬ dent ing for tearing his new pants He fell diameters could be employed during one of these movements that I ratus By means of the mere friction wnile running and split them at the Pay Pay What do you mean Dont the cows ever walk on the MORGAN HOUSE To have watched Hirygcns at work said hi had evidently been struck Oh you bad boy Of disk a cylinder and a ball the ma Yes pray knee p track fc with his telescope must have been an WESIilBEHTFKY r But the monkeys apparently knew chine is capable of effecting numerous You must be under some mistaken mother angrily how did you cometobt Yes J fefK amusing sight Its great length pre- Â¬ impression I careless as to tear your pants what they were doing and seemed to complicated calculations which occur n Pvy No certainly not And they never get run down cluded the use of a tube and therefore H COLE JAMES Proprietor 11UU UiU What in thunder did you come in couldnt help it ma 1 fell so quick I Not that ever I heard of the highest application of mathematics UJJUH IUU UUU TJL1G CUU1L1J ob- IXWiJ the pushing and every time they didnt have time to take them oft re- Â¬ here for and eat a meal like that to physical problems and lay its aid an How do you ac- an assistant was obliged to slide the That s strange Patronape of the traveling public is re gained a little the pendulum swinging unskilled person may in a given time count for it ject glass up and down a vertical pole I came said Charley drawing plied Johnny Boston Globe pectfully solicited Table always suppled one hundred feet high by a cord while himself to his full height over the wateruntil perform the work often expert mathe Â¬ I came on Very easy Youseethecowsalwayt ft My husband is so poetic said wiihthe best in the siarket Stable attached farther and farther finally it went so near a branch on the maticians The machine is applicable walk in the same direction the train Huvgens pointed the eye piece at the your invitation came because you one lady to another in a Seventh street I object glass by sighting along a string banged that gong -- Merchant Traveler other side that the leader grasped it and alike to the calculating of tidal mag Â¬ goes ASHLAND HOUSE car theother day- - Have you ever tried connecting the two meanwhile steady Â¬ the bridge was completed That this netic meteorological and other periodic And with a stride that paralyzed the rubbin his jints with hartshorn linimeat SNBAS POST OFFICE ing himself by resting his elbows ona proprietor he passed out into the bright was eminently satisfactory was evident phenomenal it will solve differential A Cold Blooded Vagabond interrupted a beefy looking mum A more world rSan Francisco Chronicle two legged wooden horse I i tEXDJGTON KENTUCKY from the chattering that came all along equations of the second or even higher i woman with a market basket at her difficult and unsatisfactory contrivance t the 1MMXA- there was no undue hastt powers or orders anu Jt it l uie inrougn A tramp strolled into a Texas billiard to use can hardly be imagined yet with feet who was sitting at her elbow ftSMUSUL flEST KISS as the end monkey had ob Â¬ same wonderful arrangement of me and as soon overheard the remark Thatll straight- Â¬ Origin of Familiar Things saloon and solicited alms He was in- this telescope in 1655 he discovered tained a good hold two others from the chanical part-- the problem of finding en him out as quick as anything I know the rings of Saturn and one of its sat- Â¬ flBOSWELL SONS Proprietera other side crossed over quickly and the tree motions ol any numuer oi mu deed a pitiable object Book keeping was first introduced into of if he haint got it too bad-Wash- Â¬ Charles P Howard in Popular I havent had anything to eat for i ellites placed themselves by him to help secure tually attracting particles unrestricted England from Italv by Peele in 1569 It ington Republic Science Monthly CAMPTON HOUSE the hold Then the word was evidently by any of the approximate suppositions week he said plaintively No I never could remember anec-Â¬ was derived from a system of algebra given that the bridge was open for over reouircd in the treatment of the lunar CAMPTO KX The gentlemen who were playingpoo Professor Asa P Green of Troy O published by Burgo at Venice NotaÂ¬ dotes said a busy merchant to a majat rushed a chattering creamin troop and planetary theories is done by simply felt sorry for the man and raised a doL of leisure who called on him at hfc is afflicted with a disease resembling St some on all fours others standing up turning a handle A 1 bun AUX i ASBURY Proprietor lar and a half for him Jingling thi Vitus dance causing him to walk in a ries public were first appointed by the office Ive too many other things t right waving their long tails Avhile the money in his hands Thats qneer why I could very peculiar manner much like the Fathers of the Christian Church to make think of The table 1 supplied with the Haoicest v mothers carried the little ones all in a Salaminbo a historical romance come into this pool il gait of a drunken man A policeman a collection of the acts or memoirs of sit right down and tell yon stories for a I believe Ill ud in tbe market aad the charge arer onable Saial inducements to Ct lumerciaJ hurry now to get over and relieve the whose scenes of fierce war and warm the gentlemen have no objections Indeed WiH in Cleveland recently took him to the martyrs in the first century Signals to week without stopping bridge A very ancient looking monkey love are laid in Cartilage is considered tourists l I am going out now donors were somewhaJ station house where he was released The generous excuse me as was the last to cross and he picked his the masterpiece of Flaubert the great surprised but not so much so as they wen used at sea were first contrived by you In aboat When will you be back It is said that he was once sent to the be way over in such a deliberate manner French author Its coloring is splendid when he having utilized their subsidy t Ni Y Journal Good day being drunk and James n when he was Duke of a week Buffalo workhouse for that I laughed aloud whereupon ensued and5ts plot -- weird and the authors come into the game got away with tin served ten days before his real condition York in 1665 They were afterwards IK THE OU REUABXX Menny people spend their time trie- scene The old fellow nearly style is so peculiarly his own that Sa a curious improved by the trench commander in to find the hole whar sin got iuta pot and invited the crowd to step up t was discovered Buffalo Express lost iiis balance for the monkeys at the lammbo was considered an untrans- Â¬ the bar and irrigate at his expense Tourville and by Admiral Balchen i the world If two men break throgfe end released their hold and the entire latable work but the task has at length Texas A friend of President Arthur kept Raw silk is said tohave been first made the ice into a mill pond they had better Siftings bridge swung over The moment it been accomplished by M French Shel Â¬ watch of the newspapers and clipped in China about 150 B C It was first hunt for some good hole tew get cleared the water each monkey seemed don and the book- will be published OF HAKTFORD OOSK The Noitok and Copper Rivers ir out everything that was said about his brought from India in 274 and a pound rather than enter into a long argu- Â¬ to release nis grasp dropping hereand by Saxon Co London and Just before of it at that time was worth a pound of ment about the hole they cum to fall in explored for The introduction has been Alaska were recently men They tht matrimonial intentions Wfeicb DeaI- la Reliable Indemaltj Kol there and scampering off among the New York CBewx Xasaraace yarj his term expired these clippings were all gold The manufacture of raw silk was Thare iz sum pholfe in this worltl tree tops with loud chatterings and cries written by Edward King the American first time by white width pasted in a handsomely bound scrap Fntroduccd into Europe from India by who spend their whole lives a imBtiBg What they would poet and the volume is dedicated to from a mile to five miles in of rage and Silk dresses were and Fir Tistod have done if I fear alarmed them before Henry M Stanley the famous explorer Noar the banks in various places an book and presented to him On the some monks in 550 Christian at Work after righteousness and kant find esy Timh had fuminj cover was stamped a figure of Cupid firt worn in 1455 ka active volcanoes raging and time tew pracs I hardly know butsome wouldprobably V THEliESTISSHECEXAPESI Canyons abound whos with a quiver full of arrows and the o ood deal like money th more a ba A good constitution is likea money- - and sputtering have gone overboard Births exceed the deaths in the worid naz of it the moreheseesistew waL -Many were called but nouc CAPITA I saw the same bridgemakingmany box the full value of it is never prop- - rocky sides Yare from 1000 to 2000 fee words chosen by three per minute Boston Budget Washington Star were high N Tribune Josh Billings nines in me- 4 interior ami u was uueu erly known until it is broken-iw-- ci a ioaipK KT mum i THE SOUTH POLE Its Discovery to bo the New Craze Anion j FORTUNES IN FILT SPWICIR -- V t - -- ter-ay-l- re - -- ti- y- 4 - JTTQRHEY -- - AJJORNEY 4 -- PUBLIC Â¬ 4 Ow non-rest-den- ts - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ y b tattlbee m x msm in Â¬ i - Â¬ BAYHOUSE BOUSE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - 1 -- - t X mm 1 ad Â¬ Â¬ -- - Insur Your Property Fiiii Annua - Goipy - otr f V j Trjd - - - - K - rwae eeiae ITt7T 42lwm IlftnMdh UiirdSTd Teef i i AtWvyS MS ACvaeee fact we have started plowing acain I Tostoffi as have never seen as warm a winter so Hazel late re a at ti clas Greoa far iince Ihave been in the West mail matter aecoad We have had a very dry fall lakes and creeks are dry that I never knew FEKGE COOPEE Editor dry before It makes stock water a little 4 BPfiMi nth it has been warm and nice melt- jcd Off all the snow and i nn warm j enough to work without a coat on In The House Committees Louisville Commerciil FOR SEVEN YEARS i irXDSTESDAY HAZEL GREEN KY JAN 13 1886 - KeetieB Tint Moaday in Angaat 1SSC For Circuit Judge 13th District Democratic Ticket JOHN E COOPER For Commonwealths Attorney Col L M DAY CesatTAtterBer Coastv Ceart Clerk tharis G T Cirwdt Coart Clerk Aeeeeser W-- G scarce but leyond that it makes no in- Â¬ convenience This country will stand a great deal of dry weather In fact it has been said upon good authority that there have been ciops planted and matur-Â¬ ed without rain on them The health of the country is good We had a very pleasant Christmas and the weather now looks more like spring than winter Happy New Year to vou and success to THE Heiulid Yours Truly Caleb May Cesaty Jsge G B SVA2tGO J C LYKIXS W-- DAVID HOGG CENTEE CRUEY Jailer GEO W DRAKE Sarrever H BURNS KASH Cereer FIELDEN COX Ceeaty Bekeel Sept JOHN U ROSE W F ELKIN8 ABBeBscemeBti We are aatberiied te announce 3 M COMBS a candidate tor the office of Sarrey- er of Breatkiu coasty subject to the action f the Democratic party --- Bredhltt H Whatever may be said against the it Befd p Equalisation Auditor Fayette iJewittrwho should have more practical Experience in the duties pertaining to it than any one else in this Commonwealth ia lis annual report says The last Legislature created a State Board of Equalization whose duty it is to equalize the burdens of taxation as between counties This Board after having found from the returns of the assessors the gross valuation of all property within the State is directed to ascertain the proportion which the assess ed value bears to a fair cash value the per centum thus obtained is taken as a ctate average and those counties show iaga higher valuation are reduced to this average per centum while those falling below it are necessarily raised to it The property is considered in three classes lands town lots and personal property By the action of the Court ef Appeals in the case of Goodloe against Auditor all monies in hand or in bank stand as assessed In estimating the relation of the as- values to cash values the Board ieDends udou information obtained from emciak and citizens of various counties Ik the value of lands and town lots tfcey have before them the transcripts furnished by the county clerks of all ales made during the year The pro-Â¬ ceedings of the Board for the years 1884 and 1885 are before you The most casual examination of the Tarious tables to be found in the AuditÂ¬ ors Heports from year to year wherein Are set forth the assessed values of the various lands of property in the respective cerities wiu snow great necessity for some such equalization When we Sad a county which i in no wise dis Â¬ tinguished for the fertility of its soil and having no highways of commerce Msccbed At ygTeater valuation than an- Â¬ other county of greater area of at least equal ftrility and having great lengths of railroftls and turnpikes we know there is uesd of equalization When we find the cattle of one county assessed at 3esg thamtwo dollars per head and those Of another county which is well known to contain the same grade of cattle asÂ¬ sessed at four or five dollars per head we know there is need of equalization When we find the horses mules and cattle of a county which is noted throughout the country for its high grades assessed at 30 or 40 per cent less than those of a county within whose Vorders are to be found only the commoner class of stock we know there is need of equalization Need of equaliza Â¬ tion which can not be effected at the hnds of the assessors and can only be provided by some such agency as this Board1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ftssuilor Bixema Bigfe Xicemse Bill Louisville Truth One of the most important questions that will occupy the present Legislature is that of high license for salpons Sen- Â¬ ator Dixon of Henderson and Union has spent some months making a study of the high license laws and the results of their operations in all thehlgh license States He has prepared a bill which resembles the Harper Law of Illinois and which will undoubtedly pass unless some other bill to the same effect is pre-Â¬ ferred Senator Dixons bill imposes a State license of 500 upon the sale of spirituous liquors and 150 upon beer It also makes it obligatory upon all cities and towns to impose a local license of 250 and 100 respectively This would increase the license on spirits to 750 and on beer and wine to 250 or in the aggregate make the general license near-Â¬ ly three times as great as at present There is little doubt that a high license Anybody said Senator bill will pass Dixon recently who was in the last Legislature and observed how easily the paohibition element carried all the local prohibitionary legislation it wanted can not doubt that there will be in the present body a strong element determin- Â¬ ed to bring about some sort of legisla- Â¬ tion looking toward a stricter regulation of the liquor traffic I am against pro- Â¬ hibition myself but I think a high license will be a great public benefit and it will satisfy the public Indeed it will satisfy the main body of those who have become prohibitionists because the liquor traffic has not been properly reg-Â¬ ulated and taxed The new bill ought to make the penalty of keeping a tip- Â¬ pling house larger It is now only 60 and many a man wll take the chances of rather than pay 750 when e can only be fined 60 So long as the Legislature is occupied with petty local bills it matters little who are members or who head the com mittees The present session having been segua wim a promise oi some impor- Â¬ tant work it may be of interest to con- Â¬ sider who are in a position to become leaders The House committees named yesterday are headed generally by men of real ability That on revenue and taxation is headed by William L Jack son Jr who has in charge already a comprehensive scheme of reform for the revenue laws that on the judiciary by Ignatius A Spalding probably the ablest of public men in a large section of wes- Â¬ tern Kentucky that on ways and means by Bernard A Neale whose recent edit- Â¬ orial work on the Mayfield Monitor showstthe excellence of his views upon State affairs upon criminal laws by Phil B Thompson Sr whose legal practice and general interest in public matters qualifies him well that upon corporate institutions which will scan many bills for charters by Richard A Jones an ex- Â¬ perienced member who will be aided by several warm opponents of trivial local legislation that on railroads by James H Mulligan that on General Statutes by HarveyftTyers and that on Codes of Practice byWilliam C 0ens It is too early to predict what these gentlemen will accomplish but there is reason for satisfaction at the very beginning of tbe session that so much capacity and intel- Â¬ ligence are displayed at the heads of the important committees FOB SALE A Saw Mill 30 Horse Power With Edger DEALERS IS GENERAL HEiHAHWSE HAZEL GKREEN KY Carry in stock the LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF GENERAL MERCHAN DISE IN EASTERN KENTUCKY Ilaviae the experience of raaav years ia ear Mas at business we feel justified in asserting to the trade both Wholesafa and Retail- w do can and will meet the wanta of our patrons and make it to your ra teres t patxeaaM as We have an immense stock of everything yon want or need iadadlBf JTF - DAY n i i J as Good as New tat running order Only been ran 8 months All in good DRY GOODS NOTIONS CLOTHING Boots Shoes Hats Caps- - Drugs Groceries Queensware Hardware Saddlery Cutlery Live Stock and all kind Capacity 15000 Day Ft Per Leaf Tobacco H H Country Produce quality Walnut delivered at the head of the Coal Koad and will send a good man to set it up to saw the lumber to pay for the mill Thid is a rare chance Call and see us Mr W L Ulake the vubjeet otibe above sketch with the Evening Chronicle St E W BAEKETT LUMBER CO Louii Mo in answer to the inquiry of a re- Â¬ Mt Sterling Ky porter said For seven Years I had been ailing with catarrh and during that time have been treated by six eminent phyaicians THE JOHN SHILLiTO COMPANY without success Some doctors told me I had consumption For the nast three years Wholesale and Retail Dealers in I had a continual discharge of mucous drop prings in the throat a cough and pain across my forehead Added to that was loss of memory voice appetite roaring in the ears and a general feeling of wretchedness About five months ago I cousulted Dr Turner To- Â¬ day I am as well as everhare gained twenty pounds and dont detect a trace of my old trouble Yes sir I would be pleased to an Â¬ swer by letter any person suffering from that dread disease Louis Turner If D has offices at S19 Washington av St Louis Mo and has in Race Sevreath George Streata private and hospital practice of over tbirtv years treated with wonderful success all O curable cases Treatment of deformities and surgery a specialty NOT NECESSARY TO SEE patients By my original system of SHIVELY consultation I can treat patients by mail as Poatoffica OampbellsTille Xy successfully as in personal consultation Patients can consult me by mail on all Dis Â¬ WITaT eases of the Blood Stomach Liver Bowels Heart Nerves General Debility and all dis Â¬ eases peculiar to tha sexes Uo exhorbitadl charges Consultation at office and by mail Ambacii Burgunder Co one dollar 8end One dollar for a full consultation by mail on receipt of which I will thoroughly investigate your case Medicine furnished free to patients If you are sick or ailing write me No letters answered unless accompanied by 4 cts in stamps Ad- Â¬ dress all letters to Dr LodisTdrxkr 819 17 and 19 Hopkins Place Washington Avenue St Louis Mo Will exchange it for First and Second taken in exchange for Goods- or in aeiilefcitrit of Notes and Accounts aafYour trade ia respectfully solicited J T E-- DAY IAIIAI flfiM B ANODYNE a V a DRY GOODS AalwaiSrMClaU VwralgUk XmaMh WaanmttiiTTtatiiyaa laf OMUrZwoopiacCeii CfeaZrcV ClmrCatS TiyttK SJST CtTBSB SlyatSMrta Orw UMU1 MAKE tic Hill IPUT tV LaJpraaaMoei reu-arUI -- -- iV Bead this please We have carried slow customers until we are loaded down and it is impossible to continue to credit those whose notes and ac-Â¬ counts are past due We must have pay from you and will take live stock at its value on notes and accounts Donot call for credit even if you are good if you are owing us and have not settled We mean what we say J T A F Day Â¬ Look Here CARPETING PARSONS I Cincinnati The pill war a reUrra i all manner of dlaeM Tk ptn J1b4 oat abaat taeci aa - sVrT Cm mtmmXfm mm e wofU CW HhMTidant Condition rawaer u MoiaMiy aaa aJchiy oon eetratod Oneoaoe la worth jxraod of any other kind It la b trim with food Bold rvafTMrhar or seat by aaaU tor S5 BBH Uy KHIBI pnpUd IOC BUlfc tttL 8olderrTwhrorBtb-tkllori3-Da- aTatavtDUiBsaawetf Wlfl J will eattfe bc U waeta alwty be tajakflU Os mil aete ai Waa Ii BLOOD PILLS Knijr J Dr11 JOat3raOXSlOO0gan3 aT3LBdaa aw r Me f ts m va a avUM kea HAKE HENS LAI Bla iS - oklekaa book aUiUnmi la gold aavl caenr u ir or mailtrw l ZIV- - of aratc Married Her Owa Son Bloody Christmas Licking Valley Bcorcher The dailv Dress teems with accounts of murders and attempted mur ders ail traceable directly ormdirectly to two causes immoderate drinking and carrying concealed deadly weapons How are these two giant evils to be ar- Â¬ rested This question appeals to Ken- Â¬ tucky statesmen for solution and it is to be hoped that our solons now in session at Frankfort will respond to it in a man- Â¬ ner that will satisfy the public demand and crush the two evils out forever Let pistols be taxed out of existence Tax the wholesale and retail dealer in pistols and cartridges in such sums that they cant anord to pay it lax the owner of Breens Liniment is pronounced by all a pistol in such an amount that he can who have used it to be the greatest rem- Â¬ not aflord to keep it Punish the party edy for rheumatism sprains cuts bruises found with one concealed on his person etc Sold by with stripes on the bareback not exceedJ T F Day Hazel Green Â¬ Exchange Mrs Samantha Goodloe residing near Madison Square New York City about three years ago married her own son The discovery was recently made They have left the city and efforts are being made to hush up the matter Mrs Goodloe married Amasa Turner of Low- Â¬ ell Mass twenty years ago She was sixteen years old Shortly afterward a son was born Mrs Turner fell into bad habits and her husband left her tak-Â¬ ing the boy He went to San Francisco was divorced amassed a fortune and died leaving his son Mrs 500000 Turner meantime married Sylvester Goodloe at Camden N J lived with him five years when he died leaving her his fortune She came to New York and took up her residence near Madison Square where most of her time was spent with young men After the death D of his father in San Francisco the son Harrison Turner came to New York met Mra Goodloe who was infatuated with him and the two were married Recently he went to San Francisco to attend to business and brought back with him some of his fathers papers bearing on the divorce The mother saw them and the whole secret was re- Â¬ vealed She had married her sdri Â¬ Saw Mill for Sale cluding Hazel Green Academy Brain secured tbe services HAYS and the third term will coiasaeaca AUGUST 318T 1SS5 and coatiaaa tea 10 BBontha CLOTHING I hare a satr mill which I wlstt 10 to sell in Â¬ TEN HOBSE ENGINE HAZEL GREE2T KT The Trustee of this institution have BALTIMORE MD 1 I B 31 Tbe saws are 52 and 30 inches respective y The large is the DISTON CJQSSEL BIT and the Mill a No 1 STANDARD GABE SCOTT CO ofProKS 1 THE- 1PP BEAN f toSP rtf SUGAR W P3l bJbV CATHARTIC l COATED j Hazel Green is the most desirable locaÂ¬ tion in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky la and noted for the advantages it has P W DEJABXETT charcae tearpraaetj aecietr P OBox502 and health Paws Kt This school present advantage wkJei T DAY are not equalled in the State ia asaay parÂ¬ ticulars and its fatura ia destined tavworioe Marshal and General Detective food to our country which will bejWk Terms reasonable for botkitmitioa aaai MAYTOWN KY baaral Tor terms Ac apply to Will attend to ferretintr ont criminals ia Praf N B JY8 PrafjAL anj part of the country and guarantees sat ufoction merery case where employed Orders by mail promptly attended to Address iaSaa-day-schoo- av NEW BUGGY WORKS MT STERLING Happiness KY Main Street KENTUCKY IStST-CLABe Conroy Headache Xausea Dizziness and Drowsi Â¬ ness Thcr stimulate the Stomach Liver and Bowels to healthy action assist diges- Â¬ tion and increase the appetite They combine cathartic diuretic and tonic properties of the greatest value aro a purely vegetable compound and may be taken with perfect safety either by chil Â¬ dren or adults E L Thomas Fraraing ham Massj writes For a number of years I was subject to violent Headaches arising from a disordered condition of the stomach and bowels About a year ago I commenced the uso of Aycra PHb mnl have not had a bcaducho since WF nannah Gormley P O York Co Ont writes I IiavciMed Ayers PiJIs fordho last thirty years and can safely say that I have never found their equal as a cathartic medicine I am never without them In my house C D Moore Elgin HI writes Indigestion Headache J and Loss of Appetite had so weakened and debili Â¬ tated my system that I wa obliged to give up work After being under the doctors care for two wcclcn without getting any relief I began taking Ayrrs Pills My appetite and strength returned and I wa soon enabled to resume my work in per- Â¬ fect health Shore SECON- CURE Keep on hand BUCKBOARDS and D-HAND Paint all kinds of work BUGGIES andBepair and reaclts from that true eoateatsaeat wa4ee Indicates perfect heaka of body aadasfai Yea may posses it if you will purify aad Invigorate your blood witk Ayeri Sane parilla E V Howard 2Tewpart 3TX writes I snlered for year wHk SeVacV uloui homora After usisg twa aiKiaaef Ayers Sanaparilla I MT STERLING Found Will receivelMr Shores special attention CONROY k SHORE Give us a call ing thirty nine for the first offense and confinement not less than one nor more than five years in the penitentiary for the second offense and it will stop There is no use of giving sugar coated treatÂ¬ ment to this offense it must be punished as a hideous crime against society in or- Â¬ der to arrest it Let the axe be laid at the root of tree and thiB tide of blood stopped Draw the rope3 closer about the rumseller and render him infamous when convicted of debauching our young men or better still crush the sale of it in the State Take awav from corporations and courts the right to li cense crime D D Laxdsjlw Stillwater Cassjdy Robinson Campton Kentucky Exhibit New Orleans Times Democrat There ii no display in the Govern- Â¬ The State Auditors report shows a de-Â¬ ficit of 29318552 notwithstanding there was received 512500 derived from the sale of bonds in New York a few Months ago The Auditor estimates the deficit of the ensuing year will be 196 28552 The Tate of taxation was in- Â¬ creased five cents on the 100 which yielded an increase of revenue of 160 000 But tha Legislature which made this increase recklessly made appropria ttoae amounting to more than 284000 The result of such legislation might have been foreseen Boubon News -- How could it be otherwise when the Iegislature remained in session 135 days recklessly wasting our money in passing local appropriation bills at an expense of nearly 1500 per day when it should hive adjourned at the expiration of 60 days the constitutional limit of a session Senator Taulbee the good natured Beaator from Morgan is the first man to jump on the Board of Equalization he having asked leave yesterday 4th to bring in a bill to repeal the act - which the board was created Ex ndeSenator Haggard who stood sponsor for the bill two years ago will be heard from by the committee to which Mr Taulbees bill is referred Courier Journal -- it Ymm tke Lob Star State Editor of Tax Hazel Giieex Herald 100 for a years subscription to your paper I ssi glad to know you are still prosper isg with your dear old Heeald Al Â¬ though away here in Texas I find my ieart still wandering back to the famil iar scenes of my dear native land and often when comparing it with other places I have foun 1 in my wanderings it is always to me the garden spot of the world Wo are having beautiful weath Â¬ er in Texas now Have had no snow yst and but little rain The thermom- Â¬ eter stood about 60 on the 24th and 25th Â¬ Deae Sib McLedon Texas Dec 31 1885 Enclosed please find v2cL will return as I amhinking of making Texas ay home bud -- would be elad to eetany of my Kentucky friends I expect you have had joyous sleigh rides there while we have had warm pleasant weather here The crops are all gathered and farmers are preparing lor another crop I will does hoping you all have enjoyed a Jlerry Christmas and a happy New Year Yours Eespectf ully Which the better for the manufacturer John W McClaix The American system protects the man ufacturer the English system the people Jeift s in TJjLkoUu good If the theory Towns Dakota Dec 28 1S85 ernment is to tEat the end of good togov Â¬ do the greatest the of Txe Hazel Gseex Hekalo jrreatest number of neonle is correct the jM sum oik we nave oeen Tery asree- - English system is the correct one Are jyysappoited ior etace the little there more manufacturers than non wjater abost the fiat of the aaanuf acturers Â¬ --- of December I ment Building of greater intrinsic merit than that of Kentucky Its mineral and agricultural wealth as manifested by the exhibit Col Smith has made creates alike an impression upon capitalist and immigrant and millions in the way of investment ought to follow Her coal display represents more than fifty varieties embracing some large speci- Â¬ mens Her marble in quanity and character is a revelation even to the denizen of the Bluegrass country Her hemp exhibit is perhaps the best and largest here Her iron ores and timbers would be the pride of any State This exhibit was brought to this Exposition in Breens Linimennt is cerjtainly the best toto by Col Smith as late as November conbination of remedies for cornsneural last hence it is impossible to realize how the limited means afforded by his girpains in the frack and side atcever State have enabled him to do it Many produced J T F Day Hazel Green States would be unable to duplicate it D D L1ND3AW Stillwater after an expenditure of thousands of Cabsidy Robiseon Campton dollars and Kentuckians have reason to pride themselves on a State that posies Butler Mo Thomas Cat What is my ses such wonderful resources opinion of country newspapers If they were patronized in proportion to Tha Bscty of Pro t Hon their efforts to advance the interests of Oakland Cal Times Eight years ago the exports of wheat the people editors would be able to eat from India amounted to 9500000 In turtle soup out of silver tureens with 18S2 they had increased to nearly 44 golden spoons 000000 and the crop last year is said to Breens Liniment removes knots and equal that of the United States This all enlargements on horses or other stock change in India has been brought about within the past- ten years and from pres- No cure no pay Sold by J T F Dxy Hazel Green ent indications American wheat will D D LJLND3AW Stillwater soon have a competitor it will not know Cxssidy Robinsok Campton what to do with This great wheat industry in India has been started and worked up by England that she might have a market for her goods where she would not be compelled to pay enor- Â¬ mous duty on them And yet probably three fourths of our farmers in this country who depend on their wheat will fight against tariff- reform because they IS WARRANTED to enre Fever and are republicans and their party has pledged itself to the support of the pro- Â¬ JLfue Intermittent or Chill Fever Be Dumb Ague utteat tection so called which protects the Dengue Fever Break bone Billons Fever or Fever Liter iron monger of Pennsylvania and the Complaint and all diseases arising from factories of New England while the Malarial poisons farmer dupes go unprotected and will Harpers S C July 9 1884 soon be left without any market because For eighteen months suf of the policy they are helping to main Â¬ ered with Chills and Fever tain Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - States Federal Court District in Ken tucky puts himself on record as opposed to the reduction of the enormous tariff tax that the people are now paying and in doing so he opposes the recommendations of the President and the declara- Â¬ tions of his party in 1884 The passage of his bill would necessitate the appointment of another Judge District Attorney Marshal Clerk and a large approBOONEVILLE priation for a new court house building all of which must be paid by Lhe people OWSLEY COUNTY - KENTUCKY There ia no necessity for dividing Kentucky into two districts The business in the Federal Court docs not keep one Judge employed half his time ana it is A growing less each year In his campaign last year Mr Taulbee was an advocate of reform and economy in the administra- Â¬ A SANDERS Principal tion of public affairs Why this change We can say to Mr Taulbee that his con- Â¬ stituents are not willing to be taxed a few hundred thousand dollars simply to If 168 Njlnkie Fishee graduate 1881 create a court to furnish four men each 1883 Alltb Sakdem an office especially when it is as useless as the fifth wheel to a wagon Bebdix Sawders 1884 Preu Taulbees Bill Catlettsburg Democrat Congressman Taulbee of the Tenth District of Kentucky in the introduc- Â¬ tion of his bill tocreate a new United HAZEL GREEN KY Standi at the head of Low Prices wita evÂ¬ erything vou want in F McCHTIRE Boots Shoes Hats Clothing CALL AND SEE BOONEVILLE DRY GOODS NOTIONS GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGS FLOUR BACON Ac The money is what I want and I will give MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH than any other house in town Country produce taken in exchange for goods e great relief Jt haa entirelyreetcr health James Frenchr Atchlaoa Kaa To all perwaa autferiag 1roei writes Liver Complaint I would atroaglyreceai siend Ayers Sarsaparilla I was aaHIcU4 with a disease of the liver for nearly trre years when a friend advised me to take this medicine It gave prompt relief aiul baa cured me Xrs H 2 Kidder 41 Dwightsi Boston Haas writeer Far several years I have used AyersSaxs parilla in my family I sever feel safe eves Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ low icate School for Teachers At Home without It At a liver sedkasav-- as4 general purifier of tke blood it aa s equaL Jfcs A B Allea TTlnterpock My yoasgest child twi Va writes years of age was takes witH Bowel Ceea- plaint which we could sat cure We tried many remedies but ha coatiaaed to grew worse aad finally becazsa bo reduced ie flesh that vre could only sxve suae ape a pillow rlt was1 suggested by ee ef tke doctors that Scrofula might be the coeen ef the trouble We prscartd a beUle a a F McGUIRE FRANK TYLER Â¬ BLACKSMITH HAZEL GREEN KY aVHorse Shoeing a Specialty Buggiee wagons and all kinds of Farm Tools xaade Ayers Pills PREPARED BY and repaired ia the best maaner B T McCokmicx J M Cox Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell Mam Model Planing Mill 8oId by all Druggist Mccormick CO Rougk and Dnsstd cox Uiktr Dun TEACHEES CAN TIME LYTLE ENTEE AT ANY DEALERS 27 1858 Manufacturers of and Dealers is Sarsaparilla sad cHBTaHred givfeag it to kka Itwrely worked wonders for is a aawt taase ke wu eoapletely cureeV Bald by all DraggJata AYERS IU SASH BLINDS AXD ALL XI9DS O and the Fourth Term commences April 6th 1886 Tnino Term commences Jan Teems Boo and Teachers Tuition jbWrite per Term for Catalogue tree 1000 Third and Fourih 96 W Pearl St 6 CO ta POLLARD BUELDIXe MaXXaUAU Prlea 1 Mx Wttlca Prepared ky Dr MT STERLING KY MaeeUSA JC Ayr k Ce f T ewaX - Valuable Farm for Sail tha I offer for sale tbe farm kaowa Holderby place lying FOBSALEA W N HALDEMAN PtMMeat Containing 423 Acre Fifii Saw aad Bfisf Ml CINCINNATI O H DEAN miles below Hazel f the Orct H Xawa it Green on tha state road This lana has oa KITE A Good 2 Story Frame avweillna LOUISVILLE COURIERrJOURKIL Yel Wfcs f Importers and Jobbars 1 Ague Cure I AVERS do not know when I Which ia tfe Best Lexington Press While in London England recently Col A M Swope had a suit of clothes made which cost him twenty one dol- Â¬ lars It is an excellent suit and any- Â¬ where in America the same suit would have cost from sixty to seventy five dol-Â¬ lars America glories in a protective tariff while England enjoyB free trade Which is the system for the people having Chills every other day After trying various remedies recommended to cure used a bottle ofAyers Ague Cure and have never since had a chill I EDWIJT BARPXR rXKFXKZD ST Dr J C Ayer Co LowlL Xuc Sir I wiira a rmla I krt WnrW frr tk Talus of your ramedy proavpt mamy ar ia raalrto yenr roqaast wlit I kaaw tag hi of your CtuQ Car of iu lhe prirata ficacy 1 had aad the good reauha af iu fsTccts I kid obiarvad en Mr IL W Uaraditfe wka for store thaa fifteaa yaan kaa bead foraaum of my efice it ia my mmilr Tbe waits iadncad mt to kav baca aatiraly axtiiXoctory Tht first case woiea of twa studies ia tried I baliata cvary with temporary raÂ¬ known raaaady had baas il f tie chills retttrnlag periodically aad saaatisf ly Yoar cara broke them at with iacraasad a rarity ascaaad there ha txoa ao recurreae of them for store than six moatka Tbe other cat vu of a milder form aad yielded more readily to ether remedies bet tha chills would ratara at iatorTalt aaaU yoar madidae waa ased eiace which tima aowaerarsl moataa they hare entirely diaapseared From the opportaairy I have had to Judge f do aot heeuate to express my belief that your Chill Care is a ralaahla t pacific sad perforate all you promise fork Vry respectfully V HAtDEMAir Dr WmJrrrwM CHILL CURE Queensware Glassware Isnnua Orrics er tub Cacxna Jovasui N WINTERSMITHS DC c O W cor xiitc ni Walnt Cincinnati Purl containing 5 room besides kitchen and dia ing room There is a good well of fiat wa Â¬ ter and fine serines which yield an abaa- dance of pure stock water an orchard ef 48 Saw mi fcw eo oeanag appie ireea oi sorea wiswr and summer fruit youBg aad thrifty go4 barn and out baildings aboat 100 acre of POBTABLE BOILEB AND ENGUCX bottom land in good state of cultivation 60 ON SKIDS 15 HOESE POWEK acres of which is now in core 60 acxee of Freecfe barr aom roeks sadelvr improved table land and the remaining 363 acres timbered of which 163 acreria cover- Â¬ Bradford Mill Co recent overliaakaV ed with verv fiBest oak aad Boalar fail and now in firat clsea conditios rich aad productive and aaderlaid witk Apply to orddreei F M LONG Blandy Boiler Engine and Saw Worka AT A BARGAIN aci yr M M -- 24-isck j yr tt tu J P ROGERS cash and reaaainder Ia OrtartoMca Price 4500 one and two years Posaessioa eivea at once on reasoaabl terras Persoas desiriag to purchase can call on H C Herndon or W O Mix at Hazel Green or the ad FRENCHBUEG signed at Stantca Powell eoaatyXy Ifay 27 18S I W MAPEL Pine Bltumlneue Ceal Upper GrseeyMorf ceanty Ky CREENWADE HOtitl ITT ca coma BatALZaW TK Louis Stix Dry Goods Tetud Bjlct jutd Uinojr O Co j tatjshji Da Gao W Mooaa Paopaixroa COMBS VAUGHN e table ia witlb A lm i tke market aad the charge are reaaesakle ale x TXrOSTXU AXD JOBJBXJU 07 and Notions 8rxjn AND LIVE STOCK OF ALL KDiDS Cor Maim and Maries Streets CAMPTOH KY General Merchandise C P FRITZ LOUISYILLaV KY 5 LODGING HOUSE T Coraer Stk aad Jefersoa M WjnTXjfAw Niglrt Gleri The above well knows hotel Hazel Green containing 14 large rooms larre garden commodious stable Now en HAZEL GREEN KY SAVE YOUR MONEY AND BUY joys fine patronage and can be managed KENDALL HOUSE co ao ine oen ouiines oi any notei ia east Â¬ YOUB GOODS CHEAP Corner Maty jlxd Peestoicbbtjbg Stb ern Kentucky Will be rented fiosa April 1 18S6 for oae year Apply to c addrea WEST LIBERTY KY xrivmTarar -A AV J TXOK Maaf LOU DAY Proprietress JBS Mrs E C Kendall HOBSE SHOETNG- - A SPEOTALTT Or this office HaxeJ Greea Ky Ifakes and repairs all kinds of Farming Will repair Farmiof Teoia The table is supplied with the best the Tools Bnggies and Wagons yotir ptpreaTelopei ink peoa rvafoau etc JLakes plowa market afford i Experienced hand in charge Horse Shoeing will receive especial attest BUY c et TeptHKaiA elsV DATSBOEOUGH XT tioa of stable Charge reasonable CmCLNNATI Id by all DrucfUt J T PEERATT For RentDay House property lelrasee es Stk sp aaaira v- - BLACKSMITH BLACKSMITH -- E J ROGERS i A M NICKELL i i 5- U- 4 1 v ei m 1 f 1-- 4 J e WilMauM Sheets aceae Lawtsa Charley Howe traveling man for Trimble Tazewell County Items for The Herald Four Tiaaes ia Ike Back Dec 31 A dining was Cedar Bros Mt Sterling is howsedattheDay givsn the Bluff voungstsrs on the 29th inst by j Xst J B Xendall pastor of the M E cold T M Scott and lady We heartily con- Â¬ Charch South of this place furnishes Thk Houss in tbis place on acdount of the and says unless the weather mod gratulate their pretty and accomplished weather i Hekxls with the following account of the erates he will fight it oat on tbis Una if it daughter Miss Maggie on her delicious dinner but fear 6he has injured one of the attempted murder near Freachburg On yonng gents who was present by it Whilst it dxnertwaent inserted Tusday Jan 5th as Eugene Lawson the takes all summer La Washington dispatch gives the informa enjoying a regular old game of Blind first iaeerttea aad 25 son a of Jeremiah Lawson was returning m vumi Ksi ias eruen that Hon TV P Taulbee will head the Mans Buff Angus Frazier being blind- Â¬ from Wolfe county where he had been vis tion mads his way to and and Liquor folded a turkey leg madethe pantry door seizing Jor the iting relatives ie his home in Nicholas committee on Invalid Pensions Traffic much to the surprise of the gay party all county Ky immediately after crossing TVm Davis and Pearl Combs of Hindman of whom were trying to escape his out- Â¬ o Blackwater creek at Flatrock school hopse stretched hands jnalls arrived fr Ml Sterling Weit there suddenly f appeared in the road behind Knott county pasted through town Sunday Well Uncle Remus Otis Caldwell is f Caeaptsn or Jaokses ea Monday him living on the Blackwell farm in Poor Val- Â¬ a young man carrying a valise An en Â¬ list en rout to Frankfort the ML Sterling nail left tire stranger to him who gave his name as M Bollin Kash son of Hon J 31 Kash of ley Va Dr Peerv is getting along splen- Â¬ place left Sunday for Uampton where did has five children now three boys and two girls R F Cecil and family are well saw we did hira ifimstiee n George Williams As Lawson had been thiswill attend school mr aeec f his 3f ew Tsars present He aloae and in a strange country he was glad he McGuire of Hazel Green has gone to except his wife he has four children with F him now three girls and one boy his head to have company Hence a conversation tbe package weighed KJ ponad Lc county to see bis brother who is seri- Â¬ is getting gray T M Scott is getting along ensued ia which it seems that Williams en Tery well occasionally has a spell of rheu Â¬ i called to the advcrtisementl jdeavorsd to find out how much money Law ously ill matism of the heart Dr James Peery and this place was Spotts J JA 9 arsepwcr saw mill for sale Sosas son had if any but the object was unpercei v to D F M Thomas ofon professional called his brother-in-la- at CedarCBluff are keeping basi ths postollice last week Jackeou kai fsia who aa walaat tiia- - ed ky the latter until afterwards First he fat A Jolly entertainment was givsn the remarked that he would get them a quart nets young folks of the surroundiug country on iP the money when efbraady if he Bath and Rowan County 2fote the night of the 2Cth by Wade Steele and IhJMnKj Seeiety ef the Hasel Green Lawson informed had that he did not Owingsville Outlook him lady in honor of MissTicie Gillispie a very Aeavftessy W give a free entertainment in 1 some religious advice James Bramble a pretty and accomplished young lady Quite On Friday Jan drink and gave him a delegation from Indian attended report- Â¬ tke awer 2aiag a the jfighl ef the 22d Failing in this Williams proposed selling young man of this county was arrested on ing a nice time in general Jheijfassi Is invited him his gloves for 25 cents but was told by an old indictment for carrying concealed a Mrs B F Cecil has lately lost her right Lawson that he had nothing less than a pistol His trial being postponed he was eye Doctors pronounce it a cataract grown pleasant and Tesssie it She grieves a it Sercy Ledger Parties dollar in change- - Having thus obtained permitted to leave the court house accom- Â¬ overhas our heart felt great deal about has sympathy She but use- - the desired information nothing more was panied by an officer in search of bail and finished knitting a cotton counterpane con- Â¬ meuasTe umh ine the merits of thk Jaaf ae4ta4V4o by spaying at th office said until abont noon when Lawson sat getting a few steps in advance he made a taining 143 squares very pretty Who can down to eat a luncb inviting his companion break for liberty An exciting chase en- Â¬ beat it tt Hrn in anroll- - to share it which he did They then re- Â¬ sued The officer was soon distanced but Miss Nellie Scott returned home this even- Â¬ ceark ef thi ea Wednesday the sumed their journey and when near F A he stopped and put a pack of negro loafers ing from Jeifersonville where she had been Her iastr Thir is position worth S a day Stampers Williams suggested that there on the young mans track who succeeded in taking Christmas place escort being Win M Cecil of that 4M iaeiwaM kas very light His friends are was a ncarr way to Rothwell station across running him down and capturing him about Rev J W Browning is now holding a hit preferment through timber to the left of the main road two miles from town protracted meeting at Dailys Chapel May arte Not suspecting any danger Lawson went Thos Bailey a young man who lives nearj eucceis crown his elforts for he is an inde- Â¬ d John Maria TriatUe Nickel of with him into the forest but it was with town was arrested Christmas night on the fatigable laborer tkk place killed two red foxes on Taesday him as it was with David when he said He charge of firing off a pistol on the street W Floyd Clark and lady of Sword Creek Wedseedcy the 5tb and 6th inst on that hath- Russell county Va spent Christmas at their eaten brtad with me hath lifted and as the weapon was found on his person uucles R Cecil and returned home waters of Grassy Creek la Morgan up his keel Williams told he was tried on Friday last both for ths Sunday against m hehwihd 25 jends each him that ikey would soon come to a plain shooting and for carrying concealed a dead- S E Carr who has been attending school path when Indeed they ware going direct ly weapon and being found guilty was aen at this place has returned to his home at W leant fron David Morse who has Taberty Hill to enjoy Christmas vacation ef the work that sufficient scats for to a high cliff But after they had gone tenced to 10 days confinement in the county R F Cecil and daughter Julia paid Ho Presbyterian Church have been con about three quarters of a mile Williams jail and to pay a fine of 35 The case has nakerville Russell Co Va a visit on ths a4Ced to aval 60 or 75 persons comfortably dropped behind and just then Lawson since been appealed to the circuit court 18th returning home on the 20th coming upon a heap of brush was in the and a petition to Governor Knott for Baileys The ethers will be finished soon Accept my Bincere thanks kind editor act of turalag to tell Williams hhad better pardon is now in circulation for ths nice Christmas gift Most assuredly ls TT TahITia tfliirTin f4liA lead the way when he heard the report of Moses Little shot and killed John Marlow it is higly appreciated C of Rev E Bailey wittas M Federal Relations and holds his pistol and felt the sting of the bullet in Morehead on the night of Dec 2Sth Garden HVa are the and family ProfBurks HP guests of 5 ptfe b four ether committees viz Be-- Williams fired five times in quick succession These two men were brothers-in-lnand the Bailey and lady ligies Merak Propositions and Griev- - emptying the cylinder of his pistol it being difficulty is said to have grown out Marlows Kind editor fellow correspondents read Â¬ Comxi of Justice and Claims a 32 calibr of double action brutal treatment of his wife Littles sister ers of The Hekald and all wish a happy Lawaoastaggered and fell to his knees but Marlow was drunk at the time of the kill- Â¬ New i ear Tfc eeaaty Jevr was placed at 2 per regainingTiis feei and supposing that he was ing The murderer made his escape and Mrs Mollis Clark and Migs Nannie Ceeil JIQI t the last term ef the Morgan Cobb- - mortally wounded and also that Williams has not since httn heard of were the guests of Mrs Dr Jas Peery last ty Court while it is only 125 in our county intended to make a finish of him rob him Saturday Angus Frailer and Lonnie K Nixon made Hiirn 1ms as ad valorem of 15 seats on andletve his remains in that secluded spot Wher tbe Students Stop the 100 while we oly have to pay a tax to be bleached by the decending rain and The following is a list of students from a a flying visit to Jeffersonville on the ISth J C Huntwas in Indian on the 29th He f Iti eests ob the 100 beaten by the winters blast while the wav Â¬ distance who are attending Hazel Green is teaching school at Hunt school house Academy together with their respective Cards are out for a social to be given at Deepisc sot fmall things That slight ing pines murmured their requiem over hw boarding houses mangled form he drew his knifehis only James Banes New Years eve eiWje think ao little of may prove the W T SwanGo8 Geo H McClain and J B Hurt and J C Spotts paid Jefferson- Â¬ ferertuteer ef a complaint that may land weapon aad with the desperation of a man Harlan McClain Near town ville a Hying visit on ths 29th yesia the grave Avoid Ihis by taking in the hands of a murderer and in the jaws Mks Naxkik Kashb Edgar Kash and Born To the wife of Thos A Repass on Ayera Cherry Pectoral the beet of known of death he rushed at his antagonist telling Abraham Swaugo GABKEY G B Swango Ether Wilson and Logan the 26th a girl xeaediee ier colds coughs catarrhs bron- - him that he would kill him hoping thereby Linden ehkk iacipient consumption and all other to drive him back To his surprise he suc- Â¬ Godsey House S J Salyer Jas Clay OBITUARIES ceeded bu fearing that if he halted in his Cooper and Henry M Cox threat awl lsg diseases F N Day Charlcv Hieronymous charge it would givs the coward time to re- Â¬ I Hemorlsm Mbs Emily acy Miss Sarah Day We see k etaiedln the Vanccburg Cour load and there would be another contest hs Departed this life December 31st 1385 Misses Swtmji Howard DeBnsk Frank Carter ilurphy youngest son of Isaac E and ierxhat Rev 17 L Staaaper formerly pas pursued him to the State road inhis lacer- Â¬ Scott and Ellis Oldfields J M Willis 14th year of kis age Mary J Murphy in tafjftf afce Methodist Charch at this place ated condition He then went to F A Dn F M Thost as Miss Cora Combs Ourhearts are burdened with sadness when Pieuatt HoutfE Grant Spradling received 21 additient to his church at S simpers who spared no pains to alleviate we pen the words that this little boy is dead W J Wallace Lilburn Graham Jona- So young so tender with so many hopes in the Vxaceburg dktrict his suffering and make him as comfortable than Childers and Howard Little clustering around him the grave has claim- Â¬ LiPftcher aa he k faaailiarly known here as possible They immediately sent for a J T Day Miss Ciara Dav ed him in the sweet morning of life But amid the darkness there shines the light of fem into the feld if he has half a physician and the sheriff who arrived in a He Changed His Mind fS4e heMe against the devil and no very short time immortal hone for when the summons came The sheriff had summoned A young man living near Campton started it found him ready All through the two - a posse and within 30 minutss there was be- Â¬ Kasefshave a poor show to withlong months of his suffering there shone the the eleqac at appeals he makes for his tween 25 and 50 men scouring the woods for to school a short time since and after going radiance of christian faith and hope His a few days was called upon bythe teacher the culprit whom they canght on Clifty Masters caaee last hours on earth were spent in singing about three miles east of Frenchburg Ha to read Not feeling like it he declined to some ot his tavonte songs What a leexiog Ksh Speaeer who carries the mail from acknowledged the crime but said he did it do so and the teacher sent him home of emotion was sent to ourhearts watching for lamp of aereteHariba and back every daj is not in self defense that Lawson came at him with While en route home however the young lifebytohis bedside He sang thosethebeautiful go out aly one ef tht best mail carriers in this a knife When asked how he could shoot man thought it would bs too bad to be thus songs Im going home to die no more and eectloa hat he is gentlemanly and accommo Â¬ a man in the back when coming directly at dismissed from school and sat down and Beulah Land emphasizing in the latter Â¬ Col dating to a fault Messrs Sprdling I look away across the sea him he dropped his head and his fcileace wrote the following note to the teacher sign Where mansions are prepared for me liaewerth ahoald retain him as long as they told the tale of his guilt He was taken to ing his fathers name to it And view the shining glory shore DeaxSip I send ray boy back and re- Â¬ have the eentract and wbeathe Epring Frenchburg where he waived trial and his My heaven my home forever more eeaeon ceaiBeaces promote him to the con bail was fixed at the pitiful sum of 750 for quest you to make him mind you in all that Just before he died he requested sonie factorship of one of their vehicles They such a heinous crime an attempt to murder pertains to his studies one te sing and with the last strain he pass- Â¬ ed away quietly and peacefully eeald aet invest in a more worthy man nor in cold blood with intent to rob The citi Â¬ BREATHITT COUNTY To the bereaved parents his loved broth- Â¬ whom all the people like so well as zens of Menifee who are always ready to ia eae CnJACESON Jan 8 Prof John J Dickey ers and sisters we extend our sympathy 4key tio yeah suppress wrong and deal out justice to the surprised everybody after the close of his Tis true your home is lonely now There is a vacant ehair aet made another invest- - offender were very much excited and it was last tsrm of school by announcing that hs Mt Suriwg has j teach the next five mouths Youll miss his gentle voice of love at that will pay that place a regular with no small effort that they were restrained would not hundred students were readyAl- Â¬ though a to Youll miss him everywhere creaaaery dividend The council of that from taking Williams from a heavy guard enroll and patrons urged his continuance Think not dear friends that he is lost town levied a tax of 20 on each insurance and ending further proceedings On Friday yet he declared it to be his conviction that Hes only gone before doing haslnes there and the hi was taken to Mt Sterling jail for safe he should give all his energies to the erec- Â¬ etspany To wait a little while for you tion of the long contemplated school building State Board of Underwriters has ordered keeping On that bright celestial Bliore and thas secure the munificent donation of Meats te he added to each 100 insured in Mr Lawson has all the attention that Mr Dodge On the first day of January the In Memorlam aaat place which will cost the citizens 1200 could be afforded him were he in the Blue- - board of trustees met and purchased from the residence of at year te iaoreaee tka reveaue 270 Thats grass Une enottooJcenec in tccrigntarm C J Little a boundary of six acres westthe Died December 31st atMargarett D Cas- a lower part of the beautiful bottom of Rev H H Lyttle Mrs another below the left shoulder blade lodg- Â¬ town for a site for the buildinsr Prof H key after a protracted illness aged 27 years aaakiag aaeneyiike sheol ing under the left arm these two balls were M Curry of Hopewell Carter county is ex- Â¬ 11 months and 27 days As I pen these The present cold weather has been the taken out by the attending physician Dr pected to begin the school on ths 18th of lines memory watts me back on sable pin- Â¬ aaeet severs experienced in this section for Moore another in the small of the back to this month He is a successful teacher of ions across the short period of time to my merry faces several years Calves chickens Ac have the left of the spine barely breaking the large experience and no doubt he will haveÂ¬ childhood home wherein the family circle our great saccees Educational interest is in- gleamed with gladness freaea te- death and nearly all the clocks skin the fourth taking effect in the small of creasing in Breathitt all happy in the possession and enjoyment aad watches ia tows have froze up aad quit the back to the right of the spine ranging SCSome unknown parties shot into the home of our fond fathers protecting care and oar recerdiag tiase Indeed we have yet to downward but the ball could not be located of Daniel llobison Sr on tbe night of Jan mothers ceaseless exbaustless love Gold- Â¬ in hear ef a Waterbury that did not freeze up On the third day after the shooting the pa Â¬ uarv 1st about midnight one of the balls en links that once bound us together the theÂ¬ rechain of love have been broken by inflicting the Vat this is natural The water overbal- - tient was resting easy We earnestly hope strikingfrom wife of Ben Pantsthe 4th j a morseless and unsparing hand of the sickle which she died on wound lhe death She joined the Christian Church at ahe rest ef it aad will freeze in such that he may speedily recover and live to see ball struck the temple just back of the left ts we have had It is suggested his enemy reap the reward of his crime eye and passed around to the back of the 16 and lived a christian life until death pleasures of over the that the manufactures change the name be and that we as citizens of Kentucky may head Thie deedis threw a gloom and much She suffered so that the and heavenlyearth bliss became her oppressers horrible act It ton aaeaher winter te Water brandy soon realize such a strict enforcement of the community been aexcited by it No light her all When death knocked at the temple feeling has soul she called around her bedside laws that we will cease to find the record of has been thrown on the dark picture as yet of her her friends shook hands shouted and Your correspondent failed to inform the praised God that it pleased Him to call her West Liberty Scorchsi Hardin Smith crime on the pages of her history world of the doings of Jackson in last weeks from earthly Borrow pain and woe to dip whe had heea cemmitted to jail in default f A Mealthy Condition of Affairs issue so we will nave to go back a little and cold f hail Jer aelliag whisky to a minor and While other counties around us have bring up the past Ve had a magnificent her feet in the port Jordons Waves and step and sing with her own into heavens alee Ier aelliag liquor without obtaining a large delinquent and absentee lists for the Christmas tree from which at least 500 pres- Â¬ child and two sisters around the throne of licsase therefor was brought hefore Judge j year 1885 not one has been reported for ents were distributed God J M Lyttle jMrs Prudence Patrick widow of Alexan Â¬ Dark last Friday and ned 50 in the first Wolfe oeunty this year This result was der Patrick died at the residence of C J Â¬ C Dr aad put to work on the chain gang brought about by the superb management Little December 27th Her death was very bered Johnour Darl y who it awill be remem citizens was guest of the by asssai udiotmeat not hviae been of Jadge G 3 Swango in ths fiduciary af sudden She was preparing to retire when Pieratt House last summer while attending lied by the clerk we disaieeed His fairs of the coantyj With remarkable fore- Â¬ she said to her daughter Mrs Little that ths Swango Springs died at Lexington on expired in a few wife is aew confined in our jail pending an sight as the seqail will show he sold the she was dying andconnected minutesleaves a the 4th inst aged 75 years He was per-Â¬ and She was largely haps the best read physician in the 8tate af p sal from the judgattHt ef the Wolfe last year delinquent and absentee list to wide circle of friends outside of her relatives bnt had not practiced for several years Dr Thomas of Hazel Green has been owing to failing eyesight Circuit Court sentencing ker to the peni Sheriff G T Center for the consideration aeatiary Ier life for complicity in the mur that ao delinquent list should be returned here several days this week assisting Dr Wilson in the treatment of Mrs W T Hogg f Pats Strickland her former hacbacd by that official this year On Monday the She is now doing well and a speedy recovery Highest Honor maitii 4th day of January ts savs expense to the is anticipated The prayer meetings in Hazel Green are World EoopoiiHon Wm M Combs bought 12 head of fat hogs y growing in favor Every week there is an eoanty Judge Swango settled with the on Lacy Creek and drove them home to L sheriff without calling the Board of Magis slaughter iawaass i aaather at the Methodist and Chrktkjt prayer meetings The former on trates together and the result of ths above Miss Lilly Whits of Manchester is still JLWJLD33D rro policy showed that for each delinquent and quits ill at the home of Willie Spencer Tuesday aad the latter oa Wednesday of EDUCATION EWWII SMITH of fee Uxo COMMERCIAL CMJLE6C each week There being nopastor in charge absentee the cotinty will receive about 50 cents on the dollar thus creating a source Kentucky University Lexington Ky COUNTY the Presbyterian Charch here thers have MENIFEE ef revenae from which not a dollar has ever SMS4BU o tcia ar wni uib ta w Mpia m rm mptnu kiuwa heea ao prayer meeting services hut Rev of Ma rutUoi il before been available In the settlement JSFeexchbukg January 8 George Wil Â¬ 6mtm t It WMk JLTeru total ooat laalsdlai Tri Xr Williamson is expected soon In behalf Sheriff Center was found to be indebted to liams and Eugene Dawson were traveling in 9m Sk r Mt MiType Wrlttajr tjWlUTelMmpkr Svd t Umiij ISO Ultmr f the churches we invite all the people to the county in a handsome sum finch man Â¬ company last Tuesday evening YY nen near fbaocrpkrOtZodiac ppu Orw eooo doino tr kmmM Ma Uk jmr tnm 14 u tt turn out to these meetings and especially agement deserves the warm they left avdratB IMtMM rrMttCtUT M IKHntUITpraise of all Frank Stampers on Beaver hill through imaanad by II uwkci SpaaUlU mm Mr Ttaaaen a the State road and took by path these who have not been in the habit ef atÂ¬ good men and coanties suffering from tat I 1h f4a aauMaa Valvacflftr a deÂ¬ the woods towards Corn well Station After TaU kMUaI attf U Ma XplfN ft 1U tending them All who attend are delight aa pleted treasury will do well to imitate ths leaving the road a short distance Williams tf Tkateaatae laAraaoavbiak noelTa tM klcsart avart at tt Text Book ed aad we believe all feel better for having j judges commendable coarse shot Lawson three balls taking effect in his Worlda Bxjwaitioa lor m Intwin KmW aad Oaa ijwaai ef at tkal attended one in his armf The wounds of Mkauln Hhlkt lUiai Z4aoM U oaed aelyaianai But to Judge Swango does not belong the body andare not at this writing considered OaUatMi pirmmitnairt CaBaax wMktotaa aiafcailai jiaaa tw iImu iujuii m bwtaaa Lawson aat jw Hon D Gedeey has been appointed on wndivided praise by any means We have dangerous No one witnessed the shooting iW rca1iinliiataingman4TllariiaMt JKJT WUJtUA JL RUTH MIUIMI the Jellowiag committees Insurance En another officer equally as worthy in his Lawson says Williams began firing at his or provocation reUaeat Morak and Religion We never sphere Sheriff Center is a live business back without warning Lawson attacked Wil- Â¬ HATS GAPS GLOVES liams version is that him hefere knew how eminesily qualified Hon man snd is conducting his office in a busine- with a knife before he shot him Williams Chas Ofut was for the Speakership bat in ss-like manner He was the first man to was captured shortly alter the shooting W- - S Co placing Mr Godsey on Morals aad Beligion pay the auditor ths revenue this year and waived an examination on the charge of ma- Â¬ licious shooting and in default of bail was The Old Beliabls he has demonstratad that hs is indeed wise get his quietus and up to our last issue was sent to tbe Mt Sterling jail heyead ha years Morak and Bcligiea will ths only man who had been so fortunate A settlement with the sheriff shows that aat waat ier attention from Mr Godsey and The county is now out of debt and has he countv has cnousrh money to mt off the other debts left it the ether gentlemen cemposisg the com money ahead The taxes of the county railroad and feel greatly and a surplus they relieved that give him aa aadieace they will aavs been reduced to 125 coanty levy and Our people aittee wil Corner Pearl and Vine Cincinnati would are hnaliy nd of the railroad debt leant mere scripture than they ever knew be- - an ad valorem of only 10 cents on ths 100 here express their thanks for past favors to At the January term of onr county Heas Jim Mulligan aad Green Sell- - Altogether the financial again of the county last Monday steps were taken to baild acourt all their old customers and still ask a con Â¬ new wMI do well to make Mr Gedseys inu- - ais in a healthy condition and for this re jaiL tinuance of their trade Toot aeeaaiatauce sad do what they can salt ths people are indebted to ths integrity We always keep a food stock and Uncle On aecount ef the above named gentlemen Can any cold weather to tackle ear skter soaaties show a similar state of last Saturday of ths severe Salverville or Jim Fant with his good looks will at all isr him hat ws wars thesa of neither ths I Jackson mails left this office 1P pine not fai im ea Talapaa sr he wiU dawa pm times be ready to wait upon yon aSata i JUm V 4 3 - Jf- - I IfJ - -- 5 - 5- - JlMui1Ua QiEor UiatiiD t HM La ATTEMPTED MURDER PERSONAL VIRGINIA Immiai SiifllBiis Cash Dry Goods Store Tht Water Lifr C WHOLESALE AND BETAIL E WILLMOT 3 31 -- lr Jtk - I LOCAL NEWS We are anxious to sell Our Goods and will make our prices right Orders Ulled promptly and carefully We have a big drive in a Box toe Boot at 350 extra good Come and see me for oi Afflicted Humanity IKON IS KING Ties springs are located tarse aartsrs of a mile from the heaatifal tewaf Hassl Green Ths water contains a larger per sentage ei iron than aay athar water xaewa hence it is the most vsiaaaa ia the ears of disease used internallv or externally- Among the manv dMcases which Seek is heir to aad for whica this woaekrfal watr is known to be a positive aad permanent TARRH EHEUMAT3SM NEURALGIA NER Â¬ VOUSNESS AC We append a few of the auadreda e tiaoaiak which have besa tsadertdas ta the efficacy ef this water ia disease One lady writes I am so taaafal te the Great Giver of all Blessings that I tried Swango Springs Freely de I giy all tka time and money spent there for ta healia aad strength I now enjoy- A gentleman of Illinois says Ithiak tka water of Swango Springs did a mors ged tkaa all the aostraauil have ever tried- - I willcertainly be withvoaagain aext spring 2TKRZ3CKS R T Smith J G Trimble P L KeesMt Sterling Kyr F M Hakle Mrs P If Hiakle We Clarke Plan lick Xy A large ketel is now being bail t whick will afford ample aecossagedarjea terisitdrs For farther laforssation ia regard is haanL -- tjt m w CE Reese Building WILLMOT - eareare the following CONSTTPATION DYSPEPSIA SXT5T DISEASES SCKOFTJLA CA MT STERLING KY ts HANLYJUDY Mount Sterling Ky dxalxxs ix beek-keeping-ea- sy rOtmii Hse Hardware Queensware Stbves Grates Plows c Sole Agents for the World Renowned- wif TENNESSEE WAGONS AC address Or this office HARRISON Hazel Greea SWAeO Jlj -- -- -- -- yrn The Best and Cheapest Wagon on Wheels The Trade of Wolfe and adjoining counties is KcCord Aydelbtte respectfully solicited WHOLESALE The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Roots Herbs and Barks Except Ginseng W H GILLI3 HATTERS No 615 WaaT 3Lkiar Stmit 9 w J T BREEN SON LOUISVILLE XT sd B X ROBERTS WITH Importers I Wholesale Druggists Main Street Mt Sterling Ky Carter Bros WHOLESALE I Co aad 7SJ -- -- Dry Goods John A Carter James G Carter D A Forline Jo C Bethel J G Carter Jr and Notions 72 7S1 ADAM BAUM Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se-Â¬ lected Stock of MAIS STKIET LOUISVTLLX XT te Â¬ while-seat-e- d Which he sells Wholesale and Retail as Cheap as they canrbe 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 x a 11 Wafts NO 6RAWtt4SMmiWMT Mannfactwrsrs aad Jobbers of MD FI MORS Lfeft 605 lOfljs LOUISVTLLX XX TTITH CLOTHISa W MaJX STBJttT NUNNELLY BOB JOHN W JONES DEALEB IN DTJNLAP BEOS J L Daala J B Dmnlap n u Barrett 72Ssad730 W Msinit ft CO WHOLESALE SAOCLERY v Jelwery MT SilYfirwuTB STEELING KY Jsaasiaetarsrs ef Saddles Harness 4a 10 MAIN STREET and dealers ia Ssddlsty Hardware L0TJI3VILLI Largest Stock of Clocks CLOCKS FROM ONE One DarGlock strike Eight Day Clock Eight Day Clock and Album SOLID SILVER WATCHES Silver Plated Spoons In - 100 DOLLAR TJP 2 Eastern Kentucky 00 75 75 00 00 rr J Call and see my goods I i t 1 GEOKGB DOLL WITH RosMierf Flunr Ci Particular attention paid to Repairing N H TRIMBLE Successors to Rosenberg Nathan at risxaee JOHN W JONES ROBT H TRIUBLE VHOLE3ALE TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS AKD DEALERS IN BOOTS AND SHOES Til AXirfU South Sn Mais Bt7Sta LOUISVILLI SMOCK TJL JH wit Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Davis lllory A Co Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky carry the largest stock and DRY GOODS They Wholesale Dealers ia do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling ESTABLISHED IN 1845 NOTIONS And Fancy Goodsy 715 aad 717 Wee Main Street letwssa 7th aad 8tit LOUiaVILIJC XT The Leading Insurance Agency Liverpoolr31000000 00 1861 London and Lancashire Liverpool and London of Liverpool 9260000 09 and Globe of England 36875000 00 1810 Hartford of Hartford 4541240 00 Mercan- Â¬ 849 Springfield ot Springfield 1809 North British 1585633 0 33301000 00 1863 Firemens Fund of Call- tile of England 1794 Ins Co of North America fornia 1473026 00 of Philadelphia 971698 33 1863 Northwestern National 1154889 00 1710 Sun Fire Officejof London 5863000 00 1750 Niagara of New York 1874035 00 53S3916 46 1865 Boatmans Pittsburc 1782 Phenix of London 411499 00 Insurance m order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well known corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental companies being dear at aay pries The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as they wonld a banker or a person who is to hold their fonts ia trust Look to qaality as tas paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully A HOFFMAX At Traders and Deposit Bank Office 1835 ACOBHAKSlii WITS OF MT STERLING KY Total Assets of Agsncy S143eM87SO 80 Royal of Levi Kewburger lb Co WHOLSSALJE fr 1835 clotnm mAWKtemao 74 aad 7M Mail Street Betw w 7r 7ta md feLv il LOUByiLLE XT rn ED- - B GREEN wjaw C B SWANGO A DBJLLMt w B JA J K Boots L White Green WirnLJCaUEI vt Hafiaker 1 neiesaue tJeeaers 1U7F ULKK im LOUHVILLr XT WOTt Dickinson GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEK KENTUCKY XXTT COX8TJkKTLT OX HAXD X TVVL JUWOaTWDCT OW HJ CLARK Simrs Garsoi 537 W totm ft IUXraiLBXT Wmt i flaalaa HAT HOUSE r J Staple and Fancy Dry Goods gsady mads Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware GEO Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ ies Stoves and Farming Implements In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store aad at BOTTOM PSICIsJ Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any dsbt das me all kinds ef Country Prodncs and Livs 8tock of vrry description 42 X TUCK wrj WWWW aawWW m aWmSFWaaWaj SSa MmfMtafifs 73 at h Jitbift if fleaMi XT aad M4 Mai 9L LOUOTnjL v wd 7 wVr St IW YOC BBMMBBWBBpBBBBWBBMBWBwBBBBBlBBBBisi f h r rxmiim FERDINANDS LAMENT Tro been t -- t5TTT 4 JUJR t - Pfj -- V KEKTlTGCr - c -j - u 9ot i4 blf Wr JMERS classes ia Italy tUc true rep-e roroMfwygs oi xae wce jar e seatt- v4 wsHt are the sons of e old nobles c tjC fathers in Borne or Naples who bare sabuey-wkioa the aons arc Howspeni-jhT- It is unfortunate for Uus class IhitV KV Gmi owjiBftendable xiirapliricy of Italian his aoncj to ga along way Jriaatalns them i decent though wot extravagant JnadiVity sad perhaps if thev marry a small amount of raoiiey onaliles them to transmit enough loliicir 4 to allow the latter to continue fUo mme useless mode of existence This itr not the case wth large fortunes in England or America where tfee ex Â¬ if travagant habits of the gilded Tputh lead o the distsipatipu of fee entire pat 161 rimonv in a-- few years reducwg Hhe 1 --- 5Mi3aie IhmM iifcrks foit oprjtg No angel food is passed around Ko pascakos do they fry rXttstatd of lllluir up my purse HO taer peonies csa m I now am trying hard to All Tais oarrel tip with asho Ttalnparo not as they ued to be I very often wish I hadnt baited up ray book TeeRtcn a little fish I ttcd to file my tittle checquo In Kiurine trea urc trove But now alsl file away Tfco roujrti edge of a stove You jBee y liands are heavy quite For svork tiiey were aot made TranFitions come from desk to dirt Jnd this here heavy Epadc - My ekia that never1 knew a touch More lmrh tlmn nea fair Sa uovr ahntded by the rough Contact ofprlsou wear qitc a month- 38aft get any pioi feerc bow f pro visions It is a long natrow dark room lit up by gas At the far end is a largo board on which the quotations of the different stocks are marked as fast as they come over the tape from New York Seated in front are usually a dozen old men who are regular patrons Some of them have been wealthy brokers in days past and now pick up a pre- Â¬ carious living by getting points from their old friends who are still prosperous The room is filled with a noisy crowd of specu- Â¬ lators whe keep the air full of tobacco smoke aud noise Aroimd the tapes are an excited crowd there are a fw that deal in oil wheat and HOME AND FARM The impression is growing that eed corn should be changed every four or five years or at least new kinds mixed with the-- local sorts jY J Herald Oate arc a food coming much nearer to the requirements of a well balanced ration than corn and have long been considered a standard horse food I Ko Jonirer am I fly Juet herald to the world Iftnd ir I dout get auy pie feingxilar of abhes Poetcal license II S Keikr in Rambler I skj it isnt just the thing To put h mnn on jfrubx That hes notused to lalling to lioforo hv KOt the rub I eoir regreL ajy binf ul ways s ness as the gambler followjs the ball on a roulette table Here the speculator who Is busted but hangs around waiting for a is also to be found who watch each movement of the fatar tape with as much eager- Â¬ Troy Times A slight dusting of salt sown on buckwheat is said to largely increase the productiveness of its gram making it fill well even in dry weather Cleve- Â¬ -- n Sir lamb fo whom he may give a point and get a snare in his vvu CHURCH - MEDITATIONS I to others They arc generally handsome ihey dress weH and they usually act like gentlemen but they liave little else to do than care for tlieir persons read the newspapers H ieJte cafes or saunter up and down the only tolerable thoroughfare life were j they not Italian gentlemen would hang rather heavy on their hands As it is k j appears to agre with them and their J cotentment is only paralleled by tiiaf of the outhernnegr lgxnriamg in a I walermeloriTor of a Neapolitan boat-man devouring his dish of ropy garlic- There afe less of flavored maccaronL tliese idlers as you go toward the north ma mere tvjh 00 euu jess wncn Jxaiy ib all it pnrts shares that commercial ac- tivky which is already making itelf forÂ¬ cibly felt in Tuscany and Lontbardy But it will take at least half a century to eradicate from1 the Italian mind the idea that there is in the blood bones and j tibse of certain class something that distingtfijhestheni and renderslhem by a fort of divine right superior to a cer tain other class inferior bv heredity The time must come when the word wiR disappear from the jieasant cial vocabulary but that time is not yet The officers of the Italian army are spoken of by their fellow citizens as gentlemen that is in the conventional sense and not in tliat which require merely a good disposition r and courteous behavior gooduannerF They are as a class good looking polite well behaved and assuredly well dressed the artistic feeling of the Italians as ehvewhrrc sug gested insisting on this tribute to the military art But they constitute a caste sojcrate fromtlie soldiers which is not jfclwajsfor the good of cither and is de cidedly contrary to the practice of both Prance and England They come from the betVir classes their education is tliorough and although they are too pretty to be killed it is believed that thev arc as gallant as they are amiable There is au cspru and good looking dr corps alreadv developed in the army Inch keeps pace with hc national sen- uiucuu UUt uuiuss war uuiut xuu ju n form that will try the mettle of officer and inen it is to be feared that the e habit Cvleiotis aristocratJc t of simply playing at war through thife handsome inilitarv display will be-- a source of weakness when serious trouble Teallv conies as it must eventually come in the complicated international rela-tions of JMirope Venice Cor bayi trm- - wplojwcut is of no account or fce hisljecohiiRg an honorable citizen if he has manlv stuff in him This class is large in Na-fles Itv meaioars do n owing taiem nor do her use their selves m a manner to give em- capital 3 ftmag mas to the primitire condiUem ef work or fetarve which leads to his dis xjCKranceirom this mundane sphere if OuciainistersSutidaj- text ly Hiemory ia so treacherous That l m often realty vexed rfeemisked about some sermon Which I know was very line It e drcadrul mortifying When I cant recall a line Did Inotce Miss Jenkins bonnetr Yes what a horrid 6hape And I soticed Miss lirown was wearingr Her old last seasons capo 8fce wears a diilcrent triraralnjr I wjsh that I could remember - most can- always show others exactly how to make a fortune The can tell of dozens of times where they almost made a fortune but some trifling circumstance always interfered to prevent it Such men present a melancholy specta- Â¬ cle - deiL It is a remark able fact that those who have lost the Ut I xm a Mwuruir mm I IfiW K 1 UNFITTED FOR HONEST WORK Last year vou know twas fur But I remember thejrarment Ah Mell as 1 do her LovlxU Courier IN A BUCKET SHOP Howe Gambliajr UouHes That Flay a Day Game Openly Hacking the StockJTicer Klg Fortuaeu Made 1y Those Who Bun Their gambling career has unfitted tuenx for honest labor and thay hang around wait ing for what few crumbs they can pick up The difference between the bucket shop broker and au exchange broker is more in quantity than in kind The latter requires from three to fen per cent margins aud oc casionally deals in actual stocks or securi- Â¬ ties for c sh whereas the former never One has the air of wealth and re-Â¬ does spectability about him while the other is frowned upon because the poor people waste so much money that they can not af-Â¬ ford to loe They are in effect nothing but gambling houses which exist under a sligh t color of the law Philadelphia the Bank 5 - t trrTrTT a ann speculation is a considered trine more reÂ¬ spectable than playin policy aud a fraction less so than or dinary stock Tima -- Â¬ -- -- Â¬ 1 system-and-Ih- Ouallties ot Ills Friend llirsch and Hertz- - both Israelites were partners in business Both were rich both bachelors without any relatives They ivti SlsiLSiSzfV moreover the most devoted friends were So great was their friendship for eaeh oth- Â¬ speculation er that they had made their will each beÂ¬ throurhtho queathing to the survivor all his propertyÂ¬ One day Hirsch appeared at police head medium of au quarters in a very much excited frame of exchange brok- fV mind c He was palo and trembling He er The buck- Â¬ stated In a voce quivering with emotion et shop is the that for three days he had not seen or heard middle ground anything of his bosom friend Hertz that to which fortu he llirsch had reason to fear that Hertz nale Afreet operators resort for a further had met with foul play The Chief o chase after unearned wealth Its patrons Police leplied calmly coute fro every class of society without The proper way to do Mr Hirsch is respect to age sect or occupation The to offer a liberal reward to anybody who numerous bucket shops in the vicinity of will bring back your friend Third aud Chestnut streets are daily I vill give five hundred tollars to any- Â¬ thronged with a heterogeneous mass of body who bring back my dear friend alive humanity who are willing to bet oij a game and well sobbed Hirsch that makes the dealer rich There areboys 41 You must try and brace up You must scarce ten years old there ate hoary headed accustom yourself to the idea that your iuch old enough to know better clerks friend is dead broken down business men street loafers Tead teadl shrieked Hirsch seizing physicians without patients lawyers with Â¬ his hair with both hands out cliouts sportinfe men of every sort who Yas and you should provide for that meet daily to talk of stocks and values emergency by ottering a reward for the reÂ¬ and put up their money on the most perfect turn of his remains game ever conceived for allowing a man to Mister Police said Hirsch smiling impoverish himself Besides these Uiere through his tears I dells you vat Vt u are a grat many people who fear to be anybody brings me de corpse of my ftiend seen iu a bucket shop who sit in brokers Hertz I bays him one thousand tollars five offices and get points and send their hundred tollars more den if ho vas found orders to the bucket shops by district tele Texas Siftings alive craph messengers But most remarkable e all some of the large stock brokers who WEVE GOT EM operate on the exchange patronage the Kckot Khons thromrh the medium ot their An Incident Illustrative of thu Dullness office bovs of the Female Intellect nueixKT uors methods Weve got em shouted one ot the best the The method of operation Is very simple amateur first basemen in Detroit as he en- Â¬ 1 bucket shop is a miniature exchange tered his home fast evening and before his wife had time to realize that ho was not in Weve got era toxicated he reiterated Got whom asked Mrs 1 B The Big four 44 Whose Wis four What big four The Buffalos -- TRUE FRIENDSHIP An Israelite Who Apprecintes two Good land Leader Jelly Cake One cup of sugar one lablcspooufui of butter one egg two thirds cup of sweet milk one and one half cups of flour salt and two tea spoonfuls of baking powder The Ca- Â¬ terer Turkeys should not be confined to be fatted until about ten days before they are to be sold Thej will gain rapidly in flesh for about ten days but after that time they begin to lose ilesh owing to becoming restless and uneasy Albany Journal from confinement dips for the scab and In using cold other diseases of sheep unles the dip ping is done in a thorough manner the solution will not penetrate close com- Â¬ pact wool and reach all the parasites on the skin owinsr to the dirt and other matter in the wool Prairie Farmer Plain fruit cake One cupful of butter two cupfuls of sugar one cupful of milk three and one half cupfuls ol flour one tablespoonful each of cloves cinnamon and allspice half a nutmeg one teacupful of raisins one teaspoon ful of cream of tartar and one of soda Put in citron if desired Stir well be fore baking The Household Squash Biscuit One and one hall cups of boiled and sifted squash one half cup of sugar one cup of scalded milk one spoonful of shortening salt and one half cake of compressed yeast dissolved in a spoonful of cold water and mix in flour till stifl enough to mold Raise over night mold and cut them out in biscuit raise an hour and Â¬ CHIGNETO SHIP RAILWAY A Plan to Connect the Bay of Fundy with tho Gulf of St ILawrcnce A ship canal was some years ago pro- Â¬ posed to connect the Bay of Fundy with the waters of the Gulf of St Lawrence but abandoned as impracticable In 1874 Sir G C Ketchum an English engineer made plans for a ship railway and surveys have since been made and a company organized to construct the line under a contract with the Dominion Government to guarantee a net revenue of 156000 a year or five per cent on the estimated cost for twenty years The length of the railway will be seven- Â¬ teen and one half miles of which thir-Â¬ teen are forest now being cleared for the beginning of construction in the spring of 188G The maximum load to be hauled is 2000 gross tons The ves Â¬ sels are to be lifted by hydraulic lifts about forty two feet The track will have four rails 110 pounds to the yard Owing to the immense tides in the Bay of Fundy and to climatic conditions this railway will bo more difficult to maintain than one across Florida or on the Isthmus of Tehauntepec By the Chigneto ship railway a dangerous and tedious trip of six hundred miles will be saved to the commerce of the St Law- Â¬ rence to and from St Johns Portland Boston and intermediate ports St Louis Republican An Insulted Merchant Prince A legacy Sire exclaimed man in the homely garb ot a mechanic to Richelieu Prise Min-Â¬ ister of Francs ash was entering his pal ace Sire I have made a discovery whick shall make rich and ereat the nation which shall develop it-- Sire will you give me aa uuuiencef Richelieu constantly importuned nnallv ordered the madman imprisoned Even in jail he did not desist from declaring hiA doluiion which on day attracted the J iibcubiuu ul a Druun nouitimaa woo nearu Do Causes story aud developed his discov ery of steam power I All great discoveries are at first derided Seven years ago a man yet under middle age enncheu oy a business which covered tho continent fonnd himself suddenly stricken down When his physicians said recovery was impossible he used a new dis covery which like all advances in science had Seen opposed bitterly by the school men Nevertheless it cured him and out of gratitude therefor ho consecrated a part of his wealth to the spreading of its merits beforo the world Such in brief is tho his- Â¬ tory of Warners safe cure which has won according to the testimony of eminent per sons tho most deserved reputation ever accorded to any known compound and which is finallr winning on its merits alone the approval of the most conservative practi- Â¬ tioners Its fame now belts the globe The Herald Vady rUHurs BEAiY RELIEF CTTKBS AJOt wcrrxxTS Cfts Ctte Sin Tkiaf Mm familm Iftwttfea Hum CURES WORST FADTS KOTOJCE HOLK after readuRttl8 EUaute UMiaeBt neetl aay oae SUFFER wrriT WU5 - IT Hi Hi Hi -- Difficult Breathing THE lairom oae to tweacy rer RADWAYS READY BELIEF Tmim SftrahHa RUSE Ii Bralc crX ftrthe Sack Cheat or Ia EvrT It w the F st ad l th OXLT JPJULX MEMXMX Tnatntantlrtop3 the most excruciating ansat Uys ladainmatioa aai cares Cobkckov wfcetaeroT XJZftbm - ra W f the Lues Stomck BowekorHer2U3lsrraa br oae application A Half to teaspoonfEltslialf a tumbler of water wiu la a lev minute cere Cramp- Spasm Sottr Stonnch Hearthnrs Xervoaaacs Sl cesaes Slclc Headache Diarrhoa Djst Kcry Colic Flata lencr and aU Internal polos Vi Malaria ia its Varim Farm Thet never play cards on a polar ex- Â¬ pedition because of danger from cold decks Pittsburgh Chronicle te Dr RADWAYS SARSAFAMLUAN ACSOLVENT For the care of aU Scrofaloaa Skht uwLBteedDto- - There Is sot a maedlol west la the worM tbat xltt llo care Fever and Agae aad another MaaHou LUbT and other fevers ald hr JtAM WAT aonulckas XASWAYM XEAY Fifty ctuua per bottle SMarh wlitK r XL1T CiCt Pile Tumors however large speedily aud painlessly cured without lenife caustic powder or ointment Consultation free Writa for pamphlet and references enclosing two letter stamps for reoly Worlds Dispensary Medical Association 563 Main Street BufÂ¬ falo NAT carry an umbrella Bowels DK RADWAYS PILLS Tor the care of all disorders of the SiemehIJTeJi - etc JC5 cents a box Sold b Infc5is- When A T Stewart conceived the idea of setting up a he went to W It Travers for advice air Travers suggested an employer ram- Â¬ pant chasing a lazy salesman with a yard stick and Mr Stewart did not speak to him again for a month This anecdote is probably about as authentic as the other which states that Mr Stew Â¬ art being extremely loquacious at a State banquet at Delmonicos Mr Travers silenced him by calling the Cash length of the table San Francisco Argonaut coat-of-ar- ms When silence reigns is it necessary to Palmer Journal 23c DROPSY 2DJEC- Pikes ToornAcnEDRO ps curolnl minute Glenns Sulphur Soap heals and beautifies 25c German Corn Remover kHIs Corns 4 Bunions Order slate is the injudicious advice suspended before- certain coal offices Boston Transcript - Â¬ Have treated liropsy and Its comIcatlons with tho moat wonderful success Use vegetable remedies ea tlrely harmless Remove all ayaiptoma of dropsy la eigne to twenty days Care patients pronounced hopeless sy the hesc of physicians rom the first dose tne symptoms raptdly djsapear and la tea days at least two talrdd of aU symptom are - 33C GrZUSEBSK SOSTS Specialists for Cloven Years Faat K i Red Star i bake Tho dairymen of Prussia where farming seems to struggle under quite coming in again slowly but surely the as great Great real old fashioned comfortable black Britain a depression now as in butters are fighting artificial silk apron large and square well cov-Â¬ and demanding w that Absolutelu ering the front breadth of the gown compel the makers to the Government call their goods Free from Opiates Emetics and JPoUon but more prettily trimmed than they bv their right names SAFE used to be of old with a llounco oi black laco and black lace pockets SURE facts for Families E II Hauley tells in the 2eio En In order to cook your hare you must al PROMPT gland Homestead how he treats choking waj s first catch it At Ducuoirrs jlii Duum THE CHARLES ATOGELER rO BlLnSOREaB cattle When a cow chokes on apples is muchteasier to catch a cold than to It he pushes down the animals throat a catch a hare rubber hose until the obstruction is To got rid of a cold always use Hed Star forced into its stomach He keeps on Cough Cure hand for this purpose a one and one To get Red Star Cough Cure only re- Â¬ inch rubber hose four or five quires twenty five cents quarter feet long When the hose is not very BkBMRMRMMRaBBEjBBVBMBBBa Advice to butchers If a man refuses to stiff a stick may be put inside to give it pay his bill for mutton suet Chicago Tribthe required tension The rubber being une smooth causes the animal no pain Toledo Blade The London Queen says aprons are TRADEu MARK tUJGHfURE removed Some may cry fcambnp wtthost KBOwtajc aaythlnjr aooat it itcmember it uoes not cot r aytain realize tbe merit of ear treatHieRtlorjcfsetC Ia ten days the difficulty of breatalng Is refleTed thw poise resniar me urisary orsaaa Btaoerto ctfeeaarge their fall dutr steep Is restored the swelling alt or nearly cone the streHsth Increased and appettcesnads Ve are constantly curlngcasea of Ionstand pood laff cases that have been tappet a Backer of Umea and tbe patient declared nnaWe to live a week GIts full history of caste ifsmia aex ho y lontr adUcted how badly swollen aad where are bowels costive have legs bunted and dripped water Send for tree pam Â¬ phlet containing testimonials q aescloa etc Ten days treatment furnished free by mull Xptlesy fits positively eared stamps per If you order trial send 1 0 cents 1b to postage XI t oi Jenei AvtBac II OREEX SOXS X Atlanta G PATTERNS OP ATTT SIZE 25Ss- D EMORESTS T THE BESI the Of all UNPARALLELED OFFER I Illustrated trith Original Steel Ungrar inys Fhotorjmvurrs- and Oil Fictttres - Magazines Â¬ Each copy of Demorest Monthly Vagarine ccs talns A Coupoa Order entltli- n- the holder to the selection of any paUera Illustrated In the fashlaa decaHsest la that number la any of the sizes manufactured Subscribers cr Purchasers sefidlnc Htf eoupoa with a evexest staap for postige wUl receive by retura aad a complete patters of the size aad kind they say select boaz the asazine containing the order per year including twelve fair size cat panares of riiea and klads setectetl Seed twenty cents for the current number ortth Pattera Coupon and you trill certalsly sadecrihe for year and get ten tlaei itavaue WJcjinlses Deewrest PcetIsfcrr7E14 Stf4ewYcrV Vol 521 Sold bv nil Xctwdeato aad Postxausttr tliti BOYS AND COLTS Why Young Persons Should Bo Interested in Young Stock It has occurred to the minds of but few boys on the farm how much real unalloyed amusement they can get by studying the varying degrees diversity and range of intelligence of the colt The most powerful incentive that can be used with colts to induce them to do as wanted when taken in hand for special training is the hope of reward The boy who expects to be a farmer raising a few horses only or a horse breeder Taising many or any one who is neither of these but expects merely to keep s team or single horse for his persona use is interested in knowing what he may expect of the average horse When - Sax Francisco Excursions in connection Quincy with the Chicago Burlington Railroad are to leave Chicago and Peoria on the following dates and by the follow- Â¬ ing routes Dec 14thia C B Q R R to Kansas City and thonce via Atchison Topeka Santa Fe R R Dec loth via C Q R R to Kansas Citv thence via B Missouri Pacific Ry Dec 17th via C B sc y it K to uouncu biuus ana thence via Union Pacific Ry The rat for the round trip from Chicago is 11315 from Peoria 10975 and tickets are good six months grees so to speak ONLY TWO DOLLARS btfiMAN REMEDY tor ran T1IE CUXRLES Cures Rheumatism Neuralgia lUrkarhr Hradfhe Tothabv Srralas Rralf etretr riilCE FIFTY CENTS AT 1KUGU3TS AND DKALKOS ATOUKLEK rO lULTIXORED C3 In cr ery land Is subject to Coughs Group 0 Whooping Cough KI32aI opposite sides m5sk represent the H DOUGLASS These Diwe 9B 1 The thermometer gams notoriety by de- Â¬ - mco Chronicle j One T M PROFIT IN HOGS of the Surest aad Quickest Way a to Make Money Â¬ Enthusiastic swine breeders of a sta tistical turn of of mind occasionally try to how by figures the comparative im- Â¬ portance of the hog growings interest- ol - 51V But no great array of figures is needed to satisfy the farmer of moderate means that hog raising is one - of the surest and quickest way of mak Â¬ ing money It takes less capital than in tthe rearing of horses or cattle and it brings returns much sooner AJtOUXI THE TICKEK The greatest drawback in whose quotations come direct from the the liability to losses from New York Exchange The broker tin epidemic diseases - which ko freÂ¬ all thn business He buys of any transacts one who quently -- sweep through the coun wauls to sell or sells when any one wants trv Yet the great prolificacy and to buy Ho requires only ope per cent rapid growth of hogs render it possible margin charges one eighth of one per cent to soon recoverfrom tliese losses and commission Tvhen the deposit is made and a still come out ahead o even the fast like amount when the transaction is closed horse mem A friend recently remarked The profits to the speculator are usually Chat He lmd followed the showing of limited to two hundred per cent although horses at fairs for many 3ears though some bf them are more reckless and have pfroMHa lack of sufficient capital not as no limiL The margins put up on any usually limited to one hundred rgely iu hewould have- - liked At the slock are dollars but the number of investments is same lime he kept a lot of good hogs unlimited Thus one operator who has a at homeaml almost imiuediaicly on re St Raul which is selling at point tnrnhiT rom tlie fairs in the fait he had 95 iaonthat rise will instruct the broker the tjscll his hogs to pay his horse showing to buy him live shares of that stock and xpenses Since then he handles fewer deposit his margin of five dollars If By hordes and more hogs Now Instead of harpy ch nee St Paul which he bought at standing near the foot of- - the row as a ninety five should go to ninety six the inbreeder of good horses and hogs h6 has vestor is 375 ahead after deducting Jidvanced to the foremost rank-- tw a brokers commission lie may leave it in or draw it outsat any time uutil it touches breeder of improved swine Western ninety seven at which point he has reached Poiomcui the liuiit and niust draw out If however the stock goes down he can draw out at any time what there Is left until it touches 0 J PRAES AND CROWS our when his margin is covered and his ine-breedingis -- tins country We have the Delroits What for To keep em over winter aud work em next summer remarked the husband somewhat annoyed by his wifes fdluro t grasp the situation aud enthuse at once Later in the evening the wife was over Â¬ heard explaining to a lady visitor that her husband was considerably excited and deep Â¬ ly interested over a new enterprise or exÂ¬ periment which he had engaged in They were going to winter a lot of buffaloes with a view to working them next summer aftet the fashion of oxen Detroit Free Press Was Wearing It Off Jones Theres a young man going dowu the street He was born a Yankee but it seems to me hes becoming an Irishman SmithHow do jou make that out Jones Well he came from the rural dis tricts a few weeks ago fresh as new mowu hay roped in and been Smith becoming since then he has been by two or three bunko stcerers fleeced in scores of ways But what has that to do with his an Irishman Jones Well you see he is beginning to learn a thing or two getting wisdom by experience Smith 1 am no wisor yet Jones Why dont you see Hes a weariag off the green Botton Courier Whos got em SmiUiWell Jones Well Year Teach 3roro Than Hooks Among other valuable lessons imparted by this teacher is tho fact that for a very long tlmo DrPierces Golden Medical Dis- Â¬ covery has been the prince of liver correct- Â¬ ives and blood purifiers being tho house- Â¬ hold physiHan of the poor man and the able consulting physician to the rich patient and praised bv all for its magnifi- Â¬ efficacy in thecolts are taken up from pasture for cent service aud as malarialall diseases of a poisoniifg ail Â¬ chronic nature the winter and we take this- occasion ments of tho respiratory and digestive sys- Â¬ to sav that this should not be so long de-Â¬ tems liver disense and in all cases where layed as to permit the young thing to the- use of an alterative remedy is indicated feel the discomfort of the first cohl There is field for roam ants around blasts much less to remain out in many a sugar barrel --Jfarathoii Indepaid- will snowstorm it the be a ent look them to time good Yoting Men Read This over and give their mental characteris- Â¬ TfteVoltaicBelt Co of Marshall Mich tics a little careful preliminary study offer to sond their colebrated Electro-Voltai- c Having had their liberty during the Belt and other Electric Appliances summer mainly away from the touch of on trial for SO days to men young or old human hands it will be eas to discover afflicted with nervous debility loss of vital- Â¬ which individual colts will take kindly ity and all kindred troubles Also forrheu Â¬ matismneuralgiaparalysisand many oth to the restraints that await them in their er diseases Complete restoration to health winter quarters and which will be apt vigorand manhood guaranteed No risk inand willing pupils in the lessons pro- Â¬ curred as 30 days trial is allowed Writo Older heads than boys heads thematoncefor illustrated pamphlet free posed would be profited by giving more atten- Â¬ Oxe must be able to be round if ono tion to the mental capabilities of the wishes to keep square young horse stock coming on as these Delicate Disease are destined to cut so important a figure movements upon the farm of either sex however induced promptly in the daily and road Some horsemen teach that thoroughly and permanently cured Send large illustrated the brain of the horse can entertain but three letter stamps for treatise worlds Dispensary Medical As one thought at a time We do not coin- Â¬ sociation uuuaiu iy cide with this idea yet suggest that Sweetmeats Sugar cured hams Pitts when the young stock is brought in they be toted in a very gentle manner as to hurgh Chronicle Telegraph tendency to timidity or on the other Relief is immediate and 50 cure sure hand the extent of their confidence in Fisos Remedy for Catarrh a cent3 their keepers National Live Slock Journal A pewter pot may be made of printers Â¬ t ik- - aaaaiik x mKB sBBH sbsid for Coughs Colds nnd Sore ThroaUT an Alleviator of Consumption and of great benefit in most cases of Juvspepsia IEWA1E f IMITATIMO Xaey are the resalt of over forty QUO IT in Betall price 15 cent per quarter fvtstd IOR SALE BT AXI BCLVLCK3 Capsicum Coak JDrps 1 A SOM TO THE MEMBERS OF THE FAMILIE2 OF VAN VOORHEES BaBjBSK93iaaaaaa4 Taylors Chenkee Ransfy cf Sweet Guei sA MuHek The Seet Gum from a tree of the same name ktow tnu I n t he Soufli combined with a tea made from the Mullein plant of theold fields For sale by all drng OONSUMFTIOX WALTEK A THEIR PARENTS TO African Negro him to kIvr their families a proper repr9eneatloa ta his forthcomK worfc He will send oa spptletloa to any memberof the amtly free of expense a Chan of the three first generations of the family la tha coantrv with a circular coBceralBK the torthcomlnz wort ETV Vas Vooauis 13 Est CSta Si XYCUy -- iectlon of family records of the above lamiliea for the computation of a genealogy or family history of the Van Voorhees family of which all tne above aamed branches are members would behapsy to receive froa members of the above families with whom he csu not yet corresponded any records of birth deaths and marriages asfarbadtasohtaiaahle that would enabin The underslsaed bavins or VOORHEE5 or VORI3 or VOORH1SapcatiBaayyearstivtkecol gists at Scmta and 100 per bottle TAYJLOK Atlanta Ca a JlthSW JLW V Jhmi AAOJT JVC XKT TTI I 1V1 Co -M- Wayne Da Page minnis HAS IMPORTED FROM FRANCE Pertheron llonie valncd nt 8500030 vhlch Includes about 70 PER TVTmso CENT OF ALL HORSES Thoronzhly tested One man tawed 7JS cords la 9 hours He did It eay Sam trees Oaten First order secures exclusive territorv Write for terms Folding Sawis DCachine Co 35 Fraailia St Chicaja CeieDrated JKxri- EJC and BKIHUi Corablacd oy any Dorse bamcan not be supped pnrltyof blood Is established bv pedigrees re Â¬ corded In thePercheron Stud Bock of France tho only Stud Book ever published in that country EVER IMPORTED TO AMERICA STOCK ON HAMD t 5Ar Cy BabbL V IffljwrttdErociI I ffri9vBflHKlwi3l Imported Stallions Old enongh Service JBkSuVvv 140 lares SOO for NsRoiKts Cut Off Horses Jujrswi Mams - pieuauertoanyparcoi me un v Wmx zinc Pittsburgh Chronicle m aSJs h LADIES and Insensibility Not Tests of High Breeding Cultivation alone will not make a lady of a vulgar woman nor a gentle- Â¬ man of a boor Innate vulgarity will manifest itself in spite of all forms of politeness and etiquette To a certain class of persons indifference is the test of high breeding If you educate a man or a woman to insensibility he in their view is a gentleman and she is a lady A woman was one day brought beforo the Judge of a police court She said in her defense Me and another lady was a having a few words and she called me a hinde widual and 1 ups with a pail of water and chucked it all over her and that began the row between me and the other Indifference In the Hospital They were walking through the hospital and camo to the stand before the cot of a young man who had lost one eye sixtceth had halt his scalp torn off botli legs broken and three ribs fractured Poor fellow I suppose you were mil over by a freight train said a sympathetic old lady sug- Â¬ Oi was attacked by a panther gested a spinster of uncertain age queried Or fell into a maceralor Thet say the Folding Sawing Machfne is recorded mU all inwieme See advertisement in this paper fumWh with the animal old pedi original French certificate of fuinnmber and record la 10c 1 crcneron biua book ot magician who can eat fire is easily sat- Â¬ t rated Cntalocuc sent free r rancw 100 paee Jlln Wayne Hid is 35 mllta A esx of Chicago oa the Chicago you know Chi Xorfa Westcra iy isfied Hes a light eater caao Mail Wnvr is the difference between a hungry boy and a glutton i One longs u eat and the other eats too long Golden Bays The cigar that is called imported is about as appropriately named as tne nirta o Yonkcrs Statesman we call domestic T V SJ yoimger Reernnlzlno tint nrin- Mmciple accepted byall Intelli gent breeders ihrt how- e er Well bred animals tmt b satd to NJf their pedlKrtes ure not 1X5 COLTS Two years old and JC Saddlery Hardware and Harness Dealers Special discount to thrl Trade ESend for Price List LiGUTnorsxEocheeryY I whenrl sav cent 1 uu nut mean u raly to atop uwm for a mdU a Uaie aad then bars ibata retTsra ipua I cal rrrc I hare mail tho diMaae of FITS EFILE7S7 Zwanaataiy crFAUrSGSICKSlW3am loaffaay remedy to core the worst eases Because otar hav falledlsnorasoRCrBotBovrelTlaacar tJedi cnea t a treatise aad a T- Z- Bettlo of ray Isfaffibla remedy GWo Express aad Post OSee It cwU r BothlnzfsriUrlalnndIwlHeQr9 4ddre Br HOSOOT litmrlStyew Yri CURE FITS aa x Je UnCATfi DALffl Â¬ Cleanses the Head Allays Inflnm niation Heals the Sores bWRTsI wemsssai siitsr aFuncrrbS2 M PIsos Hetnedy for Catarrh ta the Beat Easiest to Utwaml Cheapest m ninety-f- The man tvIio ieceived a tomahawk by express ackaowledceJ that he had a queer axe sent Boston Transcript Too mccii scratching at the polls makes a candidates head feel sore the next day Hartford Times Do fou enjoy good health asked Cross re- Â¬ Why yes of course Who doesnt plied Ross tersely X Y Independent A v irlelimnn jhv5 hftwin see no earthlv reason why women should not become ined- - j ical men riuiaaxphia uau m Restores the How the Modern Crab Kejrograded in Jjt tcllljjeBce uiouey fs gone iNo That is a fiction stock is bought or sold The whole transaction is another o - r In looking over a curious old book tbetolher day w came upon the follow ihg natural Instory anecdotes which though related as facts can hardly be accepted as such in our thy In one of then it is explained how crabs cat oys Being very fond of oysters the wily crab hunts about until he finds in ome quiet corner an oyster oponing hi shidl to enjoy the sunshine and fresh pif-a-rratlier sail water Knowing his claws wouid be smashed if lu lhal vekFehd6ne witmn thepowcrf ol grip of flitf bells the crab thoughtfully drops in a jwbblo between the sheihT Yand then cfuelK eats out the live oystc- Vith no more reiporM-than the human being feeh who cuts out his mollusenvith a knife This ac- Â¬ count ha jvot been verified bv recent than of v jbserverynyjnore so that the iableleft the barnacle goose Ave arc to sappose either that tlie modern crab has retrograded in intelligence or the mwlern scientist advanced Another Sdcir Tofy Is that there is a special eu suty between the crow and the owl in pursuance of which the crow devours the owresresiin the daytime when the wi can not ee and the awl the irow ladies replied the sufferer I wasnt hi any of those things I was in a Tltc Judge cane rush at Yale College tr lady Hy and the other Judy indeed The following notice Was once put up llent over the door of a show 1 thought you would be in favor of it f j 2So lady or gentleman admitted into am canvassing in aid of the society I know this show in a state of intoxication1 you will give something A hand bill in St Louis read j With the greatest of pleasure You may One hundred rats to be killed byono put me dowu for a speech at the meeting dog in ten minutes None but gentle- Â¬ Philadelphia CalL men are expected to be present on this i tg occasion r iiiss Esmeralda LonsrcofSn of Audt in L The advertisement of a dog fight in a has been engaged to adozenlifterent gen- - Western town read Tickets admitting both gentleman tlemen A few dajs ago she said to her and adv can be had tor one dollar father A very elegantly dressed woman once Pa you can congratulate me on having acquired a new object of my affection rudely pushed a man from a crowded Tm glad to hear it Esmeralda I hope sidewalk saying as she did so you are as happy with him as you will be Aint you got any more manners with the next oue Texis Sif tings than to stand right in front of a lady A shabbily dresed woman aceiJently An Ensmjeemont Xote What lie Gave the Society Bagley We are about to hold a meeting to organize a soup society this wilder Boigertop An excellent project exce- Â¬ Senses oi Taste pPSBBr Smell Hearing A QuiclcTlelicli A Positive CnretfAT ym DEF pxr JBm1 Aho good r Cold In the Sead Headache Hay Fever M ceale c plan of treatment etc AddresaXJtXKAJfOAUttAI IKSTITLTE Boffalo 2 Y Po Bex JJS casclncIoslnicGclnstamBe forreDbrlvln All cases relieved and mattv cared new aad used wtt nrea9etesa ot Vleaaa Aostrla Uescribe NESS and RUKttK EMS oc A particle Is applied into each iwmtrlUls agreeableto vk IrfiCM cents bv mill or at Drusglsts Sendfor circular ELY BROTHERS DrusKlsts Owezo X Y Ft VtR OPIUM at ptawlycared Er UrXJlVEKEM ACCCD qalcklyaad home Free Truil Court to aR CO Lafayette Ind- DiH lirrCKt oivsAWAYiiir OteratlBR WaahutirMachlBes If jeuvnatone send 01 tux iM E91fe TolAtrxtteithemwewtH WnEX the skv falls we shall catch larks but some men When they are out on larks try to catch the sky Boston Globe A mo ma j Sometimes not be gifted and vet have a mantel fall on him a wood mantel Burlington Free Press Yes mam Ake you asleep baby uia and you know the doctor told you not --V to wake me to give me any medicine Y Ledger IbaseballI I CARDS B XvlT jL Tne National your namo 1 coieysc3i 3ess O and txvrzs oSlo- - at GATH As active Xaa er Woman in eiers cooctr to eU oar aoods Salarr S72L DrXaaliazdExBcnses CibrjuiuW raacc Canrutia ouxt Vaxzt Punrslara r TT frte Standard Silver ware Ca U L U I bllOcomtnlssioas J3eerter nlle edJPenloaaadlucreaseexpereBea8yrt5 laws BaceeorBofee Virtte Jorclruulars aad Ohio CtacinaaiJ SO A V McCOKMCK BIKES BEARD niCREwLAwsioirpaToe ELXXT s tJTifna w I Pretty Hello Judson how are youi Howare you at home well thank you Columbus rWife says Im rather grumpy Sjxitatur 4 LAWSOi CA2D Boston CO Xaaar J V4M m Arm LiM IwlLi 4i JHbumfllv infST- ISTT j-- JZZZZrJZZ3ZZ Mff Co i-- ltKOmiinith - fabbakBte K0 OP CXZimtin o trf haighticntheTcron cawaoi rscc gSTT ItVit-I- - - L t- - u Not the Ilight Color ran against a superb looking woman a bet on the rie or fall of a etock hi the Boe fccepIsJa3 1 liATe a Dcfltlv rtcaeiir tor tne ibcre uluw brltiUM Emploj ment Agent You said 5on didnt whose dress and manner indicated thu Patio HOME STUDY market In almost every bucket shop there Form PcMtrAircyvrJ of cue ot tia wont kind sad of loag HAadinc ttocad3 - fhnmnrfiivtauKhthvwaU Clrcalarrree Trt L at least one capper flashily dressed and care what sort of a domestic 1 sent you perfect lady bceactrrd Irde4 o trose it my fItl ia Us tKaer tKKniT3r Y jUMiXiii Dk Tanxeb says that with the UTiaided he I will ot TWO 1IOTTU3 FBFE tottb wltti 7ALtat THEATI35 oa tai diieuata inrtsfcnr OIt Kxof well fed appearance who makes it his 1 beg your pardon madam Ladv I didnt say that 1 know said eye - r nwioi only about five thousand stars can be TABLE Ac tr vriJrbusiness to boast iu a well bred way of his ad eared wttfcoekfcft lpBtfe reMcdl0 acMitts PET JCLDCCM13irrStX the poor woman in the mojt liumblo seeu ijr Tauner has evidently never been oa treaoBsenfc ir winnings and so leads on the unwary to CAICERIsPOSD M JAreraj Kaae wvIlC J vc x iumuvi iuiu Either black or manner on skates Chicago Inter Ocean aed earn aaaipi iMO ADUV Yseavrn hereSituation their ruin white I siid CVuKArn S- P-wiwcjmw ij lfrgfe You clumsy thing angrily y tor ted There aie about a dozen of these bucket AET E Well I filled the stipulation didnt I The faith cure is gaining many converts luraisneo tirne ALnxtuthe elegantly clad woman lwitlC II HlIC tf lilntsf t 1lil jlinf No Throne you sent me is green Aeat3 Wjie4 we are vet sanWhich wasr the ladyPIWv Com r around the countrv but success not trv it on- 1I CUCBV UffllHH saSTeriBRwlth local wsaaese- SrtCftA xnVWj rne werw a dusivelv Iu railwav stocks and bnnd wliilfi PhilaacLtilna CalL pnoncli about its to -- yn7r3i2r tiiUUi JUUSVVaiU I niaress vKstrjns otva phTSictaa or par rniinp Z AY BU0XaO2iTanvMl i panion J ltictuarv mj -6 OUI lUilUl i 4Uituv xmiu f -r- a BAMrmj CArrKi Swedes is a good cattle country because there the animal never strays the cattle- Â¬ men always finding their Stockholm Goo Tcr ae hy all Stationers Kewsmca and Taney Liberal discount to thetrade ls Deale CONSUMPTION LOVE COURTSHIP aird MARRIAGH This aao U wonderfil aa4 handsome book of too pagesii iriitr M fe 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