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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - F m m The Hazel Green Herald 9PftCEft COOPER - w t Owner an Editor THE HERALD OF A 5TOISY WORLD WITH 2STEWS FROM A TT ATIOKS 18S6 CONTENTMENT 100 A YEAR Always in Advance I Hazel Green Herald VOLUME rwMislmdl in Waif rr-v- HAZEL GflEEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 27 FOR SANTA CLAUS NUMBER 4Sj - dream skates and limlr in tkA pnnsflM n r T s- - Who have been gettingand toys sleda And dolls and boot WH Menu Peirell MeBifec Maine XUiAtt Kfltil T1ardimIn stockings and on Cliriotmas trees Ht the tatter eercs beJse witk i On every Christinas Duy tAUMMMMT at 1V Irisrf THK HV 4 TT1 Had Jeld a meeting every one WTffWTB From near and far away mt Brf M Tbe talk had been of Santa Clans m ail VJUnVO -- mil f m la11 IOUU MtriC w Minl Of how his ray reindeers WJ fUfllO asy dv ertteewent la it ctaB tbxs by Have trotted up and down the world - 3 17 it sbc De cHncea For years and year and years the dear Stsrt Whdkb6day MoKioxa And how the rioln old Jolly sool sun Beiore r Has filled the ktockings great and small And not lorgotten one M An 1 now they thought that turn about ccsgcsarziox saxes Would be no more than fair And Santa Clans himself should have J fi Six J oatks For once a liberal share Alw la Jl4nuuventered ntton Theyd have a ulrlous tree and fill Xe cabfiorietlem Will be A stocking toth brim boofcg tiBles accoaBRRiod bv the noocr With wonders brought from evcryJand Lrabscrfyttoii trill bo received for less And all should be for him mxatewtos ABVRXXRlrS SATB6 Ah if you could have seen that tree TrawtteHt d vertteeents inserted at e- So gieen and br a 1 anil high F Sve Mate per laca Arst insertion an All hung with presents rich aud rare i eeK Tor eaoa ttbsequest laser-It ulmost touched the ky And such a stocking Long enough I o reach a mile or so Oae Tear And crammed with goodies from the tos Down to the very toe ob lurcer advertisements ea application And then I heard the Christmas bell AitooM SFSKCER GOOFEfL King out so clear aud loud Basel Green Xy That all the children in the world Came marching In a crowd To w Ish to good old Snta Clans FttOFCttlOKAL A merry Christinas Ui5 And see what he wonld think of it JHKASH And hear what he wonld say But what he thought what ORMEY7AT LAW Fornever now can tellandheard he aald I all the ringing I had Was Just the breakfast belli HAZEL GEE EN KT There was a stocking hanging up There was a Christmas tree Win practice in Wolfe and adjoining couxr But somehow I was rather glad tiec Collections will receive prompt atten That they were both forme I i I drefluiel thetwas sach a funny Irls and boys That nl shouted Robbie 0 1 wouldnt like her for a mother Who tcouhly on like retorted Jauie scornfullv O SPENCER COOPER -- 1 sa ATT lie Sydney Jiayre in ConqregationalisL PATTERSON HAZELEIGGi - - MISS POLLYS CHRISTMAS Bhe Beceives ATTORNEYS AT LAW JEE STEELING KT a Surprise From the Parson It wis the week before Christinas and Miss Polly Pritehard sat alone in her SAMUEL HcKEE little room diligently at work LAW So far it had been a hard winter with the ground all iron bound with Ub 441 1 Jefferson street cruel frost the river clad in steely links XA DTSVIIXTE of ice the sky full of snow and wind icticesln all the State Courts n given to business of all and tempest fecial attention But iliss Polly was very Kisss is tae united states tJourts comfortable in the little red farm house A POETER LACY of which she occupied one wing the Farmer Grib being AT LAW other aud hisrented out to was alwavs a wife There bae cheerful fire of logs blazing on the open AND hearth always a plant at the window and a cat purring on the rug EXAMINER F DEPOSITIONS To be sure its rather lonely said the little old maid to herself never to J M QuiiiAN J Ltkiks have a soul to speak to But it is what QUJLLES LYKINS one must expect when AT LAW family and friends one outlives ones AND HEAL EfTAT AGENTS So sli sat here on this gray winters Camttox Kv Title examined taxes paid lor afternoon singing some half forgotten Collections a specralty Beal estate aouphtand sold on commission Will prac fcong and plying her busy needle when tice in Wolfe and adjoining counties Airs Gribbage the farmers wife came in DR R B GARDNER Dolls I declare bhe exclaimed looking at the boxes on the table And PHYSICIAN UNB1CRGFffR as her quick eye fell on the work in -- And as Miss Pollvs hand she added true as I live youre a lressin em Hazel Greek E1ym 4Yes said Nliss Polly coloring a Offers his services to the people of Wolfe an soft autumnal pink adjoining- counties said inquisitive For the toy shop Mrs Gribbage lEksH 1L DR Well no acknowledged Miss Pol Â¬ They are for the little girls in the PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ly orphan asylum They dont have any one to think of their Christmas vou Hazel Greek Kr know Well 1 declare reiterated Mrs Ttmders bis professional services to the citi Gribbage Why theres eighteen of zens of Wolfe an adjoining counties Office em You dont mean to say that at residence on Broad war youre dressin eighteen dolls B TATJILBEE X Yes1 said Miss Polly in deprecating ATTORNEY AT ATTORNEY NOTARY PUBLIC a ATTORNEYS non-res-Goa- ts - J answered Robbie She scowled at me one day when I stepped on the train of her dress And I heaitl her say Clumsy boy to her sister And she was very right didactically observed Jauie You are a clumsy boy Rob -- Perhaps said John its Mrs Bricknor Thces a stunner for yon Aint she always dressed like the Queen of Sheba I cant bear Mrs Bricknor said Bell She laughs too loud and her false teeth dont fit and I dont think she likes little bo3s and girls She looked real cross at the Thanksgiving party when we had them funnv games and told Mrs Fenwick that she didnt think children ought to be allowed to make so much noise Ill tell you who docs love children suddenly exclaimed Janie though And love her too and I wish papa would marrv her Miss Pollv Priteh- Â¬ ard -- What that Miss Polly that has the blue Maltese cat and the red cardinal bird said Robbie -- Well it aint a bad idea She mive me some bread and jam the night I got lost blackberring on the hills and told me such a nice story about Fortunatus and his Purse when I was resting on her sofa Yes and what do vou lliink eagerly struck in Janie Shes dress Â¬ dolls now for the poor ing eighteen little orphan girls in the asylum and she has bought eleven jack knives for the bojs because she says all children ought to have a Christmas declared Robbie Shes a trump pounding both hands down upon the I declare Ive most a mind to table marry her myself But look here Janie am t you gomg to help a fellow with these long division sums before papa calls us in to recite And then the noise of all four talking together drowned the sense of what they said and Mr Meilen smiling to himself pushed back his pen and ser- Â¬ mon paper Out of the mouths of babes ami suck- Â¬ ling he said mildlv Who knows but that these little ones voice have been sent to guide my footsteps aright It was a sweet and gracious idea that of preparing a Christmas for the little homeless ones who have no parents to take tender thought for them I think I will go out and quiet my troubled meditations with a walk And his walk led him to the little red farm house in Avhose wing Miss Polly Pritehard sat diligently at work over the eighteen dolls The parson was a sensible straight Â¬ forward man who comprehended none of the sinuous wiles of society Ho knocked at the door and walked in All looked cozy anil comfortable there from the big geranium in the window aud the Maltese cat on the rug to the shaded lamp and the work basket beside the prim little spinster And Mi Poily herself with her thick brown hair coiled in a knot at the back of her head and a faint carnation like bloom on her cheek was not the least attract-Â¬ ive element of the scene So these arc the dolls for the little waifs and strays of humanity eh said the parson looking kindly at the maiden Not her anyhow I dont know -- GAS FORGE An Invention Likely to Revolutionize the Smelting of Iron and Glass The Petroleum Age thus describes a recent trial at Kendall Pa of Dr Ben ninghoffs patent process of smelting iron steel and glass with natural gas Iron and steel were quickly raised to a white heat in a well controlled flame which came from mixing natural gas with air and the metals were easily and thoroughly welded The invention seems likely to revolu- Â¬ tionize the smelting of iron steel and glasa in the United States The forsre is built of brick about thirty three inches square at the base and thirty inches in height The firepot is located at the central point and near the lop of the forge Inch air pipes coming from the fan or blower are connected to three quarter inch gas pipes just outside and on op- Â¬ posite sides of the forge At the T the gas and air are mixed and then pass into the forge through the same pipe The two pipes from opposite sides are in a horizontal line with one another and have their open ends in the forge di- Â¬ rectly opposite and sixteen inches apart When they are lighted the two llames strike against each other An air pipe in a vertical position from the bottom of the forge has its open end about eigh Â¬ teen inches below the horizontal line beÂ¬ tween the pipes containing gas and air The intense heat is obtained near the intersection point of the air current and the mixed ones of air and gas The top of the forge is nearlj- - closed with the exception of an aperture larg enough to admit the piece of iron or teel to be welded When the two gas jets are first lighted the flame rises to a height proportionate to the How of gas But when the air is lorced into the air pipes and mingles with the gas the llame changes from a yellow to a lam Â¬ bent blue color as it settles into the firebox in the forge Why the jet of llame sinks instead of rises is something as yet unexplained by those who havo brought about the valuable results Dr BenninghoU describe his invention as a process in which gas is mixed with air under pressure so as to make it in tho He also highest degree combustible says the oxygen in the air beino- - the im- Â¬ portant factor of combustion all that is is to supply a sufficient necessary amount of air to get the required amount of oxygen to perfectly consume the gas Gas burning in an ordinary jet tor the purpose of light gives that light because it is not all consumed Where combustion is perfect there is no blaze or llame to be seen In order that the air supply may not interfere with the heat supply the gas is mingled with the air before it is introduced into the iirebox In arranging a forgo it may also be necessary to add extra air blasts to the fire for the purpose of locating the heating place and for sup Â¬ plying oxygen in case there be any uon- i ovia present Scientific oxygenizeu e American --o- A NATURAL PITH AND POINT Burtons Missus told me to come down and tell you she was not at home Huffcut Go back and tell your mistress I say I havent called Tid Bis A lady was once lamenting the ill luck which attended her affairs when a friend wishing to console her bade her Oh I look upon the bright side she sighed there seems to be no bright side Then polish up the dark one was the quick reply Do not be too emphatic in the ex- Â¬ pression of your opinions my son I once heard your mother speak of the Bliggses as the scum of the earth Since then the scum has risen as it always does first or lat and will have nothing to do with your mother or me Burdette A young girl of sixteen years writes that she suffers dreadfully from insomnia and wants to know what she Go to sleep daughter shall do for it go to sleep We never yet saw a case of insomnia that couldnt be cured by reg Â¬ ular healthful sleep Thats the boss medicine for insomnia Chicago Trib- Â¬ une How i your boy Fond father Smith getting on at college Smith Fond father H First rate I believe Strange my boy doesnt stand well in his class at all and yet I believe he is a very hard student What do you sup Â¬ Smith pose can be the matter Maybe hes too hard X Y Mail It has been figured out that a good sized dog requires more food to keep boy or him in order than a six-year-old Pnnr nnniilp wild Irnnn n finer will do well to ponder over this and take steps to get rid ot their six year old boy or girl before severe winter sets in o irl -- FACE MEMORY Why People of strange Itace All Seem to Look Alike lady X M -- Yes But I dont said Mis Polly know how you heard anything about it Mr Meilen It was to be a profound secret I will keep it most profoundly said the parson HAZEL GREEN FITSMAK SIMEON KY ACCOUCHEUR HD Tenders his professional services to the peo ple of Wolfe and adjoining- counties Office at residence on Hazel Green Heights HOTELS DAY HOUSE HAZEL GREEN KY D SCODSEY Proprietor Patronage is respectfully solicited Irons everybody more especially the traveling public Firstrclasi accommodations and satisfaction guaranteed PIHBATT BOUSifl HAZEL GREEN KY JOHN HPIERATT Proprietor rbe teble i sunnlie8 with th fcRtl the market and firstrclass accommodatioa will beforniEbedfer iaan and beast MORGAN HOUSE VEST LIBERTY KY JAMES H COLE Proprleter Patronage of the traveling publio is re epectfully solicited Table alwavs suppled with the best in the sarket Stable attached ASHLAND HOUSE KEAX POST OFFICE tEXINGTOX EEST GLiSS i - z KEXTDCK MTESR EiSQNllLE I E BOSWELL k SONS ALExT75Kt7 csdslatae market Special tourists Tfee Proprietors CAMPTON HOUSE CAMPION KY - Proprietor fiible Is enpplied with the cnoieep t vfc and the charg1 are rea toBaMe inducements t Ct nfmenriaJ Insure Your Property XS TKEOLD REtTABIX rte Iirace Coiiii OF KAK3TOBD COJT2TM Reliable Jnderaaity Kst WMtcb Ical Cheap iBsurasee 1a Tim K Trid tSE and Fir Tsted t99tm ESX1S ES CEXATEST MAKCAriXAX a Kwuaxw xamr You see blushingly explained Miss I am fond of children and it a tones -- Hum phi Well came in to a real pleasure to do anything for the I just tell you that Im going up to Miss little thing Ive often thought I should like to adopt a child Georgietta Fullertons to Tea Miss Polly said the parson bluntly Are you said Miss Polly -- that is the very business I have come Mrs Gribbage nodded complacently to you about What do you say to Didnt they ask yonT said she adoptingybwr Miss Polly shook her head Four repeated Miss Polly Well its your own fault said Mine And Ye said the parson Mrs Gribbage not without asperity Look at that old faded turned dress of their father thrown into the bargain Pollv Will Miss Georgietta Fullerton is What do you saw Mi yours And you marry mer very particular about her dress I Im afraid I am not good now that she is engaged to be married enough said Miss Polly with a Tittle to the minister Mis Polly gave-- the least perceptible gasp as if the tide of unexpected hap- Â¬ piness wa surging up into her very start at these words and asked Is she engaged to be married to throat H ever there wa a good Christian him said the parson Â¬ Polly you are one So folks say complacently an Orelse putting his hand lightly upon swered Mrs Gribbage And dont you never suppose he could have made a better the tiny heap of dolls match Miss Fullerton is an excellent would have taken all this pains for housekeeper- - and has got a little money Christs orphan little ones Onlv sav of her own And it is high time there Yes Pollv That is all I want Yes And Polly said was some one at the parsonage to keep those four noisy children in order Mrs Gribbage was quite incredulous And Mrs Gribbage sailed away in her when she came home and heard the rustling silk gown and red plumed hat news leaving Miss Polly alone with her dolls I thought it was to be Georgietta said she The parson sat alone also that gray Fullerton sure enough now ever came Jlr Meilen to threatening December afternoon in his i5ut little study with u heap of sermon paper think of youV -- I am sure dont know in front of him said Miss Be had sat down to I write his Christmas sermon but some- Â¬ Polly with humility how the ideas refused to come So like the old time fairy stories our There was a general aspect of forlornness about tale ends And they lived happily the room which the poor man realized ever after For Mrs Meilen was a model step mother and the four young but could not explain Its all very uncomfortable said rebels at the parsonage loved her hearf Mr Meilen to himself biting thought-Â¬ Jy- fully at the feather end of his quill pen This was Mis Polly Pritchards last And somehow I always feel it more Christmas in loveless solitude For tit Christmas time than at amT other when the next Christmas came she was Hear those children scream One would the happy little mistress of the parson- think they might play without making age jtV x Ledger we so niuen noise but tnev are not managed as they were when poor Isabel A half breed Indian m the Dead 1 suppose I am not a good was alg-e- discipunarian or perhaps I should nave River region in Maine has domesticated a huge moose and uses him in farm work In the winter when the moose know but that the good ladies in my I congregation are nght and that 1 ought is hitched to a siea ana is ariven upon the ice there is no horse in the eountry to -- Get married again Robbie Mel round about which can keep up with lens shrill little voice uttered just at this him The half breed turns his big cteed moment Oh Hike Vial I Thats a pret- Â¬ into an inclosure with a fence of or- Â¬ Once in awhile the ty note Our father get married again dinary height jSunsense Bell some one has been moose jumps out and goes on an excur- Â¬ sion but as he never fails to return i iiriTinr rnn -- But j its true1 retorted little Bell tins privilege is not begrudged him full of indignation -- and you neednt Boston Journal j I laugh I heard old Miss Grampus say so to Miss Collyer last week when they This car j all thought 1 was asleep on the bed at kiss good bye cant wait for ladies to is the ungallant legend 7 J Of wing iocieiy mat papa was going to that ornaments horse cars m some West- Â¬ marry again Who wash breathlessly demanded ern cities Riclnnond State The lady Janie a tall girl of eleveu J mean Art of Conversation You convinoa 7 a man you rTuade a woman A7 Y They didnt say Bell answered Telegram Miss Georgie Fullerton I bet Poll f We must say to begin with that a large proportion of mankind as any great portrait painter will teslif never see faces actually at all Some are short sighted and see no definite edges to anything and consequently though unconsciously rely for indentiti cation on evidence which is not that of sight and i frequently all wrong They see the typo but not the true face and as a considerable portion of mankind possess type faces distinguished from others of a like kind by dillerences as minute as those of leave the short- Â¬ sighted are constantly liable to error So are the inattentive They fail some- Â¬ times after many interviews to catch the expression of the face can not state except in the vaguest way the color of eyes or hair and will misde eribe fea Â¬ tures perhaps prominent feature as They have if they were paid to do it never attended to the face all but have been content with a general impression have never observed with any true ob- Â¬ and are as little to be servation as accounts their truted in most men to be women believe They when describing womans dre will even- confuse dark persons with light and declare that a long face struck them as a short one or hesitate as a witness did in a bigamy case about the presence or absence of a mutache In- Â¬ deed it is probable that a large section of mankind can not observe for of all who land for the first time in India or China at least half declare that all In Â¬ dians or Chinese are preciselv alike Yet though Chinamen have certain broad points of resemblance in color shape of brows and absence of hair they are in details as dilierent as Europeans while Indian owing to their wide dif- Â¬ ference in color the use or disuse of hair on lip or chin and the existence among them of features due to varieties of original race are more different than white men Inattention is however the main cause of error and is some- Â¬ times carried to extraordinary length We have known brothers unable to state the color of each others eyes and fel low collegians who could not remember whether acquaintances wore the mustache or not London Spectator Â¬ Philadelphia Call It is not considered bad form in Paris to kiss a young woman on the forehead however slight the acquaint-Â¬ ance Etiquette is more rigorous upon the question of kissing in this country He is favored indeed who can kiss a young woman upon the forehead with- Â¬ out getting a bang in the mouth Bing hamton Republican The Second Reformed Oyster Sup per for the Benefit of the Church is an Â¬ From the ad- Â¬ nounced in an exchange verse remarks made concerning such suppers we have long thought there A should be a reform in that direction reformed oyster must be one where the poor forlorn oyster is not of a modest retiring disposition but becomes plural several times during the feast Xorris towti Herald Yes I shaye myself Fenderson now It used to cost me fifteen cents a shave thirty cents a week I estimate that it costs me one cent to shave mvself or two cents a week So you see f save But you twenty eight cents Fogg might do better than that If 3011 should hae every day you would ave ninety So I would Fenderson eight cents 1 never thought of that B George Ill do it Boston Post She had just dropped in for a morn Â¬ Do call on her a down town ing said heythat Vou know Cicely dear it is awfully warm but 1 suppose I must wean this fur trimmed dolman anyhow 0fl didnt notice you had it on Is it No the same one you Imd last year it Id have ou know It brand new and you knew it Its a very bad practice this making morning calls al Â¬ ways leads to the shedding of tears Hartford Post Â¬ chen and Arthur turned btc natVu rA began work Flrt lie ripped open We war gittin on tolable well which coutained the ice and hthl it Matildy the chlldera and me Then he put on a outing of imrstaw aiut we didnt cut much IfWe were as snug of a swelL to moistened it with hot water as we wanted 09 Ther war plenty to do in them tines Then he put on a Inver of nid penrwrNfc i An athough t want so very big pay then sprinkled the whole with water f Wo managed to save a few dimes that it uiadts a nice tuek paste He On our doltarn a quarter a day that upon Charleys face am then put a Cut there came a rich banker along bandagooaked with hot water over tfmfc An he built a house over the way and then he tied the red stocking on once Then evrything seemed to go wron more Then he went home and Clurley With Matildy an me fm that day went to bed During a period ot about Our cottage got dreadfully smalt An wo wanted as never berore twenty minutes after Arthur liadr hewed A porch an bay window au hall himself out Mr Charley was a firm be An our name on a plate on tho door liever in sheol Charley made her believe Now I never was much on advice it He howled he s vore he danced and he But there 8 one thing I reckon I know stood upon his head His wife at first asked When a mans got enough to suffice him if it acuet worse Then she dlduc Hed better just keep alonsr so dare get within sneakta distance of hiai An mind his own business alone An notgive his jealousy vent until hi a moment of wild frenzyhe tore For the best thing a poor man can own the plaster from his face and dashed it at a Is a lot of good natured conteut picture of Two Cherubswhch was hangÂ¬ ExiQtnc Field in Chicago Aeirs ing upon the wall Then Chnrlcy faintel and she had a TOOTHACHE CURES chance to look at his face There was What a Lovlng tltllc AVifo Aided by the swelling the mustard the pepper and Sympathizing Friends D1J to Allay Her a two days beard alt mixed together-- The Husbands Anguish removal of the plaster had also enused the young newly married Denver man secession of a considerable section or cut Â¬ A di not look went to his home on Vol ton street the other icle anil take it altogether itClnrleywife like the same face whica night taking with him a severe case of used to think too sweet foranythlngi She toothache As soon as lie got into the house thought that ha face must be sore and she ho threw himself into an easy chair and remembered that once when sho girl she burned her linger one day and began to groan At about the same time her mother put so ne cold molasses on the his face on the side where the aching tooth injured member and that took ait the pain had many years before attained a home-Â¬ away So she took the syrup pitcher and stead began to swell In about thirty miu poured its eonreite on Charleys factt Two ladies who lived down the block utes 1m left cheek bore a stroug resem- Â¬ to an old fashioned apple dumpling called just then to see who had been In blance jured in the hou e as they had thought they heard somebody groan there One of these wh n she found out the cause oc the trouble said that sweet otI and lime water wasr good for burns She had some all pre- Â¬ Y 1 Jj pared at home and she kindly offered to go VO i SA ami get it While 3he was irone the other lady thought that Hour was good for burns so they threw a handful of breadstulfs upon the molasses Then the other lady came with the svscct oil and lime water mixture and they poured that on Just then the family washerwoman called to see if they wanted to I ave their washing done the fol Â¬ lowing diy As Charley still seemed to they asked the washer- Â¬ suffer some pain woman who Wis old and Irish and they thought ought to bewiseas to what to do She thought that blueing was the beat thing in the world and so they added an- Â¬ other color to Charleys face Well the two ladies stayed with Char- Â¬ leys wife that night and they have since tel was-a-lit-tl- e p 1 int HOW HE KNEW 9 was pulling into Sawyer City on the Buffalo New York Philadelphia Rail- Â¬ road says the Detroit Free Press a young man and his best girl happened to be the only occupants of the rear coach The young man was improving the opportunity to do a little hugging and kissing just at the moment the brakeman stuck his head into the door and yelled Saw yer Saw yer As soon as the young man recovered he retort- Â¬ ed 1 dont care if 3ou did weve been engaged more than two weeks m m As the one oclock evening train -- staircae of a large hotel was violently A pompous individual going up the S- - poked in the back with an umbrella by a man who ran after him When ho turned to ascertain the cause of the as Â¬ sault the other saw his mistake and apologized tiying -- Excuse me sir I thought you were my old friend Brown Indeed said the old gentleman io measured tones and does your old friend Brown enjoy this sort of thing Y Ledger i die of the floor and accompanied it with a series of words the majority of which his wife had never heard before It was an hour beforo Charley got quieted sufficiently to sir down and about that time a lady member ventured to ak if thes had sickness in the family She was told of the affliction which had overtaken Charley and she was all sympathy at once She had suffered just so herself and the only way to cure the trouble was to make cold applications upon the outside of the cheek So she went home and Charleys wife made a neat little bag and tilled it with chopped ice and then tied it on hi face with a long red stocking This had the effect of changing the pain and made Charley feel as though he were having needles thrust into Ills brain lie could feel the hair stand upright on through the top of his head and his eyes protruded asked from their sockets to such an extent that How do you know it is his wife thought that Charley was going Johnson Why man any crazy Howdolknow Pretty soon the ice began to melt and to one with eyes in their heads 6 tight to see shirt that Uovv can aman sell twontv dol Â¬ dripdowu upon Charleyscollar bosom aud and course to meander around his lar bills for a dollar slowly dowu his spiue aud Charley la his said delirium felt as though he had bean flshiuj Well it looks fair enough Johnson doggedly and fallen overboard Theu he began to Oh yes sneered Smith and then pace up and dowu tne room nnd kick the But dont you footstools and stare out of the windows added patronizingly be deceivedby looics Friend Johnson and look unkindly at the cat and just at could have told you long ago that the this juncture a friend of Charley and ilrs Charley arrived His name was Arthur man was a fraud How did yon kuowperitHl John Â¬ and he had been a drug clerk before he be- Â¬ came a dale nnd in eotis queiice his mi son male friends all calle I him Doctor - Mr This seemed to mettle the eruditeHe was much interested when lis heard Smith thoroughly and he angrily and how his friend was suffering and he smiled thoughtlessly cried out a superior smile when Charleys wife ex Â¬ Know man kiow How do 1 plained what she had done for him What know that hes a scoundrel Why mau was needed he said was counter irritant aint I lost tlve dollars on the The topth and the interior of tin niimJIi were inflamed and there- was undubtedlv thieving trick myself To ths might well be added Horace feYer there A hot plaster of sonn kind The gloom- Â¬ upon the out dde would be just the thing Greeley truthful remark iest day in any mans career is thar He said that if t hareys wife would get wou d prepare somewherein he fancies there somo easier him the materials heease the pam almost thing- which would way of getting a dollar tl an by juare I hmiedintelr So thsyall wentto th kit- ly earning it Youth Companim Farmer Smith Proves That He Know Ail About a SwIiuUins Dotlge After the A great man once wrote sting of folly has made men wise they find it hard to conceive that others can An be as foolish as they have been amusing instance of this occurred re- Â¬ cently at a country agricultural fair There was a man on the grounds wrapping ten and twenty dollar bills in small packages of cleansing compound The packages containing the bills were then thrown looely into a box contain- Â¬ ing a number of packages of the com- Â¬ For only one dollar pound alone the spectators were allowed gentlemen to select six of the packages with almost an absolute certainty as the of drawing one or glib vender said more of the packages containing the bills It realty seemed an easy thing to pick The soap out the valuable packages But strangelv jman did it easily enough none of the bvstanders could do it One man pent five dollars and drew forth nothing but thirty packages of the worthless soap Walking moodily away he met a neighbor who accosted him thus- Hello Johnson What makes you look so blue -- Oh replied the dejected Johnson Ive lost live dollars in that plaguy soap mans scheme Well well said Neighbor Smith Im amazed that a man df vour age had anything to do with a humbug of that kind I dont blieve its a humbug said Mr Johnson Im out of luck thats all was Smiths contemptuous Bah lLs a glaring humbug clear retort -- prepared by the hwuls of a generous mother tor a large family The more the jaw en Â¬ larged the louder the young man howled and rolled about in his chiir His wife was several years younger than he and her sole experience with the toothache had hitherto been limited to one or two mild attacks caused by an excessive consumption Df caramels She had usually cured her pun with creosote and as soon as Charley had found time between his groans to tell her what was the matter with him she got the creosote bottle and told him to open his mouth and let her see the tenth which was troubling him He complied but as she could not tell by the looks which one of the teeth was making the trouble and as Char Â¬ ley could not enlighten her she thought shed better pour aiittle of tha stuff into the neighborhood ofw hero she thought it probable that tho tooth was located Just as she got this idea into her head she happened to think that there was an- Â¬ other toothache panacea in the house It was in a small phial which a peddler had left- thero for trial She thought that it would be a good plan to niiK a little of this stuff with the creosote and pour the mixture upon the infected jaw So she made a nice little combination in a tablespoon aud telling Charley to open his mouth she poured t in She was a lit- Â¬ tle excited and nervous and her hand shook and so the fluid penetrated to every nook and corner of theyoung mans food recepta- Â¬ cle There was a yel of agony which awoke every dog in the neighborhood and Charley performed a hornpipe in the mid- - Si m declaied that Charley is the 1 man whom they ever saw Charley U better now but basays that he will not get out of the Iiouse for ajnonth to tleiivet coine unleds Jio wears ainask worst-lem-pered k Tribune Republican A MONGOOSE An American Tale About a Uiefut JndUu Bird In India the mongoose is the greatally of the native in his constant strife with snakes Of the mongoose there is a tale sufficiently familiar no doubt atufyet apt In au American railway in its application carriage there once journeyed a quiet gen man having between his feet a basket of peculiar shape An inquisitive stranger asked him what the basket might contain answer It contains a mongoose was the stranger the Ami what Is a mongoose the gentleman queried A mongoose is an East Indian ani- Â¬ replied politely And whatnnight mal that kills snakes ajiitinued vou want a mongoose for now Welir an- Â¬ the inquisitive stranger I have a brother-iu-laswered the stranger who has been a little too foudoT tanglewhisky and sometimes he- - seej -foot and so I am taking this mongoose snakes ThoiiuiusiUve to him to kill the snakes stranger hesitated a moment and tKpu ho But those are not rcanakes your said w H V brother-in-la- w aiutjhis is turned the quiet gentleman CliritUti wmm not a real mongoose Wit Mfcplaced Ma SChOol - sees I know re- Â¬ i I dont like the teaeherln our I thoughts he was Why not Johnnie - you 0 kind to J to bebttt she dont ap- Â¬ Well she used preciate my genios J Good gracious Johnnie What do you meanV Ml Why Im a K2 - ist genius Im to be a great American humor Â¬ So cuitivating m y when the teacher asked me where they seut Napo Â¬ leon into exile I just gave her a to day witl answer T I said Philadelphia be cause thass where people are btrTealive A nd then 1 Where did you say thej sent him into exile rap fj3 js L f what i h hie stand miCe3Wur wn u my h ud aim 4 Aif ap on wy head SJr was boa- - fn PhaleriiaiKiud ont Dlrre Xsni Meeting limWehtcrUnete Mose oouJiT not help bsiil tHiheJ at the JnagniS-cent punts of Jim Dats a might tliiepairvobpma for sch a iore mggah us ywTam toigt wear v 3Sjr in V no mtSkW Ye tW gori How inchjiUdetsiitrycttAnl whw II - A - did yer gfeni2 - yvi - Ueiykier ef Hoie mouthy meRs guis m uc pen Stttny m 2Ss2 1- - Breens Liniment removes knots and all enlargements on horses or other stock No cure no pav Sold by ee9eKar Year Always in Arfvinee J T F Day Hazel Green i D D Laxdsaw Stillwater Hazel Green Poatofice as Katered it the Caseidy Robinson Campton beceaa claes moil satter Hazel Geeen Eeraud FOR SEVEN YEARS FOR SALE Ji SPENCER COOPER EDITOH Public KdncaUon Cor Truthful Witness pSSEE TIGER HEAD-fS-- g A Saw Mill I J T F DAY KY patrv DMLERS IS GENERAL HERCHAHMSE HAZEL GREEN Carrr in sticfc th LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF GENERAL MERCHAN Â¬ Having the experience of inaav years in our Ib t DISE IN EASTERN KENTUCKY business we feel justified in asserting to the trade both Wholesale and Retail tatw do can aud will meet the wants of onrpatrona and make it to your interest to us AVe have au immense stoek of everything you want or seed iacladiag HAZEL CREEK KY WEDNESDAY JAN 27 18S6 Election First Monday ia August 1886 For Circuit Jadge 13th District Democratic Ticket JOHN E COOPER Por Common wealths Attorney Col L M DAY Ceistv Judge G CoBBtT CountvAttornev Court Clerk Sheriff G T Cireait Court Clerk Assessor W G B SWANGO J C LYKINS W CRUEY DAVID HOGG CENTER W F ELKLNS- - Coroner FIELDEN COX County School SupL JOHN M ROSE Jailer GEO TV DRAKE Surveyor II BURNS KAEH of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce B 31 COMBS a candidate for the office of Survey or of Breathitt county subject to the action Breathitt AnnoHncemanta in the Ken- Â¬ tucky Legislature making workingmen preferred creditors in certain cases The following is the text of the bill and doubt but workingmen there is not throughout the State will rejoice at its A bill has been introduced passage That from and after the passage of this act when the property of any per Â¬ son firm company or corporation en- Â¬ n B gaged in anv manufacturing mechani Â¬ cal or other business or employment or in the construction of any work or build Â¬ ing shall be seized upon by any measure or final process by any court of this State or where their business shall be suspend- Â¬ ed by the action of the creditors or put into the hands of any assignee receiver or trustee then in all such cases the debts owing to laborers or employes which have accrued by reason oi their labor or employment to an amount not exceeding 50 due each employe for work and labor employed within six months next preceding the seizure of such property shall be considered and treated as preferred debts and such la Â¬ borers or emplojes shall be preferred creditors and shall be first paid in full and if there be not sufficient to pay them in full then the same shall be paid to them pro rata after paying costs Sr u 1 1 An old negro woman about seventy Tears of age a well known character in Versailles familiarly called Aunt Iel phin left the poor house on Friday the Sth Inst the day of the blizzard and started for town a distance of two and one half miles As she never reached that place there was some anxiety as to lier probable fate and on the 17th a search was made by a number of citizens and the poor old creature was found in an open field about one mile from town 2evr legislative Scheme frozen stiff She was not more than 100 Ballard County Journal yarda from the pike Several persons In the absence of a better plan sup- Â¬ had seen her and thought it was merely pose our Legislature if constitutional a stump in the field make a law taxine real estate and per- Â¬ sonal property sufficient to pay the cur- Â¬ Parsimony towards education is lib Â¬ rent expenses of its pro erality towards crime says ex Gov Crit-Â¬ rata to the State the county andbe done which could tenden of Missouri but mirabile dictu by appointing commissioners whose duty our great Senator Beck speak and acts it would be to value the lands by town- Â¬ against a law that will give Kentucky where there over four and a quarter millions of dol- Â¬ ships and half townships the value of was a material difference in the lars for our school purposes and all this lands in the same township exempting while our teachers on an average are now all improvements on the lands such as receiving only a little over 20 per month necessary dwellings and barns stables while Mr Beck gets over 400 per month cribs fences etc thus forcing We hope he will see better by and by and large land owners who will sub- Â¬ He is certainly a wise man on many not improve their lands to pay the same d jects but he seems to us very tax per acre that the man pays who lives on this on his land clears fences and improves it because the idle land in a county be- Â¬ Winchester Democrat One of the comes valuable in proportion to the imprincipal issues upon which Grover provements that other men make around Cleveland was elected President of the it As an illustration suppose A owns United States was that ofpromised econ- Â¬ a hundred acres B owns a hundred omy in administration of Treasury How south of A C a hundred west D hun- Â¬ have these promises been fulfilled In dred north and E a hundred east i B C refusing to pay out silver and in refus- D and E each clear fence and build ing to pay off the bonds past due as it is comfortable barna houses etc and inhis plain legal duty to do Secretary crease the value of their lands in any Manning has cost the country over 30 amount the value of As land is increas- Â¬ 000000 per week Economy forsooth I ed in proportion and worth as much per God save us from such economists acre as either of the othera and A has reaped the benefits of the labor of his Covington Commonwealth The res- Â¬ neighbors and should pay tax accord olution in the Legislature of Kentucky ingly The public roads could be work- Â¬ to repeal the Fish Law has excited a ed with convict labor by a poll tax re- Â¬ good deal of interest iu that body and quiring residents and non residents to is both advocated and opposed with un- Â¬ pay each one poll to be applied on the wonted vigor The purpose of the law roads thus all would be taxed alike was most commendable but as the law useless lands would be taken up and pu t has been utterly disregarded it would in cultivation people would build better seem to be immaterial whether it is re Â¬ houses and we believe a general state of prosperity and utilization of all availpealed or not able lands would follow in a very few Covington Commonwealth The State years and serve as a means of developHouse at Frankfort is not as big as the ing our country more in ten years than Capitol at Washington nor as imposing at the present rate in forty sa the State House at Albany but twill Breens Liniment is pronounced by all do at least until the Branch Penitenti- Â¬ who have used it to be the greatest remary at Eddyville is completed and the finances of the State are placed in bet- edy for rheumatism sprains cuts bruises ter shape No Increase in the State tax etc Sold by F Day J T LAND3AW Hazel Green just now Stillwater D D Cassidy Robinson Campton Lexington Transcript The Legisla- Â¬ ture has oegun to curtail expenses by Reform Demanded cutting ofi a dollar a day from the pay Covington Commonwealth of the pages This is usually the way It appears by the official reports of the the thine is done Make a big show of Auditor that the State of Kentucky has retrenchment in cutting off small ex Â¬ in two years paid to pro tern Commo- Â¬ penses and continuing big jobs that cost nwealths Attorneys the sum of 4492 50 the State many thousai dsvof dollars It is probable that the State has paid as much to pro tern judges These payments Senator Taulbee on the 2hst offered a are in addition to the salaries of the elec- Â¬ joint resolution providing for a Joint ted officials which run on whether the ommitt consiting of five members of the officers attend court or not Here is where House and three from the Senate inclu the Legislature ought to put in some j3ing the Speakers thereof whose duty it work in the line of reform and retrench- Â¬ shall be to inquire into the expediency of ment jedividing the State into Judicial district Breens Linimennt is certainly the best conbination of remedies for cornsneural An unknown negro man was found on the farm of W 15 Mason near Hop giapains in the back and side etc ever Jdnsvilleon the 16th so badly frozen produced T F Day Hazel Green J that he died next day from its effects D D Ljlxdsaw Stillwater He was poorly clad and instead carried Casstdy Robinson Campton two whisky bottles one of which was empty and the other partly gone non-residen- In a preceding article we referred to NEXT WEDNESDAY the school laws reorganizing the school system of Kentucky in 1868 and that it looked to and sought efficient Bchools for every school district in the State So far as the State tax is concerned it is reasonably good having now attained to 22 cents on every 100 of property 2 cents having been added in 1882 And yet with all this we have not yet public schools that are satisfactory to the best class of people and the schools we have generally are not such as they desire for their children Why did not the school reform of 1SGS 9 secure efficient for all the children For the reason that though the law provided for local dis- Â¬ trict support this has not been generally given Comparatively few districts have been willing to levy a local tax to supplement the State fund which is not suificient to pay an experienced teacher and therefore we must have the schools Fea- Â¬ taught by boyi and grls It i3 true that a few liberal souls in many districts supplement the State fund by private subscription and secure a good teacher by whom all the children of the district can be properly taught But this arÂ¬ rangement is uncertain and growing more so for the reason that a few liberal Coun-Â¬ men in each district feel the injustice of taxing therasevles twice as much as the other portion of the population is taxed and get no more benefit than those who are taxed only once For this reason the present law is not operating smooth- CHILES THOMPSONCO ly and a very large portion of the people feel the inequality and iniquity of the MT STERLING KY burden and are demanding some better adjustment of the system It will be well for our Legislature to look into this feature and see what may be done for its bettering We commend the friends of the cause to write to their Legislators and urge them to take some The Best Newspaper in America action remedying this defect and by far the Most Readable Â¬ Then the school house and school furniture difficulty is real and troublesome Agents wanted everywhere to earn It has demanded and received the atten- Â¬ money in distributing the Suns Pre- Â¬ tion of school officials and legislators miums They have all legislated and published much on the subjeet and still our houses The most interesting and advanta- Â¬ are not good and our furniture is indif- Â¬ geous offers ever made by any News- Â¬ ferent Can a law be enacted that will paper build and furnish good school houses No Subscriber ignored or neglected I fear not until tho people in each district feel that they need and must have Something for all good houses and furniture This like Beautiful and Substantial Premiums in the attainment of good teachers is one Standard Gold and othorYYatchosYaluabla tree of slow growth but we should con- Â¬ Books tho Boat Family Sowing Machine tinue to dig about it and fertilize it with known to the trade and an uneqnaled list abundant agitation and we shall rejoice in more abundant fruit as the season ad- Â¬ of objects of real utility and instruction vances Iltos by Mail Postpaid DAILY per Year without suady Look Herb Read this please We DAILY por Month without Sunday 6 00 50 have carried slow customers until we are SUNDAY per Year I 00 loaded down and it is impossible to con- Â¬ FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR 7 00 tinue to credit those whose notes and ac WEEKLY per Year 00 counts are past due We must have pay Iddrew THE SUX Sew Tok tttj from you and will take live stock at its value on notes and accounts Do not call for credit even if you are good if P ROGERS vou are owing us and have not settled with We mean what we say J T F Day IN THIS SPACE 4 30 Horse Power With Edger as Good as New 4JIIlSllflBlgHlS -- running order Only heen run 1 G months All in good Capacity 5 Day OOP Feet Per Leaf Tobacco Live Stock and all kinds Country Produce S3S DRY GOODS NOTIONS CLOTHING Boots Shoes Hats Caps Drugs Groceries Queensware Hardware Saddlery Cutlery taken iu exchange for Good or in settlement of Notes and Acctranta J- - T P DAY Your trade is respectfully solicited We are in the market for Furs Hides and Sheep Pelt3 and solicit Â¬ consignments We also offer the top of the market for thers Ginseng Wool Beeswax Tallow Dried Fruit Beans Sorghum Molasses Eggs Poul try and all kinds try Produce Write for Price List - Will exchange it for First and Second quality Walnut delivered at the head of the Coal Koad and will send a good man to set it un to saw the lumber to pay for the mill This is a rare chance Call and see us Mr W L Blake the bUbject of the above sketch with the Evening Chronicle St E W BAPJ1ETT LUMBER CO Louis Mo ia answer to the inquiry of a re- Â¬ Mt Sterling Ky porter said For seven years I had been ailhur with catarrh and during that time have been treated bvsix eminent physicians THE JOHN SHILLITO COMPANY without success Some doctors told me I had consumption For the Dat three years Wholesale and Retail Dealers in I had a continual discharge of mucous arop prinps in the throat a cough and pain across my forehead Added to that was loss of memory voice appetite roarinc in the oars BMaaBwaaaaBaBanMaaaaaMjaaaaaaaaKaaaKaMBamsarcaaaEaamaaaaamanaaEaaaaawaaaBaE s ANODYNE r rISJotrnw0TSa arsw Jtzcz Â¬ andageneral feelmgof wretchedness About five months ago I consulted Dr Turner To- Â¬ day I am as well as cverhave 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 Turuer M D has offices at S19 Washington av St Louis Mo and has in Race Seventh George Streets private and hospital practice of over thirty years treated with wonderful success all O curable cases Treatment of deformities and surgery a specialty Not necessary to SHIVELY see patients By my original system of consultation I can treat patients by mail as Postoffice Cainpbellsville Ky successfully as in personal consultation Patients can consult me by mail on all Dis Â¬ TV1TH eases of the Blood Stomach Liver BotreK Heart Nerves General Debility and all dis- Â¬ eases peculiar to the sexes No exhorbitant charges Consultation at office and by mail Go AnGaci Burgunder one dollar Send One dollar for a full con- Â¬ sultation 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 LOUIS TtJltKEB S19 17 and 19 Hopkins Place Washington Avenue St Louis Mo BALTIMORE MD DRY GOODS LINIMENT me-- cnjTUX HoaracaoM Tiflriww TXarrhma Biphtieris Creup AthTTt 3rasMti XwnrtlziA SirmsMMK 3l9e45sx Eat Idas Corch wtoopisyrpoturn OosarraX Crea CldnfrTTTOhle and Bplaai CARPETING Cincinnati OW ptlla vrw9 a xrcndarfal diaeorocr- - Wo trtiiws like tiom yind on ahant tbarn sd you ti111 alTrars b tliaBfcfui Os trta Sold vrrtrkr or senfbrr mall eorafc4sataara Dr rtrTTri nn Oi a n r A7 m m a mm 10 Powder la absoluMly par and Mshljr ooa osntrtod Onooanoe ft n vA 1b TrortiL a Donodof any othar kind It is strictly a rxodioiBQ to oe stitch wiia rooo Sold ovsrTwhara or sntbx suil tar SS aasitsifi c w tux pang ay ezyxess pgopain i SMS Dlf aritrml if MAKE BLOOD Ut 1fc wtwld-- WIS rj- PIUS SO2TSraSJ - ollla- - jm 180 TOOXCJL3t Jfctaxa - S Hill Ikt nfclio l LATlSS Saw Mill for Sale I have a saw mill which I wish to sell in eluding a 10 TEN HORSE ENGINE The Hazel Gree21 Academy-- Â¬ If J III THE fillAll 5 Happiness results from that true contentment which indicates perfect health of body and miud You may possess it if you will purify and invigorate your blood with Ayers Sarea parilla E M Howard Newport X H writes I suffered for years with Scrof-Â¬ humors After using two bottles of ulous Ayers Saraaparilla I So I lea1 SLJ 0474 imjt 1 k- - fin K 01 iuj ri 19 k HAYS and the third term will cosmeite The larze is the DISTON CFISSEL BIT AUGUST 31st 1SS5 and continue and the Mill a No 1 STANDARD GARR months CO Hazel Green Is tha most desirable locaÂ¬ SCOTT tion in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky Address and noted for the advantage ft has in J W DEJARNETT churches temperance socitr and health P iris Ky P OlBox 502 This school presents advantages whiek T DAY are not equalled in the State in many par Â¬ ticulars and its future is destined to work v Marshal and General Detective good to our country which will be felt Terms reasonable for both tuition aad MAYTOWN KY beard For terms e applv to AVill attend to ferreting out criminals in Prof N B HAY8 PrincipaL any part of the country and guarantees sat- Â¬ isfaction in every case where employed Orders by mail promptly attended to HAZEL GKEEN KY The Trustee of this institution har r saws are 52 and 30 inches respectively again secured the services of Prof N JL ta Shr-day-fidio- ol3 W Kl 3 EJ Found NEW BUGGY WOBKS MT STEELING KY Ayer I J Main Street MT STERLING SHIPLEY DOISY CO t Cor 4th and Elm Streets CINCINNATI OHIO KENTUCKY IRST-CLABS- mend Ayers SarBapariila I was afflicted with a disease of tho liver for nearly two years when a friend advised me to take tills medicine It gave prompt relief and Mrs H M Kidder 11 has cured me Dwight St Boston Mass write For several years I have used Ayers Sarsa parilla in my family I never foel safe oven great relief It has entirely restored me to health James French Atchison Kans To all persons suffering from writes Liver Complaint I would strongly recom- Â¬ CherryPectorai Should be kept constantly at hand for use in emergencies of tho household Gonroy Shore 0 Keep on hand BUCKBOARDS and SECOND-HAND BUGGIES and Repair and Paint all kinds of work SIGN PAINTING Will receivelMr Shores special attention SHORE CONROY Give us a call At Home fyo ts CHICAOC COTT JOE ORGA Has attained a standard of excellence whic admits of no superior Itcontains every improvement thntmventive genius skill and money can produce se BOONEVILLE short-sighte- Â¬ BOQNEViLLS OWSLEY COUNTY - KENTUCKY As a liver medicino and general purifier of the blood it has no equal Mrs A B Allen Winterpock My youngest child two Ya writes years of age was taken with Bowel Com- Â¬ plaint which wc could not cure We tried many remedies but he continued to grow worse and finally became so reduced In flesh that we could only move him upon a pillow It was suggested by one of the doctors that Scrofula might bo the cause We procured a bottle of of the trouble without it HAZEL GREEN KY Stands at the head of Low Prices with F McGUHtE erything vou want in Boots Shoes lints Clothing- ev-Â¬ DRY GOODS NOTIONS GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGS e FLOUR BACON The monev 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 F McGUIRE goods Xany a mother startled in the night by the ominous sounds of Cronp fiads- - the little sufferer with red and MvoIIen fc fipimr for air Ia such cases Ayers CherryPectorai Is Invaluable 3TrsEms Gcducy 159 West 123 St New York While In the country last writes winter my littlu boy three years old was taken 111 with Croup it seemed as If he wonld die from strangulation Ayer1 Cherry Pectoral was tried fa snoaS and frequent doses and la less than half an hour the little patient was breathteg easily The doctor said that the Pectoral saved my darlings life ilrs Chas B Landau Guilford Conn writes Ayec Cherry Pectoral Saved My Life nnd also the life of my little son As h Is troubled with Croup I dare set bo wrlhout this remedy in the house Hrs 3Ay J Gregg Lowell 3fa writes children have repeatedly taken Ayers Cherry Teetotal for Coughs and Croup It gives hcmedlatc relief followed by eurc 3frs Mary E Evans Scrantoa Ta writesr I have two little boys both of whom have been froax infancy subject to Iolent attacks of Croup About sfcc months ago wc began using Ayers Cherry Pectoral and It nets like a charm Ia a fr w minutes after the child take it he breathes easily and rct3 well Every mother ought to know what a blessing 1 hare found in Ayers Cherry Pectoral Â¬ Â¬ A School for Teachers A SAWDERS Sarsaparilla and commenced giving 1t to him It surely worked wonders for in a short tima he was completely cured Sold by all Druggists AYERS EEANK TYIEH BLACKSMITH HAZEL GREEN KY Horse Shoeing a Specialty Buggies wagons and all kinds of Farm Tooli mado and repaired in the best manner B 1 Principal 1881 1883 1SS4 F MCCORMICK J If COX EXCEL RiHf8yil Miss Nannie Fiphek graduate TEARS Trice 1 Six bottloe 5 Prepared by Dr Allie Sanders Birdie Sanders J C Ayer fc Co Lowell Mss U S A i Model Planing Mill - i mccohmige Rough and Dressed Lumber SASH BLINDS cox Dosis JIr Wm CRcIdFrceboIdN J writes tn our family Ayers medicines hava been blessing for many years Ia case of Colds and Cough we toko Â¬ These Organs are celebrated for volume quality of tone quick response artistic design beauty in finish perfect construction making TEACHERS CAN ENTER AT ANY them the most desirable organs for homes schools churches lodges societies etc TIME LYTL DEALERS Manufacturers of and Dealers in Ayers Cherry Pectoral and the Inconvenience Is soon forgotteaci PRKPJLRET Â¬ UXEQUAIEE FACILITIES ESTABLISHED REPUTATION SKILLED COMBINED IN BY WOTLBLXEES AXD AU KISD3 OF BUILDDtQ MOXEXIAL Or BEST MATERIAL MA KB THIS commences Jan 27 1880 and the Fourth Term commences April 6th 1SS6 Third Term J C Ayer Bold MT STERLING KY Co LoweH by all Druggists Â¬ THE POPULAR ORGAN Instruction Books and Piano Stools atalogucs Teachers Terms Â¬ and Prico Lists on application raEE ORGAN GO CHICAGO S Tuition 1000 per Term Write for Catalogue tree Third and Fonrih Valuable Farm for Sale CHICAGO COTTAGE W N HALDEMAN ILL Prcaldaat of the Great LOUISVILLE C0URIER J0URKAL CO Telia What Ha Knows of 9S W Pearl St CINCINNATI 6 H Holderby place I offer for sale the farm known as the FOB SALE Mil Blandy Boiler Engine and Saw Works 0 AT A BARGAIN I 48 Inch Saw M Hsw Bittac A D miles below Hazel lving 6reen on the state road This farm has on Containing 423 Acres 5 rooms besides Fine Sawjnd Grisi t Randolph and Ann Sis it DEAN KITE POLLARD A Cood 2 Story Framo Dwelling HATS CAPS GLOVES Co W S DicMnson The Old Reliable Importers and Jobbers IN - Corner Pearl and Vine Cincinnati would here express their thanks for past favors to all their old customers and still ask a con- Â¬ tinuance of their trade C0cx2s2 J0caSAi Locwtsxx We always keep a pood stock and Uncle Dr Ornci tks Wtnttrtmkk Jim Fant with his good looks will at all Sir I watYt a ndo I fcftTo oVjerrd fcr times be readv to wait upon you Talus of fiay y wirt th retklr to toutroar rtmtdr prosspt reauett what I know inr r o uv in cf your Caul Cars The priTjtt tuuraneci of it efficacy I bd and the good results f tu effects I ad obierred on Mr R W lUrtdith arae for aor HAT HOUSE CHILL CURE Jueensware Glassware N WTNTERSMITHS c O W cor Pearl and Walnut Ague Cure IS WARRANTED to cure Fever and Acue Intermittent or Chill Fever Ke mittent Fever Dumb Ague Bilious Fever Dengue or Break bone Fever Llyer Complaint and all diseases arising from Malarial poisons AYERS Cincinnati forcaan of aj office thin fifteen yean has ladaccd xat to toit it in my Usailr Th ruulu cave been entirely satitfactory Toe first case wis of two years standing ia which I believe every known remedy had been tried with temporary ra Hef the chills returning periodically aad seemingly ba J P ROGERS WITH kitchen and din Â¬ containing ing room There is a good wll of fine wa- Â¬ ter and find springs which yield an abun Â¬ dance of pure stock water an orchard of 65 bearing apple trees of assorted winter and summer truit young and thrifty good barn and out buildings about 100 acres of bottom land in good state of cultivation 60 PORTABLE BOILER AND ENGETB ON SKLD3 15 HOESE POWER acres of which is now in corn 60 acres of PVnTi TvrT inm wVa ttAlafeT improved table land and the remaining 263 acres timbered of which 163 acres is cover- Â¬ Bradford Mill Co recently overlwtfML ed with verv finest oak and poplar soil and now in first clasa conditioa rich and productive and underlaid with Apply to or address F 1L LONG Fine Bituminous Coal Upper Grassy Morgan couaty XV Price 4500 K cash And remainder in Or tni3 office one and two years Possession given at once on reasonable terms Persons desiring to purchase can call on H C Heradon or HOUSE W O Mize at Hazel Green or the under Â¬ FRENCHBURG KY signed at Stanton Powell county Ky CREENWADE May 27 1885 S I W MAPEL B C03IBS j 4 Senate spent nearly a half day in disput ting oyer the appointment of a page The time wasted cost the State several hun- Â¬ dred dollars hut then it give several mem- Â¬ EWWR SMITH of the bers an oppertunity to sir their elo- Â¬ E COMMERCIAL COLLEGE quence Kentucky University Lexington Ky year during 2tu4enta oava twgin asj- wek-lxtO rUo Ttco oMspiM kb FbH Diplomate Butei Hon James H Mulligan of Lexing Â¬ Ovarw bat 10 vast JLrercse total ooat Uciadisc Toi tUc is a IxsJij 90 ton introduced a bill in the House on tua t it Book xaiTtpcd Writing tptelalcvrTelrraphjPoaocrspkr Xdtervr Iatdiea rscdrcd Otw eOOO the 21st lost- - to provide for moving the j Coot fr Ortr MO paptU lut rear from 14 toEnoooaatclf Qradoktos 4i seat of government from Frankfort to froa 31 rttM lutrorooa sncUsaSr asd iiuSlTidataj 10 seacacn Special enm Jcr Teacher and Ban i lafayled bjUairormitT ITIdIcbib prcaaatad u iat cradaauc Lexington M Km TUj ttJLrJ dtr i saiad tor iu U hi fhlneaa ad aocwty aad j ma laadix raQroat Ta TXt Book vfciak the The Govenorhasre appoitedDrH K Worlda MxpomiUOB tor reHrd be taiebm a rari atCeon iu Kxtwatrc PraelUal aad praacmi arawis af Baiiaa Edasatisc is used only tt tia Tusey to be Superintendent of the An OeJlce It ia afc aaaaaatt CaUa K taa UcWat aadavav chorage Asylumnd Dr Jas Rodman aaat and avcaaw anrmwpartteviar ta a dacrrisa rrvin- uvulw taS io boalnaataaiK iu rwUi M rvr a4 p Asylum HojpkingTille WXbBTO JU S3EJTB Zxlato3 v Georgetown Times ThejKentucky Worlds JDxtporition Highest Honor iMKm ICATM - s- - X 1 jn Harpers S C July 9 I8S4 For eighteen months suf ered with Chills and Fever having Chills every other day After trying various remedies recommended to cure used a I Yoar cure broke them at with increased severity once and there bs bee so recurrence of theaa for ore than six months The other case was of a milder fona and yielded more readily to other remedies bat the chills woald return at intervals uatil your medietas was used since which tune nowseveral months they have entirely disappeared From the opportunity I have had to judge 1 do not hesitate to express my belief that your Chill Cure is a valucble ipecific aad perfonts all yoti procuu Very respectfully rit W N HALDEMAW Louis Stix Third Rags axd Uiriox Go COMBS VAUQHN DEALKBS IX J X VAUGHX ine marKet aau we cnarges are Dk G20 TV ilooxs Pxorxirro 2ETae table issapplied with thee4 rs im4-- UCTORTER8 AJTD JOBBKES Ox Dry Goods and Notions ST2EETS AND LIVE STOCK OF ALL KINDS Cor Main and Marion Streets CAMPTON KY General Merchandise c p Entrance on 5th miTz LOUISVILLE XT p stairs LODGING HOUSE N E Corner 5th and Jeffersos M TVHiTEXAy Nigkt C3rfc of dyers Ague Cure and have never since had a chill EDWIN HARPER bottle PREPARED BT I J T PIERATT HAZEL GKEEN KY BLACKSMITH Tools Buggies and Wagons Horse Shoeing will receive capecial atten Â¬ The above well known hotel property t CINCINNATI O nazei ureen ronuumng it jsrge rooms large garden commodious stable Now en Â¬ SAYE YOUR 3IONEY AND BUY joys a fine patronage and can be managed to do the best business of anv hotel in East YOUR GOODS CHEAP ern Kentucky Will be rented fiom April Eor RentDay House Mas LOU DAY Hazel Green Kv 5cc- - J EOGEES BLACKSMITH E MAYTOTVN 9- from Br J C Ayer Co Lowell Mass Id by all Druggist SgfMakes and repairs all kinds of Farming A M NICKELL Or thU office pencil tion DAYSBOBOUGH KY your paper envelopes ink pens at THErXEKAXJD ofSce HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTT TVill reimir TiB TT 1M fm Y Earr Safekfactiou suftramted m aK eMta SaaUiAAln - - T - 7i - V- - i fly plause of all visitors and soon Hazel Green Childers the nicest load of wheat in the will be known farand near as the Athens of country l Grand MHar a Tear Alwtrs in Atf vsnce ntertainrat on Friday Nieht Eastern Kentucky Here the sons and w c Daniel who has been at Mt Ster Ain early bour last Friday evening the daughters the life of every household may ling for a month past is at home with his peeple of Hazel Green and the surrounding receive a colleginle education There is family HAtCL CRKEH KY eeupty began to assemble at the new Hazel freedom in the very atmosphere and soon The cold spell has passed and everybody JAN 27 1886 Green Academy They were thos drawn we can boast of our institutions of learning is lively TTEBNESDAY together to witness the entertainment to be It behooves you one and all to stand by S S Dennis of Ezel waB in town today given by the literary societies of that insti these three noble hearted men and also our Lick Skillet jrXxanfiient Advertisements inserted tation At 6 oclock the seats in the house able professor and make this school as firm at 7S ents er hick first insertion and 25 were all filled and standing room was scarce as the rock of Gibralter Upper Grassy Jan all sa lack etch ssbsequent insertion At G14 oclock Rev James T Pieratt of the In the vears to come when your hair is byterian Church has no23 Bethsalem Pres pastor at this time bv the frost of many winters when Christian Church offered prayer immedi Â¬ silvered ately after which the curtain was rung up you are nearing the flight for that upper and I Luuugu vc arc tipcuung jir Williamson TrtlE TABLE informed has been assigned to and the entertainment commenced The better jsorld as you look upon vour sons who we are TV j n imie hlled the ap Atlantic Railway programme comprised recitations dialogues und daughters grown to manhood and wo tins wonc xiev T 1C T JMwkjiMl in mind pointment on the first Sunday of last month ng dueta instrumental muaic farces manhoo not only in body but Staatard tiaae 22 nHtes slower than 3ft the minstrels c 4cc iroia the time tue en- - bright fruits of your gallant labor your andthis pulpit was vacant the firit Sunday Sterling time month Bro Little who has been 2 e 1 leaves Mt Stealing at 7 a M arrives tertainment opened until the closing speech hearts will swll with pride and the grave of will not seem such a horrid place after all appointed colporter and general raissiouary at lietfiweli at 840 a H jwss aenverea oy rroi nays one ourstoi Then our hilis and valleys will be dotted all for Eastern Kentucky is an able minister aenlause succeeded another All acted well Xa Wvi Pnfttwoll nt o a v he en their parts and considering the short tiiaej over with the homes of a prosperous andrace and we believe his will earnestly and faith- Â¬ Mi Sterling at 1050 A Jt fully discharge duty The homes of a lightened people p M ar fcWW WCCM J tu 1cj niuuj buu jte s leaves jtu steniBg ati--- u me uucr ui uicu There have been three marriageB in this rehearse we doubt if the entertainment has irom wmen snail spring rive at Eothwell at 320 P M Ms 4 leaves Koihwell at 345 P JC arrives ever been surpassed by any similar aiiair to serve as models for the mighty world and community sines the 20th ult and the out- Â¬ look is favorable for the fouth We men- Â¬ in the State east of Lexington All present be the fair beginning of a time i ML Sterling t 5S0 p x tion only the last On the 14th inst at the were of one voice in speaking of the admir Â¬ Ne2 ceaaects at ML Sterling with 1105 a able manner in which the affair was con- Â¬ residence of Alexander Phipps Win Toliver IS IT WRONG JC aadlT P trams en C O railway was married to Hily B Phipps both of this for Lexingte a Cincinnati and Louiiville ducted by Prof Hays and lady and all citi- Â¬ K 5 ceaatcts at ML Sterling with 1145 A zens and visitors spoke in the highest terms The followinglines were written by a lady community The new churclrwhich was begun at this X train ob C fc O from the Eastf and 136 of Messrs Day Mize and Swaneo the pro - of this town on the death of her father for their publicplace in the autumn of 18S4 is not yet- - com TjL train fresa Louisville and Cincinnati jectors of thein enterprise sucn an institution brother and sister losiering e nope our brother Huptists will TMeatgeaery coanty court day special spimeu zeai pleted la it wronsr to wish to see tliem finish up their part at once and let the house leaves Rothwell on the 3rd Monday in each of learning in our midst and expressed the on earth Who were dear to us be dedicated In its present state it can aeath at 7J0AX arriving at ML Sterling hope that the enterprise might be liberally Who have gone to heavenly mansions patronized by the people of this whole not be made comfortable at 9 A x EetHraiag Itaves ML Sterling country hearth Who surround a brighter at3j SL arriving at BethweB at iSOPJt Rev Dr W E-- Williamson the new minis Â¬ Rev Leandcr Lacy a well known and Leaves JiotbweH fer ML Sterling at 5 r x able minister of the Christian Church has Is it wrong to mourn their absence ter of the Presbyterian Church at this place GEO B HARPER SapL fixed his residence again in our midst Bro From the parted household band addressed the assemblage in a neat little Lacys ministerial service has been of greut Should we check the sigh of sadness Â¬ speech in which he complimented the provalue to this community and we extend to Though theyre in a better land and it If jour paper has cross mark- jectors for their zeal to enterprise show him a hearty welcome be derived from thei e it before yonr name yoar inbscrip- ed tbe advantages Is it wrong to hope to meet them Rev J T Pieratt preached at Bethsalem is over aae ana you wm eonge ui establsihment of such an institution and Yet upon the blessed shore church this evening it being his regular ap- Â¬ commended it tos most liberal patronage by Beafung money at once if songs of joy to greet them And with pointment Bro Pieratt manifests much by the people throughout Eastern Ken- Â¬ ctem-mrk is altar the name When this toil of life is oer earnestness in the cause of the Master and tucky subscription for last year has expired dont often fail to be at his appointments Dr Williamson was followed bv Prof Is it wrong to think them dearer ad yes are respectfally regected to Hays who addressed the people in a few The school in this vicinity under ihe di- Â¬ Than the many of the blest sew- dj seauiHg iw uHSviyjpro well timed remarks inviting all of them rection of J Z Haney is progressing finely Who to us on earth were strangers whether at present patrons or not to send Though the weather has been unfavorable Must we love them like the rst their children and he would giva them his most of the time since the beginnninjj the LOCAL attention Ive a father up in Heaven attendance has been very good PROGRAMME And oh tell me if you will o John Gose who recently took to himself Will that father know his children The Jewels a helpmeet has rented a farm of Eli Phipps Tayihe printer bo the printer can pay Will he recolleet them still By a Class of Eighteen of this vicinity and gone to work John is ihe paper maker Katydid Maech 0Can he look down from those windows an industrious man and we believe he will Mrs Lou Lyttle and Mrs Hays make a good living Sunshine Oar Caaapton letter was unavoidably To this dark and distant shore The Widow Gray crowded oat this week Will he know when I am coming Anna Howcrton CharleySwangoand others MEN FEE COUNTY Will he meet me at the door Song So Sir Â¬ Obitaaries exceeding 10 lines will here Mortie Swango and Esther Wilson Frenchburg Jan 22 Uncle Remus And thou loved one who didst leave us after be charged half advertising rates Recitation The Last Hymx Mrs Hays must live near Manitoba He reports 30 In the morn of childhoods bloom Waiting Letter Feom Over below zero It icached 23 hare on the 12th Dearest brother shall I meet thee Saaecribe to The HeejLLD andpay in cash Song Sea Bellea Adams Mrs Lou Lytr the Sam Salver and Geo McClain We have heard of no stock being frozen in When I go beyond the tomb man who runs it can bnv his kaek So the tie this vicinity The only animals we could Climb Shall I see thy lovely features well spare were the candidates and they It is a strange good citizen that will Dean Swimm Esther Wilson Bertha Chil-Shall I hear thy pleasant words- all stayed in doors The liquor ail froze read bis home paper a whole year or the ders Anna Patrick Lulie and Lillie Day Soundingper my spirits heart strings but some of it was naturally thawed by best part of it ana then refuse or neglect to Sarah and Maggie Stepenson Min Like the melody of birds Byrnes iL pay for nie Day and Lulia Adams Collector B F Wyatt and Marshal W T Song Thb Farmer Boy And I think me of another Day made a raid on moonshiners and found To take The Herald and fer it pay Charley and Mortie Swango Carl Mize and Of a darling little one apout 800 gallons of beer about three miles Is tie hoBMt and the mest preper way Curtis Adams Who went up among the angels south of here but the still had becd moved Se if yoare wise yon will not delay CINDERELLA Lulie and Lillie Day Maggie life had scarce begun Ere her They destroyed what thoy found No ar- Â¬ once and subscribe today Bat call at Stephenson Anna Patrick Carl Mize rests I long once more to see her Charley and Mortie Swango And to fold her in my arms Rev Dr Williamson the Presbvterian Tha so called as good men as we have in Ten Virgins Sarah and Clara Day Mollie As I did when she was witli us minister has been in our midst several days tkis section will find that their reputation James JLou lyttle barah Tyler Cora With her thousand budding charuiB He is a fine speaker and will no doubt be Combs Belle Adams Anna How ss prompt payers is below par if they dont very popular erton Mollie Haney and Mag ppeeauy come up ana pay jor tnsir paper Oh tis true the soul must suffer trie Stenhenson Elder J W Tharpc of the Christian And be bound with anguish down Music The Mocking Bird Bev W L Stamper now at Vancebarg Church has been holding some interesting tis fitted for its dwelling Ere Lillie Day meetings here and at Laurel Springs and Kr writing under date of Jan 18th says Ere tis ready for its crown A Farce Turn Him Out We are in the midst of a gracious revival Cornwell Eighty five accessions to date with ins re to Kelly Day Henry Godsey James Swango Elder J M Adams of this plaee has But oh Jesus Blessed Jesus Geo McClain Logan Linden Cora follow been called to preach for the Christian Thou didst love without nlloj Combs and Belle Adams Church here and at Cornwell and Olympia Thou wilt meet us thou wilt bles us very well SongDOST Thou Love Me Sister Ruth You whe read this item know Thou wilt give us perfect joy Eugene Lawson the man shot by Wil and Mortie Swango Esther Wilson whether or not yon have paid usdiat you liams recently has recovered suiGciently to Sockery Setting a Hen Mrs Hays owe us and if you have not please pay up The New Presbyterian Minister return to his home in Nicholas eountv Song Barney at once All subscriptions were due on re- Â¬Â¬ Mr and Mrs Miles Little ALeen Toot Eev Dr W E Williamson of Leb-Â¬ Belle Adams and ceipt ef the first paper You know that al Henry Godsey anon Ky the new minister appointed so Now dont try and sneak out of paying VIRGINIA Music Farmer Gallop by the Presbyterian Synodical Commit-Â¬ ibr yoar paper Nothing manly about iL James Swango tee arrived here last Thursday night Tazewell Comity Items for The Herald Oration Samuel J Salver stopping at the Pieratt House On Fri- Â¬ Whenever you want to fystematixe your Ckdak Bluff Jan 15 Skatiug has ben and book keeping and make it so simple that a Minstrels Charles WilsonMortie Swango day morning he went immediately to all the fun since the present cold snap James and Carl Mize James child cannot err therein call at The Hee work and did more pastoral work from Some of the boys have very sore limbs Willie Day and James Ward AU office and examine Searcys Ledger Appropriate addresses by Rev Dr William Â¬ that time until Monday morning three caused by stopping too suddenly on the ice If you use it once you will never consent to son and Prof N B Hays respectively days than most ministers accomplish in It is said the parson made tracks on the ice be without it thereafter It is a daisy and The audience was then dismissed as many weeks He called upon all the and from the way he limps we arc inclined jdontyon allow your mental faculties to be to belieTe it benediction members of his church addressed both come dormant as to the facL W E Williamson of the Pres Â¬ Rev J T By Rev Dr the schools delivered an address at the Jeffs rsonville Frazicr presiding elder of the byterian Church district preached at Cedar Creech a farmer living on Mr Hijah Hazel Green Academy entertainment Below is the speech of Mr- - Samuel J held two services Saturday on Sunday Bluff Institute on the 7th inst There is noÂ¬ Lanrel in this countv was chorroine wood sugar eating of sermons with him He ata student of the Academy on Wednesday the 20th insL when by a SalverLiberty which was applauded tofrom visited both Sunday schools and had a tacks wickedness right in the front and the West miss lick lie cut his right foot very badly shows it up in its true light The incision is between tbe creat and first echo by the entire assembJtgo Mr balyer talk with the children preached two and a few more years of sermons received into the church three Tines Harmons woolen factory was middle toe and runs back into the instep is a fluent speaker study and practice will find him in ths members from other churches and held burned on the 2d inst All the machinery Dr F M Thomas of this place dresBed the halls of Congress his voice mingling with a childrens meeting The people all at- Â¬ was lost with a quantity of goods Total wound and says the patient is doing well that of such men as Carlisle Breckinridge tended the meetings and from first to loss 6000 The factory was insured for will while decided as to wheth- Â¬ 2000 They have aad The Heeatd read and pay for your paper recallBlackburn of Clay his eloquence Web- Â¬ last manifested great interest Without er they will rebuild not not Calhoun and or the days Js the genteel way to cut the caper regard to denominational lines all like 1 wonder what He destined make his 3ut dont read it and try to play the lout ster livingis issues intothe pages mark upon him like his preaching and bespeak for Gone into winterhas becomeI of Garkey guess jow quarters of Eastern the By saying Ill pay when my time is ouL Garkey dont act ground hog but come Kentucks history and so indelibly will his him great popularity in this community Such tally as that is verv thin trash name be stamped upon the hearts of the He will again preach here on the second out and take a sniff of the pure winter air What we need new is the dollar in cash Bev J W Browning has just closed a people that time cannot efface it West Sunday in February and all who have But if that yon cannot pay by the way Liberty may well boast of her talented not heard him should avail themselves series of revival meeting at Mt Pleasant Well take eggsawid sich and no more speakers while she can claim Sam Salyer resulting in 24 conversions and as many will accessions and when he shall return to them after a of that opportunity to do so Bud Higginbotham Dr Peery J M Mc course at Hazel Green Academy he will be The consumption of Ayers Pills far exceeds more mature and harder to master An Artistic Workman Guire and others have filled their ice houses amy precedenL They are constantly win Â¬ the present cold spell Ladies and Gentlemen This is not a Mr B F Eiddell the Mt Sterling duriucare sorry to learn that Miss Julia Cecil ning the confidence of those who use them We memory and for tears but time tinner has just completed the most They cleanse the blood improve the appe Â¬ time for has been very sick but gratified that she has hearts of you people should tite promote digestion restore healthy ac Â¬ when the gladness for prosperity is in lap beautiful piece of stamped tile shingling measurably recovered our perhaps ever executed in Kentucky We tion and ragulate every function They are forth in Miss Carrie Spotts has retunred from Jef country blossom as the pleasant to take gentle in their operation midst and bids onr land however luxuriant refer to the tower on the Hazel Green fersonville and takes charge of the music is no There yet thorough searching and powerful in rosevegetation however fair its flowers how- Â¬ Academy From a distance when the class today Its subduing dssease There was to be a tripple wedding here ever blue its sky though so clear and pure Â¬ suns rays strike it the painting presents ly beautiful that God alone may be seen in all the beauty of the Kaleiodoscope Christmas but it turned out to be all bosh NOTICE Send me 50 cents stating what Miss Nannie Plumber is spending a few crimson yet it has its natural impediments toned down in old paper yea saw this in and I will send you heaven to have been the wisdom of the in- Â¬ but a closer inspectiongold and the fact days with her sister Mrs Repass seems reveals an 8 page 48 coluran weekly paper The It The Methodist pulpit will be occupied so create the world that no finite God Truthful Witness for one year The Wit Â¬ spot shouldtobe entirely free from inconven that where the colors blend in harmony Sunday by Rev J W Browning ness is a first class family paper giving gen Â¬ iencies A fertile soil a salubrious climate nestles a beautiful wild flower deftly Encore eral news stories sermons s temperance will most certainly add to the comfort and delineated on a back ground of slate Obituary artiolee and a well conducted school wellfare of the inhabitants of any country The tower is surmounted with cresting departaaenL It is non sectarian and all But no people can be truly blessed nocom and the Bcene presented is one that Arthur Kendrick Sample sou of E 8 and Christians are invited to write for the paper beholder to the Champs Seliua K Sample was born in Xew Garden society unless intel- Â¬ transports giving their tenets and interpretations of munity can boast of its Sampson lives in Elysees of the 10th 1882 ligence reigns supreme France or the Carnival at Russell county Va3rdFebruaryThe parents the scriptares but no contention will be Holy Writ as the strongest man physically 1886 and died January published Sample 2 cents a copy S F that ever trod the earth but how does his Rome as it were Forrest is certainly a moved with little Arthur to Wolfe county Smith publisher Frankfort Ky in October 1883 and settled on the Jordon slaying the Philistines as a blessing and master hand Wills farm on Laurel Creek where happi- Â¬ benefit to man compare with the Proverbs ness peace and tranquility crowned their A short time before bis death Alexander of Solomon or the writings of any man in MORGAN COUNTY efTorts Sickness being almost a stranger in H Stephens dictated to his amanuensis a acred history sketch ef Chelate Gen Lee The first arti Â¬ Maytowk Jan 22 The building com- Â¬ the family their enjoyment was great But There is a Dortion of Eastern Kentucky sad cle was un tiriisetory and he begaa a sec Â¬ ly lacking in zeal for the promotion of learn Â¬ mittee for the church at this place was to alasl the tide changes the little pratlcrs ond This article prepared with great care ing and still brighter minds are not cre- Â¬ have met last week but from some cause it are seized with the whooping cough and Mr StepaCBS was not able personally te re- - ated nobler hearts beat not within the bo- Â¬ was not understood by all and nothing was Arthur is suddenly attacked with an entire vise eat as it is it will appear in the South som of man than throb beneath the breasts done It should be attended to at once the suspension of the motor nervous system era JJirouac for February A sketch of Lee the people of our hills In this scope of house could soon be finished and why not which lasted until death claimed the victo ry The writer was called in to see the suf by Stephens will kave a very peculiar inter of country stretching from the Big Sandy on do it t The Southern Bivouac for February the east to the Kentucky River on the west while vis Â¬ ferer on Wednesday morning Dr J M Robt will contain an article by Judge Gayarre from the bluegrass region on the north to iting his Day who was taken sick Kash was called in consultation Thursday sister at Spencer some three describing an interview he held in 1866 with the Tennessee line on the south comprising since has convalesced His motherweeks morning but no hopes were revived The went Wra H Seward relative to the recoastruc in all near 20 counties the people are not and being to his relisf and soon got him so she could disease baflleu congestion of the lungs bear every means brought to ttioa of the Southern States brain particularly lacking in religion for church- Â¬ bring him home which she did Undoubtedly angelic hosts stood waiting to es are planted in almost every neighborhood What has become of some of our corres- carry the little sufferer home On Sunday Prof V B Hays of the Hazel Green and the daily walks of our citizens bespeak I Acadeay togathei with B-- H Carotherf their love for God The land is not wantÂ¬ pondents It seems they are silent the willÂ¬ evening at 5 oclock little Arthur was con- Â¬ ask Garkoy if she can give me A C Chambers and W H Bartholomew ing in riches for under our feet lie slumber Â¬ dress of Miss Vicie Gillespie by req uestad- ducted to heavens gate which flow open of wide to let the earth worn in of Louisville and J J Glenn of Madison- - ing millions of wealth and the hills are a friend Then the angels echoed around the throne ville Ejythave been appointed a caunittee decked with forests of nnequled beauty to suggest improvements that maybe made and utility No water is so clear and spark- Â¬ Irvine Collinsworth who went to Texas Rejoice for the Lord briugs back his own The father and mother may give the bro Â¬ in oar common school system Prof Hays ling as that which ripple3 down our hills last month writes that he is well satisfied wishes all sunerintendente and teachers of and flows across our green valleys No air and for his family to come at ones and bring ken sigh and shed the falling tear but God May ho Lord in mercy is their comforter the 20 counties comprising the mountain so fragrant with the breath of blooming na-Â¬ his old coffee pot bread tray tobacco smile on them and help them bring up their district to report their ddeas far tiie d-- ture so resonant with the voice of feathered c Taaceseat of this important work that he songsters warbling their Makers praise as The prayer mteting organized at this children in his fear and joyfully meet their naay be able to lay before the eommittee all the gentle breezes that fan the fair cheeks place promses to be a success Let all at- Â¬ loved one in heaven J W KENDRICK suggestion pertaiaing thereto when the of our maidens and cool the hardy brows of tend Owing to the bad weather last meet Â¬ State Teachers Association meets next which onr bold mountaineers It is as Byron has ing the crowd was not so large is on July 7th to 0th 18S6 in Louisville said Arkansaw Mr3 Louisa Bolin and her son Harvey The The land of the cedar and the pine and wife who have been sick for somttime We came here a strancer1 and it sow Where the flowers ever blossom and the are convalescent The Doctor thinks tranepiree that some of the best citizens in beams ever shine they are now out of danger The moBt refined and most popular of all the lak section so called took us in Least--wis- e The All wise Providence has done every Â¬ humorous journals Cannoy of Spencer was up last James aBderpromise that they would press t thing in reason to embellish our homes to pay subscriptions Ac izL re gave them ameliorate the condition of his people in week He reports a dull court but despite Eight Pagas Forty Eight Columns ly time and tisae after tiaae have we remind Â¬ this section of country and it now rests in the hard times Jim will always buy a few Of the choicest Original and Selected mat- Â¬ ed them that it wa lime to come to tuaie our power to make us a learned as well as a old cows and sich like every week bat np to this time Ihey have posponed to a generous and chivalrous people It affords Isaac McGuire of Kansas has been visitÂ¬ PRICE S200ter YEAR POSTAGE PAID A more coaveaeint time It is now past time me more than ordinary pleasure to truly ing his father at thi3 place but left last TO ASV ADDRESS and we want money Gentlems xill state that there is one town in all these Thursday for West Liberty to visit his broth- Â¬ pleaee sead ia their subscriptions xl at counties I would say one county but this er and family special West Liberty last Leslie nee We buy withthen I v ixu aiuflcj eaat wiu ink paper G house- is no county affair counties reiterate that Sunday Swstnam took in has a kind of By special arrangement with the publish It seems that lie nor ear ooarajag has taken the one town in all these hankering over there iTe us tame If you want a good paper right step What is it that is giving to the ers of this paper TllE AttKAXSAW Trav pay for it that we ean improve iL Miss Emma Fitch of Hazel Green is vis Â¬ eleu will be clubbed with The Hazei citizens of Hazel Green a character for schol- Â¬ Gkeen HkTTaid for 250 thus offering an arship above that of her neigboring towns iting the Missss Patrick On We call attention of oar readers to an ad Â¬ What is it that is sending young men and the Road opportunity to secure both papers for little o vertisement of the Chicago Cotiaze Orean women teacners tnrougnout tnis ana ad Â¬ more than the price of one This is a rare Maytovot Jan 22 R A Childershas offer Take advantage of it at once Sam- Â¬ Companjm as other column and we take joining counties better fitted to discharge pleasure is recommending to the general tbe duties of a teacher than teachers have inst completed a large and commodious ple copies of Tiie Arkansaw Traveler public a company whose Organs have atÂ¬ been heretofore Ah 1 The cause is obvi Â¬ blacksmith shop on his lot and secured the will be mailed on application tained a reputation for their superior musi Â¬ ous Give honor to whom honor is due services of E J Rogers the champion ZSJWc also furnish the two large and cal qualities artistic beauty and general ex then let U6 praise the Hazel Green Academy smith of Eastern Kentucky who will always splendid Colored Engravings The Ak be ready to do work in first class style cellence xuis companv ranks among the beyond measure kansaw Traveler and The Turn of largest aad best in the United States having r Tcnb which together with the origi Â¬ I do not wish to deliver a eulogy upon Louis Powers says he killed two of the a capacity for asanuiacturing 800 Organs per any one but I must say as I have read that best hogs in the county He and Aunt the story of the Arkansaw Traveler as nal r MOBth and its Organs are shipped into ner-- all good things are three so you people have Mary Ann are having a fine time eating told by Col Sandy Faulkner will be mail Â¬ ly ererv inhabitable pariJon of the glebe in your midst three men who hare done more fatty bread ed to any address on receipt of 40 cents j The members compesing jhe firm of tjsf for you your children and in fact for EastÂ¬ postage stamps taken These pictures are News reached here this evening ihat Dan- Â¬ Chicago Cottage Organ Xempauy are ten ern Kentucky than any three men within iel Moorfield in Menifet county committed NOT given as premiums but are mailed Â¬ f experfence lategrity skillad in their the confines of our State This school-buil- d suicide by shooting his brains out Cause post paid onlv on receipt of price AdJT- - oeadact their business oh an eouitable basis dress READ JJENHAM Publishers ing tbe unest this side of Lexington will unknown AerfBturejsdestiBeiltobeahrightoae attract the attention and command the ap- - George Ingram sold and delivered R A Little Rock Ark HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Â¬ IlifigC jBeeen ITeralt wr MOSiW Cash Dry Goods Store C WHOLESALE AND RETAIL of a mile from the These springs are located E WILLMOT Sitk 1 1 j We are anxious to sell Our Goods and will make our prices right Orders filled promptly and carefully We have a big drive in a Box toe Boot at 350 extra good Come and see me of Life The Water Humanity-for Afflicted ibon is Kcsra beatifI tow discase used internally er exterwdly lHOBg ise many diseases tkrefcwrieri af Saael Greea Tka watr onutsias a Iswsaer per centage of iron tha anv other water iaaowa hence it is the ssost Tlaahle in the ene ef 4 wk heir io and for which this wonderful water is known te be a positive and veraaaeat CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SEEN DISEASES SCKOPULA CA-TAREH RHEUMATISM NEUEALGIA NEE- YOUSNESS C We append a few ef the hssdreds of tes Â¬ care are the foBewisg w -- M-r 5 1 c E WILLMOT - Reese Building MT STERLING KY HANLY DEALEHS IX- Mount Sterling Ky JUDY ua - Hardware Queensware Stoves Grates Plows c Sole Agents for the World Renowned timonials which have feeea tendered u to the efficacy of thia water in disease One lady writes I am so thaafel to the Great Giver of all Blessings that I tried Swango Springs Ereelv do I give aU she time and money speat there for the health and strength I now enjoy A gentleman of Illinois says I think k water of Swango Springs did ae ssore good than all the nostrums 1 have ever tried I w ill certainly be withyeaagain next spring References R T Smith J G TrintWe P L Beese Mt Sterling Ky F LHmtle Mrs F M Hinkle Win Clarke Plum liik Ky -- I will afford ample accommodation to visitors For further information in regard te hoard A large hotel is now being built whieh TENNESSEE WAGONS respectfullysolicited The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Roots Herhs and Barks Except Ginseng c NEWS The Best and Cheapest Wagon on Wheels The Trade of Wolfe and adjoining counties is McCord w address Or this office HARRISON SWANGO Hazel Green Ky WITH H GTLTJS Aydelotte - WHOLESALE - HATTERS No 613 Wist Matx Stmesx J T BREEN SON LOUISVILLE EY B E BOBERTS -- wim Importers I Wholesale Druggists Carter Bros I Co Main Street Dry Goods and Notions Mt Sterling Ky WHOLESALE ADAM BAUM Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se- Â¬ lected Stock of John A Carter James G Carter D A Forline Jo C Bethel J G Carter Jr S 729 731 and 733 I MAIN STREET J GRiTOIAN 6RAUMAM LOUISVILLE KT JA3- - A SnTJTTISWOBTBr SHUTTLEWORTH -- bROCERIES MB Which he sells Wholesale and Retail as Cheap as they ca5i he bought in the State Give him a calliand be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go 1 inns Manufacturers and Jobbers of 3 Mens 605 W ai Boys CLOTHING Maix Steeet LOUISVILLE KY BOB NUNNELLY JOHN W JONES HEALER LN DUNLAP BROS WHOLESALE SADDLERY CO fiteta Jelwery and Silyerware J MT J L Dunlap 72S J BG Dunlap W Barrett and 730 n aiaia ou MacafactHrars of Saddles Harnew and dealers im c bt NO 10 MAIN STEEET CLOCKS FEOM ONE One Day Clock strike Eight Day Clock and Album Eight Day Clock SOLID SILVER WATCHES Silver Plated Spoons STEELING ET 2 Saddlery Hardware LOUISVILLE KT Largest Stock of Clocks in 100 DOLLAE UP Eastern Kentucky v 00 3 75 3 75 9 00 1 00 GEOEGE DOLL WITH Rosenberg Reiner WHOLESALE Co Successors to Rosenberg Nathan Jt Flexner Particular attention paid to Repairing N H TRIMBLE Call and see my goods JOHN W JONES ROBT M TRIMBLE TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS IN BOOTS AID SHOES 712 atd 714 South Side 3Lcr Bet 7th 5th LOUISVILLE KX -- Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Davis Hallory Co Powder Field and Garden ix Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock and DRY GOODS NOTIONS do the largest business of any And Fancy Goods and house in Mt Sterling Weat Street WTEH T H SHOCK Wholesale Dealers 715 717 3fcua ESTABLISHED IN 1845 Between 7th asd 8th Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY ACOB HARRIS The Leading Insurance Agency 31000000 00 1861 London and Lancashire Royal of Liverpool Liverpool and London of Liverpool and Globo of England 36875000 00 1810 Hartford of Hartford Mercan- Â¬ 1809 North British A 849 Springfield ot Springfield 33301000 00 1863 Firemens Fund of Cali England tile of 1794 Ins Co of North America fornia 1885 1836 -- -- OF MT STERLING KY Total Assets of Agency 143848780 80 9260000 00 4541240 00 2585633 00 Levi Newburger WHOLESALE GL0TH1N6 Co- - Traveler -- MANUFACTURERS 1473026 00 971696 33 1863 Northwestern National of Philadelphia 11548S9 00 724 and 726 Main Street 1710 Sun Fire Office ofLondon 5863000 00 1750 Niagara of New York 1874035 00 5383916 46 1865 Boatmans Pittsburjr 17S2 Phenix of London 411499 00 BetweenFth aadSti Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well known corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental csmpanies being dear at anyprice LOinSVTLLE KY The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as they would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds in trust Look to quality as the D B GREEN WITH paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully A HOFFMAif TY1IITE GREEK ft HUTFAKEE Qfeioe At Traders and Deposit Bank Wholesale Dealers ia E J -- offer Â¬ G B SWANGO J B L White Boots and Shoes West Kain Street 615 DEALER IX J A Huffaker j B Green y LOUISVILLE wrrac Y X -- GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY EEBra COXSTVSTLY OK HA2TD A H j GEO g 42 glare Sievers Garsan FULL ABSOXTEEXT OF 637 W Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- ies Stoves and Farming Implements In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOM PRICES Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due me all kinds of Country Produce and Live Stock of every description Mart Go Main Strt LouiavnxrXT TACMAV E TUCK SSLBSIMTN 9L09M ft C9 - Je Maufactirirs asd iU i 73 and 75 Ifeerier Str3rnST XTr it LOUISVCLLX YOaiCr Mkirsif Gfepg -- - - Zi - v i gl C C3 D - Xi Geeek Hemed JPJbfCXS COOSTro5Ht t HAZEL G1EEN - - KENTUCKY A CALL IN Tfce PERSIA PgfnYrHrii -- la tftec that is indeed lxwof the Ifodes ad Porslstns wiSch chsmgeth --- ef TkeMsaersof the courtly occupant Hue Tekerxa f Tekeraa r tfce by maaoa are guided jwti r Wash for Blotches on the Face Take dried unmanufactured tobacco leaves half an ounce pour on a pint of boil- Â¬ ing water let stand for one hour then strain and add to it thirty drops of cre-Â¬ osote With this infusion wet the parts frequently throughout the day and at night moisten cloths or cotton in it and lav upon the parts affected Toledo lar Blade Tailor made suits have lost none of two per cent of a It claimed their popularity One made of black horsesisweight of that nourishing food good and white with tiny stripes has a bodice is all that he should be led a day By v which appears as if welded to the figure this rule a horse weighing 1500 pounds the side seams are completely cross cut should receive thirty pounds of food Down the front on both sides are some the Live Slock narrow rows of black and white braid So says considered that Record butde-it Â¬ must bo sleeves simply fastened with three but- Â¬ pends upon the amount something per- Â¬ of labor tons upon the outside of the arm The formed as well as the digestive capac basque is an all round one with only and appetite of the animal Troy sufficient spring at the back for the itv Times tournure but no plaits whatever The A Nice Tea Dish a skirt falls in long box plaits a slight sweetened pie crust Makethin short roll and nuffinjr in the tunic at the back Al rirtlv hakn in kIipoIs Rpforp ir is nnitn y 71 thousrh severelv plain this is a most J uone iiKe uuiii uiu ueu uul hi bquarcd stylish gown Â¬ so inches With tailor made dresses the long of four corners or and take up two diagpinch together onal banished cuffs and collars of linen hav6 which makes them basket shaped now been restored to favor Now fortunate fill with whipped cream or white of ly this spotless lingerie is preferred to or both well sweetened and flav all the frivolous ana unbecoming fnp GZZ and return to the oven for a ored eries which have superseded it for the ast year The straight bands of doubled few minutes Albany Journal Pumpkin Soup Take three pounds inen an inch and a quarter high are the most popular to wear with the extreme- Â¬ of pumpkin peel it and cut it into small pieces Put it in a saucepan with ly high military collars now fashionable water enough to cover it adding a little The linen band is sewed to a band and collarette of muslin to keep it in place salt boil gently until it is soft drain the collarette should fit smoothly on the it and pass it tlirotigh a fine colander Put three shoulders and should be worn inifde the for it must not be watery milk in a stewpan and mix j pints of high corset cover to prevent the latter with it the strained pumpkin let it aay trom oeing souea uoaeys come to a boil add a very little white in Century Book sugar and salt and pepper to taste arid serve Boston Budget A WAR INCIDENT London Facts and Figures Apple Indian Pudding Into one The Cily Press publishes the follow Â¬ How a Confederate Cruiser Was Captured quart of boiling milk stir a cup of By Infantry corn meal Into this stir a quart of ing interesting facts and figures of Jon- Captain William Dillon a Western sliced sweet apples Add a cup of don gleaned from a pamphlet by Sirs Â¬ molasses and a teaspoonful of salt i Brewer It appears that in the metrop- - steamboat man tellsinthe following inci- Â¬ Mix all together well When ready to 1864 to a refJlis there are 101 hospitals in which dent as occurring put into the oven add two quarts of milk Pour into a large buttered pud- Â¬ T250000 people are relieved and which porter The whole history has got to be ding dish or pan and bake slowly fdur A 000000 an- Â¬ dispense outdoor relief to nually Twenty five per 1000 of the written yet None of those little inci- Â¬ hours When cold a clear amber population are paupers and are re- Â¬ dents that make up the story have been colored jellv will be formed through- Â¬ lieved at a cost of over 12500000 It told until lately The funniest thing out the pudding the apples will be of also seems that there are many more that happened to my knowledge has dark rich brown altogether a mosb lunatic women than men Cabs hare never been in print It was the capture delicious dish The Honseliold iucr eased during the last ten years from by a company of Hoosier Infantry of a NEWLY SEEDED LAND 10000 to over 19000 Fourteen thou- Â¬ man-of-wwhich the whole American sand four hundred and seventy eight navy couldnt take That sounds funn An Old Should It Be Manured or Not children were losl In London last year Question Revived Fox had but it Is true The man-of-wCGreater London contains an area of eluded capture for a long time though For the last twenty years there has 448331 acres The population for this vessel after vessel and squadron after been much said and written about year is given as 5199106 of whom squadron1 had engaged her in fights manuring Fertilizers are now having 60252 are foreigners 49 55 Scotch chased her and hunted her all down a boom on some lands and in some sea 80778 Irish 3214 blind and 1972 deaf along the coast and dumb In 1884 therewere 11705 tOue day in 1864 she put into a little sons they work wonders the same sea- licensed public and beer houses and 15- - bay surrounded by the rebel lines to sou while in other seasons they do no f19 moles and 9618 females were take on fuel A company of darkies good in some cases bein a positive charged with drunkenness In the ltfifl 1wn hnnlinor Kticrnr rnn Vinnlr inln injury Their cost usually exceeds their same year there were 2G5 persons the country and the large carts were value 1 heard one man report at an 411kllled and 3592 maimed by street acci- Â¬ beimr driven back with onlv a little loose agricultural meeting that he had used dents and 354 suicides There were fodder and stuff in the bottoms when i sixty thousand dollars worth of fertil 20CG7 articles lost In public convey Captain Booe commander of a com- Â¬ izers in his life and one half of the anceSof which 11248 were restored pany in the Twenty first Indiana In- Â¬ money was thrown away I am not There are 407 npwspapers published in fantry met the train a few miles out- Â¬ blaming the manufacturer for erood London side the Confederate lines The soldiers f substantial honest farmers are making piled into the carts and made the dark- Â¬ their own iertilizers and have published t Metal Cutting Machinery ies drive them through the lines down to the wholesale price of tho ingredients f used and it would seem that there is but the coast An account is given oi the introduc Then the soldiers sprang out of tho a small margin for the manufacturer V 3U The best crop a farmer can raise ia tion into England by Mine Do Long oi carts and dashed aboard She was cap manure for home made manure is the her metal cutting machinery which hai tured without a shot being fired CaptainBooe placed the crew in cus-Â¬ key note to successful farming but fprsomeJime been in successful use in tody and made them run the vessel when we havethe manure made we V France --She has now it appears per-- round into the Mississippi River must use practical sense in its distribu- Â¬ xHect ed some Ingenious machinery where she was turned over to the tion One man says it is common sense vvorkod by steam power which cuts with naval authorities A vessel hailed to bury manure eight inches under the ntmost precision the hardest and the Fox on the voyage round but ground with a three horse plow softest metals in any design so tliat by Captain Booe thought he could out- Â¬ and another says it is common it can be produced a gold lace pin or a sail her and ordered all steam on The sense to put it on the surface steel from the solid other ship fired a shell and it burst where the grass roots can get hold of it metal without any molding or filing pretty near the Fox Then Booe hove and both are looking for the same re Â¬ This uniqu industry is divided into foui io but he refused to surrender the prize sult Manuring meadows the hist live general branches The first is the pro- - until she was safe in the Mississippi years or more especially old turf bound balco fronte Up to 1873 when I saw Captain Booe meadows has been riskv business It -t- ouction of gates xteors andothen architectural metal work his men had not received a penny for is not so with newly seeded fields that without casting plates Of brass a foot that capture If a naval farce had have become hard or turf bound If we thick Joeing thus cut into lattice made it thej would have divided up would manure thoroughly after the fir3t Hrk at a single operation a second a good sized fortune but the laws did crop of grass is taken off I think wo brahchls the making of lattice metal not contemplate naval engagements by would see better results My observa- Â¬ workfiiled in witlf glass to T super- Â¬ the Infantry and there was no provision tion has been that where hay is a spe- Â¬ sede tK ordinary leaden frames for to cover he case1 Wheeling Intelli- cialty and manure plenty the newly chjirch and other ornamental win- Â¬ gencer seeded mowings have been manured the third Branch comprises the heavily after the first crop of grass was dows t inlaying of plush and ebony jewel taken off The application of manuro Fencing in the Russian Army cases cabinets etc with red and jel at that time serves two purposes the A regular system of fencing practice solution finds the grass roots more read- Â¬ vow copper steel and other mekils 1 and a fourth lor the working of pic and gymnastics has just been introduces ily while the ground is open and porous Tureframes baskets crests etc out of -and seemingly does double the good that the solid metal fully finished Chicago into the Russian army begrimiing with it would on turf and it also operates as the Guards in St Petersburg Hitherto i a mulch My own experience is that Tribune gymnastics have been taught if at all the same amount of manure does more 36 Curious Boundary Lines in a very irregular fashion and on a good when a part is applied before seed mg down and a part after the first crop In the tempestuous timsof Governor Very small scale- - Previous to the Cri- Â¬ of grass mean war the Russian soldier had not Belchers reign over Massachusetts the least idea of anything like physical A few years since I plowed up a run Â¬ Bav in 1751 a great dispute arose as training beyond his ordinary drill and out meadow manured heavily and pervveen mat colony up to the present dtxy among Russians planted with corn I hired a new man ouHjupuuuary and Xew Hampshire It was referred generally although they have their to cart manure and told him to bogin to the Crown and a certain boundary schools or gymnasia which exercise the to spread where the other man left off line ordered to be drawn A man young mlndalmost to imbecility there but instead of that he put one - named Hazen sun eyed this an- Â¬ where of line and is not yet the faintest notion of the ne- Â¬ load on top spread had been The other allowed 10 dog for the westerly varia Â¬ cessity of an physical exercise What- Â¬ when tion of the- - needle he ever the Russians may be they are at soil was good yellow loam and the corn srew verv larsre and badly suckered 6 deg A0 least not athletes and the want of muscle i thould have allowed only was the loss has often been sadly felt Indeed one The next vear it was planted with po- The result min to New Hampshire of a triangular piece of their own countrymen has called them tatoes Where the two loads of manure were put the potatoes where a treble Iv Y Post yrqi territory two and three quarter miles a jelly people yield and most of them were rotten wide at the base and stretching from few rotten ones anywhere else in A Story of Saladin 3lracutto the Connecticut River This e field The next year it was sowed error has never been officially corrected to oats and stocked down the oats lodgÂ¬ and now a joint commission has been Ip an Eastern land an eccentric man The grass grew three or four appointed by the two Siates to confirm gave up all worldly concerns and ing years very large but the field soon the line over which Massachusetts has went to live the life of a hermit in the turfed over so thick that the grass grew been exercising only prescriptive rights woods But it so happened that rats short and this year it was not over four for one hundred and fort --five years The curious notched boundary line were npmerous in the woods so he had inches high but thick while the rest of norm oi tne Merrnnac jbelongs to the to keep a cat The eat required the meadow was a fair height but thin- Â¬ kr sitiic period and resulted from- an atÂ¬ milk so a cow had to be kept But ner yielding however double the grass tempt toiollow the windings of the river the cow required tending so a cow- Â¬ that the doubled manured portion did ata distance of three miles JV Y boy was employed Then the boy re Â¬ I am satisfied that had the extra load of manure oeen saved and applied when quired a house to live in so n the seeding was new the result would To look nave been more satisfactor3 Some hay An expert who has examine the house was built for him -after the house a maid had to be en- - farmers manure every otiier year and sixteen bronze cannon owned bv the tate of Connecticut reports that he gaged To provide company for the ceep up their good crops of gniss while found but one gun in serviceable condi- - maid a few more houses had to be farms alongside are manured heavily tvrvftji ntarns TVJiviTntmrtftn Vr built and people invited to live in fore seeding and then are left to v w ww vvi T SfT1 absolHflydanerdus froni slrainln tr rtr Ithern In this manner a town sprang hemselves until run out and have to - hoaercoaiiHj oe re plowed and re stocked Now four of these form the up The maid said The further w seek to g from the world and its care ivhich aiSarment of onef the batteries of the the ruv s they multiply Golden ment is best The farmei needs judg Â¬ as well as experiment Cor Guard Hartford Post i Days Country Genilian Â¬ -I ksvae of importance notice is sent the pceyioos day Yoa will go in a fashion suited to your social position d the the rank of host Whether on horseback or in a carriage yoa will be accompanied by a anaiber of mounted attendants- - As yoa approach the house servants liiouaied or on foot come forth to meet you xa4 one returns Trith speed to an nence your coming A dozen attend a4s escort yo to the reception room According- to your relative rank the ikost meets you at the foot of the stair- Â¬ case at the xkor or at die uppm part of the room The question of seats is one also requiring the unost circumspec-Â¬ tion ia obserrmg the various shades of xaak If your rank is superior to that of the host yoa are invited to occupy a sofa aloHe at the upper corner while the host sits on a chair or on the floor at your right The left is more honorable than the right in Persia If of equal rank he occupies the sofa with you bat if jdu are inferior then the positions are reversed The upper corner of the room is in any case the moist hon- Â¬ orable poSitaon If a number are pres-Â¬ ent of various ranks each one know3 his place ata glance The passing of freiiuHents is ako a matter of unde fvlatbjhg strictness the number and qual- Jty depending upon the time of day and the character of the guest The kalian ir water pipef offers a fine opportunity for a display of Persian manners Ac- Â¬ cording to precept and custom a Mo-hammedan can not smoke the same pipe with a Christian and except on rare occasidnrwhen the host is a man of progressive views a separate pipe is furnished for a European visitor But among Persians it is the custom for the hielfestinraHk to receive the pipe first offering it to each in turn before smok- Â¬ ing himself Tor an inferior to accept the offer is an incredible offense Against ffood manners But each in turn after S lskeremony takes a few whiffs at the pipe all taking care to eject the smoke from the bowl before offering it to the next- - The attendants on such an occa Â¬ sion leave their ehoes at the door and retire backwards 8 G WBenjamin j - 33e visitor sends notice anioor srtwo previoas td calling If tbe visit ROUGH FACED GOODS Wfcy Taer Are Steadily GalalBff la Pep- Urlty As the season advances the rough facfcd goods gain in popularity and everything has a rough appearance Smooth cloths so long in fashion are gently pushed aside by the curly or as most people have it the Eyrie cloth in several arieties The boucle surface made its appearance in the spring in summer ffoods and found such favor that manufacturers adopted the hint and have turned out large and small curls on their winter goods in broad and narrtiw stripes in irregular powderings and in definite designs The effect is good both in black and colors Some of the lead- Â¬ ing dressmakers are making up gowns of boucle or curly woolen canvas in broad alternate stripes such as cinna- Â¬ mon and dark blue with little curls of cinnamon wool all over dark blue vel- Â¬ vet high collar cuffs or vest Also in plum color or dark spinach green with different colored stripes with a row of curls running down the latter Velvet stripes on this rough surface are most fashionable some being about three inches wide and of either harmonizing or contrasting colors Astrakhan cloth is a novelty and can be had in all rich shades It resembles a rough surface or woolen serge and is light in weight semi transparent and warm It is made up with velvet usually inserted as aide panels or revers waistcoat collar and cuffs Bough surfaced homespuns with a h iry appearance are new and popu-- HOME AND FARM Coma farmers are trying t consolt themselves with the idea that rotten poÂ¬ tatoes left on the ground will be worth considerable as manure The idea is fallacious The potato is mainly car- Â¬ bon and has very little manurial value J7 Y HtralcL Corn Meal to Milch Cows Do not be deceived into feeding corn meal to milch cows- - Fed freely it at foal inÂ¬ creases the milk flow but soon goes to fat and lessens the milk Many a val- uable cow has been injured by in this way Indiana Farmer To kill the Canada thistle take a knife and cut the heart out of them is soon as theyinake their appearance in the spring and fill up the vacancy with salt then take your foot and press it down solid and cover it up and that will be the end of the Canadian thistle Nut Cake One cup butter two cupa sugar four eggs one cup milk two teaspoons baking powder sifted through with three cups Hour one and a half cups shagbark meats Frost the top and before marking it oft put rows of English walnut meat broken in halves across on every slice Boston over-feedi- ng A WONDERFUL GROWTH Carofnllj Complled Statlstlci of Bom General Inter it Relative to tho Rapid Increase in Population and Wealth ot the More Northern Portions of tlie Great Northwest The late reports from the Executive officials of the great States and Terri- Â¬ tories of the Northwest show a sur- Â¬ CERAMICS I prising growth in pouiilation and wealth This important region com- prises tho rich agricultural and grazing States and Territories of Minnesota Dakota Montana Idaho Washington apd Oregon MINNESOTA How Fashionable Chicago Girls TUelr Leisure Hoars So popniar have ceramics become in We had not gone far before the wagon Chicago that a pottery has been estab- Â¬ lished here which turns out a great deal vour coachman has taken a drop too mnchTr Putting his head out o the window the Tke Great Xloe PurtAer tfce Cwc of very creditable ware Underglazed Why you infernal scouh- judge shouted or all Chreale jfriacaaea- - Ia ETery Body Drank Among the many stonos Lincoln used te relate was the followingr Trudging alojg a lonely road one morning on my way to overtook me the county seat Judge J J DR RADVAY S Sarsaparillian Resolvent fr r 77--- Globe ne returns from the Minnesota cen- Â¬ sus taken in May 1885 show a popu Â¬ lation in the state of 111779S In it was 780773 The assessed valu Â¬ ation of property in Minnesota is 101 028587 in 1880 it was 258005513 iu crease 112973011 The cities of St Paul and Minneapo- Â¬ lis the largest and most important business metropolis of the State and in fact of tho entire Noithwcst show an unprecedented growth They are sit- Â¬ uated so near each other that their cor porate limits now join and form a great commercial center They are about equal in size and their combined population by the census of May 1835 was 240597 in 18S0 it was 88000 in- Â¬ crease 152537 The capacity of the flouring mills is 30000 barrels of Hour a day Wheat received last 3ear 32 4S8222 bushels elevator capacilv 3500000 bushels cut of lumber 300 724379 feet new buildings erected 4818 real estate sales 29435880 Duluth and Superior at the head of Lake Superior separated only by the Bay of St Louis form an important commercial metropolis Iheir population is upwards of 2d 000 and next to Chicngo they are the greatest shipping points for wheat in the Westhaving an elevator capacity of 8X00U0 bushels t0 Â¬ DAKOTA liJCMirVt Dakota shows a remarkable growth in population and by the development of only a small portion of its great agri- Â¬ cultural resources shows a large in- Â¬ crease in the number of farms products of the soil and live stock The retu ms of the Territorial census taken in June 1885 and the report of Governor Pierce to the Secretary of the Interior for 1885 compared with the census of 1880 show the growth of the territory 1SS0 Population w neat busucis Corn Ortts 2stub 135180 3MW lotatoei Hti Barley IV 7 132 M ttilUStJ 27744 22 TJC S 2 ITOtfU 2 7a3 S2hk 41U iii iE85 in tons Acreage of the cereals Farm No or valuation Farm implements val liive stocK vaiuat on Farm products val Horses and mules No Cattle No fcheep No JJogrrf No Wool pounds 2M0l4 2KHuj1 C4Jt T4 5WS14 41 oOT6 4rA43 lAi JiK7t7o 138C7 S7 3m55S0 iKJ7 8 J1M70113 4D - T Ji3 3U0Mi 2r faience ware and decorations in paste are done at this pottery although a Limoges good deal of tho work brought from is used in It arrives of course in a crude state and it takes some time to reduce it to proper form It is first washed in a plunger until it is dissolved Then it is run through a fine silk lawn which catches all the im-Â¬ purities in the shape of pebbles and grit and leaves the pure clay This is allowed to settle in a vat until the water rises to the top This is then skimmed oil leaving the clay aboutthe co of putty A tiro is kindled under it which evaporates any remaining moisture and the clay Is ready for use Tho potter then bats out the clay which he uses like a sheet of pie crust and by means of a plaster of pans mold The forms into anv desired shape moisture in the clay plaster absorbs the and the form is thereby simply shrunk out of the mold The shape is yet soft and in this condition it passes into the hands of the decorator It may be decorated in several ways It may bo painted with a mineral color which is mixed with soft clav or slip to give it a body which will neutralize with the clay while burning or flowers may be modeled in relief upon it or it may be carved There are three kinds of carving relief intaglio and what is on a picked back- Â¬ called tracing ground After passing through the decorative process the form is carefully dipped into a vat of glaze a chemical composition tho combination of which is a secret This gives the finish or surface The piece must then be allowed to dry thoroughly for should it contain any moisture when put into tho kiln steam would be generated and the form broken When dry the form is sub- ntnl in o fiown linnf- fnr nitrhtnon hours in a bricked up kiln and when it comes out of the furnace it is under glazed faience A great many young ladies busy them- Â¬ selves at this pretty work They de- Â¬ sign original figures for tiles and they also make many useful little articles such as creamers side dishes urns vases water bottles and chocolate pots Pupils receive instructions at the pot- Â¬ tery and when able to paint are pro- Â¬ vided with the moist forms which they decorate at pleasure A slight fee is charged to cover the expense of burn Â¬ ing and when the shape comes out of the furnace it belongs to the decora- Â¬ tor Chicago News -- sist-ency - del you aiedrunkl WUUiUiuu caiil BteMUMOk BIorclJfc KruniMMof theTare -- HI twePmont TnannlaVnnri Vr tnrtta tlinir TrnnM w Gout- - nronaV- - IJleltPtS- - Salt RheaiB- - BTCmmmta a- BIahir-Cw surprised to learn how manv people reel in wao never unus amuu- - iuey j tue streets are tho victims of sleeplessness of drowsy davs of apoplectic tendencies whose blood Whether transmitted root pareats or cqalri 1m ia set on Gr e by uric acid Some day they vjttsia the canuive nags ef tie SwapitlHln will reel no more the v will drop dead ast Carea hav hpea rndt Hrhr am iicm haTebaamrf because they havent the moral courage to filcted with Scrofula f nm ifcelr roata up t S defy useless professional attendance and by v years of peby jtji JCJkWATFS 9 JLJfcS uso the wonderful Warners safe cure irXKUTJ i JtSOLVJSSXT mMr neutralize the uric acid in the system and posed ot iKsredieata of etraordtsMT BmiMuat erues essential to pnrltr aal Tcvtiraa thus get rid of the drunkenness in the beDroSceLtiownaBl raael horfr Qcjc safe and pennaaeat la Its treatacat mi cars The American Jinral Home blood ae sold by an aru zit Wht is a girl like an Indian Because she doesnt feel dressd without a feather in her hat Detroit Post nmnr sv ud iloi hnt thats tfia ww uuu uuw iu a uu firs rightful scision your Honors givn a -- Tnrnintr round with crreat cravitv the I lMcrsctcecoartxKcoa Vnerewett rta-cests - Glandular Sydling PrT Coalite Caa- Chroste BfemaaatiMO Saofala SrpUKlc Cm- s- - TLi WSTiFmBSZZ fiMilifr- S SCROFULA -- RADWAYS 9 All animals have thnr good points hot for abundance of the same none can com- Â¬ pete with the porcupine For the relief and care of aU PalM CaagotrttoM nmt laSammatloas Zlt DR RADWAYS FILLS ForlJXSPEFSlA sad for the care cf all tlw dt Blowing Up Hell Gate orders of the Stomach Ltrcr 3owels aMatte has been a laborious and costly work but BUwasnesaPUencadacaectc JPrcceet the end justifies the effort Obstruction in DR RADWAY CO 32 Warren Slrtt K T any important channel means disaster Ob- Â¬ structions in the organs ofthe human body JVL 3PUJMJFT ATVT bring inevitable disease They must be Wayrc u Sage Co Tnnaiiit cleared away or physical wreck will follow HAS IMPORTED FROiff FRASCC Keep the liver in order and the pure blood courses through the body conveying wUci laelnle alet health strength and life let itbecomo dis- Â¬ ordered and the channels are clogged with 70 pes of impurities which result in disease and death 2o other mediciueequalsDr Pierces Wh purity of blood fa wtabUsfced fcr Trreer- Golden Medical Discovery for acting StatfCookepllhaiaCQ aiT - upon the Liver and purifying the blood EVES IMPORTED TO AMCJHCA Why its the most strengthening food STKBKMAa you can eat Precisely but I dont want to ba tied to the steak all the time Jios lKMrirflrM ton JJudget f cy H Younpr Men Read This ImiftrUISlfrii- Old esoBsk fe The Voltaic Belt Co of Marshall Mich I its4t AkMJmmnmmBmmmmwCnmmm offer to send their celebrated Electro-Voltai- c KmimmmmtjtC WJ 125 COLTS Belt and other Electric Appliances on trial for 30 days to men young or old Two c old asA afflicted with nervous debility loss of vital Â¬ EHpar vCi ity and all kindred troubles Also forrheu AVV aple accented fcr alt MeU4 matismneuralgiaparalysisand many oth- Â¬ Avs tKBi krsJr an km er diseases Complete restoration to kealth errrru bmj ntanH Bar t vigorand manhood guaranteed Ne risk in- Â¬ recorded thcr wt curred as o0 days trial is allowed Write reU all Imported furnish trim tie animal nclitxwlfarco verified br tfee them atonco for illustrated pamphlet free onpim r reran ccrwKcaro or lxa jwmscr aa JTtwa W tie lVrehcrcn Stod Boole of France 1 is 35 Xtta mttes tratcd Cjilalosuescnt frro Woyaelltg entertainment Cat concerts Test of CUcasoo Hie CEtago Xorta WucHna ST- - 7T ceh all Moms jT- r-- OK--- II rjrx 140 r T i y 9ue T Morning Journal 2I4GT lS4 7W5S Butter 20ai5j 1080120 The census returns of Dakota show a larger per cent of growth in the number of inhabitants farms and manufactures in the northern half of the Territory than in the southern half viz NORTH DAKOTA Inhabitants No 1SS0 37 143 1SS3 Per Cent Xiici Farms No Manufactures No SOUTH 2l 97711 13 114 203 151119 32911 eae 718 1200 VA 70 114 45 012 DAKOTA ar Inhabitants No Farms No IJanufautuies No 22515 M 5fl 412 MONTANA ar 1 The report of Hon S T Ilnusor Governor of Montana to the Secrctary 6f the Interior October 1885 estimates the present population of the Territory at 110000 the population in 18S0 was 39157 increase 7081J The report estimates the value of the silver gold copper and lead exports al 20250000 tecf cattle 75000 head valued at 4500000 and of wool 6000000 The pounds valued at 1400000 number of cattle now in the Territory is placed at 900000 head sheep 1200 000 head and horses 120000 head WASHINGTON TEKKITORY Cause of Neuralgic Headache The London Lancet says that the pain of the neuralgic headache exper ienced by women is generally located in one or more branches of the second cervical nerve very commonly those terminating in the scalp of the occiput The nerves of the scalp are irritated by the hair drawn tightly back and put on the strain not as a whole in which the strain would bo spread over a large area of the surface but bv small bundles of hair which arc pulled back and held in place by hair pins Relief is often con- Â¬ sciously experienced as a result of re- Â¬ moving the hair pins but this has only a temporary and partial effect The inÂ¬ jury done is lasting in its consequences The local news is getting to be of a most distressing character m this city and it is hardlv safe to read a newspaper nowadays in the early morning on a je- Â¬ june stomach For instance to be faced with the frightful announcement thatSol omon Biflenderkerwas thrown out of his uiggy and sprained his left thumb leaves the reader with appetitive inclina- Â¬ tion paralyzed and all unnerved and powerless to grapple with his untasted breakfast As the local news collector is strong so he should be merciful Sau Francisco Xcivs Letler The Proper Study of Mankind U 3Ian H iH savs tho illustrious ropo n no naa in eluded woman in the list he would have been nearer the truth if not so poeticaL Dn R V Pierce has made them both a life study especially woman and the peculiar derangements to which her delicate system is liable Many women in the land who f GOEUgTEZS 4b MOT9Bf are acquainted with Dr Pierce only through Specialists his Favorite Prescription bless him with ITATetrcared Drops foe Eleven Years Past rand Its cmnpHcatloia with all their hearts for ho has brought them the most ironderfal success cse vegetable remedies tie pe- panacea for all those chronic ailments Bemore all sym ptosis of drojwy la twenty culiar to their sex such as leucorrhcea elsht topatientsdays prunotiaced bopelaas by tte best a Cure prolapsus and other displacements ulcera- - physicians tion internal lever bloating tendency I rom the first dose tne symptoms rapidly dsape4jv to internal cancer and other aihnonts anil In tea days at least two thirds of all symptom ars Price reduced to one dollar By druggists removed-Someiaaycry hatubajr without tno sltwaaythtssc ROPSY J Tt BKSCS TPFATPnPDPr Bokt growl when the doctor orders barlr jTational Weekly guarantee the speedy painless and permanent cure without knife caustic or salve of tho largest pile tumors Pamphlet nnrl ivfArfimi sonf fni trvrt ltfAt srnmiit lVorlds Dispensary Medical Association j 663 ilain Street iJuffalo XY TTe j It is the professional ilute player who ha to whistle tor his money PiKEsToornACHEDnors cureinl minute 23c Glenns Sulphur Soap -- eals and beautifies 23c GEKiiAX Cork Bejioveb kills Corns Bunions about It Remember It does not ccstyoa asytaiBg tee merua of oar treatment lorTosraciZ a3 tea dars tli dliUcnUr of Dreathinsr Is relieved tha pulse rccnar the nriaar7 organs made to dlseharys tbctrfulUlutv sleep U restored the rwelllff aU nearly gone the strcneaincrea3cdaBfi appeUta mn49 cvkkL weareconstuitlycarlBKcasc of leazstaad inc cases that have beeatappev a aa BberoLttew and the paUci dclivrel nnabia to lire a xeelc 4r fan hltory of case Name sex how Ions aaete how badly swollen antl where are bowels coatlTe bars lpgsuurstcd and dripped water Send for free paa phie contatnlnc tesumonials nnestloas etc i en cays treatmsne inrnianea tree oyffiju ffita lv cared pay senl 1 It ran enter trial ioItiv 0 eenta In stamps ta TMstase IT II HBCEV te SOVS XL rvtaWi r JiUenr K Jobci JLveiiae JLtiaata Ga PATTERNS OP AITT SIZE UNPARALLELED OFFERI dy Stuikixg a natty dude Clubbing a dni Harvard XamjjQon Best easiest to use and cheapest Pisos Remedy for Catarrh By druggists 50c It is the man with a dark beard who neve avs dye Loicdl Courier HUuttrafrd with Original Steel Engratm inys Bhotorjratures and Oil Pictures Each C037 of Deaorfsts Monthly JJaaazJne eoa talns A Cojopoa Ordir entltrinz the hower to the seleeUoB la the fcshlon departsaeat la rf anT pattern XastratesT sizes csannfactersa that csmber In ai y ot the Subscribers or P Jrcaascrs sendiaz the cocyc i 7lti two cnt jtamp for rotae win receive- 37 zetucrssaC a complete pattcmcf the stt and Itlna tier car select torn tie llagaslae ccatates tne crier D EMOREST8 sT THE the Of all Magazines Red Star trade y7 mark --- -- castle-portcullis Washington Territory has experi- Â¬ enced a rapid growth since the con- Â¬ Ausoiurciii struction of the Northern Pacific Rail-Â¬ 2ojo A lady from Michigan relates a very Free from Opiates JZmetlcs and road has made accessible its rich agricultural districts The population has pretty story of her little boy whom she SAFE took last summer for the first time to the SURE increased from 75120 in 1880 to 175 seaside The little fellow was greatly 000 in 1885 The Territory is free from PROMPT ttsroasTs axd debt with 1790181 in the treasury and pleased with the sight One day when At TUE C1UBLIS Demjs ATOCEtElt C0IULTII0Br3D the assessed valuation of property iu he saw the first ocean steamer approach Oh the coast he was exuberant 1834 was 51008184 3S733Et Issnblect to mamma just come put and see Theres In cverrland GOVERNMENT LANDS Boston Coughs Croup a big locomotive taking a bath Whooping Coughs The reports from the United States Beacon General Land Office for 1883 1S84 and 1885 jnvo the ao reate amount of no o Five million pounds of dynamite Government lands entered in the entire -- Srw are used annual for blasting purpose 54 United States for that period at 076432 acres of which 29330351 acres in the territory west of the Missouri or 55 per cent of the aoreage was lliver taken up by settlers in the six North- Â¬ Three Quotations west States and Territories viz Â¬ rlUKt I0UGH 0 ffi ONL7 TWO SOTTARS rw lnelndlnj twelve fall alse cut partarza and sleds selected per Send twenty cents for the current maabe Conpen and yoxt eeruii -- ascxte in get lea tenses Us value f sIsm n j -- a Patters a year aal WieRmVcsDemorest PubtisherT7Et4th StHe- - YrrV n3 Vol 221 Sold fc Ul rwdeacand Pocagtgra 25fe baseealli CARDS I JLlAWS0T CA25 PQK2F m fCrr g Af X 3ctos SCaaa r CckkU Ueaicm I For sale l- - all Stationers Sews nea and jfaacr Liberal cLcooa tat actratic 1 -- a In Minneota Dakota Montana Idaho Washington Oregon Total 17i4i a4 21J0757 18JT2612 SfStfflE ocres 26SHJr3 7S7UJJ When a man is hanging cut him down then go through his pockets Texas Post When a man is coughing give him Red i tritmhmfL JggP6i5aiSv-yJiaRal-- - Star Cough Cure Baltimore Jievs VvTien you want to conquer pain use St Jacobs Oil BniGnAM X to Gut Off Horses Mms EC I1PSE HJLJT- Kit and BRIDlj CeraIaetl can not te slipped ty any norse SamplullalteptonRTnartoftlie CS-tree on ret rvz ot jm sola or all Ho Rope Celetjraicd ifi 9j 2J330i51 acres Philadelphia JTeics vRRRflSPSlRr Oceanlcna Cannibal ucaicra Trade Saodlery jC This large quantity of Government lands entered in addition to the lands sold by the Northern Pacific Railroad Company indicates a large movement of settlers to this region of country Public lands remaining undisposed of in these States and Territories In Minnesota Dakota Montana lilaho Washington Orcjron 20P3S7P9 Young acquired the title of Gan eral from having been called Briggy dear so often by his uumerous wives 2T I UcaTnonjj BochesteniS jatjiwar- anjl Barnp cpc iai aiscum to m 3T Send for rtee Lfsi Pisos Hemedy for Catarrh the Best Easiest to Use and Ckeapes RR Independent acres her brothers are expected to find her a suitor Fixe One dollar and costs Judge Finest The prisoner izeiu Ix Albanian when a girl comes of age oonsrsTJiaTyTi cf Swarf TiVJUL 51tOMu2 SJ7Kl74l 3 tl2I5DG 450FJW4 281322961 50iuy99 acres Finer Thv Loaeil Cit no Mcller IziWz The S eet Gum fmm atrceof the same name grow- lngrtn the South combined with atea made from the Mullein plantnf hotd ricld For sale bj all eras gists at S leans and HT oonertoUi THEIlt PAKEXTS TO TAKE TT TnvTB anr CherokEB flsmedy Gran TJEK Iff t r Cold la toe HetwU HeadicbeILir Fever lc SO cento Abo cowl -- i fl M TAYLUR Atlaata Go BBBBBBBBWr Lost and Found J 1 Bailroad through these important States and Territories Its construc- Â¬ tion was made possible by the liberal grant of lands made for that purpose bv the general Government lhe hue was opened for through traffic about two vears ago and considering tne progress already made in develop nrn ing the Tich agricultural 0 v n rr ana otuer native re- Â¬ timber mineral sources of the broad belt of country which it traverses it is safe to predict that at no distant day this region of the West will count its inhabitants by millions and the amount of wealth its people will realize can scarcely be esti- Â¬ mated An Unexpected Explosion One of the chief factors contributing more largely than any other to the rapid settlement in this region was the building of the Northern Pacific Total Haddaiu There U a town in Massachusetts if raid of small pox or typhoid fever as-- It I have been bo ti ered with catarrh about CatarrH C7 Jl 1 tur a pottttvc recwdr lor taa abere 1m aas t OocjUj ot ciea ot ta wnt kind aadutrttt t atasdtaf ot Iaar fe carea IsdM m trra U say ta r tOeacr tn toser wtt tatltasa4 TWO SOTTU3 FSS aaraaSercn a Tl 7ABtXTBaTlIX ca CtaeaMta 1 CONSUMPTION t At Bn3r-trxaaCl-aAt- f CKT ASLOCmlKraHKSTV the Ix union there is strength creamery mau said when he mixed a lot of lard with the butter llasenehusetts is so stingy that he doesnt shade his letters when he writes because it wastes ink Burlington Frtt T A max in Press Wnr should a man be careful about mar ringe Because a wedding is almost always a miss take iV Y Ledger WnEX the astronomers skim the milky way do they ever make use of the big Sioux Falls Leader dipper Dctjes have begun to wear bracelets An old fashioned cuff alongside the- head will Y Jourr show them how an ear rings twenty years 1 lost car wuuYnnr UT -mell entlrclr and al most loat ny hearts fcWO3--cc0UMy eyea we o ccttnK 10 dim 1 had to get some one to thread my nee dle Now I have nr bearing and 1 can Fee to thread a tocac le Efe and my smell Is partly restored and It seems to re Improving all the time 1 lb nit thero Is nothtnz like Elys M a uream naim lor P F ililiiaf tarrh -- Mm Â¬ trnzmymi ruivprvrDM 5f wz txiB wjjntaKi krlvj BBBBBBl JK lVaioB nutl locreAe experience JJ years J aiicceaa ur no fee w rtc for circulars and laws W ctl fllXt RSrDQETVlAT7SKHeerpayfToaa rellev U V U fl Jcxm ntiaoas 1 Jersr A AlrC01UCKi5SOCln6teaaUUBla UX1K ayaa DTKES BEAKD Mr aprsj xw i I - 7m l i- - 9rgm USA v99 JfSciVf I particle Is applied Into each nostril isreeable to nie Price Wcens hv mat or at Pnxs2lit3 SendTor V clrcttlar ELY urOTHErS Drasstsu o reiro A 1 u r un mmmm im4M r feminntt Xlt- Car Fiitstat His QIC flCCCO Trtntrolntam w1H Dla WTrCiXs UiwraUnHaAnuiiCJtachlBnir MM It joawantCMM cam v o anc Tpre3 crocr aj K - at jonr Tne National co-- aa iktikkHx iu mimrtwm j - ssjs WWkM3Mkk cw4iniU Qw rv tree nil y - inquisitive individual of the editor 4BIood wus the calm reply Dans principally villc Breeze What is your circulation J asked the imm benefiv Aw vmS SBak represent 7SnTC These Discs HOME trtindar saverwaro Cs i STUDY Book Seeping Bn 3iTjafl Fcrma 7 tasu eatmrrtoadleuf aom SaXarrBIS Mr Sastkied Eismwi Tancc CasT39ScutfirfSKSt Putimtaa -J Ad active Mas or Wocjji Kniid Sts uircaiars ire 1 inrr i and- - etc IennlnsnL Arithmetic Shorv the CAXCER Treated and enredi trlthonr tie Vnlfe Boot on treatmesaen free AddreM Aurora Ease Co aiX FL -- Prof Bernstein expatiating Life is hollow it is a bubble nothingis what it seems Everybody How beantiful Prof B We are walking on volcanoes which may at any moment overwhelm us Â¬ Â¬ Thbv were just married and be tva about uinetUll years her senior She threw I Ler arms around his neck and said am your darling aiab IT lliis was soft even for a wedding- day He replied Ess 00 iz ess indeed 00 12 oore husbands dar This was at leaifc ten years softer ling Chicago Telegram TVnsK Clara heard that one of berfriendj nad married the three armed man from California she exclaimed Waat blisil ttiKhcalcr - for nnd Sore Threats art Alleviator of Consumption and ofgreai - B H DOUGLASS here and er SONS Capsicum Conjrh Drops TELtCRiPHY Iar JsaeaTlUet Wla amUied neTALrsTtssli5Cii Couglis CoId- QSikSSwML opposite sides of 2 d A jeat Wanted se rngnrttleiniegorld I axxivteFRBS Addrcaa J lUlNSDNDxraorr ilicav A MOTTH roDri ri 4 in moat cases of Dyspepsia aVTA3ECrlHiTATl0HSJ They ars the result of orer forty years e cperieaea in compoundinflr wOOOIl UiSfEniES Retail price 1 ecnta tcr Quarter nouad rou SALS BV ALA UEALEtiS FVPRY WDilH safferinc wltb ifal wiIcaeK jurticalars3ddre Uiii 1tTEKMAX AKroa OaJ- desi rm to Kit ia A PHYSIGilJ fe4 1 tcra otera practice Adds 3 AKBTaiafcoaw Tcua li JLUny -iVefC5y Fof incould explode tins volcano stance there are some men who habit ually deceive their wives There is a Â¬ Â¬ Everybody Uow true ProfB getting excited I myself fBgl 1 Post Jxprea 2ekal man here CeJ Six men rising Well Professor 1 iSaaieyogtr Am men says the Declaraton of Inde peudonee are created free anil equal TTea but then some of them get VhronicU Jferald married-iVtirt-delphia a irha tben tava itnxesatjT vtasKDinvsaKt atltao adirriiMittheia retara JrAtn f ncin a Rut cal ecrc bT roirf the Strs of FITS EHLEftjY or FAIATGSlCfEislTt tatigstsSy lwarrantS5y remedy to esrft the worst cxis Beos4 other bava failed Unora3m3rT40lanrrcelTtasacnro swulst - Ecttio cC 07 Isfuaua onco for a treatise ac4 a Pea Office Give 2sin tttatS fur a trial aaC I an J core juo it cost jcJ win nottinr or5c idrM Vr U Q EOOT 153 feari St r- FTS JOPK5A l JIK KJCKR 15c JoaruJCnlcasuUl JiAM - TK1 K -Pe- t w Ckarfc 3IIrIc Mnstertete bonsht O WtfCl raarUeMricc3 SOilrorcCrriliaztrr4fOfaV ljuntotiu 1 RraiCS New part m EC feti 1J JlNS E wrrsvfT--vRVKra-s wiiex xa yun lleae paper ur tie At Ib this vrtiia k V