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XBVESBCI3GSG KATES -- - JJtiee ob larger tcstex st ob application -- lilflt 4roM EPEKCEa COOPEE Hazol Greoa Ky PftOFESSlONAL T M KASH ATtOWIEYTAT LAW HAZEL GBEEN KT- Will practice 1h Wolfe and adjoining- coun ties Collections vriU receive prompt atten- tion PATTERSON HAZELRIGG r ATTORNEYS T LAW JET STEELING JET SAMUEL McKEE ATTORNEY AT LAW Kb 441 W Jefferson street zauictiixtc ky UTTraetiees is all the State Courts b feokilstteatlon given to business of all lsad la tbe United States Courts A POKTERLACr ATTORNEY AT LAW IVOXSlICY AND public LYKINS EXAMINER F DEPOSITIONS Hazel Gbeejt Er J JL Quiver QUiLLEN j a Xykiss non-residen- WEAL ETAT AGENTS Campion Ky Titles examined taxes paid for Collections a specialty Heal estat ought and sold on commission Will practice in Wolfe and adjoining- counties DR IL B GARDNER ts - ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND Â¬ JPHYSICIAN AN0 HIKGEQIi Hazel Gbekc Kv Offers his services to tho people of Wolfe and adjoining- counties DE J 31 KASH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Hazel Gbsek Kt Tenders his professional servicesto the citi zens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Office at residence on JBroadwa v Â¬ J 33 TAT7LBEE HAZEL 3S4L X CEEN KY 1CC0DC5EIS PITSMAN SDBfiEflH ID - Tenders his professional services tthe peo ple of Wolfe and adjoining- counties Ofhcc atresidence on Hazel Green Heijrhts HGTSLS DASY Tatrosae is everybody HAZEL GREEST KY HOUSE Proprietor D S CODSEY regpcctrnlly solicitedTrom iiiore especially the travclino public Pirst clasB accommodations and tatisf action gnaranteed rXliIfcATT BOUSE HAZEL UllEEN KY JOHN H PIERATT the Proprietor beat trill be furnished for man and tble is sunnlie trith th lirt i market and first class accoramodatios Ihe MORGAN HOUSE west liberty JAMES H kt Proprleter - COLE of tfee traveling- public is re peetfaHy sUoited Table alwaj s snpnlei with the Defitlnthe Hiarlcet Stable attached tnme ASHLAND HOUSE NEAR POST OEFICE CEXJ3TGTOK 1 s KEXTUCK EiSONliLE HIST CUSS K E150SWELL MIS SOXS- - Proprietors CAMPTON HOUSE CAUTION ALEX -- EX Preprietor J ASBURY j t are rea ends in the market and the osable Special inducements to Cfcnfmercxa tourist the Tie table is supplied wlicbarjrchoicest Insure Your Property IK THE OLD RELIABLE dm Wkicfc Mince onwr OF HAXTFOED COKK 1b Reliable Indemnity X1Cheap Xasuraace Tlmm Trid and Ftr X1 THE BEST 18 2HE LCAF1TAX i CTTKAPJEST Ttil - - x k CfsmoxiK jjsm CALIFORNIA OSTRICHES PITH AND POINT THE SEASONS PERIL if his wife hints that bis absewse will 1m hli He took her trera dins hand live her more pleasure The same rule ap- Â¬ laced between the leaves of his Latin or Ct aracterfeticf of the Birds now They Tho young man who assisted a Now the neat and careful housewife plies In taking cp carpets NorrfStetciv I Jove yon so dear me he cried Are Corraled and Plucked Slreek exercise book a small note on the As she often did bcrnre Look up and tell me sweet and loxf Chicago girl to her feet has not asked Merild morning early Bises in tho Thatjon will be my bonny bride The sight of a dog is sufficient to for her hand Louisville Courier-JournBank of England At first sueh unusual Sweeps the sidewalk at her door The Small Hoy in Texas Pours upon it pails oC water At uch beneficence puzzled us butwc very soon frighten an ostrich badly In thia soft hand yon hold my hopa Just as hot as hot can be He was really a clerk in a grocery store The snm and substance or my Hfc discovered its true author vision if permitted so to do the ostriches If a good circus could be seen for Then admires that shining sidewalk They will be leas than naujht to mo but on Sunday afternoon mounted ouaJiigfc All 60 clean and fair to see In the corrals would immediately bo five cents some boys would want to II yon reiuseto ba my wifeT horse he looked as if be might be a mem- Â¬ crawl under the canvas they were born It was one of those sultry July morn- speeding over the sandy plain through 8earcely is tho Jobcompleted She did not blush or draw ber of Congress He was putting on mors When the water warm and nic did she hanpr her iorely head ings at the dale referred to when Lund a waste f tall wild sunflowers at a gait that w ay- - iT 0 Picayune Parting with its heat directly But coolly like a little man A fashion item says the very newest Tankervillc myself and five other chums which would astonish a horse Soon converted into ice She atcotl square np to hhn and said trainer V stood under a broad tlVe near the main thing m hair dressing is the bang The Forms a Aim upon tho sidewalk Thin and cold as chnrity I thank you for your proffered love bang is the oldest thing in pistols gate of the now Botanic Gardens Dr Sketchley lias three dogs on his1 And a slide is there established And all the feeling that you show Through the branches and short shrubs farin but they are all kept behind the that are not loaded Sbrrtstown Herald By the urchins speedily 3Iy lrand 1 give you but my heart I gave my pug that Jon ago we could all but see Magdalen College buildings out of sight of the os- Â¬ The wages of sin being death we Then the good old man outward polnjr MerchevU Tracder bridge We bad turned out for an air triches When a keeper ap- Â¬ cant understand why a lot of people Somewhat old and short of s ght ing thai rooming Cigars were lighted proaches them to annoy Stride that sidewalk and discovers we know dont get paid oil at once and them AU the stars that shino at nijrht and anecdotes of interest were being H have their services stopped Biooming Harsh and wild tho words he uttera they emit a hissing noise like a goose A THOUSAND TO 1TIVE told when suddenly the conversation Not a hit like songs of praise the intruder They have ton Eya As he rubs himself and wonders turned and the subject of our remark and try to bite their Can dogs find their wa home bilb however and uo strength in Wonders at a womans ways A Y World is a question fre- Â¬ How a PoorCdllege Student Won became the belle and First Lad in are harmless unless thej- - get a chance to from i distance Oxon quently asked Its according to the a Wager and a Wife Hold cried TaukerviUe pohitino kick Unlike the emu which is exhib DREAM AND REALITY log If its a good one hes apt to get African as In the direction of the bridge Why ited often one an on each ostrich they lost if he goes round the corner Oil How Augustus Ilardup Was liaised to the toe have but foot This is If you take a sharp lam to the right there she is Speak of an angel and weapon The bird kicks for- Â¬ City Derrick Seventh Heaven orUIUs by the Mischiev- Â¬ w She rarely ever appears I rejoin- - a terrible i muhvav 0u tlie Ifley roul tietwoen the ous Gnomes of Dreamland The Sad A hygienic journal recommends ward The force is shown by the ex ed Awakening City of Oxon and Littlemore Asylum a of one bird which kicked a stout sweeping if properly done as one of Bv Jove and on her morning walk Sloit LSam than usual dignity and grace for tUerswere on the side of itc corral and broke the very bast kinds of exercises for wombeautiful greeu lauc vlll bring- you to to Ifiuv1 he continued en Now if some genius will invent a several ladles on the sidewalk admirinfc Â¬ blow two toe is the Jocks and the narrow foot bridge I glanced at the speaker and said it inand at onecut like The knife point species of tennis that may be played hiur He was satisfied in his mind thas He ed a will Tiie Strange Tank that no man seems to bird which was killed with one kick with brooms he will be a benefactor of which for convenience is placed across was creating a great impression when a small boy on the sidewalk called oat the flood gates that you may- - pass to the have ever approached much less at- had its breast laid open with an ugly society N Y Graphic tempted to woo Lady Maud1 Heyr Sonie idiot has put that pen where opposite bank of the Thames wound Of birds all are per- Â¬ The an- Â¬ She is proud returned Tanker fectly shaped the youngone which has a I He looiwed around So did the Lulies s except cant find it growled old Asperity tique city lies still to your right with its ville and hi eyes dropped a little I saj Mister continued the hoy Iaa club foot and which walks on the back the other day as he rooted about the night you only gave me five candles fora spires mdidomes andcollege towers Brightening up however he look l in Ah urn yes I thought so ho of the clubbed foot the toe turning up desk Texoa Si f quarter I oughter got sue which stand out iu clear cut dark up Â¬ the direction of Lund and vith the The gait of even this bird is clastic All continued in a lower key as he hauled ina j rights against the wintry gray sky or faintest twinkle of the left 13 e ex the birds walk precisely after the fashion the article from behind his ear X Y claimed with emphasis Athousanu to adopted by The PoUit Was Apparent jj in the blue haze of summer infer appear main young ladies in San Indei endcnt five that not a man in Oxon will kiss The following good joke Is atthe exuense Â¬ Francisco of late whose gait may there as if dressed in purple gauze A man claiming to be a scientist Lady Maud without offending- her of a ChlcagQlcorJIYas about Tt fore perhaps be correctly described in wants some one to bore the earth to The bank on which you stand has a Ill take your wager replied the future as the Ostrich walk It is prevent its bursting We have a friciu amesthetize a patient wiieij m answerto a wide foot path which narrows asjou Christopher Lund quietly and what is question he informed the victim that ins if the birds tepped on hot gridirons as whojwe think would be able to do it recede from the city Here the river more will accomplish the feat publicly The feet are Ukcn briskh up and raised Up tothis time he has devoted all hi would be entirely unconscious andkndw deepens slightly reflecting luxurious and within thirtymiiiutcs high and tho body and head oscillate nothing until the otfehdimr growth3 hail boring energies to us and ye would be 1 not Part of tho Old House green shrubbery while a few yards far- Â¬ apart need gazedsay how the boys stood This style was learned in South Africa glad to see him try it on the rest of the and at Lund in utter w 011 The Boston Bceord gives thofollowing ther on the stream grows to shallow derment There was silence but only and not in San Francisco and is as old earth Chicago Mail Vf good illustration of the confusion which the that rank though not unpicturesque for an instant longer Tankervillc and as the race of desert birdsare a iew Liouuon ooy wim inn blending of old and new fashions in some the charac pitcher in hand fell headlong down Uu Silly fear and ferocity weeds imd waler liowerz spring up to Christopher shook hands Lund for a Some back stairs He had regained his feet of our modern houses produces in the ininds teristics of ostriches evervwhere greet the eye SKliK moment scratched his forehead and are more ill tempered but all are dan- Â¬ and was brushing the dirt from hh ot plain people A visitor at a fashionfX3tt2 iu uie early morning or on summer half soli loquiziug said But where to gerous if not approached with care Xc clothes when his mother appeared at the able West End mansion the other day was evenings true admirers of tho beautiful raise the five pounds Bos- Â¬ been irom tho country and never miss frequenting this spot Lov- Â¬ 0 Chris never mind that we all method has plucked discovered by whichÂ¬ head of the stairs and asked Did you ton for several years had not been in Dtiring this period except that ot draw break the pitcher they can be No I didnt bu ers the invalid the weary student all said in one voice Here old fellow and ing a stocking over the head leaving a I will was the quick response And his host had built a spick one span newÂ¬ aljke hereiiuda est and long to breathe well loan you the sum After go house on the site of tha old hole that the bird may breathe To ac- Â¬ he did Hartford Times in an air that seems to stir into life Well boy- - I never saw a lad look ing over the gayly decorated establishment complish this the bird is lured close to Brown to Smith who has been ar surveying the sumptuous drawing rooms everythmffin the vicinity ts he did for fully a minute His eyes delicacy ltko came It was the day after the Oxford and were literally alight and hi whole being the fence of isthe corral by a by the neck invalid for years Hulloa Smith How md the jesthetie attics the truest rooms Has Dr Dubble down to the lower floor where the Cambridge boat race At the former seemed strangely animated Within corn asand asthen seized in this way are you nowadays it is hooded A instead of having large plate glass windows Smith dose helped vou anv university things were uuusually quiet three minutes later our plans were com- Just soon it is comparatively helpless for it will little perhaps but not nearly so much like those above had exceedingly small though the crews were far from discour- Â¬ pleted Tankerville and your humble ms can see You should see pmes in imitation of the fashions of a aged At the latter there was high glee servant were to follow Christopher at a not kick unless it way to what it is as I have helped him at pluck them the new house he has just built Noth- century or more ago The innocent rural After many successive years of strug- Â¬ safe distance while he was to approach kickinghave aOne been removed The patient accordingly small corral the back ing like it in town elegant perfectly is to gling and defeat Cambridge had once Miss Maud Caveliers midway up the of which is movable By commenced to fish his loose change out of pushing this elegant 11 Boston Post more won the day The fates had de-Â¬ Ifley road No sooner said than done Oh you need not niind the his pocket up they could be pinioned The feath- Â¬ cided in her favor The other fellows agreed to remain in ers are taken from the breast wings and fee until I am through remarked the con- Â¬ Husband The census taker was in siderate doctor Yet afew earnest coxswains and train Â¬ the -- lirub garden and for more than I dont intend to pay dear He demanded the age of each ol Â¬ LwisJi you yet returned the patient ers might be seen in busy conversation half an hour smoked chatted and specu Â¬ tail all above the dreaded kicking appa- lhe family and I was obliged to give ratus At present the ostrich keepers him yours He said uiarelV to count my money to see Itpw at the various newly painted and gilded lated widely as to Christophers venture press upon the bird from behind and as it Jiyas the law much I have The doctor saw tne point boat houses and not a few canoes and We walked leisurely behind while Lund Wife enraged Law What do I care and was much amused Medical and Sur long as they keep behind they are safe for law John Smith did you tell tha gigs had demanded an opening of the bounded forward with a light step For 0 iced Reporter 1 locks that morning Stiil the marked fully a quarter of an hour all was sus The man who plucks proceeds with dis- Â¬ man my age hurriedly patch An adult bird iH plucked every Yes I told him Husband twenty three ESSTS Are igrgs excitement and bustle of the three pre Â¬ pense Uur heroine liau auvaneeu lar you were ceding days had now all but died away ahead but Christopher was quick in his seven months and fields about twenty Wife molified--WeI suppose the The wife of a certun suburban was that A soier tur pcrvaded even thing Song movements and presently waswithin a live long feathers anu several tip Chicago nuisance among good cooks a perpetual The tips are taken from the wings The law has got to be respected bird- from their boughs but twitteveu few yards of Lady Maud Tribum borrower One day it was a cupfuUpf Â¬ We saw him gracefully- remove his feathers on the back are left for- the pro- Â¬ slightly and seemed to glance askance A little boy in Warren ton visited sugar tho next a box of blueing and the cap and walk to her tide Lightning Â¬ tection of the bird During thi- pluck- his aunt in the country not long since ut pissers-by- clothes wringer and so on And she wasnl Yes Jack tltat was the bet like we observed her draw up and face ing operation -men have been kicked One day at the dinner table the lady birdbe the 10 by not but half as good at returning as she was at bor Â¬ chimed Lund as in indignation Frightful odds wasnt it As watchers rowing One day in the midst of her coek-birds had a fair complained that a jar of favorite preHad the in rJenily Knoll only myself and Tankerville were too hurt could serves had myleriou ly disappeared visitor naturally supposed that hers was a the result But say old fellow do tell lis that far behind to hear anything In less forward kick Well John veritable vestige of the past hardly have been other than fatal to the from the pantry Each one present di taie pursued the iirst speaker a vir than an hour however the latter soon claimed any knowledge of the fact ex said he Tin real glad youve kept part of 5iES- - mvm-T-H among the three a omig crack oars- Â¬ became convinced that he had lot the person kicked The young ostrich ctijpt the little boy who remained studi- Â¬ the old house though its an awfid small Tr 11 nm men of the iirftt Oxford crew wager Yet for months afterward he which for some time wentcabout on one ously silent At length h was a ked if part was injured He addressed Paul Clifton The were pestered me to obtain all the particulars wooden and one natural Mistaken Idoas through fear The boards on the corral he knew anything of the missing fruit seated with elbows on knees and half associated with Lunds daring act At My pa dont allow when he replied Two llighlandmen being in Glasgow for reclining over the rail of Magdalen Col- - hist I gave in and obtained an introduc- - were outside of the posts The bird was me to talk at the tabe Warrenlon the first time were having a walk through frightened at something and ran against lege All were attired iu tion to her Ladyship then a wife 0a Clipper the city Turning a corner they were sur-Â¬ loose blouses sleeves tucked up white Her account of the little episode of a post something which could not have broken and one prised to see a water cart wetting the boating trousers and canvas shoes that July morning wa- - fouching I been foreseen was madeleg wassort of a A wooden leg or a SENT BY EXPRESS street Not having seen anything of the Paul Clifton or Captain Clif as slmir never forget it In her own hi companions sometimes called him words softened now and again by a stilt to take the place of this but after IM- uiid Who Are Labeled and Transferred kind before Tonga under a mistaken idea a little the bird died It was an object ran after the cart and cried out to the wis the oldest Fellow in Jesus College smile she said the Same as Any Piece of Good of interest to all visitors San Frandriver Hey man hey man voure losin With a forehead largelv intellectual Mr Lund on removing his cap cisco Bulletin Can live stock be shipped by ex- Â¬ a yer water His friend annoyed at Tou -U though pinched in face and slightly bowed low and said Madam you are ieMSSanm Hfc press1 asked a passing reporter yes Â¬ gals want ot knowledge ran after him hlooped he wis deemed the largest a lad I am a gentleman As such the ind TO DRESS CHICKENS terday of an employ e of an express com- caught him by the arm Tougasaid rather hearted fellow in all Oxfordshire The laws of etiquette forbid me to approach Tougal man ddntbe ing not an ege was to be found Over she testily whole faculty loved him and the mean Â¬ you without due introduction When How Fowls Should lip Killed and Ticked pany went to one of her neighbors a widow ot Valuable I lint n est undergraduate in his presence had however you Certainly You can ship anything hao heard nry snialL means and borrowed thewoyjr iu no fear- speech I know full well that Kill bv bleeding in the mouth or for cash or C O D three eggs she happened to have in uiu of opening the veins of the neck hang by Im a whale if you fellows dont your mercy and gentleness house Several weeks elapsed when one Â¬ Whats the objection then to travelbore n man was the reply accompa Â¬ spirit will suspend all law in mj the feet until properly bled forenoon she appeared In the wld6s Leavo ing by express with a tag tied in your behalf A wager of a thousand pounds kitchen with three eggs in a paper bag nied with the best nalured of grin- button hole Good morning Mrs if I iiava come to But say Clif we chaps never heard ha- - this day been laid that no man in head and feet on and do not remove -- ell return something yon let me have the other or crop Scalded chickens Xone that 1 know of except being that itorv and then vou tell it so Oxon will dare approach and tender you day 1 had boiled eggs for breakfast this well a kish without giving 3011 just offense best to home trade and dry picked best jammed around m the car with a lot of morning and these are three I kad left over -A lap Cetweeu the shoulders and 1 have undertaken to succeed and my to shippers so that either manner of boxes and bundles Ive seen people Boston Beo Eggs are eggs you know Paul coughed ATI laughed heartily and claim- - upon you are tliee I am the dressing will do if properly executed shipped by express ord Dead people poorest among the poor law students at For scalding chickens the water should the old scholar began Educational Note 2 Jo real live persons We had a case 1 have an invalid sifter Well my lads you must know that Jesus College apossible be as near the boiling point life hangs on without boiling pick the leg- - dry be- Â¬ of that kind only a-- few mouths ago It we called her was at a home in Wale Her Maud Caveliers as Colonel Yerger accompanied by his little In her own right one of the noblest a thread and a thousand pounds may fore scalding hold bv the head and legs happens once or twice a year Theense son went out last Saturday for a walk wealthiest prettiest and proudest ladies aid in sparing her to me 1 love her and immerse and lift up and down that I refer to was a young boy about Colonel Yerger had forgotten to take his in all Oxon She had seen nineteen with a devotion that exceeds despera- Â¬ three times if the head is immersed it ten years old He was billed to Jacksonwatch with him Being desirous of know Â¬ beautiful summers and the winter tion and should she die T feel that my turns the color of the comb and gives ville 111 and had a tag on him for that ing what time it was be told Johnny toasfc wsi sent 0 could not have been very severe for life will be a blank a shrinking appearance place Whats more hewe got himC but showin your ignorance there div youll no the eye Of cour c I allowed him the kifrs they had left nothing cold or ugly or ob- Â¬ to keep the laddies af the back see which lead- - buyer- - to think the fowl D I dont know how VHI suppose some poor relative unable to the its jectionable in her nature-- let ia I an act which he performed with a grace has been siek the feathers and pin London Exchange cart buy a ticket shipped him to somebodys On hearing hi feathers should then be removed immeaid she was proud and she had a right I shall never forget Supicinu Circumstance cafe because unable to keep and as his lips pressed my cheek 1 diately very cleanly wa- - a gem of a girl a tale to be Yejhc and without Kit parents were felta tear quivering beneath my eye lid breaking the -- kin then plump Those are the circumstance which Sam Johnsing lias been suspected of regular darling Both by dead and her uncle with whom she I turned quickh to brush it off and the dipping ten seconds in water nearly or usually surround auch a case A boy stealing dogs in order to obtain a reward r lived was Dean of Magdalen College vmiiiormin was onc Lhe wasrer vou quite boiling hot and then immediately can travel quite as well m the express A conversation he had with Judge Pennj and one among the most indulgent of w U say fva well wpiV AudSnoj Mr into cold water hang in a cool place car with plenty to eat as he can hi a bunker encouratjes tiie idea that he is none Clifton ioa know the re t My t liris is until tiie animal heat is entirely out To eu hioned seat alone better iit fact old gentlemen too honest Throughout our University City Lad v to day the dearest tuid gentlest and dry pick chicken- - properly the work because the messenger usually takes an Et a man was ler steal dat tine pointer interest in him and lets him amuse him- Â¬ dog ob yonrn how much reward would you Maud was the rage -- md adoration of among the most unselfish of husbands should be done while the chickens are gib ter get him back Jedge young tuid old 1 have heard it taid bleeding do not wait and let the bod- Â¬ self About five dollars When I was on the road I got one that like a morning star she lit the Boys said Paui Clifton drawing ies get cold Dry picking U much more Bos- gimme four dollars and Ill jess After a few miles every little while care- Â¬ himself up path of many a poor profesor and mv slorv is told xMy old easily done while the bodies are warm Dem ani special rates worn student They did not all love --friend is no longer a struggling Maw Be careful and do not break and tear they soon get used to it and dont mind lutf dat dog alone which I aint offering de general public it a bit I had a boy on my run once Dars a circus a coming and Ise got ter uab her tor the simple reason that they student His si ter lives and is in joy- Â¬ Jhe skin Ar Tf Christian Advocate who was billed from Boston to San money dared not But it did the fellows good ous health at this hour Lady Lund Texas Sif Lings a yonrn man close by what ftcJeck It Wis He was twelve years old Francisco A NINE MILLION to sit in their windows and see her float leads our best society and is adored by BOOK The oung man happened to be a student had a basket of grub with him and was a t on her customary morning walk poor and rich Ami Christopher why of the University of Texas He replied to IV Hed have tell vou mv lads and Clifton struck he is no les- a personage tlfan tfie Squire Book Agents Who Earn from Ten to Twenty a terror to the messengers the fhquirx of Johnny r Thousand Dollars a Year his hand into every sack of peanuts and his brawjry thigh as if to emphasize what of well mind Tell yotur pa I doolt know whtoeIcck you fellows never By this sketch 1 see that the Appletons basket of fruit in the car if he wasnt he saidthere are some women who where it is I toe- - have been obliged to soak my Chicago Tribune Teams iHftliujjtS have made nine million dollars out of watched Jr watch are to the earth as angels and to marry Are they shipped bv weight or other- Â¬ to spoil them Such was them is in pari their Cyclopedia alone nine millions in A Curious Epidemic A Desperate Remedy Lady Maud Loe was in the air she gross of course this means but there wiseBy weight so I hear Bill Tubbs wasjhotjthrouh tha cxlialed- - and tenderness seemed to waft Dr K Mus alongo relates the history is a good margin for profit Out of advantage to these muehia pound The people is apparent lung Jast Fridayxemarkeof alizeSto a from rlie very folds of her garment of a curious epidemic of pneumonia octheir Picturesque America they have They are transferred at tratisferjstalions cop whither soever she moved So if they in the wagon with other goods aVdktreat Well it was just twenty seven yiars curring at Tregnago i town of two made four million dollars Yes he got it detra Utfoua1 snedmK ago and Christopher Lund was the thousand inhabitants in the province of only published those two books they ed just like regular express matter But Did it kill him Websters Primer The epidemic wa not would do well they are entitled to uo more considera- Â¬ poorest undergraduate at Jesus College Verona Italy Oh no HefeinpioijnjtnIjttrr rio pooi that the chapel miceshiinned preceded by any special atmospheric which they still publish sells at the rate tion than a oox of soap5 iestit he What is the comparative cost be Â¬ Jris canty apartment and ran affrighted Tm glattdfttear changes to which its origin could be at- Â¬ of one million a year regularly someM got shot jnto their holes at his approach Yet by tributed but began in a few houses situ- times a few more but never less I said tween the two method of traveling by blessing How do yuu nemg A Ins pen ho managed to maintain himself ated near a pond which served as a place to Mr Appleton one day that the pub express and ticket5 You said he was setting betteri dldni For short distances as for instance at college anu m a large measure ncipeu for washing clothes In most of the lisher of three such books ought to be Huband Heed ThU Lesson at you5 Â¬ Monroe the express method to support an invalid sister at an ineur houses there were from two to five cases satisfied Yes he said but unfortunate- from here to - -i An old lady died in Wallingfnrd Conn Yes-vbk home in Wales He was a quiet and the disertMi attacked the inhabitants ly they publish other books the success is cheaper provided the ciiild is of ordi Â¬ the oilier day whose life had been sadÂ¬ u wajjjSinr imj jVell earnest honest felJow and we all pitied of one house after the other In regular of which or the non success of which nary weight but I woull advise a fat dened by a little quarrel The day had worse all before washor aijyflyagcouhr the time and If him and without his knowing it helped sueces ion never leaping over any Nr make an inroad into the profits person to buy a ticket every time I make him get better Im fair KfeVkofc itf However the couldnt say in reference to long dis- Â¬ been fixed for her wedding and she and thats why him iu a hundred little ways Merchant TflrtagcK tmm special predisposition wa- - shown as re- of the other publications put down began Xet to my room and domiciled in gards age six or social condition Ol house of Appleton Is rich enough and tances but I should thmk it would be her intended husbaudihey wereto to occupy carpets in the house A Guarantee fioe WltWftS luxury Jived young Tankerville the the inhabitants ci the hauileLOntr hun- the most of its wealth comes through cheaper in that case too with the sam Â¬ Tho Sho wanted them ldd one way he another His fathers in dred were attached with pneumonia dur its subscription department You can conditions in respect to weight Croisus of our college Denier That Mtatrug iMdataM test3Bot- The quarreted and separated He died fallen to him some ing the qpidemic and thirty died Muli- - imagine that the sub cription depart express companies dont like to handle shortly heritance liad but afterward anil the lady msver mar ment does a big businej when some ol human merchandise and t presume they ried This should teach women the danger Months Irfore and he deserved it He Madam A boityawhot vjw laI its agents make from ten thousand dol would shut down on it if became any- nf nartiiitKno- thpir husbands or intended was a capital fallow large hearted W 1 ArtOeafer rA Boitieeiu r 1X4 gujjafc dBUIe is rA Ilimamnn and luulndian hare lars to twenty thousand dollars a yeai more frequent The railroad companies husbands to remain in the house when Its anthenl1iir headed and brimfiillof snprt His enmiy H 3L inv a onoiit1out of it This is a good incomefor iprild probably obieqt Wdt vwm ayca usmuie- - it 3Jaaa tntionerv --torV In Jteiroi carpets are oing put uown xq man win IKcketKok was ever open book agent Philadelphia Press Trilisnc ilcrnefcf fcUggling elowvwbOwentt9 bed at Xf HivtT luist on Joeing present on sueiau oecasipn Vfm LOVE DIVIDED night worrying morrow woke up the the er jciS or lite inVrnin tooffind 111 M al J 4 Â¬ Â¬ 51 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f - -- -- -- Â¬ iSlI wam Â¬ Â¬ tm Â¬ ll - - Â¬ 11 boat-hou-- e- - Â¬ BS Â¬ -- iu-te-ti- -- -- - Â¬ Â¬ -- -- - T - - -- f JI f Â¬ -- Â¬ hati Â¬ 1 Â¬ j Â¬ -- Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ - - 1 - Hn-hvill- c- v S1 i 4 -4 i -- fMr- - fts titans fir Mar Jj - Ju Ij 3t j k - jT - jr If you are not a Subscriber to this paper Mr Thome has offered a bill providing for a uniform system of text books and Â¬ the Hud Greea Post office as course of study in primary and elemen JSatered tary departments in the common schools ieceed claw saail matter and to prescrile the periods at which such transfers may be made Mr Thorn SFEKCER COOPER Editoe says that poor people are frequently put fc you are earnestly solicited to send 100 and take it a year FOR SEVEN YEARS Hazel Geeen Hebalb STATE AND LEGISLATIVE NEWS r to unnecessary expense by changes in books and the children are also retarded KY HAZEL in their studies He provides that pres- Â¬ ent text books and course of stud v now WEDNESDAY FEB 3 1886 prescribed by the State Board of Educa- Â¬ tion shall be used for four years from September the first Ticket 1886 No changeMondaybe inmade oftener 1886 shall than EIectiyf First Moaday in August once every four years For Circuit Judge 13th District Lexington seems to be a kind of pic Â¬ JOHN E COOPER nic ground for swindlers Only a couple For Commonwealths Attorney of weeks siuce a man calling himself Col L 31 DAY Jerry Sullivan victiinid several of her citizens after being wined and dined jCob1j Judge G B SWANGO by them and Saturday week Jennie LYKINS CoaatvAttorBCv J Spurrier played T D Mitchell a dry Ceestv Court Clerk DAVID HOGG Sheriff G T CENTER goods merchant for 15 while her lord jCirexit Court Clerk W P ELKIN and master donned a new suit at the ex- Â¬ Assessor W- - G W CRUEY pense of L G Straus The latter Jailer GEO W DRAKE couple however now languish in jail BOKNS KASH Sarvcvor H while Sullivan is cavorting in other pas- Â¬ Coroner FIELDEN COX tures where the shrubs are just as ver- Â¬ JOHN il E08E County School SapL pected a good printing office with ample asaets and small liabilities large latitude for fame c we are prepared to offer a bargain We have been tendered the posi tion of night clerk in a brick hotel in Arkansaw and would be glad to accept it if we can work off our present enterprise on some unsuspecting citizen In writing for information dont forget to inclose a stamp that is if a reply is ex- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Arkansaw Traveler The iuostrefiud and most popular of all the humorous journals bHe JT JliE LN EASTERN business we feel arrr in stock the F i fsssssssa issB Of the choicest Original and Selected mat Â¬ Eight Pags Forty Eight Columns ter every week DEAlERS IN GENERAL ME R6HAKDISE HAZEL GREEN KY LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF CENERAL MERCfTAS KENTUCKY Kavinj the experience of many years frr our line of justified in asserting to the trade both Wholesale and Retail that we do can and will meet the wants of our patrons and make it to vour interest to patroBiw us We have an immense stoek of everything yon want oraeecL tacladiKg Dfm PRICE 200 A YEAR POSTAGE PAID TO ANY ADDRESS f mocratic Brecns Linimennt is certainly the best combination of remedies for comsneural gianaius in the back and side etc ever nrouueed SPECIAL OFFER JbbbbbbbbbbB SsbbbbbbbbbbBbBp fl 1 I J F Day Hazel Green D D Landsaw Stillwater Cabsidy Robinson Campton T a dant -- -- yr Judge Andrew R Boone died on Jan 27th at Mayfield of pneumonia aged fe are authorized to announce B M 54 years He has long been a leader in COMBS a eaedidate for the offiee of Survey Western Kentucky politics He served r of Breathitt county subject to the action several terms in the Legislature six Hke Jeaocratic party of years as Circuit Judge as Congressman in this district from 1874 to 187S and Several of the leading citizens of Mor- Â¬ was a msmber of the present Railroad gan county at a inase meeting held on Commission reformed Jan 25th asked Congress through our of George Finch a was beaten desperado Logan county to death Representatives and Senator for an ap Â¬ with a chair by John Blair one of his propriation to improve Licking River farm hands Finch was sick in the bed at the time Blair escaped but it was between Farmers and West Liberty of about 67 miles Such an im-Â¬ thought he would be caught and sum- Â¬ distance Finch had said marily dealt with provement would be beneficial to this Blairs wife wa not what she ought to entire country and we bope Hon W P be Taulbee will do all in his power to push The Kentucky Union railroad has sent tbebill through Would it not be well Col Bennett H Young to England in for our citizens to memorialize Congress the interest of that enterprise It is toÂ¬ be hoped he will succeed in his misin a similar way for thepurpose of clean Â¬ sion and that capital to develop the enlist ing out Bed River so as to make it nav- Â¬ marvelous mineral resources of Eastern Breatkltt AHBeuBccaenU Licking Valley Scorcher We had hoped that the Eastern Ken-tuck- jdelegation in the Legislature would do all they could to further any project which had for its object the de- Â¬ velopment of the resources 6f this sec- Â¬ tion and facilitate the transportation of the products of our mines and forests to market but we regret to learn that our Senator W H Taulbee is resisting the granting of a charter to a company who propose to construct a railroad from the Ohio river via the Upper Licking Big Sandy and Kentucky river valleys to connect with the system of roads be- Â¬ tween Virginia ana Tennessee In this matter our Senator not only arrays him- Â¬ self against the will of his constituents but aims a blow at the material interests of this section that he so much misrep- Â¬ resents in this matter Our people de-Â¬ mand of our representatives and they have a right to do so their support of any measure which promises to advance their material interests and when they cannot do it or will not do it they outrht to be invited to step down and Arrayed Against His People igable for timber and lumber rafts -- Representative Straus of Bullit coun ty has introduced a biil in the Ken Â¬ tucky Legislature making each county responsible for the support of its pauper idiots the expense of county record books for the expense of transferring prisoners to another county for safe Â¬ keeping and for their maintenance The idiots last year cost the State 6308063 record books for the same time 1097130 while the cjnveying of prisoners c amounted to 4284734 aggregating about 115000 Should this bill pass it would certainly result in a great saving p the State but would not the expense iall heavily upon many counties unable Xo stand it Â¬ Tom tfarcum of the Catlettsburg Democrat thinks Hon W P Taulbee jot Aids district will be defeated for ConÂ¬ gress next November and that Hon Joe Gardner of Magoffin Hon J W Ken dall of Morgan or Senator W J Caudill of Clay will succeed him He thinks it is evident that Mr Taulbee will not be respomiuated and says we would jaotbe surprised to see one of the three gentlemen named selected as his succesUnless we are terribly oil our sor mental pedestal Tom Marcum last fall Â¬ Kentucky Mr Cridcr has ofiered a bill to regulate the allowance of claims against the several counties of the State and mak- Â¬ ing it the duty of the attorneys of the counties to prosecute appeals from such allowances when not properly made John T Macoy was raurderded in Louisville No one witnessed the shooting but circumstantial evidence pointed to Melvin Butler whom the authorities promptly jailed together with six others held as witnesses Mrs Alexander Campbell wife of the founder of the Christian Church has removed from Wheelers Station Ala and will hereafter reside with her daughter Mrs Virginia Thompson at Louisville A meeting of colored men was held at Frankfort on January 26th and addresses delivered by several of their number asking the Legislature to grant them equal rights with other persons Natural gsis has been discovered bv the Messrs Smith at Valley Creek mills in Hardin county while sinking an artesian well Thev will bore deeper with a view of securing a larger volume Dr Lighthall well known in this State for his charity to the poor sick and for the magnificent display of diamonds he Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr V L Make the Mitijeci ox tne above sketch with the Evening Chronicle St Louis Mo in answer to the inquiry of a re- Â¬ porter said Foriseven years had been ailing with catarrh and during that time have been treated by six eminent physicians without success Some doctors told me I had consumption For the vnt three years I had a continual discharge of mucous drop prings in the throat a cough and pain across my forehead Added to that was loss of memory voice appetite roaring in the ears and a general feeling of wretchedness About IMPORTERS AND JOItnXRS OS live months ago I consulted Dr Turner To- Â¬ day I am as well as everhave gained twenty pounds and dont detect a trace of my old trouble Yes jir I would be pleased to an Â¬ swer by letter any person n tiering from that dread disease Louis Turner f P has offices at 819 Washington av St Louis Mo and has in private and hospital practice of over thirty years treated with wonderful success all curable cases Treatment of deformities and AND fciirgery a specialty NOT NECESSARY TO By my original system of SEE PATIENTS consultation I can treat patients by mail as out successfully as in personal consultation Patients can consult me by mail on all Diseases of the Blood Stomach Liver Bowels Breens Liniment removes knots and Heart Nerves General Debility and all dis Â¬ all enlargements on horses or other stock eases peculiar to the sexes No exhorbitant TEIED BAGS UNION STBBETS No cure no pay Sold bv charges Consultation at office and bv mail one dollar Send One dollar for a full conJ T F Day Hazel Green sultation by mail on receipt of which I will D D Landsaw Stillwater Cassidy Robinson Campton thoroughly investigate your case Medicina furnished free to patients If you are sick or ailing write me No lettcis answered THE JOHN SHiLLITO COMPANY By special arrangement with the poblish ers of this paper The Arkansaw Trav Â¬ eler will be cluhbed with The Hazel Ghees Herald for 230 thus offering an opportunity to secure both nnueri for little more than the price of one This is a rare offer Take advantage of it at once Sam ple copies of The Arkansaw Traveler will be mailed on application 75sr Vc also furnish the two large and J splendid Colored Engravings The Ak- KViAtV UJAVELER ami 1HE 1URN OP THE Tune which together with the origi- Â¬ nal itory of the Arkansaw Traveler as told by Col Sandy Faulkner will be mail- Â¬ ed to any address on receipt of 40 cents postage stamps taken These pictures are NOT given as premiums but are mailed post paid only on receipt of pi ice Ad drets KEAD BEXHAM Tublhera Little Rock Ark DRY GOODS NOTIONS CLOTHING Boots Shoes Hats Caps Drugs Groceries Queensware Hardware Saddiery Cutlery Leaf Tobacco Live Stock and al kinds Country Produce jJYour trade taken in exchange for Good or in settlement of N0U2 and Accoaatt is respectfully solicited J T fc F -- ft I Y s ANODYNE JOHNSON LINIMENT JcU Cfela3CaxnITMMrr O e Jtmmmm 2 a joabm ruevo ThMe BillarwflM a wandwrml dlseorery Xo otiie Ufce ttira ta tt world WlQ weMlMiy nnet tT Willi wmni i itnee mil mil Inn ai manner or dliee Tin ln X them aza yom win always b gUA4e Uuajrfa puis q orsentby gULnfbraaaiawpa Dr fcCOaa CJKt fr8 11 - - Dry Good s PARSONS Powder is absolutely para aaa ugniy eonoentraiaa One ounce la worth a Tjonad or any other kacd It la strictly edieiae to 09 eiveet wiin rood Bold everywhere or sent by nuul ftir 5 Mats Six cans by express prepaid for SS0O PILLS rMJlg Tistt tr tT Â¬ EMOTSONS Cincinnati a MAKE HENS LAY la aJrwpft S1 4 -SI 1 by XX Iblr - 323- Z UcnS tia - JOiCS aOJS is i t Saetosw Â¬ SawMill for Sale I have a saw mill which I wish to sell in Â¬ cluding a 10 ENGINE TEN-HORSE Hazel Green Academy i ta Shh-day-scho- ols unless accompanied by 1 ets in stamps Ad dress all letters to Dr Louis TCUNEB S19 Washington Avenue St Louis Mo -- The saws are 32 and 30 Wholesale and Retail Dealers in SCOTT CO KY HAZEL GREE The Trustee of this Institution hive inches respectively j asain secured the services of Prof X B The large is the DISTON CFISSEL BIT antl the Mill a No 1 STANDARD GARB Address BALvSBMEBfilBBBjEltiSSBBSBBSSBKKjSk sigBBBlBBBBBBradEflisr3sBBsSv9BBPwff7 Jul THE mum DRY GOODS CARPETING Race Seventh George Streets J W DEJARXETT HAYS and the third term will commence 10 AUGUST 31ST 1SS5T and continue months Hazel Green it the most desirable loca Â¬ tion in the mountains of EterHKentHcky and noted for the advantages it has in I O Box202 Paris Ky flfcElBBBSKBlBIIli8BECEsa HATS CAPS GLOVES Co I W S Dickinson The Old Reliable BBSB53r SBBfv xxrn c nMl E ilp ii a I 17 -- FIP3T-riAS6- Cincinnati W SHIVELY Postofuce Campbellsville WITH and health This school presents advantages waiek are not equalled in the State ia aaay par Â¬ ticulars and its future is- destiaed to work a good to our country which will be felt Terms reasonable for both tuition aad board For terms c apply to Prof X B HAYS Principal churches temperaace secietr O Ky HAT HOUSE We alwavs keep a good stock and Uncle Jim Fant with his good looks will atall times be readv to wait upon you Corner Pearl and Vine Cincinnati would here express their thanks for past favors to j all their old customers and still ask a con- i INDIGESTION To strengthen the stomach crests aa appetite and remove the horrible depwa- sion and despondency which result from indigestion there is nothing so cffectlvs as Ayer Pills Theac Pills contain no ealorae or other poisonous drug act directly on the digestive and assimilative organs and restore health and strength to the entire system T P Bonner Cheater Pa writes t UI have used Ayers PUis for the past 30 years and am satisfied I hould not have been alive to day If it had not been for them They Amhach Burgunder Co thought Mr Taulbee the most gifted young man in the State and hoped to see him Governor before another decade or words to tbateffect Hence the question Has be sat down on you Tom is an appropriate one Of course he is not in Look Here Read this please We have carried slow customers until we are your district but he has perhaps failed jto comply with some request notwith standing Or maybe his papa Senator Taulbee has failed to improve the cut- Â¬ ting qualities of an edged tool for your benefit How is it Tom Â¬ -- possessed died of small pox at San An- Â¬ tonio Texas recently On Jan 25 Larkin Garnett a Harri- Â¬ son county farmer was killed by a train on the Kentucky Central railroad while crossing the track near Cynthiana Michcal Kealin who cut his wifes throat at Louisville on the 7th day of last August was found guilty of murder on the Jan zth ana his punishment fixed at death Will Scott has been fined 400 for VI- olating the local option law at O wings- ville We are in the market Main Street for Furs Hides and Sheep Pelts and solicit MT STEBLINQ consignments We also buy Feath- Â¬ ers Wool Beeswax KENTUCKY Tallow Ginseng Eggs and Poultry Write for Price List on Furs and General Produce CALL AND SEE CHILES THOMPSON GO CLOTHBG and 19 Hopkins Place h w T DAY Marshal and General Detective MAYTOWN KY Will attend to ferreting out criminals in Â¬ BALTIMORE MD anypart of the country and guarantees satisfaction in every cate where employed Orders by mail promptly attended to Be Warned in time Kidney diseases may be prevented by purifying renewing and invigorating the blood with Ayers Sarsaparilla When through debility the action of the kidneys Is perverted these organs rob the blood of Its needed constituent albumen which la passed off in the urine while worn out matter which they should carry off from the blood is allowed to remain By the use of Ayers Sarsaparilla the kidneys are restored to proper action and Albu Â¬ minuria or NEW BUGGY WORKS MT STERLING KY Cured nie of Dyspepsia when all other remedies failed and their occasional use has kept nic in a healthy condition ever siaceJ I L N Smith Uticn N Ju writes liavc used Ayers Pills for Liver troubles and Indigestion a good many years and have alwayi found them prompt ami Richard Nbrrls efficient In their action After much suffer Â¬ Mass writes Lynn ing I have been cured cf Dyspcpai and Liver troubles - Conrby D-HAND Shore I Wholesale Grocers AND BOONEVILLE Keep on hand BUCKBOARDS and SECONBUGGIES and Repair and Paint all kinds of work T 25 Part of the Kentucky delegation feel deeply humil Â¬ iated this morning Several of them on paper and went in a body and recommended for an appointment to an important office a little sneak signing himself J Howland Day who has been loafing about here for weeks writing for some of them and licking their boots He was the especial protege of Congres- Â¬ sman Taulbee He was so heavily in in--dors- ed Washington Jan loaded down and it is impossible to con- Â¬ tinue to credit those whose notes and ac- Â¬ counts are past due We must have pay from you and will take live stock at its value on notes and accounts Do not call for credit even if you are good if you are owing us and have not settled We mean what we say J T F Day Beattyvillc Enterprise The vast resources of this mountain country which have so often been de-Â¬ Produce Dealers MT STERLING sign pAiiiiG KY Will receive Mr Shores special attention SHORE CONROY Give us a call eOONEVILLE mzmMmm The Best Newspaper in America and by far the Most Readable Agents wanted everywhere to earn money in distributing the Suns Pre- Â¬ miums The most interesting and advanta- Â¬ geous offers ever made by any News- Â¬ OWSLEY COUNTY - KENTUCKY Is Brighfs Disease prevented Ayers Sarsaparilla alio prevents inflammation of the kidneys and other disorders of these organs Mrs Jas W Weld Forest Hill Bt Jamaica Plain Mass writes I have had a complica- Â¬ tion of diseases but my greatest trouble has been with my kidneys Four bottles of Ayers Sarsaparilla made me feel like a new person as well and strong aa ever W 3L McDonald 46 Summer St Boston Mass had been troubled for year with Kidney Complaint By the use of Ayers Sursaparilla he not only HAZEL GREEN KY Stands at the head of Low Prices with cv crvthinsr vou want in F McGUIItE Boots Shoes Hats Clothing By Using They have done me mora any other medicine I have ever good tiian taken John Burdett Troy IoW3 writes For nearly two years my life was rendered miserable by the horrors of Medical treatment afforded Dyspepsia me only temporary relief and I became reduce d in flehT and very much debili tated A friend of minp- vclio had been similarly afflicted advised me to try Aer TilL I did so and with the happiest results My food soo ceased to riMres me my appetite returned and I becanio as strougand well as ever Ayers rills The Mountains of Kentucky A School for Teachers A SANDERS DRY GOODS NOTIONS GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGS FLOUR BACON 4c The money is what I want and I will give MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH than any other house in town Country produce taken in exchange for goods Principal 1SS1 Â¬ rM fc Ra ed to give him a good place inasmuch as Taulbee was continually complaining that his deestrict hainjt had nothin The Pension Department called over the tele- Â¬ phone to bave the snide sent up and Brother Taulbee went in search of the lost lamb and found him in the Work house He paid the fine and had the creature sent to the hospital where he now lies until be can get over a spell of delirium tremens He got drunk Christ jjjas and spli oyer himself on the streets Day iis been leaching a small country g jcbpp1 In Maryland when not asd hasot been in Kentucky for a year and a half according to his own Istatement He dont amount to a tinkers 4ffiri jtt home pr abroad He is a of the ev H A M Hender-Â¬ son late of KenisLclty He is a sweet sccated shrub and yet Kentucky Con gressmes go in body to recommend such cattle Uow every one who knows Hon W 5P Taulbee knows that he is incapable of using ssicb language as that attributed jo him in the foregoing dispatch The tTHtb of the matter in short is that the Cor 4th and Elm Streets Breens Liniment is pronounced by all who sent the dispatch is a penny-a-linwho have used it to sycophantic sataiite of acubsidircd press edy tor rheumatism be the greatest rem sprains cuts bruises CINCINNATI OHIO To be plainer be is a Lhr with a big L etc Sold by which every one knowing our Con J T F Day Hazel Green D D Landsaw Stillwater gressman will see upon reading he above Cassidy Robinson Campton Congressman Taulbes may not be up to tke meanness and trickery of some of the An Editors Tribulations embers xhere and we hope he never McDonough Ga Weekly We borrowed a mule and a buggy last say be but as a new member of that IS WAERANTED p cure Fever and body Penjnre the assertion that he is week and started out to stir up our deAcue Intermittent or Chill Fever Re- Â¬ the peer of any of 4them Well as the linquent subscribers We rode about 2o mittent Fever Dumb Ague Biliout Fever Dengue or Break bone Fever Liver miles the first day had our new Jmide who sent out this dispatch has smashed by coming in contact with hat Complaint tnd all ditcaaes arising from an Malarial poisons Jied as to the first count is it not rea overhanging limb wore out a buggy sonable to suppose that he also lied in whip that cost 6u cents and collected Harpers S C Jidy D I884 150 aud a bushel and a half of corn For eigJiieen mvnthx suf Regard to tie second J Rowland Day the second day wa rode 22 missed has his faults and they are manifold our dinner dunned 17 of miles beloved ered with Chills and Fevar our but for all of that be has more sense in subscribers and did not collect a cent having Chills every other day After trying various remedies a minute than the lvinir scribe nhnvA The third day we arose at 4 oclock a m used a juissed our breakfast lost 20 minutes in recommended to curs mentioned could muster ia a month trying to wake up Jim Alexander as we Ague Cure and and knowing that Mr Taulbee has been passed bis house rode 24 miles collected bottle of dyers have never since had a chill lied upon we take it that J Rowland i50 The fourth day we traversed the FDWIJf HARPER pay be suffered likewise Granting j whole country lost a goose one of our PREPARED BY however that there is a semblance of friends had given us for a Christmas din Co Lowell Mats Dr J C Ayer ner 350 We then truth in the above story is Kentucky homeand collected mule out to die came turned the and d by all Druggist y worse than other States went to bed If anybody wants to buy Â¬ Â¬ I dead-beatin- dorsed that Commissioner Black intend- Â¬ broth-r-in-ia- w scribed are unparalleled in any State in this Union The almost inexhaustible coal fields and timber of all kinds which cover these large boundaries of coal land are part of our great resources But paper none of them are profitable to us in our No Subscriber ignored or neglected resent situation We must necessarily E ave better aird cheaper transportation Something for all Beautiful and Substantial Premiums in than we have heretofore had or these resources must go undeveloped It is the Standard Gold and othorWatchesYaluable duty of Congress to appropriate enough Books the Beat Family Sowing Maohine money to lock and dam the Kentucky known to the trade and an nnequalod list river The people demand it and it is of objects of real utility and instruction nothing but just and right that it should Rates by Mail Postpaid be done This river never has received the consideration it should have had es- DAILY per Year without Sunday 36 00 50 pecially from the Congressmen from this DAILY per Month without Sunday I 00 section of country but we may safely SUNDAY per Year say that we now have a representative FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR 7 00 00 who will do all in his power to get such WEEKLY per Year Address THE SUN Now Tork City appropriations a we need If we could only get enough money to construct locks and dams from Beattyville to the P ROGERS crossing of the K C R R we would with then be connected with railroad transportation and in a few years this country would be as prosperous as any on CO SHIPLEY DOISY earhj but without this or similar transportation it will be an undeveloped country till the end of time We earn estly ask Congress not to entirely ignore our claims but give jus that which we ought to have had long ago and we will be satisfied Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Mips Nannie Fisher graduate Allie Sanders Birdie Sanders 1833 1884 F McGUIKE Prevented tho disease from assuming a fatal form but was restored to perfect health John McLellan cor Bridge and Third sts Lowell Mass writes For several years suffered from Dyspepsia and Kidney I Complaint the latter being so severe at times that I could scarcely attend to my work My appetite was poor and I waa much emaciated but by using FRANK TYLER TEACHERS CAN ENTER AT ANY TIME Tmnn Term commences Jan 27 18SG and the Fourth Term commences April 6th 1SSG BLACKSMITH HAZEL GREEN KY Shoeing a Specialty - Busria t frr waicons ana an Jtmas oi rann xoo l unal an d repaired in the best manner Ayers Pills 22 J PBEFARET BT CO LovsQ Usm AYES For sale by all Druggiste C iHorse Teach eus Terms Third and Fourih Tuition 100 IEU Term 159 Valuable Farm for Sale I offer for sale the farm known as the Holderby place miles below Hazel lying Green on the state road This farm has on Write tor Catalogue tree AYERS FOR SALE A W N HALDEMAN TMldtat of th Qrtat Sarsaparilla xny appetite and digestion improved xny health has been perfectly restored Sold by all Druggists Containing 423 Acres Fine Saw and Brist Mill I it A Cood 2 Story Frame Dwelling LOOISTILLE COURIER JOURKAL TftlU CO and What Ea Knows cf WDSTTBRSMITHS Price 1 Six bottle 5 CHILL CURE Omcx or no Cosaxra Dr Vmttmi4h -- Fwpared by Dr J C Ayer it Co Lowell Mmi U S A er JoOTtKAt LtrvwntXM LYTLE DEALERS CO IN Ague Cure I AYERS Â¬ Â¬ -- rnl I Laro oWcrrcd Sir I wjure prompt Â¬ many years the vlue of your what I know ing b to y in rcplyto your r3qu c your ChUJ Cure The prirtc asiuraneci of its effects I ccy I bad and the good results of iu for more had observed on Mr R W Meredith who than fifteen years has been foreraan of ay ofice induced me to test it in my faraily The results The first case tiare been entirely satisfactory of two years standing ia which I believe every known ramedy had bees tried with temporary re Â¬ and seemingly liefthe chills returning periodically broke theta at Yonr cure with increased severity once and there has been no recurrence of thtss for more than six xnocths The other cast was of a milder form and yielded more readily to other remedies but the chills would return at intervals until your medicine was used since which time now several months they have entirely disappeared From the opportunity I have had to judge f do not G hesitate to express my belief that your Chill Cure is a valuable specific and perform all you promise Very respectfully or it W N HAIDEMA2 rndy ft vs Boots ami 96 H les O POLLARD Pearl St CINCINNATI W KITE Apply to or acldresa F X-- LONG Upper Grassy Morgan cosatr Ky cash and remainder in - Price 4500 one and two years Possession given at Or tn is offiee once on reasonable terms Persons desiring to purchase can call on H C Hern don or CREEK WADE HOUSE W O Mizc at Hazel Green or the under frenchbukg ky signed at Stanton Powell county Ky I W MAPEL May 11 ibo Dr Geo W Moqrx Fsorjtirrojt s a COMBS J K VACGHK j The table is SHplieI wltk tfe best the market aad the eharMarevrasejtaW COMBS containing 5 rooms besides kitchen and din Â¬ ing room There is a gopd well of fine wa- Â¬ ter and fine springs which yield an abun- Â¬ dance of pure stock water an orchard of 65 bearins apple trees of assorted winter 48 hck Saw hw Btftig and summer fruit young and thrifty good buildihgs about 100 acres of barn and out bottom land in good state of cultivation 60 PORTABLE BOILER ASD ENGINE ON SKIDS I5 HORSE POWER acres of which is now in corn 60 acres of improved table land and the remaining 263 24 inch French burr corn recks wdefcr acres timocrea s oi wnicn 100 acrea is cover wx mr iwr i i v r iisisv v ruiiuii e v ed with very finest oak and poplar soil J fivp nrwl underlaid with ill llKSL CiaB cuattiwuu rich and pro Blandy Boiler Engine and Saw Works AT A BARGAIN I aii it m ii Mimm mm sv m Fine Bituminous Coal - VAUGHN IN DEALERS DEAN Importers and Jobbers IX AND LIVE STOCK OF ALL KINDS Cor Main and Marion Streets CAMPTON KY General Merchandise N O E- - F FRITZ 8Ap LOUISYTTJE KY LODGING HOUSE Corner 5th and Jefiersoa siairs Estrance on J Queensware GREN BLACKSMITH Glassware HAZEL J T PIEEATT KY c Tools Buqgics ana Wagons Horsg Shoeing will receive 2TMakes and repairs all kinds of Fanning W cor Pearl and Walnut J The above Hazel Green containing 14 largeroom larre trarden commodious stable Now ea-joys a fine patronage and can be managed to do the best businesa of any hotel in East Â¬ ern Kentucky Will be rented from April 1 1586 for one vear Apply to or address MBS LOU DAY HORSE SHOEING Hazel Green Ky Orthis office -- Day House For Rent known hotel property well Whitemak Night Clerk BLACKSMITH A SPECIALTY E J BOGEES jion eipecil attta Cincinnati X OT TTY Will repair Farming Tojl3rBggks vour raner envelopes ink pens Wmjods Ac Hakes- - plows fcoee 4c pneiu c at TheHixaU oceA SatisfsctioB gaarate4 in all caw l i sfcw - J s r A college is this lews at cost of 3500 sad that 1886 -toe mader a fcreat many embarrassing cir I aBHBBgwesgBBgsss dummcm As only three of oar citizens iaiaeed t take atecfc in ike enter- prae Bit aetoithstad4ag all ohstaeler the fealliag hu txea empleted and a 1 csool opened ia it trith aa attendance of ma the bnildiag is Mfl aTiMhC KliWiyi I 75 scholar4itA3la wn IVir a lihratmr a room tli iMMNf uAfe11v lint X84pjlar 22 waateg lwer thaa It1 vimmu iut i uuu xxnru ui jsuiKguri MOtt i fi IT a I leave Jit StealMg at 7 A- - 3L arrives to purchase books for the library and a JT at RethweU therefore appeal to the liheralininded ciii- at zeas flf Keahlcky Md her sister States who A tf p X r Te friends of education io contribntcT hai books the- say feel able io give for the rirsatltehweUi33dI M 4 Maws Saw wall at 34 P K arrive f a free eircalatiBfr librarr The at fcjf 1 JC UXL lititrcl ef Xaaaf ers ofHazel Green Academy f 1LS6 a IktHWIlHl at 34 Jterifec IJT v jLXtmvmm C 4zQtMvr propose to take ahargc of all book donated wjPV Cistcinaatf aa LHUT81ed Mttktbel each with the name of the donor v Mc fcriiic with ll6JiJ There hardly a family in the Suite or the I the JVaaflai i LMSisv4iea4 Ciaeiawttu UaieB bat hau a lot of arplus books that A v special I they could donate io this enterprise and m j JlMMk ih each j there is acarcelya family in the land that ftMe Sterbagi will decline to donate books for this lauda Â¬ t 1flftwwi at 1M AiM VM Jt jA JD sliiliBlsi erig ble parpea Many people of this section while they are generous and hospitable to a KiUbiw Juttny far O0 B HAXfilK Sapt fault have sot bad the advantages of acccas to books that oar more favored berth era rk lave in other parta of the State aad the IMS a crosfe I K tmht iM asiett Var m roar ssbaonp- will obligeas j latter are resettled to donate whatever MiTi OTTe a4 they mm in the way of literature Friends oaee lx WT W MMlBMr cda li ctrwwi greatly advance thatJnter it aWr A m xpra stesteliasi by h4p lag la this work at frcMmi iH may respond aiaisrTe-tt4t- to thk appeaL Books may be labeled with the same of the jiver and directed to me at Hazel Green I will see that they are placed LOCAL 1TEW8 where they preperly belong and that the la Mare that Mrs E B May Tentle renerallr- shall have the benefit of Respectfully them eriol v ill re a Subscriber and your irate is about out please jserid 100 and renew and if you omxi SATiSsSnSss Herald Him 0beex Ho alp C E WILLMOT rf Education Swanfl tucky an icm AN APPEAL i -- T Frtentfc NAtUCKEN KY FEB AT-i in Ken Otftor Stmt bailding hag jast been erected Written for The THE MOUNTAIN GIRLS BY ALICE AMYX the timber business and complaining of the i scarcity ot money George Hattou who has been athis broth- Â¬ er Jas F Morrisons sick for a week it improving Mrs Logan Gose who has been sick is UNCLE Bemcs improving femiis7iiiig eMb te HI ffr 1 ii t4 KhwrfaAxrrive lae Mi3riiaa 1 kt - I The Sunday schools at this plae are in a prosperous condition the attendance at each school be- Â¬ ing quite large aud he contributions very libersL The weather was so disagreeable yesterday however that the crowd was not so large as usual j Clay Cooper who Ja attending the Hazel Green Academy h4 been spending a few The St Loais Globe Democrat 10 pages days with his parents in this city He will and THK HEKALD can be had at this office return today to agaia resume hisstudies for one year for 180 Subfcribe now Prof J M Downing closed his school at Salyersville on Friday last He will begin Religious Notes a school at this place on the third Monday Three Forks Enterprise The member in February and managers of the Christian Church at Prof Hydn is teaching a class in pen Â¬ Boonevill have been so fortunate as to se manship He is a fine penman and is giv Â¬ cure thejServIees of Bro Garrett Combs of ing general satisfaction zel Morgan county to preach for them j W A Hazelrigg Is visiting friends and Lrelatives at Salyervflie He will return in during the next year Elder D G Combs about two weeks of the Christian Church being ice bound UsPrcdJie Fhipps ancLJohnnie Downing are on his way toManchcster has been with us Von the sick list Jf Ceicket some days preaching U good audiences The quarterly meeting of the Methodist X CAKEY Jan 24 A ficht came un here f esterday between Joe Wason Church will commsnee at this place on Sat Â¬ Vhitt in which sevgralJ persons and Kiser engaged G B Swaxgo urday morning next at 10 oclock Love Several shots were fired on both sides but coHrt at Caiuptoa last Monday Dont sell your Hides and Furs to ped Â¬ feast at 9 o clock and sacramental service at fortunately no one was hurL Both parties Swaago presiding were duly sober something unusual in such mmmm iaiii dlers but shfp them to CHILES TnOMHSOX 11 A M Sunday - -- il 4 sts it-frays The difficulty grew out of an old it e l is called to the advertisement Asiatttiefi Thornbury of Texas commenced a grudge par more moner for vour produce than you J i f Lcis Stii 4l Co Cincinnati which ap Â¬ can get from tramps feotracted meeting in the Christian Church Vjno Arnett of Salyerville passed through pears is oar paper today at this place Tuesday night Jan 26th which iiere last Sunday on his way home from PERSONAL Frankfort was continued to Monday inclusive W P Taalbee will please accept He J S Wheeler deputy sheriff is here colDr W E of the Presbyterian f ear thaaks for a valuable public document JFoyd Day got back from Cincinnati on Church will Williamsou Bethsalem on Upper lecting taxes preach at Thursday nfcbt last and left for Quicksand e the sewspapers of the United States Success and prosperity to the good old next morning to look after the logging in Grassy on the third Sunday in February Svekt Bye And Bye Herald HkRev J T Pieratt preached at Maytown Frank Tyler the Tillage blacksmith has terest of J T I DaT at that UldtC NOTICE Send me50 cents stating what aite sick with inflammation of th 4 Clay Cooper son of Judge Cooper and n Sunday last morning and afternoon paper yon saw this hi and 1 will send you is now much bet student of Hazel Green Academy returned brain ior a week past bat If you want a good job of tin copper or an 8 page 4S column weekly paper Th Â¬ ter acd Is considered oat of danger to school Monday after a weeks visit to his sheet iron work call on B F BlDDELL Truthful Witness for one year The Wit ness is a first class family paper giving gen- Â¬ Main street Mt Sterling Ky parents at West Liberty Hesry L Godsey of this place last Thurs- Â¬ temperance eral news stories sermons Mr Marion of Green county Mo was a articles and a well conducted school day sold to Jas J Cannoy of Spencer a Fire in Mt Sterling He On Tuesday night Jan 2Gth about 11 department It is non scctnrian and all heifer for 31 Mr Cannoy gnest of J T Day last Sunday nightbrother-in-Sac Christians are invited to write for the paper left Monday for Breathitt to visit his heifer from J T oclock a fire broke out in the old building giving their tenets and interpretations of ah parchaHed a law lVm Day on Broadway formerly occupied by the Day ef thk place for 21 the scriptures but no contention will be U Hon D S Godsey our representative -Democrat S S Fizer published Sample 2 cents a copy 8 F and owned by Hon W O Mize has sent us a report of pas thrown aside the affairs of State for It was occupied by Remus Grimes as a con- Â¬ Smith publisher Frankfort Ky the Commissioners of Railroads from which a while and is visiting his family at this fectionery and restaurant He saved noth- Â¬ wc find that 45 of the US counties of this place ing of account and his loss probably reaches Bey Jas L Thornbury who has been State ar withost railroad commanication 1000 on which he held an insurance of holding a protracUd meeting at thk place 500 The He will accept ear thanks other occupants were Miller left for Salyerville yesterday Wilson insurance agents and A Aveline Oct rspreasatativa Hon D 8 Godsey THE HAZEL GMEN HERALD Miss Abbie Tyler of Beattyville is attend Its introduced a hill is the Legislature ing Hazel Green Academy and boarding at French barber The loss of Miller Wilson HO was very light but the French barbsr lost naahnrkiiig the coanty cosrt of Menifee the Pieratt House all his fixtures tools c which aggregated coaaty to issue bonds and provide for their Mr Brown of Kansas City Mo is Ttsit about 100 Jack Looney occupied the ad yrmmt far the parpose of building a jail ing hk aunt Mrs G B Swango at this joining building which belonged to the Winn ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY Cosleton has been appointed jost place estate He saved everything Fizers buildJ1F Dr J B Taulbee of this place is in ing was insured aiaiitar at Lae in this county Tice J IL for 650 and the Winn build- Â¬ XlktH resigaed aad Miss Louisa McGuire Breathitt county on professional business ing for 000 Dr F M Thomas is away on a business haabacn appelated postmaster at Lewellyn WHh Twelve Cut Pipr PaitTiu of jour ow trip to Beattyville and Otter Creek Drain all sizes and shapes can be t tleelion sd Cjsny six ctuty place of J JWaltoareaied W C Daniel of Ma town was in town j fonml at pipe ofBrODKLLMain street Mt BrF Both Publications One Year oiernng We have got down on our knees and with last Monday Leslie Swetnam of Maytown was in town tears In oar eyes have begged those owing Licking Valley Scorcher An entertain- Â¬ TWO SIXTY He to come up and pay us but alas they Monday ment was given last Friday evening at the hare no mercy Perhaps an officer will be The competition force pump has no supe- Â¬ new college building in Hazel Green by the able to perounde them to es that wc are rior also chain and suction pumps always board of trustees and faculty in honor of in stock at B F Biddklls ML Sterling L STk TT B TT ET TT right l the completion of the college We had the 1 honor of an invitation to be present and Married on last Wednesday Jan 27th J The Coal Road Controversy Of all tho Magazines participate in the ceremonies aud festivities Mt Sterling Gazette 3C Boe to Miss Mary Miller Bev J M CONTAINING Storioi Poemi and other Utrrv Day attor- - of the occasion and regret that we could not Some two years ago Wood ttraetionst combining Artistic Scientific cijo Little officiated Attendant Willie Swan go aud Miss Sophrona Little The happy ncTs for Isaac Kleins of olfe county attend This is one of the grandest educa- Â¬ Houishold matter O ipinal St Illustrated trith 41 JZnffrar couple have our wishes for their future hap brought suit in the Montgomery Circuit tional eulerprises ever inaugurated in this iucx PhoUigntvurcs Oil Vlcturts and section of the State and reflects honor upon fine TToodcutt vm kitty it th ilodcl Court against the Coal Boad Construction piaeas and prosperity Magamii9 of America Company for C00 for goods destroyed by its founders The building will accommorsrEach Mazarine contains a COUPON The jadgment of the Wolfe circuit court fir in 1S52 and after lengthy litigation ob- date 300 pupils and it is proposed that the ORDER entitling the holder to the selection of ANY acntencing Mrs Stricklin now confined in tained judgement for 600 and costs The faculty shall be equal to any in the State and In PATTERN illustrated in that numbor ANY SIZE An opportunity is now afforded the young the jail at West Liberty to the penitentiary cxecntion was returned no property found DEMOUESTS MONTHLY ir justly entitled Macrnalne for life for complicity in the murder of Pate They then brought suit in equity to enforce men of the mountains to receive a collegiate tho World6 Model In CirculationTho LRrpcst Jn Form the Largest and the best Stricklin her husband has been affirmed the judgement by putting the road in the course at a coat within the reach of their TWO Dollar Family Majrazino issued 18F6 will be the Twenty second year of its publication by the Court of Appeals t is continually improved nnd eo cxteneivcly hands of a Receiver and after paying the means is to place it in the front rank of Family expenses of the road to apply the net earnBeat Periodicals und to any All persons indebted to The HzkaX2 ings to the payment of Elkins debt While c forPatentatFlour Shipstuff Salt Seeds contains 72 pacres equal quarto S macrazine It large S S Gaitskills Mt Ster sale ill M inches either for subscription announcements or the motion was pending the bondholders mg elejrantly rinteu ana ruiiv illustrated Pub lished by W Jennings Demorest New York other advertising are most respectfully ia and creditors AND BY SPECIAL AGREEMENT COMBINED of the road appeared in the Judge a correspondent of The Her ritcd to come forward and pay at once or WITH THE H Federal Court at Covington and had Geo ald writing from Washington under date of the next they hear from us will be through D Harper appointed Receiver and filed a Jan 22 sends the following bit of news a Hazel Green Herald at 260 Per Year an crEcsr Mavbe he exx collect copy of the judgement in the Circnit Court little aged to be sure but perhaps of some Spencer the mail carrier between and moved to transfer the case to the Fed interest to the parties concerned Noah Married STATE NEWS this place and Hesry Bangers on Beaver eral Court Last Saturday Judge Cooper Sept 9th 1SS5 at the residence of the ovsrruled the motion and appointed B F brides father Mr L Stoddard Decatur B Hill informs as that Mrs Stamper at whose KENDALL HOUSE house young Lawson was cared for after be Â¬ McCormick Receiver and directed the clerk Treadway of Boonevill Ky to Miss Min to issue a writ of possession to the sheriff nie V Stoddard of Washington D C Corxer Main and Prestonsburg Sra ing shot by Williams had heard of his death and directed him to summon the force ncc Rev Mr Nailor of the M E Church offWEST LIBERTY KY at Headquarters ia Nicholas county essayy in Montgomery and Menifee counties iciated No cards Mr Treadway is a law- Â¬ Mrs E C Kendall - Proprietress Tews comes to as from West Liberty that to aid him in placing McCormick in posses- Â¬ yer by profession and at present holds a re- Â¬ The table is supplied with the best the p to 3Ionday The Heeald for last wesk sion of tli e road sponsible position in the War Department market affords Experienced hand in charge had not reached that office The bundle of Mr Ilnrper claims that an action brought The bride is a lovely and accomplished of stable Charges reasonable IiERAIDH for West Liberty was placed in by the bondholders and creditors of the young lady and possesses many of the SAVE YOUR MONEY AND BUY the mail bags on that route last Wednesday road was already pending in the U S Court graces that belong to her sex W hope all and should have reached there the same daT when the motion for the appointment of a their troubles may be little ones YOUR GOODS CHEAP Receiver was made that he now has posses- Â¬ The friends of WT T Barry South n this sion of the road by virtue of appointment of Will buy Wool Ginseng Hides Bags FROM section of the State where he is well known S 8 Gaitskill Mt Starling the Federal Court and proposes to retain c will be glad to learn that the Legislature possession until relieved by the order of Dont forget that Capt Boberts the prince has reinstated him as warden of the peniten Â¬ United Sfates Judge Barr DAYSBOBOOGII KY of commercial tourists representing the old tiary from which position he was oasted by reliable firm of Carter Bros k Co LouisTh Mitchell Wagon for sale at S S the Prison Commissioners in the summer GAITSKILLS Mt Sterling ville will be in this section in a few davs of8S4 with a full line of dry goods notions fcc A Mountain Massacre Married On January 2Sth at the resi and would like to show you samples A special from Frankfort to the Conrir dence of F M Long the brides father in Our correspondents will please bear in Morgan county Mr John Chaney to Miss Journal under date of Jan 28 says ScanE Long Rev JT Pieratt officiating ty particulars of a terrible tragedy which mind not to advertise private enterprises in Xaura The attendants were Mr A Nickell and occurred last Wednesday night in Letcher their letters Such matters belong to the Mkc Boey Wilson The Herald extends county have just reached this city This business department and space can be had Has attained a standard of excellence whic congratulations aad wishes them a long afternoon Senator J E Caudill who resides at reasonable prices admits of no superior at Manchester Clay couilty received a let- Â¬ happy aad prosperous life Itcontuins every improvementthut inventive genius skill and money can produce ter from a friend at Whitesburg county seat WOLFE COUNTY Whan one 5s sick advice is plenty bat not of Lether in which some of the facts of the CAMPTOK Jan 2 Rev D G B Dcmarce always the best A good rale is to accept murder were alluded to William Wright only such medicines as have after long years who was aa old man and Andy Wright held his second quarterly meeting for the place on last Satur- Â¬ circuit of trial proved worthy of confidence This were shot and instantly killed aud Black Camptou Sunday at this protracting however until day and OBGAN hi a case where other peoples experience Bill Wright wa shot through the thigh and Wednesday nigjit when he left for his next atbt may be ef great service and it has been the mortally wounded The killing was done quarterly meeting at Jackson is hnvint snmp yjuiiuKIp im experience of thousands that Ayes Cherrr by Samsel Wright Elijah Wright and Jas JCl T js bakted provements made on his mill He has ele- Â¬ Paetsral k the beet eoagh medicine ever WrighL The letter which was from a vated the whole mill building about five fob need prominent citizen of Whitsburg said that feet txvx daughter II yes wast the best humorous paper in all three of the mardrers had been arrested Miss Ella Eose 19 very of David Rose Â¬ low wiin pneumoAaserica subscribe for the Arkansaw Trav- Â¬ aad were in jail at Whitesburg Their trial art oi cuuwaier nia fever Recovery doubtful eler price 2 a year The Hazel Geekk k set for tomorrow and it is believed that M V Potts of Mt Sterling has been era HEKATB aad Arkansaw Traveler will be the three men will be hanged ployed by G T Center to run his saw and These Organs are celebrated for volumvs The affair seems to have been the result planing mill at this place mailed to aay address one year for 250 quality of tone quick response artistic design of afued in the family as both slayers xnd Hiram Hogg depuir collector of the Sth beauty in finish perfect construction making Far 290 we will send th two pipers and them the most desirable organs for homes slain were of the same name Senator Cau- Â¬ district was in town this week two beaatiful colored engravings The the schools churches lodges societies otc George Calmese of Breathitt county was Arkaaaaw Traveler aad The Thih of the dill and several of the mountain members ESTABLISHED REPUTATION of the Legislature are acquainted with the in town yesterday See advertiseraenL CH EQUALED FACIXITIES Taae -- The Campton high school is now in full Wright family which resides in the north Â¬ SKILLED WORKMEN Jeff WritiHg freai Vancebarg Ky under eastern part of Letcher county about 15 llast with 79 pupils o BEST MATERIAL COMBINED MAKT THIS date of Jan 23 Be v W L Stamper says miles from Whitesburg TLey however GlLLMORE Jan 30 Mrs Jane Fallen I My ecting continues Thirty anited know very little of these people It seems suppose is some better It will be reuiein- OBGAH - with ike chsrch last sight In this meeting to have been a cold blooded assassination bered Mrs Fallen is a verv sickly and weak- sick for jtiae 125 shave joined the asitoccurreu at mgnt and the men who IJ woman and hastobeen anythingsome time and having failed say about her f te thepreeest jreceiiiei over 200 persons Instruction Backs and PIuo Stools lost their lives were surprised at their home until now we will have to apologise to the iyc clMrsfc our negligence as en8 i4e the ehrehn4 witnessed on many con before theyiscould offer any resistance Letch - James nd relatives forcon D J Vesf jest atalognes and Prico Lists on application rank H Vest and this work er county greatly excited over the slaughbave been TaraJppj since CHICAGO G0TTA6E ORGAN GO turned from Quickeand Breathitt county e i yreached ia this little wmAnr 1 u b Everybody kexBg wisre thrv have bf en on business Thev r Randolph and Ann Sts CHICAGO jL-railroad 3-reTr jgtj To God be fll the glory1 -- CUroa aj-- sm 9- t r HIWII7B enifftra Hrtkjr tv Jt m How brightly glows the radiant sky Its glorious tint unfurl Yet brighter far doth shine the eye Of our sweet mountain girl The roses tiat is bearrtous too The dewdrops gleam like pearlsj But none of these can yet eclipse The charms of mountain girls But grace and beauty not alone Their mighty weapons hnrl It is the freshness oi the mind That stamps the mountain girl Long has she borne the ridicule And censure of the churls Who never knew the channiug grace Of bright eyed mountain girls Her obscure life has vanished now The darksome days are oer And she is gaining for Jjer toil A fame forercr more Her cheeks no longer tinge with sham To greet king prince or carl With winning grace and cultured tones Bespeaks- the mountain girl She is natures gift all good and true In truth a priceless pearl A mind so clear a heart so pure Adorns the mountain girl - Cash Dry Goods Store WHOLESALE AND RETAIL We call attention of our renders to an ad- Â¬ vertisement of the Chicago Cottage Organ Company in anotherolumu and we take pleasure in recommending to the general public a company whos Organs have at Â¬ tained a reputation for their superior musi Â¬ cal qualities artistic beauty ami general ex- Â¬ cellence This company ranks among the largest and best in th United States having a capacity for manufacturing 8U0 Organs per month and its Orgaseire shipped into near- Â¬ ly every inhabitable portion of the globe The members composing the firm of the Chicago Cottage Orjfan Company are men 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 The Water of Life for Afflicted Humanity XROST IS KING i Mm - of a mile from the beautiful town of Hazel Green Tha water coatains a larger per rentage ot Iron than anv other water fcaown uuuc ii u iuc Biuai vsibsbk IH use- cure oi disease 1 These springs are located three quarters used internally orxters allr Among the many diseases which flesh is heir to and for which th- wonderful water is known to be a positiveaad permaaeac tuic sreiae louowiajfi - of experience integrity skilled iutheir line conduct their busineeV on an equitable basis and their future is desjgned to be a bright one MORGAN COUNTY c E WILLMOT - Reese Building MT STERLING KY West Liheuty Feb HANLY DEALERS IN Mount Sterling Ky JUDY i iar Hardware dueensware Stoves Grates Plows c Sole Agents for the World Renowned it a4I TENNESSEE WAGONS Uiie lady writes I aa 30 thaafvl to the Great Giver of all Blessings that I trk2 Swango Springs Freely do I give all th time and- money spent there for the healti and strength I new eajey A gentleman of IUinefc says I think the water of Swango Springs dicfaae more goad than all the nostrums I have ever tried I w ill certainly be withy on agaia next spring References TL Smith J G Trimble P L Beese MtSterliagrKy F MUinkle Mrs F M Hinile Yieu Clarke Hum lick Ky A large hotel is now being built which will afford ample accommodaooa to visitors For further information in regard to board dfcc address HARRISON SWANGO Or this office Hazel Green Ky - CONSTIPATION DYSEEPSIA SKIN DISEASES SCROFULA CA- Â¬ TARRH RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA NER Â¬ VOUSNESS C Vie append a few ef the kanceda ef tes Â¬ timonials which havhpwt ta the efficacy of this water ia disease - t - Jle h The Best and Cheapest Wagon on Wheels The Trade of Wolfe and adjoining counties is McCord Aydelotte respectfully solicited WHOLESALE The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Roots Herbs and Barks ExceptGrinseng w H GILUS HATTERS No 613 West ILjlqt Strjcbt LOUISVILLE Â¬ J T BREEN SON KT -- B E ROBERTS TCTTH lea lj Importers 1 Wholesale Druggists - Sentinel- -- Main Street Mt Sterling Ky Carter Bros i Co WHOLESALE Dry Goods and Notions John A Carter 729 731 aad James u Carter D A Forline tMAIN STREET 733 For Hard Times DEMORESTS MAGAZINE ADAM BAUM Keeps Cpnstantly on hand a Large and well se-Â¬ lected Stock of Jo J 8 C BetheL G Carter Jr LOUISVILLE KTC J GRAtraA 6RAUMAH JAS A SHUTTLEWOKIK Â¬ Â¬ le 260 Which he sMls Wholesale and Retail as- Cheap as they can be bought in the State Give him ar call and be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go - now u SHUTTLEWORTH fi ins ai - Manufacturers and Jobbers of Mens 605 W ai Street Boys x KY - CLOTHING Mais LOUISVLLLE BOB NUNNELLY EMORESTS T nil fina -- JOHN W JONES DEALER IS DUNLAP BEOS J CO xi i m WHOLESALE SADDLERY v- Wales Â¬ Jelw en - Â¬ NO 10 MAIN STREET MT STERLING 1m are 2 00 5 75 J Dunlap W G Earrett B L Dunlap ManufactBrrz of Saddles Harness aad dealars is Saddlarr Hardware LOUISVILLE 728 KY and 730 W Main St Â¬ CLOCKS FROM ONE One Day Clock strike Eight DuyClock Eight Day Clock and Album SOLID SILVER WATCHES Silver Plated Spoons Largest Stock of Clocks in Eastern Kentucky 100 DOLLAR UP EX GEORGE DOLL WITH I Call and Bee my goods 75 9 00 1 00 Rosenberg Reiner Successors to Rosenberg Nathan Go Flexner Â¬ Particular attention paid to Repairing N II TRIMBLE JOHN W JONES ROBT M TRIMBLE WHOLESALE Â¬ Â¬ TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS IN BOOTS AND SHOES 1 712 axd 714 South SidrMaix Bet 7th Sth LOUISVILLE EX SMOCK WITH Â¬ JH Oils Davis Flour Provisions Salt Nails AM NICKELL Â¬ CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGAN JnPVHKln flBBK2Hii Mallory Co Powder Field and Garden ia Seeds Mt Sterling Ky carry the largest stock and DRY GOODS They NOTIONS largest business of any do the And Fancy Goods and West house in Mt Sterling Street reea Wholesale Dealers 715 717 ESTABLISHED IN 1845 Bet Main 7th and 8th fL LOUISVILLE ST - Â¬ The Leading Insurance Agency 31000000 00 1861 London and Lancashire Royal of Liverpool Liverpool and London of Liverpool and Globe of England 36875000 00 1810 Hartford of Hartford 849 Springfield ot Springfield Mercan- Â¬ 1S09 North British 33301000 00 1863 Firemens Fund of Cali- Â¬ tile of Encland fornia 179InaCo of North America 1S85 1836 - JACOB HARRIS WITH a OF MT STERLING KY Total Assets of Agsncy 143848780 80 9260000 00 4541240 00 2585633 00 1473026 00 Levi Newburger WHOLESALE CLOTHING Co HAWFACTWEJK -- fntr ILi5sis9 jBEBSBfm MHHB 971696 33 1863 Northwestern National 1154889 00 724 aad 726 Main Street of Philadelphia 1710 Sun Fire Officeof London 5863000 00 1750 Niagara of New York 1874035 CO Betweea 7th aad ScH 5383916 46 1865 uoatmans rlttsburg 1782 Phenix of London 411499 00 Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well known corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental companies being dear at anyprice LOUISVILLE KY The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as they B GREEN would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds ia trust Look to quality aa the WITH A HOFFMAN paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully WHITE GREET WUTTiSZX Office At Traders and Deposit Bank Wholesale Dealers ia -- ED C B SWANGO DEALS RLAVhite JX5 ureen Boots and Shoes West Maia 615 Street- - f IX - J AHu2akerJ LOUISVILLE KYJ WITH GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY XKSPS COKSTAJtTLY OK HAXD A FULL A8SOKTEJ5XT OF HJ CLARK Sievers Garson Harim H v - J THE POPULAB i i Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware GEO E Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer KtMl ias Stoves and Farming Implements In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOM PXICIrfci 637 W Main ttrttt louuvill TUCK wmr WMMKHhP LOCMTrLLI XT fit WLIMKIH TAWAW ji r - -- Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of ny debt dee me all kiada of Country Produce and Live Stock of every description M C4a Xsift- jrW04er J5 XET YQ3R- c S VSf fpn J wfe Ujfl RMtWarFIir a new life together through shadow TWENTY TWO CHILDREN SWSfffetfwt Ti and sun and all the changes and Lotus ruei 5 war flag was a common tncti sseiea tSc 141 MM JAJBM1 chances of this mortal life Ella F This is the Record of Mr and Mrs Karkert table cloth six feet by four feet with TOicJtij 3 Mosby in Springfield Republican srtfeaaerlfc i earner pM Daring Seventeen Years ol Married Idle OOXPS7reirfetr fringed 6r rather irayed edges Oa moVsertbteefc fcorses A In the rear of No 2SS Rlackhawk the flag is a steel engraving of Notre PYdBiet 5 2 FALLING STARS mzcxiGucK - - xektucky coeonjflJWM street upper floor lives Wilhelm Kar- Â¬ Dame des Lourdes and beneath it is ButhioVLl Awheelti feraiw er is OTwtanwfd jied Recollections of a Vnderal ig ht in the kert father of twenty two children but written the pedigree of Louis Kiel then pfckedup bleeding and u OH THE SHORE- Year 1833 three of whom are living The family a prayer to the virgin Mary signed by ofliagtlw stewner w 1 have read many descriptions of occupies but one small room that is Louis David Riel On the reverse ox hedseelected to A Xew ysr 1eem in e Baehrvm A what was called tho falling stirs or that pordon of it above ground the picture is a prayerful proclamation Httlnesctonlsi3tTt bad ueLAlee Mfmn Mte beach one Unv deUars- - Tfce kwv is in possession of Captain The waves rwe breaklnj ntmy est meteoric shower of 1833 i do not call Nineteen of the twenty two children The flagwho will probably take it with ota half tatnon f wko ar atDM ot trade are fH i t43r geatie cefcoe a nlar Howard Chey Hade aanaur soft ana sweet tkeir nryself old yet I was live years of age are dead seventeen buried in Germany him to his home in Connecticut The tfee same fatal nfebdMv TaeK kidneys taiaJdag- titer Me b attonttai when the event alluded to occurred and and two in America Iteofctrf acress the bar and lo The record of flag which has just been presented to whereas i they- aaade aocoal we jattfc issuing from se citys heart m witnessed it as I remember without fear tho family is something remarkable the Sixty fifth Regiment of Montreal lVaraer3 safe cnrtey wtffL Xtw vessel proudly pro that they dont feel qaiSe weH with the inscription Te geek a foreign distant mart The impress is still fresh on my mind Karkert will bears a sacred heart and Mrs for Iklr Curious enough feeling bothers tlwm thattttejarg yafiai Thy kingdom come though I have never read a description have been married but seventeen years with indigestioa that their bcaia rQ watcuefl her as ahe suited along half ow dnru Imc of eraoUe that agrees withudiat I saw except January 9 next The couple arc al-Â¬ the badges taken from thewhichbreed to respond at call that their aecrea tc f told Tnetlua her was XLnstrunsJtnre Jurtuti Wh pushing onward enjjinc strait when spoken of is sublimely grand most oAhe same age He will be forty rebels at Baroche one of e lroke by gtroke brought to Toronto by a grenadier 1 will try to describe it as seen by March 11 1886 and she will reach that Mile aae a Ajnss is as lier j me in Beaufort District South Carolina age die 28th of the same month They taken from Riel himself also bears a great deal bscter- -good as a l Jollosed lengthith ea tie eve to bt Yo caatkisa a mil iherefeiFmed Vnstt at one hnndrcd and fifty miles up the were married in Keeslin an ancient sacred heart and the same motto IhSadelpht CalL A ileHUlng ol the era awlaly Ttleh hid her stately foin from tne Savannah Riverj nnd about six miles town in Poinnierania Germany Jan- Â¬ she had grown beyond childhood Fruit from Matthews Bluff At the residence uary 9 28G9 and from that time on at And then I sat bjc down find ihonght ELYS So Argyles efforts were generally of my aunt at some hour before day an overage of every ten months Mrs Of all tlatcs ieliipv bure The Lancet regards the increased use UnCAIR BALR Now honey yo know battled by The wealth the Jwfhj UofUy wj onght the date I do not remember Uncle Karkert has set one or more babies The merchandise tfte goodly store dure aint nebber been any Fred came to my bed took me in his into this world While her husband of fruit in ordinary diet as one of the when applied into w twixt yo folks an dere neighbors -- Of ail that men sHght arms to the front piazza where he participated in the Franco Prussian most salutary tendencies of domestic costrib wUIbe absoJv ncfl orrrav clesaa T give theta comfort ordcht anwesegot to receive dem all with stood me on my feet to witness the war and as Napoleon 1IL surrendered management in our day The starchy cd effectuaEr catarrh But a I jKHiered on the wave fnstneheadof to me rain of apparent liquid fire I had no at Sedan coming hostility Neednt talk Mrs Karkert at home and saacharine components of fruit while Aad OB the tempest in its might heal chile bout indignant circumstances fear for he wis with me and I had no did her duty by swelling tho census they are not equal in accumulated force al virus caaatcs It al thy secretion And en that vessel all alone Inflimrnal0SDt9- - VWftKXESgM Yo is you tig an vo musnt sturb appreciation of the terror it might have by two 3oung Karkerts of the to the more solid ingredients of meat lart the membrane or t ihers jMn the honiullcsi sea tecu voself Lef it all to Dilsev shell vide for those who dreaded the judgment Its fato to all save God nnkuotvn male persuasion Unfortunately they and fat are similarly useful in their own lie naialpassasei from com TVko oaly scctb what sh ill be yo wid a dinner dat old marster kin It was a rain of fire not stars Tho only lived thirty six hours Next dme degree and have the advantage of additional cold eores pletely neU tie i see now eat yo stars or sparks ouly occurred at the Other advantages and restores aease at HHaT 1 snore of the human lire bore twins less than a ear after greater digestibility But Aunt Dilsey willing as her heart end of the lines of fire Imagine a rain she peace had been signed at Frankfort arc local stimulation thus reaving taste and smell Arfrift upon that ocean wide the Exjesed to all the winds wild strife wa3and broad as were her shoulders of molten iron striking the earth each Mrs Karkert had no better luck Since skin and kidneys by transferring part of HQTaUP3crSatJFF And all the perils of the tide made a very ineffectual dyke against the drop bursting injo sparks Nothing A I o applications rethen the children have been born singby their excretory woric to the bowels 2 thought of bOfcomsuwellingJilgh direatening flood lieve ZAorsag treat-else will compare I could not describ j the births coming with niatheniatica With bnoyant hopes of days to come menttctUeure It is all over said Mr Meriweath Â¬ it if experience with foundry and W travels neath a Maryland My Maryland They etinnv sky ened by Argyles remainingntthe table er feebly as he came in from tho Post smiths shops had not afforded the precision every ten mouths of the Of rls3 retcrn to 1rientlt and home Maryland legislators who are always f girealfrV have all died with the exception and by her rather uneasy glance toward office the last evening of December and comparison The fire fell in streams first two children and the last one little allvQlO too puouc uato caiu iw eager minds Itheaf ht of raernvhotfe his paper He pushed up his gold spec- Â¬ drawing his chairclosep the small fire like the heaviest JJre rain I ever wit Â¬ Hereall intent n gaining wealth avH MBMLLW 16 The little tho nW discovery Jled Star Cough Core OV vnw tacles and looked at her with an amused tried to warm his colddiands X women eeekiug whattmellnui Argyle nessed and swayed to and fro just is Anna born August is troubled however like all because it - contains neuner morpma uurr smile to rarely when once lost their uealthTf I t my poor child we will have to leave the water is by the motion of the clouds creature f mt the nineteen that died before her with opium and always cures jl no pnee is umy JtWelL Argyle are you expecting any oir home next month 1 1 thenght of all that might have led or wind The only stars I saw were 25 cents she looks special news from the papers to day Those who embarked to brave the Hood Papa cried Argyle she had ex Â¬ just such as one sees when molten iron convulsions and peaked forrather frail Of expect ation that had sped her age and too wise and iYees no papa no news sneciallv pected tho blow it long-- time yqt it is running into or from the ladle A pbovsrb says Hunger is the best cook plVith greater zest the coarslng blood y j Despite her incessant efforts in the That may bo so bat hunger hasnt got any Â¬ tJwdbytiebst Mfffctrr3 ic 3j Cy1 she answered hesitating and seemed lo her when it actually came or when iron with a wcldimr heat 1 knew not what shoald be God knew blushing a little under her father s as if it had been a surprise After what is withdrawn from the forge or such maternal line and despite frequent thing to cook Texas SijCtngs NO PuItaanlVCaceCacCsv I only saw a lonely bnrk mother sickness the amusedcrutinv- UaraUi Oryaa riacu - I THuss i rotn the Jan J mans eager lew seemed to her an endless interval she as seen when ACID the liquid metal Ac- healthy She is ra PERCHERON HORSES Perhapsyou would like to hear the uisked doubtfully Ont oer the ocean wild and dark Papa where are drops upon earth or such as seen in the looks vigorous and woman of gener-a At Use hex OrleffiK post J Â¬ tlou Joint matlo wlui I en- rather good looking results of the la3t English elections1 in we going then wake of an exploded rocket The 40 Years Experience g r a curej a icsurs siraui i coma nut oner up theprayer andwaveJi a sarcastic tone 1 dont know he replied with a strangest feature to me was no such ous dimensions large soft brown eyes rTo Him who rales wiad To a Tribune reporter IVIx A S may also 1600 No thank you papa1 mm ai u xaiiicr gnc us Jekovahapower b curt mixture of resentmentarTd fretful per- Â¬ sparks or stars appeared evcept at the and fair skin The husband INCH TO A ABd ail to save He is above the Chamberlain who for 40 years has been pixMOtncedS0UATRB vhtalauiin j handsome Kr the present value of gold on Wall plexity in his tone which at once end of the line of fire rain which slopped be called height of good normal build mroiyt Would guard thoee who that night had past str jt the proprietor of the Old Bulls Head TWO GOLD MEDALS brought Argyle to his side to cares and about five feet from the eartii as near medium Ont from my sight that by Ilia arm with regular features a thick full Stables New York City said Oh no papa indeed T would much comfort him with vague words of hope as I can judge The piazza had three I lMVUiui jmm wr MTAtiMnAfaAni They might be shielded Irom tie blast r eyes rffV rather not1 with an expression of such and cheer that sounded woefully hollow steps from the ground And kept from every breath of harm It could not beard and dark bluethird da- - Three keep exchange and sale stable3 for after BUSSLi CEHEXT CO ChMueater 3toa-years ago or the unfeigned horror that Mr Meriweather to her own sinking heart have been more than three feet high Again I stand npon the shore child Mrs horses thousands of which annually with an amused laugh turned again tp is very strange5 at last observed and the line of fire rain burst intosparkp giving birth to anothersmall pox 6hor of a widely different sea It PATTEEH3 OF A2T2 SIZE but come to my stables from all parts of Karkert was seized with the last paragraph of an editorial col- Â¬ her father qucrulouslv that it has on a level with my eyes And now I hear the billows roar None that The billows of Eternity umn As he turned over the page he been five months since your cousin Sam saw struck the earth but after sparkling recovered and no mark remains to tell the country I dont deal on my own UNPARALLELED OFFER I uttered an exclamation- Argyle he has entered the house The French on this line disappeared to be succeedec the tale She says that she has never account to any extent I tee not one hat many a bark the said in a brisker tono than usual as he frequent visitor inuind He used to be a j by others in quick succession Out oer the ocean gently glide I recol been interrupted in her work b3 her horses have gbod feet and stand the outof thehouse Ont oer the ocean wild and dark looked upfrom the sheet b the way T iike nvy own sou but now I suppose he j lect distinctly observing the scene frequent births always leaving pavements better than the Clydesdales To brave the perils of its tide have found an item that may interest is line oilier around the yard and the road led di- couch and resuming her household du- Â¬ and bring a better price on the market iair weatner menus anu Andoace agata BBp prayers ascendii-- JF The The Clydesdales are short ribbed slim you ties within twenty four hours Of all the Magazines fears beingcalled upon to help us in ad rectly from the gate and wondering Forall who on that ocean roam i Thst God may bo their Guide their Friend What is it papa quickl3 Strtt JEnffTf couple have been in Chicago threeycars win- none of the fire or sparks reached waisted and lack action Compara- lllustratrit tcith Oriatnal Oil JPfcfurwr Fhotogratrrrira ad Some news about one of your ac Â¬ versity lib papa bring tticai to Ilhnselt at home husband having been employed as tively few of them are now brought to ings copy And the earth It was not as light as day the Oh think DemerMts Morthy ilaailaef epB Each C A Fulton f JTuiional Baptist quaintances laying down the paper would keep Sam I dont Besides that but a lurid light greater than 1 have evei carpenter in various shops He is living this market The demand is largely tala VonpoacfOrder entlUbur the theItlo--cfmnaway you pattern dustrated la thfasltton that young officer from Louisiana Du know he is with his regiment aud may seen since Objects were perfectly dis in enforced idleness now as during for French horses I would advise the that a amber laan rof the alzw manaactcueea teies la Du I Subscribers Purchasers seadinjr the cOa A NEW YEARS GIFT verv dull forget his name I found him not have been able to get leave of ab- - cernable though not so well as by day most winters Chicago Tribune farmer and breeders who are breeding iTocentftaraporfor postage will rewlva by wrmaO company but I remember vou light horses to sell on the New York market cota lee patters ef tie sii and kind they ci I heard of many persons being seemed to think him rather entertain PERSIAN WORKMEN terrified but saw none to breed from French horses in prefer from Uie Magtilne ccntaiehig the order I do not recolÂ¬ JIe has been at homefor the Christ- lect Why a Young Man Was Presented ing TWO Chicago Tribune per vearONLY- twelre fuU DOLLARS at seeing repliedher father short my vision anything above the line ol rhelOLrlinitivu Working Tools and System ence to all others lncludtsjzec patterns xiS Dupont was his name papa an- Â¬ mas holiday With One such as the tops of trees aud Percheron stallions of the finest quality and kinds selected of Work TomChad wick met hini the day Seed twenty cent for the cttrreat nwnber with Pattsa swered Argyle after nervously Intent lyt houses and with choicest pedigrees registered The fire rain was too thick to will What implements they used in ancient in the Percheron Stud Book of France Coupon and you vasecertainly subscribe tar a yea as upon pulling out the fringe of her red lie arrived a week ago get tea mes Us see through After staying as long as h Argyle Meriwealher liud tvro lovers fruit napkin Argyle did not reply But isnt his namemen was deemed prudent in 1113 night clothes times we know not but to day tho Per- Â¬ arc annually imported in immense W Jennines Dsmorest PJiiilserZ Et4lS St NewYrrlc One was an old familiar friend no other tioned in the paper IStf Didnt you say her Has he written you one line asked my uncle returned me to bed Howlon sian artisan has neither rule compass numbers Within the past Vwo years VoL SdbvmXewsdeaIjr3asdPooUsa3ters faUier than hex first cousin Sam Meriweather there was an item about him it do not No answeredArgyleffeebly but dowas before daylight I called know I nor spirit level He is commonly igno- Â¬ 1000 have been imported and collected Yes of course replied the old gen- Â¬ who had been although a few years her know I slept until to break- Â¬ rant of the fact that the diameter is the by one firm alone she tleman in a somewhat guilty tone as T dont believe Sam has forgotten fast I met nu old gentleman some senior her playmate and for a time he searched the open was interrupted by a brisk Ttnock at the 3Tcars ago who was in camp on the Texas third of the circumference his gimlets Wnris a fire engine callpd ushel Be- Â¬ iier school fellow always ready to tease page diligently columns of his am a rdoor I am afraid I prairiesr who witnessed the meteoric and augurs are prods turned by a bow- Â¬ cause she is most at home when sparking Come in called Mr Meriweather herihlmself but quite as ready to come little absented minded Argylo that is Ht raul Herald and Argyle stole a little farther back in- Â¬ shower or falling stars and whose ac- string he has no hatchet but only an to ber aid if anybody else did He about trifles Yes nvy dear you are VoltagaT on Electricity the shadow of the door intending to count tallied more- nearly with mine adze and no carpenters bench If he seemed to look upon her in the light of right of course his name must have to than any I have ever read or heard He desires to plane a board he puts it on The xassenger Department of die Chlca-make her escape unnoticed She liad did not have my experience with molten a possession which he had a right to been mentioned rm the ground and if he would saw a V6 HnnL-- Iclunrl XT llPiri - KBllimV flT- l-Â¬ -burned the front breadth of her Argyle waited with ill concealed im Â¬ and torn the sleeve in her effortsalpaca metal but when he heard 1113 comparihie own way with but was equally block of wood he squats on the ground nounee tho puoucation or a new anu valuhave to re- Â¬ whose scope and intent is best slowly bound to protect So It was with great patience while her fatherheading and deÂ¬ strain Aun Dilseys-- culinary extrava Â¬ sons with the sparks from a smiths himself and holds it between his toes able work on its title page whieh reads as expressed of each gance and her hair had tumbled down forge heartily indorsed liberately read aloud the me Cor drawing the saw towards himself follows Vbltagai Genius o Electricity surprise that as the3T grew older and Ar-Â¬ separate paragraph Letter From Al- Â¬ in a confusion of curls from its coil Georgian Blactehear Wood is scarce and with such tools hard or Ned BensontJ Adventures and Talk with gyle bloomed suddenly into a lovely girl bemarle County Account of Ofrand IstSCrccneorthellttIefl3Cctbat lacks the power to work lir pillars are to be con- Â¬ one of the Genii by A3Ls of theltock and cocseaent dtr ure la romp and play niie merest Sams cheery voice replied Island Route respectfully dedicated to the IfsotryJtratlTn adlet of IUiresoolfortbe Ut- Â¬ of sixteen with hair of genuine gold and Military Review in Richmond Discov-Â¬ familiar comfort of the sound and the SOUTHERN TEXAS structed the trunks of poplars are Boys and Girls of America by the General brought a Is eyes of bewitching gray she found after ery no thats not it Murder or Sui- Â¬ throb of delight to Argyles heart raised and simply stripped of their Ticket and Pnssenger Agent of the Chicago ile one and seelf the Tfspr waaUnTrtilnotcocic very X Glancu at the Wilderness In a New lasottcrccgi ycooScedlnlrs manufacture taut slight contest with Sam in which she cide of a Stranger a They may be Rock Isl and Pacific Railway It is an ap liulepo rcraf the dgcstlreorzan3t3ncssssUTaa4 branches and bark Arc you all by yourself Uncle James County Oh papa that is too horrible ex Â¬ had expected oi course io liave to give crooked but that matters not the mas-Â¬ nronrinte seauel to Watt Stenhens on steamÂ¬ Its strenstneiurg properties arc marTelotu have been trying hard to get a bit of The progress of civilization has sadly and its uses which attained such a poputip as before that Sam was very willing claimed theounggirl the tears rising I business done in order that I might get reduced the Robin Hood romance of the ter workman tells his subordinate to larity a year ago It is a carefully written Theae Discs Â¬ xo succumb completely to her will feel- - to her eyes and her cheeks growing sud- here in time to wish you a Happy New shape the timber into an elegant pillar pamphlet of 80 pages elegantly printed represent He was so gay and full of mg mmseii ampiyrewaraeuusne smueu denly pale good old time1 when every wood was a onl- - on his eye and will bo sent to any applicant on receipt galoh spirits I can not bear to think of such Year and give you r ome proof I had reÂ¬ hunting ground but the Ruskinites vhc with the skill Depending upon him or praised him As soon as of his hand tiiis simple of 10 cents in postage stamps Address MMmzM tho and membered you You must lot me E St JOffi bc began to realize this unexpected a fate and her tears legan to fall the pleasure of it in my own way haveÂ¬ go into mourning at the completion ol artisan applies to the plaster round the unGen Tickot and Passenger Agt C R I opposite change of affairs being like most girls quickly cle he said affectionately - Then he every railroad might dry their tews in trunk in the form of a tinted pillar and P Ry Chicago III jf her age a little tyrant she seizedthe Win my love whats the matter sides of crowns it with a graceful capital and poked die embers reins and kept them not always out of ejaculated her father looking up in as- Â¬ and adtled eagerly into a bright blaze Texas Culture can progress under full cornice showing a lively inventive B H DOUGLASS SONST and secure a place in everybodys Tar Where is Argyle steam sight-- Her second suqrise was to find tonishment Or were you only jest Â¬ Capslcsim oas fi Drops Wiry she was here only a few min- Â¬ will for a good many ears before it f anc3T If judged b3r the strict applica- Â¬ good will not forgetting your rich uncles despoil such Arcadias as the chaparrci tion of rule and compass these decora 2roj Times thit there were some tilings which even ing about his sad fate There is noth- Â¬ utes ago for Coughs Colds ami Sore Htroats as said i fche could not make Sam do for which ing here about Dupont except a descrip- Â¬ around uncertainly her fatlier looking country between die sources of the ColoAlleviator of Consumption and of greatf lions may sometimes deviate slightiv benefit in most cases cf Dyspepsia with true feminine inconsistency she tion of his wedding and by the way it rado and the mouth of the Rio Graudt from a straight line but of the ar-Â¬ Pikes TooTnACnnDaops cureinl minute 25c SEWAnE SF 1VITAT1WSJ Well never mind said Sam but Glcnn8 Sulphur Soap ealR and beautifies 25c Xhex aro iiked him ttviee as well as for the many seems to have been a very brilliant and the park like uplands where the chiltho result of over forty years his voice sounded so disappointed that dren of a million settlers would find at tistic beauty of the conception there German CoiixBemoveu kills CornsSc Bunions In compounding- JOTjG H RTTVtwulsA things in which he yielded to her fashionable affair Wall and ceilings can bo no question Retail price IS cent per quarter poaad Argyle would have stepped forward in aro lastefulby decorated in like manner When Sam declared himself her lover His wedding repeated Argyle in a much play room as a car load of kids Ton SALE BY A1X BEALEKS- The fisherman who got a bite from the she feigned a pretty astonishment and tone of inexpressible surprise and then burnt breadth scent and all if he had the bluegras s countries Soldiers who c with strength mouth of a river has been heard from Lightness combined The fact is I came here have visited the battle grounds of the said Kb positively but would have as the truth slowly dawned on her in all not added is often gained in Persia b building a specially to see you to night wilderness may remember how strange xelented so grievously did she miss its ludicrousness for liaving failed to The bowels may be regulated wall of square sun dried bricks inge- Â¬ Btomach strengthened with Ayers and the I am glad you remembered us said ly foot trails lose themselves in th Pills liim during the two weeks that Sam receive one of Captain Duponts ardent niously arranged in hollow cubes as in a It has been a jungle like pine thickets screening th taid away had not unfortunately for and gloomy epistles for the hist three his uncle a little stiffly block house They are cemented to-Â¬ rorXTRT UePre MTera- A boil in the kettle is worth two ouyour Sam her second lov or appeared on the weeks she had been haunted by fears very painful year to us and few of our roads at every turn and hiding the hunt kBmentLiads and CHEAP RAILROAD gether by a layer of cargel or mortar nose CtVctfo Telegram A M n tt In TmtiL Dakota- - iloataiia eene and engrossed all her leisure time for his safety she broke into tr silvery friends have tried lo make it brighter erV dog from the hunter and in th daho Washington and Oregon The Best AgriwUuxatj mixed with straw over which in turn Of course you know we shall have to same way the lines of the Internationa SESX itnd attention This was a stranger an peal of laughter Iraiinff and TxRioer Lands now open to Settlers 2To Opium in Pisos Cure for Consump- Â¬ follows a coat of white plaster Where leave our old home next month Railroad cross the wilderness of South oilicer in the army and his name was tion Cures where other remedies fail 2oc nE Add ea CKAS B LAMBORH Dear papa how you did alarm me u XanU CosmluIoBer St 2aal Mlaa No you will not uncle replied ern Texas Half a mile from die tracl great strength is required the angles Clarence Dupont from ThibodeaurPar you read the Suicide of a stranger so arc fortified by a layer of burnt bricks jsli La He came to the neighborhood impressively as tnat were the very Sam handing overa bundle of papers one No oxb knows the value of flowers who find hollow sleepy nia it PIANOS--ORCAN- S hasnt botany JBoston Tott Theres ydur bond which I secured that seem never to have been Such a wall will stand for ages yn a furlough obtained by a slight wound item you were looking for And k m It is interesting to watch the builders at myself by purchase from your auditor 5u his arm and brought a letter of in Â¬ Captain Dupont is reallw married waked by the scream of the iron The demand for tunics which Evzpr one is perfectly satisfied who uses T1X PIASOS he It proved MASOYA HAV new so lorj e tttat ft eeond addi troduction to hor father irom his uncle laughingagain with such an abandon of J and you wont mind uncle that I have horse hill pastures where the antelope work They wear long tion to the factory b s become Imperative Do not arc tucked into their girdles when work- Â¬ Buckinghams Jjyo for tho Whiskers secured the old place in Argyle xequroone iaaiterjiitnuch tuning as Pianos onU name browses as quietly as on the highland ui old friend and classmate of Mr mirth and amusement that her father preva Hex wret In nvsteii- - t onMltCatafnsraefree ing displaying a length and muscular Hcrhvealheri 100 5or After his first call Jie bewildered by her rapid transition from instead of yours I thought it would of the Sierra Madrc even while cf OXOAYS Wiiek development of limb I have never seen When hedoes a man impose upon himself Cash S inrSPayment or Censed to J9 Easy prevent it from being sold an more and echo the thunder of a train rushtaxeshis memory tame irequonth for he wis slaying tears to gaity remarked rather crossly equaled elsewhere The one above sings MASON k HAMUS ORGAK M F1AX8 COIMKT with frienua who lived at the distance of jMydoye you seem to find the young would be best for both and he paused ing by on its way to the distant station the musical If afflicted with Soro Eyes use Dr Ity miles only and the ride and talk mans marriage very comical now I a little anxiously to see how his - uncle And in the hills of the uplands there are out in of God tone me Brother in The ThompsonsEy e TvaterTJruggists sell Isaac n 146 Wabash Ave Chicago 1H oss a brick name it 23c jwilluhis yretty young hostess was an can not assert thafc Lwas very intimately would regard this arrangement rocks that have never heard that echo one below as he throws the brick sings My dear bo5 his imcle began in Between the San Saba and Fort Davis Ns Repe to Cat Off Horses MaS agreeable enough divcrtascraent for a acquainted with him he always ap- Â¬ O my brother or 0 son of in repby Ax anomaly Baked dog is sometimes an ceieoratcd jvxvx- mi miner day He began pf course by peared to be rather diffident ibout con- Â¬ his old pompous manner but quickly an area exceeding that of all Tennessee meal God behold my uncle and slipped by any Jtnot be BKIDIiE Combined 3 33nnglove as a courtesy due Mb the versing with me bnt from Vven my broke down into natural tears of relief has never grieved the souls of its team a brick in 5the Gname ofBenjamin in Indian can fcorv Kara ifeJfau W pietiQiiertoany partot nr uii This is morovthaii T sters by a railroad survey exJ buffoon felHiead overearsinlovs The north iBBt slight acquaintance I should judge he and gratitude Saddlery Hardware- and Haras tfter his ardent Southern fashion and was just the kind of young man to take deserved I have been a very selfish old ern part of this reservation contains one CeiAurv Special discount to fhsH Dealer man I have not thought enough of of the remaining buffalo pastures on conducted bis wooing lifter a style very a foolish interest in such things Trade 23TSend for Prtce LIs A niXT to the bashful Ho haudetl her JC LlGaTHOCSEItocbejen i different irom poor Sams slow and Oh papa papaJ exclaimed Ar-Â¬ other peoples troubles of my- - daugh Â¬ this side of the llock3 Mountains A M10 hymn book with a mark in it whore the ter and I have misjudged my friends few mile northeast of Fort Concho thi- hymn began When shall wo embrace jarnest way He was very jealous gyle leaning back in lier chair and Sam this ol d military road lo New Mexico crosses Sue passed it back with the murk trans3ind in complete despair or very ecstatÂ¬ laughing againt you may be vdry and thought them selfish TRADEm mark tho Sweet By and ferred to CURED ic and on the point of announcing a learned and wise about English politics will be a lesson to me in human good Â¬ the mesquile plain and teamsters who by Thetho hymn hadIn marriage fee soon a pnron 8ucTmanAntamaCarcneveryaiitOBivot etrolhal to all his acquaintances and and German literature but you dont ness aud be grasped the young mans travel that road in pret liter JJoston Budget metUa rtiirra taeirorkS cwslnsnrea comfort i ame steep euecta cures trzere u i outers zaiL jftv sure to sight bufiaios NotiiriS herds Sirgyle who had never given a serious know die least bi about what is going hand warmly smrt inaieotTxnetavunoKteDtieiii Ktee Nevek trust a secret to a professional the bison legions of the North American Oh uncle thought to marrying this new admirer on under your very eyes Yes papa 1 said Sam overwhelmed 31 JOOTOiTmtetor brmtlL SJatarlo FRXKI fcratani x DtcK SCHrFFMAy SI Panl Miaat1 cornet player His business makes him a found it equally hard to restrain hi think he was rather foolish about such X am so glad you like it and in his prairies are vanished forever buttroop blower Ill iladrlphia Herald iiopes and his tears When at last he things and his marriage wouldnt have haste to escape from his uncles thanks of ten or twelve are still occasionally would have a final decision and re- Â¬ surprised me at all except diat especially afWhy should the soldier never lose his Free from Opiates Emetics and JPoteon was and praise he bade him good night seen in the upland valle ceived ajiegativeone he took Ms dc expecUng to hear something else Iquite most incoherently and precipitately re- ter hard frosts In spring these survivhead in battle saida Germrm Captain to he i ors of better times take refuge in the a private wldier anyBecausetoif he didcap SAFE treated Jparturcin the depths of gloom bring Â¬ different ENGINES Portable and S put his place would not hnve f andALL ftiifcj tears of self reproach to Argjies SURE was mistaken in thinking the dreary border of the staked plains But he ing W TTnnrfriwfln n It is precisely what I would have ex Texas SiJliwjs on ibeandful eyes and filling her tender peeled remarked her father severely way wis clear for a little figure stole where the3 separate pair wise for great- Â¬ BODUSiT CO Ca CLXAT O LAKE PROMPT Dbcooixts axd heart with alarm by threats of suicide lor he xiui not enjoj being laughed at after him and a very low but a very er security and retreat further hilfward Yes Clarissa we presume when you are AT THE CHARLES Vtxuaa ATOGELER CO BALTIK0RT 3D and hints of a speedy death on the and Argyle catching a glimpse of the sweet voice said Sam arresting his at the least sign of danger Southern taking your banjo lesson it can be said that you are on pick it duty Yonkers Statesman blooiySattle fleld cooks resignd air as she waited at the flight abruptly on the steps and then BlJPQae jm eegEs wheie FAIIS Argyle was very young and she was half open door for orders about dinner Argyles haud stole into his Tauten sod A Baltimore man lias discovered a new aMtCoiucnSymp by droagiga use PI much troubled about it md wished that caught up her tiny key basket with a not You thought you could steal away brand of soothing syrup It is used for the Elective Education Sam had not been so foolish himsolf it unmusical little jingle of its keys without my saying a word Oh you purpose of keeping saws quiet while cutwould have been such a comfort to have aud left the table dropping a light kiss naughty boy said Argyle reproach- Â¬ Prof Adams in his address on the oc- ting teeth California Maverick him reason and laugh her out of her on her fadiers forehead as she passed fully zctln Maa r Woman In erjry casion of his inauguration as President The bones of the average mau only weigh coestf to rflar jood fifairj fl mm Argyle I didnt want you to know of Cornell fears or even scold her for her sel by him University discussed the im- Â¬ about twenty four pounds and yet some I tvx Ca natuBCftutat 7SIE Fartfrtikrs lishuessin amusing herself at the ex But though Argyles mind was re- Â¬ I was afraid vou niirht think I was iro- - portant peoplo wit on nils and step around as M tse3taaara3Uvcr warCc Beston question of elective education pense of anothers pain though they weighed a ton X Y fvde- lieved in regard to Captain Dupont an- Â¬ ing to trouble you again and h broke forf re raaloiroe of Books m mosemesla 3vjll never be so wicked again1 other much more serious trouble aroso down rather incoherently a secoiuTlime He declared the history of education pendent Specie rlUIeiiies OrnnantIc Fortna Teller Eiglfed Argyle and she went offwtoget in its place WrUrr- - EtlijnetTc Dream Boole l at shows that the highest results have been Her father owed a great not being endowed with so grajj-talSix of one and half a dozen of the other etc Pick Jb t rsztaauLo 1 S- Aba St J - York her fathers shirts to mend the raend dealof money arid hadniprVgagcd the ent for words as for deeds attained under those systems that have usually implies a sameness between two MOSSCVK or fordnff Bari oil nnootX ingJhaJieeu accumulating during the homestead heavily l The interest on But you wont iakedVrgyle very given thegreatcst liberty of choice He things But it is ver3 different when a jury fae ItoptCSK wiUd it Eel inas a4L is equally divided regarding a verdict last Jew weeks as a proof of her gen diis mortgage had not beeri paid for sweetly her hand still in his r Waii cnTlt Fftwiil - I Ar 07IH said tliaC though the Introduction of Cures Rheomahsm NeuraJfia uw Puck iarpweeaIetposHua rataireccwu Mttxtn HriMiaf BriacBe nine and profound repentance She several years and Mr Meriweather sank No I wouldnt take such an advant- Â¬ elective works we are making for the Urn prlt FTtTTetc rit iSOIETTo Arunwa ansaur w persevered in her course of amendment into a deep depression whenever a letter age of your kindness I will never love first time what might be called scholars CESTS PKICE A Vermont man recently went into his AT OSCGOISTS AKD PKAIXS3 taatinuaritUiestteaed sis illustrated by attention to darning and from his creditor now beginning to you any less but I wont worry you dog but a bear TUX CUIRLES ATOUXLB OXPlLTISOREaB Â¬ iMicjmct3eafpttand in three or four colleges in the coun- yard and whisted for his Scudforcatn oirMr Aiutrrx repairing everything she could lay her threaten a foreclosure arrived tlear Yoiymnst not betafraid- ibfjny try the conditions of the highest success answered it instead Whereupon tho man It Orsan Jt Plafto CoCiTorX5a NYPJELVBER of this paper send- hands on for the next fortnight and I made him more fretful for several days ever speakjhgof uiy love agaiiiilanil have at Jat been attained It was his fled Some m sii are never satisfied If 31 Graphic Wis Esti ri ami Wave 3 Sent CLO V any a postal card f oTimuENTtrnr regret to own that she found it uneom and gave a bitter flavor tohis remarks poor Sam forgot that he was at that mo Â¬ opinion however that the end of the wacre Co nskins for them wHI receive HMialy dull and there were moments about some of his more prosperous rela- Â¬ ment breaking the very promise he was second college year was tho time when B C bzzta U15 A sewbp per hnheen started at Sitka aspecimennnmber of The Cen when she would have relapsed into tives but it did not occur to him that he waking elective work could safely begin This Printers out of a Sitknn perhaps getone by the icrdfe applying early Motion Fot tury and tho Urst sixteen pages of the C1MGER Treatedti nnd M iniquities had not both her lovers could do anything to prevent their be former Well Sam if you really wont ak shows Pivsitlnnt Adam to belong to tho lloofe free Addrew T L I OXD JAair t Kaae orin volume of St Nicholas with been safely out cf her reach and a long ing left homeless and penniless Nor mo for a gift for the New Year I shall conservative wing of the educational re-Â¬ Tekksa Tca a young violinist will make current of one of the most delightful chapters did it occu- - to Argyle either though have to give it without the asking Will formers xainy spell kept others from calling Â¬ Some maintain that the stuXdsestlaa b a Tun through this country nest year II fl ill C STCDY SecnrcaRai--childrens stories ever written The pub- Â¬ fiUKC mad twin Bcst fzssCactxwTSatatoir At last there came bright beautiful she thought of many plans for herself yon take it shyly dent should be given the privilege of Good luck Tun Hotton Courier gE lishers will also send an attractive list weather in the early autumn Mr Meri- of taking in sewing of trying Sam was not too blind to sce the ehoiccjynnietliately on entering college ign a mean young husband who Hs weather was residing hraoriiug paper to set a few scholars hmony her ncVh- - meaning and as the sweet face hid itself Preside iitAd a nw recommendation gives beggedwas wife not to mnkeany more cake of their books etc telling of something VTTETS TVKlTTSf ItojyittYlfMJtS Tkie wm Always a lengthy oocupadon j bcrs ehildren onlyfeclingthatit would against his shoulder Argle herself therstudent time to rfsWrnin what until hehis paid his life insurance dues for every one Address the card to had thc4Aii irtlcHxct pleiieayyoM no auifca imnossnne to uo or under- - vas taken as 0 jrift for a NewYenrand choice nullum Fall Itlver Advance - t61 aBJwweu peruNuoj The CE TUKrCo New York In kLvjaier a V JLlixl C3 Geeen Herald v -- a toht -- So r editorial columns a business like inre tigation of extracts from other papers and letters of correspondents and at the last a by no moans indifferent review of the advertisements Argyle who had presided at the head of his table ever since she had been left a motherless child of ten years old and poured out his coffee for him watched his proceedings this morning with an interest quite new in her pretty ladyship Usually she professed a supreme indifference to the news papers and their contents and if she did not receive an tizure or rose tinted missive of daintiest size from one of her own correspondents which was a rare occurrence as she was herself incorrigibly laz- - about answering her Jotters lier occupations after finishing her own breakfast consisted in feeding the two brown setters Dash and Dare and gathering flowers to arrange in the sitting room It was a very lax house-Â¬ hold m its ways but Argyle to do her justice was fond of early rising and en- Â¬ joyed the fresh cool air of dawn and the run in the garden for the fruits for the breakfast which was the meal her father preferred above all others while the dew was still fresh upon them She liad generally aired and dusted both rooms superintended the making of tins coffee and the preparation of some appetizing little side dish Mr Meri wcathcr being decidedly an epicure and had eaten her own simpler meal before her father appeared lo was the most absent minded and unobservant of men but this morning even his attention seemed to beawak Â¬ 1 - take anything which would necessi tate her going away from her father and leaving him without any one to attend to the little things on which his daily comfort so largely depended Summer with its long joyous days seemed to have been left a great distance be Â¬ hind as the weeks went on bring-Â¬ ing short dark days of colder weather and she tried to economize in their fuel and food and clothing and to devise something she could sell instead of hav- Â¬ ing the row of purchases grow longer ana longer every week Of course she made little headway Her experience was very small and AuntDilsev the cook like most ne Â¬ groes had an invincible dislike to economy and could not understand there was any real need for it with her Jus one dat ole marster s folks chiles whims she grumbled to herself for though she was perfectly devoted to Argyle she could never rwilize that Ms-r- -- - K0 SI -- pt sfni titioruth je 1 i -- tr cff w arJa fATAODU anti-moistu- re Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ S4B Â¬ --1 V iuiru 1 -- u rAVJUL GLUES Founds v sijssrssssr lTSgg hTt fever rr wenty-two-fo- ld i -- - i -- Â¬ Â¬ D EWIORESTS THE BSI I - 7- J -- f0 oto y Â¬ -- 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