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PftOTMSlCNAL R W nes3 that a man could bring hnnselr t V r meditation and com- Â¬ m by solemn d J JbLAOtl j Persons Mad oaVOne Subject and munion with his Maker to a condition tOtherwise Sound in which even on earth his plrysical wanlsTmight be forgone and theordi LA nary nourishment o mortal life be dis Â¬ JKh 6 - Starling onaSacrctlJourney toJerusalem ae ym mAKI7GMKKinr pensed with altogether This delusion commanded inaDram toStftrveHim- increased in his fancy until he an Â¬ tWOI arMOe te Weife nd djaiBlBr co self X Dumb 3Ian Speaks A nounced one morning at breakfast that so mm GcUatJcs lrtH reoeAra sroapt sUen Would Be Salclde and a Num u he was then taking his last meal for the g i-J a erical Crank space of fliefollowihg lifty two day s a Jtl uumber corresponding with the amount 4 tjaD-y i ji iriif f of weeks In a year At first his family There is somethingso singular about were utterly incredulous as to his inten Â¬ jR -- v f iT ij the developments tion bitt tliey soon found to sor- Â¬ I AW the strong tenacity oftnonomania and row that his purpose was their with which it clings to the mind that emotions of wonder fixed to be shaken or frustrated He de- Â¬ great arc excited by the mere contemplation of clared witji him in soberness that God MX STERLING ET appeared to a dream command Â¬ them arid to witness them is to bo ini- - ing him to abstain from all earthly food ur SAMUEL McKEE pressed with sensations of unmbced tfor the space above mentioned promis Â¬ v ing sustain astonishment Cases his LAW set down to a greater of this sort are withto heavenlyhim under and self denial manna declaring or lesser extent Xo HI W Jefferson street in our medical journals A case wc that when his probation expired ho should translated to recently noticed was of a peculiar na- Â¬ prophet boof old withoutglory like the MCUT1ZXX KIT the taste of s iB ill tie Ste Courts b ture The subject was a citizen of West- Â¬ death TThis revelation ho most potent Â¬ Vlgetla atteatjoa rireu to boslsess of all ern Sew York one of a family distin Â¬ ly believed and acted accordingly For loaAi in tke Halted States Courts 55S guished for intelligence some of which a few days he was able to attend to his 5 A POETERLACT but he grew have been identified among the first pro- Â¬ mechanical avocationsJl- feeble bj fasting and having taken A AT LAW jectors of those stupendousvworks of im- Â¬ nothing save water since entering upon provement that have made the State the fulfillment of Jiis resolution lie was JPXJJBU1C a marvel to the nations The gentle- - compelled to take to his bed There he JLSD man in question was something of a would give directions to his workmen F DEPOSITIONS disputant injjolemics though a layman touching their employments and con- Â¬ 1XAMNER Like Paul aCAthens though without a versed clieerftily arid rationally with all Â¬ The tithe of that great apostles unction or who approached him man usual circumstance of a gradually power he disputed daily hi the market wasting away his life bT volun- Â¬ -LAW with them that met him By d tary starvation soon became exten Â¬ AAV T ii t ffrees he ceased to obtrude his sively bruited through the place and the TAT AGENTS verbal disquisitions upon his neih monomaniac had consequently no lack fflie xaJatlf taxes paid for non rest bors and fell into a habit of walking rof visitors Growing daily weaker he pt- - Collections a specialty Eeal estate aTonfr the strfpfc jiiid a-n lnnl-- rf ytptlboen houssfor his friends and JgBt and olrt oh oohihiIseIoh TVIll prao wfiinrowtwa tlee in feyeantt 4Jolatg counties wisdom as if unutterable tilings were no onewho- - called went away without brewing in his mind At fast his mai- - the refreshment afforded by creature DBb E B GAUDNEEt auj began to be apparent He rose cpmforls nor strange to say without a full belief of liis sanity On the twen Â¬ e cry morning precisely with the sun slept in a room which faced the orient tieth day the deluded martyr became so and had his bed so disposed that he could feeble as to be scarcely capable of speak- Â¬ receive on his pillow the rirst ing He was implored to- abandon his resolve was made it Jals fierrloes to the people ot Wolfe an smile of the great luminary The foolish increasingand referenceand an ar-weakness vindnrfnlilriot rbinb lu iwnrcAvmi of to his tOCerfi ad jolalng- counties -- last came to light Ho had become a4 ginuent showing- the mental deception out lie per Â¬ on the subject of Mount under which he sultered monomaniac DR J3LKASH Zion and Jerusalem Uon all to whom sisted against all entreaty and would have perished in a few days had not a hf he earnestly to PHYSICtANt kHd SURGEON thesjokethattriedSavior was stillimpress plrysician advised that the water which fact the living 6 incarnate at Jerusalem tdmt he had he drank shdtlld be filtered through a 4 T 1 J V 1 HAZrii Gkeek Kr received direct intelligence frotu Him vessel containing a little rice and some and was about to vLsit the Iloiy City to grains of gum arabic This partially jr- jTeftrs kfs professional services to the eitt- obtain a personal interview Animated sustained him and the regimen un Â¬ aens ofAVolfe And adjoining counties OlSc with thii sublime hallucination he dis- - known to himself was continued t residenco on Broadway osed of a fine esate and eonveriyd Between forty and fifty days had now nearly all his chattels into cash He elapsed since he began his famishing had a family an amiable circle consist Â¬ practice He shrank not a jot from his HAZEL CEEH KY ing of several sons and daughters in Â¬ purpose although his ilesh had fallen telligent and accomplished The re Â¬ away his hanils become long and bony fITSICIAK SUSSBBN JLKD AGCGUCEEIR monstrances and even ridicule of the decked with shriveled blue veins and his cheeks hollow and haggard His eye H JTcnders nis professional services te tbe peo-- former and the bitter tears of the latter Oddly enough he stall retained its cheerfulness and he ple of Wolfe and adjoining counties Offic wore unavailing would never converse ordispute on the would ay in a faltering voice as he sur- Â¬ axxeeiaence on uazel Ureen Jielchts f subject of his mission after the eleventh veyed his attenuated limbs God has hour in the morning No Superstitions HOTELS Some computa- Â¬ done this3 in tion of Jewish time which he considered his cell with beads and cross vastly important led to this resolve wearing his Icnees in genuflexions and He was a magistrate but no considera-Â¬ lacerating his back with stripes was HAZEL GEEEN KY tion could induce him to attend to any ever more demented than this simple professional duties until after eleven mechanic in his lofty determination D 3 CODSE Y Proprietor previous to which his whimsical skill as Every word he utteredwhen he could be jPatronage is respectfully solicited Iron a quodlibetarian was exerted potently prevailed upon reluctantly to speak of KTerrbodVj more tJin to the chagrin of all his friends and to or nis conuuion was iuii oi nope public Pirstclass accommodations and the weariness of every one who fell in nimcu w determination and confidence He cared satisfaction guaranteed his way After the probation ended his very little about conversing on the sub- Â¬ TtJLtjaLArri 13s were sealed on that theme and he ject of the extraordinary abstinence did - HZEL UEEEN KY wits as me agreeable a person as the not seem to consider the presence of so 1 t t villiae could show 2o symptom Sf ti many friends as an unusual occurrence JOHN H PIERATT Proprietor disordered mind exhibited itself Ho and was evidently more fond of speak- Â¬ performed his duties as a citizen ing on an3 other theme than on that of husband and father with strict his singular delusion Seven days at iWTThe table is supplied irtth the aest is propriety In conversation he was lastoremained of his painful trial He the market and 4rai cJass accomraodEtioi mild and pleasing somewhat ready of becnine more buoyant in spirit as the will be furnished for man and beast- amJT wit and altogether to appearance as time of his appointment drew near to a sound in mind as any of his compeers close yet he seemed far less anxious MORGAN HOUSE Tlw sacred journey however was not about his exit from the world than with WEST LIBERTY KY-lost sight of Having positively deterÂ¬ respect to thej state in which he should mined on going Jo the Holy City he leave his temporal ailairs nen tour JAMES H COLE Propretr turned all his money into notes leaving days were left him he was reduced to a mere skeleton but his mind remained a sufficiency for his family and FafeMags jbI tbe trarelin publio is ra fair morning in May departed on one Jirm and his hallucination waxed I IJIA J011 ttte4 Table always suppled land of his heart accoutred with for the within him Ijmorant of the strong wffii tihe best ia the market Stable attached occult knnpr means by whiclfhe had been kept alive sack and cane staff and scrip ASHLAND HOUSE He reached New York in ill health he attributed everything to supernatural and held many interviews with clergy- Â¬ agencies At this time contrary to all KXAB POST OFFICE man but always before eleven oclock expectations he began to be melancholy s tEEQTGTOX KE3TTtXK a m on the subject of his mission There was an ebb to the high tide of Singular to relate he never seemed to hope with which his mighty effort had KiTESR EiMilLB SJLSS know or think of his intention after that hitherto been sustained No one could hour He could obsingular iR MSW ELL SONS Prtrrietora ject brought him not imagine what hadÂ¬ rightly accounthis for the when so depression of to the citv he spirits forgotten he would say when asked near the goal of his desires with the and must sleep before he could remem- Â¬ bright prospect of its speedy attain- Â¬ CAMPION KY ber In the meanwhile his family ment Three days now remained for were deploring his absence and the vil Â¬ the completion of our subjects fasting ALEX i ASBURY Prtorietor lage was without a judge of the law the ordeal when he became so infirm as to shoemaker of the place being the only lose his power of utterance Dread- Â¬ The table if supplied with tbe caoicest The monomaniac fully alarmed his friends determined to ends in the market and the chars are rea citizen on the bench engaged passage in a ship bound for avert his seemingly impending death by Special inducement ta Cnnercia aoaable BHtrout and was within a day or two stratagem ourista Gentle narcotics were of his embarkation when he received a mingled with the water he drank and Jletter from his wife imploring him to re- Â¬ forty eight hours of almost uninter- Â¬ turn and stating by the advice of a rupted slumber fell upon him On the JUT TEE OLD 2LIALS pnysiciati that she was desirous of ac morning of the last day he awoke oompau ing him to Jerusalem He was Preparations had been made by his oerjnyei at the proposal for he would family to inform him when his slumber cheerfully have taken his whole house- Â¬ was broken that he had survived his hold But a plan was forming time and also to place food by his bed- Â¬ OP UXBZTOKD COirs -under his own roof to break up side When told that he had slept his Sellable Indemsky period he was surprised and techy He WWcb lifi delusion and restore him to reason Cbeap iHsaraBt H reached home in better health than then asked for the food it was gven when he left it- - His wife warmly fa- Â¬ him sparingly but so weakened were and Fir v his digestive organs that the gastric vored bis enterprise and wondered u est is ihe ce eeejningly at her former opposition to juices refused their office and before eras his will Y In the meantime a systematic sunset on The fifty second day of his sttaok was made upon his malady suipidal fast he was a corpse the victim through his corporeal senses Lauda Â¬ of a wild and fatal monomania S G KCBXDGK AflT num wa regularly infused into hU The vagarie oi persons partially in K Uko tnia crojvold love lwBir f H- Uat as stones mystorj nerday to Ill tell you mm Novell Jieallee Xw h I lova 3 oul lore yon my darling I love you I love you mottrue Mi KiMt tke lcter elerea betsr witk- And tliis ia my story so old love ei iffij klsd THE HERALD Anci this le my story eo neK A tiBTtlra swinge in the branches Kmhi III fond little heart la aglow -j ki atrsrtieers ec Teach aore people toy MreniftQmoat in its iAnsKafi liiis bv tsr Hia yellow breast swells with its song tide Jlos telling thb story you know I iove yon I love yon my darling rloviyou Hove you most true And this is my story so old love And this is ray storv so new Wa aakbund in imnd but this morning a i qMC u ewcus UCBU was oenc line a uower And5you whispered tome tlicaame story rJMKzea JTar richer than gold a a dower Jff I leve xou I love you myldurtlng I Jove you I love you moat true Q 4WciiytfCK via teeeeiereftvpoa T Andthis is theatorj80old3ove UOHWMKIBMVN T DG TJSVVCT And bis is the ston so nelri e reoeirei for lest V k WeUwedit tbelilrk Jn tbeaprin Utue -M triiMi iTTa-tiTrr- AVhcnfairarothe blosom of ifav per inok Arst luertienW And tellithejsaraeiit ry togethe A That wo bavebeen telling to dayr loveyou love ljl love you I I foveyou my Harling you most true ISKP5rWr--rt----rr--------54- fl Tor this iSifce story gooWIove ttie tory jtnd tniaAIs Kidder in sojiewLdgn MM ob laxrer drsrtteftat ssaa MrsiM Y lacwB opBikstla vv tk cant4e t ffiCitrcbOPERt I -- lft4 1 - - i- - Mmfitie seized and possessed Another instance was that of a recent occurrence4h an interior town of Penn jsylvania A respectable citizen by trade a cooper residing in one of those picturesque and beautiful suburbs of Philadelphia after a course of deep re- flection on metaphysical subjects was found at last to bo affected during his slumbers with a kind of tremor in Â¬ dicating au unhealthy action of the mindly Brday however he was appar -- through the entire forenoon This practice was cautiously but persever mly continued until the wild train of Oriental imaginations was broken up in his brain and he became again sound in intellect minijlmgwith his fellows as before clothed aiul in his right mind He is yet living and ianglis as heartilv as any one am at the delusion of which he once to use a legal phrase stood ently wellconversed rationally and at tendedto -- fe -- ttJrbililEVFAT MBf t- - i - -- hi ffe i too--deepl- y ATTORNEY AT I - ATTORNEY KOTABY ATTORNEYS AT A -- - y - -- - - ii - J - - TJ3 TATJXBEE M D are utterly incomprehensible Their malady without doubt ia akin to that which afflicts the hypochondriac H indeed it be not identical with it To understand the ltter disorder a slight analysis of its properties or character- Â¬ istics is necessary The hypochondtes is considered one of the most notable of thi inward or drganical departments of the human system It contains on the right the liver and on the left the spleen from which the hypochondriacal malady is derived The upper and lower parts of this region are called from the custom of the Arabians epi- Â¬ gastrium and hypogastrium Near this department of the body the lungs the organs of the voice the source of breath the town clock of the body as Melancthou calls them perform their office Thus the animal spirits wlien depressed find vent in heavy sighs and perturbation of the heart The instance is known of a mono Â¬ maniac who under the care of the elder Rush fancied himself a painter and resolutely refused for a long space of time though possessing line organs of speech to utter a word The doctor one day entered his apartment and found him scotching on a slip of paper a beautiful rose for lie had by lon practice acquired much skill in the pictorial art and was proud of the accomplishment A thought struck the lamented physician that he could surprise him into voice by dispraising his labors and he resolved You are painting a verv hand Â¬ to try some cabbage there 1113 friend he ob Â¬ served to the monomania Cabbage My old gentleman does that look like a Fool thats a roe and a eabbag good one too Ere ionsr the patient was well His train of silent thought was broken he abandoned his colors and was restored to his home Another gentleman went to the same institution in the full belief that he had been ordained by Divine Providence to end his days in that asylum by suicide He chose his apartment and sent for Di Rush to come to him with all speed When he arrived he desired to know whether one kind of death would not be preferable to another and which was the easiest alleging his intention to depart He was in this life as soon as possible no trouble had been somewhat too studious but was easy in his circum- Â¬ stances and his position in a social point His of view was sufficiently- happy physician remonstrated with him against self destruction and desirous of humor- Â¬ ing his delusion offered himself to cause his death He suggested bleeding as the easiest and least painful mode of effecting the objeet Placing the patient in a warm bath thorefore he opened a vein It is well known that the mere puncture of such an artery will not cause death since blood enough will notllow The maniac surveyed the rush of the vital current from his arm with evident satisfaction but as the stream decreased his delusion seemed to He attempted to diminish with it speak but could not and sank gradual Â¬ ly into syncope The next week he was consigned to his family sane and well Another example of monomania is furnished in the person of a wealthy Cuban who ha 3 been passing the sum- Â¬ mer in New York He seems to have gone mad on the subject of figures fcr on every topic not incumbered with nu- Â¬ merals he speaks with an ease and gen Â¬ tlemanly propriety which would aston Â¬ ish every one But speak respecting time or space or numbers and his intel- Â¬ lect is off in a tangent among squares and cjcles planets billions trillions sextants and terms negative po itive and mean He has wasted a for time in printing wild incomprehensible hand- Â¬ bills in support of his system and is still journeying over the country boring the people with his harmless theories Brooklyn Eagle - PITH AND POINT keeping memory green vune iV Memorial windows should be made of green glass This suggests a way of 0 - Pica Poet I send you my poem but perhaps mistook in not writing a re Â¬ train to it Editorr No matter1 we IV do the refraining for vou Ottar of roses is now selling atSllQ a iiound aad a great deal of suffering among poor people is expected this win Â¬ Boston Transcript ter in consequence Nothing makes a miser feel his condition so much as to ravel a little and thus discover that there is much of the earth he can neyci hope to possess Ghicago Heralds Boarding house landladies arc as much afraid of strangers who do not nay in advance as the average woraan- is of a gun They are so liable to go on without a moments warning It is said that a man who eats onions always keep a secret This is par thy due to the fact that the man who eats onions is rarely allowed to got within whispering distance of his fellow Chicago Mail A man sued auother for a note Two iaw3ers on each side were engaged a score of witnesses were summoned a jnr3 empaneled and several hundred citizens crowded the court room as the parties were conspicuous citizens The court opened and the note was pro- Â¬ duced A close examination showed it not to be due under eight months Court adjourned Boston Budget Father - ho asked in his childish way suppose you owned a silver mine wa3 out m Nevada arid von was afraid it would spoil in hot weather Spoil How Well I dontknow how but the bo3s all sa3 you had to use salt to carry it through and I was goinij to ask 1 Thats enough sir Its al Â¬ ready four minutes bev ond 3our usual bedtime You can go to bed and let the Watt Street News bo3rs sa3 on My dear said an old man on his daughters wedding morning a new and untried life is before jou You are putting away forever th light and care- less existence of girlhood and taking up- Â¬ on 3ourself the serious responsibilities Do jou feel that ou will of the wife approach the matrimonial altarto riight impressed with a full knowledge of the solemn vows you there will take and Of course papa liow absurdly you talk replied the 3oung woman But we are to have a rehearsal this morning at ten and I must not keep them yait Chicago Trib- Â¬ ing Good bve papa une Then and Now When you are yoimt how well you nos 5 A little monev makes irrat show- Juat fifty cents will canaa you bliss Tis then a dollar looks like thhi men retained for this spiart3lciit great exÂ¬ pense are here reproduced foe tha baaaflc or our readers FILLING A LONG FELT WANT It is with pleasure that we praeeat this The Fatheri Delight or Olraans Com Â¬ morningto the many readers ot tbs Repub Â¬ bination Sofa Clock and Spiral Bean lican some account of a moat agreeaMe Bonncer visit recently made to the exfeMMfcre awl The threo accompanying illustrations fertile tarm of Farmer ToprMecwich to fully and fairly depict the operation of this situated on the banks ef tlae overflowiss Creek ia Taraxacaa Willow Wallow happy Invention which Is destined soon to Township The owner of tais gnMonapot find a useful pface in every well regulated of nature whose portrait we give below household Speaking of this ingenious de- Â¬ stands out at the summit of his prof eselea vice the Pittsburgh Bulletin says it can be as will be observed by his itelaa ia ad mitted by all of his acqeaiataaoas fiw Bfalon Courier SHE V Yes the violin I played long before you came to woo Butfl ceased when we were wed Iorthe practice mother said Youd taboo She was wrong my own my beat Yon have bought a violin Tor your wife she is blest How I pray you get a rcat Tor rhy chin HE Ask not that love entreat For I listen and rejolco When you speak tis joy complete For like musx low and sweet Is your voice When Loves sun is in the west And to quarrel we begin - When your tongue becomes a pest -aneni your to na a rfcJC i n try cam or 1 ly The great success oi tha asetrspoitaa T ri J journals In the new depftrtare of liastrat Ing their columns by tlw deIneatM prominent men and santters with a 6leIHar to both art and nature never before c bined has so stimulated eae of tbe Rejpto lican staff that he Is sawUhgto have tfeat publication any longer classed wltk tie nori progresslve and ofcM egy aewpapors that cling to the okt ways He hm ac- Â¬ news cordingly when 00 his romid fssearck eC equipped hlaself with seteft book and as occasion offered has fcked up some little things which after careful exe eution in the hands of an expert ewraver i A T- - u Tta MMr J i las f 1 3 PREPARING THE BOUSCER r vnuk fc - T ssr set to any hour from 730 p m to 1 a m and is euaranteed to do the work of two bull dogs a shot gun and a pair of double soled boots Before use the sofa should be properly aimed and the window nearest the loaded end be left- wide ODen This will save repairs to the window frame - 3A3f whose fondest ambitloa Is toiwraAtraIcbi furrow and to retain tbe pcood poailies he has gained upon the JL SQUABB ifc m - sash etc A Pertinent Uxcuse Said Judse Noonan of San Antonio to a convicted malefactor It has been proven that you burglarized a house stole a ham and forged another mans name to a note May be so You have also been sailing underthe false names of Smith ilcMulIen Goodrich and Perkins while you were committing your crime cWelI Judge you didnt expect me to allow my own honest name to be mentioned in connection with such villainies and Texas Slft dragged through the mire rrr n i mtfm The neat appearance ot hi fafi w84r ing quickly attracts the ay a ao4it is at once apparent to tag aoat casaal observer that the hand of an artiit aloaahM apÂ¬ plied he whitewash to t s 1M ings IT -sfff j k - I life I M But when youre old and bills comedue And creditors are dunning you j And every cent you sniud you miss Tis then a dollar looks like thls Chicago Tribune --0 v THE 3ABKB l - BABY A Year Old COULD TALK ALL UNCONSCIOUS OF Conversationalist Whose Flow of Language is Simply 3Iarvelou3f Man3 infants talk at a surprisingly TIME KATID FLIGHT DAYHOTJSE bouse - -- a nf CAMFTON HOUSE inur Your Property Conray i ftnlx nma 11Ih JTkiKTrIid - sarsx 2i Tstd- Instances have been known of babies 3ret in their swaddling clothes who could discourse on all manner of topics To be sure the drift of their remarks had to be interpreted by a fond mother but no one would daro to say that baby didnt talk I myself heard a year old child say a one freat man3r things friendday recently COLTS IN WINTER whose bab calling on a was just a 3ear old How They Mioulrt Be Fed Cured For and Can ho talk any 3et I asked Trained Talk exclaimed the fond mother It is necessary in order to have a colt with an injured look I should think grow into a well developed horse that so ne can just sa3r everything Cant special pains should be taken to have you ducksy daddlc Boo boa bee yee ja screeched him kept thriving during his first winter baby growing black m the face with the If foaled late in the season he should effort have an extra ration in case the mares Hear him cried the fond mother milk is not sufficient to keep him in He said I guess I can talk The information surprised me a little Skimmed milk will answer wood llesh but I discreetby held nry peace for this and a little oat meal or cotton- Â¬ tell the gentleman jour Now seed meal should be mixed with it the name says bab3s mamma coaxiiigly amount to be given depending on the Boo hbo da da boo From a pint age and sizu of the coll Charles Edgar Jones just as plain to a quart of meal will be sufficient for a as anything could say it 3ou little colt six months old according to his sweet crie3 the triumphant mother size colts of the heavy draft breeds M3 surprise increased of those requiring more than Now tell mamma who 3011 like best too Oats may in all the world smaller frame be provided for colto from one Boo baa bee da da the day per to four quarts How cunning Da I exclaim amount depending as in the case of the da means papa dont it meal on the size and development of Didnt you hear the Merc3 no One or two quarts of bran little blessing say as plain as could be the colt per day will be found a good additional that he liked the gentleman best He ration which will maintain a healthy means youV condition of the bowels and keen them I am flattered of course and amazed free from worms The colt should have at my own stupidity I thought I was clean comfortable quarters with a dry familiar with the Kings English but yard in which to exercise and when it the English of this little King is new to can be so arranged the stable should me open into the yard so tiie colt may pass Now say Sing a song o sixpence out and in at will except in stormy or for the gentleman very cold weather when the door should Yee 3ee boo boo baa splutters bo kept closed During the winter is a baby favorable time to handle the colt teachNo no deary sa3s mamma re- Â¬ ing him to lead quietly if he has not al- Â¬ provingly thats Little Bo Peep ready learned this and by occasionally Now say the other placing harness on him accustom him Boo boo bee ya yaV to wearing it Naliorial Live Stock Thats it Thats it you blessed old Journal pretty 003 I kncio 3011 could say it And to think the gentfeman asked if you could talk any 3et I guess he wont Sample of Texas Childhood ask it again I guess too that I wont Either that Little Mamie aged ten had just re- bab3 or I can not speak the Euglish turned from a childrens party language in its purit3 and I am averse Did you dance with Tommy Fizzle to disphijing m3 possible ignorance Toledo Blade asked her mother top No I didnt He asked me a dozen A committee of eminent physicians times to dance with him but I refused has been appointed b3T the International him I just let him suffer Medical Congress which lately met in Copenhagen to inquire into the causes You refused to dance with him of cancer and to investigate particular- Â¬ Why did you act so impolitely -Â¬ Â¬ early age of hfe well filled is howavee le the live stock departraeat thathe sMaes pre eminent and as we wandered at wUl attosg bis sleek coated Jerseys and wellHgreoKea horses we sighed forth the aspiration tkat 6houd It be our lot at the close of this exÂ¬ istence to assume animal shape we desired nothing better than to be aasisraed to sscJi quarters as those occupied by a fiae Â¬ baralr TZir T Xot Afraid of Cntchinz It Old SnagKS the other day was stricken down by small pox When it became known a man appeared at his residence I understand Mr Snaggs wants a nurse he said and I called to apply for t he position Do jou know what ails him said Mrs Snaggs He has the small pox hasnt he Yes Have yon ever had it Indeed Then how Is It you are not afraid of the disease Its contagious you know Yes I know it is But I never caught anything In my life Up to last week I wa3 a member of the Cincinnati police force Saht the Scaramouch A Billings Reminiscence K W Hanscom of this city says that he happened to be in Skowhegan in 1859 - Never CHESTER WEiTE HO A a J which was industriously engaged Jn atow Ing away a quantity of Farmer Topridert prime corn After spending soaie hoars vary pleasant ly Inspecting the farm and Its accessories during which we sought for ialoraiatka I i and did not hesitate to apply when the late Joah BHiings lectured there UL ZS--w- a n ii f THE PUX to Farmer Toprlder who most kindly ie sponded to our interrogatories we were InÂ¬ vited to the house and feasted npn souie of Mrs Ts noted bsadlworic la the shape of an elegant fl H Ml ftf - - Xa Jm This closes an interview which will al-ways be connected with pleasant aaecioriesr jnanyk In the future and lead we trait1 more occasions of the saae character Wcstcliester Pa Repuldieem A GENTLE HINT THAT IT IS TIME TO GO APPLE PIE African Manually self very strongly In regard to the honesty of Sam Jobnsing You seem to have a prejudice against him remarked Colonel Yerger Cats whar you am mistaken but I cant spress how much I hates him You seem to hate hbu like poison Wusaer den dafc I hates hisoduuL when he dies 1se gwinter tend his Texas Slf tings obseqn--oasburl- Jim Webster was beard te express him Â¬ The morning after the lecture was rainy and mud was ankle deep in the streets Josh glanced dubiously out of doors and Have you any rub- Â¬ then asked Hanscom said Hanscom you what VU do said Josh or shall Ill flip a cent to see whether you anilI wade take the other on his shoulders across the street from the hotel to the shoe store and buy a pair for both Hanscom agreed The cent was toed and he won Josh took him pig back through the mud to the shoe store and bought rubbers for both Lewlslon Me bers No Til tell 3tlad Old man PesBvbonker ha leai Bit arried Journal Because I had 1113 reasons I dont know what the little fellow means I wonder if he thinks I am go ing to compromise m3self If Le thinks Im anxious to encumber nvysolf with hc cares and responsibilities of matri mon3 he is very much mistaken Texas Siftmas six-3ear-o- ld ly the supposed association between the disease and the use of certain foods the influence of worry and a de- Â¬ pressed state of the health in produe ng the malady and the extent to tvhich it is hereditary A report is to bo made at the Washington meeting of the congress in 1887 A Favorable Symptom Jntlge Peterbys wife almost talks him to death asked a How Is your wife coming on I friend Wdi yoa see yer predfeftaftllMsj Splendid she has caught such a fear xsaww Siftmg to pass The Judyet ful cold she cant talk t again You dont tell me so Yes and he has married a right yeuns girl forty years yoattgar thaa be Well Idpclare His ether wife oly died six months ago aad he wet m expected that he wosJd tlw grave that lose his mind Vl rJ9X 72SkhE iajisN mm- - SSs BE you are nofra Subscriber to this paper you are earnestly solicited to send 100 and take Ttf it a year Yos cast xsrs iiMAiasjALirriir BSTZLOmZT OF Eiilll Bjmwpult -- Sue 1 received two copies of the picked men of the State assemble at The Arkansaw Blue Grass Blade recently started at Frankfort that they ignore wire pulling TasBTAUsjc POSITIVELY CURED and intriguing to think about such dry MiiHt Lexingtoa Ky by Mr G C Moore It subjects as taxes thejmblicdebt and de- Â¬ Thousands of case of sick and ti bright and keen catting blade that veloping the Staters resources But if headache are cured eTery Year by th nerroui The mostrefined and most popular of all the uie of isscsl Gasea Ptsfee t ia humoroos journals we hops ft see more of and we extend the members were- - allowed two sessions Turners Trbatment krs Gen Augus- Â¬ tea4 cls8 auS metier tus Williams of Parsons Kas who was ap- Â¬ Eight Assembly Forty it our best wishes for long life and pros- - for each General hardship to they might pointed by the governor and State of Kan Â¬ Of the choicest Original Eight Columns Â¬ and Selected matdevote one sas ladr commiscioner to the Worlds Fair not consider it a ter every week gRENOER COOPER Editor of these to the consideration of practical at 2evr Orleans says Â¬ TtjexerS Treat affairs ment completely cured me and I think it PRICE 200 A YEAR POSTAGE PAID The bill to increase the pensions of TO ANY ADDERS has no equal for curing all symptoms arising HAZEL CREEN KY STATE NEWS widows which has already passed the from a disordered stomach or from nervous special offer debility For female complaint there is FEB 10 1836 House and is now pending in the Senate WEDNESDAY The Commission- Â¬ nothing like it South Kentuckian By special arrangement with the publish Â¬ will add to the annual expenditure 6 ers of the Eddyville penitentiary report ers of this paper The Arkansaw Teav 166992 klek will be clubbed with The Haze tney have spent SSlOUOof theSldO Young or old vou that Democratic Ticket are suffering from gen- Greek Herald for 250 thus offering an 000 appropriated and that the balance eral debility ifthe system Election First Monday ia Angust 1S86 headache back- Â¬ to secure Look Hire Read this please We I is not m the State Treasury The walls ache paiu in of or both sides general lassi Â¬ opportunitythe price ofboth papers foralittle Tor Circuit Judge 13th District one more than one This is rars have carried slow customers until we are enclosing 10 i acres are nearly done and tude bearing down pains in the abdomen offer Take advantage of it at once Sam- Â¬ JOHN E COOPER loaded down and it is impossible to con- Â¬ they think the work can be finished in dashes of heat palpitation of the heart ple copies of The Areansaw Teavelxx JFor Common wealths Attorney tinue to credit those whose notes and ac-Â¬ 18 months if they can get money to push sraotheringin the breast fainting sensations will be mailed on application DAY Col L X We also furnish the two large and counts are past due We must have pay it with They ask an additional appro- Â¬ rerrous debility coughing neuralgia wake- Â¬ fulness loss ot power memory and appetite splendid Colored Engravings THE Ak from you and will take live stock at its priation of 125000 The branch prison or weakness of a private nature Vt e will Ccwtv Judge G B SWA2H50 xansaw Traveler and The Turai oy C LYKINS Attorner-J- Ceuty ralue on notes and accounts Do not will accommodate 420 convicts with gaarantee to cure you with from 1 to 3 pack- Â¬ Â¬ Tune which together Ceaaty Court Clerk DAVID HOGG call for credit even if you are good if plenty of room to add more cells if need- Â¬ ages of the treatment As a uterine tonic the story of the Arkansaw with the origi nal Traveler as G T CENTER Sheriff tou are owing us and have not settled ed 114 convicts and 30 skilled artisans it has no equal told by Col Sandy Faulkner will be mail Â¬ Circalt Coart Clerk W-- T ELTONS We mean what we say J T A F Day are now at work on the walla which lack ed to any address on receipt of 40 CENTS W G W CRUEY Assessor postage stamps taken These pictures are only 75 yards of being completed Jailer GEO W DRAKE Whether caused from overwork of the brain NOT given as premiums but are mailed THE CONVICT PROBLEM BURNS KASH Sarrcror H The distillery of John B Thompson or imprudence is speedily cured by Turn Â¬ post paid onlv on receipt of puce AdÂ¬ Coroaer FIELDEN COX at Harrodsburg was destroyed January ers Treatment In hundreds of cases dress READ BENHAM Publishers Shad They Be Worked on the State 27th by the explosion of one of the boil- Â¬ one box has effected a complete cure It is Coanty School Supt JOHN 1L HOSE Little Rock Ark Roads and Public Works E ers The loss was about three thousand a cpecial specific and sure cure for young or Courier Journal who are Breathitt ABBonacements A fireman Alex Tasco was middle aged men and womenexhaustedsuffer- Â¬ The present situation of affairs in the dollars ing from nervous debility or vital Â¬ We are authorized to announce B M in- Â¬ killed and John Gallagher was badly ity causing dimness of sight aversion to so- Â¬ office of Survey- Â¬ convict labor problem demands immedi- Â¬ COKBS a candidate for the jured ciety want of ambition kc For or of Breathitt county subject to the action ate consideration Justice has impound Â¬ Courier Journal Harsh words butter ed a certain part of the felons of the ef the Democratic party IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS 0 State and though the captures of the no parsnips nor will they feed clothe or Strengthening the nerves and restoring vital con- Â¬ put to work the 1100 convicts who are law are very incomplete even the lower this discovery has never been equaled The Stkte Toad from ift Sterling to tingent safely assigned to aalutary work liable to be dumped into the hands of adies and gentlemen will find TURNERS The Legisla- Â¬ TREATMENT pleasant to take sure and the the Virginia Jine is susceptible of being of expiation the Commonwealth is be Â¬ tureState about March 1 suggestion might profit by this permanent in its action Each package con Â¬ traying if not openly confessing its utter coprerted into a pike at nominal ex The incompetency to manage either with a There is a strong probability that Judge tains over one mouths treatment An abundance of raw material due observance of the claims of common Beckner of Winchester may get the Treatmemt with some late discoveries and ponir over 30 of allTdnds can be had along its entire humanity or with a proper regard to the position of Commissioner of Education additions has been used forin privateyears by Dr Turner ia St Louis and length for the asking and now that there social and politcal interests of the State The President has his name on the list hospital practice the convicts Price Turners Treatment tee pack- Â¬ AND desfroepect of the Foard Mason Co con Â¬ It is a situation as regards balancing be- Â¬ for consideration at any rate age 1 three packages 2 sent prepaid on in which the chances are annulled and the convicts tween the extremes of cruelty and indul- Â¬ The State Senate passed a bill permit receipt of price Thousands of cases of dis tract being ing the defendant to tkrown upon the State would it not be gence and which might react most un Â¬ prosecutions but he testify in criminal eases mentioned above have been cured must get in his with one package and knowing as we do iypaJIforthe Legislature to enact a bill favorably upon the alruady slack and un- Â¬ work before calling his witness its wonderful curative effects the Treat- Â¬ The road traverses certain administration of justice It has jthat end lacking to The floor of the House is safe sound ment having been used in private practice become a serious punishment to the good give the richest mineral and timber section people of the State to sentence a felon to and secure There has been a suspicion for over 30 years in St Louis we will each TJHXOX STE3ST1 T2IBD BAGS the following written guarantee With all the time that it was not the floor that order for 3 boxes accompanied by 2 we ia the State of Kentucky or in the imprisonment for his crimes will send our written guarantee to refund If it should so happen that the exist Â¬ was affected United States for that matter and if it the money if the Treatment does not effect A were macadamized roadway the benefits ing convict contracts should be forfeited passedLouisville Christain church has a cure Send money by postal note or at a resolution refusing to take any and canceled or even if the question of ascrnlng to Eastern Kentucky in the de concellation should become a matter of members who make or vend alcoholic our risk Address E L Blake Co Sixth THE JOHN SKiLLITO COMPANY and Markot Streets St Louis Mo nlopment of her resources would be in adjudication it would seem that the the- Â¬ liquor etiaaable while the pecuniary benefits ory of such contracts must be abandoned Wholesale and Retail Dealers in arkiag from a turnpike thus made would or at least for the present suspended allBreens Liniment removes knots and enlargements on horses or other stock neccessary IT be the best investment our State govern Â¬ It would athen become prison or toeither No cure no pay Sold by to build new State find ment could possibly make Many of the fields of employment for the felon colony J T F Day Hazel Green D D Landsaw Stillwater States of the Union own and oper- Â¬ Immediate provision must be made of other Cassidy Robinson Campton course for the security and maintenance ate their turnpike roads and the system of the prisoners and such provisons j feaad to be a good one Only recentÂ¬ should be calculated on a rather liberal BOONEV1LLE GENERAL NEWS a considerable effort was made with a provision of future necessities but in ly OWSLEY COUNTY - KENTUCKY new to the adoption of State ownership the meanwhile the law makers of the Judge Parker has passed sentence of Race Seventh George Streets of turnpikes in this State and in face State should be considering what ir no- Â¬ death upon seven prisoners in the United States court Little Rock Ark of this fact it appears to us that the best vations or reforms the convict labor sys- Â¬ They were convictedat of murders com- Â¬ tem required A O course our Legislature could now pursue The guessing elements of this problem mitted in the Indian Territory over would be to assume control of the State are included in two categories first the which his court has jurisdiction They W SHIVELY Postofnce Campbellsville Ky road above mentioned and order it ma interest of the State and second the in- Â¬ are as follows Meredith Crowe a white A SANDERS Principal would be convincing terest of the convicts as regards their man convicted of killing Cub Courtney damized It comforts their productive labor and their another white man J T Massom an WITK for or against the States owner- Â¬ reformation These are among the de- Â¬ Indian convicted of killing a white man proof named Henry Martian Kobt Wolf a Miss Nannie Fisher graduate 18S1 ship of the roadways and we sincerely mands of public policy and humanity seems to be-- an indisputable proposi- Â¬ negro convicted of killing Frank Stock result not only in the It believe would Ainbacti Gs 1883 Allie Sanders speedy development of this section of tion that the labor of able bodied male bridge a white man Joe Jackson a convicts should be employed 1 on open negro convicted of killing his wife 1884 Birdie Sanders our beloved country but to the interest air work of a rude sort in which disci- Â¬ Luce Hammond Hulbah Muckel and of the State We advocated a similar pline and drill are most effective and 2 one Wiley Indians convicted of killing Friday Me of the convicts last fall but under that the labor of all should be so applied a white man named Owens TEACHERS CAN ENTER AT ANY 17 and 19 Hopkint Place Mason Co that it will conflict as little as possible April 23 i3 the day set for their execu- Â¬ the contract with the Foard TIME with the labor of artisans and mechanics tion tie plan was not feasible because the We come this far without misgivings Burt Coalman a cowboy convict ser- Â¬ BALTIMORE MD convicts were not available Now that or conjectures but how and where the ving a sentence of three years at Joliet fheymay be returned to the State it is convict labor can best be employed under 111 prison from Wyoming was released Third Term commences Jan 27 1886 Â¬ again our plan and we think good one these conditions are questions more diff- Jan 30th having served his term When and the Fourth Term commencea April 6th icult to answer It may be in order to Coalman was discharged the clerk hand- Â¬ 18SG We copy from the Courier Journal an suggest certain germs of thought in this ed him package a of bills amounting to article of the same tendency which is connection which may be compared and nearly 1100 and informed him that Teachers Terms Third and Fourih boon ever bestowed upon man Is perfect Tuitiox 1000 per Term health and the true vf ay to Insure health outgrowth of the present muddle in considered in all their relations and bear- Â¬ 1000 of the money had been sent to the ings as possible sources of better sug-Â¬ him as a Christmas present by one of the la to purify your blood with AVers Sarsa aWRirE for Catalogue tree the Legislature but we wish to inform gestions parilla Mrs Eliza A Clough 34 Arling- Â¬ cattle kings of Wyoming The that great paper and all interested that The able bodied male convicts of the Every was nearly paralyzed with astonish Â¬ ton at Lowell Mass writes The TfkTvz Green Herald was the State might all be employed with great ment with his good fortune and left the and spring my family Including winter first journal in the State to advocate this advantage to the States present and fu prison doors with a light heart myself use several bottles of Ayes Sar aparilla Experience has convinced mt plan of utilizing the convicts If the C ture interests and with relatively excel- Â¬ Mrs Bayard wife of the Secretary of lent results to their own welfare 1 by State died at Washington City on the that as a powerful J Is a great big rooster we want him to putting the whole number properly di- Â¬ 31 ult of congestion of the brain super-Â¬ understand that the mountain bantam vided up at work upon the construction induced by the shock of her daughters t3 of turnpikes and bridges in all parts of sudden death two weeks previous crowed first Eh the State or 2 in constructing the road- Â¬ Kasper Auch whose will was recently exoellenco which a standard We have taken some pains to ascertain beds of three or four distinct railroads in probated at New Orleans left 272000 flaa attained superior of admits of no purifier It is yery much superior to any to the heart of the coal and iron resources It contains every Improvement that to the Presbyterian churches of that genius wirjii end money can produce Inventive other preparation of Sarsaparilla the views of the people about here in re- of the State All city persons of scrofulous or consumptive ten- Â¬ oppositon to gard to Senator Taulbees The latter branch of enterprise is be- Â¬ dencies and especially delicate children Benj R Hitchcock who died at New proposed charter of the Charleston ing shunned by private capital and the ihe are sure to be greatly benefited by Its Conn on Jan 31 was said to be Kentucky and Western railroad and former is even where and always abhor- Â¬ Haven OTJB EVEBY use J W Starr Laconla Iowa writes Â¬ oldest printer in the United States red by the class of labor upon which un- the find that they nearly all endorse his ac- Â¬ der the present system For years I was troubled with Scrofu- Â¬ it is neceaaarly tion Had the proposition been sub- Â¬ imposed lous complaints I tried several different The construction of well Breens Linimenntis certainly the best preparations which did me little If any mitted in a different shape i e a specified graded firm and well aligned wagon conbination of remedies for cornsneural roads is a necessity in every part of the giapains in the back aud side otcever good Two bottles of Ayers Sarsapa sum been named for each county to sub- Â¬ State which ranks with produced rilla effected a complete cure It is my scribe we believe the feeling towards the railroad or riverin importance and ranks second opinion thai this medicine is the best J T F Day nazel Green our Seaators and Representatives would indeed in importance to country people blood D D Lands aw Stillwater YEABS have keen like that expressed by our only to the land itself and the labor with Cassidy Robinson Campton EXCEL able cotsmporaries the Licking Valley which they produce their crops Good roads mean P ROGERS Scorcher and the Sentinel Democrat dirt track as cheap transportation on a well as a steel track but WITH These Organs are celebrated for volume C E Upton Nashua N Hf The people however are opposed to sub Â¬ nothing is more common in rural ex- Â¬ of the day quality of tone quick response artistic design writes For a number of years I making beauty in finish perfect construction mitting a railroad tax unless they know perience than that the country road in a thorn the most desirable orjans for homes was troubled with a humor in my eyes iow much they are to be taxed More- Â¬ season of bad weather becomes unavail- Â¬ Bchools churches lodges societies etc CO SHIPLEY DOISY and unable to obtain relief until I com- Â¬ able for heavy transportation while over Hon D S Godsey informs us that even in fine weather ESTAEUS11EX BEPUTATIO menced using Ayers Sarsaparilla I have load- Â¬ it means light CSEQUAZiED FAC1XITIES a great many exclusive privileges were ing costly transportation and a needless taken several bottles am greatly bene Â¬ SSOJUBD WOEK3XE3T asked for such as control of mines manu Â¬ waste of time It has been remarked fited and believe it to be the best of blood BEST 2f ATERZAX purifiers R Harris Creel City Ramsey factures c which of itself should have that there is no civilized country in the MAKE TXH3 COMBINED world which is so poor in the country Co Dakota writes I have been an defeated the bill Mr Spalding while highways as the United States though it sufferer with Dyspepsia for tha Intense oa fhis country did not enlighten us up- Â¬ is the best equipped of all nations in past three years Six months ago I begaa Cor 4th and Elm Streets on the subject as he did our brethren railways and it may be asserted quite to use Instruction Books and Piano Stools above mentioned nor have we seen the safely that there is no State in the taogues and Prico Lists on application least none north of the cot-Â¬ CINCINNATI bill What we know of it is gathered Union atwith as OHIO ton belt inferior a turnpike or CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGAN CO Xroaa others who profess to know and wagon road svstem as Kentucky we aiay therefore be where Moses was The mineral wealth of Kentucky is Randolph and Ann SU CHICAQ0 lL probably not surpassed elsewhere on the when the light went out We should Continent It has effected an entire cure and I ant like to see the bill published and then up within but it is so securely lockedÂ¬ mountain fastnesses that prinow as well as ever get an expression of the people upon it vate capital has been largely intimida- Â¬ President of tha Great Sold by all Druggists ted from attempting to develop it while A Frankfort special of the 4th inst far less valuable deposits elsewhere ei- Â¬ IS WARRANTED to cure Fever and Price 1 Six bottle 95 LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURKaL CO says It is now pretty well decided ther because located in more enterpris- Â¬ Ague Intermittent or Chill Fever Re Prepared by Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell mittent Fever Dumb Ague Bilious Fever Y1U Wbat He Enswo f TJ S A that South will resign his position as ing States or else more accessibleto phvsi- - Uensue or Break bone Fever Liver cally have successfully offered capi- Â¬ Complaint and all diseases trlsing from con- Â¬ Warden of the penitentiary on the tal superior immediate inducements It Malarial poisons dition the Legislature allow him his is a proper subject of consideration how Harpers S C July 9 I8S4 This matter is halting enterprise can be best invited in- Â¬ back pay of 3200 For eighteen months suf to motion in this direction and also wholly in the hands of his friends and whether the present great white elephant Chills and DEALERS IS lie will be guided by them Judge Lind Â¬ now on our hands at Frankfort might tred with having Chills every other day said on good au not be utilized to advantage and profit say his attorney it is Omcx er th Conus JozA LceamLix After trying various remedies ha advised him to give up the a3 an adjunct of cheap power to begin recommended to cure used a Dr Wititrtmiik tborkr I wiht a rclc I bare oMrr4 fos position South feels that he is too the developments in sight bottle of dyers Ague Cure and mbt Sir the Yla of your ramtdj prompt jsmch hampered to make his management iar rPIIi yor rquxt what I kaw Breens Liniment is pronounced by all have never since had a chill The prim uiurtien of iu ef your CaiH Car tod th rulu f elect I FDWIJf EARPER Cccr I had oaUrR roodUerdith whiu for mora I the prison a success although he is who have used it to be the greatest rem- Â¬ W kid obitryed edy for rheumatism sprains cuts bruises lully confident of his ability to do so PREPARED BT tku fifu yaxs has bcea forraa of ssy office W His friends with etc Sold by ware lie let alone Co Lowell Ham Dr J C Ayer hare beta entirely aatkfactory The fintcaM vu J T F Day Hazel Green ia which I betters etery of two yean sUndiaff whom I have talked say this is the Id by all DrujsiiU D D Lands Av Stillwater known remedy hsd been tried with temporary r O Â¬ Iy scheme and Ed Taylor will undoubtedGassidy Robes son Campton if the chills retarnlnj periodically aad teening at Yotsr cure broke then with increased tererity ly be in charge of the Kentucky Peni- Â¬ SAVE YOUR MONEY AND BUY oace aad there has beeei ao recurrence of them for We Should Have Two of Them POLLARB more than six raoatka The other case was of a 6 H DEAN RITE tentiary within two weeks YOUR GOODS CHEAP Louisville Commercial ailder form aad yielded mere readily to other f remedies bstths chills would return at interrali It is becoming evident that the Legis-Â¬ uatil your aaedioiae u used since which bae FR02 The State Senate on the 4th inst lature can not at a single session of or-Â¬ Importers and aowtereral amoaths they hare entirely disappeared From the opportunity I hare had to judge fdo not aaescd Senator Bushs bill prohibiting dinary length fulfill all the political IX hesitate to express bt belief that yonr Chill Core Mn is a ralahl specific aad performs all yoa prMBJM the sale of certain deadly weapons jn pledges made by its members and attend Vary respectfully Utit DAYSBOROUGH KY this State It provides that any person to any public business This difficulty VT N HALDsOIAJr be overcome by holding two ses might who shall hereafter sell a pistol bowic Bions one for political purposes only KENDALL HOUSE kaife dirk knife trass knucks or slung and the other for business There might HAZEL GEEEN KY saWt shall on conviction be fined not be also two sets of officials f or instance Corner Main and Prestonsburg Sts WEST LIBERTY KY 25 nor more than 100 or im-- a Warden to satisfy the politicians and another to take care of the penitentiary Mrs E C Kendall - Proprietress N W cor Piari ind Walnut JeVOXakesand repairs all kinds of Farming itiroraten to tairty days or Kentuckians are politicians by birth The table is supplied with the best the Tools Busgies and Wagons sad imprisoned in the jurys and by education and it is unreasonable market affords Experienced hand in charge Horse Shoeinf will receive especial attea O to ask phen a hundred and thirty eight of stable Charge reasonable tiptt HiHL GfilEN Eeeald la t TVeiaTe HEADACHE Traveler I HARD TIMES DOWN GOES THE PBICES We are now receiving another LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCi of every variety of Good to supply the demand of all cms to a era at Trffcok sale and Retail which we PROPOSE TO 8ELL FOR CASH or exchange for Produce and Live Stock We have often tried to establish a trade o a Cask bask but have as often failed We have also notified our friends and cnatomers ef tfc DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF THE CREDIT SYSTEM and oar istteatiom to reform our business but little attention has been gives to what we kara said Now w intend to establish upon tire ruia of the old credit rrtem svSTEICTLY CASH BUSINESS which will enable us to sell jou jjooda -- Pgt -- or To the Women Â¬ - Nervousness special low prices for cash To all of our customers having accounts due we most earnestly solicit to cooe forward and make settlements You owe it to us to do so m well as to yMrselves as honorable men We will sell yon goods cheaper than you have ever boagkt them beerc j ws can better afford it because we will take no risk on time Respectfully Cheaper Than You Have Ever Bought Before We in particular invite the attention of RTYER MEN aad whea o or large stock of CLOTHING DRY GOODS ccc c which we are offering at MMifellttMittB JT F BTAY DYSPEPSIA -- JOHNSON5 ANODYNE Dry Goods UNIMENT V- - CTJXBS SsUBia elWllJStwf -- Dtpkttasrt eVttmcVesWJBssVa Wt ng W Â¬ N OTIONS PARSONS f Cincinnati vara and Mealy oon Osaaaaee a peosd ef aay otha aJkd It la strictly a jnedJela to oa KiTees wiia raeo Sold everywhere or aesat by sail tor C hit neaia ay errprtas gregaid saw fJO oaaxraead la worta assaawSassaeaaMeiJLtwSassasea MAKE xiom tUauoiaij Vseej Tie pUlawatwawoBaartml Thm IiiSii laMissi av relieve all ssaamer ef rllaee leaeh best la weesasstaaJwseeaaeaa TBCU a pills Jlad oat aboaS bem ad 70a will always O 4ea Dr 1 free Sola everywhere or seat toy mail tor Me 1m etaaspa arsi U JO m JtmJJI a O Bosnoui uoaainea Powder la absolutely BLOOD fllXS bast BOONEYILLB 3 ike hens umm mmtvmae 3gregf JU ssf -s-JU mUHk m wssw ar Sl 1rrt1te am U SV rfwanseju easy II eBesssSswstas essaasl DRY GOODS Saw Mill for Sale Hazel Green Academy I have a saw mill which I wish to sell in Â¬ cluding a 10 TEN HOESE ENGINE The saws are 52 and 30 inches respectirely HAYS and the third terra will eesBEaeaes The large is the DISTON CFISSEL BIT AUGUST 31st 1SS5 aa ceatiaut taa 1 and the Mill a No 1 STANDARD GAEE months CO SCOTT Hazel Green is the saest deslrasle lees Address tion in the monn tains of Eastern Xeatackry and noted for the advantages it has ia Sa J W DEJABNETT day schools eharelies tesiperase aociatr P OBoi502 Paris and health This scheol presents selTsatages whiea Stats ia ia HATS CAPS GLOVES are not equalledratersthe destined assay paraÂ¬ ticulars and its is 4e work jood to our country whioh wlhT fc Jslt Terms reasonable both Co beard For terms Acforapply tstollies aai Prof N B HAtS PriaeipsL The Old Reliable -- C ABPETING Cincinnati HAZEL GREEN KY The Trustees of this institution havs again secured the services of Prof-- Nv B School for Teachers c St Burpder W S Dickinson CLOTHING HAT HOUSE Corner Pearl and Vine Cincinnati would here express their thanks for past favors to 11 their old customers and still ask a con- Â¬ tinuance of their trade We always keep a good stock and Uncle Jim Fant with his good looks will at all times be readv to wait upon you -- For Instant Use As a reliaWs rsssedy ia esses Whooplmr THE BEST w T DAY Marshal and Cenerai Dotwotlva MAYTOWN KY Will attend to ferreting out criminals in ex-conv- ict OH8 m w COTT w any part of the country and guarantees sat isfoction in every case where employed Orders by mail promptly attended to NEW BUGGY WOBKS MT STERLING Blood KY sad for the prompt reSei aad curs si throat aad lung dkeasss Ayers Cherry Pectoral is iavalushk 3rsXGldK ly Council Bluas lows wrftesr I eonolder Ayers Cherry Pectoral a ssoet iapertaa ressedy for home use I have tatted Its curative power ia my family Essay times durlag the past thirty years sa4 have never known it to faU It will rs lieve the most serious afectteas of tat throat and lungs whether in chOdrea at sduhen John H Stoddard Petersbar Vs writes I hvs saver feuad a sseV tcias equal t Cousv or si Crstqr secedes CeWs Oonroy D-HAND Keep on hand BUCKBOARDS and SECONBUGGIES aad Repair and Paint all kinds of work Shore Cherry Pectoral for the prompt relief of threat aad Iaaa diseases peculiar to chiTdrea I csaaider it as absolute cure for all sach aectSe sad ass never without it la the house Mrs L E Herman 18T iCercer st Jersey City writes I have always foea4 Ayers Cherry Pectoral useful ia my f a ily B T Johnsos 3t Savage 3Cdt For the speedy cure ef suddea writes and for the relief of children afflict Â¬ Colds ed with Croup I have sever found aay thing equal to Ayers Cherry PectersL It Is the most potent of all the remedies I W H Stickler Terra have ever used Ayers Cherry Haute Ind writes Pectoral cured my wifs of a severs Iuag sffectlon supposed to he Qaick Csa sumption- - We now regard the Pectoral ss a household necessity X Brecs snridge Brafnerd iliao writes I am subject to Bronchitis aad wherever I go am always sure to havs a bettle cf AYERS I SIGN PARTING 1 Will receive Mr Shores special attention SHORE CONROY Give ns a call ifBsKgil J Purifier HAZEL GREEN KY Stands at the head of Low Prices with ey ervthing you want in F McGUIRE Boots Showa TJasta DRY GOODS NOTIONS Clothing-- GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGS FLOUR BACON X 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 rDRYG00iS AVERS F McGUIRE THE POPULAR OBAN FRANK TYLER Ayers Ciierr Pecteral V Sarsaparilla la AYERS BLACKSMITH GREEN KY F Horse Shoeing a Specialty Buggies wagons and all kinds of Fana Teola ra4s ttazkt aad repaired in the best maaner with m Ittswkhoatarivslfertasi f broachial affections PREPAID XT TC Dr Ct IWwli Ifas Tor sate hy att Dmatrlits yr Ague Cure W N HALDBMAN Valuable Farm for Sals Holderby place lying I offer for sale the farm known ike A I ALE Mill Containing 423 Acre miles below Hazel Fns Saw WINTEBSMITHS Green on the state road I Fvsr CHILL CURE Tn LYTLE BSOtS 96 CO it A I Blahdy Boiler Engine and Saw Work containing 5 rooms besides kitchen and uuc ing room mere is guuu neu ter and fine springs which yield an abun- AT A BARGAIN dance of pure stock water an orchard of 65 bearing apple trees of assorted winter 48 iik Siw trf tor Iifttof and summer fruit young and thrifty good Cood 2 Story Frame Dwalllnff r - This farm has oh din- jid Cist t rm A H44 A1 VAI 1 vt V S A wa- Â¬ Â¬ Ml iOSS Pearl St CINCINNATI barn and ont buildings about 100 acres ef bottom land in good state of cultivation 60 acres of which is now in corn 60 acres of improved table land and the remaining 263 acres timbered of which 163 acres is coverÂ¬ ed with very finest oak and poplar soil rich and productive and underlaid with Jobbers PORTABLE BOILER ATTD EffGIIC ON SXTD3 15 HOBSE POWER 24 inch French hurr corn rocis saadt srr Bradford Mill Co receatly ovedaaaisev and now in first class cenditioa Apply to or address F 3f LOJfG Fine Bituminous Coal Tipper Grassy Xergsai coaafcy Xyv Price 4500 X cash and remainder ia one and two years Possession given at Or this offics once on reasonable terms Persons desiring to purchase can call on H C Herndon or W O Mize at Hazel Green or the under signed at Stanton Powell county Ky FRENOHBTJRG XYV L W MAPEL 27 1855 K CREENWADI HOUT Dx Gso W Mcouc PxomliitosV lay A NICKELL J T PXERATT w BLACKSMITH Queensware Glassware c For Sale or Rmt ewTThe table is sappiied with the Vset ia The above well known hotel property the market and the charge are rtasosshss Hazel Green containing 14 large rooms large garden commodious stable Now en- Â¬ O joys a fine patronage and can be managed to do the best business of any hotel in East Â¬ ern Kentucky Will be rented from April LODGING HOUSE 1 1S86 for one year if not sold before 3T Mks LOU DAY Corner ithaai Jsfftrss Apply to or address Hazel Green Ky Or this office JiOUUSflLLlV Day House E FRITZ ap sesiea Cincinnati your paper snvolopss ink pecs psceils Ac at ThsHksUxs Enfcraaee sa fife rr oor IsLWaOTBfAjr lar r r 2fht Get totyovL are a Subscriber and your time is about out please send 100 and renew and lssajsasaaaSBBaasaWaSass if-you-owe us f Emu Qsem Heeald im Mlar a Yaar Wwf ia AeV ance DONT STOP MY PAPER OUR CAMPTON LETTER HAZEL CKEEN WJBDNESDAY KY 1886 FEB 10 at 21 ete itsjwest advertisements Inserted tcM eaca ambseqaent insertion pr lscb first insertion and 25 Kutety Mi Sulk AiltRtie Railway f4adrd tie 22 xaiButes slower cv 1 TIME TABLE Sterling time than ML jl lare ML Stealing it 7tJ43L Arrives aiRetkweRat40 JTa 2 Imth BotkweU at 9 A iC arrive at ML Sterlisg at 1050 - jl Imrtm ML Sterling at 140 P at ar-JJa t J- 3Ceeieost 4 leaves BotkweU at 345 P M arrive at ML Sterliag at 5 JO T x Ha 2 ceaaecte at ML Sterling with 1105 A JC asd L57 P X traiBS onC40 railway Jar LexiBgtea Cincinnati and Louisville ML Sterling wkk 1105 a X train en C A O from the East and 136 P X train frea Louisville aad Cincinnati T Matg oerr ceaaty eaart day special laavea Rethwell ob the 3rd Monday in each ML Sterling aaik at 7 JO A X-- arriving at ML Sterling SerHraiBg leaves ml 3 P X-- arriviag at RothweU at 4 30 P x Sterling 5P for Lhtn RothweUGEO ML HARPERat SupL X B X rirM at Rethwell at 320 r x iiAX 3tfera eTr B 3M If jor LTC eadisg s paper has cross marx subscrip-year aae ana yoa wui oouge u i naeyor at once UJC areraepecuauy reqHesiea io re- - a disc 100 immediately for aunt m u Uir last year has expired I oney If thcT T JXX L00ALHEWS a4ttikiaweek-Oar StSaaare letter k KMcreMcbly crowd S Gedaey left bare for Frankfort t 4 yatarday veraiag Albert BartoB living at Dayaborongh has satai ike Godsey property in town and Sw D Dont strike my name ofF vet Yoa know the times are stringent JLnd dollars hard to get Bat tug a little harder Is what I mean to do And scrape the dimes together Enough for me and yon I cant afford to drop it I find it doesnt pay To do without a paper However others may rft I hate to ask my neighbor To give theirs or Joan Ther dont just say but mean it fthy dont you have your own Yoa cant tell how we miss it If it by any fate Should happen not to reach us Or come a little late Then all is a hubbub And things go all awry And printer if youre married- Tou know the reason why The children want their stories And wife is anxious loo At first to glance it over And then to read it through And I to read the leaders And con the book reviews And scan the correspondence And every scrap of news cannot do without iL I It is no use to try The other people take it And printer so must I I too must keep posted And know whats going oh Or feel and be accounted A fogy simpleton Then take it kindly printer If pay is somewhat slow For cash is not so plenty And wants not few you know But I must have the paper Cost what it may to me Id rather dock my sugar And do without my tea So printer dont you stop it Unless vou want my frown For heres the years subscription And credit it right down And send the paper promptly And regularly on And let it bring us daily Its welcome oenison Dont stop say paper printer I Proceedings of February Term of L Wolfe County Court c of Charles Terr el deceased ordered to be fS B Hollan fcc filed appraisement bill Tolson G reeorded Edward Little appointed surveyor of county road Susan Napier filed sale hill of Samuel Napier deceased ordered to be recorded Rebecca J Gilbert apprenticed to J M A careful inspection of the advertise- Â¬ ments in our paper will save our citizens who contemplate attending court at Mount Sterling many dollars Those who adver- Â¬ tise can sell goods cheaper than those who do not for the common sense reason that they sell twice the amount This is an es- Â¬ tablished fact in every community and in none more so than in ML Sterling See who advertise and trade with them Best Patent Flour Shipstnff Salt Seeds for sale at S 8 Gaitskilis Mt Ster- Â¬ ling O E WILLMOT Cash Dry Coods Store WHOLESALE AND EETAIL S3taw2E5 Sion Suriis The Water of Life for Afflicted Humanity EBON IS KING of a fflfle fro a the heaatifal tewx ef HaaeL Greea Tha water ceBtaiss a larger per centage i ire B thaBasy ether water kaews hence it k the aaosi vaUablt ix the ears of ased iaternalbr er extenllr Among the slay diseases which flesh ie heir to and for which this weaderfai water Is known to be a pesitrreaad jeraiaaeat ere are the folio wis g disease These spriags are lecaled three fBariera T Center sheriff Wolfe county exe- Â¬ cuted bond for the collection of the revsnue for the year 1886 John M Bose appointed commissioner to make and execute deed of conveyance to Elisha Chambers forpartof poor housn farm David L Williams allowed 5078 for keep Â¬ ing paupers for the year ending Jan 1st 18S6 4c 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 was enroute to Jackson where he contem- Â¬ plates taking charge of the high school Prof Hull was a guest of the Day House at this place on Monday night hut He szl Jas M Ely sworn in as administrator of WUI Sbuy Wool Ginseng Hideu Bags c S Gaitskiix Mt Sterling W B Ely deceased Jas M Ely qualified as guardian of Mary Clay Cooper son of Judge Cooper of E infant daughter of W B Ely West Liberty and a student of Hazel Green Commonwealth vs James Peck petit lar- Â¬ ceny verdict of guilty and judgement that Acadamy has been quite sick for a few he bhould work on the public roads foi 30 days past but is now better days Same vs John Lykins petit larceny ver- Â¬ dict and penalty the same Same vt James Fields indictment for tip The Mitchell Wsgon for sale at S S Gaitskills Mt Sterling o E WILLMOT Successors to HANLY Reese Building MT STERLING KY JUDY -- OLDHAM JUDY DEALIKS IX- ling verdict of not guilty and judgement of acquittal fiJudge G B Swango dispatched the busi- nesi ox me cuurun ajuuicious manner ana showed himself well versed in the law His instructions to the juries were as able and explicit as any given by the best judges of the State 4 JLProf A F Bvrd is having a good school at this place and the people appreciate it I Bead the advertisement For Sale or Bent The Day House will be sold at a bargain or rented for the year 1886 7 Dr F M Thomas who has been visiting at Beattvville returned home on Monday He reports the walking rough Capt Roberts will be around in few days and you had better make out a list of lat you want in his line Born On the 7th insL to the wife of avid Rose a boy Nathan Weight 10 Mount Sterling Ky Hardware Queensware Stoves Grates Plowsfc Solo Agents for CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SEQT DISEASES SCROFTJLA CA TATra H IlHETJaXATISM NEURALGIA NEbT CL WTJSNESS We appead a few of tie ioadred ef tea timonials which have bees teadered aa te the efficacy of this water ia disease One lady writesr I as so thaafal te the Great Giver of all Blessiags that I tried Swango Spriags Freely do I give all tha time and money spent ere ibr tha bealak and strength I now eBjoy A gentleman of Hliaeis saysr I taisk the water of Swang SpriaM didst aaore aed than all the nostras I hare ever tried I w ill certainly te withyoa agaia aext spriar References R T Sarih J G Triaahle P L Reese ML Sterilag Ky P MHiakIJ Mrs verv much the World Renowned Married On the 5th insL Wm L Spen Jceuto Misi Sarah Sparks at the residence of the brides father Sakkum Dont sell your Hides and Furs to ped- Â¬ pounds dlers but shin them to Chiles Thomhsox Co Mt Sterling We guarrantee they will pay more money for your produce than you can get from tramps WOLFE COUNTY TAKE NOTICE County Court Day at Mount Sterling Ky we will have to attend our public sale of Religious Notes The quarterly meeting of the M E Church South began at this place on Saturday last aa previously announced in The Herald The presiding elder Rev D G B Demaree being engaged in an interesting meeting at Jackson Rev J J Dickey of that place filled his appointment here He preached Saturday night Sunday at 11 A x and San day night at 630 Rev Mr Dickey is a forcible speaker and uses good illustrations At 9 oclock on Sunday morning an old fashioned Methodist love feast was held which was attended by members of all the churches in our little city and many testified to the goodness of God while many others asked the prayers of the church Mies Abba Tyler of Hazel Green Academy presided at the organ and played an accom- Â¬ paniment to each old familiar hymn as the clear voices of the fair ones in the audience proclaimed in song the glory of God The pastor Rev J R Kendall is winning warm encomiums from all our people of all de Â¬ nominations and from those who are not members of any church for his gentlemanly bearing as a citizen and his fairness in his preaching He loves all denominations and preaches Christ not Methodism alone as the way to salvation and safety The meeting will be continued throughout the week under the pastor Rev Mr Dickey having returned to Jackson on Monday Rev D G Combs of Ezel at the solicita- Â¬ tion of the members of the Christian Church at this place preached last Saturday night and Sunday morning -- j Rev W E Williamson will fill the pulpit of the Presbyterian Church at this place next Saturday night Sunday morning and Sunday xftghL VRev JTPieratt of the Christian Church preached at Campton Saturday night Sun- day and Sunday nighL v3i asove it sees X asails left or arrived at this place en Tkaraaay lata wiag either to the extreme - eU a4ir or want of will power r Xer Imc M srpny will aiove to Hazel Grasm m soob as he can eecare a home for aka parses of educating his children Tka Lexington Drummer contains the fol- lewiBgadvertiscaeBt For sale Residence itaiBisgli acre of ground The city it te bay it for a park Tke thermometer at this plas registered St below sero last Friday morning and is aid by the oldest inhabitant to be the cold wt dy ever experienced here I j If he ware wfkl 1mt he woald isai this country beats Xlerida The fences the houses the trees yea the earth is dressed in white and the Malarial is 17 isches thick arc draased in white People with gray hair may conceal from the world the fact that they are becoming aget and passing on to decsy by the use f Halls Hair Benewer It is a fact that tfeis anicla renews cleanses brightens in Tifarxta and restores faded or gray hair to ite yottthfal color and lustre cheaply quick- Â¬ ly a d aarely Dr GaerraBt writes from Florida that the Judge Davis of Mor- n paid us a visit last Tuesclav on his return rom Rousseau Breathitt county where he had been buying cattle He bought of C B McQuinn one yoke of oxen for 12250 They were the finest your correspondent ever saw come from Breathitt county The judge bought 18 head in Breathitt and also two steers of J K Rose for 50 The judge was well pleased with the people of Kousseau and said he enjoyed his trip well as they had plsnty of honey and brandy He is an ever welcome visitor in this place The steam mill at this place is ready to cut lumber when the weather will permiL We expect it will do a good business under the supervision of Judge Wolfe of Lexing- Â¬ ton wno is the right man in the right place The company has a fine lot of walnut logs on the yard and are running two teams very day Our deputy sheriff John Allen will move to his fathers in Breathitt county We regret to part with him but commend him to the people of Breathitt as a high minded honorable gentleman The snow is 21K inches and still snowing This is the deepest snow that has fallen in 23 years On October 22d 1862 a snow fell 25 inches deep 3 Â¬ REDRlVEiFeb On Monday February 21st Horses and Mules for the purpose of buying to ship to the different markets a number of the most prom- Â¬ inent buyers from the South and East Any one having Mules or Horses to sell we believe it will be to their interest to have them at our stable on Mavsville Street on that day We sold at Public Auction last court day 33 head of Mules and Horses at satisfactory prices Give us a call and we will treat you righL Respectfully S V McWILLIAMS 4 CO ffHal The Best and Cheapest Wagon on Wheels Aydelotte The Trade of Wolfe and adjoining counties is McCord respectfully solicited T7HOLESAU2 The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Roots Herbs and Barks Except Ginseng 2fo 613 Wxrr Mat Stmt TENNESSEE WAGONS Hinkle Waa Clarke Flam Iiek A large hotel is saw beiag b3t whiei will afford ample accoaaaiodatioa to visiters For further information ia regard te hoard HARBISON SWA2CGO 4c address Or this office Hazel Greea Xy M Ky F w H GTLTJ8 HATTERS LOUISVILLE XT J T BREEN SON B E EOBEETS TfTOsT Importers I Wholesale Druggists Main Street Mt Sterling Ky Carter Bros WHOLESALE John A Carter Co The Celebrated Ml ifniViJvafat wa Dry Coods and Notions 729 731 and 7J3 James G Carter D A Forline LMAET STREET Jo C Bethel LOTJISVLLLE KT J G Carter Jr S SCHOOL DESK wtTrfrurTsssrJsJaP Ibbbb5BbvwSbV ADAM BAUM Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se- Â¬ lected Stock of J CRAtntJLX jas a SBTrruEwoxrx without it It is read by more people in this neighborhood than all other newspapers Send us The Herald as we cant do combined Come up Mr Cooper we will treat you clever We have plenty of hog and homi- Â¬ ny and now and then an opossum G T Center will have to give us another Ray deputy in this districL The competition force pump has no supe- Â¬ rior also chain and suction pumps always in stock at B F RiddellS Mt Sterling MENIFEE COUNTY 6 -BPt s j Taulbee introduced the fol IwiBg bills Referring to the Court of Oaicas the claim of Geaeral T T Garrard aad ethers for destraction of salt and in Jury to aalt works under and in pursuance ofaa order of Maj Gen D C Buell for the relief of James Riley Petition of 48 ex- aeldiers and 1W citbens of Magoffin county XcBtacky CetBgrasesiaB v John m T If tob want the best humorous paper in Juaarica aabscribe for the Arkansaw Trav 4rf price 2 a year The Hazel Gbekx UFasT and Arkaasaw Traveler will be saallad to aay address one year for 250 Ter 290 wa will send the two papers and taa two beautiful colored engravings The Arkaasaw Traveler and The Tarn of the See advertisemenL have a horse or a mule to sell see the advertisement headed Take Notice ud read iL McWilliamt Co of ML Ster lisg make mere and better horse and mule calea than any similar concern in that city aad yea should put up at their stable wheth Â¬ er job have aaything to sell or not Try them ext Monday court day and see if thay do sot treat you better than you have feeea treated heretofore If yom The attention of those who contemplate baying school furniture or supplies is re apaetfsdly invited to the advertisement of fEaa celebrated Fashion T head school 4mk which appears in oar papei today The Haael Greea Academy is furnished with this sleak aad it is the most durable find atotaat that has ever been put upon the aaarkei Do sot fail to read the advertise- aad write for illustrated catalogue Oa last Friday a difficulty occurred be tsreaa Boens Spencer aad Isoah Long at tha residence of the latter about three miles from Campton Long stabbed Spencer in the ara and side with an eight inch dirk kaifr iaflictiBg painful but not dangerous veesit Long has Bade his escape Wm Byrd depaty sheriff and GW Drake jailor throsgh here on last Monday in of him f r Dr F Thomas BaattyTiBe Enterprise Hacel Greea came up oa the Favorite af jfeaday from Otter Creek where he had bcb oa business He helped us some in gettisf this issue ready and while doing so we fbafid a new character a thing the doc- Â¬ jigger Assuming that thy tor Wl Beata a jiggers oat at the H G Hkb Xl eftoc wa venture to submit the un ksewm stranger and enquire his name and the plaee ha occupies ia the economy of It is a Tyraphy Here he is atav nail Doc has given it aince he gradu Â¬ ated from this office Se used to call it a whAtebaraiecall Where are you Noah Roth well Feb Are you afraid if you leave the city of Ha- Â¬ zel Green you will be turned into a pillar of ice or are you building an ark to ride the snow The local in The Hekald some weeks ago implied that the cold and chilly blasts of winter would not keep you from making your dsily run Capt Al Blevius the conductor on this end of the route savs you have failed twice this week to put in your appearance Capt Blsvins makes his usual trips with smiles aglow on his face through frosts that would freeze the ears off Suddenly Killed On last Wednesday morning Moses Wad of a brass monkey Mr Collinswortb surely ought not to forget Capt Blevina when the kins living on War Creek in Breathitt spring with its birds and flowers come county went out to chop down a tree for rasThos P Collinsworth had quite a fight wood His wife heard the tree fall and to f with a coon a few days ago Toms dogs had assure herself of her husbands safety call- Â¬ a big coon at bay and he went to the rescue Mr Coon ed to him but received no answer Mrs of the dogs when and fell mads afor Thomas who kept backing over log into a Wadkins who is an invalid was compelled hole of water This made Tom mad and he to send her 10 year old boy to ste what had seized a club and succeeded in taking the befallen her husband The boy found his life of his coonship The log was bruised some the water made muddy and Tom com father near the stump of the fallen tree out wet Moral Never back out when you dead A limb had been hurled back by a go hunting standing tree hitting the unfortunate man The K fc S A missed only one trip by the snow and that was Wednesday The in the head and crashing his skull The boy did not arrive until 630 P M on was ssni to the nearest neighbors a distance train day that of about three quarters of a mile for assist- Â¬ V The snow that fell this week stopped all ance It was intensely cold the snow was toe mines at this place and several men are about 20 inches deep and the boy would idle waiting for the snow to melt away The cold snap has had no effect on the probably have been unable to reach the neighbors house had he not been accompan- Â¬ candidates They are as plentiful as ever but the liquor is frozen up again ied by his dog This faithful friend frolick- Â¬ hsThomas A Combs of Cornwell is visiting ed around his young master beating down Kfnsnds and his in Wolfe county this the snow and finally attracted attention by week his barking The neighbor Mr Turner Wj3 S Moore has ditched his mine and is having carried the half frozen boy into his now reauy io run coai The thermometer registered 18 bslow zehouse hastened up to Mr Wadkinss Mrs ro Friday morning LONGFELLOW Wadkins frantic with grief over the tragic fat of her husband becoming alarmed for If you want a good job of tin copper or the safety of her boy had started out to his sheet iron work call on B F Riddell assistance She had gone but a short dis- Â¬ Main straet ML Sterling Ky tance when her strength failed and she MORGAN COUNTY eank down exhausted where Mr Turner found her It was a perilous journey thro LWest Liberty Feb 8 A difficulty oc- the deep snow over the mountains to Jack- Â¬ r rlr1r1 lof VUil n mmilmr nn tswxrn Kafwaan son for the burial clothes and plank had to Oscar McKenzic our candidate for judge be taken out of a house to make the coffin and Green Minix in which McKenzie re- Â¬ ceived a very serious wound in head but everyone felt called upon to make an Minix striking him with a chair the Cause un- Â¬ extra exertion for they said Mose Wad- Â¬ known kins never failed to assist a neighbor in disWhen we arose last Wednesday morning tress The deceased like the rest of us we found the hills and valleys covered with deep about 15 had his many faults but he was industrious snow beliaTed inchesthis is a It is reported and Kansas snow that a good neighbor and exceptionally kind to brought here by Wallace Elam when he returned from the West his invalid wifs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ manufactured by the Which he sells Wholesale and Retail as Cheap as they can be bought in the State Give him a call and be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go mm keis DEALER IN i 6RAUMAH SHUTTLEWORTH Manufacturers and Jobbers of Oil Mens 605 nfl Strzit Hots CLOTHING W 3aAix LOUISVILLE XT gOB NUNNELLY WITH Sidney School Furniture Go Proprietor LOUGHLIN Sole SIDNEY OHIO This Desk lias bean Adopted lir Xearly All tha Leading Schools of the Country JOHN W JONES DUNLAP BROS WHOLESALE SADDLERY CO 1625000 NOW IN USE Globes Registers Dictionary Holders Maps Map Cases Numeral Frames Charts Dictionaries Anatomical Models lades iU elf en - and Sflverware J 1IT STERLING KY 100 DOLLAR TJF J J W G Barrett 723 aad 730 B Dunlap L Dunlap Maaufaeiaran ef Saddle Htrneaa k W Main SL NO 10 MAIN STREET and dealers ia Saddlery Hardware Microscopes And everything needed in a school room One Day Clock strike- y Write us for complete catalogue Ad- Â¬ Eight DaylClock dress and Album Eight Day Clock SOLID SILVER WATCHES Sidney School Furniture Company Silver Plated Spoons SIDNEY OHIO flOly jssfTParticular attention paid to Repairing Erasers Blackboards Liquid Slating Bells Crayon Largest Stock of Clocks in Eastern Kentucky CLOCKS FEOM ONE IUISVILLE XT - - 3 00 75 S 75 00 1 00 GEORGE DOLL WITH Rosenoerg Flexnef WHOLESALE Go Saccassora to Rosenberg Nathan dsPlexaar Call and set my goods JOHN W JONES N H TRIMBLE 9sBBsraaVaasls wstjKflaBattaBvLl ROBT M TRIMBLE BOOTS AND SHOES 712 TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS IN 5 AD 714 South Sidx 3Luar BL 7th A 5th LOUISVILLE gHUJii -- o-- Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Davis Mallory Co Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky DRY GOODS They carry the largest stock and NOTIONS do the largest business of any And Fancy Goods house in Mt Sterling Wholesale Dealers in w T H SMOCK WITH g8ee tha large advertisement of Hard Tiaes in oar paper today and read it care F Day are just now faliy Messrs J T v- - took of dry goods notions kc ever brought te the mountain of Eastern Kentucky and proposes to sell them at rock bottom prices areaah This firm proposes henceforth to ate av atriccly cash business and give their saatfimr the benefit of iL For cash they jam sell cheaper than upon time and it is jhhortfnrt beat for all concerned The crad knows jt ayattm ia a bad oat and so firmEemem F-- Day weH aa J T Jta H atftifeat ibr cash job can buy furniture dry jaiaVeiKBa boota ahoaa Ac Tery cfcaap IfcJajMMae receipt of the largest and most complete f from Virginia where he has betn visiting She Sarries Sail and Steam The steamer Kemp CapL Sam Kemplin for some time We gladly welcome him and master was the only craft of th mail line home smile soma ofthe young ladies have a on their faces broad arriving at this port last Wednesday Early Rev W B Ragan is holding a protracted that morning many of our citizens had meeting at the Methodist Church which agreed that CapL Sam was too old a mariner will continue over the second Sunday to trust his craft in such a blinding snow Hon J W Kendall and W W McGuire storm but to the surprise of every one her are attending court at Morehead bowsprit was seen coming through the VMisc Maudie Maxey of Canev is visitiner riends and relatives in town snowy mist about 1 oclock and in a few EC Orear returned Satuday frem Frank- minutes she hove in sight under a full pres- Â¬ fort Ckicket sure of steam A Herald reporter inter Â¬ Drain pipe of all sizes and shapes can be viewed CapL Sam and learcd that he en Â¬ found at B F RiddellS Main street Mt countered a gale at Grassy Landing and Sterling was forced to beat about but he soon got How to Support The Herald his reckoning and steered her through A was stove in on the larboard wheel Subscribe and pay for it hole Come in and pay what you already owe house and she appeared to crean on the port side but CapL Sam said that was Send your printing and avertising to the owing to a cargo of sugar and crackers in office the port hold shipped for his crew The If you want your business boomed pay steamer carried a few icicles on her prow for the booming Help make the paper interesting by send- Â¬ which the captain had scraped off and when she left on her return trip her hull was ing items of local interest to the editor Do not expect the editor to call attention clean and her forward and after deck com- Â¬ fortably loaded As she neared the Day to yeur business every week for nothing Lay aside your fears that the proprietor House wharf CapL Sam rounded to and the good Lady of that hostelry invited him to a will get rich faster than his neighbors If warm lunch which he hastily ate and put he can get his meat and bread ha will be ting on sail and steam was soon out of sight j satisfied We are in the market for Eurs Hides and Sheep Pelts and solicit consignments We also buy Feath- Â¬ ers Wool Beeswax Tallow Ginseng Eggs and Poultry Write for Price List on Furs and General Produce CHILES THOMPSON GO ESTABLISHED IN 845J 715 and 717 Weat 3fcrfn Screat Bttwaea 7tn and Stk LOTJISVILLX XT The Leading Insurance Agency OF MT STERLING KY SI43 848780 Total Assets of Agency Royal of Liverpool rACOB HARRIS WITH SO Levi Newburger Co V 1885 Wholesale Grocers -- AMI Produce Dealers MT STERLING J- - 31000000 00 1881 London and Lancashire WHOLESALE of Liverpool 9260000 00 Liverpool and London 4541240 00 and Globe of England 36875000 00 1810 Hartford of Hartford 1809 North British Ac Mercan- Â¬ a 849 Springfield oi Springfield 2585633 00 CLOTHINS MANUFACTUHERSa 33301000 00 1863 Firemena Fund of Cali- tile of England 1473023 00 17M InsC of North America 1154SS9 00 724 ud 736 Main Street 971695 33 1863 Northwestern National of Philadelphia 1710 Sun Fire Officeof London 5S63000 00 1750 Niagara of New York- - 1874035 00 Betwee 7ck aad Stk 53S3916 46 1865 Boatman Pittsburg 411499 00 1782 Phenix of London order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well cnows Ineurance in corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental companies being dear at anyprice LOUISVILLE KY The best policies are always the cheapesL Insurers should select their companies as thay D B GREEN would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds ia tnasL Look to quality as ike with A HOFFMAX paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully HTXFFaXXS IfHITE GKEEJT Wholesale Dealers ia Office At Traders and Deposit Bank 1836 E KY 8 5 COMBS X YAUGHX COMBS VAUGHN DEALERS IX G B SWANGO DXALXZ IV RL JB J Boots andest Shoes White Maia Street 615 W A HuSakerJ Green V LOUISVILLE XY WTTX AND LIVE STOCK OF ALL KINDS Cor Main and Marion Streets CAMPTON KY General IVlerchandise E J ROGEKS GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY KXKFS COXSTAXTLT OX HAKD X TULL AMOSTTOCT QV HJ GEO 73 CLARK Simrs GarsH 637 W JWmin E TUCK WJLTJl Mm MAYTOWN KY HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY Will repair Farming Tools Buggies Satisfaction gn granted In all cses Wagons c BLACKSMITH Make JiUMTS If CWWlfc MlMfofWKS In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOM FRICXsi Goods or in payment of any debt lint xae all kinds of 941 aad W Maia St LODI4TILLX XT plows hosa Sec Also will take in exchange for Country Produce and Liva Stock of every description Staple and Fancy Dry Coods Iteady made Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer es Stoves and Farming Implements XODIITILLX XT trt 0i MUMrfM TAMA 4 M m4 7 WWar St XXW TCWXr S3 aids and other precious stones goapras J The bafialo aaS ekohant are U3ed ana Dutions ann au uie varieties oi A great many cows in the dairies j kwtond of horses by the Burmese ornaments which the jewelers art ha of thi3 country do not yield enough fcc The pistol was invented in Pistola produced while the poor bought pins cover the cost of their keep11 So says and J KESTVCKZ fi TttscMurr by Caaillo Vitelii in the earrings bracelets finger rings filled Duncans Monthly and there areabun HAZEti mmrm necklaces of the cheap styles of dant proofs everywhere of the truth of C JennTe Lind will sing in public nest work the statement rammer for thefirsfc time in twenty two ANOMANURING From I860 to 1S7U the factories inTho nutritive value of beef without years Her appearance will be for creased from 463 to 631 in number and bone and pure milk is only as the difTlae TlJtg leiM u Farmer 3Ca y Iarn charitable purposes the yearlv production from 1V1 15000 ference between seventy five and eKe Works la His Yarfe 10 In first class passenger carriages on in value to 22104000 In 1S70 busi- Â¬ eighty five in one hundred pounds Sfenkespeare was not at all deficient j pans of hot water 091 people were employed in the Did you ever think of this And yet English lines they put i mcxzriaLllnrl knowledffe Ht5 unpar- - in 3ie compartments to keep the passen- Â¬ ness The growth of those ten years ol the difference between a pound of milk k 3s exeniplified by his Tron inflation and speculation has not been in price is as about three to twelve re- Â¬ gers warm Stoves are not used fetfo6 afleJed gealus maintained however The chief centers tail Farm Field and Stockman practical human of- - Brussels derfal lcnowletire of Consul William Slade affairs as irell as of Ms thorough under- - says the average size of farms in the two of the jewelry trade are Providence R Limburger cheese is more profit- Â¬ which has 75 establishments Phila able to the farmer and maker than any nature But while Flanders is about even acres and that I of liumn delphia with 55 factories Xew York support cheese first because hh knowledge of practical agriculture a farnrerTvill u tract of his family upon with 200 Bristol County Mass with other a kind ofquantity of milk more the profits of sbacres from given Boston Cin Â¬ ivas extensive yet we do not find that he M Gosse it is said found means to 35 and Springfield Mass weight is obtained owing to tlie mode inner restore the life like expression to the cinnati San Francisco and Newark of making and also because the price Mtful any of that Insight 5nfr the work is mostly life of the farm which might have Jbeen eycsof dead bodies- - He- - plaees ufew X J The filled and New Jersey made it brings is usually from ten to forty in New England per cent higher than that obtained for csyscia from the greatest poet the drops of glycerine and water on the cor- Â¬ A great many alloys of gold aye usol tho standard American cheese Albany this nea life like expression js reproduced IVc tire led to Tfcrld has produced Silver is Since 180 when diggings for am- in the making of ornaments to give it Argus by reading tlie Tines of lusin remark nsed pure being alloyed onlv ber- were commenced under iheSma Mr T D Curtis of the Fqrriicr with copper fx winch he Ears Gold is land Peninsula In East Prussia the yield hardness red color fused wilhsiiver to and Dairyman disfavors the idea of and or even tolerating ofi the veinshas greatly increased In giveit a Tee eartli a tnief ftis edom compromising withadulteration The feeds aaQ breeds by a cooipOBtrare 1S64 the revenue was 850U against give it a silvery luster Jlaat the fat demon of stolen usetl piaer than twenty two Kirat- - nor proper way is cast out the devil to put 125000 in 1S83 Vrosi several excrersent inferior to fourteen earaU becainu it 9 It is understood to be Queen Vic- would tariiiah and lain bck w 1iat the counterfeiters of butter or any other Thh Is a low and base view of the toria pleasure that tlie jubilee ot her article on- the same footing lis the a necessary practice of manuring and a reign shall not be celebrated until the puritj Ills given eitherand polished counterfeiters of money a consum- Â¬ i often dead or fronted Mirface very imperfect idea of wlt manure is completion of fif tv years from hc r acees- - flabora ly ornamented by sideling mation which in spite of discouraging accomplished gold wire upon it to foruira pattern or failures is doubtless possible to united True the common undercutting of it sIoji Tliafc period will honest effort N T Tribune by haMirg with a tooli in large is muck like this but it 5s not a just or on uun3 i loq- Too much should not be expected A inediasval wedding dish iiuowto a corps of designer- is kipt worthy qne in any sense Manure is by t be tlie aGallic aristocratic mar Â¬ steadily Qmplby 1 in producing new from any branch of industry TheÂ¬ znt means wholly exerementitious mat- - riages the peacock served up in his gay profits from dairying are due to experipatterns in pins Iraylf riugs ier nor was it so in Shakespeares plumages This old custom was revived ideas beingrborrowetl from every 10 etc iree ence There is much to be learned Gme when tiie art of making composts at the Princess Marie of Orleans wed Â¬ about the management of cows the of burned clay and ding with Prince VJademar the most ancient uid modern X 1 JutraUl and tlie u the care of milk and the manufacture Jiraewere commonly practiced And eilted royal pcrsonajre present beinjc and sale of butter Every little detail wen excrenientitious matbeVlthough tlie carver- WEALTHY FREAKS should be studied and a familiarity Hsagrceaole and disgustingto tlie com with the characteristics and merits of At a recent meeting 6f ths Hatters mon sen ie when conf idered as manure vn tuJ Wom ii Who time all the breeds should be the object of of Austria in Vienna the Defurmeil Association 3f atJc or Ave Iukhiu Fortujsi3 Jhe farmer if he wishes to succeed President tpohe witli pride of their The first dime museum wa- tarledon Cincinnati Times emancipation from Parisian fashion ure a one considers the wonderful trans- Â¬ prevalent that the formations wrought by nature in Jhe makers Four new winter styles of hats ih j Bowery in New York hi ll7i At deep0inion isquite milker a poor feeder for flesh werflevisd tlfree of which bear the first the museums multiplied slowly but processes of manuring and the growth says the JVu when of Viennese ofplants Instead of the coarse worlds names and Millockermusicians Strauss about three years ago they sprang up all tional not yielding milk is based upon Stock Journal Live fjtlSs poet might be used the truer ones SHppe the country and now all large the penurious and unthrifty practice of H haabeen found that thick veiis over It f THe earihB arecreator ft it a putting cows upon short rations as soon over pictures produce injury instead of cities have from one to three Which oat of deth makes life serving for protection The Wo master Â¬ bigger thing to be a freak than to marry as they are dried off She is in thin AjxCL from dead m tter brings piece of Ruben1- - in the Collegiate Church a rich widow Freaks grow rich The flesh at the end of her milkiug and liCewverdure flowers and IrnItB called a poor feeder because she does are becoming for Such indeed Is the true sense it at Antwerp year instance owing to the competition between museum has run not become fleshy on a half ration darker from which manure is to be considered It is effects of the thickto year which they ud the price of curiosities until llicv draw Give her liberal feeding and there will veihrwith llead matter the surplus waste of life are covered and an effort is being made mofe payithau a receiver in a railroad be no doubt of her capacity to lay on 4uid the beautiful clover blossom which to remove veils from all the master- Â¬ suit A good freak makes more money flesh the farmer plows under the furrow pieces of art in Belgium without opening his mouth than the should be no more highly thought of in GORGONZOLA CHEESE Little Lucia The tqtal number of books and pe- Â¬ most accomplished aejtyr its manurial sense than the refuse of it yafter it has contributed to the sapport of riodicals published in Madras during Zerate the Mexican midget who is un How This Kich and liteffant Article of j ycow and her product of delicious milk last year was 318 Of these 142 were in doubtedly the smallest human being Food is Made and rich unctuous cream and fragrant English 539 in the vernaculars of the ever exhibited got 2S00 for four weeks This cheese is made in loaves of the jrolden butter All dead matter is disa- - presidency and 7G in the Indian classical in this city and now ants SS0U a week of twenty Cheddar jTeeable The disnist of Hamlet as he languages Tlie most noteworthy lit-Â¬ Jo Jo the dog faced boy gets 500 a proportions of pounds and pounds to forty in weight The erary feature of the year was the great sraelled the decayed skull which the old The first season he grave digger tnrcw out oi me re uug increase in the number of original works week 700 but curiosities exhibited he milk is coagulated warm and fresh di- Â¬ as a rule in the vernaculars which were 343 drew grave was far different from the tender- Â¬ rectly after milking so that it is thick compared with 225 in the previous year draw larger salaries on their first tour ness with which a related survivor would The Greely survivors were offered 1000 in ten to twenty minutes Now the regard the similar cherished remains of a week to show themselves but the Gov Â¬ curd is slightly broken up and left an ancestor It is the sense in which we AMERICAN JEWELRY The turtle boy ernment interfered alone until it has sunk to the bottom consider such things which gives offense a misfit little darkey whose limbs are when it is still more cut up with a in one case andpleasure in another rrorss of tlie Manufacture of Jewelry frightfully distorted commands S75 a In the United States wooden instrument always drawn in And tlie farmer who glories in the big- The gentleman the elastic i iiess of his manure pile never experi Â¬ Epaphras Hinsdale of Newark N week who thinks nothingwithpulling the one direction After this it remains of ences the disgust of the stranger who X is believed to have been the first regÂ¬ skin of the back of his neck over his untouched for an hour and is then cut skin passes along the road on the other side ular manufacturer of American jewelry face and can make a neck tie of his nose in squares When the whey has col- Â¬ of the fenced and as Hamlet remarked He was a mechanic of great ingenuity got 300 a week for his first season and lected pretty clear over the curd it is drained off and the curd is left to hang And smells thinks if he does not jsay and somewhere from 1790 to 1795 he de now gets 150 in a cloth until all the whey has run so faughr The two negro girls who figure as off after this it is filled in the wooden roted himself to the production of the I The thoughtful farmer may learn what-is-i200 a week are forms which can be made smaller many a pleasing and instructive lesson brooches seals and other simple gold Chang the Chinese paid giant wont show The filling is done in the fol- as he worksjn his yards and makes his and silver ornaments worn at that dav for less than 350 a week Colonel Curd which has been omp05t heaps spreads the manure top Hinsdale died about 1810 but one of his Goshen who is almost as tall and runs lowing way made the day before is crum dresseshis wheat which is to make the men by the name of Tajlor followed a farm over in New Jersey gets but 55 Â¬ alternate fragrant new baked loaf which is a lux- him in the business and put fresh vigor but Mr and Mrs Bates tlie well known bled and put in curd whichlay is ers with the fresh ury unsurpassed on the table and are in demand at G00 The the change of tins dead waste and capital into it Both of these men giants and Countess Magri formerly also crumbled with the provision that VM Jtchcs the first and last layers are from the used gold sixteen carats fine and their -- joatier into the verdant-- luxuriant herb Â¬ Mrs Tom Thumb and tho Counts fresh curdl The forms are then covage tlie sweet scented rose the luscious work was solid Every piece was made brother Baron Little Finger get 600 a ered up and left standing for six hours peach theanelting sugary pear the by hand by hammering filing welding week Josephine M3rtle Corbyn the when the top of the cheese is loosened juicy grape the fattening corn and the and soldering four legged girl gets 450 a week The three or four inches deep covered with iniinitelyBvaried products of the garden About 1800 the manufacture of jewelry- - Aztecs man and woman who original Â¬ a cloth and the loaf turned upside the orchard and the field How it is was begun in inewnglanu the very ly showed with Barnum get 150 The hours the cheese kncisa mystery which the chemist Beat of the ancients abhorrence of orna Â¬ Modern Hercules who loves to catch down After twelve after twenty four is again turned and Â¬ cannot reveal to him nor how the mal- ment hy two Provi- Â¬ redhot cannon balls does about twenty hours the cloths are taken away fresh odorous wastes can be made to produce dence R L or threciirms at The fact illustrates the minutes work a day and draws 200 a forms substituted and the cheese taken the various sweet scents and agreeable great revolution yvhich had taken place week butThe is not properly a freak Gavors which all these products possesr Lin the world of ideas since the days of although he is likely to be one if he ever to a room whoso temperature is about to 70 Fahrenheit where it is 65 Nevertheless a faint idea of it may he The Mayflower and Miles Standish misses the ball and it hits him But placed on a table thinly covered with gained as the farmer on the winter even- - Providence immediately became the these are high priced freaks The straw For the next three or four days ings fctudies his handbooks of chemistry chief center of the industry in this d-class f curiosities manage to worry the loaves are turned several times a and learns that the pear odor the piue- By 1810 its firms were em Â¬ on from 50 to 150 a week Fat day then the forms are taken away apple flavor and tlie numerous flavoring country a hundred men in the business along are in demand at 40 women Ada ploying odor and essences of the cook are af- - ana producing jewelry to the yearly Briggs who is good looking and heavy and the cheese placed for twenty four r most identical In composition with some value of 100000 hours on a table strewed with salt 60 Dave where it is turned several times For as she is pretty gets al- Â¬ oFthe most Intolerable scents of the the who boy fat In 1812 George F Downing was makÂ¬ Navarro next twenty four hours it is put cohols and the ethers and byrwhat a ing watch seals at Newark N not He Jyears by the by was him a125 woman the into the forms This alternate back comparatively small and inconsiderable carried on made managers pay a week treatment is repeated from ten to twenty business for many fchangeof elements these effects are pro- - In 1821 he the skelotons get from S40 to 80 removed to the growing city times Afterwards the cheese is kept 5jduee in many cases a mere rearrange- Â¬ of New York and diversified his manu- Â¬ Living Ike Sprague drawing the latter figure six to eight weeks in a cellar where it is ment of atoms much in the same xnan- - facture greatly is so delightfully ethereal that only other con- Â¬ ncr as one might rearrange a pile of cern in New YorkTlie at that time is Sprague stand without being propped turned wiped aud salted repeatedly he cant city very highly prized cheese bricks into n round or square or octag believed to have been that of La up with straws Armless men who do Theseare very tire oencious food When antl onal one or into a long narrow one Guerre a Frenchman who had a things with their toes are bribed not tc y Iito a short wide one and with the iewelrv shoo in which he emnloved run away for 50 a week The leopard they are ripe blue mould permeates them throughout and they resemble Iery sjue materials form entirely dif La Guerre had boy a colored youth who is turning alike in flavor appearance and consist A i fercntfttibinaiion3- - This is a rough French- workmen 1712 The white in spots commands 25 a week uad familiar way of explaining this kind started about was of solid work of theseÂ¬ Albinos and minor curiosities that arc ency a fine specimen of a rich and ripe siltwo makers gold Boston Transcript of dkftmieal oombmations of atoms but ver and all produced by hand and usedlb fill in the bill receive 15 to 20 old Stilton U expresses the precise nature of the Yankee ingenuity had devised a a week Musical families those famidkange and helps to make it under Â¬ Seasonable Hints thoroughly different mode of manufac- Â¬ lies where the old gentleman plays the stood was violin the mother the piano and all the ture however and New Remember that milk is a powerful Manuring h entirely h chemical pro filling the country with a England less expen- Â¬ children some atrocious instrument cess and tke ordinary barnyard ananure absorbent and loves bad company It sive of jewelry Almost from the chiefly drums draw from 50 to 100 a differs only in fdrm from those so called very kind the immediately affiliates with its worst first Providence makers em- week rffictal compounds which we term ployed machinery and began to pro Freaks die and sometimes they go out enemy It will take a blemish from commercial fertilizer1 Indeed we have duce what is called filled work of love and bear the blight The of business Captain Costentehus the often an erroneous conception of wliat ornament was stamped by a die from original tattooed Greek retired upon a the breath As long as the surrounding iuamire is for tlie majority of farmers a ribbon of gold or silver the gold fortune and is now living on a fine es- Â¬ forever thieve it contains everything that is being about eighteen carats fine that tate in Greece but has become blind air is colder than the milk there is milk needed bythe soil forthe production of is to say containing eighteen Â¬ a comparatively little danger of the wops while on the contrary it is largely weights of pure gold to six penny Â¬ Dudley Forster accounts very little fellow made enough in two absorbing bad odors which pennydeficient in the most valuable elements for milk escaping when kept a long weights of alloy The softness and te 3ears to ouy ins tamer a nice tarm jwid the larger part oi It consists oi nacity of the metals permitted them to Philadelphia Times time in the stable but so soon as the wter and carbonaceous elements which be stamped into the most elaborate milk gets colder than the surrounding soniepersons would have us believe are forms The hollow jewel was then filled air the moisture of the air begins to worthless for plant food The truth is condense into the milk like dew on a A CITY ON WHEELS n pewter or leaa ana nttett and it has only been learned within wit of gold of inferior quality with a glass of ice water thus depositing all of back forty years past that farmers can not AStraugeTown Which is Wheeled to Other the impurities of the air into the milk Ornaments in a thousand patterns depend on the harvard alone for ma Â¬ wen Populous at Pleasure Thus if the milk room becomes veiy thus produced to all nure but are compelled to use every appearance of solidwhich were which gold but In a recent number of the American cold at night and the air outside warms fertilizing substance which they can could be made and sold for a email frac Â¬ up considerably during the day it will procure and that nitrate of eodar phos- - tion of tlie expense of solid gold jewels Carriage Journal some interesting par Â¬ be bad practice to throw the windows pliate of lime lime gypsum salt potticulars are given of a small city ts it is open especially if the air is stirring in r ash magnesia and various nitrogenous In the manufacture of this work a great called on wheels About ono hundred a direction that leads from the stable deal of gold plate was used made ly suhstances are indispensable for ihe putting a thin sheet of gold upon one of huts are fixed on these rollers which lot to the milk room Have some profitable culture of farm crops includ Â¬ roll- Â¬ when the season arrives are drawn on care to this and you will save yourself ing fruity to help out the deficiencies of copper and rolling them out in tlie mill the two sheets being first united to the ice in Saginaw Bay Lake Huron from injuring some otherwise good ing - manure- - But manure differs in no de-Â¬ by fusing Filled jewelry found a wide makes of butter Amerioan Dairyman gree from these substances in its ele Â¬ market from the very first The univer- Â¬ The population of this city to which ments its form Is different and so is its sal Yankee peddler sold immense tlie name is given is about five hunÂ¬ Dairying in Uruguay source and ihe farmer may reasonably tities of it and ihe manufacture ofquan Â¬ dred Every hut is furnished with cookit inlook upon all of them in the same light creased year by year Other cities beÂ¬ ing utensils hammocks and a stove and One of the curious customs is the precisely as plant iood and material gan the business but so rapidly did the i occupied by three men whose busi manufacture of butter The dairyman from which new and living matter is demand increase that from 1830 to 1837 produced by a process and change as it was be3ond the power of American ness on the ice is to engage in a peculiar pours the milk while still warm into method of fishing A hole is dug in wonderful in lis power and wisdom as factories to respond to it the middle of each hut to the nil inflated pig or goat skin hitches it the original creation of organized livÂ¬ to His saddle by a long lasso and gal The discovery of gold and silver in a yard square One of ing ijuostance Henry Stewart in 2J California and in the West gave a new water about then takes a live fish tho Jops five or six miles into town with of fishermen Y Times impulse to jewel rv manufacture es the herring tribe and drops it into the the milk saclc pounding along on the pecially oi the more olid kinds In 1860 water after fastening it to a line The road behind him When he reaches A lady from Michigan relates a very there were 463 establishments makinar fish dives away as quickly as possible the city his churning is over the butter pretty story of her little boy whom she jewelry in the United States employing until it is pulled up when it returns to- Â¬ is made and he peddle- - it from door to took last summer for the first time to 5317 workmen and struggling to keep ward the hole followed by a great num Â¬ door dipping out the quantity desired with the growth of population and ber of pike and other large fish desirous bv each family with a lon wooden the seaside The little fellow was great-Â¬ uxury a task which they found to be to feast on it The fishermen stand be ly pleased with the sight One day poon Though all sorts of modern vhen he saw the first ocean steamer ap- Â¬ one of considerable difficult side the aperture with a harpoon and tiri cultural machinery are used on the Tin1 war of 1861 which impoverished proach the coast he was exuberant 6 when the pursuers arrive then a thrust farms of Uruguay no amount oi per- Â¬ mamma just come out and sec Theres tlie South and led to a decrease in the of the four or five proneed instrument suasion can induce the natives to adopt Bo3 amount of jewelry worn in that part of seldom fails to brine up some of the tho wooden churn Some of the for- Â¬ abig locomotive taking a bath Uic Republic gave an enormous stim ion Beacon large hh In some of the huts about eigners use them but the butter is said uJu to It in the North Speculation two hundred of these iWi are thus to be not so good as that made in this The London Medical Times says wa rife in every part of that section caught by the end of the days work curious primitive fashion Fresh milk that a year ago the Clinical Society re The issues of paper money stimulated This congregation of huts has a very is sold by driving cows from door to aounced refreshments after their meet-Â¬ business Everybody was r iking and weird appearance at night when the door along the principal streets and A few fpenuing money and all classes of the fishermen carry out their vocation by milking them into the jars brought out ings as 4unphyslological w eeka since however it was decided by people indulged in expenditures for ob-Â¬ torchlight which attract the fish with- - by the customers Montevideo Letter a vary large majority to revert to the ject of luxury and ornament to an ex out the herring bait 11 there is not an custom on the ground that tent never before known The rich iiounuance of lish ai me cnosen spots is the name of a bouirlit dipinond -- et in trold olid jold the hut rf whnoled to other positions pefle must eat post otiice in Kingman County Kansas MHMa f faffPOftEtQN GOftSfrV od jilTefbraceletsrlngSrWitjreEiar- - w - j THE DAIRY faafecaiT tANtJ1ES - Â¬ Â¬ it2rnr Â¬ -- -- - --- -- - fac-tori- e- fh6i - -- tTin t t 42jsv acre tsfec tw irtferrSsMi -J tT on beins asked II he knew Brown A SUBMARINE VOLCANO Jones Kobihsonand others replied In An Xslsud Thrown Up la the Pacific Oceas the negative The opposing lawer in m worn An Interesting Discovery oraer to convict mm or perjury A new volcano one of the largest orougnt in the petsons named who and most interesting in the world has proved to be fellow workmen of the recently been discovered in the Pacific witness Thats Skinny he said and Dutch Reddy String Skeleton as Ocean near the Island of Honga-Ton-g- a Mr A H Shipley the Consul af they were severally produced 4butl dont know Boston names Auckland New Zealand sends thft Transcript their other State Department the following inter- Â¬ esting account of It A new and vast volcano has arisen fnionfColonel Bill Gibson tho veryefii- TnrtJnn A oronf ImcTuiATi funffninrr in tho Pacific Ocean At daylight on the Piutes on the Pyramid Lake Reser the 13th of October we observed dense volumes of steam Emoke and cloud as-Â¬ vation the Lords Prayer explaining all o cending We sailed sufficiently near to the words and sentiments of it IESTT0JHC the greater portion of it they seem see that it was a sub marine volcanic This nedidne combining Iron withjAR eruption Considering it not prudent to rather indifferent but when they say retetable tonics soicfclv and- ccmwmT Give us this dav our dailv bread approach any nearer that night we lay CTxresDyspegtak IsuentioB Wealc Impure Bteedf jTala to till morning We then approached their interest is so strongly awakened 33C3 fevers and jckxhIzWu rt ClrfU suid mat tney can qe neara nau a miie to within about the distance of two It la an nniiltai remedy for Liseaa 9 miles I have not words to express my Carson XevJ Free Lance It a invaluable foe XriMiew peculiar to wonder and surprise at it3 changing wfect kad sedentary lites Mr W T Hornaday the taxider Â¬ Womts and all Ieuthcaiibelcidjicbe Ar I tUoe not injure splendor Eruptions take place every one or two minutes changing its ap-Â¬ mist of the National Museum who is of produce- conatipatlbn--ofti- r mJMc tfaCfclpoA It eiiriclre ami pearance every second like a dissolving an inventive turn of mindr is construct stimulates the appetite alar toe araimftitlotf ing a unique footstool It isto be made of food relievrs Heartburn ad kktoffa4 view I can only say it was one of the and ncr es Z most awfully grand sights I ever wit-Â¬ ofan elephants foot the nails of the strengthens the muscl JFererr XmiKs For laienulttaU nessed on the high seas As near as foot brightly polished and the top up- Â¬ Xack ef Sucray etclthas m cqwl able to calculate the position of the vol- Â¬ holstered in plush Washington Globe CT Thesenuina bu abovs trade aariad o crossed red lines oa wrapper Take ne her cano it is about fourteen miles from the The Island of Honga-TongAs to the size abolish Philadelphia Press wants to nd Mlr 7 BSQWJ CES3ICJ Cft IUTOW XM kissing Tut tut brother Let of the island thrown up I am unable the young folks enjoy themselves Be Â¬ ThQ Seven Stages of 3Ian to state correctly there being so much cause ones REQUIRE AT SOKE ACE - ALL kisssing i steam and clouds hanging over it but shouldnt wish to days are overhe TTums zwmel rasr deprive others of I judge it is at least two or three miles sweetmeats Boston Transcript long and sixty feet high One means very effectual for the CALEJiDAB preservation of health is a quiet and cheerful mind not afflicted with violent passions or distracted with immoderate i -5 Zi Y Examiner cares--ios s 5s x vs --- i -- BRiBR mm bt - s- -- 1 - 4 M - a- - M I Â¬ 00 H in Feb 5si 3 4 isrr sirlj 1 CO 3 H iulj sri s i is 5 i V - - -- 567 10 U 12 13 U V 17 lfc 19 JO 2A 10 11 i 3 7 X Si l2 i il St li 13 U 15 2 JO 7 8 910 II 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 1U 21 2S 23 M 25 27 1 2 3 4 fi 6 7 8 9 HU 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Hi iO 21 22 J 25 2fi 27 28 29 JO iii 5 6 Au 8 t 0hl 12 15 16 17 It- - in 22 ZS 24 25 X 1 X S SI 2 i 2S 47 18 10 i021 l17 i 03 t 10 of the thumb and forefinger which Japanese dentists acquire a strength PS 1 iT-ft- 3iMHl J H fl enables them to extract teeth without the aid of forceps simply by IirlTrna manipulation TVhy Jews live so Hong Tho Kern England Jledical JTontMy cora UU d2fc JH 0 21 Mar Sep S C 2 fl 7 B 4 IK11 - U Apr Jl J9 20 26 27 12 13 14 15 lb 17 If 21 22 24I25 Hay 456789 It i 22 25 26 r 28 23 11 12 13 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atrara largo proportion aro always condemned -2x5m JTrfiSiKnEtia uiiiiu mi iuuiu icupia wao cat meauin- - f discriminately are very prone to disorders of the blood and of thekianeys for meat is composed of nitrogen which the kidneys have to removft from thn Mru irT onrl rf course they can not do this successfully ex-vviu iLry nuoaiu ui iuuursuiu cure UIO best kidney strengthener nnes3 it is tern- Tho GREAT LIVER partaken of and only the verv and Stomach Remedy m est meat is used Jews also nse alcoholic I nquors very sparingly and thus keep up Forrh cureof alldlsorters of the Stomach Liver digestion and then again they are a BoweU Kidneys Bladder Xerroas Mea Low OS Ue Headache Cos tireness cliday loving and Sabbath observing class AppefFerer Inflammation of theIndlgwtlogjBUIoas Bowels rnevsBi nesa I W i ADWAYO II 1 A pros ministerm a country church when he had reached his twelfihlybe saine thirst and notfindin any water i the shelf under the pulpit called to Housekeeper A trksu roll The actors new part- - An- Â¬ otherThe efforts of the inexperienced all derangements or the Internal vtsccfa -- rCTe7Tezetabie coutalnlssao mercury minerais r oePrice S3 cents per box Eoldbxalldrasgiai slaor The liatnbler ts Â¬ Â¬ secon- Brother Brown theres no The srWSH cnaWeltoperf3nriU3fTrflctloas Ybang Men Head This Do you want some water here DysiKpaiadoappcaraad- with them taa iliaimy of Co of Marshall Mich Voltaic Belt the sytem to contract diseases Tate the raealclas mquired the deacon A glass was The to according- to directions ami observe whaweiy la send their colobrated Electro-Voltai- c and the preacher proceeded to offer Belt and other Electric Appliances brought Falw and Trne respecting diet C2end a Varra toiJK Mr Goodlove whis-Â¬ on trial forSO days to men young orold CO 2Vo 3 letter amp Stntt JCAW2T gulp it down w Tferit -Fale and True pered the deacon waiting for the glass afflicted with nervous debility loss of vitalXJLDWJlYS- I5e ure to zet ity and all kindred troubles Also forrheu Well what is it asked the preacher stopping his libation Dont you think matismneuralgiaparalysisand many other diseases Complete restoration to health youd better offer a little to your ser vigorand manhood guaranteed 21b risk ininon Merchant Traveler curred as SO days trial is allowed Write them at once for illustrated pamphlet free It is well known that Japanese Tt is a difficult iob tc et a hen or a good artisans sit invariably upon platforms example Boston BtMt in or upon theiloor their legs crossed parlSea th up When attempts were Pikes Toothache Drops cureinlmlnnto23c BntlU res the broSen dOTra constitution by Onsaw tinder them oring- health and vlson Soli bkxxl 23c SI aboule made in the Japanese village in New Glenns Sulpliur Soap -- ealfi and beautifies York to introduce chairs auu tables the GEEitAX CORN-- Bemover kills Corns Bunon3 RADWAYS BEADY BELIEF Japanese workmen complained that it tho dryer they are JoKEa are like nuts Forthereief aud care of all Palas Coageartoiu u tired them to sit on chairs and the the better they crack Chicago Telegram Inflammations old custom was continued K Y CO DR RADWAY 32 Warren Skef JL T E Ii Notes Revere Mass was cured o Tribune scald hfrad by using Halls HairRenewer The cost of manufacturing barbed A pair of slippers Banana and oranK Cost of plain peel Loicdl Citizen wire is given a3 follows - 0c Pisos wire 280 license fifteen cents cost of 3 months treatment fomanufacturing and selling sixty five Remedv for Catai rh SoIdby druggists cents total 860 Barb wire has been A real corn tax A tight shoe Boiton Mmr irrerc sold as low as 325 but it is claimed rnbXit Beacon X3EC SC TT-- G fUETEZTS rfs SOD that at the present cost of plain wire cpuchs and colds barb wire cannot be produced for that A stoe enre for obstinate The best remedy HaveSpecialists for Eleven- Years Pact treated Dropay and Its compllcatiansPrtththa Ayers Cherryectoral most wcndeTfelsncceaat use veseuble remedies ea price Scientific American tireiy banmc Remote all syciruxa oCdropsy ht m m Feople we must put up with Fawn- - elghttoiwentydaya Cere patients pronounced hopeJeea ey the best A dealer in pictures says that there broilers Bambler pbjsl clans From the first dose tne symptoms rapidly disappear are probably one hundred and fifty pic- Â¬ and la ten days at least iwu third of aU symptom are removed tures in this country worth 10000 Vrtaesnarcry bcrabns without SnQwtaeanjthtnff apiece but that pictures by great artists aboutlw Kememberlt does not coatyo aaytnins ro realize the merits of our treatment for yoprself-- la often sell at much lower prices He has ten days the difficulty of breathing Is rsneTcdths Rosa pulse regular the urinary organs made to Uscharss known a very good picture by Bonheur to sell at 1200 though hei MARK TRADEy 1 pictures usually bring 4000 or 5o000 lap cases thit have been tappex a nomber of times i deacon 3K XJUOWVX JHXA are a carrier tSW complaint They restore strength totha stowaccaad - DYSPEPSIA I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DR RADWAYS iraaparilllan Resolfenf fl -- i t 1 4 tsi jnbHacw - Chicago Times A letter apprising him of his brothers death was received lately b a man living a few miles from Raleigh NC The death had occurred more than a year and a half ago in Ralefgh and the letter was that long in reaching Chicago Herald the recipient A petrified oyster shell thirtecu inches long seveninches wide and four inches deep was found recently in the mountains near San Luis Obispo Cal and is on exhibition in that town LACoinc patient cold Physician Absolutely Fre from Opiates JEnielic3 and K IAHV W JFoisoTU SAFE SURE nd the patient declared unable to Ure weei Gire full hlKforv at rase Vjm bpt hair lame aKlCted how badly swc Uen and where are bowel coKehaT less barsted anddripned water Send for Jree jufInlneiesthiioala qnestiCB eter Ten dayj treatment furnished free by malL Ep Iepy i llti positively cured ItTOU oruer trial sevt J cema In stamM to vxf IX IX GUE2X fc SONS XL postage G G3 Joaet Teaae-JLttaaSa paca-p-- iet -i- mf rt yaS TLese Discs represent thft Â¬ At DsmaisTS PROMPT Ufa Bcalzxs ELYS T1IE C1URLE3 ATOGELTK COEAlTBOHr3C opposite - Â¬ CREAM a nit ti GsATA 0ALSY1 ESS tra tri i Â¬ Â¬ -- to physician Caaght Take Bed Star Cough no poisons Only twenty-fCure no morphia cents St Jacobs Oil cm es pain ive A rolleu skate gathers no most but a roller skaters shins often get barked JV Cleanses the Head Allays Infiam mation Heals the Sores Capsicum Conir 3rops for Coughs Colds and Sera Throats as Alleviator of Consttmption and of prat benefit in moat cases of Dyspepsia 3EWA5E OF lMITATISMSA - BH sides of DOUGLASS SONS Restores the Thoy too- the rertlt of ovar fcirty yeays eryerla In compot n rtlng wOCCg KrTM K Ulhd Hetall prleo IS cent tier quarter- noamdU TOR SJUUC BT AU BEXLZ -- T Journal a writer TYIiat mikes children shyasks Didnt know they did thought it was horses Rockland Courier GaztUt - -- When you wish to size up a man dont look exclusively at his watch chain Ask him wbat time it is Detroit Free Prtt Senses of Taste Smell Hearing A Quick Relief A Positive Cure Osn rainy day last week Kosciusko Mur ohy being in a hurry to gefc home took a street car There was a big crack in the roof of the ear through which the rain fell and ran down the buck of his neck so he Whats the asked the urbane conductor matter with this enrf Does it do this wuy No sir only when it rains always Texas jvr V7 301Q Wayce Da Pago Illinois Co ue Prtce50censbrinaloratDrujfgiMs Sendfor Circular ELY BEOtHEKS Oweco - T Vnsxlzts ATFEVERto agreeable A particle Is applied into each noatrfl Is Wl I a fSI t t ertfl tfian Iuta thm wtara ziln-- I SMLaraiC cai rzr I har jzrta dleuo of FITSInmatmy longstudy crFAIJrUGSICKSXS3aur mrtir to enr tho worst casen Bocaus otbw tailed is aoroaacnta not now racalTlnffacura Stmiat laralllS can fcr a trastlxi nJ a Treo Bottle of tsf0WfW and Pot OOcts Ii rornedy Giro Xxpr anil Iwjncara yon cotblaffforatrtal tadresa Be H O BOOr IP eari StyawYaelC ft I DURE FITS l7rnnilndlnUauniaTtftOAffDUlfinl 6t j HAS IMPORTED FRCftl FRANCE Percheroa Itore ralnwl at 5500000 which Includes about purity of blood Is tabihed by phprpsrp cordM In tboPerchenra Stad Bock of rmncethe ony Boole erer published In that country Stud Wb 70 PER OEHT OF ALL HORSES No Ropa to Cut Off Horses Uzm ii-7i- ceieorniea iidULi7-HIZ and SKUL Combined can cot be sllppedbrasrborse Sam-ItiUatertoanrpartcl the US ree on receipt or JS1 Sold by a Saddlery Hardicare and Harness Dealers SDerlal dlvxtunt to thel Trade EfSend for Prlce tMC JC LlGmnocsxBoeheeter2i iftings Â¬ Â¬ new arsou Jessy do vou know wbata mh aele isl Yesm Masaysif you dont ruarry our it will be a miracle couldnt speak a M EVER IMPORTED TO AMERICA STOCK CK KAKD Â¬ A Vwgisia bov who word was considered a family treasure until it was discovered that he could whistle Louiuilic Courier Journal IsjritdErcGOares KOmT 3 Sw t HlBn rHKTd iIseriedStallioB Old nonh Xer Serrtcc Two soo 30 Aa sctlT Man er Waaa county tareil oar ffsods SJi 7i mm MrSniktsdEiBRoet rsBtv ji x a Tane Caarassinzottt FSEXi FarBralai m m net Htandard StlTerware Co Bcrtwe Vaa J W un S aia DYKES BE1KI ELIXIR a Im4 jW sa1 7u1 EfcnAtuEMSb JiZZZTi 3 ix a V -- It hns been decided by i couit of com- Â¬ petent jurisdiction that there ia just as much craft upon the land as there is upon the sea Coitee is said to cauae as much heart trouble as Cupid Both have grounds fori c A stanuei in the Capital City of Texas who seemed to m lost asked Gus de Smith Say how do I get to tho railroad depot J Snv how do I feet to the Say what railroad depot V How do I get to the rail- Â¬ Anything else you want mo road depot Texas Siftings to pay Make the A school journal advises Thats what the email school interesting boy tries to do to the beat of his ability Clinton CnucaniaH I Â¬ -- 125 COLTS FHEE Ca yean old and K B CHAFFXX Sc CO MidtmitTtm yinger Eecocilzlcff the tirin- aV S3 niCI35SWLAWS0ettrVp3rxroBi BinTY dpIeacttmedbyalllatelU- - 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