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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m IX -- J4 IS ll The Hazel Green STlNCER COOPER Owner and tditor -- sfej 3Si THE HERALD OF A STOISY WOULD WITH NEWS FROM ALL NATIONS 100 A YcAR Altfjys in Adancg v -- Hl VOLUME mmAf I GROWING OLD HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY Hie vea s arc cresiiHii on apce Tl eEoii8 ami the birthdays steal jvr uid wit ta a lilile apace Tie uea are deeper on ry tiro w iiy wak is more sedate in t d 2Jy friends are ewer choicer now 17 1SS6 THE UNFASHIONABLE ONE A NUMBER oil fnshionalile wnmhn W Hazel Geeen Heeald y iryabBshHI is Welfe Cesraty ran unes tertreJy the couatie of c rm towihs old I daisy tsf biooil ou the gras whfre Judge Uooloy foil llUe attention was pad to lhat w W Welfe Morrsa PowelL Menifee M- ElMett Estill Fleyd KBft BfMtkitt the latter eevea beisjrPerry KmU with Mt a aevspaper of say kiad THE HERALD fa Law-- a4 rM therefore ArtveriSHiHr l4tMt In EaMcn MORXIKS Im growjux old by Mi advertisers can reach ore people any s dvertieaeBt ja its coluwas tkan by fnUSKB m titer jaeaaa EVERY Try it sad be coavinced WtDNCSOAr The ibinxs that plrnsed me when u boy no longer pi nso but bore in tea 1 Tbe frinls that gave me Keitesi Jov Arc scattered faraivl wM or dead I And uy inemry lias a Kan - SFENCERCOOPER trver jmB Erftter so Cey Oce Year fiix WJB6CKIFT10S RATBB Heaths JtUR 60 wtForJption will be entered apos by the aaoney a4 BOuacrptka will be received foi less tfeaaJsixXoatbg jivRTisusa rates Tranctea t ad vertisemertis inserted at eats per Jack first insertion n4 iweaty lve seats for each ubsequeat inscr- JSM llaofe Oae Tear ct-eaty-i-ve IfTse ar hoeks hb1cs accompanied thrice letell a tal- rrtM I like an ifter dlmT iap Tin growing olJ rm rrowinr old Alack Alack Uat yesterday I wis a oy Trith life nefore no unknown track A drcum of gold without allay Oh hut to live it oer aain Oh for the davs of youth and gold But boys sire boys and men are iaea 1 JT old Im fii ow injj in Mtuycss Detroit Free PretJ A BLOOD STAINED LEAF It Kept Alive the Memory of Two Fatal Duele Tvro falsi duels fought within a few months of each other on the same spot the life blood of two men staining a lit tle shrub which too was sapped to death are the bases of a story as true as it is hideously romantic Every one who was in New Orleans in the summer of 1872 and is still living must remem- Â¬ ber the Rhett Coolcy duel Judge Cooley resigned his position as a Judge in one of the courts of the Parish of Or- Â¬ leans to challenge and fight II B Rliett then editor of the New Orleans Picajiine Colonel Rhett had published an ex trymoly abnsive article impugning the Judges motives and viciously assaulting hU character The duel was arranged Baj St Louis Mss on the other sde of Pearl River fifty two miles from Now Orleans was selected as the ground It is unnecessary to mention the names kaewa en application A4ree W8m on lMrreadverdBeaestiiiaale EPRKCTB COOPER Hazol Green Ky PROFESSIONAL JMKASH ATTORNEY AT LAW HAZEL GREEK KY Will practice in Wolfe and adjoining cout ties Coilectieas will receive prompt atten tion PATTEBSON HAZELRGG ATTORNEYS JTT STEBLING KT-- LAW SA4iUEL McKEE ol ATTORNEY AT LAW sKe441 w Jefferson street 11 W l ii in of those who witnessed the said affair rYetoes in the State Courts ass ne in addition to the princixwls will peelaf sliest Ion jrlven to business of all be sufficient to explain the remarkable kinds in the Called States Courts coneidences of which this reminiscence A PORTER LACY tiiats Carson Mudge time the LAW most prominent was at that guns and dealer in sportsmans materials in the Crescent XO City tic was known by all sportsmen AND t liked The weapons selected were F DEPOSITIONS douhle barreled shotguns loaded with EXAMINER ball The manner of loading the gun is H Kzn G rees Ky au important factor when accuracy is 3 M Qottxak J a Lvkins desired as every sportsman knows Air -JTiaLLLT LTKINS Mndge did this service for Colonel lihett AT I AW a- - the earnest sdlielation of the seconds AND lif had performed similar favors before KALFTAT- - Kv Campton AGENTS bnt up to that t me the arm of his man Tltles examined taxes paid for non rest h 1 not been as true nor the intention 4at6 Collections a specialty Real estate a- - Wdly as those which characterized fe mjrht and sold on commission Will prac mju governed Colonel Rhett tice in Wolfe and adjoining counties It was to be a duel a VoidrancCy and irlr Mudge DRRB GiRDNERi Ui his best Two parties of men left New Orleans FHYSXiAN AND SURGEON on an early tram for the bay and ar about ten oclock Carriages u ore take to Nicholson avenue a broad Hazel Greek Kr Jnie runimg from the edge of the Mis s ssippi S rund to the railroad a mile Offers his serviees to the people of Wolfe at adjoialajr counties d slant lust half way from the railroad track fort y yards were stepped off and M KASH DR tlp positions drawn Colonel Rhelts seconds stood over Mudge as he PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON carefully measured the powder weighed the ball and wrapped it In a small piece of Hazel Greev Kr cloth until iheleaden missile had grown wih its covering to a size to tightly fit Teafiem bis professional services to the rsitl the bore It was driven home a few mo Â¬ lens of Wolfe and Adjoining- counties Officw ments after the same operation had been at residence on Broadway performed among the little cluster of 13 1S1 anxious men who stood across the lane Th principals parted with the surgeons HAZEL GREEN KY with whom they had been speaking and w re led to their places Both men slood erect their faces showing deter deadly hatred but no fear nation Tendershls professional servlcesTtothejTeo- lu Facing a Colonel Rhett were orange at resMehec a Hsel Green Helrhts trtfts just beginning to bud and m front of Judge Cooley was a long row of ole blushes contrasted anders whose HOTELS strongly with the spotless white Cape jasmines that alternated with the acacias dotting the rear of a large inclosed gar- HAZEL GREEN Klr un The Sound lay in limitless space on D S CODSEY Proprietor thcast gleaming like polished brass in tn dancing nvys of the sun The bar- Â¬ Patrosage Is respectfully solicited from ererybody more especialli tbe travelinp rels of the shofguns too were gleam- Â¬ public Pirst class accommodations ana ing but the glints were the smiles of a tatisf action guaranteed H phisto rJ The mocking birds were still singing th Ir nioramg welcomes to the bright 1TA2EL GREEN KY cbn when the word was given Are you ready JOHN H PEfATT Prcprietor The two men noddeilassent J Fire One two f3TThe table is 6upplie with theVestit The reports were almost simultane Â¬ the market aad flrrtclas accommodatiOE ous and the duel was over rlU be furnished Jot man and beast Judge Cooley had washed out the eta i on his honor in his blood Col- Â¬ MORGAN HOUSE on Rhett Lad sustained his by killing UT -- -- ATTORNEY AT KOTART IU13I id ATTORNEYS -- EGGS tli5 grass wonld wUhcr and die in tho Why Hens Should llo Supplied with Estf Forming Food whiter and a new crop sprout in the An egg is composed of all the elc tjprng And o the stains were left uu ments that sustain life and unless the diiturbed It was not very long after that a Mr hens are supplied with the materials Eionvenu challengewl Judge Phillips a necessary for the formation of eggs practicing lawyer and had the satisfac they can no more lay than can the cows tion of neeivTing a favorable answer to give a large supply of nrlk on in Â¬ his cat to Not only is the car Again shotguns loaded with ball sufficient food bonaceous material required for the were the weapons and the identical spot waere the Rhett Cooley duel was fought yolk but the nitrogenous matter comwas chosen Once more Carson Mudg posing the white of the egg is essen- Â¬ was called upon to display hs ability in tial Then there are the mineral elepreparing the powder aud ball IF services were secured by the Phillips ments to be supplied with a large cuan tity of water The matter of supplying party Little change had been made in the plenty of water in winter is often overscene about the broad lane and to the looked andyet there can be no eggs ordinary observer there was nothhig to laid until the hens have received the show that a man had been killed on the water necessary for their purpose spot where the Bienvenu pari- - were Hence too much care can not be exer- Â¬ cised in winter when the water easily standing The reason was not the same it is freezes in devising some method for true and the oleanders were not bloom affording it to them Many persons irg Neither was the day so fine adopt the plan of watering the hens Clouds shrouded the smt and the tree three times a day giving it slightly lcoked like gaunt sentinels watching warmed when it becomes au excel- Â¬ In some hallowed place The wind wa lent invigorator and stimulant laden with the spray from the wlvtf feeding not only should a variety be have ps in the wavy Sound and left a allowed bnt the hens should chill upon the cheuks it kissed a it gravel pounded shells aud plenty of dry went moaning through the pine for- earth or coal ashes for a dust bath A est beyond It was a mournful liberal supply of corn will furnish the soene and the men who had gathered material for the yolk but it will not there seemed impressed with the un supply the requisite matter fer the canny nature of the spot and surround formation of the albumen The proper ings Winter had broughf death to feed for that purpose is meat milk o natures beauties and man was pre linseed meal although wheat and oa partially assist The lime does not paring to deal death to his follow The ground though bore no marks conm from the oyster shells entirely of a strujrgle Apparently all bigns of but also from the grains All foods contain a proportion of lime and in those the previous affair had been obliterated But to one who knew and who cared to sections where the water is hard a po look there was a mute witness to th tion is derived through that sourct deadly str fe the memory of which Green food sucli as cabbage and onions are correctives and arc used as a still lived with those assembled Tvvo blood stainnd leaves were eihig dietary regulation and the best method ing to a stem of deer grass the stom of feed ng therefore is to so manage is too was ol ghtly tinged with red bin to give the hens a variety of food leav Â¬ on the other side wore two more leaves ing them to select such as they prefer as green and juicy as they were in the as the natural Instinct of the fowls will spring The cold that had intervened gnde them in preferring that most suitÂ¬ had not chilled nor withered them Tim able for them Farm Field and Sloci ephemeral life of the tender summer man blades had been preserved and pro A DEPOT STORY longed by the vivifying hearts blood of a strong man Cow a BiMkemtn Ditched a Train With Mr Bcnvenu took hs position next Great Success to the incarnadined shrub and awalttt Horrible horrible sir I say horri- Â¬ the word ble I never want to witness such a It was given and the men fired He was a little fat fellow Quickly the seconds and surgeons sight again buttoned up in a neat suit of clothes rushed to each but there was no need of assstance NeHhtr had bsen touched that proclaimed him a drummer at fiisfc A look of disappointment came over sight his little round nose peeped over the faces of two or three but two or his curlod lawn tennis mustache as if to three others were glad that the bullets see what his mouth was saying had sped wide of ther mark chimed in the What has happened The seconds conferred and were inclined to bring about an amicable set- Â¬ usual old woman in mourning and spec- Â¬ tacles who is always around every tlement Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FEEDING FOR PITH AND POINT The man who knows tho levsi re Â¬ quires the greatest space to teU it N Y Mail It is customary in Germany to kill an editor whenever he says anything witty There has been no editor killed in Germany for many years Ecans ville Argm The more hat a man can buy for two dollars the less bonnet a woman can buy for twenty and yet some folks say this world was slung together in perfect harmony Philadelphia Call First Doctor Well Im sorry to see you in this shape Doc Whos pre- Â¬ scribing for vou bv the way Second Doctor Nobody Doing it myself In a rHMiiiiiuib e pew A anioiiribte iionnet Of a fnPhionaMe hue A fitpliluitalile lirNrun In aliishmnite town A A foshloitnhle iiinntte And a faiinittble gvn First Youre committing suicide - Doctor Great Scott Puck dout Tailoi Married or unmarried Customer Married Tailor to cutter Or- pocket concealed in lining of Tailor vest Customer -- Eli What explaining To hide your change you know at night Im married myself Chicago Rambler Itknocks all the ilt oft the ginger- Â¬ bread of an editors life to know that when he has written a fiery and brilliant article denouncing tyranuy and expos- ing slavery he will have to go home and split kinnhnsr wooit tor lus wile and -- 1 Â¬ Â¬ Chica- Â¬ boots shine his mother-in-law- s go Tribune An elderly gentleman is seen to tread on a piece of orange peel and come heavily down on what may be po- Â¬ litely called the small of his back To him polite stranger raising his hat Excuse me sir would you mind doing that again My friend didnt see it Harpers Bazar Jones Â¬ Smith you are the laziest man I ever saw Snrth -- Correct Jones They say you sleep fifteen hours out of every twenty four Smith Cor- Â¬ rect Jones What do you do it for Yon Sntth In order to economize see it cots nothing to sleep but the mo- Â¬ ment you wake up expenses begiu Boston Post Cousin Sophia talented and ac- Â¬ complished Yes I like Mr Fibson He told mo he didnt Hes so sensible care a rap for urnintellectual women v i however beautiful they mffht iue Did ho Cousin Bella only pretty realty Why he told ma lie couldnt He said wom- Â¬ bear intellectual wonnn mission was to be beautiful ans Pittsburgh Chronicle Â¬ Â¬ redat J to - J TATJLBEE D - -- DAYHOUSE IA uHA vehemently exclaimed Mr No Bienvenu I have not come here fot fun nor for an apology I came here to fight to kdl him if I could and I in sist upon another shot Judge Phillips declared he was not anxious nor did he care what was done he was in the hands of his friends The excitable Creole was gesticulating and declaring to his seconds that conferences were useless they had agreed to act for him and he desired that the duel should be to a finish Once more the accommodating Mr and Mudge measured his powder weighed his bullet This time there was to be no mistake Life was in the bal- Â¬ ance and blood should flow The men stood with the stocks of their guns ou their hips the muzles at an angle of forty live degrees and the ham Â¬ mer at full cock Before one had been called the quick Creole had pulled the trigger and the sound of two wa lost in the report of Judge Phillips weapon Mr Bienvenu fell raised his hand and died It is no use hejs shot through the heart sorrowfullv said the surgeon and they bore him away His wife had lost a husband but he had avenger1 what ho had pleased to term an insult with his life When the duelists left the ground the two green leaves of the deer grass were no longer so The dead man nad fallen to the left of the- sprig and the leaves had dipped into his bloud and taken its Â¬ - depot Why said the fat man after get- Â¬ ting his breath I walked down tho track to get a little fresh air when standing watching a freight train pass I saw a brakeman fall down between the cars anil with my own eyes saw forty seven cars pass over him Oh it Here the fat was horrible horrible closed his eyes as though to shut man out the sight broke in the And did it kill him old woman The fat man opened his eyes and in Oh no it didnt an easy way said How could it Only forty kill him seven cars and they only loaded with pig iron coal etc Kill him my dear No indeed he only ditched madame and four box cars nine flat the engine cars after the forty seventh car had passed over him he jumped up as js always the case after forty seven cars has run over a man and commenced to examine the track to see wht dam Â¬ He saidto nie iio age had been done was glad he hadnt broken any of tho rails or fractured any of the car wheels as the company would take it out of hia pay- - Oh Im so glaU he wasnt kiueu exclaimed the usual old woman And so am I said the fat man Tlie train had just come in the old woman and her band boxes got aboard the fat mau went forward to the smoker to smoke and think what idiots soma people are Tlie Judge r -- PODSii -- WEET LUtERTY KY Tfis adversary JAMES silence but only for a moment and up and their Patroaage of the taavollnjr public is re blended in the ethereal with the rpectfitlly slicltea Table always suppled of flowers A man had been with tbe btetlutheraarket Stable attached Iieiume that was all it had been done in a gentlemanly way One glance of AbHLANO HOUSE the surgeon satislietl hiuiOn6 lbok at ItLR POST OFFICE tls face of their friend told tlie tale to J Jf f had loaded ka seconds Carson Mudge the heart of well the bullethad gone to the game and the sportsman wassatls- licd H E 1WSWELV SlS ihu two sets of seconds were satis fieii aU said they were satisfied but H COLE Proprietor agan their carols went tisc L r2lrtora CAMPTON HOUSE CAMPION EY on- - MT A little scrub was growing where Cooley fell audas the red stream ASBURYj PrtprSeier flowed from his breast two drops drip J ALFX i tvvo of its li upondeer grass leaves It was a old Celestine is dead N Y Star fcable i supplied witn theoicest v The a succulent little svjrig of andsintbe3BarKetaaQxnecuaTK Ct 6aro rsa green vegetation render as the sensitive to rSmerjisi iOBabie-- Special inducements pijut The two thin leaves swelled and Much is said in favor of the new tourists q oped with the blood of the deul and kind of bricks made from the waste sand xrattd sent the surplus trough iheir of glass factories which often accumu to tlie stem Yi lates in uch large quantities as to oeca- IN THE OIJB KEL1AE1E iiio dead was removed aim the living Son mucn nconvuience rm uiuu i rcmnied to the city tson in this way the sand is snhjeeted to The newspapers at the time published an immense nyuraunc pressure auu men iBinraiice dled accounts of tin iflHr as repre- - bilked in furnaces at a li gh temperature s- Mtives of all the jonrnnlK wre priiS- - so as to produce blocks of varous form of HAirifonn cokx tmifiit m ivhit nl liiifiii ii wi ci ind voucljted for the ptjrfccllv fair 411111 UMllH tVUJf of lndemrltyNol in whcii a question bf honor color whch are composed of almost WAicb JJeal In Kiabl t Cheap lnun r een dtcdetl under the code TJiore pure siiox rati crusiiing toau tis iruuu xnu li- een no IntuTupton by law ollieors two to three tons per square inch Time Tried and Fir Tested- so subsequent jud al cognVjince Chicago hitrual v nken of the ease Colonel Rlitt IS IIE CB KAPEST THE UPST to hs old hom hi South Caro- r TL Jresldencv of tho United State J ai i- - ann eu toti a iifevvuatiar fMNCANTt is to bu abolished JtLs t Fignfo the nenv the FttiKnu truth teller taa let m know jjtvcgii the puoplo who iGt5t Juige color Four years after the writer visited the spot when attending another duel which was fought in the vicinity and which ended by one of the combatants receiving a Colichmard thrust through the arm The season was winter and everything around seemed dead but the orange trees with their yellow fruit and the magnolias The surroundings looked gloomier than they ever did and it seemed as if the stranger were treading on unholy ground An indefinable something impelled him to search for the sprig of deer grass There it was keeping guard over the ghosts of Cooley and B envenu Its color wis then a deep red and its appearance that of a rusted wire It was petrified but cemented by blood its leaves were as fast to the stem as when at maturity The winds from the Gult had blown the Sound into tonus and havoc had been made with the giant oaks and pnes in the background but the stream whch had made human hearts beat had kept the little shrub erect and Jirm Two years more aud the tree of blood Inquiry developed had disappeared the fact that an old negress a voodoo woman had stolen it and was using it piecemeal in her fettish work How many innocent heads slept over that murdered blood no one will ever know TAR PAVED WALKS Insure Your Property Â¬ Haft 1 mwm - tiHr - - w I 1 m XCJt0JC Directions for tbe Construction of a High ly Satisfactory Garden Walk The London Garde speaking of these walks as well adapted to tho kitchen garden says that it is an error to suppose that they may be taiade by simply pouring tar over stones cinders and coarse sand and then gives tlie fol- Â¬ io wing directions and states that ralks thus made will be very durable clean and perfectly free from odor or liability to soften in the hottest weather a coat re of tar put on with a brush bein quired in a few years First the foundation must be per fectly solid and constructed of hard and durable material three inches in thickness of the tar paving being am- Â¬ ple for all purposes the stones used should be perfectly free from dirt and of a hard angular character in order that they may wear well and keep firm- Â¬ ly together The stones must be burnt in large heaps like ordinary clay while they sifted are ballast mixed very with and hot tar that has been heated until the whole is thoroughly saturated This process is the secret of making tar paving fi mixed when the stones are too hot the tar is burnt if when too cold the sat- Â¬ uration is imperfect It reauires some experience to know the exact heat nee- essary lor successful mixing xnese naths should always be edged with the durable material never live edgings al Â¬ though if desired such may be plautei outside the edging The tile or brick edgug serves to prevent the crumbling away of the paving Take care in lay Â¬ ing the paving that it is rolled until no interstces are left the ordinary iron garden roller is of no use for tho pur-Â¬ pose A heav one of solid stone is needed for consolidating all properly The material should be laid in two coats As to the oiK coarser than the other crushed spar or shells and sharp surface smd may be used I prefer tlie shelf which m ty also be sprinkled on the pau jccasioaally after tho paving ia porfoutii 4 The nullers in are bur muscular men and it 18 seldom thai anyone escapes Wf- - it tt i f No matter how much resistance is miF landed in the store aud held the matr there untThe salesman gets his hands on him This sort of persuasion has recently made trouble for the piillers in and sev- Â¬ eral of tfiem have been brought before the courts A DEMOXSTKATOB OF 3ULL1XEUY ONCE TOO OFTEN Thoy are no respecters of persons and seize upon a man who com Â¬ now nnd then In front of one door half way up the A Too Frequent Test of tho Financial plains of them A sljrt time ngo Justice street a child who could hardly have been Value of Tenpenny Nails Duffy was hasteulng along Baxter itreet more than twelve years old stood out in i Something clinked on the bottom of the cold all day yesterday and attacked the passers by in a manner which did credit the Randolph street car and an indif Â¬ to her teachers At a door or two further ferently washed man wearing bad clothes up another little girl stood shivering be Â¬ and a worse face groped about despair side hr companion who was giving her lessons in the business ingly- Before another door an old woman who Oh the poor fellow involuntarily had resisted the enticements of half a murmured a pale woman with eye dozen solicitors below was loudly wrang Â¬ Us i bu he just looks as and sympathy glasses ling with a lively Italian who would not M take No for un auswer The solicitor though it was the last nickel he had The argued and the woman swore The other nine passengers looked px puller in gained the day however and cessively sorry and the tintinnabulations almoet before the victim knew it she wa of tlie conductors approaching bell hustled iuto the shop and left to the merr body catch Â¬ cies of those inside These punch percolated through the gloom like OKAHUIXG THE UK WARY so the Bowery denizens call them ers melancholy cadences from some distant when he was captured He was hustled in- Â¬ are very wary however and know the mo- Â¬ conyent tower The indifferently washed to a store aud shown several suits of she on man put on a poverty shiver as the con- Â¬ clothes which he was forced to examine- ment they look not a passer by whether per Â¬ Although every is game or ductor came along He escaped by buying some suspeudersand son who walks through the street is ap-Fare please collar buttons Tne next day a man named nroached in some form or other there is My dime sir just fell through the Charles Harris complained to the Justice Lonlv a certain class of women who are of having been knocked about ou Baxter rudely treated foot rack there on the floor Experience has mada street and asked for a warrant for his as Â¬ them cautious about tackling a Where woman but the ordinary Bowery Right down there sir it went clean sailants nrrest v When the man wasÂ¬ brought beform Justice Duffy recog- resident is treated with little ceremony out of sight nized him as AurahaujFriednian of No in- Â¬ Sf Yes indeed Mister Conductor Baxter street who htuT pulled him into his terposed the little woman I saw him store only the day before lose it Tlie persistent clothiers on Baxter street Never mind said the Conductor at have paid no attention to the order of Jus- Â¬ length heres your five cents change tice Duffy and u burly puller in patrolled Ill find the dime when I take the car the curbin frdnt of every store yesterday They pulled and hauled as usual and landnto the barn 1 t a mt Ta Til me everyooay it mouguc wnat a kiuu entT passers toy mume meir v3pnLi-c--tA s Alien man tne conductor was ami me un tnblishments Buriiur the afternoon rd- I Munroe street vashed passenger debarked at the Hal wnrd Mullen of No s strayed off from the Kiwcry and soon sted street crossing himself among Not long subsequent he ascended in Â¬ foundthe men that he the pullersininneedHe I of Avas not Some- Â¬ tnkl to a Madison street trausport 1 clothing but agreed to go inside and look thing clinked on the floor soon after helmd gone through at the stock After said the conductor in- Â¬ the performance three or four times he had Fare sir A DIVISION STUKET it PCMKU IN terrupting tlie frantic search which he enoogh was making among the intersticies of his taking a look at the goods Mullen jjft The body catchers occasionally make angry and tried topassbt a man in front a mistake however Oue day last week a the foot rack of No 42 grabbed him by his arms and modest little woman plainly dressed ia Ive lost my dime sir and it pushed him into the store Then he shut black passed the fHfiners row oalier Bff the door and put his back against it until way to the Chatham Squnre Station The You are tho she came across ap-the clerk appeared Mullen was led to the first miller in Bfcig jrettr of the store His overcoat was taken I proached hera little crtutioWy and metf worked who Blacked tramp m dViK fvttViliTitwi pTand half a dozen coats were put on one r Willi nOTCapUlree FillIW srwiiurt ciiiiniircinu l that He was buttoned upnud by the others failure became a trills muret--after aiioth Biff Bin the the wrinWea patted down and a glass attentive whiIeioyiJ-KrHP-I-hep-- ly Dodge on me last week thrtihtLfore him Mullen did not need an arm and nearlv forced her inside the door Bang BaUgl overcoTit so the pers stent clerk compelled Jne woman uecume irin iieu uuu the men him to try on several suits of clothing- The wonipn screamed back down the street Meeting- an oilhwts- t laughed and he fishing himself out of a num Â¬ a few bloeksaway pqccouiplHiued tq IihUj The same thing- was repeated at Th puller in arrested the slushy snow loosed unutterably ber of stores A man named Lawrence and had the bankrupt as he spitefully cast away his seized him and pulled him into No 64 Bjix noxt morning the stranger appcarSt was emnant Stock in trade -- a handful of ter street This was a boot and shoe store agaist her and the The proprietor told him to sit down took fined ten dollars Tor disturbing the pae tenpenny nails Chicago News This was a rare exception however as m off his old shoes and litted him with a well polished second hand pair The E hoes did most caa s persona will not take the i not suit so a new pair wju produced Mid trouble to go to court-- TheofiiceroalJeatf Ten thought that he had been bothered PRETTY GIRLS yesterday on Division street said that this enough nud made up his mind to have his unwillingness on the part of the people In With a jump he suited to complain of the women is the Beauty By Jo Cleans as Attractive as It turn on the pull riri Supposed to fVe now shoes and started out of reason that the nuisance can not b Is snatched the tie Beauty in women is sot to be under Â¬ the store to test the ones on his feet after abated women recognize the fact that These ran down the street with Lawrence valued but it is easy to overvalue it A him aud was caught by a friendly puller the police cani not tonrii them whiTe- - j well known employer who has about in who lirid him for a policeman Mullen standing witton the limits of thir dovr la ib Sght tKey two thousand girls in his store and was marched off to the station house aud steps aud whn the officer beyond buitiuhugM are very careful to not go lucked up on a charge of larceny work rooms was asked thrf other day As the reporter left the crowd in front of But they have a system of spottuurbim sell more the shoe store he was seized by a puller aud the moment he has turned the c0010whether a pretty girl goods than an ordinary looking one in for it hat store The man took him by wool is signalled all along tbe line and tliey pushed him into the store A induTere i their trade again with thejrreat- - mti After hesitation he answered doubtful- Â¬ his anus and the door and standing be- Â¬ 1 est freedom Besides the arrest uiuutijined closed clerk ly Yes if she has other qualifica- Â¬ tween it and the reporter politely took off above only one other has byen made for SM Beauty alone he said will not the tatters hat and said Burke as he several weeks A young gr- bappenilto tions lure the money from a careful customer looked at the name inside be strolling down thejstruet WjkinjJato-----th- e shop windows wUea she became the and when a irlrl is too conscious of her What kind of a hat do you want the bona of contention between two rivAt disDOsed to depend upon nian asked still holding the hat heautv and is body catchers and was nearly torn to I dont want anything to day it for her power to please it becomes a pieces in the strugirle One ofthiiwomsn in You dont mean that hindrance The intelligent mind the the excitement of the momfitt siapperl the I tell you I dont want anything hre winning manner the earnest purpose Dont you want a ten dollar gld otJter iri the fni e The young girl who watr which are the other qualifications piece inquired the clerk as he took down the cause of the qnarrel eentpwl apd am- - j give success otficer arrj sfced the pitllssrs in aiul py an dozen hats fwm a shelf It is much the same in the great affair halfJ a a t uiiii iniv t unij end to thefiirht Genera tlv however t1T jrr iinim Beauty alone s by nc of marriage work with the greatest harmony atlda Willi youd take that wouldnt yon means the attractive force it is often Tlien how do 1 know bnt yoil wantahat traveler runs the gautltjt froio one tothef ix i nni supposed to be Dull conscious irre Â¬ lOudontKnoiv tvimi von mint i p tt From eight oclock mthe mommgi tilir sponsive beauty pleases but for r mo Tlie man laid out anasr5ieufc of bate mtuit and does not in that moment and named the pries finally making are-- eight at iigtit Chey stand at theirpoetUC anJ please much It is the good kin friend duction ou all of tliHin Up trial on one the yar round Iki re hauled go TtuiitUc m Occasionally thfy nftvr another ami billed attention to clothil ke and hat ly capable girl whom we all During this themselves but they otilnd nuib who can soonest convert liking intc the great bargains offcreil- ImtinhlM hand warm before the window on the alfert fjlraj atoly reporters love If in addition to all thf i nice time he held the ivH it un At Inst the re-- customer tsatunlH v afUruoon aud even- oric1 ti sc o qualities she has the gift of ty novter made known his errand when the ing is the time of tlwn -highcftrniv ul strd much the better B it wo can nspense in Ui ejiplatliwi ne was torceo 10 Ksp i itwuim uirCTiin-w-vvith that very camy when tho heart is ugru go tjie crowd thnt puv vocU nnllBFinr on nrcouut ufthe coiuyoUhoo good n tba mlmi mlllgantcir 7- 21c said it cosi him svatvflvo cyntf v I U ijjyry tt pwwf 9 g man In tin case of Miekael Whin who had an encounter with the man hi front of No ISji Monday lie received jcralema and had hit coat torn It is it ftvqisent occur- A fashion- le welcome rence to have his collar and necktie or tho At the ra4iitinUli deor A fttshionsthle- puiiiu buttons of ins coaturuoft whnosfcrugyig Uo tlie fuli oikMc ioor to avoid trying on clothing The wknlct A fash ciab e flenvim business is carried on by pursunumfc first Ami n raliloiinlio Hell and thuu by force The traders rely upon A fu h onahle llibie For t i s nwhoimMe belle imprHig thrirvietlms with the ehip A fiShOiiillr kneeiin of the goods nnd after putting the clothe Anl a raliou lle m d on them refuse to give back the oM tmri kw A fah omttile uvertuinsr I and in this way frighten a great many peo Aa But Ao Fashtonahle Gill Merchant Ti avzr f pie into buying what they never needed s s wanted THE PULLERS tN The custom of puung in is not coa- - n fined to Buster street nor to nwn alona Employed by Ret nil DcalfM on Certain The same business methods arrJmcticed Streets of New York IInv Ilutters with great success In Division jjtr only Shoemakers aud Clothiers Drajj in Their herc the players in the ame arts women Customers The Women Take Tart In and they work for uiilKners The whole Grabbing the Unwary Experiences In cast side of the h ng blocks between Catha Â¬ Running tho Gauntlet rine street and Market in given up almost From Canal street to Chatham the south entirely to bonnst makers and evvry door greedily seek Â¬ has its puller in before de of Baxter street is lined with many ing what she may devour it i clothing stores set these fe Thev are a curions-lookir-- g Each establis- Â¬ male pullers in They represent nTiuosST hment has its every age and nationality under thesmisThe woman who walks alone through Dvpuller in vision street must have a strong mind and of the a Btronger ami to resist the prowess- of door whose busi- Â¬ these pullers in Very few pas3 through I ness it is to allow the gauntlet without leaving some of then JI itr money in the shops Thfe business has MADE FOU PRINCE ALEX h O b 0d V to pass been so long established that it has been along the street reduced to a science Many of the women axikk without getting them into the store Tlie have grown gray in the service but there aidetvalt isnarrotv and all but about ftjur are always on hand a number of little girlsfeet is Llocked with a massoi hanging over-Â¬ in training learning the tricks of the trade- coats and full suits of clothing mounted oa dummies Tlie puller in is thus able to block the sidewalk and turn the stream of pedestrians into the store It is the ambi- Â¬ tion of jfsrery puller in to let nobqjlypa63 him If the man has escaped from the store above o special effort is made to grab him At --first theenterpriBing agents politely ask 4Jy itviQ f r lnrl- - of- tkpii Ktnnk but if ja fnsSiiontbe pra url ook And u f sh oiiitliie choir A iHhinntitilc eh ipel Wlih a fHMiioniiMe pTre A fiishnimble pn With h fHShionahle speech A fahioiiHlile sermon Slnde or fash oimtili- - retich day for his helper who attende to he V outwidepartof the busings All along Baxter street the same system of forcing trade is practiced- - No sftla are made by the men on the sidewalk but it- their duty to see that uo on is allowed to escape from the htore On several occasions persons were caught in the doorwjvy nmtr forced iracfc again into the store Now ushI then a fight occurs in the sfcoverf when the puller in is summoned tOttewreof-thy-- - ahr -- - - oC - stand-ing-iniro- nt - m vl - d f fh ionQ L JJL7 trn w 3 vm l - -- well--dress- ed 1T a JmuJ In m 1 - -- - - - ody-cntrherm -- K v 00 - - 1 - - iviDjjuuv MV b--- - Lidgx V affeSMBitfKrr fijij- - MjjslGbses Eater kC4ecE HEEA Fetece Master at tfe Hmm4 cJag Grea Ex Gov Horatio Seymour died at his home Utica N Y on Friday night last He had filled many high stations as with eminent ability and was an honest conscientious public man The indications now are that the House will sit down on the Senate bill repealing the Geological Survey and they will do a powerful good work when they do so PENCEX COOPER TTEDKESDAY i Editor 1886 loaded down and it is impossible to con- Â¬ tinue to credit those whose notes and ac- Â¬ counts are past due We must have pay from you and will take live stock at its value on notes and accounts Do not call for credit even if you are good if you are owing us and have not settled We mean what we say J T F Day A Louisville Commercial Only five years ago a report of the coke-making H POSITIVELY CURED eThe Arkansaw Traveler HAZtL GREEN Latent Source of Wealth KY FEB 17 Beotiea First in AHgast Tot Circuit Judge 13th District JOHN E COOPER For Commonwealths Attorney Cou L M DAY CeHtv Judge G B SWASGO Democratic Ticket 18SC Monday Breens Linimenntis certainty the best ted much space to the unique combination of remedies for cornsneural regions of western Pennsylvania a giapains in the back and side etcever district which like the oil regions of our produced State can not find duplication in the world F Day At that time the Pennsylvania J TD Laxdsaw Hazel Green D coke was a commercial fuel sought by Stillwater Cassidy Robixson Campton iron founders and smelters throughout Pittsburg Chamber of Commerce on the elements of prosperity of that city devo- Â¬ eaHtvAttornev J C LYKESS Conn Clerk DAVID HOGG Sherir G T CENTER CircKit Cosrt Clerk W F ELKTNS Assessor W G W CRUEY Jailer GEO W DRAKE Sarveyor H BURKS KASIL Coroner FIELDEX COX Ceaaty Scheol Supt JOHX 3L ROSE CoHHtv THE KEWS KENTUCKY this country and the supposed monopoly in its supply encouraged Pennsylvanians Sreatkitt ABBOBacemtnttv We are authorized io announce Ji of the Democratic party Gen er of Breathitt county subject COMBS a candidate for the office to the action of Survey If Winfield Scott Hancock died suddenly Tuesday the 9th inst at his headquarters on Governors Island from bundle on the back of his neck z Bisiknersl took place at orristown Pa on Saturday February 13th The following gentlemen acted as pall bearers Hon Thos 1V Bayard Secretary of State GensTSficrman Sheridan W B Franklin TV F Smith J H Fry A H Berry John Newton Nelson Miles F A Walker Mr B 3L Hartshorne CoL W P Wilson and Maj W D Miller the of the iwo latter being late war deceased during the Winfield Scott Hancock was born Feb ruary 14th 1824 in Montgomery county Pa He graduated at West Point in 1844 and served mostly on frontier duty till 184C and afterward in the Mexican war He was brevetted as first lieutenant for callant conduct in the Tjattles of Contreras and Cherubusco From 1848 to 1858 he was again on frontier duty in Tarious parts and from 1859 to 1861 was quartermaster of the Southern district of California At the breaking out of the civij war he was recalled to Washington and was made brigadier general of volunteers September 23 1861 During the Penin Â¬ sular campaign he was especially con- Â¬ spicuous at the battles of Williamsburg and Fraziers farm He took an active part in the subsequent campaign in Marjland at the battles of South Moun- Â¬ tain ad Antietam Having been made major general i he g commanded a division at Fredericks On July 1 1663 nd Chancellorsviile the first day of the battle of Gettysburg he was sent by Gen Meade to decide whether a decisive battle should be given them or whether the army should fall back He decided it was the place to fight and took immediate command till Gen Meades arrival In the decisive action of July 3 he commanded the left center which was the main point assail- Â¬ ed hy the Confederates and was severely wounded For his conduct at Gettys burg he received May 301866 the thanks of congress Being disabled by his wound he was on sick leave until March 1864 but kept engaged in recruiting the second army corps which was placed under his com- Â¬ mand He took the active command of this corps at the opening of the campaign of 1864 and hore a prominent part in the battles of the Wilderness Spottsyl vania Court House and North Anna the second battle of Cold Harbor and tho operations around Petersburg until June 19 when his wound breaking out he was for a short time on sick leave He afterwards resumed command and was in several engagements until Novem ber 26 when he was called to Washing Â¬ ton to organize the first corps of veterAides-de-Cam- John WBreathitt Jr was shot in the abdomen and probably fatally wounded by Wilber Wilson on the 9th at Hopkins ville The young men were apparently on good terms When the shooting occurred Breathitt was stan ding in front of grocery store on Nashville street and d Mr Wilson who was passing with a targetgun which he fired with out tak Â¬ ing aim when numbers were standing on the street and passed on thinking no one hurt The ball entered Mr Breathitts abdomen and at this time he is not expectedro recover Mr Wilson appeared overwhelmed with remorse and declared that he had no intention of wounding any one Mr Breathitt is a son of the Countv Clerk and brother of Renresenta- tive Breathitt The Commonwealth Kentucky needs a million dollars to pay outstanding claims and carry her through the present financial pinch and yet is inhibited from borrowing a dolfar This is one e good feature in the Constitution There is nothing to do snow-ballegenerally-out-of-dat- p but economize but Â¬ the work of economy and how The Richmond Register learns that Easter will fall on April 25 this year the first time it has been so late in 152 years March 22 is the earliest date that it can appear on Sundaj after the first full moon following 21st of March It will not again fall on the 25th of April until iy3 Jessejones a wood hauler of Bath county vas knocked down and robbed of 50 at the Slate bridge near Owings ville on 8th inst Smith Goodpaster and his son Brack were recognized by Jones as his assailants and the sheriff is hunting them Versailles is now in the midst of Cue of the greatest religious revivals ever held there The revival is not in the interest of any one denomination but tne result of a united eflort upou the part of all Christains The Commonmealth The Frankfort Yeoman says the State house will last fifty years longer That is good news Let cooperation of the demand for a new State house be postponed fol viy who will commence te found a rival already in the Elkhorn re- Â¬ gion in Kentucky The presence in the Connersville coke of ninety per centum of fixed carbon was boasted of at length in the Pittsburg report Now comes a competent authority to the effect that the Kentucky coke contains a percentage of fixed carbon somewhat more than ninetyThis is from John J Stevenson -six Professor of Geology in the University of New York City As for sulphur which is undesirable in iron manufacture the Connellsville coke contains nearly eight tenths of one per centum While the Elkhorn product yields less than five eighths The Pittsburg report expresses the opinion that the discovery of another deposit of coking coal idenical with that of Pennsylvania would be worth untold millions but expresses with gratification that all efforts in this direction have been in vain Thanks to the Geological Survey of Kentucky it has been developed that this State is able to discount by far the Connellsville supply of coaking coal There can be no doubt that the grade is identically the same and the area of the deposit is much greater in Kentucky than in Pennsylva nia 1ms Llkhorn coal covers an area of fifty miles long by from fifteen to twenty five miles wide fronts the north- Â¬ ern face of Pine Mountain and runs over portions of Pike Letcher Harlan Leslie Breathitt Floyd Knox and Perry counties It is yet undeveloped The Connellsville region was opened in 1865 To day it has nearly 13000 coke ovens a capital of over 12000000 gives employment to 6500 men and produces 6500000 worth of coke per annum What has been done in Pennsyl vania may be repeated in Kentucky esÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to believe themselves forever safe from competition in a great source of wealth and profit But the Connellsville coke has Thousands of cases of sick and nervous headache are cured ererv Tear by th use of The most refined and most popular of all the humorous journals TunsEfcs TsBitTMEKT ifrs Gen Augus- Â¬ tus Williams of Parsons Kas vrho was ap Â¬ Eight Pages Forty Eight Columns pointed by the governor and State of Kan Of the choicest Original aud Selected mat- Â¬ las lady commissioner to the Worlds Fair ter every week at New Orleans says TCENERs Treat Â¬ PRICE 200 A YEAR POSTAGE PAID ment completely cured mc and I think it has no equal for curing all symptoms arising TO ANY ADDRESS from a disordered stomach or from nerrous special offer debility For female complaints there is nothing like it By special arrangement with the publish- Â¬ ers of this paper The Arkan saw Trav Â¬ eler will be clubbed with The Hazel Young or old if you are nufleriug frm gen- Â¬ Green Herald for 250 thus ofTerinir an eral debility of the system headache back- Â¬ opportunity to secure both papers ache pain in one or both 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Treatment In hundreds of cases dress READ on receipt ofPublishersAdBEN II AM one box has effected a complete cure It is Little Rock Ark a special specific and sure cure for young or middle aged men and women who are suffer- Â¬ ing from nervous debility or exhausted vital- Â¬ ity causing dimness of sight aversion to so Â¬ ciety want of ambition Ac For HARD TIMES DOWN GOES THE PEICES We are now receiving another LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK of every variety of Good to supplv the demands of all our customers at WholeÂ¬ sale and Retail which we PROPOSE TO SELL FOR CASH or exchange for Produce aud live Stock We have often tried to establish a trade on a Cash baals but have as often failed We have also notified our friends and customers of the DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF THE CREDIT SYSTE3I and our intention to reform our business but little attention has been given to what we have said Xow we intend to establish upon the ruins of the old credit system a STRICTLY CASH BUSINESS which will enable us to sell you goods To the Women Cheaper Than You Have Ever Bought Before We in particular invite the attention of RIVER 3IEX and others to our large stock of CLOTHING DRY GOODS c c which we are oflfering at special low prices for cash To all of our customers having accounts due we most earnestly solicit to come forward and make settlements Yci owe it to us to do so as well as to yourselves as honorable men We will sell you goods cheaper than you have ever bought them lefore w can better afibrd it because wc will take no risk on time Respectfully Nervousness JT Si F DAY restoring vital power this discovery has never been equaled Ladies and gentlemen will liud TURNERS TREATMENT pleasant to take sure and permanent in its action Each package con- Â¬ tains over one months treatment The Treatmemt with some late discoveries and additions has been used for over 30 vears by Dr Turner in St Louis in private and hospital practice DYSPEPSIA Strengthening the nerves and IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF CELESTLNA PERFECTION AT LAST ams LATEST jMPafaKSfWTytCtVj VJA yJrJffftm tmttfiBKk XSD Greatest AND Sums DT receipt of price Thousands of cases of dis eases mentioned above have been cured with one package aud knowing as we do its wonderful curative effects the Treat Â¬ ment having been used in private practice for over 30 years in St Loiiis we will give the following written guarantee With each THIED EACS TJNI0OTESET3 order for 3 boxes accompanied by 2 we will send our written guarantee to refund the money if the Treatment does not effect a cure Send money bv postal note or at our risk Address E LiJiakc Co Sixth THE JOHN SHILUTO COMPANY and Market Streets St Louis Mo Â¬ Price Timbers Trkatm ext vcr tack age three packages 2 sent prepaid on 1 AUTOMATIC Musical 1MSTBUMENTS Of WSk Cincinnati the Age CATALOGUES PEEEL BOONEVILLB 11 01 Wholesale and Retail Dealers in EMILY TRIPP cHsqnHaHorcsiavMnMRrBVVMvavviMHeavsvavwii1 I AGENT FOR OPERA FIAP at And dealer ia ORGANS aad all kinds Musical Goods i J 11 I II iiiul iib aliuUl J EOOMEVILLE BBY GOODS 5 5 1 9 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky T - OWSLEY COUNTY - KENTUCKY CARPETING Race Seventh George Streets JOHNSOraODYNE X pecially a3 we have here immense de Â¬ posits of iron ores contiguous to the coking coals How this may be done it has been one of the objects of the Geo- Â¬ logical Survey to point out Is the Leg- Â¬ islature rcadv now to put a stop to this we who hjive used A Schoo for Teachers A SAWDERS Cincinnati OYv SIIIVELY Postofiice Campbellsvillc WITH O Ky W y LINIMENT A Principal Â¬ Breens Liniment is pronounced by all it to be the greatest rem- Â¬ Miss Nanxie Fisher graduate 1SS1 edy for rheumatism sprains cuts bruises etc Sold bv 18S3 Allte Sanders years J T F Day Hazel Green CapL S M Boone of Somerset has il Birdie Sanders 1SSL D D Landsaw Stillwater entered suit for 10000 damages intbe Cassidy Robinson Campton Boyle Circuit Court against Editor F M Green of the Richmond Register for Let the Cood Work be Continued TEACHERS CAN ENTER AT ANY libel Louisville Commercial TIME Ricliard Bakrow a Louisville drummer The abolition of the Geological Survey has been found guilty of abducting a and Immigration Bureau at Frankfort woman at Shreveport La The ollense would leave the State without any agen- Â¬ Third Term commences Jan 27 1SS0 is punishable by cufinement in the State cy for answering the many requests which are made for information concerning and the Fourth Term commences April Gth prison for not more than five years 1SSG The Louisville Tpographical Union Kentuckys advantages The coal and adopted resolutions protesting against the iron and timber in the State can not Teachers Terms Third and Fourth Tuition S1000 per Term system of awarding the public printing of stand up and tall attention to itself Much of it lies among the people who the State to the lowest bidder erWRin for catalogue free Mary Andersons receipts in Cincinnati scarcely know of its value and who do last week were 9260 She gave but not know how to call attention to it four peformances averaging 2315 each The State has lands and minerals to sell and it must have agents to point them performance out and attract attention from outThe share of this State in the distribu- Â¬ side The Geological Survey inthe vathe tion of monev to the schools as proposed rious phases ot its work has done good by the Blair bill will be 4316900 service in this respect and it ought to Samuel Thompson a Ballard County be continued man had Ins skull crushed by Alex Slater in New York Breens Liniment removes knots and Has attained a standard of cxcellenco wliic all enlargements on horses or other stock admits of no superior It contains every improvement that inventive Â¬ Â¬ Diphtheria Crcrap ithiw BroacMtli 2Tnrala Shi Z3M41MS J Hearscceea Inflasaaa Hcknz CoaEh WhaODinar Crexh Cstrrrs Caolr XHsrrhcsa Kidney TroaSle acd SplnalDUao et Famplet tr3 Dr I 8 JorTiimi M CUBXS DADcnye 2To MAKE X3W rubaohj Burgundar Go 17 and 19 Hopkins Place n BALTIMORE MD pills vrero a Trondcrfal dlseavsry Th otws Una Cerr n the worli TIE petUTlT aewr oc rellava all mariner or dlsesa Tha lnforaatlon around each box i vrottateaUsM pllla Find out about theia and you wiU always b tfcniTUl OaiU adoa XUuttMMHiTM sox it co a frca BoiacTenrcrherecraenta7 mm rorafcam stamps ur Sheridans Conottiosn 3 trill mis Xa 2s libs as purs and highly oon St jS aS xm cMalcam aaater i i MU H 9131 sHtfov osntraied One ounces alldlaaaaaa at h is worth sponadofl Is wortfe Ha wsiafct strictly a msdlaine to book by sail Ha Hwnn vriti frw saaS tieaas Wi XX Sold ererywhere or sunt by mall for 25 oal la aUBfi 5 1 lbDXU 31xoana by exproas prepaid tor S5C0 I S JOHSfSO BLOOD sica PILLS ex oc r Hll e At mt iw fen y fiFibii Mumwclrb i s nEii RHisny -- g uanj n 9 Happiness results from that true contentment which indicates perfect health of body and mind You may possess it if you will purify aud invigorate your blood with Aycrs Sarsa parilla E 31 Howard Newport X H writes I suffered for years with Scrof-Â¬ ulous humors After using two bottles of AVers Saraaparilla I Saw Mill for Sale cluding a Hazel Green Academy HAZEL GEEEN KY The Trustees of this institution haTe secured the services of ProL N B -- I have a saw mill which I wish to sell 10 TEX IIORSE ENGINE in- Â¬ OH COTT ftyg The saws are 52 and 30 inches respectively SCOTT The large is the DISTOX CHISSEL EIT and the Mill a No 1 STANDARD GAItll CO aain Address P OBox502 Found great relief It has entirely restored me to health James French Atchison Kans writes To all persons suffering from Liver Complaint I would strongly recom-Â¬ mend Aycrs SarsapariHa I was afflicted with a disease of the liver for nearly two years when a friend advised me to take this medicine It gave prompt relief and Mrs II 31 Kidder 41 has cured inc Dwight st Boston 3Iass writes For several years I have used Ayers Sarsa parilla iu my family I never feel safe even J W DEJARNETT iAYS and the third term will commence A JGUST 31st 1SS5 and continue ten 10 month Hazel Green is th most desiraMe locaÂ¬ Sunday-- Takis Ky Â¬ NEW BUGGY WCUKS OT STERLING KY Â¬ LEGISLATIVE ans After the close of the war he was placed successively in command of the middle department 1865 6 the Depart- Â¬ ment of Missouri 1866 7 of Louisiana and Texas 1867 8 of Dakota 1870 2 and on the death of Gen Meade in No- Â¬ vember 1872 of the Department of the East In the Democratic National conven- Â¬ tion at New York in July 1868 he was a candidate for the presidential nomina ition but Horatio Seymour was nom- Â¬ inated In 1880 he was again a candidate for jthe presidency and was nominated at he Democratic National convention held in Cincinnati with W H English for vice president but this ticket was defeated in the following November Since that year until his death Gen Hancock has lived a quiet and unosten- Â¬ tatious life at his headquarters at Gov- Â¬ ernors Island near New York City The last occasion he4was prominently before the public was when he was call- Â¬ ed upon to take entire charge of the funeral obsequies of Gen Grant W Mr I 1 i t i The Kentucky Legislature seems to keep Eastern Kentuckys in terests in the far away future The act establishing the Geological Survey the most useful of all State bureaus has been repealed in the Senate hy a Tote of 20 to 5 At a time when the world was just beginning to recognize the fact that we have unlimited resources when cap italisls were devising means of reaching these resources the bureau must be abolished and its work unfinished And for what reason pray If economy be the plea for this action the Kentucky Legislature should have voted a reduc- Â¬ tion of its salary to say one half One thing is certain the Geological Survey has cost less and been of more benefit than a dozen Kentucky State Senates We hope to see the House show more sense than to repeal this bill and pray them for the people of this country to sit down on the action of the Senate Mr Taulbee has obtained leave to have J T F Day Hazel Green considered a bill in regard to the repeal D D Landsaw Stillwater of laws relating to sale of li ora in MaCassidy Robinson Campton goffin county Passed a bill making navigable Brush Blain P ROGERS Creek in Lawrence county Passed WITH The Sate Senate ha3 passed a bill by a vote of 25 to 6 providing that shall de punished at the whipping SHIPLEY DOISY CO post the wife to be a competent witness against the husband The Georgetown Times thinks some- Â¬ body would confer a vry great favor on the Kentucky Legislature by inforning that august body what to do with the State convicts The Pleuro pneumoniabill was amend- Â¬ Cor 4th and Elm Streets ed and passed in therHouse It now goes back to the Senate for its concur- Â¬ CINCINNATI OHIO rence oi the amendments The enate adopted unanimously a resolution providing for the election of na w fie a Public Printer and Binder next Thursday ma m M tfPB h 5 Petitions protesting against the repeal aS of the Geological Survey are pourinsr in to the General Assembly from all quar IBWARRANTKD to cure Feyrji and w ters Ague Intermittent or Chill Fevor Re No cure no pay Sold by genius skill and money cau produce ju Fonf Â¬ J AIM wife-beate- rs IS f3g s5Kgl COMBINED J8SlSiM NirfSiss9J Coiiroy D-HAND Shore tion in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky and noted for the advantages it has ia schools churches temperance society and health This school presents advantages which are not equalled in the State in many par- Â¬ ticulars auti its fnture is destined to work x good to our country which will be felt Terms rcasoiiabfe for both tuitiOB acd beard 1or terms c applv to Prof NT B11AYS Principal OBGA1T Keep on hand BUCK BOARDS and SECONBUGGIES and Repair and Paint all kinds of work u EANTETJ fob SIGN PAINTING Will receive Mr Shores special attention CONROY SHORE Give us a call HALLS VecQtable- - DRYGOOISri At Home These Orgrans aro celebrated for volume quality of tone quick response artistic design beauty in finish perfect construction mnking them tho most desirable organs for homes schools churches lodges societies etc wJrxEqUAIXD FACILITIES As a liver medicine and general purifier of the blood it has no equal 3Irs A B Allen Winterpock Ya writes 3Iy youngest child two years of age was taken with Bowel Com Â¬ plaint which we could not cure We tried many remedies but he continued to grow worse and finally became so reduced in flesh that we could only move him upon a pillow It was suggested by one of the doctors that Scrofula might be the cause We procured a bottle of of the trouble without it HAZEL GREEN KY Stands at the head of Low Prices with ev erything vou want in F McGUIBB Tioot ESTABLISHED REPUTATION DRY GOODS NOTIONS Slioc4 Hats Clothing SKILLED TVOItKaiEJr MAKE THIS - BEST MATERIAL GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGS c FLOUR BACON The monev is what I want and I will give MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH than any other house in town Count rv produce taken in exchange for F McGUIRE goods Â¬ s gcg THE POPULAR ORGAH Instruction Books and Piano Stools analogues -- Â¬ and Prico Lists on application pass CO Contrary to what many people would by the sub committee having that subsuppose Gen Hancock died a poor man ject in charge The citizens of Jeffersonvillc Ind are and his friends in New York haye start Â¬ organizing a Law and Order League for ed a subscription fund to be presented the purpose of driving out thegambkrs to Mrs Hancock Mr Tilden subscribed who now infest that locality 1000 Wm R Grace 500 and others A man must pay 23S0 for the privi250 each Jn Philadelphia George W lege of selling liquor in Columbia Mo Vnlnrnl rn- has hwn found near New Childs and A J Drexel gave 1000 each coupling their gifts with the promise of Albany Ind at adepth of 2S0 feet - saore if jjecessary The necessity for Ex Governor Seymour of New York dangerously ill this action is explained by the free giv is ing of Gen Hancock to all the distressed Look Here Read this please Ve fhave carried 1otv customers until vre are jrho called boob him Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Miss Lula Hurst the electric girl who made such a sensation North and West Malarial poisons over a year ago is now a student in Harpers S C July 9 JJSS4 Shorter Female College at Rome Ga For eighteen months 1 suf-Miss Lula was a poor country girl who ered with Chills and discovered by accident that she could having Chills every other dsy- tumble a man out of a chair by merely is a hard touching it Her father who After trying various remcdi unsentimental man at once put her on recommend ed to cure used the road and returned in a year with bottle of dyers Ague Cure and 100000 Last week he entered his fa- Â¬ have never since had a chill mous daughter in the college there FDVWJf BARPER Rev Sam Jones the great evangelist prepared by and divine recently discoursed upon C Ayer Co Lowell Haaa Dr J The most newspapers and remarked beautiful sight in the world is to see a Id by all Druggists family around a cheerful fire with the n head of the family reading his local news- Â¬ SAVE YOURlipNEY AND BUY paper which he has paid for in advance bam should have also drawn on the YOUR GOOLfe CHEAP fiery furnace for the picture of a man FROM who never pays for his paper The hill appropriating 500000 for the extension of the benefits of the Sig-Â¬ nal Service to farmers by means of sig Â¬ DAYSBOROUGH KY nals displayed at the telegraph stations has been favorably reported to the House KENDALL HOUSE Committee on Agriculture in Congress - general mittent Fever Dumb Ague BiliouxFeYsr Dengue or Break bone Fever Liver Complaint and all diseases arising from CHICAGO 1JQTTA6E 0R6AN V Randolph and Ann Sts CHICAGO ILL W EfsALBBIiAli tPrcnldiat of the Qreat J0URKJLL CO Telia Fsr and commenced giving it to him It surely worked wonders for in a short time he was completely cured Sold by all Druggists arsapariiia Price 1 AYIES It is a medicinal preparation and at the same time an elegant and cleanly toilet article It3 action upon the scalp ia healthÂ¬ ful It nourishes the glands which support the hair and cansc3 thin dry hair to be Â¬ come thick soft and vigorous It restores the color of youth to locks whieh have become faded with age or disease and relieves and cures itching caused by humors of the scalp Dr George Gray Nashua N Tf writes It gives me pleasure to testify to the wonderful effects produced by Halls Vegetable Sicilian Hair Rcnewer as observed by me In very many cases THE ilXlR TO It wit CEETAixiTr kzstorje n FRANK TYLES TVS ORIGDTAZ COLOR BLACKSMITH HAZEL GREEN KY SHorse Shoeing a Specialty Buggies wagons and all kinds of Farm Tools mad a and repaired in the best manner I k LODISVmE C0URIER Six bottles 5 What Ko Knovra of Prepared by Dr J C Mass Ayer Co Lowell USA Valuable Farm for Sale Holdcrby lying it A CHILL CURE LYTLE DEALERS 12 WINTEBSMITHS I offer for sale the farm known as the place- CO -- Containing 423 Acres a number of preparations to prevent mj hair from falling ont and realiziag tkat I was fast becoming bald I tried as a last resort Halls Hair Renewer I have tised only four bottles of the Renewer asd am perfectly satisfied hat It Is the best prepaÂ¬ ration in the market for checking out of hair Invigorating the hafe roots and promoting- a sew growth tie-falling- cleanses the head of dandruff and leaves the hair soft glossy and beautif uL F T Sandhein 1010 Spruce Philadelphia Pa writes After naavailingly trying It - - Green on the state road miles below Hazel This farm has oa Buckinghams Dye rox Tmc Dr lytnUrtftiik Sir I vriv a rala I Hats oVrtrveU for raAisy 7sars the ralue of your remedy prompt- Â¬ ing oic to say in reply to your request what I know ef your ChiQ Cure Th e private assursnecs of its cfiicacy 1 bad and the good results of its effect I had obftrvedoa Mr R W Meredith who for more than fifteen years has been foreman of rsy oSce induced toe to test it in ray family The results hare been entirely satisfactory The first case a as of two years standing in which I believe every known remedy had been tried with temporary re Â¬ lief the chills returning periodically and seemingly Your cure broke them at with increased ssverity once and there has been no recurrence of them fer mere than six months The other case was of a milder form and yielded more readily to other Orncs or ths CocjuaH JorcxiL Locsmiz a ill al JJUUlrJ UJJiL IE j unnvo mif jrt IB 331 X 8 I RaP 33 3 vn 4 hJ r ii Cood 2 Story Frame Dwelling 17 ilUU Us iH NiCiCELL 96 G Pearl St CINCINNATI W O Corker Mai- and Prestonsburg Sts WEST LIBERTY KY E C Kendall - Proprietress Wrs H DEM KITE IN POLLARD containing 5 rooms besides kitchen and din- Â¬ ing room There is a good well of 5ne water and fine springs which yield an abun- dnnpft nf mire Krnit wntpf- - on nrlnn l r 65 bt aring apple trees of assorted wiuter and summer fruit young and thrifty good j barn and out buildings about 100 acres ofj bottom land in good state of cultivation 60 acres of which is now in corn f0 acres of improved table land and the remaining 263 acres timbered of which 1GTJ acres is cover- ed with verv finet oak acd poplar soil ricuanu productive ana unurlaiu with Price 4500 J cash and remainder in one and two years Possession given at once on reasonable terms Persons desiring to purchase can call on II C Herndon or W O Mize at Hazel Green or the under Â¬ signed at Stanton Powell countr Ky fay 27 13S5 LW MAPEL WHISKEES commends itself to all who have eccatfa to use a dye for the beard or mustache It will change gray faded or snady whiskers to a beautiful hrowa o r blaclr as desired Tho colore produced are natural and lasting It caaaot bo wasked off contains no destructive iagredfeals Is cheap safe convenkat to ese aad effectual JCEPXKB The table is supplied with the best the market affords Experienced hand in charge of stable Charges reasonable T DAY-- remedies butthe chills would return at intervals until your medicina was used since which time nowsereral months they have entirely disappeared From the opportunity I have had to judge f do not hexitte to express my belief that your Chill Cure is a valuable specific and performs all you promise Ycry respectfully for it HALDEMAN Fine Bituminous Coal Importers and Jobbers ST B P HAIL CO Xasku X X Sold by all dealers In Eedkiaec i Jt yr Marshal and General Detective MAYTOWX KY Will attend to ferreting out criminals in J T PIEBATT HAZEL GEEEX VN KY and repairs all kinds of Farming any part of the country and guarantees sat Tools Buggies ami Wagons Isfoction iu every case where employed Horse Shoeing wjll receive especial atten- Â¬ tion Orders by mail promptly attended to M BLACKSMITH SMakes ueensware Glassware W cor Pear and Walnut 1 c CREEWADE FRENCHBURG e E HOUSE KY BLACKSMITH MAYTOWN KY HORSE SHOEING A SPECTALxTl Will repair Farming Took J HOGBBS Dr Geo W Moore Proprietor Cincinnati o table is supplied with the best in Wagons c Makes plows ttte market and the charges are reasonable Satisfaction guarantee ta all caaef Ifg -- Sh rf T t W K c 3 E -- ri - Hazel Qbeen Herald a ttUf Ymt Always PERSONAL WOLFE COUNTY VIRGINIA in Atfvanc l - HAZEL CREEN WEDNESDAY KY 17 1836 FEB E 1C 1 JTrsaaeHt advertisements inserted T -- 1 C ri T per iHch first insertion and SsLiT nS Frank Fairchild of Magoffin ate lack each saqaent insertion ana James u uay oi Jiorgan county MaBM j have matriculated at Hazel Green Acad TIMETABLE emy Ktatuck art Swth Atlantic Railway We are under obligations to 6 1L fiteadard time 22 miniates slower than ML Lacy Judge Wm Lusk aud Dr F M Sterling time Thomas for timely assistance in getting 2Ce 1 leaves M t Stealing at 7 JL it- - arrives out The HEAUlasl week at Bothirell at 840 X M C W Howe of Trimble Bros arrived JTe 2 leaves Hothwell at 9 a 3L arrives at from West Liberty last Saturday morn Â¬ lit Sterling at 1050 A X 3o leaves lit Sterling at 140 P M arÂ¬ ing interviewed our merchants in the rive at Roth well at 320 P M afternoon and left Sunday JCe cleaves Rothwell at 345 P M arrives Floyd Day of this place left for Quick- Â¬ at Mt Sterling at 530 P M Jfe 2 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 jt sand last Friday where he will look af-Â¬ K aad 157 r M trains on C-- fc O railway ter his timber and will go to Frankfort for Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville Joseph C Lykins Esq and A J As Vo 3 connects at lit Sterling with 1105 A bury of Campton were in town last Sat- Â¬ M train on CAO from the East and 13G PM train from Louisville and Cincinnati urday on professional business arMontgomery coanty court day special YJ T Dav left Sunday niornincr for the leaves Rothwell on the 3rd Monday in each mouth of Frozen Creek to look after hissouth at 730 A Mj arriving at If C Sterling timber on the Kentucky lliver t JUK Returning leaves Mt Sterling 3Irs Emily Lacy of at 3 P x arriving at Rothwell at 430 P it been confined to her roomthis place hasÂ¬ with rheumaieavei Rothwell for Mt Sterling at 5 P-- it tism for two weeks past GEO B HARPER Sept J E Browning agent of Russell Co Massill u Ohio was in town Saturday If your paper has a cross mark Oliss Sue Godsey who was on the sick oh it before your name your subscrip tion is over due ana you will oblige us list last week is up and well again ev sending moner at once lftbeTT We learn that John M Rose of Still- ross mark is after the name your I r is very sick with lever vabscnption for last rear has expired 1 -A andvou are respectfullv requested to re-Tbe competition force pump has no supe sew by sesding 100 immediatlyrrior also chain aud suction pumps alwavs in stock at li F ILiddells Mt Sterling jt J 7S W C Perkins Tehile at work on Ma farm on the 9th inst in attempting to throw a heavy limb over a bank received a severe injury in the back and on ac-Â¬ count of it has been confined to his bed ever since -i- eta JK -- aM - Camptox Feb 13 2sToah Long on the 9th inst stabbed D B Spencer twice inflicting one wound in the arm and the other in the side Spencers wounds are not considered dangerous Long and Spencer are brothers-in-laand have not been- at a good understanding with each other forsome time and had agreed not to enter each others premises Spen- Â¬ cer had a mare that had been breeching on Long and destroyed a considerable amount of his corn and fodder On the morning of the difficulty Long found Spencers mare in his corn field and caught and tied her in his yard Spen- Â¬ cer came after her and entered the yard without saying anything to Long who told him to take his mare home and keep her out of his corn for she had destroyed very near one- field of corn To which Spencer gave Long the d d lie and run his hand in his pocket and a Conflict en- Â¬ sued in which Spencer received the two wounds Your correspondent gleaned these facts from the neighbors of the two men Long is in town under arrest his trial being set for this afternoon VMarried On the 11th inst Mr S S Shackelford of Devils Creek to Miss Matilda lutt of fcarvis Bend at the resi- Â¬ dence of the brides father T K Tutt Rev J H Stamner ofhciated Married On the 10th inst Mr G W Morris of Powell county to Miss Silvy opencer or this county at the residence of the brides father Uncle Strong w - long I knew ou wanted something when I saw your name but I give you Miss Vicie Gillespies address with plea- Â¬ sure It is Cedar Bluff as above I en- Â¬ vy your friend his pleasure in corres- Â¬ -- went into winter quarters so early that you thought it late spring when you came out Now Uncle Remus are you go- Â¬ ing to stand back and see your niece hen pecked in any such a manner On the Road you are quite merce- nary Why did you remain silent so where did you spring from I think you made a alight mistake in ap- Â¬ plying the term ground hog to me for it is more applicable to yourself You core Tazewell Items for The Herald Cedar Bluff Feb 7 Whew En- Â¬ C E WILLMOT i Cash Dry Goods Store WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Swaap of a mile fro hence M vfeatte ia tfee i We are anxious to sell Our Goods and will make our prices right Orders filled promptly and carefully We have a big drive in a Box toe Boot at 350 extra good Come and see me The Water of Life far Afflicted Humanity IRON IS KENG- These springs are located tkree qwurter tfee besHtiful twa of Haaef Green Tfca water eirateias a larger per ceutage oi Iron than aav etker water iaowy disease used iBterBally r exteraallr Among the many diseases wkick 4esk heir to and for wide tkSs weaderftd w4er is known to be a positive umI r it Is the most er of a ponding with her CG - at Indian today but will leave tomorrow Hurst of Jeffersonville arrived c E WILLMOT - taking with him Miss Nannie Plummer We are pleased to learn she will return to attend a wedding on the 25th the de-Â¬ tails of which will appear in our next R F Cecil has recontlv sold one mule for 90 11 cattle for 195 Reese Building - MT STERLING KY BMEKanjnNBMMaaHMsHUBaevanHaBMiMBaaQcwEaaasaHananaMHnMMHMKH JUO Y OLD HA m JUDY DEALERS IX- Ai Â¬ LOCAL NEWS o- James on wife Born To his return last X the 14th insttbe boy of W L 14 pounds ed this place to his Friday on Lexington a Weitrht from a visit family in Daniel Learning that the Kentucky River was away up above tide he concluded that Born To the wife of G W Cox on the back water would prevent his reach the 14th inst aboy Weight 15 pounds ing White Oak where he had an appoint Â¬ John Fielden ment for Sunday and remained with us until Tuesday morning At the solicita- Â¬ Bev W L Stamper is spending a few tion of Rev J R Kendall he preached weeks with his family at 3iaytown and in the Methodist Church Saturday night resting from his labors and Sunday morning The subject of his first sermon was As new bom babes S JL Clark and W B Taylor repre- Â¬ desire the sincere milk of the Word that senting the North American Lightning ye may grow thereby 1st Peter 2nd Bod Co are in town chapter ind verse On Sunday morning he chose for his text am the way and A postal from Capt B E Roberts in- Â¬ the truth and the life I no man cometh forms us that he is on the road and will unto the Father but by me John 14th be here in a few days chapter 6th verse There was an unusu- Â¬ ally large attendance on both occasions We regret that the want of space for Bro Cooper treated the subject ably and Tjida the publication of an interesting earnestly close attention mani and letter from J W Lykins of Georgetown fested by everythe present was a graceone Texas ful compliment to the efforts of the speaker f Miss Bosa Lee Kash of this place who Rev J T Pieratt has been holding a for la been eonfined to her bed is the last meeting in the Bush neighborhood in J week with pneumonia fever but little the lower end of this county and a postal if any btttr irom V Li Uush to Judge bwango says We are having a rood meeting Bro Aunt Peggy Prater living on Grassy Pieratt has gained the good will of the fell and caused a compound fracture of the ankleabout ten days ago Dr Kash people down nere and we are having a fine turnout of this place is attending her The revival in the M E Church at this place continued since our last issue Hon D S Godsey just before leaving interest the pastor Rev for Frankfort purchased a handsome with unabated being assisted by Revs saddle mare from Mr John S Tjler of J R Kendall Tennessee who has been visiting here Isaac Murphy and W 15 Cooper Great interest has been manifested throughout The price paid was 100 the meeting and the people of all denomJohn L James of Sideview Mont inations have attended promptly On account of the illness of his daugh Â¬ goinery county sometime since rented ter Rev W E Williamson did not fill hs the Swango Spring hotel at this place with water privileges and will soon move appointment at this place last Sunday but will preach here Thursday and Frio it and take possession day nights and will go to Bethsalem on A email child of F M Nickell was Sunday brought to Dr F AL Thomas of this Rev D H Fallen will preach at the X place to have a foreign substance fe-- Christian Church in this place next Satmoyed from its nose On careful exam Â¬ urday night Sunday morning and Sun- Â¬ day night at the uaual hours ination it proved to be a grain of corn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Religious Notes Rev WB Cooper of Jackson reach- Â¬ Spencer There is a good tide in the Kentucky River and several men of this place who are interested in the lumber business are buoyant over the prospects X Married At the residence of the fa- Â¬ ther of the bride James McQuinn on the 11 th inst Mr James II llalscy to Miss Martha McQuinn John Goffs two sons of Clark count Best Patent Flour Shipstufls Salt Sasds are in our midst buying cattle They fcc for sale at S S Gaitskills Mt Ster-Â¬ ling are giving good prices for 2 and steers Sarxum MORGAN swapped a mule for a gray mare swapped a black mare for a grey horse then sold the horse for 100 He wants to know if all Kentucky can beat him trading The free term of Cedar Bluff Institute expired the oth inst but the pay term commences to morrow Several may drop out but it is hoped others will drop in Rev J W Browning occupied the Methodist pulpit today at Union Chapel S E Carr who has been attending school here returned home Friday Miss Jennie B Green returned to her home at Midway last Friday Mrs S S Steele was the guest of Mrs R F Cecil last Tuesday Garkev Successors to ELVNLY Mount Sterling By - c Hardware Queensware Stoves Grates Plowsrc Sole Agents for the World Renowned TENNESSEE WAGONS NEE- C We append a few of the hundreds of t- timonuvis which have been tendered a to m the efficacr of this water in disease K One lady writes I am so thanfal to b sV Great Giver of all Blessings that I trieiSJL Swango Springs Freelv do I give all tkt Z time and money spent there forth fteitk if and strength I now enjoy A gentleman of Illinois savsr X thiak tk water of Swango Springs did eb store goed than all the nostrums I hav ver tried I ir ill certainly be withyou agaia aext sprissr References R T Smith J G Trimblt P L-- Reese Mt Sterling KV F M Hinkl Mrs F M Hiakle AVm Clarke Pima Lick Ky A large hotel is now being built whik will afford ample accommodation to visit For further information in regard to boiSSr HARRISON SWANGO Ac address Or this office HazGreea 3y CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SXHT DISEASES SCPOFULA CA TAEKH BHEUiTATISit NEUPwALGIA cure are ine iouowiBji permet TOrSNESS Mm it 1 1 COUNTY The Celebrated 1 -- Maytown Feb 11 Rev W L Stamper smiled on our town again last Tuesday He was accompanied by Prof Smalley of Ironton Ohio The preach- Â¬ er looks well and I imagine that he has had plenty of chicken and sich like at Vanceburg He says he has just closed a meeting at Yanceburg with 1G6 accessions to the churcli He left for Camp- ton this morning and by the way we ieam that he will stop at llxos K lutts and join in the holy bonds of matrimony one Mr Shackelford and Miss Tildie Tutt May they have just enough shadows to soften the glories of the sun VThe news that E Lawson who wa3 hot by Williams in Menifee county was dead has proven to be false He wrote to Uncle Bill Lawson that he would be at the Freuchburg court in March Â¬ Â¬ Tl J M I hnnH aali3xs3fi The Best and Cheapest Wagon on Wheels Aydelotte The Trade of Wolfe and adjoining counties is McCord respectfully solicited WHOLESALE The Highest Market Price Paid for aU Kinds of Medicinal Boots Herbs and Barks Except Ginseng No 613 Wzsr Maec Stxeit it VV H GILLIS WITH a HATTERS LOUISVILLE KY J T BBEEN r- - SON B E ROBEHTS WITH SCHOOL DESK i Importers I Wholesale Druggists Main Street Mt Sterling Ky -- Carter Bros WHOLESALE John A Carter James G Carter D 729 731 i Co and 7SJ v Dry Goods and Notions Jo y r v A new postoffice baa been established in Bretahitt at the mouth of Frozen Creek on the Kentucky River John C 3L Day is the postmaster and a better man for the place could not liave been found L C Patrick of this place has rented 30 acres of land and a house from A J Wood in Morgan and will move to that place on March 1st Calloway Cundiff has rented Mr Patricks residence here and will move into it as soon as it is va cated y f G Trimble of Mt Sterling last Thursday purchased the farm of G A Whitney near that place lying on the Jilaysville pike about balf a mile from town at 110 per acre This is consid- Â¬ ered the finest farm In Montgomery county Our Gillmore correspodent says I am confidentially informed that Robert LIndon of Johnson Creek Morgan coun ty had a ewe to drop a lamo which died And 14 days later she dropped anotner which Is now living Does not this take tbe rag off the bush bush and all A gentleman who is just from West Liberty informs uh that the timber men of Magoffin and Morgan counties have pooled their timber against a combina Â¬ tion af the mill men of Farmers and But 3er and will float their timber to Newport in preference to selling it to them Â¬ J -- i1- Ijr - Unless The Hesau is very much mistaken the visitors to this place durÂ¬ ing the coming summer attracted by the virtue of Swango Spring water will be numbered by thousand The indi cfttions from every point where Tile Herald is read lead to this inference travelers will find Ayers Sarsaparillaan effectual cure for the eruptions boils pimplea eczema etc that breakout on the skin the effects of disorder in the blood caused by sea diet and life on board ship It is the best medicine for everyone in the spring Immigrants and Thos K Tutt one of Red Rivers good looking men was in town last week He reports things lively and plenty good looking girls over with him H Burns Kash of your city is a fre- Â¬ manufactured by the quent visitor to our town of late The girl seems to like Kash and we like Sidney School Furniture Co cake Hurry up Burns JOHN Loroirux Sole Proprietor J P Power of Salyerville returned from Geonria last week He stopped SIDNEY OHIO with his father a day or two and did This Desk has leen Ailopteil in Nearly not forget his girl Â¬ We will soon have another store in All the Lealinj Schools of thtSVountry town Alouzo Clark the proprietor will MOW IN USE have his house done by the 21st Elijah Lockhart we learn will move Globes Registers Dictionary Holders Maps Â¬ Hap Cabes Numeral r rnmes Charts to town soon He is a good citizen and Dictionaries Anatomical Models him here we welcome Erasers Blackboards Liquid KLeslie Swetnam went to court at West Slating Hells Crayon TTT1 I i T vuac am sue sav Microscopes iioenv last iunaav Â¬ And everything needed in a school roorh Leslie jEr Write us for complete catalogue Ad Â¬ M A Phillips and J C Da were the dress guests of Marshal Day Tuesday night If yoa want a good job of tin copper or Mrs Thomas Cox who has been sick Sidney School Furniture Company sheet iron work call on B F RlDDELL for some time is convalescent Main street Mt bterling Ky SIDNEY OHIO flOly JKTudge Amos Davis of West Liberty fossed through town last week Our March Stock Sato j The farmers in this section have prom- - vr l Uay will attend tae L c- Uourt iu Louisville lseu to nave iiu neaa ot stocic on tne Thomas M Cannoy took in Ezel last martet at this place on the March sale Ox The Euad dav which is Wednesday the 10th Be- Â¬ week fore that time however this number will be augmented to at least 1000 head West Liiieiity Feb 15 Prof ft P of stoct consisting of horses mules and Hydens school of penmanship closed cattle of a superior quality It will be Thursday with an examination in that a good time to dispose of stock as there art the examiners being E F LeMaster will undoubtedly be several buyers here W B Caskey and N P Womack The from below to purchas A Mr Ivash manner in which the pupils had improved of Mt Sterling who is a large horse and reflected credit both to themselves and mule buyer will be here positively and the teacher Prizes were awarded to Ja he has promised to bring several cattle A Waldeck and Joseph Johnston for su- Â¬ buyers Those who have stock to sell perior improvement After the examin should begin now to get it ready for that ation a very interesting speech was deÂ¬ dar for certain it is that good stock livered by E F LeMaster and one also brings better prices than poor and stock bv the professor after which the school in fine condition will always pay for the was dismissed with prayer Prof liyden trouble in getting it so fctable curry is a fine scholar an expert penman and a and rub vour horses and mules and vnur christian irentleman His words of ad- cattle also A few hours time thus spent vice and counsel to his students are very wjjj pa ketter than the same time spent hiirhlv appreciated bv both voung and jn anr 0ther way Let each man make old His presence here is quite an acqui an etlort to have the best conditioned sition to our little citv horse mule or steer here that day as the Prof J 31 Downings school opened case mav be this morning with about 40 pupils in at- Â¬ tendance Our people are beginning to Drain pipe of all sizes and shapes can be open their eyes to the importance of edu- Â¬ found at B F ItlDDEIXs Main street Jit cating their children Sterling Â¬ ickell Mrs A D Wal- Mrs 31 W Piano Music utCK aim uisi ouu i uiueciv iiuve ultii It is a pleasure to notice such compo- Â¬ ver sick but are convalescing rapidly G sitions as this elegant Xevr March by the Capt C H Whitcomb and son Chris famous composer John Wiegand It is of Bangor have been visiting friends in certainly one of the most pleasing spirit- Â¬ our citv and returned home Friday ed and showy marches we have seen for V Rebel Kendall many a dav adapted for organ as well Kmorniiisr to attendleft on last Thursday Agricultural and rt Y as the piano The title page bears a fine Mechanical Collegethe Lexington at of portrait of the Uoinmander-in-tJbie- i GO P L Reese general agent for the CHILES TSOMPSOft the G A R to whom it is dedicated White Sewing Machine Co spent sever- Â¬ Young musicians or teachers would do well to order a copv at once Price 50c al days in our town last week Simplified 40c Duet 75c brass and Reed YJohn 13 Phipps left Saturday on a busi Â¬ AXD uanu ooc juanea on receipt or price Aness trip to Louisville lie will remain several days Ign iisher Publisher loleuo Uhio Produce Deaiars Charley Howe of Mt Sterling is regis- Â¬ ilT STERLING KY Will buy Wool Giusen Hides Rags tered at the Morgan House Cricket C S S GAITSCILL Mt Sterling ADAIWI f Keep3 Constantly on hand a Large and welise- - BAUm AForline C-- J a Bethel JTAET STREET G J 35rxAX I farter Jr JAS LOUISVILLE JL XT SHCTTIJWQRnC lected Stoc2pf GRAUMAN SHUTTLEWORTH l M 1625000 Which he sells Wholesale and Eetail as Cheap as they can he bought in the State ft Give him a call and he convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go il IB B M 605 WV W Manufacturers and Jobbers of dill CLOTHING LOUISVILLE KY Maix Stkeet B0B- - NUNNELLY WITH 1 1 1 JjDNES DEALER IN DTJNLAP BEGS WHOLESALE SADDLERY CO rt f - mEMSj Jul 10 MALX STREET oFj aid olJSfWS STERLING KY JL JV B 728 Danlap Dunlap G Barrett AV Ifanafacturars df Saddles HarneM and dealarz ia Saddlsnr Hard wart LOUISVILLE KT-z and 730 ifaia St CLOCKS FR03I ONE One Day Clock strike EiSht Day Clock and Album Eight Day Clock SOLID SILVER WATCHES Silver Plated Spoons Largest Stock of Clocks in Eastern KentuckyI 100 DOLLAR UP jr 2 00 V 3 75 3 75 9 00 1 00 GEORGE DOLL TTITH Rosenberg Flexner Successors to Rosenberg Tatlian Go FItxsMr efParticnIar attention paid N II THIMBLE to Repairing Call and see JOHN W JONES EOBT II TREMBLE hit goods WHOLESALE TRIMBLE BROS- WHOLESALE GROCERS AD DEALERS IN - BOOTS AND SHOES 5 712 jlitd 714 South Side ILltst Bt 7th ata LOUISVILLE KX o- j - 1 We are in the market for Furs Hides and Sheep Pelts and solicit consignments We also buy Feathers Wool Beeswax Tallow inseng Eggs and Poultry Write for Price List on Furs nd General Produce 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 Jbusingss of any do the largest And Eancy Goods West 3faln Street and jiouse in Mt JSterling Bbreea TTITH J H SMOCK Wholesale Dealers in -- j 715 717 SSTABLSSHElBN 1845 7th nd 8th LOUISVILLE KY ACOB HAKRIS WITH Ihe Leading Insurance Agency S ToVal 3il0000 00 1861 London and Lancashire Liverpool and Londop- 9260000 00 of Liverpool Globe of EnglajrtT 36875000 00 1810 Hartford of Hartford 4541240 00 49 Springfield ot Springfield Jiefcan- 1S09 North British 25S5633 00 885 1835 Wholesale Groceri Eoyalof Liverpool OF MT STERLING KY Assets of Agorby S43848780 SO Levi STewburger WHOLESALE Co ad The beautiful Celestina advertised in W H Wilson of The Herald will be presented to some that Dick Franklin subscriber the lucky one to be deterÂ¬ Accidentally Shot BREATHITT COUNTY A FOESALE mined by lot Every new subscriber and every old one who renews for a year will hare an equal sliow Several other fineÂ¬ presents will be distributed Full par- tr 4jJ ticulars next week The following are the Louisville quoÂ¬ tations for stock Cattle Good to ex Â¬ tra shipping 4500475 light shipping 420450 good to extra oxen 350 425 common and rough oxen 1503 Hogs Choice packing and bulls Ijutchera 4150430 fair to good butch Â¬ ers 4050410 light medium butchers 38504 shoats 3S503G5 Red River tells us colored living on the farm of S H Wilson in Morgan count v near the Wolfe line accident-Â¬ ally shot himself on Sunday the 7th inst He was sitting on a fence vrith a 38 caliber pistol in his hand when by some means it was discharged the ball entering the right leg just above the knee and penetrating under the knee- Â¬ cap The ball was extracted by John B Amyx and the wounded man is getting along all right 23 Gaitskills The Mitchell Wagon for sale at S S Mt Sterling A New Paper We understand that C F Knowlton to the adver of Cincinnati will shortly start an inde We call special attention Louisville pendent newspaper at Stanton called the 5ement of Emily Tripp ofISSUC 1 ittlS Powell Uountv Journal -It will be a tillS TT nrPni in r -- and most reliable In the Southwest The music - houses r not one of the musical clap traps w vT arc advertised m tne Jiosiernnicfl o eaUinC mUSlCai lUSLruTnr j H7 f fin finish and creat beauty which will adorn any tome church or rt 4it nMt nih- -- 8 S COMBS J X VATTGnX Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing devoted to the interest sis column folio TOH Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware COMES of Powell and adjoining counties and UUFFJlOX WHITE GREKT Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ Hardware Table and DEALERS IS the development of the resources of Red Wholesale Dealers k u asssaix u us jji iviver r reu xiorum h iiu ihhuk on ies Stoves and Farming Implements ov i o f trn m ii uut icu iai aim owsuur nicauuiu AND LIVE STOCK OF ALL mil gemuguut iujc ium uw a ji jl jiuni RINJJS In fact everything usually kept in a first cla country store and at BOTTOM PTCIS time of need will have charge of the ilesease Mrs Jane Combs wife of Wm J 615 Westifaia Sbreei Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt duo me all kinds of R L White pe had been a sunerer ror Cor JIain and Mnrion Streets mechanical department Success to the j M Combs Greea JB Hafiaker Qojwitry Produce and Lira Stock of eyurr description jthe last year enterprise CAMPTON KY JA Jacksox Feb 13 We are having a large tide on the Kentucky River The ice passed our without doing much dam Â¬ age But there will be but little timber and coal run on the present tide a3 it has been so cold the people could not work vThe county court at its last term made an order vacating the office of sheriff of this count on account of his not com Â¬ plying with the law in giving bond Bros Demarce and Dickey have just closed a very interesting meeting Much good has been done Brother Cooper has been absent since Christmas and his flock are anxiously awaiting his return Prof Hull of Mt Sterling is here get- Â¬ ting up a select school I thijak he will succeed Willie Spencer is very loiv with fever lhe Lrs laulbee are attending him Dr Wilson has aented the Al Little Radfokd pr0perty and moved in -lucu Fine Saw Blandy Boiler Engine and Saw Works AT A BARGAIN 48 Inch Saw and Hew Mm PORTABLE BOILER AND ENGINE ON SKIDS 15 HORSE POWER 24 inch French burr corn rocks made by Bradford Mill Co recently overhauled and now in first class condition Apply to or address F M LONG Upper Grassy Morgan county Ky Or this office li Grist Mill tile of England SSOOO 00 1S63 Fireinens Fund of Cali- Â¬ 1794 Ins Co of North America fornia 1473026 00 971696 33 1S63 Northwestern National of Philadelphia 1154SS9 00 724 and 726 Main Street 1710 Hun Fire Ofiieeof London 5863000 CO 1750 Niagara of Newr York 1874035 00 Between 7th andStkj io383f916 4G I860 Uoatmans Pittsbnnr 1782 IMicnix of London - 411499 00 y Insurance in order to JJviIiable must be guaranteed by successful and well known corporations the policieSjr doubtful or experimental companies beinjj dear at any price LOUISVILLE KY The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as they would a banker or a person who h to hold their funds in trust Look to quality as th HATS CAPS GLOVES paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully A IIOFFM AN Office At Traders and Deposit Bant CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS W S Diddnson The Old Reliable Co SWANGO J DEALER IX HAT HOUSE Corner Pearl and Vine Cincinnati would here express their thanks for past favors te all their old ensiomers and still aak a coa tinuance of their trade j We always kep a good stock aad TJael Jim FantjVith his good looks will at all times be readv to wait npon you B GREEN GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GEEEN KENTUCKY XZSTB COSTATLY OX HAKD A FULL AKS0KTX5XT OT VAUGHN ED tt iiiu jit iu - General Merchandise Pocket 4r-- Boots and ShM59 - r Ajintfwnr -- jc KT Eaiel Gseen Beeaijx t i t l Proprietor -- MCES OXXTXS HAZEiSE2 - - XESTUCEY PICTURES ON THE PANES looked at the jMUtemsxhicU tke frost a- weaves Bwgiitfttww turned toward the panes ith - mcry Mn WiWilMW tkroBRb that cartalaod home vjttiia a3 2M Jre lad and as the ferns and rvci6 slowiy fled J God to sead us these How beautlf nir tbev said IBlr wKa eb attic bare streaked by EowriHtlehiidrea watched the frost- - elves Ptterau oa ttie panes Iitced and told with shlverinr forms la g Raa tatters cJad wKii little la that room but tbeee loar s- ures pinched aad Aoqa4Ht with hnnyer sd grief aad cold the chilly boards their bed How fcareh the flucrs or the frosts How fcr JBeroUotie they U0 Where Southern plaas wared stately forma ve a - JMcb echoes citys street rothe ceaseless tread cf sad- ycl iBOHriifcns feet waer yellow fever worked for death aad rfed its thousand slain Asrtef card ronp looked gladly t the st fiost on the pane Parched Jloa iiad prayed for kudly frost to stay the slayer iread aow Jod be thanked for this HJegUt How iBercifuir they said frost hound Northern lands where Tari In 6as never know Thejis6ace of a balmy wind the absence Ofesnow roursmiltfra lay nnlteons group fire food and lrpje ull otie The last iuirvivorof a crcarwho once passed proudly on They waUhsd tkfc frost elves dainty work oer windovlot ly spread And knouingiTiat Uie comnr night would hroud them slnli end dead With breauinj hearts at thought of home iHcw pltiless4hey said i So lights anl shadows intermit opon the t roated pluss 80 iiRlitb an ahitdows uiark the lives which just as swiftly pass Turcusb4nau nu joys whlch learnto smile to triumph or to Brieve VDfct asthe messengers of Jute their mystic patterns JrrMtaJtpyKrenp x4 eaves jcJI lxry -- wittHlRXIB -- weave solemn thought that i af to ns Is Badness I unto some That beantoons things to 6ojae In dread and vroetui aspect come Ieop fraught with thoughts too groat for fyordd eternal loan or jtan aiay lie o small a thing as frosts light pic- 1 tures ou the pane And Interwjovjen wlci the ferns their arabesques and scrolls A pattern just as ctrango which marks the destiny Oh -- Â¬ J Edgar Jones of Suuirf in Jndlanapdlit Journal -- 3BBIY AND THE DUKE A Very 2x atural Mistake and What Came of It Jimmy was nigged and dirty and aloue but no scion of royalty ever car- rtlf It IP nnntl tntni t rrvi lvr1k 1rL in bis trousers pockets with more tuft Sv concern tlian did Jimmy that day si everybody else was riding on ne 1 Loaoh uess hed had a clam bake of f bis own that morning and could give the ljest of em pointers on the manage Â¬ ment of a sail boat any day As for driving bah hadnt he two good legs of bis own and whew w if that isnt a turn out now and Jimmy slopped stock still to gaze A second look told the whole story Its the Duke be exclaimed iu that tone of awe which every sovereign citi- Â¬ zen of America uses when speaking xf rank I heard hed come to the beaeh and thats him sure as fate Well if that aint a clipper Two coal black horses in glittering harness danced before the natty roatu cart and were deftly driven by a rather bored looking blonde whiskcrod young nrnn in a cool baggy coat and straw hal while upon the slightly raised seat in the rear was a most imposing eldcrlj personage in a spick and span suit of dark blue with gilt buttons topped by a tall roselcd hat Jimmy gave but one giunce at the former then turned to the other witli wide curious eye Jls the Puke sure ho muttered My aint he a swell though Looks as illied growed round a ramrod hes bo stiJV Well I blieve Tin glad I aint one he therell be a bust up sure and Jimmy was off like a shot A bust up indeed for the guy horses shied fiercely at the sudden flapping of a ssail spread ont to ury dashing the off wheel against a rock and canting the ligfct can over so far as to tip Jimmys Duke to the ground He came down gorgeous bat rolling lomeetran incoming oreaker out the driver seemed too muob occupied with his plnnging horses to pa any attention to his ansto cifitic master A littleJfeurpriscd at his coolness and nnconccru Jimmy ran for the hat and iWttrned with luVbet bow the Duke meanwhile brushing off the sand and an uttering between his teeth Deuced hunl ucky Spoilt my trous- Â¬ ers 111 wager Oh thanks boy is it urt lmnv referring to the hapless -- mtJherlieavily upon the clean sand hist tile mered Jimmy rather at a loss for the proper formula to use was jour 2o sir Mr Duke notat all stam Â¬ Dttkc frowned and muttering your chaff now turned away leaving Jimmy to feel decidedly reÂ¬ pulsed ThehorsQS were quieted by this time diowevcr and their driver turned to aslc majesty hurt Qt ilJhc coolly thought he said Im aloud fthls wheels disabled what do gazing leisurely down Â¬ 3ou fhink ward Pretty cool thought Jimnry I sposed those furrin servants was better trained be acts and talks every bit as keerless as pas hired man didnt even jump out to help the Duke up I swan be suggested here Say Mr Coachy my pas got a blacksmith shop just on a ways praps the Duke would like to go There and get that wheel mended its the only place anywhere within a mile and- - Hurt much Millard nry lord Jimmy -- He stopped for there was a queer ex-Â¬ pression on Coachys face which rather taggeredhhn a blauk stare succeeded bya sudden brilliant amused liffkt in the hnncLsonie eves which was almost more than a smife Thank you my boy he responded pleasnilyttiuits a good suggestion if 1 walk the horses I think we can keep the wheel on till we get there Jump tip here and point out the way will TOM a Jimmy started for with a 3ook toward Ute Duke for wj othi lion but that bgh aud mglily nis place and pytwoimge had reaum so oblivious of portion seomingl everything that the boy though po e Ahuy miver trouble bun with snml matters but just liyera up aud ijejut n the bill and quickly mounted ItfKdB ihr new frwl TtnfMl- - iu sconce awihUe then drgfis little clocrf Jhproy wlp Nothing loth sti v 4 V WHY SQUIRRELS COUGH Advice to Stoep Shouldertd People formed a novel stngo while the musi Â¬ ftfiguro ciawled cautiously out st his cians etaud was improvised from the very feet One movement brought An Indian Legend of the Magical ProdiW A stooping figure is not only famil walls of thj horse stalls with a few Joe s pickax to a ready position and tlon of Food expression ef weakness or old age J loose boards laid across upon which with the next it would have de-Â¬ Another illustration in Indian legends iar sat the two fiddlers and the cordion scended with crushing force on the but it is when caused by careless habÂ¬ man the latter calling off the swift crawlers skdll when hui wnining voice of the magical production of food is xho its a direct cause of contracted chest delightful explanation of the reason why changes of which a broke in iiiony musk Unless and half dozen sets df rustic swains and Dont it me dont His s Grace squirrels cough Mannabozho came rid defective breathingcrook while yon yourself of this at go maidens led off by the blushing much urt As the robbers went one day to th lodge of the red headed school you will probably go bent to WILL CURE Again that brilliant look bride and groom were gayly dancing Joes pickax descended harmlessly sat your grave Thero is one good way HEADACHE wood pecker aud being invited in To be sure I would and I will below All this with the gapeing Who be you you sneak aud whos down Now there was nothing for the to cure it Shoulder braces will not INDIGESTION decidedly Are they going to dance His Grace Id like to know laughing crowd of lookers on without guests to eat so the bird flew on the help One needs not an artificial subj BILIOUSNESS Bet yer life Theres two fiddlers their long slant afternoon shadows Hes the Duke of sir hand Im V and a cordion man a comtn and tn blotting out the hazy September sun- Â¬ sarvant The thieves nearly kilted us lodge pole which was the pole of a stitute but some means to derelqp the DYSPEPSIA goin to be in Vines pas new barn shine on the grass formed a picture sir and ran hoff with hour osses aud I tamarack tree and after a few pecks muscles whose duty it is to hold the PROSTRATION I Wont that be jolly worthy of a Claude Lorraine Coachy took shelter in a ollow log sir for the with his bdak found a crevice out of head and shoulders erect is know of NERVOUS carry MALARIA Decidedly jolly laughed Coachy looked on eagerly unmindful of Jim- Â¬ time Hi3 e real much urt which he pulled something and lo it but one bulls eye shot It a weight on thehead A sheepskin or CHILLS akz FEVERS Â¬ - said Joe But whatU you do with the DukcP Killed I guessshortly vras a fine raccoon This feat he permys impatient nudges and whtspars other strong bag filled with twen Â¬ pursued Jimrayedging closer and drop Â¬ to the effect that a barl of new sweet You coward Wh didnt you come formed half a dozen times in succession TIRED FEELING ping his Toice to a whisper Wo could cider was bein ladled out just and help him before it was ko late and then the squaws came in and pre- Â¬ ty to thirty pounds of sand is engaged in GENERAL DEBILITY lix him up a sort o throne with grand Â¬ round the corner liHo Lelp mo lift him so well take pared the feast Next day the red- Â¬ good weight When and at length SIDES either be- Â¬ PAIN in the BACK pas chair and the buffalo robe and let spying Sallie sweeter than ever in a him to 1113 cabin wood pecker returned the your morniug studies headed fore and after breakfast put this bag of IMPURE BLOOD him look ou I spose if he would but simple white dress he broke away with fortunately it was not far awaj and visit the Manabozho who was not you see twould spoil all the fun theyd scant excuses and hurried to the spot Joe a low hours later had the satsfac going to be beaten by a bird had taken sand on your head hold your head your CONSTIPATION be so scartof him that thev wouldnt where she stood alone and tion of seeing his guest warmad fo careto have a new lodge built round a erect draw 3 our chin close to room J FEMALE INFIRMITIES half dance nor kisa the girls nornotlit looking on with big wistful and comforted his cut sowed up am tamarack tree so apologizing just as neck and walk slowly about the min- Â¬ RHEUMATISM in dont you see himelf in a fair way to recovery the wood pecker had done for having coming back if you please every eyes ute or two to your book or carrying Yes said Coachy laughing out- Â¬ thorn all could though still Weak from the los of blood Surely no Duke of nothing in the larder he hopped up NEURALGIA right but quickly checking lumself hvo made a courtlier bow than did As utterly weary the miner stepped si toward the pole and clinging to it as the book as yoii walk The muscles KIDNEY AND LIVER Yes I sec it is a dilemma Coachy doing ready homage to the lently to the side of his bunk to givt he had seen the bird do began rapping whose duty it is to hold the head and TROUBLES Say with another hitchjouldnt cveijlasting sovereignly of beauty a j him one last reassuring glance befon his nose against the wood Unable to shoulders erect are hit not with scatter-Â¬ ball The you get the old duffer back to trie hotel he brigged the honor of her hand for the seeking his own hard bud on the floor Gud any raccoons he got so angry that ing shot but with a rifle FOR SALE 3YALL DRUGGISTS intervertrebal The Guiac has Trids M1c and crossed Rl somehow and you stay with us These next dance while she starting from the sufferer reached out a white delicat he knocked his head too hard against bones of the spine and the lines on wrapper swells most aliers can ride horseback her xeverie smled and frankly met hand and caught Joes hard brown oku the pole and fell down on the floor substance will soon accommodate them TAKE NO OTHT- now weve got an old army saddle he his eyes as he led her to their place upon in a warm clasp stunned And the woodpecker went off selves to the new attitude One j ear of h could put on one othem bosses My friend what is your name ou the smooth floor in a hull A few days later Manabozho daily practice with the bag half an hour The Seven Stages of Man seem sort of a favorite with him Cafsifc The afternoon passed rapidlv away a asked vvakiy was standing at his door wondering how morning and evening will give you a ALL REQUIRE AT SOME ACE A scene of careless merry making and gay you manage noble carriage without interfering with TiTLOaS CHBMEE ST ltJot Brady Your Lordship sai he could get even with his neighbor Swi 9m wi Mm Well Ill try said Coachy thowrht- - good humor to the uumstructed eye the honest fellow his heart fluttering our studies Halts Journal of Health especially as it was the depth of winter fully in spite of the broad smile on his fjot pregnaut with dramatic situations little at being thus addressed by a liv and there was nothing but roots to eat lips asmile of satisfaction at the ap- Â¬ to the initiated What else was the aristocrat The latest freak of female European when he saw two men carrying a bear Is it He got into conversation with them and circus riders is to hold a living python The Dukes eyes opened wlcte proaching pleasure Jimmy lelt sure meaning of Peters grim frown and I Ill suggest it at least hes generally flashing eyes as he looked gloomily on possible Kismet as I live- - to must b speaking of his own magical powers outstretcned in their hands as they be mi was asked to quite tractable while Sallie and her new friend danced their providence if they arc swing round the sawdust give an exhibitou of them Do and they closed again wearily said the boy our or talked in corners apparently engaged fate theres once by turningone of the Thishedid at Lijrht headed I see shop see the red one with the paint in a most desperate flirtation or the muttered Joe two men into stone And now turn Oxlt twenty five cents most off and thats our house down in evident agitation of pa and ma who turninjr awav Taint much wonder him back into a man said the other Red Star Cough Care the hollow Vine lives up on that hill vainly tried to recall her to duty by too either all hes gone through to niritl Oh said Manabozho No opiates or poison I can not do see the barn Aint it a whopper transparent Well hell be all riirht to morrow J hints and innuendoes that I only know the first half of the Best barn in the county everybody Even Jimmy having had all the cider he hope and in five minutes Joes snore Tatk about women being flighty I Look trick So the second hunter unable to says1 could swallow was sick and sulky and mingled wth the doughty Mdlards ot drag the bear all by himself left it at at bank cashiers Burlington FvciltCia Coachy smilingly agreed with this thought it real mean o Sal to take up the cabj n floor Manabozhos door whereupon that ras- Â¬ Ixvic orate renew and beautify the hair The Dukes was a mere llesh wouud modest opinion and bringing his his company like that As for the girl the all horses to a sudden stop sprang lightly she liad for once thrown off all restraint though a deep one and a few weeks found cal at once invitedwas his friends to im- Â¬ by the use of Halls Hair Renewer prodigiously to the ground the Duke descending and given herself up to the impulse of him able to return to Denver and civil great feast and A pecumakitt of stage banquet fa the portant and fussy at being able to ask with much celerity and stepping along the moment for though she could not ization after tempting Providence or come and cat good bears meat great variety of supes This night Send to cbildrea nd norrer t toward their heads tell how it happened the third dance rather two horse thieves b3r his need them to when every one was living on J9- - J hut attacfc your household st an7 CUefkee Uaciy a time My boy said Coachy quickly was not ended before she had poured her less winter journey over the mount aius at Hoons Household Calendar is the hand- Â¬ wan that speedy rellrf Taylcfa iilleoT his somest and most convenient ever issued ofSvreetGamandMoUeta hold the horses please I wish to whole story into this strangers ears But in the daily intercourse of that hum roots But alas as each one The Seet Gnrn from atrwof the saraene Z mouth the bears meat turned into Send six cents for one to C L Hood Co tngrln the SoatucomMnel with atcaipade those homely big speak with the Duke adding the last even treating him to asight of Joes last ble cabin among Mullein Plant of the old fields For aale by al amsr the Lowell Mass pr bottle-glstaatSlcMjrsand 51 words ih a lower tone and with a sud- Â¬ photograph suspended in a locket about hearted miners in the solitude o aslns and one after the other were ttoata Oa if they TCAIXXU JU TAYIOK den smite her fair neck On his side he had vol- Â¬ the everlasting hills ckiss distinctioL guests began coughing as they ate the Does any one know the value of flowers The two men stepped aside and Jim- Â¬ unteered thejnformation that the Duke had grown to seem 1 very lusirnitieant going to choke The more who hasnt botany bought any 1GC0 Worth my saw that Coachy seemed Fo be was expecting soon to visit the- - very thuig The Duke nvght shine in draw worse the coughing grew and at last X bad a severe a For sick and nervous headaches consti- Â¬ tack of catarrh- - and he iBBB BBH even in the host in bis indignation turned gvinghishighness some very good ad- Â¬ mines in question as he had an interest ing rooms and assemblies them into squirrels and that is why pation and liver troubles take Ayers Pills came so deaf Icmd vice lor t latter nodded acquiescence there and wished to make a quiet trip Parliament or among the first men of not hear coaimoa con Â¬ old world civilization but here his squirrels cough so much Exchange touching his hat in his stately high Â¬ through that country Whbj a passeiiper boards a steamboat versation I aaCtrtM bred manner and walking brisk J3 talents availed little He was the one terribly from roarlns And oh if you should see Joe what is the bill of fare JV Yl Ledger K away la rav head I procured cried the sweet girl with an upward useless member of that small commu- Â¬ Society Whim The Latest bottle of Drops cure In 1 minute 25c Jain aadElya Creaia ive fixed him said Coaclryv look that melted her partners heart nitya mere cumberer of the ground Pikes Toothache In iiute turning to tha boy Hell be only too give him my love please and tell him and yet no His very refinement and craze which has struck the Glenn 8 Sulphur Soap eals and beautifies 25c recta coald hear is The latest ell as glad to get back to the comforts of thT Ill never marry old Peters never whole souled gentleuianliness dd them Washington lelle is the carrying of Gerjiaji Corn Remover kii Is Corns Bunions mX xxovr II ever coul o can a aU who are afflict d hotel and thenmy boy for fun a world of good and left the little camp canes A few weeks ago a young They parted warmly as became good d -Because the baby is a little yeller its no with the worst of o e cases cstarrh taRe The bored look was all gone now friend s with a secret between them the better for his visit sign he is a Chinaman Palmer Journal from England Elys Creum bottle of while the laugh and tone which accom- Â¬ Before he left he took Joe apart for a leader in society returned Balm and be cured It Vrm so glad Jimmy brought you n is agreeable Is worth ir000 to ary panied thee words were as gay and sheaid as lie held her hand longer than long walk and when they parted it was and the next day she surprised her Pisos Remedy for Catan man woman or chl d liquid o a snuff 50c boyish as Jimmys own suHerinjrfrotn catarrh was exacll y necessary out under a big like brothers with moistened eyes and friends by appearing on the street with So use It is not a srtniAjr Gray AE -- Pirst said lilac buxh in the gloaming well have dinner HAY You ye a long close grasp of the hand while a cane It wasnt the ordinary dude Hies A snow plow is like a bad habit A good Itasr particle f s applied Into each uusi rii Is agreeable tv Jimmy fith a business air and joull brought the real comfort somehow and as Duke and servant rode slowly out of cane but a nice little stick with a shep- Â¬ thing to cut adrift A use PrlcoJceTsbr mail or a Druezts Se4fe eat at aie first table too our o1 heart they Owgo circular ELY BliOraEBS Drttsst Ill not soon forget it Its lucky the camp lucks were followed b from the herds crook of hammered silver Good men aliers do You aint use to thrat Duke didnt come though for he would and Good byes If afflicted with Sore Eyes useDrTspsa Sometimes she swung it and at other home be you have spoilt it all but how will you get whole community ending in three times she stiuick the ground with a rhompsonsEj oWawr Druggists sellit2oc Coachy s lips twitched so corros- Â¬ home to the hotel cheers and a tiger which echoed and sharp rap There is no question that PiiATS a leading part in liCaYhe blia 1 ively at this that Jimmy felt afraul lie Oh Mil the Duke I mean kindly re echoed from the frost bound clifls in this created a sensation but there is a mans dos- - JSvitvn LouiUr had offended him and hastened to add promised to send the carriage for me I wave after wave of heartiuess and great deal of difference of opinion as to frankly whether the craze will strike in or not presume its now at your gate good cheer Rrassukixg Fenderson It mnkes me Not much loss cither Til bet Id Well 1 mustwaitinguli here s Jimmy It was blossoming time when our So far not more than half a dozen girls go mad to tliiuk what a fool I made of injself hate to have to sit up so solemn with Good bye and may the Lord bless you aristocratic voyagers were gain driv- - have mustered up courage enough to this evening Wonder what they will that old prig and mince and bow and But the young man walked very slow- Â¬ ing along the Uracil road wherc we appear on the street with canes The think of me Fogg My dear boy dont chewan hour on every mouthful No ly away and looked back more than first beheld tlfem the Duke quite ro- - probabilities are that the craze will not fret yourself Its only your iinagnalIon that you acted iuaayway sirec Give me a plate chuck full standing stored to health while Mllard utterly extend to that pomt where it will seri- Â¬ I couldnt see to see the young plenty of elbow room and live minutes once waving his hands as girl a friend unconscious funy past dereliction from ously interfere with the ordinary every- Â¬ unusual 2iWm 2fttnncriot if to still fore the train starts and I dont ask no and equal while a half mournful sigh duty sat in solurnu stiffness and with day happiness of the modern dude Dont give yonr girl such a long good bye folded arms behind odds of any duke do yon at the door This produces coughs from rh Anmo hotwwn n healihr lansntns ruuipiuST Letter welled up from his very heart Washington No I dont think f do as hungry as A bo looking a bt uncomfortable io the old folks up stairs A Y Herald ChUd and oe that has J the movements of a crow a Jimmy heard it and frowned a clean face and new suit came hesi Â¬ I am now was the spirited reply and nrnn rr ririttilIOIceiluueii ui uami- Say Coacly he said in grieved ac- Â¬ super- Â¬ The manner in which steel is Amoxg manufacturers of preserves there chll lslacklnginthcsttelementsofperfertcbJuanooo they passed into the house Jimmys cents I think youve treated me mighty tatingly toward them Food It U perfectly safe direc- Â¬ is always more or less jellyouay JfercTtant trv EidMa Tionn nrrrKSfnllT reared UOOR iliUW mn hn Coachy bowed gayly and burst seding the use of iron in various use introductions were original at least moan thats all And whats more if Traveler Food than upon aU the other i ooda combined the illustrated but he made the family understand who I over get a chance to tell Joe about into a fit of riotous laughter at his tions is further hardened andbytempered of at present his new friend was though upon asking Sals actions frivolous Siuurrxs Im going to you bet I sheepish hang dog lookcome here he steel wire upon cards for cotton and Bremen arc Whatjiapers toll fellows these us that after The his name the latter had sad liavjly rake for Jimmy you want you to understand that 1113 sister under control the tire Oh call me Coachy as 3ou began cried reining the steeds to a standstill wool The average life of a suit of played ouwas rains all night the firemen a to away with no coachWhy didnt the stated to I waut you to direct me to the blak card clothing upon cotton is wool con- Â¬ they go home to bed Jrairit Farmer its as good a name as any and Coachy aint ifgohf run man he does belong to a Duke and be about six years and upon he was for the rest of the day smith shop in the hollow 3ou can just put that in your pipe and Sa you aint mad then sir mistet siderably less than that The use of If it took coffee as long to settle ts some They sat down to dinner pa and smoke it 49 M M f 11 stec wife in place of iron has not been man a good many of us would drink watsr Your Grace be you cried Jimni the hired man in shirt sleeves and re- Â¬ Coachy gave him a glance that would Merchant Traveler determine its ME4DS EVERYTHING tested long enough dolent of that honest birjnoist accom- Â¬ have annihilated anything but an Amer- Â¬ in a relieved tone springing into the comparative durabilityto but it is claimed Wood LeatherParrlTorrOUt I dont care if you be a Duke China FanJitureJjc--3- paniment to toil promised to sinful man ican boy burst into a curt laugh and cart Natural history If the swallow bad no Strong-a3 Itch Eohd as Sacx an awful to do better work and to require less throat there would be no swallow Louis- Â¬ of a coachman Youre stead ma in the beginning and Sallie in then bit his lips into silence Jimmv The total qaanaty fold dnrlnjr U On this account it ville Courier Journal Joes here all right and frequent grinding curl papers and calico but in spite of he said gently after a pause wfien good one Das five yearmountrd toovar disCO MILLION Sals so happy she dont know whether is said textile manufacturers are cost Â¬ these the latter elicited more than one youre older youll know more Mean- Â¬ What are pauses asked the teacher bcttie- - EVEKYBOIiX WASISTC shes a foot or a horseback The house posed to incur the increased the new conieroi glance from AUdwlerscMiMaU Awardi while heres something to help you en- Â¬ hundred of the primary class 4kTbings that grow to vmn no in Her curl papers were ifviobtrusive joy yourself while 3oure youug and is all done and furnished and were amounting to from fifty of one common on cats piped the small boy at the foot the per cent above that Chicatjo Journal but her dark soft eyes pale orSchcaks slipping a big round coin into the oung a goin to eat the weddin supper there rmnonncni Strmtyetfila taotra Snd dealers Ciird and 10cpostaa and sweet grave lips parting too sel sters palm he sprang into the landau Sids so afraid you maynt like every- Â¬ wire Gardkuing When bachelors butÂ¬ Room kfcans m Adl aud Joe dom over the dainty teeth like new corn called out a ga3 good bye and was triven thing that shes most crazy Extensive ruins have been disclosed tons are being sewed on by the wearers He didnt my he bout worships you in the ear most asuredl were rapidh away These Discs the boundary survey between Guate- Â¬ themselves Her sad listless manner and sober looked after the have to moreii show your letter when Jn Tlicastonished 3outh said that the It is Why need she duck pays no doctors they took him right on at the mills and mala and Mexico The region was evi- Â¬ represent loveliness excited a feelins of tender audacious and much privileged servant when ancient Â¬ Itell ou he makes a boss over jeer too dently densely inhabited in denudeC bills own Toledo Blade she has a quack who was how- with round eyes whioh fiuall dropped curiosity in her of her the left times but is now almost wholly ever hungr3r enough after his ride in to the piece of metal in his hand He Tins put all your money that wasnest of soil That the process f denudation opposite1 mri from the house into the bank for a No mattkk how sudden the changes of the sharp salt air to enjoy his dinner held it up in the waning light egg and calls it the ducal fund Swell had begun before the abandonment of temperature the thermometer rises and despite his sympathetic sides of Its gold he whispered excitedl region is shown by the walls and falls ouly by degrees do brave Jfcked c baked pork and and not a silver dollar as I sposed aint it Aud say you dont care you the B H DOUGLASS SONS terraces evidently builtto check it and beans boiled potatoes and cabbage pic and theres two Xs ou it Jerusalem you but I spenthalf that double X A mttik Burlingtou boynot yet out of Cough me for a cake basket for Sally and which still retain small tillage patches petticoats irreverently speaks of his mother johuu3cake doughnuts and cheese wickets Its a twent d51Iiu gbldp7eee give Colds and Sore Throats as Il3re The ruins consist mainly of stone floors aud the uurse as a spaukiug team JJur for Coughs of Consumption and of ereaS she was most tickled to death which jostled each other on his ca- Â¬ ifitsacentH Alleviator litiglon Free lrtss which we are and theyre all awaiting on the raised above the ground upon benefit in mo3t cues of Dyspepsia pacious plate 9 8ZWA3E8FIMITATI3NSJ porch Say Coachy Mr Duke Your no doubt lighter superstructures were o your n hes a sep Svse thet juke Fogg hasnt mur h to say in praise of Netr years ersiesA the result of Four months had passed away and Lordship I mean Sals goin1 to kiss built These ruins are considered older England wenlher but since the general in They aro compounding over forty717TM KOLEd rate Kh fer every one of his victuals -- OUCE is Retail price IS cent per qaartcr pouuL more familiar ones in Yucatan ti junction of the eluutor hs has noticed than the 1 heard Joe tell her to myself inter Jiated Pa giving his knife an the farm house in the hollow crouched vou FOR SALE UV ALL BELVLEKJ3 an amelioitttlon of the climb it Uwlon Funny E Newberry in Chicago instanl s rest t least I ve heerd sa3 under its snowyr covering snug- - and 7 ic wmmmtmmmm A silver quarter of a dollar was mmmmmmmmmmmmmm so Wonder if tliem big bng3 Twain safe while away in the Western moun- Â¬ Times SMWL GIYEIf tains men toiled ns they could and found in the intestines of a four pound thinks the lies compartments in their Tiiragi ti bSLsnot a lrjm--e9irCatluaers Skaw trout which was being dressed for the Pears so he added with cursed the snow audlhe- - cold which stummicks there bat com In to ear hai aV FRANKLINS WATCH llcnjrthened and eecsgOTWt el PTatl oaI Jn Virginia City Nov a short table at fine scorn at the folly of this whim and imlt wilj w pp to prBHitt Coach only trailed meekly eating tue dusk of wresting from its hMingilae A Kello of Long Ago Otvneil by an Aged time ago It was covered with a black ti laOn ta li toiJwlBj Bwanerj tarrtj- oa Scato ceils tat m - nieantviioine coating ncarlyan eighth of an inch thick round of his trencher and enjoying tnat gold whiceli to themPennsylvania Farmer Con Farm and nHekW aniT fireside Iarj i paze lllaitialrf Vyr with the prefeRee of evfdently been in the trouts every mouthful with a zest MARK robti to I ana asd HooMMlfi tope Levi W Giff a typical old farmer of and had TRADE y mUeaUaay aad w tcrjaad loveiones- far away Poer Joi un- Â¬ stomach a long time The coir wa3 prised him Into silence shows with pride a VMKKBrn Lancaster WU eim b- fatigues and sufferiirs which probably dropped by some fisherman In fact no one said much all wege daunted erir will iaxt 1 ikawtc teU i wilie of ovev a century ago in the shape and thefish seeing the glittering coin would have driven strohsffir nf T x too busy and in a remarkably shotr cneecs ta eea adirea far Siw of a heavv silver watch once worn by darted at and swallowed it tisiacticn n in inlnntf time the table was cleared and each left wall still kept at work spurn She thought of a pair of darfr wstfui- Benjamin Vranklm is of The watch for his next affair without excuse or jcn jersrae HjurtfttrU Coss eyes which he knew were lookianoP ei anolosrv silver affi hits an open face while on TSxercise is a good thing but it is not I Aosouitetu iVlv for him each day But his V10 was the iTi imnr nnnn folrio nrcfnm indispensable Leopold von Ranke the Free from Opiates JSmetics and Folson back is engraved the words your sister asked thcvisU orTiu a earOLfery small and bope seemed Vm V56 great German historian is past ninety W Alt I less tone as the new irientls strolled to- Â¬ ronuTL to rlHSPrr nfi Jermia Anthmn Cbtp mrrr ratlfinena tmA and he has spent three quarters of a Benjamin tltANKtix How could he be sure she was faitlik ward the stables a attle later nMiariiintaevorbtcfHiisnreeoiactl 177t century in his library During all this amaBierpeieccHrc w3erttiotrseriaJU JYou bet Shes get no after afl he thought gloomily trudHpSj If Prettier maieonrtnctatiicmoettlijXicaL Flilludflplila RJC84 time he has devoted fifteen hours a day PROMPT homeward in the cheerless twilight wiln end of fun In her and the snapingest Dacootrri xd forctamix the library 2T TUE CU1ULE3 tmri to study and writing leaving AT0GELEK CO BALTISORE Z3 his ees you ever see Sallie used to be eyespick urxe on his shoulder and diis jfnsitle the cover at the back is an old- - only to go to the dining room or his on the grouPd Sueh a pretty girl pretty too but shes no good any more fashioned jewelers card showing that chamber He s hale and hearty and wouldnt wuit lonfor suitors awl since Joes gone away the watch was repaired January 24 has literary work mapped out for years Send for Whos Joe asked Coachv select hello whatsMhat Dofccrlptlon and 1 bav A coaitlTS 1817 by Thomas Parker of Philadel- Â¬ to come nm k ranfv briu itnv nf A long cryof Hel p Came faintly Uapaof XORTHERX PACIFIC ing a superb cigar from a case Whose teosada of cava of tt wnni klad aa r last fcutlJi On the heavy gold face the phia ladeeit to uroa bt my faltn fax Jt 0arr COUNTRY the FrwCortra unNoicml rm aorrus rszjt tocetBvHUsTiC graven crest immediately caught Jim Â¬ from the gloom slanting ravine at his words W Tomlinson London 511 mentLandsand CHEAP RAILROAD HfiJr2Liut A party of Indians were hunting in VABLK TSTATLSE on tbla diMasato sw right but though he peered anxiously aarmfcnE LANDS In mys quick eye Montana the time piece was Humboldt County California when a daho WajJiington Minnesota DaVota Best Acrizaltnral CaasasdraaddnM PBT A SUKVXUI fwgt SK XX show where and Orcson The down he eouldrc nothing Hello Hullo Whats tint he asked cu Little of the histor of severe storm came on and an aged In- Â¬ jrazlnz and Timber Lands now oen to Settlers SEKT he cried back mjyiunging voice aud the made riousl the watch is known except that after dian named Bob became exhausted As EEE Addes CHA5 B LAMBORN Oh its the Dukes was the imme- Â¬ same cry but tasiter came again Franklins death it was worn by his LandCoramlntoner St Paul Mian is the co torn of Indians in such cases SUES WMEJIl AIL FAMJ diate answer I I sometimes carry it Help Hsl p TasftASood Us Richard Bache who lost it in a Bob was lelt to take care of himself He iConsb Syrup aytin Using his clumsy pick axe for an for him and take a cigar for my trouble dnwwiMa in ume sold hotel while on a visit from the alpenstock he crept cautiously down the Philadelia in Bensalem Bucks Coun- Â¬ picked a clear spot nearhung trail stuck heavy you see its his homestead his hat on a stick in the ground Knowed he was lazy the old coon ronTjh declivity calling out at intervals FREE TRIAL ty Pa it and laid down and died came the contemptuous answer and following the sound of the answer A pcsIUTe and painless care at hotns Contains ro Xatfe Treated aaX carad wtttevc Mr Groff purchased the watch many opium or narcotic dree Bemesuber It cosisyoa on treat men seat fre CAHGER Boot POND yDAarcgsarje CaJIL Whos Joe oh lifer weheaf and ing call until he reached a clump of years ago from an aged friend long since j nothing to realize thetnfrtta of onr trunnwt v FL t will send every honest Investigator a jrood fellow too I vow But be bushes bya narrow trail or bridle path dead who had owned it so long that he trial coursa hev a red copper to bless himself in whose shadow lay a roan evidently had forgotten how it came into his pos-Â¬ didnt with and pa shipped him in short or sorely hurt session It is thought that the watch Ie In the eating and proof of the excellence ot a Joe bent over him der Hes gone West now gone to the was presented to Franklin when ho rep- Â¬ by the public Asfe your ftEXl for free CataJofrue of Boui3 of Amnaemm uiajo as uymnastica ronunexeuera Well stranger what is it he ask- Â¬ resented the Independent Colyiic3inthe medicine Is lta acceptanceone and they will tell you Ho Rope to Cut of Horses itaies and Sals mines to make his fortin dnigslst or almost any Erlqaensv dressers Jt Dcates Letter VVrtters yw york waltan for him Pa and ma dont know ed in the careless tone of a man- - habit Â¬ British Court in London Mr Groff has that the merit of Iloods Sarsaparilla where it na ceiecrated Dick Fitzosxalu 1 e Ann Sr etc 1 1 1K Cnmblnrtl 1U nnd liltKIUPSE ITAIT has caucd It to ride certain old with it They dunk shell marry thet next uated to dangor but to the aordinary a large collection of relics of the early been Introduced Bocoa ancD can nui ic aiippcti oy any lir 5an MOs Krorforelnr Beard or swaesfc tenderness not native ieuanfrrioanyppriur tne US widower Peters thet owns the tto3Drs will do it lac face jrroi liaironBaldilesda Eet mae days of Pennsylvania The watch has rreonrccelMof 1 Sullbval syQ Mk con Â¬ wiu lpi aec orcr all competitors Into the ve y heart of public two of the hatefulesfc miner farm and hes Saddlery Hardware and Ibmw M 3for3iesealedpctpaid Full Ureeess j v Ins possession nearly thirty years bson in mum and to day It has a record of suceew ana of Dealers special dlcoant to th iB4Msssl ILIXCHSTT 10 To be brief I feel among tldoves during whu h time it ivs never been rc fidence red headed young iters you ever see bat Trade rsrSend f r IrVo IJtj cures unequalled by any other medicine saul the pared and stdl keeps accurate lime and JC- - LiauTuocsEnoeheserKy A szest terrffe la Sal wont look at 1dm know My and am about done for 1AA PAKitSSla SW Indiana I wag gene ally run down had no appetite an p for f tainted lnXormatto heathr wounded one faintly There is a slab V Y World fell the need I a good tonic I have takenojher criky t how go idC that cigar smells ALEX- - LtSLLE Wswhingtoe Ji Unrlem OtstyIaiL i- i never used any that did me ao much medicines but jtVi nour iniu- rouuu incu uv tue uif j in my side if you dont stop the blood now have a good appe WIsTS Banes and TTavcs snt C 0- - D JHHr good as Hood Sarsaparilla I new biirti looking m through the wd- - I M JliWwhrnVhnlM leasd rcralIarlee Urr over am better than I hav tite j B C Strehl CoTWbfc rCb2caa papers are spwtking of the bi ennnd feel renewed all Basd 41 West 9tn Street Texan tnd ENGINES He ceased abruptly overcome with taking in the opn doorway the years E H for Portable and Sta ALI 1FH Gjorcrtf i iiot as i4a ijftel but very Oswcro K Y tionary Illufltr no- Â¬ famines while Joe with ready skill late scene with the enjoyment both of a U 0 1st C STTUY Secure a Bnsfneaa dCMto W xxantirHisin use poor leilow iiwmt iuaUrrumBcUiS3 CoLLaaga3AAAr vice and an artist lank uojilSeV o ctsaSkTvi The clean white scon found and stanched the wound immoral man las as a pugilist u ln floor ha iijii walls ayly vitu a part of the strangers own gar-- hud hS AVtiknesS but pine 2ms AJK S An actire Jfan or Woman In m ll six for V Made only bj eonrjjr to sell our tocdt Satan dutpad wth festoons of nibor vttre jUnts tlion as he looked yaguuy stood mrvalud I5nlul vill not oon Bold by a dniRSlwaAputnroirle Lowell Mui CO per xaaaaiul Lapnet fi cprtitt tst a WliEJI WKlTINeTO AHTCKXJSXJNI ft i IIOOH caught by hue glowing maes around ffoniWrln rh he wonhl da forttt hs oilubcatttl AiU 9ft the Floss kasWI ls CiItL pesiO kaj ysu WW Utf MtF1 One Dollar im 00 Dosaa Crjtcao Vtilunt the shovr huiun bilbos mtled vid x o3uiak peoaies ii blooded o uuymitt If twant foi tba Dtikc now I could let you into ni end offun Itll taks pas man all thi ufternoon to msnd that wheel and theres goin1 to be a big wed- in1 close to ou house Its ray cousin Vines Malvhiy you knonr and shes thenrctticstgal in the country too You eco if she ainV Wouldnt you like to BROWNS r rr rcpc idi 1 IRON self-absorb- ed J v -- CatashH -- EEVER iT fJimJ -- M5 m Â¬ LE PAGES lirnilt S2S LIQUID GLUE in -- J3 JjlJ JS vis-a-v- is -- gwJ heart-twiuges-a-nd Capsicum Drops - -- Jim away of hardened-their-despera- te thftur Red Star OUGH SAFE SURE jimi -- Cure rl 2lfc tln 25 THMA CURES - CONSUMPTION - son-in-la- w flpIMHiiTGiS ill 4VJfi B I Pcof of the Pudding Art s aN stn T I IT vX9BssL 3TssssaHJT is tm7Kf- i - 1 - - 1 gut - AW MILLS Jni i JUsssssssT I MHeB Bssssssa Om f4 3 eell Hoods Sarsaparilla v - at liflftlTED vv it mm i f aBgBjBKri8BppM f tUuZ2 J lJlf V t jiuHssHIH sssssssssssssssssss3sfifl J9sisssssssssssssssBVVvftdssssssss TsssssssssssBHsK H JtJHltski 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