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said a 4ayshe came home with a huge pinkwill lmowa locaLpianist who siiends a sheets which she had folded into as small a compass as she possibly couhl considerable time in thought that hu- Â¬ and stuffed under her sealskin jacket man muscles haAre a memory of their Look here Philip she said to her own and that they perform their func isnt this ftdclieibusly cheap tions without special orders from the thing Fancy I only paid a penny mind at times per vard Well yes replied the writer as ho Whats it for said Philip with a grunt - I dont see what ihe use of it is sat doAvn at the piano and unconscious- Â¬ It may be cheap but whats it for ly began exercising his muscles oh the Well dear said Lizzie meditativedont suppose a Hungarian ly I dont knowwhal its for rrajsiire kejS Avorkihg in dc titch5 gives his arms but it would bavebeen aperfcefcsin to let it go by ati uch a ridiculously low price special orders Iioav to manipulate a spade when he cuts out a lump of terra Itll como in useful 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whihbuijH par iBea OBBtO jp f - lot teMrtteB Cll WtBtBtBBBt M BftT old Nantucket town nil J never see Across the distant billows rising slow Tfecrtojraat of the good ship Slary Jee Aye aye that little woman ivaltlng there Th iftjlppers wife how fast shes getting b4 BrowH xray a ptiOfttfB S Iwxer aywateoatirBiBkg irxmTsic coopkb St WWT v - raOFCMICMiAU TTIM ix ca H Grfe JQr raing that the Marj sailed away She cosses here evry mora lng with that glass Shes Hot in her right tnlad twlxti ou and Aad while the ships come In the poor old las Stands watching for tho bonny Mary Xee Inter Ocean lit B4iBtBfiB oak Icaf was her lmlr iv f J JLJOSH -- 1iJL DISGUSTED TVITH THEM LAW bTmL A - SLaJBLG Minded Iady Airs Her Views on Shopping Women JStarongr i Ui 5 I it We a4 wiUtiaAv wfflrscetve wMBBt -- crf C san- - J jJWMHWmYily vbbBbI r jr HA2EBIGG -- l LAST- - The lroug mIncled aOy wxs sipping tfsocolateia one of tho little Tuhelic- iorteilri Sixth Premie Her lip curled with scorn as ikroudt tlie windoirsshe beheld the crowds of ladies shopping UaHhwrHwirtanlloul5na1ii1glit tasthougli tliey had been brought thb world for no otfierpurposeand blended to carry out their mission igron miiftded 3acly as jdissrusted 1 -T Towis-ru-iirbOdatatlh- i r into fully The J JSm K rrKj T BI- - W flBBBBBBBBBFPBBflB nr - flBT Bppwp -- JBEb fHT BRr -- L5-BBS BBlW i W f B3 flBBK II - PBPSJ k Tlie S table with her m U6dJiitn46stto dissipate tlrcgloomy iAdm T vahicirVliovered so persrstentlV irCs r iI t4 Tiro BvwlHrr JntBeeCHaircoiBpaniopv I r m-y v viLr4i strong Wnnled IThc j Sj25j5SE BiiBBBiiRai tfei1itcflto be anvthimr but dis-trm 3T c3 srrr s x3tf3rsii 4rV i tTy e ZH7 5 i BKflBT ftie rb -- -- V t BTkManV JWrJVlPBMJBArJU J WS II 9 J - UltlL ifcjf- JbbbbE1 BBH3MB bLbbbPtR t W 3ir- W- LA WVSrWMMlwUI - - H- - y 3lMW IfSfeflBfc r - VF MEPf f f JBBBlfSJC r ccpenaecrupon the act Vhatdo they want Jutellcctuality to entertain their I sttSf-1CA3OT0X fiifcJI hubbands Funds of infonnalion to taze rm for umiVrsI ezaaiaed - a ur Attractive little UBBQelNlBS BP Mwataltf foal estate llUllscs1elrtiather TTilliprao- sold ob commission 9frht cviectokeep their brMiers nt home tic m nelfe astLsCJoining counties Io bix cents worth of ribbon to inalcli abpimct half ja yard of plusli to T3a B B GAEENEK coyer a hatdesigncd to excel one they harr previously seen or some material froinwjiieh to make a dress for sum mer though summer isnt nearly here Pshawr HA2L5KEEr Kt itci The strong minded lady viciously hJfijsfices i the people of Wolf anf drained her cup of chocolate ordered w aJ4BirctiBtle5 another in stentorian tones and turned to her youthful companion with re- Â¬ viewed vigor A shopping woman she said 4iis an tionormal condition of WiYStCJAM ANi SURGEON womauliood induced byi tlie absurdly rapid civilization of thd times I have 7LB Greek Kr for tlie past six years studied the phe jiomenon of shopping and I may say ToBliTgterefeesloaal services fotkV eitftWjBlfea ajolxlng counties Offic arthe result of my studies that the cJironlc shopper is afllicted with a spe Â¬ ywtiwBc bb Broadway t cies of insanity She can not help her Â¬ JT B TATJLBEE M 3D- - self She is determined to sjiop come wlmCraay It is as much a part of her daily work as eating or drinking Let me cite the case of an aunt of mine which I diagnosed for my own benefit K an which itrust you will allow mefo isrfefiOBarserriees ttkTco quote in a medical manner Lizzie GM feasd ad JoIbbmt counties OSica at roswence en Hazel Green Heijrhts tay antxianghteriof a verj estimable gentleman married when a young girl bw HOTELS and mixed in the best society She de- Â¬ X spised frivolity had written xi series of K JBible stories for her children was alwaTs ready to preach against the foolishnesg HAZEL GREEN KZ ZT9 Lofgirl8 and was generally considered a mouei wiie x siam some ume in ner iCODSEY Proprietor y bouse aljoiit the year 1878 and noticed M that her husbands business seemexl in a stJPatjeBare lsrespectfnlly solicited iron rjrybedy more especially the travcJInc bad way and some jmlie Ilrstrlasfi jiccommodatJong ana yancity of funds that there was aunt Lizzie C nvy Btifoea guaranteed consequently felt herself obliged to re- Â¬ TPXii3EfcATrT HOXJS512 duce expenses and to buy everything of i HAZEL GREEN KT Ihjj cheapest A frantic desire for bar C gjunf came upon her She would rise H PIEHATT Proprietor tit an early hour of the morning and atÂ¬ tend saleswhich she had seen adver- j tiscd tliough there vas absolutely no ie sePBlic with the bst la fii that she shonld do so1 Ihave asi teBarkcttbk arrt clas accwsaoPtlos liecesirv a tiring day dear she said to had such iUfeefBrslsBeaferaaaBBXKl beast fneaPhaVe been at the store since rfihe ix clock- tliis morning Its extremely MORGAN HOUSE faligiiing But I am pleased to say I U VESTLIBESTrKZ have bought some wonderfully cheap goods They are simply remarkable JAMES H COLE Proprietor Lookhere She produced a parcel un Â¬ folded It and placed upon the table Avhat PatroBBge ef the traveling public is re to m3 horror 1 recognized as black crape MeetftmyiEftttofeod Table always ssppleiS itk the bestlB the market Stable attached collars cuns and doavs My dear said I in amazement - ASHLAND HOUSE what did you make those wretched itr purchases for Im not superstitious XZA POST OFFICE LmuI dont like to see you buying5 crape m BJ ORMEYSrAt LAW QUI1DS- - I5TEIXS X CLTirKTKa condition said ttis a feie9KmoireenecUcf anil fbilterfiiff Villi liiore volubility than ftjrskeHttl previously seen passed be I tell you ltis noth- fore the TVinclow of the skind Those creatures tliei e Ms are for the time beiD puppets dolls or Vomen I decline to iinylhing you like call them Look at them rushing mad- lyjnlo tXe stores as IhoigK their lives j- - jJKKw nitlists6eh jittigli morBV siicj - - j k -- Â¬ - It is said that an Ohio man planted the first Anierican flag in Cali- Â¬ closing the piano locking it and putting fornia soil in 1833 Whether it grew and if you had or not is not stated but we suppose of the key in his pocket rrlnrinnc They hayc a rivw trained your mind to pick out exam Â¬ course it did ples supporting arguments in a discus- - climate out there Lowell Citizen sion you would have dropped upon a A man in Northampton County For I assume Avent to sleep in an engine house us much better one that you are capable of understanding in a box of dynamite for a pillow that Ayhen you follow your calling you When he awoke he found his head avouUI make a dismal failure if you had bloAvn off It must have Imjcu a pain- Â¬ tics like a professional politician was to interrupt the working of your mind ful surprise to him tforrislown Her- Â¬ well versed on the literature of the day each moment to tell your fingers how ald and entertainediriends in a graceful and to make a letter You must be aAvare lAvish Innocence Out of the City charming- manner But to see her risr of tho fact that all you have to do in youd lot me go to the city with you at an early hour of the morning and go writing an article is to allow your Charlie dear said a young wife to her off to a sale at the same time her hus houghts full scope and your fingers will husband who is on the Stoek Exchange band left for business not to return unout doAntho words spelling and all I should sq like just for oace to take a til he did late at night vas heart correct Avithout instruction from the 2T stroll through the money market rending spectacle 1 couldnt reason brain Y Ledger her out of such proceedings though 1 When the human muscles perform Mr Middlemas met three tramps tiied nry hardest to do so She was their functions indencndentlv of the this morning to the first he gave five quite obdurate I suppose you know tmindrlfecpntinued after a pause sci cents to the second ten cents audto continuecLthe strong minded lady that call the action instinct Whetli bargain-hunterS are really the most un- - J entists is proper or not I cant say but the third leu cenla what time was it erthat you Want me it worldly peopleiving A lady let us J reason 4o belive that maif has All give is up to see Avhatto tell it Avas Why- - it timo easy say canoDiaiu a certain article- atvttar--le-m more than one advantage above animals Ni Y Independ- afquarterto three Very good for fifty two cents Philosophers hold thatNthe only advan Â¬ erit She hears however that in Twenty- - tage is the reasoning powers but here Nothing makes a man feel the fJhiidi street the same thing is sold at we see a faculty Vf acquiring instinct value of aneecoifomical wife so much as foriy eiglit cents M pnee she jumps Avhich no animal possesses up and goes down toXvm i Shcpays fen But even riting is not an illustra when he finds that the hundred dollars her to- buy Christmas cents to the elevateCTroad for her jbtn tiontof the highest order in application he had given lias been invested inpay presents Tvjth ney down and ten cents for her return tbtliisTtsubjrct Not jonlymyself luit liaye got what I wanted ever musician can teftiyou that in jnjiei dressmaker bUL WdJuybng But she says for forty eight cents while at Harlem 51 memorizing pieces the lingers do it all Uiht J corn cow pipe ml jivzt- - -woujd have cost fourjjents imorcJ Sht X arouhLbe arerjtdu1iilttk llSkt to re- - HeUd haposlfivolvndtrdtBatriue hrtiele in member all the notesih apiece of music Wife Arehyon joing to cat reality has tjost her sixry eigui cenW and some musical neoblo rslv so cer-- vour pudding dearjcP Buisbarid pok She would laugh at you if vou were to taimy on their fingers fothe mechani mgit disparagingly witll his spoonj endeartbconvincerer dffthat fact cal Vart of their playing that when fi would kill me to eat that mess of in Shcs an exception said the young thev happon tothinJcofiliermosic in the digostible stnflS v its companion Avith a smile midst of a performance they become not very nice but yon had better eat if ChiDont AdU believe dtf commanded neryous and thecHaiieel- - are break dear I hate to see it wasted cago Mail tho vigorous mind almost dqwn theladof I will go still fur titer than iiirriijg me uouoDiouirpiiue cupwnicn that I learned a difficult piece of Times are pretty hard with some of contained her chocolate Shes no e- x- jinusic eight jears ago lost tJiCjinusie the small brokers in the new board of cention I dontrsaA eithertliat shes and dill not see 41 piece for two trade district A deaf and dumb mar the fepgBtflrasJcir tJlafc fiereprcsents j years I then resumed playing but Avent into an office in the open Board o a vtJEyai geiUiass oi oargain nunting had forgotten all about the piece Trade Buildiog the other day and ladies I should recommend a complete Avheir one evening Ahile I Avas seizing a piece of paper Avrcte I an feconrse of logic as areniedvfiAvuatl amusing uryself at tho piano in the hungiy The broker took the piece o kmust consider as an abuornial statb of dark my fingers happened to strike paper read the unhappy Avords am mind Doctors mav say Avhat thevdike the chord of that piece Then they scnnvlcd under them Chi So am L aboufe female foibles butTm a female started in and AvhilpI tvas- thinking of cago Herald and I know what those fpible should be tlie scenes surrounding the spot Avherc She should have darned em Z suppose you have never Jieard that I had learned the piece they played it The beautiful maiden Is shopping to day there exist ladies Avho mak jtivgart of expression and all I- - can now pull Unite bu3 and to her aarorlse xneir uauA uuiy 10 visuvme princiiJiu down the curtains of this room blind- Â¬ While through the thronged street she la taking her way bioius oi inu eny iooK at- quantities ox fold my eyes carry on n conversation Her beau in the street she esnles goods anil never buy a cent s Avprth 1 Avith you on anv subject and guaran Good gracious tis a rful Hes coming no f assure vou uouhf thats a fact Soihe of the tee that mv lingers Avill play that piece strikes a bigsroreshcrehae made that discovery Avith all the expression implied in its ThoAnd swift to her heart single her pain eyes of affectlonAvUl out and have moreover by engaging the tones This seems a ireranrkabhf feat Hell see her nnd speak that is plain services of keen eyed md observant but there are few good musicians Avho She halts blushes redly then crosses the street shppjwalkers so Arranged JtHmgs that AAill not agree to do the same 11 Fittt Avoiding the youth that she love3 theedadiesjbeConi6kno wh tothe sales burgh Qhroniclc The maid It would mortifymnch should they Thats a veiy primitive illustration resumed the other at the same time Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ -- perfeetlj full of strong minded lady remnants she hail bought at sales and subsequently made into uresses Sometimes she kept the remnants for yearf before she had them made up The were consequently most old fashioned and frequently I Save heard people say There is Lizzie with one of the dresscf Ifoahs wife wore when she came out of the irk In other points my aunt wju perfectly sensible She coiilo talk poli- She had a wardrobe continued the firma Do you Avish to be my wife Ma incau- Â¬ Yes bel said a little boy Then pull off tiously answered Mabel Pall Mall QazeAte my boots man Avho Is willing to hold the A baby part of the time and grease the griddle in the morning is in womans eye the only substitute for cash Pve eaten next tonothing lisped Smithcrs Avho wadniingwith his girl Oh I always do that when I sit by responded the young lady pleas- Â¬ you antly Sam Giveus the ballot box is the cry of but very feAV of the fair sex Avhile the rest of our feminine population is eon tent Avith being allowed to frequently stuff the band box Philadelphia Her Widow Who Plcyed Dovsti ob Her Beaa Oxcoose me if T ebed some tears It THE OVEaBALArtCED w Katker lew Three SigaUhMBt Bra JK aMflkat- 1Mb e e fJ4 TJnd wlTeB3Bose awayr Und If a luiap vasin bit troat It comes updere to satay MySAaneesT sKali now unf did 1 und If dot tale of woe Dond do some Dutchman any good Ben 1 dont pelief 1 know -- fUf BBBBBBBBBBV Pbbb m flfl ti f r K - W BbBbBbBbBbP H9 KaV You ee I fall ayself ia love Und effery nfght I goes Across to Brooklyn by ots bridge All dressed In Sunday clothes -- ste 3 1 aid btixe Her husband he voa V Wk dead rjnd all aloae ia this eolt vorldt Dot vidder vos she A vidder womaas vos der 9i m raV YiaBBBKBBflBBai BBBBBflBflBBflBBl 1 flBb I - vj - u- - - t v H C t I Zt S la TaBaBBBBBi BBBBBV PT B 4BL li 4C -- i saldt Her heart for love was on der pine TJnd dot 1 hke to see TJnd all der time I hoped dot heart Vos on der pine for me butcher ship you I keepsina a shtockisg stout know Una my gold und bills I put avayone gats him oudt undno The Peasant aad tB If in der night bank cashier Goes skipping- - oS mlt cash sound as I shleep so vas never Ahile rich folks go to sbmash I court dot vidder six Und vhon I says ViU you bo mine She says You bet Ill bel Votos engaged oh I blessed fact T squeeze dot dimpled hand Her head upon ray shoulder lays Sauet like a bag of sand Before der wedding day vos set Bhe whispers la my some Â¬ teenmonths Dot vidder she courts me Peasant iound a Dangcru SrpcaT ptt r iag with hia children WRaot litaypuifT to make Inquiries hewized a ehjawJit the Iteptifc Xortal blow W9Bfc your Action aa AriritrarjAfc queried the Toad of rower I Oont think you can Prove that the Serpeat aad struck one of your CSfidrea As to taHt rejKd tW PwB4t2w time to kill Poisonous Keptiles ss beec vou are Bitten Moral A Wolf doesnt stake BAfMr ano aiaog Lambs witH tke to Salaj-eclool--lferleading tls Free Press 0t One day upon his Return froaa Markft 8riwU a Iatetiaf r - 1 like to say T aaf to MBMrs2f3yBpfflB 1 ear no my dearwBBfcBMilHSywthsk responded DArjBfeK b omy amQx that CInm Well I heard waiter Mahe Batnf lie Manners that Vhy -- asWi a waawakag little girlot old DArgentwbo its in the parlor while uV yocaf getting ready for th opera The Xafeat Terrftle Were you born before Adam iae- aaarry-ft5 ewa-sioBj- mk rr IB talff - vt- AA Si Someeftek bjtXqoW -tiWBfBrsi OOWS8 JXm itlMwri turn i oJb M tm Jge Bv Si - fcZ 9 S -- I swHrJgtfc04Me aad- - - - fr Ua4iMMs ImmI rod sMofkr r AaTaMd fajybnoaaioog t jjfe- - y j SI HiHfl- JWVr r 4 - 1 biock Der times vos duH my butchwr-Bor- Der market vos no good Und if I sell T squeezed her bast To show I understood m BB v Â¬ Next day oxcoose my briny tears Dotshtockfng tookr a shrink hundred in Der cleanest kind o chink flflBrflflf i- - 5 I counted out twelve mAvkLXsrv - -- - -- Und later oy two days or more Dot Aidder shlopes avay Und leaves a note be- hindt forme In which dot vidder say v Ji - Dbau SnAKE Der violet blue You see Ive left Und youre left tool Der rose vos redt iii arz55fn J XAXBOOB Kew aglaad Twigs A Maiden schootmistrcss thinks some of her pupils compositions are hra Frem nier than anything of Mart tat an essay on Fashion written by a-- feejrcol twelve she citea the fotto wisgr Sensible people wearsesable fadaiona and insensible people insensible as hiens Another hopeful of hers writing on tha Twas -J- V Y Sun -- - -- nooii iir ri i consequently decline to Avaste tlieir5 time with thcin In a large Twenty third street si ore the bthei day Iowas told that Avlienever one of these ladles comes into the Establishment the shop walker conducts her to thcdesired icounter saj s to the salesman- the Avbrd whicli of course you know cave 4sar nneans beware1 and leaves her jSatisfied that she will not remain vxjry longin tho store Wrhen a salesman re cciyes a caAe customer heatonccde xlares that the article she desire tQfSee Ts lsold out and wont be instockagain Ayho - men There are holes in the tips of her gloves meet SNOW SHOEING The Ifushlonable and Prime Canadian Winter Amusement Supw shoeing is one of the prhiiewin ti jr amusements in Canada it is as fash ionable as laAAn tennis antL eveit hiore exhilarating To be deft on the snow-shoes is regarded in Montreal society as quite as much of an accomplishment as to be nimble on ones toes in tnV ball- Â¬ room Fashionable young gentlemen andlashionable young ladies Avho Avould regardltalmostasa social solecism to go on foot in the pursuit of Other amuse- Â¬ ments skim Over the chrystallized Sur-Â¬ face of snow covered hills and vales with no other aid to locomotion than that af- Â¬ forded by their OAvn strong- - limbs and seem to enjoy the sport The Canadian snow shoe differs as materially from the snow shoe in use in the Rocky Mountains as a cat boat dif- Jfefslfronf a catamaran The Canadian show shoe ismore dike a gigantic tennis bat or old fashioned battledppr than anything else Itis never fastened se- jcurelyto the foot but contains simply a toe piece byAyhich the Avearer pushes it alougJover the crusted snoAv his heels being entirely free It is turned up at thetofwartl end to prevent its bufroAA ing in tho suoaa and tho artof the snovr- vShoer consists in beingjable to half lift and half push the contrivance rapidly and evenly The snow shoes in use throughout thd mountainous regions of Colorado c6n sist of long narrow boards turned up at one end which are laced to the feet and which haing smooth under sides are used like sleds in descending thenioun tains There is a legend extant in Coir orado of a famous snow shoe racein which the competitors while descend- Â¬ ing a steep hill inadvertently turned their toes outward at too greatan angle and were all as neatly split open from the crotch to tlie top of the head as was ever a Christmas pig by a butchers cleaver No such dire disaster as this is possible in the use of Canadian snow The Rocky Mountain snow shoes shoes it must be borne in mind are fre- Â¬ -- Boston Courier A GREEN ONE SliuV ile Buys a Prairic Dog Town for a Colony Thereiare some mighty green mer said the passenger fron of lem p tAVO ago br If I hadnt 1 e AvouldntKbe- here iioav Last spring 1 J 5 went out 111 western JNcorasKa am liomesteaded a quarter section I hadn seen the land buttook it supposiu il But Avhen I got therr Avas all right About I found it already inhabited one hundred and fifty acres of tin one hundred and sixty werev covered in this world the West 1 and - AT HOUSE b for a loffgtnW Well wliat do these Avomen mean by such aimless shopping 4Whymv dear its a cheap You rehicmber Jonas Clifuz alewit who used to Aisittlie outsidbs of thejiters and the insides of churches be tjause theycost nothing Well the came etifer--tainme- nt subject A Rainy Afteraor evolvadfmaa desgec than consciousness A Common Odcurrenco Described in Terse au inner that of Josh Billings the foBowisg 9BParagraphs ence He eat in tho parlor It rained Bard aad I ce aM Bi aiw She was similarly indulging doors and so I went ontin tM8iwdaidod They had becu doing thi j similarly for eorne wootl In a little straw frame on the BMuRk w a four mortal hours sentence from the pen of her jBBageekad It was eleven thirty p m brightest given in answer to the reepwet Hewas happy Write in twenty words a definition- oF She was tired Man It reaJs thus Man ia an- - animal that srtaada He asked ifhe might singShe waid the patrot wagon didnt come is not very bg ad he haa to work for a v living itostoa Record out alter eleven oclock Then he tuned up his voice and started Ever ol Thee Im Fondly Dreaming he The Keligieas Seheel ef lrt t warbled n Ye said Mas Bnujgtotymy Why dont you wake up and gphome George is getting to be quite a art4 she queried querulously Does he affect any partkehtc seM4 ol He waked up art aeked the He wenthome k He nevercame backl He paints reBgjqus- pictures moaity I t ta young man took his place iinnK isn il ie a Haaona laas- - ir J i r But another c They burn the paternal coal and gas eev eaaights per week ra aAsfrk Possibly it is better thus Merchant Traveler Who knows X- WHO KNOWS - uhe vis-itor- - 1 v r- principles involved -- in this aimless chop Â¬ ping husiness Of course it is an dut iiagepus thing to do butyouTcnow there are lots of people Ayho Avilldoautrageous things and think nothing of it It usual- Â¬ ly takes a couple of months before a cave customer canfcbe- - satisfactorily distihguished this city being soTarge -- imn thatnetoandiAide her unprolital6pat ronare amonsr manv stores Thesef la -- - dies 4rcnerally carrV saclnjls aiicl nave all the appearance ofthe most inyetenite llioppers ThejTnakre niiiiute inquiries as x the goods- they arc Inspcctfat rfod alwa3S turn awajl AvithI iheiwords sor-roAA-fu- liy Avhat lichMPTOH HOUSE ii r Mrpjth oj rrT tUfZ TrA fl i - tlje smJifgnfinH ed lady angrilyas- sKeTaid the Avaiter for her chocolate and in her deep ab- Â¬ straction forgot to tip liim you read ofthe poor Avrelches avIio are taken to the police station because they are said to be disorderly in causing annoyances in the public streets- - 1 have seen a poor little banana seller captured by a policeman and numerous others Ayho lEXI2fGTOir KEKTtteKa i Ytu goose said Lizzie laughing arefendeavof ingtDJuftke j a livelihood thoy only cost i trifle and I intend to because they have forgotten the 4ed eii them until I jro into mourninjr tape Avhich inus jLOSWELL SONS PrjprutirB j Perhaps X shall nerer have such a chance acts Biit think df bpj mlojcd iutlie these Avomen these obstructions to honest purchasers They again And you never know Avhen yoiiU require themv 2fow said the mav flourish andthey may doas they am JjstrungTmmded lady energetically l4do CJJtfPXON KZ u yen exit taatntneact of Asaue Avomanr Well how couldauy one prevent tan mtALEX J ASBURY PrtjH letir Myftdariciildher inllect had been asked the gbrl iaipatieiitJyJ J dont sav thev coula my --dear I toucueu oy ner nusoana s misiortunes Srw4ie4 with theCBOlCeStWl i - rnnrrnir AU-t- - fw 1 Th tahle dont say thev could I am simnlv b46 Ja the Btarket and the cha rrte Bire things siiiu iu mci uwiai HtUe jMai laaiiccBiCBts i tJCBiHiercja i iii the healthiest ana uivuveciear uini auc speaking of thcinjn5tieeofi rich and Uwas most rMa mmdea how eAeryihing favors the I won an ho had over seen Shej rpminds nothing fthe poor 4 -- Tbo inveterate f shopper is m my opinion a positn e theficDtious ciise of Airs Smiti TOllr rTOpOrtf--imo- Avhlch half as riaiculous as you nuisance She cant explain her busiÂ¬ i Jsnt nnghtHrmk at first Sirs Smith Avent- - ness satisfactorily Itwus all very well I uk a salaand sawa very cheap door- - for Longfellow to make his namby pamby Preeiesu exclaim iT canfuot C8BI5J We vahi reason 1 can- - only fcel ealtT a frieadtowhdm shespbko of her reasoning logical Avomen nowadaj fpln ehase what did von buy that use- - sNoneof your- - wlk njlgvattf ndnenu il i BeliaWe TatfeaaUtjX fesHlit for ItS notUSeleSS Said ties for oodness sakef0 Book at fWfii iBraB- tT i coufiiined tlie indigaanUy ilyJiusband them Look at them tadAjffstaringrateli at might die and 1 jnigUt marry a man strong-mindeirjrf i OTi my Asd its awfully the unconscious sltoppers named Mr Jbnes uray Tg rarg cnewAVSSL Mia cheap sex r that yon should have come to x 1 jlmt dont compare those sensible this Come myder let n cross the j GMjnXAl ladie shopping on Sixth avenue to tlie road and Purdue the sftl- - strcMs cra5k3you liaveJnst mentioned Viaid where our ees aaU Vriot be offchdfefliafc CV CBMEMK -- i yj tlie youthful listener graAely CYCIV fllCJ VU iU il Jcr o -- iiijrAndrcontinned 1 SvntHmvextremelv annov uttered i This aiqxactly a prairie dog tOAATi WeUI concluded to settle down and see Avhat J could do and Im mighty glad noAv that X didwAboutLvtwo weeks ago L Avas up to therailroad station trying to get trusted for sonie bacon anil fioui and terbacker an feelin right smarl discouraged I Avas out of money and gi ub and the winter was comin on last airrfcbuldnt see anAwav out of il but to eat prairie dogs and rhcyre mighty hafoUtoatcliw XJut that da was the liuning point Tn my luclc While I was at the station an English man got ofT the cars an said as hoAV he Avas out West lobkin for a place to make an investment Said hed heard Avith Â¬ AFTEK THE HOLIDAYS J3 jf 1 -i r - CfPTVtA V sjiii aw- JEJij i if mi WCjmwW- A mm Mi - riflBflflTfr Obw gr-- XI V si 1 013 JWC i via4 3U painting now turning Yw kuoAV oithe fur wanted to business if he was out m the fur country an- - prima uoaiia BV aakithcolddrjtoher ha iband said the old man ita aMkdOHaa Mr- - bf - -- - yet -- -- - -- -- Il tTi T TaTa -- Bnaiiiimi Mill- 1HC8 - lflUr p lv J Tff tsf -- -- fc d- quently morh than hvcntyitwTcr cet in lengthTand act like independent steel runners on the glassy surface of the frozen snow The costume of the Cauadian suow shoer 13 decidedly picturesque and the inspiriting scene presented by a well equipped club in full swing over the frozen fields the leaders horn awaken ing distant melodious echoes and the cheeks of the travelers rosy with the ex-Â¬ ertion of tlie sport is one calculated to arouse the enthusiasm of the beholder A snowlioeingiaunt in Canada is usually followed by a hot supper SmalL wonder that the pastime is popular Harpers weekly A package marked Estloel ar rlvedin due- - season at- - its destination t East Lowell Mrss you myXuirfjinn Gradual Hxkaustlon he Avent but Vfth me an I And Boggi at the boarding house table shoAved him the prairiedog- town an Another cup of tea if you please Mrs as luck would have it lwas bright Famine sunny day an1 the dogs Avere out scoot Mrs F severely Mr Boggs the tea is in1 around by the hundreds s J Talkin about furs says I ivhat exhausted I should think it would be It BOggs dye think of that Ive been six yeara has been growing g adually weaker ever grdAvin hose mink an haint sold a eince made it acquaintance The Ram- Â¬ hide ItV all natural grease Guess bler I i theys bout seven thousand of em now Kight In the Family an tuey double very year riow many Tudge Peterby Baid- - to his colored ser will there be in ten years You pugbjej seen tliat Englishmans vant You attend to You will haAe to quit eyes open as lie took out his pencil an1 Avell but I am always mTsa figured it up He made it 7168 000 your worlt very ing things about the house and everytinae mink Well says J call it 5000000 to be it is you that takea them Boss dont send me off on dat account on the safe side It wont cost a dollar to keep em either an If theyre Avorth Hit mus be it comfurt ter yer when yer a cent theyre worth a dollar apiece inislng anythfng to know right wharit Texas Sittings am Theres millions in it Then we got right doAvn to business Where oali Kept theBees ah in less than an hour I had sold out Little Bess Tommy do you think Noah for seven thousand dollars cash an the next day I paid tltfea hundred and fifty took beeinto the ark Master Tommy Why of course he did dollars for the homestead at the Land t4But wouldnt they have stung Noah and Office got my patent and transferred it to him and took tlie first train for the the animals Where did He keep emi I dont know In Ihearc- Jdves giiesa East Step into the buffer Avith me fv shoAv - rlfangedmytune FurssaySI aintDO betterfurcouhtry than this on arth- - Just come out to my place till I - anjust fcurs says 1 there then an idea strik haint no t me an I there ZjygZf tf S 5f M ir Had a narrow escape but saved my neck anyhow Rmbler tfi v Siy Sllt fpft j A Traly Modest Deetor An unfortunate woman waa run over by SIW a street car A crowd gathered around tee victim After oome delay a cekferaedaoc tor who enjoys aytiowaFrtatroVap--pered on-- the scene It was to JateyMThe poor woman wadea4Jtieyebtreth5dsctor arrived- only come a uttSi Odoctorif y oa had Booner said a voice m thecrowdi JBvcn UXhatT coisooBr wliat iciate could I have doiitror her wplM-tiaa - jtev z t ut z - iat c- t or modestly gazing at the pfackf featarrs of the cOrjwi - ffiKoTis - I A PHwbWaiter- x A sup-pef-tinie t finally the Scwith Km itut waktwj happened to be in the kiteheu about handed a dish to thcaewdoa jc That xoes to the duuil- witS the remark tmt TBe giTl wa t soe sqme waiteri Alady staBet paaaa fer IjBroa4fc aec-haaif- 1- a -- with the diah still in alt Sam she uid fI Jwiiw afcur the house mum irg atiiXad the dickens of a dumb waiter elBXlBrf S - err - or- - cae- - thiBkklie tfiat ceH fHc goa ob- aWf r-I -- Why didRt yo said a Texaa lady tgWegay i t fe - Frt - AMwNwu mI ruj -- - i- - m yl Ml T 3r Mhlfli rSFSH - partner Herald drinkJ - Glucaav -P- misdelnhm Cal v k- z - a r 1 4iHetiWhQp aM Mftti Mar m UL- - M vou misxtB iw - mm YJamnm- zz -- sww ibbmbs v - m iwr -- 1 - - - - t w 7m c - - 7j m a 7 3BBTi 1 - flH r49 bi-bb i BB vi - v wntjaafife Hash at t m GiESN J NT MHRIB Herald H Awt NVVa a4a s - SftMi Graea Pert eia aaail Butter M Tildes the Mge of Grey sioae who was considered too olcf to be nominated for President in 1880is still alive and celebrated his 72nd birthday the other day while Gea Hancock was being buried Stand J ji StmOEBL COOPER WEDNESDAY Editox FEB 34 1886 HAZEL CREEN KY Is not the proposed pistol bill uncon ititutional in its provisions and would not its passage be likely to involve the State in costly litigation And would it not be better to enforce the present pistol law 6r Ccedee JFSrst kteaday is Aagest 18SC For Grcait Judge 13th District JOHN EL COOPER For CMiMenwealthE Attorney Cot L M DAY Ceeety Jaege G B SWANGO LYJOKS Ceeatr Attraey r Ceeaty Ceert Clark DAVID HOGG Sfeerif G T CENTER Sreeit Ceert CTerk W F ELKINS AscoMor W G W- - CRUET Jaaer GBO W DRAKE ftsrreyw H BURNS XA8H Ceroser FIELDEN COX Ceeaty Sekeei Septv JOHN M ROSE Democratic Tickets well people and healthy people and o strong people and people but a great many people are not well or healthy or strong or young or sThe country has a great many sick and old and delicate people who own no lnd For such I believe in the bluegrass God made Florida with all others who prefer the sand to snow the sunshine to 20 telow zero Those of us who cannot even spend our winters in Florida mu6t content ourselves with the hope of reaching the Eternal Florida forever beyond the frost line of sin and the storms of sor- Â¬ row Hoping to meet you there I am well-to-dwell-to-d- o POSITIVELY CURED Thousands of cases of sick and nervous headache are cured every year by the use of TUBN Kis TBXJLTMSMT Mrs Gen AugusÂ¬ tus Williams of Parsons Kas who was ap- Â¬ pointed by the governor and State of Kan Â¬ sas lady commissioner to the Worlds Fair HEADACHE SAVE YOUR MONEY AND BUY YOUB GOODS CHEAP FP03 at Knott county which for two years has l Yours Iruiy BbVT 0 GlJERRAXT a held the anomalous position of a county at large being without representation in Congress has been added to the 10th dis- Â¬ trict by act of the Legislature FLORIDA Er S3 If I S Dkjlx Editor A further acquaint- Â¬ ance with this genial country has modi- Â¬ fied many of my first impressions Live grid lusirti is eav A uaiv vico nA eon T Viiwa aww wv j lived a good deal since my last letter WrffMtf- AsBOHScenenU We a astkeriae is eumceB M and learned some things I did not know be- C01CB6 a easiieateier tke See of Surrey fore They are at your service and any r ef Breaikttt ceeaty subject te the action of your friends without the labor and mi th Disaooratk earty expense they cost me The more I traveled over Florida the more I was impressed with its great pos- Â¬ Wifch the iame of March 2nd The sibilities its undeveloped wealth and its TJatt1 Geeex Heulld will begin its brilliant future I was surprised to find second Tolsme Oae year o its young j land there as rich as the bluegrass with Hon Henry B Wiseman life will hare passed the fond memory facilities for living and accumulation Photograph by Ifattern unknown in the bluegrass of which will be recalled in years to When the cold wave passed over the Hon Henry B Wiseman Bepresenta Gome by those who came to our aid while weather assumed the type of a Kentucky tivo from Estill county was born Sep- it it was in it swaddling clothes We Septembermen could not be more delight Â¬ temoer id 1S21 the place of his birth were putting in gardens being about five miles from his present ful The have eadeavored in the past to conduct and the ladies working among flowers home His parents came from Virginia it with malice towards none and chari- - A winter in llonaa is a beauty ana a and settled in Kentucky some years be- Â¬ ty for all and shall try to maintain that joy to a snow bound blizzard blown Ken fore the birth of the subject of this coarse is future If we hate unwitting tucrian 1 cannot speak of the summers sketch Mr Wiseman is a farmer and lydSssded we apologise and seek for there from experience but the almost has held no public office save that of universal testimony of Kentuckians I met sheriff to which he has been thiee times giveness in appealing to you to subscribe there and there are many living in that elected the last time without opposition Tke Herats success has been almost country is that the summers there are He is a gentleman of commanding apaaprecedefited in the annals of journal Â¬ more pleasant than further north be-Â¬ pearance and represents the sturdy hon- Â¬ ism ia Kentucky and it is everywhere cause of the constant sea breezes and est straight forward type of a statesman daily showers Sunstroke so common xecogaiaed as the leading local paper of in the north is unknown in Florida who can not be turned aside from hisÂ¬ conviction of what is right As a Legisthe State It is the pioneer of progress I do not remember a single resident I lator he is painstaking watchful and among this people Its mission is to met and I know many who went from observant though comprehensive and bring the capitalists of the world to a re delightful homes in Kentucky who liberal in his views He has been as- Â¬ do come back alLtatioa of our unequaled resources wanted to the State wasfew ever settled signed to the Comnittee on Propositions the first Though and Grievances that they may settle among us and help by white men it ia comparatively a new develop this hidden wealth The Hek country Until recently no railroads STATE AND LEGISLATIVE jlld would represent the interests of the penetrated it and few emigrants entered John Breathitt shot by Wilbur Wil- Â¬ ago a gentleman walked entire mountain section and every citi it Ten years to Orlando 20 miles for son at Hopkinsville on the 9th died on from Sanford eea aoaH realize that it his duty to aid want of a better conveyance Now three the 14th inst us ia this grand work As an auxilliary railroads center there Ten years ago Mr Arnett ofiered a bill to amend we have the site of Fustis was Government wild Sec 3 of Art 3 of Chap 29 of the is the accomplishment of this published more Eastern Kentucky news land now it is a thriving town of some General Statutes 5000 inhabitants Ten years ago a few teas aay paper la the State This we invalids sought its sunshine daring any- Â¬ Mr Grodsey has offered a bill to incor-Â¬ porate the Farmers and Merchants De- Â¬ shall ooatiane to do and endeavor to thing to escape deafh Since October tective Agency of Eastern Kentucky picture this people as the hard working 29000 Tisitors have registered at the The present session of the Legislature geaerous hospitable brave people they hotels in Jacksonville alone will reach its constitutional limit next has been the Saturday From the beginning but it will be extended as are not forgetting to paint a back- Â¬ unwise custom of the it Southern people usual ground of the finest coal and timber in to raise cotton and buy everything else Our the world Capitalists once convinced of They are gradually learning better So scy Kepresentative Hon D S God has introduced a bill to incorporate in Florida the rage has been to raise our wealth will cause this country to blos Â¬ oranges and buy everything else There the Mt Sterling Music College of that som as the rose Peace and plenty will is no more necessity for it in one case town reign supreme and every man from Mt than in the other Some things cannot Gold has been discovered in the bed to the Virginia be raised so far south but I am con of Doe Creek in Meade county near line should invest a dollar towards this vinced by observation and the evidence Brandenburg and great excitement pre- Â¬ almost everything vails of business men consummation so devoutly to be wished necessary to goodthat living may be raised reA Subscribe for The Herald as the most in the State I do not know where I centlywoman living near Somerset gave birth to a child with a head sure means of attaining this end and saw richer land than the hammocks mouth and body resembling those of a around Ocala and I am sure I never frog The lower limbs were natural but proscribe at once saw a healthier country or such beauti- Â¬ the hands were webbed Every new subscriber to The Hazel ful lakes as around Umatilla and that Mr Arnett offered a bill for the ben- Â¬ Geeen Hetult and every old subscri- Â¬ great lake region An old settler told efit of John C Patrick Sheriff of Maber who renews by paying one years me he hadli ved there 18 years with a large goffin county giving him until the 1st subscription cash In advance will re- Â¬ family and never paid a doctor a cent of June next in which to pay the reve- Â¬ case ceive with his receipt a ticket entitling for attending a is of sickness Indeed nue of Magoffin county for the year 1885 I believe there no doctor there him to a chance in our Grand Distribuliaising early vegetables is becoming into the Treasury Messrs Kowlett Thomas McElrath tion of Presents on WEDNESDAY a profitable industry Kobt Howe of Kentucky told me he sold 115 worth Tborne Terry Jackson Nunn Dicker JUNE 16th 1885 Among the more son Wathen and Bullitt filed petitions Taluable presents to be given away on of tomatoes oft of half an acre Dr protesting against the repeal of the act Webster near Altoona gathered over that day is a Celestina a beautful au 100 bushels of strawberries off of less providing for the Geological Survey etc tosaatic asusical instrument of exquisite than an acre so he publishes in his paper Geological Survey tone and elegant design and a fine coin He began gathering in January and conBreens Liniment removes knots and silver hunting case American cronomiter tinued until June Cabbages cucumbers all enlargements on horses or other stock and melons of all kinds grow in greatest balanee watch a model of beauty and a abundance on the better pine lands with No cure no pay Sold by J T F Day Hazel Green perfect time piece The Celestina which fertilizing and on the hammocks with- Â¬ D D Landsatt Stillwater out it is worth 28 with the music is from the Cassidy Robinson Campton The Talus of lands is constantly and old established house of Emily Tripp cousin of mine rapidly increasing Louisville Ky while the watch and declined to purchase A acres for 300 10 chain worth 25 are from John W 10 years ago now it is valued at 5000 Jones the celebrated jeweler of Mt Another bought at 25 per acre some Sterling Beside these there will be 25 four years ago and has sold part of it at IH 300 acre Other cases might be other articles given away Every sub- Â¬ given per much larger profits these I of scriber whether here in person or not know Since I wrote you I have yisited the will have an equal show as all the num Â¬ famous Silver spring probably the bers will be placed in a box and a com- Â¬ largest fountain in the world A steam- Â¬ SCHOOL mittee appointed to conduct the distri boat runs to it daily from Palatka It bmtion fairly looked large enough for a dozen steam- Â¬ boats to anchor in It is one of the main If the members of the Kentucky Leg tributaries of the Ockawaha Biver I islature wish to immortalize themselves never saw such beauliful water you fish at a depth of 70 could easily they should pass alaw requiring all legal and believesee nickle could be seenfeet a at I sales to be published in the county paper the bottom No rains ever muddy it or if there be one in the county where such increase its mighty volume more than a A splendid hotel is just pales take place- - People unacquainted few inches finished to accommodate visitors A with the benefits of such a bill contend broad guage railroad runs to it from that it would increase the cost of the de Okala and Palatka A few miles from fendantiB these forced sales Very true it a new town is laid out the Park I be-Â¬ but while it increases the cost 3 or 4 lieve it is called and as yet only a Park will not your patience such a law will increase the proceeds of ToBut Iup would weary as sum say the result of I the sale 30 or 40 to say the least of it my investigations that I believe Florida We simply give these figures as a com- Â¬ a goo 1 place for delicate people especial- Â¬ manufactartd by fh ly w th pulmonary complaints many parative ratio and all who have ever ex-Â¬ perienced the advantage of judicious ad have gone there and recovered I met a Sidney School Furniture Go young man whom Tennessee ertking know that we are right in the with consumption I knew in JOHK LOUGBXIN Sole Proprietor and hemorrhage who estimate we make and that the unfortu has recovered in a few years and is now satc defendant in these matters is the a strong man He went there in time SIDNEY OHIO Many do not They had better die at rery one who reaps the benefit of the ad home The mild and climate is Tertasing The old fogy system of tack- Â¬ specially grateful to equal people As Thli Desk has beta Adopted In Xearly old All th Leading Schools of ths Country ing up a few badly written notices of men grow older they suffer more with legal sales should be abolished at once cold and are les3 able to resist violent NOW IN USE and a general printing bill passed A diseases of colder climates There they may live free from pinching cold and the jaore important law could not be enact- Â¬ dread ofpneumonia and other acute dis- Â¬ Globes Registers Dictionary Holders Maps ed and we hope the Solons at Frankfort eases Health and out door life are syÂ¬ Map Cases Numeral Frames Charts Dictionaries Anatomical Models will bestir thesselvee about it If the nonymous terms Here you can live Erasers Blackboards Liquid printer can earn an honest dollar or two out doors nearly every day in the yearÂ¬ Slating Bells Crayon Gould a delicate old gentleMicroscopes as a fee for advertisang an unfortunate Professor once taught school in Kentucky man who And everything needed in a school room debtors estate and thereby increase the and left on account of the climate is Write as for complete catalogue Ad mmfortunate debtors wealth seventy or now living at Orlando past 80 years of dress eren hundred fold we can see no plaus- age A gallant old colonel from Louis- Â¬ ville who had ible reason why It should not be done out of doors not the courage to venture Sidney School Furniture Company at Louisville during the Think of it ye wiseacres and let us have winter is working in his orange grove S1DNET OHIO flOly a law la regard to these matters that is in his shirt sleeves in January He came P ROGERS in keeping with the progress of an en from a brown stone front on Broadway WITH to a little cottace in the pine woods and igfeieed peepie is happy I would recommend this cli to delicate and old people as Three prominent leaders of the demo Â¬ matechance for long life and nealth theirÂ¬ CO BeSHIPLEY DOiSY best cratic party bave passed away since sides these I believe that Florida now Gkriftmas yiz McCkllau who led the offers opportunities to active persever orient hope in 1864 Hancock who was inr self denying young men seeking to by Garfield ia 1890 and Seymour better their fortunes I find many such nc re uuiiig wen mwe getmig zivu jit ran against Graat in 1864 Besides will require pluck patience and perse- Â¬ Grate Brws who was on the tick verance qualities which win anywhere et with Greely ia JS72 has also died but I believe will get a reward here soon Cor 4th and Elm Strets er than in most places whe was elected Vice- Ssdcka With all this I am loyal to Kentucky lSS4paed waylat fall J believe it is the garden spot ior CINCD7NATI OHIO ww W - The Lnd of Sunshine palpitation of the heart smotheringin 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and DYSPEPSIA Strengthening the nerves and restoring vital Org -- Goods AND CELESTINAI PERFECTION AT LASTI LATEST JJCB Â¬ PaiCE TURNXRS TREATMEhT PEE PACK Â¬ AGE 1 three packages 2 sent prepaid on receipt of price Thousands of cases of dis- Â¬ eases mentioned above have been cured TEmB SACS umOH 3I3ESIS with one package and knowing ac we do its wonderful curative effects the TREAT Â¬ MENT having been used in private practice for over 30 years in St Louis we will give the following written guarantse With each order for 3 boxes accompanied by 2 we THE JOHN SHILLITO COMPANY will send our writtsn guarantee to refund the money if the Treatment does not effect Wholesale and Be tail Dealers in a cure Send money by postal note or at our risk Address E L Blake Co Sixth and Market Streets St Louis Mo w OTIONS Cincinnati BBMuyBSpMJjBPjBjgSBBSssifcswa GrtiM SksssI dt AUTOMATIC Musical HISTHMENTS Of tke Ags CATALOGUES riES BOONEYILLE DBY GOODS Race EMILY TRIPP AGMT FOR A 1 OPERA nd daalar la ORGANS ajA WM Ky Xiuieai tteeo CARPETING BOONEV1LLE OWSLEY COUNTY - KENTUCKY 5 9 Fourth Avenue Loulave STnth k Gcorg Street Cincinnati O JOHNSOraODYNE LINIMENT JHarracaa IldaarTroafrUa aad jwmmmwmtml A School for Teachers A SANDERS fl J m W SHIVELY Postoffice Campbellirille Ky WITX Principal 1881 1883 1884 17 Antliacii Burgunder Go r envas xaaumaa saaxwx XMsataavte Cram ess itttaay r ial 3T waop 5TjhMSg I tt UrTL a-XIC3C THh torn Oa J ni mm Miss Nannie Fisher graduate Allie Sandebs Birdie Sanders CLOTHING and 19 Hopkins Place BALTIMORE MD t Sterling-oa-the-Hingst- on TEACHERS CAN ENTER AT ANY TIME Â¬ Be Warned la time Kidney diseasei may be prevented by purifying renewing and invigorating the blood with Ayers Sarsaparilla When through debility the action of the kidneys Is perrerted these organs rob the blood of Its needed constituent albumen which is passed off in the urine while worn out matter which they should carry off from the blood is allowed to remain By the nxe of Ayers Sarsaparilla the kidneys are restored to proper action and AlbuÂ¬ ka takfaL Tlnd trat aoont toae fraa Said tTmallfbraSalaata2r30 X ll Condition Srdaaa abaolKtalr ovdr la ycxa asd hlzMr oen wam mi km m ssaisi aatflmst aatrafcad Oca aoaoo Is worUi a pcaiut of aay otkaa It It rtrUtly a wadlala to k rt raa with food eld VTwrrwara or aansby saall fcr C5 SCSta 1 Tfeaaa pUla war a woadarfd dlerrery rxaiajoi rauaTaamaaaaaror anaiaa md tram trill pUIa PARSONS 3T sraw MAKE LCOO tniiteruB1 almmMm na oewstCottwt te arer txatj aroaas as PILLS rl WiQ W rSJOS3f0r00C TM ta Tinri CacvtU a laiMTate mmn aaaa - ar a bv ae awra HS aa ka Six ftaaa or tu 5ilMtnClldLAI i issaafeaByt1 ptui tor gSOQ iai wjm wm n and the Fourth 18S6 Third Term Trm commences Jan 27 18S6 commences April 6th SawMill for Sale eluding a The Hazel Green Academy HAZEL GREEN HY HAYS and the third term will months Teachers Terms Tuition Â¬ per Term Write for Catalogue Irce 1000 Third and Fourih I have a saw mill which I wish to sell in 10 TEN HOESE ENGINE Â¬ CHICAGC COTTA skill and minuria or SCOTT Th large is the DISTON CFISSEL BIT and the MOl a No 1 STANDARD GARB CO The Trustees this iatitvtiQfi kaT stts art 52 and 30 inches respectrrelr araia secured theofserricea of PreC N B AUGUST 31ST 1S55 aad ceatiaas toe eesuuset Address Â¬ H9 attained a standard of excellence whloh admits of no Bupsrior It contains every improvement that Inventive money genius can produce OTJB ORGAN fffLfiHslSBi pMB8HsiiB Brighfs Disease Is prevented Ayers Sarsaparilla alia prevents inflammation of the kidneys and other disorders of these organs Mrs Jas W Weld Forest Hill st Jamaica Plain Hass writes I hare had a complica- Â¬ tion of diseases but my greatest trouble has been with my kidneys Four bottle of Ayers Sarsaparilla made me feel like a new person as well and strong aa W M McDonald 46 Summer st eTer Boston Mass had been troubled foryears with Kidney Complaint By th use of Ayers Sarsaparilla he not only J W DEJARNETT P OBox502 Paris Kt HAZEL GREEN KY Stands at tha head of Low Prices witk F McGTJIRE erything you want in Boots Shoes Hats ClotMBg t Hazel Greem is tha ssoet deaifabTe Iee tioa ia the mouataias of East era Hsataekj and noted for the advantages it ha caurcaes teaperaae seedstr- and health This school pretests dvaatase wkica are not equalled ia th Stat ia saaay parÂ¬ ticulars asd its futur is destined to wck e Cod to our couatry whick wHI be felt Terms reasonable fer hoik taitiaa a4 heari XVSST DRY GOODS MOTIONS GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGS FLOUR BACON 4c Th money is what I want and I will rive MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH than any other house in town goods For terms er aply t Prof N B HAYS PriaL ss The Celebrated aim Unnhinn rd CherryPectoral Should be kept coeetaetly at use in emergencies t tke frnnnnhqld Many a mother startled La use 2rigkt ey the ominous sound ef Creep Sad Uke little sufferer wkh red aad sweDe gaspias lor air Ia such ease Ayetf Cherry Pectoral is lavafeaefe XrsEx Gedney 150 West 333 Lt Stir Terk writes Wkik fa tee ceeetryy hat winter ay Httle boy tkree years 4d wa takes ill witk Creep ft seesed as Kk would die Iroaa straagnUtiee Ayes -- Aye rs Prevented These Organs are celebrated for rolurae quality of tone quick response artistic desigm beauty In finish perfect construction making thorn the most desirable organs for homes schools churches lodges societies etc Country product taken in exchange for F McGTJIRE ieaeier DESK ESTABLISHED REPUTATION Ui EQUALED FACILITIES SKILLED WOBKXEI OOXBIHXn MAES THIS BEST HATEKIAX the disease from assuming a fatal form but was restored to perfect health Joha McLellan cor Bridge and Third BtM Lowell Mass writes For several years suffered from Dyspepsia and Kidney I Complaint the latter being so severe at times that I could scarcely attend to my work My appetite was poor and I was much emaciated but by using FRANK TYLER BLACKSMITH HAZEL GREEN KY Horst Shoeing a Specialty BbjjIw wagons and all kinds of Farm Taels aaada and repaired in the best maaner THE POPULAR OROAH Iistrmctlon Books end Placo Stoslt fltalcgnes AYERS Valuable Farm for Sals Holderby place lying it ter 1 oer r asd Price Utta on applioaiico ORGAN GO Sarsaparilla my appetite and digestion improved ay health has been perfectly restored Sold by all Druggists I offer for sale the farm knows as ik Containing 423 Acres CHICAGO COTTAGE V Randolph end Ann srealat Tslia a4 Green on the state road A Good miles beloir Hazel This farm has oa Cherry Pectoral was tried ki tmnTT aad frequent doses aad ia iss tkas kalf as hour the little patieat wt easily The doctor said that ikePeeterai saved my darliaes Mfen 3ax Ceac 3 kusf MAys Stt CMlGAtO 2 Story Frame Dwelling Landon Guilford Cherry Pectoral Ceaat writ W H HALDEMAN of tfe Price 1 Six bottles 5 Prepared by Dr Ort mt CaMTJSA J C Ayer h Co LaweU LQCISTCLE C0ORIER J0UR3UL CO Wkt Be Karrrs LYTLE D2ALX1S IK CO WINTEBSMITHS 1625000 CHILL CURE Dr iritimwM bear containing 5 rooms besides kitchen and din- Â¬ ing room There is a good well of fine wa- Â¬ ter and fine sDrintrs which vield an abun dance of pure stock water an orchard of 65 bearing apple tree3 ot assorted winter and summer fruit oung and thrifty good barn and out buildings about 100 acres of bottom land in good state of cultivation 60 acres of which is now in core 60 acres of improved table land and the remaining 263 acres timbered of which 163 acres is coverÂ¬ ed with very finest oak and poplar soil rich and productive and underlaid with Saved My Life and also the Kfe f jay Kale 99a is treebfed witk Creep I ear set W withoat this remedy la tae koesaJ J Gregg Lowell Kass writes 3fy children have repeatedly takes Aysra Cheery Pectoral fee Ceegk aed Creep jl4 3i It OrocK er nm Couxnoi -- JoKxt I kire oWrrtJ fts 1 o tils M KITE th t1u cf your roasedr prosipt is rcplvto to igyoar7rs Care Th your raqsttt what kxow Chill priratt uiarticti of its ef Sfrr I wmt a rl 96 W Pear St 6 H 1 Fine Bituminous Cos gives iauiKiikUe ttUtt XeSewed ey 34rs Mary JL Xtss Seraeeee Pa writes I have twe Bute keys k ef whoa kave been frea Seiaeey aubjest care uDi Price 4500 K cash and remainder ia one and two years Possession given at once on reasonable terms Persona desiring to purchase can call on H C Heradoa or W O Hize at Hazel Green or the under Â¬ signed at Stanton Powell county Ky L W MAPEK ifay 27 18S5 to Tloknt attacks f Creee Aeeet stc Eioatks ago we begae tssia Ayers Ceerrr Pectoral and it acts Mke a ckara Ia a few RaiBetes after tke cMM take R ke breathe easfly sad rest wR iTtry Qetker aegkt to kaew wket a klssaiee I have foaed Ia Ayert Ckerry Peeralw SbT Â¬ Â¬ J eJaocy I bad aad th good r4ults et it effects I had oburrad on Mr R W Ucrsdith wka far sera tkaa fiftaca yaars has bca frstax of mj oSc ta tast it ia any tastily Tha ralts iadncid ear bca entirely tatactory The first cas was f twa years taa diaj ia which 1 believe every known reaedy had bean tried with teispararyr the chills retvraiag periodically aad sccauagiy Yoar care broke thcat at wkh iasreaxed severity for so recarrcaae cf aca aad there has more thxa lis soatha The other case was of a tailder form aad yisided store readily to other rcKadiee bat the chills would reran at interval acc which risee aatO yoar mediciae was aicd sawiavaral AoathSj they have eatirely disappeared From the osoortamtv I hav had to fudrc I do set heattat to axprs ay belief that yoar Chill Core u a Talaable tpecific aad performs ail yo p vary raapacuauy foru CINCINNATI O DEAN FORJ3ALE A KrVaXeIdrreeeW2rJwxile la oer POLLARD lf bi Importer and Jobbers IK DlreGOODSi R4Mm PORTABLE BOILER AND ENGINE ON SRTDS 15 HORSE POWER HAZEL GEEEN KY K W eer Purl Wilmt 24 inch French burr corn rocks made by mattown Bradf ord Mill Co recently overhauled HORSE SHOEING A SFEOUIjrT O and now in first clas condition Makes and repairs all kinds of Farming Apply to or addresa F M LONG Will repair Famis Tools Bucgies and Wagons Upper Grassy Morstaa coantr KV your paper envelopes ink pen 4 Horse Shoeisy will receive especial attex BUY kt t TixHnuu e- - j Or this office at aa WNHALDKMAJr J T PIERATT Queensware Glassware ni Ayers Oherry Fsciont Blandy Boiler Engine asd Am ru t nn tnrjssier and Saw Works Tr J a Ayit Ce ItQ 3Ct AT A BARGAIN foldky aS 48 Inch Saw and Niw Mtitj hy- Fins Saw and Grist Mill beea bleesiags for auey yean ef Cold aad Ceegks we take faaally Ayers asedCelaes keee Is c BLACKSMITH rrn E J ROGEES BLACKSMITH - Cincinnati MakeTVeki1 nnasa iauvH 4Mi Mini TliWtiltWi mSfrt VMWSte4L i TSJJtgg1 S -- - r STTiy mi yf -- ll TVts r niiu ifV- jhvj n wjn i Kylv--ajl- K U giJTWvg H1 P - Jt Jt OTH BBPJew S vMv jMWas sjw wtwwwn WJBPWJBDJlT HAM I GREEN KY 34 ISoe mX2S bbttkbbbbmbc advertisements inserted a l Teee Mr iek firet weertiea aad 25 MfeMiMk eh eebeegacat Meertiea Kiinlqf TIMETABLE Swtk Aitartfc UMwiy Iff 1 ImtiiL jri am liiNHiiiP at Mt Steriiag with 1105 a O railway X aad 1 J7 X traia ea C -- rive at Bewell at 3 30 M Ye 4 JeeeXthwell at 545 P ic arrives Sterliag at S JO 2 K IF Betkwell at S ju M arrive at Mt Stealage 1050 A ac leaves Mt Stadia at 140 7 v arÂ¬ tease 22 esiaaie slewer than Sterliar iisae Stekag it 7 X JL arrives M XeefcweB at S40 x 3t Jer Lexweftea Ctaeiaaeti aad Leaisrille at Mt fteriiag with 1105 A 1 C 0 fre the Eat aad 136 JLtM0 freesA Lesuviile and CiBcisBtL SMCtrata sVMeigeMtry ceaaty ceart day special leerree Xatkwcti ea the 3rd Meaasy ia each vteath at 7M A X erriviag at 3ft Sterling leave Mi Sterling Beter at S X arririaf at Bethwell at L30 p x Leavee JUekweli ier Mt Sterliar at 5 P x GEO B HABPEB Sept Mti kttiK r ejt aKr k after the aaae yei eaheeriptie iVr last year ku expire eaettre are reepeotfelly reeeestea1 to i ear 109 kreee BBrk breeaeLia baa a crose mark fcefere year aeme year cabecrip tiea k ever dee aad yea will eblige at at eace 11 tse fer eeaUr If tort paper iediaielyi A LOCAL NEWS o After the prayer meeting service at the Christian Church oa Wednesday evening last the 17th insL the announcement was msde that there would be a meeting at W P Trimbles on the following night and the curious of the crowd were all agog over the announcemenL Some said the event was to be the marriage of Mr Tavlor Whaley and Miss Francis Trimble while others claimed it was to be a prayer meeting But on Thursday all doubts upon the subject were dispelled and it became generally known that Mr Whaley and Miss Francis would be united in the holy bonds of matrimony By early lamp light nearly every citizen of the tewn had gathered at the residence of the brides father Uncle Press as he is affection atelyOknown here At 7 J oclock the bride and groom made their appearance and as the house was insufficient to ac- Â¬ commodate the large throng of people it was deemed best that the ceremony be performed on the porch that all might witness iL The ceremony which was beutif ul was performed by Rev D H Fallen in his happiest style after which congratulations were in order and all wished them a long and prosperos life The bride was dressed in pure wnite flow- Â¬ ers lilly of the valley and the fcroom was dressed in a suit of regulation black Attendants Mr George H McClain and Mies Rosa Trimble Mr Harlan Trimble and Miss Eliza McClain On Friday the bride and groom were given a reception by mine host J H Pieratt on Saturday they dined with Mrs W O Mize and took tea with Mr and Mrs J Taylor Day and on Sunday thej dined with Mr ana Mrs F McGuire and took tea at the Day House with Mrs Godsey The bride is a niece of J G Trimble of Mt Sterling and well known in society cir-Â¬ cles there while the groom hails from Bourbon county J WhaJy Trimble -- all of which was contributed by the citi Â¬ zens Seventy five pupils are in attend- Â¬ ance already A great need of that sec- Â¬ tion is useful reading matter and the trustees ot tne scnool appeal to tne peo-Â¬ ple of the State for Wolfe as yet has very Jittie weaim ror dooes to suppiy the library room of the new building They may be sent to G B Swango of Hazel Green MORGAN COUNTY tMaytowk Feb 19 We learn that Prof J E Smalley of Ironton Ohio C E WTLLMOT WQHrn ipim Licking Valley Scorcher Some of our brethren of the quill who luxuriate in the land of Bluegrass and Bourbon whisky sailed into us at a lively rate last week because of our caustic slings at the pleuro pneumonia job Even Bro Scruggs of the Outlook witn a lucidity Dorn oi iioauon turned the faucet of his intellectual reservo and showered a lot of on purty names on our Morgan county Long horns Fie fie man you forget that the cattle that fnif hflTTA - f Iswirv Art1 TH in iiiiiiiu M u range on Jbatn county red brush can Y ii liiii ii n iiini A vjeorge annoy ana jdiss uora Uollms- trace their paternity directly to Morgan bulls a royal lineage of which they worth were married last Thursday Hur-should be proud and as to beef we have ran yr cousin George may peace and supplied yonr gastronomic ballot boxes uappmess auena mee with that article for years Come now Well Garkey many thanks for thp keep quiet dont pose as a short horn address Tell me why you think I am and when we meet well take a horn and mercenary You would not envy my if your tongne is solidly sound and breath pleasure would you sweet well kiss you for your mothers WLeslie Swetnam returned from West sake iJiuciiij uuuoaYoauc uiu uvu suy jes S S Denuis our sheriff was in We are obliged to our young friend S last week trying to get some cash town Xen Swimm for timely assistance last Charley Howe of Mt Sterling called week Seneca is making his mark in on our merchants Thursday Hazel Green espesially during this soft B N Spradling was in town Thursday weather on business On The Road 1 Hell Kiss Him for His Mother has made permanent arrangements to go into the carding business at Camp ton He will go to New York to buy his ma-Â¬ chinery He will be a valuable acquisi- Â¬ tion to Campton as he is a man of means We understand that Rev W L Stamp- Â¬ er will preach the funeral of Floyd Wil- Â¬ liams tne second Sunday in June 1886 He will also deliver an address at the commencement exercises of the Campton high school in June J C Swango attended court at ML Sterling and says it was a dull time for stock men Take the advice of The Hebald and have your stock at the arch sale at Hazel Green Henry Ward and Mary Sexton of this ace were married Thursday at the resi dence of the brides father B F Sexton VQTT Cash Dry Goods Store WHOLESALE AND RETAIL We are anxious to sell Our Goods and will make our prices right orders filled promptly and carefully We have a big drive in a Box toe Boot at 350 extra good Come and see me The Water of Life for Afflicted Humanity IRON IS KING These sp nags are leeaied tisgee ipHuiece of a aule frees tke feeaatifsl tewx f Hzael Greea Tia water eoBteia a larger pec c en tag e el ires tkaa aay otkerwatec kosewa hence it is the Bsost Tamable ia tke ere ef disease used istersally or exieraaSyv Among tke aaay dSeeeeee whiek Jeea Sa heir to aad fer which thk weenierfel water is kfiowa to be a peeitive aad aenaaoeat cure are the follewxae CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SEQT DISEASES SCROFULA CAÂ¬ TARRH RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA NER Â¬ VOUSNESS C Ife append a few of the hadr4e ef tee tiraonials which have bCas teaderelae te the efficacy ef this water ia rite ease One lady writes 1 aase tfcaatlte tke Great Giver ef all Bleseiags that I teiee 8wango Springs c E WILLMOT - Reese Building - MT STERLING KY JUDY OLDHAM JUDY ZXALXXf Successors to HANLY Mount Sterling Ky Hardware lueensware Stoves Grates Plows c Sole Agents for the World Renowned elarif te e27acnx L C Caakey of receat deep soow Graeyloet five saoata Tke Xftefceli Wages tor eale at S 8 Hi Sieriiag J T Pieratt nreached at White Oak Morgan oousty iaet Sandj VxH kay WeeC GiaKBg t 8 f Galipazx if t Sterile Hides Eati Mka Boaa Lee Kaeh whose ilineas we last week we are glad to say ic Msch iaiproTed atked JH Patrick of Hager registered at the Pie MttrQeHwe Sampeon of Ahlsod and Chas Taeadj T tr Swiam sad Mrs K A Sprsd Omz ware Halted in wedlock at Cazapton eat Oftturoay mgkt laat J Heward Wikoa of ift Sterling kWMptoitood the Whaley Trimhle rr rziot vW a xit ro jaagomn v -- j K ateat Fiear SkipetaSs Salt Jer aak at S S GxiTaniLg Ml Ster Sd CUde T Breea of the firm of J T Breea ic Boo of ML Sterling and Joe Jhrxwaer repeatiag the Sieyers Carson Hardware Co of Xoakvillej were in ae WB Medaj itev W E Williamsoa the Presbyte riaa asinieter could aot leave home on acoouBt of the illnees of his daughter aad consequently a large congregation ww diaappointed at Bethsalem Sunday Draia pipe ef all tuxi rod shapes can be SeaadatB F Einnsixs Main ttreet Mt Bterlia Te joint committee of the two Houses aae decided to redistrict the State in Â¬ to judicial districts making from 28 to 22 circuit courts ana repealing all chan aerr common pleas and criminal courts Jf yoa waat a geod jek ef tin copper or heet iroB werk call ea B P Bxddxll lialn street Mt Stexlinj Ely Taulbee of Breathitt was a Greenville rM of his brother-in-laWard last Thursday night and left for akwe Friday morning jEe was en route koaee from Otter Creek where he sold Xiouiv w bk tiHber ic etsok at B F Eidokixs Mt Sterling Tke copetitioH force pemp has so supeÂ¬ rior ake cksia aad suction pumpt always Look Here Read this please We Feb 22 Miss H GTLTJ3 have carried slow customers until we are of Sellerscounty who is Maggie Amyx Wolfe now teaching TTOT loaded down and it is impossible to con- Â¬ school in Montgomery county in com- Â¬ tinue to credit those whose notes and ac-Â¬ pany with others paid a flying visit to counts are past due We must have pay Aberdeen last week from you and will take live stock at its value on notes and accounts Do not A J T Amyx has rented a farm in Court Day at ML Starling WHOLESALE call for credit even if you are good if Montgomery county one mile east of Sentiael Dexnocrat you are owing us and nave not settled Sideview and contemplates moving soon Heath Bartley of Ezel Ky had two We mean what we say David Hensley J T F Day rented and moved of Johnson county haB yoke of oxen on the market to the farm of Uncle Sold one yoke for 100 and left over the Stewart Nickell on Caney The North Middletown Bourbon coun J other yoke - B- yx has gone down Licking ty correspondent or the Mt SterlingCox Co of Morgan county sold 9 XklTCX II11U U ljy UL 1U1UUU Xo 1I Ww Mai Sruae head of cattle for 43 per head one yoke Gazette furnishes that paper with the of oxen for 110 and one pair following news item which will be read Breens Liniment is certainly the best with regret by all who made the acquaint- Â¬ mules 16 hands high 269 combination of remedies for cornsneural LOUISVILLE XY Amos Davis of Morgan county sold ance of Mr Moore here last summer giapains in the back and side etcever one pair mules 15 hands high for 275 while he was attending the Swango produced B John V Moore whose illness and 46 head of cattle at about 3J cents Springs J T F Day Hazel Green have heretofore noticed died at his per pound Jou last Friday with ulceration of the D D Landsaw Stillwater Y2XX Lacy Elam of Morgan county sold Caesedy Robinson Campton 68 head of cattle at about 3 cents per bowels after several weeks ot acute in- Â¬ expressible suffering leaving a wife and pound MENIFEE COUNTY one grown son Funerrl discourse by Co sold at their S V McWillams Elder McGarvey at his late residence stable one gelding to Dick IFrenchburg Feb 19 Primary elec WHOLESALE Wills of Cynthiana for 160 one pair and interred in the cemetery here the fol- Â¬ tion last baturday resulted m the selec- of mules for 265 one pair of lowing Saturday tion of J J Byrne for county judge T Dry mules for 280 one pair of The citizens of Louisville who desire T Cope county attorney H D Combs mules for 242 one circuit clerk J W Davis county clerk John A Carter 1 723 731 aad 73J mule for 155 one aged mule for 64 to contribute books to the library of the J C Day sheriff Johnson Osborn jailer James G Carter Hazel Green Academy will please leave W C one brown mare S5 one bay mare for Taylor school superintendent N MAIN STRUT DAFerliae Co No 729 5750 one mule 105 Sev-Â¬ them with Carter Bros Jo Bethel r A Wills holds certificate of committe eral head of horses and mules were sold West Main street J G Carter Jr J - LOTJIITILLI XT and F M Stamper has one majority on privately at satisfactory prices Since poll books for asseanor 31 X SAUlT LXWOHg t J GXXVUXX our last issue they sold last week to Cari WOLFE COUNTY Hon Thos Turner and Judge B F thers Beard of Lexington one pair of se- Â¬ Day are in town on professional business GRAUMAN SHUTTLEWORTK mules for 295 one mule for Campton Feb 20 Prof J E Smal- Â¬ Married Feb 12th Wyley Ballard 150 one mule for 130 and ley of Ironton Ohio in company with K Manafactarere aad Jebeers ef Miss Myra Crisp I MV to Mr Mark one brown mare at 140 Rev W L Stamper of Vanceburcr naid one pair of mules to Mr Prew our town a flying visit on the 16th mst mules They delivered appropriate addresses to itt fcr 250 one pair of to Mr Daniels for 250 Several good the Campton high school Bro Stamper buyers were at their stables who express- Â¬ also preached at the Methodist Church J ed intention to return next court day ou Wednesday night Farmers wanting mules to work can find Walter Dean charged with assaulting them at this stable at all times and beating Sydney Lansaw was tried before Judge Steele Tuesday by a jury Col Thomas Marcum 605 W 3Arjr Stxxtt IS WABBAHTED to cure Fever and The Fort Smith Ark Daily Times verdict guilty and judgement 10 fine Azue latennitteat or Chill Ferer ReÂ¬ in its report of a celebrated murder trial and 20 days imprisonment to be dis- Â¬ mittent Fever Dumb Ague Bilious Fersr LOUIfVILLaV XT in that place recently has a very compli- charged by labor on the streets at 1 per Dengue or Break bone Fever Lircr Complaint and all diseases arising from mentary notice of Col Thos Marcum day for the fine and 20 days work for the BOB NUNNELLY Malarial poisoos imprisonment WITH who is a native Hentuckian a brother of Sidney Lan-Â¬ Harpers S C July 9 1854 J B Marcum of Mt Sterling Edward Thomas Patton assaulted Marcum of Breathitt county a brother-in- saw in a house where she had struck up For eighteen months suf CO of Judge Robert Riddell of camp and give her a ery bad whipping red with Chills and Fever Estill county and a lawyer of prominence with a switch He said he whipped her having Chills every other day WHOLESALE SADDLERY His friends in this State will appreciate because she abused hie mother Patton After trying various remedies PEALEB IN evaded the officers and has not been the following recoTnmended to cure used a ought to justice Col Marcum who closed the argu Â¬ LDaalip J- B Maaaiaetarars ef JDunlsp bottle ofAyers Ague Cure and ment for Blue Duck occupying four Died On the 20th insL Cleveland a W G Barrett Stddlet Exrseee 4e hours made the master effort of his life ittle son of our sheriff G T Center at have never since had a chill and by all odds it was the most powerful 8 oclock A x of fever and whooping EDWIW EARPBR 72 aad 730 aad dealers ia specimen of logic and oratory that has cough The parents have the sympathy W Maim ft rBXPARTD BT ever been displayed in that court room of this community - MT STERLING KY Saddlery Hardware NO 10 MAIN STREET Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell He held the jury and the great assemblage rnr ffinf n w twi of prominent ladies and gentlemen who Id by all Druggists In of gome necJessar LOUI3VILLZ XT went specially to hear him spellbound aide walks around the ronrt hnnnif CLOCKS FROM ONE 100 DOLLAR UP ut repeating the universal announce- - V ir DOLL 3 00 GEORGE Jsm One Daj Clock itrike saeBK iiBt red 0nT the ifthinsL J D Shoe- of alfwho heard him that the speech WITH TENNESSEE WAGONS Freely de I give all tke time and mosey speat there Ier tke keaHk aad strength I sow eajer A eentfcHaan of miaou eavz I tkisk- tke water of Swaage Spriage ae jeiore gee el than all the aostraaas I have ever trk I w ill certainly be withye agaia aext BESXKJCf CES B T SasSh J G- - Trimble P L BeeseyMt Sterliag K74 F M Hiskle Mrs F M Hinkle W Clarke Haas Liek Ky A large hotel is bow beiar e2t wkiek will afford ample aceesasaettie B te visiters For farther rafonatie ia regard to keariL c-- address HABBISON SWANGO Or this office Hal Greea Xy - df srir The Best and Cheapest Wagon on Wheels The Trade of Wolfe and adjoining counties is McCord respectfully solicited The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kind of Medicinal Boots Herbs and Barks Except Ginseng w Aydelotte HATTERS E SOBEBTS J T BREEN SON Importers s Wholesale Druggists Main Street Mt Sterling Ky Carter Bros a i Co Goods and Notions I ADAM BAUM Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well lected Stock of Wholesale and Betail Ague Cure Which he sellsbought in the State as Cheap as they can be AVERS Â¬ Give him a call and be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go B ID IE LIQUORS Mens ami Buy CLOTHING -law I JOHN W JONES Jelferi DUNLAP BEOS 1 I Mete it Silverware 0l Largest Stock Clocks Eastern Kentucky - Frank Patrick who haa been visiting la Montromerr countT passed throuh here last Friday en route to his home in Jbhnaoa county He did not fail to kjave one dollar with os for which he kM oar thanks i Bev D H Fallen occupied the pulpit 1 the Caristin Church on Saturday 4ght Sunday and Sunday night it be regular apnointment His ser aeooa were interesting and instructive jHsd highly appreciated by the large con jragatioBs which attended ig ik u I It is through the enterprise of The Capital printed at Frankfort and the oettrteey of Dr John D Wcods the pop mkr Public Printer And Binder that we axe eaabted to produce the likeness of Hon H B Wiseman Representative fro Estill and Lee counties We hope to be able to reproduce the likenesses of all of our Eastern Kentucky legislators The Southern Bivouac for March will contain a fac similie reproduction of a letter from Thomas Jefferson relating to the Kentacky resolutions of 98 In the sane article will be given an exact repro daotion of the official copy of these reso Â¬ lutions s adopted by theJKentHcky Leg Â¬ islature which copy differs in many parÂ¬ ticulars froa the usually accepted version digestive apparatus weak and the brain Sa Cdoeequeace of these disorders over SMitiye to exertion or to any n usual ctrwssetsjace and the formula for a craefk is complete Ayers Pills will roue up the liver rarulate the functions of the stomach anI bowels the tired brais will be relieved and the head re Muae its wonted level dence of the brides father Thos Hays history of Federal Court proceedingspr Died On the 18th inst a little son of And it is but simple justice to him to so Stephen S Rose of Stillwater Mr Rose state and it should be a pleasure to ac- Â¬ and wife have our sympathy Sarnum cord to such men the wonderful ability he possesses as a debater and a lawyer from another correspondent Campton Feb 21 The marshal of Our March Stock Sale The farmers in this section have prom Â¬ Campton arrested Sydney and Cora Lan ised to have 183 head of stock on the saw charged with vagrancy The trial set for Saturday but the defendants market at this place on the March sale was being ready not for trial it was contin- Â¬ day which is Wednesday the 10th Be-Â¬ ued until Sunday The police judge beÂ¬ fore that time however this number ing sworn off the bench A J Asbury will be augmented to at least 1000 head was selected to try the case The proof of stock consisting of horses mules and cattle of a superior quality It will be by several witnesses was that the defend- Â¬ were a good time to dispose of stock as there ants home of bad character had no set- Â¬ tled were idle and indolent and will undoubtedly be several buyers here begged for a living They were found from below to purchase A Mr Kash guilty and bound over The people of of ML Sterling who is a large horse and this county have commenced to stop this mule buyer will be here positively and way of begging and running about over he has promised to bring several cattle the country and if the adjoining coun- Â¬ Those who have stock to sell buyer ties will assist Wolfe we will have a good should begin now to get it ready for that day for certain it is that good stock and prosperous country I say vagrants Pop brings better prices than poor and stock look out in fine condition will always pay for the Breens trouble in getting it so btable curry who have Liniment is pronounced by allÂ¬ used it to be the and rub your horses and mules and your edy for rheumatism sprains greatest remcuts bruises cattle also A few hours time thus spent etc bv bold will pay better than the same time spent J T F Day Hazel Green in any other way Let each man make D D Landsaw Stillwater an effort to have the best conditioned Cassidy Robinson Campton horse mule or steer here that day as the case may be BREATHITT COUNTY Eight DaylCIock and Album Eight Day Clock SOLID 8ILVER WATCHES Silrer Plated Spoona Particular attention paid to Bepairine V H TBIMBLE 75 3 75 Call and aee 00 1 00 Roseiitag Fiofr 0s Sacceeeera te Boseaberg mj goods BOBT M TBIMBLE Saihaa A Tkxxev JOHN W JONES WHOLESALE BOOTS AND SHOES T13 TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALEBS IN ajtd 714 Soutx Sna Mux Bet 7th Itk LOmSVILLZ xx MUiMWIliiHilifel --- Mt Sterling Gazette Mouth of Frozen Feb 22 Wm The trial of Jeff Bowling for the Spencer ie very sick with fever but we CHILES THOMPSON CO murder of old man Douglass which has are gratified to say that he is improving been in progress at Newark Ohio for under the able treatment of Drs J B the past four weeks ended last Saturday and John Taulbee by the jury returning a verdict of mur- Â¬ James Hargis will move to Jackson AND der in the first degree This was proba next weeic bly the most exciting murder trial ever We have had a new postofSce cstab- Produce Dealers held in Ohio Some time last fall old ished at this place and I hear a great MT STERLING KY man Douglass the husband of Bowlings many people say they will take The S 8 COMBS was brutally murdered in J X TATJOHN We clip the following from the ML mother-in-lahis stable Steve Douglass the old Herald StarliBg Gasette which explains itself We have had two ice tides in the Ken- Â¬ COMBS Coteeefand Mrs Samuel have the sympa- Â¬ mans son made a confession in which tucky River this year but fortunately DEALERS IN that Bowling committed the thy of their many friends in this town he said and his step mother Mrs Doug-Â¬ not much damage was done murder d commuBity in their sad affliction But few We regret to state that the wife of lass was an accomplice Steve Douglass recent tide timber rafts went out on the AND LIVE STOCK OF ALL KINDS Stump Col Ji J-- Samel of Haasl Green who says he was forced by Bowling to go was takes to Poplar Plains a short time along witn nun and witness the murder p Jackson Feb 22 Samuel and Stuart Cor Mala and Marion Streets Bowling is a brother A M Bowling CAMPTON KT im has been adjudged insane and orderÂ¬ who murded John Gilltoin this city last nager aro preparing wgo xo jeranriin to the Lexington Asylum ed to be taken Mo where their father resides as one of HOUSE Mrs Samuel has been in very bad health February and was Rowan the leaders in of the Methodist Church They pastor CREEiMWADE go to county the late trouble in The time for some mills of the gods grind slow but exceed- Â¬ attend school Samuel will enter Cen-Â¬ FRENCHBTJRG KY Retributon is fast overtak- Â¬ tral College at Fayette Mo ingly fine CapL Boberts who was advertised to made Rowan county gang Rev WB Cooper is with ub again Da Gko W Moor Psofmitox appear here about the 10th insL did not ing theterror whichthe and murderers and as Â¬ after a long absence with his family a holy come and the reason is explained in the sassins are reaping their just reward The table la supplied with the beat ia He meets a warm reception following letter to one of our merchants the market and the charges are reasonable xsaowed under and Messrs James and William Goff of Havisg bee first Elements of Progress Clark county bought four head of cat- Â¬ them headed off by high water I have per J CLARK Loniaville Commercial tle from John S Hargis for 90 They force of circumstance been compelled to WITH There are many elements of real pro- Â¬ also bought some in Wolfe county iengoe for the time at least my con tenplatdd visit to your town am due gress in the village of Hazel Green in pi Miss Gappie Little has gone to Mt Sieyers Garscn Hardware Go afeere bow- - Will visit your section of Wolfe county one of which is seen in the bterling to attend school Resoon as I can when the excellence of the local newspaper coBBtry Mrs F M Thomas returned from a 037 W Main Street waters xbb 4owb Bad the mud pools cently a handsome academy building has i beeij completed there at a cost of 3500 visit to Ezel Sunday LOUISVILLE KT ettK I w A torpid liver a stomach out of order Jeff Bowlings Doom We are in the market for Furs Hides and Sheep Pelts and solicit consignments We also buy Feath- Â¬ ers Wool Beeswax Tallow Ginseng Eggs and Poultry Write for Price List on Furs and General Produce JH wrrx Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Davis Mallory Co Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky DRY GOODS largest stock and They carry SJIOCK Wholesale Dealers ia the do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling ESTABLISHED IN 1845 And Fancy Goods 715 and 717 Weet NOTIONS 3aia Strae Betweea 7tk aad tik LOUI1TILLX XT WITH Leading Insurance Agency JACOB HARRIS The OF MT STEELING KY - SS438487SO Total Assets of Agency Boyalof Liverpool SO Levi Newbuxer fc 0o Wholesale Grocers VAUGHN General Merchandise 31000000 00 1861 London and Lancaihire WHOLESAH 9260000 0 Liverpool and London of Liverpool 4541240 00 and Globe of England 35875000 00 1810 Hartford of Hartford 849 Springfield ot Springfield Mercan Â¬ 1809 North British 2515633 04 CL0TH1M8 MAWFACTUiEiB 33301000 00 1863 Firemeni Funa of Cali Â¬ tile of England fornia 147303 00 1794 InsCe of North America 1154889 00 724 aad IX Xaia Street 971696 33 1863 Northwestern National of Philadelphia 1874035 00 1710 Sun Fire Officeof London 5863000 00 1750 Niagara of New York Betwea Tii 4 Ml 5383916 46 1865 Boatmana fittaburj 411439 00 1782 Phcnix of London Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well knewa corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental companies being dear at any price The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companise as tkey would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds ia brut Look to qaality as tke CAPS paramount consideration of insurance Bespeetfully A HOITMAJT Orncs At Traders and Deposit Ban- 1885 183S G B SWANGO DaXx rjr louisvttlx rr HATS GL0 YES W S Dickinson Cot Tke Old BeftIe HAT HOUSE Ceraer Pearl aad Viae CiaeeaMiL weM here expreas their thanks for psetveeefce all their eld castoesers aad etiH aek a eee tinuace of their trade We always keep a zeedeteek ad TJaeie Jibs Fast witk his geed Wka wi etsJl tisacs he ready te wait apes ye I GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY XSXTt COXITJOTTLT OT MX3TD X -- TUIX JLMOXTXXaT O Staple and Fancy Dry Coods Ready made Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ ies Stoves and Farming Impiements CD B GREEN WiTM irsrrs esxur J JAHJierj J biotax WieUeeie Dealeeeht or In fact everything usually kept in a first claw country store and at BOTTOM TXLCWd Also will take ia exchange for Goods or in payment ef aay eleet elve ate all kaa4e ef JLL B Greee Coantry Produeeand Live Stock of every deeerijriie SJAn2 JXWWTILLX XT - it Ju IKM GEEEHlMiDr ewmx ooorxx rrearfeiar HASizg-y--- - KENTUCKY m ar fe r- - rai the fierce ugly mighty wa limbed creature struggling with his bit and WWi Me vrsrld burrleb on below striving to throw his master a swarthy flrtiCB crtwteiloia flow ont la Ihfc lt youth of twenty Just at the frail gate M agf ow iJTM e ante 6 which a touch from shoulder or hoof would 4g Aad the thlnss he writes have shattered the stormy onset ended Is bis dresay nights the heavy Chileno bit did its work pas Â¬ The asttoaa rasb Iraatlc toIhov sionate onward motion changed in abso- Â¬ if ever a1rtl fce ii e to sunneunt lutely one second to a gigantic effort to ar Jsr nW ar f or gain check their momentum the unshed hoofs The aaeatg be ca et eves count furrowed the red gravel and stormy action am wey srj roaad ins ack like rala was arrested in statuesque pose Theyoung w Bngfet gleaaB irom his soul man lifted his hat and whirling his horse rm eacn dlsappearedin adust cloud AMkiiwH walks it lua train Mine brothers son Antoine said Se kaowetb all thiols and more thaa that MIchenay He oes a good boy but ho has 1 a parachute Praara ic a temper and It ees like ze evil spirit he Aaa sfel blethasebtsfor atirae run flat rides Sefii he did ston zat horse Roland Taerea a bskrsl atiteifeet I in thirty feet from a gallop Wane frm madcr spheres Rawlins resumed the interrupted con- Â¬ SweetaaBfiic be hears versation and within one hour had en- Â¬ TafctaeTerwasbeca of eatgut t gaged the school from Michenay who ad- Â¬ lares athteeall cGateto So bis Till vised hlui not to go near zat Ignoramus AH Tay te e far bis bake Kester Then the new teacher made a r Aaa peete tea tbaaaa eager still frank avowal Kesters consent had If to We a paradise to make already been obtained O I tell yon boys s Michenay was angry but the thought of Aa editors joya getting a weeks free teaching appealed to Are traasceBiiaat andnoaalstalra his ideas of political economy and he Xe aae to eruajbie so one to say agreed to let Rawlins have his way so fte dosrt waatyour eheet any more one of his boys rode over the district that file ealy wees are cbecka for bis pay afternoon to inform every one that sthe Ere be caches the ones before trustees had hired a teacher file study at home In spring toward the close of the term From floor to the dome Rawlins got up an old fashioned spelling la padded with tbesa otr and oer-match a novelty in the country It took He stts ea ale tripod one uhort boor the public fancy and people rode or drove Tbea see Mai sweep down to the street from farm houses and pioneercabins miles waare carriage watts lest san or shower away when the evening came Sfeaatd toBdi a Is bead or wet bis ieet The dark eyed young Jady of the ferry- Â¬ Heaven wont be new boat came under escort of Antoine Miche Â¬ Tt that great mans view Wmud you lite such fortune to meet nay who did not leave her side the entire Win Lylc in Philadelphia Call evening He was jauntily dressed and in high spirits the girl seemed troubled and ill at ease as the evening wore on Mary Kester was expected to carry off THE MOUNTAIN BIDE the spelling honors as a matter of course but much to every ones surprise and her missed one of Awild Lover Saved Prom Death - fathers intense disgust she Michenay won the first words and Auele an unwonted victory in Spite of Himself After the entertainment was over the girls went outside in the clear moonlight fTfce qeratry schools otShasta Couaty and laughed and chatted while the boys carried the benches back into the school- Â¬ a iwvtbelr six or eight inonthsaartual and arranged them pretty well on in- the falljbut it room wagon was driven as usual Wagon tMKki after away was iftefeven for them when John Raw- - the last of the merry group hadand soon left the T lias school teacher called on the Orttinf j door Mr Rawlins straightened the desks TBaaorintfeadeot to make inquiries about a rubbed off the blackboard blew out the locked the place Yes there was one school in need candlesMichenays school house and start- Â¬ ed for along the wood path of a teacher but it was u pretty hard po haunted with an indescribable exhilarating ifcioa fragrance a mingling of sweet and spicy had come experience said odors from blossoms leaves stems from IaTe Hawllas ancl somehow I manage to get pines overhead and grass blades close to aloag with schools that are called hard the joyous earth At the foot the hill fa fact I ratherlikethe fun of thein I intp a grassyofopenincr the path widened the full gness you neean c oeairaia to sena mee moon hung making it soOver it thatroue light tiered Mr i r t i could see the brown specks on the droop- Â¬ rvTae7deftnet was far east in fiieplne r - ing bells of the carnelian colored wild lilies the girls days Ekm the Superintendent said It was in guarded had for many lily watched and Besides the stemsall in a hot water seosfcof the time Teachers sel Â¬ pitiful little heap with her headoha dom staid jar era month and qeyer had the mossy log was Mary Kester crying as if aupp oftof o e tha hlf tiie cople The her heart would break Jipjv Mary was the most modest andv trpable had begun in political differences geaeroug giri in me worm anu no lost betweea the leading trustees Michenay spelling school honors would have made aad Seeier and it furnished sensational herry that war pabulum for the eastern half of the coun- It was impossible to leave the girl alone -- ty at ni4t crying in the forest a milexfrom Yetlf only a treaty of peace could be home Rawlins went pp close tocher and Negotiated between the opposing factions spoke kindlyV leaning oveF totake her jtbere need be na trouble with the school hand ComeA Mary vou must not stay it was a pleasant one in every other re- Â¬ 3iere IdUalkhbmewifhyou spect She started when he spoko but almost at Rawlins was disposed tof try the experi- Â¬ ment He hired a pinto mustang rode out once controlled her sobs roserwjtkout a of the picturesque mountain town and word and took his arm They turned back narrow canon whose stoaes across the clearing tin a few moments she t through- I thought every one pfare sow in furrows by years of stagiag said apologetically went round by the road teacher I thought ed teaming Broad and clear the Sacramento River bo one crossed this way They were walking tromthe moonlit cir- Â¬ pswayeS from bluff to bluff and the cap-ieia of the ferry boat was named Flora cle into the forest again as Marysaid this Wilson A handsome dark eyed girl she but before Rawlins could reply they heard was modestly affable and cfiatty as she voices in the path before them Antoines turned the steering wheel She had a bit and Flora Wilsons The of crochet work to take up as soon n the bled girlish form on Rawlins arm trem- Â¬ perceptibly a little hand urged him boat was set at the right angle against the current and a rustic chair to do it In still lurther back in the shadow But they could not escape for the bteep bank of a bemaaed about by flowers dry barranca curved behind them Waefl darkness came Rawlins was rid You shall listen to me Antoine was fag across a broken roiling plain of red gravel thickly set with scrub oak pine saying excited- - 1 will not listen auy more Flora cried and thorny bushes Dogs began to bark Ye have it was Michenays clearing He slowlj wentonabad your answer alreadv she touch of her Scotch fathers bor skirted jt making a pride detour and reaching the branch rpadJiclf a mile dis- - derland burr coming into her voice She faced tint for ho was bound to Kesters first took her hand from hisarm and ill andhim Yeve treated Mary ye Here than tw o miles it waSj and the bridle angrilj- paths were hard to follow- - At last he rode knowit but twas no doing of mine I up to a rail fence andafaiutlight gleamed never wanted ye Antoine broke into a passionate and in- Â¬ from a cabin beyond Hallo the house he shouted in pioneer coherent appeal Takeme home O take me home I phrase wont hear any more cried the perplexed J3ullo youTEblf came back in stento and angry girl rian tones Antoine threw himself down in an aban Â¬ Bow far is it to Milium lM donment of grief on a log Fldnirbotb in- Â¬ Twenty good miles itrangerJ an I stay hrtjill nfght Able o pay dignant and troubled stood beside him This is hardou us both she said pres- Â¬ imyTown-way- All right stranger Hitch the hoss in ent pore kindly Ill be friends with you stilly but you must take me homo now theishf d iiuJcoRie lnJ I3he JiiEsouiiiiu pioneer of the Pacifie and give this all upV He sprang wildly to his feet No I No I coast is a mu n -- criticised indirldual but Curse your soft words 1 unless you irretrievably offend some olhis hehouted numerous prejudfves lie is as garrulous shall die because of you Xirtinghoth hands to his mouth he gave find julld xnnnnered a mortal as this planet boldEj ItSi3 not take longrfor Rawlins to a loud whistle three times repeated Tho getdBxdoslortaljItermsiwHhthliiresters faj pff neigh of a horse answered him - iv fewjblts pf Sliastanews nda hope that Antoine whistled again stamped his feet thetehjeswoTSdsotni begin operanon and and cried loudly Roland here Roland 1 Another wild neigh sounded nearer but feo make times move lively were quite suf- Â¬ still on the ficient Pretty-soon-- a little school talk be rapid river fartherabank of the a deep and thhn splash tho sound of Cau engineered bv the wily Ra wluis theratthybf stones thsnarr VHertiisabrjhtrladthf talSi vrhope swimmingwish Qf ana dull s branches thrust aside lelm8arbodstqoplstor tteud iJCfesterjiUxax hjiiSafo oNhis chairirnd and into the clearing ran the great yellow stallion Antoine seized him hythe mane rose to his full height or sis feet f our SIister wve ori er diets a fadT But and turned to Flora Go homej ho said shall ride to my weVeihaa Infenial poor schools I haint You dont know the Kent the children for mcjst term School death to night mountainbbvJs yelv Ioughtto take you ueu orter uegra now out mere s a cross longuedWnck Repuljiican Kanuck down along He caught her by the wrist roughly but oiTthe crick an ho an I caint inll to- before she could scream his manner Besides old SHshnavs scther DOhOtt continued Kester I hai the sight of tEat changed and he kissed her hand with a sudden hereditary Frenchxourtliness Ho lool uevew of ms K The oldest daughter savfejiteen or eigh- - leaped upon Rolands dripping back TVlliai1ee5lPIlG580 firihnckJn Mary ibcianleUTJht neither Antoine nor tKelhadows that Rawlins had only seen Flora heardher voice for Holand- - sprang forward likei huge stone from amedioaval the dimly outlined Upare rose silenllj went tgjhe doorjjnd tlippadout to the catapult crashed through tho c apparal fcrkaess Sheirss aeiy prettgirlfair uuiwi uicajujjc auu mm we river ajjain They heard him breasting tho steep be- aud waet aba - Xv v Af the smaller gliildreu had gone to yond snorting as he ran through right ched bands of sheep and droves of cattle bed Kesterjntmore confidential iliche while more terrific still Antoine raised his nay had 4hired the last f06i tfla teacher buth shouldjnothuatr3 next one nor voice ma half insane shouts Good bye ia THE EDITOR rmlnoil stoJ lie sits to tlilnt aot my children ritk bis iuuttmg his dark brows the old man drove bis heavy staff intothe soil uproot Â¬ ing one of his daughters gillyflowers and even as the earth aew therowaaa rattle aad scurry ia the aearest clump of pines oa the hill Oat of the forest a hundred yards distant sprang a great yellow horse and a blue hirtd rider They came down upon the hcuse like a tornado splendid-eyedibroad-chested ebeshioaer i Tote aofwithhTini Ilead windowj down on the first floor in a leaa to addition of split oak shakes Martini Martin Mr Rawlins Pull on your cWihes take a blanket and coma out here quick Dont make a noise The boy was at his side in a minute They jumped the fence again and rnn to ths buggy Now Martin jump in and drivo Flora Wilson home Get back in bed before morning and dont whisper a word of this to any one Yon can trust me Mr Rawlins Rawlins shook tho boys hand lifted his hat to Flora and ran back down tho hol- Â¬ low splashing across the brook straight up the path He heard their wheels rattle once and then no more Mary was sitting where Rawlins had left her crying softly to herself She had been scarcely fifteen minutes alone They walked on at once and he told her of Floras departure praised Martin mnde the most cheerful remarks he could think of happy if he had the slightest assent from his companion But presently she broke out What will become of him He is a splendid rider Mary none bet- Â¬ ter in the region and His horse will carry him safely all night unless The teacher stopped aghast at his own stupid- Â¬ Who Is it c atei-Da-boi- -- ity Unless what sir said the trembling -- -- - t -- tr -- -- -- -- -- It is not likely to happen They might roll down a hillside but then that might not hurt them much and Roland is so sure footed I think we may hope for the best Oh sir she whispered I am so glad you think o Ive always liked Antoine she said as simply as a child We played together long ago - Hcsavedmy life down at the creek one day Its naturalI should like Antoine Of course it is and dont you think he tooremembers his childhood But perhaps not the same way Perhaps not said the schoolmaster musingly Mary he went on al ruptly you are seventeen I am thirty in years and more than that in experience I tell vou that you can live without Antoine Think that I know nolhing about it if you like but dont fail to keep at tho head of your classes and do everything just as you did before Mary only began to cry softly again and ho felt compunctiously that this was rather stern preaching for the little maiden sobbing at his side He put his hand gently on hers as it lay on his arm Im just as sorry as I can be Mary Youll try to be a brave girl wont you Yes sir she answered Now let us talk of something else And he talked to her cheerfully till they reached the Kester cabin He went directly home to Michenays No use looking for Antoine until morning At daybreak thvauxious teacher went to Martins room and called him Only an hours sleep theboy Had had yet he came out ready and smiling a boy of a million for an emergency Martin did you ever know Rolandto J runaway with Antoine f A uYes indeed sir but Ahitoine bringshim down Suppose he was foolish enough just for bravado to jump on Roland unsaddled and unbridled Gracicusj Mr Rawlins Roland ud run to tho top of Mount Lassen before he stopped v You come down to the stables Mar- Â¬ tin In ten minutes they had caught and sad- Â¬ dled thtwQ bestcoltsin thehomemanada in ten minutes moro had swam the river and were gallopmg across the pasture be- Â¬ yond in a third ten minutes had found the indeed couldMielp trail It was like a blaze through a forest Here Roland slipped-- nild staggered tlierehe plowed through the ground flinging blackmudfar and widd this giant fallen pine ho leaped yonder he swayed in sudden fright Mar tinsked no questions but he fully com- emergency aud brought all Erehended tha into play jn nere itoiana joit ine grassy iow lands and took the hillside path H twisted-like a snake about the pmes There ne ran between two tree trunks and hardly a fbot to spare on eithor side that is the mark ofAntoincs boot heel Yonder bough would have killed him had he not been tying on his face clasping Rolands mane Martin Martin it gets worse cried Straightfor the Big Slide the Rawlfns horse has turned Ride faster Martin faster - - We can follow his trail at a gal- Â¬ as--wI- dition for ha knew his man Ths hot Â¬ headed Canadian would scarcely have listened in less extremity Antoine he began this is the worst business I over heard of Do you kuow what you have done Broken tnysslf all into bits and piece3 That is nothing you will soon get well But you have forfeited one girls respect and friendship have trilled with another girls heart have played the fool and the madman Worst of all you have murder Â¬ ed the horse that loved and trusted you our beautiful Roland who three time3 Jast night saved you from suicide and would have carried you safely to the eud had it been in the power of flesh and blood Dont you think Roland should ba up here and you there on tho blood stained quartz Antoine broke out furiously Its no onos business Antoine said the school master If I had not known of these things and had not followed your tracks you would perish here in unspeakable agouias of thirst and And your unshnved skeleton would leach white on these rocks Do vou wish I had not como I thought I would rather die thuu give her up muttered the young fellow Because you did not love her When a umu realry loves a woman he wooes her with patience and courage more by deeds than by word it would be utterly impos Â¬ sible for him to frighten her threaten sui- Â¬ cide dah off into the darkness and leave her alone in the forest You never really loved Flora You have never loved anyone but vourself Love is self forgetf uf A Sin 31 JE sas Towns and Newspapers BUSINESS WOMAN DeGreer the Founder of Kan use only Red Star- - Cough Coxes Itcures-Pricetweaty-fl- MjrhcfafeaW curative ia -- -- Here the cliff begins a hundred feet down and Rolands hoof marks are hardly three feet from the edgo Ah he shied back and ran off but Antoine brings him up again Here they approached the cliff ouco moreat a higher point and brave Roland has reared whirled and again es- Â¬ caped Martins facerew suddenly pallid Mr Rawlins he cried Antoine didthat o purpose He tried to make Roland jump -- lon tops an whack up a litter aurun for some blankets an you Ad skip out on the teachers hoss an1 bring Mary an the ol woman to the dairy ranch- Darn it hurry up work livelier Who ever saw so cussed lazy a crowd And Kester one of the men aside seized a atchet and bogan hewing a path through the bushes It took a long time to bring Antoine to the top ot the ravine and then he had to be carried across tuo fields with groat gentleness for the pain of his hurts was increasing Before tho party reached the rude cabin door Mrs Kester aud Mary had arrived on horseback for every one rides in tho mountains Mary quiet andserious eyeJ was deft Â¬ ly helping everywhere bringing cool wa- Â¬ ter from the spring smoothing the pil- Â¬ lows moving noiselessly a hout tho modol of a nurse A look o bewilderment yet rested in her eyes at the strangeness of tlin sudden call but the toua in which she spoko to Antoine was serene sympa- Â¬ thetic judicious She had come there to nurse not Antoine Michenay not the man sho loved but a wounded and suffering fellow mortal The girlishhess was gone she was a woman and able to keep hcrse crets Rawlins left Shasta at the end of that term of school Changes came id his own personul affairs and he never saw again its green valleys its rushing riv- Â¬ ers its snowy peaks its genial pioneers in camp and cabin but he wrot4to his old pupils and had letters from ihem ond nfter half a dozen years in oneof these letters occurred the following para- Â¬ - and influential men and women In the early spring she started the first paper in the count built the first hotel and opened the first law office The re- Â¬ sult of this womans labors assisted by her daughters is that a beautiful young city now stands where her claim house stood a year ago of 800 inhabitants with dozens coming in each day and tho Mrs whole country nearly settled DeGeer to meet the demand of her many friends in the East has now placed her paper In the hands of one daughter Mrs Russell and her land and real estate business in the hands of another daughter Mrs Eastman and has opened a new land and law office m Syracuse on the Santa Fc Railroad ness south of Greely County bordering on Antoine lay a moment in silence then surrendering with the completeness of his Colorado where she has organized a temperament he looked up with his dark t6wn company for the purpose of estab- Â¬ and beautiful eye full of penitence just as lishing towns in that county As in Martin came down tho hill shouting Scott County she built the first house Theyre coming aud well have him up in Greely County and incorporated a in a hurry town company with a staff of officers Who are coming asked Rawlins with money to use her own words Kester and his hired men Thats Kes ters dairy ranch three miles from his and brain- Mosr Rice Hunter farm Its seven mile3 back to fathers of IIutchmon an weve rode nigh twelve miles counting Decker aud Core Parsons of Arkansas City the turns I met Ko ter lis went on as Childs he camo to the school masters side he Hon II M Wheeler and herself They conies over hero every Saturday and I have a hotel with other buildings told him Roland ate loco weed got mache in their new town Greely City with a spang crazy sir and run off with Au rich couuty of good land Topeka toine Daily Commonwealth It was a brilliant explanation no ono in m all that mountain land will doubt it But looking at tho death scene below nt the CAPTURED BY INDIANS gathering vultures slow wheeling above their prey remembering Rolands faithful- Â¬ Strange Advi ntures of a Philadelphia ness to the end this last requiremeut this in the Black Hill staining his royal memory to shield his mache master smote Rawlins heart with This is a very strange story of pity and sorrow mine said a queer old man to a reÂ¬ And what did Kester say Martin The boy laughed Ho said Roland was porter yesterday His garments were the best horse on Churn Creek but Antoine was old and feeble and filthy and he wasuuna favorite of his Take me wretched looking Antoines fnco flushed red My name is SeÂ¬ home he cried I wontgo to Kesters bastian Reck and in 1875 during the You must my dear fellow it is the only way said Rawlins Every minute Blaek Hills mine excitement I left Phil- Â¬ is precious You hove lain hero sinco adelphia with a party of men and their daybreak Now Martin ride fox a surwives and children to go in search of geon gold I have jut come back We Down the hill they ran a few minutes worked veins in Wyoming and Dakota later six hoalthy big hearted men Kester foremost When he saw Antoine the and had amassed 10895 worth of gold tears sprang to his eyes and his voice tiuggets and were just starting a colony trembled day Its blamo rough Never mind the hard wlien one down threeusthousand Indians swooped on took our gold tilings Ive eaid of ye Antoine Jest look at that horse Antsine ye did hev an or aud blindfolded and strapped us on ful ride Now boys chop off them tree pounv then the uhier UiacK Aioou -- Mrs M E DeGeer called to day with CATTL2 when bitten by a rabid dog are her daughter Airs Kate B Russell her successor in the publication of the sent to the bone yard meB tePastear ir Y Herald Western Times at Scott City Mrs D and her hvo daughters came from Chi- Â¬ A storehouse belonging to the Mo-Â¬ fifteen have Indians situated on the bank of cago to Scott County months ago and pre empted laud thirty the Colorado River opposite Fort Mo- Â¬ five miles from Garden City and after have A T fell in a few days ago building their own claim houses brought killing one Indian and severely wound in a large colonization of wealthy ing two others The accident was and lung troupes cents St Jacobs Oil cures rheamatisa lor tiroaS tttkc ka welscted DXiEfifSJA oll sjsteaw Decline ft HMPrimftBmtmmmmmmmm Ii feSld ictMteitna toa ls 3E jBggi f fltlj5 r J 3 caused by piling several tons of mes quite boans and corn on the roof The Indian who was killed was immediately placed on a couple of cords of wood and burned to ashes after which the Indians proceeded to burn everything belonging to him and to kill his horses and have a big feast Chicago Herald m a iv a s - 3L31 ici - ITy n CONSTJMPTIOX Important to tho Public as well as the -- Medical Profession HaWs Journal of Health referring to Con- Â¬ sumption makes the following important statement Consumption usually begins with a slight dry cough in the morning then oa going to bed getting more and more fre- Â¬ quent with more and more phlegm In creasing debility thinness of flesh short- Â¬ ness or breath and quickness of pulse and It may be added that in des- perate cases and in fact in all cases of Consumption or troubles of the K throat and llinrM immpdintn obtained and a permanent cure effected by tne uso ot ur vv m nails balsam lor the Lunes a medicine known for more than thirty five years as an unfailing remedy for coughs colds bronchitis and all nulmonarv and pectoral diseases That the worst cases of Consumption have been cured bv the use of Halls Balsam has been attested to by the thousands who have used it or have been cognizant of its wonderful rt medial eiueacy if or sale by alt druggists PE0FLE we mu3t put keepers Lowell Citizen PTMI OiMiktfti Bomalatahrtar Ha fenB ElMirUMursi BetehssfeTiwlieirtsy a Feed etc aniichaeaadoarweRtMMiiijwie--late- m imniiiiiiistne ec aWs BEST T1WK HB fl Jiair ss b ter rrr -T- the appedte aad tie Mjl WicMPtaasjsni4 Pedatagt treeMeA wWhtjeata Tille Ky-eerei il year Wu sot reSered Bats loBeiarBwaa Iron Bitters 5t eared aae W J Ctsc sera Ssatt Jastfee af tew Traeee I was ae seteif- issirtil wa Areola led fndigwstlPB that I eoeJd eat aotfcier wrttaeet Oareta Bcewas Inm BftW w ssiplatefr eaeed a J Gensrlna ba abere Tra Mark aod eresMat rM Htef f - RK8WX ottwcpet Talsesastsw ataAioaOrtr CKgtlCAICWaAITnWICJia THE SITO3K ScJl3A3r J1 KCsssssssPnBssk lfasssstlitsssssHSStsssssssssssl up with Hotal mMasssSHHssTliisssf JssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssbslJLbsssssssssssssss A Young Men Head This Co of Marshall Mich offer to sond their celebrated Electro YoIc TheYoltaicBelt taicBelt and other Electric Appliances on trial for30 days to men young orold afflicted with nervous debilityloss oLvital ity and all kindred troubles Also forrhea mati3mneuralgiaparalysisand many oth- Â¬ er diseases Complete restoration to health Vigorand manhood guaranteed 2fo risk incurred as SO days trial Js allowed Write thematoncefor illustrated pamphlet free Â¬ -- Thtslsoneof themoatennoyinsraad ealafitios aa Bronchial trouble ta children Ustflyaboai lx wee s and the terrible spasms can be aliwiaccs and the child be relieved bythe one of TayiorCheroKee Berne Jy of Sweet Gum and Mullein The bweet Gum from atreeof the aamensHefrow inff In the South combined wlteXtea made fWsfta Mullein plant of the old nelda For sale byaUaros per bottle elsss at25cen and 31- 4 5VAXXEXa OULXIAHr JLtiM -- STJ STAQE-rUOOriX- fil- C9TC9im - Bxdklin Good for boils The tea kettle Boston Â¬ RABWUPS PnTSiciAXS indorse HalPs HairRenewer Its use is always attended with good results -- Â¬ sengers see stars Whkx trains aretelescoped the poor pas 23c nBY ill III II LUEtlff cTrltisAXBy-arjrrjDt-TS Pi kes Toothache Drops cure in 1 minute tidrcn gloves A warm A desirablb thing whom we never saw afterward and lining Boston Courier in UfttingBull look us men into Montana For ten years we were kept with the-- In- Â¬ IF a cough disturbs your sleep take dians and almost became Indians our- Â¬ Pisos Cure for Consumption and rest weiL selves IirthGir battles with the whites Is it proper to speak of oat3 as we were Compelled to take part and article of horsehoid diet GoodaJFf astabl Sun were dressed like warriors with paint feathers bows and arrows and toma- Â¬ For throat and lung troubles the most rehawks I was present at the massacre liable remedy is Ayers Cherry Pectoral of General Gutter and had on my paint f The sigh and leathers and did my share of the Paul Heraldof the seamstress A hem whooping and fighting I was made Chief of a band of In- Â¬ dians and according to the rides of the tribe had to many a squaw Some time ago while fishing I sighted one of the oGicers of Fort Walshind calling him told him my story He helped me TRADE 5s7 MARK i escape from the Indians and when I T reached the fort I could hardlv make thorn believe I wasnt an Indian Ever wnce my escape I have been working my way East Philadelphia Titnes rtVi rt TTti Ii 4 1 in i lrl rtll Glenns Sulphur Soap -- ealKaruL beau titles 23c GeiuiaxCorx Remove a LillsCornsBunioas Gofft Gwiis Sere Tiffiat Mm r minutes KOTOXE HQCR after readly tllte tUament seed any one SUFFEET vtixa PAIJ - Difficult Breath THS TSOmTTATitxtiam m CUBES - mgtt RADWAYS BEAflY SfUEF-Im a SITKK CTUCEasf Erjr hiw jambiu- - It w tfce Fl at na4ta oxi X jArvjstxacsT Thattnstaatly stops the mosV eaerBdaai i lays laaammatlon aad cures Coafailon wSjetftairoC the Lungs Stomach Bawd or otaergfot SFgn Trill in Red Star 10UG HIURE vc a fe w minutes cure Cramps Stomach HeartharBv Xerrossaeee Stck Headache Diarrhoea Dysentery lency and att Internal pates Sfe4es8ea CoUd Ssnijssi- - xlata Malaria ifi its Yarl t win There Is not a remedial agent In the wdrld-thf-AgaeandaorMaJaoSfcsHnM care Fever and aad otherfevcrs aidedrbr pmt B Df RAOWAYS SARSAPABHL1A8 Titty cestniier bettle rsW y 1 XWXSIVil For the care of eases REMt JENT Scrofulocsr Skin aad JJa4Dto How do you know He put a handkerchief in himouih back thero a piece an pulled him rouud See how steady he went7 It was true Antoine hadjjained partial control of Roland and twice had forced him to the precipice- - only carried back a hundred 3ards by the resolute horse The third time lie faces death he brines no land perhaps blindfolded up to the verge where a quarter of a mile below the jagged rocks lie Great heavens The edge fairly crumbles uuder his feet but the grand creature fought his way backward inch by inch Yes he had broken the im- rovised rein and bohnded off for the owlands with long irregular strides Yet Roland did not know what fear was You --- off v - v- Hurrah MafCin fcried Rawlins land will save 4ntoiiiein spite of self of fir6or into the jaws of death Rut on this occa- Â¬ sion he somehow had no confidence in An- Â¬ toine he could notcyield absolute obedi- Â¬ 2 ence jcbuia-rMV-liiui -- SlfaTnsr-jrwall small clearing near where that splendid lot of mountain lilies used to growi Sine ofthe girls filled a pitcher with them and set it on the pulpit nnd the minister spoke about them in his sermon But after the sermon what do you think happened Au toine MicLenav wnlked over undgave his arm to Mry Kester then iheywent right up the islo and stood before the minister and were married There were no brides- Â¬ maids but it looked us pretty as a picture We all like Antoine hotter than wo used to he has been nicer and nicer over since he was hurt so and crippled so long and everybody knows Mary Kester is the host and prettiest girl east of the Sacramento Antoine is building a house and planting nn orchard in the big field across the river Charles from the old Michenay place Howard Shinn in Overland MonthlyT- -- We have a little church now and it was dedicated yesterday by ministers from Milburn and Shasta ft is built in tho graph According to General Morin the etiiinent expert tne proper temperature SAFE in well ventilated places is as follows Nurseries asylums and schools C9 de SURE crees workshops4 barracks and prisons PROMPT 59 hospitals Gl toG4 theaters andlec- - AT DlCOOISTS AXt Dulcii reus ciuatrs jutogelr co BAXtiaoREaB GO to 09 t lire rooms In dwellings m this country it has been the custom to 2VE V T i i w n-A-j65 to 70 de- Â¬ keep the temperature at Wayne Da Page Co Tilinfat grees HAS IMPORTED FROM FRANCE o m Abeolulelu JVcc from Ojpiatcs JEmetics and Eeison HP PiDWAYS PILLS Bowelsetc 2Scat3alox For the care of all disorders of the Stomaca Sold by Drags- Tcer - 25 MOPS Y STOCK ON HAND iiyo years has produced remarkable changes In the colors of beetles in an 70 PER GENT OF ALL HORSES Wava purity at blood estrhlbhcd re English museum Fiery red has turned corded la tbePercheroaIsShid Beck ofbv pctUsreesonly Fraace tna Book ever puoliahed in that country to bright green pale yellow to brown Stail EVER IMPORTED TO AMERICA blue to black and green to purple P All exposure to light during twonty- - Pcrcieroa IIore rained at 3509999 which laclndea about -r- Trm clothes of navigation hiladdph - Wdvr is that which is so brittle that if vou name it you are sure to break itrS1 lence V 1 Li hjtr CaU r A coat of ice 3 C7 JJl 3ajaTLV9fK x wissTgy- ispcrtdSn lares Imported Sfallioss Old enonsbr for Ecrrtce Twe years old and 140 200 j oimsrcn it I - Ro- Â¬ Boston Jlwlgei The only improvement made on the CiiUfwia Maverick A riinosoiiinu says that the best way to avoid getting into debt is to die young knife is the fork 125 COLTS a -- tr ti -fe- ow of suspicion thaKa nlius belonged to the pedagogic order 6f creatures crossed the Missounan mind The next morning the young man sat on alrawhidp bottoined chair tipping it the bole of a giant white oak ate grapes that one of the youngsters brought in his straw hat and opened lire on Jvcster as he mended his broken waou tougue owlefcustalkbusmtssVrhe said I amVschbol teaelifer and winihgto CaSe your school but it must be on mv terms You dont ay sol - WtlLrivbat sort of proposition hev yVThis I will tach a week for nothing tbeaifI donot ltktthe1school oryou jshall leave If sfay riieArus tcs me must pay what you did the last teacher no more jio less Hester at once acceded lb iheseterra VButye caint jeruade old ilichenay Isesid1 as Rawlins mounted his horse Were powerful anxious ter hev ve but hell make trouble o soons he knows Ive hired ye Rawlins crossed the crek near TvesV ters rode a mile east turned south crossed another stream and reached Sdlchenays from quite a different direction- T grizzled old trianT was dryf piewiug Ho sow his wheat before rW rams and the clouds of dust followed his creakints- tranc plow Rawlins drew ack-againefc tow-head- ed ---- Xoshad A few seconds later there came a yet louder shout then a sudden crash as in the farther pasture ran slirleking against the rail fence tore it to pieces and fled still shrieking with ter- Â¬ ror stampeded over the hillsides while Antoine rode Jais unbridled whirlwind on into th a ilnpr foroefc VFl6fSt6od terrlQed beside he trampled mountain lilies over which Roland had parsed The school teaher whisperedto Mary JJVill you do just bent-over-and love1 Yes - head against mv overcoat Dont move tll I come back He stepped out into the clearing xnucH to Floras surprise - Then sit on this flat rock j t lean your -- i I J -- The old man triarclLat the head of a satlikeC A family of nine children of whom two were girls After Sinner they sat en the porch sfiSoked the pipe of mutual goodwill end discassed Canada ze bes country on ze globe whiles barefoot girl swung on curb orthreemoreon the Maenrail toand two to listem porch and watch the stranger ranges go five miles beyond that peak said Ilawllns There is oiough for all your children and yds aaastmanagejto give them good eduoa- AAtd-so-your-catile ii fiui mm j aniirwaavlteaT to ilinner im i Ah kind sir cried Michenay it ees aot Dosseeble not n6w I Ze school is for excitedly w iespair raach pointed ees k man Jle icftMEectef lZare xt frnawciaWias- atTsH A Dern at a - 7 know about what has b ened herei t be asked abruptlv I know all about An itoine and 1 am going to see that you get home safely She turned without a word and walked be sideuim Soon they reached the old stables and barnsbfMichentfYr Beran IrTand bridled a horse backed him out of the stall and into me snaits Mora knew all suchtog gery and fastened at least half thestraps 5ow Mr RawlinsBhcrjaidqI ain going to drive myself home yonmustnot rouse the Michenays It is only eiglit miles and I know all the cross roads He hesitated thinking of the dilemma The road was dangerous and the moon verylow There might lie drunkencattle- herders riding home after a spree It is not safe Miss Wilson Dont talk to me she cried Jd rather tralk home than disturb any one in s tiie tuuusr Suddenly the way out revealed itself a to hunr Mart Michenay was the brightest and pluckiest of He could keep a secret and he loved nls teachei devotedly Waitheaid io Flora ADrivo up to yonder oak and wait thera till I come osck He sprang over ihe fence ran to therear of the haase and lifted Marts -- Miss Wilson do you know the way to MichenaysNo 1 dont I wish I did She tried o speak defiantly but it was easy to see he was in trouble Mr Rawlins what fourteen-year-old-bo- ys of sage brush barrens the trail was lost for an hour When it was picked upa ialh it led through a thorny tangle of a liap- paral Maddened with pain Roland lmd hurled himself forward as if he were charging a battery and hadrent and crushed a path into the open pastures be- Â¬ yond Flutteriugfragments of Antoines garments and drops of blood on the roots showed what a pnsageut had been The rescuers followed fast on thetfack such a wild journey could hot lost forever Soon they passed a brush foncedi wheat field then heard the lowing of cattle among the hills heyjm They were ap- Â¬ proaching somf house IVvod further the trail whirled about thetdmnpof oaks into a footpath and past a giant boulder from beyond with sudden distinctness cuuie tne sound ot taiiinu water tiie ravines J long tending toward each other met and disappeared iuaquartkwulled valley J The end had come here Jlawlins and Martin ureed their horses on but thev suddenlv reared uiidsndrted wildly Antoine W Ublhr manf and Antoine boy cried in abreaHi Feeble as a babys wail out of the depths of the ravine eame a human cry piercing the ripple of waters with it agon- Â¬ ized appeal They lefttheir horses uncoiled their lar- Â¬ iats and went down among throcks Ro- Â¬ lands feet had slipped on the smooth edge ho bad crashed through a sycamore top and there he lay more than a hundred feet down stark and dead Antoine Antoine where are you I see cried Martin and they soon reached him Brushed off bv the tree top yet falling throught it to the lower ledge Antoine though in piteous plight was not mortally hurt his leg was broken and almost countless fiesh woundsaud bruises added to his misery Ono could not help con- Â¬ trasting this hollow eyed nearly naked sorely wounded rdan lying in the sun glare half waydawn a wildravine with the jaunty foppish Antoine of the spelling school of a dozen hours before And there as he lay he looked straight downon dead Roland eighty feet below Ifor hourshe had heard ho had told them breaking down info- - sobs the brave crea- Â¬ tures dj ing moans had called and heard tho horse whinnyback his fond and last recognition The gray dawn broke over- Â¬ head as Roland died then the sun rose and thoutrh Antoine- - crawled out of its JJ rjiercest rays the heat was terrible I hey lifted him to au- easier position makine pillows of their- coats and gave him a drink Martin said the school master climb the hill and get our bearings we must have help here and soon He only waited till the boy was gone to turn upon Antoine He had no scruple stout sparing him for the sake of his con -- lop giving the horses the roin and shout Â¬ ing to urge them faster At last in a belt VT f f They Tode down the hillin a tearing gal- him- Â¬ Â¬ Althouuu another year has passed it in the Where the Weaker Sex Is Winning- It XTay 7 wont count Iferalit ages of home women lhinitcriJHt VGramlIj Tins is tbe sort of weather when we The man who tiim tributes to a charity - should think Ulster County N Y would from a drummer teei comiqrtaoie JJuriiHgtvulste Jress has a vague notion that he lias done a said Fogg d sergicefpr die solicitor Buttheiemale get Y5and give my in the street car up seat to one of thoso canvasser never permits him to harbor ladies if scats werent o plnguey scarce auv such idea about her lie is given Itoitan Tniitserijjf to unilerstand that lie has doner only Tcvchek to class Where is tho alimen- Â¬ what he should have done lojig ago and tary canal located Boy on hack sea tl it- isfn Indinnanolis or in forget it washighby improper for hnn to wait Illinoiswhether till sbe remintled him of it That isthe Neveh unkindly There reason every one fels Jiiiuself humble thay be ahjieak when ou of any one to bor- Â¬ may want time and abaSjlied when a female canvasser row a dollar from vour bitterest enemv HhilvUiuhtaCaU-bOoms up iivjtlu horizon and feels humbler and 1inore - abashed when she x A feTticBT CAK brings the haughtiest man leaves down to a common level Particularly if Â¬ Thore are two kind of female can it starts suddenlv before the haughtv one vassers the old and the young varieties has had time to pick out his seat--Fal- l Their methods ara diametrically op- Â¬ Jtivir Herald posite The one sav everything she Tiie more can buy for canthe other as littfe as she can The lars the less hat a man woman can two dol- Â¬ bonnet a buy for former is a born exhorter and was cre Â¬ twenty and yet somo folks uy this world ated for tho purpose of running a was slung together in perfect harmony schenfe for absorbing lie cus of a SL Pail irmiJ Bitt as she found all congregation BiaOK They tell mo your wife quite a ther departments in those branches whistler While She is whistle-ismost of of industry filled up she took 6 the tinie Blaekr Andyou allow it1 Dont dont annoy the canvaing to keep in practice She can itbmroyybuJ White it It encourage her allowing in get in more voealwork in a given space and asfor Why White IBecause woman it than any male agitator nf the organ of it Black cant whistle and talk at the same time- Tiie young variety of CMcaao Tribune speech extant canvasser does not Tun Ue campaign that way Her strong points archer eyes Once liei fbjngue hiset forth her business isuspen band her eyes begin Is prepared from SarsaparIHa Dandelion Mandrake to issue dividends Thereafter all oper- Â¬ Doclc ripslc xa Juniper Berries and other and aaailc ejetable remedies The combi Â¬ ations are carrrechonfrom that quarter nation proportion auT preparatlou are peculiar to She finds this the most ftectiva way A Hoods Saraa pariua gi vinjr 1 rorar ire power not po whole park of artillery would not hold sessed by oilier medicine Ii effects remarkable cores where other f all its own as an instrument of dt structioi against the es of a well organized can vasser If giie is cojdly received ehe la the before the throws a little warmth tmd feeling into cates best blood pnrifler and curca public It eradi Â¬ Scrofula erorr impurity alt her glances If she is rebuffed the eyes Kheara Bolls rimple s all Humors Dyspepsia BUT fill If she is turned away sha suffuses ioaaness Sick Headache Indigestion General De LlTer them with a look of pleading that would bility Catarrh Ehenmatlm Kdney andfeeling Com plaints It overcome lhat extreme tired and a- - hundred paces reduce adamant at bnlid3 up the jystem She begs with them prays with them urges with them and exhorts with them and as there Is no force known to Has met unparalleled snecess 3t home Snch has he science that will overcome this mute come Its popularity In lowell Mas- - Trbere It I insistence humauity has to yield audUie made that whole neighborhood are taking It at tba game time The tame wonderful sneceas is extend Â¬ reluctant purse strings have to loosen ing all over tbe country Its positive merit makes t --- SIRENS OF BUSINESS P1UUKU9 OULT wr mw not recorow tney should beto oe4rtnelrpllCTtes arc wiU only as pradesI all lniporred nock atralctd prices tnpn 1 cannot prale furrdj n wth the cnlrnal told pedisree 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