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MARCH THE RELIABLE LAWYER Ik his office eat a lawyer f around immediately a chase ensues the bird gains and is nnally about to pounce upon its prey when all at once two lizards appear one making off while the other dances up and down into the air and along the ground in a very mysterious way so that the aston Â¬ ished bird stops and looks In the meantime the original lizard escapes the other that is really the tail soon be- Â¬ Â¬ NUMBER Hazel Green Heeald rwblisbe ia Weife Canatv Jarrely Ja the coaatiM of T r fWTTatfft Mama Powell Mean ce Ma- pb hltc tllietz EsUU Flya Perry rce aewsaaper tbe latter slevea beiar witi Xaett of a y kiaa THE HERALD Mt ta therefore Atfrcrtfebnr XMhm ts Eailen UejHweky ftivertfsers can reach store people by aaTertteeaostinlts calusans than by any Mfcarsaecss Try If aa be convinced FWBtgKi i ai You can tell it by the fresh and rather blue appearance it has and then too it is smaller than the others At least three species I have found will part with their tails before capture and I find that the severed tail will jump about and imitate a worm two or three PITH AND POINT THE WINGED HAT AgfeUaa bag a bat With wings en every SJ Slaughter of tbe iaiteeeats These pretty wngs sappiiaiL It is a curious fact that rich relative areapt to be distant ones Burlington tff minutes San Francisco Call Xrzsr WrBXEsnxr Horkis SPENCER TCOOPERv K4Ur ecaeaaroos 1 kaxzss comes quiescent You see the gecko has the faculty of throwing off its tail when hard pressed and while the pur Â¬ suers attention is drawn to the squirm- Â¬ ing member the animal itself escapes But it loses its tail suggested the JfcaaSixMoBtbs ASTEKnass kates -XnacteBtsArertteemerttslaserted st 4r-tr deals per tech tret insertion ee4 tWBt re eests for each subsequent laser JAxMoaths AlirilxAdrMr WXe Mbftcriptkm will be entered upon saless accosBpraied by the raoney a49swbscrlptieawlll be received for les er bks -- The r7n ANDIM MDIICS Naturalists Experiments in Southern California Snakes That Simulate Vines Lizards That Threw Their Talla Away Deceitful But Â¬ terfliesSavage Stumps and Roots Aultual Sea Weeds and Hock taeE oa aUcatlea JUMreM Br3HU6f ea Ltrer advertiseiBents TOM made 6PEKCKB COOPER Hzol Green Sy PltOFESSIOKAL JMEASH ItTTOWlEYMT LAW HA2KLGKXENKT- - Ifttl prtfee la Welf e and adjoining coa MM -- OefiectioBB irfll receive prompt attca-- PATIEBSONHAZELBIGrG rlTTORNEYS V T LAW KT STEELING KT ATTORHEY AT LAW Ke 441 f SAMUEL McKEE K Jefferson streeV Z917UTfXXE KT 1iiieMeeain all the State Cocrta anC peaial atteatloa gives to buEiaess of an ka4s is tbe United States Courts If APOBTERLACIV ATTORNEY AT LAW NOTAEY PUBLIC AND 1 EXAMtKEft F DEPOSITIONS t JK ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND WEAL f STATE AGENTS Cajcptox a Haxbc Gkeex Kt QcittAX J Xixiy QUiLUN k LYKTKS TiOet exKBined taxes paid for non resf 4eet6 CeHectiens a epecjalty Heal estate wktas seM oa coamlssion TVill prac tice la Welfe aad adjoining- counties BR R B GARDNER - it Â¬ HAzn Greek KrM Offers bis services to the people of Wolfe ao adjoialng- counties DR J 2L KLSE AND PHYSICIAN SURGEON Hazix GEETJf Kt Teasers bl professional services to the of Wolfe and adjoinlnir counties Offic atreekleace oa Broadway citt-7-ea- s J B TTJLBEE M T HAtEC CEENf KLY ACCOUCHEUR aTSJSAI SIMK1K AND Southern California is a fine coun- Â¬ try in which to study the local fauna TJierc is so much pleasant weather that one can put in a good deal of field work The speaker waV an East- Â¬ ern naturalist who had some months since come from the East and taken up his temporary residence in a moun Â¬ tain resort in Los Angeles County for the purpose of observing the animals and their liahits He had just arrived in this city called hither by some busi- Â¬ ness engajnjinonL No I have not found anything spe cially new continued the speaker in reply to a question by a reporter I da not expect to If you will accom- Â¬ pany me to my lodgings however I may show you someSiin of interest After a brisk walk of a few blocks the temporary quarters of the naturalist He said Avcre reached Myattention just now is directed toward certain phases of animal life principally the methods of protection and defense and particularly mimicry Yon dont mean that animals mimic one another Certainly and as an example pick out the animals on this branch and Ihc naturalist took from the mantel and handed to the reporter a branch of alder It was examined as was sup- Â¬ posed carefully but no living creature could be seen That demonstrates the perfection of miiuicry said the host as he laugh Â¬ ingly touched one of the leaves that immediately walked off and became an insect That insect he continued that you could not distinguish from a leaf finds its protection in mimicing leaves You see how exactly its wings mimic them in color veining and in other re-Â¬ spects And not only that when I caught it it came fluttering down from a tree with the same motion as a leaf and if my dog had not directed my attention to it 1 should have passed it by It is a very common mid interesting example irVhat is there here inquired the reporter leaning over a box of plants and vines that stood on the window sill On the vine is a green snake that mimics vines I brought it from the East and on the stems you will see a number of green spiders that affect green plants All snakes find protection more or less in their simulation of other ob-Â¬ jects Take the rattlesnakes that by the wav are all hibernating now they eo imitate the barren rocks among which they live that it is almost impossi Â¬ -- TeBders his professional services t the i eo terwolfe an adjoining counties Of ict atresWenoe on Haxel Green Heurats i I A1T BLOUSE t PIEBATT HOUSE HAZEL GREEN KY JOHN H HOTELS country Here is a case continued the speak- Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY er taking the top from a large glass box the bottom of which was filled with D CODSEY Proprietor Kind do you see anything Patronage is respectfully solicited from The writer looked steadily at a long vybody more especially tbe traveling ptiKic nrst clasi accommodations ana and short range and was finally obliged to confess that sand was the only object atifaction guaranteed discernablc ble to distinguish them unless you see the outline of the form In the tropics you ee large boas and pythons hanging from a tree and from a distance they are perfect mimics of the lianas that are one ef the characteristic features of ths PIERATT Proprietor tae aarlcct ana first class accommodatioi ill be 3fTae table Is supplied with the best is f aralsaed f r man and beast MORGAN HOUSE WEST LIBERTY E1Y JAMES -- H COLE 3 Prepi leter of tke traveling nublla 1 r MJIfjniy solicited Table alwavs supple4 e best la the market Stable attached ASKLANO HOUSE KEAR POST OFFICE USX1NGTOX KENTTCK imTQiss K E BG5WELL mm wsmm SONS PrpriEtr GAMPTON HOUSE CAMPION KY ALEX J ASBUBY Prttsrietor Tbe table Is supplied with the raoicest Tit c4s In tbe aaaxket and the chargs are rea Aeaabie fepeeial teduceaaents te CCBaercia teariftc Insure Your Property IK THX OMJ KEXiAJBU Mi mm Wfcick Xeali Coim Tsttf Or KARTTOKP cofcr la Sellable Iadeantty X Caasp Xaraa Tlm Trfd and - Fir - TgE BT IB B OWiATXSS KCATITAI tM The naturalist then introduced a pointer and immediately a lizard three inches long broad and flat appeared and ran around the inclosure with a rapid uncertain motion Its a horned ttyul really a lizard explained the owner laughing and is a remarkable mimic as you see of the sand In hunting for them in the valleys I never could see them except wheiuthey started up and when thej stopped it was to dis- Â¬ appear so complete was their identity lot You see this is the protection of nature that all animals possess outside of their special organ of defense It is a phase in the evolution of life all ani- Â¬ mals becoming adapted to their environ- Â¬ ments There is nothing startling in nature the forms of animals all blend wth their surroundings This creature mimics the dry sandy wastes that it af fwrl but go to the woods especially of Ihe south and we find myriads of forms that imitate the leaves and twigs Green lizards liebefore our eyes and defy us the tree toads crouched on the leaves are invisible the bullfrogs in the hedges by the bank of the pond are rendered in- Â¬ conspicuous by their rich green coat then turn to the toad that wanders along the dusty roads and bare tracts of land and we sec it dust colored or mot- Â¬ tled finding in this a sure protection But to return to the lizards There are some curious cases among the geckos Here is one dead that is called the leaf tailed gecko You see the tail bulges out soon after leaving the body and assumes a leaf or arrow shape her ce the name of the animal Now when the little creature is chased you wili see it dodge around a limb and hold up the curious leaf like tail Thar is all you can see and so naturally would think it a part of the tree itself-- But this lizard has a more remarkable method of escape yet We will imagine that you have tried to pluck the leaf The anirAal drops clumsily to the ground and darts away among the rofke where it attracts the attention of the hswte that are forever prowling Only for a time They can repro duce this organ and curiously enough sometimes two tails are produced instead of one There is a great variety of these geckos and they au have some protec- Â¬ tion In another class of lizards as the anolis and chameleon the other changes and they are enabled to adapt themselves to any location in which they may find themselves we If continued the naturalist look among insects we find a remark- Â¬ able display of mimic Perhaps vou have noticed in the woods how often butterflies dart up where you have not noticed them Thev have been protect- Â¬ ed b their simulation to the leaves and flowers and the birds that prey upon them arc-- equally deceived In the southern part of this State wonderful examples are seen in the walking sticks and the mantis The former seem to be actual twis endowed with life the body is straight seeming a twig while the logs are like branches from it and with its slow methodical movements it would hardly be considered a living creature Some of these in South Amer- Â¬ ica attain a length of eight inches An allied form in Central America found by Belt the naturalist so mimiced a moss covered twig that even a close examination sometimes puzzled the ob server The leaf insects are as particularly interesting they are almost exact in their resem- Â¬ blance to dead and living leaves so much so that they even deceive the for Â¬ aging ants that rush over them not suspecting that in the fallen leaf is the wily mimic they would fain capture Among the plume moths are many of such delicacy that they resemble the down of plants in their flight through the air and when alighting on a flower their auimal nature would never be sus- Â¬ pected One of the most beautiful cases of protective mimicry is that of the orange tip butterfly When open it is very plainly seen its wings being of white black and orange and flying about is quite conspicuous but as soon as it alights upon a favorite plant and closes its wings it becomes at once an exact mimic of the white blotches of the under surface These animals continued the speaker you see generally mimic plants or twisrs but there aie others that are more remarkable from the fact that they mimic animals that from their pois- Â¬ onous qualities are safe from attack Thus it is well known that birds do not especially care for haiiy butterflies In Central America Belt found a curious beetle that was a tidbit for the birds clothed in a coat of long brown hairs closely resembling the thick hairy caterpillars In the same localities spiders have been found that looked ex- Â¬ actly like ants and were thus enabled to creep upon their prej the real ants Wallace observed a butterflj- - that though an acceptable morsel to the birds de- Â¬ ceived them by mimicking the flight of a poisonous butterfly If a bird chased it it at once assumed the curious and laborious flight of its poisonous model and the bird noticing its evident mis-Â¬ take would always give up the pursuit In Africa there is a tribe that utilize the art of mimicry very much as do the lower animals JLhe natives are sreat thieves and at one time it was found necessary to send out a troop of English soldiers to break them up The latter finally came up to a band that they had followed several days and having cor- Â¬ nered some of them drove them into a valley only to find that they had again escaped The soldiers tired and worn refused to go further and dismounting led their horses to some stumps and roots that lay scattered about One of the officers took off his hat and hung it upon a root when to his astonishment it gave way and turned into a man and in a moment all the seeming roots started up and dashed away They were the na- Â¬ tives that had placed themselves in these strange positions hoping that the soldiers would pass by which they certainly would have done had they not been overfatigued Giraffes frequently find protection by standing in groups hunt- Â¬ ers taking their long necks for trees So the tawny skin ot the lion helps to conceal it and the stripes of the tiger and zebra are supposed to be protect ivc Under the sea we find some wonder- Â¬ ful niimic Take the sea cucumbers their mouths imitate seaweeds of all sorts and shapes some actually looking like toadstools If you take the com- Â¬ pentacta and place it in an aquari mon um the creature will at once bury itself out of sight and soon a beautiful plant will beg n to grow first one tip appear- Â¬ ing and then another until a shrub is seen waving among the other weeds seemingly a part of them At the slightest warning it is gone only to re- Â¬ appear again the humble mimic in this way feeding in security Many of the fishes are protected by their resemblance to rocks as the load fish the angler and its kind are covered with barbels of flesh that mimic seaweed The spider crabs mimic moss covered roclis and often bedeck themselves with moss to increase their security and so among all creatures we find this state of things But to go back to the geckos said the naturalist leading the way to a door leading out to an open porch on the sunny side of the house where a num- Â¬ ber of lizards were corralled on a shelf I find you have some tail throwers in California These lizards I caught in the southern part of the State and one I frightened so badly that it dropped its tail and ran thinking to thus escape but I was too quick and now I am keeping it to sea how long it will take to T should reproduce a new member judge two or three months might do it but the winter will probably retard it 1 up another lizard Here you tail has just rown out is one whose reporter Times and Conditions Once upon a time a little boy came during his play to the bank of a river The waters of the river ware very dark and wild and there was so black a cloud over the river that the little boy could not see the further shore An icy wind came up from the cloud and chilled the little boy and he trembled with cold and fear as the wind smote his cheeks and ran its slender icicle fingers through his yellow curls Au old man sat on the bauk of the river he was very very old hi3 head and shoulders were cover-Â¬ ed with a black mantle and his head was white as snow Will you come with me little boy asked the old man Where inquired the little boy To yonder shore replied the old man Oh no not to that dark shore said the little boy I would be afraid to go But think of the sunlight always there said the old man the birds and flowers and remember there is no pain nor anything of that kind to vex you The little 003 looked and saw the dark cl6ud hanging over the waters and he felt the cold wind come up from the riv- Â¬ er moreover the sight of the strange man terrified him So hearing his moth- Â¬ er calling him the little boy ran back to his home leaving the old man by the river side Many years after that time the little boy came again to the river but he was not a little boy now he was a big strong THE DARK RIVER A Beautiul Little Allegory Suited to All Free Press When you see a woman meekly obey her husband you can be sure of one or two things she is either afraid ot him or is working him for a new bonnet The way to prevent a young wife go back to from tiireatening to mamma is to invite mamma to come xauj is not a uouieoputuic 10 you remedy Detroit Free Press said an elec- Â¬ A genuine patriot tion orator recently must at all times be ready to die for his country even though it should cost him his life Chicago Trib- Â¬ Thundering applause une An employer who had been annoyed by the tardy habits of one of his work- Â¬ men greeted him one morning with the saluation Good evening sir where have you been at work to day N Y Herald- - I love tar neighbor oh so well That with my nose Id have him smell With my own eyes Fd have him see And with my mind think thoughts like as so his I love himreligion ways Td fix politics In trade with mine Ah would he let me love him so How smoothly all our plans would go In everything beneath tbe sua I and my neighbor would bo one But oft times when I sit with him And note bis humor sweet or grim With disappointed heart I see My neighbor Ii In love with me R Burtlettztn Brooklyn Eatfi Id shape to harmonize His thoughts his deeds bis aims 1a fina Srn oi Tnljrarltr Tbatwtwreii bat Tbe IKtlo brd of beauty bora Joy every By cruel haads ts slam and lgirof barbarity teen For vulvar whim and at tie a O the barbarity O the vulgarity That winged bat Bridget too like Anrellaa Her 2 ait it tells you that Type of vuigaritr Ty pe of barlarl ty tat winged hat With ia raotioa J Wears a winged bat With colors loud she is quite pro- - WHY SUE THOUGHT SO 1 1 hi ifoecoH xnKJenjK- - A FOrtED BOOK AGKXT I like smart women well enough said Fenderson but I wouldnt care to marry a woman who knew more than I did Ami so suggested Fogs you have been forced to renjaiu single Boston Tramcript man The river is the same said ho the wind is the same cold cutting wind of ice and the same black cloud obscures yonder shore I wonder where the strange old man can be I ain he said a solemn voice The man turned and looked on him who spoke and he saw a warrior clad in black armor and wielding an iron sword No you are not he cried the man You are a warrior come to do me Bagley I can not buy this cook- Â¬ book It is not practical enough No sir I Agent Not practical observe that it gives no less than sixteen A different ways to cook beefsteak very good feature agree I dont with you I would much prefer one Philadelphia way to get a beefsteak Call New Yorker to Boston young wom- Â¬ Shall we take a bobtail car Miss an Miss Penelope Penelope What is New York- Â¬ a bobtail car Mr Smith One drawn with a single horse and er without a conductor Don t you have O Miss Penelope them in Boston yes but we call them Darwinian cars X Y Times It is a curious custom the Japanese have my dear remarked a husband of taking their shoes oft when entering The custom is curious re- Â¬ a house plied the lady in the fact that it is practiced at all hours instead of at night Yes only and her husband said with a rising inflection which was about all that he could say Texas Siflings ---- BpAfi jig3BbjSg fj filHt flibBVfflTflf m lpiMc-Flid- - Little Bess You hope not Mr M aint black Mr v- you was awful niggardly What made you think I was cept pa said Little Beps Oh notbin Rambler Black ehild Why no I hould TRADE REPORTS Three Store Scenes Described by as Ua gallant Keporter Scene 1 Dry goods store Lady Customer Have you surah silks Salesman shows silks This Book Canvasser has just stated at length to the Texan editor that the life ot a book agent ia full of misery as Jie has to do so much walking and talking every- day of his life Now stranger responded the Texan covering the wretched man with his six ehooter I nave had a sample of your talkin let me see eome o your waQuaV Siflings - A VAIN A Scientists APPEAL MeeUag Lady Customer Have you an invisible jjruen - Salesman shows invisible green Lady Customer Have you a lighter slmde Is shown a lighter bhade Lady Customer What is the price Salesman Ninety cents CHRISTMAS IN NORWAY aa Uaedscated Detrslter- Yesterday a man stood leaning up against the wall of the Third Street Depot hands in his pockets and a cheap secoad hand look on his face when a gray hipd stranger with a eeii eatisfied air caae along and asked Have you got a pencil ia your pocsL The other stared at him but mads xo nv ply Because 1 want to Sea little figuriag continued the stranger I thlak Fva got it down pretty fine and that the world will be astonished He held out his hand lor thependlbt the other man made not the slightest move It is in regard to sound whispered the stranger in confidential tones I have discovered that it travels only half the dis Â¬ tance in a given time mathematicians have figured on Let me draw you a diagram and give you my deductioae1 No move not a word May be you are not interested hi tho science No I dont behave you are Ptl bet a quarter you cant-- tell the difference between the Stone Agt and the Drift Period No answer If I should ask yon how long- mmc this entire continent was one immense bed of ice what answer would you make The disgusted man pulled his right hand out of his pocket Then hia left Then he aEsumed a perpendicular position seised the stranger and whirled him around and after walking him to the curbstone gave him a kick and returned and assumed his original position The questioner looked astonished indignant and grieved as he1 turned around and slowly walking past his assailant he observed Say you do that again and FI1 just make you imagine that a Glacial Perio has struck you between the eyesl Hang rtf 111 bet a dollar to a cent that you canfc gu ess the age of Lake Erie within a thou- Baud vearsl No sir and you sever heart of Noahs Ark nor the Deluge But the taciturn man had goe to aeep- DetroitFrve Press - Dceara skisr vkk harm other river I am indeed a warrior Come with said the me across the No replied the man I will not go with you Hark 1 hear the voices of my wife and children calling to me I return to them I The warrior strove to hold him fast and bear him across the rivor to the yonder shore but the man prevailed against him and returned to his wife and little ones and the warrior was left Upon the river bauk Then many years went by and the strong man became old and feeble He found no pleasure in the world forhe His wife and was weary of living children were dead and the old man Was alone So one day he came to the bank of the river for the third time and he saw that the waters had become quiet and that the wind which came up from the river was warm ami of flowers gentle and smelled there was no dark clouds overhanging the yonder shore but in its place was a golden mist through which the old man could see people walking on the yonder shore and stretching out their hands to him and he could hear them calling him b name Then he knew they were the voices of his dear ones I am weary and lonesome M cried All have gone before the old man me father mother wife children all whom I have loved I see them and hear them on onder shore but who will bear me to them Then a spirit came in answer to this cry But the spirit was not a strange old man nor yet an armored warrior but as he came to the rivers bank that daj he was a gentle angel clad in white his face was very beautiful and there was divine tenderness in his eyes Rest thy head upon my bosom said the angel and I will bear thee across the river to those who call thee So with the sweet peace of a little child sinking to his slumbers the old man dropped in the arms of the angel and was borne across the river to those who stood upon the yonder shore and Chicago News called -- MATRIMONIAL ODDITIES Two Peculiar Case Which Came Under the Observation of a Syracuse Clergy Â¬ i J j j man A while ago a couple came to be married accompanied by the brides parents and one or two other relatives said a local clergyman and I at first refused to perform the ceremony be- Â¬ cause of the extreme youthfulness of the bride She was a pretty little girl with light flaxen hair and blue innocent eyes and did not appear to be more than twelve or thirteen years of age Her parents however insisted that she was sixteen and were very anxious that I should marry her to the groom a tine looking young German of twenty one The girl was more than willing and I TI13 mother re- Â¬ finally consented marked as the knot was tied There Im glad its done She mightnt a had another chance in many a year I hope the poor little thing is happ A fine healthy looking young farm- Â¬ er came in one night with a large fe- Â¬ male of uncertain age and apparently decided strength of inind and desired the usual service Witnesses were suiu- moned aud the ceremony was about to begin when the door bell rang twice in quick succession and a moment after a portly well dressed lady rushed breath less into the room and shouted with her last breath before sinking exhausted into a chair Dont you marry htm you cau nave 11 tae explanation was that the woman about to get married was the others cook and had left her mistress in a fit of pique because sha would nof raise her waes Syra Standard Celebrate the Great Christian Holiday On the morning of the festal day the roads are thronged with sledges convey- Â¬ ing visitors to their destinations the brass bells which decorate the hardy lit tie Norwegian horses making a merry tinkling in theTrostv air The very air itself seems to palpitate with the sweet chimes of the bell melodies and is not a sleigh ride one of those delights that The day begins with defy rivalry divine service The churches are very plain and the worship simple and whenever the service is over relatives and friends assemble at different houses according to invitation where a pre limmarv repast consisting of a variety of yiancts liquors and sweets is partaken of before dinner which woo to the dyspeptic follows immediately aftcr The first courtesj however shown to a male guest on entering a Norwegian house no matter at what hour of the day is a pipe of tobacco The din Â¬ ner is a lengthy affair fish poultry meat entrees cakes and preserves jo round and round again and again Be- Â¬ tween the courses intervals are allowed for the singing of national songs the giving of standard toasts and the drink Â¬ ing of healths To the Norwegian the Old Norway words Gamle Norge have a powerful spell in them and on festive occasions like the present they In an instant can not be resisted Gamle Nbrge is repeated by every voice the glasses are filled and drained and then bursts forth in a simultaneous chorus the national song of Norway For Norge There is no nation in the world that can surpass Norway in this enthusiastic love of country When the dinner is over the chief guest rises saying Tiik for marden thanks for the which is re- Â¬ meal or entertainment sponded to by all present who bow to the host and hostess at each end of the table At seven oclock tea is handed round then a little later In the evening comes a knock at the door and boys enter some four or five dressed in white mantles the tallest of these holds a large colored lantern shaped like a star while another bears a small illuminated glass box contain- Â¬ ing two little wax Dutch dolls one of which represents the Virgin Mary sit- ting in a chair and the other the infant Jesus l3ing in a cradle A bit of handle is moved by a wire from side to side of the lantern making it appear as if the doll mother was rocking the cradle at her feet and the lantern is meant to represent the star in the East which guided the Magi to the lowly manger These mysteries are all explained during the exhibition in the words of a carol chanted by the boys After these lads are dismissed with some slight refresh- Â¬ ment or bonbons and a little money another band of masked performers rather older than the last make their appearance They are dressed in mili- Â¬ tary fashion with cocked hats on the head tattered looking uniforms pur-Â¬ posely decked with tinsel and wooden at their sides swords suspended our own Tney are very like much only Guys November These maskers per- Â¬ more interesting form all kinds of fantastic tricks for the amusement of the spectators conspicu- Â¬ ous among them being a pantomimic military review No one in Norwaj ever refuses to admit these performers f their annual mummeries or sends them away crafty handed Numerous diversions and games now follow amon the household supper is announced and partaken of the gentlemen settle down for a general smoking and the ladies disappear up stairs where an eager talk Â¬ ing and clatter of tongues goes on as they put on their wraps Then come the sledges to the door nearty shalongs of the hand with loudly expressed good wishes are exchanged all round and j the happy guests ore borne swiftiy over sue snow guttering in tae muoaugnt 10 homes r2i37r9r heir respective How the Descendants of the Norsemen Lady Customer Have vouauvthing ter I shown something better Lady Customer Have you anyforeeven-ty-flv- e cents Salesman shows silks for seventy five cent Lady Customer Yce Ill see about it Good morning Scene 2 glove department Young Lady Let me see aomc kid Salesman What number and color Young Lady Tan five and a half Salesman We bet- Â¬ gloves pair of sevens then Scene 3 shoe store eboes YouugLady dont keep misees sizes Give me a much pleaaed Lady Customer I want to eee some Salesman What style and site Ia shown French kid twoV Lady CustomerWhat is the price Salesman Four dollars and fifty cents Lady Customer That is very high havent you eome for four dollars Is shown shoes for four dollars Lady Customer Havent you some thing better for the same price Salesman No maam Lady Customer Havent you them with French heels Ia shown shoes with French heels Lady Customer What priee did you bay they were Salesman Four dollars Lady Customer French kid twot but I guess Ill take a pair Salesman Twos did you say Lady Customer They dont suit exactly Lady Customer Two is my size but as I have a high instep and dont like to cramp my foot I guess jou had better give me four and a half Detroit Free Press He Was Thoroughly Posted You are going into the lecture field they tell me Yes I think some of doing so Have you ever had any experience in DESFEKATE IOTX public speaking No I never tried to address an audience in my life But my good ir how can you hope to eucceed if you know nothing about the lecture business Oh Im posted on the lecture bubiness You can depend on that But how does that come Why great Scott man Ive Come Chicago been married twenty two years Ledger It ra Vjf f jjrjtKJMMmBL V B BBBH 4BBk n Had Badges On nSEElYSFBBBH t BBBBBT Want your sidewalk cleared ohT he aeked of a citizen of Woodward avenue Just got a man Have any badges on T believe he has five or nix Then let him keep the job Im a tramp and hard up but them roller skating cham Â¬ pions has got to earn a living somehow ud Fin not the man to stand in their way They are entitled to public sympathy and assistance Detroit He I will Wow out my brain fuse me She That would be impossible ii ytm re Â¬ Sam Frv Press SIMPLE AND SURE An Effectual Way to Prevent Convicts K caplng from Jail Ought to Be Stised said the angry patron How is this of a ten cent restaurant the other after There was rabbit down oar the noon bill of fare to day and I didnt get it Thats all right said the urbona You had hash didnt yon2r proprietor Yes But what has that to do with If your eye eight was at aB good youd have found a bare in it The tooth it picks are on the stand there as you 5am the Scaramouch out pJ ot to Be TerrlAerf You shouldnt talk so much Mr Easy my dear A prominent dentist up towB delares that-- women who talk the most o9 their teeth the soonest Feed them on the fat of the land with tho above result and reduce them by the banting process in time for the expiration of their sentences Pvck WeJL my kar I Mrs Easy tranquilly shouldnt mind that very much- - My fcwtk have been troubling niaso hmkIi tJykat M44nW I would he glad tolostheat GUI t Hi Itedeeatte TmiUM An Unpremeditated Pua T - E Charley Highnysi BJJ Well boys I suppose you enjoyed your salves he said upon the return of his two you are wearing yiwrwte Jhnsay Tugfeoy Yk g boys from a weeks visit at gcmdpas day WeTI pop you can just bet we did- - We ccr-CHarley Tkatieaav had roast turkey candies nuta and mince JIar--Waiiiw- iX rpifs- - We just stuffed until we were sick Charliy Way T3erd 1 tot m ISnl we bad a gorgeous time hadnt we Tom Â¬ -1 my Journal Ye Biiv w had Puil4lphia OxJL other day that ywtasjhi - I srStM - - i-- Wji -- Tp rM -j- -s JWt rfxsrtv5 tiqp-- -- -- a e fmufwfffm sttssM Wesley Dale a citizen of Shelbyville baaked or in bonds Near Campton the county seat of this county cok ing coal superior to any in the United ttMJJC OOOTJat JXILKSrYTTLE if States except perhaps one bank in Penn Â¬ COOPEK c lTTTLE sylvania and iron ore is easily accessi Â¬ PWfaiifB m4 Pfqpriators ble but no Eoanoke development comes Statered at ake jfeacl Graen Postomee as to Campton or any other p our moun Â¬ clS ail Matter tain towns Think of these things ye bloated bondholders and unload some of FES CEE COOPEE Sditob your wealth in developing the richest section of the earth and instead of real- Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY rVWEDKESDAY- MAECH 3 1886 izing 4 per cent you can have 40 Haeel Geexn JIekald isa His surreptitously entererd a saloon turn etTbn the faucits of the whisky barrels and raUowed the liquor to run out causing a loss to the owner of 800 Be was a temperance 9d i XlacSoa TirstSConSay is Aagast 38S6 ForOircuit Judge 13th District J Democratic Ticket JOHN E COOPER Col L M DAY THE NEWS THE STATE AT LARGE i For Commonwealths Attorney Coustv Judge G BSWANGO Coaaty Attorney J C LYIONS Ceanty Coart Clerk DAVID HOGG SfceriF G T CENTER Circait Coart Clerk W F ELKLN8 JLaeseor mature in the next seven years will amount to 199000 The debts of Fayette county which -- H BURNS XASH Coroner FIELDEN COX CHHtr School SupL JOIINM ROSE Ssrveyor Jailer GEO V-- DRAKE W G W CRUEY Winchester is the only town of its size in the itate without mi organized fire de partment Eiirhtv seven bran nfiw 3nonrs Iirvp just been turned out by the JLouisville medi-Â¬ cai cpiiegc Breathitt ARBOHHceBieaia We are aatkorized to announce B 1L COMBS candidate for the office of Survey- Â¬ or af Breathitt county subject to the action ef tke Democratic party I live eold a half interest In The Heeald including good will fixtures Miles Lyttle HisTiame appears at tie masthead as co proprietor with this issue and he will aad bereefier devote his time to the material laterests of The Herald Being a na- iire of Wolfe county he is too well v kaewa to the people around here to need Bm jatroducli m from me and to those - wbek not know him I will say that he is yoang man in every way worthy of Jlr yovLT confidence and patronage c te Kr J plIlier reuueed VI buildings to ashei and ciuscu a joss ox auout iouuu At Brassfields combination sale at Lexington Feb 23d 60 head of horses colts mares and fillies brought 33820 Bath circuit court began Monday Feb V with 45 ordinary 106 equity and 141 commonwealth cases on the docket There are now 83 students studying for the ministry at the Bibie college of the Kentuckv university in Lexington President H K Taylor of Logan fe- Â¬ male college Russellville is announced as a candidate for state school superintendent Mrs Gallavin an old lady aged 70 years living near Frankfort was burned to death Feb 23d while endeavoring to light 22d An incendiary fire at Versailles Feb ajire Chas E Long president of the Louis- Â¬ ville watei works has sued the Louisville Commercial compauv for libel and claims 50000 damages J Xyttle will solicit subscribers advertise and at times assist in getting oat the paper while the editorial msn- ajement remains under the control of Your most humble servant jaentc Spencer CoorER With the present issue The Hazel Gbeen Herald begins its second year Daring ihe year just ended we have tried to give our patrons as good a paper as it was in our power to mate That it has been the promoter of many public enterprises is patent to alL The publi Â¬ cation of the paper was an enterprise of doubtful success the editor was an ut ter stranger to this people and the out- Â¬ fit was handicapped with Its first cost Such is no longer the case The paper Is an established certainty the editor has in a measure become acquainted with the people and their wants and last though by no means least it is practi- cally out of debt The Herald will in the future as it has in the past labor ior the interests of the people of the mountains in every way that will tend to their advancement morally socially and financially It will use every effort to bring our undeveloped wealth to the notice of capitalists who are seeking investment and encourage the settling among us of industrious sober citizens of whatever creed or condition in life Tn all things it Is for the people of the mountains and It becomes every good citizen in this part of the commonwealth to subscribe and aid us to that extent in the good wort we have mapped out Let eveiy one feel with the poet Â¬ Â¬ Frankfort Capital The Yeoman has launched into wholesale abuse of the legis- Â¬ lature No better indication could be shown that the legislature 13 doing its duty Miss Mildred Lee daughter of the late Gen Robert E Lee was tendered a re- Â¬ ception at Louisville last week by about 200 ex confedcrate soldiers and the alumni of Washington and Lee university Messrs Finley of Louisville and Jett of Frankfort are the lucky Kentuckians in the poioffice inspectorship contest The an Â¬ nouncement of Mr Finleys appointment has been made and r Jett has received his commission Frankfort Capital Mr J M Pigman sherilf of Knott county was in the city yes- Â¬ terday settling with the auditor and says he will have his quietus belore lie is done Tnis is a good showing for the new county of Knott and for her sheriff Winchester Democrat Kentucky tim- Â¬ ber is now one of the states most valuable resources It should be carefully husband Â¬ ed A few acres planted in walnut trees now by any of our young farmers will give them an independent fortune in their old age The work is small and returns sure Frankfort Capital Parties who have visited Lexington of late report that Harts great masterpiece The Triumph of Chasti Â¬ ty i greatly noglected in its present quar- Â¬ ters in the rotunda of the new court house It is covered with dirt and tobacco stains and unprotected from the hands of anv one who may seek to mutilate its beutr THE KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE extended indefinitely A bill disfranchising persons convicted of felony has passed the senate Senator Berry has ofiered a bill in the state senate making eight hours a legal dxvs work The Courier Journal thinks the legis- Â¬ lature will not adjourn until about the 25th of April The bill to charter a normal school at Bowling Green has beenpassed in the sen Â¬ ate by a vote of 22 to 5 Senator Sparks from Jessamine coun- Â¬ ty has ofiered a resolution asking Kentucky congressmen to oppose any proposed alteration in the tarifi in regard to hemp and hemp manufactures A bill has been introduced in the house empowering anv widow or any maiden of this commonwealth who is a taxpayer and over 21 years of age to vote in person or by proxy on all questions of taxation A large number of bills prohibiting the sale of spirtuous vinous or malt liquors haye been introduced in the general as Â¬ sembly at the present session and it looks like the state will be fenced in with prohibition Senator Taulbee has obtained leave to introduce a bill in the Kentucky senate granting John iL Patrick Jeff Arnett and Levi Patrick the privilige to establish and operate a boom at and across the mouth of the middle fork of Licking river in the county of Magoffin The senate penitentiary bill known as the Harris bill was passed by ihe house Feb 24th without amendment by a vote of 54 to 35 The bill allows Mr South his back salary and places the appointment and removal of the penitentiary warden in the hands of the directors of the prison Senator Smith of Louisville has intro- Â¬ duced a bill to enable foreign corporations formed for the purpose of developing the mineral agricultural and other resources of this commonwealth to acquire hold encum- Â¬ ber and convey real estate and to build construct and operate mortgage and other- Â¬ wise encumber railways therein Mr Bays of Carter has introduced a bill in the lower house of the Kentucky leg- Â¬ islature which authorizes the auditor to pay for the killing of red foxes in this common- Â¬ wealth There is perhaps no law that could be enacted which would please the people of this section more than the scalp and our subscribers will doubtless law read the above with much relish Â¬ Â¬ Augus Boston Corbett the federal soldier who tus Williams of Parsons Kas who was ap Â¬ has the reputation of killing John Wilkes pointed by the governor and State of Kan Â¬ Booth has drifted out to Kansas and become sas lady commissioner to the Worlds Fair a homesteader He has lived on his quarter at New Orleans says Toexers Treat Â¬ section long enough after deducting bis ment completely cured me and I think it service in the army to be entitled to a has no equal for curing all symptoms arising patent from a disordered stomach or from nerreus Courier Journal Miss Fannv Mills of I debilitv For female comnlainta ther is Ohio who is to be married soon is alady of nothing like it lair unaerstanamg one wears a - o ou sup- Â¬ per and has had a pair built in New York to wear at her wedding Their dimensions Young or old if you are suffering from gen- Â¬ are as follows Across the ball 22 inches eral debility of the system headache back- Â¬ across instep 22 across heel 25 around ache pain in one or both sides general lassi Â¬ the ancle 20 inches It appears that Ohios tude bearing dvvn pains in the abdomen political rascals are not its only abnormal flashes of heat palpitation of the heart smotheringin the breast fainting sensations growth nervous debility coughing neuralgia wake- Â¬ fulness loss ot appetite Look Here Eead this please We or weakness of power memory ana We will a private nature have carried slow customers until we are guarantee to cure you with from 1 to 3 pack Â¬ loaded down and it is impossible to con- Â¬ ages of the treatment As a uterine tonic tinue to credit those whose notes and ac-Â¬ it has no equal counts are past due We must have pay from you and will take live stock at its Whether caused the brain Do not or imprudence isfrom overwork of by TURN Â¬ value on notes and accounts speedily cured good if ERS Treatment call for credit even if you are In hundreds of cases you are owing us and have not settled one box has effected a complete cure It is We mean what we say J T A F Day a special specific and sure cure for young or middle aged men and women who are suffer- Â¬ ing from nervous debility or exhausted vital Â¬ A Terrific Explosion ity causing dimness of sight so- Â¬ A special from Winchester to the ciety want of ambition c aversion to For Courier Journal dated Feb 22 says An explosion occurred here at 1230 to day which for wholesale destruction rivals Strengthening the nerves and restoring vital power even the memorable casualty of August Ladies this discovery has never been equaled and irentlempn will tinrl ihirvwrb 1883 when 600 kegs of powder exploded TREATMENT and simultaneously on the cars at the cross- Â¬ pci ujaueut m uspleasant to take sure con- Â¬ action uaeh package ing of the Kentucky Central and Chesa- Â¬ tains over one months treatment The peake and Ohio The grocery occupied Treatment with some late discoveries and by Mary Wills of color situated on additions has been used for over 30 year North Main street was literally blown by Dr Turner in St Louis in private and to atom3 The facts as near jis I have hospital practice Peice been able to glean them from many con- Â¬ age 1 Turners Treatment per pack- Â¬ three packages 2 prepaid on flicting reports for it was court day receipt of price Thousandssentcases of dis Â¬ of aud thousands of people were in the city eases mentioned above have been cured are about as follows A clerk was with one package and knowing as we do weighing ou a quantity of gun powder its wonderful curative effects the Treat- Â¬ from a can when the powder ignited ment having beeu ut ed in private practice for from a match with which a man was the over 30 years in St Louis we will give following written guarantee lighting a cigar resulting in an explosion order for 3 boxes accompanied With each by J2 we which shook the very foundations of the will send our written guarantee to refund houses all around and creating a report the money if the Treatment does not effect as loud as a cannon The house was a cure Send monev bv postal note or at Co Sixth filled with occupants both white and our risk Address E L Blake and Market Streets St Louis Mo black and remarkable as it may appear only a dozen or fifteen were even serious- Â¬ ly hurt Several of the parties who were in the house together with a num- Â¬ ber who were crowded on the street without were blown half way across the street a distance of 30 yards oi more The walls of the house which is a frame build- Â¬ ing were torn loose from their foundation BOOWEVILLE and though still standing the house is a total wreck Following is a list of those OWSLEY COUNTY - KENTUCKY who are most seriouslv hurt Byrd Hopper a white boy aged 15 severely burn- Â¬ ed from waist up and both eyes put out he wiil certainly die John T True white married severely burned about A the head and neck is unconscious and there is but little hope of hi3 recovery Bird White aged 22 white very badly A SAWDERS Principal Â¬ fanatic Turners Treatment POSITIVELY CURED Thousands of cases of sick and nervous headache are cured everwear by the use of Mrs Gen HEADACHE SAVE YOTJE MONEY AND BUY YOUE GOODS CHEAP FROM HARD TIMES DOWN GOES THE PRICES We are now receiving another LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK of even variety of Goods to stipoly the demands of all our customers xt Wfceh sale and Eetail which we PROPOSE TO SELL FOE CASfLer excMffc fee Produce and Live Stock We have often tried to establish a trade oa a Cask Mil but have as often failed We have also notified our friend3 and customers of tsW Si Vj A M Corner Mrs Main- NiCKELL and Prestonsburg Sts KY DAYSBQEOUGH KY KENDALL HOUSE WEST LIBERTY E C To the Women Kendall Proprietress w The table is supplied with the best the DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF THE CREDIT SYSTEM and oar latentio te market affords Experience J hand in charts reform our business but little attention has been given to what we have smii of stable Charges reasonable Now we intend to establish upon the ruins of the old credit systeaa a STRICTLY CASH BUSINESS which will enable us to sell you goods T DAY Marshal and Coneral Dotective Cheaper Than You Have Ever Bought Before Nervousness tfAYTOWN KY W in rjnrtieular invite the attention of EIVEB MEN and others j c c which we are Will attend to ferreting out criminals in large stock of CLOTHING DRY GOODS low prices for cash any part of the country and guarantees sat special isfoction in every case where employed To all of our customers having accounts due we most earnestly solicit to coe Orders by mail promptly attended to forward and make settlements You owe it to us to do so as well as to yourselTe as honorable men iM ill We will sell you goods cheaper than you have ever bought them before w can better afford it because we will take no risk on time Respectfully ofkat YiTfclJ IMPORTERS sViSJili OF AND JOBBERS J T F DAY DYSPEPSIA Pmnc AND- - CELESTINA PERFECTION AT LAST jjflSpBslliasy A3D jee LATEST syTipis THIBD HAGS UNION STE3ST3 jts3Bf3QwwfeBfliBPsiwtBT Greatest tail is AUTOMATIC Cincinnati THE JOHN SHiLLiTO COMPANY Wholesale and Retail Dealers in PiWif vxCSMS viJBfcJsSXtHPsBt IMljSsrSHBBHSpSBaBBsr AGENT FOR Musical mst8ments Of the Age CATALOGUES IEEEL BOONEYILLB DRY GOODS CARPETING Eace Seventh George Streets EMILY TRIPP OPERA And dealer in ORGANS aad sU klads o Musical Goods PM 519 Fourth Avenua Louisville Ky Â¬ Cincinnati O Ky oni s n NODYNE -- School for Teachers o W SHIVELY Postoffice Campbellsville WITH W Go Va Aa V S r NT JataWB burned about the facehead and handsbut will probably recover John Martin white seriously burned and badly wound- Miss Nannie Fisher ed by falling timbers Newkirk and Tay- Â¬ lor white both painfully burned and Allie Sanders bruised will recover Jim Derrick col- Â¬ Birdie Sanders ored badly burned and fearfully shocked Â¬ Ainbach Borgunder Oan3ettaXiiw graduate 1S81 1883 1884 17 and 19 Hopkins Place BALTIMORE MD The session of the legislature has been 1 fj I EfS I would not change my native land For rich Peru with all her gold tr I at A nobler prize lies in my hand Than east or western Indies hold We return our sincere thanks to all who have favored us with their patronage In the past and most respectfully solicit a continuance of their aid and the assis Â¬ tance of all others and promise In return for their kindness to give them the best paper In Eastern Kentucky r - If the State of Kentucky is ever bless- Â¬ ed with a new constitution and it Is to he hoped that it may be the number of senators and represenatives should be re- Â¬ duced while the salaries are increased We now have 100 representatives and 33 senators to say nothing of clerks pages a at a cost to the state of about 1500 per diem Now there ought to be 20 Judicial districts two representatives elected at large from each judicial dis Â¬ trict and one senator elected from each congresslonpi district This would make a total of 51 members of the two housed of the general assembly againn 138 as the Jaw now stands The salary for each member should be S per day GENERAL AND CONGRESSIONAL which would cost the state 408 as against 590 which is now paid the mem- Â¬ It is estimated that it will take 14 bers at 15 per day a clear saving of 000000 to rehabilitate the U S navy 282 per day The sassion should be lim- Â¬ Planters along the Mississippi river fear that stream will leave its banks and inundate ited absolutely to 100 days A law of the plantations this kind would not only be a saving of Thos A Edison the celebrated elec- Â¬ about 70000 in legislative expenditures trician and Miss Minx Miller were married Including salaries of members clerks at Akron O Feb 24th The TJ S senate has passed the house pages c c but we would have a bill appropriating 250000 for a monument better set of men as a body than we now to Gen Grant at Washington have and have better legislation Such McJoy who murdered Killett deputy a law would curtail the local legislation marshal of Atlanta Ga has been run down in Cherokee county that state which aow occupies a greater portion of A series of chicken fights commenced that august bodys time and that in at Dallas Texas on Feb 23 The main was dulged in would be of benefit to a larger for 5000 and 500 was bet on many single fights namber of the people Gov Abbot of New Jersey has notified the legislature of that state that the modest The total railway mileage built in VirÂ¬ little sum of 500000 must be raised by ginia since January 1 1881 is 805 miles taxation and its cost including the development Geo A Wardner book keeper shot and improvment of old roads amounts to and dangerously wounded Abbott Lawrence 75000000 Five years ago Eoanoke cashier of the National Exchange bank at was a way station with a population of Milwaukee 00 Now Eoanoke has 6000 inhabi Ella Garvin a society younr lady of taats It has locomotive and car works SL Louis cowhided Henry M-- Snyder who nad insulted her Her brother held him aad a large annual output of coal while ehe whipped him r We hope the capitalists oi Kentucky Some 1200 emploves theMcCormack rill read the above item and then paste reaper works at Chicagoofstruck because of workmen closed it ia their hats Eight here in Wolfe obnoxious and the same McCormackseek for his works 1200 now Bssathitt and Morgan counties there Is terms paAaps tfs times as mnch coal and of United States District Attorney Dick- quality to thu about Eo supposed yet the old oss backs who have I ers and it is as Dicksonassassination was their purpose had prosecuted tMlevelop- it keep their funds them for poligamy Â¬ t and bruised will probably recover Wm Murray colored badly burned and arm broken in two places Lewis Woodford TEACHEE3 CAN ENTEE AT ANY colored seriously burned and badly hurt TIME from falling timbers unknown colored boy badly burned about the face head cut There are several other colored per- Â¬ Third Term commences Jan 27 1886 sons badly hurt but their names could not be obtained Mary Wills escaped un- Â¬ and the Fourth Term commences April 6th 18S6 hurt but is said to be crazy tonight from the shock The house is a low dive and Teachers Terms Third and Fourih has long been an eye sore to the city and Tuition 1000 per Term there is little doubt but that the real e for Catalogue tree cause of most of the destruction was due ma-Â¬ to dynamite or some other infernal chine Dynamite was found concealed I under the foundation of the house about a year ago and it is generally believed tonight that the explosion of the small quantity of gun powder caused a suff- Â¬ icient shock to cause the dynamite to be Much excitement prevails discharged here tonight especially in the negro quarters Has attained a standard of exoellenco whlc admits of no superior Courier Journal The house has re- Â¬ It contains every Improvement thatinventiv fused to grant an appropriation of 3000 genius skill and money can produce to defray the expense of the Kentucky display at the New Orleans exposition Commissioner Soule Smith has worked under many disadvantages in securing the creditable display made by Kentucky and it is discouraging to find his labors so utterly unappreciated The money asked for is not for Mr Smiths personal benefit but to defray expense of collect- Â¬ ing transporting and arranging the dis- Â¬ play and there ought to be public spirit YEAES- enough in the legislature to vote the esohl small sum necessary to that end A re- Â¬ consideration and a better understanding will probably result more favorably These Organs are celebrated for volume quality of tone quick response artistic design bcautyinllnish perfect Breeus Liniment is pronounced by all them the most desirableconstruction making organs for homes used it to bi the greatest rem- Â¬ schools churches lodges societies etc who have edy for rheumatism sprains cuts bruises ESTABLISHED REPUTATION etc Sold by UXEQUAUSD FACULTIES J T F Day Hazel Green SKILLED WOKK3IE3L D D Landsaiv Stillwater BEST MATERIA Cassidy BdBiNSON Campton COMBINED MAKE THIS Th pUla irx woadarftU diaaovery Xo otfeam Me them la i TTttrtd Will pceMtraiy jst oj rallOTS all manner of ditosae Ti laJrTMn t urorxad a box iroxtx toa BgMjtooct oc a mcac tfoac puis Find oat about XHom ana you win always do ihkijguw irea yux a 3T OO Hlaarslrfpaca9iC 9 OK St fre Sold eTar rwfaare oreni oy mll for Sheridans Condition m m Po srder la absolutely pare and hlrhly oonmatrted a una ounce is worta pound of any other land It Is strictly a modUilne to dc pvren vnm idoo Sold every where or sent by nail for 5 Six oeaa by express prepaid for S50O i PARSONS ara w BLOOD MAKS xic PILLS aitJaae Ia aolBfpg DtIbJOj0 Seuuz cstMbr rlU a LX lUt JC Xt An Trwrtfe THE BEST boon ever bestowed upon man Is perfect health and the true way to insure health Is to purify your blood with Ayera Sarsa parllla Mrs Eliza A Clough 34 Arling Â¬ Every ton st Lowell Mass writes winter and spring my family including inyielf use several bottles of Ayeit Sar saparilla Experience has convinced m a powerful that isi RWiaelisiri 8 le TrCf4 zre i olrss4 of JLa MU Jj ioj J02CW2O lt fcy asatuai A CO IrraLaii Saw Mill for Sale I have a saw mill which I wishto sell in Â¬ cluding a 10 TEN HORSE ENGINE The saws are 52 and 30 inches respectively The large is the DISTON CFISSEL BIT and the Mill a No 1 STANDARD GARR CO SCOTT Address Hazel Green Academy HAZEL GREEN KY again secured the services of ProC N B HAYS and the third term will commence AUGUST 31ST 1S85 and continue ten CIO PWri CH GA u The Trustees of thfe institution bare COTTA OROA Blood purifier It Is very much superior to any All other preparation of Sarsaparllla persons of scrofulous or consumptive ten- Â¬ dencies and especially delicate children are sure to be greatly benefited by Its use J W Starr Laconla Iowa writes For years I was troubled with Scrofu- Â¬ lous complaints I tried several different preparations which did mo little If any good Two bottles of Ayers Sarsapa Â¬ rllla effected a complete cure It is my opinion thi this medicine is the best blood months Eazel Green is th most desirable loca- Â¬ tion ia the mountains of Eastern Kentucky W DEJ ARNETT J and noted for the advantages it has in Sunday-schools P O Box 502 churches temperance society Paeis Ky and health Thi3 school presents advantages whick arc not equalled in the State in many par Â¬ ticulars and its future Is destined to work IIAZEL GREEN KY good to our country which will be felt Terms reasonable for both tuition aad Stands at the head of Low Prices with evÂ¬ beard For terms cy apply to erything you want in Prof N B HAYS Principal- - F McGXJIRE Boots Shoes Hats Clothing i DRY GOODS LT0TI0STS GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGS FLOUR BACON ic The money is what I want and I will give MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH than any other house in town Country produce taken in exchange for F McGUIRE goods Purifier C E Upton Nashua N HM of the day writes For a number of years I was troubled with a humor In my eyes and unable to obtain relief until I com- Â¬ menced UMng Ayers Sariuparllla I have taken several bottles am greatly bene- Â¬ fited and believe It to be tbe best of blood K Harris Crcel City Ramsey purifiers Co Dakota writes J I have been an intense sufferer with Dyspepsia for the past three yean Six months ago I began to use Your Hair houid be yonr crownlsg glory Ayers Hair Vigor will restore tha vitality asd color ot youth to hair that has beco thin and faded and where the glasdoi ar not decayed or absorbed will caase a mw growth on bald heads the youthful color aad Trfjror J iitx X of the hair be preserved to oM age Read the following from 3rs G Norton Somerville Mass I have used Ayers Hair Vigor far the past 30 years and although I asn upwards of 40 ay hair Is as abundant and gloisy to day a when I was 25 assured that trial of Blji Vigor will convince AyeraofHair yon It llHyaWBial The POLICE GAZETTE will be mailed securely wrapped to any address in the United States for three months on receipt of ONE DOLLAR Liberal disconnt allowed to postmaslers agents and clubs Ssiraple copies mailed free Address all orders to RICHARD K FOX Fraxklix Square N Y 3100 13 WEEKS o SLOO r r The govenor vetoed the bill on the ground of its unconstitutionality An eilbrt to pass the bill the govenors objetions to the contrary notwithstanding will be made but as a two thirds affirmative vote is necessry to do this it will most probably fail pleuro-pneu-moi- a Â¬ mi FOPULAB OEOEAH Instruction Books and Piano Stools tttlogues and Prico Lists on application CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGAN CO CHICAGO rasa It It arsaparilla has effected an entire cure and I am now as well as ever Sold by all Druggists ATESS The Celebrated 1 1 B E powers ft Iitia i E 3 1 r a B J writes N Uiil u T OTP all enlargements on horses or other stock No cure no pay Sold by J T F Day Hazel Green D D Laxdsaav Stillwater Cassidy Eobinson Campton now confined within the walla of the prison 480 convicts while 528 are work- Â¬ ing on pikes and in coal mines and 132 are engaged on the branch prison at Eddy ville The total number of convicts is 1140 The warden estimates the an- Â¬ nual cost per convict for keeping them at 8205 Breens Liniment removes knots and Randolph and Ann Sts Mrs M JL Goff LeadvUJe CaLr Two years ago xay hair haTlsg almost entirely fallen cut I commenced the use of Ayera Hair Vigor To day my hair Is 29 Inches long fins aCroa healthy s4 W N HALDBMAN PrMidsat of th Qrcat LOUISVILLE C0URIER J0URKAL CO Tails Whst Ha Xobwi of Price 1 Six bottles 5 SCHOOL DESK RENEWED S Williamson Prepared by Dr J C Mass Ayer Co Lowll TJ S A Ayera Hair Vigor the hair regaa ks youthful color aad vitality Jtey X E Davidson College HeckJea C wriwa I ferre Ayers Hair Vigor for the kat te yaarsl It is an excelleat prservatlve the use of Ayern Hate VIgr Ge O A Dadman Waterloo 3f o ia4 his hair restored to its orlgisal beakhy condltloa He was nearly bald aad Tery gray He writes Oaly four Utifec the Vigor were required to rcatora aiy Warden South reports that there are LYTLE DEALERS CO IN BHSssCBsURHsssssssssr burg Co N wi WINTEBSMITHS nw CHILL CURE Dr jytnUrttnUk Orrfcx e- i tkx Cobxikb Jocxmxl Lsrawia Breens Liniment is certainly the best Sir I waire x rale I have oVecrrtd for conbination of remedies for cornsneural Mav years the ralue of your remedy prortpt I know in reply to me giapains in the back and side etcever of kyonr to say Cure Th eyour requsst what of its private assurances Chill produced i 6 H N tn n nri vinnn n r A 96 Pearl St CINCINNATI W KITE AiUUWj manufactured by tha hair to its youthful color aad rwantftj J T D D Cassidy F Day Hazel Green Laxdsaw Stillwater Eobinsox Campton P EOGEES WITH SHIPLEY DOISY 1 CO fDRl06DSn r Cor 4th and Elm Streets CINCINNATI j nowseveral months they have entirely disappeared From the opportunity I haye had to judge 1 do not belief that your Chill Core hesitate to express is a valuable specific and perforsas all you promise Very respectfully for it W K HALDKMA2L of its effects I it eredith who far more obitrved oa Mr R haa fifteen y oars has heca foreman cf ay ofSce induced me to test it in my fuaHy Th results The first case was nave been entirely satisfactory of two years standing ia which I believe every known roaedy had been tried wiih temporary reÂ¬ lief the chills returning periodically aad seemingly Your cure broke them at with increased severity oaeeaad there has been no recurrence cf them fsr more than sir months The other case was of a milder forai and yielded more readily to other remedies Vut tho chills would return at intervals catil your medicine was used since which tuae tiad 5ccy I had and the rood results W O DEAN POLLARD Sidney School Furniture Go Jonx Loughlin Sole Proprietor SIDNEY OHIO This Desk has been Adopted in Kearly All the Leading Schools of the Country the scalp my head wm covered whk ut druff and the hair dry aad harsa Ayers Hair Vigor gave me Immediate reHs cleansed the scalp aad readsred ta feafe soft and pllable TTQTTsjn AyersHairYsorcBredta UOAHCr eases ot tie seal TK Foster Princeton IaLr writes I aad been troubled for years wha a dfoooie f Importers and Jobbers Ayers Hair Vigor rJ C -- ATH C 5 T at J HAZEL GREEN T PIEBATT KY Queensware Glassware W cor Pearl and Walnut 1625000 NOW IN USE liquid Aysr PSJTfAJtSS XT Ca LewtA 3Ca c O Globes Registers Dictionary Holders Maps Map Cases Numeral Frames Charts Dictionaries Anatomical Models Bells Crayon Microscopes And everything needed in a school room ar Wnte us for complete catalogue Ad Â¬ dress TersalbyaUIrf Erasers Slatin Blackboards E af my alrijericr - OHIO Tools Buggies and Wagons Horse Shqeing will receive especial attcn tioji LACKSMITH iflfakes and repairs all kinds of Farming Cincinnati BUY Src BLACKSMITH MAYTOWN KYr Wagons c Makes pfews Safiafactfoa gaafanted w all caw J BOGEES your paper envelopes ink pens Sidney School nOly Fumitun HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTT Will repair Farwiuj TotjJa lgftav Company at THpHEKALP office SIpNEY OHJO Jtv i 41 c t ajSgwaA iU jSfc s t Wt a -i i jhwxitikkf afl -- jsSksM t Hiram Hogg of Booneville US depuÂ¬ ty collector is in town CAuptox Feb 27 G T Center has David Williams of Campton was here ST ALICE AM1X made a valuable improvement to his mill HAZEL CREEK KY this place bv adding a first clas this week buying furs at TTEDNESDAY MARCH 3 1886 A few short years ago my friends planer to it M V Potts put up the Willie Spencer is yet very low but is a reHaemoer well Si planing machine and is operating iL improving jXntagiect Some of the mechanics saw the ma-Â¬ R R Smith is moving to Troublesome a e chinery at work this week and they pro- Â¬ creek ier inch urn inseriisa-- nd 25 No colleee graced oar mountain town va4t jatlsch each subseqaent insertion With gt eiuuig auirc au grand posed to sell their tools at half price it structure was a theme unsung taid they had no use for lack smoothing Drain pipe of all sizes and shapes can be By ourmU feeble band TIMETABLE and groove plains Mr Potts comes to found at B F Bidd ells Main street Mt this place well recommended and is the Sterling Swik Atiistic Railway Oar school house wi mTl flrir Ak mnnv faAVAi mawa right man in the right place Mr Cen 9t4Arl4ier2Hjinates slower than u Our children j in Memorlam then could not attain ter and Prof Smaflev of Ironto Ohio feterling time Mrs Jane Combs was born six miles have entered into obligations to put up lirTA ITVlr1 AAmtllAIIP t Staling at 7 A TOa arrives i n Ati a carding machine at this place What Ilentucky November 25th 1835 She was at Roihwell at S40 A it- That X 1 letTfcc Tlothwell at 9 a x arrives at Could enenrv and will jTavlor will do next we know not We the daughter of Washington and Sallie j deck our mountain homes around Xt Sterliag at 1050 J n onfv know that he has done more to im Combs who emigrated from Virginia at With more improvements still 1 leaves Mt Sterling at 140 p j r- prove the town of Campton than any five an early date She was married to William riv at Roth well at 320 y 34 But through the gloom there burst a rar Combs the present jailer of Breathitt counmen who have ever lived in the place Xo 4 leaves Rothwell at 3 15 p sl arrive Of sunshine oh so clear ty August 2Sth 1S51 The newly wedded vcompliance with an act of the leg pair immtdiately began housekeeping in at ML Ste liu2 at 530 p T7 It pierced the hearts of dormant ones kr ji waaTC xi ii overling with IUOojl I And chased nwv their fpsr islature incorporating a nign scnooi at Jackson where the husband had located 3L aad 157 P M- - trains on C O railway Then drop by drop we quafled the draughts Campion the trustees met on the 26th the previous year and there they lived in j er jjcxineion Cincinnati and Louisville VI IUUIIiUVU Ullllill inet and elected the following officers Mt Sterling with 11 Ai a For well we knew asleeD nrofoimd Je S S Combs permanent chairman J C death severed the bond that had so long X train on C O from the East and 13b Could not retain the lighL was Lykins secretary and G T Center bound them together Her last illness dur- P M train from Louisville and protracted through many weary months m r W dd m0rt treasurer The following eommitee was mg which she was not able to lie down day Montgomery davsSal i Qar buildmes to construct v appointed to locate a site for the build- Â¬ or night her disease being of the heart and iouaay in cacil tu j i vllvuintiiuuiicu aoatn at 70 A iU arrivinff at Mt Sttrlin- - A Which notiiiu dare luc ttMrpnsc ing J C Lykins C C Willi ma and a prostrate position produced a smothering r obstruct at 9 a Iteturning --leaves Mt- - Sterling j And this onr recompense will A J Asbury Said committee is to re-Â¬ sensation But a more patient uncomplainbe xt 3 P x xrririug at Bothwell at 4J20 P yL port their acta on the 5th dav of March ing sufferer never felt the power of affliction or an that wc done tname that livesharememory green 1eaTea Hothwell for Mi Sterltn at 5 P n Ndt a murmur escaped her lips She was 1886 A in GEO B HABP B Supt the mother of 10 children nine of whom Endeared to everv one Miss Emma Elkins of Lane is taking survive her the other one the wile of Bev music lessons under Mrs Ella Hall Miss J II Hager of the Miss uri conference your paper has J it before yonr name a cross martEmma is progessing finely in the study having died almost 15 years before her mothronr subscrin- r i er They all live in Breathitt county exof the science of music ton igver due and you will oblige us j mirmnv WEn i k wife of Air S B Smith assess6r of aCC- L C Wells was in town yesterday cept the Wolfe county ilrs Combs was a woman of UCI7 0ttr- cburchM now are numbered three rrcrOM mark IS after thp nnm i representing the house of Wm H Ful sterling worth Her virtues shone in all the Zl abscntion for last Tear has ermred A tin I a5i uliiui aiaoaumenia io us lerton dealer in hats caps c Ghilli relations of life As a wife she was gentle diTTn iV 4fl Of glorv and renown faithful and true The solemn tow taken at cothe Ohio Saekum ew by sending L00 immediately X 1 JLAZjifcU TT it WWrr f3T T7wvr TT raT a Yw AKwhi Arace llPftALd i c r - w vriue nc JorTSE ILexald - - UGRESS OF HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY C E WILLMOT The Water of Life for Afflicted Humanity IBON IS KING These seringa are leeaie4 tkree urtsei ieatifel tawa e Saad Green Tha water eoawlaa a c entage of iron tfca ajrr other wsterlaHiri hence it is the most valuable i e ear of Cash Dry Goods Store WHOLESALE AND RETAIL V 79 v j J i MisfyMi 5 i Â¬ We are anxious to sell Our Goods and will make our prices right Orders filled promptly and carefully We liaVe B biff driVe ill B BOX tOe BOOt at 350 extra good Come and see me of amUe maie Irc y HJIt -- 3SK1b 7k k i Â¬ ro - t- - rIn c E WILLMOT Successors to HANLY Reese Building MT STERLING KY Sectat 17 - iiT -- 1 - -- uwcu JUDY OLDHAM JUDY DEALERS IX- - Â¬ Mount Sterling Ky Swango Springs Freelv do I give all ikk time and money spent there lor the and strength I now enjoy A gentleman of Illinois savs I thiak tke water of Swango Springs did ae more zoed CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SUS DISEASES SCROFULA CAÂ¬ TARRH RHEUMATISM 2SEURALGIA NERÂ¬ C VOUSNESS We append a few of the hasdreis f te timonials which have beea teadered u t the efficacy of this water in disease One lady writes I am so thanfal ta titr Great Giver of all Blessing tint I trk4 disease teed intersallv Amonsr the xaasv dweasaa refciesi is heir to and forwhteh this etkrfhl water to be a positive smi cure are the followiwr 4rextrBn Ak fan - hltk I than all the nostrums I have ever tried - 9JI UgJ i7ti -- ij Â¬ Â¬ I Hardware Queensware Stoves Grates Plows c Sole Agents for the World Renowned P L Beese Mt Sterling Xyr Mrs I t Uncle Remus is not going to allow his niece to be imposed upon so Encore Born to the Tvife of Jerrv Profut had better lookout It seems that he is Feb 26th a dauglitcr Emma E actinc jrround hojr all the time as he has not appeared before the public but Born March 1st to the wife of A C once Swaugo a son weight 12 pounds Wal The commissioners chosen by James ter Lenox M Ely administrator of W B Ely de ceased made an attempt to divide the Henry F Pieratt of this place has j land on the 26th but did not give satis- Â¬ jx3ccepted a temporary position with J T faction So it will have to be divided F Day and is now riding for them according to law Frank Vaucleave accidentally split his The little son of Wm Lawson had his loot very badly with an ax a lew days thigh accidentally broken last Saturday ago while working at some palings for His horje ran away and threw him James H Vest He seems to be doing Ajainst a fence very well and will soon be able to be out again Canada little writes us from Axnolds vilJe Mo to send The Hekald to him James H Vest and wife and son Da- Â¬ vid J Vest and Mrs Angeline Ely will t St Joseph Mo as that will hereafter The competition force pump has no supe- Â¬ go on a visit to Quicksand today and he his postoffice address r rior also chain and suction pumps always wiI be absent several days Granville Evans writes from Campton in stock at B F BlDDELLS Mt Sterling Hog cholera has put in its appearance 1- that his wife killed a chicken and found in this vicinitv J H Vest has some TWO FACTIONS AT WAR a 10 cent piece in its gizzard He says hogs sick the women of that section are killing off Harlan and Bell County Fights inst to fcf Born On the 17thson Groverthe wife Louisville Commercial all the old hens now Cleve James Wadkins a More blood is flowing in Harlau and land Carlisle Mercury Eugene Lawson of Bell counties Tney have remained quiet George Hatton who is sick is still in Headquarters who was shot by Williams longer than usual since the visit of Gen bad condition Uxcle Remus in Menifee county some time since is Castleman last spring and his threat to Â¬ send the militia up there if they did not getting along fine and will be able to at If you want a good job of tin copper or behave better 2s ow however tardy ru- Â¬ tend court tHere in March sheet iron work call on B F BlDDELL mors come of more slaughter in those Main street Mt Sterling Ky Married On Thursday February 25th blood stained districts Some days ago f Wat the residence of the brides father Jack Little James Little Jr Sherman MORGAN COUNTY i Thomas Hieronymus in Lee county Farmer and Buell Farmer on one side Dillard Bradley of Wolfe county to and Kobertand Britain Hall on the other Liberty Feb 27 Sam Salyr Miss Nannie Hieronvmus met at Martins Fork near Harlan court and Henry Cox of this place who are at Â¬ house and engaged in a little battle in tending Hazel Green academy are in It is expected by thos who ought to which Kobert Hall was killed The sur- Â¬ our midst They are delighted with tnqw that we will have a large number vivors gave themselves up and were Hazel Green and its good people also with of buyers here from below on our next taken to Mt Pleasant for their examin- Â¬ the academy And iudging from their regular stock sale day Wednesday March ing trials conversation we are led to believe that Later Nathan H Hall uncle of Rob- Â¬ they are struck on a certain Belle of 10th Dont forget the day ert and Britain Hall quarreled with the that place Lookout girls who sometime since with Â¬ father of the Little boys Simpson Little Mr Sutton The city school at this place under drew from the Beatty ville Enterprise has and shots being exchanged Hall was the auspices of Jfrof J M Downing is again mounted the tripod aud will killed All these parties were admitted progressing finely Several studentsf rom loubtless greatly inprove its typographi Â¬ to bail in the aggregate sum of 39000 a distance are attending Among them cal appearance and infuse new life into The Turner and Howard factions are we mention Miss Dora Lacy of White also said tobe in arms These gentlemen Oak and Smith Elam of Caney its local columns are old and well known warriors their filled Elder D G Hev T Pieratt will preach at the names havingfigured in many accounts appointment atCombs of Ezel church his the Christian at old Grassy church on Saturday before of bloody frays in Harlan There are this place Saturday and Sunday His 50 well armed men on each the second Sunday in this month at 2 now about text Saturday oclock P if and Sunday at 11 A M side and they are preparing to put an and sell it not nicht was Buy the truth Prov chap 23 verse 23 and at the Sol Long school heuse on Sat Â¬ eternal quietus on the feud by the deWe are glad to hear of the marriage of struction of one faction or the other urday night On the 10th ult young William Lane Mr Taylor Whaley and Miss Francis David Morse of this place has been and a boy were passing along the road Trimbie May their lives be one of sun- Â¬ called to Carter county to tune a half on Yellow creefc near Pineville Bell shine and no shadow ever cross their dozen pianos Inasmuch as several of county when they were fired upon by pathway through the journey of life the towns closer possess piano tuners parties in ambush The first volley Leslie Swetnam of Maytcwn returned it is quite complimentary to Mr Morses missed its mark and Gordon Turner one home Monday from a visit to this place of the ambushers stepping out from his Leslie is quite a favorite with all our skill and he appreciates iL place of concealement was immediately people especially with our young folks Green T Little of Hutchins Texas ind neatly shot dead by Mr Lane who and the trundle bed society sends us a dollar for a years subscription was in turn artistically perforated with The Herald is a welcome visitor to and writes I do not want to see a cross bullets by another volley from Turners your correspondent and its arrival is mark on my paper either before or after concealed friends Lanes father was hailed with great pleasure May its W e regret that we have not killed about 20 years ago and it is said my name shadow never grow less and may it live the man who killed him was present at long and prosper space for his entire letter the murder of his son This man is Jack Minnie Downing and John Aletter from Judge Caleb Ma3 Towle Turner who rich aud popular seems to JLora B Phipps very in wun pneumo- Â¬ rnmips are Dakota territory is unavoidably crowded enjoy a sort of autocratic privilege to out of this issue A poem on the State deprive men of their lives whenever they nia fever Also Mrs W M Kendall is very sick of Arkansaw written by James M happen to displease him in any way T Xickell is also left over but will appear It is not yet known whether any of bBorn To the wife of J the Carter on wife of F the 14th inst a girl To these parties have been apprehended as soon as we can make room for it which the present kill Â¬ M Moore on the 19th inst a girl Pineville near George Kelsey engineer of Burnss John C M Day the good looking ing occurred is the same peaceful little postmaster of Hargis in Breathitt coun- Â¬ village in which Any Johnson last May mill contemplates moving to Farmers ty spent Saturday and Sunda in Hazel killed Josiah Hoskins his little daughter this week or next Green visiting his brother J T Day and an another man as they were return Â¬ IK W C Kendall Cousin Pomp spent and he did ot forget to bring us a good ing from church in a spring wagon several days in Rowan last week buying list of subscribers for which he has our Johnson was hid behind a house and and selling timber when they came up stepped out and shot thanks W Kendall W W McGuire and them down This man was admitted to returned from a business J trip to More The initial number of the Crawford bail by the able and fearless judge of Mc that circuit and has not yet been brought head Monday Yeoman published by Spencer Rev J R Kendall of Hazel Green Otiiun at Crawford Texas has been re to trial If he is pyer broughtinto court ceived and entered upon our exchange i for final trial he will probably either be paid a flying visit to our town a few list It is a six column folio neatly acquitted or allowed to go free by con- Â¬ davs ago printed and well edited Mr McQuinn tinuances which will eventually kill the K Born To the wife of CoL J P Salyer Howdy Uncle on the ISth inst a girl is a brother of John McQuinn of this case county and formerly lived here himself Sam The Mitchell Wagon for sale at S S M Hon J W Perry of Owen county To poison a well is one of the worst Gxitskiixs Mt Sterling PtiiJ nnr fvin n rie loof waoV f crimes It is worse to poison the Miss Anna Kendall is visiting friends PERSONAL fountain of life for ones self and for posand relatives at Martinsburg terity- Often by carlessnessor misfortune J Miles Lyttle and wife visited Uncle The whooping cough is raging in West or inheritance this has been done Ayers Harry Little on Gillmore last week Liberty Cricket Sarsaparilla goes back of the symptoms L T Chiles of the firm of Chiles picks up these impure seeds from the Thompson Co Mt Sterling was in Beat Patent Flour Shipstuffs Salt Seed lood the vital stream and restores ap Â¬ town iast week c for sale at S S Gaitskills Mt Ster-petite strength and health Bob Nunnelly representing the firm ling Co wholesale sad of Dunlap Bros Asbury James son of S P James and BREATHITT COUNTY dlerv was in town Monday Miss Mary Edwards daughter of D W M-- Kash F N 2Tjlceso- John Feb 26 The library of Edwardswere married at the residence Day and H Evans J W J Wallace of this place Jackson academy which already num Â¬ on Wednesday night of the brides father court Campton Monday bers 500 volumesis soon to have a valu- Â¬ the 24th day of February Bev D H attendedEmma at Kash who is ataading able addition Mrs Sarah B Cross of Miss Fallen officiating The groom is a steady school at Frenchburg spent Saturday Industrious young farmer and ihe bride and Sunday with her parents at this Hampton college Louisville i3 collect- Â¬ ing a large number ot volumes at Wood one of the prettiest brunettes in Keh place tuckv In their realization of loves N Mrs G B Swango has been presentÂ¬ Bros 55S 4th avenue and as soon as voung dream thev have the good wishes ed with one of the handsomest Bibles we 1000 volumes are collected they will be of The Hetau and all who know them have ever seen It was a gift from her shipped to this place vCThe trustees of Jackson academy met Mav their married life he a happy one husband yesterday and made a call for the pay- MTv and no jars but those filled with sweet TU mri nf TWW vivo meats ever end the way to their happy ssnds us a dollar for The Herald for menfc of the first installment of the sub- home this vear and wishes to be remembered senpuou lor me uuuuiug The Christmas presents donated by The opening article in the Southern to her friends here Henrv Cox of est the First Presbyterian church at Lexing Sam Salver and berty students of Hazel Green acade- - ton have arrived and are being distri- Â¬ of series or Louisville It is the first a visit to buted by Bro Cooper f three and the Kentuckv resolutions my left Saturday night for friends Rev Sam H Patrick has retuned from of 179S and 1799 Colonel Durett gives a jhorne andLuanda and Lime Kash of Misses Vanceburg where he has been assisting political situation m short sketch of the friends and order to make clear the signifi- - Frenclibure were vwng week They Rev W X Stamper in a protracted Hazel Green last meeting relatives cance of these famous declarations and returned in home Monday S- - H statement with s eopy of Hurst of Frozen creek sold Wlows this hv Mr Jef- - Rollin Kash who is attending Camp-- ate -v four head of feeding flB to Gog - j Lvk- - tTo bnrps made ton high school pent Saturday and Sun foj U5 a fac day with his parents here He reports B F French county attorney of Per-I TWVinrid J iTublished about 90 scholars is attenaance there LTtC Z I county passed through town en route i simile in mewfj Kentucky lerislatarerMrsMaryulter noisvisiungiier rWpd nd jto Uanspton who has Caskev --r ttrm rnrrr t these documents is a fac sister Wr W i T 1ner 1ucu and v 4uuee T TrViTkwvrt 3 1 hAma a wiw w tuux a- - T2firir hoc ornrfli aVm wvMrx tf hoAn fnnnnn ti t r l iur tuvi i He hsBeeQ on a trip to Frankfort with ik- aligatlr reaucew gtate uQW d jLJmliex bv Je improved -- LOCAL NEWS o And to our springs great scores have come Uut can t exnaast the vein Its properties prolong the life And banishes all pain A handsome hotel marks the spot Where invalids in grief Mar drink its waters clear and sweet Which surely brings relief But ah well not forget I trow To bless our truest friend If you would kuosr our wealth unfeund Oh for The Herald send In every line thers gleams a gem Of literature so bright It gives the news both far and near Yes tis our beacon lhxht Now wc are on the road to fame But shall we reach the goal If perseverence still prevails Well sip th golden bowl Our barque is floating down the tide All clothed in silver sheen The brightest port to us on earth Is dear old Hazel Green Gillmoee Feb 27 2o Garkey - the marriage alter to obey him serve him love honor and keep him in sickness and in health and forsaking all others to keep her onlv unto him so long as they both God bless should live was sacredly kept vour precious soul fell upon his ear from her dying lips In her family government she was kind but firm She endeavered to train her children to love and practice vir- Â¬ tue From their birth to her dying hour she advised reproved or rebuked as occa sion required with all the tenderness and earnestness of a loving paternal heart Her children will carry her admonitions to their graves thev can never forget them The only sad reflection she had in her last hours was the fear that some of her family might be lost Her home was a hotel from the day she began housekeeping until death This with the rearing of a large family made her life one of labor Industry mark- Â¬ ed every hour of her existence Her posi- Â¬ tion as landlady gave her a very extensive ncquaitance She was perhaps more widely known than any other womau in the coun- Â¬ ty At her home a generous and bountiful hospitality was dispensed Her friends were always welcome while the hungry never went away unfed She was received into the Methodist Church bv Bev V B Daugh etee October 23rd 1833 hut for several years previous she had professed faith in Christ Her death was a glorious christian triumph Perfect love had cast out all fear Though light and shadow had been mingled in her life in death all was brightness and glory She was laid to rest in the family burying ground there to wait the resurrection to glory honor and immortality Husband and children let us meet her J J D TENNESSEE WAGONS Hinkle wV rliiV TT r TiV 411UW4ilIVWililAl Ky A large hotel is now beng built whiek will afford ample accommodation to visitors For further information in regard to board HARBISON SWANGO 4c address HVusel Green Ky Or this ofice F M F Mfiiafcl The Best and Cheapest Wagon on Wheels Aydelottey The Trade of Wolfe and adjoining counties is McCord respectfully solicited WHOLESALE The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Boots Herbs and Barks Except Ginseng Ifo 613 Wist MAix Srxjarr WH GILLIS HATTERS LOUISVILLE KY j T BREEN SON B E BOBEHTS WITH Importers I Wholesale Druggists Main Street Mt Sterling Ey Carter Bros WHOLESALE 1 Co Dry Coods and Notions John A Carterj 1 729 731 and 735 James G Carter D A Forline HIAIN STREET Jo- - C Bethel LOUISVILLE XT J G Carter Jr S Ac WiI buy Wool S S GaITSKILL Ginseng Hides Bags Mt Sterliug rUr Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well lected Stock of t m BAUM Nfl 1 mS J CRJLTJJOX JA3 a BHnTmcw oxrrar se- Â¬ GRAUMAH SHUTTLEWORTH kw J Which h4 sells Wholesale and Retail as Cheap mWTTTNv IS WARRANTED to cure Fever and as they can be bought in the State UiiVilAHlUj Ague Intermittent or Chill Fever 605 W Mat Stztet Utent Fever Dumb Ague Bilious Fever Dengue or Break bone Fever Liver G ive him a call and be convinced that you I0UISYILLX XY Complaint and all diseases arising from Malaria poisons can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else BOB NUNNELLY Harpers S C July 9 IS84 17TTH For eighteen months I suf you may go ered with Chills and Fever COt DTJNLAPBSOS having Chills every other day Be- Ague Gum AYERS il - Manufacturers and Jobbers of liWW II J J J ill 2 IS Â¬ After trying various remedies recommendsd to cure used a bottle of Ayers Ague Cure and have never since had a chill JEDWIJf EARPER I HN W JONES DEALER IN Dr J PREPARED BT Co Lowell C Ayer Id by all Druggists watcnes a Xrus NO 10 MAIN STREET Jim - argest Stock of Clocks a - WHOLESALE B Dunlap SADDLERY XauHfaetvrarc of mm - L Dunlap W G Barrett Saddles Hanww and dealara i Saddlery Hardware LOUiaVILUC KY 5 728 MT STERLING KY and 730 W Main St in wKSsBmSk CLOCKS FROM ONE One Day Clock strike Eight Day Clock and Album Eight Day Clock SOLID SILVER WATCHES Silver Plated Spoons 100 DOLLAR UP Eastern Kentucky - DOLL 200 GEORGE WITH 3 75 3 75 9 00 1 Rosenberg 00 SfParticular attention paid to Bepairing N H TRIMBLE Call and see mv goods Succauors to Rosenberg Nathan tar 8th On iFliaw I JOHN W JONES ROBT H TRIMBLE WHOLESALE THIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS IN BOOTS AND SH0E 712 ajkd 714 South Sids Maix LOUISVILLE KX Btt 7th SMOCK WITH JH Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Davis We are in the market for Eurs Hides and Sheep Pelts and solicit consignments We also buy Feathers Wool Beeswax Tallow Ginseng Eggs and Poultry Write for Price List on Eurs and General Produce Â¬ Powder Field and Garden la Seeds Mt Sterling Ky DB1T GOODS They carry the largest stock and NOTIONS do the largest business of any And Eancy Goods West 3ain Street house in Mt Sterling Wholesale Dealers Mallory Co ESTABLISHED IN 1845 715 and 717 Between 7th and Stk LOUISVILLE KY The Leading Insurance Agency Royal of Liverpool 31000000 00 1S61 London and Lancashire Liverpool and London of Liverpool and Globe of England 36875000 00 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cheapest Insurers should select their companies as they would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds in trust Look to quality as tha JL HOFFU AJT paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully Offktb At Traders and Deposit Bank A and 726 3Iain Street Betwe 7th xad si LOUISVILLE KY HATS CAPS GLOVES Co W S Dickinson The Old Reliable G B SWANGO DEALSE IX HAT HOUSE Corner Pearl and Vine CiacisMJi wtL here express their thanks for pstiwn all their old customers aad still ask a con Â¬ tinuance of their trade We always keep a gadatoelSBd TJeJ Jira Fant with his coo loek irM at a3L times be ready to wait upoa jmi B GREEN fc Sievsrs Garson Hardware Go GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY X2EP8 COKSTAinXT GS HAXD X TUIX JLSSOSTXEXT OT imia r 637 W Main Street KY VS5 - LOUISVILLE ifTL trttl Mnrfrnr gS 1 r wtd i it ebane tyleb BLACKSMITH - - - ilw -- - HAZEL GREEN KY In fact eTenrthintr usually kept in a first class eountrr store and at BOTTOH PRICES THorse Shoeing a Specialty Buggies Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt dae all kinds of wagons and all kinds of Farm Tools xoada Country Produce and live Stock of eyery description and repaired in the best manner i Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ ies Stoves and Farming implements a PD TFXTX TfHITE G1EE5 V HrjWAOJt Wfcoleecle Iteafecs ia litr J aI Boots jand V 1S hoes lovmxjex xr -- HsJaker 4C - V5 -v ga3afeiajairy 4 wiamflnH uusj4 af Z n GfSS Basel Geeen Hebald Srjrr yg -- Thetatter then said Charlotte with an enchanting smile arJHPOBR QOCWSS And your balls and operas think of the sacrifice I said - JPEffTP KAIKi ff Farewell for a time she cried 3 tossing her muff on the table Beede turned again from the window THE ABANDONED HORSE Then I shall not escort you home t Y mJ A4piU frm 2tc wj to morrow Tea No you will return alone and re- Â¬ if wit tfee 4Je adshotfetHs ibMou from tfeeeamp he fell lsae port at my fathers house Ami Use w Wp fi4 tfce spar were bo t5i useless Will return You are imperative Mti wftntofs vce callig- bis sme Jvst retarntng to csssp you do not know but I have decided to Twh a wtvalrybeoeat e ere ride imH Tbaa almndrd sites wearisome Jouraey a stay1 yarty aambered a aore exclaimed Charlotte Stay here X Stjrtfecc the feere eeld be drives be who stood before the little mirror ar-Â¬ Tell it in Gath ranging her hair nraot tee abandoae toto tot 373kte4r tbe eeays profit was to be dis- - PiibliiIi it in Akeloni The daughters patcbed by a sfeot kj R ctar fcFnuated la alienee revolver of Boston will mourn for Keede Stan- Â¬ trew treabliaf ly Jerin iels ha taken flight FsjrtJt back leeei the bridle and saddle and In that case said Keede with his to the north raed to tbe hand on the door in that case it fol- Â¬ the bsare aeltl y wiaaied re lows that the daughters of this village PesrJw assaomest from pain lieved far a As4 he lotted the dropighead gently aad will rejoice He bowed to me with a rare impu- Â¬ saaeetfeeaWB tbeioa tangled mane OM Jim we have Tonbed it together to- - dent grace and went out zetfeer braved sun streke aad cold Charlotte had seen the look and the We feTe Wasted and fasted together been eewa4ee where c8jbhoeb booms rolled bow and glanced at me to see its ef- Â¬ 111 a et trow a sfeex would save yon Id fect I could not help smiling as our taee to tbo blow bow y eyes met Jim lee leg jjladly go V l yewralf elare orletaiy right arm to save What do you think of him she lie fctee takea tbe trappings off eently and asked fe4 Tery handsome and quite killing in fere brijentened upin relief a orders bye Jim old fellow ae the latter and forevw fxateful ivtvz tell I shall be r -- - atf Â¬ Ge et If like a sarderiag thief I i- - Be asfeea wKk ale coat sleeve tbe moisture tfeat was blinding lite eight Tbe roj were far off In tbe distance and swiftly was gathering the night Oae mere be raised the revolver God 1ardos me It must be done A Afea report and his comrade be saw 4rp to earth like a stone He turacd and flod campwnrd in angnlan He could not look back to the spot Where tbe one who bad borne btin so often lay dying from his final shot The poor beast lay stunned a few moments then raised bis head tortured with pain What means It Alone and unsaddled lie struggled his feet to regain Aad easing about him he wondered who is H has done him this harm Skook bis bead from bis nostrils all bleed Â¬ ing blew forth a wild note of alarm la the enemys country abandoned Ah now he remembers it all Ho was lame and his rider dismounted ca Tfseod him What then Bid he fall Shofaewaby some bidden guerilla With eyas flashing wildlv with pain He seeks by the road for his master Aban Â¬ doned t The search was in vain But he Jcnows this road well torso often each bridge and each turn he has seen lie will back to the camp ere death takes him that long darkened miles intervene He serves for one last freshened effort Halt calls out the sentry Whos ternoon a light brilliant cutter sud- Â¬ there denly whirled up at the gate and Beede At last Jim stood still for a moment then looking up at our faces at the window down tbe bill swiftly did bear And ere they could stop him he entered lifted his hat and bowed low once more within pale of the lines Well have a splendid ride cried And was welcomed when passing tbe boun Â¬ Charlotte dary with jshots irom a dozen carbines Doubtless I said settling back to Dead now Tbe men gaze at him silent It my sewing seems like a murder one says While his master kneels revrent beside him You look as if you were not going the faithful bead once more to raise said Charlotte in a surprised tone Toobadr mutters one grim old sergeant Reede opened the door as she was Then back to their posts tbe men go Aisd a distant cock heralds the morning speaking coming in with two little boxes with misty call f adinz and slow in his hand Mary A Roche iu Youths Companion You see Icouldnt help coming back Lottie Your father says you may stay IN THE SNOW as long as you like But you must hear the other side of the case half a dozen How Margarets Cold Resolve exquisites arc dying because of your ab- Â¬ sence as many bouquets were doing the Was Completely Thawed same thing in your parlors last night wasting their sweetness under the hands But I mustnt tell was hanging clothes on the line I of the housekeeper i you anymore or youll be wanting to go detested it and I was getting furiously back which desire I should veto for jwgrj It was intensely cold my fin- Â¬ Ive brought my turnout as you see gers bundled up in great white mittens Charlotte stood with amused face lis- Â¬ were 3ikc Jumps of ice my feet sympa Â¬ tening to his talk The glow over her face was one of real pleasure He sat thised strongly The wind blew and flapped the frozen clothes into my face down as he ceased speaking putting his when my shawl was not flying round my two packages on the table and coin to open them head 1 laiuw Ly former trials how blue mencino perceive I am more fortunate Yoirll my nose was and how purple my cheeks than the forsaken gentlemen in the If I had Ixxjl a man I should have said city for I can bring my offerings di- Â¬ something van- strong and dashed awajT rectly to their shrine iit the pins and the clothes in a manner He took from their warmly lined hidingthat would have demolished both But -places two little clusters of flowers I was only a woman I only thought the He laid one in Lotiies hand then ad- Â¬ expressive phrases and fumbled careful- Â¬ vanced to my side saying with more ly with my mittened icicles deference in his tone The porch door opened Will Miss Ware accept these Not Margaret Margaret for their rarity but because it is winter- Â¬ I turned round on the slippery snow time siud holding by the rope to steady my- Fragrant warm looking honey suckles eeii I screamed and deep blue violets dropped softly on What my work Come in right away I looked up into his face he seemed to But the clothes arent half out I have been willing to meet my eyes He cried in return saw my thanks there befoi el could speak Come in Somebody wants to see them you I am glad that you like them he Aunt Margaret had hardly shut the said and turned away leaving me slight door before I was ou the step I went y annoyed that I had gratified him by into the kitchen half dizzy with the giving him the glance he had so evi- Â¬ cold and the-- heat of the room and the dently wished for pain of my lingers I didnt expect to I had at our first meeting felt vexed at find any company there but the fire had his thoroughly at home air here in the got low in the sitting room and Aunt house of strangers but that feeling Margaret had invited them to the kitchen passed away and gave place to a little lire amused surprise that he could be so Close by the stove sat two people a His manner was somewhat boyish but young lady and gentleman but at that the decided proud cast of his features moment I saw only the lady though I when in repose was so opposite to that had not seen her before since she was appearance that it gave one the idea grown I knew her instantly my cousin that his real character did not lie on the Charlotte Leigh from Boston My first surface bight of her gave me a confused idea of I came particularly to lake you two velvet and fur and of the handsomest to ride he said after a moments face I had ever seen all mingled with silence during which we had been ad Â¬ an exasperating consciousness of the miring our flowers and he had been state of my own complexion and habili turning over the books on the table xuenis Will 3ou go Your Cousin Charlotte Margaret For some reason I imagined that my aunt said Charlotte would prefer to go alone with Having managed to get one mitten him and I did not doubt that he would off I advanced and put my hand in like that arrangement better He had liers just come from her home and they You will excuse the coolness of my would have a thousand things to talk greeting I said alluding rather more of about which I should know noth- Â¬ to my lingers than my manner for jshe ing ouldijuot i cstrain a slight shudder as Nothing would be pleasanter Come our hands met But I am not at pres-- Margaret said Charlotte rising to go cntia my natural condition Im more to her room than half frozen I really should like to go but it is I took off my ungainly hood and very inconvenient for me to go to da diawj while Charlotte laughed gayly I said determined now that 1 would not with a certain childish manner that be teased into it quite enchanted lae Charlotte cast a deprecating glance at During the process of thawing Char-Â¬ me and closed the door lotte jwatobed me with some interest In It is impolite to urge you I know a JBOtseat she bent forward and took my Miss Ware said Keede but 1 wish hand saying you would go Ubwthat the purple is fading from My excuse is true I said Tour face you begin to look like the Then some other day you muse make Margaret I remember Let me present amends he said stooping to inhale the aiy cousin Beede Stanielsperfume of the flowers I still held in my If almost any other person had spoken hand like that I should have been annoyed Charlotte had said truly when she but in her voice 1 was not- - Keede had told me that no one could help lik-Â¬ Staniels bowed gracefully to me and I ing Rede There was something about looked at him for the first time him very attractive for that reason I He was a slender haughty looking did not wish to like him I never cared young man but when ho smiled or to like those to whom all paid tribute wished to please his face softened and Thank you I certainly will I re-Â¬ glowed I had heard Charlotte speak of plied to his last sentenceBeede when we were children together I feared I naight be considered affect- Â¬ aad a year or two ago she had written ed in refusing to go now but in truth I that he was in Europe I had always would much rather remain and I was had as idea that Charlotte would marry prone to do as inclination prompted her Cousin Reede though she had never Charlotte came down ready for her stud so and herHirtingproclivities were ride alarslngly developed but Keede en Â¬ Its no use urging her she said joyed the privilege of first fiirter looking at me My compliments to Mr As I became warmer I talked faster Marsden if he comes siigktfy aaaoyed all the time by the Who is Mr Marsden asked Keede preeaBoeof the young man who had with exaggerated interest pausing with rise aadjHuitered to the window He his hand on the door I must discover Mettealy teraed aad asked before I go Ib a6 the village hotel opposite Oh he calls here replied Charlotte cWiotile laughed with a glance at me gltoje intead to engage s suite I Oh with nrolonered reflection came asked Mfcrer- from Reedes lips he replied assuming TVfctitefetwte ltttinnecnon tola me that he thought Of-- jzxIoItMftt air he had discovered why I staid at home s yb a call or a riat1 1 asked Char-- J aad I was provoked with myself that I - his own estimation Oh youll like him everybody does she said Then it will be wise in me to sub Â¬ mit to his attractions gracefully I responded Shall I hold out my hands for the fetters Charlotte Not till you hold your hand for the ring she replied and I thought I de-Â¬ tected a warning in her voice Somehow I resented that tone I had no idea of being fascinated by my cou- Â¬ sins cousin andl said with emphasis Then youll see me forever free Amen to that was her response Charlotte was inducted into our best chamber which room at her special re-Â¬ quest I shared with her I expected every day for a week that she would an- Â¬ nounce her intention of returning home but she did not and after a few days more I ceased to expect it Contrary to our expectations Keede Staniels returned immediately to Koston Charlotte said she thought a sojourn in the country too much for his tempera- Â¬ ment to endure But Charlotte had not been a fortnight with us when one af-Â¬ WINTER EVENINGS A TERRIBLE CONFESSION was provoked Still more irritated was die to die by the side of the man I I when Mr Marsden the lawyer hap- Â¬ loved I feared terror and pain would A Faystclaa Presents Some Startllag Hew to Spend The t tie Bwt AdtTUU GiA3 COX RCVW pened to call that very afternoon and come if Charlotte knew of this I could Facts tare l4fegMMhL is a little was diligently chatting with me when see nothing but trouble for a lover like This is the season of short days and botk parti The following story which is attracting ftfea Keede and Lottie returned They expa- Â¬ this wide attention from the press Is so reÂ¬ all the xaa xwrwt j- f tiated so much on the sleighing that Mr The horse stopped sh ort so abruptly markable that we can not excuse ourselves long evenings the best time of Marsden invited me to try it with him that 1 was almost thrown from the If we do not lay it before our readers n year for study and improvemenf Hit ythe next day and I graciously accepted sleigh Reede sprang out and went to tire Perhaps you are a young man desirous eases has cared a cough im a few Â¬ his invitation to the apparent amuse- the horses head I imaginejU-ome-thin- g To the Editor of the Eochater X Y Dimo- - of obtaining commercial employment was wrong about the harness ment of Charlotte tral Keede had taken up his abode in the Reede had hardly reached his head be- Â¬ Sir On the first day of June 1SS1 I lay One of the best nassnorts in that direc Ulk t their old aaaMg surrounded by in this hotel opposite He drove us on mauy fore the horse dashed aside throw Â¬ at my residence waiting city death Heaven tion next to good character is good for rides he took us to the country amuse- Â¬ ing out his front feet and hitting Reede iny fxiehds and agony I then endured for handwriting Of course you know how only the ments he sauntered in at all hours of a blow which sent him prostrate wordsknowsnever describe it And yet if a to write but like the great majority can the day and evening A great deal of Though I could not see distinctly I few years previous any one bad told me never trained your Â¬ Mwrir W87 n n rrL the time I was busy with some house- Â¬ knew from the horses appearance that I was to be brought so low and by so probably you have JRON eat4sr tatoa terrible a disease I should have scoffed at self to write well No merchant wants hold duties and many other times I left The horse reared and danced I the idea I had always been uncommonly his books disfigured by awkward and rieisi srtTWiioa tor mo to Charlotte the pleasure of entertaining held the reins but he did not strong and healthy and weighed over2X seem to feel the strength it was all I pounds and hardly knew in my own ex-Â¬ illegible scrawlings No lawyer will or being entertained b him A fortnight he had been with us Char had with which I sawed at his mouth perience what pain or sickness were Very submit to badly written copies We read this statement lotte began to ask me to go home with A deadly horrible feeling was at my many people who willare unusually tired suggest you devote yourself this winter realize at times they hor but I did not wish to go Since my heart Reede did not rise At last the and can not account for it They feel dull to persevering endeavors to improve You will last term in a city school I had felt that horse stood still a moment I dropped pains in various parts of the body and do your penmanshiplmnrovement be sur prised at the wnicn if I were not to live in town I must not the lines and slid from the cutter stag Â¬ not understand wuv Orthev are exceed ingly hungry one day and entirely without real efforts in this line will achieve May- Â¬ allow myself to be so attracted by its gering through the snow till I reached was just the way I gayettes its coit rerts its paintings its the spot where Reede had fallen I for- Â¬ appetite the next This malady which had be yon would like to learn stenographyÂ¬ felt when tho relentless employgot that the horse might run away innumerable beauties fastened itself upon me first began Still I aud type writing The faithful in this At last after many declarations she I brushed the thick falling snow from thought nothing of it that probably I had ment of your winter evenings asserted if I would not return with her his face He was stunned but I did not taken a cold which would soon pass away work may make yon a first class gradu Â¬ a heavy and at she would go in a week I trusted know whether he was otherwise injured Shortly after this I noticed one side of my ate before the long days come again and times neuralgic pain in TMtf something would detain hex My love rose and overcame all the bar- Â¬ head but as it would come one day and be enable you to earn a handsome support Do you wish to become expert as a It was a clear moonlight night with riers 1 had placed about it If he would gone the next I paid little attention to it TONIC BI There are cold still air lying over snowy roadij look into my eyes again I would not re- Then my stomach would get out of order mechanical draughtsman wte Tjhb i and my toou orten iaueu to aigest causing excellent instruction books sold very Fer IVeaJtaeas rx ao an riiiiii mm ip and fields Sleigh after sleigh dashed fuse him what he sought ihere etc 11 at times grqat inconvenience Yet even as cheaply The industrious occupation away on the road to the neigh- Â¬ merrily Finally consciousness returned He a physician I did not think- that these boring town where one of the wealthy tried to rise and at last stood with trem Â¬ things meant nnything serious I fancied I of your evening hours as a learner will 16 not Mck oa was suffering from malaria and doc- surely be fruithful of results We know achadoe snxlac eonsOHi y- gentlemen was to give a part in honor bling hand on my arm or nl myself accordingly But I got no hot- of excellent draughtsmen now enjoying tored GWwS of his entrance to his new house A The horse stood quiet ter I next noticed a peculiar color and good salaries who taught themselves TTiTiir stamping of feet on the doorateu and a mz5hui is needed iuiifcjiyI fcSOVTOf Can yon walk to him or shall I odor about the fluids I was passing also Md trmie moment later Keede entered with ra bring him here I asked there were largo quantities one day to draw in evening hours while com- Â¬ iron thtdoe better that - 8i diant face and eager eyes I was alone and very little the next and that a persist- panions idled away their time smoking He tried to walk but could not Â¬ upon the in the sitting room Ive hurt me here he said putting ent froth and scum appeared And yet Isur cards or gossip Are you of an inven- Â¬ by Browns Iroa Bitters ad J1 SSS did -- face and a The best of all he ex-Â¬ his hand to his side then impatiently not realize sediment settled indeed seeing tive turn of mind you not ready What Are my danger for times to study up and think out plans claimed All the rest have gone these symptoms continually I finally beI am helpless Where is Lottie accustomed to them and my suspi- for new contrivances is in the quietude Fortunately my country life had came wholly disarmed by the fact that I felt unaccountably nervous taught me how to drive Reede sat cion wasvain in the affected organs or in of evening The results of earnest had no She has a severe cold and is iu her down powerless suffering I knew more vicinity Why I should have been so thought in the production of inventions re astonishing In general it is the im room She is very much disappointed than he had told I turned the horse their I can not understand blind SEVEN STAGES OF MAST that she can not go I consulted tho best medical skill in the provements in simple devices things of THEALU REQUIREAT fCME ACE not because I knew the way but because mineral springs Is her illness serious he asked I hoped the horse might know it A laud I visited all the famed from Maine to everyday use and that everybody wants n America and traveled Â¬ Oh no I think not I said and re long ride of silence I turned to Reede Calfornia Still I grew worse- - No two phy- which are the most profitable The sumed the seat from which I had risen who sat quietly his handkerchief to his sicians agreed as to my malady One said patent for the little invention of the is late now why dontyou put on face I bent nearer It I was troubled with spinal irritation an- spring window shade roller now so other dyspepsia another heart disease your cloak he asked generally employed in all dwellingshas What is it I said in sudden fear another general debility another con brought great wealth to the fortunate But 1 thought I woula not go as 1 touched his handkerchief In the o the brain and so on Lottie could not be one of the party I dim light I could see dark spots upon it gestion of the base of common diseases the inventor He is now a millionaire His through a long list said symptoms of many of which I really had device was truly a happy thought We Only blood he said passed But I have thought of it all day I My God I cried in agony You In this wav several years growing during know of a lady in Chicago whose pat- Â¬ worse which time I was steadily insist upon your going 3 011 must go ents for the invention of a moving belt bleed how much are 3ou hurt My condition had really become pitiable He bent down with one hand on the To death I hope he said in a low The slight symptoms I at first experienced for drying eggs albumen etc have arm of my chair his impetuous spirit weak tone were developed into terrible and constant revolutionized certain great branches been reduced My weight shining in his eyes and penetrating to My suffering seemed more than I disorders 1PA pounds had life was a bur of trade and now bring her a great in My from 207 to my heart come l he people want could bear den to mvself and friends I could rotain in every conceivable form improvements Notonly is the Why was I so interested in him The Live oh live I murmured close to no food on my stomach and lived wholly tone in which he said I have thought his cheek or my love will kill me living mass of pain field of invention vast but it is open to by injections I was a In my agony of it all day thrilled through me his hven m that gloom I saw the lightni- My pulse was uncontrollable and clutched everybody There are no distinctions in I frequently fell to tho floor eves melted my resolution not to go ng-like flash of his eyes I felt the the carpet and prayedfor death Morphine respect to sect or age The way to in Â¬ TH STAGE COUGHS way to A slight cough when neglected mar settle cat Come sweet smile that curved his lips had little or no effect indeadeningthepain vent is to keen thinkinir the work- Lungs and Bronchitis A thma and ConsumptloaM He took my hand and raised me from accomplish anything is to keep God has not forgotten me he said Fot six days aud nights I hnd the therefore have the results It BhonldTaylors Chtroiaeatteatlo Mj C hiccoughs constantly I My water ing my chair I went and donned wraps and his forehead bending to nry shoulder once by the nse of Scientific American andT albumen I Sweet Gum and Mnieln was filled wilh tube casts furs In my despair a few minutes ago I al- Â¬ was struggling with Brights Disease of the TheSweetGorufrumatreeof the swnenseje Brew When we were fairly on our way he most thought so I must live now tnc In the South combined with s le made lromth A French Cable Factory stages I kidneys in its last MnUela plans of the old fields Kor sale bT all said looking down at me with that irre Â¬ He did live but it was after much suf-Â¬ elsts at 25 cents and 1 eperbottJe While suffering thus I received a call WALTiat Jl TATX6k JLtteata Up to the present time there does not sistible glance of his fering and danger The hurt he re from my pastor the Rev Dr Foote at that And you were intending to disap- Â¬ ceived was internal and long in heal- Â¬ time rector of St Pauls Episcopal Church exist in France a single factory for the our last in But now I will take aire of ing The long distance we were obliged of this city I felt that it was of conversa- Â¬ construction of marine cables and the point me you to night I have you you arc in my to ride before reaching assistance made terview but in the course to me the utmost that the manufacturers of tion Dr Foote detailed power cures of cases the wound worse The horse true to many remarkable conductors have been able to It was an instant before I could trust his instinct carried us to the hotel where like my own which had como under do in this direction has been the produc- Â¬ his observation As a practicing physician myself to answer words spoken in such Reede stiid and a graduate of the schools I derided the tion of a few cables for crossing rivers a voice as that I wondered if he had asked Char- Â¬ idea of auy medicine outside tho regular It is just announced that the Societe How was the party ever spoken like that to Charlotte to lotte when I entered her room channels beiug iu the least beneficial So Generale des Telephones is about to fcolicitous however was Dr Footo that I carry out a scheme elaborated some any one That thought gave me a reply I didnt go I said finally promised I would waive my prejuin indifferent tones She sat up in bed rubbing her eye dice I began its use on the first day of time since byits engineers for the erec-Â¬ Then be lenient be generous to your to look at me She saw something on June 1SS1 and took it according to direc- tion in one of the chief ports of an es- Â¬ prisoner tions At first it sickened me but this I tablishment for the purpose Y T my face for she exclaimed Or she may repent having placed thought was a good sign for onv in my de- Post What have you been doing then bilitated condition I continued to take it herself in my hands1 he interrupted 1 sat down on the side of the bed If a child properly nourished qulc iwgaw the sickening sensation departed and I was Were you not going to say that lovoas happr childhood is the rewlt-- Ta wmiliK In the Hospitals Â¬ Were you ever engaged to your finally able to retain food upon my stome Infanta are peevish and fretful bcsateya You have said that I replied Cousin Reede I asked motfcera slowly ach Iu a few days I noticed a decided Baltimore and Philadelphia hospital phy- ing nppl- starved owing t the I ability ofFood will the properaourla nt Rldstea There is no need of my repeating it better as also did my A look of pain or something akin to change for the My hiccoughs ceated wife sicians are prescribing the new proprietary to deficiency better thaa aejr other Wg and 1 medicine Red Star Cough Cure It contains supply tbs have been successfully reawd M Udecd and friends But you will not repent you will it passed over her face thousands experienced less pain than formerly 1 Food alone trust me to night Margaret A sort of tacit engagement she at this improved condition neither morphia opium nor any other in ju That name m such a manner was a said slowly a kind of agreement our was so rejoiced dying bed I vowed in cho rious ingredients The price is only 25cent3 that upou my caress His face was absolutely lumin- Â¬ fathers made for us to ratify if we fresence of my family and friends should ous I would both publicly and priI dared not look at it He would A lame excuse The apology of a one- - UtitAM DALM vately make known this remedy for legged man seemed ielding to some powerful imwhen applied Into the in- Â¬ And you have never done it I tho good of humanity wherever and nostrils wUibe absorb Â¬ pulse now that for the first time ie saw quired whenever I had nn opportunity and this cleans Bronchitis is cured by frequent small ed effectually catarrh me unrestrained by anothers presence letter is in fulfillment of that vow My im- doses of Pisos Cure for Consumption No after a pause he loves jou lagtheheadov provement was constant from that time A thought of Charlotte came coldly IS al Ttru causing heal It is very strange he should I and in less than three months I had gained across me then I remembered certain said beginning to wonder that he did al bad habit A thy secretions It pro 26 pounds infleshbecameentirelyfreefrom A BKOW fLOW is like a lays Inflammation things she had said that had given me tects the membrane of I a country girl when he knew so pain and I believe I owe my life and pres- Â¬ good thing tocut adrift Boston Bulletin the idea that Keede Staniels was one of many polished belles of the city tbe nasal passages from ent condition wholly to Warners safe cure additional colds com Â¬ that detestable species a male flirt I the remedy which I used afflicted with Sore Eyes use Br Isaao pletely heals ih sores Ir Strange cried Charlotte Have you Since nry recovery I have thoroughly reThompsons Eye Water Druggists sell it i5c and restores sense of recalled that suave distance of manner nover known that you axe magnificent taate and smell difficulm which I generally employed with him No you have not known it Therein investigated the subject of kidney ties and Brights disease and tho truths de- Â¬ NOTaUQUIQofSNUFF He that is down need fear no fall It seemed to freeze him instantly He lies the charm veloped are astounding I therefore state because feathers fall so lightly iV T Her bebecame deferential and polite and al- Â¬ rt A few applications re-- mmdr deliberately and as a physician that I Are vou sorry he loves me lieve more than one half the deaths which occur aid most silent A little in America are cauird by BrlgJWs dteeaw of A light filmy haze was spreading over foa removing applied Into each nostrfUls agreeable to A She said afterward a year after when Vie kidneys This may sound like a rash growth of the dandruff andpromotingthe hair use HallsHairRenewer useparticle M cents bv mall or at Druggists Sendfor the sky it softened the moonlight and she was dressing me for my marriage Price statement but lam prepared to verity it T circular ELY BROTHERS Druggists Qyeao obscured the stars Had I known a year ago that you fully Brights diseaso has no distinctive A small event that is What is a buttonl featuresof its own indeed it often develIs this the turn Mr Staniels I had grown to such a face and form I ops always coming off without any pain whatever in the kidÂ¬ asked as he took the right of four cor- should not have brought Reede Staniels neys or their vicinity but has the sympners toms of nearly every other common com- Â¬ into the country with me Yes this leads to R doesnt it plaint Hundreds of people die daily Why I said whose burials aro authorized by a physiThat sleigh ahead is one of our party I wanted him to love me Because I cians certificate as occurring from Heart believe And now with a smile Spinal All tired out almost prostrated without appetite Used by the bs tmanufacturers Apoplexy Disease Paralysis Then we are right I said Im Now I would rather be loved by Complaint Rheumatism Pneumonia and mechanics la the world nervous depressed and despocsdent Hoods Earsa not familiar with this locality at all Marston Hunt you know So put for- Â¬ and tho other common complaints when in pariUa will give you strength aad vigor restore and Pulman Palace CarCaMasoa A Ilamlin Oita riano o ACiDl And you must not be lost with me is from Brights disease of the Cforallltndiofnav3rk ever at rest those conscientious com- Â¬ reality it Fev physicians and fewer peo- - sharpen your appetite build up your nervous system At th Nttr Orleans EiDOsi- kidneys your mind and clear he said in such icy tones that I repented punctions that revealed themselves that tion joinu made- Trlta It en le realize the extent of this diseate or its Do you have pimples and bolls breaking out on your over nry coldness but it appeared the only night you so suddenly asked if I were angorous and insidious nature It steals body scrofulous sores or buncheaorother indications dured a testing strain of safe way for me MSS53B 1800 engaged to my Cousin Reede But tis into the system like a thief manifests its of impure Wood Hoods Sarsapnrilla will remove ev TO A SQUABE IXCB The swift going horse sped like the the truth he did used to flirt Dont be presence if at all by the commonest symp- Â¬ ery vestige of Impurity and vitalize and enrich the Tixmotmcrd ttrwgtMt tjlueknou n toms and fastens itself in the constitution blood wind over the road it was a lonely annoyed he never looked at anybody as before the victim is awaip of it It is nearTWO GOLD MEDALS Do you have headache Indigestion heartburn dis winding way over the hills and into lie does at you You will be happy he ly as hereditary as consumption quite as alntness or other symptoms of LtmJon1SSX in Or bw1SS3l tress after etlng i valleys The haze thickened over the is good he is noble If ysardir doesnotKeep it Catherine Earn common and fully as fatal Entire famidyspepsia Hoods Sarsaparllla wiu tone up the di eem hHcarti and Hc rotajre for wmple si n FREE lies inheriting it from their ancestors have gestive organs remove every disagreeable symptom sky flakes of snow fell softly on my sftaw in Buttons Magazine BCSSIA CEXESX CO tikcaeesier jum died and vot none of the number know or and completely cure you face and flecked with white the furry realized the mysterious power which was robe round inc It was a deceitful Do you have pains in the back and the disagreeable BETRAYED HIS TRUST removiug them Instead of common symp evidences of dnllccltes with the kidneys or rer storm for it came gently at first luring toms it often shows none whatever but Hoods Sarsaparilla rouses these organs to their propfor us on for we thought it would not storm A Mother Who Luck All Knowledge ol brings death suddenly from convulsions Description ax er duties and enables them to resist the attacki of Iiyi9h Nature Maps oT XOETHEItS apoplexy or heart disease much atrial COOTTEY the Free As one who has suffered and knows by disease Glvelt Close by the center of attraction in We rode on turning corners by guess roent Lands and CHEAP bitter experience what ho says I Implore LANDS in SLtnnesots Dakota Montana now for I became convinced that we the Polish troubles was a cottage occu- every one who reads these words not to daho Washington and Oregon The Bes t Agricultural had lost our way and there were no pied by people speaking English The neglect the slightest symptoms of kidney EoW by all drugglsU 1 six for 15 Maaa only by trzlns and Timber Lands now open to Settlers SE2TX fKEE Addr CHAS B LAMSOXN houses where we could inquire The father was across the street leaning on difficulty No one can afford to hazard 0 J HOOD C- Apothecaries Lowell Mass such chances Laail CoaaiiiiloHer St FaHJ Xlaa snow came thicker clogging the horses I make the foregoing statements based 100 Doses One Dollar feet and impeding his speed We could the fence the mother was at the gate upon facta which I can substantiate to tho No Repe U Out Off Hsrsts Urns i W shawl over her head and a letter The welfare of those who may pos- Â¬ not see anything before or around us with a clinched his argument with celebrated Jivii sii ixjuvrA Yankee was is an ample an Englishman as to the relative size of the ilK aad JtlKIIJIK Combined but the silent fall of Whiteness At last bo3 about ten years of age stood in the sibly be sufferers such as I can not be slipped by any horse Sam-step I Why tlie horse dropped into a slow toilsome door holding a baby nine or ten montlis inducement for me to take the others have by saying pie the from Thames and Mississippi aint enough of wa- Â¬ freeuaer to any parser SoMbvatl and if I can successfully warn on receipt of SI walk up a hill The reins hung loose in old in his arms By aud by the baby the dangerous path in which I once walked look here mister there Hardware to make a Saddlery ftpecui ii and Harness ter in the whole of the Thames Reedes hand ucaiers icont to in began to kick and squall and the boy I am willing to endure all the professional argle for the mouth of the Mississippi Trade S2T Send for Price Llst and personal consequences did not mean to get lost Truly I called out v x rost JC- - LiGirnioussBochesteriT iver J H HHaMUIN 2L u he said in an apologetic tone Say mam Jims a howlin Rochester N Y Dec SO No I had not thought you did I Fat took the bull by the horns when he but I Yes I know she replied said that all the men in China were washer replied policemen knock want to see these The latest thing in balloonsGas Sioux women He put his disengaged arm round me somebody Afxanaa cure never rati I itrnaan Falls Leader mriialtreiieita thenrorK eannjip drawing me closer and stooping his ahleeiepeirccl3CHrcwheraaJlothar8fat A red in the face and telephones in their houses Hes gettin Peofle with tnanmuiuwMiinOT tTiOC face nearer mine have more holler days than other folks holdin his breath shouted the boy as BtBorbyTBaiL SlQOol SCHiyj lKS California Jfaverick he said And truly I am not sorry he tossed the kid up and down Do not require me to feel sorrow for advised the Blow in his mouth A man about to build a house advertises anything that gives me your presence mother without turning her head far proposals WTiy dont the girls try that without ahance of interruption It dont do any good and hes plan LovctH Citizen 9 m V S1 - - -- g TIREDtUT rtete A 4 BRS0H ka Â¬ IBii T mz -- - Â¬ Â¬ WShSSS w taJ2 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ H death-premonito- ry Ker i Â¬ elec-tric-li- ght Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lljMDj 1 - - Â¬ Â¬ nnEuCATABHH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SS90 3 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Do You Feel IF PAGES GLUES - Â¬ Â¬ Pounds Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ AN Ds DS Â¬ Hoods Sarsaparilla i O- - is Â¬ ASTHMA fiUEli im - je - His hair swept over my cheek his hot For my breath sighed acrens my lips life I could not at that moment com- Â¬ mand my voice And I firmly believed him to be engaged to my Cousin Char- Â¬ lotte Was it possible he was playing with me I asked itself You do not reply he said in a low passionate voice you are colder than this snow but I love you oh I love you Suddenly and powerfully he drew me to him prisoning my lips with a fiery penetrating kiss He released me and gathered the lines hurriedly in both hands It was time he did po for the horse had reached the top of the hill and was plunging down in such a zigzag course as at any other time would have made me half afraid I felt willing to kind You need not fear intrusion here certainly I said Do not torment me he cried with sudden and overpowering impetuosity I will not bear it You have been re pellant to me to a degree that would have cured a passion less strong than mine but I ask now to know if I am very disagreeable to you Margaret be I laughed howled the kickin me all to death nurse after a minute theyre going to Wait a minit move Take care o him five nnnits and Ill give you a ceut A cent exclaimed the lad in deep A cent for holdin this young disgust un when six thousand fellers are a goin1 to jump on each other with clubs Never Not for a nickel And he laid the howling baby on the door step an 1 ran to secure a position on the roof of a cow shed Detroit Free Press Red Star TRADE Jiol MARK m m oughure Free from Opiates JEmctics and Joioiu AhatilttteltM Some men ars like eggs You cant teb cv hether they are good or bad until they are broke guages when as a wife she can talk him baldoeaded with one Chicago Tribune-A CONSUMPTION otam ilntlnr lj T0 toWwhTi iiJetl1 t 1 bT a poattira resteer Jertfce bara omb4 of cum of U went Usd sad ef tasc brfct earwt Iadeed kTa emtmrr Mroor my rU8 ta BOTTLES TREE pxBLX TSTATISE on tiU JIMisto iny MCerec Bs- - vm9sre4zra BxxAsioccxtxrKixT Best Cousin Syrup-- Tastes good-In time Sold by drrjxtettu War teach a girl to speak several lan-Â¬ Mf ES WHU AIL ELSE Fittxl TJs 1BT SAFE SURE PROMPT QKCJ CO T1IE CHARLES AVOGELER IULTlS0REaii In the mountains above Chico says the Tombstone A T Epitaph the residents along a lumber flume have a novel way of getting their mail It is started on a raft from the head of the flume at regular dates and the people be- Â¬ low watch for it take out what belongs to them and then send the raft with its precious cargo on its way An aged sinner in the Connecticut Valley has been convicted of poisoning His method was his neighbors cattle to take the cores out of apples fill the cavity with Paris green and scatter the bait among the grass in tho pasture CTjftcrasfjn GERMAN SEvrI2iiW RE MtUI Fail River Adwnce See hier fadder Dot celebrated Dr Hammond says dot in a tousand years all My gracious my mankind will be bald eon ish dot so I guess may bo den ve betÂ¬ ter mark our schtcclc of combs down imself Chicago Neias m Brooklyn man has printed a book to that the earth is flat He judges by S W frecStaai II M I MllM O Hill The Widow Larkin says the main reason why so many men have family troable is that they marry a miss X Y JournaL m Silver ware Co- forfree Catalogue of Boois of AsioaeaMatf Speakers Dialogues Gyarnastlcs Formed Tellers Dream Boo Debates Letter Writers Etiquette etc Dicx fe 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