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The Hazel Green Herald JPEftCR COOPER - w a - ir IT - c r -t Owner zni Eiiitr THE HERAJJD OF A 3TOISX WORLD WITH lETyS FROT ATT ATIOSTS 10 1S86 100 A YEAR Always In Advarc VOLUME II I HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY MARCH A NUMBER 2 IN THE SKY Haul Geeen Heralr wwlrtwBf svlsttate la frUe Oastr L tercety is tke eoesM f Lw Xerna Powell Xeslf ee Mtr - Etttott I MTeftlcerc oa reach sore people fey rertsetet ia Its caIbsbs tana fey aay Try it kb4 be coxvlneed Arrtc EstllL Herd witilatter eierem te aay ct4 THEfeeiBrFerrr pmr mi HJElALB Netty im WttS SPENCER TCOOPR waer mE Xtftter 44 e Cy Om Tear StxXaslks SCBSCXIPTIOX xatsb r WThi avbecripttofi will be eatero4 Hpon r beetles tfaleS acceafraled fey the isoney wfescriptien trill fee received for lest TnmNeBt advertteeaterte inserted at sev Mr Ire eestfi per lack first insertion a4 ABVERTXSXSG Tir goingsue Jooicca up in ewltt surprise The color from out of ber bricbt face fled Tfee light srrew dim in ber eyes- Youre join to be married she eshoei low Her voice bad a stead v tone I hope youll be happy whereer you go A eoug b bid a little moan Your bride will be ood and Iruel I know you could love none other She steadily looked in his eyes dark blue 1 tender you Joy my brother Im jrolnjr to be married that Is I how To be though 3 hardly knoir Dear love shall I longer pine and mop I tremble for fear or no Tiie color that out of ber face bad tied Came back with a hue - Why isnt It funny deepershyly said she That Im to be married too Rttfbury Slotf Advocate COINCIDENCE to be married be softy said great and make many a great man J KA7S6 j re seats fer eacb tabfiequcat M -- CHEAP AND COSTLY Laser llMfcOe Tear 1 A4re6 TeTSa4efi ob larrer IcaewB e applioatSec m The Comparative Value of the Newspaper and the Book advertlseaieBtssBaic JQpj EPKKCEK COOPER Haael Green Ky PHOFEtSIOMAL JMK5H ATTORKEY AT LAW HJLZEL GKEKN One would naturally think that know- Â¬ ing so much as he does the Newspaper would be puffed up with pride to the point of explosion that is one who is not intimately acquainted with the Newspaper and foolishly judges him hy the people whom he does know might think so But he would make a serious mistake besides doing a worthy object a great injustice Although he is tilled with information from his date line to the blank space at the bottom of bis four pages he is modest to a de- Â¬ gree His editorial p3ge bristles with facts which require years of study to write His news pages are filled with information gleaned from every part of the world and his selected miscellany is culled from the most esteemed con- Â¬ temporaries printed in the language Yet in spite of so much learning he is undemonstrative retiring and as un Â¬ pretending as the calf bound enclyco pasdia under the deep l yer of dust on the bottom shelf of the book case Even the rattle he makes when he is unfolded is deprecatory and not ow- Â¬ ing one half so much to his as to the brittle nature of his com- Â¬ position which no fair minded critic will hold against him for an instant Beside the Newspaper on the desk there lies a Book of poems bound in blue cloth and glittering with gilt This Book is the verv opposite of the Newspaper Although he is not wise nor tilled with facts he is presumptive and makes up for his short comings by a large supply of personal vanity He is prett and what is worse he knows it and is proud of it This however is only to be expected He is a presentation copy of an edition printed at the expense of the author He was made to grve awa3 not to sell to be advertised not to be read and it would have been strange indeed un Â¬ der these circumstances were he not rather inflated with the sense of bis own importance It so happened one day that these two publications found themselves side by side and alone The man who sub scribed for the Newspaper had laid it down after reading the morning news and it fell beside the Book who looked up to sec what was the occasion of the disturbance Well observed the Book somewhat testilv whats all this noise about I beg your pardon replied the Newspaper politely I trust I have not disturbed you Not to speak of responded the Book only I think he ought to be careful where he throws His news Â¬ papers ex- He was probably in a hurry the Newspaper and didnt appen to see you Dont flatter yourself answered the Book haughtily He never for- Â¬ gets me I beg pardon again apologized the self-asserti-on ET tiec WTB practice in Wolfe and adjoining- cor Cetieotioas will receive prompt atten- - EATTEBSON HAZELRIGa ATTORNEYS AT LAW XT STERLING KY SAMUEL UcKEE ATTORNEY AT LAW Ks 4fl W Jefferson itree Mi JlauBoeglB all tke State Courts aac peeicj attestlea given to business of all loMls la tfee Ustteg States Courts APOETEBLACT ATTORNEY AT LAW WOTAKY IUBr IC AKD EXAM IK Eft EA9XI GK2K F DEPOSITIONS Ky J JC Qciixas REAL QOiLLEST ATTORNEYS AT LAW f AND Tides exaaaiaed taxes paid for CollectiOBS a specialty Beal estate urht aB4 fqW on comaaission Will prao tioe in Welfe aad adjoining- counties DR R B GARDNER non-rest-4ea- 4s - k LTKENS j c LrKrsa ETATA CENTS CAatTTOjr Ky PHYSICIAN AKI RQE0H Haztx Greek Kr JalsservJcofi to the people of Wolfe aa aioialas ceuaties Â¬ DR J 3L KASH PHYSICIAN AKB SURGEON Â¬ Kaztx Gaxsif Kr Tenders his professional services to the eltl eeas of Wolfe and adjoining counties Offic at residence on Broad war J BTATJXBEE M HAZEL GREEN KY D- - FfraOiK Wm AND AOTCIEUS Teaders feis professional services t the peo ple of Wolfe and adjoining- counties Offict at residesce en Hazel Green Heights - HOTELS DTT HOUSE HAZEL GBEEK KY Journal D t CODSEY Proprietor Patronage is respectfully solicited from recybedy more cspeciaily the travelinp panic jPirstrClasf accommodations and tatisf aottea guaranteed lBLnlELAjrJ HAZEL GEEEK KY HOUSE Proprietor 10HN H PIERATT -- ie table is susnlie with the feest ii tke market and arst class accommodatioi IH fee sarsisbea ferass and beast morgan house WEST L1BESTY KY H JAMES Faftrecac COLE Proprloter MtttaHr fellefted public is re f tfee traveliag-always suppled Table rKk tfee fetM la tie snarket Stable attached AbHLAND HOUSE SEAS POST OFFICE i KEKTtCl LEXTT02f i HKT OiSS K X BtfiWELL RITESR EiSONilLE SONS TrjviUT CAMPTON HOUSE CAMPION KY ALEX i ASilffiY PrtMietef TfeeWeis ppHedwjta tie cfeoiceetrrfe a4c tatfee atarket aad the charge are re sable SpecacllBducemests te Ccnfmercu Insure Your Property X2T TKB Of J RXZAXXUt fheiiilEi Wa4cfe rK Gi l or 37 OP HAKTT OKD COXK Beal la lpIiaMi TadeauiKyt Cfeeap iBkuraaee r S Time Tried and Fir r THE WEST 18 HJS CHEAPEST Tsti INXAI r -l asked the Newspaper with professional curiosity She married an insurance agent itnd has ten children now She writes to him every once in a while for help and he always sends it to her on ac Â¬ count of old times Oh I tell you he is very fond of me He wouldnt dis- Â¬ pose of me for the world I am very expensive I cost her ten dollars so I have heard her say May I ask what is your price Two cents responded the News- Â¬ paper modestly So little as that How excessively common But I ought to make allow ances for you You have no poetry about yoa no sentiment no romance You arc all hard cold facts scandals and politics I have the news replied the News- I contain everything that Eaper I am a history of the world for one day How it must bore you observed You must feel the Book pityingly like a bulletin board that every one writes on How stupid too Not at all responded the News- Â¬ paper with interest I do a good work and I enjoy it thoroughly I tell the world what is going on I give notice to the well of those who are sick I tell the living of those who are dead I tell those who are married who have separated and to the old I tell who are born I tell the people what then servants the office holders are doing I record the movements of govern- Â¬ ments I tell of wars of peace-ruai tngs The meetings of Kings and the conventions of workingmen I record impartisllv- - Nothing is too jncat nor too small to come into my columns Many a heart rending tale of distress j many a tragic story of death many a murder manv a suicide is first known J to the world through the medium of inyc3f I help unravel mysteries I ihuyco mighty wrong JmnkMnen i of me You are not to be blamed for that It is not your fault I was written by his sweetheart years ago and I have always been kept on his desk ever since He used to read me but of late years he has contented himself with leaving me where he could see me whenever ho wanted to Where is his sweetheart now You are so young I presume you never heard Dont mention it said the Book lars responded the Newspaper True in one sense perhaps I ought to but all I am sold at a cheap price so that do- Â¬ may have me Thus my power of ing good is increased iiut on the other hand said the Book you have no sentiment in jou You are not romantic You are prac- Â¬ tical and tilled with facts What are more romantic than some A replied the Newspaper facts few days ago I told of a young woman who camc to this city from the country fell in with bad company was cold hungry and friendless and advantage was taken of her by some bad men Through me her true lover who loved her when she wore short dresses who went to school with her when they were children together heard of her He is a physician in a large Western city He came to New York saw her and to day they were married That is romantic enough for you isnt it Yes that is romantic but that is only one instance out of a thousand Not at all The day before Christ- Â¬ mas a German fell dead in his grimy shop leaving a wife and six little chil- Â¬ dren gathered around a dwarf of a Christmas tree waiting his coming They had less than a dollar in the house That was the story I told In less than two days the widow had live hundred dollars in money which my readers sent to her and the children are all comfortably provided for Then again a wretched hungry shivering man kissed his wife and children good b3e iu the morning and started out on the streets to look for work to buy them bread to keep them alive He came tc the bridge and disheartened by failure he was about to end his sor- Â¬ row by throwing himself into the river when he was saved by two men who saw him I told his sad storv His familv are clothed and fed now and he is provided with pmplojment That is romauce for you Well remarked the Book after a pause during which its mind reverted to its own importance I am liiled with poetry and sentiment too and J do good also I have no doubt of it replied the Newspaper I am written in pretty verse and I am very highly prized I teach high morals and improve the world or at least I would if I could be read by every one I am sure that he wouldnt sell me for anything He would feel He would lost if it were not for me miss me if I were ofFof his desk for one instant He throws you away added the Book with a trace of conscious superiority in its voice but he wouldnt think of doing so with me He wants me here to look at and to He can remind him of my author buy another of yon for a mere pittance and he doesnt value you at all In truth I have listened to all you have had to say and think that you are really of very little importance or jvu surely would cost more I dont believe In cares whether he sees you at all May be not the Newspaper was about to say when the owner of the desk returned and resumed his seat-John he exclaimed calling to the office boy bring me a wrapper I want to mail this paper to a friend of mine It has got more news in it than I could write in a week and I know he will appreciate it Yes sir responded the boy By the waj continued the man I read to day in a paper that a com- Â¬ mittee of ladies were to call down town for books and magazines to take to the hospitals for the sick to read Yes sir said the boy If they come here give them this blue book of poetry It is making me tired seeing it around I never read it and cant say whether it is worth any thing1 or not At any rate I shall be j glad to get it out of my sight It al Â¬ ways reminds me of that beggar who wrote it and made me pay ten times as much for it as it is worth Yes sir said the boy and the doleful sigh of the mortified Book was drowned by the cheerful rattle of the Newspaper as each started out on his new mission of life Benjamin North- Â¬ rop in N Y Graphic A small by my black types inquired the Book in sur Â¬ Then why are you sold so cheaply prise You ousrht to bring two hundred dol WILLIAM Th C RALSTON SABBATH DAY BEADING HIS JUSTICE I John 1 9 Not a hard Master did I deem ray Lord But jusr since He had pledged his royal word And written iu the clmnjieless rolls on high READING FOB TEE YOUNG BOATING Lftzj cfonds 80 slowly floating That wjuld be mv kind of beating Riding gliding hiyh In air Bound for oh roranwaere Do you ever sail so fur Tbwt on steer aghinst a star And the moon Wbo turns you round WbMi on ber you d run aground As the wld goose quacks It south Can ou see inside his month Wben the bluebird brings the spring Is it pained beneath his wing Hnve you ever seen thnttown Where thf sun J tas when he s down Ts his liairall old and i urly How does ho get up so eany Who lives way on onder MIL Alwas tnlkinsi when its tUU 1 wonder oh J do just noader If j anve seen otd growlng thunder Cant he stop hia childien cl ttter Is he mad Or whats the matter Many queer things you must spy Hiding there so wild and hvrh Lazy clouds so slowly floating That would be ray kind of boating John Yancf Uitneu in at idiolas Extravagances of the Noted Califo ml Pioneer William C Ralston was probably tho most extraordinary mau California ever has known and he left a mark on his State which can never be eradicated Whatever may have been his sins lol-Â¬ lies and weaknesses his genius can never be questioned and it would no more be possible to write a history of Cali- Â¬ fornia without mention of Ralstons name than to sum up the career of India and forget what is owed to War ron Hastings The great monument he ha left to his name is the Bank of Cali Â¬ fornia He organized it put his for- Â¬ tune into it drew those of other rich men into it by his rare personal mag-Â¬ netism and the administrative power whch all men intuitively recognized and in a short time the Bank of Cali Â¬ fornia became what it has since re- Â¬ mainedthe leading financial institu- Â¬ tion of the Pacific coast But the Bank of California did not satis Â¬ ambition fy Ralstons It was the his of instrument but which was great primary aim to increase the glory and tin con- Â¬ sequence of California and of Ralston He built a magnificent house at Bel- Â¬ mont on the Southern Pacific Railroad and entertained in a style which has never been approached by any Califor nian before w since Not a tourist or a party of note came to the State but was carried down to Belmont in a special car banqueted driven from one end of the county to the other had the ball room thrown open and city and county con- Â¬ voked and then more often than not sent under the guidance of one of Ral- Â¬ stons friends to visit Yosemite Big Trees and the Ge3sers at their hosts x pense In all this there was a strong llavor of snobbery of course it wa os- Â¬ tentatious it was ornate it lacked re- Â¬ finement but it had a character of its own it had a sparkle and a dash and a i glitter that was different from the ordi nary entertaining as Ralston was unlike every other parvenu Nothing that he did had in it a suggestion of the com- Â¬ monplace everything was gigantic be Â¬ wildering prince like olten absiiro but always original I remenibm when the Bnrlingamc party was out here He invited the entire embassy together with a number of tho most prominent men in San Francisco mak Â¬ ing a company of one hundred and ten in all down to Belmont to dinner The party were assembled in the library awaiting the announcement of dinner when lo the wall in front of them then rose moved almost in audibly slowly like the curtain of a theater and disappeared in the ceiling above while beyond lay rovealed the great banquet Â¬ ing hall a blaze of light chrvstal and shimmering silver and gold The had its effect The strangerin spite of their good breeding were us dazzled and astonished as Ralston could possibly have desired Every th ng wts on the same great scale The houae at Belmont has something like a hundred and twenty bed rooms and is the larg- Â¬ est as well as the most beautiful private residence in the State Cor Providence coup-de-theal- The soul that sinueth It shall surely die So when In dream3 1 heard the solomn call Summon my spirit to the judgment hall Tremblinjr 1 cried In thlt my utmost need Still with His justice let His mercy plead Lo to tho door with greeting hands came One with a welcome in my Lords dear name Grasping her jrarmeuts hem I poured my plea 01 tender Mercy I Let me couiewith thee Justice must smite but with a radiant look She showed the pages of the judgment booa 1 am His justice hast thou never heard Just toftyve Is written Iu His Word Emily Uuntlvijlun Hitler in N Y Indepcnd- ml there A Few Suggestions as to How We Shovild Deport Ourselves When In tbo lords House BANTAM BOB Xlie Story of a Little Handsome and Kueky Hint His Ignoble End Bantam Bob was little He did not 1 If your pew be rented and some stranger be in it never show him out know it At least he did not seem to nor allow your countenance to exhibit know it He held up his head and as though the least regret at his being in yonr strutted in his gait as loftily he were the tallest of the Shanghais seat In your heart thank God that he a is there and no matter if ho comes in Little dwarf hardly larger than rags keep him there and let no mem- Â¬ robin his weight less than one pound ber of your family take his place Find Little but so plucky It is said of hi3 variety of birds a seat among those who know you They are more courageous and pug- Â¬ Those who are near you and discover your condition will make room for you nacious than gamecocks five times their weight and size a beautiful ex rapidly a great soul in a little body 2 If it is a free church put ample of Bob was a living witness of the truth yourself in the hands of an usher of this description seventeen times a and say not one word Sit down where he seats you He has studied the day Did he not attack rout and put every man church and knows best If you insist to flight every beast woman and child the owners Frank upon seating yourself you may enter a pew in which yon will leave only one Einior and Carrie Marsh excepted Yes of course vacancy then if a man and his wife that crossed his path he did come and wish to sit together 3ou sep- Â¬ He knew it Bob was handsome If there be anything arate them At least he seemed to know it In the special in your case as hardness of hearing or a weak limb then you adjoining dooryard was a vain pea- Â¬ should inform the usher and let him se- Â¬ cock the green and black of whose back and wings the blue of whose lect yonr seat 3 In dressing for the church pare yourself to throw off yonr wrap Â¬ If you pings when you enter the pew to protect you against have on clothing the cold and enter a church warmed with stove or register you will soon become uncomfortable and restless Study how you are to be as comfort- Â¬ able in the church a3 in your own house and do not let any false mod- Â¬ esty prevent yon from rising to pull off your overcoat or sacque or shawl 4 Take care how you use fans Nine tenths of funning is unnecessary You would be more comfortable if you would sit still and bequiet The most of fanning is in an expression of gen Â¬ eral fussiness of temper Moreover it may annoy your neighbor We heard a physician say that he thought that a large amount of the prevalent neural-Â¬ gia was due to the use of fans in church and fell not on those who fanned but We upon some of their neighbors I got have often heard the remark little good of the sermon yesterday be- Â¬ cause of the lady next to me who fanned me till I was almostin a shiver What would 3ou think of your min Â¬ ister if he should fan himself while preaching 5 Conform to the usages of the con- Â¬ gregation stand when they stand kneel when they kneel If you are a stranger do not make haste to change your position Do not rise nor sit nor kneel until you discover what is In your done in the congregation church it may be different You may be accustomed to kneel just after the singing of a hwnn But some Sunday ma find you in church where the con- Â¬ gregation might after the singing of the hymn and before the prayer con- Â¬ tinue standing until they had repeated the creed It would be awkward tor you to sit down or kneel and be com- Â¬ pelled to rise and repeat the creed or keep in a posture that would make you conspicuous If jou 6 Be attentive to strangers hi a church keep a supply are settled of hymn books and Bibles and haud Ex- Â¬ them to those who are strangers tend your hand to the stranger at the close of the service Invite him to come again and occupy your pew Offer to make him acquainted with your pastor It is no excuse for yon to say that you do not know him That is the very reason for speaking to him in church Do not commence to 7 Lastly gather upyour outer garments until the entire service has been concluded A short time since we were in one of the bost known churches in America whose popular pastor closed the serv- Â¬ Now let us close by ice by sayingr long measure doxology singing the pronounce the benediction and resume The programme our overcoats struck us as correct and its intimation as practical but we greatly regret the state of church manners which made the pastor think such a thing appro- cv Dr C Jr Deems in propriate Treasury Pulpit life pre- Â¬ CHURCH MANNERS What do you think the minister said to the children after prayers that It was this Thats a plucky fifctfo They both Bantam of yours boys to cry Hi turned pale Cany began continued 4I wish I could obtain one jnst like him for my little sickly boy at home He is very fond of snob pets Was he not good Elmer told Frank confidentially Jf that minister would only stav here I shonld join the ehurek So would L hischurch right oft said Frank thcs the man for me he knows enough to admire Bob When not doing anything else Bob was certain to be teasing Tabby She did not care one fig on he own ac-Â¬ count but thoe kittens of hers they must not have their eyes pat out before thev were fairlv opened to the glorias of tins beautiful world All her moth- Â¬ erly instincts and feelings forbade it One lovely summer afternoon when the entire family were absent excepting Nikota Katy said she had no eyes or ears for any thing elseTabby got her back up at Bob First she cuffed him then she spit in hia face and had about made up her mind to eat him alive when he escaped from her clutches He flew on to the soap barrel and crowed over her Tabby doubly enraged sprang up after him Her weight tipped th cover off and Bob fell into tliebarreL Tabby fell in too but she got ou again Bob never did At least not until next morning when Elmer fished him out Then he was dead Of eours hewas What a vast pity so littte so handsome so plucky a biid should have met his death in a soap bnrreL Long and sincerely the chiWrsan mourned for him They laid him ten Â¬ derly in a little tin box and buried him in a shady corner in the garden Elmer put white palings aroftnd hia grave and Carrie planted a white rose Â¬ bush upon it Frank set up a littte headstone upon which was printed Bkwe Bastasi Bob Jennie Vickry in N Y Tribune nit DONT CUT THE STRING The Habit of Waste in Tittle Tilings a Drawback to Cues Value and Useful Â¬ re - Journal NOBLE RASCALS A Housebreaker Sends a Present Girl tnalittlp I have heard a burgling story where a little girl saved her sick mother from tha awful shock and disquietude of a burglars entrance She was a sweet innocent little thing and hearing a roiseiinthe night she fearlessly cam i down stairs and found the dining room window wide open and a man in tho She asked the man what he room wanted The burglar who must have had a touch of humor answered thai he was a nobleman and that his favorite wav of coming into a house was bv the window in preference to the door He would be very glad if she would let him have the loan of the family plate The child said that he must be very quiet because her mamma was ill but she would get him what he could She brought him all the silver begged she knew of but particular him to spare her little cup and spo u NARROW ESCAPE The Amenitiek of Life as Displayed by Members of the lurfesh An oldish thick set man with side whiskers and a bald head got on the train at Amsterdam the other day to come into the city and he was obliged to take a seat alongside of a young man who wore eye glasses and parted his hair in the middle The oldish man seemed annoyed because he couldnt which he accordingly did The mm was afterward discovered and convicted When he was in prison he begged very hard that he might have an interview with the child and the parents know- Â¬ ing that the man had not acted so badly as he might have done took the child to see him in prison He was perhaps as much affected by her innocent prattle as by a considerable number of dis- Â¬ courses Some time afterward a present was sent to the child thi ough tho nobI -man who preferred the window a a means of ingress and egress All the Year Bound THE CONGO RAILWAY get a seat alone and the young man The Bold Enterprise of Confident Manches Â¬ took no pains to conceal the fact that ter Merchnnts he was mad at being disturbed Some of the most responsibln of Man- Â¬ The place for dudes said the old man as he wriggled around is in the baggage car And the place for hogs replied the other is on a freight train Hm How do I know you arent a pickpocket And how do I know you arent a murderer Hm I think Id better call the conductor Dont give yourself away old man Dout you talk that way to me And dont you try to bluff me At thaS moment the conductor came along and as he took the oldish mans ticket he gave both a sharp look and said If ono of you try any of your tricks on this train Ill make it the saddest event of your lives Hm Scuse me said the oldish man to the dude as the conductor I didnt know you be- assed on onged to the purfesh i 1 k- I out of fce cooler and dont know any 2J of the new gang Lets shake Y Star And scise me partner Im ju3t -- ling has tent that gentleman barrel of faewing gum befiWing it will curt -hia dyspepsia An admirer of- - ex Senator Conk chester merchants have given thir sup- Â¬ port to the new railway syndicate for constructing a line on the banks of the Congo The plan of the promoters is to connect by railway theenormoue stretch of navigable river above Leopoldville on Stanloy Pool with the eight hundred miles of water way below Nokki Should the project succeed it is hoped tc devel- Â¬ op an extensive trade with the heart of Africa Goods will be brought down ail the tributaries of the mighty river from regions to be measured By tens of thou- Â¬ sands of square miles to the starting point of the new line thence carried to Nokki by rail and reshipped from that port for Europe and to the N w World The design is bold almost to temerity but the names of the promot-Â¬ ers seem to show that there is money in it Business men do not sink a couple of millions in barely civilized quarters of the earth without sntisfino them Â¬ selves of a fair prospect of profit Per Â¬ haps the chief gains looked for in Man Â¬ chester are to be derived from trade rather than divideuds But after all the one involves the other If the Congo Valley Road opem up new markets to Manchester it wUl bring profits to its adventurous shareholders and if these are left empty handed it can only I e because the merohwits do neck the brown green and gold and violet of whose tail made a beautiful play of colors in the shifting sunlight Bob was every wldt as vain as the peacock else he never would have vied with or aped him so If the peacock promenaded along the top of the board fence with a haughty air trying to daz- Â¬ zle peoples eyes with his lustrous splendor Bob would strut up and down the gravel walk with an air just as haughty and twice as ridiculous Look at the He seemed to say monster His features are the coaisa colors of the rainbow My feathers are every one as white as snow I am twice as pretty as he Hear his harsh Then voice He cant crow lean up he would fly to the fence top and follow right in his rivals footsteps crowing lustily until tired of being crowed over by that little midget the favorite would vanish tail and all Bob had accomplishments He would stand erect upon the palm of Franks outstretched hand and at the word of command shut both eyes hide his head under his wing and pretend to be fast asleep The Marsh children had so many pets that they played menagerie with t hem on Saturdays Admittance one cent and always a full house Frank had a mustang pony five rabbits a woodchuck and a coon Elmer had a calf a guinea pig a lamb and a dog Carrie who was only four years old had only tabby and her five kittens Bob was a joint possession These pets would have formed a Happy iamily had it not been for Bobs jealousy Ii Frank caressed his pony if Elmer patted his calf or Car- Â¬ rie hugged Tabby Bob would ily into their faces like a small fury Then Elmer would seize and stroke him Frank feed him loppered milk and Carrie call him pet names until his ruffled feelings were smoothed and Bobby was himself again The children had their hands full to keep peace on his ac- Â¬ count Every member of the family had something against him He acted so Katy the Bohe- Â¬ mian hired girl told them he had torn her new ball dress made of pink meant to make a pie of him bake it in a patty Dan and eat that pie herself hateful little rooster Frank and Elmer did not believe Yes he had she Katy and said so said she was at the well talking with John Nikota when something came whack up against the back of her neck She ran into the house the door slammed to her dres3 was caught and dreadfully torn just rained There there you did it yourself cried Frank Elmer said No busi- Â¬ ness to wear such a slimsy dress They began quarreling when Carrie said 1 know what made Bob tear What said all their Katys dress Cos Bob he was voices in concert This wittyjealous of Katys beau remark of Carrie s restored harmony at once and no doubt saved Bob s Kos-ta-ma-laa- ky - Said one of the most successful merchants of Cleveland O a day or two since to a lad who was opening a Yonng man untie these parcel strings dont cut them It wasnt the first remark he had made to a new employe- - It was the first lesson for the lad to learn and involved pria ciples of success or failure in his busiÂ¬ ness career Pointing to a well dressed man behind the counter he said There is a man who whips out his scissors and cuts the strings of the package in three or four places He fs a good salesman but will never be anything more I presume he lives from hand to mouth and very likely is more or less in debt The trouble with him is that he was never taught to save I told the boy just now to untie the string instead of cutting it not so much for the value of the string as to teach him that everything mturt be saved and nothing wasted- - Jf fhc idea can be firmly impressed upon the mind at a beginning in life that nothing- - waa made to be wasted you have laid the foundation of success The moral of this little inerdent is self evident A young man well brought up with a fair education seeks employment in a business house The habit of waste in little things noticeable and becomes a drawback on his value and usefulness to his employ Â¬ er The disregard of saving string and paper develops into carelessness that runs through all his habits He does not get on in the world because h is wasteful Small sums slip through his fingers almost uncon Â¬ sciously because they are smalL Ha wastes time by the minute without a Take care thought of the old adage of the minutes and the hours will take care of themselves Sitting in the counting room of one of Clevelands oldest and most suc- Â¬ cessful merchants of the day we noticed that he cr4-- off the blank sheets of the letters he was engaged in tiling The name of this man is a synonym of character and benevolence and his liberality in all good works is almost Hi3 attention being unbounded called to what seemed to be an unu- Â¬ Yes it sual proceeding he said may strike you as a singular thing to save these half sheet of paper but I commenced life as a boy in a country store and this was one of the first les-Â¬ sons in saving little things that was taught me by my employer He has been nearly half a century under the sod butlneverdo this without thinking of the good old man I believe it was the cause of my success in life This saving of little things doe3 not imply stinginess or meanness It is simply the habit of saving instead of wasting It is embodied in the motto Waste not want not Therefore we do say Dont cut the string Netosboys Appeal ness Amusing as Well as Instructive Mr Guthrie once told a story which was as suggestive of a moral as it was amusing A friend of his questioning n hen yonr father a little boy said and mother forsake you Johnny do you know who will take you up And who said he Yes sir was The police said the friend Parents will do answer Johnnys well to consider the truth there was in this reply The parent who is too much occupied or too selfish to look after the training of his child need not be snrprised to see the child come to serious harm Turn him into the street to find hia companionship and pleasure because ir costs lime and patience and money to furnish him attractions at home and if th police do not take him up it may be owing to official negli Â¬ gence Society also and the churches may be reminded that if the number of bad men and bad women is not to multiply- in the future as in the past somobody must care for the forsaken children of unchristian household - Mrs Marsh was vexed at him and threatened to have him beheaded be- Â¬ cause he flew on to the kitchen table and ate the top crust off her pies At this threat Carrie seized and hid him under a sieve in the woodhonse cham- Â¬ ber feeding him in the meantime so Suggestion One hundred and twenty six thou sand miles of railway are now resonant A Timely not thnxe 8L Joints Gazelle ZiotSs Advocate much rich fruit cake he came near dy Â¬ ing of dyspepsia The music teacher both feared and hated him because he was for ever shocking her nerves by jumping sud denly upon ner shoulders and nymg into her face unexpectedly He hated her because the noise of her piano drowned his crows He wished always to be heard But the children be- Â¬ friended him and saved his life many a time Once though they thought it was all over with their favorite He had not a spark of reverence in that great soul of his not an atom He was saucy to the minister Let Mr Marsh hear of that it would be useless for them to interfere Perhaps Bob was angry because that An Indian scholar at the Carlisle solnm faecd minister so frightened TEer fchr children that they had not petted school vrote homer Pa him since Iu3 arrival At any rate he should be no Indians witiunsthe Lmiaid tates wrapped in blanket wenotf sr never showed more fight or rage in hia -v eople arajo bosy working when he Hewat the parson lifehni -- with commerce in the United States Each mile contains 3000 wooden ties the average life of the tic is ten years each year 10 per cent of the ties Is re- Â¬ newed At GO cents apiece the an-Â¬ nual cost is more than 20000000 and ten years from date every tie now ix use will have been renewed Tlnnfe J of the forests thus destroyed and of the other means of consumption of timber products in bridges cars5 warehouses depots and fuel which the voracious and insatiable railroad also employ and do they replace any trees Not as yet But the conrts have de Â¬ clared the rights of the Sfcttes to rugu late railroads in many ways and why not as to their utilization fur tre planting along their lines on their 100 leet of right of wa V Sterling Jftr ton j ir Outing 1 V iAjSl - S fc KtBiiiiiijiiififML iihiiiwimihilIi i HIM1 urTinnr C r- v nfcC1 - Mabel Geeen Herald Irtera Yer JUas hi AfvSKet wisptv r faMMWaaiF MM ttMfiM iCMSiMpaWMKMMdMH Jl -- j Legislation Then and Nov Louisville Commercial attt ps tvi ri I COOPER Si LYTTLE PsMufrers mhI Proprietors Eateres at tke Haw1 Green PostofScc as oeM eMfis awul matter SJFs lfc-- py ssmexcbr cooper HAZEL GREEN WSDKESDAY- - Editor KY MARCH 10 1886 S- - fitr fe f Ticket democratic ia August 18SC FirstHonday SsrBteti Circuit Judge 13th DistrictTor v - JOHN E COOPER porCommonwelths Attorney Cou L M DAY 5 J From the Frankfort Daily Capital v L Ccty School Supt DAVID Ceart CatvgfecriC Cicrk CENTER HOGG GT CirfiHk CoHrt Clerk AV F ELTCINB CEUEY Aesser W G WDRAKE JgllcrGEOIV Sarvcver H BUEXS KASH Cerocr P1ELDEN COX - CeastvAttorney-r-- Cfraatv jHSgc B SWANGO C LYKINS JOIDf M ROSE of the Democratic party We are amthorized to announce B M COMBS a candidate for the office of Survey Â¬ or f Breathitt county subject to the action Breatfeitt AaHOHHcements er ia Louisville in reference to the pro spacer corps recently said to a report Col WJ E Merrill of the U a army Â¬ posed improvement of the Licking river An appropriation large enough to make ike XScldng river navigable would do zAHck towards bringing out the resources - of Northern Kentucky State Senator Albert 5 Perry of Newport is now in Washington to present the Lickings claims to the river and harbor committee When he left home he fancied that as Speaker Carlisle lives on the banks of the Licking he would find an attentive asd appreciative audience in the com- Â¬ mittee As yet he is meeting with but little success Cleveland makes the following manly Htatemcnt again proving our prediction in the first issue of The Herald a cor-Â¬ Neither the discontent of rect one In a message to the senate President fc party friends nor the allurements con Owingsville Outlook Felix Otis a stastly offered of confirmations of ap Â¬ young man who left this country a few pointees conditioned upon the avowal years ago has turned up as a gold miner in Arizona He writes that he is paid 90 per that suspensions have been made on month and has board thrown in for digging party grounds alone nor the threat pro Â¬ the precious stuff posed in the resolutions now before the Lexington Press Thomas Rodman of senate that no confirmations will be made Bourbon county has a littlelamb It has two heads It sucks with one mouth and pats unless the demands of that body be com Â¬ grass with the other Great lamb great lie plied with are sufficient to discourage There are in the Kentucky penitentiary or deter me from following in the way goffin Breathitt Owsley Lee Powell 12 convicts under 15 years of age and 256 which I am convinced leads to better Menifee and Wolfe defeating Hon- - It between the ages of 15 and 20 years Lexington only requires 6000 more M Pieratt of Morgan and Hon S H- Â¬ government for the people to complete the subscription to her new Patrick of Breathitt At the August opera house in the public debt dur-Â¬ election 1883 he was elected over Col A The reduction The Republican Enterprise is the name Clark of Owsley county the republiH ing February amounted to 2102153 can candidate by a majority of 960 votes cf a new paper to be started at Majiviile by The Bet cash in the treasury is 72298- ile is and has been a farmer for 35 Tom Davis A new paper called the Pulaska County 202 a decrease of about seven and a half years has been a member of the Chris- Â¬ tian church for 41 years has taught Banner has just been started at Somerset Taillian dollars since February 1st The school 99 months has 11 living children fctore of standard silver dollars has in- Â¬ Breens Liniment is pronounced by all among them Hon William P7 Taulbee creased about three millions during the who now represents the 10 th congression- Â¬ who have used it to be the greatest remmonth andnow amounts to 171805506 al district ot Kentucky in the congress edy for rheumatism sprains cuts bruises etc sola DV Customs receipts were a million and a of the United States J T F Day Hazel Green half more than in February 1885 In Â¬ Look Heue Read this please We D D Landsaw Stillwater Cassidy ternal revenue receipts were nearly three have carried slow customers until we are Robinson Campton quarters cf a million more than the Jan- Â¬ loaded down and it is impossible to con- Â¬ THE KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE uary receipts The recepts from miscel- tinue to credit those whose notes and ac- Â¬ counts are past due Wc must have Courier Journal The bill to amend laneous sources were 1530517 nearly from you and will take live stock atpay its and revise the revenue laws of the state the less than during the previ- value on uote3 and accounts half a million Do not fruit of months of intelligent labor on the ous month Altogether government re- call for credit even if you are good if part of Auditor Hewitt the most accom ceipts for February exceeded January you are owing us and have not settled plishod student of state finances in the south west and We mean what we say J T F Day of the which nan received the approval receipts nearly a million dollars committee on revenue and taxation met another defeat in the house yesterday The total receipts of the government The Business Outlook for 1886 It is unfortunate that the constitution does for the first eight months of the current Baltimore Sun permit a revenue measure to be introduced fiscal year amounted to 217C03G52 The business outlook for 1886 is upon as A bill to declare Goose branch a navi Under that title this bill Â¬ the whole an encouraging one Transac- gable stream against 213743645 for the correspondwould have been sent are upon a safer basis than in the approval weeks aeo to the governor for ing eight months of the preceding year tions boom years the effect of the stress of while the expenditures have been 173 the past three years of decreased demand A bill to prohibit the sale of liquors within one mile of Rocky Hill in Edmonson 606338 or about a quarter of a million having been to compel liquidations The county caused more debate than was exmore than for the first eight months of failures for 1885 were less in number pected of a local measure Some of its than in 18S4 and a great deal less as friends said that the doctors were in the the previous fiscal year respects the sum total of losses What habit of allowing any one to have liquor on is of perhaps greater significance i3 the prescription A Louisville reporter has interviewed fact that there is a decided decrease in Mr Newuan offered a bill to incorporate Col Bennett H Young of the Kentucky the proportion of failures to the number the Young liens mutual life association of Kentucky Its object is to Union Tallrord who recently yisited of traders in business There has been aid for the widows orphansprovide financial falling offin our exports but there has members of the association and heirs of the England and elicited the following opin- Â¬ a been a corresponding decline in our imA compromise pleuro pneumonia bill ions as to the future of Kentucky Col ports The aggregate of transactions in Richprepared by clearing house and mercantile ex- Â¬ has been an indication Representative is not the Young said ardson that the house 4I found the sentiment in London in changes during December shows a mark- Â¬ expected to pacn the first bill over the govregard to American investments greatly ed increase and is a hopeful indication ernors veto changed A while ago the English The products of the farm arc not in the The senate has passed a bill creating would have nothing to do with Ameri Â¬ same demand abroad as in some former the nineteenth judicial district to be comcan enterprises so often had they been years nor have they been as a rule ap- Â¬ posed of the counties of Clay Leslie Perry the caught by wild cat schemes But now preciated ia the past few months inclass- Letcher Knot and Breathitt domestic market but for important Today will be an interesting one in the there is a most favorable reaction and I iound a disposition to put capital large es of manufactured articles there has house as both the pleuro pneumonia and capital in legitimate American projects been a greatly increased demand with a superior court bills will come up enhancement ot price Nine hundred and I am Terr hopeful that auelarge amount J corresponding for example sell freely been introduced in theeighty two bills have Iron and steel lower house mvesrcu in pi urinsn capital win high recent visit of State at what would have been considered m d Kentucky- - The Breens Liniment removes knots and jGeologist Proctor was of great advantage rates six mon ths ago Nai Is th e de an for which may betaken as an index of all enlargements on horses or other stock the state to Â¬ Did you meet Mr Proctor across the the degree of activity prevailing in vari- No cure no pay Sold by ous large industries have recorded an J T F Day Hazel Green ocean2 D D Landsaw Stillwater Â¬ appreciable advance within the last 90 Yes and I learned that the informa Cassidy Robinson Campton days Railroad building was more active tion he had to impart regarding the in 18S5 than was generally supposed resources of Kentucky was most favora GENERAL AND CONGRESSIONAL bly received He was well received and j 3118 miles having been constructed In His state- the vear upon which we have now enter great respect was shown him Fred Douglas colored has ments regarding the unrivaled mineral ed the prospect is thought to be good lor the office of recorder of deeds for resigned the Dislargely increased mileage The stimu- Â¬ wealth of the state had great weight and a C Matthews lus to business expected from the employ- Â¬ trict of Columbia and James been appointhe described the wonderful mineral colored of New York state has wealth of this state in such a way to the ment thus given to numerous industries ed by President Cleveland to the vacancy very considerable capitalists of that country interested could hardly fail to be of stocks At Pierre Lorillards sale of thoroughat points The general exhaustion that I think Kentucky has a better of consumption consequent upon the breds at Jobstown N Y Feb 27th 37 head of horses brought 149050 the Dwyer Bros chance to attract English money than policy adopted by buyers Brooklyn paving 70000 for 5 head Pontiac any other state in the Union Mr Proc Â¬ Â¬ factor of in a tor stands well with geologists abroad ationfalling market is a a steady the situ- brought 9000 demand which insures The drivers on many of the street car and as I say there seems to be a genuine among English investors of upon the manufacturer and importer lines in New York struck for higher wages appreciation Should anything occur to improve the on Wednesday last and on some of the pnr great mineral wealth price of our staple agricultural produc- Â¬ roads there was no travel tion a period of active trade must ensue At Fort Worth Texas on inst O H Rothacker has bought the Wash Â¬ For this favorable event we must perhaps 300 employseB of the railroadthe 3d work quil Â¬ ington Hatchet The Hatchet has chang- look abroad Europe is at present sup Â¬ instantly and stuck for an increase from ed its typographical as well as its edito- plied with cheap food products of Russia 115 to 150 per dar rial head and is vastly improved by India and Australia to an extent that in- Â¬ The bill appropriating 75000000 to hoth changes Frankfort Capital Â¬ pay the soldiers pensions for the next fiscal capacitates her for taking our entire surpassed the We inow Rothacker we know him plus Wheat is lower on this on the yearWednesday lower house of congress last ell and kindly we were once short stop other side of the Atlantic than here but The President has nominated Brig the Balkin peninsua be next in abase ball nine when he wa3 left should the scene of the war between Rus Gen Alfred II Terry to be Major general spring vice W S Hancockdeceased fielder Besides we worked with him in Rev Sam Jones is preaching in Chica- sia and Austria which so many prophets the Dispatch office at Lexington along concur in predicting would no doubt be om ts onHionfvw bf nvorairn nbrmf In about 1875 and knowing himr predict higher prices for American grain ShouldÂ¬ at each meeting of cotton be drawn into the conflict cotFifty thousaud thathe will not only brighten but im England grain would experience a boom j was burned in 2ew dollars worththe 3d inst York city on ton and prove the keen edge of the Hatchet Mechanics all over the country are that would recall that of 1SS0 Aside however from these speculations for striking for higher wages Seatiael Democrat Congressman Taul the prosperity of one nation does not by the misery of T heIa assured that an appropriation will anv means depend upon 1886 is certam- T made to survey Licking river from j another the outlook for HAZEL GREEN KY armors to WCSt XjiDerty- - ai me eng jjy gooaior conservative uusjuicsa mcu reorsfeall make a report that navigation There is no immediate prospect for big cm be Improved by building locks and- money but at the same time they can 35rMaUes and repairs all kinds of Fanning un the at the next session of con- feel assured the worst is passed and that Tools Buggies and Wagons especial attenappropriation can be secured to they can now begin to count upon larger Horse Shoeing will receive -- 81esif not larger profits tion JgIW tib teck Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- William Harrison Taulbee senator from the 34th district of Kentucky was born June 24th 1824 in the county of Breathitt then Perrv state of Ken tucky He i3 descended from the old French Huguenot families of the Caroli nas His grand father William Taulbee whose remains rest in Breathitt count was a soldier of the Revolutionaiy War and served in the Carolina with Green and Morgan and was at the battles of Kings mountain Cow Pens and mam others After the war he married Miss Margaret Cauady settled in Wilks coun- Â¬ ty iorth Carolina and raised a large family all of whom came to the mountains of Kentucky about the year 1S10 William E Taulbee the father of Senator Taulbee was born in North Carolina in 1793 He married Nancy Cockerham in North Carolina who emigrated to Illinois in 1836 and three years afterwards the subject of this biography was an or-Â¬ phan wandering about for three years without any guide to conduct him or shelter to cover him We next find him at the little village of Hazel Green at the age of 18 years unable to read and starting out in life alone When the Mexican war broke out he left his home and went to Lexington Ky and entered the company of Lawrence B Robinson of the 3a Kentucky infantry and follow- Â¬ ed the flagof his country to the great imperial city of the Aztecs After the close of the war he returned to Hazel Green and on the 10th day of Septem- Â¬ ber 184S be married Mary Ann Wilson In 1850 Taulbee settled on the head wa ters of Red river in Morgan county where he now lives In 185S he was elected clerk of Morgan count court and in August 1861 he resigned his office and entered the Confederate army under Gen Jno S Williams He entered the army as a private was soon promoted to sergeant major of the old fifth Kentucky infantry then promoted to lieutenant in compny A and in 1862 was made adju Â¬ tant of the regiment He was an old line whig until in 1856 When his party ceas- Â¬ ed to be a national party he united with the democratic party and has been an earnest worker in its interest and for its success ever since In 1S83 he was nominated in a democratic convention held for the 34th senatorial district for a seat in the senate of Kentucky from the coun- Â¬ ties composed of Morgan Johnson Ma- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Senator Wm Harrison Taulbee giapains in the back and side etcever produced J T F Day Hazel Green D D Landsa w Stillwater Cassidy Robinson Campton p uiaumtjrYuas never ueen equaled Ladies and fentpmn xrlll rtnri PiiRvrma TREATMENT pleasant to take sure and TSIBD EACE UfflOH STE3ST3 puuidiicm in us action iacn package con tains Over onft mnnths ti nlnAi Tl session printed yesterday in the Com- Â¬ Treatmemt with some late discoveries and mercial showed how the whole sixty days auuuiojis nas oeen used lor over 30 vears of the session have been employed by by Dr Turner in St Louis in private and THE JOHN SHiLLITQ COMPANY the members in humble efforts to do good hospital practice Treatment per Price pack to their home towns and counties These age 1 Turners three packages 2 sent prepaid on Wholesaleand Retail Dealers in men are not seeking personal fame in the receipt of price Thousands of cases of dis great v ord one of them would devote eases mentioned above have been cured his time gladly to An act to permit the with one package and knowing as we do gate keeper on the turnpike near Blue its wonderful curative cfFects the Treat- Â¬ Lick springs to keep a yellow dog free ment having been inused in private practice for over 30 years give of taxation if such a law were desired the following Written St Louis we will nnU crnnmnisa- - WStlt by that individual The desire of the order for 3 boxes accompanied by 2 we average legislator to oblige his friends uiitacuu uur wriueu guarantee to refund the money if the Treatment does not effect should count much in his favor a cure Send monev by postal note or at LBlake Co Sixth Race Seventh George Streets Brecns Liniment is certainly the best our risk Address and Market Streets St Louis Mo conbination of remedies for made more fame by upon matters upon which the public knew little but the member of the sitting legislature who had passed An act to tc peal an act to establish a toll gate on the Wilderness turnpike road in Bell coun- Â¬ ty did a far nobler work in making glad the hard worked yeomanry of his own country Marshall gained the ears and the confidence of some of the great people about Washington but he never displayed the minute caro for the good of his ever--daneighbors showed bv the present legislator who has had the honor to secure An act for the benefit of common school District No 3 in Boyd county Guthrie doubtless became sec- Â¬ retary of the treasury by neglecting such attention to the people among whom he lived as prompted somebody at Frank- Â¬ fort last month to have passed An act to repeal an act entitled an act allowing any constable in the city of Newport to1 appoint one deputy Such instances can be multiplied fiindenitely A refer-Â¬ ence to the list of legislative acts for this y There is a mistaken impression in ken tucky that John Breckinridge Humphrey Marshall Henry Clay John Rowan James Guthrie and some others of their day were great statesmen Every schoolboy is taught to impress some of these names upon his memory as fit patterns for his future conduct either as a private citizen or public character But our latter-day statesmen are showing bv their conduct at Frankfort that Clav and his colleagues never reached the first princi- Â¬ ples of the work of promoting the public interest Possibly the great com moiier Â¬ HBADACH POSITIVELY CURED Cokxep Main KENDALL HOUSE Mrs Gen Augus The table is supplied with the best the tus Williams of Parsons Kas who was ap- Â¬ pointed by the governor and State of Kan- market affords Experienced hand in charge sas lady commissioner to the Worlds Fair of stable Charges reasonable at New Orleans says Tueners Treat Â¬ ment completely cured roe and I think it T DAY has no egual for curing all symptoms arising from a disordered stomach or from nervous Marshal and General Detective debility For female complaints there is nothing like it MAYTOWX KY Will attend to ferreting out criminals in Young or old if you arc suffering from gen- any part of the country and guarantees sat eral debility of the system headache back- Â¬ isfoction in even case where employed ache pain in oneor both sides general lassi- Â¬ Orders by mail promptly attended to tude bearing down pains in the abdomen flashes of heat palpitation of the heart sm6theringin the breast fainting sensations nervous debility coughing neuralgia wake- Â¬ fulness loss of power memorv and appetite or weakness of a private nature We will guarantee to cure you with from 1 to 3 pack- Â¬ importers and jobbers of ages of the treatment As a uterine tonic it has no equal Â¬ Turxkes Treatment WEST LIBERTY KY Thousands of cases of sick and nervons headache are cured eyerv year by the use of Mrs E C Kendall - Proprietress ad Phestonsbupg Sts HARD TIMES -- - t i - J w DOWN GO THE PBiCES Vre are now receiving another LARGE AND WELL BELECTEB JSTOCK of every variety of Goods to supply the demands of all oui euafomera at Whole- Â¬ sale and Retail which we PROPOSE TO SELL FOR CASH qc exchange for Produce and Live Stock We have often tried to establish atrade on a CaeU b3fe but have as often failed We have alao notified our friends aad customers of tie DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF THE CREDIT SYSTEM and ourmteatioa to reform our business but little attention has been given to what we here a Now we intend to establish upon the ruin3 of the old credit 3ysteia a STSICTLY CASH BUSINESS which will enable us to sell you soqda To the Women Â¬ Cheaper Than You Have Ever Bought Before We in particular invita the attention of RIVER MENand ftfera Hm our large stock of CLOTHING DRY GOODS c c which we are oSidagat special low prices for cash To all of our customers havine accounts due we most earnestly stficttb coe forward and make settlements You owe ft to us to do so as well astorcmrselva F as honorable men Wc will sell you goods cheaper than you Iivc ever bought tbenvbefore w can bettor aSbrd it because we will take no risk oa time Respectfully one box has etlectcd a complete cure It is a special specific and sure cure for young or middle aged men and women who are sutfer jng from nervous debility or exhausted vital- Â¬ ity causing dimness of sight aversion to so Â¬ ciety want of ambition c For Whether caused from overwork oftho brain or imprudence is speedily cured by Turn- Â¬ ers Treatment In hundreds of cases Nervousness AND- - F DAY Strengthening the nerves and restoring vital D YSPSPSIA CELESTINA PERFECTION AT LAST 3TJSE LATEST AND Cincinnati Greatest Sfes Â¬ DRY GOODS AUTOMATIC Musical INSTRUMENTS Of the Age OATALOTIrSrSEE it CARPETINGCincinnati with cornsneural BOONEVILLE i i a UJL ft j O n e W SHIVELY PoatofSce Campbellaville Ky EMILY T RIPP MM FOR 1 OFERA PMO Ky m And dealer in ORGANS aad all kladtrsC Musieai UOCJ3 5 9 Fourth Avenue LouUvllI THE JSW i JJJLtuJ iiUiiltUlil I THE STATE AT LARGE BOONEVILLE OWSLEY COUNTY - KENTUCKY AinM Burgundsr Go lilHNVIlN v ANil DYNE V wV A 8choo3 for Teachers A SANDERS 17 and 19 Hopkins Place nP- Hoarseness Siarrhcoa CTTKZS Principal 1S31 1SS3 18S4 BALTIMORE Ml Misb Nannie Pihher gradual ALLIE SANDErF Happiness results from that true contentment which Indicates perfect health of hody and inind You may possess it i you will purify and invjgorate your blood with Ayer3 Sarsa parilla E 31 Howard Newport X H writes I suffered for years with Scrof- Â¬ ulous humors After using two bottle3 of Ayers Sarssparilla I Birdie Sakder3 are er Thaae pUla were s wonderful discovery No otaers lEca thaw Is tho worti Will peetttrely 4 bascoc coat eta elleve all manner of disease Tcoinftrnsatlcaaratisd sash bcx is worth tcuttasaa IUuat rated jaassiltt fc VH rt LDSnUl Kiw fhm 9ri wrtT will nlW Tlflla HnH tIUl DUi free Sold evervwhere or aent by mall for 55c In stamps Hz Z B JOH JTSOif CO 33 C JK- - Si PARSONS Â¬ aV WAi MAKE 9 3TZW HICK BLOOD PUIS QJ ti L TEACHERS CAN ENTER AT ANY TIME Sheridans Condition Powder ia absolutely pure and highly con centrated One ounce qs Ifm 151 la worth a noand of VI N 1JJ HV Xrf asy other kind It is strictly a medicine to be eiven with food Sold everywhere or sent by mail for 5 casts is ataaps Six caa by express prepaid for 3500 Iif ill Mr ilrlP izfl is B ElSftilk H Ps 1131131 Ms p Tiatawe oa will xaaas fcattl lasjr Uka it It earwa cixlekas afenlara aad B UdlS3S4 of hass- 3 rrtfS CS Mi 1 13 woi 1 weWat ins old Illustrated B book br mail sasa t krjBaU SUM S 1 4 lb airdxht CO JOZHSOX 1 K w V ii 12 to Third Term commences Jan 27 1886 and the Fourth Term commences April 6th 1836 Found great reiief It has entirely restored me to health James French Atchison Ivans writes To all persons suffering from Liver Complaint I would strongly recom- Â¬ mend Ayer2 Sarsapariila I was afflicted with a diseasc of the liver for nearly two years whpn a friend advised me to take this medicine It gave prompt relief and ha3 cured me aw Mill for Sale JSazel Green Academy I have a saw mill which I wish to sell in Â¬ cluding a 10 TEN HORSE ENGINE Teachers Terms Tuition H jSSS per Term Write for Catalogue tree 1000 Third and Fourih HAZEL GREEN KY Â¬ OH JP E S3k W Â¬ Â¬ COTT ERCA Has attained a standard of excellence whic admits of no superior It contains every improvement that Inventive Bcnius skill and money can produce Mrs II 31 Kidder 41 Dwight St Boston Mass writes For several years I have used Ayers Sarsa parilla in my family I never feel safe even Â¬ - At Home Â¬ without it Â¬ esoel piiglafl 3fEASS As a liver mcdlcino and general purifier of the blood It has no equal Mrs A B Allen Wintcrpock Va writes My youngest child two years of age was tnken with Bowel Com- Â¬ plaint which we could not cure Ve tried many remedies but ho continued to grow worse and finally became so reduced In flesh that we could only move him upon a pillow It was suggested by one of the doctors that Scrofula miht be the cause of the trouble We procured a bottlo of The Trustees of thia nstitUlihr0lsTev aesin secured the services of Frofrf B The large is the DISTON CFISSEL BIT IfAYS and the third term will commence and the Mill a No 1 STANDARD GARR AUGUST 3IST 1ES5 and continue tea 10 months CO SCOTT Hazel Green is the most desirable loca Â¬ Address tion in the monntnlns of Eastern- Kentucky W DEJARTT J 8nd noifrd for the advantages it kas in churches temperance societr P O Box 602 Paius Ky and health This school presents advantages which are not equalled in the State in many pai ticulars and ii future is destined to work a HAZEL GREEN KY good to our countrv which will be felt Terms reasonable for both tuition and at the head of Low Prices with ev Â¬ Stands applv- to board For terms erything you want in Prof N B HAYS Principal n The saws are 52 and 30 inches respectively San--day-scrr- F McGUIBB Boots Shoes Hats Clothing ic - DRY GOODS NOTIONS GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGS FLOUR BACON fcc 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 jjoods F McGUIRE or Instant Use As a reliable remedy In cases of Creep Vhooplnjc Cough or auddeu Cokk and for the prompt relief and cure of throat and lung diseases Ayers Cberry Pectoral is invaluable Jfrs IL G Edfceriy Council Blufls Iowa writes Xeaaakkc Ayers Cherry Pecteral a moat remedy for home use I have testad its curative power In my family wwy- times during the past thirty years sb4 have never known It to fall It will re- Â¬ lieve the most serious sJTectioRt of th throat aud lungs whether ia children ec adulis John H Stoddard Petenbarj Ys writes I have never Xauad a mOr ichaa equal to -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ These Organs ore celebrated for volume quality of tone quick response artistic desipn beauty in finish perfect construction making thorn tho most desirable organs for homes schools churches lodges societies etc Si OO 13 WEEKS o LG0 Â¬ ESTABLISHED BEPUTATIOW UKEQUAtEO FACILITIES SKILLED 1YORKXEJT COMBINED UAK23 THIS arsapamla and commenced giving It to him It nurely worked wonders for in a short time he was completely cured Sold by all Druggists Â¬ BEST MATEBIAJL The POLICE GAZETTE will he mailed securely wrapped to any address in the UnitedStates for three months on receipt of ONE DOLLAR Liberal discount allowed to postmaslers agents and cluhs Sanrplu copies mailed free Address all orders to RICHARD K FOX Franklin Sqcake N Y iprtaat -- THE POPULAR OBGM Instruction Books and Piano Stools atalogues and Price Lists on application 0H1CA6Q COTTAGE ORGAN GO CHICAGO Price 1 Six bottles 5 Prepared by Dr J C Aver The Celebrated fc Co Lowell Max USA tssb tC LYTLB DEALERS CO IN Cherry Pectoral SCHCOL DESK for the prompt relief of throat ad kne diseases peculiar to children I cowfcler it an absolute cure for all such afieetfeai and am never without it la ths howe Mrs L E Herman 1ST Mercer st Jersey City writes I have always fegag Ayers Cherry Pectoral useful lamyfasa lly B T JohnsoH Mt Savage X writes For the speedy cure of Mtddaa Colds and for the relief of childrekaMict ed with Croup I have never foowi aajr thing equal to Ayers Cherry Pectoral It Is the most potent of all tfee remedies I have ever used IV H Stickler Terr Haut Ind writes Ayers Cherry Pectoral cured my wife of a severe hag affection supposed to be Quisle Co sumption We now regard the Peeterxl as a household necessity E3fJSrscle enrldge Brainerd Minn write z -- AYERS Randolph and Ann Sts W N HALDEMAN Procideat of the Great LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL CO Telia What Ha Knows of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ WINTEBSMITH S 96 G H hand-to-mou- th CHILL CURE Sir I wiiye a mle I lure 6bstrrd tot value of aanj years the reply to youryour remedy prompt request what I know ing me to say ia ot your Chili Cure Th e private assurances of its efficacy 1 had and the Rood results of its ctTccts I had observed on Mr R W Meredith who for mora than fiftetn years has been foreman of ny office it in my famHy The results isduced me to The first case was have been entirely satisfactory of two yean sundinr in which I believe every Pearl St CINCINNATI W KITE -- O Dr Orncx or ths Coujux JotnraiL Lctotoix lyitcUrstttttA Â¬ DEAN POLLARD Importers and Jobbers IN manufactured by the Â¬ tst C J known remedy had been tried with temporary re Â¬ periodically and seemingly Your cure broke them at with increased oace and there has been no recurrence of them for more than six months The other case was of a milder form and yielded more readily to other remedies but the chills would return at intervals until your medicine was used since which time nowseveral months they have entirely disappeared From the opportunity I have had to Judge Tdo not hesitate to esprest mv belief that your Chill Cure is a valuable upecific and perfornsall yon promise Very respectfully for it W N HALDEMAN liefthe chills returning severity Qiieensware Glassware N am subject to Bronchitis and wberevscj go am always sure to have a bottle e i - Sidney School Furniture Go Sole Proprietor c O John Loughlin Ayers Gheny PectinPREPARED 3 W cor Pearl and Walnut SIDNEY OHIO This Dcslc has hcen Adopted In Keail AH the Leading Schools of the Country with me It is without a rival for XM efcrs ru of bronchial affections Cincinnati ITRANEIillC 1625000 NOW IN USE Dr TC Ayer Co T Lowell JCmsv 4- - 1 J PIEEATT OE BRAWNER WITH BLACKSMITH TYPE Th typa on which this papar It prinUd in lOOTD lounarr exito Globes Registers Dictionary Holders Maps Map Cases Numeral Frames Charts Dictionaries Anatomical Models Sievers Garson Hardware Co 198 Tine Strict Oineinnatl Ohio At LISON SMITH Â¬ 637 W Main Street KY xii4 1 Microscopes And everything needed in a school room Write us for complete catalogue Ad Â¬ MAYTOWN KY dress from HOESE SHOEING A SPECIALTY Erasers Blackboards Liquid Slating Bells Crayon pr BLACKSMITH E J SOGSBS Si - - XOUISVILLE your paper envelopes ink pens at TheHehalb oficc pencils Sidney School flOiv Furniture SIDNEY Company OHIO Will repair Earning To wagons c Makes pkws Satisfaction guarastwl is ill cte Bcyj aer iijt r2 TSk21i - J9 1 - t ii 3irit iiS3efc k fc- - - jj- - -- - -- m m i IL tiiin n r -- a niK M irxmMTiU im iU 111 i iV jUu H ijil c tts fl iffiL Geeen tttW v Hmald Atfvaee mtmmmtum mmmmmmmMmmstmjimi hhtijcJ jMmmmmmmLj4 v Legislation Then and Now Louisville Commercial Ywtf Always In COOPER LYTTLE TMuHb6n a ad PregwJetors Iteierei tke Hswl Green Poatoffiee as tec4 6l ail atter SfcEXGEtt COOPER Editor 10 18861 1 1 HAZEL CREEN KY WED2TESDAYAIARCH - J0tkn tor Circuit Judge Col L Ticket democratic an August First Monday 13tU 18SC JOHN L COOPER PorCbnmonwelths Aitornev M BAY District From tbc Frankfort Daily Capital Cetv JBdge G B SWASGO Ctmatv Attorney J C LYKLNS Ceasiv Ceart Clerk DAVID HOGG Sfecrir G T CENTER Corn Cleric W F ELKINS 2irc Asacsser W G W CEUEY 4 fervcvor H BURNS KASH Coroner FIELDEN COX CoMty School Supt JOHN 31 ROSE We are authorized to announce B If COMBS a candidate for the office of Survey Â¬ Jailer GEO WDRAKE Breathitt AaBOHHcemeats or ef Breathitt county subject to the action T the Democratic party Col TV -- Wholeaaleaud Betail Dealers in receipt of price Thousands of cases of diseases mentioned above have been cured of Northern Kentucky State Senator with one package and knowing as we do its wonderful curative effects the Treat- Â¬ Albert S Perry of Newport is now in ment having been used in private practice Washington to present the Lickings for over SO years in St Louis we will give claims to therlver and harbor committee the following written guarantee With each order for 3 boxes accompanied by 2 we home he fancied that as When be left average legislator to oblige his friends will send our written guarantee to refund Speaker Carlisle lives on the banks of the money if the Treatment does not effect should count much in his favor a cure Send monev bv postal note or at the Licking be would find an attentive Blake Breens Liniment is certainly the best our risk Address E LLouis Mo Co Sixth Race Seventh George Streets and appreciative audience in the comand Market Streets St conbination of remedies for cornsneural mittee- As yet he is meeting with but Â¬ giapains in the back and side etc ever little success O produced where he now lives In 1S5S he was J T F Day Hazel Green W SHIVELY In a message to the senate President elected clerk of Morgan county court and D D Landsavt Stillwater Postoffice Campbellsville Ky Cas8idy manly in August 1861 he resigned his office and Cleveland makes tbc following Robinson Campton entered the Confederate army under statement again proving our prediction Gen Jno S Williams He entered the WITH in the first issue of The Herald a cor- Â¬ army as a private was soon promoted to Neither the discontent of sergeant major of the old fifth Kentucky rect one BOONEVILLE THE STATE AT LARGE Go Anbacli Burgundar nor the allurements con infantrv then promoted to lieutenant inÂ¬ party friends OWSLEY COUNTY - KENTUCKY compny A and in 1862 was made adjuÂ¬ Owingsville Outlook Felix Otis a Btaatly offered of confirmations of ap tant of the regiment He was an old line raan this country upon the avowal whig until in 1856 When his party ceas- Â¬ youngago haswho left up as a gold a few pointees conditioned years turned miner in I that suspensions have been made on ed to be a national party he united with Arizona He writes that he is paid 90 per A board party grounds alone nor the threat pro Â¬ the democratic party and has been an month and hasstuff thrown in for digging 17 and 19 Hopkins Place earnest worker in its interest and for its the precious posed in the resolutions now before the success ever since In 1S83 he was nom- Â¬ Lexington Press Thomas Rodman of BALTIMORE MD senate that no confirmations will be made inated in a democratic convention held Bourboa county has a little lamb IthaB two A SANDERS Principal body be com- Â¬ for the 34th senatorial district for a seat heads It sucks with one mouth and eats unless the demands of that grass with the other Great lamb great lie plied with are sufficient to discourage in the senate of Kentucky from the coun- Â¬ There are in the Kentucky penitentiary ties composed of Morgan Johnson Ma- Â¬ or deter me from following in the way goffin Breathitt Owsley Lee Powell 12 convicts under 15 years of age and 256 Mi38 Nannie Fihher graduate 1SS1 which I am convinced leads to better Menifee and Wolfe defeating Hon R between the ages of 15 aud 20 years 1SS3 Allie Sanders Lexington only requires 6000 more M Pieratt of Morgan and Hon S H- Â¬ results from that true contentment which government for the people 18S4 Birdie Sanders Patrick of Breathitt At the August to complete the subscription to her new indicates perfect health of body and mind opera house You may possess it if you will purify and The reduction in the public debt dur-Â¬ election 18S3 he was elected over Col A Â¬ The Republican Enterprise is the name republiIL Clark of Owsley county invigorate your blood with Ayer3 Sarsa ing February amounted to 2102153 can candidate by a majority the960 votes cf a new paper to be started at Mayiville by of TEACHERS CAN ENTER AT ANY parilla E SI Howard Newport N H The net cash in the treasury is 72298 He is and has been a farmer for 35 Tom Davis writes I suffered for yean with Scrof- Â¬ TIME A new paper called the Pulaska County 202 a decrease of about seven and a half years has been a member of the Chris- Â¬ ulous humors After using two bottles of Aycra Sarssparilla I raillian dollars since February 1st The tian church for 41 years has taught Banner has just been started at Somerset school 99 months has 11 living children of standard silver dollars has in- Â¬ among htorc Breens Liniment is pronounced by all Tuikd Term commences Jan 27 1SS6 them Hon William P7 Taulbee creased about three millions during the who now represents the 10th congression who have used it to be the greatest rem- Â¬ and the Fourth Term commences April 5th month and now amounts to 171805906 al district ol Kentucky in the congress edy for rheumatism sprains cuts bruises 1836 etc Sold bv great relief It has entirely restored me to Customs receipts were a million and a of the United States Teachers Terms Third and Fourih J T F Day Hazel Green health James French Atchisou Kans Tuition 1000 ter Term half more than in February 1885 In D D Landsaw Stillwater writes To all persons suffering from Look Here Bead this please We Cassidy ternal revenue receipts were nearly three have carried slow customers until we are Robinson Campton Complaint I would strongly recom- Â¬ Liver SWrite for Catalogue tree mend Ayerj Sarsaparilh I was afflicted ouariers of a million more than the Jan Â¬ loaded down and it is impossible to con- Â¬ THE KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE with a disease of the liver for nearly two uary xeceipts The recepts from miscel Â¬ tinue to credit those whose notes and ac-Â¬ years when a friend advised me to take Courier Journal nearly counts are past due We must have pay The bill to amend laneous sources were 51530517 from you and will take live stock at its this medicine It gave prompt relief and half a million less than during the previ- Â¬ value on notes and accounts Do not and revise the revenue laws of the state the fruit of months of intelligent labor on the has cured me Sirs II ST Kidder il ous month Altogether government reÂ¬ call for credit even if you are good if part of Auditor Hewitt the most accom- Â¬ Dwight St Boston Mass writes For ceipts for February exceeded January you are owing us and have not settled plished student of state finances in the south- Â¬ several years I have used Aycra Sarsa We mean what we say J T F Day west and which has received the approval parllla lu my family I never feel safe receipts nearly a million dollars of the committee on revenue and taxation even met another defeat in the house yesterday The total receipts of the government The Business Outlook for 1886 It is unfortunate that the constitution does Has attained a standard of excellence wbic for the first eight months of the current Baltimore Sun permit a revenue measure to be introduced admits of no superior It contains every improvement that fiscal year amounted to 217003652 The business outlook for 1S86 is upon as A bill to declare Goose branch a navi genius skill and money can produce inventive Under that title this bill against 213743645 for the correspond- Â¬ the whole an encouraging one Transac- Â¬ gable stream would have been sent As a liver medicino and without it tions are upon a safer basis than in the approval weeks aeo to the governor for ing eight months of the preceding year boom general purifier of tho blood It has no 3Tears the effect of the stress of while the expenditures have been 173 the past three years of decreased demand A bill to prohibit the sale of liquors equal Mrs A B Allen Winterpock Va writes STy youngest child two of a million having been to compel liquidations The within one mile of Rocky Hill in Edmonson G0633S or about a quarter county caused more debate than was exyears of age was taken with Bowel Com- Â¬ more than for the first eight months of failures for 1885 were less in number pected of a local measure Some of its plaint which we could not cure Wc tried than in 1SS4 and a great deal less as friends said that the doctors were in the the previous fiscal jear many remedies but ho continued to grow respects the sum total of losses What habit of allowing any one to have liquor on prescription worse and finally became so reduced in is of perhaps greater significance is the A Louisville reporter has interviewed fact that there is a decided decrease in flesh that we could only move him upon Mr Xewuan offered a bill to incorporate Young Mens mutual life association of a pillow It was suggested by one of the Col Bennett H Young of the Kentucky the proportion of failures to the number the Vn ISlSvJSrrySiBlBsiSsB of traders in business There has been Kentucky Its object is to provide financial doctors that Scrofula iniht be the cause VHATi3 Union railroad who recently yisited a falling off in our exports but there has aid for the widows orphans and heirs of the of the trouble Wc procurad a bottle of Â¬ England and elicited the following opin- been a corresponding decline in our im- members of the association A compromise pleuro pneumonia bill ions as to the future of Kentucky Col ports The aggregate of transactions in Richprepared by are celebrated for Tbeso the clearing house and mercantile ex has been an indication Representative is notÂ¬ quality ofOrgansquick response artisticvolume Young said ardson that the house tone desipn changes during December shows a mark- Â¬ expected to pan the first bill over the gov- Â¬ beauty in flnisb perfect construction making I found the sentiment in London in ed increase and is a hopeful indication them the most desirable organs for homes ernors veto regard to American investments greatly schools churches lodges societies etc The products of the farm are not in the changed A while ago the English The senate has passed a bill creating ESTABLISHED REPUTATION would have nothing to do with Ameri Â¬ same demand abroad as in some former the nineteenth judicial district to be com- Â¬ UNEQUAUED FACILITIES and commenced giving it to him It surely Â¬ can enterprises so often had they been years nor have they been as a rule ap- posed of the counties of Clay Leslie Perry SKILLED WOItK3IE3f worked wonders for in a short time he few months the in the caught by wild cat schemes But now preciated market past for importantinclass- Â¬ Letcher Knot and Breathitt BEST XTATEBIAX was completely cured but Today will be an interesting one in the and I domestic there is a most favorable reaction OOJfBLNKD MAKT3 THIS manufactured articles there has house as both the pleuro pneumonia and Sold by all Druggists found a disposition to put capital large es of in legitimate American projects been a greatly increased demand with a superior court bills will come up capital QRGfAH Price 1 Six bottles 5 enhancement of price Nine hundred and I am very hopeful that a large amount corresponding for example sell freely been introduced in theeighty two bills have Prepared by Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell steel lower house of British capital will be invested in Iron andwould have been considered high Instruction Books and Piano Stools lias U S A at what Kentucky The recent visit of State Breens Liniment removes knots and analogues and Price Lists on application TBX3 Geologist Proctor was of great advantage rates six months ago Nails the demand for which may betaken as an index of all enlargements on horses or other stock to the state Â¬ CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGAN CO Did you meet Mr Proctor across the the degree of activity prevailing in vari- No cure no pay Sold by recorded an ous large industries have J T F Day Hazel Green ocean xt Randolph and Ann Sts CHICAGO ILL D D Landsaw Stillwater informa Â¬ appreciable advance within the last 90 Yes and I learned that the Cassidy Robinson Campton DEALERS IN tion he had to impart regarding the days Railroad building was more active Kentucky was most favora in 18S5 than was generalty supposed resources of GENERAL AND CONGRESSIONAL miles having been bly received He was well received and 3113vear unon which we constructed In have now enter the Frfrsldeat of tho Great great respect ivas shown him His state- Â¬ Fred Douglas colored has ments xeEardinir the unrivaled mineral ed the prospect is thought to be good for the office of recorder of deeds for resigned the DisThe stimu- Â¬ LOUISYILLE COURIER JOURKAL CO wealth of the state had great weight and a largely increased mileage the employ- Â¬ trict of Columbia and James C Matthews lus to business expected from he described the wonderful mineral colored of New York state has been appoint- Â¬ Tello What Kb Knows of wealth of this state in such a way to the ment thus given to numerous industries ed by President Cleveland to the vacancy very considerable capitalists of that country interested could hardly fail to be of stocks points At Pierre Lorillards sale of thorough- Â¬ W at Has a better The generalexhaustion that I think Kentucky breds at Jobstown N Y Feb 27th 37 head consequent upon the of horses chance to attract English money than of consumption policy adopted by buyers brought 149050 theDwyer Bros Brooklyn paving 70000 for 5 head Pontiac O any other state in the Union Mr Proc Â¬ Â¬ factor of tor stands well with geologists abroad in a falling market is a a steady the situ- brought 9000 demand The drivers on many of the street car and as I say there seems to be a genuine ation which insures POLLARD G H DEAN KITE upcm the manufacturer and importer lines in New York struck for higher wages among English investors of appreciation or tjis Couxux JoirasAt Loujtstlix Omcx Should anything occur to improve the on Wednesday last and on some of the ovlt great mineral wealth Dr VMen miih price of our staple agricultural produc- Â¬ roads there was no travel rule I hare oWmJ for Sir I widre and tions a period of active trade must eusuc 3d inst many years the value of your remedy prompt At Fort Worth Texas on O H Rothacker has bought the Wash J For this favorable event we must perhaps 300 employses of the railroadthe in replyto your request what 1 know quil work inc nte to y Cure The private assurance of its ington Hatchet The Hatchet has cuang look abroad Europe is at present supÂ¬ instantly and stuck for an increase from ol your Chill IN l its effects I efficacy 1 bad and tha good result ed its tvpographical as well as its edito Â¬ plied with cheap food products of Russia 115 to 150 per dar hsd observed on Mr R W Meredith who for mora rial head and is vastly improved by India and Australia to an extent that in- Â¬ The bill appropriating 75000000 to than Sfteia years has been foreman of my oQce it in my family The results for both changes Frankfort Capital capacitates her for taking our entire sur- Â¬ pay the soldiers pensions housethe next fiscal induced me to ttstsaUsfactory The first case was Lave been entirely passed the lower of conjrress of two years standing in which I believe every WTe know Rothacker we know him plus Wheat is lower on this on the Tear Wednesdav last had been tried with temporary re Â¬ known yell and kindly we were once short stop other side of the Atlantic than here but The President has nominated Brig lieftheremedyreturning periodically and seemingly chills Your cure broke them at the Balkin peninsua be with increased in a base ball nine when he was left should the scene of the war between nextÂ¬ Gen Alfred H Terrv to be Major ceneral oaceand there severity no recurrence of than fer has beea Rus vice W S Hancock deceased spring six months The other case was of a fielder Besides we worked with him in sia and Austria which so many prophets N W cor Pearl and Walnut Rev Sam Jones is preaching in Chica- Â¬ more than and yielded more readily to other milder form the Dispatch office at Lexington along concur in predicting would no doubt be go to audiences that average about 6000 remedies but the chills would return at intervals until your medicine was used since which time O about 1875 and knowing himr predict higher prices for American grain Should I at each meeting nowscvcral months they have entirely disappeared Â¬ Fifty thousand dollars worth of cotton From the opportunity I have had to judge Tdo not will not- - only brighten but im England be drawn into the conflict cotlhathe your Chill Cure hesitate to ton and grain would experience a boom was burned in New York city on the 3d inst is valuableexpresi mv belief that JLll you promise arUALlCKlXilTf upecific and perforos a prove the keen edge of the Hatchet Mechanics all over the country are for it that would recall that of 1880 Aside respectfully Very however from these speculations for striking for higher wage W N HAIDEMAN Sentinel Democrat Congressman Taul 1 the prosperity of one nation does not by 4ee is ensured that an appropriation will any means depend upon the misery of JOE BRAWNER WITH the outloot lor IIAZEL GREEN KY 168 Tine Street Cincinnati Ohio lit made to survey Licking river trom- j another for conservative lobo is certam business men engi- ly good SMITH EraBers to West Liberty If the ALLISON Slevers Garson Hardware Co The type on which this papar i printed 1 froa Beer sliall make a renort that navigation There is no immediate prospect for big th bOT foundry KniToa Hjtjiai0 oar be Improved by building locks and- money but at the same time they can jgSfMakes and repairs all kinds of Farming then at the next session of con- feel assured the worst is passed and that Tools Buggies and agons W Main your paper envelopes ink pens Horse Shoeing will receive especial atten- Â¬ greaBaa appropriation can be secured to they can now begin to count upon larger poneils c at TheHebald cface LOUISVILLE KY -tion sales if not larger profits locks Â¬ -- Merrill of the U S army engineer corps recently ald to a report Â¬ er in Louisville in reference to the pro posed improvement of the Licting river An appropriation large enough to make the Licking river navigable would do mscli towards bringing out the resources E William Harrison Taulbee senator from the 34th district of Kentucky was born June 24th 1824 in the county of Breathitt then Perry state of Kentucky He i3 descended from the old French Huguenot families of the Caroli nas His grand father William Taulbee whose remains rest in Breathitt county was a soldier of the Revolutionaiy War and served in the Carolinas with Green and Morgan and was at the battles of Kings mountain Cow Pens and many others After the war he married Miss Margaret Canady settled in Wilks coun- Â¬ ty orth Carolina and raised a large family all of whom came to the moun Â¬ tains of Kentucky about the year 1810 William B Taulbee the father of Sen ator Taulbee was born in North Carolina in 1793 He married Nancy Cockerham in North Carolina who emigrated to Illi- Â¬ nois in 1836 and three years afterwards the subject of this biography was an or-Â¬ phan wandering about for three years without any guide to conduct him or shelter to cover him We next find him at the little village of Hazel Green at the age of 18 years unable to read and starting out in life alone When the Mexican war broke out he left his home and went to Lexington Ky and entered the company of Lawrence BRobinson of the 3d Kentucky infantry and follow- Â¬ ed the flagof his country to the great imperial city of the Aztecs After the close of the war he returned to Hazel Green and on the 10th day of Septem- Â¬ ber 184S he married Mary Ann Wilson In 1850 Taulbee settled on the head wa ters of lied river in Morgan county Â¬ Â¬ Senator Wm Harrison Taulbee There is a mistaken impression in ken POSITIVELY CURED tucky that John Breckinridge Humphrey Thousands of coses of sick and nervous Marshall Henry Clay John Rowan headache are cured everv vear by the use of James Guthrie and some others of their lUKNER s XBEATilEST ilrs Ucn Augusday were great statesmen Every school- Â¬ tus Williams of Parsons Kas who wasap boy is taught to impress some of these pointed by the governor and State of Kansas lady commissioner names upon his memory as fit patterns at New Orleans says to the Worlds Fair Treat for his future conduct either as a private ment completely cured TdeneesI think it me and citizen or public character But our has no equal for curing all symptoms arising statesmen are showing bv their from a disordered stomach or from nervous maWbm- ill LAM n4- taiLlli VlilV nrt1 1119 tdebility f For female complaints there h UUU liJHUUWL a iUUMUil colleagues never reached the first princi jfiiothiDg like it ples of the work of promoting the public To interest Possibly the great commoner i oung or old if you are Buffering from genmade more fame by eral debility of the system headache backupon matters upon which the public ache pain in one or both sides general lassiknew little but the member of the sitting tude bearing down pains in the abdomen flashes of heat palpitation of the heart legislature who had passed An act to re- Â¬ sraotheringin the breast fainting sensations peal an act to establish a toll cate on the nervous debility coughing neuralgia Avake Wilderness turnpike road in Bell coun- Â¬ fulness loss ot power memorv and appetite ty did a far nobler work in making or weakness of a private nature We will glad the hard worked yeomanry of his guarantee to cure you with from 1 to 3 pack own country Marshall gained the ears ages of the treatment As a uterine tonic and the confidence of some of the great it has no equal people about Washington but he never displayed the minute care for the good Whether caused from overwork oftho brain of hi3 every day neighbors showed by or imprudence is speedily cured by Turn the present legislator who has had the ers Treatment In hundreds of cases honor to secure An act for the benefit one box has effected a complete cure It is of common school District No 3 in Boyd a special specific and sure cure for young or middle aged men Guthrie doubtless became sec- Â¬ ing from nervous and women who are suffercounty debility or vitalretary of the treasury by neglecting such ity causing dimness of sight exhausted to soaversion attention to the people among whom he ciety want of ambition Jcc For Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lat-ter-d- av - HEADACHE Corner Main and Prestonsburg Sts KENDALL HOUSE WEST LIBERTY KY E C Kendall - Proprietress Mrs The table is supplied with the best the market aflbrds Experienced hand in charge of stable Charges reasonable HARD TIM IS - P V DOWN GO THE PRICES -- Iw4 - V 4- - I IvTVl Â¬ the Women Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ve are now receiving another LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK of every variety of Goods to supply the demands of all out customers at Wfeok Marshal and General Dstective sale and Retail which we PROPOSE TO SELL FOR CASH c exchasge for MAYTOWX KY Produce and Live Stock We have often tried to establish atrsdeon a Caeli1bs We have also notified our friends and easterners of tie Will attend to ferreting out criminals in but have as often failed any part of the country and guarantees sat DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF THE CREDIT SYSTEM and our intentfoa to isfoction in every case where employed reform our business but little attention has been given to what e have siL Now wc intend to establish upon the ruins of the old credit system a STKICTLY Orders by mail promptly attended to CASH BUSINESS which will enable us to sell you seeds T DAY Cheaper Than You Have Ever Bought Before IMPORTERS AND J03BERS OF Â¬ Nervousness Â¬ as honorable men Wc will sell you goods cheaper than you have ever bought thera before can better afford it because we will take no risk on time Respectfully -- We in particular invite the attention of RIYER MEN and SfIters - our large stock of CLOTHING DRY GOODS c c which we are ofimpg it special low prices for cash i To all of our customers having accounts due we most earnestly sdlifit to eoe forward and make settlements You owe It to us to do so as well as toyourselves w Â¬ Â¬ AN Ja T F DAY TECS Â¬ lived as prompted somebody at Frank- Â¬ fort last month to have passed An act to repeal an act entitled an act allowing any constable in the city of Newport to Such instances appoint one deputy A refercan be multiplied fiindenitely ence to the list of legislative acts for this session printed yesterday in the Commercial showed how the whole sixty days of the session have been employed by the members in humble efforts to do good to theirhome towns and counties These men are not seeking personal fame in the great v or d one of them would devote his time gladly to An act to permit the gate keeper on the turnpike near Blue Lick springs to keep a yellow dog free of taxation if such a law were desired by that individual The desire of the Â¬ Â¬ nerves and restoring vital power this discovery has never been equaled Ladies and gentlemen will tind TURNERS TREATMENT pleasant to take sure and permanent in it3 action Each package con- Â¬ tains over one months treatment The Treatmemt with some late discoveries and additions has been used for over 30 vears by Dr Turner in St Louis in private and DYSPEPSIA Strengthening the CELESTINA PERFECTION AT LAST TSIED BAGS UNION ST33ST3 LATEST ATO Cincinnati THE JOHN SHSLLITO COMPANY hospital practice Price per package 1 Turners Treatment prepaid on three packages 2 sent Â¬ DRY GOODS AUTOMATIC Musical INSTRUMENTS Of AGENT FOR 9 CARPETING Cincinnati tie Age IREH CATALOGUES BOONEVILLE EMILY TRIP OPERA PMO Acd dealer in ORGANS ssd all klada of Musical Goods THE JSW jonraoDM y DIpnthwlA Croup 4atnnn Bronehltla Jfesralsia saeixrsaKazu biwsxsz as Influens Hacking Couhwhcoplnff Cough Catarrh Chora3CerbusDyaeaeRr I 8 Johaaoa dc Co 3oa Iiarrncoa Sidney Trochlea and 8plnal TJlaeaaea Pamphlet firee 5 1 9 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky School for Teachers r CTJBZS oarscnesB Happiness PARSONS win rthm MIm iu www cm i luwiioc Jr ittAKE - X2W UICS -- Trt pthn Tflr tVTT ItT tjlft T7Cr2- - VfH sMitiTSly tres erwfwwiartl 11Mnra mm i t - iM m Troth tcs Ms3a tia -cost ai x wt -- ti w MM wwa AJ you wiu aiwy ea inantrui pui ills Find out about taem and E ee Bold everwrhera or sent oy man ror ace in sxampa r x a mJmiJJ- -oa Vw i Wi BJrmT TctiUAjr 8herdana Conaition H Ifwin msJKB oa tmrsa has lasr Powder is absolutely Ba P tfcfJlUce it- pure and highly con It TC cfclcksafeolaii ounce B l VJII K 3n FmK ftsfcfi Hb1 VAV ova A eentried One all rttTim cf hau- la worth a pound of any other land xt is L5 IrWlirf t book b r mail to iartld Illuara strictly a medicine WHii ft do riven witn rooa Sold everywhere or aent by mail for C5 cents la Keeps 2 1 i lb atrlxiiS ttji 3fifki1LJ sfci 1 a Jttc uSOS 4TCO J aixcaiwbyeMreMDreD4UdforS300 BLOOD nnruin K v- i - PIS -Cfc ml w OnooU a - laifFSirM a W jjes bc 1 it - Found aw Mill for Sale I have a sa7 mill which I wish to sell in Â¬ ENGINE cluding a 10 TEN-HOP-SK Hazel Green Academy HAZEL GREEN KY The Trustees of this instUutihriliv ii CH G COTT OHO All Â¬ At Home assin secured the services of Prof N B HAYS and the third terra will commence AUGUST 31ST 1SS5 and continue t a 10 months CO SCOTT Hazel Green is the most desirableIoc Address tion in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky W DEJARETT J and noted for tha advantages It has In Sunday-schools churches temperance sccietv P OBox 502 Paris Ky and health This school presents advantages which are not equalled in the State in many par- Â¬ ticulars and its future is destined to work a HAZEL GREEN KY good to our countrv which will he felt Terms reasonable for both tuition and Stands at the head of Low Prices with evÂ¬ board For terms rc applv xo erything you want in Prof N B HAYS Principal The saws are 52 and 30 inches respectively The large is the DISTON CFISSEL BIT and the Mill a Xo 1 STANDARD GAJIR F McG UXRE Boots Shoes Hats Clothing DRY GOODS MOTIONS Â¬ GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGS FLOUR BACON c The money is what I want and I will give MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH than any other house in town Countrv produce taken in exchange for F McGUIRE goods or Instant Use TTbooplBiC tfTT Â¬ SLOP 13 WEEKS SfQjD arsapariila The POLICE GAZETTE will be mailed securelv wrapped to any address in the United States for three months on receipt of ONE DOLLAR Liberal discount allowed to postmaslers agents and clubs Sample copies mailed free Address all orders to RICHARD K FOX Fraskus Square fHI POPULAR i The Celebrated As a reliable remedy la cases of Creep Cough or sudden CoI4f and for the prompt relief and throat and lung diseases Ayera Cherry Pectoral is invaluable EG Edfcerljy Icauaitte r Council BluflS Iowa writes Ayers Cherry Pectoral a most inapertast have tested its remedy for home use curative power in my family saay- times during the past thirty yean asd have never known it to fall It will reÂ¬ lieve the most serious affections of tia tbrot aud lungs whether in children or adul3 John H Stoddard Petersburg Vs vrrltei I have never Xouad a Iclaa equal to curef -- irs I u YTLE T CO nnp ffl j jinnfl Cherry AVERS Pectoral ad lirac W N HALDEMAN SCHOOL DESK Â¬ mm 96 an WINTEBSMITH S hand-to-mou- th CHILL CURE Pearl St CINCINNATI importers Jobbers manufactured by the Queensware Glassware dlseases peculiar to children I consider it an absolute cure for all such anectfoa and am never without it in tha bouse 31 rs L E Herman 1ST fiercer St Jersey City writes I have always fofUMl Ayers Cherry Pectoral useful In ray fza lly B T Johnson 3t Savage XaU writes For the speedy cure of suddek Colds and for the relief of children afflictÂ¬ ed with Croup I have sever foead aay-thing equal to Ayers Cherry Pectoral It Is the most potent of all tfee remedies I W H Stickler Tscra have ever used Haut Ind writes Ayers Cfcerry Pectoral cured my wife of a severe hng affection supposed to be Quicks Cos We now regard th Pectoral sumption as a household necessity E 3AVBrcfi enridge Bralnerd 3Cinn writej am subject to Bronchitis and wherever I go am always sure to have a bottle of for the prompt relief of throat t9i I c Sidney School Furniture Co John Loughus Sole Proprietor SIDNEY OHIO This IDenk has been Adopted In Keail All the Treading Schools of the Country J Ayers Cherry Pestuai with mel It Is without a rival for te cr of bronchial affections fKEPARED BT - Cincinnati 1625000 NOW IN USE Dr TC Ayer Go Lowell Hjlm- - J T PIEHATT dft I SLACKS TYPE Globes Registers Dictionary Holders Maps Map Cases Numeral Frames Charts Dictionaries Anatomical Models For sale by all Droggfeta 1 cfe - Erasers Blackboards Liquid Slating Bells Crayon Microscopes E M ST And everything needed in a school room p Write us for complete catalogue Ad Â¬ dress BLACKSMITH MAYTOWF KY J BOGEES J 637 Street Sidney flOly School Furniture SIDNEY HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY Will ranar Varmir Company Wazons Makes plows keae Acs OHIO c TU Xi1 - vi -- - 1 MMe - -- f- - ftkMM J- 3 -r-a -- - - Jf ciSJsi - Ui--- iJZie - i - j r - Si jfcSjSi Us- l i nlace will JT tays3 Awce fci raise their main building 5 feet thus jtVTrtetcit jwivcrtiseiseBtiS inserted j giving them two fall storys and widen Irst Insertion aad 5 the upper room of the extension winch t7 Mrte per wm ive f efeseent iaeertieH limtte 3cfcek a room 7522 feet They j will also put in a floor oyer their main TrWE TABLE warehouse them another room Swtk Atlantic Railway 70x35 feet siring completed the build Â¬ iNiKJEjf When iHmmcsx4ilime 22 vai nates slower than iit ing will front J20 feet on Main street and Sterling lime run back 70 feet There is a fine well in 2 l4cavcs IL Stealing at 7 A- - ae arrives the warehouse and they propose to put 4 ust3lotbwellatS40JUM into it a force pump and have 100 feet 2 leaves Rothwcll at 9 a m arrives at 3J of hose which can be brought into re KU J leaves Sterling at 1050 A M PM ar quisition in a xery short time in case 01 IMV 3iL Sterling at 140 65 T - rive at Hothwcll at 320 P M ire Thev will put in an elevator and The competition force pump has no supeKb leaves Jtothwell at 345 r ac arrives an additional stairway giving them two rior also chain and suction pumps always iKtnirwnvs at nnnosits ends of the main in stock at B F RiddellS Mt Sterling at Jit Sterling at 530 r M Xa 243Mecu at if t Sterling with 1103 A Duiidin rendering all parts of the houiie i-a-Tir ni UEN IlEltiJLI 1 J Mter Ymt Improvements F Dsv of this P -- t rJ f - 4 iA fti uiflfW Frenchburg struck Alonzo Wells in the face fracturing his cheek bone Quarterly court met Tuesday I W Mapel Albin White and Judge Day vis Â¬ iting attorneys were present One day last week Thomas Dennis bruised up Eufus Pipes considerably in an affray between them The teachers have received their pay in full for teaching the present year and they are a happy set James Penix severely cut his knee whiJe chopping wood one day last week Â¬ Towneend continued alias end continued Joel S Cox vs John Collier Singr manufacturing S Congleton company vs Newton alias and C E WILLMOT kind A fc 11 ok a vt frin March 4 Bud Hogg the traia as CAO from the East and 13G the Main street front and improved sky- - Jackson handsome youn g attorney ad along be placed at and traia frea Px KoDtgoeryLouisvillecourt Cincinnati lights willbuilding The intervalsfor the j f Booneville was in town last week on day special the entire county lumber lresIRakwell oa the 3rd Monday in each improvements i3 beinr dressed at the legal business We understand that Monday t70A3arnyingatltterling Enerprisa planing mill of Judge Wm he held court inItSouth Jackson of which Sterling being a court at A If Returning leaves and Tuesday j th at 3 P K arriving atWwell at 430 F-- M Lusl J J T nnAmallfmn be no public record was kept the services F Day ao not seem Xay Jtodrwell Yor Mt Sterling at 5 p r completed to be affected by the hard times Indeed of our efficient deputy clerk were not in GEO B HAHPEii Supt a person unacquainted with their im- - demand i A H Treacy met with a painful acci j meuse business would think it strange to KY 3 HAZEL GREEN dent on March 2 while in a friendly tus 3IAECH 10 185G see tne trains 01 wagons unloading at sle with John liarcns 15oth bones or WEDNESDAY one end of this mammoth establishment while other trains appear to be loading one of his leg3 were broken below LOCAL fflEWS and departing from tne other end of the knee o building with about the same regularity S G Hull is now conducting the JackJL eress rark on joht paper hIiotts Four men are kept constantly engaged son academy and is well pleased with that yHr fcafescriptien lm expired in receiving and sending out goods and the outlook New pupils are added to erls Iho In either cane yea ftrm re in waiting upon the local custom spoctf ally rcBestd to resaltaad re the roll daily xj j 232SS - 3SSi irfSSE -- n 5nwindow will ornament emerDcy o dormer BREATHITT COUNTY P8 administrator tb James Spencer continued generally Same vs N B Spencer judgment for plaintiff Singer manufacturing company vb Shelby Wilson judgment for plaintiff Same vs J F Spencer judgment for plaintiff Same vs Nicholas Combs judgment for plaintiff Judy vs Ii F Cecil judgment Hanly for plaintiff W H Ambrose vs John Ward judg Â¬ ment for plaintiff E S Congleton administrator vs Simp Bon Hall judgment for plaintiff W O Mize vs 3 F Hatton judgment for plaintiff Same v W P Taulbe fcc continued generally C C Hanks assignee vs J D Hollon alias and continued Same vs P A Bailey alias and contin- Â¬ ued E Cash Dry WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Ill Sllf Goods Store M aa MBMaBBa v a i wiiiiiM a H i The Water of J ife for Afflicted Uiunanity IKOST IS KING- S- T- We are anxious to sell Our Goods and will make our prices right Orders filled promptly and carefully We have a big drive in a Box toe Boot at S350 extra good Come and see me ceatage of iron than any other crater laiawn hence it is the most valuable ia the cure of disease used internally or externally Among the manv diseases which flesh is heir to and for which this wonderful water is known to be a positive and permanent cure are the following These springs are located three quarters of a mile from the beautiful iovzt of Basel Green Tho crater contains a rjfer Per c E WILLMOT Successors to HANLY CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SKIN DISEASES SCROFULA CA Â¬ TARRH RHEUMATISM NEUKALGiL NER-VOUSNESSI-C Reese Building MT STERLING KY Polly Wells E S Congleton admr alias and continued SamS vs Betsy Ann Spencer alias and continued t JUO Y OLDHAM JUDY -- r X - m vs John Wilburn same order Mount Sterling Ky DEALERS IS- - We append a few of the hundreds of tes Â¬ timonials which have been tendered as to the efficacy of this water in disease One lady writes 1 am so thanful to the Great Giver of all Blessings that I tried Swango Springs Freely do I give all the time and money spent there for the health and strength I now enjoy A gentlemanof Illinois says I think the water of Swango Springs did me aaore good m Â¬ acw year feKhscriptloa X Saturday night Sunday and ton LAST CALL Sunday night To th Tax payers of Wolfe county You are earnestly requested to be If our friends will come up promptly ready to pay your taxes on the next and subscribe we will greatly improve call I think 1 have waited long enough at least as long as I can Would be glad diirpaper lathe next few weeke if I were able to indulge you longer I Mrs Eliza J Swango and Mrs Nannie have paid your taxes for you about llefndon spent the day last Thursday three months ago out of my own means with Mrs E S Sample on Laurel creek in order to keep from pressing you but the time has come when I am compelled Miss Rosa Lee ICash who hax been to have the money or be pressed myself quite ill vith pneumonia for several I send this notice that you may all have weeks is now able to go about the house the money by the time we call on you If not I will be compelled to make it acAt the commissioners sale of mill fix- Â¬ cording to law On all taxes net paid tures at this place on Saturday last the by the first of April I will be compelled corn rocks were bought by Sprading Scn to add the per cent allowed by law for GG G T Cexter Sheriff Wolfe county J M Kash county superintendent of schools of this county has received the Shot Dead chool money and ii paying off the Wilburn Hall a lawyer of Hindmitnr teachers in Knott county was shot and killed by Louis Hall in Floyd county ou TuesD H Lawton representing the cloth Â¬ day Feb 23 The particulars as we Co learn from Oscar Hall who has just reing house of Mycr Rheinhardt Baltimore was a guest of the Pieratt turned from Letcher county are about house Jast Thursday as follows Wilbur Hall left his home at Hindinan on the day named and rode 2to word has been received from Rev over to a grocery on the rJaney fork of JDr Williamson and it is not known Beaver creek in Floyd county There whether there will be services in the he took a drink of whisky and mounting Presbyterian church Sunday or not his horce started away He had gone but a short distance when Louis Hall a Rev R Kendall pastor filled the second cousin who was in the grocery at pulpit at the Methodist church here last the time stepped out Immediately the Sunday morning and evening and preach Â¬ report of a ritle was heard and those in ed tyro verr interesting sermons to large the grocery saw Wilburn Hall fall from and appreciative audiences his boree A couple of men went up to where the dead man lay Louis O B Swango has several fine engrav Â¬ accompanied them and though heHall adings of Cleveland and his cabinet mitted the shooting claimed that it was Every purchaser of a box of Parsons an accidental shot He subsequently Turgative pills gets an engraving free gave himself up to Sheriff Dolph Draun handsome and would adorn and upon his examining trial was bound the sitting roOm of any family over to the Floyd circuit court in the sum of 300 The victim of the tragedy Clergymen lawyers public speakers was a practicing attorney and a married and singers confirm the opinion of the man He leaves a wife and three or general public in regard to Ayer s Cherry four children Our informant says there Pectoral All say it is the best remedy is great excitement over the affair and that can be procured for all affections of the end is not vet ihe vocal organs throat and lungs -- Best Patent Flour ShipstufTs Salt Seedi Â¬ G W Cox of Eed river was in town tc for sale at S S GAITSKILLs Mt SterÂ¬ moved to town this week and now occuM pies the honse formerly used by J ling Saturday Snowden His Last Notice Mr Chiles of the firm of Chiles H Combs of Campton paid our There is perhap3 no othersheriff in the Thomson Co Mt Sterling was here saactum a visit last Mondav state of Kentucky who would take his this week in the interest of his wholesale Will hay Wool Ginseng Hides HagK individual means and pay the taxes of grocery his fellow citizens as Sheriff Center has c S S Gaitskill Mt Sterling Temporary seats are placed in the Pres- Â¬ done Officers are not generally so clev- Â¬ byterian church Rev W B Cooper r Eev Isaac Murphy has taken charge er as to step up to the auditor and say preached there Sunday March 7 of the Day house at this place Here sir is the taxes due from my Hon J M Kash of Hazel Green was county- - My fellow citizens are hard in town Friday and Saturday on busi- Â¬ The Herald will shortly give a hls pressed for money and I will pay their toryof all ihe business houses in Hazel taxes for them in advance believing ness for J T Day Calvin Wyatt of Cane creek is very Green they wili pay me when called upon sick Dr Nell of Bcatyville is in at- Â¬ virtually done Drain pipe of all sizes and shapes can he This Sheriff Center has county and we tendance for the people of Wolfe iband at B F Hiddeixs ilain etreet Mt do not believe there is a man within her Rev J J Dickey is on a preaching Sterling border who will not sufficiently appreci- Â¬ tour to Lost and Hunting creeks Bev T Pieratt preached at Camp Â¬ ate the favor to respond promptly to his Muxcius -- at obca Tama mm TX L I mwmu rt kwAinn ryaoJ and continued W C Seholl vs Dan Cable c alias to Lee and continued W H Ambrose vs fl T norton dis Â¬ missed at plaintiffs cost Singer Mfg Co vs Gabriel Baily dis- Â¬ missed settled It Johnson vs Granville Spencer Hardware Queensware Stoves Grates Plows c Solo Agents for w ill certainlvbe with you again next sprinsr References B T Smith J Q Trimble Mrs than all the nostrums I have ever triea I Ky F -- M Hinkle Wm Clarke Plum Lick r the World Renowned The Red Label Poison Bill The following is the bill in regard to the sale of certain poisons which has passed both houses Be TENNESSEE WAGONS A large hotel is now bein built which will aflbrd Ample accommodation to visitors For further information in regard to board HARRISON SWANGO c address Or this office Hazel Green Ky - -- J last If you want a good job of tin copper or sheet iron work call on B F Riddell Main itreet Mt Sterling Ky MORGAN COUNTY Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ J On last Sunday morning at Gillispie school house in Morgan county where a large coneregation had gathered for public worship Joseph Ross and Miss Polly Collins appeared on the Ecnev just at the beginning of the services and our sympathy asked to be united in the holy bonds of The young men wno arc attending matrimony The pastor Rev James i JProiowjiiiigls schooI na w -- anized neatly pronunced a debating society which will meet ad fUn fTOn U11U floc i oMrnt tneni on a IILaJJJ VUO k till the school house every evening to discuss1 Iheir IIway rejoicing iuu various suujecis wmen uiey may select A merry crowd composed of James Burns Willie Phillips Misses Mary Car- Â¬ ter Lula Kendall Tid Adkins and Mrs Kate Cockrill attended a social at W G Henrys on Caney Friday night Frank Sample of Virginia in company with Charles Sample and his charming IS WARRANTED to cure Fever and sisters Misses Josie and Willie are visit-Â¬ Ague Intermittent or Chill Fever Be ing in town the guests of S W Cecil mtttent FeverDumb Ague Bilious Fever The funniest thing we have noticed Dengue or Brcak bonc Fever Liver Complaint and all diseases crising from lately is O W Burns with his mill cap on March 6 Quite a lively interesting semi monthly paper is being edited bv the students of Prof J M Downings school If you are sad and depressed in feeling visit the school some evening and listen to the reading of the paper It is almost equal in wit to Pecks Sun J v noil iriiiJ rvJ r daughter of J T Caskev livincr near this place The child was buried on Monday me luuerai services Deing couuuciea Dy Rev J M Downing The parents have West Liberty of the commonwealth of Kentucky Section 1 That on and after the 1st day of September 1886 it shall not be lawful for any druggist or other dealer in drugs and medicines to sell or offer for sale any sulphate or other prepara- Â¬ tion of opium in any bottle vial envelope or other package unless the same shall be wrapped in a scarlet paper or envelope and all bottles or vials used for the above purpose shall have in addition to said scarlet wrapper a scarlet label lettered in white letters plainly naming the con- Â¬ tents of said bottle and haying the word poison and the skull and cross bones marked thereon Se 2 That any one violating the provisions of the above section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and on convic- Â¬ tion thereof shall be fined not les3 than 10 nor more than 50 at the discretion of the court or jury for each and every Platl0on ith Preceding section of laws fecc- That a I laws and parts cnflct With Vs act be and the same are hereby repealed Â¬ it enacted by the general assembly The Best and Cheapest Wagon on Wheels Aydelotte The Trade of Wolfe and adjoining counties is McCord respectfully solicited WHOLESALE The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Boots Herbs and Barks Except G inseng No 613 West Main Street WH GILLIS WITH HATTERS LOUISVILLE KY J T BREEN SON B E BOBEETS WITH Importers I Wholesale Druggists ain Street Mt Sterling Ky Carter Biosl Co WHOLESALE Dry Goods and Notions John A Carter James Lf ci Married t ADA m BAUM Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se lected StOCK oi -- 1 720 731 and 733 Carter D A Forline VUAm STBEET Jo C Bethel LOUISVILLE KX J G Carter Jr E J GEATJH JAS A SHnXTLEWOETir GRAUMAN SHUTTLEWOHTH Manufacturers and Jobbers of w -t-- AND Pi Ij 1- AYERS aich kegSiis Wholesale ana iiiri iitt il as Cheap as theymn be bought in the State h Give him a call and be convinced that you can do as well m Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go - HI CAiCtl ATT7TT mr 19tiwKss zu v AiAnr street LOUISVILLE KT BOB NUNNELLY with DUNLAP BEOS WHOLESALE PEALER IN SADDLERY CO Cricket Malarial poisons Â¬ prising editor Wyley Perkins of Lacy creek passed through here yesterday en route for zel March 5 L T Chiles of Mt Sterling called on our merchants yesterday with a full line of samples of of groceries T MCannoy of this place has super- Â¬ ceded Noah Spencer as mail carrier from Hazel Green to Hariba The Herald is a welcome visitor to this place Success to it and the enter- Â¬ Maytowx Harpers S C July 9 I8S4 For eigfitecTt vionths suf ered with Chills and Fcvsr having Chills every other day After trying various remedied recommended to cure used a bottle of dyers Ague Cure and have never since had a chill I J J B Dunlap L Dunlap Manufacturers of Saddles Harness VG Barrett c 728 I NO 10 MAIN STREET - - - MT STERLING KY and 730 W Main St and dealers In Saddlary Hardware LOUISVILLE KY Largest Stock of Clocks CLOCKS FROM ONE One Day Clock strike Eight Day Clock Eight Day Clock and Album SOLID SILVER WATCHES Silver Plated Spoons in EDWIN EARPER PREPARED BY 100 DOLLAR UP Eastern Kentucky Dr J C Ayer Lyttle las liought a half interest in The Licking Valley Scorcher Mr Miles CORRESPONDENCE WOLFE COUNTY CAiiPTOX Lick Skillet Co Lowell Mass Id by all Druggists JZZlx Call and see my goods 00 75 3 75 9 00 1 GEORGE DOLL WITH Rosenberg Successors to Rosenberg Nathan ScFlexfir Hazel Useen Heealp culation of that neat newsy sheet He is a native of Wolfe county and the people should lend liim their aid in extending the cir-Â¬ GaitskillS The Mitchell Mt Wagon Sterling for sale at S S 00 tar 8th Co SParticular attention paid N II TRIMBLE to Repairing Parties knowing themselves indebted to The Herald on any account are re Bpectfully requested to remit the amount at once for which we will receipt We hope we will not have to dun any one Respectfully Coopee Lyttle Rcy D H Fallen of the Christian church who is conductimT a protracted jz I in on ixiumorc crees in uiis coun Â¬ KiiieetLug 33 confessions up to the 5th Inst The meeting continues with una bated interest and great good is antici pated as the result Â¬ Stamper who has been afflicted for some rrocoedlugs at March Term 1886 time with amaurosis of the optic nerve J J C Lykins admr of M Quillin de and is now almost blind has gone to Dri ceased nica inventory J Williams of Cincinnati to be treated J C Lykins filed commission from the Married On the 4th inst David governor as notarv nubhe executed bond Hogg to Miss Salhe A Rose at the resi Mjind took the oath required by law dence of the brides mother JSanev Rose ip A F Johnson filed commission from the governor and qualified as justice of the Rev Li It Ragan oihciatinE peace to Born To the wife of D C V llliamsdjjon of Dfill vacancy caused by the rcsigna- g Qodscy in Dist No 2 on the 3d inst a boy Whooping coug 1 e l ct j i uui r raging so fiercely that they have not had byaaie iii oi u x aurruii ueceasea niea administratrix time to give it a name J M Rose commissioner to make deed 3iarriea un tne 4tn inst James iv to part of the poor house farm to E Cham Wh isman to Polly Profitt at the resiy bers filed deed which was approved by the court and ordered to be recorded den co of the brides mother Ordered that J C Lykins C II Fallen Sanum 11 1 March S Dr James H VOLFE COUNTY COURT JOHN W JONES ROBT M TRIMBLE WHOLESALE J hPEhKQbh c TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS IN BOOTS AND SHOES 712 akd 714 South Side Maet Bet 7th LOUISVILLE KS1 K MET IrM 1 ntLrT pointed commissioners to Red River March 3 Married On abolish any school district alter change or Sentinel Democrat Mrs W H Taul in Wolfe county bee of Morgan county after a visit to the 2d inst James Wadkins of this as the law directs her husband Senator Taulbee at Frank Â¬ lace to Mrs Lykins widow of GeorgeJ g ex ucntrv administrator of David Col- fort returned to this city and is the uW allowed 10 for his services guest of James Kashs family In com- Â¬ Rev W S Maddox officiating The Same admr of David Collier filed and pany with Mrs Floyd Patrick she made contracting parties have our best wishes made settlement with the court W H Roses daughter swallowed a D W Edwards qualified as guardian a pleasant call at the Sentinel Democrat office pin on the 1st inst and it lodged in her Valentine Townscnd and Emma Tnwnscndof throat causing considerable pain fof infant children of Ortcr Townsend deed Tempy Sparka a girl about 17 years of about 24 hours when it passed out oLNLewis DTatton was appointed survevor of age was tried before Judge C B Swango her throat and she has lelt no pain since county road jand a jury last Thursday and adjudged Ira Drake James Lacy Hazel Green was a lunatic Judge Swango ordered her toÂ¬ the neighborhoodofMonday on business in Ecynolds were James Campbell and Win appointed viewers to view be taken to the Eastern Kentucky asy changes in the county road from James Ely of Gillmore wa3 here on bounds of Campton to high falls the town lum at Lexington and Sheriff Center business Monday Ray with Dr F M Thomas as guard left Sidney Wilson and Cora Landsaw charged with vagrancj- - were released bv the court with her for that place on Sunday last MENIFEE COUNTY from the custody of the jailer Frenchbttrg March 5 The dwelling Alex Spencer allowed 5 per month for S B Smith assessor of Wolfe county last year finished assessing the property house of C C Denniston was burned keeping Tempv Snarks from the 19th dav of -- and J M Kash be and they are hereby ap- Â¬ JC of this county on the 20th of February j last Monday None of the family being and will this year complete the work by at home he lost everything No insur jiext Friday He Is not only prompt in ance The dwelling house of H D performing Ills duties but the work is j Combs at this place burned on the same vary efficient and it will bs a long time aav a Doriion or nis lurniture was b ifore our county secures a better officer saved Insured for 750rEvery one ihrould insureanH The people of Hazel than Mr Smith Green and vicinity can do no better than Trimble of ML Sterling and to insure with H C Herndon in the FletcfeecJkfcGuire of Hazel Green have Phomix and the people in this vicinity jointly donated a lot for a Methodist with your humble servant in the sarnie parsonage at this place and the founda Â¬ company tion for the house will be laid at once County court last Monday The jusMany members of that church having tices convened to take steps to build a donated lumber and labor it is confident- jail McDonald representing McDonald ly expected that the building wIU be Bros Louisville and Landrum repre-Â¬ ready for occupancy In a short time senting Panly Bros St Louis were present The court decided to build aNo 1 Hon D S Godsey has introduced a two cell stone or steel cells to be deter- Â¬ 3ill for the better advertisement of sher Â¬ mined hereafter jail with jailers resiin iff and coennlssoners sales ana Mont- - dence attached- - It will hold about 20 it tne prisoners and will be first class in every nmrrv and Wolfe counties W 1 becomes a law it wiii oe one oj xnc m jpec passed Within i this section The first o Mareh is here and a gen piace in didJ eral uiovmgtakmg place It would be SS cunatwliicHtlie defendants all the changes 53t one third of the value too tedious to give ron Combe on county court day in sftbe property eold JG February 1SS6 until further orders of this court j C M Fallen James II Vest and H H Little were appointed to lav off and allot idower to the widow of W B Ely deceased Order of allowance to C C Hanks as Â¬ signee of Wyley Steele 1250 Order of allowanae to J C Lykins attorney itr C C Hanks assignee of Wylev Â¬ We are in tlie market for Eurs Hides and Sheep Pelts and solicit consignments We also buy Feath- Â¬ ers Wool Beeswax Tallow Ginseng Eggs and Poultry Write for Price List on Purs and General Produce CHILES THOMPSON GO Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Q04 Powder Field and Garden ia Seeds Mt Sterling Ky DRY GOODS They carry the largest stock and NOTIONS do the largest business of any And Fancy Goods house in Mt Sterling Wholesale Dealers T v vnrn Davis Mallory H SMOCK ESTABL5SHED IN I845J 715 and 717 West Main Street Between 7tk aad Sth LOUISVILLE KY The Leading Insurance Agency Royal of Liverpool 31000000 00 1861 London and Lancashire Liverpool and London of Liverpool and Globe of England 36875000 00 1810 Hartford of Hartford 1800 North British Mercan- Â¬ a U Springfield ot Springfield tile of England 33301000 00 1863 Firemens Fund of Cali- Â¬ 1794 Ins Co of North America fornia 1885 1836 ACOB HARRIS OF MT STEELING- KY - 8143848780 Total Assets of Agency - SO Levi Newburger WHOLESALE Cb 9250000 00 4541240 00 2536633 00 1473026 00 CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS Wholesale Grocers AND Produce Dealers MT STERLING of Philadelphia 371696 33 1863 Northwestern National 1154889 00 724 and 726 Main Street 1710 Sun Fire Officeof London 5863000 00 1750 Niagara of Nevr York 1874035 00 17S2 Phenix of London Bet sreae 7th aad SSSSfilfi 4fi I6O0 uoaimans rntsourg 411499 00 Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well knotrn corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental csmpanies being dear at anr price LOUISVILLE ICY The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as thev would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds in trmt Look to quality as the CAPS paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully A HOFFMAN Office At Traders and Denosit Bank f itl HATS GL0YE Co W S Dickinson Steele 25 KY Â¬ Joseph Wilson appointed suivevor of county road S S Swango appointed surveyor of coun- Â¬ ty road WOLPE QUARTERLY COUST J P RCGER3 WITH B SWAN CO D2ALEB IX - The Old Reliable HAT HOUSE tinoance of their trade We always keep a good stock aad Jice Fant with nis good looks wiil times be ready to wait upoe jo here express their thanks kit pi all their old customers asd still aak a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- - 1 Tllf3S -- 1 SHIPLEY D01SY E S Concleton administrator va Welle judgment for plaintiff Singer manufacturing companv vs Z T Hurst judgment for plaintiff Swanns Abraham Co vs WvlevStoele 4 judgment for defendant Singer manufacturing company vs Ed Â¬ ward Little judgment for plaintiff Same vs H L Sample judgment for plaintiff Same vi Wm M- - Pence judgment for Cor 4th and Elm plaintiff D S Johnson Co vs Ella A Hall fcc continued for plaintjff CINCINNATI CO GENERAL MERCHA3STDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY XEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A Corner Pearl and Vine Cincinnati wH - FULL ASSOXTEEXT OF Uife aaA DRY GOODS Streets OHIO Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing EW B GREEN I wire Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware HUFAI1X WHSE GRTKf Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer Â¬ Wiolele Bcakrs ia ies Stoves and Farming Implements la fact everything usually kept in a firat olass country store and at BOTTOIC PRICES Also Trill take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due jne jsjl kinds of Country Pj oducc and Lire Stock of every description Sis BLWfeite J B Greao J A Hxfiker Xmm Boots and Shoes Wt Srt J LOUISVULE XT nrfiTifft iai - r nj MMianMtar- J - w - - r- - rfcfc a fe gLgfo ttfefca 5t POETRY OF ADVERTISING Tkere lea land ef bitter feai s and w alinff A aad I dont caw who knows it Up is Chi HOME AND FARM cago I bought this book It was at an To Increase the laying every other saost like tliatdrear one Bunte auction I thought 1 was getting a great bargaiu Paid 175 for it and just look dsy give one teaspoonfui of cayenne TOwre wan Xmced Niole witii dark robea trail- - at the price mark in then The regular re pepper pulverized to one dozen fowls S Ib es precession moves Ijrews bound with tail price is only a dollar and a half common food Keep them J with their rce Ihat s too bad madam but western liural free from lice Itjte b 1b4 copied with witless mortals Dont you talk back at me I say I Oompared witb whem the virguis Ave were made Tea havent told the worst of it A man with tea pot is best should in an earthenwan which be kept dry foi a high hat bid 125 and I said 150 HFtbove Its rioomy portals We did not think it paid to advertise Then the auctioneer went on with his gab if allowed to remain damp after us and told what a great book it was and it becomes musty The water should Tfceja k lasd tkat flows with milk and asked for 175 The half the half make always boil when the tea is added Tea BOSftV Ket the condensed nor yet the sorghum it seventy five Seventy five lady says is not wholesome taken on empty StTJtiBB he And then what do you spose I did stomach Exchange Each dweller bears a gripsack fat with Why I made it seventy five and raised ray Thimbles lined with India rubbet aouer own bid Be8 coBBose stoeks and various other worth twoI dont believe their old book is are now employed and are said not to shillings guilts Im a Sool thats fall off so easily as the ordinary unlined BjPF are these aa etfaSsh tide the flehes what I am a silly little fool Ro tear doth drown the laughter In their And then the middle aged two bundled thimble They are also warmer to the eyes pound woman sat down and cried a little skin and free from the metalic rust ter luck tbey Have no sort ofwjfbes which sometimes takes the form of ver- Â¬ Chicago Herald The cake la theirs they learned to adver Â¬ tise digris a substance of poisonous nature Writer Circular jr E Farmer IT BOTHERED HIM Fried Cakes One beaten egg three BOY CAT AND PAINT How the Wyoming Humorist AratuefJ heaping tablespoon fuls of sugar throe Himself at a Fashionable Hotel A TTarittter Story Without Words La Six Bill Nye says ol his experience at the tablespoonfuls of melted shortening six Chapters butter Â¬ milk Fifth Avenue Hotel I found something tablespoonfuls of sour of saltorand one Harper Bazar milk one teaspoonfui yesterday at the table that bothered me small teaspoonfui of soda Flavor with It was a new kind of a silver dingus with nutmeg Hour to make as still as bis-two handles to it for getting a lump ol cujt pte Caterer sugar into your tea I saw right away Fritters One pint sweet milk the that it trnfi fnr that bnfr wlipn T rnV f Jt two handles in mv hand like a nutcracker I Volks Of three eCZS stirred ill a thick pinch of salt and and tried to scoop ud a luran of suear with batter with Hour- a I felt embarrassed Several people who three tablespoonmis oi baking powuer it were total strangers to me smiled lastly add the whites of the eggs well After dinner the waiter brought me a beaten Drop into hot lard and cook little pink glass bottle of lemonade and a until done in about a teas ouful of clean wipe to dry my mouth with I dough for a cake The Household reckon after I drank the lemonade I do There is much good feed in the not pine for lemonade much anyhow but this was specially poor It was just plain pumpkin but for the hog 4t should bo water with a lemon rind and no sugar cooked and either meal or grain mixed - Xariae Telescope into it with it In this way a supply of pump- Â¬ A UviaOne rural rooster from Pittsburgh kins can be made to greatly lessen the MI canfclet this girl travel over this road showed his contempt for the blamed stuff cost of fattening pork During tho last on that half fare ticket said the new con- Â¬ by washing his hands in it I may be month of feeding the hogs should be ductor to the Widow Flapjack ronj h and uncouth in my style but I hope to harden the Why not what la the matter with my I will never lower myself like that in com- Â¬ given grain exclusively pork and make it shrink less N T pany Boston Globe little girl Herald Sheisnochiid She is more than half Hitting the Barber In sections of the country where irrown There is a colored barber in Austin who exen are used for draft purposed it Well il that dont beat everything thon is found that the labor nf breaking is 111 give it up Hers poor little Mamie has can talk as much as three ordinary barbers greatly facilitated and lessoned by been traveling over thi road on a child- Just hold up will you for a moment ticket for the lafet ten jeaiii and now all at said Hostetter McGinnis who was in tho early training and an early begin- Â¬ once you say she is no child Tlmts a new ning to accustom the young steers operating chair way to worry the traveling public to the yoke as well as tho halter Yes sab I take pleasure eah in She paid lull fare and then the diminu Â¬ economizes much time and makes tive girl in she corner pullad heriailf out bo ox teams J better Just as the twig is rr to speak like a marine telescope Texas Toronto bent the tree is inclined A POPULAR INSTITUTION J6 -- Tho Chicago Manual Training School and Its Growing lonularlty -- -- fts Sitings Mail A Short Cut The other night on an Arkanjaw railroad train a passenger called the conductor and asked1 Are we on timeT Yes Glad I dont know but Ill go forward and ask He went away and returning said I for Welltonow just keep quiet long enoughÂ¬ litme ask am iniormed that we leit the track about tle question you a question only one five miles back We are now running on Yes sah it will afford me pleasure the county dirt road and if we dont meet de greatest pleasure in de world sah sah a wagon well be all right You eea that you I there is a big bend iu the road back here Will wantdo it to shave me after I am dead von and we save time by taking a short cut I will boss Arkansavr Traveler You see I dont want to be buried alive I want to be sure that I am dead before I THE WAY OF IT Texas Sittings am buried Hew Great Many Fraudulent Assign ments Are Caused THE BLIZZARD Grocer Chase lived in a little house at the came down like a thousand of rear of his store and was interrupted one The billiard brccfc His breathingrs were cakes of ice four inche3 xx thick And his hair streamed far out in a stiffness that bent With the swirl and the speed of the pathway bo went His beard that found roots to T Are we on the track i Speak of punishing a horse always be careful about using a whip on a horse you dont know see how differently horses take a whipping just like youn- Â¬ gsterssome will tremble and lose their spirit others will become stubborn unci balk a spunky one will jump right out of your hands and you might not get him back in time enough to save a broken wagon or head Chicago Trib- Â¬ une IF ercise combined During tho pauses of labor in the laboratories of the Manual Training School the well equipped instructor de- Â¬ livers a series of brief lectures on subÂ¬ jects growing logically out of the exer-Â¬ Boston Budget glasses cises In the drawing room ho sketches It will not pay farmers to attempt in bold outline the biographies of tho growing evergreens from seed While sCfV very small tho plants are tender and jrreat masters of the laboratorvf carpentry he disuses ed protection aliko from sun and cold 111 J PiTiir5l Insinrr nf iortiTi francs onil it bv jjtrtehiiir j kr uii Sw JTX considers the dualities of woods thnir n iiiiii ivnr eyes i i covers or some sorKOAr 2a n iuu5 usus t tut xn auiiinauiiiiy uiiu Hid bis face in a hoijyf unplercod disguise the rows These coverViJJftnduring And spread out ice llko rlsriditv far the ubject of i j rom his aa Even with faisprceaution wood turnineoflaboratorv is Uiinnvrirj be eyo that flashed like 3 pivotal the season found turnery the history many trees are lost Young evergreens not less delightful than exhaustible to be and XmBmimiicsy WKtwtiSMimA in the forest g t this protection natural- Â¬ tho manipulations of H Uaseen was the rest of the demon like form T5J O TjF i the iron and steel ifn Of tho svlf l moving blizzard the jrod of the ly from the shade of trees and through a laboratories are closelv allied to all tho etorm proportion of all that start fail great events of the worlds history The But the presence was felt of an unconquerea lanrc arc left to reach maturitv enough N moulding and easting laboratory la I I will S For tiie fast running rivers stood suddenly Y Times richl suggestive of subjects for discus-Â¬ fitliL morning at breakfast by the clerk who Charles HHam in Harycrs Mag- Â¬ sion And the noses of people who traveled the usually opened the store azine street SHEEP HUSBANDRY We were robbed last uight Mr Chose Turned white with affright and the hurrying A voting member of the Chicago feet We were robbed A Business That Kenuires Continual and produce exchange Were srunir as with sting of a hundred bees nho was courting Robbed robbed you dont mean it While Ibe blood crept away and allowed them lIoncHt Study the daughter of a citizen of1 Indianapo- Â¬ to freeze Yes I do Somebody entered the store Columbus Dlepatch It is the reading man who makes the lis didnt waste over a months time and took last night by the front door best success in life for he keeps up before asking for an interview with the A Friendly Tip every cent there was in the till I understand that with the progress of the times In father and saying Great heavens Im ruined But stop Baglsy confidentially to pick pocket on Kates dowry will be twenty five thou- Â¬ John how much monev kss there in the the back platform My good leilow I wish the papers he finds the steady record of 111 take her Yes till Ust night all that is being done or learned in sand dollars you wouldnt try that but as times are precarious 1 should Fourteen dollars and thirty cent raising sheep and growing wool feel safer if I had a first mortgage on John go to the police office at once v It is not an uncommon experience to nfty thousand dollars worth of unin- Â¬ aad enter the report on the records that find inexperienced ilockmasters in the cumbered real estate Give you two Ive been robbed ol twelve hundred dollars and that my family narrowly escaped beÂ¬ midst of a dilemma to them which is days to think of it Send the abstract ing butchered Meantime Ill drop down no dilemma to others and it ought of title over to me as soon as possible to Lawyer Hucklorda and have him draw Wall to be a fact recognized by everybody lie hasnt married Kate yet an assignment Ive been waiting for this Street Xeics for years who is cntrajxed in the business of rata All right sir Exit ing sheep and growing wool or who In the old days it was the duty of Maria give me the fourteen dollars contemplates engaging in it that there English coroners to hold inquests not you may keep the rest TidBite are some intricacies about it The idea only on deathsbut on fires burglaries and I SUghtly Overdrawn is too prevalent that sheep will take robberies Inquests on fires are still held in Northumberland and it is now pro Â¬ Mr Malapropos to Miss Charm ante of gone Pick pocket in great trepidation I eir care were themselves Years so and by posed to re introduce into Ijonaon the they as largely left to do You remind Why I who is smiling and animated in the we have often remarked they will prob- Â¬ ancient crowners qvest law Â¬ me of an old French teacher of mine no Bagley soothingly There there dont matter of fires ticing a change in Miss Cs expression at apologize Youve been trying to pick my ably do better rwith less care than any -- theadjective oh not that you re old or pocket and I think it my duty to tell yon animal on the farm But if sheep hus Â¬ Â¬ Never despair of success that the wallet youre fingering is filled bandry is to be made a really profita- drowning man will reach land at Kven ifthe look like her not that but he last with bills which Ive been trying to collect ble business it must be understood and Mise Channante again radiant No keeps on sinking believe you can have intelligent and industrious atten- Â¬ lor six months and I dont But how then tion Andlhis of course must begin i How to live cheap Visit jour relatives Mr Malapropos Well she ned to say do any better Philadelphia Call with the breeding and acquaintances KenUtcty State Jour- Â¬ you know that it was so absurd lor people Keveng e Is so Sweet But while the flockmaster can learn nal to laugh in conversation for to laugh is Miss Augusta six years old ready to go much by reading with reference to this always to distort ones face Tun man who porsiats in remaining sin- Â¬ Mies Charmante And vou consider that out Well mamma dear good bye I sup- Â¬ ho can not learn everything and it is as gle is too economical by halt Tin rliiifjion I pose J am to give your love to Mrs Han- Â¬ important for him to know this as it is Free Fret Mr Malapropos Oh but you dont you son to know that he would bo benefited by cats have their tails Is Mamma Certainly my child Now dont reading There is a great deal that cau f bangedSiam the country the entire oat Is In this ftirCiMmnmflvn0nnnn n ainnfi banged Gil ClUj Derrick r i fii iiiii ni ik in i li iiiij make too long a call iiiiiii Miss AugustaI shall ttay just three every business But iu sheep husbandry hours ma You know the last time that tnore is conspicuously such a tiling as iy He May 1 sit on your right hand adaptability hateful Sadie Hanson called she staid that natural and unless O I think vou hud better take a She length ol time and Im going to pay her a man He did CMsuga 1rfbime is fitted foi ntioiv naturally back now Chicago Tribune the business he will uever be comes The ice One writer the dear cream jokefall on in now whet be a successful fiockmaster the slippery creatures An Unforeseen Accident says that it is a gift of nature and he pavement Boston BuIfriH wo aro Yes sighed a recent widow is largely right But with this gift very unfortunate Poor John was out of an intelligent beginning will likelv re Â¬ DisHOioirrioxviiTictss ii smu to be Weblers work for a long time and when he obtained sult favorably To the vast majority of the longest word in Jjo9h Eternity in longer TrtfHrif a good job he died breeders sheep husbandry is not the nice What job did he get she was asked art that it is to the originator of a breed When a burglar pries open a sate and He joined a circus and got twenty dol Sheep are kept for theraonoy they bring does not find a prise it is a disagreeable ksow thatehow I happened to speak of lars a week for putting his head in the in from year to year and the highest surprise Texi Siftinge lit Harpers Bazar lions mouth twice a day Thats all he aim is to keep the flock up to a stand- Â¬ ScknB Railway Station Maher cr-ter had to do It seems hard he should hava ard or to improve it to an ideal stand- Â¬ when will the last train come in Over A FOOLISH WOMAN died ard Get such a ram therefore as you prehEed Porter Why not in vour lifetime What did he die of AT Y Telfpram Sfe Seek at Auction and Then Bars want one that is strong and of marked iV Y Sun The lion bit his head off Get Mad prepotency and if youget a ram of that Ax exchange says Mr Langtry will Oa a train out of Chicago the other day character better keep him just as long appear in four pieeesthather next American A Good IIumored Girl in You will then hav6 a uni- Â¬ tour Shocking BtuiiugiotL Frtt Frees as possible woman who weighed was a middle aged Miss Esmeralda Longcoffin is what and know what you two hundred pounds and frat alone in a might be called a chronic giggler A few form flock will have right along Wkats the uLterenea between the Mnall If more sect busy reading n book The book evenings ago at a concert ehc giggled in- - thap one is used aim to strengthen boy on a doublo runner and a butoh-ieeeed to pleese her She looked fondly at a and the weak points of one by using tho oth- Â¬ OnesSet steerer of sleighs A Y the others a em up please IferoH l tbe blading ttaraing the volume over and ers according to a defined system The eves leafed it through and looked at the subject of breeding will likely Whom hall it bei asks a Chicago pktrB read a bit here and a bit there present itself very soon to the intelligent stock yard poetess We dont know lat aad finally settled down to read it through thoughtful breeder If the system is whoever be is he has our pyiupatliy A f iron preface to finis On her face waR a followed to any extent it must be with Graphic look of serene satisfaction and occasional- Â¬ the utmost care Which are the lightest man Scotchmen ly she glanced comnriseratinglv at the In the selection of the ewe for breedÂ¬ Irishmen or Eiiglisnmen In Ireland t Store other passengers who had no nica books- kJJYifctM ing purposes it will be well to select aro nmn of Cork in SShihI men or Ayr all of a sudden 6he jnmped to her feet -M- w-Sm carsfully if the tlock furnishes the op- Â¬ but in Knglaud on the Thames they have looked wild in her eyes gnashed her teeth portunity When a flock is being bred lighter men together and threw the book kerslam to up there is often little to choose bo theSeor -A Dors of Red Star Cor h Cure will pre tween the ewes Thoj may be all poc Whats the matter with the book rent you disturbing the congregation and ouened the brnkeman ae he Hamf volume up and stood hesitating cessantly so much so that Gilhooly who enough and it is necessary to tnke such put you in a right frame of mind to enjoy picked the as we have Short stapled light shea was her escort was scandalized whether to return it to her or not ers of course are to be rejected when too services Twenty five cents a bottle Excuse me for laughing te he ho- - hut there is a choice Uothinjrs the matter with the book Long necked Hal WnEoarBSS engineering is what is wanted te he he I have tc te he to she snapped out the matter is with me If ribbed and leggy ewes are not tit to on railroads and steamboats yea want to see a fool youn man look at you kiiow te he he evrv time I say breed from if any thine- - butter can be me Keep watch of me tht t t of the day anything oolieh te he he7 BZZISF Is immediate and a euro sure No vijer you are always in a good had Neither breed from one with a win you cause I havent g jt jene enough Pisos Remedy for Catarrh 50 cents humor if you laugh whenever you oa- any sii rp rump If you have a ewe whose nre to keep oat of the tiling foohnh ripicflGilholr geting up hind quarters are very heavy as com to hme purotrl with the fore quarters she will DMt vou butf nae I trues I know Tand going out to eet JgtnVt Herald wfcfct I m t dkinxr about lam an idiot4 lin up Tpxn SlftWQs make a good breeder Western Jlural Spiced Grapes Eight quarts of grapes the wild grapes are used Savon pounds of brown sugar two table spoonfuls each of ground cloves aiif allspice Take off the skins boil the pulps till tender then strain through a sieve Boil the skins in one pint of vinegar with the spices two hours using judgment as to when it is cooked enough add the pulps and boil slowly a little a for jelly when like jelly put up hot in Manual training has laid hold upon tho imagination of the American people Thc register of the Chicago Manual Training School contains the names of visitors from all parts of this country from Canada and from England On last commencement day seven hundred persons visited the school passing through tho several laboratories and witnessing the exercises It is true many of those visitors were relations and personal friends of students but re-Â¬ lations and personal friends of students of schools of the old regime visit them very frequently Many of the visitors of manual training schools are women They are enthusiasts on the subject of the new education Their comprehen- Â¬ sion of it is clearer than that of men This is doubtless because they aro possessed of a higher degree of intui- Â¬ tion aro more imaginative more un selfish and less ambitious and have less aversion to labor Froebel found women better adapted to the work of teaching than men The kindergarten and manual training are identical in principal but the kindergarten has struggled long and as yet unsuccess- Â¬ fully except in a few instances for ad- Â¬ mission to the schools while manual training a thing of yesterday in its educational aspect has con- Â¬ quered all the educational out- Â¬ posts and now waits only the formal surrender of tho garrison of the citadel It possesses the fascination of the con- Â¬ crete as opposed to the drowsy effect cf abstract speculation The Manual Training School building itself power- Â¬ fully attracts the healthy active boy Smoke issues from the tall chimney that rises high above the roof and the hum of machinery is heard and the heavy thud of the sledge resounding on the anvil makes music in the ear The interior is more attractive still The rhythmic motion of the polished Corliss engine responds to the now throbbing lieart of the expected lad The shafting in the wood turning labora- Â¬ tory speaks of mvstory It is a laby-Â¬ rinth of belts large and small of wheels big and little of pulleys and lathes A student moves a lever a few inches and tho breath of life is breathed into the complicated mass of machinery From the engine far away come the cur- Â¬ rents of its power The whir of steam- driven machines salutes tbe ear and the class of twenty four students take their places at the lathes So In tho laboratorv of fonrinjr the fnrnaco fires nve back an answering glow to the w glow of the visiting lads llushed cheeks All this is in ven sharp contrast to the monotony of the recitation room of the old regime The superiority of tho new over the old educatiou consists largely n the fact that it alternates the purely montal with the mental and manual ex- Â¬ Tbs Voltaic Belt Co of JCarsEall Mich offer to send their celebrated Eixcno Voir TAio Bcit and other Electxkj Applia cxs on trial for 39 days to men young or old The story published in these columns reÂ¬ afflicted with nervous debility loss of vital Â¬ cently from the Rochester X Y Democrat ity and all kindred troubles Also for rhea and Chronicle created a deal of comment matlsmneural1aTaralysisand mnv oth- Â¬ er diseases Complete to here as it has elsewhere Apparently it vigortnd manhood restoration No heath Incuaranteed caused even more commotion iu Rochester curred as 30 days trial is allowed riak Write as tne following from the same paper shows them atouce for illustrated pamphlet free Dr J B Henion who is well known not only in Rochester but in nearly every part A cold snap Breaking aa icicle Prt of America sent an extended article to this hhiorle Fun paper a few days ago which was duly pub-Â¬ lished detailing his remarkable experience Ix accordance with the custom of the day and rescue from what seemed to be certain the Bcrlixgto Rocte is now running Â¬ BAD AS PAINTED Widespread Commotion Caused by the Terrible Confession of a Physician JUST AS Tatar Veat S-- -t TM OH BrtsTitrate MY BAM m mU atfaMM VK HVbC Md Mrlr jmWltM I -- a 3 BROS m death It would be impossible to enumerate the personal inquiries which have been made at our office as to the validity of tho article but they have been so numerous that further investigation of the subject was deemed necessary With this end in view a representative of this paper called on Dr Henion at his resi- Â¬ dence on Andrew street when the follow- Â¬ ing interview occurred That article of yours Doctor has created quite a whirl Â¬ wind Are the statements about the terri- Â¬ ble condition you were in and the way you were rescued such as you can sustain Ever ono of them and many addition- Â¬ al oues I was brought solow hy neglect Â¬ ing tho first and most simple symptoms I did not think I was sick Itis true I had frequent headaches felt tired most of tho time could eat nothing oue day and was ravenous the next felt dull pains and my stomach was out of order hut I did not think it meant anything serious Tho med- Â¬ ical profession has been treating symptoms instead of diseases for years and It is high time ceased The symptoms I have just mentioned or any unusual action or irrita- Â¬ tion of the water channels indicate the ap- Â¬ proach of kidney disease more than a cough announces tho coming of consumption We do not treat tbe cough but try to help the lungs TVe should not waste our time try- Â¬ ing to relieve the headache pains about the body or other symptoms but go directly to the kidneys the source of most of these ail- Â¬ ments This then is what you meant when you said that more than one half the deaths which occur arise from Brights disease is it Doctor Preciselv Thousands of diseases are torturing people to day which in reality are Brights disease in some of its many forms It is a hydra headed monster and the slightest symptoms should strike terror to every one who has them I can look back and recall hundreds of deaths which physiciansdeclamintthetimewere caused bv paralysis apoplexy heart disease pneu mocia malarial fever and other common complaints which I see now were caused by i- California Excursions from the Xissoun River in connection with the Denver Rio Grande Central and Southern Pacific Rail- Â¬ roads connecting at Omaha and Pacific Junction with regular trains from Chicago Peoria St Louis and other Eastern points Both flirst class and cheap rate Excursions are run leaving the Missouri River on the following dates First Class Feb 3d and 17th to Los Angeles March 3d to San Francisco Low Priced To all California emigrant Joints on Wednesdays of every week until inclusive Lovely woman Is doubtless mans infe- Â¬ rior In strength but she beats in point of sighs A TS Scres--tfe- m ark1testJ Xr A -- lESTtOliE ne4 i the iSi ucies Steadies GrrM NcirTI tkX rn I troubled rith trtibla aaias is ar bck sot stoop otoc X tried soar ffiwwi wit boat relief entirtffy cared Tw bottle of Jan Y Herald PiEXsTooTHACHEDaors curelnlmInute3o Glenns Sulphur Soap eals and beautifies 25c German CoasRiiOVER kills Corns Sl Bunions rflle Ky itn I aa tJoahitdritX pains in jarbacz I baft bees eem jjmillj CatBC nvo Dot lies ox iMxr rx frMrawnai y 4 Gmaiito oTTrAadMuaydwjTfa oawrapjwr Take aa ettaer Xttaarr BKW CMEKAIC gAITUHI X9 Staktlixg Fru Freta figures Ghosts BurUngtn DR RADWAYS A xatcral color that defies detection is produced by Buckinghams Dye for the As cde ous thing A poet Mavtrick colds CaHfurm Sarsapariiiian Resolvent Chrosic Rheumatism Scrofula SyHslCe plaints etc iee our boocoa Venereal eter HacMnff Dry Co8 Ca cents Glandular aweM cerous ACections Bleeding of ta Luaa Dywe wia Water Brash White Swelltcffs Fumors Blotches ErontloTW of the Face dicers Hip Dfeeutatk Gout DropsvRIcSetsSalt Rheum B rostcattla Cats sumptioa Diabetes Kidney Bladder Ltrer Q plalnts etc -- Leadixo physicians testify to the value Tke Great Xloo 1 Farifie- - ht tike i of Ayers Cherry Pectoral aa a specific for r all CJu ohJc Btoeatw Which is the most ancient of the trees The elder tree jp-a-riec- m rt3 It prepared from Sarsaparilla Dandelion Mandrake Dock Pipaiascwa Juniper Berries and other well- nation proportion and preparation are peculiar to H6od SarsapartUa giving it curative jxrwer not pos tesied by other medicines It effects remarkable Hoods Sarsaparilla Brights disease And did all these cases have simple cures where others 1aU therr1 theaar5tr7ftrCn - tui i- Z49mmS -- symptoms at first Every one o them and mighthavebeen cured as I was by the timely use of the same remedy I am getting rnv eyes thoroughly opened in this matter and think I am help Â¬ ing others to see tho facts and their possible danger also Mr Warner who was visited at his estab ment on jSbrth St Paul street spoke very earnestly It is true that Brights disease had in- Â¬ creased wonderfully and we find by relia- Â¬ ble statistics that from 70 to 80 its growth was over 250 per cent Look at the promi- Â¬ nent men it has carried off and is taking off every year for while many are dying apparently of paralysis and apoplexy they are really victims ot kidney disorder which causes heart disease paralysis apoplexy etc Nearly every week the papers record thedeath of some prominent man from this scourge Recently however tho increase has been checked and I attribute this to the general use of my remedy Do you think many people are afflicwd with it to day who do notreoiizo iti Aprominent professor in a New Orleans medical college was lecturing before his class on the subject of Bright3 disease Ho had various fluids under microscopic analy- Â¬ sis and was showing the students what the indications of this terrible malady were 4 And now gentlemen he said as we have eeen the unhealthyipdications I will show you howw Spears in ttTtato oparfectll iin and he submitted his own fluid to the usual test As he watched the results his countenance suddenly changed his color and command both left him and in a trembling voice he said Gentlemen I have inada a painful discovery have Brights disease of tho kidneys And In less than a year he wus dead Tho slightest indications of any kidney difficulty should be enough to strike terror to any one You Know of Dr Henions case Yes I have both read and heard of It Ic is very wonderful is it notl No mora so than a great many others ihnt have come to my notice as having been cured by the same means You believe then that Brights disease can be cured t know it can I know it from my own and tho experience of thousands of promi- Â¬ nent persons who were given up to die by both their physicians and friends You speak of your own experienco what was it A fearful one I had felt languid and unfitted for business for years But I did not know what ailed me When however I found it was kidney difficulty I thought there was little hope and so did the doctorsÂ¬ I have since learned that ono of the physi- Â¬ cians of this city pointed me out to a gen tleman on the street one day saying There coes a man who will be dead within a year I believe his words would have proved true if I had notprovidentially used the remedv now known as Warners Safe 4 Is the best blood pnrifler before the public It eradi Â¬ cates everx Imparity and cares Scrofula alt Eheum BoUs Pimples aU Humors Djipepsla Bit iousness Slok Headache IndlgeiUonv General De- Â¬ bility Catarrh Rheumatism Kidney and Liver Com plaints It overcome that extreme tired feeling and builds up tho system Has met unparalleled success at home Such has be-Â¬ come its popularity In Lowen Mas where it is made that whole neighborhoods are tabic it at the same time The seme wonderful success Is extend in all over the country Iu positive merit metes Hoods Sarsaparilla SJ REMEDY Whether transmitted from parent- - or nunltai H within the cuntfive range c the Bt JtcolT have beea made where persona haveCures Clcted with Scrofula from their youth up to 08 yeari of asre by X KABWATS iATaTTTriv KXSOLVIOT a SAMA of Ingredients of extraordinary medical erties essential to purify heaL repair and lavta traM the broken down and wasted bodr-- Qulcte pisn nt safe and permanent in its treatment aad cure Sold by aU draglto aau-s-lH1m SCROFULA - Im t-r re-aet- Oi-e8- a- Inflammations DHnUIXV0 READY rittUTTHI OR EL1EF Pain For the relief and care ot aU a CongaasJatw i Hoods Sarsaparilla DR RADWAYS PILLS rorirrsPTeFSIJL and for tho curs of an tke -orders of the Stomach Liver Bowels Const e stw BUlousneas Piles Headache etc JPrtee 3 DR RADWAY CO 32 Warrtwi Sk t IL T nav friends dally Sold hy all drngziats sl six for Prepared by C I HOOD CO Apothecaries Lowell Mass i 3PUJM M- - 1wV jDrxPaga Ce TT HT yiVT Ways rnh HAS IMPORTED FROM FXAHCC IOO Doses One Dollar THF SEVEK STAGES OP MAN 70 PER ALL REQUIRE AT SOME ACE Thme rf Swest Bam ni MuITsw confcfd TAILORS CHEROKE StudCuok Pa escaXreTa4st wUca laeladea t49W9 CEMT OF ALL M81S wfg jHgMFrggpx EYEX IMPORTED TO AMGtiCA SifC SrkWt v- x j e- -- w jmLJ TtfigS i iaprtrilrollfffef X4kO hE3ms1EBmixh iaiiiiiiiiiiiiinkaaMEHkKShHiHkaiV i r COO i nniflin Tw CM aacBgfe Sarrie IAS COLTS years otel aasl -r tar I This is almost as fatal as Consumption if cot at Â¬ tended to u us earlystages Any cvl resns may se cured ly the prompt ue of Taylors Cherokee Reme dy of S see Gum aid Mulein The ft ect Gum from a tree of the same name zc ha South combined wttb a tea rsde i MulleUDlantof theoM fields -Fjr ae byalldrej - be Je Clts ai So cents and 3 oo r- fiTS STAOB BUOSOnrnS a accreted to all ifrtriau -rent brwdera hint rwrn bred nfaaaM but S said to bejf taeJr ab recorded iter should bo rataed only aa rraaw I ist ecU aU Imported -- toclc at srrada price wim Ifrnwrrs fursiah with the animal mid redrc s Twined far tM original French certificate of its nuatber ad reesr t la HI the IVrrheron Stud Boole of Franca 3 trsted Catalogue sens frw Wotd JUs la 33 wAie o Chicago go tho Chit ago fc Uy test Becec-tiafa- t H r2 iV -- f pedl-rt-3- M orti-Wa-- e- WALTSU A TAYLOB Atlanta Ga years I was a euilerer smflHi from catarrh of the head and throat By a few applications of CatarhH xricslH OPSY TREATED FREE Specialists for Eleven Years Pav ns re treated Dropsy and lta complication wit tfca - wonderful success ose vesetabla retaedte -iratrcly Iiarniess Remove aU symptoms ot dropr m twenty tzi topatientsdays pronounced Cure Elys Cream Balm I re-Â¬ ceived decided benefit was cured byonebot Cure Did vou mako a chemical analysis of the casa of ilr II H Warner some three years was asked Dr S A Latti ago Doctor more one of tho analysts of tho rtato board of health1 eri Ws sir What did this analysis show you A serious disease of the kidneys Did you think Mr Warner could rocor bopeleM y the beat of pfcrsicans From tne first dose tne symptoms rapidly disappear Ue CnAHLOTTS PA3K and in tea days at least two thirds of all symptoms ars zb WaTerty S T re nored Socif maycry humbuff without knowing aaythia I hare used Elvs about It Remember it does not coatjo anything t Cream Oalm fordrv ca realize the merits of our treatment for yosrseif la f n days tha difficulty of breathing is relieved ttee tarrh 0 o which Easterr pulse rfsuartlie urinary organs made- to dlscarge persons are subject tfKlrfulidntyaleep is restored the s relltBC all or who come to live here c ary pone the strecsrh Increased and appetite ma4 U3JL1 c od We are constantly carlns cases of ismx sta4 has proved a cere IffaSr It tajr riwea that have beea tappe anumberot tirsest B P 21 WxejCb Den Sv patient declared unable to Uxb a week ver CoL f 2 1 history of case 5sms sex how long afltetetf applied inJ ra costri how badly swollen and where are bowels costive hv asreeabett Araiticels nse IrlceSOcentsbvnaIcratDrnpsi- - Scnif ourstcu ana arippea water seaawrnw Y ixs Circular ELY BROTHERS Druggists Owcjo mamlnfftestmoma3 questions etc ri etn dayn treatment furnished free by mall f Kpllepy St peal lively cared If you oraer tri L send 1 f cents ia rtaa ps te ss f postase IX GKEXX fc SO AS X JM- - si HAV EEVER aitv 1 5- - Jesei Aveaac Atfautia No sir I did not think it possible Do you know anything about tho reme- Â¬ which cured himi dv I have chemically analyzed It and find OR SKIN CAISTCSR For Sjven years I snCeredwirh aranceroamyfaee Elsht months agfo a friend rrccntecdcd the eeof Ewlf ts Specific and I determined to make an effort toprocirelt In this I was sarressfal and began its use The inSucnca of the medicine at era was to somewlat aszravate the sore but soon the imiammft tloawsaallayedaudl IxTraa toImproveafe--tbfirst few boi ties My general health has greatly Improved I am st onger and am able to do any kind ot worlc The cancer on my face bepaa tt decrease and tha ulcer t heal until th re Is not a vcfetige of It left only a little scar marks the plaee iles Join- - A-Atlanta Ga Aut astll 1 Trea Ise on Blood aad SSln Pis esses mailed free Tuz ewrrr SPKCirio Cct Drawer S Atlanta Go c it pure and harmless Dr Henion was cured Jive years ago and is well mid attending to his proiessional duties to da in this citv The standing of Dr Henion Mr Warner and Dr Lnttimore in the communitv is beyond question and the statements thevmalcocannotfor a moment be dttxbted Dr Hemons experience shows that Brights disease of the kidneys is one of the mobfc deeeptivo and dangerous of all diseases that it is exceedingly common but the it can be cured if tukou in time of FITS JMXBrSx the eal crs Iwarraat ay cr FALLING 81CSNE33 a en- - tb worst eaes Secasso renly tn onCwnotnowrwrMrtnffaeara oiiars Atmat aaodlsaare enca for a treUse and a Frw BoJa of ray InMlJM 09t ChSce IS east rssnlr G1tt Szpnss aad I BUtSiSgror s Use aad then tavo thaa rstnra rKiaw havo mad When I CURE FITS turl j aj ears i ua not saeas -- aln to twr tae t of afajS 4cas9j- wiai anu - iiucwu jcto Ho Ropg to Csi Off Horses Mam ic Tsea HtC and w 11 CURIOUS CASE It Troves Conclusively the Truth of Two A J7 w 23d Street-- Tad 3 Send fcr Frlce-tdsj c itGUTHocsxKatnesterT -- SXIIL can 3j he slipped hy any hors Sa-pleHa tertoauypartof the US freeon eceptcril Sold by alt fcaaaiery iniware ana Harness Dealers Special discount to thej -- wtJrjM aAjur Cembiaed s- yw The French papers have been full of a cae which junior members of tho crim inal bur would do well to lake a note of j A woman was put on her trial for Ancient Iorral Ulaxims AJLMOfcT SCALDED TO DEATH A t the recent Are in Great Jones street n brave fire Â¬ man nearly lest his fe Taken to the hi spltal Salve was Instantly sp Med IitnwithinCarboliche returned to work his burns a week and bruises aad sores all healed Taie Henrys coy actlTe Msa TtsflBT or Womu la fcc Sii tree 19 8larrS ri 1 Htaasara rvice Caarujis outat rxlt Buvsrware co 4 wi ratvfmiutt THE INDIAN DOCTOR CcnsatatloafreeDrJ TJLoureyTT ekokaIadIiia Tar g28 strangling her baby and at the prelim- Â¬ -- -l- - in-and-- in i Bt HHTu inary examination she confessed her crime At the trial meaicai eviaence was heard and the doctor told the jude he did not believe the woman was the culprit The finger marks were fresh on the victims throat when he made his e camination and the marks were singular tie exammea me woman a hands and louna ner lingers long sieuucx and well shaped but the marks were of stumpy short fingered hand a and one 01 the and mishappen fingers the first was abnormally short Oa this the prisoner burst into tears said she was fond of the child had not destroyed it and mention- Â¬ ed in her excitement the real culprit He was a man of better class of life with whom she had lived as domestic servant His arrest followed and the doctor pointed out that the prisoners hands were formed as he bad described and more over that the first finger was with oat a nail and almost deficient of a joint On this evidence the jury convicted The case is inter- Â¬ what our esting first as showing own books also afford an illustration of that a prisoner though innocent may confess guilt and secondly that circum- Â¬ stantial evidence may be almost abso Pall Mall Gazette lutelv conclusive J1 1 T HREE LITTLE M ELEOAM M SCHOOL 84SM Brtlnx k it 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