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ineliow tale luscious wine As if he 3y coUajebng throueh hall around jrrange and Eraptored listeners lingered long AH heara the seir sarae flotln sound While each Interpreted the song A little child scarce three years old t In woader woke to vision dim Of crowns and duclmera of gold And surging strains ol holy liymni --that far laThan sweet laad thats brighter seas --I JtI ehlntn shores In emerald Where glows the lustrous evening star Above the falrHesaerides A waldea at the 0s frJaed well SeaMe her pKeher Hjwereu long Sec seal enthralled with thestrange spoil Coatalned wlthla that mystic song For oh 1 to her it ever siag Of love which all her being fills And of the lad that twilight brings U From ever the dividing hills -- litlfcHtTimtt fctberefers At Seat VcH wrt Bcwspfcfter I KwKt B2Tly ifce tetter eleven f ay kta Hi etr trrtkTHE HERALD ITnifx Pony - i T Bfcft VftOM JSOIv 00940 y HV wlTertfsemeBt in its eelUKns thR by say atberseus Ttt it 4 be oobv1cM An 9iSv9CS JI SKNCCircdOPER i t JBer K- - 9e Cmt r ww tteMrKeBtks a isaless aeeoasaaled by the money b4sBerJptiH will received lor i aV t AJWRJSIK JIBTMTV MvDMjBtHHl wfsix fr CSvCTCS VIOB wjfc e ttv Teara1 mniv M THrhty ad9rttoeris SateHea tM per Ibcb rt lasortion Ave eeata Icr each afebnonoat fce er- - XMmc f Hiliji larrer adecttromota a4 Ky BPBCCWt COOPE1 ltakGreea PKOFMtlOWAL XMSASH Te child and youth and sialden fair That bird made jjlad the closing day Sat daase ad sirs with silvered hair Drew serrow from Its roundelay AH filtered throueh the years of woo On their hearts fell the mellow straiaM Wxkiag the soags of long atro f AS made theaa sigh lor youth agalaS All the Tear jAWBIEYAT WW nd JL4W 4ahHrveo RIP 19 1M WINKLE Ori- Â¬ w- - yractke la Wolfe a4 wtniwB ifui iwwt - yroapt aw out Hot Irvines But tho Original ental Rip i Vfi Ti ATTRKEY AT WW f SAMUEL XtEE - difficult to determine the fdRliofiginSf many ofcthe belt sto ries taat we tire accustomed to Teadm Any of you who have ourjtorjJbookB tried to trace to their source anecdotes thxt you have heard have doubtless foudtkat they have been told oftener than once and that at each tellingthey It Is sorsethiks UTTORIUTIIW rti rfTtTccuT E B essential particulars ATTORNEY AT LAW differedantime ago Solomon announced A lonf if Ml W Jeersa atreet that there was nothing new nnder the sun J Some of our best stories are only jauixrtxxx jt rWTraeiiceBia all tfce Kate Ceerts aC ihe reproductiousof an ancient historical ayeoial atteatioa gives e basines of aB legend or an old time myth Many of kiB4 in the Vsited States Courts these can 1e traced back to ver ancient JLPOBTEELACT times and have passed through many trauformations before AT LAW Originally put in formthey came to us by some dark bearded turban crowned story teller of the Orient it was seized upon by the W A3ID f fanciful and beauty loving Greeks HbCAKfiKE Prom them it was stolen by the Romans F DEPOSITIONS who plundered literature as they did provinces During the middle ages the J K QciitJUf J C Ltkutb Ansrlo Saxon and Norman monks for QUiJLLIN fc LTKLNS Hack of other employiucnt and feeling - sadly m need of something to do shut i up a uiey were in ineir gloomy mon- a I astcries took tlie old stories from their TXlefi rrrtWtnnfl tSTm MM lor S mct Tntin Winlro onrl romrnfo flinm oom wv MAM AWVr IAJI UCIA fV TZJ kJ Xliese in turn became the source from feaarat aaa sola on comaslesion Will prao ttlaeia1 Watf e iWhichour best modern writers have oiniac oouatle j drawn some of their most pleasingvsto- GARDNER DE TJORKEY m NOTART FUBLXp -- V fi TlCS rHYXClAltNlKlTeEini Tfi7n Gkekx Hrt Most of jou have doubtless read Washington Irvings story of Rip Van Winkle You are familiar with everv character and incident of the tale the convivial Rip prone to over indulgence h5s beloved cups the elfin necroman- ceris inu sieep oi twency years ana uie M5rtifi services to aWpeaple of Welfe aa i Lit aajoiamg counuea -- UK T M JLAbtl AMB- - PHYSICIAN SURGEOK tn TratlritT7 TIlO ctrtTrr nnmno Te4ersaJsprofessioaal services to the citv from the Orient and is as interesting COUDtIeB 0ffic ny of the wonderful Arabian KiAts J Its hero can claim equal rank with B TATJXjBEE IM T3- - Aladdin Camaralzaman Sinbtvd or any of the other old worthies whose exper HAZEL CHEEK KY iences are recorded in that magnificent Eastern story book In Irvinsfs storv j i im agcoucieur it is a party of hobgoblins who perform the office of enchantment and the vic- Â¬ Teaars Ms refessioal serviees ta the pec tim is a good natured Dutchman who TV4af Weife a4 counties Office is overcome by the potent influence of atreeieeaee ea Easel G re en Heights the enchanted gin The original is a rather more pleasing story upon the HOTELS whole although the end is as pathetic SBS ns that of its modern counterpart Uo flagon of charmed stimlant has a part in I hAZSL GEEEN KY- the story and the funny little Dutch necromancers are left out Instead a Dtf GODSEY Proprietor beautiful fairy plays ihe part of en- Â¬ chantress and a little golden casket is Pnafoaage 16 respectfully eelleited froas more 9wan4ffirst classespecially- the travelln I the fatal gift by which the finale is Wmjp ajaranted accoaaiaoauoi8 an Irough about MMMaotion Mahmoud was a handsome young fish- Â¬ erman who spread his nets and rowed r aaAZELUBEEN KY his boat on thesilver tide of the Euphrates where the towers of Bassorah overlook JOHN HjHERATT Proprietor induelnousahSgLndsmrwoark- ing hard early and late and always sing It HTTb 4aHe is supplied with the aet li ing at his toil His little stall in Basso- Â¬ tac Market aaa first class accoaomoaatioi rah was kept well stocked with his finny arJH befarBMBoa far aaa ana beast merchandise and he found Teady pa- XtT txpns for lils pleasant face and cheerful MORGAN HOUSE words quite won the hearts- - of old- - and WEgfT LIBERTY KY young in the seaport town The young made so great a disturbance I would like to know wny this pal man did Bost of his fishing in the nicht t COLE Prsprlftttr- for the shop on the street required his ace has been built on my land a si Who are you asked the astonished presence during the day But of this he J yatreaacc f tko araveliBr public f s re am not compjra zor ms seines were guardMahmoud Ben Ali Three days agoj d liad 9SSSXSSSLSiMSS mSVBESI oi oniy a iiKitsiecp jaAnmoua uen I left my shop standing on this very Ali was a prbepacous and rContented ground Now this palace stands here ASHLAND HOUSE and my shop has oeen demolished man i HILLS POST OITICE Verily you are mad exclaimed the One nigM sek was toiling at his nets This palace has stood here s sev- Â¬ officer JSJEXTVCKX bewjussBiMee tothe shore by LSXIKCTOX eral IwmI oriaelor Jfelp Hastening in more than fifty years You must go thedrec4iarW 1fcgrsounds he came to before the cadi if ou persist mfelling where two Ttnl fishermen were drag- - a story like this ar a mwrrrT r SPAS rayrietra ging anoldwa In the presence of that officer hs toward one of the told the same story but of course huts oaisideytfJiteeifCity walls She was wi-zCAMPTON HOUSE trniiAg HttoraHYtto resist them but no one believed him their unite4istrengthlwas too much for I will have my rights cried CAMPION KT Ife I will appeal to Suliman the her Caliph WhyTuo ye do this my brethren ASBURY Prwrfctof VHKLIX J Why man you are stark crazy asked Mahmoud calmly as he put him Â¬ Ta aaaieJestippaei tcitktae rhoJeeet rtt self in their way Doth the ma- Â¬ Alraanin son of the great Haroun is ans Jb the aaarket aa the charrs are re sters book Bav we shall not resoect those thn Calmh now- Snhman lmq hAnnr HBale Speatal ia4uceaaeBts taCCaaercial iwho hth gray hair dead three hundred years and there is sr4ta a new dynasty Sue is a witch cried one of the men she hath bewitched our nets and And know you not Ali the son driven the fish away Take that of Hassan the son of Abbas the fisher- Â¬ good mother and to morrow ve shall go man who dwells near by the houseof before the Cadi then we shall see what Merwan the scribe asked Mahmoud will become of your sorcerie The cadi looked curiouslv at the asÂ¬ With that he struck her with his sandal and sembled sjiectatoftf buifsliid nothing Jwfth hi compn ions help continued to lamhe son of AhV continued Mahmoud cra her along send for the old man and Help me young sir cried t5e see if his story will not corroborate WWek la XHaM Iaaauaty Xa wsman to Mahmoud help nae and mine Allah wiilreward thee ijNosuoh person as you namelives at d Fir TIirr Her imorinr voice and his natural present injhc cityr answered the cadi T ffallantry prevailed over any thought oi Youare evidently an nonest fellow ytfc Sanger and be rushed upon her as but a little out See to it that you make tCJBWXXXi no further disturbance or worse will isailrnts Ye do wrone to beat a woman vjr4 V he come upon ypu Yourjcaseis dis- J flriTTTI lLixrt6KHEK Kr gleeper at the change he witnessed all porli nved as Irving alone could do it Yet this is but one of the many legends which genius has rescued fronTobhvion and TTeclotHing In fresher garb handed return and confusion of the unconscious SSTaSaUSSS nmmt imm aaja-ialng- DY HOUSE - -- done And he laid on so lustily and rwas so much stronger than they that herescued thefpoor womn and drove the fishermen away Art hurt mother he asked kind Â¬ ly stooping to raise the decrepit crea- Â¬ ture from the earth 4Help me to the sea she answered a boat there and shall nokfear then Thank vou vou are verv kiud They walked down to tliel shore to- geiuer wnere juaumouu iounu a Doac nrider a clump of palms He was goÂ¬ ing to assist her to unmoor it but she stepped into the water and all at once he became conscious of his com a great change in fpTtnion light sEdne A bright all about him at first he thought itTwas the moon rising whose beams kindled such an illumination But in a moment he knew it was not that Be- Â¬ fore him ho saw not a wretchedly dressed feeble old woman but a superb- Â¬ ly beautiful maiden clad in diaphanous robes who seemed to float upon the waves The bright light was the ra- Â¬ diance emanating from her crown Mahmoud son of Ali she said in a sweet voice know that I am Danea the fairy of the sea Xou have done me a great service I have long been cognizant of tlry industry and the care thou hast shown thy aged parents Thy good qualities as well as thy gen- Â¬ erous deed to night deserve a reward Come down with me beneath tho sea where the splendor of my home will dazzle thee and there will be no labor for thy hands to do Wilt thou come TZovi Mahmoud was like many other young people easily led astray if only the right temptation was placed before him The reason wiry he had been so steady before was because he had never been subjected to that temptation to which he was most susceptible He should have answered no at oncebut he dillydallied muttered something about his parents anxiety at his absence and how they depended on him for their daily food Nay they will not suffor said the fairy Thou shalt return in three dajS if thou wilt Onlv come with me now and behold the splendors of my king - doma eCf He turned to look forfthe towers of Basdralihoplrig to se tneroof of his little cottage but the palm trees stood between with their waving branches The fairy stood waiting her beautiful eyes beseeching him ner white arms beckoning him He could not resist the spell I will go with thee he said casting his fears behind him So the fairy took his hand and strik- Â¬ ing the waves with her wand they both sanklar below What a broad roomy kingdom it was in the bottom of the sea aniong the corals and waving grasses and glistening pearls Anew world of marvel and delight was opened to the eyes of the wondering Usherman He was surrounded by a paradise of de- Â¬ lights Grottos of surpassing beauty and extent were filled with every splen- Â¬ dor tliat could tempt the senses The onost ravishing music arose from un Â¬ seen orchestras The most delicious viands were placed before him at every meal nis couck was of nurme colored sponges decorated with the finest sea weeds Maidens of incomparable love- Â¬ liness performed the commands of their queen and waited upon his every wish No king in all the world could have been served moresumptnously Two day passed in this manner and Mahmoud began to think of home He knew his old father and mother were grieving at his absence and his heart misgave him On the third day he so- Â¬ licited leave of the fairy to depart from her dominions and return to his old em- Â¬ ployment at Bas3orah She frowned a little at his evident Mor- Â¬ weariness of her hospitality tal she said thou art foolish to wish to return to earth again and to your daily labor but your desire shall be gratified At parting she put into his hands a golden casket and a key Take this shelsaid as tho gift of the fair Danea but neverppcu iObeg you for your life till the erywprst The consequences- will be happens graver than you think if you disobey me Mahmoud son of Ali you are on the waters before Bassorah again He looked around him and saw that he was ill a boat not far from the shore The lights of Bassorah twinktetl aniong thenaTm and citron groves Silently he rowed ashore and sought to find his humble still which he had left three days before To his surprise he found the site occupied by a magnificent palace Determined to learn who had thus tres- upon his property he knocked oudly at the gate Before any of the servants appeared in response to the summons a night watchman came along and demanded to know why ho -- tIave -- a1i san The old man shook his head at fir3t lam Ills son Mahmoud continued the young man I am Mahmoud Ben Mahmoud wandered now discot late ly about the city vainly endeavoring to find some lamiliac face or scene But everything appeared strange to him and there was not one who recognized him At last he met an old man whose bent form aud snow white hair testified that he must be very near tho ago of a cen- Â¬ tury Of him Mahmoud asked Dost thou remember Ati the son of Has- Â¬ PITH AND POINT says Josh often noticed the man who would have done Billings such wonderful things ef he liatl bin thare never gits thare A Burlington man has given up bantering his wife He laughed at her for using cosmetics and she informed him that when he stopped paintingTiis nose she would stop painting her Free Press cheeks Mamma with much show of indigÂ¬ nation I have called you three times I am very much annoyed Charlie who is fond of Bible stories Well the Lord called Samuel three times and he didnt get mad about it did he Life A beautiful woman with an artifi- Â¬ cially heightened color- ones said to How is that having General Shields obtained so much glory you still seek Ah madam he replied for more how with more force than politeness is it that you who have so much beauty should still put on paint San Fran - A RUNAVAY I hev tr LUNCH BASKET HanartjSJteuiHrkable Experience as xoiu la six cuapters - there is a fire escape wita egressHhrtfugli a window- Sam the ScaramouchJ i At the north end of this passage there ia an egress through twindow and down ovsr the root in the rear f ISPJsH m There will be red lights burning through the night at the main stairway Jd ter goÂ¬ ing ddwn one flight turn to thoJeit and Th next- stairwayi-giun-dekeep to the left the above r passageway and keep to therightand down the other stairs A watchman will be on dutjthrongh the night and In case of fire will sound the z gong Now Iooilc here He threw opeji a mcr window It was just about eight fet to -- the sidewalk Hertford Simes to the right throughth 4f g fisherman named Mahmoud who disap-one day very suddenly and left lis aged parents to die of want That was many years before thou wast born Their graves I can show you if you do sire to see them Lead me to them groaned Mah- Â¬ moud feeling very sad and- thoughtful He was conducted by his aged guide to an ancient cemetery outside the city walls Age and decay seemed to havo chosen the place for their habitation Everything was in a ruinous state and there were his parents graves with the crumbling stone which told that they had been there already a hundred years The young man fell down aria wept immoderately upon the soil that covered the remains of those he had so loved and revered When he arose the old man was gone It is the work of that spiteful fairy HI was he cried wringing his hands the day I yielded to her blandishments She has used enchantment Perhaps this will revoke the spell He still held possession of the golden casket and he now took it and examined it curiously At last he inserted tho key She I will doit he muttered told me never to open it but things can not be worse than they now are What can happen more lamentable than my parents death or to be a hundred years Allah guard me from behind my time a worse So he turned the key and opened the rrom ic lssueu a wnite vapor casKex which enyeloped him andundcrjts in- Â¬ fluence the young man fell to the ound But he was young no longer e lost his elasticity of limb his hair turned gray and his form was bent as with the weight of years In a few mo- Â¬ ments he died clasping fast the golden easket whose contents had beon so Tlie Interior fatal -- At that the old man pricked up his ears I remember when I was a boy of hearing my father tell about a young ThereTEcirthlitxcraImedJtherdrtnrr 41 XercaatHa Netes- Overcoats areincreasing ia popalarifcy but vests are being puH id down Drug generally are quiet with glue stlckingivt about the old rates Highwinea are strong but sponges are at a great discount Naval storesaresIow and buyers of tarhave difficulty in getting their stocks off their hands Tobacco is strong and dealers are appar ently up to snuff- - Dealers have- - not th9 Â¬ cisco Argonaut Im afraid your marriage relations are not the most pleasant Why do you thirik so Bromley You are ffettinjr bald you know Yes but its not because mv wife pulls my hair out I do it myself by scratching my head in my efforts to de vise means to gratify her extrava- Â¬ Philadelphia Call gance Mr Fauxpas to young lady Ah Miss Charmante I have just come from the side of Mrs Smith who has been asking me about the beautiful young lady at the flower table Miss C ap- Â¬ pearing to busy herself in arranging some flowers Have you never known Mr F who how I detest flattery O but thinks he may have blundered really you know it is dark over where she is sitting One can hardly see you Claxton FORGOT HIS GLASSES Old Mr Johnsons Remarks About His Daughter and Her Beau baid a Good morning Mr Johnson young man to an elderly aud near sighted passenger who had come off- - without bis glasses going lip to town 1 Yes got to do a lot of trading at the stores an I dont know how on airth Ill get along without my glasses Getting ready for the wedding I sup- Â¬ pose Yes n married She an that Hank Williams hev made a match of it at last I thought that young man would never get down to business Hes as slow as sorghum molasses in January an as shiftless as an Injun I dontbelieve ho can earn his salt an I spose Ill have to sup- Â¬ good-for-notm- Â¬ I I IV j bbbbbbbbbbbbbPbbbV V - BbbbbbbL -- my darter Ummeris gQin to git i w cswF AJ 5a H iiSaaiBHBt lffiB S5 jB in rfi MHaaaaWSIaal port him But Mr Johnson Oh I BklkvNBBflrBBBBa ifli4iayBBBBBBaBBBBBB HBBaaBBBBBlBBBB- Harpers Bazar hes good enough for Dmmer Thats the worst girl I ever raised She haint a bit like her mother nor like me Msala CURRANS WIT A Few Samples of the Saliva o the Wlt- ticat of Irishmen the bench Cnrran could be at To In his early times unceremonious days Judge Robinson made an attempt to extinguish the rising advocate Rob Â¬ inson it was currently reported owed his elevation to the publication of THE NEWSPAPER Au Educator Whose Powers for Good are Not JTully Appreciated T V Powderly General Master Workman of the Knights of Labor says If every laborer and every manufac- Â¬ turer would read a good paper and keep posted on the topics of the time I feel certain there would be less trouble Indeed there would and tlie compliment to the press may be accepted without The first busi- Â¬ the smallest blushing ness of the newspaper press is to give the news and that every man ought to have The next is to make such com- Â¬ ment on the news as seems to be just and we venture to say that in nine out of ten cases this comment is based upon The honest and intelligent opinion opinion moreover is usually formed by nienwbohave no personal interest in the matters at issue Itisthebusi ness of these meriNto judge andto be fair in their judgment x While they have not tlie official authorilyTof the bench they at least have ite impartiali- Â¬ ty and in many cases its ability as well The press gathers to itself ex-Â¬ perts in law in philosophy in science in theplogy in art m tho drama and iD all the lighter pursuits of life The time will come when it will dc velope all these specialties to a far greater degree than it does now and the time will likewise come when the man who does not read tho paper will be looked upon with tho contempt or pity that now belongs to the individual who can not read at all An employer with- Â¬ out a newspaper An employe without So much for a fewcents and yet one a man or a woman so villainously ig-Â¬ norant that they choose not to buy The newspaper is a volume of informa- Â¬ The man who reads it gets for a tion few cents the work of the best writers of all kinds of the best theotiste thebest detectives the best artisans in news as well as thought The great trouble with the newspaper is that it is given away A good newspaper ought to cost more than a cigar or a glass of beer It is flung in the Face of ignorance and in- Â¬ telligence iiliker aud neither gives it Y Graphic half y political pamphlets remarkable only for their slavish meanness and scur-Â¬ rility In arguing his case Curran said he had consultsd all his law books and could not find tho principle contended for I suspect sir said Robinson that your law library is rather scanty It is very true said Curran that my my Lord books are not numerous but I have prepared myself for this high profes- Â¬ sion rather by tho study of a good books than by tho com- Â¬ few of a great many bad position ones Curran was occasionally nonplussed by a witness Inquiring his nuisters ago from a horse trainers servant he could get no satisfactory an Â¬ Come come friend urged swer Do Curran has ho lost his teeth you think- retorted the servant that I know his age as he does bis horses Once by the mark of the mouth foiled by a Limerick banker with an iron leer Curran in his- address to tho jury said that his leg was tlie softest part about him In a debate in the House of Commons he stated that he needed no aid from any one that ho was proud to be the guardian of his exclaimed Sir Indeed own honor Boyle Roche I congratulate Mr Cur- Â¬ Lord ran on his holding a sinecure Clare was a determined enemy of Cur- Â¬ ran while ho was at the bar The Lord Chancellor ruined his practice at the Chancery court and his clients were Indeed Curran always sufferers stated that the losses in his pro- Â¬ - nuthor I hev to pull her out of bed every morning an shes as lasy as an old dog brass to advance the Tatea and the more She cant bake an haint truth a cuss on far seeing ones would- copper the chance ttl the sew A fine poor mans wife shell make such a result ilany descriptions ot good Besides she hez bunions on her feet as big are on the shelf but 3ome dealers augur a change for the better but as this caa not be at present Tendered any planer itr only n adze to the uncertainty Detroit Jfree Press c Thermometer Xadieatlnas My dear remarked Mr Snaggs aaha entered the house the other night- - I have bought a new thermometer Why isnt that one on the porch all -- - ja right as early rose pertaters an she kin eat moren a hoss An that aint the worst ont If twant for her mother that girl wouldnt keep herself clean an she never thinks o slickin up her hair nor puttra on sometbm nice cept when companys expected Shes a reglar slouch Emmer is an she kin wear out Beven pairs o shoes a year But shes good enough for that Hank Williams an if hell only support her Ill be tarnal glad to git her off my hands Spose vouve got an invite to tho weddin Yes Yes Im invited You know me 3Ir Johnson but well keep this in the sifling roonr here and let the ther emaiaoutsidc - 7 At breakfast the next mornrag Mrs Snaggs Baid I dont believe that new thermometer of yours is a bit of good- Why not Because it is ap to sixty-five aadt that one on the porch thatwacandepend onjia Yoa hid better take it down to zero Pittsburgh back and get it changed Yes -- askeaMrsrSnaggs - t Telegraph - - Sider as he tried to look pleasant in atre-- j Xaar the Sell girls aaid a North Talking about hired She dont seem to me see I havent got ray glasses with me but I know you Your name is is Hank Williams sir Chicago Herald I do but I cant justrplace you Let T - income from the ani- Â¬ Repartee is a case where one speaker makes fessional mosity of Lord Clare amounted to iiq statement aimed in certain di- Â¬ The incidents in a plain which a hearer collides a 30000 less than with and Te rection court in consequence of this disagree Â¬ ment were sometimes ludicrous On rn one occasion when it was known that the advocate was about to makeau elaborate argument in chancery Lord Clare brought a Newfoundland do S1 upon the bench with him and paid fSEifiZVm much more attention to thedog than to A rft m sown lw1 t uXm ia Â¬ the barrister and the- iact was commented on by the profession At a ma- Â¬ terial point in tho argument the Chan- Â¬ cellor lost all decency and turned quite aside to fondle the dog Curran stopped said Lord Go on go on rFKaBHaaa1PJSHfepteg at once ft V ftaaab Oh I beg a thousandpardons Clarc I mylxjrd was the readyreply BITS OF REPARTEE Where Pat Would lie If the Gibbet JIad Done Its Duty Repartee i a sudden flush It is turning a current of thought in an opposite direction It 16 the upsetting of a train of thought It is really deforming a thought Â¬ v 1 m frigerator car we have a daisy up at our house She is a new girl I dont know where my wife got her I onhr know that shergot her and that she is adazsyrrgreen one Tho first day after he came was- Sun Â¬ day and we had some Irlends for dinner The girl was told to ring the bell whenYh meal was ready Pretty soon we heard a a lively Tinging atr the door bell azkfxm going out what do you suppose we Jouad The new girl shivering oathepdrchT Please sir7 says aheI ringed thebell tojetyou know that dinneridx Mi Chicago Herald - i - rrxalvc A Oreel Cecter Look here doctoral doaf tM amTbiKto go to my bousa and frightea ajyVyifejagain a you did this morning grantedjyqur reallyook it forconsultation--Templ- Lordship wa engaged in Mar JGREAT -- FrightenherJHoTdld Didnt i l frighten her -- e ask you what the svmptome of hydrophobia are sEe tja A J - -- - TSfl -- Certainlytr asto shoot straight back atthe aEqse SelxaambKrgTi Surprised the Yej well the poof womanaadjownjaick speaker Clerk on New Years Dar What I want said a pompous orator - Avith fricht- - She thinks IvegoVtEehydr-- 1885 7nicffcrYew5l Onthelastday of the latevear aiming at his antagonist is goodcom phobia system of inoculation by TomSnickerson a Youngmrln in lose Tndnsense Pasteurs VI was the whispered reply Exactly which he cures rabies has brought to Scbumburg s BjtsClofeng Emporium li ii thafcb jnft what you need lighMhe fuotthat hydrophobia is a much intimated that he wssalngto quit An instance of unkind repartee is remore common affliction than has been really vanta to kervit my corded of Charles Lamb Do you One day a loving mother brought her generally suspected The great Erench employments askedMose THE RABIESI J How An Impartial View of Pasteurs System of k - r I5 INDUCEMENTS a t- csva YesJ1 l M And didnt youtelljier the patiental- Tiajj ri i trOniraver8ionto water verses so f- Â¬ r t -- Mahmoud -- -- - incur A Your Property savant has announced to theworldiliiat he will and can neutralize this dreaHful poison without money and without price whereupon literally hundreds of people from different parts of the world bend their steps tqward Paris It is settled beyond all peradventure that there is no danger of hydrophobia if the bite of the dog is two years old but there js no certainty within tlie two The incubation of tho poison years may take from one to six months and this is why the afflicted hasten at once tq France and place themselves under Yes Mr Schaumburg you are paj--in- g Ml Mm Dl -- Mmi -- yrfyyTfd F KtM -- st wr Ttrf x J aaae abAat faf ae Ik i4t wat i apMaV1 vii1 ralO TyfOTIt i ymn missed lose you indeed it vould rvill see dot - von have no more causes Of cdhiblaint the care of the man who has immortaliaed himself by discovering an antidote about harsh treatments r Curiously enough Yes but Jaow boutraising my3al- for hvdrophobia this great discovery is meeting the fate ary a dollar a week making eight AfloVrxl RnifTfflrson oil of Jeriners t cow pox inoculation to Vul Â¬ i I vouldlo raise dotsalarv but I neutralize the small pox poison gar and ignorant nebple say it is flying tells vou Vat I does Youaydotl treat in the face of Providence to attempt tOj ydttlike yellow dbgi Veil frpmjnow Rochefort on I treats you no more like a yellow cure this dreadful disease the famous French Radical is leading dog but cimst deeameaa ven you vis a the attack on Pasteur and his hydrophoÂ¬ sehentlemen How von likes dose in bia remedy but facts are stubborn ducements 5eh Xou did things and if those who are bitten by vould make dose concesi mad dogs are saved from rabies by t I likeato make Pleasantsm pnses Pasteurs discovery it will redound tc lot my clerks5 dofcIvew Xesrs on SUot his glory and the confusion ofluVene- - sh dot kind of nian MjDSe Schnmbargj xmes JJernortst MpntfUy Texa Siflmqs vos dol--locr- in -- me only seven- - dollars- - iuweekand x you treat ma asm wasyeiiujvuu jSijnof longer jput up with suchjlow w waffes and harsh fr eatmehtl YoifcioVt seem to think that I haye any feelings but I have You must not kervit my employ- Â¬ ments I would notiosc you for mil Â¬ lions I vants yon to consider yourself as identified niltBot MoseScnaurnburg Boss Clothing Emporium No- Mishter Snickerson it vonldpreak my heart to - beautiful golden haired baby into dinner in her arms She was very proud of her sweet babe and holding it up with pride and joy nr her eyes she said Mr Lamb how do you like babies I likeem boiled madam boiled Of cpursethat mother never toyed Mr TnmTi nlfpr Hint The finest piece of repartee in Hhe En Â¬ glish language is the instance where two Irishmen were walking under the gibbet of Newgate Looking up at the gibbet one of them remarked j Ah Pat here would you be if the Arr ika rlnfrr itihof biv mmiiiuuiwj said Pat Faith riannasranJ fr Via A yL jKlHaS nl- aaW - iu aBBPtaavaBF - T nH jrA rorwi mwyi i yj fiA iaiwr -- tf uyi ITactJcal Kaowled je Aunt Johanna spending a few days nih A SAFE HOTEL her nisca And so you beioap W a pockÂ¬ Howl New England Landlord Protects ing club Matilda Do you fiad thAtVyou His Gaests gaia any practical janr w England i this Safeevtown in Usseas sj - j I town remarked adrummer the other day f Matilda Oh y iadmrau l You as the Boston i rainrolled into the gloomy spoke lat igAt at UmtrM Landlord takes ocidca you know depot atf Salem Mass a r a 2 I aSeia Aunt Johanna Yaa li of trouble to sav yoa from being no end sli JTS Vas Matnda trjumaaaatly burnocl uw Notice posted right upon the Etching a room In the hotel a few onr last lesson- - Our tSAcfce f xaksit lor wall jmnutefriatsr fche drammerpoint to this us and I was tto Notice In- case of fira the means of es the catiiVaWrrfwdratg- cape irom thisfoomistoturnttherit i tt trs -mit i 3Uia v At toe Boutn jrneqa oi tms passage ray S4 r I iAS 9 ijjca y f JBfStbr 3- be walkmgXohaon a77 aJ8neFrom Eh Perkins Lecture before Princeton College - and Id - rr aafr - T 1 kiowkjftif ta7 ift arvrrod aS - iv - -- HiOKi Giipr Herald j A BBBBBi oeearxx COO WE Jk JLa rtR tke peplar tie wIaat to raft to fioat Eatarei at the Basel Greea FeittiK Te float perckaace to a dsll saarket theres asL aaier ike inb Per ia tkat market ear brigit dreas of SPEXCEE COOFEB Editcx Ktalih Wkea we bare bees baboccled of our logs HAZEL CREEK KY Take aJgbt aad leave saelaeboly void lfXDKEaAYMl 3AECH 17 1586 About the pocket aa eaptj space Tfeat steal d be illcd with ahinisg dscats Whose merrf iiagle we so long to aear Thk therht sliefiW give passe Democratic Ticket Fer why shoald we thaa tamely bear Eeetiw First Kaaay in JLtgatt 1335 The lassber dealers eoataatacioaa grtedr Per Circuit Jadae 13 District The shortseM ef his mttMVLTiBg sick JOHN E OOOFEE Hk era el deck for sap aad bark aad crooks Per Csuoftir2tJME Attaraey His setes dishonored after four months time Cot L M DAY Orihoved beyoad the limits of the htv Whea we oarslvea have a tare remedy Ceaaty Jaafs G X SWAXGO Fer sack ilia Weill let the timber stand C LTKDM JLai sweat sad graat aad swear ao more Csaaty Ceart CWk DAY1D HOGG Ia saakiag lees throngs sea of mad Mbrif O T CEXTEfc Well Ura ell Ball aad Berry Back SBd W F-- ELEim Ckxait Ceart Clerk Briadle oat te graze apeu the mountain IT CKUEY finnanr TT side Jsfler GEO W IHL4XE Aad give oar prempt attention to enterprises rreyr---X SUKS TLkSSL Of mere pith Cmmt FIELDEN COX OS- - The haughty and profit PeradTenture then miller standing by his idle saw J0HN M Sehel Cmtr While fruitless tides glide swiftly by May realize as sec have done before 3L K That he has killed the goose that laid We are aaiaetisee to Sarrey The geldea egg COMBS cftMidtte ece ef r of Bresihitt cexiy aahject te tic actiea JUDGE MULUGAN INTERVIEWED f tie DeasoecaiSc yarty VUlV jig gl TIMIliainllllMI BraBTBBfc Jt iTmx LYTTLt MiLac THE LOGGERS SOLlLOOUYf fwien thou hast shown thy annual to a la HalcL tfceir envious gaze Ail these things thou I er set ie log that is tie ssesties serne in suence n nv comest inpu iieret Wiether tweald he better to let the kiaber FG up higher thou poor aian an eterni ret ty oi rest can scarcely requite thee la tbe srimevsl forest wiere k staads Or by avs ef UBrwaittwg toil cat dewa - Some Startling Fsjurer TJg Estelline BeU Ague Cure Ague Jntermltieat or Chill Fever Ee altteat Fever Dumb Ague Bilious Fevtr DengBe or Break boHe Fever Liver Complaint aad all diseases arising from Malarial poLpoas AVERS KENDALL HOUSE Cokitzb 3aik and InsfwrsBUBG Sts WEST LIBERTY KY Mrs E C Kendall - Proprietress HARD TIMES f-c- CtrJUley J a 5t ft aMe Betreatieteaati er fellow Dr George ectioa tuncrKiattatdkthe iks efftbe oth Â¬ fee will faa get were We clip the short item froaa a Jack aaavme BL letter to tke Ylrgiai BL Eaairer aael tkoagk tie people of Jack BeeriHe may set tkiet it oarpatwe pro Â¬ aetklaga what we pose ta tell the iaowoibeirct4liate Dr Geo C ifc tie fcraiakstaaea we FirksdiBoae lawweC HekweMaseteaintaeaffirirsof tk aoaatrj jeocl raawjoer and a gen flcaaii eC ae aocial oaalltiec Jackson Â¬ ville mej aa ak peer bat it ie safe to acy ak Bwperier oaaaai easily be fcand atefrtswkpaaia Lwa a XcFariaad of 03c canai BUi Sariaer 4 m aHBg Ifacdoat 1 h to iis we must 9leBefet akaerer ie aaay 1 my that the peeple o Jacksonville BL weale iener tb amnrl ves ia aoeoriag aim ad at tie seme tuac Mate sore of seed-Â¬ ing a saa to tie state kgklatare Trie will d tie datias deTolving apoa Hun in a aaser aesenriag of tie warai praise oTals entire cooetitneacy He ka safe beautiful city and ssaa to represeat if tier waat wise lagwUtioa they will sead Maa to represent tiem Daring iis stay ia tie blae grass Tegion of this state ie made asaay friends who will all en Â¬ Sor tie position to which he dorse aspires aad for which he is so eminently fitted aad hope to hear of his prefersaent taare witk all iae respect tured and intelligent representative from the city of Lexington stated what he thought of the troubles Said he Well this entire matter is no doubt involved in a great deal of difficulty but like in all other things the application of a lit tle common sense win simpuiyana settle it effectually There is nothing substan- Â¬ tial in the argument that convicts must not be permitted to compete with free laÂ¬ bor Whether the convicts are worked within or without the walls they do com- Â¬ pete and no one would urge that they should not be compelled to labor in order to make the prison system self supporting as far as may be Yet while this is true and in the nature of things competition must exist it should be made as indirect and as little apparent as possible Miners and laborers for instance may have to sutler from convict competition but they clearly will not suffer the addi- Â¬ tional insult of working side by side with convicts or on every occasion of misun Â¬ derstanding offering turned off without a Wbai Se Tfelaks ef the Caavlct Maddle Coarier JoornaLl Judge Mulligan the popular good na replaced by convicts- - The system of working convicts in mines by this demonstration is absolutely brought to an end It wont bare daylight It is a wrong to free men and as such once to agitate it is to destroy it You can just put that in your little red book Now I am and always have been a democrat but I dont approve everything the democratic party does as right because the democratic party does it In thk matter a demo1 cratic legislature made a mistake and it was not the first and worst to the last There k in the old hide bound man- Â¬ agement of the democratic party in the TientiieDs of Mt Sterling and Mont South right here every place where sla-Â¬ gomery cooaty hare at last awoke to a very left its blight an unconscious un recognized but real want of sympathy Breens Liniment is pronounced by all realiratioa of the facts sometime since for just a slight but strong prejudice who have used it to be the greatest rem- Â¬ peinted oat by The TTkrjllp and called a against the man with the hard hands edy for rheumatism sprains cuts bruises ateedag tie proceedings of which will be sweaty brow and little tin bucket ile etc Sold by J T F Day Hazel Green foand elsewhere in our paper today We does too much the same thing our peopleÂ¬ have seen done for years by colored peoD D Laxdsjlw Stillwater have all along maistakied the idea that ple See the result and that I am corCjibsidy Robinson Campton the Kentucky and South Atlantic rail Â¬ rect In Texas Arkansas Tennessee Young Toachors Wanted road coald be extended to this section Kentucky and I believe in several other The art of teaching is adopted by states convicts are employed to keep for less money and would be of more down the wsges drive out and compete many to gain a start in life and often beaefit to Mt Sterliag than any other with the labor of the very class we pre- Â¬ enables one to graduate in a higher Ikte that it was the only line that could tend wo want to encourage In what re-Â¬ course of study The work is pleasant materially beaefit that town and county publican state does such a system pre profitable and noble and being a field aad we still incline to thsr opinion vail Now this k no new view The constantly open to advanced scholars working people see this and will see it any book calculated to assist them in Now that those people have made a be plainer every day and if this thing con- Â¬ passing school examinations or obtainginning we hope to see them push the tinues it will be Over the garden wall ing certificates is hailed with delight suiter right along until the toot of the with the democratic party Our peni- Â¬ Such a work k the Common School of under the irea he rseis heard in our midst They tentiary cant earn money of employ- Â¬ Question Book an advertisement the which appears in thk paper It k present system and diversity have the means lo extend the road and ment Ixi these days of sharp competi- Â¬ most comprehensive review of twelve will realise mere frost that investment tion manufacturing can only be done at common branches ever published and k than it is possiife to secure ia any other a profit by the production of one article so arranged in question form as to make they can asake The contemplated move in a large quantity Every one knows it exceedingly useful The publkher circulars to send full that there is no machinery in the Ken- Â¬ saent towards extending the above road tucky penitentiary to manufacture with oflersspecimen pages descriptivect stamp and for a 2 ie a loag ways better thaa chasing butter- Â¬ It would require from 75000 to 100 in which he makes the best inducements flies like tie Covington and Cumberland 000 to properly supply it No lessee to canvassers The Question Book emGap Portsmouth aad Poand Gap c could afford on a short lease to put in braces 3500 questions and answers on machinery take the chances of Jta and we are glad they have taken the hk contractand the end of a short losing U S History Civil Government Partime liamentary Rules Penmanship Reading at common sense view of it they have The Tennessee penitentiary which I have Physiology Geography Grammar Writ- Â¬ examined recently is one vast factory ten Arithmetic Physical Geography It k a remarkable fact that coldn devoted to one article turning out a com Orthography Infinitives and Participles between the rival mountain towns of plete farm wagon every fifteen minutes made easy The price of book is 150 Hazle Green aad Cmpton is of such a and yet is far behind its orders My idea prepaid Address A H Craig Cald- Â¬ character that for tie space of two miles k to empower the sinking fund commis- well Wis ob Stillwater where the cold waves meet sioners to lease the penitentiary for 10 tie ground remains frozen till lateia the years so that machinery would be put Any person can become so rammer Mt Sterling Gazette in by the lessees Let the same reasons thoroughly posted in three Yoang man you are away offyour base hurry the Eddyville prison to completion weeks reviewing with The There is no frigidity between the people paying their rent in work for a time on Common Schbol Question of Carapton and Hasel Green not even that prison lease it in the same manner J Book as to succeisfallv pass the most dif In the meantime as the state virtually and technical legal examination a frost liae You get your information built all the pikes in Central Kentucky for ficult teachers ceritficates By its aid thou from some num who does not know wiere let her employ the surplus unskilled labor sands of young neople earn a lucrative live- year uircutars ouou unooa of he speaks certainly for the coldness in building the earthwork of a railway and specimen soia jasifor pages referred to was lecg since and is now so through the mountain region to Cumber- Â¬ stamps Agents wanted land gap Thk as soon as finkhedcould A H CRAIG sselted Sato asetaal friendship that what be sold or leased to a railway company Caldwell WiBCOS3nt klef t of it wtoahi aot freeze a five cent oa such terms as would wholy or partial Â¬ sSssir ly repay the state One railway through saucer of cream aJUjKyAftf risP the mountain region would induce go a A special from Ashland to all the branches and industries that would daily papers states that a detective force long way toward relieving us of our greatoy Dnngmgine easthas thoroughly sifted the tragedy for trouoie taxationtax paying bask The ern counties to a which Ellis Neal and Craft were hang- state would certainly find its return in ed and it is now given out that the thk way if the railway work were given real perpetrators of the crime were high away A penitentiary cant De maoe self-- supporting on few chairs brooms ly respected young men The evidence aad odd jobs The aTennesee lessees pays SBBsBBJftTBsSBSBSBSBSB against them isoaclusive and will show the state a revenue of 101000 a year that the triple murder was committed They work convicts in mines it k true sKBSBsfBsV early in the evening that the perpetra That part of their system I would not emulate Still the democratic party can waat to the house by appointment not go on blundering and expect no rev- Â¬ with oae of the girk who had previously olution of public sentiment This legis- Â¬ MeisMk bee oa iatiaaate terms with one of them lature must settle thk question or it will tad that the triple murder followed so be all the worse for a good many of us Come around again when you want to Ysiatentional killing of the boy for re-- get loaded sktiag aasaul ts on tbe girls Â¬ Â¬ moments consideration to be at once iat -- iia Â¬ Â¬ If the men of the United States would give up the pernicious and habit of wearing tails on their coats it is estimated that enough would be saved the country in a single year to pay the national debt Those who have given the subject atÂ¬ tention tell us that if the people of this grand country pf ours would entirely give up the habit or paying their bills that the national debt could be liquida- Â¬ ted inside of ten hours Why will in- Â¬ telligent men remain slaves to such habits It is stated that the sum of 12000 000 is annually spent in this country on Could the single item of lager beer this be saved it would in a very short time pay the national debt Besides that it would give the 8000000 prohi- Â¬ bition farmers who are now raising the barley more time to vote A Prominent buisness man of New York offers if he is given the money spent in this country for a single year on the two distinct items of cigars and tobac- Â¬ co to redeem whatever this country soak- Â¬ ed when it contracted the national debt The editor of the Sed Light has spent several years looking into the matter and has compiled the following facts If a boy could begin at the age of one year and save what he would spend on drink and tobacco and put it out at com- Â¬ pound inteiest he would at the age of two hundred and ten be able if he saw fit to pay off the national debt of the United btates of America Ponder on it young man A curious fact is advanced by an East tern lecturer It is this Many a man spends enough on a single drunken de-Â¬ bauch or bout to buy a Kentucky mule which if properly backed up against the national debt would kick it over into Hudson Bay Figures are presented in some quarters which go to show that if the railroad companies of this country would cease to sell tickets at their stations the con- Â¬ ductors would in the course of a year save money enough to buy this country debt and all A reformed drunkard in Chicago has recently published a pamphlet to show that if the money now spent for rum could be saved for one year thatit would be sufficient to hire a lawyer smart enough to tellus how to get out of pay- Â¬ ing the national debt at all If the col- Â¬ lections taken up in our churches could be saved for a year they would including the lead nickels and suspender but- Â¬ tons make a sum sufficient to pay the interest on the national debt for between three and four minutes If the people of the United States could cut themselves loose from mince pie for the space of one year enough could be saved in funeral expenses alone to place this country in a position where it would not have to borrow any more and could kick the man it owes the na- Â¬ tional debt to out of the office the first time he presents his bill IS WARRANTED to cure Fever aad Thfc table ia spplie wHfcthe best the market affords Experienced hand in charge of stable Charges reasonable T DOWN GO THE PRICES er aire ee-whet RJ Harpers S C July 9 I884 For eighteen months suffered with Chills and Fever having Chills every other day After trying various remedies rccomrnejuUd to cure used a I I bottle of dyers Ague Cure FSXPABXP BY QGKZ We are now receiving another LARGE AXDTTELIJ SELECTED ciNejvx at Wheje of every variety of Goods to supply the eeaiaaejt of all Marsha and Cert oral Defective sale and Retail which we PROPOSE TO SELL FOR CASH or exchaafor oa a Caeh besM KAYTOWN KY Produce and Live Stock We have ofte tried to establish Will attend to ferreting OHt criminals in but have as often failed We have afeo notified ouri rieod a4 cwtoenrs ef the any part of the country and guarantees sat DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF THE CREDIT SYSTEX aad oar latest said reform onx business bat little atteetioa has beea ivea isfoctionin every case where employed old credit systesa S 1533JCTLY Now we intend to establish upon the rains of the Orders by mail promptly attended lo r x M sell yo goodie CASH BUSINESS which will enable - T DAY ato have never since had a chill EDWIN MABFJSE and Cheaper Tiian You Have Ever Bought 3Jsfoae IMPORTERS AXD J052XES OF Dr J 0 Ayer Co Lowell Id by all Druggists 1836 SfeL mmmmm arr EstblitKed Dry Goods invite the attention o RIVER MEN aa4 e4aee iejear c c which we ae eietiaal large stock of CLOTHING DRY GOODS T special low prices for cash To all of our customers having accounts dae we saost esKasetlysaiiottocooe forward and make settlements You owe it to as to de so ae well ae Ie ireaweTres We in particular -- a -- as honorable men We will sell you goods cheaper than you have ever boaght then before Keifectf aUgrf can better afford it because wo- - wUl take no rik ea tke -- we steriixg XT J G TRIMBLE President LESLIE THOMSON Cashier 81000C0 Surplus 15338 NOTIONS THSD SACS k IW10S STSEETS F DAY CELESTINA PERFECTION AT LAST J T Capital BBBBBBHsSEslBBBBSESSKEsSSSCgBBBBS r TIZ JS ASD Receives deposits Discounts bills Loans money on liberal terms Exchange bought and sold And dce3 a legitimate banking business Your patronage respectfullT so- Â¬ licited rarl73ra Cincinnati THE JOHN SHiLUTO COMPANY Wholesale and Betstl Dealers in JOE BRAWNER WITH kMlmiV Ef Sievers Carson Hardware Go DRY GOODS CARPETING Cincinnati WITE BsaSBBSBBBssflvB9i8BBsBSBlBBBSBBjSBjBB AUTOMATIC 837 W Main bator Street EY Musical IttTWMEMTJ Of LOUISVILLE XhcCRATG Folding Incu and Brooder com Race Saventh George Streets willl hatch 1200 to 1500 chicks a year worth as broilers 4 to 12 per dozen No cost or experience to operate Holds 100 eggs W SHIVELY lYice 1200 -- Mi tke Agt 2 - O Ky CATALOGUES the hen No lamps to explode Ten hens will par 200 profit per year ona 4c ior new Siif rnrf S I H Aj pp book on poultryincuba- - CHICKS BY An absolute success Perfect imitatation of tors diseases etc U A iiflJL D Cralsr N Evans ton III F 0 PostofSce Campbellsville EMILY TRIPP AGEST FOl 6PES1 ftuioalUlc X mm Aa4daaIertBOSGA35aaaXdBesa 18 Fourth Avenue j tfcsvtte ICy Ambacii Burgunderl Go CLOTHING 17 BOONE VILLE IT 1 and 19 Hopkins Place BALTIMORE MD -- NSOPAMfN c n rfS- - ivrv Be Warned BOONEVILLE OWSLEY COUNTY - KENTUCKY 1 T y VV5i v LINIMENT fcsaA Kfc A School for Teachers A SANDERS Principal graduats 1881 1883 1884 Miss Nannie Fishek it in time Kidney diseases may be prevented by purifying renewing and Invigorating the blood with Ayera Sarsaparilla When through debility the action of the kidneys is perverted these organs rob the blood of its needed constituent albumen which is passed off in the urine while worn out matter which they should carry off from the blood is allowed to remain By the use of Ayer Sartaparllla the kidneys are restored to proper actios and Alba miwiWheoplx vwi Catom CuUnlteVtu SnwMrr SJ jiHamfm - w TlTiltnriiTTIlf satritua a uoncaucn tn gT MAh1nZttZb aTato TteSiSrirsrjoHyaoar -i- PARSONS rrvniMwiifni urjiuu ii - I Vu i MAKE BLOOD 9t a wj 5i -- 1 - iiuArarr ttasas ISM aot has iia titmuius umaJ t AiI ia vatl lasdaaa Claacrafiad ii tlitt tYnrnmla a Ya nOuM slCca tfera istfca sreriX WlB FILLS TBWTty aufttJw Cfcj ox as eg Bi i iylUcK m mlnurla or n Â¬ Altjk Sanders Birdie Sanderb aasr OtharJdn to trioUyeli3lnItu ha with bed Sold ttvwjwhega or sest ty Bail ter SS parapaid tor SAes ats mm Or par ad hiphJy ooa eatrstad Osaoonoe Is worth a pcrmd of aiaaa mt asaai as w mzirtZT Bf a XaBXaar til BBS BBS BPSBBB1 R5 BB W MM rlee 22ISJO bcolcb raurtJl St t cur mad CO JCXS05 ta aelrt TUaJlrii J u Brights Disease is prevented Ayera Sarsaparilla also prevents inflammation of the kidneys and other disorders of these organs Mrs Jas W Weld Forest Hill St Jamaica Plain Ifass writes I have had a complication of diseases but my greatest trouble has been with my kidneys Four bottles of Ayera Sarsaparilla made ma feel like a new person as well and strong as ever W il McDonald 46 Summer St Boston Mass had been troubled for years with Kidney Complaint By the use of Ayera Sarsaparilla he not only Saw Mill for Sale eluding a Hazel Green Academy - TEACHERS CAN ENTER AT ANY TIME Tuxnrt Tekm commences Jan 27 1886 and the Fourth Term commences April 6th 18SG I have a saw mill which I wish to sell in 10 TEN HOKSE ENGINE - -- HAZELGREEN KTYM The saws are 52 aad 30 inches respectively ttllU IOC ALUl Â¬ TEACHERS jfSP Tuition WRirE Terms Third and Fourih 1000 pes Term CHICACC G0TTACE ORGAN Has attained a standard of oxccllcnco wblo admits of no superior Itcontins everx improvement thatlnventivi genius skill and money can produce for Catalogue Iree Prevented the disease from assuming a fatal form but was restored to perfect health John McLellan cor Bridge and Third sts Lowell Mass writes For several years I suffered from Dyspepsia and Kidney Complaint the latter being so severe at times that I could scarcely attend to my work My appetite was poor and I was much emaciated but by using Â¬ Hazel Greea is th ssMt eWrablt loe- - -tion in the xnoBitaias ef Easerx Xcataexy J W DEJARNETT and aotei far the sVaatages i hesia 3a dar Mfceelr chsreit tempFatees secitr P O Box 502 Paxis Ky aad health This achel azeata alvaaafM which arc sot equalled ia the Stale la ataay par ticalars aad its fstare is deatiad te wzk a HAZEL GREEN EY good to oar eoaatrr which win hcieli Terms reasonahfe for Wh leltlea aadl Stands at the head cf Low Prices with y heard Fer terms apply ta erything yoa want ia Prrf N B- - HATS Fylaeipal Address SCOTT The larjje is the DISTON CF3SSEL BITV iU i QlAiUAAU VrWXVXV I AUGUST 31ST CO The Trustees of this institution hafV ada Mcured the senricw of Prof-- B 1S86T zaoBtns aad eextiaa tlfl - F MeGTJIEE Boots Shoes Hats Clotting DRY GOODS MOTIONS Â¬ GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGSt FLOUR BACON Ac The mosey is what I want and I will givs MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH than any other house m town Couatrv produce taken in exchan for goods -- Â¬ AYERS sgg OQAtf BANTEE F McGU ME mm arsaoarina my appetite and digestion improved and my health has been perfectly restored 8old by all Druggists SlOO 13 W3EKS SIOO - SUGAR -- T The TOLICE GAZETTE will be mailed securely wrapped to any address in the United States forthree months on receipt of Liberal discount allowed to postmaslers agents and clnbs Sample copies scailed free Address all orders to RICHARD X FOX FKAxnir Square N Y GATH ARTiQ HV3 t one dollar ZEJOtJL Price 91 Six bottles Prepared ky Dr 5 J C Ayer A Co Lows Mass U S A o - - A MhWU K j 4MBSBSBSb These Organ3 aro celebrated for volume quality of tone quick response artistic deslra beauty in finish perfect construction making them tho most desirablo organs for home schools churches lodges societies otc CNEQCALED- - FACILITIES SKXXXED WORKMEN OOJ3IJraDHAK3tTHIS LYTLE DEALERS CO IN The Celebrated ESTABLISHED SEPUTATTOW BEST MATERIA Â¬ Â¬ THH POPULAR r OSSIH CO Boots ail KITE Â¬ Instruction Books tad GH1CAS0 Plus Stitls r 96 W Pearl St L M POLLARD Fastoi in SCHOOL DESK n i Bw Hea4ach KsoC3ItadHcssd Draw aew Tbcy stlmaTatc the gtoaaich trrKy and BoVelw to Seakhy aeUeBtaeatet -Uon and fctcrcase the They eeaaaaVft- CURE Lr ttefAjers s t W ctolognes and Price Lists on appUoatfoOe COHASE QR6A CINCINNATI O 8 H DEAN SK aaaaaaaawJa tt propertka ot tbe greatek TakM are a purely vegetable compoad asd he talcea with pert esaieKkherhf eU V7 arcn or aoum j TaeaaaFraaUag h5B 3aav wrkee Fee a am sir years I was sohject t tWoK TBeeOMa arlslac irorn a tQ3orendcaadathiBViM tWoaeS aad -- owefe yerce X Saart JVi ay V Randolph and Am Sfe Prullaat CMICA9Q cciameBced4hB rrritcs W H HALDEMAN of tae Oraat CO hare not had a headache siaeeJ IT P Hsaaeh Gonnley P O Tack O Oat hat thirty yaarsaad csa aayg gyer XQajBU iacirealaU3aVaeatWwtIe Ja -- PflTe aal Importers and Jobbers IK MIhavausdAxrsPabacta saWhr tar that I C iHSgw LOOISTltLE COURIER JODRKAL combination of remedies for cornsneural Cearier JosraaL ThesituatioH at Greeawood is sdll one giapains in the back and aide etcever f atmci ssoaaeat Tie people want to produced T F Day Hazel Green J iacr freaa tie legislature and this ir D D Landsaw Stillwater likely to be a loag felt want They grow Cjlsstdy BoBiKSOif Campton Tsetlosc ae tie iourB go by bringing no Th Crwnwoos Muddle Breens Liniment k certainly the best -- allwat Xe SCaewa ef Queexisware Bateav B racdlclac aaaaaBk ea Br ayhoaee Is aever wkheat heeaja 3SMoeaerijaaaCSIIU - - premise of release from the tucubes that rests heavily Bpon them Nobody apÂ¬ pears to have asked for re enforcements bat there are several expressions in the 3oarier An Editors Reward Exchange eorrespoadenoe crematory The devil met him with a this saorniag which indicate that a few teadr smile of compassion and thus shot aaoreraaswoald be warmly welcomed offhk mouth For man v lone vears thou t ry maim naaatot lorces at the J hast borne the blame ot the bad spelling froat awwse Bouung iasi tae printers aave gotten on m tne will de sotkiBg Evervboey k ready to j paper Thy paper hath gone out for one SttQsiiUtt everr bleed is the rinilar hnt lsl the nnp dollar W nftn of XeatHkys militia loMstain the petty failed to come in for thy paper The smtwit 01 a unjust iw out no inenas t printer nas ne viiea tnee tor wages every of hk race ao cajunpioo of hoaestlabor Saturday nieht when thou hadat uot a has bee foaad in the seeate or house to darn farthing to thy name 3ien have tak pfea tse cause oitfte-- j oi xuiasJa en tny paper without even paying for it then cursed thee for not sending out wwbb i rata to them for bread They prom- - a better paper Thou hast been call isetebewerae before they are better ed dead head by freight conductor and Ged ye he cojoweslth dead beat by the panseager conductors Jourals apccial Aa editor died and went to the worlds ie icrogtic dref te tirr We are In tie market for Furs Hides and Sheep Pelts and solicit consignments We also buy Feath- Â¬ ers Wool Beeswax Tallow Ginseng Eggs and Poultry Write for Price List on Furs and General Produce CHILES THOMPSON WINTERSMITHS CHILL CURE Dr VtninxmiiX Sir I Glassware N c msantactsred by the writes ef Appetite kid ae Uttd ray sfsteathat relief fcegae W sir Piar and WaM O ks upwort Aitcrhiafiaade1 the avcters eara for tira wtete wWwb rttiae y GOu won eaahled te luaain appeUte aad streagti retaraed HeWlLa wtiid 4akW j eese atvjiT TfHn Omcx of net CocaHaa JottaatAi Ixvxrsuvt -- Cincmnati Sidney School Fynitm tikiug Ayf My -- JOHK LOUOHLIK Bole Proprietor ay wetk htgrw aaLl wm ef may yars tha Tlwa your rqiawBt of ita P14 priTe oiiurascat1 know iK t0 7 s Toar Chill Cre xh wir a ntla I vtt oVerrd fee yemr rcaaady prosapt J P EOGERS WITH SIDNEY OfflO Tklx Desk Juia- - keea AdejiteA ia Keerl7 ft CO adih adeldirwKcryot Wholesale Grocers Produce Dealers MT STERLING KY cScacy 1 dt nd tha rood remits of tu cfecu T kxd ohttrrmdna Mr 5L W Mcradltwbofor aora fiAetm yaari ku bcs fcramta cf ay ofice isdacad bc t tail it ia aiy ubBt Tae care beam eatiraly satictory TnefirteMM auadjng ia which I bsiitre ercry oC two year known ramedy had baea tried with tasporary re Â¬ lief the chilis Tttwraiaz periodically aid ataastsjly Yovr cur broke them at with incraJd sererity pace aad thara has b4a ao racurrasa ef thaa far atore thaa six sscfitaat Tha other case was of a silder foraV aad yielded ore readily lo Other reaadtea bat the chUla waad ratara at Latcryala uf ad aiace which tiai ti a til toiir Bdiciae Bowieveral autatha they hara entirely disappaaxad I tia SHIPLEY DOISY 1 ralu m a AIltkeXadlasekoelsefteCesBtTy Ayer s Pills XCAyJtCIWliiaaU -- 1625000 Ifan jCaxcsf NOW IH USE JTaw Frames Charts T Globes Registers Dictionary Holder uT Ciaa - 5 - the opportaaity I hTe had ta judre f doaocj heattate to ezpraaa bt beliel teat your ubiii uora is a valuable tpacificaad perfcrau all yos proJaic From tu DRY GOODS i a- tJ Dictionaries Aaatonaical lifodels Erasers Blackboards LiqaW t Slatifii Belk Crayea jueroseopoe eded in a scheel reeaa And everythiagr aTWnte as fo r cosaplete catalofae Ad Nsniral - - tS m wM X T cr BLAOBBMnTH hosse msmsJmxauJATi tlfaiwa DnM3Tfl mmamtr - Cor 4th and Sim CINCINNATI V traati OHIO 7 s Sidnty Holy for It YoVy reapaetfally W Siool nxiWm Cwwaij 3T3K5T OHIoe JfHATD5AJr aaaal W UVf T y faW rffc 3HP rS A r rW- - WT -- J itfHMOHKiWHKH wmmmmisuimm Hal read Maatffts Mt 8tcrliag Gasette IFlZEL GSEEN HeBAU MMirtTNrAlMthiiUKM CORRESPONDENCE VIRGINIA 0 V A Va x x - HL JL i aoi I If i The school in this vicinity under the direction of J Z Haney closed on the5th Inst Several persons were present and statd they were well pleased with the examination speeches and essays prepared and recited by the pupils F-for J T LOUISVLLLi XX Eev W S Mnddix pastor of the Baptist church of this community will preach Hwt D S Godsey U at home o a Ks Last Notice B at Bethsalam next Saturday 2 p u to hk family He will return to There is perhaps no other sheriff in the week rkk and Sunday following 11 oclock A K Fraakf art la aboat a wecfc The first quarterly meeting of Cedar state of Kentucky who would take his yersM H George Chaney vicinity has Bluff circuit will be held at Indian on 3d moved his blacksmith of this to Daysbor individual means and pay the taxes of tools Tke epetitia feree pcsp kasso supe Â¬ ough George advertise in The Herald rior atee ckaia and sactioa paaaps slwayc his fellow citizens as Sheriff Center has and 4th of Aprils Come one come all Thomas A Clark of Swords creek and you will get all the work done Officers are not generally so clev Jq jKeckatBF- - JtiziOLL 3it Scerlisg you can do Bussell county was in Indian on the etss to step up to the auditor and say Born Feb 21st to the wife of Thoa Walter a boy Also on Feb 6feaotr Cooper amd J Mile Lyitie Here sir is the taxes due from my 25th ult WHOLESALE Charles Hurt of Jeffersonville paid wife of Benjamin Blankenship22d to the cditers f Tse Herald are at Mt Ster- Â¬ county My fellow citizens are hard girl a ling thii mk i the interest of their pressed for money and I will pay their Indian a flying visit on the 25th ult Dry Isom Long is erecting a barn which h Gaiikey taxes for them in advance believing paper will add much to the appearance and John A Carter 729 731 and 738 they me called upon TKOM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT convenience of his farm YoBtiae Pieratt of Maytowa was This willtpayCenterwhen virtually done James G Carter Sheriff has Cedar Bluff March 4 John Haw The people of this vicinity are quite the gaett of h sou J H Pieratt on lsat for the people of Wolfe county and we D A Forliae tttAIN STRTET Xo kins died suddenly at his home in Bap Â¬ busy preparing their land for the next Bethel Wednesday He was 68 years old oa do not believe there is a man within her J U tarter Jr LOUISVILLX XT tist Valley a few days since He was crP- Sunshine ihat day ooraers wno wiu not sumcienuy apprecv-- fquite a young man but not too young KJLXJ3f JUT S J jas a ssxmixwoiax I smx report of the proceediags of ate the favor to respond promptly to his f0T the emog of ntemperance He was BREATHITT COUNTY the Weif Bartsrly court last week UALLi Â¬ and sHyimwofiTK the case of W P Taulbee - a should To the Tax payers of Wolfe coanty f of feeVe coustitutionwnisuy it is said he Jackson March 11 Col Bennett H too ireeiy Young aiea irom anniang Yoa are earnestly requested to be Young men take warning and stop accompanied by an experienced have re4 W P Trimhlec MaaafactBrsrs and Jebbers of ready to pay your taxes on the next drinking mining engineer and a number of other call I think Ibave waited long enough gentlemen from abroad are prospecting Gov Gravillc Evaae of Caraptosj Bev W Browning occupied the pulpit the mineral fields in the interest of the will confer favor oa his friends in this at least as long as I can Would be glad at this J place last night He had for hiB sectien if he will aead to this office his if I were able to indulge you longer I text the 1st verse or the 10th chapter of K U railway The colonel says if the recipe for pickling pork that it ay be have paid your taxes for you about Bomans His sermon was lengthy but cannel coal holds out in their future ex- Â¬ three months ago out of my own means published in Tax iiEEALl next week to plorations as it has in the past the rail- Â¬ in order to keep from pressing you but he succeeded in interesting the people road will come to Jackson the last The Jackson literary society resumed Jaates Howard Wilson and little the time has come when am compelled Carr is conducting a pro- Â¬ work last Bev Friday The following oflicers Esther hk daaghtor left for Kaasas to hare the money or be pressed myself tracted DH meeting Steeles Chapel Kev elected notice may all lat Thursday The expressions of grief I send this ny the that you call on have J W Browning atof Cedar Bluff Bev P were president President J J Dickey Â¬ 605 W 3aAnr Stxhtt vice you A C Baker correspondtime we aad the tears shed by Esthers school the money local not I will be compelled to make it ac-Â¬ J Lockhartassisting and B F Cecil ex ing secretary T P Cardwell Jr record- Â¬ sates told plainly that she was beloved If him LOUISYILLI 3TT cording to law On all taxes not paid horter are 20 families living at Indian ing secretary Win Bryant treasurer by all ix Haxel Green There are by the first of April I will be compelled and they challenge the state to produce Miss Nannie Kaah sergeant-at-arm- s NTJNNELLY M Day of this place hrs purchas- - to add the per cent allowed by law F 2i ai xiounasnen WITH a village that can bring forward as many The board of trustess o e noase asa jot lormeriy occupied Jackson acad-Â¬ boys between the ages of five and 15 aa SherhTWolfe county A Indian can Forty is emy met on Monday and appointed J J owned by CoL B J Samuel and the number CO OVn WUIjADIlh XliLflUU AUCUUIUC On Tuesday the 23d ult I was in Jef- Â¬ Dickey collector The land for the acadcopper or job of If yon of J TjlJay from which he moved is sheet ironwaiit a good on B tin ItlDDSIX fersonville and from the number I saw emy building was surveyed and found to work call F xow occapiejr by Albert Burton WHOLESALE SADDLBK Main street ML Sterling Sly beastly drunk I think the whisky men contain six acres and one pole DEALER IN Awaiting shipment from Bothwell are must have done a fair business that day 800 pounds of books collected by Mrs Jttet si we go te press we learn that x They Dont Want It Abolished Cursed set of men they are L J B Xhnlas MaaBiaWrrs Laura B Cross of Louisville for Che difficulty eeearred in Lee county lastn A mass meeting of the citizens of J DaUf I sec my call for Garkey had the Jackson academy W G Barrett oerirEiKasr Between jisciieiie sew Â¬ Wolfe county assembled at Campton desired effect It brought her out and A large crowd in town Sa4dlHanww4 Monday court xiaa aidissc Eider Jaes Cundiii inter on the 9th day of March 1886 made her call wildly for Uncle Bemus day but all were orderly But one J 72Snd730 ceded Iforpeace Bowman fatally shot C C Hanks was called to the chair to help her ad d iarsisi WlfafBi drunken man was seen in town Caadiijand Kker shot Bowman killing and Joseph C Lykina made secretary - MT STEBLING KY NO 10 MAIN STBEET It is thought that Tazewell is going to Daniel Haddix and Miss Sidney Noian SaddSwy Hardwart r him ineiaittly The following resolutions after a dis- Â¬ have a railroad in the near future Wel- Â¬ cussion of the subject were unanimously come 0 thou long wished for railroad were united in marriage this afternoon in of LOUISTILIJ T We heve received the initial namber adopted Born To the wife of Augutus Daily by BeY W B Cooper CLOCKS FBOM ONE 100 DOLLAB UP Charlie Howe representing Trimble Powell County Journal It is a ofrthe 1st Besolved That the citizens of on the 24th ult a son it being the 10th 3 00 GEOEGX DOLL M Bros wholesale grocers Mt Sterling One Day Clock strike six celumn folio has a neat newsy apÂ¬ Wolfe county Jn mass meeting earnestly son and 13th child WITM When Eight DayClock i 75 pearance and deserves the hearty sup and emphatically protest against any The first indication of spring has was in town last week 3 7S and Album pert of the people of Powell county We action of the legislature of Kentucky made its appearance Numerous drum- Â¬ Capt W L Hurst has bouzht the in Eight Day Clock St flostiitrfi terest of S M Tutt in 300 walnut logs J 00 80LID SILVER WATCHES welcome it to our exchanre- - list and curtailing or impairing the usefulness mers showing their samples S H Hurst sold to C J Little lumber Silver Plated Spoons 1 00 wish it success and loBg life of the geological survey of Kentucky Peaches in this country are all killed 8BccMrs te SMenVerg Natkaa 4Fkxar valved at 300 on Frozen creek 2nd Besolved That it is the judg- in the bud iTarticular attention paid to Repairing Call and set my goads Encore Wm Spencer sold his interest ia 400 M Wilsons ment of this meeting that the destruc- Â¬ The sua whe eteie WHOLESALE JOHN W walnut logs to the Day Bros MORGAN COUNTY wool had better iara it at once if he tion of this department would be the Cpat W L Hurst of Wolfe baa been wishes to ceutiaae to live with a whole worst blow that could be inflicted upon N H- - TRIMBLE ROBT M TRIMBLE Maytottn March 10 Howard Wil- Â¬ attending court this week hide Dick tracked the party to his this state and one which will retard its AND through here yesterday en Jerry is sot hoaeadajsif the wool that brought progress many years and that as tax Â¬ son passedHazel Green He informed county Kastcrling has moved to Magffin section payers and citizens of Eastern Kentucky route to back there wUl be war in Mukcius 712 JJn 714 Sours Sos Matt siad the weolaaa will furnish the battle a section so vitally interested in the de- Â¬ your correspondent that he and Floyd WOLFE COUNTY groand velopment of this commonwealth we Patrick were going to move west next Set 7 A 4c tt week We hope they may get rich while urge upon our representatives in the Campton March 43 Your corre-Â¬ LOUISYILUC XX Rev-- Isaac Marphy iaf erase as that he legislature to use their best endeavors out there as they are both clever gentlespondent chanced to be in the clerks men AND DEALERS IN hae jast received the news that his broth Â¬ to foster and sustain this great work Elijah Lockhart has bought H C office and on examining the records found er Mike MurohT of Tintoe coaatr 3rd Besolved That a copy of these JHSMOCX wmt Lacy s house and lot in this place and that a man by thenameof Charles Bich 1 IaiL was acdieatiy killed ay a falling resolutions be sent to The Hazel Geeex Let ardson was couveyingjajl the land that JiMb oa tae tk day at Jaaaary last Herald and the Courier Journal for will move here the first of April Jo everybody in Maytown give Mr Lock-The accident happened about 4 oclock publication and to the senator and rep hart and wife a hearty welcome as Ihey oat that day and he died 4 ocleck oa aesentative of this county Wkelei Dtalso in TT onmo jlijo Kt 1 rnvnra LUC lortrJ RJfA are both good people V W8uu6 TNio uaiviiU IAY2a tha JJLIU UL1 rT the fallowing morning C C Hakks Chairman says will be two the head of Lacy and Gillmdre creek X JOStPH U LiYKINS Secretary JJor Madam rumor in there neighborhood and ted river 1 noticed that in one this three weddings We learn that a daily aaail line has in the the near future Lookout Hazel conveyance he has sold 8000acres toS been established iroa Pooroytpa MeniÂ¬ A 4 Cent Poultry Book fee countyjto Caaapton and service will D Craig North Evanston 111 has Green will lose one of her young bloods M Low of Troy N Y but am not abte F to locate the land from the description be placed upfca it as soon as the contract issued a 36 page 72 columns book with if you dont watch for carryfcfg calTbe let This will be colored cover describing his folding In- Â¬ Dr B F Dixon has bought a house given in the deed I write this that my 715 and 717 Wst Ma Stewft good newsto the people of Campton ae cubator and Brooder to which is added a and lot of W H Lawson and will stay people may beware of land swindles Maytown We are of Bennett It Young of Louisville Mr Stiweea 7tk and Ki it gives them their mail IS hours earlier large amount of information on poultry with the people has permanently located Emmett of New York who represents Besides a full description of incubators proud that he than they sow receive it IN ESTABLISHED LOUYTLLX XT how they are built operated etc in- Â¬ with us an English syndicate and B F Crawford Mrs W H Taulbee spent yesterday of Lexington were in town this week All that ea hesapplied toward aaak structions are given for building the JACOB HAiXIS with B A Childers of this place She Col Young addressed lag the natural hair beautiful aad abaa best brooder ever invented at a trivial large crowd on dant is costacaed ia Ayers Hair Viger cost also illustrates a model hennery in was on her return from Frankfort where the development of the resources of MT It keeps the scalp free from daadrnfi four pictures shows how 1000 per cent she had been to see her husband Eastern Kentucky r St Op W T Day our efficient town marshal the hair from becoming drvad can be made yearly from 100 hens prevaaSB - SI Wes King and Crit Cassityf who of Agency Total Assets hajahad make It iexible aad glossy all breeds of fowls over75 varie is at Louisville attending the Unitai assaulted T F Vancleavesome time ago 31000000 00 1S61 London and Lancashire 1835 Royal of Liverpool stimulates the roots to healthy action ties vocabulary of over 60 terms used States court drTHOrJESAXX It was arrested by Jailer Drake add brought 1835 Liverpool and London of Liverpool 9260000 ee f aad promotes a healthy vigorous growth in scoring fancy fowls tells all about Joseph Wyatt of Mt Sterling spent before Judge Steele and Esq Terrel The uu 1S10 Hartford of Hartford and Uloba 454140 00 canonizing hew to make eggs pay Thursday with B A Childers of this court dismissed the defendants the cause 1303 North British ot ingiaaa- 300iZwv 849 Springfield ot Springfield 2535633 CO HercaaThe Hazel Greea cemetery is ia a bad small hen bouses winter laying quar Â¬ place Lice Skillet 33301000 00 1863 Tiremens Fand of Cali- tile of England of action being barred by limitation conditioaadtheaepple ef this section ters incubator chicks secrets of artifi- Â¬ C of N orth America 1473023 00 r Dr J H Stamper has just retuned 1794 Ins Cajoey March 8 Yesterday the pro who have the means sfcealdtieaate liber Â¬ cial hatching 1863 Northwestern NationaL Egyptian hatchine ovens 115483 00 724 aad 796 Hais Str 1 874035 00 ally to a Tfspfc tovmake the grounds a poultry dogs Profitable Home Indas tracted meetinc at this nlace closed Jj from Cincinnati where he has been to llO Bun Fire Officeof London 5863000 00 1750 Niagara of New York 5383916 46 1865 JBoatmans Fittsbarg Btwt 7tk m4 Mkv 782 Phenix f London 411499 00 W Ju tievedon have his eyes treated He reports- that departed dear wj iwi uvmcu by itev deceat recepucleior their uv xxteu iviniam Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well kaew oi the Baptist church and Bev W B his eyes are no better and that the ocuv one There 5eao fence to laclose the iA SHmuer enquiries eggs withouti gnreefretiae 4epreatieas of cattle roosters and i other matter No books Jttagan of the Methodist Church South list am not give aim nuca encourage corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental cesspanies beiBg dear at any price LOUlSYLLIJrY hogs c4aa astrafdr vleitiag the spot seat except for 4 cents stamps taken There were 48 confessions during the two ment The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as they B E Boberta representing Carter would a hanker or a person who U to hold their funds ia trist Look te quality as tke woald nitartQy coaclade that those See advertisement of incubator in an weeks they preached here 25 of whom HATS Co ol Louisville is in town paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully ioined the church at this Dlace Evcrr Bros there baried have been forgotten by their other place A HOITiiAX merchants and children are always hbodyisplea3edTvith the result of the The friends kftrjehtnd While we have Office At Traders and Deposit Bank glad of his arrival a beaatifullittlecity for the living let The March number of Deraoresta Mag- Â¬ usecting Jb Ck S as aakeaa eiert to carrespoBdmgly azine will be found unusually interesting J G and Daniel Gosney of Campbell Mrs Paulina Burton is very low with T4OWXlW4e are visiting their brother Charles z oitr-e-- f the dead beaatify It is a A Quaint Cuban city Siasconset chronic disease but is supposed to be county county Sasnum of this we owe the departed ones debt and The Two Esthers are remarkably better Dr Haisv is attendinjr her good articles Jennie June conclude We noticed the beaming countenance Our Stock Sates Michael BaesHrk aged 17yeers sea of herpaperon A Womans Club sulci of W B Ly kins of Ezel in our midst DSALSX XX Cbmiantai wU The stock sales at this place last Wednes Comer Pearl and V Thomas Baekk kdied at the residence Mrs Harts serial procresses pleasntlv this week Jwjirte day werjs attended by a large crowd of peo- Â¬ here ezpcs keir tlMsks iwr f his father at Daysborongh in this Among the prohibition articles worthy Farmers are beginning to break land ple from this and adjoining counties- - We cwKsiers atttnr ciatheir trade sjw Q4iac coanty on the morning of the 12th j of aote r The BesponsibUitv of the for corn in this section tivHnce oi 5ive the following purchases as reported by met He had been sick about sax j Christian Church for the Liquor Traffic Pieratt anctioncer Co is The saw jnill of G B Lykins fftf alwavs ke a tck mmji 9 HAZEL GBEEN KENTUCKY moartaM with bat was not or w jenmngs uemorest and Latest doing excellent work Jim Fast wit kit gewd Ub vMaaK J TDay 2 mules 125 1 mule 65 3 yaes be ready te ntituft yws steers 43 yoke oxen 205 1 pair acred daaceroaeiy so natil tbeS Evolutions of the Temperance Beform XSX8 COSSTAHTLT OK KAXX X 3TUIX SOXTXT OT Sweet bye and bye 2 cows 50 1 heifer 10 2 steers wbft he was by Frances E Willard Both of these treaiag before Jut death 49 1 cow 3250 2 steers 5250 Staple and Fancy Dry Coods L B GBEEl mad Clothing tafcea tiffifnilyrfH aad died in a lex articles contain the most vigorous and West Liberty March 13 There 1 yoke oxen 76 1 wrm jU at J jiitetWi wi ftial Vji aggressive thought on the political aspects were many sad hearts at the postoffice on James Cannoy 1 mule 35 heifer 37501 hears 1 cow 33Hats Caps Boots Shoss Qussnswaro Tlnwar ppsamfaehar bariag saved to thk ofthe prohibition movement The variÂ¬ Wednesday evening caused by the non cow and calf 30 5 heifers 74 2 cows 48 WSITZ iMBT Hardware Tab and Pockat Cutiary Grocar ceaatry frem that state aboat eight ous other departments of the magazine arrival of the steamer Kemp Several J M Rose 6 steers 14250 James Lacy ru-i - TBaBftlsaam isi JtBVBMPBBk JB1B heifers 3750 2 heifers 5505 years ao The deceased was a member are well filled and i4The Worlds Trog- - of the young ladies had congregated ies Stoves and Farming Imptomwit mi fete Pwaaiienaa cfearoa aaa a cea- - ress ss verv rsadahlft A Vwvunnfnl ml there all eager to get The Hebald and G B Swango 1 calf 8 G- - W Carson 1 24 Wm Day 1 cow 25 8 M Tyler In fact everything usually kept In a iirst class country store aad at BOTTOM PRICXM chrietwrn He was bried oa picture Earlr Spring forms the front- guess what But alas I Kemp did not bull S5 1 horse Fiord Henslv 1 yoke oxen Also will tka in exchange for Goods or in paytatmt ef any deetdae me all kinis f the Hsascl Green i ispiece and a photogravure of The put in his appearance until Thursday 120 Robert Greearade 1 mule 35 W T Country Produce and Live Stock of every decritie logwro3 nczzin iz very sinking morning Swango 1 yok oxen 60 J A iSSEkj Â¬ A meeting was held at the court house inserted Monday night attended by a large num- Â¬ S its feat iasertien and 25 ber of tax payers and prominent citizens ceatta tack smfcMet iasert of Montgomery county at which meeting the question of an amendment to the TIME TABLE charter of the Ky A railroad KMtaf Mi Strife Attnife this and other counties to aid Standard iate 22 nsiwaie stewac than Ml ia its extension was fully discussed- - E W T Bean was elected chairman nd Cape 9trUc tise 7 Ke- - 4 etlisr at jl k arrive W T Havens secretary of the meeting Xe 2 tm JUChvellat rju Jt arrives at Speech ea ia favor of the passage by the legislature of an amendment to the char-Â¬ JCt- - Sterling ai 1050 A 3 Xe 3 lafcvfcrift Sterliag at 140 P Jt ar- - ter of the road for th purpose mentioned were saade by Col A T Wood J Green at JUtk weU at 3 20 P K Xe 4teav3 ell at 345 r K arrives Trimble Judge Halser L T Chiles st XL Sterliag at 530 P J Xg 2 Hiceto at Mt Starling with 1105 a Judge B F Day IL TBean and others The following were unani X ad L7 r x trains railway raouely Adopted resolutions CmciaBati aad Leakville LexHfik 1st Besolved That it is the sense of 3e 3 eaecta at 3L Sterling with HS5 A freWtfce East asd U6 this meeting that the city of ML Sterling X MiCiO raa jwunnt aad CiBciBBceL and the county of Montgomery should rMsaigaaaery resatv eaart day special aid in the extension of the Ky B A 4fcwcH tie 3rd IfeBday is each railway by donations and properly guard- Â¬ BwrtlPae 733 A Jt arrivi at Mt Sterliag ed subscriptions of stock at sane etKrsMc--lrML Sterlisg 2nd Besolved That the chair appoint 3 T X arrivig at Jtetkwctl at L39 p x at Lavc Xthwell ML Sterling at 5 X a committee of 10 citizens of Montgomery-cto draft and present to the GE0BHAPJER8bPL ounty Kentucky legislature such a properly guarded act as will enable the city of HAZEL CftEEM KY SCAKCH 17 1886 Mti kerling and Montgomery county or WEDNESDAY any district therein to aid in extending the said road by donations oi subscrip LOCAL 1YEWS tioas of stock These resolutions were amended so as A erMS i k b your ymm ikewi to apply to Wolfe Breathitt and Magof Â¬ tkat Tur sfeeritlei kaa expired fin counties and the resolutions as r I 4ue Ik either emce tbb re xe- ikMeetf Uy requested te reasttstad re amended were adopted cw yiar Mbseripttea st4 esc The chairman then appointed the fol Â¬ lowing committee B F Day L T Mrs 8peftcr Cooper basgoae to Lex Chiles I Halsey J G Trimble Wm isgtea m vkk Van Antwerp T H Easton H Cajnpbell W G Triable A T Wood and W A TXStGkeIl WagH for i ale at 8 DeHaven to draft the proposed amend GArrHCILL ML StorUs Best aad present it to the legislature with apetitioa to Bepresentative Godsey Capt B E Bofeerti mitca that he will aad Senator Taulbee requesting them to be here today or tomorrow use every effort to secure its passage Immediately after the adjournment of yfm y WL GieB Rag Hides the meeting the committee met and disAc S S Gxrwrui lit terii cussed the points to be embraced in the Train tf all siaea aed sfcajtss cam Be proposed bill A sub committee was apÂ¬ tatad at Jt P iLDBEIXilCaVt street lit pointed to draw up a bill and present it tkerlisg to the committee ihuraday evening K JP Pieratt left for the JCL Sterijig Best arkot Pridar with a nice lot of cattle Ac forPatent Flour ShipBtuffs Salt Seeds sals at S 8 Gaitsxills lit 8ter- lk w t sdrsrtkesieftta ktefc Mi uthorizing -- Xm fr rxraB lart nC40 ea ir -- x -- a Tazewell Cemsty Items for The Herald Cedab Bluit March 2 Married at the residence of the brides father B A Xissford Miss Louis J Lissford to Mr Thomas A Lestre both of Tazewell The bridesmaids and groomsmen were as follows George B Hurt and Miss Nan- Â¬ nie E Plummer J G Lissford and Miss Helen V31cGuire John Whitt and Miss Tivis Jones B B Steele and Miss Cora L Claypool Albert Lestre and Miss Jane Lestre Choc Gardner and Miss Clem H Lissford Two little fairies or candle bearers Misses Mattie L Peery and An- Â¬ nie M Lestre Eev P J Lockhart off- Â¬ iciated A beautiful table was delicously loaded and everything went on nicely until about half past eight oclock when those singing games began which some says are a disgrace to civilization King alcohols agents tried to canvass the com Â¬ pany and I am sorry to say partially May success continually succeeded wreathe laurels for the brows of Mr Les- Â¬ tre and his beautiful bride all through life Died Of consumption on the last day of February at the residence of her brother Miss Fannie Joyce She was a young lady and we hope is now in the land of Beulah the Elysian fields where no sickness can cyer enter Misses Nannie and Bertin Cecil have just returned from Steeleaburg where they have been attending the meeting It is is reported that Miss Nannie went a Hunt mg A tableau of great impress was wit nested not long since by the young par son and two young ladies which will A very pleasant social wargiven at the residence of J T Hazerigg on Monday night in honor of Misa Willie Sample of Ezel The crowd lingered until late in the night and reluctantly left the halls of pleasure each one feeling that it was a night long to be remembered W H Manker moved into H C Turners property on Prestonsburg street last Thursday and W T Womack moyed into the property on Main street formerly occupied by Mr Manker Our town is alive with drummers this week D H Lawton Bobt Smith Mr Clark and several others whose names we did not learn are registeied at the Kendall House J P Thornley of Nashville Tenn formerly a resident of this place is reg- Â¬ istered at the Morgan House and shak- Â¬ ing hands with his friends Eld Leander Lacy district evangel- Â¬ ist commenced a protracted meeting in the Chrisfcain church at this place on last Friday night Your correspondent in company with Alphonso McUuire had the pleasure of visiting friends in Maytown this week The little folks had a candy party at Menifee Turners last Tuesday night E B May of Maytown attended court at this place Monday Quarterly court this week and a very large crowd in attendance Cricket and retail We are anxious to sell Our Goods and will make our prices right - c e willmot Cash Dry Goods Store - 1 0 j WHOLESALE The Water of JUfe ffor Affiicted Humanity of aauk Grae e TbtspriBs Ta- - ibonareis sum lM4ed tarte 9 fee- - Orders filled promptly and carefully We liave a big drive in a Box toe Boot at 350 extra good Come and see me Reese ceataf e ot Irom tlun any tfcr water xmewx feeaee it Is the mtf rahMMejn tke 4mn f Urease aaed iatonutty erixratty Aasog the many diseaMe wkMi UA is heir to aad for which taia woaderM watr tae SsUewia CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSLLXIK DISEASES SCBOFUlTA TABBH BHEUMATJBM NELTBALGIA NEJt--VOU8NE- S6 4trtM e f B tl s tke sasMtiftl Sewniarsee per water cMstans a u zmtb cure are Dosmvaaa cE Building WILLMOT - MT STERLING KT JUDY OLDHAM JUDY DSALCRS IX- - Successors to HANLY Moiint Sterling Ky Upper Grabs y March 12 John E Nickell a moral and upright young gen- Â¬ Â¬ Dr probably not be forgotten by them soon Wanted to know To whom is Gar key under obligations for the valuable paper The Hekald The party who sent you the Christmas stationery Ed L K Nixon the regular saddle and harness dealer of this place is now mak-Â¬ ing his headquarters at Belfast Mills Bussell county Va Bev J W Browning occupied the Methodist pulpit laBt Sunday at the old Deskins church now known as Mt Pleasant 3fis Jennie C Witten who has been teaching school at Steelesburg will re-Â¬ turn to her home in Jefferson ville next tleman of this vicinity on 5th inst while on his way to the store with a bas Â¬ ket of eggs hisjcritter took a fright and threw John off into the mud He received no serious injury from the fall but he informed us on his return that eggs had a fall Frank Loy formerly of Walnut Grove Hardware Queensware Stoves Grates Plows c Sole Agents for the World Renowned a iew of tke nanre4s tf i wkiek kave been te4rwla to tke efteaey f tail water ia disease One lady writes I am s tkanM te t Great Giver of all Blessusfs that I trie Swiaga Springs Freely I give aX the tike aad saecey spent thera JfcrtiM health aad streaftk I new eaey a jrenueaua oi iuisms sara I tia lfe water of Swaage Spriafs did ate mt taaa all tae soou ams I Jurr ever tried I r ui certamir oe wkb FOB aaamnext w XX73XX3CZS ML T Idas P L Reese ML Sierlisg Xyr F IL HXakk Hrs F X Hinkle Jfm Ckrke Tlim Lik tuBOBials We aspead AC m m m- e4 iUJGTrifl Ky Jkc A large hotel k new beia hailt which will aibrd ample aceKmedite to visttocs Far fartaer laformatioH ia regard te beard TENNESSEE WAGONS his again fixed his residence at Dicks Glory Mr Loy will assist in the man- Â¬ agement of the mills belonging to F M Long Frank is an experienced engineer and we think Dick has done well in se curinghis services The Best and Cheapest Wagon on Wheels AydeIotte The Trade of Wolfe and adjoining counties is McCord respectfully solicited WHOLESALX The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Medicinal Roots Herbs and Barks f Except Ginseng- No 611 Wr Haix Bttlxxt w address Or this efice HARRISON SWANGO Hascl Green Ky H GLLLIS wrrx HATTERS E BGBEBTS Â¬ J T BREEN SON Importers I Wholesale Druggists Main Street Mt Sterling Ky Carter Bros iGo Coods and Notion K Â¬ iAI Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se lected Stock of ADAM BAUM a Cheap Which he sells as they cane bought in the State Give him a call and be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else Boa you may go -- II 11 M Clocks mm I LI1S 11 Wholesale and Retail as 1 nn Â¬ JOHN W JONES DUNULP BEOS -- Watches Jewelry Largest Stock Silverw are 1 Eastern Kentucky Finw Â¬ JONES Â¬ TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS BOOTS SHOES ti hg1Ji3 lmf-Pnt- Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Davis Maiiory j Powder Field and Garden J oeeas jslt opening ixy Tliey carry the largest stock and DBY GOODS NOTIONS do tne largest business of any And yiuacy Goods house in Mt Sterling 1845 The Leading Insurance Agency OF STERLING KY escribes 4384870 80 IavI Kewbnrjsr curnai nam temm - y was--conduct- x CASGL0 YEa lz Â¬ a W Diddnson B SWANGO Rady HAT HOUSE pt GENERAL MERCHANDISE cemon id - f- 22-yeat-ol- d fW rejg 1 JS IJfPtfiSK s m m mmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmammmmmm EXCITEMENT UNABATED THE ALPHABET as13Terrible Cea-A SarvlTal of tk Fittest In as Tolatloawry Froof that that Phyalclam i The flavor and crispness of celerj anesuiian 01 xurjcey Keeps aronna Sease feftiK is Ttm his placc 13000 of the best troops in are increased by soakingv the stems in In the struggle for existence the Latin 0OSropretE -the Ottoman Empire Y ice water for a short time before the 1 Ctcvdcmd 0 EeraJtd its stalks are placed on the table The Ca- Â¬ alphabet alone survived among iL Eenkin formerly Belgian Testerday and the day before we copied - - EEKTUCKY eneral Italian compeers and was carried by into our columns from the Rochester JSTy terer at Vienna was Darned to a short time ao having goao to not to freeze in cow or the extension of the Roman Empire Democrat and Chronicle a remarkable state-Â¬ Water ought deth sle with a lighted cigar in his mouth horse stables on the coldest nights and through the length and breadth of ment made by J B Henloa M D a gen lOt stOBEixioTTERS A woman in Bohemia was lately at the same time the ventilation should j Western Europe Most of our modern tleman who is well known in this city In -that article Dr Henion recounted a won- Â¬ be such that the air is always sweet acec tfee Traveler sentenced to imprisonment ior ten days TtetA flftircjr European alphabets are its direct off- derful experience which befell him and the 7jm for forgery because she changed her Zmfiire Never wash the feet in warm It is only in nhvsicians nreecrintion callinc for 120 weather except iust before retiring spring especially in Eastern Europe next day we published from the same paper ImAaMpcft wfaea a aaaa leaves home Ruissia that its a second article giving an account of the more read 620 witt 7VSS TS6KAJSS Cntfclxl Cold water with a little ammonia or i lerte jorey arewwi the world he is a grams of morphine so that it Greek mother and subsequent rival has excitement in Rochester and elsewhere Mistily CEXWiW T0SICS qafcklr salt dropped in is much pleasanter and X afgipiif oonsoquenoeia bis aeighbor gram new House of Commons con Â¬ stood its ground and even the present caused by Dr Henions statement It is ui E5WCSES TOTS The ma CkeactlosofttellwMrfXMMfa century has witnessed the triumph of the mkI people speak of himwkk tains 12 lawyers 60 manufacturers 42 Ice houses on farms instead of be- - Roman characters in Slavonic countries doubtful if any two articles were ever pub wjlesloakestfcWBSlu lished which caused greater commotion ing expensive luxuries are becoming over alphabets of Greek origin urwrTeeet Wfeen IhS sets to the merchants So journalists zo oanKers w professionals anlayniK It is both among publication of these two arti- Â¬ tajwe t tea nrat sziaiCEris 21 ship owners Not economic necessities in the better pres- Â¬ T Eatt only half way round be is an 24 brewers and of 670 members are of Since the that a time will come when the cles having been besieged wlta letters ot Btiuoa Aii ervation of fresh eggs meats butter Sossible characters will triumph likewise familiarly spoken of wore tlian 60 out Mracficr Dr sent a the distinctly aristocratic class and also cooked meats vegetables even over alphabets which claim their inquiry tvb also to communication to Co Ms J A Gtsxs a S-- Gb St Co hm term of as much as a- globe trotter Warner ithhaor Hoaion and HH proof could be ooTHTlb Ust k3 troubledXcooldr la - some orandals over Â¬ etc for table use Troy Times Last summera L sw aj blood foe tha aniil yew doscent from the Phoenician parent of asking if any additional as teauer Auufc t threw the rocking stone inthe Wye Val- Â¬ irprowca iaa comesapi lag to relieve mo White Cake One and one fourth the Greek alphabet itelf it is no given and hereit is irfeichhaa benefited Basr JUtT e resident ley in the Fm Vest All of stone has been celebrated This r tin iwn RmAnZV- - OfeiflL MM 1 ups of sugar butter the size of an egg longer doubtful that the immease ma- Â¬ Gextlemex I owe my life andpresent id Browns Ire Bitter as Meed people IwtTexiadeAe triple often that since the time of the Druids It has creamed whites of two eggs beaten jority if not the whole of the alphabets health wholly to the power ot Warners lm good results bQ eeai7 wi J Cure which snatched me from the to them and been rep iced at the cost of 2500 It v rT7 W stiff two thirds of a cup of sweet milk used in the East are descended like the Safe brink of the grave it is the merest cidet very It is not surpris- my Ohio rumored Ubfcche Iros Bittew fcr took the rocks to make the old rock rock of baking powder alphabets of the West from the alpha ing that people should question the stater landblood Itsays J ned BrownsSwfM two teaspoonfuls i1fe es4keiftem f a tourist aaaweft them see fcn4 baa C3mDlsr cmnd a ace Bftflre sifted with two cup3 of flour Flavor bet of Phoenicia We can trace the suc- ment I made t which is trne in every re ifflnaeasely It shocks the - -- 21 blood waa Terr thin aad wsSetjr cad I omntmm spect for my recovery was as great a marwith lemon The Household Experiments on an extensive cale that x3e slangy name so cessive gradations by which the letters end weak aad languid Aftar bv mtg fcw bottle ft w have beVaade in Germany to ascer eetjwto who have undertaken of the inscriptions of Mesha or tha Si- - vel to mvseu as w my jpaysiciaiis D Most persons Erowna Iroo Blttea L aad he finds himself univmHy friends V - and JB HON IL fcealth aad atrenstX aad cbeerfaUriseewniwi tain4the relative strength of ironto introduce foreiem grasses have met loara tunnel became the flowing charac- Â¬ a eWofievolt against the foreiga fr GaaiaobMiboTaTradeliadoredrdttBew Rochesteb IT T Jan 21 with very poor success The cause of ters of Palmorene epigraphy and the oMaffiHaffeyiaaXhiBseeportif he ex steel girders The soft steel girders Jfadolybr on wrapper TakeM can Sirs their partial or entire failure is probably running hand of Aramaic papyri and that the The best proot weby Drgive you BROWS CMKaUCAXC thr sonaethinff of the proved to be twenty two per cent and gALTMWIfc3 ivwkliwisht36fce Henfon statements to be found in poor seed The calls for fropi the Palmyrene characters it is but are entirely true and made not have been Glifciese an hare experiences wholly 1 hard steel girders sixty six per cent would than the iron girders foreign grass seed are somewhat rare a slight step to the Square Hebrew of unless strictly so Is the following THE SEVES STAGES OF JCaet3al Shanrhals Importance is stronger -Spain AiL REQUIRE AT SCAOr and dealers are likely to keep stocks for the modern Jews Even the Neskhi or estimonial from the best citizens of RochThe annual murder rate of Twrrr r vttrmiMeisj ana xae socuu uac published by Rev Drr - and Hungary is 9 for every 100000 in Cliicago Times manyycara jtsdiaare3 are ooKycfiticmsl asdEuroArabic alphabet which in spite of its ester and a card H H Warses Co Foote 2 Th61 in Jtaly it is Jn arolno A horse is not fully matured until manifold imperfections has been made ito4blaat 4ree- - the upper class habitants and Belgium 18 and Austria in only 05 wCErance six years of age Immature animals are the vehicle of Persian and Turkish liter- Â¬ To Whom it ITay Concern jwcialrcladoiM with A beyond the for- - Great Britain Jn crimes against public We are porsonally or by reputation acÂ¬ often overtaxed and thoiriuture useful- Â¬ ature a3 well as off the thoughts of the Chinese or officials there jG9fffKmmW3lLmKL and webelievo Con morality Italy averages 4 and Germany Young horses should vast Arabic speaking world ness discounted rfwd oalk aadehy aewv arrfr can quainted with DrnoHenion statement not literally1 he would publish wealth and 35000 inhabitants but its not be worked too hard u they are ex- Â¬ oe snown to nave rlsGeeeraIUTonihe Taotal or Gov- - not less than IS same true Weare also personally or by reputa uie the Shanghai province and re-A rematkablescene was witnessed appearance is very much that of an pected to live to a green and useful old origin raaroi like tbeSyriac which tion well acquainted with H H Warner ttkfaed in Mate hv that worthy TheTao- - at Leicester England recently when overgrown country village Jt covers age A horse does not come to his full was the parent of the vertically written Co proprietors of Warners Safe Cure by says he whose oGnhabitSAlarie yaamen inside Ibe i jWi thousaad persons over 70 years of much ground but is stragglingly built intelligence until eight years of age Mongolian and Manfchu In fact it is which Dr Benion personal was cured in this standing dignitary aee met to receive a new half crown Shanties and fine dwellings stand side Nor is it safe before iis time to allow difficult to find any alphabet which can comnys reial and the highest orderandwe walled citv and the consulac community are of j sedan chair ipre ii each and wine and biscuits Atlarge by side The best paved - streets lack him to remain unhitched unless trained not be affiliated to the Phoenician balietva that thev would not publish any rides there ceded by servants in red tas 1 number were over 0 and one woman crossings and the need of a cleaning so to stand N Y Times widely different as the two may have statements which were not literally and accompanied by aninter- - was 100 years and 10 months has is deplorable apparent brigade It seled hats Before putting new pork into the become both in the forms of the letters strictly true in every particular C RPARSOXS Maior of Jtockesfcr fea sitaasJeda - no parks no public squares no pleasure barrel it should be thoroughly scalded and in the values that thej bear In- Â¬ jE9riatasHlttch fV Pati cn lion or o I i a poor woman who has been accusw Wsi FUBCELi Editor Union and Adcer- Tt i i vit tomeo to ber witn uvo cnuaren in ner grounds no drives a want that might to remove the impurities and to destroy termediate forms are continuailv being User mubier- - jlub l3t4 i a be supplied by some of its wealthy citi- Â¬ any germs that would surely affect the discovered which bridge over the enor- Â¬ W D Bhtjart Cox Surrogate Monroe lias the most imposing train of any of mg at a WeH known corner in London ag leen the other day down in the zens if they were only sufficiently public pork if not removed the foreign representatives that call on A barrel that has mous distances and explain the transi- Â¬ County Edward A-- Fnost ex Clerk Honrbe tho Taotaidaccordingto the wish Black Country by a gentlcnian who had spirited The prinoipal business part of once been used to pack beef should tions that time and space have effected CountyJ TBT SXAOE ASTHaCA - J Vfven trouble la JVtcSiHXrfS2 ojt1iwMomyi6jectsandtnro- 3 her raanya copper Remarking the town is disfigured by swinging signs never after be used as a pork barrel It Even the Devanagari alphabet of Sans- Â¬ EBPexeb ex District AttornevMon j ei Ast saaocaUns are obstracted Tie BroneUol taT ivtmx service ofthUnited that gho had four infants m her charge and awnings which however comforta will be found next to impossible to keep krit whatever disputes there may be as roe Conntv you to throw thiaoff aaItDmacllg1no tlmnlates Teforfe aAmencan Consul General he exciaifnefl Why how is this ble they may be m this summer land pork sweet in it But this is a rule that Roch- - prlnciprelitheJlnlleta heads th aabataace Tai J M SirtestSe to its exact pedigree is generally al- Â¬ esterj Davt or Membor Congress tavlort CherokeeRemedy offiweet GumandMalleln lias to go with the most insignificant the Set Gum i n ra a tree of the samaaaaiascro sir was the reply two are certainly detract terribly from the beauty does not work both ways An old pork lowed to be of Pnoeuician origin With Jonx tn2 In the South combtned arlUt tcamada all droa ae formal as a en0Ugh to fetch the Londoners but they of the fine buildings that front Main barrel is one of the very best for keep- Â¬ the exception of the cuneiform alphabet County S Mono ax County Judge Monroo Mullelantaat ot the old nelda For Jl9 Irots w trainTheeremii8are i street presentation at court and regulated by j very ard people down here11 Hiram Siblcy Capitalist and Seedsman ing beef Albany Journal of the ancient Persians and possibly AUUta WALTER A TA2L Con Jonx Vivid contrasts are perpetually recur- Â¬ centeries of observance move like A When milk becomes irregular from one or two more which may yet -- lurk in gress Vax Vbomns ex Member of noticeable change has taken open ring and the in feeding the world obscure 0 Pee in e oi Ausirana since the civil- - variety to the Mexican lifeinwhich gives extremesimproved byand secretions it is phabets corners ofwoknow areaTTtho al To the EdUorxOte LirnnChurchChlcagOjIll vHHHHb HHTtb aTfc community which it is greatly EH derived filtering it through of which q j sneep piams pt7r its t found presents some pretty examples a sack of pulverised charcoal Therewa published lntho Rochester N UtFiltering ultimately from a single source iation The grass originallv grew in 3Istofpe is carriea inrouem gateway aiier caie-- 1 large tussocks some distance apart but For instance in a low roofed dark through filter paper will improve it very terly diverse as they are in their latest T Democrat and Chronicleol the B Henion J afe and across eorts filled with sol noAhasassumedthe appearance of a shanty lives a family of candy makers much but charcoal is better The filter forms the zealous enthusiasm of paleo cember a statement mado bybeencure of wiit M D narratinghow he 11 I a genttcjaaa la this consty 4o Ml to the innermost courtwhere the swardowingpks having stooled out A young man slim lithe and dark win caicu an 11 uujecuouauie bonus graphists and inscription hunters has Blights disease of the had T diers TTeiaov tl kidneys almost ix me TaotoJgeceives themr WhenjtheTaotoi when fed upon by sheep and cattle and browed sits on the raised threshold and the absorbent capacity of Coal will succeeded hvrestoring them to their ear- Â¬ its last stages by the use of Warners Safe moatas ago was almost a Tiopelesr crlppl fro at scarcerybefcfett in ratlcnl dae SjJQL anhiirfkdwsjit from the seed having been trampled into cracking and picking pecans Behind take up all the prominent odors and the liest shapes in filling up the intervals Cure I was referred to andthat statement aitcJt of rneamitlani He cald said olswelf that room tuedrcraKCesriad icroMthe urged Dr aw Ouunnerson norseback precede him the ground where in The absence of mm another stands at a stove stirring a milk will come outtvith a decidedly new which separate them from each other as Having recommended wnicn ne- - aia Hen ha had little ir aar hoDe ot TerreeoTfeK W ana V ion to try tne remeay J Iftgreat kettle of boiling seething syrup and delicious flavor and be much im- Â¬ and in showing that they are all but the was cured The statement of Dr Henionia i a rabble of red gowaedr soldiers in bush fires it germinated w man while a smooth faced lad draws an proved in a sanitary point of view for manifold developments of a single germ tn I so far as it concerns mvself andl be-- W 0WTOTrI7 fiaeat teallh aad affelU peaked circhs clown hats carrying ban iT whsliadTTOr3edmfc3s J Spiders were formerly considered the ao novo It to be true in au otiier respects Jrf nrmrfamiirTasto nnibrellas ncBad gb- mandarin whole thing to be a cure in rural districts for ague inspiriting dance tune from the strings whomsoever may use it Toronto The history of thc alphabet m short Wa3 a parishioner of mine and I visited him fierral change to his condlUon aczea ana that 5S he replied o marfcfriihe suite and the of his banjo and a good looking brown Globe wt had cored hint like the history of its origin is but an il in hia sickness I urged him to of Barnnm as the mys- Â¬ Some years ago a lady in Ireland was skinned woman rocks lazily to and fro renuadsone medicine and would do the same aeaiato ta a happy healthy Hsaa HelaacfW otfacr ttoR Mr Most bams horse and cattle stalls lustration of the doctrine of evolution famous for her success in curing people in her wide low chair and sings softly terious closed chairs finally pass The thus affected one who was troubled tested It appears that the only in unison Out on the sidewalk three sheep and hog penshave cracks between on a large and easily to use scale au vkidneys and liver with a diseasa of JTreatlse oaBloodaad Skim Diseases mallei free the only other point of contact is at the paleography Scientific again ISRAEL rOOTE IJ U Tim Ststtt Spectttc Co Drawer 3 AtlmM G mixed court in the foreign settlement medicine she employed was a large girls dance gracefully and joyously to thc boards that let cold air drafts pas3 solder rolled up in a treacle The pa Â¬ the spirited measure whileu a circlo of through them Newspapers tacked up the words of Dr Taylor rests on the Late Eector of St Euls Episcopal 137W23dStetN Y Â¬ wEere-a Chinese magistrate trie Chion the inside4the more assumption that no alphabetic changes Church contents of ignorant nese offenders with a representative tients werebolus so of the imagination negro children with wliom mingle two against them Hochesler X Ti V will render them are ever accidental or arbitrary as was that two of the Consulates sitting this npyel from or three ragged whites standaround thicknesses thobetter It soems impossible to dtfUbtf urther inthe Usead lotMH 1 1 had npthingrto do with the matter In admiring the gay movements of tne far warmer An hour spent in thiTs formerly assumed but are the result of race ot such conclusive provi UUUUUV nlUi r1 Description nd W 9 putting up such protection will not only evolution taking place in accordance spider lias been dancers Two l So take terns- - in the duty at the cailed m asaiau ague doctor In Lin OBXE3X PACITIC M flaring gasoline lamps add to the comfort of- - the animals and with fixed laws A H gayce an GoTera- o tlum bear Prof COCSTRT the Fn a SrmE an- wouldtft wan ranAB Koino light up the scene which is within the mentLnndt iwd CHEAP RAKIIOAOJT T colds but it will save a in Contemporary Review skins make a foine buffalo robe bambooedM in the presence of the colnshire the creature wastreated very very shadow of the handsomest hotel in save them from L N n S in llinneao ta- - Daiccta JSoataaa Independent would other amount af above dalwWasalnonaadOrtsoa TcoBttgrigaitgr fcourt ox0cked into ihe nncomf ortabfe much after therolled mentioned Irish the State and adjoining the most fash- Â¬ larere be required food that the heat car- Â¬ bza JrazJni andTuabcriJinisaoiropeatoiseiuca out in Can- Â¬ -- Tux plays tho thlasr to supply fashion being When the revolt broke wise Tip in paste and ionable olwrue ItEE Add es llar and exposed to lallltae swallowed but elsewhere the animal is CHAS B LAMSORN promenade in the city Hous- Â¬ ried off by the cold air coming in ada in 1837 a party of sympathizing Wherein n reach the conscience of theMDar- woriddn tke larger grated Irecfsaes tat put into a bag and wornaround the ton Tex Cor K Y Sun XaailComslMlaaer 8c PaU Xlma it that through cracks and chinks in the cover- Â¬ Americans took possession of Navy And equally true is Pellets Dr Piercefs PIpKint Pursrativo the original DEDERICKS HAY-- PRESSES ihi rliiielof thenrance io the siixed neck Island belonging tb Canada situated Little Liver Puis are the most effectual ing Western Rural court yaamen Foreign Jaw breakers c thBCgatuimr THE AMERICAN TYPE in the Niagara River about two miles means that catfbe usedto reach the seat pf keeping tie ess are triejijm tlseir rwpeetireiconsular above the great falls They mustered disease cleansing the bowelarand system P mmmmKJWM J tjr mmmkmY jV m courts Swi MchiCOBMuaeha its jail The NarroWngr and Pinching of Coantc LIFE IN TEXAS- BRIGHTS DISEASE v about 700 men well provisioned and and assisting nature in her recuperative 7 lBHHEB iM nance Mast Go ggou pgcciAJm i uusiuusx ana aoeaaf provided with twenty pieces of cannon work- iJy druggists Every globe trotter1 goes once tO the The Most Cosmopolitan State In the Unloa We can never reconstruct the old En- Â¬ The Corablllty of ThU Painful and Dan i They had a small steamboat called the Wht is a dirty man like flannel Becausa city or Houston mixed court ana sees a cuipnt aiaggea c7 Z gerous Disease gland features which wo have lost It Caroline to pl r between tho island and he shrinks from washfng inibv tkejranaers Jhrown on his knees State differs so r materially from would not perhaps be desirable to do The prevalent notion that consump- Â¬ Schlosser on tho American side On a jndge nd put 4efeM that everything concerning it if we could but wo can prevent the tion is necessarily fatal has cost tons of dark night in December a part of The Favorite Prescription otDrPJcrca P K DDX1CK CO Albany N Y uviYviiTotiir Villi ho nenrtvi mrrrrn ana her sifters UUlUUaWUU WUUU UWVJ i must be interesting Vivid con- - narrowing and pinching that has gone thousands of lives partly through its Canadian royalists crossed the river ut cures female weakness and kindred af-Â¬ her a second time the whacking of bare fections By druggists 4 Kq Hop to Gyl Oil Horses Was i backs with bamboos until the blood traste meet you on every side aris Â¬ on that solemn look that has been depressing influence on the mind and the Carolincloose from her moorings ai ju bhauj CeleOratec She Selected miscellany Mince pie2i- - XJCffnd BKIDL anxCtallaei ing from the ivaried elements of the growing onoux young men Our thin partly through the consequent neglect and set her on fire the went down can not be aUppedhy hcreSaagreat cataract vffleBreeze and over Of course the English Liaws have been attributed to climate of the means essential to a cure WQ the current ple Halter to any part ol the After this the globe trotter has ex-- population Boston Budget soldbyalt hnnBTAn thp Kifrhfc nf hini7RC ftticl prcn or Anglbraefican race is predomi Whex tho follicles nro not destroyed Saddlery Hardware aad Harnessincidentally spoken of Us of the Special the HairRenewer restorts half to bald Dealcrj- -T2CSead dacoant toLJat1 surveyiromthe top x the- - water tow Â¬ nant Xhe bermans are numerically They are due to nothing rnprrvsort but have before Tts importance justifies a a intonsp rlrivinor Vitf tno curability Fisher of Halls or Prlce rIn a recent lecture Prof r Trade headser or the top of the pagoda shows only second the Spanish or Mexicans tnhn lead combined with a very reck JC LiGUTHOCzluichesterNT If you were to go life we fuller reference to it j Dr Austin Flint Tale College said 1Vo farEfretf1 nfflnt Minnhr Kt with public assembly in Italy to day The reputation of the transgressor like of physical laws We eat Is one a andr the Bohemians fourth So less disregard of the brightest medical authori-Â¬ into villages seamed with waterways and his way Is hard Loicell Citizen - every sort of outrageous food or poison ties in America A paper on this subÂ¬ and sneeze every nat wouia oe liiiea idDtlL ietervwisre closelywith the well represented are the three nationali- over cramming jho hurry ingjSO that the and every person present would offer IIOglTQ is AfliraaCsTen liiMWl If he wishastosee ties last named that the Governors stomach has no chance to aip est even ject was lately read by him before the you some expression of good will such UlUUUkU Ul glAVUk For all ailment originatinfrin disorders lntsertzst tmtm pIptti OTccta enrer where aJl others of the stomach and liver take AyersPuls aha rural Chi fe houseoat a Wagc and State laws are printed in J g0Qd food believe no ipeoplo on The same custom ztleaL Medical Association as God bless yoii I trial eonvtneea iMztacs uxuriousfloatinoJibme which the in four languages in about this ratio earth commitIa greater amount of daily J New York County lfl orbTEiiiL JSlXoiDrasi tHjtiit r iiAi at j 5 aari lierstanrp Da R members freely is common in savage tribes though but Womak was made after man and she has on which other leading t nas oeveiopea genuitvoiinezoreigner i 15sh i0 000 copies suicmo in tne way OL grease poric Du- Â¬ expressed their views He said it was few know it The origin of the custom been after him ever since Fhiladdvhia rthn6 u fromthe4irImitJveSiineso houseboat sJT0h ster and cakes We are a nation of dys- Â¬ rarrn k was in the supposition that every time a a prevalent notion that the disease was man sneezed a spirit escaped from him anscnlLedawjwiJaynngtidc and Boliemian Hence iour tongues peptics from over feeding and The best cough medicine is Pisces Cur UIheiV0rd0Wnthei5lfsd1inAy w3egally recognized and there are Three fourths of the people do equivalent to a sentence of death This is an excellent illustration of the for Consumption Sold everywhere 5c I Ct roiltlr tvokIj tor ta bcr tUeun tT lu the theorv which though not commonly On tribunal les of living to be not know the plainest rules or hygiene by a local tacaMDCa of a ot tar em Uo a4 or lac loiE 0disnct whichhe can en from end to end of the studid on InddioftreneUi37TU l it oiL Add t0 fiese the so far as diet is concerned CoOBTSUiP is not run by the rule of threa- - ke be3urtl VWOSCTTLSS rSZX tocstCT w tScMb its progress might be considered is nevertheless true namely The conse-Â¬ contrarv TAC tSill Ul4ad hoow-boat which isrlarge DagOCS an entirely separate nationality quence is pinched vitals and pinched arrested entirely QtraSt CABLK TETATISE ontld UaMrta snra3arar Merchant Traveler JjJS or be so slow that men may have degenerated instead reip0ilr- - BCTi AaLOCCXUiriazlSCXX im4gfetanigtth8sicbms where Tiv re Italians and Minorcans faces for a good face only means a that the patient might be comparatively of having risen higher in the scale afflicted with Sore Eyes use Dr Isnaa e slecpsd dresses Ir comfprly as wlu are almost exciu6iveiy engaged free from danger or it might continue Thompsons Eye Water Druggistssell i 1 25c m his own room on shore and with jn ficlling and in the oyster and fruit good liver t T this tendency we must indefinitely in about the same state and a 8tlck Any Small Boy wlta To remove CSIES WHEXE AU ELSE FAILS cook and aicorps of servants thestable traded Meyt make a strange jargon havp more oxygen more ojut door sport so under favorable circumstances not can kill a tiger if the tig6r happens to be teeming Ocout a teamster to have Scat Couch Syrup Tastes good TJse cub- - Sojconsump is set and served in the same elaborate 0ut ofour vernacular totally Weekly in tuna bom oy irar- moregoddtcheer andless suicide The prove fatal If the kidneys- were not found when only a littlemost feared of dis- fancy I Xationat deadliest and tion queer as the pigeon English literature of our later sportingls cheery damaged to an oxtent beyond one half eases thatthiH country can assuredly be con- Â¬ W Chinese These sparsely bright full of ozonehealthy and sunny and the other organs were in good con- Â¬ queredin destroyed if Dr Pierce V1 Gold and fcOI Mdnnnter and by short Hnprf in rejresentedf COnnne themselves to It always brings- us the smell of lilacs dition so as to supplv the lack of the ea Medical Discovery be employed early As a Last Resort the othei seasons the monotony of tion of laundering with the ex and clover The future American face former the person might continue to - broken- Mil 3Sappllea SendcolcBoar rarfoa WorJC WasC Stilly f jt Kenonaae JCentinctos Me Comparatively near CQTiton of a fevv laborfrs oa thc rail will be a bright full facer with a brave live in a fair state of health provided girl is being courted she sets a A Uttle Girl In Ubany WnEXa tY Terribly Flower catajoffe at hand are iankmg Ningpo and jroHds yeUn Spiteof their small num warm eye a merry humorous mouth he observed the laws of health in gon great defal by a young man Chicago Trib- noFFStAJVX Jt JlallorderssoUrtted Afflicted Wonacrf ally Cured 18i3Cala Street CtoetaaaU W r Place ber presence noes and a lively flexible nostril It will be eralr The object of treatment in his une One of the mostremarfeable cures of ecroraU on satins and brocades their Mad SulnoarGoe has worked evil vforin active but firm and self reliant It will view was to prevent the further prog-Â¬ It is not always May rings a poet recordl8ttat of the little daughter of Mrlf JQaln entireiyrwwTw eu large city of Texas the police have none of the stolidity of the English ress of the disease and to maintain favor- Â¬ Ton are quite right it issometimes must 225 FirsvsU Albany She was aClctcd jiih gcrofjal t ashtby aar errvrher veiT j aeries executed by the ttfifidtaStvArkpr tj tns disnarT Toledo Made from birth nd physicians aaldltwould bebetter for lady or 3enC Send ft for -Hence ah raid avajtr vnirn nfivic face or the darkness of the general con- Â¬ able accessory conditions aayar MiAi1nrttirh xnaT xOBegentaoldlSCTU of the old citvl Yet for the fii fftMAflMrrtlrk fvAfniv lvtw4- tinental face- - - Withal the rest it will1 early diagnoisis is important When tho PibxsToothacheDuops curevml minute 25o -her If ehe was deadher Her fatheruse bbclcz She nadflS LntdrKltcbeaSoKcircauuijnvjnciiuiiiv abaoluierr bodr beIdea rnntntrorcson T 4 estjjjmbraiderjes the- beefe crapes ibe Ihe towns are thrifty and industrious have mors decided individuality than water is right in quantity and specific herlfcibs and flcrMs or Wa hwuT Glenn8 Sidpftur Soap eals and beautifies 25c blind formonths She lost the m prcelain- - -l-acquer i anU corrctTto aell onrzooctb Ealw r SrrC oawea mryj waa a racreslseleloa genely quiet andiwell benaveda the faces we have lost the imported gravity medicines to increase it or to Gecxa Corn Hemover kills Corns Bunions could not walk in fact the aoresja terrible wastlns Soata sad Excesse xeaac ia idw Seelryj away TbeBtaeilfrota CanviatiiiZ outst 7HKX1 Putlcolars ad trophies xif the jChinesecriewelers1 faces of the English French- or German promote the action of the skin etc only free atasgardSUTerwaraOr Ucstaa newspaper some cases of scrofula enred byHocKTa Iff cant make SSSt - Cantonrhere nvj are Contented aslong aa they can have root It Isnt much of a dog that The Judge a tn a do harm Bueven if the kidneys prove Sarsaptrllli I said to myself X VUltryAJiotUo as Treated aad cured without tho telfa cigarettes and coffee Many of ff Lower races have so little facial indirs insufficient for their proper work of nan go mad by biting him last resort When she bad taJccn the first half bottle BooSc on treatmentsent free AMttBti flourish ithw eK tffd r lfa I could sec aohanje In hcri and Khenthe whole bot- C431GER raPOSiXil JJAnronwianftCoja h making and viduality that you can scarcely distin- - elimination vicarious elimination elim- Â¬ his sugar think Â¬ tle was taken the abscesses almost entirely healed y VHilt wu ffuish one from another ISeCTocs look ination byother organs may take place Tue grocer puts sand in Canton iSrstWjociraeralraftDitai of z itT nuti uuu aaiuu frTJSat- thereby put rocks in his pocket with the aid of Hoods OUvo Ointment which I rausti 1 jr Tine blooded cattle sheboj8 iulttj wubu viunKAJuuaii l iun to uic iiiw- - carnertwbf modes of preparing meaM vastly alike especially- on the planta-- Even coma lethargy due to urea in the ing he mav say Is the finest T ever nsed I kept on filTlng her SE Z2sdocs for sale rus X Y Ledger aiid ibegeo-zns iree a tu with 30eErAruux Cttalotraeacouerriu r Hoo rs Sirsapsrina tni now she Is welrand healthy licll htp annpfimtr an the extreme tions Then what an astounding repe blood may be recovered from appeUte The ple nmenprotiactsnare as aiverse Thpy TnonnfonfiiTA She has a t rf Anglomania who thinks that WIssBaors and WaTeasentCO D ant - l tjww a delicious tition there is in a crowd of emigrants It is the perfumes rare not worth a cent runolnj around know whattosplendla lC 2 In the discussion of the paper air the iuauuiavbuvbf rvf mjjkeof neighbors dont Wholesleandranprte upoaiBffionejanoQ nero HAIR wherebtreai coJa waDaaa arMfag of pecans that pours out of steamer at the wharf speakers indorsed the views ofDr Flint American B u are Canton stores jn fthanrhai and --1 Loieetl CWzefi t snar which thev sell upon the in New York The spiritual counte- Â¬ and gave signal instances in illustration -u v t i viio umci wwca nuuc him cuuiix Streets and from door to door- - Their nance is always the same There are from their own practice Dr Georgti Prepared oar TBE1NDIAND0GT0R lS52S2iS2S The world moves It probably finds it bold by all drng3flt5- sonrMWfcJuwe found but the globe- - i homes and habits are rich in the pictur Cccsuliatiourree-Pr-TJ cnrpXfWeioiajDOiAaXer the same ideas there the same level ex-Â¬ L Peabsdy wished to emphasize the fact cheaper to move than pay rent Boston by C 1 HOOD 5 CO Apothecaries XoweH Mass trc4to Tceerves Ills JpnribasihE 5 j estiUtH and would present some rare sub-- actly of conceiving thingsj the same strongly thatjthe disease might con- Transcript- TrlipynVioro IOO Doses One Dollar flYlt UftUCBTtrDT SecnreaBuslaeMXdncaosbTi th l0m nwlHC malUfrcmScsizsa CouzssBc2alCs5x rv it tjuioroiuerexs porceiain-- iectsUfor ibe painter art - The old- power But the American type with tinue indefinite without causing serious rztr compa- Â¬ ft gaa Its a noticeable fact light business Oil Dutch masters wouldhave loyedtOTJer the physical only having any degree of trouble in those whose condition in lifo nies never complain ofthatthe pwntejs andDther art manuxacturers AJE B petnate this scene A low roofed1 wooden conformity will have a vast range of was such that no stress was laid on any City Dlard Toaxnimz J9LiIIiZsrtbbs-Pem9shanty abarepine table and long bench the spiritual and intellectual a vast particular organ by their mode of liv CREAM BALM crau on whidh sit three noted politicians tak- Â¬ divergence of power That this is to be ing ana wno coum nave au uBceaairjr bank officials seem to be going it pretty Ir IS WORTH ing an evening lunch and concocting the result of field sports alone I do not care Dr Edward G Janeway men- Â¬ fast depositors have it in thelrpower to 5gpsSZal for the dear peoples benefit One assert but of a combination of influ- Â¬ tioned three cases in which the diseaso draw a check on them Ni Y Ltagrr A curious fact is that although tftt i Pns XISS OS DISXASXS t ences that calls ns into a wider range of had lasted in one case five years in the colored sxe-- JS air skinned and ruddy haired AXWATS CUSA5LS BT VSOm v are il The evil consequences of smoking j Toledo Blade second eleven in thc third seventeen nS lnfi TrTs Mood one a typical Amer- - healthier activities lnstrnted hv Mt Vesavius whichtconstant- TOANYlriAN xne nrsx occurrence 01 the Kind in the lastcase came under his ly suffers from eruptions Y Y Examhitr ly is When Campbell County tfee very name of Kns i steaming platter of Chile co statement of charge five years agothe prospect was A recent published Behind him stands the Mexi- - Rev Dr Barrows of Reading has been very dark but the patient had now to Ivnch lawMjwas derived from a nativa carne Never despise a friend because ho BatK W0IAS r OHM dignified and grave yet called in question tli at the whole hu Â¬ a great extent Tecovered pens to havegrown rich Go to him take of tffatnonntyfold Colonel Lynch who wn host till Dr C S volfe rlnz from and aside tell was m the habit of administering sum-- walchiul 1 hey tire lour perfectly con- - man race now alive if divided into fam Â¬ Wood gave the case of one sixty years bimaim tolendhimgently of his faulte HerÂ¬ 2T Y you nve dollars mary punigijieii toHariuders and trastmg types Over them flicker the ilies of five each could bo located in old who was apparently now as well as ask ald osa1 w aAnjBJ5r 5 misereaate efeverv description Tvithour diinrays cast by an oil lamp deepening Texas with a half acre of land for each ever though he had the disease at least uraune Mien Quackenboss spoke of Buttok parties are becoming popular thes ordinary the shadows throwing half lights into family Dr Barrows handles some large four years fffkY mFJ3f Dr ttentaonVto whence We dont GFAJMlil A particle Is applied tnto each processes HaV Hence he was cailed hhe obscurity of the corners A tiny figures hut correctly it is supposed as one perfectly well now vvho when he in the Westname unless know becausa they touse Price SOcentsbvmall ornostril and tsayreeable they atDrussiats fcendfwr it is derive the Scratefres Judge Lvnch and this it Js said js hairless lexican dog sits motionless on to our extent of country The estimated first saw her ten years ago was so are always 6ure to come oft Philadelphia Circular ELY5 BROTHERS Drapsists Owego It y RfceaBsatism stepwhile the sign written in population of theworldis 1400000000 bloated that she looked like apiece of Call S7s and Scalcbs SsresKndTs cfeia3 theennsSncnSngV a thofe Syvla Csneksty Stlxzl and Bites bSiirEnglish and Spanish swings creaky and the area ofJTexas is 262290 square wax Youths Companion and lynch IxLyndiburg To x Cats and Bniees Oh I give me affection Ill sigh tor ingly above his head Outside the dark- - miles The doctor will have 45000 000 2fews naughtmoresingsa poetess addressing Sprains A Stitcites Feet ness is pierced by long shafts of colored familylots mofeitKan willibe called for Esrf All i her love That girl doesnt seem to know CcmtrcteIMsacie XjnMeaw fS thrbugh the stained 1t tnat A Hawthorne club having as ita that this is the time ot the year when the jrnuaaeipnia jrress Stl Joists SjriwT VtnmtovH object the study-- of Hawthornes works festive buckwheat cake is en deck Roch fl diving speculation to obtain 100000 j windows of the Jewish temple and by Backacke of a Little Boy Does everybody know has been organized in New York ester FostrExprtsf wwiknfEd whichwas stirik years dHthe Palc gnimerswitch-lamp in the street IsRirvIls rmtloa Sere Statfe everybody iii heaven maramaand la it Among the members are physicians ui5errp jLlfonso X3I offthe west031 wwggijtt a iMEMDS EVSRYf HHG PrSKSTLVAjaA allows a man to marry his Fr3t Bites Â¬ Hou10 anomaly even in Tox-- wicked to lietfiere Xf rica liavl beerT rewarded ooS Mamma Cer lawyers merchants painters journalfor you hear no grumbling about tainly we shall all know each other ists clergymen authors and most ol mother-in-la- Journal but he doesnt LattuvUls ic The dkEhre got ap RearJyall ffee ISitfaedrv JChlnacFurmture bona as a aocjc A JStroag as lion They are a patient people cvi- - there and no liars can go there the ladies are the reverse of blue stock Cotirier tojtnriiiwid ttaxi quanUQr sold darter tha The total i aenily and an energetio and progres- - Boy Then you wont go I suppose inffs baving a fondness for society aa Jcmbos widow Alfce is coming to this THK 8 OF T5 will be admitted Ire a t 32EVEltVlJODXWAXTSTT Hea trunk One of the features of MILLJON TteLonpcctqtQi anticipaterr8lv one welL s Buildings are being for you couldn send word to the door well ss lettersbe the reading every month country Philadelphia Call bottles Of duty street sa being iiot at home when you didnt wantt the club will that the Mormons will soo wcjmmtm jjUrdealersciCTMUlt Awrstc curb aeeny one who called- ot a carefully prepared essay on the It makes a man feel as mad as a cross United SUtes too hfcThold them c being3ut down So the city characteristics and comprehensiveness ggahTthtrtieY4tkeyr3gioBgsi dromedary to come acrosss his last Pronounced StroseeitCIn Jasowa 4A ewarkrbarb uasIbshif voice of IHawthornes intellect with a critT-- eyed FTYriMlA riirilard lOcoostaa TSoutli sea island since thev have 0ru antfaprcadg herself 3m Uemtory 6ummers stvawbat sud linen duster as be r- KnL for sample can FREE by xnaU i anil hi ffliM M attic undjhejis doingrithes largstbusia ess in i dsmbfjsbniesone ofuisboolis wealth enoniabnyinpsand men iuij urn v j i j fSw 4vstri i tri This is the principal rSlroad clnter d k fulfinn 5 x y r4 jini 5 el herald A f lau-Ls TTiz STiSKc Mcro4 at so w fc sct mi r-a Tmt wmi Vj 1 vafstfT latm vmwmi l i m mA M FOREIGN GOSSIP Consul-Gf-- JtasfiSSHi fce-Celesttnl JeC i- - ai 1 -- globe-trotte- r v8 Â¬ -- The settlements along of the State each other tealinee present a differ e6 One route gives and distinot phase yoa to perfection the negro element f the population Another traverses the rich sugar lands with all their interest-Â¬ ing operations of sugar and avrup-mak-iA third and fourth wend through a cattle country sparsely settled where the cowboy leigns supreme Still an- Â¬ other leads straight to the great cotton plantations of the Brazos the center of wealth and refinement before the war Two more open up the timber lands with their population more liko Cana dians or Maine men than Southerners Along another the Central are found thriving villages and towns differing little from those in other Western States International passes The through a sandy pine woods country settled in most part by Georgians Ala bamians and Tennesseeans agricultur ists all leading lives about as hard and new Jbras do other settlers on miles lands from On this road about forty JIou8ton a colony of enterprising Bos tonians have located laid off a town sold the lots and named it Center They expect to make this the most thriving place in the county which is one of the oldest in the State and is thickly settled As Center really deserves its name geo-fraphically its inhabitants are trvhig to county seat removed there from its present site and they have a most excellent show for success The Sunset road invites us but before leaving Houston it will be 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