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VfcW f fSfevsi Jr H - - Hi ISbL f il t 1HE COOPER 4 SPENCER Hazel Green Herald THE HERALD OF A 3SOISX WORXD WITH 30JWS FROM ATT STATIONS S100 A YEAR Owner and Editor Always in Advance VOLUME II A VALENTINE - HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY MARCH 24 Tonr gianma in her youth wa3 qnltft blithe k little maid as you Aud though her hair is en nvy white He- eyes still have their maiden blue And on her cheeks as fair as thine Rethinks a girlish blush would glow If vou recalled the vaientiue Sne got ah many years ago A valorous youth loved granma then And wooed her In that auld lang syne And first he told his secret when lie sent the maid tuat valentine Xo purrumed pase nor sheet of sold as that iirt hint of love he sent Dut with the secret granpa told MI love you granma was content Go ask your granma if vou will If though her bead bebowedand gray- II though her feeble pulse be chill True love abldetn not for ave Py that quaint portra t on the wall That smiles upon her from above Uetbinks your granma can recall V 1S86 GENERAL WARD Man Whose Successes ir Cala Smoothed Chinese Gordons Way In this paper I have tried to make no statement which is not susceptible of proof by documents or living witnesses Such support I have not for the asser- Â¬ tion which I nevertheless believe to be strictly true that Gordon who had served his time in the staff with Ward and greatly admired him declared on succeeding him in command that he had but to follow where the American soldier had led Whether he said so or not however that is what he did The creator and the first great com- Â¬ mander of the ever victorious army was Frederic T Ward That he would have taken Nankin and speedily crushed the Taeping rebellion is beyond all ques- Â¬ tion and he left to Gordon a task far easier than that which he tad himself accomplished It is difficult to withhold praise from brave deeds even if we be not wholly in sympathy with the cause in which they are done While dwelling upon thfc striking and dramatic character of Wards achievements and having only admiration for the many excellent traits of his character a conscientious histo Â¬ rian must guard himself from approval actual or implied of the entry of any right minded and self respecting for Â¬ eigner into the Chinese naval or arili tary service To this day we maintain the ex territorial jurisdiction in that country because no one would dream of trusting the lives or liberties of Amer- Â¬ icans to the mercies of Chinamen even in time of peace How much more dreadful must it be to have part or lot with them in time of war Both Ward and uordon were Drave and m a wav great men but In China they were en- The NUMBER 4 PITH AND FOINT Hazel Geeen Hmald to 1fce alr patter imblie a ed ia Wolfe Cennty acfeeu4es largely In the counties of Law K passengers not a happy bridegroom but a alern and disappointed man Fifteen years passed and the village where Alice Graves had lived had pros- Â¬ pered and was fast growing into a little town wita Drignt prospects ahead Une of any kind THE berami la tkersfece Tfc Beat A4Trf bis Xc41mk 1h JCtera aw advtnfeers can reach more people by as ad vertteeeBt in its columns than by any MbersecAS Try it and be convinced FJWUHBEB eBeeWifsMorraaPowelL Menifee Ma- akitt EJliett Estill Eloyd Perry Pike a4 Kaett the latter eleven belap lrith newspaper I XVEKr WOTXESDAT 3IORXISS 8FEKCERrCOOPER wer su d Editor Z ecBecKrraos RATES jl fifi 6ix34entas Always 1m A tfruwe upoa wT subscription will beby the money eur beeks unless accompanied catered xad ae subscription will be received for less thaa tr Months juvxRTisi5a rates Traarteat advertisements Inserted at eests per inch first insertion ana ve cents for each lubequent Loser-Sot llmk0e Year Cepy Ose Tear sev-Mrtr-- lre wy kawa ob application A44rw OB Mtlfer sdvftrtlftrmpntiK SPENCER COOPEB ssi j iai The sweet divinity of love Dear Elsie heres no pase of gold Â¬ en fcheet embossed with cunning art But heres the solemn pledge of oldr I love you love with all my heart And U in what I send you here You read not all of love expressd Go 70 to pranma Elsie dear And sue will tell you all the rest Exigent Fie4 - Hazel Green Ey PROFESSIONAL THE MISSING United tq BBLDE- J3LKASH AT LAW H A 7TRT Tfers of Pain l I Hr Lovr After Pifte en I geeen gr LIGG It -- wm practkse in wolfe and adjoining coim PJLTXEHSON tvas cilice Graves wedding eve Vioungi people with whom she iiuiciilllof- - the last - WUtllCS lO IUU IIOILLI w Curtis said a lively girl rising and shaking from her dress the stray leaves that clung to it Kot as goodlookiii perhaps but hes rich and Alice can AKD have all she wants if her husband is geu 1 EXAMINER r DEPOSITIOMS svfas enough to give it to her Ive Sazel Grkcx Kr oftHi heard her say slie would like to money and part J Xt3tJUAN J c LTKXSS iave plenty ofher One canfor my much -- QGiLLIN be so dont blame TJYKCKS with money1 ATTORNEYS AT LAW- - aanpier did jiot know that their talk had The 7 AND been iverheard by a tall dark gentle REAL ESTATE AGENTS Camtton-- Kv 3nan who stood just inside the vestr7 Title examined taxes paid for oor and that their careless words had Collections a specialty Heal estate boupht and sold on commission prac car seel a sharp pang of doubt and Will tice in Wolfe and adjoining counties fealouw in a heart which an hour hud been brimming with the hap DR R B GARDNER Diuess of a loving and trusting bride Â¬ non-rcsl-cen- ts uejcoratioa the village church in which the ceremony was to oe performed The groom Gilbert Warner f to supper and re Â¬ ATTORNEYS LAW had proposed the give a but Alice had ception at hotel t seemed strangely set upon her own plan of leaving immediately after the cere- Â¬ 3CT SIERLiyG gr- mony ior her future home away in the SAIUSL HcKEE South The girls wondered whether Joe Curtis would be the LAW Somethought he wouldatshrinkmarriage from the f o 441 TV Jefferson Btreet ordeal of seeing his old sweetheart the bride of another while others were of rprsrriixE Pi liJictlces in all the State Courts an the opinion that Alices treatment of peotal attention gives to business of all him had estranged the love he had once adaAsln the UnitedStates Courts felt for her APOETERLACY Hes a better match for her than Joe AT ATTORNEY AT kt ATTORNEY AT LAW be--o- re PliYHCIAN AKiJGE0N Er j Hazsz Greek Offers kis services to the people of Wolfe an adjoining counties She rive to convey her to the church looked about the cozy little room which PHYSICIAN ANB SURGEON had been her own at the little orna- Â¬ mental articles in which she had taken Kaztx Green Kt m much pleasure in furnishing it and through the open side door into the garÂ¬ Teadern his professional services to the citi den Slowlyiind pensively she strolled zens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Office cown the walk paused for i moment at residence on Broadway l under the arbor then approaching the 3 little rate 3MvT3j creen fane which here opened upon a she stood lookmg across the HAZEL CREENKVi iflds toward the woodlands The sound wheels aroused PUmAI SUE5M AKD AGMCHEUS of swiftly approaching in his gig driv Â¬ her Itwas Joe Curtis Before TeBersStsprofessteBal services t thepcc ing rapidly down the lane pfce of Wolfe ana adjoining counties Ofllct Alice could turn away he drew up sud Â¬ atreeldence on Hazel Green Heights denly opposite the gate on which she leaned HOTELS I dont know that I ought to intrude he upon you at such a time Alice 1 lmveust seen old Aunt sad but Peggy Barnett and she was speaking of HAZEL GEEEN EX your Do you know that as I passed Tier D- CODSEY cabin the old soul was standing in the door watching for you t ParoBaKe is respectfully solicited fros Watching for me Alice repeated evr bo4y more especially the traveling Yes Slie said she knew you would putnic Pirst class accommodations anc not go away without bidding her good- Â¬ satisfaction guaranteed bye as she might never again see DR J JkL KiSH ieftalopeuhSlthe carriageshould arÂ¬ groom Up to the little Graves homestead just o l the borders of the village the bridal narty was assembled Alice and her si bridesmaids Alice arrayed in comph te traveling costume wasin her own rcom --cktjher request she had been J3 f TATJXBEE autumn evening a tall grave middle- aged gentleman stalked slowly up the street with his eyes thoughtfully wan- dering over the faded old house and its neglected grounds Pausing where a boy was idly swinging on a gate of one of the new houses he said I see the prop- erty over there is for sale Who is the present owner Old Mr Landon Graves was the wrinkled owner but hes dead now been dead No no lass You dont see The two years and the place now belongs face is fair and round and the roses to his daughter Miss Alice come and go in her cheeks like they al Miss Alice You mean Mrs Cur- wajTs did when I looked at her long tis said the gentleman hesitating at Why granpa Her cheeks are the last name wrinkled and sunk in and She aint Mrs Curtis Thats my Whats the matter with thee lass mothers name replied the boy Dont I know her face I can see itas And a lady who had been standing plain as the day I kissed it first in the unseen among the shrubbery came has orcuaru paui long ago long ago til forward Thems dimples you see in her cheeks Miss Alice Graves has never mar- Â¬ lass Roguish dimples that always ried she said I suppose you must laugh to gladden the heart that sees somehow have heard the old story them And that rose in her hair which got about of her running away Where granpa Let me seey with Mr Curtis on the evening she There on that side lass where the was to have married another It was curls shine like gold She all a mistake a false report Why sranpa its all straight and merely rode a short distance with gray him in his gig to take leave of an No no lass Dont see them old lady of whom she was fond But They looked just that way I when I first the horse was young and skittish and loved her lass They never changed taking fright at something ran away I saw them every day till she died People be- every day for fifty years the same golden throwing them both out lieved it an elopement until when curls When your mother was a wee some hours after they were found babe she used to play with them lass in the old mill road Alice badly and till her little fingers with the golden bruised and Joe with his leg broken rings Pretty rings lass prettier rings The man she was to have married be- Â¬ them golden curls made than ever a lieved it and left her without a word Princess wore Joe Curtis is my husband now she Prettier than mine granpa added with a smile and Alice Graves Prettier than anybodys lass There though she has not lacked offers has never were any like hers before nor never married She could not easily since never anywhere Andwnen ifie get over a disappointmentlike that v smiled as she does how But why was not he why was not smiling Why granpa she Mr Warner informed inquired the Shes looking as straight aint stranger in a voice of such oppressed There there lass you dont see - I vehemence that the boy turned and say when she was smiling as she is now looked at him wonderingly and the dimples danced and deepened Alice would not allow it She was and her eyes sparkled and she shook her as proud as he and when she heard queenly head them golden curls would that he had gone she said If he could always fall like glittering rings that she believe such a thing of me it is well that wa beautiful as an angel Took at her we should part Let him go now lass 4 The stranger made no reply only Why granpa shes just the same pulled his felt hat lower over his brow all the time Ilrgo and ask mamma and Mrs Curtis added If you would t And she ran away to tell them with like to inquire about the place you will great tears in her eyes and grandpa find Miss Graves at home I saw her said grandmas hair in the old picture upon the porch a few minutes ago was prettier than hers She watched him as he went slowly They left him alone with her To him down the street she was never old He sees the face of He thinks that I did not recognize the long ago the fairest of all to him him As if I would have said what I did He holds the picture so that the sun- Â¬ about Alice to any one but Gilbert War Â¬ beams will fall anions the golden curls ner And I can see that he has not for- Â¬ and gazes with all of a lovers gotten her either All I hope it may pride upon the vision of beauty Un all come right now sousciouslv his hand brushes the picture When Gilbert Warner knocked at the as if stroking back one of the stray- Â¬ door of the old Graves house it was ing curls his fancy sees He kisses it opened by a fair graceful again and again murmuring the woman in whom he had no diff- fond love names and whispering iculty in recognizing his old love Alice words no other on earth must hear But it was not until he stood in the full His heart i3 thrilled with the passion light of the parlor lamp that she knew spell His soul is free from the thrall him and then she involuntarily drew of years and lives in its own immor back a step or two and looked at him tal youth The form that he kribws so with a white face as though she had well and the face that is fairest of all seen a ghost have never changed in all the years Alice dont you know me he to lovea sweet idolatry A said holding out his hand The angel that smiles from the golden I know you but why do you come curls ana the spirit that wofslupsin she answered as though striving dateless youth are joined in a heavenly here to be cold and proud while her voice mystery Seeing not as mortals see faltered and her eyes filled with tears knowing not as mortals know yet he re- Â¬ somewhere this side the Eternal shore I came to ask forgiveness plied Until to day I thought that they wander on in a limitless way you had wronged me and you did Al- Â¬ Chicago Current ice In not letting me know of my wretched mistake So many years of hap- Â¬ NEEDLE MAKING piness lost to us both Oh Alice is it too late May we not yet be as happy as j strung on horizontal wire carried on the wires have ser-Â¬ Vision of Beauty Ever Fresh in the Old reciprocating frame rated surfaces which smooth the inside Mans Memory of the eyes as the needles swing to and you looking at granpa What fro this process is called burnishing Her picture lass Lastly the heads and points are finWhit makes you look at granmas ished off by grinding first on a nine picture so much Cant you member inch grindstone and then on an emery roller the workman holding a number how she looked when she was live roll- Â¬ Yes lass but it fades away fades so of needles in his hand together and ing them between his finger and thumb quickly my heart is unsatisfied I can It now only remains to stick the needles see her in the picture here and look at side by side in sheets of paper and pack them for sale Trim Age her a long time What makes you rrant to so much THEY WERE GENUINE The face is old and granpa Â¬ HER PICTURE in this country We have ninr to be thankful for it might be ten million or evin more Assessor There are eight million piano-playe- rs Why Vrkansas Secretary of State clined to Invest In Autographs De Â¬ Â¬ k sweet-look-i- ns Â¬ f A man came to Little Rock several days ago for the purpose of starting a daily newspaper but as he lost all his money under such sounds as card 21 and ace of spades he was forced to sell his jeweliy At last he was driven to such an extremity that he offered to He said sell Bismarcks autograph that he would take ten dollars for the card which bore his signature He hated to part with it but he saw m other chance of getting money I dont care for Bismarcks sign- Â¬ ature said a gentleman for I believe in patronizing home institutions Now Ill tell you what Ill do I am collect- Â¬ ing the autographs of well known Ar kansaw men- - and Ill give you five dollars for the signature of the Secre- Â¬ tary of State He is very peculiar and has often refused me butby persistence vou might get it The man said that he would try He went away and after an hour had passed he returned Did you get it Oh yes crifraA in n TUKPNnln Tineinpcc nnil xtrn Did you have much trouble must like and praise them in spite of He swore at first Considerable ithat I should not have it but I went this business not on account of it They Ito work on him in earnest and at last waded to their ends through the blood he yielded Here it-- is1 handing the of thousands of men who had done them no harm and whom no sentiment of ornnHnmnn irl wUllklUUiWU o V14V4 Now let me see Bismarcks signa-- patriotism nor love of liberty impelled he added wlien the great them to oppose They were associated ture Ah Germans fist was shown nim his too with imperialist authorities and handwriting resembles that of our Sec- - forces for whose evil deeds they were of course not responsible but who were retary The a fact there is some resem- sorry allies for honorable men Thats story has been told of the cruel murder blance Are you sure the signatures are gen- of the Wongs or rebel chiefs who had surrendered to Gordon under his pledge uine Oh know they are You maj that their lives should be spared and of his rage and despair thereat This was have both of them for fifteen dollars but an isolated case and so horrible Cheap enough were the atrocities connected with the Dirt cheap Whatf do you say any Â¬ suppression of the rebellion that one As I said before I dont care thing about Bismarck but if I knew the must shrink from pursuing the subject During the late Franco Chinese war I Secretarys autograph to be genuine I was more than once pained to hear men would buy it I talk Ill swear itis genuine Why I saw who ought to know betterdragon about flag seeking service under the him write it You may be honest bat somehow I This is no place in which to say the very much that might be said as to the wretch Â¬ suspect you edness of such service and the pirate Why so fate which they would court and vrry Because lam the Secretary of State probably meet when encountering a for Â¬ Arkansaw Traveler eign foe but they might take a leson from the history of Ward No one in ten thousand of them could at all ao CURRENT STYLES proach him in military genius in courÂ¬ Seasonable Novelties in Hats Wrapt age and in resources or do anything llasques and Pelisses like what he did Yet the rebels took Red mittens go with red felt hats his life the imperialists took his money and Gordons biographers took his fame Little folks wear big red felt hats A A Hayes in Atlantic The Fedora is the popular plastron Very little white necklingerie is worn American silks are growingin popu- Â¬ RETAIL DEALERS PROFITS Â¬ Danville Breeze This land seems to ba ery fertile Farmer Quite so Even if the crops do fail the taxes on it alÂ¬ ways grow Chicago Ledger A woman may not bo able to sharpen s pencil or throw a stosa at a hen but she can pack more articles in 3 trunk than a man can in a one horse wagon Hot Springs Netss Have yoi read WhatshBriame No sir I dont read poetry poem 31 Well I suppose that does I write it prejudice you against verse somewhat but I can assure you that some poetry isr Boston Tran really worth reading script4 A young man who held a loaded pistol to hi3 head and threatened to blow his brains out unless fhe girl who had refused him would consent to have him as coolly told by the young lady he would haveto blow some brains intoi his head first He didnt blow X H Independent - 1 Esmeralda Longcoffin I believe Mr McGinnis that you think I am- c stupid creature Hostetter McGinnis O no nothing of the kind Nobody can be called stupid who can so accu- rately divine the thoughts of another ar c you have done mine Tas Siflingsl youve Robbie said his father sat therelooking out of the window and havent moved a muscle for thirty five minutes Now whv couldnt you sit Sit still still that way this morning this morning echoed Robbie in amaze How could I si t still this morn Â¬ menL Burdelie ing I was in church Miss DiffidentAunty you dont understand Italian and your applaud- ing at the wrong time attracts attention Mrs to yon from all over the house Vulgarien sharply My dear you se this new wrap It cost eight hundred dollars to import What do you thinl I came here for Philadelphia Press A countryman and his bride applied Orchestra at the box office for tickets i chair parquett6 or family circle asked the ticket seller Whichll it be Ma-she Well asked the groom rier bein as how replied with a blush we re married now p rhaps it would oe proper to sit in the family circle -- - I Nashville American The Locomotive publishes engrav Â¬ ings in each issue showing how boilers look just after they have exploded Thi3 doesnt seem to hit the caseatalL What is needed is a picture showing how a boiler looks just before it is going to ex-Â¬ plode We could then learn when to get out of the way New Haven Begis ier Whistler the artist who writes symphonies about nocturnes in red in blue and arrangements in white1 is coming to this country to lecture1 This move is supposed to be an ar Â¬ rangement in gold but Whistler may personate a nocturne in blue when he returns home minus the American dol Â¬ lars he covets Norristoicn- Herald - 4 WORK OF FUNNY MEN A Family Calendar and Book of Health and Humor for the Million We are in receipt of a little book which in richness of humor and gro tesqueness of illustration may be said t is lar favor Red is the color for sleighing suits and wrapk t 3 Plain wliifeJiuen collars inust be two incheS wider Nasturtium red brown shades are growing in popular favor Red cockades look well on hats of any color worn in sleighing Red tliagonalcloth for English driving jf V DY HOUSE Propritor HOUSJEJ XIELA TOC HAZEL GEEEN KT we once expected to be It tooksome time some pleading some humiliation on his own part for high minded Alice hd been deeply wounded by his too ready belief in her desertion of him But still her heart had never really swerved from its first real love no more than had his own and when Gilbert Warner left the little town it was as he hoped to do fifteen years previous with Alice t Graves as his bride Chicago Times THRONDTJEM JOHN H PIERATT Proprietor the market as sjt xBe taoie is supplied with the estim will be f unrisfeed flrt fran and beasu class accommodatiox MORGAN HOUSE WEST UBEETr KT JAMES H COLE Proprietor Patresac ef the traveling public is re pectfnlly solicited Table always suppled with the bestin the saarket Stable attached ASHLAND HOUSE NEAR LEXINGTON OSTOEFICE KENTlCKX IUST CUSS R E BGSWEEL liTiSR SOXS EiSONiSLE Pfaprietora - CANEPTON HOUSE CJLMPTOST ALEX KT J ASBURY Preprietr tourifU The table i supplied with the rboicestr na6 intfee aaarket and the charges are rea oaable Special inducements to Ctolmercia Insure Ploenii 1 XQHT PfPpenty IKVTHE OU EEliABtE TTMch T orAKTTOED C0X9L al In Bailable Indcmaltj Net Cheap lBsurae Mm - OoapT Tstod 4 Time Trldd and Fir MLKK CAF XT AX TBEEBSJISSECSXAPXST- - K C EJCSNDON Aanrr With a Ai pang of remorse shot through the A Swedish Town History Marvelonsly Rich i j rlV heart The town of Throndtjem Sweden is KowTvasit that she had been nreoc- ciipietL withher own affairs sojis to have the northernmost railway station in forgottenoltT Peggy Barnett the good Europe and is the seat of the most and kindly soul whom the young folks northern cathedral The charms of the called auntL ami Tth whom Alice had place are thus described by a recent trav hcon since lier babyhood a special eler Surely the cradle of Scandinavian favorite 4 Oh if I only haaftime she said Christianity is one of the most beautiful remorsefully I feel as though I could places in the world No one had ever never forgive myself for being so forget- told us about it and we went there uuiv ful of the dear old woman as she was because it is the old Throndtjem of sage watching for and expecting me Joe she added looking np hastily do you and ballads and expecting a wonderfu think you could drive me there and back and beautiful cathedral But the whole in your gig It would not take ten place is a dream of loveliness so ex-minutes and I I have an hour before quisite in the soft silvery morning light on the fyord and delicate mountain me she added with a blush If you choose Alice he answered ranges the rich nearer hills covered with bilberries and breaking into steep a little hesitatingly Xo one will seeane 3Cshall be back cliffs that one remains in a state ol shevsaid in her transport which is at a climax while all before I am missed is engraven upon an opal sunset sky nsual impulsive way when an amethystine glow spreads when and At the church every seat was filled over the mountain meet their and an impatient crowd awaited the ships and buildings prides 4U rival I was already past the UUUUiu ill uiu suui iiaiioaiuui appointed hour Xwo messengers had water Each wide street of curious low open dispatched to inquire into the cause wooden houses displays a new vista of of the delav and in the vestry room the sea of rocky promontories of woods groom and - his attendants awaited the dipping into the water and at the end epected summons Suddenly the ves of the principal streets is the gray mas Olaf ir door opened and one of the deacons sive cathedral where S and is buried poetry have the cbnrch entered with a face in and where northern art XhlcbJH new was so palpably written exhausted their loveliest and most patiiat Gilb-j-- t Warner started to his feet thetic fancies around the grave of the he said quickly national hero The Cathedral Garden What is it for so the graveyard is called is most What has happened And then he neard what every one in touching- - Acres upon acres of graves the village church was alreadv reneat- - are all kept not by officials but by the families they belong to like gardens va to each other Alice Graves oe vurus uave run away vuxcr The tombs are embowered in roses nd They were seen driving at breakneck 1 honevsuckle and each little green tpeeil down the mill road in the direc- - mound has its own vase for cut flower daily replenished and a seat for the sur ii mof the station to catch the vivors which is daily occupied so that doubt news in silence but the link between the dead and the living Varher heard the N Y Observer w h white face and set lips And when is never broken two hours thereafter thesouthern-ijouu-- 1 Miie The New York Post ofiicb employ train went shrieking past the station it bore away anionjj its more than two Aonaad jagg usarest -Â¬ yon id no 1 north-bt-undFfrauV- inclosing the hands this winter Long Fedora plastrons of lace col- Â¬ ored white cream and black are much they are then pointed at both worn with plain silk or wool frocks fo upon successively quick give the dressy effect for evening wear ends The latest novelties for sorties de bal rotated funning grindstones being two India rubber bands travels are large long pelisses of velvet broche between ing over a grindstone with concave and cisele in evening colors lined with face by a blow from falling die th fur Onejrich clasp of silver or gold two heads are headed and gutters fastens the garment at the neck The curved seams on- - the back of marked for the eyes the eyes are pierced by a pair of punches in a deli basques and jackets which join the side cate handpress the tfeedles are thread- - bodices to the middle forms are now r to outlined with braid by tailors An or- Â¬ iC lUi eu OQPf namental trefoil of braid finishes the the j rfl then broken across throucrn le double row at the end of each seam Swans down trims morning wrap- Â¬ l thin fin left between the heads- - and the pers and matinee sacques of white or heads themselves rounded by filing thev are then heated in small iron trays pale tinted blue and rose colored cash- Â¬ and dropped separately into an oil bath j mere or wool stuff worn by young ladies to naruen mem auer wmen tnqy are at home in the mornings But these tempered on a hot plate or hr a stove garments are not suitable for hotel and straightened by a hand hammer on Dreakfasl tables nor for afternoon wear a small anvil to remove any warpihg at home when accelvmg company Jrrettv pelisses for babies are shown due to hardening raaQe 0I Plustl iaraD s W001 clom The needle has now assumed its final I condition but itis notvet finished The wIute woollen stuffs soft but thick and warm Hats and caps to match make next oneratioh is scourmtr for which Tipprilos mivpH nn- with snft the little ones look cosy and comforta- nnmW nf w soap emery and oil are wrapped unwith ble A little sheer woolen vail of the tne Peusse in nat or caV 1S eanvas into a roll about two feet lono tmt over the babys face m the coldest and three inches in diameter and then put tun backward and forward under run-Â¬ weather N T Sun ners worked by a crank from the engine A remarkable fight occurred re- Â¬ The process goes on for eight hours during which the needles are continually cently on the farm of Cscar Tumor in rubbing against each jther and it is rep- Ballard County Ky between a large eated-from two to eight times the final Durham null belonging to Colonel Tur scouring being with putty powder In ner and a buck weighing over-- two hunBoth were found in the some cases the straightening and scour- Â¬ dred pounds ing are performed at the same time by forest dead only a few feet apart The When perfectly scoured bull had been gored three times by the maoiinerv thi needles are shaken up in a buck thelast thrustr entering the ani traj until they lie parallel and mals heart and must have killed him then by a dexterous motion of the almost instantlv The der was dread hand they are shifted so that all the fully bruised though his skin had not points are in the same direction j been cut through The ground where Next defective needles are picked out the tight occurred was cut up by the Ket of the animals St Louis Fost of the lot by hand the eyes are blued Dr softened by traversing them over a In a Fresno Cal barber shop gas flame and in some cass the eye is smoothed on each face by a fine coun- - they furnish music for the barbers to T I I The Various Processes Necessary to Con- vert Steel Wire Into Needles Almost all the needles madean V n- The wire gland are made at Redditch the best quality of steel and is sup- Â¬ is of plied in coils varyingfrom 1200 to 3000 yards in length and from 1 22 inch to 1 100 inch in thickness The processes passed through are as follows The wire is cut to lengthsof two needles by hand or nTachine shears these lengths are annealed in bunches of about four inches in diameter while still hot and held together br rings the bundles are rolled over by hand pressureon an iron table so as to straighten each- - other than formerly Long waistcoats ornament the front of many dressy morning- gowns dress- Â¬ ing sacques and matinees Large buttons or large clasps instead ofbnttons ornament the side panels on - jackets is the noveltyof the intermedi- Â¬ ate season The newest jackets and newmarkets have the sleeves larger below the elbow the sSirts of homespun dresses as well as fasten the basque or jackeL A hundred years ago ladies used muffs five or ten times as Targe as the little rolls of fur or pouches of plush and lace The Itesults of a Statistician Investigation of This Subject 1 It -- is often stated and generally be lieved that the prices charged by re- Â¬ tail dealers in various lines of trade are This view is shared by the excessive and writers on economics some- Â¬ public times advance the same opinion based as they claim upon the difference be- Â¬ tween the wholesale and retail prices paid for goods such as groceries meats dry goods etc Some go so far as to affirm that the most grinding monopo- Â¬ lies are not the so called great institu tions or systems or corporations but rather the retailers who make it so ex pensive to live by their high Tates for various articles of household consump- Â¬ tion However this may be a statistician has been investigating the subject and calls attention to several points of in- Â¬ terest which are set forth in the AmeriAttention can Grocer of a recent date tisidirected to the value of the service demanded -- of the retailer its cost Â¬ -- w w -- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ shaTe suggested Detween these and the invest Â¬ ment of tfie time and money of the banker the manufacturer the profes- Â¬ sional man and persons employed in the civil service It is contended that the gross profits of a retail grocer average the country over not above sixteen per f cent of which eight per cenL is re- Â¬ quired for the cost of the service This is averred to be particularly true in the larger cities as shown in the increased cost of supplying rich families over poor ones involving palatial stores ed ucated clerks calling for orders delivÂ¬ Exchange ering goods a greater variety 6t the etc-- And attention is stock of luxuries FIRE AND BRIMSTONE directed to the bulk of the retailers trade being made up of perishable goods such A Keli3h Which Spoke Louder aaathe as dairy products eggs poultry fish Parsons Sermons 4 vegetables sfruits etc while the staples A West of Scotland clergyman was are sold at cost or nearly cost and the profit must come in somewhere else or going to the Highlands for his holidays on the fruits spices fancy groceries and and being very fond of the Nabob lia took a bottle with him Pickles luxuries generally held that the retailers capital The Nabob Pickles are extremely It is and labor yield an Income much below hot and should be sparingly used- - ArÂ¬ what is received for a similar investment rived at a hotel he placed the bottle on of time and money in almost any other reputable trade or calling The stateÂ¬ the table and took one or two of them- ment is made that the sales of A Yankee was sitting opposite and g4- a majority of the retail grocers his eye on the pickles Stranger paas in large cities - will not- - reach the pickles please The clergyman 30000 a year If his net profit is eight said These xtq private nroperty bat per cent based on the cost of the goods yon are welcome to themt Hepsiwed his income would on that amount of the pottle across the table Thexankee sales be 2070 out of which he must emptied half the bottle into hi3 plate tlive r et bad debts keep np and in and stirred them well up with his spcon crease his business etc It is shown by He took a big spoonful but thy were this shrewd statistician that a dealer who not long down when he dre w a long sells 12000 of goods a year has an inÂ¬ breath and said Oh dodgast itl come of 828 which is equal to the sal Â¬ Look here stranger I gue3 you are a ary of a chorus girl in an opera com Â¬ parson Well I am a clergyman pany if he sells 15000 worth his in- Â¬ and I preach the Gospel- Look yon come is the same as that of a policeman here said the Yankee hare heard and if he should do a business of 60 them preach about fire and brimstone 000 a year he will have a salary equal to but voa are the first one know who sample bottle Chritfimi that 01 a trench cook Chicago lnler carries -- and risk and a comparison is in the language 01 tue wna iv esc to take the cake It is simply drawing it mild to say that it contains some of the best examples of American humor ever published and the contributors who are well known in the field of let-- ters have really excelled all former efforts The illustrations by comic art f ists are also in direct harmony with Bill Nye tells his- - ex I the text with a cyclone R K Mun s perience kittrick of Puck rhymes funnily on r the four seasons Mr H D Umbstaefr ter the originator of the book de 33 scribes his wrestle with a grilled bone in merrie England and M Quad of the Detroit Free Press gives som quaint aphorisms of Brudder trard The book in fact is not one ners i to be glanced at and laid aside and for Â¬ gotten but can be taken up with pleasÂ¬ ure at anytime Its title is the St Jacobs Oil Family Calendar and Book1 of Health and Humxr for he JIUKoitfor 18SG It- is published by the Charles A Yogeler Company Baltimore Mdf the proprietors of SL Jacobs Oil a remedy which is universally known as the only cure for rheumatism and all bodily pains and which has been in dorsed by leading men in every coun KeG star uougn try in the world Cure the new twenty five cent remedy for throat and lung troubles which i also being manufactured by this house a has received the indorsement of legis- Â¬ lators and boards of health on account of its freedom from dangerous opiates and its prompt efficacy Thebooknis distributed in large cities by carriers and in small towns by druggists When there is any diificultv in obtaining lWf stamp sent to The Charles A Togejer Company will insure a copy by maflj- m-- -- - W 5 t -- HT -- -- -- I I mt Wrr-w-- i ftSmfffr s tt i laaBasUVBBuaft Hazel Gbeen Herald WWOWC -- Remarkably Cold Winters fSoieatific Aaaericsa TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK KENDALL HOUSE IrORXER MAIN AND PRESTONSBUUG STS f COOPEK 1ater4 i GiX Ic J XILE JYTCXX LYTTLE Proprietors AS TwbThhem a4 u tWe Beel Sf Green Pottofice iwui aaalter gPESOEitl COOPER Editor HAZEi CKEEK KY tZ3rti Ticket tmoorstic ia Augast FSnrtXewaay Col L 34 BAY 1S Fer Circuit Jdee 13th District JOHN E COOPER For ConiKmvrealtR Attoraer C LYKIK CtvAsaraev k J- -DAVID HOGG Ci Cmhkv feav Jaige G 2LSWAXGO Jailer GEO U BURNS KASII Server Cwwmm- FIELDEN COX JOHN M ROSE Ceaaty Sofel Say - Oari - Skmnf G T CENTER Ckot Oart CJerkW F FXKTNS CRUEY JUmmt W GWWDRAKE We are COMBS ft or f fJrimklftnits ntT sabject to the actios B 3f aariaed to aaaoaaeeSurvey fer the ofice ef di4te Â¬ tklaBtcracprrr tie Boflaaa foraw and swayed the popu Â¬ lace ef Greece e aa j a sod whea anything Tie viort of tiocovghsess will be accepted by tie people ef tik land Tic time was whfts roodsess ot nert and lite wasi tie oly salification seceseary to auc cestiul werk ia tke jmlpit whea lawyers and electors jmd teachers were not re-Â¬ quired to kaow aaore than the common people bat aow that the little boys and girls ia r pablic schools are beginning to uaderstaad tie science of oar language century still there is licited part fBarter mr73m far improvemeat Evea sow we iMt JOE BRAWNER are rir begiaaiBg only sbarpeciBg oar VV1TII catieiial tools oaly gettiag ready Breens Liniment removes knots and is The attention of horse and mule dealers especially invited to our facilities for the for gnawer ad nobler achievements all enlargements on horses or other stock handling of stock and we invite all traders SiBYsrs Garson Hardware Go Sold of Wolfe and adjoining counties to call on Taarewgkstcas i tic great seed of this No cure no psv Day br Hazel Gteen uh when in the city T F J D 637 W Main Street age wketier it be in the halls of larn D Lakdsaw Stillwater HOUSE those eioaeat voices that shook r RoBiysoyXCampton JAY Cassidy LOUISVILLE KY aa4e lMerfai dvaceent work of hs been edactioa la tie The following statistics of the good old MT STERLING KY winters are curious In 408 the Black sea was entirely fro7en over In 7G1 not only the Black sea but the straits of Dardanelles were froeen in some places the snow rose 50 feet high In 822 the J iL BIGSTAFF President great rivers of Europe the Danube W V THOMSON Cashier Elbe c were so hard frozen as to bear heavy wagons for a month In 860 the DIRECTORS Adriatic was froeen over In 991 everyÂ¬ thing was frozen the crops totally failed A IK E WpFjElt and famine and pestilence cloaed the year James Cnoitx In 1067 the most of the travelers froze to Dr It R J- - T iftfrffifixD death on the roads In 1133 thePoe was inr341y Drakil it sii frozen from Cremona to the sea the wine casks were burst and even the trees split by the action of the frost with immense noise In 1236 the Danube was frozen The Qld Reliable to the bottom and remained long in this state In 1316 the crops wholly failed in Germany whet t which some years PROPRIETORS before sold in England at six shillings the quarter rose to 10 In 1339 the crops failed in 15lland and such a fam- Â¬ On Commission ine ensued that the poor were reduced to feed on grass and many perished misera Â¬ Mountain men will do well to consult bly in the fields Thesuccessive winters before offering stock for sale as we believuo 34 of were uncommonly se- Â¬ it will be to their interest vere It once snowed 40 days without GIVE US A TRIAL interruption In 1468 the wine distrib-Â¬ uted to the soldiers in Flanders was ct t and1 you will stop with us every time with hatchets In 1681 the winter w s excessively cold ilostof thebolliesw e Co killed Coaches drove along the Tbamr S 11 inches thicic NEW the iceonJ3ifch was In 1709 the frost penetrated three yards into the ground In 1715 booths were Livery Sals and Feed Stable erected and fairs held on the Thames In 1744 and 1745 the strongest ale in MT STERLING KY England exposed to the air was covered in less than 15 minutes with ice an eighth ofafTinch thick In 1809 and again Drovers and Traders Headquarters 1822 the winters were remarkably cold In 1844 there was a fair on the Thames -- Ague Cure IS WARRANTED to cure Fever and Aku Intermittent or Chill Fever Ee Bilttect FeverDnmb AguBIIioui Fever Trrtuefor 4Brcasbonen Fever Liver Complaint amTall diseascfc arising from Malarial poisons -- I t Mrs E C WEST LIBERTY KY Kendall - Proprietress HARD TIMES DOWN GO THE PRICES m -- j The table is supplied with the best the market affords Experienced hand in charge 01 siaoie Charges reasonable PhcBiiix Stables Robinson tred with Chills and Fevtr having Chills every other day After trying varidtis remedies -- j Epr ejgJitgkji months I suf recommended to cure Tused bottle Jones have neverjsinee had - ofdyerstfgileCure and a We are now receiving another LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK of even- - variety of Goods to supply the demands of all our customers at Whole- pale and Retail which we PROPOSE TO SELL FOR CASH or exchange for MAYTOWN KY Produce and Live Stock We have often tried to establish a trade on a Cash btisw We have also notified our friends and customers of the Will attend to ferreting out criminals in hut have as often failed any part of the country and guarantees sat DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF THE CREDIT SYSTEM and our intention to isfoction in every case where employed reform our business but little attention has been given to what we have said Now we intend to establish upon the ruins of the old credit system a STUICTLY Orders by mail promptly attended to CASK BUSINESS which will enable us to sell vou goods - W and General Detective Marshal T DAY a chill llll m 1 IHlIllKKMWsKil mm mi mwim i sWsil I t WAm ill I s ft issl I H 1 Cheaper Tlian You Have Ever Bougiit Before large stoct ot ULiUlUiu UXr titMJLX5c vtc wniclt we ar on- - at special low prices for cash To all of our customers having accounU due we most earnestly solicit to come forward and make settlements You owe it to us to do so as well as to yoursetve as honorable men We will sell you goods cheaper than you have ever bought them before we cau better afibrd it because we will take no risk on time Respectfully Buy and Sell Horses PBETARED BY IMPOaTESS AXI JOBBERS OT 4 Dr J C A3rer CoLoj8llKaL - Id by all Druggists 1432-33-1- Established 188 4k a Goods AND TEIED BAGS V McWilliams MT STERLING KY J G TRIMBLE President LESLIE TII05ISON Cashier N OTI O N SCELESTmA g Capital 9100000 Surplus 815330 k UNIOK 5TS2STS sBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsiBsHBiEtBlslsBBBliiSiSaSB F DAY PBKFJSOWON AT LA8TI xin w J T - 4 41 I Receives deposits Discounts bills Loans money on liberal terms Exchange bought and sold And does a legitimate bonking Your patronage respectfully so- Â¬ business Cincinnati THE JOHN SHILUTO COMPANY I LATEST m 7 LSsBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBIbIBBBBBBBBBBBBbS Wholesale and Retail Dealer iu I H ll iHlfSfcaESSiMBSBBBBBBBBBBkBBBBSBBBBl IsbbbbbbbT I III i PI HWsbbbbI Greatest IS Somaf - DRY GOODS Musical if tie juere is repaired Tie tiiag absolutely essential ia cul iare Tie children must be educated is Grder to inspire tfecaa with proper views tf life and te fit tLcm for usefulness KoieriUge h omparable with this We prize too liighly any agency or sa InstrantCBtality that may be employed in tie acceBplibcnt of this work The free school system iould be en Â¬ couraged by all as it is especially a riend to the poor Many of this moun Â¬ tain coantry already show more of God than la seen ia the sun All they need is as opportunity and a word of encodr ageateat Then our academy should have the warawst sympathy of the great vst aaatbcr Here may be acquired mme kaoirledge of the classic1 while lhe colleges of our state offer to the hard working and persevering student a thor oagh classical education We sincerely hope our people will taken greater inter Â¬ est in this noble cause The Herald tads let it be remembered as tie ad-viKjateof education everywhere especial ly in Eastern Kentucky Loaiiville Commercial The report of the state geologist shows that one result of the work under his di- Â¬ rection has been to bring into a single ceanty of this state since the last meeting of the legislature an amount of money equal to ten times the cost of the survey during these two years In many other directions the geologist has been the means of direct benefit to the state It is very sngular that one of the first acts of a senate elected in the interest of economy should be to try to abolish about the only state institution which brings more to the pockets of the people than it costs DALACE HOTEL them in taxation And the senate secraes ERENOHBURG very blow about rescinding that action The Geological Survey Brooder coinr Race Seventh George Streets hatch 1200 to 1500 chicks a vear worth as The table is supplied with the best in the JLbroilcrs 4 to 12 per dozeu No cost or O market and every attention given to guests experience to operate iioius iw eggs Rates reasonable Price 1200 W SHIVELY mf PostofSce Campbellavillc Ky REEXWADE HOUSE An absolute success Perfect imitalation of W1TU FRENCHBURG KY the ben No lamps to explode Ten hens will pay 200 profit per T J COPE Proprietor Ambacii BurpndeC Oo year oena ic ior new TTf 11 9 I pp book on poultryincuba I J1 H A j Table suppliedjjwith all delieaeies of the tors diseases etc U 1 JJiiJ Special attention to commercial season F D Craig N Erajiston lit tourists d HAZEL GREEN KY Rsv ISAAC MURPHY Taor flATCHSS ic Foldinir Incu- - CABPETING I INST1IMEM7S Of tko Age Cincinnati fistah y BHWPiBBliBBBJBBEMEBffssr OATALOGTJiSTSlii G CHICKS BY pi EMILY TRIPP A6EST FOR OPERA Aad dealer ia OBQAhS asd 2usieal Uodj aitiiti HM 2 5 1 9 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky- - BOONBVILLB KY YNE l 17 and LU- - Ilopkins Plact BALTIMORE MI at Brccns Liniment is certainly the best The patronage of the traveling public is conbination of remedies for cornsneural- in the baek and aide etccver respectfully invited Table the best and giapains every produced attention to the comfort of guests J II WILLIAMS Proprietor Noma J T D D Lanpsaw Stillwater Cassidy RoBiXBOif Campton GENERAL AF Day SOONEVILLE - HIT KENTUCKY THE BEST boon ever bestowed upon man Is perfect health and the true way to insure health U to purify your blood with Aycrs Sarsa pnrilla Mm Ellxa A Clougb M Arllng Every ton st Lowell Mass write spring my family including whiter and ntyclf use several bottles of Aycrs Sar saparllla Experience has convlncod me that as a powerful L1MENT Diphtheria Cronr Asthaa SrwssMtU Iheemiilrs JZvtOlat s M ueau iiAcldnir cooeju vrccsut ceasa oatrrn t0LcraJt9r3axrTOS wry Cereals ZKaad S Jonstos Jt 2T guapal tree Dlarrhooa Kidney Trosblc aadgplnsi Pise CURES 2rrIla Hazel Urcen by WANTED A situation and a first OWSLEY COUNTY Sawyer Miller Evcry day employment desired Boat of references can be given Address A W G Daniel May town Ky Any person can become bo thoroughly posted in three A weeks reviewing with The Common School Question X Book as to successfully pass the most dif ficult and technical legal examination Miss By ite aid thou- Â¬ for teachers ceritficares sands of young people earn a lucrative live lihood 25000 sold last year Circulars ana specimen pages for vw stamps Agents wanted A H CRAIG School for Teachers SANDERS Nanxie Fisher A fatal affray occurred in Claj conntr on the 13th last For a long time a feud has existed between Pleasant Patrick and Joseph Jooea his nephew growing ont of family troablcs Both men live near Ifancheiter On Saturday Jones met Patrick and accost- Â¬ ed him pltaantlv with the words How ara jon Patrick who is said to be very quarrelsome replied I have no how are jouT for yoc and then struck at Jonei whh an ax Jones pulled a revolrerand shot his aesollxst in the right breast the bullet pass Â¬ ing through his lungs and lodging in the back Patrick is about forty years old and has a family Jones is twenty three years old and has been divorced Jones while fPEACH Principal gradual- 18S1 Allib SAXDEity 1383 1884 Blood n oentrsted is vrorta sound of sny otaor kind It U strictly a B4lclao to be arlraa vrltK food tor S osfils la sUap Bold tnjmhens or snt br Six ossa aj sxpross propid tor 600 Hbb tt dam j Ths inioiiaiMon arouad rsllrre oil maiw or usss sua yon tnu aiwsys oa eAh boi pills Jlad oat about Wm uunu otX ta StCO Dlstri TwcfJ PrtaJ0g3r03r firss aoiaTenrwhgraorseatbyAliaaratBst3Bps CJLSUSUie a r imsa ly Sherdaas Coatinon a ty W9- - 113 aaiis It MM will absolutely Powtrls highly cos SW SBI H HV Bl Bi S P at pars sad ubA MAKE I xsw sicac fiiS m f Bxf zt PARSONSomtb BLOOD wrd 3 99iTi7 tacr I discTTT ThM ci l Hs were a wtajdarfd ITo 39ta Uka thrat Ix Vts Win IIRMIHIIVBRHI IHI Octoane ml i IJl Ikkll twl- - mnnhHhmx t n in- - 130 tuakec dtaJsr75 sllciisesis Is szFi br HAZEL GREEN KY bok tri by f asesw mt 2H a sc Birdie S a XDcits Caldwell MiHllO WiscoxsixL U 11 J J TEACHERS CAN ENTER AT ANY TIME Titim Tekm cominencrs Jau 27 13S1 and the Fourth Term commence April filh 1886 of the shooting and was arrested Will QIC Patrick ldBBBBBBBBffff9BlBHEBlBQslBiSBBBBBK J9llllllK2isiiflBnBBIBIShBKv2Ef BSSSBSSHBSSftbkiSB 3BBfifrufiSBSflHBSSSSKtr -- We look upon intemperance lust as we lKk upon any other sin simply as sin and to be treated as such Intemperance is not a recent sin not a new development of human depravity but has been a curse in our world since the days of Xoai Its age does not make it honorable on the contrary it has become Jike an old wan who is confirmed in hab Â¬ its of vice aiost vile and disreputable Vsea we open the pages of history we are act by the saddest examples of jlraakeaaess We come face to face with the Aiaalekites who after they had in- Â¬ vaded the south and Ziklag had been smitten and burned with fire and the wossea ad their sons and daughters had been sade prisoners of war this terrible calamity so aSccted the heart of David and tie people that were with him that jiey wept antil they had no moie power to weep Tbey could pray and they did pray Nothing else was left them to do And David inquired of the Lord saying Shall I pnrsac after this troop Shall Breens Liniment is pronounced by all And the Lord an Â¬ who have used it to be the greatest rem Â¬ I overtake them swered Purswe f - thoa shalt surely edy for rheumatism sprains cuts bruises overtake tiera and withoat fail to re etc Sold by J T F Day Hazel Green coverall But what was their condition D D Ladsaw Stillwater They were spread whea overtaken Cabsidy Komnson Campton abroad apoa the earth eating and drink Â¬ ing In other words they were in a a ate of intoxication and therefore it was an easy Batter for David and his men to MT STERLING KY recover all they had taken in the late j victory to heir arms This is a picture riKlLXE IX ol iue as it is seen almost every day Men go forward bailding up character and promoting the interests of their fam Â¬ ilies and fellow men when suddenly by yielding to temptation they forfeit the work of a life time Strong drink is the ruin of some of the brightest minds and the blight of many nable lives Then it is safe to give and echo the warning Touch not taste not handle not Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The telegrams sent out from Washington to several afternoon papers concerning the illness of ex President Arthurand intimating that he could not live a week are denied by the intimate friends of Gen Arthur here Mr Knevli of the law firm of Knevals Ransom of which Gen Arthur is a member when shown the divpatch this evening said There is not a word of truth in it I saw 3Cr Arthur yesterday He ic ill but not dangerously so Vanceburg Courier Now a whine comes up from Greenwood that the guards cant stand the cold and the damp Its killing them they say Well let them die then Thsy have no business at Greenwood and if they cant stand it there they cAn just tum- Â¬ ble in their checks and start for the warmer climate that awaits them across the rinr Styx Theres no cold there no damp then nothing but home gvardg and briineitone there Speaker OiTuli en the IGth inst in the aouse creaiea some excnenieni ny sotiiymg the doorkeeper not to allow E F Madden on the floor of the house as correspondent Madden had charged in his paper that the speaker had shown partisanship in favor of the filibustering tactics employed by the op ponents of thebill making gambling a felony Oa the 16th inst Gov Murray receded a telegram from Secretary Lamar asking for Gov Murray promptly re his resignation plied sayisg his resignation would be band Â¬ ed the President by R h Baskin a delegate chosen by the non mormons to go to Wash ington to represent their interest BSsSSBSSSSSslSSffKBBSS3SSSSlS Teacueks Terms Third and Fourth Tuitiov 1000 per Term purifier It Is very much superior to any other preparation of SarsaparlHa AH jicisoiu of Mrofulou or consumptive ten tlcnciee and especially delicate children arc urc to be greatly benefited by its use J VT Stnrr Lacouln lova writes 44 For years I was troubled with Scrofu Â¬ lous complaint I tried hcvcral diflerent preparations which did me little if any good Two bottles of Ayers Sarsapa rilla effected a complete cure It is iny opinion thi this mediciuc is the best blooft Saw Mill for Sale I Hazel Green Academy The Trustees of th institution hava eluding a have a saw mill which I wish to tall 10 TEX HOKSK EXCUSE SO The saws are 52 and inches respectively SCOTT The large is the PISTON CJHSSEL BIT and the Mill a No 1 STAXDAKD iiARR Address O CO J YV BEJARNETT PaRIB JvT j 2VRirK 9BBBHBBBBBBBsPlBiBKkv FOR CATA LOG CE free BBBKBESnS CHICAGO COTTAGE ORCAIM Has attained a standard of excellence wrhlc admits of no superior It contain1 every Improvement that invcntlTc genius Bkill and money can produce Purifier C E Upton Nashua X II of the day writes For a number of years I was troubled with a humor in my eyes aud unable to obtain relief until I com- Â¬ menced usiujj Ayers JjariapsriHa I have taken several bottles am greatly bene- Â¬ fited and believe it to be the best of blood 11 Harris Creel City Ramsey purifiers I have been an Co Dakota writes intense sufferer with DynpcpMat for the pavt three years Six months ago I began to ute and health This school presents advantages wlueh7 are not equalled in the State in maay par- Â¬ ticular and its future is destined to work a HAZEL GREEN KY rjood to our countrr which will be felt Standaat the head of Low Prices vrith ev- - Term reasonable for b jth tuition and board For terms Jtc anplr to crything you want in Prof X K HAYH IMncipsJ r IIox 502 months Hazel Grctn I the mml desirable laea tion in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky and noted for the advantages it has in churchcn temperance aoeletr aeatn secured the serrires of Prof and the third term will comateea AUGUST 31ST lt5 and continue teiy San-day-scho- ols F McGUIRE Boots iihoes Hats Clothis f DRY GOODS 2JOTION8 liiiifttiiiiimiiM o- GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGS FLOUR BACON fcc The monev is what I want and I will give MOKE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH thau anv other house in town Country produce taken in exchange for ooda F McGUIRE u We are in the market for Furs Hides and Sheep Pelts and solicit consignments We also buy Feath- Â¬ ers Wool Beeswax Tallow Ginseng Eggs and Poultry Write for Price List on Furs and General Produce CHILES THOMPSON GO HALLS Vstbls HAH OBQAH SAHIEOI FOB YKAMM Sarsaparilla It has effected an entire cure and Sold by all Drugghta AYERS SIOO 13 W3EKS SiOO I am uovr m well a ever Trice 91 Six bottles 5 Prepared by Dr JC Ayer Co Lowell i- Theso Onrans sro celebrated for volume quality of tone quick response artistic desitrn beauty in finish perfect construction maldnit thorn tho most ucslrablo orjmna for homes schools churches lodges societies etc 3asuU S A The POLICE GAZETTE wdl he mailed ecurcly wrapped any address in the United States iortlirce months on receipt of ONE DOLLAR Liberal discount allowed to poatrnaslers agents aud clubs Sample copies mailed free Address all orders to - RICHARD K FOX Fraxklix Square N Y f ILYTLE DEALERS CO IN The Celebrated Whofesaie Grocers ANI ESTABLISHED REPUTATIOIT EQUALED FACILITIES BEST MATEBTAI OHAS iOO SCOTT Produce Dealers MT STERLING KY coHnisn uakx this Falioi SCHOOL DESK O THE POPULAR ORGAN Instruction Books aid Piaae Stg 96 jnuoe W Pear St POLURD relieves and cures Itchlne csused bj humors of tho scalp Dr George Gray Nashua N II writes It gives m pleasure to testify to the wonderful elects produced by Tlairs Vegetable Skllka Hair Henewer as observed by me la very mny cases It wxir ocrtaisly restorx TUS JiatR TO ITS OXXGECXZ COLOR It cleaases the head of dandruff aad leaves the hair soft glossy and bcaatifnLn F T-Sandhels 1010 Spruce sL PMkdelpkis Ta writes After uaavalllaf ly trjk It Is a medicinal preparation aad at the same time an elegant and cleaalr toilet article Its action upoa the scalp Is health ful It nourishes the glands whlchsuppori the hair and causes thin dry balr to be-come thick sof tand vigorous It restore th color of youth to locks which Jsava become faded witk ags or dlscawr and -- -- ltjeSj0m An fttIcgUM and Prico lists on applioaticc ORSAn GO CHICAGO COTTAGE CINCINNATI 6 H JUUiUj UilUJjUi Independent Newspaper of HATS CAPS Gents Interna Improvements Louisville Commercial Furnishing Goods established We still favor this plan though tic state has so money today to 3 enter upea it sor has it tie power to in World borrow mosey fer each a purpose mean- wiile i coavict labor w found to be It cant be best Bnt fail to call for them injuring tne tree laborers at anr given I point tie laars of tieState should be SU you an elegant made to aaVd tie latter soe protection i Ladles ho Bat tie Jaws sheald not be changed at Styte fof r vuI4s vm nics vrs 4vww 4ssi nuv i 1 line of NECKVWEAR l buve in earns his Mviag by inciting outbreaks pick or of neirper tiTtS l SSB J8 AT Two years ago and since the commer Â¬ I keep constantly on hand cial recommended tie development of a tygtem of internal improvements to give tsaploymeat to the convicts upon the At tiK Latat Styles Kmlm jHinciple that in new industries this class sell them as would cose less into competition with and will in Cincinnati cheap as they can be bought Louirrille or else Â¬ free labor than in industries already where I have Democratic Principles but not Con- Â¬ trolled by any Set of Politicians or Manipulators Devoted to Collect- Â¬ ing and Publishing all the News of the Day in the most Interesting Shape and with the greatest possi- Â¬ ble Promptness Accuracy and Im- Â¬ partiality and to the Promotion of Democratic Ideas and Policy in the affairs of Government Society and Industry Rale DAY V Randotph and Am Sts CHICAGO ILL W N HALDEMAN Ifrttstdsat of the Gfat LOUISYILLE COURIER JODRKAL CO Tslla Was Ho DEA8 KITE Importers and Jobbers - a number of preparations to preveat my hair from falling out and realizing ikatl was fast becoming bald I tried as a last resort Halls IlairRenewer I have nsd only four bottles of the Rcnewer and am perfectly aatisfled hat It is the best prepa Â¬ ration ia the aiarket for checking falllag out of Lair iuylgoratiay the hair roots and promoting- a aew prowth -- ts - IN I Queensware WINTEBSMITHS Glassware c Peari and Walnut CHILL CURE I Kssnt at W 9f Ottkm es raat Couau-tt-Jow-u-A- Buckinghams Dye FOR THE e Jll sW WHISSEES X manutactured by the i4 L LcramuJL by XniX 2oipaUU 6 1 The Best Mens Fine Shoe the per Year DAILY per Mentis SUNDAY per Yew DAILY and SUNDAY p WEEKLY per Year 00 50 00 7 00 j 00 Yr yv - yrfZr TITK SUX yR-iLIXX-I- York City wi latest S2SO o inA Jjn f c Ke pnvtc prpee of kn otts aaaariTBAOC mm icj S tStoT Fterlinsr -- - TYP E ftVT i Ntinsal Jank Mt Tm ZFOTTWJDIIY 14 Tint Strt Cincinnati 0hie ALLISON SMITH tVTll tn rlnifB9 TVta foauiTy RDirom rfMs Hralu I nr4nsw la msh Dr VimUnmitX 1st Sir I wsirs a rsls I years the ysJus ot ycur rssssdy protspcn reply to your reKjtjssttr asi i kbs inr me to e f your Chill Csrs Tat pTst sstrarsacss of its f its effscu 7 5ccy I Had sad tk rood hid obitrred on Mr R W Msradtta who for mors thsa fifteen year has bea forsasaa ef isy occ induced ate to Uit it ia say iiustiy Tas rssvlu asre been entirely satisfactory Ta first eass vsi ef two yesn staadisj ia waica I belirrs erery kaoira ressedy hsd besa tried with tamporsry re- Â¬ lief the chills rctaraiag poriodically sad neaussly rith tacrsssad seTerity Yor ears broke thess st osceaad there has beset ao rcarrsaa ef ths offor a aore thsa hi Bweths Ths other csm allder fora aad yielded atar readily t other remedies bat the chill vsuld rfttara at iatsrrsis ace which Urns us til your saedieiae vss uied newt rrersl months they hT entirely dissppssxsd From the opportaniry I hsyc had tojadfe ido act hesiuttc to express my belief that your Chill Car is a vsJvable tpeciCe aad ptrfcras all yea practise Vsry rpctfully fork W N KALDEefAH uy t eVrr4 - iy p rtlu j Cincinnati P ROGERS WITH O Sidney School Joux Lououlik Furniture Go Sole Proprietor SIDNEY OHIO This Desk has been Adopted ia Xsarty All the Ladlngr Schools ot tho Co Ha try CO effectual JL eoameads Itself to all who liavc oceajloar to u a dya far tb beard or asurtchoiV- It will cbaage gray faded or adf wmskers to a beautiful bron a or black s dealred Tae colors praAwei ara f aatural and lasting It canaot b was4e4 off coatalns no destructive iagrSeaU is cheap tsiet cxmvealeat to sjhI ur SHIPLEY DOISY 1625000 Erasers PRZ7ARXX NOW N USE vs iDRY GOODS Cor 4th and Elm Streets CINCINNATI - t t Globes Registers Dictionary Holder Maps Map Cases Numeral Frames Charts Dictionaries Anatomical Models Slatinjr Bells Crayon Microscopes Andeverything needed in a school room jarVtni u for complete catalogue Ad Â¬ dress Sold ky all dealers ia mnttcmeu XA2iCM yaaaaX JL ST 1JL Blackboards Liquid B BLACKSMITH WagoEm J BOGEKS - Sidmy Sebol hmWrn GswpaRj PUVEY OITIO MAYTOWN XY HOBSE SHOEING SECIJLLTY repair Fanniaj Tool B JWill i 9H30 flOlY Satisfaction grcaranted in all caesv c Maiw fUir ki s JEazeS Gvleek Hebalix f S JTnteeieiit 3vrtiseets Inserted j sirs eemtn per Ittefc first insertion aad 25 isMrtioe Mteheack Hiecetii KutaKky art 2Sm4 1Imc 22 jsiwate slower than MC-2 Sterling xiae jJ KinPfTit Stealing at 7 a jl arrivei TIME TABLE j -- Sutik Atttitie Biihrty M t m X i at3Tu SterlfBg at 530 P X yiu Sterling with 1105 A Xo 2 at O- - rail war j M aji K jc trina C im CrijHati and Louiaville j XFrom tbe Frankfort Daily Capital Xo 3 cosiMicts ax 3L Sterling with 1105 a j jBt ana xnuH wi vdcuirftisxac HonDrury S Codsey jM4rH TrLjMiille aad Cincinaat4M No fear that his -friends will notrecog- cniatr court oayapeciai nze in the above splendid picture of leaves JLotiiwcil oh the 3rd Moaaiv in each jI a at UC Sterling g0 Jfe t 7S3 a uue uu vnei Hetaraing leaves ML Sterling KoUiwcIl at 430 r X Menifee t 5 I x arrmngxt He was in bornPerry coun ty August 21 Leaves Itetkwell for Mi Sterling at 5 P J V lKO B HAXPER SajDt 1848 He ikx farmerahdi hotel proprietor and is Berving his firet term in the legisla- Â¬ KAZEC GREEN KY ture He has been a justice of the peace 3AAKCH 24 1S86 but held no other offices He served three WEDNESDAY-years in the Confederate array under Morgan and Gen John 6 Williams IYEWS He is the grandson of the famous Jesse o il ereK mrk a rear wtper mhew uombs wno was for 54 years clerk of the yHrrtilwicrlptIB iia expired J circuit and eountv rniirtq nf Purnr rmm e Ib eltker eeyea irart--i- v ty Mr Godsey f r la a marriedman and a iyTwifiiillXJreM iteT te remit re member of the Christian church Bcwresr Mscrptie t osefi He is a member of the committeei W O ifize enrolling clerk of the enrollments and morals and religion on Hofio retaraed home last Wednesday He will retitra to Frankfort this week PERSONAL rjt 2u 4lef S J yIas5 c - -- at Kethwell at 40A Kwikwell at XI J 1 arrivet at - Xuifceriiag-ilOI-A- hMUKSrit Sterling at 140 X sr- Rotfcwell at 320 T M r - c3ithwell at ZA5 r JC-- arrives rcets dT fiecBfi 3ontgeery iu tAx xrrmg 1 ca WUT MnLtA s iOGAL tkt ad t IV Bern To the wife of Josenh LICash D S Godsoy left for Frankfort Mon oni the 18th inst a rfrl and by the day - Z rV Jt sleasawt smiles on Josenhs face he mint J G Trimble of Mt Sterling is tyis- boVppr r iting relatives here Si HrHurst L C Well representing the firm o ty were in and sister of Breathittcoun town yesterday W K riillcrton of ChilHcothe Ohio Floyd Day left for Quicksand Saturday wavJei Saturdav with a full line ofi to look after his timber in that section aane feats AT-- Patrick of Salyen ille passed ty DrJohaA Taulbee of Breathitt counwas in town Saturday and renewed tJirougk townlast Wednesday on hrsTe hfs subscription to The Herald tare irpmMt Sterling where he had H C Heresdon has accepted a position beebwlatoclc as clerk with J T F Day We regret very much to give Clay up but the Biu-CStamper of Graiwy forgan cmnty to this office on last best of friends must sometimes part children iiatHrSay a turnip Weighing eight pouuds It Ls only by purifvingourown concep- Â¬ Court Day at t Stirling Wiocaber this tions of Christ and cfuty that we can give Mt Sterling Gazette The crowd ill town was unusually large clear and useful views of the religioa of GSH Lcxrairvcyedrlhe lot for ih f In other XT 2etk64iBjkcefiagc o Inst Thuradar and remarkably quiet and orderly Christ to those around us word we must first feel the power of WorkJa8ilgutaiid the building will There was a big lot of cattle ou the mar- Â¬ Gods love in our own heart before we ket and a number were left unsold be tinSed lb sn early completion Cattle men report prices low running can recommend it with unaffected and pre zeal to others IiJk MurrfL the voang lawyer who from 3 to 3J cent W H Gate wood cernvalentthe heathen or Andno busy con for the destitute in liadHslegafcideutaffy broken at Louia auctioneer reports about SU0 or 900 cattle our own land and at our own doors ville IfttrOcxober lias recently been re on fhe market mostly inferior grade caoved 19 hi fathers on Stillwater and prices low Good oxen brought f rom should take us from the labor of self 30 to 110 Milch cowaf torn 20 to 4o examination and the retired and silent tlohn Andrew Wilson who live on A few sheep brought from 175 to 2 offices of personal and domestic piety lied river have just couiphtl a road A largo number of horses were on the Such a state of mind and heart will pre 12 fectidfv from Kouaseau to the market Good ones were in fair demand pare us to set a godly example before lIrehittliBCforwhitrhtiiey with others and brought good prices A few good our children And this is a means with Â¬ in the reach of all Be our station in vietfervonuc jiraise mules sold at fair prices life what it may it has duties in per- Â¬ A 1 Patrick of Jlagomn county sold Hoa Joe Gardner of Salyenrtlie pajed one saddle horse to J C Gillespie for forming which faithfully in the presence of our children we give important aid throHgu iiazvl jrreen laft Wednesday J25 13 steers at 3360 15 2 to the cause af God and truth Example from Georgia where he and rn rette hose heifers at 1750 dO heif Â¬ bits leen for rhe lait iire months dispos Â¬ ers and steers atlG6f At Mc Williams has an insinuating power attracting the ing of Jsis fiiorsand mules Co stable about 50 head of mules observer without noise attracting him were on sale about one half of which without even the appearance of effort We iiave several dcw advertisements i were fancv veirings Broke mules sold At the close of one of Kobers G Inger MhicS-appcr tliiM veek and to which from 100 to 105 per head and while sols lectures on tbe Mistakes of Moses we iBTvitihi especial attention of dtral there was some activity in the market a young man was heard to say The colonel favor m awf consumers Ea ch ad vertiaer will for large broke stock the trade was slow of the has met every argument in which christian religion save one next week Veceive especial attention for small mules Messrs German Pace On being asked of Covington bought a car load of mules he did not touch what that was he said My mother I 35 MmOhc widow f the late Rev H and horses at this Ptable Horses sold Oney wEoliasbecn living in Henry coun Â¬ from S5 to 150 W 0 Boyd of Shel can not get away from the influence of The un- Â¬ ty rince the death of her husband arriv byville bought several fancv jearlings her pure life in my presence holy lives of professing christian parents viitli children ou lat Thurh at from 125 to 150 per head one fan Â¬ vd bere daf and will live ontheT farm near town cy pair of mules sold for 350 H G is doing more to make skeptics and infiGarrett of Menifee sold 4 mules from dels than all the infidel books and lecGlierrr Pectoral posscs far 1 70 to 95 and 4 horses from 45 to 100 tures of all the centuries Children are imitative they follow reachicg and powerful healing qualities copy aud just about what the parents which it persistent use will demonstrate Best Patent Flonr Shipstuils Salt Seeds in auit case of colds coughs throat or fcc for sale atri S Gaitskills Mi Ster- are the children will be also Everything a parent does is noticed by the child Jung troubles while its soothing and re ling A e arc impressing our children favorajtorat5p effects are Tcalized at once His Last Notice bly or unfavorably every day we live There is perhaps no other sheriff in the Think of a parent who has been sowing Capt J3 E lloberta representing the Co of state of Kentucky who would take his the seeds of a bad life fortwenty years exwell known lirm of Carter Bro Xouisville arrived at this place last individual means and pay the taxes of pecting to reap a rich harvest of blessing Thursday and after supplying- all our his fellow citizens as Sheriff Center has Such a result would be unnatural it It is possible to merchants with dry goods notions c done Officers are not generally so clev- Â¬ would be a miracle Stanton Powell county latt Sat Â¬ er as to step up to the auditor and say have a harvest of blessings it the sowing left for Here sir is the taxes due from my has been to the spirit Parents should urday eountv Mr fellow citizens are hard aim to have the love and confidence of The chances for success in life are pressed for nmney and I will pav their their children The Bible explains how much greater for the boy vho has grown taxes for them in advance believing this can be brought about Provoke on tbe farm and the industrious hab Â¬ they will pay me when called upon not your children to wrath forbear tip it formed and the fact that his evenings This Sheriff Center has virtually done threatening cease from anger and it were spest at home are what gives him for the people of Wolfe county and we may be added from angry words and Be cheerful and tac stamina which enables him to win do not lclieve there is a man within her angry demonstrations lordcrs who will not sufficiently appreci happy and be entertaining in the home in the battles of life ate the favor to respond promptly to his circle ever remembering that whatsoever IVuf Carpenter will give one of his a man soweth that shall he also reap ioASr UAJLL xclebratedjirestidigitation performances To the Tax payem of Wolfe county Occasional You arc earnestly requested to be n next Saturday night nicromacy and If you want a good job of tiu copper or other feats of interest to lovers of instruc- Â¬ ready to pay your taxes on the next Carpenter is the man who call I think I have waited long enough sheetiron work call oa U F ItlDDELL tion Pof was aihoffct Camptan and he wants to pay at least as long as I can Would be glad Main street Mt Sterling Kv if I were able to indulge you longer I liia just debts Go and patronize him Our Resources have paid your taxes for you about Licking Valley Scorhcr Williamson has recently been do three months ago out of my own means The ing some excellent work in the interest in order to keep from pressing you but coal development of our resources in iron and timber is a matter of vast Â¬ the time has come when I am compelled of Tol Heraij and believes that a bright money or be pressed myself importance to the people of the Upper er day will dawn upon ua if no misfor to hxve the iune befalls tuu We are certainly under I nend this notice that you may all have Licking Valley It is a problem in the obligations to the doctor for whatever the money by the time wc call on you presence of which all other questions pale into interest he raayiiave manifested in our If not I will be compelled to make it ac-Â¬ ought tDlured to thisinsignificance Our region by fondness cording to law On all taxes net paid fathers Xuture success for the chase or the fascinations of pioby the first of April I will be compelled neer life have passed away leaving us See thp advertisement of Grossmann to add the per cent allowed bv law a magnificent heritage one if properly G T Cestee Co saddlery xnd harness ruvioa appreciated and properly utilized would Sheriff Wolfe eountv dealer Jincinnatri wluch appears in our make us a happy prosperous people paper to day The merchants of this sec Cheering Words But how is it today with us The crack xion know the Srnt well and are well of the ox drivers whip is echoed among Bushton III March 10 pleased with dealings with the house Editor of TnE Hazel Gkeen Hebald the hills that ought to reverberate with Give them a trial and The Hekald will Deae sie I never before give one the snort of the iron horse the wheels gtiarautee good treatment dollar for anything more freely than I of the wagon and truck bearing the give the one you will find enclosed for are be F Day bought of John A one years subscription to your paper scanty commerce of this section grounds dragged along valleys and over old bull 1 Phelps last week a fine 3 year prize The Heeald as being the most where the arms of enterprise should lay weighing 1800 pounds also of Asa Bean valuable to me of any we take it being steel rails and trains roll along freighted the l yeariig Irall which is considered Our ray old native home I am very proud with the commerce of a world Our crerWought to the mountains lest to know that after many years I have mines could then give up their stores of fanners should follow this example and the pleasure of reading a paper publish- Â¬ wealth and our vast forests made to pay 5s a shorttiHse our county will le sup Â¬ ed in a town that my mind so often tribute to our progress to a higher civilplied with fine stock wanders back to My mother Caroline ization God speed the time when the Swango of Hazel Green has been with day will break in on the benighted Gov G Evaaa ol Campton sends the us since Dec 24th I will say to her minds of the mos backs and fogies feilowsng recipe for pickling pork friends and relatives that read Txe Her who retard our progress and fur- Â¬ Take ooe eallou of water to one half her health is good her weight is 110 naces will be seen to send their silent gallon of salt bring to a boil etir well axd poands She is not homesick She will signals skyward our valleys ring with a then skins Place meat in stone jar return to my sisters Evaline Ohair a hum of a busy industry and the whis Â¬ aad when briae is cool cover the meat the 15th inst Success to The Herald tle of the steam engine wake the sleeping with briae and weight it down and you Alice Fbazier echoes of our mountains as it bears our urill hsLV mrA time as lonir as VOUri products to the markets of the world pork lasts- Testimonial of th Craig Folding Incubator The Mitchell Wagon for sale at S S Dr Williamson preached at the Pres j See advertisement efewherc Gaitskill8 ML Sterling byteriau church on last Tuesdav Memphis Tenn Nov 17 1S85 Wednesday jmd Thursday nights His The Moautaln Monitor Ceaig eoaoas were upon the subject of educa- Â¬ F D Vtnceburg Courier W Sie I must write you what Beae tion as viewed from a scriptural Etand- That sprightly monitor of the mount Â¬ wi th your incubator luct intended mainly for the oodnum Ihave had I rmf in tne nrst ains The Hazel Green Herald has aad j a kc j ScoZnscMent and instruction of stu- - j Pe 197 chickens added new force to its makeup Mr Cooper has associated with him Mr J 4etswhoAre preparing themselves forascfulncta I hey were quite mj llie finest thing for the Miles Lyttlea prominentl young gentletercing Under Coopers young chicks I ever saw Your incuba- - man of Wolfe count is made care The Herald was a power for good Lexisgtoa Observer Senator aad Mrs tor I know is the best one thatany better in Eastern Kentucky ana now that the can t make TMfee spent last Sunday with friends In fact they a barber for them ten years capacity for work has been doubled it is about fifty four I have been tka citv Mrs Taulbee was destined to occupy a wider field of useuw rjf o Cit ww - - and and am w eoiutri w gut n sPnftTrr i t VWl 4BC nXAW t mi fe fulness The Herald is doing more to x nun i vo tfee ittether of a congressman before she into tne cniCKen uusiues this one develop Eastern Kentuckv and encourg one larger wr locomotive She is a quiet I will send for incubator isthan trouble to ing its upbuildingthan all the forces that no ftnutfeuHb i3y with brain and nerve shoitly The have Teen exerted in that direction te stock half a dozen congress- - run and works Jike a charmC Hatch Long may yon live to herald its glories D Herlficndfshcj enjoyed hex visit gentlemen 42 Robeson street Very bjVciC Â¬ Â¬ - 1arht -- One of the live questions of the day is how shall we save our children from the piths of the destroyer The aim of this article is to aid as far as may bepossible in the solution Or this most difficult prob-Â¬ lem Wkea God says to parents Take this child and nurse it for me and I will pay thee thy wages we believe God meant just what he said that the waces wil Icorrespond to the character of the Irain up a child in tne way nursing he should go and when he is old he will This statement not depart from it must mean just what it says Such a view is in accord with natural law We- reasonably and very naturally look for the reproduction o what we sow The law of reproduction is as universal as the law of gravitation Whatsoever a man soweth that shall he also reap A dif- fercnt result would be most astoundincr We do not gather grapes of thorns or figs of thistles And just what we find to be true in the natural world we find to be true in the moral world Our lives will bereproduced We will live them asecond time in onr children But where shall we begin The work of training and nursing must begin with us as parents There is usually quite enough precept but there must be example and such example as it will be safe to follow This is the thought of Gods Word Speak- Â¬ ing of Abraham God says For I know him that he will command histhildren and hia household after him and they ahall keep the way of the Lord Every one should feel that whilst his influence over other mens hearts and character is very bounded his power over his own heart is great and constant and that his zeal in overcoming evil is to appear chiefly in exteudinc the graces of our holy christian ty through his own soul and Home me We should always re- Â¬ member that there is no way by which we can more effectually overcome the evil influences of sin and satan than by invigorating our own spiritual life Our first concern then is at home Our chief work isinour own hearts Not that we can change our own hearts or live but through Gods help we may follow peace with all tnen and holiness It is simply a waste of time to oven talk of our anxiety for our childrens safety if we neglect our own salvation With- Â¬ out personal consecration we can not even if we would do much for our lOur Children CORRESPONDENCE MORGAN COUNTY A GROSfMAX FRA2K GOUVIO JOHN F bCULEUTER GROSSER GOUViON 00 OF I long wished tf of school nquse When completed i t wrOejmost magijificont structure beipzjjft tpng23- - wide and 28 feet high with twojdarge1 rooms four cloak rooms two stairways Yejanda belfrey anPspire 2S ffeeC lijgh J The building is to be hnrTeicy ffie first day of July liet nRril be capable 6 West liberty March 20 Work has at last begun on lire Jorigineeded and SWAN CO SPRINGS The Water of Life for Afflicted Humanity IBOXST IS XiKG centage oi iron than any other water known hence it is the moat valuable in the cure of disease oed internally or externally i Among the many diseases whielrSesh U heir to and for whick ta weekrful water J WHOLESALE MAXCFACTfEERS holding 35Spejt--WewiibwttW- o ann fy4jWii and untiring sefforts4 oL our townsman Col John P Salyer to induce the people to build a school house We are exceedingly Borry to hear of little Esther Wils5n leaS ingyour town luuv juuici vjrieen uaiusi onu oi its NIMHlitsbjilieTiug our uuuixrfuijjisruuiijauil0secure mswrVreesT VEttclTef and credit of this house s 4uet9 the energy suggest Prof iteupit the--honor iirsciassteaeuerjivVoi4o ejaaiaje t it and conduct arJQA montbs v schqol every year--- 1 Asone4C Shcf cachets we would iitUllUM BRIDLES m nifis c Collars of a mile from the beautlfkl Iowa of Green Tho water contains a lamer per These springs arc located three quarters Bl 74 and 76 Main Street C CINCINNATI E WILLMOT O purs3 gemsEJthernsiasr brigllta as ever aoornea any community v Capt BEl Roberts oithVfirm of Car- Â¬ ter Bros co spent a few days in town this week Stanly little son of N P Womack is very ill with whooping cough but is im- Â¬ jewels i proving W H Manker has rented Burns mill and will take charge of it in a very short time Miss Allicc Daniels of Morehead is the guest of Mrs Dr B F Carter Wm K Cartmell of Mt Sterling is visiting relatives in town Mrs M Nickell ret r sed Thursday from Ezel wholesale and retail We are anxious to sell Our Gottds X and will make our prices riglit Orders filled promptly and careflilly We have a big drive in a Box toe Boot at3i60 ivr r extra good Come and Bee me Cash Dry Goods Store j DISEASES SCROFULA CA Â¬ TARRH RHEUMATISM EUBALGIA NER Â¬ VOUSNESS We append a few of the hundreds of taa tiaonials which have been tendered ar te rthe efficacy of this water in disease Une lady writes I am so thasf I i the Great Giver of all Bleneisca that I tried OBSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA SKI cure are the followmcr a P L KeeeMi-- Sterling Ky F Mrs- - Swango Springs Freelv do I give all th time and money spent there for the health and strength I now enjoy A gentleman of Illinois gays I think th water of Swango Springs did me saore good than all the nostrums I have ever tried I v ill certainly be with vou agaia next sprier Ezferesces JL 1 Smith J G Trimble A large hotel is now being built which will afford ample accommodation to visitors For farther information in regard t board fcc addresr HAURISOX SWANGO Or this office Hazel Green Ky Ky F M M Hinkle Whu Clarke Plum Lick Huikf C E WILLMOT - W H GILUS WITH Making garden is the order of the day Reese Building- - Cricket MT STERLING KY - McCord Aydelotte f Maytownj March IS Irvine Collins worth sold his farm to G T Dennis for 450 Irvine and his family will move to Texas ina few days to seek his fortune G T Dennis will go to the Big branch to cut sassafras sprouts WilKam Davis of Red river spent last Sunday night with R A Childers of this place W T Day our efficient marshal has returned home after four weeks stay at Louisville waiting on the U S court Married On the 18th Samuel Love- Â¬ lace to Mrs Martha- - Gibbs Mav oeace and happiness attend them during the re- mainder of their lives Miss Susan Goodwin was visiting the families of W C Daniel and E J Rog Â¬ ers last week Lick Skillet The competition force pump has no supe- Â¬ rior also chain and suction pumps always in stock atB F Riddells Mt Sterling BREATHITT JUDY WHOLESALE OLDHAM JUDY s Successors to HANLY Mount Sterling DEALERS ix- - KyW HATTERS o613 West Maix Street LOOTSVILLE KY - Hardware Queiensware 5Stses Grates PlowsIcCTtM Sole Agents for the World Renowned B S BOBBBTS WITH v TENNESSEE WAGONS - Carter Brosi OotJ WHOLESALE J ad X COUNTY A large audience -- attended the meeting of the Literary Society Friday The Bubject for the debate next meeting is affirmed that the present law allowing the commissioners of the sinking fund of the state of Kentucky to hire out the convicts to and corporations should Erivate persons Jacefon March 20 The Best and Cheapest Wagon on Wheels Dry Goods and Notions The Trade of Wolfe and adjoining counties is John A Carter 729 731 and 733 James G Carter respectfully solicited L D A Forline MADT STREET Jo C Bethel The Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of J G Carter Jr j LOUISVILLE JOT-J GRACXAX JAS A SHtnTLEWOJCTX Medicinal Boots Herbs and Barks BRAUMAH SHUTTLEWORTH Except Ginseng S Manufacturers and Jobbers of Â¬ F J T BREEN -- 1 br Â¬ Â¬ tus Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - contract for building the Jackson Academy He is an experienced contractor ana builder Mr R A Hurst whose leg was broken in Louisville has arrived safe at home He is yet unable to walk having been brought over the mountains on a cot A great deal of sickness in the country Joe Davis Jackson clemes Mrs Logan Williams are all quite ill all are of South fork of Quicksand A H Hargis who ha been on a tour to Frankfort Cincinnati and Lexington returned Friday The lumber men have their logs ready to run and are anxiously awaiting a tide There is an immense quantity of it and a good tide will make money abundant James Hargis has raised the frame of Â¬ Mr James B Mrcum a young lawyer of Mt Sterling arrived in town Friday accompanied by his wife He expectn to practice law in our midst and is heartily welcomed by his many friends Mr Marion Childers of Jeffersonville Ind is in town proposing to take the Importers I 1 Wholesale Druggists SON 605 W M mmm dl Xaix Street NUNtNELLY LOUISVILLE KY I Main Street Mt Sterling Ky BOB wrru ADAM BAUM Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se- Â¬ lected Stockof DJJWLAB BEOS WHOLESALE SADDLERY CO S n his new house it looks well Will buy Wool S S Muxcius Hags Hide Â¬ Ac Gaitsrill Ginaenj ML Sterling Which he sells Wholesale atud Eetail as Cheap as they can he bought in the State Give him a call and be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go H TRIMBLE ROBT If TRIMBLE is ii i J J W G Barrett B L Dualp and 730 VT Dttlap Manufacturers of Saddles Harne and dealarsiin Saddlery Hardware LOUISVILLE fc 723 3 LIQUORS Main St XY GEORGE DOLL wrru Rosenteif Successors to Itosenherg Nathan Fte -- g Flexaw WHOLESALE VIRGINIA Jr Â¬ Â¬ JT Tazewell County Items for The Herald Cedar Bluff March 15 Oh Uncle Remus I was so glad to see you That hateful Encore still comes He tries to make the impresion that he has seen some things such as heu pecked melons cabbage c but I have seen nicer things than these and could mention them too but will only name one thing I saw call it nice if you wish It was this young jarson with a pair of pants on that would lold two such boys as he is this same f el- ow wears once in a while a pair of dude Encore is crazy when he thinkB pants 1 am going to hght a rjattlc with him alone why I am nothing but a little girl Dear old Unclp Remus has come to my He shall reap his reward assistance Misses Albert and Xannie Duff of Bel- Â¬ fast Russell county were the guests of Misses Maggie Scott and Cora Claypooi yesterday and day before Misses Mary Belle and Millettie Young of Sinking creek were the guesta of their sister Mrs E B Scott last Saturday BOOTS AHD SHOES 712 TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS IN axd 714 South Side Mjlcc Set 7th 3th LOULSVILLE Ka1 Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Davis Malipry Co Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock and DEY GOODS NOTIONS do the largest business of any And Fancy Goods house in Mt Sterling WITH J H SMOCK Wholesale Dealera In ESTABLISHED IN 1845 715 and 717 West Alain Street Between 7th asd Sih X0TJ18YTLL2 Tfy The Leading Insurance Agency 31000000 00 1861 London and Lancashire Royal of Liverpool Liverpool and London of Liverpool and Globe of England 36S75000 00 1810 Hartford of Hartford S49 Springfield ol Springfield Mercan- Â¬ 1809 North British 33301000 00 18G3 Firemcns Fund of Cali- Â¬ Enirland tile of 1794 Ins Co of North America fornia 1885 1836 ACOB HARKIS - Â¬ - and Sunday Mm Amyx will please accept my sincere congratulations on the nice poetry she has written Most assuredly she deserves great credit Rev J Worth Browning is holding a protracted meeting at Miles Chapel now We are expecting a nice time at our quarterly meeting the 3d and 4th of April Â¬ OF MT STEELING KY Total Assets of Agency SI43848780 80 9260000 2535633 CO CO LevvlSTewburger WHOLESALE GL0THIM6 Co 4541 40 00 MANUfAGTUSS V 1473025 00 971605 33 1S63 Northwestern National of Philadelphia 1154889 CO 1710 Sun Fire Officeof London 5853000 00 1750 Niagara of New York 1874035 00 724 and 726 Mala Street 5383916 46 1865 Boatmans Pittsburg 1782 Pheuix of London Between 7h aad 8t - 411499 00 r Garket Insurance in order to be reliable must be guaranteed by successful and well kaowa Drain pipe of all nhcn and shspct can be found at B F RiDDElxs Main street Ml corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental companies being dear at any price LOUISVILLE KY The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as they Sterling would a banker or a person who is to hold their funds in trust Look to quality as the Ezel correspondent Sentinel Democrat paramount consideration of insurance Respectfully A HOFFMAN inre tas a - w Â¬ Took inthe beautiful town of Hazel Green last Wednesday it being the regu- Â¬ lar sale day of live stock The genial auctioneer John Pieratt was at his post and just boiled over all day With his persuasive argument he sold a large num Â¬ ber of cattle at fair prices While there we visited Prof N B Have school of 85 pupils We pronounce the school a decided success The professor is a brainy man indeed Mrs S B Hayes has about 20 students in the musical depart Office At Traders and Deposit Bank C B SWANCO DBALEK IX HATS CAPS 6I0VBSL Co W S Dickinson The Old Reliable GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY KEEPS COXSTAXTLY OX HAXD A FULL ASSOSTEBXT r J 7 VJA -- -- -- - arRr4 ii Â¬ mentand they are learning rapidly under their queenly leader This high school is an honor to Eastern Kentucky and I hope the day is drawing near when every town and village In the mountains shall have such schools -- Or all their old customers and auHitsk cou- tiaaance of their trade We always keep a good stoet Uel t with Jia Fastready hi good loks swill tsli to wait sjrea ye ibas he Tl here express their thanks flrtvf m Ti HAT HOUSE OfnfMnTtot VAftU l for ml iajrors to ai Mr lullisPuckett arrived a few days In feet everything usually kept jn a first clasfi country store and at BOTTOM PRICES since with a choice lot of chincapiu ht is furiibrtmig hie friends Also will take in ejehaoge for Goods or in pavmeut of uiv deb dua in all kid of ft L White trees which jxj ureec votv cheap f f vrr dcMTfj inuntry Ttoilure and 7iv A 1Jqkr Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ ies Stoves and Farming Implements ED i B GEEK WI LM WHITE GKEE5 A HUFFAKEf Wholesale Dealer w and Shoes Boots UiSKMtJiwH 1 iorjpvnxt x If Am v f Geeen Heealr HEAH fonng- ME ZEKEIL doaa be too prebeus maiCML OOOfMt FrojKieter HAZEL GKEEK - - KEKTDCET CAVE 1b A WONDERFut The Great Xataral 1 CMty Cavera Texas Kiaiiey comparatively unknown cave Itsen irtraoe is a rent in the solid limestone rock tkt underlies this section 20x4 feet and k situated near the summit of mw of ny similar hills perhaps 200 foet akove the surrounding ralley Tke rsain ihaft of this cave begins with a sharp descent of several hundred feet and extends in nearly a direct line at varyisg levels for fully half a mile AppardBtly in the tumultuous upheavÂ¬ als which lifted these hills from the arroding level a great opening Tras left and from its roof immense qititiee of rock fell into the center of the cave A solid irregularly arched to2 has been left from 100 to 200 feet from the original floor The mass of rock upon the floor is from 20 to 40 feet deep and makes progress diltcult A few hundred feet from the entrance begins the largest chamber or amphitheater This magnificent space is more than 00 feet in width gradually at narrowiag either ux end upliolding its center the grandly arched roof is one of the grandest columns of stalactic formation ever seen From floor to ceil inglt must be fully 175 feet Just above the fallen rocks it is 250 feet in circum- Â¬ ference And at the upper end perhaps 150 feet There are several of these columns of varying size supporting the root One fallen column broken in three pieces of six to ten feet each and nine feet in cir cuMtferecce shows their solid structure xnitaigfct serve as models for the broken jalhws of the Acropolis From the side of this largest gallery and at right an Â¬ gles reachiHg a passage from ten to twenty feet in height ana varying width for a quarter of a- mile This passage is upon a level with the original floor of the seals W taad its ceiling has not fallen but now incrusted and be jeweled by innumerable and wonderful stalactic formations Near the farther end of this gallery is a spring of de Â¬ licious jwire water oozing from the rocks and king its way in the same mysmanner terious into the rocky heart of mother earth This side chamber is called Sprinjr Arbor specimens i exquisite and jnany of stalactites have been carried from it Returning to the Cathedral as the gallery of the column is called we proceeded to explore the main shaft A beautiful cascade perhaps twenty fcot imftl in wmi vigo uji uecu iuiiucam tiiia nlt4o uU iuwuuau oj 0 execution as Jack Frost himself with a j If ew England waterfUL All the sides and ceiling are incrusted by the most delicate and intricated wormanship in stone Here the work of the little coral I is emulated there the delicate tracery is so fine and translucent that it is difficult notto ascribe it to frost in its most delicate and varied mood One expansion of the passage is filled with a score or more of stalagmites from two tdten or twelve feet in height grouped as so many monuments of the dead The sides and ceiling are of ex-Â¬ quisite workmanship a fit setting to the solemn and beautiful scene within which irresistably leads one to speak in Jow tones ana tread softly as if oni sacred ground Upon the wall near is suspended some drapery in 6tone that would be the ad-Â¬ miration and despair of a sculptor Double and triple folds of stalactite a quarter of an inch in thickness and a yard wide hang thirty feet with no support except from above Beyond this is perhaps the most exr quisiceiy ueautirui grono oi ine many which seem incomparable Ceiling walls and even floor are covered with a fretwork of dazzling brightness which reminds one of the finest work of the silversmith or again the window work of the frost Here and ihere ceiling and floor are united by columns as clear and transparent as crystal and natures magic hidden from the glare of day ana the noise and distractions of man lias wrought her most intricate and beautiful workmanship A candle placed as far within one of these groups as the arm could reach illuminated a wonderful fairy bower shining through all the Tich tracery of tone Languagecan hardjy paint to imagination the Deautortne scene and one would Jove to sit for hpurfj- - and trace delicate outlines and exquisite details Oalveston - aorthwest of Brackett m Baaer County is a wonderful but Thirty i In a comin to de foah It nebber pays to lose de race Erkao yo feet git soah Jis trabbel slow an suab An keep de straight wide track Ef yo hurry up an lose de way Yoll shuah hab to turn back Yo nebber Been a saw log Dat growed in a single day Firs comes de seed an grass sah Bcf o yo make do hay De sprout it makes de saplin An data what makes de tree De brook It makes de ribber An de ribber makes de sea Ef yo wanter clim a flag polo o cant pin at tao top Yo must hab de flour an grease sah Uefo yo kin make do sop V saa De dog oat chaws de bam bono All lru de summer day At las will git dar Zekell An de marrer 11 be bis pay Ef yo hoi yo bead so high sah Dat yo doan kin see yo feet Yos boun to raash yo shins sah On ebcrry stone yo meet Doan think a man a fool boy Erkase his face looks so Yo nebber kin look at a flea An tell which way hell go foot when driven in so that when the pole Interesting Researches is properly in the top may be broken off leaving the top under water about a loot Investigations show that the limit of as 6tated They should be driven at am temperature at which men can work angle of about twenty five degrees leaning depends upon the length of their expos-Â¬ inward at proper distances apart ure the amount of exertion they put forth their condition and the nature of the atmosphere particularly as to its degree of moisture It is slated that men have been employed on railways at 104 degrees in mines under very Javorable conditions at 125 degrees and are said to work occasionally in FIO IT SOILS OLHP IXJWE8T TYPE the stoke holes of tropical steamers at Carp may be sent for at any time but 150 degrees Prof Dubois is reported to have estimated that a temperature of spring and fall are the best To get a supply first address any of your 122 degrees can be endured when the State Fish Commissioners next tho Con- air is dry as possible but that even 104 gressman from your district and if these degrees is likely to be fatal in an atmos- Â¬ fail write to Spencer F Baird United phere saturated with moisture It is States Fish Commissioner Washington also considered certain that men can D C to not become To prepare carp for a market they should considerableaccustomed stand for any time a higher temperature be placed in a box and fed a sufficient time to fatten and to remove tho taste of mud than from 145 degrees to 165 degrees or vegetable matterfrom the flesh Toledo even when they keep perfectly still and are in quite pure air Chicago Times Blade 1 1 Purify Your Blood Hoods Saraapwilla purifies emicbes and vitalizes the blood stimulates the digestion end gives strength to tho whole body effecting remarkable cares of scrofula salt rheum all humors dyspepsia biliousness headache kidney and llrer complaints catarrh rheumatism and that tired feeling caused by I used Hoods Sarsaparilia last spring and cas tru Â¬ change of climate season or life ly sy It helped me Tery much To those suffering I was troubled with salt rheum three years I with bilious complaints nervous prostration or rheuÂ¬ took Hoods Sarsaparilla and am entirely cured and matism earnestly recomaeadlt my weight has Increased from 103 pounds to 535 Mix E- - GLSFJurrxa Saiasazoc Mich Mes Alios SiUrn Stamford Coa wmmmmm US O DlSXlSlrf Tfcw I haTB Uken by advice a bottle of Hoods Sar-sapartua and It did me good My blood was attested order and I felt like an old man Hoods Saraapiftlla makes me feel younz and actlTe as a boy of twelve Jcxrcs Kjutzzs Fort Wayne Ind A1WATS CCBASW T0 - HEXICUr MUSTANGWjraai Xkeumttiam Â¬ tat years I suffered from Indigestion being YCry restless iu the night and in the morning I roald get up with a rery tired feeling After takinj only part cf a bottle of Hoods Sarsaparilia I slept well acd felt refreshed on waking floods Sarsaparilia has done me more rood than anythiuc else Mns H D WiXASi Jackson Mich Hoods Sarsaparflja has cured me of blood poison W H Bxx Steubesi Lie O Hoods Sarsaparilia pTxrifies When In the spring IfeltTulfBado srixad much debilitated I found Hoods Sifsiparillil Just thd medi Â¬ cine to build me up M y wife also after mBCfc physical prostration found In its use new life and lasting betia fit Upon ctfr little girl nba bad been slckwitb scarlet fever Its effect was marvelous entirely removag the poison from her blood and restoring her to good health Hoods Sarsaparilia deserves our hsneii praise E G Stsattox Swampscctt Mass the Blood fitlBrsaadSbe Cula 44 Sraiaes Screw Ifmrmt Gram Mat Mmmt AM SbtbJbs Si Stfeaet w CaatractedMmAClM XdUMMM iStrtwtor Sfi Joists 5rM m GsJI SyiB Crucr Tt Hoods Sarsaparilia Bold by all C X HOOD ICraBtiasi 22kthi ISerw TttCi srai IjmsJm T 4ndalierterBaldisaeaa4tryjrt9relMift For general use la fjuslly sUMe awl atoals rwCJt Frost Sites ifittfiw An de mule dat kicks de hardes Am de sleepies in do team It aln de cow with the bigges bag Dat gibs de riches cream Yo better member dls right hard Jes mark It on de slate aln de ItDat aliusscrubby lookln hoss gits dar late afeered It am de man dat aln an To work with han foot Dat gits a tail holt on success Like a bull pup to a root --Mart Wood in San Francisco Maverick THE FARMERS FISH Where He Came From The Different Kind Carp Ponds How to Make The in How te Get the Fish Since the United States Pish Commission with that able gentleman Spencer F Baird first sent out carp to be distributed by the to different State Fish Commissioners propagate the fish in ponds and elsewhere there has been a growing demand until at present the industry is of large proportions About thirty thousand people in this coun- Â¬ try are now known to be engaged in the business The carp is a native of a section of the central countries of Europe and corre- Â¬ sponding latitudes in Asia but on account of its value as an article of food has long been naturalized in many countries in Â¬ S no i paeii which scaxx cjlbp No fish indeed except its congener the gold fish has been so much transported by man from one place to another and this has been the more easily and successfully accomplished it is not indigenous as the carp can subsist longer than most t V -- tvtj 8pawna in May and is out of condition until July its Jocundity is greater in warm than in cold climates They are very prolific more than seven hundred thousand eggs having been found in the ovaries of a single carp of moderate size Larp preler quiet waters with solt or muddy bottoms Their food consists of aquatic plants worms etc It becomes quite tame and can be fattened on lettuce and similar pet vegetables as well as corn mush boiled potatoes and other articles used on the table The carp is eaidto live to a great age even to one hundred and fifty or two hun- Â¬ dred years The carp deposits its spawn on weeds There should be care taken in the culture of carp Like beginning any other business it should bo done intelligently The pond should not be left in a crude condition but should have all the necessary adjuncts to successful culture It is said that much the larger quantity of carp now sold in America are known as the scale carp being entirely or nearly o O o covered with scales These come from the OOOO OflOOO OOO stock first imported from Germany The o o o second lot of carp obtained by the Govern mentrwere of the parti scale type called by blue the Germans leather mirror back but all of the same variety the larger portion of the body being scaleless wards their number may be increased and each succeeding year the scales grow- - and their position altered Jfc will also be good practice to open a book cover part of the page rapidly look at the lines left uncovered and to guess at tJteir num- Â¬ ber It is astonishing how soon the eyo gets accustomed to the numbers The more advanced unconscious counter should practice on spots not regularly arranged GAME Some Curious Speculations as to Un- conscious Counting There is an ingenious article on uncon- Â¬ scious counting in the January number of the Gartenlaube ia which the writer Herr W Preyer points out that the ability pos Â¬ sessed by every grown up person of ordi- Â¬ nary intelligence to distinguish three four or even five objects at a glance and without being conscious of counting them may by practice be perfected to such a degree that it becomes quite as easy to count ten ob-Â¬ jects as it is to count three and that it is possible to give the exact number up to thirty objects at a single glance As an exÂ¬ ample of the latter attainment the writer points to tho well known arithmetician Dase who died in 1SG1 and who declnred that he could count thirty objects of the same kind aa quickly and easily as other people could count three or four The truth of the assertion waB often proved when Dase with lightning rapidity gave the correct number of a herd of sheep of the books in a library or the window panes in a large house The number of Dases is probabl3 such that were all the Dases of the world put together even an untrained arithmetician would without difficulty give their correct number unhesitat- Â¬ ingly but there is no doubt that practice would do much even for those people who are naturally gifted with arithmetical powers And prac- Â¬ tice after all is nothing but patient at- Â¬ tentive repetition in which the dullest may join with the brightest Apart however from the utility of this new branch of science the method of teachingitis such that if it is only practiced as a game it may af ford amusement in many a juvenile and family circle The test of how far one can count at a glance is easily made bj putting several small objects such as coins pins Or matches under a sheet of paper then liftÂ¬ ing the paper for a second and looking at the objects ard after covering them again give an estimate as to their number At first it will be found difficult to fix the num- Â¬ ber if there are more than three to five ob-Â¬ jects but the eye becomes very soon ac- Â¬ customed to distinguish between larger numbers so that after a short time eight or nine objects will be counted by the eyo with the same facility Care should however be taken that the counting is not done con- Â¬ sciously for that would take far too much time the number of objects should only bo valued The mistakes which are at first frequently made in this guessing game will become rarer and rarer and almost any body can become an expert in rap- Â¬ id counting up to ten objects After that it becomes more difficult The sensation says Herr Preyer of a person practiced in unconscious counting when looking attentively at larger numbers of objects is that their number shoots rapid- Â¬ ly through the head To acquire this method of counting black spots should be made on white square pieces of cardboard first symmetrically and in small numbers After- as for instance the following A NEW GUESSING Â¬ A photograph of the American breech loading rille gun which has suc- Â¬ cessfully passed the ordeal at Sandy Hook represents it as looking like an druggists lslxfor5 Prepared by CO Apothecaries Lowell Mass 100 Doses One Dollar OWTOUE t Sold by all druggists II six for 5 Prepared by C I HOOD S CO Apothecaries Lowell Mat THE BEST OJ AXI 100 Doses One Dollar 9 immense champagne bottle It makes a louder pop however says the Bos- Â¬ UKtAM BALM ton Transcript Vas with 265 pounds of Place a particle of the powder it sends a projectile weighing Balm into each nostril 800 pounds whizzing at the rate of 1840 and draw strong reaths through the feet per second be abr Catarrh RsrrsB ADWAY Tho GREAT LIVER ft m LINIMENTS note Bowels Kidneys Bladder Nervous Diseases Loss of of Flesh and Strength Ai petltc Headache Costiveness Indigestion Bilious Â¬ slight with poor appetite and perhaps ness Texcr inflammation of the Bowels Piles and cough in morning or on first lying down at all derangements of the internal viscera PurelyÂ¬ vegetable containing no mercury minerals or delenight should bo looked to in time Persons terious drugs afflicted with consumption are proverbially cents per dot tsoia Dy an aroggisu Price unconscious of their real state Most cases commence with disordered liver leading to NOT LIQUID or SNUFF a bad digestion and imperfect assimilation of DR ItADTVATS FILLS are a cure i of this complaint They restore strength to the stomach and foohenco tho emaciation or wasting of A few applications re enable itto perform its functions The symptomsof the flesh It is a form of scrofulous disease lieve 1 thorough treat HAY liability of and is curable by tho use of that greatest of ment iclll cure byAgreeable to use Send for circular Dyspepsia disappear and with them the medicine the system to contract diseases Take the mall or at drugglts Price 50 cents according to directions and observe whiwe say la an Diuou cieansiriK anu uuious mm luvig ELI BR0THHJS Druggists OwcgoKT False and True respecting diet nrntinir nnmnnniwii IrnnTi n nj Dr Pierces tar Send a letter stamp toliK RABWAT Si Golden Medical Discovery CO No U3 Warrea 8 tree t Sew York for Falc and True get BADWATS V Be ure to o inas- Â¬ BitLiAnDS resemble matrimony much as kisses and scratches are common to both I aur now 49 years old and have suffered for the last flf tcenyears with a lung trouble I have spent thou Yoanjr Men Head This sands of dollars to arrest the march of this disease but temporary relief was all that I obtained I was Toe Voltaic Belt Co of Marshall Mich unfit for any manual labor for several years At rlcnd f er to send their colebrated Electro-Voltai- c Belt and other Electuic Appliances strongly recommended the use of Swifts Specific S on trial for 30 days to men young or old S S claiming that ho himself had been greatly afflicted with nervous debility lpss of vital- Â¬ benefited by Us use in some lung troubles I resolved up the broken down purifies the The results arc ity and all kindred troubles Also forrhou totryit my strength has remarkableand Mycoughhas Builds restoring health and constitution by druggists blood vigor Sold returned matismneuralg5aparalysisand many oth- Â¬ left me more than 1 ever did In my life I weigh sixty SI a bottle pounds It has been years since stopped use of er diseases Complete restoration to health three liayc hnd no Ireturn the diseape tho medicine and there are I of the RADWAYS READY RELIEF vigorand manhood guaranteed No risk in- Â¬ butpains or weakness fell in my lungs I do the hard no curred as SO days trial is allowed Write est kind of wcrk TJHolt For the relief nnd cure of all Pains Congestloasxsd Moatgoxnery Ala June 25 1SS5 thematoncofor illustrated pamphlet free Inflammations Swifts Specific is entirely vegetable Treatise oa DR RADVYAY CO 32 Warren Street N Y Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free A peculiaiutt of stage banquets is the The Swift Specific Co Drawers Atlanta Ga or 157 W 23d Street NY great variety of supes JME VST- ATVE Xoss sorbed and begin its work of cleansing and healing the diseased membrane It allays inflammation and prevents fresh Colds In the Head It will Â¬ For the cure of all disorders of the Stomach Llverj and Stomach Remedy DROPSY SfMcJallst for Eleven Years J Â¬ DYSPEPSIA - FEVER mm Lungs DR RADWAYS Sarsanariiiian Resolvent Eavo treated Dropsy and its ccmpllcatlosawithtlj Â¬ re seale en mostwonderfulsuccesauseTegfrtbl tirely harmless Remove U sjpatKoaaa at dropsy la eight to twenty daya Cure patients proaeaaced Bopes ay t Twt o From the first dose tne symptoms rasidly AUmfftar and la ten days at least two txga of aa sjiapt Some may cry humbnr wtthomt kaowla anrthhw VmMt Rpmrmher ltdnHOtCOCTOMrtOi3SU realize the merits of oar trgaafteat foryofrself th ten days the difficulty of breatWag l relieve the urinary crzaaa bim KdtieaarM puHeregui n or sleep U restored tn rfullt i Meetlu near lvsron the stresgt n ascreaaea cnvwl lVanrnntnM7eHnBcaMa Oi rBOL iwbh Fnir oMi that hire beea taeeet ssmer time and the patient declared uaable to live a eI5 ilI ine aexbow-- 1obt J full history cf cas how badly swollen and where arebowels cortivc v 2CB im a w KloBSete free br man - Pat - rllg I jv f If you order trial 33 postage it - Â¬ va r IGURI FITStm tarJ BMltlrelr ured send ceatsia u ni w rr--- m 0wt9 a S eaes JLtohc AtlaaW a tta How toijavo Money and wo migbt also say time and nain as well in our advice to good housekeepers HENDERSONS Wayne Du Pago Co PLJiMJbi Illinois ft SWtitogferatlalaBlIwIHcaraj2a ff i i J T SICKXSdS Ufa long wots eatsa remedy w enra aew railed Is no reaaea fer acts tt reeatTtB flutu erica lor unun cr aLlTSQ tOn I uTrnra 1 uo not ll HVBa than T feHfc atmA aii9 ff ThaA iaif t Hara LaV4 9 I asena in ta Waaa rTr- ti JZZmiTKtin VSTriJaSSia V Brxusnsx warns Z9 fc and 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should try no U PAKII bCALE CARP o d mm ing less The parti colored carp are the kind sought afterby people who under- 8tandcarpculture Figures 1 and 2 are the pkrti colored American food carp These are the best obtainable kinds Fig- Â¬ ure 3 is the fecalcless kind and of the finest but not as yet generally introduced No 4 is the scale carp andisof the ldwest type Tex Ncuvs Carp may befcraisedin any sized pond that will have water three to five feet deep The AON THE SKIP bottom should be of mud so as to pro-Â¬ A Hero Who Braved Ulghtt 3f en Ruhi duce a good growth of aquatic vegetation on which the carp may subsist The sides Away From a Little Boy of the pond should not be built up with 1 want to lje locked upM announced Vood or stone masonry if it can be a young manwlior enteredthe Gratiot avoided In Tegions where the ponds freeze over in avenue station with a jump yesterday - the winter a hilernating ground should be 4Tor what1 asked the Captain made This should be the deepest place in WcB I was up Jiere a piece looking the pond and should be from six to eight at a dying horseand agreat big slather feet deep with a good bed of soft mud at of a chap spifesfoiOTyBoots Tknocks the bottom When cold weather sets in the him down nnd pounds him until he will carp will make their way into this ground and remain until ppring No other fish probably die bhould be placed in the pond nor should Then its a serious case in I should say so When I let up on water fowLbe given freedom Co it A sluice should be put in each pond regulate the Ibis feller three butchers came along and depth of the water and to draw the water one of era said X was the man who stole otf The discharge should be from the a quarter of beef I sailed in on him bottom yire cloth may be placed at the The whole three sailed in on me I bottom of the sluice to prevent the carp es- Â¬ licked the trio in just four minutes and caping Some carp culturists divide their ponds into three sections with a deep place one of em will be a cripple for life ob near the outlet of each The case grows more serums Carp may he prevented from escaping uerved the captain You bet it does I was going about from a mill dam by placing wire netting my business when four men from a xlongbewhere the water overflows This may removed of severe brewery came in on me I warned em void weather so on the adventbe carried that it will not J yfi but they wouldnt go artd Ihad to away by the ice in the spring It can be wallop thexsrowd tJnoi em was dy Â¬ replaced before the carp leave their hibern- Â¬ ing when I left and I v unt to b3 locked ating places -Â¬ OvllSS1 - which is much more difficult at first Herr Prayer concludes hi interestingarticlewith thes remark that unconscious counting like nil other oft repeatxl processes such as lifting the hat as a token of salutation be- Â¬ comes at last an entirely mehanical process to which we have only to add that if it does not become easier than the common fbrnVoi salutation appears to be to a large part oi male hat wearers its success as abranch of Tcnowledge will not be striking but as an amusement it is sure to find favor Pall VI i I Mall Gazette -- Talk and Work oftenhappens that the men who scorn It to work do a Yast deal of theorizing Their 8urpluaenergy finding mo vent through the muscles of hand and arm contents it self iriammating the tongue A farmer was Jioeing industriously on his patch of land when a town loafer ap- proacnea ine ience 4 t J j ims medicine combines Iron with poro vegrtable and is invaluable for Diseases peculiar to Women and all trho lead sedentary lives 1 1 En- Â¬ riches and Parities the Blood stimulates the Appetite strengthen the iIIuhcIcs and Nerves In fact thoroughly Invigorates Clears the complexion and makes the skin smooth It docs net blacken the teeth causo headache or produce constipation all other iron mrdieintt do Mrs Maht Iv Collins SteubenrilleOhio ajs VI usAi Brown Iron Hitters for Female Weakness with grost benefit after having been treated by two pbyalcians without relief I cow am in better health than J have been in years 1 Mbb Wa IL Woods Lehigbton Pa says used Browns Iron Bitters for lobs of strength from nursing a strong healthy baby I could not do my work without this valuable tonic and cordially reÂ¬ commend it toKJcs -- nil i eESTTOHit p- THE ftns P nT5 V C7iimim I rn writes VThen w of UIIMII4IIU J tt I Had useu Dr fierce a ravonto Irescrlpuon one week I could walk alt over the door jard could get into Grititude and I my neighbors aI wasron and ride two miles to see had not been able to walk out in tho door yard for six months After usinir Prescription two weeks I rode in a wagon ten the Iavoritc miles my neighbors were all surprised to see me up and going about and helping to do my housework after doctoring thirteen told my husband that I would could get with tho last ono of the best physicians avonever be ablo and to do ray housework any more I am thankful to my God that I wrote to you for I had suffered from Female Weakness until I had almost given up in despair Mrs P E Wilcox FWnds7ifp X TU writes five or Terrible 3 For femalo slat years I iiad been badly troubled with weakness and terrible pains across my uacic ana stomacn Paih HTno Btnan or of Dr Pierces pit or tne Prescrip- Favorite jThreo bottles tion acted like a charm and cured mo com pletely to my grtat joy W WOMSNS Marvelous has been accomplished In hercee by the use of your proprietary medicines when she begaa rr i5lrf thorn in Jannarv last afae could not en dure tho least jar could walk but a very few steps at a time aatl could stay up only about thirty minutes at a time Now afce set only sits up almost the entire day but can waEc aroud call o her neighbors two and three bioclaaway and ot eel any injurious effects at all When we consider that she ted Jcept Deu tne greater pare or ine um ior iow teen months and would lose repaateaHy the Bed fast advance sho bad made bcr progress aw eeci marvelous We had almost lost cefldeae Fgr Homths in medical practitioners and adTerteied reiae dies but have- - found ia your 4 Dr Pieree Favorite Prescrintlon end Pellets tin properties needed and which we believe will brintr about a I wish in this letter to express ntyirratitwie rcc Mrs Davis and myself for the great good which Iter Sidney C Davis Gletu JftcMym n iHatr Benefits complete and final recovery m - TREATING THE WRONG DISEASE Many times women call upon their family physicians one with dyspepsia another with palpitation another with badcacke er nervousness another with pain here and there and in this way they all present alike to themselves and their easy going and- indhTerest doctor separate ana aisunctaiseases lorwmen heprcscriDes ms puis ana potions assumipg tnem to oe sucn wnen ia reality iney aim all symptoms caused by eorae uterine disorder while tho physician is ignorant or the cause of suffering he encourages nis practice tt until large bills arc lllliu when the suffering patient is 1JV LrLVg butprobably worse for t UU delay treatment and other complicatioas made A proper medicine directed to the cause would perhaps have entirely removed the disease thereby Institutiftg eosifoTt iasteaa or proiongea misery c Mrs JB T Morgax of HevcaMle Zinecfn Oau Do Mainc mjxz Five years ago I was a dreactfal Female Weakness Cured Mrs Sarah Haylnj ex Â¬ sufferer from uterine troubles Doctors A LovEzv Greenfield Adair Co Ioica writes hausted the skill of three physicians I was coat- Having been ill IL V Pinncn M D Dear Sir Likewise ptetely discouraged and eo weak I coaM wrth a number of years and having tried in vain almost Fail difficulty cross the room alone I Ieoea rnVinr every advertised remedy as well as having paid nearly a hundred dolkirs to our local physicians Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and asine the local treat- without benefit I was finally induced to consult you xou ad Â¬ ment recommended ia his Common Sease MecHeal Adviser vised me to send for your medicines I accordingly sent for your I commenced to improve at once In three months I was jw- fectlu aired and have had no trouble since I wrote a letter ta Medical Adviser six bottles of your Golden Medical Discovery my family paper briefly mentioning how my health had been six of your Favorite Prescription and six vials of your Pleasant Purgative Pellets When I flrst began using these I could not restored and altering to send the full particulars to any oae writÂ¬ ing me for them and inclosing t stamped envelope for rtptg I Etand on my feet Tn ninety days I could walk a mile and do have received over four hundred letters In reply I have deÂ¬ light housework whilst in six months I was completely cured and my health bas remained perfect ever since I recommend scribed ray case and the treatment used and save earaestry you and your medicines wherever T go and loan your Ad- Â¬ advised them to do likewise From a great xsaar I bava reÂ¬ viser to my friends Two of our most prominent physicians ceived second letters of thanks statins that they had who bave read your great work The Peoples Common Sense the use of Favorite Prescription bad sent the 1 J required loa the Medical Adviser and bad applied the lecal treatment so faU7 Medical Adviser pronounce it the best family doctor book they and plainly laid down tbereia and were mack better already have ever seen - Genuine has abore Tredo Mark and crossodred lines on wrapper Take no other Madaonlyby 11UOWX CHEMICAL CO It AliTJMOKE MD THE SEVEN STAGES OF MAN lAiLun o tntnuKU ttiMtui ot think of the outlook What outlooW lir tn TiticiTirxzci rkiiflrkrlr - AkkKtuuiKtAraumbAUt uum ect and Mullein Didnt know there was one1 We were all talking about the store and they sent mo up to seoiwhut you would say Oh yea I see Well you toll ein if they will stop talkin and go to hoein that the country will prosper without any outlook it dpwnyot IHO Dye hear youths Companion np to await results I dont think I can accommodate you1 said the captain But I demand it Cant help that It seems that you acted in self defense and cant lock you up The man took a survey of the street from several windows and then slipped out but he had not gone thirty feetbe fore a boy about thirteen years old rushed out of a doorway and jelled ISbw old feHe Til run you into the river but what Til give yon a thump Â¬ I FIG III SCALELESS CAKP a Merely with a Gnaw Dude at hotel table Waitah this ah this beefsteak is so tough you knaw that I cawnt weally I cawnt bite it Waiter That gentleman who just left tho table not only ate the beefsteak but also tho bone that was in it Dude 5aw Waiter Yes you caneat bone thatrrray corae0i I Dude How Waiter imitatin fc duoe Gnaw vurp must have air in the winter when man Independent the pond is covered with ice to keep them ing from buffocating A very simple device iTrhere the 9Iinc Was The young man who wanted to be will obviate suffering to the carp Take a Indignant Stockholder ltis an outragelocked up took the middle of the 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