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fTMch Goimst Itirfnrontty Kef neat tW1kliabie Tim I- - TrA and Fir ar a Ttd t Csr ritcmMEKW never neara ner laugh before Did ever tHtreys a mortal before rejoice at being attacked r Tvreea de bm dat jtoss erloag Tfeoot pradla ob fcte Tirraes by aloathsome and fatal disease Could 7 Aa s slagiR his own soagthe child understand what was before he As if in answer to my thought An dg ehaap datmaVes Xoilcs weary w By Howla iris bazoo 4 the said Seat deOHStroa great big I I suppose the letifosV will kill tAg 1 rade little Wtobyo ibutterfiieaP J a3iirdoes tl others andn1ake nie lig--l- y k Te Ars kin lara a leftsoa aiid dfeaaful like podr papa But Yes madame she answered iridif 2b de roasfe as tumble school D odder aebber kia ketch on ferently but they are not as pretty a3 hen you see I shall be with them J Sricase he am a fooL the big yellow sdntlowers in mammas garden- at home and the red trumpet that O iriadariie I din so happy Km folks dey Jcnow dat he am like a masaer inu 00 Drer xlowa I left her smilingand ftill of joy at the Jlossoras in the swampAhdthcyJiaYe Ah dat if he rar siKusered thought of home A ivr Weeks after jjo Spanish beard herer- TilndMn Derraulda be aaefe lef zumuiass iaoit it ytiso preuy 10 pun wardFather Raymond ld me of the Jesimember dl delt calllun it from the trees aud make softrbeds to return to Lepers tandi The poor To be Jtet what yo am oystera aebber tryln to play on Jacques and Elena and met niothef fell back unconscious when she de Make folks thlak hes a clam we used to build real houses with it and sawher child When she recovered Maries arms were around herf Maries dance la rohde in theuS kisses on her lijist And they dance in Lepers Land BACK TO LEPERS TANIX whispered to the priest He no3dedsU uT ndU too my darling she cried thou too Oh couldst thou not be lently Tfc child who Was not shv went on taXkhig gravely arid as it spared the curse A 35wliter OTrjoyed at Being seemed more to herself than to us I ain glad mammal Marie cried Ssnt Home lBut Elena ean dance no more Vu uIara glad for it gives me back to knowrmoh Pere Her feeVaresyolln thee VI left them thus said Father Ray-Â¬ so bigji Ah out Tfiere is a dreary desolate region on I want holding her her hands mond In time I suppose the mothers to see and mamma and Bvou L nafr Terjir fromiJfQw papa You know Fere Raymond anguish will soften and she will see Orleans which is shunned and dreaded mamma said may be you1 Wduldhave to that ifc Is best for the little one to die Voting I shall be with them for what s take me back ii by all men to lam I ariticipated has priest bent his head sadlv It is not that the gray Spanish moss The one case yes petite Tiut it will be needed at Bayou Irdome andpass rest of the Li whose lngnbrious festoons cover the because the object of the separation has my life will be spent among the poor trees and haag their funereal banners to failed YoUmustborgood and patient outcasts This is my last visit to you tfee earth sesa to whisper to the slug-- as your mamma told you parted with tile good priest with a Bid madame heavy heart Three years ago he was gish air good bye Marie and let us go Malaria malaria m f Itignot because of the festering la After that meeting I made It a point brought to the CharityXiospital stricken with leprosy and died in a short tirne the godns with their green scam broken tosee as child as often as I could She I saw astatenlerit of the case published day scholar svent not now andthen by the flat waring head far froma my boardingto a conventWith ihthe records of the hospital my first housej and of awatet moccasin nor yet for the Father Raymonds permission often intimation of the death of the good ugly swamp stretching backT with its stopped to see nie The child interested man 5 Of Marie I have heard nothing fantastic lines like monstrous serpents me Hot only for hei beautvbut a lov- Â¬ Those who go into that mysterious In looking at Land are isolated from the rest of the twisting around the trees and a green ing sweet disposition her I always scehied to see liKe a vast world and their terrible life drama is ghastly light filtering through the formless over her wrought out without spectators God densely woven branches orerheadand head theshadow hovering of leprosy knows how it went with the beautiful terrible specter playing on thebrown water of theswanip readv to Clutch the sunny hair and child but I hope death soon came to herM B Williams in Ymiths1 Com pools like a witches dance of light and lovely face panioni shadow Instead of becoming niore reconciled K o nature had done lief tiart to make to the separation from her home she ITALIAN PAPERS that portion of Bavou L hideous began to pine withhomesickness Once Â¬ but a heavier curse rests upjjn it is a eek heinotherwrotestoherl cheerState of La ierrc des Leprcux- Lepers Land ful even gay letterswhichshe4 brought The Undeveloped of Italy the DaUy Press fany years ago the dreaded disease me to readi The tears sometimesblind There are about two hundred daily appeared on one of the Trench colon- Â¬ ed me as 1 read I could feel the men- Â¬ ists shortly after Louisiana was settled tal torture through the brave effort to papers in Italy Nothing analogous to He fled from his family and buried himÂ¬ speak cheerfully It was like a hymn the county or village newspaper in self in that wild region His family of rejoicing sung by martyrs while the America exists in the Italian peninsula joined him there either because some flames were consuming them As for the large cities and those of the othci member was stricken or from But mamma will not say when I am second and third class they are amply devotion and one by one suc Â¬ to come back Marie said to me supplied aswill appear from the fol- Â¬ No I have read you every word she lowing statement There are in Milan cumbed to the fatal plague Mean Â¬ time other lepers had joined them for says nothing about it ar2 Rome twenty three in Venice eight at one time there was a great many But I can not stay away she cried six in in Genoa six in Naples seven in casesamongthe foreigners and Bayou burying her face in cher hands and Turin five in Florence live and in L became common refuge for bursting into a passion of tears I Palermo three Those in Milan are in those pariahs They cultivated the dream aream all night of mamma and the most reasonable proportion for ground and took into their wretched when I wake up oh I cry so much it there are only eight and the population uch enjoyments as JayTn their makes me sick while is not far from 300000 power They were not forgotten by the But dont youwant to obey mam- Â¬ the people of Lombardy are the most She knows if you stay energetic and intelligent in Italy charitable Catholic priests visited ma I asked them at intervals carrying the dona- Â¬ at home tou will be very ill and die The twenty three Rome at tions of the- pious and though mystery and she wants you to be well and are the anomalv Rome has a popula- Â¬ enveloped the country of these hapless strong tion of 160005 or a little more than The childs eyes filled with passionate half that of San Francisco yet it has beings their were assisted whenever they needed assistance longing as she cried three or four times the number of daily Oh to be sick with mamma why newspapers One morning I was sitting on a bench Of these the Romano in Jackson Square when I saw coming J madame that would be Heaven Look Popolo a sort of Government organ out 01 tne catnedral the good priest you she takes me in her arms and she has a circulation of 36000 It is in- Â¬ lather Raymond holding a little girl by Jocks me like a baby and Ehe tells me telligently edited and influential and the hand They crossea the street enÂ¬ stories and shekisses mevallijthe time reasonable like most of the journals of tered the Square and approached the Ah mon DieubutUhat islallil want in the country which when they entertain bronze equestrian figure of Jhe great the world I shall die if I do not go ultra republican views like thSecoloJat General near which I was sitting The back Milan content themselves iTvith imldcxp little girl a beautiful child she was I soothed her convulsive sobs as well jof tppinion that thepublic about ten years old was looking about as X could butagain and again the same armony may not be disturbed The with a grave pre occupied air which scene was enacted Secopwhich is said to have acnrcula She will die of home sickness seemed strange jn one so young Father I tion of ldOjOOO is seen ieverywh ere in Raymond had been my friend from said to Pere Raymond the next time we Italy and occasionally is sola at news Lepers Land is to her a paradise stands in Franco arid Spain It has a childhood and we were always happy met to meet in spite of the difference in our and you will never weaken either her reputation for ability and enterprise not memory or her attachments faiths only among its partisans but its enemies 14 What a lovely child that is Father The good priest raised his reverent and the manner in which it is con- Â¬ wis said when When I Who isshe the first greeting was over eyes to the skies will our ownleaveÂ¬ ducted is more like that of a first class have to dom fails why we American than any other journal in Marie St Cyr he answered Go the matter in wiser hands Someway Italy The general distribution of news Â¬ then ma petite and look at the flowers will be opened for the innqcent little papers indicates the prevailing degree and trees Thou wilt find mo here one We will do our dufrjand safely of intelligence in the localities where when thou art tired and we will go leave her in her Father shands r they are published Rome being a nota- Â¬ home Are you not afraid to go among ble exception Naples thqugh having The child moved slowly off not with those neonle asked iJOOjOOO more inhabitarits than Milan Afraid looking at me with sur- Â¬ has less daily newspapers while Paler- Â¬ a buoyant lightstep but heavily and with evidentreluctance prise It is not for a priest to hold mo agreat and important city has She is not sick is she asked back where duty takes him All places Only three Genoa isabouy the size of I She looks so blooming I never saw are good to us where we can do the Ma-Â¬ Rome yet has but six dailies and an ig-Â¬ H lovelier creature with those sunny sters will My allotted duties call me to norant reading constituency The auburn curls and those soft grav eyes Lepers Land and if the deaths increase greatest proportion of illiteracy is of She can as they have done within the past year course found at Naples and down with their long black lashes not be sick I will take up my abode there It will through Calabria into Sicily and here The priest shook his head gravely not do for mans outcasts to die without there is not only a greatly diminished cir-Â¬ She is not sick now but thereis lit- the ministrations of Gods ministers and culation of newspapers but of all kinds tle of the child in that that has happened more than once of literature Parma Italy Cor San maiden You will understand me when And Madame St Cyr is she much Francisco Chronicle I tell you she comes from Lepers worse Land Her father was attacked by lep No the disease progresses slowly THE ISLE OF CAPRI rosv Ave years ago and his wife and with her as it does with most Years child followed him Madame St Cyr elapse while it is movingby inches Her An Autograph Collecting Hermit in tfc has reason to believe that she has con- Â¬ husband is near the end but the domi-Â¬ VUla of a Soman Emperor tracted thejisease and having no rela nant idea with both is to give Marie her One of our walks in the Island oi tives in this country she has confided one chance of escape Such scenes as I Capri will take us to a very high point the child to me She wishes to give her go through there Between the mothers the only chance to escape perfect isola- Â¬ agonized cry for her darling whom yet on which are some ruins of the Villa oi tion from the lepers She said to me she will notsee and thechildrsyearning Tiberius the Roman Emperor Thi J It breaks my heart to part with my for her parents my heart is wrung afl gentleman having involved himself in darling my onlv child but we must give the time a great deal of trouble at home con her a chance Father she must never The next day I left New Orleans and eluded 0 retire v to this rocky island A few where he would be safe from hh sec us again even in our death hour did not return for a month enemies and here he I I may have to live long long years hours after mvarrived Father Raymond Heath in the year 37 A Dlived until hi glance at him toldCapri must first without her for leprosv kills by slow called and How is have neen a very different place then as inches butTbid farewell to her forever me something had happened asked instantly feeling asits I think the death agony will be more Marie I the gloom on the good nriests far as the manners and customs ofEm-Â¬ inhabitants are concerned The the poor mother than sured that easily borne by the separation from her child She tried usually cheerfuVface had something to peror built no less than twelve hand- Â¬ some villas in various parts of the hard to be brave but it was a pitiful do with his little charge courage The father poor wretch I take her to her parents to morrow island and made all necessary arrange- Â¬ whose days are numbered broke down Then she is the word stuck inmy ments to enjoy himself as much as pos- Â¬ sible The villa which we are visiting He was afraid to touchhis throat utterly he answered saoly was one of the largest and the remains child or careshejvfor hands- andface A leper yes are alike leprous but he safik on his A few days after you left she wastaken of vaulted chambers and corridors knees and cried aloud amidst Eobs ill but only a day or two ago the fatal show that it must have been a 40 ma petite never to see thy sweet sign appeared on her arm very fine building A short distance was a long silence I could not below it is the top of a precipice face again never to hear thy voice There God help me to bear it speak for my tears and Father RayÂ¬ from which tradition says Tiberius Hovr mond with bent head and mournful used to have those persons whom he And poor Marie I asked had condemned to death thrown down did the child bear it eyes seemed praying to liimself Tasked at into the sea This was not an unusual She clungto her mother screaming How does she bear it methodof execution with the Romans and refused to come She can not un- Â¬ last She is perfectly happy That seems and his victims must have met with a derstand why she is banished She knows no one better what a fearful the saddest tiling I3ut X can not talk of certain death disease leprosy is and that it will it yet She wishes to see voirthis even- If any of us really desire to see a her- Â¬ soon kill her iather but she wants to ing mere is not tne sngntest aanger mit we can now be gratified for one of that profession has his dwelling here be at home It seems to her worse than yet for the diseaso is just beginning Of course I will come I said He probably does live hero all alone but death to be separated from her parents When I entered Maries room she ran he does not look like our ordinary ideal The St Cyrs are people of education of a hermit He will be glad to receive arid refinement so their situation is the to meet me Shewaspositiy3yiadT more terrible on that account They ant her beautiful eyes shining her some coppers and also to have us write have ample means too to provide for cheeks rose tinged looking like an in-Â¬ bur autographs bxabookwhichhekeeps for the purpose A hermit autograph 3arie and give her every advantage carnation of health and happiness am so glad you have come back collector in the ruined villa of a Roman I of education do you think she will escape the she eried- - I thought I Would- ohoine Emperor on the top of a mountainous But T wrmf Visa vnti island in the Mediterranean is some- Â¬ He shrugged his shoulders nnHmrit- Rppmw vnn disease At least xher onlv for theysay Iliave loprosy and thatT thing we did not expect to meet with on Who Knows is not tne reason x am- going uacirto mamma our travels jFVattfc ft SlocJftQji t 3t chance was this separation fnfc in tVu fTrnlTr l and papa Oh I am so glad and sho Kicliolas p tnarruitrTr f Mvnwj v -- iram tired Father saTd a niild voice and looking back we saw Marie I held out mv hand and made her sit beside mc JJer exquisite beauty seemed almost traffic in the lie ht of the sad story Ihadiust heard Are nottneilowers DeautiiUi-AIa- And tne birds and the Tie lsaio i - i w- - K fr - 5 rr I s -- if t - - It Bosbri Cottrief You enjoyed the opera Mrs Quickrich No I was greatly disap pointed It was a perfect fraud The rVfiff msm newspapers all said the tout ensemble m n rixni imauzr Sjl isxmmssr i vss was superb and I went specially to see TTim sel 1T ITvSi siWSJ xtm1 lssrS it but there wasnt a single tout ensema taac M ble in the whole show 1 dont believe v BSilW J mz theyve got one in the company Chicago Tribune Well I never knew that before H said Mrs Gummidge looking oyer the Mil edge of her newspaper Whats that my dear nsked Mr G Why that Well yon Mr Faraell is a bachelor might have guessed it Hes in favor of Mrs Gummidge was silent home rule DudeletBatber me boy I wautr lay a long long time wondering just what mustache dyed Meantime Mr her husband meant Barber Crtainly my dear air Didyou jGummidge wentout and saton thedoor bring it with you iSaxn step like a prudent man Chicago New CELESTIAL JHT i ACfelHed ftrraj4H Who VTa aSfesewd M 11 says the ar6 eggs now Her JDaaa4laH Waters grocer as if at some other time they A noted liar once tokl airiefld iKathe Had been turnips squashes or slices of had at home three precious things Abnl Chicago Journal boiled owl jsa sorry fur m Jfetftte pefsdrij T lock that couklrun one tkonganeEli iu day ianl which owed at the fcejjiHHinjf of wour father hab er good stomach ahf each watch day and night- aad a dog that hafter go hungry all my life den to hab Could read books The irierid infuriated er bad storilach wid erfull smokehouse jSraveiin AfkaiisdS that ho vrbuld losfe no time iii semsr with these day3 of hydrophobra It His cwti eves fnese marvel The hian did In may oefwelLto remark that no person not expect tllis as his house ras some whd ha3 paid for his newspapers in what distant so he went aolrieanU fold bis advance was cvef known to be oitten Tife that Ire had got caught at last and that to morrow the man should arrive aad by a iilad dog XtTirt tient ever jnuid jsaid he would bo disgraced r There is a towrL in Adstrafci called Ma spouse leave that tome it will be all Randoni A resident of the iace be- - right only you muat keep out of sight- ing absent itovi it and betrig asked Iext morning the rigitor jirnvcdand be Where he lived said he lived atRan- - ing met by the irii9trcs3 naked where her dont He was taken up as a vagrant husband Vae He has gone to Peking When will he be back In ehe replied XYi Tdiararri Why ho w can he ba Sciilieriiarirt believes from the eight ornine daya J Ii He has gone off on oHrfastbal figures of Wonleu on certain vases thav aoquick lock and can do t easily r I hearafeo corsets were in use in prehistoric Greece wonderful fow said the This should teach our ijtshionable and you have a itor and behold as ie was speaking a wasp waisted women a lesson All the small cock crew Thats ifVsaid the wife Woineit of pf ehistoric Greece who wore he crowa at the beginning 01 each wateh corsets are now very dead tNbtristown and also when a visitor arrives Cfiiha Herald Review Sophronia asks Where and when A- SvOKJtr CHESTSUT j did the phrases Ah there and Stay U there have their origin rAt Fort Mo i JKk Henry dear during the war of 1812 When the Stars and Stripes were run Ah there and up the enemy said Americans said the Stay there and And thus be iteyer4 etc thev didi PlfHAriD PC INf 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Dakota - 4 - - lature and W J uHerel ejrdaintfieclerkturjaingjtc4a show this gentleman to the bell bov - poker room EstcffineTiyBelL -- 4 JAMES B EADS The Early Experiments of tb 3fsaac J American Engineer When about ten years old his father - -- -- -- - -- I Â¬ ten-year-o- ld w - Â¬ fitted for him a small workshop and there he constructed models of saw mills fire engines steamboats steam engines electrical ajid other machines One of the pastimfcsbf his childhood was to take in pieces anji put together again the family clock and at twelve years ha was able to do the same with watch with no tools but his pocket knife When thirteen misfor- Â¬ tune overtook his father and he had to withdraw from school and work his own way His parenta went to St Louis in 1833 and he went with them The steanqer was burned in the night on the way there and he landed barefooted and coatless on the very spot now cov- Â¬ ered by the abutment oil the great steel bridge which he de-Â¬ signed and built The only open-Â¬ ing in theway of business that offered was to sell appleson the street and by this means for a few months he sus- Â¬ tained himself and assistedin support- Â¬ ing his mother andsisters In time he obtained a situation with a mercantile firm where he remained for five years One of the heads of the house having an excellent library gave himaccess toit and ho used hi3 opportunity well to study subjects bearing upon mechanics machinery civil engineering and physi- Â¬ cal science Iri 1839 he obtained em-Â¬ ployment asa clerk or purser on a Mis- Â¬ He again made sissippi river steamer the best use of his opportunity to ac- Â¬ quire that complete knowledge of the great river which he was afterward able to turn to such good account in the noble enterprises he so fortunately car- ried into effect In 1842 ho constructed a diving bell boat to recover the cargoes of sunken steamers This was followed with a boat of larger tonnage pro- Â¬ vided with machinery for pumping out the sand and water and lifting the entire hull and cargo of the vessel A company was formed to operate this device and it soon had a busi- Â¬ ness that covered the entire Missis- Â¬ sippi river from Balize to Galena and even branched into some of its tributaries By his methods a great many valuable steamers were set afloat and restored to usefulness which it would not previously havebeen possi-Â¬ ble to save as they would have been buried very soon beneath the river- sands It was while engaged in this business that he gamed a thorough knowledge of the laws which control the flow of silt bearing rivers and of the Mississippi he was able to say years afterward that there was not a stretch in its bed fifty miles long between St Louis and New Orleans in which he had not stood upon tho bottom of the stream beneath the shelter of the diving-bell Popular Science Monthly mam ea distance inland On one occasion wild moor wbcre althoughjber passing a did reside tf schoolmaster tne Knowieag ofthe inhabitants of affairs in general wa not extendi ve hedroDued a lobster Some children picked it up and wondering what the strange creature could be tookifcjtg the schoolmaster The dominfe put on hia over and verrexrmng specs and WeeIJr atlesgthi amnied it c3tfally thgi I en maiat q pst said the oracle exclaimed wonderfu animals 0 creation except What is the matter Mr Jones nnd thflstwa I saver saw They are replied that philoso-Â¬ Oh nothing aa elephant and a turtMovc and soih pher ioJitreAl Wit hrsi must JM Vhat are you plaving in the victuals BBSS be ane o the Hi for then Why you see my dear- madam this tk Craae The TTolf n piece of stamp reminded me of a letter X invited a Crai to jdiaev A Wplfhayfng wasexpectingand I just thought Fd prod n around this dish awhile and see if I couldnt seryedthefood in a shallow plate go find the carrier and ask hizn about the let thfigiiestjcpuld not get any whiletW hest ter without going to the post office lappedupariabandancewith hia tbnguev The explanation was so futtand complete On the next day the Crane Jnvited tae that Jofies had to change hia boarding Wolf to dimwrTantheTooSi consistingf house Iferchant Traveler as set out in a iong neekeeFjsrj soup which put it entirely ou pf the reaea oLthej Cause for Dejection incited guest- - But while the Crass hsd hitfji Visitor to prison warden Therea head in the jar the Welt knocked a-- PH strange man over in the corner I talked in the bottom with a hammer and swap with him for a Ions time but couldnt lowed the greater part of the eoup- aaitjjt awaken any interest in him about any sub ran ont This Fable teaches us that we MobAl ject Jle seems dead to every thing and should not despise the mental Teabarcta j when I spoke to him of thefature he turned of those who move beneath us Xlfe l upon his heel and walked war Some dangerous criminal likely who committed an atrocious murde He Jooksr it every fWhatisthe matter with you Gas0 5 inch Mked Judge Penaybnakerol Gns deSmltET Prison Warden Yes bis case is a very Iwas engaged tb-- be married Bad one His time is almost up now and thcotherdayiieTeceived a letter from hia Birdie McGinnis and now vsh wife Baying that she would be waiting for back jrj him on the outside Til Bits Dont let that worry you-- As KSSA- triri as aHe is will soon find some other wlr Texas SMtisgst low to marry AT THE BALL AJk -- WRETCH How He Embarraaaed Hli Kind and Gea eroos landlady eating dinnerat his boardingi Jones was house last Monday and during his invest of one of the dishes he ran across a piece of postage stamp The landlady iaw him pick it out and look7 at it nnd she beÂ¬ gan to get nmd Unt Jones saidTiothing and laying down his knife and fork began to dig witha spoon in the dish from which the piece of stamp had come Finally when the lady couldjstand it- ho IbrigervBhe A HEARTLESS - used In awiki part otSeotlancadeaJeritfflsaT to drivj- hia cart a considerable - it - fn - ad -- -- haagj tot -- J 4i III IW dffv - n - K S THSXE X M H5 Im going to propose Miss Edith She interrupting Oh my Mr JenkinB1 so sudden and in such a strange placel Mariai Dont ask me to take that bratjH PucKs Annual ABOUT BROODERS The Kext Best Thing to a Good Motherly Old Ken He desperately lam going to propose that we stay here when the rest go to sup-Â¬ per because because at home Judge A Harrow-3Esca-- Ive left my purse - - -- - - -- - It - Several correspondents want directions for making a good cheap brooder for raising a limited number of early chicks The cheapest and best brooders for the purpose are good motherly old hens know some hens will raise Cain with their broods but such are the exceptions generally speaking a large hen in a proper coop will care for twenty chicks in a way that ought to convince the most prejudiced incubator manufac-Â¬ turer that she knows what is required of her But if you feel thatithe exi- Â¬ gencies Of the case demand a homeÂ¬ made brooder all you have to do is to get a soundbox cover itwith a tank for holding water and ieen tbenwatefc hot by means of a small boiler heated by a kerosene lamp or by drawing offtife cold water and filling up with hot water The top of the as often as necessary tank must be covered with some non Â¬ conductor of heat ciso it willcool off Under more rapidlythan is desirable the tank have strips of old flannel for the chipks to ijestiein Prairie Farnisr Â¬ I How is it doctor thaL lymg hcrlor three weeka with typhoid iever I baveAex- Ihatetoturn H tir you away hungry but I think youhave isted without eating The fevsr haa nocrished youT Smii been drinking beer v Tramp solemnly So maam Ill take anawefed the physician- v Arcvouibangdacro3 my oath I never drink beer trathT Xo I amllbbaitfce Farmers Wife Whisky then owCliketohaVeiiiy MygraciouB Tramp sofemnly No maam Tit whole family down with fever for a year-- X swear to it i ronio save a uiue jnoney wxn xiaT wvz Farmers Wife Very well Heres apie Scaramouch 4Sat Tramp to his chum on the outside AfowerM itxsmie was a narrow escape It shed a sid That ifts anouiraire t be wtyry gin shed haoTmel Philadelphia Call saidMiss Esjereld Lcngo terMcGLanie A Canttotu Gaest HriniL1 MiesiEiw nrnHiwy to tramp I can Hovrw Kind heartdlVoman IT 1 I T ill itt give you a piece oi hot mince pic Tramp Hot mince pie for breakfast and now yon are wikJte W- fa SfiiferW Hot mince pie on an empty stomach Do young woman- - ItsaarieoNrowg e Be calin Easadt VfefftvlWfftejT ycu suppose thafaman in my precarious to eo back on tiwikjMfc- financial condition madan waata to b 5 burdened with a doctors bTllin tho dead ef jSiftwgssgL couple o Gimme a winter Not much te A xiX in Ioadoa soft boiled eggs and V bring in an armfuj for throwinsr QVQ9 0 WiinriBa f KZjjU of wood N X Sun tail feat if W e A Creel TAtYnt the father of seven wivencms children and one wife 1wrth a grand apjyj ig tite asks Dr BacDius Smith Farmers Wife to tramp y -- mWi st pe ifjv 6 c fe H i L-- a - l e- - - - a-- cS v tffrj jifiSjJIfig MT- - sr- - RffiHMtfSI r mtOtimimssstxmsmKsieawvsfim mrwMtfd awirw i - s- - J BW II 1 imllPM NM 11 TJU t Jr liw 4 COOTWt c 0 9 TWFtwP J Breeas liniment remorejf knots and sll enlargements on liorscs or other stock No cure no pav Sold bv i4Aa TRADERS DEPOSIT BNft SfEftirAi c AYEST f uAiiee -- - JWeS- - Ss CSS KILM JLYTTLE4 LYTTLE I JT D D Lakmaw StUlmUer VJW F Day fiazel Green m M ifT STERLING KY Corner MIin and Phestonsbueg Sts rr c 1 -- 1 jjiA fc JTTwlt9v Prss Opinions at cHel Qieea Peetmee A report coate frkaFranlakrt tluffi at miter X the members at tbe legisfetureilacks the courage do irhaiis newssaryxw relief 4 BlMTO 3PI3K3ER CftfcnBMg the state from ner present financial em- Â¬ barrassment This report is confirmed by the diliy dallying that characterizes KAML CRttKe KY tbe daily session of that distinguished bodv of soloiis Bay after day passes aad nothing comparatively speaking 15 I accomplislied No doubt the members aare aa eye to the tuture ana u tney 1856 gMtatf oaJHtrt Xwdfey j could only find out just how their con I3tfc District - Far Qfemtt etttaeats tliink on the subject it would s 0Iijr3XJOGsjL be a great relief to them Their want Tvc CowweIt1 JUioner of courage and their dillydallying Cofc k 3 BAT akould for ever settle their political stat a aad relegate them to tne shades of private life Msysville Bulletin What do they do when they go to the HOGG capital Theyintroduce bills after bills T F EUOK8 and fus and quarrel and drink whiskey jast to take up their time and get paid DRAKE for it Why if Christ was to come again WtJSr-H UK2 KAflff be would lick the whole body and upset 5wwr TffiLMaT COX their money tables and turn them all out like he did in old times Princeton Ar Â¬ JtWPBNMMWSi 4HM1 VA CLJL JLVVXA9V Xj MtWtiAVVM r BIGSTAFFsidenif r Ague Cur Fever flS WARRANTEDorto cursfFever gKUeritemitterit ChlH fmitteM Fever Dumb AgueBHious Fever fDengue oflBrcdk boneVTever Liver Complaint and all diseases crising from Malarial poison and Iio Mrs E of stable Kendall - Proprietress Charges treasonable LIBERTY KY HARD 5 fees v The table Is supplied witlt4he bestthe W WHOMSOKTcasnier BISECTORS Jf w w v I i l WISmI BiWN GOllSll PSIGES r m U i s -- S m tro Marsha and General Detective w James Chorit Bk 31 R Brake mr34ljv l T Fesler J T Highland AXDItEW EcliableVM - jmrtlo Tickt Agt J4e CE5TBR-OricStCWfc-W S - Tiie Old Harpers S C July 9 18S4 For eighteen months suf ereoZijuith Chills aiut JFev2rr having CJiills every other day After trying various remedies recommended to cure Lztsed a J uww UU4 VKUVXB yJJ sale and Retail which ive iMiUr USB TO SELL FOIi CASH oc exebaaze for MAYTOWX KY Produce- - aud Li ve Stock Wc have often tried to establish a trade saa Cswfa hem TVill attend to ferreting out criminals in but have as often failed We have also notified frwfoa4 sgftitBrainrof the any part of the country and guarantees sat DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF THE CREDIT SYSTE3C faleatw to Isfoetion in every casewhera employed reform our business mit little attention haa been girwi we hni sairf Novr we intend to establish upon the rums of the old credit va4tnx a ntlCTLY Orders by mail promptly attended to CASH BUSINESS which vail enable us to sell 70it 0O J T V VVfVVfc HV KUW arew receiving anherAEGE D W LfTSiEEI STOCK jf- UgBUOUUd Ui or tirhst Robinson 4P - PilOPPJETOHS Jones i s bottle of Oyers Ague Cure and have never since had a chill Qhei JWrOSTERS XSD JOBB a c vhwh w JSBWIJf EjLRPEB Id by all Druggists - Buy and Sell Horses On Commission Mountain men will dowcll to consult us before offering stock for sale as wc believe it will be to their interest Dr J PREPARED BY C Ayer Co Lowell Mass CJcKt 0 IAn -- Established 1856 GIVE US A TRIAL and you will stop with us every time mmmMM MT STERLING s as honorable nxen Wc will sell you goodscheaper thanyorrliaveevcboBiemhcfore can better afford it becausawcYilh take no risk ontnst large stock of CLOTHING DRY GOODS special low prices for cash To all of our customers havinjr accountedaerc forward and make settlements You cs aKferiagal niot earaesti r mimtftmtxmQ 3teaettv At re AD 2 Ja T- - F SAYi w- l 5 S CV 2 BfwM AeiMiwasts gus tke 4ftM 4i4cSe rsijet ce of Swxcy tke aches BwiMttwaty rT DeBMecc lriF jtf -- 18- iv - Bey of Haael Green tie Ort L f tbc Democratic rtyi Icr Minium iCMMMKWMtltks Attorney irs ia at 4HJtftfm ariBg or cott aad pcrform W A istiaa ic deir t3 perform for district The Colonel 3 isairary jsksteaat gentleman awl an feeeeet wa but Ite is teo old for the ptece 4T0ftejl Jg- - alie lawyer wixdedof and this Iate prosecutloa criminal cwmmm weak and as CoL B3 certainly ficetor be The only way to keep a party JyBa soaiBatlsg old fogies for positions ot the ability to fill is thattbey ba t6 defeat them at the polls and this cer taffliy caa be done in the C6L Bay case U WtectIoHcrs in tlve way be is doing by going erer the dktrict with Judge aL ie canH teep up witfc die wewastlxTc Tbere are too 1 Many this irp ktvryers is take the defense ineffi Ht TJd K8trjctthsTech a I 3 politics 4 Copor showing the people how he could ve ia it if 3ou wellhima chance a Colonel Â¬ man al but being re wieb yon of society ways working for the interest we caat support you or ask anyone else to do so The Journal is independent tkk district to allow them to be imposed tljww by a deaocratic convention uosu satiBgiaooaspeteBt mea and we cant pass it by ufeaoticed Ho sir sot us Pewali Coaaty JouraaL CoL Bay is ot too old for the place neither is he aa old fogy norincompetent to perform the duties of the office prompt- Â¬ ly aad efficiently as the Journal would bare us believe JSe went into the con Yeatioa determined to win bv fair means if possible and If defeated to gracefully submit to the ecistou of the democracy f the district as represented in the Ha Â¬ re Green convention Ho Fon fairly aad bonestly and now it becomes all trae democrats to give htm their cordial iwpport asd aotrawl and grumble bc caueeioseof their favoriies got left Tx Hesuxd is independent too bat kswriag that Cot Bay iswell qualified forthe place we want to see fair play iUMtikiakit is the duty of all good dem Â¬ ocrats to give him their support We certfiuJy believe the delegates to the conveatiofi which no ninated Col Bay f r commonwealths attorney were fully a eompeteat to judge who was qualified as the editor of the Powell County Jour aaU He sysbecant support him We can deocratic friends and readers in bat we have to many good as sheriff suggests that the regular panel of the Kentucky legislature be discharged from duty and that the sergeant-at- arras be directed to summon by stariders to supply their places Submitted on Ixmdon Leader the motion It is an ill wind that blows nobody good If the depleted condition of the state treasury will only lead to the early dissolution of the legislature it will en- Â¬ able us to bear up under our present financial straits with becoming fortitude Clark County Bemocrat In order to remedy the state troubles we would advise the following course send the legislature home for ten years abolish the so called office of governor and all the extra boards and bureaus until the treasury fills up again Lan- caster News The situation of the state ii serious and alarming and whats to come of it we cant tell If the legislature would only pass the Hewitt revenue bill and adjourn there mighs be some hope Hickman Courier The Kentucky treasury is empty and some of the members of the legislature have been unable to get their pay Happy old KcntuckyI Then the legislature is sure to adjourn before long N Y Sun willing- Â¬ We heard a farmer express ness to give 85 a ton for the present leg-Â¬ islature if the trade could be closed at once and the proceeds placed tolthe credit of the state Hart County Bemocrat The present legislature hast done any more devilment and down right meanness than the last but it has tried its best to get away with anything of the kind in all time past Owen Bemocrat The Capital informs us that the legislature is settling down to business This is welcome news to the outraged public It has taken more than bu days Greenup Gazetto to settle is in order for the whole lay out at It I -- served his people faithfully for four years A gentleman of thw county who has S T McWilliams NEW Co Stable KY J G TRIMBLF President LESLIE THOMSON Cashier S1000C0 Surplus 15330 Livery Sale and Feed Capital TEIED BACE 6 UOTOSf STB3ST3 OTIONS Cinciniiati CELESTINA PEErGT0ATLA8T fcs f JiT STERLING KY Drovars1 and Traders Headquarters The attention of horse and mule is especially invited to our fclitie handling of stockaml we invite all of Wolfe and adjoining counties to us when in the city dealers for the traders call on Receives deposits Discounts bills Loans money on liberal terms Exchange bought and sold And docs a legitimate banking business Your patronage respectfully so- Â¬ licited mrl73m LA IE AXDV k 4 THE JOHN SfjILLJJO GOMPM Wholesale and Retail Dealers bv Greatest Sacfe is - r JOE BRAWNER WITH Sievers Oarson Hardware Go BEY GOODS CARPETINGCincinnati - AUTOMATIC IMSJIIMEMTS 0ATAL0GUSSPIES 4 TAY HOUSE HAZEL GREEN KY 637 W Main CRAIG Street LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ Folding Incu and Brooder com- - Race Seventh George Streets Euv ISAAC MURPHY Prop villi hatch 1200 to -- 1500 chicks a vear worth as The table is supplied with the best in the Lbroilers 4 to 12 per dozen Kb cost or O market and everv attention given to guests experience to operate Holds 100 eggs PuitcR reasonable 1200 Frice w SHIVELY Fostoffice CarnpbellsviUc Kr REESWABE HOUSE fC An absolute success Perfect imitatation of WITH FRENCHBURG KY the hen No lamns to explode Ten hens vill pay 200 profit per T J COPE Proprietor Ambach Borgunder Co year Send 4c for new f TTfTl H H pp book on poultryjincuba V Table supplied Jwith all delieaoiea of the tors diseases etc O A AJjQ season special attention to commercial y I Craig N Evnnston III toumts ATCHa c 17 mm foe ormi mm allisioZ Arddeeri3 9 ilusicil Goedv 0RGA2Saad 5 1 9 Fourth Avenue LoulvU Ky pALACE HOTEL ERENOHBURG KY J II WILLIAMS Proprietor The patronage of the traveling public is respectfully invited Table the best and every attention to the comfort of guests - BOOETEVILLB and 19 Hopkins Place BALTIMORE MD Â¬ r Biarrfcosa Thasooina-Broraa-woiiderfa- C- - L4 5S - - BOONEVSLLE - Happiness results from that true contentment which Indicates perfect health of body and mind You may possess it if you will purify and Invigorate your blood with Ayers Sarsa parilla E 3d Howard Newport N II writes I suffered for years with Scrof-Â¬ ulous humors AoarwuvMtMiiuuuA 4mt juaney utoqdio3 crmss UlDhtlicria Crotra r 1 BiES InS I llnff1 ill I fesSBII Wlfci m IBHPSiTr 1 E dl Â¬ ANTED A situation by a first OWSLEY COUNTY class Engineer Sawyer and Miller Best Every day employment desired of references can be given W C Daniel Maytown Ky Address KENTUCKY A School for Teachers A SANDERS W ritiag from Washington under date of Karca 15th Hon W P Taulbee 1 arhisheslL T Bean of Mt Sterling with the following in regard to Licking river iaiproviaents Yoara of the 18th inst is received tinel With the I have been before the committee has done few exceptions of a legislature nothing outside great deal os rivers and harbors and made an of local legislation Lexington Press argument in favor of the project of sur- Â¬ veying the Licking river above the C 0 The Gambling Act railroad When I completed my argu The following is the act of tho legisla- Â¬ ment Mr Willis made a statement in connection with what I had said and urged ture making gambling a felony Section 1 Be it enacted etc That the matter on committee they at once whoever with or without compensation assured us that they would direct that the survey be made Congress always shall set up carry ou or conduct or shall Appropriates in bulk for the surveys aid and assist in setting up carrying on throughout the United States and directs or conducting a Jceuo bant faro banJc or what surveys shall be made without sayÂ¬ any other machine or contrivance used ing anything about the cost of any par-Â¬ in betting whereby money or other thing ticular survey so that it was not neces- Â¬ may be won or lost or whoever shall for sary to say anything about that matter compensation percentage or commission in the clause appropriating the money aet up conduct or carry on a game of They directedlt to be made and no doubt cards whereby money or other thing may will report it so the bill As to procur Â¬ be won or lost or shall with or without ing the survey in time for an appropria compensation perceutago or commission tioa at this session of congress I hardly aid and abet in setting up conducting or think that practicable I believe it woulcl carrying on a game so set up carried on be a very difficult matter to get a bill or conducted for compensation percen- Â¬ threugk Erecting any particular survey tage or commission shall be fined 500 to be made These matters are all includ- and costs and con find in thepenitentiary ed in tke same bill known- as the river not less than one nor inore than three and harbor appropriation bill and it gen Â¬ years shall be deemed infamous after erally takes this bill until the last days conviction and be forever thereafter disof the sensioa to pass both Houses before qualified from exercising the right of suf- Â¬ becoming a law as Col Turner will tell frage and from holding any office of honyou or any me else whobas had experi or trust or profit whether it be tate tce in sch matters besides I would be county city or municipal The judgÂ¬ afraid to undertake to get bill through ment of conviction in every case ahall especially for Licking river as a single recite such infamy and disqualification jneaeare At would be 41 Keiy to endanger and shall not be valid without such reci- Â¬ tbepropoeition These bills can only be tal The provisions of this section shall Aaroed through Congress by the not include nor be applicable to persons ainoBg all the memeers whose par who play at such games unless they take ticulr locality is benefited by them so other part in setting up conducting or you see the idea cairyiiig on such games This act shall I think we will be very fortunate if not apply to persons who may sell comwe get the survey made in time for an bination or French pools on any regular appropriation aE the next session but of race track during the races thereon par ability to do so I liave but very little Sec 2 The change of the name of any doubt I am very gjad that the people ot the games tables machines or contri pf Mt St eriinghave interested themselves vancies included in this act shall not pre- Â¬ ia ihM matter I regard their action in vent the conviction of any person vio- Â¬ the premises as an evidence of theirinter lating the provisions thereof estin the mountain section and lam Sac 3 An indictment for violating sure that I voice the sentiment of all any of the provisions of sections 1 and 2 the people of the Upper Licking when I may charge the accused in one count aay that we are all under obligations to with the commission of any or all of the you for ike action you have taken in the anenses set forth in this act fetaUer Sec 4 Prosecutions for violations of JST1 tbeartht I could get this appro Â¬ this may be had within five years after priation made in timeto have the survey the commission of the offenses but not Saade before the close of this session later aroald gladly do so but I hare consulted United States Marshal Gross has just - the oaawaittee aad friends of the mea appointed Russell Wireman of Salyers xre and they are of the saaae opinion f die Magoffin county as a deputy mar Â¬ that am so I will take the hbjrty to shal His work will be in the mountains eoia i iinoerjaiaHg oeueving taat taking the place for the present of Col eet the approoval of Hugh Rogers Deputy Wireman wa3 thw seene will all tfee irie0s of this measure when recommended by the representatives aad per taiak iwHtt the matter a little senators of that end of the state as a beaieat eevast jirave weU biancci roan well fitted for W P Tauuee xst twxee Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -tkm Outlook If our legislature docs not wish to ad- Â¬ journ with a badge of incompetency tied around its neck it must do something about the revenue Shelby ville Times The people are disgusted with the attitude of the legislature They should do something sensible or go home Hartford Herald The Kentucky legislature has reconsid ered its resolution to adjourn on April 1st How much longer O Lord is this imposition to continue Fultonian Abe only thing worth mentioning about our distinguished body of legislators in Frankfort is they adjourn Shelby Sen- Â¬ shilly-snaiiy-half-scar- eu every one from governor down legislature included the resignations to take effect on Septem- Â¬ ber first Princeton Banner There are in the present general assem- Â¬ bly of the state men of splendid ability but as the cow boys of the West would say they are most d ly in the minority Owen Bemocrat The legislature should by all means move the capital Move it into the Ohio river The tate would be better off without it entirely Owihgaville Frankfort to resign AT JH A 4 H thoroughly posted in three i liflVJ kk weeks reviewing with The liT R Any person can become so Common School Question Book as to successfully pass tbe most dif- Principal 1881 1883 188 1 After using two bottles of Ayers Sarsaparilla I for teachers ceritficates I5y its aid thousands of voung people earn a lucrative live lihood 25000 sold last vear Circulars - ficult and technical lecal examination Miss Â¬ - Nannie Fipher graduat ALLIE SANDEItS and specimen prcs stamps Agents tir Caldwell A H CRAIG MOO 1880 Bikdie Sanders TEACHERS CAN ENTER AT ANY TIME Ti iiiD T2IUI commences Jan 27 1S8G and he Fourth Term commences April 6th Teach Ens Terms Third and Fourth Tuition 1000 pkr Term t Write for Catalogue tree mend Ayers Sarsaparilla I was afflicted with a discaso of the liver for nearly two years when a friend advised mc to take this medicine It gave prompt relief and Mrs II 31 Kidder 41 has cured me D wight Bt BoHton 3Iass writes For several years I have ucd Ayers Sarsa- Â¬ parilla in my family I never feel safe even great relief It has entirely restored ine to health James French Atchison Ivans To all persons suffcrlug from writes Complaint I vroukl strongly recom- Â¬ Liver S i oentrated Oseoanee is wo rtli a pcrandof j any other kind It is ant an ikuw m im am m iMi E9 m H KTW rk EI If SB a D ta iH iH ymi vrltti feed Sola overywhsro orsent 07 mail tbrSJwiSatosaas Six cans ay exprsz prepaid for 0500- 1 y m Ul dlajovnry Soothar3iI3cet2eaii3iavToriar mi or ixor relieve all msnhcr of dieaasft- - TheiatorinjonarotindeacaoxwoKawa-aac--Ozaer Xls nnnf HiMsaahtwi TI 411u TSInl nnt nhmtt tnT51 S30 7011 tTLU aiWTOTS DO UKWIU traiau stamps T13JOl 003C 5s CO-- lid CJ SZSosteau R ae Bold arerTwhcre or sens fry TaaUfhrSSc is yotpig a cartS SSorjdaas Coaiiuon ii M t f will zatom liaaos lay R Rl n m Rj 2orTGtY is aasoiUToiyji jgq re WWZ K l a t r ffi - BLOOD irsw iricic PUIS b H ka MI4 r 9 iPldcX ti aj ear lt9 fa9ti3 nts VTLI T3L ihb K 3 as Hi -- ftbf airihstiji soaaX fepOL iBrtrm j krwA Si aw lo 2X2 JOirwOJJC 1-- HI coxri I war Ite vtah Saw Mill for Sale cluding a saw I have a 10 mill TEX IIOItSE ENGINIJ which Iwlsh to sell- - ia Hazel GreeK Academy HAZEL OREEN KY The Trtistccsof this Institution Lav The saws are 52and 30 inches respectively SCOTT The large is the DISTON CFISSEL Blf and the Mill a No 1 STANDARD GA11R CO IISYSiisithe a TTTTCT illUOUl UUJL ir tExrU aoir lOOf ernj SriirccSaicn -- iLUB J At Home As a liver medicine and general purifier of the blood it has no equal Mrs A B Allen Winterpock My youngest child two Va writes years of age was taken with Bowel Com- Â¬ plaint which wc could not cure Wc tried many remedies but ho continued to grow worse and finally became so reduced in flesh that we could only move hlra upon a pillow It was suggested br oue of the doctors that Scrofula might be the cause We procured a bottle of of the trouble CHS COTTA o without it tion in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky and noted for the advantages It has in P 0 Box 502 ciurches tssapcrancev societri Paris Kt and health This school presents advantages which arcaotd equalled iarthe State in manripari dcularsranditsfutae a destfeed to work a UAZEL GREEN KY good to our conntrv which will be fult Terms reasonabfc for bathV taition ani Stands at the head of Low Prices with cv board For terms c apply to crvthing you want m Prof N B-- IIAYS Priaeipalt- - Address J W DEJAKNEIT montns Hazel Crcen ia the most desirable loca Â¬ San-day-ch- 4r tuauuc tnAi iVj bVU 6ob F McG TJIEE Boots Shoes Hats Clothing- DRY GOODS NOTIONS I Has attained a standard of cxccllcnco vfhio admits of no superior itconiainsoverjiurprovcmeninacinvcauvi genius skill and money can produce GROCERIES HARDWARE DRUGS FLOUR BACON c The moncv is what I want and will give MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR IN CASH than any other house in town goods 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 CO B and commenced giving it to him It surely worked wonders for in a short time he was completely cured Sold by all Druggists Priue 1 Six bottles 0 Prepared by Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell Haas U S A Countrv produce taken ia esekinge for GhertyPe mm Sbould be kept comtantrjr ci hand for use in emergencies of the noueh0lE Many a niotlicritartlcd the night b the ominous Sounds cf Croup Snda th little suirercrrvrith red and f wolflasc gasping for air Ia such cases Aycr Ayer r r- - F ilcGUIRE m arsaparuia Si OO 13 W3EKS o SI OO Ir PBcjirffBjWyRBBa3BjB The POLICE GAZETTE will be mailed securely wrapped to anyaddress in the United States for4threeraonths on rcccipfof ONE DOLLAR Liberal discount allowed to postmaslerx agent and clubs iamnle copies mailed free Address all orders to RICHARD K FOX Franklin Square N Those Organs are celebrated for volume quality of tone quick response artistic design beauty in finish perfect construction making them thb most desirable organs for homes schools churches lodges societies etc Wholesale Grocers AND ESTABLISHED REPUTATION UXEQUAIiE FACULTIES SKIXXED WOKKttEJf OOKBUvED LYTLE DEALERS CO IN The Celebrated BEST SXATEIUA HAKE THIS mn Was 1 liuliiull i r 1 -- liuull WaW Cherry rrctoralLjinTalaable 3InjBHa Ccduey 150 Vest 123 stOvcrr TtuVj Yhilii in tho country lar wricen vrinttr my little boy three years ohl wras taken ill tvitli Croup it seemed aa If h -vrouid die from strangulation Avcr5r Cherry rcctcrsl vrux tried iu small asd frequent doses audj in less than half an hour the little patient Tras breathing easily The doctor said that the saved my darlings lifeJT Hrs Cha B- Landon Guilford Conn writes z Aver Cherry Pectoral Ttra Produc Dealers KY - MT STERLING fHS POPULAR ORSAH instruction Books and Piano Stools utalogucs and Prico Lists on application 9 6 H W Pearl St O POLLARD SCHOOL DESK tttu An vVWKS A N V--VAMWXi WJA fiiK tsKraaarTtsariB - Cs 33Ssigsi3M- WRZZw i v o m rass ILL CHICAGO COTTAGE QR8AH CO CINCINNATI DBK KITE aud the life of my little-- son U trouble with Croup I dans not ts thw remedy In the hocscJ 2Trs without J Gregg Lowell 3Iass writes 2lj ao Saved MyUfe Jh children have repeatedly taken Ayers r Randolph and Ann Sts ClUCAQO It Independent Newspaper of Â¬ I J Xr tfc - OpriCE or tbz Coumaa JotraiHL Luulsiuxr Dr Winttrxmitk rule I hv otserved for Sir I Kaive many ycarf the value cf your rexaedy prompt 6 GO inz tae to say ia replyto yonr request what I know DAILY per Month 50 ot your Chill Cure The private sasuraaccs of tu efficacy 1 Had and the rood results of tts ctfects I SUNDAY per Year 1 00 more had oburrcdoa Mr R- - w Meredith rho for office DAILY and SUNDAY per Year 7 00 fifteen years has beca foreaaa ofay than induced me to test it i ay fcunriy The results WEEKLY per Year 1 00 - - - The first case was have been entirely satisfactory Jddrcss THE SUX Xtte York City of two years standing m vhich I believe every tried with temporary known remedy had beenperiodically and seemingly chills returning them rith increased severity Your cure broke them at oaceind there has beca no recurrence ofwas offor x nore than six months The other case milder form and yielded more readUyW e tber remedies bat the chills would return at intervals until your medicine was used since which fune oowseveral months they have entirely disappeared From the opportunity 1 have had to judge r do not 2GS Tine Street Cincinnati Ohio iav belief that your Chill Cure hesitate to expr AXLTSOrT SMITH is a valuable specific and perfonas all you promise Very respctfHlly THe type on which this paper 1 priattel is froln for it tho nbOTa fqundry Epjtoe HrBALB Y NHAEDZXiiN Democratic Principles but not Con- Â¬ trolled by any Set of Politicians or Manipulators Devoted to Collect ingand 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 Itates by Mail Vatpaid DAY per Year w n haldeman Prssidest of tbe Great LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL Telia What Ho Know of CO Importers and Jobbers IN - WINTERSMITHS CHILL CURE Queeiisware Glassware N c manufactured by the W oor Pearl and Walnut Cincinnati O Sidney School Furniture Co John Loughlin Sole Proprietor SIDNEY OHIO This Dek 1ms heea Adopted iu JfcarJy All the tcadinff Schools of tlic Coaatry Cherry rcctoral for Cougl arl Croup gives immediate relief fotlo sved by cure 2Irs- - 3rary JET vanx Scrantoa Ta vrrit w r have httHtUc boysybotk of whom have been from infancy subject to violent attacks of Croup About six months ago wc began using Avers Cherry Pectoral and It acts-- like a ccarro Ia a few-- rainntea after the child take h brsathca easily and rests tvclL OBrerp mother ought to knovr what s blessing 1 have ferrnd in AVers Cherry rcctail HrVraCEeidFrechordJ rUes 4In enr family Aycra medicines hava bten blessings for many years In of Colds and Coughs we take i -- om J P ROGERS HiPLEY yer Dr WITH mm C and the inconvenience h fiooaforgottaii m fqsag kn DOISY CO 1625000 NOW IN USE J the Globes Registers Dictionary Holders ifaps Map Cases Numeral Frames Charts Dictionaries Anatomical Models i Co LowtH Sold by allDraggista Aysr C3 TYP E FOTJixit3r IDRY GOODS Cor 4 th and iElrrt Erasers Blackboards Liquid Slating Bells- - Crayon Microscopes Streets And everything needed in n school room arWnte us for complete catalogue Ad Â¬ dress blacksmith MAYTOW3S E J ROG EES XT A a- Sidney School Furniture h poapany i- HORSE SHOEING AVfll - i Sv V - 5fe i V H - tT f1 fomo - Wagons - A c k - repair Faraway atin -- c- MsVm -- a j IS - iSS- - 3 rTr 5 SPECAiLTT Bvgghtf Irv i-hM rrr 4P TooJ ft TSk 353 tj- - 3 I- - I t TulfJiiir--- -i fegg gLaiaa rr W O n Z- - - b3ftP Vi- tj jSssaMW y HlSI M K fli a- - W H0Mvr 75 b- 55 t L VCJ x m V f Es TV raws frifends to liim Like all moun 4 iTnttifteirt 4yetiieRB ia3erte4fucoedxnd iv an cave kob uown uiu river ou raiir K -ucca wucu ow uuiug uy c very iWAjr tain men be stands by his friends to the C 39 MWfxioB 3WC JWl Oar popular attorney D B Bed wine irom aoan up 10 ajacKass inose wno tend and never wavera in the discnarge as gone to 5alyersville to attend court kwiiMiuwaeqgv iggr k had ares to grind and have bad them of dutv As a legislator he is safe and T erowsd aaduoir IsyiBff in a new stock reliabfe watclies the interest of his peo- - hcMastef Oscar Little has gone to Win m JtTil89C fUmWijc of dull axes are load in their commenda- - nlc clOselv and is always fouud In his Chester to live with his uncle UHMMw during bus n ess hours He is airiem ywt- eiowr tints 34 1 tioae or tne legislature and because they scatof the committees on geological sur Â¬ Judge Abbot of Winchester is ii town can sa ho Signer compliment tuey say ber jl prirtinc tintr j 7 a xarriTes the legislature withjt soft snapping of vey agriculture and military aHairs ItyfcMtStedHz t J- Kapcius aak tfteoxeve It i above the averasre l mmvu msB 1 Those irho have an accumulated stock Breens Liniment is pronounced by all r CORRESPONDENCE 3wms rf H1I yp which thA teinslattirfc have who have used it to Le the greatest remj - x-M Jt il 43fcL kT lIV Mi r edyfor rlieumatism r uns cuts biuises U4 KJ n VOLFE COUN TV mJMzL J6jv5 arrive wkeKenof the commonwealth Ther etc Sold by have era lite unto asaes sad they hear Si1 j3it3uwifaC 5J xl F TIy CflMFTd 3farch 27 G T Center has JTD Lajtdsav Hazel Green SeL i Mi IfL Sterliwr tritk IL03 a 4 rwt Ivnu as bjLve thev not neither do the v lit up a si D Stillwater hisHtcam funnture shon Cassidy fci m4 j- - 3CiM x fP- - rilJf r think And those who have had sharp f mill building and emplovediirDaniel Pel- Robdjso Campton frey and T Swimm to dp the cabinet hsided m Sccasion demanded With work They are making some excellent The SouthcniBivbuac foi April opens few exception the legislature has done furniture if V Potts the youngand with an interesting article on the much- special f nothing outside of a great deal of IocjiI popular machlucst shirted the scroll talked of Virginia cavaliers and any one r Mi MinHiwiin frwnrr mc uiubt- luipuiuiui jw saws for the boys and told them that may now know who they were The ar- Â¬ teeimauon which has been enacted is perhaps the 1 they had no more use for key saws Jl M ticle is by Miss K M Eowland of Balti- Â¬ i4euro pseumonia biU The legislature more and is accompanied by a number of l Reserves credit for this and for any other S B Smith the efficient assessor list of illustrations These sketches will be Ids count v completed the description important law whiclt has been enacted continued in the May number He county but which we can notnow recall There filed in thJ books Inclerks office whichhas The article which will attract the most Is tins office -are any important measures which even filed seven KY- attention U by Hugh NStarnes in- which I the best record ever made by any asses- Â¬ oe i t i t i 188C at this late day of the session demand the uescrious iniuutuiy anu intelligently Two ques- Â¬ sor in this county prior to him attention of the legislature the new cotton har tester The article is Judge Albert of Winchester Kvv and fnliy illustrated and the writer declares tions must be settled by this legislature TSBWiB and unless theyaresettledtlielegislpture anotlier gentleman Irom Ohiostopped at the invention to be a complete bucccs will be branded as a failure and ia the the Canipton House on the 25th inst eveiitof xailurc to do this democratic and took dinner en route for tlie mouth OUR PREMIUMS ascendency in the state will by jeopard Â¬ of Troublesome Breathitt county Every new subscriber anu every old ised We allude to the slates finances Hanks have moved their Center and the convict question Kentucky is portable saw mill from Devils creek to one who renews before Wednesday June naturally the wealthiest slate in the the farm of Dr A Conglctoh neat town 16th 183G will be entitled to a chance T a union and ner nnamnal condition the re and contracted to rut 200000 feet of in one of the following 53 Valuable Pres- Â¬ ents sult of the eupremestrassmhuty is a dis- Â¬ lumber 1 Celestina a beautiful automatic grace to the intelligence of her people VaughnsPeter while plowing musical instrument and music28 00 The leasing of convict labor to compete fn Newton rjonfrlptons field on the 25th 1 Coin silver hunting case watch r A with free labor must be abolished and - b I speedy action is demanded The legisla inst killed a black snake eight feet full iewelcd American move 25 00 ment and handsome chain tttre kasan opportunity to redeem itself long How is thin for snakes f Jj2 e Td for lie t week 4 and it remains to be seen whether or not Jonathan Creech our ex jailor is in 1 Set silver plated knives and forks 7 5 00 beautiful design v it will embrace the opportunity We hope town thia morning smiling- as usual f s I Set stag handled Carving knife that it will Satin uir 2 00 and 1 two foot rule orfee pMt tyo weeks but is bo better H Cot There EH 1 Handsaw 1 hatchet 1 hammer GirxsroRE March 27 Well Gar 2 00 A Washington dispatch announces key I think Encore will let you alone and 1 two foot rule S GXirstniltSifer- - the appointment of Mr Wm Bush as as you about six to his half dozen I dont 1 Handsaw 1 hatchet 1 hammer nlt tS 2 50 impenotendent of the public building at think you need any help but If you do and fork very fine and useful -Lexington Whllctherewereothergood just let me know I have heard of one 1 Buck handled carving knife and 2 50 and competent men who were applicants person getting some what annoyed wvth fork very handsome foe the place still the appointment of Garkey andUnclc Remus but I have 1 GenuincWadc Butcher razor 1 50 rlir isush will give creat satisfaction to f seen prttier thhigs in the country stores and razor strop the people of this city His democrac than tliey arc So I expect I will have to 1 Genuine Wade Butcher razor tor Frankfort is unquestioned and he is a gentleman Z 1 50 WmrtfsO and razor strop call on my niece to help me very soon will remain until the of Irreproachable character and popular Give pie the news as regular a3 possible 1 Genuine Wade Butcher razor 3B6rt-WJfi 1 50 with all classes of people But this is from my old country I always love to and razor strop not all that commended him for the place hear from this correspondent 1 Genuine Wade Butcher razor 1 50 razor strop gBeatley kal 120 panels of rail He is a practical workman and has been Your correspondent has just ar- Â¬ 1 and a contractor in this city for many years Genuine Wade Butcher razor rHy morning by an though he is by no means the oldest man rived from Quicksand where he was water and razor strop Mftfcraei 1 50 the citv He ib educated in his buE- - bound two days The timber men got offa 1 Genuine Wade Butcher razor in good lot of timber which will uo doubt I incas and both as a man and a workman 1 50 and razor strop wno nnaerstanus nis Business no Deiter bring back a good chance of money 1 Set table knives and forks and 1 25 jSvBxv wrk call m T - KiWEix appointment could havebeeninaue TT tvmch they badly need butcher knife Two new houses are being built here 1 Set table knives and forks and I bas been a great bencfiktolhe city and viz James Morisou F Ely Mr 25 Ckey has long given profitable employment to fEly is a sinfflc man and Ethe irirle3 had butcher knife shears QtkT 3 Zw and 75 a laree number of workmen Mr Bush Pair 9 inch steel gLjrttle wifepl ic junior paid uvabbttt 50 years old but has hold his better look out for he is building a cage Pair 9 inch steel shears 75 75 osrn so well witb old time that be Is now for some of them Pair 9 inch steel shears TlSll Txe 75 9 inch steel shears iBhi3 prime both in spirit and in action Pair There is a new mail route established J11 YiB1 75 xne omce is aoou one paying a saia- - between this place and Kousseau with 1 Pair 9 inch steel shears T U JihuuLBMirifa the year round two postofliees on seven dollars line One at Elias 1 Ladies fourhiade pearl handle iSfcalyBcst and SiKUlodseir gave j rr- of -building will per dav completed un Â¬ Shockeys and onethe S 75 not bo knife Ihe at E Taul bees sssrtli oR teBtlpresa aay isa1 50 der two years The old buildings will be hs Johnny little son of B A Kashs is 1 Nice two blide pocket knife V TrZ Tt1Z j t 50 palled down immediately after the pur reporteu to ue very low with lung rever 1 Nice two blade pocket knife Wf5MeirwfcK0Ppasu uiVB chssoaaony lina been paid and it Is un Â¬ 50 two cre5Sdyfen route home from iou derstood that the money will be hereina SC Mr Talton E alhoun is visiting his 1 Nice two blade pocket knife 1 Nice 50 blade pocket knife few davs 1 Handsome 2 blade pocket knife 50 tihrWsTwrch1 goo05Uncle Remus a brother of Mrs Cooper 1 Handsome 2 blade pocket knife 50 pup h sbiiupe of Mr Sushis and was recommended by this place 50 1 Handsome 2 blade pocket knife always eSSmxkakt smd action yuraps MENIFEE COUNTY 50 1 Handsome 2 blade pocket knife The HkraW for the position he has just 1 Elegant two blade pocket knife received Hence be got there Eli and 50 T7 TTn nirnTrn If V Cl2 Cj 1 Elegaqt two blade pocket knife he has our congratulations 50 Ynn Tir Tlfro oofiflmtf oil v aViot limclf 31Xhom wbohabeenVork 1 Elegant two blade pocket knife 50 Dont Abolish the Survsy in the thigh last Monday morning inflict- Â¬ 1 Elegant two blade pocket knife IjitHVCLoag mill atFordsstaUon 50 Breath- Â¬ ing a dangerous He plated retaed lomc yridar and left Saturday ittAt a meeting of the citizens ofthe 20th distance from anywound 1 and was some 1 Pair elegant plated cuff buttons 25 county held at Jackson on house dragged 1 Pair elegant 25 cuff buttons for Frel day of March 1SSG to take action in re- Â¬ himself two miles over very rough ground 1 Pair elegant plated cuff buttons 25 Â¬ 25 CoIJjDvmI Morse wbobasbcen absent gard to the action of the legislature con- and through creeks and did not succeed 1 Pair elegant plated cuff buttons survey Mr 25 andotber cerning the geologicalchairman and S in making any one hear him untill dark Â¬ 1 Pair patent lever cuff buttons for thisceekE In Cincinnati H Hurst was elected J When found he was completely exhaust- 1 Pair patent lever cuff buttons 25 -- pVSscs tuning planoa returned home J Dickey secretary The following res ed and would soon have perished from 1 Pair patent lever cuff buttons 25 olutions were unanimouslj adopted the cold and exposure His fortitude 1 Pair patent lever cuff buttons fiulsy-25 Whereas The senate of Kentucky has and suffering 25 for passed an act repealing the law establish Â¬ endurance surpassed even have perhaps 1 Pair set cuffbuttons Pkrattleft yesterdsy in the annals 1 Pair set cuffbuttons J never been i 25 HlftSfetngtWitiil08 bead of fat hogs ing thegeological survey and a large part of pioneer warfare 25 1 Ladies beautiful breast pin j Tfceywil of the session has passed without any 25 W T Day deputy U S marshall ar-Â¬ 1 Ladies beautiful breast pin provision for an appropriation In support rested W H Thomas her last Tuesday 1 Ladies beautiful breast pin 25 tbip to Cincinnati of this important work 25 on a warrant for selling spirits He was 1 Ladies beautiful breast pin Resolved That it is the sense of this held by commissioner wood at Mt Ster- Â¬ 1 Ladies beautiful breast pin 25 Eebecca Ma ViiUa Cusky Annt meeting that the continuation of the ge-Â¬ 25 answer in a bond of 500 in the 1 Ladies beautiful breast pin nK a visit last week she is 70 ological survey is a necessity to the true ling to 25 U S circuit court at Covington which 1 Ladies be aatiful breast pin the fcrsttiaeeverinaprint- - progress and improvement of the state he gave Marshall Day also had in 1 Ladies beautiful breast pin 25 andthe development of its resources 25 charge Andy Patliff of Wolfe county 1 Ladies beautiful breastpin iMMBfictt Aantcoae again That 3 discontinuation would entail charged with moonshinjng Who failinar 1 Ladies beautiful breast pin 25 V r- That rt Cdnifes Charley CarilwcH Ike incalculable loss on Kentucky preju- Â¬ I U give bond was taken to Covington allsuchacrionswouldbe highly BreensLiuimcnt- is certainly the best Jerry CardwelL of Jacksont dicial to all the interest of Eastern Ky RMarried March 26 H C Murphy to conbination of remediesfor cornsneural Miss Jiiva tkniek kcre Friday iasca route and that inour judgment those who officiating Armitage lie v J w aioore giapains in the back and side etcever Samo clay Thomas Patrick to they iad strike down thisagency through which hoSedfrom Otter creek wbere Mrs Dicey Powers Elder J M Adams produced aioae capital and immigration can be J T F Day Hazel Green at good prices stfS their brought to Jventucky are enemies to officiating 1 D Laxdsaw Stillwater Â¬ We noticed quite a number of Cassidy 8c lloniNSON Campton 6UitStisdayt t5erewasnuifa aum this section andjts best interest resolu- Â¬ guished visitors during court distinweek Resolved That a copy of these bcrotilver wen pissed tbrough this place tions be sent to the senator and represent-Â¬ among them Cooper of The Hazel Green Tostlmohlal of The Craig Folding jua KKHr naber fiabficribed toTak ative of this district and to the Hazel Herald and Hedden of the Mt Sterling Incubator See advertisement elsewhere ey were principally all quiet GxEKsr Herald Three forks Enterprise Gazette Hach Helton was sentenced two years - and Courier Journal for publication Shannon III genumenadsartiierearc jbwjj S H Hurst President for robbery but he was pardoned and F D Craki Your incubator beats a fae way returned home without entering prison all the hens for hatching I sot 145 eggs J J Dickey Secretary introduced a Roland Stone was tried for killing under hens and got 30 chicks I set 101 Cosgressman Taulbee His Last Notice Barnaul A B Woodford of There is perhaps no other sheriff in the Mark Miller the trial resulting in a eggs in incubator and got 97 good healthy arkTcoaty 12000 for 75 barrels of state of KcntucKv who rould take his hung jury Williams was convicted for chicks as a result for chicks Yours George siafcy aciaed during the war by Gen individual means and pav the taxes of five vears for shootinc Eugene Lawson C W Mays the medical his fellow citizens as Sheriff Center has I M V Circuit court last week Prof J J Dickey accompanied by done Officers are not generally so clev- Â¬ Miss Cockrill of Mt Sterling passed deprtmCBt er as to step up to the auditor and say through here Tuesday en route to Jack- Â¬ MORGAN COUNTY tHere sir is the taxes due from my AywaCUerry pectoral pWssses fsr county My fellow citizens are hard son where Miss Cockrill will take charge xeacbiagaMl powerful healing qualities pressed for money and I will pay their West LiBERTYMarch 27 Eev Tones of the musical department of the Jackson wkichlu peralsteat use will demonstrate taxes for tthem in advance believing of Carlisle preached at the Christian academv night and or they will pay me when called upon Sunday morning in say case of colds coughs throat re This Sheriff Center has virtually done churchCombs preached in and aiternoon the Elder luag troubles while its soothiBg nd for the people of Wolfe countv and we Bro Jones is a very ilueut speaker and jdo not believe there is a man within her more than ordinary talent His sermons atoratire effects arerealHzed at once MT STERLING KY borders who will not sufficiently appreci- Â¬ were fraught with truth and grandeur not advised as to the prices of ate the favor to respond promptlv to his We are county Center sheriff of Wolfe LAST CALL DEALER IK tlaiber except in one or two cases but arrivca nere one uay tms wwjk wiui u good and the money To the Tax payers tf Volfe county Mrs Stricklin who has to take is coasidered You are earnestly requested to he guard tbis section from this source readv tonav your taxes on the next been confined in jail at this place for cowing into safe keeping to the penitentiary where will cause aew life to be infused ia our calL I think I have waited long enough she is doomed to spend the remainder of n fiwatemnef to the impor- - at least as long as I can Would be g lad her life oV1a WV if J-- 11L1U mfcVTaVr fv irltio- TAii lnncmr T I w w WV VVWW 11 T rAA stance of getting a railroad lt aeerJ of Salyersville who hui have paid vour taxes for you aboutS v luu cuutmcb iut cue stuuuiuuuoc iuunu timber rafted three months aco out of my own means here Monday him There V Sown thehas been more on the recent in order to keep from pressing you but lumber dressed bringing with use the and ready for Kentucky river the time has come when I am compeiiea AND tides than for eeveral years A private to have the money or be pressed myself K Thomas Cummins and Janus Phillips informs tib that beÂ¬ I send this notice that vou may all liavef two popular young men ot tuis piace letter received iere the money br the time we call on you are candidates for the office of town martween 350 And S00 rafts passed down by Gents Furnishing Goods not I will be compelled to make it ac-Â¬ shall last weet and the If Fxoaeacmfc ene--alaw On all taxe net paid cording to Hon Farish Arnett representative of raias will ake another tide bv the first of April I will be compelled this district passed through town Mon Â¬ day en route for Frankfort to add th per cent allowed by law I keep constantly on hand G T Cekter Weareiaformei tkatsacBosesTFife There is a good tide in the river this Sheriff Wolfe county take ill a fear days ago nd lived week and the log men are getting out a All the Latest Styles and Novelties sras a member of the great many of their rafts 0y 11 3wura Sie Hon Parish Arnott Â¬ and will sell them as cheap as theycan be Cricket el Christ and lived up to her du Hon Parish Arnett representative bought in Cincinnati Louisville or else where I have ties 9fce leaves a husband and seven from the counties of Magoffin Morgan BREATH1TT COUNTY to monrn And Breathitt wasoorn in the first named iHlreii and a iost of friends 1 nntv z -Itfarch 13 1SS4 He is de-- sJ TIip lierpaved family has our r 1 o j r r iw t T jackso iiaruu -- u x uo rii-n from parents wno movcu ixuui scended Mt Sterling to get jgrmjathy in Virnnia in the early days of Kentuckys ey has gone to jacicsnn academy a mutor jnooashiners Tvere land - hrstorrand settled in the upper Licking sic teacher A crcwd of 12 movea te - while attempt It cant be beat Dont fail to call for them 18C0 Mr Buck Miller of 4Sa tfee jail At Covington the 22nd inst vallev In and 3ir Arnett later was four years Solversville ing to Jump from a stauonary raic u awaat trial for a violation of the rere elected slieriff He was re elected in one tliat was floating b fell into the I will sell you an Tennessee 1872 and in 1878 elected a thiid time to prater and ras drowned JWfcfe kv Oey belong to Ladles1 Shoe fc ImuI In 18S5 he was elected Some have placed the number of logs the line and were vo MmA nffi style for fatten over cryfeg hat passed down the river on Monday tkeir unlawful Business n to tfae legislatureou 6uiHnv-I have the finest ine of NECK WEAR in Tuesday at 30000 fciwiU t T3 crowd consists of avefe- - Has Talways uecu fparheAded shrewdbusines3 man and the city When you are in Mt Sterling do Tr Chinese immigration is the snhject not fail to call and see the bargains I will whitee two luaian squaws j of the strictest integrity and well inform Tridayat the liter- Â¬ offer yon Main street nci door to Mt 4 m nrrriMz iTwnr f1u seven 1I R in RffltP fiffaira He is a man of un- - for thedebate next Sterling1 National aJl A A- a vH JEftSTa MfafffSV WWM Th Kentucky Legislature lus section of the itate In manner he W T Hogg is in Louisville buying Tbe legialatnre lias been in esaioa ia easy and courteous possessing atjuict goods for the firm of Snowden Hogg asby oo8 lie actions have been eutlemany bearing and address that rat Tery few men are left in town Kear- discussed A GROSSU AX FKA3JC U017V10X JQUX 3SCatECTEK GROSSMAN WHOLESALE GOUVIOH Vr Jt IIk - - m6 The members o IM jl AT SWAN CO The Wafer of Life ioF Afflicted Humanity LROET IS KBT G- S z i i JiAKTrFACTCEEES OF ofi mile from Grcwr Th aisirffnir1 jiteeiiiir litriwc l vn JT BBZDLES - ml Ci - 1WJftfenfi erlky K WxS-E8DiY-MAIICII u u 74 and 76 Main Street i5s2JSS J wSSSiwSi rbitfiCieih -- JCrriwjCtM XrirjgaS JfifrJg - C CINCINNATI O E WILLMOT the becatil town of Haeel water ccnns a Jinrer centage oj irontHsaasrotherwateriKiowa hence it is the most vaJwibte 11 the cure of disease uwtl Internally or externally Among- the many diacwes which fteih in heir to and for which thwwenderfol water Is- known to he it positive and pennanaas cure are the following CONSTIPATION vDYSPEPSIA SKM DISEASES SCEOFULA CA-TABEH EHEIBCATISM ER-NEUHALGIA These springs are lcaid tltrecwaarter pr 1 - l JP CashD rv Goods Store WHOLESALE AND RETAIL fc 2fssrsid tOGAL 1 We are anxious to sell Our Goods and will make our prices rigM Orders Ulied promptly and carefully We iiave a big drive in a Box toe Boot at 350 extra good Gome and see me append ji few of the hundreds of tes Â¬ timonials which have been icadcrcdas ta the eificaej of this water in dikease One ladr trrite I anr so thanrci to the Great Giver of all Blessings that I tried Sjrango Springs FreelTixfo I give all th time and money sgeat there for the- health and strength I noTr enjoy A gentleman of Illinois savst I think the water of Ssrango Springs did me more 200 I than all the nostrums I hare ever tried I yt fli certainly be with voaagala irextspslng TVe - VOTTESS a Mrs P F 31 Hhvfclef AVm Clarke Fxum lick will afford ample accommodation to risitors For further information ic regard tboard Or this office Hazel Green JV A large hotel is now being built which w TTT H GILLIS i3SDrf FTlomavbifct fs C E Reese Building WILLMOT - if t rxnr MT STERLING KY r McCord Aydelbtte WHOLESALE - Successors to HANLY JUDY HATTERS No 613 ie Mount Sterling Ky DEALERS IN- West Main Street 4ijornf -- Hardware Queensware Stoves Grates Plows c- LOUISVILLE KY B S PvOBEHTS with Sole Agents for the World Renowned lt TENNESSEE WAGOMS Carter Bros WHOLESALE V4 A- IiitretXtieriy r The Best and Cheapest Wagon on Wheels Dry Goods nnd fiotfoh The Trade of Wolfe and adjoining counties is Jolm A Carter 1 729 731 and 733 James G Carter respectfully solicited D - Forline 3IAIN STREET Jo ir The Highest Market Price Paid for ail Kinds of Medicinal Hoots Herbs and Barks Except Ginseng J VS C Bethel G Carter Jr LOUISVILLE KY J GRAUilAX 7asjl sntrrxLEWoicnr GRAUMAN SHUnLEWQRTH ilRnufacttarers and Jbhbers of J T BBEEN SON Ill nil If m mm nivr r TlnTrn Aat - Wad wS 0 a m0 gStfircc j-- importers I Wholesale Druggists 605 Yf i Maix -- ain Street Mt Sterling Ky Street LOUISVILLE KY r BOB NTONEEIY 71rn DUMLAP BEOS WHOLESALE SADDLERY GO ADAM Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se- Â¬ lected Stock of 72S 3r bUgrioJXYDy ptldwee J L Dunlap J B Dnnlap WG Barrett and 730 llannfacturera of Saddles Harness As And dealers in -- W Main St Saddlery Hardware LQUISVILLE KY j4W ad Cobaad iber Which he sells Wholesale and Betail as Cheap as they can be bought in the State Give him a call and be convinced that yon can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go N GEORGE DOLL - Rosenberg Flexner Successors to Itoscnberg- Nathan - Gn FIesaer WHOLESALE II TRIMBLE KOBT Jf TPJMBLE BOOTS AHD SHOES 712 lXUf THIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCER AND DEALERS DT and 714 South Sns3lADr Bet 7th8thj LOUISVILLE WITH a r KL 4 bl3jy lis JH Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Davis SMOCK StrTadtitredrerto Co Powder Field and Garden in Ky Seeds Mt Sterling carry the largest stock and DEY GOODS They NOTIONS largest business of any do the And Fancy Good3 house in Mt Sterling and Main Street - Malloiy Wholesale Dealers 715 CHAS SCOTT ESTABLISHED IN JB45 717 TVest Between 7th and 8th ATtTffrrr t jvwrio iuutj trtr ixiUjg- t t pGT The Leading Insurance Agency 1836 JACOB HARBIS It -- - oa - 9lmr HATS CAP 31000000 0U I8G1 London and Lancashire of Liverpool Liverpool and London and Globe of England 36875000 00 1810 Hartford of Hartford 49 Springfield ot Springfield Mercan- Â¬ 1S09 North British 33301000 00 1863 Firemens Fund of Calf tile of England fornia 1794 Ins Co of North America 1385 OF MT STESLING KY Total Assets of Agency 814384378 80 Eoyalof Liverpool vrni Qo i-- LeviVNewbtirger - 9260000 00 4541240 00 2555633 CO GL0TH1HB MAKUFAGTURERS - y jrept -- 1473025 00 11548S9 00 724 and 726 Main Street 971696 33 1863 Nortbwestern National of Philadelphia 1710 Sun Fire Officeof London 5863000 00 1750 Niagara of Ner York- - 1S7 1035 00 Between 7lbimd 8t 5383916 46 1855 Boatmans Pittsburg 411499 00 1782 Phenis of London Insurance in oraer to dc rename mnsi De guaranicea uj succes3iui ana weu Knora corporations the policies of doubtful or experimental cempaniesbeing dear at any price LOUISVILLE KY The best policies are always the cheapest Insurers should select their companies as they would a banker or a person who ia to hold their funds in trust Loakto qcality as the CAPS A HOFFMAN paramount consideration of insurance Kespectfnlly yl HATS S Z GLQYE8T Co Office At Traders and Deposit Bank W BicMnson The Old Reliable C B SWAN CO - DEALEB IK HAT HOUSE Corner Pearl and Vine Cincinnati would here express their thanks for pasS fitronto all their old customers and atill 5cue- tinuaace of their trade TVe alwava keen a rood sioek aatUel Jim Fant with his good looks anil jtfm 1 UU1U UC ICUU IU ll UWUJV Jr J WW V -- The Best Mens Fine 3 Shoe the World GENEEAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEltf KENTTJCKY K2EPS CONSTAKTIT OX HAKD A FCLI JVSSOBTEEKT OF - - Goods Ready made Clothing elegant Staple and Fancy Dry Shoes Queensware Tinware Hats Caps Boots latest Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer Â¬ S25G ies Stoves and Farming Implements In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOJf PBICES j D BGBEENr fDUTE - wrxs CJBEE2T k ainPfJH f Wholsaale Dealers J Mie iMroojEdianfjiincing 1 - cpursge A 3 uu fw wTj llvr lwlwTt - T ary society Jzsk R L White Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment pf any nebjt due mc aIlkindH of J B- - Green Country Produce and LivcStQclf Qf CTerydeseriptioc J A-- Hufeke Boots andr SfigiMi Weai 615 LOUIVHI X zsisctdt fifi yi A JJ c - A i -- SaSTL QmXS HeRaEB T i r FC3RECQH GOSSIP KUSSL QMJBtX j W3 A 3ttfc flWMMis j x ti- - -- - i Q of Samoa are quite primitive sc nearly so Ztaxtimm George Bailer the grandson that it became necessary to pass a law forbidding Senators to appear naked at cEtnoeti to le in a portion of Ms grand-- any session nnder penalty of one hun Â¬ - Ibsters xancn about tvro and a hali dred dollars for each appearance Some Indian arrow heads were late Â¬ miles from Martinez between tfce Al- luinibrarRnd WjOmit creek roadshlgh ly shown at the SocietedAnthropologie which were poisoned with curare over a Tip In thq bills wbere do one would be ago likely to pgss by unless it were some centurypower but still Tetained their India has been the place no doubt boil it verv- gently for half an hour in deadly Small animals scratched hunter Star the division line between with them died in half an hour where diamonds have exhibited their enough boiling salted water to cover it Mr Barbels land and Br StrentzePs Â¬ most glowing splendors The following advertisement ap That was a and then put i between the bars of a 5 double gridiron re- Â¬ Secie upon the curious phenomenon pears in a Vienna newspaper A singular and wild fancy of Aurungzebe brown it wire both sides and quickly seasoning it on X BfcUe group of ancient lookin r books spectable married couple of whom the when in1658 he deposed his father the with salt and nenper Cincinnati -desires to make iyiignttbeiootof an oak tree They husband is no dancer Shah Jehan and usurped his throne Times 1 weceiKJOiayf weather stamen aecayingat the acquaintance of an equally respecta- Â¬ Hens often learn to eat their esrjrs Is no dancer He caused to be constructed tne iamous fair preservation ble couplewhere the WW f earsers yet still inbeen wrapped a in order to visit balls wifecompany Takht-i-Tau- s or Peacock throne rep from eating the egg shellS which are in r5JSiiad apparently in stefc Back wbose rotting remains A Berlin woman lately attempted to resentingj by appropriate jewels a pea- given to them with their food They Tliaiallen from them and lay close by kill herself by drinking five ounces of cock its head overlooking its tail over- find it easy to crush the shells which TAefresh traces of digging showed that kerosene She became unconscious but shadowing the person of theEmperor are thus scattered in their way If 3rou have plenty of oyster and clam shells - some animal doubtless a coyote had was fully restored to health in three or when sitting on the throne The natural i ery recently scratched them out from four days The Deutsclic Wocherischrift colors of the bird were represented by or ground bone the amount of lime in under a ovriil of leaves and earth tells of a man who drank habitually an the rarest and most gorgeous stones oi the egg shells is scarcely worth saving that had hidden them no one knows how ordinary liquor glas3 of petroleum sev- the Eastern world and the eyes of the for your fowls San Francisco Cian eral times weekly without any disagree- bird were supplied by the two celebrated icle Joor Good bright straw may be used as The books were four m anmbsn One able consequences diamonds theKohd nuror the Mountain t a substitute for hay or corn fodder when twaga journal of the auath session of the A remarkable explosion which oc-Â¬ of Light and the Koh-i-tu- r the Jdoun GAifcrnla Assembly Another was a curred in Germany shows the force pos- Â¬ fain of Sinai The gentleman who put it is more plenty or cheaper than the latter It needs a little extra erniin to b the joint committee on the sessed by dust A sack of very pretty piece - ooduct of the war second session of downstairs opened and flour falling np thishimself Aurunirzebe of machinery go with it as it does not contain as scattered the called that is the the thirty eighth Congress The two contents in a cloud through the lower i ornamentof the throne and he seems much nutriment as the hay It is bet- Â¬ others proved to be ledgers entirely room where a burning gas flame set to have occupied it until ho was eighty ter adapted to growing stock than to tkd with a fine and still quite legible fire to the dust causing an explosion seven years of age when by and by milch cows or working horses Colts fcaadwrifeg and were easily recogniz- - which lifted a part of the roof of the after the reign of several successors the and young horses thrive on it Exable as private journals dating back to mill and broke almost all the windows Peacock throne was broken up and all its change tko beginning of the fifties An account Prune in winter for wood and in When Nadir Shah Signor Martini one of the largest splendor scattered was at last found of the owners pres- Â¬ owners of house property in the city of broke np the Peacock throne the summer for fruit But do not prune r ence at a meeting wherein he quotes Genoa had a feeling of gratitude to his too much Just enough to let in suffi-Â¬ was missing and all his efforts to tkeremarksof the chairman in mtro tenants who bv their regularity of pay- Â¬ obtain it were baffled At last a woman cient light and air to give the leaves iclBg 43ir Montgomery This ment had enabled him to spend his de Â¬ of the harem betrayed the secret in- their fair quota is right A good rule iSoiTed the saystcry of the writer for the clining years in comfort When his forming Nadir that the vanquished Em- is when you see a limb interfering with memories of one or two pioneers easily will was opened it was discovered that peror wore it concealed in his turban another out with it whatever the time identified C E Montgomery a pioneer the old gentleman had instructed his ex- Nadir had recourse to a very clever cf year When the sap is in full flow lawyer of Sacramento who has since ecutors that all his tenants rich and trick to obtain possession of the prize wounds will heal over quickest N Y died in the East The manner in which poor male and female were to reside He had seized already on the bulk of Telegram these jouralsIound their way to the rent free inthe houses then occupied bj the Delhi treasures and had concluded a Dainty Biscuits Beat very lightly place where they were found is Jes3 easy them if they desired to do so as long treaty with the poor deposed Mogul one egg pour it over a pint of flour to trace and still remains a mystery So as they lived Emperor with whom he could not very add a glass of milk and chop in one far as they bave been examined thev do According to an official statement well therefore get up another quarrel tablespoonful of lard and butter mixed not contain any remarkable record or issued by the Japanese Government so he availed himself of a time honored Work thoroughly together break up special new light upon tie history of the whiei and fifty custom seldom omitted by Princes of pieces the size of marbles early fifties but the entries are often inÂ¬ there occurred five hundred nine years equal rank on state occasions a few must be rolled as thin as your nail earthquakes during the teresting illietrations of the surround- - three six months preceding December days after Unon a great ceremony Sprinkle with dry flour as you roll and Hags oceifpfeticns and thoughts of one earthquake for held at Delhi Nadir proposed that he them out to make them crisp stick fairly inteDigent professional man in 1884 averaging and six hours This and the Emperor should exchange tur-Â¬ with a lork and bake quickly The Ca every sir days Sacramento at that time bans in token of good faith The Em terer Horseamd cattle stealing is the prin-- must however refer to the capital and astonished was taken aback Ho earth- Â¬ HOUSEKEEPING Eeror time for reflection toipal crime of this country The ex surrounding district only and Check-Â¬ treaae facility with which animals roam Â¬ quakes of great violence can alone be mated he was compelled to comply Look Upon for Prof Milne was able to It us a Business and Be B79-ing ialargeC tmfencedi natural pastures counted average of an earthquake per with the insidious request Nadirs toxnutic in Your Work trace an maylcagbtandjcarried to markets j turban was glittering with gems Housekeeping should bo conducted on which continually demand large sup day inNagasaku in the extreme south was only itself a plain sheepskin butitÂ¬ headof the Japanese archipelago svstem No business is well conducted jjMek and tke readiness with which af-The Emperor however dis- Â¬ 35erry the English hangman is a gear ter disposing of them the felon may es- played neither chagrin nor sur- Â¬ without systematic rules which are strictTcape and leave no clew by which to tall respectable looking man with the prise his indifference was so great ly adhered to Housekeeping is as much trace him to his lurking place or fasten appearance of a mechanic He is a that Nadir supposed he had been de- Â¬ a business as book keeping though but suspicion upon him encourages Tiun shoemaker by trade but does not work ceived but withdrawing to his tent he dreds to engage in the pursuit of a live now as the executioner is well paid He unfolded the turban and gazing upon few housekeepers ever look at it in that lihood by this illicit means JLaw is gets fifty dollars a head or when there the long coveted stone he exclaimed light There should be a place for every thing to begin with A great deal oi daDy seizing and punishing numbers are more than one fifty dollars for Koh-i-nThe Mountain of Light Â¬ the first twenty five dollars for When the Punjaub was annexed in 1849 vexation of loss of time and extra labor oat this operates so feebly in many por tions of the country remote from the the second and twenty five dollars and the East India Companv took pos- Â¬ results from not having things where seats pfjustice that lynch law iias been for the third with all his expenses session of the Lahore treasury in part thev belong If you are in a hurry to The first essential is nerve payment of the debt due by the Lahore iind any thing it generally happens that summoned to repress the offense and paid provedj asifc should valueless In putÂ¬ and Berry has nerve Binns who pre-Â¬ Government it was stipulated that the it cant be found or if found it has to ting an d to crime The best and ceded him was a braggart and liked Koh-i-nshould be presented to the be hunted for This can all be avoided surest aJadtheTery readiest method of publicty He would smoke his pipe out- Â¬ Queen of England Here happened one by forming the habit of putting each ar-Â¬ checking it would bo to give justices of side half an hour before an execution of the most entertaining incidents and ticle in its proper place and keeping it the peace with a jury jurisdiction of and drink and had an active tongue the last little romance in connection there when not in use It is an easy thfrpnense Animals are now stolen in Now the executioner is obliged to sleep with its history At a meeting of the matter to do this when once the habit is 4hisaeigbborhood sent to Stockton or in jail the night before a hanging Cal East India Board the priceless diamond formed Do not allow yourself to lay some other distant point and there sold craft who was hangman for so many was committed to the care of the illus-Â¬ any thing down wherever it comes If your kitchen baa Procuring fresh supplies in that vicin Â¬ vears was also a shoemaker and like trious John afterward Lord Lawrence handy to do so not conveniences of the kind required the thief hurries to this market of Berry a quiet retiring man ity He received it dropped it intohis waist make them or get them made Insist which be is a frequent visitor and coatpocket and thought no more about on having a set of small drawers in frherfe mules are now urgently wanted THE PLANETS it He went home changed his clothes which to keep spices etc near youi for companies starting to Scotts river for dinner and threw the waistcoat and the Slamath sells the drove he has Interesting facts About Some of Our aside Some time afterward a message mixing table Have these drawers labeled plainly Have a place by itself brought with him and departs like a Heavenly Neighbors came from the Queen to the Governor for such vessels as you use for baking shadow His companions and com- Â¬ Venus so well known to us all as the General Lord Dalhousie ordering and other Rooking Never Jet these peers fill trade this in jewel -- to be at once trans- Â¬ ery avenue and inform him of loveliest object in the heavens the even-Â¬ the mitted to her Lawrence said at the vessels get into any other department every whisper that is in circulation con ing and the morning star resembles board to his brother Honry his brother-in-arm- s This concentrates your labor there will ceraing ixm of the animals he last dis- Â¬ closely our own earth It3 size is al-Â¬ also in the greatness of Indian be no necessity for running here and there for what is wanted When you posed of enabling him if so many be most the same its diameter being 7666 conquest Well send it at once reclaimed as to create suspicion to es-- milesj its day is almost the same length Why you have it said Henry Law-Â¬ want anything you know where it is Let the cape and secrete himself until inquiry rence used afterwad to say how terror and every idea of a place for every thing thing in its place be carried blows over and the charge becomes and its density is rather less than five stricken he was at his own carelessness stale and forgotten that is ibr a month times that of water It revolves around and how he muttered to himself This out in all departments of the house- Â¬ hold To reduce housekeeping to a or two dispatchinghis animals through the sun at a distance of 60000000 miles is the worse trouble I ever got into the hand of some trusty friend of well- - in the space of 224 days Like Mer- Â¬ This mighty chieftain whose eagle eye system you must arrange your work adwhitewashed reputation into town for cury nowever Yenus is moonless and hand were equal to the largest after a plan and let this plan be way hered to Take it up in an orderly purchaser both Passing the earth in the meantime we and iron salelBntthe owner and smallest interests and who saved not as so many others do in a jum Â¬ departed his fears are lost sight of in come to the well known red planet for us our Indian Empire had treated ble doing a little of this now new thefts He may return with jing Â¬ the famous diamond with disrespect ling Spanlskspurs and leather leggings Mars This planet is particularly inter- Â¬ However it was found where he bad put and then a little of that or tryÂ¬ to do half at dozen esting in many points of view Next -- md nourish about the horse markets as and the delightful biographer of JLaw ing same time aGet one things out thing the 5xldivand honorably- as before The to Mercury it is the smallest of the four it In ever feel sure whether rence says establishment of the telegraph between planets its diameter being only 4200 flashing in the diademI of Turk or Mogul of the way before you begin another durprihcipal towns bv startinglight miles little more than half that of the or the uplifted sword of Persian Afghan Think your work over and decide the ning against borse speed and preparing earth or Yenus Its distance from the or Sikh conqueror did it pass through order in which it can be done to the the police everywhere to salute and ar-Â¬ sun is 141000000 miles and it com- Â¬ so strange a crisis or run a greater risk best advantage and having ascertained rest the offender as be entered the town pletes its circuit in 687 days The of being lost forever than when it lay from experiment what that order is would effectually stop the wholesale length of its day does not differ mate- Â¬ forgotten in the waistcoat pocket of make it the dailv programme In a will see household matcattle lifting which now distinguishes rially from that of our own Mars ha3 John Lawrence The Koh-i-nis short time you There Galifornia above all other regions for two moons and one of them pre-Â¬ now preserved in Windsor Castle but a ters moving like clockwork sents a phenomenon unique in the model of the gem is kept in the jewel will be no clash no confusion In do cattle stealing The Legislature has just published system Xo other moon behaves like room of the Tower of London Leisure ing housework it should be the aim of the housekeeper to save time and labor theopulation of the State It is much this one for it goes around Mars Sours as far as possible Where one step will 3ess than I should bave presumed for at about three times every day that is to By having answer never take two least 500001 persons must have en- Â¬ say it goes faster roundMars than Mars THE HANDS and Imagine our things in- - their proper place tered and sojourned- in California does on its own axis How They May Be Protected In Cold knowing just what is to be done at a moon rising and three iises since 1847 of whom it appears about TVeathor oaiHn five now remains the population every twenty four hours Another in- Â¬ particular time you can economize the hands are stained use a handful time and labor to a great extent remain- Â¬ teresting feature in Mars is this We If being 117597 three counties ing unheard from These three would can see through our telescopes what of clean sand in the water rubbing in Some women make half dozen trips to add nearly 8000 to the total as we may seems to be the configuration of its con- Â¬ on the stains This sand can be rinsed the cellar where one would be sufficient estimate the population of California tinents and oceans and also accumula- Â¬ off and kept In a dish for daily use if they worked as well with their heads tion of snow at its poles as they do with their hands They do as bavingbeen in November last 125 We next turn our attention to the Oxalic acid will take off stains but it is not take the trouble to think before goÂ¬ 009 The population of Sacramento County was barelv 11000 in round other group of planets Jupiter Saturn rank poison and dangerous to Bave ing to the cellar or storeroom for one As this census was taken Uranus and Iveptune These are dis Â¬ about it also makes the hands exceed- thing that several other things will be numbers during the cholera and many had fled tinguished by their enormous size im Â¬ ingly harsh They must be washed thor- required from that place All might from the disease wno have now re mense distance from the sun rapid rev- Â¬ oughly in tepid water to insure its en- be brought at the same time and thus turned the population of the countv olution on their own axis and verv tire removal then rubbed with glycerine much time saved and many steps It may be fixed at 14000 9000 of which small density The change from Mars The use of too much glycerine makes pays to think these things out No kitchen should be roomy blogto the dry the balance to the to Jupiter is indeed remarkable TheÂ¬ the hands moist and cold or clammy and settlements in the vicinity and noon latter planet familiar to every ob- very disagreeable to the touch Never woman can do housework well in small the skirts of the county in the mining server of the heavens is indeed a giant hold the hands near the fire while rub- cluttered up rooms Let it be arranged Have a districts This population will doubt among giants In mass it is equal to bing with glycerine as it dries in places as conveniently as possible less e doubled in two years through all the planets put together its diame- Â¬ before penetrating leaving the bands place for the accommodation of dify ter being no less than 85000 miles and harsh clothes and teach the children to put tfcistate3 Overland Monthly its distance from the sun 682000000 Many housekeepers have rough hands all their soiled garments there when mile3 It takes 4332 days to complete in winter which grow very painful they arc exchanged for clean ones This Good Grounds for Hope Its yearly revolution Although of such cracking open on theknuckles the cracks will remove the necessity of making a enormous dimensions it turns on its extending into the palms of the hands trip to every room on wash day Insist Bo you thinkyou will be acquitted own axis in less than ten hours From on having the occupants of each room take their hands out of hot asked a New Tork gentleman of a the small density 138 of Jupiter we They or starch to hang clothes soap- strip the clothing from the beds and suds in the jprczninentxaan who was indicted for should imagine it to be composed In wind If they did not use hot water and hang before the window to air on aris- Â¬ J great part at least of fluid or gaseous the hands were thoroughly dried before ing If this be done by the time the bribery A morning work is out of the way in the maRcr not yec cooiea sumcienuy to going out this wouldbe avoided think so iXs I form land From certain phenomena pair of white woolen stockings cut off kitchen the chamber work cim be atÂ¬ Has your lawyer given you grounds on its surface it is evident that it is rounding at the ankle and sewed across tended to By making it the rule to tolfernkso completely enveloped almost in with a thumb sewed in make a very have everything in its proper place No responded the hopeful client clouds and it is doubtful if we comfortable pair of mittens for hanging other members of the family than the feet I have given bim grounds to think so Pve deeded him afl my real estate have ever actually seen the real solid up and taking off clothes Pin them fast housekeeper can find needed articles nucleus of this planet Jupiter is attend-Â¬ to the slboves with large safety pins be Â¬ readily and without throwing every Â¬ TL Telegram ed by four moons which revolve around fore going out having first stretched thing into confusion Let the bill of him at various distances The study of the arm upward then they will not fareoe varied from day to day When As original method of computing these bodies Is of great interest from come loose and the wrists will be pro- you get hold of a good recipe put it in a tie age of a person was developed re-Â¬ watching their movements we get the tected After bringing in the clothes ii scrap book which should be kept in cently by an Irish washerwoman When first hint of the velocity of light Next the mittens are nut m the clothes pin every kitchen In a short time yon will gkeappeared with her laundry basket a in order in our outward journey comes bag they will be kept clean and in the have a large number of recipes which yotbag- - girl accompanied her How old Saturn at the distance of S84000000 you can rely on and reference to this place was asked miles fiom the sun and taking no less rigjit as jonr daughter 3ary Hands are injured in very cold weath- will suggest variations in the daily food Mary reflected for some moments In than 10759 days to complete its revolu- Â¬ er by lack of protection at the wrists as Never admit anything but a tested and faith mum Bridget was born to day tion round that luminary This planet large veins and arteries are exposed reliable recipe Eyery kitchea should Tim Finnigan died to morrow Let xnouga less tnan Jupiter is stm ot gi- - The blood is chilled in passing into tin have a set of measures and scale for That makes Bridget fourteen canuc- - aimensions 11s ammeter being hands Every one can nothaye hand- use in making cakes and other articles She bad reckoned 71000 miles Saturn is the lightest of some white and shapelv hands bni which must be compounded carefully VvyMra oldmBm -- OWJttna 01 ner aaugnzer irom me aeatn all theplanets its density being only every one can have clean and comf erta and accurately as regards proportions Philadetyhia Call trfiariiiTwrsnJ Cilcoo Time 075 so that If placed in a huge ocean it jbla hands Toledo Blade - of earl j days xc ike neighboirfeoodwas pr dozen la matters of dress the people gfc ia of la England there is now a society me preservation of foornathsV iThe University Press of Oxford has now appliances for printing books in one hundred and fifty languages and dialects Italy exports about fifty million to England annually for which y get an average price of nine cents Feed plenty of carrots and plenty ol hftwftTCr fhintr mr - v ahemt fhia nlanafc a thft - r v ffcT cmrfrtnnj l erram keen the cows warm and vou custom nf rinMwWA it ir I ed What these rings are has longbeen moT haro faily jelldw butter in winter a puzzle to astronomers but the mosfe Diarrhea in calvc3 is successfully plausible expTanati6nseeras to be that they are composed of myriad hosts cf treated by giving the whites ot eggs small meteoric bodies circulating at beaten up with water into an emulsion some distance round the body ot the eight eggs being used to a pint of water planet- - Saturn has no less than eight half a tablespoonful being taken at a moons under its control and if it has dose and repeated every two hours is Chicago Times any inhabitants like ourselves-r-whlc- h not Hbsly however the heavens must One of the merits peculiar to bins be a strange sight to them with these grass as a pasture feed is said to be that eight moons and meteoric swarms the longer it is pastured the more it will CasselPs Magazine yield provided however it is notgraztd too closely and stock is kept from it in the spring until the soil is so dry as to THE PEACOCK THRONE be firm Albany Journal Precious Jewels TXscd For the Ornamenta Â¬ A breast of mutton should cook in tion of the Wonder oiT Delhi about three quarters of an hour First w m would iloat with a fourth of It bulk above the water The most remarkable w w -- HOME AND I FARM - f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Trt j Â¬ Koh-i-nu- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ur ur -- JLg JtaidBff Op HISTORICAL GEMS Alady arired gaatloM la hfa mm Bcre rhe Fresch Crown Jewels and Tkelr pB8dTlaycKrddix X L Sa dos Taylors Cherokee Howaer Probe Fate The gems and jewels ofErance hava Sweet 6xb and Jtftdleia sscei alt eifeer taediciaac for coues crow aad been famous for generations and inter-Â¬ tion TFiter A Taylor Attarta Qu est in them is revived by the report that lFyowffloalypracticJoaregk the Chamber of Deputies have agreed setting steal trap yo willb sirs W at that they should be sold io provide y oar fcast ImSuriuiftetiJFra Praa funds for aged workmen The rich Â¬ lBoometePry ness and value of this great regaliabave Tbe resaoa trbr Iaaaasc leS lb has ottea been been prominent in literature and poli- Â¬ odortkisoftrqrxofed woadered at ifee bad doctor was in Twa tics ever since the remarkable report probably because be befog oe oi tka oM- maue up as Jarga a scnooi made concerning them to the French bullets doctorsnothing but ptueostrick cotb which a Assembly in 1791 In the list then bolt without nausea Heoca e dMifea PalV made there were carefully described Br Rare HercesuKeasanfcPrgatiT tfcaaÂ¬ sugar coated and o larger lets 9547 diamonds 506 pearls 1S4 sap bird shot and are quick to do taairwork of the phires 150 emeralds 71 topazes S Ori- Â¬ For all derangements specific liver bowala ental amethysts 8 Syrian garnets and and stomach tfeey are 8 other stones not designated The es- Â¬ It seems a can strange by retiring1 timate value of these treasures together are tired we little best rsafc that when w with the bijou and mounted parures Chicago Ledger m belonging to the crown amounted to nearly 80000000 francs or about Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription is 6000000 The most famous of these not extolled as a cure all but admirably gems was the diamond known as Le rulfill3a singleness ot purpose beis asaoefc potent6pociiichx those chronic weaknesses Regent valued at 12000000 francs and peculiar to women Particulars In Dr that other diamond equally famous Pierceslarge treatise onDiseaaea peculiar called Le Sancy valued at 1000000 to Women 160 pages sent lor 10 cents in stiimp3 Address Worlds DisrsBiRT francs Medjoax Association 663 Main Street The mysterious theft in September Buffalo N Y 1792 of this magnificent and matchless collection was a nine days1 wonder Evekt brida is beautifol and it la a tsts Many of the finest of these gems have terv where all the plain marded womea never been recovered and time has failed coaia from to reveal the authors of tbat gigantic Rupture theft The Regent diamond was foundin and all diseases ot thepile tumors fisttdae lower bowel except a ditch beside one of the alleys of the cancer radically cared Sead lOceptejn Champ dElysecs When the Little stamps for book Address VTorlds Dis-Medical Association 663 Sain Corporal became Emperor he made T great efforts to restore the national treetBuifaIo to their former beauty and regalia Its the little things sisters value The various countries of Europe the little brothers and that tell especially were searched for the lost gems and it is said that many of them were re- Â¬ PiKEsToorSACHsDaoss cureialsaintttezSc covered Other gems were added to Gtenns Svlphur Soap eals sadljeau tiles 3fc the regalia so that in 1810 there were G EBatixConxSffifO yzr kU fs Corns at Baakae no fewer than 37398 precious stones re- Â¬ Whbk a corded in the inventory of the crown more check rus ones starts on a bask ih you give it the worse it is far In 1849 so many additions had been the bank OS City Derrick made in the meantime the casket con- Â¬ Tms most desirable lair dressing ever tained 64812 gems and precious stones offeredto the public isHalisHairBenewer of all kinds valued at over twenty million francs THEright hand is the most The famous Regent was the founda- Â¬ of the body It never gets left tion of the fortune of William Pitt British Governor of Madras who bought If afflicted with Sore Eyea use Dr Isaac it of a Parsee merchant for 60000 Thompoa8EyeWaterIrusgistasellit23c Pitt took it to London had it cut and an ice cream fiend Wnt then offered it for sale The royal matory fs Because he is a cream like a cro-ater house of Great Britain declined to pur-Â¬ chase it and afterward it was bought Pitysiciaus prescribe Ay era Cherry Eecfr through the Duke of Orleans Regent oralon account of itsgsBatcurative powers of France during the minority of Louis A CORJTER in pork the tip of the pigs XV for 3875000 francs That was GhrQnicli Ttegrsph 1717 and 1791 a commission of ex-Â¬ ear TUUburgh in ports placed its value at 12000000 Xo Opium in Pisos Cure for Constimp francs and even that sum is exceeded fcion Cures where other remedies fail 25c by the valuation of the present time It Tooth nc Getting acquainted with found its way to Holland where Napo- Â¬ leon cast eyes upon it and when his cross-- dog Sot Springs 2Ve fortunes improved he recovered it and had it set in the handle of the sword of Since then it has been removed state and so arranged in its setting as to be placed at will either in the crown or used separately TRADE Vw7 MARK The jewels of the crown were displayed to the public during the Universal Ex- Â¬ position at Paris in 1855 Since then there have been valuable additions made to the Louvre collection the most recent and noted being that of the gOttwureftr late Mme Thiers who possessed a rare jewel a necklace of precious stones of Free from Opiates metlce atta ttiscn the sixteenth workmanship and re- Â¬ garded as without a rival in Europe except among the regalia preserved at SURE PROMPT St Petersburg Lmcugv j7iir jcean av ntTinrjra ivn TtrTT ur sTstrfef a QmsrioM T1 Browns ift- - o Bitters -- j cr C - r twvwt wmwwWH wyggg sg skfiflKMtth SWii jhwst oc JLiNMNfeJI SfiUYR In mauwttM 9aBWW SI 1 fclRLiil OtMt MMW 1 HeiMiwftt Afceaaa Tbsfcfcaintil to m baaftfarefcrate4 krnwt aw Ikw 3Btviwl 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at SScenta andSlC0 per bottle 661 ARTISTS i aJ- promptly answered- A Vermont school boy who was asked what was the longest day in the year m Flower StrpplIeS Bead for TSflous citaoKaiC Mall orders solicited BTTKJLX7S X1WV or Sunday An ZS3XZB8PetOsemjuUr OiUfli which heis amahagerj the capital of J01land J Selt made man examining school of Now bo v whats Hsir gf sweet mm km n mum tree of the mm Wm II free in Jill r3teitbodEjaK Betas If BaaseuCavrMi9S0u2trS8arstinilaM Wfrtn nt Exaenaes - miirist Co ia Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mower is the latest appellation given the dude It is to be hoped the binder and thrasher will promptly follow Chicago Inter Ocean WAJLXE A rrJLXIAtS Atlanta CSsu HAIR Wl3BB and TTares sent CLOD any where Whoesile 4ndretaIT price lUtj c StreAl colis waasaa arujicsaa Treated ami esrsd without It Ledger When would you expect a man to suffer Whftn he has from a stitch in his side IT been hemmed in by a crowd y CONTAGIOUS i am a native eouatrjr I OUCM Book ob tretmenesenS free Addra JVLPOSDJJXvAnrorsEsCaIK engravlcsstree tie ssfs Â¬ ot A Vernon Sqr a re girl is called Earth- Â¬ quake by the boys m that section of the city because she has shook so many of them Chicago Telegram A Camden man has invented an ice velocipede No thank jrou none for ns We have cracked ice two inches thick with the back of our neck off common skates Germantown Independent was corered with sores lr otct my body anffUmbs Finally I completely lost all hope la taat cosatry sad silled fcr America and sraa treated at Booieveitis at JTotthnrham HofpltalEn2landbatwa3Botcarea IsnSercdthamostssoatstnsrpalnsIamr bonesvand orEnglaadVand whCe T was a that I contracted a terrible Wood jxjlson and for two years was under trea tinea t as an out door pattest FnTEBIooded Cattle Sheep Hof fc- --0 j22Z3fcFoQltrydos for sate Catalcgttes with I3t 2rrBoyerACowecesvlIIJx AiTJC E 107T thIscltyasweUasbyaTroaiIneatpaysclaa Â¬ York haTiaeBOCOBaectioawSth the hospital Isatr theadrcrusenent of Swift Specific sad 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