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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - i - MnHM UK XJ I The Hazel Green Herald L dr- - - j - r S3 lis Mww 4 r LMt SEiCEIl CMfER Owner ivi Ediisr THE HERALD OE A EOIST WOBU WITH 2TEWS FROM ALL iTATIOSTS 14 1886 100 A YEAR Always m volume n BY THE SEA la aatee ywc tay buds 4rew close to w kwt ywtr Mwb comeate go aa4 T sick tfee smile the tear e8 yim whispered soft and low Ware mrneAc te xstee ear XJmM HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY JULY ads more often when disturbed in cd in many part more especially in tnc will slink oiT with niu Territories the day time in iormer uays almost a surly growl of fear This rule every village possessed two or three however certainly does not hold guns now however only certain in Â¬ ood with equal force after nightfall dividuals bearing a lrense from the Then wild animals are on the prowl authorities carry firearms and in con- Â¬ after prey and they seem to be per-Â¬ sequence wild animals ve not sufficient- Â¬ fectly aware of the advantage they pos- Â¬ ly killed down sess over human being of a vision spe Â¬ The leopard is particularly addicted to cially adapted by nature to penetrate the carrying off dogs The animal will sel- Â¬ pitchy darkness of the night Not only dom face a powerful dog in the open therefore is there a greater probability but by creeping up unperceived and of travelers meeting with dangerous waiting for a favorable opportunity it animals when passing through the for- Â¬ suddenly takes the dog at a disadvan- Â¬ est after sunset bur the tiger and his tage fastening on to its neck and sel- Â¬ comrades of the jungle are Sien bolder dom quitting its hold till thestrength of and more to be feared and though the its victim is exhausted In spite of broad tiger be a coward at heart yet under iron collars garnished with spikes for a cover of darkness and perhaps pinched protection large sized valuable sheep- Â¬ with hunger the sound of voices in the dogs are very often carried off by leop-Â¬ dead stillness of the night entices the ards in the valleys of the Himalaya brute to approach the roadway and a A number of deaths are annually laid string of defenceless natives passing to the charge of the bear tribe Wood- Â¬ within a few yards of his lurking place cutters are often brought in terribly torn still further awakens his evil instincts and disfigured Sometimes individual The temptation proves too great and cases occur when the bear attacks a man with a bound he springs upon one of without the slightest provocation A the hapless travelers and carries off his she bear cubs is perhaps with shrieking victim beings more jealous of human In the year 1883 no fewer than forty approaching her youth than any other seven tliousand four hundred and quadruped She will at such times furi- Â¬ seventy eight head of cattle were ously attack and pursue any one com- Â¬ devoured by wild animals and there ing near to her whelps often inflicting can no doubt be that the terrible wounds with her teeth and tiger is extremely mischievous in this claws but never as we so constantly respect and in consequence lays a very read does she on coming to close severe tax on natives inhabiting vil Â¬ quarters attempt to hug or squeeze a lages bordering upon large forests or man in her powerful grasp Though anywhere near to hs stronghold A in general nocturnal all three species pair of royal tigers will probably kill of the Indian bear will sometimes be and devour from ten to twelve bullocks met with in the day time more espe- Â¬ of large size within a months time cially during the rainy season when the aud a tigress with two or three nearly green and jungle grow thick and mat-Â¬ full grown cubs is still more destructive ted At such times in The latter not content with pulling spots where the forest remains undis- Â¬ down cattle for food will often out of turbed the Himalayan black bear will pure mischief destroy two and three at be met with searching for acorns be-Â¬ a time low clumps of oak trees or amidst the There are tigers which live almost en- Â¬ branches gathering the fruit and just tirely on large game such as deer before nightfall a black shuffling ob- Â¬ wild pigs seldom approaching villages ject will sometimes be met with on the or the haunts of man but unfortu- Â¬ public road But as a rule if left alone nately the great majority depend almost a bear will seldom molest a human be- Â¬ entirely on cattle for food and this is ing not to be wondered at The ruminants One other animal of the carnivora of the forest are timid restless crea- Â¬ the Bhcria or Indian wolf has to tures ever on the lookout against dan- Â¬ be noted to complete the list and this ger so that it happens constantly that animal justly carries a bad reputation in spite of the crafty noiseless approach for destroying life There is something of their striped enemy he is discovered peculiar horrible in the character of ere he can creep to within tpringing the Indian- - wolf He hardly ever will distance The tiger however is often face a man or woman but makes chil- Â¬ more successful when lying in wait dren his chief prey In some of the hard by some pool of water in the northern portions more especially jungles After a long hot day towards Oude and parts of Rohilkund as also nightfall deer parched with thirst are throughout the northwestern provinces often impatient to reach the precious of Bengal the loss of life from wolves water and incautiously approach with- Â¬ is terribly great BalloxCs Monthly out perceiving their hidden enemy But the tiger soon discovers that he can PAGANINIS LOVE provide himself with food with far less trouble and exertion bypreying on cattle Improbable Stories Told of the Great Vio- Â¬ Not only is stalking them easy when linists Experiences the herd is grazing cs the outskirts of Paganini naturally could not avoid the jungle but often unlike deer which bound away almost immediately pressing invitations to Paris but he on discovering their lurking enemy a first accepted a permanent position at herd of cattle will stand spell bound the court of Lucca where it is said he paralyzed with fear their whole atten- Â¬ fell madly in love with one of the tion fixed upon the striped marauder dames dc palais whose unbounded ad- Â¬ groveling along the ground and rapidly miration of Pagauinis genius made approaching to within springing dis- him believe that his passion was recip- Â¬ trance Then when too late to make It is not exactly known their escape the foolish creatures turn rocated to fly but with a bound the tiger is whether this was so but owing to his upon theni and seizing a victim in his extremely nervous organization and terrible grip brings it to the ground weak constitution exhausted after a and kills it with one wrench of his pow- Â¬ certain time by a series of concerts it was his habit to withdraw for a short erful jaws The Asiatic lion from certain char- Â¬ time from public performance to gathacteristics such as the almost total want er new strength and energy It is of of a mane in the male and its smaller such temporary retirement that his en- Â¬ size was formerly held to be of a differ- Â¬ emies jealous of his unprecedented suc ent species fronTthe lion of Africa but sesses took advantage to say first that naturalists are now inclined to consider he murdered llis wife winch would the two animals identical Little is have been difficult to prove since he known of the habits of the Indian lion never had a wife and then that he and except in Cutch Guzerat risked prematurely a declaration of love and one or two other spots in the Bom- Â¬ to the aforementioned lady and that bay presidency it has become extremely she complaining of his impertinence rare Sportsmen who have met with obtained an order for his incarceration Since her admira-Â¬ and shot the animal describe it as dan- Â¬ for three month gerous when wounded and followed up tion for the artist was well known and but like the tiger unless provoked the the only doubt is whether she did not Indian lion almost invariably endeavors adore the man as well and since in no to make off on being disturbed 2or country does there exist a law to imdoes the anmal appear to be nearly so prison a man for his feelings so long bold and dangerous after nightfall as is as he does not allow himself to be led the cae with the African lion A away into action incompatible with a crouching lion in long grass or bushes gentleman the story is on the face of it even in comparatively bare open untrue Beyond the improbability of ground is more difScultto distinguish the affair Paganini hearing of the ac than the tiger on account of the tawny cusation proved the falsity of the story Inde exactly matching the color of the and it- collapsed at once Temple Bar surroundings p It may be here mentioned that it is a Facts About Deaf Mutes mistake to suppose that the male lion in its wild state carries the long flowing The law formerly classed deaf and mane that we see in specimens shut up dumb persons with idiots and madmen in cages The lion often inhabits dense thorny thickets and Ids mane from and would not permit them to form a constant combing and wear and tear contract This was because no mode ol when passing through prickly bushes teaching them was formerly known It becomes shortened in a measure and is not strange that these unfortunates wants the flowing luxuriance of hair so should seem to be slow of intellect marked in our caged specimens The since the absence of hearing cuts them Indian lion though an inveterate off wholly from a most important killer like his striped brother sel- Â¬ avenue of knowledge But the discov-Â¬ dom if ever takes to devouring human ery of methods of instructing them has beings shown that the imperfect mental power The panther and leopard both in a of this class is not due to natural inca great measure bear a similar pacity but to undeveloped abilities character to the roval tiger j and now many most intelligent persons uiey tciuoni win atiacK man unless fnrl in tlin win Iv nt iln provoked driven to bay or wounded Pnrsnns who have hppnmp rlpnf in lifnr when like all the larger felidaj they be- - life having had the advantage of hear come highly dangerous and lives are ingin vouth and learned to read and often lost in their pursuit on foot- - In speak are not injured in mind thereby stances now and again occur of both Beefhoven the great musical composer these animals showing unusual ferocity became deaf when about forty years and taking to man killing but for- Â¬ old and subsequently wrote some of tunately this habit is exceptional The his finest works Chicago Inlcr Ocean panther of Central India a large powerful beast is held to be by many Increasing the Suspense exyerienced sportsmen as also by na- Â¬ tive hunters a more dangerous animal A murderer under sentence of death to cope with than the tiger and both had a number of influential friendn who panther and leopard ascend trees with facility a power fortunately denied to were exerting themselves to secure a respite from the Governor The sheriff the tiger Not many years ago an officer seated believed in capital punishment but he in a tree in company with a native was a charitably disposed man and had fired at a panther passing below been doing a good deal of running wounding the creature severely The around for his doomed guest One panther sprang up the trunk of the tree morning he returned from such a trip dragged the unfortunate sportsman and went to the prisoner down to the ground mauling him so Well said the man eagerly well dreadfully that he died soon after and what did the Governor sayr actually ascended the tree a second time My deai sir he hasnt said anything and kilied the slukaree yet He wants time to think The panther like the tiger is direfully Good heavens man This sus mi hievous in killing cattle and the pense is terrible exclaimed the crimi leopard continually harries the flocks nal dramatically and herds of the villagers often taking Dont mention it responded the up its abode with a few hundred yards sheriff in a cheerful tone it aint ot the houses- - Since the time of the anything to what it will be if the Indian mutiny when the country was Governor doesnt intorfere Washing iisarmed leopards have greatly increas- - Ion Gritic out-of-the-w- ay NUMBER 20 A A DARK MYSTERY I J4 2Z ellBr w W We mm r Jove woald sever change W idjw Ah at pan oat know Vt seeats so strange WMte JHe eh 14 kn Twfi Jast a year ago Tr Aatadtee Krate SMMf we w yeuag dream rwtntaar SeeMe ttoe JMratsrtar fi preeeaee sade the whole earth seem lve8 The Extraordinary Incidents ot a Trip On Lake 3IIcliiun We had no sooner left Petoskey than something got into the old steamboat She began to bow and duck and kick up and perform in such a queer manner that we held a meeting and appointed a committee to wait on the captain and IfrAt 4ysr May feaads U4omtcitoptoe Wee sttwilteg twesty yard ace - Oi at the jatiow sends saarried bw apart Sostm Courier I aw Mt prese yoa to sav heart Asa kiss year Fowybrow- DANGERS OF THE JUNGLE Terrible JjOs of Xdfe From Beast aad Reptile The accounts published from time to Um fey the government of India showÂ¬ ing the Joss of life occasioned annually by ssake htaes and the ravages of wild Hinimwls still bear witness to a terrible mortality attributable to these scourges aad we might add afford a clear proof thai the present exertious of the govern naet of India are inadequate for the purpose The latest returns tell the truly awful tale that in the year 1883 upwards of twenty two thousand lives were lost from Hie above mentioned causes ISTor can the returns rendered by iistrict officers be considered as altogether complete or satisfactory for owing to the apathy of the natives of India sad the almost universal belief ssoag them of the decrees of fate masy oases of snake bite are never reÂ¬ ported and altogether escape the notice f the authorities Tfcea again it should be remembered that the government returns which give the number of deaths attributable to sakes aad wild beasts only include caeee in British India leaving altogether unrecorded the mortality from the same caases large independent states such as Jeypwc Gwalior Rewah and man others Moreover the British system of keejMHg down wild beasts and noxious reptiles does not obtain in these large tracts of territory under independent Rajahs There natives are not encour-Â¬ aged by rewards to make the destruc Â¬ tion of tigers panthers and others of tfe feMse as also cobras and other deadly snakes a genuine pursuit and naieaaw of gaining a livelihood Thus it t pass that in parse away from British jurisdiction ihejss sf fife from the above mentioned carnage shows little or no diminu Â¬ tion bat remains very much as in the days of old J AaaoogthewiH animals figuring in the list as destructive to human life the tiger naturally holds a prominent place tie deaths of no fewer than nine hun Â¬ dred and eighty five human beings are ladfc his charge and yet the animal if let unmolested and not provoked in yway will seldom attack human bajSgs The truth is tigers as a rule are cowards only too willing to slink away on the approach of man In former years when tigers were much mere common than they are man eaters were by nomeans rare it was in those times nothing uncommon to ear of high roads stopped large tracts of country left uncultivated vil- Â¬ lages deserted and permitted to fall to rana owing to the ravages of these dreadful creatures Xow however man eaters have been nearly extermi- Â¬ nated occasionally one is heard of bat almost invariably his evil deeds attract the attention of the civil officer of the district and an organized expedition Is seat in ueareh of the marauder and eventually the animal is killed either by the --rific of an English sportsman or bys- the matchlock of some local shikaree How then it will naturally be asked if man eaters are so rare does it come to pass that nearly a thousand unfortunate creatures lost their livas in a single year by tigers In the first place although man eating tigers are now fortunately rare yet there can be no doubt tlutt he tiger when suddenly come upon in hib lair or met accidentÂ¬ ally face to face when on the move will on the spur of the moment more from fear probably than anything ole strike down any one barring iiis wav and pass swiftly on Ca nalties of this kind often occur in wooded parts of the country A tigress with young is es Â¬ pecially dangerous and will often furiously attack any one approaching the spot where the cubs are Again cattle keepers or gxcaXias as thev are termed in Bengal often lose their lives by courageously exposing themselves when endeavoring to rescue some one of their charges from the clutches of the destroyer At such times the tiger is especially dangerous He has probablv tasted blood and often will not surren- Â¬ der his prey without a struggle Should a body of men keeping close together approach him as he crouches growling behind the bullock he has drago ecl to the ground he will sometimes slowlv and reluctantly beat a retreat but often rendered furious by a shower of sticks and stones cast at him and by the shouts of his daring assailants he charges out with flashing eye and a roar oi rage and strikes down one or more of his asÂ¬ sailants A prevalent cause of death occasioned by snake bites etc is the almost univ Â¬ ersal habit among the poorer class of natives of traveling by night during the Lot weather months It is exceptional to meet with a cobra during the day- Â¬ time but after sunset reptiles sally forth in iearch of food A native generally speaking walks barefooted or wears only a low shoe which affords no pro Â¬ tection 1o the ankle or leg In the dark jioss ho treads upon or touches some deadly snake is immediately bitten and probably before daylight lies a corpse by the roadside The same reckless custom of passing after sunset through jungles jnuabited by ail kinds of wild beasts is though in a less degree a con- Â¬ stant source of danger frequently endÂ¬ ing in death It has already been re snarked that the tiger if left unmolest- Â¬ ed vtHI seldom interfere with man but eo6 ask for information The committee never returned Whether the captain threw em overboard or they got tired out and lay down under the piano to rest we never knew Pretty soon after tnat Lake Michigan began to act like a born fool It would rear up in front and kick up behind and such horse play on the part of a lake fifteen thousand or twenty thous- Â¬ and years old wis disgusting We held another meeting but as we failed to fasten the responsibility on any particu- Â¬ lar person no resolutions were passed I have always been sorry we didnt lay it to Christopher Columbus and give his memory hail Columbia Half an hour after being out it seem-Â¬ ed as if some one ought logo to the captain and ask him if there was any particular object in the boat behaving in such a manner A man on the wharf might be greatly amused to see a steamboat trying to stand on its head but a man aboard of her takes it more seriously There was a fat woman from Chicago among us who insisted that it was altogether irregular and be- Â¬ yond endurance and she started out to tell the Captain The next time I saw her she lay under one of the tables her head jammed into a basket of huckle- Â¬ berries and her feet kicking the ribs of a dving voung man Some folks might think it made a difference to a passenger which end the boat stood on but we really couldnt see any It was wlicn she rolled from side to side that we felt relief During these rolls we were pretty sure of bring Â¬ ing up against a sofa instead of a piano and we could feel the difference right off We were very friendly for a mixed crowd There were some Chicago aris- Â¬ tocrats aboard but they went with the rest and made no objections I saw a lumberman worth a million dollars pitch head first under a table in the society of a half breed Indian worth less than two dollars and he never raised an objection when the Indian came out on top The friendly spirit cropped out m suggestions We sug- Â¬ gested lemons peppermint sassafras ammonia camphor and various other things and a man who had a pint of cod liver oil in his saehel generously offered to divide with the assemblage We passed a resolution of thanks but he had gone to rest before he could be There were several tiling I wanted to speak to the captain about but for some reason he held aloof from me I wanted to ask 1 out-of-the-- notified 2 lake Will we ever reach port How deep is this part of the Â¬ now-a-da- ys 3 Dont you think you could stand three months on dry land 4 Why not try castor oil Ill donate a four ounce bottle 5 Is sucking the head of a caneany better than biting the leg of a table 6 Do you think the condiKtfof this boat is guided by honorable motives 7 Why not give a fellow his choice between cholera and seasickness As I said the captain held aloof but he was serene in the presence of such a- hunted him and asked him to head the old boat for the bottom and end the un- Â¬ certainty He acted as unconcerned as LICK TELESCOPE Interesting1 Points About the Largest In sirunient of the Kind Ever Made Passengers out of Boston on the Bos- Â¬ ton Albany railroad may have noticed just across the Charles river at the first bridge out of the eity and opposite Cot- Â¬ tage Farm station a handsome resi- Â¬ dence and back of it a low round top observatory and outside near it along white model of a telescope and m the same yard a two story brick building The building is the factory where the great Russian telescope was made as well is many others also famous and where work is now going on for the Lick telescope which will Tie the laigest in the world Of the two discs of glass each one yard in diameter for the Lick glass has telescope flint the been made a long time- but the crown glass although ordered five years ago was 6nly received by the Clarks in September last It was made after repeated trials and failures at an establishment near Paris the only one that could get out such a piece of work Each glass cost 25000 in the rough and they can not be finished before fall At first machinery could do a little rough grading but for months past the bare hand only has been used in apply Â¬ ing Jthe polishing substance which is rough The glasses have now reached a stage Avhere the removal of the small portion of the surface in ths wrong place would ruin them They are fre- Â¬ quently tested set in a circular iron frame called a cell No instruments can be Used for the test but the long experience of the Clarks has given them a judgment which is unerring The tests will be made in the model of the telescope outside the building This model is of the size of the proposed Lick telescope and is fifty seven feet long These two lenses are set sk inches apart in their iron frame has which openings to allow of the glasses being properly cleaned on each side Lenses and frame together weigh over 700 pound Whiie even thing now appears to be perfect some slight defect in the glass that has not yet appeared or an acc- Â¬ ident may render useless all the labor o months When completed the great telescope will be placed in the observa- Â¬ tory on Mount Hamilton in Santa Clara County Cal Sir James Lick left inhis will for the purpose of con- Â¬ structing the necessary building and for a telescope superior to arid more powerful than any yet made An as- Â¬ tronomer has stated that his telescope will bring the moon 240000 miles dis- Â¬ tant within apparently a hundred miles of the beholder It will cost 60 000 and will bjS covered by a steel dome seventy five fett in diameter weighing ninety five tons Besiders the observa- Â¬ tory there are many other buildings con Â¬ taining all the valuable instruments necessary for a complete establishment to carry out Mr Licks intentions The citizens of Santa Clara County have built a road to the summt of theinoun taiir at a cost of 78000 Hartford THE 700-000 Just then he heard Mrs Dominick READING JOE THE YOUXG say Yes there are a great many wife our Jack and Nan and L Now Nan Is seven and Jack Is ten How many Tickets shall I bur Jack pays half fare and Nan pays none Though with her dolls she Alls a seat However stern conductors are They give her only giauces sweeL But this year Nan her kitten takes A little purring playful thing While Jacky has a grave younir pue Which everywhere hes bound to bring Nan has a long legged Brahma chick She loves that pet with ail her heart And Jacky owns three pretty doves From which he can not bear to part In cajre and basket say the two Well covered up our pets can go They have no doubts but I have mine And this is what I want to know If the cat mews the puppy bark3 And if the doves at once all coo And if the Brahma chicken crows As the conductor passes through What will ne say How will he look What shall 1 do in my despair Can I for such a tribe hand up Our tickets two and one halt fare Were going this year to Littleton My wife our Jack and Nan and I Dotr cat three dolls three doves a chick How many tickets shall I buy M Xu B Brandt in SL XichtXai PAPAS PUZZLE Were going this jear to Littleton My NO MOTHER The Poor Chicken Horn and Raised In an Incubator They were very pretty yellow chick- Â¬ ens and looked as much alike as two peas but as far as I know they were not related Each had started out from its separate house to take a walk knowing nothing of each other till they met in the meadow where they were hunting bugs They were so in- Â¬ tent on their business that they stood on the very edge of the brook that sep Â¬ arated them before they saw each Oh other exclaimed Daisy very much startled who are you Yel answered he with a very lowlegs sharp look at Daisy who looked so dainty and well bred every feather in In- Â¬ perfect order and eyes like stars Daisy-dian thought They always give their children queer names 1 wonder how he got here I am so thankful that big brook is between us and Daisy moved a little further from the edge What is your name Daisy chickens that have no mother and its a great cruelty and should not be alÂ¬ lowed Yes they etc just as nice as chickens with mothers and deserve great deal more credit for good beÂ¬ havior than chickens with mothers to tell them what is right Daisy I often wonder what would have become of you if you had been an incubator chicken for I must my ohiUL that you cause me a great deal of trouble You run away when you know how that frightensand distresses me-- Yon always quarrel with other children to get the biggest piece and the bost there is to eat You are troublesome but love you my darling And Mrs Dominick pressed Daisy closely to her with her wings Poor Yellowlegs He was never lonesome before Now the tears stood in his eyes as he walked slowly through the tall gass toward the big baru She said mothers were lovely and they are I know if I had one would never rnn away or fight with the other children Love must be a great help to make one do right Mothers ar love Oh I want a mother sobbed Yellowlegs as he ran to the corner and flew up to the perch without noticing the good supper Catherine had thrown out for the chickens There said Catherine to John who was helping her that chicken has been off in the damp grass and now it has the pip- People never understand a chicken feelings some think thoy are without feelings but if you had seen YHow legs that night in the barn you would have known how sad and lonasoxneche felt because he had no mother to love him and to love- - Christian Union i j sy f A MOTHERS ADVICE for Health In All Tour Plans Dont Neglect to Plan My boy you with the bright eye and springing step and the slightostshadow on your upper lip great plans for the future are forming in that active braim You are going to do grand things when you are a man Whatever vocationyou have chosen you intend to be success Â¬ ful in it And that is right But in all your calculations have you planned to have good health You look as if you thought that a foolish question but I mean it You have not planned to lose time by sickness but have you thought how you may avoid it You supposed sickness was inevitable andT that we had to put up with it when it came Oh no the most of sicknessi might be prevented if we would take the trouble to learn the causes and avoid them I presume you have not read Sir James Pagets statistics where he shows that in England and Wales as much labor is lost each year by illness of laborers as 20000000 of people could do in a week and that would be about what 400000 could do in a year and that docs not count the cripples chronic invalids or professional people or those who live on their incomes Buck says in his Hygiene that 100000 people die every year in the United States from preventable diseases and that 150000 are constantly sick from the same causes Notice he says pre- Â¬ ventable Now are you going to be one of that number You will not want to be laid aside with suffering in the midst of your grandest schemes- - What will it cost you to have good health Will it compensate for the trouble Let us count the cost of keeping well First you will have to give up that dainty cigarette which you arc twirling so gracefully in your fingers for it will weaken your nerves impair your digestion dull your brain affect your eyes throat lungs and heart and waste your money Yon will have to avoid all use of wine beer and alcoholic drinks for science has proven that even the moderate drinker is degener Â¬ ating physically and can not endure accident exposure or severe exer- Â¬ tion as can the temperate man You will have to seek your bed at an early hour when others are beginning their rounds of gayety and rise when they are sinking to slumber You will have to avoid the luxurious fare of the epicure and live on the simple food of the philosopher- - You will have to study the laws of your body and obey them at whatever sacrifice It will require moral courage but if youve the true manliness the grit to persevere in spite of ridicule your turn to laugh will come when you in a vigorous useful maturity look upon your friends who flung health away in the service of pleasure and see them l writhing in pain or silent inthegrave Your vitality is like a sum of money put into the bank at your birth afe compound interest You can squander it in youth and enter manhood in physical bankruptcy or you can use it judiciously increase it and begin active life with a capital of vigor that will be the-- most important factor in your success- - In all your plans dont neglect to plan for health Mary A Allen M 2 in ConqregaiionalisL Post a ARCTIC EXPLORATION Nor tl Gallant Victims Claimed by the Insatiate if we were heathens Â¬ - After about an hour the few of us who still sat up drew closer together and a feeling of confidence was manifest Each wanted to unbosom himself to the others Weowned up to stealing hens calves sheep and horses to robbing stores banks and churche- - to murder Â¬ ing drovers and tin peddlers and book agents We all felt better for these confes- Â¬ sions and as we buckled on and shook hands and whspered our sad farewells the hour was im- Â¬ life-preserv- pressive - Whether we went down or got to land in safety I have never been able to remember and I have never met one of the passengers who would come square Â¬ ly out and inform of the truth of the matter Whenever I have accidentally run across one he his seemed to avoid me as if I was a man to be shunned M Quad in Detroit Free Press A There is a terrible fascination about Arctic exploration which not all the dread tragedies that mark its history the hundreds of victims offered up to the Moloch of the North the many gal- Â¬ lant hearts that became forever still in the regions of eternal ice can check Melville who might be supposed to have had enough of polar experience during that awful winter on the Siberian coast when the Jeannette was lost has been impatient ever since to head an expedition m search of that death inclosed point of latitude where never observation has been taken nor the flag of any nation has waved The ex engineer of the Jeannette has sought in vain for finan- Â¬ cial aid for this pet project of his but the most liberal friends of geographical discovery have been deterred by the fate of the Jeannette andGrccly expeditions and the various Governments which once encouraged these enterprises now look upon them with distrust and dread ers at Wrangel Island and tra verse I Siberia after the burning of the vessel now proposes to set out with a party of Esquimaux in the direction of the pole A United States naval officer has also started on a similar expedition What a long and glorious record of adventure heroism suffering ami death Arctic exploration furnishes since the Norsemen and Icelanders first entered Baffins Ba- - over eight centuries ago Histoiy can boast of no nobler list than that of the hardy vovagcrs who braved the terrors of the sea of ice aud pene Â¬ trated the regions of eternal silence The Cabots who discovered this cont nent Sr Hugh Willoughbv and Wil liani Barentz the first victims of that deadly clime Henry Hudson whose discovery of the river and bay that b ar his name overshadows his daring ox dorations bejond Smith Sound Ross arry Franklin McClure McClintock vane Hayes Hall DeLong Greely Schwatka and Nordenskjold are names that will rank as high a- those who led armies or marshalled of in line fleets battle It - lole Colonel Gilder who was with the Rodg BOGUS COUNT His Good Look IIoiv an Enterpriiiujr Swindler Lived on Noblemen are so plentiful in Paris cattle-- that the wonder is an adroit swindler should find it worth his while to assume a title to which he has no right Yet it appears that calling ones self a Marquis Count or Baron helps to obtain credit under false pretenses from the highes class of tradesmen A certain jail bird named Grand who was formerly a shop assistant has thanks to an aristocratic appearance a good tador and his self assumed title of Comte Maurice de Tal houet been making quite a fortune as a swindler The most curious fact in connection with his case was thai jewel Â¬ ers and silver smiths allowed him to carry objects of great value to which while buying relatively cheap trifles ho took a fancy They said in giving ev-Â¬ idence to the police magistrate that had he asked for larger credits the would probably have accorded them he had such an air of genuine wealth He went about in an elegant brougham in which he carried off the articles obtain- Â¬ ed on the strength of his fine appearance and visiting card He was always mak ing wedding presents to fair young rela- fives none of which ot course have been paid for The Comte Maurice de Talhouet is now as an old offender in detention at Mazas pending his trial before the Assize Court Paris Letter - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ headland looking out on the frozen wa- Â¬ ters and the shattered constitutions of those who returned from the polar re- Â¬ I gions have no effect upon Arctic exploration Like the Minotaur the insatiato pole claims its quota of victims regular- Â¬ ly Colonel Gilder ar d Engineer reary however will not take any crews with them but propose to rely entirely upon the natives That is an improvement The Xew York Legislature passed a upon former expeditions Albany Ar-Â¬ bill providing that no minor under the gus age of eighteen and no woman under twenty one shall be employed in any Eggs of Dorkings weigh five pounds manufacturing establishment more than twelve ounces per score Leghorn eggs sixty hours per week and that no child a little over three pounds and Spamsn under thirteen shall be employed in any eggs two pounds fourteen ounces such establishment Chicago Herald to useless utter warn- Â¬ to the Arctic adventurer ings The pole draws him toward it ai the needle even though the pathway be that of death The stories of fearful suffering the stout vessels which have been caught in the deadly embrace of the ice floes the numerous graves that dot every seems ic I dont like it Youre not a flower Daisy is the name of a flower How very rude thought Daisy He must belong to a queer family Oh I forgot He is an Indian My mother called me that because I was white and yellow like a daisy Mother What in the world is that Daisy staggered back Mother Why a mother is a mother Ones own dear mother What is it like She isnt it She is my mother said Daisy indignantly Havent you got a mother 2s o Why I never heard of such a thing before Never heard of a mother Why who takes care of yon JEIow do you sleep with nobody to keep you warm How do vou live with nobodv to love you Why I dont know what you mean about nobody to love yon and Yel lowlegs looked very perplexed Why love love is mothers and they do every thing They keep you under their wings when it is cold they watch for hawks they find worms they keep off all the other chickens so that you can get something to eat Oh mothers do every thing And Daisy stood on tiptoe and stretched her neck to see if she could see her dear moth- Â¬ ers gray dress with the white half moons Where do you live asked Daisy Over in the barn across this field and there are hundreds of us and hun- Â¬ dreds more in the incubator that will be just like us and I can not see but that we look as you do Im sure though that we do not have those nice things vou call mothers I do not believe that you can be the kind of chicken for me to associate with if you never had a mot hor Are you very naughty Im sure I would be if I had no mother No Im not naughty I just hur Â¬ ry round and get something to eat and this is our field Here Daisy looked No one ever very much distressed told me to do any different Do you ever fight over a worm with your brothers and sisters I dont know what they are said Yellowlegs No of course not if you have no mother What is an incubator asked Daisy What is an incubator Why thats as stupid as not knowing what a mother is Why thats where I came from Its a big box lovely and warm and quiet where a man comes and feeds you till you grow so big that you must be taken out and then you live in the barn and when you are big enough they let you come out in the yard and take care of yourself Printing Offices srt Sweden Daisy A bright happy look came into Daisys face Thats Sweden possessed in 1883 only 155 my mother she said printing offices 32 of which were Do let me see a mother begged worked at Stockholm In 1800 there Yellowlegs Please come here mother called were no more than 35 offices in the Daisy And soon the mother and all whole kingdom and of the 35 13 fell the brothers and cisters came in sight to the lot of Stockholm- - In 1800 a Oh Daisy Daisy said Mrs Dom faUing off was noted the numbers be Â¬ inick how you worry me by running ing 30 In the whole kingdom includ Â¬ away And then she kissed Daisy ing only 7 at Stockholm but since that raised her wings and Daisy ran under time the number of printing offices has them but put her head out and said been on the increase 47 in 1823 19 at Mother that pretty chicken over Stockholm oo in 18 10 Stockholm the other side of the brook has no 19 136 in 1870 26 151 in 1S75 20 mother only an incubator and as already stated 186 ia 1883 32 You poor little thing said Mrs The largest office is that of the Ner Â¬ Dominick How I wish that I could mann joint Stock Company with 15 get over to you and take you right printing machines closely followed hy under my wing I hope youve been Norstedt Sons with 14 In all th very kind to him Daisy And the Swedish offices there were working the mother looked down doubtfully at the year before last 1037 aale composiÂ¬ quick tempered little chicken that tors and 210 women compoaftors 250 often made her sad by her naughty pmssmen and 13 woraea at presses pranks Yellowlegs stood onthe bank there were 29S jsiagnmaehiiias 121 and longed to get neirMrs Dominick treadle presses nL 13J haad presses How beautiful she was what lovely In 1843 threwetGkly two eyes she had and her voice was music machines at wori Stockholm ow Why did I not have a mother 117 are there S of ifcei by olcMM mmIi thought Yellowlegs Tmsure I never loby gas oc ket jur r would have left her a minute Star -y il -- pricir - 5 j 3 mssF --- l 5 ST v - i- A llAZKL GbEES HE2ALD 3PEXCER CGOTEB if Editor Democratic Ticket EJeCUwH First Monday j August 1SSG FrCireKJlJd J For Couenweafchs Atiumev HAXFOUD WHJTE of Earn JAMES XAKRS Of Letcher ellKli liLMriet Xoustv Court Clerk DAVID HOrG isfaeriiF U T CENTER irenit Court Cirri Cottaiv Aiionm--- J Coasty Jude G B SWAXGO C IYKIXjs sale ttv G U etc tjcn 1M for ihepnrpoi of taking the -- n f tU voter in aiu district u j to whether spirituous wncMLsormakiijj aorsj- t CascnkKi shall he mTu therein A eopv In the U S Treasury vaults are Si 40- - jeSuSt attest PAYJD nGG Clerk 000000 and but three men have known S93g the combination of the locks --curing I this vast fund the Treasurer Cashier and Yauit Clerk One of these Cashier t Horace Whitney died on the 6th insL after a service of twenty years in the In time Kidney diseases may be prevented Treasury The average sum that passes by purifying renewing and invigorating dally through tin tashiera office is 4 000000 but the transactions of a single the blood with Ayers Sarsaparilla When through debility the action of the kidneys i dav have been known to reach 0000tf- is perverted these organs rob the blood of ooo Stingo iJ0 7KT bottle Hazel GrecjiamlJVaudia ror ial BEST Vl S 1 HARD TIMES a -fl e Be Warned la gj ft y i mUJM Sj DOWN GO THE PBICSS ul i 1 Coroner F1ELDEX COX County choot iipt 30IIN M ROSE - Amomsw AV J yf CKCEY Jailer GEO W 1ILKE Surveyor H BOIXS KASIL W F ELK ESS j 3V are authorized to renounce Thousands of people suller with Imok ache not knowing that in most eases it Is a symptom of diseased kidneaud liv- er which platermd lotion cannot heal The best and safest remedy is Dr J II McLeans Liver and Kid iJv Balm 100 per bottle Sold by it U Swaugo Ha- zel Green and J X Vaughn Catnptou its needed constituent albumen which is passed off in the uriue while worn out matter which they should carry off from the blood is allowed to remain By the use of Ayes Sarsaparilla the kidneys are restored to proper action aud Albu- Â¬ minuria or f Are first class in Material Workmanship and Methods of Construction They are ranriTaled in power and beauty of tone and in genuine excellence far surpass all organs of other Cheaper Than Tou Have Ever Bougnt Befoarc We in particular inrite the attention of RIVER 3FEX and others lo ewr makes ever offered in our coiintry ln5e stock f ULUT1IIXG DRY GOODS c c which we arc-- WELL iiELECTED SJOGlt to supply the deiuauds t all oar tustimers nt Vl sale and Retail which we rROPQssE TO SELL FOR-- UASluor rxdum 1 roduee and Live todc We have often tried tu etablih a trade on s Jfcsk but have as often failed-- We have aLo mtifiI our friends and enstnnieis f DJtATKOrs EFFECTS tF THE CREDLT SYSTE3L ami our iKhtfo to Ulorin uut uuureu uui uktK attention uas Kpm a 4rn m vch tt rifcr mii Xw we intend to establish upon the rnins of the oldT credit svsteM a STKICTLY which will enable us to sell vou sootts j CASsR BUisINEiS eer Ye are now receivinsc another LARCiE AND anety ot VxtxKLs S - and made them as comfortable as we could Dr Williamson of the Presby- Â¬ terian Church in his elegant easy man Â¬ ner delivered the congratulatory and presented the gift In reply to which our hearts overflowing with gratitude 1 returned our thanks my wife heartily concurring in the same Dr Williamson then Invoked Gods blessing upon both donors and recipients at the conclusion of which a the evening was quite warm hy the way of reciprocation we waited xm the merry crowd to an ice lemonade whose appreciation of the same was man- Â¬ ifested in their deportment But there i oue gentleman in lotvn who has been trying to capture one of our children xnd as they were retiring from the par onage he The HeraiaJ came spring- Â¬ ing in the window thinking I suppose that he would catch me off my guard but behold 1 met him as he entered sup prising him In this way He attempted to excuse himself by saying that he Avas looking for his better seven eights whom lie said would -- weigh about one hundrrd and twenty pounds as though he could lose her here but he pressed risht on In the direction of my only son Charlie when I sprang to his rescue and informed him that his lady was in another apartment Now dont you know that If he had contended about the matÂ¬ ter there would have been another pounding since it is a two handed game But we arc all here surrounded liy the luxuries of life So Mr Editor do thy self no harm 3Iany were the presents received all of r hichwe prize very highly Many thanks to those who inaugurated the movement and to the many friends who so heartily acquiesced It was one of the liappiest events of our ivcs and will always be a green spot in onr memory Now may the common course of our Master flourish as the ce- Â¬ dars of Lebanon while we shelter our- Â¬ selves beneath its spreading branches To God be all the praise Â¬ -- Of ilasoflLa ciuwv a candidata fur Con has been nominated by the Republicans the Tenth Kentucky District sub for Judge of the Common Pleas Court jet to the action of the Deruoeratie party - in the district composed of Bourlon Bath Clark Madison and Montgomery are authorized to announce lWe counties CoL H C LILLY of Estill tut a candidate for Circait Judge of the 19th -Sick headache wind on Jsdicial District at the August election j biHouties nausea are the tomach promptly and JSM agreeably banished by Dr J H McLean Little Liver and Kidney Pillets 2w a He Cot a Pounding vial For sale by G B Swango Hazel On hangnails day last past a compa- Â¬ Green and J X Vaughn Campion ny sec about to panih us as the day in- Â¬ For once there will be no iobs rahed dicated but as this kind of punishment is not very popular in this county and through Congnv- towards its close as President Cleveland has announced his they thought to give us a pounding ibencc at the ringing of the 3rethtdist determination to sign no bill until he Church blla Jiandnic partv which hehall have given it a careful readin O repress tel every denomination in town Druggi ts and merchants of either and vicinity gathered near the church marclied talthily up Trim- Â¬ Wolfe Breathitt Morgan or Magoffin They then F Day for any of ble Avenue to the summit of First Ha- Â¬ will call on J T zel Green Hights tne parsonage where Dr Raglands medicines as they are they could be more juccefuiR carry wholesale agents for the counties men- Â¬ iue out their design and all at once we tioned above lieaxd the voice of singers and the mu- Â¬ se that floated out upon the evenii g til - xweiuucKv jjou ressmen are r conveyed the intelligence to us that candidates for re election except Col It came from hearts that beat in sympa- Â¬ rranK u oitom ami lie says he will ac-Â¬ thy with the inmates of the dwelfiug as cept if the people demand his return key ng Hold the fort for I am com- Â¬ When nature fallen and requires help ing etc ruahiug tcthe door to see from recruit her enfeebled enemies with Dr whence it came and what it meant I J McLeans Strengthening Cordial r5 informed that they were having a andH Blood Purifier 100 per bottle Jittle meetinir out there and of course jJds was Jsufnceut to allay ur fears For sale by J B Swaugo Hazel Green They then marclied around to the front and J X Vaughn Camp ton where we welcomed thein to our home As they entered we nnburdened them If there is anything left over from jrrefoi in J T- HON W P TAULBEE Ex Senator John Rennet of Madison Bright s Disease Ms prevented Aycrs Sarsaparilla also prevents inflammation of the kidneys and other disorders of these organs Mrs Jas W Weld Forest Hill tJamaica Plain Mas writes I have had a complica- Â¬ tion of diseases but my greatest trouble has been with my kidneys Four bottles of AVers Sarsaparilla made me feel like a new person as well and strong as ever W M McDonald 4C Summer St Boston Mass bad been troubled for years with Kidney Complaint By the use of AVers Sarsaparilla he not only OVER 67000 SOLD special low prices for etish To aH of our customers having accaunts due we most earnestly elicit to cmc farwanl and nke settlements Yu owe it to us to d so as wull to yuKralv ts honomble men We will sell you goods cheajier than vou bsve ever bought theat befofe we better afford it because we will take no risk on tinus Respectfully sin oiKra4 JT SZSO- F DAY 2SL C3ATiTig ORGHESTROHE SaASaK Prevented the disease from asuming a fatal form but was restored to perfect health John McLellan cor Bridge and Third sts Lowell ilass-- writes For several years I suffered from Dyspepsia and Kidney Complaint tho latter being o severe at times that I could scarcely attend to my work My apatite was poor and I was much emaciated but by using feK jjjfj zvt iiiini jh jlnL r SJL BBtJ Jv TJB PARLOR AUTOMATIC QR8AM npoa which ay one can play well as th bbt airsxctAX Eciioned by the siiT xcncii rtcrux ai U 8r 3TTS to 32JO The Hants Orchestra BV THE SAME and the Clmtimmm ASX THE K5TT IKTEKTOR T Sarsaparilla my appetite and digestion Improved and my health has been perfectly restored Sold by all Druggists ATERSj PIANOS ORGANS AND MUSICAL GOODS Special Catalogue BST Sesd CIO JCOVLtl3 5 Automatic Instruments 3Ead PXICI 8 4o CelestmaSjOrguineites Musical Caskets Tournapfcmea Duckiwn and all othr good actoxitic ivstKC3tnxT3 and mcsic tor aw also xh bt EiivjiiLr are now reeoiwnir the Price 1 Six bottles 5 the Pamell fund in Kentucky it might be utilized for the establishment of home rule in Rowan Prepared by Dr J C Aver Co Lowell Mass V S A i i Dr Raglands Lightning Relief is a sure cure for Rheumatism and Neural- To introduce it we will for a short time give gia J T F Day are wholesale airents away in each count to those likely to make good agents a limited number of our G HU for Eastern Kentucky MAN Â¬ ELECTRIC BELT FREE r Â¬ Ex U S District Attorney George B Corkhill who conducted thepnjsecution of Giteau died at Mt Pleasant Iowa on the 7th iust Cholera Morbus Bloody Flux Cramps Colic and all painful affections Sold by J T and F Day Dr Raglands Lightning Relief cures ELECTRO GALVANIC SUSPENSO Â¬ RY BELTS u positive and unfailing cure for Nervous Debility Weakness Varicocele Loss of Vicor Rheumatism etc sCij Reward paid if every Belt we manufacture does not generate a genuine electric current Address at once G HUMAN BELT AG ENC Y P O Box 17s Brooklyn New York jul4 hek Pianos Emerson Piano Star Pianos Arion Pianos and the matchless Johnston Organs Write for Catalogues and Prices Hardnin Pianos Chickering Pianos Mathus Frozen Creek T7mii DAY ROS f Breathitt t j to be found in the market for iC m County Kentucky Ml hirt sr -- md Int selected tick tf Prepared io Teach institutes J E IvEXDaLL not going to admit that there is more Wholesome Rebuke Editoe of The Hfjld We are A us is the result of education True enough the Bible teaches Thou shalt not kill nor do our children learn from the text books used in our schools to take one anothers lives but our school privi- Â¬ leges are very limited and our young men and boys receive a great del of their education orallv on the street cor 2iers and at other places of resort where our gentlemen of leisure meet to pas their encomiums upon the man who is game as a tiger the man who will fight the man who is dangerous and the wan who will kilL Such language is used not only by our roughs and rowdys buthy the best men we have among us wen who mould our public sentiment H a 3ouug man finds many of the av- Â¬ enues to distinction closedto him be-Â¬ cause of his limited knowledge of books there Is always one road to fame left open He can be game and dangerous and possibly take a fellow beings life 7 t us eulogize the man wlib is dan- Â¬ PROGRAMME thing equal to Ayers Cherry Pectoral gerous among weeds in the cornfield and who kill the prolific blackberrv briar Of tU Wolfe County Sunday school Con- Â¬ It ia the most potent of all the remedies I vention to be held at Hazel Green tbxreby causing two blades of grass to W H Stickler Terra have ever used Thursday July 15 1880 grow where only one grew before Ayers Cherry Haute Iud writes Morning 9 oclock Devotional exercises Xox Dangerous Pectoral cured my wife of a severe lung 1 Organization election of oflicers c Hazel Geken July l affection supposed to be Quick Con- Â¬ 2 Appointment of Committees sumption We now regard the Pectoral Reports of Schools in the County A Box of Tobacco for S200 E M Breck as a household necessity 4 The Sunday school work Kev JI L In order to Introduce our fine Havana Nave enridgc Brainerd Minn writes I Cured brandy peach flavored Turf Afternoon 2 P M devotional exercises am subject to Bronchitis and wherever I chewing tobacco we will express pre- Â¬ Rev It II Fallen go am always sure to have a bottle of paid during the next three months a 2 The pecesshv of the work bv Revs J two pound sample box eontaiuig six IL Kendall J T Picratt and Col Il M Day twelve inch plugs to any address in the 3 Teaching the Lesson by J M Kash Cherry Pectoral and Dr Taulbee Unitetl State- - on receipt of 200 4 The Duty of Parents by Rev G G RUDQLpH FlNZEK ToBACCO Co Ragan W O Mize and G B Swango with me It Is without a rival for the cure Louisville Ky 5 The relation of Christian Women to of brouchial affections the Sunday school by Mrs Spencer Cooper Hon D Si Godscy and Sam Salver PREPARED BY Masked men recently visited the house G to of Joe Ramsey in Rockcastle county schoolThe Relation of Music Revthe Sunday T C Ayer Co Lowell Mass Dr by W O Mize and J IL Fal and after severely beating both Ramsey len by all Druggists For sale and his wife commanded them to leave 7 The Superintendents by H C Hern the country Ramsey tried to sell his don Rev Isaac Murphy and J T Gevedou property in order to leave but failing to Evening 730 r i Devotional Exercises KEENiVADE HOUSE 1 The Relation of the Children to the do so went lo the woods and hung him- Â¬ SS self When found the head was still Church and Sunday school byschool Coinhs FliEXCHBURG KY 2 Earnestness in Sunday work hanging but the body had fallen to the five minute talks by volunteers T J COPE Proprietor ground and been partially devoured by 3 Doxologv aiid Benediction bv Rev hogs His wife had several of them ar- Â¬ J R Kendall Table supplied with all delicacies of the rested and they have been placed under Convention to meet at Christian Churoli season Special attention to commercial a boudicf 300 each tourists Â¬ other parte of the country but whatever of the bloodthirsty spirit there is among lawlessness in Eastern Kentucky than in Of Boonevillc Academy Bonneville Ky aitntiunefs that he is prepared to TLACIt INSTITlTHS during the months f uh Dr Raglands Lightning Relief is the and August and will guarantee satisfaction grandest discovery of the aire for the in every instance The Montgomery coiiim relief of pain For sale bv J T says of hint We teudci F institute of 1 Day Hazel Green Prof Sanders our sincere thanks tor tin earnest manner in which he has labored fin our instruction and expres mtr approbation of the efficient manner in which he has conVIRGINIA Eighteen Professors and Instructors ducted the exercises Agricultural and Mechanical Scientific EngineeringCassicai Hormai School Tnzeu eli County Item for The Herald z iT Charges reasonable mil made known military Tactics Gonimercia and Preparatory Courses of Study on application Address 2D Cedar Bluff June The Cedar PUOK A SANDKBS IHuaCotiinieueemeiit took place on the 24th COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION Boonevillc OwMcv ountv Kv and 25th inst and wa quite a Miece s On For Catalogue and other information Fall term begins Sept 8 til lS86 Thursday the 24th was the public examina Address JAMES 2C PATDSRSOX AY HOUSE Lexington Kentucky tion and on that nhrht the youni men- contest for a prize in declamation the cla containing five voting men Messrs H B UAZKL GltEEN KY M Ceeil C H lVerv G C Maxwell TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK Riv ISAAC MTR PHY Iioi Peery and T A McCinire G C Peerv was The table is supplied with the best in the the Iiapoy contestant and reecivecl the MT STERLING KY prize I owners Poems Ua Friday a liter- Â¬ Market and everv attention given to guests Rates reasonable ary sermon was delivered hv Hev W L Ittchard on of Jefferaonvilie to a large and o attentive audience Friday night there wa a contest for a prize in a elas ot seven J M BrGSTAFF President young ladies in elocution Misses Mairgir Bailey Minnie McGuire Jennie Green j W AY THOMSON Cashier Helen MeGuire Loa McGuire Joie Veu cill and Maria Witten in which Mis Jciinie As a reliable remedy In cases of Croup imtKCTOIUS Green was the successful one but thev all Whooping Cough or sudden Cold3 did well There was also a contcit for a prize in a elas of twentv little bovs and Tami Ciiony and for the prompt relief aud cure of Axdiikw Fkleiu uirls for recitetion of which Master Willie throat and lung diseases AVers Cherry Du R R Drake P Cecil was the happv recipient GoldJ T HiinAxn Pectoral is invaluable Mrs E G Eagerly smith Poems The exercici from bceiu liiWHlv Council Bluffs Iowa writes I consider nintj to ending were interspersed with muAVers Cherry Pectoral a most Important sic by the brass band from Jeffersonville ALACE HOTEL also the piano Mis Carrie potts the muremedy for home Use I have tested Its sic teacher deserves eredit for the manner curative power iu my family many FRENXHBLTU KY in which her class acted for uach one estimes during the past thirty years and J 11 WILLIAMS Proprietor pecially would we name Misses Jennie have never known it to fail It will re- Â¬ Green Lena McGuire Ella Ceeil and Mat The patroine of the traveling public if lieve the most serious affections of tho tic Peer acquitted themselves with credit respectfully invited Table the best and It was an enjoyable occasion large audieverv attention to the comfort of uets throat and lungs whether in children or ences plenty of music and comic songs of adulH Stoddard Petersburg John II which W M Cecil Mattie Peerv and Ella THE JOHN Vs writes I have never found a ined Cecil especially took part Mattie Pecrv niunuiui tureri ly tho Iclne equal to certainly deserved the praise die received in actin Nobodys Darling etc etc Prof Wholesale and Ketnl dealers in Sidney School Furniture Go Bailey had his school well drilled Of the hoarders who were here attending JoiIS LwiGHUN Sole Proprietor school and have left lor their homes are Miss Jomc Yeneill Belfast Miss Jennie SIDNEY OHIO Green Paint Lick Maggie Bailey Bust for the prompt relief of throat aud lung This DonIc lins l ii Adopted In Xonrly Head and Misses Maria Witten Carrie AXI dUeases peculiar to children All the Lending SuIiohIs the Cmiutry Spotts music teacher and Win M Cecil I consider of Jeflersonville It an absolute cure for all such affections NOW IN USE Rev W L Richardson occupied the aud am never without it in the house Methodist pulpit here last Sunday and Jlobcs Kiiritirs Du tiunary Ilohlers M ps Mrs L E Herman 187 Mercer st Jersey Kev C B Letew on Sunday night Both Iiarij Mnp Cii es Nunioritl Frames City writes I htivo always found Eace Seventh fc George Streets preached interesting sermons Diitionurios Anatomical Mmlela Ayers Cherry Pectoral useful In my fam- Â¬ Lnisirs HIurkliDurds Litpiiii It U useless to tell who all and where ily B T Johnson Mt Savage Md Slatintr Hells Crayon they came from that attended the commence- Â¬ For the speedy cure of sudden writes AltiTosropcs ment from beyond the surrounding coun- Â¬ And everything uctdid in a school rocin Colds and for the relief of children afflict- Â¬ G AUK K Y try Z-Writf us for complete cutnlogite Ad Â¬ ed with Croup I have never found any- Â¬ The American flag has been fired upon by Anarchists in Chicago and fears of another riot were entertained CO JOHNSTON Wholesale and Hetaii Dealers D S queenware iioixow ware saddleryhard wake 5rocerie5 vlt flour and pko- docks tinware every kind In fact our itoek U complete in every rtment dd VISIONS of we propose to ttiefcv cap bnnmht siiof boot ncs We can Ever to Drenthitt etnintv ineludins DRY JCOPS NOTIONS I1ATS ell uheaper for cash or prtKluce than any iumo in Eaj tent JkeM- sll yon icood 25 to 50 per cenL ehetiper than those who do bsi- on the credit svstem Our Millinery and Dress Goods Department contains the finest display ever sxhmi in the mountains to which we especially in Â¬ vite the attention of the ladies We will take all kinds of Country Priduee We alsn expect to deal largely in Walnut and Live Stock in Exchange for CMtds Poplar Los Thanking tir fri- ud- pat patronai we oIict a continuance of the same ami earnest li rctjiutall indebt i to tn to come forward and ettleup at once Very res pectf ally vV DAY BROS Prof A SANDEFtS 58 Wei Fourth Street at - CINCIKNATL O fr TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY rli Â¬ Â¬ D The Celebrated Fdolliuil or Instant Dse J Diphtheria Crcnp JUthsa Bronehltia Srenralsla BeriHwc at A taauonsa Saskliis CoachWhoopia Coush Carajxh Ciolara JCora StmoMtt QbeaoM Dtarrhcea Kidney Trontiles and aplnalPlaeaegs Pamphlet free pr x s Jotowaa A Ca aartoa at ad- CTTH23 JOHNSOraODYNE j UN MENT Jy rf- - KoArseness Slisdtta Uodt SCHOOL DESK s Â¬ These Dills were a won arfal dlscoverr Ko other Wee them In the world Win BaatttTvr ra w rcueve au manner or dieeafic uae lnrorraanon orocna esa box is wotta tarn umm is aai oc a sa ac nlus Find ant nhoat theci and vou will alwava iva thinsfnl OoTlll a doaa Hhtattitag free Sold everywhere or sent by sail forJfec to stamp 33r I 8 JOHX3QX Je COL 38 CX 9C J o Sheridans Condition Powdor 13 abaolutoly win siJwiMlkjr pure and hiehly con UJe It ceatraled Ono ounce tiurtae Jhyji1 ta worth a pound of ipiMmm of amt anr other Jcind It te hwsra wwelajsi strictly a medicine to tanU y sua ft tKMjc be triven with food 8old everywhere or sent by aatl Tcr 5 ocsta in stfrw 3 X 4 lto air Uch Us eaaa 1 1 l7JBk JOJC3r903C dc OCX Six casahyoaprttfia prepaid for S50C I DAD SONS I MAKE 2TSW SICS BLOOD PILLS 3tatir lllilrlirftIC I mMfltilLiid is inj t II V Am psA Mil I ira mrk Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SHllLlTolIlPM et ilawit uiutrrvl y ik Imcu t 01 over bujc iuutc lutijc Kitjxr t i p tb iic 4j Miirr T cui9e UBCisc aite counryr out ineir i- - i mc it nm rcuiauouwi ti v J inacMocK t vetmjUjf coatuuies ta til ottr ilac 3 t - a no irr ausc thaa irjrmt aaH xm ore most trcuently the result 4 I k A1- tliilr CtusCnH t t rr nr lrnnlJc and V Ihci bidden M pcrs i l tnajrj a ta tcerh sniwutnticnitin food onrf nrm- iain refusing wh Icsm tLct t -- 1 f titew v in sxri moac ag aa1 nndinsr the tech itiea be assurt these tratctootv are tnuicaiuiv of onas Manra help- Â¬ less ihiM has been tai 1 in tlis BAFAHNESTOCKS n Arri uu f- ESTABLISHED IStT It Is now aeirir siMr years unce t i bIkvic was udercvt i uuedr for Wornix ami frotu thit ttae its rxTraUtin ku stclitilr UuTesil UAtiL or lfi nrvvcsr tSAit im c yutnliabtlitcttrttrety rtttta Worm Cuplccusas rrtafeo Cherry Pectoral AYERS eiiJft kth has t la entriV citII that ormei bnthe I jss 5r4vcljnrte DRY GOODS -- 1625000 CARPETING m n avl aa when wras hare rea Nn the caie It hw been prowl bevaa4 a prelate rate- KWjKrr sbo are iscr crs ltintly with the r hjvrercn iit tcc tcr iceft r first rrmfsr j srcrnzi r virely astaeyexiir tby csbc i rTrm tnjuntt r the bnxly ikcc B V Fohncstock rirtie x t ctjaiaize iiy an PhvjAaA a tr It use t ip their prottice tml tiwrir of themox emjncntof the prafesstoa re tri all pirt oi e wntrv e t fv to snmfotm ssutcas la larr it jverfislU It has reirwnttv boro ta chi rt sjix Jff of tke illness and quaatitws fwrmnswrrre ii vthirrtvlajut 2V 5Ta1I cJKn iwrt l ncaatebv everv pus baser latebe lit jenefaSunlrd tt ret m oee on jwi Oiteely leave uul t esamine cvrr battie he bw of ir Tv Hti iwimc of Hahnkstocx ts nut suocat lie tasx lwk satcarcfiUvtasctattlM initials ate B A Fmisestock aad be souiicd with cothiac elc New FRNicTtv HcfWARD Co 5IO vuisxiBrs no plrssrsinwr3rtzV llaslrtt lUvlae used the crijteat B A Fahnntack VctmUtic a fr NflMNKi BJIVnr Cri FXt-n oi bit PVWC isr mju jein Ii nave a aenitancv In n eor T Jy B A cv Jin- erauntev aal 1 it to have thf f nniinn n z s -desired effect 1 think your rmifuifcvij ot safeiybedis-- i iaaUuse where Vcraufuer ft aeclVd V I pen veil i thtaany Luaur tA THOS It ILINDY M3 J W HUBBARD M D ERMIFUGE et ti iiiff ai tnut tirt til tati r irjif f pi i jra insM 1 rirf 7j mm i mi- JESDHWRTZSGQ b a FnhfiSSSSSTon 4 Co PMstarj PSeli Ptiftiiiia Cincinnati 0 ok dress Sidney flOlv School Furniture Company OHIO iMiraauuiiBii1 iMPOKTirj axd jokiski C B SWAN CO ikleu in- - sidxiy President of the Great GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL OREEX KENTUCKY KKKl S CONSTANTLY ON HAND A W N EALDSMAN LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL CO Tells What Ho Knows of KflL VsOKTliNT -- OF AND Ayers WINTEBSMITHS CHILL CURS OrncK or the Coitri3k Joxnal Louisvujjc Dr UlnUrtmith Sir I waive a rule I have observed for many years the value of your remedy prompt ing ins to iay in reply to your request what I know of your Chill Cure The private assurances of it efficacy I had and the Rood results of us etfects I had observed on Mr R W Meredith who for more aan fifteen yeais has been foreman of my oiuce induced m to test it in ray faxnHy The results The first case was have been entirely satisfactory of two years SUadiBC in which I believe every NOTIONS THISD HAGS k UNION STREETS In fact everything usually kept i a firt cla countrv tore and at ROTTOXf PKICFH Also Mill take in exluue for or in pyiuent of ttnv debt due me all uLd2r iountn TrotUHc and Live Stoek of every description Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready rnade Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinwart Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ ies Stoves and Farming Implements Jls 1 Cincinnati NEW ENTERPRISE AT CAaIPTOX KY The undersigned beg leave to announce that they have recently purenased and will have iu operation iu a few days a first chis B E SOBEETS wrrir Por Qne MonthI -- n I am locatotl at TT rt ni one month 1 will do all kiaa U11501 G Carter Bros AVILOLrXVLE 1 Co 2 Exposure to rough weather getting wetjliviug in damn localities are favor ble to the uontraotion of diseases of the 3Idneis and Bladder As a preventive and for the cure of all Kidney and liver rouble use the valuble remedy Dr J Si McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm WOLFE COUNTY COURT June Term 7tk day of June 1S86 The law having been complied with it is therefore ordered that the Sheriff or other officers whose duty it hall be to hold the election to open a poll in the Campton District No 3 Wolfe county at the August Â¬ J Sievers OE BRAWXER WITH Carson Hardware Go ICY 637 W IViain Street 32ff known remedy had been tried with temporary reÂ¬ lief the chills returning periodically and seemingly Your cure broke them at with increased severity once and there has been no recurrence of them for and will be prepared to card your wool in John A Carter j 717 tr nore than six months The other case wa of a James C5 Carter j milder form and yielded more readily to Other the best manner and and at satisfactory D A Forline IAIN STREET Bring yourwool and have it curded remedies but the chills would return at intervals price Jo C Bethel until your medicine was used since which tirae now several months they have entirely disappeared J JG LOUISVILLE KY From the opportunity I have had tojudgsTdo not express mv belief that your Chill Cure will have charge of die carding machine hesitate to is a valuable specific and performs all you promise and knowing him to he an experienced FOR THE HERALD Very rcpcctfuly for it carder we feel that we ean give satisfac Â¬ The Ixat largest and chouptst local W N HALDEMAN tion Respectfully CAEDING MACHINE Dry Goods and Notions Tl r WreaaonaUe I of WATCHES Bracelet I I 1 - evlclaee Ltce ad vv JEVELR ii also keepiuuianut a sccmIt SulM ri snei 0ld Mr Janies Drake CENTER arer Jr OUBCRIBE LOUISVILLE JETr Foo ale hy J T FI S31ALLEY paper published in the Stated J 1 a yer ot fclLVERlLATED VtXRK and save to money I will takfe in exchange ferwiy 1 VV ULI SILVER and ITOLIX AUAATCnES JEWELRY e repaife by mc will he sold for charges atacaiWt tor in thirty days unless otherif srecate are made I also have a lot of fciMtiN fcouvenir Photograph Albums The Tft4i j are espceMiliy mritcri to eall TTofi receive a liberal natronain I remain --n it i tniiT J T ntr irtw t acjur-in-v- v- Wii ni U AV1 5 -- - - fs J Vil JJS J JWaimiv - -- cr a 5 n tf ILukel Gmeen Herald1 -1 J p adverSseiiHsits inserted posse composed of John Cox RobLDay first insertion and 25 j Lil If onaker John Ward Grant F Bvj d raided a still on Wand v vr allow l Jim Kash fork of Stillwater in this has expired couniyw Thev found the still warm voe nVwcritioM Mer a the of reitsa re-- from a run tubsni n hr before- four tubs of beer three of mash and a barrel janlinw Besides the still fixtures thev found clothing bed clothing cooking KAIEL GREEN KY c Marshal Day said those in TCLY 14 1SS6 vessel WEDNESDAY charge of die still scattered in the hills upon their approach but two of them TIMETABLE Jerry Brewer and another man subse- Â¬ XMf Mckf ani SMitb Atiintic Railway quently came down and talsed with the he allowed CStaard time 22 minutes slower than ML marshal and his men but tmuKing to tliem to return to tue y 1 leaves Mtjterling time 7 a X arrives effect a compromise others awhile find- Siealinj at After ai Kothwell at S40 a m ting that they did not return he seized Xo 2 leaves Kothwril at 9 A M arrives at the stj anj j When the posse was Mt x at - a at jj t pencers on their return thev 3 leave utJtcriiusr at j40 1 M ar i c from ambush some fifty P rives at lUaWHnt 3 0 p M ot- - Uymsr around them but no one be- Xo 4 leave llothwell at 345 1 M arrives They returned the fire at Mt Sterling at 533 1 si j iug wounded S 2 connects-- at Mt Sterling with 1103 v j but finding that thev were at a disadvan-x and Uh r - traiiw on C O railway ij tajre jeft the field without ascertaining for Ltxinpfou Cincinnati ami LuLrnir wTcthcr their shots were effective or not J and 13G j X train on C 4 O from the E v- - v Combs and his f Ltun rXirainfnmtlMVriZfeaiid Cincinnati 3MoHt oniery county coKrt day fecial three sms besides the two above named lewrcs JiAiit well on tliesfil Mouday iu each He said Spencer and his wife treated Ml Stcrlisg iHrtfcl730Ac arriving at Ml Merlin- - him and his men finely one of whom c9ax llernrnmjr leaves Jamea A Xeff we omitted above ur au -- s i zi arriving at iiuieii ai for Ieacs Uothwellgeo ML Sterling at 5 P yi Dr Rutlands Pile Remedy is a sure is HAirii npt cure for Bleeding Piles Blind Piles and all forms of piles Sold by J T F Day Hazel Green LOCAL NEWS r jtfTiinii iI iil c7 wtf mr Deputy t MIj Annie - will e examined at lioodwtuV Hois Fanli Ann It of SalversiHe i Iu L fc Marshal T Day and Ih titt IfMitbHrrrl -- ui -- It is a manifestation of the highest type of civilization and power of Jesus IVw 3L sillier of Richmond Ky w name to reciprocate favors and render Tcgistered at the Pieratt House thanks to the donor for presents receiv- ed And whereas itf r J G Trimble of Mrs Dr Thomas who has been visltin Mt feteriinother donations in Eee for everal weeks returned home which will be Kriunong us in the future noticed by Jxet Sunday has presented the Methodist Church South with a magnificent communion Miss 3faggie Ciissady of Campion is composed of mk visiting the family of Rev Isaac MurÂ¬ j service txvo plates one nieces two heavy goblets pitcher and one phy this place - Do aot forget the Sunday scliool Con rea5on xt this place tomorrow A Vote of Thanks -- at of Lewdly n was a guest J of the x icrail House undav niirht and xl turned home Monday G-- Thomas i 1 Col their case to the Democratic State tral Committee to decide Day and Mai Redwine have left Ceut night and will conduct the S S ConÂ¬ beyond vention at tliis place tomorrow Rev H L Nave arrived on 3fonday laver Therefore be it resolved that it is due nr-- inmw- - mu wc ereby tender him a vote ot tiianks for his handsome do- nation winch manifests an interest in the welfare of the diurch and the cause of Christ at this place and invoke the best Leuedietion of heaven upon him self and family through life and a clear sun setting in the evening of the same and a home among the blest in the vast Â¬ J E Smallcy or Campion spent Sun- Â¬ day last in Hazel Green and his friend July 4th 1SS6 E V Williams Secretary iiere are glad to see him at any time per J R Kendall P C John M Rose of Stillwater Demo- Â¬ Dr Englands Magic Vermifuge is the cratic candidate for County Superintcnd best It is safe and sure Sold by J T st kas received a certificate from the F Day Hazel Green JStatc Board In Unity There is Strength The prayer meeting services in the guesi Xhe Pieratt House Sunday night aud churches at this place last week were the most interesting for a long time and Scftibr Salversvifle Monday greater zeal seemed to possess those who Aunt Caroline Swango mother of attended On Tuesday night a prayer -- Judge and Billy who has been visiting meeting was held iii the Methodist i Missouri aud Illinois fur a year past Church with Dr Williamson conduct in ing the service and Rev J R Kendall returned borne last Wednesday the pastor assisting On Wednesday Mrs John Ward of the Cox Mill niijht the services were opened by Elder ifSghborLood last week sent a specimen Mize at the Christian Church and short of oats to this office the stalks of which addreves were made by Revs J R Kendall Isaac Murphy aud Dr Wil- Â¬ will average over six feet in length liamson after which the congregation Pat Punch and pos se passed through was dismissed with a beautiful ceremony lierc yest rday morning en route to by Elder J M Ka h Thursday night Campion to get the man Jones in jail services were held in the Presbytcriau there who Is charged with murder in Church beinsr conducted by Rev J R Kendall of the Methodist Church after Illinois which Dr WHIiumson the pastor and Judge LurJc visited Maytown one day Elder Mize of the Christian Church In unity there is last ireek and dined with The Herald made short talks eorrespondentf Lick Skillet He de- strength and if the christians continue clares thai a more appropriate nora de to thus combine their strength they will soon down the devil in Hazel Green plume could not have been selected Done by order of the Hazel Green class in church conference assembled J 1C Bates tf Beaver and John B Thompson of Fxunners were of Â¬ Mrs W -- week we have seen and will please Accept our thanks for same She is an- Â¬ other lady who appredates the hardships ers J Wallace of this place last Best Patent Flour ShipstufTs Salt sent us a dozen of the finest Seeds fcc for sale at S S Gaitskills cut-umb- Ml Sterling of a country editor Louisville Ky and Boston Mass desires the merdiauts of Middle and Eastern Kentucky to see his samples before mak Â¬ ing tlnar fall purchases Blackburn representing Warren J B manufacturers of boot and shoes Co I fc WmJ Hendrick of Flemingsburg EV E M Lenam and C A Thayer of Micii were guests of the Day House Sunday night and left for Salyersville Monday moniiug They are for timber and coal in that section pro-peering Averts Pills toses5 the positive virtues of some of the best known medidnal plants prepared and combined with sci entific skill rejecting the crude and drastic portions and retaining only the active principle the part which cures and does not harm H you are sick try Matrimonial Miles Fallen of Gill more Creek and Miss Roena Lucy of Lacy Creek were united in the holy bonds of matrimony last Thursday af- Â¬ ternoon at the residence of Rev H H Little who also officiated as the clergy- Â¬ man The bride is a daughter of Green Lacy and the groom a son of Chas Fal- Â¬ len both of this county and both well known surveyors After the ceremony the bride aud groom with their attend- Â¬ ants Thomas Fallen and Miss Mailic James accompanied by ihe invited guests repaired to the residence of the grooms father There they partook of an elegant repast and all went merry as a marriage bell until the shades of evening when the guests departed for their homes leaving the happy couple to bosk in the sunshine of each others love and dream of their future bliss fcc tbeK Will buy Wool Gcnseng Raa Hides SS Gaitskill Mt Sterling The case of A M Bowling the Rowan county desperado for killing John Gill of 3It- - Sterling which has been pending in ihe Court of Appeals for some time was decided last week The verdict of the lower court 21 years in tlie penitentiary was affirmed He was taken from the Lexington jail to the pen last week Â¬ n f limb about twenty inches in length from a Siberian crab tree beloinrinir to Mrs On Thursday the 1st inst Craig Toli Lou Day which contained forty one ap- ver and Mat Carey had a rotv in a saloon j pies Xow if any of our exchanges can specimens to equal about to at Morehead and Toliver was get away name two to hear from them these we would like shoot Carey but he managed to On the follotvlug Monday writs were is-Â¬ Aunt Easter Wilson of this county sued for the arrest of Toliver Cook aged 93 years a few days since rode Humphrey and Howard Logan Toli- Â¬ horseback across a mountain to visit her ver submitted to arrest but when the son Jack Wilson of Breathitt Sheriff Wm Rainev attempted to arrest the others he was wounded his son shot There is a beautiful Phytolacca De through the t and young Logan re- candra growing in the rear of our office sisting the arrest of his father recdved a wound Troops were tdegraphed for J J Canoy of Spencer is in town the refused to send them guest of the Pieratt House but the Governor unless it became absolutely necessary The following is the Jackson Conven Â¬ tions endorsement of Hon Joe Gardner We the ddegatcs of of Salyersville the 19th Judidal District desire to voice with emphasis our positive conviction that no man in th Suue could marshal more solidly all the forces of Eastern Kentucky under his leadership as candi- Â¬ date for Lieutenant Governor than the Hon Joseph Gardner and that he is Hndlv Invited to announce hirasdf as a candidate far aid office subject to the action of the State Democratic Conven- Â¬ tion and that it would be but a graceful recognition by the State to place this boon in such faithful and meritorious hands- - The Mitchell Wagon for sale at S S this county vas handling a elf cockiug pistol last Sunday and neddentally dis Â¬ Gaitskills Ml Sterling charged It killing his infant child and Apples Charley Sample last week wounding his own little brother who was nursing the child The ball entered the brought to this office a twig one foot in childs left side and passed out the right length which contained twenty seven side cutting off the little boys little lin- Â¬ summer apples and Jim Brown cut a ger and lodging in his clothing Marion Center living on Laurel in Snakes While cutting clover in a field on his Lick Branch farm last week Hon D S Godseys hands killed seven large copperhead snakes A few days previous Charley Sample of Lacy Creek killed two copperheads in his door yard On Sunday the 4th inst while the fam- Â¬ ily were at church a little daughter of Zack Haueys killed a copperhead in the sitting room of the family residence in Morgan eonnty Mr Lykins and ifrs G w Phillip is on tfa siek list daughter n ill o from thereto Mr J Vi I CE1CKET Praters where hh wife ha beeu for a month AEaYTOVX July 7 EHjth Lockhnrt J under medical treatment of Dr Halsey If healdi U such that ihe can travel she on the 4thist had a reunion ofhia ehiNi her nill co we home with her hubaml next j drew at the fiiuitiy resklenoe t thi place j IS WARRANTED Fever OF Monday Mis- - Annie will remain and take j There were nineteen chtMrai and ntml j Ague Intermittent orto cure Fever and Chill Re Unclti Ifcie and hiwife j ehilflren jesent up herschool Monday next mitteot Fever Dumb Ague Bilious Fever Hurst one of the ablest ronne Jaw J 1ad r SPI 11 dinner et tor tliem and Dengue or Break bone Fever Liver ZT ver of tlil place while attending theftem- - ltF had il reerl loveieast t ether We Complaint and all diseases arising from ocratic Convention at Jackson was struck w J611 the Prac aJJ nfart in Malarial poisons hetowed upon idea that he could he Common- - j leir oId B5 with the are uJh good christian peo- i EarpersS C July 9 1SS4 wealtha Attorney of the Nineteenth Jndi whcfeititon lie beeaiue a eandt- - 115 cial District Tor eigJiieeji months suf-LSsRoa Lee Kash commenced the pub date as vour correiiondent understands and started for the upper countrv IleihaE He ehool at this place t hi- - morning with ere - wltb Chills and Fever 7 MVm CkUlS evcilj other day not been neani troni fcince Kosa Lee ioriv two scholars present e- tweU recommended Hud we predict IL M Cecil repurchased the team thresh After trying various remedies Co which was from wat we have seen ofhbr that we Hill m niacliine of liuss ell recommended to cure used a OE bo usrht bv himself ucd others about two 1ave a nrat ciass sciiool uuUer her munave- bottle ofAyers Ague Cure and vearsairoand bold forbalaneeofnurehase uaelt money by Commissioner J M Kash which Judge Link of Hazel Green spent Wed- - liave never since had a dull e nope luat newny in town spinning varus aud deadwas oiu in oy ttusseii s i o UDWIjY RARPER ijoo win use proper inuusiry ami come out beating around PRETARED bt with whole hones yet Bev Y B Daugherty preached two verv Reese BuHding Co Lowell Mass Dr J C Ayer MT STERLING XT James P Hall is preparing to burn an Â¬ able sermons here Saturday uight and Sun place Mr Hall is dav other brick kiln at thi Id by all Druggists a ood workman and is willim to woik Mrs P A Childers A GROSSLX FRAXK GOrVIOS joiix f ecuLEtrTEx Send Campion u fvw more men like Jim in law on Long Branch visitiuc her fathe this week M F BKIXKLBY W B GRUBBS and we will have an inland citv in less thau Everybody busy stacking wheat whtoh teu years and the Kentucky Union railroad GGUVIOfi GROSSMAN GO nirmers report as extra good running through the eenter of it GRUBBS I was informed by John Wireiaan a few Saccess ors to Brinkley Co EREATH1TT COUNTY days ago that he saw a gentleman from Or-Â¬ WHOLESALE atAXTFACTTKESS OF egon run pure stiver out of a rock This ROUSSFU July Joshua Bobbins Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in gentleman i a regular chemist and says ha an old gentleman about 7S vc ars was has found silver ore since he ha beeu pros- Â¬ drowned in Biir Caney a tributary of Quick- - j pecting in this county but nut iu siitScieut sandon June 27th As no one saw him at j quantities to work the time of the accident he is supposed to n The old grocen- of Coon Cable has recent- Â¬ have beeu wading the creek just below his ly been converted into a shoe shop by Sena- Â¬ home where he usually croed On the Tmuinro Tnnnro CtnoU Chnnf irnn tor Irvin J TJrown The exchange and the evening he was drowned the stream was ex- niGj UlliiOto OtUbiti OIICCI IIUIIj articles vended therein are much rawre ac- Â¬ ccedinglv high and no person would have tlapauncd Tinware a Specialty ceptable to eitirens of this place and is been ufe in crossing He was found at the c baring a much better moral influence upon mouth of the creek by a small boy while GG2 W Main St and 201 to 209 Seventh society H fishing who notified Anderson Lovely and kj Sjy Street Isaac Elkius is n caring the completion of Philip Gabbard who were passiatr In a a lint dwelling in bouth Cunpton ami J very fevr minutes the banks were sovered LOUISVILLE KY He was without relatives in Newton Vaughn is having a fine storehouse with friend erected on the corner of the squkre on this countv but left a host of friends to S J GRAOLVy JAS A SIIUTTLEWORTH which his dwelling stands 2sewL i ona of mourn his loss Coroner Green Taulbee was immediately sent for and an inouest the coming men of this place GRAUMAN SHUTTLEWOFfln The Dr James H Stamper writes from Hot heldmen jurv was composed of the follow- Â¬ ing Flija Craft B M McQuinn Rilcv Springs Ark that he does not think the Manufacturers and Jobbers of a water will be any advautage to his eye- - Patton lleurv Hogston Reuben LovelyÂ¬ II t and Win FJdridge An examination re- ft5S ftTi MP but that Uyrd Spradling who is there with vealed a small wound 7 ss 3S on the top of the a J TS r him will be benefitted head about an inch and a half in length iii H V J it VW Kl The wool piefcer which belonged to the which the jury pronounced to be the cause iSJi 9 f M mr S Smallcy that of death but whether inflicted bv human I carding machine of Center 5S3 3 13 it ULHL XfU W has been mislaid ever since lat spring ar- Â¬ hands or not could not tell The iconic rived today and the boys will begin busi Â¬ generally believe it was the result of lloat ness next week ing against some sharp obstacle after drown HENRY F The scull was supposed to have Wen A F Bvrd is teaching a teu days session ing IMMMMl at this place He will commence a five fractured and he was without his pants Nice Vehicles and month tchool at this place as soon as thia when fouud He had floated about two C05 W Main-- axitEET miles A number of witnesses have been term is out For Hire at all times aad wUk Charlie Howe the clever salesman of examined but no proof of guilt has been LOUISVILLE KY reasonable Satis notwill be giventerms times established against any one Trimble Iro Mt Sterling was in our town tion at all a4 Prof John J Dickey bnnght a ron horse DOB XUXXELLY yesterday drumming up the trade for his those wishing to hire a HOIEad of Brooks McQuinn for 75 firm BUGGY ora SADDLE SOXST vriTu Gibson Poider of Salversville is here on Miss Laura Tutt daughter of Dr J F will find it to their interest to cob Tutt who has been confined to her bed for a business trip this week sidt me HOBSES BOASDED hv CO TlILL nine or ten months i no better the single meal day ook or Ho th Dick Wilson Eq of Sellars Morgan jEjEfWhen you Ywt Hasel Green county was with us TucdaJ the 2flth Gilimork July 10 James D Gra- Â¬ L C Khun of Hagar Mugoitin county WHOLESALE SADDLERY put your horse up with me and yo ham of Lee county Va is visiting relatives paid us a flying vi it a few days since will have it well cared for and friends in this viciuity He is a minisXSrWhen you want to hire yo J L Dunlap Manufacturers of LATER FItOM SAME PLACE can hire fronwne- for an hour haB ter of the M E Church South and will RorssHAU July 10 Last Saturday J B Dunlap preach here this afternoon at 3 l M Pro lay day or wefc or longer Slid dies Harness c Graham is a bright young man and will no the Trace Fork of Licking in ilagoflin W G Bariett doubt be heard from many times in the fu- Â¬ county was largely augmented by a terrible 72S PARTIES OMVEYED TO ANY POLNT IN EASTETN KENTUCKY OK and 731 and dealers iu rain storm which caused a flood in the creek ture REASONABLE TERMS Give me a call when vou need anvthuur in my line Main St Very respectfully fcc S E Taulbee stayed with us the other that swept the valley ftlmosfe from hill to H Sdllery Hardware hill destroying the growing crops iu the night He thinks Ureathitt county will roll small bottoms up about 700 majority for J 11 White LOUISVILLE KY Well we will know after the election At the sale of the personally of J S Bob- Â¬ Alford bins deed made by his Alex Hoses little child was interred at DOLL the grave yard at Hro Allison Roses yester- Fugate the following men bought stock at the prices given T II Patton of Whita Successors to HAXLY JUDY day WITH kerville4 hogs at 11 Sam Patton Sr this Joseph Graham is expected to arrive home place 3 hog- at 1150 Joim W Maun 3 from Covington tomorrow Go Rosenberg Hexner hogs at 6 i Uncle It emus Bud Baker and Rutherford Armstrong DEAIXUS IN had a little at night before last in which Successors toRoscnherg Nathan Flexucr MORGAN COUNTY Baker knocked the claret from Armstrongs WHOLEi ALE nose and Armstrong sent Baker to the floor Grassy Creek July 12 W W with a Dutch winder Friends interfered Carpenter School Commis ioner of this and stopped the row ciiuntv aud his board of examiners met at A F Chapman was hit by a large copper- Â¬ AND this place last Saturday for the purpose of head snake a few evening since whih get Â¬ cxaming those uesinng ccrtiltcates to touch ting corn from his crib and the wound World Renowned Sole Agents for M iu thU county There was quite a number caused much pain but he is now better 712 and 714 South Side Main of applicants- - Your correspondent was M F Hounshell of Quicksand Mills has Bet 7th present duriug the first part of the exami- Â¬ gone to Hawes-I-or- k th looking atftera school nation but could not ramaiu until the close W e hope he will Miecead a- - tie is quite a LOUISVILLE KX Judging from the appearance of those being nice voung man examined aud the progress they made Andrew Bucket and wife of WJiitaker while he was present this county will be ville were here on a business trip Saturday EORGE E TUCK well supplied with teachers this year Clint the guests of Preston Craft WITH Bird will teach the school iu this district II K Lee Patton killed a large rattlesnake WHITE GUEEX HLFFAKER and B F McGuire will teach in Dint Xo 21 while plowing ht t week that had tan rattles WholesJile Dealers in The school district on this creek known and a button Stephen Carpenter has been emplnved to us the Murphy District has no school house and as the trustees could not arec as to a teach the Spring Fork school and will com- Â¬ location for a school house they sent for mence soon 61 j est Mam street li J N Ulte Born To the wife of Thomas Canard J 15 ireen the commissioner who came last Friday aud located the site for the school house oh daughter of Isaae llisner on the 27th ult J A- - Hutlaker LOUISVILLE KY se- Â¬ the line between the farms of Dink and a bov Frank Murphy which he thinks will be satisfactory to ihe district Jackson July 0 John E Patrick llev J T Pieratt preaehed at the Grassy of this place hu just returned from Frank- Â¬ The Old Reliable Creek Church hist Saturday at f oeloek fort where he has been for the last two or glad to Â¬ aud at the Long Branch school house Satur three months with timber We are day night and Sunday morning There was have him in our midst again as he is one of PROPRIETORS a large congregation and good order There our leading members ia the prayer meetings has been better order at church in this and Sunday schools neighborhood for the last six months than Mises Lizzie Mcintosh and Sarah Combs ver before which speaks wll for the com- of Jackson left Thursday morning for Stan Â¬ On Commission munity ton where they will attend the Sunday There has been a great deal said through school picnic utter which they will probf Mountain men will do well to consult us Tue Herald about milk stock but now bly pay Miss Maggie Coekreil- - of ilt Ster- Â¬ before offering stock for sale as we believe eomes the cap sheaf Wm B Oakley has ling a visit it will be to their interest a sow that has brought five litters of pigs Intelligence reached here Wednesday as follows The two lirt litters 9 each the that the camp meeting to he heid at Lost elseGIVE US A TKIAL 3d aud 4th 10 each and ih IS making a Creek by Rev T W Barker iu this month grand total of SS Tins can be proven by a is postponed until September as Bro Bar- Â¬ andjvou will stop withus every time number of witnesses ker could not leave home Candidates are becoming verv numerous P ROGERS that men will say things It seems ROBT 31 TRIMBIiE N H TRIMBLE in this county and especially in this pri before theystrange of running for office and think WITH cint We have four for Magistrate to wit when they become cindidat- - d iiy such Win Haveus T II Tcstermau Hiram and even go so far as to itinkc ithluvit to Greer aud Math Hale The present indica Â¬ such SHIPLEY DOiSY GO tions are that somebody will get beaten al- Â¬ John W Taulbee paed through town though there are two to elect Dr David Halsey has rcentlv purchased this week He is a candidate for the oSiee a champion mower sulky rake and cain of County Superintendent AND DEALERS IN mill He now proposes to cure the people Mr Child a rs commenced making hrick I cut their crass rake their hav and irriud last Wednesday with which to build the their cain Jackson Academy Ou Friday last the mill at this place was 3frs James Patrick and daughter of out of nx and mauy were disappointed in Richmond are visiting the family of C J not getting their grinding but the mill will Little Cor 4th and Elm Streets be in shape by next grind day which is TuesW Curd well Circuit fJ county on a canvaiv Clerk is out in day CINCINNATI OHIO George Fugate has been confined to his the Farmers say wheat and oN are verv good room for six week with sore eyes and it is SWAXLE thought at this-- writing that hewili lose one or both of them J T Geredon the silversmith who is now TEEKEWAND ELEftANT located at Hazel Greeu was here last Satur- Â¬ day repairing and selliug watches aud jew HIGH ARIV elrv Jim Wheeler of this place is canvassing u 5 CMr IC r thus countv as a candidate for the office of tM il 3 r ms ia County Judge Wing Vmey s AgueGurfl 4 AYERS SALE J Dry Cood j1 I -- i -- i 1 I CABPETS OIL CLOTHS CLOTHING c C E WILLMOTSa THE BIGG EST BABGAINS EVEB HEABD SOOTS SHOES HATS9 Gome Early and Get ChoiceC E WHLLMOT Notions at - i- - BRINKLEY ud TOVES mWk - J fin inn ynpiipnn Pn ffilMtM Uli iiliiUUi illLLliuUUi uu EHIDLES 74 and 76 Main Street CINCINNATI O m - V tt iiliUiiU a- M mm a Mt it Â¬ cMKMMili m HAZEL GEEEN KY PIERATT Proprietor f ifcrse i DTJNLAP BSOS Â¬ - F PIERATT son-in-la- Â¬ GE JUDY OLDHAM - Mount Sterlings Xy BOOTS SHOES Hardware Queensware Stoves Grates Plows c the TENNESSEE WAGONS The Best and Cheapest Wagon on Wheels The Trade of Wolfe and adjoining counties is respectfully solicited Boots and Shoes ADA BAUIY1 Piicenix Stables Robinson Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well lected Stock of Jones Â¬ JlUkUUllUi Buy and Sell Horses Which he sells Wholesale and Betail as Cheap as they can be bought in the State Give hini a call and be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere you may go JUuuMjLiJU 1 J TRIMBLE BUGS WHOLESALE GROCERS BUY GOODS t Â¬ in i w Ji Ox 10 the i i of order pre ailed Col L II DavHon M M Bed wine E C Orear Prof livdcn if and Hon J Q Ward Judge of the Superior Court addressed the audience with very ap- Â¬ tSSL propriate and able speeches A large dele Â¬ gation from thi place was present and all enjoyed themselves as the people of West Liberty uunlh do ou such occasions Our town has been thronged with visitor this week Among the nmiiv we note Hon M il Bedwinc of Martinsburg 31 W Vowells and Holleran of ilt Sterlin or K JRi5 Srw k 3S33 T J r nC also C W Ilorton at the Kendall House Capt J L Boiviuar aud his most estima- Â¬ ble wife and their bright little son Clav are visiting relatives in our little city TJiey will probably remain several days 3IisH Dora Kawlinga of Mt Sterling aud WOLFE COUNTY 3liss Katie Cecil of Grassy are visiting Camptox July 9 G T Center and 3lrs Cora Cecil Mis Bawling is trying to G W Drake arrested a man by the name of get a class in music at this place Jones- who fills the description of one Ed Misses 3Iary Belle Xickell Ella Cottle Jones- charged with having committed mur- Â¬ Yicie Kendall and Lou Waldeck a bevy of The LA DUDS FAVOHITJD becauao der in Saleia 111 Drake and Center had 3Iorgau beauties have been visiting iu the the reward that irive the description of country several days it is LIGHT HTnTNING- and doe3 Joness The boy think that they have the Usury is agaiu in our midst such beautiful work Agents Pavor Capt T right man and have sent for Judge G B greeting his Jmany friendsr He will remain itebecause itis aquiekand easyseller swaneo and County Attorney Levi Kash to severaldays and will well we wont tell ACKTS WASTED IS UNOCCUPIED TEHEIT9BY give him au examining trial Mr Jones it now stivs that he preached the gospel in Morgan county and was at Hasel Green at a Quar I MUs Hattie the snriehtlv little daughter- sanTCTo terlv Conference held there in ihe year 1331 of J H Cole of the iforgan House hxs reThe reward says that the murder was com- Â¬ turned home from a protracted visit to JUNE MANUFACTURING CO mitted iu 1SS and that Joaes broke jail iu Grassy Miss ilary Belle the accomplished daugh- Â¬ 1SS5 Cr La Sail Atmis ail Oikrio Sires will ter of Dr A B Nickell of Ezel is the guost J C Lykias and his daughter Annie vniurtuu iiw leave for Mrgaa Munty this afternoon of Misies Aana ana Ada henaalL at Ezel was a graud success a very large 18 TIES crowd was in afteudauec aud the very best West Liberty July The picnic SEWJWG BEST rai1 iUL r i v COTTAGE OUGAi Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry tiie largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling ACHiME 2TO SUY Hoa OTHEE genius skill and money can produce - attained a standard of excellence whict admits of no superior It contains every improvement that inventive For SaleIiSVM2Jrs0o MT STERLING - CSt fife A Wishing to engaire in other business that will require my whole time I UVr for sale that valuable and well established hotel property known as the Sale and Fsed SiWer KY OTm PIERATT HOUSEjDFOYers- and Traders1 HcrifntHro deaierjii 3mifLJJ iKSIfdSa TiSMj - which has enjoyed a very liberal share of The attention of hore and mule the public natronajre for 20 vears pa t The is csTeciallv invited to our faoilities house contain 14 rooms 10 of them being hanttling of stock and we invite all supplied with grates besides a amine room of Welfe adjoining counties to 40 feet Ion and a good kitchen A large f ni when in the citv and comniouious stable ana enciosea sneu 2XOEL will hold 30 horses A verv rich irartlen spot Of to of an aere with raspberries H GILLIS gooeberne- - plums apple ami peacn tree vitij ice bed A well and a Tlice Orcans aro celebrated for volume hoiue fine asparagus chicken hsusefilled coal and smoke house quality of tone quick response artistic design beauty in tlnish perfect construction making house constitute the outbuildings There them the most desirable organs for homes is on the place two never failing wells of schools churches lodges societies etc pure water XSTABLISITEO REPXTTATIOS The property can be bought with or with- Â¬ WHOLESALE WEQCALED FACILITIES out the furniture at a bargain and on easy terms Anv one wishing t pnrchase mv SKILLED TOIlK2rEX J H PIEIIATT Proprietor BIST SfATJERIAJL address Hazel Green Ky or Tiik Hkrald COilBISED MATTB THIS to SEVESY trdrrsi foe thei eallloSi W MgGord Aydelotte H THE POPULAR OHSAH Instruction Books and Piano Stools -- ro3t crROirii ak KENDALL HOUSE Corker 5Lvin Prestoksbuv fcx WEST LIBERTY KY HATTERS No 61S West ILm bntKcr r- - ast atolcgues End Prico lasts on opplicatiou CHICAGO tszs Mrs EC Kendall - Proprietress L0TJI3ILLE KX E1-- S-- GOnAGE ORGAN CO V Randolph and Ann Sts The table is supplied witlb Uietjbpt the marKes acorus iixpenenceana CHICAGO ILL ot stable- - Ufanjes reasouu l4 S2tt 3p KaiKKiTii FBgfe - panitSj t3CC tLiwnjzxxvizQMgmgm c -- Wp r -- J f r L - JTC V if m i a HOME AND FARM was heard Mary had sprung from her j CjL JF HMMMMHi Asttbe coimg of a great storm is TMrae place of concealment and thrown her- Â¬ Without fresh clean water no bird by the display of cstioary saak se m She was just in time self forward the approck of tfeat dread aadfatai dis Â¬ Exchange 2an be healthy A second more and Darcy would have ease CoasBisptfoa of tfce Lssgs bmH JPIXCEK COOFZR Pro prietet Potatoes require the most potash annoHBcedin advance bypiaples bkrtdMg been a dead man but he was saved eruptions nlcers The bullet aimed at his heart beans the most lime com tha most kindred outward glandular ysralliag3a3 HAZEL GlEEf - - KENTUCKY maslfestatioas of tfceia was turned aside and little Mary had phosphoric acid and the cereals the most tsrnal blood poisoH which Once more the setting sun illumi- Â¬ if HoSproaipt received it in her own She fell for- Â¬ aitrogen 2f Y Telegram iy expelled from the system attacks tta nated the quiet little woodland path a cry and as the SATURDAY NIGHT and oxce more little 3Iary Gray is to slip in unnoticed Making her way ward almost without fled Darcy caught -- If buttermilk is used for griddle delicate tissues of the lungs - cnsiajcthea ulcerate and break downPierces murderer turned and akes it should be dilated one third with toGolden Medical Discovervn Dr tlae strolling homeward in the scented sum around to the back of the long low her in his arms j3 great The week ia oer ad all its wrork Is dons water so as to prevent the cakes becom remedy for this as for all diseases iaTing seeks his rSat mar air But this time she was not room from which she could hear the Ike weary toilerto e the faltt fnl son Â¬ ing stickv comprehendCincinnati Times Xor J lie cxieved their origin in bad blood It improves tb alone- A handsome young soldier sounds of music and festivity she saw ing Mary he cried dimly bewilderment A liery ball sink In the west in the midst of his Who has not seen a dirty cat that appetite and digestion increases HUtritioa walked with familiar eae at her side that as there was no porch here there that she- had given up her life for his would have been handsome but for the and builds up the wasted systea lx days of steady Tinreniittinjy beat and now as thev reached a fallen log was no one stanamg aoout wno mignc Of leellng heart and thinking brain vou discoloration what is it hurt Are Such a one may be Mnjfetotr that obstructed their path way he gave see her so she chrnbed upon some Ium- - dving Marv are vou to me darling Of IsuBy hards and qalek obedient feet When a abused with T9SKS nalafclr Speak thoroughly cleaned by washing in warm superabundantstomach itis w3J without a xoen Of every power a constant strain ner aia nami ioneip ner xo cio 11 anu food whlch happened tobc there and tried The little familiar word came from water and drying before the fire combof fee LfrM wlXMMyc tH j Jloyr pood to have the bended bow relaxed when she stepped upon it and paused a to failure manifest disapproval of the ill e roon The shuttcrSt him unconsciously in his excitement o u The heavy burden laid aside n hmvpvpr prA niocpfi ntl this fide hnt and surely it did no harm- - The sumpt- ing and brushing at the same time treatment in a dose of dyspepsia head- Â¬ ijreiM Vwx And all our bonded faculties untaxed Chicago Journal arm around her waist iWhHqk ache sleeplessness or constipation Kxat im re-Â¬ tried to part the she And freedom come a joyons tide Wait a minute he said softly let when nearcautiouslv stood she found uous creature on whom he had sohad A lamp standing for some time in a Western Plotcmon Ntfe which she ones cently lavished his cfidearraents To leave behind the connting room and us stop and watch the sun set rug a GnM vs s x lbiT keen aUaiHnt the ap-Â¬ fallen swooning to the ground and the cold room and then filled full of coal oil a little Through that it mart OlLUiLMfs the will run Their present positions put their face3 erture yielded To think no more of snnald bills A gushtxg vonng lady calls flirtinjj the bit blood facts lMtea eat I thus created she looked in Th poor little forsaken one to whom it had oil whenover throughwhereexpansion of it is warm taken to To find in walks from these dull things apart on a level and by a common impulse sight that met her gaze literally dazzled once been applied so zenderly heard it ma3h ionaI game Some ot the yoany iar to niters m mmtH I aani Bnwaft xnat wstcu onrntgeer nature uiis blamed for leak Â¬ men who engage in it of ten go onfc on a the lamp they moved nearer each other and their her The festoons of green and flowers now for the 34a JW mmGV WiaJMnTry last time She was almost Then To obviatemay be this never fill the lamp flyjr if the girls father witnesses the game aa ru naaa bnamtkM SMtecs a a They the brilliant lights and above all the gone but at that word a gleam of light ing To quaff the fragrance of the flowers again cheeks were pressed together jfeu trail soadLrsaiZsi rteirftitfrii iiMamwJjfc To open natures pictured book rested so a moment in the stillness of bewildering costumes were so unlike any Â¬ came into her eves and for one instant quite full A T Times ytm P JfcflL fr iCs Cxul W fcicxarcm vesper strain To listen to the robins awrf inwi 1aaOkm Iw tr utter content and then the young man thing she had ever seen before that she they were raised to his with the old con- Â¬ If ou would have orderly stock go Tjss Instead of Unwholesome Cosmetics Within some cool seqeestered nook blood It rsaore tfae k0s fern t tra moved a little apart from her and and str n o ighitolr became breathless for an instant But fiding light and then they closed for- Â¬ around the pasture and put the fence in Glexks Sulphur Soap which purifies jlxd aeck awlSsou KkHTTH wrat aa AaootM v To feel that God did not intend this life Has Haik framed her lovely face with his hands in all this brilliant throng one couple the Skin order before turning out the cattle If heautifies Drs Black orHm5 50c 2a fclood was TwrrEiaa wilttmPaifii lliniM ever Julia Magnidcr in Detroit Fret To be a constant round of care Brown Weisksb II vmIc Md UmgskL AS jWTU jawwil T feasting his gaze upon the sweetness of was they find one weak place and get through Xor that amid its ceaseless toil and strife Surely no man of Press to Bfova Acs BiMmj X m nulr Alan ehonld a brotr ot sorrow wear- her exes The silence which lasted them all had such elegances of form and a few times it will be almost impossible seeras strange that an umpire Is paid It long was broken at to make that spot strong enough to a large salary when thore are thousands of Gshi baa afceve TsaeVs Xtric aad raasoaiie VMM Capt as These resting spots these happy breathing neither knew how last by Darcy as his lip3 softly framed distinction ofwasbearing POINTS ON PITCHING Troy Times spells them stop camnnMc TxJke at ACker JaTaato 4r r men and boys on the field who know so looking splendid Darcy who SKdW- - CJCUUCA2 CXXAITBItir TTV TVhen by the tnnrmurlns streams we stray the word much more than ha does- - Fhilzdilzihia Sandwiches Chop ham very fine uni- Â¬ Various Styles of Delivery Adopted bj his glittering to night in Or gaze on meadows starred with asphodels Darling Jkretuod sweet whisperings by the way season well and place between two Frets form and surely no woman of them all Ball Men Prominent Base She moved her head a little that she bread Gods whisperings are these nnto our souls might rest it on his shoulder and the could compete with the sumptuous According to Hecker there are six slicesa of nicely buttered the crustsThen Yousg or middle aged men suffering and from nervous debility or kindred affec-lDivinest joy and prophecies beauty he was clasping in his arms as distinct styles of delivery outside oi with sharp knife cut off Y great wave of jtendernsss that swept they whirlea around tne room to a Of that which la to come where ever roils across the rest making tions should address with 10 cent3 in cut diagonally The peace of God beyond the skies from her to him lifted the young mans maddening waltz tune which the band strategy They are the straight deliv- two little tliree cornered sandwiches stamps for large treatise Worlds DispenÂ¬ DEI OCT The sary Medical Association BufEalo JT Y Leave then thy toil and care my brother soul to a conscious exaltation was playing She was a dazzling ery o ut curve in curve high in curve These are very dainty looking Strange how new this feeling is to brunetter dressed in a gorgeous pink roan ball The strate- Â¬ Caterer When thy six davs of labor end Whex a girl changes beans doe3 she re Instantly relleTes and soon emraa GeMV St me I have never felt it before 11 he satin which displayed her creamy neck rising ball and drop Accept of Heavens benignant plan Oilcloths should not be scrubbed new her youth Burlington Free Frsa It Bona and said surprised at the sincerity of his and arms with a startling liberality to gic part however further divides these irbiUiaf ot A IwigtV And walk with God as friend with friend age of the new beau Chi- Eidne y or JSowsla on G W CrefUin Chicago later Ocean own words A score of love affairs he Marys astonished gaze A circlet of six classes into many different shoots with a brush nor should strong soap- Â¬ depends the cago Tribune had had one indeed that ante dated diamonds clasped her round throat and A straight ball can be thrown for in- suds be used upon them as this dms the m RHEUMATISM NE9fAUIVi and he thought would outlast all the solitaire diamonds gleamed at her ears stance in several ways so as to deceive colors and destroys the fibre Wash Hiixs Hair Benewer keeps my hair in them every week with warm milk and good condition- - ilrs S H Scott Stod- Â¬ Headache Tooaebe TfeaJaes or a4K Ik Hm KINDS OF LOVE rest but nothing in his past experi- Â¬ and scintillated in her dark hair the batsman This is done by ranging water allowing a quart of skim miik to dard N H BackChaaorIialMbroaaUtlBi ence had been like this A sudden look fc CTRES THJC In an interval of the dance this couple the speed from a swift to a slow oi a pail of warm water and wiping after Ayer 3 Ague Cure is a purely vegetable treaty xslastes WOBST FATS3 mfst Hot on of trouble crossed his face and he moved paused compound and is free from dangerous adTerUiesiet need asr oa hoar S UJTX WI39U A Graphic Tale of Army Iafe and away from her as he said just inside the window at which medium ball or by a deceptive move with a woolen cloth Bodon Globe drug3 Death Mary was watching He bent eagerly of the arm every A sprinkling of weak brine Then again either o IfiTKKTrATiTT I forgot to tell you little one that 1 toward his companion and said in fer-Â¬ CEOQETwas said to beget quarreling various curves can likewise be tme any grass appears will easily keep and there is a deal of racket about lawn ten Â¬ A tajrpoonfal In alaalf temWer ot Ter wt wont be able to meet you to morrow vent excited tones as he lightly wield-Â¬ the few minutes care crampa spaoswfi11 It would be difficult to find a region evening as usual Our Colonels wife ed her jeweled fan --h HMithnni SA3lcxae33 guaged from a short quick to a long it down This may be applied with a nis Boston Commercial BuUetin 3e TOM common watering pot When grass Sleeplessness SIci Hca KerTotwcfis wherein extremes meet more strikingly expects some lady visitors who are to Have I tired you dearest Forgive stride or a slow or swift curve comes up in the crevices of flag walks impurity of rtxeea Drsensarr Colic IHacalencr ami all I bilious or than in that portion of the Pacific coast arrive to night and there is to be a me It has been so long since I have either being resorted to as a means oi salt in the gran may be applied to kill blood or weak suffering from of consump- Â¬ Mint fa mt rrrnrfljll in if ta tM lungs and fear Thorn morrow their held you to my heart and I have miss- Â¬ deceiving the batsman Ane audcdUr along which some of the posts of the dance in affair honor to sliall be night it If quack grass or thistle roots have tion scrofulous disease of the lungs take will can Ferer andfere s and att owrMK1gy which I greatly ed you so and longed for you and Uutoosantl other a stupid An in curve is not generally success- Â¬ protruded under walks or pavement Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery oqnicfcasKad wax Kai Belief Jtaars United StatRS army are situated The boreu by but I cant refuse to lend a SeJAayDrwMtalir been so wretched and lonely without ful unless the ball is delivered swiftly one may as well treat thorougiy witu and it will cure you By druggists refinements in advanced civilization are hand at the preparations especially as you in- Â¬ A slow with the necessary twist strong brine or grain Kilt on the sur-Â¬ A max a3 well as a lobster is ant to turn TWENTY YEARS an many cases as scrupulously adhered one of the ladies happens to be an old How the fine eyes that Mary loved curve which is very deceptive so far face to eradicate it but care must be very rod when he gets into hot water rjHRAD7rA3ri Co Ilweawt TcmeMmr bid me to by the garrison officers and their acquaintance So you must How the as the writers observations have ex-Â¬ taken not to have these remedies come Troy Times aw tor xnaay years in mj uisur wm ie bye now for two whole days and so gleamed as he said it For ibA last twestr rears I irtraldhaTe aoMil is really only successfully tended families as they are unknown and unc- good flushed dark ornaasay part of to expel pain you must promise not to miss me too eager cheek the deep How fast and worked by a few pitchers of whom within a foot of the griss verges or As Goon as represented is whar every octiraralr xtawarclT lz lor raeggBg y law hare naed ared-for drawn breaths came among the rough miners and much these will be hurt and turn to an ugly body says of Frazers Axle Grease alwaya found great relie when oUl o ttve tnl part of tne body- - Your Puis ara tadooHn9i He looked at her with an excited fervid Matthews and Foster of last years brown thus making bad matters decid Â¬ ranchers who surround them As a jtnt as yea repreea ties in A look of frightened trouble came look compared with which the fond Philadelphias are worthy of mention edly BOHZErTOTnDOLr Toors truly max who can earn his living honestly worse ISo E Farmer natural result of all this there is no sort into her face as he spoke and she ran and tender gaze he had so often be- Â¬ The curves and shoots vary consider-Â¬ 67 2ajtLaia st Chicago HwSst 7 JK ought to write a noveL Buffalo Express of intercourse between the two classes her arm through his and clung so close stowed on little Mary seemed weak and ably with the various pitchers Dailey XaiotTWl PrOTrietcra of BadwaT s Sarsar and each knows comparatively little of to him that he could not help clasping meaningless ROAD IMPROVEMENT of the Philadelphias Welch of the 3 months treatment for 50c Pisos ad Dr ludway PliU druggists her to his heart the habits and lives of the other Have you indeed been so wretch- Â¬ New Yorks Radbourne Henderson How Dirt IJoacIs Can lie Kept In n Sea Â¬ Remedy for Catarrh Sold by Dont speak to me of not missing ed asketl Darcvs companion with a Galvin Caruthers Porter and One exquisite afternoon when the sun sonably Good Condition Zo Ajax the rooster is not a spring You would sharp j yery ft short I have was going down with a soft gorgeous you oh shall be not have me not to splendid gleam of her dark eyes flower although bo u a crocus Life The matter of country roads and their so anxious about might perhaps have doubted that from curve But I rerguson jIc while ness unknown to Eastern skies there you rorgive me lor begging you certain hints let fall Matthews Hecker improvement is to many like the roof Cormick Foutz came along a lit lie woodland pa tli a talL once more Poet And you will print my poem asked Darcy sud- Â¬ Baldwin Morris and several others give of the mans houe which could not be Editor Yes sir in the puzzlt departWhat hints young girl whom it would have been Ben Woods to be very carefuiabout TUI BUa The difler made water tight when it rained and ment their curves a wild range denly sdmewhat difficult to identify with either J What a determined little goose it ence is that the former comes straight i TREATED FREE of the classes referred to She might As to a certain rustic beauty with uu uu t caressinglv The next Xor hired me said have been daughter or sister to one of is said Darcv Woods committing a whom Captain Darcy has been seen at the plate and then curves away while quire repair It oiten happens tmt and now 1 want jou to the laboring man D335C3E3- GrZEiOKDSZT fig higher my waga time I catch Ben Specialists for Eleven Years aat the latter when it leaves the hand tiie officers but that a sort of ruralness midnight trespass upon another mans walking in quiet and sequestered spots Chicttgo Jocrnm Harem atMi Dropsy and Its compUcatfoas wttatlM seems as if it would never get near the poor roads especially what are com- Â¬ most raderxssaccesase vegetable remedies c Â¬ as far as possible from awkwardness clam I shall not be content to let him Marys heart beat loud and she listplate but suddenly curves over it In monly called dirt roads are found to be Jcdgmect lumber and biied esnr needs tlreiyaanaiets BeaioTe an syaspcazns of drofwy is seemed to characterize her But as to ened breathlessly off simply with one knock down blow batfer is liable to be de- Â¬ tremendous inconviences when they are to be seasoned before usfogltowafSs eiffbt tot reaty days care paaenu prococicea oostuess r tac oesc oc hor face she wa beautiful enough to be but How can you listen to such non- Â¬ both cases the pbTilctaos well for having Ill cudgel Of course the above named miry or impassable and then when it is Breeze rasttHr dlaaOTean rote tne first dose tne ranto-aa Clara Vere de Verc or a wood nymph caused my little him all these fears and sense said Darcy lightl- - gazing at ceived one and in ten days at leas fsro tHlrds of Ml ayazpecac ap pitchers use all the various curves only though in reality she was very far re- Â¬ misgiving with a fond reproachfnlness her once describing condition mostly to the one in which dry and pleasant wheeling and riding it ofA ladt was throat and said theIt was full rcB0Ttd cry hembar wlthant Seme may moved from either type She was only I did not listen to it or if I did it they resort afeestK E rni ember It does sot cow jo as ytlg unnecessary to rebuild them or abol- Â¬ of her childs But you dont know how desperate is they are classified ulsters Mary Gray the teacher of the little these men are said Mary anxiously was only to laugh at it returned his realize tae merits of oar treatment for yesrseif la ten daTs tb diacaltr of breatsln Is reUercd the The drop ball is for some reason or ish their defects school where the rough miners chil- Â¬ He a Scotchman like donkey wlseraraiarieaxisary organs mads todi carsjs never will forgive vou and the companion showing her gleaming teeth other more successful when adopted by Wnzs G E Morrow of the University When heisstands on the banks aand braes tkelr fan daty sleep Is restored the rarelUc aUor Prof dren went to get their early store of worst of it is No indeed If nearly esse tae stremnh Increased and aeceUte mads attack in a dazzling smile learning Being left dependent on her you openly he willbenot dare tofor my ever I conclude to try the undiverting left handed pitchers Shaw Ramsey of Illinois at Champaign has given this brays roed ear5eoQsi33urcannz cases oi lorarstafsd- Oh careful tanoec cses that Casey Baldwin Morris and Smith are subject much careful attention and re- nr tbepatieac nare beenenable toa number ot Unas own exertions on the death of her sake Keep out of his way until his pastime of being jealous it will be of re a feeJc aad declared Some of notable examples of left handed Cat3 father she had come from a somewhat anger has had time to cool and no rustic beauty I know you too well who have remarkable- - drop bail pitchers i centlv read a paper on dirt roads at the can getare ezpert climbersyou clip on them fall hi scary of case Xante sex how Usag aSBett up a waul even if their lees iwi d and capped watex Seed tor free ilont deliver mnrrmnnn of Hirhwnv Commiwinnprs more civilized communitv to take this go about after dark I almost feel as The luxuries and refinements of life claws Pecks itn Ramsey probabl y has the greatest phief orisJsir testimonials qnecttsax etc ies t fWino fipld The broad vwxr is taken school and had got board in the family Tea Aaysr treatment ismued free by mail if he might start up from behind those are all potent with you Rusticity and drop to his delivery of any of the pitch that good roads in every neghborhood EpUej-jpositively eared of the parents of some of her pupils bushes now for It is difficultmindone man to give another If you t Httusend lceta In stanrM iMf poverty are not for you Cleopatra ers of the present day and as a result tr without destroying the pew use are essential not only to the economical a pieco of his plain hard working people who did not IT II G22X feSSX might possibly is hard to hit The next to him is Buf He put ber from him a moment that sailing down the Nileso 250H marietta ST-- AttaaU- Cft transportation of produce but also to J peace of both their minds understand her wavs and cared so little but no rural fington who however is cause one a pang or d he might give her a look of fond reas- Â¬ the best development of the people soto investigate them that thev let her en- Phyllis I kxo ov nothing that needs watching so Then he said suddenly The next best to Buffington of the cially intellectually and religiouslv tirely alone not knowing what a boon surance will cluso az a lie it iz vrai than a sore tham FBEE FARMS w You know me well as you say my right handed pitchers on the drop ball You make me late for drill you The perfect road is straight levri or a kittle ov bilesugsosp Arkqtuam Trav- Â¬ they conferred thereby he answered What is probably Matthews Outside of these Thctaos Wmderful Jyrtcnltvral Pcrila America small enchantress you I will meet beautiful one So she lived her lonely life scarcely smooth and hard The main difficulty eler S8rnaadl by prosprroa rininzsnd masafactnriSK vou as usual in the woou uav alter to crtated being could ever charm me after two the left handed men all rank ahead lies in keeping the roads in good con- Â¬ owm FABMERTs PARADl i 1 Jtisntflcenr knowing that it was lonely Xo girl says a rated In 7Q THOUSANDS OF AORC croiw JIiSEivr mav Ufc company You will have to acknowledge at of their right handed colleagues with OT morrow And now come and give me a you could have been less introspective and ematlsa Id radar hab de COVERHMENT LANDMwJccttopre aKU3B per least that you are my destiny as I am this particular delivery The drop ball dition during wet weather In a level colored philosopher kiss all of your own accord andsforsaie to actsai settlers it in Arre LagTrae Parte irrigated brlaraense caawls country it is necessary to make adequate rbeumatiz in one leg den ter analytical of self and she did not once But Mary had never done this yet and yours varies just as much as the other deliveries provision for promptly removing or boL Cheap rMifiad rate suspect that her soul was enfolded like ETerr attenrfoasbffwawemera Mary heard it all and her heart seem- Â¬ in point of range ami is mentioned here FwnmMpaanh ecs etc address Colorado Last the fragrance m a ro eoua bne no she only smiled and stood still carrying off the surplus water As Prof Ljxx C Ope anaaaeIJiociIcaTerColo Sox2mL Another Chicago man has invented aa he said ed turned to stone She did not for to show how vastly different one pitchers Morrow forcibly remarks to most efThink atout Ben Woods jnore dreamed of a fuller life than the aerial machine People will take desper Â¬ one instant deceive herself She not delivery is from that of another and Remember I am in danger colorless scentless bud in its wrappings fectively do this is the great object of ate chancis to get away from Chicago Then she raised her beautiful troubled only felt and knew that Darcy did not how large a field the ambitious young work in making or reparing dirt roads X Y Independent of dingy green dreams that it needs but love her but she perfectly realized that the magic touch of the sun to burst into eyes and looked at him He met her he never had loved her And she com- Â¬ man wfio aspires to become a ptcher on the praries Chiefly to secure this A new English tlicftionarv is coming ont look with one of answering fondness Philadelphia Press has befoie him a joyons and fragrant rose the road bed is rased above tht-- general with 24vCC0 words People who are ever Come he soklsoftly if Mary loves prehended at the same time as she had W as the costume she wore on the Tsihefiness level its surface is crowned and bent on having the last word sboold sub- Â¬ never done before the depth and length taaed and most dtrrafcle evening we are speaking of an elegant me she will surely come ditches are made at the side- - and tiles scribe at once A DAKOTA- DEAL la tae worid Warranted to stand In any climate AaJC My little darling he said softly rand hight and strength of the great love toilet or not Who shall say It was are sometimes laid frequently the most dealer for them IHcssraed MUHffiM he had awakened in lier Conn restau Â¬ your nearestby the inanufactarers A waiter in a Hartford Worklug Off a Precious Piece of Propertj important point of all because they most oaKed free the simplest white cotton dress that clad over again His voice was quiet andÂ¬ A1I things rant has fallen heir to 5S0OX But of Hi LYO N H EALY182 State St Chica On An Eastern Speculator her slim beauty with a fitnes that made tender and reflecting nothing of the agi music now once more those strains his effectively prevent trouble from stagÂ¬ come to him who waits vtc Htw A smote the air and Darcy put tation that shook hers as she murmured it seem a part of it and the hat she wore in low incoherent whispers A settler who has lived in Dakota sev- nant water Doing these things in the arm around his heautiful companion ffiMF Wife 4You dont tell me that Prof was a plain white straw that seemed to best way and then frequently mooth Husbsnd Oh my dear one My dear one and they floated away among the merry eral years has a son who went a little ing the surface and preserving its X has bten strrk dumb to any person tact can farnafc as set on her dainty head and shade her j Territory a few slopes is about all the wisest can do in Yes last night And he was master of Straw Sttiafcir Automatic Swingis of dancers The blue eyes as no other bit of millinery in Take care of yourself Think what it whirlconfusion of colors rapid motion farther west in the Wife And was struck that can do better work tia te the mingled months ago and took up some land securing Ood eirth roads aide from i sevenlaiirnaes would be to me if anything should the the World could have done It was a dumb in ail tuebevenP MPERIAL STACKER bnfldlnjf SVad fee warm evening and the kerchief that happen to you Oh tie prudent be sounds seemed to take away little Marys Recently the son returned and after buildinjr and carn for bridges and that we are pnee wbJeksrU list ei rcalar and senses and she sank into a sitting pos- Â¬ crossed on her breast left bare a portion watchful for my sake culverts and reducing the grade where few days took the be mailed free AH ar He put her from hm wth fond re ture almost faintng In a few minutes staying at home a good work or 20 sale ranted to do of the roundness of her milk white If it is oxeeptionallv great old gentleman to one side and said t XEWARK MACHINE CO throat and outlined rather than con Â¬ assurances and saying a hasty good- - she washeroused by hearing voices and It is a suggestion worth UJIlSIUtl Illi Father Ive got a pretty fine piece when recognized Ben Woods in one cealed the slim beauty of her figure bve vanished from her sight- that it is sometimes cuonomv to Varv In other n ords ire do not claim that Hood s Ear-Pisos Sttaedy fcr GfcUrrb Is 41m It happened that as Mary was return- Â¬ of these her strength seemed to return of land out there She had two shabby little books in one the rule requiring roads to follow c- Btst Easiest to Use and CaeagoK solitary walk nhich had to her at a bound and in a moment hand and in the other a great glowing ing from a Thats mighty good William Hon lines lhe departure from this rule oitinqnestlonedreilabHitranaaik you frankly If Yes but I think Ill unload Ive is to run the roads along ridges or high you are sufferins from any disease or affccUoa bunch of heliotrope pulled with the been inexpressibly lonely and depress- Â¬ she was eagf r and alert Listening in- Â¬ wanton greediness with which we mass ing on the evening appointed for the tently she was made aware of the plan got a fifty foot wed dug and now I and drv land rather tluin to blindlv and cawed or promoted by Impnre blood orlorr state of together the ox eye daisies and golden dance at the garrison she came sud- Â¬ which thee two men were plotting a want to ask your advice as to what Id rigorously go through thick and thin AIo jEOCd Cxr Gold In the Bead of such recklessness as HeadacnaHay7eTertxc Mcset rod of our country walks Now and denly upon Ben Woods talking in low plan would have attempted only crazy better discover ponds Slough or Sag which cnil not be be disappointed In the result They had Well a matter like this takes some easilv drained The road bed should be I bare taien Hoods Sarsaparilla far dyspepsia Xo then as she strolled along she held this threatening tones with a man whom she men Bepe to Oit Off tarus recognized as one of the most reckless resolved to watch Darcy and when an thought I worked oft a farm in Iowa graded abo o that Uie surface is made bouquet close to her face and inhaled its A characters of the mining camp near by opportunity offered to lire at him and once on coal and nother in Wisconsin higher than that or the land on either fenns terribly It has noir entirely cured me Ceiearated Atrijrs- - jsaxsweetness with a keen sensuous enjoyÂ¬ Both men had evidently been startled at tnen make tneir escape m a lew min- Â¬ on gold Theyre getting pretty old siU but ths should not be done to the mesa Norton Chicopee Massfrith Mdney eom-- Xaad BKI9L anyCsmkUH horse Sam can not be slipped by ment After sufferic many years Die Halter to anr part cr the US seeing her She longed to see Darcy utes they passed on without having though plaint l ras recommcaced ty my pastor Kerji freeoarecelpcoiSl Sold by all She was entirely unconscious of self exclUSlon or neglect Of irood itches 9 Hardware It has done me Saddlery Ssectal dsmnC to thd and certainly nothing was farther from again that she mght put him on his seen Mary who was screened by the 4tes thats what I thought Its kept well openedand with free outlets rtesiers SSSftb EDwrx C Trade Z3rSend frand flames Prlee LIst the same way with silver and oil thoughts just now than tliat she j guard but he had told her he would be shadows of the house her In recent tests at the Univers tv at CCRRXEK Dalton 2 H LiaaTHOCSsEochesterT She sprang to her feet animated and Yes though I can remember the Champaign it has ben found that dry was the object of attention from a pair otherwise engaged this evening and so wife thinks there U nothlmr like Hoods Sar JC llr OHAWSearftfarrewaadP of very interested eyes These were in j the prospect of being able to communi resolute A present immediate danger time when there wasnt nothin like oil soil will take up from thirty eight to saparilla and we are neTerwithoutltte the bouse SCWtNQ threatened the being who was still all for the business A good steady goin WAmntMl ftTe T01T1 sas on trial I the possession of a tall young officer cate with him seemed hopeless cent of its weight of water by F H Latimer Syracuse If T forty per 1 frT- - Est direct nd tiara She walked on very sadly and when the world to her and although she reliable voung man could pour a couple capillary attraction who came sauntering toward her with Where there is mmoS Orzassgiiea as premiss Write for FKZE tfreaiar wit tflor tei that indescribable ease of bearing which she reached the rough dwelling that was knew now that she was nothing to him o barrels uv petroleum down a hole standing water at the road sides or GEOBO monUJs from erery State all she had of home she observed rather she was ready to do and dare anything and clear ten thousand dollars on the where the soil 13 saturated it will draw Sold by all drussists tli six for JS Prepared by FATXE tCO a WifonroeSfc Chicago familiaritv with barracks and ball rooms sometimes by no means always j languidly that its inmates were talking to save him She bent forward to the transaction in twenty four hours Times much water even to the height of three C L HOOD C- Apothecaries XowcnMs53 FflEMGH DEGWUTUTE UT MSMNB Imparts- - He was dressed in a Krt of together on the porch with an appear-Â¬ window once more and sought with aint what they used tcr be fer an in- Â¬ feet The engineering on railroads ICO Doses One Dollar 5ew method of decorsitar SICci Satlaa T Plaque Lampshades etc Caaaosoe fatigue uniform and was smcking a ance of unusual interest She cared eager eyes for the couple she had re- Â¬ dustries man has thi always in view and the engi- Â¬ Uy appll Sead r wfee ttrt hand pamtlajt ASK FOR THE Xo 1 suppose not father I read neer prevents as far as poible HI dretioBsTHFriCA X MM-cigarette which he threw away as he little about it until Darcvs name struck cently been watching but they were no-Â¬ Street ClsetasaM 2S Xala came nearer the young girl lifting his her ear and then she listened eagerly where to be seen Convincing herself the other day of a man who did the bus- Â¬ water standing withn three feet of the at the same moment Mary knew All she could learn was that during that they had left the room she slipped iness with natural gas- even though the cars move on CSJ surface Best material perfect fit equals any S3 or t shoe Djrcy had ridden noiselessly from her place and stole Natchral gas Thats the idea Give the rails held in piare by heavy tes ererj psir warranted Take none unless stamped Table Slrsp Sweet of course that he was one of the officers the morning Vtaesar CatM Ireaerre Pck WL Warranted Congress from the post She had often seen up to the pot ofiice of the village around to the other side of the house me yer hand William thats the stuff often ballasted with stone or gravel A nation Douglas J300 Shoessk OamagaadiTjaaS Malring f3r farmers wires WHrieil ana Lscctsoys free wtti erery case paperoS FaU TarnJp SeeeraBsertW DoaciaV them as she had scan the birds of the in company with a ladv who There she caught a glimpse ahead of to discover Just throw a dead boss narrow raised road way S recommend- Â¬ for the W ISame styles as S200 Shoe IT yon cannot was staying at the post and that her of two figures walking off towards down that well uv yourn and wait a ed in preference to one of greate air but she had never spoken to one oe the K M 7k i1ima s of them and she would almost as soon Ben Woods who happened to be loung- Â¬ the sea wall that skirted the garrison of couple uv weeks and shove yer farm wdth as the surface drainage will be fccmie buww fwn- faL ICO OOO ACRES of OHOKJC IT ACC 4 vVj xa 5 -- IVj Tir have expected one of the birds to sweep ing near the horse bloek in front of the one side Treading lightly over the onto some speelater from Sew York better but a very narrow bed vrth tUU - TVn r j r V xJ 1 at ETsTr J sooka ti jtjr-down and engage her in conversation office had cut at the ladys horse with a grassy path she kept them in view for twenty thousand dollars Go right hfavy slope to the sides is almost al Â¬ Brockton Mass-V Tot Sale om Jfcsy Tvrms-U Best sou well wte as he would have expected one of the switch lie had held in hs hartd which Herself quite unobserved until she along tday and tend ter it and Bill ways objectronabe as not gvng iapi and pamphlet rarnihl free caappUeatkHt officers to talk to her It was not ex-Â¬ had caused it to rear suddenly and al- Â¬ reached a little clump of bushes very remember that honstys the best polcy enough choice in travel thus causing v T JxJax a Washington a though the ladv was a good horse near to where the wall ran and as they and dont try to sell till the hoss gots deeper ruts actly that she felt them so far above her FAMOUS DEVILED GRABS only altogether different- - Five minutes woman and quickly controlled the ani- - pased by this and kept straight on she to smelling pretty strong Just you fol- Â¬ In wet land lines of tiie lad at the raa5 be na been a good deal alarmed resolved to screen herself there until low in the footsteps uv yer old father later the espisode had passed out of her sides of the road inside the open aitches A Dish with the Tbwor of th Oeeaa Brcaa msJ Pa i Darcy te-in one and two pound cans By3tc3ieiwm meantime had gone into the she could think of some expedient to my son he aint got quiteso much style are recommended as a great help in car- Â¬ mind aiptos vs i epi Dy laadiag groaars evrywaaff omce nut returneu iiist in time to see warn Darcy From here she could see bout him as some uv these ere East- Â¬ rying off water which would otherwise Not so with Cant Darcv He had once had susceptibilities almost as keen what had happened and had struck the every movement of the handsome ern speclaters but no man can say ho have to be removed by eva ooration Ths i-UbWl tali vcommtaslons Sea4MrtrsrllT-kEdPeBsla asd Increase experts as Marys now and while these were ruffian with his whip across the cheek couple as they walked up to the sea wall ever done a dishonest act Come back tile work should be wol done and the gaWEEKS SCALE WORKS crno fee Write for circalarai j yV v now some what the worse for wear he and neck making the blood come after and stood a moment gazing out over and make a good long visit when vou drain outlets kept free Highway or OJ OMtk A W JtcCOSXICX k SOS V Sssii KJ n u CM ikak B our rii Â¬ the waters radiant beneath the silver get the deal closed rnbunLHi Estelline QD T have considrT was still fastidious enough to be tired which the lady being a good deal unroad commissoners XaMt tlefclyayj-J1eBell to sometaing like enthusiasm bv the strung he had mounted and ridden moon let it be remem- Â¬ able authority ly cared it home Corf ywMta a awav with her leaving Ben uttering soUdied and free trial of ewesMt For a moment they stood there in wonderful beauty of the girl he had met bered over the land beyond the narrow hosest InTMCgarar Twt mrnni zz savage threats of vengeance silence her hand within his arm their so unexpecteaiy m mat loneiy wooa He Rmtrrr Coaxr limits of the road itself and diches and 00 MAJtumcTUKUia or Xew WKZXS PATOTT COMBINATION a SAM All this recited in Marys ear chilled faces turned seaward Then at the is TheaskedYork State Board of Health their outlets come within their jurisdic- Â¬ must Una out who she was at all costs to appoint a special medi- Â¬ and so after watching her out of sight her poor little heart with terror and same instant they turned toward each calto be to inspect workmen employed tion and can be made to contribute WUSSTANDARD SCALES A officer he set off rather rapidly toward the post made what had seemed hopeless and other and their eyes met For an in Â¬ in cigar factories It is alleged that materially to tha success ofroad-mak-in- p K3T to make inquiries at once He had re Â¬ impossible ten minutes ago seem now stant Mary felt as if she must cry out many of the foreign cigar makers re- Â¬ and repairing will be done by men f r imtrsm cently been ordered here in a general practical and imperative She was re- Â¬ in her agony and desolation and she cently imported are unfitted by disease whose special bu iness this is and no uca lcr Waes nr can 1 Ca set tssas srciyto uptufningin army circles but lie was solved to communicate with Darcy and might have done so had she not that inÂ¬ to handle tobacco that other men are to men working out their tax The throw JWSTa Am-s-Use aa then barg them ntara galsI sota arsa ItararCeles 250 AddreM iJLY ia the worM eal esre I br sa4s te clsesM of FITS JETXL275T determined to find some one to give as only one way presented itself to her stant become aware of certain sounds smoke Troy Time3 ing of a lot of unpacked earth on the crPAIirSGSICSX3Sttf taBT3T Iwsrraatsjj BEOSSOKl txT that reawakened her fears and made mind that she mut take Mm the information he desired surface at certain seasons is alluded to reseSy to cars xba wane cues Staww etfcrSsa iiledisaoreucn3rBes0vreelTlaac37 lstaSiUft a 7rea Bocti She waited until the father of the her forget herself as an abomination and particularly t case fcr a trexdM aadBad Port OSesof jaycoss rs A month passed Perhaps it was rssetfr Giro Express Ben Woods and his accomplice were verv much such a month to Dsxcv as family had gone off for his evening gos- The rigbts of husbands are rapidly may be added when that loose earth is sciil2irfcrirUJsd Otwin care yua St tdiras Be H BOOT It aart Sr r act numerons others he could recall But sip at the village store and the kind standing within a few feet of her and becoming obsolete A STew York court too often dragged up from the still 880B what a month for Mary Gray What mother had taken her little ones to bed as she stood breathless listening to has decided that the action of a wife damp ditches and put into the nrddle of TELEGRAPH AaN JtkLrevelation of wonder What an un- Â¬ and then when she herself was supposed their muttered words one of them throwing her husdands pants out of a the road only to make vile pitch holes laralihed Trlte Vjc xstesx Bxoa JaaesTCl VTi of flood of glory had been to be safe in her own room up stairs sho raised a pistol and took deliberate aim at window is not sufficient grounds on during moist months of the year and dreamed TO S8 A MT Samples worth 31 SO WHES VXITQC T which the husband can procure a di- Â¬ an indifferent road at any time Chica- Â¬ out on her poor dull patient crept out of the house wrapped in a dark Darcv Mi TR7 K lines not under the horses feet Write Iks aayy Soured ESXW5XXS UIXTX XM3 HSUKX C8 JUHj ak But before the click of the tagger vorce IT Y Tribune go Inter Ocean la Ihte yutr Poor little life indeed It cloak with the hood drawn oyer her FTazet Geien Herald had been stagnant and uninspiring enough before and now it was to leant to the last letter all the mysterious lesÂ¬ sons of joy and pain that arc taught only in the school of love head and flew rapidly down the garden path and out into the road She ielt no impulse of fear for herselfr It was all absorbed in her terror for the safety of him who was so much dearer to her than her own life It was a quiet time and she met no one When she reached the garrison there was a great deal of excite- Â¬ ment prevailing and she wa3 allowed j Â¬ - IR0N BITTERS qikikthx iil Â¬ T Â¬ t -- cnl AT u Tin pre-emine- Â¬ III lii n I REAfl tnin1 Â¬ Â¬ OWO II - UMt 1 ti y xjtfrAr a r Â¬ ROPSY go ---20wiar-aytfcfar n t-Til -- 11 - right-hanl-e- IJunM bt tl kMCx-sti-a- d- T Jt - Â¬ m - Â¬ ssoorewSRD - ar m Wont Bake Bread 1 I Zltvo Cm t I j itonirttetoitt0TtoTX SSSSSS ftm - J j iftS W J Hoods Sarsaparilla O- i j otrrt W L DOUGLAS CO w JAMS JELLY FJ8IUSZXSSZX agu 1 i fcV J- 1 e Jk rl --X V 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