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among Ahitu for vigorous eorts iMho inondj Sapiihlreu OphIs and rpjirlc LEARNING TO WHISTLE soar X Y tribune Were --bciar tnatla krniseliL The in dey done got whipped shoaM There and seizing a copy fresh from Jho vil- Â¬ press The collection oi jewels and preoionV a lcetlc Our twy Is learning to whistle of T were a manhquUl ship at last set aalK bntrt wasseycr to heJ hastenrfl lo tho KaWtiHg i WnTii8eyMlon jnt as ihoech In towering they in full on the outskirtsshipsthe Was famous tavern of Colonel McConkey stones formed bv the lato Mr Ilcnrv vinegarthiukhis cottijlqsition hav enuft Its Riwayasoractklnar new mpnearr coar inn to their retreat just in lage reaCjh theaoutit Ho begins flrst thing in tho moralsg from the chair or Irora tho nota yon aaast it any wonder that Dr Beanes and his next door to tho ITolIiday Street Thea- Â¬ Phillip Hope the greater portion of tokcfp thelUcs Willing vesset foundered before it wasbnt of Anil he stops last thing utbed tfme poj Any won- Â¬ ter where acto s and lookei--or- i were which is to be sold was ono of very re- Â¬ neighbors became jubilant the Bay oi Biscay and even- - prisoner If you are a jackass it is your busi Â¬ Ad holceenslt up atiatorvala Tbe day uiroush qn bdanl was drown J Jiowoadoc rben y ocr place your heel upon allaeta der that they should have retired to a in the habit of afhecliltdseo tfiaciti ness to braylouder imd kicWharder fitterbrlW neighboring dell whore a delightful zon defendcrs go Uirouglr their daily markable interest chiefly on account of tharanyi fuior tjaokaS Xitf ttiaFlilreilrSVariH iVone of ih And pray who Is his teacher toe tore tlier with a Y Myac Wo havent decided quite gtcat entomaldgical TCQrk when de spring bubbled up out of the pQoJLcarth drill in Uay street lt was a- quaint the famous bluo diamond which more tor TJiefipxicicJfHfdcaf men for Whethec It to the thrushes tcaYiHjr fJe eooglf Tietwcen tliem for a and here made a bowl of punch to cele- Â¬ old oiieslory frame house formorlj than half a century back was known as scribing the kind f beth that hc fpundi promenading on raihvay tracks has nover The hobollnks In tho meadow brate the American victory witSch they kept bythe Widow BerlTng Major tlie Hope diamond having como into feceiveda scientific explariatiorfer-fWs-inr- gh Or tho awallow round tho barn eave inJiicoUsdiiaifoJLiUuuler rftr Ml 8actM Jlavco expresslotiiot ayTwrlc confidgnUy believed had been woif FraileyfandCaptains long and Warnci V OrBohWhlto scteuiiuc nante oi tHYgow possession of Mr Henry Thomas u Chronicle n HNth your lwiBduOB th beMBSoitrars Tho flowing bowl had been flllftd again of the Thirty ninth Kegiment also ac tho t caiblif an frisoct verVdcar tp me for What Is the tune he likes best Do you knOw Ethel -i- Goorgio tA4 Weil tla betvrcon a cnlt and airain and the doctor and his compaiuwlGnptainJSttdes to the hostelry Hope of Amsterdam in London T1U in those disitstrou trmesr whjTrranc ic With a very sadden movement lonvnrd tho friend were beqgming rather hilarious lo hearrMr Keys poem rad It was extremely rare gem however which oldiStokes hatha perplexity lit the other And caie 8hrlekof thcwlndin thqchlnmoy rrroaned trcmutbnsfr under the weighs lcd or a Etliol-r-You in mo xops oi tne pine irees pcrplcxityftiti nil ynn ahowe twr-- yur aivhere hair wnen tiiree urmsn siraggiers came to early iiitho morning of the 15th of Sep was the rival of tho in tho day ofcadIess calrmrti thfe littlemimul ForrmfacMdoattelbitismo Isthlnlnir mCun parallel strokerr rCacao Tunontalt r was thomiicacnlousclia of myltburtjr Then yon straighten a4 lUe lady 1a your tlie spring to get- a lrink of water The tember4l814 tho defenders had assem- Â¬ great exhibition of 1S51 and which is Lfilyer- a 5 j I f rlead red coat elauuetMhe victory for heir bled fodrill and joy beamed in overv the chief of about live of tho only blue and93tet playmates Go ask tils tittle i too side and tho Americans for theirs From face over tho victory Mr Key had di- diamonds known is not included in tho After this nmviduiuiai escape Lat- f Wovo jnst counted up that wohwe IfAnd ask tho housemaidmusic i by accident you should to her discover they like that sort of saved fitareral hundred jnaudswero fur Ajiccusshtf words the fell to blows and the Kn rected Eades io print the words Air present sale tAay iportlwe of tk race you ed dearl Good gracTousr rcleg tnaihcjKaaZpu3n-UL-t- o ingapipo instead of cigars but where Theyll filh If Ohlike it rorae out of glishmen were jbverpowcredjuil carried Anacrepn in Hcnvon at the top of the N6v aak mo 1 A splendid star of azure lire shines rj nniAL w yrtt suvci ucvt wojiuuti Yes Ido Mat Journal aTfV Itnr rlalnttr IttttA TUk tfct1trtpi Off prisoners of war to the court house poem j All gatherod to listen as tho out in the lovely sapphire known histor- Â¬ vit prison as a convalescent aunuugu t Mr Clara Doly Bate in Our Utile 0 Columbus Dlpatclu Somo folks toe Said a very old man wqs snpuiaieu inaiac was w u ietiv his friouds But verses were read by the printer and ically as Lo Sapphire Mcrvcillenx by the doctor and Cockburn hchrd of it and that night he that thty struck the popular heart was upon which Mine de Geniis founded a are always compLiining about the brcd tsnrT wfienevcr W authoritio STORY OF A BEETLE sent back a troop of horse to liberate no longer a question of doubt wanted him After n time fctiwevw But charming story wheti it belonged to weather btfttamltliaSkful when I wake OUE WAE BALLAD his men and brimj in Dr Beanes The who shall sing the song Ferdinand Phillippo Eiralite Due d Orleans In upjiretho morning and find anyweather How It Secured Freedom and Life to an his fruTmls mifnaged to Have his namu If H rz r I waulragged from histcouch Durang cried one taken t from th listoc those who Ferdinand Du- Â¬ color this beautiful stone which is fiveC at allrV itfj Y7Jgar9 Jt JvinlnanC French Scientist A Kpw CTRnciliBfcott iKcjy iWxroto poor doctorana exclaimed a hundred voices eighths of an inch octagon set rounn ui im lore ra ng A swelF vounV clerfirvntanf who is carricu on imprisnui Ono day nearly a hundred years ago werai toi Be exiled and so hou6evcH part of one of the ships where ho was Mr Durang was a clever vocalist and with small brilliants as a ring is even well informed in the social vernacular in tho old French seaport town of Bor- - King Louis himself waput tadJaih by Th Star Spongrlod Banner the turiotwFrenckpeophr yet this man treated with the utmost harshness Key berng tlills appealed to he mounted an richer and softor in its tone than the mndc- an awful mislake last week he all Imz old fashioned rush bottom chair and blue diamond but less lierce in its lus- christened a borAhTheren when the deaux there was a tittle stir m a ccr wajsaved to occome tnci nnwoi iau- resolved to release his friend at TIe fratric tfeath of Mrs Georcre IL ards PresidcntjMadison heartily see sang Tho Star Spanglcd Bannor for ter Its weight is 74 grains not large family intondpu it should be Arthur tain dark corner and a beetle walked f tornology us hv assurnarocjLjjBtit PentHcibn wJto citthe American 3Huis f ondMi his efforts and ortlered that tho the first time in the United States All therefore since thero is one at Ava of Prairie Farmer out to take its first look at the worlds althou rh he was ouc of tha greatest IjudVn of Francis vessel used is a cartel should be placed present joined m singing the grand 951 carats and Undone in the collection let at Berlin and daughter It was not1 a specially handsome or re scjentificumeiuoLirauccand puoiisnetn The Wily at his service I he President di- Â¬ chorus Tho effect was like a Hash of of the Jardin desPlhntes weighs 132 1 15 No loverntnllimfl thomsilhLmHyjl Scott Key author of 4Tlo Star Spangled markable and in ISlu kmner electricity Soon the wholo town tho carats without a flaw which was found Johir S- She wore no ejifrrmement rlnu Banner adds tolhe story of UjuI famous rected bduht llaaieand strlnsj agent for the exchange of pris- Â¬ whole State awl the whole Union was by a poor Bengalee afterward pur- Â¬ Dutshothus hud a bow on tholearned to play yet it had quite a work to do Not the UIttmi o vaturtl Hxstbrv fcEaris a And national war son and to a movement oners and well known to the British singing the song ordinary work of such insects bower yet ho never fortt hi5 Tmrarurbns de- Â¬ There was a clever chased hy ono Sir Kuspoli of Rome J of Raphaels pictnres has er though that is an Important one livpraeTndYaKeTTiLt death art Another lb erect iafuioh wheat to its author to accompany MrKcy They came up actor then playing at the Holliday and event daily came to a Paris jewel -been found in a Western town The fresh and vivid if menacltoly interest with tlie enemys licet at tlie mouth of St roet Theater named Paddj McFnrland merchant for 170000 francs the beetles of this family being scav obelisk raisedkvhis1memorTiMPere In frequency of occurrences of this sort Another interesting jewel is the King gives rise to the belief that Raphael wa engers biit the principal life work of Chaise jbad enjetwrnd on it The origin of throng though partially the Potomac and were received courte- Â¬ The managors Messrs Warren But on Wooil advertised that Paddy and the of Candys cats cyo the largest known relaiCHlin a Xamily letter of Chief Jus- Â¬ ously by Admiral Cocliranu the proprietor of a this beetle was to save a man from u thc linuiiMkii making known the object of his Thision whole company would sing Tho Star being an inch and a half in diameter not a painter but Philadelphia Press tice Timer Mrs Pendiclers distlnguish- death Perhaps when King David m chromo foundry ui- j -- l vrssm- nv w Mr Key was replied to by Admiral Spangled Banner every night after the and liemispherical mounted in the p i la uti vtct- a ww all cutinclc andjin a paper read several Cockburn in characteristic terms 4ln play and the theater was not largo original Oriental setting of gold studded Ho continually played on tho cornet his Psalm ejilled nnnn wb erenino his deliverance from death rsMitry E to praiso tho Lord from the yt Tin things Sweet Spirit Hear My Prayer vcars ajro51StitlBC Teawsvlvaina His stcadof beiiig roleiUjfd v i coacrw said the enough to hold the crowds that came with rubies cut en cabotfion Its color earth he may not have thought espe- Â¬ jiamjora in maiden lady next door sent word with torial SofiSrv ky pljiet John L inaniuuer Dj Beiincsliould be htuigj Mr Key liko Uyron woko next m6rn cannot be better described tliaiuby its i 11 n this J Fairfax resemblance to the glistening green and compliments that she heard his praycrr cially of beetles yet muchlittle insect c btm fully at the yiirdarmof this ship1 Thus re- - itig to iind himself famous miit itrt was to be the cause of thanksgiv Â¬ ANINDUSTRIOUS 6fA ouliiptryarTiionth flodging for i ttuwny yellow of thd cruel eye of cats and told5 Forty years ago and more the pulsed Kev turned to dcncrai iossuuH McLaughlin in AT 11 Wofhl Qiinvm advance if hed raovoto another ing handed him letters from Fiiitrlish pris UUjAwliiff and tigers The charm of the cats eyp The house under which this beetle Tho Succ lJfis Which Cromied Deftto ta Awrker3ive4tt in ITm liistorlc houwi from onr fwhohad been wounded aiid leftuL art of thctowns Ar --YMai llaMt IIowrread rKxt m is In tlio changing streak or ray of sil- Â¬ which Key yas citpturcd just before he oeiimu alter mo oauie 01 uiaucnsuurg WORTH KNOWING What s that bicycle man doing had its home was a prison known as 3Sufeew very light and this it is that led tins the Grande Seminairc and in one of vrote the Dallad that has immortalized They spoke in grateful terms of the kind East week In Philadelphia Ta f the Qingaloje to fancy that it held a gciuq father See ho has iumpctl forward the cells of the prison was the man that 3i othcrclrcnmstanecs tbgVrnejit drUm Americans Boss was Iittttrcdtlttgr inforiuulioij on 3ttttferi 6l whocould protect tigainst witchcraft from his wheel and is putting his face to hisfwiw3lriiand was to be rescued by the beetle His scmiccntetimaT anniVeisory oiUic en- Ores- and OmiiuitMitnllnn i natufallyjh humaneinan ancl was moved riiNhioii In So my giyliti Kjlir dyatges ii 3earn so that they prize with superstitious the earth Is he kissing it OJiigttchtf the author and hfswoffk at this iigrcoablc ncvs 5i eing his ad Â¬ Gemgewelry is worn inore than ovcu venondiorf these trange stones Thero son the man ha his ear to the earth namehe was Pierreas Latruille Little tranceoLAlnJIdwaxd - Knight into had dreamed the cart that business Yas celebratetL ilra dvnight The house was tlie residence of Dr vantage Key again made an earnest plea Jcitsey wiiists continuoHb be import aWseveralothertspceiiuons in the col- Â¬ Ho is listening Ho thought ho heard bore him and his companions to began his business career as aaiterrand Burhnqton Free William Beanes an opulent planter at for tho release of Dr Beanes and this ed in largo numbers lection and one of the gold cats cyos somothing drop prison creaked along tho road to Bor-Â¬ boy on 4 KUart of two dollars per Marlboro Ma about sixteen time General Boss consented that the Press ltner deaux that ho Should ever live to be I week and saved something levery Watered silk parasols with whito silk known to mineralogists as crocjdolite in hvs from Wasliington Here Madison doctor should be returned to his friend A contributor to the- Prairie Farm- Â¬ free again in his native land Of the opals there arc smiie tine For U and Tanej liopkinson and Key but added that the whole party would liuingsare iioavou both of the Hungarian specimens er facetiously attributed tho recent those were evil days fn France Even week and while still a very yomigmmn and Webster often enjoyed the have to be detained pending the attack openeda groery tt4re with a capital Silver jewelry is us poular as evor which are the best and of the Mexi- Â¬ storms and cyclones to the prevailing the himself oi two hundred dolhir saved from his good natured tf princely- hospitality xf the doctor find- - on Baltimore then about to take place for sticot wear and for traveling porous style of ladies hats worn this spring poor Louis XVI honest Kiug can wJifHi are softer and more was powerless to earnings Two things ing relief from the work and worry of Kev and Skinner were transferred lo be Hie parasols witu long silver nannies A bcauiful ornament made of these They reach so far into the upper air that shield his wife and children from the Knfght did as a bov- - Hecerfauily Mr kep feH1seye3 Jho ffrigatq Surjuy Jmt jBoamf was still that simulate natural woods are fasii- - gems b liost appropriately formed liko they disturb the equilibrium of things fury of the French s State jifiairs jiUhis- rural relreat t people Tlie royal open and learned every thing he riirtj4H inspiration llagsliip among the tlie VdHnefl oh the of a chameioon with the creatures back up there Jienee the meteorological com- - family word already in danger and the possibly could iearu about the business wis the sailors aud soldier who treated Ifnn ptudded all over with opals of changing motions- fStar Spanglel Banner t iniquities of the two previous Louis iaUo loi JianelsJor- jsiuaUwoxdcubiiiet5 Arc irridbppncerTliis isan ioxWedingly iiigh strung feelings produced all with ntdeness So okiecv askod Were being visited on their compara- Â¬ he did not waste anv money iFis not flat or ove the country by the war of 1812 him he whs not allowed a change of nuidibVtPauiUnir uinkred and vollowv fine eaaiplooMheniJt ofthepatuVr a memuer ot a school committee of a at aintrolfabTethmBebough6 oigur- tively innocent descendants All of l ettcs or owned innumerable neektiee jtIhzttiiF Stramrelv enough Kev was an ardent r lntliin or mil tlin vimllelivn TftkbjiriiW- i of tlfe feeventeenthacenlurym gohl eundidntc lQn a position aa teacher the nobility and plergy who refused to Federalist and the war was strenuously requited the doctor k former hospitality P01ll Taslor lllllIrt driWsns fnr and onaiuol work Well answered tho candidate ini take their oath on theocw constitution or wore large brass- rings or pins or opposed by his party from tlie iirsf by or iwing hun to be held as a culpn is the not puriiyular about that Anothor vorys interesting opal Soma likes were thrown Into prison and it was I drauk maiiY glasses o sod waton uMtAWirllul lraveiillg mu poses are -- JXhaliviiy vvas more biirdtiiaa politician ratlier than- a prisoner of war Another thing It is not at allBkely Vo csuiocl from Mexican suiL opal nm1 tu it round and somes likes it flat and for this reason that Pierre Latreilfcand xtjS v i that he got to the office fivtr to itftean is conclusjveiy- shown by the renmrje ou the stor rciiclicsamomorabluhistorc the sun god carved some likes it square -i i having tho head of teach it any way ii iw ixiiiiiifi miiiiis ii iii iiuiiii uniiriviiiiMii sr i v wrWVMw h vmsemmxsnattxs taat ms nuau wxs scene ithe ittacVpn Jialtimprthe bat- - f mmutesiare threp mornings m the i This is an intlOohg and near Â¬ that suits liostgn Bulletin Wt liIU UUIIUUll AVil UIIUU upon it t it tit UOrdCatlX - lllflUMlH THT rty tneV imt Tniiln flin rfrvni avavv tx aim Democrats J WVl iurui t xtii lUlllb UU UItt tJit wortlf 10W0 Jeit uwiiiuiuiiImmimu the tame in width and tlie carving ly imllftrirMiniMi1 A good Rochester N Y pastor o It is small wonder that rierre vas an ar- Of Ins qHJUitv lSo srar fmxvv thost possible mfnfite He wm seeuis to vs barbaric aiul not antique widower proposed to a young lady i sad as he sat m ins prison cell with no mornj Ri i0i la WlsthQ on tiraeand had risetivarly i an- - ir the short timjiijiiice but was rejecpjd list 4IH5 oir liuiirJtsiijiuati it i jj iikii tiitul Jiti r vwkikL1 iiiIrvth t s vHis l UfcrJCAitMkAwaUlK5tUiH ii IIUUIVtiUUUIlv nAntii - Jlonian 0Ewujnisht fancv iUwas Itf L rtTfTicient toiimovr In seksetmir thoi acK oi iiaiuniyre t enough in the morning to TeaclTbusivociirauugiiiiu uu Mn attn TK tit ouii- - opal of historic celebrity wliich wus cov Â¬ feelings had the second spvore tot sick Bishop U No doubt Latreille often ness neatly and curciullr dressed and ivu iu w 1 i trnsftrwl 1i t siuute UJW naor up wv- Tuw Icmti loul swtilIingmelody of i viw eted by Marc Antoinvand led him tb whan a wlrfoW neighbor sent him the thought during the dreary prison days J5 1 V J filKnr n i tolf ikg4o the Stirjnrise ofllIlV- draught duties sijnce lighter can ho banili Kouius the possessor of Jt who following text to preach fromr Mire Hv Ycc of his pitatfIiie hi3 young boyhood in readv to commence the jpatri6F5oveJse heeince musical taste thaiitlvo Uifsshin itud vvhcti all was m traced Jiowfveiicseapod with dsopall i This kir n akut niadeof Liebig Brivo eiiltkationpd jdgeMt of tli rarebt readiness tlie bpmoardmeut of Uiofort with crackle linesjars gilded and in In- cAirpis Mexican opal has itKipitions ask and receive not because ynu ask a his native town ofr orreze inr the rich the face of the clock the last liarf hour bver the gold main uy tneriver nis lamiiy of ame tpftXot inaptiyliashi genius Uoea liegani whilolhe roar of liable fiiom the dian red the Vu lfilng yiistoricallyknowfshico had been poor though distinguished tQ theTdoTnBTwork that as a England ifowwrt At 1r hore told that Ameriwi aun i X ifeenedi that of n half leaxted spiritjr jslxtbcnth century lurniturc with isnmboo and AT CAMBRfDGfi- mid Pierrn himsplf owed his ednoatlon j iuoyor yr ieanas linnir Jablq JbVppli Hopkinson were once more locked in tho tug of plush cushions wickerribbons of bright eiguseen arstoet e Tlie largest pearl known is another of si yid 0110 ol 2llic iwthor of war Meantime Key Skinner and color for trimmings arc fashionable for thnxarltiestf thvcqllect lonrtwo inohes ThcQniewhat reculhir Uut Patriotic to the Kindness of friends Hal Columbia thcrfritefc during tke las week- - The these a merchant lent him some jarsru HLort whenfc j 1st elovLd Heighten hisppmilann Iirsts 3eanes had Iwen tranfered no their country houses ArmyIMlby WuHliIiiKton thuiuat l6ftg pear shaped bf an opaline taut II books on natund history and - it -- i L vrvcvq ofr oiis p m A custoaMcihnr-cT Mnm wnen -ne- raiwr lowii vessel uqder guards olj 15ritisu neitrranciSjsXotifeivii ii i t It was awnotly aaemblytiniall sorts irom em t rV The neat styles of dressing tho hair mounted as a pendant to an arched ioau wiZm- tuirrpritMtjv iiarriitir mt s nlrtri In nrnvont their PSftji urinir berin with a French twist in the back crown of unameUimibie emeralds of uniforms and without any uniform came rcaumg uiuse study juicctoi iirsi ried in to purchase goods to ttatch rp rr in uu insuiiv imuii- -rlir conllict- - TJuv American T vessel w o fove the of insccts some i JZ r ituvjj vs turn ffc the nape JJWivviB- - iiMt X at all with all sorts of weapons and Whon lie was sixteen he was sent to stock iurcbased a week biavC Tlie vh li f uiflf occupied a position from which the Hag that starts atcrown of the neck and is sapphires and brilliants Interesting elerk wajsjwkebT by thejlernan a specimen of glyptic work isa diamond to the llirbusfh a roimmtJc chain of circum- - 3t Jbort Henry was distinctly seen taken is known in the shops as buteh cut in the form pfa cross which is said with precious little powder So little Paris and there studied theology but for tbcgopdsaiuLaawered in the What upon his return to his native town he most nonchalant manncci AUgone Mjtanctis led m to the compDsition ojj JSirht fell and tho darkness was made to bo uninitcv i Thero i also a cross was there that Washington was very bufof shot and shell 1 crs linen is adesirablo material for and formed ofsix rarobrilliant green dia anxious lest the British should find out began the stndy of inseeU again with 44 WbatJ whr there was A tbu of is MrKey viable bv tho slarc rtTluf Star lspaegted Ikuiner covers toilet sets splashers He had even published great zeal KR All artlr thi nvas lorn at fFrgilerick sMd Augl Jix playing alLitight long on thodovotod fet cloths The best is tho soft linish monds and another anomaly of the lend how luUe he had and so while he was some of his discoveries about insects OTCn- lea wn a graiid sjiuuiaclc and and died at Baltimore Ja 11 fort Salesman hurried along the line of X77iT is a white ruby Tlie swordhill of King sixteen to twenty seven all appearance this study thnje or fdrrr UmeV sSvhSK in a LXTiai3 irevas wiucatcd at St John si Key and Jus friends paced tha deck from and costing from twenty toinches MuTatmade bf a large aquamarine uf urging Congress to prpvide supplies he and uoyy toto an end forty wde pf band with powder cover- Â¬ must cpmu had barrels strange WTolhjgtj AnnlipolJs practiced law at through the night as the rockets whiszed cents per van nztUn ttmc in facets villi1 various jewels studded Out in the liarbur of Bordeaux ships rlrh stock clerk saidTry TioMrri ing tho top placed in the mtigaxine so but trederiek then went to live at beorge- and shells exploded But the fort had of about tho gold Iqross pio c is another Pleasing ornaments Vhyr not fallen for tho bombardment con plaster of Paris figures may be made all curiosity in thispmarkablo collection thuA nuvspy hanging about might bo voriHakins rcrtdv to take tho prison stood f row nlng at1 the clock town andlinaHv became Drstrict-Attor Select a sm away irom Jt ranee liiey were tyes bfcon- - c here it Suddenly just before nl awn - jiev of Washington A good lamer nv itinued nusledirllmeNpff inb the in ers London Times statuette of merit and treat by rubbing a coiuienincu io exue va oouin Aawnra anMrnn tTMA ceasedTliut iothiiiir cojild be brilliant wit and a jnan ol poetic geniusl alie firimr little linseed oil which over with jqnts Jfonie vwc JtuTttwtHliinone or Still the prisons were emptied slowlytlomv A flnsh rff Vhiriia passetPover tti is yet true that a comparatively Tri scen7nnd tho Apicrlcans were unable to SQftyns the abold white and in time two coTiegiuildingsthitiVuinding and and although it was June when La- A TURKISH STRIKE ar in ten on WHICH muu veiui iihi iiuKUiii makes it rostmbtc old ivory or give it the stock cierjs fa tScd pling tjircumsiKtee us The treuie was jum laiven io uoraeaux v some built huts for dhemsclves 1 mmurdment of Fort McHenry aflbrd- - Mr Kev ofteu aftorwards spoko of thatni backv He fo ho fo stolen Dcnmnrt rubbing ilio give Confttuutlnopto Stroet SwtrH tliin cbut most orderly camp was tha of the ne nays aim mo uiw crept ov anu sim l7ieaTTfiflcen minntvs cthl emptov d the simile opportnnih of hs life to moment as the most trying of his life unovenness of Urtmzc Ar 1 World Iuk lilphtirn Ifoiitliit 4iUV of tint RTiodo Ijtivnd troops under GenertU ho Hvcd wi bin the Gnimic Seminairc- - Kry time- - and wasted that muen of tne ondtraiMaiaiic iwaousUoraUftimeJ lIecpnulteUhls watclv and counted the Thostreot swieiiewoKtronuihtinnplo Nathaniel Greene Ihe little beetle lived there too alr custonicPv rather than disturb1 the Anniie lus ioems was published at moments lcf6re diiwn At last a jrray Tj t The men were in companies of Li imjiut iiu uuu wiuw iu c rtrftl nTiI not having receivetl any pay during the tW rfVrvM ATc krr Thn IXJIU KLrH llTU f iH twilight spread over thofacoof the deep UMMriilMKHII I tin A WEIGHTY- - QUESTION i w Onodiiva surgeoti eame toeo the 1 recently went mi various siex under Captauis and other peered uid our watchers cagerlv last eighteun months liuttibnofwhiin Tsio Wfouiid through their glasses to find whether auUiorft old BvishmVm LaUMlks ce Ihe Ijj j in McCartys Rational Songs and in authorities having told tho officers who hall very little a lNdntx About Summer and strike the for these usually prison authorities had allowbu the sur- - t over the privates own lioaied Soino LVrtlnrnl jnore nunt ublicalioi t but liif one the enemv s lias or their -i iiu Tacj irt - imftAL iiii the new load was hiado elected thoic own commandors - visit- - geon men that before Winter FotMlliiR io fllllll amy ami uress Ltit9 great song overshadowed all else in his over the beleaguered fort AL length thing r Knight nerrea- 1 his par-when cattle are turned there was no money to be had About or to the cintp relates ailiardgtfK which wounds of this aged man It is customary the light came and they saw that our mIW going to career fortnight agej the men diudj bucqme o ho heard between a captain and one of leplarday while the surgeon bo-He only pays mtvool- In the summer of 1814 the tide of war Hag was still thore Wlion Mr Key UieJUoutfto grass in tho spring to let tliem a armed the privates under hini he little beetle came out thoce aT ffetHl on this succulent food until nature destitute that they assembled X a t kiU brought Admiral Cockburn to the Ke-- hofd the Hag of his country above Bill said the Captain go and crnuK in iiiu Uviris 211111 criini 111 lu mt ciir Veek Tf L frti lif frowning kittloments his ecstacy femnd dries it up in the fall It makes good themselves with brooms- and spadS ifintiiu uWfru capital and the torch was bring a pail of water for the men the room Latreille I00R ng aronuuv t ork h rf jus offices anil de the first t rutlilolv applied by the Britsh under expression inSpangled and secondstaii his succulent beef but is it not too suc- went to the governmentand threatening I said Bill shant Its vour spieUhe beetle caught It and began monc- vBanner1 ami manded pay in loud Do yfefpose Ctfekbura and Ko s Wheji the British of the Star tunq powp Qaptain H golyit lastrtinio to examine it He seemed so happv culent Does it afford as much nutri- words full heart overflowed in tho second QV Wq dolUrlforth doet nnv reached Marlboro in the march on - But the mVn thbugh undeMcrvvlittc over his discoyorv that the surgeon tion pound for pound as hay grain UwJ dol Shortly after their arrival ahigl offi- Â¬ R gj lie i -- Is giWiungtofi Cockburn Boss ami their chorus -f discipline vweregoOil Stnft out of which looked up and said it a rare intandiroofcorcnsllaga fed beef We sus- - cial drove up in his open carriage and Tjbfitcefsmade their headquarters tt What i to make sldieivs Most pCthem were th --DrrBeantistesldehee thinv tdln rsj n The bowels of the cuttle arc wa at once stopped by the rioters who dead earnest ant thry brought besides Sill Vt Tlie pest that r S fkctiiot towerlnc stooi T t2 tr iva itillnfa uiTl Tin - rflllrv vrho tnnw w Uie an demanded t hep due to As It tlifullbows halficoucoids half dia worth of work Kentberf tfeyour 1he hoiBcaflerdcd wahudibeforai nitvayb loose showing that thero is a politely an UuJ use of tho GonrngqJ rana cni om closesjja pco on r 5eral4 now it cmqiieg uie gioain oty iuv inwiiuign superabundance of water and imporfect swer that having v waueu eiguieen onlinary greatTkili V stoVyis told of tv ifiras ms4reous muuics PIch Ub mux hisCrecVition r musket nrhT i 4J iA t months tlioy might as well wait a little company of rilleihen raised in one of vour labor lie bwvstypur tapei ana Boss p1Mteu THsrdsarOBml the grounds tlmtMMira tzi Is the animal quite healthy longer raised a fearful tumult and tho r in tnatciKC voushoi give it to cvivj iiiuiuvir u w My C- np tu- In full tdory reflected now chines on tho digestion uc rjti- - jjf land outliouses to prevent depredations me 11 saia ine surgeon anu iw weiu on jonrtrs tolilm stream wo find that all dry life of the officer was h serious danger the frontier counties otlcnnsylyania Xow in winter OSm by tiio troops The Mibsequent So many yolunteers applied as to em- Â¬ rA uvniMirr t lentil llil rnir iiiw nni i irniiiiii xr nen r k aiwl OicWuriiirt wiittcn ills thQStar SnanpledjHanncr On long may feed is not us good for cattleatn that till a regiment of soldier airivedbn the barrass tlie leadcjc who was enlisting tho lf UllllWi AHuiiitT ininj 11 iuxjuiinb r iu- day Â¬ by ono feeding ltVuve irieuu iu uul a c the was UJOViaWjKlwatchcd1 the b1io histojryvauxl with JBicull1English arms stained nerejc Ocrthelandof the frccand- the home oi osyhichjs relieved suceulentjrntionl The spot aud dispersed had men not how- company und hejdrew on a board with sects and who would probably be01 much bllsineds methous about hirm snd re i received ono dinVkind of until they ever were tlie me ml The months wages and the tissurance that chalk the figure ot a nose of the com- Â¬ plpased to receive a rare one Uio cattle get f cefvca many yalnabla Bints tiiat en- ooelsbl fouler disgrace than by ihtsC two too Latreille gave up his beetle to the they mon size piaccdlio board at a distance photo ng ajiacK oi as soon as the new tiro nnr M MsoWSUe Ha hail not to wait long before IfeJ amnjnngs leaders The so calll American army of a hundred lintl fifty yards and then surgeon and told him to carry it to his ntelUgcnUY -n U bqvs weuia fy of rumc six thousand farmers and me- - chit 4lir rutfAitfinnr ir Ilio 1imc wl linvi watermuri icvcrisn comuuon xnc i sue should all lie pad Then the weapons declared ho would bike only those who fnend and to be sure him the nimigrtht their entraiKemtibusi- nJinnioii liastil v ndlied lo live raniiUlby hbody of ui otbVr of distjncUOn jiolemn- - culent lood renovos rnis iiaj ii not were laid down Ihe noie ceased and could hit Uumark Over sixty suc- Â¬ W lnpnrt nn Iwitiril amvuivm ivui m the street sweepers strike came to an W lllll una if wow caooL intiHra Is tSeiHral Winder with 0 regulir of-General Gage take care of ceeded h tifwhen the next day the surgeon lness anidentrance into a ncK ummur is not so good as a m ix end Pall Hail VazcUc fi under who had beonktHcd by ail Ameri os irrPvnndT05a11orSiMi marines munwthan your nose Says the newspaper that made Jus visit to tho cell he brought m AUwl llr- - fnoiP Throw m lock vv the 2Bsmt Comniodorq liarncy made aj can suari uooiaivt niaucnsourg was lllli- llL Gage asvou General tells tlio tor ivnnMl uid the vandalism at Vinjidiihav toyour cattloHn paifiira amf How of resistance when the British Yearning Fori IntcnmissionjJ as hi- dcrfatorivoEOOtfwciditimaSRrajii know wasthe comrnanderof tho British the - beetle md hadrgaven they will rush for it and how reached Bladensburg But wTiai hoji ition nrtfl Met with M hlnndv renrimil see how At l It 1 Horace Shudder in opinion mat ims was a new Kinu or m- - -- pnrHtfmfi in Boston til forces Does not h ntmnv OTUUUUV UlOV Will nuvuui 11 Xnrli Wnint JZu L- - WKri -flnor -was there for raw levies against veterans You are not very fond of young St tficJiolas sect that bad never been described is indisnensable r jaercajitila Ufa this indicate a need of dry feed Would gentlemen I believe in Avho had seen service under tNollinglonr set sail and Ivov a ml his friends returned observed Mrs -Latreille rejoiced at this answer notsoJin fiftr mat T signed every jjiote The ctipiiol Presidents hous public j to Bait more iTin poet Lmt tn iwWo it not rufruiuie bowels oxtremeiy loose Skinimerhorn to her niece an heiress Bovines muclr because of tlie discovery of a now i sent outrears kate ABadrlule Focthe by ims Jibuse -- Honesti and buildings a homjo built by General his verses on Uuubaek of a loiter he conditionaof I tho iiaiiI It And would it H I ft ir- beetle ts because the word brought I V JCo to be candid I dont admire tho r i A ousi3s trap onawpen- udi h ol hhimj uiu Va hington on Capitol Hill the navy-- found in hi pocKei in the icrvor oi uie asked a pasen- - back showed taat tlie surgeons friend haCtJie matter -Uf a AC In tlie light ol reason it vapid society xiiasculino moment nvhainieStiwthV Atbcrican tlag nUtntipus jtttidtxrseiial public stores and new N Tho ger on arakord train as the v began to- - Sviis indeed a learned man Pope says worm a But remember busmess life and lloatiti over the fort and tho land forces would seem so is not tne idea oftices were all on lire pi jct lj runnsiderabfy faster propea study of mankind is man burned to the ground bv these soldiers retreating to thoir ships lie nnn ued iair expernneiur Weil Ill be w w wyawning j say that grass is the natural Some may l Why you sCc thores- a blamed cow Dohc j thA mi tk U istf yf Ph wlu nhm Then came the tlio poem while still on the vessel and o ttorgc the Third imir book and will or friendly toward me food of cattle So it is in their natural glad tsn when school is out rhember he began as a poor boy on a running ahead of us on the track and pamc and the adventure above j while he was on bis wav to the shore tounter So as Latreille had neither pan nor melcr they can live without n to A liurr cane passed over In order tt remenlber some of tho lines j stato but wherethe feed is not the same chanl salary oitwo dollars per her alluded tvoro trying to catch paper to write a note he begged the L tfnims the city ono afternoon and so demoral- Â¬ as his paper was scant he made notes the aid of man What do vou want to catch the cow surgeon to go once more to his friend in tead of writing them out in full On as with us Uur animals arcsn an arunciai ised the red coats that they fled A large gray coglfe waSIffit recent- for whose name was Bory de Saint Vincent on from the smouldering ruins of his arrival at Baltimore ho immediately condition litey liveyeareompnraiivciy ly bv a farmor named Irby about three Whyt great gosh to killlier of and toll him who the prisoner who had Tract distribteiMkttWrork sys Their the song lrv Whtnglon Gleig in his Narra went to a hotel and wrote out tho dratl temsfeed half ofwholly adapted to miles west of Bhiekstone Val Ha had course The rule allows us tram men sent the beetle was and say that this comnhun timt IimimWc trwtm are are not t e tolls of this absurd flight of Rosa as it now tand from tho rougli once or twice buforo in the imr w4itfertene- Besides our grasses are seen it vicinity of the house Boing a the hide aud tallow and themeat goes prisoner was about to be sent to Guiana being distnbwftcd before the imaginary lie had made on tint boat A lriond to srreen feed aud Cockburn nunliate Xou bet Fmjgoing to to die there as a convict o the directors ment hous distrktt aW Tlie conqueror whom he showed the song the next cultivated onos We are a long way good shot the gentleman crippled tin mtoh flVttb coW liniels Shu luavei the Kihjctrcs of tlio skies W the WBtmmK The surgeon faithfully delivered the printed in iMttI Willi lit Mr KttV I from wild nature in manv things This rifle chargo wore conquered by a gust of wind mnrninrwc lelirbted it trade or run the wheels right off of i mU jwh ilr bearing titk i m uimu We king of birds with a swift race back to the thn gave it to a printer to strike oil ji snoum aiwuy wt norms summer feed was a beautiful specimen of its kind these cars I told the fireman to break message and as soon as his fricndlieartl and and in their wr 4SaIvafio it he immediately set about trying to Saved1 uiiuu aud iMufcent the doughty ho furnished fim mnit in band bill form to dis- - think the moro nearly agree and not Its wings when spread measured six up the trunks - in theHmggnge car audi have Latreille released for he recog Â¬ like which after r i ms wa ugm to rtt eiuxwi truism ithr illustration step uie the sub- - irmuio HlllOIlJ- uioKados of thTweu ImmuUo so succulent in smumcr nor so foot four and one half inches from tip lienvo them into tftirf urnnee Co make a nized his name as one of the scientific ligious argumeatsv riiaotf iMiiiiMai Captain Benjamin f from lint there isbuta lo tip and its talons measured nearly Jiot fire and I guess hVs doing it patent medicine advqrt n 1 will -mimes of France tv savenUi BHlfniore Regiment wlio dry in winUr ivafaoimi IsiveStcck six Inches in width i D T DelL Esicllhw Meantime the prison ship was mak- Dr Beanes was sitting in his parlor had taken part in the light at INbrth Journal -- oJoh vr -- - I M rco kaj Koh-i-no- A or - Â¬ UQUars-uysmoit- - f m lP3t-r-Aawj- w t f j - Â¬ j i bee j 3PSXBStS T 1 C7 A r 1 1 L -- j n i -- J 5Sl0r - Wur -- ji r - -- mioi t- 1 Jl H Wr eof I - - f Â¬ - Marshall - II it - A- - - Agavt 1 1 v mt -- - - ti - iuJ w 1 - T lm - Wui tTuBTw VV -s if Z JZ vwrw i nit i i - - -- -- -- lcrv nnatch-lioldui- I V 4 A Â¬ sif i hiin fc 4 in te w I I T -- 1 1 i 4 - r 1mC m MB - 5- -- T 1 Â¬ -- XX -- -- - n9 r- - -- 6f iniii L -- i - m- f- - 4 j n 1 1 - 1 - Anor nllfin pw f -- --- r- - s M imj 1 Â¬ Â¬ fg - Â¬ -- UroraolulifSlhjmnt ic-nt- W - - -- V- 1 - st 1 uiat m - fc -- tma j movc-iuelt-ofdv- O - n- v Hi -- It - fcV 4- k - uuiuh Spcyg loan-wan-mad- - -- -- B -- j I t - V Ija -- - C- ifnil -j- -- -- - - T A 1 1 VI ffl lt st - ri r rT Nri Ai i weoKj-cww-tia- A lerror-j-trick- en Â¬ - -- t SNC -- - -- pf tjfci k4 r - - i fj fl jriiai- - 3s V j - f SNM - M r fa fc A4 Mar - a Yew t in flratet il j ji P2CER- COOPER Democratic Ticket J Fw J5A goou reading Mrs Crolr contributes au article on one pf the typi Emtok cal dramatic stars Genevieve Ward j Emma M Tvng furnishes alfbod paper Hitutjnizine - t cmiiM tn iij rmtirlitrrl -- - - irf t ttig iCM re THE BEST boon ever bestowed upon man fa perfect health and the true way to insure health Is to purify your blood with Ayers Sarsa-Â¬ parilla Mrs Eliza A Clough Zi Arling- Â¬ ton st Lowell Mas writest Every winter and spring my family Including myself use several bottles of Ayer a Sar aaparilla Experience has convinced me that as a powerful i i i- - BOY THE BEST y- 1 v i HARD TIMES S 1 tJ Tif Br 4eMtteNiiittsirav OfLeicker GB Iftfjugu URm WMlTMi jg Jn4pe XtyAttwrcftV J aSWANGO LYKTN5C tHtv rtrt Clerk DAVID HOGG Cwjkv L 13 continued tirere are several good stone and poems one of the valuable series From Pencil to Brush ufid The Worlds Pronrwa j The Jroutispieee Is a fine jjteel engraving calleu riarmonv j j vcuaijijiim aim seigmmr nooa aiia wennigs Deuorest hm two Prohibition articles What is Pro- Jiibition3 Lift rfcv ntlt Prihirii- si r 1 vu us tiu al serial Harts - ton Organs Are-first-class K TJbWN GO HIEf ifefOES y 7E Mi StS Ahw J V Surveyor -- Cirei lt W F ELKINS W G W CRUEY GEOW DBAKE IL KDUNS KASH CnHMr ElELDESLCOX aty ScW jipt JOHSM - iT Jerir CIt rk Ceart CENTEK Blood purifier It is very much superior to any AH other preparation of Sarsaparilla ersons of scrofulous or consumptive ten dencies and especially delicate children are sure to be greatly benefited by Its usc J IV Starr Laconla Iowa writes For years I was troubled with Scrofu- Â¬ lous complaints I tried several different preparation which did me little if any good Two bottles of Ayers Sarsapa- Â¬ rilla effected a complete cure It 13 my opinion tiip this medicine is the best blood H ROSeTT11Liverrfand reuiwly is Dr X100 Mc1jmu6 Ividnav Jialm Thousandd of people suffer with back ache not knowing that in most cases it j is a ivmptum of distyised kidneys and liv-er which plasters and lotions cannot beal -- Of 3foggftn rrMty a casdidaia far Cu General Basil Duke in an article to xub- - appear in the Sfmthern Bivouac for Au eatl 5 Ff1 jet t1ie of the Dewoerai le party- - j listt elates the incidents of the retreat U 1 tj rll r iini iuw liiu ui xicuiiiouLu juls war STje ae aatharized to asBnRce storv been of i tnAlllrri If I Ada Cl K C LILLYJadceEstill 19th a- Jl K has IJnnever- vet ikttirfullv told KJ II 1IIIIII atfraaudKiate fer Circait of the j Aucpawrucacnucs me last council oi Ja4Sekl Iwtrict at the August election j the war the protectiou of the treasure iSW train and the gradual disintegration of 9 j the remnants of the Southern armies N whieky in Hazel Green to Many points of historic interest heretotEw far rmai aad ruin fore neglected are made clear in the nar rative and altogether it is a most imporBowaa is as placable community as tant contribution to the history of the fexista whea Ihe soldiers are there war JKe HON Are jttRkrised to asnoHnce W F TAULBEE ler bottle Sold by G B Swango Ha- zel Green and J N Vaughn Campton al in Material Workmanship and ai Methods of Construction They are unrivaled in power and beauty of tone and in genuine CASH BUSINESS which will enable us to seJLyjm good excellence far surpass all organs of other Cheaper Than You Have Hver Bought Before We in particular invite the attentioa o RIVER XEN aid otiw t niakes ever offered in our country large stock-- of CLOTHING DItY GOODS Sc c which we are clkriRa OVER 1 Ve argiiow receiving D IvJOLELECTED SfOOr thcrLAGE ofeVeh varic tv of Good to supplv the demands of a our ca jtoaiers a Whole Â¬ sale and Retail which we PROPtfcsB TO SELL FOR CASPf or cxmam m Produce aud Live Stuck We have often tried to establidk a trade on a Cai haoiit but havt jM often failed -- We have also notified our frientb eusitoaer f thw DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF THE CREDIT SYSTEM xw ItittHitMR W reform our business but little attention has been gxvea to what w hit am4 Now we intend to establish upou the ruim of the old credit system a STJOCILT iti8 Vky itnt - 67000 Ml SOLD at I - ti I I 1 1 - J 1 if4 r V special low prices for calu To all of our customers haviujt accounts due we most earsestlr soSeit eHM forward and make settlements You owe it to us to do io as well to TtM34iIv as honorable men k m We will sell you goods cheaper than you haveever bought theca hrfft better afibrd it becausu we will take uo riik ou time Respectfully ian t I I Purifier C E Upton Nashua K H of the day writes For a number of years I was troubled with a humor In my eyes and uuable to obtain relief until I com- Â¬ menced using Ayers Sarsaparilla I have txkeu several bottles am greatly bene- Â¬ fited and believe it to be the best of blood purifiers K Harris Creel City Ramsey Co Dakota writes I Lave been an Intense sufferer with Dyspepsia for tho past three years Six months ago I began to use - - 1 Â¬ iNEW DEPARTURE InSIfcLeet 3usicx OXJR PRINTED JT F DAY Sick headache wind on the stomach StiBiy School Convention in Hazel billiousuess nausea are promptly and Greea aad State troops in Morehead agreeably banished by Dr J II McLeans Jasw A 3f cKeazie Secretary of Ptatie a candidate lor Congress in Polk Ia 3fooas dwtrict -- NEW CATALOGUE OI Little Liver and Kidney Pillets vial For sale bv G B Swango Hazel Green and J X Vaughn Campton 25c a POPULAR 10 CENT MUSIC OINT President Cleveland has discharged Gerowmo is goiag to surrender to Gen the French cooks from the kitchen of Mills soe More The noble red man is the White House and installed a regular lHt Oi JBGgL 22r pound Aunt Dinah from Virginia as chief cook The change shows another The report cosies fnai Washington wise step of the President that Coagress will adjourn about the 1 first of August Druffirists and merchants of either Wolfe Breathitt Morgan or Magoffin Tke Orphan Brigade IstKy C S A will call on T F Day for anv of Iioidg it axsul reanion at Cynthiaiia on Dr Baglanda medicines as the v are wholesale agents for the counties men Wedsesday August 18tli 1 Sarsaparilla It has effected an entire cure and now as well as ever Sold by all Druggists AYERS BEST PAPER AUD PTJLI MUSIC SJZX 12 Copies by Mail for L 00 -- I am Price 1 Six bottles G EMILY T M9imfaSi1m j5gS9BrrJj hXWIe Hardnin Pianos Chicliering Tianos Mathus hek Pianos Emerson Piano Pianos and the matchless Johnston Organs Write for Catalogues and Prices -- jLvJL JL jL--pm Jnccessor to LobIj Tripjo iK alnr la Prepared by Dr J Mass C Ayer USA Co Lowell Â¬ tioned above -- -- nominated FRENCHBUPG KY A big turtle was caught near Liucoln opposition at Lexington last Parish La and its head was cut off Friday ha a candidate for Judge of this Three T J CrtiE Proprietor days later a chicken found the Superior Court District t head and was picking at it when the Tabl supplied with all delifai3 of the jaws snapiied caught the chicken and fperiul utit ution to commercial si ason Oar Congressman W P Taulbee ac Â¬ killed it outright tourLt companied by his family is resting and recuperatiHgat Gld Point Comfort His When nature falters and requires help little daaghter is rery sick recruit her enfeebled energies with Dr J H McLeans Strengthening Cordial Chief Pewderly the head ipf the and Blood Purifier 100 per bottle Knights of Labor in the United States For sale by G B Swango Hazel Green To strengthen the stomach create au is a candidate for Governor of Pennsyl- Â¬ and J K Vaughn Campton appetite and remove the horrible depres- Â¬ vania It is predicted that hi majority sion and despondency which result from will he 40000 Splendid rains good hay crops wheat Indigestion there Is nothing so effective all harvested corn looking well scarcity as Ayers Pills These Pills contain no Jadge Dehaven of the Shelbyville of money and plenty poor kin ealomel or other poisonous drug act district held a specie term of the Les- Â¬ directly on the digestive aud assimilative J B Blackburn representing Warren organs and restore health and strength to lie Circuit Court last week for the trial Co manufacturers of hoots and shoes of Mrs Brown charged with the murder Louisville Ky and Boston Mass desires the entire system T P Bonner Chester of ier husband I have used Ayers Pills the merchants of Middle and Eastern Pa writes for the past 30 years and am satisfied Kentucky to see his samples before mak Col Gilder with one companion had I should not have been alive to day if It etarted to the North Pole when Ids ing purcmises elsewhere had not been for them They sweetheart had him arrested on a flimsy Dr Raglands Lightning Relief is a charge in order to prevent the trip sure cure for Rheumatism and Neural- Â¬ Bally for the damsel gia J T F Day are wholesale agent withttt Jadge J Q Ward mas ri KEEN WADE HOUSE- PIANOS ORGANS OBGUINETTSS JOLIAN ORG ANS OLIM CABINETIS And all kinds of Musical Qocda CATAioaUES PREE 519 FOURTH IMBE IMSTOLt II INDIGESTION DAY BROS Star Pianos Arion Frozen County Kentucky Creek Breathitt are now receivinj the larMt and beat selected stock of CO JOHNSTON Wholesale and Retail Dealers D S 58 for Eastern Kentucky Cured Wert Fourth Street CINCINNATI NOTION HATS Ever brought to Breathitt countr includiu- DRY GCDB SHOKS HARDWARE QUEENSWARE UoLLUW WAlUv CAPSr ROOIIRIES SVLi FLOCK TINWARE SADDLERY CDOCKrf VLSIONS of every kind In fact our tock isuoniplote in ev iy dtprtffliat MMl we ropoe to pell cheaper for cash or product than any house la Eastern ICtsm tucky We can sell you goods 25 to 50 per cent cheaper than thoo hatlo jHtai nesa on the credit ayatenu 13MM1MECM BT Mm n4SO O Our Millinery and Dress Goods Department contains the finest display ever seen in the mountains to whieh tve especially in- Â¬ vite the attention of the ladies We will take all kinds of Country Frodac st wl Live Stock in Exchange for Goods We also expect to deal largely in Walnut anl Poplar Lojrs Thanking oiir friends fir past patronage- we solicit a ctntntuaBCf the same and earnestly retjttet all indebted to us to come forward and setting at once Very respectfully c DAY lKOc St he Wheat is on a regular boom from re- sion is 8 per month from the passage of cent low prices and is now quoted at the Act to be paid also to the widows of iv cents ior oest at 31 1 teterlin deceased veterans who have remarried Dr Raglands Lightning Relief cures Cholera Morbus Bloody Flux Cramps Aa oft told tale iour tramps tired Colic and all painful affections Sold lie down on railroad track go to sleep by J T and F Day fast train four mutilated bodies It is dwtonishiiig that as worthless a thing as TheLonsdale Cotton closed a tramp should sleep on a railroad track down in consequence of Mills havebv the a strike but they do The above happened in II weavers liaois recently Dr Raglands Lightning Relief is the grandest discovery of the ane for the At a Democratic Convention held at West Liberty on the 12th inst resolu- - relief of pain For sale bv J T F itioas were adopted indorsiugiHon J R Day Hazel Green Btts of Garter county for Superior The wheat and flax crop in the NorthJadge Hon Joe Gardner of Magoffin lor Lieutenant Governor Judge A C west is only about one half of usual Richards for Attornev General and W yield T B South for State Treasurer Dr Raglands Pile Remedy is a sure cure for Bleediiur PiIm Blind PHw nml The full ticket of the Democratic ndm all forms of piles Sold bv J T F Tineoe appears elsewhere and they are all Day Hazel Green rgood men Judge G B Swango heads the list as candidate for re election as Cholera is raging in Italy and many County Judge and taking his past re- Â¬ die within one hour from attack cord as an indication of his future course he will make a mighty good one The Dr Raglands Magic Vermifuge is the county is in fine condition at present lest It ia safe and sure Sold bv J T F Day Hazel Green and he has avowed his determination to keep it that way and economize for the It costs the Government 14000 a year people However he has no opposition to light the Wliite House and is not likely to have at this late day aor in fact are any of the nominees apt to have opposition The Democrats are Best Patent Flour Shipsturts Salt fully organized and it looks like they Seeds c for sale at S S Gaithkills Ml Sterling will have a walk over Â¬ Â¬ War veteran pension law and the pen Congress has amended the Mexican me of Dyspepsia when all other remedies failed and their occasional use has kept me la a healthy condition ever since L N Smith Utiea N Y writes I have used Ayers Pills for Liver troubles and Indigestion a good many years and have always found them prompt and Richard Norris efficient in their action Lynn Mass writes After much suffer lug I have been cured of Dyspepsia and Liver troubles 4 TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY Eighteen Professors and Instructors agricultural and Mechanical Scientific EngineeringGlassicai normal School Military Tactics Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study COUNTY Fall term begins Address APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION JAMES K PATTERSON Sept 8tll X88 For lti Catalogue Iexlnctoa Kentucky DEPOSIT and other information The Celebrated kTS 1 3 TRADERS BANK By Using Ayers Pills They have done me more good tliau any other medicine I have ever taken John Burdett Troy Iowa For nearly two years my life writes was rendered miserable by the horrors of 31cdical treatment afforded Dyspepsia temporary relief ami I became me only reduced in flesh aud very much debili- Â¬ tated A frieud of mine who had been tthnilarly afflicted advised me to try Ayers Pills I did m aud with the happiest results My food soon ceased to dUtrecs me my appetite returned and I became as strong and well as ever Kim ea J M MT STERLING KY 0 JOHNSON5 AN ODYNE ojK LINIMENT Diphtheria Crerap Asthaaa BroaeMtlo XesraMo B3iu limn amHnt Hoaxsenes Inflnanra Hacking CousJXtVThooplnzCaagti Catarrh Choler Irea J3r - S Jofeaaaa A Diarrbcea Kidney Troubles sad Spinal Diseases Pm SCHOOL DESK BIGSTAFF President W W THOMSON DIRECTOR JS Cashir Tamils CJhorn Andkkw Feslir 1K K J T HlUHLAND mrMlr pALAUE HOTEL FR12NCIlBItRi T ICY Ayers Pills DS II WILLIAMS Proprietor The patronage of the traveling public in respectfully invited Table the beat aud every attention to the comfort of gtie stj znanutnetured hy the r tsa mmOtfalr These piU were a wonderfal dlacffrerr No others Uke them l x Sh ml BTTrrTh tun tmm tha OMC Of St Q aC n ntinit mih frnr TtitTi-i-rrl - THu jiwifcht yind oat about them ard you will always ha thashrsl Ose joill a doae pills iree Soldererywherg orseat by mail forage la ataaape Dr L3 JOaygOK AOOagC X9CJlrtmi ijlonuag Shandaaa Coadltaoa at aaltt M4 Jay Powder is absolutely pure aad hichlv eon tut x efclekMi oeatrated Oneounce tUtfMHtt CJ u rorth a pound or any other kind It ls I taasM 2 LftMt strictly a medicine to oeetcasr oe given wiui xooa U1 i Sold everywhere or sanSby suU tor SS ecsta ia stamp JiLSCfm ttucoaasoy jnresprepaiG ioriuu T PARSONS AKmrxall I -n- I jhit MAKE 2TXW m X- atrimi a i StZCZ BLOOD PILLS H3aa wm -it MAKE HENS LAY 3B iAiaKvanvnvw J C ritEPAUED BY CO Lowell AYEB THE JOHN SKILLITO COMPANY Go Wholesale and Retail Dealers in country ai iinii inr Iv purpose cf l thr hilL jui nciriv iU oarti ot lue wxt lobe t h surtim rtettr Vomdafewai mile more for thr aiirtL pleasioir tac palate taas of overcomtae tha discaanr have bees aauctaxat attertae ttoTUgatlr rtm Lutk aLxnA ji froMk mrt their iort muun Vkea tUcy artanothgreiiag tlAa jjitfrjuxasd jAom age miiwi aod eatinj irritable and- fceridi soawtias sod ljt m - BAFAHNESTOGKS a tue ESTUttSUED UT fe a a ne rfr year tmir ht oiebciae a offer A reuvjr fcsa tut Worm aaX from rbat ttas inneiMd uajil-- si the stescar hur h is stkdbr d itiyMkw tar Xass nearly exhausted aad BA- - Fhn Mck VcnaifUgg coshucs to gw ia tvmr tu Ici cfluc m tfte tr yi of ticeliLUca vfTer crainc ramuj diet t wtisv rcimny ia nect raommr and grindis xc recm mcmic astwrzd wqcay ajatn rclusmc nilesme less child his been laid in tsr For sale by all Druggists OK BRAWLER WITH Sidney School JOHN LouGHUN Furniture Sole Proprietor are indications of urms Manva help wh SIDNEY OHIO ThlH DRY GOODS -- erare Oa July 14th after a very lively deÂ¬ bate a resolution was passed hy the lower house of Congress directing tliat 100000000 of the surplus in the Trea- Â¬ sury be paid out on the public debt at the rat of 10000000 a month It is to 1 hoped that the Senate will concur for the measure is a just one The truth is the resolution should have been to pay out all money in the Treasury antil the surplus is reduced to 100000 000 The country is sHflfcrinfT fmm fno cial stricture and can only get relief by drawing off its surplus The resolution ie one that aH parties can approve and it remains to be seen whether a Bepub Hca Senate and a Magwump President will do any thing for tho relief of the -- WOLFE COUNTY COURT June Term 7th day of June 1880 Sievers Carson Hardware Go hurt been Adopted in arly All tlxvi Ludiii Schools of tli Country rsk ANJ The law having been complied with it in therefore ordered that the Sheriff or other officers whose duty it shall be to hold the election to open a poll in the Campton Dis- Â¬ trict JNo 3 Wolte county at the August election 1SS6 for the purpose of taking the sense of the lejjal voters in said district as to whether spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold therein A eopv attest je303t DAVID HOGG Clerk 637 W Main Street KY LOUISVILLE THE NEW AND ELESANT HIGH ARM ELECTRIC BELT FREE JENNIE JUN SEWING MACHINE IS THE BESr a JJ Microscopes And everything needed in a school roonu Ad- y- - Write us for complete catalogue drttid NOW SN USE Globes Registers Dictionary Holder MapJ Map Cu es Nuiiu riI Fniine Jharn Dictionaries Anatomical Models Erasers lJhickhoardx Liquid Slating Hells Crayon 1625000 Race Seventh George Street Cincinnati maMwaMmmw-mmf- O - cansed it death hat been entirely m5onlcrtrod aad when worms hae tealry heea sh cane It has been cail that worot eiist in tue Suunan stem from earliest infancy therefore parents especially ftJif who are matt cca antrm fcr tn surely a they eslK thejcaa W stantly with tlieir chikiren cannnt he too rfenrmc thejtrje taftly and spetiuj tetnurcd tin tbe m tt dtluait infant by the timely uvetf BA Fatssestock VcrmihtijepmfcsU Phvsicians do not beslrve to reroramend it and it la tJverr practice and many or the tatnt eminent of the chH It ha reTeatly beea ji uniform jbcccvs- - Ia fact it aeTer fell fromall parts of the country totify the illness and larje quantities of worms were duchariredaivt the ren as asafepureaiienot relief anorded Great camion mit be csnl by every purchaser to be his owa Judrs ia one sensevaod V examine eery bottle he buvs of it The simple came of I ahnhstock isnit safEcieat He must louis clcicly sad carefully to see tha taa na aoainecibC Initials are B A I AliMESTuCK and rVrm New Frankiin Howard Ca Mo A Fahnestoek i the crslnal Messrs Schwarti A Haslettirr F excellent rern InHvrteZ d tot roxny years BI aavc nocesinney Vrralfee reewn m piactice Ctntletn hare used some oi ttat most e Jr B A Fahnestocks Vetmifaife and fwind it to hare the rscrulinfc it as arcnvIy which U il10 Venaifafr i aeMleit desired effect I think your Vrmifae can not safely be dis Â¬ iu all caicswhus pensed arith in any Jamtljr Your Sir THOSlUAMOirStJ W HUBalRD M D VERMIFUG if aptinc caef te syfii tf mA Vy4 ti iiaKat beaueil r IJHWtB iaf rtluitui JLSCHWRTZaGOt A FahnestocJea Son Co FiuSitrj fLjSlff Fllflillm Sidney flOly School Furniture SIDNEY Company OHIO 1MPOUTKKS ASD JOKBERS OF C B SWANCO DEALER ir vears and we think that it will be pro- Â¬ nounced by all the readers the strongest is plot and in character the most finished in literary construction and altogether the saost fascinating of any of Mr Reads atories The Back Log characters are drawn from life and the development of the plot will show that the noted writer who says that nothing new in plots can he aceivedV makes a mistake The Back Log will he a valuable addition to Amencan fiction and will doubtless re ceive a hearty welcome everywhere To introduce it we will for a short time give away m eacn couniv to tliose likely to make good agents a limited number of our GER- Â¬ people MAN ELECTRO GALVANIC SUSPENSO- Â¬ RY BELTS a positive and unfailing cure In the issue of The Arkansaw Trave- Â¬ for Nervous Debility Weakness Varicocele ler dated July 31st will appear the open- Â¬ Loss of Vigor Rheumatism etc 300 Re- Â¬ ing chapters of a new serial story by ward paid if every Belt we manufacture OnieP Read entitled The Back Log1 docs not generate a jrcuuine electric current This work is a novel to which the author Address at ouce GERMAN BELT AGENCY P O Box 17 Brooklyn New York ju4 has devoted the spare time BUY NO OTHER IS W N HALDEMAN Prealdent of the Great LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL CO Dry Good GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTrCKY KEKrS CfSTANTLY OH HAM X FtTX ASJ OSrrKEXT OJT tells Wht Ko Knowa or of several WINTERSMITHS The Arkansaw Traveler mat- Â¬ CHILL CURE Sir I waive a rule I have observed for many years the vlue of your remedy prompt ing me to say in repiy to your request wnar Know of your Chill Cure The private assurances of its eucacy 1 uau ana inc kooq results 01 u cnccis had observed on Mr R VV Meredith who for more than fifteen years has been foreman of rny office induced rae to test it in iny famHy The resulu The first case was have been entirely satisfactory of two years standing iu which I beiieve every known remedy had been tried with temporary reÂ¬ liefthe chills returning periodically and seemingly Your cure broke them at with increased severity once and there has been no recurrence of thera for more than six month The other case was of a milder form and yielded more readily to other remedies but the chills would return at intervals until your medicine was used since which tunc nowseveral months they have entirely disappeared From the opportunity I have had to judge f do not hesitate to express my belief that your Chill Cure is a valuable specific and perforins all you promise for it Vry respectfully W N- - HALDEMAN 1 NOTIONS THIBD BAGS UNION STBSST3 1 Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made CiotJfci Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware 7lnwar Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ ies Stoves and Farming Implements In fact everything usually kept in a fint rIa coantxy store- ami at BOTTOM PJSICES AImo will take in exchange for Goods or in jjayiant of any ItTit tine rrse all kf4ts f Country Produce ainl Live Stock of every desmptlor - i The most refined and most popular of all the humorous journals Of the choicest Original and Selected ter everj week PRICE Eight Pages Forty Eight Columns 200 A YEAR POSTAGE TO ANY ADDRESS Ornca or the CoukiebJocknal houisvaxx Ur Wintertmitk Cincinnati NEW ENTERPRISE AT CAMPTON PAID KY b e Roberts wnt -- Exposure to rough weather getting nn wet Hying ia damp localities are favor We to the coatraction of diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder As a preventive al for the care of all Sidney and liver trouble aee the valuble remedy Dr J H McLeaas Liver and Sidney Balm JUNE MANUFACTURING CO 100 per bottle For sale by G B FOR THE HERALD Cor La Salle Ayenne asa Ontario Street Bwaafq iiazel Green and J Nl- Vaughn SUBSCRIBElare est and ohpjiTwxjt Wnl w CHICAGO ILL j paper published in the State SI a year r SPECIAL OfFER By special arrangement with the publish- Â¬ Tho LADIES FAVORITE because ers of this paper The Arkansvw Trav it ia LIGHT HTJNNINGr and does with eler will be clubbed 50 The Hazel such beautiful work Agents Favor m - itobecause it is a quick and easyseUer Gbees Herald fnrS opportunity to secure both papers for litte more than the price of one This is a rare AGENTS WASTED 1SDS0CCDPIED TEEBITOEY offer Take advantage of it at once Sam- Â¬ ple eopies of The arkaxsaw Traveler will be mailed on application The undersigned hey leave to announce that tjiey have recently purcuased and will have in operation in a few day a first clans CAHDINa MACHINE and will be prepared to card your wool in the best manner and and at satisfactory priced Bring your wool and have it carded will have eharce of rhe carding machine and knowing him to be an experienced carder we iVel that we can give satisfac- Â¬ tion Respectfully 8MALLEY CENTER Carter Bros WHOLESALE John A Carter C G 1 j V Co I am located afc Hazel Green M main tboiit one irnth I wiHtliall kkkda of REPA1EIKG rIarre to ray profes- Charpes reasonaLle I afso keep a nmfrntr of vTATCIIES and JEWELRY Bnielet ecklhcfrLaf Piir SolSi 6wM Rin I tn farnish ariTthinjr Tit tie Vmm All WATCHES JZWEULY Ae tmkU by me will lie seli for eh if not otlMl for ia thirt tiavs aalesw atker aerMtcuMi are made I slst have Itnriiyt - For One Monthrr a4 Mr Janies Drake Dry Goods and Notions 729 721 31 AIN of SILVERPLAXED WAJJE m Mftjw I will take Iu e xeafc faeamr Baoney thmz ia mr liae OLD SILVILR a4 iOlM Jarned G Carter D A Forline and 733 pisrYviQ aale by J T -- r xj Jo J Bethel Carter Jr J souvenir xSietcPS are esjoeciallr iarited t caL receive- - a lihtral aatraa Tsm LOLs3SVILLB KY tralr J T CoYEX ZlvatoL STREET Altmms-T-i-m f it J1S Al Se- - uw s- r ias5 sr itegKGEEEN MIrTft wf xne lonowing is the report of the stoctTSaletfat1 Eei Moreran countv Z lat WWUVJ imttvmkoA Hvertenicnts Inserted Thursday rr i u report comes rrom-- lion wni1cc nniiMTV uni nc a i -- ane Awn j rw SNTHUSIASTIC CONVENTION at 73 eetrf ihu im h firt 1eriiou Kiid il K M Pieratt who acied as auctioneer vM icJick Mthsef uct isriion p of the occasion The total sales amount Ani Accomplish Much Good th xi Cause Full Minute of the rtcetlug urtt urlk h mr jajer Iiowm to Lf24 o MtVecTiplleH kas spired The Wolfe County Sunday School you arc iBi iUnr T1 2 Convention met in Hazel Green ICy at p7rL7f7 rjBffctfl to r Hilt and ri rei Always in Advance -- Her km The Ezel Stock Sale j wuniyai KjxJjjk ivvr rr XJV Tr oe while 1116 of We wish them all the ftv and Iovelmes ti awii nrtmis -ii correspondent in companv with Dr j Your A Belle XicKel1 wife and laugliter i i aiiu aun i unicv aim ii iiuuu tvenuall had the pleasure of spending a few day in j I Yibeau bride is a personification ill Ull S IUWII t 1 Ja v r e rscar1 TSRf gaaaauiuwiai - -- - 11triwi v11 - 3 hnlcC - smTTr WEDNESDAY HAZEL GREEN KY yoke of oxen JULY 21 180 Holly VVilliams to 1 ack llaiiey to VV A GoodpasU r RM 1 1 C Coueh to A cy 1 Utasdard time 2 minutes slower than ML S G 8anple toJJ G Henry pr oxen Sterling time Sam Henf Iy to A B Pierattl heifer IS 1 leaves Mt tftealiag 7 a 3C arrives J D Henrj- - to T E Johnson 5 iV G at Rothwell at fi40 a at IJnry to T M Vest 2 yearns Ne 2 leaves Kothwrell at 9 a x arrives at Jienry Murphj to L G Murphy Jr Mt Sterltag t HUH A M j Ne3 leaves MLtftexlisg at 140 P srM ar jj ioveiace to ti rieratt 1 a rives at Rothwcll at 320 P ac Joe Iaeh to V Pieratt 2 oxenNo 4 leaves Rothwell at 34 P M arrives C Cecil to W P Samnle J hfr p jc at Jit K H Murphy to J S Nickell 2 strs t 2 connects Sterling at t3l at Mt SterliHg with 1105 A 31 Jtatlxirto A D Vest 1 cow VX in4 Ju p x iraiiw on C O railway F f Murphy U J S Nickell 1 hfr r P Sample to W A Goodpastcr for Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville Ne 3 connects at Mt Berlin with a X traia aC4cO from the Eat and 130 Same to T N Barker 1 vearling PM tram from 1oaiKviIIe and Cincinnati S S Dennis to J S Niekcll 2 steers 3e2TMoitgoiaery county court day special J V Oakley to J V Cecil 2 oxen Irxvea Rothwell nil the 3rd Monday in each Same to James Thomas 5 hogs at 3e Hatk at 7to a 5r wriviHg at ML Sterling J F Loekhart to same 2 hogs xt 9 Alx Heta ruing leaves Mt Sterling J A Lacy to J C Couch 2 yearlings at 3 p Mt arriving tRoihwell at 430 P x K H Murphy to T L Prater 1 yrg ieavej Kotuwell for Mt Sterling at 5 P X Sam Heuclr to J cS Nickell 1 vrc GKO B HARPER Supt v Ingram m j it Cecil 1 horde Kmtacky TIME TAB Li i SiHtk Atlantic Railway fxS Kash V Al liemtt 1 to 1 1L pieratt J WlttoJiCCoUCrroxn pr heifer 18SG afc 9 Oclock A 3L Services opened with song and pray- 83 25 era after which KcV II 1j Nave called V2 00 the convention to order and announced 14 00 li its nbieet Rev- 1 SSIS On motion of Rev it llC LOCAL NEWS Mt Sterling J T Tav and wife are off on a visit to is - Miss Belle Turner of Mt Sterling visitiBg friends asd relatives iu our city of Edgar county HI is in our midst visiting her many relatives Mi Ema OHair Mert Pieratt the nolid mainspring of Esel paid our tow a a visit lat Sun Â¬ day returning borne Monday Mrs JRosa Pieratt and sister Clara in eowpaay with several frienL came up from Esel o tke firt of the week J FL E SJ -- The CountlTeaclier8 Institute is in ogress at Campton this week with M DowniagAS instructor iv Â¬ Th increasefl attendance nt our Sun day Schools lFt Sunday proved that the recest convention has awakend new iatereat is the work Several teaeliers from our town and our County Sttperinfendentj Hon J M Kaeh left on Monday to attend the Institute at Campton Â¬ The posiofice at Paysborough in this county has been Te eetablished by the PostoiSce Department and S C Alexander appointee postmaster 1 IM Â¬ Hon Jack HendrTcof Flemingsburg Xy tad E M Leaaci and C A Thay- Â¬ er of Michigan were registered at the Day House last Saturday night Rev IX H Fallen preached to large Audience in the Christian Church at -- this place last Saturday evening and Lefiis Day morning and evening -- S JC Fordtwith August Bernheim Bauer of New York andK F William--so- b -- nati - with H 3Iondav Xi Crane Co of Cincin- Â¬ were guests of the Pieratt Houe the Mt Sterling papers that he had Tmade the big speculation and profits in Bob Bean denies the recent report in -- Wichita Kansas and says he never au Â¬ thorized the assertion W Miller of Madison county who has been sojourning in our midst for his health was recalled to his borne last week Mr Miller made many friends in our town during his stay Charley Shivelv John Ford and Mose Ford Cincinnati W H Thompson East Bernstadt J D Telford Salem IB and E S Dean Mt Sterling were registered at the Pieratt Monday night boomed the Sunday School Convention and then the con veatloH looHicd There is nothing like good live pajer in a town to boom that The Herald things We want it thoroughly understood - Anna Wills of Powell countv mother of Pete Wills of the Cox Mill neighborhood is not expected to live Sfce has ben suffering with an abscess In ier stomach for about four tn oaths Mrs- - Rev Harry G Henderson of George iowa Ky will preach at the M li 3rarck i this place on the 2Gth or 27th inst Mr Henderson has a State reputp tioa and will doubtless attract quite a large audience PxoL J A Cox who attended the Hazel Green High School for several terms has been employed to teach the common school at Irvine in Estill county He will leave iu August to take charg of the trust Â¬ Capt T J Henry Clerk of the Court of Appeals was narried last Sunday evening at West Xiibertv to itrs Kate Cockrell daughter of Hon J T Hazel rigg Rev J M Downing of the Chris Â¬ tian Church officiating t If I Lura Williams the Independent can- Â¬ didate for Jailer of this county called in and subscribed to The Herald last week He was asked about his canvass said he felt sanguine of success He impressed us as quite a nice gentleman ad A bevy of West Liberty leauties con Eisting of eight young ladies accompan- Â¬ ied by seven gallants from the same City f the Licking dashed into town on Sunday and registered at the Pieratt House returning the same even- Â¬ ing Judge D B Garrison the heavy weight of ML Sterling accompanied by Dayton Jr is registered at the Pieratt ana hopes that pure air and rest will soon bring hiw up to his fighting weight 102 pounds that being the notch where Billy Mize tips the beam a basket of delicious apples one day last string of our door is always open to her and ladies like her who may be laden with precious gifts for the editor Mrs Fred Day of this place will please accept ow thanks for a bucket of very fine cacumbers sent us last yeek and her little daughter Minnie a child fair lo look upon will accept thanks for the Mrs XaHnieKash near town sent us our tnaBCs ana remember that the latch week for which sbc will please accept i7 greatest vegetable curiosity yet brought Itcesristed of seven cucumbers on oBcView three of them grown together -- Spencer Cooper on motion 100 t0 nin 9 00 W O Mize was elected secreUiry 77 50 Committees on programme and reeep- JO 00 tion reported and were discharged The Chair then appointed a committee consisting of Son nominationsJtulbee F A J T Pie 50 Al x J- - R r and J Wood 60 00 ra was requested to report 14 75 which committee 45 00 at the afternoon session 22 50 H C Herndou vice president pre-15 10 sented and read the reports of the various Sundav Schools in the county which 2S 75 commented upon bv the various 8 00 were delegates in addition to written reports 50 00 90 00 Rev Mr Nave followed with a full complete and highly instructive address 8 00 subject The Sunday School Work cessful school us she comes well recom 25 00 which closed the exercise of the morn Â¬ mended 12 00 ing beasioii Wm A Burton Bro have sold one ot 12 00 their utores at this place to C F Hurt late AFTERNOON SESSION r 110 00 The convention met at 2 P x and of Elliottville Ky Total salea 1238 85 the session opened with devotional exer- Â¬ LEE COUNTY cises The first thing in the order of To the Voters of Wolfe County buMiiess wis the report of the committee Beattyville July 8 Your corresFriknjs aki Fkliov Citizens As on nominations which through its chair Â¬ pondent makes this a first effort to furnishÂ¬ the regular nominee of the Democratic man Dr J B Taulbee was wade and news to the readers of The ITeralij with party for Jailer of Wolfe county I ex- Â¬ adopted a feeling of backwardness and awkwardness A e the committee on nominations desire pect to easily secure my election at the from the fact that he is a novice in newspa- polls in August Recently there has en- Â¬ to htihiitit the follow in report correspondence Our town us is well As permanent president of Wolfe county 1er to most of your readers is situated tered the race one of my townsmen SS whom I know to be a clever gentleman we place in nomination the name of vice at the junction of the North and South For Campton forks of the Kentucky River and three though unfortunately he has not been Comb of the name of H permanent C llerndon of miles below the mouth of the Middle fork president selected by any regular party to make Hazel Green For sccretarv and treasurer Just below the confluence on the North and the race and says he is running as an W O Mize of Hazel Green The following South forks touching Proctor on the South Independent He ought to run with are the names for vice presidents iu their side and Beattyville on the North is in pro- Â¬ the party as a nominee to which he 1h several precincts Campton Isaac Elkins cess of construction the movable dam for Stillwater Robert which an appropriation was made by Conlongs towit Republican and be candid Red Hiver Allison Ko Cecil Hollv Jonathan KIkius Antioch gress Already many thousand dollars hav enough to be open in the race Trusting Janice lv Cochran Devils Creek William been expended our timber and that my friends will be vigilant and not Hush Hazel Green A Jack Wood with labor and the inwork county for on rapidly is going be led astray in this matter I am very the favorable recommendation that they be Beattyville has the appearance of being confirmed bv election to the respective offi- Â¬ alive and up to her eye in business The respectfully Geo W Dkake ces J B Taulbkc Chairman heavy thud of die pile driver and the clat- Â¬ The following subjects were then dis- Â¬ ter of the engines at the work remind one Board of Health The Necessity of the Work that there is activity near by Recently the In compliance with an act of the Leg- Â¬ cussed islature approved March 16th 1S66 es Â¬ by Revs J R Kendall and J T Pieratt town aboard of trustees has been reorganjudge and marshal have tablishing a State Board of Health to Teaching the Lesson by J M Kash ized police Jaw and order prevail been chosen and The The Duty ofPa boys reluctTiitly pay for their boisterous provide for local lwards of health and a and Dr Taulbee Â¬ The Superin- revelings and return to their homes wiser superintendent of vital statistics the rents by W 0 Mize physicians of Hazel Green met on Julv tendents by Revs Isaac Murphy and and sadder Tho hoarding houses are full 9th 1886 Dr J M Xash was elected J T GeveJon This ended the after- Â¬ and people generally busy and in Proctor ono sees evidence of progress and increas Â¬ president Dr B Taulbee physician noon session ing activity of business The whizzing SESSION EVENING and Dr R B Gardner assistant physi- Â¬ saw nt the large steam and met at 930 oclock wheel Glass buzzing now under the manage Â¬ The convention cian to the poor of this county After Co mill of discussing inuiy things of importance with devotional exercises ment of Judge Flannery proclaim to the Delegates to represent this county in passer bv thattheJudge is gathering in the relative to the duties of the officers of said board of health the meeting ad- Â¬ the State Sunday School Convention shekels by cutting an immense quantity of journed to meet at Hazel Green the first which is to meet at Frankfort August lumber for the dam Saturday in each month at 9 oclock a 17 19 1S8 were then appointed con- Â¬ Elder J R Jones of Carlisle of the m sisting of rf S Combs J B Taulbee Christian Church is holding a protracted R B Gardner Chairman meeting at the Court House and is attract- Â¬ Spencer Cooper and W O Mize M Kash Secretary J TJpon motion it was ordered that in ing good audiences He is an educated large brained good man His sermons are The County Sunday School Conven- Â¬ addition to the delegates elected all per- Â¬ deep ami learned and the work that he is tion which closed here last Thursday sons froirt Wolfe county who desire to doing must result in good He is winning night was a glorious success The meet- attend said convention be appointed as our hearts by his earnest good work and when he shall have gone our love shall folings loth day and night were well attend- Â¬ delegates The Relation of low him An essay subject ed and the greatest enthusiasm was Mrs Joanna Hargis of Breathitt was on manifested by every one All the vari- Â¬ Christian Women to the Sunday School Mrs Spencer Cooper and read by her a visit to her relatives of this place a part ous denominations were represented and by of the present and last week She is the each delegate showed an active earnest husband as proxy Hargis a prominent merchant Address subject The Relation of wife of A H- county and is an interesting Â¬ interest in the work It is a happy indi of Breathittcation when the whole people take an the Children to the Church and Sundav and lovable woman interest in the education of the young School by S S Combs Sam J of West Liberty has been Collections for theState Sunday School here on Salver He stopped at the Hill but it is more pleasing when that inter n visit est is mauifested in the moral and reli- Â¬ Union 247 House aud we opine enjoyed himself huge- Â¬ Earnestness Address in Sunday ly He wore a pleasant smile and talked gious training of the children The con- Â¬ vention was conducted by Rev H L School Work by Judge D B Garrison volubly and interestingly Your correspondent takes oeeasiou to exNave of Mt Sterling and we are sure of Mt Sterling The hour for adjournment having press high appreciation of the carving knife will prove a valuable stimulus in the nearly arrived W O Mize offered the and fork given by Tan Heratu as a pres work in the future enL The following resolutions which were unani Â¬ we heartily Herald deserves patronage and recommend it There was considerable stock here at mously adopted towit Rattle Trap the regular sale last Wednesday but Resolved That the thanks of this conven- Â¬ owing to the depression in money mat- Â¬ tion are hereby tendered to Tins Hazel MAGOFFIN COUNTY Green ters and the dull market at Mt Sterling and free Herald for the highly appreciated publications so kindly given thro Salyersville July 15 The election there was not as much sold on that occa Â¬ its columns in regard to this Sunday School of county officers is exciting the people in this sion as at the June sale Considering Convention Also all tilings however the sales were very Resolved That as Christian workers we county very much and if the candidates the run are satisfactory and the people find Hazel appreciate the visit and the earnest work of that be anow iumany field all when ou there great defeated the vote Nave und tender to him our sin- Â¬ will Green the best market in the mountains Rro H L W L May is the cere thanks for the labor and good accom- is counted in August The sales and the prices are alwaysbona Republican candidate forpomuion School organization fide and not make believe transac- Â¬ plished in thecounty And of Sunday School Superintendent and is a faithful worker for work in this be it further tions resorted to for the purpose of at- Â¬ Resolved That to the Kentucky Sunday the advancement of education He has tracting a crowd There is now an up-Â¬ School Union which has been prompted by been Superintendent heretofore and dis- Â¬ ward tendency in the price of stock and Providence to reach out into the mountain charged the duties of the office as well as any our August sale which comes off on the of Eastern Kentucky we are deeply grate- Â¬ man ever did in this county copper- Â¬ Benjamin Vandcrpool killed 11th will be a hummer Commence ful for this il first visit among us and we head on the 13th inst which oua close ex- Â¬ now and get your Etock ready for that implore the christians compoing that bodyÂ¬ amination was found to have four upper to cease not until the work has been accomoccasion plished from Pound Gap to the Pikes and teeth He has killed a great many and he says this one was the best prepared to de- Â¬ from the A letter was received at this office Tenueasee mouth of the Rig Sandy to the fend itself of any one he ever killed We line last Wednesday night from a correspond And then the convention adjourned hope he will continue in the good work ent of The Herald at Lewellyn in and after singing the doxology the bene Crittenden Back will teach school at the Lee countv which was mailed at that diction was pronounced by Rev R Powers school house in District No 2 He place on the 5th inst having been on Kendall and the audience dismissedJ has been attending college at Richmond Ky and is well qualified to teach Educa- Â¬ the road nine days Of course to have NOTES tion is much needed in that vicinity and we published it in this issue would have Rev J R Kendalls address on The hope he will have success been putting off old news upon our read- Â¬ Necessity of the Work was energetic Flux is raging among the people in this ers and yet the correspondent nor the and able section and is likelv to produce some vry paper is to blame It is the result of the Rev J T Pieratt one of our most difficult cases to cure inefficiency of the mail service in the successful preachers showed by his earn- Â¬ The State Teachers Institute will begin at mountains and the Postofficc Depart-Â¬ est address that he was also convinced this place Tuc day Juh 20th and continue ment should remedy the evil In the of The Necessity of the Work three weeks meantime our Lee county correspond- Â¬ Hon J M Kash knows how to teach Auxier ents should direct their letters by way of from long experience and can tell what Died On the 9th inst Mary BellClIU M Jackson The distance from Lewellyn he knows to Hazel Green is only 33 miles WOLFE COUNTY Hon W O Mize one of the most Avho speakers At Beattyville laborers are receiving graceful secretary in the mountains Gtlimore July 9 The election is addressed the conven- Â¬ drawing near and candidates are beginning acted as 15 cents an hour or from 150 to 180 his usually happy vein on the to look around to see who will vote for tion per day common carpenters command duty in pa rents of them James II Vest Dcmociat of this 20 cents an hour or from 2 to 240 S S Combs founder and Superinten place is a candidate for uitice of the Peace per day and best carpenters get 25 cents of the Campton Sundav School m this the Hazel Green District Having an hour for 10 or 12 hours a day as they I tendent delivered a very sensible and instructive been badly treated in the last electiou four may elecL Here is a chance for some of on the relation of the children years ago he now desires a fair show andÂ¬ our idle men to secure a snug sum of addressSunday School does not wish to be lied on or misrepresent the clear cash ere the winter frosts come to We have heard a great deal of favor- ed by any one and if elected promi es to make you a good a Justice of the Peace as again and tliey should avail themselves able comment on Uncle Ike Murphys the district has had for many years of it at once speech He told of some actual expe- Â¬ James D Graham who ha- - been vipiting rience in the Sunday School which was in- this vicinitv for ten davs has started for The Annual State Meeting of the 1 r a in uome in iee couiny Kentucky Christian Missionary Society highly appreciated followed T Gevedon Uncle Ike Joseph Graham and Jerry Combs who J will be held in Mt Sterling on Thursday with some additional wholesome advice were taken to Covington sometime since Aug 3rd and will continue three or to teachers have returned home all O K four days A large delegation is ex- Â¬ Corn crops are beginning to come out and Judge pected from the Christian Church all Democrat Garrison late of the Sentinel are looking well since the recent rains was present and being called over the mountains We trust Wolfe upon responduu The fruit crop is verv li ht this vear in with some appropriate county will be well represented Ample remarks on Earnestness in Sunday this vicinitv so that there will be very little arrangments will be made for the enter- Â¬ School work interspersed with some if any brandy made tainment of visitors There will be a good che4nut mast this anecdotes which we kuow were appreci- Â¬ year if there be any sign m a heavy hloom UNyLE ReMLS When the organs of secretion become ated as we have heard them repeated The number inactive by reason of a cold or other the convention of schools reporting at was 8 with 59 officers cause the inflammatory material should and teachers and 4fi0 scholars This is be removed and healthy action restored Prepared to Teach Institutes Ayers Pills accomplish this quickly a good showing for Wolfe county fall W at n a wnl lias T T Pwroff 1 T iuuu serious MCK- f v wi una f IIPSS- Hllrt ailfliTinor itiirrlif K nrnTnfl I w v if is v i vi ttii u I i i S aii uauguier urs ii r Prof A SANDERS luir nmmntlv nrnHlnh Unm tfl J U iilomas ot Jee Qomt Of Booneville Academy Booneville Ky whicS often develop into settleddisease announce that he is prepared to TEACH Will buy Wool Genscng Rags Hides INSTITUTES during the months of July Hon James P Marre of Letcher coun- Â¬ c and August and wilfguarautee satisfaction S S Gaitckill Mt Sterling ty candidate for Commonwealths Attor in everv instance The Montgomery eouutv ney iu this district spoke to a large au- We tender institute of ISSo savs of him F Day are selling Salt JT in town lust Wednesday He Prof Sanders our sincere tlianki for the t earnest manner in which he ha labored for is a gentleman of fine appearance good bushel our instruction ami express our approbation Â¬ morais ana uiorougniy quaiineu AlÂ¬ The Mitchell Wagon for sale at S S of the efficient manner iu which he has con though a stranger to our people he made ducted the exercises a fine impression and will fully receive Gaitskills Mt Sterling 75Charues reasonable and made known the Democratic vote of our citizens on application Address PROF A SANDERS MORGAN COUNTY David Morse of this place last week Booneville Owslev Countv Kv caught a string of beautiful fish includ West Liberty July 19 Married at ing a 13 inch bass several smaller ones the Christian Church on Sunday JulvlS AY HOUSE some nice red eyes chubs and sun pearch Cant T J Henry to Mrs Kate Cockrell - Downing officiating For some He is the boss fisherman in these parte KiV-J- HAZEL GREEN KY i t5ne Mardam Humor has been prcdictiug the In a recent fishing match with Dr Kish Rev ISAAC MURPHY Prop c0Pe anl and John Nickell he beat the two of at the altar on Sundav evening they stood- The these prctin in the themand is now claiming the champion- - dictions proved true The Cantain is a ge Market table is supplied with givenbestguests and everv attention to j euip belL niulf accommodating whole souled gemlc- Rates reasonable j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lio 00 HL x ai aT mr eecte1 J K Kendall clair Martinsburg emoting the hospitality of our relative Dr Williams and fmilv We re-turned homeyoterday evening w ell pleased Complaint and all diseases arising from with our firsfvisil fo Elliott Malarial poisons Misses Ada Kendall Minnie Ward Lula j Kendall Lizzie Kilsou Nora Hazelrigg and Harpers S C July 9t I8S4 Lula Phillips in company with some young Jor eighteen months suf gentlemen of this and other places paid a tlying visit to Hazel Green Sunday ered with Chills and Fever Dr A B Nickell and wife and son Vol- - having Chills every other day ney are Visiting Mrs E C Kendall of this After trying various remedies place recommended- - to cure used a Miss Ella Cottle of Martinsbnrg after a oottle of Ayers Ague Cure ami protracted visit to our city returned home Thursday Itave never since had a chill W M Keudall is visiting relatives in Mar EDWIN HARPER tinsbnrg CRICKET PREPARED BY Caney July 12 A Sunday School Br Co LowelL 2C as C Ayer was organized here lat Sundav with R L Id by all Druggists Hurst superintendent and J P Morris as sistant superintendent WraT Lvkius sec Â¬ retary and T J Rurton assistant secretary Jf F BRIXKLEV W B GRTJBBS We hope it may prove a Hueeess s such an institution is of great benefit to civilization GRUBBS Joe C Lykins and daughter of Campton are here Miss Lykins will begin school Successors to Brinkley Co here on the 13th inst We are glad to wel come her to our midst and predict a suc- Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in IS WARRANTED to cure Fever and Ague Intermittent or Chill Fever Re Â¬ mittent Fever Dumb Ague Bilious Fever Dengue tor 4Briak bouu Fever Liver AgiioC ure CLOSING OUT SALE Dry Goods Notions IB L-O- AYERS lP- i n - A c ju I I CAEPETS OIL CLOTHS CLOTHHSTGr fca at C E WILLMOTS THE BIGGEST BABGAHSTS EVER HEABB OF I BOOTS SHOES HATS Come Early and Get Choice Reese Building A ttROSs MAX G E WHLLMOTV - - - MLTSTRLINC GO t KY - FRAJC RorviOK JOHK F SCKtESTJUL- BRIMCLEY GROSSMAN GOUyiOM WHOLESALE XANUTACTTmSHS OT STOVES Tinware Tinners Stock Sheet Iron Januiiiifd Tinware a Specialty GG2 W Main St and 201 to 209 Seventh Street LOUISVILLE S jl TT I 1 KY BRIDLES cy 74 and 76 Main Street - J URAUMAN JAS - A S1ICTTLEWOKTH 6RAUMAN- SHuTTLEWORTH CINCINNATI O HAZEL GREEN KT HENRY F PIERATT Proprietor 4 o th most reasonable terms tion will be gives at all tiirf d thnrtc wishing to hire a HOHSE a4 RUGGY or a SADDLE H0BSE will find it to their interest to cH ult me HORSES BOAKDKD fcy the single meul day wsek or oth jfi When yoa visit Had Gram pst yonr horse up whk fete at4 y will have It well careiifor jjFCrWheii yon wast to ion yea can hire fronTrue for as keur faUf-fcPPJ5iBWiBWffiMBMMCSa lay kiy or weelc or longer Manufacturers and Jobbersof yi fills aim Main faiift Ifessy Mf CO 003 W Street LOUISVILLE KY WITH Nice Vehicles For Hire at all tiaes nd Hirsts Stfe B OB XTJNNELLY J DUNLAP BROS WHOLESALE SADDLERY J J L Dunlup B WG Dunlnp Manufacturers of wHgt-a-- Barrett Saddles Harness and dealers in 1 c 728 and 730 W Main St ir- - PARTIES COMVKYED TO ANY 1OINT IN EASTERN KESTTJCK REASONABLE TERMS- - lire me a eall when vou ueetl auvthing in my line Y ON Saddlery Hardware LOUISVILLE KY vr rwpwumjr fe H F PIERATT Â¬ Â¬ GE DOLL WITH JUDY OLDHAM JUDY lEALKKS IX- - Successors to HAXLY Rosenberg Flexner Successors tolto unberg Nathan fc Go Flexner Mount Sterling Ky WHOLESALE -- OOTS AND SHOES 712 Hardware Queensware Stores 3 Grates Plows c Sole Agents for the World Renowned Â¬ and 714 South Side Main Bet 7th J5th TENNESSEE WAGONS Tlie Best and Cheapest Wagon on Wheels The Trade of Wolfe and adjoining counties is respectfully solicited f LOUISVILLE KX EOKGE E TUCK WITH WHITE HUFFAKER Wholesale Dealers in 1 GREEN J R Boots and Shoes B Green L White H15 West Main Street V Â¬ J A Huflaker j LOUISVILLE KY ADAM BAUN1 Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se- Â¬ lected Stock of Phoenix Stables The Old Reliable Robinson PliOPIUETOKS On Commission Jones Buy and Sell Horses Mountain men will do well to consult us before offering stock for sale as we believe it will be to their interest t JliUuiillliiiJ GIVE US A TRIAL andjyou will stop withus every time Which he sells Wholesale and Retail as Cheap as they can he bought in the State Give Trim a call and he convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go N H TR1MRLE ROBT li S Drivers urn if J P- - ROGERS WITH TJtDlBLir 3 SHIPLEY DQISY CO TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS IN IDiGODS Cor 4th and Elm Streets CINCINNATI OHIO 1 Â¬ CH ICAGC COTTAGE ORGAN Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling Has attained a standard of excellence wbio admits of no superior It contains every improvement that Inventive Wishing to engage m other business that genius skill and mocey can produce will require my whole time I offer for sale For Sale weU V McWilliams MW MT STERLIXG KX Go Livery Sate and Fed SJaHt HtriquimY that valuable and property known u the etabliihed hotel PIERATT HOUSE beida vi Traders sWJi W or 1 1 are -- - -- which has enjoyed a very liberal share of The attention of horn and stale doiem the public patronage for 20 years past The Li eapechtllv invited to our facilities jbr li house contain 14 rooms 10 of them being handling oi xtock and we invite al tmttowr dining room of Wolfe and adjoining coHBtiea to mMm supplied with grate 40 teet long and a good kitchen A large ua when in the city and commodious stable and enclosed idied will hold 30 horsea A very rich garden gooseberries plums apple and peaeh tree bed A well filled ice- Â¬ These Organs are celebrated for volume and a fine aspanigua chicken house and coal juality of tone quick response artistic design house smoke houae beauty in imish perfect construction making house constitute the ombnildipgs There them the most desirable orjrand for homes i on the place two never failing weRd of schools churches lodges societies etc pure water ESTABLISHED BEPTJTATI03f The property can be bought with orwith XIXEQTJAIED FACILITIES outthe furniture at a bargain and or easy terms Any one wishing to parcha e Eaay SKILLED 1VOBKMEX spot of 4 to of an acre vith raspberries w H GILOS WITH 11 pi McCord Aydelbite WHOLESALE BEST MATEXIAL COMBCvES ilAKE THIS address or THE JH Herald PIERATT Proprietor Hazel Green Ky D THE POPULAR ORSIH Instruction Books and Piano Stools -- Coiiker Main and Preston smurq Stb WEST LIBERTY kendall house KY EC HATTERS No G13 rTzsr aTaet Sruoer - T dialogues and Frico Lists on application PPrE CHICAGO -- Mrs I Kendall - Proprietress LOUISVILLE KY COTTAGE ORGAN CO CHICAGO IC-- 0r Randolph and Ann Sts The t3hle is- supplied with theest the inarkctaflbrd Experienced haud in charge of stabled Ciiargtis reasonable B pencils TJY yonr rITeiqpM Aci frtTmcJowut JKfiaPit i Ttt - traii MI i i eWM 4 S V P n K 5iN s n a f in B itrolled down the street having prom- - tion in unfeigned surprss His for ince was pat I ised to be Tiack by luncheon time hum Â¬ the visilor was a man 5 med Rule Britinnia in triumph tially concealed by a slouch hat What j The victory won the victor as he had a there was to be seen appeared to be of WSKCttOOOFnFrvvriftar v perfect risrht to do rested upon his an olive hue and adorned with a sweep J J laurels but he need not have jnven up in black mustache Inky locks huno-HAZEL GRUN- - - EENTDCKT so suddenly the reverential worship of in nrofuson clown almost to his shout the lover and assumed so instantly the ders and the rest of the body was con- THE MOCKINGBIRD condescending tolerance of the husband cealed in a cloak that would have made V was unkind of him when he came the fortune of any melodrama On the i FrB sawv mcatlown far atrav Jipme just in time to dress for dinner stage Mrs FitzJohnsons visitor would Tle lark JMpt cm wnronnueay after having been at the club all the have been in his element In Curzon wlfotie froim tTc Toorilanil Adplfhpcmj with lolls betweengreen Jiis afternoon to plunge into that horrid street heapparently was not for with Ta ajrssfeekVnote tiats full and free French novel wth asatisBcd grunt and an oathor at least 5pmc foreign ex Â¬ tUe sftltigJca mlsstrelsy vK catbird wren nntl vlreo barely vouchsafe Irs wife a word It clamation that sounded to Geoflrey That crewd the bufe awi brafcivUelow he gave was downright rude of him when she rather like pickled onions M hHe from the dbadedlnk leaned over his chair and stroked bis vl swjft glance at the astomsiica Lap irom reed and ruth and sedajegrnss rank Fori tain ran down the steps anddisap- hair to snarl out savagely iI Cf 22eJHallJnrtpSs ttte halcyon colls j fl And wagtal enthralls Heaven s sake ilorrie don t paw me peared into the gathering gloom love the theme of rummer song aboul like that I dont like it and Is woveaortl asd spds along Who the dickens is that uares In diaatfea dusks bees uvas positively oruiai aiier ireaung The gentleman did not give his The rilletf rush l he wliirjrinz- trees her Mj sucn a way to scold her all The far off low or klac mltlt name sir He said as how Mrs Fitz 5l6 tender notes he breezes yield for being depressed But so it Johnson would know who he was and JEom v j Tl aaloiUirp and Jfstes thus was The Fitzfohnson family ark F need not announce him1 Squares 2 I lean pretty little vessel as it was with its spoke in a tone of respectful indigna Oa wooded alles and vaulted halls fresh paint and dainty furniture had tion at mis outrage on tne convenances Thn rippljng low a renrmrous sound drifted into the currentVhich sooner or Geoffrey kept his presence of mind Wake softly from the woods around The Sore3t firitJJghtsofne soul later must land it unon the rocks Oh of course I had forgotten 2inwraght witbXclo distant roll Geoffrey blinded by selfish vanity be What time did the gentleman come a thread Xwbwoodland of lyricsonj throng came bored wjth his wife s well meant This as an after thought while ascend- Â¬ Then choir in fullest As all the realm of Arcady but ineffectual efforts to please her ing the stairs Had Joined to s ell Its ecstasy much changed lord Her lavish af-Â¬ The prczn agaia a Lasa Atlialf pastfour sir Prepares for the unrivaled rusn fection varied only by ill concealed and Half past four And it was now half Whose warning was that phantasr sometime5 fearful despondency irritat- Â¬ past seven Unheralded it now swings free ed him and made him more bearish than Wita TVtliaa rich and metric s pen Did any one else call this after- Â¬ avvaadaaced low npw leap fm leap ever It was the old storv Thinsrs noon iCTsrasrkra all iwth pafateigs strong went from bad to worse- - At last then thesipperieats efsonc Yes sir but after the gentleman te VlKhe so fall bf glee first cruel rock loomed up in the distance came Mrs FitzJbhnson told me to say ts and shipwreck seemed imminent Lady 4Xot at home to any other visitors Angelica Lanstlell was so she said a Above the mist filled vales oi spring Geoffrey did not wait to hear any What throat caa bola thft molten flood very old friend of Geoffreys knew what heart can bend the surging blood - him when ho was iuite a boy I such a more but dashed into the drawing with speed to stajsucn wild delight room He half expected to find his nice boy she told Florricthe afternoon wife the victim of an assassins kuife what brain conceive such matchless night Yon little bird of tender hues she paid her first call in Curzon street On the contrary she was at that eternal Is he who thtw hath wooed the Muse She was a wonderful personage of the piano playing a dreamy sonata of To passing gilt of voiceful joy Aad from yon tree with glad employ Cleopatra type of beautv lithe and ser Kubensteins On his entering the room iia wuuilill uc C411i0 CHlU UU pentine with a voce that could coo likel she half rose but on seeing who it was AndhosluoitrftaeTeryayllfi t J a dove or hiss like a serpent at will j iju wamcwaoMd ineir ameers exclaiming Oh resumed CoBkitrandless ebbandflowkt heused a peculiar kind oi scent that kshe only you her seat MwwAadJwvto hia wendroas echosonr its hung about the room long after she had an nonor oi the feathered throng Whom did jou think it was That anus aay iy any and year by year left it She was nrystoriously fascinating iletiivGd Itrta mv childish ear GuyFawkes back again Who mavl and Florrie detested her Tints Aa4 UtBGA BiV heart Rd KtAred mv mind irnp o firrnof vrtaiunnn rT I nrTTTmr e aik is he and what was he here from e mTiiat v Which calm swelaTrliick cveFbiud pliiloophv who was blind to the pearl powder and imlfpast four til now for to the ex-Xaturc taught me at her knee elusion oi every uouy eiser Angelica impervious to the scent Etiiclbtrt D Warficld in A Y Independent Geoffrey was gradually working hira- he called her Angelica was a charm- self up into a passion made nCf Txrt i nai axJiZL jii ii uuiauiiiiiii Â¬ no attempt to calm hmiHome smiled but MinA GBEVJBRPAIR Waitnot common that Cabinetdrawing-- faintty and struck a few aggravating isters met as often in her rose lit room as at Downing street that he chords on the piano If you really care to know that TheElopBment jPlanned Between IiskI anger in every diplomatic pie her statesmanship had brought j Guy Fawkes1 as you please to call that Plorrie and the Count about a roal marriage and averted a him is Count Sparlatti an old Dresden He is an Italian friend of Joeys LmxA The redding- went off beautifully European warvcnUoeyadmitted that and when Joey came back from Dresshe was an unavoiHable necesitv Her c TKo- - - J l iZl smile or frown could make or mar a den the Count came with him to learn feuBtry and school children scattering man Jt the iicvJohnsons ever uopod English Ho was always at Mumble thorpc Ah me another plaintive Â¬ iiowexs J here was a choral service a to be anything they must cultivate An chord what happy days those were aSo Florre had to submit but gelica a Jbishop eolonial on ick leave step piot even the husband she adored could And what fun we had The Count was jrreat uncle of the bridegroom ajrural uike her more than decently civil to my sweetheart then dcin nrst cousin once removedof the ic enchantress with the cruel smle Why vou were only nine years ho called Geoffrev Geoff and who old bride and a curate An epithalamium another still more Thats all composed by the schoplmastcr was wa always sending him mjstenous lit- Â¬ tle notes about goodne s onlv knew plaintive chord Eung bommenelng what for Florrie was never told their The pas Dont b3 a fool Florrie festlvooccasion X contents sion had died out and the lecturing 41 The silly little fool is jealous mood taken its place You are nine- We offer oblation Jaughed her ladhip to herself as she teen now and quite old enought to To tUCihride of his choice ki jknimt WL UUU1 UUIU IMC fi lt liltlUpronouucejycoxfrmgeuty of1 f tlingcrown Ji I1U1 aForeign 0tlic3 UiimI - know that it is not proper to have men of crush staying three hours with you Tlie oldest inhabitant in a rhyme pretending to listen to Geoffreys earnest and to tell the servants you are at home clean smock frock dispensed blessings conversation and with inter with praiseworthy prodigality Every Â¬ etwl amusement wachng trying to to no one eKe Do 3rou understand his wife No I dont the blue eyes opened thing that human ingenuity- - eoukV keep an eye on her husband and at the their widest I thought it was the or custom countenance was done to the chic thing to do Of course at Miira to render the happy day- memorable same time arespond coheently civilities of voluble attache blethorpe they would bo awfully for its discomfort to the contracting Ill teach her a lesson muttered shocked but then they are so old parlieS 7lnspite oi thig thebrldelook the siren with an angiy glitter in her cd as charming as sweet seventeen can dusky eyes as for the twelfth time a fashioned But since I have been mar Â¬ have gained experi Â¬ look when it trie- d considerÂ¬ pale distre sed face with appealing ried I ence 1 ha e seen several charm- ing that she so to speak stepped eyes wa t irned toward the oblivions women Angelica tady out of the schoolroom into the Imsi and Accordingly when for the mg Coukf you wish for instance church carried Jierself with com- Â¬ t lirtecnth lime the meancholy opera me to take a better model Hence mendable As for the lion was repeated the d tre s on the bridegroom hewentthfough the ordeal ale face gave place to horror and the if any one notices my frit ndship with like a soldier and a man and looked eyes were fied and blank as they saw Count Sparlatti you can tell them that I knew him when he was quite a boy According- to the doctors daughter Iuh Angelica withlier most entraiiMiig such a nice boy 1 may spem become heavenly 2iot the least satisfied her hand for a 1 a iicmber of the wedding party was the smle place on Geoffreys arm moment so charming that the can make love in caressingly only for public -- smle in face brides brother Joey TheJnrJs must a moment because it was instantly put my hand on Irs nlce boyshim to arm for look slippy after husbands intiee hard grasped by both of his clasp in his Only this ort of thing tiHJejnaii oeen that young man s re- Â¬ i requires practrce o you must not think Spurred on bv mark a year before My dear old girl What i the mat it strange it i have t lew private re jjarental murmuflngs at empty farms evjlaiined Joey hearsals when L am mot athome to the and no rentFf Joey Jiadugsfeated a re ter Arcyofi edy large ducton in the home establishment in a he plunged turoiigli the crowd to his world at dare you speak like this How 4de r AgSteadof hisjsub tautal but inadequate sisters to Oh vou dont know how much I Comc iiiorrow as soonasGeof- allbwuiccl The establishment did not frcy h gone 1 want to talk to vouJ dare wlien 1 am put to it - But the de- juite see it but Joev was lirnu Tlie girls must marn and one of them a- whispered Florrie brokenlv as her 1 nam nuie laugu enueu in a sou anci u vAiiumuii- iiiittL nun iy vjfunie XHZ brother deposited her safely atyherown the dauntless novice ran out of the kr ropm I JOJmson ilielwasm evei v wav ehr door Geoffrev gnawed his mustache fumed t j tale young good looking well oft msa about the room ressted as unmanly lauir ibecth at the War Dffiee and liar Next morning brother and sjsterjhad an impulse to run after his wife kiss to several rich ami f edale relations So a fong confabulat on during which Cautain FitzJohnsou wa a ked down to Joey tugged hard at his phantom mus- Â¬ away her tears and implore her to only CJ iIuinUlethorpe jiassod over five charm tache and Florrie blew her nose very be charm jig on the old Mumblcthorpe ing aspirants to hisJiand and heart and often The result seemed hardly satis Â¬ lines and finally decided to confide his threw the handkerclfef to the hock factory for Joe departed remarking troubles that rory evening to Lad An Â¬ jjp0ljKided roungTHjrson ivlip sent a ptt of that it wa the very deuce1 rind gelica jimsk wdthin an inch of his devoted Florrie sat looking into the fire until it From that fair oracle he received but My dear Geoif it 03J2icad- Icraning iu ofthe Schoolroom went out in elf defense However at very cold comfort s u ves 3011 right You thought because window on the evening of his dinner that evening there wa a marked arrival to catch a glimpse of improvement in Mrs lit Johnsons she had given you all her heart in neglect- Â¬ iiLoeyiKhunn--ltwsrathea ispirits indeed so hilarously cheerful vou were warranted So like a man Jjlow to Joey his chum walkinir off did she become by dessert that Geoffrey ing her Mr Now Avith his favorite iister but he bore- - it acclimatizi d to a dead lev el of depres- Â¬ Lansdell was just the same pli losohicilly HcJuid always in 1 sion felt inclined to resent the rise in she f is consoling herself Quite luuucu io eAerue a particular care over thej dome - tic barometer The rise was right I had no idea vthat she had so j i morning wneii il much sense I admire her Do 3ou Jriorrie jnleivitbcn ul came oniTa aieauv oneine and hewasjnci preparedeforsthc vounjri slave oujrht to iavc been m close at-- think she would dine with me on the By the by if the necssitj How- - tendance on her master cutting the fifteenth ladvVoinsr off so prematurely FitzJphnsons woiild live in end off his cigar filling his match should arise let me recommend you ever the The managed Mr Lgiidon md as Joeywas in the Foreign box and meekly receiving the orders my solicitors HkOfiltenilJln rootns an Bury street ne for the day she was playing a polka on Lansdells and my affair beautifully coulll stilFkcep an ave on his sister and the piano and actually forgot to My husbands messages sound almost see tlia sliejlielil Jifrtnvn 5n ihe smart wi h Jlvreat man good bye On and affectionate when lhny come to me ovi lu nuivii jiii uusuanu ivib so pop- - off during the dav Geoffrev found him through the senior partner Heavens Had it really come to this utar a meiuer tJoevwa ten veirs self pondering- on the alteration in his older than Florrie and had the mate tic wife It wa of course a bore to have Not married a year and solicitors on csTTiafevand nroelivitifts of hr follnwnohini about looking like i the tapis already Lady Angelica gave a man about town He was what is whipped dor but after all that wis a a stealthy glance under her eyelashes at krpwn as a reat institution which fault on the right side and showed that her downcast companion She had a meaiis that he was invaluable in anow-- she appreciated her posit on as his wife heart though no one suspected it bound country house He could tell It was a sign of proper if excessive Look here Geoff Be a man Go lirst rate and first hand ghos stories subjection but to st playing a polka home and tell your wife that you mean 5fc35dbullpass ffie severest examination when the hat brush was mislaid was an to turn over a new leaf and not take Dejrett He was a pillar of unheard of dereliction of duty Geof all her devotion for granted but try and strerigth in private theatricals and frey returned lfome exactly half an liour earn it Clear up the mystery of our t tPl could imitate the diine harah to the earlier to administer a carefully prepar- - nods and becks and wretched smiles life He knew ali the latest gossip and ed lecture to the culprit only to find Explain to her that tender little epi- Â¬ jHggula telldtwithonrecniing ill natured that she had gone to the Gaiety with sode at the Foreign Office was only grati- Â¬ Joey The solitarv dnner with no one tude on yoir part for my having prom- Â¬ Joev was a social success A happier couple than the FitzJohn to scold was a dismal experience and ised to speak to the Duke about that sons when they first camr to Curon Geoffre felt distinctly aggrieved Next staff appointment with which you wanted street could not be imagined It was day things were no better Florrie was to surprise her and fun on mine to only when Captain FitzJohn on set-- jn tearing spirit5 received the deferred make her jealous and see what stuff she itledjd o wiui n hisnew house and histoid lecture with ribald laugTitqr dismissed was matle of Tell her I have repented itlmtT lib matle the gratifying discov- - his theories of wifely duty a3 bosh in sackcloth and ashes and have sent ery that he had won his wifes heart and had the audacity to refer him to vou back to her with a Ilea in vour ear sas well as her hand During the court- - j Lady Angelica who no doubt was an I and the staff appointment in vour ntEhrp and honeymoon the disposition authority on that subject as well as pocket Tell her that she is better off Geoffrey was very moody than I If her husband has neglected that important factor in matrimo j every other riial happiues bad been doubtful all that dav nc men at tne cmo vot her he still loves her while I God bless you Angelica Florrie teased chaffed and commanded ed him slow and Ladv Anjjelea called nusoana m a way that to sucn a nun a oore to ins lace it was very an Dontbe silly Now be off her Geoffrey walked home under the stars conquerng hero was both novel and j noing but he was obliged to admit to provoking Captain FitzJoha on Jiad himself that his triumph over the sub a happy man He had been a brute however learned strategy elsewhere jugation of his wife had been a little and a fool ho told himself severely It han at Woolwich The morning after j premature The process must be con was lucky things were no worse After JftilfofarriYal SirXondon Uie witr- - voung tinued and one great element all if winning his wifes heart a second left his wife in her boudoir the in its final success wa man he told time was half aspka ant a process as the latest thing in boudoirs executed un- - himself with secret glee the fact first the penance for past neglect was a she had dcr Joeys supervision wondering dis- - that unless suddenly light one It was striking twelve as he unaccountably mally how she should kill the time until and she let himself into the dark hall altered The clocfchJn th evening when siie loved him to distraction As that even darkness was unusual for Squares g he wJked up Curzon street it vas always left the gas burning for his mas- s told she might look forward to see her Ibrd and master again It was this thought that made him prepared to fter to put out His nnUih box was something more than to fetch a for- - be very gracious and as lenient as he empty but there might be a stray light gotten cigarette case that made Cap Â¬ consistently could be toward any little in the pocket of his Inverness io the A sharp solemn ticking of the hall clock the tain FitzJohnson retrace his steps on excess of youthful pirits arrlv ng at the foot of the stairs His struggle with the latch key was cut search commenced It ended prema- Â¬ instinct had not deceived him The shortlw the butler opening the door to turely in the sudden opening of the let a visitor out The occurrente so drawing room door and the flooding of fortress had capitulated Jove you so tieourey sobbed the late in the afternoon was strange and the landing at the top of the stairs with -I poor little svue with her head on her the appearance of the visitor so sin light Some one was still up Might husbands shoulder and Geoffrey as he jalar that Geoffre- - stared at the appari- - it not be Florrie waiting for him - Hazh Gbeen Herild mSS3S Geoffrey walked quickly to the ioot oi the stairs but stopped with one foot on the lowest step as if turned to stone It was Florrie and some one else en Â¬ SOlrOF It gaged in rapid breathless conversation Delay no longer my love He may be back at any moment Oh Luigi I dare not If we should meet him he would kill vou -- or lt - 1 flwte-aote-so- -- Come Come Geoffrey steadied himself by the ban Â¬ ister and waited Then shown up by the surrounding darkness as a tableau vivant there appeared on the landing his wife hooded and cloaked looking fearfully out into the dark abvss be fore her and clinging convulsively to to the arm of the Italian Count Spar- Â¬ latti There was a yell a shriek and an oath as Geoffrey bounded up the stairs and seized the intruder by the tlm-ner-ti- me a4 ite -- -- -- -- - 3t6 asMewffefK-uifitownjBelody- x cloak just as he endeavored to retreat into the drawing room The yell was a broken English rendering of Heres a go The shriek found expression inLuigU Luigi and the oath was well never mind what The chase and The Count struggle was desperate who had left his cloak in his assailants hand cleared ottomans and chairs Mrs Fitz with astonishing agility Johnsons heroics had degenerated into hysterics to judge from the peals of laughter with which she greeted the Counts desperate efforts to escape At last he was cornered hissing and scratching like an enraged tom- Â¬ Oh cat be careful Geoffrey His beautiful hair for the infuriated husband had hold of a handful of the Italians matted locks There was a tug a groant and lo and behold not only a handful Inita whole head of raven tresses remained in the victors grasp The flowing mustache came -- B100111 gaspea ijeoiirey iamtiy Oh Joey water brandy He is not well We carried it too far I told you we ought not to do it Its all your fault scolded Florrie with all a womans treachery and her arms round her still dazed husbands neck him all the names of the honey- Â¬ and-call-in- g Avery good joke Joey my boy1 next 4 - CM v 4 v fori moon i -- j - - Â¬ T though sister good night under the relit gas I think it was said Florrie with a happy laugh but no one must ever know about it And no ever did except one person but then she knew every thing Thats a very clever boy Joey mused Lady Angelica over her morning cigarette I must see what can be done for him Belgravia SNAKE CHARMERS An interesting Kxhinltlon Witnessed Tn the Streets of Tunis A few days after this however while walking in the suburbs of the city with the interpreter of the English legation we came across a crowd of Arabs and Bedouins who were witnessing somo kind ot a performance or show that evidently was of interest Pushing our way through the crowd as best we could to see what the attraction was we found another seance of snake charming in progress this time presided over by two wild weird looking Bedouins who the interpreter informed me were the most famous snake charmers in the regency of Tunis The ground in front of them was literally covered with snakes of a larger and evidently of a fiercer species than those of the Ethi- Â¬ opian Several of them the interpreter informed me were very venomous and one of the Bedouins in a wild inco- Â¬ herent Speech was endeavoring to im- Â¬ press the fact upon his audience and also that their poisonous fangs had not been extracted Picking up one of the largest and most savage looking he would hold it at arms length and tanta- Â¬ lize it until it would spring back and fasten its fangs into his face or some part of his body Dropping it he would then draw out from under his bernouse a small box of ointment and apply it to tha wound which he Claimed removed all the poisonous ef- Â¬ fects By the time he had finished this part of the entertainment the crowd of Arabs had largely increased and had so far eucroachecd upon the open space or ring where the show was being held that there was scarcely room for tho to snake charmers move about To make the crowd fall back one of the Bedouins adopted a quick and most effective remedy Grasping from the ground the ugly fel- Â¬ low that had just been exhibiting its savage nature and venomous fangs and which must have measured eight feet in length he commenced running around the ring and thrusting its angiy head into the frightened faces of tho spectators The snake was standing out in a horizontal line and tho Bedouin was holding it about two thirds the distance from the head As it came near the Arabs it would spring at them with its wide open mouth and its eyes flashing lire in a most diabolical manner There wa- - no hesitation in oboving the Bedouins com mand to fall back I never saw a crowd gathered around a street show expand so suddenly as this One tall Arab who was on his knees leaning for- Â¬ ward intensely watching the perform- Â¬ ance not getting out of the way in time was seized by the savage reptile which fastened its fangs into the hood of his burnouse in close proximity to his nose During the excitement that followed and while the two Bedouins were endeavoring to unfasten the fangs of the serpent from the Arabs hood to which it was clinging with a death like grip the other serpents on the ground commenced gliding quickly away in different directions close at the heels of the panic stricken Arabs who were running different wavs as if the poisonous serpents were in full chase ready to fasten on to their bars feet Chicago Interior BOLD Â¬ Â¬ I think my plan was a success said Joey as he wished his Cs - J - MR E7k 111 t nll tete-a-te- te devise - 3 ibOt self-possessi- - J 1 1 -- - 1 w -- Â¬ - r - i - - ixi XT -- Z - IftW-nvhi- o- fJriortt 1 I TRAPPING A MOTHS wf t J Simple Method For Keeping the House Clear of These Destructive In Â¬ sects The household moth always Hies at night and being readilv attracted bva lamp they may be trapped in the fol- Â¬ Place the lamp in a lowing manner tub or even a large wash basin par Â¬ tially filled with water Let the blae be bright and the tiny millers will soon flock around it and when they fall into the water the3 can not escape A lady who has pract ced this for several years says she begins as soon as the warm weather sets in and for some time none may be caught Then on some nights a large number will be taken and in the close of the summer when these insects again appear she repeats this practice and in this manner keeps her house clear of them Some may think this is S305M5GM74 Total a good deal of trouble but she thinks it It is safe to put the dairy plant of the Tne carpet bug has evidently pays come to stay but it can be fought by the nation at2000000000 and the annual Western Rural use of oil of cedar placed around the outputat 565000000 edges ana there are other preventives Stirring the cream frequently will of equal efficiency Cincinnati Enqirer make more butter Rural Kcw York --- PLEASANT WORK THE DAIRY Churn at sixty two degrees to get Why tbe ffteskiagtea Fia JUserrBlr I reaar as a GMrgatiiott MOWWIHRk the cream quickest into butter Boston Cleansed with Uaasaal Tjaeraagaacsa 3lciTT m of IwMt pronoea ibw u Globe rm jp Immediately in front of tie Capitol tnarnn tha teadei Pack it as soon as salted if you TJbtonriWfrcaofta on the west side is a large fisk reserwant to keep the butter Farm Field TJdsaflfcrig4tift voirand Stockman It is probably sixty feet Wag by iB400XagsMorrorMAi part ami ooainal Butter well made like igoods well thirty five feet wide on the average and Pwrees CoHoa 3fckl rj t bought is half sold but we must sell is p obatly eighteen feet deep at tie loci the other half Rural Neui Yorker upper end and fourteen feet deep at tbe Foul water makes foul milk and lower end It is shaped like am egacas foul milk makes bad cheese andbutter Dune or stone ana catcnes tn a surplus Let no dead animal lie in the creek water from the springs beneatk the capÂ¬ American Dairyman ital which supply the inhabitants witk The dairyman who attends only to the making and fails to attend to drinking water An iron spout pours Dkucai dSfioagoa af either sax the selling is only half a dairyman the surplus water into the reservoir ia induced Tadin tM t JudamaaajaWr Mm constant stream There is Q9wKm aajaaaalarge ceate im sauavM1 aw rVa The selling of the butter is as impor Â¬ Wnanlix7r variety of fish in the reservoir and lean Â¬ aary JAQ1 tant as the making Stockman We once knew a farmer who fat- Â¬ ing against the rails which surround it MC9T yaax krlttfcum are aa tened a yoke of cattle ready for tho may bfe seen at nearly all times of the mWtHimMH HI gWOBbutcher three times in three consecu- Â¬ day a crowd of spectators for thewater tive years and lefc them grow poor as is so transparent that tbe fish may lie many times before he sold them There seen at any depth During the past orijriaalraolar Bails SailgrarafrMK Malarial is a great deal of poor dairying done week a body of laborers were engaged para 3tarifc in that wajr the cows are well fed for two or three days cleaning out this speoiAaia Avars Agaa only when they are dry Hoards reservoir Tho water was turned off TAUCiflChaa axeept rtraatjk ft and the fish taken out and placed in Vim Arsmmeie Jtrtinis- Dairyman vats The bottom of the reservoir is paoa rr When cream is colder than the covered with stone and cement but PIXA3 surrounding air it takes up moisture on top of that was found a mucous a S9AgTrcaantaNatt llmm and impurities from the air When slime of mud moss and leaves probaÂ¬ mbsrOlaAa at a haaa rate -air is colder than the cream it takes ip bly three inches deep The architect of xxb WjnsJntJ5aefc or Jh moisture and whatever escapes from the hospital said that during the process the cream In the former case the of cleaning the Teservoir although the - THKsteefoteamaatraTalgt kfesiMM cream purifies the surrounding air in jyprk was very heavy and unpleasanC IaiaMjjfcJmTqtf c the latter case the air helps to purify none 01 tne aune aoout tne nospua i maTV If afJKctea iritk Bora the cream Montreal Wrlness vfereperformedw ith greater zal and ThOffipnsEyxlTaWrITaTasaalifcaSa The following general rules will pleasure by the workmen Tie reason A 2Tzw York papar says iba apply In the selection of calves to be of this was lie said that the man who C MKav raised fordairy cows Theliead should cleaned out tho filth often found a good tiat city is a white li not be over large the neck thin rather deal of valuable treasure in it Sena- Â¬ - jr - zif jot catarrk V than thick and the skin possessinga soft tors and Representatives are often seea tonsojs Kemeur a Jtajotfora is use lt is not feel that can only be judged by an ex Â¬ to throw dimes and nickles and fancy pert Look to the escutcheon and bttf tons and scarf pins into the pool IhbCg Rtr Brffcys haafc afoat milk veins These are as good indica- see the hsh dart alter tnem yosr office JfrrAa Trtdir The b tions of character as the pedigree reervoir is cleaned out about every Troy xV Y Times three months and there is found depos -- Plenty of clean water must be con- Â¬ ited at the bottom of it almost a peck of veniently at hand for the cows to drink these little trinkets which are thrown tSTMa 9t TUB WWWk jarwaK The water must be sweet and clean into it and occasionally the workmen i their mi MKawfeT mr enough for the human stomach Abun Â¬ receive very valuable tips for their dance of such water is more essential extraordinary labors On one occasion in the pasture for the cows to drink it is said a diamond ring and three or while secreting- milk that contains four five dollar gold pieces were found eighty seven per cent of water than among the valuables They had evi- Â¬ it is in the dairy house where a small dently beeircastjnto the pool by mis Â¬ amount of water will answer if ice is take Washington Cor Vhjcago Herald used and hence can more easily be ob Â¬ tained pure Dairy The English court for crown cases reserved has just decided a curious point MILK RATIONS in criminal law One man aimed a blow at another but missing him struck and The Food Value of Mangels as Compared wounded a woman He was tried for with Carrots TH Carrots make better flavored milk striking the woman and fonnd guilty by jury TONliC and butter and rather more of them the intend It was admitted that he did not to strike her and that the TWtaasin aeaaimu Iroa vitk than mangels when equal weights are blow was purely accidental The court tonics ami is inTaloabia Jac JMaaMM i mwt nit uHn Uam fed Mangels are notorious for making sustained the conviction Lord Cole- Â¬ riches and PariSm trail rrnlrnitirrWiiiil thm Btead MCtaratataa b Aptite screaatta the Jlawalaa a thin and low flavored but not unwhole- Â¬ ridge explained that the prisoner in- Â¬ tended to do an unlawful act and in some milk like that from brewers I ii ot biseicsa doing it he inflicted the injury The Bcodae weonatoaoow tiM teeth suiunJiiiiin fcv aitvikrJron grains Thcv have a food value as Mas MTJCCoixx3SbmIKQril nwi intent to injure a particular person is wJnamiM I oaed Brants Irom Ihtteta flarFi compared with carrots as seven to not required That is the offense is with grat basest aKar fcTiBg bowainulated r tro nine but mangels are raised with less made out if the assailant purposely and phjsicnaa without le I aewaamia bettor aeaafc laocr and will produce about fifty per maliciously strikes at one person but Maa Wjc H Woods IohinMna g tsm 1 Bsad Brewas lroe Bitfcera farluejs t atrsaalBt ltuai ecnt more weight to the acre than hits another oaiaat Bnwcsttr aBaKar Umit i aaa carrots about six hundred bushels of wcrfc witaouttiua vawaMa itimmrtTifl vc carrofc And nine hundred of mangels Recently Albert Isaac Indian being the usual crop for aiv acre of was hanged at Alturas Cat 3n a mur Â¬ Geaaae haa bora Tmdn Majkaad iwuBBtnljell for ea wzspeor Take m sHier wicfri iilr kr good ground if good care be taken of der committed about a year ago He 8K8WX CHE30CXL OWBAUIMalMr JKW them As measured by analysis five made no confession while in the jailr and a half pounds of carrots or seven and said up to the last that he didnt pounds of mangels would have a value known anything about He rather UHtAflDALM amPTFTvi equivalent to one pound of oats Owing seemed to like the idea of it beinghanged to the quicker and more complete di- Â¬ In conversation with Kev Griffiths he hme itsd tw gestion and greater efficiency of green said If I live I have to work hard to Elr food than dr something less than the make my living If I die no work any botiUs I Cream Salm taid weights above named perhaps a pound more Ho was engaged most of his less of each would be as valuable as a time during his confinement in playing consider myself cur-Â¬ ed suffered 20 pound of oat solitaire and said when he got on years from- catarrh As a quart of oats weighs a pound the other side he would teach the game and about eighteen pounds of carrots or over there He ate a hartv dinner be Â¬ ache catarrhal head and this is the twenty four pounds of mangels would fore being led to the gallows San first rcTiledy that affbe a fair exchange for four quart of Francisco Calf orded lasting relief D T HieminsoH oats In substituting roots for oats it 145 Lake Street Chi- be remembered that they differ should There arethree kisses in the world eagOyUlk HAY EE1 so much in composition that one can of miscellaneous kisses which may bo-- A nmxiirif mmilnl tsto cacaaogtrniuidanayxMw not till the place of the other Oals fniHi nwmatina ax firrunrtfaiaw J counted true the kiss the mother light I to ae ElaX BROTHXKSIniwMawtJr Iter circular alone make an excellent food being well balanced as tc ly lays upon her babys dewy lips the SCHOSyTTrVT flesh forming and heat producing mat kiss tne motner gives ncr noy as ne goes forth into the world and the kiss we ters while roots are very much lack still pale lips of the RENAISSANCE SOAP ing in llesh foriuing material- - Some press upon therest are like the straw Â¬ dead All the Coprrisnt Secared7 thing that will make more flesh than berries in the bottom of the baskot to There Is nothloKjnore pIetMtnr aa a 3jtjn roots should be fed with them Wheat biotckes nd piaytapv suspicion--Chicag- o Jour- Â¬ tkin free from sore out SKIS SOAP ae aW uss3flrRuRnte at tbe kia aaU veals taat aaa bran and middlings would help them be taken oncure for alt ea3 very much or an equal weight of early nal eTccbeenprwentedtntlie p sblic ITroa augtro a clrar Vfrtr ViLt channuu complexion use Mmaim cut clover hay or one eighth of their A medicaid journal says that un wnw Soap PSce cent per cake SaM or all weight of linseed cottonseed or pea ventilated hats are-- great causers of lMnon droflKi5Vjcrr5ake4ln3xwjH34ar nceipt oz 7 tenia br nail meal When fresh not fermented Fhe beard never baldness and adds cixcixx vrx sjup coacrnrv brewers grains are fed with roots in falls out because it has plenty of light Sol 3Uattfacsmprst equal weights each serves to correct and air Ah well you dont know the defects of the other and the two about that If a man began wearing a make a much better milk than eftlier beard asvearly as he wears his hair per-Â¬ would alone Prof L B Arnold in haps by the time lie is fifty his jaws X F Tribune would be as bald as a billiard ball 2f Y Telegram THE DAIRY PLANT Bet In the has war W ery BuLaM wsrW Madness in cattle was once sup- Â¬ autxfeed rrazer MOXJi Importance of the Interests AflVcted bjr Oleomargarine antl liutterine posed to arise from a distemper in the N Rife to Git Of Horses Mini An esteemed Eastern contemporary internal substance of their horns and ueienrarea i JLijrstJE JJJULX- in referring to the importance of thrf furious or mad cattle had their horns jucsad axiauc imMai caa noi otr snppeu or any Dorse i amr pie Halter to any prt or tins US dairy says that by the last United bound with straw 1 zee oarecelpt of SI- - Soiaty States census it appears that 777 Best Goods re Pat la Smallest Tercel The old proverb is certainly trad in the Trule S3TSend for Frtce Llftc 2502S7 pounds of butter were made case of Dr Piercos Pleasant Purgative jv ijaaTaocasnocMter2T lGi7i16o pounds Pellets wbicu are little inigar wrapped on the farm in factories and 12950621 pounds parcels scarcely larger than mustard seeds SAHFENTERS us a total containing themuch cathartic power g as is Farmer Butchers and others 1WC1 tM factories in biggestimObtreDulsive-look-indone up in M 3LKX or of 800672021 pounds At twenty pill Unlike the big pills howevert we oar IVEX Batcher Buck Eraakvcaad a to tile Hand Kip so tkey cat better than kinds and pleasant in five cents per pound the value they are mildproduco griping their opera- Â¬ fliers of Saws C lllaatrafcHl cfrewiws ever-- Tw for tion do not pains norr flresi f re BOTH Jt EEO Sw Gxrca Wimr Jkd E was 201668005 Of the cheese there render the bowels costive after using was made 27272408 pounds on the farm 171750405 pounds in factories There are two things a woman likes to and 44134866 in skim cheese factories HitEM got into papers her fronC liair asd har Couch Tastes good a total of 243157850 pounds At ten uama pi Best tattcaeSyrn p ay diuaiiMii Dm S y w JSolt B m cents this was worth S243157S5 The UrSTOE down A featherbed Lif sum of the values of these two kinds of dairy products is S225983790 an Â¬ Solo again Second hand articles But nually Add twenty five per cent in- Â¬ lingfon Free Presx crease for the last six years since the The bniall boy now dreams of jnarbl poatilT bT mudr tor t one given by the census which is a hauls iminitw rfeuu or U- iron KM m ami kflMiM Boston QommerciaT otlaac InWd3o nro a fHh H atmf low estimate and we have the sum of ttttenn two Borixag yaaamjhxniiitm jhita M34 282 479737 To these figures should Was tha drum beaten because it called ITASLK TSrATlSC w tHU dtMMata wrirfmc fnS mwiarftmiii RTa36occacKrtxa be added an equal amount for milk con- Â¬ the harp a lyre Texas Siftings sumed in the cities villages and on the rgfecc JKW1MO MACHMCaV A LAWiEU is m Warranted fire years Sentoatnal farm as it is generally conceded that placed the fee not a cat but he can be Ifdwlred SirjrdurcerzadsaVoaaV line category in Aaa to33R Organs siren jprealam Â¬ one half of the annual milk flow is disWnto Tor ntE circnUrtrltt X8wnsn- posed of in this way This makes a He covered the whole point The man moniabi from errry State GEORGX FAYNE t OX l W3foareetClag- grand total allowing ten pounds of who wit down on a carpet tack Life for one of cheese and twenty live milk FACE XLW T2ET Yorxo man never say to your sire Ba9 K all tiwir iBHrrfeKaB hufnaar MaV aP for one of butter of 564959474 go father and fare worse You might ayaH iaf6WHaMCC MaV In 1880 we had 12443120 milch Detroit Free lrex Jfoln VTaru XM FncUa tw omiK umm son ssai mr cows An increase of twenty five per iin Or JOHN H Wa0aMlaty Ak is cent would make the number atpresent Itgp not patriotistnwaich leads doctors 37 5 enrtarr3ir avKn mtn tM to war Its pillage Pittsburgh 15553900- - At thirty dollars a head a to Chronicle low price they are worth 466597000 ARTISTS Colors- - JBaaoa erartL W Put the value of the annual dairy A man should be allowed to laugh at his ZT Ftower Si1m Seaal foronr vsrtoas awwgwaa products and the value of the cows to- Â¬ own joke Others may not see where tbe HaUonlerssollrtted Kef3CJLrX M1mHJ laugh comes in lMaia Scrt Claaiaawai Oafaw gether and we have the sum of 8749 - sum must 076737 To this enormouof OHOfCC IT 1 tfO 4 Q A WRrrEn saysT What a quaint head was tOO OOO AC EJk Ti be added the money invested in dairy Carl vles Were you a quaint head witk apparatus and machinery him 2ext btjlitig i buildings and that invested in lands devoted to iphlfcrrBlhHl fraw wannnMaaHlim to Japsaoa 21 ax pvoppes woman discloses X lSWaaatagtaa X Caaiw an daily purpose a sum which we have the whole world says I told youso and then 1 A Bur no means of approximating but which liitgton Free Pre FADUS DEVILED CBAC is enormous But allowing four acres A DfakwitktheyiaTorottagQeaaaTlaaMaavytit A homely woman has some adraatage per cow worth thirty dollars per acre over a beautiful one It is possible for aa la one ami tiro pofiiMl eaos hy t36tmtmtm Jk Co we have the startling sum of other womon to love her Chicago Trilnmei The buildings machinery T 9 A AT Saa9arnfiaXr apparatus etc can not be less than Wheel never tiro o estertaiaiag the cyrnSELiaesBotnaertReB4vefeC HMta BBgwsxxa SArarr aaa uuuBawHiWaiwaa clists- Let them axle they wane and they ten dollars per cow this is 155539 shall have it Boston Post- 000 00 Now put these sums together MGwr1m im jp aur aaa i 9m 5fHtfir9fr4 Annual dairy products value Gas bills should be carefully filed not OPIUM jn aita jr 4vj37000 Value of cows preservation Value of dairy land lgUtS00 necessarily for size Judgt bat in order Value of dairy buildings etc lV530T0 to reduce their Taaww ore t 31wii - r A I Â¬ ti at WOMEN - to ml hi rR3 ar a nnrbYs CatambH I f - I -- TT milk-produci- ng r Â¬ - 1 CaHlN- AXLE GREASg Xryta-awM-a-jiM- ff I FRAZER SltogSSi fJ9M m Stvim-chee-o- C 30000 atiB ALSuaaaa C0NSUMPT18N 1 - -- ttim ISlCyCWSB p arMaraiaVa- - Kri M ina MlS2 LANDS m 1866-45800000 m 5 Mnar 3Iex who think they opinion say to the world when you wish to think y O Picayune mold pnblta Please ask us ia- TANiILT gITKlSfTT f tana ueparriim mn Mm - A bachtxor editor who had a pretty an married sister lately wrote to one similar Please aiehaap lv circumstanced IT Y Tgram tmiiwt ajir rcansacy uvstm jaaawawmai nOlTAI W- ywaHyWaa Caaaiagacflaea Ax WHJE3i pleaeaajryaaiaavr Uti8iW lXTie6 3Hfr c JiS S4Eto a JS J Buir 4 - S- - ss