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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o jj al ijli i n fc ft - The Hazel Green SPBKCER COOPER 5 -- V Owner and Editor THE HERALD OE A 2sTOISY WOKLD WITH DSTEWS EBOM ALL ATIOsTS 11 pi 100 A YEAR Ataftyc in JUNMtx4 4 VOLUME WILD n HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY AUGUST sisters in the gospel a negro that isnt a zealous church member being an anomaly yotfse a makin dem berries fly into de basket Keep dat up and youll hab to hire a kyart to haul yo1 tickets home Mar Jane or Eliza Jane or Belinda Jane shows all her teeth at this and with a coquettish toss of her head reck- Â¬ ons she wont be trrned out of church this year for not paying her dues Next to the lively Belinda Jane a great hulk ingfellow is sprawled all over the plants while he slowly picks half a dozen ber- Â¬ ries at a time The overseer bawls out Git up dar youlazy black nigger Yo legs too long and yo feets too broad fur dis heah strawberry field Youse mashin a peck fur every quart you Eicks Yander is de fiddlers scrapin kin dance quickern dat han kin pick The owner of the foot bestirs himself if he has not been affronted by being called a nigger a term of reproach common among the negroes but strict- Â¬ ly interdicted among the best classes of white people at the South where the word is never heard A bright eyed youngster with no clothes on to speak of comes next under the overseers the slower freight steamer which i somewhat risky Nevertheless it is done with the hope which springs eter Â¬ nal in the human breast of better luck next time The large shippers do not calculate to sell more than two thirds and sometimes only one half of their crops as with such vast quantities as they raise they must allow a largo margin for loss It is necessary to the health of the plants though that every berry shall be picked oft of them so after shipping has ceaed and the strawberries keep blusli ing out among the leaves a second pick-Â¬ ing takes place out of which the owner makes nothing as the sttawberries are freely given to the pickers for the labor of getting them out of the way But some of the same supervision exists lest the plants be trampled to death by care- Â¬ less feet and some sortof tally fs kept to see what the actual bearing qualities of each variety is This is the straw-Â¬ berry time for Norfolk for as long as the berries command a high price in New York and Northern cl they arc not sold cheap in Norfolk But when the second picking comes a week or two after stripping has ceased then a beggcr might live on strawberries Five cents a quart is a high price when they are cried about the streets and often the very best can be had for two cents a quart at ones door which is the usual price for picking As a quart how- Â¬ ever can be picked easily without mov-Â¬ ing from one spot in those luxuriant fields two cents is a very good price for such unskilled agricultural labor fifty quarts a day not being an nnusal figure As the negro commonly works only that he may enjoy a spell of idle- Â¬ ness it naturally follows after straw- Â¬ berry times when they are all in funds that labor is hard to get The laborers can make enough in the three or four weeks to keep them in a delicious and coveted idleness for as many more Every employer around about holds his employes by a spiders web in the pick-Â¬ ing time Chicago Ncivs -- 1886 NUMBER 24 DOLLIES SAD FATE 3w AH rPfc Sew ate the spring time of the fairest lives 1Te JaU perchance on fallow land or wold OATS A frsJtfal seed no culture seeds and thrives JLaAgiveB to him who sows an hundred -- other grains when sown require our care TM oaJy seeds the sowing and no more whether triads be warm or foul or fair 3eJrre8t surely will Increase the store- aH other crops may reap or no mm wig must gaxawreu ue wncn it is grown Im law jg fixed we must reap what we bow Aa4 each mast gather what himself hath -- Professional and Xo JFake This is Harry Ollis of Keene N IL said Thomas Linsky of Main street Charlestown Neck and I want you to sit down a moment or two and see him eat glass and devour stones Mr Ollis is not a professional man but an ordi- Â¬ DEVOURS STONES New Hampshire Glass Eater Who Is No HE PITH AND POINT If the safety of the great Brooklyn structure were questioned 45000000 persons would praise the bridge which carried them safely over Brooklyn KEADINI0E THE YOUNG I X89wt -- sown Aoswred seed and since the fall of man ameful fruit has poisoned countless years We saw H recklessly and know we can Bat gamer It with bitter scalding tears f8 Walter Cooper in JIT T Ltdqzr t ASTEAWBEREY FAEtf Description of the Largest One VA r-- in the World Pf world as Norfolk is the greatest straw Â¬ berry shipping place in the world Afar df the delicious odor comes wafted asd a little closer mind this is straw Â¬ berry time the glow the picluresque nese the work and fun arc unsurpassed For nearly all the pickers are negroes and the negro laughs sings shouts and dances at his work It is a line clear May day for the Norfolk strawberries are in their prime about the first week in May and half a mile from the straw Â¬ berry fields one can hear the shrill laughter the wild cries of the laborers tke noarse shouts of the overseers the sounds of music and dancing as when x strapping young fellow or a comely dusky maiden have got a good handful of parti colored tickets they are pretty feure to make a dash for the rude danc- Â¬ ing pavilion and engage in a lively breakdown Coming out of the skirt of brushwood into the field the scene un- Â¬ folds itself The hot May sunshine pours down upon hundreds of men women and children nearly all black The field is divided mto long rows and what appears to be bedlam is soon found to be really a wonderful system of order Every tiling goes by the watch of the strawberry farmer who gkaews to a minute when the gang plank wUlbeauled In of the big New York steamer puffing and steaming in her Hdocknp the river her dark hull out- Â¬ lined clearly against the wharves and shipping of Norfolk who calculates to a second how long it will take the stal-Â¬ wart oarsman to pull the heavy light Â¬ ers laden with strawberry crates high bove their heads upstream to the steamer He knows too that the in Â¬ stant it is flashed over the wires that the New Jersey berries have touched a cer- Â¬ tain fijnire he can not shin another basket although he may have thousands -- jof them fillea with the luscious fruit 35o from the day he begins to ship until the NewJersey berries come in he has every energy under whip and spur to get the berries on Che New York steam- Â¬ er The negro is not like any other laborer on eartli He will not work un- Â¬ less he is amused As in the old slavery days when harvest time came the mas tersfurnished ice and whisky and had a banjo in the field and the head man in the long row with swinging scythes was ordered to sing his reaping song loudly that the others might join in as the glit Â¬ tering blades mowed down the wheat so the strawberry fjirmer of to- Â¬ day has to keep his hands amused or they will not work He must allow the rough pavilion to be put up he must lot Josh and Yellow Jack and Sam Jubilee bring their rusty old fiddles and their bones and banjos on the shaky bench for the musicians he must let a boothbc erected where lemonade and candy and tobacco can be bought for strawberry tickets he must allow aven erablc darky with a push cart to shout energetically the beauty and luscious ness of his wares as he trundles his cart around the edge of the field The merry Harown faced laborers look ragged and poor nlbeit their pockets are stuffed with tickets the currency of the straw Â¬ berry field but the pickers always wear their old clothes in strawberry time They have flashy silk frocks and glossy broadcloth at home but down on their knees or sitting squat on the ground would be death to those sacred gar-Â¬ ments The men and some of the wom- Â¬ en wear big coarse hats but among tho women the antediluvian slat sun- bonnet is by no means superseded for the colored belle is always careful of her complexion Each has a tray holding six quart baskets When this tray is filled up it is then taken to the paing t booth where the paymaster with quart boxs full of red anct green tickets re- Â¬ ceives the baskets and checks them oft Thus no distinction is made between male and female labor and the one that picks the most strawberries makes the highest wages It is- the rule on the large farms not to cash any tickets until after the rush of the strawberry season is over but the ticket is a legal tender for an thing in and about the straw-berry farms Tne laborers are divided into gangs over each of which is placed an over-Â¬ seer colored like the packers them- Â¬ selves Sometimes these are surl- and disagreeable But the African being naturally a good tempered creature they are oftener very jolly fellows Nothing is more amusing than one darkys assumption of aiithoriry over another darky If a picker is alert and Ty and particularly f she belongs to ihgentler sex the overseer is patron Â¬ izingly encouraging afl are brethren and Ah sisters1 -- 4Where Mirth and Industry Go Hand In Hand and There Is 3fo Dlscriml- nation Between Male and eye Female abor What you doin on dis heah field 3 boy You ought to have a broadcloth coat on yo back and a beaver hat on TM you ever see a strawberry farm Kofea strawberry bed nor a strawberry you hade an set in de shade in a arm You doan know how to pick patch but a farm of three or four hun- Â¬ cheer strawberries You is a gentmun you is dred acres on which nothing is culti I lay your mammy will have ole wuks tivated but strawberries Not unless wid you ter make you mind yo busi- Â¬ f ou have been to Florida or somewhere ness 3ong the sonthern Atlantic coast and Thus adjured the youngster slyly opens a ragged pocket and shows a when you get as far up as Norfolk Va vyoa can not only see a great number of bundle of strawberry tickets and stick- Â¬ ing his tongue out strawberry farms but one of MO acres urely to his work saucily returns leis- Â¬ Presently in the which is the largest of its kind in the midst of his exhortation he comes upon - - ty rages An elderly sister who is the president of the Daughters of Rebekah or the Order of the Galileau Pisherman remonstrates earnestly Bro Samson how kin you talk so DeSOTOS DISCOVERY an you a professin Chrischun Sis Lisbeth I aint professin noth A Spaniard IViio Had the Good Sense of in in strawberry time Finding tho Mississippi Kivor Ise a back- Â¬ slider from de day I see de fust When a gentleman by the name of strawberry crate Now step long DeSoto a Spaniard obtained the con- Â¬ lively an lemme see you clean up arter sent of hi Government to go into the dem black niggers Just then a half dozen pickers come discovery business on a large scale he out into the narrow path with their embraced the opportunity joyfully He trays balanced on their heads Bro was sick he said of so called explorers Sampson stops every one and taking a storting for America with a great blow basket at random empties it into an- Â¬ of trumpets and bringing back only a other basket This is to see if any are picking green or decayed berrio If few little creeks aud outlets that they they are all right the pickers inarch off had discovered to the paying booth where the busy If the government would back him tally keeper checks them oil If not up he said he would discover a river a volley ensues from Sampson in that would amount to something terspersed with numerous charges of When he landed in America he started being A black nigger which is al- Â¬ on foot and alone across the country in ways sullenly resented If the berries search of a river that was of some ac- Â¬ are not up to the standard they are count History is silent with regard to ruthlessly poured out on the ground the incidents of that remarkable jour- Â¬ and if one or two of these corrections ney You may have noticed that there are not enough the worthless picker is are a great many chapters of silence m driven out of the field Meanwhile history and De Soto has not been neg Â¬ those that have gone off to the pajing lected in this respect booth are making various dispositions It was in the year 1541 to be exact of their tickets Some go for pies for when De Soto was forty one veais old beer although the negro is not that he finally stumbled on the MissisHe didnt shout Eu Â¬ much of a beer drinker and if the sippi river is young and light of heel with reka because that word had not then picker no fear of the church to the dancing been incorporated in the slang phrases pavilion Old time jigs and backdowns of the da v prevail the negro musicians playing His march back to the sea coast with a wild abandon which generates a bringing the joyful intelligence that the catching enthusiasm Many of the greate t river in the world after elud Â¬ couples are strangers to each other as ing observations for years and years strawberry time brings a irreat influx of had at last been discovered wa one negroes from as far as North Carolina continued ovation the people of Mont- Â¬ but the steps of acquaintanceship are gomery Ala going so far as to get up easy and progressive A couple paired a barbecue in the dance are sometimes paired for There is a disposition in some quar- Â¬ life When the engagement is an- Â¬ ters to criticise De kotos action They nounced they may be seen picking in say he was a foreigner and hd no right company and putting all their tickets to discover our rivers without first beinto a common fund coming a naturalized citizen Other As fast as the baskets come in they blame him because he did not stop with are put in crates ready to be moved on the Mississippi instead of crossing over the big lighters or flat bottomed boats and discovering Arkansas and the ague that lie in the river All day long the and fever But some people are neve scene is busy but when the last half satisfied Texas Siflings hour conies every thing is accelerated At a given signal every picker is to A MINISTERS STORY stop as not a moment is to be lost if the lighters are to reach the steamers on time Already the roar and rumble of Experience of a Clcrgryman AVho Kan Away from Home in His Youth the trucks on the wharves can be heard like distant thunder Probably se ral When I was verging o- - manhood loads have already been lightered down vitiM Qnnio lime id a distinguished but every load is valuable and it is ago I ran away from home I was as highly important not to miss a single I am now a pissionate lover of music one The capacity of the immense steamers seems limitless as although I desired above all things to learn to the bulk of the strawberry crates is con- Â¬ play the flute I had heard that there siderable their weight fs trilling and was a famous teacher of the flute resid Â¬ they are stowed all over the ship wher- Â¬ ing at Philadelphia and 1 determined to ever they can find a lodging place seek his instruction I knew my father Samson is fairly boiling over by five would not consent to my purpose and oclock He rushes to the dancinjr pa- Â¬ vilion and by dint of coaxing storming so I ran away 1 reached Augusta with and imploring breaks up the festivities ten dollars in my pocket At a little and gets the dancers down on their knees town in South Carolina my money was picking for dear life Even the musi- Â¬ exhausted I could play the piano the cians are induced at this stage of the violin and the guitar and could sing proceedings to help The pie man is 1 determined to give a concert I adÂ¬ warned off the field until the last load vertised an extended and tempting is being headed for town The owner on programme and easily secured quite horseback or in a light buggy is giving a large audience The programme orders and hurrying things up announced several performers but in The overseers are flying hither reality there was but one I used my and thither and no longer make given or Christian names Richardson jokes or bandy witticisms with btanhope to make it appear that there the pickers At last a long blast was more than one performer For in- Â¬ from the steamers whistle is heard stance I announced a piano solo by Mr that means perhaps that they have a Richardson a violin solo by Mr Rich half hour only to get the crates on a song by Mr Stanhope and guitar board Then every thing is trundled selections by Mr Hope Of course the down to the shore in five minutes the audience soon discovered the fraud flat bottomed boats are out in mid- Â¬ despite my change of costume but it stream meeting other flat bottomed was a good humored audience and I es- Â¬ boats and taking their place in line caped without injury and with ome when they reach the pier A great money It was thus that I made my great force of truckmen all black are way to Philadelphia The day I ar- Â¬ hurrying the heavily loaded trucks into rived however my punishment began the steamers open hold The- - have to I was seized with brain fever which rush for sometimes the line of boats nearly caused my death But I recov- Â¬ extends half across the Elizabeth river ered received my fathers forgiveness and when the bell rings the gang plauk and learned to play the flute Atlanta must be pulled in although it may Go Constitution break the captains heart to leave so much valuable freigh behind but rail- Â¬ road connections must be made and no A groat many drummers when matter how long he might wait the trade is dull take the liberty of shipping string of boats would only become goods Uhout ever receiving an order longer At last however the whistle is for them One of these liberty taking heard and almost as the plank is drummers shipped a firm in Atlanta ten hauled in a few more crates are rushed boxes of tobacco a few days ago and aboard and then the big ocean going wrote the firm that he took thiv liberty vessel pulls out and heads a war Those The merchant wrote to the druinra r who have not been able to et their that he took the liberty of leaving tht crates on board the fast passenger tobacco at the station subject tw hi steamer must now take their chances on j order Columbus Qa Enquirer good-for-noth- in --- a row half picked Then he launches out and a perfect hurricane of profani- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - OlO-iii- - dom teeth Babyhood The reason the man who minds the other mans business doesnt get rich is because the other man whose business he minds generally isnt grateful enough to be reciprocal and mind the business of the man who minds his business See Somervillc Journal Husband mildly You must re- Â¬ member my dear that the most patient person that ever lived was a man Wife impatiently Oh dont talk to me about the patience of Job Think of Mrs Job The patience that poor woman must have had to put up with such a man Toledo Blade The oldest newspaper man in New York has been on duly continuously on the same paper for thirty five years Oh replied Ollis when I dont and is called the dean of the press want a heavy meal I cat a light of glass We have been on duty running a paper Wait a minute and Ill chew up a win Â¬ for thirty five weeks and have only earned the title of durn Southerner dow pane Marthas Vineyard Herald After concluding his lunch on glass a First newspaper humorist at dinner half dozen or more of small stones were laid on the table and after carefully party I flatter myself that is not a dipping each in water Ollis swallowed bad story Second newspaper humor- Â¬ Yes it will do them and then remarked The reason ist without smiling F N H Then why dont you laugh why I swallow these stones is because I sometimes have a sour stomach and That is a nice way to treat a friend dont want to have the glass come up joke S N H laughing O I didnt know this was a social matter I in my throat llow long have you been eating thought you wanted my professional glass and swallowing stones inquired opinion Pray pardon me Puck the visitor ODD ADDRESSES Since I was ten years old replied Ollis Allow me tdTvtell you how I Some- of the Curiosities Which Have came to do it When i was about the Passed Through English age I spoke of my uncle who used to Many oddly addressed letters daily read to me frequently in the evening pass through the post offices Several took up a copy of the New York Herald and read aloud a story of a Count resid Â¬ of the rhyming kind are somewhat re- Â¬ ing in Paris who after drinkinga glass markable for the poetical skill displayed of champagne would eat the wineglass by the writers I listened attentively to the narrative A clever example is given in the fol- Â¬ and at its conclusion I said to myself if lowing addressed to Sir Walter Scott a Count can eat glass I can Aday or during one of his visits to London two later I tried the experiment 1 was Sir Waiter Scott in London or elsewhere pretty well scared and kept thinking I He needs not ask whose wide extended fame might die for you know a boy will Is spread about our earth like light and air sometimes dc things that frighten him A local habitation for hi3 name but nothing serious came from my first naval song writattempt and so T continued to do it I er Charles Dibden the Hay bearing theÂ¬ sent a letter to Mr suppose you can do it as well as 1 can tollowingatldress I dont know as there is any thing Postman take this sheet away different in our internal organization And carry it to Mr Hay You want to know how I came to And whether you ride mare or colt on Stop nt the Theater Bolton de our -- tones I will tell you You if in what county ou inquire notice that I ay I swallow glass and Merely mention Lancashire devour stones 1 cant chew a stone I A letter addressed as follows was can devour it you see the difference mailed in the provinces- - aud was duly As I was about to say I began devour Â¬ ing stones that is stones not larger delivered in London than the end of my thumb after I had Where Londons Column pointings to the skies had a talk with a sword swallowcr He Like a tall bulle lifts its head and Ilea sober sacritwisijasy enough and that the There dwells a citizen ofBalaam fame name is his stones wouhfhot hurt me He put a Arpluin good man and stone in his mouth andhen pusNvd it The letter was delivered without delay to down his throat with the fointof the a Mr Batlaam a fishmonger near the sword I came to the conelusionthe Monument Turning from poetry to piose we find same as I did in the cise of the Court of thylmhwing vaguckdrection 1 could and Paris that if he could do it consequently I added stones to my bill Traveling Hand one of the Four Mr playing- in til t Persha Ucr of fare lam thirty seven years old hore Worcestershire ITl Would you be willing to submit toa him if possible scientific examination Another envelope bore the follow- Â¬ Would I I should be only too ing Of course the doctors will not glad This Is for the youns girl that wears spec- Â¬ believe that I actually chew and swal- Â¬ tacles who minds two babies 30 hheriff street off Prince Edward 1 recoilect meeting Dr low glass street Liverpool Griflin of the quarantine department Mr J Wilson Hyde in his book The He doubt- Â¬ in a hotel on one occision say- - that two letters di- Â¬ could chew and swallow glas Royal Mail ed that I rected as follows were duly delivered and survive and went so far as to say To my sister Jean Up the Canongate that if I could really do it then medical Down a Close Edinburgh She has a and surgical science had been greatly at wooden leg fault I told the doctor if he would The other was addressed send and get a piece of glass that I would aiy uiii juii i uu iva uvea in miu juiiijjty demonstrate to him the correctness of hv thft Wood niiir thft Xw Knrf y I -my assertion He did so and I ate and In the latter case says Mr Hyde ne swallowed the glass What I have eaten letter had to feel its way about for a day or has never hurt me and you can see for two but Ant Sue was found Vifing yourself that I am fat aud healthy-lookin- g fowc in a cottage near Lyndhurst Boston Globe Chimes - nary citizen like ourselves I did not believe until I saw the act performed by him that a human being could actually make a meal off of glass and small stones Now if you are ready I shall be pleased to fill your orders Mr Mr Ollis What will you first eat Ollis smiled and said I guess Ill try a lamp chimney The article was brought and the man who sat opposite the reporter at the table began to break the chimney with his right hand After he had got sev- Â¬ eral pieces of the size he desired he said You are a reporter and have probably seen a good many fakes Some of my friends go so far as to say that I can in addition to eating glass and de- Â¬ vouring small stones eat tacks and telegraph wire and drink kerosene oil but I cant I can practice the arts of the prestidigitator and make some peo- Â¬ ple think I do all these things but when I say to you that I am going to eat pieces of this glass which you see be- Â¬ fore us I mean it Thats glass isnt it You wont deny that The visitor took a piece of it in Ips hand and said he was satisfied Ollis again began to break the glass with his fist and m doing so cut one of his fin- Â¬ gers which required a little attention Finally he said Bring me a glass of water and 111 eat my luncheon The water was brought and Ollis began to chew and swallow glass with an ap Â¬ parent disregard for results which was astonishing m the highest degree He did not attempt to swallow without tak Â¬ ing a drink of water The first piece of glass cut his mouth and some blood fol- Â¬ lowed but he continued with his lunch till the chimney was nearly all eaten If a man would give me fifty dollars in gold I wouldnt swallow a piece of that glass said Arty Johnson vice presiclent of the Alligators Social Club I dont understand how others can do it and live Neither do I said Linsky for if you give a dog powdered glass on a piece of meat youll kill him Well I chew and swallow glass continued Ollis as he began to eat a tumbler I should think you would find a lamp chimney and a tumbler pretty heavy food remarked the reporter had Ion golden tresses and trim little dresses Union And eyes that were brilliant andblue had ueat little feet and a fhruro complete When a coil of lead pipe in front of But my charms now alas are but few a hardware store begins to wiggle and Ive been knocked Ive been battered mj nose has been shattered stick out its forked tongue a Dakota My smile has been turned to a leer man knows it is time to swear off Ive often been sat ouPve tempted the cat on To carry me off by the earl Estcllinc Bell Â¬ The barbers in some cities are strik- Eho moments I treasure when beaming with pleasure Well why ing for a rest on Sunday My kindly do all the And mistress turnsbliss Is to me dont they let their customers so great her Im covered with talking one day in the week Norris kisses e She hugs me and chatters with glee town Herald But when shes enraged shes ofttimes en-Â¬ gaged You must Fashionable mother In boxing my ears in her freak never use the word tonv Clara It is My face once so bloomy is now pale and only used by common people gloomy Clara She s knocked all the pink off my cheek What word shall I use mamma Swell Fashionablemother Apart from this cbldine shes always con-Â¬ fiding Sun Her joys and her Borrows to me Is he a man of much calibre said She brines brother Bcnnle and sweet cousin Jenule a Connecticut avenue girl to a Dupont Her dear little so see Circle belle about a certain gay and The boys stie willDollie with and oft run awy play O yes giddy Congressman was with Between them Im wrecked more and more the confident reply he is the greatest Fm tumbled and tossed and Im left and Im Washington Critic bore I ever saw lost And my Btafflng runs over the floorl A minister has been lecturing re- Â¬ on Suicide Its Causes and Of late Im neglected ill used and dejected cently My mistress has some other craze Cure We believe he is right but still wee brother Percy it is a pretty invpossible task to cure a Tm left to the mercy ofmy days Whosrapidly ending man of suicide Nearly all the cases thus Such dashings and thrashings and crashlngs and smashlngs far reported have proved fatal- - Bur I get every day for no wrong dclle My clothes are all ragged my limbs loose and jagged Little Tony aged eight asks his Theyll tear me apart before long little playmate How old are you Hwjh Mellis in XT 1 Independent Oho Lucille Im six Tony NT shoved aside the curtaias to opea tit window before she bga tie wckljr sweeping As sure aslm ajpive heres ik baste of a dolL I wish it watTiert Its enough to give a bodybaddhrjuttea to look at it Do you know Mollyv thatMIssXid get niver cared for that doll as sh did for the little one with the chfna hea4 and calico dress said the footmaKS Do yez not know why Saurc its because it was so dressed np- there was no comfort in playing with it Sne tould them sheM muss her up so that the mistress would not keep tellinher to be carefuL Molly Molly have yom seen Cleo Â¬ patra said Midget daucing mtcjtac room with a very plain and tmiet looking doll with a china headv oil her arm Here she is miss said Molly picking Cleopatra from the floor-I da not want her any more Molly She looks unpleasant You may put her in the ash barreL I will be glad to miss Id anov think ye loved her very mucbcyjer - miss No not as much I do Conifort six years indeed Are you quite sure BUTTERCUP You women are always making your- Â¬ She Visits and Causes a Disturbance In selves out to be younger than vou are K Y Tribune the Sunday SchooL Our little Johnny who has just at tained his fifth year listened attentively to a lady visitor who gave an account of the late appearance of her wisdom tooth anu then astonished her by ask- Â¬ ing Do foolish persons also get wis-Â¬ Â¬ Post-Office- s- It was a pretty church and all about it were fields of daisies and sweet smelling clover Now when Buttorcup went to this church she did not go to the regular service but to Sunday school Buttercup was a large yellow cow who belonged in a field next to the church in which she ought to have staid There was plenty of nice grass there for her breakfast din- Â¬ patra off Hie there Billy I Do ye mind the ner and supper But Buttercup like and a bootblack took a good many people wanted a change scarecrow and when she saw all the boys and Cleopatra by her torn skirt out of thc Dye want herfor yer little girls going into the church door she barrel thought she would like to go She sister Nawl She got- - a clean whole tried all the rails of the fence till she one found one that was loose Then she But hers rag doll Billy jerlced head up and down till she I know it But isnt a clean wholes unfastened it so she could crawl rag doll with the loveliest smile on Jte through on her knees The Sunday school had begun by face bettern that one with the agly this time but Buttercup did not mind scowl between its eves and a dirty that She walked into the church silk dress And Cleopatra was dropped intothe quietly and as the children and their teachers were all singing no one barrel where she lajruntil au Italian noticed her at first The children rag picker tore off her silk dress and were sitting in tho pews nearest the put the pieces in his pocket for his litÂ¬ chancel so Buttercup got half way up tle girl and ripped open the bodj the aisle before any one saw her shook out the sawdust and put it in his Then one little boy turned his head bag That was the last of Cleopatra Christian Union He was so frightened his hymnal fell on the floor and he cried out Oh A BOYS BRAVERY see the cow Then it seemed as if every body screamed One of the How a Plucky Lad Saved 3ecther 3H teachers got dh top of the little cabinet ta the Britlrtk CrswH organ and two or three stood up on Do the lads of this generation 4e the seats claim that poetical tribute to youthfur Buttercup however paid no atten-Â¬ 4 tion to them She saw a nice red apple heroism which extols the boy who sticking out of a boys pocket and ske stood on the burning deck whence all thought she would like to have it The but him bad tied When we were boy who was Jack Nicholls did not boys there was scarcely a declamation know what she wanted so when she day on which we did not hear ft reÂ¬ came near he jumped over into the cited It may be that the years since next pew and knocked little Daisy then have been so freighted with exÂ¬ Finlays hat oft and that made Daisy amples of boyish neroiam that no boy cry now cares for Casablanca What Buttercup would have done One of these later and to eur thmk next I dont know so many people ing more attractive examples of youth Â¬ cried Shoo and there was so much ful heroism occurred aY the outbreak noise she might have got frightened of the Sepoy mutiny in 1S57 Just b herself and a frightened cow can do a fore the awful storm broke the sxjfci great deal of damage in a church but of electric telegraphs had been extend Â¬ Miss Lloyd who was the superinten- Â¬ ed over the surface of British India dent called to every one to be quiet The mutineers rushed to Delhi to seise Then two or three of the bigger boys upon the pid hereditary seafc ot tke said if they had a stick they thought Mohammedan empire and began they could get her out But Miss ting the throats of Europeans While Lloyd spoke again the rattle of cannon and rausketrr waj If there fe any boy hepc whom the frollins around the telegraph rffeea cow knows I think she t little English bov moved bv a senecoi would foUowjJrJ and that would duty stuck to his pest until he had be better to drive her telegraphed to the Commissioaec at Shes nj ocnufathers cow said Lahore 1 he message announced that Bruce Smft and I guess she will the mutineers had arrivedV at Delhi follow So he went in front of and had murdered this civifon awl her and called Buttercup Butter that officer and wound up cup and sure enough she went after significant buehifdlikejtfrsxTfelw and she hugged the doll in her anas closer t her When 5Ieotat was new she was so stiff and so dressed mp that she never made any fan And then when she got mussed ever sa little she looked old and homely Mamma says sie did not wear welL Please put her in the ash barrel Mf-To think of my being thrown aside for a doll with a china face and who wears a calico dress Of coursje Twas stiff She could not expect so In doll as me to be any thing but digi fied she said stifE She wears a ging Â¬ ham dress sometimes herself and I never should have belonged to suckra family How elegant 1 looked hx fee show case and tie other dolls appre Â¬ ciated me-- An-- ash barrel iadeedl Some passer by will recognize my true elegance aud rescue me were the last words heard by the Japanese lady and gentleman as Molly carried Cleo Â¬ hr et slfejf tbajjfjg mr itSm the-tele-gra- him Now the vestry door was open and just opposite that was another door opening out on the grass As soon as Butterctlp caught sight of the nice grass she ran out and began to nibble Uj fresh bits around the doorstep Pnen as much as to say good bye pne kicked up her feet tossed her head and trotted off to her own field Little Men and Women AXE What Finally Became of a Onco Styliahly Drescd and Aristocratic Doll Cleopatra lay in the folds of the lace curtain where Topsy had dropped her after a good run through the house She was very much shaken and glad of the quiet and the company of the aristocratic Japanese lady and gentle- Â¬ man on the side of the vase She began talking at once Well I know I can not stand this Just look at me Im a disgrace You would not believe what a beauty I was at Christmas My hair hung in long A SAD off - Assooikas reachw Lahore the Generalm command the Sepoys disarmed theas When tby learnedof the rising- - at Delhi yey wcrpowerlcis to do any Injury T1jSeGcnexal flashed the awfnF newsPeshawur TheHifldoos URee regiment1 there were also disarmed hmd though mutineers at heart were m - saved The boys 0urage andseseojdtMy r thePirmb in charge had been killecL butt that brave lad staid long enough at the Instrument to dispatch Uie warning Youth runueoti uicapasttoi xjaruE- aceasite telegraph was cut by the refccST bi5 the boy at Delhi haw saved Northern India to the British crown ThttoliTcer Companion - A Cjever Pony No Longer Under Obligations Man to friend You i J Looking at Samples to Very well you may show me some ing hands with him Friend Yes he owed me then but samples She sat in a chair before the sample he has paid me consequently you see that I am no longer under obligations rack until a quarter of twelve and to him Arkansaw Traveler then went to dinner She was back at one and remained until almost five An immense drove of rats recently when she finally heaved a long sigh and took possession of the premises of S said to the patient clerk Gaines near Scio Ga Although he Dear me but its such a task and so has killed about one thousand thero late in the season that I guess I wont are many left They have killed about get any at all Much obliged and Ill five hundred dollars worth of ciiickens probably buy of you next spring Be Chicago Times and other fowls iroii Free Fress If I pick out some wall paper right treat that gentleman with politeness away can you send a man to my house Friend I spoke rather roughly I to hang it this forenoon she asked in admit a paper store three or four days ago Man You have changed toward him Yesm The other day I saw you cordially shak- Â¬ didnt seem t yellow curls eyes opened and closed my cheeraPwefe like pink roses I had on a lovely blue sdk dress with a lace overskirt and a broad brimmed hat Now look at me My hair what little there is leffof it is a horrid tan Â¬ gle my eyes are great staring glass balls all scratched up one arm is gone one foot is broken both shoes are lost and so is my hat Every body used to say What a lovely doll Now I always hear Ugh take that maimed and dirty doll out of my sight Or Say Midget thats the name of the little girl that owns me would you not better send that cripple to the hospital Its dreadful If 1 did not think that it would make me look worse Id cry The Japanese lady and gentleman on the flower vase made no answer to this last remark but they each thought that it was impossible r Cleopatra to look worse than she dki tiase tbaw way The maid came in just then and eaee enu K ir l JR The following story is told of aptmys The master a clergy nisnr resting in a lonely neighborhood was going with the ponv a rerriever Dachshund while obeying a call tc visit a sick parishioner in the night past a shepherds cottage where a fierce dog was kept This dog having got loose made ft attack on the party thenatthe trying the retriever tirst--anDachshund The pony became fright ened and the master dismounted when tFte dog turned upon him The affair became very serious foe the cler gyman the Dachshund had bees pul oat of the combat the retriever hadi hid behind the hedsrtv and he hacimior rkJiep up the fight alone witkno other weapon than arwing whip Thett fce heard a scampering and the nsxtwm meut the faithful ponr rued upland darted so suddeh- - between tie tmVmei batanthat the digfled evidently tHinkc Ae pewir tefce a larger aad dagert idkmjm self liu jfWlMtMi Jfcgor the cur rathl he wa fairty cfcaoeA Weir to the cottage doe jjSWFa aulte docile ie Mt HHJattafe irieeUy qtM xtette wem afcte UtT -- al3 Â¬ d 4e - tticl et tmm 9 - isi VVIIfl H0rKIFy5i9fa4i 4m M v -- S j Herald Ji s Abjt 1 Editor August 21st by Rwr J 11 KnalU and Beiag on a visit to Mr aud friends and relative of the family are Ay ill Imy b- - ft xc ll11 E JBPE3KER COOPER - Kentuckimis at CorWii Sumner fount Kansas sharing thSirj HoswtaJitv enjoying invseif in tlie limit I - a tin art rum t i 4nn 4tir nf iln iMTrrnMiif jfiift tirmrii aw ii uik - i wu m k HU H w chicken m v memory often reverts to the j 4K JtmMik mMtyM f C1itUl Tnafeof HaJel Green and itsur-- Ewrox 7rV ua UY THE BEST Jfctp - t i its kill Alt htt rling Hides HARD TIMES DOWN GO THE PRICES We are now receiving another LAKGE AND WELL SELECTED SOTCX every variety of Goods to supply the demands of all onr enstoners at Whole Â¬ of which we PBOPOSE TO SELL FOR CASH or exchaaejt fer i sale and Retai - w v V r HVIUVV 2t XiltV VkWVJV uiuu liiuu but have as often failed Are have also notified our friends and crwtomertr Ut T --- 3- - w i lfr We rfeerefeU of a fomer reddest of Lex- - level sandy soil much adapted t corn by purifying reneviugand invigorating agte 4 tklakittg we would moat anrl wheat and in fact all the ceriate j the blood with Aycrs Sarsaparilla When Jorn is raised hi abundance Owing to through debility the action of the kidneys theuaiwnal drouth however crops will j is perverted these organs rob the blood of w its needed constituent albumen which is tiwwion nut car an u mr urouiu ItswLtag paper there ure iadited a letter tended for quite a jK riod but we are passed off in the urine while worn out jiad addmsed it to 3L A CftMdr The blessed now with an abundance of rain matter which they should carry off from Land produces from 60 to 75 bushels of the blood is allowed to remain By the mr well known mcnptaoa was mm A tractlHlld neur Arkan- - use of AVers Sarnaparilla the kldmrys wni jaad ck admired kasd wntisg not un i ity a few days since brought 70 are restored to proper action auQ Albu2ike Sfieeceritts FpecineHs iuaemuch to 10u kt acre Tlits i a good fruit minuria or country but the peach crop is a failure sui It v 01 iHe4 -- Hhi aCt4 Knowing that ptttw fMlntlV majority of tne lilt UE Au reaches a iioxies of Eut I era Kentucky I thought a few lined on Mfmatioft as to the Kansas anight 1 of interest It is a1 DcMMiaKie i - J 5 Be Warned in time Kidney diseases may be prevented Organs WT VTTT5 a fsgviittlo Mtoliet t t Â¬ he to briug a re- is prevented AVers Sarsaparilla alo wewAHi weraaiaated on tlie reason prevents inflammation of the kidneys and prefer Tfee cae the aid Pres s aud other disorders of thepe organs Sirs Jas TT Weld Forest Hill ft Jamaica Tlaln news we dfcjcov- kaiurh Hied with ITass writes I have bad a complica- Â¬ ered tke fdlowig cranwed in the tail of diseases but my greatest trouble tion ead of one ul its coIam ha3 been with my kidneys Four bottles Geo H IcCulik LcxbgUH Kv July 31st Ut the of Aycrs Sarsaparilla made me feci like Mife f X JL Casdy a ob new person aa well and Btrong as We Return Thanks This Week Tkea it aras that we did not blame W M 3IcDonald 40 Summer tt ever To God who has blessed us with good Instead our consolation went j friends Caa Boston Mass had been troubled foryeara at te hl in chunks a big as a piece of To Mrs Judge Swango for a nice lot with Kidney Complaint By the use of Ayers Sarsaparilla he not only jcheeecyaad we thought be might get even of roasting ears To Cally and Lucy Wallace for a lot iby wtittgiho Cafisidy kid for us True of nice roasting ears milk flowers c bo steamboat no hiconiotivc no JioKe To Mrs Ellen Pieratt for a dozen of the disease from assuming a fatal form car o othing grand was ever freighted tlie finest tomatoes we have ever seeu but was restored to perfect health John name but a farmer once called any where iwitk McLllan cor Bridgo and Third sts a cream colored canine after us a short j To Mrs Kmrna Evans for cucumbers Lowell Mass writes For sereral years a irief period only when he was tomatoes t c w I suffered from Dyspepsia and Kidney n r r f o m Complaint the latter being so severe at l jfouad ijomnawbHliring amoag the sheep rtatm i times that I could scarcely attend to my jaad his sweet spirit was wafted into that lo 31rs Ual LUuditl lor a mess ol nice work My appetite was poor and I was Jand where theres neither egg sucking corn much emaciated but by using isor iecp tlm farmer using a shot gun Sick headache is the bane of many o waft with P S A friend of ours lives this annoying complaitit may be who 5a well fixed in this worlds goods cured aud prevented by tlie occasional 11 use McLeans Little Liver wants to consult Dr Harpbam as to the and of Dr J Pillets Tbey are pleasant Kidney jflual disjxuatiou of his piles hence the to take no larger than a pin head and are the ladies favorite for biliousness interrogatory bad taste in the mouth jaundice for le my appetite and digestion Improved and the mountain evan ucorrhea and painful menstruation 25 my health has been perfectly restored Geo O Barnes vial Sold by G 15 elistrt haa completed his evangelistic cents aGreen and N VaughnSwango Sold by all Druggists Hazel Camp J trip around the world and lias just ton Price 1 Six bottles 5 closed his work at San Francisco He Those of readers who made the Prepared by Dr J C Aver Co Lowell will beat home ia Kentuaky very soon acquaintanceour Mr Gay last summer Mass U S A of sad devote his energies to the work in while on a visit hero will read the fol this State several appointments having lowing from last weeks Mt Sterling Cra zette with sorrow Died on last Satalready been made his homo near Sideview of TTJAY HOUSE urday at consumption Win Gay aged 36 years IIAZKL SKEKX ICY CoAgrcs5 failed to pass any measure The deceased was for 21 years an exem IIkv ISAAC MlTiilMiY riMH for the redemption of the trade dollar plary member of the Methodist Church The table is upplhd with the wt in the Speculators and holders of the same will at Grassy Lick and was a man of noble uil every character whose good deeds will live Market reiunable attention given to guests have to wait aa indefinite time and per- Itates long him His funeral was preachUncle Sam J ed ifterlate home by Tiaps forever before our at his liev J K Deer payg what he ought for this purported ing in the presence of a host of sorrow- THE NEW AND ELEGANT J1Q0 ceats ing relatives aud friends and his reHIGH ARWi mains followed by a large procession Dispatches report frost and snow on were interred in Macpelah cemetery ok Sunday To his bereaved family and J electlou day and A Democrat of our friends we tender our sympathy tows with a long face and deep sigh SEVIKG rSACHiME In advance of the sickly season render Oh would that the Lilly groans out BUY IQ OTKBPs were snowed under and bitten by a yourself inpregnable a malarial atmos- IS THE I3ESr phere or sudden change of temjentture 3xvy White frost is fraught with danger use Dr J II fj FSe r McLeans Strengthening Cordial and sslsi - c cjjrr VtSd 3mfJwnP Saxaiiel J Tilden the great leader of Mood Purifier 100 per bottle Sold 15 Swango Hazel Green and J the Democratic party and the man of all bv G K Vaughn Campton men who deserved the support love and respect of tliat party died at his home There is to be a new paper started in in New York on Wednesday morning Mt Sterling and the Gazette speaks of it thusly It will be seen in this issue STo definite information has been re that Judge H Clay MeKee and Jas E ceiveda8to the election in this Judicial Voris will begin the publication of a Democratic news journal at an early Dietriet Wt the indications arc that date These gentlemen have a high stand Marr k elected by 800 while Iilly is ing here and are men of intelligence They are good business men and spicy profeafely elected by 150 writers The name of their piper Plain On the 2nd day of this month snow Dealer indicates an exjwsure and we fell to the depth of one and one half doubt not that the Democratic cam- Â¬ paign be stirred from eend to laches at ML Washington The races at eend will course Of these gentlemen have Saratoga were postjoued on account of employed John Sullivan to do their lightTho LADIES FAVOIUTE bceauso the cold weather ing We wish the new enterprise a long it is LIGHT RUNNING- and cIocb such beautiful work Agents Favor and successful career President Cleveland reluctantly signed itebecauso itis a quick aud easy seller be oleomargarine tax bill passed by Con One of the patrons of District School AGEXTS WASTED IslJXOCCUPIED TERRITOKV greas 26 wjis in to see u last Thursday afternoon and says Harlan McClafn the cCoagress adjourned last Thursday at teacher is one of the liest in the county SdockP M He says the people of the district arc all JUNE MAHUFACTURING CO delighted with the conduct of the school Cor La Salle A2flfi8 and Ofitario Street Dr A M Swango of this county who and thinks big things will result CHICAGO ILL 3as been visiting in Owsley county for a fortnight or more returned home about W L Henry aud wife Carlisle Mrs a week since and was much pleased with S- - Foster daughters Alice and Grace his visit He speaks in glowing terms of and son Louis Cincinnati 0 Allcrt Jthe cdBcatioual facilities of the county Young wife and sons Tipton and Johnaad especially the school at Boone ville ston Bethclvy Milford Berry and which is under the direction of Prof wife Moorefie L 15 Banta Lit Sanders While there he visited Judge tic Kock Kv gnmdson Isaacs of tlie Count Court and says Charley LvxingUmT Pfeand Ratlin1 Vl- - Claude tlie Judge is as large hearted as he is Carlisle Ky Mis VVJ Hill Paris tieavy which would indicate that he is a Ky Mis Chas Den tor ourbon coun- Â¬ man o kindly feeling as he weighs 278 ty Ky Emmet Duke aYrd J L HighSUGAR Thats weighty justice any land Montgomery county Ky Mrs J 4 w how Jiseiy Jsaacs has a beautiful place A 15crry Sharpsburg Ky and Mr and ttpon it onjf the jsnest chalyleate Harrison Berry Morefield Ky arc vissprings i the cou4iryw On the same iting in this vicinity for the benefit of place in a space thirty yards square the pure mountain air C0ATED tlie Judge pointod out- twenty three frees consistfu of all theyarieties in Persons who lead a life of exposure 4genous to Kentucky and a Jew extra are subject to rheumatism neuralgia neous and exauuute SJjecii Vns At and lumbago and will find a valuijble the home of Nick Brewer on Sturgeon remedy in Dr J H McLeans Volcanic he noticed ery fine blackSgulphur Oil Liniment it will banish pain and spring the odor pf which if ebneentra- - jCTinfmn iiinnttinifirinti n rviii hv s ted would makeacood article if blast- Huml ftui J v iugpowdev In the same neighborhood Campton rieadache Nausea Dizziness and Drowsithere is a fine public school uuder the Anderson but wheth- - j Through an overight iu changing the ness They stimulate the Stomach Liver nipervisionof nnd Bowels to healthy action assist diges- Â¬ jet related to the original John My Joe j subscriptions to a new book Scott John John Doc did not sav but thought him j sons name was omitted and heros his tion and increaso the appetite They combine cathartic diuretic nnd tonic a fine man Altogether he says he en- - sorrowing postal to us joyed the visit and thinks tlie people of Washington D C Aug 2 Dear properties of the greatest value arc a the two counties should visit more and Cooper if alive pray why dont you purely vegetable compound and may bo be more neighborly or failing to do so j continue my paper I sent you a daddy taken with perfect eafety either by chil- Â¬ he suggests that they all take The Her- - i dollar for it and Lo I am ixnesome dren or adults E L Thomas Framing jlld and get the news of this section and nxE for The Herald If you ham Mass writes For a number of have goue up the golden stairs or years I was subject to violent Headaches tsev inward U truerrant D D and been kicked by a mule 1 will excuse arising a disordered condition of tha Bev Eugene P Mickel will hold meet j 3ou I hope neither but send that little stomachfrom bowels About a year ago I and lags at the following places on the dates newsy sheet right along tjuiclMi fftmm on tc tt Avora PUIc tml given J S JOHNSON t uaiu j jut 11 i tuiiiiuiuu eiiiv c u Ti-l- t t iiiiu i Freaeabarg Wednesday night Aug is Hannah Gormlcy P 0 York Co Ont Thunsdav nirht Amr 19 Far better than the harsh treatment of Jlasd Green Pridav night Aug 20 I have used Aycrs Pills for tho medicines which horribly gripe the pa- Â¬ whites Saturday nipfat Aug 21 tient and destroy ffe coating of the last Ajrty jcars and can safely say that I Sunday night Aug 15 stomach Dr J H McLeans Chills and have nRp5jund their equal 33 a cathartic Betkiialea Snndnv 11 a m Aupcst 22 Fever Cure by mild yet effective action medicinc3 im never without them lu Mouday night Aug 23 D Moorc Elgin 111 will cure Sold at 50 cents a bottle bv my house l uesday Aug 24 tld Siwwt bt fat tte vxtHXM plK Are first class in Material Workmanship and DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF THE CREDIT SYSTEM and our iutentk W we been reform Methods of Construction They are unrivaled Now weour businesut little attention litis the oldgivca tavvhut a STItlCTLT credit system intend to establish upon the ruins of in power and beauty of tone and in genuine CASH BISESS which will enable u to sell you soods excellence far surpass all organs of other Cheaper Than You Have Ever Bought Before in iMirticular invite the attention of JUVER MEN anl otfcer W mt inakes ever offered in our country lunre stock of CLOTHING DRY GOODS c C wlach we are n9mt lei V th fwe it fukd tafcWYjJXS toof GseofiJpgneirtle jnclltf mr it t -- is being grazed 1 Iirod fortiiei luut lets bet n threslKil md U vmia oeing sow ai k cents a oikuiri This isi budmw couutry and there seems to lie a spirit ol rivalry between tiie many towns as to which shall e the larger These an dome of the facts in regard to Kansas Kcspictfully wl y11 Rpinhte nooo0 UWOQOO OVER i 67GO SOLD special low prices for cah To all of our customers having account due we mo earnestly solicit to co forward and make settlements You owe it to u- - to do so as vtell as to yozsdxm as bonontble meu We will sell you poods cheaper than you have ever bought them before up Kin better alTord it beaiuse we will take norik on time Kepeetfullrr Ba Tns SEE assiT jxrsovxsoats or astqbllto -- J T F DAY INSTRUMENTS TE3 The Latest rroductioa of 2GCEA2IICAL 0SSTJIK3TT35 CO MUSICAL let CasS Prevented Tie Musette or iit ri BMMHWflffflHlKWH ATERS Sarsaparilla let Casi -- 2JiW SPEOIAIi NOTICE If you want a first class Parlor Orfm tlie aSOIilAN is the one to buy With it you can play at one the most difficult music without years of practice and Imn dreds of doUars expense in learning- and then perhaps not succeed while with this you can play at sight as no other can At the same time if you wish you can be learning th use of the keys as it has a full five octave key board with four full sets of reeds and is not only a cultivator of muaic Send for Catalogue but an instructor Price - Tlie Celesta The Aeoliaa Orgo - - 15 fl - M itrii Ki J- - i- - X JkAjjz riB EMILY TRIPP1 narjiaHHc BHiivtf Publisher of Music asd Dealer in Piasoe Oralis Etc Â¬ tJli f -- V No 519 FOURTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE KY -- Â¬ -- Â¬ Hardmsn Pianos Ohickering Pianos Mathus hek Pianos Enierson Pianos Star Pianos Arion Pianos and the matchless Johnston Organs Write for Catalogues and Prices uuniiuiiii HiiiiyiiiL IIIHIy VllRl v flRiliilTNr te Â¬ Â¬ EN Nib JUNE - CO JOHNSTON Wholesale and Retail Dealers D S 58 We t Eourth Street O PI RHil H ll U 1V Xns 3 cnUES Diphtheria Croup Asthrra Bronoaltia ICenralcia Bheuaustlsm UleeCiac at lXoarBoness Ictfuenea KaeltiDe ConshWbcoptss Coujb CatAxrhCUoXera XortoaDTScaVtry t kwor Diarrhcea Kidney Trouble and Spinal Diaoaaea gampIUcs rrce Dr I S Jatmaoti cz Co gotoy MAKE BLOOD 1- -- Â¬ 1NNA O ht T T TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY Eighteen Professors and Instructors Agricultural and Mechanical Scientific EngineeringCiassical Normal School Military Tactics Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION For Catalogue Fall term begins Sept 8tlt 1886 Address JA3XES K PATTERSON Pla Tna4 pills B cre a vmdnztnl dlsOTery Vo others lixc thei in the wwrid Vf ill ffcaivrvjr cpr or relieve ail Banner cT disease uae InfcrjnaUo i arcnadeaoa box t worm tea tine ss cot ot at mx t oe vnepiu a tawCO PiaJ oat about trieta ana yea win FiiUa Soldevonrwracraoaatpyigr5ziwnys tortjjat- Pc - S JOHaO jn z yffws at jl Tfiu rx lio best tsT JS g 2 a8 Powdtr ie absolutelyg7lixs It It caic pure and nishiy conSSsr 5 i u --m i- iokM iri i1 cUcsa choleraesa m sas 4 m mSii r ail dijss- - cf i tcortb a pouadofBSjirJ aS trn any other ktrti ite waijfhs 7ZVL g a B 3 Za mrrtJa HiuatrafA S Pv mes C Jriwfciy i cruc j i i ba 3 boo V by siaU free wtz be el vea with food 0 si aurs orwtur br- - ccaUL- Six cans by osyrss prsyaj u r3 03-Sold ovisry wliare - mgAn f bb iiriia i r iat uscWxnzv iZasuss a v 1 iitaui - lilibV jisKiijwii TW eo ill I I C Jba texlnstou Kentucky DEPOSIT and other information Â¬ The Celebrated lri- M W nniv JUL Ji rifi 1 j TRADERS BANK J UL 1 llodu J M t sterling ky Â¬ - SCHOOL DESK BKJSTAFF President W W THOMSON DIltECTOKS Cashier Â¬ Jam is Chokn1 Dk 11 11 AimEy Fesier Dkake inrllv pALACE HOTEL J I f a3aartairl itoer tt miilc nrfc fox the purpoc vf plaj iberafctts ttaa of ocrcomn the dieaettae A FIlIlctock Vcraifcc cuotiaae vmm iiuor their Jwrt teit A lite i nearly exluuued and C aic tnotr fccjueruly tie rneS oC dlilv CtiiUrt often looltjfc iad jirAI rfzotn c other caoe aa raiencaai- AVHra ibe r ire irritable and h Mn uinm in1 ninm ik soetimc crain moamnyaod griodinc tlw teeth tften be adored thacTmgtomg Ciin refusing notesorae dtet tiH ii totle4l to tai are imuattoas cf ootnis Minva Kelp len CJitld lias been laid in the wkenthe 11lK caused it deith liatbeen entfrelv mHutwJrrstwxI and when nrra bane teaJVr hra the cae Ir h Ixen jiww d T w -caTll that worms etit in the human system ttnm eiruet irtiay ti retare pii etttiljy wutktrr cxrrr mrc obe tbey caa o surely as they lymftfws tf acrmr srnty with their hildrca eannnt 1 too crra2 ef tbeyfirrtxr th timely use cf B V Fahncstocks VcnaifcZT r aftlj and jftcJily removed fora the deluatt infant Paysiciias do not hMrtte to recommend it and ose it a thetr practice and many of ti mott eminent of tbe prefritfaiv to WJ J In fitt it merrr fiUI It ha frequently bees from all parts of the country testify to hs uniform ucc the lUaeS and large qnaatitti s of niis wrg diwhgd and immedMwe rta as aafcparire not inspeenet tk cuate of erery one be used ty relief aaVnled Great caation twrchaier to be Ltoa jixiir bottle he buvs nf tt The simple name of FahmkSTUCic u nt surBcicax He raat Lxic dowdy and carcty toscc ttUlfc laitiaU ate B A FaumestuCK aad be satuacd ab neOa cic -New FRAKiexirT Hou ard Co Mo the erioal A Fahnestock vrmife9e Hwtrt Schnrartx A liastett JSltsmrg KiBi ttsed tut many yexrt B 1 have no hraracy la rem f that atvost ercelTest rem In Bf practice wtnlUmfnl hare tried rendy wbichit jalr rioAjidaJfcjrf edy B A Fahnestocks Vermifuje arwl ftfurwt it t hare the menlitai desired cnet t 1 thick your Vermifuge can not safely be disÂ¬ la all tiiCS where a Vcrsaifui- r- K neded THOS It HANUT SC B pensed with in any family Yours tec- J if 11U3BVRD M D SCHWARTZ CO B A co Pitisterg BAFAHHEST00KS ooirylt Tl It ia now JWMrlr w HST3LJ3HFn yein 5i3v c tan aotu me was attcrcI a a remedy k tbr nvrav antL iroax uaciu Mr Wy iacrcucd until 3 tStf preheat day k to mjflm j mamm sc irytga tltaxandjaj tc m M t L rre nitt VERMIFUGE -- fea txl caji nr rr tt nt ee aihtweioeiry CnrarscC rta oe J L T HwiHLANn Fh5SSo DEALFJt PauSlt FrtyWia C B KY SWANCot m Â¬ -- vr C FREXCHBUKG I I i J II WILLIAMS Proprietor The patrounee of the traveling public is respeetfully invited Table the best and every attention to the comfort of cueti THE JOHN SHILLITO COMPANY GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL OREEN KENTUCKY KKKl S COXirVNTLY OX UASO A KCLL AX OMTEEST OF - lunnuiucturt d by tin i Sidney School Furniture Go AVholesaU and Retail Dealers in Â¬ JOIIX LocrHllN Sole Proprietor Â¬ CATHARTIC Thi All tht Lenillnjc Schocls of t lit Cnuiitry - Â¬ C Ijk 1625000 SIDNEY OHIO has Imumi Adojiti d in Xonrly - BUY GOODS CARPETING Uace Seventh i Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware 7inwartr Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ ies Stoves and Farming Implements In fact evfrythiiii usually k pt in 11 first das couutry stori aut at BOTTOM PRICED Alo iv ill take in exHiatip for liiuxls or in payment of any tlbt tlue cte all lciaS Countrv Produce ami 1 ivtr tork of fvi ry lt criptior NOW IN USE lobes Kejxistt rs Pictionurj Holders Mih ChartN Mjij t vs Numeral Frame jlietionunes AuitJomieal iiouui Krasers ijlaekhounls lijuil Hlatine Hells Crayon George Street- - H J CLAKKE WITH IELE8TR1G Co BELT FBE - J frn vnin OuRE Â¬ Ami everytbitijr neeletl in a sehool room JVrite us lor eotiiplete euudijrue Ad dreM Cincinnati 0 AND JOBHEIK OF Sievers Garson Hardware 637 C W Main WITiT Street LOUISVILLE KY Jdi Sidney flOJy School Furniture SIDNEY Company OHIO IMrOUTKUS weli w n aldeman President of the Great Wm H Fullerton JOBBER OF To insroiluee it rwill ftr a short limegir away i each mtunty tv those likfcly to mk trwU agents a liuiiteil number of oar GEK- MAN KLKCTUO JALViVNIt HUSPENSO IC1 UrIl a positive ami unfailingfor Nervous Debility Weakness Varicocele Loss of Vigor lihemnatlini JiCd K ward paid if erery Bh we manufacture does not generate a sen nine elevtrti current Atldress at n RJM AX BELT A ENC Y l O Box Brooklyu New York Jb14 cre Slni gar mm Oimrl m w w mm AND- - Hats Caps Straw Coods CSltivcH is B E BOBERTS tviTn anil Uinlrtllns LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL CO Tells What He Know of RVSll CHILL1COTHE F WILLIAMSON vrrii O I 1 - WINTEBSMITHS Carter Bros Co WI10LES VLE 7 -- CHILL CURE -- NOTIONS Boots TH1BD RACE UNION STEEZT3 Henry L Crane Boot Shoe Go Wholesale Dealers in White OtkBreathittWed night Aug 25 u night Aug 27 Saturday night Aug 26 Eundav nicht Auc 29 Hjaiw Fork Saaday li a x Ang 29 TEhe aaeeting to continue at Middle iork natil ijrklay when they zo to the i yearly peering of the Presbyterian Churches Of Breathitt Wnlfp Mnrtrti ortn VI ui tfpuf n lvrtn f day sight Sept Sd and continue over - ftaTJutla 1 A rtU Vtt Or tUr pRadaya Dr GnerraBt will preach 4t qne lace aad Mr 5iickel at another M i 411Qsia5nsntAug2o G B Swango Hazel Green and Vaughu Campton J N writes Tl Bev Mr Kelly a Missionary Baptist minister held religious services at the residence cf E Creech in the Laurel Creek neighborhood last Thursdav even- inc Several of the neighbors attended fltill mnpliSntflrocf wic miiitffi1 fect health t Indigestion ITcadache and Loss of Appetite had so weakened aud debili- Â¬ tated my system that I was obliged to give up work After being under the doctors care for two weeks without petting any relief I began taking Aycrs Pills My appetite and strength returned and I wa3 soon enabled to resume my work in per- Â¬ ri- Best Patent Flour ShipstufTs Salt Seeds c for sale at S S OrAiTSKiLLs Mt Sterling Ayers Pills Dr J C The funeral of Arthur son of Elbert Tfee Mitchell Wagon for sale at S S and Selina Sample who died Jan 3 1SS6 l frill be preached at May town Sunday gtonKXLL Mt Sterling trepahed by Ayer Co I owell Mass Sold by all Druggists OrrrcE or the GouRinR JonRHAL Louvmixx Dr Wmtersrttith Sir I waive a rule I hve observed fcr many years the v due cf your reraedy prompt ine me to say in reply to your request vhat 1 kxiov ol your Chill Cure The private assurances cf its 11 flicacy 1 had1 and the good result of us elicits I My fcr nsort had observed on Mr R w Meredith who my olhcc Ul am now prepared to Uo an Kimis 01 than fifteen years has been foreman of locks Jewelry me to test it in ray foariy The results - vurepairing on Watches induced The first case was optical pocde Bring me your work have been entirely satisfactory it will be neatly antl promptly re of two years standing in which I believe every known remedy had been tried with temporary itpaired at reasonable prices Hoping by chills returning periodically and seemingly iuionet-t work and fair price to merit Your cure LroJce them at severity with increased vour patronage I remain recurrence of them for once and there has been ro T F CAZJL more than six months The other case was of x 0 Yiurs truly railder form and yielded more readily to other remedies but the chills would return at intervals 1 KEENWADE UOUSE until your medicine was used since which time nowseveral months they have entirely disappeared From the opportunity I haye had tojudge I do not FKENCHBUKG ICY hesitate to express my belief that your Chill Cure T J COPE Proprietor specific and performs all you promise is a valuable Very respectfully Table supplied with all delieaaies of the for it VV K HALOEMAN Special attention to commercial season Cincinnati 93 W Pearl St 31 Shoes Hubbers j Dry Goods John Carter James G Carter A I A rorliae Jo i Bethel 1 j and Notions T 751 and 7X1 CINCINNATI AVITII O e3EEPAlRiMC W Bros Manns shop at Ez FOED J G Carter Jr t I AIN STREET LOriSVILLE3CY rEAt -- Boot Shoe Go Prepared io Teaeh Insllfirlis Of Booucville Aeaderur Booneville Krr announces that he is prepared to TEACH INSTITUTES duri- n- the raonthn of Jalv and August ami will guarantee satL tctieti In eviry intanee ThV lontetmerv cfmntv institute of liiJ say ef him We te4cr Bnf isandera onriueere tlrank for the earnest manner iu which he ha labored for our instruction and express our approbation of the efficient manner in whieh he has ee ducted the eiercrses J53Chanes rvasonahrerand mad knowaoa application Address PKOF- - A SANPE Boonevtlle OwIe CourttvKy Manufacturers and Dealers in Prof A SANDERS BootsShoes Rubbers So 8S AVfst Pearl Street CINCINNATI O iit S K FORD VVITII f AUGUST BURHHE1M BAUER 516 Broadway CLOTHING NEW YORK -- Fon ale bv iT J T - Dav - tourists rA f - rfiijjtj V 1 liSUL iJapA TLrizJr xr ilVTl nni in 1i rafciin Mfct fill Hit4i tmt imliiiWiii niMiiiwil o v rfASa4jriEM --IlESALB Mlar - j jBjk a Tear w Aee Official Vote of Wolfe County August 2 1886 -- - t5 cwte Xhat JL wer t tulveriisejkei Inserted jcscnioc ami nek rt is n 2S 5-r- 5- r Jte yKrpiptMH3itacf WEDNESDAY TVCripliea expire yrBirk7ir hastrrare -- JnPn Jr eHiwr He w SUPERIOR f n- Jv reH-t-- - to xnxt UG 11 y re- rr- J J- - V- - Ward UXECUIT J UDGE jr T R Wli - V HAZEL CREEN- - KY J 1 MBqaMHMMMi TIMETABLE - 1SSC i COXXOSVEAITOS ATTOESEV J P-- Marrs Dem Z- - T Harst t Rep V F Elkin iDr m v COCXTY JciKiE G B Jiwruago Deni V Tnrp LLKU Dettiic - COljwAk it 113 157 o 2- r - - car c - a r r cn - c iK S5f 73 5 5 j 52 29 36 XiZs1 T c 41 Abe Wireraau will start to iff Ster j ling in a few davs with a drove of 1k Jocenh Allen sold to Calvin G Hairer j vro j t voke of oxen at SS5 a vote Geo Stephens i now visiting in Bres- i tlritt but will return sooo S E V MENIFEE COUNTY i is 41 35 36- - 10S S5 44 j sat 670 457 623 443 932 235 990 Ague ai re W eSl 1 33 5S 31 E 77- - lli 37 15 75 4U HO 73 141 artl i 53 45 14 59 54 42 C5 21S 179 51 2ai 130 50 120 87 5 IMttky Mi Sttk Aiiaitic Rway -- 5Bdfr2 To ti- 22 t It i Stealing at 7 A X C2J at RyJkv til at S40 A X J C Lvkius Drm Gl 224 4i 9fll 217 05 114 1421 X 2 leaves Rolkwcil at 9 a X arrives at Sheriff Mu Sterling at lu0 A X freight trains on C O R R uear 97- - 22GJ 99-Gi 11G GT Center Dcm 02 02 147 224 3e Jleve3 Xt Slerlius at 140 Tx ar SciT COirsiox Schools Freestone in Rowan county last Satur-Â¬ nvt at KothCfU at 3ii0 K M J 3L Pue Dcm- CI 09 113 143 9C6 day morning in which five persons were 215 C 4 14ATC4 Kotlivrt 1 at 34i i X arrives JAILER killed outright p m G W Drake D in i nl Xt SteriiKjr at 3fi 71 159 712 19 195 95 45 Burt Little the engineer who lost his Sterling with 11 Vi a C Williams llud C Nw2 at Xt 31 07 JS 16 52 5 train ou C O railway j Sfrvkyor X xb 1 u P-ha ml in an accidunt the Ore Bank train for LftxiactoH Chirinnati and Looisrilln J H U Kush Dern S9J 115 3S 220 HI 143 205 i i near Olympia last week is a resident of if 3 cetuMrcL at Mt StrliH with Ili5 a I Coroxeu Hariba this county I M V X trxiK onCiO from thr Bust xnd 1 1J f FivMvii Cox Dem 13 190 171 92 1 37 61 15 i Frexchburg Aug 6 The election G7 12- KX tnu frm Luiville and CiucinnaiL j W Pcnc Rp 279 43 H l 3G iTl passed oil quietly over the whole county r jHciiHcryBiKy rKrt tiay tpecial J assessor AV- - G leaves Itetkvrell es tiie 3rd Moadav ih acb W Crucy Dcm 97- G3 01 225 983 There wis not a loud word or yell during 143 IIG 55 22i Ui at7 HJ A X arri inp at Mt- - Sterling the day at this place but the Ikvs had a a a X Bctarisg Irxvcs Mt Sterling Total vote nut 109 69 94 114G little jollification after the returns came 2ltl 249 155 75 133 tx 3 P xl arriviBpat Edtkvcll at 40 P X Camptov PltECINtT For ale of wliik- - 7G Against vile of whi ky 132 in at night The following is the official Levt9 EKkweM for Mt SterliHe at 5 P x vote of the count- GEO D HARPER Supt 497 Majoiuticp --The following are the their support to the nominees and there- - For Suprrior Jndjre Ward Dem 550 Circuit Judqe Cooper Dem majorities White over Lilly 213 Marrs bv sending the bolters up Brinv Ilun Com Attornev ltedwine IXsm 4S3 T k LOCAL 349 oier nurst tov awango over fcpenrer We hope while they arc up there that County Attorney T T Cope I DemJ 310 Drake over William 325 Cox they will turn to pure Democratic salt 3IA riuliipsliud 276 Elfcert Sample and wife were guesfes of over Pence 382 391 County Clerk J W Davis Deml j so when thev return thev can be used to Mrs Fred Day last Thursday evening 271 John WelUInd preserve the party The vote of the county for Justices of 351 Sheriff John C- - DavDom the Peace and Constable was ts follows Elder D G Combs has returned home 342 Win Inirram Ind Several of oar citizens attended the 1st District J F Wilson 32S A Wrlalof Mis Emma Nickel last Fri Hoaaker 05 David Lawsou G7 I L from hi preaching trip to Boon ville and Assessor N M Wills Dvra 141 Stamper Dem 43 For other places He turned aroitod once or F G F 11Q Hep Constable J M Fulfc f5 J H Bow- Â¬ twice ami left here Tuesday in company 25S 27G Snrvevor E Xortheutt Dem 1 acv of ling 29 and Logan Pel fry C with A J Xiefcvll to attend the State ifrs Alice wife of James A W Wheeler Rep 303 2nd District A F Johnson 193 J meeting at Mt Sterling Ezel died at her home Monday nigiit Coroner J 1J Power Dem K1 IjwL 104 K AKash 112 Consta- Â¬ Johnny Aruparger of this place has 1L Borders Rep 178 ble J A Lacev 240 Byrne County Judge H D Combs returned home from Campton where he 3rd District--- S -- Mrs P Howe 177 Cox has been learnitg the trade of paintiug J J A Adas who hid been Join Circuit Clerk Johnson Osborn Jailer v5ting her husband in Louisville lias Brown 123 W B DufTSG Constable This will be appreciated bv the voune and W C Taylor Superintendent Com- Â¬ V S Drake 67 Benjamin Wiremau GO ladies as a great many of them think mon Schools all Democratic nominees relttraed home and Lewis Spencer 50 they need painting were elected without opposition The 4th District Peter BLeggr4 Isaiah Keep the Eleveath Co si ma nd men t Mrs V B Lykins and son left here following Justices and Constables were Attend to Your Own Business and Spencer 34 J J Sparks 33 Constablo last Wednesdav to vi it the family of elected as follows 1st District C C Davie 3i and Joseph Gillv 20 will lire long and prosper and Stephen Carpenter C Lykins at Campton whose wife is Montgomery5th District J A Sewell 0G David J Justices G H Frisbv Constable 2ml not expected to live Dr F M Thomas family left for Bmks 75 Preston Hollon G Consta Â¬ Rev W B Lykins preached a big ser-Â¬ District F B Steele and T F Fri by ble James Gibbs Gl and G W Malo Ford last wek to inake tiiat place their mon to an attentive congregation in the Justices J P Sorrell Constable 3rd home for a while aG- - Nannie Little nev 59 District A M Ruchanan aud H D Gth District J D Chambers SO S Masonic Hall at this place on the 1st Adams accospsaied them Justices J B Lewis Constable S Puw SO A C Xash SO Constable inst 4th District S Stacy and W S Ham- Â¬ George Beasler last week brought us A T Combs SI and G B Little 40 Prof Hyden the teacher of penman- Â¬ ilton Justices Dave Hamilton Consta 7th District Eiias Shocker GS and R ship commenced here last Tueday to ble Sth District J W Wheeler and a cactimber which weighed four iKiuuds We will save the seed and next vear se 1 G Roe 61 Constable Sylvester Xor learn our young people the art James McG raw Justices a tie for Con- Â¬ man 62 care an acencv for some colic cure Bom On the 29th ult to the wife of stable was determined by lot in favor of Sth District Tames Burton G2 W J V Oakley a girl This is u poor Martin Cole Hen J M Kash broke ground last B Vaucleave 57 John Perdiew 44 move in the Democratic ranks Mia Emily Igo aged about 50 years week for the erection of an elegant man ConsUible S S Shackelford Gl and H Joseph Clark the boss carpenter com- Â¬ died at John C Days July 31st ofchol B Oliver 22 mo oa the lot where he has resided for menced the erection of a new dwelling era morbus Much could be said in her buuiv years It will be an honor to our praise and nothing against her She was Our Salyersville correspondent sends for A T Pieratt today town never married Married On the 29th of last month us the following report of the election in Severe storm and rain passed over the j Holly Cock to Mis Maliuua Barker Magoffin county Mise Mary Belle Fugate of Gentry E Cooper Circuit northern part of this county last week Mo and ilrs Sabel Caskey of Judge 31 31 1euwine t ommonwealth s coaaty Blurt doing considerable damage to the roads Wert Liberty am visiting W T Caskey Attorney Josph Howard Ctmnty Attor-Â¬ G raspy Crekic Aug 9 B F Mc and crops ney and J C Patrick Sheriff were asiily of tltis place and f will commence the school at the elected without opposition and the fol Â¬ Guiie school house to day Mr Mc J F Greer is building a fine residence Caskey We want a correspondent in Owsley lowing are the majorities received in the Guire comes well recommended and we on the lot where Judge Days house was cottBty burned if this Item attracts the at other contests hope we are to have a good school SO some one who would like to Circuit Clerk Callte Howard teftta J Ringo has begun to build where The election passed off quietly in this hisAhouse 20 write hs the news of that eclion he can Cotihtr Jud Janies Piekle burned at Cornwell im county the nominees all being elected iiuurMlerJc Koht A Iatricfc pitch is without ceremony B reen Long severely cut his knee with 111 Wm Havens and T H Testernmn were John Asessor D Coroner J F Sebastian 270 elected magistrates in this the 3rd pre-- a broad ax one day hist week Now Judge Pwango please give ns Surveyor J C-- 0 Cras e 11 Ji reruuson uoiistaule pood roads even if there will be kicking Jailer Tiioniad Araeu J W Davis Countv Clerk elect is 1G2 cnict and moving into our villiage I M V Make Rome howl and we are sati Sut- - Schools Wiu L May We were pained to hear of the death 294 fied that it will be a blessing to the Xickell a we have known her of Emma BREATKiTT COUNTY The following is the vote in Breathitt ever since a child We tender her rela- coaHty and an honor to the Judge county Whites majority over Lilly 35 tives our sympathy iti this their hour of Jacksox Aug 6 Work on the Acad- Â¬ Jim Tom Gevedon who was located Marrs majority over Hurst S4 C B trouble emy building is progressing 100000 brick in oar town for a short time is teaching UardweU was elected Circuit Clerk and Rev J T Pieratt preached Saturdav having been burned and ready for the ftchool in Morgan but requests us to say J W HagglllS County Clerk W H mil Siituiiir tit tlifGrav Creek Mmrel Centers bricklayer that he will continue to repair watches Blanton Countv Judw D B Red win e There was a large congregation and good kiln on Red Lime from G T in The River is coming etc and sell jewelry c at his home County Attorney Breck Cttuibs ShtritF order foundation is approaching completion Wiley Ctnnbs Jailer and John W Taul From present indications we are to Mr Childers will burn another kiln of Tl F Carr the jeweler of Ezel has a bec County School Superintendent have plenty of brandy soon Hope no Â¬ 150000 brick so jis to have brick to sup- Â¬ card in this issue to which your atten- Â¬ body will drink too much ply the town and county for chimneys MORGAN COUNTY tion is invited He announces his abili- Â¬ after completing the building James T Ferguson un of D Ferguty to do first class work and all who have County Breathitt election returns West Liberty Aug 9 The Teach- Â¬ son is confined to his bed with fever tried him about here recommend him Ox The Wixg ers Institute was held in the court house Judge W H Bhmton Countv Clerk highly this week Prof X B Hays assisted by J W Haggins Cireuit Clerk E BÂ¬ MAGOFFIN COUNTY Geo Tuck White Green HufSikers J M Downing being the instructors Card well Sherilf Breck Combs Assesbest man who Is making Hazel Green A large number of teachers were pres sor W Back Jailer Wiley H Combs Salyersville Aug 5 On the even- Â¬ Surveyor Capt Wm Smith Superin- Â¬ headquarters left yesterday for a tour of ent and all manifested greit interest the Big Sandy country and says he in Â¬ There were twenty lady terchers 111 at- Â¬ ing of Auir 3rd the silent Messenger of tendent Schools J W Taulbee Coro- Â¬ tends to supply that country with the tendance among them ML s Julia Cecil I Death called from hi earthly home an ner Jesse Turner beet footgear they ever stuck a heel of Yirgiuia Miss Rosa Lee Kash of old and respected citizen of this county The County Institute will be held beÂ¬ Hazel Green and Mrs Mary Xickell and Capt John Power peacefully passed ginning Aug 23 The conductor has not into Miss Annie Nickell of Ezel Prof from this life leaving a large circle of Hardin Smith of this county was Hayes is too well known to need any friends to mourn his loss He was noted been named but it will be held by the tried before Commissioner Wood at Mt comment ujkhi the able manner in whieh for his charity and many a poor family new superintendent J W Taulbee Work on the new Presbyterian Church Sterling on July 59th on the charge of he conducted the Institute He has in distress owe their relief to him The on the Middle Fork is progressing finely retailiag whisky in Wolfe In violation of been teaching the Morgan Institute for deceased was 7S years old and was a The house will be completed this fall the Tevensio law and held in the sum of three years and an appeal w ls made to Captain in the Union army 500 to appear at the October term of th SujMrintendeuL to procure his servi- Â¬ Rev W B Cooper will fill the pulpit Late Monday evening there came up a court at Louisville He failed to give ces again next year Miss Myrtio Cole disturbance here in town which for a of Rev McElroy in MtSterliug on the bond and was sent to jaiL aged twelve years presided at the organ few moments threatened to bathe in 3rd Sunday in August Rev E L Southgate of Shelbyville aud she deserves much praic for the eff- Â¬ Ij1om1 the participants were Mth John Ward of the Cox Mill iciency with which she performed while presented and fierce wordsPistols used Ky is holding a protracted meeting were neighborhood last Thursday sent us a her weet voice charmed everv one At oui mere was no snooumr nor was anv here mess of the finest Irish potatoes wc liave the close ot the Institute she was pre-- one hurt unless be that some suffered it Born To the wife of Hiram Centers seen and will please accept thanks for sented with a beautiful gold ring in ap- - i in mind afterward for we learn that Aug 5th a son died same day the game There were twelve potatoes prcciation of her services the ring hav- - j the one to blame has since apologized and they filled an ordinary sized water nur been purchased by the teachers of WOLFE COUNTY 111 113 111111 tir r 11 r 111 iiihii i bucket one potato weighing 1 lb 3 ozs the county one serious fight on election day A and the twelve S poumls SpuvDiiNtf Aue6 The election pass- Â¬ The ice cream supper given by the la father was beaten with a rail and cut ed oil quietly at this place as there was Church of the Dr Joseph B Wofe a prominent phy Â¬ dies eveningChristianjrrand on Wednes- severely by his son who it is said was no whisky or other alcoholic liquor was a dav success The driiikinV The father wlmo name i sician who resided in our town seventeen ice cream and peaches were delicious drank year ago and returned then to the place the cakes were all splendid but the and Montgomery is likely to recover Mr Young the hog buyer of Mt Ster-Â¬ one Mn Mullie May of Morgan county of lila nativity Soutwest Virginia was baked by Mrs Jennie Manker a marble ling was in our midst a lew days since a visitor here on Monday last He has cake and the one by Mrs Xettie Carter attended the funeral of her father Capt He bought some hogs of H DSpradling decided to juake Hazel Green his home a neopolitan were considered by every John Power this week and seven head of in the future His many friends here one the nicest and best on the table and Prof Wyley of Bowling Green Ky at 4 per hundred3 per head He com- Â¬ Dave Lnvson at are delighted and gladly welcome the the one baked by Mrs W T Womack will conduct the Suite Teachers Luiti plained greatly of the bad roads return of the Doctor who is an honor to which was raffled off could not be ex-Â¬ tute The patrons of Clifty District have nv coBirnuxitv in which he lives The State Teachers Institute ha3 again again secured Mi Maggie Shackelford celled It was a white cake trimmed - been postponed This is rather discour- - of Devils Creek as teacher She was with white We inadvertantly failed to note the ing raffle wax flowers After an excit- mnnnr knocked off to Mis visit of Morrison Cox and Miss Geor-Â¬ Jeuiiie Cox it was place and Miss Rosa fcc- our last writing the flux has accompanied by her brother Mack On ince gia Sltrdd and Ed McCIurc and Mis Lee Kash of of this Green both of whom again been spreading in several locali-Â¬ the return home his horse liccauic fright- Â¬ Hazel ened and simished the buggy to smith Â¬ KaasieSledd all of Montgomery county are well deserving of the compliment ties ereens but he escaped uthotit injury week It was to this neighborhood last Miss Laura noskins has commenced a On last Thursday night the voung la- Â¬ certainly for although we Leonidas Robinson formerly of Nich- Â¬ a flying visit school on MiddleFork D M S engagements with them dies and gentlemen were all invited to olas county has been chosen to tench made several thev got away before we had time to see the Kendall House to participate in eat-Â¬ Gypsy Aug 5 The election went off i the school in this No 20 district He was and the boys here inti- Â¬ ing the half of the cake which fell to at Weslyan mach of them 00 iiiiixu uoue at uus prccuim will educatedgood teacher College aud prove a Morrison Cox feared he would Miss Jennie Cox Misses Anna and Ada fuieii Leg Xo 6 mate that Sheep Quite a crowd lose his fair companion and hurried Kendall who always lend a helping hand drunk but nothing more than a fist fight Hiram Hogg Deputy LL S Collector to the enjoyment of every occasion fur-Â¬ believe the reason no one was home I hurt was of Boonville passed threugh heto hist nished ice cream and also some of their because the boys were all too drunk week en route to Richmond Surveyors of Public lloads in choicest candies raisins and nuts To the Th vote went quite unexpectedly in Married On the 17th inst at the res- Â¬ Wolfe Comity The law makes it my After several mouths as correspoudent favor of the Republicans Money was idence of the brides father Geonre W daty to see that the ronds of the county of The Herald Cricket must bid the greatest horse Meu that never made Halsey to Mis Matilda A Byrd Dr J are fcept la good repair which will be you adieu for a while as a scribe but not a public thing of selling out before care H Stamper officiating enforced in every instance I as a reader for when lonelv and sad a ntiT who Btrictiv frff it 0w to the ears of Thev r- MIL iatead hereafter to enforce the law sweet conuort Tl Tf intnbKvu win oe Inu WJ1It lhe monev llui are going to haVe Ayers Hair Vigor is safe agreeable against every surveyor of roads in the iwioiwxfc w it i rom tins torwaru 1 neara one man and beneficial It is the most elegant couatv who fails to put his precinct of farewell who had heretofore professed to be i and its effects are very lasting making it same road in good repair and keep the Miss Dora Rawlings of Mt Sterling Democrat say that he wished the Demo the most economical of toilit prepara go I want you all to understand this will begin her class in music at this place cratie nominee for County Clerk Newt tions By its use ladies can keep their and act accordingly G B Swango next Monday She is a cultured aud re P Adams was beaten hv oOO maiontv i nair abundant and natural in color lus Judge Wolfe County Court fined Youmr Iadv and comes to us well j and that we had carried the day mean- - tre and texture Wc heartily welcome ing the Repuplican party as I supposed recommended Miss Emma Nickel one of the most her to our midat Democrats you cau not patronize such i IrVhlv eetecmeed young ladies of the DeBusk for- - men any longer iase up men or prm- Jasper Cox and Howard -- iniruu1 -liofl - lipr home it e t JiTOWU A1r- - cipie wno are men tor pruiciple and not I ofter for ale for the v was ouneu at wc iumiuuww TJ1 w and net sixtv days at - were in town hist week Mr DeBusk is for money fSily buriafgrounas of Valentine Piea reduced price and on eay terms a nice Religious services last Sundav Rev dwelling house and lot beautifully situated teacher n this oonniy and Mr Cox is on Friday Miss XifVkdPs mother a Sam Allen George Green and Isaac Row Tbelionc is in elecant repair having heeu w w jih a in -- - z anu Air tu j i inTinr -uieu we 1 t u ic nf - nii raised ner in t Master Mortie Swango the Interesting lectured at the grave yard near Uncle built within th last three years and i lo- Â¬ nrpxt tuua i xiexa Li il - nrvcarit ic TilTTeh llLcJe SOU Ui-c Judge fcwauso ot Hazel Sam Carpenters Quite a large audi- - cated in a healthy and growiac- part of the J x t - r -- t to rn with cod ont building About fifty o Chy Cooper 13 ence attended he g child Gm 0 srruiving fruit Httd best of all a veil Calvin Hager of East Point Floyd j ofnevcrfailing trees vaUjr GOOD WARRAN Â¬ m UM do young b county has a portable steam saw milliu i TITLE eli a o entlomen of the town a very our midst and many of our citizens are TY am determined sell nad any oae de 0 I -ti opiy two J siriag a btautifnl rMlene in ihe ot nleasant social on Saturday night getting lumber to make improvements e r Â¬ jovc 5atc5 in and thriTiBj X ur cricket George Howard is now hauling fruit i prosperotw do well t call townor ibe mountains will Chnstian Uhtircn nu ujcu rae tn skira in the from ah tera at OCK Ezel Aug 5 The election passed off stiii and pointcommence neighborhood to l as ta prict lived at the age of 24 years will soon J fi TA8i3SK 5L D quietly at this place the people giying allf Other locals See Opposite Page 1 lesires MiL torliii tuiantes time lowr Covsty Clerk David Hog Pern X arrives County Attorney than Mt David Sjiencer lad 73 I IS 4 96 147- - 24 17 226 21G 59 117 03 They carried off about 125 in cash which they obtained from the cash drawer They made an unsuccessful at Â¬ tempt to enter the safe which contained over S3000 in cash One day lut week the fly wheel of j Combs mill on Salt Lick in this county j flew off its shaft-- and ran over Amos Wilhoit killing him We have news of a collision of two glars J Frenchbuhg Aug 9 Saturday night F Greers store was entered by bur- - Complaint and ail diseases arising irora Malarial poisons 1 IS YAKSAXTEI to cure Fever and Intermittent or Chill Fevtr Re mittent Fever Dumb Ague BiHou Fever Dengue or Break bone Fever Liver Â¬ Ague Cure CLOSING OUT Dry Goods Notions O-FJFbr eighteen AVERS m r 5r - rW si 2 Harpers S bottle of dyers Ague Cure Jiave never since had a chill PKEPARHD BY ered with CJulIs and Fever having Chills every other day After trying various remedies recommended to cure used a Jid 9 Cmonths 1SS4 I suf BOOTS SHOES HATS Come Eariy and Get Choice C E WHLLMOT f KAJTIC I CABPETS OIL CLOTHS CLOTKDTGc ai G E WILLMOTS THE BIGGEST BARGAINS EVER HE AKD XmX and Reese Building A GROSSMAN ED WI3V BARPBR Co Lowell Id by all Druggists Y 2j Dr if wBp tti J r C Aver Haat MT STERLING GOCYIOS ICY -- X- t i BUIXXLKY B GRUBKS BRINKLET GRUBBS Co 6R0SSMAH GOUyiOM C8H incce aon to Brinkley Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in v r wholesaix MvtrrAcnrs ats or l STOVES Tinware Tinners Stock Sheet Iron Japanned Tinware a Specialty GG2 W Main St and 201 to 209 Seventh Street LOUISVILLE S sfcrB SEV Sales Harn DOC j Pfl V t KY BRIDLES c 74 and 76 Main Street te 4y J ttUAUMAX JAS A SUCTTLEWOUTIL GRAUMAN SHUTTLEWORTH CINCINNATI O HVt Manufacturers and Jobbers of Jluilo i s GOo OliL DO ID lletii ya 1 Ljllliiyjyf Street LOUISVILLE KY WTTir HAZEL GREEN KY HENRY F PIERATT Proprietor ts f I litS IteMs Nice Vehicles and Horsts For Hire at all times a4 oa tke most reasonable tenus Ssitife tioa will beiven at all timr iui those wishmg to hire a UOJtSK a4 BUGGY or x SADDLE HOltSE will find it to their interest te c sult me HORDES BOAKDKD ky W Main OB NUXXELLY Â¬ DUNLAP BROS WHOLESALE SADDLERY CO J J L Dunlap B 723 Dunlap W U Barrett and 730 Manufacturers of Saddles Harness and dealers in Saddlery Hardware LOUISVILLE KY c r--- -r K Very 1 W Main St COMVKYED TO AXY POIXT IX EASTERN KEXTlTCKY REASONABLE TERMS Give me a call when vou need savthin- - ia my lin er PARTIES WJ J ic the single meal day week r aaUL SVhea you visit Gajl Gwci yen pnt roar honit np witk aw will have it well cared fer f Whea you want t hreyo can hire from me for an hour kkk- i tay day or weec or loser ai ON reeetfully H- - F- - PIERATT ad GEORGE DOLL WITH JUDY SEount -- OLDHAM JTJDYj Successors to HANLY Go Fiexner Rosenberg Fiexner Successors to Tloscnberg Nathan Sterling Ky DEALERS Kf- - 1 1 WHOLESALE BOOTS AND SHOES 712 Hardware Queensware StoiesV Grates Plows c Sole Agents for the World Renowned q 5 J 1 and 714 South Side Main Bet 7th vt Sth zzTENNBSSBE WAGONS The Best and Cheapest Wagcm on Wheels The Trade of Wolfe and adjojning counties isi respectfully sohcited t LOUISVILLr KX f EORGE E OT WHITE JL L A hite J I Green J V HuHUker TUCK AVITH Â¬ GKEES A HTJFFAKER Wholesale Dealers iu iilo Main Street Boots and Shoes Wet LOUISVILLE KY ADAM BAUIY1 Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well ser- lected Stock of 1 Phoenix Stables The Old Reliable Robinson PROPRIETORS On Commission Jones H Buy and Sell Horses Mountain men will do well to consult us before ollerins stoek for sale as we believe it will be to their interest GIVE US A TRIAL andyou nill stop withns every time Which he sells Wholesale and Hetail as Cheap as they can oe bought in the btate Give hini a call and be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go X mu ii AND DEALERS IN IAU J P ROGERS WITH II T1U31BLE ROBT 3f TRIMBLE 1 mi-i- i- 1 SHIPLEY DOISY CO TSIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS -- - 6ras54frIw J iDBY GOODS Flour Provisions Salt 15 JfTc - swxiimj tk5iSer f Powder Field and Gardv3P Cor 4th and Elm Streets seeas mz onernng Ly CINCINNATI OHIO THey carry tlie largest stock t C H I C A G C do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling COTTAGE S7V3 Has attained a standard of excellence whic edeaits of no superior Jtcontaias every improvemcntthatinvcntlvts yenius bkill and inocoy can produce gSSMBssi OTTR t OROAI B Wisbinp to enpajre in other Iniiues that will requirt my whole time I otlVr for sale ell establihed hotel that valuable and property known as the FO I 1 S V McWilliains - Co LlTdlJ ddm dliU J66H2 dUfW 3IT STERLING KY Drovsrs 2VERY PIERATT HOUSE ni Traisis Hcadpiriitt -- fl lwuv a - - FOP SALE -- rS t -- vi- tote SMSS -- Srif lxu wtScb bos enjoyed very liberal share of The atte tion of horse and Bale deI RANT2D the public patronaqe a 20 years past The for esncciallv invited to onr facilirfes for tht hone contains 14 rooms 10 of them being bantling of sttick and we invite alirtra4er supplied with prate besides a diaintr rtftm of Wolfe and adjoining eouutit to odl oe A large us when iu the eitv 10 feet lonp and a oodfkitrben and commodious stable and enclosed shed will hold 30 horses A very rich jartlen spot of IA to JC of au acre with raspberries II GXLLIS gooseberries plums apple and peach trees A well filled see fine asparagus bed Those Organs arc celebrated for volume j and a mality of tone ouick renonse artistic desisn i bouse smoke house chicken houe and coal bvauty ia llnish perfect construction maians l bnue constitute the outbuildings TliCre znem tnc most desjraoio orjmns tor nomee is on the place two never failing wrlls of schools churches lodges societies etc pure water The property can be boutdit with or with Â¬ ESTABLISHED REPUTATION VHOLSALE out the furnitnre at a barjrain aad on easy UEQTAXE2 FACILITIES Anv one wbihic to parchaae may terms SKIIJLEI TVOItKMEX J H PIERATT Proprietor BEST MATEKJAJL address Hazel Green Ky or IS ISSl L-- w McCord Aydelptte - - COilBIXED itAXE TUI3 TK IIkralu I -- j M 1 THS POPULAR OBSAHi Instruction Books and Piano Stoois tclogucs I Corner house kendallPkestonsbuegSts Mai a d WEST LIBERTY KY 1 HATTERS Ko 613 E3r Kaet Sntnn KXrr - GL TT 3 w ard Prica Lists oa applictioa PB22 Sfe CHICAQQ Mrs E C Kendall - Proprietress Tb table is sepplled with thy bert the raarketsadbrdb Sxutsieascod haadis cMure ci hxac Caargei reason i3e TT LOUISVILLE Tr al CHICAGO GGTTA6E 0I18AH GO V Randolph and Ann lJJ A ITAn JJtWJVUi Pfcactis v- ni ggqsourij5 w w - jprv V - m wfag SI i V Vv if I will meet you here in the mercy to others things orchard that evening You will come I Idunno I try The sick man groaned and turned un- Â¬ wont you You try a great deal Oh yes youre easily in his bed IRBJtCMtOOOFKR Proprietor f To this arrangement Tom was about to good at showing mercy you are Ask I didnt use ter blieve nothin of the acquiesce when he used ter think - - KENTUCKY a sudden thought seemed to he struck by your daughter that daughter whose hap- - kind doctor know better now it Iall non- Â¬ HAZEL GREEN you are trying to wreck by your see the Einess cruelty Ask your neighbor whom sense bnt I I believe I cant come that night Mag Â¬ ghos of the Rocks las night an thets gie he said Ive got business to attend you accused of stealing your property what ails mo now Im a doomed nianj CHORD AND DISCORD to then but thunder theres your father just because you wished to injure him doctor a doomed man and John now as a team was seen ap Did you show any mercy or justice then The doctor who at that moment had his Ax felae as shred of the dappled sky In his excitement the specter had un- Â¬ back turned toward the bed seemed strug- Â¬ But say Maggie proaching the house WKh fifrlleate fola on fold ne went on quickly as tbo girl was hurry- - consciously raised his voice to a rather gling with some kind of emotion for the The spiral of smoke rose curling high IT your father will take back in ftWfllhigh key and now actually shook his fist hand that held the bottle shook so that he Oer the cottage sad coiled and rolled all he has said about me and give his con in the Majors face spilled part of the contents on the floor Ad fastened say gaze as I wandered by WJtfe the charm of a grace nntold sent youll not hesitate any longer but be For goodness sake spare me wailed He replaced the bottle in the case and my wife wont you the old man turned once more to the Major The woods were vivid with Junes lush And after giving a hurried assent for I would spare you on one condition Â¬ But surely the peddler or whats left of green the oldman had nearly reached the place continued the ghost if you would prom- him didnt hurt you did he I never The oak and the maple made the girl hastens up through the orchard ise solemnly but no vou would only lie heard of his doing the like of that before Tvith the tassels of fcombcr pines between and to the house which she reached just and What did he do And the wlIlow aIon the glade until late - Hazel Geeef Eermj wllJ walk for John is going to Mapleton and raising his long bony arm threaten Â¬ medicine case but we have a eood an- with the team and so he wont bo home ingly above his head Do you show that J thority for believing that there are such 49 Prof C E Monroe of A nanolis Md states that the ordinary The use of a warm knife in cutting hot bread which by the way should fruit acids such as those contained ia apples tomatoes rhubarb lemons etc never be cut as it is not lit to eat all act upon tin Some cider which ie will it is sad prevent the sodden ap Â¬ been pearance so familiar to those who are examined and which had 117 stored ia a tin fountain contained FOK THE CWfW O milligram ho foolish as to use hot bread N Y mes of metslic tin to the litre in solu- Â¬ Â¬ Examiner tion One case was given where per A dainty dish for breakfast or lunch sons eating fruit preserved in tin cans Or CHILLS ami FEYEB is made of slices of fresh crisp toast were made violently sick and tin only buttered very slightly On eacn slice was found in the fruiL AND ALL MALAMAL Di put salmon and cucumber or cold Tka iirsariaier f tUa meat and chutney sprinkle with pep- Â¬ How Palo Toa Are JMtlyelaiau Jscita pricityi mrallsw- per and wrap each slice in a lettuce is frequently the exclamation of one lady Hit vararite1kinhllc J to another The fact is not a pleasant oaa CEETADT SJXXDY aad fXUULXTIT lea that has been sjteeped in vinegar to have mentioned but still the act nay be ttl kanut Boston Globe asdTanr or Ckills aBaAwvl a kindly one for it sets the one addressed to A cement very much used at the thinking apprises her of the fact that she ecfsGrtacioBgKaaarBf Mjmmm mm j tar present day in China and Japan is is not in good health and leads her to seek tatirs WMtecx aacL Steai nub mawtOiu a reason therefor Pallor is almost always ttatwdawej to tie tnrtttf made from rice It is only necessary to Â¬ upon the first stages of m mm mix ricf flour intimately with waer attendant system is enfeebled consump- ttetiMM7katffrviitil tmtlmtiaimi tion The and the the rstiM srs atrietly ftUmwi and gently simmer the mixture over a blood is impoverished Dr Pierces Gold- Â¬ Mfc Iaagrsftt aaaay ciMMaaayitfc imm en Medical Discovery will act as a tonic clear fire when it readily forms a deli Â¬ upon tasKfctttler era and vfeatefiuBihM Chicago ished the system will enrich the impover cate and durable cement stag blood and restore roses to the cheek have tee esxwl fcy ttw ga TmW nitk ia r13w2rt feet TMteratifla c Mail feed- Â¬ A States Island school teacher has just In advocating the necessity of has christened taiateerif it nw k mtawAkiilk ing a cow surplus foods beyond the oth- launched a yacht which feeof birch dMMraTMksrtwa after tk itmnki Rattan It is a Eort sark er needs of the system a correspondent Brooklyn Eagle tejadMdaaMCT mimwiTTy ix fiBwrt of the Farmer Review says It is cal- Â¬ Special loagttaadiag mhc HauRy tM called to attention culated that nearly two thirds of all a tisement elsewhere is this paperthe adver- vill aet Tssira say ati ta XMy ttc in of Dr H cow eats is needed to sustain her exist- Â¬ H Green Sons of Atlanta Ga They gooaarasr wwua w piowt ence and all the profit comes from the make a specialty cf treating Dropsy and nTsira a etkartie sadkiaa after i its complications Their offer to furnish threserfeare oftte Tasie a feed not required for this purpose ter days Baked Eggs Break as many eggs directions treatment free by mail with full BfrOiTITKGITlllITlMILTPIUIMIt and guaranteeing radical relief as will be needed into a well buttered from the first dose of their medicine would Prie 3L0Mr Settle SixltfsteB fcr dish large or small according to the seem to indicate that they mean business and fairness They graduates of one take care that each egg of the oldest colleges are Georgia number of in is whole Sprinkle with pepper and salt SMITHS TOfiiC SYMfV and put a bit of butter on each yolk BULLS SAftSAPAMLLA There is an increased movement in boots Bake in the oven until the whites arc and shoes the trade says Evidently every BULLS WUf MSTMYHL set Then serve out on toast or alone body is going in for out door exercise The Popular Remedte ot ThejTare much better than fried cgs I Lot Her Better than Jllen Philadelphia Call Friadyal OSee 831 Safe St ZWTifTlXXI XT Well then why dont you do something For tea a paatable dish can be to bring back the roses to her cheeks and fixed of cold meat chopped very fine the light to her eyes Dont yon see she is hard boiled igss chopped with it over suffering from nervous debility the result A bottle of Dr it of female weakness this pour a dressing made of one c THE ONLY CZMIHMC will Pierces Favorite Prescription small piece of butter one half cup of brighten those pale cheeks and send new vinegar a teaspoonful of sugar all life through that wasting form If you cooked together and pour over the love her take heed the meat When it is well mixed and YociTG HOUssKiEPrs Are cold place spoonfuls of iton small let-Â¬ they succulent chops to butcher Butcher Kb tuce leaves nicely arranged upon a mum theyre mutton chops platter This with nice hot biscuit some fruit and coffee and bread and Bettek results are derived from Halls Bair Renewer than from any similar prep Â¬ is enough for any supper butter aration Chicago Journal If you suffer with chills and fever take The Great Blood Potato Soup Boil some potatoes Ayers Ague Cure It will cure you Tor tie Cora f aX Creaie CXB83K SHKXiTlH then rub them through a colander into good base burner lamp like a BtaGB TiOTS owbcxetw smsxix wnrrny n- Wnr is a saasauxis two quarts of hot milk skimmed milk good husband Because it never goes out 5ZT MSEASES fiJUTXi BUBMK fllllll will do very well have some finely at night SOWFCL1 8LB NIK SCSI JMKAMB dd both chopped parsley and onon ccxasr There is a Meaxs of Eradicating local tadwiys Sarsaparttlim with salt and pepper stew three fourths disease ot the skin that can be relied on of an hour then stir in a forg piece of viz G lenss Sulphur Soap Hills Hais Hnraors and Sores at all iiad wMmiasiJ chronic diseases of the skin are eard wa stmC butter and beat two eggs with a little ind TVhiskeb Dye Black or Brown 50c certainty- bra coarse of SADWATS SAJWAPA cold milk stir in quickly and serve with RILUAS wemeaaoowthnna sues tkat As attached couple that ar always sepa slated all other treaftnmr fried bread There should be potatoes shears enough to make the soup creamy A rating a pair of DIABETES CURED I IiorowAXA 3fo little meat stock is sometimes added to two weeks Fbazeu Attb Grease will last SR RAJrtTAT Vmr Shz I fcavo aeed alt ye the soup but it is hardly necessary to do all others two to three days Try it remedies with great success la praettoe aad taw Trax I fosnd favor TrtUi your KeseiveBt H ered imm it as it is so very good w thout pby4eiaaa Diabetes 1 All the worlds a stage but the fare ofdetected a after tkreemyurlse lahad gives jaoap cbaneu Is asr Boston Budget tr HOME AND FARM Sits To sail SUf - e-J FEVER and AGUE Jt And the braiding of sycamores pallid sheen A lattice of thine and shade A ripple of water faintly trilled Where a sparkle of light fell fair The Bcenr of the new mown meadow filled Each wf c of the dewy air And the winnowing gurgle of bine birds I31I11CU The coo or the dovea despair The symphony woven of shrbt and sound AltnnedSo the perfect dnv Chhic home tomyiensea liTterwound With merriment clear and cay Eur uuder a bank with sweet brier crowned abe children were at their play One tosse 1 In his hand a robins nest One snatched at the fledgelings three One mlml ked the heave of the mothers br ait As she moaned in the nearest tree jAnd another set h el with Jauhlng jest t pn the home of a bumble bee f lAicail ransliarsh from the cotfaze door Tiiey hoc cd not what whs said The porf ct accord no full before Had all In a moment fled Th t linrale of Xainre I heard no more Jnt the jar of the human Instead Mnrgorct I H I s J Preston in V Y Independent THE PEDDLERS GHOST How It Greatly Improved a Gruff Old Man CHAPTER I x K J h 7 Jones Hocks in Oakland are said to lie linunted yes haunted by a veritable gonuine ghost Years before so said tra- Â¬ dition a pack -- peddler had been murdered chased the Jones place and was al ready erecting it in defiance somewhere about here and his ghost pack of the phantom a house upon astonished the peddler and and alJ bad the somewhat unpleasant Major one morning by requesting the hand Some hard t habit of prowling around this particular of his daughter in marriage part of the country where his body was language had been made use of by the en- Â¬ said to have been buried This fact was raged Major during the interview and Toms language I am affirmed by the testimony of a large num- Â¬ rather more forcible thansorry to say was nolite ber of the natives of Oakland who either CHAPTER II knew some one who had seen the ghost or The following had come very near having that pleasure Lawrence took Saturday afternoon John his fathers horse and themselves All of which of course goes rbuggy and drove away down the road in to prove that there was a ghost The the direction of Mapleton where if rumor locality known as the Rocks was a spoke truly there lived a certain young barren waste on which nothing grew but lady to whom John was paying his at- Â¬ a few clumps of stunted bushes and was tentions an early supper the Major started After covered with huge broken and jagged for the Corners on foot Arrived there ledges which had the appearance of hav Â¬ and his business attended to it was dark ing been at some remote period hurle d when he dropped into Johnsons tavern just to hear the together by some party of gigantic on his homewardnews before starting journey There was carousers during a drunken spree quite a number of the loafers of the Cor- Â¬ Adjoining this place was the farm of old ners assembled in the bar room most of lajor Lawrence whose laud extended them old acquaintances of the Majors down the hill in the direction of Mapleton and more than onco the old man accepted and on into the valley below where close the invitation to jest step up Major an beside the stream which bore the euphoni- Â¬ taste the stuff From this it must not be ous titlt of Badgers creek were situated inferred that the Major was an habitual his house and numerous farm buildings drunkard for he was nothing of the kind Utrauge noises had been heard at the but in those days before prohibitory laws Hocks and strange sights seen sights had been established to indulge in an oc- Â¬ and sounds that no one could account for casional glass of liquor was not considered Strangers ilio were not supposed to know the disgrace that it is at the present day any thing about the place being haunted However the numerous tastes which bad been frightened half out of their wits Major had indulged in were not altogeth- Â¬ But old Major Lawrence always treated er without their effect and it is safe to say n ith scorn every story about any thing he was what might be termed slightly supernatural and ridiculed the idea of the elevated 4Rocks being haunted Yet strange to ay he very seldom was known to pass of I heered that somebody see the ghost the tother day that way himself after dark especially on Johnson Rocks filled the glassesremarked as he from a foot The Jlajor had he been a very long necked bottle weal by man would doubtless have been Ya as assented Old Tubus who kept called eccentric He was one of those men the grocerj storo at the Corners Bill who sem to consider teat their judgment Sykes I bliove wasnt it They say thet is infallible and consequently what they Bill see hit as he wuz goin bv the Rocks think or do is right who always want to an flopped hits hit jee overy man have a right to his opinion and thet him jet stood arms at provided that opinion exactly agrees with Heh all blamed nonsense ejaculated ki own At home he was a veritable mar- Â¬ thf Inior with a snort of derision ns lm tinet of whom his family particularly the j set down his empty glass Bill Sykes fommine portion of it stood greatly in never seed a ghos7 no moren 1 did bee awe but outsde of his family he was not j an owl like enough or somethin of that a bad sort of a man a men go so long as kind but yon kept the riht side of him His family thet feller you cant tell no more by what says than nothin biggest linr consisted of himself and wife a meek in three counties As fur ghoses auv fiet woman who scarcely dared sa3r her way there isnt no sech thing Taint ac soul was her own and a son and dauh cordin to nature All sheer humbug ler John the elder inherited enough of After which burst of eloquence the Ma Â¬ fathers nature to be rather self willed jor buttoned up his coat and set out for and independent but Maggie the daugh Â¬ home A he left the inn Tom White who ter was of a far different disposition and unobserved by lhe old man had been sit- Â¬ ws more like her mother ting the corner with It was a beautiful June afternoon and downinover his face left thehis hat drawn room the soft summer wind redolent with the a small bundle under his arm also with brushed Â¬ lrfnme of innumerable flowers ruf past the Major jted the surface of Badgers creek hurriedl The night was one of and disappeared those clear nd caused its surface to sparkle summer nights without a moon but just like myriads of tiny diamonds light enough to enable one to see objects as the sunlight glanced across it at a considerable distance and yet not Prom out in the meadow beyond came the light enough to see them very distinctly monotonous chirping of the Io usts and Although the Major as has been inti- Â¬ overhead in the apple tree numbers of lit Â¬ mated was feeling somewhat exhilarated tle birds were singing he was not at all unsteady in his But the beauty of this glorious June day yet and was stepping along at agait as pretty seemed altogether lost on a couple a good pace which soon put a good part of young man and maiden who were stand- Â¬ the distance to be traversed behind him ing at the lower end of Major Lawrences He passed Tom Whites place where the orchard and near the bank of the stream new house stood out white and spectral in The girl who was of medium size with faint blueejes and soft golden brown hair thehurriedlight With a gesture of disgust on he could not perhaps be called strictly beau Â¬ Blasted bheep stealin sneak he muttiful but was certainly very pretty and tered angrily The idee of the likes of was the embodiment of youth and health him n comWLround my place An when and freshness Her companion was a I cused hiitMtakin my sheep he tried broad shouldered athletic young fellow to shift off on Bill Svkes Said as how a few years her senior whose frank hon-es- -t hed lost some of hisn an somebody must face just now wore a look of mingled a taken them too Like enough begot anger and disgust- hungry and had ter hevsomethin ter eat 1 dont care if he is your father Mag git nothin else jest then an an Irie he- said nliickinira wild dalsv and bed couldnt some of his own ter kill PHIICwrely pulling it in pieces as if were an Major had not soliloquy During liCK Juagtliing against which he held a slackened this pace but the hurried on a had his lickeg him all the same little faster if any thing and had by its und upon was aiToll ifhjx and of course I conclusion reached the Rocks In spite Anrimra ito of all his brave talk back at the inn he in- Â¬ El lidiLin me to sneazc to vou acrain tell- - voluntarily stopped now and ran his eye ais mo tint I was unfit to associate with over the rocky waste as if half expecting his daughter at all and ordering me to to see some terrible sight As he gazed he never step foot inside hs house again beheld a tall stooping figure with a bur- Â¬ And then as if that was not enough to den on its shoulders comingfdirectly accuse me of stealing his sffoep toward the road It needed not jf second Ho ended the sentence with a sort of glance to take in the whole situation gasp hij face deathly pale from the pas- Â¬ gasped the old man Jerusalem sion that almost overpowered him his hair actuallv standing on end in his the girl said terror Dont Tom oh dont Its the peddler an hes arter entreat ngly laying her hand on his arm me You know he didnt mean it You know And he took to his heels and went down h was so carried hJ7V by his anger that the road at a speed that was truly appall- Â¬ bo didnt realize wlit he was saying He ing considering the unevenness of the way has lost a numler otvsbfeep lately stolen and the size of his enormous cowhide iy some one and it has troubled him a boots On ahead the road took a sudden groat deal turn swept around a huge ledge and ran And perhaps you tlnnk like your in a nearl3 straight line down the father that I did take thi sheen hesaid hill The Major turned this corner and Tou seem very ready started on the downward slope when sud- Â¬ simest savagely to take his parti denly a form enveloped in white sprang You know better Toml the girl said from behind the bushes and with some- Â¬ passionately You know I didnt mean thing that sounded suspiciously like an any suchhing oath darted in pursuit It resembled the And then womanlike she burst into ghost of tradition in its general make up tear but I am sorry to sa it didnt use the Toms mood instantly changed language of the conventional ghost that ne aia i if I am any judge Forgive me my darling 38tientJy I was a brute 1 know The infernal old fool he but the for presumably it was a ghostexclaiid speakmg se to you of the male ttocrajsafe f that f what he said gender what in the name of reason doe3 angry that I he mean by going that way And he m me Mtaaes hrUv tMv what J-- am savins But Mag- - seen me yet either Must have too hasnt much n oaamiefL and now all aboard voo much of old Johnsons tangle- Sse Mittle traee of eager bad fled from his face foot Why dont he let up a little Hes wibt matter- is if your father doesnt Wast theluck line me Surely e can trust me Why This latter exclamation which ended in cant yu be ray wife anyway and let somethiHg between a groan and a smoth- Â¬ howl was his striking his lesi Kay wliat ifcev Hke entreaty in bis ered against a stcaused bylay in the road of IJberewasa one that foot vow aad in ftbc aest tjrewn eyes which and which nearly threw him on his face MNe4 dwn isSe the tearful Mae ones be He recovered h nisei f however and for a an4 for zm tesaat the gui aesi f w steps ran on one foot Most extraor Â¬ 2Hte4 t site xciMaeL quickly for a ghost wasnt it But dinary 1 Tm fc vnada1 1 dare net nies then a xdact undertaken to chronicle I have he will yec preetsWv what transpired 1 can Hot omit Mfwi xstesdbmi y Tmax are A4voad yt- - urn tmvbaldened that yo wife this HBpleaaBt fat nor am 1 responsible m fee wih a SI ait y flmvofiaoshed beS4ng and for what hppeaed Major who still kept up All his time the at BBjp rtoutg Where oeeM we Mve bis breakneck seen was tearing down tue bis foot came in con Â¬ hiU wfean C rert- - y are tact with a Imm stone For an intant f Ssmtw lajg a4 Tau rathr latere was a cnfavd mixture of arms ttgggmmA few ftr jmoemeci way rfewiag legs smi boot followwl by a dull thud iin mur iw a Wr ymr fafcer aoM Ho jMrtiaBy nueos Wneolf and looked K ktw jnve Jms RMt 1 kmew nmd tic tfce Arst timo saw nfe pw vmmilBiks Baktog yuer s4 abas 1 us awrta yaa gauspod the torror Mipreyi money uuiii Vt Jtbe m ikitt sn a tteaw M m wftres tvar lrtiwrr H QjUre m on mmr BSPj8Wi m Take any Afclng I kev mnVy wnt kitl fcfx 5 5 OtrsKSS next sC e KC Ajh1 4o jmm Aaeorve wry jrcyf 4e jkscvim ni her cecLpatsjCgs1 speech a low hoftow volac tbo sfcott 1 as her father was removing his coat and No Ill promise any thing Only try He f ollered me for half a mile an then me gasped the Major despairingly bat in the kitchen knocked me down said the Major as usual Tom White and Maggie Lawrence had ready by this time to make any kind of a exaggerating the case so that it bore but a been schoolmates when children and from compromise What did you want me ter slight resemblance to the truth Arter the time when he had carried her lunch promise hed knocked me down he threatened basket for her on their way to school and That vou will do better in the future ter haunt me ez long ez I lived an had taken her part in all her childish Thatyouwill try to use your family more as ter kill me the nex time he ketched me troubles their affection for each other had a man should and that you will take back if if been mutual The Major and Toms father all that you have said against Tom Whiter If what demanded the doctor impa- Â¬ had been bitter enemies in years gone by and offer no more objection to your daugh- Â¬ tiently Be a little more explicit had both been suitors for the hand of the ters marrying him The sick man hesitated For somo time girl whom White had eventually won for It was a bitter pill for the old man to a fierce battle had been raging in his heart his wife and for this the Major had never swallow but he was driven to the wall if indeed the old fellowhad such an forgiven him But the senior White had I promise Ill do it he said article in his anatomy between his natpromise died when Tom was but a lad of seven And mind if you break that ural pig headedness and obstinacy and and so the Major did not see fit to trouble and the ghost raised his arm again men- Â¬ the fear of the threats of his terrible inter- Â¬ himself about the affairs of his late enemy acingly Ill not spare you the next time viewer of the night before and there was and was not awaro of the growing in- Â¬ Ill haunt you and some slight skirmishing still going on so The threat ended in a most unearthly to speak But although conscience that timacy between the boy and Maggie as the ghost after casting one ter- internal sense of right which usually is howl and they grew older But the young peoples love like the rified glance backward suddenly sprang present and taking an active part in bat- Â¬ spring chicken grew stronger as it grew to one side of the road and went headlong tles of this kind was in this case alto- Â¬ older and one day the Major awoke to a down the high bank which was covered gether in the back ground and taking no realizing sense of the state of affairs and with a growth of hazel bushes in a most part whatever in the contest still so great determined to out a stop to all such non- Â¬ undignified and certainly unghostly man- Â¬ was the fear of his ghostly enemy old sense at once Providence however saved ner Back in the road and outlined against mans mind that right was atin the tri- Â¬ last him the trouble Just at this timo Toms the sky there loomed up in the umphant full possession of a huge ghostly form the pack still field Tlie and had concluded to makethe mother had died and Tom had gone to Major a that strange land which seems to have no upon its back Mechanically the Major clean breast of it definite boundaries but is known as Out turned and looked up the road uttered one If I didnt take back what I said agin West After his departure the Major long despairing shriek and then lay mo- old Whites son he said desperately If though Tom tionless The teirors of the night com- Â¬ I didnt take it all back an give my con- Â¬ for breathed easier qualities of sent ter his mnrryin my darter of course was innocent so far bined with the stimulative wrong doings Johnsons tangiefoot was more than ho as his fathers And what did you say were concerned yet the Major such was could bear Fortunately for him he had Said I would his disposition could not tolerate the idea fainted Would give your consent most a extraor then And of one of the blasted Whites a hangin Yes Scarcely round arter a darter of hisn as he rather dinary thing took place Well to which shriek the the drew on hisremarked I the doctor as he elegantly expressed it Now in all prob- had gloves dont pretend to ability the danger of that was passed Major gave utterance and the howl of the spiritual adviser of any man butbe I one which were almost si- Â¬ caut see any other way than that for you But the Major for once reckoned without ghost number his host Tom whom fortune had favored multaneous died away whenthe phantom to get out of it to keep your word I to a small extent had returned to Oakland peddler and his phantam pack seemed to mean If you promised to do that and a year before my story opens bad pur- Â¬ be in a strange commotion from some the ghost let you off on that condition Â¬ Â¬ semi-darkne- ss a Â¬ as DR JOHN BULLS thDj m Â¬ DR RADWAYS Â¬ Sarsaparillian Resolvent 3 fm cause or other and the next moment the peddler in some mysterious manner had disappeared leaving his pack in the road behind him CHAPTER right I should say While if you refuse to well I cant say anything about t only Id rather it would be you than me why if you keep your word youll be all ls Â¬ -- jjrcka ir - w4 trary Just what passed between Dr Stone and Tom who was a great favorite with the doctor on their hurried three mile journey I can not say but as the doctor sprang from the buggy at Major La v rences door he turned to Tom with the jemartv tvVtfiat will be all right White Ill he ill I can nnd see that its carried if throujjatMedpossible No no danger at all he as Tom said something in alow tone it wont hurt him only do man Mandy Ive lived an onrightoous sort of life and I wish I could hev it ter live over agin IM do different How somever taint no use now And with a groan the Major turned his face to the wall Mrs Lawrence sobbed 0 Lifelet dont talk so joull kill me If John were only here she continued turning to Maggie who stood at the window he anxiously gazing down the road could go to the Corners for the doctor But dear me he aint and I dont know what we shall do Hes here now mother and Ill go and tell him said Mnggie and at that mo- Â¬ ment the sound of wheels was heard in the dooryard The girl flew down the steps and out into the yard and related what had happened as nearly as she could to the astonished John who waited only long enough to harness a fresh horse and then started for the Corners It was not vet sunrise and being Sunday morning no one had as yet been over that road between Major Law- Â¬ rences and the horseback John who was too busy with his own thoughts to pay any attention to what was going on was occa- Â¬ sionally urging his horse to greater speed when that animal with a snort of terror suddenly stopped and refused to go a step further Ahead in the road lay an object of some kindwhich a second glance showed to be a dead sheep As John spraug from the buggy to investigate matters Tom White made his appearance on the hill above began John and What in thunder then he caught sight of Tom Its let me see one ear notched and tother one slit why yes its yourn Tom But what in the name of General Jackson does it all mean Tom stood and looked on in a dazed sort of way for a moment and then a light seemed to break suddenly in upon his mind Bill Sykes he involuntarily exclaimed half aloud A bad sight Well of course its a bad sight specially when its your sheep But what dees it moan Must be one of mine that somebodys and then stolen said Tom sententiousl added But what bringsyou here so early in the morning John I thought you were in another direction Fathers sick got scared last night at something I guess at any rate hes sick now and Im going for Dr Stone Let me take the team and get the doctor and you go back home youll bo wanted there if your lathers so very sick and I he can go as well as not But John continued as John agreeing to this plan was about starting for home dont say any thing about finding this sheep will vou Ill explain it all to you some time but I cant just now Keep it dark and I think Ive got a plan by which to find the thief who has been taking off our sheep lately John gave the required promise and Tom drovo on to the Corners where ho found Dr Stone still in bed said the Why bless my soul Tom worthy doctor when he at last came to what the door still rubbing his eyes brings you here so early And old Law rencosoutfit too he added as the spied What does it mean the Majors team Who is sick It means doctor that Major Lawrence is sick verv sick they suy and I came They want over for you said Tom you right away aud so if you can go now Ill take you over with me and save time Theyll bring you back In just a minute Tom iu just a min Â¬ ute uid the doctor and ho disappeared within for a few moments and then came forth again equipped for the journey And so old Lawrence is nick in ho remarked the doctor as ho took his seat beside Tom What seems to be the trouble I didnt think he ever was sick thought he was too stubborn and con- Â¬ use Mnndy he said feebly when he had regained the tongue once use more of his I Im goin tor die I know had a warnin las night see the ghos of the Rocks an he warned me an I aint much longer to live Pvo been a wicked no Exactly how Major Lawrence reached give somo directions regarding his medi- Â¬ homo that night he could never tell He cine to Mrs Lawrence whom he met at had a faint recollection of crawling along the door as ho went out and then left for the road on all fours but the idea was very home A couple of days later all Oak Â¬ indistinct and shadowy land was thrown into a state of astonish- Â¬ Somewhere along in the wee sma hours ment by the circulation of two stories ayant the twal good Mrs Lawrence was which subsequently proved to bfi true awakened by hearing a strange noise in the The first of these was that Bill Sykes and front room and going to investigate dis- Â¬ his family were missing had disappeared covered her lord and master still arrayed bag and baggage in some mysterious in all his outer habiliments boots and all manner without leaving any clue to the stretched out on the sofa iu an uncon- Â¬ direction they had taken in their flight scious state The second and this was much more asÂ¬ III thats all Puriftr I And the doctor stopped long enough to WWW iinhmf - Taint tounding than the other was to the effect that Major Lawrence evidently repenting of some of his former misdeeds had sent for Tom Whito and apologized for the way that he had heretofore treated him AnJ they do say remarked Miss Bea zlo to Mrs Deacon Pringle who was a particular crony of hers and whom she had visited that morning for the express purpose of imparting this delectable bit of gossip they do saj as how the Major arter pologizing to Tom give his consent an that Tom an Maggie air to bo jined in the bounds of matrimony nex fall Surely Kingdom como cant be fur off I exclaimed her astonished listener when Lifelet Lawrence willful as hes alius ben sees fit fur to do a thing like that But Im glad fur the young folks fur Tom an Maggie An moreover wont on Miss Beazle thev say as how the Major see a ghost last Saturday night as hewascomin from the Corners an was skeered his end was nigh as the poet says an so pented of what hed said Like enough Selina assented Mrs like enough that air was the Pringle case I alius knowed it would take suthin moren an airthly power to subdoogate the Major as it were an make him act A II Davidson in like other folks ttallous Haaazine EARLY COACHING DAYS Hit roduetlon of Coaches Into Kngluml Copies of Old Coach Bills does not suit every body HOME MARKETS Relief is immediate and a cure sure Pisos Remedy for Catarrh 50 cents Â¬ Previous to the introduction of journeys jtvere performed on horseback or by pofl chaise and gooda were carried by pack horses Stow says that the Earl of Arundel introduced coaches into England about 1580 but some give the honor to Boonen a Dutchman who is said to have iibed this class of vehicle as early as 1564 coaches These coaches however were for pri- Â¬ vate use and it was not until 1625 that they were let for hire at the principal inns In 1637 there were fifty hacKney coaches in London and Westminster and soon after stage coaches came hrto general use Here is a copy of an old York Four coach bill of that date Dayes tage-coach begins on Monday the 18th of March 1678 All persons that are desirous to pass from London to York or return from York to Lon- Â¬ don or any other place on that road let them repair to the Black Swan in Holborn in London and the Black in Cony street in York Swan which places both the At may be received in a slagc coach every Monday Wednesday and Friday which performs the whole journey in Four Days if Jod permit and sets forth by Six in the morning And returns from Yor to Doncaster in a Forenoon to Newark in a Day and a Half to Stam- Â¬ ford in Two Days and from Stamford Near Â¬ to London in Two Days more ly on hundred ears after the coaches and the fast were called machines while to con- Â¬ ones Hying machines tinue the metaphor one man thus ad vertises his coach Pruens Machine will begin flying as follows Hereford Machine in a day and a half twice a week sets out from the Bedstreak treo Inn in Hereford Tuesday and Thurs- Â¬ day mornings at 7 oclock and from Lad the Swan with Two Necks Lane London every Monday and Wed Â¬ nesday evenings Insides Jjl outsides half price During Jan 5 1775 these palmy days they hadjnot the good macadamizedjroads that we now en- Â¬ In winter the roads were often so joy bad that the coaches could not run but were laid up like ships during an If the roads were arctic frost deiined at allit was most frequently by ditches into which many a luckless out- Â¬ sider has been thrown by the numerous Iu many coach accidents of the period places there was no road boundary at all for we read that Ralph Thoresby the an tiquary lost his wa between l ork and Doncaster and the diarist Pcpys be- Â¬ tween Newburv and Kcadinsr A writer in 1770 thus speal3 of the Lancashire roads I know not in the whole range of lauguage terms sufficiently -S- Whkx is an umbrella like perspiration Proprietors ofXadway Xea4yXeltaae When it passes through the pores 2r Xadwayi JPUla An excellent home market for his pro Â¬ duce may be made by any one who will If yon have catarrh use the surest reme special attention to the quality of dy Dr Sages give the products made on his farm The As itching for notoriety is not enougl to secure a nitch in the temple of Fame farmer who is well known to the people of the nearest village as one who pays special attention to all the necessary tie r tails for supplying only the best will Specialists for Eleven Years Pas soon find himself burdened with more Ha rc treated Dropsy aad Its coracatieMTrMfeMM orders than he can fill and when such a most wonderful succeasae Tegetaele reaaedtea eg-wTCiy wuuiicH bcatuyo au ajtatnomi at mwyj is reputation is once gained there will be Cure patleats proeoaaeed hopeless fey the test of no difficulty in securing good prices nor physicians need there be fear of opposition as the From the first dose t ne symptoms rasMiy disaseeatv and In tea days at ieaat two thirds ot nil sjaMteau are buyers arc always ready and willing to reciored WILL CURE Some may cry hambnjr vitbost law wlsg- aatatey pay for a good article when the have y as asy tiisff ts aboat it Remember is does sot HEADACHE implicit confidence in the producer The realize the merits cf oar treataieHtforyosrsefe la tea days the difficulty of breathfn Is confidence is the secret of success The INDIGESTION paliereenlarths urinary orgaas made reaered the te iHimshhiw first thing to do - to teach the purchasers their fall duty sleep Is restored the awetllsa-- aK er BILIOUSNESS nearly pone the atreagth Increased aad aaMCMesMas that even wIkmi you have the opportu Â¬ DYSPEPSIA eood We are constaatly curiae cases e4iesc3tead- inr cases that harebeeaUopee - n milltirrrf Msnr nity for so doing you will take no ad Â¬ and the patl eat declared unable to are a wseJo NERVOUS PROSTRATION vantage of them and that what you fail history of case Kama sex bow kmg- aaKeted how badly sroUen andwhere are ooweia costfve aara guarantee may be relied upon In this MALARIA len barsted and dripped water Sead free Mst-pblet containing testlmoalals eaestloasfar ate manner of doing business a mutual ben Â¬ CHILLS and FEVERS days treatmeat furnished free by ataH Tea i efit will rc mlt to both parties Oleomar Â¬ XpIIepvy flta poaUtvely eared TIRED FEELING If yoa order trial send le cents Is staatM teee garine or butterine will be no obstacle in posuge H H OJCEEX Jt SOAS X Jse GENERAL DEBILITY the way of one whom the purchasers 250H Marietta St Atlaata Ca have confidence and they will not find PAIN in the BACK SIDES objections should a proper compensa IMPURE BLOOD tionbe required for the really mritori CONSTIPATION ous njrticlc FEMALE INFIRMITIES At the repent New York show here were exhibts of eggs for the table RHEUMATISM 0mBKteBr 0JIs the finest toned and moat durable Among the rules observed in secu ing NEURALGIA In the world Warraated te staad la aay eWaate Aj such ogs were that no orr should be jour nearest dealer for them Uteitmed aatatoiwea AND LIVER KIDNEY mailed free by the mannfactorer kept on the farm longer than the next LYON HEALY1S2STATcSTCmcM kj TROUBLES laid and no stale cgs day after it was A circular was FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS as neat egg were itcd The Genuine has Trade Mark and crossed Ksd printed enlighteninir buyers in regard lines on wrapper the difference in quality between a fresh-ly-la- d Waea I say cara 1 da not mesa TAKE NO OTHER and one that was stale and aUaaaadteaaarataataretara agate I me a ras Â¬ t cal ear bare mate taa tUacaas of 7IXS SiSkMMT ASK FOK THE or FALUSO SICSMX39 a Ilfe lsag aady I waanwtanr every endeavor was made to assure the needy to care ttsa worst cams-- Hwrawe own buyer that only the fresh newly laid taltod is so reaaea turataorraeMylagaewn jaa4a oae for a treaUae and a Tt Bettte of y laMHM pgrrr were sold Th con equence is rasedy 61t Sxpraaa mma Peat CHKea 24 TC1 v ou w nob aeUiIiirferatrUI aadlwlUcaro yeu that the party who engages in the busi Â¬ every luuciwarrantedvti ufc C4uata kj r w stamped pair li Take none nnless IddraBrHQ3WXlwrrtat3HwMiU TV L Warranted Congrea ness ells his egfjs for sixty cents a unixon Douglas f3C0 Shoeumic ana Lace isnys 3000 Agents Wanted forttolfeirileeit dozen when others do not realize for the W I Donglaa Same twenty cent- - although eggs are sold S300 Shoo If yon styles as GXABSTOHS cannot 787 M lhe 300 Shoe equalfy as good as those he brings to cet tnese snoes irom a eat Â¬ ers send address on postal THE Of market but us he does not buy oggz card to W L Douglas CCosnioit iJJh and collects them on his farm only the Brockton Mass m purchasers have confidence in him and and the a a inathaSrlt pav him accordingly the leaders This is no fancy sketch but is actual- A inieressriearuinarataaaaiafitanrnctfnnamf ply quickly to HC8AK XRWsranaal iatl 4 ly a daily occurrence and as is the case with eggs so with milk butler dVYEEKS SCALE WORKS WW cheese fruit poultry and vegetables oo The best articles will always sell and realize high prces and he who deter Â¬ SCHOENHAXS mines to produce only that of first i t wm a quality will find his customers ready 2Z RENAISSANCE SOAP and willing to eneourage him Farm OO MKW M mi rmmmr Tr WEEKS MAaurACluama Field and Stockman Copyright Secured n a Why Kcully Good Kami Produce Will Al Â¬ ways Sell at High lricc- - the ftrac dose and three SottiMesredaHt TH06 G PA63E Yoar 2rlad Areiaedyeoapesed o lagredieate eC aerttaentf nary medical properstea csaenttnlte ygrtfyheat repair and Invigorate the broluM dowa adinuM body Sold by all druggist R a kettle les BROWNS IRON BITTERS DROFSY ct - - m i- - I CURE X FiTl - W L DOUGLAS jt -- PAR1I2XI Ml Striate Â¬ BLOOD WILL TELL i ei lfea t -- - bl ad nil rm at i wag iidly ii ist-- bk him good He needs to be taken down a peg or two tie took his medicine case which Tom handed to him and entered the house In the hall he met Maggie and stopped to speak to her for a moment and teen en- Â¬ tered the room where the Major lay still silent and moti mless his wife sitting by the bedside weeping The doctor said something in an undertone to Mrs Law- Â¬ rence who got up and left the room and he was alone with his patient Do you believe iu apewite doctor asked the sick man feebly after the doctor had gone throngh with the usual formula of exmeiaint the tongue frol iagtfeepttle rjkI asking the ettotemnry qaosaions Yos I de i I mB4 olomaly in the and than he atoa stto voce kind tfeatf 5 Uotttetl I eant any tfea t I rvar snw one mysolf he oontfnund alond as oompowntl front ho aosan mixing up home little bottlac which ha took from hi said Um doetor pointing The likeliest looking bull JC LienTHocsxRocseatefXx WllUm JNvJ IHwrmmnsJCiXmaJLjmmmm Plsos TKvmtST for Catarrh te ir cow may breed the most un Ba Eaalet to Use asd GKapeat likely calf and right here comes UaeaagCTOifcrtaghawwfjfuin Win ki in another point that is almo t as deceptive as judging the an mal a uavuww aAU wholly on its individual merits The Also rood for Cold is tfc B4 Headache XarTTarc aetata young mav not give any ure indication EDTJCATX02TJLL bf what they will ultimately dexelop into An ungainly scrawny looking -Sewing machmes of UF n CT7 t yTn Let me most M riously caution all calf may develop into one of the mo t WrnotedflTTera PBoBtnl J jtm SKYareirraS KTfmhimi ja f d Ired B7 direct aad ar t IS travelers who may aociwn tally propose beautiful and valuable of animals while tn XXL Orzaas srtTn crradnou Writ for TKZX to travel this terrible country to avoid an admirably woll formed and pleasing moruli from trrcircular wit Jjnawtf- ry Stat BWK it as they would a pestilence for a looking calf may grow up to be an obÂ¬ IMTOE AfX- - a W XearSCCatea9 thousand to one they break their necks ject of sore disappointment Instead MmmmjiLrtZ-1 taaaTJaVaifcaiiiitiii or their limbs by overthrows or break of preserving its regular proportons aad Jacra ings down a thev will here meet with it may fill out in a mo t unaccountably aed Peatla f4 W 1K tar s3rUsc3 j Uioecaia ersa w X WVcCOSlCCZ OJretreslarsaaiclaaesSCa rut which I actually nMMmred four aagu la r shape Hare appnren t i ud i v I feet deep and floating wit mad in uaf merit again fail to be a 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