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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r rV - --v - - r lVj r v s ix I TTTT Owner and Editor JrlAZEL ON A I -- V Green jSTEWS H jB vwr i 1 ATlOS 1 iy rvxA il 1 i - 1 FENCER COOPER THE BQEBAiD OF A 1SOJSY WOULD WITH JTROir A17L 100 A YEAR Wwtyi VOLUME IL HAZEL GJBEEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER did him good and he behaved well liv LOCOMOTIVE ing economically and taking a Avarm in Thrilling Experience of n Traveling Man terest in the Avelfare of his people While Kidltigr With the JinRineor AVitlj proper ndyisers Kalakaua might I suppose said a reporter to a naveeinaineuamoue monarch but lie Chambers street hardware salesman a suffered from fhfj influence of evil counfliodest man of about thrty eight sum- Â¬ selors adventurers avIio took office unmers that in the couro of your career der -him merely to further their private endswho as a traveling man you have narrowly Avhich and could suggested many ways in ho legally divert the public escaped instant death several hundred fundsginto- his own pocket jOnoofhis times early attempts was to seize - the 4Xb sir he continued emphatic-Â¬ fees Avhich reverted to the crown for although X have been twenty certain duties performed by officers of ally He wts years on the road of serious accidents the Interior Department greatly incensed Avhen the honest head I have known very feAV I had one of this department refused to deliver up rather thrilling experience coming out thesefees and declared that they were of Chicago once in a long train of four- Â¬ public moueys The King has been teen cars filled with sufferers after the liberally provided for as well as most second fire We were sweeping across of his family yet he is always in straito the prairie at the rate of thirty live for cash lie is given 50000 every miles an hour when a coupling broke Iavo years for the prn ate purse 20000 between the second baggage ear and a year for palace expenses 10000 for The engineer felt the the Queen and a like sum for Mr i John the smoker shock aud looking back saAV the Dominis the Kings sister and the Avife trouble He gave a Avilk shriek on his of the GoAcrnor of Oalm Manl the whistle for down brakes threw wide Governor hmself receiving 7200 open the throttle and sped aAvay down Another sister of the King Mrs Archie 12000 and ner the track as if the furies were after Cleghorn receives him The conductor happened to he daughter 5000 In addition to these sitting just in front of me at the time generous allowances for it must be ro He opened the windoAV at the locomo- Â¬ membered that thd annual expanses oJ tives screech looked out but instantly a native arenot more than S50 as he drew m his head and dropping his lives mainly on poi and raw fish the it was at night lighted lantern King was allowed 818000 by the Legis in the aisle brac- Â¬ lature for the palace stables4- - This sum up stood two op- Â¬ he used to build a private stable wlrch himself between ing posite seats I tell you the chalky white Â¬ he stocked Avith horses and ten hacks ness of his face Avas reflected in every which he hired out to be run in opposicountenance in the car There was no tion to the regular carriage companies outcry but everybod clutched some- in Hoioulu Besides all these sources oi thing and waited for the shock It reAcnue the King receives a jearly never came We ran along for two or rental of not less than 100000 from three minutes which seemed intermina- Â¬ the crown land which comprise some ble and then the train began to of the best sugar estates on the islands answer the- - steady pull on the brakes The opposition party in the Legislature and finally came to a halt Every man have tried for severhl years to compel Avas out of the car Avhile the wheels Avere the King to disclose the exact sum Avhich still spinning at a lively gait It Avas he receives from these crown lands bright moonlight and we could see the hut without succcess track stretching ahead in a straight line With all this money Kalakaua is perÂ¬ but of the engine ennially in debt When he took the for a long distance and forward cars there was n6t a trace famous trip around the world he brought They were miles ahead and the engineer in a bill for 22500 which was paid was in no hurry to slacken speed You Avith some grumbling by the Legisla- Â¬ see it was down grade and you cant ture When the coronation avjis problame a man for wanting to keep well jected an allowance of 10000 Avas out of the way of a dozen loaded cars made Avith the provision that if this thundering after him We had time to sum was exceeddd it should come out see about all there Avasof that particular of the Kings privy purse The lavish 10000 moon lit prairie landscape before our coronation ceremonies cost engine took us in tow again but no- and the sum had to be paid as tho body complained you can guess That privy purse was empty and the King engineers quick judgment and prompt himself so deeply in debt that action averted a big Avreck for the credit of the Kingdom L0OOn Another time when my hair refused the Legislature voted him to retain its normal position and rose to sat sfy the most pressing of Ins at right angles with my scalp was an creditors What bee mies of the large occurrence on the Erie road I had sums received by Kalakaua is a mystery menaged to get on the engine a- - a novel Avhich no one has yet soh ed He has no experience I first discovered that the more idea of the value of money than motion Avas really appalling The en- Â¬ had Ludwig of Bavaria He has few gine throbbed and trembled as it ran expensive tastes but he has one strong rocking and plunging on the rails as if passon Avhich freely indulged dran every moment it would leave tncm liim of all his coin This is gamblng The din too was frightful The fire- Â¬ The Hawaiian are as fond of all games man aud engineer yelled at each other of chance as the North American InAvhenever they attempted to speak dian aiuHhe King is sa d Jo bono mean which was notroften andl simply could hand at our great National game of not gather my Aoice in sullicient poker flwiohdiL Letter overcome that pandemoniunijof Â¬ 15 1886 READING FOR NUMBER 2 CHILDREN PITH AND POINT A traveler recently returned t lodje5 in short the other work earn on anavcrage about the same with the aid jlttHvtn tb world is at its ogt of her machines The shirts when all avails maaroAefct refrortied with rost fcdoue but liaishinir require four rus- W m tue poets sny sets six bnttonholes anu five buttons and this nitssioetasalicsason te3 j fjuantities work is sriven out in larsre each f utfSthroatoa blnl to women in tenement houses 3 i4ffVKi c lnchorSa lull jtati stroc- They are paid for the common ones A ilrttlast2vet3artlL seven cents a dozen shirts and for the Aida wnthe air 1b cool ana clear finest fsliirts nine to nine and a half 3Scigit is thaeliy oerhend cents a dozen shirts jforty eight gus- Â¬ Tfcsh young and fair all things appear sets sixty buttons and seventy hvo Or so Ive heard It eaJd buttonholes And nien lose patiecce TliISHavlng ulanse I have to keep when the buttons fly off Finishing ar KepcatlDp for yon see 3lt dawn Im ntwayis bound asleep I is about as bad Ths rneusdrawcES And always hope to be work is of necessity done in the most 0mcrfl Journal rapid manner and the buttons are ready to fall off thefirst time they fQ STITCH STITCH STITCH buttoned but if these joor women were to stop to make each secure for all time they would have to go hungry Poor Women Who Faithfully Sew The rent is the heavy expense of these workers and the only way they can live Their Own Shrouds M T is to club together en fmmlle or among friends and thus reduce their rent -- Prices Received by Tuilors for Theitr The cost of muslin three yards Goods and by Seaxmslrvssos Tor Their and half a yard of linen and buttons Work Clubbing Together and Uv- and thread enough to mke one of the Iny on Three Dollars a Week finest quality of mens shirk is about fifty five cents and the cost of making As a rule seamstresses on mens wear it as hey are now given out is about sell twelve cents each receive the least pay according to the for from 150 to Theyapieceat retail The 2 fineness of the work and the extreme cheaper grades cost less formalin No cajelhestowed upon it though work on linen is used and the price of labor is 60nieiwqu3ens garments isll enough less so that it is plain that the manujpaid The large tailor and manufactur Â¬ facturers do not losianouey on them retail shirt ing establishments give an their work Little boys7 percale each waists they at seventy five cents and outside and it is curiously divided up difficult articles to make Each isare tc Some women receive those parts that have ten buttonholes thirteen buttons lequire special basting The cutter cuts and triple collar and cuffs The price ontgso many coats and with them all paid for thee is ninety cents a dozen linings buckram and velvet which are all finished with pleats in front and necessary and these are graded in a back It takes two yards of percale at fifteen cents per yard to make one methodical manner and each size placed Little boys pants which are nicely bVitself In some cases men do the made and which have each eleven iBtitelung of the seams but generally strong buttonholes and en buttons - women do that Then they are all three pockets and a double band at thd given to the pressors and then to the wait are paid for at nine and ten cents pair in a and some hasters From thorn they go to the a pair few more finish four and her A widow day linecK after which they are sent io the daughter work with a machine and niehers and buttonhole makers They make these little pants They can hard reafterward given to those who sew ly live andpay their rent and buj- - food on the buttons and then others take out Every litte while there is no work and the bastings after which the prossers they live npou their wretched savings again have them and finally the inÂ¬ until that is gone and then they must spector orders the tickets and little silk sell or pawn something and Heaven patch with the firms name sewn on knows they seem to have little to spare v Thus ten persons work on each coat Mens pantaloons are given out in TSacli part of Avork is done oh a dozen immense quantities and of every qual- Â¬ coats and each dozen as soon as finished ity and they go into the very poorest is fagtenad together and returned and most miserable localities where it IVhen the work is returned it is in- - would seem like a risk to send a decent spected and if the least imperfection is garment let alone a pile of a dozen discerned the mistake must be rectified And yet they are always safe and ahvay The cutter and inspector are well paid returned properly and promptly It but those who do the work piecemeal makes no difference to the makers of only earn about thirty five or forty these garments whether they get the cents a day working constantly and work from the manufacturer direct or givjngf half a day to take the work and j from a contractor as the pav i about get wuTti on one tenement uoase jives the same The price varies from nine a wbsan who supports herself and cents a pair fo twenty five for the very three small children by finishing gen- - finest At the last price a really good tJenjenTs fine overcoats She hems the workman can earn sventy five cents a satin linings and sewg in the sleeve lin day of twelve hour more if she has a ingg anal the velvet collar and puts in little girl to help her in the pressing several stays in all setting from eight One of the saddest sights in all the city - to ten thousand stitches on each and is that of an aged couple who slave from earns at inost thir five cents a day rmorning till night to earn a subsistence Out of this she pays 5 a month for on fine tailor work They are both too Tent She works Sundays too She old to have to Avork and yet they toil t igends her babies to a kindergarten ceaselessly to keep a shelter over their fwhere they arefed but in the summer heads and to live independently and to- tue school is closed and how she lives Totlnr Iheir little nom of one room s and keeps thenim clothes andfirenone and an aleoe for a h d is clean and or- Â¬ But those who live in the same way derly though evorything is Aery pOr k laiow Just now another woman with In one house is a Avidow who supports oncchUdis sharing her room and her herself bv finishing shirt- - and drawers rent which relieves her a little The and in ansVer to aqucry as to how she work irbra has a fac- - managed she told a story that has but inan she obtainstailoring establishment too many like it She earns on an icry also a fine rhnd the class of work those women do age the year round two dollars aor and overcoats which cost forty iiordollars-- Allowing each of the and seventy five cents a Aveek She pays five fifty ten dollars and twenty five cents a month for workers on each coat ten cents rent but a young g rl who woiks in a for wjiat she does and the cutter saddlery factory pay her 2 25 a week and inspector each fifty Cents the for board and sleeps with her The cost of making a mans fine overcoat room was bare of eAery thing avo two is about two dollars Many mauufact- - Ul flLO U VfV V rw iUiiv urers give all their work to contractorsstove a lamp a bed and a few d shes after it is cut out and they in turn- - give and pots anu Kettles lie iioor was iioui in sman parcels to tue poor wom bare butshe said she had some parpet n whoido it and to make money theni- - Avhich fhe saAetl for winter She has a sSlvesgrind them down to the very Ioav ewing machine which she rents for ust figure -- Other -- con tractors take in twenty five cents a week and o it helps large quantities of work and then hire her to pay her wash bill She savs she hands in their own work room and sot j prefers shirt finishing because it re them to work there When the work quires no thought nor care it has berequires machine stitching they allow come mechanical and it Jeaws her the girls the use of machines charging mind free to plan her expenses and to them ofluuch a lay for theuseof them think how to get the mol rourishing and they pay by the piece always Some food for her money and she Is not unof the Avork is of the cheapest quality happy But it is rarely that am one 4ahdSonie of it again of the richest and has tiie ability and forethought to reru- finest hut however it is the girls pay late her expenses as does this woman remains about the same just enough to Besides the majority of Avomeu avIio keep body and soul together while livÂ¬ Avork for a pittance have children and ing in the most squalid manner There with them there is no chance to thhik sige immense quantities of this work or to make rules as to opeuos or fol- Â¬ doneinlhe poorer houses in the city by low them Yery many women whose themothers of families who can not husbands work in the laborious and leave their little children In cases of least paid callings take in rouh sewing contagions diseases theAvork goes on to help along in their household expenses just the same and the germs of sick- Â¬ or in providing clothes and shoes ness can he carried jn the fine coat of and of course their earnings aro very the society man Where the girls or small still they worK as haid women can leave and go into stores or as they can In two places Averc factories they haTe a chance to earn two women working with all their more money but on tailoring the pay is might upon ladies silk nutrs Tlie e era am small are given outmncut one yard of mate There are several places where shrewd rial making lust one dozen pair ac men have bought up numbers of old cording to a pattern furnished The sewing machines and these they either thumb pieces Avere already cut Ine who to j ent or sell paythoseworx have none and material is a soft pliable silk quite dlh- ror an ola cult to cut unless you haATe an extra in taKcmeir machine not worth 10 they Avill make good pair of scssors and even then it these unfortunate poor pay from S30 to will take half an hour to cut them out S in work at starvation prices The and adjust the thumb pieces to the work they give is usually mens com- Â¬ propel place They arc sewn on a mamon dnvvvers and overalls and jumpers chine and the thumb has two rows of as Avell as the commonest calico shirts stitching For these the manufacturers And they earn the gratitude ol these un- - pay five cents a dozen pars They sell fortunate women by only retaining half at one dollar per par at retail An ex- Â¬ the price of the work toward the pay- - pert worker can make one dozen pars nient of these machines each week f after they are cut out and finish tiieni - Sometimes it takes two years to pay for in two hours live cants for two hours ra ramshackle old machine that these and a halfs Avork The only thing in men haAe hough t up for a few dollars its favor is that it is light and can be and by the time they get it paid for it is done at home Mens white percale good for nothing at all Mens shirts neckties are pad for at thirtv five cents re sometimes made by giving out lots a gross twelve do en and few indeed of a dozen or so to those who can make can make tAvo gross a dav Handker ihern complete but generally they are chiefs for ordinary use are paid for at given out piecemeal For instance a the rate of from tAventy to twenty eight Gozen pairs of wristbands and those lit nts per gross for plain hemmed ones flaps Avhich go at the bottom of the Hemstitched ones of course are paid te hosoms the yokes and then the sleeves for a little better The result seems to and hands together and finally the be always the same Just enough pay bosom then the hody and at for slavish toil to keep body and soil to- the finishing off The swiftÂ¬ ether in one frail tenement N Y est and neatest sewer on bands and fail and Express ma- BL with the aid of a first class cents chirc c make at home about 50 Xhe isgtet i wiyonung to waKid ine hmnbug J9 slujuia bgmrs al Uv Jro M ftC ist the fells Tk5 8feK -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE DAIRY The average yield of butter in fair to good dairies of fifty cows or over is one hundred and seventy five to two hundred pounds a cow in very good dairies tAvo hundred and fifty and a dairy which reaches the high average yield of three hundred pounds is rare in our best butter sections Montreal When butter is kept in tubs or Aessels it must be packed as closely as possible and no interstices or vacant spaces left for the butter quickly spoils around these interstices and the evil spreads through the Avhole tub In large establishments it is con- Â¬ sidered essential that a tub be filled with butter made all in one day Field and Farm It is true public creameries pro-Â¬ duce good butter That the average public creamery butter is better than a one will freat deal of farm butter no grade of But that the highest butter selling for the best prices is produced on farm dairies one can be convinced by visiting the Philadelphia market Avhere butter in prints from the best dairies within a few miles of the Quaker City sells for fabulous Witness - earthen 0H -- -- orices Philadelphia Record Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- i I Â¬ vol-ume-- to Cauon Bagot recommends twelve Rnd a half total solids and three per cent of fat for a legal standard for Great Britain We are inclined to think he is about one per cent too high Eleven aud a half is high enough to give good merchantable milk and any higher standard Avill always be the causes of contention between honest dairymen and the law If good sense and fairness do not support such a laAv then all the police in the world can not enforce it in England or America We obey the law but it must be sensible Americun Dairyman The full cream cheese district of Wisconsin extends from a few miles north of Milwaukee along the shore of Lake Michigan to Green Bay and reaches Jutland some forty miles It is noted for its fine product of cheese due to coolness of climate and to the fact that the making of skim cheese never obtained much foothold in it Most of the factories about five hundred in number are small owned and operated by Germans There arc few creameries Western Mural Probaby there arc thousands and ten thousands yet who are maknr butter during hot summer da s Hi I jetting a very much reduced yield of outter per one hundred pounds of milk occause of early souring of the milk tvho impute the lossHjo poverty in the oiilk and do not know they could oring the yield right up the very next shunting if they had ice or Aery cold tvater with which to cool the milk as jooii as it comes from the cows The ruth is the fat is in the milk and cant rise after acidity sets in and is lost to the churn and is only beneficial in a nnall way to the pigs Millions are lost jvery year for the want of cold water 5r ice to keep the milk sweet until the at gets out Hoards Dairyman ive sound IMPROVED DAIRYING How V Â¬ 1 Â¬ about six oclock of a It We were late November evening climbing the mountain and the grade s Avas heavy and the curve many Ave thundered along comparatively slow Ii could sec hugerockstowering ciose to the track on one s7k Avhile from the lincmc flioii- - lrrtlic liiillliill nflmi awned Tawayj It wasnt in gloom ami the outlook forward cheerful wasnt much better Ihc first time I strained my eyes ahead Idrcw bnck with l sudden starC and clutchedfthe window frame Avith both hands expect Â¬ ing my hour had pome To my unini tiatedeyesthere lay apparently between the rails a huge bowlder of whitish rock against wh eh Ave must instantly and after bii avc didnt crash discover tludr we waiting Jo were only thrashing t around in the usual way I took courage to look aga n The fireman avxis stolidly feeding the insatiate furnace Avith tons of coal I looked at the engineer he Avas out on the engine with his oil can stepping along as composedly and easily as if he were walking a country turnpike then I looked ahead We had just rounded a curve and at the end of the stretch of track before us 1 saw a lot of lights some on the track and some moving The sight startled me and alongside toiiched the fireman ponting through I He looked quickly then the wndow seize 1 the rope and blew a short sharp blast on the whittle The engineer heard glanced doAvn the track then sprang inside to the lever which he reversed with all his might Meantime the fireman on one side and I on the other were on the lower step ready to swing off at the la t moment The engineer eized my shoulder and tried to pull me back but I jumped just a the engine crushed into the caboose of a freight train which too long for the siding had tailed over on the wain track My - etra second or twojof warning had buen of immense valuv our tram had slowed up enough to make the shock a slight one The passengers got nothing more than a good shaking up and only the caJOOe X was smashed on the freight train Y Times was dark li-lÂ¬ FEMININE FANCIES x green Butter yellow is a favorite shade with brown tlnseaspn j Leather coloncfan bjnvpntwith almost J am combinat on fI Grenadines liavjefdesigns emoroi idJred 4 b hand iiuilosssilk Kbck crystal is in hTghtfavoriorlpi n v i pendants and loekets- Ginghams are made up Avith accessories of heavy cotton lace Parasols now correspond to the bonnet in color and trimming Wild bachelors button isi fashiona Tjle flower for millinen purposes White corduroy make a very prettj vest to wear with stuff costumes Artificial fruits are much used in the decoration of garden hat Tailor made dresses of white pique are being worn this summer Tins autumn all the browns are to shade to yellow rather than red Avitli T Fashions lor Vulv Women for thevSim f mer ami Al inm JjViisniiH Violet is muchAvorn Avith gray Frizzled short hair is not good form Dude collars for young ladies aro -higherthamevor All the grays this failure lobe linged qr Â¬ Â¬ gloves have chenille figures in bright colors embroidered on tho arms Cashmere camels hair serjge and surah are used for traveling costumes ash pins and slides are made an eighth of an inch wide They are dainty for children Geranium rcdQphelia purple and al Â¬ mond green are the hues Avhich find Slk many admirers Invisible net point d esprit and hair line gauze are used for Veils with bon nets and hats Tennis stockings have the implements of the game embroidered upon the front of the leg Mull tichus in blue or gray are knotted about the throat when dust renders trav- Â¬ eling troublesome White avooI ul ters lined with satin and trimmed with red or brown Aelvet are no cities Sapphires and diamonds are well com- Â¬ bined in the many clasps slides and Â¬ Â¬ KING KALAKAUA jst f Astonishing rroflijjacv of the Sandwich Islsincls David Kalakaua has now been on the throne of the Hawaiian kingdom- for twelve years Previous to his elevation to th i throne he was a boatman in the harbor of Honolulu and used to p ck up some money at night by playing the banjo in one of the water front dives He is a superbly built natiAet - bufcHike most of the Kanakas he has no regard for principle is profoundly selfish 2nd hopelessly given up to gross viebs He had a strain of the old Kamehameha blood in his veins however aud when m 174 an election was held under the face of what is called a constitutional monarchy Kalakaua was picked up out of the gutter and was run by the strong Vmerican party in opposition to Queen Kmraa who showed great partiality for buckle- - worn this reason The dama k for table use at summer of the Sovereicn luncheons and informal teas is of light tnts either pink blue or gray Rhine clones have fallen from their recnt high favor and are now used to decorate photograph frames Pretty little breakfast caps are made of jChfna crape in delicate tmtsy plaited vKry fins and edged with very harrow Vafencennes lace X Y Mail and Ex pie 9 John She rf much tmc at the ball gama I hear of your being fliere erery time they play ou cons der it a Avnstc of time Don Heavens Alicia He and i i iey dont von want me to have some sort of standing in the business world Avhy - do you spend so Td Bus Â¬ We are beginning to doubt that At least we economy is Avealth England Kalakauas friends Avere the have a good deal of economy piled bettor politicians and they wore buccoss away which we would like to exehango fuh iortWQoy thrs years tUashangs hausted Farm tnnus In a recent lecture before the Royal Dublin Society Prof Arnold said There is no way in which fertiliza- Â¬ tion can be so promoted as by dairy farming Butter takes nothing fcrom the soil that effects its fertilization in the way that Avheat and other crops do When the settlement of the United States began on the coast of the At- Â¬ lantic it was for a long time a struggle for life and the successive raising of crops resulted in the exhaustion of the land Now the necessity has been forced upon them of refertilizing the land by means of dairying The growth of the art has been of late years very marked and from small beginnings America now has 14500000 cows 90U0000 of which were employed in making butter and 1000000 in the making of cheese The idea exists in the States that if they can only make the butter fine enough they may double the price This is to some extent a mistake Forfancy but- Â¬ ter called gilt edged high prices are paid but while care should be taken that the butter should be as nearly perfect as possible the effort should rather be in the direction of reducing cost The first point is to select animals that will convert food into milk at the least expense Beef making aud milk making can not go together Farmers could no more do this than they can get a race horse and a draught horse in the same animal The general pur-Â¬ pose cow is not profitable and it doe3 not pay to detract from the milk pro- Â¬ ducer to put on beef Cows are often unequally fed Those who produce butter at less cost do it chiefly on ensilage which may be used nearly all the jear round from early in the fall until late in the spring In the middle of summer it is generally not emploAed The comfort of the animal is one of the most productive sources of milk An etlicient source of utilizing food is to give the cows their food warm and to give them their water warm Giv-Â¬ ing cows their water at a temperature of 70 degrees to 80 degrees is found to make a difference of twenty to twenty five per cent in the procuction with- Â¬ out decreasing of the milk or the butter Another great change in profitable dairying is to unite the efforts of dairy- Â¬ men and work together By the aid bf the creamery movement three perons in a factory will do Avith the aid of machin-Â¬ ery what would take fifty persons in- Â¬ Again dependently to accomplish the buyer knows Avhen he has tested one sample at the factory that he has learned the quality of the whole Thus besides a reduction in cost dairy- Â¬ men increase values Prof Arnold emphasized the importance of having technical instruction in the art ol manufacture It is an easy matter to increase the percentage of water in milk by giving the cows certain kinds of food and there are some breeds of cows that give milk containing more dry solids than tha of other breeds N Y fliraldU It Can Ho iAIade to Rerertillze Ex Â¬ L Alaska tells of a bear being-- killed By If mature knew her busiÂ¬ This is a question that every mother mosquitoes would introduce a bear -- that should decide herself and judge wheth ness she er it is good or bad hefore the chile would kU momtoerJorriMWA HeracL reads the first line Dont say youV Fred to Charley Just rctdrherr6m not time take the time to read a largf abroadr Hullo Charley J- - How are Tray - Charieyr share of the book or glance over tlw vou oW boy Strange how one lorgets his paper before it is laid on the table foi beaug public use A quick intelligent eye mother tongue during two or three Â¬ anu a mothers eye also will do won weeks sfay ik Parcel Boston Tran v Jers in a turning over of leaves read- Â¬ script Bridget what3tS ameof Tsav ing here and there a few words seeing Shure now I if the language is pure the style grace- Â¬ those reil flowers Tinfc a nocc like He --teily ful and the moral healthf uL Much ol dont name they haAeaC all dear for twas harm is done to tho young people by their reading sensational stories of the up at the house I heard your own blood and thunder style smuggled mother herself calling thim spituniaV in and read secretly or in some cass An exchange thinks that openly Jn illustrated weeklies and have way of remoTing dandruff rith caused many boys to rob and fly from sandpaper Is the most effectual PerÂ¬ their homes seeking for worlds to haps it is but the common Xbrth Amer Â¬ conquer bringing up in a pohca ican Indian has a plan which though station and returned home quite abrnot is sad to be reasoaably to be traced to sure EsteUine Dak Bell Much of the blame is j the mothers too much indulgence from A fashionable young woman wjis a mother has ruined more families than seen in the street the other day with her a lathers harshness bad books and hair combed Much alarm was felt by bad companions being easy stepping her friends until it was ascertained tEat stones to wickedness A good mother it was only a case of absent mindetlness will do a great deal towards forming The young woman had forgotten to her childrens character The first few muss it Boston CommoiticcaUlu years they are wholly under her influ- Â¬ A wag brought a horse to a stop by ence and she is all to them then the the Avord and said to the whoa school life begins and teacher and driver a fine horse you have thats schoolmates broaden the iew but the there answered the young Yes mother must not relinquish her watch- Â¬ man but he has one fanivhe was for fulness but interest herelf in their merly owned by a butcher anuaiway3 studies plays companions and make stops Avhen he hears a calf bleat herself necessary to their happiness Prairie Farmer Keep hpld of the children dont let A Flat Failure Featherly Nice them grow a ay from you A mother dav for the race Duinley jDumleyi should neAer grow old to her sons and Featherly--Th- e hu Â¬ daughters be one of them and gain What race fe that Duinley Oh I their confidence be their companion man race you referred to begpardon some hojse I thought even if you lose the acquaintance of race Yes youre right were having some of your own age Better make upVat good men and women of your children beautiful weatfier Still living father-in-law- s suppose Feather -than be a leader of fashion But about your ly Puck the reading What shall they read AnHungarian conjurer spread the books papers If possible select etc yourself You can easily look newspaper upon the floor and plactr over the book notices in a weekly aud a oung woman upon it whom he cov- Â¬ then causes of silk ths usually gives a tolerably fur criti-Â¬ ers with a p eceWe hava andver seen this to disappear n cism of scientific works biographies histories and novels Boys usually like trick bnt wo ha c known a man to puU tales of adventure and in a reasonable 50000 on a newspaper aud it has dis Â¬ amount they should be gratified for appeared before he could cover itrwtth what would a man be without bravery anything boston Commercial Bul -J and courage When my boys were at letin Mr Smilingboy wasrtelling Mrs S the age to oe attracted to such reading the principal of the grammar school about a farce he had attended the night Ah said her youMhaye they attended put a list of books on the before blackboard for the use of pupils as cared died Iaughngif vou could Lave seen And then h added in a fone of to profit by it There Avas the Life of if Â¬ Washington and others I fail to re burning enthusiasm HowI wijsh yoa Hvcn nowbe can not member but various kinds and for had been there one or Iavo of Scotts and quite understand wJivMrs ST remarks lght reading Dickens novels I always felt grateful directly aftcrwnitl took such an unusu Â¬ to him and think the plan might be ally and violently perebnaltifrn followed by the teachers Ar tue public libraries sometimes n THREE- - MI LES attendant Avill tell jof a popular Avork but that is not always safe fo go by as How a Printer Mnd the Ifefpf Ki wcceenh V ituittlou j not always is a popular book a good about the books one You must find out Bud Dillon a NasKvilfe printcrjsfin in your OAvn Avay but be sure to findt company with a typographical-companio- n out in some Avay There are many books once walked from Nashville to and papers in the world some people Memphis The only remarkable feature say too many but theres more good ones than bad ones and you must sift of this incident is that Dillon is known them out Dont trust the innocent as the laziest man in Tennessee- - Ona child to do it for himself If a home-- evening while the two printers hungry life is what it should be bad books and and tired were rwalkingvalorig the RailÂ¬ bad companions will not be there and road eagerlv Avatching for the court uijthur at home evenings aviII be friend Milan Dillon ugpn and playmate to tho boys and girls By house dome ofasked meeting a man this 1 dont mean they are to have no How far is it to Milau friends or mates bnt youll see they will Three miTes feel so proud of their mother theyll bring them to sea you andyou will be Aftqr wajk ffftHg dSfehc5fHer able to udge Avhether they are fit asso Â¬ theA w met another ufanTV v f ciates or not In all this remembcrthe How far s Tt to MifliDr mothers have the love ot their children Throf mile- E the fathers the respect it is said but let n They harfgonfi ahova rmST us have both- - Mrs Frances C Mixter incy met anoiucr man in Good Housekeeping How far is it to Milan T m Three miles HIS STRAWBERRY Dillon begtn to get warm- - Tfioci Ts one of the learned A Detroit Husband Fond Hopes Crushed enc foi profanty which he was thorjougnly branches in by i Disobliging Wile enf and seating himself 6n a An officer who Avas patroling Mullett proffe tie he swore with great energy and crrss street the other day saw a crowd of peoÂ¬ volume Arising he wiped the perspira Â¬ ple at a corner and he hastened his tion from hfe hroAv and safd 1 can stand a great dealandJJm steps to discover a man sitting on the with his back to a tree while a willing to excuse an ordinary uarVJjut ground seeks to imfoseupnSiy score of women and boys surrounded when alfnah mortally offends rae t bow legs I him When the officer made inquiries havent had a fight since Iwas aTJy as to Avhat had happened a short stout hut if the next fellow we meet dciu t woman with her sleeves rolled up con- Â¬ shorten the distanc- - to Mdanr Iiellnave fronted him and replied me to whip thats all Hes my husband Hes a They had gou probably half mil ft lay bones of a man and weve farther Avhen they Saw a man apprpach had a row ing Dillon took ofTftis coat haudfet it What about to his- companion and began tVroll ri Well i Ae had to support him by hs sleeA cs Tdnn Phi m for K said washng for the last year and hes been he humble enough up to a week ago Bud for goodness Sake dontsn Then he took fifty cents of my money anything to tnat fellow Hesaregtilar She told giant aud Avent to a fortune teller Avould die ery soon and that hm that I Cant help that SajCJiIItgUj he would marry a strawberry blonde man who wisAvjdIcmg5m6 dfeninc- with fifty thousand dollars in cash how far fe It to from the track Seventy five thousand dollars my Milan dear sighed the man on the grass About1 thne iuUe-s- You ahut up He came home step- Â¬ My frierfd I w nya11ivQuTdi be ping high and feeing smart and half renerous enough to make It two miles an hour ago he had the cheek to tell and a half me that 1 stood in his road In fact he do Kantthqnit wanted to know when I was going to Well IJIJiavctofigyou Â¬ A Difficult Question Which Should Be D cltel by the Mothers of the Land frca - the-Chines- e I it ajry -- gopd-for-nothi- ng ie merely leit my suds and It jumped into him she continued pretty even thing in the houe was a but when I got out Avhere I could swing niA right I gave bira a couple below the belt and tied him up Strawberry blonde seventy five thousand dollars second marriage humph I Pm his traAvberry When I get through with him 111 make that fortune teller see strawberries for the rest of her born day Well be gentle cautioned the offi- Â¬ cer as he passed on OhI I Avont hurt nobody nor noth Â¬ ing she replied and as the officer passed on she lifted the man to his feet and banged him up the steps and nto the house in a double entry style of book keeping that rattled the shingles Detroit Free Press band And I merely inquired groaned the hus v r gh look n fur AH Aon re the man IvejKa who n I sczinghimr tbnwh m on the ground wth a fore that took hi bryath Hon on -- Dillon approached the man er eF Dillon as soon as How far m did h wjus aMe to h enk you say it is to Mian i Three miles i ad live nlcs Much obliged for courtesies so graceful ex rkunsaw Good evening trndtal thought you Traveler - Ml CU ntt tlr WHU 311 liUV-i- i- oil ritrhrt - T Didnt Blame the Angels TheneAV baby had i- - proAcditlelftho j nothing but Bibhjiw fossesMsr of extfaordinarj vocal powers and ha t tercism them much to Jonn- nv s annovancc t w One day he said to hisjmother Ma little brother camafrom Heaven didnt he Mississippi got at a pile Yes dear A thief in Johnny was silent forsorae thaeano of carpet bags in a depot and picking one on account of its weight he then he went on out av ma carried it in a scorching sun eight miles What is it Johnny bafore he discovered that it belong to a Methodist colporteur and contained I dont blame thejHrjelsJfor ToaQ bjf dt j VlMtrtfan t Trmms - r fo- s c ft 5i -- o y e W GsmfHssiiD WWPC K jAjra NOT SO BAD J 9V WPWyS M rwrwWw yCSR OQOPBE - Keatuckiaa ber We would like to see it haul Â¬ end first birtk place beisg ia Rreatkitt county Tk EartkoRako toRontorcs the Power of ing away the fine coal and timber of this Speech a Yeus Girl section right now Hurry it up Bro d as tke large Majority of Kentucky New York Sept 8 A Savannah spe-Â¬ Bell and be magnanimous enough to let wcmob abe is a sokle tmbb cial says A strange incident of last weeks our end-T-business end be built first SS WABRAflTED to curs Fever and earthquake shock is the recovery of the Akuo Intermittent or ChlU Fever Ke H9iace last keec there was a regular power of speech by Miss Mamie Martus tnlttent Fever Dumb Ague Bilious Fever TWO MEN KILLED Dengue or Break bone Fever Liver artkjftake politically in tke Fourth daughter of a retired officer of the regu- Â¬ Complaint and all diseases arising irom lar army At the close of the war her Hnrlnn and Clay Counties Each Add Goagresetoaai District end when the Malarial poison father was put in charge of Forts PulasAnothor Murder to tho Llat f shock eaded it was ascertained that Tom ki and Jackson below this Harpers S C July D I8S4 city While IoUmob tke red beaded son of desti at the former fort the daughter then a Late Sunday evening the 5th hist For eighteen months sitf Howard of yM bad beea kestea by Hob A B bright intelligent child had an attack of Hiram Jennings and Alley ered with Chills and Fever Harlan county shot and killed Sam meningitis Keiffcery ex State Senator by about best medicalwhich left her voiceless The Bailey The circumstances of the killing having Chills every other day skill was and the t vates At tbk distaace it looked to father took his afflictedobtained traveling were these accordig to tho statements After trying various remedies child Jonnings and Howrecommended to cure used a tue aeif Eobiaeoa we invulnerable hence but nothing did her any good She was of the dying man ard met Bailey and asked him to lay bottle of dyers Ague Cure and J tke surprke bat we hare the satisfaction dumb but nad all the other senses down the bars and let them into his field a kaewing that Judge Moatgoatery is a During the excitement of the first which he did and after laying them up have never since had a chill earthquake shock last Tuesday night she EDWIN EARPJSR t food awuu to in her fright attempted to call her broth- they told him he hold up his hands andPKKPARKD BY complied with ass i4 er He was frightened himself when he no sooner had shot him in the this rebroast uest than they Co Lowell Hass C Ayer Br J The Prdkibitioaists of Missouri bavc heard her whisper his name Since then mmediately after tho shooting they Id by all DruggUU aomiBated E L Dohoney for Governor she has gradually regained her voice and rode to Harlan Court House and surren- Â¬ now talks with perfect fluency She says fcU State ticket In their plat she was almost delirious with joy when dered themselves to the authorities fona they deoouace both the Democratic she found that she could speak Her Friday evening on the 3rd inst at TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK aadl Sepablican parties as in league with voice was low and her throat sore for Manchester Clay county Letcher Love killed Martha Spencer instantly the liquor traffic and will make a straight three days and the trouble in finding shot and any provocation and made good MT STERLING KY without words to express her thoughts It was fgkt oa tho saerits of prohibition his escjijKJ much like learning a new tongue except she knew the words but had forgot- Â¬ Later dispatches deny that Cuba has thathow to pronounce them City phy- Â¬ Political Prohibitionists ten Mftk and state that she occupies her ac sicians are deeply interested in tho case Francis Murphy thesuccessful temper- J M BIGSTAFF President Their explanation is that the recovery ance advocate who assails no man coneastosed place in the Atlantic W W THOMSON Cashier was due to intense mental excitement nected with the liquor business not even the saloon keeper nor the driakcr but DIKKCTORS THE NEW REVENUE LAW There are many accidents and diseases only attacks tnetrafficsays some sensible which affect cause AHNmuti to SeglK Today-- State Aadl convenience Stock andto the serious in Â¬ thingsabout thePolitical Prohibitionists Jameh GixorK Andrew Fksleh and losa farmer in They are after office more than they are tor XeYict Kxplaias Its Gea his work which may be quickly reme- Â¬ temperance they are more after political Dr R R Dkake oral FrerMoHK J T Highland died by the use of Dr J H McLeans power than they are to save the drunkKl Hv in A Fraakfort special to the Courier Oil iJouraal under date of Sept 8th says VolcanicHazelLiniment Sold by G B ard They hate the saloon keeper they Green and J N Vaughn hate the bar tender they bate the Swango KEEN WADE HOUSE 1Ge Fayett Hewitt State Auditor said Campton men who will not abstain froin drink County Assessors will today that the and hate those who do abstain but disaFRENCHBURG KY begia their work under the new revenue A Horrible Death gree with their methods in fact they T J COPE Proprietor act oa the 15th of tbk month The Tabic supplied with nil delicacies of the Some ten days since a young man hate everybody who will not go with them blaaks which have beea specially pre Â¬ named Gaines residing on Sand Moun into politics politics it must be and ocason Special attention to commercial pared for the new tax books are now be tourists iag seat to the County Clerks through tain in Marshall county Ala while out nothing else Commonwealth hunting was bitten by his dog The oat the State aad the circular of m USH F WILLIAMSON tractioBs to Assessors will be ready for young mans flesh was terribly lacerated Andy Johnson Acquitted WITH delivery this week The individual in his conflict with the brute which was The trial of Andy Johnson the noto- Â¬ schedules oa which each tax payer will finally killed He had no fear of serious rious murderer and outlaw an account Henry L Crane Boot Shoe Go file hk Ikt of property with the Asses Â¬ results and applied to his wounds some of whose dastardly deeds we have before sor were sent out last week to most of simple remedies and retired In a few Wholesale Dealers in was about a week since tried the counties and the remainder of the hours the poison with which his system cfore United States Commissioner Wat couaties will be supplied within the next had become inoculated began to do its kins at Barboursville and acquitted of few days I think the new law will tend deadly work and the family of the un- the chaage of releasing a United JBtates 93 W Pearl St 000000 that fortunate man at once recognized that prisoner Deputy United States Mar Â¬ tobrig to light the CINCINNATI O His limbs began Ciean to have disappeared in the total his doom was sealed H inkle testified that Johnson and to swell and soon attained twice their shal Howard took a man away from him Talvataoa of assessable property In the Ben State siBoe 1871 We have eleven valu Â¬ natural size A white froth issued from as he was crossing Pine Mountain John- Â¬ ables coIkabs is the present or old forms his mouth and he began to snarl and son swore Unit he was out huntingcattlo ef awennwowt aad two of these for sheep bark like a dog In his lucid moments and only came across Ben Howard after kegs which were added by the Leg he would entreat his friends to cut his the release of the prisoner Other evikiatmre of 1889 aggregate 3500000 throat and end hk terrible suffering dence corroborated this story An effort ia taxable property which was not pre After hours of most horrible torture will be made to arrest Howard jfotteiy assessed Now hereafter we death came to his relief Should be kept constantly at hand for will hare forty eight columns and many If you suffer pricking pains on moving Southern Farmers and Protection use in emergencies of the household of these will represent intangible proper Â¬ the cannot bear bright light and ty that has heretofore entirely escaped find eyes orsight weak and faihnsr you The Atlanta Constitution illustrates Many a mother startled in tho night by your the protection feeling at the South and the ominous sounds of Croup finds the taxation aad of this class of property 111J AAA lJ wu awe MMaovwu AAA awnuu ueaaueaji should promptly use Dr J H25McLeans now puts the matter to fanners in this little sufferer with red and swollen face cents a plain way The farmer needs near him gasping to the assessment The tax payer under Strengthening Eye Salve for air In such cases Ayers ew law will not likely be fretted box Sold by G B Swango Hazel a people not agriculturist not produc- Â¬ Cherry Pectoral Is invaluable Mrs Emma ih ing themselves but ready to buy and Gedney 159 West 123 St Naw York with the aaaoyances under the nld law Green and J N Vaughn Campton te regard to duplicate awesseiaats or pay a good prioe for that which the far While In the country hut writes Kentucky Wealth Bales by the Sheriff These were such a Such a pcopln can be mer has to sell my little boy threo years old was winter source of trouble and incoavenience to A cablegram from London Eng un- found only in those centers which have taken ill with Croup it seemed as If he the people that particular pains were der date of the 8th inst says that at the been built up by the manufactures and strangulation Ayers takes to provide a remedy The Asses Â¬ meeting of tho British Association today commerce A policy thereforo which would dio from was tried in small and Cherry Pectoral sor will bo charged with one dollar for Carvill Lewis read a paper on Diamond creates these centers or markets is in the each duplicate assessment and the Sher Bearing Peridotite He said that he hiphest degree beneficial to the farmer frequent doses and In less than half an 100 for selling land more than had found peridotite iu Kentucky simi- Â¬ Protection is just as much for the good hour the llttlo patient was breathing iff fined osoe for the same years taxes when lar to that found in the Kimberly dia of the farmer as it is for the good of the easily The doctor said that the Pectoral Mrs Chas B saved my darlings life the new law is understood and the beneÂ¬ mond mines and was convinced that a raaaufacturer Landon Guilford Conn writes Ayers fits shows to the State in a replenished search would reveal the presence of dia- Cherry Pectoral Treasury on a less rate of taxation and monaB in jventucicy The Cruel War is Over Jto the great ssajoritv of tax nay era whose The presumption here is that Mr Lew A special dispatch from London Ky IVSy Life teatire property has hitherto been within is is one of the Englishmen who recently to the Courier Journal under date of the view of the Assessor while much of visited this section in company with Col Sept 8th sajs Peace reigns supreme and also the life of my little son As he fche property of the fewer wealthy tax Bennet H Young and that here in in Perry county The French and Ever is troubled with Croup I daro not bo bepers escaped assessment I think there Wolfe is where he found the diamond sole parties have come to terms as I am without this remedy in the house ilrs will mot oaly be bo cause of complaint signs This theory seems to be a plausi Â¬ informed and French has surrendered to J Gregg Lowell Maa writes My put every reason for general congratula ble one a many contend that the earth the authorities and at last accounts it children have repeatedly taken Avars tkm of Keatuckys advancement to the here is full of them was expected that Eversole would do Cherry Pectoral for Coughs and Croup Ed Herald progreesive plane of her sister States likewise This feud has been the causo It gives Immediate relief followed by f When you are constipated with loss of a state of terror in Perry and several cure Mrs 3rary E Evans Scranton MEXICAN OUTRAGES of appetite headache take one of Dr J other mountain counties for three or four Pa writes I have two little boys both H McLeans Little Liver and Kidney months of whom have been from infancy subject Ta Actios e Got Ireland ia tho Xami Pillets They are pleasant to take and to violent attacks Of Croup About six Cae Brians to ZJght Other Crist will cure you 2o centa a vial Sold by Cuba Sunk by Earthquake months ago we began using Ayers Cherry Austin Tex SepL 8 The action of G B Swango Hazel Green and J N Savannah Ga Sept 9 It is re- Pectoral and it acts like a charm In a Governor Ireland ia the Rsures case is Vaughn Campton ported here this morning that three few minutes after tho child takes it ho JKiBging to public attention other Mexi steamships hve arrived in the bay Every well Baa outrages upon American citizens easily Held Over Without Bail Their captains state they failed to find breathes ought to and rests a blessing cases have lain dormant because These know what I The examining trial of Mrs Pat Hunt of Cuba Not 1 vestige of mother the parties have been unable to obtain a for the killing of Bick Thomas at Paris the island remains The report has cre- Â¬ have found In Ayers Cherry Pectoral keariBg much less redress from the gov Aug 30Ui an account of which we pub- Â¬ the place many Mrs Wm C Held Freehold N J writes araMeaL A coaplint now comes from lished was held Saturday the 4th inst ated considerable excitement and the is In our family Ayers medicines hva disbelieve it Those 3 B Wood and L H Gaskell who al Â¬ and was held over without bail to appear land has disappeared who think sink been blesslnes for many years In cases attribute lege iasebstance that in August 1885 before the Bourbon Circuit Court in Oc- Â¬ ingto the recent earthquake its Colds and Coughs we take The re- they were arrested by Mexicans on the tober Her husband Pat Hunt was port is hem thorouuhlv investigated Lgoaa ranch la Lower California visiting here for several days left for Ayers Cherry Pectoral Mexico oa account of one J H Hanson home last Wednesday William and Van Dorn Bailey passed thair frioad and who they say went to Sam Francisco aad did not return Mr W E Word is no longer in our through the city Monday in charge of and the inconvenience is soon forgotten the tiaae of the complainants arrest employ and is not authorized to make Deputy sheriff Wages of Estill county At PREPARED BY They were on their way from Mt Ster- Â¬ the liexicaate they say began to sell any collections for us ling to Irvine to stand their trial for the Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell Mem kill aad eat Haasoag cattle One Mexi Bbinkley Gruggs Bold by all Druggists murderof John Howard about a year ago m erea claimed Hasoas property and They fled to Missouri where they were Staother aaidHaasoa would winter in hell Killed With a Boer Mallet betweea then they aaade thiutrs disa John Kelly and Sam Bath river roust- - captured and brought back They made greeable for Haosofi and they affirm that abonts anarrellen at Mmrmliw oWmf i inquiries concerning Jailer Ectou in T JAY HOUSE ae was murdered Their comnlaint is rbew nf ttKopn nri Rok tth whose charge they were for u short time HAZEL GKEEN KY Winchester Democrat JhyifaasoaleftaDoattSOjOOOprop n the head with a heer mallet killing Eev ISAAC MURPHY Pkop erty urKexico woMuovmj iuiuusL maumuv nain nun nrnvi- is supplied with the beat in the The wcaiBiaiBaBts to seek relief froaa iilml killed his man and has served a ously your paper envelop ink pene Markettable everv attention givejj to guests and state department BUY ia j term in the penitentiary c at TheHkk at i office Hates reasonable iu Mrs -- In Fair Cadltiaa Washdtgton Sept 8 CoL Batchel dor who was sent to Charleston to make -- r aa eficial report of affairs has returned He says the people have everything in JKL WJL PXaWOX TAULSEEj their houses that they need It is true Xltngtm that frail articles such as vases pictures aod looking glasses are broken but these Far f 3liii1iimti can hardly be considered necessaries 00KB6 f Xetufee CBty ALFXED The loss will fall principally upon the owners of real estate and not upon the of tkk Cosgreseioal people at large z Tkt I did not see any of fc tke pitiable cases of distress that the 3DfetiMt i CMveatioa t Caaptoa TiKSiaifcy Mad BetiMted Wa L papers tell about The business section of the city is in ruins There is scarcely Sunt JEMtt tk oBiy for CoBgreae a brick house in that portion of the town Xagaffia w rjoauna which will nothave to oe torn down But Patrick jmmI Smt Kw3ac Board of Eqaalizatikw moat of the people of Charleston live up in the northern portion of the city and Mr Hwt a Mtire of tkw coHsty every residence is wooden These yofeemoe sad ee of the nearly 3icy6r buildings remain intact The only dam Â¬ JksfMttlssd owaers ia tik section of the age they have sustained is in the loss of tSmAc He k witislnice geatleen chimneys and the breaking off of tho jMMtvre before Hie generally conceded plaster making the walls look less even and pretty than they were before There m fee wtt ll tfe full KepafeUcaa k uo reason whv the people should not vatc Of the eiMe ior Board off return to their houses There is no dan Â¬ ger No one was killed in a house dur-Â¬ but all jpowtMj r tienriM aad cb express ing the earthquake the streetsthose who No one died were killed in TfceSec- mm Bfisgsa m to lug strsaftk was killed by a wooden house but all ef tfee CoTMcttca failed to fur the dead came to their end through the Tx He2ald wi tk ft o6s r of the falling of the brick stores and warehouses would be a goood thing for Charleston 3p ifttififTiifii tmi we are therefore unable It to have a storm and make the people get give tfeeSetslk into their houses Aa for the working classes the earthquake is a benefit to W Sitob Auditor of the them for it provides them with plenty rSitjte of Texas who was YMtting our of employment at higher rates than they tewm as taaakd by kk wife and little were earning before fctar Lala left far ks hosae Tkurs- If your kidneys are inactive you will last He Ss aa estimable feel and look wretched even in the most aaorawf Jbraiay fetlessaaaad made aiany fHeads cheerful society and melancholy on the x midst Tkoegh recently iolliest occasions Dr J H McLeans twkile ia and Kidney Balm will set you 3 of oatcd ia ooareaties for the oomins- - liver again 100 per bottle Sold by right ttioa ef Geverae of Texas be takes bis G B Swango Hazel Green and J N 4teft calady d speaks ia higk terms Vaughn Campton f kk sttcceasfal oppoaeat Gea Boss Emim Te far AxytklRgrdtarlesteaResidsaces Ple e aad the Not Saffcrln Democratic Ticket Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se lected Stock of ADAM BAUM HARD TIMES DOWN GO THE PRICES We are now receiving another LARGE ANT WELL SELECTED STOCK of everv variety of Goods to supplv the demands of all our customers at Whole- Â¬ sale and Retail which we PROPOSE TO SELL FOR CASH or exchange for Produce and Live Stock We have often tried to establish a trade on a Cash basis but have as often failed We have also notified our friends and customers of the DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF THE CREDIT SYSTEM and our intention to reform our business but little attention has been given to what we liave said Now we intend to establish upon the ruins of the old credit system a STRICTLY CASH BUSINESS which will enable us to sell you goods -- Lively Sijir ait MT STERLING DriYifs1 in4 fwilk rk rirs 1 Ji Cay m ID rilii jIuuuES TratoV StatffHfiKi XikBee Jt JBik Wliich lie sells Wholesale and Retail as Cheap as they can be bought in the State Give him a call and be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else Cheaper Than You Have Ever Bought Before you may go A MURDERER CAUGHT The atteatio of Jwrse awl RIfr4estw fatUkk ftr th ia especiailv invited K handling of stteekr SnL we iavite all t eli of Wolfe aad a4jc4aicg er wo -m f - cti - WH GILLTSr -- j A Man Charged With Two Mnrdera Final Â¬ SK FORD WITH ly Landed Behind tho Bars 8 AUGUST BURNHEIM BAUER J 4af dy -- Svia k a aatire REMARKABLE RESULTS tord the hero of a double murdor and a fugitive from justice for four years has just been brought back and confined in Twiggs county jail In 18S2 Benforda wife died uuder circumstances which suggested foul means On trial for mur dar Benford came clear but the public mind was still convinced that he was through Bourbon county to Georgetown would be a good thing to have But the indications are that the long felt want will be supplied at no distant day When the road is built from Paris to Georgetown the gap from Georgetown to Midway will be filled and the road will be extended probably through Law renceburg and Shelby ville to Louisville From Georgetown it will run east right into the coal fields and timber regions The fogies who dont want to got run over by tho new railroad had better not get on the track When the road is finished it will then be change cars at Georgetown for most any place you want to go to Georgetown Times Cant you swap the ends of the now road Bro Bell and build the eastern Eastman Ga Sept J M Ben 616 Broadway CLOTHING NEW YORK I honorable men We will sell you goods cheaper than you have ever bought them before can better afford it because we will take no risk on time Respectfully 3 We in particular invite the attention of RIVER MEN and others to our large stock of CLOTHING DRY GOODS e c which we aro ofieriag at special low prices for cash To all of our customers having accounts due we moat earnestly solicit to come forward and make settlements You owe it to us to do so as well aa to yourselves we McCord Aydelotte WHOLESALE- - RE1EPAIR1NG SEuand JT F DAY Nq S13 West 34ais Stxkst r SSiI am now prepared to do all kinds of Si repairing on Watches Clocks Jewelry and Janil it will be neatlyprices promptly re 9paired at reasonable Hoping bv optical goods Bring me your work BUY THE BEST Are first class in Material Workmanship and Methods of Construction They are unrivaled in power and beauty of tone and in genuine excellence far surpass all organs of other makes ever offered in our country LOUISVILLE Kl -- GEORGE K TOOK YTUU WHITE GREE5 Jk - gnoueat work and fair prices to merit your patronage I remain Yours truly T F CAItR VIiolesale Dealers I MUFAS9 OALACE HOTEL FRENCHBURU KY H WILLIAMS Proprietor The patronage of the traveling public is respectfully invited Table the beat and every attention to the comfort of guests Johnston Orqnns Boots anduShoes R L White rA t VAV un J A Ilnfiaker 1 LOnsVILLrKY - J G EORGE DOLL WITH Rosenberg Flexnif WHOLESALE Gf Successors twItttsenherjt Xathaa JLFlexaer Ague Cure I AVERS BOOTS ARD SHOES 712 and 714 SouTir Side JUcr Bet 7th 9th the er OVER 67 OOO SOLD ltuisvikkx KENDALL HOUSED CouxEit Main Â¬ -- axd BxESTOXsaaG Sts Â¬ I of stable market affords Experienced hand incbarga Cnarges reasonable m Mrs E C Kendall - Prbprisftrsss The table issupplied tritlrthe best the VEST LIBERTY KY Â¬ B OB J J NUNSrLLY yma yrsr DIOTLAP SEOS WHOLESALE L Pnnlap Dunlap W G Barrett B CO nis SADDLERY Manufacturers dt Saddles Harnesajc 72Sand730 W Maiu Str and dealers itt8 i Saddlery Hardware Â¬ Â¬ louisville ky B E BOBEBTS3r wrnt Â¬ Carter Bros WHOLESALE John A Co and 733 s Â¬ G Pry Coods and Notions H Hardman Pianos Chickering Pianos Mathus hek Pianos Emerson Pianos Star Pianos Arion Pianos and the matchless Johnston Organs Write for Catalogues and Prices- - JameH G- - Carter D A Forline Jo C Bethel Carter 729 731 MAIX STREET J LOtisvjm ky Prepared to Teaclr Inslititis Prof A SANDERS G Carter Jr -- Â¬ Boots Shoes Eubbers D S JOHNSTON 56 West Fourth Street CO ad Â¬ Ayers iiiie mrMorai Wholesale and Retail Dealers CINCINNATI O TSS bl1sqhbT29tf 3fflaMi k Of Booaeville Academy JJooaBTille-KT- announce tbat he Is prepared to TEACH INSTITUTES duriajc tke moatha of July and Aagust aad will gwutrwtisfctjM in every iuntance The MoktgoiervotT institute of 1835 says of hira We tcader Prof Sanders our sineere thanka for the earnest manner in vrhieh he has labored for oar instruction and express iurapprobatioit ofthe efficient manaerin which he has con Â¬ ducted the eserciajjj 2SBCbargeK reaionablcraftdjaadeknowa J on application Address PROF A SAyDERS -- Boonerille OVsley- - County Xy 1rA imi DffEOmEIT IK AUTOKlTIfl SEE I I J CLAEKE WITH ii Ot Sieyers GarsGn Hardwire 1 OpflBBJf INSTRUMENTS The Lateil Production of MUSICAL - 637 W- - Mail Street- LOUISVIIJE k WITH Â¬ Â¬ If you want a first class Parlor Organ the iEOLIAN is the one to buy With it you oan play at once SPBCIAIj NOTICE TBS K3CEAKICAL QEGUIHST7S C 1500 Tie Insetti let Cash -The Celestini 2500 -- 22500 The Aeolian Organ M Casli LC WELLS Wm H- - Fuliertorr- - - JOBBER OT Hats Caps Straw vCppdJI Gloves aad Uaalr 1A CHILLiCOTHE O Â¬ Saved the most difficult music without years of practice and hun Â¬ dreds of dollars 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 the use of the keys as it has a fall five octave key board with four full sets of reeds and is not only a cultivator of music n Send for Catalogue but an instructor Price CHICAGO COTTACE ORGAN SSSBm j - EMI IvY T RIPP Publisher ot Music and Dealer iir Pianos Organs Etc Has attalsed a staadcxd of exeeBeaee whieS admits of no superior It contaiud every IsaproreseBttat Isiveatrre gcjokis aidJLaiKl mocey caaprodtMtt No 819 FOURTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ aim Gxejajr 3LAXTXD JOHWANODYNE -w- is TO BslM SlaiBK 7T13tg TbofM VlrOTina am rvalahrsied 1ar-quality of tone qukdc response artigcSk ia nsiea perrect ooaaoruwiog them the nnst cioalrla nnM ig LINIMENT laaaEimi wy - CUSaS IMphthsrla Crffap Asthma BroaoliiUa KroralffU SheossatlnB Slaediac at Cfcolerfc Morbus Xhrsesterr KotnestM Inflneaxa Hacking Couh Wfcoopinff Cough Cetarrfijjt x a jomaaa ae gueracpa a iaaey xroaoiag juubmw tree eoataa rmpaiw iio Cel jum bcboow csurces xxkses McMjttetviMav STASZJSSZB X3CPT7rJLT3T BXST eoacBcoo ad -- ci- cUI Tieso cU wars wcderfol discovery 27o others like then la th world Win 90lttTlT- ear or The Information around each box worth maaaer of the ooet of rallrreyisa mx aooatdisease aaa you win aiways 09 uuarou ioao pill ten tinesXUastratea a box of west dose il putpuit Bold erafTwhece orsettt by nail for 35c la rtanpa ur j owoa aaurt suvj acJt wMWM kerldans Condition ottusr oa eurta wfll ratka fceaa lw Powder is absolutely sure aaa aisiy eon uxa is xi euxi eeatratsd One ounce ehiekaa okolezv aad is worth a ooud or aaouaanea or Bess ay ethar reediclce to kind It la Is wortfe Its wi strictly a in sroJd Illustrated he clven with food dco jc cy biu ires Bold everywhere or seat by mar rar 5 cents la taaca 3 1 i lb T1T T air tight tin JS SI tn fciail SUiG T Tr Hn a BJT I - PARSONS express prepaid for S807 9 MAKE HBW BIOS BLOOD PILLS w TA--S- T scist MATpAXr THE POPULM OBCffl fjwirntrwi Ecks a4 PSm Huh akUMoPriaIJasAapKMMaaaaiaBBV MAKE HENS LA w Six 9SB - wwf iu V Bmifrlph mum wm mm and Am Sis M CmVi jg- l - Ha IHBnyE11 m ft What tk Cfas Sa nu Sscnox 42 The said Board of Trus Â¬ Mmait In AcWmcc tees shall appoint a Superintendent of WvertkoMoetg iaeertetl the streets and alleys of said town rst meenttm M per 25 Said Superintendent shall be a sober Sack etvob mlMwqitcfit discreet person His duties shall be to turic m yew paer skew watch over and see that the streets and Awbb ma expired or Jem InierfHe i kB are re alleys arebreaks orand safe condition re-Â¬ tttiur rente tutdre- - port any ia good defects to the Board tm afcitwapUan at asen and repair or improve them as ordered by the Board They shall agree with him as to his wages and may remove HAZEL GREEN KY him at any time and put another in his WEDNESDAY SEPT 15 1886 stead The Marshal shall be eligible to the position and shall always have the TIWHE TABLE preference in appointment when his Suit AfcRtk Mway qualifications are sufficient Said Super- Â¬ CttaNMUw4 fare 12 aamtttes ilawer than ML intendent shall have the power to call 9terltg tine out all male citizens of said town who J mealmg JWliTat Jtetaweu At at 7x AKac arrives j are now required to work on the public W roads in 3f 2 Xtrthwell it 9 a a arrive at working the county to assist him in the streets and alleys at any Hi Sterlif at If 58 A X He X S Wve Mt SterKcg at L8 p n ar time he may deem it necessary shall superintend the work and shall rives at JtotkweU at 330 P iC 4 3U4feweii at 345 y it arrives give them the same notice of the time of At ML Steriiag at S3 P x such work as is now required by the WMto at KL Sterliaf kk 1L05 A laws of the State And any person subÂ¬ cainoaCAO railway See LimUhl CWumati ad LtHmrille ject to work and failing to do so when notified shall aaBtoatHLStwltg wkkU6A legallypenalties now be subject to the same prescribed by the X tram C AO from the East 4 13G P X teai bmm LeMVtHe aad CkciBUtl State Laws recoverable on warrant before jTMsOfOMTy rt dy fecial the Police Judge Should any person Jtw Kefehwelt m tkc 3rd Xeaday ie each subject to work under this section preML Sterliae mb A at 7 38 A X arriviafr at ML Sterling fer when called out to pay sixty cents X Jtetatraiag loaves lieu thereof he may deposit t r x- - mve at jtotaweii at 4JQ p x per day inwith the Superintendent and Lavs lUawtM Sterlkts at Sp X the sane Kt be relieved from such time and said GEO B HARPER SpL Superintendent shall pay said sum of money to the Treasurer and take his re- Â¬ ceipt therefor Provided that all per-Â¬ sons required to work the streets under Fw tbe jtceeamodAtioa of our ML this section shall be exempted from flttrKng we lure secured tbe working on the public scads of the coun- Â¬ ty Mrvieta Shoes as our said outside of the corporate limits of 3r town agea t at tksi place aad fee is authorized Pafellc Speaking te make contracts for us Merckanta iWsfere irk wkfe to use tbe columns Hon W P Taulbee and Hon W L can Â¬ of ike Vest 4erttMftg asedivm ia East Hurst Democratic and Republican Con- Â¬ didates for Congress in the Tenth Xeatmckj trill do well te see Mm gressional District of Kentucky will ad dress the people at the following times --xt Mrs Cal CuadiS are visiting and places Xr Hazel Green Wednesday Sept 15 Breatkitt ooaaty Stanton Monday Sept 20 Gem lathe field is selling at Sftoea Irvine Wednesday Sept 22 Beattyville Thursday Sept 23 ante bmshol Im Balk Coeaty Chesnuts Friday Sept 24 W Sledd jtad Was Laghtner will Manchester Saturday Sept 25 kve s lot of Texas korsea here today Barbourville Monday Sept 27 Pineville Tuesday Sept 28 It was resorted sere Saturday that Walliu Creek Wednesday Sept 29 Mrs Oscar Hall of Daysborough was Harlan Thursday Sept 30 critically ilL John Shells Friday Oct 1 Hyden Saturday bet 2 Natkm B Day of Froeen Creek was Hazard Monday Oct 4 I twa last Tkarsday aiglit a guest of Hind man Tueeday Oct 5 Jesse Taylor Day Whitesburg Wednesday Oct 6 W O B Bailiffs Thursday Oct 7 Gee Fletcker last week sold WJ Pikeville Fridav Oct 8 Wallace tea hogs which will axerage70 Mouth of Mud Saturday Oct 9 peta4g lor 28 cash Forks of Beaver Monday Oct 11 Prestonsburg Tuesday Oct 12 Crit McGaire of Beattyville who was Bonanza Wednesday Oct 13 A imtiag here for several days left for Salyeruville Thursday Oct 14 feoetc last Wednesday West Liberty Friday Oct 15 Sandy Hookl Saturday Oct 16 Rer W B Cooper of Jackson will Mt Sterling Monday Oct 18 preach la the Presbyterian Church at Winchester Tuesdav Oct 19 this place on the fourth Sunday in this Frenchburg Thursday Oet 21 Speaking will commence each day at 1 oclock P M promptly and all are in Â¬ J O Hall the picture man wrote usÂ¬ vited to be present Papers in the dis-Â¬ fmm Esel that he would he here yester- trict are requested to copy this list of day hat up to the hour of going to appointments press he had aot arrived Another Itailroad Wautud Mrs Mary Greenwade and family who When Bourbon County farmers Sapea t the heated term in Mt Sterling cattle to Georgetown for shipment drive and 1 art aew at house and Nannie and Ella we are glad to see it it shows that Bourhave atuch to tell of their visit bon farmers dont have all the shipping and that a railroad Oar Kottsseau letter arrived too late facilities needed Shortly after Benford the guilty party for pahlicatioa and our correspondents engaged in a hand to hand fight with T will please eadeavor to have their favors men reach as by Thursday or Friday of each J Woods The against were parted by whom Benford Joseph Johnson Green Hsml Tt mi 9 -- tr - -- - -- j -- - - HeH Je Gardner jtr irte Cirrestclt tahrty rt lac Â¬ KiU7PK 33 cty Â¬ LOCALJEWS -- fritk Jox Â¬ f teenth District and the Congressional than The Herald Rev W B Cooper preached a splenConvention of the Tenth District have formally presented the name of Hon Jo did sermon on Sunday Gardner of Magoffin to the Democracy MAGOFFIN COUNTY of Kentuckvfor theoffice of Lieutenant Gavernor Mr Gardner served in thai Gypsy Sept 9 Revs Fair Allen Kentucky Legislature from this repre- Â¬ SUGAR Geo Green and Sam Allen preached to sentative district from 1861 to 1863 and was elected to the Kentucky Senate from a large and well behaved audience Satur- Â¬ the Thirty fourth District in 1867 nd day and Sunday 4th and 5th inst re elected in 1875 serving in that body Drunkenness was not known and good for eight consecutive years and took a order prevailed Services were opened high rank among his compeers for his by some excellent music rendered by calm deliberate judgment and conserva- Â¬ the choir of Hopewell Baptist Church tive action upon all matters presented to Geo Green delivered a nice address of the consideration of that dignified body welcome in which he also stited the ob As elector in the presidential campaign ject of the meeting It was to preach of 1876 he canvassed Eastern Kentucky the funeral of John B Wiremans wife and fully met the expectation of his and little son Lonzo and afterward led friends on the hustings He is a Demo-Â¬ in prayer Fair Allen filled the stand for short crat of the purest type thoroughly im- Â¬ ablea sermon time and gave a short and Headache Nausea Dizziness and Drowsi Â¬ It seemed to touch the ness They stimulate the Stomach Liver bued with the principles of the party Sam Allen and Bowels to healthy action assist diges- Â¬ cul- Â¬ hearts of several sinners possessed of a broad guage intellect delivered an interesting sermon after tion and Increase the appetite tured and informed in the science of They State craft an inflexible integrity and which he offered prayer An invitation combine cathartic diuretic and tonic spotless private character it iB but natu- Â¬ was then extended those wishing to unite properties of the greatest value are a ral that those who know him should de- Â¬ with the church when J B Wireman purely vegetable compound and may be sire to see him occupy the post of honor and Mrs Joseph Allen were received taken with perfect safety either by chil Â¬ County Superintendent W L May dren or adult E L Thomas Framing to which they have recommended him In the distribution of the State officers visited the school district at the mouth ham Mass writes For a number oi Eastern Kentucky has a right to claim of Salt Lick on the lut inst and gave ysarsiwas subject to violent Headaches some consideration and this marked an interesting address to teacher patrons arising from a disordered condition of th manifestation of her choice we hope and pupils on the subject of progressive stomach and bowels About a year ago I education Mr May is a gentleman and commenced will be attended with favorable results the uso of Ayes Pills and a good superintendent Licking Valley Scorcher haYo not had a headache since WP B B Carter and Mark George of Hannah Gormley P O York Co Ont Jim Bise says he took dinner at Alex Montgomery were up a few days last I have used Ayers Pills for the Hatfields last Saturday and that Mr week to comply with a contract for hogs writes last thirty years and can safely say that I Hatfield was just from Pikeville where bought of Abe Wireman and Morton he been attending the trial of his son Aruett They drove away 148 head and have never found their equal as a cathartic medicine I am never without them in Montaville charged with murder The left our county 42420 my house C D Moore Elgin 111 jury found him guilty and fixed his Miss Mary Halk Sisemore is quite ill writes Indigestion Headache and Loss pen- Â¬ punishment at a life sentence in the at present and is under the care af Dr of Appetite had so weakened and debili Â¬ itentiary Col Day defended him and Van Pits of Breathitt tated my system that I was obliged to give had it not been for the able speech he Bob Eidridgc has a chicken with four up work After being under the doctors made the sentence would have been care for two weeks without getting any death There are thirteen prisoners in legs and it walks on all four feet Ashland Patrick fired five shots at the relief I began taking Avert Pills My the Pikeville jail charged with murder earthquake at Salyersville appetite and strength returned and I was Ellis Dr J H Parker of Atlanta Ga was soon enabled to resume my work In per Â¬ LEE COUNTY here Monday trying to introduce Sweet fect health Gum and Mullen Taylors Cologne c Lotjellex Sept 8 Rev J J Dickey Co Atlanta but for Walter ATaylor and John Thomas preached the funeral our merchants had never seen the arti- Â¬ cles mentioned in Tns Herald and did of Richard Snowden sou of G B Snow- Â¬ PREPARED BY not catch on Dr Parker impressed all den last Sunday Quite a large crowd Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell Mas as a thorough little gentleman and it is was in attendance Rev E O Guerrant closed a protracta pity the company he travels for did Sold by all Druggists ed meeting at the Middle Fork Presby Â¬ not advertise in advance of his visit terian Church on the 2nd inst which S J ORAUMAN JA8 A SHUTTLE WO UTS Elder John L Bogers of Danville who resulted in seventy five additions was expected to preach in our town Miss Sarah Day of Lee county attend- Â¬ GRAUMAN SHUTTLEWORTH about the 20th inst will attend the an ed the Institute at Jackson last week nual meeting at West Liberty and and reports a large attendance and good Manufacturers and Jobbers of Campton and spend a week at each success s point but can not at this time preach The Institute in Lee county was held here on account of division of time but at Canaan school house and was quite at some date in the future will hold a interesting all the teachers being present protracted meeting for his church in our S H Patrick and wife of Jackson midst have been visiting in Lee county and CLOTHING Some woman or man of this town is returned home Monday last Anderson Bowling and wife of this seeking an unenviable reputation for manufacturing lies out of the whole place are- visiting friends and relatives 605 W Main Street cloth and circulating them to the injury in Jackson county LOUISVILLE KY of their better We do not wish to fill Died At his home in Booneville John our columns with scandal or the names Silas Mintcr last week of scandal mongers but somebody will Corn crops on Middle Fork are lookget into a civil suit for slander and gain ing excellent SD The Old Reliable more nowsper notoriety than they wot of unless they quit their lying slanderous talk Let the guilty be warned in time PROPRIETORS Â¬ The Judicial Convention of the Nine- Â¬ section would The Herald 13 a great favorite in this rather give up our coffee CATHARTIC ai tf CURE A MAN c OF SENSE JIJet it Will not fill himself full when Ms system i not a erier t the coaseqsenee is suffering J bt A Medicine That Cures All Bis eases Generally Cures None Drastic Medicines that are so violent is their actia as to ra4er mk vaStifer fofcf should be avoided but a Doctors bill can be mrcrt xcrj often fcj comma pratltMX will use If anv -- CALVERTS UTTV uWER plU S Ami report to the merchant of whom they bur that they are aetall we claim far PROM IT AND EASY BT THEIR ACTION we authorize sch raerchaat to thi - RETURN YOUR MONEY A disordered liver means a DRAG about evcrythiag sleep with any satisfaction You caat think er work aor Tr These Pills With the Above Guarantee C P CALVERT CO Cincinnati O septl5 3mo A GBOSSMAK - FKAKK OOUVION JOIIX F SCHXECTK GROSSMAN GOUVION k f GO Q Ayers Pills j WHOLESALE JCAXUYACTCXEXS Â¬ jKfiVsBFf - ilttlliUMMJ BXtlDLES c 5 w n5 in Jones 74 and 76 Main Street CINCINNATI O HAZEL GBEBN KY HENRY F PIERATT Proprietor Nice Yeliicies and - Â¬ Phoenix Stables Robinson iwsss Â¬ J Scott Johnson Washington D C Charley Thompson Mt Sterling Chas Buchanan Danville J D Gruelle and B P Roberts HavelandB were register- Â¬ ed at the Pieratt House since our last issue The Celebrated kn i 5 Pffll T Wm Buy and Sell Horses SCHOOL DESK CORRESPONDENCE BREATHITT COUNTY C vowed vengeance An hour later Benford entered a store HxftALD office has lust turned Tss leaning against t 5009 hills anaouacing the time and where he found Johnsondrew his revolver place at which oar Congressional candi Â¬ a counter He at once and fired killing Johnson Turning to dates will address the people of the 10th the door he met Woods entering He district emptied the second chamber at Woods Jist Btse who has just returned from shooting him through the heart He Bgeathiitt couaty says there is a great jumped over the body of Woods and es- Â¬ deal L sickaees there and that three or caped throujrh the street Since that persoas died at mouth of Lost Creek time detectives employed by the rela- Â¬ last week tives of the dead man have scoured many parts of tho United States for the mur-Â¬ They will come today from eicry sec Â¬ derer He was finally traced to a remote tion to hear the candidates for Congress in Carroll county on the Alabama apeak aad it is to be hoped that Hazel frtace and arrested by an officer from here Hftaa CVaV at the Pan Handle store He proposes to and run opposition to his store on this side of the river Mr Little is a man of energy and enterprise and has made more improvements in Jackson in the last four years than anj other man in it Both Mr Snowden and Mr Hogg will continue their residence in Jackson Bey W B Cooper preached last Mon- Â¬ day and Tuesday nights 6th and 7th at the new school house in the Hagins neighborhood on Quicksand Also on Tuesday afternoon at Mrs Palsy Brooks Bro tJooper is one of the most faithful workers any community was ever blessed bought Snowdea Jackson Sept 13 Hoggs stock of goods J Little has For Hire at all times and oa the most reasonable terms Satisfac- Â¬ tion will be given at all times and those wishing to hire a HOJKSE and BUGGY or a SADDLE HORSE will find it to their interest to coa- suit me HORSES BOARDED bv the single meal day week orraonthV On Commission 3PWhen yoa visit Hazel Greea put your horse up with me and yoa Mountain men will do well to consult us will have it well cared for before offering stock for sale as we believe TWhen you ant to hire yoa it will be to their interest can hire from e for an hour halt lay jlay or week or longer GIVE US A TRIAL and you will stop with us every time pT PARTIES COMYEYED TO ANY POINT IN EASTERN KENTUCKY ON REASONABLE TERMS Give me a call when you need anything in my line Very respectfully c 4 THE NEW AND ELEGANT F PIERATT HIGH ARM put a first class stock of goods in the house JENNIE JUNE SEWING MACHINE IS THE BEST pm mP aHma JUDY OLDHAM JUDY Successors to HANLY BUY NO OTTTT1R Mount Sterling ix KM for manufactured by the Hardware Queensware Stoves Grates Plows c Sole Agents for the World Renowned Sidney School Furniture Go Oar YrvtJ assembled here with The convention Seeee Cash erstwhile a citizen of this last Thursday waswhich The new County Judge of Breathitt composed of a large couatv aaaow oc wwiagsvme accom number of representative men of tne will do well to note the policy laid down paaied by Joha Moore who formerly on pur lived at Campion was here last week district actuated by a determined Con- by Wolfe countys model judge has the road question Judge Blanton a potc to hold our representation in tryiag to buy hogs gress from this district at all hazards chance to cover himself all over with glory by giving Breathitt county good Floyd Henseley had a petition here a The course of our gallant representative roads She badly needs them Hon W P Taulbee merits and receives few days ago solicitiag aid to rebuild the of the peoplerjXThos L Sewell J B Marcum and hearty the mill at Daysborough He had about and he will endorsement bv an increased mrT W T Wilson attended the Camp-be returned 309 subscribed and said there were four r a1 T3r t i i majority xzisBuwuHauctpuug me iiuui i ton convention ana neipea to nominate other petitteafi out mation foreshadowed the magazine of a son of Breathitt for Concress CaDt blue blazes in store for the unfortunate Hurst being a native of this county will Bora Oa the morning of the 10th will for immola- Â¬ last to the wife of E M Childers a aspirant that alterbe offered organization doubtless poll a good vote in November of party tion on The Teachers Institute which met boy weight 12 pounds It was a Dem Â¬ by the the Campton convention and the here two weeks ago was conducted by ocrat aad Iisha is as happy as a coon manner in which it was received was an Messrs Marion and J J C Back of ia parsimatea time earnest of the devotion of the Demo-Â¬ Breathitt and a Mr Sweets of Hardin to their peerless leader Whea yea tell a lie about one of your cratic masses be sent along the valleys county who chanced to be here A very Let the word interesting meeting was had aeighbers father it and do sot try to the Democratic le across people in as the authors gionB the hills and Tenth be alligned drag iaaocent Anderson Richmond is teaching the of the glorious of year owa vile work Heathens do for the November contest Licking val- colored school of this county near Jack- Â¬ mot steep to aaythiug so low He obtained a certificate from the son ley Scorcher County Board and we hope will do good Our streets are just now being put in work He is a young man of good mor- Â¬ as Miss Oa better conditioa than we have ever seen Kash last Friday evening school onEmma als Lacy who is teaching them and the community is indebted to Patrick and John E PatRev S Creek was returning to her home here the sapeavor eagiaeenng skill of Hon in company with Mrs Bilda Day of rick made H business trip to Frenchburg a D S Xxodsey for the improvement this place she was thrown from her last week They report the finest corn horse and had her face badly bruised crops in Menifee that has ever been A J Lewther and Mart Earle two Berry Harrison county She was riding a young colt at the time grown there youag men Brick laying is progressing upon the were visiting Will Childers ana and had little Eddie Day in her lap A dog ran out and scared her horse and Academy There Deing but two men other frieads ia this neighborhood re having the child in her arras she was laying brick and the house very large oeatly xad returned hoaie last week unable to save herself Miss Emma is it will require a month vet to complete B Taulbee was called on the an especially fine equestrienne and canÂ¬ it Dr 13th iast to see W B Allens babe in manage any horse under ordinary cirJohn M Snowden and wife returned Magoffin ceaaty aad while there visited cumstances and we congratulate her home from a visit of a month to friends several cases of lux of a malignant form that her injury was no worse than a se at Crab Orchard Paris and Lee county The fatality ia Magoffin has been large vere cantusion She resumed her school Superintendent J W Taulbee has ap- Â¬ on Monday pointed S S Combs and J P Turner The followiag persons registered at the examiners The following ladies figured promi- Â¬ Day House siace our last Issue W C Miss Lizzie Wilson returned last week nently as the liberal donors while I was Megowaa aad Henry Campbell Mt Wolfe Stecliag J L Moore aad BA Kash made the happy recipient of delightful from visiting a sick sister in Mr Childers has another brickkiln Owiagsville aad Dr Parker Atlanta presents on tne ceiem auon or my Dirtn day anniversary on the 7th inst Mrs ready to fire Ga Ella Clark Mrs G B Swango Mrs Frozen Creek Sept 13 James H Owiagsville bought Nannie Herndon Mrs D E Pieratt Seese Hash ef fellowiag lots of hogs in this neigh Mrs Benj Fitts and Mrs W H Wilson Sebastian is buildinc a fine residence the borheod ef the citiseas aamed Charley Accept my most sincere thanks and Mr Sebastian is an enterprising farmer Sample four that averages 186 J Wiley may you each enjoy a long and happy and is always ready to lend a helping Ferkiaa four that averaged 231 Dan Â¬ life is the hearty wish of your humble hand in anv cood enterprise Joe Lee Wilson is the carpenter and we think he Mrs David Morse admirer iel Lafidsttw niae that averaged 140 is one of the best in our country steam saw grist and flouring mill The Our Ked Kver correspondent reports Mrs Wm Lawson and son near this Edwards located at place are quite low with flux and Bent that Eli Elam died of flux on the 6th owned by Day iast ea Johasoa Creek in Morgan coun- Â¬ Daysborough east of our town was totally Marion living at Wm Days is low with ty after a brief illness He was twenty destroyed by fire on Tuesday night 7th flux with the exception of flux the fear years e age and leaves a wife and inst There was a considerable amount health of the country is good child to mourn his loss besides a host of of wheat and- - lumber destroyed and no Wvlev Combs of Jackson was here ne total loss insurance oeing nem frkttdc all last week working on Day Bros Steam amounted to about 3000 his work of J Seeii Johnson DCLthe Pension Bu Â¬ Ah you have a headache I Why don t Mill Mr Combs did preparingin order to go to The committee is is visiting rrl reau WaebiBgtOB fneeds in this section and you try Ayers Pills They yrill relieve work on the Presbyterian Church at this atiTes aad IctedtoTxx Hxraxj scribe that he Is the stomach restore the digetive organs place The building will be 30x45ft We have had a splendid rain in this adhere to healthy action remove the obstructions elitace etrely oat Kefeiastjrulcs as that depress nerves and brain and thus j section which was needed badly on ac stricdyjkfjrJiJaervice count of farmers plowing for wheat cure your headache permanently I Â¬ -Z Greea will abstain her reputation for or 4eriy coaducL JOUN LOUGHUN Sole Proprietor SIDNEY OHIO Thin Desk has been Adopted in Nearly All the Lending Schools of the Country 1 zzTENNESSEE WAGONS w oea pret dy 7Tori an over -- 625000 NOW IN USE Globes ltcgistcrs Dictionary Holders Maps Map Cases Numeral Frames Charts Dictionaries Anatomical Models Microscopes And everything needed in a school room 3 Write us ibr complete catalogue Ad- Â¬ dress The Best and Cheapest Wagon on Wheels The Trade of Wolfe and adjoining counties is respectful solicited founts iit Erasers Blackboards Liquid Slating Bells Crayon BAFAHNESTOCKS ini4rt - ii Sidney School flOJy Furniture SIDNEY Company OHIO The LADIES PAVOEITE because it is LIGHT HUTTNTNG- and does lueh beautiful work Agonta Favor itobecause itia a quick and easy seller - bWcu iln heie hidden siPOexs and mincn wnenmerare wnimwe mu k lad trlndiar tb teeth then be sleep morning refusin iSolewme dcU towin W ISTeSB ihfnuhsiiinriiTill Duuol U tL airly r ESTABLISHED MM It fa m reatwr Tears ilcc UUi eaiea wu for Wmbi aad om tint time tt itvatattoa It i Stei4Uy iacreased ustil at IM Be lac AGBNTS WANTED I8WDPIED TERRITORY with WM FORD WITH FOR Shoe 60 033EtOTrXjflL3El cuted hi del fcu been nUrriy Jwaientood tad lar beetlieae Titem from ewtleit Inucr thAtfere ctU that worm exist in the humu too objerriac of yktjirttjjrytmstf pyeati etpccUny be rp their children VERMIFUGE who wotas rtlslyta rZS2TL TSSZZSZX -umHlfc mHy l rt worla mtrtirr rrmtar felV hX esc- - ttoesrjjfc - - 2 JUNE MANUFACTURING CO Cor La Sails Ayeaae and Ontario Street the fftli xad jfudily vremored formniniljr dtlictt h b from aU Manns Bros Boot T ti la their cracticc ad taaay of the mntt It marer fiUta It has Prts of the country testify to it- uniform lueeet Ia fact t11 I In in nf Miimn mtlt cnnot UteVt r LfSfeT7 Bfch vfgVnt--bv- iv- rim 1111 1 freqir bea Ill iTfn Km JT ffgfi - Â¬ Manufacturers and Dealers in CHICAGO ILL Boots Shoes Rubbers W N HALDBMAN So 88 West Pearl Street CINCINNATI WITH O Â¬ J President of tha Great LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL CO FAKKXSTOOC and b satiaSsd wkh nctMse cUe CAiocrsez Ms NSW FRAHXUH HOWAJUJ CO MO Harlac wed t a erfelaa 8- - A Fahnestock Vermifas MfcUrt Sehwlrtr Si Haslett Pitttivrr Pa Ctntltmtnl hare used socne of that most excellent rea la my practice tat aiar years I hare no hestaacy a recam the edr B A Fahnestocks Vemlfiire aad found it to hare dia madiac it as a remedy which K taft rttiailt aad fcten iaaUcaiscwheraa VanaKuce U aeeded desired effect I think your Venni6ee caa sot safely be D Z-TKCS H HANDY peascd with In any foattly Yours ire I IT UUft0AJfcS Jt Initials ate 8 A P ROGERS SHIPLEY DOISY CO J E SHWASTZ I CO a FthESffilon FttUkrf Frtfritim ROBT M TUMBLE Tlls What H Knows of N IT TRIMBLE jy d WINTERSMITHS Orncr or thz CouRiza JooaieAt J CURE GOODS CHILL iDRY Lcotstoax TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS IN Â¬ Cor 4th and Elm Streets CINCINNATI OHIO LOUIS STIX IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS rfCO OF AND- - rule I Kve otierred for many yearJ th value of your remedy prompt- Â¬ ing cie to say in reply to your request wht 1 Vnow xae private assurances 01 if your ChU Cure the good results of its effectsus T efficacy I bad and had observedon Mr R W Meredith whofor more than fifteen years ha been foreman or my office induced me to test it in my famHy The results The first case was have been entirely satisfactory of two years standing in which I believe every known remedy had bea tried with temporary reÂ¬ and seemingly liefthe chills returning periodically broke them at Your cure with increased severity once and there baa been no recurrence of them for The other case was of more than six month nader form and yielded more readily to other remedies but the chills would return at intervals until your medicine was used since which time nowserernl months they have entirely disappeared From the opportunity 1 have bad to judge I do not hesitate to express my belief that your Chill Cure is a valuable specific and performs all you premise Very respectfully for it W N HALDKMAN Dr Winttrttntik Sir I waive Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder lieid ana warden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling G B SWANGO DEALEE IK iib ISP jjS Foo sale by J T P Day GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY j s NOTIONS Cincinnati awiil I KEEPS CONSTATLY OK HAKD A FUIX ASBORTESKT OK give To introduce it we will for a short time Cfoihlngv Dry away in each county to those likely to make UNION STSEETS THED BAGS GER Â¬ good agents a limited number of our MAN ELECTRO GALVANIC SUSPENSO- Â¬ RY BELTS a positive and unfailing cure for Nervous Dehility Weakness Varicocele erothorswfcowfsS t3smfl Loss of Vigor Rheumatism etc SSQO Re Â¬ ADVERTISERS this paper or obta n ejdmstes ward paid if every Belt wa manufacture In i set everything usually kapt in a Crst claas country store and at BOTIOMLKHCESt on advertising spseo when in Chicago will find it on file at rlnps Tint Piierito aLpnuine eleotrii current take ia exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due rae all Tcthjt nontnno HPlJXf 4 ttFCT AflKWY Also will 45 t049 Randolph St every- - descriptloc ARffi ATMftKIS jui i Country Produce and Live Srock of ttLAdycrtngAgentyof MSlil vL 1 laMfllflvS P O Box 178 Brooklyn New York ELECTRIC BELT FREE Coods Ready made Staple and Fancy Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Crocsr ies Stoves and Farming Implements A S--- -- fjSlt Jtiiihe- - - r QmmBMm t QOOWIg I rroydoKr LEKGXJEEir - - xnrxocEcr HORROR tik Meeeat Centrttl- in New ZealaatL TARAWERAS flilwe ef f Jtotwe Hmmt Tarawera twsSfcfe deetruetiea ia of JSew- - Zealand lm 9l life properly and Mout Txrawera aad tb Jgfa fitraiiniiag the LakeRotoraa Smk Wee ih oeac ofrmaav awful oo- les TtUklmmhteAj 1eek recorded has ac iirihy to tfa latest advice ciu red a w -- This ream was inherited by th the Wonder- - French monarchs but it was not unti 11 It Is th home pi the Maoris ninety yearslater that one of them at y tbea recanted with a sort ofc t1empteu to make vit a reality Ther JLous XIV comniissioned the Sieui i Aatqioe de la Mothe Cadillac who from v Atorkt at Brests Hotel ISotorna 1694 td 1699 r e tl oC the convulsion gives the Mackinaw to had been in command atÂ¬ found at Detroit a settle fcWwig vivid description of it Xxvok ment and erect there a fort to hold the tkrwigli the windqwa of his room region of the Great Lakes for the French Ths was ie saw a vivid light arising from tke and Government successive done reignf Detroit under the Bceetio of Tarawera - Every one of Henry IV Louis XIH XIV and draaeed aad weat to the frontoOtio 3M6e wicre they stood watching tlic XV was for a nearly sixty years a French town bit of sunny Jight A little before a in hidden away In the heart of theFrance western frei mickering flames the light con wilderness and such it might have re d eased iato a vas and massive pillar of malned to this Wolfe on rearing itself high up in the heav dark nght inday had not1759 scale September ens This gradually extended laterally heights and on akwg the range until it presented an theAbrahamof Quebec the fatethe Plain of changed appsareat Ihtmelcr of about half a rnie America The surrender of of Nortl Detroi lac pillar of fire which was icc6m soon followed the conquest of Quebec paaledfera contiaaed terrific roaring and then it became an English town ssenaed gradually to be eclipsed bvu western Jm re alack cloud which settled or t and thepower in headquarters of theÂ¬ British America iwiglsg like a pall ovef the faue mainedthe extreme outpost Itof so re- Â¬ wfcichwere hidden butiiotextingiisl ed ern civilization until July 11 West1790 The hlact cloud pillar rose l aght n when in pursuance of the peace oi the air and then crime eoninuous cc the pioeloas and roars which beamed to give 178S it was quietly transferred to DeUnited States Thus we see that way before the terrific thunder accnn a unique history troit paaied hy vivid Hashes of 1 gaining At timeshas hadchanged its nationalityThree has it and iirst starting from the pillar the torn with each change assumed totally differseemed to extend and settle down ovcj ent characteristics At first it was the whole face of the heaven The French then English and hist of all Kgktaiag wasloUi forked and uhret ami Hashed incessantly The thunder roared American and in the present town may irm fixry poiC the vhoh Mmtsplwrc be seen a curious blending of the trats of these various bftiafiije jjj f pervaded with uf French habitant peoplethe The old courtly focatiag sulphur stenclu All along the English resident haveand long slumbered tohj sprini had broken out in every in their graves but the close observer direction fribbling and boiling Purine will detect that their spirits still walk the whole of this time a gale of wind and was blowing across Iotoraaand toward abroad with promenade its streets arm the in arm the sea of the eruption which probaby who in his seven irrepressible Yankee league boots is now woved the means of saving the town striding across the continent Brother ship Atabout four oclock a m how Jonathan has every where tlie astonish- Â¬ ever the wind suddenly dropped the which in well nigh a single jwwoke all over Rot jrua bejamc denser ing energy day raised Chicago from its ashes but wad then a thick and heavy showr r oi here he has been held in check by those asbes began to fall continuously oldworthics who have now and ther The darkness became thicker no one in kaew which way to turn and dawn a whispered the his ear the fable of tlu tortoise account hare and earnestly prayed for At about sx for tlic fact that Detroit This day a cuis to oclock a m day began slowry to break Below the jetty jcanopy a tliin blue ne rious compound of modern progress and was seen on the Northern horizon ihd old time conservatism a city of vast enterprises but on graaally the surrounding objects fce hroad substantialenterprise based basisa and enduring cae dimly visible and it was In the summer of 1825 cannon planted seen that all the surrounding the line hills aad the whole face of the country at intervals alongway from of the Eria Albany to canal all the were covered with whit ashes St 11 Buffalo announced that Clintons great tke black pillar rose from Tarawera but the the sulphur gasas were less oppros ive work was completed byand bond West married to the East a that people began to breatlic more freely is indissoluble- Its gates wcra When daT began to break the thunder no sooner opened than a tide storm abated and soon the sky l ecame of emigration set through them comparatively clear except in the vicin westward ity of Tarawera whence tke inky pillar and Eastern Soon all over New England New York still elevated itself But at nine VelOrk and in some instances whole families whole the pall again spread over the heavens were on the move and such anhamlets exodus and darkness began to set sn Daylight followe as never was seen except when had how the peculiarity seen in a total the Israelites came up out of Egypt and eclipse of the sun the Kalmucks fled across the steppes of The scene from a hill a few miJe As a At one tmc it seemed that rural uth6f Mount Tarawera aud the Iaki New England would be depopulated as It appeared two days after the c up lis best and youngest Dlood joined in turn is thus de cribed It lodkc I kke the exodus and t firs fact may be an active Arctic scene There were ap traced the high character and wonderful parently hummocks of fee and moun- Â¬ enterprise of the West of to day The tains covered with snow All these wcr first wave rested for awhile in Western from a fine white deposit which had is New York and then the gathering tide sued on that fatal night from the n w swej t gradualy westward along the crater There had oeen a green hi Iaces and the On o and finally in 18o0 which had burst out Into a f arful vol it touched the shores of Michigan Then cano A large part of the hill liad Uvn for the first t nie Detroit became in realin and there was a crater niuch larger ity an American town than Mount Eden Ajcoustiiat colu nn - In the beginning of 1830 Detroit num Â¬ of steam was rsmg from the mighty bered Â¬ people caldron andat intervals tlnrc isued cisely where It was that is it stood pre in 1805 and this great showers of cinders and hugeTocka duringa quarter of a century when the driven far into the air There a population of country generally had continual roar vared at intervals with inercasd in a the nUGgolie unparalratio a loud boom It was a magniiicentsight leled in Instory- - But now the old town andonc never to be forgotten began to fed the A New Zealand book thus describes increastl fourfold general impetus It m the next ten years Tarawera and thus it has gone on ever since There is a strange fascnation about doubling about every decade till now it this curious truncated niountan It numbers with its suburbs fully 200000 ISblcs bare and scarred Its teep walls rising up black and terrible as if Masted sous slow paced conservatism of its Th with lightning the very sublimity of old time resdents is stdl seen in the desolation No wonder that the Maori modern city but it is now so wedded to imagination invests this spot w th a Yankee enterprise that wc meet here an sacred horror It Is to thni a clu ol almost ideal Â¬ the dead and may not lightly be p gressive not community in safe but promere money engrossed proached aa0 when clouds gali er getting but cultivating is well the so roud its summit aud roll in henry c al amenities of life and extracting masses along the sdes driven by lie existence as it passes a healthful iicrceSvinds that play about the t rest fromrational enjoyment In proportion aud it Trcquires no aitve imagntton to to its size Detroit has a smaller foreign people It with weird and spr tual population that any city in the Unon and as the bulk of its people are of 3Jhe3ake lyuig to the North and West Eastern brth or extraction it is to day of 4he mountaui and partly noTelin i more truly New England in character its base is described by the -- ame writer than tlie good town of Boston itself In as a splendid shee of witer ohangcale no sense is it a Western town In 1880 in expression as the hummi face the numerical center of the Union wa3 -lYihcn all is clcjtr overhead tlic lak found to be fifty cijjht miles west of shimmers and glistens in tii sunlit t Cincinnati With the speed at which orrcHccts from tlie motionles i dcptli- - population is now traveling westward the cloiutfieuk blue of th skies vcrv J Detroit will soon be the central city of d nip the country ol w nd sets surfae lircatli Edovind Kirkc in Har- Â¬ ling into a thousand ripples and ih pers Magazine tiny wavelets break upon the shore or on the outstanding boiUders wth a gen Â¬ A Georgia Fishermans Luck tle lappii CJtdonce very pleasant to Urn car-- If clouds fixti in the sky fShey A citizen of Valdosta Ga having play upon ihe surface of the ke a rend the current story of a recent cap- Â¬ phases cloud it is like the uioud of the wind on a barley field In close and ture of a deer by a hook and line writes sultry weather when the clouds hang to an Atlanta paper of an adventure low th water Jlll respond nr to th with which he met several years ago influence of the sky and air Ukison a He was fishing in one of the mudholes liden color and becoms dull pa i and heavy Large tracts smooth and near that place one afternoon and had poor success Finally as he was about are cu unctuous like a surface of otily hroken by ruffled patchu whicli to go homo in disgust he was startled for no jiertcptble relison uier md by the sudden appearance of a three shveraslf with aomeagtation lcneath foot snorting alligator which swam la tills smooth state the water give rapidly In the fishermans direction and Hick veiy perfect rejections of ob octs seemed bent on making a meal of Irm on Its banks or floating on its surface Tlie piscatorial artfst soon regained his Ahoutajearaso tlie water of Tarawe a self possession and with an easy jerk of Middnly changed color and beeanie his fishing rod smt the hook with its nauseous and unwholesome There wa dainty load within a few inches of the some corresponding disturbance on saurians mouth The reptile seized the 3otokakah too and tlie creek between hook and swallowed it The lone fish- Â¬ rose rapidly to such a height that the erman then gave a quick jerk with the natives were a armed and apprehei rod and the alligator was fast Thirty sivcof a flood they swarmed up Ihe minutes after tins man returned home idlls and waited tall they subs ried agatn with the three foot alligator aad an ex Tarawera water remained unusable fir ultant smile Hod and Chin nearly a year its color durnr thai A Detroit tramp who for ten days space being a dirty gren Then it had been driven from place to place saw cntnged to perfect purity again Phil a little boy fall into the river and at u4ejkeL Press once plunged in and saved h m although not until the boy in his strug-Â¬ A solemn old sclent st printed the gles had nearly drowned both The Saetthat by bathing their foot in lopll tramp was assured by a policeman that wirtar a mm could double Irs eireuia- - he wouldnt be molested any more the itmtmd ww all the editors arc hav iig bystanders praised him and the boy imAm Aaw4 thanked him Ho looked hungry as he Ktevcs- - -- Phlu frmt walked awpy to fas fejg elethr3 xees -- GROWTH OF DETROIT Ah AftriM City Wfelch has Ckaaje4 til Xatiesality Three Times Detre it is one of the oldest cities oa this continent Before Hendrik Hud soa set foot on the Island of Manhat tan and while Henry TV still sat or the throae of France the Huroni pointed out the site whereonit is bull to Champlaln the founde of Quebec as the natural gale way to the vas seas of sweet water and then born in the brain of he great Frcncl navigator the dream of a New France which should extend from tlie Atlanti to the Pacific and have Quebec anr Detroit asTits eastern and western fort RESWEAT1NG TOBACCO How the Weed Is Colored Dark to Meetths Topulsir Demand One of tlie latest tricks in the tobacco to it is called vecadkrrec f -- -- aiW Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ trade is the artificial resweating of the weed to meetthe popular craze for dark colored cigars The craze arises from the falso impression that because all good cigars are dark colored all dark colored cigars are good The ground taken for this latter impression is that the dark color is an indication that the tobacco has been naturally sweated through about three summers and haa thus reached perfection of flavor The color was formerly an indicAtion that this wa3 the fact but it is so no longer for the increased demand for tobacco of the requisite age caused manufacturers to find a way of or giving it the ap- Â¬ aging it pearance of age artificially This was at first done by painting but a speeder and more wholesale process has been invented within the last three or four years called resweating The fact that tobacco sweats is well known The first summer after it is cut tobacco sweats very heavily so that it can be twisted and tied in knots like tobies The next summer it sweats much less and the third summer tlie sweat is hardly noticeable After each summers sweat the leaf assumes a darker color until it reaches the Jiue of the best Havana brands In order to sweat tobacco the box is opened and the leaf cased or damp ened one hand1 or layer at a time by dippmg it in water The tobacco is then repacked in the box and the box placed m a steam tight receptacle a few inches from the floor A jet of steam rises through the floor of this chest right un Â¬ derneath the box and the steam is al Â¬ lowed to play incessantly on it for seventy-two hours producing as profuse a sweat as that of a fat man running up hill with the thermometer at one Hun Â¬ dred degrees in the shade The box is theivtakenout andhe tobacco shaken to c oldff It is then repacked and is ready for use Great care has to be exercised after sweating tobacco to prevent it from becoming moldy If it is found to mold it is often -klll-mc-qui- ck Â¬ dpped in beer to kill the mold Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 -- a4 ing effects of some cigars The tobacco must always have passed through one summers sweat before being resweated This process ages the tobacco three or four years but whether it improves the quality proportionately is an opeu ques-Â¬ tion with the trade Some say that as reweeating has the same effect as the natural sweat resweated tobacco is per- Â¬ fectly equal to that which has aged nat- Â¬ urally others say that it injures the flavor Others again say that it does not afieet the flavor prejudically or fa- Â¬ vorably All agree that it makes the leaf tender and dillicuit to work and thereby causes loss to the manufacturer What is admitted by all judges is that a natural sweat invariably improves the quality so that the question remains how to distinguish tobacco naturally sweated from that which has been arti ficially resweated It is a difficult one to answer the only guide being that ar-Â¬ tificial sweating often makes the leaf almost black and always makes it a darker color than the natural sweat produces Piltsbu rgh Tim es Â¬ is a probable explanation of the inebriat Â¬ Hero Svary Wmb PARADISE BIRDS rouo ftke a Toe Mtuaa ody Dry earth will keep a stable very Tho 3sst Brilliant Kinds Confined to the does or wasca is ttsiemvmeis xiexs Store Elevated Mountains goes too slow or too fast 90 fUwalfe free from bad odors The parrots of New Guinea are others and bad time resalts if one orgaa No stpek will derive more good or set of organs works Imperfctiyvperw from sour milk than tlie growing flocks numerous the greater number of the sion of functional effort of all the orraas The use of borax oi ammonia in-Â¬ 102 species mentioned in Count Salva is sure to follow Hence it is that the nu- Â¬ stead of soap in washing blankets tvll doriswork being met with within its merous ailments which mako womans life abnor tho direct issue of aelp to preserve the softness of tlie area As specially characteristic of the miserablearo the uterine systemthe Por all mal action of olankets and the brightness of the colorea numerous class of symptoms aad ev papaun avifauna I may mention the thatwoman knows them there is one unÂ¬ Â¬ ery stripes Boston Post great black cockatoo with its enormous failing remedy Dr Pierces Favorite Â¬ Prof William Brown of tho On bill the dwarf leaf parrots with their Prescription tne favorite of tke sex tario Agricultural College in Canada curious spiny tails and Â¬ the iiscontinued silage feeding after trying nary dasyptilus with its naked extraordiA sksex turtle can live nix weeks head and out food That is why it is green with Â¬ Pitts it four years He got soft beef from it harsh plumage Brush tongued lories burgh Chronicle nd inferior butter of the most brilliant colors abound and Very sweet flowers are objectiona- are especially characteristic of the pa- Â¬ A Strong Endowment ble in the dining room on account of paun avifauna although by no means is conferred upon that magnificent institu- Â¬ human system by their intense perfume Tubtroses lilacs restricted to it Count Salvador in- Â¬ tion the Medical Discovery5 Dr Pierces I Golden that fortifies and syringas therefore should never bo cludes no less than forty species of this it against the encroachments of disease It used as their odors are too overpower Â¬ group in his work The picarian order is the great blood purifier and alterative and brona ing for many sensitive nerves m New Guinea is composed mainly of chitisasand remedy for consumptionnatureÂ¬ all diseases of a wasting The great secret in making under cukoos and kingfishers both its influence is rapid efficacious and per draining a permanent improvement is of which groups are well repre- Â¬ manent Sold everywhere in securing uniform fall when laying sented There is but a single A max must not expocfc to live in clever the tile and maintaining a good outlet hornbill and a single bee eater On the When the outlet has been closed a year other hand it should be remarked that simply because he marrios a grass widow JY Y Independent or two if there be a good fail reopen- Â¬ as in Australia woodpeckers are alto- Â¬ s ing it will cause it to wash out obstruct-Â¬ gether absent We now come to the A CoinLirrEvFEMnrDfE Toilet Service ing sediment Chicago Tribune great array of passeres of which no less always includes GiEXss Sulphur Soap The soil can scarcely be too rich for than 501 species are included in Count orHills Hair astd Whisker Dte Black Brown 50c apple trees Kitchen ashes in which Salvadoris work Among these fly-Â¬ table refuse has been thrown will make catchers catterpillar eaters and shrikes Hens are very exclusive At least each good top dressing and even good ditch play an important part as might have ono likes to stick to her own set Prairie scrapings may be used with advantage been expected where insect life is so Parmer if nothing else can be had Top dressÂ¬ abundant The honey eaters a group JQH8 BULLS ing is the best system of manuring for specially characteristic of Australia are likewise highly developed in New apple trees Cincinnati Times Corn Bread Corn bread is riore Guinea Count Salvador enumerates wholesome than hot- rolls for breakfast eighty nine species But the greatest Made in this way it is excellent Half glory of the papuan avifauna is the a pound of Indian meal half a pound of family of paradiso birds These are in FOR THE CURE OF flour one teaspoonful of salt and one fact a group of crows in which the male tablespoonful of baking powder sifted sex is decked out in the most gaudy and into a bowl Beat one ounce of batter varied plumage and extraordinary or- Â¬ Or SH1LLS and FEVER one ounce of sugar and two egg3 to- - namental feathers of the most remark- Â¬ ether and add the sifted meal and able forms are developed from different AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES our Add gradually one pint of milk parts of the body Taking the group The for a thin batter and bake in a hot oven of paradise birds as understood by justly proprietor ofa this celebrated aedkrna claims for it superiority over all remÂ¬ Count Salvadori that is to include the Boston Budget edies ever offered to the public forthelAcA Mead Pour two quarts of boiling bower birds we find about forty species CEBTAnr SPEEDY and PES3CAMEKT curs water upon four pounds and a half of attributed to papua and the moluccas ot Ague and Fever or Chills aud ever wheth Â¬ sugar add one pint of molasses and and one or two brilliant additions have er of short or long standing He refers to the four ounces of tartaric acid Boil all been made to the group since Count entiro Western and Southern country to bear together for a few minutes and when Salvadoris work was finished It is him testimony to the truth of ta assertion te curs if cold add one ounce of sassafras Bot- Â¬ certain from the investigations of recent that in no case whatever will it failand carried observers that some of the most brilliant the directions are strictly followed tle cork tightly and keep ina cold out In a great many cases a single dose has place Take one third of a glass of the kinds of paradise birds are confined to been sufficient for a cure and whole families the more elevated mountains and one mead add a quarter of a tablespoonful have teen cured by a single bottle with a perÂ¬ of carbonate soda stir and drinkwhile of the reasons for predicting a contin- Â¬ fect restoration of the general health It is uous range of high land between Mount however prudent and in every case more cer- Â¬ it effervesces Boston Globe Arfak in the north and the Owen Stan- Â¬ tain to cure if its use is continued in smaller Potted Fish Cut a fish twelve leys in the south is that disease haa doses for a week or inches in length into four equal parts birds of paradise previouslysome of the been checked more two after the difficult and especially in only known rub a fittte salt on the end of each piece to exist in the highlands of the Onin long Btanfling case Usually thi3 mediciae and place the pieces in an earthern pot Peninsula have been lately obtained on will not require any aid to keap the bowels in add whole spices and cider vinegar to the Owen Stanley Itange Nineteenth goodordor Should the patient however re Â¬ cover the fish when the pot is nearly Century quire a cathartic medicine aft8r having taken full three or four doses of the Tonic a single dose Tie on a paper coyer and over this put an earthern cover to keep in all A Cleveland O landlord adopted of KENTS VEGETABLE EASILY FILLS will Bake in a moderate oven a novel mode of evicting a non paying be sufficient USE no other pilL the steam for three hours Fish cooked in this tenant recently He placed a heavy Price SL00 per Bottle 5ix Bottles for 85 J way is delicious and will keep two weeks piece of board upon the 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receipt or 75 cents by CTXCXXJTATr SA2 OIMWCTT 1 1 - ifeToicSffl a4 w- i M dre FEVER and AGUE Sole aiaaolacturers ClBnwaM AXLE No FRAZER CrC th- - tnr pscltasce ku sr Trade mark BurkeafrasW SOIAXYZB Ropt to Cut Off Hirsts1 celebrated jEtasd SKISUC CemUsd can not be sllppett by aay bans Sm- tne pieuuertoanyprtor Soldbyair freeonrecelptot8l Saddlery Hardware aaa HraeM Dealers Special discount to tnd Trade zarsend for Frice LUt JC- - LienrsoraxRschesterNT Beit In tke world GREASE Katae Jrr- toes iixTwr najui ut Tastgood IM Beat Cough Syrup by dnntgata Vw nt time Sold IB E BJ C lf KVBKY Cpfrfff k this State to sell TtfCtZmXRinJIrl BIO 8ELLEB BT PKOITTS BXU BCSEWSK particulars dreaUrs and Sony Book H UUUIJ ififfflniiUCABEMTWAiTEl Lit xfcg ator Â¬ The color produced by Buckinghams Dye for the Whiskers is permanent and left uncorked in a room at night not a mos- Â¬ natural To promote digestion to keep the body quito or any other blood sucker will bo healthy aud the mind clear take Ayers found therein the morning Mix potash Pills with powdered meal and throw into the rat holes of a cellar and the rats will de- Â¬ No mt boytbo ryse in wheat will barley part If a rat or mouse get info your make a man cereal well if he gets corned pantry stuff in its hole a rag saturated Premature decline of power in with a solution of cayenne pepper and either sex however induced speedily and no rat or mouse will touch the rag for permanently cured Book for 10 cents in Worlds Dispensary Medical Asso- Â¬ the purpose of opening a communica- Â¬ stamps GGS Main StkVet Buffalo N Y ciation tion with a depot of supplies Madk of all work the newspaper Jios Exchange The Scientific American says a bottle of the oil of pennyroyal if BULLS SARSAPARILLA The Principal BULLS WORM DESTROYER Popular Remedies of the Day Ofilce 831 Main St LOUISVILLE KT ELYS GBEAM BALM CatarH feFEYRJpJ Cleanses the Head Allays Inflammat i o n- Heals the Sore fiX and how to Dreeecra ttoa eantworkijfnllofincportat tiontoOTerr woman zsTrmmmomn ceipi of address and 5 stamps ifAl ExnucrXxnicnrxCo Detroit MiA colonWoriL T LADiES Hmiw FRANCIS SCOTT KEY Cliaract eristics ol the Talcnlvtl Author o the SlHr SpHnKled Krinner CULTIVATING CORN ton Commercial Bulletin Restores the FloKer Supplies Scad for our VwtnM etlogafc iUU orders solicited HOFFXASX SHMn 18TiSTSMTaaisi k IV - Kpoae l33al Molo 1 T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- iis Â¬ -- Francis Scott Key the author of the Star Spangled Banner was a prom- Â¬ inent citizen of the District of Columbia when I can first remember it He be Â¬ longed to an old Maryland family and was quite a noted lawyer serving for years as United Stales District Attor- Â¬ ney During this period he closed the haunts of vice at the metropolis and therq wvi less crime than before or aitcrwivd Mr Keys inind was in- entive imaginative and yet logical He reasoned wth great ingenuity and though his reasoning was- not alistruse nor very profound it never wanted vigor plausibility or effectiveness lie addressed himself to the jrood sense aud di crimnation of the judge and jury and though in a high degree poetical he seldom or never indulged in the mere ornaments of imagination or the daz-Â¬ zling fence of argument In early - A Few Points tho Importance of Which Is Not Generally Itecognizeu Of course every one knows how to Senses of Taste Let every one arrange to visit tho Cin- Â¬ cinnati Industrial Exposition It will prove Smell Hearing a rich treat See notice in this paper A quick Relief cultivate corn and niost farmers would laugh at the idea of beings told any thing new about it It is an easy matter certainly to run tlie plow or culti- Â¬ vator through between the rows and give the soil a gqpUl stirring up But does it ever occur to the mind of Ihe ordinary farmer thatJle may be doing the corn about as much damage as good Coritfis a Indeed so are most if not all plants Some feed deeper than others but none of them go very deep for food The tap roots rundown deep for water but the feeders keep near the warm sur- Â¬ face if there is sufficient moisture Tlic wetter the season the nearer the surface Â¬ surface-feeduig-plant cachnostrlland acreeabla Send Pisos Remedy for Catarrh is agreeable to use PriceSOcfsbynjailoratdrueglsta Qwego X for circular ELY BROTHERS Druggists T to use It is not a liquid or a snuff 50c NOVELTIES FOR that hs had It is a sleepy old coat Louis Chronicle no DECORATION nap in seven years St la Tms is the dudes own season thing is fresh and green Every positive Cure mzBz- uj 7XW - aad ill Drrel 1 Street ClaaU U FACE HAXS 7ESS t A particle is applted Into HfHEViR Artists and Amateurs Colors Lustra Painting 53 say V fPftrr 37 a IeirlSUAlbiny Pi Ultra HAHI I remedy Xree Black Hsadi mod thir I S Dr JOHMH WOOOJWRTi shortest oaribls KotaprticlepI time New taTaiale orself deafal Pay when cured Handsome book DK CJ Titasitr iuwu uityje- Tnr- with Sore Eyes use Dr Isaac ThompsonsEy o Water Druggists sell it 25c Outfits in Oil and Water If afflicted 65 pQ If a mans wife is well bred ha utwi wants ny but ker past and Repousse Send 156 West Focbtu Decorate Tour Home for complete Catalogues A 33 CLOSjSON Jr Sixet to 20 days tjayuBtr OPIUM jJxUMteattsXajM TO 38 A YounjrMen or Ladies Ineaca county PWaBGLEK CO Philadelphia Morphine XTablt Cwerf te 1 A MONTH 9 lv CINCINNATI O 3JATT Sample worth FREE Lines not underthe horses fees Writ JUXITSXX SAEEIX BXU UOLBXK COUlIjXitk SIS Isxt it paradoxical that 120 oclock is past one while 1 30 oclock is only half Texas como in again about 18bS ruff Hoston Transcript Siftings Qceex Elizabeth style is expected to This is indeed - ter-rons- -4 J te -- -- 1 py 1 1 -- he had devoted himself to muses and threw out from time to time poetical effusions which indicated no common talent Like all ardent and imaginative minds he loved to bathe in the Pierian fountains and to repose by the waterfalls of Helicon The law however is inimical to poetry or the indulgence of poetical feeling andlike Blacktoneand Story he aban- Â¬ doned the muses and devoted himself to tlie arid study and laborious practice of the law which he regarded with rever- Â¬ ence as a clence and believed with Hooker that her seat Was the bosom of God her voice the harmony of the world His political predilections however did not a together forsake him and his beautiful lyric the Star Spangled Banner written in the meri Â¬ dian of life showed that he could not wholly abandon his first love And yet it will appear strange that with all his poetical fervor his speeches at the Lar and elsewhere displayed nothing of a poet cal temperament and were dis Â¬ tinguished only by great sim plic ty of style with scarcely any attempt at ornament He believed that good sense and argument not embellishment at the bar were the priiu ifuuni cl torn of his good speaking as well as writing Mr Key died in January 1843 and was buried with other members of his family in a picturesque cemetery at Frederick City Maryland from which can be seen the Sugarloaf and Catoctin mountains In 1857 his brother-in-laChief Justice Taney published Keys poems in New York Tanev says in his introduction speaking of the Star Spangled Ban- Â¬ -w life the ner think from its great merit continue to be so especially in Maryland Like all men Mr Key had his faults but they were overshadowed by the splendor of his virtues He was ardent in his attachments but bitter in his enmities benevolent but prejudiced useful a a citizen and alike eminent for his philanthropv his political abil- Â¬ ity and his legal talents Ben Perley 1 one and will Thesongisbeonrnga National do they come for food Then if a dry season comes on they suffer quicklv from the drought Those nearest the It is betÂ¬ surface wither and die ter if they start in a rather the season and heavy dry fall comes on later Then they can rain put forth additional rootlets to reach up near the surface for the warmtli and sunshine and thus secure additional With corn the vigor and growth roots not only run near the surface but they run a long d stance clear across from hill to hill and one row to tho other When a field of corn has neared its full maturity the ground is oijo complete network of roots Run a plow or cultivator through between the rows and what must be the consequence The roots will be broken of course Long before the corn hasgotits growth and while the cultivator is still running tlie roots of the corn have got out with Â¬ in the reach of the culth ator teeth and are torn and broken by them This is all very well if root pruning is desired If not what is the proper course to pursue Why common sense says in the beginning cultivate deep and run close to the hills As the corn growths get farther and farther awtj from tlie hill and run the catevrtoi Thc last shallower and shallower time should bcmerosurface cultivating to break the dried crust of the earth and let in the air without d sturbing the roots The weeds should all be killed oirlyin the season First the harrow andthen the cultivator run deep should dispose of the weeds The subsequent cultivating clear of tlie hiils and on the surface should be only for the purpose of keeping the so 1 loose to check evap- Â¬ oration anil admit the a r Is not this a sensible view of the mannr and pur- Â¬ Potatoes pose of cultivating corn want a cool moist soil for the roo s to feed in but a warm dry ono for the Hence seed tubers to develop in dropped in a furrbw and covered with But straw will grow fine potatoes cup tho cup should bo in tho shape of a punch bowl Puck c Whex amateur sparrors contend for a When a woman wants to drive a hen sho shakes her dress at it Cloth shoos as it were Eauion Pa Itras Press i gentlemans boy is familiarly known as Chicago News old Pyes son Edward P Westox has walked 63500 miles since IStiS but he doesnt soom to have got vory far away Burlington Free Press St Locis has a citizen called Pye This Great men often rise from small begin- Â¬ says a writer They often rise nings from small en lings also c g the point of a pin V Y Herald m m It is stated that a young girl in Kew York is a skillful locksmith She is prob- Â¬ ably one of those whom Love laughs at Texas Siftings The first mention of clams in song is where John Anderson my Joe JohuV wife reminds him that they clam the hill Chicago Tribune together Educated tramps are rare They always eay I seen some wood They never put it I saw some wood PiiUonrgh Chron- Â¬ m icle m Lawks exclaimed Mrs Partington what monsters tho e master builders in ust bo I am told some on em have as many r n hundred hands Well yes perhnps it will bear that construction It is a curious fact that whenever a Brit Â¬ ish Parliament gets into hot water it is Bure to dissolve N 11 Independent Merely takmgcold sir as if you were stealing ice wW iliM nlllM fvaKI What arcyou doing there you rascal It looks to me Distress After Eating raparilla tones the stomach creates an appetite promotes healthy digestion relieves tho headache and cures the most obstinate cases of dyspepsia Read the following I have been troubled with dyspepsia I had but little appetite and what I did eat distressed me or did me little good In un hour after eating I would experience a faintness or tired all gone feeling as though I had not eaten anything Hoods Sarsapa rilla did me an immense amount of good it gave me an appetite and my food relished and satisfied the craving I had previously experienced It re-Â¬ lieved me of that faint tired all gone feeling I have felt m much tetter since I took Hoods Sarsa parilla that I am happy to recommend It G A Pack Watertown Mass NB Be sure to get only Is one of the many disagreeable symptoms of dysÂ¬ pepsia Headache heartburn sour stomach faint ness and capricious appetite are also caused by this very widespread and growing disease Hoods Sar corn wants a warm and moderately moist soil to feed in and its roots run along the surface unlike the feeding roots of the potato National Lice Stock Journal Hot Water Artesian Welt Â¬ Poore in Boston Budget om The United States has been the richest gold and siver producing coun- Â¬ try in tlie world though but little of the precious metals was found here before the discovery of gold in California in 1S48 Tlie chief produced was in the SouihegaStates The total amount of gold mroed in these States from the dis coveryfjfthe metal until 1873 was 20 000000From 1848 until1873 the to- Â¬ tal value of thegold producifof tho United The deepest artesian well in tlie world is that now being bored at Pasth for the purpose of supplying the public baths and other establishments with water A depth of 651 meters 3120 feet has already been reached and it furnishes 176000 gallons daily at a temperature of 158 deg Fah The mu Â¬ LSTEYEROSAnEHD-liMXQJiiSIOII-Rif- 18S6 72zixjsiliih HHnaHnHi Sg Hoods Sarsaparilla Eold by all druggists 51 six for J5 Prepared only by C I HOOD CO Apothecaries Ixmell Mass FOR SALE 12SiTO IOO Doses One Dollar flL SL GOOD T xas Pecos Co Land State will patent to buyer In W acre tracts SS00 each Real Estate bouRht Court House tStO sold or exchanppo Aaures3 wita sump T S c Milt 131 Vine Street Cf nefnnati O UtocMods orexsra ot PNSUMPTifll V went UM j 8t3 was laleV9995 nicipality have recently voted a large subvention in order that the boring may be continued to a greater depth not only to obt iin a larger volume oi water but ut a teuipnraturo oi 176 des Fak- - 10080 OARPENTEHS bttr tjwni Bead TWO BOTTLaarx PABLETHSATISH I OX CO ILKOE of LA W Chicago Fall Term be KlaKScprffl Forrirenlara4i- - llTJoonrChlcaga oa Wt dlMaMto t imit Mtmttet ton t WtT4g yn mm Na- - a- - 0Sisntis dmsrisih Farmers Butchers and others CAW 11 CDC rJLXnd W our IATJE MAKE of file Hand lUp Butcher Buct Pruulns tnd at than erer Two finds of Snws ao they cut FU6rfrefor JlSstrld circulars rnt Ad- - AJf WJS3JAy - B ysSJWBCI OAF5IUT o nortii JS lftn cill vis WR1TLWW AWMXTmUM9 war i r EPQf rm vr Hi Ji l -- 4 A- - -- V-T rf- - - Cc 1 - ifiiie in AfifjJi- - A d 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