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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w - -- rS 1- - f-- - ppeHts sent you as a specimen and you are Tespectfally requested to subscribe The price is Only - One Dollar a Tear Send us 1 to pay to Jan ls 1S88 -- r The Hazel Green Herald Owner and Editor SPENCER COOPER THE HERALD OF A BSOISY WORLD WITH MEWS FROSa ALL NATIONS 100 A YEAR Always ir Atone VOLUME n HAZEL GREEN WOLEB COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 7 1888 NUMBER 40 tucky aud so popular has this hostelry be- Â¬ TRADE AT THE come with commercial tourists that it is now The pro- Â¬ dubbed the Drummers Dream THE LAND WE LOVE AND THE LAND prietor is fair fat and forty and is known as the most versatile and liberal handler of Has a lareer circulation in the mountains of WE LIVE IN and Surgeon Si tb MAftrt zn M r truth in the State The yarn in fact that he Ar Eastern Kentucky than any paper in the of Places can not spin has neither chain nor filling and merchants and others wishing to State An Imperfect Pen Picture but not ho with his wife She sets the best secure the trade of Eastern Kentucky will And FeopUs HAZEL GREEN KY table is polite courteous and affable to all fold it THE BEST ADVEETISIXG MEDTUM to the extent that Mrs Pieratt is known far CAMPTON Advertising Rates and wide as the caterer to the commercial ISAAC TV 3IAPEL Transient advertieements 75 cents an Attoekey-at-La- w CAMPTOX THE COCSTYSEAT inch first insertion 25 cents an inch for of Wolfe county was located about twenty commihsary Gioing House J T F DAY Asd Reai Estate Agent each subsequent insertion forks of six years ago and is situated at the Established in January 1883 carry a stock STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS HAZEL GEEEN XY Swifts Camp JCreek a tributary of Ked embracing in the aggregate more than any 500 4 inches lyear1500 Will practice ia all the Courts of Wolfe 1 inch 1 year being eight miles fromjthe North Fork Eastern Kentucky They buy large- Â¬ 2 inches 1 year 900 5 inches 1 year 1750 River River and ten miles from the North firm incash and are enabled to sell at a low IpewdJ Menifee and Breathitt counties ly for of Red Title examined abstracts furnished tax- - 3 inches 1 year 1200 6 inches year 2000 Fork ot the Kentucky River It is situated profit to prompt paying customers Several S5 Special rates on larger advertisements paid for noH residontp real estate bought near tlie center oi me couniy mere mc separate departments are devoted to dry local notices 5c a line with 5 per cent off maav attractions in and about the place goods and notions hats caps boots shoes ABt seia uouecuons a specially for long time The noted Cave Spring with three different clothing furniture drugs fcc a each of jarilarringe and death notices free tri- Â¬ varietieaof water spouting up within a few which is presided over by a gentleman se-Â¬ TJIEKATT HOUSE A Drummers Dream of Heaven butes of respect and obituaries 5 cents a feet of each other and several other springs lected for his especial fitness Promptness line of varioub-- kinds of water are found in the in delivering goods is made a feature and Announcements of candidates for same localityvhich if properly improved any inattention or impoliteness on the part Joux H Pieeatt Pbofjuetor State or District offices 10 County offices would make Campton one of the greatest of an employe if reported will be promptly 5 calls on persons to become candidates watering places of this State corrected HAZEL GREEN KY and their answers 5 cents a Hue Payable G B 8 WAN GO Just north of the town and within a hnlf invariably in advance Deals in drv coods notions boots and mile of the court house is the line of oneof -The patronage f the traveling pub Â¬ the fincat belts of timber and mineral coun shoes clothing stoves and tinware in fact 1 solicited aad the proprietor will give TIME TABLE lic known in the world and one which is keeps constantly on hand a well selected the best he can get and charge you lightly Kentucky and South Atlantic Railway trieb destinedto be opened up to the outer world stock of every thing that is usually kept in The timber is of several varieties but con- a first class general store Will sell cneap ALACE HOTEL Standard time 22 minutes slower than ML sists principally of white and yellow pine for cash and no trouble to show goods Sterling time though we find a large amount of almost F MCOUIRE FRENCHBURG KY No 1 leaves Mt Stealing at 7 A St arrives every variety of timber more especially pop- Â¬ Keeps a general assortment of drygoods at Rothwell at S40 A if lar oak and walnut The belt that contains groceries hardware dec and has by honest J H WILLIAMS Proprietor arrives at this pine timber is about 20 miles wide and fair dealing built up a good trade 1 No 2 leaves Rothwell at 9 A 3 Tke patronage of the traveling public Is AM suitable for is Mt WT rftpectfally invited Iable tnc befit ana No S leaves Sterling at 1050 140 P M ar-Â¬ 40 miles long There the stone quality and Dealer in general CASKEY finest Mt Sterling at merchandise keeps a building purposes of Very attention to the comfort of guests rives at Rothwell at 320 P M in unlimited quantity while minerals of good assortment of goods and receives a lib- Â¬ No 4 leaves Rothwell at 345 P M arrives all kinds abound Iron ailver and gold ore eral pattonage KENDALL HOUSE at ML Sterling at 530 P M exist most notuble ot which is the bank I No 2 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A developed by Mrs Timmons There are BED RIVER PRECINCT jCoxxEK Main axd Phestonsburg Sts II and 157 P M trains on C O railway many places in the belt grand and pictur- Â¬ The neighborhood knows as Red River WEST LIBERTY KY for Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville esque notable of which is the Indian Stair Â¬ voting precinct was attached to this county E C Kendall - Proprietress No 3 connects at ML Sterling with 1105 A way acliff 200feet or more high the Light from Morgan county in the winter of 1877 8 Mrs O from the East and 136 House the Natural Bridge across Swifts It was formerly known as the Red River M train on C The table is supplied with the best the PM train from Louisville and Cincinnati Camp Creek the Devils Race Track and hunting grounds and about the year 1850 Sff Montgomery county court day special the Devils Kitchen Market affbrdK Experienced hand in charge there was not exceeding 12 voters in the leaves Rothwell on the 3rd Monday in each Within 400 yards of the court house is a boundary There were until eight or ten f stable Cnarges reasonable month at 730 A M arriving at Mt Sterling coalj mine which supplies all the fuel for years ago quite a number of deer in that EOBGE E TUCK at 9 A H Returning leaves Mt Sterling Campton and would furnish an adqeuate neighborhood where the boys usually went at 3 P it arriving at Rothwell at 430 P M supply for 20000 inhabitants while four to have a chase This wilderness is being WITH Leaves Rothwell for Mt Sterling at 5 P il miles south of town is the famous Hobbs rapidly converted into cultivated farms and WHITE GREEN k HUFFAKER GEO B HARPER Snpc coal mine Only one mine in the United being settled up by industrious working Wholesale Dealers in States equal to it It faces six feet four in- men who are clearing out fields and build- Â¬ ches of fane coal It is one of the best cok- Â¬ ing houses in every hollow At this time it LOCAL ing coals that our State Geologist has ever is a voting precinct of nearly 100 voters has tested There are numerous reins that have a fine stoam saw and grist mill five water C15 Weat Main Street JL L White Alfred Combs majority over Patrick in been opened throughout the entire country mills five school houses and one church V J B Green this district is 1531 and Taulbees majority The town is beautifully located ina valley It is filled with first class farmers and one LOUISVILLE KY over Hurst is 746 J A- - Huffier J surrounded by hilltops on cither side over- Â¬ passing through would at once take it to be looking the town The country is thickly an old settled country The forests are of O C LYKINS John Evans has added another flower to raz5 the soil is productive and adapted the finest poplar and walnut known in the his flock a girl with dark lashes and lumin Â¬ settled principally to corn wheat oats and grass State us well as all other varieties of timber onty Attorney Real Estate Agent ous blue eyes Johns a hummer red clover and herd grass being most suc- Â¬ and all they need to make itthe most prosper- Â¬ and Netary Public Subscribers will please excuse our crowd- cessful Fruit of all kinds is grown by the ous and wealthy part of the county is a rail Practices in all Courts in Wolfe and A3 ed columns this week Just as soon as pos farmers to a limited extent but yields well road for traueporting the timber in tha sec- Â¬ the finest jeiaisg Counties and Court of Appcalr sible we will berin to print both sides of It is adapted to fruit and one of nc nuum tion There is also plenty of coal which is grape countries on ine giouu said to be of the finest quality and ranging our paper at home 3llections a Specialty gladly welcome men of euterpiise to devolop from three to five feet in thickness Cahptox Wolfe Couxtt Ky improve our country and get our pres- Â¬ Mrs Marv Nickells select school of Ezel and inhabitants out of their old fogy ideas StatiHtics of1Volfo County is advertised in this issue and friends of ent public roads lead education in that NEW AND ELEGANT liberal patronage section should give her a Sixone church buildinginto Camptou There The Auditors report for 1886 shows as folto the which belongs is M E Church South thoughfjoccupied by lows There are 1206 voters 2235 children ARM HICH Â¬ We are this week compelled to omit all three other denominations Christinn Reg- between the ages of six and attwenty years 468333 90 Baptist and M E Church who each 157049 acres of land valued correspondence but will give as much as ular regular services once a month There town lots valued at 30108 We have 1172 hold possible in next issue and hope soon to be is a prosperous Union Sabbath School which horses valued at 66001 284 mulc3 valued able o print a lull paper all denominations attend and much credit at 16470 3443 sheep valued at 53074 hogs EW1NG MACHINE and THE is due the worthy Superintendent S S 649 40253valued at 7284 373S cattle valued The Weekly New York World 2047 hogs over six months old Combs for his faithful work The following at E BEST BTJZ 2 O OTHBH Hazel Gbkck Herald with a 320 page 2S of tobacco he mailed is the membership of the several churches 22 studs and jacks 58145 poundsof corn and History of the United States will M E South 120 Christian 52 Baptist 25 865 tons of hay 1797S5 bushels mffcm to anyaddrcfs one year for 200 M E Church unknown There is a Ma- Â¬ 22600 bushels of wheat The valuatiou un sonic Lodge in good working order which der the equalization law is bfcut value oi Sec our proposition published clpewhere owns its hall that is also used for the high pleasure curriage 709 value of gold sil- Â¬ in which we propose to send The Hekalu school There are fortv Masons in good ver ware tc 4256 The total value of one year and forty five books postage pre- Â¬ standing There are five store doing a gen- Â¬ property ua assessed is 743439 Amount paid for only 200 and tubEcribe now eral business but as to amount we can not of revenue paid to the Stite is 317751 correctly sayTheie stores are owned by Our population in 1380 was 5658 We have Fox Sale W T L C Caskcy Hazel men of high standing and could if they 17 pauper idiots who draw 75 each per an- Â¬ BSSSslBSSTiwT m xfimik Ti Vw Green Ky have a distillery outfit consist- Â¬ would getNiut of their old fogy ideas do an num from the State and 1 pauper lunatic PH ing of one still and worm 40 good tubs unlimited amount oi Dusiness These figures were taken one year ago Our which they wish to sell or trade pumps We can not boc why they should not sell voting population is now 1327 the inhabit Â¬ on reasonable terms an immense amount of goods to all parts of ants will number over 7000 our assissed the county if they would only make an ef- property will as indicated by the assess- Â¬ The Kentucky Union railroad has been fort and avail themselves of the grand op Â¬ ment now iu progress will be fully 900000 sold to the Standard Oil Company This portunity offered them by The Hekald of Our poll tax is 125 There arc only five company is one of the richest in the United a noisy world of extendin3 their business to counties in the State that pays less We States and the prospect for the early com- Â¬ the limits of the county and into adjoining have 7 steam and 12 water nulls 25 church pletion of the road ib very good counties by advertising liberally making buildings 42 school houses 1 college build Â¬ Two war on prices and offering inducemts to the ing second to none east of Lexington llcv J 3L Wheeler wh3 preached at the people of our town and all over the country voting precincts under local option and a Methodist church on last Saturday night They have a good country a good people county judge that will not issue license to will begin a meeting at the Rose school and all thev lack is the push and energy in sell spirits at any time or place 2 Masoniu house on Lacy creek on Saturday before business of a western town to make their lodges with buildings The county owns a fcTfrTJJ The IiADIES FAVOETEB because the 4th Sunday in this month at 11 oclock own boom They have one steam saw and poor houhe farm where the county jauper flouring mill with other machinery attached are comfortably cared for We maintain as it is XJGHT RUlZNnSGc and does A M thereto One cabinet shop one brick yard good roads as any county in the mountains saeb beautiful work Agents Pavor advertisements of Be certain to is a quick and easy seller our Mt Sterling read the in this issue and one wagon shop two blacksmith shops sev The county officers judge sheriff county ifebeeause it friends oa carpenters and two hotels They have attorney county clerk circuit clerk jailer certain to deal 16DK WAITED ISjOTPIED IMIOBY when you visit that city be are all reliable four preachers who are licensed but some assessor school superintendent and survey They with them only of them do not follow their calling perhaps or are all moral men and members of the houses and you can save money by spending an close as they might They have three church 3HL OXJEg OTXTJ f T7L T B TAULBEE M D HE a GERALD WOLFE COUNTY I ASK YOUR ATTENTION D Plpcian PEOPllIPrl COilS Hats and Gaps 5 Mt Sterling Ky When you visit our city look out forthe CASH SIGN on Main street CASH means every article at rock bottom prices T guarrantee this to you as I keep no books credit nobody sell for CASH onlyv 1 am dealer in watches clocks and jewelry Rogers Bros 1849 knives and forks spoons table and tea every thing to be found in a first class jewelry store I arnolso dealer in Soots Shoes and Gents Furnishing Soods Ladies Fine Shoes the best that is made Childrens Shoes in alL sizes and styles Gents Fine and Heavy Boots Now good people remember that I am the only firm in our citr that sells for CASH ONLY this is the firm you want to find to save you a BIPER CENT No trouble to show goods Asking yon to call when in the city and hoping to see you soon I remain Respectfully yours r- M Main Street W VOWELS - Â¬ 1 ipF Mt Sterling Ky OQO flJiMfrfflHiiiy LOOO ARE NOT RECOMMENDED TO OOOO OOOO 9 ISlllilllS PILLS 3TT OOO A OOOO OOOO OOO Ml alCow or ir 1 CK1 us Lay t n NOR DO G I Â¬ Boots and Shoes NEWS Â¬ 3SE Â¬ MM d Ulliu a yilui But if you are Dizzy3iave Cold Feet liave a taste inyour rnoutli like sometliin rotten or a breath that would make your best friend hold you off to prevent too close contact feel irritable thick headed and no account generally just scttle it that your LIVSB is inactive and try these Little Sugar Coated Pellets This is an advanced age and the time for Pills of the Hen Bgg pattern must go Concentration is the order of this day CALVERTS LIVEB PILLS are vegetable remedies ENTIRELY and in the most concentrated form any Physician may havejthe formula by addressing ill iiiliu I 1 4 JENNIE JUNE ra i CALVERT A GKOS3AIAX Co JOHX F- - FKANK GOUVIOT BCUXECTEIfc GROSSMAN GOUVIQN CO WHOLESALE JlASUFACTURBIiS OF ic iff Hi dllllloij ildlliDDD BRIDLESrC 74 and 76 MainStreet lis it 5S IIP srtia ga a monev with them JUXE MHUFACTUBIRG CO Cer LaSalie ATEiise ml omnia ILL Street CHICAGO INFORMATION MANY PERSONS Ilaccl Green Academy is advertised in this weeks issue to open on January 3d with a competent corpa of teachers and every parent should iee to it that their children enter with the year This is fast getting to be the best school in the land at this season suffer from HcadacJn XATIIifc WXtlHX - neither in xIHiirJisFe BBBBBKtfX XAniba Fains Jfcuralffia Hheutnatism tha jmXmriConstpaitonlLidneifTroublc8 yindu jcstionTyscpsla Sides Had Hlood Heck and SecTthe advertisement of Hazel Green Academy and send your children there to be educated This institution is doing a great work for this section and should be patronized liberally We will next week speak more fully of the enterprise dents the countv attorney sheriff deputy sheriff jailer and county and circuit court W Y Demarce will begin a select school court clerks who are all gentlemen of standat Campton January 3rd 1SS7 He respect- Â¬ ing and an honor to the town Also one ex fully invites the patronage of teachers and other friends of education Maps charts comfortable room thorough instruction and reasonable rates are some of the induce- Â¬ ments offered For further information write Â¬ doctocs two lawyers two schools one music teacher and onemillinery store The town was on astand etillpuntil about three years ago Since that time the court house has been finished in good style 21 dwelliug houses erected one Htorc housebuilt and the foundation of another laid which is to be a brick besides many other valuable im provements that have been made on various buildings Campton has about 300 inhabit- Â¬ ant 55 legal voters a town ogauization with a police judge marshal and a full board of trustees a treasurer and secretary The town is noted for its officers It has as resiÂ¬ Â¬ The colored people have 17 voters 156 acres of land worth 480 9 horses worth exempt from taxation The total assessed value of their property is 916 They raised 800 bushels of corn and 165 bushels of wheat They have 55 children between the ages of eix and twenty years one school district with a good and comfort- Â¬ able school house in which a good school is maintained each year with good attendance ajuJucmiLwiMUJii3jnnwJmrgn wr PV r Â¬ THE COLORED POPULATION 27 17 335 IS eheep worth 16 cattle which are hogs worth 22 EESJS S3 SIP F5JraJr3 ffiffiagajn jLjm mt Ai 1CS8I1 S iler S 9 - YOUKA CORDIAL CURES RHEUMATISM VsA Blood and Kidney Troubles by clcaaslaj the Wood of alllUiiajuritleacrstlieaEg nil puis to Mr Dcmaree at Campton r tf the body V0L1HA CORDIAL CURES SICK HEADACHE loniac the nerrefl and streagthealsg the isnsclee YOUKA CORDIAL CURES S7esralpaTiln8 la the LirabsBacJc aad Sides bj DYSPEPSIA We have a word of kind advice to the vari ous will be cauidatcs for state offices which is this If you want the mountains of East Â¬ ern Kentucky to know of your candidacyyou can reach more voters through an announce- Â¬ ment in The Herald than any other paper in the State Our column for annouuec incnts is open and terms reasonable Â¬ TudiKwUoa aad ConstfpaUoaby aldiaj the asi ilatlry of the Food through the proper sctica of the cmch It cretes healthy appciite YOUKA CORDIAL CURES HERYOUSHESS LOUIS STIX Dry Goods NOTIONS Cincinnati iIERTBBtS ACkniirf Agency A partv of hunters composed of T P Fip Winn Reeie E O Jouett and John McClintock from Winchester chaperoned -- i YOOKA CORDIAL CURES OVERWORKED by John Spaniard JSickell bagged 6o4 par pad Delicate Womea Inaynad Sicily Children tridges here last week and claim that they hi delightful aad nutritious as a general Tonic it could have done better but for their small Diary Tolina Almanac aadcomplete 1887 A shot Thej say there are more and larger for useful Book handsome to CUKE telllcc ho nsd birds here than in any country they ever good roads through the county DISEASES at HOME in a pleasant natural way The proposed Kentucky Union railroad hunted dialled on receipt ofaSc postage Btasjp Addresa as surveyed passes through the center of the CHEMICAL CO VOLIHA DRUG It wont do to get drunk on green whisky county from the Powell to the Breathitt BALTIMORE MO U 8 A especially if it was incubated by the pale countv lines and passes through Campton 22n r3pli ravs of the moon Let the truck season a Should it be built it will give a market for few days and it wont have such an uncon the coal and timber and make this one of trolablc tendency to reduce your spinal col- Â¬ the richest and best revenue paying counties umn to the flexibility of a bugcv whip If in the State you want to go round like an om fashioned pair of winding blades and have your coco HAZEL GREEN XKTOSTKSfi AXD JOSBEES OF anut bobbing up and down like the head Is situated on Red River in the northern block of a flax break just get your anatomy part of Wolfe county It has about 325 in on the outside of green nabitantP four general stores three doctors mash whisky and you will have three lawyers two blacksmitns two carpen- Â¬ it to your hearts content Weve been ters two hotels one steam saw and flouring there Lickisg Valley Scorcher mill two ministers of the Gospel and three churctes M E Church South Presbyterian When I read the sorrowful lines which and Christian all with a good membership announced the death of the excellent wife One high school the Hazel Green Academy AND of Prof X B Hays at Wichata Kan recent- Â¬ which will open January 3d 1SS7 Hazel ly I sadly realized the melancholy truth Green is surrounded by arich fertile coun- Â¬ that another pure heart had ceased to beat try the best farming land in the county another bweet life had gone out anothor Numerous mineral springs abound in and star had been blotted from the horizon of around town some of which possess great social life and another Christian called to healing properties making it one of the the endless enjoyment of the unseen in Par- Â¬ healthiest locations in the State THED SiCS k TOIOU BTSSSTS THE PIERATT HOUSE adise of our God To me she was more In July 1866 John H Pieratt the presthan friend and from the emotions of a heart full of appreciation for her womanlyÂ¬ ent proprietor moved into a dwelling house virtues and love for her pure christian char- on the corner of Main and Broadway once acter I weave this chaplet to her memory known as the Tillman Johnson and C B pf ouSerswfco vUS to examine ttiis paper or obtain sumates bedew it with tears and lay it beside the Needham property w hich he enlarged and affection will improved from time to time at an expense when In Chicago wt find it on hie it flowers which the hands of n J3rtwne tpae of about 2500 until he now has one of the plant upon her new made grave pprcasloa of eplrits aad Weakness by eslivea lag aad toning the systec Â¬ JD Â¬ representative of the Kentucky legislature in the person of Hon C M Hanks who is known far and wide for his hospitality honor and integrity He is one of our oldest citizens lived where he now resides when the country was a perfect wilderness and he is known aV the father of Wolfe county and has spent his best days for the good of his country The country around Canrapton is in a fine state of cultivation We find in all parts wherever we go good farms covered with fine grass upon which thev graze their stock A man traveling over the neighbor- Â¬ hoods of Devils Creek Chalybeate Springs Flat Woods Bear Pen Creek Holly Creek Stillwater and Calaboose will readily come to the conclusion that the farmers are indus trious clever and hospitable people Farms are being cleaned up in every hollow and what was once a wild wilderness is fast being converted into fields ot grain and grass aud covered with a greatly improved stock of Â¬ Select School The undersigned will begin school in Ezel Morgan county MONDAY JAN 3 18S7 which will continue five months and she kindly solicits a liberal patronage from all friends of education Faculty Mrs Mary Nickell Genral Literature Mrs Anna J Fields in Instru- Â¬ mental Music TERMS OV TUITION 111 wr the present luy it U nlmot unlerUy acknowl m nylon remedy Worm Confection mtule mare fty rhu mwi In k if dioue have been manufactured all over the country hut their short oFlie is nearly exhausted aad Other cause thnn trarm and are nuHtrnanmintlr thranir rtl kiu they aruirritable and feverishmumi oraetlTiv cravinsr food and eatins to iinii restlessly in sleep moanin and srrindinK the teeth then be ravenously again assured thewTsyiaptouia iVe indication of HUUIiS llany a helpless child has been laid in the srrave when tho disease which caused it death ha ben en- i v tirelv misunderstood and when wnnm him wnllT hwmis iri parents ejpecially mothers who wilh then children 8cannot more corwteatJr be earKet T anerJwefpns observing thejtrof symptom of xcormsjor to surely asare exitSey caa they b airipand speetitfv removed from the most delicate the timely nso of VertBKL practice and many 1SVldu 1Te2mtcn testify to its1Euniform success In fact is of the most eminent of tho country prorlon from all parts o never fails It ba c mniw twiicij b u kmo the causa or of w rnn wre discharged and immediate unrne not suspecting caution must tfielunesx and large QaasUtlea relief afforded Great be ued by every purrhaer b ni orn Jurf in one aenye and to examine every bottle he buys ot it The timple name of Fahxxstocx to not i He must look closely and carefully to see that tho Initials ore S - A riBvarocr nail h miLt-U -lrm fli d with notuiair eNe NEW KRXKKTIf HOWARD CO 5IO Curat doe Xz J E Jvhurartz Co Mttsburn Pa Havinsr asd the original B A Fahaestock Venal brtlewcTlFabne utvl Koine of that most excellent txiga in my practice for many years 1 have no hesi Â¬ hvt toofc3 remedv B A Vrmlfueiaml found to tancy inrecommendinjrltasremedy hivo the dofiiml effect I think your vcrmU age it whicb to soft can not safely bedUpened with In any family reliable anitglcieat in all caea where a Yermifuga is Yon p tc J YV UL BBARD H D needed TH03- - H-- HASDTJt D CO b olIiziAiilZ Pittssrg Pa Sale ieters B A Fohne8tock Co I eiurns i n mm a wms n yyn war CINCINNATI O X mu cffarml as a romedy for Wornw aad from thai time It reDatatiun has steadUv lnervajml until throughout neari r all rrarti nf Uwwnrlri m h tHo r s years 2STABLISHED wince this medicine lK IttenowfrlaUtT Iee VERm IFUGE fnby nllr tn -- - iM-ia- n- t 1 Prff WAN CO - DEAIEE is - c Languages Music 1 50 Board per week Address Mrs MARY F NICKELL Primary Department Intermediate 0 25 7 50 85 15 00 GSNEBAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY KEErd COX8TAXTLY OK HAND A FULL ASSOEXEEST OF v But buy Kellys STEEL axe It is the most perfect axe made Also buy STEEL horse shoes They will outwear iron And use STEEL nails They cost the iainc as iron For sale in Hazel Green by GB Staple and Fancy Dry Coods Ready made Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ ies Stoves and Farming Implements In fact everything usnally kept in a firat elosa country store and aiEOTT03f PRICES AIjo will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due me all kinds of Country Produce and Live Stock of every description CO SWANGO W T CASKEY ST MeWiliiams NEW Co Stable F McGUlRE JP ROGERS TFITH Chiles KY Agents for Fastern Kentucky MT STERLING Thompson Si Co Livery Sale and Feed SHIPLEY DOISY GO 3IT STERLING KY Drovers and Traders Headquarters The attention of horse and mule especially invited to our facilities handlim ot stock and we invite all fr of Uinins conntiC9 10 us wueu m me civ dealers for the traders cul1 on ftilirrillkiilUiin Bring me you r work SG and optical coods SjSU and it v ill be neatly and promptly re 5paired at reasonable prices Hoping by 3nonest work aud fair prices to merit 5vour patronage I remain g-- Yours truly T F CARR do all kinds of gI am nowonprepared toClocks Jewelry WatchcR 5urepairing the Veil style Tdry CINCINNATI t- - ooDSn OHIO js n -- mi stom Â¬ fi REENWADE HOUSE FRENCHBURG KY cfVnP V IrVMJKM Ltjla M Phillips best hotels ia the mountains of Eastern Kcn- - T J COPE Proprietor Table supplied with all delieaeies of the season Special attention to commercial toujists made Suits Our goods are tailor made and corset fitting Immense line of Mens Boys and Childrens Boots Hats Caps and Underwear A HanSOnie Illie I OI Cor 4th and Elm Streets Hx CLARKE WITH SR Go TOWNSEND WITH JOBBZROF - Sievers Garson Hardware Wm H Fullerton CHILLKTHf O I 637 W Main Street Caps Hats Glare m Straw CxhI TJartrsttw LOUISVILLE KY rp ESWte - r V r I 4 ft f l PITH AND POIHT ALASKAS CAPITAL her but at the present moment she has nothing to do wth them and they have Evidence of the Antlqnlty of Sltki One There are but fa feoraes tfeafc write home Davy was seventeen a nice joined the rest of old Mr Harbutts CHAPTER it Called ew Archangel stand without tietngaad there art bright lad in a merchants office Maud property and Lewis Simpson has them SFENCEE COOPKK Proprictw Maud had opened the two drawing chapter in mossy town that mQiuJosk Billings It is a grassy and a for three years had taught as a daily room wlndqws and let down the VeneCan you understand how what is hers is When narrowed dofra to The treasure had to lie in John BryÂ¬ also his All the Year Hound governess Catherine was the domestic i tians over them so that the room should gathers about the Russian chapeL All HAZEL GREEN EENTUCKT that most John Bryant was mainstay of the house and the house be cool and shady How cool and sum- Â¬ ants strong room of the old houses were built to last a3 swim the hard worksurprise tkest would during the past year had had to admit mery it ail looked Ladies fingers can a stockbroker as Mr Boyle had been thev are likely to do for many genera men can stand eyes deater STABLE MANURES and was in truth a man whose friend- THE SONGS WE SANG a lodger It is said that quiet think of iC so so casny give simpio uecorauons an air ship to the B cg had lagted on from tions to come They are log houses to self command Come This lodger liad been a silent nervous of grace and refinement llien she left They Should 1 berthem staging together Mtr f the old dayg 0j their pr03perity He was How Renovation of Be Preserved for the all the public buildings the once does a quiet mouth PkiladeZj old gentleman who gave no trouble Sods Worn Out My eljhbers over the vray lllilU room and went into tne one be an upright man and he guarded the in- Â¬ fashionable officers club and many of old whatever a perfect godsend of a lodger hind those two had been dear old Mr Aalsk fur a moment renting While the renovation of soils may be Aktae la tlj twilight gray the residences solid square brown logs Why 13 that wrty who is ne in fact He was order Itself None of llarbutts rooms and also those of the terest of the Boyles as well as if they possible without the use of stable man- Â¬ were his own He locked the strange his belongings were ever allowed to tiresome Miss Paynes Ths back room one upon another until you come pleased with anytaing at all really Xyarlta O niy darlin Italian bonds which were Mauds ures we must never overlook them a3 laid the roof Sometimes the logs are most contented party Why because hat i3 the world to me litter his rooms He read a good deal was shady and at once the blind was to At the tonch of a sons In the twilight rTlrkir factors in this work n ill Itinni At present they but his books had the r places orderly drawn up to the ton and tne window flMrlc vou see nothing satisnes mm It has almost ceased to be tiey must le while inauiries were made are the main dependauts of the farmer clapboarded without and they are all rlnnt i re- - j Turing on their shelves and were read and WOUld TO thrown open as high as Toa were safe la my memory dearest lathed and plastered within The floors read annotated and digested But his There was in the room an It chest of c tn Mimr nwnArelim Skip the hard words dear old It is not generally thought that farms are solid and the stairs also and the But the many weary vears Maud a stranger went to strangers residence with them came to an end for drawers the piece of furniture that Mr Aad the need of strength for the struggle can bo brought up and maintained in wonder i3 how the town can ever go to school mistress to one of her pupil And the little tlmo lor tears certain relatives came home to live in Ilarbutt had once said was worth more new claims came upon her days a doesnt they are only the names of foretM England after a long absence in India than all else tiie room contained put to- Â¬ wider new life came circling about her fertility without its use A large c ss ruin save by fire for wood logs ex-Â¬ countries and you will never De XB strong I shall belansh to morrow tme each week seemed to her to be of farmers labor under the idea that rot in Alaska but wll lie in I shall and he was persuaded to go and end his gether again Boston TranscripL 1 shall carefully closewith the rerft growing more full more rich in a only by increasing the liye stock upon posed to all the changes of the seasons them lifes bargains days with them His due payments It was beautifully made the dark old And win as I may the best Rich Uncle Now sir devise sots for an indefinite period I saw In a and a handsome present he made the oak was of the finest grain and how while she grew to look upon herself in the farm can its fertility be enhanced not wood back of the town an immense method by which your expenses will are pat OTaalne own my only girls set the household on a very easy delicately weie the joinings and corners the New Cross life as a dim possibility Â¬ never While this is no doubt in part erroneand be above vour income Mine o nlshtl am yours alone comfortable footing several fitted A reeded line was carved or so surely was she absorbing all the in- Â¬ ous it is a pretty safe rut to fall into log It was in the primeval forestlying Nephew triumphantly for cw loves and hopes and duties Then lets weeks weeks in which search was tur icd at the frontage of each drawer fluences of the pleasant kindty luxuri- The farmer who adheres strictly to this below it were layers of other logs gray as the twilight grown f Are J know trade incomes M T GrapMe- I made for a new lodger Many on its top too making an artistic bor- Â¬ ous home where she taught two young policy will seldom be found with a run- Â¬ crosswise and in confusion the solid ob Jtfydarllnut Omydarlinjjl below me was a fool John Grap You are applied but none were quite of the right der or finish to its level polish there girls The bonds still lay unowned by out soil He will properly appreciate not how far JDo yon near them where you are earth for mats of thick moss and deep served that gentlemans better half aa Trom the far lone grave where I left you sort after the kind orderly quaint was the same reeded decoration running dint of wisely framed advertisements the value of stable manures So Ive been thinking nrjR beds of dead leaves filled the hollow3 frrily Or from yon dim holy star claimants came forward whose preten- Â¬ old gentleman The money lilt red four square Another and I regret to say a much between the logs but this log nearly Sear ever since I married you Each drawer had two sions would not bear the sifting of law-Â¬ away and it was clear that the Bovles pendant and triangular brass handles Tesyour heart break with wild longing larger class of farmers seem to have xVew Baven Aww above To rit In the twilight grav must accept another lodger or be very They copy these olcl things nowadays yers questions The bonds were still as yet no rational idea as to the real three feet in diameter was seed no the soothing reply onr head on my fcnee and sing with me Punch once told a droll story of pinched indeed They at lat accepted but this was a veritable antique Five Mauds as John Bryant would have it value of even stable manures But lit- Â¬ them all and out of it from a Old songs in our olden way doubt imbedded in the bark had sprung man who being suddenly raised fe though a year had run by since the sumÂ¬ two sisters of the moit tiresome and drawers in all and in the top and most tle is manufactured on the farm and a tree that is to day as great in girth as Sad or glad or foolish riches exclaimed in the fullness of k exacting characters Kate and Maud shallow one a key protruded from its mer day when she had found them old 60n 3 e knew hAii 1J Mauds gay prophecy of good fortune that little is not half cared for or ap the log that lies pro trate beneath its satisfaction Oh that I could stand slaved for them but service was weari- Â¬ keyhole Maud remembered the whole our dreains ran on In an undertone A roots These mghty roots have clasped the road and see myself ride past ia nvjr coming to them was gradually being p icd O- - the Joys some as it must be when dry thankless thing as long as she rcmeiybcred any that would all come true It is a scandalous fact that upon that log in an everlasting embrace and fulfilled Harry had really sent over a hearts claimed it days it had stood good round sum to his mother Davy many rich prairie farms of Dlinois struck down into the soil below You carriage My heart is nigh to breaking tiling for in olden My tears are falling fast A maazinc discusses the question If ony Mr Harbult were back in the nursery In those days the top got a rise in his office a cous n of Mr Iowa and Minnesota where cheap can coniecturo how long the log has Are you too glad to remember W Why a girl should go to college sighed Mau i Dear how funny he shallow drawer was just as exact y Boyles came to live w th them at stables were built in the early days that been lying there in that tangle of mighty The twilight songs of the past why she should She never see was was the laughing echo to her level a the othr drawers had been and brought a cood addition to manure should be allowed to accumu- Â¬ roots yi t the log is to day as sound a dont I would bear my own lifes burden sigh Kate was a bright soued being fancy nurse allowing the family purse Times were no long- Â¬ late untl there was no longer room to bit of timber as one is likely to find anyÂ¬ can learn to throw a ball straight enough methodical And the woe that might have been youra to stand well in her classes and it and always ready to make the beat of thatVight hand corner to project in that er hard times To lceep vou happy in Heaven Search was made for get into the stable and out and the where proper for her to play foot And af e from this lifes false lures wouldnt their troubles un ghtly way If the piece of furnture Mr Harbutts nephew whom the old stable was moved to save the labor of Alaska is buried under forests like ba TingIbe Ling Burdette I wonder whether he is as happy had not been so seasoned by age one JJut just to night my darling now had getting out the manure It was easier mean that part of it which is I would give the world that we wth those grand folks as he was here might have supposed that the wood had gentleman they by anyremembered than to move a pole and board or straw thesestillI cased in ice and snow A late Father startng down towni never spoken of other name not Mittlit be singing old songs tpgether as he chose He had all his th ngs just stable than to move a hundred or more official gave me out of his cabinet a rel o les Robert my son always keep in warped at that one corner Maud was that of Lew s With 3our head upon my knee Now was Lewis says and always and Kate with a duster in her hand bent upon straightening it All the a Christian name or a surname As loads of manure The value of the of the past It is a stone pestle rudely mind what your mother Mamie S Paden in the Folio the ladies were out for the dav looked four lower drawers were provided with pointed as could be done advertise- Â¬ manure did not even enter the ques- Â¬ butsymmerically hewn evidently the sav please- - Though a little word it round on a chaos Where should she their fresh white paper lining and now ments went the round of the country tion This condition of things exists work of the aborigines The pestle indeates the gentleman- - Here wife Troy begin to straighten somehow some one had locked th s top concerning unclaimed stock The even to the present day in localities with several stone implements of domes- Â¬ hold my overcoat and hat ELGINS EEEPINS Strange that he never writes Maud drawer had forced the lock and bent Boyles did and always would insist up while in all sections of the country can tic utility was found by a party of pros- Â¬ Time mused great class of farmers the key Wasnt Built That Way onthe belief that the Italian bonds be- Â¬ be found this but little upon their pectors who had dug under the roots of Story Fitly Illustrating This Did he ever write dear Kate said who reckon Well have you straght was longed to Mr Harbutt Eleven feet beneath the She could rflnp a sweet sopraao andcoald a giant tree piles and scatter them out write letters I mean He composed Mauds cry to herself as sue worried paw tbe pand piano Juvenile Sentiment Have an advertisement giving hs manure fields more because it is the surface directly under the tree and sur-Â¬ And had traveled from Galveston to Cape and he imagined and he ruminated but the old key Never a bit would it move over the rounded by gigantic roots this pestle Ann until those nephews looked him up I except indeed to fix itself more firmly name sa d Maud in a letter homeness custom than from any real desire to en- Â¬ together wth others of a similar char- Â¬ But she could not boll a pot and sewing a Miss Maud is losing her bus CHAPTER I land believe he received as much as withm the intrcacies of the lock rich the r knew not dont acter and with mortars and various head was John Bryants answer when Tor she never was constructed oa taas Some men seem to have a blind fath utensils were scatfered through the so L spraw- Â¬ one letter a month certainly he never Maud cried Hullo cried a boy who was Til physic you plan they told him what she had said in an allwise and provident Providence Most of the collection went to the Smith- Â¬ A moments run down stairs for some Findings wroe one ling on a nursery floor Richmond Baton- The things are a nightmare to me They seem to think that the land is sonian Institute and perhaps the r No I suppose not Where was that oil and plrysie was tried Some few Mrs Boyle said keepins Heres the maters sixpence Willie Freshington Wouldnt it bet bound to yield if they continue to one letter from that he sent when he more wrijrslinsrs and turnings and hev Th Mi my goo lady we will have scratch the surface and sow the seed orgn and history may be some day nice if we could stroll together this way1 she lost a week ago1 presto the magic is done the lock is the advertisement printed at once Shall left con ectured How many ages more I Miss Hunter This is so and- You are vulgar was the rejoinder These are the men who run down our wonder will be rcqu red to develop the aiwavs he iooened the drawer is opened Durham but thats nothing first Harbutt who comes have the Fresh ngtont You had better made to this by a very small girl larms and move West They are sort resourc s of this vast only went there to see somebody who coun- Â¬ denMr mamma However opened does not mean a them Willie F Yes but speak to of land pirates robbing their successors try She Maud was in her rightful do Â¬ had some rare manuscripts He sa d simultaneous cure of its uneven corner When the tardy darkness fell upon sav hadnt I better speak to my mother Her adviser was a bit testy sod It is moral main the nursery Harry was an in- Â¬ that in the letter he was going to see Oh no Pu hing and dainty humoring It was a September evening and the to the skin land aEven if wrong to Sitka toward m d light the town was first Rambler our own hardly more silent than it had been this nephew at Edinburgh and then are neith r of any ava Uic drawer scene was a luxurous drawing room in thus terloper and the terror of the method-Â¬ A news item says A man in Lake do not suffer from our im- Â¬ throughout the day A few lights were children found a place to take to its pristine not ical nurse who would have the children when the people settle down with them simply will Maud work a strong will and a Yorkshire country house It was the providence tbe countless generations field was struck by a locomotive yester Â¬ he was going to had level But twinkling in dstaiit windows a few In winch Maud killed Whisky was In exact order She had given up Harry A wild goose chase for such a man as a mind that probed to the reason of house inWork was over Boyle was gov- Â¬ that come after must d ans were prowling about the water day and instantly is shamefuL All lo- Â¬ for the day and erness This The first idea should be to save all the rippled along the wind ng shore and the cause three years ago and now he was thir- Â¬ he things In a triee she had the rebellious she with Cicely and Nan simpson was but this is the first stable manure and put it into the most from time to time as the fresh gusts comotives choo Yes again Maud spoke musingly drawer out of its groove and ignomni as usual passing the evening with the teen and as she declared he had accused of indulging that is grown quite rampageous and he do I wish he had sta d here until they ously laid at her feet while a supph rest of the famly The two girls were available form applied that it may be blew in from the sea some sleepless time oae has ben in whisky and knocking man over its advantageously brd sailing over us on shadow wings smoke stack Xorristowna Herald- upset the children so The Boyle chil- Â¬ had found the place Maud saw this in white arm was bared to the elbow and fourteen and fifteen years of age they How many make any provision what- uttered a half smothered cry that startled The very next day went on a search withn the shallow were the children of the household dren were three headed by Maud the obituary of the Time Good Forearmed Forewarned end to end arm and lin- Â¬ A stepbrother young Lewis Simpson ever for their stable manure Not one the listener Then indeed old Sitka From space said an Austin above her was a vacant space of three On the 2Uth at the Invercauld Arms gers went sc k ng -- then thes nner was was a man of twenty five he too was in twenty I venture to assert Holes which was once called New Archangel morning children years when Harry showed his ram Â¬ Rosslyn while traveling James Har- Â¬ captured The gnTs pretty fingers all in the room The mother was there are made in the back side of the stable seemed but a relic of the past who e physician as he met three or four little throwing it out pageous self above him came two butt aged sevent3 one cocred with dust and Hue met the crisp also the grandmother the mother of the under theiseaves for the only provision vague romantic history will probably phildreu on ther wav to school 4and 3 We almost and this Monotony wearisome monotony fol- Â¬ crackle of firm paper never be fully known t harles Warren how are you this morning girls There is the family list headed precnt Mr Simpson Across the York- Â¬ made replied the oldest of lowed The tiresome ladies sta d on Ah was Mauds quick little cry in San Francisco Chronicle darsnt tell yen by father and mother shire moors a September wind had been Dare not It would be positively appalling Stoddard the crowd a boy of eight until they had been with the Boyles for The paper was out before the light of blowing all day and a winter like fire There was not a more charmingly exclaimed the physician they thought they the summer sun Thin grey hued pa- Â¬ burned in the wide grate But it was astound ng if the usually close calcu- Â¬ tell me commonplace more pleasantly succes- Â¬ just a year and then NOT AN EARTHQUAKE Cause papa said lating farmer could see just how much and why net sful famly in the three kingdoms They would like a change and they left They per tightly prcs ed once but now by evening and the three girls wore pretty he is evdry year allow ng to go to waste X that last year it cost him fifty dollars to left a small debt unpaid and they gave some inherent strength urely loosen- Â¬ light garments The two Simpsons Remarkable Lnml llde Involving an lived in a London suburb and they hall have you come In and ask us how we no address As girls do even girls who ing from its pressure and elastically were in white Maud though the ma- Â¬ for the lack of a little protection and Area of Two Square 31 ties plenty of friends and comforts Texas Silings have too close an acquaintance with the unfolding itself One fold some pr nt terial of her gown was no more than management of his manure pile It You are vulgar Maud had cried The United States Geological Survey were rough side of life the two Boyles made ed words and figures Bah How dusty mu lin was somber look ng its color half the bulk of his manure pile was Sod you be if you got such a find a grand glory in the departure of the was Another fold undone some for Â¬ was feloniously abstracted he would be has learned from Mr C W Cross en it AN INDIAN LEGEND was of the darkest crimson and see ng able to see the loss but while the bulk gised in field work at Denver Col the Hooray I say whereas the mater D Italia eign words quit clear no lamps were lit the flickering gleam remains intact he is sensible of no loss Gone out Master Ham nurse Misses Payne part culars of a remarkable land slide The Passamaquoddles Poetic Xotloa We may get some one even worse What was it of firelight left her just a warm toned iinswered Now the real truth is that he who near Cimarron Gunnison County whch the Nature of Thunder Had the thing really some magc in shadow she being a brown hued maiden What a bore Now mind nurse though said Kare practically we leaves his manure piled out to the was described in the local papers be The Passamaquoddies still cling to it a3 an thats my sixpence Just you keep it freeNever mind what maybeing as are the Mauds face becameitscarlet then all her elf all the seasons loses now Maud rejoined we and leaving color Hod from their old and poetic noticn of the nature bell had just been rung and as weather through The safe If I hadnt to play in that match Prof Farnham of the fully one half tne actual value This is earthquake They believe that the this afternoon Id hang about till mother have said alwajS more light of heart drawer and diist and white paper in the lamps were brought in there also worse than to have half the bulk stolen Nebraska State Normal School who of thunder than her sster was confu ion on the floor the girl ran to came the big brother a tall man and was back rumble of the thunderstorm and the which he must chanced to be in the neighborhood had the Ou that half holiday the girls being the stair head and called very fair as liis father and Cicely were He has over bulk left Do they want you very much The most valuable and personally visited the scene of the sup- Â¬ Hashes of the lightning are the demon Â¬ handle so gay over their freedom walked with Mother Kate Come quick He lounged in as young men do lounge This wai an infantim remark of small Dick to the station saw him oft and Both were bu- - but such a voice of in among a home company of women available portion is gone posed earthquake annd when he called strations of thunder spirits who are Davys Ammonia is a hard element to hold upon Mr Cross and described the ap- Â¬ playing ball and shooting their arrows then went for a summer evenings saun alarm ye- - Maud really was terrified kind lie threw himself on a seat Iw Dont you make any mistake ter among the field- was not to be di regarded They were Mr- - Simpson and he threw one news Â¬ at best It can not be held in any thing pearance of the region the fissures in the heavens Th re is a tradition Harry was grand Should I be in like its original volume in manure ex Â¬ upstairs in a few seconds I hae made a mistake Kate 1 see paper acro s to the old lady whom he posed to sun rain and wind A good formed etc the latter inferred that a that a Passamaquoddy Indian one day Pluumiers Eleven if I wasnt some Â¬ I hc said as they walked homeward Ive opened the drawer she said called Granny but who of course de ire that he might becomi thing Just sec me bat thats all share of it may be held where ab orb serious disturbance must have occurred expressed a Have you found a was no grandmother to him So we perceive should have gone awa to teach I All at once a thunderer Id like to see you ents are used and the manures kept well along the Lne of faulting on the west dead mou e behnd it should have made more money and saw him mounting to the sky you read this advertisement IIae side of the Trident mesa indicated on I dont doubt you but we cant Kate seeing Maud unharmed was You are advertised for Lewis And you would have held a better said housed until the tme of application He was have kids on our ground A manure shed that will answer the the Hayden maps As soon as practi Â¬ in the smoke of the camp fire thunders Kate a ways nailed a point naturally a bit milled at having been Granny position taken up to the abode of the At which Davy subsided and Harry cable Mr Cross went to Cimarron He well can 1 One drudge in a family is unnecessarily excited by the cry Never Who wants me Is purpose very The stable be built at very found the locality about nine miles placed in a long box and by some took himself off to don hs cricketing decisively will small cost wall proper No I have found thi some one leaving me a fortune mysterious process inyisted with the llannels When he had gone the nur- Â¬ enough form one side of it B it little more south of that town on the east sUe properties and existence of a thunder 1 ke that Kate Â¬ I hate you to peak Now Maud was preternaturally still Young Simpson pretended he was fa than a good roof is needed It may be of the west fork of the Cimarrou sery inmates looked at his sixpence and each child handled it as if there was Maud had a warm temper ueh a pos- She held out the strange paper by this tigued and lazily threw himself on the partially inclosed about the sdes if so river Between the two forks of the spirit or as Louis Mitchell puts it he session is usually the companion of a tsnie yet more unrolled As Kate took couch by the old lady He lived for seven Eome magic in it desired but it is not absolutely n ces Cimarron is a mesa capped by eruptive was thunderfied If vou dradjje horrid it it resolved it elf into not one paper You have had that happen once What did Harry mean when he warm heart rock the valleys on either side beng years among the thunders played belli sary If such a shed shuts ofF the light called out that long word iindms word I drudge If I got more money only but four papers of which the corn that is more than most men get There from the stable another set of windows eroded out of cretaceous rocks appar- Â¬ with them in the sky shot his gleaming would not mother have it read ers diook themselves apart One had keepins asked Maud above the roof of the ently the clays of the Colorado group arrows with them at the bird they are be put The old lady gave him the newspa may This in need not be hgh up The area involved extcn Is from tho always chasing toward the south marÂ¬ Dont be angry Ive a genius for had square bits cut out yes decidedly Bless you Miss Maud He only roof shed paper and pointed with her spectacles ju t above the manure w ndows will be base of the clifi3 of eruptive rock form Â¬ ried a female thunder spirit and purÂ¬ meant cos hed had the finding hed domestic management for goodnesV cut out Bonds mother Kate gasped whch she had just taken from her nose hgli enough provided a man can stand ing the top of the mesa down the sloped sued an active and contented life of sake let me exerei o it But I agree with have a right to the keeping He read His fair face ilu hed Then up well under Dont talk nonsense eh Id about going away you would be Do you mean Nurse that if I picked 3ou toward the valley bottom nearly to the thunder and lightning it he said Seven years after his translation a Kate was not listen ng She had had ho read Listen its me up hundreds of thousands of gold sover Â¬ far better ollin a familv Why should Such a shed will pay for itself every edge of the belt of timber Such a vou not be as Mi s Marsden used to be to become acqua nted with many busi Â¬ What was grammar at such a moment year Manure can be handled over un- Â¬ crumpling of the surface had taken violent storm passed over the encamp- Â¬ would all be mine eigns they ness maiters but -- he had ntn er een Haiibutt To any of the name or Her eyes were alight and quite a rosy with us place throwing down foresto in inex- Â¬ ment of the Pa samaquoddies there shed and composted if desired Â¬ She looked claiming under a wilfmade by a person der this was She was a swell governed unite such papers a- - thes color was flushing her round face Yard manures may be thrown together tricable confusion pushing the ground tion an unusual and frightful contenamong the thunder spirits tho of that name Unclaimed stock found under it for better protection Not any more than yon can be I at them and ling re I them Nonsense Miss Maud What should up into ridges and leaving fissure like Two hundred and fifty lire seven Apply lir t by letter t Beeves Lever remember beter than you do yon he wanting gold sovereigns for that the assumption by rumbles were more terrific than Passa Â¬ The man who is called upon to reno- Â¬ depression hundred and fifty lire she deciphered Solictor Old Broad sreet London maquoddy heard theakr Dear how I should love those days But if 1 found them vate a wornout soil must learn to make untechnical persons of an earthquake smell ed ofear had ever the WhataielireT brimstone sky blazed Thats my advertisement as the cause was not surprising but Av if Youre not likely to find of glory Are they ever likely to come the most or the raanural resources upon 1 know A lire is Maud put it The cry was from Maud Mr with red and yellow flames the clouds them I never d d They dont lie back What can we do Shall I hoard Western after a two days examination W D Boynlon in his farm Will Harry suddenly come home a mill- Â¬ th same as a franc Italian money You Yours about nursery floors not they Cross satisfied himself that there had opened and great forks of fire shot out Plowman 4 Ali And Every one seemed to be echoing her Theae are money mother ionaire Will Davys ma ter pray h m but outside somewhere been no earthquake but a remarkable of them the raiu fell in sheets peal And again Kale was reduced to a gasping CO to become a partner at his tender age the child made a gesture as if with her landslide nvolving an area of nearly answered peal one tongue of lightning WINTERING VEGETABLES condit on Maud Ill tell vou Maud said in her clear two square miles It was evident that spat out fire to another the affrighted round arms she would encircle the I found some They are not ours busTne-s-lik- e way Whose are they Kate whv should not these things world great vague tie surface of the ground had be- Â¬ Passamaquoddies who never had be Â¬ Garden Can the Im ure Poor Mrs Bo le pressed bonds once and so the oth r day I ad How KeptProducts tf theCold Si ason be come loosened from the underlying held such a storm believed that tho Years went by and the Boyle nursery be Through the Why should they be You might as liar limirls tnrrntlimv How glad she v sed their advertising for the name be probably clay in con- Â¬ legions of the thundar spirits were had become almost a forgotten thing Only a few vegetables cau be wintered sequence of tne sepage of water waginir their most awful war They 3Jsfortune had seized the Boyles and well say you expect to find a bag of gold would have been to think they were Harbutt hers Let me look at them Kate That was my old uncles name you outdoors in the North without protec- and that a movement of the area start-Â¬ fell down and crossed themselves In they were at their worst when some when the next rainbow shines ried Maud know Finding is keepng Simpson here drew a chair to tion Parsnips are among the excep- Â¬ ing at its nnpi end had been thereby the midst of their alarm they saw a I always do expect that I have done ten years latter we met them in a third I shall appropriate them my mothers uncle an tional vegetables which the winter does instituted in the direction of the mesa human form slide down into ther camp was a baby so evers nee I Mauds sde rate street at New Cross And Kate came back from eccentric old man we hunted him up not destroy and except for use while The lower portion having moved less on a beam of light- - It was their old Maud ld humor sub Â¬ By and by Mauds live years had been sunny prosper Â¬ They when we came home last year or not at all the ground there had been friend who had made his escape from ous 3ears then Mr Boyle was stricken sided and she talked agan about busi Â¬ her tremor to face the actual The Miss Yes the e girls had so long been are simply Mr Harbutts Our Mr Harbutt our dear old the ground is frozen may be left in the most thoroughly ridged fissured com- Â¬ pursuing thunders shaken off his Â¬ ness by adrc nialady and had to leave busi soil Salsify or vegetable oyster is ol pressed and overlapped in such a man Â¬ thunderfied exsience and rclarned ness He was a stockbroker but in the accustomed to hard experences that Paynes you may hi sure never left Mr Harbutt He had changed somewhat Maud clasped her hands this time similar nature but beets turnips and ner that trees had been overthrown to them naturally into talk of any thing so valuable behind them when illness made it necessary that they fell var Perhaps it will pay their debt with very real excitement carrots will not stand excessive cold little ponds drained and new one bat all his old friends knewnim He c ty affairs should be wound up there pros and cons in a dry busine s hs Yours Were you To retain the fresh crisp flavor thej formed and the courses of small lived with the tribe till he died Lewis- was panic upon panic there were way By the time they reached home Maud by this time had lost her terror lodged with ns had passed it on to her mother and He lived with us should bs taken up as late as possble streams changed Ranchmen living ton Jie Journal wars and rumors of wars aud loss they had settled that Maud should go she told at once sister and sho herself only saw the Mauds face Hushed with a certain and placed in a cool cellar or in pits near by had preceived no tremor or followed loss in rapid succession On away Their mother was THEY KNEW IT My energy pride with earth and straw enough over them other evidence of earthquake disturb- Â¬ the eve of his fathers failure Harry she saw it was wise and a little more amu euiiiit on the thing 4l3ut 1 am very glad and you are to prevent freezing planning wis done as th v at over ha- - done some good this time at any is the ance nor could they tell when the Smart Koys Who Dlilat Take Water for The latter had sailed for Canada He had bought the Lewis he talked about method most in vogue with market gar- movement took place but they agreed n plot of Government land and he was the r simple supper The Tnnr should rate Kerosene OIL It must be hundreds of pounds They talked a ttle more over it and deners who usually know how best to in saying that the rainfall had been un Â¬ xroing to reclaim it and so they all be had every da for the sake of the ad A barrel with a bung in it and a sus Â¬ presently Mr Simpson the father came present their vegetables in the finest usually heavy Evidences were found noped dig a fortune out of it But a vertisements and the vicar and the mother picious dampness are the heads was Artificial heat in any form of similar land slides of earlier date at Kate was standing with her hands in m and had to be told the wnole history condition moderate family can live on a small in Â¬ doctor should be a ked to help All spoils the flavor of vegetables genervarious places along the valley and it yesterday lying in an alley off Grand come if as the saying is they cut this was set in train the next day al o the jo ket of her holland apron and over again mused ally The sweet potato is an exception strange old Mr Simpson the next day Kate commen ed a thor was watching her mother look at the seems cle ir that such slides must have River street So were two boys two their coat according to their cloth trange that no inquiry found you be- Â¬ and will rot in a temperature played an important part in shaping out straws and a gimlet A grocer stood in Mrs Boyle was a wise woman and she ough turnout of th rooms so as to be discovery Mrs Boyles pae face had his back door and smiled and chuckled fore Lewis The papers bear Harbutts below fifty degrees while dryness does the valley depression Science moved to a chenper house Daiy or in readiness for a new comer The grown graver b- - some few degrees even nr post brought i ie ter from a he saw the barrel and the boys grad not injure it Cabbages may be pulled They are bonds but what of I do not name Miss Boyle Margaret Boyle was married Kalher He had know No no name at all ua ly draw nearer each other- - At up roots and all turned upside down Where does she put her liver I know so little of the look of ine was useful Maud now nineteen Harry elated San Francisco Then the heads packed together in beds six asked H ram Powers as he gazed upon length after on last look around the he echoed No name at all not written for nearly a year and this these things she mused Whose are might if need showed itself find work why are the his Five hundred people feet in width and ground between the the slender wasp waisted woman of boy with the gimlet bored two holes hut Davy and Dick must stll go to was the news He had found farming thev Whose in Canada no good for him and had In ex-Â¬ fashion and in the Herald of Health Dr two traws were inserted and two And Maud may have used that drawer rows thrown over the heads Perhaps ours mother school Only tremely frosty weather they can not be M A Allen has tried to answer this tion pumps began worle Oh no Maud sad qujetly Yes a cycle of misfortune had begun gone to San Francisco meaning if ill- - poked her hand consolmglv within her he used it except ourselves Yuml sighed the biggest boy after reached and enough must be left in the question showing how when crowded the five plentiful years were over and luck followed him then neverto write mnthnrs irm Then they may be yours cold root celler for winter use Onions out of its own place it infringes on a couple of pulls That chest of drawers belongs to the the beginning of another five had come home again Good luck came in tead No my father nevr had business require a dry barn or stable loft and on the space of the digestive and breath Â¬ D d I not Am t she good queried the other davs of our glorv There Mr j and he was doing well years of trouble upon trouble T Bti fttllCl not av last nie ht when Harrys letter papers like that at home int141IT1 Sfn 35qyle died xmwttng of the calamitous should not be packed more than eight ing organs and impedes all vital func- Â¬ as he let go his straw They were not drawn in the list of or ten inches deep with a foot of straw tions Pnrty good but jnst a shade limes another and then a third move two j ears ago my boss was worse came that our good times were coming again 1 was when I came here How much are you going- to IioM securities uncle -- bowed me said Lewis over them to keep out frost In the ex-Â¬ I liad to be made each one carrying the off than j 440h about a gallon Then suddenly dropping treme north some fire protection may And Mrs Boyle Simpson Perhaps they are A traveled dog named Ned died the family a step downward wont say more but Ill make this pay How did Mrs Boyles blood rebel Perhaps m be sending you some bank gae a ttle convulsive hug to Mauds his acute bus nes manner he pretended be necessary For family use a string other daj- - in Otis Mass He had been Im going to hold moren that r It can be kept hung up in any part of the over Europe Asia and Africa Ned The grocer then put In a suddea af Well hasten din Â¬ once more an immense laziness comfort ng hand day came for her to take little notes home before the ear is out when the Poor Harry exclaimed Irs mother ner girls and one of you shall go w th is all a snare and a delusion Miss cellar Onions will stand twenty de-Â¬ was in his twentieth year He had pearance and said Dick to Seacrofts school where he was Come come boys I filled ttat be taught and fed and clothed for so She smiled and yet her eyes were me to John Bryants ne at least will Boyle I shant go in for the money grees of frost without injury if dry crossnl the Atlantic sixteen times and to say whether the things are of value or How can I prove its mine It is your Celery is best when taken from the open traveled fifty thousand miles He was barrel up with water to tighten wp th many years free of expense to her Mill Â¬ moist find and finding is keeping all the ground but should be taken up and buried w thr a gold collar and snugly seams Come hack here to the yea Kate Maud tucked her hand un- Â¬ not ionaires have been known to grow out them up to him world over stock it you want s drink placed close together in beds with earth wrapped in a rug Boston Journal Youll not give of hoys brought up at Seaxrofts school der her sisters arm as they went up to And Maude was and litter overfall to keep from freezing Oh no it fcrt They left the 3traws sticking jm hm but what cheer is there in that thought bed that nirht the davs of glorv are mother Gn e up my find Durnir the war kerosene oil sold in gimlet holes and walked oft wkaot Kate strangely qu et and firm Maud do not act the infant place free Winter squashes require a dry to the poor mother who sees her little com ng again Now you see1 Erie County N Y at 120 pergalon word until beyond reaok The Go with mother and learn Nothing more wos ever proved from frost CJiica 10 Timet jvaie laugnea sue was very glad or ed Mm arrayed in the school garb and who white sugar 30 cents per pound gns big bov called back Ther never will he an more proof as what has to be learned down about Harry feus the gay summ r sun glinting About 1600000 in fares are ham 50 cents per yard blenchc f -- heet-ing The to wi oe bond- - thnwert In the end We knowed It all the tlnse Dj see she said that vou must put j It was as Kate had supposed hlue eyes to the I from the tears in his 63 cents pei-- aru o calcue- - 2 Irvm ui oi taken on the stret ra lwajs of NtW foar papers together represented the Maud hud t V spose we thought it was keroieaec brass Lutions of his jacket clean paper in those drawers fiw jr I cents- - -- JujTuio i ium of iOUO and vere Italian Goy- omo yi Ue top na itd cjujii them for lonx City every jcar pret Viirtf J an Prcs CBjJrry hadnot made his fortune in the jrow five years not that many details were Hazel Geeen Hebald i AJiowu aoouu mm tor ne aid not otten -- I Maud made a 1ltlo grimace The ernment bonds But whose were they morrow came and she was domg it They bore no mans name Â¬ lwkc fNf -- 5 -- I J i- 1 Â¬ j j New-Cro- -s 1 -- 1 out-of-do- or 1 -- Â¬ -- m -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I i -- kl - Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ 1 j j Â¬ Â¬ -- i j i I i sc I I 1 I - 1 jat -- n--- to-mo- r- s-- P I - - fcastt25i fjh t jaie4rjM 41 - 3- - Mi v S Jfc m - HOME AND FARM The Adjutant at West Point has T Cot-- Wm Lotus Sghlet Grand SecreÂ¬ had JOOtl lecm- - cause to complain that neither their set aaeeatarUy for been investigating the parentage of the tary L O M Lodge Maryland trtliMlYi safety nor their comfort was sufficiently Prick potatoes before baking so cadets admitted since 1842 and find found Red Star Grand Cure a perfect and tfe Cough Wefrti 1T siuaieu the condition of the steerage hat the air may escape otherwise limy that forty one per cent were sons of certain remedy passengers was infinitely worse professional men Men may burst in the oven twenty seven per women and children were huddled 1 ke A hard thing to sharpen the waters Constaut change of stock gives you cent of merchants and traders thirty edge Hartford Sunday Journal sheep In the quarters assigned them no ao opportunity to realize the full value two per cent of farmers and planters separation of the sexes being attempted ol any breed however good Vincin Army and navy officers secure only Fools Rush in Where Angels Fear to BETTER THAN GOLD The berths which ran on either side ol nati Times eight per cent of the appointments Tread the vessel were not inclosed and were So impetuous youth is often given to Wife be said come sit bv me In Europe farmers prefer to keep 2V Y Tribune without curtains Patycmr nand Jn mine folly aud indiscretions and as a result sheep for wool on soils containing limy jonrdearliead upon mvand lav debility fol- Â¬ breast The steerage passengers were re as they say on such soils the quality of New York City now has seven nervous mental and organic confidence listening to what I say low memory is impaired self quired to both supplvand cook their wool is better wonders The Brooklyn bridge the is lacking at night bad dreams occur I bare striven to lay by own provisions There was commonlv j Some one writes that he has used statue of Liberty the elevated railroad premature old age seems setting in ruin Somei hlHc for a rainy day a fierce struggle for a place at the gal- muriatic acid to cure proud flesh system ihe great fiats Central Park is in the track In confidence you can Snt misfortunes come and now V ley fire in which the sick and feeble Burnt alum will do the same is always the Yanderbdt viaduct and the sub and should write to Dr R n Pierce of Evrytfalns Is wept away Buffalo N Y the author of treatise for necessarily went to the wall and some- handy and cannot possibly do any treasury vaults N Y Mail Crept tse trae wife closer sti 1 the benefit of that class of patients and times several days would pass without harm Chicago Journal Kissed His troubled cheek and said describe your symptoms and sufferings Ufe has sadder losses dear He can cure you at your home and will any warm food being obtained by those TTrnf- cfnino UMUU llSL4l- r linnn Inn A NEW VIEW OF CONSUMPTION L1 Itllll 111U So I pray be comforted 11UIU OUVlUC iinnn rtl r send you full particulars by mail who were most in need of it Again by rubbing them when there was a storm or even when hands maybe removedtomatoes If ap Â¬ And One Which Appeals to Common Loss of Jove we conld not bear The whip belongs to the most common with Such a loss is worse than death Sense 3Iuny Curable Cases the ship experienced heavy weather the plied the juice of ripe powdered starch variety of team stir we might lose each other dear immediately hatches were closed rendering the at-Â¬ will also take stains out of table linen Think fhe said below her breath Jfedical Stilus Grand California Excursions mosphere of the steerage almost stilling Left on the spot a few hours it absorbs u JIany persons die of Consumption who Thank God tis no worse she cried Tho Chicago Pacific Rail In fact the condition and treatment of every trace of the stain Boston Iost could easily be cured says Dr S C way announce Rock Island first class ex-Â¬ With a smile You did forxct three grand this class of passengers was simply What nnreckoned wealth Is oars it thoy cursions to the Pacific Coast leaving Chi To cure cracks in ball of fingers or Clark of Watertown N Y Since we have each other yet abominable and such as to reflect deep at would go at it right 1 have a new view of cago Nov 9th Nov 16th and Dec 7th inElen E Retford in Good JTouseleepiug discredit upon the Government for thumbs take castile soap the size of an the disease Consumption is not always of extremely low rates For additional formation tickets sleeping car accommo-Â¬ allowing so many years to elapse ere eS two tablespoonfuls ground ginger lung origin dations eta apply to nearest ticket agent any attempt was made to deal with the Shave the soap fine and with a little How sol What is it then G EA PA OCEAE TEAYEL soft water mix soap and ginger to the Many cases of consumption aro second- Â¬ or address P Ry Holbkook 111 T evil CRL Chicago spread on the ary The disease itself prevails every-Â¬ Now all is changed The steamers consistency of pastein A few where but the best practitioners refuse to gloves hands at night sleep the Plain Disagreeable Features of It Fifty which at the present day cross the AtÂ¬ applications will ease Philadelphia attribute it entirely to inheritance or the country EnglishBulletin females of that Boston weather If a person lives in the most lantic are vessels ranging from four to Fress Years Ago favorable climato in the world and has Pepy Castle seven thousand tons burden and the In letter from Hon any tendency to lung weaknes if certain Greya Limerick Ireland Mrs Starch Gloss Take two ounces of conditions Browns Buon arrangements on board of them are ex- Â¬ exist in the system that cliÂ¬ thus referred to Dark staterooms Bad Ventilation Muddy cellent in all respects Besides the life- Â¬ fine white gum arabic powdered put mate howevor favorable will not prevent cuial Trocues are Bronchial Troches Hav brought your with in a pint of development of the disease Tbe disorder ing when came to reside hero boats which are numerous large it in a pitcher and pour Water Insufficient Meat Useless me I found I cases and built on the most approved cold water Let it stand all night In in suchlungs is only a secondary symptom that after I had given them away to those Lifeboats and Exposed Kerths of some other ailment and poor carefully pour all but the in the models there are rafts which in the morning clean bottle cork tight and can never be cured until approached I considered required them thofew peoThea tbe Usual Thing ple will walk for miles to get a For dregs into a case of necessity can be got ready and through its source Coughs Colds and Throat Diseases keep for use A tablespoonful stirred Yes doctor but what is the method of launched in a few minutes In the When SamnelJohnson said A ship event too of a fire breaking out in anv into a pint of starch will add luster to approach Impossible to find lost time Hartford If you dip your finger in acid you burn Times Toledo Blade is a prison with a chance of being part of the shp the appliances for ex-Â¬ to the linen do you Grape Pie Pop the pulps of tho it Yes not drowned he in that aphorism gave tinguishing it are of the most thorough Is there no balm iu Gilead If you wash this burnt finger every character In fact the provision made skins into one vessel and put the skins Is there no physician there expression to the opinion generally en- Â¬ for the Thanks to Dr Pierce there is a balm in safety of the passengers would into another Then simmer the pulp a second with the acid what is the result Why constant inflammation festering his Golden Medical Discovery tertained bj landsmen in his day In be all that could be desired if every little and run it through a colander to a balm and eventual destruction of the finger for every wound to health from colds fact the discomforts and even priva- Â¬ ship carried a sufiic ent number of boats separate the seeds Next put the skins Precisely Kowthen for my method coughs consumption bronchitis and all tions which sea traveling then involved to accommodate m case of disaster and pulp together and they are ready which commends itself to the reason and chronic blood lung and liver affections practitioner Of druggists were such that very few persons were every passenger even when her comple- Â¬ for jugging or for pes Pies prepared judgment of every skillful developed know aro in ment was full Note the late disaster in this wa are nearly as good as plum Youbody certain acids system is all right willing to expose themselves to theni Well if the the To be shaken before taken The ap- Â¬ Exchange pie and that is very good these acids are neutralized or utilized and ple on a lofty bough 17ie Rambler save when compelled by imperative cir to the Oreron The follow ng is said to be a cheap carried out If tho system is run down by The comfort of the traveling public cumstanres to do so simple anil efficient wa to cure sore excesses anxiety continual exposure or is now carefully studded Oxygen Ccre Throat lung nervous disThe cabins overwork these acids When I crossed the Atlantic in 1841 for Uie first-clapassengers are placed backs and old sores of any k n I on blood If there is anyaccumulate in the eases Book free Dr Gepperc Cincinnati0 natural for the first time the conditon of things amidships where the motion of the horses Takevhite oak bark peel the in tho lung this acid attacks it weakness having a A comet is a celestial visitor behad in the three quarters of a century vessel is least felt instead of as for- Â¬ ross or outside off add water and boil f natural aiunity for it and if tho acid is cause it must calledBoston Transcript go not neutralized or passed out of the svs When which had elapsed since Johnsons time merly at the stern The staterooms are down till it is as blai k as ink extract tem it burns ulcerates aud finally de- Â¬ commodious handsomely furnished cool add to a gallon of the bark 3 montns treatment for 30c Pisos stroys tho lung Is this clear measurably improved but the disagrc thoroughly Wash the affected ventilated and heated by two ounces alum Perfectly But how do you prevent Remedy for Catarrn Sold by druggists mens to which passengers were even steam The saloon which is spacious part two or three times a day until the accumulation of these acids in the sys- Â¬ A tavorite winter resort before the tem then subjected were numerous Ko and well lighted contains a piano a cured Albany Journal Irregularities of tho liver and kidneys Gre Boston Post regular steam communicat on between small library bagatelle tables chess It is possible says the New England create this excess of ncid and etc for the use of the passengers Farmer to starve a horse to death in a can be cut off only by correcting the supply Great Britain and the United States was the wrong action are also and few days It is equally possible and should of these oranB The kidneys alone smoking in existence The Sirius and the Great There reading bathrooms with some men quite common to keep a enough carry out in quantitv in solution Western had indeed crossed the ocean supplied rooms and of which if left in hot as well horse so much in a starved condition the blood this acid daily men When the FOR NEURALGIA would kill four in 1838 and the latter vessel had con- Â¬ as cold waterwifh The table is so luxuri-Â¬ that he will have little animal power or stomach the liver and the kidneys are all tinued her trips at irregular intervals antly spread that there is scarcely a strength to pay for what little food he conspiring to increase tho acid the won- Â¬ MARVELS OF RELIEF But for some little time subsequently delicacy which can be obta ned in the does get It advises horse owners to der is that weak lungs resist death as long no other steamer attempted to follow best hotels in London found lacking Suffered Fearfully and Cured life and as they do feed well if they would But you have not told us how you her example the Cunard line not havÂ¬ board these steamers The supply on power in their horses for have food that Mr Jcrrv r Thomas Prejldentof thcOourd it is of would treat such cases Clab Cemral Park Hotel 5Jtli street and 7th ing been established until 1842 apnue New York writes Lat bummer 1 No but I will The lungs are only dis- Â¬ fresh water gives power At the penod of which 1 speak the is practicallyfurnished by condensers BUllercd fearfully with neuralgia and could not eased effect this acid or unlimited whilst that tried St Jacobs A wrter in a household journal son in as anblood ofAfter havingkidney poi Â¬ set anv rest night or day Railing packets running between Lon which is required for drinking purposes the exhausted Oil and obtained the first nights rest In weeks says There need be absolutely no all authorized remedies to correct this and was cured doa and Kew York and between Liver- Â¬ is in summer I pool and that port were ships of five to a large stock cooled with ice Aof which waste of bread It is an excellent plan acid condition towas compelled in justice Suffered 10 Years aud Cured to my is provided use Warners safe cure surgeon Pottstown Pa seven hundred tons burden The state- Â¬ is invariabty carried the law rendering to cut the bread at the table as it is thoughpatients a proprietary remedy it is now sufferer I have been a Kinds of from neuralgia for ten needed This is easily managed by recognized I see bvleadinenhvsicians bv rooms as the little cab ns ranged on it obligatory to do so and his services remedies without reyears tried all having a small round board such as Presidents of State Boards of Health and lief and had given up all hojc I tried a bottle cther side of the faloon were termed of St Jacobs Oil and It has effected snch wonare at the d sposal of passen- Â¬ were below the sea level They were gers who needs themany of the the pay- Â¬ sold for that purpose in ever house by iusuraace physicians as a scientific and derful relief I recommend It to all without C1IAS LAW Jb furnishing store or one can be made by the only specific for thosa great organs in incommodious dark and ill ventilated ment of any fee ninety per Mine is of cherry which over are sustainedcent of diseases an ingenious boy Nenriilgia 2 Tears Cured In fact the only light they enjoyed was Nor have the steerage passengers wood with a wreath of ivy leaves cut originate or Tower Hill Appomattox Co Va Is this form of treatment successful urn shed by small pieces of ground failed to participate in the altered con- Â¬ that f For two vcars I sutlercd with neuralgia in around for ornament a oang girls is wonderfully so and for that rea-Â¬ It glass inserted in the deck overhead and its most stubborn form Vnd with most acnte juln In every part of he body My phyeician from the fan lights in the doors opening dition of tlf ngs Inst ad of their being first attempt at wood car ng Then son I am only too willingof that you should had cienoj all hopes but St Jacor s Oil cave crowded together in the badly ventilated there must be a broad thiu announce it to tho world consumptives me Instant relief causing all pain in the limbs to the saloon and this was so poor that and KOUhKT B KYLE to cease quarters Jvbc by the Publishers We have received the occupants- of the staterooms could them unhealthyformerly theassigned to bladed knife for cutting the bread as was case it is Til E CHAKLES AVOGELEK CO Baltimore Md To make citron presen es cut the the above interview from H H Warner not even dress themselves without mak-Â¬ now compulsory for a fixed cubic space in fancy shapes notching the edges Co Rochester N Y with the request ing nse of a lamp The sole ventilation to be allotted to each individual Not rind nicely then lay them in alum water that we publish it for the good of suffering STAR COUGH CURJ of them was that afforded by the remov- Â¬ only too are the berths inclosed not too strong and let them remain nil people In a foot note to their letter they al of the saloon slcylights which of single women FKEE FKOM OPIATES AND POISON course could only be done in fine but the compartment in occupy a nght In the morning put in frsh say separate the charge alum water and boil a few minutes then The experience of Dr Clark is not weather The consequence was that the of a matron But one of the SAFE greatest change them to clear water hot of Etrange to us In our correspondence we closeness of the atmosphere in the state- Â¬ have found that many thousands of people which has SURE rooms was at all times most unpleasant improvements of occupantstaken place in course and boil till tender Now pre- Â¬ are suffering from what they think is Con- Â¬ the condition of the steer- Â¬ pare the sirup using one and one half sumption whereas tho real difficulty is PROMPT AhD HEALERS whilst the smell of the bilge water was age has been effected by the act passed AT DKVGGtSTS pounds of sugar and a cup of water for with tho liver and kidneys proven by the m oflenslve as to create nausea inde- Â¬ THEtHAISIFN iUMhlhltt O laliinioreMd Â¬ a few years ago requiring cooked pro- each pound of rind When the sirup fact that when these organs are restored pendent of that arising from the motion visions to health by the use of Warners safe cure bing found by THE of the vessel In winter on the other the shp and althoughthe owners of is clear put in the rind and boil till the consumption disappears and so does the passage transparent GHEAPEST the flavor of gnger is uremic or kidney poisoning which causes If liand the cold was irequently severe money is necessarily h gher than it was AND hu There was it is true a stove in the under the old system this drawback is liked tie a piece in a thin muslin bag so many symptoms of diseasesthat themayÂ¬ same and boil with the preserves removing man system is subject to The by BEST saloon but the heat from it scarcely more than compensated by the comfort be said of rheumatism carused an acid made itself appreciably felt in the side which results from the present arrange- it when they are done These are de- Â¬ condition of tho system We insist upon ED1G1HE licious N Y Time what we always have claimed if you cabins FOBFATrTYTJSa the cause the systom will soon per- Â¬ In other matters there was the same ment conclusion fect the work already 6m IHTHE Mrs Rev Dr In say that in I may absence of provision for the comfort of Theodore Wolf of Gttvsburg Pa wife of TOP FODDER dulging in a retrospect upon my expe- Â¬ WORLD 2 the passengers The fresh water rethe editor of tho Lutheran Quarterly said n A Jf i m U BkH quired for drinking and cooking pur- Â¬ riences tor the last forty years during A Valuable Article of Food Which Fre- Â¬ her friends thought her far gone with ConCURES ALL sumption but after a thorough treatment quently Entirely Overlooked poses was carried in casks and when which I have crossed the Atlantic ten she says I by PAINS the ship had a full cargo many of these times I have been forcibly struck in- Â¬ It is strange that farmers are so slow with Warners safe cure cito thousands am perfectly well Wo can of the contrast the peril tedium and Internal or External Were placed on deck with the result to learn the value and economy of top such cases but one is enough If you pubconveniences then attendant 50c a Bottlo that the r contents were sometimes im- Â¬ Atlantic voyage afford to theupon an fodder In some sections such forage lish the above article kindly send us a SOLD BV DRUGGISTS pregnated with salt water from the rapidity and comfort with which safety is entirely overlooked In others it s marked copy17 it is Wo gladly give place to tho article for waves shipped in heavy weather- - At Chambers1 Jour-Â¬ put up in limited quantities now accomplished Farmers if we can in any way stay tho ravages of DR Â¬ all times the water was raot unpalata ble it being muddy and filled with va- Â¬ nal generally think topping corn is very Consumption which carries awny so many For the cure ofall disorders of the Stomach Liver millions yearly it is our bounden duty so Bowels Kidneys Bladder Nervous Diseases Loss old worm rious impurities from the slow work and consequently poor pay of Appetite Headache Costiveness Indigestion A NEGLECTED to do SENSE Pub eaten barrels in which it was kept Not Biliousness Fever Inflammation of the Bowels Yet it is the cheapest forage that can bo Piles and all derangements of the internal viscera only was the water bad but the supply A Physicians Ties for the Education of supplied on the farm A good hand A newspaper article is headed Earth- Purely vegetable containing no mercary minerals or deleterious drug occasionally proved inadequate and the Nose in the Sense of SmellingThat is right the lower the Price J5 cents per box Sold by nil druggists with a sharp knife will readily cut bind quake Loro when the vqynjre was an unusually long Isnt it a little singular dont you ahd shock two acres per day in averago better Pittsburgh Chronicle one the necessity would arise of plac- Â¬ ing the passengers upon short allow- Â¬ think said Dr H R Allen that the corn Some farmers hire tops harvested To Ladies nose the orjran of smelling has ance at fifty cents per acre When well suffering from functional derangements or DR RADWAY S PILLS S2 Sy There was always a cow on board through all the long centuries been cured it is a small job to put them in any ol me painmi uisuiuers or woasueas store strength to tho stomach mid enable it to perincideut to their sex Dr Pierces treatise form Its functions The symptoms of Dyspepsia but there was no other milk to b had neglected in the matter of education the barn mow The best time to cut is illustrated with wood cuts and colored disappear and with them the liability of the system Â¬ than what she supplied no way of pre- All the other senses save that alone of when th tops are about half I6J pages suergeits sure means of to contract diseases ripe Mak Â¬ serving it having then been discovered smelling are cultivated and improved ing liberal allowances such fodder plates complete self cure Sent for 10 cents in Canned fruit and vegetables were Address Worlds Dispensary stamps There wis com- Â¬ Take that of sight which has been aid- Â¬ should be put in the mow at a cost of Jiedicai Association iiuaaio xi x equally unknown SARSAPARILLIAN RESOLVENT monly a fair provision of mutton and ed and educated by means of the micro- Â¬ seventy five cents per acre I think pork live sh ep and pgs being carried scope and telescope not to speak of three acres of tops will make as much it A statue becomes smaller when it rains A positive euro for Scrofula and all Blood and Skin Diseases is a statue wet estimating JJLDVAr it CO X TT but of other freah meat and of fish the spectacles which overcome visual defi- feed as one of meadow Butin the barn it at four acres the cost stock was generally exhausted by the ciencies and cont nue old eyes in useful Fair Fashionables patronize that standard 0K would be three dollars In mv locality punfyinp agent Glenn 8 Sulphur Soap Hill s Time the vessel had ben a few days at employment to the last moment of ex Â¬ timothy hay sold at seven dollars per Hair and Whisker Dye iiluck or Brown 50c sea refrigerators at that period not WfiKllKl istence If you have a daughter with a acre as it stood in the field And In re havingbeen invented Moves in tho highest circles Saturn SOW SELL THEIR But the arrangements on board these piano or neighbors similarly endowed the custom prevails where meadow is Boston Bulletin ps were defective in much more im- Â¬ you know what has been done in edu- Â¬ let out on the shares to take one half sh UNRIVALED ORGANS portant matters than in not providing a cating the touch By educating the for putting the other half in the barn or It take an Irishman to pick his way On the EASYper monthnyntem100 payments to the at HIKE up rnt of rt2K styles 22 through tho world Puck good table for the passengers- - Tne finger tips the blind are enabled to read stack This rule is too extravagant Send lor Catalogue wlthfullparticularsmalled free boats even when they were seaworthy The senses of hearing and of taste are But taking it as it is hav costs four en dollars per acre put in the barn and of A is a co ahead letter You often hoar UPRIGHT PIANOS wh ch frequently was not the cace both educated A leading industry were so few in number that in the Take the practical arts What a making every reasonable allowance for Constructed on the new method of stringing on Do the Tudors live here No they similar terms Send for descriptive Catalogue event of shipwreck there was no possi Â¬ blessing a plumber or a health ollicjr localit es speaking of faumingdlstr ct mailed free bility of the r holding more than a thrd would be with a nose traned to his busi and variation in prices hay costs from live Tudors below here MASON HAMLIN ORGAN AND PIANO CO of the souls on board The lonr boat ness What a sweet boon a specialist two to three times as much as corn tops How to take care of your eyes keep a Boston New York Chicago Then there is still a greater disparity indeed was practcally useless in an would be who with a sniff or two in the Saving corn tops is a net gain for if civil tongue in your head emergency as it was almost invariably suspected locality would be able to sav not thus utilized it goes to wate I passed some queer and here I am in fiijea np witn sheds lor the accominotla- tins is malar a that s scarlatina of the cow sheep and pigs and it theres tvnhoid fever strange whereas the rental value of meadow prison all ou accouuterfeit he sighed tion Isnt it Baltimore JTexs would nave been several hours work to that this last quarter of the nineteenth land must be taken into account and must be added which in this locality A tale of youth maiden and father clear the boat and launch her century b g with great invertons has o Scene one AJUUNJ gate Scone two gaiter The law did not then render it com done nothing for this lonr nejrlected would rate at five dollars per acre Scene three gait Tid Bits if the farmer puts up his own meadow THE GREAT ENGLISH RETVTKDY pulsory for every vessel crossing the j sense Then the shape of tlic nose It For Liver Bile Indigestion etc Free from Mercury Atlantic to - carry- a sunreon and - the is not unlikclv that it has p reatlv de- - he should charge himself with that muchÂ¬ Vegetable Ingredlenta Agent only The spring to begi with and the exhaustve na- are theages of doubtfulchickens and women contains C1IAS Pore CKITTKXTON NEW TOKE owners of the various Jmes ol American generated in form from what it once most subjects on thi lit Take an old coin of Rome or ture of timothy meadow is an important tle earth JSew Haven Xews packet would not incur the expense of was consequence was Greece and you will r adily sat sfy factor Cutting timothy and corn fod- Â¬ providing one The TcanynonB Ioemu Â¬ Oxe of tho ice that if an accident occurred or there yourself that this is no mereassump der the whole stalk wll each impov- man thing can ba said in favor he doesnt Queen Victoria has the great English poet to sing If he has any left over Roman and Grecian noses of erish soil much quicker than other warm it up for breakfast Danville Breeze her praise For this he has been Knighted In was serious illness on board no medical tion crops The silica which glazes the stem America the birthplace of iho telegraph telephone assistance was available When I was pure types are now extremely rare to the and steam engineering The to Europe in the 3Iediator in These distinctive types are merg ng into or stalk and gives it strength to sand sers royal family always wears its trou- merits of Henrys Carbolicthousands testifyhealing returning Salve the hest erect is thus removed from the soil turned up at the bottom because it is It is said that 1M2 a sailor fell from one of the yards a conglomerate nose-Ointment In the world Beware of worthless imita reigning in England Life if tions Buy the genuine Hexby Carbolic Salte badly fracturing his right lejr The character depsnds largely upon the form and soil persisted in and not returned to the effect will soon the The woman poem is not commander of the vessel was a Yankee of the nose Why then leave so much very apparent But when thebecome tops of tho woman youyou can call ain the mornEn- - to chance can call early Why not train up a nose in that is a native of one of the New on James lliver Vs-- in Claremont corn stalks arc taken comparatively ing to get breakfast Washington Critic Colon v Illustrated Circular Free gland States and he had the Ingenuity the way it should go J F HAlNCIIA Claremont Ta good nose a nose little of the silica is removed from the resource which are If a person has a 4itd readiness of Cax you speak Spanish Miss Stuckups field Well no not quite But I can play the A LIMITED OFFER GREAT CHANGE characteristic of the people of that sec- - of character he usually like the biuo 1 have fed tops several winters and tion of the Union He so admirably set t china endeavors to live up to it To found them equal to tnrvhv for food Spanish Dance on the piano Pays for scTear sub K the injured limb with splints that when j elevate the race then would it not bs and if any difference les - or was re- Â¬ Women aro so fond of trimmings and DO LytillS criptlon to the Weeily Home Rochester JS Y- the ship arrived t London and the man well to bejriu with the noses I have quired My horses relit id do well finery that they even have their tempers Amerlctn Itural subscribed for by without 1S S to Bartholomew Hosp tal the little doubt that a pug nose has in many on such forage But the most remark- Â¬ ruffled once in a while JTerchant Traveler Decemberpremium ifJanuary 1SS7pages November the Cheapest was taken and 4S to 56 coland Best Weekly In the World 3 officials of that institution highly com- - cases been more burdensome than the able feature is that men vno rent land years old For One Dollar you hare one umns A eecent comic song is called Soap Many a bov ol the choice f rem over 150 different Cloth Bound OJollar pf mented Captain Morgan upon had tiro verb al millstone-perhaps been turned allow the leisure season to pass unim Â¬ It comes in bars Binghamton Republican year postVolumes 300 to pp and paper onebooks given good intentions has v paid Boot postage Ec Extra 50SXQ iiiimiti proved in this respect and purchase are Law Without Lawyers The fact aside from th path of h rh endeavor by hay oIolasses is sometimes put on tho table awav Among themFarm Cyclopedia Farmers and performed tbe operation Family Cyclopedia for their teams when a few days1 Merchant Traveler tiie discovering in the formative period that Stockbreeders Guide Common Sense in Poatry htowever remains that but lor L Yard Wo of the his nose was a pug or of some other work would pay the bill DJour- Â¬ purely fortuitous circumstance Thomas in National Live StJc The old chaps who wore armor were the Medical LnrnmrfUr of the vessel havinjr lieen plebeian form Many it is true have nal first mail carriers Boston Bulletin States Universal Hl tory of all Nations Popular -- m History 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effects of the strange SPENCER COOPER Editor disease that has afflicted him for some time past was found in almost continual walking was believed a few days ago to HAZEL GREEN KY have walked himself into his grave He DEC 7 188G was in the clutch of death but has reWEDNESDAY sumed his walking Physicians say it is of endurance Death Jasea H Williams of Frenchburj is a- only a questioncan relieve him from the Legislature from this Dis- alone thev say didsie for the maiaay tiict composed of the counties of Menifee j iron grip of his mysterio HoBtgoaery Powell and Wolfe subject to Meanwhile ho is doing fiv e miles an IBe acuoa 01 uc xemouuc jwitij hour not including rests He walks 20 hours out of 24 He shaves as he walks and takes his meals while on the go He Crime in Kentucky has not been known to sleep moro than Louisville Commercial Here is subject as old as the State four hours out of the 24 iu years Crime in Kentucky is the itself You will have no use for spectacles if aaoet familiar head lino to be found in the rhole list of exchanges Special tel Â¬ you use Dr J H McLeans Strengthen- Â¬ egrams to the outside press detailing our ing Eye Salve it removes the film and feuds and murders are eagerly accepted scum which accumulates on the eye by the leading journals East and West ballB subdues inflammation cools and The character of these crimes give them soothes the irritated nerves strengthens general interest and the papers are jus- Â¬ weak and failing sight 25c a box tified in detailing them The fault is Sold by G B Swango Hazel Green and not in the morbia taste of the newspaper J N Vaughn Campton readers but in the indifferent public sen Â¬ r timent that makes such crimes general After the tuneral services of Howan Countv has broken the peace Arthur were over great excitement again and murder stalks boldly in the was caused by the fact that a man shabÂ¬ highways there whenever one of the bily dressed was discovered trying to any desperadoes within its borders feel reach the Presidents carriage He was that it is a good day to go gunning for an intercepted by a reporter who sat on enemy The remarkable internecine the carriage box with the driver and quarrel between the French and Ever proved to be Nathan Schuler of Bondout aok factios in Perry County has been ifY the same man who was arrested Vroaght in to a new prominence by a at the Albany Bi Centennial for an al- Â¬ collision between the members of the leged attempt upon the Presidents life two bands at Hazard in which one was He told the reporter that he mustBce the iMtantly killed The telegrams bring President to tell him that he had no in- Â¬ jMserances of peace through the kindly tention to injure him The attention of Intercessions of an arbitration committee the police was drawn to the crank who One might as well paste a wafer over made several attempts to reach Mr the muzzle of a loaded gun and expect Cleveland as he sat in the carriage Schu- Â¬ BET It not to go off when the trigger was pul Â¬ ler was nearly reached by a detecti vewhen led as to patch up that truoble with soft he took to his heals and was soon lost in words A whole county has engaged in the crowd When the fact became tkk disgraceful warfare that would known it caused great excitement bring a blush to tho murderous cheek of izerommo nimseu une wortniess wretcn cases of Fever and Ague the blood esgages in a drunken quarrel with anoth Â¬ is In effectually though not so dangerÂ¬ as er Their respective families take up ously poisoned by the effluvium of the the quarrel and begin to pick each other atmosphere as it could be by the deadli- Â¬ oflj and then whole communities become est Dr J H McLeans Chills interested and the result is that the en- andpoison Cure will eradicate this poison Fever tire State suffers through the conflict of from the system 50 cents a bottle Sold vice and ignorance A little less liquor by G B Swango Hazel Green and J and a great deal more learning is the on- N Vaughn Campton ly recipe for the moral ills that are eat TSNsDOLLAHS ing the social and business heart out of A letter received here last Saturday many of the counties in Eastern Ken evening brougnt tne miormation that tucky Green Ward a former well known citiA Sentimental Boom zen of this place had been shot on Nov Louisville Commercial 23d by a man near Georgetown Texas Gen S B Buckners visit to Louisville with whom he had swapped horses The Dlace recalls the fact that he is marching as party had represented his horse as sound serenely on to the gubernatorial chair as and Green discovering that ho was if there were not a dozen men in the hipped refused to pay the difference 15 State more competent and more deserv-Â¬ when the man told him he was a liar ing His nomination by the State Dem- Â¬ about some remark made and Green ocratic convention appears to be a fore downed him The fellow then shot him gone conclusion The boyswho work the ball entering about the breast bone the wires have said it and the politician and ranging towards tho right- - shoulder who are after the offices havo accepted blade The doctors think Tiis recovery it inevitable So certaintodocs his nomi- Â¬ doubtful but have hopes unless inflam- Â¬ nation and election seem a prominent mation sets in editor that he is reported to have Bent a special envov to Hart County to secure Animals are often afflicted with a disfor friena an appointment in Got ease called the mange the same disease Buckners Cabinet The Commercial In human beings is called the itch and has already asked what are GenBuck is highly contagious to cure it mix flour ners qualifications His war record does of sulphur with Dr J H McLeans Vol- Â¬ not hold out much hope His most arÂ¬ canic Oil Liniment bathe it thoroughly dent friends do not claim that he was and take Dr J H McLeans Liver and a successful soldier If there is nothing Kidney Balm Sold by G B Swango in his military career to forecast his Hazel Green and J r Vaughn Camp- greatness he should at least give evidence ton- oi Bumcieni executive aDinty to meet 2 48 D II Bradley the requifements of his new office The The State Central Committee met at LIST OF CLAIMS 2 00 Jas H Sword Clerk Aug elec 86 men who are pushing his claims rely Frankfort on Tuesday of last week and 2 00 P Wilson solely on the sentimental hurrah that decided to hold the next State conven- Â¬ ALLOVED AT THE OCTOBER TERM F 2 00 will confuse the better judg Â¬ tion in Louisville on Wednesday May W H Chambers jio doubt of the voters and make Gen Buck 14th and the County Conventions on Sat Of tlio Court oi Claims A Good HhoTTlng John B Hollen ment 2 00 ser calling and election sure 2 00 Aaron F Hobbs fiq Win- Â¬ STATE OF KENTUCKY urday April 23rd Mt Sterling j County of Wolfx 2 00 C M Hank Jr chester Lexington Frankfort and LouMr Carlste for Speaker Campton Oct 5 1SSG isville were the contending points but 2 00 J II Evans Bostom jHcraldj Tho following will show yon the allow- 8tcphen Swango the last named city carried off the prize 2 00 There need be little concern we appro The stringy is pulled and the wax fig- ances made by the Court of Claims and for G B Swango Judges fees 250 00 iend as regards Speaker Carlisles pros- - ures of politics will now begin to dance what to date above towiU 2 00 A J Asbury reviewer of road Biucuuu Give us a good Dr J II Stamper medical services 2 00 Sicmj ior re is needed to presiae in tne around at a lively rate 1 00 Z T Hurat He herc because he honest brainey ticket and our end of the 4 00 J N Vaughn burial clothes 1 00 S 8 Combs is the most creditable Speaker that has State some portion of the offices is all J M Cockerham Jr hnildg bridge 4 80 J C Lykins 1 00 occupied the position for many years we asK 344 25 Levi G W Drake Jailers fee Jfo Kandall has always had a yearning 1 00 Eash to sit in the Speakers chair once more 3 00 Logan Goso guard claim What Kentucky needs just now is a Spencer Cooper publishing list of 10 00 3mt he will hardly go to the length of tak live candidate for Governor We want a claims of 1885 4 00 J Marion Ely ing it from any party but that of the man of business ability with modern Darid Hogg Clcrke loe 160 25 Cooper Johnson attorney fee and Democrats Besides though the Repub Â¬ ideas and enough push to remind the Thomas Gullet support of wife 35 00 40 00 interest from Nov 1884 licans would like Mr Randalls aid on state that the administration is yet alive A C Peck keeping pauper 120 4S T A Lumpkins painting on court the tariff question on other grounds the The voters of Kentucky should not 4 00 15 00 houne snore experienced members among them lend their support to any man until they J S Wheeler transferring prisoner 250 00 18 00 greatly prefer Mr Carlisle He will be have thoroughly heard what he has to J M Kash School Supt fees A Bassett services as Architect J 15 60 W the next Speaker if he lives As a mem- Â¬ say upon all questions of interest to the C M Hanks Jr Constables fees 2 00 B Duff 1 days attendance Court 1 00 ber on the floor he would be highly ser state We have had too many politicians Ransom Drake jail guard 2 00 James Spencer 1 00 ficeable to his party and the nation also and nonentities for Governors We now V S Drake jail guard 2 00 S 8 Rose The Democrats much need a debator want a man who will manage the busi- Â¬ Fielden Coi services as Coroner 6 40 2 00 Isaiah Spencer of his ability as a leader in their contests ness of the State like he would the busi Â¬ John Tolson jail guard I 00 3 00 J G Mullins with the opposiion which now consider- Â¬ ness of a railroad Louisville Post 4 37 D D LanBaw burial clothea 2 00 S T Murphy ably outweights them in its debating 183 3S Levi Kash Attorneys fesa 2 CO II C Elkins Eugene Tyler of Adairsville Ky is J M Rose burial clothes 8 00 2 00 A J Linden not quite as full of electricity as the Cal- Â¬ John C Tolson jail guard 4 00 W 20 Tha Carlisle Contest T Tompkins 3 00 Oovra GTOS xor 24 The attornevs ifornia young man who set3 things on fire Daniel Pelfrey making coffins 2 00 Wm Lansaw Hi George H Thobe Speaker Carlisles by looking at them but he is pretty well Combs and Vaughn burial clothes 14 50 2 00 JohnTcrrUl opponent in the late election are busily charged It is said that by rubbing his G T Center Sheriffs fees 82 76 2 00 Ambrose Swango eaiagedin getting the information toÂ¬ hands together quickly he can place W F Elkins fee bill 3 00 Shelby Wilson 2 00 gether preparatory to takine depositions them on a mans shouldors and control G T Center taxea 8 50 00 him completely and that no one has yet Stephen Swango Ct Claims 3 days The Hon- - O WBoot ancf L A Wood 100 00 S been found who can resist the influence Improvements poor house farm 00 P Murphy have been retained by Mr Thobe and thjis exerted He can also light agas jet J W Wilson Judge election Aug S3 2 CO AF JohnBon 00 rillpash the case vigorously No ik by an electric spark sent from his finger H I Spradling 2 00 tices hTe as yet been given and none 00 AJ Linden 2 00 W B Duff will be untill Mr Thobos attorneys are two feet away Carlisle Mercurv GH Lacy 00 iMrtasfied of the character of proof that 2 00 W T Tompkins J C Stamper 00 The Louisville Commercial says the WraP Lacy taa le preeented They are encouraged 2 00 H 04 Isaiah Spencer y the character of the developments in labor element in politics and the prohibi- T R Horten II II 2 00 James Spencer It 00 tne matter to far and if they hold out tion have some points of resemblance JohnProfitt I II II 2 00 Wm Latisaw 00 they believe that even a Democratic ma The strength of the first has no relation Jefferson Bush II II II 00 H C Elkins 2 00 II II II jority can not fail to award Mr Thobe to the number of men who work and the 00 Stephen S Rose 200 Ambrose Swango II II I the seat OoL Wood told the Commer latter no relation to the number of tem- Â¬ LD Lansawy 00 l II II 2 00 Shelby Wihon 00 cial correspondent yesterday evening perance people Again the man who is Dennis Brewer II II II 00 2 00 J G Mullins D L Williams late that if unsworn testimony could be the biggest labor politician usually is not I II 00 2 00 Tolin Terrell relied upon he had ficured un more than the best workingman and a similar thing James H Brown W O Mize Commissioner to settle can be said of tho prohibitionist who Allison Rose 2 00 a thousand illegal Carlisle votes and ex Â¬ 3 00 with Sheriff pected to learn of as many more The makes the greatest display in politics 2 00 Spencer Cooper publishing list of Amyi JH contest is now on in earnest 10 00 claims for 1SS6 2 00 Casper Cable AVar has brofcen out in ilorehead Jas X Cockerham 2 00 1622 48 Total amount allowed Frequently accidents occur in the again and armed men are patrolliug the leasehold which cause burns cuts town One man has been shot from am- Â¬ T T Williams Sheriff Aug clec 86 2 80 Amounts marked thus are for one days 2 80 attendance hv mistake in Court of Claims upraise and bruises for use in such cases bush and all that are left of the old fac- Â¬ Alex P Lacy Toll tax 200 and ten 10 cents ad valo 2 00 McLeans Volcanic Oil Xini tions have taken up arms It is now DCSteele rem on the 100 worth of property 2 75 The poor house farm was leased by J D vf Mectkas for many years been thecon time for the State authorities to send up Wm Carroll AVm Lansaw 2 56 Chambers at 8000 per annum and the pau afcaat favorite family remedv Sold by a prosecutor who will persuade these desG B Bwaago Hazel Green and J N peradoes to step out of the State for a j John M Lansaw 2 35 pers at 5000 each per annum it jaafka Campton DAVLD HOGG Clerk 3 00 Attest lew months H K Nicfcell Â¬ J Hazel Geeen Herald a m 8Hr Walking to The Crave Wjlbash Iitd Nov 28 John Sny- Â¬ UYTH BEST Organs The Celebrated FasMoi The f hail -- SCHOOL DESK In Full Blast for the Season MAMMOTH Mt Sterling Ky Are first class in Material Workmansnip and Methods of Construction They are unrivaled in power and beauty of tone and in genuine excellence far surpass all organs of other makes everjoffered in our country STORET Masonic Temple OVER 67000 SOLD WA Sidney Scnoo cannlactnred by the Furniture Ge Sole Proprfeter Jons LouoHLttr ex-Presid- SIDNEY OHIO This Denlc ha feeen Adapted la JCmrf AH the Leading School e tk Cmatry Globes Registers Dictionary Haider Mpa Ifap Cases Numeral Frames Charts Dictionaries Anatomical Medals Microscopes And everything needed m a sceel riemu 3r Wnt8 as for complete catalogue Ad Â¬ dress BryGoods 1625000 NOW IN USE Wall Papers Hats Gaps Boots Shoes Erasers Blackboards LiqId Slating Bells Craven Sidney School flOJy Fsmiiurt bifiifr I SIDNEY OHIO Anjimmensejistock in all departments Their well Known ELECTRIC BELT FREE LOW PRICES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rule throughout Youlcan save your expenses both wayson a bill of by going there to trade Dont mistake the Their store is in the Masonic TEMPLE Buildingand they have no connection with any other house in town To introduee it we will for a short iissc giver awav in each county to these likely to swk good agents a limited number of ear GXX MAS ELECTRO GALVANIC SUSPENSO Â¬ RY BELTS a positive a BBfailiag care for Nervous Debility Weakness VarkeeeJe C0 Se Â¬ Loss of Vigor Rheumatism ete ward paid if every Belt we raaaafaetxre does not generate a Resume clectrie carreat Address atonce GERMAN BELT AGENCY P O Box 173 Brooklyn New Yorkv jaH TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK MT STEELING KY Hardman Pianos Chickering Pianos Mathus hek Pianos Emerson Piano- - Star Pianos Arion Pianos and the matchless Johnston Organs Write for Catalogues and Prices J M BIGSTAFF President W W THOMSON Caakfcr DIRECTORS James Chorst Dr R R Dbakk mr341y Audsb st Fssurx J T Hiohlad SAVE MONEY by going there to trade Â¬ CO JOHNSTON Wholesale and Retail Dealers D S w H GILLIS urrra McCord Aydelotte if 58 West Fourth Street CIE3CIP2ATi WHOLESALE O ATTERS No 613 West Mad - 1 Â¬ Â¬ M Â¬ M Â¬ Tho rUrpprnra of the above school tako pleasure in announcing to the public that highlv satisfactory arrangements have been madefor the positive opening of the Echool on Monday January 3d 1SS7 Three com Â¬ petent teachers have been employed whom qimlfieations are unsurpassed and the irser vices secured for a term of ycarr In mak Â¬ ing thi3 announcement we feel justified in asserting that the school will be an instution which will reflect an honor on this portion of the State and ursurpaesedeven by tho more pretentious similar institutions of the Located in a favorable geo- Â¬ large citieH graphical section healthy moral free from viciouH allurements and with a strict over eight lookiny to the protection comfort and mental training of the students Parents can rly upon their children being safe while under the care of tha faculty and trustees The attention ot younc menand ladies who expect to teach is specially called to the advantages to be gained in this school at a nominal cost - For terms of tuition and further informa oon applv to W O Mire HazUircen Ky or J W McGarvey Lexington Trustees J T Day G B Swango W O Mise Hazel Green and Prof J W McGar- Â¬ vey Lexington Ky reesiAeademy s- Street LOUISVILLE KY Sellers Liver Pills Act Directly on theliTer Ccnrs Cuxixa xxo FsvebDtspxtma toc SickIIxaoaces Btuocs Couc Coxstita Rheumatism Pilsa Pauitatwh Or TBI IIZART DlZZtNlMS TORPTD LlVO Coated Tosorr Stxzgutaaxxzs axdau Dijsajzj o ths Ltvra aso Stomach If you do not fee very weU a single pill ae bed tune stimulates the stomach teatam the appetite imparts vior to the eysteaL They care all disease like awifric Get the drcssiats Send fcrclrcalar SELLERS MEDICINE Sold by nsht kind SELLERS LIVER PILLS eOPtttaisbP seSco wlywp CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGAN Hm attained a standard c aatccBeac wfelcH admits of no superior J t contains evory Impr ovwacnt fcat teTatfrra gonlus skill and xnccey caa produce -- C1 ca--ci- ty HAZEL GREEM AO ADEMY WIINiUflVJiWWMBri z M DOWN GO THE PRICES We arc now receiving another LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCKÂ¬ the demands of all our customers at Wholeof cverv variety of Goods to we PROPOSE TO SELL FOR CASH or exchange for sale ana Retail which on a Cash basis Produce and Live Stock We have often tried to establish a tradecustomers of the failed We have also notified our friends and hut have as often DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF THE CREDIT SYSTEM and our intention to reform our business hut little attention has been given to vrhat wehavesaid Now wo intend to establish nnon the rums of the old credit system a STRICTLY CASH BUSINESS which will enable us to sell you goods i HH scfloois cnurcaee arZTS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tbese Oraraaa are celebrated fer quality of tone Quick response artietfe neauty in nmao perxect oonecrneue men tne moat deerat ornae ior lodges somom CheapeiiThan You Have Ever Bought Before We in particular invito the attention of RIVER MEN and others to our c c which we are offering at large stock of CLOTHING DRY GOODS special low prices for cash To all of our customers having accounts due we most earnestly solicit to come forward and make settlements You owe it to us to do so as well as to yourselves as honorable men We will sell you goods cheaper than you have ever bought them before can bettor afford it because we will take no risk on time Respectfully we vxeqxaxi3 rAcnxras SKTTTTH COaCBZXZDt XSTASLISSXB KXPTTJL W XiXS SOB THE FOPULAB hsirttctiM -- 0B0OI DrJH Bks ami Rom Mm TtohjT afpHMtfaWS ta2rgues aad Prie Â¬ JT jat5tev F DAY wmi V ffMnjlA Mi AM vNt dne mm m 3 -- J fc -d iixjjZjtfffi