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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - v2 r -- LJgfc3 J HW - HKf -- ---- SBKj - - b- - - W3 lKt trsL itac I BE sfct i - 4SB3i r srr 5- cr - - - - t THE Owner 2nd Editor W K V SKJGEFi COOPER Hazel reeN Herald THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD WITH NEWS FRGiVS -- p -- - -- ifi S X ALL NATIONS 5100 A YEABS Ahra m Airm -- V-5 VOLUME IL aWB HAZEL GKEEN WOLEE COUNTY KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 24 1886 Hazel Green Aendemv is advertised in A Good Work this weeks issue to openon January 3d with We are gratified to see in The Hazei WjmJ2AJLtJr XJLJLu a competent corps of teachers and evenr Greex Herald advertisements of se- Â¬ parent should see to it that their children Has a larger rireulation in the mountains of enter with the year This is fast getting to lect schools to be taught the next five months both at Campton and Hazel Eastern Kentucky than nnv paper in the be the best school in the land Green We rejoice at e very step forward State and merchants and others wishing to secure ths trade of Eastern Kentucky will in the development of the uiountaiua Frequently accidents occur in the find it TilE BEST ADYEKTISENG MElrUM household which cause burns cuts Without education railroads and tele- Â¬ Advertising Rates sprains and bruises for use in such cases graphs would be but mockery Our re-Â¬ Trsn8ient advertisements 75 cents an Dr J H McLeans Volcanic Oil Lini- Â¬ sources of mind are richer than our re-Â¬ inch first insertion 25 cents an inch for ment has for many years been the con- Â¬ sources of material wealth and these we each subsequent insertion stant favorite family remedy Sold by can develop ourselves We do not need Standing advertisements G B Swango Hazel Greon and J K to depend upon foreign capital for this 1 yer1500 1 inch 1 year 500 4 inches If we had gone vigorously at this work 2 incheil year 900 5 inches 1 vear 17f0 Vaughn Campton of education years ago the wars that i inches 1 year 1200 6 inches 1 year 2000 555Special ratcsou larger advertisements A Hoffman of Mt Sterling and Mr have disgraced our mountain land never local notices 5c a line with 5 per cent oil Pollock of Newport were here last Wed- Â¬ would have been and today the iron for long time nesday adjusting the losses in the recent horse would be drawing our mountains MJfllarriage and death notices free tri- Â¬ fire which was settled to the satisfaction of wealth to greedy markets and we butes of respect and obituaries 5 cents a of all concerned Mr Pieratt was al would be enjoying rich harvests from line Announcements of candidates for lowed 1550 on his house and furniture our labor We must prove ourselvesÂ¬ State or District offices 10 County offices while the damages to Judge Swangos worthy to be trusted before we can exCapital must 5 calls on persons to becomo candidates dwelling Iioufc and store were placed at pect others to trust us and their answers 5 ceuts a line Payable nave protection before it will invest It invariably in advance is not afraid of educated communities The news reaches us as we go to press After all we must be the architects of TIMETABLE that a very disastrous explosion occured our own fortunes Three Forks Enter- Â¬ Kentucky and South Atlantic Railway at Crockettsville mill in Breathitt coun- Â¬ prise Standard time 22 minutes slower than Mt ty one day last week About ten persons were seriously injured One young man Sterling time No 1 leaves 2ft Stealing at 7 A M arrives had one of hi3 legs severed from his body at Rothwell at 840 A M and thrown about ten feet The stump No 2 leaves Rothwell at 9 a t arrives at was amputated but he has since died Mt Sterling at 1050 A M mortally No 3 leaves Mt Sterling at 140 P M ar- Â¬ Five others it is thought are wounded rives at Rothwell at 320 v x No 4 leaves Rothwell at 345 P M arrives at Mt Sterling at 530 P M The elegant court house at Paria was No 2 connects at ML Sterling with 1105 A damaged bv fire last Friday morning to O railway the extent of 5000 X and 157 P M trains on C The cause of the for Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville fire was a defective flue and it had been No S connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A dis- Â¬ O from the East and 130 burning for some time before it was M train on C Some of the records of the pm train from Lonisville and Cincinnati covered jSSMontgomery county court day special court were greatly damaged bv water leaves Rothwell on the 3rd Monday in each The building cost about 130000 and month at 730 A M arriving at ML Sterling was insured for 50000 at 9 A i Returning leaves Mt Sterling at 3 P it arriving at Rothwell at 430 P M Sam J Salver recently teacher of the Leaves Rothwell for ML Sterling at 5 P M public school at this place is now loca- Â¬ GEO B HARPER Supt ted at Morehead the junior member of the law firm of Salyer Orear Salyer LOCAL The main branch of the firm is at Mt THE KBW5D3ST Sterling but Sams friends will seek him HOST FEA3U3SS The Hazel Green Jolly Club trill give out aud he may yet prove the main MOST POPTJTAPw stem of the syndicate At any rate his several hops during the holidays friends wish him an abundant success ABLEST EDITED Sendour children to the Hazal Green Ketvspaper in Amcriou Academy to have them educated Hazel Green Ky Dec 22d 18SG A Hoffman agent Mt Sterling My dwelling and furniture insured by Eev J W Kendrick will preach in For Inside Information of schemes public you for 1G00 and destroyed by fire oh corporate private or other kind you will be town to night and continue over Sunday December 8th 1S86 has been fully paid obliged to read THE ENQUIRER and settled to my entire satisfaction As to political and social intelligence Floyd Day and Dr Taulbee of this Please accept uiy thanks for your prompt- Â¬ place are attending Circuit Court at AHD ness I recommend any one having prop- Â¬ Jackson erty to insure to take a policy in your Ono is sadly ignorant who falls to consult that J H Pieratt greatest of all newspapers When religion and righteousaness are agency relaxed rum rebellion aud recklessness Some fifteen or twenty students have assume gwav NUMBER 4 c bs- - J X rAAC TAULBEE3fl PIpiejtB aad Surgeon HAZEL GREEK KY W MAPEL Atxokkey-jlt-Lji- w fl i Tff XTTD A T 4T I 1 TRADE AT THE JL I ASK YOUR ATTENTION ITiflTlT T JJ TTTITiTITi A lflTTM mil I lift f Axd Real Estate Ageht HAZEL GREEK KY W2t wMtke in all the Cocrt9 of Wolfe Pw2lf Meaifce aI Breathitt counties tax- Tklw euuBined abxacts furnished pA for soa rcsidont real estate bought m ekL CelJectioss a specialty Girthing House f Mt Sterling Ky hen you visit our city loolc out forfcho CASH SIGiS on Main atreet CASK means every article at rock bottom prices T guarantee this to you as I keep no books credit nobody sell far CASK SBiyi 1 am dealer iu watches clocks and jewelry Rogers Bros 1S49 kruveV xstd spoons table and ten every thing to be found in a first class jewelry store fect I am olso dealer in Boots Shoes Hats and Gaps jL TIERAT JOKX A Drummers lream of Heaven HOUSE H Pieeatt Peoprictoiu HAZEL GliEEX KY patronage Jr Ladies Fine Shoes tho best that ia made Childrens Shoes in all sizes anI strk Gentd Fine and Heavy Boots Now good people rcmeinber that I am the only firm in our city thai- sslfe fcr CASH ONLY this is the firm you want to find to save yea a BIGREK OErC No trouble to show goods Asking you to call when in tbe city and see you soon I remain Respectfully yours - MM Fwiisitf Suit kwv lic k selieiiei and the proprietor will ALACE HOTEL FRENCHBURG flr Tfce f the traveling pub- Â¬ rjive lite Wflt be can get and charge you lightly M Main Street W VOWELS Mt Sterling ooo oooo oooo C ooo Xt KY WILLIAMS Proprietor Tke patrosage of the traveling public is nm pcctfally iaviUd Table the beet and vrcrj stteatia to the comfort of gaests J II THE KENDALL HOUSE COX3f EK CINCINNATI CALVERTS PILLS e llAIX AND PBlffTONSBUBG WEST LIBERTY KY STB Mrs E C Kendall - Proprietress Tke tWe is supplied with the best the Q ML of teble EORGE E TUCK WITH Mtfhet sJTerdc EreerieBced hand in charge Carges rcasouahle POE 1887 WKITE IIUFFAKER 6SH Dealers in Who1ealc j Boots and Shoes J J L Waiie 3 Creea A- - DAILY and WEEKLY CIS West Main Street NEWS V Hifeker j LOUISVILLE KY - CsMWty Attemey Rest Estate Agent ana Metary Public and ia ia all Trtifi CBticCeart CnrtWolfeAppealBAd of sad J44f Bl011cctia a Ssedlty CAJiproif Wolfe Cocntt Ky J O C LYIOas HE BE W ASD EEBftAHT 5- TRUTH FACTS - HKJH ARM r JENNIE JUNE I 1 -- Zr rm atfTz -- i Musicat Hazel CWIMC MAC HI HE only 20 instead nGLJFtfM 3SST 3TJX HO OSHES their circular li Green academy costs ofj 30 put down in - Power of Salyerville was in town Thursday en route tolzcl on very pleasant busines J P Academy which opens on January 3rd and it is confidently expected that 100 6r jnorc will be in attendance on that dav Prof A F Erb recently a Pro-feasor of Bethany Va College will be principal and Ins wife music teacher while Miss Subiett a lady teacher of Lexington will assist in the school room already aranged to attend Hazel Gresn But if you are Dizzy have Gold Feet have taste infeyour mouth like somethin rotten or a breath that would make your best Iriend hold you off to prevent too close contact feel irritable thick headed and u no account generally just settle it that your LIYSE is 12 active and try these Littte Sugar Cf aM Prfgfj This i Hen Sgg pattern must go Concentration is the order of this day CALVERTS LIVEB PILU3 are vegetable remedies ENTIRELY and ik the most concentrated form any Physician may havethe formula hy addressing ml i m r Iwe a nize fil at a iin nbb ARE NOT RECOMMENDED TO mm 5 n h m m i o NOR DO i a UULLU n Tiqt live newspaper that allows nothing to escape its knowledge Biipprcsss3 nothing cf im Â¬ portance for a bribe or obligation applies no sugar coated excuso for evil deed or their au Â¬ thors calls mittake3 by their proper names P JCALVERT GifCiNNATi O A G Co joiin NONE EQUAL THE ENQUpER Comprised in its columns aro complete Mar ket Reports Telegraphic News from all over the world Excellent Feature Articles Miscellaneous Food for the Intelligent Rrain Moral Instruction Terac Criticisms cnl Sparkling Wit Tho policy of tile Emquier Is to servo tlio whole country and tho people impartially to bring about gcruind rnd lasting reform bene ficial to all to freely speak the truth unci give facts to expose corruption wherever fiunl and to render f 11 ioible asiiitaiico in tho detection ami puuifhuivnt of vice EtuVcribe for it for I3S7 and enjoy the satis Â¬ faction of bcinj a reader c the test newspaper in the world Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ --- aosssiA FUANK OOUVION t ecaummmL CO eaeaLeaajLeaKU3Cijy tC 3f Lflii f She LADLES FAVOEITB because St is UGHT SUTraiNG- and does emek leautifui work Agoata Parcr iecbeeuee it is a quiet and easy seller - MRS WlMEBISSMCUfiED TEEWMY T rOH OX3gtO CJX JUKE HMUFACTUR1NG CO Cr USallg Atsmb and Ontario Strsst CHICAGO ILL INFORHATIOH m MAKY at suffer from PERSONS Hits 0taon i v VMpUUjiAiv V X sssssssssev Headache ItturaXfjia IZhaumuxtUm neither X Ximbt Hack emd sslXSides Had JtJood JPains in the Sef i laGenHptlioEitrIrouhis jnUiestlmJIjrifnnlei w r r T LOUIS STIX Dry Goods gfe- NOTIONS Cincinnati i i5 y K Capt R S Chcvis formerly of Mt Sterling and Mr Beauchamp took an -- HHtJa CHIOUL C WES SK HEADACHE active part in a local option contest at bbb ui usk aaa Side y Greenville Alabama last week and re- Â¬ ura ervea uui sixcaguirsios ue muscita ceived some rough treatment at the hands IIUIU COKXAL CURES DYSPEPSIA of the whisky men who were victorious fVlllffttUttTI lav vMtaif V oulsi The temperance evangelists were set uplUrtH Uw roe tliroah the prrT sctloa cf Ua v ucua bhuuij Rppeaie The Tenth Kentucky Congressional on by a mob headed by tho mayor and K9AL CBSES KE8Y0USMESS district ha3 more of its Republican cit- town marshal and Capt Chevis was BntHtll cjmI Wak zmr Anltru izens in Government offices than any knocked down and badly beaten Beau two districts together in the state have champ drew his revolver and escaped in- Â¬ HPIUM CtNUL CUSIES 0VERW0IKE Courier Journal Democrats jury They left the place but Capt PubtWrtiVwwswnueaa i4aiHckly CklUren Chevis immediately returned to seek reaa geaeraJ tobJc Ex Governor P H Leslie of GJasgow dress in the courts Alaukaae ad DIarr has been appointed governor of Montana l Saaf tAlllrc tA flTPV KK ftt HOME in nT Uuuunt nctnml Territory This Territory is the fourth J M Rose thewell known trader and LzMtFteracieUs9tesi9 Addres division in size in the Union and its merchant of Stillwater this county has VUiiA tMtUC CHEMICAL CO mining wealth ia rapidly bringing it into purchased the property of D S Godsey AVnKElD USA prominence known as the Wilson property for 600 Qr3fik and will move to it about the first of B M Hamilton a blacksmith living March There are twenty five acres of at the Ford of Grassy in Morgan is ne- land in the tract with only moderate im- Â¬ gotiating for a residence and shop at this provements but there is one of the finest place for the purpose of locating He chalybeat springs on the place in the acrotTKsa axd jobsscs 07 is known among his customers as a first State and it ia altogether susceptible of class mechanic improvement that will make it the finest residence property about Hazel Green The Mt Sterliug Gazette is enjoying Wc welcome Mr Rose to our midst and great prosperity On the 5th of Janua- would be glad to have many more citiry it will be enlarged to a nine column zens like him to come among us paper making it one of the best weeklies in the State We congratulate the Ga- Â¬ Court ay at Mt Sterling AND- zette on its success There was an immense crowd in town but tho majority of them were buying Dick Foreman who killed Jerry Cra Â¬ goods for the holidays Stock men revens on the 1st day of January 1885 at port a slight improvement in the market ML Sterling had his final trial on the and think it will be better right along 22d inst and the jury being out less J W Wilson auctioneer reports about XAC3 J UW0K STSE3TS than an hour brought in a verdict of 21 200 cattle on the market selling from 3 years in the penitentiary to 4 cents About 25 yoke of oxen brought from 50 to 100 per yoke The directors of the Hazel Green Acad heifers brought from 10 to 15 irADE HOUSE emy hare employed as good teachers as cows from 12 to 20 About 50 work can be found in the State and it is to mules brought from 85 to 130 No FRENCHBUHG KY the interest of the people of this section good horses sold publicly Plugs brought T J COPE Proprietor TeKe pftici wkh all delicacies of the to encourage the enterprise Send your from 30 to 50 About 20 horses and opecjK jKtCJiiioa jo commercial children there and benefit yourseiYesyyour mules sold at prices ranging from 60 to children aud your country 200 Mt Sterling Gazette T a WeedS He Mm HUttTBULGUtS EBUMATIS d Kidney Trotsblce bj- - deands th Miss Loucinda ICash daughter of Judge G B Swango returned from Shelby Kash near Frenchburg has beeli Lexington Wednesday where he had quite ill for some time been in the interest of our school He Henry L Godse who has been at- brought to our office an elegant bound tending Center College Danville Ky volume of Lands of the Bible which was presented to the Academy Library is expected J tome Sunday by Mrs Sally Logan He has the assurCrock Coldiron bullwirlcs may be ance of the sisters of the CW B M very useful butthey arc rather unsight that the library would be the recipient ly to Hazel Green visitors of many valuable books at the hands of them and donors through their solicitaJohn D White not the crested jav tion hawk is now carrying the mail between rr ipa The Hazel Green Academy opens its this place and Frozen Creek k 3t session on Monday January 3rd with i SUJ i Sat Green Strother formerly of this phice Prof A F Erb recently of Bethany who has been located at Pocahontas Ya College as principal and Miss Susie Sub- Is the Family Taper for the country home It for sometime is now at Denton Ivy iett of Lexington first assistant teacher gives the riiht news of the whole vrorM up to The present indications point to a full tho dy of pui ligation contains a mass of choice Judge John E Cooper pafised through attendance as applications are pouring rearllis matter douls iu At Literature and Hazel Green on Sunday last en route to in from Breathitt Lee Estill Morgan Science and iti Market Rporta Agricultural Jackson where he is engaged in several Magoffin and other couutics for entrance Department hu iloueholi page can notbetur suits to the institution The board of direc- passed It ia the largest and cheapest paper in tors have room for all and will furnish Union and is oom cded by every body to be tLt Mrs W J Wallace of this place ha additional teachers should the number b st vteliy paper published been suffering severely with rheumatism of pupils in attendance render it necesand pnumonia for several days but is sary Otf2 Ycar SI Six Monti CV now better A Free Copy for Clubs of iivc J Grant Thomas of LouelIenwill begin The meeting of the medical loard of a subscription school at Canaanon Deexaminers will be at Campton on Jan cember the 27th and continue for five DAIIY UXQUIttKIt 10th and 11th instead of 17th and 18th months This speaks well for the commu IMo 3 Mo Moi lVr SI M S3 75 S7 00 as reported last week uitv and the citizens should endeavor to Rnndavand Daily 115 Si5 GOO 12 tO Dally ex Sund iy 1 73 make it a permanent institution Other Any three daya 6 0 65 I 0 2 23 1 3 43 Pupils desiring to enter the Hazel neighborhoods should fall into line and Any two daya 1 5 15 2 Any one day Greon Academy can pay their tuition have good schools during the winter 1 IS 5 2Cv Sunday Iiiuc fee with accepted orders on County Su-Â¬ This keeps your children on the road perintendents of their respective counties o progress and enlightenment We hope Address Sl3XrTTX2F52E3af to have the pleasure of announcing the CINCINNATI OUIO Married At the residence of the commencement of such schools in every brides father A C Puckett on the 23d community in this county Three Forks JOHN R McLEAN inst Mr John Hall to Miss Amanda Enterprise Publisher and Proprietor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ G 1 1 1511 C wgt jQ B9SSMAN GOilYiOM 1VIT0IE3AL2 itAnr7ACTCIlBB3 OF iiiii - sliSis5 00 Oil in liUiliUWWj vi BRIDLES c 74 11 j f lli t III and 76 MainStreet O BJi mM vs 33 O H 00 xMrlYtr years since medicine waj as m rwnedy ror Worms and fro time iu the preseni da7 it is almost untrensally acknovtaised taroachoat inearly JI parts ot wrtd to be erntim rrmtdu Worm Cunfeetions made mora fni- - the parpoa nr plesjins tie palate tfcoa of orereccBlmr Uw an orer mo country but their short lease of life fa ncartr eihaDst P manactnrcs h1BsnaT 10 Children often look tV -- tj - jjliTr vtrmua2 waunuei ktowih faTorlUjrwraiici tiiescumucQ spate and sickly frow w i uc peers ana miners WMt they arc Irritable and feTensh someUnM crarlafr food and eattagr raTeaoiuly agala refMtojr whotecoiaadiec toein restlessly In sleep moaning asd griadlag tha teeth then be agared tb ea symptoms are BAFAHNESTOGKS jinjcuijjr W BSTABUSSZDHB7 tij ltUao te oof tt te g IS -it death i - liiutb-nfn- HI Hi Puckett Judge G B Swango officiating jrminndtntood tbacassa has beea proTed beyond earil tfcfttTrersw eariiw t infancytherefore parcat ItjclaUT r 3rea with IS chUdren cannot be too o berrintr of the jJrrt gyrrmtomi ofvermafor taVurs who arwy xfc conhuiy their so rarely as Xtr m be aflv and fpttdily removed from thenojf drHeateinfiaiibr tietbaelyuae of BJUteesteeks TtmMgi lhy ilelaas do not hesitate to reconunead it and hjw It l tieir practlee asd maay of meat emiaeMeTS qnantly Jvtja grlren t chiklrea as x sfe ptirjratlTe not nupaetlag the casse of the UtaeT aMtiSe tm of worm were dbcaarRed aad Usffiedlata relief afforded Great eaaOoa mast he ased by every be hl wwn jcidee la one sease and to ezaaise every bottk he boy of It Tho ime sanw oCPluumnovx kt oev m oKtrauj so see use tie uumau are B A FAaraeac i ijaeVt Kvtr rsuKXXiw Howaxb Oo Jta Hettrr J E Schwartt Co Ptttttmrg Pa Grntlemsnl hare ased tome of that rawt ezeeUect Ha riag csod the original S 5-- Tahsestoef Verat rcraedy B A Kahnegtocka Vermifnpe aad found It to fozo bt any practice far mamy yearsIhTeBent hare the desired effect I thialc yonr venalf ujjo caa taney la reeonaeadlstr K as a resedy vkieei te 9f not safely be dispensed with In any family reMaWfaadJHeterftaaHeawwwhew n rrmffiign i vn Yimn -t m w nnnRion seeded THCS gjHeiWry V strocaaMBa to i CO SGHftAfiTZ JMM iTtfOMin B A Fahnsstock ZMUm wm wm VI and when worms haTe really if EL if ba ml If y I iHctioi WF m mWmm V tlwWrfc aaAt rvj JL Mni Wllr Cf BUi ni lyrttlee rtathtaias U The following arc the new postmasters in this district P P Crawford Cane Branch Breathitt Thos H Patton Wbitakcmville Magoffin H G Whitt Vrinston Estill Mrs Faculty Select School NickelTs m - C B SWANCO - DEALEJt IX I- - r Â¬ Â¬ The undersigned will begin school in Ezcl Morgan county MONDAY JAN 3 18S7 which will continue five months and she kindly solicits a liberal patronage from all friends of education Mrs Literature Mrs mental Music Mary Niekell General AnnaJ Fields in Instru- Â¬ 6 25 7 50 GENEBAL MEROHANDESK HAZEL GREEN EENTUCKi - - pi - l - l Â¬ KEKC3 COXSTAXTLY OS ITAXBT X TVU A86OSTKENT Of Primary Department TERMS OF TUITIOX 8 7j Languages c 15 00 Music 1 50 Board per week Address Mrs MAltY F NICKELL Intermediate eg Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready mdo Clothfn Hats Caps Boots Show Quoensware Tinware Hardware Tabe and Pocket Cutlery GrocerÂ¬ ies Stoyes and Farming implements I 00 Â¬ or Â¬ Â¬ But buy Kellys STEEL axo It is the most perfect axe made Also buy STEEL horse They will outwear iron And ue shoe STEEL nails They cost the same as iron For alc in Hazel Green by SWANGO W T CASKEY G R PI In fact everything usually kept in a firat claas country tore aad alBOTIQM TK1QMX Also vill take in cxoliange for Goods or in pyHseati Aay debtdne me all kiiis ai Countrv Produce and Live Stock of every deseripCar I rE scs - S V McWiUiams NEW MT STERLING Po J x P ROGEES WITH Livery Sals and Feet KY Stable i SHIPLEY DOiSY CO -- t j Â¬ Chiles KY Agents for Fastern Kentucky MT STERLING Thompson F McGUlRE n UlUiCld orl Trorfnrc QUU naucio UflOrlftHOriOre uoauijuBJiciui DRY axQO DSVi iijCor 4th and Elm - Co rSi REPAIRING 1 AT MY SHOP Erel Ky in In tho best xtjle SgI am now prepared to do all kinds of ES repairhag ou Watches Clocks Jewelry 3jand optical goods Bring mo your work gjuand it will be neatly and promptly re gSpaircd at reasonable prices Hoping by honcsi work and fair prices to merit SS vour patronage I remain T F CARE 3j Your truly niade and eorset ntang Immense line of Mens Boys and Childrens Boots Hats Caps and Underwear A Handsome line of custom made Suits us when in the city Our goods are tailor j T J CLARKE 5 The RtteRtion of horse and mule dealers is ppeciallv invited t our facilities for lh Jiandling of stock and we invite all tradera ltrts OfSQ CINCINNATI UQ R TOWNSEND WITH Sieiers Carson iS37 W- - Hardware LOV1SVILLE Co KY 4ain Street Wm H FullerlkMi- Cap sts Gloves 5trw CckxI VmbtuWHi A --m HLLICOTJEe CV f vS i a - - i5stsT- - i r rrv- - morning he rose early but his mind was not so cheerful as usual His first thoughts were of his dear Ernestne and he reproached himself with having OOOiPKstPrjprtr while far from her yielded a moment 3 AZEL GISEU - - EENTUCBT to forgctfulness Ho felt a presenti- Â¬ ment that he should never see her again and a vague unrest for which he THE SONG OF THE CLOCK could find no cause troubled and per Â¬ plexed him Stay aaater a aaosaeat g bear me I His servant entered and handed him a letter he recognized the hand of Mad Â¬ Jtsd Mark what 1 ssv Asd mark vfaat I say With what haste he years I have balled yos by day aad by ame de Barville opened the welcome missive He would Ta M yon do rljrbt do rignt hear of Ernestine who perhaps had Io right added a few words He was filled with I delight and all sad reflections were ban et little yon heed lay xaonotoaous soag Which Tarns against wroa ished This was the letter w aleh warns apatast wroa o leteet that yon ave with each mo j eate few ft flight Pardon me my dear Verseuil for having until now withheld from you a scret You certainly merit our entire confidence but Te tlae to repent and do right my circumstances have demanded a reti Do right iEiML GfiESN Hemlb rr Â¬ Itxem daylight to darkness to dawn I continue to warn from darkness warn true bat my chief est delitht Is to bid you do right do right Do right Xch rlbratlBg pulse of my being Is fraught With serious thought With serious thought Per I Jtno w that each tick of mine heralds Client Of aseul into darkness do right eontlnne -- to Im a Iimc piee Hi te Do right What though the heart sorrows and paa stoaft and strife Cloud darkly your life Cloud darkly your life Gaze steadfastly sunward where jiromises brtcht Beam cfdmly for those that do right Do right Though fataeless Im sinless Industrious trse And so should be you And so should be you Would you have a heart cloudless and joy Â¬ ous and bright Try try to do right do right Do right Then scorn not my pleading good master and iriend Tor yon may depend Foryou may depend To her mothers letter Ernestine had That the dawn of true happiness follows the night added these words I will measure the Or the day of resolve to do right love of Verseuil by the care he gives to Do right Â¬ cence for which my heart has reproached me In believing me the widow or a veteran holdler you were mistaken 3ly husband still lives and is near you in your regiment I beg of you Versentl to show everv atten Â¬ lie is tne tion to the Chevalier de Slostluc best of men honor and loy ally personllled He is dearer to me than all the world beside and if so many reasons do not tuiilice to makejou love and respect him he is the father of your beloved Ernestine This information astonishes you and von ask no doubt why I am not known by my hus- Â¬ bands name It is an honorable name which we consider it our duty not to b nr since we are without means to maintain it properly Losses without number have de prived me of the wealth which was my in- Â¬ heritance The Chevalier de Montluc is a younger son and has no property lint he possesses the lofty prld or his race He suffers lor my poverty but lie shall not blush lor it In a world where to be poor is almost a crime Some day perhaps berore long this cruel state of things may be changed Then we will resume our namu and position but meanwhile Ernestine and I must lve In that seclusion belitting the un- Â¬ fortunate Therefore revere and love Mon- sier de Montluc as a father He needs care for he Is old he is perhaps somewhat sensitive for he is poor lit ware above all things of allowing him to suspect that you know his secret He would never forgive his daughter or myself us Ions as he lived 1 had not intended to conllda In you but after your departure Ernestine begged of me with tears the consolation of intrusting her fath er to the care of her best friend Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hatred of Ernestine The thought is insupportable1 He formed the plan of writing at once to Madame de Montluc and oxpla xiing the true condition When I am dead of affars he said she will read my letter to Ernest ine Ernestine will weep for me and will not despise me But why should I inform them in advance of a sorrow they will learn too soon Why hasten to carry depair to my darlings heart Finally he went to his writing desk and made a will gving all his wealth to Madame de Montluc and Ernestine After signing and sealing ths dicu ment he left the house to lind if possi Â¬ ble some relef from the anguish which overwhelmed hm He walked through the streets of Metz not caring whither he went the more unhappy that he had no friend in whom to confide his sorrow He must find a second What officer of the l egiment will render him this servÂ¬ He is a stranger while the ice Chevalier de Montluc possesses the gen- Â¬ eral regard He sought the First Lieu Â¬ He is a wise tenant of the regiment he sad perhaps ho can give man me some advice1 W J2 ScaWooL tn Youths Companion AN AFFAIR OP HONOE It Was Settled to the Satisfaction of AIL JL i J- i - - j Young Yerseutl had just received Iris commission as Lieutenant in a cavalry regiment garrisoned atMetz Verseuil was rich handsome and courageous His epaulettes the sword which gleamed at Iris side and the uniform which set off his fine figure so admirably thrilled Irim with joyful anticipation But now the time has arrived for him to join his regnient and he must bid farewell per-Â¬ haps forever to his dear sweet Ernest- Â¬ ine whom he loves more than fame Tsore than life almost more than honor Ernestine resided at Chalons with her mctber Madame de Barville their mod- Â¬ est establishment being under the charge of one old servant These two tears ladies were interesting through ther The First Lieutenant who until then merits and also on account of their sitÂ¬ had appeared unmoved was deeply uation wheh was unfortunate Ernest- Â¬ touched by the situaton and grief of ine embroidered in secret in order to this nteresting young man He knew procure for her mother those luxuries to him to be brave and understood that wh ch she had formerly been accusÂ¬ fear of death was not the cause of his tomed and which she now iound neces-Â¬ distress and tears He took the hand sary of Verseu 1 and said to him v erseuil saw Ernestine and could not Monsieur de Verseuil 3011 have won help loving one so amiable and beauti Â¬ my sympathy and may rely upon my He was generally admired and ful friendship I will try to arrange this esteemed and Madame de Barville saw unfortunate affair but I can not ass ire no reason to forbid his attentions es- Â¬ ynuof the success of my endeavors The pecially as the young man was entire Chevalier de Montluc is the be t of master of his own actions and fortune men but he is extremely senstive where and had fully explained his intentions His age renders his honor is involved However Madame de Barville a lady hm all the more exactng on this point of prudence and delicacy counseled The older I am he is accustomed to My dear YerseuU some delay she Do not interrupt me If you find say the morel should be respected said you should not without thorough consideration thus bind yourself for this discourse over long I will abridge Go to your room Monsieur de Ycreuil life Of course we feel deeply honored it You insulted me Monsieur de Ver Â¬ and seek to recover your tranquility I by your love for Ernestine but al Â¬ seuil and 1 have come to demand satisÂ¬ will soon rejoin you The First Lieutenant did not lose a though poor I could not take advan Â¬ faction You Good Heavens tage of your inexperience to assure to moment He went to the Colonels Yes I continued the oid ollicer quarters and found all the officeis tomy child a position which you might D d you think ir that you gether After some act ve debating it one day regret having given her A coldly career of distinction lies before you wereattacking a weak and defenseless was agreed that young Verseuil owed Serve your country and your King and old man You were greatly mistaken full reparation to the estimable Cheva Â¬ It can al Â¬ lier de Montluc and that he should when you understand your sentiments Honor is never powerless and find that your mind approves them ways find means to punish insult and make public apology for the ill timed 1 will not oppose a love intensified by force respect It cau render futile all jest whca had offended the brave of- Â¬ time Verseuil with the most heart- Â¬ the advantages of which youth is so ficer They then summoned the Chov felt emotion assured Madame de Bar Â¬ boastful I do not propose a fight with alicr do Montluc The Colonel as ville that his affection for Ernestine swords you could not desire it siokennin for the entire regiment rep Â¬ you would not wish to oppose your resented to the chevalier the youth and would endure while life remained During his journey to Metz he thought strength and skill against a man whose incxperenee of Verseuil the drunken constantly of Ernestine On his arrival hand is trembling and whose sight is condition into which his comrades had he was welcomed with the utmost cor- Â¬ dimmed by age It is my privilege to beguiled him the remorse of the young Wc man who promised to make amends diality by all the officers of the regi Â¬ make condit ons and select arms ment This reception flattered his self will throw dice Monsieur de Yeiveuil by irreproachable conduct in the future love and his spirits which had been do and he who throws highest shall blow and finally the hardness of the terms impocd--- a duel where one of the two pressed since his parting from Ernest out the brains pf the other Blow out vour brains Better i must per sh for an unimportant offense ine recovered something of their nat cried Verseuil simply a youthful imprudence The ural gayety In the evening he attended thousand times perish ne repast was uesiue ihuiuu wuiwiug tnu nuur m vio Colonel ended b- - bagging the Chevalier a military Banquet de Montluc in the name of the regi Â¬ excellent the wines of the best and that lent agitation replied ment to condescend to accept disregard of conventionalities prevailed You need not spare me apology and not exact so cruel winch is alwavs noticeable in soldiers i the old man proudly should fate gatherings Soon the mirth became exÂ¬ favor me I will not spare you- Mon Â¬ an atonement for so slight an injury Monser dj Montluc listened impass- Â¬ cessive The spirits of the guests sieur de Verseuil good morn ng This wTl meet ively to this speech and replied calmly sparkled like the wine which flowed un evening at eght oclock we Colonel if I were rich and young I ceasingly They strove to intoxicate the upon the rampart brmg a incnii thought himself obliged these words the Chevalier de could pardon him but I am old aud With new comer who Montluc departed slamming the door poor and therefore more than others to respond to every toast Verseuil unaccustomed to this riotous and leaving the unfortunate Verseuil in a target for insult from those who can the deepest distres- - Alas aganst boast of youth and fortune I have for kind of life brgan to lose his self-cotroL and ere long was so far gone as to whom was he about to light Against the protect on of mv name only my know nothing of what he sa d or did the man whom he ought most to revere courage and mv honor and I wll main Excited by the champagne and k and protect against an old man tain them wh le one drop of blood Hows the jests of his friends his reck-- j against the father of one so dear to in my veins The youth of Monsieur de Verseuil is no excuse If he were of Sessness soon passed the bounds of i him proprety Facing him at the same Jo no he said to himself I will ray age I would not exact from him a tabic was an old officer who though not ac cept the duel I can not 1 must respect whch he would not owe me seventy six years of age still held only not accept it but then what would my His inexperience has need of a lesson ihe position of Lieutenant This was comrades sav What would Monsicifr and that which I will give him may ue Chevalier de Montluc a worthy dn lInntiip think nf mft Alas vehnt prove of some value it be does not d c to day the victim of his own temerity man full of honor and sinsplicty but can 1 do iHUhans a little noculiar in dress and The inexoerionce of Verseuil added As to the duel winch l have proposed 1 manner Throughout his fifty years of still more tb the difficulty of hs silua- - acknowledge the conditions to be se vere out couiu 1 nna any more gentse Ocvice he nau been adored by the tion officers of his regiment and had won i At firit he thought of s oeking an I at the same tme as just They are respect of all although poverty had Monsieur de Montluc humbly acknowl- - the only ones where the weapons be- thc always kept him in an interior rank edging his fault raakln every apoloo v come diual in the trembling hands of xuv uuiuier ue jmuuuuc feinueu in-- anu oucrng any reparation except tne age and the firm grasp of youth Be- diligently at the talk of the voung men fatal one But no he reflects it is de what is m question Monsieur le TI13 death of Monseur do ana repnea pieasanwy io tneir railleries i too iat Xhe uiievaiier do Mont ue Colonel to long as they rema ned within proper has fixed upon a combat where neither Verseuil or myself If I pres3rve my lionnds- - The almost rustic simplic ty side has advantage s nee the decison is honor I count for little the lifj of a of his appearance struck the muddled in the hands of fate Excuses would man and I count my own for nothng fancy of joung Versauil and he ad- - seem to arise from fear I would be a Therefore gentlemen do not urge me to accept th apology of Monsieur de dressed some impertinent remarks to thTs coward in the eyes of my comrades Verseuil lienor does not permit it respectable officer forgetting his age j He shuddered atthe idea Well he said aftr a moment of Chance will this evening decde which and not yet aware of his merits As- tonished that a youth and a stranger thought I have decided I accept the of us must perish At this assertion spoken steadily and snouia accost mm witn sucn unwar- - auei witn ail its conditions iicawn is raatable freedom the Chevalier de my witness that the dread of death had wthont the slightest indication of ex- Montluc endeavored by a stern no part in the cruel indecision which citemeut the officers lost hope of softening the severity of Monsieur dc look to command that respect tormented me and I swear generous j Montluc had He formed at tills momenta which was his due and which I tie disappointed Lieutenant returned never before been denied him But resolution which calmed the tumult in who awaited him in great j to Verseuil poor Verseuil was no longer himself his soul But new reflections soon plunged agitation Verseuil saw from the ex The countenance of the aged Montluc What will pression of Ins friend that the old man far from seeming to him imposing f him into new anxiety Hnnfi s iautl 1WU1U1 see struck him as m tiuo mgnest degree ijsrnestine sav wuen sne learns that Her HC18ISU J on eur ne sa u rail H K rorn linrocnrrwi vwl nnlonc j mat no arrange- swayJover has died bv the hand of her ilUiUUlUUVVi tLV How ment can be made How she will grieve to all the foolish ideas suggested by father Xo my young friend champagne and at lat criminal she will think me O if she replied the chance and expression f o a w tticism which could onlv know ail twat is passing in Lieutenant vou must prepare to satis- frave delighted him at the time but was fated mv heart and the Srm resolve I have fy the chevalier 1 regret it for as I just formed sad before if you kill him you will be toosthim dear Instead of giving the Chevaler de obhged to leave tiie regiment Soon after the hour for Tenrmg ar-- j We will see about that said Ver- rived aud the company dispersed Ver- - Montluc the care and protection whkh s si went immediately to bed and fell i mv darling wshi 1 b e ob cjv out- - senil tint llsten a moment Mon- I sVu yon arc m honortblo man and f into i sound sleep like a man at the ragod hin Wht i rv It 1 viQot a well spent day The uoxtj shall bear to the grave the scorn audLhevelcttnw ith confidence tell you Â¬ It would be difficult to describe the impression made by this letter upon Yerseuil He blushed and was dis- Â¬ tressed while he as yet but imperfectly remembered the scene of the previous evenng and scarcely understood the reason of his remorse What this old officer whom yesterday in a fit of drunk- Â¬ enness he had treated with such want of consideration the father of Ernestine Gradually he recalled all his foolish jests and realized how inexcusable it was for a young person thus to address an estimable and unfortunate old man As he was reflecting upon the means of repairing this injury he heard a knock at the door and theervant announced the Chevelierde Montluc At this name at th s unexpected visit Verseuil was almost petrified with astonishment He would have greeted Monsieur de Montluc but found no opportunity The chevalier seated himself wthout ceremony and assuming a stern and severe expression gazed iixedly at Ver Â¬ seuiL After a moment of oppressive silence De Montluc said in a calm dignified manner Monsieur de Verseuil I have seen fifty years of service I have fougiit for my country and my King I am cov- Â¬ ered wth honorab e scars Though fortune may never distinguish me from the crowd though I dc in obscurity will accom- Â¬ honor at least pany nie to the portals of the tomb This honor Monsieur de Ver- Â¬ seuil has served as my guide through a long and painful life The only wealth which remains to me it is my consolation for the innumerable hardships im posed upon me by fate You Mon sieur at twenty years or age have jeer ingly insulted me regardless of the deference which is due to inv gray ha rs Ah Monsieur my father had not before seen the Chevalier de Montluc and did not know that he was of all men the one to whom most owed honor and deference and now that I know it I must be held up to ridi cuie or must die by his hand said the There io no alternative You have insulted First Lieutenant the Chevalier de Montluc He requests he demands reparation nothing less excuses would not satisfy him and you would be lowered in our estimaton With us Monsieur apologies are only allowed to men who have proved them- Â¬ selves courageous Morever I w 11 not conceal from you that if you refuse the duel ou must leave the regiment and ifvou kill the Chevalier de Montluc whom we all love as a father then also you must leave the regiment What cried Verseuil have you no other advice to offer me I came to Metz filled with the brghtest hopes I thought that I could wn the regard of my comrades I knew tnat I merited esteem and friendsh p and now ther from the first daj I am forsaken an outcast If blood would satsfy you he went on in a sort of fury If 1 had to fight Mons eur against you against the oravest officer in the regiment aganst you all you would see if I lacked courage but the Chavalier de He ended in a torrent of Montluc The First Lieutenant received him in Verseuil commenced the conversat on by saying you see in me Monsieur the most un Â¬ happy of men I have at the very outset of my service the regiment in vU incurred the bad opinion of Yesterday I forgot myself so far as to treat with unpardonable disrespect the oldest of the officers I have failed to show the consideration due to his age To day I fully un and his excellence derstand my fault and would give my last drop of blood in reparation He then spoke ot his interview with the ChevaFer de Montluc and the duel which was to take place and added I u cold and reserved manner Â¬ Â¬ 1 s - I I n- i I j I t i i i I j i 1 j v - I L F4--I - -- r -- - - 1 T - - a 1 7 I I 1 - a cecrot the more important that it is I A few days ago I would not hava not my own The wife and daughter given you mv daughter I was poor of the Chevalier dc Montluc live at Cha- Â¬ and this pardon which I now grant lons in the deepest retirement under with all my heart would perhaps have the assumed names of Madame and seemed interested but now thank Mademoiselle de Barville I love the Heaven my position is changed- - At young Ernestine desperately and the moment when wo hazarded our me returns my affection Madame chancc3 for life you saw me receive a dc Montluc approves of our mutual letter over which I grew pale and love Ernestine at the end of troubled That letter was from my wife this campaign in which I had hoped to who has just arrived here with my harvest some laurels would have re- Â¬ daughter Ernestine ceived my name and fortune in grant Â¬ Heavens Ernestine ing me her hand Monsieur de Mont Â¬ My older brother continued Mon- Â¬ luc is iffuorantof mv love and mvrdans sieur dc Montluc my older brother and by a strange fatality he will per-- who has ever treated me with profound haps destroy this evening the man who indifference has just died childless and had hoped to call him father You nttv 1 am his heir My daughter therefore understand Monsieur the cause of mv i is rich For this reason Monsieur de sorrow and the tears you have seen me Verseuil I do not hesitate to give her shed Should chance pronounce my to you Otherwise Ernestine could death warrant what would be the never have been yours Honor would despair of Ernestine What would sho not have permitted it But let us hast-a r think of hrr lover killed in a duel bv tivt r AiYivnrtft TkA crv rto her father I beg of you Monsieur Monseur de Montluc then took Ver-Â¬ write to her for my sake when I have seuils arm calling him son and they ceased to live and explain the details of went together to join Madame and this catastrophe Above all portray Mademoiselle de Montluc me as morq unfortunate than guilty After the first expressions of paternal and be sure to say that I died loving affection De Montluc related to his wife her and daughter the story of the duel at With these words drawing from his which recital they shuddered with ter- Â¬ bosom the will which gave alibis wealth ror Verseuil depicted in his turn tho to Madame and Madamoiselle de Mont- Â¬ agtation of his soul and they wept In luc he placed it in the hands of the S3mpathv Some time after the regi- Â¬ Lieutenant as a sacred charge The ment of Verseuil was called to Germany First Lieutenant pressed Verseuil to There the young man covered himself his heart and promised to fulfill with glory and when the campaign was his when sud Â¬ over he marred Ernestine request last Their hap- Â¬ denly the clock struck eight piness continued as long as their virtues or endured that is while they lived and It was time for the fatal meeting seuil heard it calmlv he relied on the the sweetest peace blessed and adorned promise of the Lieutenant Ernestine a union solemnized as it were on the batwould know all Mor over the thought tle field Translated from the French in that his death would insure to her all the Albany Journal oenefits hitherto denied by fate the thought that in dying he would enrich her as he would have enriched her had ODD DECORATIONS he lived did not fail to afford him some comfort Stranjre Things iu a Wilmington DeL He soon arrived with his new friend Cemetery for Colored People at the appointed place All the officers An obscure path scarcely detected in of the regiment were already there and the rank grass leads to one of the had made renewed but van attempts to To the bur3TIng grounds for colored people at alter the decision of Montluc arguments of his comrades the old sol- Â¬ Wilmington N C Never were gath- Â¬ Honor de- ered stranger tokens of aflection or of dier had but one reply mands it At the appearance of Ver Â¬ superstition in a resting ylace for the seuil impressive s lence reigned amonr dead One grave that recently attract- Â¬ All eyes were directed the spectators toward the young man whose counte- Â¬ ed the attent on of a visitor was that of nance fnlf of sweetness and dignity an old man of ninety In the center of proclaimed a noble spirit and whose the mound was partly buried the bus firm bearing showed a heart free from of a huge doll There was a little mar- Â¬ Verseuil went up to the ble headstone from which dangled ths all fear Chevalier de Montluc and said to him rusted frame of a childs toy wire craMonsieur le Chevalier this dle At the base of the stone was a smiling is my first attempt at the game of pair of toy flatirons while at the foot chance of the grave were a pair of andirons You may not find it altogether and a cast iron kettle and stuck in the repl ocl the Chevalier icily ground a huge carv ng knife imusing Wc are playing for large stakes At one side was a childs grave Set The two seconds loaded the pistols in the middle of tho mound above this The chevaVers second hold the d ce was a large bowl and a few plates were box he was to make the first trial and scattered about with hero and there the one of the principals who claimed cup and saucer There were also upon the h ghost point should blow out the this grave a sugar dish and some bra ns of his adversary knives and forks Another grave wa3 The chevaliers second shook the dice provided with two large pitcliers a for a long time before giving them their tureen some smaller pieces of crockery fatal liburt but tin ally they escaped and a kerosene lamp with chimney and and rolled upon the rampart The two shade and wick aud oil in readiness for seconds and all the officers hastened to lighting Another mound had a soup see what po ut the chevalier had thrown tureen a collection of knives and All eyes were forks a small hatchet a pan for frying It was the number ten bent in deep sadness upon young Ver Â¬ hoecake a gridiron two teapots and a seuil who appeared unmoved although lamp Another had a still larger as- Â¬ there were ten chances against two that sortment ofPplates cups and saucers he must d e The First Lieutenant and two huge platters It was rimmed Versuils second took the box and dice with clam shells and in lamps it was with a trembling hand he shook the particularly rich havng a row of three dice with an almost convulsive move- On tho next grave a set of table casters ment and let them suddenly escape was the most prominent object Tha from ther prison All look with trepi Â¬ grave of a Baptist minister which waa dation they hardly breathe Verseuil oramented with a fine headstone was They supplied with a moustache drinking has aso thrown the number ten must again solicit chance who seems cup On another grave were a couple unwilling to pronounce upon the fate of of pails and some toy figures of horses two beings equally interesting one cows and goats while another was comthrough his age and character the other pletely hidden from sight under a coli through his personal advantages and lection that defied description youthful promise Scattered all about the burying Just at the moment when rDe Mont ground were lamps of all sizes with iucs second took up the dcetto renew match safes handy Vases were plenty the terrible game a letter was brought and there were a few plaster of Paris to the chevalier He glanced at the ad- busts On one grave an alarm clock dress and deep emotion was depicted on was the most conspicuous object and his countenance It was the writing of on another a pair of large flatirons On his w fe He asked Yci scmls permis almost every grave were bottles con sion to read this letter from one so dear taining medicine Y Sun When he had finished he returned to Verseuil and said quietly I am ready HOW TO READ let us make another tral second took Monsieur de Montlucs the dice and shook them thoroughly Advisability or Wrltlnsr a Short Abatraot After the Perusal ot i Work they rolled on the sand and showed the Xobotly can be sure that he has got The uncertainty was number seven renew all wished to stop so long and clear ideas on a subject unless he has harrowing contest but it was too late tried to put them down on a piece of Verseuil1 s second took the dice in his paper in independent words of his own turn and threw the number nine At this decision all hearts were thrilled It is an excellent plan too wuen vou Verseuils second have read a good book to sit down and wtth deep horror placed a loaded pistol in his hand and write a short abstract of what you can the old Chevalier de Montluc approached remember of it It is still a better plan Mon- Â¬ if you can make up your mind to a his adversary aud sad calmly sieur de Verseuil make use of your si ght extra labor to do what Lord Staf-Â¬ privileges ford and Gibbon and Daniel Webster cried Verseuil flinging his dd After glancing over the title subpistol over the rampart Yes Monsieur ject or design of a book these eminent de Montluc I will make use of them men would take a pen and write rough Â¬ Come gentlemen come you who were ly what questions the3 expected to find witnesses of the involuntary indignity answered in it what difficulties solved which I offered to this respectable gen- Â¬ what kind of information imparted tleman at a time when I was deaf to the Such ractices keep us from reading voice of reason be also w tnesses of the with the eye onl3 gliding vaguely over complete reparation which justice the page and they nelp us to place our honor and all the sentiments of 1113 new acquisitions in relation to what we heart oblige me to render him Mon- Â¬ knew before It is almost always worth he said addressing while to read a thmg twice over to sieur de Montluc old man the victoiy which I owe make sure that nothing has been missed the to chance gives me the right to confess or dropped on the wa3 or wrongly to you my fault I acknowledge it conceived or interpreted And f the humbly and implore you to pardon subject be serious it is often well to Ijt me Ideas relation an interval elapse The old officer could not resist the statements of fact are not to be taken appeal His eyes filled with tears and by storm Wc have to steep them in in a transport he could not control he the mind in the hope of thus extractthrew himself in the arms of Verseuil ing their inmost essence and signifi- Â¬ O my father who cried cance li one lets an interval pass This exeamat on was followed by a and then returns it is surprising how moment of silence then Verseu 1 added clear and ripe that has become which in tones earnest and compassionate when we left it seemed crude obscure Yes you will allow me to call you by and full of perplexity that dear and sacred name you do not All this takes trouble no doubt but know Monsieur de Montluc what then it will not do to deal with ideas they can that we find in books or elsewhere as a ties bind me to you not be broken save with those that certain brd does with its eggs leaves attach me to 1 fe You have at Chalons them in the sand for the sun to hatch a daughter ah do not blush it is and chance to rear People who follow with pride that you should hear the this plan possess nothing better than name of Ernestine Yon should be es- - ideas half hatched and convictions reared pecially proud of the title of husband ly ace dent They are like a man who and father May it be permitted the should pace up and down the world iu tenderest aflection to repair the wrongs the delusion that he is clad in sumptuous of fortune toward our dear Ernestine robes of purple and velvet when in U 1 J I love her we love each other I am trnin ne IS only L lt covereu try me nan tree and have the disposal of my estate rags and tatters of other peoples cast Crown our mutual aifection John Morley off clothes All the officers were deeply moved by this unexpected scene they crowded A Cheerful Hack Driver around the aged De Montluc who seemed to be reilecting upon Verseuils An invalid from Boston came to Flor offer At last the brave and venerable He was confined tc soldier taking Verseuils hand said to ida for his health our con- Â¬ his bed at first but soon recovered suf-Â¬ him Monsieur de Verseuil duct has been that of a generous and ficiently to take a ride in a hired hack honorable voung man I can under- atstand now what 3our position must The hack driver wasvery polite and have been Love forbade your taking tentive and when he helped the invalid my life and the seren ty with whch out on their return to the hotel the lat- Â¬ you came to the rendevous proved ter said T am very much obliged I think I that you would have nobly sacrificed yourself I reproach myself for all you shall require your services again pretty j must have suffered but honor com- - soon t mamled it thus You bet you will I drive the only However I can but recogn ixe such delciae and greatness hearse in this town Drakes Travel f jot soul crs Magazine v i 1 PARIS TIm BECGARS FTTH AND POtWTV -- 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ struck avery stranger viaitiaj Paris the beggars he continually meets with in the liveliest and best quarters of the city who exhibit some physical in- Â¬ firmity as an appeal to the compassion Frequently he en- Â¬ of the wayfarer counters women bearing in their arms a child enveloped in a rag in the neigh Â¬ borhood of the exchange or of the opera The stranger then enters into a philosophical monologue on the con- Â¬ tiguity of the highest luxury and the deepest misery in large cities gives a few sous and continues his promenade But if he sojourns longer in Paris he soon discovers that it is not with the unfortunate and indigent that he litis to deal who tinder the pressure of ex- Â¬ treme want stretch forth their hands but with professional mendicants who with the spoils of the compassionate cam on a lucrative and constantly increasing business It is alwas ihe sme people whom one encounters in the in a same localities aud who certain measure have acquired a vested right to the place which they zealously defend against ever possi-Â¬ ble rival To each and even niedicunt it is known that after having worked for years at a particularly remunera- Â¬ tive spot an individual confrere has withdrawn from the business and pro poses to increase his income from the J proms 01 ms menacanc3 oy setting ma J nose beggar stand to a successor much in request wliTch stands are very are frequented by people of rank and wealth and the beggars complain that they are compelled to pay hire for a place of this description to the church administration or its representatives Meanwhile the business flourishes da A stand on the prmci- spite alL pal boulevards has made of its occupant a ncn proprietress ot reai estate not Â¬ withstanding this she continues the the business giving hertelf no furttier trouble to conceal her opulence for she orders for her breakfast and dinner an abundant and appetizing meal which is brought to her with a bottle of wine and this she consumes under tee eye s of such of her patrons as may be pass ng at the moment This woman has no legs it goes without saying that they were shot off by the Prussians at the siege of Paris as a matter of fact she sutlcred the loss as a child from fall ng out of a third story window Other beggars whose repulsive exterior from aesthetic or other considerations banish them from the boulevards appear elsewhere with a real field off- Â¬ icers staff often of three or four per-Â¬ sons who see to the collection of the alms or more justly expressed black ma 1 In the class of brg beggars may appropriately be included a mendi- Â¬ cant who in his day ten years ago exercised his trade on horseback and extended toward the poor pedestrianfcjr his tribute a bag attached to a walkng stick A peculiarly impulsive impres- Â¬ sion is made upon the mind by children whose mendicancy is directed byagens who naturally appropriate the lion s share of the booty How unquestion- Â¬ ably it may be assumed that the health of these poor children suffers severely under the trial and that no child in this vocation can long survive It never enters into the mind of the police authorities however or at least rarely to interpose in arresting this revolting practice In pitiful imbeciliiy and im potency the Parisians affirm that noth Â¬ ing can be done to foil professional beggars because thereby the would suffer As if there any ot the latter on or near the were boulevards If a strange beggur should once venture to show himself there he would be so pounded and pummeled by the old settlers that it is very certam he would never put in a second appear-Â¬ ance Translated for Public Opinion It has Well Orjaalzed ChIoh et XestHeaaM to He Psaad la Uie FreticR Capital fodt ka It reqr8 vaqr1mmmmmm TMAHMnj thing bat sit aroead all about it Shoe ad -- Wondec if JJ 31 tka stGTMS A CMcttg SkmSm d about hiK Thfrm is a f WfeoWai1 Ha is owns sixty clotiwe rttl wfcL fc watta that his BuriHte- Free Fress- aee wfc imfr a There are so much genius that wlw fteit t jmpaps Jc - correspondent of the voice probably sfcle amy We dont wisk t we caat from being polite servmg that maay a ciTuacwff heavy loser through cat of the height of two Please r Zihr Mp tvmr inform bb U tfcacvia J There is sot TaaJ J r kr y bt kPJ Â¬ Disgusted writer Idoat belieTetke papers want good poetry Friea Ofc IgVsstheySo VW Xo tkeyj not Pve just had two poeaw reftjaw Friend Oli now I know they Chicago Bambler Lio htning struck a hive of feeesl Kansasthe other day The paiafal sto Â¬ ry is soon told The misguided light nine came out of that hive quicker than witk it went in and went off into space Nev- Â¬ legs Moral its tail between its er pick a quarrel where yea are not ac Â¬ quainted with the folks Trcw t5 ingsr He didnt Jtsmp off the isrookiya arl4ge And he swam noc the He balanced aim not on a fearfal riaga He wasnt so bijc a fool I But he is as proud as a row ot alas In bis feelings theres none to For his sqnaah was bigger thaa Winns And he took the first prize at tha Mir Boston FosL 1 What made him proud raPIcLv cohcs esf Magistrate Yon say you ae a Prisoner Yes sir I love tourist nature in all her radiant beauty Magistrate hastily Never mind that How much money have you about your clothes Prisoner Seventy fire cents Magistrate severely Then I afeall commit as a tramp We draw the lia between tourists and tramps at Iar Philadelphia Call Most every body has his pet pirase which he is apt to use on all occae3 Mr Havseeds is met with some suc Â¬ How are you getting cm with cess be stock raising Mr Hayseed vour h reÂ¬ Well was asked recently plied Tve met with some saeeaas iav Hows your oWeei raisin calves7 Well hes boy doing- at school meetin with some successaFXscholar He ought to for he has beenwell bronghtup Your wife is a spleadid Well yes woman Mr Hayseed old Iadv ha er met wkk the V Y Tribune success as a female GoodaWs Skk aot - Me QUEER ANSWERS Ambisnons Itcmarks Maite hy Tencmm Who Failed to Weigh Tkeir Tr- There is something that is fxeslawl - non-profession- als Â¬ Â¬ Merchant Spent Her Declining Da The late Mrs Stewart had a pecnFar abhorrence of dark colors It has al- Â¬ ready been noted that all of the Stewart builoing3 were of the purest white and she herself avoided in her dress as much as possible all somber hues Mourning she always laid off as soonas THE LATE MRS STEWART How the Widow of the Great Dry Goods A leV Â¬ -- Â¬ I 1 1 -- conventionally permitted and even during its term she lightened its solemnity at Home with white neglges She was very fond of dress to the last moment of her life and her jewels were gowns Her morning superb were marvels of daintiness and luxury and of every delicate tint rose pale blue and lavender or white and pearl color smothered in the finest lace Mie was a very preltj old lady in these beautiful gowns and astonshingH well preserved her skin was wonderfully white and kept its bloom and though she was over eighty years her teeth of the clear translucent flinty sort that will outlast a century were in perfect Her chestnut hair was condition streaked with gray She had merely all her faculties and was very active mounting stairs as nimbly as a girl Mrs Stewart has been accused of re- Â¬ sorting to artilicial means to give this impression but that charge her friends lwoT- - xcarmlv denied and would ac- knowledge nothing false except the lit-Â¬ tle curled front of hair that is worn by women fifty years younger than she and by many who have no need of it except the aversion to the trouble of curling their hair around the tem- Â¬ ples The Stewart house was never the scene of any festivities and the lonely occupant rarely went anywhere but Monday she was at home and was pleased when people came in and still more so when they staid to luncheon as sho called the elaborate midday meal which served her for dinner There never was any meal called dinner in the Stew- Â¬ art house for the next one at seven oclock was known as tea and was only less formal than the luncheon She had people to these frequently but at a1 times even when she was quite alone there was the sanc succession of courses and the contingent of solemn dignified men servants She alwa3S spoke of her dead husband with reverence and aflection and his rooms after his death were left undisÂ¬ turbed and unoccupied Mrs Stewart She moving up to the third floor took the keenest interest in young mar- Â¬ ried people and kept a watchful eye on the husband who if attent ve was sure of her distinguished consideration and favor The Stewart picture gallery for some time before her death had been closed to the public There was no private entrance to the gallery and many who came seized upon the chance against all protestations on the part of the old butler to thoroughly explore the house and even upon two occa- Â¬ sions to thrust themselves into her own They poked the picture chamber with their canes and umVPa and finally in despair she closed the doofi invigorating in a piquant and uaex pected answer which is like a daai salt spray on the face it half tifcea away the breath while it arouses av ac T vitality by the sensation it creataf Ta this class beloBgs the aaswer of the bashful young minister who wm atltai af to stay and dine at the parishioner upon wh wealthy was calling The host after thefaek ionof the day apologized for the aner and said had they expected coa panv it would have been betterg fceallv sir replied the I am very thankful for what IJ2tre had as 1 did not expect to get ra3tg pf ner here A young woman who had beemffiit ing relatives was treated with Hie greatÂ¬ est hospitality and as she was leaving her friends ventured to hope that she had enjoyed hersclf I have had nothing to complain of was her answer which was negative praise to say the least A lady who dresses elegantlyk-abe-longto the high perch of social plum Â¬ age made a formal call recently upoa lady of her acquaintance and theparlor while her card was sentup A tiny specimen of a girl was presefr who eyed the elegant visitor very closely and seemed much interested in pearance remarked thevisi Well my dear as she smoothed oufe tor with approval what do you thiak her silks and laces of me Oh said the little grl with the Tye charming candor of childhood seen flounces before vS Joe -S- youpn s waitii haj -- horse have you said an acquaintance he isnt much to look at to a friend is he Sure I didnt buy him to lookat answered Jimmv drvlv as Keijo2ed illUU Well Jimmy youve bousfragbw rtti XCW wyii USJ x- - Cl m -fyst WJ jj x m CONVALESCENT up SIEGES Four Conversations IUtratngthA-er-ap- e Convalescent Husband first dayXaf-ter eriss Have I boeri very siak dear S Wife Very very sick Hnband I suppose rc wilLbe jaoaths before I sEall be able to get down-toya- Mn4 Disposition agan dear sleep Wife Not so long as that I bpe But you mustnt talk Tryjiad A- - Husband second day after crisJt Yon must be tired out watchiagorer rjip llfc9L Wife A little tredr bufc 1 thankful the danger is oast Hnsband You just wat uat1 L out again and if I dont surprisW with something my name is aot Jew Smith And the doctor too Be iSra wonderful man to have brought me around as he has 111 remember Wfc I suppose a couple of weeks iron will see me all r ght again - Jt aot Possbly dearbut doJtwarjft alout such matters Let your mind Wife ill rest Husband thrd day after the crisis wna uoes me aoetor say aoouc now ddy darling lip nene says ilnJTif- oj you are aoutr 3 It from the paper on the wall Wife There there ttearfffcfttitjjjj unreasonable- - Every thing tfeaiTis ijiRi r sible is being done tor you t filbump onlike Husband Uon g splehdldlvS a a lor and pick out face jlpruTrr fin Husband fourth day after the cnats Isnt it about time that foofr aWetW was here Wife He will be here presentrv Husband Presentlvl Yah Yoaarir worsethan he is m goiag dawl town the first of nect week and you and your doctor forrettc rtmeartar dor - jr r World 1 x i Ami he did go down town and 5JL he wenthack up town aad staved tiiiiM foq six wtx 5 JVffe i - - V fti nt18 ivy uiii mfrsaiSxnSfStSaiBxjH Lftbi n Sji A J 3 3 ii B fc frightened by low sound resembling a gentle regular breathing wifch po ceeded from nmlor 17 iwu1 MtvtMC Hum namtW fcj j the edge of a swarapv thicket I drew uv vt -- visible wpcu iu xne oniv Hve thing was a brown thrush who THREE LOVERS andeed wa skulking away as if caught m the act but I knew that was only KkMsfBewaidea lJfKretea half brews feaU blue WN yee his usual conscious embarrassed air and refused to suspect him of any conÂ¬ nection with the disturbance No i te mart mat beats i her bosoai other culprit awnwa9JOrTOU appeared and yet the even respirations contin- Â¬ c te m Jic aa graeef al Ac lamina etla l ued till my courage like that of WMnei wasubrMii ftmai Bob Acres oozed awav and I fled not w Jkcl JKJg61 ieePs imc to a flowlag from an apparation but from a vibration Wa fear soft ey smile on ae More appalling than anv sound is the silence and lonesomeness of the deep forest One is haunted hv thp anHnnitw -- jr ii which is symboled m long moss beards kec ikt Mid dsy m aaove tne of aay nuira ijcs Tibime an arounu in nugo decaying trees the unburied ancestors afee twragaer face away iH of the monarchs who are still standing Aaacmt oeaes to sreo feer strong in their girth of rings It suf IKe eaairas Ktewg with dye xeMe7ban owed from eyes splendor gestsofthe Palaeozoic era and the forma-Â¬ tion lady taras her suaset coal to see those great trunks Aaraes a4 away field of nay hewn down by time and tempest half A4 afce oeK heed his sighs sunken in the earth and already per-Â¬ haps many seasons on in the existence ieHiar bard aor poet HW RletQrpR nnf on an which is theirs after death Covered Ma wdrdsIsneaVi ii flnoh with mosses and bright fungi they does not tors from e Fejrlfee bsabie sua brbwned farmer seem half sentient and more chosen of the three -- Mm wrought upon by age than the coal Wluefer IfiJcex in St Levis Magazine itself which has forgotten and become inorganicso long ago that years do WOOB EEAES not count Among those aged gen- Â¬ erations the Tby Are Proofs Tliat Mature Is anarchronism mountain asclimber is an as well an intruder and is confronted at every step by the Strange to Ue question what he doth there Time has put oostacies m ms way to mate any TJaildss tto live m the country the progress he must clamber over logs Trooek play lDt a small part hi our lives tack around bowlders and avoid im-Â¬ W see tkem oaly in the summer holi penetrable places There silence reigns ifovs perhaps not even ilien we become with a break now and then which s strangers to their beauty and for leaves it to settle again deeper than before Even so busy and cheerful a longer or shorter periods forget to think sound as the woodpeckers hammer of them And yet aside from all phys Â¬ divides and intensifies the stillness with ical consequences what a dreary world a certain solemnity In ancient days of superstition the 5t would be were there no forests Our croaking of a raven foreboded ill hap tfeoHght would be parched and restless ad se to speak without eyelids The If there were an index expurgatory of New England birds for lse3 aad most persstently urban heavenly plumage the jay have all his to be would ong ks would lose an horizon restful placed in it There are few bird notes Xe the eye curtain of green and more weird than that high scream of peftcefal recollections his heard in the autumn across the To the wild creatures who inhabit it tke vow is f nil of terrors It s at once brown fields or through the arches of covert and a snare a place of refuge the pine grove It rings through all and l lurking danger The tree that the aisles making the quietude like a skelters the small bird conceals the hush of apprehension There are moments iovenets of his enemv the owl the j the woods one seems when on entering to have broken in n rnr rlrtr TTr rl Pon detection beneath the underbrush but fevv some high festivity of Nature A m the hours hf io eerritae as to whatlies on the other suspended one could walk from unvas cw 4u Wood anocars tf T in a irnPtSa1 rfta end to end of the wood path and hear not a breath detect no movement save t i iZJrt I or a little leaf hued The sparrow bv the roadside curitv ns carpeu in wiU accept you for a listener if you of the auditorium P r wlored light through trJsfrrcm them a little and he ineasl CJ ST another dozen feet to the At j t road leaveS CiuW e jalouses ot port and begins the con ert afresh m Profcf behind chipmunk after his first start aud g sWfcelnfeMA tur xiof canons i remember then awod as a child bein mH mane I n iwrrMr7 s - -- 5 1 li sn jJ- - se hr -- - toy i -- Vi ii sll v I - V I AiniLW -- t Inofle5cts J ane swwl away at the first alarm WTQ who are carelese of a newpresence the woods are the tiny warblers and lly oatekiag tribes who live first floor below the stars and take small note of eveats the and the ciickadee who brings in from orchard jn4 pasture a fund of cheerful audacity be paid out among the shadows Do net we ourselves on entering the wood take on a certain increase of sus- TOowwitv shu Tueruiebs analogous w ths deepened timidtv and caution of the birds Have we no wood fears They aaay be definite and substantial or altogether vague but I think that most of us have felt some quaver of this in Â¬ nate distrust this readiness to take alarm 5a the forest See his little breast heave I once said pointing out to a -rez-de-chau- ssc -- iJlhntffa Pddation a4 hLiS1 brd bo dSre to be have no low curiosity seen nfl 153 rue faJSA pbVUlU J 5r OA ir fcUuuu 6 and go whirring away loud protest lou have dsturbed the wood gous at their least the fairies at a gathering and your sense of intru- Â¬ sion is stronger than when you walked through the empty halls while they slept There is something in these sylvan scat-Â¬ terings which suggests almost irresisti- Â¬ bly the breaking up of a fairy dance or a flight of shy nymphs In early morn- Â¬ ing such interruptions give hints of a whole night ot revelry and tempt us to ILTWAVif bVuSP wu to ubrush pridges a - T ixtMCd ja utile rji 1rt rint b n uiiuci au viiru she replied fervently Mine does There are all degrees of this sensitive Bess according to the fineness or culti- Â¬ vation of the imag nation There are people who suspect every unfamiliar leaf or berry of malicious intent to poison them who will hardly pluck a flower without challenge and are more wary of drinking at a mountain stream than of imbibing the filtered liquid which asurps the name of water in the city And country people have more shrink ings and small superstitions albeit of a homelier and more absolvablesort than the most urban of excursionists The children on return ng from adavsber- rying plumnrngs they quaintly e 4- 4- - SfiSiniCrteinS0 rf nn xuuu jl hearing a bear m the forest border and CUiAo A tug VUlsUA nr to the sunlight has been a Dt JClASUAIaCU KJ CrttAiiL fnnr r JLLfAnA OlUg wA CI VA cm row one Toads and snakes are looked upon With more favor by those 1 TempesL had nearest to their haunts What a vener-- t The ua c uc jpuy o aiws whave mi vjuhuviutt able cult is that fear of snakes It is lOUVJ mtl ill Willi poet unlocked his heart but that s old as the oldest religion it is so the or our own dullness has sealed it time widespread that we can almost call it again The Tempest seems to me more universal and has roots so deep that it ndicative of our relations to Nature is impossible to tell whether they are any other writng We see in it fastened in instinct or in tradition than - c unt uQfr Qn The fact that it rs shared by brds and tableness We are wrought upon by a other animals po nts to the former u but submit to it rev enUv it 5ourpebtif the feeling had not its j nd 6Dell while all onr counter rise m Edition it has certainly been m anf insubordinations dash among the most potent factors in ere- - themseives it and end in failure The emeralds and har- - j AAAA1 I A1 41 k ta half rnntMtirn v Vwv ww frmf tnpir nznnntw - vv vvr 1 power iLne pale nymphs dancing at dawn in a landscape of Corots are they not formed from the dawn itself froin the first shafts and glimmering of light on the forests edge And may not myths have been evolved in the same manner But of all imaginatonsthat have peo- ods Shakspearehas most Pled the j intr thmr Ymstelv mtoMi shadows and sun llecks the r green r1rlrc flTirl Tnrlre Mr Rnrrrmrrhc in one of his delightful papers on the nat- Â¬ ural history of the poets has paid trib-Â¬ ute to the wonderful accuracy of Shak speares incidental characterizations of birds and plants But beyond this inti- Â¬ mate knowledge of herb and songster and creeping thing there is in his out- Â¬ door comedies a breadth of greenery a sense of the manifold harmonies and re- Â¬ pose of the forest a consciousness of its many tints and meanings The oaks spread lovingly over Kosalind and the flowers grow about Perdita Their speech does not disturb the quiet nor nnz iaise among ine nousns anev lcsc j anf0ve they were bornin court and must return thither yet thev belong to ft greenwood and we are never quite 1 -- A ii V fe AlbWU - JU i A ifv HUMOR IN HISTORY The Introduction Into England of the Art or Practical Toklngr The early Saxons had no humor During the English heptarchy the pet- Â¬ ty Kings were never known to smile except when inflicting punishment on an enemy Cutting off a mans head was regarded as a practical joke but the victim did not see any mirth in the performance The Normans were the first to carry humor into England The conqueror was a rare joker that is his jokes were extremely rare Johns jokes were expensive On one occasion he levied a fine of ten thousand marks on a wealthy Jew of Bristol The Jew refused to pay the sum All rightv said John It is your business not to pay but it is ray busi- Â¬ ness to see that you do Then call- Â¬ ing an officer the King remarked Tale this man in custody treat him well but pull one of his teeth each day until he heartily embraces my proposition The next morning the oilicer pulled one tooth The rich Hebrew was noted for his fine teeth They had won an extended reputation for him and nat- Â¬ urally enough he valued them highly When the oilicer reported that he had pulled one tooth the King asked How did he stand it He groaned but said nothing All right feed him on tough beef and keep up the performance The next morning when the officer went into Jacob s cell the old man said Why do you persist in pulling my best teeth Because my dear sir the King will have none but the best He argues that the best is always the cheapest It may be for him but not for me Thats all right the officer re- Â¬ plied but the King did not send me here to argue Open your mouth Another tooth was drawn a tooth which had above all others won the affections of the old man The performance was repeated every day un- Â¬ til ten teetii were extracted On the morning of the eleventh da- - the off- Â¬ icer upon entering the cell found the old man violcntlyand painfully wor Â¬ rying with a piece of beef Come old man The old man put down his beef looked appealingly at the officer and said Cant you give a man time to eat I am nearly starved You have had plenty of time and aside from that the Kings motto is Duty before pleasure I cant afford to give up any more teeth Well then give me an order for the money The order was given and the Hebrew gentleman accompanied by the rest of his teeth was suffered to depart Dr Killinghopper in his treatise on the Rise and Progress of Dentistry says that rich Jews teeth were in different parts of the kingdom hung out m front of the dentists offices and that to day one of them may be seen in Bristol This tooth the doctor goes on to say is on account of its long roots and the ghastly suggestions which it inspires much valued oy den- Â¬ tists The private account book which ac- Â¬ cording to Hume was kept by Edward IL shows that a crown was paid to a fool for making the King laugh Ed ward after bestowing the piece of money on the clown should have felt a warm sympathj for him for he like Edward was a fool with a crown This King experienced great trouble in acquiring laughs Sometimes the most extensive advertising failed even to bring a giggle Arkansaw Traveler Â¬ HOME AND FARM AlLroots should be kept a tempera- Â¬ ture but a little above the freezing anil the same is true of apples Boston Tost Small sound potatoes fed to horses in connection with other feed will be found very beneficial and will be thank-Â¬ Farm Journal fully received by them Washing soda is very useful in deo- Â¬ dorizing vase3 in which flowers nave stood too long cisterns which the heat of summer has rendered foul and any vessel which it is found difficult to sweeten Detroit Tribune TTnited States Sexxtok Bulckburx says Fall Squash Cut up take out in safe Cure side pare the pieces and stew in a lit Â¬ Bed Star Cough cents is Dottleand reliable Price twenty live a tle water for an hour mash in the kettle aud stir over the lire until drj There are 103 different species of season with butter cream salt and sharks Tako your choice Detroit Free pepper Set in oven to brown Albany Jfiress --Eruit growers gardeners and small farmers find the bill for fertil zers quite an item of expense much of which could be saved if proper care was used in composting their manure and avail ing themselves of all the fertilizing matter within their reach To properly compost farmyard manure requires con- Â¬ siderable labor but it is richly repaid Every farmer should have a compost heap which should be under shelter and so arranged that the excrements can not dissolve and soak away De- Â¬ troit Tribune BROWNS IRON BITTERS CURE WILL HEADACHE INDIGESTION BILIOUSNESS DYSPEPSIA NERVOUS PROSTRATION I -S- t---- up -- - -- - - f- - CDREtfl- the ZwmmttW - frUrorM J 5YKILY0C Journal The smaller breeds of sheep being more active than the larger breeds can better subsist on barren hillsides and If given proper give better returns attention any ol the breeds will thrive where the land is not low and marshy Wet feet often result in foot rot N Y MENDING CLOTHES j ir Suggestions for Ludieg IVJio Know Uut Little About Patchiu and Darning The people in this world who get beyond the use of patches on gar-Â¬ ments are few and exceedingly foolish We formerlv knew the wife now de ceased of a millionaire who to her CAA T V TIH1YM 1 M MA tTrtTTA Vn-k- r- I j cfc i - i- j atmg it Hogarths aoniow wood tmte of the soake his patterned spots and stripes hisrepro- - paltrj feara re not punishments marks of a Quccoa in almost every movement oi rture from ature and nacfifinn ne of beauty win for him a i -- vmd Questioned these j have often and stortings whether woods in the But read in the light of The Tempest 110 shield to him the world will not be 3 r iffns v election t J V brought to believe it Take away his t calls to reverence J ana to oi 11 wnoicsomo fangs and reduce him to a puny size fear reminders of the mystery which lies the aversion he inspires is there all the same illogical yet ineradicable Thus it is with the majority of the sensations which I term wood fears Apartrfrom all Tralgar tangible appre hensioa of being bitten or stung there exists a host of tiny intangible fear which tease our imaginations or lete lurk snsaspected in the background of oar consciousness Alone in the forest we listen sad keep a lookout there is a course to be shaped were alive to every whisper we startle the partridge aa d are startled by him in turn An hb aKplaiaed noise has everywhere an unfriendly souno ana unaer t xne ixees jm i 1 Lmnflr intimate intercourse with her de- rkf about us and which we are apt to for- Â¬ get in the sunlight though it is there in its solemnity no less than in the shadow SopJua Kirk in AUaniic Monthly Practical Benevolence A lady and her daughter in Berlin change places with their servants every other Sunday doing the entire house- Â¬ work themselves and giving up the drawTng room to the servants and their The servants play on the friends piano sins read knit sew and other- vriKA fWMinv themselves as thev nlttap waited upon by the lades pre wait on ordi cady as they tfaemso ary days Lsually the servants have companv on these peculiar occasions and the benevolent ladies have an extra dinner to cook which they do how- Â¬ ever with cheerfulness washing the The literal observ dishes afterward of the Golden Rule is doubtless at on what the Berlin ladies intend though of course the rule does not specfy that persons neea practise omy on eyery F f s4 f 5K t selves as in the open country The very ficreaasand belfowings of the farm- TarL familiar as they are sound new and umaccosntable when heard at inter nr i raA iAA and t 11pt sough it is the creaking SoetiftS boughs the tree tops on of the a windy day give forth unearthly I have found the cause of a recurrent nd perplexing cry in a rude isstniTscntlormeaDy tne crossing oi two branches of which the one sawed j- pon 4x2 otner use a vioim cow urawn mr a strinsr- - Roth bow and The meanest man in town said and tough of fiber were worn sl9t bv long- practice of that a barber-- in Philadelphia --one day rerJ u ll cumo r i a iawjer vuu wooajcenuy i3itn ote Even tne Ugntestvanisn- it one ua is ct suau uiiu iu m nm wio tini Its knlett twitterings its Lehigh University has or two lator and iret his head rubbed and Cheese Dramatic Club a rustlings 5gfKl inexiilicabie j and hair combed on the old snave aUurt I adre ie bos - ris rnrid - - - T dying day took great pride in her ability to patch clothes neatl- - not from parsimonious motives but be-cause she was a very sensible woman Our esteem for the lady was all the greater on this account But not every one is able to neatly la a patch or darn a rent who may desire to do so hence we advance a few helpful suggestions In patching start by cutting a piece of material of a size slightly larger than to complete- Â¬ ly cover the worrf place Cut it ac- Â¬ curately by the thread nothing looks more untidy than a crooked patch with unshapely corners Next turn in a narrow fold on the four sides of the patch lay it in plaee outside the worn part and tack fast Sew it on all around either like a seam or else fell it If it lies cosc and flat the tacking threads may then come away 2ow the work must go on from the wrong side bj-- first cutting away the worn piece leaving enough margin to turn in as for a hem Cutlittlo nioks at the corners to allow it to lay i at and fell it all around The comers should be as well shaped as are those of the patch To have the piece square on the right side and then an ill sliaped circle of much smaller dimensions on the wrong side as one sometimes sees is to spoil the work so far as looks go To neatly match the stripes or figure of the garment by the new material is one half in doiii- line patchinir When a patch is completed lay an old handkerchief or other thin cloth over it and press out with a hot iron Flannel may be mended in the same way as described only that instead of the edges being folded in leave flat and instead of being felled thoy should be herring boned all round Sheets and similar articles that are worn thin by long use and are too weak to patch must be darned For this real darning cotton not that used for stockings but a soft fine article made for the purpose should be used When darning take quite half an inch extra on either side and not just the very tbin place itself ana that only If so done there is danger of the mended part not iretting through tiie first wash without breaking out By running several ines of strong sewing cotton round the thin part before do ins the darning it will strengthen the foundation greatly and will not show afterwards Use a long fine darner for fine fabrics a thicker one for coarser cloth Take a thread and mis two threads uniformly going straight across Leave a moderate loop at the end to allow for shrinking turn and go back again getting your stitches on aline with each other Chicago Ivews - A Sad Case of Potsoninjr i that of any man or woman afflictai with disease or derangement of the liver result- Â¬ ing in poisonous accumulations in tho blood scrofmous affections sick headaches and diseases of the kidneys lungs or heart hese troubles can be cured only by going to the primary cause and putting the liver in a healthy condition To accomplish this result speedily and effectually nothing ha3 proved itself so efficacious as Dr Pierces Times 14 Golden Medical Discovery which Scotch short bread made by this never failed to do the work claimed forhas it recpe is recommended Halt a pound and never will of butter and a quarter of a pound of WnEXtwo pugilists step into the ring sugar mixed to a cream and one pound what kind of a musical composition are of sifted flour knead and roll it half an to performl inquired one trav- Â¬ they If the cake eling going of another inch thck Bake slowly man Give It up A is preferred very sweet use six ounces knock turn was the reply The Caterer of sugar more disagreeable more cream is colder than the sur- Â¬ What can be to When room with a perthan rounding air it takes up moisture and disgusting troubledsit in a catarrh and nas with son who is impurities from the air When the air to keep coughing and clearing his or her is colder than the cream it takes up throat of the mucus which drops into it be moisture and whatever escapes from the Such persons are always tofail pitied if they they try to cure themselves and cream In the former case the cream get Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy But if need there lat-Â¬ be no failure purifies the surrounding air in the ter case the air helps to purify the Tovd in few words Boy Gun Glad Cleveland Leader cream Fun Earthenware is not suitable to keep Gun Bust Boy D ust fat in as it absorbs the grease and COUGU3 HOARSESES3 SOHE THROAT etc eventually becomes rancid and will Browns Bronchial Tin is better but uickly relieved byand effectual remedy it3 contents tant roches A simple this must not be allowed to become superior to all other articles for the same rusty which might happen if there were purpose Sold only in boxes any remains of water or settlings of Cax anybody tell why popular subscrip- Â¬ gravy But fortunately for the tainted to tions are so very unpopular Boston Tran- Â¬ bowls and plates chemistry comes the rescue and restores them to good script condition by immersing them for some Rupture radioally cured also hours in a hot bath of lye and water pile tumors and fistulao Pamphlet of par-Â¬ Chicago Journal ticulars 10 cents in stamps Worlds D pensary Medical Association Buffalo N x The colt sometimes loses its dam and at other times tne hitters milk is A tug is the only thing that has its tows insufficient for its support In such behind St Taul Herald cases cows milk may be used but as it not Complsxioxal Defects aro contains less sugar than the mares it hidden bv Glenns Sulphur eradicatedHills Soap of Hair and Whisker Dye Black or Brown 50c should be sweetened by the addition small quantities of sugar or molasses It should be fed often five or six times TVhex is butter like Irish children When a day and the quantities given at each it is made into little pats Ar T Telegram meal should be small say half a pint If afflicted with Sore Eyes use Dr Isaac for a colt two or three days old when Thompsons EyeWaterDruggists sell it 25c there is no supply from the dam Western Iiural A cat boat is always dangerous when it squalls Loicell Citizen m FOOD FOR THE SICK Oxyqex Coke Throat lung nervous dis-Â¬ eases Book free Dr Gepport Cincinnati O Why the Convalescents Eye Should Ba A sioTTO for young lovers So fa and no Pleased an Well as USs Palate father JV T Itidependait Solid food should never be given to a BROxenrns is cured by frequent small sick person without the doctors special doses of Pisos Cure for Consumption permission He will say when in his A tacht is always for sLLJferehaut judgment it3 use may be begun safely Traveler and thus the nurse is relieved from all responsibility A convalescents diet It is whispered about the suburbs of Buf-Â¬ should be digestible and tempting Tho falo that a young girl of that city screamed pulling appette is besrinning to return and so when the dentist was Rochester her tooth that she turned yeller must be encouraged exeppt after ty- Â¬ phoid fever when it has to be sup- Â¬ Cax you use this timidly inquired the pressed During extreme illness food poet as he laid a bundle on the desk I is a disagreeable necessity I to be dis- Â¬ think I can said the editor affably posed of as quickly as possible There am just about to start a fire in the office Fhiladelphta Call is no desire for it it is swallowed under stove Â¬ compulson as a necessary but nauseWnx Chawley drawled Gus de Flip ous medicine and to escape from tho kins to his chum C Percy Giddibraine importunities of the nurse In con- Â¬ O I couldnt wheres your watch valescence it is looked forward to with stand it he replied the beastly ticking Tid Bils eagerness and the dainty repasts aro shattered my nerves the events of the day They should bo Homer Greene is writing a sequel to his made to look as enticing as they can be story What My Lover Said It will be and all the appointments should bo Tid Bits entitled Is the Dog Tied Up daintily bright and clean A teasppon ful of tea spilled in the saucer from a The gout has come to be considered a full cup seems a trilling matter to a swell disease and no millionaire is consid- Â¬ well person but it is enough to spo 1 ered complete without it jV 0 Picayune the comfort of an invalids meals It has been discovered that the man who to intended is Food that was rocked in the cradle of the deep slept be hot must be served very hot on a last sleep in the bed of the ocean Ar well warmed plate et over a bowl of his Ledger Y boiling water and covered in its trans t The men who manufacture opium in from the kitchen A cup of lukewarm eoup would be sent away untasted India wear a costume peculiar to them- Â¬ whereas if it had been really hot it would selvesan opium habit as it were Texas have been eaten and enjoyed Things Sitings that are ntended to be cold should be Captain Lull has been sent to take left in the ice box or the cool dairy charge of tho Pensacola Navy Yard Things until the last moment before serving ought to be very quiet there this winter Tepid blanc manjre is not an inviting Boston Post article of diet and custard which woud A Harlem girl recently said she be delicious ice cold loses its attractive- Â¬ was little not afraid of mad dogs because her ness when it is milk warm Strawber- Â¬ father was a pastor X Y Graphic ries and all fruit should be placed on a Mr Hogg is elected to Congress from plate over a bowl filled with chopped should be laid West Virginia Let Bismarck take notice ice and sliced tomatoes San Francisco Alia on ice Attention to these little points makes all the difference between com- Â¬ Hardly anybody would care to change fort and discomfort between food being places with the turtle and yet he has a refused as unpalatable or eaten with rel- Â¬ great snap ish The prettiest china that the house Some men are born great Yes but affords should be brought out to embel- Â¬ ponvalesceuts tray The eye gracious how some of them do shrink lish the must be pleased as well as the palate and a victory is won when the invalid Oh how delicious it looks says Butter should be rolled into tiny bails According to the best authorities originates In a with the grooved paddles sold for tho morbid condition of the blood Lactic acid causedÂ¬ and albu purpose and bread cut in delicate slices by the decomposition of the gelatinous and attacks minous tissues circulates with the blood divided into four Good Jlousckeemna the fibrous tissues particularly In the Joints and Fost-Ez-pre- MALARIA CHILLS and FEVERS TIRED FEELING GENERAL DEBILITY PAIN in the BACK SIDES IMPURE BLOOD CONSTIPATION RHEUMATISM r DlobKSTOWER TBR1T J BEn Yj- - 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WSATHKKaX JCmw Secure a Bwaerasa Couomw vtaie tkat jm Mr tba Adfrtbaoft ki lUa 4 L- -1 -- r- - -Sl Tn - L s6 jaeata - - - i i THE MT STERLI jK tSJ - AMOUS NEW STORE Jte jBWftil 3si W jBSST - Now is Your Chance BRAUNS in TT REDUCTIONS MADE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS OF m- o- Take Advantage ofMi m 7 doxmsons ryew Hniidin Oj TvrTrariiiA i 1 i w- - i4ny RfvAAf iwf MUvxAlUga 1SVSW Jb7JLl V NEW tttSTOR E fi BUY THE BEST rddiiiiiJi k New Goods that are coming in now for the HOLIDAYS - UKAUNS FAMOUS NEW STORE MT STERLING KY reat auantitiea of Tne Celebrated mmn nr Hi ii SCHOOL DESX GENTS FUR-- Hazel Gkeen Heeald SFEKOKR COOPEB 111 Editob DEC 24 1886 5S HAZEL CKEEN KY H W3ttMBef Premelibsrr is FKDAT jWBS4ftte fee tbe LegislKtsre froaa tkk Ihs UUt MBpe4 f tke cHBties of Menifee MtgBMcry Powell ad Wolfe subject to the atiea w tke Beatocmtic party Okt f jt- terest citizes of the mountins prompts as k sped sgain in reference t tike greftt iaportence and future mor Â¬ al aiacfttiooal eSSwtB of Hazel Green Acadeay wklch comes to tbe front the pioaeer of docatkal enterprise in this sectsoa of tlte Siate and will be tbe arerar of aid leader in tbe bright dawn of tbe iatellectoal day which is ready to scatter its Gods blessing over our xtre deare to promote the in of every Â¬ ad ig 4 je - Moaday January 3rd 1887 will be a day to wkich fature generations will poiat with pride thanks and joyful tears a day which proclaimed illiteracy aad its cohorts on tbe retreat a day oa which education aoorality enterprise Itapplaeai and prosperity commenced the aiarch with sseajored stride to the goal which whea wois aprue out shining tbe glitteriBg jewels of the mine and the gold ofOphir Tbejevel of tbe soul is intellect Will yoa polish it Not alone to tbe citizeas of oar town is tbe praise due for this Isvt Bobfe angolic women have coaae to tbe rescue with brain heart and ataaey eaaae at tbe tiaae they were need ed coaae when the Waterloo wail of Oh for Blacher went out wafted on the aafky air God bless the Blnchcr of the C IV B 3kL The seed is sown what the harvest shall be no one can doubt With the board of trustees with the C W B iL with President Erb as chief etractor more than xbly seconded by Miss Sublett of Lexington as Jiretassist teacher we tip our beaver to the people and cordially invite you to send yoar children and you the young teach frsnale aad female come and matricu late is tbe Hazel Green Academy on 3Ioaday January Crd ttsin land named routes will leave Lexington out in the cold We believe that it is to the interest of the company to come to Lex Â¬ ington and it certainly is Lexingtons interest to have this important road and we hope that the stupid blunder which was made in regard to the Richmond ex Â¬ tension of the Kentucky Central will not be repeated in reference to the Kentucky Union But to secure it our people must be up and doing It will not come this way unless we extend a helping hand to the enterprise Mercer Boyle Anderson Bourbon and Clark have all shown a dis positon to have the road and chip in to the funds according to their ability Our Chamber of Commerce can do some good work by taking this matter in hand aud opening negotiations with the company for the purpose of locating their road via Lexington If we get this road the distance to Louisville will be reduced to 69 miles placing us in such close prox-Â¬ imity with the largest commercial city in the State that business intercouse will rapidly increase between the two cities It will have a marked influence on the future location of the State Capital Its chief benefit to Lexington will be the opening up and development of the great coal fields of Eastern Kentucky with its wealth of iron and lumber Our posi tion is such that Lexington merchants would control the distributing trade of Eastern Kentucky By all means take hold and let ua have this road It is vital tOeur future Lexington Press Â¬ The John on Organs In Full Blast for the Season - Are first class in Material Workmanship and Methods of Construction They are unrivaled in power and heauty of tone and in genuine excellence far surpass all organs of other makes ever offered in our country i HHHS MAMMOTH STOUE Masonic Temple Mt Sterling Ky OVER 67000 SOLD maufactared hj tJie jl ProjitM - v- Sidney School --ihM Fsrifiirs Jons LocoHuy i I May Coxcern - Wo To Whom will on the 3rd of January 1887 begin onr select school in the F A M Hall in the town of Campton We cordially solicit the patronage of all who wish to it attend Tuition For advanced pupils 150 intermediate 125 primary pu pils 100 per month The building is j properly seated and ventilated for the business We will properly devote our time and use all diligence for those who wish to patronize us We remain as ever A Dry Goods Carpets Wall Papers Hats Caps Boots Shoes An immense stock in all departments Their well known SIDNEY OHIO a Aiteptwtf te Tits Dek kas All the leading Skeel 2 tfca 625000 fi NOW IN UiE X1r Ctrr Globes Kegater1 DistioftTSMas Ht Map Craca Numeral Ynmoe Ckm Dictionaries Anatomical 34fe Erasers Blackboards Liquid Slating Bells Craye Microscopes K i w i Aad everything needed in a scluei 3Viritt us for complete tal9j SWncy Tm JUl Serai furpitwet Cp4r F8EE s- - flWy SIDXEr OHXX ELEGTB1G BELT F Brown John J Tutt M LOW PBIOSS rule throughout You can save your expenses both wavs on a Mil of TEST DOLLABS by going there tojtrade Dont mistake the place Their store is in the Masonic TEMPLE Buildingand they have no connection with any other house in town Bii at 4 - -- feP 5J-- t land U S Marshal Grose of this State ikas withdrawn his resignation tendered sossetime since and will fill out his term of office It is believed that Mar shal Gross was induced to reconsider his resignation because he thought his depu ty Hugh Rogers had but little chance for the position On the other hand it 5s claimed that President Cleveland had avowed his determination of appointing 1 Rogers if Gross persisted in vacating the position Be this as it may all who are cognizant of the competency of Capt Gross no matter whose cause they es How to Make Money Wishing to poused in event of the acceptance of his engage in other business I desire to sell j resignation will feel that the State has my Livery and Feed Stable located in The rrridcutn Body Guard TiP January number of Arthurs Home Joat oothiag by reason of his retention There never has been a Prcsidentwhose Magazine is at hand with an uuusuallv Hazel Green The stable is large and everv movement is so ruardedand whose j attractive table of contents and charmiuir commodious It seems that the editor of the Louis lot SO feet being 30x50 feet and the person is so well protected as the present illustrations The short stories are cani- The directors of the abova school tako front by 130 feet deep The occupant of the White House The ar- tal and the serial by M U UcUielland silk Poet can not be satinfied unless he pleasure in announcing to the public thai highly gatisfnetorv arrangements have been is abasing the people of Eastern Ken stable contains 16 large aud roomy stalls rangements at the Executive Mansion begins well and promises to be one of i made for the positive opening of the nchool harness room office c The have always been nearly perfect but for the best by this rising voung writer In tacky Only abort time ago that pa saddle and on Monday Jannarynd 1887 Tbrco com some reason or other Mr Cleveland has addition to the stories thj women folk mow will hold 10 tons of hay petent tcftchem hare been employed whose jer coatained very abusive false and location and liberal patronage A Igood taken pains to improve them and of will find many things useful in its well rpialiiciitions are unsurpasasd and their ser am course his own security as well Thou- filled departments and the illustrated daadeaoiiB article on the habits of the vices secured for a term of jears In mak ing this announcement we feci justified in aaountain people He now takes up the determined to sell and now is your time sands of stranger annually visit the bits of fancy work suitable for little inH ssertiny that the school will boan institution White House without ever being brought expensive presents are quite the right to buy Apply to The Herald CoraelisOB case and pours out his spleen which will reflect an honor on thia portion in contact with the President and one thing to keep fair fingers at work in the tbe people of ML Sterling and say3 of the State and unsurpassed even by the establishob holiday season now at baud Eas- Â¬ of the most rigid rules of the An Owingsville special says morn pretentious similar institutions of tho The enlarged form of the Magazine is that Judge Beid was too noble a man to tern capitalists have bougt of Messrs ment is that no one shall be allowed uplargo cities Located in a favorable geocommunity The Post Lee Allen a tract of about 1000 acres stairs who is not upon business connec- a great improvement upon its old style live ia such graphical section healthy moral free from branch of the places the Home prominently before vicious allurements and with a strict over- Â¬ choald prepare Louisville for the millcn of land lying three miles east of here ted with the Executive week the Pres- and public as one of the best of the the sight looking to the protection comfort and This land is simply a vast bed of iron Government Twice each iura before attempting to purify the ore and it is the mental training of tbe students parsnts magazines The price is but two purpose of this compa- Â¬ ident conies down into the East Koom cost can rely upon their children being Eaf ZBOuntains and shakes hands with the two or three dollars a year with reductious and pre- Â¬ ny to at once begin mining and shipping while under the care of the faculty and hundred people who are always there to miums for clubs Sample copies ten tile metal to furnaces in the eastern part troRtecs The attention ot youn men and is not unatT S Arthur ladies who expect to teach is specially It is confidently asserted that the Ken of the State For this purpose a branch greet him TheEven then he faced gentle- Â¬ cents each the publishers Son Phila big pleasant tended delphia are callcd to tbe advantages to be gamed iu railroad from the mines to intersect the tacky Uniou railroad will be pushed to thia school at a nominal cost O road at Salt Lick Station a dis- man who stands by his side is one of the C oapletion at once now that all litiga tance of six miles will be built as soon best detectives in the country The Whenever congress or the legislature For terms of tuition and further informain session for some tion apply to W O Mize Hazel Green Ky the has ikB over ownership has ceased and The as the weather will permk They also slightest movement on the part ofdoz- eral been rises calling upon it time a genor J McGarver Lexington cry to adjourn throng neither escapes him nor the Heejlld wishes the projectors God speed talk of building a blast furnace on Salty en Trustees J T Day G B Swango W O y more mild looking but strongly The bodies are looked upon as necessary or Mize Hazel Green and Prof J N McGar ia the much needed work We would Creek near this place built men who are scattered through the evils although they are the foundation vey Lexington Ky and it is not strange not appear selfish but hope the company You will have no use for spectacles if crowd fully as vigilant as he At night of our government of men get together there are guards inside as well as outside When any large body aaay build it through Wolfe county you use Dr J H McLeans Strengthenthey seem to lose all common sense and within tbe next five months The unde- Â¬ ing Eye Salve it removes the film and of the building while the head of the dawdle away their time on measures of Nation is in dreamland The force of veloped wealth now awaiting some sort scum which accumulates on the eye watchmen and detectives at the White little moment aud a few hours before the balls subdues inflammation cools and xf traaportation will surprise the gigan Â¬ soothes the irritated nerves strengthens House iB largely augmented by special close of the session hurry through bills millions tic Staadard Oil Company when they weak and failing sight 25c a box details from the police force of the city appropriating legislators of dollars If had pursued a any of these Sold by G B Swango Hazel Green and and it is safe to say that no person of a similar course in private life they would coate to develop it suspicious character could get within a J It Vaughn Campton block of the mansion without being will- Â¬ hardly have been honored with office Aniauls are often afflicted with a dis-Â¬ ed upon for an explanation of his char- Â¬ Now the question is why are they wise Letcher Comity ease called the mange the same disease men when acting indvidually and fools Whitesburg says acter and purposes The White House when collected together The fact is ia human beings is called the itch and A dispatch from the is in telephonic connection with police The winter term p highly contagious to cure it mix flour for Letcher countyofJudge Circuit Court headquarters as well as the barracks and well knewn but the remedy i3 what is H C Lilly ef aalphur with Dr J H McLeans Vol lacking Louisville Commercial We are now receiving auother LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK closed Among those the navy yard If it were necessary xaaic Oil Liniment bathe it thoroughly presiding has just convicted of crimes were Eli Hiram and probably a thousand armed and well a location for of everv variety of Goods to supplv the demands of all our customers at Wbole The committe to select aad take Dr J H McLeans liver and disciplined men could be massed in its PROPOSE Xidaey Balm Sold by G B Swango Finlcy Collins three brothers and Hi Â¬ defense inside of an hour With the the colored State Normal school has de- sale and Retail which weWe have oftenTO SELL FOR CASH or exchange for tried to establish a trade on a Cash basis ram Boner who were sentenced to the cided on Frankfort as the place This Produce and Live Stock Basel Greenland J N Vaughn Camp for life for the murder of present arrangements Presidents Cleve Â¬ school was chartered by the Legislature but have as often failed We have also notifiedour friends and customers of the Snitentiary a boy only fifteen years lands friends need have no fear for his last winter and an appropriation of 7 DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF THE CREDIT SYSTEM and our intention to Kentacy T7h1h Tbe old Samuel and Elijah Wright broth- Â¬ personal safetj so long as he remains 500 for building purposes and 3000 per reform our business but little attention has been given to what we have said whea the people ers were sentenced to two years impris- Â¬ within the White House Boston Trav- Â¬ year out of the State treasury are the Now we intend to establish upon the ruins of the old credit system a STRICTLY The tiae is at hand af Lexiagte mast take some action in onment for killing William and Andrew eller Washington Letter financial features of the bill It is said CASH BUSINESS which will enable ustb sell you goods of the Kentucky Wright They prayed and were granted regard to the locatien the site selected being on Arsenal hill is Uaioa Bailway For the first time an appeal Win Wright a brother of In cases of Fever and Ague the blood the most desirable in the city giace its iaeeption we are satisfied that the accused who had been indicted as an iB as efiectually though not so danger- Â¬ particular invito the RIVER MEN and others to bill repealing The Senate has much of the not the ously poisoned it will be built withoutof the further de- accomplice buttakentriedthewas with Mt atmosphere as itby the effluvium deadli- the tenure of officepassed aAlso bills have largeWe in of CLOTHING DRY attention of c c which wo are ofierisgour GOODS stock law Louisville two convicted could be by the to jail at at lay It will be a part est poison Dr J H McLeans Chills been passed calling in the trade dollars special low prices for cash Sotttbera which has been contracted for Sterling for safe keeping fro Loaisville to Lawrenceburg and The crand jurv returned 190 indict and Fever Cure will eradicate this poison and redeeming thern at par If the bills To all of our customers having accounts due we most earnestly solicit to come the question now is shall it be extended ments fiftv of which charge the ofiense from the system 50 cents a bottle Sold pass both bodies they will become law forward and make settlements You owe it to us to do so as well as to yourselves Lex by G B Swango Hazel Green and J froaa Iwrescebarg viaVersailles to O to of bribery at an election aa honorable men Morrisons tariff bill was refused con- Â¬ N Vaughn Campton aad whence sa jthe C nd aftea We will eell you goods cheaper than you have ever bought thorn before we sideration on Saturday bv a vote of 149 Fob Sale Wishing to engage in other Bedcos Station or oai Iawranccburg Christmas holidays are at hand for to 154 against which shows the vexed j can better afford it because we will take no risk oa time Respectfully and Richmond or via business I offer for sale at a bargain my The Harrodebarg Vorsaiis ta Georeetown to Paris and one fourth interest in the Hazel Green and it behoves all good citizens to act question on tariff is pretty evenly divided j j in Congress JejS6 Ration Either of the last MAI F M Thoab Hazel Green Ky with discretion and decorum -- At tbe request of President Cleve Â¬ Â¬ Itioli Cotnpnnj- The Standard Oil Company which has purchased the Kentucky Union railroad is one ot the richest corporations in the United States Mr Rockefelder of Cleve- Â¬ land Ohio one of the firm is estimated to be worth 100000000 This company has had men examining Eastern Ken tucky for years seeking for petroleum They make no noise about it but go very quietly at their work The purchase of a road bed through the very heart of this region indicates that they are satisfied that this great staple is here in paying quantities This is a factor in the re- Â¬ sources of this country that has never been counted in rcconing up its wealth What the outcome will be none can tell We are not postt d as to the scientific probabilities of oil in this country Prof Egleston a learned professor of mining of Columbia college New York when here about a year ago said You have everything here I have traveled over the most of Europe and the greater part of the United States and I had no idea that there was as rich a country as this on the globe No doubt we are living in the midst of possibilities that will dazzle the eyes of those who shall live to behold their realization Three Forks Enter- Â¬ prise -- lwi i I ii n ill imEJil BlMt forNt rvens Debility Vcakaey VwMMt y Los of Vigor RhenraatTsaj te JU ward paid if every Belt we- maitHctare doci not generate a geaulufc eleetric curreat Address atonceGERSfAS BELT AGENCY P O Box 173 Brooklyn Xer York jaH - To introduce it w will 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