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Aoekt HE a SERALD Has a larger sirculation in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky than any paper in the State and merchants and others wishing to secure the trade of Eastern Kentucky will xjn diajkx ros fhaM 1887 Tn 1 2 inches 1 year inch STAXDIXO ADVERTISEMENTS 1 year 500 4 inches lyearlo00 vTr tutir iiilii jjntlnlnr rr Iii ALMAXAa sad COMPLETE DIART xo w Baa 1 imbH r ritxi 3 inches MHM AffO CHEMICAL QQff ALTlMOItE MO U 8 A s CetincK Kjlxx axd Pkestoxsbdeg Sts KENDALL HOUSE WEST LIBEBTY KY Mrs E C Kendal - Proprietress 52r Snecial rateson larseradvertisements local notices oca line with 5 percent off for long time 2Marriage and death notices free tri-aÂ¬ butes of respect and obituaries 5 cents line Announcements of candidates for State or District offices 10 County offices 5 calls on persons to become candidates and their answers 5 cents a Hue Payable invariably In advance lyear riw 900 5 inches Cinches lyear 1 year 1750 2000 DUNLAP BROS J L- - F IV t if- - if- - lt f fr I r NT G B Swango is advertising for and otherwise soliciting books with which to supply the new college library at Hazel Green Ky and a box is now heing filled Cos for the purpose at J B Morton is a laudable enterprise and those hav- Â¬ It ing books to spare or duplicate books of any kind can promote the cause of education and christianization in the moun- Â¬ tains of this State by sending them in for shipment The oft read books now Uncle Joe Clarks family will move molding on your shelves can in this way be made to help in the great work of into the Henry Pieratt property uplifting and refining a people great in Aunt Emily Lacy has been quite sick all things except in literary culture Tiadereigacd will begin school in Tk XMergaa county MONDAY JAN 3 for several days past but is better Lexington Observer 1S37 which will contiaae five months end fee jciadly solicits a liberal patronage from Bart Tyler of Frozen Creek is visitIt seems thai some evil spirits not a friends or education friends at this place FACULTY Mfa Mary Nickeli General ing relatives and satisfied with the utter destruction of Xkesatare Mrs Aaaa J fields in Instru The Day Houso will change hands the county records and our court house county Ox the Wisg MtalMc TERMS OF TGITIOX first of March when it will by fire recently are still on their nefaabout the 6 25 Priiaary Department rious mission and last week cut a sash West Liberty Feb 7 The Normal wV be refurnished AJtJi4lCS13virG from the window of a room in Camgton School at this place under the auspices S 75 X8gage8 c MtmQ 15 00 Floyd Day is off on a trip to Quick- Â¬ where the books and papers of the court of J M Downing and Miss Willio Ladd 1 50 Toturi oer week sand and will buy some fat cattle if the were stored and in genuine cracksmen is progressing nicely There are about MRS MARY F NICKELL Address prices suit him style went through everything It is 100 pupils in attendance and never beUTiiTl Jerry Murphy is quite sick with fever supposed they were on the hunt of the fore was such interest in education man- Â¬ but Dr Kash thinks he can bring him indictments returned by the grand jury ifested in our county Preparations for at the recent term but fortunately they the entertainment are being made by around all right failed to find them as they had been Mrs J M Downing and Miss Willie But bay Kellys STEEL axe It la the most Wagoners reportthe road betweenthis placed elsewhere for safe keeping which will be at the close of this term perfect axe ade Also buy STEEL horse im- Â¬ A grand time is anticipated abecs Tkey will outwear aron And use place and Eothwell in an almost Judge Swango had the Magistrates STEEL nails They coEfc the same as iron passable condition Rev Humphrey occupied the pulpit summoned to meet on Monday last to Per sale iu Haael Green by at the Methodist Church Sunday mornG B SWANGO Born Feb 5th to the wife of Holly take into consideration the erection of ing and Rev D G Combs preached at WTCASK32Y Wilson a girl weight ten pounds and public buildings for the county they the Christian Church at night F McGFlRE After having recently been burned they call her Amelia Capt T J Henry after a protracted Chift Thompson Sc Co getting a few cooled down they appoint-Â¬ MTSTEULIXG KY Last Monday was County Court day ed a committee which was instructed to visit to Bath and Montgomery counties Agfiata for EaEtern Kentucky ishome again and several of our most prominent citiproceed at an early day to have them Since widowers have become so nuzens were in attendance erected notice of which will appear in merous the young men take back Mrs Dr F M Thomas and Miss Corvj this paper The committee was also in- - seats IMPORTERS AXD JOBBERS OF Combs of Ezel are visiting friends and structed to purchase fire proof safes for Mrs Thomas Rose is very low with each of the two clerks offices which is acquaintances at tim place No hope for her recovery consumption a step in the right direction C Turner and J A Lacy have reH There were two or three cases of Snooks who has charge of turned from Floyd Rev Mr Hubert whooping cough here last week with an the work of the M E Church South in equal number of whoopem ups Sick headache and a sensation of opBreathitt and who has been on a visit pression and dullness in the head are Little Esther Wilson who was such a to his homo in Georgia for some two very commonly produced by indigestion AND favorite here last year is again attend- Â¬ months will fill the pulpit of the M E morbid despondency irritability and ing school at Hazel Green Academy Church next Monday night on his re- Â¬ over sensitiveness of the nerves mav in a majority of cases be traced to the same cause Dr J H McLeans Liver Uncle Joe Clark who has been sojourn Â¬ turn to this work and Kidney Balm and Pillets will posi- Â¬ ST22STS with us for sometime has gone to ing TEE 2JE k raiGH That prince of good fellows Dr J M tively cure Sold by G B Swango Ha Ezol where he is engaged in building Waldeck of West Liberty smiled in on 2el Green and J N Vaughn Caniptoir Married At the residence of S C our town hist week The Dr has many WOLFE COUNTY 4CCT ATTENTION We WfrBlfliGI P Daysborough jon Jan 27th warm friends hero who remember well flUilMIVf Ut flUUinrc now urenarea to Alexander Laxe Feb 6 On last Suuday three Tangled Tintiraich all classes with employment at home John H Davidson to Miss Ellen White the olden times when ware Yaller Breeches Fun and or four fights occurred on the William the whole of the time or for their spare Rev D H Fallen officiating tsotaoBts Business new light and profit Hollon fork of Holly Creek in which Physic run riot able Persons of either sex easily earn from men women and children were concern- Â¬ Have vou met the new minister The 50 ceatft to 5 per evening and a proportion John H Pieratt has concluded to re- ed Louis and Geo Hatton brothers ate earn by devotiag all their time to the Lexington Observer speaking of Judge haeiaeas Boys and girls earn nearly as much Swaugo refers to him as the Rev G B build on the site of his old hotel and engaged in an old fashioned as men That all who see this may send will have a modern houso in all respects bout when another one of the their address aad test the business we make Not as reverend as you might suppose He has recently tried the lightning rod brothers interfered and separated them thw ofer Te each as are not well atuned we will send one dollar to pay for the trouRev Mr Eklar pastor of the M E business and several other ventures but neither one being seriously injured but ble of writing Full particulars and ouifit Co Church South at this place preached says he feels out of place away from the their wives Pree Address George Stixsos jaSly Portland Maine two fine sermons on Sunday last and on hotel bnsincss They knocked bit scratched aad pulled both occasions had good congregations Lair ALL WHO Tt Harris Arnett accompanied by John And now their faces are bruised and heads READ THIS B M Combs of Troublesome Creek Higgin3and a couple of gentlemen whom bare JL keek at 18S pages SKxllK inches neatly Breathitt county was in town Tuesday we did not know passed through town Lib wupaieEiorBawita a oeausuyu enromo- Berry Nickell has rented a farm of S troDUspsece printed In ten color negotiating the purchase of corn which last Monday on their return from a trip H Hurst on the Spring fork of Holly rttofeUowiaeecideteEtorieflnnted laxm dear tjpe on good paper THE is in demand in his county at high fig-Â¬ to Mt Sterling Mr A says the oil and will move to it in a few days Ber UOUTIVES ej Mrs Oiiphat TWO ures business is booming in Magoffin By mobot oi uosa morn t UR rys hogs will not root up Dennis Hol popular autnor VES SAKt oy WBobinson HE lACK SPECKhvF Bob Cummins will move here from The Life of the flesh is the blood lons corn I guess This is just eleven LOWED BY MOMENTS by Mary pure blood means healthy tenants Sam his and would like to have tootl fiar AMUNU t West Liberty about March 1st and start thereof Xw7CcilHay MID TMt KUINb PLEASURES functional activity and this bears with more He says they will make him 200 a boot and shoe shop in connection with IH7 VOL certainty of quick restoration MM Pt a ireu known author MRS which he will do a general barbering it the sickness from or accident Dr J H oach this year Wont Sam be flying IHCANfS WILL very Tjonalar HIS HAKTOM BRIDE LARRYS HUT business Dennis Brewer the old miller and McLeans Strengthening Cordial and Mh Meiartme storiee MADELINE ST Blood Purifier gives pure rich blood and his family leave this creek in a few by LeeterMullin ILAilfS LOVER waaed separately Dach mmmimt IX David Linden of Gillmore Creek vitalizes and strengthens the whole bodv weeks for Frankfort Ky where they in ooox m WBWli aaalca from 188 to SM pages eaciu vM BtmA the above free by mail post paid to has purchased 1000 bushels of corn from 100 per bottle Sold by G B Swango expect to make their future home and ding os THIRTY CENTS lor his neighbors to ship to Breathitt on Hazel Green and J N Vaughn Camp then Link will be the miller iwownpuonioTHthAMltY 22 column VlfiTQRi an west pageetaams takenliterary speculation Wo are glad to say that we ton TMs Lee Ternll of this vicinity has sold TTi fll Irig IVr w md Posice A valued contemporary very truly to Introduce our paper into are an Egypt in regard to this staff of mmk eOar Son and will iMTkOMI Satisfaction easraateed or money Col Beunet H Young has been his farm to D C Miller says AdreM H W KELLEY Pub-- life and can supply Breathitt with all called on to become a candidate for Gov- Â¬ move to the blue grass region in a short M711Buh Street gafladelpfai Pa she wants ernor The State cannot afford to elect time Thin Barbel Col Young to that positon He is doing EVERY MONTH Hon D S Godsey and wife left this more now as a railroad manager to devel Hindoo Kidney Cordial manufactured To tar oas place last week to make their future op the material wealth and physical great- by Patton Bros Catlettsburg Ky is home at Spencer Station in Montgom- - ness of the State fthan ten governors could the be kidney remedy ever introduced to worfc11 do Col Young must stay where he is T Having tried several of them without -i LUUiU ilS C4JT UJUUl eayan4 v tie lCiCilli iIAJ IUU i1 relief we tried Hindoo and found it the pleacuL Life will acquire new zest and cheer- best It is sold by all Hazel Green nave ageats citizens very much and can commend who are cietr- fulness return if you will impel your stores IngfllSadari them to the people in their new home as others 5 ta liver and kidneys to the performance of evening col every way worthy of a warm welcome their functions Dr J H McLeans lectlng snail pictures to bm Our loss is Montgomerys gain Lier and Kidney Bilm will stimulateÂ¬ GEORGE E TUCK copied and en WITH them to healthful action 100 per botlarged into Tl e Democratic Count- - Chairmen of tle Sold by G B Swango Hazel Green beautiful Oil JIUF FAKER WHITE GREEN Portraits To Wholesale Dealers in prove wnt a this Senatorial District nine in number and J N Vaughn Oampton great chance thlsisadbotv from the counties of Breathitt Johnson easy any one A well informed politician of Louiscan mike tns Lee Magoffin Menifee Morgan Owsley ville who has proven himself very saga- Â¬ R L White Glo v est Main btrcet business pay we nave de Powell and Wolfe have been called by cious in political figures estimates that J B Green cided to Bend LOUISVILLE KY the District to meet Gen Buckner will po into the conven- - J A Huffaker CCAUT WPrUC o terms whlc I we do not aata Mi CUMW seod these samples to areata the Chairman of to settle the 328 instructed votes and 156 tion here on tomorrow time and ire riah IIIto FOR THE HERALD Mill l 84 iia IBBBBBCCBieai Win seconds The seconds are those that ge- 4ha cl i MjETrarv ri iuui inua nommg xne convention ro nom- - 0rranhicallv belomr to Judire Hines and SUBSCRIBE largest and cheapest local piace ior St raui rt I P 1 a year iuate a candidate for the Senate paper published in the State yoL Holt Lexington Ob server iMLSn Tie table is supplied srith the best the TIMETABLE aMrktfrd Experienced hndin charge Kentucky and South Atlantic Railway Caarges reasonable f stUe Standard time 22 minutes slower than Mt OB 2TDNNELLY Sterling time WITH No 1 leaves Mt Stealing at 7 A-- M arrives at CO No 2 leaves Rothwell at S40 A MM arrives at Eothwell at 9 A Mt Sterling at 1050 A M WHOLESALE SADDLERY No 3 leaves Mt Sterling at 140 P M ar-Â¬ rives at Rothwell at 320 P M Manufacturers of L Daalaj No 4 leaves Eothwell at 345 P M arrives J TL Daalsp at 530 atMt W GBftrrett Addles Harness C No 2 connects SterlingSterling P M 1105 A with at Mt O railway M and 157 P-- M trains on C 73Sad73d nd dealers in Cincinnati and Louisville for Lexington W3aia St No 3 connects at ML Sterling with 1105 A Saddlery Ilardware 0 from the East and 136 M train on C IXUISYrLLE KY P M train from Louisville and Cincinnati jS3Montgomery county court day special TTT T SWANGO leaves Rothwell on the 3rd Monday in each month at 730 A M arriving at Mt Sterling at 9 A M Returning leaves Mt Sterling HAZEL GIIEEN KY at 3 P M arriving at Rothwell at 430 P I 5P Sterling for Cwft Clerk of Wolfe Leaves RothwellGEO Mt HARPERat Supt M Cwty B WHl attead to all baslaei entrusted to him vitk proaiptaess nd dispatch The business men of Frankfort have already gone to work in order to secure the proposed Paris Georgetown and Frankfort railroad Hon S F J Tra bue and Hon AV P D Bush president of the company are now in Paris Ky laboring in the interest of their road gettiug ready to ask an appropriation from Bourbon county They contemplate pushing their road through from Frankfort via Georgetown Paris Mt Sterling Hazel Green and Salyersyille to Prestonsburg where it will form a junction with the Chattaroi and Atlantic and Ohio roads which are now being pushed vigorously to that point Mr Trabue is firmly of the opinion that the quiet concentration of at least six roads to a valley near the Big Stone Gap on the Cumberland range will produce an- Â¬ other phenomenal city equal to Birm ingham in less than three years He cites the fact that a half dozen of the finest iron ores in America and all the coal and limestone necessary for the iron are within a radius manufacture of less than 100 miles from that point and are in inexhaustible quantities Courier Journal Feb 5th Â¬ Â¬ Working for the Road MORGAN COUNTY GRASSY TRADE AT THE Several of M Cheek Feb 7 I ASK YOUR ATTENTION i our citizens have been very busy for some days getting their logs out of the various tributaries of this creek as wTe have just had a nice tide which was the first tide of the season and as there is several logs on this creek when they get to market they will bring some money into our neighborhood It is very much needed The winter has been very close ever since it set in So much so that there has been scarcely any farm work done Farmers are not yet done gathering corn or a great many of them at least Corn seems to be very plentiful in this locality and as to rough food there is no scarcity From this fact live stock looks better than I ever saw it at this season of the year Born To the wife of Cyrus B Perry a boy Cy is happy for this is the fourth boy The eldest is not yet eight years old and they are all Republicans Green Taulbee of this creek has caught some seven or eight red foxes and one dog in his steel traps this winter May the good work go on Rev J T Pieratt preached at the Caskey school house on last Monday and Tuesday nights There was one addition to the church by baptism John A Oldfields is feeding a nice lot of two year old steers which if there were any money in circulation would bring a good price J Miles Little is teaching a select school at the Murphy school houso He has about thirty fivo pupils and is get ting along finely Wm Cecil lost a very fine horse a few days ago Death was supposed to have resulted from a kick on the thigh Mrs Joseph Oldfields has been quite sick for sometime but at this writing is able to be out again James Spencer late of this Creek has recently moved to Fallen Water in Wolfe Au IJiil Boots 1 JjUi ljjjfe U uUulilliiu agents Clothing House Mt Sterling Ky When you visit our city look out forthe CASH SIGN on Main street cash means every article at rock bottom prices Tguarrantee tlus to you as I keep no books credit nobody sell fqrCASH only 1 am dealer in watches clocks and jewelry Rogers Bros7 1849 kaives arid forks spoons table and tea every thing to bo found in a first class jewelry store I am olso dealer in Shoes Hats and Caps Furnishing Goods Ladies Fine Shoes the best that is made Childrens Shoes in all sizes and styles Gents Fine and Heavy Boots Now good people remember that I am the only firm in onr city thafc sells for CASH ONLY this is the firm you want to find to save you a BIGTER CENT No trouble to show goods Asking you to call when Tn the city and hoping tc see you soon I remain Respectfully yours M MainStreet A GROSSMAN W VOWELS IV 1 Mt Sterling Ely JOHN SCHLBUTEE FRANK GOUVION jKsL ROSSMAN GOUViQM GO wnOLESALB MANUFACTURERS i OP i HKlli smMiif JtmA9TiiS33 A IS 1 1 11385 BIB13II K S 5 5 Co dll t ES SsswBJ2f mm gffey mm HSU mm BRIDLES 74 and 76 MainStreetr c hpiti Â¬ Mrs NickeiTs Select School local mm CINCINNATI O ESTABLISHED ISST Â¬ wunus Many a helpless child has been laid in the grave when the disease which caused its death has been en- - years since thia eaecUciEe was offer4 aa remedy for Worms ami from that Ctroo Urn renntatton has tfirfT lmruwxT Bnti as the present clay it i3 almost universally acknowledged throughout nearly all parts of the world to bo tbe acv-pteuus lao it tmj rCTKcuy been urm uioiecugiuallmauo morecountry purpose ot short lease ofpaiassIstaaa oz overcomiag aad iur vno disease hare nearly exaasted manufactured over the but their life D A Kahnestocks Vermifuge continues to grow in favor dally CMZdren often look prlt and tichiy from BO uposms are most frequently the result of these hidden sappers andrntaen Waea other cause than worms and they are irritable and feverish sometimes cravinij food and eating ravenously again refusing wkoteseoe diet tossing restlessly in sleep moaniug and grinding the teeth then be assured these symptoms axe ladicafecB o BAFAHNESTQGKS IfifaROWBarlysaf w Â¬ VERMIFUGE jsurelT Â¬ Ilil MBiiij fit iPIIlill va- - be sajeij ana speeauu removed irom we most aeiicaie tnrantby the timely use or UJUfc ancstoefcs-- Viermine Ihygieians do not huaitato to recommend it and uie It ir their practice aad many of the most enlentof the profession from all parts of the country testify to its uniform success la fact is never fails It haa fr- quently been given to children as a safe purjrative not suapectins the caase of tho uiness and larse quantises ot worms were uiscnareu ana immeuiare reuei aaoruea Groat caution mtist be used by every psresaaec ta be his own judgn In one sense and to examine every bottle he buys of It The simple aarae of Fahsbstock is not sufficient He mast look closely and carefully to see that the t are S AfjiaysMocxasdbetis- ueu wjin noicuiK cue Kkw Praskuk Howkd Co Mo Messrs J E Schwartz Co PitUburg Fa Having used the original B A raanestoek VcraiS nave usoa some 01 taat mosi oxceiient fugre In my practice for many years have ao heal- unuemeni I nfwitf Tl A lrtvfrj wlTH TarTTifTia nf fnrmA If Tf icy la recommending it as a remedy which Is aafe have the desired effect I think your vermifuge can v eirnimjfa not saf el v be dispensed with in any fatally rziiaote ana owtciu ui ui cases wacro TH06 HHAXDYJC Yours c J WUCBBARD M D s needed sccczssor to r CO SCHWARTZ Irt OWJ U9flKkn B A FahnestOCk Co iiUnln rUii5 vl -- ttm flHKi2 WANGO - DEALER IN - Â¬ Bk GENERAL MERCHANDISE i - Â¬ HAZEL GREE KEEPS CONSTANTIY KENTUCKY LOUIS STIX C0 Â¬ ON HAND A FUIX ASSORTEENT OF H2 Dm Goods Cincinnati Â¬ Staple ancl Fancy Dry Goods Ready mad Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Crocer- ies Stoves and Farming Implements In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOM PIUGEa Also will take in erohange for Goods or iu payment of any debt dnc me all kinds of Country Produce and Live Stock af every description Â¬ 09- - 9 UIMLC NOTIONS u j THE NEW AND ELEGANT HIGH ARM B W J P HOGEES SHIPLEY wiTn GO mssE fkl M 9 1 BS SI W 5 OOISY 8EW1MG MACHINE IS THE BE3T 3TT2 ITO OTHEG DRY GOODS Cor 4th and Elm Streets CINCINNATI OHIO WITH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HJcSia fist-and-sk- Â¬ ffi39 O The LADIES FAVOlTEB because - SE Wm S V Livery TOWNSEND H Eullerton JOBBER OF Caps Umbrellas Hats Gloves aadStraw Goods CHILL1COTHE O FREE t PAPER McWilliams NEW Co Safe and Feed Stable MT STEELING KY iKS it ia LIGHT HimiSnNG- and dooa mck beautiful work Agenta Favor ltebecauso it ia a quick and easy seller Drovers and Traders1 Htadtpariirs AGENTS WASTED IONOCCUPIED TEREITOST ossrsrao 303E4 czro u v a c CO Tho attevition of horso aad niHle dealers is especially- - invited to our facilities for the JUNE HIAHUFACTURIHG CHICAGO ILL i Cor La Sails Ayshub aafl Ontario Street handling of stock aad we invite illtraders of Wolfe and adjoining coantiea ta call on us when in the city HJ GE0 CLAEKC wth -- Go REPAlRINGItfSIS KKL1 Sievers Garson Hardware 100 am now prepared to do all kuid3 of XSrepainng on atencs uioeics jeweiry and optical goods Bring me yonr work and it will be neatly and promptly igul 637 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ - Hoping bv work and lair prices to merit iSQlionest patronage I remain T F CATIR Yours truly at reasonablejiriccs E WHXTT iJ Â¬ Â¬ oots and Shoes V Â¬ film I II j TVO -- - custom made Suits Our goods are tailor made and corset fitting Immense line of Mens Boys and Childrens Boots Hats Caps and underwear f A Haiicisome line of Ky 1 F A T7 can live at home and make more Y i I inore n0lcv at work for ns than at Solicits the patronage of Eastern Kentucky A V anything else in the world Capital tor Blank Books Efanks e needed you are started free Both sex not O LYEESS es all ages Any one can do the work sure from first start Costly Large earnings Better not delay County Attorney Real Estate Agent mitfifc and terms free vou nothing to send u5 your address Costs and Notary Public and find out if von are wise you will dosoin Wolfe and Ad in all tt tt o rr vw tt JJWJlUii u rv Pnrtlnml M Iracticcs CountiesCourts Court Apji eak IIIUIIUU ii and joining of Henry Ejioefel 210 V Market St LouisvnxE with Of Elliott County Co rx i is J 0 - -- p ALACE HOTEL PRENCHBURG rCollections a Specialty CA3IITOX WOLFR COUTTi JvY K is The natronase-of respectfully invited Table the best and every attention tojtfce comfort ot guests i J IT WILLIAMS Proprietor All I Cfl I lwilV on arfvsrtisfee A thit aca In Oms paforcw wSI d it stimw at ac vi i- r -- s tt Hp k RJ t r r - H5h -- Vr i - s 4 - - C 3hr pith an poitrr INDIAN GAMBLERS that belonged to the children left bes He therefore put on his hat and called venience and publicity of an action in said old Josiah with an nngenial laugh cloaks outside and in the class room immediately at Mr Martineaus office which he must ultimately be defeated The flaad ad of Setiptwr How the Hand Games of the Shoshoaes kept away from the children a distance Yes It isnt that Im in such a where to his great relief he saw no He therefore made his arrangements rimnlA tkinr cowwrei wfck tfc and Bannocks Is Flayed tearing hurry to get married said sign of Jack He had the satisfaction and in the course of a few days after tk The Shoshones and Bannocks on the of five or six feet But upon examina Â¬ made girl of th peww Jack eagerly T quite prepared to of imparting to his friend the first inti-Â¬ receiving the writ he had invested the Shoshone reservation in Idaho have tion of her eyes fourteen day3 after she Ticaytme-kizsLGXEur - wait a reasonable time and so is mation of his daughters engagement whole of his brothers fortune in con- Â¬ like most Indians a fondness for gam Â¬ had taken office it was found that she it mj For what Louise But I hardly like to go to to and of receiving his warm thanks for sols hand began to suffer from granular lids yearns a poetess If asks bling To an observer the lier father unless I can show him some his trouble He was a little disap- Â¬ CARCH S OF THE GULL It may be imagined that the trouble game so common among these InÂ¬ Upon inquiry I found that she hadbeen know dear naless it is for tk better prospect than I have at present pointed to find that Mr Martineau and annoyance which this involved dians would seem more like a recrea- Â¬ taking the copy books and slates of the send y ttf a clieck X XOK5HK2 of being able to keep a wife though as averse as other rich were not calculated to improve old tion than a propensity for gambling children for correction and in all prob Â¬ note Eeturned with thaksr Mm JLHw stars re fiyififf No wonder sneered old Josiah men to a poor showed Josiahs sentiments toward his nephew for no matter how interesting the game ability she got the poison from the Haven 2fetes Oer tfee ktm the triads are fiyiBgFrocklj sBeatly thoroughly enjoying the youths con- Â¬ considerable liking for Jack and so that when Jack paid him a visit maybe good humor invariably prevails slates and books a her hands and then Wife innoceBtly Is tfc 1 Sweetly mom reposes fusion spoke half regretfully of putting shortly afterward he was boiling over A party of Shoshones and Bannocks conveyed it to her eyes A teacher of SaiiakHBgali tfee risyirfiferoMS bll season over Hasfewd petfafc What I came then to ask you a stop to the engagement as though with wrath and indignation Gleriewly were encamped near the station this af- another section in th same institution ly Of coarse Look at tJw wlfcar Seel the Uncle Josiah said Jack rousing himÂ¬ a very little persuasion from an in- Â¬ cealtay How dye do Uncle Josiah said ternoon five of whom two men and was more careful she simply walked Any fool oBghfc to kaow tfea Wili CTer tie K WUews beading self was whether you could give me fluential quarter would have made liim Jack cheerfully called to see if three squaws were deeply engrossed into the class room did not touch any sweetly Thats why I asked mr Ive AH tae east in issaaee blases Wending an opening here in your office Of sanction it But old Josiah was care-Â¬ we can come to terms about this in tho hand game SSpsrkles aieag tfce sea After half an thing belonging to the children and for dear Washington Critic tfresesypMlow course I know Ihave no claim whatever ful not to urge his nephews suit and wretched action hours close attention I managed to ob Â¬ two or three months during the dura Â¬ A servant girl went to sleep ti7 skim mt eer the billow upon you but still tins was originally to account for his reticence he felt im xne money is all invested in con- Â¬ tain a fair idea of the game The two tion of this epidemic she was not af- Â¬ afternco and did sot wake adnata - JxJeyiejJor my fathers business and you have no pelled to drop a few significant hints sols snarled old Josiah and your men were partners and sat facing their fected by the disease The atmosphere forty hours later Wfce sfce wek Life geee merrily bow I partner I could get good testimonials about Jacks character from his point mother will get three per cent instead opponents the three squaws In front had evidently not been the carrier of she was natmrally aaach iseeaaetf fcr H Al JR150 from my present employers and I am of view The result was that Mr of five I hope vou are satisfied with of each of the opposing sides was a the contagion in the first case of TKeatk a gilded highland find that she had been defraud Medical and Surgical Bejporier sure Martineau was seized with sudden in- Â¬ your cleverness Or a glewisg- etoad laad islad pile of twenty small sticks to be used two evenings out Eoste 5Mcrfc Ligitly ecefally So far so good As to my mothers as counters and in the center of the I suppose you would prefer to be dignation for he sat down then and ScyoH thiak Tridayr ae unfcUky Steks the sea so lewly senior partner interrupted old Josiah there and penned a brief note to poor income of course I shall take care she space intervening was the money some WHITE FOOTED MICE Xis fed I refiteg ahadews gather slowly day do you Edith Jack which could hardly fail to con- Â¬ shall not suffer replied Jack with three or four dollars Two sarcastically Gloriously And why do joe think How These little Mammals Eearraajre do raaam ClameroHS peas peaUag I dont expect I dont ask for a vince him of the utter hopelessness of quiet confidence which caused his WeU yoct see wel pieces of convex shaped bone as the Abandoned Nests of Birds it is unlucky Xeasd the rooks the rook are wheeling his aspirations Old Josiah endeavored uncle to open his eyes minute to be taken into partnership hope now large as a lead pencil in the largest I Often as early in autumn as the first warshave fish os Friday Zephyr maste rastllag stilly stealing I imt Whispers ateng the sea said Jack wincing I should of to convince himself that he had only uncle that between us you and me Tankers Stafeammt part and possibly three inches inlength of October the abandoned nests of cat Â¬ abominate fisfc Dipping in the billow course hope that in the future if I discharged an unpleasant but unavoid Â¬ we shall be able to manage the matter well wrapped with cord or sinew birds and cardinal grosbeaks and to A fashion item says Bonaetewfil Sweeping x to stony pillow prove myself worthy you would like able duty but he did not enjoy his amicably some extent those of the brown and not be worn as high this year as Xafet for an inch or more in the center and e ioy jey joy What do you mean What mat- Â¬ two pieces of the same dimensions un Â¬ song thrushes will be found very fre- Â¬ If this be true all this talk aboat ele to continue the old name in the firm triumph so much as he had anticipated T2lo goes xaerrily bow and consider that I am not an unfit Jacks words of warning still rang in ter demanded old Josiah who had wrapped or presenting the white sur Â¬ quently to be tenanted by those beauti Â¬ vating the stage way j well be HX THE STORK his ears and consequently when his come to regard his nephew with highly face only constituted the gambling ful little mammals the white footed dropped WitL less lofty boaaete t You see person to succeed you Ckrads benight the ocean Barges swell with deep commotion added the lad with a burst of candor nephew was announced the following flattering respect for his acuteness stage is high eaough Norrisfeten Sir-outfit Two of the three squaws grasped mice Hesperomys leucoptts Fiercely lettily Of course the investment of the a wrapped and unwrapped bone one in what I chiefly want is to be admitted afternoon he felt disagreeably appre- Â¬ While the fact of such situations beÂ¬ aUL Black winds howling oer us to your office Whatever my present hensive money upon proper security is tho each hand and together with the third ing chosen by these mice for their win Â¬ In Phil Armours Chicago packiag Join the deep toned thnnder chorus Gloriously I have had a note from Mr Mar Â¬ main thing said Jack in a matter-of-fasalary and prospects if I were only in squaw began moving their hands rapÂ¬ ter quarters has been long known I house they are killing four thoasaai On the tempest dashes tone But there stiil remains the idly from side to side describing a half am not aware that observation has been hogs a day and yet the man whe sits your office Mr Martineau knowing tineau uncle said the young man Ware with tumbling mountain clashes seating himself gravely and as it ar-Â¬ other point How about the profits circle and accompanying the motion carried beyond this point and I reÂ¬ sideways in a street car was in town you and that I am your nephew Dazzling brine illumed with lurid flashes Sparkles along the sea rived before I had had time to call upon you have made out of my fathers with a peculiar nasal humming The cently endeavored to determine first yesterday So wa3 the man wha fcs would naturally listen High erultiag fiyteg him it is evident that I am indebted to money beyond the five per cent you men were now all attention it being to what extent these old birdn nests his hair cut Saturday night Some aiea What Martineau Martineau Heaveas wilt warfare all defying have paid my mother Every farthing their duty it seems to guess which are remodeled and again whether or are born lucky Burdelte-cried old Josiah interrupting the flood your kind offices Joy Joy joy Joy told you I should inform Mr Mar- Â¬ of that has to be accounted for and re hand of either of the three squaws con- Â¬ not some of them may not be construct- Â¬ Lite goes merrily now I of Jacks oration Editor What noise is that in th Adam C Jhfuon in Chicago 7me old Josiah endeavoring funded Ofice Boyr Mr Martinau of Mincing lane A tineau said tained the white bone Whenever the ed dc novo the builders using the aban Â¬ assistant editors roosa De assistant editor Johnson is stamp Â¬ What exclaimed old Josiah beÂ¬ guesser lost one stick from his joint pile doned home of a bird for the exterior wool broker isnt he I am sure he to hide his confusion And I told you that jou would re- Â¬ coming positively ashen SUftPBISED JOSIAK knows you exclaimed Jack of twentj was transferred to the pile in of the new structure and removing it ing on de new type writin machine Â¬ Â¬ retorted Jack with pent doing so Assuming you have made only an- front of the squaws and when he won bit by bit from its original site Editor Whatsthe matter with kr Oho So the young lady is a daughJo- Â¬ other five per cent per annum on my the bones together with one of the Now Uncle ominous calmness Tha Terms Upon Which Jack ter of mv old friend Martineau eh In the months of October and No Office Boy Why he started to write exclaimed old Josiah startled into ex Â¬ siah your unfriendly conduct has just fathers money that will amount to a sticks immediately passed into his pos-Â¬ vember 1884 I examined a series of up our funny column and de tiag Became His Partner nerved me to perform on my part an good many thousand pounds after all session As soon as his partner was fortv two nests all of which were above rung up a cnestnut before hed wrote hibiting surprise i Judge I have had it on my these years Uncle Josiah said Jack equally successful it became the mens the ground and occupied by mice All moren aline Yes uncle Her name is Louise unpleasant dutr Old Josiah Flegg was by no means She is quite young only nineteen fair mind to speak to you for some time but making a hasty calculation on a slip of turn to hold the bones said a little Roekla Mother The actions of were strikingly different from any nest tenderly attached to his nephew Jack blue eyes and the fear of hurting your feelings lias paper and throwing it across the desk the two men now were slightly dissim- Â¬ of a bird such as is found in so ex- girl looking up from her book waat The fact was that as the sole trustee Oh across However you Â¬ hitherto restrained me ejacu- Â¬ ilar to those gone through by the three posed a position none being open does transatlantic mean say interPooh absurd ridiculous What does and executor of his late brothers will posed his uncle her father have you lated the old gentleman dropping the squaws The bones were held one in above nor having the materials for lin Â¬ the Atlantic of course Dont bother havent spared my feelings Josish had oeen accustomed for many speak- Â¬ uncle Well paper after glancing at it as though it each hand as had been done by their op- Â¬ ings such as our thrushes and larger me you make me forget y eoaat years to bully the lads widowed ing until the fact is I deferred to you X Does transr always mean across What are you driving at inquired had burnt his lingers ponents but instead of swinging the finches are accustomed to use I had made an appeal mother and had rendered the poor uncle suppose it does If you doat old Josiah sharply hands back and forth they were placed answered descending It is a matter of figures of course Of the series thirty one were placed ladys life a burden to her by tyrannous from the clouds Jackcourse I dare I want to know Uncle Josiah said Jack quietly A few hundreds under the arms accompanied by an up in dense tangles of Smilax rotundifolia bothering me with yourquestioas yoaTl Of interference and uncalled for criticism sav situated as am at nresent Mr whether my fathers money of which one way or the other dont materially and down motion of the body and the Then does traasaareat or green brier None were near the up Â¬ go to bed But when Jack Flegg who was the Martineau might Imight- - SJ Mccklemd Ct you are sole trustee is invested in ac- Â¬ affect the total Whatever it may be same peculiar humming When a per or outer edges of the thicket but mean a cross parent widows eldest son became old enough rier the terms of his will cordance with Yes I so indeed the law is clear and you will have to squaw made an unlucky guess she would usually about one third the distance to realize the position of affairs he scoffed old should think you aware said Jack gravely Mr Minks Seems to me that new pay the usual forfeit and the man by a from its uppermost surface and midÂ¬ Josiah Are refund the amount manifested a defiant and somewhat re- Â¬ young man that Mr Martineau is girl is a very good one isnt she Mrs Old Josiah started as though he had But surely your mother and all of dexterous movement would throw both way from side to side for instance if treasure I bellious spirit toward his uncle and worth a quarter of a million Ponmy been stung and turned crimson all is a you dont mean to ruin me as the bones a short distance in the air show-Â¬ the growth was ten feet high and six or Minks She how perfect existed heists even championed his mother with more zeal word it is like your impertinence to over his bald head I whole of your fathers fortune is at the ing which hand held the corded and eight in width the home of the mouse cant imagine perhaps than discretion The result venture to make love to his daughter she came and Pil never let aerf he cried present moment in consols and five which the plain bone Then changing would be at an elevation of between What do you mean was that in course of time old Josiah Have you come here to per cent interest has been punctually the bones from hand to hand beneath six and seven feet and it had therefore never but the beauty of it fe sie ia pompously I relied at least hoped with your as well satisfied as I aa aad I discovered that his ascendency over bis good word and kind Iassistance uncle accuse your fathers brother of theft paid said old Josiah quite piteously the folds of his blanket or behind his a protecting growth of thorny smilax just sister-in-laÂ¬ had ceased that his No Uncle Josiah I am sure that back his maneuvers were continued of three to four feet in extent above it know shell never even think of leav Cant we strike a bargain uncle nephews and nieces would not brook ing Dont be too sure about that Did you cried old Josiah his eyes even farthing of the money is intact My mother and until the bones passed out of his pos-Â¬ and nearly the same upon each side earnestly She may take a notion to get married his interference or listen to his lectures sparkling with savage satisfaction said Jack with evident sincerity But said Jack that as my fathers session And so the game progressed This was a very uniform feature of some fine day No danger shes and that though welcomed with re-Â¬ You imagined did you that after the how is it lnvesteuf liiat is the ques- Â¬ all of us consider a moral claim to be first one side holding the bones and eldest son I have the series examined and if the mice been married once Omaha World-spect in his late brothers house he disrespectful manner you have behaved tion As the bones were merely occupy old nests of birds in- Â¬ taken into this business maintained as then the other was regarded much in the same light as to me all your life you had only to come They were sitting as close together What concern is that of yours it has been all these years with my changed from hand to hand beneath the dicates a uniformity in the matter of as the sofa would permit She looked an ordinary visitor or at best as an and cringe roared old Josiah It is my affair fathers money Will you give me a blanket or behind the back no effort their locating by the birds of which I with ineffable tenderness into aw noble uncle and guardian who had no parÂ¬ interÂ¬ and I am responsible That will do Uncle Josiah small share as a set off against this being made to cheat and a lucky guess- Â¬ was not aware and which I am inclined blue eyes George she marraared ticular claims either to reverence or rupted Jack in his turn rising from his want to ask you a plain question heavy liability I er being the only requirement of a suc- Â¬ to doubt with a tremor in her voice Didnt yea affection This was very painful to seat with creditable calmness said Jack looking I see it Uncle Josiah exclaimed old Josiah cessful player the games were always Nonsense Again the smilax was so verv dense tell me once that you would be wilKag to Mr Josiah Fleggs feelings is of no use I put my pride in my straight at him Is it not the fact gruffly of indefinite duration this one in par or closely intertwined in the majority I to do any great act of heroism for y sancti- Â¬ for being a pompous that the whole of my fathers money is pocket and I deserve this rebuff I am My mother authorizes me to make ticul ar lasting several hours I was un Â¬ of instances that it was clearly impos- Â¬ sake Yes Fannie and I gladly re Â¬ Â¬ monious old humbug he con- sorry for having occupied your time invested in your business this suggestion and if it be complied able to find out precisely what part the sible for a bird as large as a robin or iterate that sentiment now he re Â¬ sidered that he was the benefactor of exclaimed old with she will immediately release you third squaw took in the game for at What if it is Of all the confounded imperti- Â¬ to have penetrated it with plied in confident tones 4no aohie bis deceased brothers family though nent Josiah defiantly so taken aback that from the arrears of income Avhich she is no time did I discover the bones in her grosbeak that celerity of movement necessary to Roman of old was fired with a loftier Â¬ lie would have found it difficult to justi Silence cried Jack checking the he was unable to utter the denial which legally entitled to continued Jack possession but as the hands of each of escape the impetuous charge of a hawk ambition a braver resolution than L fy his pretensions Regardless of his rising stream of his uncles vituperation rose involuntarily to his lips eagerlv I should then be able to the three squaws were held close to-Â¬ probable that Well George I want yon to do soaws I think being a rich bachelor he was quite in Â¬ with a sharp exclamation which rang I have long suspected this said marry Louise Martineau and I am cer-Â¬ gether and in the swaying motion often It iscontinuousfar more of the green growth the Speak thing capable of any act of kindness or gen Â¬ through the office I did not come Jack and though I have hesitated to tain that her iathers influence would came in close proximity to those of the brier after the birds abandoned tho darlingreal heroic for me AskfrneT a be what i3 it erosity and the general impression that here to bo insulted I neither know broach the subject my mind is fully squaw sitting next it is probable that Weve been fooling long bis nephews and nieces were more or nor care what your opinion of me is made up as to the course to take The compensate you for taking me into the third squaw was used to mislead the nest made it in many cases inaccessi Â¬ your wife ble Dr Charles G Abbott in Popular enough Chicago Tribune less dependent upon his bounty was en Â¬ but Til trouble you to be civil money must be properly invested im- Â¬ It is a conspiracy a plot Get out of men whom it would appear were re- Â¬ Science Monthly tirely erroneous seeing that the income CARL DUNDER Old Josiah shrank beneath his neph mediately my office and do your worst cried garded as the more skilful players which he grudgingly deled out to them ews indignant gaze for he was secretly room you clont know wuat you the old man in a sudden paroxysm of Cor Philadelphia Times Ha Has His 3dnd Head and Flads Sei iee f w xsjeauy oerrvea irom uie proceeus oi cried his uncle impotent fury War on Aniline Dyes frightened and subdued by the sphit are talking about His MerekanUg 3Uasbigr his late brothers estate which the young man displayed when getting redder and hotter and more un- Â¬ suppose I vhas shwindletl soaw I Whether old Josiah was really cowed ABOUT EYE DISEASES Strong measures are being taken in more sorrowfully remarked Mr Da It is not surprising under these cir-Â¬ roused He bent over his desk and beÂ¬ easy every moment ad-Â¬ into submission after taking legal cumstances that old Josiah being as gan fidgeting about with the paper up Â¬ Yes I do and I have taken proper How They Are Spread Through Careless Â¬ Persia to prevent the importation of der as he paid a visit to- Scgaaat vice and calculating the extent of his aniline dyes for use in textile manu Â¬ Bendall yesterday ness or by Accident vindictive as he was easily cowed re- Â¬ on it but he could not refrain from fir-Â¬ advice Unless you will promise me liability or whether he considered it an To mention a few of the modes of factures such as carpets and brocades used to lift a finger to assist in giving ing a parting shot Not a doubt of it Whatf yoar that monej shall be immediately with- Â¬ advantageous prospect to have the contagion I have to speak in the first It is maintained that these dyes are not story Jack a start in life and he was secretly You say jtou have not spoken to drawn from the risks of your business I of the rich Mr Martineau for a place of towels especially of that only less artistic and stable but also disappointed when the lad not only suc- Â¬ Mr Martineau about your engagement shall bring an action against you in Do you pelief dot a man can read partner is not perhaps very material abominable institution known as the that they are positively injurious to somepodys mind ceeded in obtaining a situation for himÂ¬ to his daughter he remarked as Jack chancery said Jack quietly Suffice it to say that a few days later he roller towel which has been used so health as compared with indigenous self in the city but even contrived to reached the door Well Fve heard of mind readers Uncle Josiah was too much upset and wrote a very conciliatory letter to his keep it Nevertheless the amiable old So has Shake und he goas eraxy startled to make any reply to this and nephew the upshot of which was that much in asylums where forty fifty or dyes A similar movement is being Not at present I must now and more children use the same towel felt in India where large quantities of aboudt it He vhas going to be a raind gentleman indulged himself in the take my chance said the young man his nephew observing that he might numerous interviews and some whether they have granular lids or not aniline colors are used and it is ex reader if it takes all winter He prac Â¬ cheerful conviction that his nephew rather ruefully wish to think the matter over took his after correspondence with Mr Martineau an True in a great many of these cases the pected that unless action be speedily tice a leetle on me und I vhas as-Â¬ was a worthless scamp and he experi- Â¬ At all events I shall feel it my duty leave remarking that he would call the amicable arrangement was arrived at existence of granular lids was not taken Indian fabrics will lose much of tonished enced a thrill of satisfaction when Jack to put Mr Martineau on his guard next day for his decision Left to him- Â¬ whereby Jack Flegg was taken into known but even in cases in which the their reputation Science But about the swindle burst into his office one afternoon said old Josiah taking up a pen with a self old Josiah passed a very uncom- Â¬ partnership upon favorable terms Vhell two mans come in my place existence of the disease was evident looking so agitated and anxious that it nervous gesture He is an old friend fortable quarter of an hour in painfully London Truth the ignorance or carelessness of the per-Â¬ was evident at a glance that something and as you are my nephew I consider realizing the full force of his nephews last night vhen I vha s all alone Vhaa A Useful Selection allowed transmission sons in charge has serious had happened I Carl Dunder I vhas All right oea that I ought to acquaint him with what demand The fact was that though CHICKEN RAISING by means of towels to be one of the Can you give me five minutes un Â¬ is going on in- Â¬ his deceased brothers fortune was Visitor Cto friend Ah I see that of dot pair vhas a mind reader und he a Man with Experience Writes Abont most frequent sources of contagion As you are making a scrap book like to gif me some points He doaa cle inquired his nephew in a much There is no occassion for your in- Â¬ tact the withdrawal of so large a sum What Keeping Fowls on the Farm a carrier of the contagion the house- Â¬ more deferential tone than usuaL said Jack of capital from his business at the mo- Â¬ Friend Yes putting a great deal of do it by everypody but vhas sack a terference Uncle Josiah As we turn from the horses cattle fly plays an important role especially friendt of der poor dot he like to oblige Well well What is the matter ment was exceedingly inconvenient taking an angry stride into the room and sheep there is nothing which orÂ¬ in cases of young children who are not time on it me vneli sergeant dot seenas ail inquired old Josiah quickly Â¬ I am the best judge of that re- Â¬ Old Josiah was not so rich as was com- naments a farm yard more than a beau- Â¬ able to protect themselves against the Uncle Josiah I have come to make turned his uncle monly supposed and his avaricious na Why all your selec- - J right und we lock der door und sot tiful flock of full plumed fowls tur- Â¬ visits of this little animal Attracted takes the book an appeal to your generosity and kind- Â¬ Look here uncle said Jack lift- Â¬ ture naa induced rum to indulge in keys geese ducks and the vast variety tions are about people who froze to down I vhas blindfolded mitahaad by the sweetish odor of the discharge ness I am afraid that I have been perÂ¬ ing his finger warningly leave me to stock exchange speculations with dis- Â¬ kerchiefT unddermind re3dersay3 Much as I admire and it will settle upon the cye3 of children death Now Mr Dunder you fix yoar haps sometimes not quite well as re-Â¬ manage my own affairs I promise astrous results Consequently he had of chickens Friend Yes you see I am going to like the three first I am not in favor affected with the disease especially in- Â¬ mind on some subject shust so hard as spectful as I might have been dont you that I will inform Mr Martineau of my found the trust funds more than useful move to St Louis and will find consola- Â¬ know But I hope you will forget and engagement to his daughter There is and in fact almost indispensable to of keeping them The objections arc fants and carry the contagion in its tion by reading these selections next you can nnd keep awful shtill If yo take dot pantage off or sliuirf arowwifc forgive all that I was much younger no need whatever to put yourself for- Â¬ the conduct of his business To be as well understood by those who have claws to the other eye or the eyes of summer Arkansaw Traveler dot preaks me all oop then you know and my mothers ward and what is more added the called upon to invest this money in an tried as I can describe them No farmer sleeping infants m Yheil Sergeant I fix ray sand oo health is so bad that I really felt bound 3oung man with rising color if jou authorized way was a most unpleasant should be without a few chickens of Spectacles may be the carrier of the Arbor day has been observed in dot time falls off my pam on Haetiags some kind if for no other reason than contagion I remember the case of a to stand up for her I do you shall repent it Now mind request and it is probable that Jack home consumption Colorado Wisconsin West Virginia ex- Â¬ But all my young lady who could not explain sat-Â¬ Indiana Vermont New Hampshire shtreet und may pe two saiaatea goes tms speecn in that jacKieggaeiiverea little foresaw how full and complete pense and best management could by und nobody shpeaks to me Dmec isfactorily how she came to have gran Â¬ such an eager breathless incoherent Old Josiah Flegg was naturally in Â¬ was his retaliation for his uncles never make them profitable for market ular lids Upon her return to school Massachusetts New Jersey Pennsyl Â¬ oldt woman comes down shtaSrs aad I manner so unlike his usual calm deÂ¬ dignant at his nephews menacing harshness vania Florida Kansas Minnesota amount and variety of food meanor that a disinterested observer tone but he did not venture to say an- Â¬ Old Josiah however where his The large eat besides furnishing them she mentioned that she had granular Michigan and Ohio The observance take off der pantage Dose aiaae laa gone would immediately have suspected the other word and allowed Jack to de- Â¬ pocket was concerned was never dis they will lids whereupon one of her classmates with warm water and keeping the roost said Why that is the disease which of the day promoted as it has been by And what else cause of his emotion There was a wild part without further interruption To posed to give way easily and after a clean of dirt and lice which is nine State school superintendents has been Two boxes of cigars and fife potties ness about the set of his necktie and a tell the truih he felt vaguely uneasy at sleepless night he came to the con- Â¬ I have been suffering from for the last a wonderful stimulant to tree planting tenths the cause of all chicken diseases This classmate was six months of whiskv Vhas it a shwiadle- esja general disregard of appearance in his the threat which had been addressed to clusion that he might safely put his make the returns inadequate to the ex-Â¬ near sighted and used glasses My In Nebraska the banner State thera dress which are sure tokens of I should smile Mr Dunder him without quite knowing why He nephew off with promises and invest pense To clear them from lice fill a patient was also near sighted but had are growing over 700000 acres of trees5 very soft But old Josiah not being accus- Â¬ could not conceive that it was within the money properly at a more conven- Â¬ planted by human hands Chicago August when not Sergeant look in myeye Xt tomed to interpret these tender signs the power of his nephew to do him any ient period Besides he could not be- Â¬ barrel with road dust in used glasses and whenever sne going home To night soateffedTratf and being moreover of an unsenti Â¬ harm and yet his cowardly nature lieve that his brothers son would go to it is very fine and dry When the wanted to see anything at a distance I drop in Yhas Carl Daaeeet nm mental nature could arrive at no other winced at what he regarded as an law to compel him to reined what was chickens are all out take it in the hand she was in the habit of borrowing the and throw it all over the perches and in spectacles of her friend and there is In Boston is being erected a All right conclusion than that his nephew was empty boast However he was not after all only a technical breach of JBar la Mr Dunder roost four or five handfuls will fill no doubt in my mind that this was the gymnasium to be used exclusively by read 1 drunk sufficiently impressed to be deterred duty He therefore wrote his nephew the with fine dust Shut the door means of carrying the poison from the women It is one hundred by seventy Go on sir go on You have come from carrying out his intention If it had a brief letter stating coldly that as the place and it will permeate every crevice and classmates eye to my patients eye nine feet has six bowling alleys a good Dot vhas alL Sergeaatt JLiKns to say that you have lost your situa Â¬ only been a question of embarrassing soon as paying investments could be not left one to tell Children with granular lidsare very tennis court a perfectly appointed quest vhas heldt you rentei his nephew he might have resisted the found the money should be applied ac it has apparently Repeat it once or tion I suppose he said sternly their destruction apt to rub the eyes because the secre-Â¬ gymnasium hall a running track of vhasashwindledonan and iotOWt Oh no answered Jack with such the temptation out of the abund cording to the strict letter of the trusts twice a week As they fly up to the tion as it begins to dry on the edge of twentj-- laps to the mile made of a him in self defense 1 1 easy assurance that his uncles heart ance of his caution But he was of the will and that in the meantime rost their wing3 fan up the fine dust the lids causes an irritating itching patent composition of glue and felt hot Press V rrufrSSr af sank nothing of the kind In fact I rather proud of his acquaintance with there was no occasion for him to call i this settles into their feathers and sensation They will now play with and cold water baths and indeed every Mr Martineau who as a rich and suc Â¬ Two daj s later however old Josiah should get a raise next year if I staid Confqsion of Theigfrt M cleanses their bodies from tne cor- Â¬ other children and from their hands appliance that women could desire in If you staid Aint you going to cessful speculator in his own line of was dismayed at receiving a writ is- Â¬ morant parasites To keep the floor n w irutuA are suae 5i sg W tA vruu transfer the poison to the hands of the gymnasium even to a piano Miss and business was the object of his peculiar sued on behalf of his sister-in-lastay then inquired old Josiah a clean should be no entreaty for no other children and these latter nibbing Mary Allan wis the author of the pro-Â¬ and perpetuated in aabiie regard and veneration Any thing he her children iu the chancery division flock of fowls can be kept healthy all That depends upon you uncle when the attention is atreetejt a aVc their eyes contract the disease Hand Â¬ ject Boston Journal The fact is could do which might be interpreted praying for an account of investments said Jack very humbly night inhaling the stifling fumes from ling objects which have been used by main idea and aot to the pJawweaajgy that I have no chance of making any into a favor or obligation would no and other inquisitorial details connect-Â¬ heaps of poisonous filth Cor Ohio The longest sovereigns reign of Among the regatatiooe at Ae Wet granular lids patients may be tiie thing of an income for vears to come doubt in the end prove profitable to ed with the trust The old gentleman Farmer of earning the contagion A which Ave have any reliable record ia Boston Bridge Corporatiea awwa ap means a In time no doubt I should obtain a de- Â¬ himself and he could not doubt that he who in his calmer moments had won- Â¬ by two lawyers is a secfioa wfcaiwar young lady who volunteered to teach that of Arganthonius King of Tartes In New York City the cent position but that will not be for would earn Mr Martineaus gratitude dered whether the demand for the re- Â¬ have one of the most perfect or- Â¬ children affected with granular lids sas in Spain who occupied his throne written accepted and now years until too late in fact by opening his eyes to his daughters investment of the trust funds was the And the said proecietars They have and who had been isolated from other for eighty years Charles Frederick Too late for what inquired old engagement and warning him of his full extent of the vengeance which his ganizations on the globe J in a certain institution was Margrave of Baden Dourlach was a annually on the first Taeeaay character and nephew had threatened now began divided the city into routes and when children Josiah more convinced than ever that would be careful with reÂ¬ ruler for seventy three years dees Louis providing the prospects Old Josiah ilegg was too to feel uneasy about his ultimate inten Â¬ any of them die or leave for Europe warned to be extremely his nephew was intoxicated j to that Uncle Josiah grasping to lose the least opportunity tions Upon the whole he decided that their beats are sold to the highest bid- Â¬ gard to using handkerchiefs towels or XTV of France reigned seventy two Sunday I am coming Persons living at n dintanftir jaaaVae thi any thing which belonged to the chil years and the reign of our George HL promoting the interests of his busi- - it would be best to face the situation by der The revenues received in The truth is said Jack looking into of the crown of his hat and evincing oth Â¬ ness while he was mean enough not to withdrawing and raising the necessary manner go into the treasury of the as-Â¬ dren She was well aware of the danger lasted sixty years The reign of Queen 3uppose that Taesdavs latteaJ Hf The organization numbers and promised to Le very careful She Victoria bids fair to become one of the any ofteher ia Boston tl the be overscrupulous about the methods he amount from his business without deÂ¬ sociation er symptoms of embarrassment bundled nothinjj whutnvcr 3bj said longest on record where UntfAs Gwmjmmh Y Trite employed lay and so avoid tho expense incon 882 members trata s that I mb tvgftgfd HiSEL Gehen Heeald Whew thats it is it narroccr SmM iastetf - son-in-la- w fte - ot -- well-polish- ed ad ct 1 sp w -- - son-in-la- w I - love-sickne- ss yera Inter-- Ocean I I brbtl r- w ui - organ-grinde- rs s son-in-la- ws sae aet-Jam-o- a EC - 7 z TO OORPJESPOJiDXNTSAMMWWMtMtMi w awar V - vBoi BW BwCVfJCBsavT av ae eviaeana af seed fwcfa aa the ef the wiHer Write ealy ea eee eee at the pa per Be paraoaiar ly earetel gma asmes sad dale ap asae tae Isatws m fawu plata aaa aVuact Tros KeaU te decipher beeaase of tb arfiv far teas paper saeela ia wbiaa they arewaUa a blue shield emblazoned with a golden ing to know the flag and rallying upon HOME AND FARM fearp Eourtk the Union or Union it Sandpaper will whiten ivory knife Jack in which are blended the crosses In conclusion I will draw attention handles that may have become yellow of Si George St Andrew and St PatÂ¬ to the most glorious of all flags tho with use or age Exchange rick emblematic of the of the kingcross interna- Â¬ united doms of England Scotland and Ireland Fifth npd last is the Pig of the cross of St George white with a red cross the An tional public conference was called at Geneva Switzerland in 1863 At this time a treaty was drawn up and signed by representatives of twenty five different governments which provided for the neutrality of all sanitary sup Â¬ plies ambulances surgeons nurse3 attendants sick or wounded men and their safe conduct when they bear the banner of the red cross Largely through the influence and per severence of Miss Clara Barton our Government was induced eventually to instruct its proper representative to sign the treaty As a compliment to Switzerland the association adopted as its banner the color of the Swiss flag reversed the red cross on a white ground This flag is held sacred by all civilized nations of the world In the fiercest battle no shot is ever aimed at this symbol It protects alike castle or cottage friend or foe It insures safe conduct to all transports to an enemys country Under this banner social distinctions are abolished The proudest rulers of the kingdoms of the earth bow with respect and submission to this banner the universal repre-Â¬ sentative of mans humanity to man and the harbinger of the time when all nations shall beat the swords into plow shares and their spears into and learn war no more prun-ing-hoo- ks BALD HEADED MEN Is failing to provide the proper XH- b- Ax JTi Dly Ijaaacloas Xalght of the Eaxor courses About Them AltlPBAB UJ AXalA UlikOObO A r VWtfT 1 banner red t m sign of the old crusaders Each one of these flags represents not only the different British possessions and various B ytoMftmte stalk la the stateMe dry As I taMBp throggk the eroaglew branches of the government but also Aalfeaeup aad grew the chivalrous religious and patriotic Mre weary Kith every stride sentiments tfeaak as the risers eesae awl go A4 averse to ride The Erench flag is comparatively a T modern idea Under the feudal system trotaloa Ms TSsterkJgB Tfc aspire SB Us poay lew TeBg aates sweeps est frost the park gate nigh every lord had his own personal coat of arms or standard In the year 1794 Awl oaston away with her bean thesaselves ohaoI the present standard was adopted It Hat p nliirt I deal in pride is composed of three equal bands placed A4 cMMatlt tee est a dash aad stow vertically the hoist or the part near- Â¬ 7 Iflkadaharwtoride est the staff being blue the center Tfce fanawie JeBrtiases as fat as I white and the fly or the end red Tie squire fee 1 bltad aad siew This tricolor is supposed to be a union TeBgissha aet searly so bright aa eye v As Baa at 1he Barley 3ew of the blue banner of St Martin the Ah wesldat I ory Gee hap gee ho red banner of St Denis and the cor Aad wesldnti feaag his aide nette blanche there being evidence Ah wonidat I teaoh him to pallep It though Sr If I had a horse to ride that these colors have been regarded as the national emblem for centuries rsvor Ifrwae eV ahear that grablod so The flag most recently added to the As lafe Mattered feet be plied family of European nations is the black Satiate cry is a cry that all ot ms know red and gold banner of the North Ger- Â¬ If J Asa a Kent to ridel Wide Awake man Empire When Emperor Bar barossa was crowned in the year 1152 ILAGr SENTIMENT the road to the palace was covered with carpet into which were woven the colors black red and gold After Something About the Standards the coronation the carpet was given to of All Nations the people and cut into strips which were carried by them about the city as Chicago Journal FEROCIOUS PIGS The Aaeieat Hebrews Chinese and Japan Â¬ flags During the heated discussion in the National Assembly at Erankfort ese aad Their Venerated Banners in 1848 as to which combination of How an Army of Peccaries Attacked Medera Emblems The Ked Noted Travelers Camp Cress ria g ef Hanianlty colors should have precedence Ereil- That was a strange adventure of grath said Powder is black blood is James W Wells the English traveler red and golden flickers the flame and by IL has beec well said that in the suc Â¬ that is the old imperial standard I when he was attacked Mr peccaries inÂ¬ Wells travthe wilds of Brazil cession of ioving and often strongly like the motto of Frederic Wilhelm coatiasting events ivhich compose the From blood to eled three thousand miles in that South night through American country and at the time of Listory of nations the nag is so closely light the attack in question was in the val- Â¬ associated as to become to mens minds I might draw attention to the flags ley of the Sapao river With him were the emblem and visible presence of the and the associated sentiment of many nation personified It floats tranquilly other nations both ancient and mod- Â¬ some Brazilians one of whom he called Don and another Jose That day they orer the turning point of battles which ern but will jass on to our own grand had seen signs of peccaries in the determine the nations existence and beautiful star spangled banner crowning its triumphs gracing its which represents a nobler purer and swamp and they knew that those festivities draping its halls of legisla- Â¬ more patriotic sentiment Its stripes fierce wild pigs will follow a dogs ture and justice drooping in its defeats of red and white proclaim the trail So that night the camp was ajdshroding the dead bodies of its original union of thirteen States made particularly strong A fort lwroes The English word flag is which were associated to main Â¬ was built so as to protect the dogs and derived from an English Danish word tain the Declaration of Independence some of the Brazilians also went to meaning to fly or that which hangs Its stars white in field of blue pro- Â¬ sleep within the flimsy stockade Mr down loosely and it originated in the claimed a National Constitution which Wells and three or four others went early use of rushes for streamers It is receives a new star with every added into their hammocks which were singalar fact that the old English State The two together signify Union swung out of reach of the snouts of But let Mr Wells Marae lor tne ins or Tleur-de-l- is is past and present The language even any assailants tell how the camp was storm- Â¬ flag In modern parlance under the of the colors was officially recognized my hammock I felt j5 name of flag is included stand by our fathers white is for purity red ed shaken violently It was the Â¬ ards ensigns banners colors stream for valor and the blue for justice Don awakening me saying Wake up ers pennons guidons coronets or Hon George F Hoar in 1878 said Here are the porcosve are going to oronels from which last name is de- I have seen the glories of art and have some fun I sat up looked Tivedthe title of Colonel The guidon The pitchy particularly when nsed in the infant architecture and mountain and river around and listened r regiments is sometimes called the I have seen the sunset on Jungfrau blackness of night surrounded us but and the full moon rise on Mont Blanc the fire burning brightly sent its flick- Â¬ V marker A standard or flag represents not but the fairest vision on which these ering light upon the tree trunks tho Two men only the patriotism and strength but eyes ever looked was the flag of my foliage and the hammocks country in a foreign land beautiful as were in the fort with gun and knife in also the sentiment or thought of the nation These emblems have existed a flower to those who love it and ter-Â¬ hand The dogs tied to the stake from the most remote periods and have rible as a meteor to those who hate it were with difficulty kept quiet As I always exercised a powerful influence It is the symbol of the power and glory listened it became evident that we were npon mankind In the time of Moses and the honor of 50000000 of Amer- Â¬ surrounded by some animals It was a moment of suspense but not for long 1491 B C the Hebrews had their icans At the close of the first day of that for suddenly from all around us came standards Solomon hoisted the stan- Â¬ dard of the Laon in Jerusalem upon terrible battle of Shiloh or Pittsburgh a blood curdling sound of the simul- Â¬ which was inscribed the sentiment Landing after having been driven by taneous snapping of teeth from vast 4Sise Lord let Thine enemies be dis Â¬ snperior numbers from seven different numbers of the enemy This was fol- Â¬ persed and let those that hate Thee Jines of defense losing in killed and lowed by the appearance of a crowd of flee before Thee1 Romulus when he wounded one third of the whole com- Â¬ charging black animals rushing with founded Kome adopted on his standard mand without food or rest saddened wonderful speed toward a common the image of a she wolf his reputed by the loss of many comrades center the fort We in the hammocks A foster mother combined with the eagle and friends we waited anxiously each lighted a coil of wax tapers that of Jupiter which was the emblem of for the evenings last attack before sun- Â¬ were prepared for the occasion And his Senate Mahomet selected a green down knowing that if we did not suc- what a scene ensued The fire was - standard which is always preserved cessfully resist it we would be forced to rapidly scattered Under and around with the greatest veneration enveloped surrender or be driven into the river us was a seething mass of black pec- Â¬ infour coverings of green taffeta in- Â¬ when suddenly there appeared ap Â¬ caries barely distinguishable in the closed in a case of green cloth and only proaching us on the opposite side dim light but all pushing and strug- Â¬ on occasions of extreme danger is this of the river a body of mounted gling to the front The men in the sacred symbol taken from its place of men In the distance and in the dim fort had discharged their weapons deposit His devout followers believe light we could not distinguish them and were hard at work hacking and it was brought down from Heaven by from friend or foe but when on the thrusting at the peccaries as they enrising ground at a bend in the road the deavored to swarm up the smooth sur-Â¬ the angel GabrieL In China the earliest standard of smoke from the battle field cleared a face of the hides and covered the sides which we have any record represents a little and we saw the grand old Stars of the fort The men in the hammocks warrior slaying a hideous looking and Stripes then we knew they were after discharging their guns reached dragon with a spear just as St George friends and that the long expected and down and slashed with their knives at and the dragon are represented in more much needed reinforcements were at the swarming animals below them modern times The Chinese descrip- Â¬ hand Our hearts were filled with re- Â¬ The attack was more like the wild tion of this reptile is that it has the head newed hope and courage and when reckless bravery of the Arabs of the of a cameL the horns of a deer eyes of General Buells first brigade crossed Soudan for as pig after pig fell squeal a rabbit ears of a cow neck of a snake the river and marched up the bank its ing and disabled scores more struggled stomach of a frog scales of a carp band playing the grand old air The for their plce It was a strange claws of a hawk and the palms of a Star Spangled Banner many a battle noisy wildly wierd scene the swing tiffer On each side of the mouth are scarred and powder begrimmed so- Â¬ ng hammo cks with their occupants whiskers and its head contains a bright ldiers eyes were filled with tears and reaching downward cutting and thrust- Â¬ pearl Its breath is sometimes changed the shout of exultation and defiance ing with their long gleaming knives into water and sometimes into fire made the woods ring The enemy the dim figures of the men in the fort and its voice is like the jingling of heard it above the din and roar of the and the wild rushing charging formsÂ¬ copper pans This beautiful reptile battle and knew it was a harbinger of of the peccaries The extremely disaEven the greeable odors of the animals their existed existed when John Chinaman their next days defeat wounded seemed to revive and become snapping teeth like musketry file firing vvas first created out of yellow clay the reports of the fire arms the shouts There is comfort in the thought that it inspired with new hope and courage the of the became extinct over ten thousand jears I once saw a young soldier who be- Â¬ ing of men dogs howling and the bark- Â¬ the created an indescrib- Â¬ ago In our time and generation a longed to a battery of artillery engaged ably strange and exciting scene sudden meeting of such a reptile would in patching the holes in his guidon a not be calculated to inspire in ns senti markers flag with cloth from the lin Â¬ Every bullet of my revolver took effect roents of either confidence Jove cheer- - ing of an important part of his uni- Â¬ I shouted to all the men to fire in a If he was familiar with the his volley They did so and the effect was fulness or patriotism The present form Off went the pigs and f national flag of China is triangular in tory of France in 1792 he might have instantaneous we could hear them snapping their composed of deep yellow buntÂ¬ thought of the insurgents standard teeth afar ing and upon it is a blue dragon with which was a pair of black breeches up- Â¬ peccaries We had killed twenty seven Golden Bays Trem- Â¬ a green head snapping atVred pearl on which was the inscription ble tyrants for we the people still or balL A Visit to Krupps Worki When I asked of Japan were the breeches The old imperial standard An interesting account is given by Sn the opinion of its people was some- Â¬ him wiry he made such a sacrifice and sacred and sublime Its three Â¬ soent so much time to repair that old Mr Richards superintendent of the thing Provi- Â¬ fold device symbolized several things flag his answer was that as we were so motive power of the Boston astronomical far from the base of supplies he could dence railroad of a visit made by him combining the sacred The not get a new one and he must have to the famous Exupp steel works at pocial and convivial sentiment triple lobes represent Sintoism the re-Â¬ one for when the battery went into ac- Â¬ Essen He saw a ten ton crucible steel ligion of the Eamis Buddhism and tion with the thirty six horses and the casting being poured and an enor-Â¬ Confucianism- - They also symbolized six guns he alwa s stuck the pike to mous seventy ton steel casting being the three annual and the three monthly which the guidon was attached firmly very gradualry cooled the outside be- Â¬ festivals iirst the great new year into the ground to mark the line of ing warmed with coke fires until the which lasts a month second the feast battle where the battery was to form inside has partly solidified when tho of Spring on the third day of third and go into action and even if the man block is hammered into shape to form month or that of the flowers and who rode the leading horse was killed the main piece of an immense gun voung maidens and third and last the or disabled and the din of the The enormous array of furnaces in battle was so great that the bugle which the crucibles are heated and the feastof neighbors in the wont-go- call could not be heard the horses perfect manner in which such a large style Great Britain or England that were so well drilled that they would number of men in some cases as many as eight hundred proud nation which boasts that upon its wheel around the flag make or execute pound crucibles outall lift their eighty of the furnaces and more the maneuver known as by left into dominion the sun never sets has when the muzzles of the six pour them into the mould in rapid suc- Â¬ banners or standards than any other line and on a line with the flag and cession is described as a wonderful kingdom or republic The first in the guns were The scrupulous listls what is called the royal standard then as soon as the guns were nnlim sight the minutest detail care bestowed was a notice- Â¬ the arms bered he would again place it about upon or square flag blazoned with paces to the rear and the able feature about their manipulation of the United Eingdom The second is two hundred gallop to the rear with of steel If after extended trials a the flag of the Ixrd High Admiral a horses would and halt again on a line certain practice or proportion of in- Â¬ crimson banner with an anchor agent the caissons i3 not much gredients has been found to give the gorged in the arm with a coronet with it Perhaps there the mending of that old beet results that practice is absolutely and a cable through the ring sentiment in boy but is there not and exactly adhered to nothing in the iretted in a trne lovers knot ofwith flag by the battery in the thougnt of whole range of tlir vast operations of the a beautiful sentiment ends pendent Third the flag Union thosr noble horses doing their share of establishment being left to more posi Lord Lieatennt of Ireland xha cro Sim the flghtinf side by eide with us learn bilities X having i th csntsr of BALLAD OF THE BEGGAR She starttags y ia the triay sky Tie rafefetts ras oat a row trjj HI4 Thya4 gene The gilding on tarnished picture Dust care- Â¬ frames may be restored fully with a soft brush then wash tho gilding in warm water in which an onion has been boiled jdry quickly with soft rags Exchange Mr A W Cheever of the Ncio En- Â¬ gland Farmer has fed many bushels of apples to dairy cows giving them all they would eat without experiencing Small quantities any evil therefrom were given at first An excellent method of utilizing the hayseed and dust is to place it where the hens can scratch it over They will find quite an amount of valuable material which would be useless for any other purpose Albany Journal Sardine Sandwiches Sardines picked up fine and mixed with cold boiled ham also minced fine and all well seasoned with a regular mayon- Â¬ naise dressing make a delicious filling for sandwiches for aladys afternoon or a cold luncheon The bread should be cut very thin and sparingly buttered They can be piled up in slices or rolled and tied with narrow ribbon now in stvle Detroit Tribune Boiled Cider Apple sauce One half bushel sweet apples four pounds of sugar a few quinces put in sweet cider enough to cover the apples boil and skim for four or five hours This is sujerior to the old fashioned boiled cider apple sauce which was made of cider that had been boiled down sepa-Â¬ rately instead of doing all the cooking in the same operation Boston Budget A correspondent of the Mirror says I have tried many ways of keeping grapes through the winter but none gave better satisfaction than tying a string to the stems and hanging them up in a dry cool cellar the nearer freezing the better To keep grapes they should be thoroughly ripe and dry All varieties do not when put aw13 keep well the so called natives are poor keepers Creamed Turnips Peel lay in cold water for half an hour and cook tender and fast in hot salted water drain pressing well put into a clean tin or porcelain saucepan and beat smooth over the fire with a wooden spoon never an iron one mixing in as you go on a good spoonful of butter and three spoonfuls of milk or cream season with pepper and salt The lumps should be rubbed out and the turnips be a smooth puree Good Housekeeping TRAINING Harmless Thrown Ulood remarked a loquacious barber the other day I think men who are losing their hair are the most easily imposed upon- - Not ono man out of a hundred is able to be-Â¬ come reconciled to the idea of joining the bald headed brigade and the most desperate means are resorted to in or- Â¬ der to avoid this calamity Several of my regular customers are beginning to develop rare spot3 on their heads and they are fast becoming cranks on the Every subject of hair restoratives time that one of them gets into my chair the first question he asks is whether I think his hair is coming in again or whether it is coming out as fast as it was Then he will ask my opinion on some new preventive for baldness that he has heard of Most of them have a pet restorative which they keep at the shop to be applied every time they come here I have never known a single man threatened with baldness who has not experimented with half a dozen or more alleged rem- Â¬ I A If II VI OU expel from the systent those disease germ which cause scrofula hidigeetioB defiility Itads as as ferty er sw- rheumatism and sick headache The only lewdas llatheM name sasnwnig wwaw reliable means is Dr Barters Iroa Tonic Trying to make hotk Tns meet Fgkctioxai derangemeat ef the female Esteia is quickly cured by the we of Dr Favorite Praacriptioa It removes pain and restores health as4 strength By all druggists Imfkzssioxs of America Footprint ia home-stretch-en- awai to THIS NEW YEM L afc AwSmkM -- a foaajt umb whkh are to aat others teaaaen ier aauaar WHBk wWWlwW otamtg -- Gktict Nisie Met uV1SSrSii laitetg the snow Ac Haem Jfcm TilHdii reeal saute A hwa aoakTuhiiuiajB at m ateeairaHr9rtBeiaazoaBaBaa aaeat M auanuir saloctc oaga ara ortio aa Mf ataaaafYatee jfUarozt aa tfc arazraau cf taa hart XM amwa JchmHWi Mf wBTe 2i 9309 Seward The former proprietor of Dr Sages CaÂ¬ tarrh Remedy for years mads a standing public offer in all Americas newsp aocrs of 500 reward for a case ot catarrh that he could not cure The present proprietors have renewed this offer All the druggists sell this Remedy together with the Douche and all other appliances advised No cato be used in connection with tarrh patient i3 longer able to say can not be cured You get 500 in case of failure Sr J-- CV aloarayhU hr af Jwaaan aaicam aad a eo aartt froat a4lmUrHtoi fcalirr oZ awtcpecseatheyaaa ctaars to the anaaa Mate All w aajor taa haolc- - Fanraia aaaaaiyaay araW Mac f HMt Price 9LM CoataSaia Jae aaarft itI YtttHf Pupils Classits coheetfaox Jha heat aaaie la yS T awaaga- - TarHe Mama fUaaIa te asraat friaaV- - wlak geed rHMV WMIIMV aiaateas Tfct Nkves speak to yourself when any one is SaheolItvai Stae aad Chair Soak near Ths Judge Saad ior oar CaUlejrae o Xaate Beaks- OLIVER BlTSOfl One of tho best friends to the Poultry very effective Bone Mill adverÂ¬ aa4war2fwT9- yard is the aH DraOJrCO tised by Wilson Bros Easton Pa The one wo have gives entire satisfaction Grind up the offals of bone and till ths egg basket It will pay PINKHAMS edies and most of them keep applying Waix of the stage carpenter all work and no play Texas Siflingt them to their hair for years m VEicrou Well what do you think of the effi a cough disturbs your slep take Ir cacy of hair restoratives Pisos Cure for Consumption and reitwelL GONTOVip To tell the truth I dont think much The call to arms John take the baby 2yeT vDU Cr iTL UwKl FERRETS Little Animals Which Are In a Rage When Smelling Â¬ home-till-morni- ng Jack r Ferrets are harmless and innocent said an aged looking little things ferret handler to a reporter recently but unless you know how to handle them you will soon find out they are not so innocent as they look Al- Â¬ though not particularly affectionate a ferret if properly taken hold of can not bite Always remember this do not go grabbing and snatching at one half intending to take hold of him and half afraid that he will turn his head and take hold of you Stoop down and quickly and easily seize him just between the forelegs bring your hand down toward that part from behind that is to say do not put your hand down over his head and take hold but take a mean advantage and approach him from the rear In a short time you will be able to pick him up any way and yet seldom or never get bitten Fear of consequence is every thing As a rule ferret bites are caused either by the hand being rough Â¬ ly or suddenly put down or timidly jerked away as the ferret turns round I was bitten but once and that was when I kept my ferret in a barrel with a sieve over the top as was tho custom several years ago I was put-Â¬ down the dish containing their ting bread and milk and one of them seized me by the fore finger on my left hand The severity of their bite may be esti- Â¬ mated when I say that it is nearly twenty years since I was bitten and tho Since then I scar is as plain as ever have handled a great number and even carried them loose in the pocket of my coat and have never had the perform- Â¬ ance repeated Until you are thor- Â¬ oughly at home with them it is advisa Â¬ ble to be very careful not to handle any game and so get blood on your hands A ferret can smell blood wonderfully quick and in that case on being picked up will fight and struggle to find out where it is How do you feed them It is a good plan when feeding young ferrets to adopt the method em Â¬ ployed by the Belgian pigeon flyers that is to utter a shrill call each time you feed them making the call first and then placing the food before them They will soon begin to recognize it and will answer This will often be serviceable when a ferret sulks in As soon as they become an earth well used to the hand take them with their jill a female ferret to some outlying earth one not likely to be com- Â¬ plicated in its runs or better still niake a simple run and put a rabbit to it Place a net over the earth and also the bolt previously turning in the jill with her young ones When the jill goes down the earth the young ones naturally follow and among them they bolt the rabbit if the earth contains one When bolted it is of course caught in the net and having been killed it should be allowed to remain in earth until the oung ones come up when they should be allowed to taste the carcass and then taken off A few lessons like this will make a wonderful difference in the working of your young ferrets- - For my own part I never muzzle a ferret neither do I work it in a cord or with bells or any of the thou- Â¬ sand and one devices advocated I do not mean to say a ferret is better un-Â¬ muzzled but the difficulty is to find an effectual one The best one I think is a round flat ring that fits over the nose and has a bar that crosses its center screwing m at both sides When on the ferret this bar passes just behind the canine teeth and this has generally answered better than any others I have tried but even this comes oft especially on an old ferret iV Y ifail and Express Â¬ of them The best thing that I can say Joledo Blade baF9KitCaM lor them is that there are some that do ALL eC those PateM I aad DeBeate Complain not injure the hair From my observa A QUESTION ABOUT Camaticzted Vouslea aad tions I have come to the conclusion that Waaknesaee se commen amen eur Wives Meaaara the best way to treat the hair in such aad Daughters cases is not to treat it at all That is Jt anX cars mttrnf to say as far as the application of hair aS eeariiMt arse faunetm Injurs restoratives is concerned Such simple rfcm OR J tTJeera- aew JaMwiy atut remedies as using stiff hair brushes and ANSWERED brushing the head regularly every day aywW 09M9fWC Tha Question - ttowcaa vrobabb bees aakad CSmtMVi Ma W and keeping the head clean are in 01 uraaa WelL hu Browns Iroa Bitten thoaauiaa r partiaularlt doesat- - Bat doea Sr frr SJ reality the most beneficial It is sel-Â¬ thinwhich s rspaittibia phrscianit woaMenra i far ia a isss Fhjiiciins recognize Iron as tha best reatcratiTa Sura yriawjXliiM Tha Womans dom however that a customer believes agent mown to toe profession aad Inquiry of may ABtasaoa 10 oTZXWoaxaa iroac Ixaaawrai leading chemical firm will sabsuntita tha assertion ia such advice I am always sure of that there are mora preparations of boa than oi say raorxrass jiaxclzsct exxrwa roa snwwiaaas used ehows con Â¬ giving better satisfaction if I recom- Â¬ other substancemm w ix medicine Thisbe tha moat jjtb axurraa axixxaas or rax utoxxes Caas La clusively that acknowledged to JttSTmCAIMaI0BSrA5HarilmrABr CCSXHCU Price laarhalw mend some restorative and my advice important factor in successful medical practicetaaeeris lrseliiay2rBXjria howernra remarkable fact that prior to tha It of BROWNS IRON BITTERS no perfect Â¬ is generally regarded with the utmost erysatisfactory iron combination had erer been ly foesd confidence A man trusts a barber in BROWNS IRON BinERSteLSsla such matters just as he does a doctor headache or produce constipation all atker lraa raerfielaes do BROWNS IRON BITTERS when he i3 sick curea Indigestion BilieaaaaaWeakBeaa Of course you have some few who Dyspepsia Malaria CUlla aad FeTer TIS OKJI W1 Tired FeeIIag Geaeral DeMllrrFala hi tha take the matter philosophically Side Back or LhaHeadacheaadNearaI Yes there are some who scoff at all srf a for all these ailments Iron fa prescribed dagy Jremedies and pretend to make light of BROWNS IRON Like their lack of hair but I often find that minute When all other thorough medicines ft acta slowly taken by sten the first symptom of benent is renewed energy The muscles then become these men are in reality the most touchy firmer the digestion improves bowels are aotrre the ton the subject In women the effect They believe that the The eyes begin is usually mere rapid and marked at once skin clears best thing for their hair is to leave it to np healthy color comes to brighten thesarrosaaeaa to the cheeks Will pnrifr the BLOOO regtfefci disappears functional derangements become regu Â¬ take care of itself and it is from lack lar and if a nursing mother abundant sustenance te LiVEJC aatf KDaiETSaa Basroac tho KXALtX aaa t m supplied for the child Beeaember Browaa Iroa of confidence in restoratives that they OX of YOUTH Dyepeestawaw Bitters in the ONLTY iron medicine that is set M Appetite Jntllgeannn sor as injurious Fhyriciant and Zrujyit rteonrntttd it do not use them I suppose that a large Btrengta aad xiraa reams aaJateir eoreU seeesmesaad part of the conversation between bar-Â¬ The Genuine has Trade MarkNO crossed red Haea tea aad servse receive aew on wrapper TAKE OTHER forca SaHreas aa aUaa sub- Â¬ bers and the customers is on this aadsaaaUeaJSntePswerv aaaena irsm uuw ject and we naturally acquire a good BooaHax to their g wiUgi fTv Hivnraa rSO deal of information on the subject but a safe aad saeedy ear Gives a clear w tarcemplexiea Frenaeat attempta at at tho same time you will rarely find lagoalyadd to the popularity of the oripaet B CapcinR aa experiment get tha OaacJal ak BB two barbers who agree as to the best method for preserving the hair Do Iseadaehe sarnpto Dose aad Dream Seskf you know more than one half of our mailedea receipt ottTreeests la seaeaga J THE DttHAHTER MEDiClNE COMPAHYs customers are either bald or have a gtLaaia Ma Milwaukee Senti HIGHEST AWARDS OF MEDALS touch of baldness THE MEW DEPARTURE DRUMS I AMXXICA AND EUJIOPJE nel rare made with paseat doable aenae roa aaa The neatest quickest safest and nort powerful resi a3k jfor Browns Iron Bitters m- J j 9 ra-i-- ris 1TT- - BinERSlS IRON TONIC a-- - w fqAoiMaster - A writer in the San Francisco Chronicle says he never met a child yet whose best ideas were not derived from the mother It is presumed that not keep thetnwTitatoaa JOHSSON Proprietors Sttw Yorfc SEABURY for tnastrated catalogue California children are more intimately Binii LYON X HZALY OMoagOs HU acquainted with their mothers than ALIHITED OFFER GREAT CHANGE hereaway and see them almost eveiy WESTERyfJffiMHTE GQg day Boston Transcript tcrtption to the weakly Vw 1 Amtrlcaa Sural Kome nocnester n tas Office 10 West 23rd Slree New Yu ie CKy A sailor who had jumped overboard Contractors for all kinds of Building to so coiIrtnthe wona s pageii have one- mental work la Genuine Westerly and and 3oaa other km you to rescue a drowning man was asked timns 15 years oldISO For Oae Dollar different Cloth Bound Cellar jrade Granites Direct Importers of Polished ColÂ¬ choice from over pp tnd paper one year post umns Pilasters aad Moaumenta la tha Celebrated 300 to Volumes afterward if he thought he was fit to paid Book postage 15c Sxtra 50006 books givaa Scotch Ked Graalte Estimates promptly famished away Among them are Law Without Lawyers die His reply was I should not Family Cyclopedia Farm Cyclopedia Farmers and PiMS AMD IMS Sense la Poultry have been made more fit for declining Stockbreeders Guide Commonbook Denaelsoaa Yard World Cyclopedia a great Medical Counselor Boya Useful Pastlaaa Five Chicago Living to do my duty Years Before the Mist Peoples History of United I edyknownfor Rheumatism Pleurisy Neuralgia Lura baco Backache Weakness coldr in the chest and aU aches ana pains Endorsed by 0O0 PhyslcJaas aad Draff gists of the hiehest repute Bensorf s Plasters promptÂ¬ ly relieve and cure where other plasters and frreasy cajves unimencs ana louocs aj o aosoiaurij- bsci Eewaro of imitations under similar sounding names CaDucin CansiciBe as they such as CaDsicnm- are utterly worthless and intended to deceive Ask 70a in Tirv xo onims Alldrnnrists folding znee I l Orchestras UeiaaleA -loc tone surpass all other- la anish aad appearance 12 ttiareat Music dealer doe substantial and haaasaeaev Used ia the beat Baaaa aad reac xjxbk wlll9 SCO w Â¬ Church m David Scott champion Australian crick- Â¬ eter says St Jacobs Oil acts like magic Hospitals and curative institutions suc- Â¬ cessfully use Red Star Cough Cure No opiates Costs twenty live cents a bottle Switcherland State Universal History of all Nations Papular History CM1 War both afdea Any osz book and paper one yaarall post paid or If saiscrtbedforby SI only Paper alone January 301387 Satisfaction guaraatatd on books aad Yeekly or money refunded Kefareace Hon C R Paksoxs Mayor Rochester Sample papers3e Limited KUiiill BOMB Without FremlasB 5cayeari Koch eater If T Marvellous Memory DISCOVERY PROF iLOISETTE iXyn c- jgguai Yaric is c WhoDy oallke Artificial Systeais Cureof2BadWae deriag Any book learned la oaa rea4ia Heavy re ductions for postal classes Prospectus with opinÂ¬ ions of Mr Paocroa the Astroaoeser Soma W W AsToa Jcdah P Braxiarr Drs Xtxoe Woo aad others seat poet raxx by Railroad brakomen should emigrate to SL V fIn ARKANSAS Browns little Joke Awarded First Premium for Fruit aad Cottea at Why Brown how short your coat is N O Exposition Wheat Maize and Cottoa said Jones one day to his friend Brown flourish In the same field SixnaYigablerrverscrosa grant Price low Ten year credit Ifda Ye3 but it will be THE GREAT ENGrUSH REMEDY the land who wittily replied elred Come and sea Address THOS SBEX long enough before I get another Some For Liver Bile Indigestion etc Free from Mercury Land Commissioner LxrriJE Rock akaxsaa contains only Pure Vegetable Ingredients Agent men spend so much for medicines that C1IAS N CRITTEXTOX XEW T8RK neither heal nor help them that new CLAIMS clothes is with them like angels visits withoat few and far between Internal fevers ee salens aaccees rnl a Tears weakness of the lungs shortness of breath Dr Wm Sails Balaaat for taa Xans XXPEXIITNCE CoMUtSPOitpcrcK soucrza and lingering coughs soon yield to the cures cousha colds pneumonia asthma magic influence of that royal remedy Dr CO and all diseases of the Throat Chest and MXLO B STEVSNS K V Pierces Golden Medical Discovery CLEVELAND OHIO WASHINGTON D C SDe 25c m lS-t- - Paul Herald COCKLES ANTI BIXIOUS 33T Fifth Aveaat rUCADLAfaDS r PENSION CHICAGO ILL whooping-cough veiidtnt Upside down Feather bed iV T Inde- - Xangs leading to Consamptlon Price and SLOX Illuminated books famished free Johx F HEfBrr Co 2fera York DJBTKOITICH- Halks Honey of Horehound and Tar relieves whooping cough Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute never has false teeth Combination- - 25 Years Poultry Yard KgjAs3d Edition 108 pares Ho rr toprtxeat The trouble with a buzz saw is that it HOG and POULTRY CHOLERA 6APES z Ti Bestcures pa S3 Cough Syrup Tastes gootL TJea in time Sold by druggists HaALL asTfAiLa ngP Q S Tm or Ixgrediexts used in making Browns Bronchial Troches is such as to givo tho best possible effect with safety They are tho best remedy in use for Coughs Colds and Throat Dis Â¬ eases Said only in boxa Price 25 cts I wrote it as a tTiteaxof FRENCH DECORATIVE AET SESHiS Knoraellcal HOG aad POULTRY keeplsr Sew method of decorating Silla Satin Vase SHHRTBiptoms aad raaiedies for all diseases Plaques Lampshades etc Can not be detected froB painting Easily applied Send for aricenisS lion to reed for Eygs 25c la stamps X copy ef haadfull directions HUFFaaANX -- The Coto Dale Poultry Yard ceataJaiar Illau aad 15 Mala Street ClaelaaaeL Qfcte Catalogue and Price List of SO Tarletlea FREE aUraeaerzestc A M LANC Box 846 Cincinnati O r MT 3LmM1 iVUigr us aeediaa WlKm IIAIi X VftMT womaa la every employment to itisjoaa mM and BOUPE W The green grocer ia London is one who sells vegetables In this countcy he is one who trusts JONES IvsryaUa Seal t PAYStheFREICHT 5 Taa Tars iarre easamiasiea ca mles if preferred Goeds striata Xverr one buys Outat and particulars Free BOSTON XA9 SLVERWJ fAND M A man who advertised to restore old paintings had stolen them Texas Sifting order The rooster arranges his notes of the crow matic scale --Mercltani Trae eler Irsa Waits scale Umis4Stfl Bcarisipr Xru aaa Bn Bx inHti this vper a4 a44rM jams sr IfllMAHTII PubUcatlen MM V-V 960 Tt tn sriecBat avail themselves of Home treatment appliance and curative sentforMa oaly Send stamp lor circular 2D Broad way Nx hand ete UBTliac method- Those who can not nOr I UnC masspersonal - attendance can hara relIeYedandcaredbTDsJASsz BINGHAMTON N T descrlbiaa- MINNESOTA UfiUC STUDY Book keeping Business rnrmi vnsinshfii- - Arithmetic Short iSOX lorougaiy tausnt oy u with 2fap ia vunii Chinamen generally show great fear ot all kinds of robbers except of Norway pie rats Are yon fond of tongue sir always fond of tongue madame and I like it still Harvard boys call tho female depart ment of tho university the Ann X Burlington Free Press I was Â¬ he Free Government Leads la the aad Low frlee Railroad TiulEi GailltrT THL BtSl AGRICULTURAL CRAZING a dr TIM BER LANDS NOW OPEN TO SETTLERS MAILKU FREE Addrew Laad Com- - N P R-- R T PAUL JaTSX I OREGON MONTAOET1I avi aWvn AHO IAKTA CT8N aadWASKTN m xa lnd 0 PI 5 M WORK II MIK M 1 NotaparUela paia Urffl or self denlaL Par when cured llandsoaee book free Db C J- - WSATIISRBr Kansas CltyMo- a week and eipensee P8K ATX and parOculapa paid Outfit worth free P O YICKEKaV Augusta Kalaa TO SS A BAT Samples worth Writa FREE LInesaotunderthehorsesreet ca Bcxwsnjt sarrrr xxis afxii nADl i faifBeeiXTaT i It takes a good deal more money to be a millionaire now than it used to do San Francisco Chronicle aadacreembUtBM JamaEfZ TEAKSandioUby allrafsUU POPHAX8 ASTHMA BPEGOTC give prompt and poiiUvsrtUallamry can aaa cukes all bUSJiBiasaes rwui btabaiatd TwETTT TRIAL T PACKAGE aal riaskUt UaU ScadferFres Paexacs aadTsr 17 rOrHAM A CO T VKJBXYXTEZ TOU ASTHMA iiniii 7Kt I farkhed Write TaixsTEix BaoaJaaeaTllle nocafeii52iir d Strehl Co 173 Wahaah arChlcaga ELtGrfJAPHT gooSpax- - lraatoe Wla I 11 WJBnandWavesentC ODaay wner B wlhs The Detroit Free Press heads an item Down on the Dog This musthave been a freak of nature- - Life A xame in point is that of Farmer Wheat of Bucks County whoso oldest son ia named Buck you think Philadelphia Xews laaanH5 rHlLXDZLTHLt 7A to handle energetic Wanted liveaaertt Sells JLGEATSbuslaeee of at sljrht to W rsea-3D0pcp- 303loainsiCO EmrsOBIow Oa Youvc Artist Well Charley what do oa application WlXaOJf gXOSEstaal I ought to get for this painting Boston Herald A GENTS you will Had Just whatyoa want by ad Charley Six months Adraaaing Instalmea t Dealers Supply Co JSria Pa Maud S has a stride of fifteen feet That of a man dodging his holiday bills is thirty -- Colony Illustrated Circular Free our iW Bfflf J F- - MANC1CJL Clareaioat Ts UII1I1U MeaLOratr8hlU WInd Health Sulla GRAtXAai iloarl aadCora 1e TAKMS for Sale S County booming aeeeri T City T-Ml II ifci for markets ATKT and per 1 LESLIE Washingtoa lad stamp Patent F Wllaoaa cent more made a fceeptcal- try Also POATEJt 3MXXJS and rARX AJIK S HIS FEET MILLS Circulars and Testimonials sent WHEN WRITING PARIS James River Va in GareaKHK T ADVERTISER PLEAsMt state that yoa saw the AdvetWucwant as paper Philadelphia Xorth American m Customek in Restaurant Waiter is this fish fresh or stalel Cant you telli No Then what difference does it make A boot and shoe shop hangs out the sign We all know it does Cast iron lasts but wo dont want any boots ma of iL It isnt because a woman Is exactly afraid of a cow that she runs away and screams It is because gored dresses are not fashionable m Why did the Women of this country use over thirteen million cakes of Procter Gambles Lenox Soap in 1886 Buy a cake of Lenoxand you wxlLsoon understand why - s iravjLl - A - fc t- - r- 3U t IJSl- - U3r- - f THE MT STERLING FAMOUS NEW STORE flow is Your Chance v- - BRAUNS FAM OUS NEW STORE f In Johnsons New Building Maysville Street Mt Sterling Ky Kew Goods that are coming in now for the HOLIDAYS jTatet Green Herald m Bettor Year Always hi Aitvance UUaT JKJU U UTlUIdB MADE UN ALMDBPARTMENTS OF Take Advantage of Ife ---- 11 if j - - a - wp FTJR The Celebrated 5 BRAUNS FAMOUS NEW STORE MT STERLING KY of 8PEXCEB COOPER Editor KY FEB 91887 HAZEL GREEN WEDNESDAY c ANNOUNCEMENTS We are aataerized to sbbohdco Hen R Pieratt ef Ecel Morgan cosaty as a eascUdate for tie State Seaate from this the Thirty fearta District subject to aetion of tbe Democratic party jSrVVe arc authorized to announce J J CHAMBERS of Menifee as a candidate for representative in the Legislature from the district ooasposed of the counties of Pewell Montgomery Wolfe and Menifee wbjeot to the actios of the Democratic JJC party a We are authorized to announce T P COLLINSWORTH of Menifee as a candi- Â¬ date for the Logklatare from this district Aemposed f the eosatiesof Menifee Mont Â¬ gomery Powell sad Wolfe subject to thp aciie of the Democratic party JAMES H WILLIAMS of Prenchbur is a candidate for the Legislature from this District composed of the counties of Meni- Â¬ fee Moatgoracry Powell and Wolfe snb jeot to the actios of the Deaocraticparty We are anthefized tojaaaoance J M OLIVER of FreBchburg as a coadidate for the Logklatare from the district composed 0f the oouties of Meaifee Powell Mont geery ad Wolfe subject to the action of the Demoorotic party j f fr Kunsae City and Birmingham arc draining this State of large amounts of its earplug capital This section has sent 1000000 to those two places since Where ignorance is bliss tis folly to as osc na it is sua going air j o be wise Bespectfully dedicated to the Hocker President of the First National misguided Kentuckians who are invest- Â¬ Bank in Stanford says that his deposi Â¬ y tors have sent West and South during ing their money away from home while January over 50000 of which 35000 there is a remunerative return at their passed oat daring the last week Ifthls very door What fools we mortals be jCHjey had heea put to work here it would have heen far better fcr the State Next Wednesday will bo the regular and for the capitalists These furors for foreign investments aro another form of Stock Sale Day in Hazel Gaeen and the Colorado silver craze of five years from the present indications it will be ago that bankrupted so many of our iost sanguine citizens Lexington Ob- one of tho best sales wo have ever had Stock of all kinds and especially cattle server As true as shooting Here in Eastern are bringing good prices now and those Kentucky within a days ride of The having anything to sell should bo cer-Â¬ at Herald cSce we can show more and tain to have it here next Wednesday better coal more different varieties of Cattle buyers will be on hand and good bituminous coal more and finer coking stock will sell well coal more and finer cannel coal more Eev J T Pieratt will begin a proand better iron ore more and finer wal Â¬ tracted meeting at the David Ward nut timber more and finer ash more school house on Long Branch in Morgan and finer beech more and finer poplar count next Saturday 12th inst to aore and finer black red and white oak pore aad the only belt of white pine which all are invited timber south of Michigan and so on ad The Inter State Commerce BHI It may be hoped that the passage of infinitum In addition to all this we the inter state commerce bill will not can snow a bank of pure isinglass in a stop to the growing competition quantity unsurpassed the largest bank put between the Tailroads now just begin pf white glass sand in the United States ning in Kentucky We are ingloriously more and better building stone than any behind our neighbor States and not un mx States in the Union We might con til about a year ago did we begin to wake up to the emergencies of the situa- Â¬ sorae a column of space in enumerating tion Now comes this tinkering scheme what we have and all of a superior qual Â¬ to swaddle this young Hercules of civili- Â¬ ity but the articles cited should be suf zation and material development What ficient to induce capitalists to come and effect the passage of this bill will have upon the completion of the see for themselves Nevertheless people Union the building of the Kentucky Louisville jn our own borders have recently exhib- Southern the rival extensions of the L N the Bardstown and Springfield ited craze about Birmingham Ala and are investing fabulous sums in real estate tne Versailles iumway and Lawrence score of other routes ihere Then you inquire if you have burg and half aup the immense minerdesigned to open all these things and more why have they al wealth of the eastern and southern not invested in your country The an Â¬ parts of the State it is hard to tell swer k ample and very plain We have Unwise legislation is apt to fall stillborn from until recently possessed no means of im Â¬ and we maythe loins of itsbeprogenitorin hope this will the case parting this information to the people this instance At most it can only reof the outside world Other points have tard and delay for awhile Eastern been favored with an influx of citizens Kentucky is a giantess just waking from tho and rubbing the from abroad who possessed a knowledge film slumber of ageswill from her eyes look upon the of the undeveloped wealth lying about broad light of a magnificent prosperity them and who have had the enterprise so grand so glorious so all absorbing and aaeans to push forward But very that no shackles of legislation can bind This few people of a like character have come her for an hour despiteis our only hope We will prosper the demagogue asxmg us and they have lacked means ing scheme and free competition will or inclination Maybe both while the still rule the commerce of a free people natives have been content to jog along As well attempt to keep back the waves as their fathers before them In many of the sea with a mop and a foot tub Lexington Observer instances ignorant of this vast wealth or if cognizant of it unable to develop A Chance for Health jt or iaduce others to do so Thus we Is afforded those fast sinking into a have gone on year after year Micawber condition of hopeless debility The means are at hand In the form of a waiting for something to turn Jike THE 0EEAT IH2B0VianatT IH AUTOMATIC genial medicinal cordial The Hebald therefore appeals Stomach Bitters embodies theHostetters pp combined to you gentlemen capitalists tourists qualities of a blood fertilizer and depu speculators any and every one of you rent a tonic and an alterative While hefore you invest vour surnlns means it promotes digestion and assimilation and stimulates appetite has the further Tho Latfst Production of come and see us It is a hard road to effect of purifying the life current and THE HSCSANICAL OSGUIlilSTTS CO paveJ but remember that no man ever strengthening the nervous system As The Musette Bet Cash - - - 1600 gainsd anything without an effort The the blood grows richer and purer bv its - - 2500 The Celesta diamond is only secured after the hard Â¬ usej t ey who resort to this sterling me- Â¬ dicinal airent nnnnir nnt nnlv inmr g -22500 The Aeolian Organ Hot Cash est toil You people of the outer world butbodily substance A healthful change possessed of educational and financial in the srtcretons is effec ed bv it and SPBCIAIi NOTICE If you want a first class Parlor Organ Jacilities should have built us railroads that sure and rapid nhvsical decav a fim fn vntr nrifii if rmn nan nlarr of nnna a cretkis To help those who can not help whichof chronic obstruction of the func- - tfoe most difficult tions the system produce is music without years of practice ana nun themselves is humane magnanimous The prime causes of disease arrested being re- dreds of dollars expense in learning and then perhaps not Jjead us a helping hand and God will moved - health is speedilv renovated and rju i as a I jn jw wawa wiio v r nuuo szrBTr vaa jwu viju jJi cajrr J jtw gmjw w - v Vvaw DUuoou izrra vigor restored reward jon with an abundant harvest can At the same time if you wish you can be learning the The railroad is coming A syndicate of capaljsiJ from Bolf use of the keys as it has a fuU five octave key board with var New York have recentlv leased four fall sets of reeds and is not only a cultivator of music 31O0jQ acres of land in our sister county Send for Catalogue frut an instructor Price of Magoffin and if they succeed in leasÂ¬ Liver ing 50000 acres will cqmmenQeon the first day of archsa sink forty wells as Act Directly on tlieiaver CtKES CmtU AD PrVEH DtSPrPEIA testers for oil and gas In eyent they EickHeadacbe Bmocs Colic Coketipa Publisher of Music and Dealer in Pianos Organs Etc strike either in sufficient quantity to nos Rheumatism Piles Palpitatics or the IlEAirr Dizziness ToariD Liveh justify the outlay they will run a pipe No 519 FOURTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE Coated Tqugub Sleeplessness and ali Diseases op the Ijver and Stokach If lise to Pittsburg Pa The cost of each 7pa do not feel very wel- l- a single pill at w ell will he estimated 25G0 but the HEEN WADE HOUfcjE 13 TAULBEE M D bea time stimulates the Etomach restores the appetite imparts Tlgor to the system ciwspanyhas ample means for all purÂ¬ They cure all diseases like magic Get 5IlEifCHBURi KY poses and the work will be pushed for- the risht kind SELLERS LIVER PILLS 1 J fcOJE Proprietor Physician and Surgeon Sold bydrnccists Send for circular ward at cce Mr J B Bradley presi Table eupplied with all delieaeies of the SELLERS MEDICINE COPitteburgh Pfi Special attention to coraraercial Heason jleat of the company and a millionaire HAZEL GEEEX KY tourjs ts -- recently went over the leased district and says there is undoubtedly oil in abundance His opinion is verified in the fact that numerous oil pools have been foundin this section One gentle- Â¬ man in this community has exhibited to lis a specimen of the finest crude lubri- Â¬ cating oil we ever saw and experts after a critical examination concur in the opinion that it is unsupassed in quality Tho gentlemen referred to owns a tract of land surrounding his oil plant which contains some three hundred or more acres but is not possessed of means to sink a well He has spent a large part of his life in the oil fields of Pennsylva niaand says all the indications are iden- Â¬ tical with that region He is sanguine of the ultimate success of his venture and patiently waiting for some capitalist to put up the necessary cash against his real estate when he Tvill delve into the bowels of the earth and bring up enough oil to grease the wheels of the Universe In consideration of these and other facts cited in thisis3ue we appeal to the peo ple who are investing their spare cash in Birmingham butterfiys and Kansas kick- a poos to come to Hazel Green and in vestigate before purchasing elsewhere We have everything in plenty except money and if the capitalists of the country will come here and pat up their money we will part with some of our wealth A fair exchange is no robbery BUY THE BEST In Full Blast for the Season wisiyiiidisiii1 MAMMOTH STORE Masonic Temple Mt Sterling Ky fj - i4 mm f Ml The Johnston Organs Are Urst class in Material Workmanship and Methods of Construction They are unrivaled in power and beauty of tone and in genuine excellence far surpass all organs of Jother makes ever offered in our country SCHOOL DESK OVER f 67000 SOLD danuiacrxred by IM t ti - r a T- - Sidney School Furnitsrs e Sole Jons LoDGHLix Proprietor Dry Goods Carpets Wall Papers Hats Caps Boots Shoes LOW PRICES SIDNEY OHia This Desk has been Adopted La XerV All the Xeadls Schools e tie Cevatzy 1625000 i if 1 NOW 2N USE Globes Registers Dictf onary Holders 3Ta Map Cases Numeral Frsaes Chars Dictionaries Anatomical Jhfedtb Erasers Blackboards Iiqsid Slating Bells CrayoB Microscopes And everything needed ia seiaoi rseo jyWrita as for complete oatalsgae AdÂ¬ dress An immense stock in all departments Their well Known Sidney School flOly BMSyj3BSBaaKjKWSiaBfcJt- Fumitun difaijr SIDNEY OHIO tSL 3BBr JC iPtBSaiMataaaaaaaa ELEGTRIO BELT Â¬ Â¬ J rule throughout You can save your expenses both ways on a bill of TEN DOLLAES by going there to trade Dont mistake the place Their store is in thej Masonic TEMPLE BuLLdingand they have no connection with any other house in town To introduce it we will for ashorttfae give away in each county to tho3 likely to aska good agents a limited number of oar GERÂ¬ MAN ELECTRO GALVANIC SUSPENSO RY BELTS a positive and Hafailisg- - care FRS forNervous Debility Weakness Varicocele Loss of Visor Rheumatism ate 500 Re-ward paid if everv Belt we XHaaufactura does not generate a genuine electric carrest Address at once GERMAN BELT AGENCY P O Box 178 Brooklyn New York ial4 TRADERS DEPOSIT BAM MT STERLING KYI Â¬ SAVE MONEY Hardman Pianos Checkering Pianos Mathus- hek Pianos Emerson Pianos Star Pianos Arion Pianos and the matchless Johnston Organs Write for Catalogues and Prices M BIGSTAFF Preaidcoa W W THOMSON DIRECTORS CfcAicm James Chorx Db R R Dsjlkss inr341y Â¬ by going there to trade CO JOHNSTON Wholesale and Retail Dealers W D S ArDssw Faaua J T HiQniux H GILLIS arixa 56 West Fourth Street McGord Aydelottev Â¬ CINCINNATI O WHOLESALE TRIMBLE BROTHERS Â¬ Hazel Green Academy Tho directors of the above echoojl take leasura in announcing to the public- - that lighlr satisfactory arrangements have been nindefor the positive opening of the school on Monday January 3d 1S87 Three com- Â¬ petent teachera have been employed whose qualScutions are unsurpassed and their vices secured for a term of years In muk- ing this announcement we feel justified in aKsertingthattheschool will bean institution which will reflect an honor on this portion of the State and unsurpassed even by the more pretentious similar institutions of the Located in a favorable geo- large cities graphical section healthy inoral free from vicious allurements and with a strict over- sight looking to the protection comfort and HATTERS No 613 West Maet SrBKJrf Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY HIT Â¬ sr i MT STERLING KY J f - Respectfully Invite the Mountain Merchants to Examine their Stock and Prices before purchasing i SEE MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS mental training of the students parnts can rely upon their children being safo vhlle under the care of the faculty and trustees The attention ot yonng menand ladies who expect to teach is specially called to the advantages to bo gained in this ickool at a nominal cost For terms of tuition and further informa- tion applv to W O Mize Hazel Green Ky or J W ilcGarvey Lexington Trustees J T Day G B Swango W O M ixe Ilazel Green and Prof J W McGar vey Lexington Ky 111 send you free somethfnjrof great value and importance to you that will start you in business which will brinyoa in more money right away than anything else in the world Anyone can do the work and live at home Either sex all ages Some Â¬ thing new that just coins money for all workers We will start you capital nol needed This is one of the genuineirnpor tant chances of a lifetime Those wlm aro ambitiou and enterprising will not delay Grand outfit free Address TRITB A Co Augusta Maine to AMT7Vand bo xnade- return to Y Cot Villi I on aiJd we will CHICAGO COTTACE ORGAN f 3BBI iat Has attained a standard eoccSasc wUett admits of no superior Itoontains every Improvement teraaitva genius skill and mosey cnyrodooa HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY 0BmWBKCMFBBKBBBmWKmKMmmmmmmm f r ATM-- idtta v m j a DOWN GO THE PRICES We aro now reccivinganother LABGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK of everv variety of Goods to supplv the demands of all our customers at Whole- Â¬ sale and Retail which we PROPOSE TO SELL FOR CASH or exchange for Produce and Live Stoct We have often iried to establish a trade on a Cash basis but have as often failed We have also notified our friends and customers of the DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF THE CREDIT SYSTEM and our intention fc reform our business but little attention has been given to what we have said Now we intend to establish upon the ruins of the old credit system a STRICTLY CASH BUSINESS whioh will enable us to sell you goods 13 to SXGTfTi mi ri - a 7 w -r-- -u HbBBH HBB vDMNH flHHHflflH jElriljJI 3LAKT3D os xrva - wi i a m v m m m THABg Sellers Pills EMILY TRIPP p -- CheaperVThan You Have Ever Botiglit Before We in particular invito the attention of RIVER SlEN and others to our c c which we are offering at large stock of CLOTHING DRY GOODS special low pnoea for cash To all of our customers having accounts due we most earnestly soliqit to come forward and make settlepents You owe it to us to dp sp as well aa to yourselves as honorable men We will sell vou goods cheaper than you have ever bought them before we i can better afford it because we will take no risk on time Respectfully t - quality of tone quick respoase arti8tlodttiB boaty in flsish perfect construction Baakin them the most desirable onrasa for hoses schools churches lodged societies ete rSTAJUJSnED XEPITXATIO UXEQUAJLED FAGXUXZZS Theso Organs aro celebrated for vokisa SKITTrT SEST XATEXXJLIV woiuaiET K THE FOPUIiAR OHSAH InstraciiM BseRa and PlaM Htalogues asd Friee OHiGASO J f N Iiataoa CKKAH GdnASE OMAJi Cf amf Ana Sts a T F DAY V RanMph - y