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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i- - - Li C IPSR L -- rt ig- - i - 5f Sr k - r j w J jH - W g sife7431 v 5 S iKV siRT 1 5 i 8XKR Owner aid Eiitor zel Green Heram THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD WITH NEWS FROM ALL NATIONS titAif - v 100 k YEAR always ffi kimu j TOLTJME IX HAZEL GREEN WOLEE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY MABCH 2 1887 LOCAL ISTEWS THE KENTUCKY UNION Tuggle traveling for the firm of G Einggold Co dealers in Boots and Shoes Cincinnati O has a card in this paper to which the especial atten-Â¬ tion of merchants is invited The house carries in stock all kinds of gear for the pedal extremities from a full grown brogan to the tiniest Cynderella slipper and Mr Tuggle can take your order so courteously that you will find it a plea- Â¬ sure to deal with him Be sure and give Tuggle an order if you want something that your customers will delight in tugging home and something that will wear NUMBER 50 Jfe ip V iLr w -- a 7 I 9c i A Ilejfion TTonderfulIy Rich In Minerals cro mark on your paper shown Timber and Coal to ho Opened yoar fiubscription has expired to ftade hy the Soad case you are re Â¬ la tfee sacmaUias of a TfcKlwer 2lreltIou dae In either Ji ft Ar i A requested to remit and re tfae Itnnriffw Kentucky tfea mv pmjr ia Mr St John Boyle who has recently once 9Ute 4 merchants hjh others wisfeiHgto acwToar suTscriptiou at been in New York and immediately up- Â¬ f Easter Kentucky IU iMkttibe on his return here went to Clay City in it TKJI THB6T ADVERTISING MEDHJ24- - Prof Erb preached in the Christain the interest of the Kentucky Union Advertising Kates Church at this place last Sunday even- road came back from the latter trip last rTj Hnt advertisements 75 ceats aa ingnight He said to a reporter for The Clothing House fck wi lsrx30B 25 ceats a inch fcr UVJ1111- JLlUUUa insertion Harlan McClain le yesterda for ite had11113 illUl Hill l LlliAU UUlUlUg York 8feefet abverxisexknts been accomplished arAiiG500 4 laches lyear45 00 Northwestern Texas wTch place lie exÂ¬ At Clay City the lumberin New were mills 1 jesr 23m 5iw4HJ61yerT 900 5 laches year 1750 pects in future tanialce his home ab8ut ready to begin operations for the well ajaAi n lyw 1200 j S inches year 2000 DrB B Gardner tflll locate at French season also the Hed Eiver Iron Works rates about nine miles away which Answcringour complaint in last 0Tt iLeial5c a on larger advertiseweuts burg sometime within the next few days idle some time were expected have been issue about the delay of papers weeks liae with 5 per cent xjff to resume on the and has engaged boarS at the Palace fmc kmg tkss operations mail route between this place and Corn T Marraige ad death notices free iri- Â¬ The well buitaa f repect ad obltsries 5 cents Ira Clark and wife have moved into chased Kentucky Unionbywhich was pur- writesthe postmaster at the latter place Mr F D Car in November us that he always sends the mail 1kA J rt their residence on Broadway recently jAiaoHHCCHients of candidates for purchased of Deputy County Clerk W ley and associates of this city will prob- Â¬ from his office but has been informed Â¬ GOODS ably be extended as originally planned that the carrier sometimes leaves a tie Staie rltfatrici offices 10 County offices T Swango 6 MtJfo ti persons to become caadidatcs some time within the next five jrears It sack at his home or at Both well or at mU feeir aswcrs 5 cents a liae Payable Born To llev D H Fallen and wife taps the great lumber and mineral region the sub cortractors Now if this provrs 3Tarlaibly in advance on the ISth inst a daughter Grace of Kentucky and is so far from the L Â¬ the case we hope tho Inspector of Post extension to Pineville as to pre- routes and Postoffices will investigate it TIMETABLE Lilian The preacher is proud enough and Nany possibility of interference It and put a stop to it at once clude and will take good care of th6 little girl will run extended along any probable IN ALL SIZES QUALITY AND PEICES From private letters received at this 22 ininutes slower than 3f L 3f rs Lou Day proprietress of the Day route within a short distance of the Eed Sterling time house repainted in- Â¬ Eiver Iron Works whence iron is now place from Frozen Creek in Breathitt House is having 1F 1 leares Kt Stealing at 7 A M arrives side and otherwiseher railroad at a cost of we learn that Day Bros of that place beautifying the prem- Â¬ transported to the sold at Kothwell at 840 A U 3 a ton and still at a good profit lost between 1500 and 2000 worth of K 2 leaver Eotliwell at 9 a m arrives at ises She set out six fine water mapels on the cost of production The iron is logs mostly poplar The letters written MC Sterling at 1050 A X along the side front a few days since Â¬ of fine grade used in the construction Saturday last stated that they would ar-7X S leaves Jit Sterling at 140 P M con- Â¬ follow and try to rescue them of car wheels plows c Already Frozen xiTes at Botbwell t 320 r M host John fe Pieratt 19 4 laves Rotbwell at 345 P JL arrives of Mine O ilize the house on has rented siderable quantities are taken here and was higher than it has been known for W Broadway at the car wheel works at Jeflersonville at ML Sterling at 530 P M and the farmers all along it lost Mapel property and open- Â¬ The same ore exists in abundance years fencing X 2 cxjnnectsiit Mt Sterling vitb 1105 a known as the logs c The damage is very X aad 157 P M trains on C O railway ed ahotcl for the accommodation of the throughout the region It costs more to large Everything is included in this Great Unloading Sale for Lexington CincinnatJ and Louisville traveling public His card will appear produce than does the Birmingham iron Sterling with 1105 a in next weeks issue of this paper coanectiat ilt but it sells at a much higher price The quality of the blood depends much X train on CAO from the East and 13G One of the proposed routes is from upon good or bad digestion and assimila- Â¬ and Cincinnati train from 2XrXeutgomeryLouisville To any person who will trade with me Lawreuceburg to Versailles where a con- Â¬ tion to make the biood rich in life and county court day special jKpPQfcyA fflJBBBRH Monday in each to the amount of 10 cash I will send nection will be made with the Versailles ieaves Roth well on the 3rd 3 strength giving constituents use Dr J A 3J arriving at Mt feterhug The Heeald free for one year Or to Georgetown and Paris road on which math at 70 at S A x lleturning leaves Mt Sterling any one owing me ten dollars or over work will begin in April and which will H McLeans Strengthening Cordial aud at 3 p X arriving at llothwell at 4450 P js who will pay it on in lull 1 will scud bo pushed to an early completion From Blood Purifier it will nourish the prop- Â¬Â¬ erties of the blood from which the eleLftve HothweU for Mt Slerling at 5vx The Hesald free for one year Versailes the way will be to Lexington ments of vitality are drawn GEO B HAIIPER Sapt 100 per G B Swango whence Hedges Station will be reached bottle cold by Jr B Swango Hazol over the C and O if a satisfactory Green and J N Vaughn Campton JOHN EC EVANS Hindoo Kidney Cordial manufactured traffic arrangement can be made if not I give you a Gaaranteetliat you will Save Money on EysrylhksgyM hy tf by Patton Bros Catlettsburg Jvy is by building a line parallel to the C and Miles Caskey a son of L C Caskey nAZEL GREEN KY the best kidnej remedy ever introduced O From Hedges to Clay City the rond who liyes Grassy in Morgan county Examiner of Depositions Having tried several of them without is already built From Clay City the was thrownonfrom a horse h3t Monday re- Â¬ county relief we tried Hindoo aud found it the extension will be to some point in the morning and his foot hanging in the for Wolfe - Ht8MtfaKTJy so Ileitis the patronage of the best It is sold by all Hazel Green vicinity of Pound Gap or to the Breaks styrup the running horse dragged him of Sandy by the most desirable route some distance and badly bruised him up aaA will attend promptly to all bus stores 3Wi that can be found probably taking in ies etme4ed to bis care ahead of LADIES AND MISSES WOOLEN HOSE A pair of shoes were received at the Stanton in Powell county Campton in Heath Bartley who was horse and him on the road stopped the the W MAPEL postoffice at this place a few nights ago Wolfe and Pikeville in Pike LADLES AND MISSES CORSETS ISAAC Attorkey-at-La- w little feUdw was extricated from his per without wrapping or address except a At the mountains on the Kentucky ilous position LADIES AND MISSES SHOES small piece of paper containing the word line a connection will be made with some Axd Keai Estate Agent OLD LADIES SHOES in great variety Day in pencil The owner can get road from Virginia and the Southeast HAZEL GREEN KY In case of Johu Anderson of Magof-Â¬ MENS AND BOYS HAND MADE TjOOTSv MENS AND BOXS HAND- - M fTP l practice in all the Courts of Wolfe them by describing theni and proving An engineer with a corps of assistants fin county sentenced at the last term of property PtpeM Meeifee nd Ureathitt counties be employed when the Circuit Court in that county for killing must of course MADE SHOES MENS AND BOYS UNDER WEAB time comes to select a passage across the 5m examined abstracts furnished tax vec ai4 for aon residontf real estate bought will pay you to read our Mt Ster- Â¬ mountains It will make a difierenee of Proctor Arnetfc at Salyersyille two years MENS AND BOYS SUSPENDERS It of Appeals has affirmed and deal with those 36000 to1000000what point is chosen ago the CourtAnderson m aeid Collections a specialty ling advertisements was last fall in- Â¬ only who advertise You can save money for the roadtocros Pound Gap often the decision This Is Grandest Opportunity of Season O carcerated in the Mt Sterling jail for ITKENS every time yeu buy anything of them spokenoT as a point for crossing is only Give them atrial when you go there and a slight tfp session and a tunnel would safe keeping pending the appeal Under tlus decision hegoes to tho penitentiary Cunty Attorney Real Estate Agent tell em The IIekald caused you to probably the longest and most expen for life Notary Public and come which will insure prompt attcn sive thatt coutbe chosen as at such a PraotMBS m 4tU Ourte la Wolfe and Ad tionand their lowest figures Tho Death of MyMothor depression the Uaseof the ridge is usu- joiiiiy CoiiLaa Court of Appeals Lexikgton Ky pally broader Any crossing between jp0TCe4M Ji Specialty Xo S Co OPEB Hazel Green Kytnaii Â¬ Take one of Dr J H McLeans Little Cumberland Gap and the Breaks of San - Caxttox Woij k QOprxx Come Liver and Kidney Pilletsat tiight Tjefore dy must be made through a tunnel at JFrorn Mtis Sterling Ky W W nt once your OOOPEK mother dead ftt you go tolaed and youayilL be surprised least a myelone The Breaks of Sandy dHLGOVThd above chiHing wdedajwihed me by howbuoyant and vigflrous you will feel is a water gap and can be passed at com- Â¬ jasc caiurgay uigni JCZXt GREENJiLY tb6 next daV cents a vial paratively small cost It J3 only twenty ioxuSterling hy telegraph tsavingP reacneaMt M FYi220 Sold byx B Swango Hazel Green and miles north Of Pouid Gaothe nomt chiv 0 No information as to tinieor eausfiof r ri frrk ii Wwe N augiin Camjton named in th charter of the Kentucky deathjonly the few vague Injes ahove aud I i5S fi Union and tbo route can 10 easily realized that ihy nKtherMrs Eiiza J Coop Wlftifflid iojitf business entrusted to him er wno surviyeu my miner vaienune jx changed Clay Herndons yard contains about - uMi Httnptacssaad dispatch years lying nt The Kentucky Union will thus con- Â¬ Cooper about thirty the placewaa her birth t twelve square feet and he has planted mKv Lexington Kv near of -- iJBn E VHLTT on the tract He used to nect with the Louisville Southern at cold in deaths embrace Before the sad twelve trees GEO Of Elliott County live in Kansas and knowing what a Lawreuceburg and bring Georgetown message had started on its mission of sor- Â¬ with scarcity of timber means is preparing Paris and Lexington much nearer to row God had placed upon her brow a golden enter into that rest Louisville than they are to Cincinnati Co against its extermination when the rail and will secure a large amount of the crown and bidden her who truly love Him He has prepared for all raids all center here 210 W Market SL Louisvn11 Ky Bluegrass trade that now goes to the Ged and Hi Holy Word were her constantÂ¬ Solicits the patronage of Eastern Kentucky companions and when she was not supplilor Blank Books Blanks c cating Him who alone can save she was Nathan B and John C M Day of latter city Louisville Times consulting His Word for light to guide her Frozen passed through here Friday en in- Â¬ B TAULBEE M D Onr readers arc invited She mute homo from Ford at which place spection of S M Brauns to a careful Â¬ on the way leaveswas aged about sixty six new advertise- yeais She two eons beside the sold 3700 worth of timber taken they PHYSICIAN ASD SUEGEON ment in this issue of our paper in which writer and a host of lelativen and frieuds down on the recent tide James H Har to mourn her death gis of Jackson who had been to the it will be seen that the famous new HAZEL GREEN KY Dead and I deprived by distance of a of same place with a raft accompanied store of Mt Sterling has an overplus re-Â¬ last look at her I loved dearer than all the everything and that Mr Braun to Office orcr T Caskeya store Office them world beside I Dead I and I left in a sinful a1 9 duce stock is selling his goods at fabu- Â¬ world without a mothers love I Never more hours 8 to 11 A X and 1 to 4 P M Patience lias about lost her virtue in lously low prices We have had some in this vale of tears to know that a fond All calls attended to day or night our case and we now want every man business dealings with Mr Braun and christian mother holds me within her heartÂ¬ When you visit our eity look out forthe CASH SIGN on Main street CASn woman or child owing us for the paper know whereof we speak when we tell our and prays an All wise God for my protecfOMBS HOUSE means every article at rock bottom prices tion Dead for job printing or for advertising to subscribers that he will give you as much lips a parting without receiving from her T guarrantee this to you as I keep no books credit nobody sell for CASH only kiss and a last fond farewell goods of good quality and for as little pay us at once We dont need money CAMPTON KY 1 am dealer in watches clocks and jewelry Rogers Bros 1849 knives and forka Dead and I her recreant son loft to harbor but there is a lot of impatient creditors money as any man in America If he Rclf reproaehes for not having made her life spoons table and tea every thing to be found iu a first class jewelry store whom we owe who do need it and wo tells you a piece of goods is all wool you happier Oh God temper the sorrow of a S S COMBS PuorsiETon I am olso dealer in would like to have it so we can pay can bet on it every time aud when he sin stained son for the sake of the saintlr The patronage of the traveling public is them guarantees anything the guarantee is as mother who now abides with Thee and bo Boots Shoes Hats and Gaps anolGsnts Furnishing Soois respectfully solicited Table the be6t and good as gold When yuii go to Mt Ster Â¬ guide me through lifes journey that I may even attention for the comfort of guests Hi Ladies Fine Shoes the best that is made Childrens Shoes in all sizes and styles The dank and decaying vegetation of ling give him a call and you will ever at the last day find a home with her Though Â¬ forgot or forGents Fine and Heavy Boots regions newlv cleared of timber exposed after thank us for sending you there and time has never been when I has cast more dear mother my life T3ALACE HOTEL Now trood neonle remember that I am the only firm in our city that sells for to the rays of the sun is suro to breed saving you money Polite clerks will sook mythan sunshine across her lifes path Â¬ shadow CASH ONLY this is the firm you want to find to save you a BIG PER GENT Dr J H McLeans Chill and wait upon you malaria way iu not living the life she desired 1 FRENCHBURG ET No trouble to show goods Asking you to call when ia the city and hopiuj tc Fever Cure by mild aud gentle action should live but by her memory winch I J H WILLIAMS Proprietor see you soon I remain Respectfully yours will radically cure 50 cents a bottle who has been so- Â¬ shall ever hold dear and the grace of the Dr F M Thomas The patronage of the traveling public i Sold by G B Swango Hazel Green and journing at Ezel for sometime was in God who called her hence to heaven 1 shall respectfully invited Table the best and J N aughn Campton town a few days last week on business strive to gain an eutrauce through the gates love in t very attention to the comfort of guests He left Thursday and will go to Ford in ajar and bask in the radiance of her Spencer Cooper Paradise Judge Swango has purchased two fire Cark count to practice medicine at s BJEENWADE HOUSE proof safes to be used in the County and which place his wife and baby Beulah Tho Best mid ChoJtpebt College Circuit Clerks offices and was lucky will join him in April Dr Thomas is Over 100 young men from eighteen States FEENCHBUKG KY enough to save the county nearly a hun- Â¬ one of the best physicians in Eastern entered the Commercial College of Ken- Â¬ FUAJTC GOUVIOX jorrx f scHLKUTxat A GROSSMAX T J COPE Proprietor dred dollars in the purchase as a telegram Kentucky and the citizens of Ford may tucky LTnivorsity the past month This col- Â¬ Table supplied with all delieaeies of the lege highest honor and gold steSJiggg pseuson Special attention to commercial to the agent a few minutes after the sale feel assured that if it be in the power of medalreceived the GO ROSSMAN GOUVIOH at the Worlds Exposition over all was consummated instructed him to raise medical skill to save their sick they have Â¬ flturitR other Colleges for book keeping and busithe price Greenberry has an eye to secured the services of the right man ness education it is situated in the beautiful economy while his amiable wife will prove a com- Â¬ healthy and renowned city Lexington Ky WTIOLBBAIE U5J3ACTVEZ OT KENDALL HOUSE panionable pleasant neighbor and Beu accessible by the leading railroads Arrange Oohnee Main and Pkestonsbdeg Str High water in the streams of this secÂ¬ lah the most interesting blue eyed little now to enter this college during the spring tion seriously interfered with the mails beauty that ever scampered along the and summer months as students can begin WEST LIBERTY KY at any time Pead advertisement of this Mrs E C Kendall - Proprietress last WJ6K xnere wa3 no man to or trom banks of the Kentucky Eiver g college in another column and write for cither Camnton or West Liberty on Wed- particulars to it President Wilbur It The table is supplied with the best the ucsday and this state of affairs prevail A word render about W A Word 1 market affords Experienced hand u charge ed on Thursday with regard to the Sal- - whoso card appears iu this paper He is Smith Lexington Ky of stable Cnarges reasonable A Genial Restorative yersvillc route The Herald was out representing the wholesale saddler and Hostetters Stomach Bitters are emphation time but delayed in delivery for the harness house of Harbison Gathright mWMMm K TUGGLE cally a genial restorative The changes cause stated Louisville He is a young man but a which this great botanic remedy produces with business one and having inherited from in the disordered organization are always Bev T Pieratt will at CampE Word7all the G Co ion theJ first Saturday preachSunday inÂ¬ his father W affable commercialqualifi- Â¬ agreeably though surely progressive never and man abrupt and violent On thi3 account it is cations of an JOBBE11S OF this month On the second Saturday at will surely treat you right in all dealings admirably adapted to persons of delicato 3 oclock p ir and Sunday at 11 am you may have with him Our merchants constitution and weak nerves to whom the at the Dr Nickell school house in Mor- Â¬ can not do better than saddle on to him powerful mineral drugs are positively inju TO That it initiates those processes gan county At both places he will in- Â¬ if they want the bridle path to wealth rious 95 and S7 WEST PEARL STPvEET of voke sinners to repent be baptised sub Â¬ and wish to spur 011 to richeo before old which result in the re establishment iu CINCINNATI OHIO jjl healthful vigor is conspicuously phown tB scribe for The Herald pay a dollar age takes the whip and lashes them into cases where it is taken to overcome that years Ibc this aedtaM srt aSeeMt a and be saved the harness of eternity Item up and fruitful cause of debility indigestion cou- Â¬ remedy rcrwosaia w rram itttttN M WOBD repatisioa baa steadily tmireaeotf aS check him a bit of an order before your pled as it usually is with bilhousness and tno present day It Is almost univereUIy acknowledged throughout nearly all paru of taa irerftt Se e te mm- constipation Thorough digestion regular To cure Bheumatic or other pains take curb is pulled by hard lines Tvxra erign remedy Worm Confections made- more for the parposo of pleaslagr tfae palate tfcaK of nmrnarMlT ove- me country out iaeir snort uiseoxo uave oeen ot iue m iwnriy evacuasion and abundant secretion are re- Â¬ a piece of thick flannel saturate it well u a anneatocK is maauiacturea ait xo treotr ux taror aauy wiuamt crces icoic aie aaa nfim MeMy vermiicge continues ia sults which promptly and invariably attend other caaa than worms and nxunns are most freoanstly the result of these hfakhB tasoani aad wIiml fkM with Dr J H McLeans Volcanic Oil Judge James Hampton of Lee county its systematic use ft is besides the best they are irritable and feverish sometimes craTlnjr food and eating ravenooiy aiSa refanng waoitiaowa tossing restlessly in sleep moaning- and grinding the teeth then be ajroredtaesg tynptosM ars lniiigqMonn c Liniment bind it round the limb or was in town Thursday aud gave us an protective against malaria aud a first rate worms Many c wberever the pain is and place over it a informal call The Judge has purchased diuretic Iploss child has ben laid in HARNESS AND COLLARS not ronJ or old to the fire so as to ap- - a farm of Col L M Day and will move the grave when the disease which caused ply as much heat as possible Sold by to Daysborough in a few days We cor- Â¬ to be made Cut this out 707 709 711 W MAIN STBEET tirely miandarstoodinil when worms hii re really been the caase It has been crored be pad oaTil tfarf w i m and return to us and we will G B Swango Hazel Green and J N dially welcome all such citizens to our j X an roM earliest lnfancTthercfora in the H iXVSK3 sXJj Vf 1till ft Oil exiit their children gystein fbe too obserrinsr of the If nr parrots eapecUny mutters who are iBcre cnolwdr send you free something of LOUISVILLE KY Vaughn Campton cannot with midst It will be remembered that the great jMnnfrmiirKi samiv aa titer axtac ikarata be safe ly and speedily removed from the most delicate infant by tho timely ce of BJLFatoegtoeka TiraiMm a-value and importance to vou that will t Judge has been an expressed candidate ose it 1r their practice 131 LLC OLiiLiCJ Phjnans do not hesitate to reranunend it aadto iwnniformsaccpss admaay of tfce sh writ f m- in business which will brine vou profession from all parts cf the countrytestify Ia fact itnavar lthiw The following note from Judge I M Mviivia uuu am iuuiwiu in more monev rieut away than anvthin kc WJ B TOWNSEND quenij own Riven vj cmiurcn a3 a taie frarKatiTe nci Sttspecoag Ifl CAEe or IHUUMMl fails - ofworrawerediaraBdiinmediatere1ieraSorfUGra Vanarsdell of Frenchburg will explain while here that he certainly could not else in the world Anyone can do ihe work SC000S tailOr- be his own jndgo in one sense and to examine every botUe he bays of it Ike SHBpte - otTxmtm WITH O V Editor HERALD--Aft- er itself not suftlclont rig mnst looir cosely aad carefaUy to see tfcac the initiate ara 3 A FxrawreffC a tern mature afford to submit to the Democratic Con- Â¬ and live at home Either sex all ages Some anH POVCOT At J deliberation I have decided not to enter vention if held at the time it is called to thing new that just coins money for all K3 Having csM tie cricisal 3 A ahK the contest for State Senator from this meet at Campton He thinks it is un- Â¬ workers We will start you capital not AAiiiUwiDav xxi j Vtmt vJ uj-jj otTitlemea l hare used tome at this mot exceUent 4 JOBBER OF needed This is one of the genuine impor- Â¬ remedy B A Fahnestocfa Vermifuge and found it to fegs in my practice for mxy yewsy I jmh m Ixmt district I heartily thank the people of reasonably premature and presumes that tant chances a dJLLU OAULlIi tJJLL O havesafelvdesired eifect with in any familv I thinfc your verrdfug caa tancy in recociraen Ji ag it a a rswetsy irMA Is swNfifc the of Those who arc relzVaadiglefofflKaenawvfeers tfKita not be dispensed Hats- - Cans Straw Goods my county for their endorsement and he can not therefore get a fair showing ambitious and a lifetime will not delay enterprising TBOKg glWC3t3iI Yours Ac aeedeti J W HUBBARD XD TGlovf and Uinbrella my friends elsewhere for their expres- Â¬ I Our readers however will hear from Grand outfit free Address Trtk Co Sk f TrrvaasrHt m CO SCHWARTZ A Fahnestoiic Co TmSmaXf l mm SfMlQM IE sion of encouragement and esteem him a few clavs Augusta Maine pHILLICOTHErO THE B WSffj jBfcE RALD F J E fit AT THE XA aA GIGANTIC lre D m f- a m Â¬ Mt Sterling Ky Famous New Store lecaH -- Aii invoice just taken has disclosed the fact that I have too many Goods Too much DBY Too many Clothing Too much Fur nishing Goods Too many Hats and Caps and an endless varitery of only Hand made Boots and Shoes Stard iie -- I have decided that mystock must be cut down With this end in view I have cut the priceo on every article in my different departments in that great establishment and have made telling and startling reductions -- u y3 Winter goods in a great variety such as Woolen and Cotton Flannels Skirts and Shawls Hoods and rJubias Gloves and Mittens Cloaks and Short Wraps Mens and Boys Suits Mens and Boys Overcoats Mens and Boys Hats and Caps Mens and Boys Dress Shirts it Days I mean business and am determined to duce my stock at any cost for the next Thirty -- - M J a the the i St m BRAUN Wgjftm j On25 THE FAMOUS HOUSE t 4 J v -- i f j Henry Xnoefel T MT STERLING KY fl I ASK YOUR ATTENTION OH w j 4 g3 M W VOWELS G MainStreet Mt Sterling Ky ifliPi fg r iii J P Â¬ gpga BEXDLES c Einggold 74 and 76 MainSStreet Boots and Shoes WA CINCINNATI O BAFAHNESTuCKS io 1 Harbison SADDLERY Gathright 1 MONEY IS custom morQ 1 rc A -j--- VERMIFUGE f sIil ai Q-1nf-- C Â¬ Win H Eullerton Ulli mono T3-k-r- are firnnff -j- nin Boots Hats Caps and Underwear 4 - if Haul Gbhen Heealix y mwmjm gpora I n tt au UNRISC AND SUNSET - c w AT M ef 1h Earth great Saa reseal the bag He knew that it was possible to closely eofc Btretck fertfa reproduce a signet with bread but this e parted csrtaiBs the required considerable time The bread must be well worked the impression taken rleTft irkkit reredfth to few while the bread is soft then it must be MkraUfin Xetr katb the Earth Iiaotiti allowed some days which to Te tease lMrrefeecef mist iritb mock alarms harden This involved ain double open Â¬ 1 She tMAc ber which lores loagig ing of his chest once to take the warns cast of the seal and again to Ymr nt nHI nt the eaabracc thy Idas hath iroa steal the money and reseal the bag But Arise great god cf Mfe aad light Arise I how had Marie got hold of his keys That SmSA the lead earth is the deathless glow-- was impossible If however she could the impress of seal OfthyftereeleTe Bead iroa the shimmerine take that of the lock hisSo hoshe could take also reasoned the DdM robbery had been committed but the means WhickHtrabeferetheelatayoHward going 2Veheer have ire aad sot of thy bestowing adopted showed that the girl was adroit in the art and that in all probability she Then art the jey H all hope lifted eyes belonged to a gang of thieves This sus- Â¬ BOSSES picion was corroborated by the fact that Wlthte tJiy tearslag palace in the West none of the money was recovered except Tko art atrhile irithdrainu Yet doth thy one ducat The rest she had passed into Jaee the hands of her confederates Lampert Xoek Ires the etosiag portal for a space having turned a deaf ear to his wifes re- Â¬ Back to the Earth which thy dear lore hath monstrances went to the magistrate obÂ¬ blessed tained an order for the arrest of Mario Whfte she with tears aad aott sighs half- Keller and a few Hours later she was thrown into prison BehoMs ttee ateHag in thy resUng placa As with sp gathered folds of dewy lace 2b sooner was this done Frau Lam Â¬ Bfce hgs remembrance to her yesjiuog breast pert sent to Maries mother a poor wom- Â¬ an living in Berlin and requested that The glery darkens aad the careful aight Haars moons pale lamp while yet she would come to her The poor woman t the was in great trouble she could not be-Â¬ Ob eTcategs laee with thy departing light lieve in her daughters guilt but was un- Â¬ Taras Jrem rose pink to crimson till the able to guess who was the thief Frau taltth j Lampert told her that the girl had been a IMes with the coming stars aad slumbers good servant and had never hitherto givÂ¬ en her an occasion to mistrust her She Wraps thy warm bride who waits thy waking added that the girl Marie made a great Might mistake in refusing to acknowledge her BobrtEurni Wilson in Century crime and promised to give the mother the missing sum money of if JUDICIAL OTRDER Marie would confess her guilt and refund to Lampert through the mother The old woman accepted the offer How Justice Miscarried in Berlin and went to Lampert She told him that lion Ago she was heartbroken at the thought that Marie had robbed him she offered him the In tae early part of the eighteenth cent money which she said her daughter had confided to ury there lived in the Bruder strasso have mercy her and then implored him toÂ¬ Berlin a merchant Lampcrt by name cution of theand withdraw from the prosecharge married to a we somewhat younger than But Lampert was still not to be shaken himself a handsome Woman fond of dress now ssd amusement And by her he had a He had Marie got this additional proofÂ¬ against that her mother had redaughter whom tbe vain mother did her ceived the stolen coins and he at once best to spoil Every year Lampert went to the Leipsic fair on business and in the visited the examing judge and requested year 1730 be resolved as usual to attend him to hear the confession of the mother In Germany the fair On the evening before he was position to the examining judge holds aÂ¬ which we have nothing analabout to start ho called his wife into their common bedchamber and asked her to asÂ¬ ogous He is in part public prosecutor and his office to sist him in counting his money which he it is accused The collect evidence against the most important evidence Jcepln a strong iron double locked coffer be Â¬ Ms bed He always carried his keys is that obtained from the prisoner himself neath bont with him never laying them aside he is questioned by the examining judge His wife at his summons came with a can Â¬ in the presence of a notary employed to dle into the room and he unlocked the take down his replies The examinations are numerous and formerly the chest in her preeonce and brought out his means were had recourse to tomost cruel extort a money to the table where he purposed confession counting it and taking from it the sum nacesssry for his traveling expenses and During the inquiry the prisoner is kept Tor the purchases he intended making at in ignorance of the charge against him he Leipsic fair The box contained a and any endeavor on his part to gain in- Â¬ offense in large purse of leather wrapped around formationison the subject is an copy He not of his with a cord and sealed with his own sig law evidence orallowed to see a own that of the witnesses But liet The coin it contained consisted of French pistoles with the exception of six when the judge has failed to obtain a con- Â¬Â¬ fession the prisoner is unexpectedly con Dutch ducats fronted with one or more of the witnesses On returning home from the fair Lam- Â¬ or with an if pert found the lock untampered with and against him be one in accomplice sur- Â¬ there should the hope of the leather purse as he had left it bound prising him in a confession Should the with the string and the seal unbroken in prisoner refuse to answer he is put on a a word all was in the condition in which diet of bread and water In case of mur- Â¬ he left it except the contents of the purse der the accused is led to the spot where As he counted the money in the presence the crime was committed and the bleed- Â¬ nf his wife twelve pistoles and one of the ing corpse or may be the moldering re- Â¬ six ducats were missing This discovery iilled him and his wife with dismay They mains aretosuddenly shown to him a Tor- Â¬ counted the money again searched every ture used be employed to wring con- Â¬ from corner of the box turned the bag inside fession screw him Ho was subject to a the rack and to fire Some- Â¬ oat but could not discover the smallest thumb times he was kept for months during trace of the missing coins Lampert had without fire written a ticket of the amount when ho winter he was agonizedand in damp cells where with rheumatism inclosed t in the bag before he sealed it up How had the money been abstracted and ague The cases are innumerable in guilt without breaking the seals and getting the which false confessions ofpersonswere thus extorted from innocent Others keys from the merchant The room oc Â¬ cupied by Lampert and his wife was so hav committed suicide rather than con- Â¬ situated that no stranger could have en Â¬ fess to crimes they had not committed tered itunobscrved during the day and it The examining judge now proceeded was quite certain that no robber had vigorously to collect proofs of Maries guilt He took the evidence of Lampert broken in during the night When the couple had recovered from on oath In that evidence Lampert actheir first astonishment they considered knowledged that he could find no signs of who could have done the deed and they his lock having been tampered with nor of could think of no one at all likely to be the seal having been forced Nevertheless guilty of the theft except their house-Â¬ he was able to swear by the date of the maid Tiarie Keller a young woman of ducat found in Maries pocket that it was twenty three The merchant at once sum- Â¬ one of those pieces of coin which he had moned her to the room and charged her sealed up in his ieather pouch and locked with having stolen the money He into the chest Marie was questioned She promised her she if would acknowledged that every evening she went was to confess and make restitution that into the bed room where the coffer for her tidy the room and prepare the bed he would forgive her and though he would dismiss her from his service he master Usually she had with her the She confessed would hush the matter up The girl trem- Â¬ daughter of the master that she had been engaged in the room on bled and nearly fainted but protested her innocence and so resolutely refused to al- Â¬ the evening preceding the discovery Also low her guilt that Lampcrt and his wife she admitted that the dress in the pocket insisted on examining her bedroom They of which the ducat was found was one of made her lead the way with a candle and her own and one moreover which she stand in the middle of the room while her had worn on that very evening Never- Â¬ master and mistress explored every cor-Â¬ theless she persisted in her assertion that ner her boxes her bed her drawers in a she was entirely innocent of the charge The mother of the girl was next cross word every hiding place where she could examined by the judge The poor woman have stowed away the missing coins The search had lasted some time with Â¬ like so many of the uneducated thought to out producing any result when Frau save her daughter by having recourse to Lampert feeling in the pocket of an old falsehood It is a curious fact that the un- Â¬ ragged dress that lay on the floor drew cultured in a civilized land like the sav-Â¬ forth one of the Dutch ducats When this age regard lying as a natural means of was discovered Marie Keller burst into protection which is alwa3s safe and nev- Â¬ tears and with vehemence reasserted her er wrong to have recourse to Frau Keller innocence She fell on her knees before confronted with the judge at once and her master and mistress vowed that she naturally fell back on lying When asked had not taken any coin from their coffer whence her daughter had obtained the and declared her inability to account for ducat the poor woman said that it was a the ducat having been found in her pocket godmothers present to Marie which she in any other way than by supposing some the mother had formerly retained in her malevolent person had put it there to in- Â¬ possession but which she had given to culpate her when she was as guiltless as Marie when she went into Lamperts serv- Â¬ a new born child Her protests were ice because she feared lest in the event of coldly listened to and disregarded The her own death her other children might evidence of the ducat in pocket seemed seize on the ducat and refuse to give it up conclusive to Lampert that she and no to Marie The poor woman in telling this story stranger had robbed him completely broke down tbe doubt which It was remembered that she visited his bedroom every day generally indeed with the judge had felt hitherto in Maries his daughter to make the bed sweep and guilt He iooked at the ducat and it proved dean it There was absolutely no one else by the date on it to have been struck four who entered that room and when Lam Â¬ yea rs after Maries birth The judge at pert considered that she daily was present once charged the woman with connnivmg in the chamber where the money was and at her daughters guilt and showed he put in connection with that the fact of some how false was her evidence on the testi- Â¬ of the coin being found in her pocket he mony of the date on the ducat This com- Â¬ felt it was not possible for him to doubt pletely upset Frau Keller she was unable her guilt any longer He locked her into to speak for some minutes and at last in licr attic room from which escape was a broken hesitating voice told the judge not feasible and consulted with his wife that Maries mistress had sent for her and offered her the money to indemnify Lampert below what was to be done According to Prussian law at the time for his loss if she would confess that her those guilty of theft were hanged if the daughter had committed the theft and value of the articles stolen amounted to persuade Marie to do so as well The so irritated ive thalers or fifteen shillings and the judge wasducat that he at the womans lie dismissed this new thief was moro than eighteen years old about the Lampcrt seems to have been a hard man story as a fabrication as false af the forHe was very angry at the loss of his mon Â¬ mer and made no inquiry in that direc- Â¬ ey aad especially incensed at Maries ob Â¬ tion He ordered Marie to be brought mto stinacy in denying having taken it He the room and asked her whether she had told his wife that he would communicate been given a ducat by her mother which with the police have the girl arrested and had been a christening present from a that he would let her suffer the conse- Â¬ sponsor The girl expressed surprise at quences Frau Lampcrt urged hint to be the question and in her simplicity replied aercxfuL Let him pardon this first error that she had never had such a present in the poor girls conduct dismiss her Then he confronted the mother with the But daughter and try to forget his loss Frau Keller confused and in her confu Â¬ not be pacified Then Lampert would she urged that the law was cruelly sion having recourse to her original false Â¬ ieTcre and that the sum of money hood insisted that what she had said was lost was aot one so great but that Lampert true concerning the ducat that Marie wasÂ¬ would scarcely feel it and that he would a half witted creature who forgot the sim be certaia later to regret his harshness in plest things told her Marie on her side giving over to death a girl who had yielded entreated her mother for Gods sake to to a first temptation and had taken a com Â¬ speak the truth She persisted in assert- Â¬ ing that her mother never had told her paratively insignificant sum of money Lampert was aa obstinate man one of about a christening present and certainh these men who when they have made up had given her none The end of this alter their minds take a pride in sticking to their cation was that Frau Keller confessed she - restetaoas whatever reasons may be had told a lie and entreated forgiveness btcitH tk had asea impelled by love for tetlttr Ptrk thing that speedily induced Lamnert to be severe was that he felt he had been cieveny overreached He had made his mosey so doubly trebly secure and even now when convinced he had been robbed be was unable to discover how it had been done for the crime had been committed with extraordinary ingenuity not only had the thief managed to unlock and re lock the chest but also to break his seal and after having abstracted the money to r ttyiie It Tatj tln k Â¬ hr Â¬ Â¬ trMlrtra4ttU 1 her daughter to do all in her power to the Bruder strasse when one evening as I ANONYMOUS LETTERS screen her from the charge of theft and to Lampert came in from the tavern where save her life he drank beer with a few boon compan- Why as a Rule a Wise 3Ian Will Xbt En Â¬ tirely Disregard Them The inquiring judge now demanded that ions as he opened his house door he saw Marie should be put on the rack and be something that made him start back and We may as a general principle speak forced to confess her guilt The court ap utter a cry of horror Before him was his with very great and deserved scorn of pointed a counsel for the defense who op- Â¬ wifes body hanging from a crook in the anonymous letters but as a rule a wise posed this demand He pointed out that ceiling man will not disregard them I have there was no trustworthy evidence against Almost before he had recovered himself Marie It was true that Herr Lampert had and had the courage to cut her down the heard a public man declare that he lost money but what proof was there that examining magistrate and a policeman always threw anonymous letters into the it had been taken by the accused I Was it arrived The former had received a letter fire without reading them I think he possible that a rude uneducated girl could from Madame Lampert in which she conhave contrived a theft so craftily that the fessed that Marie had died innocent and made a mistake and that it might be smallest trace of tampering with the lock that she had surreptitiously taken the possible to get some good out of them and seal was not to be discovered It be money while assisting her husband in The many anonymous letters received hooved the accused to show that she had counting it As she counted she had by leading statesmen may serve to indi- Â¬ had the keys and the signet of Lampert in slipped some of the coins up her sleeve cate the drift of popular feeling and her power and this could not be shown He was going on the morrow to Leipsic opinion At the present time the police He declared that he always carried both fair and she had been given a sum of about with him and never missed either money which was only adaquate to meet take the liveliest interest in anonymous for a single day How was she to know the ordinary household expenses This communications aud at no time indeed that the coffer contained money when she had annoyed and disappointed her If her have they disregarded them A good was never pref ent when it was open For husband went to Leipsic he would enjoy man j-- of the letters are obviously written ought she knew it might have contained himself there go to the theater drink legal documents It was quite true that wines dine well while she was drudging with the deliberate iutention of setting she was allowed to enter the room where at home The temptation took her to pux the police on a false scent But with Â¬ the chest was kept but she was there al- Â¬ loin a few pieces of money wherewith she out doubt a great deal of valu Â¬ most invariably attended by Lamperts hoped to give herself and her daughter able information may be obtained this daughter who assisted in the domestic some amusement during her husbands ab-Â¬ way The case is very conceivable duties sence He had at once discovered the It wa3 also true that a ducat had been loss and afraid of his temper she had not where a man may be willing enough to found in her pocket but how could Lam- dared to confess what she had done but do a service to the cause of justice or pert swear that it was one of his ducats had slipped one of the ducats preservation of life without putting Was his ducat the only one coined this into the servant girls pocket Afthimself into a dangerous position by year Were Dutch ducats such rarities erward when Marie was in prison turning public informer Many hints that only his six found their way to Ber- and under investigation she had lin How the ducat came into her pocket been too frightened to confess the truth have been given which have resulted in Marie was unable to explain but was it lest she should have been imprisoned in important consequences arrests have not probable that the real thief who had the place of Marie and have been sen- been made crimes have been prevented taken the money at the same time put the tenced to the gallows Thus she had seen lives have been saved by anonymous ducat into her pocket so as to throw jus- the unfortunate and guiltless victim of her writers The letters which have seemed tice on the wrong scent and lead it to sus- crime die under her eyes and she had the least noticeable have had the most pect Marie wheu the real criminal was been ever since haunted by the sight and important results From the time of Ac-Â¬ tortured by the stiug of her conscience perhaps an experienced burglar cording to law torture was only to be em- Â¬ This letter she sent to the examining judge King James and the Gunpowder plot ployed against the accused when evidence by a servant and at once she proceeded to there have been some of special use this against the prisoner is almost conclusive hang herself close to the doorway opposite way Anonymous letters proceed from and only a confession is needed to make it whichMarie had been hung When she persons who arc willing to do a good absolutely conclusive He contended that was cut down she was quite dead For of Marios guilt were wanting many years after the people of Berlin turn or to do a bad turn as the case the proofs There vas circumstantial evidence of the pointed to Lamperts house and spoke of may be Letters of this sort from peo Â¬ shallowest nature and none whatever that the judicial murder in the Bruder strasse ple willing to do a good turn are in n Belgravia was direct nconceivable minority as compared to According to a to us curious but usual letters from those willing to do a had custom in Germany the demand of the SAITFOR CATTLE turn If a man has got into a very seri- Â¬ public prosecutor and the contention of the counsel for the defense were referred to Its Absence From the Food Supply the ous trouble at some time of his life the legal faculty of the University of Cause of Many Digestive Ailmentg and has gone away to begin a new Frankfort-on-Ofto decide upon The The term food includes anr substance life in a new place how often it hap Â¬ university professors examined the evi- that is used for the nutrition of animals pens that the old story is raked up the dence and concluded that it made so we consider food in this light we dastardly anonymous letter has assassinheavily against Marie Keller that she must If followed him to his new friends be subjected to torture to extract from her must then include water for 75 per -like the confession required to finally establish cent of the body of an animal consists or his new employers Harry gets an her guilt and justify sentence of execu- Â¬ of this fluid and salt from this sub- Â¬ anonymous letter asking him if he tion Accordingly the unfortunate girl knows all about his Harriets previous was placed on the rack and her nerves stance enters largely into the composiThe following engagement to young Dunderhead aud and muscles so Btrained and her joints tion of an animal dislocated that in her agony she cried out table gives the quantity of salt sodium if he knows how it came to be broken that she was ready to confess She was re- chloride contained in the various parts oil A man of business gets a mysteri- Â¬ moved from the rack and admitted herguilt and secretions of an animal ous communication asking him if he but every effort that was made to obtain SALT CONTAINKD IN AX ASIM AU knows that his most esteemed customer from her an explanation how she had manIn ISO pounds of live weight pounds 163 has made an application for a loan and aged to extract tne money from bag and grains Few persons could have box failed She would admit her guilt In the blood 329 parti in 1000 been refused but not say how she had committed the In the female blood 390 parti in 1000 known about the engagement or about theft But this confession suQlced and on In the ash of blood 5470 parts in 100 the fruitless application and one of June 24 1731 the unfortunate Marie Keller In the liquor sanguinis 69S parts in 1000 persons must have been 582 parts in 1000 these In the pulmonary mucus was executed - not the writer of the missive It majUnfortunately we hae such scanty in- In the sebaceous matter of 3700 parts in 1000 the skin only secretion have been possible to find out who has formation relative to her end that we can 223 parts in 1000 been only say that the Lutheran pastor who In the perspiration the writer of the anonymous let- Â¬ prepared her for death found her a prey In the secretion of the eye 1300 parts in 1000 ter often no doubt the person least tears to despair still earnestly protesting her In the saliva of the mouth 84 parts in 1000 suspected The secret is perhaps reÂ¬ innocence retracting her confession In the saliva of parotid which she declared was extorted from glands 306 parts in 1000 vealed at last and too late long after her solely by the unendurable agonies to In the gastric fluid 170 parts in 1000 the mischief has been done and perhaps which she was subjected on the rack In the pancreatic fluid 736 parts in 1000 when both the mischief maker and the 1500 parts in 1000 After awhile however the poor creature In the bile of the ox 500 parts in 1000 dupe are alike equally remote from these became more composed listened to his ex- In the lymph London Society 345 parts in 100 aublunarv interests In the bones of an ox hortations with meekness and submitted 120partsin 100 to the prospect of death in resig- In the bones of aman herself The quantity of the above named nation to the will of God The pastor was TOO MUCH MONEY himself convinced of her guilt and did his fluids secreted every twenty four hours utmost to induce her to admit the justice is very large in a man of 140 pounds How Much Very Itirh Men Can Icffitimata of her sentence but to this he could not weight the amount is as folhvs- ly Jixpend in a Month bring her She would confess again if As I was saying I knew a fellow who laid on the rack but never off it She forPounds Pound has acquaintance with these million Â¬ 187 288 Pancreatic fluid gave her enemies though she did not Saliva 1400 Lymph 386 aires Gastric fluid His conversation soothed and know who they could be nevertheless consoled me to some extent He de- Â¬ she was sure she had one or more or else 2503 Total as she contended how could the ducat precated the possession of too much have come into her pocket The quantity secreted by a horse or money So did I He declared it did She was hanged in the presence of a great crowd in the Bruder strasse oppo- an ox in which animals these fluids are not contribute to human happiness to site the door of the house where the theft produced more copiously than in any any thing like the extent people I agreed with him He had been committed before the eyes of others has not been determined for ob- Â¬ imagined Lampert who had been robbed of his vious reasons but it must be several said indeed that men of moderate wife who had vainly endeavored to save means were the only contented men Â¬ her and of the daughter who had been several times larger than the human se- the only men who enjoyed life I with her daily when the unhappy girl cretions All this goes to show the ab cleaned the room where the money box solute and indispensable necessity for grasped his hand Yes he said those men have all was The poor girl had not been long dead an adequate supply of salt as a food before somehow a feeling arose among the not as a condiment or a relish to the so much mone that they can not people of Berlin that after all in spite of derive any benefit from it I dined the evidence against her in spite of her food but as necessary aliment without he went on once with half a dozen own confession Marie Keller was guilt- Â¬ which animals can not perform their millionaires I have had a better din Â¬ less and that a judicial murder had been functions of digestion and nutrition committed The evidence was discussed and make a healthful and satisfactory ner at the club or the restaurant and its weakness was seen The counsel growth but that is no matter After dinner for the prisoner the examining judge the But it is also proper to make some they began talking of how much legal faculty of Frankfort the court the public generally had missed seeing one computation of the discharge of this money a man could expend in having little feature in the case which when substance from the system in the waste the most luxurious necessities of life caught sight of completely altered its matter excreted The animal system not speaking of course of pictures or complextion hobbies or tastes that one could live Why was it that the mistress of poor is in constant course of destruction without One of them figured it out Marie had offered her mother the money to and renewal A man of 140 pounds refund Lampert his loss Was the offer weight discharges in all the excreted He had a complete establishment in made out of charity It will be remem- matter 7 pounds every 24 hours town a wife and a child He had in the bered that when Frau KeJler narrated this that is the whole body requires com- Â¬ establiiment every thing that was in to the examining judge he put the story 20 days the faintest degree necessary to perfect every renewal aside as a lie and did not ask another plete six question relative to it Nevertheless aft-Â¬ and an absorption of 7 pounds daily comfort He had thirteen servants carriages and six horses his wife was er Maries execution the old woman per- of various matters An ox or a sisted m her story and as she did so peo- horse performing the same vital func- Â¬ the mo4 elegantly dressed woman in ple asked Why did Frau Lampert urge to town his child had every thing that the money on the woman and try to induce tions requires a proportionate supply money could buy He had besides a her to confess that her daughter was make up its proportionate waste So place in the country non productive in guilty There aroseamongsome a suspicion that as a large quantity of salt is thrown that Frau Lampert had taken the money oil in this waste every day an equal which he entertained frequently alÂ¬ and had thrown the blame on Mane Kel- amount must be supplied to restore the though not in the style of such places as ler But was it possible that a woman of Belmont He had twenty two employes her position so respectable would allow a loss It has been calculated that an ox on his country place sixty breeding and poor servant maid to be tortured aud or a cow requires 2 ounces of salt daily yacht which cost hanged for a crime which she had she to replenish the system a horse needs racing horses and a a month and for all committed it might acknowledge with im- li ounces and a sheep 1 dram This him about 2000 punity Others suspected the laughter is in addition to that which is naturally thoc house m town place in country When this young person was questioned hi wifes dreses his household ex Â¬ in court her answers were eminently un- contained in the food Avithout aste ex Â¬ How seldom does any farmer provide penses he could not satisfactory She was asked whether she 10000 a mouth had been in the room where the chest was his animals with this indispensable ar-Â¬ pend more than Then I Avept with Marie the evening before the loss of ticle of food How much disorder of the the money was discovered Sbi pretend digestive But the popular idea on the subject of functions may be and is due ed that she did not know She said that she a hat establishments cost is vague and might perhaps have been there but perhaps to this neglect Nearly all the ailments a a rule entirely beyond the mark she had not She equivocated hesitated of farm animals are produced by dis Â¬ refused to be sworn If she had been in turbances of the digestive organs Is it Several Aery rich men Avho stint them the room she was sure she was not there not just and reasonable to assume that selves in nothing in their houses avIio all the time Marie was She had not entertain as much as taste can possibly helped Marie to move the chest She be- the absence of this indispensable salt is demand avIio have every comfort and haved in court with such want of frank- the cause of much of this disease and ness and was so shifty in her answers the loss of thousands of animals for eery luxury concur in the statement that a good number of persons were sus- want of a necessary part of their nutri- Â¬ that it is impossible to expend on picious that she had cognizance of that ment the running of a household more theft But salt given in excess is an acrid than 10000 a month He can buy That Marie Keller had been in league and keep adding expensive with a gang of robbers no one believed poison producing corrosion of the gas Â¬ pictures and all that sort of thing but She was known her acquaintances and tric membranes and quick death It is articles friends were poor but thoroughly respect- Â¬ therefore to be given with the food in you can not find luxuries aud accesso Â¬ able persons What had become of the rest regular and safe proportion or if given ries that cost beyond that amount of of the money if she had takcu it That monej- - unless you go in for wanton Â¬ could not be traced The poor mother re- alone should be given daily in the needÂ¬ Our wnte encumbering rather than bring mained as poor as before Not a French ed quantity is above mentioned pistole could be discovered in anv corner horses and cows have their supply given ing am return in comfort So you see of the womans house none were found daily in their food and the salt barrel nil you want is 120000 a year and the in Maries room They had utterly disap- stands by the feed box so that it is not capital and dont you Avish you may get peared and if she had taken them she avIio has a forgotten and this we consider the best it One millionaire here must have disposed of them somewhere mot noted establishment and maintains X T Times The robbery m the Bruder strasse in- and safest method the mo t luxurious style admitted that stead of being forgotten after Marie had he could not find any thing he could been hanged and buried seemed as if it An Odd Looking Harp would not be laid at rest It continued to make any use of in his household over be discussed parties formed some acSam Ritchie a granger from Otion fdOOO a month Perhaps that Avill suit cused Frau Lampert others the daughter in Austin last week and you better We have loA er and cheaper others again said that Lampert had made a creek was called on a friend at the Brunswick classes of millionaire goods madame miscalculation when counting his money We have an article Ae can sell at 1000 and had written a wrong sum on the ticket Hotel As the walked past the parlor He had not been robbed he had lost noth a lady was observed pounding on the a month and if that doesnt suit you iug he had deceived himself This latter piano we can oiler you a millionaires estabopinion slowly made its way and prevailed What is she playing asked thp lishment that costs 1750 a month You over the others It was the only really satAvouldnt care to go loAver surely San isfactory explanation of the mystery and granger She is playinir the Harp that Once Francisco Chronicle it was one eminently simple It was in vain for Lampert to protest that he could rhrourh Tara j Halls not have been deceived few believed him So it is a harp that she is playing Hoav to Quarrel is the titl of a That Marie was inuoceri every one eon Dang my buttons if it dont sound like recent essay It is easy enough to quar cluuod and that a crim hud been commit ji luoks like ou too rel the trouble i to make up after ted wu universally ulirted and Marie s a piano ward dudth wub bpckun of w the murder in Texas SifiinQ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ er Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- - -- - moner because more me bars For a long time I was disposed to treat Philadelphia Coil their tiger stories with ridicule and still The iunrDina off place ia think that many of them are greatly ex country is now definitely feed a aggerated but from the mass of testi Buffalo Commercial Aeteerir- money I have received from persons A receatly treed directly connected with the scenes deÂ¬ by a Maine minister was bear and kept there for aa heme scribed I have come to the believe that He says he will preach a Io tigers are a great scourge to the hill sermon again Herer in hk life Burlington country in Canton Within a few years Free Press in the vicinity of the market town of English milliners are said to har Lak Chook more than a score of people are said to have been killed by them discovered a way of makiag boaaets el so that the feonet keeif The most frequent victims are wood tissue paper will not cost over ten cents the remain Â¬ gatherers Avho go off alone to the hills trinmzag dollars going for fire wood Two years ago one was ing twenty Omhaa Wbld for as usuaL encountered near a village in this re- Â¬ There is a strong snspicios afloat gion and surrounded by thirty men out West that the reason Bartholdi Avho attacked him Avith various AAeapons He wasshotin the mouth and his teeth made his statue bareheaded is becans Â¬ broken but this did not prevent his kill Â¬ to put a hat on her of the present fashÂ¬ ing two men and seriously wounding ion would make her about three hun two others before he was finally dis dred feet higher St Paul Herald Here waiter said a hotel guest patched The year before the folloAA ing scenes occurred in a village adjacent handing him a large baked potato a In the evening a Aoman and her damp inside as a swamp what makes Dnnno sah Keckoa daughter-in-laAvere at work in their this so soggy hit am on account of hits size sah house Avhen suddenly a tiger appeared P S Diagrams furnished on applica Â¬ mother-in-laup the caught and tion to the clerk- - Washington Critic who was nearest the door Bad for Fizzletop Father Ton The the hill made off ux daughter-in-laAraised the alarm but are a bad boy Johnny JTo Yes you are and if you giv the neighbors frightened for themÂ¬ aint selves only shut their doors more close Â¬ me any more of your impudence ril ly lest he should attack them Early punish you severely Til tell your sisÂ¬ Johnny next morning six men relatives of the ter to play the piano for you woman who had been carried off AAent promised to behave himself henceforth Texas Siflings in search Owing to a slight rain that Gentleman to wife after leaving had fallen the preAious day the tiger was easily traced He had gone up the hill restaurant The waiter seemed very and thrown the body over a steep grateful for the liberal tip I gave hinu GentleÂ¬ Very precipice into a deep ravine There it Wife sententiously he whis Â¬ was half eaten Hie son as filial duty man Did you overhear what required must get it at all risks With pered to the waiter at the adjoining difficulty he descended and fastened a table Wife Yes part of it GentleÂ¬ rope about it so that it could be draAvn man What was it Wife Something up They then buried the body and about fools and their money being soon went home In the eening the tiger re-Â¬ parted X Y Sun turned to the village but all the people A Gentle Hint He had been court in their houses were then safely locked ing her a long time so long that sho He roared so the people said until the began to get tired so one night sho earth shook but could not get at his said to himr John who is the author prey This account Avith the names of of the phrase Man proposes Fm parties concerned was given me in a sure I dont know ansAvered John Oh I merely manner that leaes no doubt of its truth Why do you ask For In this particular neighborhood the num- Â¬ wanted to know AAho he was of pigs and cattle carried off is very what reason Because I guess he ber great From all accounts it would ap- Â¬ didnt know what he was talking pear that the number of people annually about Five minutes later the wed Â¬ carried off by tigers in the Canton hill ding day Avas set Nl Y Ledger country may be reckoned in scores and women said Jones Yes sir of cattle pigs and other domestic ani- Â¬ are awfully curious When did you Wiry do not the jnake the discovery inquired Brown mals in hundreds is the question people destroy them O Tve always held that opinion was Because they have no ef-Â¬ the reply but I have noAv demonstrat Â¬ often asked ficient means Their arms are poor ed the fact Why yon How so their aim uncertain and superstition see Thompson knows all about that keeps them in such dread of the beasts Smith scandal and I wanted him to tell that it is only Avhen forced in actual me about it He wouldnt though I ofself defense that they attack them fered him afive dollars bill When Near Lak Chook the tOAvn referred to a told my wife about it to night she al- Â¬ feAV years ago the ravages of these most cried and wanted to know why T kings among the beasts Avere so great didnt offer ten dollars Pittsburgh that the people determined to call in Dispatch supernatural help and so held a sacrifi- Â¬ Better whistle than Avhine writes An of- a cheery philosopher tellinggood thing3 cial feast called fering to Heaven for deliverance from to bojS Still Ave can hardly agree with the scourge of tigers The perform-Â¬ him Last year the room next our own ances Avere kept for scAeral days and was occupied by a fourteen-year-ol- d their efficiency ma be inferred from boy who Avas just learning to whistlo the fact that while the ser ices were go Â¬ and practiced eight hours a day on the ing on a tiger came into the Aillage first half of Seeing Nellie Home It where there Avere held and carried oft a used to be a great comfort when the pig The affair in Avhich the tAvo men man further down the hall a large Avere killed occurred aftenvard near the strong irascible angel he was would same place B Henrys Interior Views break in and choke the hoy and make of Southern China him whine for a change By the way a good whistler never whistles where PRUDENT PUNISHMENT you can hear him except by request Burdette Some Keasons Why Parental Discipline EARLY CONVENT L FE Should he Both Just and Loving A child ought not to be punished by The Six Function ald Dovra by the Abe its parents for an offense which it com- Â¬ lard Code in the Eleventh Century mitted Avithout knoA ing that it was According to the code of Abelard the the risk of punish Â¬ convent Avas divided into six functions thereby incurring ment Parental control and discipline all alike subject to the direction of thet should be both just and loving and Abbess The sacrisfcm Avas responsi Â¬ should be such as Avill enable a child to ble for the convent treasury she kept recognize the justice and the love Avhich the keys and had the care of the church directs the paternal action If a child is plate and sacred vessels and it was hen dulyAvarned of the consequences of a duty to set the virgin sisters to prepare certain course of conduct or of a par-Â¬ the wafers for the Host which must not ticular act that child will recognize the be made by widows The chantresar propriety of the parental action in ad Â¬ taught singing and reading had care ofi ministering the threatened punishment the choir and of the library to which But if a child does AATong Avithout a she was expected to add by copying and thought of riskingcondemnation the jus- Â¬ illuminating manuscripts The head of tice of an unlooked for punishment of the the infirmary had charge of the sick oftense Avill be no more obA ious to Clio Another sister was mistress of the wardÂ¬ child than will be in that connection robe and responsible not only for all the loAing spirit Avhich is at the basis the spinning weaving and sewing nec Â¬ of ull right parental cenduct A reÂ¬ essary for the convent but also for buke or a consure may ell folloAv a the tanning and cobbling The thoughtless or an othenvisc improper cellarer had in charge her ho had not had timely the wines for the altar and the sick the act of a child warning against such- - conduct but provisioning of the table and the man- Â¬ specific punishment from a parent agement of Avhatever the convent pos ought to be reserved for offenses Avhe o sessed in orchards and garden land the risk of punishment Aas understand flocks and herds and hives trout ingly braved Parents have a duty streams and mills Lastly the door- Â¬ keeper who Avas especially chosen for to warn their children against to instruct them in courteous manners judgment and trustand A childs first offense in the linn worthiness Avas responsible for thekeep of previous instruction or warning call3 ing of the gate the entertainment of for a formal announcement of the sure guests and the distribution of hospital Â¬ consequences to the child of a repeti- Â¬ ity Life in the convent Avas not hard tion of the offense Then if the rong but monotonous eventless beyond be repeated the punishment ought to description a perpetual alternation of folloAv and any child avIII see its justice broken sleep repeated tasks and prayer Weekly In the middle of the night the sisters in the premises Baptist rose for matins and the office over trooped back through the darkness to Crackers and Pretzels the dormitory There they slept till The cracker trade is a great industry lauds Avhich Avere sung at tho break of that has groAvn enormously in this day In summer whn lands were country Avithin a few years At thn early the sisters slept again till prime same time another trade not so impor- Â¬ At prime they left the dormitory having tant perhaps has increased at a greater first washed their hands and takÂ¬ their books repaired to rate This is the making and selling of ing the cloister to read and sing pretzels Up to 1880 the sale of pretzels But it greAv until 1883 until the office should begin Service Avas not large and then made Avonderful strides Lot over the3 all assembled in the chapter us see in that year the consumption house Avhere a lesson out of the Mar increased 60 per cent in 1881 it in- Â¬ tyrology Avas read to them and exÂ¬ creased 125 per cenL over the preced- pounded On leaving the chapter each ing year in 1885 320 per cent and nun Avas sent to fulfil her allotted task singing or seAving nursing or baking this year it has already gone 700 per until the hour of Tierce Avhen masa cent over 1882 noAv it is a commodity was said They then resumed their a staple articlo of food used by all ork till noon the sixth hour Avhich classes The reason is that improved Avas the convent dinner time except on machinery has come into use The old hard unpalatable pretzel has been re-Â¬ fast days Avhen it Avas postponed till placed by a clean Avholesorae article nones or in Lent Avhen nothing wa It is noAv made in various shapes and eaten till after vespers at four Tht convent fare was simple and spare sizes and you Avill find it on all sides There are families here that buv them Save for the sick no Avine stale breaoi as people buy crackers and use them of coarse flour rwts and greens and at discretion of the Abbess a portion ot instead St Louis Globe Democrat unflavored meat ou Tuesdays Thurs days and Sundays From the autumn Zach T Best of Aden Ark rigÂ¬ equinox till Easter on account of the ged up a cistern for his wife to fall into shortness of the days this one meal was and tirown and the next day befell in considered sufficient for all save theu himself Neighbors pulled him out firm Fortnightly Bxvw 2fl-ag- MAN EATING TIGERS Sow They DeTOxr the Natives te Tfertew Portioas of Chlaa PITH AND POINT More women taaa ara- A- w V I I Ta-teen-t- sin AA A Avell-do-i- ng A Â¬ AA v - mm r - 1 V ww jTnv- - - A WI I- - - r- - I the fourth already mentioned called know whether I or the bear was killed the silver tip a cross between the but in a few seconds I crawled out from Work WMIHMIHIIllniM It is said hoarseness may be relieved grizzly and the cinnamon and the most under the huge mass and then I saw 13 using the white of an egg thor- Â¬ dangerous of them all for he possesses the bear was dead and not I He had the ferociousness of the former while made a lunge jut as I fired fell over oughly beaten mixed with lemon UNCAGED he has all the activity of the latter on me in the agonies of death and we juice and sugar Take a teaspoonful Ac Met set tree ires tbege 14ea cage iT Y Independent The silver tip seldom comes down rolled among the bushes all in a heap occasional Jto869tiaejplOBnoref the wire To restore glossy silk when the out of the mountains but lives I rose to my feet gave a big sigh of re- Â¬ 3te Hm atoas lstoM ks wiags aspire 38C 1he zevgfe wiads Ms seal assuage habitually in high latitudes and lief and stuck the old fellow under the gloss is caused 03 constant wear subsists for the most part on the n os as a parting send off I skinned all moisten the silk with a sponge lay a T a imr ed eaok both supplied e ia crystal vase The water flesh of the rtnimals he kills The three of the bears and returned to camp damp cloth over it and pass a hot iron XeSais set is tbeabr space grizzly also eats flesh but he is fond of late that night telling the story to my qaickby over the cloth several times till Thtteaiafeed oWH aad osly sride berries too The cinnamon eats only pards just as I have told it to you and it is quite diy Boston Bulletin 4a nroetar 1st tfee tteteile sfti roots and herbs while the black bear stranger that is how them three bear Mint sauce Take the 3oungeat Ttat Seats aeress ks reatxtrous way makes regular descents among the foot- Â¬ hides comes to be lying on the floor leaves of spearmint carefulty cut awa3 JLftt dew drep steceA from wild rose sprays Wi Mite aim feaefc ia vain shall plead hills and in the valleys searching for Fort Keogh Cor San Francisco Chroni- Â¬ all stems chop veiy fine put a tea honey and berries A black bear was cle spoonful of sugar to two or three of Te gsMea srtre wore prison bars Taey shopped k flight and scarred bis wings discovered last fall on the prairie about the mint use sufficient vinegar to be Tis ft rate porob where now he sings four miles from Fort Missoula Some thoroughh flavored b3 the mint Pre- Â¬ FAITHFUL EMPLOYES SwtJteen Ms beeads are sky and stars of the soldiers discovered him and gave pare it at least an hour before it is to be The sky will lower the sun will set A True Incident Which Shown That Their used chase and they actually rounded that Boston Budget Pldcllty Is Frequently Rewarded The Bight will lU the storm will rage fellow up preventing him from getting Stock need more heat producing SBges the tree the open cage does just as lit-Â¬ lares freedom yet Bt lelthe afcOAJHchards in Southern Bivouac back into the mountains until he was tleThe young man who employer some- Â¬ food in winter than in summer even to as possible for an Wiem driven smack into the fort where he times wonders why he is not given a live The fat forming and was killed on the parade ground elements should be made to position in the business house in which IN TEGE WILD WEST But speaking of them skins over he is employed when a less brilliant bear a certain relationship to each oth- Â¬ there Ill tell 3 ou the whole story just companion who works for another er according to the season of the year Farmer and Stockman Adrwitures of an Old Hunter Who as it happened to myself It was establishment is advanced very rapidly somewhere about ten years ago when The reason probably is that the less Was Scalped Wall pockets for holding a supply I was prospecting over in the neighbor- Â¬ brilliant companion is more faithful of pocket handkerchiefs to be reached hood of Deadwood that I belonged to and works conscientiously always seek-Â¬ without the trouble of pulling open a Hew He Supposed Himself Twice Xfcad Aajrrjr Bears PljrhtlnK to a a party of four who had agreed to work ing to do more than enough barel to drawer are a sensible invention The3r Three the Fate of the Victor Fteih that year in partnership We struck secure his salary Somebody sees and are made of plush or leather and have out one morning from camp for a days appreciates his work and when the op- Â¬ a flap that keeps the contents of this work among the mountains each fel- Â¬ portunity comes a better place is given pocket free from dust Chicago Jour- Â¬ It has oftea oeen said that a man can not live after being scalped One of low going in a different direction and him which he fills with equal faithful- - nal Should the eye or airj other part the Crow Indian scouts with Custer he agreeing to meet that night in Dead- - ess An illustration of this may be fore that brave officer met his fate was wood to compare sotes and share the found in the following true incident be blackened by a fall or blow appty ceghtby a party of Sioux alone on the finds among all alike I started up the A boy about sixteen years of age had a cloth wrung out of ver3 warm water prairie and scalped alive His enemies gulch following an old Indian trail been seeking emplo3inent in one of our and renew it until the pain ceases The cut a pear shaped piece out of the crown four miles or better then branched off large cities He had looked vainly for moisture and heat liquef3 the blood and of his head and left him writhing in up the mountain side to see if I couldnt two weeks and was well nigh hopeless send it back to its proper channel agony supposing he would of course find the mother of a rich piece of rock of getting any work to do when one Never use cold water to a bruise jV die Notwithstanding all of which the which I had picked up in the afternoon he entered a store kept 13 a Y Telegram Rice Bread Rice bread makes a redsldn recovered and at last accounts gulch the day previous and which gentleman whom we will call Mr ras living with his people on the Crow was just sparkling with pyrites of gold Stone variety for the breakfast table Take iron and lead It was about two oclock reservation and doing well There is The lad asked the usual question one pint of well boiled rice half a an old hunter in Western Montana in the afternoon when I was making Can you give me a 113 thing to do pint of flour the 3olks of four eggs two spoonfuls of melted butter one whose cabin is located on the eastern 1113 way out of the mountains and back Mr Stone to whom he appealed an- Â¬ elope of the Rocky jnoun tains who had to join the boys thatlcameto a thicket swered No full now Then hap- Â¬ pint of milk a little salt and a large of quaking asps Kow I have seen asps pening to notice an expression of spoonful of sugar Beat all these in- Â¬ his hair raised some years ago by a band of savages and yet he lives and thrives quake often and I have seen them quake despondenc3 on the youths face said gredients till very smooth and then add in most astonishing good health The so hard too that an Eastern bummers If 3011 want to work half an hour or so the beaten whites of the four eggs old fellows name is Ganzio and by jim jams is nothing to the way those go down stairs and pile up that kindling Bake in shallow pans and serve hot reason of his advanced years would in trees shake but the little thicket in wood Do it well and Ill give 3011 Chicago News the natural course of events have white front of me was just a bending and Cmmb Griddle Cakes The night hair sow only that he has no hair at all a howling as if a forty mile wind was All right and thank 3011 sir an- Â¬ before using put some bread crumbs to to speak of Still what little he has blowing through it Says I to myself swered the 3oung man and went below soak in one quart of sour milk in the got Is whitened or gray the rest of his Old boy youve got an elk youve got As the store was about closing for the morning rub through a sieve and add an elk and no mistake so look sharp afternoon he came up stairs and went four well beaten eggs two teaspoons head where the hair ought to grow being as bald as a billiard ball To be to your gun and the meat is yours to Mr Stone soda dissolved in a little water one exact Ganzio did not lose his entire Slipping six cartridges into the tablespoon melted butter and enough Ah 3es said that gentleman ecalp but only a portion of it The magazine I cocked my gun and hold- Â¬ somewhat hastily cornmeal to make them the consistency Piled the wood probabilities are that he could not ing it ready crept softty through the Well heres 3our mone3 of ordinary griddle cakes It is better survived with the loss of the whole bushes to see what kind of a circus was have No sir Im not through and I to beat 3olks and whites separately top of his head Some few years ago going on stiring the white lighth in just before You can believe me or not stranger should like to come and finish in the baking Exchange when Sitting Bull was master of this morning said the 3oung fellow re- Â¬ country Ganzio was the guide of an but as sure as Moses was swapped in fusing the silver piece Flak3 Soda Biscuits Mix together emigrant party en route to Fort Lar the bulrushes clear me out for a tender-Â¬ a quart of very diy flour a teaspoonful said Mr Stone and All right foot but I saw three bears in a little aunie Wy T thought no more of the affair till the of baking soda two of cream of tartar The story of that dangerous expedi- Â¬ clearing sroinjr at it hammer and tongs next morning when he chanced to be and a saltspoonful of salt pass through tion Is an exceedingly Interesting one fighting to the death Two of them in the basement and recollecting the a sieve then chop in two ounces of nd as related by himself runs as fol-Â¬ were cinnamon mates and the other wood pile glanced into the coal and butter or lard and mix quickly with lows One day we were coming into was a silver tip Lord how the fur did wood room milk to make a ver3 soft dough Flour The wood was the valley of Hut creek on our way to fly The plucky silver tip would slap in orderly tiers the room arranged the board well roll out sprinkle with wis cleanly Port Laramie when Ave thought we saw first one and then the other The cin- Â¬ swept and the flour double it over and roll out again 3oung man was Indians coming down the creek to the namon cusses didnt seem to have sense moment engaged in repairing theat the cut into biscuits half an inch thick Bake coal right- - Instead of camping there we enough to tackle the big mongrel to in a very hot oven about fifteen min- Â¬ bin thought It safer to water our stock and gether but they came up one at a time utes Good Ilousckcepirig said Mr Stone Hullo I didnt go on to the hills and make a dry camp only to get a dose which the other f llow Old horses often get in the habit of engage 3011 to do an3thing but pile up in the bushes I had been sent on always had ready for them The silver swallowing their food too fast This is ahead up to the lull to reconnoitcr and tip knocked them out every time and that wood Yes sir I know it answered the from a painful realization of the danger took with me a boy named Kountze won every round just as he pleased of not getting a square meal if the3 de from Omaha merely for company We Pretty soon the pair began to weaken lad but I saw this needed to be done la3 None the less the habit is a bad sat down to wait for the wagons which and then old Ephraim put in his licks and I had rather work than not but I one and should be corrected A few were slowly coming up out of the val Â¬ thick and fast He knocked the male dont expect any pay but my quarter Humph muttered Mr Stone and clean cobble stones mixed with the oats ley When the wagons reached us I flat and proceeded to hug the other in their box and left there will cause Etarted on alone through the rocks and He simply squeezed the life out of her went up to his office without further them to pick the feed over slowty and Half an hour later the pine bushes to seek a good camp A for I could hear bones snap and crack comment masticate it more thoroughh Cut feed few hundred yards further on I looked from where I was hid The male by young man presented himself clean is less likeh to be eaten rapidly than down a ravine to the right and saw five this time had recovered a few of his and Avell bruhed for his pa3 whole grain and diy meal than that Mr Stone pa ed him his quarter mounted Indians ride across th valley senses and sat upon his haunches like a which has been wet K Y Examiner Thank day was going to see how I started to go back to the train when dog wise old the tip dropping the butÂ¬ turned a 3011 said the 3011th and fesilver win X least a dozen Indians ran at me out the SIMPLE ROUTINE said Mr Stone Stop a minute male for a minute Avalked over to of the brush and you bet I ran and Have 3ou a place in view where 3011 A IUaga7lne Write Tell- - How President called for help In a minute more two where the dazed brute was squatted Cleveland I ives or three of them shot at me I felt a and brought him such a whack beside can find work Cleveland rises at half past President No sir sharp stinging pain In my right leg the head with his big paw that the poor seven oclock dresses and shaves him- Â¬ fellow never did get over it He -- imply Well I want 3011 to work for me and another in my left shoulder and I writing something on a slip of self and is read3for breakfast at eight fell Then they were upon me In a rolled over on the ground and died Here take this to that gentleman He breakfasts en famille and finishes his paper minute and one of them put his knee without another protest I avis much interested in the out- Â¬ standing 13 the counter there lie will morning repast in less than thirty minon my back while another hit me a of clip with a club Another struck me come and remained an anxious spec Â¬ tell 3ou what to do Ill give 3011 ix utes His breakfast usually consists oatmeal beefsteak coffee hot cakes and with the butt of a gun and thou I tator of events to see what the victor dollars a week to begin with Do 30111 He is erv fond of fruit and eats Still I would do now that both enemies were work as well as 3011 did that down Â¬ cs became partly unconscious breakfast ta- Â¬ had reason and feeling enough left to slain Smelling of each and rolling stairs and thats all and Mr Stone freely of it He leaves theoffice and be- Â¬ know that I was being scalped for the them over to see if thoroughly dead he turned away before the 3oung fellow ble and goes directby to his buine-s-lik- e gins work without an3 exercise what- Â¬ manner recovered from his surprise Mifliciently hair held so tightly and the pain was went to work in a ever writing letters and looking over even to cache the bodies Becoming ati fied to speak so awful that I could not die then This happened fifteen vears ago Mr papers until ten oclock when tiie if I wanted to I felt a hot stinging that life wa extinct he seized the fe Â¬ male by the back of the neck and dragged Stones store i more than twiee as callers begin ii arrive He then has a pain all around the top of my head states- Â¬ the hair being torn out by the roots so her off to a point about forty yard- large a- - it wa- - then and its superin Â¬ siege of a couple of hours with the lasts office seekers which and to speak and it was too mueli I died distant when he halted droppedÂ¬ tendent to day is the voting man who men 130 until oclock when he isread3for his burden and began to paw industri Â¬ began 13 piling up kindling wood for or at least I thought I did but as it hap his luncheon He eats this in less than the ground He worked away twent3 iive cent- Faithfulness has pened my scalp or a pail of it was ously at torn off The until a large hole had been scooped out been his motto B3 it he has been adÂ¬ fifteen minutes and like his every day saved just as it was being is eaten in the boys at the wagon had seen mo run when he rolled the body into it and vanced step 13 tep and has not 3et breakfasts and dinners it private dining room and sing saw the Indians and came at a covered the same with- bru li twig- - 13 a 113 means readied the topmost familv sit down together the whdle President dirL By tin- time I began round of suce He is ure to become run thirteen of them arrrivbig just in leaves and Clevelands lunch consists of bread and time to prevent the red devils finishing to understand what the wily old fellow a partner some din either with his em cold their work The Indians as well as was about He wa- - simply laying in a plo3eror in ome other business housii butter tea meats a little fruit and a cup of store of winter food Returning to the Youths Companion lay friends thought I was dead but I After he has eaten it he goes directly came to again aud what was left of my other carcass lie gave it an affectionate back to his office and works steadily It was squeeze or two and dragged it off in the scalp was laid back in place COSTLY RAILROADING until four At this time he goes out to only half torn off you see and the place opposite direction twenty five or thirty yards He proceeded to do exactly in Kilect of tlio Hot Mexican Climate Upon drive in company with his private secre- Â¬ is pretty well healed now1 Knilroufi Ties and Cars tary Colonel Lamont He returns in serving the in this What did vou do with yourself af malecae as the the former been treated The expenses of railroading in the time for dinner which is ready at seven female had just as terward I inquired oclock He does not dress for dinner in Having covered the second body to hN hot climate of Mexico are great Why I hurried into Fort Laramie satisfaction he looked around raised Wooden ties have but a short life the conventional st3le except when ho got the attention of a physician and his snout in the air sniffed the breeze cracking in the drv season and rotting has guests who will appear in evening went back to the States for a while but three or four times and then gave vent during the rainy months bridge tim- dress His private dinners are plain the Western fever came strong upon me to the most mournful howl grunt or bers and pile- - also wear out rapidh Wine is served 011I3 when there are again and I had to return to the moun Â¬ Towl ever heard in all mv life Con Freight cars must be painted frequent Â¬ guests present who arc accustomed to I tains where I have been ever since eluding that it was time forme to inter Â¬ ly to prevent dning and cracking and drinking wine with their meats He Observingfourbear sldnsonthe floor fere I raised my gun took a careful even the substantial Pullman cars is not so fond of beer as has been report-Â¬ two of them immense in size one a aim at the foreshoulder and fired The shrivel under this exposure Fuel con- Â¬ ed b3 the newspapers tho total White grizzly one a silver tip and two cinna- Â¬ old monster gave one spring and then stitutes a large item ol outlay Me House consumption of this article durÂ¬ mon hides I made bold to ask Mr stood still looking about him and quite roots are burned on the Central ing the past 3ear being not more than Ganzio if he was the slajer himself or road pine cut along its route is used two dozen bottles The Presidents terribly whether they had been obtained from growling I fired at the shouldor with 13 the Inter Oceanic and the Vra Cruz daiby dinner consists of five or six Again somebody else the same result But this time the bear Compain feed- - its engines col block courses First there is soup then fi h 2fo he replied I did not kill them saw my smoke and immediately came brought from Wales as ballast The then a roast followed 13 game dessert sll but I bagged two out of four the toward me with head hanging down decay of ties will in time nece eitate a fruit and after dinner coffee He grizzly and the silver tip and the other and his great red bloody tongue hang Â¬ eriou outlay on the Central road for does not sit long at table and immedi- Â¬ two cinnamon brutes were killed by the ing out I was a little frightened then wooden sleepers eo t here one dollar ately on leaving it he goes up into the very silver tip I killed myself and fired the third shot a trifle wild each It is evident that iron ties are a corridor of the second stoiy of the White That was a remarkable occurrence for he canie steadily forward u necessity in Mexico and the3 are just House and smokes a cigar after which 1 vestured to say and if you have the if he never felt it A fourth shot coming into use The climate tends to he goes back to his work President time to spare Ganzio I should like to failed to halt him and the fifth tore preserve the iron rails and bridges pro- - Cleveland never smokes in his office hear the stories connected with all away his whole lower jaw I tell you ided the latter escape the torrents of the and the 01113 smoking he does is this four l Engineers command solitary cigar He goes rainy season bear was an awful Well you see began the old timer stranger that had given him the fifth better wage- - here than thev do in the to bed about midnight and falls asleep -- the grizzly hide over there on the to see after I Still he came on and did not United States for only that inducement as soon as his head touches the pillow boards was killed more than twenty ball the last cartridge up brings them here The general staff ol His system is such that six or seven vears ago down in Colorado To own falter I threw and waited for him to he road- - are also well paid but the sec hours sleep is sufficient for him Lip the chamber the truth it happened so far back that 1 into come close It was this chance or notli tion hands who are peons work foi piticolts Magazine have forgotten the particulars but die in and I could not afford to waste that -- mall wages The natural and proper lighting a fresh silver tip next to it Three men in Flagstaff A of lend 1 had all my hair at that tendency on all the rods is to emplo pipe and pointing out the one designat- Â¬ ounce stranger and I tell you it got Mexicans when the right men can be toiled all one night to get a barrel sup ed while not so big as any of the time stiff and seemed to raise the hat btained This policy helps to protec posed to contain whisky out of a cellar others was the toughest customer of mighty head olfmy Closer and closer came he propertv of otitsido covporn and away to their camp When they them all and weighed when dressed the enraged animal until I almost felt ons doing bus L tapped it the3 found it contained kero Sjtruijjic nigh on a thousand pounds There are ene oil tte4diitisotkjadofli ipiius coun bis hot breath oa my face Poking the vUas itt uUiattt 4IM Jlilnwi WW ixeiedjeaJa km 4eo4 aad a IUIIUULIVJC freaa s psetiffier or teeor tbesa smeaUed Str is arwoa Asia ev- - thai jXnamg to lafee news iUQ try and also a fourth kind a mongrel muzzle almost into his mouth I pulled species There are the grizzly the cin-Â¬ for the last time and down we both namon and the black bear then comes went For a minute I really did did not HOME AND FARM It rests you in sewing to change your position frequently Christian at iMlHHn ia IIP til Wr t IireS 4 9 10 11 16 17 18 23 34 25 30 31 1 2 3 7 8 910 1 - 15 16 17 lll2 18 19 18 14 4 4 A 20 21 22 23 24 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22 23241 - The Cost of Ignorance Absence of knowledge of the fact that physical and mental weakness indigestion impure blood and sick headache can be averted by Dr Harters Iron Tonic costs millions of money annually for uncertain and unreliable decoctions m r and before the first bottla Tra rellBTed a U by magic sed I was Craxy wltk 1 Ijt Jn -- -- 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 23 26 27 28 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 91011121314 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 252627 2829 Ov wl flOT 2345678 6 7 1 moments Thz busiest poet will have his idyl Detroit Free Tress 12 8 4 5 8 9101112 1 hair by using Halls Hair Renewer The original color may De restored to gray I tois nearly crazy with everything I thocht irocld core nee wltkoat relief Bought a bottle of St Jacetos OB saturated a nz irlth it tied It ta ay tee aa In two hours the pain left me H3B SAMUXL JX PoIbs la the Skealder Cared Casaloharle X T I vns awakened at midnight wtth sever pains in my left shoulder I had left ay ofiea Trim my 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silver to the ton Yolce They have an extraordinary effect TnERE are on an average twelve newly in the disorders of the throat Price 25 cts married couples at the White House every day ODDS AND ENDS P yyp SBRCQuGHG DH AD POISOJi FREE PK03I OPIATES SAFE AT THE CHARLES AVOOELER LYDiA SURE PROMPT DaCSOISTS Cts A2TD SXAiXM CO HalUMareJM- - a m I 1 At a recent fire at Birmingham Mich every body lent a hand but one man was Her fac so fair as flesh it seemed not so excited that he carried away burning Bat heavenly portrait of bright angels hue Clear as the sky without a blame or blot wood from th flames and piled it beside the Through goodly mixture of complexions dee barn And in her cheeks the vermeil red did shoir This is the poets description of a woman Jonx Crossmak who died at China Me recently at the age of ninety six jears whose physical system wa3 in a perfectly every func- Â¬ sound and leaves six sons and one daughter thirty tion actinghealthy state withthe enviable properly and is 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Write are taking it at tho samo time Lowell druggists YALXSTCrxSaoaJaaervUlev Wis sell more of Hoods Sarsapariila than of all other WIisBaassandWaTesseatC- - ODany sarsaparillas or blood purifiers 1 six for to Sold noiesaie ana rcvau pricc usv res Wnere ANK E B C Strehl Co 173 Wabash aTChlcago by druggists Prepared only by C I HOOD CO WHEN WRITING TO ABVEKXISEKS PLEAS Apothecaries Lowell Mass on James River Ya in Claremont atate tkat yea tk iT1liHMH 1 olony illustrated Circular Free Office 10 West 1 f Book-1-eepln- tr Westerly qrinite on I X Atttn i o If An I CU machines PATTERNS iff y for maklnsr Bugs Tidies Hood Mitten etc Sent by mail for 91 CIRCU Â¬ LARS FREK E 3tOS CO TOLEDO OHIO and - H i 0 hair QIIII1 nAQI TFLPrPIPHY181 u ti 1 Ill IOO Doses Ons Dollar FARMS rMAKCKA CiVtB9BT - I i -- 1 feess e f rer- ggExgagagrnaKjijjilwf1ip777 EAZEL GPtEEN JSPENCER COOPEJK Heeaux Editor e JteNar 2 Year Always in Adrance THE InETVS KENTUCKY KNOWLEDGE Tor representative in the Legislature from Owen Slullaney fired two shots into the district composed of the counties of Powell Montgomery Wolfe and Menifee Bill Parsons in Pulaski county which will subject to the action of the Democratic prove iatal and then made hisescapc Â¬ The Harrodsburg Democrat thinksJ tnere is more gambling in tnat town than We are Authorized to announce Hon R M Pieratt of Ezel Morgan county as a any place in the world to its size J L Goodwin of Clark county rent-Â¬ candidate for the State Senate from this the ed his farm at 1020 per acre for hemp land Thirty fourth District subject to action of and 30 per acre for tobacco land tha Democratic party been Yearling announce M J 2We are authorized to as a candidate Marion county mules haveto 90 selling in per head at from 75 CHAMBERS of Menifee They must be powerful good ones - There are fif tj nine cases to be dis- Â¬ posed of at the present term of the U 3 Court at Louisville HAZEL GREEN KY H C Long is building a new plan Â¬ VEDNESDAY MARCH 2 1837 ing mill at Ford Station the capacity of which will be 40000 feet dailv ANNOUNCEMENTS BUY THE BEST i I louis IXPOEXEES mi A2TO 1 - w n LV JOBBEES OT In Full Blast for the Season lls - i Lsfcrfs III II k Goods TV party Gen John S Williams was the first fiSfWe are authorized to announce T P of the Mexican veterans to receive a certfi COLLEKSWOHTH of Menifee as a candi- cate for his allowance of pension under date for the Legislature from this district the recent act composed of the counties of Menifee Mont-Â¬ Chas Cheshire a young man engomery Powell and Wolfe subject to tho gaged in off bearing plank at a mill in West action of the Democratic partv JAMES II WILLIAMS of Frenchburg Louisville near Owensboro was struck by Is candidate for the Legislature from this a plank and instantly killed District composed of the counties of MeniThe Kentucky Union the Midway Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t MAMMO 3 - - fee Montgomery Powell and Wolfe subject to the action of the Democratic party 32We are nuthsfized to announce J M jOLlVEH of Frenchburg as a condidate for the Legislature from the district composed of the counties of Menifee Powell Mont- Â¬ gomery and Wolfe subject to the action of the Democratic party xf Bed River has been acting very badly and disregarding all the laws of prohibi- Â¬ tion 2sb longer ago than last Wednes- Â¬ day night she got us full as the average bum at an election and on Thursday morning her swollen condition gave evi- Â¬ dence of the dissipation indulged in the night before She had actually got out of her clothes her banks bangs and braces and in her bloated condition in vaded the bottoms near town In her recklessness she knocked down fences staggered over plowed ground and play- Â¬ ed havoc generalh For lack of liquid she began to sober up during the after Â¬ noon and Friday morning was arrayed in her customary attire Several of our citizens however who happened to be jclose enough for a critical inspection tell us that her skirts were all bedragled md dirty and that her usually Jiand some face had a muddjr cast the result Â¬ 1 Lv 1 wallowing in the mire Some of our citizens saw her late Friday afternoon and they testify tliat she had a clean clear countenance and was dresed in a becoming style her skirts being trimmed with old gold and green This announce- Â¬ ment was hailed with joy and that hope which springs eternal in the human breast led all to believe that the frail female had reformed All were willing to forgive her for the ruin wrought and assist in repairing the damage done if the loved one would desist from her dissipa- Â¬ tion and in future act with becoming maidenly modesty Alas how vain is hope With her it was the same old story Once started in a downward career it is hard to check the pursuit of its course Just when our people were congratulating themselves that this dam- eel was acting with decency the news came that she was again filling up and late Saturday evening was seen in the vicinity of town meandering through the bottoms in maudlin and muddy strides Wild with rage she balanced rails upon her buxom bosom and farmers above town report that she has carried away fencing and been seen wrestling with saw logs in her mad frenzy Those who know her best say that these sprees are periodical and that she is almost sure to take a tilt in extremely wet weather but claim that she will retire in the summer months to her home where she will appear in a custume throughout the sea Â¬ son so gorgeous and grand that the factories of the East cannot weave its counterpart Others are unforgiving and abuse her in severe terms for the capers she has cut and the casualties she has caused while the poor weeping willows that have stood beside her as guardian angels sines her birth shed tears of sor Â¬ row at her shame The above is a sad sad story but true every word of it The man or woman who takes the first false step will sooner or later descend in disgrace unless strong will power is ex ercised and tho appetite overcome in its infancy But no matter how far you have traveled the rum hedged road to rain you can stop and turn about and reform Â¬ Â¬ -- Thursdays debauch when she was and Versailles and the Frankfoat Paris and Georgetown railroads are all trying to get a large subscription from Bourbon county Henry Dodson charged with being a vagrantwas tried bctore a jury at Au- Â¬ gusta and ordered to be sold into servitude for seventy five days to the highest bidder Dr Henry Logan and Morgan Mc Clurg of Morenead Ky who are implicated in the conspiracy to kill George Cole and others have been placed in jail at Lex ington for safe keeping Hon Chas Offutt of Paris for two terms speaker of the House of Representa- Â¬ tives in the Kentucky Legislature has gone to Omaha to reside and grow up with the country He will make his mark James R Agee who murdered his brother-in-lanear Lexington last Septem ber and who was sentenced to be hung on the oth inst for the crime has been granted an appeal by the Court of Appeals Mountain boys who contemplate going West will read the following with in San Francisco boasts of having terest 300 young unmarried women each and everv one of whom is heiress to at least 500005 John Fahy was called to the door of a house where he was visiting in Frank- Â¬ fort and shot and badly beaten a few nights ago Frank Egbert Bob Evans and Dick Johnson were arrested for the attempted as sassination Â¬ w STORE ffasonic Temple Mt Sterling Ky Are first class in Material Workmanship and Methods of Construction They are unrivaled in power and beauty of tone and in genuine excellence far surpass all organs of pother naakes ever offered in our country MO TSONS THHD EACZ ffSIGS STB32TS Cincinnati J CLARKE vrn 67G r i Sievsrs Garson Hardware SOLDI -- 6tf 637 W SSain Street LOUISVILLE KT y n gilijs rrm McCord Dry Goods Carpets Wall Papers Hats Caps Boots Shoes An immense stock in all departments Their well known Aydelotte WHOLESALE HATTERS Xo 613 West Maut Street LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ GEOKGE E TUCK WITH Â¬ LOW PRICES rule throughout V ou can save your expenses both ways on a hill of TEN DOLLAHS by going there to trade Dont mistake the place Their store is in the Masonic TEMPLE Euildingand they have no connection with any other house in town JL J Boots and Shoes RL Wetibun J B Green X-- Huflitfcer CREEN HUEFAKSRSt COF Wholesale Dealers in White OU Street LOLT3VILLE KY frn iTr rry if v Tp-y lift C rWrujiM iflj 92 Â¬ John Kendall a brakeman on the C N O andT P railroad got caught while coupling cars iu the yard at Somerset and was badly crushed in the abdomen Both legs were broken near the body He will not recover known as the St Andrews Bay Railroad and Land Co so extensively advertised as giv Â¬ ing away lots in Florida and says many citizens of Winchester have been victimized to the extent of twentv five cents each Â¬ frS - J jiSv w3iS live at heme and make more money at work for us than at efce hi the world Capital not needed y are started free Both sex cs all ages Any one can d the trork Large earnings sare from first start CoatlT outht an1 terras free Better not delay Coat3 yu nothing to send your address aad find out if yoit ae wise yon will do so at onee H IIaixktt fc Co Portland Me Mean The Clark County Democrat warns the people of that county against the fraud THE HEW AHD EEEGAN T ii HICH ARM PR C 71 GENERAL AND FOREIGN GOSSIP Milton W Va on the C and O road had a 10000 fire a few nights since An oil well at Bowling Green Ohio flowed a 250 barrel tank full in one hour forty eight raw hen eggs aud wou event SAVE MONEY by going there to trade Hardman Pianos Ghickering Pianos Mathus- hek Pianos Emerson Piano Star Pianos Arion Pianos and the matchless- Johnston Organs Write for Catalogues and Prices v - SEWZNG 5BACH3KE IS TJB0E1 k tfiili n NnHF a S3 n i i 3 E7 NP giHMK BEST giirYZ5 ETJH 2TO At Lawrenceburg Ind John Fox ate 5 on the eJ a- - - 9 5 V i C3 m OH Pv CO Jr3i4 jy ffit Congresimn of New York died at Saratoga in that State aged seventy five years Henry H Hathorn Republican ex Wholesale and Retail Dealers r T I J Senator WMIWH iumarTrmtvrKrmKX3naxBmaiiM in nm MJwencqaTini nin iaw At Tuscaloosa Ala a bed of red hem- Â¬ atite iron ore sixteen feet thick has just E v3F TEk 8 been uncovered which is thought to be the most extensive and valuable deposit in the United States Â¬ A fruit schooner was struck by a whirl- Â¬ DEAIES i wind in St Johns River Florida lifted out the water turned bottom side up and of Â¬ capsized All on board were drowned and it is positively known there were five men Â¬ aud maybe more Boston Corbett notorious as the slayer HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY of Wilkes Booth who assassinated President Â¬ Lincoln aud who recently made things lively in the Kansas House of Representatives KEEPS CONSTANTLY OX HAND A FULL ASSORTHEXT OP with a pistol in tach hand has been declared insane and placed in au asylum Ready made Clothing Greely Colorado named for Horace Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Grcely was established as a temperauce Hats Caps Boots SSioes Queensware Tinware town A grog shop has not been known The town has no paupers and no criminals Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ Hardware Table and Â¬ among 2000 inhabitants 1S34 There never ies Stoves and Farming Implements has been a criminal case and a fast young man is not known in the place In fact everything usually kept in a frst class country store ml at BOTTOM PRICES The gossip at Washington is that Sec- Â¬ Alo will take in exohange for Gonl or in payment of uny debt due mo Jill kinds of retary Bayard may probably be transferred every description from the Department of State to the Treas Country Produce and Live Stock of ury Department and that Minister Geo 11 a iwuj iMilt Jx Pendleton may be appointed Secretary of Hazel Green is destined to have a State An Ohio Democratic Congressman E WORD great number of visitors here this sum Â¬ says this is not altogether a guess but he mer on account of the health giving could not give details without betraying a VITII mineral waters which abound and the confidence pure mountain air and our hotel propri- Â¬ When the Sheriff of Habersham coun- Â¬ etors and boarding house keepers may as ty Ga opened the door of the cell to let well begin to prepare to entertain them out the prisoners for dinner a few days ago Iul buy Kellys STErL axe It is the most Also buy STEEL hore perfect they seized him pushed him into the The Swango water which has hitherto locked the door and fled into freedom cell shops hxc made outwear iron And use Thev will An brought many to thi place was last hour later the Sheriff was astonished at the STEEL nails They cost the same Ui iron Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of year m such a limited quautit that the change which had taken place but could For sale in Hazel Green by proprietor of the springy had to save tho not release the Jailer as the prisoners had G li SWANGO supply for his own boarders Now how- Â¬ carried away the key W T CASKEY ever it is different There was recently An earthquake in Italy last Wednes- Â¬ F McGVlRE a springy discovered upon the land of day morning did great damage to property Judge G B Swango which lies near along the coast of the Gulf of Geno and at Chiles Thompson Co town containing the same water or at interior noiuts At Noll fifteen persons Pieced Pressed Japanned Tinware MT STERLING KY were killed At were least it has been so pronounced by all land thirty injured Oneslia six Marino killed near At Diano who have tasted it and we are of opin- Â¬ Uneglia scores Agents for Fastern Kcmuekv Hollow vr are of people were killed and ion after having drunk of it that the hundreds injured and at least one third of Timers Stock two are identical in their taste and prop- Â¬ the town property destroyed At Cerro S Oo erties Judge Swango authorizes us to near Diano Marino 300 people were killed W announce tolhosc seeking health through by beinn buried in the ruins of falling build- Â¬ NEW Tho exact of life LOUISVILLE KY the agency ot this water that it is abso- Â¬ ings not be known loss several and property will for davs lutely free to all who wish to drink it and that as many boarding houses as wish KENTUCKY SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION Livery Sale and Feed Stable HOTIGE ADMINISTRATORS to entertain visitors to this place can MT STERLING KY and As administrator of A J Cox deceased have it on the same terms Thus it will Timo tion 1laco for Kext Statu Conven Â¬ Extensive Preparations I will be at the following places on the days be seen that there is no lack of the liver for Aggressive Work designated for the purpose ot making set- Â¬ regulating liquod and all who are ailing The Executive Committee of the Ken- Â¬ Drovers1 and Traders Headquarters tlement with all who are indebted to the with indigestion constipation a torpid tucky Sunday School Union take great pleaestate liver c should arrange now for board sure in announcing that the Stato Conven- Â¬ CAMPTON MARCH 7 1SS7 The town will afford accommodations for tion for 1SS7 will be held July 12 13 and 11 County Court Day from the beautiful a less than two hundred visitors at one that ofcordial invitation been accepted and The atlestion of horde and mule dealers Hendersou has city IIAZEL GREEN MARCH 16 1SS7 is especially invited to our facilities for the time but should it be found necessary a that all Sunday School workers in the State Regular Stock Sale Day commodious hotel with all modern ap-Â¬ are earnestly invited to begin now to make handling of stock and we invite all traders of AYolie and adjoining counties to call on MAYTOWN MARCH 17 1837 purtenances will be erected in the early arrangements to attend Considering the spring Come to Hazel Green all who facts that Western Kentucky has not had a us when in the citv Those having claims against the estate will are afflicted and partake of the elixir that Convention for five years aud never but be allowed three months to file the same P ROGERS restores health and the bloom of youth once west ot Jtuzabeihtown tuat they sent alter which thev ill be barred and all of WITH in fact while Ponce de Leons Eldorado up a astrong plea to have this Convention Â¬ said claims must be properly proven and that large majority of the District Presi only did so in fancy certified according to law dents favored Western Kentucky and the A B LAN DRUM Administrator great progress that has been made iu Sun- Â¬ GO SHIPLEY DOiSY day School work throughout that general Frankfort is agitating the building of a J grega J railroad from Frankfort to Prestonsburg a section the Executive Committee were distance of 160 miles The road to run unanimous in their conclusion that Hender- Â¬ n tap3 n fe n s fa223 through Georgetown Paris ML Sterling and son ought to have it and further that a Con Â¬ vention there would be a great success Salyersville West Liberty Gem 5 Now Governor why cut Hazel Green Henderson is accessible by river and by IS THE PLACE TO BUY tout of the route when you know it has three lines of railway Delegates who need to pass through Louisville can take the St Clocks Jewelry been settled that it will run this wav Louis Air Line train about S A sr and be Repairing a Specialty You know Floyd Byrd intimates that in Henderson at 3 i ii The programme Cor 4th and Elm Streets you assisted him in regard to the loca- Â¬ will be arranged at au early day and dis- Â¬ Charges reasonable and work warranted T F CARR Respectfully tion of our county seat and after that tributed very thoroughly Eleven District onio you can certainly not be so onpurtv Institutes aud about one hundred County CINCINNATI as to deprive us of one of our railroads Conventions to be held and the Internation- Â¬ TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK OB NUXNELLY No no God dont do that vou misrht al Convention at Chicago Juue 1st to which Kentucky will send fifty six delegates will WITH want to locate here yourself when Hazel all help in preparing fof the State Conven Â¬ 3IT STERLING KY Green becomes the railroad center of tion Let this advance notice be well reEastern Kentucky and the metropolis of membered CO the mountains We do not pine for the Senatorial Convention 3 itH District county seat but we are bidding for all The Chairman of the Democratic County WHOLESALE SADDLERY J M BIGSTAPF President the railroad sites iu sight and you can Committees of the counties composing the cut this out to remind you of the fact 34th Senatorial District are requested to call W W THOMSON Cashier L Manufacturers of whenever your fancy conceives that the meetings in their respective counties at 1 J 13 Dunlap Dunlap J above road and more of em will not oclock P 31 on Saturday March 19th 1S37 W G Barrett DIRECTORS Saddles Harness Sec come here and appoint delegates tb meet at Campton on the 1st day of April 1SS7 to nominate a 730 and dealers in James Oiorn Andrew Pesler Democratic candidate to represent said dis- 72S and WriIain St Senator Ingalls of Kansas has been trict in the next Senate of Kentucky Saddlery Hardware chosen President of the TJ S Senate Dr R E Drake J T Highlaijd By order of District Committee Yice John Sherman resigned W W COX Chairman mr3lly LOUISVILLE KY Democratic contestants were seated in the House which insures a Democratic U S In the New Jersey Legislature the two 56 West Fourth Street C ff J Jjt Jm w -- O W ftn SiWM HAZEL GREEN ACADEM The directors of the above school take announeiiir to the public thut ishiv satisfactory arrangements have been made for the positive oponiug of the school on Monday January 3d 13S7 Three com Â¬ petent teachers have hcen employed vltoe qualtications are unsurpassed and their ser Â¬ vices secured for a term of years In mak- ing this announcement we feel justified iu assertingthnt the school will he an institution which will reflect an honor on this portion of the State and unsurpassed even uy the more pretentions similar institutions of tie larjie cities Located in a favorable geo- Â¬ graphical section healthy moral free from vicious allurements and with a strict over Â¬ sight looking to the protection comfort and mental training of the students parent can rely upon their children being safe while under the care of the faculty ahd trustees The attention ol younsr men and ladies who expect to teach is specially called to the advantages to be gained in this school at a nominal cost For terms of tuition aud further informa- Â¬ tion apply to AV O Mize Hazel Green Ky AIcGarvev Lexington or J Trustees J T Day O B Swanqo Y O Mize Hazel Gren aud Prof J W McGar vey Lexington Ky GEWEHAL MERCHANDISE i loaisure in Tag IiADIES PAVOSTUS becatiae ia ULGHS EUKNUSra and doca hach beautiful vrorlc Asont3 Savor Ltabo cause Iti3 aquickand oasjaeHar tfc AGES WAviTEBINWCUPIED TIBimT iiJSE MAMUFACTURIRG CO Csr LaSslIe AY2E2 El OhIhm Street CHICAGO ILL Pocket Mrs Nickells skit solicits s liberal patronage front all friends of education Facslty Mrs Mury NickcIIj General Literature 3Ira Anna J iIeWs m Instm in en till Music Bzel Morgan couasyr MONDAY JAN S 1SS 7 which will continue five months aad The undersigned vrill hegia school Is Select School ni--u fl y um kilr W OllJlii fitailPR Grates ad ft Pi HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Kjxaregyj Priumry Depnrtmeat Tutermdiate Language Sc Music Board t per TKR3BJ OF TETTIOX t ijj CBPBWwan BjiffSgcuf urjwitiev Stoves TRIMBLE BROTHERS Ms Mk bslw mm ss m Baa Wm m K k tfAl E EH Address wek Mas MARY F 6 35 7 50 S 75 15 09 1 50 NICKEIX Mantels OHIOAO COTTAO WlCWH nDaaanEM E3 V McWilliams 736 rain Street m SSS rCHCrT MT STERLING KY iiiiii SSL- yanrt fV fjsss ss23g Z f - tML 6 sgs F2 Lga Ka Kr csS i F3 i52rlwS Has attained c standard of eaceBenco Brfetefc admits of no suporicr It contains evry improvement taatrfetT3 ganius skill and money can prtxtuoo HMMflHMlO S -- Â¬ Respectfully Invite the Mountain Merchants to Examine their Stool and Prices before purchasing mgm 1 py IFC i TT JAiuM gmaccgw Theso Oirans aro cdetnratcd for vokase quality of tone Quick response artistic deain beanty in flnlsn perfect construction amlntm tbora tlio moat desirable orHns for heioiT schools churches lodges scetice e N GO THE PRICE We are now receiving another LAEGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK of everv variety of Goods to supplv the demands of nil our customers at Whole- Â¬ sale and Retail which we PROPOSE TO SELL FOR CASH or exchange for Produce and Live Stock We have often tried to establish a trade on a Cash basis but have as often failed We have also notified our friends and customers of the DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF THE CREDIT SYSTEM and our intention to reform our business but little attention has been given to what we have said Now wc intend to establish upou the ruins of the old credit system a STRICTLY CASH BUSINESS which will enable us to sell you goods CNIlirAIEI rACTLriTES SSTABLISEILD miPUTATI3J SHHJLXZ WOXX3CEX BEST XJLTXXIA1V DRY GOODS - THE P0PUL1B OBSAH Insiructicn Books aid PtaM ctalognes and Price Lfetn Watches Stak mm os aOeeMim 3MI CI CSTTASf 6M r Randolph aid Ann Sis CHKim Z- - Â¬ DUHXAP BROS CheaperiThan You Have Ever BougM Before We in particular invite the attention of RIYER 1TEN and others to our c c which we aro offering at large stock of CLOTHING DRY GOODS special low prices for cash Â¬ To all of our customers having accounts due we most earnestly solicit to come forward and make settlements You owe it to us to do so as weli as to yourselves as men TiTat all who see this may smd as honorable men theic address and test the lmsincsfv m k them before we this offer To sueh as are not well satlaitdl We will sell you goods cheaper than you have ever bought we vill send ooe deBar to pay for the j can better aflbrd it because we xm take no risk on time Respectfully ble of writing Full particulars and ol Pree Address George SxistKKf Oa i3iy Portland Maine ATTEMTIOM W0RKH6I GLASS are now prepared WT urnish all elassa with employment at ho me the whole of the time or for their spvr moments business new Iieht and proitor able Persons of either set easily eara 50 cents to 56 per eenin and aprporti ate sam bj devotine all their ttsse ia tJkm business Boys aad girls earn nearly fcmwil a t v -- i 1- 5- i 11 a iTMtMMjyBS