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H J Ti - V 4 Sfc- i The Hazel Green Herald COGPEB V I Sir SKICE8 Owner and Editor THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD WITH NEWS FROM ALL NATIONS 100 A YEAR Always in Ataict VOLUME IIL TIMETABLE HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY MARCH 9 1887 NUMBER 1 m Swtb Atlantic Railway ftliMiiinrrl Has a larger circulation in the mountains of Sterling lime Mt Sicahng at 7 A 11 arrives Eastern Kentucky than any paper in the X 1 Jeeves State and merchants and others wishing to at Kotlawell at S40 A M Kentucky will 3T 2 leaves JRethwell at 3 A M- - arrives at secure the trade of Eastern find it THE BEST ADYEKTISIXG MEDIUM Mt Sterling at 1050 A M Advertising Rates 3C 3 leavee 3H Sterling at 140 r H arÂ¬ rives at Hoiii well at 320 P M rTransient advertisements 75 cents an X 4 leaves Eotij well at 345 r sr arrives inch first insertion 25 cents an inch for each subsequent insertion atMt Sterling at 530 p M iTANIIXG ADVERTISEMENTS Jf 2 eesnecte at Mt Sterling with 1105 A 500 4 inches lyear1500 X ad 1 57 Pj St trains on C O railway 1 inch 1 year Jer Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville 2 inches 1 vear 900 5 inches 1 year 1750 Jf e 3 coanects at 3IL Sterling vith 1105 A 3 inches 1 year 1200 G inches 1 year 2000 53eS Snecial rates on larger ad vertisements X train on C O from the East and 136 Pac train from Louisville and Cincinnati local notices 5c a line with 5 per cent off jpirMonfgaraery rounly court day special for long tune ettves Roth well on the 3rd Mouda- in each Marriagc and death notices free tri- Â¬ at 7S0 A M arriving at ML Sterling butes of respect and obituaries 5 cents a Hetnrning leaves ML Sterling line t 3 3L arriving at Both well at L30 P M 9 Announcements of candidates for Leaves liothwell lor ML Sterling at 5 P 3L State or District oflices 10 County offices GEO B HARPER SupL 5 calls on persons to become candidates and their answers 5 cents a line Payable invariably in advance H EYAXS ie 22 minutes slower than Ht HE a SEE ALD A REMARKABLE WEDDING CAUGHT HIS BIRDIE jetk tAX r JOHN HAZEL GREEX KY Respectfaully sobcitis the patronage oi the at Campion i in TWbiic ana win attend proinpuy io mi uus- Mr Jones the new landlord has taken 7ees eatrusted tc his care possession of the Day House -- Examiner of Depositions for Wolfe county LOCAL ffEWS Last Monday was County Court day iii ISAAC W MAPEL AtTORXY-aT-LAAnd Real Estate Agent V7 HAZEL GREEN KY rVill practice in all the Courts of Wolfe Powell Menifee and Breathitt counties Titles examined abstracts furnished taxÂ¬ Born To the wife of George Bishop es paid for non residontsf real estate bought March 1st a boy weight twelve pounds aaa seld Collections a specialty Born On the morning of the 3d inst JO C LYKESS to the wife of John W Howerton a son County Attorney Real Estate Agent weight ten pounds A good many river men passed through here last week en route home Rev J T Pieratt preached at Camp ton Saturday night and Sunday The Caudlll Twin Brothers are United to the Wells Twin Sisters Under One Marriage Ceremony Rev W R Davis of Morgan county on Thursday the third inst officiated at one of the most remarkable weddings which ever took place in this section On that day he solemnized the right of matrimony between Robert Lee and John T Caudill of the first part twins and sons of Abel Caudill of Rowan county and Misses Mahala and Kalah Wells of the second part twins and daughters of Wm Wells of Caney Morgan county Robert Lee married Miss Mahala and John T united in the holy banns with Miss Kalah There were present about two hundred persons to witness the nuptials and everything went merry Thi3 was truly a double wedding in every sense except that Mr Davis did not get a double fee Indeed he would not ac cept any fee whatsoever as the young Brides and brides were his nieces grooms were as happy as it is possible for a quartette of souls with but a single thought and four hearts that beat as one to be but it is safe to predict that they have already gone to Rowan or soon will To prevent any serious trouble there- Â¬ fore wc wish them abundant success in life and modestly suggest that each of the grooms present his bride with a years subscription to The Herald which in- Â¬ sures happiness and long life in every household Â¬ Runaway of a Young Conplo From Ken Â¬ TRADE AT THE tucky and Thoir Marriage at Ironton A special dispatch from Ironton O to the Cincinnati Enquirer under date of Feb 28 says W R Tabor and Miss Birdie Rothwell of Cormvell Ky were married in the Ironton House parlors to- Â¬ day Rev Lindsey officiating The cou- Â¬ ple were runaways The groom explain- Â¬ ed that he didnt like the idea of running off but said it was the only way he could catch his Birdie The couple attended church last night and giving the old folks the slip while returning homeward they secured two horses rode twenty five miles to the nearest railroad station caught the train and arrived here this morning The bride gave a very thrill- Â¬ ing description of their wild ride for matrimonial bliss stating that her horse fell throwing her but she didn t mind it a bit as she was determined to show her father that shed marry whom she pleased Quite a number of drummers were interested spectators at the impromptu wedding The Herald congratulates the happy couple and expresses the hope that all their troubles in future life may be little Â¬ i A A A GIGANTIC UiIUUUli- - Clothing House Ifli Brans Mt Sterling Ky Famous New Store An invoice just taken lias disclosed the fact that I have too niany Goods Too niuch DEYÂ¬ GOODS Too many Clothing Too much Fur nishing Goods Too many Hats and Gaps and an endless varitey of only d Hand made BootsAND PRICESShoes and ALL SIZES QUALITY EST ones WOLFE COUNTY and Kotary Public Mr Bovd representing Chiles Thomp Practices In all Courts in Wolfe and Ad Â¬ son Co Mt Sterling was in town a joining Counties and Court of Appeals few days last week rCollections a Specialty Ky Campion Wolfe County We learn that our young friend A F Byrd of Campton and Miss Emma Elk TTT T SWANGO ins were married last week HAZEL GREEN KY E F Cecil of this count last week OejNitjf Gaiaty Court Clerk of Wolfe purchased of Geo Oldfields a piece of land lying on Grassy for 455 Will attend to all business entrusted to him with promptness and dispatch J S Clark the carpenter and builder has purchased a lot on High street and EO E WHITT Of Elliott County will build a dwelling this spring G Henry Knoefel 218 W WITH Co Market SL Selioite the patronage of Eastern Kentucky tar Blank Books Blanks c Louisville Ky We learn from the Gem that Robert Cummins and family will remove from West Liberty to this place this week J r xj B TATJLBEE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON We would like for our correspondents to send in their letters as soon after Wednesday of each week as possible The fact that there will be an abund- Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY ance of mineral water to supply all de Â¬ mands this year will induce several of Office over W T Caskeys store Office our citizens to take boarders and they hours 8 to 11 AM and 1 to 4 P M should advertise so that visitors can make Allcall8 attended to day or nighL arrangements in advance pOSIBS HOUSE CAMPTON KY 8 S COMBS Peopeietob The Tiatronaee of the traveling respectfully solicited Table the best ai cverr attention for the comfort of guests The spirit of enterprise and improvement took firm hold of several of our citizens last week and tbey engaged in planting shade trees Those we note are J T Day F McGuire Judge Swango F N Day Dr Kash and Mrs Markham Â¬ That Byrd Again Although the sweet singer of Camp Â¬ ton compares us to the seer of Patmos after reading his last warblings we feel very much like Lazarus did after being licked by the dogs kinder soft and muchly comforted We are gratified to learn that Campton is on the highway of progress and improvement and have concluded not to blot her from the map of Kentucky It is true that several years have gone trooping down the ages since we gazed upon its broken arches and ruined walls but when we last saw it it gave unmistakable signs of early dissolution and was as uninviting as the and we now restalls of Bethlehem joice that good has come out of Nazer eth The sweet singer says that he met the personification of airy nothing in the person of the editor of the Gem a few years ago and now our memory calls up out of the rubbish of the past the picture of aByrd that flitted across Wonour pathway once upon a time der if this is the same fowl The Byrd we met was not an aquatic bird It did not have web feet or roost on low ground It had adopted Coon Cables theory that water was made to wash dirty clothes and float saw logs to market and wa3 ouhealthly to drink We dont know whether this i3 the same warbler or not but judging from its inharmonious notes wo incline to the opinion that it is the same rooster But be this as it may the puny flings at West Liberty The Gem and its editor are as harmless as the Popes Bull against the comet and as profitless as the advertising of Mr Centers lumber business Farewell is a word that hath been and must be and having wasted enough shot on small game we bid our young friend a kind adieu forever West Liberty Gem Â¬ March 3 Mr Editor After a long delay I will try to furnish your valuable paper a few items if you think them worthy of publication Come friends let us keep up our county paper Stillwater I have decided that my stock must be cut down With this end in view I have cut the prices on every article in my different departments in that great establishment and have made telling and startling reductions Everything is Included in this Great Unloading Â¬ and our worthy editor Our Literary Society at this place is proving a success The boys of this creek are taking a great interest in speak-Â¬ ing and it is a good step The subject for debate Friday night is Which is the mightier the Pen or Sword A C Byrd has purchased the farm of H L Sample at this place and has moved We welcome Mr Byrd to our midst as a neighbor Mrs Wells wife of J W Wells of this place who bus been confined to her bed for sometime is no better Flavious Cecil of this place has just returned from Mt Sterling and reports Sale Winter goods in a great variety such as Woolen and Cotton Elannels Skirts and Shawls Hoods and ETubias 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 1 -- Jpr give you a Guarantee that you will Save Money on Everything yon hy if sir r K that stock sold well Ha Uncle Remus have you come to life Be careful that you do not take a back seat Top Lady MENIFEE COUNTY Days Kfe3QHEHB I mean business and am determined to re-duce my stock at any cost for the next Thirty LADIES AND MISSES WOOLEN HOSE LADIES AND MISSES CORSETS LADIES AND MISSES SHOES OLD LADIES SHOES in great Tariety MENS AND BOYS HAND MADE BOOTS MENS AND BOYSr HkVD-MADE SHOES MENS AND BOYS UNDERWEAR MENS AND BOYS SUSPENDERS Â¬ ft r If vou are suffering with weak or in- flamed eves or granulatcd eyelids you fiERATT HOUSE can be quickly cured by using Dr J IF The New Phoenix McLeans Strengthening Eye Salve 25 HAZEL GREEN KY cents a box Sold by G B Swango J- - H Proprietor Hazel Green and J N Vaughn Camp I am now running the little hotel around ton the corner on Broadway and respectfully Last Sunday being the regular appoiut invite my former patrons and traveling peo Â¬ ment for Rev Mr Eklar at the M E ple geuerallv to call und ead und shleeb place he occupied oy niv blace J II PIEEATT Church South at this and evening The the pulpit morning congregations were quite good on both PALACE HOTEL occasions and the pastor delivered his FRENCHBURG KY remarks in plain forcible language J 1L WILLIAMS Proprietor Hindoo Kidney Cordial manufactured The patronage of the traveling public is by Patton Bros Catletteburg Ky is respectfully invited Table the best and the best kidney remedy ever introduced every attention to the comfort of guests Having tried several of them without relief we tried Hindoo and found it the - TOWNSEND best It is sold by ail Hazel Green vvrrii stores The Stock Sale Next Wednesday Next Wednesday the lGth inst is the regular stock sale day at this place and in view of the fact that tbe city papers FrENcnBURG March 4 Frenchburg is on the boom Two carpenters two doctors Gardner and Cope one lawyer J E Clark and a stock trader named Gruelle have located here within the last few days Mr Clark is a first class law-Â¬ yer and will add strength to the bar of our place He and Judge Vauarsdell have formed a law partnership We will make application for a daily mail route from here to Olympia Such a line would facilitate the receipt of mail here and at all points East one day each wav and would benefit all our section very much We expect the people of Hazel Green and other points to assist us in obtaining it The boys are making it lively for the choice of this county for Representative James Penix has about recovered from a very severe attack of pneumonia MORGAN Thfs is the Grandest Opportunity of the Season BRAUN 1 rfb FAMOUS Q COUNTY 28 Pieratt sE- Master Commissioner Henry Clay Kentucktons Fight in Texas Herndon is attending court at Campton Caps Straw Goods this week and all having business with A private letter received here Saturday Hats Glovus and Umbrellas him will find him read to wait upon lasts by John Ward of the Cox Mill O them He will also receive subscrip- neighborhood from Granger WilliamCH1LLICOTKE tions for The Herald while there and son county Texas brings the informareceipt for the same Now is the time tion that John Salyer John Risner and for our Campton friends to subscribe a man named Farish all of whom formerly lived in Magoffin county this Happiness depends very much on the Building Committee of Wolfe county condition of the liver and kidneys The State recently engaged in a row only a The few miles from that place It appears will receive sealed bids up to 12 oclock if ills of life make but little impression on that Risner and Farish started the diffGa the Frst Monday in April 1887 those whose digestion is good You can iculty and that Salyer became involved regulate your livrr and kidneys with Dr by trying to separate the belligerant3 for the building of a Court Jlouse for said J H McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm and make peace In the melee Farish county For terms plans and specifications 100 per bottle Sold by G B Swango stabbed Salyer and cut Risners lip nearcall on or address tfie Committee at Camp Hazel Green and J N Vaughn Camp- ly off Salvers wounds are considered ton ton mortal ones and at the time the letter in a criti- Â¬ written This March 7 1SS7 John H Pieratt the popular and jolly was conditionhe was considered attending cal Indeed the landlord opened his house to the public physician gave it as his opinion G B SWANGO 1 that it liiSL weeh aim uuua it tiiu ncn i jiuiii JOSEPH C LYKIXS Committee will be almost a miracle if he recovers J COMB3 S n4t Why not It was hatched from the ashes of the old hotel although not on Will Satisfy Us R TURNER the same spot The drummers will be Thanks 19000 JOE Headquarters Mt- - Sterling K3 glad to know John is at home again and The Herald published at Hazel many of them will call to see him when Green Kentucky is publishing some XUrrKESENTING good articles upon the advantages of they come this way Co and they never try toJohns the joker a Eastern Kentucky and the people interdown him with JOBBFR OF Â¬ Â¬ Wm H Fullerton bring information of a good demand for exercises of the Normal took place on all classes of stock we shall expect to Friday night There was a large crowdÂ¬ see a good deal on tbe market There in attendance and all seemed well pleaswill be a good demand for horses mules ed with the exercises Thero has been a big tide in the Lick- Â¬ and cattle and every man who wishes to convert his stock into cash should be on ing and a large quantity of logs and hand It will soon be two years since timber is afloat The Morgan and Kwu these sales were inaugurated through dall houses are crowded with raft men the instrumentality of The Herald Messrs L L Kitchen W H Hol and notwithstanding the depression of brook and George Elliot havo been in the market for all kinds of stock nearly town several days guests of the Kendall 20000 have changed hand3 in Hazel House Green for stock during that time This John P Salyer of Mt Sterling for- Â¬ has been of great benefit to our farmer merly of this place iH visiting friends friends and that these sales may be con- Â¬ here tinued and other enterprises established W H Manker has gone to Cincinnati every man attending the sale next Wed Â¬ on business nesday should bring one dollar and pay News is scarce owing to the high for The Herald one vear water Spooks West Liberty Feb Thoclosing HOUSE 5C MEsMEJa I Ezm MT STERLING KY ASK YOUR ATTENTION T Hi1 dm liliiS UilJj LinUJ ii 14 f- 1 A f ir r When von visit our city look out forthe CASH SIGN on Mam street CASH means every article at rock bottom prices T guarrantee this to you as I keep no books credit nobody sell for CASH only 1 am dealer in watches clocks and jewelry Rogers Bros 1849 knives awl forks spoons table and tea every thing to be found in a first class jewelry store I am olso dealer in Members of the Dear Brethren M E Church 5- S - Boots Kr4 MTCnaRTCZS Shoes Hats and Gaps anGents Furnishing Goods J NOT1C EI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ salary As I live in this place where I see Bro Eklar every day I know his circumstances His family needs the necessaries of life I assisted him as far as I was able and the church members must attend to his wants right away as it is their duty to see that lie does not want as long as we are behind with his Ladies Fine Shoes the be3t that is made Childrens Shoes in all sizes and Btylea Gents Fine and Heavy Boots Now crood people remember that I am the only firm in our citv that pells for CASH ONLY this is the firm you want to find to save you a BIG PER GENT No trouble to show goods Asking you to call vrhor in the city and hoping tc see you soon I remain Respectfully yours 3 3 M MainStreet A GKOSSMAK David Morse W VOWELS FRAXK GOUVIOX Mt Sterling Ky jonx GOUVION Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ To any person who will tiade with mo to the amount of 10 cash I will send The Herald free for one vear Or to any one owing me ten dollars or over who will pay it oft in full I will send The Herald free for one year G B Swango A cross mark made with pen before or after your name is a notice to you that your time has expired and you are requested to remit a dollar ana renew f sciii EirrKR GO ROSSMAN r 1 WII0L2SAIK MANTJITACTUKERS OK Â¬ PCBbWI iUKK Green HufTalier 615 -- Â¬ Wholesale Dealers in bower BOOTS AITD SHOES W 3fain SL LOUISVILLE KY Will be at ilt Sterling every County Court J - ROGERS WITH SHIPLEY DOiSY GO There are many accidents and diseases which affect stock and cause serious in- Â¬ convenience and loss to the farmer in his work which may be quickly remedied by the use of Dr J H McLeans Vol- Â¬ canic Oil Liniment Sold bv G B Swau- go Hazel Green and J N Vaughn Campton See the card of Joe R Turner which appears in this issue He is traveling for the old reliable boot and shoe house of Co Louisville Ky Green Huffaker Cor 4 th and and will make Mt Sterling his head- Â¬ quarters at which place he may be seen CINCINNATI every county court day ueo Ai Iuck formerly traveling this territory for the Indigestion results from a partial par- - same firm may be found at their house oItcio rf flio cfirrmMi finrl c fljf nrimanr by all who visit Louisville where he is ln3Berdai Celfege If KylialyerSltyJBIIffiET I caise of a very large majority of the ever ready to wait upon them The Cheapest ad 3ctBttfcine College in the World ills that humanity IS heir to The most te ajrreeable and effective remedy is Dr J MrAui rrrrxiimhrrc Miss Sarah A Caskev daughter of J ttonklv roping mud mi 9 pdnawi in liuTnH McLeans Little Liver and Kidney T Caskey of Grassy Morgan county r1TKi4 4aeieiuofFnll reber oJocd Ct Jfcm hiulocCmrc ooiu hv fr 13 who has been suffering from a severe so hrtHnjf i liieis -- O vnt5 j vial TifBiOTTr od Tre wrtfajriTTpiiy spetMt No vmtioc Swaugo Hazel Green and J N Vaughn cold and billious fever for two weeks is area ncu uarunt c4 jvn w tradoMtrfeitixK iwt Sbcccm orKy Campton slowly improving mU4t w a Lexicon miMw t Gov Granville Evans of Campton was in town last Friday visiting his son John and family He informed us that several new coal banks had recently been opened in that vicinity Hiram Bailey has opened a vein forty inches thick Wm E White has a bank which shows forty inches and Jeremiah Elkins has a Elm Streets vein averaging four feet The coal is OHIO of a superior quality in all of them It is of the bituminous variety ested in that section should subscribe for about 20000 copies of that paper for free distribution among capitalists who want to put their money where it will do tho most good Eastern Kentucky is richer in resources than any of the Southern States and the boom is bound to come to that section It may not strike it for a year or for two years but it will certainly come and those who in Â¬ vest their money with the expectation of something turning up will wish they had put it in Eastern Kentucky Corinth Lnterprise A Genial Restorative Hostetters Stomach Hitters are emphati- Â¬ cally a genial restorative The changes which this great botanic remedy produces in the disordered organization are always agreeably though surely progressive never abrupt and violent On this account it is admirablv adapted to persons of delicute constitution and weak nerves to whom the powerful mineral drugs arc positively inju- Â¬ rious That it initiates those processes which result in the re establishment of healthful vigor is conspicuously shown in cases where it is taken to overcome that fruitful cause of debility indigestion cou- Â¬ pled as it usually is with biliiousness and constipation Thorough digestion regular evacuasion and abundant secretion are re- Â¬ sults which promptly and invariably attend its systematic use It is besides the best V iBK fiB8si jrtf5lGCfcfY r2K3HSVva W Cnrlrl Q il t J nl ILUULim 3 Ildillobb ulllldlti BRIDLES c 3 S9 EP 74 and 76 MainJStreet CINCINNATI BAFAHNESTOCKS X 1 Ktr HPrdtd - iwSi-J- - protective against malaria and 41 first rate diuretic The Best and Cheapest College Over 100 voung men from eighteen States entered the Commercial College of Ken- Â¬ tucky University the past month This col lege received the highest honor and gold medal at the Worlds Exposition over all other Colleges for book keeping and busi- Â¬ ness education it is situated in the beautiful healthy and renowned city Lexington Ky accessible by the leading railroads Arrange now to enter this college during the spring and summer months as students can begin at any time Read advertisement of this college in another column and write for particulars to its President Wilbur R smith Lexington Ky custom made Suits Our goods are tailor made and corset fitting Immense line of Mens Boys and Childrens Boots Hats Caps and f Underwear A Handsome line of worms Many a helpless child has been laid in the grave when tho disease which caused Its death has been en tirely misunderstood and when worms have really been the cause It has been proved beyod cavil tsMi exist in tne numan system from earliest intancTtaeror ore parentsesDeciaiiTsiouera who are more cot with their children cannot be too observing of the Jlrst symptoms ojieormajior so surely as they icst mmt wmm bo safely and speedily removed from the most delicate infant by the timely use of BLFabBsceks 7tMtoj NSMOCSJNI profession b anentlv of worms were discharged and immediate relief afforded Great caution must be axed by every parcsMuac mduhwh juafrn in one sense ana to examine eTeryxjinone Duys ot ic The staple aaswt t h not sufficient He must look closely and carefully to see that the Initials aro B A JfainrHBTOCXV ucu wiui aoiuui eise jfxw Fsasxlw Howard Co Xo Messrs J E Schwartz Cc Pittxbura Pa Havtec used tie srigiaal - 3 A FakacatoeS Tsrsafe Gentlemen I have used some of that moat excellent fege ia my practice for aaas years I have aikes remedy B A Fahnestoclcs Vermifuge and fomnd It to tancy in recomraeaiHc It ass remedy which to soft have tne desired effect I think your vermifuge can s Vsifa not safely be dispensed with in any family rrioWeaadrfntJallcw HKA3BY3LsL M XBGg needed Yours JWHUBBAFJSD 8TCCB9SOS3 TO 1 Tf CtITTTTTinnVT C fiA Fa Co miOHaJUA VVf B A E8TABU3HKIiaS7 It biunr nearly sKT years since this meUIdao was offered M remedy for Worms aad from that Urn Kt reputation has atesiily iaereaaed untlTaS tee present day it Is eJmost universally acknowiecKl troushont nearly aji parts or me worm to oe me ercignrtmeily Worm Confection mode more for the pttrpow of pleasing the palate taaof oritreoaitoc tte disease nave ocen mamuacturea ail over tne country tint icir short lease or lire 13 nearly exsasst B A Kahnestocka Vcrmirnsrn continues to grow In favor daily Children often look pale and tieklt from att other cause than uorms and spasm are moat frequently the result of these hidden sappers and misers Wfc c they are irritable and feverish sometimes craving food and eattasr ravenously again refusing wholusoae tossing restlessly in sleep moaning and grindin the teeth then be assured these symptoms aro ledicatio od VERMIFUGE u ixnnea w sre Fahnetockt t it id i- - ntMB mt Tmrim iwv v i-- ij nycr iwi Up e woe tHMmewjumB MtfMJBn eMBiM WflMH m IJWItrtWI C5 3U h aint never hed a better friend The humor of the narrative contribut- Â¬ he said the hickory limb cane ed in no part to the enjoyment of the Ibe in bis hands shaking with imparted narrator it seemed possibrj by reason emotion Ole Chanc3 Mash eyed him of antiquity to be as fully lost upon him with responsive hostility as upon his solemn group of hearers A Iwantlookm to see ye out he belated attendant at Uncle Abels obse- Â¬ said Heerd ye wus tolable feeble quies broke the stillness with a rattling I haint never been smarter Ole buggj fastened his horse to a tree with WHAT IS YOUR LIFE Levi Cushin rejoined with tremulous excited speed ana hastened up the te yesr Mfe like vapor tat passetla fierceness It dont stan to reason wralk Elder Comstock in the midst of wsy XJhe 9m ssiet of tbe saordag when risetJi the butwhatlshd be full as smart as a drearily monotoned discourse was r them thats two er three 3ear oldern I but fainth audible Uke the Sew es tfee grass in tke silvery morn be Wal Abel he kep up goin to Gal Â¬ fee Sewer tkat tie bride on her bosom His antagonist carefulty unfolded a pinses Ole Chanc Mash went on clean blue cotton handkerchief in a si- Â¬ tranquilty happen in is year fPtbeares HTe J A drop ia the oceaa tkat lence of momentary defeat The BapÂ¬ night an 3ed find him thar most any But he didnt Or a leaf ia as ifisite forest of leaves tist choir headed by Elder Comstock git up courage to sa3 nothm more Or aaull grata of 6ad oa a measureless filed up the path and into the house A bout manwin not fur two 3ear an SF9CT5 As esteiesef Hetkiagsese jst that and no moment later the notes of Mrs Peebles then ole Mis Galpin she want favor erc melodeon sounded forth and the voices on t She was just in the thick o fTfcatis year life Your life Is the mightiest of the choir irreproachable as to time diyin apples an corn an puttin up andnasall3T distinct in pronunciation their winter stuff an she want over Of irfeieh sages caa teach or tho poets can sing in the rendering of China well an1 she begretched to hev The aest aystal sehject demanding a Why do we mourn departed friends Haiyit goin an so she sajs to Abel tfeoBght Haml Gsket Heealr -- te wresght Thatis yoar life SBhlisse A werk the saost glorious the Creator hath Ah so brief 1 and yet tis atie Ter the saesldiag of thoaghts that are pnre and acter To weave for the spirit fairest garments to wear To gather in treasures that enduring shall last When the glory of empires is faded and past Sack is your life I Ah tis inunortall divine Too great and majestic fortius earth to confine Its bars shall be broken and its faips shall be riven And nnto it opened the bright portals of Heaven G W CroJU in Chicago Infer Ocean Tar lorisg and laboring and sowing of seeds Tar plaatisg of flowers and nprootal or weed Wat is year life To build np a grand char Â¬ A LONG COURTSHIP Uncle Abels Trials as Told FuneraL at His Funerals wrere always largely attend- Â¬ ed in Sampson they made somewhere to go and they were interesting in themselves Bat there had not been so large a funeral as Uncle Abel Hollin sheadsforyears notslnce two children over on the Kidge had been killed by a crazy mother Hie Sampson Bugle Cally which had five hundred sub- Â¬ scribers at a subscription of eighty cents n 3ear recorded Uncle Abels death in what would otherwise have been a blank space between the acknowl- Â¬ edgement of the editors receipt of a line pecinien of muskmelon from his fellow townsman Syd Hankins and J L Belts1 advertisement of dry goods which had beeu just brought in every veck all summer It is with deep regret that we announce the death of our aged and respected fellow citizen Mr Abel Hollinshead Mr Hollinshcad W3s on of the pioneer settlers of Sampson and will be mourned by all who knew him Mr Hollinshead passed from our midst at four oclock yesterday morning at the age of cighty fccven years The funeral will be at the home of Ms daughter and Mr S Peebles and wife at two oclock to morrow afternoon conducted by Elder Comstock of the Baptist Church son-in-law - Fi H The Peebles house was filled to the point of discomfort considerably before two oclock Ail the chairs the calieo lounges and the impromptu board benches were taken up and a large proportion of the company was left standing The several women who went to all funerals unflinchingly whether known to the afflicted family or not bad come early and secured scats com- Â¬ manding a view of the parlor which had been opened up musty from disuse for the occasion and where the mourn- Â¬ ers and the pall bearers sat along the walls facing the coffin in the center of the room their consciousness of the im- Â¬ portance of their position solemnly visi- Â¬ ble in their faces Uncle Abels death was the subject of the subdued whispers JVbmen the natural gravity of whose faces wanted nothing for fitness to the hour leaned forward over the children they had brought to exchange items coughing behind loose cotton gloves or hard large knuckled hands Isee hint goin by jest a Tuesday smart as a button an I says to Rufus TVal its wonderful how Uncle Abel does keep up He sat down front o the stove hot da3 twas too an complained o feelin kind o chilly an half an hour after he want conscious an next moniin he was dead Mis Peebles sent Sary for our warrain pan an I went right over an I see in a minute he want never jroin to nt up Outside the 3ard was half filled with men standing about in their best clothes among the beds of balsams and late pinks A long array of dusty buggies and waiting horses patient with the apathy of old age or whinnying and swishing their tails with the restless-Â¬ ness of youth stool outside the fence The serious quiet of the scene had a Sunday aspect but for the line of drying clothes flapping in the back yard ilrs Peebles household programme seemed not to have been disarranged The well stone at the side of the house was occupied by half a dozen men sit Â¬ ting with hats pushed to the backs of their heads and hands clasped across lank knees They were listening with an unconcern that betok- Â¬ ened indulgence rather than in Â¬ terest to the garrality of the two old men in their midst They could not have been far from Uncle Abels iige now that he was gone they were Sampsons oldest inhabitants They wen1 known as Ole Levi Cushin and Olc Chancy Ma sit The former was tall and large and skinny with a face of faded j eilow wrinkled iii countless sections and half covered by a white stubble he wore a calfskin vest though the da3 was warm and a woolen cap necessities to his thin blooded old age Ole Chancy Mash wTas short and cum bersomely fat with baggy white cheeks purply veined blurred and watery eyes and a protruding under lip which shook with palsied con- Â¬ high-clieek-boned -- don know as I shd a hed no particler fault to a found with Abel Hollinshead said Ole Chancy Mash calmly shifting his tactics ef hed a hed jest a leetle more enterprise a leetle more push Jest as d a man as ever I see but terrible lackin thar Ef I hednt a give him two or three histsI don know whar hed a ben He talked on fast in his high pitched quaver to prevent Ole Levi Cushin who sat dindy glowering at him from breaking in Backards Abel wus Well mcanin but he seemed to kind o1 want boostin Length o time it took him gettin mar- Â¬ ried now don know as 3e ever heerd little too good to be lost that thar He looked about tentativery eager over his hearers They sat in silent de- Â¬ pression Ole Chanc3r Mash had told about the length of time it had taken Uncle Abel to get married with varied alterations and digressions for some twenty 3ears Wal said the old man beginning slowly with a tremulous smile and rubbing his knotty hands together in the simple enjo3ment of living over the past which is the touching life of the old and in gratification at having an audience for his timeworn theme e might say t Abel want just amenable nerHaryit neither but I don know Taint manyd a hed fortitude for nineteen years o courtin He paused with an expectant chuckle But the pleasantry was a familiar one the solemn silence remained intact The voice of the preacher drifted out rising and falling in sonorous Hed spunk enough tew Harvit Galpindid said Ole Chancy Mash Mis Peebles she favors reflectively her considable Had enough sijrht more jnt up an git ahead n Abel looked long to the fust as though Abel want predestined to git her Hed ben goin thar stiddy fer a period o ten month afore he cd work hisself up tocomin to the pint an1 twouldnt a been brought to pass then ef it hadnt a been fer me I sa3s to him I kin recollect sa3in it 4I wouldnt go a gret amount on 3cr chances Abel sa3s I ef ye dont git it settled up middlin quick She h aint got the patience o Job taint likely thar haint no gal t has I sa3s Abel he was flustered easj flustered Abel was but he give in t I was talkin reason Wal I didnt reety look to see himfollcr nrj counsel bein so weak willed an procrastinatin as he he was but sure as 30 live twant long after- Â¬ wards I was goin long past Gal pinses place sot where the meetin house sets now didnt look much like it does now Sampson didnt Woods all round here an clean down to the river half a squar mile er so down to the centre was all t hed ben cleared off an jest a handful o houses Them woods said Ole Levi Cushin clever-hearte- I Or shake at deaths alarms pier Thar wus oncet t I kin recollect parÂ¬ ti cler it d ben snowin stidd- - fer a considable spell an them woods wus as full o tracks I was goin long past Galpinses place Ole Chancy Mash pursued shrilry an I heerd a kind o groanin noise t pearedto come from somewhar round an come to investigate thar wus Abel Hollinshcad settin b the corner o the fence takin on like all possessed What on airth s ailin 3e Abel says I She aint minded to hev me says Abel Wal I got him histcd up somehow ernotheran pinted fur hum But sa3s I Ye wont be wurth 3er salt Abel Isa3s ef je dont foiler her right up now t 3cre started Yell be lackin in jedgment Abel I Wal I didnt says an so I tell 3e much reckon t hed hev the gumption to heed me but he seen the wisdom o n words an he sort o spunked up a leetle an kep on goin to Galpinses some oftener n afore an come a 3ear er so an Harvit she give in t shed hev him pestered into it I reckon Wal ef it hadnt been fur their folks thed a settled down jest bout seven- Â¬ teen 3 ears sooner n the3 did took em jest seventeen 3ear astwus Ther aint much doubt but what their folks didnt do jet right In em that thar wus the gineral opinion The Hollinsheads they made the fust rump us Haiyit an Abel thc3d finly got it laid out when the3d git united an Hai it she wus niakin read fer the doius Wal the Hollinsheads ther up all to oncet an took exception to Haryits settin out Ole Mis Hollins- Â¬ head she went spearin round an dis kivered a cotton pillcr case an a hens feather piller an1 she declard t she wr nt goin to hev cm comin into her house an ole Hollinshead riz up in arms concernin one o the heifers tthe Galpinses was calclatin to give with Haryit he said twas stiff in the fore legs an underfed an he want goin to be put off with no sech trash Wal the Galpinses they flared up an they jawed back an forth them an the Hol- Â¬ linsheads fer a considable spell an the consekence wus thar want no Abel he give in meek as a weddin rabbit never cd stanup ginst a mus quiter Abel cdnt and Haiyit she didnt hev no chice but jest to stan back clearing his throat deliberately wus o beasts long pretty nigh chock full bout that time Ive shot more on em n 3e cd pint a stick at I kin remem- Â¬ ber staitin off with nry ole flint lock an a bite o somethin four or live times a week on a gineral average an Abel he didnt pertend to gainsay her I expect t hed hed such a run o disapintments t twouldnt a seemed natrel tiothin else Wal he jest let it drop as j e might look to see him an there wus a space o several 3ear went long afore nothin more wus said an5 I reckon twas Haryit stirred it up then Spring o twenty nine twas Abel was gettin long past thirty 3ear1 considable Id been married Twus that thar spring said Ole Levi Cushin in a high ke3T thar wus one o the biggest freshets t these parts ever see Thard ben freshets afore an thars ben freshets since but the3 aint Twus over-Â¬ nothin to compare to t flowed fer pretty nigh a quarter mile round the river an the old corduro road twas washed clean Spring o twenty nine twas Ole Chanc3r Mah resumed with ireful t Haiyit an Abel sot bout force gittin married agin Thar didnt pear to be nothin ginst it an Harj it d got her preparations quite a piece long twicet that wus t Haiyit d got Wal itd a ben a read surprise to the ginerality ef it hednt a fell through jest bout thar an sure enough Ole Mis Hollinshead she be gjin sa3in as how she wus gittin fee- Â¬ ble an she couldnt stan it hevin no more in the family an t it might so happen thar d be children to rout round an make a racket an a rumpus an she wus gittin so t noise distracted her an she couldnt run the resk an Abel he didnt hev the gumption to say a word ginst it Haiyit she wus considable mad I reckon t ef Hanit hed hed a sign o nother chance jest then she wouldnt a made no bones o takin it but folks hed got so habited to considerin her alongside o t twouldnt a Abel Hollinshead entered to nobodys plans manyin her not ef the3d ben minded to Wal passed long fer live er six year Olc Hollinshead he died an ole Mis Gal- Â¬ pin she wus took an olc Mis Hollins- Â¬ head shed got so broke down t she want good for nothin to speak of Hed so much lamenesst she want noways fit to be round the house thar was a while t she couldnt take a step ner hist her hands to her head The old man detailed the incident with seriousness His rural intimacy of knowledge of women kind in all do- Â¬ mestic minutia and the effeminacy of his old age rendored respectful his recollection of Old Mis Hollinsheads ailments She hednt the strength fer doin an when Abel riz up the subject o gettin married airin she wus readv an willin to hev somebody to take a holt an she didnt hev nothing to saj ginst it Wal then sure as 3e live twus olc Gal Â¬ pin t sot his fut down He declard t hed reared up Haiyit and pcrvided fer her fer thirty five 3ear an now t he wus feeble and ailin he want goin to be left to the care o strangers an mebbe git carted off an end his days in the poor houc Want much peace from hcn forrard ole Galpin an ole Mis Hollins- Â¬ head the3 wus at it pretty much the hull time Abel he jest sot back an let it alone s eemed to srit mcachiner as time pa ed on Abel did an Haryit I surmise t Haiyit was putt nigh tuckered out between em an didnt hev strength to do nothin Wal ole Galpin an ole Mis Hollins- Â¬ head U1C3 kep it up middlin livel een-a-mo- st Ole Galpin he declard t Abel Hollins- Â¬ head wus a lopsided critter anyhow an t Harit wus lucky- ef she didnt never git him an ole Mis Hollinshead she said t Haiyit wus an ole maid an Abel cd a hed plenty t wus enough sight likelier Tiny didnt let up neither on em till ole Mis Hollinshead died died suddent Wal 3ed a thought then theyd a settled down without no more dehryin But twus quite a spell want in no hum theirselves then They wus kind o gettin long Haryit an Abel wus an sort o habited to livin single an they want neither on em hot fur to nt married seein it hed gone so long Wal I says to Abel I kin recall sayin it Ye aint wise to put it off Abel says I tyeve been nineteen year gittin Abel married an its time je wus he give hood to 1113-- words alius hed said Ole Chancy Mash with pride tractable Abel was ef he hadnt a ben sech a faint spirited an vacillatin sorto critter I wouldnt a hed nothin to say gainst Abel Hollinshead Wal he laid it to heart an twant a gret while afore him an Haiyit worked round to it and went to the jestices office an wus united in the bonds o Ole Sam Horgan he wus matrimoin jestice an he said Ole Levi Wal he want sternly Adson Potter wus Cushin jestice at that thar time Ole Sam Horgans term o office hed ben run out They went into the jestices office Ole Sam Horgan by was jestice said an when Ole Chaney Mash sharply they cum out agin the wus one flesh Twus a surprise to the fer all time ginerality folks want lookin to see em do it no more n the3 hed Settled down with old Galpin I give em a The old man chuckled to cradle himself over the remembrance of his Ye wouldnt time honored waggery he added ruminat never a thought inglv toleAbeld a outlasted Harvit He wus alius considable spindliner There was a general stir among the knots of men in the front 3ard the -- stancy Yis yis he was repeating in a slight quavering voice which seemed an echo of its past strength we wus jest bout like brothers alius Abel an me jest bout His dim eyes were on the hearse standing at the front gate But there was little sorrow in his grotesque old face the rears had blunted his ca pacity for it Ole Levi Cushin1 peered at Mai from under his shaggy white brows with a sudden warmth of resent Â¬ ment -- PITH AND POfT services were nearing their close and a FOREIGN GOSSIP ncient powder horn still preserved ia procession was tacitly forming to look the family with religion zeal upon arartaok AmTkv TM raauft for the last time upon Uncle Abels 000 The Trench Government costs 463 whose creamy yellow surface Samuel brook fcrewt cfcoff francs or about 90000 an hour earthly remains The choir had sung Ellithorpe has left an accurate and care- Â¬ Tier A London lady died recently leav- ful sketch of the position of Washing Â¬ bi seasoning aw Toplady and was in process of Cmrthk out aad paste it ing 10000 to the Dogs Home at Bat tons forces in October 1775 not long State Street UdyFuck terses Servant of God well done before the British evacuated Boston T Jakey Fader der Rest from thy loved employ Bismarck smokes in his pipe the The horn is one of the largest ever The battle fought the victory won Mr CohR VL eat all fact that German- has 1500000 more seen being not less than a foot and a soup Enter thy Masters joy yoa show it todecTaftarf mm fly people now than in 1880 half long with the graceful spiral curv- Â¬ youbefore some xaore MiHtwtoe- It floated out to the group on the can get The Chinese have a custom of wear ature and taper that belonged to the ap Â¬ well stone The faults of rendition It costs twelve dollars a Bight eoidd not dissemble the quiet pathos of ing two watches because if ojieinakee pendages of our native cattle The space occupied by the sketch of the relative illuminate Liberty the simple strains nor did it matter sick and die other live This is aaother Heinrich Heines brother Baron positions of the two armies covers World that Uncle Abels loved employ had how costly it is to make a yremiM been for many years sitting behind Gustave Heine just dead at Vienna nearly half a square foot and the Ni Y rapAc the kitchen stove and smoking and left a fortune of man million florins to sketch itself is very full and exact attractive rarks a Smile when yoa can The batteries and earth works of the dozing alternately The undertaker his four children poet- - We cam do Eleanor of Castile the wife of Continentals are outlined with exceed- Â¬ new Hedged came out of the house and opened the asxi back door of the hearse one by one Charles HL of Prance planted during ing distinctness the barn like and un- Â¬ enough but what we are to snSa the waiting buggies filled and began her coronation year an orange tree in comfortable barracks are delineated in know is how a fellow is goiag Warren Pis Jfirrw forming in line A middle aged red the Versailles garden It is still flourish- Â¬ the background while the front bristles when he cant Beyond lies ing and bears fruit with menacing artillery Holding a skein of yara Jorajomaf bearded man came across the yard The Emperor of Austria is now Boston whose steep roofs and ancient lady is universally considered oe ol Hhm Come father he said helping Ole Levi Cushin to his feet with a strong named as a victim to over use of to-Â¬ gables seem to sleep in the sunshine of lightest and pleasantest of occspatsoWr Want to ride up to the buiy bacco He has been ordered to let cigars October with a lucidity of definition but holding yarn focafeUews hand alone instead of smoking twenty a softened and obscured by October hazes gets awful tiresome in ground dont ye of the old In the harbor lie The old man jerked his thumb back Â¬ day as hitherto he has done Anastasia about to be arriedr pattern with tier upon tier of guns Ned see if this reads all right foe tM as he slowly walked away The most successful music hall ward on his sons arm ditty in London of recent ears which peeping from open portholes Rude as invitations Ybur preseace w re-Â¬ is a correct and quested Devoted bratlwrz Hes gettin terrible childish he gave the composer a reputation and its method is the sketch said profit while its long course of popular- Â¬ spirited one and one of no small his-Â¬ Stop there sis It isnt grasssatwaL The horn bears the You mean Ole Chanc3 Mash looked after him ity endured had the thrilling refrain torical value Tour presents are re- Â¬ legend Samuel Ellithorpe His Horn and shook his head Ducky darling ducky darling I love IT H Independent- quested and is dated October 1775 It will be he de- Â¬ 3ou Hes dretful pulled down Thirty two hundred babies are boat clared commiseratingly hes a goin A Krupp cannon weighing one added to the collection of the Athenaj in the United States every day ta fast Emma A Ojrper in Frank Les- Â¬ hundred and twenty one tons was em- Â¬ um Hartford on the demise of the man never thinks of the other thirty lies Weekly barked a feAV days ago at Antwerp for present holder and ninety niae wfeea h The old teapot whence Putnam took one hundred Spezzia Jt is the largest cannon that is confined in a railroad car with a ECONOMY IN GAS has ever been made either at Essen or his tea on his way to Bunker Hill is the cherub that wants to see if it is possible last survivor of its set Its attested an-Â¬ The Quality of Light Dependent to a Great any where else Extensive orders have tiquity is nearly two hundred and fifty to howl louder than the engine ca lately been executed in Krupps works Extent Upon the Burners Used Boston Budqei years and though slightly damaged it whistle The cost of gas is a serious matter for the Italian Government Oh my dear generoos hngbaadr ex- Â¬ with many It is morelremarkable to Senor Don Jose Manuel Balcemeda has been pronounced by ceramic How graad murmurs the fond wife some that exercise what care the3T will the new President of Chili was born in perts a most beautiful specimen of its yon are wish I could be ar I only Why dearest aafa the bills vary but little and persist in 1810 and belongs to one of the highest kind The graceful old fashioned just one day shape with the projecting ledge being distressing tall This persist- Â¬ and best families of the republic He Becasse tkea that maintains the cover in place the the unsuspecting man ence has led to the humorous sugges- has been for fifteen years a member of buy a new bonnet for my lT would tion that gas meters are subject to a the Chamber of Deputies and enjoys a lucidity delicacy and beauty of the I little wife replies the deagamj translucence ing sort of unconscious cerebration or go high reputation as an orator and de Â¬ blue and the pale pearly If-- Y Ledger of the white rank the piece as a relic of creature on performing the functions of their bater The design is First Omaha man Have any sac office in a sort of somnambulistic state The authorities of Munich have no ordinary attraction that of a shepherd seated under a very cess on your hunting expeditaea when they should be in a state of re- Â¬ opened to the public at fifty cents per pose It is in comic testimony that a head the four grand palaces left by gnarled old trunk fondling a wounded Second Omaha man Tes coasider householder who used nothing but can- Â¬ King Ludwig Already a sum equal to lamb Blue lambs blue shepherds and ing the weather I did admirably By Simpkins the dles during one month found his gas 100000 has been secured and it is be- Â¬ trees of that cerulean tint are not veiy the way you remember common to be sure in real life but in poet he lives near where I was aad bill for that period as great as that of lieved that by treating the palaces as Well Well Bid he the preceding mouth museums enough money will be ob- Â¬ ceramics the seem to answer very well called on him O no I had Though it may be that gas meters are tained in time to liquidate his late and somehow the sense of propriety is read any of his poetry Omaha World not thereby outraged This historical my gun along occasionally parts of a conspiracy it Majestys debts relic as a companion piece to the other Dere am free tings saysTjBcle will be generally found that the re- Â¬ It is reported that at Dresden the will also probabty find its wa ultimate- Â¬ Ned wich ebery young pussoa Baas sponsibility for large bills lies with a experiment has been tried of placing a false system of economy in the house- Â¬ nickel lightning rod on a building The ly into the Athemeum collection which keep in mind good an dem tree tisg avcII stocked with antiqui- Â¬ am dese De wise man an de fool doaa hold Some facts about gas burning advantages claimed for this metal are is peculiarly ties The original sign of the inn kept quarrel but two fools or two wise aaea are but too well understood and some that being non corrodible it will last recognized defects are as yet irreme- Â¬ longer than iron and will also keep by General Putnam with the famous kaint get along so welL De maa what diable But a great deal depends on brittle at the points which latter is very General Wolfe firing a pistol in the marries a omaa case shes got saere the burner used The first econonry is essential to the efficiency of rods as foreground figures among the relics of sense den he has is neber allowed fcer the revolution The portrait is rude lose sight o dat fack De chile dat too in getting the right sort of burner both conductors of electricity but spirited It is appropriate there- Â¬ for the consumption of gas and for get- Â¬ The late Prince Alexander of Ly fore that the teapot whence Putnam soon shows signs of smartness deaa turn out ter be de smartest man ting the best quality of light Science nar prominently connected for many was served on his way to Bunker Hill Toledo Blade has done a great deal within three or 3ears with the diplomatic service of col-Â¬ four 3ears in the improvement of burn- Â¬ Prussia Avas married to an American should join its fellow relics of the JV Y Times BUSINESS AMIABILITY ers in the matter of saving and brill-Â¬ Miss Mary Parsons of Elmerhurst O lection iancy of illumination But no burner who survives him Their eldest son Coarteoas Treatment oftheKtch 4rMf ABOUT DYNAMITE is automatically proof against the his Serene Highness Prince Ernest and Its Commercial V1hs variations in the pressure of the gas George aged eleven years succeeds to How the Danjierou and Powerful Hrplo Bishop Ames of the Methodist Epis Â¬ sive I Manufactured supply Were it not for the difference the title and becomes head of the copal Church once delivered a senac Few people know what dynamite is in Washington in the presence of memin pressure the best results with the familv though the word is in common use It bers of Congress the President aad a least waste could be readily secured is a giant gun powder that is an ex-Â¬ A perfect light depends upon the large number of other Government offi Â¬ REVOLUTIONARY RELICS plosive material varying in strength right quantity of air to a given supply cials on the subject of amiability ia Old Tea of gas at the point of the burner If A Powder Horn and an Putnam Pot and safety of handling according- to the business His text related to the perÂ¬ That Scred General percentage of nitro glycerine it con- Â¬ sonal characteristics of the prophet the gas rushes out with a force greater A rejic of old Worcestershire warc than the burner is designed for the a blue and pearl white teapot that tains Nitro glyeerine whence it derives Daniel the loading characteristic of heat of the flame is reduced and its has survived the accidents and incidents its streugth is composed of ordinary whom was amiability of deportaeHt com- Â¬ acid brightness is correspondingly dimin- Â¬ of more than two centuries and has glycerine and nitric winning to Daniel by his traits nearly pounded together in certain propor- Â¬ all with whom he cams in contact ished and a percentage of figured in many historical episodes gas escapes for which the house-Â¬ has lately been rescued from the ol tions and at a certain temperature From this starting point the Bishop to pay without having any scurity of one of those sunken cup Â¬ Nitro glycerine though not the strong- proceeded to sum up some of theob holder has benefit from it If the gas comes out boards so common in New England est explosive known being exceeded in servations of his own long life show feebly with less force thau the burner houses built a hundred years ago or power by nitrogen and other products ing how men of his acquaintance had is designed for it is not spread out suf- more The old teapot is now in the of chemistry is thus far the most ter-Â¬ succeeded in their several occupations ficiently to get enough aiivso that com- Â¬ possession of Dr Francis Gerry Fair- Â¬ rible explosive manufactured to any ex-Â¬ by the practice of habitual courtesy bustion is imperfect and though all field of Xo 27 Stuyvesant street hav Â¬ tent Nitro glycerine itself is not safe without insincerity this trait of course the gas is burned the light is poor ing descended to that gentleman from to handle hence dynamite is preferred accompanied by honesty and inÂ¬ It is extensively made and consumed in Attention given to these matters and his Other things being equaL who par- Â¬ the United States under the various dustry useless lights are not ticipated in the war of 1756 commonly the care tiiat said the great preacher I al names of Giant Hercules Jupiter and parts of the styled the war of Queen Anne burning in prefer to buy my good3 Atlas powders all of which contain any Â¬ wa3s house will make some difference in the The original owner of the relic was where from twenty to eighty per cent of at the store from that clerk who expense account It is desirable how- Â¬ Samuel Ellithorpe who settled as a has a friendly word and a kindly look ever that some one should invent a 3oung man on the southern limit of the nitro glycerine the residue of the of recognition So too I prefer to deal regulator to control the pressure to the grant to Sir William Brattle after compound being made up of rotten with that business man who has a The pressure whom Brattleborough Vt is named stone non explosive earth saw dust pleasant demeanor and treats me like guage of the burner must be adapted to the burner for a The teapot is the last survival of the charcoal plaster of paris black powder a brother Other things being equaL or some other substance that takes up good light and no waste Chicago table set given to Mrs Ellithorpe the glycerine and makes a porous such a clerk and such a business man whose maiden name was Marsh on the spongy mass Nitro glycerine was dis-Â¬ will win where others of different social celebration of the nuptials of the ad- Â¬ covered by Salvero an Italian chemist qualities will faiL INCISORS THE RATS The good Bishop long since passed to venturous young squire whose deed in 1540 Jjynamite is prepared by final rest but the lesson he sought to A Xcver Censinjr Action of the Kodcnts from Brattle is still in existance and simply kneeding with the naked hands Teetli Xecesary to Its Existence comprised the larger part of the flour Â¬ twenty five per cent of infusorial earth impress upon the young on the ocÂ¬ The sagacity and ingenuity of the rat ishing town of Stafford Conn The and seventy five of nitro glycerine casion of which we speak is as im- Â¬ are as curious as remarkable When he ancient residence of the fiit Squire until the mixture assumes a putty con- Â¬ portant now as it was then and em-Â¬ ployer and emploed in all branches of is hard pressed for food he will attack Elthorpe occupied the summit of what dition not unlike moist brown sugar trade and industry could heed it with Gold- Â¬ is believed to be the highest elevation aiy thing weaker than himself Before mixing the infusorial earth is profit In politics the lack of amia Â¬ smith savs frogs had been introduced of the Connecticut It was a low large calcined in a furnace in order to burn bility has sent many a candidate to the into Ireland some time before the brown rambling one story building in the out all organic matter and it is also rat and had multiplied abundantly st le of Elizabeth and as built about sifted to free it of large grains Whili rear and in business depending upon but the were pursued in their marshes the year 1680 Here the first squire still moist it is squeezed into cartridges the voluntary favor of the public and what business does not it marked the by this kind of rat and eaten clean out lived and died but his second successor which are prepared of parchment paper line between success and failure for of the Emerald Isle A rat which at- in 1764 erected a new structure of more and the firing is done by fulminate of many a firm Courteous treatment or tempted to capture the chicken of a imposing height on a sheltered shelf of silver in copper capsules provided with game fowl found the pluck of the game the hill some live or six furlongs east patent exploders Nitro glycerine is the rich and poor alike thus has noJ onty a commercial value above estiÂ¬ fowl to his sorrow for he was killed bT and opened a sort of inn for the accom- Â¬ made of nitric acid one part and sul mate but it comes very near to the ful-Â¬ the mother with beak and spur in modation of travelers a procedure phuric acid two parts to which is add Â¬ twelve minutes The hen seized it b very popular in those times This rep-Â¬ ed ordinary glycerine and the mixture fillment of a divine command Laun Â¬ dry Journal the neck shook it violently put out an resentative of the race which is now is well washed with pure water Â¬ eye and soon made an end of the con- extinct so far as legitimate issue is con- Â¬ The infusion is composed of small MUSICS CHARMS test Farmers are often puzzled to ac- Â¬ cerned married Miss Amy Johnson microscopic silicious shells which have rats in wheat stacks where the daughter of one of the most celebrated lost their living creatures count for The celluÂ¬ Staid SeotchsjeH Who IadJsaattaa Wm grain is fixed to closely together and with Indian fighters of his day Moses John- Â¬ lar parts receive the nitro glycerine and Soothed by a Tenor Voice such compactness but the rat gets son whose exploits are still preserved hold it b capillary attraction both in Â¬ Here is a story of a meeting of credit Â¬ there being tossed up with the sheaves in local tradition This third Squire side and out The earth is verv light ors The place was an old fashioned to the rick where the multiply to Ellithorpe who rejoiced in the Scriptural Water is expeled from by means of a Scotch borough fast dwindling into a it such an extent that what seems fair on appellation of Samuel was a young and furnace and then in the form of a powÂ¬ village and the meeting was held ia the outside is like a rat pie on the in- Â¬ ambitious man when the war of the der it is mixed with nitro glycerine the smoke room of the largest inn the side The propensity of the rat to Revolution commenced and the musket-Nitro glycerine has a sweet aromatic time being an hour in the eveaiag gnaw is not so much to get food or to sh t that signaled the birth of a great pungent taste and the peculiar proper-Â¬ when every ones work was dose A get through from one place to another nation was fired at Lexington one raw ty of causing a violent headache when chairman was appointed the usuaLpre but the never ceasing action of his April morning No sooner had tidings placed in a small quantity on the tongue liminaries were gone through and thea teeth is necessary for his existence of the scrimmage journeyed into Con or statement of affairs was read Sad writ It freezes at forty degrees Fah- Â¬ thesay The rat has four small long and very nctticut that Israel Putnam dropped his renheit becoming a white half to there were no assets- - By this crystal sharp teeth two of which are on the plow handle and his springs work and ized mas which must be time most of thoe oresent had filled upper and two on the lower jaAv If set out to join the patriot forces On the application of water at melted by their pipes and ordered comforting a tempera- Â¬ one of the teeth be removed from anj the way he stopped for the night The debtees one hundred degrees Fah- Â¬ and soothing drinks- Samuel Ellithorpes inn in ture aboutAmerican Analyst cause the opposite tooth will continue at solicitor had no offer to make renheit to grow upwards and as there is noth- Â¬ Sr iflbrd and it was this same and for a time there was a dead tea pot that served ing to grind it away will project from old The Utica Observer and Albany pause and eveiy one looked very the mouth and turn upon itself or if out the beverage on that mo Â¬ Journal are bragging about their aged blue indeed- - But presently on of th With him went compositors The oldest type setter on company remembered that the debt el it be an under tooth it will even run in Â¬ mentous occasion to the skull above The ceaseless Saniiel Ellithorpe leaving the care of the Observer has worked on the case had a capital tenor voice and he sug working of the rats incisors against things to his voung wife Amy also his forty nine ears and for thirty 3ears in gested to the chairman that as he the some liard substance is necessary to brother-in-laCaptain Nathan Wash- Â¬ the Observer office Two others have debtor could make no offer to his credit Â¬ keep them down and if he did not gnaw burn who married Honor Ellithorpe been sticking type thirty six and thirtv- - ors he could at least give them a soag for his subsistence he would be com- Â¬ one of the courtliest dames of New En Â¬ two 3ears and two others have been in The suggestion was met with consider Â¬ pelled to gnaw to prevent his jaw be- Â¬ gland society in those days Both were the Observer office twentv six and twen able approval and was at once acted ing gradualty locked b their rapid de- Â¬ among the famous hundred Connecticut ty four 3ears The Journal says it can upon The unfortunate maa was called velopment Nobod- - has any pity for men who responded to Putnams invita- Â¬ beat that easity Its oldest compositor into the room and very much te his this whiskered vermin race as of the tion to follow him to the field of Bunker has been at the case fifty nine years astonishment was asked to siag to the pauper boy in Oliver Twist Hit him Hill and though in the thickest of the and for forty years on the Journal An- Â¬ meeting He gave them TheaYealt Phila Â¬ melee and within a few feet of General other has been on the Journal since Remember Me and several ether ap hard he aint a got no friends delphia Call Joseph Warren when he fell neither 1810 and for a quarter of a century propriate songs which set with raj was injured was foreman of the composing room ous applause and before the And this may furnish the preface by his brother has been steadily employed broke up thej unanimously Toted on a war The Mexican army when footing has 160963 men divided as wny of digression to the description of on the Journal for thirty five years and h immediate discharge- - Wfce wflLaaf v a ther and more remarkable relic of fourth has had thirty two years aftT this that the art of sisgiaaheeid follows Infantry 131522 cavalry 25 the siege of Boston This consists in an J service in the same office If T Sun not be cultivated 790 and artillery 3600 OrittimL 0 m Vrc Eg -- ik tttar jPi s4r -- men-of-w- ar man-of-w- yiec Â¬ I half-consum- ed great-great-grandfat- out-of-the-w- ay Inter-- Ocean V v Â¬ blue-and-whi- te w 1 e i 1 tfZW p- - - -far muL rfeeoM beacces- SagMSw fheawrMaf tfee thiafrset eerUy t Mtfcer JMIpiwBilHnii w 1 field yptf 9WtaaatiK W ei ile kIt a the fMteriartfWritecfMairisgMBR ofasclivp Be yrti tn aa a 0 gae Jtth tfat - mtrefwA kM fr Sfea WSUaU to eiphr tay are miii bfju of tW RESIGNATION Xfeaet VI JDar ersr oUrafe tke heights or fame 3e8Tcifc oaUiwi M augr Bwsr I wis glorious same well plased ears the worlds I de set care I sfeewld set care Ishealdsotcare -- Wksnk all efescare aad lowly be my lot Theses bos pass idly fey and know me not Tfcewgh I sfcoeld die sad straightway toe forgot Ieeldtoare Tke aghsll ihe world should tread shun the path I Theagh words of shanieaad scorn or me were said Why Thee the grasses waved abore my head T weald aot care I woald aot care a cent Were I a piees hermit most XiTisg is lowly hermitage severe On thirty thoasaHd dollars say a year X weald not care Bwdctie in Brooklyn Eagle austere SWISS HOME LIFE Lin- - Sewitifnl Children Who Are guists and Merchants h Tbelr Rude Valley Schools Industrious Cheerful Iace Makers Tho Xjone Gay Winters Farm Â¬ ing on the Sides of Mountains Every Swiss child no matter what Hs or lier position or condition in life Taiows how to read and write if he is pable of learning how I have been surprised to see how rapidly many of of the guides and donkey boys can read imy liandwriting or how quickly they trill spell or write the name of anyplace or mountain inquired about I have been frequently assured by our drivers and guides that all children must go to school three months hi a year The law they said was selir sdir strong very strict about that none could be ex- -- sbbbe cused I have been told too that now every Swiss child was required to learn German whether it was the language of the canton in which lie lived or not and nearly all whom I have met could speak either French or German or ivould answer in the language in which I addressed them unless quickly perÂ¬ ceiving by my accent that I was English or American they would answer a question put to theni in French or German in English In one of the deepest of these valleys into which the sun can onlv send its rays a very few hours in the longest days of summer and in winter scarcely at alL I went into the little school house of the valley It was a chilly cheerless place but there was a black Â¬ board and maps were on the wall The narrow straight backed seats of the cheapest construction seemed such a contrast to those pleasant com- Â¬ fortable desks and seats with which nearly all our little country school houses are now furnished such a con Â¬ trast to our bright school rooms fur-Â¬ nished often with globes and pictures many of them with flowers that I could not but with little vanity con- Â¬ gratulate myself with having at home in our country the best schools in the world Only that a terrible scarifyer of statistics which I found in a French magazine comparing our own reports as to the numbers who could not read and write in some of our so called most enlightened States that boast of a won Â¬ derful school system with like reports of various countries in Europe quite took a boastful spirit out of me School houses arc not schools and the latter must be estimated according to what they do for the people who are taught in them Every little toddling in Switzerland must also earn its living as soon as it can lisp its own name either in some work on in taking care of one younger than Itself All along tho roadside through the valleys are little board shelters where on shelves thus protect- Â¬ ed wood carvings and Swiss lace are offered for sale or a little bright eyed slender limbed chamois tended by some child is to be seen for a few cent-Â¬ imes to be added to the store which is to keep these people from starvation during the long winter for which they must look out with care Under one of these sheds to day I saw two little girls who had it in charge and stopped to speak with them Both were making lace their little fingers flying so that I could hardly see them as they handled the bobbins any more than the spokes of a wheel In full motion and the smallest of these children was no larger than are most children at five years old in our country though she told me she was eight- - When I patted the little head and expressed surprise that such a lit-Â¬ tle tiling should be able to make lace nicely so the older sister told with loving pride me that had earned her own living by Anna laee woridng already for two years They begged me to buy the piece I saw her making for there are two younger five of us they said than we are and we are schr armc trcs pauvrc very poor they said trying In three languages to make me com- Â¬ prehend the situation and induce me to buy Both could read and write they told me And where is your mother1 1 asked She was in the field and their father was a trager i e one who stays about the hotels and gets any job that comes to hand of carrying people afraid or unable to go up the mountain on horseback or on mules up in a chair set upon a litter borne In two such men for exactly the same price as is paid for a horse and the one man who leads him up with the man or woman on his back Or a trager carries up their trunks upon his shoul- Â¬ ders while they thus ride up borne by The sisters begged other tragers me to buy assuring me again that thej were very poor they wanted to get gome breakfast they said And have you had no breakfast yet I asked for it was now past twelve oclock Sehr wenig they said very little The mother could not give them smy aay this morning she must go to the -- The elder seemed mother like I washed down the sides of the mount mat the little one should ains by the heavy rains In time a soil make a sale of her lace though little is formed upon the top of these narrow Anna said You see hers is nicer than sloping beds thus made on which po- Â¬ mine for she is olderyou see and can tatoes and some coarse grains are make much nicer lace than I can of grown But it must be a trade dread- Â¬ course my lady it is better that you ful as that of gathering samphire to buy hers than mine make these little farms and then to till tnougnt of Wordsworths idyl them and gather the crops One can -e are seven The beauty of their not but ask what will not a man give kindliness and love for each other in for liis life or what not do to forestall their poverty if not of face or feature starvation L H St in Detroit Trib-Â¬ made me glad Both were ex- Â¬ une quisitely clean face and hands and hair This was also neatly combed SOLAR ENGINE There were no bangs falling over their foreheads but every hair was drawn An Invention Whose Importance Can Not Yet Be Estimated back and fastened as though not a The telegraph recently mentioned the stray hair should blind their eyes or completion of Captain Ericssons im- Â¬ hinder them in their work We drove provement on his solar engine For a back through this valley and the sun dozen years or more this incomparable had long been out of sight behind the high western mountains when we inventor has devoted his genius mainly passed their little stall But both to the perfection of this engine althoughÂ¬ torwere there still at work their little in the meantime he has invented a pedo boat that promises to revolution- Â¬ fingers flyingno less nimbly than in the ize once more the methods of naval morning when I first saw them They warfare and coast defense Indeed a recognized me and bowed and smiled dozen years ago he in gratefully for the poor small purÂ¬ practical operationhad a solar enginehis was not but it chase I had made of them I dare say design that it should be able to compete it was the only sale they had made with engines using ordinary fuel in tem-Â¬ during the day Dear little Swiss lace perate regions His purpose has been makers in the valley of Lauterbrunnen to invent for the future when the supply 3rou gave me far more than I did you of fuel shall have become depleted in the in the few francs I paid for your lace great manufacturing regions of Eu- Â¬ Your lives shall henceforth be a part rope Due consideration he has said of mine and the red threads in your can not fail to convince us that the lace will signify to me the life blood rapid exhaustion of tho European coal- Â¬ of two of my little sisters I am fields will soon cause great changes with sure I shall find you again some- Â¬ reference to international relations in where sometime It was not chance favor of those countries which are in that led me to your little stall to Â¬ possession of continuous sun power day Your paths in life crossed mine Upper Egypt for example will in the to teach me a broader tenderer hu Â¬ course of a few centuries derive signal manity I was never so thankful for advantage and attain a high political my very imperfect understanding and position on account of her perpetual use of the French and German lan Â¬ sunshine and the consequent command guages over which I have spent of unlimited motive force The time mouths and years of late night and will come when England must stop her early morning study I did not know mills for want of coal Upper Eg3pt why only that I was irresistibly drawn then with her unceasing sun powrer to read and know them as I have been will invite the European manufacturer for their help to get at the heart of to remove his machinery and erect his these poor peoples lives their homes mills on the firm ground along the sides to find out how they lived what sun- Â¬ of the alluvial plain of the Nile where shine came into them an amount of motive power may be ob- Â¬ And how do you live in winter I tained many times greater than that asked of the guide who was leading now employed by all the manufactories my horse through one of these passes of Europe the other day Captain Ericsson has computed the 0 sclir gcmulhlicli he replied mechanical power that would result which means both kindly and cheerily from utilizing the solar heat on a strip and he explained to me that the people of land a single mile in width along the in these valleys were very freundlich rainless coast of America the southern wiiteinander they visited each other a coast of the Mediterranean the Nile the good deal in short were schr viunler Tigris and Euprates the Persian Gulf gay in the long winters and the Red Sea an aggregate length And what do these people live on of land exceeding 8000 miles accessible I asked by water communication On such a 0 they had potatoes he said and the strip 22000000 solar engines equal to vegetables that they raised in summer 100 horse power each could be kept in and they had their goats and they had operation nine hours a day by utilizing bread a few had a cow They could only the heat now wasted on the waterget wood from the mountains they fronts of these sunburnt regions made their houses warm and they lived It would require pages to merely mengaily tion the inventional and scientific And what do you do all the long achievements of the wonderful genius winter when you can not work in the who gave us the Monitor in the most fields and when the sun scarcely shines trying period of our National struggle on you for months for existence There is hardly a field The women he said spun the flax of scientific inquiry in which he has not that I saw them spreading and turning operated At the age of thirteen he was in the fields they made the lace that I put in charge of the work of a section of saw them selling they embroidered the an important ship canal and when only handkerchiefs I saw in the shops The a child of nine jears he devised a re- Â¬ men got the wood and they carved the markable pumping engine He is now articles that I saw in shops in all Swiss in his eighty seventh year yet he works towns and that I saw in all these places ten hours a day and is in robush health along the road They were very indus- Â¬ In many respects he is the most re- Â¬ trious and skilful and ingenious The markable mechanical genius the world latter traits I could well believe they has ever known Milwaukee Sentinel possessed when I saw them with a sharp pointed knife alone turn a small CARRIER PIGEONS block of wood into a deer or a chamois that really seemed alive and leaping Where They Were First Trained for MakÂ¬ ing Long Journeys from crag to crag of the mountain It is not known with what nation the heights use of the carrier pigeon originated Do you ever have meat to eat I but there is no doubt that the custom is asked very ancient The Romans used the Gar kein flcisch was his reply birds for this purpose and Sir John Ever have coffee or tea to drink Mandeville one of the earliest travelers Nothing of that kind he said and yet like Wordsworths little maid who from Europe to the Orient states that ate her supper on her sisters grave he found them used in the same way he had his way and insisted that among the Asiatics We have the as- Â¬ they lived comfortably though sehr sertion of the poet Tasso for believing arme1 very poor and were gay dur-Â¬ that they were so employed during the siege of Jerusalem in 1099 and it is an ing the long winters undoubted historical fact that they were Do the slides of snow avalanches used during the crusade of St Louis in never come down here I asked 1250 The most remarkable instance Yes sometimes they did he said of the use of carrier and he pointed out a place where one times was during pigeons in modern the siege of Paris fell three years ago burying a man and in 1870 They have been more gen Â¬ four children the mother was out and erally used in Turkey than in any escaped other country for many centuries and And have the people never a warn Â¬ the art of training them is under-Â¬ ing of their fall I further inquired stood to be carried to its greatest per-Â¬ so that they could escape to a safer fection there The trainer takes the place pigeons when they have acquired full They were more likely to fall in strength of wing in a covered basket to the spring he said but they never a distance of about half a mile from their knew when or just where they would home here the are set at liberty and fall And so they lived on That the thrown into the air and if any fail in could have their joys gather some sun Â¬ returning home from this short distance shine into their lives live gcmuthlich they are regarded as naturally stupid and muntcr as he said they did in and no time is wasted in endeavoring to the long sunless winters I was glad train them Those that do come home and thanked God I was glad more are trained by being taken to greater than glad thankful tfith the deepest distances progressively increased to religiousness of my heart that by these forty or fifty miles When the bird is simple and sincere revelations of their able to accomplish this flight he may be lives I could bring them nearer my own trusted to fly any distance over lands life and without loving nearer neigh Â¬ within the limits of physical power bors less love 1113 most distant ones the This drilling must be begun very early more for these glimpses if they some- Â¬ or even the best breeds of birds will not times make my eyes hot and my head become good carriers It is the general ache with weeping over their hard plan to keep the birds in a dark room lives for some hours before they are used Shall I tell you how the Swiss of They are then fed sparingly but these vallevs make land and et their are given all the water they farms Passing along I sec on some can drink Tho paper on which high steep mountain slopes which have the message is written is then a sunny exposure row after row of what carefully tied round the upper part of resembles the milestones along our rail Â¬ the birds leg or to one of the large ways only these stones are not more feathers of the tail so as not to impede than three or four yards apart Neither its flight in any way The feet are are they all stones but slabs of wood washed in vinegar to keep them from fastened in the crevices of the rock or getting too dry during the birds flight As I came so as to tempt it to descend to water propped up in some way nearer to some of them lowest on the and run the risk of getting its message mountain tide I noticed that they were wet The ordinary rate of flight for a one to another by platted or in- Â¬ carrier pigeon is from twenty to thirty joined terwoven withes and supple branches miles an hour though instances of of trees making a fence of a couple of much more rapid flight are 011 record These rows extended The pigeon when thrown up into the feet in length up the steep rocky sides of the moun- Â¬ air at first flies round and round This tains to dizzy heights that one can is evidently for the purpose of sighting hardly look up to nor could I imagine some landmark that it knows When how people had climbed lip these steep this is perceived the bird instantly flies bare rocks to fasten the posts and then toward it and as other familiar land- Â¬ to weave and twist the withes that marks come gradually into sight con- Â¬ united them On inquiring what these tinues its journey on till its home is fences were for I learned that they reached If no landmark is perceived were made with great difficulty and the bird is bewildered and lost and langer to make a lodgment for the par- Â¬ finally returns to the earth again ades of rock that ff ce off and are Chicago Inter Ocean Â¬ iiiubj anxious HOME AND FARM Feather beds and woolen blankets become dirty and need much airing Exchange Cream Cake Two cupfuls sugar one cupful of water six eggs three cupfuls flour two teaspoonful3 baking MATTERS OF HISTORY Txb Bible published in Latin in 1455 is Jhe earliest complete printed book known Glass mirrors were first used spectacles weit invented and clocks made to strike in the thirteenth century The first book printed in England was by Caxton in 1474 Its title is The game and playe of tho chesse Dcrixg the three days of the massacre of St Bartholomew August 23 25 1572 there were over 50000 victims sacrificed Ik the historic period of Rome the hus-Â¬ band treated his wife as a faithful slave something better than his dog a little dearer than his horse The first person upon whom tho title of doctor was ever conferred was William Gardenia The college at Asti gave the degree in the year 1329 George III reigned 60 years as King of England then the monarch having the next longest reign is Henry III 5G then Edward IIL 50 Victoria 49 Elizabeth 45 Henry VIIL 40 Henry L 35 Edward L 35 George IL 33 Charles IL 25 When-- Captain Cook first visited Tahiti the natives were using nails of wood bone shell and stone When they saw iron nails they fancied them to be shoots of some very hard wood and desirous of securing such a valuable commodity they planted tksao in their gardens Thkre were nine higher institutions uf learning in the English American colonies before tho breaking out of the old war for independence Among those were Harvard in Massachusetts William and Mary in Virginia Yale in Connecticut Dartmouth in New Hampshire and University of Pennsylvania In January and February 1780 the cold was so intense that the harbor of New York was so strongly bridged with ice that the British dragged cannon over it from New York to Staten Island The garrison and inhabitants cutoff from their usual sup- Â¬ plies by water experienced a great scar- Â¬ city of fuel and fresh provisions Â¬ Â¬ Wants tke Ifeets Mr Editor I and my neighbors bars been led so many times into buying differ Â¬ ent things for the liver kidneys and blood that have done us more harm than-- good I feel it due your readers to advise thena when an honest and good medicine like Dr Barters Iron Tonic can be had Yours truly As Ou Scbsckibzx Ex Em swAVNrs 1 M f a i y powder Toledo Blade A few diops of ammonia in hard water will not only soften it but will re- Â¬ move dirt better than soap It is always a good article to use when bathing the person and the water in which it is diluted makes an excellent stimulent to house and other plants The House hold No implement on the farm will pay for itself sooner than a good cutter The proper preparation of thefeed is a very important matter It not only saves in quantity but gives better results in yield of milk beef wool and other ani- Â¬ mal products N E Farmer To sweep a room without raising dust scatter damp grass or dampened bits of paper over the carpet This not only prevents the flying of dust but saves the carpet from wear and tear Either grass or paper is better than tea leaves or bran often recommended as the former leaves no stain or spot Qood Housekeeping Never make sheeps eyes at a young lady who is possessed of a big brother H might lamb joxl Boston Transcript m The irrita tion which induces coughing immediately Bronchial relieved bv use of J5ro Troches Sold only in boxes Price 25 cts HOAKSEXE3S -- Cough3 xxr V Mfr IBMM xnuwrniufx V XfwA I ftl PILLS rVvwwV PU f M slide in mind when he wrote Tid Bits of Man Darwin must have had the toboggam The Descent m oOREST0RR CNSllSH Lt Secret involuntary drains upon the system promptly cured Large book giving particulars 10 cents in stamps Address Worlds Dispensary Medical Asso-Â¬ ciation 663 Main Street Buflalo N Y mm - TESKEAT CURE FOR Msx ofa note bank cashiers Times Whitehall ITCHING PILES i SjUIB veiydstrei3TI1l BKiar andcontinao tmaoraforaiwhiclts to aws becomiBr 5 ten bleed feS WOMEN or h W4lBf rew4 IsSrmlUea fMiIkr t tktir mx mkosld aaSTer- firoot try alRoistBrteiiitch stlasinK most at ntf Hlccratfc OTll iMll llfis SWAYNES OlXTXBXt ZPT1I rJUpiv StorsKchi3KfchleeuinsbaJa ulceration and In maaj- OfiiTwm nhflfNs cases reicoTea tha l ML HI KS - of Trerr asTi Â¬ Â¬ Ice weighs as ordinarily packed about fifty pounds to the cubic feet At one hundred pounds a day for the ordi- Â¬ nary consumption of a farm dairy a ton would be used up in twenty days A ton and a half a month is a moderate supply to have From this the farmer can easily calculate the amount to be stored allowing twenty per cent for waste Boston Bulletin Pound Cake One pound of flour one p ound of butter one pound of sugar four eggs and two teaspoonfuls extract of lemon Beat the butter to a cream add the sugar and flour mix well add the extract and well beaten eggs and beat the mixture twenty minutes Line a cake tin with buttered paper and bake in a moderate oven The Caterer While much of the original forest remained with only a few clearings it was a great protection to wheat by hold- Â¬ ing snow evenly over the surface durÂ¬ Now the ing the coldest weather winds have such a sweep that most of the snow is drifted in the banks to the fences where it does more harm than good On prairie soil wheat is always best next the fences Cleveland Leader The plants which one adopts in a rotation of crops must correspond to the nature of the climate and of the soil and to the circumstances of the farm and be so arranged one after another according to the degree of manure in which the field is that the culture of the preceding fruit may leave the soil in such a state that the cultiva- Â¬ tion of the after fruit may require no extraordinary labor and care upon it Detroit Tribune Tapioca cream pudding is simply made and is very nice Soak two tablespoonfuls of tapioca in half a pint of milk over night in the morn- Â¬ ing beat the yelks of three eggs very light and mix them with the tapioca and a cup of sugar stir into one quart of boiling milk and boil for five minutes flavor with lemon or vanilla and when cool put the whites of the eggs beaten to a froth on the top Boston Budget The theory of DrWilsonof Meriden that the burning of kerosene oil has something to do with diphtheria is in- Â¬ teresting There were eventy one deaths from diphtheria in the town of Meridct in one year and by personal investigation Dr Wilson found that in every case the family used kerosene lamps There were many other cases in Meriden that year the spread of the disease being from contagion But not in a single case where gas or candles were used was there a death from that disease New Haven Journal In potting plants first be careful that your pot is quite clean then take a piece of broken crock place at the bottom over the hole then add a few more after which place in a little soil then put in your plant being sure that you do not get it too deep put in a little soil keeping your plant well in the cen- Â¬ ter of your pot press down firmly with the thumb of the right hand and so till within one inch of the top Always put the plant in the shade after giving a good watering for a day or two Chicago Tribune SNOW sS Wrj Ae2-- THECLDSTMEDCfNESWIiSSOLQIYMUeQKI CHEA FSST hii- refta wm Nerve AM D KST XIHCM T0XrA3aTtP IX TME THE BEST TONIC m endorse Red Star Cough Cure as safe prompt sure 25 cents a bottle Neuralgia Is cured in a single night by St Jacobs Oil the gteatest remedy of the age CoxoaESSMEU This medians combines Iron with pais Tecetabl tonics and is inrlombls for Disoises peculiar to Women and all who lead aedentar lirea It En Â¬ W01U PAHS I Womak will always be a puzzle but the man who will give her up isnt worthy of the name SomervilU Journal m conventional rules and think that if we make a discovery that is of benefit to our fellows we ought to spread the fact to the whole land Therefore we cause to be pubÂ¬ lished throughout the land the fact that Dr R V Pierces Golden Medical Discovery Is the best known remedy for consumption scrofula of tho lungs and kindred dis- Â¬ eases Send 10 cents in stamps for Dr Pierces complete treatise on consumption with unsurpassed means of self treatment Address Worlds Dispensary Medical As- Â¬ sociation 603 Main Street Buffalo N Y SroRTiNO men want the earth If a cham- Â¬ pion wrestler in a matoh turns his back on it he is lost JT 0 Ficasun Actors Vocalists Public Speakers praise Tar ales Honey of Pikes Toothache Horehound andone minute Drops Cure in -- some doctors from advertising leir skill but we are bound by no such Profeulonal Etiquette in fact thoroughly 1 BTlserat es Clears the complexion andznakesthe akin smooth not blacken teeth It doesconstipation the other cause headache ex produce Iron medicine t da all Mrs Mart E Coixrss SteabesriUeOhio ears used Browns Iron Bitters for Female Weakness I with great benefit after harinx been treated by two physicians without relief I now am in better health than I haye been in years Mbs Wm H Woods Lehighton Pa says Ml used Browns Iron Bitters for loss of strength frota nursing a strong healthy baby I could not do my work without this raluabla tonic and cordially re Â¬ commend it Genuine has above Trade Mark and crossed red lines on wrapper Take no other Made only by BROWX CHEMJCAL CO UAXTJLMOUKMD riches and PariSes the Bleed Stlaaalates the Appetite Strengthen the Dlaaclea and CURES ALL OkteTaalocXiSeraaL- SOc a Bottle SOLD BT DRUGGISTS DR BADWAYS PILLS For the cure ofrall disorders of the Stomach Llrer ULHeswe uLoM of AppeUte Headache Cosuvene s Indigestion Biliousness Fever InflammaUon of tbo Bowels Piles and all aersngements of the internal Viscera Purely vegetable containing no mercury minerals or deleterious drugs Price as cents per bor Sold by all druggists Bowels Kidneys Bladder Xenroua later Testimony DYSPEPSIA 7S7--2y23 Ax early settler one who pays for his lodging before retiring Texas Sif tings m TJklhos other cathartics Dr Pierces Pellets do not render the bowels costive after operation but on the contrary estao lish a permanently healthy action Being entirely vegetable no particular care is re Â¬ quired while using them By druggists A bxsb bxlt captain is teaching school this winter in a Vermont town It is still the bat and bawl with him Boston Tran- Â¬ script Mrs A M Dauphin Philadelphia has done a great dealto mako known to ladies there the great value of Mrs Pinkhams Vegetable Compound as a cure for their troubles and diseases She writes as follows A young lady of this city while bathing some years ago was thrown vio- Â¬ lently against the life line and the injuries received resulted in an ovarian tumor which grew and enlarged until death seemed certain Her physician finally advised her to try Mrs Pinkhams Compound She did so and in a short time the tumor was dissolved and she is now in perfect health I also know of many cases where the medicine has been of great value in preventing miscarriage and alleviating the pains and dangers of childbirth Philadelphi ladies appreciate tho worth of this medicine and its great value Sent by mail in Pill and Lozenge form on receipt of price SI Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass Also in liquid form all at Druggists DH BADWAY S PILLS complaint They reÂ¬ store strength to the stomach and enable It to pur The symptoms of form its function disappear and with them the liability of the system to contract diseases- - rPP SARSAPABiLLIAM RESOLVENT A positive cure fc63- - for Scrofula and all Blood and Skia APWAY A CO X Y THIS HEW YEAH Finds us as forty or more new years paathv found us still in the field and at tho front of tha music publishing business We offer some Ghoise Musfe Books among which are to be found the following whicH teachers amateurs and others will do well to exÂ¬ amine A and ethers Price IliXJ largesplendid eollectloa nirxMc- sheet musia Of classic vocal A Song Classics fSXuSUSrSS booi size beautifully printed ami bound and contain test about 0 carefully selected gems suitable for all Mnds of voices ilany of the songs are favorites on the program of the best concert notdimcult The music is touss Pisos Remedy for Catarrh IUs not a liquid or a snuff is agreeable 50c nocAU WllVeitlfi - oaiuCATARRH LIsLilli WmggBmmgfgmmmmWmwmmm arc not necessarily carbunkles Oxtgek Cure Throat lung nervous dis- Â¬ inuammac eases Book free DrGeppertCincinnati0 A xemedt for fits send your clothes to a friend Ooodalfs Sun m Isaac Ir afflicted with Sore Eyes use Dr it25c Thompsons EyeWaterDruggists sell Come to light the Statue of Liberty TtxM Siftings No mt son cars provided with bunks v u ttuw bbbbbbW srivci WPAuntWK V Young Peoples iilusiraitd Hfefsry of Music sTUsfl mJm M By C-- Macyv blographiei Young ments it bv 7flHrnirrnAVr iJ CfAr rtTtKJsvs Heals the Sore v ion Price SUXJ Contaisinc short of fm us musicians aarfacuBiieHwd earli Â¬ anil Intcrestlox hlatory of tbumc f rota theyeunsr est days to the present time A1 yrsens or old will enjoy the boot Portraits eeeempany the ske tones Restores the sd USA lar collection dl the best music in easy arrange Â¬ Picnlss Classics Sr Senses of Taste Smell Hearing A quick Belief Piano Classics SSSESSSS wto B00d Royal Singsr Send for our Catalogue of ilusic Books OLIVER DITS0N 0 BOSTON Th School and ChoirBovfc lYJi2 BroadwarKewTerlc Batibeh Pretty short sir Customer Well yes I am Just put it down on to the slate will you Much obliged to you circular Lowell Citizen for speaking of it Doctors say that diseases can be com municated by kissing Love for instance Chicago Tribune positive Cure HA EEV ER CH Dxtsos JkCo-- 5 Sjgjtefrk 1 PCNE A frivate tootcr the man who practices on the cornet in his room Washington Critic PQROfffflSTER known for Rheumatism bago Backache Weakness colls in the cheat and all aches and pains Endorsed by 5000 Physicians and Drasr pists of the highest repute Bensons Plasters promptÂ¬ ly relieve and cure where other plasters and grreasy salres liniments and lotions are absolutely useless Beware of imitations under similar sounding names Capucin Capsidneasthey such as Capsicum are utterly worthless and intended to deceive Aslcrox Bensons and task no others All druggists SEABURY fc JOHNSON Proprietors New Tori It often happens that beautiful heiresses invest their wealth in royalties Merchant Traveler weather but salt and pepper are always seasonable Chicago Ledger Tns joker is generally an animated speaker He is much given to jest ures Lotcell Courier Otsters should be eaten only in cold HIGHEST AWARDS OF MEDALS IX AMEMCA AST EUROPE The neatest quickest safest and mot powerful rem Â¬ Pleurisy Neuralgia Lum Â¬ edy aSr I RON Atrtit arecga ana m mmdmW lis UliLI iU Will ptrrifr the 3LOOO resralat tho LIVER and KIDNEYS and itTSTOBE h TrrAZT3 and VIG OK of 3TUUXSI DyspefMUaWanf IndisestioaXack o of roNic solntely cured Bones mus cles and a Tes receivw sew Enlivens ta mina fbresupplier Brain Power and ti fwiw fvimmAinta tott-jirw-xwi- I red ieeung n CITIES A max who advertised to restore old paintings had stolen them Texas Sitings The largest dog in America is owned by a leather dealer who runs a tannerj en- Â¬ tirely off the bark of the dog JV Y Graphic GREAT CHANGE Pays for acYaars sub gEZ KcriptlOD to the Weekly TJU American Rural Home Rochester H Y subscribed for without premium ifJanuary 1S87 by November the Cheapest December 1SSS nnd Â¬ A LIMITED OFFER I Af -3 te VUllld the statue of ANTI--BILIOU- S re- Â¬ Liberty Enlightening the World sembles that of a book agent It is of Y Ledger bronze Ax exchange says start your boys in the THE GBEAT ENGUSE EEMEDY right track Thats easier said than done For Uver Bile Indigestion etc Fre from Mercury contains only Pure Vegetable Ingredients Agenfr tion and therefore easily melted The it requires considerable switching some- Â¬ CIIAS X CKIXT3rroX SEW TORE times Boston JoiL apparatus consists of a wrought iron Ono Agent Merchant only wanted in every town for tube about 35 feet long having a fur- Â¬ nace at one end and a short length of IfcallBBBSEiSfeflBiM SSsBBBBfSStfHHrlllBHl vertical pipe for a chimney at the other The Tansllls Punch 5c cigars are booming The tube is made in lengths of 0 feet Never sold so many In so short a time WU1 try and give you another order this month and each length is tapered so that they TRADE VS MARK P A L MILLAUD Elll9bTirN Y all fit into each other and are closely ijrwjv Your Tansliri Punch 5c cigar i a good seller W I CRAIG Druggist Aledo IIL V A packed for transport on wheels When Address K W TAXSIXI fc CO Chicago a fall of snow occurs the apparatus is Pisos Remedy for Catarrh Is the to he laid along the gutters of the roads Best Easiest to Use and Cheapest to he cleared the width occupied being about four feet A fire is then to be lighted in the furnace the heat from JFVae from Opiate Emetics and JPoison Sold by dnwrgists or sent by mail which will pass along the horizontal 50c E T Hazeltine Warren Pa tube which has a flatly arched top The snow is then to be shoveled on to the PROMPT heated tube which will melt it the re- Â¬ At MMim avs Suum OUBXSSATOSKICK C01ULTIX0RESD Farmers Butchers and others CfiW PI P5 use our LATE MAKE of dAfl rlUCnO sulting water flowing away to the near- Â¬ Pruning and at to die Hand Rip Butcher Buck est gully A trial of this apparatus kinds of Saws ao they cut better than ever Two Filers free for S3 Illustrated circulars rrtES Ad took place in the St Marylebone dis- Â¬ dress E ROTH k BKO- - yrrtr Oxtokd Pens trict on some snow which had fallen long previously and had been twice carted Notwithstanding the solidified Wanted In every County to act as our Agent Experience not necessary Send stamp for full condition of the snow anil the imper- Â¬ information GKAWAJT DETECTIVE RV KEATJ 14 AKC1B CIXCXSXATI O fect condition of the experimental ap Â¬ paratus it is stated that twenty one yards of the consolidated snow weigh- Â¬ Colors BepouMo Work Wax Flower Supplies Send for our various catalogues THE GKZKrmZlM ing 10 tons 8 cwt 3 qrs equal to 198 MaUorderssollctted noFriCAXX BKO jgoMaln Street Cincinnati Ohio yards of freshly fallen snow were melt- Â¬ The System of Snow Melting Devised by a London Engineer When it is considered that a fall of snow 6 inches deep over 1 mile of road 60 feet wide amounts to 5866 cubic yards the impossibility of removing it promptly by means of horses and carts is at once apparent The more so when it is remembered that some metropolitan vestries have from 50 to 100 miles of road and thus have to deal with from 300000 to 600000 cubic yards of snow assuming a 6 inch fall to occur The principle of Mr Lyons invention is that the snow can be dealt with in the roads on which it falls when it is in a light and fleecy condi- Â¬ laughed Dumley as he finished a long chestnut Capital story eh FeatherlyJ Yesreplied Featherly its good every time Dumley good every time It has been found the termination atic in the word lunatic and fanatic refer3 to the upper stor3 Tue fashionable overcoats and theii wearers remind one of the seashore capes and heavy swells Boston Commercial Bui letm Ha ha ha and Best Weekly in the World 8 pages 43 to 56 col umns Id years old For One Jjnllar you have one choice from over 150 different Cloth Bound Dollar Volume 3TO to SCO pp and paper one year post paid Book postage 15c Extra ajOUO books gtTen airay Among them are Law Without Lawyers Family Cyclopedia Farm Cyclopedia Farmers and Stockbreeders Guide Common Sense In Poultry Yard World Cyclopedia a great book Doanelsons Medical Counselor Boys Useful Pastimes Fiva Years Before the Mast Peoples History of United States Universal History of all SaUons Popular History Civil War both sides Any ONX book and paper one yearall post padfor Paper alone 5c if subscribed for by 81 15 only1367 Satisfaction guaranteed on books Januarv 0 Weekly or money refunded Reference Hon and CRPAKSONS Mayor Rocheter Sample papers 2c 2UUAL HOME CO Ifialted Without 3P remittal 65c a year BochesterNT a learh TONIC a safe and speedy cure thy complexion Frequent attempt at eoontn ing only add to tho popuiarily of tha orinct V9 not experiment sot taeuaiaisAiAS a -- LS LIVER Dr HARTER and 3la Cure ConstlpatloriXiver Com 1 aeadsche Sample Coso and Bream Eooi fa Ct pecnar HASTEItS I20X Give- ft Â¬ 1 mailed oa receipt of two centa In postage THEDRHARTER MEDICINE COMPANY j St Louis M The Graat Nuraory PEH0HER8N HORSES 200 Imported Brood ifares Of Cnoicess Families P4Bt3t2 It is said that the cheek of COCKLES All Ages both Sezstf IN STOCK y S lHfc37 SSSSSala iiiiiiEvissmMPmBisMAf from Franco all recorded with extended pedigree in ta Percheron Stud Books ThePcrrlwronLitlJeonlydrafTf breed of France possessing- - a atad boot tha haa tas upport and endorsement tit the Fr nch Govenurwnt Snd for ISO pago Catalogue iBMtratlorM by K Red i 300 to 40O IMPORTED XSWAIY Baheur H W D tf X H A M Wayne DuPage Co Hltn efeu 3fcu fOUGHIURE trr Also IEEI MiXIS large SURE 25 on application- - WTJLSOX ViitllU MenIOyJerSfceH GRAHAM JIn- - nd Cora tatiitYrAiyi3MCCXiTj er F Won Patent 1H pntTnrrtTnalfn kemnir H and fAKK POWER JHIXi Testimonials seas ClrmTars an I- 8Mf 30000 CARPENTERS county Faj ry 75 per month and expense or a coram jaicn on sales if preferred Goods Wnsla Xvery one boys Octflt and particulars Free STAyDABP silvebwabs cou Boyroy3CA WE WANT YOUI tSTSSS employment to rrprwent as ia every SXOSsbPs PBHK If DETECTIVES 0 flVlYI I -- BHDTIiR relieved and cured by Dr nUrl Ull smsS m thjd Thrv who can no avail themselves of pergonal attendance caabav Homo treatment appliance and curative sent for fit only Send stamp for circular M Broadway ISY ed in ten hours with a consumption of coke of the value of 1 shilling 7 pence or under 1 pence per ton London Times GERM AN REMEU Ctt ffltesmatlm For Pain xt Daoooins rr mS ARTISTS MBMisasK3s WORK F6RAXX paid free P I 1 XotaDartide Date or self deniaL Pay when cured Handsome bo4t free DRCJ WKATUEBBYKanss City J Healtasctey IeOFAKMS for Sale SW Ind booming Bulle Â¬ City and Count stamp ALEX LESUU WashlngtOB Ind tin for Outfl Vworth S and partitrulr O YICKEBX Angus 3feOa nASi 3fx week and expense KtttSW Encsuxxxs xTtxus ceBinmMu Neuralgia UlClttTMUUM ejjatt- DDHAliXS XB J 9TXTDY Secure linC ma Lfroa SnuuiaBusiness Education by nUmfc ComiaBaxsioJaT WHEN WRITING TO j AJK 0 TO SS JL 3JA V BBXTTSTZS 3JLFZZ Sample worth FREE LInesnotU3derthehorsesfeei KX13 6XJIMb 1117 eat te SUr St Wrl E stsie tliat 309 saw m ti Adertie AVXirrfctsi XJLS ttjwget - r tS tmm sr4 - 4 - 3W- - SB JHakbl Geem Hebalb A STUAUGE DISEASE MtorarYtar Always hi Aae FOUR OF FAMILY ARE BURIED IN SPENCER COOPER THE NEWS KENTUCKY KNOWLEDGE r Editor A LESS THAN A MONTH HAZEL CRIECN KY WEDSZ3DAY MARCH 9 1887 ANNOUNCEMENTS Herod Patricks Family Being Rapidly Craig Tdlliver Depopulated by a Disease Phys Â¬ icians Can Not Diagnose We are ataorised to announce Hon R X PSeratt of Ezel Korean cosnir as a Candidate ier the State Senate from this the TTnirty fourih District subject to action of ike Donecratic party Witk the present Issue Tiie Herald Jaagiw its third volume and enters upon its third year of existence We owe our iMtfroBe two papers on their last years jwibscriptkra and they will be promptly paid We do not want or expect pay for wliat we do sot furnish In the two years past we iave labored hard to bring xhe mountains of Eastern Kentucky be-Â¬ fore the world in their true light with all the ability we bad and as well as our limited means and the circumstances woud admit- - How well the wort has been done is left with our patrons to say We may conscientiously observe how Â¬ ever by way of retrospect that Eastern Kentucky is today better and more favor--abl- y inown than it would bave been without the aid of The Heeajj We have never yet heard our people abused without answering In their vindication and have the satisfaction of knowing that we bave silenced some who spoke ill of them The Hekald has gone abroad containing from time to time bits of Information about our resources Other papers have reproduced them and thus these items bave found readers in every part of the world The work of The Heeald Is to bring this country before the people of the world who have the capital to develop our resources and with nearly every issue we send out some facts pertaining to that end Our efforts in this respect would be greatly augÂ¬ mented if the people of Wolfe and the adjoining counties will aid us with their subscriptions We will venture by way of illustration that there is not a man in this or the adjacent counties who would not readily invest one dollar to double the value of his land in two or three years That Is just exactly what we arc aiding you to do every time The Her to xld goes out and you should help us reÂ¬ that extent If our peoplo will only alize that no country eujoys great prosperity until the home papers are properly patronized they will come up like men and invest a dollar towards the development They can find that the assertion we make 5s a fact if they will onlv investigate Birmingham Ala and Wichita Kan- Â¬ sas two towns comparative unknown a few years ago are drawing to them thousands upon thousands of dollars every day drawing a large part of it iway from Kentucky and why Be-Â¬ Tfc LOUISVILLE IOC-Enterprise seven consecutive speeches in fifty seven H GILLTS More than two thirds of the coun- Â¬ consecutive days causes a general smile with ties of this State have sent the assessors for everybody knows that howsoever hard books to the Auditor and from these books it Cash may shake the tree Billy Bradley is ascertained that there has been an increase will catch the persimmon when it falls of more than 25 per cent This increase Covington Commonwealth Our es- Â¬ comes principally from jewelry diamonds WHOLESALE teemed contemporary the Louisville Times stocks bonds thoroughbred horses and cat Â¬ tle which had not been listed before yet which blows for General Buckner in its there are some who oppose the new revenue issue of Feb 23rd has ten or twelve dito rials in disparagement of Senator Harris law Corinth Enterprise It may be inferred that the Senator is giv Â¬ The farmer who plants tobacco this ing the General a mightv close race season will waste ground labor and time Washington dispatch The Kentucky No 613 West Matx Street There is alreadv enough warehoused to sup delegation stands as follows in the pending ply all demands for three years to come and every pound raised now will be sold for gubernatorial race For Buckner Black Â¬ LOTJIrfVILLE KY less money than it will cost to grow it born Beck Laffoon Wolford and Robert HarriB McCreary and Taulbee for Plant your ground in corn oats or grass son Hines Breckinridge and Halsell for tobacco raising will not pay for the use of for Holt Stone GEORGE E TUCK your ground Cynthiaua Times Louisville Ky witk The postoffice at Morehead was bur-Â¬ A special from Lexington Ky to the CO GREEN HUFFAKER glarized on the night of Feb 21st and sev- Â¬ Louisville Courier Journal Feb 28 says Wholesale Dealers in eral registered packages stolen J II Cole comfort Neighborhood physicians were the Railroad Committees of the Chamber owner summoned and exhausted their efforts to of this place was the 50 in of one of the of Commerce and City Council met at AND containing checks The subdue the disease but to no purpose Eackages been notified and no loss will re- Â¬ the office of C H Stoll at 12 oclock 015 WJTara St LOUISVHXE KY as the patient grew worse Mt Sterling sult to him or benefit to the thief West that dav to confer with officers of the Invites you to call and see lam whea yon was arawn upon lor one or ner most Liberty Gem visit theeity- Kentucky Union railroad in regard to skilled men in medical science but he Taylor railroad contractors inducing the latter to run their road to Evans fATY can ve at home and make more met with no better success and the paÂ¬ at Augusta have closed a contract for a big Lexington instead of Paris The Ken Â¬ Y 1 1 inore moacJ ac work for as than at tient died February 21st His remains job on the extension of the Louisville Sou- Â¬ tucky Union people are about eveuly di- Â¬ 1 J s anything- else in the world Capital were taken in a hearse to his fathers thern in Western Kentucky and will start vided between Paris and Lexington and not needed you are started free Both sex home for burial As the hearse drove for thiit place with a large force of hands Lexington will have to offer good induce- Â¬ es all ages Any one can do the wort they finish up to the house friends and neighbors just as soon as Big Sandy their work on the ments in order to get the road Much Larce earnings sure from lirst start Costly ontHt and terms free Better not delay were just returning from the grave of Maysville and Â¬ Costs you nothing to send us your address The Bath County Circuit Court iuterest is being manifested on the sub Fanny whom they had just buried and find out if you are wise you will do uo is now in session at Owingsville Judge J ject at the latter place and the people Neri was about twenty years old and E Cooper presiding and rapidly disposing are fully alive to the great bencht this at once H HaIXETT CoPortland Me his remains lie by the side of his sister of the lightest docket known since the war road will be to that city Â¬ and his brother The Grand Jury found an indictment for Â¬ Shortly after the burial of Neri Re-Â¬ murder against John Clark for the killing THE NEW AND EEEGANT becca was seized with similar pains and of Jesse Jones a month or so ago E WORD after days and nights of excruciating HIGH ARM GENERAL AND FOREIGN GOSSIP WITH pain she was called to complete the quar- Â¬ tette and swell the silent majority on B V Loggins a merchant at Winona Monday March 1st Her age was about Miss was murdered on March 1 by Alex twenty two years and her remains were Crawford colored Loggins was found SEWING ACHIHE laid to rest in the same common grave the negroes house terribly mutilated near with her brothers and sister IS TUB BEST BTJ3T HO OTTT1R Geo D to Two others of the same family a the ArkansasWilliams under sentence one penitentiary for twenty Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of man and young woman were ly- Â¬ years for murder of Mrs Si K Norris and of those sections patron- Â¬ 3oung the point of cause the people death when last heard Allan H Garland confined for misdemean ized and continue to patronize their ing at from or escaped faom jail at Hot Springs Ark home papers liberally You can turn Dr Lee the attending physician told 1 comPresident Cleveland on that flow of wealth to your own section our informant that he had tried every muted the sentence of the MarchSeminoleÂ¬ two if you so will it It lias all been done remedial agent he had ever used in his Indians John Washington and Simon Wolf by printing and push Eastern Ken-Â¬ practice none of which seemed effective to imprisonment for life They wcro sen- Â¬ Pieced Pressed Japanned Tinware tucky has more to induce capitalists to and gave it as his opinion that all who tenced to be hung Feb Sth for the crime ot rape invest than either of the places named might be attacked with it would die Hollow ware and and they will come if the people will The greatest sympathy is manifested The steamer W H Gardner one of Tinkers Stock only do their part They may not invest for Mr Patrick and his wife in the the largest boats plying on the Tombigbee River from Mobile was burned three miles at Hazel Green maybe not at Campton neighborhood where they reside as W Main but suppose Jackson or Salvers vi He or are recognized as among the very they beiow Gainesville Ala March 1 Twenty best LOUISVILLE KY West Libert should be selected Are citizens of the county but notwithstand- Â¬ Sassengers perished in the names or were and 1CS bales of cotton burned one people and will we not ing the sympathy expressed the people we not all out to Several fishermen have been found mm f TiY7TF an be made UBCut this wu ail enjoy the benefits ot a boom directly generally hold aloof from what they IVI aiu we to death on the ice in the river near 111 1 11 Pi Y send reurnfree something of frozen Come friends The Her Â¬ consider a scourge All sorts of or Indirectly you V theories bodies were be is working to double the value of furnish food for thought and talk while Buffalo N Y byTwo of thodogs when found Â¬ great value and importance to you that will ald faithful ing guarded your land and create a higher market one rumor is rife to the effect that the and in one instance the canines refused to start you in business which will bring you in more monev right away than anything value for your produee and your stock Tho directors of the abovo school take drinking water may have been poisoned leave the spot when their master was re- Â¬ else iu the world Anyone cau do the work in announcing to the public that lor everything you raise It will be able by some secret enemy The latter the- Â¬ moved and live at homo Either sex all ages Some Â¬ ighly satisfactory arrangement have been The IiATJUES PAVORITE beoatw io do all these filings the sooner by being ory however does not obtain credence Mrs Koxlana Druse was executed at thing new that just coins money for all madti for the positive opening of the school it in UGHT BlutfULNG and does liberally patronized by you and we ask from the fact that Mr and Mrs Patrick Herkimer N Y Feb 28 for the murder of workers We will start you capital not on Monday January 3d 1887 Three com Â¬ huch beautiful work Agents lavor every man in the mountains to come to have as yet developed no symptoms of her husband near Richland Springs N Y needed This is one of the genuine impor- Â¬ petent teachers hare been employed whose itobocause it ia a quick scdeasy seDr 18S4 ThoHe who are After the murder she cut the body tant chances of a lifetime pur aid Assistance to us will result the disease which ha3 so nearly depopu- Â¬ in qualfications are unsurpassed and their ser- delay mutually and we hope every man in the lated his house while Neri one of the to pieces and burned it throwing the ashes ambitious and enterprising will not fc AGEXT3 WASTED lfCUgIED TKIHWI viceH secured for a term of years In mak Â¬ ing this announcement wc feel justified in mountains especially the land owners victims had been from home two or and charred bones in a swamp She died Grand outfit free Address TutJB Co without confessing Her daughter Mary i Augusta Maine ussertingthattheschool will bean institution and the merchants will send us one three days when attacked serving a life sentence as an accomplice in which will reflect au honor on this portion to aid in the great work In re- Â¬ dollar From the somewhat imperfect history the crime while two men who assisted in ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE of the State and unsurpassed even by the JUNE HANSJFACTURIMG CO we will mail you The Herald for of the symptoms we feel safe in sug- Â¬ the murder have never been arrested turn more pretentious similar institutions of the one year and it will come to you each gesting that the disease is nothing more Located in a favorable geo- Â¬ large cities Three boys visited an abandoned lum- Â¬ As administrator of A J Cox deceased Cor Li Sails Aiesne aai Ontolo StrKi week laden with latest news while hun- Â¬ nor less than cerebro graphical section healthy moral free from bermans shanty in Wisconsin and finding I will be at the following places on the days meningitis CHICAGO ILL dreds of copies go out into the world to and as a remedy for spinal ot making vicious allurements and with a strict over the same we pub Â¬ two bottles in toe place one containing oil designated for the purposeindebted to set Â¬ aight looking to the protection comfort and the herald the lact that our resources of coal lish by permission the following excerpt and the other whisky drank freely of the tlement with all who arc mental training of the students parents youngest of timber of iron ore c c are un Â¬ from the Medical Brief No 1 1881 a latter They started homeAand thefurther on estate OB XTJNNELLY can rely upon their children being safe expired by the wayside little CAMPTON MARCH 7 18S7 limited in quantity and unsurpassed in journal published at St Louis Mo a second one fell exhausted and the vrrni while under the care of th faculty and third quality Can you afford to withhold which to our own knowledge elicited at Â¬ dropped down unconscious as he reached County Court Day trustees The attention ot youns men and HAZEL GREEN MARCH 16 1S87 ladies who expect to teach is specially 3our support when your own common tention by press and profession and af-Â¬ his threshold The liquor drank of ron CO DTTNLAP sense must convince you that capitalists terward received favorable endorsement tained a large per cent of aconite a virucalled to the advantages to begained iu Sale Day Regular Stock Â¬ cost seeing an account of our great undevel- by many eminent physicians this school at a nominal MAYTOWN MARCH 17 1887 The au- Â¬ lent poison For terms of tuition and further informa oped wealth in The Heeald will come thor of the treatment is now one of our The oldest man in Georgia died on the WHOLESALE SADDLERY tion apply to W O Mize Hazel Green Ky millions of dollars among us and invest Those having claims against the estate will 1st inst at tiie age of 10G years His name resident physicians or J S McGarvev Lexington was Auscy Jeno Wheclaa Spaniard who be allowed three months to file the same A result of this kind will make Eastern jranufocterera of CEEEBUO 6PIXAL MOIXGITIS J L Dunlap Trustees J T Day G B Swango IV O Kentucky the richest section in the Editob Medical Brief In reply to for fifty years htd been a citizen of Lumpkin alter which they will be barred and all of J B Duuiup Mize Hazel Green and Prof J W McGar Â¬ world and this result can and will soon Dr C H Lincoln in August number of county He was born in Cadiz Spain in Raid claims must be properly proven and W G Barrett Saddles Harness Ac vev Lexington Ky attested by be attained if you will but promptly re- Â¬ Brief who requests experience and treat- Â¬ 1781 as his long life papers in Iuh possession certifiedA according to law Administrator B LANDRUM sailor and 72S and 730 and dealers in spond to our call Reason the matter ment in cerebro spinal meningitis would Duriug porta of the he was awas adopted visworld by say that my experience in the treatment of ited the W ifain SL with yourself and you must conclude the Cherokee Indiaus and married three very limited Saddlery Hardware that The Heeald in one issue can tell the disease is to two cases in Itact it lias squaws successivelyall of w honi died young been confined as am but a LOUISVILLE KY more people of our undeveloped wealth j oung practitioner located in a community He remarked to a friend just before death that he knew he would die and said When than all the people of the mountains where the disease is seldom met with In the first case I used the fl exi gelse the Lord is ready I am could in years without its assistance IS THE PLACE TO UUY The semi annual hegira of Mormon Then you owe it to yourself your fami Â¬ mium but not until after I had exhausted remedies with Clocks Jewelry ly your fellow man your country and several otherthe emergency unsatisfactory converts from the 1 Southern States to Utah of the case de took place March Chatanooga Tenn is God to support The Heeald results As your Repairing a Specialty speedy treatment and as the the mind the mistakes the editor may manded such many remedies I of courseI and Southern headquarters of there Church isever Charces reasonable and work warranted had tried so the oonverts assembled T F CARR Respectfully inade has made but look at the was not entirely satisfied as to which one two hundred strong and left that almost bave night work that bas been done and may jret be gave the relief but am positive that the They were from all Southern States and done by the paper if you will do your gelsemium contributed largely if not whol Â¬ represented the most ignorant and illiterate TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK to class of people The converts labor under part Moreover to use an old saw To lyThe the recovery of the patient other Utah is the delusion laud of Has attained a standard of csccISeaco vLJcfc err is buman to forgive divine Just mium in theoase in which I used the gelse- Â¬ and honey that of the men ahad large milkÂ¬ very beginning though much admits of no superior famAll MT STERLING KY realize that we are human while you do graver than the first was relieved in leas It contains cvory improvement that tBvaetn ilies and many had only a few dollars left genius akin and mocoy can produce the divine act b forgiving all our short- Â¬ time and more permanently after purchasing their tickets There are comings and forwarding us a dollar I do not claim that the remedy will al Â¬ now two hundred members at work in the Thus will peace and prosperity rule our ways render satisfaction as the disease is South M BIGSTAFF President such a fatal one but would ask a trial by beloved land Pat Eooney J those of your readers who may be so unfor- Â¬ at An Irishman named J kitchen present engaged in the of the tunate as to meet with such a terrible mala Â¬ W W THOMSON Cfishier The Post of yesterday contained an dy believing that they will be agreeably Cincinnati City Hospital has just fnllen heir to 200000 Itooney says thnt when he account of another large investment in surprised with the results DIRECTORS came to this country he squandered equallv Would recommend the following as a aj the South by Louisville business men fBBS35SwBM 3L3CTA3 in seeing the sights of Nev York much IS These people have monev to invest and mode of procedure First unless there is and other large cities aud becoming peui James Chorx Andrew Fesler active delirium and great depression of less drifted about tho country as a tramp yet do not place any of it in Louisville with opisthotonos to not even in Kentucky In natural re- Â¬ vital powers demanding its use and rigidity until he settled iu Cincinnati as a common Dr R R Drake J T Highland of muscles at once I laborer He is a graduate of one of the sources Kentucky is the richest State in would recommend that before using it the mr341y SHASS EXCEL in the South and yet her wealthy citizens patients bowels be relieved by an enema first collegeshim Irelanda and his conversa- Â¬ to be man of education tion shows nave not the nerve or pride to invest followed by an active cathartic which will and iutellect He is quietly awaiting his T their money in their development The most always afford temporary relief of itself fortune to come to him and in the mean Louisville business man sends his monev Then I would recommend the use either time earning his bread by peeling praties These Orjraus aro celebrated for vokraaa to the North South or West and invests hypodermically or per orum of fl exL gel Â¬ and washing dishes quality of tone quick response arttecto deflApst two to ten minims accordbecaty In nnisn perfect constructkc nwrg it and then he sits comfortably at home seuin say from of patient and demands of ing to the age them tho most desirable organs Tor kesM DEALER IX KENTUCKY POLITICS and growls about Louisville being slow the case repeated every hour until the pa- Â¬ schools churches lodges societies ee It is the most Kellys If all the Louisville and Kentucky tient is thoroughly under its influence at Richmond Register A gentleman in But buyaxe madeSTEEL axe STEEL horse ZSTAI5IS3I3EI mXFT7TATI3r Also buy perfect money that has been placed in outside the same time alternating with small doses shoes They will outwear iron And use uxEQrAii this place informed us ou Wednesday that STEEL nails They cost the same as iron States within the past three years had of morph sulph As local applications would recommend he had been offered 100 by Buckner men leen invested in Kentucky the State that a mustard plaster be placed all slong to write several caustic letters against For sale in Hazel Green by BEST aCJLTXmiAX G B SWANGO would bave a half million more inhabi Â¬ the spine with warm applications to the Senator Harris but he declined it Does OOM2XN33 2CAZ2 THIS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY tants and business would be on a tremen- Â¬ head and lower extremities W T CASKEY that not look as if the Buckner men are dous boom Louisville Post OBGAH To control the lever which alwavs follow scarce of ammunition Could it have been F McGUlRE KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL ASSOBTEENT OP the paroxisms would recommend the use of the Bourbon News that made the ofTer and If Co the gelsemium and veratrum viride equal if io who is backing it so heavily Thompson lAstroctlofl Books and PtaM Stttlt- Congressman Taulbee of the Tenth parts say from two to five minims everv Buckner should be nominated what will he Chiles Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing gialcgaea asd Pzioe Iist3QB aHiHwi3Wa MT STERLING KY Kentucky District is entitled to the two or turee nours alternating witn small do when Bill Bradly tackles him for his thanks of the people for the good work doses of quinire sulph After fever subsides papers to prove his Democracy He cer- Â¬ Agents for Fastern Kentucky Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware re cord on the CHICAGO COTTAGE G66AX CI lie did last week After a sharp struggle put my patient on the use of Fowlers solu- Â¬ tainly cant prove it by his help the matter Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ Hardware Table and tion of arsenic together with a generous E oil books Neither can he lie pushed through the House a bill diet which is always of magnitudinous im y showing that he gave 100 to the Confed S Co Randolph and Ana Sts CHKASf MJL which makes a radical change in the is Â¬ portance ies Stoves and Farming Implements erate Orphans Home and 1000 to Gen NEW suing of warrants by United States Com So far have succeeded well in the above Grants widow In faot everything usually kept In a first class country store and at BOTTOM PRICES W0RKNG1 ATTENTION jBisaoners for violation of Internal rev- Â¬ treatment but as stated before my expe-Â¬ GLASS are now prepareo Vft Clark County Democrat At George- Â¬ exohange for Goods or in payment of any debt due me all kinds of te enue laws Under the old law Commis rience has been so limited that I can not town Senator Harris proved conclusively Livery Sale and Feed Stable Also will take in nrnish all classes with employment at hoate Country Produce and Live Stock of every description fioners were authorized to issue warrants give tiie per cent ot latauty unaer tne that Gen Buckner had fifty times as much the whole of the time or for their ayara The new law passed by the House last treatment as the fatal cases are yet to come property out of this State as he has in it momenta Business new light and proste MT STERLING KY J B Taulbee If D and that all his talk of being identified with TUGGLE A WORD week requires that complaints after be able Persons of either sex easily earn frsi Pawnee City Nebraska The the interests of Kentucky was bosh 50 cent to 5 per evening and a proportion WITH lag drawn by the U S District Attorney vrni Hart county the ate sum their tuac to tke ast be indorsed by the Collector of InÂ¬ While pleasure riding at Kanawha records ofshowi that he votedhome of Gen Drovers and Traders Headquarters but once in Buckner Co business by devoting allearn nearly as stack Boys and girls ternal Revenue or his deputy before a Falls ilarch 1 Mrs G E Turner of Balti- Â¬ seventeen years His district is a close one as men That all who- see thia may sead JOBBEES OF TK arrant can issue These oScera not more Mrs Tyrce mother of the railroad and its Representative elect is a Republican their address and teat the business we Make being imtereted in the fees and being agent at Hinton W Ta and Miss Rhodes Shall we nominate a man for Governor who this offer To such as are not well satiacd drawn under the we will send one dollar to pay for the tre dipeaient on their standing with the telegraph operator were not been found is so indifferent to he success pf he Pemo is The attention of horse and mule dealers HARNESS AND COLLARS to our facilities for the especiallv invited falls Mrs Turner had ble of writing Full particulars aad 9Wktk eteperbaet- - would see no wrong was Mrs Tyree expired soon after being rescued cratic party handling of stock and we invite all traders 711 W MAIN STREET 707 709 95 aud 97 WEST PEARL STREET CÂ¬ Pree Addreaa GeojGX Stxxsos Sentinel Democrat Did is the citizen Covinzrton Com-- and Miss Rhodes was not expected to recov Â¬ riously consider how silly the you ever sea of Wolfe and adjoining counties to call on CINCINNATI OHIO Portland Haise LOUISVILLE KY plea is that us when in the city iwaslth er j Â¬ are unable to even diagnose it On Sunday February 13th Henry Patrick the yongest son aged about fourteen years dressed himself prepara- Â¬ tory to a visit to one of the neighbors which he contemplated making but not feeling very well he remarked to his mother that he believed he would lie down awhile and postpone his visit for the time A few momenta later his mother entered the room to enquire how Mother I he felt when he remarked She rushed from believe I am gone the room to summon assistance and procure something for the sufferers relief and although absent only a few minutes returned to the room to find him cold in death Henry had been buried but a few days when Fanny his sister aged about six-Â¬ teen was stricken down with the same symptoms and lingered in her suffering until February 30th when she died and was buried beside her brother Neri another brother and the third to answer to the summons of death was en route to Mt Sterling with stock but when at Shelby Kashs near French burg was compelled to abandon the trip He was furnished with a room at Mr Kashs residence and every attention given him that would conduce to his He has been iu this city for the past two or three days purchasing dry goods and left last night for hie home in Morehead Ky He is now one of the Herod Patrick a farmer who lives near Deputy Sheriffs of Ho wan county Ky and Bloomington in Magoffin county and a peaceful and lawabiding citizen He is keeps a small stock of general merchan- Â¬ also in the dry goods business and purchas dise for the accommodation of the peo- ed 2000 worth in this city He is not called pure Kentuckian ple of that neigborhood has lost four what might be that he adoes not consume from the fact children in less than a month from some whisky which is one of the celebrated pro- Â¬ disease which has so far baffled all efforts ducts of that State Another good feature in treatment and attending physicians about the man is that he doen not even carry Â¬ Cincinnati had a distinguished Ken- Â¬ tucky visitor yesterday in the shape of Mr a gun Cincinnati Enquirer On Sunday afternoon W G Mont- Â¬ gomery shot and perhaps mortally wounded Miss Ona Kelson in Monterey ty Four shots were fired but only one Owen coun took effect Montgomery then attempted to shoot himself but failing broke through the glass front of the drug store and pro- Â¬ cured an overdose of morphine but failed to put an end to his existence that way He was arrested and is now in jail It is stated the shooting was caused by the young ladys candidate should come from this or that locality No matter where he lives if he is the right man Other things being equal we might with propriety vote for our neighbor in preference to a stranger but the beat man is the one that Bhould be elected reÂ¬ gardless of where he lives Mountain Echo The signs of the times point to the election of a Republican Governor in the approaching contest and If the party in power do no better in the succeeding two years than in the past it need not surprise no one to see Kentucky take her stand in the Republican column in the Presidential contest of 1888 Owen News Hon Al Berry of New Â¬ port is getting more notoriety than any of the candidates for Governor and whether thig talk will amount to votes or not we cant say but it is doing good in its way and setting the people to doing a d 1 of a lot of thinking about how things should be run up at Frankfort Mt Sterling Gazette Col Wm O Bradley has received instructions from thirty two counties and yet there are more to fol Â¬ low Some are anticipating a lively time at the approaching State Convention but we are satisfied Col Bradlev will receive the nomination on the first ballot Grayson Gazette Cash Clays under Â¬ taking to perform the feat of making fifty- - BUY THE BEST LOUIS STIX IXPOETE2S AND CO O J08SMS The Johnston Organs 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