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HHHM K vf 15 iSiflBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa SsESBHBHBPWHfllawH s5stfsrBses1aEr 3p - OMe SBES CNKI --JS Hazel Green THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD WITH NEWS FROSV5 - SB Bf - u- aRfvTScT maa3gJixmsmii f-j- ia - J aaV Ht Hi BBS 4aa v am SB jamBj I i aal BM aal 9V VB t aV a B wMk BJ Bb Ba 8v B BE -- aa Mm BW it c V jiSJti BBM Ha VS - 4 h - - r Hmr iMi Editor ALL NATIONS 100 AYEAR Afwtjs s JtoKt T TOIiUlCBni vPJBVflHIBHflHIIIIBF EASEL G BEBH WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY MAECH 23 1887 HAZEL GREEN STOCK SALES BREATHITT DEMOCRATS NUMBER 3 TIMETA1LE Imtrtl mt SMtk Atiwtie Btilway CtiiiBJiri lie 22 ikb46 sietrer this KL lltaweelft Stealwg t 7 A H- - arrives 2 kcres Rockwell at 9 A Xt Sterfisg at 15G A X Advertising Rates Jmkvm Ift S4erlig at 140 P 3C ar-ETransieot advertisements 75 cents an jfwjS atXotkwellatSOrx first insertion 25 isttitrell at 345 P X arrives inch subsequent insertion cents an inch for Jf each at JCt Sterliag at 50 P-- X ADVERTISEMENTS ItM J tiMocteP at Mt Sterlisr Trith 1L05 A 1 inch STAXDEtG509 4 inches lyear1500 being explained the purport being for 1 year X trais o C O railway a4 U7 x Has a larger sirculatiou in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky than any paper in the Stale and merchants and others wishing to Kentucky will secure arrives at find it the trade of Eastern THE BEST ADVERTISING STEDTIJII fHE a 1EE ALD DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETING 4t Wolfe County Instructs for Hon E 31 Pieratt for State Senate Pursuant to a call from the proper authorities the Democracy of Wolfe county met at Campton in mass meeting on Saturday March 19th 1S87 and at 1 oclock p m were called to order by J C Lykins Chairman Democratic County Committee The object of the meeting fer Xexiftek vincisnati and Loaieville 2 inches 1 year 900 5 inches 1 year 1750 Vm S oaneete at 3tt Sterling with 1105 A 3 inches lycar 1200 6 inches year 2000 SSpecial ratesonlarger advertisements ic idw C 0- - frowtfce Eaat asd 16 CisclssatL lvkville aad day special local notices 5c a line with 5 per cent off 2 XTtcata fr for long time MgiitgQmerv coaatr coart TMarriage and death notices free trioa tbe 3rd Monday is each Xra iirXtwell U arriving at Mt Sterling butes cf respect and obituaries 5 cents a mmY at 7 8 A Kctraicf leaves at Sterling itfXK rriviac at Both well Jit 40 P Jt line Announcements of candidates for tjr it j Xkkwell for Mt SterliBg at 5 P x State or District offices 10 County offices Â¬ GEO B HARPER Sapt TOiHNHEVA2SJ HAZEL GREEN XY 5 calls on persons to become candidates and their answers 5 cents a line Payable invariably in advance of the Jtfrintfn iy selicitis tke patronageall bus will attead promptly to Wk aai mow sstrasted te his care txaminr Wolfe for of Depositions county MAPEL Attoeney-at-La- w A3TD HAZEL GREEX KY Wffi practice ia all the Courts of Wolfe 3weH Heaifee aad Breathitt counties tax- TtttlM Yamiipdt 7 abstracts famished mh far aea reaaonts real esiaie uougni W CollectisRS a specialty - Eeal Estate AGEirr or pencil before or af your name written on informs you that your time has expired You are invited to renew and if you want the paper please hand or send us 1 at once LOCAL MEWS cross mark made with XA the purpose of selecting delegates to represent the county in the Senatorial Convention to be held on April 1st 1SS7 to nominate a candidate for the Senate from this the 34th Senatorial District nd to instruct said delegats for whom and in what manner to cas the vote of this county in said convention Nominations for permanent Chairman being in order Judge Gr B Swanjco nom Â¬ inated J C Lykins and J B Taulbee nominated Geo Oliver W O Mize wa3 designated to put the vote and as temporary chairman recognized a motion for a divison of the house and appointed C C Hanks and J B Taulbee tellers who reported J C Lykins as receiving the election for permanent chairman Nominations for secretary being in order W0 Mize and S S Combs were Â¬ Â¬ Fifty two Hand Change Hands for the Sum of 8101070 Although last Wednesday was a cold uninviting day and a few of our farmer friends stayed at home the stock sales were quite satisfactory Among the at Â¬ tending buyers from below were Messrs J G Trimble and D S Godsey of Montgomery and Neri Swetnam of Bath The latter purchased several head of hogs which do not appear in the list below but it will be seen that the sales foot up 191970 The sales however were mostly at private contract there being very little sold at public outcry G B Swango to J T F Day 9 two year old cattle 135 00 R Cummins to same 1 cow 20 00 John Evans to same 1 cow 30 00 Boone Byrd to J M Rose 1 heif-Â¬ er 22 00 F McGuire to Jerry Profitt 1 horse Same to same 1 cow J T Day to N B Day J M Walter to J T 1 Instruct for S 31 Comhs for State Senate At a mass meeting of the Democracy of Breathitt county at the court house in Jackson Ky J W Lindon was ap- Â¬ pointed Chairman and A C Baker Sec- Â¬ retary The following resolutions were adopt- Â¬ ed viz GIGANTIC 0 That the Democracy of Breathitt county convened recognizing the services of the Hon S H Comb3 as a true and tried Democrat and having the utmost confidence in his honesty integrity and ability earnestly recommend him to the people of the 34th Senatorial District as a suitable man to represent us in the Senate of Kentucky Resolved That the proceedings of this meeting be published in The Hazel Greek Herald Three Foiks Enterprise and West Libertv Gem J W LINDON Chairman A C Baker Secretary Bros Mt Sterling gave us a pleasant all on Monday He is traveling m place Charley Howe who started to make the trip but he was taken suddenlv ill at Beattyville and had to return home It is hoped that Charleys illness may be of short duration and that we shall soon see his smiling face again A Genial Restorative Hostetters Stomach Bitters are emphatiÂ¬ m i a ilia Brans in amous New Store An invoice just taken has disclosed the fact that I have too niany Goods Too ranch DILY G OOBS Too many Clothing Too much FurÂ¬ nishing Goods Too many Hats and Caps and an endless variteyof only W R Nunnelly representing Trimble Â¬ heifer lmule F Dav 75 00 25 00 130 00 14 00 HandINmade BootsAND PRICESShoes and ALL SIZES QUALITY I have decided that my stock must he cut down With this end in view I have cut the prices on every article in my different depart Â¬ ments in that great establishment and nave made telling and startling reductions wrytWng -- M C Nickell to 1 heifer J T F Day Â¬ elected secretaries The convention being organized the or-Â¬ Jas F Ely Jr to J T F Day 3 two year old steers S W Landrum to J T F Day 1 mare Same to same 1 yoke cattle John Patrick to J T F Dav 1 12 00 41 00 G5 GO mule 130 25 Aunt Caroline Swanga has returned chairman announced nominations in from Ezel where she spent the winter -- Wm cow Wallace to Boon Byrd 1 W Taylor Day left Sunday for CincinCBMWty Attorney Resl Estate Agent nati where he will purchase his spring stock of goods and Motary Public FxMtices ia all Coarts in Wolfe and Ad- Hon D S Godsey was up from Montjimag Ceaaties and Court of Appeals ArCeiTectaHS a Specialty gomery a few days last week and attend- Â¬ Caxpton Wolfe Cottstt Ky ed the sales here on Wednesday T SWAUGO Aunt Louisa Cox of this place is still Â¬ Â¬ O C 1VYZENS J HAZEL GREEN KY-- Regular services were held in the Chris- Â¬ fTBl attead t a11 basiness entrusted to him tian Church at this place on Sunday last with praaptsess and dispatch the pastor Rev A F Erb officiating EO tptj duty Gsiirt Clerk of Wolfe in very feeble health and the loved ones about her have no hope of her recovery Senry Eiioefel Of Elliott County morning and evening Geo W Oldfields formerly of Grassy svtth Co but recently removed to Sideview in Montgomery county came up the first 21 W 3arket SL LonisniXE Kv SKcits the patronage of Eastern Kentucky part of the week after some cattle he Chambers P P Wilson George Oliver Btaak Beaks Blanks ice and J C Lykins be and they are hereby had left behind appointed delegates to represent Wolfe M DB TAULBEE Butter is scarcer in this market than county in the General Convention to AND SUEGEON for two years and those of our farmer meet at Campton on the 1st day of April Â¬ PHJSICIAN 1S87 to nominate a friends having any of that article to date to be voted for Democratic candiHAZEL GREEN KY at August election spare can find ready sale for it Wed 18S7 to represent the 34th Senatorial OSce aver IT- - T Caskeys store Office like to have a toothful of the concen- Â¬ District of Kentucky han S t 11 A X and 1 to 4 P X Resolved 2 That said delegates ire trated cream AH Jis attended to day or night instructed to cast the vote cf Wolfe John Patrick a prominent merchant count in said convention for the Hon IOiCBS HOIE of Hager Magoffin county was in town R M Pieratt so long as he is before said convention and to use all honorable CAMPTON KY a fr w day3 last week the guest of the means to secure his nomination and elecDay House He sold a mule on sale day tion S S COMBS Propeietor Resolved 3 That the delegates of for 130 and while here purchased a The patronage of the traveling public i Wolfe cast the vote of said county as a jespectfally solicited Table the best and stock of goods unit on all questions arising before said cxerr Attention for the comfort of guests March convention according to the choice of a Born On Monday morning majority of the delegates present HOUSE 21st to the wife of John Campbell of PIERATT Resolved 4 That the proceeding of The New Phcemx Hazel Green a son He weighs twelve this meeting be published in the Hazel HAZEL GREEN KY pounds and John has given him a three Green Herald H- - Pieratt Proprietor Resolved 5 That this convention addecker name Spencer Cooper Campbell journ J C LYKINS Chairman 1 am sow running the little hotel around He sure shall have the breeches W O Mize S S Combs Secys the corner on Broadway and respectfullyinvite v former patronsand traveling peocovering walls Old papers A TRIBUTE renerallvtocallund cad und shleeb putting undersuitable for cutting pat carpets for Ele J H PIERATT hlace b terns c for sale at this once at the To the SIcmory of Mrs Eliza J Cooper E WHTn der whereupon Judge G B Swango placed the name of Hon R M Pieratt of Morgan county before the convention as the choice of Wolfe county for Senator and Dr J B Taulbee nominated S H Combs of Breathitt county No further nominations being made the vote was taken which resulted as follows R M Pieratt 175 S H Combs 95 whereupon the following were adopted Whereas Wo the Democrats of Wolfe county having implicit confidence in the honesty and integrity of R M Pieratt in his Legislative ski 11 and ability to make an able counselor in the Legislature of Kentucky Beit resolved 1 That Stephen Swan go Sr G B Swango W O Mize J M Rose C C Hanks S S Combs C M Hanks Sr Jeff Bush J B Hollon Jr J R Elkins Samuel Swango J D Â¬ Â¬ A Jerry Childers to heifer J Linden to Wash Swango yokeoxen 1 J 75 1 M Rose 12 Same to same 1 yoke oxen 57 G B Swango to Joe Williams 1 mule 60 L B Peck to S G Sample 1 horse 80 W C Perkins to H D Fallen 1 horse 62 diuretic Wm Tolliver to W C Perkins 1 horse 95 00 E WORD S C Alexander to J M Rose 1 00 cally a genial restorative The changes 00 which this great botanic remedy produces in the disordered organization are always 00 agreeably though surely progressive never abrupt and violent On this account it is adxnirablv adapted to persons delicate 00 constitution and weak nerves to of whom the powerful mineral drugs are positively inju- Â¬ 00 rious That it initiates those processes which result in the re establishment of 10 healthful vigor is conspicuously shown in 00 cases where it is taken to overcome that fruitful cause of debility indigestion cou- Â¬ pled as it usually is with billiousness and 00 constipation Thorough digestion regular evacuasion and abundant secretion are re- Â¬ 00 sults which promptly and invariably attend its systematic use It is besides the best 50 protective against malaria and a first rate is included in this Great Unloading Sale yokeoxen W T Swango to D S Godsey 2 horses 60 00 Winter goods in a great variety such as Woolen andCottGn Elannels Skirts and Shawls Hoods and 3Subias 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 give you a Guarantee that you wiii Save Money on Everything yo ly ef m I mean business and am determined to re Â¬ duce my stock at any cost for the next Thirty Bays I -- WITH Â¬ J lr - B Hollon to J M Rose 1 voke oxen S W Landrum to J T F Day 1 yoke oxen Same to same 1 heifer Same to same 1 cow Same to same 1 steer J M Rose to E F Cecil 1 mule J D Graham to J M Pose 4 steers A M Nickell to J H Evans 1 J 200 00 90 00 70 00 10 00 IS 00 15 00 77 50 Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of Stoves Grates 122 50 Pieced 31 00 Mantels LADIES AXD MISSES WOOLEN HOSE LADIES AXD MISSES CORSETS LADIES A1STD MISSES SHOES OLD LADIES SHOES m great variety MENS AND BOYS HAND MADE BOOTS MENS AND BOYS HAND Â¬ MADE SHOES MENS AND BOYS UNDERWEAR MENS AND BOYS SUSPENDERS Pressed cowandcalf Hollow ware and japanned Tinware This is the Grandest Opportunity cf the Season Total sales TO THE PUBLIC 1919 70 736 W Wfain Street LOUISV3LLE KY Tinners Stock 9i AUN THE FAMOUS HOUSE - J A Card Prom the Proprietor of bprings Swango Â¬ Attention is hereby called to the fact that I am after a year of rest at home again and in possession of the famous Swango Springs a survival of the fit test ready to welcome all health and pleasure seekers who contemplate resort- Â¬ ing to a watering place during the com- Â¬ ing summer and autumn season J Â¬ TpALACE HOTEL following prices 100 40 Cents 25 FItENOHBURG KY 50 25 Proprietor The patronage of the traveling public is Our neighbor of The Hazel Gpeex respectfully invited Table the best and Herald is writing some good articles on every attention to the comfort of guests the resources of this section and adding thereby to Eastern Kentuckys boom R TOWNSEND West Liberty Gem WITH Thanks Bro Hazelrigg and now that you have commenced your canvass for OF JOBBER the Lieutenant Governorship suppose Goods you tell the people in your speeches of Caps Straw Gloves aad Umbrella the good work The Herald is doing CH1LLICOTHE O It might help your boom you know JH WILLIAMS io 1 It S Wm H Eullerton Hats V- is seventy eight years old came to town horseback as is her custom last Thurs Â¬ The Bailding Committee of Wolfe county day to post some letters and inquire for will receive sealed bids up to 12 oclock M mail She is the mother of twenty two Oi the Frst Monday in April 1887 children and remarkably vigorous for far the building of a Court House for said one of her age She complains that her ceanty For terms plans and specifications sons in the West do not write to her but call oa or address the Committee at Camp she seemed anxious for them to know tea she is well hence this notice This March 7 1887r We heard a good joke a few days ago G B SWANGO 1 LYJONS Committee JOSEPH bank- Â¬ J nHt on J G Trimble the Mt Sterling S S COMBS er While in business at Hazel Green where he was engaged in merchandising IL TURNER Headquarters Mt Sterling Ky for many years he came across an adver- Â¬ KEPRESEKTIXG tisement in which the advertiser offered Co to send a perfect picture of Gen George Wholesale Dealers in Washington for twenty five cent Mr Trimble being an admirer of the fath er of his country and confident that he 615 W Maia St-- LOUISVILLE KY- Will be at ML Sterling every County Conrt had struck a bargain forthwith forward ed the amount In due time the picture P ROGERS came and proved to be a three cent WITH postage stamp bearing upon it the per- Â¬ NOTICE a Aunt Lottie Little of Lacy Creek who JOE Who Died Feb 26 1SS7 aged GO years A Friend in the Lexington Press of the 13th inst pays the following beau- Â¬ tiful tribute to the memory of our dear She was a kind departed mother mother a faithful friend and a devoted Christian She leaves a large family of relatives and many friends But none will miss her more than the writer of this to whom she always poured out hei troubles and sorrows of this life as did I likewise to her and ever found her sym- Â¬ pathising kind and true My almost daily association with her convinced me of the true Christian spirit which she possessed kind to all Her death has caused a vacancy in my heart that can not be filled and ever will the memory of dear aunt Liza be fondly cherished and may her spirit be a guide for us to that better land where trouble is no more Yet her memory is so fresh so clear so pleasant with us that we dream not her summer day with us is set We list for her voice day by day and vainly for one who cannot hear we wail only to again despair yet relatives and friends let us weep no more for her whose spirit has been conveyed by a bright convoy of an- Â¬ gels to the home where we all hope to dwell that home high up in heaven tlement with all who are indebted to the tional commendation estate The ensuing season promises to be one HAZEL GItEEN MARCII 16 1S37 of interest and prosperity In fact it Regular Stock Sale Day will be the epoch in the history of the MAYTOWX MARCH 17 1837 springs Already a number have indicated their Thsc having claims against the estate will intent on coming and have secured lodgbe allowed three months to file the same ings for the entire season which they will be barred and all of Two boarding houses are situated with Â¬ alter claims must be properly proven and said in a few yards of the springs and will certified according to law be managed by myself and son which A B LANDRUM Administrator are equal to the accommodation of fifty to seventy five guests Those stopping at either of the above houses will have free access to all the accommodations the springs can alford Those wishing especial accommoda- Â¬ IS THE PLACE TO BUY tions should write at once as those en- Â¬ Clocks Jewelry gaging first will have first choice of Repairing a Specialty rooms I will be prepared to furnish proven- Â¬ Charges reasonable and work warranted T F CARR Respectfully der for teams and shelter for vehicles Also will keep on hand a few vehicles TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK teams and saddle horses for those desir-Â¬ ing the use of same Rates very low All communications and queries will MT STERLING KY receive prompt attention Address the undersigned always Â¬ free True Co capacity and accommodations at1 my res- Augusta Maine idence and will make all necessary im- Â¬ provements at the springs which may H0T1GL contribute to the comfort and pleasure ADMINISTRATORS of those seeking pleasure rest and health As administrator of A J Cox deceased The vitalizing power of the water is I will be at the following places on the days sufficiently known and needs no addi- Â¬ designated for the purpose ot making setAddress I have added very greathvto my Grand outfit Â¬ made Cut this out return to us and we will l I send ou tree something of great value and importance to you that will start you in business which will bring you in more mouev right away than anything else in the world Anyone can do the work and live at home Either sex all ages Some Â¬ thing new that just coins money for all We will start you capital not workers needed This is one of the genuine impor- Â¬ tant chances of a lifetime Those who are ambitious and enterprising will not delay Ilivlii it 1 3 o -- tW MT STERLING- KY Â¬ mm I ASK YOUR ATTENTION ill li s j When you visit our city look out forthe CASH SIGN on Main streetCASH 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 1S49 knives and forks Fpoons table and tea every thing to be found in a first class jewelry store I am olso dealer in Boots Siioss Hats and Gaps and Gents Furnishing Soois Watches Ladies Fine Shoes the best that is made Children3 Shoes in all sizes and 3tyle Gents Fine and Heavy Boots Now good people remember that I am the only firm in onr city that sells far CASH ONLY this is the firm yon want to find to save you a BIG PER CENT No trouble to show goods Asking you to call when in the city and hoplny tc see you soon I remain Respectfully yours W VOWELS MainStreet A GEOSSMAX Mt Sterling Ky FRANK GOUVIOK JOUX EV Respectfully Harrison Swango Proprietor J M BIGSTAFF President W W THOMSON DIRECTORS SCHXJTPTSI Hazel Green March 16 Delayed Grassy otert J C Havens sold three two vcar old steers to W B Goad for 01 Mr Goad bought several head of cattle at this place paying good prices Doc Stamper who has been living near the mouth of Grassy recently moved to his farm near this place In consequence we gain a good citizen We had the pleasure of meeting J H DeBusk who is attending Hazel Green Academy and he spoke in highest terms of that institution S W Havens youngest daughter is very low with fever but at this writing is thought to be improving Wm Havens Esq informs us that he has issued over sixty processes since the last term of his court Wm Havens has a sheep nine months old with wool niiie inches long Who can beat it i Wm Greer a nice young man former- Â¬ ly of this place is seeking his fortune in the West Green Chaney sold a pair of jearling steers to Joe and Hiram Long for 2750 Wm Brvant sold a mule nine months nr wwuold for Vw fuish - Cashier ROSSMAH GGUVIGN GO WIIOLESA1E MAXXFACTUEE2S OV James Cmor Andrew Fesler Dr R R Drake mr341v J T Highland Green HnfTaksr fldllluDD m In view of the fact that railroad sur- Â¬ BOOTS AND SHOES ISsitrftSsssi A postal card from Rev W L Stamper formerly pastor of the M E Church South at this place but now located at Vanceburg in this State informs us that he vail soon begin the publication of the Maysville District Herald The ob-Â¬ Elm Streets Cor 4th and ject of the publication will be to pro- Â¬ OHIO mote everv interest of the M E Church CINCINNATI South in this District and in the Kentucky Annual Conference The paper will be issued monthly at 50 cents for six montns ana ail wno aesire to sub- Â¬ Ci ircid bllige if She 0bMet aai XMtlBUHM Celler ia tke World scribe can pay their subscriptions to us m 16U and we will forward them to Bro Stam- Â¬ per He will doubtless make it an inter Â¬ fmm TVmll BuJaMl fUvMJL Hjtifci wt M fifcart C TaMaa BuKirwroJ fiwd esting paper and his friends should give him liberal support Â¬ SHIPLEY OOISY CO fect picture DRY GOODS jSjhm liMmkmmll dbloTgrUctita-Cote-fgit 4n-l-- Â¬ veyors will soon be through this section locating routes for the several roads to come this way our farmers should util- Â¬ ize their spare time in ascertaining the extent and quality of the coal to be found on their lands Upon the location of these roads land buyers will come here seeking investments and the more coal the farmer can show the more valu blewill his land be There are many days that the farmer can spend in pros pecting without loss of time from his crops and he could not certainly use it to better advantage than by bringing to sight the hidden treasure upon his land Coal iron ore building stone c can be found and we will publish all the new discoveries that may be made with S iJiwli JirtlwJ 2 BRIDLES 74 and 78 MainStreet i c But buy Kellys STEEL axe It is the most perfect axe made Also buy STEEL horse shoes They will outwear iron And use STEEL nails They cost the same as iron For sale in Hazel Green by GB SWANGO W T CASKEY F McGUlRE mii una maw rmw CINCINNATI O ESTABLISHED WK Chiles SY Livery Thompson MT STERLING Co KY Agents for Eastern Kentucky McWilliams NEW Co B Sale and Feeo MT STERLING KY pleasure Hindoo Kidney Cordial manufactured by Patton Bros Catlettsburg Ky is the best kidney remedy ever introduced Having tried several of them without relief we tried Hindoo and found it the best It is sold by all Hazel Green stores JS -- - 13 - Indigestion results from a partial par alysis of the stomach and is the primary Drovers aad Traders Headquarters cause oi a very large majority of the ills that humanity is heir to The most agreeable and effective remedy is Dr J H McLeans Little Liver and Kidney is The attestion of horse and mule dealers especially invited to onr facilities for the 25 cents a vial Sold by G B handling of stock and we invite all traders Billets Swango Hazel Green and J 32 Vaughn of Wolfe and adjoining counties tp call on mO it Campton us whenin the city i u worms Many helplesi child has been laid in the crave when the disease which caused it death has been en tirely misunderstood and when worms have really beea the cassc It has bees prcTed beyond aril I exist in the human system from earlient infascytherefore parents especially mothers who ar mere with their children cannot be too ohwrrlnjrof thejSrsf symptoms of tcomafar to nrejT aa they exiac1 bo faff la and sxxcriila removed from the mast delicate litfasL by the timely use of BJLFahaeseoclt Tw c mt i Ph v iicians do not hesitate to recommend It and bw It la their Dractlce and many of the mart -profusion from all parts of the country- testify to Its gaifonri scecw Iafactit never fW3 I qnen y been Riven to children as a safe paryatlre not sxspecUax the caase of the Llsesa ma tars ihhMMw of worms were discharged and immediate relief afforded Great cautioa must be nsedby every pmifcimr to be his awn jndr in one sense and to examine every bottle he bays ot it The sLmahn noma cCTjUmtmmmmK m tmd totoihv not traSfelect He must loolc closely aad carefully to see tirat the iaiUU are S X nod wit nothlnir eL t KlPT FiUSXLW H0W4S3 UO XO Messrs J E Schwartz Co PUUtrura Pa HiTin used the crisrinsl X i Gentlemen l naTaeasoraeoi mat axnt exceuens fnge In my pwctlce aesfc for aaaay jwn1 renwdr B A FahnestocSs Vfirnsifoffennd found it to Cancy inreeoaHangKa ajumiiayx hive the desired effect I tfciaK your vermif cga can toaaMM rWtaaadgfciaaacstfeitwr not safely be dispensed with In aayf am lly years since this medleLae wa cftwJ as j remedy for Wotm Mi torn tfca atoe s Ueiulllr tiiLiiiMiinf MMC at retmtUoa t lie present da- it is almost unlTeraJly aexBowleml throughout Beriy all pars of Uts werM to tM ertign remedy Worm Confections mad more forthe parpo- - of pleaslnx tke rnOiie ttaa oC yenamlM3m disease hare been manufactured all crer the country bet their short aee ji uie a B A Fhnestoclcs Vertalf oare ooatiaaes to srrow in favor daily- - Children cften loolc pale aad attkig irm other cause than irornu and nunu are mostfrecrnentlr the result of taese bJdnMtwersMdaiara Wkw they aro irritable and f ererUh aometlmes craTintc food and eatinc raenoasly 33in refBanjTwhotMliu faL toeing restlessly in steep monisfr and grinding the teeth then be asiaredtaeae syiaptcaM are Inftintmaw mt i BAFAHNESTOCKS ItairBac7alCT VERMIFUGE ef rmnirlr nin awe - y E SCHWARTZ 6 A Kjl Frn9tocfc Cot iJUStJaj SCCCES80B3 TO 1 SW flUV i ifpMt - m v i vV rt 4 - rfes 4 t Ik zr AaHH Haul Gam Hieald u -- Stases averaglBg one and one half carat OLD TIME PEDDLERS each f 136 per carat S teaee areragiag oae and three quarter carat3 An Unscrupulous Game by Which Some each 146 per carat of Them Increased Their Profits Stones averaging two carats each 175 per Some years since while at Rutland carat marble-ornamented - tw i S3- - i -- -- J- - - -- r r r-- - - tf w There parativelv rare One evening while town Listen to what I have to say emiy on the cushion at ray side Sit varieties of thea to Bitting upon the veranda TO THE COMPOSITOR And haA e your ribbon neatly tied gether two carnts are worth 120 bnt as much time behind metrying put species the Jajttpr iomA m as possible You must not scratch nor growl sorbite tenWy so44ed osc one diamond weighing just as much w European AIp3 from the Yfiimim 1m And you must never steal nor tight and finding it a very difficult task to jTtf Ute p ahutfeie wieMer caa worth 350 Stones weighing over two accomplish thought But clear the house of rats and mice the Caucasus a faawliar uimil fc - Wi8Clhtytt with wy assays have wouldnt btf a And keep your fur and whiskers nice - AacyyrtlOBt kwg forfeoftriag man been carats are about the same price per bad idea toI strike upita conversation tkogk nmif the mtseae The things that othr pussies do carat as two carat stones they should with the host who was sitting close by seen alive The ckamots is jmk a wwA omitted jeve supplied Urer Would not be right at all for you Memoirs be dearer hut they are not simply beYou arc my cat feet six iaches- - hfek a tl-rac balancing himself in his chair AMlsMwjaaiBTelred paragraph released Remember that cause the demand for them is limited with his feet in the air and on about a houses Dwight L Mood speaking before and three feet in length-- Tine A4 Mf a teepareathesifeed about If the demand for diamonds were as level with his head tAo thousand people in Chicago sud-Â¬ THE CAT are small erect asd turaed at tfce tip As a rule paterfamilias does not en- Â¬ denly broke off with Will the usher imperative as the demand for flour or A4eh what thasks fer scalcoloas and Oh Slistress May giving the little animal a very Wke ooionc toe to yen my friend be- - beef the geometrical ratio would ugain While conversing leisurely our con- Â¬ courage amuch reading of books ex-Â¬ please let in a little air One man has Your Pussy Gray The hair IS rrnrtriTlM cept of religious character among versation drifted towards peddlers hg frem readers much as yoa say Has come into play and five carat stones iing as a rais got to sleep I never can talk while a You quite asnot scold nor to Sci which vu pinch nor strike siae the fact has kept the women of his flock and certainly COZirse Uiunuwu should Now let me show you something That I is peseta tiecasBotstroBg would be valued in the thousands man is asleep me only when you like Xor feed darker in winter man and we walked into not the general run of newspapers such the Nor shut me out to freeze at night It is not likely that the diamond of saidofficehotel brought out a lot of old as are found in every Northern family If 3 011 do not read the daily Times Trae sec yen cruelly botted say heroine They travel in bands o from tweaty He the When you are tucked up Avarm and tight When she hut toiled aad oace I saw moderate size will ever bo much lower registers and turning page after page He believes not only that a little it Avill cost vou three times the time and But treat me always in the way to fifty generally led by a ike the oW Jfy hero kicked instead of kissed and in value than it is now In the words Youd like if you were Pussy Gray wasted time to take the time to study bucks leading a more solitary life- - Tkey ace of one which he selected lie pointed knowledge is a dangerous thing and of a popular writer The diamond is out to me the name of James Pisk Jr might lead to that pernicious strong the news in papers that take three times The things that other people do Yim K4e sse Jay 4own jaw ia place of are remarkably active dashing arx Are none the nearer right for you law the very essence of property It is written in a bold hand and then he mindedness which he imagines afflicts the time to giAe the spirit of the times your cat the steepest precipicts with a sftr loot I am riches condensed too small to be seen began to relate incidents in the life of most ladies in the United States but Kemember that fendveyee aad yosr cause espouse JBtI O Sata San a young Japanese lady and so keen is their scent that it Is al Â¬ fl R Hudson in IMde Aicabf ethers frowa at you am your friend by the midnight burglar too easily hid both Jim Pisk and his father who that literally ignorance is bliss in Avriter has been taken on the editorial most impossible to approach them- - At Aa4K3U he erca whea I fear too soon to be seized by the tyrant too quickly with wagon stocked with goods were their appointed sphere If not marÂ¬ staff of one of the best papers in the My literary labors eaA the first intimation of danger tfee earned away to be wrested from the wont to travel through that section of ried at once when escaped from school City of Tokio This is the first Avoman CHAMOIS HUNTING Jfaryerel Ifytkig in Harpers Bazar doe on guard warns the rest by a shriS exile or the outlaw A diamond is a the country and alwajs put up at this restraints sometimes the mother or in the kingdom avIio has been admitted whistle at the same time stampiag ker A Hcntsmans Thrlllinjj Adventure De- Â¬ o portable empire It is no wonder hotel DIAMOND HISTOEY some elderly female relative un Â¬ within the circle of journalism scription and Habits of the lteautlful feet as if to insure attention and of Hindo the persecuted ex monarchs Little Animal they go over places Avhere it would isot EdAvard Gould youngest son of The registers as far back as 1850 dertakes to instruct the daughter stan put their nione in diamonds wee all there and my curiosity in those domestic duties which matri Â¬ Jay Gould has been taught practical most difficult hunting be deemed possible and Avhere hunter Perhaps the Jewale Whicli Are the Very Es Â¬ against British rapacity is ex- Â¬ caa not follow Pour horned chaofe in all Europe said a friend tempted me to look through them and mony entails because whether rich or short hand Avriting type writing etc sence of Property Our San Francisco jewelers buy tlviir I there found the names of main of our poor on the day of her marriage she until he is iioav one of the most profi Â¬ perienced in following the chamois have been found the two set of homs diamonds in London and Paris None at present wealthy coreligionists en- Â¬ will go to a home of her own which cient stenographers and typc Avriters in They have been chased from time im- Â¬ giving the animal a strange appear Comparatively a Modern Discovery No of them have 3et established con Â¬ rolled therein who at that time were the expectant bridegroom must previ- Â¬ the United States V Y Herald memorial and now are to be found ance Tfiis however is merely art ac-Â¬ Seserd of the Diamond Prior to Golconda or peddling not with wagon but with ously prepare To that end she is nections with Brazil or Christ Carleax llactHattoas Miss Alice J ShaAV is a Avhistling only on the most precipitous cliffs cidental occurrence There is a lirm in New pack upon their back 1 singled out a taught to prepare delicacies for the soloist avIio recently Cape Town where only those can venture who are ValHe At certain seasons of the year the ia Its gaAe a perform- Â¬ York which cuts diamonds and which number of the names of parties of sick and refreshing medicinal drinks ance in SteinAvav Hall Ncav York educated up to it from youth Some bucks become extremely pugnacious Strange to say the diamond is a mod- - performed a good job on that remark Â¬ whom I knew and he remembered to make dulcxes jellies and dainty des- Â¬ 3ears ago I spent a Avinter in the heart and terrific duels are frequently fought Â¬ criHiprovement There is no historical able stone which was discovered a few them all distinctly and many anec- Â¬ serts and occasionally by way of Miss Ella Chamberlain is also a distin- of the Alpine country and made up on the tops of the lofty peaks and often record of the diamond prior to Christ years ago on the bank of the James dotes were related bv him in connection practice is given for a season the en- Â¬ guished Avhistler and both are public my mind that I would have a chamois the defeated chamois has been hurled school teachers and belong to the and Tavcrnier asserts probably with river opposite Richmond Va But with some of them tire management of her fathers house- Â¬ Teachers Association of NeAV York pronounced sham Avalt head to deco Â¬ by its adversary over the cliff to de Â¬ truths that no large diamonds were in Amsterdam holds an easy pre eminence rate m study 1 got it and also nearly struction below Avliile in the back- Â¬ The Yankee peddlers however he hold 1 have heard of eases where she City K Y Tribune cent- in diamond cutting and its work goes said were the shrewdest of all and he has even ordered all the provisions the market before the sixteentli left my bones in the Alps and I Mr Joseph AY Drexel avIio has wouldnt undertake the trip again for ground the rest of the herd are uryThe first diamonds came from to London or Paris for sale where our told about the Yankee clock and jewelry paid the servants provided rations for anxioush aAvaiting the termination of India especially Ceylon the second dealers find it- - Diamonds like editors peddler who sold a farmer a clock the carriage horses and looked over the retired from business and liAes com- Â¬ an- - inducement the battle The colors of both sexes large supply from Brazil which pro Â¬ can onlv be cut bv themselves The peddler sold clocks all aloxg his coachmans bills for shoeing etc in fortably on his accumulated fortune in I secured a guide said to be the are about the same The female duced them so fast that the price fell Diamond dust is the only material that route and itwoidd take him about four short kept a thorough account of all Ncav York began life on a salary of best in the country for that sport and chamois is slightly smaller than the to 4 a carat and remained for a long will impinge the surface of the raw to six months to go over it The clocks domestic expenditures but these in Â¬ one dollar a Aveek He spent seventy one beautiful morning Ave started out male The kids are of a deep yellow-five cents of his first Aveeks earnings time at about 3 a carat It was prob- - diamond jaw tramp carry werent very accurate and nearly all stances are extremely rare for a box of water colors and iioav in ready for a three days My I said ish broAvn color having the under ably about that time that the great The tendency of modern taste is to-Â¬ persisted in stopping or going in the guide both sidns of the head and the throat Domestic life among the upper class-- later years exercises the same early ing only im light rifle Tqyal collections of diamonds were ward simplicity in shape and artistic most eclectic fashion He would get es in Mexico is charmingly simple and had seen a buck several days before white Much of the so called chamois as an accomplished he made decoration in design The belle of the around to the first party he sold a really worthy of imitation as contrast- Â¬ taste for pictures on a cliff that encircled a mountain leather comes from these little animals amateur photographer jV Y Mail The collection belonging to the Sul- - modern ballroom is amazed to see the clock are still about ten miles awav and toAAard this of was ed with the lives of some of our so Â¬ The clock is no good A literary man says I have spot avc started and by four in the that ininsome parts fiftyAustria tan of Turkey which is probably the massive handcuffs which her mother the complaint or more The herds of found Well heres another ciety ladies with their summers at surely discovered the author of The finest in the world dates prior to the wore in the guise of bracelets with trv this afternoon Ave Aere wclLup the mount-Â¬ are much valued in and he would give him watering places and winters in Europe Bread AAiiiners It is John Hay as has ain So rough Avas the country and beautiful horns discover of America and undoubtedly little spikes hanging from them on another clock and sell him some other their neglected homes and ceaseless SAA itzerland where they are made into came from Asia One Turkish Pasha which the ardent lover impaled his goods At the next house the same round of expensive gayety A profes- Â¬ been asserted You remember the pe- Â¬ climbing that avc tied ourselves to-Â¬ ornaments of various kinds as knife alone left the empire at his death seven fingers when he tried to clasp Ange Â¬ complaint was made and he would sional beauty would not be tolerated culiar name of Oftit in the book Well gether b a long rope and I found that and paper cutter handles while even table cloths embroidered with dia Â¬ linas hand The modern bracelet is a leave the clock he took back from the here in good society and a married a man of that name appears in the even though carrying tue traps nvy the hoofs are used in many ways- - The monds and sixty bushels of fine pearls plain narrow hoop of gold with a last partv and the next party that belle would speedily find herself ostra early chapters of the life of Lincoln guide could still help me along occa- Â¬ chamois is belieed to be gradually on Avhich Hay and Nicolay are publishing In the last war with Russia in 1878 rich stone set in it When Buchanan complained received the clock in ex- Â¬ cized as an improper character sionally the decrease and perhaps some of the Turkey borrowed 30000000 from the was President and the gentlemen of the change that he ltst took back and so Fannie B Ward in Milwaukee Sentinel in the Century I mentioned the coin Â¬ Finally Ave reached a spot where present generation may live to see their cidence to one of the assistant editors we could see Ottoman Bank on the security of crown South declared that they were going to on over the route Charles Frederick the cliffs It Avas a sheer total extinction of the magazine and lie admitted on Avail of jewels The cashier of the bank was die in the hist ditch girls wore ear Â¬ STATIONARY COMETS rock three thousand feet high Holder in Golden Dags all The admitted to the treasure chamber and rings Avhich were ponderous masses kinds landlord who was brimful ofand The Peculiar Itcllectlona Observahle Miles being pressed hard that John Hay without a sign of a place Ahere a foot- Â¬ of reminiscences stories novel Avrote the was told to help himself until he had of gold with a few precious stones hold could be gained and utterly unÂ¬ Above Burning Gas Wells Her History Mixed of peddlers told me of one of tricks Chicayo Herald enough to secure his advauces I set in them in odd corners and which the tricks practiced by shrewd but dis- Â¬ Often in the winter there ma be approachable to nry inexperienced eyes There AAas a very pretty young Isdy selected enough said he to secure distended the holes in their pretty While avc were resting my companion seen in the gas region far up in the honest peddlers upon some of their HUMOROUS the bank against loss in any event but ears so that bad brothers could stick a took out his glass and after looking last summer who Avas leading a flock illiterate customers who were mostly sky at night one or more faint white Yes the removal of the gems I took made lead pencil in them The modern car farm folks and who gcnerallj bought streaks six or eight feet long observed Mrs Grap av through it for a f cav moments he grasped of friends of her own age over the Isles They no gap in the accumulation ring is a simple jewel pearl or dia Â¬ all their wares on credit settling for look like comets and the one first seen kinder got tired of gas and now Avere me bA the arm and pointed to the highest of Shoals You Avill remember that The Russians have the largest dia Â¬ mond It has a setting to hold it in to have the house lit with clan Â¬ spot on the ledge Taking the instru- Â¬ braA c John Smith discovered these the same at certain seasons of the car was quite generally mistaken for a goin mond in the world the Orloff which place but the jeweler exhausts his art ment I soon saw un first live chamois isles which should by right have Each one of these is caused b destine electric light Some of these farmers persisted in ask- Â¬ comet weighs 194 carats and forms the apex to conceal the settinr so that it shall Lord Tennyson persists in his de It Avas a fine buck and I could distinct borne his name but he Avas a busy and The light of ing the peddler man as he was not a burning gas well restless felloAv who set foot in many of the Russian scepter The Preach not be detected and that the gem of a infrequently called after he made out the well shines upon the small ice termination to write Avill poem to tin Ia see the black horns as they projected Ncaa- - England nooks and left his diamond known as the Regent whicli purest ray serene shall seem to hang probably be OAer the edge as the little creature Aas off five or six dollars crystals which quite often are floating Battenbcrg baby It was stolen at the famous robbery of the on beautys ear by the attraction of his bill to throw lying on the Aciy Acrge of the preci- Â¬ memory there as Avell as in the glades us and is by them a boo colic production honest peddlers would refuse to do in the air far above of Virginia On Star Island the mostin crown jewels in 1792 and was afterÂ¬ affinity and rings Docs any one re- Â¬ You talked in your sleep pice Avith its head partly hanging over Wife this but their less scrupulous competi- Â¬ reflected or thrown down again so ward found in a ditch is 136 carats member the monstrous cables which tors would readily do so and in this that we see it though the gas well last nightrJohn and you mentioned and my guide said that several more teresting of the Shoals some of the by- Â¬ gone inhabitants have pu tip a monn and was valued at 2500000 a hundred old Mrs Croesus used to wear in the Husband That so were probably in the rear way they never carried bills with a may be man miles from us Every mothers name Captain Smith The Avording years ago Who on earth would give days of our mothers in which gold and The sight of the game refreshed ns ment toclumsy as we It must haAc been that mince pie I ate well furnishes but one comet printed heading and queer but the kind Â¬ onit is 2500000 for a stone Estimating the rubies and diamonds and pearls were Harper s Bazar and avc commenced the ascent again ly and October 12 18 55 mav call it for want of a better name before going to bed right feeling makes up for that value of money at 5 per cent the own- Â¬ massed together so that when jou Due on old account 27 50 and after an hours hard climbing which always appears in the same Footprints in Chicago er of such a gem would spend 125000 shook hands with her 3011 fancied 3011 found that there aais absolutely no Our accurate young lady spied the Great men by their lives leave footprints When the lower air also is filled yds 144 place eyes of her In the sands of time Ave knov a year in loss of interest The famous had got hold of a curtain ring which 12mirt Muslin at 12c way of reaching the locality of the monument and piloted the t on with ice ervstals we see not the com party totvard it Avith her parasol But their marks are slight compared to I blue diamond the Saucy which was had been battered out of shape In pr Socks at 25c 150 ets but great fiery streaks game except by going above and be- Â¬ the comFoot prints in Chicaj o snow Thats Smith she said 1 20 stolen at the same time lias never been the modern ring the gold modestly C pr Stockings at 20c ing loAAered down to a ledge just above plete reflections that reach from the Merchant Traveler asked oae of the tu Whos Smith recovered Perhaps the robber hid it effaces itself leaving the gem to shine o oniric it 1 AL points where the comets Avere down This countrv consumed eight oitt them This in a moment of foolhardi groAvn boys an unenlightened boy he and died before he thought it sife to in solitan radiance And think of the ess I determined to do and by mak- Â¬ across the sky to the horizon at the and one quarter tons of quinine during was to be sure dig it up Perhajis he was killed and chains our grandmammas used to fasten points where Ave see the glare of the the last year And yet even that great ing a long detour and going up another Wiry its the Smith that cut off Â¬ his secret died with him At anv rate to their watches none of 3 our footy 550 30 distant gas Avells dose was not able to keep the country thousand feet avc found onrselvea up Pocahont is head she replied with it is gone Louis Napoleon invested little things that the Philistine couldnt Tims by taking off six dollars the They stand out against thc dark from shaking Boston lr0it on an irregular plateau that Ave esti- Â¬ extreme distrust for his ignorance several millions in diamonds it is part see as he passed but solid massive ani- Â¬ fiery rods a dol- Â¬ background like great still And do you love me mated must be directly over the She And the last we heard or them they ly oh the proceeds of these jewels that chains b3 which a dog could have been peddler wouldfive be inIf twelve ards mals and not live hundred by accident central bright streak or spine running George lars and fifty cents He a medical student AAere scouring old Gosport forPoAvha - liis widow has been supporting herself secured in his kennel or a small boat the farmer discovered the cheat the through them Avhich shades off into a aAvay Sir from my sixth left rib Ys ever since his death The English moored to its landing place Watch peddler would simply say he made a beautiful gloAving red on each side The descent from here to tiic loAA cr tans house I think- it must have been I mean my dear from the botHe is 102 carats but it has chains nowada3s are modest unob- Â¬ ledge that Avas above the chamois Avas this same young lad- Avho ansAered an Tid Bits mistake in counting in the year with They are regular in shape apparently tom of my heart been so badly cut that its value is a trusive objects which hold the watch precipitous in the extreme and evcry examination quettion concerning the the rest of the items and the unsus Â¬ about tAventy inches Avide the sides asked the step was made with the greatest care cause of the Trojan Avar by the pleas Â¬ Is this a trunk line matter of uncertainty The English in place but which shrink from public pecting farmer would be satisfied straight the top slightly rounded and Summer girl at the raihvay station the guide holding back on the rope as ant information that Hannibal carried nolnlity have always been lovers of the view and timidly shun the admiration the bottom fading awa as it reaches American Hebrew off Helen in a wooden horse Louis it is I went ahead No replied the ticket agent diamond When the Duke of Bucking- Â¬ their exquisite embroider might some- Â¬ the flame in the glare of the Avell 1 Oh Im so sorry for a branch ham was sent to Paris to fetch the times command Sai Francisco Call We Avere fearful that a stone would Imogen Guiney in Wide Awake MEXICAN GIRLS No description or pictures of these wantvd to take four trunks along Avith start and alarm the herd but finally future Queen Henrietta he wore a suit A Wild Beasts Rage How the IJuddins Scuoritus of Our Sister comets and fiery columns can gie a me N Y Witness of clothes valued at 250000 It was Ave reached the spot and looking over ONE HONEST MAN Republic Arc Educated true idea of their strange beauty Avhich A fashionable lady in boasting of the edgt that tvas so tremendous an made of satin and uncut velvet set all Though Polar bears have got the The scholastic course of a Mexican docs not become commonplace by A Story Which Xecil Corroboration TJo her ucav palatial residence said that abss that the trees in the valley be name of being untamable brutes they over with diamonds and the diamonds foro Bclnr Accepted as True girl of aristocratic family is finished reason of a regular e very day or AvindoAVs Avere all of stained glass were purposely so loosely sewn that Ioav looked like small bushes I saAA agree verv Avell among themselves as a Among those in the east room was before she is fifteen at which age she rather every night appearance as the Thats too bad cried her mother that by being lowered doAvn upon still rule Indeed the she bear is a model they flew off as the Duke walked and Dr Weiting of Sracuse N Y Dr is considered marriageable The these phenomena are visible 011I3 under but Avont soap and turpentine take another ledge I could by leaning mother kind and self denying to her persons of base degree picked them up Wieting owns the opera house wherein wife of General Santa Anna was certain favorable conditions Those Boston Fosl the stains out and earned them off Prince Ester Cleveland was nominated for Governor wedded to that Avily ruler whom Amer- Â¬ still chilly nights Ahen the sky has a over probably get a hot if in the oung ones Avhich she will defend They meantime the animals did not make off against every foe to her last breath Men are strange creatures hazy is said to have exhibited similar The President shook the little doctors icans remember as the Butcher of the hazy appearance Avhen a feAV scatter- Â¬ ostentation at a ball at Almaeks hand quite cordially There is a good Alamo when only thirteen and nu- Â¬ ing Hakes of crisp dry siioav may be will Avaste an hour hunting a collar My guide carried a coil of stout cord Captivity seems to have the effect of The grm lover will find no such story told of Dr Weiting Some years merous brides in these later days are fluttering doAvn are the nights upon button instead of having an extra sup- Â¬ and this Hashed firmly about my Avaist souring their temper At any rate a jewels as these in this country Occa Â¬ ago he was lecturing in New York and scarcely older It must be remembered Avhich the finest displays are seen and ply and letting their Avife ami the miss Â¬ then bracing against the roeks that male and female bear fell out ia the sionally in the east one reads of a dia Â¬ after the lecture he was approached by however that girls mature early in the several nights may intervene between ing one You never see a Avoman look gave me the smallest foothold I com- Â¬ Cologne Zoological Gardens ten years mond necklace or a diamond parure a young man who was an entire stran- Â¬ tropics and in corresponding ratio these curious and beautiful exhibitions for the pin she drops Her husband menced the descent foot by foot and ago and a furious fight ensned The railing for 40000 There was at one ger to him The doctor wis therefore grow old much sooner than in the Sometimes the comets Avill appear di- Â¬ finds it when he AAalks around in his inch by inch hanging literally by a latter groAving exhausted by the strug Â¬ thread OAer the alle beloAv I Avasso gle her opponent dragged her to the time a purse proud parvenu in the greatly surprised to hear him make an colder North Though Mexico abounds rectly overhead and the fiery col- Â¬ bare feet Saugcrlics Telegraph Where haAe excited b the prospect of getting the large trough in the den and held her Mistress and maid United States Senate who wore a 10 extraordinary request He had been in single women of mature age on umns often reach to a great height IVe been to a game that I did not realize the danger beneath the water till death put an end 000 diamond in his shirt front GovÂ¬ in the audience and heard the lecture never hears of an old maid for to depending of course on the distance you been Jane ernor Stanford spent 80000 in dia Â¬ and was captivated by the doctors elo- Â¬ remain forever unmarried entails no of the observer from the source of il- Â¬ meeting of tin- Girls Friendly Society and kept on cautiously until I reached to her sufferings There AAas a terrible Then bending my head earnestness in all this Avhich shoAvs Well and what did the the ledge monds at Tiffanys some years ago and quence and he made bold to speak to such stigma here as attaches to mi- Â¬ lumination Recently the top of one maam cruel a wild lieast is Please maam oAer in the slightest manner possi Â¬ hoAV you some of the ladies of San Francisco him The oung man said he desired niated women of other lands If her of these reflections Avas estimated to be lady say to ble 1 saAV the game The buck Avas Avhen in a state of ungovernable rage whose jewel cases the reporter is not to go to California anil wanted money lonely condition is alluded to by these six and a half miles above the burn Â¬ she said I Avasut to give you avi ruing Â¬ Little Folks privileged to describe contain gems Give me one thousand dollars polite people they speak of her with ing Avell Samuel W Hall in St as 1 meant to She said that I was to upon his feet and near him AAere severlook upon you as my thorn ami bear al others I had just room to fire con- Â¬ said he to Dr Weiting representing a sum whicli would and Ill send some kindly phrase indicating that la Xicholas Avhilch I did literally hanging in the Sand Bags In Sick Rooms London Punch stitute a fortune in an ordinary family you one half of every dollar I make in i pobracita it the poor dear thing has air and joyfully saAV my buck fall and Long and Short Days There arc diamond necklaces here for California Agent selling preparation for re- Â¬ been hard to please For a sick room the sand bag is In side at 2500 to 3500 which would be I haAe heard the clattering of numbers of valuable Get some clean fine sand moving stains from clothing The custom of engaging accomplished The doctor was so surprised at the London Eng and Bremen Prusas effective in a ball room as a string of request that he did not sa an thing foreign governesses or native tutors to siaAtthe longest da3 ha sixteen and a got here Servant who responds hoofs as the rest moved off I shouted to the guide and he Ioav dry it thoroughly in a kettle on the gems of live times the size There is for some time and finally asked the instruct young girls at home is gaining Excuse me half hours At Stockholm Sweden to the agents ring ered aAvay and I soon Avas b the ani Â¬ stove make a bag about eight inches one ring here which contains a hi c young man who he was The doctor ground among wealthy families in the a has eighteen a please but Ave are in great trouble mal a noble felloAv over three feet in square of flannel fill It with the dry and longest da diamond weighing four and a half learned his name and then asked him Mexico because to send a budding of the half hours At Hamburg in Germany here to day The gentleman explo- Â¬ length Untying my rope I fastened sand scav the opening carefully carats and two fair rubies it is worth win he did not go to his relatives for senorita over ten years of age to a and Dantzic in Prussia the longest house has been blow up in an it about him securely and ga e the together and cover the bag with cotton S 7G50 juid is 110 doubt cheap at the money Thcjoung man replied that Ha hurt much A even in the family car Â¬ day has seventeen hours At St Pe Â¬ sion or linen This Avill prevent the sand Blown to atoms Only a grease spot signal and up he Avent and a few from sifting out and will aLo enable 3rice- - But who would like to go he had no relatives riage accompanied by a maid who tersburg Russia and Tobolsk in Si Â¬ through life with the sobriquet of the Ha Only a grease moments later the rope came back A After a few days thinking over the never loses sight of her till she is safely beria the longest da has nineteen loft of him The face of the cliff Avas covered 3011 to heat the bag quickly 111 the oven Mail with the Riug Well heres a bottle of to the parental casa is looked hours and the shortest iiA e At Tornca spot you say or on top of the stove- - After once matter the doctor concluded to give the returned my champion Eradicator which Avill re- Â¬ Avith small ledges from four to six in using this one a H1 never attempt to It is curious to note the fluctuations mone- - to the 3oung man and he did upon as an alarming stretch of the pro- Â¬ in Finland the longest day hn ches Avide that I used as footholds and tAvo minutes in the A alue of diamonds About 300 so A 3 ear or to aiterwaru ur cit- Â¬ prieties In the das of conventual 1111 the feet or hands of a sick person hours and a half and the short- Â¬ move that grease spot in up these treacherous stairs I started Ava Charleston Mass Enterprise o years ago tney were quoieu at a ing received 5000 from California It institutions the daughters of Avith a bottle of hot Avater or a brick est tAvo hours and a half At Ward being steadied by the guide Aho haul Â¬ caraL Fifty years later we find hem was marked The sand holds the heat a long time One half of the money parents were usually placed in charge huys in Norway the day lasts from A Powerful New Pistol ed from above soiling at 105 a caraL A hundred and I have made and the bag can be tucked up the Dr Weiting then wrote of the gentle sisterhood generally en- Â¬ May 21 to July 22 Avithout interrup Â¬ I had almost reached the middle back without hurting the invalid- - toIt is fifty jcars later the supply from Bra Â¬ to the young man that he considered tering the convent schools at an early tion and at Spitsbergen the longest I Avas recently present at the trials zil had increase m large that one that he had complied with his promise age and remaining until old enough to day is three and a half months At made tvith a new pistol invented by ridge when I happened to look up and a good plan to have tAvo or three bags carat skmes sold for 40 and shortly and released him but the young man marry Since the banishment of nuns New York the longest day June 19 Mr Marcus a distinguished mechan Â¬ saAV the rope twirling and broken It ready for use as needed Detroit afterward at 4 From this point the replied that he did not consider himself and monks from Mexico a great main has fourteen hours and fifty six min Â¬ ical engineer In this iin ention the had begun to chafe and before I could Tribune rallied to 31 per carat at the time of released and would carr- - out his barÂ¬ private schools and seminaries have utes at Montreal fifteen and a half use of a cartridge is dispensed vth utter a shout of warning the guide Says the proprietor of a SL Louis the French revolution then under the gain Money continued to come from been established wherein girls are hours School Supplement the bullet itself being prepared with pulled again and the rope parted second I expected to fall back type foundry Here Ave are on the For a pressure of the supply from exiled California until Dr Weiting had re- Â¬ duly finished m according to Mexican an exrlosive But in spite of this ex Favoring the New Version the fell again to 20 ceived 40000 Then it stopped and he ideas The acme of their accomplish Â¬ shape is over the precipice but fortunately the eve of 1888 Avhich creates a triple de- Â¬ French noblesse plosivi nature of the bullet its The ex- Â¬ step at that place Avas wide enough to mand for the figure 8 The triple use Daring the first sixty or seventy years could not find the young man and the ments is to become good linguists and not altered by the explosion Billinghast has failed again of this century the- rose steadih and doctor came to the conclusion that he excellent musicians and to acquire a plosion - initiated by a simple mechan- Â¬ afford me a foothold and b pressing of figures in the annals of time wfll You dont say so For how much not occur again until 1911 1939 2000 they were quoted at was dead The doctor took the 40000 smattering of history and general liter- Â¬ twenty years ism provided in the interior of the pis- Â¬ against the stonA AAall I held on Twenty five thousand dollars The guide at first thought I had 2022 2111 2122 2202 2212 2222 about 100 carat Now Mr Henry and invested it in allock of buildings ature placing them about on a par ThatVthe third time isnt it He tol The exp viments were made with gone Â¬ over but I shouted to him to etc D Morse of Boston gives the follow- He had hardh made the purchase be Â¬ with the corresponding class in Prance gets richer a singlt barrel pistolct the barrel being eerv time double the rope and toss it over and ing prices of diamonds at the present fore the entire bloqk burned down and and Spain But they are never cult- Â¬ Yes Ho believes in the old proverb four centimeters long and its caliber Fothergili stated some tinae age At a range of thirty after several trials I succeeded in catch Â¬ time he lost all the money made for him by ured to the Bostonian point in the If at first ou dont succeed fail fail six millimeters classics or occult sciences their simple Stoaes averaging one half arat each SCO per the honest young man in California paces a three quarter inch Avooden ing it though back to and in a position that beef too is rather a stimulant thas Philadelphia Call again carat acquirements being such as shine to board Avas pierced by the bullet Then that tho slightest wind might have a nourishment and now an article ap Â¬ Stoaes averaging three quarter carat each i60 Washing ton Letter best advantage in the home circles The United Presbyterian Church a pistol Avith a simple acting magazine bloAAn me off I soon had it tied about pears in the Nineteenth Century show pcrca rai nn Avaist and pushing out to relieve ing that it powerf ally retards digetiotK Mexican ladies of high degree are of Scotland is making a special effort J containing tAvelve bullets was tried Stoaes averaging one carat each 8100 per If men are so wicked with religion o rat never educated with a view to utilizing to secure for its ministers a minimum alioAving the discharge of forty shots the strain I Avent slowly up and This action is said to be due to the oc what would thev be without it Stoaes averaging one and one quarter carats finally reached the top in safety as gaiiic acids contained in k aeir accomplishments for gaining a salary of one thousand dollars Franklin cer minute Vienna Cor Ssiouce aeu i per carat weight - Vfc of the hotels in stopped at In other words the value of the gem that Ineat little one white increases ia the geometrical ratio of its Pour diamonds weighing to- Â¬ Â¬ livelihood in any possible reverse oC fortune for under no circumstances are thejT expected to assist in their own The old Spanish custom support which obliges gentlemen to provide for all their destitute female relatives and to shield them absolutety from contact with the world still prevails among the upper classes notwithstanding the fact that nearly a century of foreign wars and internal revolutions have made it a difficult task in man instances and forever debarred from matrimony the scions of proud but impoverished PERSONAL AND LITERARY Paul Tilton son of Theodore Til- ton is making a reputation as an artist in Rome Hugh O Northeote son of the late Lord Iddesleigh is a banker in NeAV of Hamilton York and a Pish It is said that the papers and MSS of his father which Colonel Fred Grant is editing Avill make tAo or three Aol umes of the size of the Generals son-in-hnv FOE OUR YOUNG READERS REMEMBER THAT THE GIRL a aomsee-The eha haiitedRow m exesffc fcjr skii4T M 2ow Pussy Gray Come here I pray who hare beea bcogt---faes3 aad tfcftlittl bt lt -- Â¬ much-talked-abo- ut - Â¬ 1 G Â¬ 11 -- -- Koh-i-no- or A - sa-age- l- -- Â¬ da--scho- tAven-ty-o- nc -- Y-J-o well-to-d- m - ro i- -- F JBm y8CK- - 4IV jm --- r CG i v I -- 1 - WHERE THE LAUGH COMES IN CsBmaptlem Carw The time for my departure arrived fever I patiently awaitedthe doctors HOME FARM AND GARDEN would bo a truthful name to give to Dr Mtatfiat unirrriT r i What should I do Tell her boldly return but it was a long time and I Mf the awttar f Tiles of deep color are used to borÂ¬ toIt am twice as easy to spend fifty cents Kerces Golden Medical Discovery tfc IYK aa as efisaee LXMAMintmir iw iutk t gc to de circus as am to pay back two most emcacious meaicmo yeiaiscoTCrea zor wF that I loved her No I could not If dropped off to sleep once more TFrK ealr e sew aide of tae pa fwaa mlia der book cases the smaller plain tile saillins of borrowed it money Brother Gard- - J arresting the early development of palmo a waaaleaUriyearrfat ia iiujuaei asadat YEtETAUE I had been sure of her feelings toward Another dream another fete an-Â¬ being placed in bauds of color between nera Observations We MMeeaaarfagarea stomas distiset Prer consumption care t nary disease But JH e ftesstpfarr feeeaaaaoftame I would not have hesitated but other conservatory another lady an- Â¬ of the shelves American Art An I see there is a new star in Orion II would not sufficiently Indicate the scope ka it irmnnnff mn nPTninrao in ail under such doubtful circumstances I other proposal another acceptance an-Â¬ repeated Orion ri n la n which ayiiug iium a ub-f A good cement to fasten on lamp observed Mr Snaggs 0H did not deem it advisable and there- Â¬ other kiss and every dance with my Mrs Snaggs 1 have never seen that play UiMuj uiatuowthe liver and blood the Dis rangement of tops is melted alum use as soon as r tmmim tafkhh awl Vwmm THERE YET HERE Tid Bit fore left without telling her how dearly name opposite on the caul When I think covery is a sure specific Of all melted and lamp is ready for usa as I Wno says you can not reason with a druggists safe and I worshiped at her shrine-- I was in- Â¬ awoke a smile of satisfaction was on soon as the cement is cold Exchange woman You can reason with a woman 3 twiS mrs ralj- - tfc wwtlwufj iiiU a 1m April she was witli aae wfeo ttKlay U Otb vited to repeat my visit and when Miss nry face The doctor was by my side Vekt young people show their age The TUInH TaSteg TsMawfrbaretetfee Xar efi world of God Lamp chimneys may be annealed And generally that is all the good it will old ones know how to hide it X O Pica-Â¬ oerattes VbtC sMlf She k set far away qsast Wj4tihT wilnw a i Kosemond added that she would be de and seemed pleased with the change yune Slaves M4ertk are seadered by j lighted to meet me again almost felt Then he told me of a week of raving it is said so that they will not crack do Somerville Journal We notice in a newspaper some verses I by placing them ia cold water grad- Â¬ Bupturc Breach or Harms like laying bare my thoughts BaariyataaftbTBTuyBMat J balls two young ladies quarrels ually bringing the water to the boiling headed The Seven Ages of Woman about permanently cured or no pay The worst mimnmmnM is 1fee seet wkerc ia the raia wet biom After a woman is thirty she abolishes the cases guaranteed Pamphlet and references When I got home it began to dawn and all that sort of thing My eyes 5 Tvmrrm T Intn ii tut IJ t siy feiessoa of tae spring upon me that I Jiad not acted in the alighted on the bouquet point and then allowing it to cool other six Somerville Journal Worlds Dispensary for wlmntonte asd zvKeTM weakBoas tte hmmSC 10 cents in stamps sfeaftstri across slowly the operation to be repeated Two bots were in the post office to- Medical Association 663 Main St Bufiale era ItefegftTatecplwnaw PffrViiDaaalaJiafiiirL The Sewors heart aad hear a roWa siag most honorable manner toward Doctor said I to whom am I several times N Y Examiner TfeaX feeMsgof beartec UWBjimtiic gether One of them pointing to a small K Y wat n nermmnwufr k3 Nellie but I assured myself that no indebted for this beautiful bouquet sign said Thats what I do when my There is no place like home especially teaeuhetoaawayagdcraMrircBaattmiaM iriB9 - Ki A4 I see her face bo fair so sweet at allttmga ami aetlKHaMay An oblong figure so long again as mother boxes my ears letter bos Tt1illTlMri imrniTrii Him Tl iiulinlli 1 SeJaMeftewks thoughts aHd oh so true one could have resisted the temptation He turned and said something in an if its tho home of your best girL St er tke cure oC SJ4vr Cemjtalm e ethr aasc aM As wfcfettst Aprils jsy my pulses beat Gkuxtlixg Landlord your servants Paul Iferald There was but one course for me to undertone and left the room I heard wide is the most profitable shape for a CoapqsadlsBawryajarfrMcqfa Mx Hb lac Te 4ay ay darfiag as I thiak of yon Landgarden as the rows are equally long are very much like time and tide pursue and that was to go straight to the rustle of feminine apparel and eeaW be witkeet LTXA JCKBeOUrs SoCubBt Sdtjdex CnAKGES of TV eather are pro- Â¬ LXTZPILLS Tip mm rrtTinrtiatfnii JtWaianca aiil Ah indeed sir How H Sewor se 6weet6 vielets you said and less time is taken up in turning lord flattered nn first love and confess to her my turned my head in that direction They wait on no ductive of Throat Diseases Coughs Colds 0x70x7 oftcTer 36 c sate a hog at i Gruntling is thati A teek tbe bioooaa smiling dreamily the horse The size of the same should man weakness to acquaint her of the fact etc There is no more effectual reliet tn The other lady Xewwe tkey always bear alive or dead theso diseases to be found than in the use be in proportion to the number of the This message bora of love Nellie A SIew Youic paper speaks of a lady of Browns Broxchiai Tkoches I thiak of that another had found a place within family bearing in mind the fact that pickpocket No lady picks any pocket but hee my heart and beg her pardon for car Â¬ Tom THC acre well manured and this sort She was a miss Bore b tbfe kaell we sat awhile to see but marrying matters to this extreme This I need not say any more You can one fourth of anproduce more and better her husbands and tn cases of proper riage tamed very pert she isonce ex pert EAKT usage has rendered such action cultivated will The asafeer seskiae fade to rosy light an her and resolve was much more easily made guess the rest heard tLe ham of soaie belated bee Merchant Traveler A4 vegetables than a whole acre not so well Omaha Iferald than carried out At least so I found EST John M Schoexeman Fogg u So you have twins down at jrour laiiveward farisg pollen laden flight Explosions of Coughing are stopped by attended to Chicago Journal Who house have you PaU OKelly it u The Honey of Horehound and Tar hearts a rover like the bee yon said Snow cake is very pretty to mix told ye we had twins Indade we have Hales Toothache Drops Cure In one minute A SILLY CEREMONY I went direct to her home to advise Pikes TK7JJCLT9Hi It feasts for sweets in every flower that her of - change with any dark cake by way of contrast not There is just wan boy an wan gnrL of base She had IU3MTME Subpced snuff is a handsome new Otieeng Detroit JPree Press Irawing Take one tumblerful of flour one and the Sese cesae too late and find the flower is been anxiously watching and waiting Description of Reception to Ladies color not to be sneezed at X Y Ledger Room or he How are collections doctor dead WML1 one half tumblers of sugar the whites Slow Fer seae the stubborn flower will not un- - for me and opened the door for me A drawing room as Queen Victo of ten eggs beaten to a stiff froth Stir asked of a young phsician cough medicine is Pisos Cure The best CWIESIiL Bright smiles pretty dimples and rias reception to ladies is called be- Â¬ CtOoC Money tight Whats the trouble for Consumption Sold every whare 25c into the Hour one teaspoonful of cream No the trouble is nobody owes me any pleasant words shook my determina- Â¬ gins at three oclock in the afternoon Asd yieM its treasure to the clamrous bee of tartar Stir the sugar which must thing Harper1 Bazar TnE ink bottle is one of the most tion I could not withstand them But more particularly of late years kJatHMd or XztanaL saacy privateer of summer days BeM Thought Clubs are popular among things known Merchant Traveler aay hearts flower ha6 yielded all to thee When I looked at her my old love the Queen has not always been able to be well rolled into the whites of the 50c a ortki Eastern ladies They meet and think and Ye whispered smiling softly and the haze seemed to socBXTsacaumJ return And then ajrain remain throughout the ceremoh Per Â¬ esrjjs adding lastly the flour Flavor dont say a word for hours until every with lemons or bitter almonds Bake one is wild to know what the others are Of twilight seemed to vanish from your face another vision would pass before me haps after an hours sufferance on her Se sudden sunshine makes dark skies grow What should I do Detroit Tribune DR 1 could not tell part her Majesty retires and the in a quick oven think about San Franciico AUa bright A magvzixe asks What is true joy The currant like the raspberry is For the rare ofcsll disortters oC tbe 3sBeiuIrr Her Princess of Wales fills her place But AbA loves light shining outward filled the her that I did not love her Bowels Kldaeys Stdder Nerros Dteea place Iaaigeattoa frank clear eyes looked me in the face the Princess is not the rose She only willing to keep shady but only because True joy is what a woman feels when a of Appetite lleadaefee Cortireae countrv fair declares that committee at a tte Jtwe Biliousness Fever InaamraaLkm With raaace lingering far into the night and seemed to pierce my guilty it is modest It is one of the fruits her crazy quilt is prettier than all the as-Â¬ Piles and all deraajcements of tk laenil Tteea lives near it and the triumph of the Purelr tc geUble coataiaiBs so mercicr mf eww Agate in dreams your loving hund I hold thoughts I did not know whether I da3 is darkened for those ladies who that thrive better among trees than in sembled crazy quilts of her neighbors or deleterious dross Again epoa my cheek I feel your breath Price Stceats per box SoMbra-nscie- really loved her or not I was surely arriving a little late courtesy to the too dry and sunny exposures There- Â¬ Pa said Johnny looking up from his O grave dear grave yet not one summer old the home book what does it mean to pile Ossa on in a dire dilemma WILL CURE Give back the dead Be merciful O Death Princess instead of the Queen Ac- Â¬ fore in economizing space of I was not very good company that cordingly it seems to have occurred acre it may be grown among smaller Pelion pa There dont bother me now HEADACHE replied ask your ma she understands la vain I plead The graves door shuts for evening Mv brain was teeming with DR MDWAYS FILLS aye Boston Transcript to some enterprising lad that if she trees or bettor still on the northern all about millinery INDIGESTION tore strenitta to the stomach and eaafele tcsa Shall I tell her or shall 1 not Oa those who cross its threshold Still to She had her carriage at the gates of the or eastern side of a Avail or hedge In A seasonable hint column says that form its fHBCtioBs Tae stmfiosm C t99sm me ffivinj this and kindred fruits partial warm soapsuds is one of the best insect BILIOUSNESS played and sang several of my disappear and with them the baWUtr Te to contract diseases It seems her presence haunts the place to selections and when she had favorite palace an hour before they were thrown shades the bush should not be com- Â¬ washes It is well to know this Insects DYSPEPSIA finished back she would be in pretty good time day asked me how I liked them I had At the next drawing room some one pelled to contend to any extent with lose half their unpleasantness when they NERVOUS PROSTRATION I caa sot comprehend the mystery MALARIA been so occupied with my thoughts bettered this being there an hour and the roots of trees San Francisco are kept nice and clean Save your suds ThoHgh overier the April violet blows SARSAPARILLIAM RESOLVENT Life CHILLS and FEVERS that for a moment the question startled five minutes early The process has Chronicle She is beside me I can touch her band Pa have you got tho hydrophobia 4 SWk A poitiTe care Tor Scrorafei aad all Wo4 2 seeicrlisc If I one moment close me I finally replied good in a me-Â¬ gone forwardtill now the clanging of Butternut Cake Prepare one teacup No Bertie what makes you ask that TIRED FEELING DMm- My eyes Iear heart you know you under CO X T JUWAY Well I heard ma say to day chanical manner Nellie knew by my noon from the clock tower of West- Â¬ of butternut meats then take one cup question GENERAL DEBILITY stand that jou got awfully bitten when you PAIN actions that something was wrong but minster is heard adown a long string of good molasses and half a cup of SIDES in the BACK she had a fortune in her own ThoBgh I save lost you you with me remain in patience bore with me She looked of carnages containing ladies in low- Â¬ lard or any other shortening desired thought Harpers Bazar IMPURE BLOOD The graves sod hides you but I have you name pained and a tiny tear glistened in her est evening dress sitting stonily wait pour over the two ingredients one cup yet a seat in the New York What is called CONSTIPATION I wait for Heaven to make the mystery plain lustrous orbs After a few moments of in r while a mob of sisht seers peer at of boiling water then put in the nut Stock Exchange was sold recently for FEMALE INFIRMITIES Asd only know you never will forget 29000 but the man who bought it will silence I bid her good night in the sim Â¬ them as mercilessly as if they were meats and add one teaspoonful of soda Eben E Harford in Current flSOHUSTCi plest kind of manner a pint of sifted flour and a teaspoonful have to stand up all day and shout at the RHEUMATISM framed pictures of their ancestresses top of his voice in order to make a profit on NEURALGIA Â¬ BETWEEN1 TWO LOYES My mind was in a terrible state There is a well authenticated record of salt beat well and bake in a mod- his investment Baltimore American KIDNEY AND LIVER When I reached my room Idetermined of a young lady who had carefully and erate oven in one loaf cake dish If So old Bullion has absconded I hear TROUBLES may Young Man Extricated from to find a solutionof of the vexed ques successfully rehearsed her courtesy to liked the nutsginger be omitted and a observed Mrs Snaggs a Yes replied Mr FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS tion in a cloud substituted Bake Snaggs and he left large deficit beof Havana smoke I the Queen and who suddenly finding tablespoon a Dire Dilemma Did he Why I heard hed taken The Genuine has Trade Mark and crossed Red puffed fiercety bit the end of my cigar herself in the royal presence and seeÂ¬ from half to three quarters of an hour hind along every thing he could lay his hands Lines on wrapper Â¬ in a vehement manner I went to bed ing to the right an open door forgot Try with a broom splint The House- on Perhaps the deficit was too heavy to OriginaLl BCOOO rtpdirt TO purify tiasd KjMjCytvfl TAKE NO OTHER the LIVER Â¬ reasoning that on the morrow I would It all happeued by the merest acci carry off Tid BiLi the comfort of being hold every thing but OK ofTOUTH rjpaiawwaaf dent and if I had remained at home regain my mental balance and away and without noticing the Queen Ax aggrieved individual thrust his head A Good Music Teacher of Appetite iBdiavatiftauLaakoi FASHION NOTES Btrtmgta aa TUM 1 mhc into the editorial sanctum and bagan his instead of going abroad to spend the be able to decide whom I loved You Princess and Prince skipped toward WHotelr eared No Base mmion WILL USE THE BEST 04m ilarflMWa holidays there would never have been nnry make light of this and say that it the door and so out into space The Bits or Information on Topics of Great tirade of abuse said the editor without looking up and k and aaprliea Stata Tawec is unnatural but I assure you that the great rock on which debutantes split is to Feminine Headers Interest occasion to relate this little incident thinking that he recognized the voice of the Sasanas fraat MeaUaf tettr Truth is stranger than fic- Â¬ making their courtesy too soon Their The latest fancy from Paris is a lit- foreman of the composing room leaded INSTRUCTION BOOKS i ray otherwise uneventful life But old adage IM w A aumrB n j There Is no mistake about tho great niTMatirkI as our entire existence is made up of tion will hold good in this case I mind is full of it It has lived with tle pompon of crisp tulle from which nonpareil please Boston Post TnvTniiIiFnqaeat attessCa as eeMterfHe tarcoaplexies had a dream that night Here is the them for days and nights and there is rises a herons plumes to be worn in Now Un- RichardsonsNew Method for tig Pianoforte Exact Testimony Lawyer accidents some of which prove very las only add to tho pepeUrity a a JM3V sr aotexperisaeat get the 0SKCMXA3B Sales nearly 400000 copies The favorite of thou cle Zeke you heard those two explosions the hair with dancing toilets interesting I will endeavor to assist substance of it Many times revised The n uigmit t ivn m fa sands of teachers a great human impulse to get rid of it right the other Curo CosatliUeXrver Cesapteiat aaoJHaai I was once more at the home of my as soon as possible Debutantes who The newest cloaks for little girls have TVas oneYes sabafterLawyer NowUncle most correct of instruction books irice 3 In wiling away a few idle mo Â¬ 3on you Haadaaks Sasaale Seae aa4 Praami X Zeke loaned oa receipt ot two eeats la jaatage ments by telling 3Tou an unpleasant friend Brown and a grand fete had have presence of mind and habitues of waists reaching only to the arm pits will swear that one didnt occur before the Since the advent of Richard on many excel THE DRHARTER MEDICINE COM P AHYa Yes sab deed I lent instructors have been published and have at Uncle Zeke predicament in which I found nryself been arranged in honor of Miss Bose court know that the proper thing to do more like a deep yoke than a waist other StLaoK Ma tained great favor Pre eminent among them are wilL 1 was dar an heard em Tid Bils mond It was to take the form of a is to walk close up to the Queen and and skirts falling to the ankles several vears ago New England Conservatory Method If you continue thisovagabond life CARPENTERS My name is Thomas Oxford At reception and I was to urge my suit then perform the outrageous Hop which Plaited fronts to basques are worn by sternly remarked an old farmer to a tramp Price S3 or in parts each 1150 and and if possible bring it to a successful has come to take the place of the pret- Â¬ persons who have very -- lender figures Farmer Butchers and others tlW CH CM the time at which this story opens I you will find joursclf in the toils Tlfctll of nse oarllTE 3CJ 2 Peters Eclectic Piano School pAcen climax to push nryself forward on ty maidenly courtesy After this the even in the heaviest velvet materials was one of a number of book keepers Dont use that dreadful word said tho Tbe first book has bad the important indorsement to file Hand RipsoBatcher Bade PranJwf aada they cat better taaK ereri T of Saw in x large mercantile establishment ever available occasion and success debutante finds herself in a passage be Â¬ They have two plaits at the top of the tramp with a shudder of disgust What of tbe crcat Conservatory and the secoud has sold kinds free for J3 Ilhutrawd cfccalars nax lulrt Filers KOTK 4 BRO Jsw Oxtoku Tram dress E immensely solely on Its own merits Toils for which I received a modest compen Â¬ was sure to crown my efforts in the tween two groups On her right hand shoulders next the collar and then Ivord So I figured and so did Joe is the diplomatic circle with many of draw to the middle becoming plain at end sation By a- little economy I had GRIND The advertisement of the old reliable es- For Seed Orsan Clarkes New Method J2J0 Mandolin Winners Complete Method 75 scraped together a neat sum which But to do this was no easy task In her Majestys Ministers The Prime the waist line tablishment The Storrs and Harrison Co For Zither Winners Complete Metnod 75 For JLAXAJm Floair J 8orm 300 Listemanns Method For came in very nicely in my after life her gentle way she woidd remind me Minister rarely fails to stand by ia tie C5 TrTVTlPTaaTTTrXa The new cover coats for young girls Painesville Ohio appears in this issue of- For Alollo Rummers Flute School 3X0 fering flower and vegetable seeds roses Flute F Wilsoaa Pateat 19 3J affording me as it did an opportunity that I was slighting the rest of the through the long hours of the drawing have the high military collars fastened plants crape vines fruit and ornamental For Oultur Curtlss Method cent more mde la keeatac L25 Method For rr Alvt POWER 3CXLLJ1 aad rl seat of enhancing my fortunes consider Â¬ company and paying too much atten- Â¬ room On the other side grouped to with a little irregular iliaped strap that trees They aro running one of the most For Bunjo Curtlss Acme Cornet Flute CInrtonet FInxeolet FEED M1X1S Circular tad Testtaeia Banjo Accordeon Violin Oultnr nurseries and en application WHS03 BKOSJErteaPa ably I was always particular in the tion to her and then she would glide the left of the Queen are her many is loose and buttons to a large button complete attractive in the worldwhich issue JCced Orzan and Piano fcep Winner a largo cntalogut they prepared very good easy Method cost has will mail you free on application They selection of my aociatos and in this away on the arm of some one else sons and daughters It is necessary on either side of the collar ing 60 cents each All arc called 1DE VI nave no traveling agents ana are onlj reShe could not help but notice that I or at least desirable that to each sev- Â¬ Methods Mailed for Retail Price manner gained the friendship and For wear in wet weather are shown In ARKANSAS CO BOSTON OLIVER DITS0N was completely taken away with her eral one as she passes the debutante silk rubber cloth long wraps with sling sponsible for orders sent direct Give them good will of the best people in the city a trial and save dealers commissions They Awarded First Premium for Srait and Coo a C H Drrsox Co SSI Broadway New York K O Exposition 1SSI Wneat JUIie and Coaea which I called home Now 3011 know A blind person could have -- een that should make obeisance Cor Chicago sleeves These are in indefinite plaids guarantee satisfaction flourish in the same Held SlxnaTizableriTerseresa After some difficulty I obtained her Times the land grant Price low Ten year creMOfV who I am or was rather VTiikx you swear off swear off swearing with the prevailing color shade of dark sired Come and see Address tHOS JMAXCE a stroll Land Commissioner LrrxiJl j9CJC Axkxsma at the same time it never will be missed I was keeping company with a preÂ¬ consent toin which in the conservatory blue red green brown and tan GOING TO BED all lovers exchange Philadelphia Call possessing young lady She was not the nook Pisos Remedy for Catarrh Is tfce Nearly all the newest wraps have the Best Easiest to Use aad Cheapet- have been termed hand Â¬ vows where troths are plighted and A Mischievous JSrtitor Gives Away the Se- Â¬ fashionable sling sleeve and those what might How often is the light of tho household clouded by signs of melancholy or irrita- Â¬ some but she was farf roni bad looking futures planned Here midst dainty cret of Ills Mode of Itctlring wraps made of the same material as bility on the part of the ladies Yet they Jji stature she was small her form was odors and sweet fragrance I decided Speaking of how a man goes to bed the suit show when the arm is raised are not to be blamed for they are the re- Â¬ Soldbrclra3st3orwntbywiaL round and plump was jolly had an to learn 1113 fate And 1 did I was an exchange say Theres where a B this sult of ailments peculiar to that sex which Joyous moment accepted 50c ETHazeltineWaxrecPa It was man has the advantage He can un- Â¬ a lining of issoft stripedforsurah little men know not of But the cause may be HIGHEST AWARDS OF MEDALS angels disposition and large frank employed the same lining removed and joy restored by the use of Dr IX JLSCEKICJL AM EITJCOPX eyes whose luster had never been too good to be true After a few lov Â¬ dress in a cold room and have his bed fancy muff also matching the suit which I1IF U7AUTVMIT a3Tocserrrte Pierces Favorite Prescription powerful rem Sa I The neateit or worn aeedatc i S WW eraploTraent to rrpretxal na la ing words and the usual seal to a docu Â¬ warm before a woman has her hair- as a tonic and nervine for debilitated wom- edy known for nnlokost safest nd most lUieiimatlsm Pleuriy NeuralsraLum dimmed by cares Her virtues sparkled The tendency in draperies is to make en is certain safe and pleasant It is be- baco Backache Wekne cold la the chest and all WW profitableSalary per month aad ezyeasea ererx or a county 5000 PhyMcian and Druy Geedaatapla and on like so many rare gems which dazzled ment of this kind a kiss we emerged pins out ami ner shoes uutieu inat them long and full and quite dissimilar yond all compare the great healer of women achesof thepain Endorsed byBensons llastersjjrorapt large commissionOutStsales If preferredFree trists hlphet repute KTcrronebuya and particulars ly rellere ana euro where other plasters and ffrcasy like jewels before 1113 eyes Could any from - our bower and it seemed to me is how it looks in print and this is how to any thing hitherto fashionable These STANDARD SILVER WARS CO BOSTOiT XUK Life is short but it isnt half so short as lalres liniments and lotions are absolutely useless ever- body must have seen by my it looks in reality one help loving Nellie Wilson I could I am going to draperies have heavy pointed fan somo men are all through life X T IndeLaatra aaA smiling face what had transpired bed my dear it is 1030 No reply folds and very little looping The ef Â¬ pendent not at least it so ccmed to me tterlr i ARTISTS Colors Rewjasae JCeasfcafCte t llf uuuo Work Wax AXD IAIK J W1I1KA silk JJKXSOt not to JOHNSON lropnetors Xow York SEABUltY Now John you are always late in fect i obtained bv the varying length The holidays had come and one after But the evening wa Flower Supplies Send for our rarlona eataiogwe A City or Beautiful Women Â¬ JJKOH MaU orders solicited ROFTitJLSi Yes of the points in which the drapery another we were allowed our days of pass by to my utter satisfac the morning Do go to bed rfw t 182 Mala Street ClaclaaU Detroit Mich is noted for its healthy ST tion After our enjjaiirement she in a minute he replies as he turns hang rather than by loops These handsome ladies which the leading I had been invited to spend recreation pay county pt- and druggists there attribute to the UntAMdALM WwawWFTvlwB Oeaertera relieved a few weeks with a distant friend Mr seemed to avoid me more than ever the paper wrong side out and begins a modes are seen with plain skirts and PENSIONS Success or bo fee Wriw fenernl use and popularity of Dr Harters Gives Belief at once Joseph Brown and when the time for and every time I asked to dance with lengthy article headed The Louisiana large tournure for circulars and new laws A W 3lcCo mick Son Clncinnali0 WasbintoD C rood bve to her she would show me her card with Muddle departure arrived I bid o Fifteen minutes later she and Cures Instead of folds or frills in the neck TnE lost cause her better halfs excuse some gentlemans name opposite every calls from the bed room DIIQTIIMC relieTcd and cared dtD JASBES Nellie promising all sorts of lovers John come and sleeves modistes now send home for not coming home earlier Merchant COLD in HEAD nUrl UnC mans method Those who caa aC nrail themselves of sersonal attendance caaaara nonsense and also to brinjr her a me-- dance and explain by saying that Mr to bed and dont keep the gas burning each dress waist finished oft with rib Â¬ Traveler w ti eatmeot WftTOERBS M Home 0UU aUUUyappliance Iand curatiTa seaaj J was such an excellent here all night and murmuring some- Â¬ m BAatfav vaw n 1U bUIAUU jncnto of nry visit You can easily OUJJnervous disCATARRH Oxtgex Cuhe Throat lung bons which may be white or in direct dancer and she could not resist the thing about the bill being big enough for soldiers aad widows of surmise by this just how far matters contrast with the dress material such eases Book free DrGeppertCincinnati0 AH PENSIONS Mexican War aad ReaelliOB Ce- temptation I did not like it a bit but now she creeps beneath the cold as rose pink in moss green dresses between us had progressed HAY FEVER kinds of GoTernaeat Clalats A max may havo a great head from do to quarrel at sheets while John sits placidly on his lected Circular of law sent free JtUOMAlB Jk At the end of my destination I was of course it would not Boston Xot a Liquid Snuff or red or orange in those of dark blue other than intellectual causes Powell U S Claim Collectors Indlaaayotts lad met b3 Joe and a cab speedily con- Â¬ the beginning of our engagement The feet across the piano stool and a cigar The gauze ribbons with looped or Post orPoxcderFreefrom one cent stamps wfll brinsr by retara Hffarlc t IalHaaaaiiaaaa veyed us to his palatial residence for result was that I did not have an op- Â¬ in his mouth By and by he rises picot edges are ucd They are folded 15 on raokrj RjJtlBgaaXrtMUl Xseblr Ieat u If afflicted with Soro Eyes use Dr Isaac Injurious Drugs and some Ulasd cat o f LapraTe o and fate had dealt portunity of dancing with her the rest yaAvns stretches himself throws the over not quite double so that both the Thompsons EyeWaterDruggists sellit 25c Offensive odors he was BrmxSer Address Charapioa XffCo QKfacyIK HAY of the evening This hurt me and paper on the floor and proceeds to that kindly with him I was surprised on A particle Is applied Into each nostril and Is agreeable fancy edge- will show just above the How did that man lose his hair papal endfor to use Prlceftlcts br tnallor atdrucxits our arrival at Ms home to find that I wounded lm pride At last I could re Â¬ vigorous exercise shaking down the collar of the dress Circular ELY BROTHERS Druggists Owego ST Eating pic my dear Hes pie bald and I sought coal stove Just at this stage a not al- Â¬ Â¬ frain myself no longer was not the only guest but that un All the French waists show an effort X Y Journal known to me he had invited a young her out and in a mild manner asked together pleasant voice inquires For to make the shoulders as high and TO as A 3AY- - Samples rortaSlM FREE Lines not underthe horses feet VTrHa Ax open winter has no visible connection laoy his wifes sister thinking in his for an explanation Without going in Â¬ pitys sake aint you ready for bed square and the waist as long and slim with open doors but they seem to travel in philanthropic way- that he was doing to details I will sa that when brought yet Yes yes Im coming why as possible KeaHa sectety This effect is gained by a company Philadelphia Call IOO FJLKM S for Sale SVT lad boomUMt S markets City and CountyWshingwn me a favor knowing how fond I was of to bay I found her high spirited and dont you let a fellow alone Then shirring across the chest and on the ted tin for stamp ALEX LESLIE of sheep John the society of youmj ladies Her name that our interview ended in a quarrel he discovers there is coal needed shoulder seams and the fullness drawn may be says thea gain of his flockGood for called wether profit win nail samale Baralair THE GKEAT ENGLISH BESEDY nnrniuipWladon Faitcacr AoesM was Kate Kosemond and she was And then I awoke But it was still When that is supplied and rattled into rut For Llrer Bile Indigestion etc Free from Mercury Wanted Address Jso L PADrrm geteraw down a- - far as possible to the waist ewe John Prairie Farmer dark and so I tossed about in a semi Â¬ the stove he sits down to warm his contains only Pure Vejctable Ingredients Ajjent heiress to a large amount of money and there shirred more closely again CUAS 2ff CRITTKXTOX XE1T TORS on James Hirer Va ia Clarcaaoal Ax Austin man is trying to make a living head- Â¬ feet Next he slowly begins to undress From the moment we met I was not conscious state with a terrible Clrewiac Free This gives the slim effect seen in French by attaching an alarm to the silent watches On sent Merchant only wanted In eTery town for FARMS Colony Illustrated ClareaeaCTa T F MACHA myself She was the embodiment of ache then all was blank and as he stands Mratching himself and fashion plates and while giving an im- Â¬ of the night Texas Sif tings When I opened m eyes the sun was absently gazing on the last garment STUDY Secure graee and beauty and her queenl3 UflliC maLfrora BcswxmaBaslaessEJwcatloaW flUHIC Coixia c SuZift JTY We owe much Ax exchange observes streaming in the window bright dangling over the back of the chair he proved slenderness and grace to thin All figure captivated nic at once hides all the pretty to foreigners from which we infer that GENT yoa will find Jast what yoa waa Y a thoughts of nn almost betrothed at plumaged birds carroled joyously with- Â¬ remember- - that the clock is not wound angularof figuresones dressing InsUlmeBtDealersSapplyCoSrfePa Although I was paying 13X00 per 1CO0 for my lead editor has not paid his hired girl X the home were dispelled and my soul out and all nature seemed gay and yet When this is attended to he wants curves good ing 5c brand my sales are more than twenty flTe Y Graphic Ayjc s usei The tailor gowns of dark copper red times as large since I put in your Tansllls Punch seemed wrapped up in 1113-- new ac Â¬ lovely But what was the matter with a drink of water and away he prom Â¬ WIIEX WRITIXC TO ABVEXTWEKS PLEJbW 5c cigar 1 could not hare bcliered It Tours re max with the heart disease is about the quaintance The future had no thought me I was weak so weak that I had enades to the kitchen Of course when trimmed with the same shade of plush atate that jra saw tae Advertfaeaseat la WM M Dale Drnsrtfst Chicago spectfully a paper Â¬ not even strength to turn What was he return1 his skin resembles that of a arc worn to afternoon teas by young wo- only chap who desiresWhipregular beat for Address K W TANSII I 3i CO Chicago for me I was living onfy in the presmen with small red velvet turbans with- Â¬ a bosom friend The ent Some will call me fickle and un Â¬ the meaning of that stand near the picked chicken and once more he seats Wiiex a man tumbles head foremost into principled but I doubt if an3 bod bedside and all those ugly bottles and himself before the fire for the last out a brim and adorned with gray or there in the center stood a large bou Â¬ warm up As the clock strikes twelve brown wings and breasts of birds The a narrow well it is difllcult- for him to could have withstood her charms draw himself up with dignitj- XoriUtoum After rettinr thoroughly settled I quet of beautiful flowers Surelv I he turns out the gas and with a flop of heads are not used With these are Herald devoted nry entire time to Miss Kose Â¬ must have been sick but I could re- Â¬ the bed clothes and a few spasmodic worn with lovely effect breast knots of Â¬ Tuey say onions sleep They mond and manifested nn regard for member distineth of going to bed the shivers he subsides no not yet he pink roses For carriage wear red be- are strong enough will produce something to produce Â¬ and FRMK 0IUUMBITMT1KSSMK MES ler in every possible wa3 In this I night before in my usual good health Â¬ fonrot to see if the front door was comes more suits more popular Sever Â¬ Xcw Haven Xeics are shown with trim whis- locked and another flop from the bed- Â¬ al dark red The worst is past I heard was seconded l3 nn friend Joe whose ott irrrTTiT rn fcr ttttt TrTTTTrTrT ttttt nuiiniit ill rr miiin TnE Household f fcrouTTiilnable FREE Catalogue the f 2 L AKCC CHEEMHOUCCS desire seemed to be to mate us pered Dr Ward who has alwas clothes brings forth the remark mings of black mink and bonnets of walk five miles a says the coming girl will ardent day She will b3 sure to BEST m ever issued containing the Barest Sew asd 33d YffAR red velvet and jet 700 AOMES One thing distressed me Did Miss been a friend of mine came round the Good jrraeious if that man aint Choicest oid get here then Lowell Courier HARRISON CO Hmmu MM STORRS THE For wear to the theaters b those Bosemond esteem me Did she feel bed and told me not to excite myself enough to try the patience of Job obladies who are prepared to adopt the Ah I see a new star in Orion for me that tender passion without and that I would soon be well Setting her teeth hard she awaits the repeated Orion Mr Well why doctor have I been final flop with the accompanying blast Engli h fashion of appearing without servedSnaggs Snaggs is made a hell to mar- Â¬ which this earth I have never seen that Mrs Tid Bits ried people Mine host urged me on ill I inquired of cold air and then quietly inquires bonaeto are shown little Marie Stuart play I think a slight f he is settled for the night to which coifs of silk and plush the face being Yes Tom you have had saying that faint heart neer won fair Breakfast table father of family read He laid before me the fact of fever But do not talk too much now he replies by muttering Well if you surrounded by pearl beads matching ing lady There a cat in the hue of the coif Attached to it is a drinks beer isDaughter Manchester that Pa sixteen her almost unbounded riches and There thats a gaotl fellow 1 will be aiut thp provokingestwoman-T-lffs-Ti- i long scarf of surah that is drawn she must be a Maltese cat painted pictures of future comfort and back in the course of an lionr or two Argus around the throat These can be worn of this country use over thirteen million cakes i of luxury But it was not her money I and then you will be stronger Tr captain LVNo sir he t Madrid scholar Senor Carulla without disarranging the hair and not seasick but Isaid to the disgusted lam with am really sought tliis seemed a barrier to me and sleep Good bye and with this Gambles Lenox Soap in 1886 who has been for many years at work thrown off and on more easily than a the motion of this vessel Procter was herself I tried to tell her so he left me It Â¬ ill But on a rhymed version of the Bible has lsicc scarf while thoroughly protecting I surely must have been butit was useless In her easy graceis the difference between a dude Buy a cake of Lenox and you will soon understand wky And then the dream the completed his task The work contains the head and throat from the night air anWhatboots One is calf skin and th th zhu would evade me and how long I his ful manner Y World N quarrel blank I understand it all a 260000 verses er is calfs kin Danville Breeze change the subject XflRlPONDiNTS c T i afaeaM baaeeeai - vm- rr s A aw rm n i k 1 -- -- Yl n r i - 3setaai mM Â¬ ta Â¬ Â¬ 1 St BROWNS IRON BITTERS MIDWAYS PILLS C DYSPEPSIA Â¬ cl 1 31 J i 1 Â¬ Â¬ IRON TONIC t S Â¬ Vld LMLflca 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 30000 - Â¬ USSSSSk Â¬ CHEAPlands poMferffi I Â¬ Â¬ W Â¬ JTJS Â¬ V phj--sician- s CATATt RH I So-and-- So 1 - r a - Â¬ a WL ir well-to-d- FEVER i- - - COCKLES ANTI BILIOUS PILLS --A 5 rri Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ oA rV f crene ROSES OttUOpUMTS n 1 Â¬ Why did the Women -- XV - CS a y waVLaOTf -f ii iit H 4jfc Jfc rr w CST- - s w - v -- T fUOB Obbw Herald EASTERN KENTUCKY j OOOPE Editor JCASCHS 1887 HAZEL CREEK KY ANNOUNCEMENTS a MnB eMlflfeie fer Ike State Stsate ef EseL the ffiaiaccreric party this the TOftjr ftmrti District ssbject t action ef to tmaKBce Hon B co uatr as a fra OTTO - AGENTS -- f lfnrMl act Tfc WiTE for Tke Herald and all subscriptions from tbe wwp s stive places foltewiBg person b bare consented agtt Xobsjlst W MrxiFS - S A F Bjrd Campion Veet Gillmore T F Crr -- JiBfltATHrrr XlLVnareellFrencaburg EzeL Tkoe A Combs Cornwell W C Catroa PiHnrovton Lyklns Canej JflrAf eote ranted at all poetoffices In fke MOtaiBe Write as for terms Spencee Cookeb Publisher Day J C MHaginsFrozen Creek Haginsrille J Xi Ccaabs Ned P O Jere -- r of the March number to the writer of this and we were more than anxious to see it as we are all articles tending to JEastern Kentuckys boom So far however we have heard nothing of the young man or the magazine and fear he was a fraud His name was Sny Â¬ der and while we suspected at the time that he was not what fee pretended to be the sequel shows that he was snider than we supposed His smooth face for March He was especially profuse in proffering a copy man came through here who represented that he was work Â¬ ing in the interest of Harper Bros New York and writing up Eastern Kentucky for pub lication in Harpers Magazine Â¬ A few months since a young jv suck acL snide scheme fooled us tongue suave manner JinaUy re quite busy buzzing around the gubernatorial hive the Hs and especially those who belong to Eastern Kentucky are happy and hopeful The Democratic ticket will very likely be While the Bs of the State 4Hakis aT HA3HLT02T TtTa73xeigq Hijes axd Hamilton jlkd Holt Hazeltjgg jlxd Hnj Hattcts jlstd Hill jbHaxkisjlkdHazeeeigg or maybe or maybe or maybe or maybe or maybe I 3 Some one of these combina tions is almost certain to be jbhe one chosen at the State Convention There are suff- Â¬ icient Hs in the list to give every eockney one for orse and ouse and before the con- Â¬ vention adjourns there is apt to be a h liotrope of a time ut mind if Hazelriei don t thimble rig the hull heap and getnrstTplace tongued orator of the Licking Yaliey on Monday last made speech at Mt Sterling announcing his candidacy for the office of Lieutenant Governor We do not know whether any one opposed him in debate or not but if so the other fellow must now feel like he has met the chin music mastodon of the mountains and passed through a second Mountain Meadow Massacre f brilliant editor of the West Liberty Gem and the silver Â¬ Col John T Hazelrifirer the ture lias favored Morgans illustrious son and SDentsomp time in tbp rriinpj thcr with enviable gifts He with a retent- Â¬ When he returned he found on his farm COMPARED WITH GEORGIA ALABAMA ive memory a broad and valuable read specimens precisely similar to those at AND PENNSYLVANIA ing a keen perception of the ludicrous Birmingham At Owensboro Ky last week chil- Â¬ With the Coming of a Kailroad Will Also a silver tipped oratorical tongue and pointed and pungent style at the merid- Â¬ dren playing around the ruins of an old Come tbe Realization of Our Unbounded Resources ian of his strength and power is one of dwelling dug a kettle containing nearly the most popular men of the mountains a peck of copper and bras3 coins Only Index in a communication to the He heeds the voice of gallant following Jit Sterling Gazette say3 When I and will at once enteraon a vigorous can Â¬ one silver piece was found in the lot da- Â¬ ted 1805 The copper and brass pieces wrote you a short time since on this sub vass and will address the voters of this were of various nations some being over ject I did not know that almost the very county next Monday court day These two hundred years old idea that I attempted to advance was as-- two candidates with equal claims and r The Paver Styx in Mammoth Cave t summer shape in the manner it is ana l j both with an extensive acquaintance and j Kentucky is one hundred and fifty yards am glad for the Railroad Desert of Easta strong following will make a hot and long from fifteen to forty in width and ern Kentucky that there is a prospect of chivalrous contest Mt Sterling Gazette in depth varies from thirty to forty feet a grand trunk line from Cumberland March 16th It bas a subterranean communication Gap to Covington and I can say that with other rivers at the Cave and when Railroad Rattlo from the knowledge I have of the coun- Â¬ The vast resources of Eastern Ken- Green Biver rises to a considerable height try it passes through I do not think has an open communication with all of there could be a road built anywhere tucky in coal iron building stone and them through Kentucky that would redound timber are attracting the attention of The sale of the Kentucky Central so much to the development of the State capitalists and it will ultimately result Eailroad is advertised to take place at for it would pass directly through some in the construction of lines of transpor-Â¬ Lexington on the 7th of next month of the finest mineral and timber lands in tation over which these elements of There are 253 miles of the road in opera- Â¬ the State to say nothing of the salt and wealth can be conveyed to the markets Already two railroad tion James Wall of Cynthiana has building stone along the line Besides of the world written to the Master Commisioner of the completion of a through line would companies are proposing to extend their Fayette forbidding the sale and claims open up the way for branch lines up the iron arms to us and aid us in the develthat it is his property various tributaries of Kentucky Biver opment of this region if our people will Coal five feet thick was struck at the licking and the Cumberland Hirers but manifest a disposition friendly to the the Eeniecke mines near Madisonville Then the vast veins of cannel coal in enterprises Our hopes for this section after going a depth of 335 feet Work Morgan Wolfe Breathitt Harlan Clay depend altogether upon facilities for was commenced on the mines about six Perry and other counties would be avail-Â¬ transportation Our mountains are namonhts ago and now the owners are re- Â¬ able to the timberless portions of the tures great storehouses in which are de- Â¬ warded by finding coal of the very best State I mean Central Kentucky Also posited untold millions of undeveloped quality It will be but a short time until the fine coking coal of Eastern Kentucky wealth now useless to us awiting the they will be taking out it would be available to the Southern coast magic touch of railroad transportation In clearing away the debris of the and Chicago and at various points along to make us rich and prosperous Can river banks that recently caved in at the line and blast furnaces would be we afford to lose an opportunity to secure Augusta Ky a largo number of curious erected all over the mountains and Ken a road This question addresses itself to skulls and bones were discovered in the tucky would be redeemed from poverty the serious consideration of every citizen yard in front of Mrs Frances Golen and pauperdom as the mountain regions of Eastern Kentucky and must be an- steins residence Upon examination they of Pennsylvania were by the develop swered negatively If we would pro- have been found to be the relics of ab ment of the coal iron oil and gas of mote our own interests while living and origines and some of the skulls were that region and even pauper county in be able to bequeath to our posterity a large enough to have belonged to an heritage worth having we should give our State that is even made our influence our energies and our money eight foot man to speak would be that much A sad accident occurred at Morchead lifted from the shoulders of the present to secure a road We want to see our Monday the 14th N J Whicher was taxpaying counties and thus the whole people come nobly to the front and use accidentally shot and killed by John State would be benefitted to that extent all prudent means to secure the construc- Trumbo a young man of that place And when we think of the number of tion of a road to our mines and forests The ball which was from a 44 caliber such counties in Kentucky how can we and they will never have cause to regret pistol striking him just above the right withhold so great a boon from ourselves it West Liberty Gem eye killing him instantly Whichers as the lightening of our taxes to such an Happiness depends very much on the young wife sick in bed in ten feet wis condition of the liver and kidneys The extent of where her husband was killed and Then when we consider the capital and ills of life make but little impression on her cries were heart rending The4May those whose digestion is good You the increase in population that the open- Â¬ regulate your liver and kidneys with can or held au inquest and the verdict was Dr ing up of these hills will invite into the J H McLeans Liver and Kidnev Balm that he was shot by accident 100 per bottle Sold by G B Swango State we may well say that this generaThe apprehensions indulged in in regard most Hazel Green and J N Vaughn Camp tion will see Kentucky one of the to the demoralizing eflect of the Inter ton prosperous States in the Union Look state Commerce Bill upon railway build- Â¬ The Kentucky Union Railway at Georgia and Alabama Both of them ing has failed to materialize There is The location of this road through crushed and devastated by the war but more talk of railroad building at the as soon as they got upon their legs again Clark and Fayette counties is now the present time than for a year past In and the demoralization caused by the topic of conversation in the stores on every direction surveys are being made war had somewhat passed away they in the streets wherever men who take an routes discussed and building going on vited capital and skilled labor into their active interest in the prosperity of our Kentucky is full of railroad enterprise midst and now they are on an immense city and county meet There seems to and the coming year or two promises boom and people with means from be but one sentiment in regard to the more fruitful in railway completions everywhere in reach are continuing to matter All desire the road and seem than any vear hitherto Greenup Her-Â¬ boom them while Kentucky rears back willing to do all that can be done honor- ald ably and fairly to get the road With in her self importance and her To any person who will trade with me and says through her representa- Â¬ this road secured to Lexington other to the amount of 10 cash I will send tives sent to that apology called a Legis roads now or about to be located will The Herald free for one year Or to ture that we aint agoin to give no seek Lexington as the place offering the any one owing me ten dollars or over rights to any blamed speculators to hew most ample connections with other roads who will pay it off in full I will send and dig and tear down our hills and de- Â¬ or good terminal facilities The more of The Herald free for one year G B Swango face our mountains and carry off our a railroad center Lexington becomes the And thus she plays the dog less can railroads afford to pass us by wealth GENERAL AND FOREIGN GOSSIP in the manger while capital by the The great and rapid advancement in valMemphis Tenn has ordered blood- Â¬ million is being driven to Georgia AlaÂ¬ ues of our land and its produce should bama Kansas Arizona and other points stimulate us in our effort to obtain that hounds from Phiadelphia with which to for profitable investments and here we which requires only a reasonable outlay hunt down criminals f James F Goodman of Randolph are groping along getting more and more and united intelligent co operation of county Mo beat his wife to death and in debt every year while one third at county and city Lexington Press then emmitted suicide least of our coSnties do not pay their There are many accidents and diseases An ice gorge broke loose at Bismark expenses and all which affect stock and cause serious inproportion of the State this while just under the surface is lying convenience and loss to the farmer in his Dakota and the river rising rapidly the untold wealth that only needs a modi- Â¬ work which may be quickly remedied loss of life and property was severe John Sanderson a notorious tough cum of enterprise to develop it or in by the use of Dr J IIbyMcLeans Volcanic Oil Liniment Sold G B Swango of Broken Nob Neb stabbed his younger other words we need only say to capital Hazel Green and J X Vaughn Camp brother Samuel to the heart in a quarrel come and get us out of our deplorable ton over a trivial matter and save us condition of bankruptcy Â¬ 1 BUY THE BEST LOUIS STIX rXFOKTBBS A2TB 4 - a JOBMEM OT Johnsf oi Organs Are first class in Material Workmanship and Methods of Construction They are unrivaled in power and beauty of tone and in genuine excellence far surpass all organs of other makes ever offered in our country Dry TH33 EACS Goods AND 173X3 NOTIONS STIOTI Â¬ Cincinnati Â¬ HJ W CLAHKE WITH Sisters Carson 67000 SOLD 637 W Man 6t Main Strt LOTJISTILIii KY f H GTTJJB WITH Â¬ McOord Aydelotte - WHOLESALE- HATTERS ISo 613 Â¬ West Maix Srxrar LOUISVILLE KY GEORGE E TUCK Louisville Ky yriik Â¬ CREEN HUFFAXER fc CO Wholesale Dealers ia AVJIain St LOUISVILLE KT Invites vou to call and see hira whes G15 Â¬ BOOTS AND SHOES Â¬ visit thecitv j so more nioucv for YOU anything elseat workworld in the can live at home and make 3 Â¬ not needed you are started free Boti sx es all ages Any one can do the work Large earnings sure from first start Coetly outfit and terms free Better not delay Costs you nothing to send us youraekresa and find out if you are wise you will dts at once H Haixett fc COPortlar 3fe thnm ut Cxsital THE NEW AKD ELEGA5T HIGH ARM re Â¬ 1 Hardman Pianos Chickering Pianos Mathus-hek Pianos Emerson Piano Star Pianos Arion Pianos and the matchless Johnston Organs Write for Catalogues and Prices JENNIE JUNE SEWIKC MACHINE IS TECS JJ BEST BUY 35 O OTHLH Â¬ CO JOHNSTON Wholesale and Retail Dealers D S 56 West Fourth Street 3Z Â¬ self-sufficien- cy J HASEL GREEN ACADEMY The directors of the above school take leasure in announcing to the public that ighly satisfactory arrangements have been made for the positive opening of the school on Monday January 3d 16S7 Three com Â¬ petent teaeherb have been employed whose qualtications are unsurpassed and their ser- Â¬ vices secured for a term of year In mak-Â¬ ing this announcement we feel justified in asserting that the school will be an institution which will rellcet an honor on this portion of the State and unsurpassed even by the more pretentious similar institutions of the larga cities Located in a favorable geo Â¬ graphical section healthy moral free from vicious allurements and with a strict over Â¬ sight looking to the protection comfort and mental training of the students parents can rely upon their children being safe while under the care of the faculty and trustees The attention of young men and ladies who expect to teach is specially called to the advantages to be gained iu this school at a nominal cost For terms of tuition and further informa Â¬ tion apply to W O Mize Hazel Green Ky McGarvev Lexington or J I Tho IrADIES FAVOEUEE becae s IGH5 UranmTG and such beautiful work Agant3 Fstot it is Â¬ ifcebecausoiria 1CESTS WASTED quickn3agy seller x a3ssrsx ar3si o i io u CHICAGO ILL HKOTIO miflHf JURE HAHDFACTURIRS CO Car Li Sails kimz M Strset 0r Â¬ Â¬ BOB OTNNELLY wmi DTJNLAP BEOS WHOLESALE CO from ourselves No man in the mountains needs to dig his coal or ore if he does not choose for he can get a royalty on all he has in reach of market and he can sit back and take his ease as one of the lords of crea- Â¬ tion which he is And while ho is en- Â¬ joying the profits of his mines c there is another class down here in the Blue grass enjoying these developments too in the shape of curling fires in their grates cheapened to them by the opening of these mines and the mines are opened by reason of transportaton being afforded THE NEWS KENTUCKY KNOWLEDGE Prohibitionists of Kentucky say they will poll fifty thousand vote3 next August A runaway hore at Lebanon dashed into a private residence and demolished the furniture the organ and other household goods Col John Gilmore The Â¬ a very gallant y The Stanton Monitor pub- listed at Stanton Powelt coun- - ty is before us six column folio full of news and outranks its predecessor the Journal Atkinson Hor- r ton are editors and proprietors and we wish them large sue- j cess z It is a neat for their products Thus you see that this is a long limb it strikes the whole family and we are But Old Fogyism all benefitted says no I dont want to pay any more taxes Had he not better pay a little taxes now to lighten his load hereafter than to bo eternally paying taxes to be swallowed up in useless officers and from Let us which he never gets any return develop Eastern Kentucky and not be sending to Pennsylvania and West VirÂ¬ ginia for our coal and iron FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Col A W Hamilton of Montgomery and Col Jobn T Harclrisrsr of 3Iorgan - j Entered for tbe Nomination Last Saturday the Democrats of this county met at the courthouse in this city and requested Col A W Hamilton of this county to become a candidate for Lieutenant Governor subject to the ac- Â¬ tion of his party Col Hamilton is a a young politician vigorous and active in An iron truss bridge in the his partys interests an educated and pol- Â¬ jmlurbs of Boston Mass on ished gentleman an enterprising and the Boston and Providence progressive business man the possessor xaalroad went down with six of a rich inheritance a friend to the passenger cars on Monday charitable a contributor to all benefi- Â¬ liberal and ciary the 14th insi Thirty nine peo-Â¬ in his institutions wouldindustries accept- Â¬ make an views and ple were killed and seventy able candidate to his party eight wounded Morgan county Democrats held an en enthusiastic meeting last Saturday and Eighteen men of the Bald called on her honored and favored son iKnobber gang are in irons at Col John T Hazelrigg the editor of the Lieuten to become Ozark Mo for the brutal Gem Governor a candidate forsame day the Also murder of two iirnorrftni vminrr ant county of Magoffin onthe home of the j 0 the jpfeen and is thought they lamented Joe Gardner held a similar hung meeting calling onCol Hazelrigg Na JfiU Â¬ Â¬ -- The Greenup Herald is the title of a neat six column folio published at Greenup Ky C H Callon editor and proprietor We welcome it to our exchange list and Callon the the people of that section to gire it a liberal support allbe it ex Union soldier it is understood is an applicant for keeper of the National Cemetery at Lexington One of the three Bailey brothers on trialat Irvine for killing done at Proctor two years ago has been sentenced to the penitentiary for eleven years A syndicate has invested 100000 in real estate in Cumberland Gap The investment is about equally divided between Kentucky and Tennessee James M Trotter the colored man who was appointed Recorder of Deeds of the District of Columbia once brush- Â¬ ed coats and shined shoes in the barber shops of the Gait House Louisville Kentucky built within a fraction one hundred miles of railroad last year The record for the current year ought to show five hundred miles In fact two hundred and sixty eight miles are now in course of construction In Pulaski county George Tartar at Â¬ tended unbidden a dance given at Neal Samsons distillery and then raised a dis- Â¬ turbance in which he stabbed four persons one of whom Bud Hutchinson is not expected to recover A magnificent reel has been sent President Cleveland by Captain B C Milan of Frankfort Ky who says he loves Grover for the fish he has caught The President acknowledging the gift says he has a longing to put it in use Hon J H Mulligan of Lexington is favorably mentioned by the State press as the best man for Speaker of the next House There is no man who would be better suited for the place and on this question we desire to speak with the State press Lexington Press Glasgow is considerably excited over a discovery of iron ore on the farm of Mr C C Terry about two miles from town Mr Terry recently went to Birmingham Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The bond of 250000 of S N Aldrich as assistant treasurer at Boston has been approved by the acting secretary and the solicitor of the treasury Capt Jas B Ends the great engineer of the Mississippi Valley died at New wiwirf Orleans on the 10th inst ne was a na tivo of Indiana and was 67 years old Genera1 Edward S Bragg the well known Congressman and politician of Wisconsin has entirely lost the sight of his left eye and fears are entertained that his right eye will be affected The belief of the Texas negroes that the Democrats caused the drouth and the earthquakes is not more extravagant than the belief of the Hon John Sher-Â¬ man that a good crop year was the work SADDLERY Manufacturers of Saddles Hsrneee and dealers in Saddlery Hardware LOUISVILLE KY Trustees vev Lexington Ky Mize Hazel Green J T Day G 15 and Prof Swango W O J W McGar- Â¬ XB Dunlap J L Dunlap W G Barrett a HA5 MHJM m y ACADEMY 72Sand730 W 31 ain St TRIMBLE BROTHER CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGAN Has attained a standard of caeoltesoo admits of no siraexior It contains every improvaeat thX 1 genius skill and money can produce W 91 i Greenup Herald The Richmond Hotel at Buffalo N Y burned tn the 18th inst at 330 A M of the Republicans IT STERLING- KY - There were 125 persons in the house twelve of whom perished in the flames Many others will die of injuries received in escaping from the burning building Ike Vincent who robbed the State of Alabama of 180000 while treasurer and who has been a fugitive since Jan uary 1883 was captured by Deputy Sheriff Ray at Big Sandy Texas on the loth inst and taken to Montgomery - DEALER IX Ala for trial The proposition to erect a monument to the memory of the late Henry Ward Beecher by popular subscription is re-Â¬ ceived with general favor in Brooklyn HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY N Y Already several thousand dollars KEEPS CONSTACTLY OX HAND A FULL ABSORTEEXT OF have been promised and the movements will take definite shape in a few days President Cleveland has pardoned J Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware J C Dougherty sentenced for embez- Â¬ zlement from the Baltimore postoffice Hardware Table and Cutlery Grocer Â¬ on the ground that the prisoner is be- Â¬ ies Stoves and Farming Implements lieved to be sincerely penitent has served In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOM PIlICEh most of his time and that his pardon is Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due me all kinds of recommended by all who were connected Countrv Produce and Live Stock of every description with his prosecution A WORD Judge Lafayette Kirk of Washington TUGGLE WITH WTTIl be- Â¬ County Texas who recently testified G-fore the Senatorial Outrage Investiga- Â¬ Co ting Committee at Washington D C JOBBERS OF has been indicted together with a number of other citizens of Washington HARNESS AND COLLARS 7 1 W MAIN STKEET 707 709 95 and 97 WEST PEAPX STREET County by the United Sates Grand JuLOUISVILLE KY on the charge of intimidating voters CINCINNATr OHIO ry Respectfully invite the Mountain Merchants to Examine their Stock and Prices before purchasing wla ATP is to EXCEL lXfEXEmEM mSrrmBBm jBBBp5BlB gwMgp axÂ¬ XAanrxD 7X731 MHMfl mHEeIhI XZA3 quality of tone Quick response artietJe STA8Z33HX2 XXFTXkTI3 CXEQUA2XI3 FACTLITIXS These Organs axe celebrated for uyai j m Ecuec penect conecmeaoB them tho most desirable ocnas for SCOC enureses iodges soaMaee GENERAL MERCHANDISE seuii uroxsaocr THE POPULAR 0B2IH iMtrictleft Beefcs -- a4 FtaM Sill ec i fctalcgaes and Prtee TJate CHICAGO Pocket CSTTA9E V RondBlpk art Am MAI Ct CJHCMt w Harbison SADDLERY Cathright P JE Ringgold W0RKHG1 urnisn ail classes with eiBpIoraatt a the whole of the time or for their moments UssisesH ssvr iigkt aae able Persons of eitfeersex eeey ei 50 cents to 5 pereveinfad ate sum ox aevousx us imu rate trn business Boys sad girls ear adyaMek CUSSJM 3Lfi-m Jt JP Boots and Shoes Pree Adrssa Gao MW Portland 34mm bleof writwe we will send oae FsM their address an4 test the fcnoima this offer T sch m are t wa as raea x Rt ski tt a mu fcc dHr MHkwm fj ScMey t Ces I z FT THMft-