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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u 1r - j u y IT EK sr-- sf SE lite Mi HR SWL f - - s3 iJ r 7 tt r AirliLi xl Our Coal Fields tTi SttEg2bSS5i rtx 3 n mtwmwmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm f3MSr- - t - 4v- - ySp m c 4tag8ggg3gU7 CJ liREEN WOLFE COUNTY Mil B B t A H m -m ljm WYL rA i - I A K I B - J3i2 T1 r Tfi M - Is TTJ MV iT 1 IT 3iM TrH- - THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD WITH NEWS FROM ALL NATIONS 103 YUMhnph liTTlEHXBr i Sr Touucani 4 HAZEL GEEEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY MARCH 30 1887 brtMb ni r tatt A8A IWwt JywWL Bj HE m ERALD 13 w alarcer a Ei f f t a if gun shot in the corporate limits twenty JTOfiK veins of superior coal are visible Extending the belt five miles north east BJLZEL GEEEN XY ffEWS west and south investigation shows a of Depositions countless number of veins with a capac- Â¬ for Wolfs oourity cross mark made with ity unequalled in quality and quantity talSrselkfitifitkc atraaire eftfee pen or pencil before or af- Lacy Creek which is only a few miles alteadaTaatpUy la all Ishs-aa4 m hM care iftaata ter your name written on in length will alone furnish enough coal MAPEL the margin miornis you to warm all the inhabitants of the world XSAAC Attoekey-at-L- av and all the furnaces that your time has expired keepthe manufactories inofblast globesup JbTD SXal ESTATE AGCKT for the You are invited to renew and ply WSZEL GREEN JCY ages to come Railroads are pointing jpcoetiee is all tat Charts ef Wolfe if you want the paper please this way and capitalists hunting coal so alCeaiiee aaa Breatakt caaatSes J hand or send us 1 at once report the quality and quantity of coal aeetraow tarsiaaea i acaaaaaea real aaUte boaekt to be found on your land and thus help aaU CaUectiaas a specialty A drove of nice stock cattle passed along the boom through town Monday G LTKINS A Large Rat Story Agant Oar Ezel letter is unavoidably crowded Some time last fall J T Day of this OMHtyAttrnay Kel Estate out lor want of timeto get it up Mta alatary Public place purchased two beef hams and af-Â¬ Ad- Faaaawag w all Caarte ia Welfe aad Judge James Hampton of Lee county ter trimming them hung them up to JTfafir Osaties aad Caartaf Appeals VCaUecbaaa a Bpecuatj dry One of them was cut and used will move to Daysborough this week CuPT0if7SriTE Couxrr Xt from time to lime and the other was John H Peiratt of this place left last saved for future use Last week his T-- BWANGO Monday for Mt Sterling with a drove of cook visited the larder for the purpose HAZEL GEEEN KY stock hogs of making a requisition upon the beef fcprty Cart ChtI Ckrktf Woife Master Greenherry Pieratt of Ezel to regale the family and some visiting diners She made an incision into the banaees eatrasted to him is visiting in town and called at our beautiful looking ham and was astonishaad dispatch sanctum on Monday wife ed to find that it was only a makebelief SO E WHITT Elisha Chambers and Mrs Ambrose as no meat met her gaze except some Of Elliott County Swango of the Stillwater neighborhood live meat in the shape of young rats W3TK are down with fever which were quietly reposing in a nest Co at that Kx jit W 3irket S- - Louifivixi Kentucky W T Casfcey last week sold to John just slice waspoint wheretothe most succu- Â¬ be An inves supposed lent MlimU bc paireaage ef Eastern M Rose fifty eight head of nice stock ULamk Baaka Blaaks lar tigaion showed that the rats had run hogs at private figures B- - TAUL3EE K D along the rafter climbed down the string W T Castey has just received a lot to the meat and systematically hollowed PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON of gents and ladies fine shoes which he out the ham leaving only the dry shell HAZEL GEEEIf KY to show its former size and that then is selling at lowest prices the old dame rat or the dame old rat OSee TerlT T Caskeya store Office Mrs J Mort Peiratt of Ezel came up had utilized it as a family residence and adara S t 11 A AL aad 1 to 4 on a visit to her friends in town and vi commissary department combined The catkatteed to day or nisbt cinitf the first of this week truth of this story can be verified by an pOMBS HOUSE On account of removing to Mize hall interview with Betsy Banks the culinary CAMPTON KY we this week hurry to press and of neÂ¬ artiste who made the discovery and The Herald tip toes to ask Has any paper cessity leave out some news S S COMBS Pbopsietoe in the State a rat story to match it The iatrenage of the traveling public is Correspondents are respectfully re Â¬ We need the subscription to the paper gaeytfally solicited Table the bebt and quested to confino themselves to furnisherary aBtte for the comfort of guests to purchase paper to print it upon and ing newa and abstain from flings at without the money could not procure it 1MATT HOUSE -Phoenix each other The Netv It i3 therefore hoped that no one will Judge G B Swango is building a new ask credit If we only have 800 subscriHAZEL GREEN KY H- Proprietor fence in front of his residence which bers we must first have the money to will add materially to the appearance of buy paper to print them Otherwise we I am aswraaaiag the little hotel around West Main street can not furnish them the paper men taa earaer ob Broadway and respectfully 1st my former patrons and traveling peo will not credit ua T CJohnson of Campton R C Smith 4a MBeraUrt0cllund ead und shleeb J IL PIEEATT of Louisville and W R Nunnelly of Steve Stone of Magoffin county who mj blace Mt Stirling registered at the Day house was confined at Louisville for moonshiu PALACE HOTEL ing broke jail and made his escape on the last week FRENCHBURG KY 19th inst Two other prisoners also esThe Hazel Green Academy library caped They were James Gibbs of Wolfe J E WILIIAXS Proprietor 630 books upon its shelves the and Clelland McLaughlin of Hardin Th aatroaage sf the traveling pnblic is now has wygtfally invited Table the best and donation of the citizens of Lexington Stone is one of the most dangerous men ry atteatiea to the comfort of guests and the library managers are very thank- Â¬ in Kentucky West Liberty Gem ful for them TOWNSEND Old papers suitable for covering walls T F Day had eighteen wagons start putting under carpets for cutting pat- Â¬ J to the station Monday after goods A let- Â¬ terns c for sale at this ofice at the following prices JOBBER OF ter from Taylor states that he purchased 100 40 Cents Caps Straw Goods 30000 pounds of flour and every body 50 25 Glerrs aad Umbrellas 13 25 will have biscuit a-Ht circalatioa in tie mountaiaa of 7 jl x ftmree Baotera KeatHcky than any paper in the ift ttninir it Statej and merchants and others wishing to tXiiWfl t i40 A 1C will Kt secure the trade of Eastern Kentucky K vrires Sad it THE BEST ADVEKTISIXO MEDIUM MJL Jfc 4iC t Advertising Rates P 1C r-JLt Stems at 1 t KtfeweU at SJM P af irTransient advertisements 75 cents an iivc at 345 P M arrive inch first insertion 25 cents an inch for 53 P 1C Mt Sterling each sabseqaeat insertion I at JSTAXDING ADYEKTISEMKXTS i at Jit Sterling whs llfc A yeBr1500 4 O xailway 1 inch 3 year traia oa a41 J7 P KCiacmaati C iaisTMIe 2iaohe8lyear 500 5 inches 1 Tear 170 inches 1 900 aad LciafW a at Mt etemag wilh iiuo jl 3 laches lyear 1200 6 inches lyear 2000 CJtO rMBtk Est aai 136 SDeclratesonlanreradvertisements LauMnileaa Ciacwaati local notices 5c a line with 5 per cent off ceaatr ceart aay special for lone time KackiraU ml tbe SraL afoadr ia eck STMarriage and death notices free tri irat 7 A K-- acriTiag at HuBterliBg Bates of respect and obituaries 5 cents a loaves v al 9 avat Jtoaaeaiaf liotaweil jet merlisg line AHaotiB cements of candidates for aS r-- Jt acriviar t XL ArH at 4J i p x Hiayiii iMkwtJIfor t P K State or District offices 10 f County offices G0 it BjUfcPEX Sapt 5 calls oa persons to become candidates and their answers 5 cents a line Payable invariably in advance EL ETAKS In response to our request for informa tion in regard to the coal fields surround- Â¬ Â¬ tli 10 lfc4UHinre - e ing us Judge G B Swango reports that he ha3 four banks One vein of cannel coal shows eighteen inches and two sep- Â¬ arate veins of stone coal wiil average three feet each He has a vein of splint coal three feet thick which for its cok Â¬ As proof ing qualities is unsurpassed of its value a gunsmith made a fire of it and welded a beard upon a small fish-Â¬ hook which he claimed had never preÂ¬ viously been accomplished except with charcoal This coal is equal to cannel coal for grate fires as it makes as much None of flame and gives more heat these banks are over a mile and a quarter from The Herald office while within It x L00AL A Court atMartinsburg this week Joseph Marsh of Oak Hill Ohio is visiting the family of W A Jones of this place J N Vaughn one of our most enterprising merchants is off on a business trip to Cincinnati Mr Milburn the architect and con- Â¬ tractor was in town a few days this week He talks of giving- ua a bid on the court house B D Rose Jr formerly of Stillwater has rented W A Byrds property and is now a citizen of Campton He says that he has tried almost every other kind of life and thought that he would now try city life awhile Miss Lula Robinson of Charleston S C is visiting the family of her uncle J C Lykins of this place She is quite an accomplished young lady and her ad- Â¬ vent into our little village has produced quite a sensation especially among the chivalry of our place We learn that she intends making Campton her future - J Camatoa March 21 C Lykins Esq is attending Circuit be no more Col his old audience to be e faithful until death when they would be summoned to that bright home where parting will upon his canvass for Lieutenant Gover- Â¬ nor Gentlemen remember your moun- Â¬ tain hero and stick to him close as a John T Hazelrigg has entered GIGANTIC i r i - v V Fr brother When Miss Dora Rawlings left for her home in Montgomery county she was accompanied by her devoted admirer J C Manker Miss Lizzie Filson after a protracted visit of nine months to her sister Mrs B L Carter of this place has gone home Famous New Store An invoice just taken has disclosed the fact that I have too many Goods Too xauch DBY Too many Clothing Too much Inr nishing Goods Too many Hats and Cape an endless yaritey of only ssb jo Wi i2l yktw Â¬ Henry Xnoefei T ic Â¬ W C Kendall and wife are in Cincin- Â¬ nati where they will remain some time under medical treatment GOOI3S Richard Hamilton has moved to the I amcL residence recently occupied by T F Carter on Broadway There is about 175 pounds of Rice at the Morgan house which is said to be al- Â¬ ready sweetened IN ALL SIZES QUALITY AND PRICES The convention here passed off as calm and peaceful as a passing breeze of early spring home Ed C Orear spent several days in town Prof Demarees school save an enter tainment a few evenings since at the on legal business Â¬ Methodist Church All the pupils seem- Â¬ Joe T Carter has moved to his farm ed to be perfectly conversant with their near this place respective duties and performed them A Genial Reiitomtlve well to the amusement and entertain- Â¬ Hostetter Stomach Bitters are emphaticment of their audience which was large the church being filled to its utmost ally- a genial restorative The changes Everything is Included in Great UnioaiRg Sail capacity We were especially delighted which this great botanic remedy produces in the disordered organization are always with their newspaper known a3 the agretably though surely progressive never Campton Times which was edited and abrupt and violent On this account it is raa read by Miss Majnrio Smith The pro admirably adapted to persons of delicate gramme consisted of declamations reci- Â¬ constitution and weak nervest to whom the tations essays orations stump speeches powerful mineral drugs are positively injurious That it initiates those processes music etc which result in the re establishment of There has been discovered very recent healthful vigor is conspicuously shown in ly quite a number of immense coal mines cases where it is taken to overcome that on Bear peii about one and a half miles fruitful cause of debility indigestion coufrom town It is bituminous coal of the pled as it usually is with billiousness and very finest quality and is about three constipation Thorough digestion regular i give you a Guarantee that you will Save Mousy en Ewyifag ym buy reevacuasion secretion if feet in thickness If the railroad should sults which and abundant invariably are attend promptlv and come and there is but little doubt of its its systematic use It is besides the best re- Â¬ coming the ownera of these vast coal protective against malaria and a first rate fields need never let trouble encroach diuretic their minds to use the language of some of our noted citizens Dr Congle WANGO SPRINGS ton also says that he has discovered a AND BOARDING HOUSES LADIES AND IvIISSES WOOLEN J30SE cannel coal bank on his farm about three Harrison Swango Proprietor LADLES AND MISSES CORSETS quarters of a mile from town that is Every effort will be made te make every LADIES AND MISSES SHOES about four or five feet thick thiug as pleasant for invalids and pleasure S F Kelley of the M E Church seekers as possible during the eoming seaOLD LADLES SHOES In great varietjv Rev who formerly resided at this place as son Rates of Boarding c Yery reasonaMENS AND BOYS HAND MADE BOOTS MENS AND BOYST HANDi address pastor preached in town last night to a ble Call on orHARRISON SWANGO MADE SHOES MENS AND BOYS UNDERWEAR considerable crowd of attentive auditors Hazel Green Ky for particulars Bro Kelley is a good man a profound MENS AND BOYS SUSPENDERS thinker a logical reasoner has wonderful be made Cut this out gifts of expression a man who never return to us and we will This is theIGrand83t Opportunity of Season you free something of shrinks from duty an ever zealous work- Â¬ great value and importance to you that will er in his Masters cause an honor to the in business church of which he is one of the leading start you money right which will bring you in more away than embassadors and a bright and shining else in the world - Anyone can do anything the work Â¬ light in the community in which he re- and live at home Either sex all ages Somesides He is Presiding Elder of this thing new that just coins money for all District and holds his quarterly meeting workers Wo will start you capital not here on the 26th and 27th inst May all needed This is one of the genuine imporhis efforts be crowned with unbounded tant chances of a lifetime Those who are enterprising will not delay success and may he so sow in time that ambitious andfree Co Grand outfit Address True V he may have a bountiful harvesting in Augusta Maine the great harvest fields of eternity 1 fYL 1 E WORD QTir Stillwater March 33 Well well Uncle Remus what is the WITH matter Top Lady seems to have fright- Â¬ ened you By the way you kick before you are spurred Come dont be so easily scared after acting ground hog so ST i Vv Hand made Boots and Shoes Sfc I have decided that my stock must be cut down With this end in view I have cut the prices on every article in my different depart ments in that great establishment and have made telling andistartling reductions pis Â¬ Â¬ Winter goods in a great variety such Woolen and Cotton Flannels Skirts and Shawls Hoods and Nubias Gloves and Mittens Cloaks and Short Wraps Mens and Boys Suits Mens and BoysJOvercoats Mens and Soys Hats and Caps Mens and Boys Dress Shirts duce my stockat any cost forjthenext Thirty Days - Â¬ I mean business andam determined to it s Â¬ Â¬ - MONEYS the Â¬ m BRAUN -- Â¬ THE FAMOUS fiflfiR Kb w vino long Â¬ J PIsratt Harmon Swango and wife and Miss Julia Cecil of Hazel Green and Miss X UU1 I Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of HOU ij Â¬ Wm H Eullerton Hats CHILL1COTHE s O NOTICE a -- We learn that a Mr Milburn who contracted to build the Breathitt court- Â¬ house and had the contract annulled by the commissioners will sue the county Taw Bndiag Caamittee of Wolfe county vittiMTa aaaled bids up to 12 oclock H for breach of contract Hon W P Taulbee and family were April 1887 tat Frtt Hwii the guests of Dr J B Taulbee in town bafldiag of a Coart House for said Saturday night on their return from far aaar For teraH plana and specifications - Washington and left Sunday morning mmil er adaraat the Committee at Campfor their home in Salyersville Tkia March 71857 IWANGO O LYKIKS JOSEPH COMB6 fi i JOEfc a V Committee - nHt TURNER Mt Sterling Ky From the reports so far received Hon R M Pieratt has carried the counties of Morgan Magoffin Menifee Johnson and Wolfe The Senatorial convention will be held at Campton Friday April 1st 1SS7 One day last week a little girl the daughter of Jack Little living on Cane Creek in Breathitt county was swinging on a grape vine attached to a dead sycamore tree when the tree gave way and falling on the childs head killed her in stantly 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 Â¬ jBSJtSlSTSl J B Taulbee of this place was Wales2e Dealers in last Wednesday called to attend Mrs B T Tyler of Frozen Creek While away BOOTS he was also called to attend the wives of fM W Kaia SC LOUISVILLE KY Wiil fea a 3ft Sterliag vrj County Court Jason Little Thornton Jones and a Mr Smith T-- ROGERS Several of the prominent citizens of WITH Campton have issued a circular recom- Â¬ fair trial mending H K Taylor for State Super- Â¬ GO SHIPLEY DOiSY Three families of Howertons now live intendent of Public Instuctions which we will publish next week if we have at the mill site on Red River near town and an unmarried brother is looking out space for a wife They are all good citizens See the advertisement of Swango and working for the advancement of our Springs hotel and boarding houses in town this issne Uncle Harry Swango i3 pre-Â¬ Oer 4th and Elm Streets A C Buchanan a native of this county pared to accommodate a large number of of RichOHIO visitors and those wishing to secure room but now a prominent merchant C3NCINNATI i mond Kywas through here Monday and should address him at once did not leave without having his name Indigestion results from a partial par entered upon our subscription book stomach and is the bfcp if liWmftilniitMxi alysis of the very large majorityprimary Commissioners Notice of the cause of a CllreMttkeworii ills that humanity is heir to The most Â¬ As commissioner to substitute MtWI Ba4 Rmmk orrdott CCiTtie agreeable and effective remedy is Dr J pers and records of the Wolfe lost paCircuit ILmtmc mn Ca ktwmi H McLeans Little Liver and Kidney Court I will begin my sittings at Hazel mw hi cmtmermmabest Pillets 25 cents a vial Sold by G B Green on Monday April 11th 1887 and 1 HI teMHalMkMR gaeUKif JCs Vi Swango Hazel Greenland J N Vaughn continue from day to day until further Dr Gren Huffaker Co AND SHOES -- Â¬ sold by all Hazel Green burial on the 23d His parents and relatives have our sympathy Rev J T Pieratt preached at the old William Tyler the dashing young wid Grassy Church last Saturday and Sun- Â¬ ower on head of Grassey surprised his day There was a large congregation on many friends last week by quietly slip Sunday and the best of order The ser- Â¬ mon was Gospel and could not be sur- Â¬ ping over into Magoffin and capturing a passed blushing young bride daughter of Rev Robert Greer swapped his house and Joseph Allen of the Baptist Church lot at this place to M B McClure for some land near here and has moved to Judge G B Swango whose health has the house lately vacated by R M Ham- given away from the effects of catarrh I ilton Married At the residence of the will leave for Hot Springs next Tuesday brides father S W Havens on the at which place he expects to remain long inst James McGuire to Miss Deli- Â¬ enough to be cured or give the water a 24th Havens Rev Isaac Murphy officia Â¬ lah Alice Combs of Campton were guests of R M Cecil on the 20th inst Mrs Evaline Swango of this place who has been afflicted with sore eyes for Pieced Pressed Japanned Tinware several years finds her sight slightly im- Â¬ Hollow ware axd proved Tinners Stock Win Combs of Jackson was in the W Main neighborhood on the 21st inst on busi- Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY ness He was the guest of his son J W Combs t X iAJJLit Mrs Martha Wells of this place who When m visit our city look out forthe CASH SIGN on Main streetgCASH S3 has been confined to her bed for some S3 S3 M S3 fW S3 means every article at rock bottom prices time is thought to be better I guarrantee this to you as I keep no books credit nobody sell for CASn ohhv News is scarce and so are dollars but 1 am dealer in watches clocks and jewelry Rogers Bros 1S49 knives and forks IS THE PLACE TO BUY subscribe for The Herald clads jewelry store table and Clocks St Jewelry spoons olso dealer tea every thing to be found in a first Farmers on this creek are making in I am Repairing a Specialty preparations for work Siioss Hais and Gaps FumlsJilag Goods Charges reasonable and work warranted Boots E S Samples of Laurel Creek was in T F CARR Respectfully our midst Sunday Ladies Fine Shoes the best that is made Childrens Shoes in all sizes and styles Gents Fine and Heavy Boots MORGAN COUNTY TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK Now good people remember that I am the onlv firm in cur citv that eIte for CASH ONLY this is the firm you want to fiudto save you a BIG PER CENT Grassy Crook March 25 No trouble to show goods Asking you to call when ia the city and hopinjlc MT STERLING KY Hiram Greer of this place was recent- Â¬ see you soon I remain Respectfully yours ly called to Missouri to see his son who went from here a short time ago He wrote to his father that he was very sick M BIGSTAFF President and Mr Greer went at once but we have J since learned that his son is better Mr W W THOMSON Cashier G will probably look the country over before returning DIRECTORS A GROSSJIAK JOHX T SCUXEBTXBv VSAXK GOUVKHT Thos Perry a young man who lived near Omer in this county died on the Jame3 Cmork Andrew Fesler CO R0SSHA8 GOUViON 22nd inst of hemorrhage of the lungs T Highland R R Drake J A large concourse of people attended his Dr Stoves Grates MT STERLING KY Mantels I ASK YOUR ATTENTION 736 Street iTrimn Ul r i j Mm lUzmi mmi Watches andienis M W VOWELS MainJStreet Mt Sterling Ky best stores It 13 mr341y mm W1IOLE3ALB MAXUFACTXTRSna W MiiliL GB But buv Kellys STEEL axe It is the most perfect axe made Also buy STEEL horse hhoes Thev will outwear iron And use STEEL nails They cost the same as iron For tale in Hazel Green by SWANGO W T CASKEY rjjpjiftv ill MM In 3 mnimu mi 1 i i a ViSiJl 11 l s 5 BBIDLES JpA JcSSv c F McGUlRE 74 ana 76 MainlStreet Chllos SY Thompson MT STERLING Co ting We hear that Milton Carter a yourg man living near nere was to marry a Miss Prater of the West Liberty precinct KY Asents for Fastern Kentucky mg CINCINNATI O Tears rtace thtampititiwe wm aMantl remedy for Wors aat frsai that ESTABLISHED MBT- McWilliams NEW Co DBY GOODS Â¬ j0AJLjk UVtfBaito wmA V ammt e Se W the present ilay it Is almost universally acknrerd7el throughout aearlr all parts of Uw yesterday ereign remedy Worm Confection made more for the purpose of pleulc tie palate tfea oC oroaite 3k aiscase nave Den menaracicrea ait orer ine couatry Dut taeir norc iase ot iue aat wsct Squire Wm Havens court convened Livery Sale and Feed Stable B A Kahneitocics Vermlfnsrn continues to crow In faror daily CMldm often loot falc xuL MoUy ttmmjmtM Mhopisuiii than tmnniinit nunu im nMt frraeatlv the resale of tbeaa hidden saDoeni iMimiwer Wkot at this place on last Saturday with forty they are lrritabla and feverish eometlmes cravinjr food and eatinsr raTeaooalr apa refiatBg wholutow Jtet one civil cases on the docket tossinz reaUesalr In sleep moaning and zrtindinj the teeth then be assured these symptom are te3icatias C MT STERLING KY worms JIany a helploas Alex Havens of Montgomery county child fiaa been laid in is visiting relatives and friends near this the srrave when the disease which caiued place Drovers and Traders Headquarters tlroiv mi7inrfrstftrvi- and when trortn hara reallr bea raa ranrt- - Ithaa hMsanrcd boToadowril tlwtl George Haley a vounjr man of this in the human ezit their children system from earliest infascTtaerefore parent especially woir rrlKa are aworet rtaJty they xtectfcr with cannot be too observing of thelrst sjmptomteifieormgJoTasrtsT neighborhood is very low with feyer be tafely and sptalily removed f rots the most dtlicate incud by te tiawly om of Vtiityv Physician do not hssitata to recommend IS andews it ia their practice aad MiyofiksBwiC eiafawirtt tCM J S Wheeler has just returned from The attention of horse and mule dealers profit m from all to children ascountrypursra ure boi uniform accescasjefact it iBHWawLiNR Ita parts of the testify to its never fB41S la a safe ua in especially invited to our facilities for the qnRtly ben ffiven mHaniH kb a business trip to Mt Sterling ol wrni cauuofl nn a qsw oj very fanmmtmr t i t aicnxrKCU un ira ncuiaie rain aauracu BAFAHNESTOCKS - ItbaewMariraK am Ms -- tjo - VERMIFUGE raiaz r-- e- imiTftoJuw - RBjKYJB Campton m94t notice JL C Herjdox uai handling of Btock and we invite all ridrs hehixawn Indsrn in one sense and to examine ever bottle he btrrm of it Tfe sfanalo mum mt t jjoomocx to mm West liberty of Wolfe and adjoining counties to call on I not sufficient11 He tIPt7- - looic closely aad carefully to see ttos tho iaag are 8 A - g AlBOBfOeSCjUW e J rf iv IIUl W4k4J UULlIin Xsnr FRJLsncc Howard CoXol Rev W B Ragan of the London Ky ue when in the city dim MesTS J E Sch wartt 4r Co Pitfxourj Pa rVwrf SaTins we Ow ffrteAl 9 A YiBtM circuit was quite a welcome visitor to Gentlemen I have used some of that most excellent msT have fe or othsvA9vvih t38Tmtne reraedv B A Fahnewtocks Vermifutrp and fond it to tua ia my practice far my fl5ilftR1cIS3fffl2 our town as he is a favorite minister Eiti I LIi 1 iWkaiv this pjporor cbtaw ettjmatcc have the dwlrod effect I think jroar yenaUngs a taacy InrgcomaaeariiagKMaroMBitr whieh afc a eaaMae rKsMead4CeciagaaeMrKSAHMT JL M among the people of this vicinity in gen- Â¬ cnadyerSns space vhoo In Chicsgo will find it on file ct J Yourifca TWW- seeded XJWBUEBABDXD Â¬ cceessoas to eral His talk at a recent prayer meet- ac to 41 RandclnS St iKttkm f m BA E I LRtw ij I I ing was yen interesting He exhorted t Vst Adetjins Agency c LS80 STH91IS mm Fahnestock Co Ifr A t inPfJV9t M 2- - v v n nmmmmmmm5nK553S5fiK5laitfSp nmmmmmmmBnHann35Bnil5F nmmmnnBPlwPsBKSEjfw ThJ - fiT - -r - - i - r t v 1 onptlwpst v - J v p jl Cr JBff- MSP r Him Qatar Hduja r- - Irii j r 9 - IcrtWi c bt urroocr jr tl j - TOI YCAJtS AQO rnjyw t arty wwt ae - TrfMftllMM nmVBML taj Mi Jiry Hrif 4KLA f wcs yic tows BoAai f 4 wnw9vS VM WW Mk1w zee fey a Sea sskaews faees SFS tif fcJrb woj beach - -- T rW- ifegreetafreas I pas reieas aweot j JteaMi r Iimk Aa TfcJMieiflK eit teeaefctfe rf g a Mutagen Be -- re Ala f 1m Uric the asaoc that afee aaaraed Mwr fltwiifc it strikes yaact aga ay feci ji e Mke a blow f f K Mr JM0lh Bart wife Twrsariotts eyes ay the 4eer tinkleraraed C g aaiofcly ana te gjaa garprtee H pc xte wa the steps feolew is Ta yars af V Wa Ifcac ike yar re tbw stood AaA waieheaaaeesaywaytetewa plaint Little Saninry cried much after the first bry and sometimes he would put his little arms out at the back of the wagon and beg so pitifully to be cary tor Dere Necs Your leter come dooly ried that Marcia could not sa no and to ban an kontents dooly red You carrying Sammy was very hot and hard dont kno how sory nice an your ant work They would camp under the trees at Cindy feel for you and i rite this to let you kno that we want night and alwas near a house if pos Â¬ you to come rite out to kancas for sible The people along the road were they is the best kind of a sho for alwas veT3 kind when the3 found that you to git along i wisht i could send the children were traveling alone munny for you to come on the kars or Women often came across fields and that i could come after you but i cant down wide green lanes to where the just now an we want you to come right little old cart was on quiet summer off Since readin your leter I aint evenings The3r always made Avhat afraid to have you come alone I blceve you could go to the north poal if you set out to You must sell your waggon an the critters and come on the kars Send word when you will start an your ant Cindy and jne will meet you at the depo 20 miles from here you will be welkum to the best we got And Cindy sends a kiss to the baby and sez she will be glad when she kin hug it an all the rest of 3 011 an so i am your unkel until deth Jomis Dill Marcia Dill was very glad to get this letter She read it aloud to Zebbv and a smile came into his thin pale face O Marcia he said well go wont we Indeed we will said Marcia promptly but I dont intend selling the horse and cow I ssposc thats what Uncle Jonas means by the crit-Â¬ ters Well need them if we take up a farm out there and we couldnt sell them for much You know old Ball isnt a very good horse and hes worth more to us than to auybodj else Poor old Ballj- - wasnt really worth much to auybod3T He was awa- - up in the teens when it came to age He was blind and had a shambling gait and there never before was quite such a loose jointed knobbT old critter as Bally was The wagon old Balh had drawn around for so mati3- - 3ears was what the neighbors had long called Dills It was a small shackl3iied old cart rattling old vehicle 2sb two of its four wheels seemed to be of the same size and Zebby Dill once quaintly said that it made him cross cved and crooked for a week after when he rode a mile in that cart But its all weve got and we must make the best of it said Marcia braveby And I know from Uncle Jonass letter that he and Aunt Cindy wont be ashamed of us if we do come in such an old cart with a horse like Zebb ilkC aproo and kaving forgotten his i4kkrcher ueed Ms yellow linen instead Once he drew the back Ckaj rough brown hand across his ye jRtid when he dropped it by his side there was a long wet streak on it Tke jfirst thing be said was Idon1t ee how brother William could be so shiftless with a child like that in the bouse Shes a regular growed up little woman said the old lady solemnly Think of bcr writin bout bavin the children to bring up and her not thir- Â¬ teen yet m A week later Marcia received this let i bot and so dusty that summer and old Baity did drag along so slowly fie looks so tired and feeble 1 cant bear to have jou whip him up Marcia often said to the impatient Zebb3 For Zebb3 still drove and Marcia still walked behind in the hot and dusty road driving the unruty cow and calf Her feet became ver3T tired and sore for she could not afford to wear her one Xair of old shoes 5 but she trudged wearily along without a word of com- Â¬ so Thats them Jonas I do thinX1 smtt ine 01a iaay Hope so said Jonas briefly And a few moments later he jumped down from the lugh seat and caught ragged amazed Marcia up in his arms Youre my neicc Marshy Dill an I know it he said kissing her on both cheeks Uncle Jonas gasped Marcia The very same cried Jonas an heres Aunt Cindy- - Now whores Zebby an Kitty an Sammy I want Sammy this minnit piped out the old lady Zebby so sick and so is baby and cried Marcia and Avere all so tired then she actually fainted away in Aunt Cindys arms The way we came to find you was We this said Aunt Cindy later on got hold of a Topeka paper two days ago an road a piece in it bout four youngsters passin through therebound for our part of the country an we knowed right off that it meant ou The paper was three weeks old an we hitched up an put right out to meet you an knowin you must be nigh onless youd got into trouble an so von lmri mir nnw j vniriv all right j Well be at our house soon an theres plenty there for all of us an its good too This country aint half so bad as it looks Itll come out mightily some day Therell be a railroad right over our farm an you an Zebbyll both have land of your own an well all be so happy an prosperous together All of which literally came to pass in after 3 ears J L Harbour in Our YoitUi j PMli 4tewarppc in ker eyes oi brows Tv Taayoara agel VIWBB IBC H9 9HV iBvil0BvV dV lta Tears age Z J Te sift Mm aeaee ef tie Aaa Had tke ebers f jay dreams flare last their jeetbfal lame at last laew sad it ees past Tat arethat a4e ay bosoei - Tea Tears age glow Qtre aae the essay past asraia Beat Back the slew aad sullen years eae ohera I treta aad then Strike My eyes shaM aU wita aappy tears Far I was Vat a bay y oa kaow Tea Tears age V ErntiA MeGvJTey in Inter Ocesiu bt TBE LITTLE BILLS s Brave Journey with Them to Kancas poor-- They kad They lired on a poor Bsarsky little farm out in Iowa Tke farm produced splendid weeds but HotkiHg else This was partly because Mr Bill was what the neighbors called skiftless and partly because Mr Dill tke truth when he said in a dis coaraged kind of a- tone that it was aost aa awful poor piece of land 31se hoHse in which the Dills lived was x very old and shabby unpainted frame building ofbut two rooms 3 Bat wliitc curtains hung before the two small windows on either side of tke door The small square panes of glass in these windows were always very clean and one could see back of tkena rows of plants in neatly papered iia caas A cypress Tine was trained over tke low door The yard and the door step were always swept very clean aiud tkere were little beds of ragged jrobtHs ts and marigolds fenced around with sticks and barrel staves to keep the chickens away for liere was hardly a whole panel of fence job tke Dill farm Harcia Dill bad put up the white curtains swept the yard and planted tke flowers Kone of the other Dills would bavc thought of doing such tkings Mrs Dill sat in a corner and smoked for neurologv and said Jiarcia wasted an awful sight of iiaQC Mr Dill lay on bis back uuder trees and said the same tiling tke Marcia wa the eldest of the children Ske was twelve Then came Zcbby a ckly boy of ten Katie a pretty little girl of seven came next and the babys name was Sammy He was a splendid little fellow two years old Marcia said she loved him better than iber life and I really think she did Poor Mr Dill was killed while cross- Â¬ ing a railroad track one rainj-- day Tke neighbors said he was too lazj to get out of tho way of the approaching train But neighborsare very unchar atablc sometimes Soon after this Mrs Dill fell ill of a fever and lived but ten days and there was Marcia left alone with her little sister and broth- Â¬ ers The only relative she knew was x brother of her fathers who lived far out in Western Kansas Marcia thought it her duty to write and tell this uncle of the death of her parents She wrote a very simple touching little letter ind this was a part of it We are left very poor Father Tvas never able to get the farm all paid for and it is a poor piece of ground Dovou think we couid do anv thinjr out in Kansas Of course I am the only one able to work hard Brother Zebby is sickly but be is real willing to do what he can Be can drop corn for most two horns at a time Katie can do more than Most little girls of her age and shes always real willing to pitch in The baby U a good healthy child and I want hhn to be a fanner Ma be we will bave fifty dollars left when the place is sold and every tiling paid up Father was in debt a good deal and the funeral bills are big I want to keep our cow and calf and horse and wagon whether we sta3 here or not If vou think there would be anv show for us out there we could come in the wajron I wouldn t be afraid to and we wouldnt have enouirh monev to come on the cars Ive heard about the Government or somebody giving away real good land out there to any body who would improve it Do you Vthink 1 could get some land that way They 533 you dont have to be grown rup or of age to get it and I thought maybe Td stand some chance on ac-Â¬ count of having the children to bring -- alift3s beea Ike Dills were very poor tld - touch-me-no- -- up One June day a short stout gray beaded old man with a round red face took this letter from a tinv little village post office Aplainly dresscd little old woman sat in a big farm wagoft before the post office door The little eld lady had such a kindly face xid I tliink she looked better in her eatlv Biade dark calico dress her plain wkitc ncck bandkcrcliief her long black silk apron and her plain straw boeact than in any thing she could kavc worn The little old man read letter to the old lady as they drove ekrvly bomeward over a dusty country red-and-gre- eu V te - went to jS aprtHi ifro letter ner eyes many times was oeiag reau ana stTii A corner of the old ladys black silk aot baying on any black 1 tic ett xwui K over a great fuss called Sammv and sometimes there would be tears on the little fellows cheeks after the women had kissed him good-b-- e tears that did not come from Sammys big blue eves It was late in August when the little Dills found themselves far out on the drear Kansas plains A weary woe Â¬ begone lot of little wav farcrs thev were by this time It would have made your heart ache to have seen them Sammy had grown so thin and pale The bloom and the plumpness had gone from his cheek and he cried so much Katie was pale and thin too and often Zebby bad never been impatient strong and Marcia could see that it was only through effort that he was able to sit on the wagon seat and hold the lines She could see how he some- Â¬ times laid his head wearily against the wagon cover bow and he did look so sick and thin some days Poor old Bally looked ready to drop in his tracks at any moment and some days Marcia would turn the old fellow out on the parched brown grass for half a day Avhilc she and the other children sat in the little shade made by the wagon for they were now in a fiat and treeless land Sometimes they would drive twenty miles without meeting any one and the nearest houses were miles distant for it was man years ago that these poor little Dills made this long hard jour- Â¬ ney They were a long distance from any house one burning day during the last Poor Sammy had week in August been sick all day and had cried feebly most of the time Old Tobe had lain down by the road side and died that morning and the children had cried when they drove away and left him there Zebby had been so sick the day be- Â¬ fore that they had stayed all day on the Ball3 The neighbors all said that tlie3 flat banks of a sluggish greenish-yellonever heard of such a thing when stream in which old Bally had Marcia told them of her plans But stood most of the day fighting the flies they knew that Marcia Dill wis the Their piovisions were almost gone wisest little girl of twelve vears in all and what they had left was distasteful the countiy round about and some to them all Sammy could not eat it said that there were growed ui wim- - at all and the cow gave hardly any men who didnt have the good sense milk Marcias money was nearly all Marshy Dill had gone Sho had to have a doctor for It was the first of July before Marcia Sammy several times on the road and was ready to start and it was a sorrow- Â¬ medicine was so expensive ful forlorn looking little procession At the close of this hot day the that drove away from the shabby old found a lone and almost leafless tree house First came old Baity- - and the under which they camped Bally had cart with Zebby driving Br his side just been turned loose when to sat Katie wearing a big pink Marcias utter dismay the poor old Samnry was bying on a pile horse had suddenly fallen over dead Bab3 of bed clothes under the canvas cover Marcia quite broke down under this Marcia had bought for the wagon crowning woe and cried a long time Marcia also wearing a pink calico sun But after she and Zebby and Katie had bonnet walked behinddriving the cow eaten their coarse bread and drank and calf Back of Marcia came old their black coffee she had something Tobe an ugh- - useless old 3 ellow dog else to think of for Zebby with a little Marcia said she couldnt bear to leave cry of O Marcia fainted away in her him behind because father had thought arms so much of him Some of the neigh- Â¬ Marcia could not revive him She bors had said that Mr Dill had realh brought water and bathed his burning t bought more of the old dog than of face but he only moaned and rolled airy of his children his hot head from side to side Night These poor forlorn homeless little came on and Zebby was growing worse Dills felt very badh when the time It began to rain a little and Marcia came for starting Even Marcia never knew how she got Zebby into brave though she was cried man times the wagon beside the fretful Sammy when she felt sure Zebb3 vas not A little after dark she put on her sun looking Tlay had risen ver3 earby bonnet and said very firmly to Katie and gathered all the roses there were Katie dear Brother Zebby is very on Marcias treasured bushes She had sick and sister must go for help Lie a few pansies and a handful of daisies down by Sammy and sleep if you can also and these were cut with the dew and dont leave the wagon If Zebby still on them -- hould come to and ask J or 111 e tell Then Marcia took Bab3 Sammy in him where have gone I her arms Zebb3 led Katie and the- - all Then Marcia put a candh in her tin walked half a mile across the shining fields to the lonely little cemoteQ- - in lantern and hung it on a wheel of the which their father and mother lay wagon to guide her back home She buried The flowers were laid on the could see far across the plain a dim graves then they knelt in a half circle light and before dark had noticed a and even Baby Sammy put up his house in that direction Her only hope was in reaching this chubb3 hands while Marcia said a short house before the light went out She and solemn and wonderfully sweet lit- Â¬ knew that she could never find it in tle prajer It was not more than seven oclock the dark in that roadless country when thoy softry closed the door of the That house was five miles away and ore and little old house and turned their backs Marcias brown feet wer blistered before she left the wagon it upon The neighbors along the road came out to sa3 Good b3e and They were bleeding now and her all brought some kindly little good- Â¬ heart as well as her limbs were aching will offering One had roasted a plunip She cried softly while hurrying over chicken another brought a jar of that plain and wiped the tears away She prayed choice fruit another a whole bush- Â¬ on her ragged sleeve steadily that the light would not go el of apples another a loaf of cake and when Marcia undressed Sammv out and it did not although it was al- Â¬ that first night she found hidden awa most midnight when poor Marcia among his clothing a little netted reached it A family named Barnes lived in the purse containing ten dollars She felt sure some one had dropped it and said little one roomed house One of the sorrowfulby that ther would have to three children was ill and Mrs Barnes go back next day and find the owner was sitting up with him No sooner But a second search revealed a bit of was Marcias sorrowful tory told than paper on which was written a few Mr Barnes set out for the wagon with words saying that the money was the Marcia behind him on his horse On gift of friends to the bravest and her arm was a little basket of food Mrs Barnes had given her out of her own best little girl theT ever knew I wonder who they mean queried scanty supply Sammy isnt a little Marcia simpVy Mr Barnes and Marcia watched all night bv Zebbv- - He knew them in the girl Why Dont you know asked morning but was very ill Mr Barnes The- - mean you Zebb- thought it best not to move Zcbby for Me a few hours and went back home Marcia was amazed promising to return during the day and Yes and they know what theyre take them all to his house But about d nine oclock a big farm talking about said Zebb stoutly Marcia had to cry a little over this wagon came tattling merrilv along over the road A short stout old even if Zebby did see her What a hard journe that was for man with a round red face sat on those poor little Dills The3 had no a high spring seat By his side sat a trouble in finding their waj-- for Marcia little old lady peering eagerly through I would ask in every town But it was her glasses towards Marcias wagon w sun-bonn- et THE CROWN PRINCESS Her Unpopularity nt tho Gerinan Court and Jler Facility in Offending People The Princess Royal is an interesting figure upon the European stage of whom in a political sense it is neces- Â¬ sary to speak She belongs to a fami- Â¬ ly in which there are many able mem- Â¬ bers Her mother is considering the pressure of detail on hci daily life one of the most able persons King or Queen that has ever sat upon a throne But the Priucess Royal is in some re- Â¬ spects the ablest member of the family except her mother The Princess Royal has that which her mothers per-Â¬ petual hard labor upon limited and special work has necessarily kept from her much deep reading and great knowledge of literary and general af-Â¬ faire which have made her as strong a Liberal in many matters as the Queen is a powerful Conservative The Crown Princess is not popular in Germany The reasons of that unpop- Â¬ ularity are upon the surface She has been the patron of reputedly free thinking clergymen and popular gos- Â¬ sip has accused her of being a com- Â¬ plete free thinker This makes her very unpopular in some quarters She has often turned German prejudice in- Â¬ to ridicule and this makes her still more unpopular in others She is very clever a quality whichlin court makes Princes unpopular with fools She is somewhat learned which everywhere makes people unpopular with the ig- Â¬ norant Her Royal Highness once asked a Russian General before his friends who was Consid of Rome in a PERSONAL AND LITERARY Meyerbeer the composer could whistle Yankee DooUe when three vears old Governor Lee of Virginia is said to be the champion checker player of the South Earnest Word was the name of a member of the Georgia Legislature who died recentlv Warren Green ex Consul to Kan- agawa says that the wife of the Mikado is a charming woman and a graduate of Vassal Major M E Page the new editor of the Brooklyn Union has worked himself up through all the degrees of newspaper life The Plonk family in Lincolnton N C is long lived Joseph is now 98 years oTtl his sister Mis Tethrow is 100 years and Mrs Weaver another sister is 102 years of age Mrs Hugh Jones and her sister Mrs Jane Ryan of Erie and another sister who resides in Wales have fallen heir to 1000000 the estate of a brother who died recently in Calcutta General Phil Sheridan General Thomas L James General N P Banks Ben Perley Poore and Benja Â¬ min P Shillaber who wrote the Mrs Partington articles all began life as newsbovs or printers devils NY Herald A monument is to be erected to Paul H Hayne over his grave in Au-Â¬ gusta Ga and the chairman of the committee to receive contributions is James R Randall of the Augusta Chronicle author of Maryland My Maryland Speaking of the royal manner in which President Arthur entertained his successor on inauguration day a Washington correspondent reverts to the story that John Adams packed up his effects and left Washington the night before Jefferson was sworn in John Quincy Adams was out hunting during the ceremonies which inaugura ted General Jackson Chicago Herald Miss Alden of New York is one of the handsomest of Americas handsome girls She is accomplished in music and painting and very fond of sports She was greatly admired while recently in Rome and received marked attention from one of the Car Â¬ dinals and from the Pope the day she Miss Alden is the was presented of Turners picture of Miles original Standishs Courtship N Y 2imes -Â¬ tR OUR YOLWG EEABEES LEARN TThea 1 WHILE YOUNG lm a grawa ap woman Just like mamma you know Tm going to have tae daintiest taiags Wheal have learned to sew Til hemstitch and embroider And aesthetic patters trace And ril trim my trills with needlework As delicate as lace When rm a growa up woman Im going to learn to make The most delicious puddings And thirteen kinds of cake My bread shaU be the lightest And the whitest in the fowa Ajid your mouth will water whea yon see My coffee golden brown When Tm a grown up woman And have a house to keep I mustnt slight the corners When I have loazned to sweep The dusting and the cleaning I must always do with care And a cobweb I should blush with shame To find one anywhere But whea mamma this morning Was brushing out my curls She smiled and said that women Are grown up little girls And to gain such skillful fingers The only certain way Is to learn to work while I am roung And practice every day Anna him with kfc ie jfcMf aek anCwrowTrifck Mi imti the saeefc coaueal wag vAs be hati to cmm hmat ik Mr HocHday iSi fcci boahis pet wfekfe iwot died and 50 preeated him ta a in LHa whrti 1m arrirwl saJate was coaetcteraL th Met imtommmMc tuag rer se t tfaara Jt JL oraBg SkippcH X J in GoMen 09 LINCOLNS- BOYHOOD Tae Early KarAMM Wl Martyr JETeadenr iHcong Abraham Lincebs wag kcx ia tucky bat while lie was jr Mji Thomas LicolT moved wMt father his family to ladiaaa TfcoMag Lis coin with the assistance of Jafewtt and children built a temporary ofcaHwr of the sort called in the frsHer jm a- half faced camp mevstr a guage shed of poles which defend tne inÂ¬ mates on three skies from ine fovi weather but left them open tn ife in- Â¬ clemency in front Torawkole yenc bis familv lived ia this wretcned feW while he was clearing a little patch e ground for planting corn and bwildmg a rough cabin for a nernMuteat residence Tliey moved ito the latter - vVc- - ail Si 4 L - Jf Pratt A BABY ORANG He Was So Knowing That He Xever Had Any Name But the Old Man Mr Hornaday the chief taxidermist of the National Museum at Washington Avho spent two years in the jungles of India and Borneo in the search for specimens of natural history gives a most interesting account of a babv orang outang which he possessed The little fellow was about six months old when he was brought to Mr Hornaday by some natives and was of a mild and before it was- - half completed bwt the out-of-do- or HUMOROUS Why arrest the man who steals from the bottom of a pile of cloth Undertaking is perfectly lawful A Pestiferous Gnat One day a pestiferous gnat Annoyed a young damsel who gsat Perusing a book In a sweet woodland nook But she squelched him at last with her ghat Boston Courier particular year Naturally that dis- Â¬ tinguished officer has from that day been more Bismarckian than the North German Gazette or the Post itself The Crown Princess at one time used to excite great hostility in Germany by proclaiming much admiration for France but that practice isJ-- think a matter of the past She still on occa- Â¬ sion ruffles the feelings of the court as for example in her strong sympathy with the English admiration for the Battenberg Prince of Bulgaria who is a member of a family by no means too popular at the German court But surely there can be no doubt whatever may be the dreams which have been cherished by some in France that when she comes to reign in German- - she will come to the throne as a good Ger Â¬ man and reign as such Political in Â¬ fluence with her eldest son it is said the Princess has not but his reign is a long way off at present The son is Bismarckian and his wife is orthodox and probably the difficulties which there may have been were difficulties upon questions which affect these mat tors and if so they are obviously diffi Â¬ culties which are likely to be softened or entirely removed by lime Those who best know the Crown Prince him Â¬ self say that he is very conscious of the limitations of his own abilities limita- Â¬ tions which are not so much of the mind as of habit It would be a mis Â¬ take to exaggerate the difficulties which have existed between Prince Bismarck and himself At times as for example at the moment of the issue of a certain imperial rescript against which the Crown Prince strongly protested the differ ences have been sharp but on the whole the Crown Prince has been content to defend his wife and it is supposed that like a good husband he is pleased to be held by his more energetic consort in silken bonds 67 Charles Dilke in Nineteenth Century Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ He Gallant insinuatingly This pattern will suit your complex- Â¬ She anxious-ty--Vi- ll ion exactly madam He injured jt wrinkle ly I said it would suit your com- Â¬ Tid Bits plexion my dear madam Well Dick did Omaha Dame you have a nice time sleighing with sis- Â¬ Little ter Nell and Mr Nicefellow Not very Sister was so afraid Dick that Id get croup that she kept me down under the buffalo robe and I Omaha World couldnt see a thing A Yassar graduate out iu the coun- Â¬ try went into the stable of a farm house Dear me how close the poor she re- Â¬ cows are crowded together Yes maam but we have marked To get con Â¬ Why so to do it Analyst densed milk Orlando I didnt see you with Miss Brown at the concert last night No Percy Im not calling on her any more I cant until she retracts what Ah what she said the other week Well she said 1 did she say Harpers neednt call any more Bazar Isnt it pretty lonesome out in the he said to the boy whose country parents moved out on a farm last fall Pa I guess not was the reglv and ma have just as many discussions ns they did in the city and us children Detroit get licked about the same Free Press I dont care exclaimed the young woman behind the counter when she heard of the marriage of an ac Â¬ quaintance to a rich codger old enough they sneer at me be- Â¬ to be her father cause I am a saleslady but Id rather be a saleslady than a lady that is sold Boston Transcript Look here said a man this morn Â¬ those ing going into his grocers Well eggs vou sold me were bad Whose was that wasnt my fault Blamed if I know How it then should I tell what was inside of them Im a groceryman Im no mind-reader Washington Critic Infamous Speculation Â¬ green-and-re- Judge Daniels of the New York Supreme Court used the English lan guage emyatically the other day when he gave a name to the practice of tying up wheat lard and other articles of necessity so as to raise the price of them to the consumer He called it The next time respectable robbery he has occasion to characterize it wo trust he will style it infamous robbery Making a comer in wheat means rais-Â¬ In a Vexatious Position ing the price of the poor widows bag of flour Tying up corn signifies makIm between the horns of a di- Â¬ ing the poor mans corn bread dearer lemma sir said a tramp detaining a Holding back lard adds still more to passer by the hardships of the people It will be Hows that safe to call the doing of these things I was thinking sir that if you infamous hereafter N Y Ledger should give me a dime and 1 were to spend it for liquor my appetite would Congressman Tillman of South be stimulated to a degree extremely Carolina never wears an overcoat and unpleasant for a foodless man while if in the coldest weather leaves his sack it went for food my unquenched thirst coat unbuttoned He is sixty years old would be equally distressing Its a and in good health N Y Mail cold world sir and I wouldnt ask you To evangelize 1026000000 heath- Â¬ for a cent butit snowed on my bed last en and Mohammedans who are increas Â¬ night and God help the rich murmured the ing by natural birth at a million a year j God help the man as he passed on we have only about 6000 missionaries rich tho poor can beg N Y Sun N Y Witness Â¬ Their aristocratic employers Native object to mustaches ever since old Mr Bondclipper permitted his coachman to wear an imperial Two daughters eloped with him and old Mrs Bond clipper herself followed on the next A Y Mail train Hand painted coal scuttles have made their appearance in New York Very esthetic no doubt but when a man goes into a dark cellar with a hand painted coal scuttle and collides with a post or bumps his head against a joist his language is ap to be as lurid and vigorous as if the scuttle were sim- Â¬ ply daubed with coal tar by machinery Norristown Herald I notice that these livÂ¬ eried coachmen dont wear mustaches Stranger gentle disposition very different from other young ones which fell into his bands from time to time and became at once confiding whining softly when approached and rolling up his big brown eyes appealingly Judged by our standard of human his owner says he was perÂ¬ beaut haps as ugly as any healthy child could be and live but for all that his home- Â¬ liness was interesting it seemed to conform to a general plan of ugliness and nothing was lacking to make it xer fect His eyes were large bright and full of intelligence and he had the forehead of a philosopher and because of his bald and shiny pate his solemn wrinkled melancholy visage and an togs air of profound gravity he never had It was a wild region writes Mr anv other name given him than Old Lincoln in one of those rare bits of Man autobiography which ho left behind His height wsis about 22 inches his him with many bears and other wild spread of arms 34i inches and his animals still in the woods There were weight 10 pounds With a short tliick some schools so called but no quali body his arms were so long and his fication was required of a teacher legs so short that by stooping forward beyond writing readin and a little his hands easily touched the cypherin to the Rule of Three If a ground Iu walking he always went straggler supposed to understand Latin on all fouls turning his toes under happened to sojourn in the neighbor Â¬ and placing the back of the fingers and hood he was looked upon as a wizanL the ball of the thumb on the grouud There was absolutely nothing to excite His gait was that of a man going on ambition fur an education crutches and he seemed quite out of But in the case of this ungainly boy his element on the ground but in there was no necessity for any external climbing his feats were wonderful incentive A thirst of knowledge as a He very soon learned to climb up means of rising in the world was in Â¬ his masters body to get a banana nate in him The schools were much placed on his shoulder and soon beÂ¬ alike They were held in deserted came fond of being held in his arms cabins of round logs as distinguished and when Mr Hornaday was tired of from the more aristocratic split logs holding him he grasped the folds of with earthen floors and small holes for his flannel shirt and hung on himself Avindows sometimes illuminated by as quite different from human babies of much light as could penetrate through the same age Next to eating seven or panes of paper greased with lard- - The eight bananas as fast as he could his teachers were usually in keeping with greatest delight seemed to be in lying their primitive surroundings His last in his masters lap sprawling out with school days were passed with one legs and arms and catching at every Swaney in 1826 who taught at a dis Â¬ thing within reach tance of four and a half miles from the The nine miles of Sometimes at dinner he would sudÂ¬ Lincoln cabin denly seize a roast fowl and have his walking doubtless seemed to Thomas teeth in it before he could be stopped Lincoln a waste of time and the lad like a spoiled child of three or four was put at steady work and saw no Golden Bays years Sometimes he watched his mas- Â¬ more of school 4 topmost ter eating squatted on the How to Overcome Fear round of his chair leaning forward and resting his chin on his owners Some timid boys are rrf1 too 0 shoulder For a long time he would liarsniy by tlieir companions nay bv eat nothing but bananas ami sugar-nearest relatives and even bv cane and Mr Hornaday was at his their own mothers Johnnys mother wits ends to teach him to eat boiled their kept it for years as an awful secret that rice which was necessary in traveling he a robust looking boy was afraid when they could not be sure of fruit of the dark She thought the trait Finally as he was watching over the something peculiar to that bo How shoulder one day he began to open relieved she was to discover that an- Â¬ his mouth every time he saw a spoon- Â¬ other mothers Tommy was afflicted ful of rice coining but was not allowed with the samii infirmity If die to have it Then he became very anx Â¬ gone extensively into the study had of ious for it and a little tantalizing set biography she would have found that him struggling to get it and after that several of the most illustrious men there was no difficulty about the rice who have ever lived wors mortally especially if mixed with a little milk afraid of the dark Then he learned to eat cooked meats Charles Lamb for example suffered vegetables canned fruit bread and to terribly As soon as the candle was drink tea and coffee in fact all hu Â¬ extinguished his misery bgan and he man food but was a teetotaler for he fell asleep sometimes onty- from the never would drink wine beer or spirits exhanstion of terror If he had to The old man soon grew fat and al pass through his bed rooni in the day so mischievous playing all sorts of time he turned his eyes awa- - from the tricks and antics and pretending to bed the scene of so much agony bite his n asters hand If some kind judicious friend or rel Â¬ Sometimes he would make the most ative had but known his infirmity he comical faces with his great broad might have India rubber lips by the half hour to- Â¬ and at last bern gradually relieved entirety enred If he had gether with the most curious contor Â¬ known that half the boys in the world tions of the limbs For some time he at some period of their boyhood are slept with his master not being ob-Â¬ afraid of the dark the bitter sting of jectionable as he was very clean but shame would have been taken from as he got fat he got into the habit of him snoring and sneoziig so that he had It is to be noted that good boys of to be put in other quarters Whenever it began to rain even if lively imagination are peculiarly liable to this kind of fear They are often he was a under roof the baby orang brave in meeting real dangers and if would invariably cover his head and body with loose straw or clothing and necessary they could fight well in self he never voluntarily went into any defense or in defense of a girl or of i water and could never be induced even boy weaker than themselves It is to try to swim Once while Mr Horna Â¬ against imaginary dangers that taetr day was in bathing the old man sat coiuage is wanting I used to be awfully afraid of the on the bank looking on and when he dark said a little girl of ten tlie other thought he was not noticed gradually climbed a tree beyond reach and would day And how did ou cure yourself of not come down Finally some natives it asked one of her friends reached the tree above him frightened Her answer was a wise one fee so him and he came bouncing down into Sfee saint oung a philosopher his masters anus As he got older he became more and Whenever I felt afraid I woId stand more anxious about meal hours and if still and say to myself There is noth not served at once he would throw him- Â¬ ing in this room except what tKere wa self down upon the floor kick and before dark Let us not overvalue the hull kind of scream and shriek exactly courage It has its value we mmt not like a spoiled child A switching-onlv-maundervalue it The courage of a TmiH him scream louder is good in a bull the cowrage amua He never took to strangers nor in Â¬ is quite anotner tnmg ine mmnn deed to any one but his master and hero protects defends and aioiifaj- - he whenever it thundered or a clog or dares do all that mar ofrne a mz other strange animal came about he who dares do or- - is none Towflt always hurried to take refuge in Mr CoinjtanioH Hornadays arms When nothing alarmed him aud his Our country is bifg than Chs master would lie down he amused We have 3002000 sraxe mtta am biuielf by pulling hit hair butting China hat nly 3000609 --- rude cabin seemed so spacions and com- Â¬ fortable sifter the squalor of - th camp that Thomas Lincoln did no further work on it for a long time He left it for a year or two without doors or windows or floor The battle ioc existence allowed him so time foe su- Â¬ perfluities like these He raised enough corn to life the dense forest arenad Ihr abounded in every form of feathered ganic a little way from his cabTn a open glade was full of deer licks and an hour or two of idle waiting was gen Â¬ erally rewarded by a shot at a fine deer which would furnish meat for a week and material for breeches er shoes His cabin was like that of other pioneers A few three legged stools a bedstead made of poles stuck between the logs in tho angle of the cabin the outside corner supported by a crotched stick driven into the ground the table huge hewed log standing on four legs a p ot kettle and skillet and a few tin and pewter dishes were all the furniÂ¬ ture The boy Abraham climbed at night to his bed of leaves in the loft by a ladder of wooden pins driven into the r sport - -- de ii - n au jriJa a- - jgy 3Safc i- - - sr7vs c C- - flUCER EVLATK 3f a- V- - njA i lp Hbsfc Me--fcri-e H 4rfiw mhL fc i0MMB tfaaF apoprtitrshpp ia tkis city Is K5clt sad costly ail the giittenag crystals domestic fsroiea the Watt of the insatiate oowkl-sigkior- dr an Mir iaaeceat bih r WT Theimmoeat Hta Tko Hae in search - V fctMtM jrw dazzled when saw sometkias so odd tliat about beiag dazzled and cttrkrug It was a num- faHM to mi Gxqmmte vasoe aad plates which reke a iato fragments ret csre- bMylm4hj tkeBMvee as if for pres- tfce ytdi TrajBtte MIwbK aBafBBaAl it for tke best wife in i mtm Ieaat ami the shopkeeper 43Tf Gwi ywa mead tlein asked the WJtt lklyL To put into colored win lew raageaeats I suppose I was h4Sg afetmt that in an art magazine tjk etiktr day Jf Frale- - yem keep them for then The shopkeeper was still ret- - Tfcer use them for mosaics in floors t they tell e and they work up hoamftfaMy It aeeds an artist to do it though for of course unless it is a success it is a most abject failure Even Whietler is sot ahore designing a moÂ¬ saic of scraps of rich colored ware Pre read So remarked the shopkeeper Ye replied the innocent man a Besides I hear Jtle erabarassed ot that some clever aesthetes have used thea ia dados instead of tiles and that if they are set in gray plastering they give a most striking effect with a wall ia distemper above Or they may be together with cement --Yes Good heavens man what are those scraps of decorated imbecility being Do you own a pri Â¬ saved for auywa vate insane asylum and arc you trying pt motfuaay hut you must here intro- dace a parrot and have it say Polly wants a fire cracker Give it to him lighted and remark They went off together never to return When you read in the paper of a rise in oil you must state that it is a refer- Â¬ ence to the tragedy of the servant who kindled the fire with kerosene going through the roof to take an airing be- Â¬ fore breakfast Read a tobacco paper lay it down andtate The five cent puffadora is the cheroot of all eviL That soit of thing is generally regarded as philosoÂ¬ phy worth- - of Seneca that dear old Indian Chief from Northern New York Then state as a geographical paraÂ¬ dox that Montpelier is a fragrant city although on the Onion while Cologne on the Khine outstretches Hunters1 Point Then j ou might say that Hunters1 Point ought to be Jockey clubbed You may also tell the world if you have on armor that the book keeper has an inkling of arithmetic and that perhaps Mrs Langtrys maker up sometimes paints the lily for the stage which is not such a ridiculous excess ss decorating a ball of head cheese with a silk hat Then you can oc-Â¬ casionally ask a conundrum such as How is it that the goose can hang high when it is all down Then you can rattle out a volley of such ob- Â¬ servations as The greatest Bass relief is a bottle of white label that a soft crab turneth away wrath and that the wages of sin is the police court line It is a very easy matter to write comic copy All youve got to do is to keep your eyes and cars open and travel about and your articles write themselves in your mind and all you have to do is to copy them out send them to your favorite paper fold up your arms like the Arabs and wait for the little check to come bounding along JR K Mmikillrick in Puck FASHIONABLE COLORS Finely Shaded Dress Goods fur Earlj Spring Walking and Afternoon Cos- Â¬ tumes HOME FARM AND GARDEN Prof Arnold says that permanent pastures and meadows are great insti- Â¬ tutions in tht eyes of lazy and dull men A common hoe straightened out by a blacksmith makes a cheap and excellent implement for chopping roots for stock The very best mulch for tender garden plants is forest leaves and quite independent of their value as a winter protection they are worth all the cost of gathering and drawing for their beneficial action on the soil Cincinnati Times Gruel Fill a spider half full of water stir in meal being sure not to get too much let it boil five minutes then pour in enough milk to nearly fill the spider let it boil fifteen min- Â¬ utes longer add sugar to taste and eat hot The Plowman Prof Forbes says that at least sev- Â¬ en typcr cent of the apples now de- Â¬ stroyed or injured b the coddling moth majT be saved to ripeniug by one or more sprayings with Paris green made in early spring while the fruit is not larger than a hazelnut Chicaao Journal For sudden hoarseness roast a lemon in the oven turning now and then that DeUeat WORSE THAN SMALL POX of either sex however induced promptly A boat containing fourteen persons has Daager Wklcb Keaacc as Ifru thoroughly and permaaeatly cured Seed been successfully worked on the Seine A Great 10 cents ia stamps for large illustrated suspicions Public with artilicial wings acting bn the air and Worlds Dispensary Medical As-Â¬ TheBrompton Hospital for consumptives treatise 663 propeled by a rotating wheeL Main St BiUtalo Ns Y reports that over fifty people sociation i London The German newspapers tell their read- out of every hundred consumptives aro It the opera singers fail to reach tee ers that France is ordering projectiles con- victims of constipated or inactive kidneys Consumption is one of our national dis- Â¬ high notes the man in the box oflce Mver taining a substance which makes blood report goes to prove does poisoning the result of any wound received eases and the above said in our columns what has often been from them during the last eight years that kidney Best easiest to use and cheapest Pisos Tnn census of France for 1S86 shows a troubles are not only the causo of mora Remedy for Catarrh By druggists 50c total population of 3821Sy03 against 37 than half of the cases of consumption but B204S in 18SL The population of Paris has of ninety out of every hundred other com- Â¬ The language the telephone speaks is increased only 75000000 against an in- mon diseases They who have taken this broken English Pittsburgh Chronicle position made their claims after elaliorate crease of 2SO000 recorded in 1831 investigation and their proof that they The Government of Norway has prohib- Â¬ have discovered a specific for the terrible ited the killing of the beaver in that coun- Â¬ and stealthy kidney diseases which havo try except during three months of the become so prevalent among us is wise and year Hitherto the animal has been de- Â¬ convincing is dasreoos u by dktintirn ewnpUfart We havea recently received from them a noelected It tendsw0 trnpaincg nirtntioa asd d If stroyed at all seasons on account of the inÂ¬ adver-Â¬ of jury it did to forests in taking trees for fresh supply havetheir wonderful medical profisinr tha tone ol tba ijrstea to prefws tbo mf lex Kapui lMcuna challenged the tising They Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FROM FOREIGN LANDS 59 I THC I 3KCMEDfinJL IrtMUHLI 1 nYSPEPSIA BROW oORESTQHEX I 0 said the shopkeeper just dis ottveriag that his customer wanted t kaow you know1 we sell those Theres a rase we imported straight Irom Persisu It was marked 60 See what a combination of colors Til sell it to 3ou now for 5 Or heres a plate li om Calais It came out of a curious old collection You can have it for 50 cents It cost us f 6 Bat what earthly good Ai nt you buying presents Sarely Well then lJlUt Are you going to pack them that is are you going to send them oat of the city by express Xo Tm not xo caat manage it then If you were yoh can see how easy it makes it Yoh bay an clegaut vase worth fifty dollars for a few cents have it careful- Â¬ ly packed send it to a dear friend who goes to his grave believing that yoa are the most generous of men and he the most unfortunate11 Do you actualh do that People come in here and ask for broken or cracked things to send away peojle with plenty of money too for naturally euough its only the people with money who know about all those delicate and rare wares or who could be expected to send them Do they look as if they hated them- Â¬ selves oueried the innocent man with a sigh O no returned the other they look as if they thought themselves re ma rkahly smart1 Do you love 3our fellow man jtked the innocent man growing curious again and still lingering Well not so much as 1 did before 1 went into the glass business11 Chi- Â¬ cago Tribune m TO A WOULD BE HUMORIST Th Sort of Fanny WrltinR Which Re Â¬ quires o Expenditure of IJraln Force Writing funny articles is the easiest tiling in the world Even when you havent any idea for an article it is easy It is not necessary to have an idea because you can find one at a moments notice I pick up a Deak Sik copy of Tuck at random The first thing that meets my eye is a picture representing a man and woman look-Â¬ ing at a unicorn This suggests to me the idea of call- Â¬ ing a certain vile liquor unicorn whisky on account of one horn being enough It also suggests that as this horn is plenty for the animal it adorns that we might speak of a unicornu eopia as being another horn of plenty and then write a story of i child roam Â¬ ing in a forest whose trees are laden with unipopcorn bdls I lay tliis aside for future use and open the dictionary at that part where the ohlc directory of the aneicuts occurs- The first thing 1 see is Cvclops Thou 1 close the book primed with an idea for a small two dollar joke Here Little Laura Oh aunty here is something about the Cyclops in the paper Do you know tvho the Cyclops are Aunt Abigail No I aint acquainted with em Guess theyre them folks that gets up the Cyclopiedias It IK Then I begin to get mad because comic writing is so easy I pick up a Natural History and open at the pict- Â¬ ure of a snail and an account of his slowness Here it is Chicago Times Brown I sc that according to natural his tory the sntil is the slowest animal in exist Wise Words About Women ence Dont you think the snail would be cc happy in Brooklyn If you wish to many suitably marry Smith Not at all the snail would be alto gether too lively for Brooklyn He would die of your equal Ovid tunni there tend a Matrimony Thi goes with the ordinary jckea on bargain Shakespeare cities and towns such as Delays are The wife safest and seemliest by her dangerous except in Philadelphia husband stays Hilton and -- you can always tell a Brooklyn We pardon infidelities but we do man by the dust on his hat and the not forget them Mine dc Lafayette ray shawl drawn tightly about his Wife and child those precious cars and clasped together in front motives those strong knots of love with bull frogs Shakespeare turtle Ifj ourcad an account of a allude Respect your wife Heap earth around that flower but never drop any dinner iu a newspaper you can to the turtle as having been shelled out iu the chalice Alfred de Mussct and sav he has a pretty firm grip on A woman set on any thing will walk man and that the terrapin is supplied right through the moral crockery with a pair of terra pincers and that without wincing Charles Dudley War-Â¬ the tortoise shell cut makes the favor- Â¬ ner ite turtle soup of the Chinese Then In the Lower Brule Agency in Da Â¬ when you allude to the Chinese dont church the Indians iorget to say that they understand kota chapels The have a membership church four their business to a T This will of reaches one hundred In which they coarse remind you that the Chinese pridet wake the fire cracker This in itself is take great Â¬ Soft shades of green will he much worn during the early spring and thjese tones should be even more popu- Â¬ lar than they are because of their al- Â¬ most universal becomingness Em-Â¬ broidered and beaded pattern robes of really beautiful designs and of the best materials are also offered at greatly re Â¬ duced prices Like the combination suitings these should be selected with much discretion many of them bearing too plainly the date of their manufact- Â¬ ure Those with embroidered bands that can be utilized as panels or edc trimming are more desirable than the robes with gored embroidered skirt fronts and vests as the bands are ca Â¬ pable of a variety of arrangements Small dull beads with chenille and silk threads are pretty and effective in em-Â¬ broidered dresses and the beads in combination with chenille and silk wear better than either of the mate- Â¬ rials alone Por young ladies appear some dainty embroidered dress pat-Â¬ terns of creamy camelette the machine embroidery being in wool in regular patterns in shades of blue and red These are designed for simple evening gowns and make up with very good effect the material being soft and well adapted to draping The soft cash- Â¬ mere robes in delicate tints with silk embroideries are of course much more expensive the difference in price being much greater than the difference in effect Foulard pongee and Sicilienne silks which make up into charming after- Â¬ noon dresses and tea gowns are seen in very soft and pretty shades Fou- Â¬ lards in pongee tones strewn with small dark figures combine well with plain dark surah silks and are very inexpensive In a tea gown the front should be made of the plain silk and the body of the dress of the foulard the most effective garniture consists of deep cream or ecru lace ruffles Sicilienne combining black and red and black and white in narrow stripes is among the prettiest of the materials for afternoon wear and combines effectively with either silk or avooI of a plain color Black silks with satin finish known under various names and the several varieties of faille together with the gros grain and surah silks are always in demand and are more than usuany so now among fashionable peo Â¬ ple There is a variety of garniture permissible including lace cord and ribbon trimmings and passementeries in endless designs Plain black surah is especially popular with 3oung ladies and models are shown suitable for various Bright colored occasions ribbon bows and chemisettes to corre- Â¬ spond are usually worn with thee dresses particularly in the evening at theater and concert and add much to their becomingness affording as well something of a variety The colors include bright car- Â¬ fashionable dinal pale blue rose pink and a soft light shade of olive green Plaid and striped velvets that appeared earlier in the season as high novelties and com Â¬ manded exorbitant prices are included anions the materials offered at great reductions and if designed for imme- Â¬ diate wear are perhaps desirable but it is not probable that they will meet with approval many months hence Cor all sides may be equally cooked It should not crack or burst but be sof t all through Take the lemon while very hot cut a piece from the top fill it with as much sugar as it will hold and eat on going to beck Exchange Lilly of the Aalley iu the open garÂ¬ den or in slight shade is a hardy plant that blooms without especial attention The only requirement is the health of the plants It sometimes occurs that young plants in quite rich soil make a strong growth for a year or two with- Â¬ out blooming but it is only because of their rank growth and afterward they will be found to bloom annually Apple Cream Peel core ami cut up two pounds of apples and boil them till quite soft in one quart of water rub them through a sieve mix one pound of sugar with the strained juice of two lemons dissolve three ounces of red gelatine in a little water over a quick fire stir the gelatine and lemon juice in the apples and mix well to- Â¬ gether pour the mixture into a mold and leave it for some hours then plunge the mold into boiling water and turn the cream into a glass dish Good Serve with whipped cream ITousekccp ing Cup pudding is something for des Â¬ sert which never fails to please the younger members of the family Make a batter as if for waffles To one pint of milk allow two eggs and enough flour to thicken One tcaspoonful of baking powder should be stirred into the flour Fill a sufficient number of tea cups with this and with fruit if you wish currants and raisins in layers Then set the cups in a steamer and let the water boil underneath for a full hour serve while hot with a sugar and butter sauce or cream Jam or chopped apples can be used in place of currants and raisins Detroit Tribune TREES ALONG ROADS A Suggestion Which Merits Consideration by Farmers Kvcrywhore building it3 huts Oxe of the best known menagerie proprietors in the neighborhood of Paris has a lion styled the Cashier Every evening he puts his receipts for tho day into a leather bag which he deposits in the mill die of the lions cage Nobody Jias ventured to meddle with it so far Miss Matieoa Johnson has recently died in London one hundred and sixteen years old Eighty nine yoars ago her intended husband died suddenly and she made a will giving her entire fortune to the Milita Hospital and directing that Love Killed Her should be engraved on her tomb- Â¬ stone The coast of Norway is sinking gradu- Â¬ ally while that of Sweden is emerging more and more and the Baltic is becoming shallower Landmarks made on the Swedish coast by the celebrated naturalist Linuaius at the beginning of the eighteenth century show that this upheaval raises that coast about four feet in the course of a century The Berlin JJoncn CourUr says apropos of an offer of a German house to engage a trained velocipede traveler to make a tour of the leading German sugar refineries and machine works that the represent- Â¬ atives of a prominent Berlin firm has com- Â¬ pletely renounced railroad traveling and calls on his customers evcu those of Switz- Â¬ erland exclusively on the bicycle Ox the Transcaspian railroad in Russia it is claimed that a saving of eight hundred dollars per mile is effected by the use of mineral wax or ozokerite for ties When purified melted and mixed with limestone and gravel the ozokerite which is abuu dant in the vicinity of the railroad produces a very good asphalt This is pressed into shape in boxes and ives tics which retain their form and bar iss even in the hottest weather R EL I G lOUS REFLECT IONS Specteks rule where there is no God Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JTovalis The record of Mr Spurgcons Tabernacle shows that ho has received into his church from tho world 10b09 members Those that can look with dry and undis pleased eyes on auothers sin never truly mourned for their own Uhhop Hale Ir our bad unspoken thoughts are regis tered against us and are written in the awful account will not the good thoughts unspoken the love and tenderness the pity beauty charity which pass through the breast and cause the heart to throb with silent good find a remembrance toot Â¬ Computing public roads on all the section lines that is around each sec- Â¬ tion a single township of 36 square miles would contain 72 miles of road- Â¬ way which at the usual width 1 rods would give an area of 576 acres al- Â¬ most an entire section In one State say 50000 square miles or 1400 town- Â¬ ships this would form a grand aggre-Â¬ gate of 806400 acres the number of miles of roadway being 100800 If set every 1GX feet along each side of this roadway 64512000 trees could be grown enough to furnish the whole State with nuts and fruits and a big But surplus for export besides the boys would steal them all But Yes another of my oversights we would have a good healthy lot of boys for awhile unless they picked them too green m which case what a state of colic there would be Seri Â¬ ously though it seems a pit to have such an enormous frontage of land lv ing bleak bare and uninviting when it could be made so pleasant beautiful and productive All thee roadways have a strip of land on each side next the fences or line of roadway in ab- Â¬ sence offences that is worse than use Â¬ less Upon it congregate and grow undisturbed all those noxious weeds and plants dreaded and fought against by the farmer The are constantly disseminating their prolific species along the adjacent farms Occasional spasmodic warfare is made against them but in the main the enjoy un- Â¬ disputed sway Now why not make it the duty of the road overseer in each road district to apply a portion of the delinquent road tax and a portion of the labor at his disposal to the jlanting and main Â¬ tenance of trees along the roadway It is too frequently the custom for men and bo s to turn out and make a sort of play day when called to work out their road tax The road overseers usually wink at this because tncy like a little holiday themselves and it is no money out of their pocket anyway Xow by exacting good faithful labor from every tax payer to the amount of his tax this work of improvement can be accomplished without detriment to the road interests proper This is a subject well worth our consideration W A Boynton in Prairie Farm Thackeray Dn B Manlev tells of a good sister who expended three hundred dollars in ed ucating a young minister through whoso labors in a year or two three hundred sohIs professed conversion and he is gath ering in more almost every day The dear old sister smiles and cries both as she talks about how glad she is that she put her money into a young preacher and not into a bank lilchmohd Jicliqious Herald Tun Bible is the treasure of the poor tho solace of the rich and the support of the dying and while other books may amuse and instruct us in a leisure hour it is the peculiar triumph of tho Bible to create light in the midst of darkness to alleviate Jumping at a conclusion a dog trying to the sorrow which admits of no other allevi- Â¬ catch his own tail Xew Haven Xews ation to direct a beam of hope to the heart which no other topic of consolation can A xatukal color that defies detection is reach while guilt despair and death van- Â¬ produced by Buckinghams Dye for the Whiskers ish at the touch of its holy inspiration Leading physicians testify to the value of Robert Hall Ayers Cherry Pectoral as a specific for I will tell you a good proverb I wish colds you would always remember it God has TnE New York hand organ men have a given us eyelids as well as eyes Do you union Sort of a What are eye lids for were Xew Haven grinding monopoly as it understand it Aeics Not to see Your eyes are to see with Your ejelids not to see Bemember there Tears Teacli More Than Books are a great many things in life bad things Among other valuable lessons imparted and God has given us eyelids that we by this teacher is the fact that for a very may not see them as well as eyes to look long time Dr Pierces Golden Medical at the good things Use your eyelids Do Discovery has been the prince of liver not see the bad things Do not see them correctives and blood purifiers being the household physician of the poor man and Jiev VaugJian the able consulting physician to the rich Let us never suppose that God cares only patient and praised by all for its magnifi- Â¬ for the soul and not also for the body cent service and efficacy in all diseases of a that the temporal needs of His redeemed chronic nature as malarial poisoning ail- Â¬ people are a matter of indifference to Him ments of the respiratory and digestive sjs disease and in all that the maintenance of a laboring man tcms liveran alterative remedycases where the use of is indicated can be beneath His notice who sent His own Son to work as a carpenter or that a The last place to look any little childs happiness is uncared lor by the place where you find forBostonthing is Herald it that Eternal Father who has looked on His Christ as a helpless infant slumbering m a Tho rubllc Interested God cares for human mothers arms When manufacturers of an article are every thing that can affect His people asking the public to consume their wares llev A W Thorold it is indeed refreshing to know that they m are reliably endorsed as illustrated by the Â¬ A leadixo phj sician has made tho start- united endorsement of Dr Barters Iron ling revelation that six thousand people Tonic and Liver Pills by the druggists of 1 rofession and science to investigate hey have investigated and those who are frank have admitted the truth of their They claim that ninety statements per cent of diseases come originally fromÂ¬ inactive kidneys that these inactive kidneys allow the blood to become filled with uric acid poison that this uric acid poison in the blood carries disease through every organ There is enough uric acid developed m the system within twenty four hours to kill half a dozen men This being a scientific fact it Tcquirea onlv ordinary wisdom to seo tho effect in- Â¬ active kidneys must have upon the system If this poison is not removed it ruins every organ If the bowels stomach or liver become inactive we know it at once but other organs help them out If the kidÂ¬ neys become constipated and dormant the warning comes later on and often when it is too late because the effects are remote from the kidneys and those organs are not suspected to be out of order Organs that are weak and diseased are unable to resist the attacks of this poison and the diseaso often takes the form of and is treated as a local affliction when in re- Â¬ ality tho real cause of tho trouble was in- Â¬ active kidneys Too many medical men of the present day hold what was a fact twenty years ago that kidney disease is incurable according to tho medicines authorized by their code Hence they ignore the original causo of dis- Â¬ ease itself and give their attention to useless treating of local effects They doso tho patient with quinine mor-or with salts and other physics oping that thus nature may cure the dis-Â¬ ease while the kidncjS continue to waste away with inflammation ulceration and decay and the victim eventually perishes The same quantity of blood that passes through the heart passes through the kidneys If the kidneys are diseased the blood soaks up this disease and takes it all through the system Hence it is that tho claim is made that Warners safe cure tho only known specific for kidney diseases cures 90 per cent of human ailments be- Â¬ cause it and it alone is able to maintain the natural activity of the kidneys and to neu- Â¬ tralize and remove the uric acid or kidney poison as fast as it is formed If this acid is not removed there is in- Â¬ activity of the kidneys and there will be produced in the system paralysis apo- Â¬ plexy dyspepsia consumption heart-diseas- e head aches rheumatism pneumonia impotency and all tho nameless diseases of delicate women If tho poisonous mat-Â¬ ter is separated from the blood as fast as it is formed these diseases in a majority of cases would not exist It only requires a particle of small pox virus to produce that vile disease and the poisonous matter from tho kidneys pass- Â¬ ing all through tho system and becoming longed at different weak points is equally destructive although more disguised If it wero possible for us to see into tho kidneys and how quickly the blood pass- Â¬ ing through them goes to the heart and lungs and other parts of tho system carry-Â¬ ing this deadly virus with it all would be- Â¬ lieve without hesitation what has so often been stated in advertisements ia these col- Â¬ umns that the kidneys are the most im-Â¬ portant organs in the body They may regard this article as an adver- Â¬ tisement and refuse to believe it but that is a matter over which we have no control Careful investigation and science itself aro proving beyond a doubt that this organ is in fact more important than any other in the system as a health regulator and as such should be closely watched for the least sign of disordered action Hill e I Bh P Quickly and completely Tfllo eTerAl jT rW l JEM 1 TCK I ITCHING PILES IB JKA S TIEBJtEAT O Ci sS J2 Szt 21 3W DelQa 22 i Ul 4t MM kl PjL jPJfoi3tiiretlctciialtcly T BUnaaKtatBlt A nVKIiJIHf iCit llf Rv HLlFb 1 BEST TONIC Mrs a f Ill S l J JxrbrfccratlvdtotteaBfesJ allowed to continue tumors forwlwr5lShorten bleed and nlccrcue TaccnuB nty ini J31 SWAYSES OINTMENT yfll SlopsitcMaKTaIcdteIeaU 5 ffB nhlVNs ulceration and i many AJMmirV ffllHI cases remove LrllV tia TH0LCSTWEDftfNSa30LIgYatJiQlirj its forma Heartburn Belchiact TutiBSTthe Food etc It ooxichns and purifies the bloodrtuaa latea tho appetite and aids too assiadtioa of feed Cnrw Dyspraxia in sB ars afflicted wttk I was in digestion thatlcouldeatnothinewithoatdistresa Browns Iron Bitters has completely cured jbo Geuuina has abore Trade Mark and eroesed rrd Uses on wrapper Take no other Made only by BROira C1IEJ1ICAI COBA17rrMOREMn MhWjiM Plaster 1114 Underhfll StLora Kr says I was troubled with I7sppe fT years Wu not relicred until I used Browas Iron Bitters It cured mo Mm Ctrub W Shaft Justice of ths Peaca go soroly Areola Ind What Schools Have better muic than thoM sterling good ttotsse the School Music Books or Ditson Co Carefully compiled attractive musical and popular they arc the ones to cbooea the ucxt time a ciumgu is needed Please eTtm la- FOR THE LITTLE OMES Chime SI tsacbarminsboolt Kladcrsr rtea games and lull infractions for with songs plays teachers sow book a ia Frrh Ftew dos is a nice picture eraCSctsSlJGpur doz1 thfcj t harm fccxe music Only Am- - Schoel 3alcJCeJMtr Boole 1 35cts SitiO per doz first boot io- - hntrakg notes FOB COHtfO SCHOOLS emafat-IUtIcSJert3ct3-Jiip- er Tor Good Purposes Mrs 31 A Dauphin of Philadelphia is well known to the ladies of that city from the great good she has done by means of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound She writes Mrs Pinkham of a recent interesting case UA young married lady came to mo suffering with a severe case of Prolapsus and Ulceration She commenced taking the Compound and in two months was fully restored In proof of this sho soon found herself in an interesting condition Influenced by foolish friends she attempted ls We can recommend nothing better than the favor Â¬ ite Sons Uell SOct JIJO per dez for i general collection and for learning the note Book I Hi by ctsJandIJooc2aCts or the Xta Irving Kmercon and O- - 3 Brown An- eminently practical book by practical school music teacben 8f - 1 FOR THE HIGHER SGH9QLS to evade tho responsibilities of maternity 8onrGreettBseQctsStprdozJ isthenowe containing a of best After ten or twelve days sho camo to me and gleesbook excellent taste large numberand son solfeggios and in t4c again and sho was indeed in a most alarm Â¬ exercises ing state and suffered terribly I gave her Please send for full lists and descriptions lny book mailed Jor retail price a table spoonful of tho compound every CO OLIVER DITS0N B0STOM hour for eight hours until sho fell asleep sho awoko much relieved and evidently n DnsON Co ST BroadTrayXcir Tortc C better Sho continued taking the Com Â¬ JST pound and in due season sho became the Th 6rat Nurssr7 of mother of a fine healthy boy But for the timely use of the medicino she believes her PERGHERQN life would have been lost 200 Imported Brood Saies Yoar DragLt has the Compound 1 per bo t tip Ox CiioicessF5UEili3 W HORSES mmKffwfl PfeSN L1SGE N OUCKKS All Ages both Seiw IN STOCK PWlMSTER HIGHEST AWARDS OF MEDALS Tho neatest quickest safest and most powerful rem Â¬ edy known for Rheumatism Ileurisy Neuralgia Lcm bapo Backcehe Weakness cod ia the cheaSandaU aches and pain KnloreC jy 5000 Physician and Druff cists of tho highest repute Bensons Plasters prompt- Â¬ ly relieTe and cure where other plasters and greasy salve liniments and lotions aro absolutely useless Beware of imitations under rimilar sounding names Cap jiclne as they such as Capsicum M Capucin are utterly worthless and intended to deceive AskroK BrSSOVS AND TAKE NO OTHERS All drUKjrfstS faw York SKABUltV S JOIUCSON Proprietor SVFIHkBiiBKaiHfJK E COCKLES ANTI BILIOUS THE GSEAT ENGLISH BEMEDY For Liver BUo Indigestion etc Fre from Mercury contains only Puro Vejretablo Ingredients Agent C1IAS 2f CRITTEXTOX XEW YOKX from Frsnceall recorded with extended pedigree In flw Fercheron Stud Books The Pcrcbcnin Is tho only draft breed oC Pracce iossessini a stud book that- has u support and endorsement of th- French Government Bend for 12Q jajo Catalogue illustrations hy JUa 300 to 400 IITIFOIITED XXXUAJLTY oaicttr- - Wayne DuPagcCo MWDUHHAM Illinois THS OSLI flUI Marvellous Memory denng Any boot learned in one reading Heavy rc ductionsfor postal clashes Prospectus with opin Â¬ ions of Mr Proctor the Astronomer lions W W Astor JcDxn P BS5JASI1X Drs ilison Wood and others sent post tree by DISCOVERY Wholly unlike Artilicial Systems Cure of Mind Wan PROP lOISETTE Mevr Toxic TONIC TONIC IRON J 237 Fifth Avenue WESTERLY GRANITE Cfl Office 10 West 23rd Sireet New York City Contractors for all kind of Bulldintr and Monu mental work in Genuine Weterly and other high Erade Granites Direct imiorters of Polished I ol umns Pilasters and Monuments in the Celebrated MvotcL Ited Crnnlte Estimates promptly furnished K-- L QUARRIES AND WORKS WESTERLY PETERHEAi Scotland Will ptirifr th BLOOO recaat tbo LIVER and KIDMEY9 aa4 ItZSTOKK tha HEALTHwuiTl OS or TOUXH LrpepJaWaal MAppeaio jnriictioBOacsoi Strength and Tired Foe line ab oolatelj cured isone mu do and nivea rcerea aett fores Enlivens tha mind and suBPlies Brain Poww l Gives thj complexion Frequent attempts at eonnterfevV ins only add to tho popnlarHj of the original E aoc experiment get tha OaiacrAIaXO BZSX V Dr HARTERS LIVER PILLS LADIES rT8ikfion4 a a sate and speedrcure aad Samplo and Dream Books I Headache receipt o tDose cecta ta postage two lmatled oa THE DRHARTER MEDICINE COMPANY St Louis Ma i Carts ConstlpaUoiuXdvex Cciaptetat 3ic Sf rm Halls Balsam for the Xuhs cares couch coid pneumonia asthma whooplnr cough and all diseases of tho Throat Chest and PENNYROYAL mostly children die yearly in this country from the effects of cough mixtures contain- Â¬ ing morphia or opium Red Star Cough Cure contains neither opiates nor poisons purely vegetable March 1SS2 Rev L N St Ongc P P Indian Missionary Glens Falls N Y wrote A single application of St Jacobs October Oil relieved me of rheumatism 29 1SS0 ho writes again It cured me then TEAcnEn What number is quarrel BeT Why P Pupil Plural Boston cause it takes two to make one -- St Paul Luns leading to Consumption PILLS No MATTEP how stubborn a man be in life his heirs are very apt to break his will Tixas ii iftings Co Price 23c andlLTO Illuminated books furnished free John F IlEXRT Co New York SGc The Chicago Burlington Quincy R R 1 MM V tFSEITD Publication with Mbm has published a Pronouncing Diction- Â¬ IfAlllv deeriblnrMIESOT ary containing 320 pages 33000 words and Iff NA NOUTU DAKOTA MONTA070 engravings It teaches every body how IDAHO VASlHGTOX and MEXICAN I WAR he Free Government Land to pronounce corrcctlv Send sixteen cents and Low I rice Itnllroad Land la th THEIR WIDOWS ME ISO in stamps to Paul Morton G P and T A PaelBe Conntrv- - THE BEST Q R R Chicago 111 and get a CB AGRICULTURAL CRAZING and TIM- Â¬ copy or tne Dictionary the cheapest book BER LANDS W OPEN TO SETTLEIM FOR Lm CHICHESTERS ENGLISH The Original and Only-- GeaHlne L- Always Reliable Beware of wrlMc Imitation die ask your DragzUt forChIcater EaxBa and take no other or Inclose r rstamps ton for parÂ¬ Naxk Pares ticulars in letter bv return mail CMCIIEVTEIi CIIEMICIX fWPAV 2CIS Madison tuHre PhllailHpnla Pa Sold by rnizilt everywhere Aslr for Calekes ter EBft iiaPcnajroTalPUI TakeuooUier SOLDIERS KOW 1 Â¬ issued Dut MAILED FJCEE lieecon There are a good many ps Burlington Free Press not half so many as there are in coffee in pepper xA3saoBO jr CHAS SB P K K ST PAUL MIHH Land Com N Addreiw W -- Tkuke are some people who alway marry for money that is unless the bride- Â¬ groom forgets the fee Boston Post We kin git a heap ol information from a animal Nobody never see a dorg tryin tor chaw two bones ter onct Judge Mer Â¬ The most popular trade nark chant Traveler A koakd bill A Total Kclipse of all other medicines by Dr R V Pierces Golden Medical Discover is approach- Â¬ ing Unrivaled in bilious disorders impure blood and consumption which is scrofulous disease of tho lungs On tho toboggan it is gravity that pro duces the levity Springjicld Union JONES PAYStheFREICHT 5 Toa IVaucaa Scales atenuea thU Iron Leven Str I Bcarin Brua Tare Beaa and Brim Kax for WASHINGTON C Penlon and Bounty secured for Soldfcrr of last war and their Hlrs Pension Ineread Rejected case reopened Fre advice promptly given Ztlin PENSION Antrum fa 311113 Tl TUCKEH EVANS PO Bx53 aP XreryIie JQRES 6F BiRQHAMTaN BINUUAirlTON N S60 frr Scale For fre pHev fitt asd adizn KC r TtAKSaadMilbr allrarKUta TKIAX Cmui Sa4farPr racaagi aaLIlX IT T POPIIAMS ASTXXA HPZCIPIO tire promptalpitlTrettMBWTye and CISES all IIK1DLK raan aad acrrcable to oa KitaMithe t TXXXTt 1 DOraykthz ASTHMA Toenxu a co PHILADELPHIA PA Puck the carpenters statement FRENCHDEG0RAT1YE ART DESIGNS New method of dcciratlnsc Silks Satins Vaaet Flamics Lampshades etc Can not be detected from hand patntlnp Easily applied Send for price list and full direction nOFFMANXBKOS A howling swell an ulcerated tooth Burlington Free Prats with Hales Honev of Horehound and Tar Pik3s Toothache Drops Cure in one minute AzuRE eyed women Ihe Grip of Pneumonia may bo warded oft are said to be amia- Â¬ Azure eyes are so will your temper Â¬ world-withou- Improvement of Poultry C Browns Bronchial Troches are ex-Â¬ A paklo n suit courting in the front cellent for the relief of Hoarseness or Sore UflUC STUDY Book kccplnjr Business room Boston Post nil HI C Form Penmanship Arithmetic bhort Throat They are exceedingly effective hand etc thorouchly tauftht by mail Circulars free B CHIN EMS COLLEGE BatTalo N f Why is a nail fast in the wall like an old Jaw giana is a Rood name for a talkative you will find Jnst whatyou want by ad man It is infirm X Y Herald AGENTS Ins talmentDesIersSupply Co Erie Pa girl Pittsburgh Chronicle The feather sellers goods are always marked down Poultry World m When time hangs up its scythe therell be no mower ble be P 1 imht 18G Mule Street Cincinnati Oble F WiTsooa Patent cent mors made ia lceeplnrMT Officers pay bounty pro- - Irv Also POWER MILLS aad FAKX ENSIONS FEED MILXS Circulars and TeUlmoaiaJn WTJLSOX JJXOJaatBPaw on application 21 years practice Success or no fee Write for circulars and new law A iV McCok mick Son Cincinnati O Washington D CU3ES WHCHE Ml HS WLS- BestCoasb Syrup Tartes good tTe or in tirna sour y uruvzisw SB I M GRIND in the eMr WH GRAHAM Tlour and Oway J30fVJgXMrTjXj S Â¬ -- ad produced on the farm from year to year tends to reduce the size strength of muscle and general stamina In the hands of the expert who is trying to establish a strain or characteristic close in breeding serves a good pur- Â¬ pose but it has so many dangers that for all common practice it should be A setting of eggs carefully avoided can be cheaply secured from some one who keeps the same breed as your own and enough cockerels raised to furnish all needed the next year Or cockerels can be bought care being taken to se- Â¬ lect such stock as are hardy as well as suitable in other respects Prairie The introduction of fresh blood into the Honest merchant is a plain dealer a car-Â¬ stock of fowls kept on the farm is quite penter is a plainer as beneficial in its wa as it is in the I notice that a egotist is alius soino other swine herd Keeping the best cockerels fellow The Judge Heresy does not do half the mischief that hcarsaj- - doe3 Lowell Citizen Theks many a man as has got a college education that goes through life without nndin out how ter invest it The Judge A watch has been invented to carry in your boot while traveling This keeping time with the feet was always objected to Yonker Statesman OR ANYTHING IN TUB NURSERY LUCE withotit first writing our valuable FREE Catalogue the 2 LARGE GREENHOUSES BEST wo ever issued containing the Barest ITerr and I 33d YEAR 700 ACRES 1 09V roses cccnc punts PEE UP GRAPE VINES PAIKSYHLE OHIO ua ennJoyinent i Salary 915 month Jars9 comrafcoioa on sales it prefrrred GoedartifMb SrtASDAED SUVEBVTA8E CO BUSTOJT i prepaid one pair any size jLADtaa nV Ww profltabl ijl wcnAiii V 11T av aa county 9M 1 1 1 fc ml Tm 1 it ivuirrproestMuTnMtiw la ewty to or per aad a lRTnpwrvHM ay FRUIT70RNAMENTALTREES 4c and Wholesale Boot aad shoe U K CCstom Xid Fine yit look gaitekh goat Brrrov Kestcckt for wear veJl Addre IXSAXLS A Ct Dealers JLouuruxE Ky- - lllll mAILj on Choicest Old THE STORRS HARRISON CO 1Vboeslesnd retaUprfce ltetns HAIR wheir-Strchi C I73WabaaavChifg BU WizBnE9andvVaTWeatC - OBapy 5 TOO TO SS A BAY Samples rtfc1 c FREE Lines not under the horses teec TTrtW HtJUES varaa2Hrife BRCTSXWC SAFITT HI too late to mend but a man can not exnect to have a button sewed on much after midnight X 0 Picayune m It is never Why did the Women of this country use over thirteen million cakes of Gambles Lenox Soap in 1886 Procter Buy a cake of Lenox and you will soon understand why iitAi Unloz stamp ALliX LESLIK WaaaiagW BHagfe FAKMS for Sale SLW Ind horns MMr uaja rifv mil Pun ntv TCI Xurnftlwd CDiiUVlteH AATWt FARMS AJfJC B W4- rTrfteYAixrixx rw jasa ttlveci Vs ht QtTCtMM Colony Hl4tratdCireSBvrr7M tJ F MA MV A mustard plaster is very sympathetic When it cant do any thing else for you it draws your attention Burlington Frte ia T8 AgVERTJWaa PligiVg saw ta AdvarMaW hi afcfe WHEN WRITING Fanner Pren ttcte that J yaaar a wr SP taiata - a S - AySaaatiS jfiaiiaTSiA Ji - tt c-i - -- 5 r- 1 S 3 i W msx KmAW V tires of Kentucky and to appoint dele Â¬ gates to Legislative Convention should ooe be called W W Cox Wa3 chosen se chairman and T J Henry secretary Resolutions endorsing the time and place of iolding the Senatorial Conven- Â¬ tion jand recommending Hon R M Pie ratt of Ezel Morgan county as their choice and pledging him their support were adopted A large number of lead ing Democrats were appointed as dele Â¬ gates The same convention commended W M Kendall for Representative and also pledged the support of the Democrata of Morgan county Â¬ Hon James H Mulligan j Better Watch Him O0OFJS EbTK T HAZCtCIICCN EH 49m KY 1A3tCH M 1887 OTJU AGENTS ifit apl Iwwwit fl ct as f- - IWirig peraoae H s4odpti4Mia fjpom the isve congested for The Hexalv and llWilX- - A JL Byrd liar- - W Toefc LykMw Caney GiHs Capton J 1V - t-- T P Garr mL ACmbs Cernwell W 3 GtronPoraroyton LJL VaaaredelLPxenchburg lmcttt J C M Day Prozen Creek toJLUiranted at tJUB THEffEWS KENTUCKY KNOWLEDGE r 4m Write as for terms Spexcex Cooper Publisher j Ij xtagins uxgmsvme Jere Combs Ned 0 X H Silly Lost Creet all postoffices in Colr AW Hamilton of Montgomery ha declined to make the race for Lieutenant-Governor t 5 jofc Mttl OF WEST LIBERTY ANNOUNCEMENTS FO UEOTEXANT GOYERNOE fr Tkkty fesrth We are authorized to announce Hon R X Piaratt sf Zzel Morgan county as a the State Senate from this the r ia1r b 3aeratic party District subject to action of WANTED Apractical printer or live traveling man to purchase a naif interest in The Herald office The right man with a few hundred dol lars cash can secure an open ing that will help him to a for tune Eastern Kentucky is now on the boom and Hazel xreen will be one of the first Jowns to feel it Address Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The prospect for good wheat ind fruit crops in the west end of Boyle coun- Â¬ ty is said to be excellent More thaifone half of last years tobacco crop in Gallatin county is still in the hands of the farmers The Louisville Times reports heavy sales of tobacco in that market last week but without advance in prices Diphteria and measles in their mo3t violent form have been raging at Au- Â¬ gusta Ky for several weeks and many new cases are reported Kaelin the Louisville condemned to be hung on his first trial was on his second given a life sen- Â¬ tence in the penitentiary The Advocate says that a Danville man has invested in 8000 acres of land in Breathitt countv on which he has been offered a profit of 12000 Three mothers of Ballard county gave birth recently to eight babies in one week all of whom are alive and healthy Two had triplets and the other twins Â¬ wife-murder- er I t w T I f Ife spited Nearly one hundred negroes from Albemarle Va took the boat at Ashland the other day for the vicinity of Newport where they will be employed on the Maysville Big Sandy Bailroad Spencer Coopeb Aunt Fannie Adams an aged lady J90or friends of the Press will con living on to sc a favor hy mating a note of above fall from Licking a had the misfortunedisa chair few days ago and located her left shoulder She is doing The election of Col L T as well as could bo expected West Lib Â¬ Hazelrigg to the office of Lieu Â¬ erty Gem Kentucky is waking lethartenant Governor will greatly gic sleep and stirring infrom hersection every enhance our chances for rail- Â¬ From nearly every county in the State roads and a speedy develop- come reports of new enterprises rail- Â¬ roads factories and mentfor him for Ashland Republican land investments Governor because webelieved An enterprising gentleman of this by Eastern capital will behe possessed more ability than city abacked wnile fore great any man named We still ning estalishment start here a large can Â¬ which will turn out so but he declined to annually over two million cans of corn think run and fate marked him for and tomatoesof Lexington Press A Cure for Consumption Crowds people are going daily to second place Our ardor in see the midget girl baby that has been Dr T N McLaughlin physician-in-chie- f of the Philadelpha his behalf has in no wise cool- Â¬ born to the wife of Joseph Ockerman ly presented a report ofhospital recent- Â¬ the success of is seven days old ed and we shall labor to make near this city It four ounces with a the treatment adopted about a month ago weighs only twenty for him presiding officer of the head not as large as a hen egg The frompatients in the institution suffering consumption He said so far child is an indigo blue and is covered next State Senate conscien- Â¬ with short black hair from head to foot the success Of the treatment that almost was tiously believing him to be Carlisle Mercurj marvelous and in the cases which agreed to the The Court of Appeals has recently er submit toused methods adopted no othihe best man for the position has been Dr decision of local interest in yet offered We have there-Â¬ renderedtoa the trial of all misdemeanor obtained the idea from McLaughlin first a paper read beregard fore the College of Science at a recent fore planted his name at the oflenses by town authorities The Court meeting in Paris Professors head of our columns in very decided that the trial and conviction of in the Universityby one of the It was reof Lyons any party violating any town ordinance plain type and expect to keep was not a bar to his indictment and pun- commended so highly and had shown surprising there until he is installed ishment by the Circuit Court That Where suchMcLaughlin results in France inthat Dr decided to test it the a person violated both the town law and In the office hospital He explained the treatment to the State law he was guilty of two offen- Â¬ the patients wheii thirty of them agreed ses and could be punished for both to submit to the operation To these pa- The West Liberty Gem is Franklin Favorite tientswho were considered to be suffering from the last stages of consumption two MagofTln Democracy now edited and published by acid Barnes Col Ha At a Democratic meeting held in the rectal injections of carbonicby thegas preMr pared by the process given French Court house in xelrigg having entered upon of March 1887 Sayersville on the 19th physician were given each day all the purpose of apbeing abandoned paan active canvass for the Lieu pointing delegatesfor attend the Senato- other medicinebegan to show signs The im- Â¬Â¬ tients atjonce of to tenant Governorship has no rial Covention to be held at Campton on provement The night sweats ceased as if by magic the time to devote to his paper the 1st of April The object of the from which they almost constant pains suffered vanished the meeting being explained D D Sublett execretions of the body were regular and was selected as chairman and J W Pow- became natural and the appetite returnHIS NAME IS HAZELRIGG ed The sick rrow brighter and stronger er secretary The U tke Orr Shall bo Harelrlsgr and were offered and following resolutions each day and since the beginning of the unanimously adopted treatment one of the number has gained Kelp for Eastern Kentucky r Eesolved That the delegates hereinaf-Â¬ twelve pounds in weight and others have Our esteemed cotemporary the Mt ter appointed to attend the Â¬ Sterling Gazette very truthfully says vention on the 1st of AprilCampton con- gained from three to five pounds in the be and same time How far the improvement next Tie Uestenant Governor can aid very they are hereby instructed to ca9t the will continue under the treatment can materially in building a railroad through vote of Magoffin county for Hon E M not yet be judged but the results have But sin Kentucky or destroy our pros Pieratt and that Augustus Arnett John been so satisfctory that Dr McLaughlin Franklin Lark Howard B W yccta entirely He appoints the commit H CHoward Geo B GardnerHiggins has abandoned all other remedies in the A H treatment of patients who induced Im m the Senate to which all matters Howard D D Sublett John M Power to submit to the operation can be he is so and pertaiaisg to railroads are referred and ana an omcr good democrats who may agreeably surprised at the results that he ia this committee room the fate of a attend said convention are hereby ap- feels almost ready to say that a cure for railroad charter in a great measure is de pointed delegates to said convention im- Â¬ consumption which has always been conEesolved That having the most cided It is therefore important that an plicit confidence in the integritv ability sidered fatal when once developed has been found arterpriring liberal man should be elect and Democracy of John T Hazelrigg There are many accidents and diseases em lieatenant Governor People of the of Morgan county we recommend him to the Democracy of the State as a which affect stock and cause serious injBoantains see to it that a man favora man every way worthy and deserving to convenience and loss to the farmer in his We to jour interests and advancement is receive the nomination for the office of work which may be quickly remedied eaoeea Lay aside every other consid Lieutenant Governor and we ask for him by the use of Dr J II McLeans Vol- Â¬ aeatkm and Tote for the man who will a fair consideration at the hands of the canic Oil Liniment Sold by G B Swango Hazel Green and J X Vaughn Campkela yoa te develop your resources and Democracy of the State Eesolved That in the death of Hon ton pl yoa in bettering your condition Joseph Gardner we have lost a true and Tako Your Local Paper Owrtiaainj in the same strain it might tried leader the State a noble son society The boy or girl who is a rrgular newsiava added And his name is John T one of itsbrightest ornaments His pub- paper reader will grow up in intelligence Healriggr No other man in Eastern lic and private life was pure and spotless and will use ood language both in speakWe deeply Ceataekjii wo linked by love for this his death feel our irreparable loss in ing and writing even with a limited ed3ed a he and a presiding officer of the Eesolved That we will support for ucation It is new3 science literature a would watch our interest member of the House of Eepresentatives grammar history geography anda spelling combined Sometimes it is little witk am eagle eye Every county east of in the next General Assembly any per- Â¬ difficult to get children interested in newsson that the Democracy of 3Iorgan Â¬ Lexftoa ihould end a delegation to ty will endorse and present to the coun- papers but after they once get started Leg ia Democratic Convention instructed to islative district and tliat W Jtt Kendall their intellectual cravings are as sure a3 the desire for food and it is as neccessary ote for Hazelrigg until the stars fall will be acceptable to us Eesolved That the We3t Liberty Gem to feed their minds as their bodies The frees tae firmament if need be Fay--ett- e local paper is the first to attract their at Sentinel and her sister counties should do Heratd Democrat and Hazel Gbeen tention Incidentally they firbt read of be and they are requestedt to likewise because they can never hope to publish the proceedings of this meeting some local event which comes under their observation Becoming regular readers D D Sublett Chairman attain true greatneaa until the mountains of the home paper they soon branch out ate developed Then when he is nom Â¬ A Colored into the affairs of the world and thencen- Kontucklan Honored inated a be certainly will be all voters Calvin H L Taylor who was recently I eral news of the day and finally become SrreeyoctiTe of party fehould go to the appointed Dy rresiaent Cleveland as min- competent to discuss matters of public interest 3B ilrwith the battle cry Hazelrigg and ister to Libera and who now resides at izens and are useful and intelligent citWarsaw Independent Wyandotte Kansas was born and reared kelp for Eastern Kentucky near Hartford Ohio county Ky and Owing to pn inadequate clerical force lived there untl after he reached manhood Prgan County Democrat He taught a colored school in Owensboro in the Pension Office it is said that it will Parsmaat to call the Democracy of several years ago and also essaved preach- Â¬ be impossible to take up for maybe a year Jforgaa county met at the court house ing He took up the study of the law yet the cases of those entitled to bountiesunder the recent Mexican pension appross West Liberty on Saturdav March alone while still in Kentucky and finally priation Under the law the appropria where If 1887 for the purpose of appointing went to Kansas receivedhe was admitted tion isoniy avauaoie unui Juneau looo to the bar He the appointment xieJegatee te ike District Convention to as Assistant Prosecuting Attorney of Wy Â¬ There is a possibility therefore that many fee keld at Campton on April 1st 1887 andotte tunty and took a prominent of the pensioners if they get anything will be compelled to trust to future Con- Â¬ ie sejaiaate a candidate to represent the part in county and State politcs Two gresses for another appropriation Win- Â¬ Mek Senatorial District in the next Gcn years ago he joined the Democratic party chester Democrat and stumped the State for the nominee eeel jUseebJy of Kentucky and to give for Governor He is said to be a man of If you are suffering with weak or inexp rearing ae to the choice of the Dem commanding appearance and an entranc- Â¬ flamed eyee or granulated eyelide you egr et Jfrgaa county for a candi ing orator He has made a wonderful suc- Â¬ can bo quickly cured by using Dr cess in his adopted State and ahie t repreeeat that Legislative Dis ported by the Kansas Democratawas supÂ¬ McLeans Strengthening Eye Solve 25 cents a box iAtirm the eit House of Bepresenta position Louisville Commercial for his zel Green andSoldNby G B Swango Ha J Vaughn Campton -Â¬ Jeff Bowling who was sentenced to be hanged March 25th at Columbus O has been respited until the 24th of June This is the fourth time he has been re- Â¬ Â¬ Wevere Â¬ Qf Lexington has servecLhis people sev- - j Will Hamiltons declination to become eral terms in the Legislature and is to bei a candidate for Lieutenant Governor returned next winter He is one of the means that Hazelrigg ia coming down ablest and most brilliant young men in from the mountains like a ring tailed the State As a speaker he hud few equals rnariny lion seeking whom he mav de-c in the last General Assembly and no su vour a ne governorship is going going penor Me is both witty and eloquent gone t6 the Green river valley When He is an extemporaneous speaker of a su- Â¬ the very thirsty and very hungry come perior order and upon one occasion last down all the way from Pike and clamor winter the announcement in the house for second place on the ticket what are of the death of a former member and the gentleman from Jefferson the gentle- Â¬ personal friend of his Judge Mulligan man from Ohio and the gentleman from made one of the most eloquent and pa- Â¬ Kenton going to do about it Hazelriggs thetic speeches we ever listened to Sev-Â¬ Democracy like the moonshine of hi3 eral times he had to pause because of section is pure and always up to proof choking with emotion which only served When asked by Hoars Ku Klux Com to heighten theeflectof theepeech Feel- Â¬ mittee the politics of his paper the ing every word he uttered which came Mountain Scorcher it was Hazelrigg up from his very heart his eloquence who replied It is the hottest thing touched every one in the house and lobÂ¬ Democratically between the Mississippi bies and many a sympathetic tear trick- Â¬ Eiver and the rising sun by G d sir led down the cheeks of men who had never Better watch him Louisville Times known Asa Clarke whom he eulogized Col Hazelrigg has ceased the use of Again upon the attempt in the house to and all religionists can cuss words repeal the act creating the State Board of Equalization Judge Mulligan advo- Â¬ unite in supporting him cated the bill for its repeal in a speech Kentucky for Kontuckiana which for ridicule wit and humor was the equal of Proctor Knotts great Duluth Several State papers arc publishing speech For an hour he kept the house idiotic editorials headed Kentucky for in a continual roar as he wittily described Kentuckiaus the drift of which is to the Board at work its actions and finally protest against the investment of any its resolution upon adjournment which foreign capital within our sacred pre- Â¬ eulogized each other its Door keepers its cincts This is not only a dog in the Secretaries and even its Pages one of the manger business but it is diametrically resolutions congratulating the ma and opposed to all of the bent interests of the pa of one of the young pages on the State Kentucky wealth has never having such a bright and interesting lit-Â¬ been willing to develop Kentucky and tle boy Ho ridiculed the workings of if we do not encourage outside capital the law in a way that killed it as dead as the State will remain in its present fossil a door nail in the house The members condition for all time Suppose Alabama laughed until they cried and more than had waited for local capital to develop one side ached It was a speech which her mineral resources How long would should have been heard to be thoroughly it have taken to build Birmingham to its The talk about wait- Â¬ appreciated but if a publication of it now present condition even could be had it would make Jim ing for Kentucky capital is folly what Mulligan famous It is to be regretted we want is money right now and if it that the house had no stenographer to comes from other States to Kentucky take the speech down It was an extem- Â¬ why Kentucky is that much richer poraneous effort to a certain extent but Louisville Post of course the subject had been thoroughly Still Another studied by the speaker and it would be Col J T Hazelrigg of West Liberty difficult for him to reproduce it especial ly after the length of time since its deliv- Â¬ Morgan County Ky has annouced his ery In repartee Judge Mulligan had no candidacy for the place of Lieutenant equal in either House His quick wit Governor subject to the action of the caused many a mans discomfiture and Democratic party and will proceed to en very particularly the senior member from liven the canvass by an opening speech Warren who had a way of walking into in Mt Sterling on the 21st inst It is where ange1 would have hesitated thought that Mr Hazelrigg will command ong before venturing We are glad to the greater part if not all of that solid know Judge Mulligan goes back again backing thoughout Eastern Kentucky He is in addition to being a witty and which would have gone to the Hon Joe eloquent speaker a diligent and faithful Gardner so recently deceased and of worker and the Legislature will have no whom the former wa3 a warm advocate more valuable member than he Lexing- Â¬ Col Hazelrigg though a native of Mont- Â¬ ton is to be congraulated the State itself gomery County has lived for a long time is to be congratulated upon his presence m a section of the State where the men study politics from babyhood and in that in the General Assembly section ho will win easily Socially he He has been nominated without oppo- Â¬ sition by the Democraic party for realec has all those qualities which endear men to those with whom they are thrown in tion 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