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V v 1 jvifliigifaHB - 4CiJC3IEaS3fe - I jT TIT Ovrnr 3e - tfBBBI Hazel AN APPEAL FOR CHARITY sjr V B i agi - Mmsscr--- - - HERAJLD SI0D A jnSM f - - Wli Is COOPERf Mi Eiitir THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD WITH NEWS FROM ALL NATIONS YEARAHfifs TTOUJME hi HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY APRIL 13 1887 NUMBER 6 tMrty tri Swtk Atlmfic Railway M Ssr 3Ti B aV si ewer than ML Sierlieg time 3f 1 lovee 3IL Stealing t 7 A AL arrives at Botkwell it 84 A x thwell at 8 A X arrives at 3f 2 leaves Xt Sterli g at 1050 ju K e J 1ay MtStwlisg at 140 p at ar- riva at Rothwell at 230 P JC XJ 4 Iwres Eetawell at 345 P X arrives attJCL Sterlisg at S30 PM- lfo2 emecto at Mt Sterling with 1105 A P X trains oa C fc O railway Jiw LexiagtoH CiBCiRnati and Louisville Xm cBsects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A C O from the East and 133 X tna p X train fro Lwikville and Cincinnati eoHHty court day special in each Xik3well ea the 3rd Meaday Sterling A- - X t arriving at Mt aftMtbk at 7 at 9 jl X XeterBisg leaves Mt Sterling 430 atSP JL jbrririBe at Jfcothwell t at 5 P x P ac KethweU for Mt Sterling Lttfi GEO B HARPER Sapt 8t4rd tic2iaHca Has a larger rircnlation in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky than any paper in the State and merchants and others wishing to secure the trade of Eastern Kentucky will find iH it IsERALD Advertising Rates TIIE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM jj Transient advertisements 75 cents an inch first insertion 25 cents an inch for each subsequent insertion ycar 500 4 inches lyear1500 2 inches 1 year 900 5 inches 1 year 1750 3 inches lyear 1200 6 inches lyear 2000 grSpecial ratesonlargeradvertiseinents local notices 5c a line with 5 per cent ofi for long time SarMarriagc and death notices free tri butes of resDect und obituaries 5 cents a line 3r Announcements of candidates for State or District offices 10 County offices 5 csIIk on persons to become candidates and their answers 5 cents a Hue Payable invariably in advance 1 Xiil7 t STANDING 1 ADVEUTISEMENTy inch lr itiBery JOHN H EVAN8 HAZEL GREEN KY Extmlntr of Depositions JtemeotfttaHy selickia the patronage of the Malic and will attend promptly to all bas mwsr estreated t his care L00AL ffEWS pen or pencil before or af ter your name written on the margin informs you that your time has expired You are invited to renew and if you want the paper please hand or send us SI at once Herald for Come in today and subscribe for The one year Only 100 for Wolfs county W-- Y A cross mark made with T8AAC X ifAPEL Attoxnsy-at-La- w Axd Bxai Estate Agent HAZEL GREENKY TTfll rciicc in all the Courts of Wolfe Fawell Menifee sad Breathitt coantiea Titles exaained abstract furnished tax Â¬ es paid for nen residonts real estate bought sold Collections a specialty i OC LYKINS Howerton had a horse to walk County Attorney Real Estate Agent oftJohn bridge acrose Red river and kill the antf Ntary Public Wolfe and Ad- - himself Ho was blind Practices in all Courts in jiBiag CeHstiex and Coart ol Appeals Dr F M Thomas was here a short L6llccti088 a specialty while last Saturday and reported Beulah Ky Campton Wolfe County quite sick He returned to Ezel and W T SWANGO will move to Ford sometime soon HAZEL GREEN KY Dtpty Zm Catrt Clerk of Wolfe ITill attend te all business entrusted to him them for particulars with prBptaeJHS and dispatch Some energetic man in this section can make money if he will engage in the business of shipping wool to D A Bro Lexington Kv Write Loud Of Elliott County ed a piece of woodland near town which they will convert into a park as a resort WITH for visitors Upon the place is an ele- Â¬ Co gant red sulphur spring which will be Ky 21 0 W Market St Louisville nicely walled up Full particulars next Solicits the patronage of Eastern Kentucky week Books Blanks GEO E WH1TT J T F Day have recently purchas- Â¬ Henry Knoefel tc ler Siank T B TAULEEE M D PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Office over W T Caskeys store Office hears 8 to 11 A M- - and 1 to 4 P M All calls attended to day or night Pains in the small of the back indicate a diseased condition of the Liver or Kid Â¬ neys which may be easily removed by the use of Dr J H McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm 100 jer bottle Sold by G B Swango Hazel Green and J N Vaughn Campton pOMBS HOUSE CAMPTON KY S S COMBS Proprietor Among the distinguished visitors to our town last week was George Nelson Candler of Rousseau the urbane manager of J T H fc F Days Quicksand store Nelse looked Ken- Â¬ fine and we judge that he lives well He The proceedings of the Eastern I ass now running the little hotel around for the corner on Broadway and respectfully- tucky Medical Association which met subscribed thethe paper for this year and will have all news invite ay former patrons and traveling peo- here last Thursday were handed us on ead nnd phleeb Monday for publication Though by no 1le generallv to call und The alarm J- - H PIERATT by my blace means voluminous on investigation they by the hotel of fire was sounded yesterday bells and an investigation proved to be too extended for publica showed that the fiery element had tackled ALACE HOTEL tion this week We will publish them the roof of Uncle Dave Morses kitchen and was about to lick it out of existence next week A KY The patronage of the traveling public is repectfally solicited Table the best and Notice I havo indulged those in every attention for the comfort of guests debted to me with great patience and have given all ample time to settle up HERATT HOUSE Now patience has ceased to be a virtue The New 1Hoemx and it tho3e owinc me do not settle at HAZEL GREEN KY once with me thev will have to settle G B Swango with an officer Â¬ A reporter on Sunday morning espied Rev Jim Tom mounted on his cream colored charger going out to cast his net for sinners and bring them into the fold of Christianity We do not know what kind of a haul he made but it is safe to As noted elsewhere in this issue a party say he got some of them of gentlemen are now in this section for the GILLMORE APRIL STH and wife left this morning for A aian RiRUt iu Our Midst Suffering for Squire will return tomorrow iho Xccessarios of Xife but his wife will remain a week visiting a case of sad afflic- Â¬ friends and relatives We have just heard of Married Charley Vest on of James H tion in this county General Washington Profitt living on Lacy Creek but a few miles Vest surprised his many frieuds on last from Hazel Green has scrofula in its worst Friday by quietly slipping over to Breathitt form and is entirely helpless He was pos- Â¬ and capturing a better half Miss Lizzie sessed of a small farm which he has sold oft Baker of Frozen Creek where they were from time to time within the last year to united as one May their pathway be strewn keep up his family consisting of a delicate with roses fair and flowtry to the end of wife and six children and now finds himself lifes journey without means of sustenance He should Correspondents what has become you not continue in want long in a community It seems that yon have forsaken us ofCome like this if the church spires pointing out and give us the news now that you have heavenward have any significance for there had a long rest are in this town three temples towering to-Â¬ Iavid Vest of Frozen Creek passed hero wards God and the home of the angels as the abiding place of much this morning en route to Lower Grassy on which mark it Christianity Our citizens have certainly business not heard of the condition of this man and MORGAN COUNTY his family else their wants would have been supplied before this The Christian people WEST LIBERTY APRIL STH of this community and their name is le- Â¬ Circuit Court is in session a great many gion iudging from the housing capacity should set about to soften the suffering of visiting attorneys prominently among them this man and there can be no better way to Dick Wood who in the absence of Judge do so than by supplying him with sootliing Cooper is presiding over the court shekels that he inav purohase the necessa The quarterly meeting of the M E Church ries of life Now before the aromatic per-Â¬ was conducted at this place by J S Adams fume of the ink on this papor loses its fra- Â¬ and Sam Kelley last Saturday nnd Sunday grance professing christians and charitable The ladies of the Christian Church give people should assist in ameliorating their an oyster aupper Monday the proceeds of condition He who befriended the poor which will go to pay for the organ man when on earth our conscience tells us W keeps a memorandum book in which He nati C Kendall returned home from Cincin- Â¬ leaving his jots down the failures of man to assist his ical treatment wife and baby under med- Â¬ Â¬ fellow and marks tne names of those with J T Hazelrigg came home Thursday from holding help in very black indelible ink The record will stand against them when Southwestern Kentucky after a brilliant Gabriel blows his trumpet and St Peter canvass sitting as a sentinel at the great gate will Misses Minnie Ward and Myrtle Cole have ask of every soul from Hazel Green seeking been quite sick but are improving rapidly entrance to its portals Did you assist the Mrs Ann E Turner and son Charlie arc sick and afflicted about vou when in ueed visiting relatives and friends here If the answer be No fie will assign you to Hon W O Mizc of your place is in town Satan who in turn will put you to shoveling canncl coal into a furnace that is always guest at the Morgan House kept at a cherry heat but to those who can J W Hazelrigg of Montgomery is visiting Yes sir he will say relatives at this place SNOOKS truly answer him enter thou into thy reward MENIFEE COUNTY W C Coldiron of this place last week cut FRENCHBURG APRIL 8TII a walnut tree which measured five feet six inches across the stump and made eleven A Miss Hawkins staying all night at Lafe logs ranging in length from sixteen to eight Bashfords last Friday night found her in Â¬ feet The first log was sixteen feet long and fant three weeks old dead in her bed Sat Â¬ curly its entire length The next three logs urday morning A Coroners jury returned were twelve feet each and the tip end of a verdict of death from natural causes the last one measured thirty six indies The The Republicans last Monday held their other seven logs were ten and eight feet in first convention for many years and instruct- Â¬ length and proportionately large The tree ed for Bradley for Governor and Major A was cut on the farm of Geo Ueasley and T Wood for Attorney General Mr Coldiron says he has twelve more wal nut trees nearly as good within a radius of Some person with the measles came to the four hundred yards There is lots of fine Senatorial Convention and they are now timber in this section and railroad men well scattered over the county should make a note of it Messrs Hackney and Greer are both in declining health and Mr and Mrs Jerry Joe Turner and Hayden Wyatt both ot Compton are low with fever ML Sterling struck our town Saturday last Married April 7th Mr Calhoun to Mias The former is representing the old reliable Belle Rothwell County Judge Byrne offic- Â¬ house of Green Huflafcer Co of Louis- iating ville and the latter is traveling in the inJ terest of S M Brauns famous house at days W Davis is not expected to live many Mt Sterling They both reported good Peaches are not all killed sales They rested as guests of Pieratts Phffinix hotel until Monday morning and left for Campton Stanton c to scatter CAMPTON CONVENTION sunshine along the highway and sell goods to the merchants of those places Hun R ai Pieratt Nominated for Sena- Â¬ tor and John T Hazolrifjg Endorsed Scott Ratline living just below Hazel for tho Lloutonnnt Govcrnorhlp Green on Red River last Saturday present-Â¬ ed us with a petrified chesnut which is cer- Â¬ The Democracy of the 34th Senatorial tainly the most perfect piece of petrification District of Kentucky met in delegated that ever came under our notice He found convention pursuant to call at Camptor it on the State road where the soil is of red on the first day of April 18S7 to nomiclay and we should like for some scientist to nate a candidate to represent them in the imform us of the cause of the change J n Vest Quicksand our love to Baldy Reed tell Dayton Garrison howdy buy from him a cooking range and if you think enough of your wife call on Mrs Kate O Clark and buy her a bonnet MASONIC TEMPLE MT STERLING KY And the Thousand of Things There Sold So Cheap byD B Garrison THE GOLD DUST RANGE Is of wrought iron and will last a lifetime It has a large oven fire clay back and nickel trimmings It is the equal of the St Louis Home Comfort ranges which sold at 65 and 70 or any other range made If you want a first class cooker good for coal or wood made at Louisville where repairs can be had get the Gold Dust a six hole range with 30- gallon tank and all the vessels at 50 and 58 We offer it as the cheapest and best range in the world and you would pay 60 and 65 for it if some smooth- Â¬ tongued agent were to present its merits at your door You save ten dollars by buying it directly of the sole agent DB Garrison Masonic Temple Mt Sterling Ky where the cheapest stoves in Kentucky are sold Â¬ ii Famous New Store r GIGANTIC An invoice just taken lias disclosed the fact that I have too many Goods Too much DRY GOODS Too many Clothing Too much FurÂ¬ nishing Goods Too many Hats and Caps and an endless varitey of only HandINmade BootsAND PRICESShoes and ALL SIZES QUALITY I have decided that my stock must be cut down With this end in view I have cut thA prices on every article in my different depart- Â¬ ments in that great establishment and nave made telling and startling reductions Everything is included in iiiis H J Â¬ The Meikle plow is the cheagest and oest plow in tins market Uall ana see D B Garrison Mt Sterling it Decorated China Dinner and Tea Sets from 650 to 5000 Best goods for the money A full line of dishes cheapest in Kentucky i i 4 Great Unloading Sale D B Garrison Mt Sterling Hoes Rakes Axes Picks Long Shov els D Shovels and Garden Forks cheap at DB VrAXVlVXDVn O iMb UICIUU Stoves and Ranges Hardware Locks Hinges Nails BolLs Tools Hoes Rakes Plain Dishes Tinware Glassware etc at lowest cash prices Call and see us D B Gaiieison Mt Cutlery Winter goods in a great variety suchas Woolen and Cotton Flannels Skirts and Shawls Hoods and Nubias Gloves and Mittens Cloaks and Short Wraps Mens and Boys Suits Mens and Boys Overcoats Mens and Boys Hats and Caps Mens and Boy3 Dress Shirts I I 4 give ou a Guarantee that cu will Save Money on Ererytliiytttyriw Sterling Lanterns with dash board attachment the best thing out at D B Gaerisons Mt Sterling Days I mean business and am determined to re-Â¬ duce my stock at any cost for the next Thirty Â¬ Â¬ The handsomest Chamber Sets eyer made as well as the cheapest ranging LADIES AND MISSES WOOLEN HOSE LADDZS AND MISSES CORSETS from 250 to 20 for a ten piece set Call and see them LADIES AND MISSES SHOES f D B Garrison Mt Sterling OLD LADIES SHOES In great Trietr Step Ladders four foot 125 six MENS AND BOYS HAND MADE BOOTS MENS AND BOYS HAND Â¬ foot 150 eight foot 175 at MADE SHOES MENS AND BOYS UNDERWEAR D B Garrisons Mt Sterling MENS AND BOYS SUSPENDERS Barbed annealed and galvanized wire This is theTCrandest Opportunity of Season at lowest prices and everything else at lowest rates D B Garrison Mt Sterling the Horse Shoes and Horse Nails Rasps and Farriers Knives and Hammers at D B Garrisons Mt Sterling Ky S M BRAUN purpose of locating the Kentucky Union railroad These gentlemen have never vis- Â¬ ited Hazl Green and we herewith extend them an invitation to come and ee us and take a look at our town J Pieratt Proprietor EBENOHBURG fdw buckets of water extinguished it WILLIAMS Proprietor Sick headache is the bane of many live is To cure and prevent this annoying com- Â¬ The patronage of the traveling public respectfully invited Table the best and plaint use Dr J H McLeans Little Liver and Kidney Billets They are every attention to the comfort of guests agreeable to take and gentle in their ac- Â¬ tion 25 cents a vial Sold by G B TOWNSEND B Swango Hazel Green and J N Vaughn WITH Camptou JH The Herald is becoming the most popular advertising medium in Eastern Ken Â¬ s tuckv and doubting Thomases are invited to an investigation Smart advertisers generally put their money where it will do the most good hence the rush Â¬ Wm H Fullerton JOBBER OF Caps Umbrellas Hats GleTca asilStraw Goods CH1LLICOTHE O David Morse the boss fisherman of this place will please accept our thanks for the mess offish sent us last If Throwing physic to the dogs may be is anyone in this section Thursday that there needing kind amusing to a well man but if a mans of brain food we do JG P 35 B TOGGLE WITH The Herald is growing in grace judging from the requests received for sample copies to do its duty Taylor Whaley tried want loud for them a short time ago and says they and it our peoplecan get a big givingboom libthis section they us a it by made a bran new man of him in twenty eral support Calverts little liver pills and induce it four hours All merchants sell them liver is out of kelter he wants to use Â¬ Einggold JOBBEH6 OF 97 -- Oo Boots and Shoes and WEST PEARL STREET CINCINNATI OHIO W A WORD WITH Harbison Our citizens should contribute some thing towards walling up and covering HARNESS AND COL LARS the white sulphur spring on Uncle Pres 711 W MAIN STREET Trimbles property that we may exhibit 707 709 to visiting strangers the various mineral LOUISVDLLE KY waters that here abound Let us show our appreciation of their visit by makÂ¬ visit JOE R TURNER Mt Sterling Ky ing their enhancepleasant Land owners Headquarters will thus the value of property XEPREEEXTIXG for every visitor properly treated will go away t walking advertiser of our manCo ners our courtesy our hospitality and Huffafc lastly of the bargains now to be had in Wholesale Dealers in real estate and the boom that must come to this section As a SHOES this fund and engineercommittee to raisea BOOTS the erection of wall and shed we appoint John H Pie- 615 W Main SL LOUISVILLE KY Will be at ML Sterling every County Conrt rail ana urge our citizens to come up and help along the boom can live at home and make more sore raoacy at work for us than at Bev Mr Eklar of the M E Church YOU aavthiag efse in the world Capital South hands us the following report not Beedcd you are started free Both pcx We have just closed a meeting at o- - all ages Aay one can do the work 7arge earnings sure from first start Costly Maytown at which there was aboutÂ¬ oatfit tad terms free Better not delay twenty five conversions and as many adCost yoa nothing to send us your address ditions to the two churches twenty to asd ad sat if yoa are wise you will do so the M E South and five or six to the at acc IL Haixett A Co Portland Mc M E and at our regular appointment on Sunday we are proud to sav we wit- nessed the happy results of it in a large attendance at preaching and the very best attention Faces were bright and CnmrW if tyfttfrtrsty Jisgl hearts cheerful and one of the best CclMreiatftVworU Sunday schools we ever saw so far as in- Â¬ Mifrii M1ctt mil olteer Cofac mS terest is concerned People come for fcrfiv ot k KtrticmAC 1Mb two and three miles to prayer meeting JWwaiMWtiiia o tmrrmM Mmtbrnrmm Cima laeiod- - once week a Thanks be to God this is Mtort Rwl TW ammtmtrrmmt Board ateet what the religion of the Lord Jesus WUmm Sow SwaVaaAaB Aawato4 Saeeea r or ctre Christ does for a community Â¬ SADDLERY Cathrlght We are still keeping house and will say to tnose who want the herald but havent the money to pay for it that we will take at its market value lard bacon hams and shoulders chick- Â¬ ens turkeys wood and ccal c Mind you we prefer the money but if you cant spare that much cash bring us one dollars worth of any article named and you shall have the paper for one year Judge G B Swango left last Wednesday for Hot Springs Ark where he will remain for sometime and his many friends hope he may return to them in perfect health John H Evans of this place last week purchased of J M Kash Esq twenty one acres of land lying in Hazel Green at private figures Uncle Bob Curamings has located in the poxtoffice building and is shaving and shoe- Â¬ ing our citizens in a scientific style last week Gov Evans paid our town a flying visit WOLFE COUNTY Green r Â¬ AND jAAsfi blip SWANGO SPRINGS APRIL 8TH Misses Rosalie Kash Belle Adams Emma and Lula Kash visited the Springs last Sun- Â¬ day evening The two latter called at the Swango House and reported times very dull in town in the line of enjoyment A private letter from Cedar Bluff Va im forms us of two weddings one the 24th of March Miss Cora Ciavpool to Wm Steel the other the 6th of April Charlie T Wat kins of Grundav Ya to Miss Maggie L Scott H H Swango one of the proprietors of Swango Springs made a trip to Rothwell Station this week and reports times on a boom there and the roads almost impassable in some places The Swango water is itself again the re- Â¬ cent rains caused it to lose its strength to some extent but if you dont believe it has come and see gained J We have just learned of the illness of Mrs Ed Cecil of Grassy last Tuesday morning Next Monday is Couuty Court day at she was attacked by something like a stroke Mt Sterling and our citizens who con- Â¬ of paralysis The half has not been told of the wealth of Kentucky in the elements of indus- Â¬ trial and commercial prosperity Ken- Â¬ tucky is penetrated by more miles of navigable river than any other State iu the Union She has nearly 1 500 miles next Senate of Ky of stream that are navigable at all stages The convention was called to order by of water and about 4000 miles that can Jos C Lykins W W Cox chairman of be made navigable by locks and dams the Democratic committee being absent On motion Jos C Lykins was made WANGO SPRINGS temporary chairman and J V Howard AND BOARDING HOUSES J J C Back and V R Richardson Harrison Swango Proprietor secretaries The committee on organi- Â¬ Every be make every zation was dispensed with and the tem thing aa effort willfor made t and pleasure invalids pleasant porary organization was made perma- Â¬ aeekera aa possible during the coining sea nent bon Rites of Boarding c very reasona- Â¬ Nominations were announced to be in ble Call on or address HARRISON SWANGO order C C Hanks of Wolfe county in a nice little speech placed before the Hazel Green Ky for particulars convention the name of Hon R M Pie- Â¬ out to ratt of Morgan which was seconded by Hff ATlTYlf and be ni8e us ut this will lul I I ll H Y and we return to J J C Back of Breathitt No other All V Al JLl A send you free something of name being placed before the convention great value and importance to you that will Hon R M rieratt was declared the nom- Â¬ start you in business which will bring you inee by acclamation in more money right away than anything The committee on resolutions reported else in the world Anyone can do the work and live at home EitheV sex all ages Somethe following Whereas The ruling of an all wise provi- Â¬ thing new that just coins money for all We will start you capital not dence has stricken down in the strength ofa workers needed This is one of the genuine impor- Â¬ full manhood Hon Joseph Gardner of Ma- Â¬ goffin county who in days past so honorably tant chances of a lifetime Those who arc delay discharged euey public trust and whose ambitious and enterprising will not tfc Co Address TRUE walks in life both pnblic and private be- Â¬ Grand outfit free speaks the christian schollarly gentleman Augusta Maine and patriot statesman and who was twice called to fill a scat in the Kentucky Senate from this the 34th district therefore Resolved That in the death of Hon Jos Gardner our district the Eastern Rection of his State and the entire Commonwcath has IS THE PLACE TO BUY lost one ot its purest best citizens who if he had lived we believe would been elevated to Clocks Jewelry the Lieutenant Governorship of Kentucky Repairing a Specialty at the next general expression of the suffrage Charges reasonable and work warranted of the people T F CARR Respectfully Resolved That the members of this Sena- Â¬ torial Convention recognizing the true merit of Ex Senator Gardner both as a public ser- Â¬ TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK vant and private citizens extend to the be- Â¬ reaved familv their deepest svrnpathy aud mourn with them the loss of one dear to MT STERLING KY all Resolved That having the most implicit confidence in the interitv abilitv ana De mocracy of John T Hazelrigg of Morgan county we recommend him to the Democ- Â¬ J M BIGSTAFF President racy of the State as a man every way worthy and deserving to receive the nomination for W W THOMSON Cashier the office of Lieutenant Governor nnd we ask tor him a consideration at the hands of DIRECTORS the Democracy of the State Resolved That we as delegates from this Andrew Fesler the 34th Senatorial District approve of the JAME3 CHORN call of the chairman and the time and place J T Highland for this convention to nominate a candidate Dr R R Drake mr341v to represent this district in the Senate of Kentucky Resolved That the accredited vote of the Oo counties rpresented in this convention in S person or by proxy shall be one vote for NEW each fraction over a hundred as cast for Cleveland and Hendrix for President and Livery Sale and Feed Stable Vice President iu each of the counties of this district MT STERLING KY Resolved That recognizing the time hon- Â¬ ored principles of the Democratic party which is the true basis of free government free religion free thought andfree trads Drovers and Traders1 Headquarters we pledge anew our earnest endeavors to promote those principles Resolved That as Democrats we will sup- Â¬ The attention of horse and mule dealers port the nominee of this convention and recognize him as our standard bearei in the is especially invited to our facilities for the coming contest for the Senate in this district handling of stoek and we invite all traders On motion the convention then ad- Â¬ of Wolfe and adjoining counties to call on lis when in the city C LYKINS Chm journed Â¬ Â¬ THE FAMOUS DrTHUJiL Boot ii Shoe HOUSE MT STEELING KY I ASK YOXJBmmATTENTION Jw 2 tSUirfl m f ft ffi Whenyou visit our city look out forthe CASH SIGN on Main street CA H means every article at rock bottom prices I guarantee this to you as I keep no books credit nobody sell for CASH onlr 1 am dealer in watches clocks and jewelry Rogers Bros 1849 knivs and forks spoons table and tea every thing to be found in a first class jewelry store I am olso dealer in Boots Shoes Hats and Gaps anl Gents Furnishing Goods Ladies Fine Shoes the best that is made Childrens Shoes in all sizes and styles Gents Fine and Heavy Boots Now good people remember that I am the only firm in our citr that sells for CASH ONLY this is the firm you want to find to save yoa a BIG PER CENT No trouble to show goods Asking you to call when in the citv and hopingtc see you soon I remain Respectfully youns Watches M MakCStreet W -VOWELS A 4 y Mt Sterling Ky lak ESTABLISHED 7 It la saw Marly sK years siace ttl aediclM s offered m remedy far Worms sd from that Ume K reantition has steadUr lununl tuiMt af tne present day it Is almost unlTereaily acknowledged throughout mtrlT II naMs a th wiwU t t r ffWmnvnuifH Wnrm fnfutHnm Lr V or Ufa la nearly disease bare been manufactured all oer tae country hot their hort B A ahnestpclca ermifujre continue to grow in far or daily ChUrra oXtea took vale asa exauataC aad aiefcjv tram ma --other cause than thtiy tre irritable and feTerUh jometlmwa craTis food aad eating rarenoogly cjrala nt ng waloaoma ttaslg restlessly xa sleep moaning and grinding the teeth then be assured theno ymptonaare Indies Mone nf BAFAHNESTOCKS Many lae Jd V McWilliams the grare when the diMM which caused it death has been en tirely misunderstood and when worms hare really been the cause It has been proTed beyoed caril thasi rt21 Jlcra ol earuess iniancyinererore parents eepecfcUIy sc rarely aa they ertat they ea with J their cMldres cannot be too obserring ofthe Jlrsf tyarptoms ofvormtSormother who are isore mnif nttj be aqW and spttAlv remored from the mott delicate nfisntby the timely use of BalfahBestocks Vernaa Phyiiciaas do not hesitate to recommend it and bj it U their practice aad many of the thi profession from all parte f the country testify to Its uniform wcrea Infactlt never mort emlaaat e fre farts qmnllMni quently been giren to children as a safe purgatire not suspectiag the caae of the Ulnes aad larveIt h of worms were discharged and Immediate relief afforded Great caution must be asedby eei pWehaser t W wn J to examine eyery bottle he bays of it The oTfIbbswgx la not sufficient closely and carefully to see that the initials are 8staple sake must A FaietJBTecx aad e sati- Ssw Vaurrux TTowiTtn Cn Sfn Messrs J E aehwartx Co Pittsburg Pa Ha ringasrd the original S A TakseeteeJf Vermi Gentleman I hare used some of that most excellent remedy B A Fahnestocks Vermifuge and found it to fuge in my practice for raasy years XhaTeaakert hare the desired effect I think your ermifuce- can tancy In recoraraendlajr It as a remedy vktea la ofe not safely be dispensed with in any family reliable aad egteient la all cases whers Tiniitriiun U neeaea J nuumsKU3lL ioursxx Taos H- - XAXDT jl v E SCHWAKTZ CO Fitisfcrg S4e A child has been laid helpless la VERMIFUGE cc fnfrie taoaJJM Â¬ BOB NUNNELLY AVITK DTJNLAP BROS CO w H GILLIS with I template making purchases there should D Boone May of White Oak was in our midst Sunday and Monday He came for first read the advertisements in The his wife who was visiting her sisters at this Herald and then trade with those who advertise By so doing they will save place Miss Lane Taulbee is visiting her brother cost of the trip Put your horse up with S V McWilliams Co deposit your Dr T B Taulbee of this place Miss Julia Cecil will spend next week on surplus money at the Traders Deposit Bank buy a steel axe from Chiles Stillwater visiting relatives Co get M W Yowels to Miss Alice Ratliff of Pike is visitine her Thompson aunt Mrs Motley fix your watch or sell ycu a ring go to S Orders and bearers for the Swango water M Brauns for a suit of clothe buy your groceries from Trimble Bros give every dsy Mountain Girl McCord Aydelotte WHOLESALE HATTERS No 613 West Main LOUISVILLE Street KY WHOLESALE SADDLERY But buy Kellys STEEL axe It k the mftt STEEL fcrse perfeet axe made Also Manufacturers of J L Dunlap hP5S- - Tbpy will qnprpr K9 a Aa J 13 Dunlap uroa AY G Barrett Harness c STEEL fsiLj The aat ihr sua Saddles For sale in Hazpl Green by G B SWAXOO 728 and 730 and dealers in W Main St WTrCA3KEY Saddlery Hardware F McGUlREl LOUISVILLE KY Chiles Thompson It Co WORKNGI GLASS ATTEMTIOM We are now prepared to MT STEELING KY urnish all classes uritli employment at home Agentu for Fastera Kentucky the whole of the time or for their spare maraonta Business new light and profita ahle Persons of either sex easily earn from E TUCK 50 cent to 5 per evening and a proportion GEORGE Looiavill Ky wilk ate sum by devoting all their time to the business Boys and girls earn nearly as much CREEN CO HUFfAK as men That all who see this may seaA Wholesale Djuauti their address aad test the business we make this offer To such as are not well satisfied AND I we will send one dollar to pay for the trou- G15WMainSi LOUISVILLE ICY oie oi writing x mi paxuuumra uu ouuii Coj Inviiea yon to rail sh1 e feat Jt y Free Address GEQRTOp SrpfSO N visit tfejqty 1ortlaud llaice if m i irt BOOTS SHOES lT K S- - r - fc iSirjptBi T jii It- HuBcl Gkjlx Herald r - 4 - HER WISH I Tjaifc Jsky TM tew 4 ay ptowobc m the eeiUsg high wtw sever a ay iiia v3rJBnnike4 3r JMcrMlfeevleak mm arw Tfce teoMftt ef erety iiy wife I wiate mg Safcy my jioe wouM take Xa the latches 4 see her bake Ferr se wev Ireuy 4read Thettwigfct et a Wtck of fcreadV ker wish that day r Msrcoiy keeiiBg it carried away A dit he locked his office door A4 g4iy catered his best once mors m As khw H eajr he glanced ZSs eyes wJthieasure fairly daaccd The Sse des of polished hrass Imnrfsfec geld almost would pass Hs easy efee- - was m its place BeeUe it feeame a smiling face letc me wr Jl r t hetarscd lo her BaKhuotoand ad half worshiper AmS said Some fairy has had full sway Ib every eok of our house to day TFtergotten were dust and cobwebs high Awl there was light in somebodys eye Par the heaviest taikticst burden a wife Growlifcht when they brighten another s life L Egbert L Jiangs in Woinan Magazine WAS SHE A COWAED i r 7iy MoUy Did Things as if She Were Brave If tf ft Id le such shouted Frank Parsons s lie saw Molly elinib a five rail fence d scramble up iulo an apple tree because Mr Ways great dog came Sharking down the road Poor Molly clinging to the bough of the tree palets a girl could be with the healthy txn of out door life and summer suns - tm ter face trembling all over eyes full of terror and just read- - to scream when Mi- - Way called off his great En- Â¬ glish mastiff slipped the chain under his collar and led him aAvay growling like distant thunder Molly crept down and Frank went on Before Pd climb an apple tree cause I was Afraid of a dog Molly said nothing her eyes were full of tears for she liked her cousin Frank who was spending the summer in Newfield and yet she could not deny that she was very mueh afraid of the dog Molly was eight years older than Frauk a hrighl sweet girl of seven- Â¬ teen she had never known her Ncw York cousins till this summer for they had been in Europe almost ever since Frank was born as he crossed the ocean at tix Months old and the three older Parsons children had only been to Newfield once when they were very yonng Alida was but nineteen now Amy just six mouths older than Molly Bates John the oldist of all was twenty one and a fashionable youn man of the city Frank had been sent toNewfield this summer because the family came back from abroad too late to put him in school and they did not want him at Newport or Saratoga or Lenox so he was sent to his uncles in Newfield and enjoyed himself as heartily there as ever a hoy did enjoy country life with kindly generous rel- Â¬ atives And Frank liked Mollv very much she was the oldest of Uncle Bates1 two children for little Axe as she called herself was only four and went by the name of Baby half the time nohody ever using her real name of Aclisah Boys do not care mueh for small children hut are apt to fancy those older than themselves and Frank took arreat liking to Molly she was always ready to go with him on the hills after hemes to show him where he could dig sassifnis pick Avlntergreen find hlack birch for its odorous twis gather flag buds or honeysuckle ap Â¬ ples and she could show him cvery cold brook for two miles about where he could catch small trout that Aunt Mary would fry for his supper And Moll was such a pretty girl with her soft hazel eyes nut brown curls and rosy cheeks all lit up by the sunniest smiles that Frank admired her very much but alas Molly sank a great mam- - degrees in his esteem when he found out how afraid she was of a hi dog of a cow that was cross of her fa tilers fast horses even of the big turkev coek that came gobbling and hustling and attempting to flv at her when she crossed the barnyard with a little red shawl on her shoulders Frank thought a girl ought to be as brxye as a boy and quite despised Molly because he said r vShes a real old coward Fraid of a dog pooh Pd just as lives slap that dog in the chops as not1 I wouldnt try it ef I was you dryly remarked Hiram the hired man Molly knows more 11 you do about that there dog he1s uglier n all possessed Trays tryin1 his level best to get rid on him before hayin for hes bit two of tJaelr folks a1 ready1 Sho he wouldnt bite a girl I dont a fpud cat Oh Molly Bates before st -- C3 -- -- helieve- -- wouldnt but I wouldnt run no resks not very fur1 answered Hiram Well shes fraidof Bill an1 Joe1 I wish t you was I dono Avhatyour -- I dono as he would an1 1 dono as he folks tlunk you shouldnt no more drive them young hosses than nothing Thcv aint half ont but ef you was my boy hroke WclI Uncle isnt goin1 to let mo he said he was onlyfunnin when he asked if X didnt want lo take them over to the village for the mail11 Kinder lucky you didnt I expect had some outlook for your bones he As for Molly shes got grit enough for any girl Yon no need to he pickin1 at her shes bout as good as theyre siade1 Hiram laughed last word - Shes a fraid cat anyhow1 and Frank had the Btu- he still despised Molly for being oeward and wandered about after Hiram at his work or followed his ftele to the field a great deal more jfewa he had really to Molleys relief for tkottgh she was fond of the bright foHUhttird boy it was a heavy tax as long as he wanted her society She pretty rosy face shone from under the had time now to do some sewing andfhrintof her blue turban help her mother time to read and And you Miss What shall I do for study in the books she had brought yon home from school Totltingi thank you said Molly But after all they Avere both sorry Oh but Ive the Aerv bonnet for vou to part Avhen the end of September here a bebc bonnet Justyouryouth came and irank was sent for to 20 ful style and matching your fur home They promised to write to each She whisked out a little silver gray other and perhaps Would have-- kept bonnet from a drawer trimmed simply the promise only after two weeks M with gray satin ribbon of two shades Bates received a letter from her sister and big silver pins a puff of pale rose asking her to let Molly spend the win- Â¬ Aelvet filled the brim even Mollys un- Â¬ ter with them and go to school if she educated eye perceived its style and wished taste but before she could even ad Â¬ This was what Molly had always mire it her turban was swiftly lifted wanted she had gone to Newfield high and the French bonnet set on her hair school till she had learned all that was and tied deftly under her dimpled to be taught there and she did very chin earnestly wish for a little more school- Â¬ Oh Molly exclaimed Amy that ing for she meant to be a teacher Mr is just lovely on you Bates vvras not a rich man He had a Molly peeped into the mirror beside good farm and could give his family her The hat was more becoming than all the food and clothing needful for she had thought The velvet matched them hut he never had any money her silver gray furs and the rose hued to spare And Mrs Bates had told lining contrasted Avith her brown curls Molly not to ask her father to send her and hazel eyes beautifully away to school because he could not It is just the vary thing said Mad-Â¬ afford it ame Aries who affected a French ac Mrs Parsons had learned all about ceut though she Avas born and bred Mollys wish from Frank who had no within sight of fcranconia Notch 1 scruple about asking his cousin ques- Â¬ must send it to you Miss It is but tions and as Mr Bates had refused to twenty dollars consider Frank as any thing but a wel Oh no said Mollv I can not come visitor all that long summer it buy it I have a hat already relieved his mother from a great sense Oh but it is poor elvct this tur-Â¬ of obligation to offer Molly a winters ban It is not the mode neither This schooling as well as her board for is the thing entirely Not so Miss Mrs Parsons knew that Mr Bates was Parsons not really able to be as generous is his It is very pretty and very becom Â¬ nature made him ing said Amy casting a contemptuMolly was delighted and her nimble ous look on Mollys country made head Â¬ fingers at once began on the needful gear sewing The Newfield dressmaker But I dont Avant it said Molly came for a week and cut over Mrs putting 011 her turban and resolutely Bates wedding dress a dark blue leaving the shop repped silk for the girls best gown Three days after a little bandbox was there was a gray merino bought for left at Mrs Parsons door directed to school wear and last j cars brown one Molly When she came from school it sponged and altered for a change a Avas on her dressing table and Avithin little round felt hat with a band of it the pretty bonnet and the bill velvet for every da- - and a dark blue Mollys face grew set She reticd her Aelvet turban for Sundays came from school hat picked up the bandbox and the milliners shop in Tauton and went down into the dining room where with a heaver cloth black sacquc and her aunt was at lunch a blanket shawl Mollys list of outside Aunt Frances she said will you wear was completed She was to get excuse me from lunch I want to go some gloves in New York and a pair of down to Madame Aries shop overshoes all the rest of her garments What is the matter Molly You she and her mother had made and look Acry determined asked her aunt they were warm and abundant Molly and Molly explained thought herself a very lucky girl Just one of her tricks remarked However when she arrived at her Amy she sent Tilda Forbes a bonnet aunts house though Alida and Amy just in that Avay last year and Tilda were kind in their welcome and 1 int kept it Frances put both anus about her But I shall not said Molly Amy kissed her warmly and said M3 did she say any thing about it after I dear child youve got your mothers left you there eyes Yet Molly felt like a stranger of She only said it was a pity you a different race her shoes seemed to Avould not take the bonnet it was so make a noise like horseshoes as she becoming and I said yes it was then followed Amys light steps up the pol- Â¬ I hurried out after you ished stair case to her room and her Wouldnt you prefer to wait till dress fashioned by old Miss Pettibone after lunch and go down in the car Â¬ seemed uncouth enough in comparison riage with me asked Mrs Parsons with Alidas dainty gown of soft wool Oh no thank you I want to take and delicate silk fitting her slender it directly back and Molly Avalked figure with perfect grace and trailing off with the box its long draperies over the rich carpet Alida shrugged her shoulders a trick of the tipper hall Frank was not there she had learned abroad or she might have been happier and I would not face Madame Aries niore at home When Amy left her to with that bonnet for a good deal she put her hat and sacquc in the closet said unpack her trunk and brush her hair But Molly did face the angry mil- Â¬ for the late dinner which was just liner ready Mollys heart sank like lead oh lour cousin order it she did if she were only home again but she No Madame she did not an Â¬ resolutely put the thought away she swered resolute Molly She told me was there at her own wish she was just Avhat she said nobody ordered it going to school without expense to her I do not Avant it and I shall not take father she would not give way to re-Â¬ it And in a torrent o words hc gret or fear the words Hiram said to left the store a little pale and fright- Â¬ her as he shook hands at the gate when ened but leaving the box behind her she came away Hashed across her You did right Avas her aunts Keep your courage up Molly dont comment let outsides daunt ye Your folks here Shortly after this affair Mr Bates to home is wuth more to ve than the brought little Achsah down to stay a hull city Think o that few days Avith her sister The child Molly did think of it set her red lips Avas nearly crazy Avith the sights and firmly and went down to dinner in her sounds of the great city ami Molly old brown dress her heavy shoes her never had harder work in her life than simply knotted hair as self possessed a Avalking Avith Axe down Broadway girl us Amy herself Uncle Parsons She never dared trust her Avith any one was a kind hearted man very busy else but Axe was eager to go with abroad very pleasant and cordial at Frank evidently thinking he Avould home but his eyes were keen He had not restrain her as Molly did One not been in business thirty years with- Â¬ day as she turned from a window full out learning to know people by their of toys where she had kept her patient faces yet he was a little puzzled to-Â¬ sister Availing at least fifteen minutes day Frank had talked a great deal sho saw Frank a few steps off going about his summer in Newfield and had down the street suddenly she pulled given his father an idea that Molly was her hand from Mollys and ran after a pretty Aveak headed perhaps silly him Molly followed thinking natu- Â¬ little country girl He could not make rally that the child would overtake this face and that character agree Frank and that he would stop till she Next day Aunt Parsons took Molly to caught up with them for he had never She meant to Avait till she had been anxious in spite of Axes entreat- Â¬ school somewhat changed the girls dress but ies to guide tier through the city Mr Parsons objected But before Axe quite reached the boy See Avhat sort of stuff shes made of he turned to cross the street hurrying Frances let her find her own level If to dodge the heavy vehicles that she turns out to be a doll dress her if crowded the roadway Mollie flew for girl Avhy you she saw an omnibus rolling down right shes a can change her attire if you Avant to above the crossing and unconscious but she will be Avorth it Axe trotting along regardless of dan Â¬ However Molly stood the test The ger school girls laughed at her scant short One moment of horror a swift dress and she laughed too spring and Molly had caught Axes MYou cant exprct a country maid to dress and pulled her back but slipped be in the Jast fashion girls she said herself and the horse nearest to her 1a c conic to learn and I shall learn had trodden on her arm and broken it style perhaps as avcII as French and before the lookers on could stop the physiology1 omnibus or the driver saw what Avas She made absurd apologies for the the matter But the horses were noise of her shoes stopped just before the wheel was You knoAV I came from the Old about to cross the prostrate girl and Granite State you must expeet me to she was lifted from the mud the unin- Â¬ be heavy and have a solid understand- - jured hand still grasping Axe who Avas mgi roaring Avith fright and anger girls were conquered by her The Molly opened her eyes on the sofa of cheerful front and readiness to laugh a shoe store Axe kicking and scream Â¬ Avith them Mollv remembered Hirams ing in the arms of a strange man her old saw own dress covered Avith dirt and her If you softly touch a nettle left arm hanging helpless but she It will stins you for your pain could tell where she belonged and a Grap it like a man of mettle carriage was sent for at once Xot a single sting remains1 H the girl was sometimes home- Â¬ Poor Molly her holidays Avere spoiled sick nobody heard of it she Avrote and Axe was sent home at once in great received frequent letters her own al dudgeon and the bruised and broken Avays full of every pleasant tiling she arm was five long Aveeks painful and could gather to tell to mother Alida helpless before she could again use it and Amy were all the time on the In all that time she was so patient so Aving balls parties dinners visits enduring so cheerful that every one of filled their time so that Molly sawvery the household became deeply attached littleof them When winter really su to her and the first day she Avas able in Mrs Parsons bought Molly a hand- Â¬ to come to the dinner table Uncle Par- Â¬ some fur trimmed cloak and a muff sons said Avith a twinkle in his eye to match and one day Amy took her Frank you used to tell me Molly out shopping they Avent into a mill- Â¬ Avas such a coward and here she has iners Avhere Amy wanted to order a faced down a milliner Avhom neither little bonnet for the next evening Alida nor Amy would have dared to as she Avas to join a party for the encounter No indeed they both chorused ojera After the white plush and blush roses And dragged her small sister from --- oa her time and patience to wait on had been discussed and agreed on the under a pair of omnibus horses and and watch him as she felt obliged to voluble milliner turned to Molly whose had a compound fracture set without a cry PERSONAL AND LITERARY FOE OUR YOUNG EEADEES A How is that for a coward Oh Uncle Parsons exclaimed Molly Frank is right I Avas awfully afraid of Madame Aries and of the horses and of the doctor I am afraid of almost every thing But you did those things just as if you were brave Oh yes fhey had to be done whether I Avas afraid or not1 Ilm said Uncle Parsons Dear reader Avhat do you think Was Molly a coward Rose Terry Coote in A7 T Independent BOOK CANVASSING How the Wily trangerto ajstheticism Oscar W de has grown fat and is a KINGS DOMINION A Â¬ -- -- good-for-nothin- g produced pen and ink from a secret recess in his vest Now let me tell you that gall is not such a pre eminent in- Â¬ gredient in a book canvassers make up as you and a great many other persons seem to imagine Our first lessons are taken from the Bible which teaches meekness and humility A real book canvasser never loses his temper he never gets angry he never argues but he gradually leads the conversation into pleasant channels and makes life as agreeable and enjoyable to all around him as he possibly can The only re- Â¬ sistance a true canvasser Avill make to anybody is Avhen his calling is im- Â¬ peached He is early taught to stand up for the honor of his calling in spite of all that may be told him of it There are black sheep in every flock and all men should not be held responsible for the sins of a few The best Avay though to illustrate our teachings is to tell you Iioav we work and all avc do comes out of our course of study as you call it our book of instructions as Ave call it We depend on ourselves to the largest pos- Â¬ sible extent Sometimes Ave have a helper that is a gentleman or lady of a certain neighborhood who in consid- Â¬ eration of a free copy of the book in- Â¬ troduces us to certain people but the great trouble about helpers is that they insist on talking and recommending your Avork after introducing a ou there by displaying their interest and injurÂ¬ ing your prospects It is harder to keep the helpers quiet than to get along without them so I choose not to have them The power of influence we of course fully recognize but it is the influence of example by leaders either in society or business For this reason Ave are always glad to have good names to show some names in the building in the block or in the immediate neighborhood On approaching a gentleman Avhose subscription Ave desire to secure we have several things to consider and I shall mention them in their order We generally ascertain the gentlemans name and Ave make it a point never to forget a name once ac-Â¬ quired It is pleasanter and more ef- Â¬ fective to call a man by his name when you meet him the first time be- Â¬ cause it makes him feel that his im- Â¬ portance is appreciated and that his fame is not confined to his family and immediate friends After meeting him we look him squarely in the eye and without staring him hold him as the ancient mariner held his friend with his glittering orb There is great power in the human eye and besides it shows that you are not doing any thing that you are ashamed of If the person is engaged or too busy Ave try lo make an appointment for some other time If avc are canvassing in families and there are children present Ave notice them and say nice things about their looks or comment on their resemblance to the head of the house The next thing after securing at tention is to create a desire on the part of the person to see Avhat youve got for desire must precede demand That is another of our axioms Wc neer show our books until we have created the necessary desire You may have observed that I tried to keep my port- Â¬ folio hidden by the flap 6f my overcoat When we do show our book Ave do not let it go out of our hands but begin- Â¬ ning at the coA er avc explain all its good points putting our descriptions into the best Avords we can master We keep cool do not hurry are concise and direct in our language and tr ncver to weary or worry our customer Then avo secure the order As soon as the customer shows signs of yielding avc have pen and ink ready avc always carry ink and obtain his signa- Â¬ ture Avhile his mood is favorable After getting the signature avc keep away from the subscriber until Ave aro ready to deliver the book and the de Â¬ livery ia made at a time Avhen avc know the subscriber has money Avhen he gets his salary if a Avorking man and after crop time if he lives in the coun- Â¬ Aeut Acquires the Soft Illaiullsluuents Which Insure Success Well said the canvasser putting his portfolio on an adjacent desk Avhile he presented his autograph album and President Washington made a point of dining on codfish every Satur-Â¬ day Lieutenant N Clinch by the will of Mrs A T Stewart becomes the richest officer in the army Colonel Sir Reginald Ranson the new Lord Mayor of London used to be the best foot ball plaver atE ughy Oakey Hall formerly mayor of New fork has heconie a naturalized English subject He says he never ex- Â¬ pects to see America again N T Mail Mrs John Davis daughter of the late Secretary of State Frclinghuysen and Avell known in Washington social circles has become a hopeless para- Â¬ lytic Osgood Bradbury aa Iio died inNew Gloucester Me a few days ago aged ninety years Avas born in the town Avhere he died His dingAvords Avere Hold me Im falling Maud Smith was a Nashville girl who studied opera and is now on the lyric stage but not as Maud Smith Oh no Her stage name is Silva Dolaro and it should earn her many Hiram P Revels the first colored man elected to the United States Sen- Â¬ o ate is now a farmer in Mis- Â¬ sissippi There have been two negro Senators and thirteen representatives The Boston Budget notes as a sin Â¬ gular fact that two of the biggest men in that city physically and intellectually Rev Phillips Brooks and Judge Horace Gray remain obstinate bachel- Â¬ ors It is said that Hichard H Dana Jr received only 250 for the manu Â¬ script of Two Years Before the Mast The publisher netted over 50000 but Dana never received any thing from him beyond the sum promised General Horace Porter said the other night that no description of a woman could be happier and juster than that famous one Corporeal enough to attest her humanity yet so transparent that the Divine light shines through When Lincoln ran for Congress says the Century Magazine some of the Whigs contributed a purse of s200 to pay his personal expenses in the ean Aass After election Avas over the suc- Â¬ cessful candidate handed back 19925 I did not need it he said I made the cam ass on my own horse my entertainment being at the houses of friends cost me nothing and my only outlay Avas seventy five cents for a barrel of eider which some farm hands insisted I should treat them to Avell-to-d- The carpet in the pprloris no better thaa the the library one can say little more Theres a good one in the dining room although its rather small But the carpet in the nursery is nicest of them floor Of the carpet in Â¬ wall of black With a moat of yellow water four brown path-Â¬ ways running back Through a fearful frightful forest from the iwindows to the door Round four lakes of deep dark water with green griffins on the shore At the corners there are castles and in one King Arthur reigns In the north one is a giant and the south is Charlemagnes Bat the castle in the corner by the closet is the best And from this I rule my kingdom and reign over all the rest But the middle park and palace are a very won- Â¬ drous place Statues vases fairies graces Cowers and bow crs through all the space Tis a garden of enchantment and the dreadful ogress there Is my sister You should see her when she rum- Â¬ ples up her hair Now its very very seldom that Til play with dolls and girls Cause I used to go in dresses with my hair like Marys curls But theres first rate fun in pluying on a rainy indoor day That her dolls a captive Princess to bo res- cued in a fray So with Knights of the Round Table and with Paladins of France Charlemagne and I and Arthur through the wicked wood advance And we always have such contests before all these wilds are crossed With the giant and the griffins that half our knights are lost But at last we reach the portals and the lovely Princess see Then the ogress with her magic captures every one but me And transfored to wood and pewter in her dun- Â¬ geons they repine But I bear away the Princess so the victory Is mine an Theres a palace in the middle circled with a olavs on the fife aad Gfe thimrs with his iack kaift Y to see our father aad oar boe tiMy are both so bfiiful Before long the teacher iH se home and that father The T9om vrm a poor attic graeed Kfth cfeej pictures autuma- leaves awi e4hcHt The tle trifles that cost sothiBg father who was preparing the ereHMg waJ a meal for his motherkss ba rowgfc first glanec only a laborer but before the stragec h heen in the place tea srinRtee the a room became a palace aad JV 31 Examiner magician - ni berie the A Brisk BIfnd Manj A familiar figure in London is that of a bllnrX old man who rus after a dog The blind man has a placard o his chest and in other respects he is like the typical blind beggar Ixit he runs along after his little four footed guide in a veryoriginal fashioa- - Sek guides usually more along at a snails pace this little creature either runs or the pavement titan the foot passengers stand aside to avoid a collisioa Golden Days The result is are eHahled to that the master and dog pass swiftly through great crowds In some of the thoronglifares men with good eye sight move slowly and with diffienitv hut the hegger and besrgar s dog cut a swath wherever they go-The old mans stick is no sooner heart oa hurriedly moves T knock-knock-knocking at a brisk trot Ernsi Whitney in Si Sicltolas 1 BUILDING A RAILROAD Lets get up something new and big AStory Whlcli Explain Some Thlajj and Leaves Other Things for Younsr Wits to 1ind Out Come boys said Will to the oth- Â¬ ers Tm tired of this humdrum play Agreed came froii the others but what shall it be Will A railroad was the prompt re-vh- - HUMOROUS There are many people in this Avorld avIio not having the slightest knowledge of sculpture nevertheless are noticeable for cutting very good figures Elevating Rapture rm happy enough to climb a tree Said Jones Shes plighted her hand to mc Said Brown to Jones Dont be soft headed Youll have more cause when you are wedded Detroit Free Press Aw Cholly whats First Dude the mattah Second Dude Got a bad cold in deah fella bad cold Too bad too bad m boy How did you take such a vulgah thing as that Last night I dreamt I was toboggan Â¬ Omaha World ing Stern Father Young man I saAv you hug my daughter as you took your leaA e la t night YoungMan Well didnt 1 do it scientifically I Avant no insolence you scam You must repress such proceedings Id rather re press the girl Pittsburgh Chroni- Â¬ cle A paper published at Yassar Col- Â¬ lege is authority for the statement that a girl can limit her identical expehses at that institution of learning to twenty-- dollars per annum This allows twenty dollars for chewing gum if she has not been slandered but Ave cant imagine how she invests the other live dollars Xorrislown Herald five Jsursc Oill have to laA e yez mum Lady Why so Mary Ann Nurse Well mum the babys gittin 1 dont see what differ-Â¬ old Lady ence that makes Nurse Why ye sec mum the babys gittin to be a blonde an Oim a brunette We dont look well together Yez 11 have to dye the baby mum or I must lave yez Rambler A minister walking along the road met a wag who said You know the fatted calf that was killed on the re- Â¬ turn of the Prodigal Son Avas it a male or a female It was a female respond Â¬ ed the minister How do you know that the wag asked Because said try -- Objections Oh gracious yes avc hear plenty of objections We are taught to expect them and we train ourselves to meet and answer them In doing this Ave aim to be pleasant and happy Avithout being offensively smart and avc aAoid as far as possible direct answers or labored arguments Agents avIio are afraid to depend on their oAvn facilities in such emergencies have a manual from Avhich they may music Boston Post stud and memorize ansAvers to the orÂ¬ The Influence of Environment dinary objections Avhich are offered St Louis Globe Democrat Rev Thomas Brydgca a missionary in Tierra del Fuego in the large island Marble Cake Whites of four egg- - of Onisin among the Ona and the Yag one cup white sugar half cup butter bons mentions a curious circumstance half cup sweet milk one teaspoonful Avith reference to the people illustrat- Â¬ cream tartar half teaspoonful soda ing the influence of environment on the Black part yelks of four eggs one cup acquirement of habits Between men of brown sugar half cup baking mo-Â¬ and Avonien there is a fair subdivision lasses half cup butter half cup sour of labor Among other things the milk one teaspoonful cinnamon half men make and fit up the canoes but nutmeg one teaspoonful cloves one the women are the rowers The result teaspoonful and a half soda Put the is that the Avomen are good swimmers black and then the Avhite It is very but the men can not swim at all The nice Boston Bulletin reason is that often on the coast there is not a single tree to Avhich to fasten Spanish Buns One pint of flour the canoes The women therefore one piut of sugar one cup of sweet after landing their husbands haAe to milk one cup of butter four eggs row the canoes to a spot where sea Â¬ beaten separately one teacup of yeast weed has been massed together in or- Â¬ one teaspoon each of cinnamon cloves der to moor the canoes thereon after and allspice one grated nutmeg which operation they are compelled to Knead well roll out cut out in large swim back So also when the canoe biscuits let rise and bake Avhen taken is wanted the women haA e to swim from the oven sprinkle Avith white ut for it and row back for their hus- Â¬ sugar Good Housekeeping bands N Y PosU the minister looking the Avag straight in the face I can see the male is alive now N Y Examiner You ought to hear Ru- Â¬ Gertrude binsteins Ocean Symphony Cousin Tom it is perfectly grand Cousin Tom I should think for that sympho Â¬ ny the musicians must have their in- Â¬ struments tuned to the high Cs And then Cousin Tom wondered Avhy Ger- Â¬ trude gave him such a cold stony stare and Avouldnt tell him any thing about Rubinsteins symphony or any other And they all shouted A railroad hurrah boys thats just grand Well do it But avIio knows how Fathers I do came from Will an engineer and you see I hear him talk to mother about it every day ex- Â¬ Your father an engineer claimed several Dont Mike Riley and Tim Sullivan run all the engines And Will answered Avith a loud Ha ha ha Run engines ha ha ha and hi3 vides shook Avith laughter Compare my father to Mike and Tim My father builds railroads An thay all said Oh Bat Avhat is the first thing Will to build a rail- Â¬ road A spade and hoe or Avhat Money ten hundred thousand dol- Â¬ lars and just as much more as you can get lather says you can do any thing Avith money but all the money in the Avorld couldnt have saved little sister Rose from dying At that a large tear came to Wills eye and the boys all looked at him in silence Then he wiped his eyes and Avent on Come boys say Iioav much youll give to the new railroad Thereupon Will smoothed off a spot in the sand and wrote his name and opposite he put The right of way and no charge for engineering And Avhats the right ot way they asked You cant build roads iu the air You must have ground and when you See get it youve the right of way 111 get that from father do wi in the orchard along the trout brook Good for you Will they all shouted Here Rob you sign for the ties Alee for the rails ami Jim for the roll- Â¬ ing stock Dan must build the depot Come up now and sign like men of B liberal and prompt enterprise and Avell have the cars running by the first of June and declare a dividend of fun at least every day All this speech from Will Aad each one avi ote his name under Wills say Â¬ ing what he Avould give or do Then came the avoiiI of command from our young engineer Now to business Each one to his home as fist as his legs Avill carry him and bring an axe or spade or hoe or some tool Ill run to father for the charter whats that Then lets make the dirt fly When I went by a few days after by the foot of the orchard sure enough there they were coats off each one busy as a bee Will acting as engineer The grading whats that Avas nearly all done Will said they Avould lay the ties what are they and rails the next Monday and soon I should hear the Avhistle True to his promise on the appointed day came the toot toot toot louder and louder till the hills sent back the sound I looked and there came the train built of Avood from stem to stern anddraAvn by two stout goats instead of steam Avhile Jim sat on the engine with a tin horn to his mouth his cheeks puffed out like two pumpkins Thats years ago Will is now Mr a lirst-claWilliam railroad man So are some of the others s- DOMESTIC SERVICE The Only Wky ia Which It Caa BJta Passably Pepular There is no question Avhen every thing else has been said that the thing which more than all else operates to keep many women from domestie service is the feeling that it is socially degrading The house servant is conÂ¬ sidered as of a lower caste than the shop girl or factory operative No one can give an intelligent reason why this is so but the fact stands out in sharp distinctiveness It is an utterly un Â¬ reasonable prejudice and it has its influence more or less Avilh all of us And the unfortuuate thing about it is that argument has little weight against prejudice Nevertheless if avc know Avhere the root of the evil lies avc Kin set ourselves to overcome it If it is intrinsically as honorable to prepare the meals for a family and to do the hundred things that go tOAvard making domestic life comfortable as it is to do endless stitch Â¬ ing on undergarments if it requires more intelligence and versatility to be a competent domestic servant than to run a machine Avith its incessant repeti Â¬ tion of the same thing over and over again then let us say so and feel so The unreasonable prejudice may gradu- Â¬ ally be overcome It can not be batter- Â¬ ed down Avith logic we are speaking of society in general but we believe it may be gradually lived down Then we shall have relief for those whose pride keeps them from an occupation ia Avhich they think they will lose caste We shall have also better services than is now too often the ease But this improved fueling for it is feeling more than thinking Avill be a growth hat Ave should aim at is to get it growing vigorousiv as rapidly as possi Â¬ ble Let us add that very much m ay he done here by individual effort Every employer of domestic servants can do much to show that she regards their labors as Avorthy and themselves as entitled to respect She can evince a personal interest in them and can cul- Â¬ tivate in them a Avise self esteem There Is no need of Availing for a com Â¬ bined social movement in this direc Â¬ tion Let individual effort ba put forth and good Avill follow Christian Worker PROPERTIES OF COCOA A South American Traveler With the Stimulant Kxperieuc One of the greatest articles of con- Â¬ sumption of the Indians Is the cocoa leaf It i universally used by them Many do not even knoAV- - Avhat tobacco is The Indians alone ue it The so called bon ton have cast it aside Avrites a traveler in Bolivia I gave it a thorough test desiring to study its properties For five days before start- Â¬ ing I took my regular iig In place of breakfast I consumed about tAvo ounces of cocoa leaves cliPAving them and swallowing the saliva I was asÂ¬ tonished at the result I Avent all day without eating traveling on mule back Iu the eveningl not only felt no bad effect excepting a little restless-Â¬ ness but arrived quite freslu I feel confident that too little attention has been paid to this Invaluable natural stimulant Th Quichois have used it for centuries and have thriven with it They travel forty and fifty miles a day on foot with no other food than a little cocoa tied round their necks in small pouches One of these Ind ians is mom grateful to you for handful of fresli cocoa than for money A- - 11 - V i Journal Bansi Both So Beautiful Tell your mother youve been very good boys to day said a schoolteach- Â¬ er to tAvo little new scholars Oh replied Tommy we havent any mother Who takes care of you she asked Father does Weve got a beautiful fathar You ought to see him Who takes care of you when he is at work He takes all the care before he goes off in the morning and after he comes back at night Hes a house painter but there isnt very much Avork this intcr so he is doing laboring- till spring comes H leaves us a warm breakfast when he goes off and we have bread and milk for dinner and a good supper Avhon he comes home Then ho tolls us stories and AA - Science says that an unsinkable lifeboat recently pateuted by a gentle Â¬ man in Buffalo N Y possesses some novel features The entire lower part of the boat is filled with sheets or slab of cork set up edgewise and fastened together Above this is a filling of rushes net up vertically and having their ends rendered water proof Above the cork and rushes is a Avater tight deck whieh separate- the lower half of the boat from the upper half Avhere eat- are provided for crew and passe a- - - gers Mr Jonas Gilman Clark who recently- gave 1000000 to found a col- Â¬ lege in Massachusetts Avas bora oa farm grew up got a little schooling learned a trade or two sold tinware o his own make to the peddlers opened a rag and junk store which subser quently became a hardware store weat to California iu 1849 made his pSe ia business sold gold during the war at the Avar premium and invested in Gor crnmcBt bonds subseqetlr jba4 lncky iavestments in real estate smi k now worth nobody knows howMieh Boston Heratd There are two feaaale pysieia on the Back Bay Bostoa wko are seJi to make ten thousand- - dollars a toot from thsir profession 2t er- - --j w1 strapped to his shoulders and was evi Â¬ THE GARFIELD FAMILY dently on his way from school I no- Â¬ Ut ticed his beautiful pale face and fine A Glimpse at tlie Haudsonie Home si 7 v Mentor and Its Occupant IMMlMlf carefol cut features as he pushed away the -wei pteta att rr In five years there have been many la neav- leather door and f -- zrr- entered the w WWIWK church Besides we were almost alone notable changes in the Garfield family in the great church except the old There have been no deaths but the EVENLY BALANCED woman who watches for her sous children of whom the father was so fond have grown up The two older e ohiBg but ike doat by pushing back the heavy portier boys have begun a course in the Co- Â¬ wImb sbe sees and if there chance to be no priest at lumbia College Lav- - School and Harry lMiisiolul yhgoDopkic baked beaa hand Xsx guiding a stranger to some chapel or picture inquired for and the elder has been teaching in somo fc svefc as issuieL Idling oer the family an old gray headed man who had been Eastern school Both are graduates of James R Garfield kneeling before theiladonna absorbed Williams College has been studying law with Judge A i TfeaeatbeMa skc out shew her in prayer ever since I entered The Saees4eft little pale boy walked up into the mid- Â¬ Boynton in Cleveland and is looked dle of the churcli placed his chair for upon by friends of his father as tha A r noBTorMWomtMty asteuskes her sex kneeling directly before the 3ladonna son most like him in ever- way He has his fathers size complexion vrenmvrology 1s likely to perplex J back of the high alter dropped upon eyes and manner Both sons are now his knees and covering his face with 1fee eacrra vet fh Iaic Sba iakaww both hands seemed as entirety lost in men and have it is said great am- Â¬ TtothcyP f tfcchesseielfl ias its start prayer as the old man had been In bition Miss Mollic the only daughter is now a voung woman taller than her 1 sail roons strict Aerotios she is always his pale face his evident deep feeling and his appeal to the Madonna I read mother and has about finished her K a S4Ey well perkaps the as plain as words could studies The two younger sons have told it Abram and Irwin the bom latter named the Eton- - of a motherless bo- - on 1m for General Irwin McDowell are old Fronir fe sfee wield the scepter la the way to his home where he would not enough to enter a school on the Hud- Â¬ Satatkoamr itsAetsjBOBeaaeus vritk dustier find her and had stopped to get com Â¬ son and left home for their duties fort from the good Madonna to whom BrBUB kreeBa StMUhemaa fee aatnawalaHzes aeedatsit every Italian child learns to appeal is there recently They had never been away from home alone before r je-- teee paraWe with twenty taoasaad faniiliarty and with the same confl Since the preliminary education of uence as to his mother alters C her crera Abram and Irwin in the Cleveland A TT Sdlatc in DdroU Tree Prett On one of these days I saw in St 4m iro OOftRMPOKDEHTS 1 MWi HOME FARM AND GARDEN MM iZ- C oLl bl aMBam aMVaWaaamaW rr a -- - Tltf -- PICTTJEES m Peters a pilgrim EOME then Drawn with the Loving Pen of man ofHe was a verj handsome young fine cut features that realty Foreign of the olden times I was told he liad come from Spain all the way in the guise in which he was Wanderer Rtifol Street Still Sees itt Whs SCirrht Be Types fcr Kapfasl A Middle Age Pilgrim CfeHdrea its f fC often see the most touching traits of ldadaess manifested Tjj Italian chil tiren I seldom very seldom hear a ckiteLcry- - almost never see two chil- Â¬ dren quarreling There are no pictures f Italy rkat I so often wish I could traHer to my friends at home as sceaes in which children are the act iBg characters A few days since it was a bright afternoon and instead of the Vatican tfce capitol or churches to see niost of r little party had shopping to do I ia4 been looting over Hans Ander- Â¬ sons pictures of Koman life in his Improvisatorc the most perfect tab- Â¬ leaux vivanls of Eome that anj- - writer even Hawthorne has ever drawn Hawthornes arc in quite another style 2crfect of their land hut Hans Ander m raakes 3 ou sec Itome You catch the living manners as the rise as no other writer pictures them I started alone not Irnowing or caring whither my steps would lead me I think sympathy with the child life of the Improvisatore led me to where the opening 3 ears of his were passed and into scenes that made his pictures- - as re d as if they were actually passing before me- - I found myself in the piazza Barberini and without at all looking for it at the corner of the viaFclico and beside the fountain that he describes on the first page of his story where nhe water pours through the pipes out of the wall down into a tone basin If I can only by my suggestions get 3 011 to read the story m letter will not be a lost work Two children were playing at the fount Â¬ ain and several others just around all evidently of the poorer class But the children at the fountain especially atÂ¬ tracted my attention One was a little girl who must have been of about the aiue age as my little church acquaint Â¬ ance She was in charge of a little brother six possibly eight years old She wanted to play with the falling streams of water But she was by this wetting her 7rcii7io apron as the brothor kept telling piccina mia preziasa niia cara carissima mia 1113 little one precious one dear one in the softest tcuderest tones that were like the music of a flute of wetting But she regardless persisted put-Â¬ her apron in ting through her hands the streams of the bright water and was crying and sobbing to have such a J03 takeu from her I stopped to see the fountain that the Improvisatore re- Â¬ grets should have been left out of the engraving of the Piazza and became interested in the two children and the tender care of the boy over his little sister and his efforts to keep her out of the water His sweet voice and the terms of endearment he used to persuade her went to my heart It was little of what he said that I could understand but I caught the endearing terms he used and the childs voice was a language that interpreted his words But when lie raied his head turned toward me and lifted his cap as I spoke to the little one cning for the bright water his face was such a dream of beaut as it scorned to me I had never realized in It is no won- Â¬ autuaL fleslry cliildhood der that Raphael and Correggio could jMiiut angels and beautiful Christ chil Â¬ dren if they could paint portraits for I have never been into the streets am Tvhcre in Italy but I have seen chil- Â¬ dren jis beautiful as any angels or Christ child that ever glowed on airy painiers canvas 1 laid a big penny in the little girls hand with which to buy some eake at a shop near by This dried her tears 1 ticked of the little bo which street led where I wished to go and left them the brother trving to persuade the little one to sa grazia to the signora who had given her the penny for cake and to explain to metliathe did not willing Â¬ ly make his little sister cry but mamma had intrusted her to his care and he rmttl not let her wet her clothes as she was doing I left them but iievci to forget the scene upon which 1 hadrhanced as we call clurncc nor the beauty of that bovs angel face as he lifted his cap to me looking up from the basin of the fountain over which he was bending Sure I am that I shall find tnat face again or what it meant io me as sure as Robert Browning is when he crushes the gerauiumleaf into the hand of dead Evehn Hope 1 went into the church of the Capuch Â¬ ins that afternoon also where I found the little Improvisatore or his dou- Â¬ ble again It was about four oclock and was already growing dark in the ihnreh when a little boy who could not have been more than six years old re in He had his little sachel I -- denotes a noble and I observed that Ins hands as he clasped his book for I stood very near him were veiy deli catety formed and could never have been used to manual labor His dress was goat skin and his feet entirety bare not having on even the sandals the barefooted friars wear He had his pilgrims staff with a crucifix at the end of it and the small gourd for dipping water from the brooks or streams he was passing as his needs might be He had also a little sack quite similar to those our post men carry strapped to his shoul- Â¬ der Going from chapel to chapel in the church he knelt before the altar sometimes for a long time seeming en- Â¬ tirely unmindful of the people and wholly absorbed in pra3er There was no expression of cant in his face or manner but true devotion He might have passed for one of the pictures of St Francis in the churches and he seemed like a figure stepping out of one of the pictures of scenes of the middle ages more than an- - thiug I have yet seen in Rome L H S in Detroit Tribune INGENIOUS SMUGGLERS A Custom Hotifte Officer Tell How They Defraud the Government A recent article on female suur ot -- glers reminds me that there are hun- Â¬ dreds of thousands of dollars worth of jewelry smuggled into Xew York Cjt every year and that the methods em- Â¬ ployed to defraud the Government ure as various as the ingenuity of the crooked human mind can suggest The value of jewelry can well be expressed by the phrase multuvi in parvo for it does not require much space to con Â¬ American Harvesting Machinery in Aus ceal 5000 worth of it t rutin Men used to import diamonds in Australian papers just received announce their hair until that method became so the award of the Kational Gold Medal to well known that few attempt it now Aultmax iliLLKv Co of Akron O for their Those who make a regular business of as theLight Drafl Buckeye Folding Binder result of the National field trial held smuggling often have an accomplice in December last The following cut from 1SSQ of among the steerage passengers of the the Melbourne Argus the December 16 be of giving particulars of contest will vessel in which they come over and interest The Argus says The field trial or reapers and binders in they sew jewels into the ragged cloth- Â¬ connection with the National Show at ing of an immigrant whom no one Khepparton was held on Tuesday the 14th would suspect of carrying about such insL on Mr Guthries farm about two Owing to the miles from Shepparton valuable articles pressure of harvest work crops in all diOne person not very long ago had rections being ripe the attendance of farma number of diamonds concealed under ers did not exceed 159 but great interest was taken in a porous plaster oh his back Informa Â¬ late show the the proceedingstheAs at tho judges placed Hornsby tion regarding him was sent from one machine first MCormick second and the the rjpreseua of the cities on the other side but he Woods third being Buckeye the cold and left outin tive disliked succeeded in eluding the officials and demanded a field trial as provided by tho brought his diamonds into the city rules the MCormick also sharing in the prizes He was closely watclied however and protest so the triaL were held over pendThe crop was ripo ing the field he had no sooner divested himself of wheat and the land was so rough that his plaster than the officials pounced none of the machines could show very low clods upon him and seized his contraband cutting and the jolting over the hard hines was tolerably severe on horses ma wares The marks on his body where nnd drivers Two oclock v is the hour fixed tho the diamond had rested were quite for the trial but as the T ickeye waswas only machine then readj- a delay plain caused by the Hornsbj- - and MCormick preThe most popular methods now arc experts giving their machines a crop liminary run in the adjoining block of to conceal valuable articles in objects and a start was not made until a quarter whollv dissociated with the smuler past three The five judges gave great attention to their duties and Diamonds have been imbedded in little onded by the sub committee were ably secappointed by sticks of wood and either floated ashore the society and the seeretaryMr Harold or earned in some less risk- - wav B Turnley About two acreswerc allotted machine and they finished in One smuggler some vears aro to each 1 hour 10 the following order Buckeye brought over an English cart on which minutes Hornsby 1 hour 19 minutes The two MCormick 1 hour 20 he was quite willing to pay duty but latter machines were minutes by three drawn not on the diamonds concealed in the horses each while two lighter horses felloes under the tires One ingenious worked the Buckeye binder with equal decision of the judges was based person once constructed a kaleido Â¬ ease The on the following scale of points scope which he filled with broken bits of ghiss diamonds sapphires and oth- Â¬ er precious stones He was discovered 51 because he was a little to anxious to ex-Â¬ 5 5 s5 5 s hibit it and to pay duty on it for we now that it is quite a favorite know method to conceal one dutiable article Maximum points 13 15 10 5 50 5 10 5 5 50 15 15 Buckeve within another 15 5 3 15 5 Hornsby Sometimes people are willing to MCormick 10 15 5 5 37 2 suffer considerable bodily discomfort The Judges Messrs A Kinkaid 11 even pain for the sake of cheating the Wilkinson J Grieve J Mlntyre and J Government One man some years M Guinness thus awarded the Buckeye the first prize with the maximum number ago bedded a valuable diamond in the of points Hornsby second with 43 and flesh of his arm He was closely ex-Â¬ MCormick third with 37 adding that the work performed was the amined and he complained of the boil ever seen and their decisionbest they had vas cheered with which he was afflicted It struck by the farmers present one of the officers that the boil va a Shaved with lumice Stone very peculiar one and a doctor was i Ever hear of a man shaving himself asked an Ogden called He soon found the jewel in the with a pumice stone Herald of smugglers arm He must have ex Â¬ avenue barber is a a Chicago over here reon carpenter porter There pended much thought time and pa- Â¬ Jane street who has not touched his skin tience to make the artificial alment with a razor for six months yot his face is always as smooth as a womans Threo with which he was afflicted The adage that the opportunity times a week he sits down upon the bench of in his bhop and makes the thief is shown to be Avell stone held tightly with a pieceindexpumice finirer between his founded in this matter of smuggling and thumb he will slowly rasp the sti bblo diamonds It can be easily done and off his chin and chops He says he cm in this half tho innumerable persons make themselves shave himself require manner in a razor would him thereby while in regard to time itabout there being anywith criminals money in a Talk more bulky goods that can not be con- Â¬ barbershop Its all bosh It wont bo men will bo shaving themlong cealed so well they affect scrupulous selvesbefore sponges and cutting their hair with Jewelers Weekly honesty with an egg beater Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I -I posing home in the country although the new part is behind and wholly subservient to the old house in which the President lived This still remains the head and front of the Garfield home although remodeled to conform with the addition A 30000 addition to a 5000 house is a curiosity in modern architecture but sentiment for the past and its illustrious dead inspired it There are probably sixty rooms in both new and old houses The- - re all furnished in modern style and Avith considerable elegance and there is an air of aristocracy about the interior which Garfield did not know in his own home Although the house is far in the countrv it has all the conveniences of a citv home in plumbing gas-fi- tting and steam heating A natural gas well has been bored on the farm and the yard is kept lighted day and night The main entrance is through the old house In the hall facing the door is Grandma Garfields old wall sweep clock which her husband brought home just sixty years ago It is still the standard time ol that house and keeps on ticking just as it did when the President was born To the left is the smoking room which is a lounging room for the family James being their only one who smokes To the right is the old parlor now a reception room and rich in relics of the dead It was once his study Bibles and other books are upon the tables and the furniture is much the the same as wnen the family left for Washiugton Ladies World Â¬ Â¬ mblic schools the mother has had no lirther desire to live in a city She has ordered her mansion in Cleveland sold and has decided to make her future home in Mentor She has here added to the modest frame house of her husband a Queen Anne structure which cost 30000 It is the most im Â¬ i Novzxbeb 1SS0 Thoaaas Tocwey Scott The Way ofMamrnas Im Depot Putnam Co w va wrote Anxious Daughter Mother did papa bed with sciatica amusing St Jacobs OiL For a change the center of apple ha writes Three pic is now cut out aud the hole filled have Kis salary increased when he was Oct 25th 1S58 got me out asd cured rub- Â¬ bings with it se The in am ear in with some delicious jelly I1oreturn Omaha Matron Iso my child Caterer We have used Red Star Cough Cure I dont suppose he had any money write tho Sisters of the Notre Dame SWAYNCS M M Eor light colored paint use nothing saved up did he Govanstowu MX for the cure of coughs stronger than warm water and soap Xotapenny he spent all he earn- Â¬ oppression of the chest and Sor8 throat Always wipe dry with a clean cloth Price twenty tivo cents a bottle Y0uFU6r- - emwk wWIACEAA This prevents any appearance of smear ed Did you get along comfortably Wnx is a had governess like a good onJ the 3 ircHEEJirw- - irUWrlfcl I iness We were very happy One misguides the tther guides misses To apply a mustard plaster so as Herald Ar Well you know George hasnt been not to blister the skin mix the mustard The Proper Study of Mankind i Mar with the white of an egg instead of wa Â¬ able to save a cent but See here if that poverty stricken savs the illustrious Pope If ho had iu ter The plaster will draw thoroughly lREST0flR j eluded woman in the list he would have without blisteriug the most delicate fellow dares to show his face here been nearer the truth if not so poeticaL again Ill get your father to kick him Dr Pw V Pierce has made them both a life g skin study especially woman and the peculiar Omaha World out For worms in horses the following derangements to which her delicate sys-Â¬ tem is liable Many women in the land remedy is recommended Poplar bark Is This So who are acquainted with Dr Pierce only six ounces tartar emetic two ounces through his u Favorite Prescription bless into A few CUREFOft mix and divide into eight parts giving our handsjyears ago a little book fell of a him with all their hearU forhe has brought T1EBSEAT Â¬ recounting the experience for one part daily in grain Detroit Trib- Â¬ certain prominent ousiness man from them the panacea theirall those chronic ailsex such aa leucor ments peculiar to which it appeared that as with most rhcea prolapsus and other displacements une too close bloating internal fever It is claimed lettuce planted early Americans his health attention to business ulcerationto internal cancer and other ail-Â¬ The doctor said he tendency had broken in the spring between the rows of could not live He then stated that he used ments Price reduced to one dollar By a certain which effectually cured strawberry plants will proteet the lat-Â¬ him and article gratttudo for his own re- Â¬ druggists Ajlxifolsturbtiaeitch wH K out of stinsiajr SKt at iSt gjBB ter from the ravages of white grubs covery ho determined to devote a portion His iifea perpetual grind the miller orsc7ecr3tcki3S which prefer the roots of the lettuce 0 of his fortune to spreading its merits be- If T Graphic to If allowedandccnttauataiuorsloraa wtjcirv the tHl uicrran fcecomln Trot Times fore we world it we said those of the strawberry This Is evi Â¬ read As rVL SWAYSKS OISTJtXS vC StopsicbiBSfcleiacHal MDr An Ohio fruit grower says he finds dently a shrewd expression of a commer- Â¬ rfirfcjIW nlccraguflBdiapaar I nkrvSv cial motive it sounds well it reads well Suffering Womanhood raspberries not an expensive crop to but many people will not believe it LrlrvJs cases kho j3 ttoytfuvKETt raise but that they require a great deal In a few years however that man got famous th world over Ho gave several of vexatious and tedious labor lie hundred thousand dollars to astronomical toToo much effort can not bemado to bring the attention of suffering womanhood the netted one hundred and twenty sin research and his name became a house- Â¬ great value of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegeta- THE0LDESTMEDXINESIKJISLSGLMYWUS9ST5 dollars from an acre of blackcaps in hold word in nearly every home in the ble Compound as a remedy for the diseases United States one season Hundreds of thousands of people to day of women Such an one is the wife of Gen- Â¬ Have you ever seen fowls stagger without reservation say that to this man eral Barringer of Winston N C and W3 they owe lives unable to walk and suddenly topple aloneten men their collected together the quoto from tho Generals letter as follows are If over This is vertigo The lower chances are that if one man accidentally Dear Mr3 Pinkham Please allow me to lobe of the brain is diseased To cure refers to Warners safe cure seven of them add my testimony to tha most excellentÂ¬ medicinal qualities of your Vegetable Comown give three grains of bromide of potash will bo able to tell from their ofexperi- pound Mrs Barringer was treated for CUflES WS5E All EIS FAHS ence or from the experionce their Best Cough Syruf Taaten good un daily You will be surprised to see friends of marvelous results which that several years for what the physician called IdbydraopstB in time how quickly relief will come Aincri remedy has wrought Lcucorrhcea and Prolapsus Uteri com- Â¬ Nothing has ever been put on tho market can Dairtpnan we are told the sale of which has been so bined 1 sent her to Bichmond Va where this and kept up so wonderfully It used to be thought that only great is evidence that merit is at and bot- she remainedanfor six months under the the alone treatment of eminent Physician without sand Avas suitable for garden purposes tom of its popularity HAIKSSVniE N Jy I any permanent benefit For very early forcing some mixture of In our tiles wo find many an advertise- to try your medicine and She was induced f October 15 13SG after a reasonable house sand is advantageous But heavy soils ment from thisused and Somo people havo timo commenced to improve and is now believed have havo been cured E T Hazzi tixe even clay are good when well drained others have disbelieved have not used and ablo to attend to her business aad consid- Â¬ Warren Pa and by some practical gardeners are died manufacturers have stated as the ers herself fulbj relbtrd GeneralBarrin Ikar Sir The preferred for the bulk of their later result of their most careful investigations ger is the proprietor of tho American HoÂ¬ I was taken with a very severs cold last Spring key tel Wiaston N C and i3 widely known that tho condition of the kidneys is the Western llural plantings and tried every euro ws to health and that they know if tho kid- Â¬ had in the store and could In experiments made by the French neys are maintained in health by Warners get no help Government a minimum quantity of sale cure ninety three per cent of diseases I had our village doctor would disappear salt allowed daily to cows produced prescribe for me but kept The uric acid or waste of tho system getting worse I saw an-Â¬ the greatest How of milk Oxen fed left in the blood by what may be called other phvsician from Port constipated kidney s blocks up the system the same amount present Sleek coats Jervs If Y and he told and carries disease to every organ mo he used Pisos Cure while others receiving no sait were This statement made time and time Sialic Brleht Soar for Consumption in his ill conditioned The again is so full of senso that it is now ac- Find pleasure In Its hitppy IT you are la mangy rough and mulie ti- - Chlltlre t practice cepted as a scientific truth by insurance amount allowed was For fattening companies who reject millions of risks need ufa new set or Mnglns Kook examÂ¬ I bought a bottle and before I had taken all of stall oxen two and one half ounces everyyeir if thero is the least inactivity of ine the following a change it there wasThen got for St Ft 3 Of PrOmiSfi IlTeVandConference each per day fattening pigs one to these organs tho better I tny The public is tired of the wrangles of Meetings lly J II Tenner and K A llofflnan employer to order a quan Â¬ two ounces according to size sheep this school and of that school and it is Price 00 cents per dozen 3D Songs of puohise till tity of the medicine and book and one half an ounce and horses and quick to recognize anything that has such they have a great varietr this beautifulcontributed havinsr been kep it in stock I took conceded merit and on thi3 ground alone by many able writers The book has 1C3 pages and mules one ounce one more bottle and my can we accouitt for its extraordinary sales hymn each with its own tune Music and Cough was cured words mostly new and popularity Kespectfully FOWLS ON THE FARM Singing on the Way Fraxk 3IctIeivt A slip of hc pen a young porker brook Price Scents per doienSUO Dividing Poultry in Small flocks and Fre Â¬ Boston DuVein A capiai book containing ltl paces of excellent 1 1 tfmvftkw r QNtmeN H I a i ITCHING PILES r7toMrra 7TBa 1 1 il Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ BETCrabmaMHal Â¬ Â¬ TOtrR Sunday School Â¬ 111 m JZrIZJi quently Providing New Knns An English authority in relation to keeping poultry on farms objects to the management there The same will ap Â¬ ply to many farms in the United States Too many fowls are kept in one Hock and little attention is given to the plain requirements necessary to success in the way of feeding can shelter etc The gist of the whole argument is below The wav in which fowls are general ly kept on farms is not conducive to success as they are allowed all to run together and roost in any shed or house whether suitable or otherwise has been a laborious and costly work but the end justifies the effort Obstruction in any important channel means disaster Ob-Â¬ structions in tho organs of the human body bring inevitable disease They must be cleared away or physical wreck will fol- Â¬ low Keep the liver in order and the pure bood courses through the body conveying health strength and life let it become dis- Â¬ ordered and the channels are clogged with impurities which result in disease and No other medicine equals Dr death Perces Golden Medical Discovery for acting upon the liver and purifying the blood CnESTNCT Blowing Up Hell Gato ong- hymns and occasional pieces such as will be welcomed lit the Sunday school Each piece may be played upon the organ Sunday Schools By L Sung WO Snip o o Kmeon and W F fchr win price 35 cents per dosca 3f0 A hook that U intended to lift the serrice of song in the Sabbath school abOTe the ordinary level without puttinr it beyond the reach of the Tast ma-Â¬ jority Classes In Sunday Crafri schools rrcStl ETInurare For InfantBy Emma Pitt Price 25 cents per dozen 240 A dainty little book as full as it can hold of sweet melodies with pretty verses set to tbsm such aa every child will understand and enjoy - CURES WKEBE All ELS FAttS Best Couh Syrup Tastes good Use 1 n tune fcoia Dy arcapse riuncibi CO BOSTON OLIVER D1TS0N S5T Broadway New York Co CHDITSOX minstrel heir the son of a negro v The Groat Hursef y af Aferchant Traveler HORSES 200 Imported Brood 3faies not wanted for other purposes This is a mistaken system is it is much bet- Â¬ ter to divide them into flocks of fifty to one hundred each and place them in different parts of the farm The reason why fowls pay better in this way can only be attributed to the greater purity of atmosphere in the rooting house when few are kept but whatever is the cause it is a fact that more ggs are laid the fowls thrive better and there is less risk of disease The house can be built of wood made roughly and cheaply but yet comfort- Â¬ able for the birds and can also be placed upon wheels so as to be easily moved from place to place We have seen a capital plan adopted with great success namely giving the fowls fresh runs every year and grow Â¬ ing crops on the land last ued by them In one instance where tins has been tried vegetables are grown with the result that the crops are very heavy indeed and disease has been unknown We do not see whv grain or roots could not be made to follow in the same way and it ma be that some day poultry will form one of the series in the rotation of crops By this mean- - the land would get well manured by the fowls and before be Â¬ ing again used for them would be sweetened by the crops grown thereon In this way thousands of fowls could be kept in every district to the direct advantage of the producer and to the indirect benefit of the people gener-Â¬ ally It may not be generally known that fowls do little or no harm to growing crop- - in one respect and a great deal of good in another as they clear tho ground of slugs and worms and if the plants are four to six inches above the ground they do not peck at them Xot long ago a farmer told us that he al- Â¬ lows the hens to wander all over the root crops as soon as the plants are four inches above the ground and never found them to do the least harm Farm Field and Stockman -- No Trouble to Swallow Dr Pierces Pellets the original little liver pills and no pain or griping Cure sick or bilious headache sour stomach and cleanse the system and bowels 25 cents a vial It is the empty heart that aches The head is different V 0 Tkaijune the okli Tans dark by the use of Halls Hair Reuewer Pectoral hair will become moist and For sudden colds hoarseness or irrita- Â¬ tion of tho throat take Avers Cherry A iumst proceeding eating in a res taurant whose lorks need replatiug New Haven Xcics Drt and gray Neither are all prepared remedies unreliable This is proven by the results follow ing the use of Dr Harters Iron Tonic for dyspepsia rheumatism scrofula jaundice torpid liver and general weakness TnE man who commits suicide by han mj dies of his own free will aud a cord All Men ure not Had Â¬ Will purify the BLOOD regulati the LIVER and KIDNEYS and Restore the HEALTH andVia OR of YOUTH DjsrpsiaWan of Appetite IndigetionLack ot acrengts ana Tirsd reeling ao eciuteiy cured oce ens clea and nerrwi receiTO new force EnliTn the mind and snsDlies Brain Power Suffering from complaint -m will find peculiar to th I m S3 3 a aaf o and speedycura T02IC Gif a clear heal thj complexion Freqoeat attempts at conntrf tit mgonljadd to tho popularity of the original Do not experiment get the Original and Best RON TONIC irsr LlBGMjUlfcK9v All Aces both S irtSTOCJC i v mm CCcre ConstlpatlonLiver Complaint and Siekl B Headache Sample Dcso cad Dream Book Imcllcd oa receipt of two cents tn postage THE DRHARTER MEDICINE COMPANY St Louis Ma Or HARTERS LIVER PILLS V from Franeeall recorded ith extended pedfarreaa lm tfcl Fercteron Stud Boots The Fcrcheroa U ta oaiy arall breed o Franc possesrfnsr a stadtwok that haa 134 nppors and endorsement of ta French GoTjrnasRU Snd for ISO pago Catalosne ICtatrattoaa 30O to 400 1TIPORTE ANNUALLY Baaer f Fon Gorans and Throat Di uso Bitowxs I5roxchiii Tuociies onnsn3 Have never changed my mind roipectinjr them except I think better of that which I beznn thinking well of Rev Ifennj Ward Beechcr Sold only in boxes Price 25 cts A ter U COCKLES ANTI BILIOUS I I Lm I yow map g rrsErrx with Th Mr If X dr Miration MSSTA IW11 riblnMIIXT JAK0TA lonTH V DUNHAM Wayne DuPase Co Illinois M W lr IIAH WASHES ttpg of tho loit xprcss - people tin type 50c Roches Por Lirer Bile Indlpestlon etc Free from Mercury contains only Pure Vegetable Inrrwlient Agent C1IAS X CIUTTEXTOX XEW TOttK THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY PILLS 2 and La ir friee Xallrd otry THE EST Paele C CKAZ1MC AGRICULTURAL PKX TO SET1XHB BER LANDS MAIUU FREE Addrea s iZZdCom V K Jfc ST PACT JUX CarenimfBt CTaS i I a4 l WESTERLY GRMfTE CQg Office 10 West 23rd Street New York City Contractors for all kinds of Building and Monu- Â¬ mental work in Genuine Westerly and other hlica sradetranites Direct importers of Polished t umns Pilasters and Monuments in the Celebrated tfvoteh Red Grunltr- - Estimates promptly furniateed- 1 Remedy for Catarrh months treatment for - Sold by druggists A auctioneer docs as he is bid a post man as he is directed Good Advice Pisos MEXSOaN WaR SOLDIERS ho ran widows ire how ekiitih to Write io Use Hales Honey of Horehound and Tar for a cough or cold Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute Baton Courier Max wants but little here belo- w- zero j and their Her Pension Incrcadt Rejected cases reopeneiL Free advire promptly given otgijgii PENSION TUCKER EVANS Attorneys WASIIINCTOV Box 5S3 D r and Ronnty secured for Soldiers of last war Tension O C IJUARRiES AND WtKUS paksAii stiaL TOO -- UUhatlte z ASTHMA POPHAJTS A5THXA SPECITIC 4fc IfcfVH Jyanz cures couzas colds pneumonia asthma irhooplnf consh and all diseases of the Throat Cheat and Wra and SLOT Br Kalis Ualaam for tao I aW jjtays-Svwy- Juns 11 liK5y i vnun HIGHEST J Â¬ Â¬ John D Lankerman of Philadel- Â¬ A Rather Delicate Question -- -- -- phia has given one million dollars for the institution of a German Hospital in that city in which deaconesses of the Lutheran Church will be employed as nurses About every other day we read in the market reports that apples are quiet Why shouldnt they be quiet Why should an apple kick up a row in the market m m A woman living in Olalia Ors has killed seven bears this winter A French witness was asked the ques- Â¬ Ha tion whether he ever went to church said to the examining counsel Mr P Sair I object to answer do kestoon it is The counsel in- Â¬ not a proper kesteon I appeal to sisted and uie witness said juur honneur if it is a propair kesteon The judge ruled that the question was a proper one and must be answered and thereupon the witness with utter uncon- Â¬ sciousness of his blunder said convul- Â¬ sing the crowded court with laughter I deaffair from your honneur if it is not a proper kesteon for if I say no dee eyes of le whole court is upon me if leay yes I Times tell a lie The Reward of Enterprise No farmer ever yet had enough ma Â¬ nure and one may well excuse a lu ish expenditure for fertilizers to eke out the supply meager enough as compared with the hungry calls of the land But when a farmer pays out 100 for fertilizers he has nothing to show for it but his odoriferous sacks and his increased crops This result is of itself satisfactory as far as it goes but it goes only half far enough The farmer who spends 100 in bran or cottonseed or linseed meal and use up his straw for feeding with his hay tnd grows roots and gathers the ma- Â¬ nure from all this feeding and makes ompost with such raw materials as ae can procure has big heaps of this o look at for his 100 but in addition ae has some fat cattle or sheep or but er to sell which brings back the 100 svith interest and the manure is a oonus thrown in as a reward for his enterprise and industry and good man- Â¬ agement Trulv the old saving should be cherished as the leading article in die creed of every farmer Y dy know n for Rheumatism lleuri- y Neuralgia Lum Irv baro Backache Weakness col in the chest and all FEED MILES aches and pains Endorsed bySKX Physicians and Drug f on application VTTLSOX gists or the highest repute Ben on s Plasters prompt- Â¬ ly relieve and cure where other plasters and jrrcasjr I alrcs liniments and lotions nre absolutely ueles Beware of imitations under similar soundin names uch n CapIeuro Cajniriii Capineasthey r utterly orthless and intended to deceive Ask ton o other Alldrupirits Hudsons ad bhABLUV JOnSbON Proprietors ev Tork HR Â¬ OF MEDALS IS A5XEXCICA AXD EUJEOIJE Tin neatet quickest safest and mot powerful rem AWARDS ftER 1 leading to Connmptlon Price 23c Illuminated boots burnished free Jonx F IIexet Co- - New Tork SO TXABSan tsoiaby alrai9- - TKL11 PACKAGE a34 rmapaie J JtM T Mail and tor Yn Facials aad Tit X IT ry saw jlrr prom pC aad pouilra reSlcfla rrrleanat aalCrSaUClABISCaealTW tT I nt urmilltllUC glllhhl TPOPHJLMCO PHILADKLFHU Jl JONES PAYSthe FREIGHT 5 WaKOE Ira Tar Taa Levers GRIND your own Bont GIIVHLYM Floar and Cora n the 5 3BCVXVXZk Wilsons Patent l per cent men made in keenine poal-Alo rOWEK MILLS and FAKM CIrcilars and Testimonials sent SSOSatontra VJV 2a sad Steel bub cor Ibr Bttriatr Don 2 Scale Xrery St e Sell eatua null tfeit sier aad xAdrry 3f BI9MAMTM far fro rl PENNYROYAL PILLS tkz CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS am Best Couijh Syrup Tasessood Use in nme sola ty arumnst U B Hfc jg fJJ a- M county Salary 75 per month and eipenses or a larse commission on sales if preferred Goods itapfe Every one buTs Outfit and particulars Free STAMARD SILVEBWABE CO SOSTO Mass iFEEFSSEk WE WANT YOUIrepresent us in every employment to TIio Original and Only GeRHiae Always Reliable Beware of wnM Imitation La Ilea alc your Irwir Ut for MCaleltetra ExHfc and take no other or tnco4 4c stamps to us for par Xaxk Pamjc ticularslnleterbv n tana mall CHEMICAL CH1CHKSTEK CBMPV 313 MkIImm mre faUadelaMa Pa Th nczfet everywhere- - Ask for CWlnr Sold by CHICHESTERS ENGLISH BEST we ever choicest old i W Iff T frti cr fiFFiiSHia FROJTORNAMENTALTBEESSRAPE VINES At m tera KaelLhTeaajrojainUc Takenootiter IR- - Joseph a Skwaix TRSArrsr os HOG CHOLERA Its PKEVKVTIOX 8ntFree TKE STORES ApTHIXG tIX THE NURSERY LTXE LXconuYlaTfeTaod 33d YEAR frw wwirm 1 SJontssCo BlooKlogeaIlt kCUCinH O Officers pay bounty P1 reliATedr Vt MmalUnd cured V t vmi- TiTijf new laws A W 3tcCa SniYnrin fe Writs and C i-m aad CURE - for circulars si tCK i Trfthout first Trritiajr HAIR 1 ta-KV-n-r-n OadnnatU O-- WaskiasWcD- - C Wis Bangs andWaTesteaSC OS- where WuoJealeaertretaiIprtce B UStreluACur3Wabaa aTaiea SOX ay ttre 700 ACRES HARRISON CO PJUNESHUf ML fsmiiacd Write VaxxxnxxBsosJaaTlUeWia on J arses KiverTa is Oarotoat Colony lllnatrated Circular FARMS J F XJLSCSLX ClarewH ir Ta- gt - vaaiUimm Why did the Women of this country use over thirteen million cakes of Procter Gambles Lenox Soap in 1886 Buy a cake of Lenox and you will soon understand why - 5 exctstxx airen uu muckc tta TO S9 DAT Saaelea srortH ST9 FREE Lines not under the aerre feet Wriss JL for Sale WIad KMfcseeier 1 soliTAJCMS AXKXandS CouatyWaafetaftMc wlte boowdac markets Cltr Iwt stamp U2SLIK for a yon will Sad jast waatyo wa dresJinglntalmeDtDealcraSaa plyCo Wwnfa uNK E WKEf WKITIG T ATXKTHls atate that tow saw taa Ait y HniT -- llta -c r to i- - V a Q M AT FROZEN CREEK HAS BROKE - B BP BBBBBiffl ft- - r J - - ABE NOW BECEIVIK W AND OPENING A FRESH STOCK OF SPUING STYLES AND STAPLE GOODS CONSISTING IN PART GE DAY BROS c RICHARD HANKS - i - at SS3- - r N - - ana Caps Hats qtIONS and Shoes Bwts jrY ides gg qiLS -- Patent Medicines Hardware Queensware Chinaware Tinware Gorceries Hazel Geeen Herald totter Does anyone think which they are selling at prices to suit he times Country Produce Live Stock and Timber taken in exchange for goods If you want bargains be sure to call Day Bros- - Mouth Frozen Creek Breathitt County Kentucky Yr J Always in Atfrznce for U3 to furnish a thousand papers with j it would bepofsible FESfCER COOPER Ed mmmmm X HAZEL GREEN KY WEDNESDAY APEIL IS 1887 OUR AGENTS he foil owing persons haTe consented te act m agent for The Hebjllu and wiM forward all subscriptions from the YMpective places ffOLFE JL P Bvrd Campton PL Vest Gillmore MofcOAX Win Xrrtins Caney no means to buy the material We are poor and have no income whatever save j tne pittance or pront we maice oy prim ing mis paper ana we cannot taKe any subscriptions on time for the very reason that we ean not buy the material that way to furnish them Having made this explanation we urgently requestall those who wish to continue taking the paper to come forward with the price of it and taking it for granted that those who do not pay up do not wish to take it any longer we shall take their names from Smith P Kerr Manufacturer of 60 Best Grades of Fuf Tli row mm itll AKD DEALER IX flfffiffflBBHBBlMlllSM BfiBPflKlfcSSiAvS B55n5c Grain Feed WINCHESTER KY c uriuutiio Que ens ware i AHAf f the list city on Tuesday the 5th inst by 28000 Carter Harrison a native Kentuckian and a Democrat has held the office for L 5LVaaarsdellFrenchbnrg C 1L Day Frozen Creek three successive terms but owin to the J5EATHITX Hagins J luCombs Haginsrille organization of the Labor party declined the nomination for a fourth term unless Jere 2ed P O the Republicans would unite in tenN H Sally Lost Creek BBAgaat8 wanted at all postofBces in dering it Ike saoaataina Write as for terms Spencer Coopeb Publisher The Lexington Press informes us that C M Johnson Mavor of that citv is will he be a for DEMOCRATIC TICKET not now norGovernor Thiscandidate our Lieutenant will give own John Tom the pride of the moun- Â¬ FOE UEUTENAXT GOYERNOB tains and the Licking lawyer strength in that section and it now looks like he will be the winning man Mxxifee T F Carr Eze John Roche Republican candidate for Mayor of Chicago was elected in that Thos A Combs Cornwell W C Catron Pomroyton PGuarantee Satisfac J tion in Grade and Prices at all times ply of the followinj brands Pekfection Wheat Extract White Pearl Patent Roller Magnolia Roller Fancy Silver Lake Roller Family Globe Superfine upon which ab bm they will quote prices and deliver at liazei ureen or Uothwell btation J tx Xt T nn vx x-- for Eastern Kentucky HAZEL GltEENf KY arc V Tl A V for KERRS ROLLER MILLSole Agents and carry- - a large up- xaxx x FLOUR Â¬ JT 1 H DHY w MM OF WEST UBERTY HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY For State Heaator 34th District Hon R M PIERATT Every man in the mountains of Eas-Â¬ tern Kentucky of whatever politicial faith should feel proud of Hazelrigg as a candidate and do all they can to secure his nomination Remember he is Eastern Kentuckys candidate and not merely the candidate of a county or clique The United States is the greatest and grandest Nation of the inhabitable globe and the mountains of Eastern Kentucky constitute the greatest section of the United States in coal iron timber building stone mica c Who SesEiB and Retail Largest Stock Lowest Prices Heavy invoices arriving daily and stacks iroon stacks of goods to meet every department of trade Live Stock Country Produce and SchoolClaims received in trade on notes accounts or merchandise J T K DAY a6tf Decorated Dinner Tea and Chamber Ware CINCINNATI Said a great man but wliy afflict the dog if he dont need it Yet many persons read an almanac where various dis- eases are described and symptoms giien that will almost convince a WELL man that he is AWFULLY u out of whack buy I lTcnrfJTflloccand they are readyAtorliCAfJCArl Something to Take of rvP rrol RlTiTi llVAr i tho JsAUT f atlTs of the diseases of the flesh No 29 Vine Street That tired nervous rest- Â¬ less feeling that goes to bed with you and ge3 up as prompt Â¬ ly as the rooster crowinsr and sticks closer than a brother CINCINNATI a61v tells you that you NEED something to overcome it A nastjr aloe coated pill makes you gar to THINK of it You caat 6 H Dean Kite Pollard bear the THOUGHT of it Now listen We havent any great discovery br Indians but we have a SMALL sugar Importers and Wholesale Dealers in coated Pellet that the most delicate may take a combiaation of VEGETABLE remedies the work of one of the best educated Physicians in this country a formulae that we will any Physician desiring it If you NEED a LIVER rs give try these Pill G CALVERT Sl CO WHOLESALE PhysicDogs 5--- - a A Glassware Lamps p Sold by all Merchants S j al3 CDTCINNATI O Proprietors Al SS1 i Northwest corner Pearl and I Walnut Streets I BUY THE BEST T Gm Of Ezel Morgan County IMS I - STIX CO XX 1 ORGANS pages The Louisville Commercial of April d wad a mammoth sheet of sixteen WHOLESALE DEALERS sews 2 w CORNELISON ARRESTED 1000000 The Commercial is doing W flft B 53k BE B jitfK great work for Louisville but if that His Sentence is AND Three Tears in tho Mt ty really wants a boom that will be perSterling Jail aaanent and paramount to anything that An April 3rd special from Mt Sterling feas ever become epidemic she should - DEALKU IX speedily coBDeet herself with the moun- - to tixe Louisville Commercial says J of Eastern Kentucky Here arev- - rueuson was arrested and placed in THIEJ EACE k UUSON STSESTS all the essentials for the establishing of jail this morning at 3 oclock The pro all lands of manufactories and a railroad cess for his arrest was in the hands of the y tiT would supply that city with all the raw omcer an oay yesterday and it was a IsSlv material it could use for a thousand source of surprise to almost everyone that HAZEL GREEX KENTUCKY was not sooner executed and of in- Tears-- lAIter that time well others it Vill have to advise her we will have dignant surprise to the friends of the late KEErS CONSTANTLY OX 1TAXD A FUIX ASS0ETE7XT OF MUt 11 Sre beg of you Louisvillians Judge JKeid while those who avowedlv retired had no special feeling expressed them- come and see us and help ns dig these msMm thiags from the bowels of the earth selves as seeing no reason why the judg- - Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing Manufactnrersan3 Wholesale JVtl rs in xott can reap the reward of your labor menu or cne law snouid not be executed Hats Caps Soots Shoes Queensware Tinware in an7 otker case y the establishment of great manufac-On yesterday af tcmoou two of Corneil- Oh foolish neonle come Why Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ tones WlU you delay doing so for a single hour sons friends went to Frankfort to obtain ies Stoves and Farming Implements jwwiuiw u juuh icapiie lor mm inurAND BOTTOM in a first In country store the course If the people about Lexington and ing uouisvnie of the evening H L Stone Also fact everything usually kept Goods or classpayment of anyand atdue me all TRICES will take in exchange for in debt tne late Jude Keids Jaw kinds of ether metropolitan centers of this Com- Â¬ oi partner received a dispatch from Gov Country Produce and Live Stock of evejy description monwealth would listen to a little com Knott stating that he had not respited on home spun sense and invest their vxirneiison and saw no reason why he No Gil Main Street 10 Summer St T Why Does Kentucky Lag buiuiio ncaiiu am ocuiU iur LUIS SCC-Letter From Illinois This tion rapid transit for theraw material Louisville Ky BostonMass UusnTOX IusM April 6 1SS7 The wonderful advance of industrial was to the officer who had with which we are so abundantly sup the process of Dear Editok Mama takes your paand manufacturing interests in the South plird they could increase their popula went to Mr arrest and in the first quarter of the current year is per and likes it awful well Sbe wantCornelisons residence and 33 jtion twenty five to fifty per cent in les3 Represented by detailed by the Manufacturers llecord ed me to write and tell you she would five years and the manufacturing placed him under arrest than take it another year Her name ia Alice Blackburn Cornelison it is said when shown the of Baltimore establishments this same raw material telegram Frazicr I can set the table and wash into a61y It is would enable them to establish would requested pronounced it a bogus one and crease mortifying note theis slightthat dishes sweep and make corn stalk fiddles in Kentucky Why it the officer before conveving in the same time increase their revenue elements uf industrial wealth for my little sister Grace I have a little with 4b tie same ratio Let them send inves- Â¬ him to jail to await the arrival of the equal the those of any of H pig that I feed I help Pap milk to the tigating committees among us to verify midnight train- when he might learn de ern States and far ahead other South- Grace has a little calf and Mama has of manv of person from his friends cur statements if they will The latch finitely and in-to Is it from one and I one but Papas died Here them Kentucky lags behind who had gone WITH string hangs on the outside of every their efforts to Frankfort the result of a lack of enercy at home or because out is a uoiiar Jiama give me to send to vou obtain a respite door in this land for the man who comes have not been sufficiently for your paper I am eight years old here fox honest ends and the people are to These friends repaired from the train side capitalist the immense undeveloped advised as to Willi Fxazifjr Cornelisons house whence after some u hospitable as any who live resources of the State consultation Cornelison was taken to the Dr J H McLeans StrengtheningCor There is some promise of better things jail about 3 oclock in the morning as dial and Blood Purifier by its vitalizing Lexington and Maysville are both agi Â¬ stated above in Kentucky The newspapers of the tating the natural gas question and try-Â¬ It is a matter of no small difficulty to State are doing their duty in calling at- properties will brighten pale cheeks and ing to raise funds to sink wells If they ascertain the condition of public senti- tention to our unsurpassed advantages transform a pale haggard dispirited irill invest their spare change in develop- Â¬ ment in regard to the matter but foreign capitalists no doubt await woman into one of sparkling heath and 100 per bottle Sold by G ing the mountain counties well pipe Cornelisons was an unusual oflence the assuring action of the people who are beauty B Swanco Hazel Green and J N em all they can use furnish them with to be visited with an unusual more directly concerned penalty coal for their furnaces and kerosene for says the average citizen are not yet fairly awaked Vaughn Campton Kentuckians Three their lamps Well do more than that in jail is a long time for an assault veara to the importance of the subject and the 637 West Main Street If they will send us railroads we will yet not too long when you think of and necessity of more united and systematic Mass Convention the supply them with iron timber building deed and its consequences direct Pursuant to the rulings of the State and in- Â¬ effort Covincton Commonwealth stone glass sand c until the year of our direct Cornelison is not without friends A Suggestion to the Traveling Pub Central Committee the Democrats of Lord 2000 and maybe longer Between Some few who have faithfullv a61v Wolfe county are requested to meet in adhered to Tic bow and that time other valuables such Him all the time others who sympathize mass convention at Campton on Saturfind w goia piaunum silver diamonds c with him from that proneness of the Tourists emigrants and mariners med- day April 23d at 1 oclock J ar to select BRDTKLEY GRUBBS that Hostetters Stomach Bitters is a also be found in abundance We easual observer to jaay delegates to represent this county in the forget the dead and nountaineers have got er all and if lean toward the liviner and others who icinal safeguard against unhealthfal in- State Convention which is to assemble DEALERS K fluences upon which they can implicitly yo Jtre uot too pesky penurious with are inclined toward at Louisville May 4th him your wealth to lend us a helping hand sympathy for his family solelv out of rely since it prevents the effects of vitJOS C LYKINS jn our development you can soon luxu this it is plainly the generalBut despite iated atmosphere unaccustomed or un Chairman Dem County Com sentiment con riate in their enjoyment of the public that the law should take wholesome diet bad water or other long unfavorable to health On During winter the bood gets thick and its course that the efiects should follow iditious or journeys in latitudes adjacent voyages Inside of tea rears from this dav 10- - the cause in thi3 as in other cases sluggish now is the time to purify it to to the equator it is especially useful SHEET IRON 0 wealth y but misguided Kentuckiaiis Judge Reid was on the Supreme court preventive of the febrile complaints as a build up your system and fit yourself for and hard work money in other States bench by using Dr J H McLeans bow investing Cornelison charged the Judge of disorders of the stomach liver ami bowwin indulge in ine louowing soliloquy having unreasonably decided a case and els which are apt to attack natives of Strengthening Cordial and Blood Purifier Tinners Stock Mantels Etc Oh what a fool I was that I did not later assaulted him with a cowhide A 100 And Manufacturers of temperate zone sojourning or travel- Hazel per bottle Sold by G B Swango invest ay naooer in the development of short time afterward Judge Eeid commit- Â¬ the in Green and J N Vaughn Camt Easfcera Kentucfcys mountain resources ted suicide as a result Cornelison was ing such regions and it is an excellent ton Plain Stamped and Japanned Tinware where others are now reaping a rich har- - tried for assault and battery and given protection against the influence of extreme cold sudden changes of tempera 662 West Main Street teet lint having blowed in their sam iuii extent oi tne law tureexposure to dampor extreme fatigue 1887 last 9oa in the vain race for a Binning- and 201 to 209 7th St 1887 It not only prevents intermittent and rehaaa bubble or ia viewine the Kansas Kentuckys Prospects mittent fever and other diseases of a xaueaoscope it will oe too late utterly WOOLEN LOUISVILLE KY MILLS The Xew York Sun inirtninAO v J malarial type but eradicates them a PHOENIX 1 1 t tyuiloaI TVU - uur ueaixacs inenas tnctv nn r c jituc a6 6m rroif uuvui t ueiico fact which has been notorious for years hr bwv i j vuu Hiaiw upon some iaise beacon that the time has come when xt valua Â¬ the and South America D A LOUD past in BRO ihq wrecc your zorcune lnm your ble resources of the State will be develop- ico the North Indies Australia and MexAMES P FA NT West oth oats and set sail for Eastern Kentucky ed in spite of the old fogyism of the old er WITH THE countries which is a safe harbor for investment school Kentuckian and it prophesies that with such development will come a Mr Charles Stoii Mr Gunn and Mr Manufacture All Wool Filling JEANS Old Tie Evening Sun recently promulga change of heart It says St John Bovle will start Monday to se- - TWEEDS BLANKETS FLANNELS OF t to an appreciative public in New tcBufc as Kentuckv takes her nlace bv lect the route for the K U R R bevond KNITTING YARNS of all colors Hortc city is very much like the distin- - tne side of Pennsylvania and Alabama Clay Citv They do not know what line CO gTUBbed morning luminary of the same I in tne manutacture of metal the little they may agree upon but feel satisfied Cotten and Woolen Hosiery W S DIOKINSON city in that it is brim full of the latest differences which have been occasionally that thev will have a large force of hands in fancy colors dealers in sews It iowever casts refulgent and manifested between Pennsylvania and sat work before the summer has fairly set 2TShip Wool by Express or Freight and refreshing rays for the evening reader at Kentucky statesmen will fade away and Twenty miles of road will be selectedfat write fully what yoa want it made into TJjLBKELLAS GrLOVES ETC aly oae cent per copy while its morn- - the tariff will no longer furnish an occa- - an earfy date running either in the di Wool worked on the shares and carded ingasiesake shines for all at two cents ion for public discussion so far as the rectson of Jackson in Breathitt county into rolls for home spinning Corner Pearl and Yine Manufacturers JEANS PANTALOONS Tfeey are both great papers and edited delegates of these three great States are or to Beatty ville at the junction of the Wholesale our CISTCISTNTATL 0 by great men concerned And if the Star eyed God- - j three forks of the Kentucky Either Main Ltreet at D Aoffice 176 and 17S East LOUD A BRO dess shall find her native bluegrass air tool line will tap the heart of the coal Will always be found ready to attend to the al31mo Lexington Kt smokey from the roaring furnaces and iron and timber countrv within fifteen wants of the patrons of the house Thank LaeiiHirton wants a star fa ful for past patronage you are invited to fill w i ib w uuu UlWUUBtU fn- f jmt Bwmxnag - inp rmnrn TrTrz nrt AUi- frsnirif Ivtiinifs thfit will soon lrtol- the miles Lexington Observer Tovci tifa eall and see us when in tne eitv and Uncle of xuioiiu ue tni wie- srood n an would ho tn tfcitcity A verv liiu is we wish xo anJ person wno win traae witn me Jim Fant promises to put on ins best good present the herever she u first eeti id nf tkn cf fp a5 6m All persons wanting blacksmithing of any looks when waiting upon you send qtinn to the amount or 10 cash 1 i her well hut nl nrpfnt nnr fpHfTfTZ M loag ield her back 7 77 7v r irrana oiu estate The Herald free for one yearwillOr to or all kinds wagons made or repaired bugi are undividedly for ne gies spring wagons plows stocked cutting A fflUC DTI CCDC othnvho vkh to eurr rve j of Kentucky and her iron mines Lcx- - anv one omns me ten dollars or over colters turning plows repaired plows made HU bit I IvIbBIW this pipar or obtain ettifr tci iWken a man pajS US IW IOC THE Inrrtnn OWrwr who will pay it oft in full I will send and laid hoes mattocks and horses shod cn tdvsrtiwng ipaoa when CJsicago vntl find it en file at xty per cent of it eoes to buv The Herald free for one year in the best style call on 45 to 49 Randolph St jwidratl to supply it THOMAS Ct B Swango Sam Jones is preaching in Louisville TYLER DAVIS Hazel Green Ky Advcftlitns Agency of LORD tkat the real estate transactions in that city for the previous week amounted to 112 columns and brimfull of Among other things we noticed uru mm idPif G 9k -- j ius T - GENEKAL MERCHANDISE 1klfT ONS i Cincinnati Are first class in Material Workmanship and Methods of Construction Th6y are unrivaled in power and beauty of tone and in genuine jexceUence far surpass all organs of other make3 ever offered in our country t m as m v w - w - - v m m A tttlSfl ftfrtyjLvrmw t i Â¬ -- -- J1 Boots Shoes J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J CLARKE iHilBllflfgH -- SIEYERS CARSOli Â¬ Â¬ HARDWARE j 0 LOUISVILLE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Stoves fi Plate Hardman Pianos Cnickering- Pianos BTathus- hek Pianos Emerson Piano Star Pianos Arion Pianos and tne matchless Johnston Organs Write for Catalogues and Prices - Â¬ CO JOHNSTON Wholesale and Retail Dealers1 D S -- Â¬ 56 West Fourth Street Â¬ CINCINNATI O I Â¬ 1 1 A i -- ut imtwxJ TRIMBLE BROTHERS Â¬ Woolen Manufacturers Reliable Hat House i -- I j GROCERS MT STERLING KY 1 j - -- J - j- w i -- t 1 NOTICE - j 1 Afee t 4- - Respectfully Invite the Mountam Merchants to Examine their Sto and Prices before purchasing t