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LottMKrlle twt 31 -- JH JUtkvNai ShctiiMT tK tf JU - 3C at i6 ay JTlCraafcw ad ctwrt 4 sS yacrrfriiailietltw GKO B iV m at AM IV X-HAXPEKSps TOEKHETAM5 HASKL GREEN EY i eggs in every color The sermon was one of Bro Huberts or pencil before or best which means that it can not be beaten on in any land or nation or by anybody It name informs you was designed by Bro Hubert that the music fBKLAC VT HAPEL ATTOKKKY-AT-IiJL expired should be the great feature of the occasion as is usual in Easter services It was super- Â¬ Agent Ax Bun Estate to renew You latively fine The selections were from the HAZEL GJ5EEN KY please masters for the most part and were render-Â¬ you iiffM pracee 3 all tfee Cwrts ef Vlfe or send us 1 once ed with telling effect JfwB Meaifce jhhI Bnuithttt HHtics iax alwttactsfamlsHetl JryAm exakH A number of persons from a distance MmhI Aht H resi4tf real estate boctrht Sam Salyer passed though here one day some beinc liere accidentally and others a specially aM OHi c having come on purpose were literally as- Â¬ last week like a Weslern cyclone gxirni-Wolfe - llawnotfaiiHr soBtttk MBrite hI irSt for of Depositions county Christian Citizens of Jackson Combine in Celebrating the Event in n Man Â¬ ner Appropriate and Grand Has a larger rircnlation in the siotxntains of Eastera Kentucky than any paper in the JACKSOX Ky April 15 18S7 State and merchants and others wishing to Hekjlld The Easter celebration secure She trade of Eastern Kentucky will Dear find it HIE BEST A1VEETISIX J1EDTC3I- - in our town was such an unjrecedenied success that we feel that it deserves more Advertising Rates JTrans5ent advertisenients 75 cents an j than u passing notice The programme was w w inirf inn r fi - ppntJi fln inch for I arranged and carried out by llevT S Hu- Â¬ mi each tnbseqtieBt insertion bert in a masterly manner The march of STAXDIXG ABVERTISEilEXTiJ 1 inch 1 vear 500 4 inclies lyear1500 the students fromthe court house to the 2iuchelvcar 900 5 inches 1 vear 170 I church chanting a song of victory was a Z inches lj ear 1200 6 inches year 20 00 pleasant feature of the occasiou They Special rates onlargerad vertisements carried ferns in their bauds representing local notices 5c a line with 5 per cent off palms The house wa3 beautifully decora- Â¬ for lone time jrilarriage and death notices free tri- Â¬ ted with cedar A cross nine feet liigh butes of respect and ohitnaries 5 cents a covered with cedar and surmounted by an line s2fAnnoancenients of candidates for emerald crown rested on a base two andÂ¬ State er District of5ces 10 Connty ojKcesi one half feet high and at its foot the pro5 calls on persons to hecome caiididates cession deposited their palms when they en- Â¬ and their answers 5 cents a line Payable tered the house The letters Alpha and invariablv in advance Omega were placed on cither side of the cross Two beautiful gothicarches spanned each aisle dressed in cedar and from their summits were suspended bunches of Easter tfc -- fHE ft flWfc EBALD EASTER SUNDAY -- i treasurer rrl inere are uiiriv names cnroiiau can stav awniie longer win te creauv oen- - i tiuu i uuiih umi a goou ueginnmg h uny enteu ion owe me money anu i want it to i pnv hit bonrtl and doctor bills You can l wui oniy noia out iaithlul Married March 29th at the residence of par me and must do it If you caint pay the brides father John Swaosro James me all you must pay part of wnat you owe Hobbs to Miss Lou Swanqo Mav peace I and pay it right now If you cant pay monevVon can pav in stack of any kind and happiness be their stay throagh life Campton Bose after six Aveeks absenee I cattle horses boss or sheep I must have it and if at Louisville nas recently returned home my money and will have warrant vou you dc You not pav it at once I will Elisha Ghambers who has been confined can pay my agent A F Johnson and he j to his bed for sometime is again on loot will torwaru to me iiie man who wouia Born To the wife of Isaac W Combsr a take advantage of my misfortune is not my girl ten pounds and they call her Lizzie friend and I wiii not hesitate to-- push him Corn on this creek Is rated at seventy and make him pav Hoping aU will respond to ray appeal and that I shall have no more aive cents a bushel and scarce at that much trouble forced upon me Wheat and grass are beginning to show in tarnestj YcurstrulvI remain Very Top JLady their green coats G B SwiSGO a - GIGANTIC tzbZoMw Silt at I St ratrrii cr - iri v j m Famous iNew Sto nisning vooas i iooHiany sazs ana uapc an endless varitey of only Hand made Bpotsaiid SBB IN ALL SIZES QUALITY AXD 7e r SRTfJES -- -- v t-- if t MORGAN COUNTY ti the patroHge of tfec preasptir to sll bu- - y local mews A cross mark made with pen af- AV that your tinie has ter vour the margin written if hand are invited want the paper and at ai - ff -- Z 4 Wh - Ju- - r- tonished Their verdict was that they had The sooner our citizens cease whittling never heard better music thougfi they had boys7 tucky tlndjcc Suanso lie Fills Agent and go to work with a will the sooner will heard the best choirs in the State Our Letter fromWatqr and Roils Over A Up We are having beautiful weather now I Attrrvy Ileal Estate With Hot and Netary Public and Ad- - Hazel Green begin to boom havoijust finished plowing our corn over Pieoe of Poetry Till Well Done own people were perfectly charmed though FMMtaces 5 aJi Cearts 5a Wolfe the first time Yours respectfullyi glvs qi a Saaranfse tha t joining CaticR aad CKrtf Apcals Hot SiEiXGs Auk April 13 Jinimie Brown sends us word that the they are accustomed to the music of this MweywEmiiiif J W McClaix splendid choir The sermon touched all Editor Hazel Greek Herald arCft6etiag x heciIty ilontiromenr jrirls are neat thomrh he has Since my arrival in tliis city I have given MASONIC TEMPLE MT STERLING KY Casuton Woltk Con rr Ky not forgotten that thcllazel Green girls are hearts by its beauty its strength and it3 some leisure moments to the gratification of tenderness sweet X SWANGO The services at night were hardly less im- Â¬ a bent of mind to investigate curious things And the Thousands of Things There Sold From childhood have Â¬ So Cheap byDJB Garrison Inclc Billy Yincel of Campion was vis pressive The sermon by Bro Hubert the and places inclinedearlylinger about Iplaces Y to HAZEL GREEN always been THE GOLD DUST KANGE iting relatives and friends here Saturday music hr the choir were all up to the high where dreadful events iiad ot curred i have Is of wrought iron and will last a life- Â¬ LADIES AND MISSES WOOLEK HOSE often wondered whether this is an inherent e Woife and Sunday He called and renewed his standard of the morning CMnti Csirt CM or the terrible time It has a lanrQ o back LADIES AXD MISSES CORSETS subscrintion It was a rrand dav in Jackson A dav propensity otherif it comes of by the color- Â¬ and nickel trimmingscenItfire clay equal ghost and stories recited acss entrasted to him is the WM tteH4 4o all f LADIES AND MISSES SHOES that will long be remembered by all who ed nurses of long ago 1 start as I write of the fct Louis Home Comfort ranges dispatck rtttk pttHRaaei The streets of this town are just now in a were present marked an era in our long ago and go stealing back along the which sold at 65 and 70 or any other f OLD LADIES SHOES in great tadt It deplorable condition especially the bridges church music and a mile stone was planted silent corridors of time and find myself BO E WflllX range maae ix you want a BC-A- HtoDTMADE BOOTS MENS AXD BOYS HA2 Of Elfiott County and the authorities should see to it that they oii the road to a higher nobler future shrinking from everyevent of my extended cooker irood for coal or wood nrst ciass made at visit But however it conies that it is so I vnrrn MADK SHOES JLKXS AND BOYS TJNDERUrEAKJ are at once put in proper shape r Even the little cliildreu aided in the sing- Â¬ know and pass on to results It is useless Louisville where repair xan be had get Co MENS AND BOYS SLTSPENDEES V room la vour Speak a good word for your town aud its ing and march and their beautiful faces and for me to take trip though I columns of the the Gold Dusfc a six hole range with 80- will say to myi gatlon tank aud all the vessels at Sou and details of my -- - glad the W 3CrketSt Lo nsmxE Ky JW times Dont spend your melodious voices helped to makemany ineuus iiiat ic wasu- uirusmp on pae SoS AVc QiTer it as tiie cheaijest and This is Opportunity KciftfcclroBaKef Ivartera Kentucky institutions at all Season so weak ts I Arkansas has generally been time in croakingabout the town notgaowing hearts of all IMaKks c tor Mak teeikz best range in the world and you would Miss Walton of Lee county Mrs Turpin regarded sts a hard piace rough and poor but dosomethiug to make it grow pay 0lttid 65 for it if some smooth- Â¬ of the S TAULBEE 3L D of Colorado Wlkor3TaJuisoa and Jeff Tcan safely say From mostihat I have seen tongued agent vere to present its merits JT that it is true the tune you cross the If the citizens of this place will give us a Hammond two of Lee countys splendid line into the State you see nothing but a at your door 1 Y6u save ten dollars by - iffYSrCHX AND SURGEOX liberal support The Herald will bring clever hardsnmc gentlemen were present monotonous level slightly sprinkled with buying it directly of the sole agent D B 1000 visitors here this summer and by May and pronounced the services a grand suc- Â¬ low scrub oak and cypress tress very indif- Gakrisox Masonic Temple MtSter HAZEL GIIEEIT KY is abundant 1SSS thccensBs will show 1500 population cess Yours lovingly J A T ferent in shape Cypress to our peoplehere limr Ivy where the clieapcst stoves in though but little known the W-- T-- Caskcys store OSce Ofice aver swamps being full of it and some very large Kentucky are sold B t 11 a X-- and 1 to 4 l 21 1mmw own- Â¬ If our moneyeLnien and real estate WOLFE COUNTY It grows up a little and then turns to die A H clk anended to day or night ers will ei together form a Building Asso- Â¬ The Meikle plowis the cheagest and ground to take root and again grow It is CArPTOX APRIL 15 almost a continuous swamp ciation lay off the unoecuiricd- - territory The lands best plow in this market Call and see -jplOHCS HOUSE i Work on the court house has already be- Â¬ along the lion Mount iln railroad are almost it D B Garrison Mt Sterling into suitable lot nad build upon them nice gun and we fsel assured that Mr Center vortTIess as a farming country 1artienlar houses Hazel Green will be the home of with CAMPTOX KY his fiicilities for building and the en- Â¬ observation of the I010 their customs Decorated China Dinner and Tea 1600 prosperous hnppy people within a year ergy and determination witirwhieh he un methods of farmingstock raising Ac de- Â¬ Sot from 650 to 5000 Best sroeds S S COXBS lorJiiEtOE dertttkes things together with the money velops that Arkansas is still Arkunsaw in Notwithstanding our appeal to ihe citizens which he expects to receive for his work all its old features Their stock of every for the money A full line of dishes description Js of a very inferior quality cheapest in Kentucky- Tkc patronage of the traveling public is of this place to 4fchip in and fix tip Uncle will soon push the thing to completion rcfcctfrfly soiiciteiL Table the best and Pres Trimbles spriugasan advertisement of Marshal W T DaySvas in town this week Horseback ridingamong the visitor is quite D B Garrison Mt Sterling verv attention for tlic comforl- f guests are several livery He left here accompanied by Coonrod Ca- Â¬ commonfewThere horses L Kentucky stable our mineral waters we lmvc not heard of a ood ones 1 ble Kelly Fulks Win Barker and James and a Hoes jRatres Axes Picks Long Shov HOUSE single donation Our pwjde must learn to Pelfrey for whom he had writs charging think but you would laugh to ee some of els D Shovels mL Garden Forks cheap them have part with a few dimes if they expect to fill tlnm with selling whisky without license rack in thev middlesuch gaits trot in front the and gallop behind So at D 15 GARRISON 3 Alt fctcrlmg They were also attended by a large HAZEL GREEX KY thoir parses with dollars ami dis2lay some tie if the rider wants a trotter he taks a frout crowd of witnesses seat if a nicker he sits in the middle and Stoves and Ranges Hardware Locks H Proprietor energy in booming our town C D Swiniui of Clay City the stave man if he Wants a gallop he has only to lean Cutlery Hinges Nails Bolts Tools is back He festivi- Â¬ came to our uwsi a few days since could be called Reading the Tlse I 1 law now rnninstlie little hotel around ties jit Jackson account of the Easter Green now inspecting staves on Stillwater and cohibined horses suppose John Pieratt lutd Hues Rakes Plain Dishes Tinware The directors of the above school take wish our reuders in Haael tie ceracr on Broadway and Tespectfully Â¬ Red River for G T Center pleanre m announcing to the public that one to train This is a nice little city and Glassware etc at lowest cash prices patronsand traveling peo must feel how utterly insignificant our town lariieav formerXi highly satismetory arrangements have been stj etches out Mrs Peter Dmhws taken suddenly ill on It is built in Call and ple ceaerallv to call uud ead und Kileeb appt ars from a social stand point With yesterday morning and yesterday evening it narrow hollow wonderfully on ekhrr side Sterliner see us D B Gaiirison Mt made for the positive op ninj of the school and the hilts a J 1L riERATT t by Mrblacel i i t i on Monday Jan nary Three com- Â¬ three churches in our town congregated by was thought to be living but morning finds are sieep anu nign ino vaiiev was onset- Lanterns with dash board attachment petent teachers uatbeen employed whose -nallybut a lew feet wuU in places Hill her somewhat improved out-r-thetbcjtt thing a membership as wealthy as our sister town DALACE HOTEL qtialfieationS are tinsnrnased and their ser sides are covered with rock and a scanty Married On Thursday D BGARRU5aN5 Mt Sterling of Jackson we sit and fold our hands while the residence of Hinun the Mth inst at growth They have cut back in the moun- Â¬ vices ecaved tor a terai ot ycars In mak r Swango John cB FKEXCHBUBG KY iig this announcement we feel Jestiffed m they engage in pleasant pastimes and honor Schull to Miss Ella Burton David Hogg tain of rook there is but little dirt far The liandsomest Chamber Sfa eyer atertinsrthai thesi hool will beati institution enough to give room for agood wide street fellow ofiicinting God for in goodness Think of it J II WILLIAMS Proprietor which will reitect an honor on this portica and then built their houses in the hill auv made as well as the cheapest ranging G T Center has sold his mill at town to of the Statu and unsurpassed eyeu oy the way and every way 1 sec one hotel four from 250 to 20 for a ten piece sctT The patreHacc of the traveling public is townsfolk and let us he up and doing when hS jretker with all the machinery attached storys high in front sixty feet to the upper mprijnrettMitiotts siiaihir institutions of the reejectfklly invited Table the best and ocoasiou again offers Call and see them there to one Mr Salvers for 4500 large cities Located inri favorable geo vcry atteHtioo to the comfort of guests story and at the btckvou can walk from D B Garrison Mt Sterling gnfpTiicaT section healthy xooral frecfront Taylor Wha ley of your place was in town the ground on to the fourth iloor The two in the surrounding counties Many people tvidoesallunimenis aadith aasriet-over- 3L TOWXSEND have recently expressed a desire to locate Wednesday purchasing some building ma- Â¬ mountains are called Hot Springs and West Step Ladders four foot Ui1v SIX NSVt oL- U rf a JSut looking to the protection eomfort and r terial to complete his new dwelling Mounin From the former all the hot Â¬ in Hazel Green if they could secure dwellvith 1 ieii4aj of eiirht foot 175 at S S Combs is enlarging and extending springs flow and after passing the bath foot 15 - i v ftinrely tnuuingtheir the students narents 41 ings but unfortunately for the growth of his already capacious dwelling and intends houses empty into Hot Springs creek nit tipon chiTdreti being safc D B Garrisons Mt Stealing ttnil while nndcrthe carsf ofth faculty and ning through the narrow valley between the onr town houses are not to be had There to keep hotel so we understand tnistees The attention oi voun meniaadj JOBBEU OF suiv is no reason why Hazel Green should not Barbed anuealed and galvanized wire Charlv Howe salesman of Trimble Bros mountains named m sec visitors here from the tniun The city at lowest was interviewing the merchants almost evory fciate Sterling m prices and everything elsex at Caps Straw Goods at this time next year have a permanent Mt our town this vcek callcdtolhe adinntagjes to be gamed in claiinsa population of nearly 10000 Every cU J Glens and Umbrellas JthisSckboFat notninal-coBt h population of 1200 or 1500 citizens if our of hotel and most of the hoarding houses ar lowest nites Rev A P Jones has be en very ill for a w rvia D B Garrison Mt Stcrlin ta rFor terms of tuition and further informa- t O will display a little energy in the few days but at present is thought to be on full I arrived at 4 a i went to the Ar-Â¬ people CHLLlCOTHE r an IT it tiun Tninlt rn IV f Atr lington the largest hotel I could hear of iTm-ttimatter Those owning land ia town should the scendHcy J Vf - McUarvev Leiin rton which is said to have roosis for WO but it TCGGLE Horse Shoes and Horse Nails Rasps build nice cottages upon it for rent and thoy tTrustecs J T Dav J Swanco V O E S Congleton of Quillcns Chapel pass was full 1 next went to thfr Avenue with aud WITJI I arners Imhvcs and Hammers at Mfee Uaicl Green aud Prof J W McGuv will have no trouble in getting good ten ed through town yesterday en route to the same result then to the Waverly and D B Garrisons MtbterhngKy vey Lexington Ky Co ants to occunv them If the idea that the fctillwater found room where I went to bed and dept two hours at 4i7 cents find It seems that the whisky traffic in Camp JOEBEKS OF land owners have not the means should be Married on the 12th inst at the res- - j nearlv all Christian denominations here ex ton now is not so nrotitabfe as heretofore set up then let the landowners form a idence of the bride s father Oliver Craw- Â¬ cept ihe Christian Church of whioh-thereProf DeniHrees school at this place will arc a Jew meuwersj but no real estate association and borrow money on close oh iiextFtidaythe 22ml inst churl h I have ford of Jetts Creek Breathitt county friends their realty io erect the buildings We do Mrs Se Asburvis on k visit to Rev S P foimd plenty offrom me one that roomtijUft Ky Nathan B Day to Miss Maggie 97 WEST IEARL STREET 95 and ABU9HSJt It hi across the hall A jovial fellow hH Crawford The groom is the senior mem- Â¬ twJtt not speak bv authoritv but will ventura Chtnrfier f Holly Creek CEXCrSXATT OHIO 1 did was to gt onto maedr for VTorsnt ami trmm is too ihe nrst tiling ber of the firm of Dav Bros Frozen mum juhbi vat it w w IfaMttS g- i that the Messrs Trimble of Mt Sterling Hiram Hegg Deputy Collector was m his politics Finding him a Democrat a 1 Crook X Eearfr ri3 jcrjjuiy mom for kriC purpose nr QMBAlf ltFlfl BllaU the erts or ertignAZZZZs - i w ormzjzm rraurit Coafeclioa mada Last fall he was solicited to make v A WORD member of the Christian Church a Mnson will gladly advance money to encourage an town yesterday vne conatrri uut tceir than lea ot Ute bi itearfr r11 OTer TvZhZrC vTV WTTII - mitt m ft G T Center is off on a trip to Mt Ster- - and a rebel soldier we paired at once 1 the race for the State Senate butsdeclined enterprise of this kind w are raiK yV3 resait of tfce hlAlMi unm d ViZ arelrritable aaa sewtant of time to canvass old neighbor and school mate for As the nlo find they lint Avis ttUZ2tSSSiJSZ wtlessly in slccjnooctog aad griajiag the t J here G etnT Littc of with whom j quel shows lie was canvassing in the worms Last Wednesdays Stock Sales Kany helpless i icnu uiany ui my iuisore- nours ami it matrimonial market for a prize dearer child hasabeen laid la SWANUO SPItlNGS APRIL 15 Buyers from below were present last makes me feel at home Ho boards about to him than political preference andjie the enure vhea the S Combs 100 yards from my boarding house has A diw4e wh Jeh causedamong them Wni SIcdd and datod recent letter from Mrs S the nice and been April states deatn COLLARS Wednesday of Spencor who were wanting that Newton 9th Charleston Illiuos is just rheumatism and has been very low for sev- Â¬ has won a blushing bride ipstalled as bus 1 itirelT ml na uen en- - when vrormi hso nKov HARNESS AND uiKjer9toorfaatl Davis Orcar Swango of that place wyww The Herald exfotin the hnmaa en months He has been here since April band to XmZSZZTZZZZb J1 711 W MAJX STREET 707 709 lie keeps wanting to 1st aud istiow considerably improved feels extends congratulations and wishes the to buy sheep The stock sold wast mostly alive She writes rthejtr CSIVVLimM VW i w w -- - y mw rfMf iJiujuiiT ueu2eiviiaar stm r says zr Z tr i t LOUISYHLLE KY uu no iwsiBuo r reeommeaa it antlcse It in their emetic as at private contract and considering that it go home robe ishe is ready and waiting to go like Jl new man though lie is not will by cduple a long happy and- - prosperous life to iMMnTwaui u - t u air paxrs ot me counirrtstirT to it vultom sanest Is fat It white and spotless lie asks that his Is a busy iimc with fanners the showing is every one who comes if they have come for odds He thinks he can be cured i i fifir t six weeks I see a Mr Miller hre5 who it -nner During winter the bood gets thick aud very good 3L TURNER him he wants to get up hicher keeps point- Â¬ came in January was carried liere on a bed jaiyrp ni ono tea m to uataeTr bota h hT n it -- - - TLT fc Ere this he may be in fields could not oven sit up and is now walking sluugish now is the time to purify it to ML Sterling Ky Geo Beaslev to J M Rose G heifers SZ 00 ing upward Headquarters H1 elysian where nain is no more John H Falrchild to J T fc F Day where he pleases This L5 the place lor the build up your system and fit yourself for v r HEPBESEXTIXG h viinaiutvAJk irukMMin 170 00 n - HaTlggBsgtthgftrieIM- - A- 1 two yoke of steers Misses Maggie and Stella Kash daughters cure of rheumatism Green Littlesays you hard work by using Dr J 1 AlttLeairs GntemcTtl have xti sosie or thac fj -mo ir ir rr 7arsv r rvni lrll A FahB4tociVenaiiftKe ana foac4 It ta iiicr iii uij- UK- ami I M and Hon J M Kash respec must continue his paper and not niisan isÂ¬ Strengthening cordial and Wood runner Rose six Silas Rose to McGuire of Dr J iJcjoar rerralfaga can h7 saf i i1 effect Co P0 00 tively spent last Saturday night with Mol sue that he could not keep house without any tanuiy Sold by G B Swango 100 per bottle T iu ib aoliBAKilXD needed Wni Chambers to J II Rose two lie Swango of Swango Springs Your cor- Â¬ it I know I amtakuig too much of your Htrzel Green and J N Vaughn Caint JiIicsc- TSOi 5L MAJlwr 4l Wholesale Dealers in cr sTXcmssatKL A ia Kll 1 26 00 respondent could not help noting their earn- Â¬ valuable space ilnd must close You know XHXw o B A Fahnestock Co XlUSmgr TZ iSMt ZVfOmmL Dr J B Taulbee to 1L F Pieratt est simplicity when tiiey knelt at their not how my mind turns hack to old Hazel ton SO 00 bedsides and good nights were said they Green the c nter of the world thr sraidest fU iiwzitr Cant Charley Petrev- - conductor of plainly showed the fond parental care J H Fairchild to John Rose two Cut to out pla0 on eaith to pie the old homestead Kentucky and South AtlanticraU- - H7 iAITTIIF and be made xvL andthis will I B15 W Main St LOUISVILLE KY BOW itowrf te y 37 50 JW H Y a return to we hivvlw Collin Kash aud Henry Pieratt paid the Hazel Green Haztl Green Heavens bless- Â¬ the t unusn au classes wifi asmoYMtoittM his cousin George Ieirey of Mt-- Sterling every County Court Tom Cummings to J M Rose 1 cow 17 35 roadantl Will be at ings attend iier sHd yon frce jomethin T l Spriuga flying visit Sunday evening and In1 r r ir H uuv Ul uwl1 Same io same 1 steer- 0 05 juutriag Jrom tueir conveyance they cer While we live we wilLcherah protect and1 n Shelby vile are recreatmir at ieratts rrrnt t nltlp rn1 irrtnv tnnt thni zr moment i Va ifain - rvA niw New Phcenix and refreshing ibemselyes H detuntl herr tainly should use the water without ceas- Â¬ can live at home and make more G W Falks to J Rose one yoke of able earn herer t 40 00 ing w 2lwv4 Thof tlic corner may sneer vat and writers J with draughts of Swango water Capt miM piMneT at work for us than at e eeatjs to o pereytBiur s4a iT i 11 i tnittA Isi M Vf Vf anything else in tle world Capital G W Phillips to John M-- Rose one al Lll tIII LUl MJi Al J1I Petrev thibks his road will be the first fti llWvamn VAtWfirr LUII t 1111TSr U i Miss Mice TtatlifTe left last Sunday for t n U Wn 50 00 Yet our hearts swell with gladnesiwhenever to run an emrine into-- Hazel Green and you are started free TJoth sex she West juee4e - Any one can do the work Powell Rose to John Rose one heifr 15 03 days Liberty whore to Avill spend a favr we uttnie her thine n tr Iast cftini mnWforaII i tOSIfts- OS All C r cr agehiah and then return ia her native home in And he daughtirs ihe queuns of the forests that itis amon the near probabilities cJK caTaiBCK re from first star Costly James F Ely to J T F Day six ir We will start you capital not f - tLe I jtrge Pike county lhciraw mmmr 2 vear old steers 150 00 needed This is one of the genuine impor t r r not delay mhA trm free Better Harmon Swanso and others haye qnneup Soreaeraounir so constant to gitle UieaUt J Dr J H McLeans StrengtheDinjjCor- - tant chances of a lifetime Tliose who are mis oner Ao such as are notteif mm Wiloy Whltaker to J T F Day graceful nothing to send ns your address Vmi4fiirou -v1 dial aud Blood Purifier bv its vitalizing ambitions and enUirnrisinwSr not delav V F Day ns - USX e Iy3on six 153 CO on Quicksand with goods for J T trembling J iuJ nnt if von are- wise - von Mtll do so oauic 3iwyear Id -steers Hfei Trpk Jfc To i K 4 15 00 Aililreu Mf Miss Lane Taulbee who was visiting near True lightwood athcartlct the juatdi be i properties will brighten pale cheeks and fimnl outfit fr mm uuc v u r 3KHtce II ilALLETT i O- Iortzana ic t rre utttresa UEOECE ISnxmm A Xickfll to T F j ORe town left for her home last Sunday Augusta Maine anp led them a f rfnfnrm - i inlr Imiwartl diuiritfll i c loruanti llama T n t GO 00 i voke vear old steers iiMn kiv jviiiui i suuifv uii iiuciv miwivj woman into one of parklinsnDath and J in Hark Listen to- the new bell at tlis n i W B AllentoJTiFHay four jTH Vfmttv t Trvi-WANGO SPIILNGS butwhoVc triefrthem Swango House I4t4 benutv 100 perTjOtUe Lj- G1 127 50 3 year old steers StVAKJO AND BOArDING H3USES14lXLmvSH Tj -- V Miss Julia Cecil is on ihe siclc list this wano Hazel Green aud JNvj Same to same one heifer 14 00 v rfmm week ITarrioSwaiijsJroPrictr Mountain Girl fc F Day throe John Patrick to J- - T rjftughn Uampton jGHEEN HfJFFAKtR t C Bvery effort WilWbfeTnadeiw make every To TJI05S iKDEtTED to Mk As yoa all iCaUerixerL Same to same one 2 year old heifer 30 CO ww STILLWAIEE ATPIL 13 rSW nt fit J krlMmnnMtrCttrxxtl 15 00 thjng as pleasant tor invalids and pleasure- - i well know I have been snlTeriag for a lott Proceediiiss ot Eastern ICentuckvj seker UK rmtimrm4 Ct- - Same to same onaheifer A Sunday school was recently organized iime5TitiijmHirrnaauWom iongaco nre coming sea j 12 00 as possible during the pftiu Ilatei ot Joardings4 very rcasona JO0 at this plane and theifollowing onicecsteleot- - made an eiiort t be tared butitiwk money jiMedical Assoeiatie u next wek Ttniipm Otniw latlat-- laine to same one yearling steer J6VMa9i i RT bT CallJon or uunc iosamccigniiyoaroia sieera ivt wrieuiji ra veo supennienuent A At land nuher than prjasSiSauJ put rl nntiil i i- - -SaVueatioac i V Swango assistant Lon C Cecil seer etarv could no mngerdo sn JSpw am acre in- J T Day is in Mt Sterling en buai i- - rlAKlilStIArSAfVT r - Fnirtmm TtrdtTaTlaeJretirvTjforirtTcijIhrs 9OT4MVHV Total amounLvi lHSyjlMiss CH -Swango assistant- AIG Byrd drtrMnfntail feei some bsttcr und if I ness Jm HBEfV n x T tutotwij Ky- J v C- - 0 iTKIN T shall visit Hazel dreen about theurst or EZEL APRIL 15 Six young men from Magoffin county ifav wih a full line of millinerv goods passed through here today going West We such as Womens ILits and DressB6nncts hope by the time they get homesick that we Maidsand Misses llats BovsHats Baby can wheel them in on a railroad My Caps Ladies Chemisettes etc etc A T Pieratt is having a ilice fence built goods are direct from ICcw York City the in front of his new residence making the street level and nice and acting the gentle American Emporium of Fashion lleserve man in several ways j orders for me see my Fashion Plates of Our last sale day was rather slim E M Trimmed and tTntritmhed Hats of latest Piaratt having bought the surplus stock of style and make a selection Xam acquaint this sectionhe has a niee bunch for the Mt ed with Central Kentucky prices andguar- Sterling market iutuu xiif iusl Our town is full of measles Millard F antes as nne nats at u Dennis J K Nickellaml many others are as can he bought in Mt Sterling and other now as speckled as pups and confined to towns Due notice of mv visit will be giv- Â¬ their rooms en in The Hekaid Kespectfully Married On yesterday at W K Niek- LAtKA DEMArEE ells John M Araspargcr to Miss Frances Ncster Elder D G Combs officiating Xetter Pxoja Texas Silas Tieratt has commenced work on his McLexdox Texas April 2 1SS7 new house in town uncle Joe Clark beintr Mr Editor Please find enclosed one boss which insures a good job B B Kash of Bath count was in town dollar to pay for your valuable paper one today feeling the stock trade Bluet year I am always glad to hear from tny native home I think The Herald is do- HOT SPRINGS ARKANSAS ing a good work for the mountains of Ken Â¬ Attention Indies Ad invoice just taken liasvdiscifl1to3fcei that I liave too Hiany Goods Too mnck B9CY GQQBl TQomanyClbtaiiilr aroolmiiA P M --- liave decided that iny stock mtisst b efc uuwix wiin ms ena in view x nave cut tte prices on every aruicie in lay oijxerent de mentsin tiiat great esfobiisliinent and miiilK inade tAlIina- and stATfcfirVp Tpriipfirin - Everytfifng is inoloili in tills Grsaf iMnitaf S Winter goods in a seat varietvsnc3i Woolen and Ootton Flannels Skirs and Slianit ana Overcoats Mens arid BovsHai aiu Gaps Mens and Boysr Dres Shirts w tillSs ii Imean business and am deteiriiinedWre diice my stoat at any cost for tlie next Thirty Days ylif i hpf wu ai ifgl -- Henry Knoefel 3ITr WE - thcCrandest i T - of the 13 -- llll THE- AUN i h FAMOUS rtJ -i- - j j JJij LidjlsUj Illy iilliilLj UOOi llllu UliUil i - PiERATT J Pieratt ITEBLIHO EY HAZEL GBESN ACADEMY Mlr at -- -- s P Wnu H Fullerton ft tfykitn - JL Hats t3 JIL Â¬ G Binggold jiur-huHr-- Boots and Shoes -i HAZEL GBEE1T AOABEMY iuij T T W BAFpiET0eO ritrt - i Harbison Gath right -- SADDLERY ths - teAlVaarrSSfrd -- JOE nizluStoSr rVtSSvII5CaXo a t- 3SLa VERIVS1FUGE - tSSe3tS4SSSS -- IB Green ITiiifaHr -- r wwci rT - inS - 4 BOOTS AND SHOES ULue T - M K Vyw rrr ht r 1 CT 11 IV rcaf JP it ter J rwey m T XT j hLZJX - m zr jSxSL Mmmil Wmt t sA - - j - iriyn3 c x t-- -il 1 3 fs G--- iW t- jr- - - hdflresn i BOOTS AttD Attoea --- - i- s - I 43 j1 - tciit i r Se 4 - - 3 Jt f - 4 T3 - V 4V r -- sm -- T - VJZ - i -- 7 J - - S - 3 W II MEZBSgS - M W2 ft -- - t ft E r - 4 j emellT arrested i Arf-- tb -i aao hair That 4 il iiaBBr U4i the execution Cola tKjdtivWisitffrtrnfrti t ever returned ta per-- let now tress woven into a brace Â¬ PERSONAL AND LITERARY i OUR YQMG encircles Barettis arm 3rid IfctovecaMlMiHto rcfiwed teae aadwe had to niakeau mcnt to marrv and Isaac Murpln- at VaJ sitUHt ho Bald- Â¬ tow Tfcw wear it in his lPgy for him on llie ground of sud- - With that assurance mr ibiHw in dieswillHe is married coffin whenishe wins colored jockey Lucky to be 50MING OF THE SAND MAN brandished witti MM is said hm now and a den indispoItion though by o doin me to pursue my- Itf own course of life in happy and devoted husband But when worth 125000 prostrate rivaL and sfc of we Drought ftiispicioRupon us all I peace And can you peeps in tkrougiatae Jcey aole He r giies the sequel we met iu Milan the other day he Joel Chandler Harris is obliged to forthe stxbie Andhe bobs up at tae paae do not think we wero ever free after Cola Biu cUi 1 love you have loved turned When scarlet flre ligkt dances Boaey forajftojaewt midtUUdffar mo vwnr guEE that from the surveillance of the police you from the moment that I first looked bracelet back hi3 sleeve to show me the write with a goose quill because of a On Trail and floor again I ing rpos6nw aad pratoadSM- - tCiAm aud then he told me his story numbness caused by steel or gold pens as long as we remained In Eusshu Hash I here he comes upon your face And I dare to rTetJtiedte these killed by the fall httfc gheatWia Lacy If Hooper in Frank Leslies Miss Elizabeth Atkinson who re-With his dream cap he is cro roed However The Martyrs continued this without faltering and tell you - died in Burlington without Newspaper 4nJ grains of Sleep he scattcra w swoope dwn ccnthxias wiio X J aged to draw trcmendoushouses some peo- Â¬ blush for am dying Going round and round and round a I mm convince ninety eight years had not been out of aapoteaa ple coming to see it v nne the little ones are uoddin often as five or SMALL POX PREVENTION go as mat Dyiug He echoed her last word her room for eighteen years discretion th better round six times And there was one person 1 in amazement There were no traces Vaccination the Chief Reliance Against valor and he took to cr kfOgt csror Mike McCool is dead aewMM Michael verily believe never missed a single of departing A itality He whispers quaintest fancies the Inroads or the Dread Discaae flight in her clear un Â¬ cjhk ngbt et lere taaa a star was a prize lighter but he will live in With a tiny silver thread representation Night after night one faltering tones r o The interest that attaches to every Next day he visited the stO at a He sews upsilkca eyelids literature for he originated the of the upper proscenium boxes was ten Â¬ I saw you first as Claudius six means that can be used for the pre Â¬ famous phrase That ought to be in bed hour when he was not Kky W una mm jet IwrwTljrick lace Put up or shut up anted by the ame figure always half weeks ago Each wee head nods acquaintance vention of small pox can never be ter Uncle Lias- - and InuedeyAlia California Hes known wherever found hidden behiud the bnx eurtaiu and a dream of I have lived since then in diminished It is true that in the ab Â¬ J jewkfei grace poetry and heroism aud scries of deep base netea nmtixuimi s e u he catches f M leas away Bancroft the with little discernible save an ermine self sacrifice Aud Going round and round and round out of that dream sence of the disease there may bemaivy trifle superstitiousgreat historian is a through the akv mantle a pair of great eyes always came another and With a pack of dreams forever goingpb wfi ji scene t yestcrdav a higher vision I Miggestoiis as to defects in its preven- Â¬ tning terrible would He fears tosome- Come here Boney shotted mm fixed upon the stage and a shining resolved to round happen him give my hand to the man I tion But once let the dread disfigurer should he fail one from the house Wht ar fm cloud of floating golden hair This loved I would have to have his beard I see two eyes the brightest j made you rich and distroyer invade a community and trimmed the fourth day abont you young rsto eal constant spectator was as I had been and powerful Cola content of eveiy But Til not tell whose they are ere long there is sure to bean adoption to I punishin at misaete beas re Â¬ They shut up Hke a lily ftouLilre rViiuxaj Sophia Oilanoff a out my life n its old peaceful linger of some of the means of nrevention month 3e stoiy t a sflecs eal way plied Boney proudly That Sand man cant be far 1 1 --John C Calhoun of South CaroÂ¬ Otl1 w Somebody grows so quiet 0 flit liIIVC3 wu o iuli liil Ullb ter Â¬ with the glad thought that I had show Â¬ As to it we are never to lose sirfit of iriii And pray what was the jmuiuh Jir k waste y tme ribly crippled and deformed Her at- Â¬ ered blessings on the Who comes without a sound the importance of isolation and disin- Â¬ lina grandson of the ureat nullifier head of him I ment He leads one more to dream land lHrttK that Iris cy f Whc tendants used to carry her in and out loved But kwas not to hit This fection It is true that for the person has the second largest cotton field in Going round and round and round Why I jesT tied him upiadestaMe of her box at the different theaters her project once formed He was a Captain And a good night to the Sand maa going close gainst de wall en withiu my nund I protected by inoculation or vaccination the United States denlietcde ckoa TTt aBwreafttt th kw iu the favorite recreations being music and resolved to lose no time in round hawn en stuck it in fro de wiader WeH w awe werhfly jesnicys sa putting it this is not so important for his own and is Confederate service at eighteen Geo Cooper in X T Imlepindent now forty one the drama But inasmuch as a part of the W tea auy ten ear stories eer into execution I sent for my uncle safet I kep on a blowin dat hewn in his MmAftmrngtr ears offesd She was still quite young twenty and imparted to him my intentions people will be found unprotected it is William Savage Burns of the cLtss year tweli he mos stracted Te he r ae kac tkeaht Irem yeata apart five or thereabouts I learned and she He heard me in silence it is an evil very important that these other means of Yale 87 has a remarkable inemo y NAPOLEONS VICTORY aint gwine cut up no mr capers wid eaa teaca tiae inhabited one wing- of the irrcat Orlan- - omen when an Orlanoff listens without are not lost sight of Some curious He can give the full name and address The aaari rf ariaa aa4 aeart me after dis shos you bawn Hovr a Brljjht Little Darkey Paaisaed a off palace under the guardianship of speaking to displeasing tidings Tfca4c l gerera eaca 4s So after all this time the vkteVyThe facts have recently come to light as to of every student in the university Donkey Who Threw Him JE Crtmrelt 9frft WorU ner nncte rrmce Michael Cola next day he came to me to tell me that the cit3 of Leicester in England there are eleven hundred students on was IS apoleotis PaHfe There Baretti took quite an interest in this he had proofs of jour complicity in the where it has been claimed that the the catalogue his feat is not an easy being on was not such a mischievous maim in Golden Days Ftmbcrien the farm as Napoleon Bona Â¬ J5ABETTFS BRACELET unfailing patroness of our theater Nihilist conspiracy in which your most anti vaccinationists have been able to one parte aged eight If the cows got in- Â¬ having a -- oft heart for any thing tliat intimate friend was implicated aud prevent epidemics of small pox with- Â¬ G Dunning editor of the New to the corn a Boney was generally found OUR TRAMP was weak and suflering and I used to that through his intimacy with York Railway Gazelle met three men to be somehow out resort to vaccination It was first KdHowi l Prino responsible for it not It think sometimes that our splendid chief of police he had to pronounce the found that those serving as nurses or on the train approaching Sanford Fla because like Little Boy Blue he was How aHd Why He Frirstftaed a fThet but to Him Claudius had somethiug to do with her one word to cause 3 011 to disappear from who were allowed to come in contact They were very pleasant and he be-Â¬ IletueheltL Under the hay stack fast asleep with patients were always those who came so interested in their conversa- Â¬ for he kept his eyes wide open He was the handsomest man that I unflagging interest in our perform the face of the earth for ever In the long ago when I was enough ave ever seen upon the boards and ances At all events she used to aj The charge is false Princess 1 had recovered from the disease or had tion that he did not know that they but very likely the blackberries child my parents went awsy for a visit plaud his best t4pilethe fact that I have Teen possible to a points with all fervor Knew notning of my poor friends de been vaccinated As to the others had relieved him of a pocket book con- Â¬ tempted him across the road and he and to remain all night Sister Heie pair of small and slender sisrns tage aHaer in leading Iulian the- the3 did not contract the disease be- Â¬ taining 1500 until ho reached Sanford just forgot to shut the gate or a squir- Â¬ was a young lady and there were iwxt white hands and when he was on the for the last thlrtyeari so when There was a letter in your hancl- - cause of the precise methods of isolation President Monroe according to a rel 1 id itself beneath a fence and the brothers younger than she After stage her opera glass seldom left her aftor a brilliant seasoaof six weeks in j found amonirst the naners of and disinfection While our reliance recently published letter of his grand- Â¬ rails had to be pulled down before the many directions concerning tlwecs St-- Peterslmrg our energetic director eyes He got into the way at last of Nikalaieff what it contained I do not should not be upon these 3et we are son was not overwhelmed with debt frightened little animal was captured about the house the dear mother said 4eii4MitcioimtTorelirs great tra playing to her in a measure so appre Â¬ know But this much I know that he to avail ourselves of all the advantages finally dying in poverty as generally men away would Boney run to show to Essie believed He says that his distinguished the other smsili darkies his prize while TkeifArlyrs and pecded an ciative was her applause and so earaest who by so much as the tip of one finger which thej afford I think dear you had better step He used to saj for in- Â¬ is caught in the terrible machinery of But our chief reliance must be on the ancestor left large unincumbered leal the cattle took advantage of his sib m my room so you can look wore oUr of remarkable personal beauty to her attention take the jnirt of Claudiua I said to him stance The Princess must have been our police system is irretrievably con Â¬ great prevention afforded b3 the dis- Â¬ estate in London Count- - Va and per- sence to make a square meal of green conveniently after the Ire Mothers room was off the sitting at occ -- Ucla JJaretU is the Tery pleased to night with my acting in the demned In a few brief decisive covery of Jenner Never has a method sonal property worth J0000 which corn 1 did not recite the words Prince Michael There was no question at anv last scene or Uncle Lias was the only person who room and tliat opened on a porch told me what of treatment been subjected to so se- Â¬ public records show of our leading tragedian Varese Hymn to Hynier as well as usual this your fate was to be and then he left vere tests They began at a time when Canada luis a j oung Indian poetess could keep the 3 oung scapegrace In When bedtime came the boys Will aad for the ckaraeter for he was short and evening for the Princess failed to ap- Â¬ me to my despair Fori kuew that inoculation had established for itself in the person of Pauline Johnson re- Â¬ any sort of order and sometimes even Robert went upstairs as usual She became thus as it uu were iosi 1011 nnn timr ytick et and was fifty years old at the plaud it Essie and I went to bed in mothers mi some advantages and when the plea siding at Bra ntford who is described his authority failed turn were the barometer of this talent very least besides which he preferred doom was sealed unless indeed J that it was the transfer of a bovine as a slender graceful brunette si littte instance AuntMahaley Major room I had fancied it wonld be a I think the time has now come for could save you For a little time I disease to mankind had more appeal to above middle height with abundant Washingtons cook who had made the great treat to sleep there but somehow the part of Xero which he had always J4yed in Italy Our director tele Â¬ giving the true reason for our failure could think of nothing but of my an- Â¬ the superstitions of the people than dark hair frank hazel eyes oval face majors gruel when he was a baby died when the light was out I was graphed for Baretti that very night to give Hamlet in St Petersburg as guish and my terror Then a sudden uow In the work done by Pasteur red flexible lips and ringing musical suddenly and soon as the news reach Â¬ afraid Essie soothed and comforted a the pieo was brought out three we had promised on the withdrawal resolve took possession of my soul I Powcis and Kleinand in the varied re- Â¬ voice Miss Johnsons poems are dis Â¬ ed Uncle Lias he started Boney post-- me and finally began telling nft a with Cola Baretti summoned weeks later Of couise everv hodv of The Martyrs uncle to 1113-- presence lations which have been established tinguished for deep feeling and rich liaste to inquire at what hour the story when suddenly without so inows alont Torcllfs ilartrrs as it as the melancholy Dane It is just as once more and I offered as the price between diseases of man and the lower imagery funeral would take place Now so much as a footfalL two distinct raps well that the public should learn that of your freedom and your life to re Â¬ animals Ave have come to know that at is oac of the greatest poetic dramas or grand i burial as Major Washington were hesird on tlie porch door Essie Mrs Adeline neither I nor the director were in any move the only obstacle that stood be- Â¬ least sixty diseases need to be studied Benjamin Roberts Roberts widow of inJtmdcd for his faithful servant was sprang op lit the candle yes before the siHcteenth cent iin I need a noted colored oidy mention that it turns on the way to blame for disappointing the tween him and my great wealth my- Â¬ in tiieir comparative relations The Bostonian is dead It was her hus- Â¬ scarcely more exciting- - to Uncle Lais the dsvys of kerosene dressed and who were fate of Claudius a brilliant young prof subscribers naturally self I would die and make no sign only one point which really needed band who on the refusal of the school than to Bone3 but unfortunately in stepped into the large- room and asked Who is there Kgaic noble who love i Christiaii anxiou to see Baretti in a more prom Â¬ and 1113-- only conditions were that my testimoii3r and experience was whether committee in 1850 to admit his eldest taking a short cut through the briah No reply but agaMt inent part than that of Claudius And eud should be painless and that 1 vaccination is a comparatively harm Â¬ daughter as ix pupil pAtrldan maiden and is induced by patch a rabbit crossed his path and those peculiar knocks entered suit Tsiking my hand sh j hnrried lis Jove to embrace her faith and to indeed I only learned the whole story should be permitted to summon you less method and whether it really as against the cit3of Boston A decision he set off in hot pursuit e share In her doom both being con Â¬ from him the other day whou I went here aud to place in 3 our possession a rule prevents the small pox We after a long and exciting contest was Away scudded the rabbit over field along to our brothers chsimber and demned to the lions by JNero We had to visit him in Milan with my own hands the papers that in Â¬ might rest the proof alone upon the rendered in his favor and resulted iu under brambles with Boney close be- Â¬ told them to get up as some one w This is what he told me jured your safety the compromising fact that not one of a thousand of those throwing open the doors of the cit hind till a hollow tree offering shelter trying to come in the house by the cage full of real lions in the last rcnc that of the amphitheater and by Xne gloomy attcrndou shortly after letter and your passport Au liourio who have been educated in the healing sehools to the colored children of Bo- - to the poor fugitive it rushed into the porch They soon dressed and fbl-4lnt of never feeding them till just we Jiaci iven im uhivmoTli he brought mc yonder packet and a art has any doubt on this subject We ton Boslon Journal trunk and out of sight The boys lowed us to the large room and listen fter the performance we got them to Martyrs he found waiting for him at glass of old Tokay 1 drank the wine know that there is no contagious onby chance was to gather together a ed The knocking wsis repeated and disease so apt to be taken by all HUMOROUS Tear every evening in a iuo4 reali tic the stage door at the close of the first and then he left me saving big pile of lesives and brushwood to Will took the poker Rob a stick of aad Woodthlrnty fashion Then we had rehearsal of Hamlet a servant girl wood Essie the broom and I welfT You can send for actor when directly exposed to it We also know The dime museum woman who kindle a fire and smoke the rabbit just took who i ut into his hands a sealed note you please 011I3 do not delay too that of those who are certified to have j hold of Essies gown Will from its hiding place He was anx-Â¬ xhcw scene for that act representing been property- - vaccinated not one writes with her tdes must make a great iously awaiting the result of this exÂ¬ stepped to the door and sisked agsiin the interior of the Colosseum as rt It contained these few words onry long main- aHored after the best authorities and without signature or address iUtoiiihmcnt and horror had up to in a thousand will take the disease Bulletinfoot notes Boston Commercial periment when an unexpected footstep who wsis there and what he wanted As Still no reply and he cautiously nn it was so finely don tliat it created a sootheyon value your life and if you desire to this time kept Baretti silent but at within a year after the3 hare been reached his ear The Officers Failure the last momenta of a dying ivoniau fol- these words he operated upon If the fact seems to be genuine jcBatioii A moment after Uncle Lias had fastened the door opened it the least sprang to his feet low the bearer of this letter For the love of A cop once attempted to knab -- This shown that the protection has for seized him from behind and was vigorÂ¬ bit but could scs no one Asking Rcb the great buceess of the plav was Heaven come must not be he cried A man whom another did kstab some persons some limits as to time But the chap made a run ously applying some of the brush to to bring the lantern a clumsv per- Help let me ummon help Baretti a Claudius As I have said be Â¬ Cola tried to question the girl but And his liberty won wo then onty need to know what these Hut the Prince another purpose fore he was wonderfully handsome could get no answer from her and in Dear me didnt I forated tin affair with a tsillow candle hand cold as ice By gcttlne away in a kcab - catch it limits are and to repeat the mode of poor Boneyi x superb and symmetrical and an- - fact she eemed incapable of under Â¬ ami nn t teel cm died back the In vain he tried illuminator he prepared to z out Boston Courier to escape by declaring he had seen the protection The last few years have Dont go Will please dont Essie numau iasnion uiat was just standing either French or Italian words upon U lip Kfuu Gentleman on plank crossing added some cr3 important informa- Â¬ -- he funeral pass and thought it too late to said Silence fcited io tlie character And when on Many men would have hesitated before whimpered in ac Â¬ Well either 3 011 or I mus stream But I go home then the first night Claudius appeared at deciding to obey so mysterious a sum- Â¬ cents hoarse with terror Not a cry tion and never has it been so possible turn back Pat Ochyou turn and the more enragedUncle Lias wsis onlv one trying must and if it is only some as now to secure skillful and complete to scare us he must look out not a sound the top of a flight of steps at one side mons but Cola was as brave a a lion We stand beneath an I will folly cz Xivera bit will I turn De idee ofaneighbin sister bein that Is alL Some mc back to 3 of the stage in his white besides which there was something in avalanche a word might call down protection against small pox dch a foine gentleman laid ler re t dout a spectable mourn Â¬ Opening the door wide he mnde sv tunic and snowy mantle with a the tone of the feu- - words of the epMle upon 3 our head the swooping doom still cling to the use of the Jennariean An agricultural exchange thinks er from our place a jimin in de por rush just in time to see a figure all in There are eye- - that watch us cars that lymph as it is called and prove that it fan of white ostrich plume in his hand that bore the ring of sincerity So he that the old fashioned plow i soon ee hun -- aid the old man hc1 leaning upon the shoulder emphasiz Â¬ white scramble off the porch Will Besides for un has lost none of its power of protection destined to become a thin of one followed his guide through the gatner hearken to our word of the pat ing hi remarks ou Honeys back of his boon companions a murmur of ing gloom of the evening till thev stood it i too Iat All Cola Cola do not In thi country Dr Snow the veteran en followed raised the poker but did not We often thought it was being run into sill on count er a ole rabbit nintin his strike take from me all the gladnes of ni health officer of Providence R L has adsriration ran through the house before the great Orlanofl palace the izvouiulBurlinalon Free Press Hello it is you is it you miserable tail at i fool nigger The old Countess Ledichoff was Turning to the west winjr the ir led self sacrilice Let me not die knowing ahvavs secured a line of this lymph A Young Humanitarian hearing old gander and he caught the culprit In fact AuntMahaley was not buried heard to ak How long was it since him swiftly up a side staircase and that I have died in ain I could not and uses it with admirable success the bagpipes for the first time 6 till next day and Boney by way by the neck and bronghtf him forward give 3 011 riches and power my beloved The one argument that has been relied -- eeond the statues h the Vatican had come to opening a door on the floor couldnt 3 011 interfere of further punishment was de Â¬ for inspection which she instantly closed behind him -- lifter me at least to give you the life I upon against it is that the lymph is mamma life and taken to acting And the a horrid man squeezing some- Â¬ prived of the pleasure of True enough it was only old Romeo assisting at scnlptor Krazinoff who died the other as he entered he found himself in the have bought even at the price of my capable of transmitting the disease of Theres one person to another It is a signifi- thing under his arm and he is hurting the ceremony the lsiwlcss lesuler of our flock of geese day aged eighty two came up to him presence of the Princess Sophia He own Perhaps it is better so for 3011 Punch This wis Bonapartes first defeat During the past winter the sole wish of in the green room after the first act recognized her instautly though she could never have loved me had I been cant fact that amid the millions of it so Miss Melinda Clarendon One The second happened in this wise his life seemed to be the occupancy of and said with a long look at his figure lay on a couch beside a tablewhich your wife And some day in Heaven vaccinations that have taken place Uncle Lias said he must have a horn the porch If a gate wer left open he since the time of Jenner scarcely a ticket for Springfield plesisc Ticket and his features Ah my boy if I bore a ainglc lamp the shade of which made whole and strong and fair I mav Did you intend to go with the to call the field hands in to meals wsis the first to discover it and with an were Imt ten years younger 1 would was so arranged as to leave her figure spring to greet you my hero and score of such eases can be shown and Agent M C express You impudent It want no use er him hollerin exultant chuckle In he would waddle make of your Claudius a masterpiece in obscurity while throwing itsfull claim you a nrv own by the right of a even these are not likely- to have hap- Â¬ in marble that would immortalize us luster ou any one approaching her But love stronger than death eternal as the pened from the lymph itself but from man do I look like an express pack- Â¬ long es a hawn could make twict es with all his retainers Finally he be Â¬ Boston Beacon much noise he said blood and septic material inserted at age came such a nuisance the boysdecided bothf Isov was his acting a less suc- Â¬ there was no mistaking the slight form life bej ond the grave The addresses of a certain young When somebody suggested that the to confine him with the others In sv cess than his appearance- - The fine in its wrappings of ermine and the bhe paused and her breath came the same time These possible Bases are a poor offset against the tens of man having been declined 13- - a young big dinner bell would answer every close pen where they hstd been since play of Ids features the grace of his mist of golden hair that floated around quick and gaspingly lad3 he paid court to her sister How purpose Uncle Lists said it wouldnt morning But Romeo had managed to Lift me to the light Cola gestures the unforced fervor and the pale delicately featured counte- Â¬ she thousands of lives that have been saved How however that for several years much 3 011 resemble 3 our sister said and that ended discussion To ssitisfy escape only to firl he had no followers pathos of the later scenes all won nance The room was larjre and loft v murmured and look upon my face he the evening of his first call You the good soul Boney was dispatched to and that he could not get back to them warm praise from audience and critics and hung with tapestry On a low mat 111 tne otiier world 3011 may not past the feasibility- of procuring the hmph direct from bovine inoculation have the same hair and the same fore- Â¬ bridle the donkey and sent off to town to sleep Evidently disgusted and fail to know me alike and much to Vareses dismt stand was placed a box of water colors has been proven we no longer need to head and the same e3 cs homesick he had sought the porch And the as soon as possible He raised her gently in his arms and indignation Cola Baretti was the and an unfinished miniature portraitin Hi carried a ccess of our season which Baretti with surprise recog- Â¬ The lamp light showed him a face purq be disturbed about the transmissal of same noe she added quickly He written order to a hardware shop for where crouching on the threshold he has stopped calling at that house a tin horn and a mail bag which he had slept nodded and consequently Looking as he did and acting as he nized his own features Beside the and pallid as a pearl over which an disease from one person to another N Y Independent A witt3 nobleman once asked the was to leave at the post office for let-Â¬ knocked Detroit Free Press diC he came in for a good deal of social Princess on the table near her couch ominous shadow was slowly creeping parson sitting at the bottom of the ta Â¬ ters while he executed his other com- Â¬ attention and the more so as he was a were two objects a packet of papers She lifted her hands and lfnked them RUSSIAN PETROLEUM ble at a dinner why it is that when Â¬ mission winning genial gentlemanly fellow bound with a ribbon and a solitary aud lightly behind his bowed head Her SHOD WITH GOLD Arrived at the shop he delivered his eyes met his with an ineffable tender- Â¬ The Vast Quantities or Oil Produced by tho ever there is roast goose on the table it If the stage and a great favorite with empty wineglass Wells Xcar Uaker is always placed next to tho parson order into the hands of a clerk and The jaectlon Folly erery body who madehisacquaintance She looked up as he advanced He ness in their azure depths of a Kick aad Eccen Marvelous as are the oil field of the Really my lord was the reply I cast his eyes around in search of an Oh my love my love she sighed But he kept out of the way as much as paused as he came within the circle of tric Aaviralian Tinker In the year 1855 a storekeeper named possible refused most of the invita radiance cast by the shaded lamp and Live and be happy and sometimes United States theyare small affairs cant think of any reason in particular instrument that would fulfill Uncle Donald Cameron carrying on business remember the woman who has known compared with those of the Caspian but hereafter I shall always be remind Â¬ Lisis requirements ties that were extended to him and she gazed upon him for some moments The clerk politely handed him one at Woolshed wsis elected first member but one happj-- hour in her most un Â¬ Sea region of Asia One well alone ed of a goose when I sec your lord- Â¬ fcaraed p the little perfumed notes without speaking near Baku has produced more oil than ship after another for inspection but Nsipo of Parliament for the Ovens district that he daily received without so much So you have obeyed my summons happy life and that the hour in which sill the wells of America An orifice she learned she could lay down her life reading them The truth is that he Cola Baretti Im going to solve the problem as leon Bonaparte wsis not going to do and he had the honor unique in the she said at last I for ten inches wide spouted daily more oil to was engaged to be married to a young thank Heaven for that whether or not a dog can be taugh smy thing rash so he presently mus- Â¬ history of the colony of bein- driven 3ouf than was being produced throughout music He was w ceping now such bitter in triumph from the Woolshed into American girl Alice Mayburn by Ive engaged a music teacher tered courage to - ask Her glance rested with mournful in tears as only strong men can shed in a the whole world including therein the for Nero Kin I jes try- de soun er one dese Beechworth in a gig with tandem awc who was studying singing in tensity upon the broad brow beneath said a prim 3oung lady moment of supreme emotion Thcy 25000 wells in America the thousands Is he making an3 progress Milan under Lamperti and so he used its clustering chestnut curls the was the yere Unc Lias he mighty pertickler tesim the leading horse of whieh was full bout de soun en he tell me ef I brings shod with gold An old resident of t devote his leisure moments to study- Â¬ dark eyes the features fine and firmly fell upon the white brow from which of wells in Galieia Roumania Burmah anxious inquiry Oh 3 es He howls the golden cloud of hair had fallen back and the shale oil distilleries of Scotland now most melodiously and his bark him a hsiwndat aint jes right in soun tlie district has fsivored me with the ing Shakespeare and writing her long outlined as those of an antique bust and Wales In one day the outflow grows daily like a vail dey aint gwine to be a whole bone lef following particulars of the occur-Â¬ letters He showed me her phot tlie noble and symmetrical figure reached 1100 tons or 2750000 gallons J of his bark more flexible The pitch in my body Tears and for me rence graph once but I can not say 1 thought she whis the music master informs Just before the election an They lied to me who Not tears Cola but one kiss Another well has yielded altogether me is admirably adapted for cultivsi uch of it a little thin face with a beauty was born of the said that your pered Whereupon he proceeded to blow not eccentric individual known as Tinker Notwith- Â¬ tion to bid me farewell and then go go nearly 30000000 gallons pwr of immense eyes and that was all stage and the glow of cosmetics of the Indeed with interest What one but all the horns until the patient Brown who had made a lot of money the footlights as standing this astonishing product the is the pitch of A little American mocking bird that My fair hero how well some 3ou value 3our life the bark His bark clerk was obliged to request him to se- Â¬ on the digging suddenly purchased a woman He touched his lips to hers reverent- Â¬ American oil still keeps the European ii on the C lect sm instrument from those already circus with tents horses wagons etc scarcely thought was fitted to mate will love you long after I am dust and ly as though he kissed a holy relic market seventy per cent of it is an il with king falcon I toldBaretti so ashes Come closer Baretti sit An old Irishman occupied the bar-Â¬ tested or tsike one on faith as such a complete coming in to Beechworth luminant which is true of only thirty near The mortal chill of that pale very frankly one day but he would not me there where the light noise would inevitably drive every cus- Â¬ with his company he offered to drive mouth per cent of the falls fullest thrilled through his Russian oil The lat- bers chair the other morning and he tomer from the shop Thus adjured the newly elected powerful frame lfalen to me was drowsy His eAcs could not be member and supply I would look upon you while yet I may ter is however Friend JfarconV he said I love do so And I have something to tell He laid her softly back upon her pil- Â¬ purposes But better for lubricating kept open and his head tumbled about Boney msidc his choice and sifter golden horseshoe for the occasion Baku where all rk her and she loves me and when once you and though the tale is not a lonrr low but the cold finders still souo ht Russian oil is found is nearly 600 this and dropped over upon his shoulder stopping at the post office started for The Woolshed boms miles and greatly elated at the result of the elec- Â¬ her dchnt Is made and her career like one I have little time in which to tell his hands down upon his breast in a way home Claudius my fair Claudius where from the Black Sea A pipe line is About five oclock he appesired upon tion wsirmy took up Browns IdeaTanU assured I shall Invite vou to the it mat maue snaving a diincuit- operst is your raiment of white and gold spoken of but that would be much tion the top of a hill just in front of the they resolved in addition to present wetWiag for the knight of the lather and h not a word I beg of you I am here to do our bidding Prin All is darkness yet no longer than the American pipe lines An enormously stuffed mail their member with a diamond scarf there slight and In disparagement of my future wife a dangerous one for patient Finally house cess he answered as he seated him- Â¬ then less than a third of the oil beyond light and life the life that I bsig hung over one shoulder protrudÂ¬ pin The horseshoes were raswle That was one of the defects of Colas self in the place she indicated the barber said gently- - but firmly have saved Greater love hath no man could be used for lighting purposes ing like a gigantic carbuncle and working jeweler named Toield hfar character He never would listen to Look i here sir I cant possibly shave You have seen me at the and Hence the necessity- - for refineries and over the other wsis borne a horn well weighed nine ounces each The team reason on any point where his affec Cola and doutless know who theater known than this you unless you hold your head up for other ways of disposing of the non Her voice into silence tHm were concerned It was the the Princess Sophia Orlanoff tlie lam eyes closed died that momentand her illuminating oil of the Ballakhanni To which the response was made with calculated to perform the duty required was driven from Woolshed to BeechÂ¬ richest At worth and bsick as far as La Serena a tall c thing about his friendship for heiress in Russia and Coot me hair of it-the shame and dark woman in peasants dress came Plateau What a singular circumstance drows3 indifference By this time all the little darkies on Hill On removing the shoes unlucky Lieutenant Ivan Niks1 burden of the powerful family to which thin Providence Journal tint the it is that these vast the fsirm had gathered about the yard leader a piebald circus horse ofthey sieC wh was afterwards hanged for I belong b3 reason of my bodity in- Â¬ siriftly from behind the tapestrv that were hidden under thequantities ofof oil surface the to witness Boneys entry To insure were found to have lost a Why She Took Him mtpticHy in a Isihilist conspiracy I firmities By my fathers death L a clothed the walls She motioned im- Â¬ earth in portions of the globe that have total of periously to Baretti to depart Hiding their admiration and prove himself and three quarter ounces said to him Cola my boy deformed cripple came into the pos Â¬ BeJere been longest inhabited without its ex- Â¬ I understand Clara that your old master of his instrument our hero Tinker Brown the packet papers died he willed them to jnhanM make friends where thev session of the hereditary estates of our hurried fromofthe room in his breast he istence being even suspected by peo- Â¬ beau Smy the is going to many Miss raised the horn to his lips and blew a a married daughter keeping and in an hour ple d tm Tsoje good not amongst j race My uncle Prince Michael has MbS said Ella living on the surface Demortsfs Robinson had left St Petersburg forever blast which fairly shook the hills house atWagga Wagga that can only be an injury to long conceived the plan of retaining They were Girls often do that when they in Â¬ Monthly When Alas the best laid schemes o little ra existence Hntil aboat opened the packet 3m t nothing would induce him my wealth inthe family by uniting me within ithebesides the passporthe found for tmissm tend to go housekeeping darkies gang aft aglee The donkey when the owner hstd them Bteheii and the Sixty five varieties of lettuce nra till 2ukalaieff waa in nnirriaze to his soil Paid To this j ami Do what jealous of this imitation of his music turned into sovereigns letter a ionir thick tress of j olden known to horticulturists-Jftttiwnw Why take a flat M 7 Sun bent his head to earth his heels to Jsrgus Kim Gnaw Haum lg - ujeti t I ii ItE BliAIEfe r of rtajfry s - n 1 - lte AlLstay-up-late- - - -- Atfy - -- iirJ - Gr eyf tie -- ad -- 7 I Fr 1113- thei-e-for- e - - -- Â¬ Bt 11 -- gold-bcr-lcr- ed Â¬ Â¬ -- - or Â¬ -- jhc - -- 3r iys ee P3 6i r Fr ttlwMtllW JlUlilWSfewMw E - JrC- JajTWww -- UWPMK - fcaft HESSgKHVtfc EGe W - - H4 V t r - - - - -- r W f t - rj - i J V j irii tv3f i - J yi-- -s i r JLTr v iim jhh a mi VWm8SEjt -- Jr - - - - - J c - - - - 39H teEJK ii aAMsJ JjWfc ftr Y-r- M- E miiIi - - 2v the class room we should find our level fiw ia the conditions our environments im Â¬ U fc f pose A wise raaa educes the opin iipj ioa of others after imparting his own - thought with a view to lessen the dis parity between his own anind and the wind of the humblest and juost unpre testious jaember of the company In ane relations the heart is a greater factor than the intellect Among a pack of school boys a pedant like i3feOPS the stare Casaubon becomes the veriest fool in the room Avoid vulgar colloquial 4m X Isms and slang There is a grisly fairy story of a beautiful young woman ci4 fM 4wtWiw Mt ttimot- for BftOfiopolists aad laofiopo - HQtAZ FARM AND GARDEN Pepper Adulterations Dr- - Campbell Brown Ihe public ana-l-- st fc l-M- eas- W ie-d- st- res w XXsw 9mBC 3sB9 SMpflt HEM SVBVC IKZw feMVC5 HiMa rP I iMM - XMnntil teeHse - H iHAVEr l fces Kwsfce isfe eyes arc blseI3Mt Maa vkes I c from whose mouth when she opened it dropped frogs and toads I am alÂ¬ ways reminded of this story says au English gentleman of good breeding when I hear a young lady talkslang Enough words are in every day use to express the nicest shade of meaning without resorting to tlie low idiom of the tap room Bad words contaminate the blood as insidiously as do the microbes of disease and the poisonous germs that infest animal food So gentleman is profane no huh uses slang M413 11V vka Jtes a Xiftap JK C sisId GoodnlTe Sun c ABOUT CONTEESATIOJS1 Gift Wfaiok Should Be TkeVata rS3eoe Dest 9iease4t Tbe le4Bt a Great -- a Beetaa Flaa Talk Shop the By this elversltka fee bkws la all the realm of jjiljMiuMrc there is noraore ineafcertauuHCKt tkan that of oral Jtai6 xnrise et f life is - s vrho said that soul-satisi- tkt MnNMN1 5 iBettheyitrdin jM3Rb f eech id could communicate citb iMe asotker onlv bv sins in a a4 gyartob eding our dayssealed imaaCn mimic dawb show with Uml Books TMasic the beauties of Bwfcwrc ike ircasrc of art would lose 9oawuit ef their piquancy and charm if we eoW irot talk about them if were utc The ift of ex jrestda is alalisisau that swa3s more ptojile th the scepter of Idngs Tlie ami power of the spoken word is reter ihN any enchantment that Jrkj la the devices of art-We Takw our friends for tlie instruc Hva the give us and the entertaiu Â¬ Sr TreJifei dreary routine our M tvc srere bereft of the 1c HTwit Ulfs -- The ged talker carries a pissort to the iwgheet coacils sage A homely 3esks agliaess when we arc moved by fee Keki of the lips The idea ma ie eid the tratk oft spoken but as Xe weH s3is Thirwgli UL Ac ttoagbt asd oft exprest gays it best Tis ate at converses well alwa s The auin who JEwte a waiting to be pulled xt a si4 door If he Jives in an attic mv wold not sit down with him at a pine talle and find his surronnd igsiore luxurious tlian the tajestried walls of an old world palace But the best talkers know the value of silence If 11103 l no disdain triv-Â¬ ial subjects they arc not absorbed by them It is their aim to instruct as well as imuse- - As much depends upon the tone the gestures the earn- Â¬ estness the modulation of the voice the power of concentration as upon theselccdon of topics and choice of words We arc more likely to forgive slips of grammar than pedantry if the The idoa sparkles like salt in fire If a inost searching test is sincerity sincere man the wood chopper who Jins never seen the inside of a school- house may become an oracle among men The courage to face a fact the ease with which he liandles a subject the clearness of his vision the pith of his sentences the ahscuce of rhetorical effort in his discourse put the rhetori- Â¬ cian to his foils It was Cato who said that he seldom soke unless he had something to sav that deserved to be known Small talk is diverting and liumor seasons the best discourse But these are apt to become fatiguing if continued to excess Many people talk to as little purpose as the foolish spider spins its silken meshes near the search- Â¬ ing broom of an Industrious housewife When we listen to their harangues we Words words ay fwith Hamlet btft-v-fco conversadon Conversation to be improving mnst be earnest and sincere The writer would commend a plan inaugurated by a ladv in Boston as thus described bv an intimate friend The usual hour for these conversations was eleven in the morning The persons present were usually twenty five or thirty in number rarely less sometimes more and they were among the most alert and active minded women in Boston Ten or a dozen usually took active part in the talk The leaders method was to begin each subject with a short intro-Â¬ duction giving the outline of the sub- Â¬ ject and suggesting the most effective points of view This done she invited questions and criticisms if these lagged she put questions herself using persuasions for the timid kindly rail- Â¬ lery for the indifferent- - There was al Â¬ ways a theme and a thread One whole winter was devoted through thirteen conversations to the fine arts another to ethics in different applications an- Â¬ other to education in various aspects another to the proper influence of women on family school church so eiety and literature On some of these subjects she had in her circle undoubt Â¬ ed experts who knew or carried particu- Â¬ lar points more than she did Of these she availed herself butjkept the reins in her own hands We all know that the best planned talk is a lottery to Â¬ day blanks to morrow prizes and there were times when the leader could bring out no co operation and had to fall hack on monologue But this was not common and even the imperfect fragments given in the way of report are enough to show the general success of these occasions Conversation parties are not fashion- Â¬ able to day for young people require amusements and games But who can estimate the benefit that would result from such a scheme as the above if it were to become popular and conversa- Â¬ tion were studied as a useful is well as We nury he sure the gain polite art would more than compensate for any loss of time taken from other tasks The frivolous banter with which very many fashionable people while way their leisure hours is not conversation Among intelligent men and women a love of gossip is deplorably real The newspapers have done a great deal to ereate a taste for sensational news But we can remedy the evil by taking uiore exalted views of life by reading and reflecting by meeting to discuss in an intelligent spirit subjects that have an educational value and a real aud practical interest and by improv- Â¬ ing our conversation we extend our influence and lengthen our lives Ear old Van Sanlcoord in S S Times FRAMES Xetv escns Which Add Sot a Little to the Decoration of a Room was a happy inspiration that first It suggested a departure from the long prevalent practice of placing the si- Â¬ militude of ones friends in squares or ohlongsof wood and gilding Since the discover that an object ma- - easily combine both use and ornament inge Â¬ nuity is no longer sorely taxed to de- Â¬ cide how to place pictures upon the walls which offer few available square feek In the present day independently of the value or charm of that which they raa- - surround picture frames may be had which are fitted to take their posi- Â¬ tion as ornaments and contribute not a little to the decoration of the room For instance a guitar covered with brocatelle which is endowed with design and coloring of the Louis XV period will have its strings represent- Â¬ ed in gold cord and its center utilized as a receptacle for a photo Another will assume the form of a lyre and be decorated with palm leaves and flowers in cloisonne enamel while the space between the two sides can he occupied by a portrait A hloek covered with fancy plush having at its base a stimulation of water containing metal flowers reeds and grasses forms a capital stand or easel for a sketch or engraving Tlie foundation of the frame which ma3 be either flat concave or convex exhibits over its surface a metal lace or network either in silver or gilt Upon this arc laid in high relief either as groups or disconnected bouquets flowers ferns grasses and sprays reeds which proclaim in colored enam els the accuracy with which they have been copied from models provided by nature JV Y Herald FANCY If swine are to he kept on the farm the best profits will be found in tlie finest breeds that run into matured meat the first year Secretary Goodman of the Mis- Â¬ souri Horticultural Society says a good toad is worth ten dollars in a garden as au insect destro3er Yig Pudding Six figs chopped fine after boiling them three cups of oread crumbs one fourth pound of suet 0110 egg one fourth pound of sugar one lemon grate tlie rind one nutmeg grated boil three hours in a tin mold or bag Good Housekeeping If 3 our garden plot is selected rake it over as soon as the weather will permit and bum up eveiy vestige of grass aud weeds so its to destro not 011I3- seeds but insects A covering of straw leaves or stalks burned over the ground will be an advantage Boston Bulletin ToCook a Ham Boil the ham three or four hours according to size then skin the whole and fit it for the table then set in the oven for half an hour cover it thickly with pouneed rusk or bread crumbs and set back for half an hour longer Boiled ham 1j al ways improved by setting it in an orcn for nearly an hour till much of the fat dries out and it also makes it more tender Boston Budget Benjamin P Ware of Massachu- Â¬ setts according to tlie Midiigan Farmer saj s that if we cultivate the apple orchard very highly jear after ear we wiJlget a great deal of fruit but will materiall- - shorten the life of the trees Trees under high cultiva-Â¬ tion will last but about seventy five 3ears while if allowed to grow natural- Â¬ ly will last nearly twice as long Mr Ware thinks it best to get the most out of the orchard in the shortest time and root it up when it has passed the useful period A correspondent of the Garden directs the attention of plant growers and orchid growers to the advantages of the practice of boiling tobacco juice in houses for the destruction of the in Â¬ sects over the old practice of fumigat ing One great advantage is that the steam does not scald or discolor the most tender foliage nor the most deli Â¬ cate flower that it can be done with- Â¬ out previous preparation i e diyiug the foliage etc aud that the operator can walk about in the house if neces- Â¬ sary during the operation The only way to clean out a nest sa s the Bural World should the con tnts become soiled is to cany the box outside burn the ha and then dip a sponge in kerosene and apph a lighted match to the box first rubbinir it over with the sponge The oil Mill burn for a few moments over the box and then cease If there are any lice they will have but a poor chance If an egg is broken in the nest tlie result is usually lice unless the nest is at once cleaned and the best mode is to begin anew with the box very clean aud fresh cut Â¬ of Liverpool rccentiy gave evi- Â¬ dence in some eases of pppcr adulter ation In one cae the pepper which he had examined contained upwards of 05 per cent of rice and 4 pn cent of a hard ligneous tissue resembling ground olive stones He explained that this worthless substance was imported into England under the name of poivrctte or pepperette for the purpose of in Â¬ creasing the weight and bulk of pep Â¬ per He hud much difficulty in ascer- Â¬ taining the exact nature of this com- Â¬ pound which is advertised in circulars sent from Ital to English pepper mer-Â¬ chants It seems to consist of some kind of ground fruit stones or nut Â¬ shells but ground oliye stones seem to produce a substance most like it The price of this rubbish is one penny a pound or less than one twelfth the price of pepper N Y Fost How to Clean Engravings A G Warre Agt D T R B Zeala Red Star Cough Cure is a moat efficient remedy lor bronchitis tha firstxiosa relieved me Price twenty five cents JulylSSl wrote ThosP Gloster Hoi yoke Mass in three days cured an abcess on my arm with St Jacobs OU October 29 ISSG ho says Was entirely cured or the terrible su3ering by it- - Price fifty cents m Ohio writes A blkd man in Iowa can tell the color of a red hot stove simply by touching it Puck Jjmval VVl 2h LBKzATW 3HE3BP KBHHBi9M9IBr BkCJ - T Too1 v - Wrt BI fnH9ESBVKEFf IJgH VHLi r 4 SH fv9HVl - KSHHaHnB BBBKLiVVSlHHHm F VHV Ji j 1 As x raindrop foretells a storm so does a pimple upon the human body indicate health destroying virus in the blood which can be neutralized and expelled only byDr Harters Iron Tonic The first thing a shoemaker uses in bot toming a shoe is the last LoutU Courier Â¬ mBVHL Coysr-rroo- may be avoided by the timely use of Halos Honey of Horehound and Tar Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute Jojrixo at a conclusion A dog trying to catch his own taiL JSete Haven Stvss OxtgexCcke Throat lung nervous dis- Â¬ eases Book free DrGenpert Cincinnati O Some farces are properly called little laughter pieces Put the engraving on a smooth board cover it thinly Avith common salt finely powdered Squeeze lemon juice upon the salt so as to dissolve a considerable portion of it Elevate tlie board so that it may form an angle of about forty live degrees with the horizon Pour on tlie engraving boiling water from a tea- Â¬ kettle until the salt and lemon juice be washed off the engraving will then be perfceth clean and free from stains It must be dried on tlie board or on some smooth surface gradually 110V b tiie fire or sun or it will be tinged with a yellow color Scientific American The greatest discovery of the age was made in tlie Bad Lands the other morning Two hunters who have been camping in that region for several weeks were awakened b a terrific shock and a roar that sounded like the rush of a might torrent Running out of their camp they saw a stream of fire over one hundred feet in height shoot- Â¬ ing into the atmosphere This immense blaze poured through the crust of earth for over an hour when it ceased In about five minutes after the cessation another eruption took place the flame being about thirty feet high but this was followed in about ten minutes by another blaze nearly as high as the first Bozcman 3f T Courier If afflicted with Sore Eyes use Dr Isaac Thompsons EyeWaterDruggists sell it25c A jjad scrape An amateur violinist solo The pugilist is the modern Shylock Ha is always seeking a pound of flesh Sometimes mothers secrete the erring boy for fear iather will hide him when ho comes home Who says it is unhealthy to sleep in feathers Look at the spring chicken how tough he is A SLirrEitr sidewalk is often a standing invitation to sit down Fhiladelnhia Man The Toliceman is the name of a new paper in London Good paper to club with It seems paradoxical hut it is true that floating debts will sink a corporation Tid Bits is apt to go out nights 1ress HHB0BSBiHSBB4 -- V he - - Ax unsteady man like an unsteady light Burlington What a vast amount of pan and suffertefr t I gladly attest the peculiar Vjlldinrtqp tronla be avoided if the above Word to t 8 power of Howls Sarsapariha For soma tirac Wise ras heeded in time by everybody The I have been unable to attend to business bn most serious ailments are at first slight and if Anally at the request of a friend I nseii part of a given proper attention mignt be curedend life r bottle of Hoods Sarsaparilla --yhich gave tosa prolonged Hoods Sarsapariila is peculiar in and strength to ray system and made nw fcL G KANVnin T Wooui the remarkable cures it accomplishes wholly voansr as --rbes a boy 1 J4 and C6 Lodge Street Qscinaali Ohio unprecedented in the history of medicine J re A xote of warning People who steal watches are apt to wind up in jaiL Bar- per3 Bazar A ovel just out is entitled Yeast Properly enough it is the work of a rising young author Troy Times PniLAiEUiiiA has a policeman whose name is John Seraphim He ccrtainlv Lovxll ought to be one of the finest Courier March April May Are the months in which to purify the blood for at no otbrr season is the body so susceptible to benefit from medicine The peculiar purif j ing J andrevivlDgqualitiesofHcodsSarsapariUaare just what are needed to cvpel disease and forti- Â¬ fy the system against the debilitating effects of mild weather Every year increases the popu- Â¬ larity of Hoods Sarsaparilla for it is just wnat people need at this season It is the ideal spring medicine If you have never tried it do so and 1 you will be convinced of its peculiar merit Hoods Sarsaparilla is prepared from Sarsapsv rilla Dandelion M jndraJce Dock Juniper Ber- Â¬ ries and other well known vegetable remedies in such a peculiar rsanner as tu derive the foTt medicinal Talue of each It will cuxr when is the power of medicine scrofula salt rhcuav sows boils pimples alt humors dyspepsia bil iousness ic headache inUipestion kidney ana livercots- plaints It overcomes that extreme tired fcoliaj caused by change of climate season or life geaeraide--bihtyc3tarrhrheumatis- ha3 put in looking liquid much the same in ON THE FARM A Dangrerous anil lowerlul Kxplosife Which Requires Carcul IIinUin Nitro glycerine is a very innocent ap- Â¬ DYNAMITE PICTURE wordsf Good conversation is as invigorating as s bracing atmosphere on a mountain-topIt infuses new life in the The best dinner loses its savor veins if there Is no table talk An eloquent talker is as instructive sis a good book and what he says lingers longer When Madam de in tlie memory Stael asked tlie Comptede Segur which he liked best her conversations or her Your conver-Â¬ writings he replied sations Biadaine for then you have not the leisure to become obscure Thoreat in his hut on VValden Pond spoke of his Sew England Nights1 En Â¬ tertainments when a poet sought him out in his seclusion aud the conversa Â¬ tion expanded and racked his little Such is the power of oral ut- Â¬ house terance that it is related of a gifted woman who seldom left the circle of her friends to shed her influence abroad that her presence was like the sun shiniug upon plants and causiug buds to open Into flowers 3Ia is the only talking animal and therefore he should not abuse the gift-Words were invented as the vehicle of ideas Such as fail for that purpose though lull of uiusicand shining with A Tipplers Explanation light are useless and redundant- - An Trisperi who is somewhat of a guz- Â¬ casv conversational style is better than pedantic md zler for some time has been 4aLts llorei an the art of listen his beverages with the aid oftaking all a straw everrloykBows that good When one of his friends asked the rea- Â¬ lug 5s 10 jean acquirement A Tide rf practice was laid down by son he replied It is only because I have solemnly Joseph 4e Maistre when he said I walls of my promised my wife that I will never averv bookish in the in the world I try to be again let niy lips touch a glass of liq- Â¬ wh Dont uor Lc Figaro s Bttki bookish as possible man who talks teak sfe4j A medical Samuel K Wilson the wealthiest of imIIs and plasters and the lirahs or a priggish at citizen of Trenton N J has startled ampirtatinH friends by suddenly marrying a himself Wev wh Jiever liftsand whose out of his wife Miss Conway of Boston entire second ffetf c t jrtspfcere sailing for Europe before congrat Â¬ -- oPCMfoH betnn s the absorption 01 and becomes a toI- - ulations could be offered His wealth - few amti ia - is uut at 12000000 Ar F Tribune feiitt Tfrcworia as uwe Avater-col-ored pearance as the simple glycerine but so terribly explosive as to be exceedingly dangerous to handle in an- - wa ly namite is practically an adulterated form of nitro glycerine consisting of very fineh pulverized earth saturated with three times it weight of the liquid and resembles closely the cheap brown sugar or dampened graham flour and while very much less dangerous to handle than the liquid is et almost equal to it as an explosive and very much more powerful than gun powder As sold for usv it is put up in cartridges and accompanied by fulminating caps and fuse for exploding it The eap and fuse are attached to the cartridge 011I3- as they are used and carefully prepared directions fordoing this with illustrations are furnished free by the seller To blow out a stump make a hole with a crowbar under it having the end of the hole as near as possible under the solid center of the stump Insert a prepared cartridge veiy care Â¬ fully using a wooden stick and not a crow bar to push it to its place Pack sand or loose dirt closely around the cartridge light the fuse and run beÂ¬ cause the pieces will fly in all direc- Â¬ tions The same thing ma be done with a rock but these may be often broken up without putting the hole under them To do this select the spot you would naturally strike with a sledge hammer if you were going to break it that way place the cartridge on it cover it with dirt lay a big stone on this and light the fuse Yes it is dangerous and will destroy life and property if carelessly used so will the coal oil we use in our barn lanterns therefore dont be careless with it Bear in mind these precau- Â¬ tions and it niaj-- be safely used Car- Â¬ tridges and caps should always be kept well separated from each other until they are to be prepared for use Pre-Â¬ pare but one at a time and not until the hole is ready to receive it and place it in position at one do not leave it lying around Never ram or pound it into place but gently push it and always with a wooden rod ueer with an iron one Do not attempt to use them when frozen and do not place them near the stove to thaw out simply plaee them in a warm room and wait patiently Most dealers in hardware or agricultural implements keep them on sale Fanners1 Journal Â¬ -- The story that the strikers intend to tear A number of Boston capitalists are In- Â¬ up the tracks of some of the ocean steam- Â¬ building a railwa car of steel ers is no doubt a mere rumor stead of forming their car bv the cur A TVesteiix lecturer rent square box pattern the will tise subiect A Bad hgg has selected for his This subject often as far as possible a curved design strikes a lecturer unfavorably SorrUtoien Hot air pipes will heat the car and a Herald compressing platform will render tele- Â¬ Nothing says a writer gives so scoping an impossibility The general much polish as culture When it comes adoption of such a car would be a most to a mans boots however we prefer blacking Btnrlitujion Free Press desirable result Boston Journal It isnt necessary to serve a term in tha house of correction in order to bo a good WHAT IS IT proof reader Chicago Journal L Pestilence That TVuks in Darkness A Destruction That Wastes at oomtay 20 Years r TVe have published in our columns from Kecord j0iiLJJ LYDIA E time to time different advertisements in regard to Brights Disease and its cures What is this terrible disease I VEGETABLE TVe have taken the trouble to make an Investigation from tho b2St sources and wo give the results to our leaders COMPOUND hat astomshes us is the general indifference given to kidney disorders The Is a Pcsiti e Cure JaJncys do not sound the alarm of their v6Ar r i - i diseased condition owing to the fact that pFl j Conplaints encj they havo very lew nerves hence few sus- Â¬ - Deficit V Iri Complicated troubles and pect that there is any disease in them Weaknesses so ccmracn Irritation inflammation ulceration set in amon cur Wives Mothers and then the little tubes of which the kid- Â¬ and Daughter neys are full are destroyed and thrown Jt vlU cure entirely off and from this fact are called tube casts aUornrianorvasiral As soon as this begins to take place it 13 A troubles lsfla siiito- only a question of how fast decomposition tion aud Ulcero oe3 on before the disease results f atallv tou Tailing and If tho proper remedies are taken before Dlrplacrsarntti fiual decomposition or waste of these tubes ccnteqvent rpinal commences or becomes too far advanced that is the only and last chance for relief It is at this point or before that Warners The Womans Sure safe cure proves so beneficial and may Lifics rrWTLixorprEKORi Friend cAani 0f life stECici oferatiojcs or kid- Â¬ euro or stop the wasting away of tha ctre Cixcxa bctit ttuxxtsskr all ctBmcTrAyocs act neys if it has not advanced too far KTrnTnEiTTsorxiTriac U uvrrtnyo Tho most remarkable thing of all our in- Â¬ iNiURKsT down cirsijfo ru ytxictt axd backache or bsakiso IS ALWAYS TEELXIS kxtlt cckid bt its csk vestigation is the fact that tne patient with BrighVs disase has no exclusive symp- Â¬ 2Sold by Druggists Price 8 J per bottle toms but has the symptoms 01 every com- Â¬ Mr Iinkhains Liver Pills care constipa ion 25c mon disease First he may possibly feel a dull pain in ELYS his back generally upon one side which does not debar hun from his usual business routine After a time ho may begin to feol neuralgic pains or have a slight attack of cotffl what he may callrhemnat sm or headache IS with high or dark colored urine with an unpleasant sensation in it3 passage and co SURE after standing showing an unnatural con- Â¬ As ScfvfdTO rJ- J dition Later on come tired feelings loss rjr s rY TO 7 of ambition or vigor or loss of or failing eyesight which is very common with a Gistressed condition of the stomach Any one of theso symptoms is liable to occur This no doubt accounts for tho propri- Â¬ COLD in HEAD etors of Warners safe cure curing so many diseases By regulatingaud buildiugupthe QUICKLY USJI kidneys symptoms 01 general ill health disappear They justly accuse the medical EASY TO profession of treating the effects and not A particle is applied into antl ajnTaule tho cause Finally it this disorder is neg- Â¬ Trier JO cent at lrnsirfsts each notril rejrfstoredCOcts by mail rve ELV 11KOS DrupTrist Oweso lected the patient either dies of apoplexy Circalari heart disease blood poison pneumonia consumption or any other disease that the system is most subject to -iviF It appears that General Logan realized his condition and was well aware that Siz jy bis disease was of the kidneys and ex- himself in indignant terins at the firessed the doctors in treating him for rheumatism when it was the kidneys that caused His attacks We have no doubt that very manj peo- Â¬ HIGHEST AWARDS OF MEDALS ple in this country havo the same trouble IX JLMXXIC Jl A D ETJJ 0 as tho General but littlo importance is at- Â¬ Th- neatest and tnoit powerfal rem tached to this malady by the medical pro- Â¬ edy Known for qnlckext safestPleuriy Nearalpia Luai Rheumatism colds of thrir inability to cope faaco Baefeache Wesfcness by 5CEJ in ths cheat and all fession because Phylrian and Drutr aches and pain Endorsed with it cither in its first appearance or ad- Â¬ pistsof the hiphest repute Renon s Plasters prompt- Â¬ vanced condition ly relieve and cure where other plasters ana preasy Tuero appears to b3 some one cause for talres liniments and lotions are absolutely ueless nearly every other ailment of the human IJeware of imitations under similar soundin names Capicineasthey Capucin uch as Capjieum deceive system butup to tho present time no one are utterly worthless nd intended todropjritS- -AifcroK All has been able to fully account for this ter- flKiSOVS AXD TAKK 0 OTIIEBProprietors New York JOHNSON SEABURY We understand that the rible malady people of Germany have become aware of its fearful fatalitv and have offered 400 000 marks 100000 to any one that can satisfactorily explain the cause --1 Hoods Sarsaparilla 1 a Sold by all druggists SI six for S3 Prepared by J-- HOOD CO Apothecaries Lowclh Mass c Scldbyalldmpsists L HCOD six for 55 Prepared by CO Apothecaries Lowell Mas 51 i IOO Doses One Dollar IOO Doses One Dollar CKEiBST AND YOUK THr Sunday School Find pleasure In Its 3Inc XSrisht Sontra mate taj Chlldre hapxy XT you are la aa-need of a new set of ilnjliig Koot Inc the followinc Price Sa cents tier dojpn JS ttL Songs or Pit03iisu All this beautiful boot and they haveaKreatYarietc bavin been contributed by many able writers The book has 1C0 naze end I SO hymns each with Its own tune Music and words mostly new I roa rA3crrjx SMTKE nmm WD1L9 I IEST H 1 CURES ALL -- lIateraal SOtDBTTUKCGClSrS 1 50c a BotU ExrL 1 4 M m l- - Singing on ihe Way gpigp u roB Ste AUJFMC S2XXS PS2 mte y CatarrH J ions hvmn acd occasional pieces such S will oe welcomed in tho Sunday school acl piece may be played upon the organ For Sunday Schools By L nniY nOrSnip o Emerson and WFShtr C5 cent per dozen JU0- wln iTico A book that Is intended to lift the scrrlce of sons In the Ssbbsth school abOTe the orvlinary leeL without putting It beyond the reach of the vast ma jority lTicor5ceut5perdorenJ ua 3roo A capiul book containinslffl pases -- of excellent f For the cure otall dlsortersof the StraitthTLlve v TizZZZZT Bowels Ksoners niwuer ieruu3 S of Appetite Headache Coenreness the pweis Biliousness Fever Inflammation 01 Internal yiscera Piles and all derancenn uts of the Purely fcgg table ccntalmng no mercnryratrnrm or deletenons drags n D RmWlYS PILLS II Sit V ti 11 tofi Fresh Flowers SJ iO rice 25 cent A dainty little book as full as It can bold of sweet melodies with pretty verses set to thorn such as srery child will understand and enjoy BOSTON CO OLIVER DITS0N Co 07 Broadway Xew York KntBTgfmS per dozen DR RADWAYS PILLS SStSffi store strenctit v tee si-- macn mu enn iu Dyspepsia The symptom of fcrm IW funrt--n3- disappearaad wth them the UablUty of the syateia to contract diseases DYSPEPSIA S KJLDrtATT dt ricecenjipjrbox Soldbraudrats SARSAPAHILLIAH RESQLVEKT A positive cure for Scrof ala and all Blood and Ski Diseases CO X Y TSB OKLY TRUB CURE IRON TONIC LADIES TOKICasafnand sp4dycare USEHAVEVEJr 1 Will pnrify the BLOOD recalat the LIVER ami KIDWEYS acd Bestose the EEAITS aadVIO OH of XOTJTH DrsrepaWanl of Appetit IndicestioaXackol Sstrtngta and Iired teung cs eolctely cored Boccs ans cles and sere receiTe arw farce Ealiveas th taica k and rarclies Brain Fowr Safferlas from ccxnr3 mrsrs vrK St Alt ELSi FAHS BestCoush Syrop Tastes good Use in time So4dbyTssss3t pom - iAruinr- kurAi t thyccwplesioa Frequent attempts at cpnntrit- ln only add to the popularity 01 tne ctiztmi Do not experiment get theOxtianMAM BxsT 1 rt ungrcDte t iucd oil S A Cure ConstlpaiionVliver CoapUlnt and Stek jh ieaacne Bsspia jjoss ana mailed on receipt o Jtwo cent In postage THEDRHARTER MEDICINE COWPANY is ume Haixesttixe If October 15 1SS6 J I K T HZETTS Bear Sir Gives aclsar heal Warren Pa StLouij Ma Due Agent Merchant only wantea in every town for During the last year yoa furnished me with COXO Tansills Punch This month yon have sold me almost all of which have been sold frcmona to Ave to each person jTcn will please ship MBS evÂ¬ ery Saturday until further notice CSJrKowtrr Druesisu JVenvr Col Address JR W TJLXSnLT fc CO Chicago UUOl COCKLES ANTI BILIOUS Pisoa Remedy for Catarrh Is tho Best Easiest to Use and Cheapest HEXICANW1RS0LDIERS WO THQR WIDOWS ARE KQW EXTiTLED TO Zitabliaaed in 1S49 WrH- We can not renew youth but we can pre- Â¬ vent gray hair by using Halls Hair Re niwer Ayt THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY For Uver Bile Indigestion etc Freo from Jtercnrr Mntins only Pure Vesctablo Ingredient Agent CUAS X CIUTTEXTOX XEVT YOItK for stomach SiHug to use rs Pills are a never failing remedy headaches caused by a disordered Texa EVANS WKSIILNGTOX DC P O Box 5S3 Peaion and Bount r secured for Soldiers of last war and thsir lleirs Pensions Increased Eeected case reopensu free atiTtcg promptly gTe - PENSIONy b TUCKER Atiomt DISCOVERY PROP I w3 taken vnih a verr severe cold last Springs and tried every cure --ve had in the store and could get no help I had our villajo doctor prescribe for me but kept getting- - worse I sate an- Â¬ other pbvsician from Port told Jervs I- - YT and he Jure me he used Pisos for Consumption in is practice I bought a bottle and before I had taken all of it there was a change lor the better Then I got vajÂ¬ employer to order a quan tity of tho medicine and I took keep it in stock one more botUe and my Cough vras cured Kespectfully Fc Ccxyt Aa ELM fA i Tnr great American dessert pie 1 Marvellous Memory Wholly unlike Artificial Systems Cnreof Mind aa dexln -- Any book learned in one reading Heavy re Â¬ ductions for postal classes Prospectua with opin Â¬ ions of Mr Pboctob the Astronomer Hon W Arro Jcbxh P Bexjjl met Drs Xrson Wood and Beet Cocoas in use- - CSLS WHS TteRo3 9 drfia i Pisos Remedy for Cntarrh is agreeable It is not a liquid or a snuff 50c 50c Sold by droggistJ or Pent by rardL E T Hazeltine Warren Pa others sent post tkke by idv bt m les4lv prsk jfrmonui Fattening Old Cows A Cocgii Coltj or Sore Throat should Old cows can seldom be fattened at a not b 3 neglected Browns Bronchia Dr Joseph a Sswalis Treatise ox simple profit even if their flesh was as valua- Â¬ Troches are a 25 crs remedy and give prompt relief a box HOG CHOLERA Its PREVENTION ble as that of younger ones because it and CURE Sent Free C S Joves t Co Bloomiagton 1H requires so much more time and feed An editor makes an income when he to do it But their flesh is not equal to makes his ink hum Whitehall Thner HABIT Cured Address CINCINOPIUM NATI OPIUM SANlTAUlUMSth Ward that of animals in their prime so there is a loss both in the quality and in the cost of producing When a cow has reached twelve to fourteen years of age it hardly pays to fatten her if she could be had for nothing Some cows of extraordinar quality may be profit abl kept as long as the can be for of this country use over thirteen million cakes of the sake either of stock or milk but cows are better converted into average Procter Gambles Lenox Soap in 1886 beef before it would bz appropriate to call them old National Livz Jtstttk 7 time fly It is the spur of the moment that makes X 0 Picayune YOUT aUTeenerirette man profitable emplormpnt to represent us in everr county piary ana expense or a on sale Goods lare commissionOutfit and if preferredFree staple ETery one buys particulars SiAKDABD SIIBVAKE CO BOoTOV V w EWAMT 23T Flftli Arenne kISETX Ter Hferr PENNYROYAL Irorlt PILLS I Always Reliable Beware of wrtU Imitations for ask your diestake no other or inclose 4cCfcheotcr us forlih par tunpa to and XutcPji Uctllars in letter bv return mail CHICHESTER CUliMJCit COMPANY 231S HadlMit Snaare PWlodrlpflia Pa CHICHESTERS ENGLISH Tlie Original and Cnljr Gceuine Pownx -- soldiers ad w1bws at Mm r1irWOIT AX Varlran Wr JiU Miv f lected drcolarof laws seat freeladiaiiayofc Fti6ka5A d Xor lfinmt -- CS-O-U- a Coilectoea - a Soldlty Â¬ ter faalt cverylere JlUhPcayrojl Pll fin the F- Why did the Women cent more mace in -- eepius try -- Alw POWER M1XIS and FARM FEED MIIiLS- - Circnlars and Testlracaiala sent KOS-Et-w ---Rj fr la some ill osdca of 1jrweJ Xxer bnttMrw4 Qa kcyJ Addrees Caamptea Sf GRIND yur 0WB lwf m iTA rr A0m Ontrtilbln ever invented JvtceileafenUitor pay GRAHAM Ftoar and Cera Take no other BrM4cr tsk for Clileea Circular of lnstrscttoRS- - H jm ose cznt stiisps fflbriwcVy If yes tra afH - aa ctnuc c r tt kea SKKRitA CS A J l yc ret8esl9 W TW fttt 2S - Wusons Patent aafiaqTiTj i Sample A terms I s rattline Bs io cu rTT test ea no cm sx cupwmn tt CUx c - oa application WIXSOX 30000 Journal Buy a cake of Lenox and you will soon understand whyx Farmers 3CA1 JB of use oorLAT to file Uaad Blp Batcher BacfePraniaffaadat they cut better than ever-- Twaklnda of Saws so A6tS Illcwtrated cxala 5T FUers free resa 2 ROTU SKO Mr-- OXiORD Pe vou will findinstwhatyoa wanthT ad-- CARPENTERS FARMS ai tV W FILERS Butchers and ofhers Wftr MassBA NK f J 1 1 m Tau i citHgiMT CoJootv mfcasrateg Orcat c V La CJ MHMMfct TAKMs for ale- - gWIaOH OU soil marfcrta pt a dCOHW ob James Ktverw AJ-i- v r- r r-ii iv dteis iastalnieatrteaiersSnplrCarteP 5t mm FREE LhMS-M-T- rte a urr c at Sf rt jiwiiiiiiij JlWft t - - r Jrt - Z r JJC 5 a ri W it H1B9 KaS5llF HSlipP - ft - jf - Vr r - f - ib y a k - -V---- J1 t -- wyv-ii- J L v - 2 - gHE - HB5 OKu -i - BP Srtr 1F Jl-- - V IC Ilrtrt M HT ItJpftr w 1 ril a - - - - - VC- - v - a - -- - V r- iiiB jH c ii I riA i v 1 5- - - -- - b - EElfiHF CHI fj ISEBIffHl-liC- IfegFl B Mas Baa a 1 I BWw M lfeil 0S30IC aar 1 fi h 1 lll-FM- l- rtrtOiSI fca fc T j ai BBBBBBBBmBT jp Sir jmi itBI - v A 19 - 1 j J gxriH- j- - f - j- - - tt- jvwowKBOBrNa and y f - V 1 opsNuare a fbesh stoge of spbing- styles and staple gioobs gohsistihs m past 6fc ic - 11 JJ 1 - I U - -- IB ku yJ - i - Patent Medicines Hardware QixeeHsware Gliinaware Tinware Goreeries ti - tim3s wliicli they are selling at prices to sSCountry Produce Live Stock and Timber taken in exchange for goods vXf you want bargains be sure to caOLC c i Sms Geesn WterYeT PE fCER COOPER - Always inWvaisce Day Bros 9 moytri Frozen Creek Breath Btt C0yiityP ffCentueky- Smith P Kerr riHMHATFpn fiTL- Hl7 EAisrf ffiffjy sjl Asf s SE t f 3 v EDITOX J 1 -- WAlfcL EDNESDA Y tCr APRIL IvT- - - - a 4 Uf old hands have accounted tile hours for the jGitruett family for a period of 1G0 vears Tic foHewiae persons ave consented t OwenNcv s -A siiecial from Covington says In one te act JB ageat for THE HeEjUVD and all stibscriptions from thei4 month the United States Conrt will convene Tr II an Covington Lsually at this length of time 9CMepiah i before asesioh of this court the jail is full Worj A F Byrd Campion of prisoners charged with moonshimng and j i vest liillniore three or fourliundred witnesses have been 3CoGJL3r Win Lvfcins Caner rsunirnoned and fifty or sixty persons arc at tion In Gradd and Prices ilibertv on bail for violating Uncle Sams T F Carr Ezcl all are less than a revenue laws Now there Hexifee Tbos A Combs Corn well dozen United States prisoners here there W O Calron Pomroton are not X3LYanarsdellFrenchburg a few onfifty witueeses summoned and only T 1 1 Ft A T HAZEL GREEN KY arc Sole Agents for Eastern Kentucky baiL 1 IV O UrL I for KERRS ROLLER MILL FLOUR and carry u large sup JBEATHITT-- -J C3L Day Frozen Creek nlv of the follow inir brands Perfection Wheat Extract WHITE Pearl Patent Roller Hagins Hsnnsvillc J LuCombs Ned O GENERAL GOSSIP GKOl IA Roller Fancy Silver LAKE Roller Family GlORE Superfine upon which P Jere aG Gm thevf will quote prices and deliver at Hazel Greeu or Rothwell Station TL Sally Lost Creclc N Inlhe Illinois Senate the bill appropriating c Bcr UJlKMaCUMCJ JflrAgents ranted atall postoSces in 50000 for the erection of a monument to the memory of John A Logan was passed isUHti3 Write us for terms E55 V ena Polly Ward of Columbus Indiana has pecee Cooper Publisher awl vised of the death of her brother in v5 been txy Colorado leaving her the sole heir to his es- Â¬ vp y i m H DEMOCRATIC TICKET tate worth over 1000000 The great whent belt of Illinois promises onlv a three four Jis wheat crop this season FOE UELTNAT GOYERNOIl iFhe northern counties of the State will do better and the southern counties will not do i OUE AGENTS 20 1887 lot lurmtnre as wc sceaiine present ay It was given to Mrs ilinisu by her mother i 3Ir5 Jameson liarnett lately deceaseu it itjr m lm candidacy for reflection Bicliard ilinlsh ITncle Dick broucrht a c ock to Ed C Miller jeweler to be repair- ed last vreeT thot iras made in he vear 1C02- - It js one ol the om iashioneu trmnU- father ljle and is abontssancleutapiece 7 I I JfcBlSa ISISSSSiSSfJs5ssV--i-- - - S jfTgiisEA Manufacturer of - fa g 1 z - mzsmimmsgm vigSewmitmJXJS-TTjflt 3tI5SSrKi58Sl5 -- fmn - w f -- n ---- r - - tiMsiitg i rv - rTi j m t ttr-j- - - -1 i itawMitsfe XU fi ii fl11 II t fefffllit rui 0 ok mtitt cf iSrft mwmmmg fmrr Plglm a r Grain Feed UllPylllli V l -- fetS1ig mMfimtSr I Mo 29 at times Yine Street CINCINNATI a61v Osan Kite Pollard s i fl S 16 ISHfl -- w-wv a r s Said a great man but why affilct the doirr If he dont need it let maiVv persons read an slmanad where rarloiis dis eases are described and symptoms given that wHl lno t convince a WELL man that he is AWFULLY out of whack and they are ready to buy Something to TVe regardless of real XEED A diseased liver is the set of Tilths of the diseases of the ilesh That tireth nervous restless feeling that goes to bed with von and gesnp as prompt ly as the rooster crowing and sticks closer than a brother- tells you that you TEED something to overcome it A nasty aloe coated pill makes you gag to THIISTK of it Yon cani - r5S4 SU U S I H lllilillll y i v is tW SL 1 1 1 y n X I 111 A I f A 1 HiUildl Importers and Wholesale Dealers m 4e siy 3 HAZ EL QRESN KENTUCKY fl raw ill IVt fa t Hiieensware Glassware W O si u A1 - 5 s 5 lIBS i - - f Vve havent amy bear the THOUGHT of it ow listen great discovery by Indians but we have a SMALL sugar coated Pellet that the most delicate may take a combination of VEGETABLE remedies the work of one of the best educated Physicians in this country a formula that we will scivc any Physician clesirins It If you IS EED a LIYEB f Pill - r - m fi j r fhfV3i - c V5jra mr a -- 35 IT R ill fr n so well V1 Kw yj A B OF WEST LIBERTY For State Senator 34tii District Hon M PIERATT Of Ezel 3Iorgan County THE EEWS KENTUCKY KNOWLEDGE Under the new revenue law nearly 2500Q will be added to the common school IhhsL PresHent Cleveland has definitely accep ed an invitation to attend the Piedmout Fair which will be held during the first two weeks in October Great preparations are in contemplation for his reception Dr K H Williams recently appointed Postmaster at Cope Ind has become dis- Â¬ gusted with the position and forwarded his resignation to the Postmaster General He assigned as a reason for th action that the pay of the office M as inadequate to the labor anil responsibility His salary for March was fortv five cents c9 i Bei Vi n Y fsS f a sa Tl tM 1 and Chamber Ware 2orthwost corner Pearl and Wal n ut Streets aG Om JrSold i by all Merchants- - iAEim tL TTX w 7 13 rfT lr 3 J Ti CINCINNATI 0r Propri T J -- 3 jj v JJ v ST aa 3fa If y Largest Stock L nrAsf u i3Mi ri jlOVtJj Sl CINCINNATI g cM rJj s V Alead xtine discovered some year ago is Htell ceuaty now being examined wi- t- a view to development -- Far the first time In the history of Meade 83000000 cecaiy e Hepublicans liave nominatod a oaniiante fer the legislature Eastern Hcntuel j Xand Company At Carlisle Peter Grant colored was j On last Friday night some of the capcvictedr passing counterfeit monev ana italists of this county met at the law j i giea ve yetvrs in xne ieniieniiary I office of Young Mitchell Young and I organized a joint stock company for the MdGreeaisbBhave recentlv declared purpose of developing Eastern Kentucky Erebition bv electing town officers A ew 20000 hotel is to be built in Capital stock 3000000 Three hundred lohl ville shortly A 5000 addition shares were taken on tne night of organ will als be tade to the Female Institute ization Stock is divided into shares of 100 each The following directors were at that place A Eaglishman named Ilion died near elected Judge John E Cooper of Mt Ceaierville Bourbon countv He had no Sterling B F Coekrell Mt Sterling khewH reatives In this country He leaves National Bank John T Prewitt Traders 6000 m THoncy Denosit Bank Richard A Mitchell I - evi n- jhoo re oi- urcensour- - wok j Farmers National Bank T This is an a pike or jack fi terprise in the riuht direction and man r jucuti jfcu uun ncimu l asred by some of the most successful iariv iodrV i i twenty two pounds John Downey a young fanner of Gray- business men of our city will be a great son cottaty has mysteriously disappeared factor in the development of Eastern Whea last seen he was ia Leithchfield with Kentucky and the advancement of home interests It will not be long until tho i8Ht Q in his possession There is amove on foot to establish an- entire stock will be taken and thos who other tobacco factory at Lexington The wish to be known in this enterprise and one already in operation there has done a to share its profits should speak earlv ool business the past year Mt Sterling Gazette Â¬ -i Notice I have indulged those indebted to me with great patience and have given all ample time to settle up Xow patience has ceased to be a virtue and if those owing me do not settle at once with me they will have to settle G I SwAXGO with an officer Â¬ Heavy invoices arriving daily and stacks LOUIS om1 r v it nn a o i UUn to meet every department UDon stacks of goods WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ol trade Live Stock Cor intry Produce and School 8 raae en notes accounts or Ss uiaims received in w i t 3 bHSBBBSSH i - is h S fr1s feS tt SA lxp ti ig sMii 1 se 3 K j h 5t sks ir - i --- i rS S -- j r- - s s st riw l3 fc u P 7 l 111 ji mr bb b - l ua t 4 s rT W afitf ZUTCT LTUL V xsgcc r w u hi tcu wj j yjtas t I Pi II 1 rjy S aiiji - nlR jiB V pt W 3 5kff trap Pl Es SP iXCX t w 2 v - AXQ 0iy 4 3sx K tmk X DEAIEK IX ft i 1- S3 - S52 P3 fj EACH sa bkhs SI USIOS STB2T3 555v 3V 3 u NERAL stapje ana rarscy Dry Tl ausriai w orkmarisliip and ttblJvJiO Ol Construction They are iinrivaled in power and beauty of tone and in genuine excellence far surpass all organs of other makes ever oixsred in our country iO Tc--CiiL- r in i aiy 0fcA A FULL ASSOKTEIiXT OK ISE I THIED --i- --- fr HAZEL GPvEEN ICE2STUCKY KCErS COXSTAXTLYOX IIAXD aGlv Cincinnati fj fcr rt 7 t J T- f - Ready made ciotnsng Hats Caps Boots Shoos Qt ioensvvare Tinvvare Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer Â¬ ies Stoves zincl Farming implements Goods WWUSfUS Mamifacturr--n- d Whvlfi Vatrin iiiSPB9PB j - I i -- Â¬ in fact everything usually liojt in a first class country store ami at BOTTOM PRICES Also vrill take in exeliye for Goods or in payment of any debt due me all kinds of Country Produce and Live Stock of cverv description Wtl UL i Louisville Black ouvn Af5D fi 10 Summer S fPSiLpSrBI 5ISB ZSC ZTt3F Y3 Â¬ Died On tho 10th iust Mrs Marv ISS7 Jane Rose wife of Alex Hose of lu d PHOENH Kiver IS87 Xo Gil Main Street W08LEH OUD All Woo IfLLd ly BostonIiass Mr George A-- Itevnolds of Utiea X Y- - proposes to purchase a farm near Lex Pains in the small of the back indicate jagMD ana reaovc nw stua ot Jiorses irom a diseased condition of the Liver or Kid I Jvc selsfiParK to the illuesrnxss region nQVS vhich mav he easilv removed h3 the - -ga iu otuic im mRnf Dr i H A innns T U Pr nnd rcsjoval of the Weslevan ColIere from IwLcilL JOllersbiTs to V in Chester Las about all been Kidncv Balm 100 per bottle Sold by G B Swango Hazel Green and J K iSJEJ refl Ly the citizens of Clark county Vaughn Campion of Manufacturers I Hi IH B The question whether or not to rebuild j kVX V V mw J klr in poruon oi me cuii pcniicniiary ai- oT l Ti t Il - ci o xatricK cueriuoi Jiairomn counIraHKfort rccenllr destrovei bv fire is asn COv -- tJfcjcJ clLULiv3i y utUBgthe btate bin in Fund Commission- - ty camehere last week with a mandate s for John Auderson who was sentenced and rEvriits IX A yonug man named Henry Cone fell I to the penitentiary at the last term of j mHder a car and had both ot Jus legs crusiii a the Magoffin Circuit Court for a period SADDLERY HARDWAR Aiiiiattkuu u uuc uiLvmpiiu to board a of 21 veirs for kiliiing Proctor Arneit yog and 130 W Myn St ireigni train lor me purioc oi sieaung a j Q tKlt countv and on bunday took JJUK mm to Anaerson nau ap Jv On last Fridavthe Sth Robert 3L liar pealed to ranKiort the Court of -and Louisville was shot and uiortallv risof by hi7 brother-in-laRepresented bv BOB NUN NELLY AVilliam PdinJr decision nad been lodged in ou r veasded aoiv nuns a aruggisi ai -- uenmonu jarns is jail Mt Sterling Gazette J L nunlapfj B Puniap VYO ISarrctt D A BRG rilling JKANS Represented by J BIafflv itowui DDHLAP BR0S1C0 -- Woolen Manufacturers Manufacture TWKK1 S iiiiB l8Esli r lRlsi j5i iifiPPSSvEE SiSflifflH55 Sfc2StwSTSBHH PftfJiinrj7r usrt FLAXXKLS KNITTING YARXS of all colors J LA X K E TS Ja CLARKE AVITH Y 1 i j ji rr Hul ill --a Cotton and J ill fancy colors Woolen Hosiery afriU Vu wai jt nle jnt0 vrjte fnjv wjal lrvnmcnrrwifi j 3 Wool worked on the bhares and carded into rolls fur home spinning Manufacturers JKAXS PANTALOONS Wholesale at our offie 17i and 17vS East Main Ltreet D A LOlD BRf MVh LOriSYILLK -- iiilmo 1VK r-- Ky- -- w T0 icinal safeguard against unhealthful in- John RTliompson of Harrodsburg has fluences pon whtch tliey cnu implicitly eirHckitrica m his Colorado mine Hisv rely since it prevents the effects of vit- rn n iA Tft Tf r ejlas refused an offer of 5000000 for his iatcl atmosphere unaccustomed or un I Thomas H Sherley says that the pros j A Suggestion to the Traveling Pub Dects nd resources of Eastern Kcntuckv j lie rejciier known on Wall street than here - Tourists emigrants and mariners find sa that capital is coming here for invest- that Hostelers Stomach Bitters is a med- - h 1 i j 4 - HO rj BOH s f - j t iT v- - v lj in 9 5 I t our wtintin -r b t or all kinds wagons made or repaired bug-jies sirmg wag ons ilows stovxed catting H t v - NOTICE klL nTio rftns il- Ji ilMlifilliiBlilf0 Sr iJiUfOl U n minni t1 11 a 637 i West Main Street SftSPi5B W iiiiii i jtitcariA jiiVrtiKi ifciSj5iL2 frPSlW3B a S ilanifactnrers and Vrholcsale lealcr rsns i Youths 1 titit Child rens Soys and S and laid hoes mattocks and horses bhod in the best stvlc call on DAY IS Hazel Green Kr TYLKIt nlfnij tiiii in fAiiiitiikil Jaiiv anwl iOUISVILLB a61v v j The bronze statue of John C Breckin- - ditious unfavorable to health On long K fpg j Livery Sale and Feed Stable ii 3 1 ridge for which the Legislature appropn j voyages or journeys in latitudes adjacent lU i ll iinished in October j to the equator it is especially useful as a dit2000t le MT STERLING KY KTMes it vmi ue piaceii in posiuo at Les- - preventive of the febrile complaints and l i iagten sfnmnpli ricrrf1rrc nF tlii wvv livnr aiul mnr IROi J vw If Eastern Kcntuckv overdoes get startil els which are apt to attack natives of tl lkkfn i 4 ti j v Tl I i nrni - V rv jvaT Drovers1 and Traders Headquarters Tinners Stock Mantels Etc Vine Street the temperate zone sojourning or travel Y i7V in h Ri i mg msuch regions and it is an excellent r And Manufacturers of protection airainst tne muuence ot ex- iTprJd afi The attention of horse and mule dealers Some person probablv afraid of hvdro- - treme cold sudden changes of temperaPlain Stamped and Japannsd Tinware af01v is esrieciallv invited to our hu iuties For the Vio iiAn nmnnn rim iTc in turcexoosurc to damp or extreme fatigue handling ot stoek and we invite ill traders G62 West Main Street Hwesville Among others he killed an Itnot only prevents intermittent and re of Wolfe and adjoining counties to call on TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK jwpertcd grevhouud valued at200 belong- - mitteut fever and other diseases of a ant 201 to 209 7th St us when in the citv lug u 2L C iioyd malarial Upe but eradicates them ai W F X Kinney in jail at Paducah fact which lias been notorious for years MT STERLING ICY l 13-- 5LOUISVILLE KY lor Jorgerr nibbed ins body with croton oil past in North and South America Mex v r K3L aG 3m JS jwedawugan crupUon by which he hoped ic0 rr fcVT l West Indies Australia arid oth s F7iiiZS ii f I escape on the plea of having small jiox or touutnt PL a3 I i P FAST 7 It wouidut work 7 H i S M EpBii mm M Wi l Ja M S V McWiilia NEW T CI SZ r Co BBINKLEY s GRUBBS Tila n e i um S4ss 1 f s x Hardman Pianos Glnckering Pano3 Mathns- Iiek Pianos Emerson Piano Star Pianos Ariofi Pianos and tlie matclxless Johnston Organs Write for Catalogues en Priees Slvtni L ikP i v- iiisi I u in In SHEET 4- V ftit 122 Cincinnati CO JOHNSTON 7vrt3 - tna cecaii ueaieis colt f 58 Wert Eonrtii Street J WGtf NATI jt - JErar i Okt c il- - Xl - I UvUR i i i fa K TTli J- Vnnfoina - i Stt -- W W TKOI0 Cashier 1itIiTlJCJwi not expected He was the iathcr of j Jf nmety seven years of age and has re lwe5alanville DIRECTOKS sided where she now lives for seventy Feataine T Fox Jr There is only one other of her la FJeaiHg counrv no person is allowed years dr Fesler tejgfve loan carry tfor others or sell liquors fathers family living Samuel Hurst her James Cfionx sa ay qaantity A similar law is in force j brother who lives on btillwater this J T Highland i Crter cRntv and the practice of treat countv and is about ninetv five vears of Dr R R Drake been entirely broken up mr341y ing age Harzy jBoggs and August Masoni two H GILLIS f tbCHsex who so brutsllv assaulted llev Xotice- - As Commissioner to supply 1I T WnA HAlAAtolh 1iT- - nc nii vvmi the Wolfe bejnu niv sittinirs rt I will j arc vtoio i-in tug luuuii lau uuu to imv uuuc Circuit Court Monday Slay 2nd 1SS7 ut Ompton -- TM6d each G Carlisle was given roval and continue from day to diy until f uther i H8 WHOLESALE H C Herndox roeootion tvtkeKeHtHckvDexuocratic Club nonce CvirUm- - nn ihe 1th Tl Mt inn nf f tie oWrest and idst cHthusiastlc assein- - Born On Sundav last to the wife S K SL cjMD EZS3 Maf af represeattiTfr Itemoerats lield in 0f Joha Henry near --ilaytown a girl ft --v jpv weisrut JJ6 pounus IIUU JOllu mwmwD Xarcw editor of the Dem- nr- lL hat ruauu nrrtirtrt 2sTo 613 West Maix Street Tnnn- - Ihvs mven uu the JJav t rT-aP H xl M Z3 i i i vmshi srvr t li X per iiem expense He House and moved back to Morgan Mrs j MM rOTJISVTLLE ET fcsekier f ike Lasd Office at Dav is running it Wiwir dSnfttr VAV P TSVk--- r- J Ci- - lmf nnttntin CllilUVUbiU 7- a i- - C-i-- - t1hours -She to live but a few Aircir-- c t- J il CIGSTAFF President IS TUB PLACE TO BUY 3ge Watches CJocks i7 jf TBIMBLE BROTHER C K - JAMES with the OF Kcpairing i Specialty Charges reasonable and work warranted Respectfully T F CARR Jewelry Old Reliable Hat House CO W S DICKETS0T DEVIEKS IX IJOfp ip1 ft 1 w iiU lili I 1 2 ill it 1 Gloves Umekellas Etc Corner Pearl and Yine Jh McGord Aydelotte JUS But buy Kellys STEEL axe It the most ATI o perfect axe wade- - Also bay STEEL horse shoes They will outwear iron And use Will ahrays be found ready to attend to the STEEL nails They cost the same as iron wintsof the patrons of the house Thank For sale in Hazel Green by fnl for past patronage you are invited to call and see us ivhenin the citv and Uncle G B SWANGO Jim Fant promise to put ou his best good W T CASKET ao om luus wuiu uuniny ijjuji yon F AcGUlRE rrnfrw Vihf WHh onma is-- cixcmx IT STERLING KY4 Respectfully Invite tlie Moiipaki JVlfim h TIX tn HiniTI TTI m rt s fww K wj nTnrHTniTAnoirr mm mmm I - Hr - v BK c- B v rT 1 r - - Chiles Fhompson Co CnQthipaperoro fc - 4 i MT STERLING KY Agents for Fastern Kentucky j en adysrtisJrEspacovvhea In Chicago tteAdvntalngAgeiiqrof vill Snd 49naopf rsii-V J- - - i ftfisi W funuirLUnal liyail tifete it cflio at I iri3Tt-fi--mir--- r UB aWJk 1 k t a- - f 1- 1 1 r--- ifi - - y - iFw r i - i - r i O JC iS-1 trAsitif j irtJ4lS4r WiC W i- - iiVf-iC--- aCr - - fea -