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S -- RS - - - s- - --V -- F - i sur r SCV Jfii i S 1 r- - j3s 3 jsr a- J if Vt f1 r 1 33 s J - wr JI -- - -- Sg - 4 rl Gl a TJ gl hKSSVK USiSKiafl iV s Vl r mi - - - i iB sH liKK 3SSSSBT2B3C vjrREErS J Xlli IlAliLf H M if t - v t rfcl if WKSUk U ry- - Miskmni Prifriitif4 THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD WITH NEWS FROM ALL NATIONS 100 A YEAt Atop Hw r i t HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY APRIL 27 1887 TIMETABLE SftHVAtitttfe Raiway 12 wMites slower Ikaa Mt NUMBER 8 Tr - HE ME RALD - 0 Ife 9- - Has a larger circulation in the mountains of April 7th 1887 scribcr to renew but some of tliem seem THE GOLD DUST EANGE Slerlise Use A- A A Eastern Kentucky than auv pnper in the The meeting was called to order by J B Â¬ Is of wrought iron and will last a life- to Have ignored oarappenl Oar poverty XL BieMHi at7A 3L arrircs State and merchants and others wishing to Taulbee M D president and after a brief has alarge oveu fire clay back now compels us to nay that ALL subscrip- K B4teM4t 84 x3C Arrives at seeare the trade of Eastern Kentucky will speech the roll was called aud the secreta- Â¬ time It ati A KkS find it THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM ry F M Thomas M D and the treasurer and nickel trimmings It is the equal tions not paid up by next Issue by Cash XL ftclUc t 100 A 3C Dr JL Rowland failing to respond to their of the St Louis Home Comfort ranges Advertising Rates MtSterrf 320 r TJfe iiaw atmdiweU atat 140 x- ic ar-- SMTraBient advertisements 75 cents an names on motion Dr O B Ramey of Days which sold at 65 and 7Q or any other or otherwise will be dropped from the IS OFFERLNG- borough was chosen secretary and Dr J range made If you want a first class book We do not doubt that all would pay inch first insertion 25 Jfo4 Imrm Jtovkvell at 345 P M artires each subsequent insertion centa an inch for 31 Kash of Hazel Green treasurer pro tern cooker good for coal or wood made at ur some time but it takes Money to buy erli Mt i5J0PM t of the meeting STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS v untw a Jtu sjteruw ttiih la J The next business before the meeting was Louisville where repairs can be had get paper Hoping every one may help us out 4 inches lyear1500 1 inch 1 year 500 the Gold Dust a six hole range with 30 Have opened a new line of French and Domestic Sftt tnuM a C k OTailtray C lJ7 Pic 1750 the initiating of new members and the fol900 aXttciMtea Ciaciasatl aa LoaunrHle 2iHcheslyear 1200 5 inches 1 rear 2000 lowing names were on motion enrolled gallon tank and all the vessels at 50 and by promptly paying we remain truly teens in plain and figured Ginsrhams 6 inches lyear and Crazy Cloth g COOPER BACK Yours c rt at Mt WcmBg wiw iiua a 3 inches lyear We offer it as the cheapest and Drs Ben F Hatton J F Tutt I G Prof S58 CL AOfinm tbe Jast and l9t SSpecial rates on larger adrcrtisementK fit M C Kash G W Center J W Ken best range in the world and you would v OPENINGjLKtMMa froat Leaisville aad CincinnatL local notices 5c a line with 5 per cent off drick J Marion Ely Wm Swungo and Geo pay 60 and 65 for it if some smooth- Â¬ Morgan County Convention iSTew Spring Coaching Parasols in solid colors and Bagadere flMtBtMaMmeBty cosrt oar special for long time to call convention Chaney tongued agent were to present its merits at Pursuant house aWest Liberty was held Btlhwali anIke St Meadaj ia sack Jiar Marriage and death notices free tri Â¬ On motion a call was made for papers the Court Xy on in at T 39 A- - at arriTiag at ML Sterling butes of respect and obituaries 5 cents a from those who had been selected at u for- Â¬ at yourdoor You save ten dollars by Saturday the 15th day of April for the stripes Lace covered Parasols in black heige cream gar buying it directly of the sole agent D B purpose of helecting a Democratic candidate net and blue Jtatacawfleavea Jit sterling line mer meeting Pongee Parasols in coaching lace trimmed at Eataweli at 40 P-- M Announcements of candidates for to represent the of Breathitt an Gaeiusox Masonic A 2 or District offices 10 County offices essav M SwangoJ responded by reading by ling Ky where the Temple Mt Ster- Â¬ goffin and Morgancounties lower house ofMa- Â¬ Satin lined Parasols in black and colors lace trimmebL amvf State in the on Ergot the cheapest stoves in B Taulbee responded 5 calls on persons to become candidates reading a paper on Post Partum Hemorr- Â¬ Kentucky are sold GEO B HARPER Sapt next General Assembly of Kentucky and their answers 5 cents a liue Payable hage which was discussed at length The On motion W W Oox was made chair invariably in advance man and M T Womack secretary others failed to respond AAC W KAPEL The Meikle plow is the cheagest and The Chair explains the meet- Â¬ W ill find On motion Kash Taulbee Tipton and COOPER BACK Publishers Attorsey-at-La- w JL it very much to their advantage by calling on the best plow in this market Call and see ing after which Curtis object of the Reed were appointed a comniittes to inves- Â¬ Kash of Morgan D B Garrison Mt Sterling JLxb Bxxl Estate Aoex county presented the name of W M Ken- Â¬ tigate the claims of several members as to it and looking at my La- Â¬ dall of Morgan county as a sutible and their eligibility as legal practitioners GEEEX KY-HAZEL LOCAL On motion the meeting adjourned to meet Decorated China Dinner and Tea capable man as the standard bearer of the dies Mens and Childrens Shoes and SlippersDepartment Mctie ia all the Cocrtaf Wolfe Legislative pistrict at 730 r m goods eoHtiegfrom 650 5000 have made the latest improvement in my stock have TttO Me4lee aad Breathittfurksed - tax- - Prof Cavanaugha deaf and dumb man 730 P M Meeting called to order by the Sets the money to full lineBestdishes Democracy of thisother man presented Mr There being no for A of TMw TaiiaH akatracU Kendall was made the nominee by acclama- Â¬ learned during the last season what this section of country gave an real ejkte in aaii for B resimi speciakv bought Thursday exhibition at the Academy last president tion who being apprised of the result of the After several short discussions and brief cheapest BKentucky night flwisala CellecUoss a Gaepjson Mt Sterling D convention in an intelligent aud forcible wilhbuy and bought this line of goods direct from the best remarks by nearly all the members present manner accepted the nomination manufacturers in America propose to say can furnish Jib religious services were held in tliis on motion Reea Kash and Taulbee were The Hazel Green Herald The Gem Hoes Rakes Axes Picks Long Shov- Â¬ place last Saturday it being the fourth Sun appointed a committee to prepare a pro Â¬ --best goods for 25 per cent lower than any other gramme for the first day of next meeting els D Shovels and Garden Forks cheap and Sential Democrat are requested to pub Â¬ you the ttetata Agnt day and an off day as it were lish the proceedings of the convention Said committee reported as follows house in this city D B Garrisons Mt Sterling at Â¬ On motion the convention adjourned Mtmrv PtibMc read a Dr M F Reed Messrs Tyler Davis the accommo Â¬ centa Pncvia Dr shall Catlettepaper on Pla iafWolfe and Ad Owingsville W W COX Chairman J T Talk about Mens Boys and Childrens ready made is J1 Ceara and wagon makers of a paper on Pneumonia Dr J M Waldeck Stoves and Ranges Hardware Locks M T Womack Secretary Catieaaael Cairt ef Appeals dating black smiths thanks for favors this place have our Clothing You know how little monev takes to est Liberty Mania Apotu Dr J 31 Stamp- Â¬ Cutlery Hinges Nails Bolts Tools aSpeciaMr er Campion Specific Action of Aconite Hoes Rakes Plain Dishes Tinware Pains in the small of the back indicate Cakttox Wove Cocxrr Ky a new handsoW Xost A gold breastpin a reward will Dr J 31 Thornier Mt Sterling Ovarian Glassware etc at lowest cash prices a diseased condition of the Liver or Kid- Â¬ from the b paid for its return Tumor pathology treatment c Dr Call and T SWXSGf B Garrison Mt neys which may be easily removed by the spring suit made from the very newest fabrics trimmed in Bright Mt Sterling Brights Disease Dr Sterling see us D Frances Howerton use of Dr J H McLeans Liver and the very best manner and cut in styles absolutely correct P A Lilly Irvine Epidemic Dysintery ar ky HAZEL Lanterns with dash board attachment Kidnev Balm 100 per bottle Sold by You positively save causation natural history and treatment The man who defined Poverty as a from 400 to 700 a suit bv trading G B Swango Hazel Green and J N best A Emery Estill Wiift Church Mouse had never met a Countrv Dr G causation treatment Puerperal Septi Â¬ the D B thing out at Mt Sterling Cmti the Vaughn Campton cffiina c J B Tauland give you what Garrisons Printer bee Hazel Green Pyemia and Septicemia no other Clothing house in Mt Sterling can give you aess cntrHBted to him WMaMea4te allAiH M Kash Hazel as applied to surgery WOLFE COUNTY The handsomest Chamber Sets ever See the new advertisement of S M Green Malarial Fever J existing in Eastddkpatck as S M made as well as the cheapest ranging Brauns Famous Isew Store in this issue ern Kentucky J II Hill Tuberculosis SWANGO SPRINGS APRIL 22 from 250 to 20 for a ten piece set and when you go to Mt Sterling buy your statistics EO in Mens Boys and Child WllXAi c Dr Burchill Manchester Your correspondent had the pleasure Of Elliott County goods of him Scarlatina Dr Ramey Subcutaneous Medi Call and see them Hats In the great game for trade in Hats hold an of visiting the good people of Bethsalem fTTIK D B Garrison Mt Sterling cation G 31 Center Opium F M Thomas last Saturday and Sunday Going over on invincible hand our readers will only bear with us a Iritis Dr A B Xickell Ezel Spermator- Â¬ If Call me and will show down the five Co little longer we shall be able to give them rhoea Dr F Lockhart Ezel Syphilis Dr Step Ladders four foot 125 six Friday evening to Mrs Isom Longs I spent xLTJ the night pleasantly with his kind family best cards of the five most celebrated makes shapes and Loci8nuK Ky and on Saturday morning was accompanied 5fW ifekeiSt ef Eantera Kentucky all athe news they want We wul enlarge BF Carter West Liberty Puerperal Fever foot 150B eight foot 175 at Congleton in few weeks Gardner Autumnal Fever Dr D by his accomplished daughter Miss Katie blocks iii the universe Garrisons Mt Sterling uArafe Rowland Epidemic Dysinterv cause treat k VMks Blaaks 4c to Trumbo Mckells where we spent a de Â¬ Pyery one of my Hats can be bought of me at prices Be sure and read the advertisement of ment c L F Dickinson Campton Cya Â¬ Barbed annealed and galvanized wire lightful day there being a quilting there M D R Cummins Sons in this iusue and when nosis B XAULBEE Saturday night was spent at Win Haneys that will save you from one fonrth to one third of your On motion the secretary was authorized at lowest prices and everything else at where you want a iim danaV glove fitting boot or uukindncss is a stranger The Her Â¬ to draw on the treasury for the amount of one lowest rates shoe give them a cafl is a welcome guest at all named places money JLND SUEGEOX PHTSICIAN ald dollar to defray the expeuse of the present D B Garrison Mt Sterling a and they cant afford to live without it Mountain Merchants will find it to their own intermeeting Scott Eatlifle of Maytown last Sat Â¬ On motion the meeting adjourned to meet 9 HAZEL GREEN KX More orders for Swango water The ests to John examine my Wholesale Stock in Dry Goods Motions Horse Shoes and Horse Nails Rasps Spring is still climbing the ladder of fame county Friday July 1st omi vsrW T Cwkeya tere- - Oaice urday sold Uncle Prcs Trimble theanimal at Beattyville Lee p Pieratt grcv horse a fine saddle and Farriers Knives and Hammers at eminence and usefulness and will soon Hats and Caps before jnirchasing elsewhere fciarf t 11 A J aad 1 te 4 r X for 80 He bought him for his son Harlan 1887 at 1 oclock B Mand continue two D B Garrisons Mt Sterling Ky Ramey Secretary days W O reach the topmost round where it will write day or sight jmmR atta4ed to its name in golden letters with adored pride Eev JBL L Nave of Mt Sterling will Wolfe County Convention Ky A recent card from Uncle Harrison HOBE Hazel Gkeex Who Is This Bad Man the Sunday School Convention of As per due notification the democracy Swango Charleston Ills states that he JsewlySfcted and Ecfitraished conduct this county at Cainpton on May 5th and Debuty Marshall W T Day arrived Mrs S S Combs and Mrs Frank Cecil convention Tbe bet the arkKflord will be found all Sunday School workers are invited to be of Wolfe county met in mass 23d 1887 at here this morning with a moonshiner named with be at Rothwcll April 26 Also will Campton on Saturday April that no and the public present apc the table at all trntQuad Guests at 1 oclock P M was called to order by J P Brown who for years has defied arrest Â¬ change can be seen in Newton Swango m respectfally afcieited potreaage Chairman J C Lykins who explained the and is known to be one of the most dangerNews is very vM have ice aad other JaxaTfcato b had Let some of our enterprising citizens object of the meeting Upon motion David ous and desperate mountain desperadoes would just remindscarce this week and I skuscaatry hotels Ia coaaction whoop up the furniture iactorv while the Hogg was elected chairman and W O 3Iize that have ever infested Kentucky He hails a certain party of young ana u a ase ruble ler kore rj liitlav Lroon4bri others see to harinr a brick kiln burned secretary T C Johnson moved that a com- Â¬ from Wolfe county Ky and for some time ladies of a promise made some three weeks -- f ViutoH o PPy tne mittee on resolutions consisting of J C Ly Â¬ past has been living in a barricaded cave in ago in regard to news Sun grins is a common disease now demand for dwellings kins J 31 Kash H N Hortou J T Day the mountains and so secure was he intrcch Mrs LOU DAY Proprietress W Y Demaree and C C Hanks be appoint- Â¬ ed that uutil his capture last week it was among the female laborers especially yard If you want to see how quick Hazel ed which motion was adopted The com- Â¬ thought impossible to capture him He had cleaners SOMBS HOUSE Plenty of garden making and some Green can secure a population of 1000 just mittee reported the following resolutions terrorized the neighborhood until people living within miles of his abode trembled corn planting going on give notice that you will haveacertaiu num- Â¬ which were endorsed by the convention CAMPTOX KY We the committee on resolutions beg leave for their lives and obeyed his everv com- Â¬ Mis3 Emma Kash paid us a flying visit ber of house for rent by a certain time mand It is said that he has killed seven last Sunday evening Thev will betaken faster than vouean build to submit the following towit 1 S COMBS Proprietor Resolved that we approve of the time men and that he has announced time and May success with brightest laurels crown again that he would never be taken alive and place called for the State convention Mountain Girl place will party J TaylorupDay of thi3 on Broadwaynext 2 Resolved that the following namod The Deputy Marshal organized a lays in hist the dear Herald of the traveling public is Te wtrosaee and persons be and they are herely appointed week and lay in ambush three several lots the week open recetfljUr solicited Table the best and Lower street for sale and parties desiring NGtick As Commissioner to While they saw vincinity erry attaetion for the comfort of guests desirable building Kites should call and ex Â¬ delegates to attend the State Convention to their manof Browns cave chance presented lost papers aud records of the supply Wolfe many times no be held at Louisville Ky 3Iay 4th 1SS7 C amine them Hazel Green is bound to boom V Hanks James Williams W O Mize H itself for his capture uutil last Saturday at Circuit Court I will begin my sittings HOUSE and now is the time to secure property it X Horton W Y Demaree J C Lykins day break At that hour he came out of his at Cpmpton Monday May 2nd 1887 The Kew Phoenix JL you do not want to pay double prices in a David Hogg W F Elkins Dr J B Taulbee hiding place and was walking across the and continue from day to day until futher hIzEL GREEN XY few months H C Herndon J I Hollon George W Drake J M Kash country for a neighbors house He wasÂ¬ notice and T C Johnson and that they are to cant right in the midst of the capturing party beProprietor H The directors of the above school take MORGAN COUNTY Mrs Lou Day has again assumed con- Â¬ vote of Wolfe county as a unit on all ques- fore he realized his position At a given signal the Deputy Marshal and his men Eleasure in announcing to the public that aewxaneing the little hotel around trol of that well known and popular hotel the tions arising before said convention I aat arrangements have been ambush and leveled WEST LIBERTY tae eeraer on tBroad way and respectfully Day House as will be seen bv reference to 3 Resolved that said delegates afore said jumped out of their him and ordered him maoe lor the positive opening of the school rifles at Deputy Sheriffs W C Kendall s s iavitc y fonser patrons and traveling neo the card in this issue She has refitted and are instructed to cast the vote of said coun- their Sharpshis hands under penalty of im Â¬ on Monday January 3d 1SS7 Three com- Â¬ ead und snleeb refurnished it throughout every room be ty for John T Ilazelrigg for Leatenant Gov- Â¬ to thrixTip Denis and John McKenzie returned from le cenerailv-totcaU-unpetent teachers have been employed whose ing newly carpeted c She has an ice house ernor and Prof 11 K Taylor for Superin mediate death He saw the jig was up obey- Â¬ Frankfort Tuesday IL PIERATT fcy r blacel J qualfications are unsurpassed and their ser- Â¬ well filled with pure iee and guests will find tendant of Public Instructions and that for ed theordcr and was captured When search- Â¬ C Orear of Mt Sterling is Mrs vices secured for a term of years In mak every luxury and convenience usually found all other offices they cast the vote of said ed it was found that he had two revolvers visiting Ed Father J T Hazclrigg of this TOWXSBND ing this announcement we feel justified in in first class country hotels She promises county as they may deem to the best inter- Â¬ on his person besides a large hunting knife place her asserting that the school will beau institution with a blade nine inches long His captors to keep a first class table and invites the est of the State which will reflect an honor on this portion Miss Alice Ratlifte is visiting in town 4 patronage of the public Resolved that the proceedings of this had no trouble in bringiug him here and he of the State and unsurpassed even bv the convention be published in the Hazel is now behind the barn As seen this morn- guest of Mrs J M Downing more pretentious similar institutions of the most desperate looking JOBBEK OF Green Herald The The hotels have been crowded with Uncle Uemus of Gillmore Cr ek and all other papers thatWest Liberty Gem ing he is one of the Jail Standing full six large cities Located in a favorable geo-Â¬ men in the County desire raftmen this week us the following and graphical section healthy moral free from Caps Umbrella Goods sends Little both this Miles Lindonalter- Upon motion the convention to copy adjourned feet two inches jn height with black shaggy Robt vicious allurements and with a strict over of creek had an Glares aad Miss Annie Kendall and Dora Phillips hair a dark pieVcingeye he was the perfect DAVID HOGG Chairman cation on the 20th in which they both i sight looking to the protection comfort and special arc on the sick list Louisville picture of a desperado CHILLICOTHE O W O Mizr Secretay struck kicked bit and gouged each other mental training of the students parents to Cincinnati Enquirer Born To the wife of Capt T J pan rely upon their children being safe Did not learn who was victorious but think TOGGLE Henry a girl 4f E Sunday School Convention both had enough for fighting is hard work while under the care of the faculty and WITH The second annual convention of the During winter the bood gets thick and There are several on the sick list Uncle trustees The attention of youns men and J H Bums has moved in the Phipps V to be now Emelinc Haddix and IX Wolfe County Sunday ladies who expect to teach is specially Co Sam Haddix Mrs never entirely recovered held at Caniptou on School Union willoth sluggish your is the time to purify it for property in town I1 Gk Thursday May A Kash who has called to the advantages to be gained in system and lit yourself build up SKOOKS Measles JOBBERS OF from the flux of last summer being among 1SS7 beginning at 10 oclock A it this school at a nominal cost work by using Dr J H McLeans hard PROGRAMME For terms of tuition and further informa- Â¬ the number Strengthening Cordial and Blood Purifier To Those Indebted to Me As you all Morning session Devotional exercises tion apply to W O Mize Hazel Green Ky 100 per bottle Sold by G B Swango well know I have been suffering for a long The object of Sunday school conventions or J McGarvev Lexineton Please notice our black type appeal Hazel Green and J X Vaughn Camt time with catarrh snd would long ago have 85 aad 97 WEST PEARL STREET Trustees J T Day GB Swango W O and if you have been notified that your District President HotL Nave made an effort to be cured but it tookmouey Reading reports the Sunday schools ton Mize Hazel Green and Prof J Vi McGar time is out by a crossXuiark before or after County dXCLNNATL OHIO and rather than press you I put off until I President S S Combi vey Lexington Ky your name made with pen or pencil please could no longer do so Now am here un benefits of Sunday Mt Sterling Court Day The hand or send us one dollar at once or if schools importance and Rev some A WORD if 1 A P Jones J M Kash and On account of the extremely bad weath der treatment and led will bebetter andben- Â¬ you agreed to par us in anything else send can stay awhile longer greatly Afternoon session Devotional exercises er wtth It in If we had money we would gladly the crowd in town was not as large as usual You money How send all the paper who wish it and wait on schools to Cobtain attendence at Sunday and business was not as good as it would efited boardowe me doctor and I want it to and bills You can pay my Demaree Rev J T Pieratt have been L them to pav us but WE ARE ABSOLUTE- G if the weather had been fair pay me and must do it If you caint pay ESTABLISHED HK Ittewvsttrlycr T Center J J C Back and Rev H L LY DEPENDENT UPON THE MONEY apt Jack Stewart auctioneer reports me all you must pay part of what you owe years since tots medlcJn vu oSeredM Nave remedy fer Warms as4 tram tlutt ttes Ha GOO cattle on the market and RECEIVED FOR A SUBSCRIPTION TO about 500 or right cant pay The use and abuse of lessou helps H a great man were left unsold Those that and pay it can paynow If youany ENABLE US TO FURNISH THE PAPER iut you in stock ertifjn remedy orm Oonrectlom made more for the purpose of pleuioar pun or tae weria te oe at j HARNESS AND COLXANS Having been thus forced to expose our C Herndou T J Swimm David Hogg J M were sold brought from two to three cents money horses hogs or sheep ofI mustkind i tA r cattle have aueajM laire been mnnrnr tnrwl all nrrr th mnnrn- - Snt hwu rttytwwthe palate0thaa ot OTereemterr Ito hl atudrrnini lookC patOOU1J CI JTriTT I ha j BftfltWa poverty in explanation of our inability to Kash and J C Lvkius There was no advance in prices and stock 77 70 A 711 W MAIN STREET often aa do other cans than verraiiuga continues to grow m larorOnJly if What parents should do for Sunday men consider the market extremely dull The my money and will have it and youyouYou oafanrswc xxorms and pasm are most frequently the resrols of those httktea i aad tMcimtrvm irm supply the paper to those who do not PAY they are Irritable and fererish sometimes cravlar food and eatiatrraTenoBrtr Jkzaia rffrniatrTrliotrrioniticHrrl not pay it at once I will warrant LOUISVILLE KY IN ADVANCE we sincerely hope ALL schools S S Combs Rev W T Ecklar Dr mule market was brisk good ones bringing can pay my agent A F Johnson and he tostlng restlessly In sleep moantnjr and frrinillnff the teeth then ta aassred thejyswtoiaaare iaSattewTet will PAY UP and get their neighbors to J H Stamper and Rev P D Tolson from 140 to 150 Very few good horses will forward to me The man who would worms a helpless Many Evening session Devotional exercises take The Herald We are trying to aid sold publicly Good straight plugs broueht take advantage of my misfortune is not my child has been laid in eaa live at home and make more the graTe when tho I aore aaency at work for us than at in the building up of the mountains and if The duty of superintendents and teach- from 80 to 125 The best sale we heard of friend and I will not hesitat to push him diflean which caused ers Rev A P Jones M F Brown Z T was a yoke of oxen sold by Major Wm prosperty comes to any locality or town k V V anything else ia the xrorld Capital and make him pay Hoping all will respond its death has been en and when worms haTe reall tirely misunderstood Mynhcir for 461 per hundred yea are started free Both sex Campton Maytown Ezel West Liberty Hurst A F Byrd and H X Horton att a4ed to my appeal and that I shall have no more exist in tne numan system from earliest in The Sunday school work five minute Salyersville Jackson fcc we feel that we r cuMurea cannot o too oueerria ot tnejirtt At Trimbles stable forty to fifty mules trouble forced upon mc I remain very much ofxorxttor so JBrelr etr all ages Aay one can do the work will ron the beolaiBan1ip1K rmT1 recommend2 deUcatelrftnC by the timely ns of BULFahaesttik have accomplished our purpose and speeches by volunteers and horses were sold at prices ranging from in earnest Yours truly eare from first start Costly Physician Large aaraiagt not to It and two it in their practice and thaBuxtmlieLtXi Superintendents are earnestly requested 80 to 140 profession from all parts of the country testify to its mmmi aad terms free Better not delay that our reward will come in the sweet G B Swango jriren to children as a safe pnrratire not ssspectinsr the cause- or the Ubm asS YZZrm when this mountain section shall to band in their reports on or before the W A Lacy fc Sons of Morgan couuty or worms were discharged and Immediate relief afforded Great entiou mart be ased by vrerr wire baser to Catfa tm aotaiag to sead us your address opening of the convention All friends of probably the largest dealers in stock that aad fiad eat if yoa are wise you will do so flourish as a green bay tree Do not allow -schools are j 100 cattle ten yoke the erroneous AtisaRoatMMi cu Yi iiiuiin cim at aaee IL HALtETT Co Portland Me yourself to entertain working alone foridea Sunday and assist in cordially invited to be visit this market sold heifers at prices rangAMES P FANT present making the meeting a oxen and the balance srr ntuncrrr howaks Co Ho that The Herald is the Xessr J E Schwartz Jt Co Pittnburg Pa WITH THE kglory of Hazel Green It would ask noth success 1 Y ing from two to four centa They also sold uenuemmi nan usoa toroe ot tnat most excellent HaTfagasedttafrrigfaat-gJUraaaeatoeremedy B A Fahnestocks Vermlraie and found it to fsfre ia my practice for mesy years I fears so eighteen work mules to Mr Powers for Pe-Â¬ ing good for this place or people but what hare th9 desired effect I think your ermlftjge eaa tancy JaireosaavrBtHTigttasariusmry wfctab i au Board of Equalization it would be Proud to see come to all neorl ter Paul Richmond Va at 110 all around not safely be dispensed with in any family reliable aad tjficitnt te an ca scs where a Vermtfmre i Ky April 21 1SS7 Corxwell THCssHaonjTXliL seeded and everyplace in the mountains of East Â¬ UU1MJAJU H li Also six horses to Mr Lockhart of Bristol IT 7 9 iii t- - a sa cocaasoBa to KMlt OF ern Kentucky and its efforts are to that SrsXCEE Coopek Hazel Green Ky Tenn at an average of 100 flttAfilZ Uft W A Pahnastook Co rilUMTg XT dMt rnfTOHtX Dear Friend The State Board of McWilliams end The Herald is distinctively a moun- Â¬ Harper report that there tain paper it believes the best people of Equalization has completed its labors for the was not the usual stock on the market At W S CO the world are here it believes there is less year I am not able to give you the exact their stable about twenty mules changed out to 1 llf A il TTlf an fac mate- - Cut this WM WUnKnUl CLAcOtare naw raraCsI Ls meanness and more morality in the moun Â¬ increase in assessment this year over last as bands at fair prices Several horses chang Â¬ DEALERS IX return to and we IVIl Pi Y tains than any other section of equal popu Â¬ the assessors book for Nicholas county was ed hands at good prices considering the send you free something of-- urnish all classes with employment at ill lation it believes the people are more hos Â¬ not in It will be about 97000000 Wolfe quality Mt Sterling Gazette IAKERS Gloves and importance to you that will the whole of the time or for their spare great value pitable than any other on this hemisphere county stands thus nine per cent deduc- Â¬ start you in business which will bring you moments Business new light ami prwAto on land aud fifteen per cent deduction GREEN KY HAZEL fiem it believes that every man has the right to tion Corner Pearl and Vine in more money right away than anything able Persons of either sex easilyRev J T Pieratt will preach at the worship God according to the dieates of his on personalty Breathitt county has thir- Â¬ else in the world Anyone can do the work 50 cents to 5 per evening sr4 nrojtarti Â¬ i to atake to order ia a superior own conscience it believes that every man teen per cent deduction on land and eleven Tom Ward school house on the 2nd Satur their Mme A and live at home Either sex all ages Some- Â¬ ate sum by devoting allearn aeiriy CINCINNATI hart aotice Ladies and Gents has a right to the opinion and exercise of per cent deduction on personalty Morgan day and Sunday in May aawk thing new that just coins money for all business Boys and girls aad Bsots ia latest styles and uis Will always be found ready to attend to the workers We will start you capital not as men That all who see tflsvaaay ami oeneves county has seventeen per cent added on puiiuczu procuviues Jtepainnc will receive that a mountain man offenntr it office land and eleven per cent deducted on per Attentlon Ladies wants of the patrons of the house Thank- Â¬ needed This is one of the genuine impor- Â¬ their address and test theTqwirfn w e smIm for aad prices ea all work be should have the support of all the moun- Â¬ sonalty Aiagomn county has hve per cent waii mAmA ful for past patronage you are inyited to tant chances of a lifetime Those who are this offer To sack as I shall visit Hazel Green about the first of Call aad see as tain people but it does not get mad because added on land eleven per cent deduction on May with a full line of millinery goods call and see us when in the city and Uucle ambitious and enterprising will not delay we will send one dollar to par for tfce CUMMINS SON others differ with it Finally it believes personalty I will give you a full report of sucn as Womens Hats and Dress Bonnets Jim Fant promises to put on his best good Grand outfit free Address TKXJE Co ble of writing FalL particulars vd rnmiM Free Address Geosqe Sriseoic A Cfc a6 Cm thai the mountains of Eastern Kentucky the district in a shot t time I have it now Maids and Misses Hats Boys Hats Baby looks when waiting upon you Augusta Maine I will yet be pointed to by all nations as the in press j Portland Maine I am vary respectfully yours Caps Ladies Chemisettes etc etc Mr r i ii ALFRED UOitBS weaumas section on tne giooe and that K TUENER WANGO SPRINGS goods are direct from New York City the E TUCK that this result may be speedily realized AND BOAHDIXG HOUSES GEOEGE American Emporium of Fashion Reserve JOE Headquarters Mt Sterling Ky every man and woman who asks truly Dr J H McLeans StrengtheningCor orders for mesee my Fashion arfsaBatf W IssaBaWMv REPRESENTING to help with a dollar dial and Blood Purifier by its vitalizing Trimmed and Untnmmed Hats Plates of Harrison Swango Proprietor UstoSamBJ loves the mountains of latest GREEN HUFFAKIUlt CO that development Those who come to our properties will brighten pale cheeks and style and make a selection I am acquaint Â¬ Every effort will be made to make every Co JgSgsjftsjywsftajfeagCaqajSS assistance will receive our heart felt thanks nimeaaie xhkixm Â¬ ed with thing s pleasant for invalids and pleasure prices and axBhaXTaLiBp alsaBBSSaBBSSaBaBW SV mmL Wholesale Dealers in and those who prefet parting to paying in transform a palo haggard dispirited antee as Central Kentucky THIBD LESS guarduring the comine sea Â¬ SaaaaCiiBfci i ai seekers as possible at OXE COST AJMD advance carry with them our wishes for woman into one of sparkling heath and as can befine hats in Mt Starling and other son Bates of oardinc ct vjery reasona bought a7fc jjMKHaW VaaSsaaaav Ljj1 aa a 1 prosperity bat cant take the paper along beauty BOOTS 100 per bottle Sold by G townB Due notice ble Call on orjiddrea mv visit will be giv Â¬ JaBBBVaVaaBaHaVBtaHBBsTBBaBBSaBlSal with shantr for all nd jcal- - B Swango Hazel Green and JT 5T en in TUE Herald of kaaa faTtkvW jTikedJetw 61517 Main St LOUISVILLE KY Ltvites yen to aB HARRISON SWANGO Respectfully jaaaaaaajBBaa Wf JT S jp jice toward nonf yauhri Campton viat theskr LVFSA DzkASEE Wfll be at 3ft Sterling erery County Court Hazel Green Kvv for particulars- - The Eastern Kentucky Medical Asso- Â¬ And the Thousands of Things There Sold So Cheap ly D H Garrison ciation met at Hazel Green Ky Thursday Eastern Kentucky Medical Assocl tion MASONIC TEMPLE MT STERLING KY V LAST CALL VTe have patiently waited for all nb- - NEW GOODS -- LdWPBICES it 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ftgU5iaianiAafcM jmH-m - - - SJOQfiN i TIeBALI f aomething hesides stufiin them Â¬ It turned and ran and we followed selves and goin1 to- play parties pelting it with eggs It was soon out - as r r 1 fcl-cz fs rta - -- r Er rv i3F Again little Th Act of a Yoaar 3fea Tommy Hall inspired us with courage whtrk shQwrlaw taa Mm la opened a way of escape and to the araa Lifes battle now is fairly on Egg it boys egg it whatever it is And there is work to do Shiner sir Give it all we got left Will you be active in the fight And a brisht manly IookiaglaCrf And to your colors true We did so The rest of our eggs their scads lie Tl8rete tae nine summers stepped ap to a You see the men around you sow the beautiful colt for she was a pro Â¬ went whizzing into the darkness and EM aeata twllae sett zephyrs fonndthem Whohus their lives began man in the Grand Central depot 2few nounced lover of horses After the in sure every one of them struct in Aaa wttepweA the tte f the victory won Then courage take brave efforts make York and casting his large brown eyas Sweet birds are staging filly arid in swift pursuit came Miss a different place Miss Matilda DowÂ¬ And do the best you can bringine The gted tidings upintohLj faceTaskedr Shine str Elliott JfcBrida Matilda a tin lantern in her hand ney But Miss Matilda did not retreat Hark hew tlie coles f I want my shoes polished said Hkm Why you tribe of young scamps She stood her ground most valiantly la their ExeloSy poar ANT WORKERS gentleman JUlhe air ajUag every ieart tarfllisrt Where and when our ammunition was ex-Â¬ she cried when she saw us Xsre te the ricter Death is bo more Then I would be srlad to shlM How the Karses Who Tead the Baby you goin1 sneakin1 along like this hausted she advanced so that the light them replied the boy Ants ilre Protected The Fighters Wresti at Trhite lilies are ranged on the altar Some of you run after that mare of of our lire showed us who and what ae ef Easter ia beauty so rare Have I time to catch the Baltiaar Shall I tell you a story of two little mine She pushed the door open with she was You may be sure then that Israels Kisg in the aelght of his glory who went berrying one bright and Ohio train sisters Was aet arrayed UVe the lilies so fair her head Hurry up some of you Til we were anxious and almost as fright- Â¬ can gire yoa No time to lose sir They picked and summers day Stately and slender give a fried cake to the one that catches ened as though she had boen a robber picked away until they had filled their a good job before it pulls oat And robed ia white splendor her Her face and arms and garments were Certain of it lifiisg their heads baskets and then they set out for Notwithstanding the munificence of smeared with the streaming yelks and When the winter is oer f Yes sir Shall I home On their way they felt tired SftBg at sadaess proclaiming with gladness this offer none of the boys ran after the whites of e22s we had thrown Her Yes and sat down to rest And where do Xe is the conqueror Death is no more iilby Indeed it was useless to do so rajre was something never to be for- And in a pair of seconds the hoot you think they sat Why on the side Sweetest sf all are the songs of the children for the animal had already disappeared gotten by those who saw and felt it of a mound that some ants had built black was down on his kaeesrawl Greetisg with rapture the glad Eater tide She was a very muscular and coura Union BarkJ threahtse air nags the grand jubilate down the road I wish you could have seen those placing his box in preparation was na What1 shrieked Miss Downey geous woman Seizing a long green Spreading the story so far and so wide Jennie June has seen the women ants come out They are very angry wors Ceascrs are swinging A purty hickory stick from the ground she You wont any of you go of all nations and has made up her little creatures when they think any Dont let me get left said th Hesanaas are ringing lot of 3oung rascals jou are Out for screamed out mind that American women stand at one is disturbing their home The nations are thronging They gentleman Oh Ill pay you for this you young no good Til be bound Folks had bet- Â¬ Their Iord to adore the head for health complexion taste stung these little girls heads and I wont sir replied the boy as he Vteter has vanished sorrow is banished ter lock their hen roosts I should say villains and good temper She believes that hands so the girls thought B ut the plied both brushes with rapidity Ivsve is the eenqucron Death is no more We we thought you was n a Be off from here now or Ill turn my American men should patronize home ants did not really sting them They Mart E Van Dyke Whats your name dogs on you rob robber stammered L enterprise Paul Fay bit them and then put into the wounds 111 show you what I am Dout tell Her dogs of which she kept two As an illustration of the growth of a tiny drop of poison which made the EGG CAMIYA THE Is your father living were as ugly and cross grained as their me an- - of your lies You knew me No sir he is dead no one frat a story in repetition the item printed wounds sting and burn mistress and her threat sent us down I know you did it on purpose and Ill Haw- Â¬ some time ago about Julian The mounds which these little work- mother I and the children The traut Orlfiss Matildas Preparations for the roa din hot haste When a quar- Â¬ have you arrested I thought you were daughter with ers build are from one to throe feet in is going sir thornes Easter Sunday ter of a mile distant we could see a out robbing hen roosts and now 1 the pedestrian proclivities appears in a height and from two to thirteen feet The gentleman reached his hand lirht in motion across the distant fields know But Ill pay you up Western paper so distorted that Mr wide his pocket and drawing out a sUrar far As Easter is at hand I am reminded and concluded that Miss Matilda had Without further ado Miss Matilda Hawthorne is made the father of eleven These mounds are connected by cov half dollar handed it to the boy who of a somewhat amusing event in rone in search of her filly for which began laying about her with the daughters any one of whom is able to ered streets which are dug by the ant3 pulled out a lot of change and began which I was an actor when I was a she seemed to have more affection than hickory and every blow hit some one break the amateur pedestrian record themselves Parts of these roads are to count out the correct amount- - Tha 1k3 iuid which I think I will describe for any human being in the world Daring Dick and Fearless Frank were Jay Goulds tunnels like the tunnel of the Hoosac gentleman moved off toward the Shun Abraham Gould somewhat in detail I lived in the The place Ave had selected for our howling with pain before six blows had brother formerly lived in Salt Lake railroad Other parts are like little fearing he would get left andbefora country in what was called a good festivities was a cave two miles from fallen A hurried retreat was made to and the Tribune says of him Many ditches and have a roof of sticks the little fellow could get to Mm th neighborhood1 The people in it were Downers Forks The cave was a new the darkest Corner of the chamber but was the generous act performed by him leaves and earth It is thought that train pulled out ihe majority of them at least well discovery in the neighborhood and Miss Matilda was after us like an Two years later the same gentlewaa while here He had a fondness for sur- Â¬ these roads are made for the nurses to and industrious working Tarious conjectures were rife as to its avenging demon lHfcamn Half of the boys prising very poor people by unloading protect them from the enemies of ants was called to New York oa business hard on their farms during the week probable history We had never held were screaming with pain beiore we coal and chickens and turkeys and veg-Â¬ about which you will hear by He had forgotten the little bootblack and going religiously to church every our egg carnival in it and the idea of had made a frantic rush for the en- Â¬ y Because if the nurses and his forty five cents change etables in their back yards and when and by era at Most Inopportune Times Sunday doing so had a charming tinge of ro- Â¬ trance to the cave Out wc ran with As he wandered up the street the the baby killed be Where there is vibration or violent questioned not knowing any thing should Tl had become a custom in the town mance and possible adventure for us Miss Matilda after us Our pots paii3 to observe Easter with rather more of Several of us believed in our secret and kettles were left behind as we motion of the wood against which it about the affair He was fond of as-Â¬ ants would die for want of second day after his arrival h wa religious ceremony than is the practice souls that the cave had once been the raced and rolled down the steep bluff rests a nut may annoy by becoming suming to be a man with a bad eye care If you or I should happen to approached by a lad who said Were you ever here before away in most rural neighborhoods There rendezvous of a band of robbers nayf side scratching and bruising ourselves loose Flattening the end of the bolt who could not be approached except disturb one of these roads to re- Â¬ Yes bubby was the reply-or obliterating the thread with the through much red tape when all the would go a whole host of ants was a little white frame church to some believed that robbers still came in our flight When the boy asked be time his heart was as soft as a sick pair them which most of the families for miles to it and that a careful search might Jeff and I reached home in a sadly hammer will stop this and may to oyster or a boarding house olive About two years ago are full of little rooms The mounds around came on Easter Sunday for a reveal hidden booty demoralized condition Jeff had fallen done in case it may never be desired Â¬ Didnt I shine your shoes athe where the baby anfe are cared for differspecial service of praise and prayer There were farm hands in the neigh Â¬ three times and his nose was swollen remove the nut but otherwise a HUMOROUS Some people think the mounds are Grand Central depot Jt was always prettily decorated and borhood who declared that the cave and bleeding My back ached from ent plan must be adopted Putting a Some boy did and our country choir sang its very best was haunted and said that strange the effect of Miss Downeys blows My soft leather washer under the nut will Harpers Bazar has a poem writ- Â¬ built on purpose for the babies seem Well I am the boy sir and owe the other ants Will the their nurses For 3nd the good rector gave one of his lights had been scen in the vicinity and clothes were torn nry face scratched often answer for it will reduce the ten by Billy Patterson haye no need of you forty five cents I tried to get to to work outside and the nut and in- Â¬ most carefully prepared sermons strange noises had been heard A Both of us had lost our hats Our motion imparted to Or the thread on gentleman who struck Billy Patterson the covered streets in order to protect the train but I couldnt honestly X Puck After church we all went home in wild beast of some unknown kind had parents and sisters were up and crease the friction please hit him again here is yourmoaey- - I couldnt the bolt may be filled with paint and iheiuost decorous manner and there been killing sheep and pigs in the laughed themselves hoarse over our ap Â¬ What themselves ant babies should all begin was afraid and He at a Boston musical e would never seeyoaagaau I If those the nut secured at once the article a glorious interpretation partook of a dinner In which tiggs ap Â¬ neighborhood and it was said that pearance She a Chi- Â¬ to cry what a noise there would be I didnt intend to keep your naoey peared served in evert conceivable strange footprints had been seen near Mr Yes Bright and early the next morning not being used until the paint cago young woman a A thousand babies crying at once and and saying this the boy pulled has hardened As a measure of safety Waldo I caU that good fiddling way But we boys had but little the cave came Miss Tilda to our house the the nurses walking the floor with them lot of change and taking focty fta for them for we were general The cave was at the top of a high spirit of revenge and hatred high with Â¬ leather washer may be put under all harpers Bazar would certainly make a stir in the cents proffered it to the gentleBsan-nuts that rest against a piece of wood Kurfeited with eggs before Easter Sun Â¬ bluff overlooking a little stream called in her asked the fond wife of house The nurse ants do keep run Henry The letter written in Atlanta Ga day dawned Goose creek It was a locality but She wore the very dress she had vibrated or violently moved especially her sick husband would you not like ning up and down stairs a great deaL above incidentwith It was the custom for all the bovs in little frequented But after the discov- Â¬ worn the night before and had not if the wood is hard and the surface to see somebody and he faintly re- Â¬ If it be too hot or cold or too wet the itswhich relates the mentions the recent pleasant sequel the neighborhood to assemble at some ery of the cave a rough trail was made washed a single stain from it or from smooth No Im not see sick sponded one of the most up Â¬ baby ants must be carried up or down death of Mr Very frequently the difficulty en- Â¬ N Y Commercial Bulletin appointed place in the woods on the so that the summit of the bluff could be her face Jeff and I believed she had right and honored citizens of that city stairs as the case may be Saturday night before Easter and reached by parties on horseback First Connoisseur There is a cer- Â¬ daubed on a fresh supply and made out countered by the farmer is to loosen a The mound builder ant is a delicate He was the boy who many years ago nut when its removal is desired The tain ingenuousness about the picture ihereeook and tsat eggs How tho cas The cave was after all a very ordi Â¬ a stronger case against us but wide awake ant When these ants blacked the New York gentlemans rust forming be arises 4dm originated 1 dont know und now nary cave It was not more than sevenSecond advance upon their enemies they bite boots at the Grand Central I want you to sec jest how I was troublethe nut from the bolt am this that I admire exceedingly and re- Â¬ tween and X question somewhat whether it was It is certainly artless right and left but hop about merrily turned the change Connoisseur ty-five feet in length and at the end treated she said to father Aint I quite judicious in our parents to allow of it there was a great room like cavity a purty lookin1 thing Aint I any may be avoided by oiling the bolt be- Â¬ if thats what you mean Tid Bits If The fact that the New York gentle Â¬ to avoid being bitten themselves fore the nut is put on Lard tallow or iL Nevertheless the consent of the more than fifty feet in height Diverg Â¬ claim to damages a picture they are fighting with larger ants they man was so pleased with little Paul Pa whos that And jest come out Bertie castor oil will answer the last being of parents was generally given and the ing from the main entrance were two and look at my mare Pa Father Time with his jump up on their backs and seize them that he adopted him and educated him on plows should place selected for eating our eggs was tunnel like excavations each about But pa hes nearly by the neck That does not seem hard Â¬ only adds a circumstance to the biog We all went out There stood our the best The nuts scythe Bertie wild and little frequented local Â¬ forty feet in length and small low ghost of the night before the snow never be put on until the thread of the bald oiue Yes most old gentle- Â¬ ly fair does it Pa And what seems raphy of a boy who probably would ity with surroundings suggestive of chambers were at the end of these side white filly stained and smeared with bolts is oiled for the only thing to men are But say pa I meaner still three or four will capture have grown up a good man without the Bertie keep the bolt from turning when the thought Time had a forelock wild beasts ami robbers and robbers1 tunnels Tid one of their foes and each will pull a aid of wealthy friends the contents of the broken eggs One act of is being taken off is the small eaves for ome of us had the mistor Could she look an wuss if shed nut But the summit of the bluff was a Bits different way so that the poor creature simple integrity illustrated his charac- Â¬ tunc to read dime novels and our wild looking place at night and when rolled and wallered in the whites and nose that fits into a notch in the What is an affair du cccur1 can not escape Then one of them ter and his sacrifice to principle was Toulhful imaginations were foolishly we boys climbed up the rocky bluff side yallers off eggs asked Miss Matilda surface in the share or mold board papa said the small boy who had will spring upon its back and saw its gain here and eternal Youths Com Â¬ will break off excited thereby No one was inclined to disagree with and considerable force and entered the cave we huddled pretty panion been endeavoring to read the daily head off These egg eating assemblies were close together and did not laugh very this assertion She looked like a mon this nose When the nose is gone the paper be a new name for That must These ants like sweet things to eat de- Â¬ however occasions of mirth and enterÂ¬ much stroys four legged omelet The yelk bolt can not be removed without said the old gentleman so when you go to visit their city you a dog fight OFFICIAL BEAUTY Often a refractory nut tainment of the most innocent kind On the way up we had iu boyish of an egg had effectually closed one stroying it as he reached for the paper Boston must carry some candy that thpy may Each boy brought from ten to a dozen fashion given ourselves such suggest Â¬ eye another had filled her ear and can be loosened by heating a poker Bulletin have a little feast Fannie A Deane Ifow the Gnshlnjr Washington Correspond Â¬ red hot and placing its tip against the ents Overdraw Their Picture ogg and Ive no doubt that some of ive names as Daring Dick lledhanded dried there her tail was matted her Where Heavens Look there in Our Little Men and Women is not always sife to accept the end of the bolt this will heat the bolt It us imperilled our digestive organs by Bill Two Fingered Jack Roy the mane dangled in stiff streaks on her There that messenger boy running descriptions of the society correspond- Â¬ causing it to expand and when it cools trvinjc to eat evcrv eg we brought neck Rover Bloody Tom and so on Sh h Its his regular meal time QUEENS HORSES and contracts the tenacity of the nut ents at Washingfon literally The Skillets were taken with us for frying to have big damages for own awe inspiring name wa M3 But you mustnt make so much fuss Im goin will be overcome But prevention is standards of judgment there are not nnd poaching purposes and pots for Death Dealing Dan while brother Jeff this cried Miss Matilda as she comabout it or people will think you are The Use to Which Turtles Are Pat Along precisely the same as elsewhere and boiling TVe also I remember wrapped stood shivering in the cave under the pleted the harmony of the picture by better than remedy American Agri- Â¬ an escaped humorist the Amazon River Pittsburgh Disculturist eggs in pieces of wet brown paper name of Fearless Frank Frightened plumping herself on the said a friend loveliness is considered as going as a Some years ago patch matter of course with certain positions and roasted them in the coals of our Jeff would have been a more apt cog- Â¬ I know every boy en- Â¬ horse Mamma exclaimed little Mabel who was a famous trayeler and with DUNDERS ORPHANS roaring fire thereby rendering them I nomen you said they had whom I was exchanging turtle experi- Â¬ For instance a Congressman may be gaged in this outrage and Im goin How a Benevolent Citizen from Canada McSwilligen am sure unfit for any body to eat Well I was ences I found myself up the Amazon ugly or good looking able or weak We had carried sticks and brush in- Â¬ to ride just so that every one of their measles at McCorkles Victimized the Confhtiur Carl There was about these affairs a fascin Â¬ to the cave during the previous day parents an see how Ive been treated Well thats you is it queried Ser- Â¬ here and I looked all around and so far that I imagine I was the only honest or knavish but a Congressmanr3 ating flavor of freedom that made the and after a roaring lire had been built And a pretty sight I am to go out on geant Bendall yesterday as Mr Dunder didnt see a single measlc The wife is ex officio lovely and though Conster-Â¬ really white man in the country various Congressmen with 4ilLsort3 of contents of frying jjan and pots and we grew braver and more boisterous Easter Sunday morning entered the Central Station nation of Mabels mother Pittsburgh natives and half bred Portuguese held wives old and young brown paper sweet to our tastes undisputed possession I was well re- Â¬ blonde tall and short sweetbrown aa How she was met by the other parents Sergeant I like to say a few Chronicle Death Dealing Dan dared to look be Â¬ and It is of my hist participation in one of hind him into a dark corner Blood I never knew but I am not aware that words I am going to become a mission ceived everywhere the people being ish come and go the ideal wife shrewof the these egg eating revels that 1 write I Tom let go the clutch he had on the she got any damages And this Go ahead nary she said as she gazed at him extremely hospitable and among the Congressman remains the same and ia was then fifteen years old My brother arm of his brother Chief of the Paw Â¬ was my last attendance upon egg curious things that I noticed was that Do you pelief I vhas grazy wth a why don the eyes of the correspondent sheis Jeff was younger Mother had given paws while Red Handed Bill screwed gatherings at Easter My father never Well not exactly crazy but very expression on her face Looking almost every family kept turtles just as always lovely-In this way too the 11s each a dozen eggs and father had up courage to speak above a whisper his consent that my fresh Dont we do pigs In other words attached after this gave down upon her he replied Senators wife is ex officio exquisitely said we might remain out until ten You see dis ten dollar bill we got wonderfully brave younger brothers should indulge in you think you had better begin on a to nearly every little home was a pen lovely The wives of the Supreme oclock The bovs assembled in larce Pooh They were married in the or corral in which one or more turtles I do and I can see from here that he then sneered I whos afraid such entertainments J L Harbour judges numbers that night Jeff and I carried Woe woe to the man who crosses the in YoutWs Companion it is on a broken Canadian bank How spring under the spreading chestnut were confined as the family meat Court and the the foreign representa Â¬ tives Cabinet Ministers are our eggs salt pepper butter and path of Death Dealing Dan this supply and killed as occasion re Â¬ did you get it trees N Y Ledger ex officid enhancingly lovely As for The turtles were extremely crackers in an iron dinner pot deÂ¬ night The Worlds Rain Vhell a stranger comes in my place Mrs Fishwhacker has a born sense quired some weighing two hundred and the Presidents wife she is ex officio signed for use after we reached the yesterday und asks if I vhas Carl Dun- Â¬ of the ridiculous but she is not con- Â¬ large Ycs yes roared R03- the Rover Could we but utilize all the water to use a scene of the feast- - We all met at a my good sword and 1U3 right arm der I vhas All right Somepody sidered a good story teller She essayed fifty pounds and were three feet in beyond all whooping power lifted from the ocean by the tells him Shakesperian phrase Language is inÂ¬ place in the woods known as Downeys shall share the victory I vhas collecting money to the other evening to repeat the witty length and proportionately stout and adequate to express her loveliness sunbeams and wafted by the zephyrs build an orphan asylum It Forks so called because the main road Dot vhas remark that Canada should not laugh bulky I found that they formed one Well spoken cried Fearless Frank over the land what vast factories shust like me of diet in is the failure of the average cltize to here branched out in several direc- Â¬ Brave men ye are brave men and I vhas big hearted und at our navy because it is nothing to of the most important articles What magnified might we run tions Canada the country and many of the natives appreciate this treatment of beauty as true ye do me honor to sup with Niagaras might we create In a recent charitable eaferypody shpeaks vhell laugh at with this result an official attribute that leads to the An exceedingly acrimonious and me of me He like to help dot asylum hadnt oughtcr laugh at our navy be-Â¬ earned a living by catching and selling paper to the Royal Society of Edin along a leedle by subscribing fife dol- Â¬ disappointment of many visitors at them to the richer people thoroughly disagreeable old woman Nobly said good friend I fear l cause it aint no laughing matter burgh Mr John Murray sought to They 20 expecting t Â¬ Washington My first glimpse at these huge turnamed Miss Matilda Downey lived on no lar Oliver Wendell Holmes once per- Â¬ give the worlds rainfall in figures see visions of feminine loveliness floatÂ¬ was at a small hut where I ob a fine farm near the forks of the road He must have been green -- Stop Hush whats that your petrated an atrocious pun when asking tles The areas of country having an inland served a child sitting in a bath tub ing about the streets of the National Miss Matilda had a mortal antipathy noise Vhell so I pelief Do exclaimed Bloody Tom If he like to gif Abraham Lincoln to respond to a drainage equal to 11486350 square me fife dollar I take it made of the shell of one and this led capital In their fancy it is peopled to boys An unreasonable and unjust you hear it He hands me miles receive 2243 cubic miles of rain dis ten dollar bill und I shange him so toast at a small impromptu dinner to my becoming acquainted with the with beauty Uke Arraidas garden of hatred it was I am sure for the boys The brave men and true huddled The total areas draining queek it made your hair shtand oop I All the gentlemen were in dress suits originals for my host observing my in- Â¬ the enchanted island of Caraoeas or in our neighborhood so far as I know close together dead stillnes reigned yearly except the distinguished guest whose the paradise of had never done her any harm but had in a moment Then there was a noise directly to the ocean equal 44211000 loan find oudt for two hours dot he first words were I make the same terest in the animals told metothat a heard of at leastMahomet They haTs square miles of which 38829750 vhas a proken pank Sergeant fifty women who walk hunt was regularly organized take indeed been of use to her in various near the entrance to the cave We plea gentlemen in extenuation of my square miles have more than ten inches with the grace of Diana af PoS place in a few days and as his men wavs Gratitude was not one of Miss started out into the darkness and sud- Â¬ Well dress as I do of that joke you have just were going he invited me to join them tiers a hundred who have inhariethe Matildas few virtues She was never denly a light colored object became of annual rainfall and discharge into Keep a leedle shtill Doan let him the sea 65G9 cubi miles of water each get into der papers Dot vhas a shoke heard it is Holmespun On the morning of the hunt we went to a witching smile of Ninon de 1Enclos a known to be grateful for any thing partly visible in the karkness little settlement about five miles up the hundred and fifty who have fowwl Once when we bovs had assembled Oh my goodness screeched Fear-Â¬ year By this means lather more than on me I vhas roin- to walk around I Uninterested Kindness 5000000000 tons of solids are carried to und find dot fellow If I like to tele- Â¬ of river and there waited for theentire the lost arms to the number of ten and chopped her less Prank its that varmint Its a the Venae the ocean annually Arhiinsaw Trav- Â¬ phone you vhat number vhas t two hundred with the 1 have brought you a few party the members of which were ar of Milo fire wood for her instead of bear or a panther Oh Oh wiater Friend riving every minute in their canoes in persuasive charms of Phryne acL slices of ham giviag us a supper she handed each of Number 400 Ked Handed Bill grasped my arm in eler as a piece of stale bread and the eighth frantic terror The object came a little Poor Neighbor Ah How kind you fours and fives Having some time to so on through the long catalogue oPth All right If you hear dot tele- Â¬ Colonel Fred Grant has written a wait went ashore and strolled about professional oeautiss of history artaawl part of a thin small dried apple pie nearer and we could see it white and letter to Major Carroll of Baltimore phone ring you may know it vhas me are with the remark that she wo1 nt goin1 tall and two gleaming spots that looked relative to the alleged intemperance of und dot Ill wait beside der corpse un- Â¬ mention it It is really a and at pne of the houses I found poetry But the imaginative tomriit Dont to have her kitchen all cluttered up by like dull coals til der wagon comes Detroit Free pleasure for me to show you any little that the turtles in their usefulness were finds little in thereality to justify hie the dead hero in which these words not restricted to food but were utilized anticipations The gay and festive a passel of dirty boys attention A spook screamed Daring Dick occur I was thirty five years old Press Well I appreciate your kindness by the native children as perambulat Â¬ ladies of the society correspondent xi- Wood choppings were frequent in and he actually fell face downward in when my father died I spent twenty t Bev George Grenfell of the En- Â¬ ors Hearing a shouting in one of the erally appear to hls unskilled va as ike neighborhood even among weli-to-i- o his fright six of those years by his side and never glish Baptist Mission on the Congo I assure you of that only too corrals I looked over the fence and sensible middle aged or vldaclyirSi An I said before lam people and they always ended with The spook halted Then Tommy saw any signs of the weakness ot has been elected a Fellow of the Royal ne lithe the graeeftrf glad to be able to accomodate you there were two little urchins each en a nice supper and a party in the even Hall a plucky little fellow of thirteen which Boynton speaks Geographical Society of England in The slices are cut from a ham that was mounted on a large turtle and evi-Â¬ ous tha svelte the lusaTaoi the yeeir iag to which all the girls came if they years had courage enough to cry out recognition of his services to science given us Â¬ By the way if you dis- dently racing as each rider sat astride jiuiruosomea uaases vux e Mrs Parvenue indicating a paint fed aot already met and spent the day Say boys lets egg it Who cares Whose picture by his exploration of the upper Congo cover any symptoms of trichina in your of the shell and with a piece of bam- - about aire metaxaeirpho6eVits wkiag or sewing carpet rags what it is Come on Theres so ing of the Madonna Mies Matilda was a well-to-d-o family after you have tried the ham boo split at the end urged the phleg- - dinary people conaeotiil by iMandKip -Dealer is that sir Raphaels basin wom many-- of us I aint afraid Mrs Parvenue surprised Theres a woman at the bottom of you will let us know please We are niatic steeds alonar- at a- nace which with thft rar tW- - srr- madam hoiise and had invited a witi a sice Our ejrjrs were in little piles around pw TiT -- s the man said when his wife fell not coine to eat of it until we hear mirht havfl hAAn a milA woalr 4 tha s teMjewi chop her wood for her the fire In an instant a perfect volley Arc you sure Lhave always sup- - it i into a well Vf a mi2 uvj a uugui hj ft71- of them were fifed at the dread object posed that Raphael was a man turtles aroused at the nolle of the Ur Fsti SxpreM Life Hartford Sunday Journal I from ycu Texas Siftings trvh what we ought not to have done and that was we made a small a very - KENTUCKY small heap of our pie and bread and MiaSIL GKEEv left it on Miss Downeys doorstep For this she never forgave us although EASTER she did not hesitate at any time to tetbe seriaf tbae the wide world adora call on some one us when she want Â¬ of JaI Paferis aer eevateauiee frsgraataerbreatn ed a favor done It was after dark aaerTmgste tai W4eriHl morning when we hoys twenty eight iu num- Â¬ Xafe la id tevenaess triumphs oer ber passed Miss Matildas home on the JfeKfctetaeTolcssl night of our egg eating party Her barn stood near the road and gs tae giad caeras just as we came in front of it the door asd caere opened and out ran a very handsome J Jer story repeats tfee street storr Le fe tae eeafverer Death is no more and spirited young snow white filly Leewa traas tae fetters where with winter bound for which Mis3 Matilda had paid a lkeas large sum She took great pride in are ttfttag sun to i VFXXCXKtOeSK rnejHieior Of course we wereindignaut and did of sight We went back to the cave but most of our eggs were gone There were not more than two dozen left Fearless Frank was jusfc isaying he hadnt been a mite scared and Daring Dick had stopped the chattering of his teeth and was saying Neither was I I knew all along He stopped A light from the outer world was coming towards us No sound was heard but on came the 0retain light Terror reigned again - -- four months for Captain Thunder and Miss Spooner to be together to start with four months and perhaps longer with possibly Lieutenant Griffin to give a swift maturity to emotion by import Â¬ ing a neat and useful element of jealousy Oh if moonlight and music and feeling are one ashore what are they at sea on the deck of a sleeping fabric lifting visionary wings to the lovely stars when the sea fire flashes like sheet lightning to the soft surge of the ships bows or counter upon the light fold of the invisible swell when the westering moon crimsoning as she sinks wastes her hearts blood in the deep for love of what she is painfully and ruefully leaving when the dew upon the bulwarks sparkles like some diamond incrustations to the star- Â¬ light when the peace of the richly clad night presses like a sensible bene- Â¬ diction upon the breathless enchanted listening ship subduing all sounds of gear creaking in blocks of chains clanking to the stirring of the rudder to a tender music in sweetest harmony with the fountain like murmur at the bows as the vessel quietly lifts to the long drawn heave there think of it was there ever a bower by Bendemeers stream comparable as a corner for the delicate whispers of passion for the coy reception of kisses with some quiet nook on the white quarter deck shad- Â¬ owed from the stars and protected from the dew by the awning If you thrill now it is because the whole ship shakes with the whirling and thrashing of those mighty beams of steel below Emotion must be blatant or it can not be heard Not yet has a generation that knows 1 am speaking the truth in all this jnissed away Confirm me ye scores of elderly master mariners en- Â¬ joying your well earned repose in spots hard bv that ocean ve loved and sailed for years Confirm me too ye many survivors of a sea going time when the most blissful hours of your long and respectable lives were passed under the shadow of the cross jack yard If Clark Russell in the Gentleman s Maga- Â¬ zine LOOSENING NUTS An Annoying Trifle Whicli Worries Farm A NAUTICAL LAMENT ReealHne the Blessed Days Whea the Steamship TVas Yet a Barity Only think ofthe old Eastlndiaman PERSONAL AND LITERARY Moses Parks of Reynolds Ga died the other day of measles aged ninety two years Mr Crocker the California nabob has three sons and a daughter to inÂ¬ herit his 40000000 Cadet Whittaker whose injured ears were the cause of so much con- Â¬ troversy at West Point a few years ago is now a member of a leading law firm at Charleston S C Miss Annie Howard who was Queen of the Madi Gras three years ago is to give the Crescent City a pub-Â¬ lic library as a memorial of her father it is to cost 50000 2K 0 Times Miss Tillie May Forney the young est daughter of the late Colonel John W Forney is now a regular member of the staff of a Philadelphia society journal known as Leisure Hours She is a bright and trenchant writer The latest edict issued by the cult- Â¬ ured society of Boston is that the use of pet names should be abandoned Mamie is now plain Mary Lulu be- Â¬ Sallie abandons the comes Lucretia terminal ie and is written Sarah etc Henry Ward Beecher has discov- Â¬ ered the secret of happiness which consists of looking away from our own troubles at those of our neighbors and learning by comparison how much we have to be thankful for Brooklyn f0EJ0UE0UN HEADERS HOW TO SUCCEED Zf ia bloir WC4L foritcartalalY T Deat stand 9tuui alight josr work BccaaM tis hard to do If troubles coas aad sorrows rise The ska wyetfrself a man Let courage serve you for your irsrlc Aau do the best yoa ca And in your study or your play Determine to excel Dont las behind but hoe your row And strive to hoe it wen In all your play in all year work Just try the golden plan Bs ready active brave and bold And do the beatryou can this warlt yoa aroaia saeeeed Yoa mast be Tjrare and trno enougk to see the diaakmfcivtv iber would tak alana draw im Map 3IJSjrte tail and feet a7g and rwe flr cow ver a moment later the rfcUcs ins the performance by the backs of their steed about like circus riders G 21 in Chautauqua lie moment - JtT ai reai c - REAL INTEGRITY gae I -- eleven-year-o- ld -- I ap--ipet- ite ot Â¬ Â¬ egg-bespatter- ed -- Bj-and-- by - -- -- - r Ji - 72st -- 3- Kn-r-- 1 - - S a - - -- 4 3ftJ -- t Jt - 0V - Jr J -- jt Cv- - T t v7 v-- J II I II lffTTTT iWII tf -- - Ws5fl - WWPflW i V - r P V T Wr-- w AMOOAJiDCN e khi iMBEiarkj -- STARTING CREAMERIES -- fHwitktij Warn i FtrHM aad Ovsen drivers d work It generally believed that the in-tritfa tfeta wrltbout it daetry of making butter in farm houses aldckiag cow by simplj for supplying the markets of large mnm iA Jwr south sod bock- - towns is in the way of gradual but sure It Miad er horns Creamery butter com extinction XjyXa mands the highest price everywhere Ited asHfit be at-- and is almost universally preferred W Brlj Tork ia jieatiful because the quality is nearly uniform C weil rottedaanHre so throughout the year The majority of ifee xsIbs to carry dowa the town housekeepers do net wish to visit j te the xoots of the a grocery in order to taste and exam- - j Ohiomgo Journal ine a sample of butter every time they of hot water on a are required to buy a small quantity 4ried wBI be always bright and lor their table They much prefer to the weekly clean send an order for the butter made by ahntyg It k the waehifi in lukewarm some creamery whose reputation is cs- - j ryiag when cold thnt gives tablished and whose product has been appearance after a few used in the famity The managers of hotels restaurants and boarding houses PtAiing One pound enr like to supply their tables with butter pes bread crumbs one- - of nearly uniform quality and accord-Â¬ raMins one pound suet ingly purchase that made in cream-Â¬ jmmL rrtsble t Is b9 JtVlvSsVPlaRK XBH Je jd ot fee lour eggs one tablespoon eries People who desire ease and who Mgar and nutmeg to taste are not very careful about the expendiienaon peel candled Bos- - ture of money generally purchase Â¬ i Water I which potatoes have been will cleanse delicately colored or worsted goods The dress afcoaletbe wetall over jfctMe -- wkSe atfll damp la clear warm water Press This will not injure Good Souse-- Use no soap the most delicate colors Warm Slaw Take the best part of cabbage aad slice it fine take two eggs well beaten one cup of vinegar Re cp of sweet cream put the vine Â¬ gar on the stove and when boiling hot stir in the cream and eggs Press it down with a plate and jidd a little salt aad butter Bmton Bulletin Ifed it l it Five or Mx vears is the average teres of duration of raspberrv planta- tioas if retained longer the fruit is satall aad but little of it As it takes a year or two for the plants to reach their beilt bearing condition it is well to make a new plantation erery third jear and thus have two plants one oottiag into lull bearing as the other J6 going out Plants can be set in fall or spring Troy Times A dainty way to make chocolate is to set an earthen pot in a kettle of boil lag water ia this place a quart of milk cream mixed Stir into this when it is bot a paste msde by mixiug three heapiag table spoonfuls of grated choc- Â¬ olate with a little cold milk Let this boil two or three minutes and serve very iot If the chocolate is sweetened it is better not to add sugar but to let 6ftoh one add it at the table if it is not sweet congk but if the unsweetened chocolate is used two dessert spoonfuls zaay be put in while it is cooking The ad It is important to know that the walls of a nursery are harmless It has aaerethan once happened that children bare ailed mysteriously from injurious w2I papers and the prettier the paper very often the more risk there is of dan gar Kothingis more cheerful or more wholesome than a light color wash It can at any time be washed and kept sweet and clean it holds no infection like paper in case of the epidemics to which children are so liable and it offers a good background for the pict- Â¬ ures which should always adorn a nur aerv HINTS ON ROAD MAKING Serieas and Very Common fey takes Made CoHBty Koad Supervisor 3T1 b One of the serious mistakes in road making is to plow up the side ditches and throw the material sods sand and manure which the rains have washed oS the Toad bed into them back into the center of the drive way This stuff sod sand and loam is utterly destructive of the foundation of the road The first rains convert this loose organic material into a slough of mud while a hard rain washes it back into the ditch In a diy season it beÂ¬ comes a perfect bed of dust annoying to the traveler destructive to vehicles and about as bad as the mud itself The surveyor who allows the iniquity ought to be complained of as an enemy creamery butter as they can obtain a very good article without the trouble of testing it Retail as well as wholesale dealers prefer handling butter made in factories partly because it gives them lit-Â¬ tle trouble and partly because it gives the best satisfaction to their patrons That very excellent butter is often made in farm houses is acknowledged by all In fact the finest specimens of butter come from farms where Jer-Â¬ sey cows are kept and where the milk or cream is worked up on the place Comparatively few Western farmers have the requisite facilities for setting milk and making butter They have poor cellars or none at all no ice-Â¬ houses and poor water Quite likely there is no one in the house who has the time or skill necessary to make first class butter A woman who has children to take care of cooking to do and the house to look after can have little time to devote to the proper man- Â¬ agement of the dairy-- Unless she has a decided taste for it one can hardly expect that she will become an expert in butter making The making of but-Â¬ ter on most farms is attended by many discouragements The chances are will bring only the price of an that it inferior article even if the quality is very good As a rule less can be ob- Â¬ tained for the butter made in a farm- Â¬ house than for the milk or cream from which it is manufactured if there is a market for them in the vicinity There is no remuneration for the labor spent in making butter on most farms The establishment of creameries or butter factories has done much to lighten labor in farm houses to im Â¬ prove the quality of butter to insure a good price for it and to enable tho producers of milk to obtain cash for it at regular times That many cream- Â¬ eries have failed does not gj to show that the system of manufacturing is faulty Some have failed because too expended in much money was and of buildings the erection the purchase of apparatus Others did not meet with success for the reason that the buildings were not located where it was convenient for farmers to deliver milk or cream and there was no arrangements made for collecting them Still others failed on account of lack of skill on the part of the superintendent or operator or want management of proper business Creameries have been started in sev- Â¬ eral places before the farmers in the vicinity were ready for them They had inferior cows that had been accus- Â¬ tomed to suckle calves and had never been properly trained by a competent milker The farmers themselves were lacking in experience in the feeding and general care of dairy cows and were generally indifferent or very poor milkers Men who are not accustomed to it do not take kindly to milking Â¬ Â¬ JOUTHERN INDUSTRIES ONLY AFTER DEATH Wfeat Woadera the Microscope Hu Borne For U 2fo Teaser Obliged to Die to MarreloHs Derelopment of the Sosts Manufacturing and Mineral Interests Ilnd Oat Wlsat KJUIngUs When we come to the New Indus- Â¬ One of the leading scientific publica tioix3 states that aianj people are now trial South the change is marvelous nsins the microscope to discover the cause of disease in the system and to real and so vast and various that I scarcely adulterations of food and medicines know where to begin in a short paper This wonderful instrument has saved that can not go much into details In- Â¬ many a life A microscopical test shows for instance the presence of albumen or stead of a South devoted to agriculture the life of the blood in certain derange- and politics we find a South wide-Â¬ ments of the kidneys but medicine does awake to business excited and even not teli us how far advanced the derange Â¬ astonished at the development of its ment is or whether it shall prove fataL The microscope however gives us this own immense resources in metals marÂ¬ knowledge Brights disease which so many people bles coal timber fertilizers eagerly dread was not fully known until the mi-Â¬ laying lines of communication rapidy croscope revealed its characteristics It opening mines building furnaces greatly aids the physician skilled in its use in determining now far disease has adÂ¬ founderie3 and all sorts of shops for vanced and gives a fuller idea of the true utilizing the native riches It is like itractnre of tho kidney the discovery of a new world When A noted German scholar recently discov ered that by the aid of the microscope the the Northerner finds great founderies in physician can tell if there is a tumor form Â¬ Virginia using only with slight excep ing in tho system and if certain appear Â¬ ances are seen in the fluids passed it is tions the products of Virginia iron proof positive that the tumor is to be a and coal mines when he finds Ala Â¬ malignant one If any derangement of the kidneys Is de- bama and Tennessee making iron tected by the microscope the physician so good and so cheap that it finds looks for the development of almost any ready market in Pennsylvania and disease the system is heir to and any indifounderies multiplying near the great cation of Brights disease which has no symptoms of its own and can not be fully furnaces for supplying Northern mar- Â¬ recognized except by the microscope ha kets when he finds cotton mills run- Â¬ looks upon with alarm This disease has existed for more than ning to full capacity on grades of cheap 2000 years It is only until recently that cottons universally in demand through- Â¬ the microscope has revealed to us its universal prevalence and fatal character out the Sout and Southwest when he Persons who formerly died of what was finds small industries such as paper called general debility nervous break Â¬ box factories and wooden bucket and down dropsy paralysis heart disease rheumatism apoplexy etc are now known tub factories sending all the can to have really died of kidney disease be- Â¬ make into the North and widely over cause had there been no disorder of tho kidneys the chances are that the effects the West when he sees the loads of from which they died would never have most beautiful marble shipped North existed As the world becomes better acquainted when he learns that some of the largest with the importance of the kidneys in the and most important engines and mill human economy by the aid of the micro- machinery were made in Southern scope there is greater alarm spread through the communities concerning It shops when he finds in Richmond a and this accountsf or the erroneous belief pole locomotive made to run on that it is on the increase logs laid end to end and drag out from As yet neither homeopathist nor allo pathist Is prepared with a cure for de-Â¬ Michigan forests and Southern swamps ranged kidneys but tho world has long lumber hitherto inaccessible when he since recognized and many medical gentle- Â¬ men also recognize and prescribe Warners sees worn out highlands in Georgia and safe cure for these derangements and ad Carolina bear more cotton than ever mit that it i the only specific for the com before by help of a fertilizer the base mon and advanced forms of kidney dis of which is the cotton seed itself worth orders Formerly the true cause of death was more as a fertilizer than it was before discoverca only after death To day the the oil was extracted from it when he microscope shows us in the water we pass the dangerous condition of any organ in the sees a multitude of small shops giving body thus enabling us to treat it promptly employment to me women and chil- and escape premature death As the microscope in the hands of lay-Â¬ dren who never had anj work of that men has revealed many diseases that the sort to do before and when he sees medical men were not aware of so that preparation like many other discov- Â¬ Roanoke iron cast in Richmond into eries in medicine and science was found car irons and returned to a car factory outby laymen outside the medical code in Roanoke which last yeir sold three consequently it comes very hard for medi-Â¬ cal men to indorse and prescribe it Nev-Â¬ hundred cars to the New York New ertheless Warners safe cure continues to England railroad he begins to open grow in popularity and the evidences of it The South is manufacturing j his eyes effectiveness are seen on every hand Some persons claim that the proprietors a great variety of things needed in the should give the medical profession the formula of this remedy if it is such a house on the farm and in the shops God send to humanity and let the phy- Â¬ for home consumption and already sicians and public judge whether or not it sends to the North and Vfest several be so recognized With iron We however do not blame them for not manufactured products publishing the formula even to got the coal timber contiguous and easily pb- recognition of the medical profession The standing of tho men who manufacture this tained the amount sent out is certain great remedy is equal to that of tho major- I to increase as the labor becomes more ity of physicians and tho reason that some skillful The most striking industrial doctors give for not adopting and prescrib- Â¬ ing it vis that they do not knowwhatits j development to day is in iron coal ingredients are is absurd j lumber and marbles the more encour-Â¬ Mr Warners statement that many of aging for the self sustaining life of the the ingredients are expensive and that the desire of tho unscrupulous dealer or Southern people is the multiplication prescriber to realize a large profit from its of small industries in nearly every city manufacture by using cheap or injurious Charles Dudley Warner in substances for those ingredients would I visited jeopardize its quality and reputation and Harper s Magazine that Warners safe cure can not be made in small quantities on account of the ex-Â¬ pensive apparatus necessary in compound- Â¬ Makch 1SS2 wrote C C Shayne 103 ing these ingredients seems to us to be a Prince street N Y CriDplei with lum- reasonable and sufficient one bago I tried St Jacobs O it relieved The universal testimony of our friends tried again it cured me November 1 and neighbors and the indisputable evi- 18S6 Confirm my statement he writes dence that it and it alone has complete Price fifty cents mastery over all diseases of the kidneys is was completely cured Mrs M Pollock 95 Aisquith Street Balti Â¬ sufficient explanation of its extraordinary reputation and conclusive proof that it is more MJ says Rad Star Cough Cure perhaps tho most beneficent discovery for colds coughs and sorethroat has no known to scientific medicine since the do--te- ct i - Â¬ Â¬ w The following words In praise of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription a3 a remedy for those delicate ajecasw sgjnwaoou peculiar to women must be of Interest to every sufferer from such maladies Thej are fair saffiptes or expressions wnu wmcu uiousanus givo utterance xo ineir sense oa grauiuue iuc uw mcaiiTirm uuuuui y 1 restored to them by the use of this world famed medicine Mrs Sophia F Boswhll WMU CeHme l John E Seoar of HSleixbcch Fa writes year-I took eleven My wife had been suffering- for two or three Tnew ay writest Prescription and one botps C 1Jtar vorite years with female weakness and had paid Pelletsr I am doing my work aad aay tew Dei out one hundred dollars to nbysicians with Â¬ for some time I have bad to emptor Thrown lwir out relief She took Dr Pierces Favorite teac about sixteen years before I SiWMTER Prescription and it did her more good than ing your medicine I have ted i w8r all the medicine civen to her bv the tihvsi- supporter mostoT the thae Uaa XJw cians during the three years they had been practjclnjr upon her aside and feel as well as I ever did Mrs Georob Herger of Wes tficid SL F Mrs MAT GlXASOW of 27wn I was a great sufferer The Greatest writes bearing down pains and from leucor Â¬ Your Favorite pain continrhea writes It Womb Mickworked wonders ia my case PreBadpaaa ually across iny back Three bottles of your has several Bot Â¬ Having Earthly Boon Again she writes Favorite Prescription restored me to per WOUDEIS fect health I treated with Dr tles of the Favorite Prescription X feavs r for hpfllf h woiderfnllv ta the aetoei6ft nine months without receiving anv TvnpfitL minori The Favorite Prescription Is the greatest earthly boon to us ment of myBelf and friends I can how be on sy fMtaU fcSVn poor suffering woiaen attending to tho duties of my households messes te - 100 - if bds3rf J coseea JL GA taia m-B- - Â¬ I Â¬ I Many times women call on their family physicians suffering as they Imagine one from dyspepsia another from aetrt SfcjesseJ another from liver or kidney disease another from nervous exhaustion or prostration another with pain here or thire and m this way they all present alike to themselves and their easy going and indifferent or over busy doctor separate and distinct diseases for which he prescribes hia pills and potions assuming them to be such when in reality they are all only symptom caused by soaa womb disorder The physician Ignorant of the cause of suffering encourages his practice until large bills are Esade The siSeriiic gets no better out probably worse by reason of the delay wrong-- treatment and consequent complications A proper medians ike Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription directed to the cause would have entirely removed the disease thereby dispelfinff slS taest distressing symptoms and Instituting comfort instead of prolonged misery Mrs E F Morgan of Xo 71 Lexington St A Marvelous dire Mra G T Spxact Physicians East Boston 3dass says Five years ago 1 was troubled of Crystal MUh writes Jeauus female weakness leucorrhea I and falling-- ofwiu was a areaaiui sunerer irom uterine trouoics th Â¬ Having exhausted the skill of three phy Failed to keep for seven years so I Doctors wombgood part of the time haddoetored my bed sicians I was completely discouraged and so with as I for a weak I could with difficultv cross the room armv of different nhvsiciaus and ppent Iaiiie sums alone I began taking Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and money but received uo lasting benefit At last my ausband using the local treatment recommended in his Common Sense of persuaded me to try your medicines which 1 was loath to do Medical Adviser I commenced to improve at once In three because I was prejudiced against them and the doctors said months I was perfectly cured and have had no trouble since I if mo no good I finally told my husband wrote a letter to my family paper briefly mentioning how my they would do me some of your medicines 1 would trythat theas he would get health had been restored and offering to send the full particulars against the advice of my physician He got me six bottles of tbt to any one writing mo for them and enclosing a siamped-en-veloFavorite Prescription also six bottles of the Discovery for have received over four hundred letters for reply bottles of Discovery and four of I took In reply I have described my case and the treatment used ten dollarsPrescription three I have been a sound woman for four and Favorite and have earnestly advised them to do likewise From a great I then gave the balanY of the medicine tony sister whe many I havo received second letters of thanks stating that they vearstroubled in tho same she cureu herselt in a shqrl was had commenced the use of Favorite Prescription had sent the time I have not had to takeand medicine now for almost any SL50 required for the Medical Adviser and had applied the years local treatment so fully and plainly laid down therein and were four much better already TREATING THE WRONG DISEASE 3 I pc wr i 1 1 1 I Â¬ 1 The treatment of many thousands of cases cures nausea weakness of stomach indi Â¬ In pregnancy Favorite PescriptIoc1 relieving- nauscs is a mothers cordial of those chronic weaknesses and distressing gestion bloating and eructations of gas ailments peculiar to females at the Invalids As a soothing and strengthening weakness of stomteh and other oistressinr Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo N Y nervine Favorite Prescription is unÂ¬ symptoms common to that condition If has afforded a vast experience in nicely equalled and is invaluable in allaylncr and its u3 ia kept up In the latter months of1 adapting and thoroughly testing remedies subduing nervous excitability irritability gestation it so prepares the system for de Â¬ for the cure of womans peculiar maladies exhaustion prostration hysteria spasms livery as to greatly Jcssen and many times Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and other distressing nervous symptoms almost entirely do away with the suireringiii is the outgrowth or result of this great commonly attendant upon functional and of that trying ordeaL Thousands of organic disease of the womb It induces and valuable experience Favorite Prescription when taken testimonials received from patients and refreshing sleep and relieves mental anx in connection with the use of Br Pierce Golden 3IedicaL Discovery and small luxa from physicians who have tested it in the ietv and despondency Purgative Peileti more aggravated and obstinate cases which Dr Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription tivc doses of Pills Pierces Liver Kidney end cura had banlcd their skill prove it to be the is a legitimate medicine carefully Little Liver most wonderful remedy ever devised for compounded by an experienced and skillful Bladder diseases Their combined nse also the relief and cure of suffering women It physician and adapted to womans delicate removes Mood taints and abolishes can Â¬ is not recommended as a cure all but organization It is purely vegetable in its cerous and scrofulous humors from as a most perfect Speculc for woman a composition and perfectly harmless In Its system peculiar ailments effects in any condition of the system Favorite Prescription is the only As a powerful invigorating tonic Favorite Prescription is a posi Â¬ medicine for women scld by druggists it imparts strength to the whole system tive euro for the most complicated and under a positive guarantee front te manufacturers that it will give satisfao and to the uterus or womb and its ap- Â¬ obstinate cases of leucorrhea or whites pendages in particular For overworked excessive flowing at monthly periods pain Â¬ tion in every case or money will be re run down debilitated teach- Â¬ ful menstruation unnatural suppressions funded Thii guarantee ha3 been printed lworn out ers milliners dressmakers seamstresses prolapsus or falling of the womb weak on the bottle wrapper and faithfully car shop girls housekeepers nursing moth- Â¬ back female weakness anteversion re- ried out fcr many years Iarge bottles 100 or six bottles Sot ers and feeble women generally Dr troversion bearing down sensations chron- Â¬ 10O doses 500 Pierces Favorite Prescription Is the great Â¬ ic congestion inflammation and ulceration est earthly boon being unequalled as an of the womb inflammation paiu and ten- Â¬ SSSend ten cents In stamps for Dr appetizing cordial and restorative tonic It derness in ovaries accompanied with In- Â¬ Pierces large illustrated Treatise ISO pages on Diseases of Women promotes digestion and assimilation of food ternal heat Fsr yp3Tvrs x yv Address WORLDS DISPENSAHY SIEDICA ASSOCIATION No rG3 3lain - THE OUTGROWTH OF A VAST EXPERIENCE tij tnu 1 1 Â¬ microscope revealed to us the all important nature of the organs it is designed to reach equal man Price twenty five cents a bottle and benefit What cows j 43 C - - Ua-i- - 5wS 3 A dreamery should not be started in a farming neighborhood till the farm ers are ready for it Generally it will take them at least two 3 ears to make preparations to supply it with mate- Â¬ to society It is surely destructive to rial The- - will require some time to any good road and it would be better raise or collect a herd of good milkers economv for the town to throw the and to learn how to take proper care xnoney directly into the ditch and let it of them They will need instructions in the operations of cooling straining lie there Another serious and very common and handling of milk They will want mistake is the neglect to remove the time for collecting money to build and small loose rolling stones which in a supply a building for the manufacture dry time are sure to work up to the of butter The building need not be a surface of many badly constructed ver3 expensive one though if farmers roads-- This is so easy and simple a follow the advice of sharpers who matter and can be so rapidly done make a business of organizing cream- Â¬ with a garden rake and by cheap and ery companies putting up buildings unskilled labor that any town is quite and supplying them with apparatus it unpardonable for neglecting it Even will be likely to be so Econonry must a very sure footed horse is liable to be exercised in the erection and orman the stumble over these rolling stones and agement of a butter factory will be small they make a road positively dangerÂ¬ profits derived from it ous A town is greatly to blame for j It will require good executive manage failing to remove them promptly and ment like any other manufacturing its ultimate success establishment often a Another great mistake is in making will largely depend on it-acquiring es- Â¬ - Onee the road bed far too crowning that is reputation and keeping proper man- Â¬ tablished and put under in the form of a convex circle with the agement it will most likely prove to be center raised a foot and sometimes eighteen inches or more and the cur- a paying institution and result in great where it is vature at the sides so abrupt as to make benefit to the neighborhood Chicago Times on it dangerous to turn outgive meeting a located the driver carriage or at least to An Early Start Even the a feeling of insecurity countv commissioners of one of our in these three words may be found who It would seem the secret of much successful work in large counties made the for the ouht to know better only twenty peci the line of housekeeping Alasday and feet houses that are hurried all a road jfications for wide requiring that the road should every day The frictiouin such homes crown in the center no less than is yen wearing The inmates rise eighteen inches or one and a half in late the breakfast is behindhand hur ten and they could not be reasoned riedlj prepared and hurriedly eaten mt of it-- See the result The con and things are at sixes and sevens the vcsdtvls so great that the middle of the whole day And so it goes on through road is the only place where a carriage the week Mondays washing is begunÂ¬ stands upright The travel all clings late and laps over into Tuesday Tues to the middle of the road wearing one days duties make inroads uponÂ¬ yjjkb for the horse and two ruts for the Wednesday and so of the various spevery 4 heels and making the roadformedun Â¬ cial dutiesof each day-- In many cases so a difference of half an hour or even to be even A road ought of it less would make all the difference It s to induce travel overall parts yo road should ever be allowed so is false economy to spend an extra ronshas to require a transverse incli I fifteen minutes in bed when one has to xatiba greater than one ip twenty pay for it by hurrying all day to make which for a road bed twentj feet wide up for the lost quarter or an nour wofci avc a center six inches higher 27 J Observer Asides The best road maker gardener advises trap Â¬ one In thirty or Ealana adopted iroad thirty teet pingAn Englishbones upon which some i ants with x ches curve for fixed on one mthir meat has been left and dipping occa a ssdHacAdam water For u slugs and aaS soeioies iade it one in Bionally in hot uses pieces of potato he or three inches crown in a thir- wineworms -- Fosterlty vs Ancestry It is no longer questioned it is admitted that the blood of man is improving The disease characterized by fever inflam- - children of to day are better formed have muscle and richer minds than our mntion of the larger ioints and a tend hotter ancestors The cause of this fact is due 0 j ency to attack the heart and its mem more to tho goneral use of Dr Harter branes Two hundred and thirteen Iron Tonic than any other source persons died from this cause in Massa- Â¬ Lives on tick the man who eight oclock chusetts during the year 1885 or about -- Homerville Journal one to every one hundred and seventy nine deaths from all causes But a The scalp is cleansed and excited to a healthy action by Halls Hair Renewer large majority of all cases end in re In Consumption the disposition to cough cove ry is diminished by taking Ayers Cherry Rheumatism is produced by the ac- Â¬ Pectoral cumulation of a poisonous material in Manx men object to sitting in juries the blood deposited near the joints and no wonder as jurymen always get HIGHEST AWARDS OF MEDALS The disease prevails most largely into a box I3f AHBICA ASD ElTKOP climates especially in temperate Th neatest Hales Honey of Horehound and Tar cures edy Known for quickest safest and most powerful rem is Coughs and bronchitis and consumption the in which air those Rheumatism Pleurisy KeuralpiaLum Backache Weakness colds in the chest and all Toothache Drops Cure in one minute basro and pains Endorsed by 6000 Physicians and Drugr charged with moisture and which Pikes aches Painful Constitutional Disease Acute rheumatism is a constitutional -- ACUTE RHEUMATISM Two Measnres for the Prevention of This Marry him Is tho best way to manage a asks a feminine correspondent Omaha World For Weak Women Lydia E Pinkham Lynn Mass About the first of September 1SS1 my wife was taken with uterine hemorrhage The best styptics the physician could prescribe did not check it and she got more and more enfeebled She vras troubled with Prolapsus Uteri Leucorrhcea numbness of the limbs sickness of tho stomach and loss of appetite I purchased a trial bottle of your Vegetable Compound She said she could ditcover a salutary effect from the first dose Now she is comparatively free from c the Prolapsus Stomachs sickness Tho hemorrhage is very much better and is less at the regular periods Her appetite is restored and her general health and strength are much improved We feel that we have been wonderfully benefited and our hearts are drawn out in gratitude for the same and in sympathy for other sufferers for whose sakes we allow our names to be C TV EATON Thurston IT Y used The Compound is put up in Pill Lozenge and Liquid form All sold by druggists The Pills and Lozenges sent by mail on re ceipt of price Mrs CANTATAS FOR FLOWER TIME Teachen of Jnrenllo Sinfrfne Classes do not need to be told of tho ir tense interest And enthusiasm which attends tho rinsinc out of a new CANTATA The following are new bright pretty and easily EtTen uommenca in lima to prepare menu VOICES OF NATURE Operetta N B SABQKfT FOREST JUBILEE BAND 2T B SABG55T NEW FLORAS FESTIVAL Arranged by J C Johnson bitADBtraT VERMFU8LgfSFAACEA THE 35ECHERFUL Coixix Coz Price of each book 40 cts or 3X0 per dor The first two books are by a nature and music-loT-who fills them with Tory sweet songs of birds flowers Insects etc FloVs FestlTal doubled in size and with minute directions will surely be a success as wUl in another way the ilxiutr Coit- er MERRY COMPANY or CADETS PICNIC jrUMlliEa I I Mfc cOREST0RER ENGLISH f QHDCX HAIR t PAXT Our new edition of VOICES OF PKAISE 40 cts or 20 per dor by Iter C L- - Hutchin is corÂ¬ dially commended to all who wish a Sunday Hchool Sonic Xiook of the highest character School Academies and Seminaries are al ways safe in adopting the carefully compiled THE GREAT School nnr Books of Ditson Co We recomÂ¬ mend for the hlcherfchools SONG GREETING 09 GO ctsl and KOYAi- - SIXOEH 5ft ctslcts for grammar schools and for OSCi BELLS primary schools GEMS FOU JLITTlUi SlXG KTCH 30c untmeh TfgJiy Oil H F 5 CUREFOf ETC C n ASY BOOK HAILKD POIt RETAIL PKICX CO BOSTON OLIVER DITSON A Co S67 Broadway New York DrrsoN FOfaSifefa SEAJ5UKY 6c THE APRIL NUMBER or fLof ten bleed and u cerate J vworse dt to contlnno tumors form wnicns I t allo xeu becomlncTery ton ML Hrl rvN cases removes 1 7 Jobturemteii3iteh vSMfm TZyinp BUnpinsr most as S s311 X tcratching very dtstresataNTI 1 lili ri n fc rv4Baca th TI1 ill Ji Lart De La Mode HLls StopjltchinsbJccdlnjheaJPlBj IthnY tiCJ4tionardi2tiaany aLltI OUT BIRCH 15 WILL COSTAEJ TI1E SEW Â¬ LYBKC SS rTflft raEOlBESTMEDICWESIMiIfL50LDByaWQ8Bia U I J37rsiityrtmmiSrZi tJMryZr iSlSLitfl Mil are characterized by sudden changes Liability to the dis- Â¬ of temperature ease is increased by those occup tiona which involve exposure to sudden changes of temperature by living in damp houses and especially by sleeping in damp rooms or in damp sheets First attacks are rare after fifty years years of age and most common from fifteen to thirty Each attack increases the liability to subsequent ones and the danger to life also increases with More males than females each attack are affected probably because of their great exposure Disease of the heart is the almost invariable result of re- Â¬ peated attacks and is the most com- Â¬ mon cause of death The measures of prevention are of two classes The first consists in keep- Â¬ ing the organs of assimilation and ex- Â¬ cretion active the blood in good condi- Â¬ tion and the system in general in the highest state of health possible The second consists in avoiding sudden changes of temperature especially ex- Â¬ posure to cold and wet when heated sleeping in damp rooms and other con- Â¬ ditions alread- - named as predispos ing causes Congrcqationalist Â¬ The lobster lays twelvo thousand eggs a year Go to the lobster thou hen 1 pist3 of the hichest repute Bensons Plasters prompt- Â¬ ly relieve and cure where other plasters ana greasy aires liniments and lotions are absolutely useless Beware of imitations under similar soundinjr names Capsicine as they Capucin nuch as Capsicum are utterly worthless and intended to deceiye Ait jok BKXSOS S AKD TJkKK NO OTHERS Spring Styles mHRsmmT A Coughs Bkowns Bronchial Troches are used to advantage to alleviate Coughs Sore Throat JOllSSON Proprietors All drUffCiitS- - 5 COLORED PUTES ALL TUX LATEST PAS13 AXD 5KW TOOK FAS11105S Stvr York and Bronchial Affections fflimmW A nECErviKO teller the newspaper in terviewcr Boston Transcript Dr Wm Halls Balsam for the Huns cares couchs colds pneumonia asthma whooplnff cough and all diseases of the Throat Chest and Lunci leading to Consumption Price 25c 50c aad JLOO Illuminated books furnished free Co New Tork JOUK F IISNTtT WSm Irrwfti iiM ill TIE OXLT T2B W J M0ESE Publisher t3TOrder it of your News- Â¬ dealer or send H cents for latest number to a East 19fc SU New York Ir a cough disturbs your sleep take Plsos Cure for Consumption and rest welL Ox the toboggan it is gravity that pro duces the levity Springfield Union 293 COLUMBUS SPREADERS Ccci rQtKISmfrSKa warranted intVfxMK MAOKLNE OOrTcOLIJXBCa OH29 The mirror has ample time for refleo tion JY O Picayune m You have no backbone about you as the angler remarked to the lishworra St Louis Whip COCKLES ANTI BILIOUS THE GREAT ENGLISH MANURE FARM WAGQNSsiithSrrf7ii- cheapest Spreader out and tne only Kind mat can be attached to old wagons AH are IRON TONIC ad tfiIIXIXaaJ Will purify tie BLOOD vsflW aaj tODNCY th LIVER KssxoBS tTTM PILLS HEBLEDY TWENTY When a man is referred to as having lost his heart it is perfectly right to call him a heartless fellow Everv man hews his way with his own acts and adze luster to his character Whitehall Times For Lirer Bile Indiarestion etc Free from Mercury contains only lure eiretabIo Ingredients Agent CUAS N CRlTTirXTtOT XEW YOKE WESTERLY JRHITE 6 Office 10 West 23rd Street New York City said 1 must draw the line somewhere Tompkins as he hauled up a mu I turtle and dragged it to a log to cut its head off a Sent Free DOhahk asthma lOPlIAMS ASTHMA SPECIFIC ndcreatIetottje T rOPHAH EUb5Uhe PHILADELPHIA firea prompt aad potUWe relief in erery eie aad CUKES ill CURABLE Cues pievtnl Contractors for all kinds of BuIIdin and Monu- Â¬ mental work in Genuine Westerly and other high irade Granites Direct importers of Polished ColÂ¬ umns Pilasters and Monuments in the Celebrated Sestrkltctl Granite Estimates promptly furnished TKABSsndsolJbr alLDrarasU TKIAL 5SPACKACE ad Pamphlet FREE y jnKaU Send for Frea Pctie aal TT If PRR1ESAHP WORKS SKB-i- - alatalx eared Bensi cles aad bmtbs weatf b force all7a ta hmb end sospli3 JMUmBi SaUorfiut irom eespi rvtcnllmr ta taotr iwk wilf I A SAXX2SLT I3K3K a kaW lax vmrbair TOITIO a safe aad sped7 curs Glree a thycotaslosioB Freqnent attesar- a 4uHe Ins ooly add to the popularity of t ariaa 129 net experiment jut ihOEiamIA3n MBS JtX Dr MASTERS LIVE M Cura ConstlpAtloaXlTer ComoUlat aai X Headache Sample Esse osd Dtmsb goofcg 1 mailad ca receipt of two ceats la portsgs J THE DRHARTEB MEDICINE COMPANY ScLauK Ma ifICrC - cir i f f 4 CO PA CTaw lKMHtf aW aSirl CUBES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS JONES PAYSthfpREICHT Srtry so Sctle Dr JosnPH A Sewalls Tieatise ov A Tennessee astronomer has discovered a comet without a head but thereby hangs HOG CHOLERA Its PREVENTION a taiL Xorristoica Herald C S Best Cough Syrnp Tastes good Use in time bold by druocista 5 Levers IVujea Hi SnJM Ira Tea Strc BwrtScales TarsBtaaod Brsa Kjt tor The devastation of the rain fields o Al meda County Cal by wild ducks and geese at night set the farmers wits at work to keep them away The best device so far is to burn candles here and there over the fields They are protected from the wind by sacks and have thus far proved efficacious - Pkize fighters are among the most inno- Â¬ cent people in the community They are always being roped in Boston Post P E y Q I A II C ilwIUIlv Jokes Co Bloominston I1L and CURE Ill thank you turkeys clothing Officers pay bonnty pro cured deserter relieved 21 years practice buccess or no lee Write Jor circulars and new laws A W McCor MICK Sox Cincinnati O Washington D C for some more of tho said EdwarJ as he furnished Write Valbstixe pood pay situations Bros Jiaesvllle Wis passed his plate for more dressing on Va 6WMnrni J Colony TsJY TfilklMIUd flZBLLKMIVPBP9Fv Nil I 2 S80 t or ftre r tbft JS3ES SF SISWiAMTfw ta sa ama9A au W vn Publication wkk Xim mid rarz3r7a ha r rr Mt jm - or carro WtRSBaBRsandWavesientC- - OD Prof Sir William Turner of the San Francisco Examiner WbolesAleandretallprtce Ustrrt HAIR a vsireaiocvoii University of Edinburgh has figured Cucumbers serve a double purpose Health FARMS for Sale S Wlnd booming society out that a whale eighty feet long Wno wants a chest protector most A OPIUM HABI1 Cured Address Opium IOO markets City and CountyWashingtonBulle Â¬ ClcclnUQ tin for stamp ALEX JTM11K ind ftaoltarlMt 25th Ward weighing seventy four tons and pos- miser Boston Gourier a tail eighteen to twenty feet in sessing The car stove should be fired Pittsburgh extreme width developes a propelling Chronicle force of 145 horse power in acquiring a There are no two weighs about an honfpced of twelve miles per hour est ton of coaL Dear dear how fashions do alter to A new railroad tracklayer has a cost of be sure remarked old Mrs Peachblos-premised to lay a track at som I see that steerage rates are cut 150 a mile less than the present method lower of this country use over thirteen mittion cakes of entails Have you lost your earsl asked an Procter Gambles Lenox Soap In 1886 Los Angeles County Cal is larger irate pareut the other day uWby havo than Rhode Island and Delaware coni you found any innocently queried th Buy a cake of Lenox and you will soon understand wh vuiiau-iivuit--j The cow boy poet recently discovered in Wyoming is to be railed the poet lariat James KiTer in Claremont Illustrated Circular Free F JrLXCIIA Claremont Va COY rabbit and coon dogs Collie and Setter pups rUA rrize atock cheap F MORIS Xoitwat V want by ad yon will find just OEMS instalment Dealerswhatyon Co Erie Pa Supply dresins CataUfae with 1000 Bdar4 rbetn aad um Spcdani Si OnaUrl r Lll I AjII Ufl PHOTO-- -- franc any--whe- re BER LANDS XW BPJEX itAILED FKKE AidreS CESCAJS- - 3B- Xasd Caa Jjmda m lfc aad Low I riee XaSrood TH 1ET PaelSe Ciirtrjv TJg AGRICULTURAL CRAZMQ a illXeSTHBAK9TA rect 1 m na ipvh yashi aSTA t 1 Vrte GmremmKt T8 8TXE IiA3CBOK3r P E it STPACX HIML GR1HB Â¬ Â¬ Why did the Women OUAWAM Flmi-- aaT Osra isnthel 3ELAJP3J3MrfTtT 7 F Wilsons men wade lfciceftto try Also FOVTKJC MIXXJ ana FAJUK FEEB MJIa S Circular aad Tetteatartf es application WTLOX K3E8 UK 22 eat iatn JtaBg -- vJ h j S RUPTURE Jaad ecus aor circular A BA 5 TO UEsaotan4crt S of instructions SB FitEE sm BtoMtcmf Xmw ltyHwnm boat send A HtaffigXSSAraXT JC2BB when-- nrxrnSfr y xmywatwati 1 J biacL Urchin 2iu Haven iYincs c j vjnai mt Ki m- FiCs- - - i - i -r- ift iSf - V - IE 55 v f ft W- - - ir - n fVW - csS gr 1 flC -- s D w w Ivl AT FROZEN CREEK HAS BROKE - ft 3k 3 iiTi AEBNOW EECEIVINGh AND OPENING A FBESH STOCK OE SPRING STYLES AND STAPLE GOODS CONSISTING IN FABT OF DAY BiRiOS VL Vli - - r5t T - B SatsadCapS sOTXOSS and Stoes Boots erT c which t ArtidBS xrQfl Patent Medicines Hardware Ctueensware Chinaware Tinware Gorceries tiie times Country Produce Live Stock and Timber taken in exchange for goods Day Bros Editok Mouth Frozen Creek Breathitt County Kentucky Smith P Kerr JniHHMHHBRnMHftwi4 they are selling at prices to suit If you want bargains be sure to call Hazel Gbeen Hebald a Tear Always In Afrance L- THE NEWS KENTUCKY KNOWLEDGE rRIMABDifihISM WHOLESALE - iV- - KPMfCES COOPER 6-- V Manufacturer of Mrs Pat Hunt is on trial in Pats -Best Grades of Full ch irged with the murder of Hick Thomua HAZEL GREEN KY The Govenor of Colorado hits issued a WEDNESDAY APRIL 27 1887 sweeping quarantine againat Kentucky cat-Â¬ r k 44 tle Its poor candidate who cant make a OUR AGENTS combine with some other fellow now- AND DEALEK IK Tie following persons have consented The fieht for second place on the Dem to act as stgent for The HeeAld and J ocratic ticket has about narrowed jnuxonrra au suoscn pnons irora xne Judge Huxelrigg and Senator Bryandown to respective places WINCHESTER KY Eli Farmer ha3 been nominated for the WOiTE A P Byrd Campton Leislature hy the Republicans and J J H Vest Gillinore Stephenson by the prohibitionists at Som CoGjlx ViTm LTldns Caney Guarantee Satisfac- Â¬ merset tion in Grade and Prices T F Carr Ezel Joseph Williams a wealthy farmer of all Combs Cornwell Vexzfee Thos A Owen county who died recently bequeath- Â¬ Catron Pomroyton W 0 ed 30000 to the Baptist Orphans home of L MYauarsdcl 1 Prcnchburg Louisville A HAZEL UKkkis KY arc Sole Agents for Eastern Kentucky l X IV T JJA V for KERRS ROLLER MILL FLOUR and carry a large sup- 1 WCATHnT C3LDavProzen Creek In the Democratic State Convention at r aa r n L Hagfns Haginsviile Louisville on the 4th of next month it will ply oi the loiiowmg oranus iekfection wneat extract llf white ieakl latent Jtoiier rermirc three hundred and eighty four votes ilAGKOUA liollcr hancy biLVEU JAKE Roller family UIoue Stiperimc upon which Jere Combs Ned P 0 aG Gm they will quote prices and deliver at Hazel Green or Itothwcll Station to nominate X TL Sally Lost Creek - S jents ranted at all postoffiees in WThe Democratic convention in this State and Texas aud the Republican con- Â¬ ie ao8tftins Write us for terms vention in Ohio will all be held on the 4th COOPER BACK Publishers of next month i The friends of General DEMOCRATIC TICKET been claiming Clark county Buckner have but a wcllpost cd citizen of Winchester says Senator Har-Â¬ ris has a walkover TOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR There is a bolt among the Democrats in the Nicholasville Dibtnct against the Leg Â¬ 01 W 1 A islative nominee WT Jones An Independ Â¬ Throw Said a great man but why afflict the dog if he dont need it Yet many persons read an almanac where various dis Â¬ eases are described and symptoms given that will almost convince a WELL man that he is AWEULLY out of whack and they are ready to buy Something to Take regardless of real KEED A diseased liver is theseat of rJiTaxs of the diseases of the flesh That tired nervous restr less feeling that goes to bed with you and geTs up as prompt Â¬ ly as the rooster crowing and sticks closer than a brother tells you that you 2TEED something to overcome it A nasty aloe coated pill makes you gag to TliIXK of it You cant bear the THOUGHT of it Arow listen Wo havent any great discovery by Indians but we have a SMALL sugar coated Pellet that the most delicate may take a combination of YEG ETABLE remedies the work of one of the best educated Physicians in this country a formulae that we will give anv Physician desiring it If you XEED a LIVER Pill try these Q CALVERT CO i n tltaf 2 Grain Feed c No 29 Vine Street CINCINNATI 6 H a61y at times J J JrP - Dean Kiie -- - Pollard Importers and WholesaleBDealers in J T Queensware Glassware Lamps Aralnut Streets HASEL GREEN KENTUCKY JOM Hon XI OF WEST LIBERTY Bffl 34th District ent will be nomiunted The Governor has pardoned Will Muir of Lexington The last term of the Favette Wholesale and Largest Stock Decorated Dinner Tea and Chamber Ware Xortliwest corner Pearl and c p jm Sold by all Merchants a3 CINCINNATI O Proprietors hi U B BUY THE BEST Fer State Senator R M PIERATT Of Ezcl Morgan County - J C Back of Breathitt county Ky has boucht a half interest in The Hekatj and will at once unite with the present editor in active and aggressive work to increase the circulation and eff- Â¬ iciency of this paper The enhancement of the educational and moral interests together with the development of the material resources of Eastern Kentucky Fill continue to be the aim of The Hee LLD aad we Tespectfully solicit the co nperation and patronage of every one iateresd in such a consummation -- J The action of the convention at Camp-ttm last Saturday was entirely in accord with the eternal fitness of things Wolfe ceHBtyhaa demonstrated that she will stand by Eastern Kentucky men in de- Â¬ ckling for J T Hazeuiigg for Lieuten aat Governor and H K Taylor for Saporintendent of Public instruction we believe both will be nominated for tke positions they seek Hitherto The HeaLD has not been an over zealous ivocate for Mr Tayloiis nomination ut bow that he has been endorsed by oar citizens in public convention he afeall bave our support He is a good sua for the position and will doubtless Jjwpire new life and energy into the com jsaon school system if elected He hails from Eastern Kentucky and should have the Tote of all our people ad Circuit Court sentenced Muir to the peni- Â¬ tentiary for two years for forgery aG Gm Theopeningskirmishinthe Democrat- Â¬ ic Gubernatorial coinpaign came off Satur- Â¬ day and resulted in decided victory for Senator Harris Haysville Bulletin Richard Raisor of Henry county Ken- Â¬ tucky was found with his body badly man Â¬ WHOLESALE DEALERS IN gled While cutting saw logs oue of them rolled over him killing him instantly The productian of whisky in this State for the month of March amounted to 3152 959 gallons If that rate is maintained a aGtf few months the cry of over production will he loud BBBrother Bosley of the Winchester Sun nKX 3 SB AKD- bTm thinks Genernal Buckner made a mistake im mm when he bought the Clark county Democrat and turned its fresh young editor loose without a muzzle on DEALER IX Judge John T Hazel rigg of West Liberty Morgan county Democratic candi- Â¬ THIED EACE UNION STSSETS date for Lieutenant Governor was here a short time Monday He has been in the southwestern part of the State and reports a61y his chances good in that region Mavsville HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY Bulletin Judge Richards expresses confidence KEEPS CONSTANTLY OX HAND A FULL ASSOKTEFXT OF of winning the nomination for Attorney Gen- Â¬ eral General Hardin is just as confident Thats the way the matter stands at present Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing and the situation is decidedly interesting to Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in the supporters of both aspirants Mavsville Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Bulletin Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ Hardware Table and The opinion 1is steadily gaming that 11 wevcmuuJ wm oe renominated mere is ies Stoves and Farming Implements but little doubt that he is the choice of the AND In fact everything nsually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOM PRICES people The perewterat warefare againut him by the Cincinnati Enquirer and the Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due me all kinds ol New ork Sun is tho strongest indication Country Produce aud Live Stock of every description that he is in the lead No 611 Main Street 10 Summer St B DunlapjjW G Barrett L 1387 Lowest Prices CINCINNATI Heavy invoices arriving daily and stacks LOUIS STIX upon stacks of goods to meet every department of trade Live Stock Country Produce and School Claims received in trade on notes accounts or merchandise J T E DAY - a C05 0R6ANS Are first class in Material Torkmansnip and Methods of Construction They are unrivaled in power and beauty of tone and in genuine excellence far surpass aH organs of other niakes ever offered in our country SM g GENERAL MERCHANDISE iiOTlOWS Cincinnati OVER 67000 SOLD flnl Pocket Boots hoes GENERAL GOSSIP J DunlapJ 1887 As will be seen by reference to our local columns John T Hazelmgg received the instructions of this county for the Letenant Governorship This is as it ghould be and we can now say to our sany readers that 3Ir Hazelejgg Manas the best show of any man named lor the position he seeks If nominated ke is certain to be elected and elected fce will make the best Lieutenant Gov Â¬ ernor Kentucky ever had He has a love for Eastern Kentucky that is unbounded and will use every effort to the develop 3Bcntof our resources and the upbuilding pf tr section All in all Kentucky never cradled a citizen more deserving of the position he seeks than John T Hazei JtiGG and if every mountain coun- Â¬ ty will do its duty he will be the next crop It is said that Bonanza John Mackey has cornered the entire California wheat Three miners in a coke pit at Connells DUEAP BR0S1C0 WHOLESALE PHOENIX WOOLEN MILLS Louisville Ky Boston Mass P A LOUD BRO ville Pa were killed by gas fire cutting off escape Northern cities are flooded with forged Manufacturers of Virginia bonds known as Riddleberger SaMUSTT Woolen Manufacturers Blackburn JrRepresented by J Ha v5 13 aGlv threes for a second term Cleveland The New York Sun 13 not for Cleveland The Sun never was for Saddlery Harness AND DEALERS IN c Manufacture AlMVnoI Filling JEANS TWEEDS BLANKETS FLANNELS KNITTING YARNS of all colors CLArKE NVITU 1 Gotten and Woolen Hosiery in fancy colors ST Ship Wool by Express or Freight and write fully what you want it made into AVool worked on the shares and carded into rolls Ar home spinning Manufacturers JEANS PANTALOONS Wholesale at our ofliee 170 and 178 East Main Ltreet BRO L A LOUD Lexington Ky al31mo the Wesleyan Methodists and converted natives The reports from the uismct 01 Teias indicate the part of both man and The king of Tonga Island is butchering both missionaries drousrht sticken ereat sufierint on SADDLERY HARDWARE 728 and 730 -- W Main St LOUISVILLE KY sClily tjlOIOlu btthjull V5 jjrgV a s aged set cnteen of Frederick Md fought a duel with knives Lena wus killed beast Eddie Edwards and Lena Fry each Represented bv BOB NUNNKLLY M Lieutenant Governor Witk the acquisition of Mr Back of Bwnthitt county The Herald will add largely to its subscription list He is a J yenng man of good education and morals ad having a large following of relatives and friends in the mountains who will pivebim their fuppoat we shall expect Mt a afcort while to double our subscrip- Â¬ tion list In doing so we will also double capacity to accommodate additional iXHTespcndence c In a Louis Maj John E Blaine paymaster in the werd The Herald bids fair to attain a larger circulation than ever enjoyed by United States army and brother to James home news nr John Fernandez was accidentally killed by Henry Bernard at New Orleans while fencing the foil euteriug his eye and peue tratiug the brain West Virginia Prohibitionists sav thev have engaged Dr Leonard of Ohio and fccnaiors Mnxey and Reagan of Texas to stump the state for them this summer On the 19th inst a coal fleet left Pitts- Â¬ burg with 9749000 bushels of coal for Cin- Â¬ cinnati 9057000 bushels for Louisville and the South and with sixteen barges contain- Â¬ ing 9000 tons of steel bars for Cairo and St Blaine is lying at the point of deatli at the United States Army and Navv hospital at Hot Springs Ark His condftion is so precarious that there is no hope of his re- Â¬ G Abe Bloch Co i v - T7jL kZZ2rjKr rS r m 3a T 5- Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Mens Youths Boys and Childrens All persons wanting blacksmithing of any or all kinds wagons made or repaired bug gies spring wagons plows stocked cutting colters turning plows repaired plows made and laid hoes mattocks and horses shod in the best stvle call on TYLER It DAVIS Hazel Green Ky NOTICE - r 637 West Main Street aGly la Â¬ LOUISVILLE BRINKLEY DKALEUS IX S V McWillianis NEW GRTJBBS xCo Stable 122 Tine Street a20lv Livery Saie and Feed Stoves in the State any paper ever published in Eastern Kentucky and if wo actpuire what we anticipate we shall make The Herald not only the best paper in Eastern Ken tacky out the best or as good as any Cincinnati O DEPOSIT BANK JIT STERLING KY Drovers and Traders Headquarters f SHEET IRON And Manufacturers of covery Tinners Stock Mantels Etc D S M WholesaleJOHNSTON i and Retail 56 West Hardman Pianos Chickering Pianos Mathus- hek Pianos Emerson Piano- Star Pianos Arion Pianos and the matchless Johnston Organs Write for Catalogues and Prices - CO Dealers O Jim Buchanans Story TRADERS H - M- if 3 On the 1st of this month old man MT STERLING KY will bring with him a back Â¬ James Ross a very respectable citizen of ing from Breathitt and other mountain Wolfe county was killed by James Buchan Â¬ c under the influence of liquor connties that trill enable The Herald an who was was regarded as a willful and the act e sake other Eastern Kentucky papers j unprovoked murder Buchanan gives and J M BIGSTAFF President the following statement of the affair tue a oaoK seat on circulation Am 26 years old drink sometimes This is my first W W THOMSON Cashier ASMggestion to the Traveling Pub grave offense The morning of the killingÂ¬ started out with my brothers pistol to purDIRECTORS lie chase some cartridges for him concluded to Toarists emigrants and mariners find trade it for a rifle but failine in this was on Andrew Fesler titftt Hostetters Stomach Bitters is a med- - myroad home and stopped atMr Ross house James Choiin KUMU sfcfaruard acainst unhealthful in- - Pistol was not concealed and Ross asked to J T Highland taaacefi unon which thev can imnlieitlv t see it As I handed it to him mv fineer was Dr R R Drake MirsMce it prevents the effects of vit ion theiriSerYhic1 wf self acting and it mr341y killed Mr imtov atmosphere unaccustomed or un- - went off and was purely Ross Made no effort to escape It H- - GILLIS accidental We me diet bad water or other con the best friends Regret it very much were and WITH unfavorable to health On long trast the people of Wolfe county will for-Â¬ or KHirneY3ln latitudes adiacent give me for causing so much trouble aud ex Â¬ to the equator it is especially useful as a pense Whiskey did it Mt Sterling Ga- Â¬ pfeveative of the febrile complaints and zette jfaordors of the etqmach liver and low WHOLESALE Deputy Marshal V T Day came in fa which are apt to attack natives of from - 1 2one sojourning or travel last Fridav with five prisoners aT T Wolfe j counrv cnargea wim viuiauug tne internal jegjoaB and it is an excellent y C Tua M trsSA rTr n WNtectiOfi acaisst the influence of ex J att i i r j t MMOMd daen cianges of tempera- - Fulka charged with retailing whiskv were No 613 West Main Street nKJUuretiousp or extreme xugue discnargecu wm iiarser cnargea wiin - illicit distilling was held in the sum of 500 0r nly prevoats intermittent and re01 u- - s 0UP ti fever ad other diseases of aaPPearat 7 LOUISVILLE KY XTpc oat craoictcs tnem a i uovingion jicuuiiu wmus liucii iueuuor olhefxwho wiih to eamSn years ia and retailing was also held to answer ADVERTISERS this piper or obtain estimates Ms Men notorious is reHiSKSOie laci inai me mucr ir ueeu mybcikml SHth Aaedca Mex-- it arrested sixteen times for violating the Inter- - en advertising space when In Chicago wl J find it on file tt w oth- - I nal Re v laws and has escaped conviction 45 to 49 Rtndotph St iaue Australia and AQR fTEJMIlC yxAdcrtuirgAstncyd bUllv U I nUHUvi every tunc Mt Sterling Gazette 3tr Back The attestion of horse and mule dealers Plain Stamped and Japanned Tinware invited to our facilities for the handling of stock and we invite all traders 662 West Main Street of Wolfe and adjoining counties to call on and 201 to 209 7th St us when in the city is especially Fourtli Street CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE KY a6 6m TRIMBLE BROTHERS J T 6EVED0N THE JEWELER IS THE PLACE TO BUY BEST GOODS FOR LEAST MONEY -- i w McCord Aydelotte ti T HATTERS tia Ir I am how located near BONNY KY and am prepared to repair WATCHES JEWEL- Â¬ Itopairinjr n Specialty c RY SEWING MACHINES CLOCKS Charges reasonable and work warranted Charges reasonable aud work warranted I T F CARR Respectfully handle the Best Rolled Plate Jewelry such as Bracelets Lace Pins Scarf Pins tc If you want a solid gold ring I can save you nioney In fact if you Avant a silver or gold watch or clock or anything in my line you surely will save nioney by purchasing of me I shall keep on hand fine Bibles Photo- Â¬ graph Albums School Books fee I also But buy Kellys STEEL axe It is the most keep for sale Dr A T Smiths Liniments Soap Just perfect axe made Also buy STEEL horse and Beautifying and Healing skin to look try this soap if you want your shoes They will outwear iron And use STEEL nails They cost the same as iron pretty I also keepIthe best sewing machine will attend the Hazel oil and needles For sale in Hazel Green by Green Stock Sales and the West Liberty G B SWANGO Courts W T CASKEY jjSrAny one trading with me to amount of10 at one time will receive The Herald F McGTJIRE one year as a present Co J T GEVEDON Jeweler Bonny Ky Watches Clocks fit Jewelry GROCERS i MT STERLIN yti - EY 6 Chiles Thompson MT STERLING KY Agents for Faslcrn Kentucky 100 OLD PAPEES FOBperSALE office at 40 Gents at tQ Respectfully Invite tiie Mountaaitt Merchants to Examine their Stock and Prices before pnrcli -- li w c-- - 5 v ii it tSA- - afe44i