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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- F -- - te H - il - It t 5 V v ailp HT - - - - iT T 5- -- -- - WlHE 1 c fc lAtt Pftittsktft ul Prtprittftfs Hazel CORRESPONDENCE WOLFE COUNTY THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD WITH NEWS FROM ALL NATIONS Heralka H ry35t - rt3A3 131 L i 100 A YEAR Atap h roiiTJWE B - m Raifway - HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY MAY 18 1887 NUMBER 11 v y f rj3 j K T1M E TABLE KMtwfcyapi - Soft AUastic HinTTTnTnrfriT slewer iiaa ML heaJeraijD LOCAL NEWS J rJfci S Pr iLaJfcrf f- - Fj t 5 If RssBbKsF 9sBK Camiton May 13 There are several cases of measles in town 9A K4iiweJi arrives 0car Hall the brick mason and boss Tliere was no mail from ML Sterling ftarlia atlJK a M- joker of Hazel Green is in town helping to last Thursday lMTciMt Sterlisg at 140 3L ar- build S S Combs brick hotel rivetKeihwcUat330rx Granville Bailey our boss miller is very Died Of measles on the 13th inst s BstJureB at 545 P 3L arrives t4 low with measles B iBgrara aged about 28 years V at ML t T J Cornelison of Richmond Kv was at XL Sterling with 1105 a JU ihmuwc in town a few days since looking after the Jennie Bowman so brutally beaten by O railwaj trauis Xtmi U7 P XCiciaiatih C 4c Lonievillc two negroes at Louisville a few weeks ago title of some lands aal LeriMtin r J A Hubbs Toledo Ohio J J Tipton Jt macUa4 ML Sterling it 1105 A died in that city last week Irvine W J Fields Letcher county John Daniel Clark county Berry Wheeler and p Scum L0iTjlte asd CiacianatL Misses Mary and Esther Hurst of John S Hollingsworth Zanesville Ohio rHtatr eoart aavsxeciI Stillwater daughters of Samuel Hurst were and Charles Turner ML Sterling were DliiiwtK c tic 3m Meadav in each in town Saturday shopping guests of the Campton House this week i at 73 A X- - arriviae ai 3TL Stcrlinc 31 Hollingsworth and Mr Wheeler were Imvm Vf Kf ArltSff rJ A r LucVy Baldwin the California turf looking after the title of some land which pttfep-- X acrirHtfatthwell at L30 P X maa owas seven ranches aggregating 59 they were about purchasing The land be- Â¬ JUotwen fer MU Mteriiar at a P sc 000 acres situated in the San Gabriel alley longed to the old Reynolds patent They y sSs GQ J5 HAKf iiM bapL scar Los Angeles decided before leaving not to invest Mrs John B Williams of this place has been quite ill for a time but at the present W HAPEL Go to V N Day Hazel Green A F Attoksxy-at-L- av Byrd Campion or W W Phipps Grassy writing is much improved Several parties who were summoned as for Eclectic Herbs the greatest known rem- Â¬ jLarj Estate Aoest witnesses m the United States court ut Cov- Â¬ 103 edy for all ills No cure no pay ington have returned and report that nearly HAZEL GKEES KY all the boys from this section are being Wolfe irai Metie all tie Courts of A private letter to a gentleman of this acquittted Pew eft 3tea4fee aa4 Brcthttt coaBties informs us that Rev Joseph Vance of Messrs Rich Williams and Kilburn THes exaaiaed abstracts fsrauhed tax Â¬ Elace Tenir has been assigned to the Pres Â¬ Yirgiuia are the guests of Ki Williams of DC es a4 fer aea red estate bought byterian Churches of this section and will GT Center received a letter from the a upecialtj aa saU Cilcti preach here Thursday nighL parties to whom he contracted his mill some since stating not take it H EVANS Preacher Bill Guilders a Methodist time R El kins ot that they couldwas in town Holly Creek J minister well known in this section who this week on some business HASEL GEEEX XY- lives in Pulaski county was nominated for Rev Seneca X Sniium is Superintendent Public Instruction by the our town He hails from now a citizen of Vanceburg at Republicans last Wednesday which place he was connected with the Cour- Â¬ ier oflice as compositor and more recently Taylor Day left Sunday morning he has been commissioned as one of Gods rtfisyroffwH Klic1tk the patronage of the will attend promptly to all bu- - for JtL Sterling He goes for the purpose embassadors to proclaim the truths of the xhkhEc of stocking his farm in Montgomery with Gospel to the failcu nice of humanity If irrttcs hi ura cxrc cattle Ac and will buy iargly at tnc ML Camptou and its vicinity is not largely bene- Â¬ Sterling and Winchester courts He had fitted and greatlv improved by the accesiion A C BAKER hoped to purchase all the stock he needed we shall be sorely disappointed at the sale here last Wednesday hut the Prof James E Smalley who has been ab Â¬ farmers failed to have a supply on hand sent from our town for a considerable length He will also visit Cincinnati while gone of time returned a few days since We and lay in an additional lot of goods were all glad to have him with us again esJACKSON KY Un- Â¬ pecially the young ladies and me Notice For the purpose of supplying fortunately for the young man his health C XYKDS the lost papers and records of the Wolfe has failed him He teems to have heart Circuit Court I will begin my sittings at trouble However he has much faith in the Agent Hazel Green on Monday May 23d 1887 and efficacy of Swaugo Spiugs He paid them a County Attorney continue two weeks I will also begin at visit this it eek I fear that if his visits are and Notary Public will not on June 6th Traaces ia sllCearts ia Wolfe and Ad Campton from Monday day until all18S7 and morediscontinued his disease man become serious Beware young day to businevs continue joining Coaaties sad Court of Appeals Prof J M Lovciaco is in town He has that may come before me has been disBlrCeiooes Sprcial ty just returned from Breathitt county where C Hekndox posed of Caxptok Wolfk Coitsty Ky he has been teaching Commissioner Mrs S S Combs has been quite ill for a T SWANGO few davs John Ward of the Cox Mill neighbor- Â¬ G B Stamper has just returned from hood a few days ago sent us several small HAZEL GEEEN KY pieces of rock taken from the farm of George Vanceburg where he has been attending the Riverside Seminary for a considerable of Wtife Clark which are rich in mineral 110some length of time He has made rapid progress CNrt Of fit kind Under a magnifying glass of the in his studies His friends here are delight- Â¬ specimens examined appear very rich in both 4tea4 to all hawses entrusted to Iiim silver and gold or what seems so One piece ed with his course and hope for him a bright VH nrkh protfiptBcse aad dwpatch especially attracted onr attention ThrowÂ¬ future At an election held in the town on the ing the shador of the microscopic mirror first Saturday in this month for the purpose EO E WHITT anon it a bright yellow fringed with a deep Of Elliott County aTeUow blue met our gaze Are they ptr of electing officers for the town the follow- Â¬ ing were elected Stephen Tolson police VTTTII odolites judge Dr Jas H Stamper chairman A F -Gov Knott offers a reward of 200 for Bullock marshal A F Byrd C C Williams Isaac Strickland of Morgan countv charg- Â¬ J N Vaughn Isaac Elkins Win F Elkins 5W TP-- VarMit St JocnsvniE Kt and James P Hall trustees They were fftrticite ihe ptrB3fre of Eastern Kentucky ed with a heinous crime and he should be elected on the anti whisky ticket brought to justice The Governor has also tH- IKsak Keakfl Blanks Rev John H Vausant of Martinsburg offered a reward of 200 for the arrest of Millani r Guun charged with the murder was in town this week working in the inter- Â¬ IL TAULTJEE M D Co of Louisville of Lveurgus Kiucaid in Lee county also est of John PMorton 400 for the arrest of Tom Gullett and Baz He preached in town Wednesday night to a PHYSICIAX AND SUEGEOX Gullett charged with murder in Magofilu fair audience His sermon like himself county Here is a chance for some enter Â¬ seemed to be full of the spirit and was very HAZEL G11EEX KY prising man to rake in S00 ami be doing impressive Hiram noggof Boonevillc passed through S e crerW T Caskeys ilore Office the country great service at the same time town today S to 31 A X and 1 to 4 V M hurs The following are the registers at the David Hogg our countv clerk left here All calis atV iicd to day or uijrht Wednesday morning for San Francisco Cal Pieratt House He goes to minister to the wants of Robert E B Cardwell Jackson IIOUE IIazel Green Ky Rose son of Bowen Rose Sr of Stillwater V P Richardson Halls Store Newly Fitted and Hefurnished Robert Rose several years ago when bnt Harris Howard White Oak a mere boy grew tiredof his childhoods The hest the market xffordu Mill be found W A Laey White Oak home and parental cares and hoping for jves the table at all times and the public C A Turner ML Sterling something better than he had known re- Â¬ ymiroauc is respectfully Kolicited Guests James Daniel Kidville srill have ice and other luxuries to be had solved to seek it in the western wilds which Thomas Watt Lost Creek he did He notwithstanding the entreaties of a firt clajs country hotels In connection Isaac Fugate Lost Creek a kind father and mother steered his course is a fine stable for horse and tJied room fur James Hutson Lot Creek TehideK jh charge of good hostler Pastar to parts unknown and was not heard of for Thomas Combs Jackson age for horses However he was at C Clark wifeand daughter Mt Sterling a number of years J 11 es LOU DAY Proprietress last heard from and the latest news was that S H Edwards ML Sterling he was at or near San Francisco in the hosI W Mapel County HOMI HOUSE pital unable to care for himself He has Fiank Pieratt Blackater traveled over nearly all the western states D N Wilson Red River and territories and this his present condi CAMPTON KY A Convention of the Republican partv of tion whs the ultimate resulL His father S SCOMRSL Puoiiiietor the 34th Senatorial District of Kentucky is has sent for him to come home but it is ven hereby called to meet in the town of Hazel uncertain whether he will come This is The jirlronage of the traveling public is Green on Satniday June 18th 1S87 at 12 most generally the history of young men away from their homes and go wesL repectflly oJieited Table the best and oclock M for the purpose of nominating a who runyou have a good home kind parents Boys if every attention for the comfort of guests candidate for State Senator to be voted for and at the next August election The basis of you surrounded by all the luxuries of life had better endure slight wrongs than representation will be one vote for each 100 tlERATT HOUSE leave home The New rhaaiix votes and one for each fraction of a 100 over to Rev W L Stamper of Vanceburg who 0 votes catt for Blaine and Logan at the HVZEL GREEN KY November election 1854 The county chair- Â¬ has often and very appropriately too been men will call the county conventions at denominated the Bascom of the mountains H snch times and places as will best suit the has been in our midst several days holding He always in the various counties It is earnest a scries of meetingsby his ilights of had a I aa now running the little hotel around He oratoThe coraer on Broadway and respectfully y requested that all the counties send full crowded house ry elegance of diction and opcciousness of Â¬ iavite bv former patrons and traveling peo delegations to the District Convention reasoning held his audiences spellbound 11 C Heksuox Chairman ple gearallv io call und ead und fhlccb while he would divide the cloud and let a or my blaeel J IL PIERATT few rays of light from behind Hash in upon The following are the registers at the them Though he may not like it very Dav IIoumj SWANGO SrHESGS much yet we feel proud to call him our BOARDING HOUSES S E Smallcv Campton mountain preacher ne goes from here to HarrisaB SwaBgo Proprietor W C Kendall West Liberty Maytown where he will preach the funeral Evexy effort will be made to make every S W La ml ram Lost Creek of E B Mays wife on next Sunday He Win Landram Lost Creek thiag as pleasant for invalids and pleasure will return to his home at Vanceburg on Keekers as powble during the coining sea D M Murphy Morgan Avip Mouday W C Perkins Lacy Creek boh Bites of Boarding Ac very reasonaÂ¬ Wm Patrick Hager ble Call on or tddreH Red River May 11 The farmers of HARRIJON SWAXGO Thomas W Gibson Hazard this place are about all done planting corn D G B Demaree Campton Ussel Oreen Ky for particular Wheat looks well W M Combs Jackson Mrs Minerva Walter is very low with fever Miss Laura Demaree Campton E TUCK and consumption and is not expected to GEORGE Louisville Kv with R J Samuel Poplar Plains live Also Mrs Jack Risucr has scrofula W A Parsley Loudon and her death is expected Wm Havens Grassy Creek CREEN HUFFAKER CO The mill of Rose Wills of this place is Wholesale Dealers in J G Oldneld Mize in full blast again John S Hays is working in the shop Before the introduction of the newspaper The Post Master General has changed the 613 W3Iain St LOUISVILLE KY press in the mountain region of Kentucky it name of this office to Lee City to take efInvite yon to call and see him when you was as little known to the rest of the world fect July 1st as the unexplored regions of Africa Now W W Swango is buying sheep and pay visit thec5 we enjoy intimate social and business rela- Â¬ ing good prices tions with all the outside world and our coal William H Rose deputy sheriff Is collect- Â¬ TUGGLE iron and timber resources are attracting ing Lixes for G T Center WITH the attention and exciting the cupidity of Rev Loander Lacy preached a very inter- Â¬ capitalists on both sides of the Atlantic esting sermon at the church at this place Lands that used to be exchanged as bovs last Sunday to a larcc congregation He JOBBEES OF swap barlow knives have become valuable will preach at the Walter school houe next in view of prospective development and we Sunday feel that the day of our redemption from C W Parker of St Louis is collecting poverty is at hand All this is the work of money for the Wrought Iron Range Com Â¬ S5 aad S7 WEST PEARL STREET Roy the newspapers yet how poorly they are ap- Â¬ pany CINCrNNATI OHIO preciated and supported by those who have Lacy Creek May 12 The health of been thus benefitted Shame West Lib WORD erty Gem the people of this vicinity is very good WTTH Farmers are very busy plauting corn Madame Rumor savs we age to have a Again a welcome visitor has arrived and as usual with new ideas In fact one wedding in this neighborhood soon Little Etta James who has been visiting will always find something new in Demorests Monthly Li the May number is commenc- Â¬ her cousin little Ora Swango for the past de- Â¬ ed a Sanitarian It to week with her home HARNESS AND COLLARS teachnew department keep healthy andis as lighted returned trip Saturday much women now to Miss Mary Lacy who has been visiting Demorest always does things well this de Â¬ 77t 7m 711 W MAIN STREET partment will be found a great boon to moth- Â¬ her sister Mrs Euroia Fallen for some time LOUISYnLE KY returned home Saturday ers and daughters Aunt Betsy Johsou is visiting the family The serial Allan Qnartermain by the R TURNER author of She increase in interest and of her son A F Johnson in this vicinity Headquarters 3IL Sterling Ky the publisher is to be congratulated upon Miss Sarah Edwards was the guest of her securing such a great addition as H Rider sister Mrs A S- - James on Sunday lasL XETKESEKTIXG Mrs W T Swango has about recovered Haggard to the already fine list of contribu- Â¬ from a slight spell of the measles tors Miles Fallen paid this place a flying visit We find also that another great imprpve Wholesale Dealers in xnent has been made by which a purchaser on Sunday lasL Wc think that from the way James Hous- Â¬ subscriber is entitled to the selection of a ton Swango has been working this week he pattern from thepresentorpreviousnumbers 15 W Kaiii SL LOUISVILLE KY- of the Magizine In the Prohibition Depart- Â¬ does not mind the business much WiH be at ML Sterling every County ConrL ment Prohibition in Great Britain shows Browx Eye mWi to fmstinm what is being done on the other side in f etomt Hm ppmc fcUin tuntec that line BREATHITT COUNTY rwwBJfOicagBMfottetiWst Ladies if you want a progressive magazine see Demorejsts Published by W Jennings Jacksox May 12 Your brother 4 y49m4cto St BA Demorest 15 East Hth SL New York city J C Herald was in town Monday looking IkiwXt ftmlntg lit t5C irrives at at JC lfi 8tHr 50 r -- ylNaa0etkeataoaiG It tail lUaniu -- after the interest of The Heraijo family it being county court day He had the pleasure of seeing a great many people all of whom are his friends Tuesday ne left for Perry county Hon R M Pieratt of Morgan county was in town from Saturday uutil Monday evening looking after his Senatorial interest Raney is a fine eleetioneerer and by odds the best looking Pieratt I ever saw except honest John of hotel fame John GofF of Clark county is in town The steamers Bob Hill Capt Strong and Dave Russell came up Monday night with 60000 or 70000 pounds of goods for A H J Hargis which added to their large stock already on hand makes the thing enormous The Bob Hill carried 30000 ponnds I hope goods wil be cheap for the poor people George Patrick is stackiug lumber to build a house just below the Acadamy in the new addition recently laid off into town lots So the work of improvement still Below we give a list of the stock sold last Wednesday together with the name of the seller and the purchaser On the whole the sale was the best since they were inaug- Â¬ urated just two years ago by The Herald and had it not been an unusually busy time with farmers five hundred more cattle would have been sold No sale day has ever de- Â¬ veloped so many buyers from below as the last one and many of them had to return home without bivying for the reason that the stock was noton hand It will be seen that the total sales reach the sum of 2624 NEW GOODS rl -- LOWEEICES I r lf CK iKHtt IS OFFEEIXG- - sldti jg - J J X Jal a re4at JOHN Cxmkir of Wolfs -- fsr a4 Depositions county J Attorney at Law ftel Estt Â¬ 0 n Â¬ TTT duty ft if G Memry Knoefel Co tc DAY -- 88 00 yearlings GrBANB James Elkins to W A Lacv 1 horse 85 00 New-Spring Coaching Parasols in solid colors and Bagadere Alex Toliver to W A Lacy 1 mule 110 00 J H Murphy to J A Lacy 1 mule 100 00 stripes Lace covered Parasols in black beige cream gar Â¬ Jas Davis to Wm Lacy 1 mule 110 00 goes on Pongee Parasols in coaching lace trimmed Jas Lacv to Harris Howard 2 mules 225 00 net and blue The losses by the recent fire amount to Jack Holland to J T F Dav 1 1200 or 1500 C J Litile George Patrick ififfr 13 00 Satin lined Parasols in black and colors lace trimmed and Misses Amelia Patrick and Lizzie Wil Â¬ A S Junes to J T F Day 1 cow 25 00 son being the losers Jack Hollaud to J A Lacy 1 yoke Dr W T Wilson left for Hazard Tuesday cattle 57 50 morning on professional business The doc- Â¬ Wm Lacy to Jas Daniel of Clark 1 Will find very much to their advantage by calling on the tor contemplates locating there to practice horse 110 00 his profession much to the regret of his and looking at my La-Â¬ many friends in this country but we con- Â¬ Newt Murphy to J M Rose 1 yoke 80 00 dies Mens7 and Childrens Shoes gratulate the people of Perry county upon W C and Slippers Department Perkins to Wash Swango 21 the acquisition ol so emminent a physician have made the latest improvement in my stock have 25 00 OilCiJI The widow Davis has the measles but is Rose 15 00 improving There is a great dcd of sickness David Wilsontotosame 10 sheep DN same 4 sheep 6 10 learned during the last season what this section of country in the county A Wells to J T J F Day 2 yoke will buy and bought this line of goods direct from the best Corn i3 scarce and the kale seed too 185 00 vLLaw Notwithstanding the hard times work on same 1 yoke cattle 75 00 manufacturers in America propose to say can furnish BT the Court house and Academy still goes on Miles Cecil to to Niokell samel yoke cattle 90 00 you -Dr J B Tanlbee of Hazel Green was up D W Edwards to best goods for 25 per cent lower than any other the same 52 year olds 87 50 to see last week end while here delivered G W Hammon to ame 1 cow aud house in this city a lecture before the school for which they 1 heifpr 34 00 thank him kindly and hope he may give James Davis to Talk about Mens Doys and Childrens ready made SO 00x same 2 steers another soen W A Burton to same 10 steers 330 03 Clothing Brother Hubert still continues his lectures You know how little money takes to get 45 00 ou Tucsdav nights He closed his series on Wm Lindon to same 4 heifers Rose to same 3 heifers 48 00 from the a new handsome English Literature and on next Tuesday E B Nickel A 100 00 night will begin a series on American Lit- Â¬ John Patrick to same 76 heifers to same head cattle 110 00 spring suit made from the very newest fabrics trimmed in erature If he still improves as he has in l 15 00 the very best manner to same 2 heifers Mapel the past they will be wonderful His pre- Â¬ Levi Kasli to and cut in styles absoluteiy correct same 2 steers 45 00 ludes are full of wit and fun and at the Nannie Kash to same 2 20 00 You positively save from heifers 400 to 700 a suit by trading same time are clothod in excellent language J H Sebastian to same 4 steers 100 00 and the highest type of culture the and give you what NextSunday will be observed as childrens Kentucky Union Railroad no other Clothing house in day in Jackson and we are anticipating a Sterling can give you A representive of the Observer was in grand time Cant you drop down on us Tor SM n fcv irimihs mv hnloved Paris this week and was appealed to by Dickey has bought of A G many of the leading citizens of Bourbon for liev John J in Mens Boys and Child Â¬ T TWilfk U7 A JLSUW Hie initerest in the Jackson Acadc- - infomation as the probable action of our Hats the great game for trade in Hats hold a my This means that the school is a perma Â¬ Magistrates on next Monday The good nency Judging by the past work of Prof people of Bourbon have awakened to a real Â¬ invincible hand Call me and will show down the five Dickey and his determination to educate the ization of the solemn fact that they have let people we are assured that each year we a bird slip in not promptly accepting the best cards of the five most celebrated makes shapes and will have a good school The grounds and Kentucky Unions proposition and thereby building when completed and furnished will shutting off Fayette county They still be- Â¬ blocks in the universe cost 6000 and it certainly could not be lieve there will be some opening through Every one of my Hats can be bought of me at price which they can get in and they are watch Â¬ built for less Â¬ ing us with eagle eyes We are told that if that will save you from one fonrth to one third of your We believe that this school is the foundation of a great institution of learning that our County Court hesitates on Monday a money willshed its light over all Eastern Kentucky delegation of Bourbon people will at once -wait upon the Kentucky Union directory and bless generations vet unborn Mountain Merchants will find to their own interThe Hon E B Cardwell returned Wed Â¬ and give the most convincing assurances nesday from the State convention at Louis that their people are ready and willing to ests to examine my AVholesale Stock in Dry Goods Notions villemuch to the delight of his many friends accept the proposition of 250000 before purchasing elsewhere We learn that Judge Turney stands ready Hats and Ceips We can plainly trace the lines of disappoint- Â¬ to call his Court together immediately and ment on his brow over the defeat of Capt Barry South and John Tom Hazelrigg in that a large majority of the Court favor the whoie interest he went to Louisville His proposition Withthese facts before them look of disappointment is but the look of our County Court can not afford to hesitate Evey thing has been done by the newspapers every one else in this section Jas H Hargis ha been appointed post- Â¬ of Bourbon couuty to persuade our Court master at this place Yours feeling awful against favorable action but every paper in Fayette county without exception has taÂ¬ good Your Sweet Heart ken the opposite stand The newspapers are Rousseau May i Quicksand is clear the mouth piece of the people The people of all the rafts not one being left Rafts want this road and have time and again men and bauds have brought some mouey spoken out in its favor and the County Court as the representative of the people into our county G N Candler and H A Harden arc doing can not ana we are sure win not turn a a flourishing business but there is one thing neat ear to tueir appeal Lexington Obscrv- we do regret Cundler is going to marry and er wants it kept a secret 1 will give you the Sunday School Convention brideV name next week Frenchburg May 11 Rev H L Fanners iu this neighborhood ieeni to be in full blast and the crack of the corn plant- Â¬ Nave of Mt Sterling president of the Sun Â¬ day School Union of the 11th district of er is heard iu even direction Isaac llolbrooks faintly has the measles Kentucky who is organizing Sunday schools lectured here on Friday evening May 6th REro 1S7 after which the following proceedings M Rose to O C McNabb 1 mule 70 00 O C McNabb to 4 steer- s- 90 00 John Center to Wm Lacv of Morcan 1 horse 100 00 Bud Landrum to J T F Day 8 Tremendous Bargains in Every TepertmeHt teens in plain and figured Ginghams and Crazv Cloth Have opened a new line of French and Domestic Sat OPENHTG OF NEW PABASOLS FAMOUS NEW STORE ECONOMICAL BUYERS it I I I dont FAMOUS NEW STORE it - I It Braun always leads and never follow A STRAIGHT FLUSH rens In I I FAMOUS NEW STORE at if c S m BRAUN Â¬ THE FAMOUS HOUSE Dry Gootts CIoIMm Boot aM Sloe MORGAN COUNTY Â¬ J Pieratt Proprietor Judge W S Pierce was made chairman West Liberty May 12 Mrs V M and Jamos Oshorn secretary The vote be- Â¬ Pieratt has been very sick with bilious fever ing taken for county officers of the Sunday Joe M Kendall is visiting at his fathers School Union resulted as follows Alfred Combs president J H Williams J W Kendall Wm Knox and family arc visiting Capt vice president James F Osborn secretary Precinct vice presidents No 1 Turner T J Henry Mrs M T Womack has returned from Spencer ho 2 b rank N illiams No 3 J N Frisby No 4 John A Sewell No 5 Wm Cincinnati much improved in health Charlie Howe the traveling salesman for C Catron On motion the following named persons Trimble Bros of Mt Sterling is in town T W Rose contemplates moving to More were appointed delegates to attend the Suu dav School Institute which is to be held iu head H C and W II Thompson two worthy Mt Sterling ou the 30th day of May 1SS7 young gentlemen of Laurel county spent a James P Clark A J Ringo Alfred Combs week in our midst guests of the Kendall J F Osborn and J M Oliver On motion the secretary was requested to Uousf Mrs E B Gardner afler several days visit notify the officers of their election Moved and carried that these proceedings to her father J T Hazelrigg returned to be forwarded to The Hazel Green Her Â¬ her home at Salycrville Correspondents let us rally up and send ald Sentinel Democrat Mr Sterling Gazette in our mite of uew s to the dear old Her- Â¬ and West Liberty Gem for publication WSPIERCE Chairman ald long may its banner wave SXOOKS J F Osborn Secretary HOT SPRINGS ARKANSAS were had MT STERLING KY Smith P Kerr t r 9MutfB9ipB9wfaBSa Mancfactarer of Best Grades of FuH mim Cuarant AXD DEALER rmm Cf Grain Feed WINCHESTER c KT Â¬ Â¬ Hot Springs Ark Hazel Green Herald BOOTS AND SHOES Â¬ JR FG Klnggold Co Boots and Shoes Harbison W Â¬ SADDLERY Cath right JOE Green HufTaker Co BOOTS AND SHOES One of the best shortest and most 1 desire through genuinely pure democratic speeches made the columns of your valuable paper to say in the convention was that of Hon John T to ray friends and rcatives that to day Heave Hazelrigg accepting defeat and promising here for my home in Texas greatly improved his earnest efforts in rolling up the largest if not pemanently cured These waters possible majority for his opponent andf the give sure aud generally permanent relief to whole State ticket If in the hour of a de Â¬ all thatcome here for rheumatismwith which pression he can make such a speech there I have beeu a constant sufferer for over a is no telling what he could do under farvora ble circnmstsnces It was received with ypar My stay here has been made much more enthusiasm and will go far toward securing pleasant than I expected bv the presence of for him any prize he may seek in the future your townman and my old school mate and Interior Journal assoeiatcin boyhood days Judge G B SwanWe have long been a reader of Col go He has added much to my pleasure by Hazelriggs newspaper but never saw him his many jovial anecdotes and old time sto- until last week and our surprise is that he ries which brought to my memorv many has s long remained in private iife We thoughts of those old happy boyhood days shall look for him to come to the front in which has been quite a source of pleasure earlv future as an honored standard bearer to rae I remained a week longer than I in- He iias long enough remained in the ranks tended oving to ray company and regret Carlisle Mercurv exceedingly to now leave the Judge by himself but his friends need not be uneay for hell take eare of himself S Co The county of Wolfe should be proud that they are so fortunate to have such a man NEW for their presiding officer I am often amus Â¬ ed at him talking about the county affairs Livery Sale and Feed Stable as if he were there and scams so much in- Â¬ terested in the rebuilding of your public MT STERLING ICY binding which shows what a watchful eye he has over the countys interest I see he is looking much better though he is weak and very thin I learn that we have had Drovers and Traders Headquarters fine rains in Texas which guarantees us good crops everything is looking fine and the country is in a prosperous condition Your The attestion of horse and mule dealers paper is quite a welcome visitor in our famiis especially invited to our facilities for the ly Hoping it the greatest success handling of stock and we invite all traders Green T Little of Wolfe and adjoining counties to call on To Those Indebted to Me As you all us when in the citv well know I have been suffering for a long time with catarrh and would long ago have JAMES P FAKT AVITH THE made an effort to be cured but it took money and rather than press you I put off until I could ho longer do so Now I am here un- Â¬ der treatment and feel some better and if I can stay awhile longer will be greatlv ben- Â¬ OF efited You owe me money and 1 want it to pay my board and doctor bills You can CO pay me and must do iL If you caint pay W S DICKINSON me all you must pay part of what you owe DEALERS in aud pay it right now If you cant pay money you can pay in stock of any kind GloyeSj cattle fiorses hogs or sheep I must have my money and will have it and if you do Corner Pearl and Vine not pay it at once I will warrant you You can pay my agent A F Johnson and he CINCINNATI May 7 Editor About John Tom Satisfac in Grade and Prices tion times t all T ply of the following brands PERFECTION Wheat Extract White Pearl Patent Roller Magnolia Roller Fancy Silver Lake Roller Family Globe Superfine npoa which aG 6 they will quote prices and deliver at Hazel Green or Rothwell Station T tKrV j wJ jj Ti A for Eastern Kentucky HAZEL GREEN KY are V for KJSKUij iULLElt MllA Sole Agents and carrv a large sap rLULK Â¬ JT F DAY Lowest Prices lr Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY Â¬ Â¬ V McWilliams Wholesale and Retail Largest Stock Heavy invoices arriving daily and stacks upon stacks of goods to meet every department of trade Live Stock Country Produce and School Claims received in trade on notes accounts ox J T F BAY merchandise a6tf Â¬ TbMIC J years siaee tis nmliciaa wm oCmw ac remedy forWoi nBft frost Hm Mm Jto reputation has wradlljr lii fiiiw MMt tiir present day it b almost univercallT ackiiovlrdpeu taroucbout pleasis alt ittrti nT k nrU tA k Cka m nrarir ertign rerxtdf Worm Confections made more for Uje purpose of pwlKte of axtremmtrng Ifea disease have been manufactured all oTer the country bet their ihort aae of lifs ia aaariy til iirtw B A t aJmestoeka Vennlf cjre continues to grow in favor daily Children oTSes look jult U rtckj fiMflt other cause than vorms and tpo vm are most frequently the result of Uuae aiIea npyn MtalMn Wk2 they are Irritable aad feverish oroetimes craving food aad eatimr rxreasaaly axaJs ntmntkfliMmmmL liylLmlin toiin restlessly in sleV moaning and gridinjr the teeth then be asmred theat ijwnrnan wunss Many a helpless child fiu been laid in the Brave when the disease which ctnsed its death has been en Urely rabandentood and when worms hare really bee the jtroTeil m the human zS mcircauarea system from earliest iniaacyseref ore paunlii MiwuMiHyiwgtaTswfco are mntwmm cannot oe too oo ierrinir ot tnejtrsc rywtpfowu9fwermmja9 iui be afely aad speedily removed from the moatdeHeatefafioiibj thetimeiyaseef SLaJraha rnysicians ao cos to recommeaa is ana aw t BracHee aaA bmm er ue 1 pror Mon from all nasitate the country testify to itsit their suecsev Ia fact it parts of uniform K Mss ftv- fSf qnpnwy wen oven w cnuurrn asasais rrarjraiive noisnspectiHjriBC cause or rae mwesa aaa laije oi inmw were uijicJiarKeuaaaininieaiats renei anorcea ureas caauoa msss oe Bsea By erery te hit own Judjre in one sense and to examine j very bottle he buys of tt The limrilr nsann of T not sumcienu no must 100s uoseiy arm careiouy so see tsat tarn wrjTM are W A oea wjta iouui eise - NEWFRASTUV nowjMHcax will forward to me The man who would CassassssflK Slestrs J E Schwartz Co Pittxburj Pa take advantage of my misfortune is not my Will always be found ready to attend to the Gentlemen hare uset some of that most excellent Ha visgaagrhcoTigialj JUrihHwrtoefc ruse Iftmi friend aniM will not hesitate to push him wants of the patrous of the house Thank Â¬ rrnvd v B A Fahnrtocb r VVrmi f npe and fouml it to tancyib my rcnc ierttsaaar ye whjeii 1m m to recewacagfeg aa a im r I think your vermlfug can the and make him pav Hoping all will respond ful for past patronage you are invited to haressfclrdefired effect- - with in anv familr sot bethrened c w VI BAFAHNESTOCKS ESTABLXSK9MK IttsaewMMiyftf te ta Old Reliable Hat House VERMIFUGE uw 53S J W 3Sr Umbrellas Etc 0 s Cf to my appeal antf that 1 shall have no more call and see us when In the citr and Uncle trouble forced upon rae I remain very much Jim Fant promisesio put on his best good G B SwaVgo in earnest Yours truly looks w hen waiting upon vou aJ 6rc - IL -- VMt Jr HIRSlRn SCRTOvT CO AnVco needed PitishffFa5fi SSTLi -- THOS J rjKv bbbbbbbBRL r t Atr S jf 7 3V r i Ji - -- JsTjC T QXil J tr J -- -M w 1 -- k l 1 M M a PERSONAL Afc A LENIENTIVERDICT And while we tions through such a channel If tho deplore many things that have been done secred society has advantaged you in au Ah Asscrtlea That Um Jwy fet tfce Watt me oioniai Jixnimtion TlwraroBrriTft by them their existence is a necessity and honorable calling it is a good one But tie washing and sorting trill be carried Schwartx Case Erred If at AB a the Pennsylvania liTJngr Are JKCElt C005BRrjtiprrttec oa by means of machinery withm an Good or Bad According to Thelr their legitimate sphere distinctly pointedÂ¬ has your credit failed they bargain Side of Mercy te the Calprite Pi Hoyt trust you out by the providence of God Such or- makers more anxious how Varied Teachings Commenting on the verdict of im Â¬ Hartranf t iaclosed structure protected from pur Â¬ jdtZELGSEEK - KENTUCKY ganizations are trying to dismiss from with a bale of goods Havo the men whose pronounced by the Budget loining by outsiders in a most effec- Â¬ their association all members in favor of names were down in the commercial prisonment for life Electrical science is tual manner whilst all digging will be The Home Should Xot be Sacrificed to anarchy and social chaos Thoy will gradÂ¬ agency Al before they entered the so jury against the prisoners on trial for langnage In a jawbrealriajp A PREDICAMENT confined to one or two selected spots Club Influences and floral andltcligious ually cease any thing liko tyranny over clety beea going down since in commer- Â¬ the murder of Express Messenger -- Telegastograph js Obligations Should iNot be Weakened their members and will forbid violent in- Â¬ cial standing Then look out You and 1 Nichols the Chicago Berald says and interdicted elsewhere Atas J seoy let k ie tribation Sermon by Kev T Do Witt Talmage terference with any mans workj whether every day know of commercial establish- Â¬ It was the instant and unanimous A good deal U heard of the m T i witk e DD he belongs to their Union or is outside of ments going to ruin through the social ex- Â¬ verdict of the jury that tried Watt and Tr-rl-- According to tie JWJ Jfc wfcsec eres are Imgat a6 stars tkat skin healthiness of the Ruby district a Twaa rutfat4 fnMHf it and will declare their disgust with any cesses of one or two members their for-Â¬ Schwartz that both were guilty of the factwhich is explained by the density fldvaiM C from his Englfeh uMisfcr aaa Bight such rule as that passed in England by the tune beaten to death with ball players J of the jungle surrounding the dig Bhooextx N Yh The subject HanchesterBrick laycrs Association which bat or cut amidships with the front prow atrocious murder of Kellogg Nichols werMpee 11 I am swfe is sy oef al jrtlgst 1000 or 5000 a year probÂ¬ Tr U yet gings and by the level nature of the of Dr Talmages sermon to day was says any man found running or working of the regatta or going down under Such a conviction was forced Once more theEmpnws I aare wot left it bee country affording such a limited What is the MoralEffect of Freemasonry beyond a regular speed shall be fined the swift hoofs of the fast horses or ably upon the minds of most persons She ca Odd fellowship ELnights of Labor Greek two shillings and sixpence for the first of- Â¬ drowned in the large potations of Cognac who followed the trial as reported in has broken down means of escape for the rainfall Alphabet f resaanos ej sleeps ilL Sfce k-Societies The T see aewltems roe which at certain seasons accumulates was from and Other xxv 9 Discovertext fense five shillings Tor the second ten or Monongahela That secret society was the newspapers The verdict was im- Â¬ exercise and not shillings or the third and if still persist- Â¬ the Loch Earn Their business was tho prisonment for life If these men were changed woman ia ccmctimtiam aadj Proverbs Taaf aCwxysi eos ie fia4a csaaee on the ground rendering it impossible a secret to another Dr Talmage said Aaa fcaew wkat to do l Ville de Havre They beaatifuL dgabwy ar-ing AJaek- for work to be carried on in the pits It appears that in Solomons time as in thinkshall be dealt with as the committee dc Harvc went under struck and tho Yillo guilty the death penalty might more looks from thoyears ago- - iL l as aet rersea proper There are secret societies ereign of ten la art rhetoric and causing malaria which engenders all subsequent periods of the world there in our colleges that have letters of the The third test by which you may know properly have been pronounced upon pendent 3s all fee prMnetr7c rekearsed feverish attacks These low lands are were people too much disposed to tell all Greek alphabet for their nomenclature whether the society to which you belong them for the killing of abraveman en X awkward as a stick Prof Max Muller judged y however in nearly all cases surround- - they knew It was blab blab blub phy- Â¬ and their members aro at the very front is good or bad is this What is its effect gaged in the faithful performance of a most dfefclw Tafeefe aft iscKaed to break ed at a reasonable distance by hills sicians revealing the case of their patients in scholarship and irreproachable in on your sense of moral and religious obli Â¬ duty defending his trust fearlessly and titles- - is probably the to dky H Asa pBBj kBecs of on which habitations for Europeans lawyers exposing the private affairs the morals while there aro others the scene gation Now if I should take the names aggressively until stricken down by guishedman in England I sett -- TH die teroar sweat sake fcoaorary their clients neighbors advertising the they gamble ani they this morns IJMrrdZMtd2ftease may be erected above the reach faults of their next door resident pre- Â¬ of carousal and graduate knowing a hun- Â¬ of alland people in this audience and then Â¬ vulgar robbers who for protection has more than forty does ot nesafc ali put them on a roll ing Had I a war with Romeo and I of malarious influences Nothing tended friends betraying confidences drinktimes they about sin than they do of should lay that roll back of this organ and probably from the consequences of to his name but he correspoodac Perhaps c migat noteld dred more is yet known as to the nature One half of the trouble of every commun Â¬ geometry and Sophocles In other words a hundred years from now some one should their crime became assassins was not them in his ordinary See wsy to gaanl against herNo Chicago Herald Aaa sOU act Jeentkm geld of the Burmese miners rights ity comes from the fact that so many secret societies like individuals are good take that roll and call itfroin A to Z taere only an actrocious it was also a despiÂ¬ Jacob Groniger of Jaaiata Cw derived from Theebaws ministers people have not capacity to keep their or bad are the means of moral health or would not be one of you answer Isay that cable crime The mere robbery would 9fce peU5Bsof love divine ty Pa has sixteen living chfldrwt Isfawaecrs saort acd km of temporal and eternal damnation All any society that makes me forget tunt have justified the imposition of a long whatsoever they may be a way will mouths shut TMcees aetsttita case like mine When I hear something disparaging of good people recognize the vice pf slander fact is a bad society temi of imprisonment upon the offend-Â¬ elfhtv six living grandchild rea have to be found of reconciling them you my A Sc Ser erciy robs H first doty is not to tell you But ing an individual but many do not see the When I go to Chicago 1 am sometimes ers The crime deepened into murder sixtv living with the concession recently made by if I tell you what somebody has said Win eecae saecessfal lover aot atBunalo as I T sare there are a few the Indian authorities to the Ruby syn- Â¬ againstyou and then go out and tell every sin of slandering an organization this and perplexed are as to whethersuppose many is not sumcientiy conaemneu me has had in all one hundred aad jaaety is better to There are old secret societies in travelers Save y it a ay Baouraf ul lot dicate at the head of which is Mr body else whatl told you and they go out other countries some of them centuries take the Lake Shore route orit Michigau assassins are not adequately punished two descendants several ia each the Aaelell Bae wfaat to do Strceter the diamond merchant of Bond and tell others whatltold them that I told old which have been widely denounced as Central equally expeditious and equally short of the gibbet It is odd then cratiou being dead CUni0R Scoilard In Detroit Free Prut Queen Margaret of Italy has cel street whose son accompanied the you and we all go out some to hunt up immoral and damaging in their influence safe getting to their destinations at tho that where there was such unanimity the originator of the ston and others to yet I have hundreds of personal friends same time But suppose that I hear that of conclusion as to the guilt of the leeted a large Hebrew library witk the British expedition in Upper Burmah EUBY JONING hunt it get It is probable that a compromise may munity down we shallwhat the whole com- Â¬ who belong to them friends who are con- Â¬ on one route tho track is torn up the accused and a sentence which latest works on Jewish literatwe She talking about 3ou did do and secrated to God pillar in the church bridges are down and the switches aro might be regarded as merciful is remarkably proficient Ir Hebrew be effected vith the native workers what 3ou did not do and there will be as faithful in all relations of life examples unlocked it will not take me a great while under the circumstances Indostry as Followed in the but as regards the Burmese and Shan any sug- having had capable Jewish iDetimc many scalps taken as though a band of of virtue and piety They arc the kind of to decide which road to take Burmese Country gestion should be offered that the tors and reads the Old Testaaaeat merchants in whose hands a profitable Modocs had swept upon a helpless village friends whom I would have for my execu- Â¬ Now here are two roads in the future traffic in gems has remained from time We have two ears but only one tongue a tors if 1 am so happy as to leave any thing tho Christian and the unchristian the safe punishment named by the jury is ex with ease Cincinnati Times-iLGnt Srltlch Syadicto ad aioBopoly immemorial it may be more difficult to physiological suggestion that we ought to for my household at the time of decease and tho unsafe An institution or associ- Â¬ treme The prisoners are entitled to The high literature of Japan is ia Royal Sables Carried Oat ef the upon the finding the Chinese language due to the in- Â¬ reconcile their interests with those of the hear a good deal more than we tell Let and they arc the men whom I would have ation that confuses my ideas in regard to the usual review Ceaatry UaliealtkfalaeM ef European syndicate who will natur Â¬ us join a conspiracy that we will tell each carry me out to the last sleep when I am that fact is a bad institution and a bad as- Â¬ of their guilt a finding generally con troduction to Japan 1500 years ago of tk Xiaiac District all nothing of ally desire to retain the business in other then the good andnot be such the ill dead You can not make me believe that sociation I had prayers before I joined ceded to accord with the fact they are four booas by a Chinese author highly and there will awful they would belong to bad institutions that society did I have them afterward i entitled to no consideration whatever esteemed by the Japanese- - Th need of sermons on Solomons words Tbe successful advance of a British rubies in their own hands They are the men who would stamp on any I attended the houso of God before I con-Â¬ stars In the same localities in Burmah are Discover not a secret to another thing iniquitous and I would certainly nected myself with that union do I absent If guilty they may thank their as to Japanese women however eontimwd force to the Huby lands of Upper Bur to write In pare Japanese and have found the oriental amethyst the orien- Â¬ Solomon had a veryjarge domestic cir- Â¬ rather take their testimony in regard to myself from religious influences Which that the jury has been so lenient XHk aad 51s establishment in that and cle In his earlier days lie had very con- Â¬ such societies than the testimony of those would you rather have in your hand when give them a life sentence thus preserved what would otherwise tal sapphire the green the white licalt- - country imparts additional the yellow sapphire the star ruby the fused notions about monogamy and poly- Â¬ who have been sworn in as members by you come to die a pack of cards or a The case seems to have been fairly have been lost Philadelphia Prz interest to the acquisition of Burmese oriental rub and the opalescent ruby gamy and his multitudinouassociates in their assault upon the society con- Â¬ Bible Which would you rather have tried The State was zealous and indeÂ¬ The Selma Ala Times says that territory lv the Indian authorities the three rubies differing in the the matrimonial state kept him to well in- Â¬ fess themselves perjurers One of these pressed to your lips in the closing moment fatigable Tho defense was the strong- Colonel John G Harvey now ia h The actual position of the Ruby terri Â¬ shades and ranges of color Ordinary formed as to what was going on in Jerusa- Â¬ secrot societies gave for the relief of the the cup of Belhazzarean wassail or the est that could be made It is highly eighty fifth year has been editor of Who tory Is now placed beyond a doubt rubies are worth when English cut lem They gathered up all the privacies sick in 1873 in this country 1490274 chalice of Christian communiou of the city and poured them into his ear Some of these societies havo poured a very would you rather have for your pall-Â¬ improbable that the jury has erred To the Greensboro Ala Beacon for a peÂ¬ ImL icasmuch as a good deal of mis from four to ten pounds a carat when seek sympathy for the prisoners while fifty a sorosis or female derstanding exists on other points less than half a carat in weight Above and his family becameseven hundred dis- Â¬ heaven of sunshine and benediction into bearers the ciders of a Christian Church admitting their guilt is ridiculous In riod not less it thinks than West debating society of years He is a graduate of the home of suffering Several of them or the companions whose conversation ceiufrccted arfth the land of gems its the horrible crime there wasnt a single Point and we doubt that weight they vary according to cussing day after day all the difficulties are founded on fidelity to good citizenship was full of slang and inuendo adds the extemt aad probable ralue it may be quality from twenty to one hundred between husbands and wives between and the Bible I have never taken one of Who would you rather have for your mitigating circumstance if he can recall any line that Times well to place on record a few scer pounds a carat It is believed that the employers and employes between rulers their degrees They might give me tho eternal companions those men who spend he has written during so many Iogr and subjects until Solomon in my text grip a thousand times and I would not their evenings betting gambling swear- Â¬ MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS facts in regard to them largest known ruby in existence is one he Buby Klines is al Â¬ forming a portion of the Russian crown deplores volubility about affairs that do recognise it I am ignorant of their pass- ing carousing and telling vile stories or Personal Appearance of the Unfortunate years of editorial service that He did The designation has not belong to us and extols the virtues oi words and I must judge entirely from the your little chld that bright little girl not believe when he wrote it Rival of Elizabeth together inappropriate seeing that no jewels said to have corn from China sccretiveness model gentleman us outside Oh the Her complexion though likened by been always a juiaiagis required or at any rate has The deposed King of Burmah is re- Â¬ By the power of a secrot divulged fami- Â¬ which weBut Christ has given all a rule b3Â¬ whom beenLord took much you would not may judge not only individu- have away so nights would Brantomc to alabaster and ivory does Of the three daughters whom crerleen attempted The gems are ported to possess a ruby of the size of lies churches neighborhoods nations fly als but all societies secret and open By you if you had known she was going Longfellow immortalized in that beau- Â¬ possessed the clearfoaml in arery rough state at dis a pigeons Bad so- Â¬ away so soon Dear me your houso has not seem to have the weight and value apart By the power of a secret kept tbeir fruits ye shall know them The TwUight Hour ness and brilliancy which the compari-Â¬ tiful poem tascesfrom the surface of ihe land of which are unknown Chambers great charities socialities reformatory cieties make bad men Good societies never been the same place since Your Alice alone remains unmanned She movements and Christian enterprises may make good men A bad man will not stay wife has never brightened up she has son implies for Sir James Melville raryiag from three feet to a dozen Journal Cralgie HouJl at be advanced Men are gregarious cattle iu a good society A good man will not never got over it She never will got over though anxious to vindicate his Queens lives in the old i these tracts of free gravelly soil Cambridge vith her bachelor nncle in herds iish in schools birds in flocks a tay in a bad society Then try all secret it How long the evenings aro with no claim to be considered very lovely THE JEWS OF RUSSIA intermixed with quartzy clay stretch Long Â¬ men in social circles Yot may by the societies by two or three rules to and ia losg slightly undulating plains A Usee In Whose Faces Are Written the discharge of a gun scatter a flock of quails Test the first Their influence on home one the put to bedBiblo no one to whom to and the fairest lady in her country Kev- - Samuel Longfellow Edith Daaa stories tell beautiful acknowledged that she was less fellow married Richard H slartcd bv ranges of loftv hills As is Wrongs Described by Historiaus or by the plunge of the anchor send apart if you have a home The wife soon loses What a pity it is that you can not spend white than Elizabeth The bright- Â¬ Anna Allegra Longfellow the yoasg 1he case in the gem pits of Ceylon When a Russian sees three men with the denizens of the sea but they will her influence over her husband who nerv- Â¬ more evenings at home in trying to help Â¬ rubles are found in the same localities gaunt faces long priestly coats dang- Â¬ gather themselves together again If you ously and foolishly looks upon all evening her bear that sorrow You can never ness of her eyes which Brantome est daughter about two years ago mar Thorpe Jr a young as sapphires tourmalines c but ling at their heels and a lock of hair by some new power could break the as- Â¬ absence as an assault on domesticity drown that grief in the wine cup You likened to stars and Chastelard to bea- Â¬ ried Joseph G and brother of Mrs Ole Boston lawver cons has not been questioned but sociations in which men now stand they How are the great enterprises of reform can R Ifck this difference that in Burham little hanging over each ear he says More would again adhere God meant it so He and art and literature and beneficenco thatnever break away from the your arm3 their color is a point about whieh there BuIL used to be flung around nock iherHby is the most generally found has gathered all the flowers and shrubs and public weal to be carried on if every when she used to say Papa do stay is less unanimity opinions varying be- Â¬ In Ceylon the amethyst and sapphire Government spies HUMOROUS associations You may plant man is to have his world bounded on one with me to night Do stay with mo tween hazel and dark gray As regards These Polish Jews should not be con- Â¬ into forget-me-nare more frequently obtained It is one or hearts easo alone side by his frontdoor stepandon the other to night You will never be able to her hair the discrepancy of contem- Â¬ - Chinamen in our Eastern cities are Elated by some Titers that these rubies founded with the thrifty Jews of away off upon the hillside but it will soon side by his back windowknowing nothing wipe away from your lip3 the dying porary authorities is even greater America The are another class of hunt up some other forget-me-nare foHnd in abundance over a distance so frequently stoned by the hoodlums or higher than his own attic or lower than kiss of your little giri The fascina Â¬ of eighty miles or more 25b authori Â¬ people Their features their manners hearts ease Plants love companv You his own cellar That wife who becomes tion of a bad secret society is so great Brantome and Ronsard describe a that they can never be prevailed upba ty exists fortius statement but it is the cut of their hair and the fashion of will find them talking to each other in the jealous of her husbands attention that sometimes a man has turned wealth of goldeu hair and this is to a to sing Rock Me to Sleep certain that gemming has been carried their clothing are different from what dew A galaxy of stars is only a mutual to art or literature or religion or charity his b3ck on his home when his child was certain extent confirmed by Sir James What is more surprising than a life insurance company You sometimes is breaking her own sceptor of conjugal dying of scarlet fever ne went away Melville who when called upon by B is that part of Upper Burmah for one is accustomed to see in New York asks a writer snow storm in July see a man with no sym- Â¬ power I know an instance where a ceataries and there mut be consider-Â¬ The number of blonds among them is pathy His nature outbranchings of like a thought that her husband was givingwife Before he got back at midnight the eyes Elizabeth to pronounce whether his Did you ever step Into a closet In a too is cold and hard able tracts of country which have been surprisingly large The seldom travel ships mast ice glazed which the most many nights to Christian service to char- Â¬ had bceu closed the undertaker had done Queens hair was fairer than her own new house and find yourself in a pickle the wife worn out with fairnes iu over and apparently exhausted of alone but iu companies roam the plaius agile sailor could never- climb Oth- Â¬ itable service to prayer meetings and to his work andwatching lay unconscious answered that theworst of them jar down cellar three weeks To faltes baith was not their their natural wealth but it is propable of Russia and Poland ever talking ers have a thousand roots and a religious convocation She systematically in the next a oom Then tins returned Mistress severely I have made decoyed him away until now he attends no father comes upstairs and ho sees the this however must be opposed tlie the fire and cooked the breakfast that by deeper and more scientifically ever restless watched feared and thousand branches Innumerable ten- Â¬ conducted explorations of the soiL hated and they in turn ever watching drils climb their hearts and blossom church waits upon no charitable institu- Â¬ cradle gone and the windows upand says testimony of Nicholas White who Sew Servant Well mum you destruction writing to Cecil in 1563 described the neednt wait for me After this sit On tho Judgment What is the matter ariti proper pumping apparatus more ever hating are never afraid yet dis- Â¬ all the way up and the fowls ofÂ¬ tion and is on a rapid way to gone and gone his valuable rubies than those already trust ever lurks in their finely chiseled Heaven sing in the branches In con- his morals soul gone moneyany ChristianI day he will find out what was the matter Queen as black haired The explana- Â¬ down and ate whin yez git ready Let sequence of this tendency we find men fear his Oh man astray God help you I I am go tion of this may possibry lie in Marys found might be obtainr d faces The general opinion expressed coming together in tribes in communities wife rejoice when her husband consecrates ing to make a very stout ropo You know compliance with the fashion introduced Life The Indian Government has leased bv the Russian is that while Polish in churches in societies Some gather to- Â¬ evenings to the service of humanity and of that sometimes a rope maker will take As a gentleman slowly tasted his the privilege of digging for rubies in Jews are spies by nature they have re- Â¬ gether to cultivate the nrts some to plan God or charity or art or any thing ele very small threads and wind them togeth about this time of wearing wigs In- Â¬ chowder at a hotel table he remarked Bctrmah Ua European syndicate for markable gifts for business and that for the welfare of the Sate some to dis- Â¬ vating er until after awhile they become ship deed Knollys informed White that she I like grit A man cant be too full But let no man sacrifice home life to cable And I am going to take somo very wore hair of sundry colors and in a cuss religious themes some to kindle their an annual payment of five lacs of ru Â¬ when one of them is so fortunate as to ot grit to suit me but when it comes secret society life as many pees equal at par to iifty thousand get a considerable sum of money and mirth some to advance their craft So point out to you a great manydo I can small delicate threads and wind them to letter to Cecil praised the skiil with to grit in clam chowder I can not feel names of every active community is divided into as- Â¬ the finest busker pounds and it has been asserted that embark in wheat speculations he sociations of artists of merchants of book Â¬ men who are guilty of this sacrilege gether uutil they make a very stout rope which Mary Scton Y I will take all the memories of tho mar of hair to be seen in any country did the slightest enthusiasm for it the estimated value of the yearly out- Â¬ speedily grows rich gathers his clan Â¬ binders of carpenters of masons of plas- Â¬ They arc as genial as angels at the society riagc day a thread of laughter a thread Ledger put of rubies is not above twenty thou- Â¬ nish friends about him forms a colossal terers of shipwrights of plumbers Do room and as ugly as sin at home They of light a thread of music a thread ol set such a curled hair upon the Queen Boston Man to New Yorker combination through which if not you cry out against it Then you cry out are generous on all subjects of wine sup- Â¬ banqueting a thread of congratula- Â¬ that was said to be a perewyke that sand pounds How long have yon been herev2Tcw yachting and a tendency divinely implanted It is most improbable that any relia prevented by oppression or legalized ngaiusttirades would accomplish no more pers stingy about thefast horses but they tion and I twist them together and1 showed very delicately Conple o days Boston According to one account the Queen Yorker are wives dresses and I Your one Then strand have ble information is in existence on this conspiracy on the part of his jealous What have you been doing Scots wore black according to an- Â¬ Man to a busy ant Â¬ the childrens shoes That man has made should if point seeing that the utmost secrecy neighbors he in time is able to control than or you hive a preachsermon against that which might be a healthful influence take a thread of the hour of tho first of Xew Yorker wearily bee hill long other auburn ringlets on the morning with yourself advent in your house a thread of tho has invariably been observed bj gem the business of his neighborhood It secret societies a usurper of his affections and he has darkness that preceded and a thread ot of her execution Both however agree Paying four dollars a davfor board diggers and gem merchauts in Burmah is not until one has seen these Polish Here we And the oft discussed question married it and he is guilty of moral big- Â¬ the light that followed and a thread of Ar Y Sun when the false covering Ceylon as to the Tesults Jews watched their strangely expres- Â¬ whether associations that do their work amy Under this process the wife what-Â¬ tho beautiful scarf that little child used to in this that as well as in she appeared as gay as if she had What was the rush last nighty of working the pits Moreover as all sive faces and studied their peculiar with closed doors and admit their mem- Â¬ ever her features become uninteresting wear when she bounded out at ovontide to fell and ten years old rubies found above a certain size arc character that he appreciates that they bers by pass words and greet each other and homely He becomes critical of her greet you and then a thread of the beau been sixty hand was white but not old man You left ahead of the par Marys Did I I thought I took all the not like the not like declared to be the property of the Sover are direct descendants of the Jews of with a secret grip are right or wrong I does she arranges dress does amazed the tiful dress in which you laid her away for small the long tapering fingers tv her hair is that the resurrection and then I twist all heads of the whole party with me from answer that it depends entirely on the na- Â¬ way eijrn there is an additional inducement history who for ages suffered unspeak- Â¬ he ever was so unromantic as to offer her ture the and I have mentioned by Brantome being in Â¬ to maintain silence as to any great prizes able outrages The wrongs described it toofpass object for which they meet Is his hand and heart There are secret so-Â¬ these threads togethor take n thread of deed a characteristic of some of her the size of the one I have on me this the hours in revelry wassail another strand Then I morning Only a head Bless you I Iwing found Large as the alleged by historians arc plainly written in their blasphemj- - and obscene talk or to plot cieties where membership always involves tho scarlet robo of a suffering Christ portraits She was of tall stature tal- Â¬ got on a full bust Burdetie rental to be paid to the Government faces and as they glide noiselessly trouble to the State or to debauch the in- Â¬ domestic shipwreck and a thread of the white raiment ol ler than Elizabeth which made the Tell me that a man has joined a certain your loved ones before the throue and I dont see howvou can ret so may appear it should be borne in mind along the streets with restless coun- Â¬ nocent then I say with an emphasis that Queen of England pronouce her cousin much news into your paper said the tenances one feels suspicious in spite no man can mistake No But is the object kind and tell me nothing more about him string of the harp cherubic and a how much the value of a ruby increases ac- Â¬ the defense of the rights of any class for ten years and I will write his history string of the harp seraphic and I twist to be too tall she herself being village clergyman to the village editor whes above a certain size more so of himself Many of these people are alive The man is a Avine them all together and I have a third cording to her own standard neither seeing that yon have no local report Â¬ nave seen a against oppression the improvement of if he be still wife the case of diamonds undoubtedly obnoxious ren than in guzlor his broken hearted or prema- Â¬ Her voice was er Oh you say either strand Is too high nor too low Oh thats easily explained weary woman struggle through the the mind the enlargement of the heart turely old his fortune gone or reduced 6trand About ten years ago two oriental rubies of art the No I will irresistibly soft and sweet Not only replied the editor crowd at a railwa station to get water the advancement extrpation defense of the and his home a mere name in a directory enough to hold fast a world My wife belongs were brought to England from Burmah Government the of crime or take these strands and I will twist thorn docs Brantome extol it as tres douce ameb above the size prescribed by royÂ¬ for her little ones when a priestly the kindling of a pure hearted sociality Here are six secular nights in the week together and one end of that rope I will et tres bonne and Bonsard poetically to three sewinr societies in the villa5re alty in that country weighing the one looking dervish snatched the cup from then I sav with just as much emphasis What shall I do with theml says the fasten not to the communion table for it celebrate it as capable of moving rocks and she has an excellent memory father and the husband I Will give shall be removed not to a pillar of the or-- Aud That He Couldnt Help thirty seven the other forty seven car- Â¬ her hand and drank the water with the Yesl woods but Knox although un- Â¬ yellowThere is no need that we who plan for four of these nights to the improvement gan for that will crumble in the ages but and He was a yonth of high degree ats Having been recut they were re- Â¬ manners of a beast Win these graciously and unwillingly also testi- Â¬ at His collar monstrous tall wanderers always travel in the conquest of right over wrong should and entertainment of my famiry eitherde- Â¬ I wind it round and round tha cross of n fies duced in size but Improved In appear -haired to its charms He informs us that He tittered a pretty little lithp publish to all tLc world our intentions home or in good neighborhood I will sympathizing Christ and having fastened aace and so much was their value in Â¬ squads of three no one explains They The general of an army never sends to the vote one to charitable institutions I will one end of the rope to the cross I throw at one of her Parliaments the Queen And danced at every ball He ogled every girl he saw creased that one of them was ulti Â¬ swarm the country The cruelties of opposing troops information of the coming devote one to my lodge I Vl made a pay ntcd orison and that on the other end to you Lay hold of it His nerve was mostly gall I congratulate you Here is a man who for your life Pull for Heaven mately sold for ten thousand pounds centuries have given them a ferocious attack Shall we who have enlisted in the this occasion thair mycht havebeen lie had a bad cold in hL head the other for twice that amount With hunted look and made them as brutal cause of God and humanity expose our says Out of the six secular nights of the And that was alL hardamonghir flatterias Vox Diana AvenRt Not Yonrsclvoa the possibility therefore of finding as animals yet their intellect lifts plans to the enemy No We will in week I will devote five to lodges and Two Bohemians are seated in a The voice of a goddess for it could An Eastern story telU of the haughty raich gems as these the rental of the them above their oppressors who call secret plot the ruin of all the enterprises clubs and associations and one to theÂ¬ Garcon some water cries an Oriental monarch who as ha not be Dei and not of a woman God cabaret favorite of Xuby mines does not appear excessive them spies1 Ralph Meeker ii Har- Â¬ of Satan and his cohorts When they ex- Â¬ home which night I will spend Iin scowl- was passing threw a stone at a poop der save the sweet face Was thair ever one of them Some water ex- Â¬ pect us by day we will fall upon them bj ing like a March squall wishing was out The reader need scarcely be told that pers Magazine vish or priest The dervi3h did nofc dare oratour spack so properlie and so claims the other spent the other five Whv what will night While thev are strengthening their spending it as I have m at the man who had as Â¬ it in Its natural state when removed you do with it Gentlemans Magazine left wing we will double up their right That mans obituary is written Not one to throwhim back he knew the favorite was sweetlie You Drink it Somewhat Primitive Costumes for frotei a pit and freed from the gravelly Bj a plan of battle formed in secret con- Â¬ out of ten thousand that ever gets so far saulted must have lost yonr head old man picked up the ston 3 very powerful So he soil in which it was imbedded a ruby Henry Ray of Gilmer Tex has Why when yon only get your feet wet We came opposite Setna Kroo about clave we will come suddenly upon them on the wrong road ever stops Gradually and put it carefully in bis pocket saying The sword of the Lord and of his health will fail through late hours and to himself cf the finest auality would not strike a ten a m The cannon was fired the crj ing The time for revenge will discovered the secret of the quails be- Â¬ yon catch cold Think of the conse-Â¬ through too much stimulants he will be come by and by and then I will repay him ing able to hide so well- - He casual observer very differently from whistle blown and soon two canoes Gideon was walk- Â¬ quences of getting it into your stomÂ¬ and rheuma- for it Not long afterward ttrs samo Sscrecy prey for execution are an ordinary pebble the eye of an exÂ¬ were seen coming out in the bay past only whenof plot and and ends are wrongÂ¬ first rate the heart erysipelas French Fun-The doctor coming in dervish as he was walking in one of the ing in a field when a covey of birds was ach nefar- tism of the object pert being required to distinguish a the rocks The ship halted until several ious Everj family is a secret society will at a glance see it is not only present streets of the city saw a great crowd comÂ¬ flushed One alighted near him and Among valuable gem from an ordinary stone canoes and one larger boat came along- Â¬ every business firm and every banking disease he must fight but years of fast ing toward him He hastened to see what the moment it did so seized a dead oak ly received the begging letters recent- Â¬ at the office of a benevo Â¬ To the present time the mode of search Â¬ side and took the colored passengers and insurance institution Those men who living was the matter and found to his astonish Â¬ leaf crouched to the ground and lent society was one running thus who The clergyman for the sake of the feel- ment that hi3 enemy the favorite threw the leaf over its back so that it ing for rubies has been most primitive and baggage to be landed Several have no capacity to keep a secret are unfit This unfortunate young man is the disgrace with the King into no machinery being employed nothing came on board some wearing hats some forpositions of trust any wherc There are ings of the family on the frncral day will had fallen paraded through the principal was completely hidden from view Mr only son of a widow who died thousands of men whose vital need is cul only talk in religious generalities The was being the rudest implements A sort- of shirts some loin cloths and man were turing a capacity to keep a secret ilen men who got his yacht in the eternal streets on a camel exposed to thejesta Ray said that he had to go and turn and his earnings maintain childless Â¬ his aged fahoe and pick to loosen the ground and entirely nude One had ivory bracelets talk too much and women too There is rapids will not be at tho obsequies They and insults of the populace The dorvi3h over the leaf before he could believe ther and infant brothers whose whole grasped at tho lift the soil a vessel in which to wash necklace and tattoo marks but was a time to keep silent as well as a time to have pressing engagemets that day They seeing all this hastily his pocket sayÂ¬ the evidence of his own eves support he is The secretary of thestone which he carried in the stones from the earthy matter and naked We stopped often along this speak will send flowers to the coffin wfl send ing to himself The time for my revango bureau wrote on the margin of the A teacher in one of the schools in br11v a tabic or board on which the shore to take on negroes who were going Although not belonging to any of the their wives to utter words of sympathy has come and I will repay hurt for his in Â¬ The clr- mes are placed for the i cparation of toJLoanda and other points some to great secret societies about which there but they will have engagements else- Â¬ sulting conduct considering Belmont bad up a class of four and epistle the following note But after cumstances f tms case are evidently Â¬ and was trying to teach JJieir wardrobes has been so much violent discussion I where They never come Bring mc mal- a moment he threw the stone away say Â¬ eras from common pebbles or from work on railroads The Baptist Weekly have only ivGrds of praise for those asso- let and chisel and 1 will cut on the tomb- ing The time for revenge never comes them the names of the days of the exaggerated aiftfcs that would not repay the cost of were very scanty One man had a hat stone that mans epitaph Blessed are the but if our enemy is powerful revenge is week ciations which have for their object the After practicing them awhile Mistaking the door young Mr rugh native cutting to fit them for on a pipe in his mouth and a string maintenance of right against wrong or dead who die in the Lord No you say dangerous a3 well as foolish and if be it he asked a girl What Cipher walked into the dentists See As gemming is earned on in around his waist One quite intelligent Market Let weak and wretched then revenge 13 worse that would not be appropriate the reclamation of inebriates or like the Washing day Doctor- was instead of the doctors teisiaad of Ceylon where anj-- native looking negro had on a snuff colored score of mutual benefit societies called by me die the death of the righteous and let than foolish it is mean and crueL nd ii day is this you say all cases it is forbidden and sacked he groaned No the quick reply Womans Journal cam obtain a license for digging upon hat a blue flannel coat a loin cloth a different names that provide temporary my last end be like his Ira In bad shape-- Xy Then head aches all the time and I cant d that would not be appropriate lands bo check upon their op string around his waist on which silver relief for widows and orphans and for Crwa out of the Poetry and I De Garmo and the What does your any thing with it Yes yes eratiefts Is possible and those who em coins and two teeth perhaps lions men incapaciated by sickness or accident give me the mallet epitaph chisel lies the standing is not made of common under said sens The question Here will cut an honest Had it not sister say about me Bertie Bertie Dr Toothaker cheerfully which was fastened frorfi earning a livelihood jSky them are no doubt liable to and a red scarf to I see hig What is it good for a ques is always associations She said to day that she didnt think cavity in it must be hollow - rebiyy but in Burnian by the Gov a sheath of rawhide containing a long been for the large number of secret labor victim of dissipating which you can find tion which would abolish the rose and b rwCIt Another test by organizations in the country monopoly youd ever set the river on fire De need to have it filled sword like knife with heavy blade would long ago have under its ponderous whether your secret society is right or tr umphantly answered by the cabbage TMDeat lease to the Ruby syndicate seeing Ms And Garmo What confidence she has in mistake young Mr Cipher the irork will be conducted in a sys twenty iuches or more in length Many wheels ground the laboring classes into wrong is the effect it has on your secular Lowell me Of course she knows Tm too and went out and told 1 how can understand tMaftfciG BMuuier under the close su have well formed heads are intelligent an intolerable servitude occupation He who is false to present duty oreaks i It all such an institution a man can thread in the lom and will Had tha flaw honorable to do any thins of that a capital joke en th deatl5 The men who want the whole earth to throush arrig of skilled Europeans As in looking and seem active and strong r r kind Tid Bte hornscivee would have had it before this reach commercial success I know some vrbeix he may hare forgotten Its eautfa iaai9aa--imMie idJrUfi Cfer Sanger Midi Msf scter feftA hsir bfi5i business lft JBmcJitr hsv iv est tot a ft v the 5suUns teg thr Masel SiKEjr Herald1011 was vuuii- 6hoiraiatiie south Amer- - SECEET SOCIETIES great secret organizations ad 1e etm 3r ert ai -- i reMl f atArl rkr Iii great-grandchilre- B- al j gn bt ted Â¬ -- cg m ot ot - -- -- Â¬ Â¬ y -- Â¬ l J Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ ht - - five-vear-ol- ds Â¬ Â¬ five-year-- old Â¬ apogl ar4 gi t4 HE- - HaL x t - J2 - stt JF fcaff JTj jut T jmW T i3t jM S i sr 1- - s1 IP sr wz Z V wvrt SC - - - tJJMMhaM - ii T 1 S1 --- 3 - - - J u Bfc GKBHffiiHAtl 00F8K NEWS NOTES Rear Admiral Beel of the Preach navv HOME FARM AND GARDEN An Unhappy Family For a Cough or Sore Throat the beat raedi Frctie KEKTrnrv HI XMOKLlKSK j - - TOMC OF THE DAY to write latrjjit ka3fc kued wbkM Vs-- t a C seratT m leacaed ratHer late in ai Imw Tkw J Sataray ia the year from twelve noon to miBjght a holiday More tkfta 4000- The steamboat Clifton was ran down and r 17 pec eet ia tie earaiBgs of same by an unknown towboat at Glass 4mHcmi riBfiwwtsdudnglfxrch 1837 House Riffle seven miles below Pittsburgh W alXuxi 1BS5 Got of 111 lie other sight No one was hurt running Henry Livingston tufc 3j Hhirteec exhibit decrease thirteen stores In Newwho wasunder the England Base of the Great Overland and Pacific tk there must lc war Tea Coapaay has failed Liabilities 33 even- - iay jraet as tliere ianst bo 009 assets unknotvn trial at The the mwe sad swrtset 2ioTv tbxt there ia SCorrisjury in for Schwartz Watt Express IlL the murder of a Jteiwlt character from Eu- - Messenger Nlcoll returned a verdict of tfce JLgl Rassiatt borderJand gailty and both prisoners were sentenced JtaM Jmu iooette tie feat of ercite- - to the penitentiary for life Samuel C Shaefec late of Lancaster O oa trial at Independence Mo charged with BaWAjfcCxHferhiWca tic teaching attempting to bring about the murder of Blair a millionaire of 3mmoki tie puWic schools In Al- - John L discharged the other Blairtown N day for want J was WitrLirFBftftft- - aa k arranging for the j of evidence WHSyrPaSBftfl of sill mewspapers printed The Common Council of Bournemouth 5 Mrrloagrogc except German It is England at which placo ox Secretary 3fan t yet proposed to sake tie speaking ning is sojourning has adopted resolutions welcoming him and expressing wishes for 7recha crhsisal offense hut min his speedy recovery Mr Mannings cS ietai krreboea warned not to preach dition is much improved Charles H Yoang of New York nas toeKsk frt buwjFinancialtkiiigs Gtroni ikought ths prevcte lrom rif tie It is said that there Is a minimum of Plenty of loom fresh air and domestic happiness being enjoyed by 14 Bare Yea Foeastie BavarisSS Minister dean house to roost in are necessary the imperial family of Russia notwith Â¬ idThk cheapest way to get rid of a bore ef Justice died saddealy at Kunich of for fowls to thrive and keep free from lead him money Mihttnkee Journal standing the ties of mutat dangers disease jHonit and larm heart disease tie otaor day Sir TTflliaia lyroe Hackenham r C Potato Cakes Mash the potatoes The font of all the trouble is the Czat Good health llllimMMIHIIIMMMHUIIIIIIUm 3- - tie Earl of jLeogf rd died at London a and with milk thickened with flour himself who of late has developed if depends on few days age Ee was bora in 1S19 greater eccentricities of temper than pure blood Miles Searla of Sacramento has been apÂ¬ make into a thin batterj to every pint therefore to ever Bv far the severest sufferer is pelated by the Governor of California as add one cg Fry in small cakes keep well the Czarina who has not only to bear J Chief Justice of the State Supreme Court JSoslon Budget purify the her own burden but that of her senii Tie President has appointed George W blood by takÂ¬ In northern climates gardens and luuatic son Cikis of Philadelphia as a member of the whom she is ever defend- Â¬ ing Hoods Board of Visitors to the TTest Point 3ili orchards should be screened from the ing against his father The Grand it V Sarsaparflla cold winds by good hedges The pro-Â¬ jLry Acadcaiy This xncdi Dukes share in the general dissention The labor half holiday bill which passed tection thus afforded is much better cino pos- Â¬ and altogether a very painful slate of ia the New York legislature makes every than high walls Cincinnati Times IMMI J -- JZMjrf 46 jrtial -- -- best record ci gsB ad loss tie gorernrnent seems to ImM tkle to X61101 equare miles or 104 90813 acres If as is claimed bc acre tioroaghly tilled will subsist oo9 persos ti public domain alone wit sew stands is sufficient to 5p a popul tion a dozsu times as lsqge ae esrs is at present - Xcooszhxg- tc lie m yt rf Tsl C recommends the destruction Xaglfek sparrows and says that f lie life iird k a curse of such virulence to be sjstematicallj at tackod destroyed before it becomes to deplete the public treasury ece6sary foe tie parpose as has been done in iis report e Department of Agriculture in H Hxkkzhak orinthologist m tfctitoit ai tffeer cosaies -- tews tiat tie total number of German ixespe ia tie exterior zone of the west ecaf roatiec including Metz Strasburg XarlsraicTreiburg and Treves is 120 8 sent while in the interior xone Stuttgart Ulm Wurzburg JJasscldorf Frankfort and Baagtadt tie number is 115000 Tho t sUH HHHiber of guns is 582 THEocial return of the war office clislng Clge X Cft thej will not be allowed to attend school for three montis lie weather is inviting now for out door sports and disobedience is ifcc pries of liberty The Washington cioo boys will doubtless kill two birds viCi one pistol and gratify their taste for disobedience and for freedom The sciool board of Washington has Torbt4dca ppils to carryrevolvers If lhy disobey the order heen chosen secretary of tho Pacific Bail way Investigating Commission The President has made the following ap-Â¬ pointments Samuel F Bigeiow of New Jersey to be Uunited States attorney for New Jersey to be Consul of the United States Henry P Merritt of Illinois a Chemnitz Dr Hosea Ballon Eaton died Tuesday night last from blood poisoning contracted five years ago while engaged in profes- Â¬ sional duties He was president of the f Maine Homeopathic Society and vice the American Institute of Homeo pathy An Irish non commissioned officer of artillery who has been employed confidentially in tho ordnance office at Woolwich arsenal has been degraded and dismissed without a trial for selling secrets of the department A civilian accomplice was also dismissed Congressman Payson of Hlinois who is about returning to his home says There ought to be an extra session of Congress not later than the 1st of October and even that will not be m time toreUeve the country from the threat of a money panic that will necessarily follow the accumula-Â¬ tion of more than 12000000 each month in the treasury after the 1st of July A large delegation of representative men from Boston bad a hearing the other day before the inter State commerce commission on behalf of Boston interests All the speakers advocated the continuance of the old rates of transportation and the perma- Â¬ KEEPING ACCOUNTS nent suspension of the long and short haul clauses of the new law Among those who The Only Way In Whirli Farmers Can addressed the commission were Harvey Ascertain the Cost of Their Crop Mills of the Boston Albany George A A a farmer knew exactly the cost of Towers of ths Fitchburg road and Judge raising each kind of crop he could de Soule of the Boston Albany termin whether it would pa him bet- Â¬ presi-dent-oÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The person who goes into the chicken business expecting simply to throw feed and gather esrs will find the credit side of his account alarming- Â¬ ly small Farm Field and Stockman In ventilating a room open the win Â¬ dows at the top and bottom The fresh air rushes in one way while the foul air makes its exit the other thus you let in a friend and expel an enemy The carpets about the house may be made to last much longer and keep much fresher if occasionally on gener-Â¬ al sweeping daj- - the floor be well sprinkled with cornmeal and salt be- Â¬ fore commencing to ply that womans weapon the broom Our Country Some In a majority of cases hc orchard is the last location to bo given cultiva- Â¬ tion while very often tho supposition is that it sliould receive but little care The best results are only obtained from the orchard when it is kept in as good condition as possible not only by beÂ¬ ing trimmed and the suckers removed but a liberal application of fertilizers made to the ground Troy Times The Mirror says that although a single hen may lay two hundred eggs in a year occasionally yet in a flock all the sick overfed immature and aged hens are included the result be- Â¬ ing often less than one hundred eggs per year from each hen and the larger Uie flock the greater the risks hence those who venture on keeping larsre numbers of hens should not expect too much Xo use to grow perishable fruits and vegetables like peaches onions celery more than the family can con- Â¬ sume unless yon hare access to a near market It hardly ever pays to ship peaches to the large cities from way inland except perhaps from South- Â¬ ern sections in order to catch the early trade Work the home market for all it is worth Still it is always better to grow these articles in excess of the home needs than not stow cnourrh The surplus can always be put to some use The Czar who com- Â¬ pleted his forty second vear recently is with the exception of the baby King of opam tiie youngest ot European mon- Â¬ arch In the autumn His Majesty will join the ever increasing ranks of royal and imperial authors by publishing his diaries which are to be illustrated by Zicky the Hungarian artist London Letter m m affairs exists vv VAmsmx parcdonly by C I noon sesses cura tifo powers peculiar to Itself It Is also peculiar in that it builds np the system cre ates an appe tite while Is treUfctiowa to tha ladies of that city from thegreaioodsha has dead fe Meaas ef Lydia 33 PinkhaxVs YeeUbl Compoand She writes iirs Pirikhaia of a receat ia terestirg cass A young ioarried lady cams to ma suffering with a severs case et Prolapsus andUlceratioa She commenced taking the Compound and ia two months y restored In proof of this she sooa was found herself in aa iateresthigcoaditk Influenced by foolish friends she attempted to evade the responsibilities of maternity Aftorten or twelve dayashe came to ma again and sho was indeed in a most alarm ing stata and suffered terribly I gave her a table spoonful of tha compound every hour for eight hours until she fell asleep she awoke much relieved and evidently better She continued takmg tha ComÂ¬ pound and in dud- - season sba became the mother of a fino healthy boy Bat for tha timely use of the medicine she believes her TKBKAT life would have been lost Tocr Xr Xwt Goed 3L A Dauphin of Tailadalphk I S i V i --U-SJ v - J3 P - i Sll obm STOW V it xuCURErlK - Drarsbt lias Use eradicates disease teapeuf SI ftr let ITCHING PILES A M Concerning Blue Monday Hoods Sarsapsrilla la sold by all druggists Prft Co LottsU Mass IOO of 1XWLI prevalent in the sixteenth century UUIU1 ill111 Orisnallv called so from a fashion lltU UllUlCilUS Oil LUC Doses One Dollar ftROPSY U Hare treated Brpj and Its r SMEeALSAWASDEDTO day preceding Lent with blue colors The custom of making a holidaj of this particular Monday especially so far s those were concerned whose vo- Â¬ cations compelled them to work on the Sabbath was subsequently transferred to all Monday indiscriminately and although the excesses produced by the celebration of the day restdted in stringent enactments oil the subject and generally in the abolition of the custom it is however not yet entirely extinct in Europe and for a portion of the working classes the Blue Mon- daj still carries with it promises of en joyment and relaxation from labor According to other traditions the name originated from the revels during the Moudav holiday which generally left blue marks upon the faces of quarrel some persons St Louis Â¬ Â¬ Globc-Dcmo-cra- sacmsm unnosgo tr Backichs Weakneu Colds ia Uie CSt jV Cera Flcsritr IB mc wm V and all Aches aedstniss Bevxracllsluuona 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Street New York City Contractors for all kinds of Bolldin and Moan mental tork in Genuine Westerly and other high rade Granites Direct importers of Polished Cil umns Pilasters and Monuments in the Celebrated Scotch Ecd Granite ilstlmates promptly furnished QUARRIES AND WORKS KULLEJL SarsaQatM Elartratel HRQHS Oaia irawisr mranra C8n Calamaas T7utir Jenks had a queer dream the other night He thought ho saw a prize fighters ring and in tho middle of it stood a doughty little CURES WHERE ALL ELSE The Hew York Evening Post has been collecting statistics with a view to showing that the schoolmaster is very jbusy in the Hew South Some of lie figures are remarkable Thus the percentage of children in Texas who attend school is 79 against 72 in Ver oaont and the average daily attendance per cent is 73 in Florida and 69 in South Carolina against an average of 3 ia all theSew England States r composed of Chicago pitalists and United States army officers has purchased a tract of 5000000 acres lying in Coahuila Purango and Chihuahua in Northern Mexico The tract is traversed by the Mexican C n tral and also by the International road which Huntington is building from Eagle Pass to Laredo Of this tract 1000000 acres is tho finest cotton land in the country It is in the famous erN2iCATE A Laguna district The 2STew York Legislature is wrestÂ¬ ling with a bill to compel the savings banks of the State to publish the names of all depositors notheard of for twenty years 7 e theory is Unit thousands of depositors have accounts of which their friends and heirs are entitvly igÂ¬ norant and that Uie banks are uot at all industrious in hunting up the heirs of their dead or disappeared deposi- Â¬ tors The Uieory is supported wiUi a multitude of proofs m I Ah-- to business before wTe have reports of These disÂ¬ devastating cyclone comforts of summer seem to increase in frequency and violence each year Eastern Ohio has caught the initial blow this spring A drought prevailed in Illinois for six weeks and a few days ago the thermometer stood at ninety in the shade Such erratic weather with ttirrounding frosts and occasional polar waves are bound to siir up atÂ¬ mospheric convulsions The spring has hardly setUed down 1 to the fact Uiat Hie English sparrow is an intolerable nuisance and a curse It is fully demonstrated that he serves no ood purpose whatever He lives in filth revels in filth and scatters filth wherever he goes Our smaller song birds will not associate with him and where the sparrow abounds our own merry warblers are absent This English importation in song does not sqifal a bullfrog and his ceaseless nnis chatter chatter is an abominablego- snee Bah The sparrow must thing to Iljuustbeavcrv pleasant dispatch be the Czar of Russia A A Hun Â¬ from St Petersburg says garian band that was to play before the exÂ¬ Czar at St Petersburg had a novel to perience Each horn ras taken and pieces and searched for bombs i h fidaie strinsrs were minutely The American people are awakening E- - examined before Uie players ivereal i t rmenr before the Emperor before partnk It is said that the Czar those who have a meal makes ppared jt sit down In hi preenc Mt 9t H portion rtftiBfFUcc irof Jenks woke up laughing He accounts fcr C O D any FJLXMS WInd nealth Balle fsr any kind of City or your HuUdlne ter to give up some kinds altogether tho dream by tho fact that ho had just come Write for testimonials from Fnnn State Address HAIR WIss Bangs and WaTes seatprlcc lirtre Â¬ soUmxrtets for Sale S County hoonilnjr society MILES STANDISH Oty and where Wholesale and retail to tho conclusion after trying nearlv every POUTER IKON JiGOFING CO- - Cincinnati Ohio Wabash arCaicago On for stamp AXJsSC LESLIE WassiaatOB IwL B C Strehl CoI9f and use the fields for something else big drastic Speculations About tho Burial Place at the pill on the market that Pierces is not a difficult matter to keep an any Purgative Pellets easily knock out It Old Pilgrim Warrior The localities of the graves of two of tho account of the cost of the seed and the and beat all the rest hollow I most noted men in history one m the old value of the labor required for any in angling for Fishixo world the other in the nev Mcses tho particular crop and knowing this a a husband smacks aro used Tress Burlington Free Patriarch and Miles Stan disti tho Pilgrim man can readily determine from the are shrouded in mystery writes a Dux A Womans Sweot Will bury Mass correspondent of the Boston yield whether any profit has been She is prematurely deprived of hor charma Herald In the first instance it may have made If this account shows a los of face and form and made unattractive by 9W 3c pS been as the poet wrote aPPSaPHHWPPP4Vhwh m 111 YV J he will be prompted to examine critic- Â¬ the wasting effects of ailments and irregu- Â¬ uk JbVi filr To check larities peculiar her JCo man dug that scpulchcr ally the adaption of his land to his drain upon not toonly sex strength this her and And no man sair it eer crop his mode of tillage the quality health but upon her amiable qualities as For the angels of God upturned the sod and condition of his seed whether the well is her first duty This is safely and And laid the dead man there But ia the second case the location has fertility of his soil is too much exhaus Â¬ speedily accomplished by a course of self Â¬ Pretreatment with Dr Pierces been lost simply by carelessness and inat- Â¬ ted etc The farmer who keeps such scription a nervine and tonic Favorite of wonderful tention of those knowing the fact and efficacy and prepared especially for tho failing to impart it to others In later an account will be likely to make a alleviation of those suffering from d ragginjcars cuoru nave ueen aauu 10 CSiaousil careful study of every thing relating g-downweaknesspains sensations of nausea incident to women a bocn the place of burial of the old Pilsrnm war- Â¬ to the matter when he would give it and rior and as far as authenticity goes tho no consideration if he kept no account to her sex Druggists results have been diverse and discoura- Â¬ The premiums offered at fairs stimulate How to make a Maltese cross by Btep- ging the various spots claimed to be his the competitors to do their best in pro- Â¬ ping oa his tail Uoston Beacon Tho following words in praise of Dn Pierces Favorite Prescrittiox as a remedy for those delicate diseases and last resting place being scattered over at peculiar to women must be of interest to every sufferer from sneb maladies They are fair samples of tho spontaneous duction and the examination of the least a square mile Probably the most X Kloody Affray expressions with which thousands give utterance to their sense of gratitude for the inestimable booa of Health which has been direct tradition concerning the subject is exhibits stimulates all those who at- Â¬ is often the result of bad blood in a fami-Â¬ restored to them by th6 use of this world famed medicine the following derived from Miss Uarohno tend It is thus that fairs have au im- Â¬ ly or community but nowhere is bad blood Mrs Sophia F Boswnx White CettaocCU John E Seoar of Zlilluxbcck Ya writes B Hall a descendant of Captain Standish proving effect upon destructive I took eleTen bottles of your Fa- Â¬ Threw Away writes Prescription and one bottle ot your My wife had been suffering for two or three farm products mora in the humanof happiness and health system When tha life vorite than in the seventh generation whose brother years with female weakness and had paid Pellets Fani doing my work and have been Her out one hundred dollars to phvsicians with Â¬ James Hall collected much of the histor- Â¬ The managers of fairs see the necessity current is foul and slugsh with impuri- Â¬ employ help lor for some time I have had tocoinmencedtak-in- gTkrowkAwayj out relief She took Dr Pierces Favorite ties and is sowiy distributing its posons ical knowledge we now possess relative to of requiring a careful account of tho to every part of tha body tho peril to Supporter about sixteen years before I had to wear a Prescription and it did her more good than your medicine I have his ancestor cost of the product exhibited This health and hfo even is imminent Eiriy all the medicine triven to her bv the nbvsi- suDDorter most of ths tLe thai have laid cians during- the three years they bad been practicing upon her About sixteen years ago Benjamin forms a mode of comparison for other symptoms are dull and drowsy feelings aside and feel as well as I ever did Mrs George Herder of HVestfield y T Prior a once wealthy ship builder of farmers They find severe headaches coated ton uepoor appeÂ¬ that the larger the tite indigestion and general lassitude De- Â¬ Vn drx iKrvT rif TViMiirrt Citltnrn Ca I was a great sufferer leucor Duxbury died in the alms house Somo The Greatest writes bearing down pains and from contin- Â¬ Your Favorite pain rhea writes It Works 3Iich worked wonders in my case Prescription Â¬ years before his death he informed Mrs crop the less it costs per bushel or per lay in treatment may entail the most seriually across ray back Throe bottles of your has ous consequences Dont let disease get a Having taen Ruth Hall daughter of Oliver Standish hundred and the heavier the animal at strong hold on your Again she Earthly Boohj Favorite Prescription restored me to per Â¬ Wonders tles of tho writes Prescriptioa several bot Â¬ constitution but treat I haTe reÂ¬ Favorite fect health I treated with Dr for and mother of the present Miss Hall that a given age the less it cost pur hun- Â¬ yours Â¬ by using Dr Pierces Golden Meditrained mv health wonderfully to the astonish nine months without receivinir anv benefit Captain Standish was interred in the old The Favorite Prescription is the greatest earthly boon to us ment of myself and friends I can now be o- ay feet all cay cal Discovery and be restored to the bless- Â¬ cemetery at South Duxbury nearly op- Â¬ dred pounds Every farmer who keeps ings of health Al druggists poor suffering women attending to the duties of my household posite the Prior homestead Mrs Hall an account vf his crops and the cost of noted the fact at the time and since her growing his animals is compelled to Toxgue tied women do not always decease some years lago the memoran- Â¬ see this It is the small crops and the make the best wives Many times women call on their family physicians suffering as they Imagine one from dyspepsia another Irom heart disease dum has been found Mr Prior said that slow growing animals that cost the another from liver or kidney disease another from nervous exhaustion or prostration another with pain here or there ana la his father had told him of the burial he most Kuduraiicc of Society People this way they all present alike to themselves and their easy going and indifferent or over busy doctor separate and distinct diseases having learned it in turn from his father A prominent society lady cf Washington for which he prescribes his pills and potions assuming them to be such when in reality they are all only symptoms caured b7satn Keeping strict account of every thins being asked by the Prince of Wales hy who said that he attended the funcrai womb disorder The phvsician itmorant of the cause of Buffering encourages his practice until large bilia are made Hie suffencar patient cets no better but probably worse by reason of the deiay wrong treatment and consequent complications A proper medicine and further said that the grave was also shows farmers that their farms is it you people litre manifest so Jlittle fatigue from dancing receptions etc relike Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription directed to the cause would havo entirely removed tho disease thereby dispelliix all tcosa marked by two three cornered stones ono really pay better than they have gften plied Wny you see wo Americans re- Â¬ distressing symptoms and instituting comfort instead of prolonged misery at the head and one at the foot Tho them credit for They seldom credit gain the vitality waited in these dissipa- Â¬ Mrs E F Morgan of JVo 71 Lexington St A Marvelous Cutc Mrs G F Spragcx Priors were all long lived Benjamin dy-Â¬ the farm with Vhat is bj- Physicians East Boston Mas- - says Five years ago 1 was troubled writes Jealous of Crystal Mielu lencorrhea I and falling ofwith consumed in the tions using Dr Barters Iron Tonic ing at the age of ninety five years and was a dreadful sufferer from uterine troubles tho female weakness family This is of course a larpre Having exhausted the skill of three phy- Â¬ WARrARE--corne- d Failed being noted for his remarkable memory to keep beef and hard tack for seven years so I Doctors wombgood part of the time haddoctored my bed was completely discouraged and so sicians I with aa for a I What is consumed in tho famii of events Merchant Traveler The intervening 231 years item weak I could with difficulty cross the room cu i I muaus uu i since the death of Standish Octobers is as valuable as a like amount sold began taking Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and of money butjinny ul uiueicuu fuj benefit At ciu my su alone I husband last received no lasting treatment for 50c Pisos using the local treatment recommended in his Common Sense persuaded mo to try your medicines which I wa3 loath to do 3 months 1655 can be bridged bv three people hav-Â¬ When the Medical Adviser I commenced to improve at once In three becauso I was prejudiced against ithem and the doctors sail ing an average age of seventy seven years for home farmer gives prober credit Remedy for Catarrn Sold by drccsiste months I was perfectly cured and have had no trouble since I they would do me no good I finally told my husband that if consumption he will be bet- Â¬ Priors house stood nearly opposite the wrote a letter to my family paper briefly mentioning how my he would get me some of your medicines I would try then The difference between the lover and trie cemetery and such an event as the ter reconciled with his profits sis a health had been restored and offering to send the full particulars against the advice of my physician He got mo six bottles of tne epicure is one lives to love and the other e to any one writing me for them aiul enclosing a Favorite Prescription also six bottles of the Discovery for burial of Standish would he remembered whole National Lire Stock Journal loves to live for reply I have received over four hundred letters ten dollars I took three bottles of Discovery sad four of by the family The cemetery referred to is In reply I have described my case and the treatment used Favorite Prescription and I have been a sound woman for four a short distance west of Halls corner and have earnestly advised them to do likewise From a great years- - I then gave the balance of tho medicine to my sister who Some men are so hard headed that soften- Â¬ MONEY IN TURKEYS many I have received second letters of thanks stating that they was troubled in the same way and she enred herself in a short South Duxbury less thanthree lourths of ing of the brain would improve them X had commenced tho use of Favorite Prescription had sent the time I have not had to take any mediciae now for almost of tho old sol- Â¬ Flow to Get a Tsxtr Start In Raisin Thesr a mile from th3 residence O Picayune 150 required for the Medical Adviser and had applied the four years Profitable Bird dier A rough post and rail fence incloses local treatment so fully and plainly laid down therein and were in schools and already much better Fish are generally found it on three sides while the fourth next Whether it is better t buy a pair or like all scholars they are inclined to play to the street is bounded by a pretty rus- Â¬ trio of turkeys or a sitting of egjr3 to hookey Boston Pa tic fence of cedar Its area is less than begin with depends upon circum- Â¬ an acre and the surface is overgrown The treatment of many thousands of cases cures nausea weakness of stomach indiÂ¬ In pregnancy Favorite Prescription take your part sis as is a mothers cordial relieving nauses of those chronic weaknesses and distressing gestion bloating and eructations of gas with rank uncared for grass interlaced stances and chief among tho circum- Â¬ boyFll always he robbed his little sisterthe of said when As a sootliinsr and strengthening weakness of stomach and other distressing ailments peculiar to females at the Invalids tangled blackberry vines There aro stances is the amount of money j ou with Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo X Y nervine Favorite Prescription is un- Â¬ symptoms common to that condition If her portion of the gingerbread Yi Y no boundaries to lots interments having Can put into the turkey business has afforded a vast experience in nicely equalled and is invaluable in allaying and its use is kept up ia the latter months cf If ledger adapting and thoroughly testing remedies subduing nervous excitability irritability gestation it so prepares the system for deÂ¬ been made in little groups various clus- Â¬ you have the money to put into spasms rood lessen for the cure of womans peculiar maladies exhaustion prostration hysteriasymptoms livery as to greatlyaway and many times stones bearing the names of ters of slate j oun man is with the st aeriegs nervous almost entirely do Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and other distressingupon stock by all means buy a pair or trio to When a ladjhe is a sortpaying attention Winslow Alden Cushman and Brewster a joung of court plaster functional and of that trying crdcaL is tho outgrowth or result of this peat commonly attendant Thousands of organic disease of the womb It induces JCeie JIavm 2etn descendants of the Mayflower band A of thoroughbred turkeys it not then Favorite Prescript Hj5 when taken and valuable experience a testimonials received from patients and refreshing sleep and relieves mental anxÂ¬ in connection with the use of Dr Pierce noticeable feature is the lack of epitaphs buy a Mtting of egg from some relia- Â¬ Golden 3ledical Discovery and small laxa Â¬ from physicians who havo tested it in the iety and despondency term in tho It isnt necessary on the stones some of which date back to ble breeder Purgative PeUcts Dr Or vou can make a jrooc house of correction to serve a to be a good more airgravated and obstinate cases which Br Pierces Favorite Prescription tive doses of Pills Pierces iiver Kidney and m order cures the end of the sixteenth century and aro start by bu ing some had bathed their skill prove It to Ikj the is a legitimate medicine- - carefully Little Liver kuiiiihi turke proof reader Chicwjo Journal most wonderful remedy ever devised for compounded by an experienced and skillful Bladder diseases Their combined tae also embellished with smiling cherubs with the relief and cure of suffering women It physician and adapted to womans dolicato removes blood taints and Jtbolishes can Â¬ parted and curled geometrically and hens which you can got at market hair i3 not recommended as a cure all but organization It i3 purely vegetablo in its cerous and scrofulous humors from the It is now asserted that the human race is wings where ears are usually placed prices and a thoroughbred gobbler as a most perfect Specific for womans composition and perfectly harmless in its system 240000 years old No wonder tho hair is Favorite Prescription is toe only effects in any condition of the systcm peculiar ailments One comical combination is a skull with But in deciding how much you can all wore off tho top of its head Danville avonto rrescnpuou is a post- - medicinea for women sold uy crcggts As a powerful invisorating- tonic wings That many older graves afford to spend to begin with you Breeze cherubs positive snaranJec from tee it imparts strength to the whole system tivo cure for the most complicated and I under unmarked by stones exist is shown by the should take more than one manufacturers that it wu give sansfftc- nnd to the uterus or womb and ita ap-- obstinate cases of lencorrhea or whites be- reÂ¬ thins into case or Merelt a slip of the pen apologized pendages in particular For overworked excessive flowing at monthly periods pain- - tion ia every guarantee money will printed numerous depressions wvere the earth been worn out run down deDuitated teacn Ii mi menstruation unnatural suppressions funded This wrapper hasJaitofcuy carÂ¬ The first cost of a trio the owner of a pig who was doing his besJ bocy had moldered consideration had settled after the and ers milliners dressmakers seamstresses prolapsus or falling of the womb weak on the bottle many years larjce fertile to destroy the symmetry of a neighbors of thoroughbred turkeys nun-- seem into dust housekeepers nursinar moth back female weakness anteversion re-Â¬ ried out fcr shoD srirls garden plats Exchange 100 or six kettles lor ers and feeble women generally Dr troversion bearing down sensations chron Â¬ ficu doses In Standishs will dated Duxborrow large to you but bear in mind that the Pierces Favorite Prescription is the great- ic congestion Inflammation and ulcerationÂ¬ 500 and presented for returns in the fall will be larger than March the 7th 1655 S3Send tea cents la stamps for Dr Toilet cream is not a dairy producL est earthly boon being unequalled as an of the womb inflammation pain and ten probate by Captain James Cud worth M ay they would if you commenced with appetizimr cordial and restorative tonic It derness in ovaries accompanied with in- Â¬ Pierceson large illustrated Treaties Q pages Diseased of Women My will is Fighting chants war songs Boston promotes digestion and assimilation of food ternal heat 41657 the testator states out of my whole estate ray funeral common turkeys or with only a sittinjr BuUttin WORIiBS DISPENSARY MEDICAIi ASSOCIATION No 663 Mail Street SCFFAX It X Address that charges be taken out and my body to be of eggs From a trio of breeding stock The toothless invader the baby Life iract your If ye cxrsut buried in decent manner and if I die at you ought to be able to raise at least a sad at DR-my body to be laid as near as twenty fire turkeys and a good many Duxborrow boaae k for Jokes about tailors can scarcely be called Â¬ a sssaLAvajConventlv may bee to my two dear daugh- of these can probably be sold for con- Â¬ on seamiy levity arcalarof Isstracuons 2K Srolwy JCetr Tonu J a ters Dora Standish my daughter and siderably above market prices es- Â¬ He does a driving business the cabman CAU-VXSH-nl- a Mary Standish my daughter-in-lar good ay JIratteM I fcaaswia Inthe center of the cemetery is a grave pecially if you are fortunate enough to --Life faniaed lfrteYxxxTrsx330aaeslleW shaped get the first thoroughbred turkeys in marked bv three sided pyramidal A xsw spark arrester a female fire brig- TO S A BAT stones at the head and foot while two your vicinity Fanners are beginning ode Columbus Dispatch TREE liBescotBBdertbeoorseifert YrU depressions close at hand indicate of this country use over thirteen mllioi cakes of BSXHSTSSUSrr KB3 iMKJMSCai8ailrW other grave to find that there is mony in turkeys old this How to make both ends meet dont buy other ancient graves How seems to bear and within the next two jears good any bone Detroit Free Brest mav be is not known but it Gambles Lenox Soap in 1880 Procter Its un Â¬ breeding stoek will be in better de-remarkably AvricrisKjxAf whet wHrrnrs out the tradition m The dude is oleomargarine to the mac wiitM age the stones and the two i maud than it has for orae years psit tts s r doubted j Whitehall Tim understand why Buy a cake of Lenox and you will seem so ma en circum- Frairi Fanner KIhb in ticri all w tantial evidence pomunuxo 1 aPA 1 -- champion who xnotand deliberately knocked over ono by one a score or more of big burly looking fellows as they advanced to the attack Giant3 as thoy were in size tho valiant pigmy proved moro than a match for them It was nil so funny that BestComrh in tune WrXI Tastes Id by drmnrists s WESTERLY PETXSHEAD SI Scotland FXKE WATER and UCHTVXX6 IROOF OOF1NC Bik H m Officers pay bounty prokECift IIC cured deserter relieved MlIvvilW 21 Tears nractlce Sncccss or no fee Write for circulars and new laws A W MCCOR suck SOX Cincinnati C Washington DC ajf The CerreapBdeat tua S coa paper devoted tc marnsce or correspon Â¬ taln about SO requests in each Issuef dents J o charge foradTertlsinMalled iTsonthsicr Cd Correspondent Cincinnati O IQS ITlKRii V I MM T a 10c silver The sreak-nesses -- ssoo r-- -- - TREATING THE WRONG DISEASE 3 siamped-cn-velop- THE OUTGROWTH OP A VAST EXPiaEHENCSa - w Why did the Women 3n RUPTURE Ml f- - 5 St-3-sBrtS1- m t - - a - - r i i A c ailei Stsudiik St j f T- rfS Z -- T tr -- a - I la IP tit FRESH STOCK jig dwfcseoYered Domestics jBotk eten Woolens or Stale MPCUIRE In ARE NOW RECEIVING AND OPENING THE FINEST STOCK OF ROSE IS vf - 6661 ii NEW STYLES Drew CKxdsllillfQrr WMte Good c wMA Our Spring ad Goods aow arirhig comini V Amoag the roods offer ed by this new firm there are rk -- r- - Thought elsewhere Style EresiC Clean and Sold Cheaper than can be gains remember to call on jicGuire Bose Hazel rreen Ky They give em Styles but every thing is are superior to aar erer offer ed in the mountains wfchk Slits a Â¬ For BarÂ¬ Ever brought into the Mountains and having purchased them for SPOT CASH we are enabled to give our natrons BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT and ON EVERYTHING HcGUIRE BOUGHT OF US ROSE Hiai Smi Ky School Claims State Claims Live Stock and Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods MASONIC TEMPLE MT STERLING KY Amd tE SmI Pnftt rule we work te ad if yol want to sare money it will pay to call on McGllire ft Sose Hazel Greco Ky - 0 r K yK -- Is of wrought iron and will last a lifev time It has a large oven fire clay back HAZEL GREEN KY and nickel trimmings It is the equal WEDNESDAY HAY 18 1887 of the St Louis Home Comfort ranges which sold at 65 and 70 or any other ALSO DELERS VR range made If you want a first class files Bummers Swages Emery Wheels Leather and Gum Belting DEMOCRATIC TICKET cooker good for coal or wood made at Louisville where repairs can be had get Our Circular Saw stand at the head of the market on their merits hi Morkmannhlp For Goversor S B Bnckner toughiieHH and ehtnttcity of temper and quality of steel AltH a full the Gold Dust a six hole range with 30 line of French Band Saws in stock of our own importation lieutoBftnt Gorernor Jas W Bryan gallon tank and all the vessels at 50 and Attorey General P W Hardin LARGE CIRCULAR SAWS A SPECIALTY 58 We offer it as the cheapest and tAndifcor Fayette Hewitt Work fully warranted and at Rock Bottom Prices Send for Price List with Best Discounts beat range in the world and you would Trewsrer J W Tate pay 60 and 65 for it if some smooth 7 Vine 861 CINDINNAT O Speristenc2nt Public Instruction tongued agent were to present its merits Day Hazel Green Ky for new work or saws for repair will be promptly forwarded to us Bent to J T All orders Joseph Deafest Picket at your door You save ten dollars by and will have our best attention F my41y Register Thoe H Corbett buying it directly of the sole agent D B Garrison Masonie Temple Mt SterPer State Senator 34tli District ling Ky where the cheapest stoves in All the towns about us are holding Hon R M PIERATT Kentucky are sold meetings looking to tho introduction of Of Ezel Morgan Coaaty railroads and unless Hazel Green wants The Meikle plow is the cheagest and to be left out in the cold it is time for Fer SepreseatatiTe best plow in this market Call and seo her to awake to her interests in this matM OLIVER JAS it D B Garrison 3It Sterling ter As certain aB guns are iron we can Of SCenife eoaair get a railroad if we will make an effort Decorated China Dinner and Tea goods 5000 come infrom 650 railroads are certain REPUBLICAN TICKET Sete the money to full lineBestdishes to That section and that verytosoon there Said a great man but why afflict the dog if he dont needÂ¬ of A for this it Yet many persons read an almanac where various discheapest in Kentucky can be no doubt The only question for For Goreraor Wm O Bradley D B Garrison Mt Sterling us to determine is shall we have one of eases are described and symptoms given that will almost ODoberty out of them or shall we be compelled to drive convince a WELL man that he is AWFU LY Attorney Genaral Jonn W Feland Hoes Hakes Axes Picks Long Shov- Â¬ ten or more miles for our goods shipped whack Treaearer J B Puryear and they are ready to buy Something to Take els D Shovels and Garden Forks cheap by rail Auditor B D Davis regardless of reai NEED A diseased liver is the seat of Sapt Public Instruction W H Chil Â¬ at D B Garrisons Mt Sterling a meeting of the board of trustees TelithH of the diseases of the flesh At lers That tired nervous rest-Â¬ Stoves and Ranges Hardware Locks last Saturday night it was ordered that Eegieter T J Tinsley up as prompt- Â¬ Cutlery Hinges Nails Bolts Tools all obstructions such as wood piles c less feeling that goes to bed with you and Hoes Rakes Plain Dishes Tinware be removed from the streets and the as the rooster crowing and sticks closer than a brother Elsewhere will be found some valua Glassware etc at lowest cash prices marshal was instructed to enforce the ly something to overcome it A nasty tells you that you ble information about the oil belt of Ma Â¬ Call and see us D B Garrison Mt order goffin which ia not generally known to Sterling aloe coated pill makes you gag to THINK of it You cant Revs A F Erb J T Pieratt and IT jhe oatade vrorld and the facts cited Lanterns with dash board attachment Now listen We havent any H Little of the Christian Church will bear the THOUGHT of it present a strong argument for the build Â¬ the best thing out at begin a meeting at Jackson on the Sat Â¬ great discovery by Indians but we have a SMALL sugar ing of railroad and insure a prosper Â¬ D B Garrisons Mt Sterling urday before the fifth Sunday in May ous buaness to the line first constructed coated Pellet that the most delicate may take a combination to the section indicated The lands re- Â¬ The handsomest Chamber Sets ever Next Friday and Saturday the able of VEGETABLE remedies the work of one of the best ferred to are almost immediately upon made as well as the cheapest ranging bodied citizens of Hazel Green between the main route of the Charleston Ken from 250 to 20 for a ten piece set sixteen and fifty years of age are or-Â¬ educated Physicians in this country a formulas that we will tacky and Western railroad and it looks Call and see them dered to work the streets you NEED a give any Physician desiring it to ns like it would be another great in Â¬ D B Garrison Mt Sterling centive for the building of that line An interesting communication from Pillltry these Coupled with the iron ores coking coal Henry L Godsey our former townsman Step Ladders four foot 125 bix CINCINNATI O Proprietors cannel coal glass sand timber resources foot 150 eight foot 175 at a3 2Sold by all Merchant- who is now at Centre College Danville building stone c the oil of that sec will appear next week D B Garrisons Mt Sterling tiou would give a railroad all the freight it could possibly handle But an even- TJarbed annealed and galvanized wire The carding machine of H D Sprad CO RICHARD HANKS p ater reason to push the road to com- at lowest prices and everything else at ling is prepared to make good rolls at 6 would be the immense number of lowest rates cents a pound and he invites the public Stetioa would give employment to The WHOLESALE DEALERS IN it patronage 114 J D B Garrison Mt Sterling coal would have to be mined the timber cat and sawed into lumber the oil and Horse Shoes and Horse Nails Rasps The examination at Hazel Green Acad gas wells developed c and aforce ade Â¬ and Farriers Knives and Hammers at emy will be conducted on Friday and on quate to the work would number twenty 4 Friday night there will be an exhibition D B Garrisons Mt Sterling Ky Hxe or thirty thousand laborers The wages paid this number of men along a The following is a list of the letters Center and Smalley will begin wool read running through Kentucky would remaining in the postoflice at Hazel carding at Campton about May 2G and ANJ zaake money plentiful and the country Green uncalled for all work will give satisfaction prosperous No longer would the moun Â¬ CaptH Pulliam 4A D Spencer 2 u tains be placed in the list of pauper coun- Â¬ w JB jviorgai All subscribers names will hereafter be UeOerson llncley ties hat we should stand at the head in Wm Woodwrard dropped when their time expires without D C Clark point of wealth and prosperity Again H L Fate further notice j J N Byrd No UNION STSEETS TEISD SACS coupling our immense resources with a David Dennis i Wm Davis direct route to the seaboard and a ready C C Everet Miss MaggioHoward The Campton carding machine will be j market It is almost beyond comprehen Â¬ Mrs Lizzie Hill ready for work by May 2Gth J F Hill sion to estimate the wealth that would Persons calliag for above letters will nfily aClv flow into this section and as no county please say advertised Died In this county Saturday May tH Mirr ma Ji richer in material resources Wolfe J H Evans P M 14 Mrs Minerva Walters Wlf 1 V i WiTlM H I would wade in wealth knee deep and wipe i f mvAVj her perspiring brow with Government The Effects of Mental Exhaustion An interesting letter from Lost Creek Many diseases especially those of the is crowded out bonds Of course the stock holders Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in would reap a rich harvest from a road of nervous system are the products of daiBest Goods at lowest prices at W T Ibis kind and lucky indeed will be the ly renewed mental exhaustion Business Youths Boys and 103 citizen county or corporation that can avocations often involve an amount of Caskevs Childrens secure afew shares of the stock the more mental wear and tear very prejudicial to shares the more shekels will be the se- physical health and the professions if AND J A TAULBEE arduously pursued are no less destruct quel ive to nerve tissue It is one of the most Mr Eeuben Patrick of Magoffin important attributes of Hostetters Stom-Â¬ called in to see us while en route home ach Bitters that it imparts new energy Jackson Breathitt County No 611 Main Street 10 Summer St Iroxn the Republican convention and to the brain and nerves The rapidity KENTUCKY subscribed to The Herald In reply to with which it renews weakened mental Louisville Kv Boston Mass a question about the oil boom in his coun Â¬ energy and physical virtility is remarkaTine Street ty he stated that he had heard very little ble and shows that its invigorating pro of the highest order Besides B of itfor some time and gave it as his perties are Represented by opinion that the laud leased was more increasing vital stamina and counteract- Â¬ ARTISTIC Blackburn for speculation than for development of ing the effects of mental exhaustion this ja61y a201y oil and gas He says that in his imme- Â¬ potential medicine cures and prevents fe diate neighborhood there are 5000 acres ver and ague rheumatism enronic dys G H Dean Kite H Y and return to us and we will Pollard of unencumbered land which contains pepsia ana constipation xidney and ut Mil J Aft LA k send you free homething of both oil and gasin abundance In proof erine wearaess ana otner complaints MAKERS great value and importance to you that will Importers and Wholesale Dealers in of his assertion he told of a well that Physicians also commend it as a medicastart you in business which will bring you HAZEL GREEN KY was put down 300 feet in 1861 for oil ted stimulant and remedv Arc prepared to make to order in a huprrior in more monev right away than anything which shot a stream of water and oil Anyone can do the work Rtyle and on short notice Ladies and Gents else in the world Campton Frenchburg and West Lib- Â¬ and live at home Either sex all ages Somefifty feet high It was not a pipe stem Fine Shoes and Boots in latest styles and erty stream either but about three inches in Now have all held railroad meetings of best material Repairing will receive thing new that just coins money for all see what Hazel Green can do prompt attention and prices on all work be workers We wifl start you capital not let us diameter It continued to flow in this needed This is one of the genuine imporand let us have a meeting tomorrow reasonable Call and see us way for about a year when it became tant chances of a lifetime Those who are night We must tike some steps look- Â¬ ap271y CUMMINS SON clogged up from neglect and no atten Â¬ ambitious and enterprising will not delay ing to the development of our cannel tion has since been paid to Co Graud outfit free Address TRUK It is on Augusta Maine the land of Wm L Hurt and in close coal and other resources proximity to the burning springs on the Far better than the harsh trearment of All persons wanting blacksmithing of any Burning Fork of Licking Mr fPATRiCK medicines which horribly gripe the pa- Â¬ or all kinds wagons made or repaired bug- J T GEVEDON THE JEWELER says that any man or corporation mean Â¬ tient and destroy the coating of the stom- gies spring wagons plows stocked cutting Northwest corner Pearl and BEST GOODS FOB IKAST MONEY ing business can secure liberal leases on ach Dr J H McLeans Chills and Fe colters turning plows repaired plows made Walnut Streets this land but the holders of it will not ver Cure by mild yet effective action and laid hoes mattocks and horses shod I am how located near BONNY KY and call on let to any one except for practical pur- will cure Sold at 50 cents a bottle by in the best styleDAVI8 ITazel Green Ky am prepared to repair WATCHES JEWEL TYLER RY SEWING MACHINES CLOCKS 4c poses G B Swango Hazel Green and J N Charges reasonable and work warranted I a6 6m Vaughn Campton can live at home and make more handle the Best Rolled Plate Jewelry such That energetic handsome and whole c If for more money than at Lace Pins Scarf YOU anything elseat workworldup Capital as Bracelets solid gold ring I Pins save you souled public spirited citizen James H can in the you want u Let everybody interested in railroads Lacy on Monday last repaired the plank come to the meeting tomorrow night not needed you are started free Both sex money In fact it you want a silver or gold walk on Upper street and for so doing Recent developments in railroad circles es all ages Any one can do the work watch or clock or anything in rav line you WITH of me has the thanks of the townsfolk In lead us to believe that Hazel Green can Large earnings sure from first start Costl surely will save money by purchasing PhotoBetter not delay I shall keep hand and terms this connection we will state that we be now get a railroad by a little effort and outfit you nothing freesend us your address graph Albums onSchool fine Bibles I also to Costs lieve Mr Lacy would marry if he could every man who owns a foot of land or and find out if you are wise you will do so keep for sale Dr A T Books ic Smiths Liniments secure a prize in the matrimonial market other property about Hazel Greeri should at once II Hallett Co Portland Me and Beautifying and Healing Soap Just and marriageable ladies should consider make an effort to secure a road if possible try this soap if you want your skin to look pretty I also keep the best sewing machine the matter for the one getting him will H oil and needles I will attend the Hazel find him a handy man to have around Frequently accidents occur in the Green Stock Sales and the West Liberty household which cause burns cuts sprains S3 Courts Underexposure to cold winds rain and bruses for use in such cases Dr i jj5SAny one trading with me to amount bright light or malaria may bring on in Â¬ J H M cLeans Volcanic Oil Lini ment IS THE PLACE TO BUY of 10 at one time will receive The Herald flammation and soreness of the ej es Dr has for many years been the constant as a present H McLeans Strengthening Eye Salve Jubdue the inflammation cool and soothe favorite family remed Sold by G B Watches Clocks Jewelry one rearT GEVED ON Jeweler Bonny Ky J Repairing n Specialty h Swango Hazel Green and J N Vaughn 637 West Main Street Charges reasonable and work warranted the nerves and strengthen weak and uampton T F CARR Respectfully failing Eye Sight 25 cents a box- - Sold A gentleman of this place authorizes Vaughn Campton us to say that he will give the first rail Â¬ a61y TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK road running into Hazel Green 100 acres There will be a meeting of the citizens of good timber land provided said rail- Â¬ But buy Kellys STEEL axe It is the most of Hazel Green and vicinity tomorrow road shall run a locomotive over the road MT STERLING KY perfect axe made Also buy STEEL horse WUrmnbi uLAoOiare now prepared to evening to take steps towards demon within eighteen months from date We shoes They will outwear iron And use urnish all classes with employment at home strating in a practical way the amount believe there are others who will do the STEEL nails They cost the same as iron the whole of the time or for their spare For sale in Hazel Green by of coal we have in this section same and if so we would like to hear moments Business new light and profitÂ¬ G B SWANGO and to extend railroad projectors an in from them able PerFonB of either sex easily earn from M BIGSTAFF President J 50 cents to 5 per evening and a proportion vitation to visit us W T CASKEY ate sum by devoting all their time to the Persons who lead a life of exposure F McGUlRE W W THOMSON Cashier business Boys and girls earn nearly as much jc - To any person who will trade with me are subject to rheumatism neuralgia and as men That all who see this may send Co their address and test the business wc make Chiles Thompson i amount of 10 cash I will send lumbago and will find a valuable reme- Â¬ DIRECTORS MT STERLING KY Xhe Herald free for one year Or to dy in Dr J H McLeans Volcanic Oil this offer To such as are not well satisfied ray one owing me ten dollars or over Liniment it will banish pain and sub- Â¬ James Chorn we will send one dollar to pay for the trouAndrew Fesler Agents for Fa3tcrn Kentucky wLb will pay it off in full I will send due inflammation Sold by G B Swango ble of writing Full particulars and outfit Co J T Highland OLD PAPERS FOR SALE at this Free Address Geokge StixsoN ja81y The Herald free for one year Hazel Greeri arid J N Vaughn Camp Dr E E Drake Portland Jlaine at 40 Cents per 100 Swango mr341y GB ton Â¬ fe Mf Year Always In JMvcuec Editoe SSCES COOPER Hazel Geeen Herald the Thousand of Thisgs There Sold So Cheap by O B Garrison THE GOLD DUST BAKGE BUY THE BEST Manufacturers of Best English Steel Circular and Long SAWS Water Street JOHNSTON OPUS SOLD Â¬ and Â¬ Â¬ Throw Physic Dens Are iirst class in Material Workmanship and Methods of Construction They are- - nnriTled in power and beauty of tone and in genuine excellence far surpass all organs of other makes ever offered in our country-- OVER 80000 Â¬ UeBtefiaat-Governor-M- at ges Â¬ lEED c P CALVERT If CO LITER LOUIS STIX 00 WHOLESALE 5 29 Vine Street NOTIONS Cincinnati itf Hardman Pianos Chickering Pianos Emerson Pianos Star Pianos Gilbert Pianos Arion Pianos and the matchless Johnston Organs Write for Catalogues and Prices 1 CINCINNATI D S JOHNSTON 58 West Fourth Street CO Abe Bloch Mens Co nwiiHimi ii ii aJimf Wholesale and Retail Dealers CINCINNATI O Â¬ Â¬ TR Physician and Surgeon Boots Shoes 1 G B SWAN CO DEALER IX f Â¬ Â¬ Cummins - Son 122 Cincinnati O J GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A TXTLL ASSOBTEEST mu OF Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ it Queensware Glassware Lamps c5 Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Redy made Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer Â¬ ies Stoves and Farming Implements In fact everything usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOM PRICES Also will take in exohange for Goods or in payment of any debt du me all kinds oi Country Produce and Live Stock of every description NOTICE Decorated Dinner Tea and Chamber Ware CINCINNATI Â¬ TRIMBLE BROTHERS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J CLARKE Wholesole Grocers MT STERLING KY P Â¬ Â¬ i I Sievers Carson LiCiL Respectfully Invite the Mountain Merchants to Examine their Stock and Prices before purchasing J L DunlapIJ B Punlap SW G Barrett DO IT ML LOUISVILLE DUNLAP BR0S1C0 BRINKLEY GRUBBS DEAXXKS IN cael Â¬ Saddlery 728 Saufllery Harness c IN Stove s lii Mr of Tinners Stock Mantek Etct And Manufacturers Mag- - SHEET IRON ANT DEALERS SADDLERY HARDWARE and 730 W Main St Plata Slantpwe 662 Wist Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY Benresented by BOB XUNELLY a 26 iy -- 3 a5 6m LOTJISVILLEY i Street 201 to 203 7thiSW akd ui Jipanti 7i c tffeS y - - A j-- o -- tejz tmi svr Tr -- r j -- - -