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manliest man of all 1 helpful as theaun bright dav If pitiful of others woes He follows In the Masters wav And ablogisg where ha goe3 err great industry either thaHaranountains tcrs f rFm Asr te ifratKC tnu EAflMtr 0v 1W 4JlT2Df HiHIfcff1 fei - firiwMnsiiBK gfwi loses all wKiie fimnmor inends go coldly JEIeKTOves htb conngre by his fall itesoiveu u win tnc day or die 3yiiJj nPe allsro Jh God his tmst Ha keep a spirit kind and true And rises bravely from the dust If icainmsinacb he i ToUut his weary battle through Tertteamoate jtmmtel 9r iaeh art hibiIHi sac at jt terror ri karifpiiefttia EfkjrCMK- OOG3HL jJC3r s Tivmm T- v - He bearcth patiently his cross While wlaingsteadliy hJscrown The EJaos a-- hero and ire lve The xneed of love which is his due Ho idle praise J tat while we live The wreath of bay the knot or hluej Sdt Keith hiS X Mail and Exvrt If worfclnj on through pain and I033 H 5 earnest snnl be not cast down - Ssr IAGErMAKEES Some Historical Philanthropists and Artists in Their Line iWli yf EIenueK towns kutiimXKJpLSar AlSjQBiniMI T JMt tJ 3 LAW mmmMMT ri wander tlirpugh thev old such as Mechlill and M Welfd bb4 Cjtainjr Bruges we see in the streets where the j KUlrecre wrepttte lfec poorer familfes live be it n Summer j Ha a aadsunshine in the open floors wom- Â¬ feHAZSLEIGGr en and Ipris1 seated on the ground with their work on their knees while their nimblefingersply with fairj like swift LAW mess the hpbhhis so named on account of their form slip and rattle strike and buzz Oa tha pavement between whose stones the grass often springs up SAMI33EL KoKSE resound the wooden shoes of the townspeople and ATTOPrtlKY AT LAW bustlingThrough the clear the boys and girls air from the - j r 3rF8oa stxtsteeple onthe great square sounds out every quartecrhouri the soothing melody KTJT EBmn MAK Mu aUAwrte of the hisKjf beU The industrious ahiWiiUAa gfteat aHMHw rivsaio tmalmM f x women sitting there with the Spanish Lin k9MtC3fet Oeorte faces and the Low Dutch names are tdfcAsmaking the beautiful mantillas the IS i airy rails which during the next Win- AT LAW i ter at dinner or ball wiil fall over satin cling arooiid daz- Â¬ ing shoulders and rest on glossy hair AND Thus we have often ebserved the lace jniakers in JSeigiUiU Tlie most lovely ornanients lor women are liowever notniade here but in Germanv and JT fl TA M jiot along the ccast but on the heights otheHarte xaountauis in Saxony as LAW- - Andof is the place so also is the man Â¬ AT ner work different from that in Bel- i KftHb VOLJLla t e Avucn I t jnum XUi fiT Whoever for the first time so reads the description which lies before us feaU9sotu wui3 4stepsJnioa room in larhich till the H members of thelaruiiyj both- boys aud ta jVMB girls and from the child to tr IK aB the gray haired grandmother are ousy with bobbins is astonished at the sight One often finds in a little room from six toeVht persons at this work Be- Â¬ yond the rattle which the strdng to- Â¬ gether of the wooden bobbins asj the es mkfjii tlTolle mt thread is interwlned during the forma- Â¬ str tion of it half or-- whole pattern silence if reigns This is only broken when some o tfi ftvmrr J- - nrt a txV Jfam jsafcse - t one races counts of bets that is to say SURGEOH urges herself to greater activity by measuring her sldll and speed againgit 3r anothers Thetcontest takes place be Â¬ be- tween a SrtjrT tr wwijwiioHKl servioesto the eft twecn anmotherland aher children or less dxterousJace exertand Taeto Kg adjolBlss tiounties OSes nxaker Tnus the mother gives to the way chimera hundred pins already jet up lays after he gets a pin EEE 1 ID Tlien the childand the mother saybOnc1 w HwwnfwirpBO humked m uvrV atrA and whpthfhi umber onward imtil tlie su mother calls out the tnie number as th child- - and has reached or over-im J taken her 1w vir Por even numbering it requires lace proressional services t th tec lers his adjolnJcs fltUieCc ga Hazcl Oreencounties -QSce makers of- eqm1 skill After tho pins -- fcffljighne Heights the first one cries Count one to are lWi me set Whereupon the second having HOTELS tet lushes pins answers Nonetomd So the two continue until the- - first per- Â¬ haps breaks her thread The other works on meanwhile saying at the same time Count me one count me two ffCfOBSEY Proprietor count me three and soon until the first 9iM-t- i again overtakes the second The work is respectfully JterM store especially solicited from and also the time of its termination is fcV mkhAff the travellns fbed by wager The lace maker who and im nuc first class accommodations mngaoott guaranteed f first completes her task get a pin from she beats as her reward Ieach one picture is of the winter ffc In 4 SAZEL GEEK XY t summer the women galheitovrether in companies and 20 out into tlie open air y jBBMrh PIER ATT PrtprWtor underkthehadeor the trees to work SjLZSLGKHPtT ct lfSKwfllf - -- - 1 I i - ATPOMIEY IL ATTORIEYS 4 - toiT - six-year-o- ld -- ie piB cu -- rf m fc- -- mmm 3J0iwmE - fcSJ I WCiLHfc fcj mmmmm wmmi iMM - -- arST BE OTJ SE IKRA3T HOUSE Hi n KU ure uiuuu 11 llinun muiu IHThe labia is supplied with the Vest ii iiln il ntH class accommoatioi is no oiuer woriv u uu iuiuin lormer thexieCC Irst ansbGfcst rjjLe furriirmrtTirr isaa times one only 31W the lace makers at jP the tabldf onwhictrimihe lomr winter JUttmCf I K r v QAHHOUSE -- - - iIAMTES H DOLE Prrletr j tf v 1rarell Jpublic is fTablB always suppled sjeotfslliQti aaatket Stable attachere A with the f Pfa o teetia AftttLAMD HOUSE OEiRPOir OFJICB KEXTVCKX LEXXKGTOX S z -- r Jk X 1 SSbTTT f ftC um utMifcs OMKFTOH HOUSE wjiwcrtc4T wmr txtrwa jCsen3ei -- - flit r ir mrTOggi af wra5r 1 w- - iTirtBGttX Soil- T- - Yur Proerty T0tKKiZA3iJf 2 HFTMB - Ohm OOtlg JLZ4JJaM-- iaJSwWe l4BaT Srf jr f 4ri X tw - rtji wSiHW chinery contends with hand work it lowered the price of tho latter to much below its value and the people of the evenings the light of ainglo dim Jaiup Hartz mountains were obliged to en- Â¬ was Heightened uv Bejngreliected gage in the uneoual struggle with the ithroujrh flasks and glas globes to make new power which gives this century its it shine upon as many lace cushions as individuality Alas thev did it not in the right maimer they sought not by nossiblc The Hartz mouutain Ls aregion of in Â¬ perfection but byeheapness to ve with That this is not dustry - After it ceased to be rich it beÂ¬ the Nottingham lace came industrial The mines were ex-Â¬ the right way to contend againc the said BeethoM Sigis hausted invention succeeded The peo Â¬ machine work ple looked upon the silver which they mond in his entertaining book en the is plain Tie hand afforded as Goas gift and as suchgrate Hartz mountains fullyaccepted ir As tlie rich store of workers can raise its value by invent Â¬ one mine after another gave out the ing a variety and perfection of patterns miners legan to apply themselves to the instead of the well known thougc cheap curtain and cotton lace and caC m a i various trades by which to day they seek support no one of which haif rom manner not possible to the tnachine their universally suc- make Valenciennes and Brussels point the beginning been Hand work must become an art where cessful as lace making Already in their seventh year the chil- Â¬ it i3 opposed to machine work Through dren begin to make easy patterns AH the discovery of photography many in- Â¬ the time which is not spent in the ordi- - ferior artists lost their means of earn- Â¬ narv day school is devoted to the schools ing a living but the fine portrait paint- Â¬ So it is for learning laoe making of which five er will never be supplanted and twenty are supported by the gov Â¬ with the point lace The poorer work- Â¬ ern merit In cany of the same perhaps ers must give way to the machae the a hundred diligent little creatures sit more skillful remain with unmovaciQ gravity at wors tn The people of the Hartz mountains thesnaorningfrczi ten to tw3lve andiirT must carry on the contest with fee low the afternoons irorn 066 until six of pricesby the weapons of ahigiir art even in winter often until ten All the since they love the work of Iace naking girls learn without exception and a third It s among them a tradition which is ol the boys the latter strangely enough handed down from generation to gen- Â¬ often shoVing more skill than the for eration The two womanly industries mer And Hie skill of wliieh they be-- of the Hartz mountains the lawmakÂ¬ conie possessed in the end is the result ing which in the ixt enth centnry to- Â¬ of the constant drill of these schools gether with the veil making camcfrom From the master a end of tha Hartz moun Â¬ Switzerland nto tlie Vosges mountains tains up to the border of fhe Yosges never spread o extensively as fie bob Â¬ froin the crest of the mountains down bin work Clara Unglemam who was born in to tlie fooL to nearlv alL the women of the mountain people the wood carvers f BHUvslok Jnd waf educated in a con and liainmortJiriU and snooiuaakor tacts ventVt Thorn troiight wuh 4 m thiiiu tands a nionu ment of sandstone nnd upon it this in- Â¬ scription Here rests Barbara Utt niann died 14th of January 1575 She it was that in the year 1561 through her invention of point lace be Â¬ came the benefactor of the Haftz This inscription is sd mountains far incorrect fh thai the art of lilcd making was already practiced in the Netherlands consequently Avas not iii Yented but introduced- - Yet should Barbafa Uttmand be known as the benefactor of her home and is truly even until this day for it was she who brought the bobbin into the Hartz mountains 3t was the same in the Wild Ecke as the rough and wooded environs of the Pohlbergs toward the end of tlie year 15K was called The 27th of October 1492 through Knspar Drechs ler from Frohman the first lode of sil ver ore in Schrcckenberg was discov- Â¬ ered Quickly from there the news ex- Â¬ tended and cuttings were made In many other places arid even to Prozel tho rich vein of silver ore was uncovered The whole region was raised and wakenednp The hamlet which sprang up around the first mine called Anna berg had already grown to be a town Since 1526 Heinrich Von Etterlein had been superintendent of the mines He was descended from a patrician family was born in Nuremberg in 1485 and died in Etterlein in 1582 To him in 1514 was born a daughter who was called Barbara and was pre destined wrgive work and a livelihood toHift womensof the Hartz mountains AiSan early age she showed great skill and dexterity in all womans work and especialh in lace making with which only the wives and daughters of people of the highest rank then occupied therri selves This Jace was used chiefly for the decoration ofthe altar the com- Â¬ munion cloth and vthe priestrs robes and required much time and greatlabor Barbara souglit for that reason an easier and less time consuming method of making point lace and in aeollar which she gave to her betrothed Christopher Uttmann on the morning of their wed- Â¬ ding day hasvfurnlshed proofs that her effbrtsand search were not in vainfThe collar was the first bobbin work that was seen in the Hartz mountains Christopher Uttman panic from Lowen bergin Schlesien to Annaberg and grew to be a rich land holder 10 the surprise of those who had previously Recently this invention known him of lace work has been called in question and it is now generally accepted that Barbara Uttman learned it This is high-Â¬ from a Netherlander ly probable and also easily un- Â¬ thp derstood since settlement of Netherland silk weavers atBuchholz near Annaberg took place in 1561 and lace work of white and yellow thread may have been made as it was by no means unlikely that among the many which the lode star of the mines drew toward Annaberg some should have been lace makers Certain it is that Barbara Utfcnaun who herself drove a profitable trade in point lace both taught and expended How this useful art in Annaberg quickly the same became national one sees when in 1568 there broke out in the Harte mountains a pestilence which in Annaberg alone swept away eight hun- Â¬ dred lace makers the manufacture hav Â¬ ing only begun in 1561 From Annaberg- also this pleasant and lucrative employment spread to all the neighboring mountain towns where it also became a specialty Villager who wished to engage in it must ac- Â¬ cording to an ordinance ofl509Ppay a tax for that privilege In the year 1600 the number of steady lace makers rose to ten thousand and ere twenty years it reached fifty thou- Â¬ sands while about twenty thousand additional makers came in the winter sea- Â¬ son In later times in the summer there were between thirty five and forty The profit sank thousand at work with the increase of workers Whilst in the early part of the century a skillful worker coidd earn ten grosclien a day afterward not even if she gave herself no moments rest from morning till evening r could she earn more than six grosclien and rnnad Tears even les bo little indeed that even hard honesft work could not hinder poverty from entering the frugal little dwellings The woven lace which jn 1809 began to be made in England drove out the Hand mule -- on account of its invention or its extension which thus receives the thanks of later times In the Court Church in Annaberg in Somirnahicp attached to almost learned in the convent when she in 1775 as the wife of the barrister Itollaui came to Eibenstock But she will nevir occupy such a place as Barbara Uttniann That energetic woman brought her beneficent life in peace and honor to a close On tho brass tablet which at first alone marked her grave was inscribed l0n the 14th of January 1575 is the honored and virtuous widow of Christdph Uttmami fallen asleep blessed of God on whose sottl Gdd have mercy Her age was sixty one years and slid had lived to see sixty four children and grandchildren In the eleventh chapter of St John Christ says I am the resurrection and the life he that believeth in me though he were dead yet shall he live and who- Â¬ soever liveth and believeth in me shall never die The new monument was put up in Annaberg on the 17th of October 1834 and was of marble and iron It shows a female figure sitting on a beehive the symbol of industry making lace whilst an angel is in the act of crowning her with laurel What was her crown for this womanly service is not clearly showiii Nevertheless the designer of the monument must have ascribed a cer-Â¬ tain Value to this mark of triumph since on the opposite side of the base in addition to the emblems of the trade an anchor tho wand of Mercury and a ball goods is this inscription A worthy spirit a cunning hand she drew down blessings on her father- Â¬ land The old brass plate expressed it better Appropriate to Barbara Uttmann were the words which tlie ancients ap plied in honor of a woman Â¬ Â¬ A- - RARE FRUIT VERY CRUEL Hawaii Inqnisltlve Granny Tortured Hei The Marvelou rroduetfof a- Strangala - PITH AND POWT - - 1 Hopeful Gmndcldld A young man whom we shall call Jeffords when he was twenty years old went to visit his grandmother a very old lady whom he had not seen since he was a boy of ten years She of course1 remembered him as a boy and did not The realize that he was a young man down on the young mans Upper fip had given place td a bfown sliadd of some- Â¬ thing that promised in time to become a real mustache- add very proud was Joe of this production though he could not endure that any comments should be made upon it by Ids friends - dian Oceau Tree Frederick Stearns has onexhibition at his officetwo specimens of the coco-de-mor double cocoanut a remark Â¬ able fruit of one of the largest an mpst wonderful of palm trees They were sent liim bf the Hon E V Mussey United States Cbifsul nt the Seychelles a group of islands in tlie trfd an olesnv uortTi of Madagascar er much a man alter htsownheartpni stead of some womansvXire A pToverbhasitthatinterestbhnd iTfia srieral comThbrtfcote9t2fe self satisfied bachelor is tfcafHSs ra -- some people ItnverbKuds the man who horns the ntittrapon which tbe-fa- - One of his grandmothers childish weaknessess was a constant fear that there were cancerous tendencies in her system and for this reason probably she was always watching for such tendencies in other people The afternoon of Joes arrival twelve or fifteen young ladies of the neighborhood had met at Grandma Jdffords to tack a pair of They were full of comforts for her life and fun and were laugh ng and chattering around the quilting ffames when Joe arrived Tlie sight of sc many strange girls embarrassed the young man greatly but he finally mus Â¬ tered up courage to enter the room and say How do you do grandmother Who be you asked tho old lady shading her dimmed eyes with one hand and trying to get a distinct view of Joe Why Dont you know me grandmother Im your son Roberts boy Â¬ Â¬ Joe Casta vixit Lunam fecit Romum servavltJ Shelived chaste spun wool kept her house Leigh Hunt from the mother German in Dcmoresfs Magazine A who was live feet eleven looked sheep-Â¬ ish but replied and she Not sq very little now grandÂ¬ What little Joe The young ladies giggled and Joe COMPLETE CHANGE Mercantile Hypocrisy Displayed on Sight of Kcady Money In a store Merchant to clerk Did you send Hammerton his bill again this week Clerk Yes sir Merchant What did he sav Clerk Said he would be around and Â¬ pay it Merchant Thats what he has said for the last six months Hes the big- gest liar in this town He can never get ten cents worth on a credit hero any more I reckon well have to sue him h here he comes now Merchant Good morning Mr Ham- Â¬ merton glad to see you sir Wont you sit down No thank you I Hammerton called in to settle that bill Merchant What bill oh yes Why sir I hadnt thought of it You see the collector has charge of the bilhrand I pay but little attention to them Thank you receiving the money and Call again Mr receipting the bill Hammerton Hammerton 1 am a little pushed for money at present Merchant That makes no difference Whenever you sir none whatever want any thing give us acall Good ansas Traveler morning r The old ladys eyesight was almost gone She could not clearly see objects at a distance of even two or three feet Come here Joey she said Joe crossed the room andstood by the lounge on which his grandmother was lying Why kneel down Joey so that 1 can seeyou better Joe knelt down His grandmother looked at him with her dim eyes unable to realize that Joe had changed from a boy to the tall fellow that hewas But Joe was greatly embarrassed and heartily wished that he or those girls had Staed at home After a few pleasant words the old lady suddenly raised herself and cried outr Joey Joseph Jeffords J Yes grandmother Whats that on your uoper lipj Â¬ child GOOD A EVIDENCE Frenchmans Description of His Stem Winding Time Piece - -- Â¬ The yirginia CityJHterprtSc has found a Frenchman who pursues similar tactics with his watch The says that a day or two sinco Enterprise Mr Shaw of the Consolidated Virginia Mine found a watch lying in tho snow where it had evidently been dropped bjr some one walking in or about the mine Mr Shaw wrote a notice to this effect posting it by the side of tho window to which tlie men came to give their names when going on or coming off the mines A little Frenchman soon came to Mr Shaw aud asked You find one vatch Mistake Shaw Yes sir said Mr Shaw Have you lost a watch Travelers tell us that the popular method of driving the little street don- Â¬ key in Palestinejs by twisting the tail of -- thebeast Joe felt a flame of fire sweep across his face and the pdrspiration came out on his forehead Its its nothing he stammered Nothing How can you say that Something is the matter with your lip What is it Urged to desperation poor Joe stam- Â¬ mered out- Why grandmother its- its my mustache Hero the girls giggled The old lady was nearly deaf as wel1 as half blind What did you say she asked Its my mustache shouted Joe his face a deep crimson With a sigh of relief hut with a quiet smile on her face the old lady leaned back on her pillows saying Is that all I was afeerd it might be a cancer Anyhow it looked as if a bad humor was breaking out Joe begged to be excused saying hia horse needed looking after and hurried Â¬ ly lett the house amid the suppressed laughter of the girls He did not enter that room again but found it convenient to talk ith grandpa in the barn until he knew that those giggling girls had Youtlis Companion gone home - The rain Algernon Yonrpoe fell down in torrentsv isdeclfced hie abont the rain famngupward iQJ3d4 at least have something navel iniLr r tL This palm tree it is stated attains a Pkiladeiphia Call height of one hundred fedt its 3tem SJAwritar eseribsfainBiiyahasai being nearly two feet in diameter bear Â¬ ing an exquisitejy molded face of ing at the summit a crown of fan shaped iv hich two dark hazer eypV aretne cen Where ishenosesitnai leaves It is remarJcablefpc growing tral feature A fea in a socket of a hard woody texture Jed BttrlingioiuFrce Press perforated with holes made by the roots It is said that av girl who canhedlk This curious appendage derives1 its three or lour tears a a cn ucaumoi origin from the cotyledon which in this meuL and follow them up with a onlver palm attains the extraordinary length ingslgh can marrf all around stgpbS r of two feet growing downward like a looking Blonde who 4oesndthnig but root haying the stem seated1 in if try to blush iT XJiesr n thickened end When perfect tlie thick Sam vou arq not bosesL fWha end opens on one side like a sheath did yougutalIthe good peaches onjh smjeeeding top of the measure ana out of which rises tnexie ouef leaves of the plant roots also being pro- - beow Same reason5 sahv dat4bake3 duced which mukV their exit by pierc de front of vour hodsemarbloanfljhtirtrt ing the end of tlieSheathr In time the back gato chiefly sjop nutriment of the nut becomes exhaustÂ¬ ed and the part df the- cotyledon be- Employnlent-vAgBnt Want a gJH tween it and the young plant witherW who can cook Distressed ManM5ues The latter however retains its well try one wha cant cook AUVeft placental vital connection with the hadlately were experienced in thejbifsisfc sheath end of the cotyledon which is ness 1 UonifrJDeiieve ifessaiaioc ajnaa henceforth nourished by the plant and fa be starved lonfrer than tnreeweess increase in size with its growth which at a stretch Bih thus continues seated in the cradle of its Ait Vk c i tintx v iveuussi Btnct cetireev birth through life - iThls formation perfectly - easy hiTher appears however td be common to the madame maybe palms but very much more largely der mind JVe dental surgeons ahyaymakeit vcloped in this yariety Tlie fruit isa a point pi ohsejrving the strictest eoofi large oblong nut cdvered with a thin dencc-- Only last week forinance X rind After the renloval of the outep- - supplied Countess Pampraann and Bar rind it has the appearance of twa oblong oness Borgheim Awih a compMesetA often each and not a soul living knows ft nuts firmly united together Montreal JVUrtc3s weighing thirty to forty pounds- - They wordabpu it are borne in bunches each consisting demanded Mrs- - SpotcaShj of nine or ten nuts so that a whole Archibald tTakin mventdrVJ replied Spotcashf9 bunch will often weigh four hundred mfeUktwfcr redlied pounds it takes ten years to ripen its Tknowed VQUrcameinA fruit the albumen of which is similar to JorLTour breath-the inihute iu 1UU i i that of the common epeoanut but if is V11 twp uu SLVMH it lt Tnn TOt JK3 too hard and horny to serve as food in tne lOCKitp ana disgrace yqur miuu The shell is converted into many useful and then I hopeToull be satisfied articles by the natives The leaves vara Brooklyn EagleMiss data O- - Ethel I expeefestcn made into hats baskets and the like The demand has of late years become so have the Inveliesfttspring hat andalLife great that in order to obtain the leaves will cost wULbe the price I shall teej the trees are cut down and asnocaro pay lor tne riDoon- - xtsuaxi ixuii is taken to form new plantations it was self - MissrEthel Hare yod the frame2r at one time feared this palm would Miss Chra O res I was TamrnagingT eventually become extinct In 1864 the in the store roorai this momingxantL leading botanists in England petitioned whatdo yon think Ifonnd the Government for its protection- - By L I have no idea Miss Ciani more recent information however it last years peach baskets Clucgo 1 appears that inpneisland alone there Triiune lwwf A-are many thousands of these palm trees Be observingt Detroit Free Press If you your Mps nooittKeejyrromBups i caT8 WiW ORIGIN OF ENGRAVING wwm Towhotaytfuspea K How One of the Tobt Preclous Ar And bQ sr and when aadforheri --- i c therst - -- brlahf5 -- -- m itsh5 - 1- -- tj 1 iEtheL OC jpt - -- iverthings-tfbserve-witf- -- Known to 3Ien Originated There are few chapters in the history jcqi jees ouiu of art of greater interest than thois These things keepnaeetly nt U av jiyseii which unfold to us the discovery of aor-andniy y VL afe fisf Andmlne iu z ji And how tUidaori H gotten treasures and reveal the exis tenoa of works whicKhad longagp A VAllUABLribOG The in oassed out of remembrance timate connection between tha inVn- - He Enable- - Hi Matert Spead HLDajf in tion of engraving and the art oktb l Jwn ADetroitef who was sjarm5hui2 silversmith or rather that branch oXiUie tf If you yonr ears y saye t J BUdIi ii n VAIN GIRLS But They They May Attract Attention Can Not Win IJenpect It is not difficult for a young lady to attract attention in society 4 v v w- mKm i C As is everywhere the case where ma Â¬ -- chain He have no key at all 1 wind him byze tail The watch was a stem winder and the Frenchman had given an accurate descriptioiuof his property even down to ze tail fecUs jrtj I 4 Yes saint t Can you describe ifc Oh veSj tsairc ver perfectly Weir wliat is it like4 My vatch he vas a silver vatch Very good What kind of a face Well lie had hes face wide open What kind of chain One leedle bra s chain What kind of key was on the f a A PRETTY STORY i- The Bell jof Justice and the Queer le titioner for Aid It is a beautiful story that in one of the cities of Italy the King caused a bell to be hung in a tower in one oi the public squares and called it the bell of justice and commanded that any one who hadbeen wronged should go and ring the bell and so call tho magistrate of the city and ask and receive justice And when in the course of time the lower end of the boll rope rotted away a wild fine was tied to it to lengthen it and one day an oldand starving horse that had been abandonedby its owner arid turned out to die wandered into the tower and-- trying to eat tho vine rang tho boll And the magistrate of tlie city coming to see who had rung tlie bell found this old and starving horse and he caused the owner of the horse in whose service he had toiled and been worn out to be sum- lnoued before him and decreed that ashfc p0or horsahad rung the bell of justice he should have justice and that during the remainder of the horses life his owner should provide for him proper food and drin- - and stablei The young men naturally and properly regard the girls with attentive eyes As a general Hung they have come to the party for tlie purpose of enjoying the society of young ladies and they look around at once to see who is present how they are dressed aud to whom they had better Modest and desir Â¬ address themselves able young meu are a little modest in the society of ladies and are casjly caught by a familiar manner puis them at their ease and that is just what they want most at the beginning of au evening Men of the wrong stamp too aru sure toilock about a girl who looks be- Â¬ haves and dresses in a Vain style They amuse themselves by experimenting upon her vanity aud seeing how J She would not enjoy they can go remarks about her when hearing their thev are by themselves- - No girl gains any thing by lowering Men may the standard of decorum flirt with her flatter her and fool- her but she does not win the estoemiofi the kind of men whose love follows re spect but never precedes it N Yi it - Ledger - tmg - - Ancient Pavement Signor Laneiani has discovered a beautiful mosaic pavement in the Via Appia Rome four kilometers outside the Porta Poreie It dates from about the first century and is the iloor of an upper room of a tomb or columbarium Only a few traces of the walls of this room aie left but tho tomb below is in- Â¬ tact The mosaio is perfect and is most finely colored It measures nine feet by six and represents the Rape of Pro- Â¬ serpine Pluto in a chariot drawn by four black horses holding Proserpine oh his left arm with Mercury in front lead- Â¬ ing the way Behind tlie chariot are four terrified nymphs running in the other direction The edge has a very fine border and in each corner is a figure representing a season of the year Over the border and between eachTpair of seasons there are xlncks and otJer The head of wuifer water birds is draned with jv Yail and i cojisidyred a pei rect likeness of Plutarch Yt An silversmiths work which rcontiikiof the chasingjpf an outline into a pratjrqf precious metal tbbe subsequently filled up with dark colored enamel the so-called Niello work was never appre Â¬ ciated until at the close of the last cen tury Abbi Zani foupd amon soma oldjltaljan engravings in the National Library at Paris a print which he rec oguized as similar in subject to tlu famous Pax decorated with Niello work maddbvMaso Finiguerra for the baptistery of St John and paid for as is proved bv the records in 1452 This Plx or Assumption wa1 subsequently transferred to the cabinet of bronzes in the gallery of Flor- Â¬ pre where it is now ence on and it was proved served compuing with it the engraving tiro the latter had - actually been prnted from the silver plate before the enamel was fused into the outline pripr there Â¬ fore to 1462 On the strength of- thV discovery Finiguerra ha evGf shc the year 1796 heen credited wth lh invention of producing engrsvlifgsoiv jiaper from metnl plates rThere-- seiIU little reason to doubt as his bediixolJcn pointed out that many silversmitlriof the fifteenth century may have bcen iiii the habit of obtaining trials of tlnac yorkin progress as ihl Finigitureu perchance when he produced his his tprical print represent ng Christ crown- mg tne virgin irom ms wock uu um Jtr Florentine Tax It mav indeetl bava been to rether with the weli kiowjt sulnhur cvstj a recognized methqii ot obtaining a record of the iSieHo wxirkr which had been practiced for many years previous to the time in question though no such paper iinpreSson- of an earlier datV than this have 3ljel handed down Jo lis It was a eomnioi practice to tato proofs of the work by means of sulphur easts Jong previous io 1452 as numerous specimens 01 suclf casts have bee 1 preserved to 110 bnt it js difficult toay ayIio wis the first bold innovator to- - ubstitnte apiece of paper for the sulphur and Jthus originate Uie The storyj precious art of engraviug whch accidenUillv of the wet Jiuen gave the idea tdfiniguecra is genorally txeatedas fiction by ihoso wna bate studied the subject Art Journal Beans as Food -- ahqrig the river Rpuge with1 rrner ddo a guhmet thBodmCTcemltery the roatl near thegegda ffhdTasthe tworinen sloppe6TtopeS5 the dog ran down the1 hSVayaboufl - twenty rods satnp6n end and begaifto KrV rt WhafK thd matter with yonr d6g MOf asked the sportsmanr - - i Jfe m Oh ready around here of jonf I set him xtpat twentytrodsifocfa q35 g ViYhaTforYf Fbr you it shoej Jkj aiothinguHa isuiardyiggttittj -- t si - Wheherli - jiSj a n 41 You do eh good ve tVhim Off-hand-s- terashot ilfcgwrf TVelJ atoi5ceforlTridirhn7 tHerersayour quarter you cartway - II you know2course- - i better trv anotner-- sugges riTdb ii 111 famiunrHere dollar and that dog has eeiirhislast a ipringbreak upi i tk fdlie InW fired tKe fon T gently whistleU- - rdHreDarlinglish riffe fahtckexithbSrttokeifiewawayyianth the do friskeil aroundnr highigie 7 got read r andym farmer chewed awar atar tniQipd iOf j The spprtlmari Jf w4Tepcatingrjfle and I15 biased awar again and again fftP dbgchasedshiaTail arormd d circler9Savl 1 the farmer said tjieM rnofeTFfro rMe5be it isnt yonr dayffor shoo IllUil g MM - iJMebbe it Isnt buthems anotHSr - awKsw dollarifl He craakeaway- - another Xojaritnjigt ana as tne iasc gnojc rang qmit uk VVIU lllll cocked up and eyes looking1 arou 1 4 for rabbit tracks v- lll AMI llilll 1111 31 llUU j Wellr I gnes I must bCijoTgh said the farmer Pra Ke jdong cbleeged for much -- Not by 3 durtf sightr shontetrihci hunter vPve got five dollars leftltod Ill blow every cent of iin on thapu Send him backf StTahger the limit on Ling their arichnc ss they are probably the S shSs TE giyoa to 5ayt In fact John egj Not wont stand OTer niaa shols Mjioat The nutritive yalue of beans is very boititrr riw3t a4wateilHa Say asdollar great- greater thin almostany other ar l tide of food in common use Consider- - fcunter - it rax 9 ngViag ighton Can do fiftv cea acafadt 5 - to pan- and a quarter Yduye struck harrt - thisgame - sz fUk cheapest Jooawe havebut somewnat difficult of digestion probably owing to the fact that we rarely cook theni enough and masticate insufficiently In preparing beans for the table they should be first well soaked in cold wa- Â¬ ter then thrown into boiling water and cooked of a medium constituency be Â¬ tween a fluid thick nor too thin They1 require soiie acid when eaten and a iniiliciuut amount of salt to Iender them palatable TJiV may be paten yith jwtatoe or oth r vgotuble5 whioli contain more starch anVidfiiaftlbymunThUierthaU wjth too to dowathi way- me and mebberilrsjri3 Comi John Henrx Fire dollara forsLotr Sgprafel if shouted the hunter xr Not- si present T1 q t row Come lieeiea - shillings a day off thxtdog and idoSTt want to vkaf dirt on kirn H fotfjbo omo -- v c Good bye stranger rress A horse lhifcf local editor idescriheg - wiThSori SW8f mSSSS sail - t iri t -- si SvVa v rViV -- X - 3agjPSfc t1 ity-a- jy J I1 J1 yjiiiipij iiir- f Mn Cr ii J K J - fe VSJ 3 Asw 4 J Breens Liniment Is pronounced by all A careful inspection of the adr efUse m ft fixed fact it toeoEs tfee peopie to M8t6in our paper wilL eave oar citttervs who have used it to betjthe greatest rem Jt VfcffW ieek akmt tko sad see wo k the e j wfrottuipate attending court at ifouot edyf orrheumatiam sprains cutsbruises u etc-- Soldbv 4V JaBBaW Pa HP aJaJtMta 40v bffMH 4iKpWBV4BHMC a fe district k r ear tlie jaeial SchBg Usasy dollars Those who adver SHHL JaMMHMV I O Tt PDay Hazel Green efeeof jdgeIBdlNre tbe dlknctVae tise eaa sell goods cheaper than thosk wKo f- - P DLA5nSAwptilhvatle do sot for tbe common sense reason th4 IBBIDY XKOBIS50X Hampton ctidnlr esUUieire e itjfetl anDHsn ooenaig sell twice the anioant Tbisis an JCagfeu W 3zcl thr awied taat Hen J M ihUshta fact in every comma nity and in Gree would be tbe beet raxs for the none more so ihtt in Mt Sterling See 12 IS86 place la tke the MM making tbe who advertise and irde vritk them dietriot becaiae a law S aee that time itlc Breens Liniment i certainly thetbest we lme is tervie wed several professional ajWaW- aaWflWKj JW t WjBK 4aA conbf nation of remedies for cornseural 4W aaaa m regard to tbe matter and find giapains ia the back and side etcever qpM3bait JnfeeTi w arDwtrict tltes of eoe accord in the of iaion that i produced -1 HT Ut V v rys-fe P XAY Should ba kept constantly at liand for ae woald be the wost certala to win of i J T LAXDSAYr Hazel Green LJ ClMLMfcttflilAlW At WoT Stilhvdter DD use in emergencies of the household Â¬ my mas ia tbe district aad that if elect X JKjVSfcrX JWj iTi Cassidy OBrNSOxr Camptcn 3Iauy auiolbcr startled in the night by ed which ae ooe secsis to doubt he the ominous sounds of Croup finds tho qwtT Jai g 3WAQO weald auke the- beet judge the district Legislative Notes AttMK Jl C LYJOXg little sufferer with jed imd face oeapembiy choose Mr Xsh ia a A bill requiring all logs floated on gasping for air In suck swollenAverts cases prfoad thinker well rersel in the le-- Kentucky and Cumberland Tivers and Cherry Vectoral ia invaluable Mrs Emma TT T BOOKS Gmmmt Omtc Ck their tributaries shall be branded and gl We very jiidt ia htf ideas and bom the brand recorded in the county iourt Geduey 159 West 123 St 2Sew Tork writes While in the country last of a dignity io reade Such a one is G0 TT 5HUXE and providing penalties for destroying or whiter my little boy three years old was 1KJK COX fcOSE what the district needs and must have defacing such brands has passed both taken ill with Croup it seemed ns If he Jifcaol fryf -- OHX 1L if the people would see the law main houses of the Genera1 Assembly would die from strangulation AVers tawed He is a chrustaia gentleman a Mr Alford oSered a joint resolution in Cherry Fcctoral was tried in small and 14MCvS aaa good citizen an einbodi the Senate naming Monday May 17 as frequent doses and In less than half an The hour the little patient was breathing M aMat oC all the requisites for an official for the day of sine die adjournment MiAeri ie x a4Me Jbr 13k ftee of Swrey thie exalted position and we therefore resolution was adopted The House easily The doctor said that the reetoral concurred and the General Assembly saved my darlings life Mrs Clias U iy his flag this worniBg with ihe firm will peter out on the 17th Landon Guilford Couu writes Ayera conviction that he will not only be the Senator Caudill has introduced a bill CherryPectoral nowiaeebut the first judge of the new to empower the county court of Knott county to issue bonds to pay for the My Life5 jL24tt fca fewfttte caiited hy ike spaeck district building of court house and elerks offices nnd also the life of my little son Asho fchJpe4 to iSJ Tociafinhr e and provide for the payment of same fc troubled with Croup Tics Hazel Gases Herald wastes a I dare not bo A fewe t 309 pottc ras ealasta af space ia making a suggestion A bill prohibiting the floating of loose without tbii remedy In the house 3Irs HTmki tbe 9lee saw logs down the Licking River below J Gregg Lowell Mass writes t Mninwn hw that Kt Sterling and Montgomery coun- Â¬ My s tse wJb thew ty shoald bay tue Coal Boad and ex Salyersville has been passed in both children have repeatedly taken Ayers facraBic fcssd it to Haxel Green by the Hawkins houses Cherry Pectoral for Coughs and Croup Mr Taulbee introduced a bill allowing Ifc gives immediate relief followed by hraach roate Bro Cooper grows elo Iw jpA iwo Jing 84- - Tk ie ties saeat as he always does in depicting sundry citizens of Breathitt to put water cure Mrs Mary E Evans Scrahton after what a bonanza it would be to this citv gap3 in Breathitt county Passed ifapvrtlMir pMfafejtt4 r4 Pa writes I have two little boys both asfMiaeoee f aad coaaty to owa aad operate this road iiir Senator Taulbee introduced and had of whom have been lrom infancy subject wrkiawayiij itiiail wellaaeasa toextend the road passed a bill amending the charter of to violent attacks of Croup About six k Mi Wl Um sm were b3y by capitalists railroadmen assisted by Beattyvilie ago we began using Ayers Cherry ftfemfe B towa aad eouaty subscriptions but we The bill allowing defendants in penal month Pectoral and It acts Hko a charm In a do aat thiak oar people will take holt and criminal cases to testify has become few minutes after the child takei It he ee KM Tke pelUc fernlly oa Tax Heralds idea By the way a law jm7 easily Every ymtii A rkfcgrs 6ret iiciteitt Bro Cooper what will Hazel Green and Dixons high license liquor bill wa3 breathes ought to and rests wellblessing mother know what a I Wolfe county gie to help build the AMg jiH tfe defeated liave found in Ayers Cherry Pectoral road 1 Sentmel Deaiocrat MMt tbiae rf 4e eb tftfc irare srreatei Give Why well give you the privi- Â¬ If you want a good job of tin copper or MrWm C IteldFreeholdlSr J writes telwMi Amee 9Mt mm t ism In our family Ayers medicines havo road here give you of call on T iron Tiey were GenuMw HsagxiMM lege ties ranaing the the timber necessary sheet street work Sterling Ivy F Itmnntx been blessings for many years In cases Sw give yoa ML the of Colds and Couglis we take Tie Idigaatla for all bridges aad trestles give you all Min PUt 1fee Wtec is gwt aad tbe Complimentary Letters tbe rocb for calvert building and ballast Oheriy Pectoral bum kritoet Amtji Arkansas City give you land for depots give you as Mb Spencer Cooper Kas April 26 re fa ytdiibbfts r carrylag and the Inconvenience is soon forgotten coal the road can haul in hun Dear kowotkug tjs are much yearsas cheap give you theafinestÂ¬ Herald Sir I have not Ifreceived my PREPARED BY dred for sometime mj time is i fee wive Tfee fixlae trik timber for manufacturing purposes in up I want to renew Mother thinks it Tir J C Ayer Co Lowell Has ik6ra a ky iafar for is is the only paper in the U S Father Sold by all Druggists tfee the world at the same rate give you and mother are old Kentuckians you d te m Jmws 4y pey 4 the privilege of developing Swifts silver know There is no place like home and Wt tae w yHrtiliy ef rery miae and our interest therein absolute Â¬ The Herald gives considerable news D B GREEN away wIOi all lw ly All of these things and more yet from that part of the world Enclosed WITH yon will sot hearken to our warning you will please find 1 for which contin- Â¬ WHITE GREEK HUFFAKER IfHTfTiff t T TirnniiiiiifTffmmirl Now we are neither the seventh son of ue to send me your very valuable paper Wholesale Dealers in for one year and please try and get it oar awther nor the male progeny of a here When my time expires dont Ae direct ctase of apiAif vkkk 9 prophet but beware Heed the gipsys stop the paperbut let me know It is R L White 615 West Main Street IfceiMtlMtrestece be arrested xd TR worth half a fellows life warning If you neglect the opportu- Â¬ home of a Friday evening to have to go J A fjvwn 1 tfee ekrfe o mur MMWild to LOUISVILLE KY Huflaker nity to sip of the golden bowl which Herald Excuse so long without The a letter and Aw The peMee aim rsideA tfee oSce of we have offered you you will go down believe me your friend and well wisher JOE BRAWNER AxfeHer ZtitatBg tiw ewpper lihe to the grave in sorrow and sackcloth and i G VAUGHN the wdeiHte jw4 arretted 35 your names be inscribed as mossbachs on tapleyed tkecela vbo irere Sievers Garson Hardware Go Washington D C May 3 memorys monument Remember oh re- Â¬ Spencer Cooper U oiwrfed witk narder eimmaiji member it too late the you will 3Eraeaibe acieeaea will be allowed proverb ere Lostis chance neverArabian 1 Dear Sir Enclosed will send please find 637 W Main Street me The cornea for which you LOJJISVILLE KY Of7i larlinf- Iiolifon v U4 S1T Herald If I rightly remember my ww AwunMJ letter freai Ciaciaaatt t X subscription expires today I cannot do HEENWADE HOUSE without your valuable paper and sir Gr David ICone of thk place aader date VIRGINIA permit me to congratulate you and the frenchbukg M the Jth imeL saye We are haviag people of Eastern Kentucky upon an HbHij ttan w witk aiks of all kiads Tunrell CaaHty Items fer The Herald enterprise that has long been needed T J COPE Proprietor aieslderg carpen faraltare afeakere iroa Cedas Bluff April 28 Married May your paper continue to prosper is Table suppliedjwith all delicacies of the iteKjbrwk layers earriafe ahakers rail At the residence of the brides brother-in-la- the wish of your fellow Kentuckian season bpccml attention to commercial Wade Steele on the J Scott Johnson tourists xead fHHglt haadJers eartmea c c 22nd iasc Oscar Mitchel night of the Liberty IttMawtthaterecy trade and laborers of Hill and Miss Maria Gillespieof of Cedar Drain pipe of all sizes and shapes can be S Co ihKkiadaaw aewia the strike Where BluC The brides maids and grooms- Â¬ found atBF RlBDELLs Main itreet Mt 2JEr tea are at week aad satisfied with their men were as follows RobL B Steele Sterling and Miss Maggie L Wingo Joe Jones go for them of a waft gieat Livery Sale and Feed Stable OUR PREMIUMS miss vxHiespie pel thaea te stop work Every auu a twinvicie x to Miss Viciejne nnae was slater Gillespie theabaade of the worst looking wnom many iventuclaans know They Every new subscriber and every old MT STERLING KY aadrek go warchiBg by carryia the have our best wishes for their future one who reneive before Wednesday June 16th 1886 will be entitled to a chance red lag of the Coauaaaiftts at their welfare in one of the following 53 Valuable Pres- Drovers and Traders1 Headquarters Yes Uncle Remus I am ever ready adi creaag dioaiay aad fear ia the and willing to help you in any way I ents maidtof the aaoct fciaaid These asobc caa Yoa are a fnend indeed and I 1 Celestina a beautiful automatic musical instrument and music28 00 The attention of horse and mule dealers ha the hoaesrworkiagateb as a friend in need That one that 1 Coin is especially invited to our facilities for the silver hunting case watch Ntt are far frow aaythiag of the kind is not as pretty as some things in country handling of toek and we invite all traders full jeweled American move- Â¬ Wolfe and adjoining counties to call on They ae 5a fact the lowest aad worst stores had better not tackle you mid 23 00 of when in ment and handsome chain L We are both Virginians by birth I us the citv olomuiit ia the city They are tryiag to dont think we will be bothered with 1 Setsilver plated knives and forks get the aHUBca excited aad If they dared Encore any more soon he has gone to beautiful design 5 00 1 Set stag handled Carving knife srsaid pHage every hoaee la the city his hole again and I think will stay 2 50 M C the large aaaQafaciauiag eetab- Miss Julia Cecil has just finished a and fork very fine and useful very beautiful crazy quilt consisting 1 Handsaw 1 hatchet 1 hammer Ksaaaeatfi are protected by sqoad3 of po solely of silk satin ribbon and velvet 2 00 and 1 two foot rule To strengthen tho stomach create an We are erpectiag bloody tiaaes The pieces were all given her by en- 1 Handsaw 1 hatchet 1 hammer appetite and remove tho horriblo depres- Â¬ Xt Xiiwaxkee Wkcoaein a mob of emies and friends and each piece has 1 2 00 sion and despondency which result from fltatiriagfeaaigaerg were fired oa with its givers name worked on it everv 1 and two foot rule Indigestion there Is nothing so effective Buck handled carving knife and deadly eect by six companies of the seam biased stitched with waste embroi2 50 as Ayers Pills These Pills contain no fork very handsome Jfcate saaiiti aad raated Two of the dery silk She deserves credit as it is 1 Genuine Wade ealomcl or other poisonous drug act Butcher razor the first ever pieced in this place directly on the digestive and assimilative JtadershaTe bees arrested aad peace 1 50 and razor strop The eastern and western districts of organs and restore health and strength to 1 Genuine Wade Migaed sapreate at last aeeouats Butcher razor Tazewell county went for local option the entire system T P Bonner Chetter 1 50 the Tm of which tbe saob wa the former 300 and the latter 44 majori- Â¬ and razor strop Pa writes I have used Ayers Pills Butcher razor sasaMy eompesed have swora reagance ty which election was held on the 24th 1 Genuine Wade for the past 30 years and am satisfied inst JeSersonville district will tell the 1 50 and razor strop The datky papers meatioa strikes at aews the 6th I should not have been alive to day If It of May It is thought the 1 Genuine Wade Butcher razor had not been for them They at ataar ether placesNew York J3e county will go for local option God 1 50 and razor strop weit JBeJu Kttsbarg 8t Loak aad grant that it may 1 Genuine Wade Butcher razor i jwwwie m usere aae teea uol Miss Nannie Cecil is teaching schoolÂ¬ and razor strop at Paint Lick She comes home fre- 1 Genuine Wade Butcher razor 1 50 shad axeept ae detailed above laeaarti Xaeter Workasaa Powderly quently to the joy of her lonely sisters 1 50 and razor strop me of Dyspepsia when all other remedie parents and the young men a aha Xaifbte of Laber vigoroasly de-- place May she have success in of this 1 Set table knives and forks and failed and their occasional use has kept school butcher knife 1 25 aha Mtg Aaarchktg aad their duties me In a healthy condition e rer since 1 Set table knives and forks and 1 L N Smith Utlca N Y writes I weeks Ia the coarse of aa Quite a delegation from Indian went 1 25 Lrll Iris lit have used Ayers Pills for Liver troubles to tfie county court at Jefiersonville yes- 1 Pair 9 inch steel shears iaH rrScw he said These seeaes of 75 and Indigestion a good many years and 75 hleaished aad disorder which hive oc- - terday Among them were Dr James 1 Pair 9 inch steel shears Peery Messrs R F Cecil J M Mc 1 Pair 9 inch steel shears 75 have always found them prompt and pprssd ta Cakago are disgracefal and Guire C H Peery and many others Richard Norrls 1 Pair 9 inch steel shears 75 efficient In their action for sad deeerviag of tbe se-Lynn Mass writes After much suffer- Â¬ Miss Carrie Sports Jennie Green 1 Pair 9 inch steel shears 75 ing I havo been cured of Dyspepsia and eeaddssaatioa aad Duakhsent Josie Vincell and Mrs C H Peery gave 1 Ladies four blade pearl handle Liver troubles Bro Browning and Miss Julia Cecil a knife 75 labor aotrapreseated ia the very pleasant call the night before Bro 1 Nice two blade pocket knife 50 saafcs af Jkee who array themselves nn 1 Nice two blade pocket knife Bs departure for home 50 aha red fiag af aaarchy which k tbe 50 Miss Nannie Plummer was the guest 1 Nice two blade pocket knife hlood aad destractioa 50 He of her sister Mrs Hamlet Repass last 1 Nice two blade pocket knife Ayers Pills They have done mo more that it is She duty of every orgaa- - Saturday and Sunday returning to Jef 1 Handsome 2 blade pocket knife 50 good than any other medicine I have ever 1 Handsome 2 blade pocket knife 50 et warkiagssea m JLsaerica to fersonville Monday morning 1 Handsome 2 blade pocket knife taken John Burdett Troy Iowa 50 the aatrsges eosaaitted ia Chi- - The celebrated Blue Sulphur Springs 1 Handsome 2 blade writes years my For nearly 50 pocket knife pssjsKe ase af labor and said the are again becoming very popular with 1 Elegant two blade pocket knife 50 was rendered miserabletwo the horrorslife of by Mtcjuuug iuihjs gnu mvuas oi ine 1 Elegant two blade pocket knife sarksassaa bavsaiore powerful wea- - place 50 Dyspepsia Medical treatmont afforded 1 Elegant two blade pocket knife 50 me only temporary relief and I became ia aha haNw thaa ia the ballet that Croquet is the leading game in the 1 Elegant two blade pocket knife 50 reduced in flesh and very much debili- Â¬ at the Aaarchifit lrUr e line of amusements now It is muchly 1 Pair elegant plated cuff buttons 25 tated A friend of mine who had been Xabor md that if any of eajoyed by the young people of the town 1 Pair elegant plated cuff buttons 25 similarly afflicted advised mo to try Rev ffcaXakjkis have tkea partin the naar Worth Browning left yester- Â¬ 1 Pair elegant plated cuff buttons 25 Ayers Pills I did so and with the day 25 9mfnm6iMgi leported they shoald will for his home in North Carolina He 1 Pair elegant plated cuff buttons happiest results My food soon ceased to return in about three or four weeks 1 Pair patent lever cuff buttons 25 distress me my appetite returned and I he asaniitlv exaelkd fm tt oAy A rt3Ta Miss Maggie Scott was 25 guest of 1 Pair patent lever cuff buttons became as strong and well as ever heeeatiiied uh MissJalia Cecil yesterdaythe Her visit 1 Pair patent lever cuff buttons 25 with aecessarr canita was appreciated 1 Pair patent lever cuff buttons 25 sad k k the daty af every Knight of Mrs Prof H P Bailey was right sick 1 Pair set cuff buttons 25 1 Pair set cuffbuttons 25 LabM to aappert the kws aiade to har yesterday but is now convalescing J 1 Ladies beautiful breast pin 25 wntiisr aha iatareafa a capttsl and labor Mra Dr James Peery made a flying 1 PBEPABKD BY Ladies beautiful breast pin 25 Thsae isVMt a trades aakm ia Asverica vkifc to Grundy not long since 1 Ladies beautiful breast pin 25 CO Lowell XM SB 7 C AYER that wJHcoaaisaaaee wreag doiag or Mke Cora Claypool is teaching a select 1 Ladies beautiful breast pin 25 For sale by all Druggists school at Union Chapel 1 Ladies beautiful breast pin 25 Mfwuaaaasg Ufejcsfo ivho have TM 25 e ftsstracfcioa of life fcstter Scott has been very ill but is 1 Ladies beautiful breast pin ffli 1 Ladies beautiful breast pin Garkey JPJXJLTJ 3LtTJ 25 party The afst ef the trades 1 Ladies beautiful breast pin 25 kta apheh aad dkaifv labor Breens Liniment removes knojs and 1 Ladies beautiful breast pin 25 25 Wsaa aha a asaeaSite trv ts tear it Anf all ealargemeats on horsea or other stock 1 Ladies beautiful breast pin i Sold 3POTJ3NriItY it The aaarcbiet idcak o cure no pay Day by Best Patent Flour ShipEtufls Salt Seeds 168 Tine Street Cincinnati Ohio TF J Hazel Green it haeaoboeiness in D D Land3AW Stillwater ALLISON c for eale at 3 S Gaitskills Mt SterSMITH A2 JiA Cassidy Robinson Cmpton ling The type on which this papr la printed Ja from SBssSfrJL3T I - IiUCBt8BEr JBSALD aaaV bbbWa Ikxt t3e 19th Jadicial District CHAS k SCOTT JK ttll aBBBBBBBBtBB - te Â¬ MTr STERLING jjDEAEK IN kf A it T -- WfBmm9XT3ULT Tkskt arfii ltk m erit ir Ayers BOOTS 1 1 SHOES ill 1 sk - St i HARD s X wr ft a uaer rjPectora HATS CAPS AND TXTtClV xsm VTPTJ W 3fJETSD pvprv vonnfw nf f4wi tn mjnnlv the 1piU3ik1m of all Ottf eUMIMnLlI W JWWt rf T ttS Tiotaf trbinV w PROPOSE TO SELL FOX GiSHlor Produce and Live Stock We bav of fen tried te aeteWWa jtlMftift frwnin but have as often Sailed We have also notified i TI MPSI OWN GO nfa TPRisni3R tr MMllii tfth s sri vgr- - e S hv J JsG- - s i tb or - 1 l - fer Genfsr FufDislung Ikeep constantly - Sols unnn tim rmns at tue OKI crecnt srxmem y f rJrt CASH BUSINESS which will enable rro 3eU yotngaoAf V W Y kV I v Y wm T - Zv -- -- - 0 Cheaper Tlian You Kave OT 3r Ci i ft al fmr ar3 v soeclal low nrices for cash ejgyigy J link To all of our customers having accouste due we a tf a w 1 1 to jw to Go a I oa owe and will sell them aa cheap as thevean be forward and make settlements bought in Cincinnati Louisville or else as honorable men v where I have We will sell you goods cheaper than you have evr fcktiHMalAiif can better afford it because we will take no risk cfe tae on hand We in particular invite the attentio4 KOTE MS2T ml large stock of CLOTHTNtt DEY GOODS zt et whkfewH Iher WUttbim Ail the Latest Styles and Hsveities ot The Best Wens Fine 3 Shoe in the World It cant be beat Dont fail to call I Jr p ftyfcV forthem Saved wilt sell you an Ladies Shoe latest elegant CELESTINA PEEBEOTION AT MJST4 L ATI ST TJ style for S250 Sterling National COR5TEII finest line of NECK WEAR in the eity When you are in Mt Sterling do not fail to call and see the bargains Twill offer you Main street next door to Mt Bapfcr I have the nlesitesl IX -- iJ4s4 lr -- KENDALL HOUSE SLilN AXDPBESTONSBTJRaSTS WEST LIBERTY KY AMIPirWP IBBaHkaBEBBHBBKSEIHHB9B EtBSEfmKBiBBKBtSBSBJVmiKm - Mrs E C Kendall - Proprietress Tk market affords Experienced hand in charge of stable Charges reasonable The table is supplied with the best the Silt1ttaWlv pnTtthef weW r T DAY Marshal and General Detective MAYTOWN KY Will attend to ferreting out criminals in aiiy part of the country and guarantees aat isfoction in every casc where employed Orders by mail promptly attended to tBFj mt iBiFBBSBEIaiBPBBIilBBaBCIBBBiSSaBy - Hf ff4e ery yers EMILYTRIPP A6MT 51 ABddMtwi6iiaA3rSaataJthil4if XautealUMdft m mrifm - Fourth Avenue -- ktsrikg rTki it i IMPORTERS XXD J0BBKKS OF Frozen Creek Breatliitt DAY BROS County are now receiving the largest and J raa AND Fi vk Boots and Shoes I m bet selected stedC B Kstmkf fe -- yjMMte imnriiiffl thrtee r5 jH or--ft- ef NOTIONS THIED BAGS smk k UNION STESET3 JIA1B Ever hromrht to Breathitt countv lncludin- - DRY GCODa NOTIOi CAPS BOOTS SHOES HARDWARE iJUEENSWAE H0LL0Vfa3E TINWARE SADDLERY CDOCKS GROCERIES SALT FLOTJX awl FKCK VISIONS of everv kind In -fact our stocld W cempletein everyllTiitfjiftwr r r we propose v sell cheaper lor casn or proauce tnan any ttoaoc xs in imhm fMWfv vNmmm ftm- tucky We can sell you goods 2o to oO per ceHt cheaper on tlie credit system es3 Cincinnati Our ftlHiinery and Dress Goody DpartmtY jl Laaa adte n fot PhcBnix Reliable Stables The Old ky Robinson Jones PROPRIETORS On Commission contains the finest display ever seen in the mountains to which w eapechdly fi Hte the attention of the ladies We will fcaho all kinds of Coastrr Jhtiftw mi Live Stock in Exchange for Goods We also expect to deal Jarfjely a WsfawQit Poplar Logs Thanking our friends for pasphtroige we sfcfakftMklitmSk tho same and earnest v reauest all indebted to us to coaae torYfaru team p a uuui trciy icoijcutiuii jf uc - aa TIATTaaaaaT if 7 - w Buy and Sell Horses Mountain men will do well to consult ns befort offering stock for sale as we belie e ii wm oe to ineir interest aaVaaaaav-- aaam BaaVaaaaaT Y McWillianis SON5 AN MAKE ar3w DsLaaaaaak aaaaaaaaaaaaK taaaaaaaaatt arV H LaaaaV aaw -- GIVE US A TRLVL and you will stop with us every time J P ROGERS WITH LNIMENT Diphtheria Asthma BroaaMUa soCUE33 Influenza Croup Couch whcopinfCoA STenrslsis ShiiMnHiii CatJirra Gbln Mrba Haeldne Hoarseaaas Kidney Troables aad3PlnftlHiBse5agft UiarrhcBa Â¬ i 4jriMH SHIPLEY DOISY CO iDRY GOODS Cor 4th Pnd Elm Streets CINCINNATI OHTO INDIGESTION axe tkem wsrM wa tjliiiwiwalr No Thato pill rertienUrfal InforsoatiOQ fiKJiHlii SBatfcri THrnil mzoiTiaT nt dscA dlsooverr always b thackfai is jvcwlktaBUaiM JD Oja SOU pUla jtsd oat about than jou win frea Sold every where orsent by mafl for ato In steaapa 33pl gJOaa8Qy jterj Bkertdana Condition Powder ia absolutelypure aad highly eonaaW ceasrsioa uaeoom rczxaV xm aaU u worui a sousd m mm anT other kind It strictly a aioeUciae to aa aa aaav m mm mm j- - aaaaacaa aw- - op DerlTon withfood Bold everywhere or sent by mail for 5 eeata ia ataaapa 3tt- lJmSfmmmW SawX JL JwajrawaT 31xcaaaytipr i5propaMl foSOO PARSONSen Its sl sioj tt BLOOD PILLS iiWrZ isHIUII 1 aj as all am 111 siuaai jitl2JtkJt Hasel Green jr Â¬ Â¬ W N HALDEMAN Presldeat of the Qreat LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL CO Tolls What He Knows of mi The Celebrated 1r lliaaMII - rr w al-phg- h- WINTEBSMITHS SCHOOL DESK 1ed Cured CHILL CURE Dr WinttrsmitK Sir I waire a rale I hart ebcerred Orrtes or thb Couxixs Jccxkai Locnsrnax for again secured the serrsees of rC 3ft S HAYS and the third term trial mMlm AUGUST 31st 1SS5 aunL salaMeMaipiV moatfts Hazel Greeh- - tfe mmt lioaianalg la tion in the Vt f Fnntrnt Tirtaatx and noted for the wtvaaiags s5t3htt day schools charcheay tmmtmk iiitr HAZEL GXEE2C 1HT The Trustees of th JMtxtatiM V Ti i A Â¬ KHIataaaa -- -- Kmt sr By Using taany years tbe value of your reaaedy jTompt ing ine to say ia replytp your request what 1 kaow of your Chili Cure Xh prtrate otiurancci of its efficacy I had and the good results of its effects I had obsenred oa Mr R W Meredith who for bbow thaa fifteen yean has been fbresiaa of siy office induced me to test it ia ray faaaHy Th results hare been entirely satisfactory The first case jas of two years staadiag iawhichI belkve every knovn remedy had been tried with temporary reÂ¬ liefthe chills rcturnins periodically aad seesungjy Your cure broke then at with increased severity once and there bes bees so recurreace of theaa for more than six months The other case was of a milder form and yielded racre readily to other intervals remedies but the chllb would retara until your medicine was used since which tirae nowseveral months they have entirely disappeared From the opportunity I have had to judge f da set hesitate to express my belief that your Chill Cure is a valuable specific and performs all you prembe Very respectfully for it are not equalled is the ticular and its fntxre dsthwd U wavar a good to onr country hirk iriH W JtoS IPerna reaoaable for hfA tiimmwml board For terras c -groC X B Igajlgfc anahealtk Thiaschoot presesfe aTMitogM yhfiat -- tekmteic lltg fM sltTlaar C Sidney SchocI JOHN to fcm manufactured by the FurnitsreGo Sole Proprietor Loughlik j25rFoo sale by J ftNHALDZHAZf T P Day -- SIDNEY OHIO Thia JDe3e Xas been Adopted In 2fearly All the Xdlns Sckools of Use Country Has attained a mammvA af Htaaueaoc no sapdr genius skat aad Tat OOTTAGI- ORGAN V mJmmmmmmmJM aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaS TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK 1625000 Erasers NOW IN USE ATM MT STERLING KY Globes Registers Dictionaryllolders Maps asap ijases JNumerai xramw Uharts Dictionaries Anatomieal Models Eakkf J X M BIGSTAFF President W W THOMSON Cashier DIRECTOES - Microscopes And everything needed ia a schooL reoa us for complete catalogs Ad Â¬ dress Slating Bells Crayon Blackboards Liquid r gmimm r aaaaHaaaHH OaMLUr 52 i aBBBBBBBaBBBBaBBBfiaaS q JaaaaaaaaaaaaHaaaaaaV jWnte flOly BaaaHl 3f a nMirfiSii aaaavciaen K TT i Sidney School Furniture Gonial r- BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBflBBf -- Ml z -- Ayers Pilli SIDNEY OHIO inAAdP Jasies Cnon2T De R R Deake mrMly Feslee THE JOHN SHILUTO OQMPAHY J T Highland AxDPEvr Wholesale and Retail Dealers jasmsszmv- TWKTarwaeitoecnqKNiw - WiaiKtf jrgmwt- - aarB i ixXBrnSmT lMa4V j ia aais D AY HOUSE HAZEL GREEN KY Rev ISAAC 3IURPHY Pbop u3oivaxz xjuxuatm TYPE DRY GOODS CARPETING Race Seventh George Streets The table is supplied with the beat in the market and every attention given to guesta Bates reasonable ms Mrmmoisii XmefomrHmm at ajifWK XH3CX i - rmmm aaBBBv nvH aaiat saai flaaaaL 1 --- -j -- Â¬ - t - tbs abore i oondry Ecrros Hkbaxj The best largest and cheapest local paper puousnea m ine oiace 5ia year O SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TTERATTS waa4PrfaUte llilil I HH Qijgjiiinati O f biafeVsf nT aj 3 fKr H It1 c j st E9 - If ifc- 0r A GBOSSMXX r V XT tr L t - Mr j i PERSONAL fi ffi n r r ii Wi Qsajttjr UiWypiSMft A88t lii - Tmm TABLE ISaratt IF ytrchaaiirg Jcjia IX Ooper Hoc J W K aad Ed 0 Ocear Esqr of Saarr aierkt Thv ware loakihg after IajhI with the view of XT Howe and 32 A Bent of wars fcuesta df the Jde IrflMlB If I - - C tMxtmwifc ua at -- eay sa Mle for j 11 a a a r- -a - K4 left for Breathitt Seady J4y K arrives tMtftMMf rfeJi jfc at S IL Ford with AAfc IUrafw4m A Ct I j x-Ber 2Tftir Tort roistered at the Pk- tjf ao ad XMMwrfilc JWVJWVOtUKlftV Hfwfar JL W Liie witk Joknon gtton C JtO frwK tfce vkkirA C Baltinwet retored afctiie Pierattty18812 m1 fhmt tuTmrffli Mif UniMf Cwftdi y gt 1fjScerf of J TDay CfUBpfcm Xsatgoaserv last Saturday nbrht wa n rtt T at JuSE ataatfetftvt ili IttriS JUMWWMMrat MLHtaiiLv 0Wn4rrt4rfinbr i i Sd Xiy Bif nktirm We Siiardaj and BMHajM8fCaat4oa ras Sax- - vk 1 fUUCBL rfcfcfcElU KY WWfc-t-ii-JaJt- iW SfigQAE 9r H M JbX wgitMtkDfty Hoe Mosday BrJLE9wkBof SalyerevIJle is fctrg ort 0 Caaptott J y MMw iJ fcat Triable o3CtSferiir MltivM it tkk place is vis-itij- -g ClikfBecittlnieelasiAiDday sight Jter IT R Ssgs f West Liberty tcil Esst w ia town Dr Sakuda Magic Vermifuge JJyBxmlGrm TK Ex Eprtrtirvmn Apri 7 9MKVCIHML y- It a safe aad awe is the Sold bv XT Emporium Nit Starlings The plainest and simplest way re bc lteye to be the best We want to be un Â¬ derstood and bence our plainness He know time are hard and money scarce and it becomes every body to economize and live witain their mean3 Our busi- Â¬ ness you know is that of millinery We hare gone into the market and purchased just what the people want at prices that will ieep you from going deeply in debt Our stock comprises a larger and better assortment than we have ever had 500 new shapes and patterns of bonnetSj from the cheapest to the finest both trimmed and untriramed Cartoon upon cartoon of buds and flowers the rarest and most exaaksie in the market Plumes in nooons m au colors umiaer plushes and hundreds of other thlsrs Of novelties in tnmmiusr goods we have the most clezant stock ever brought to thia market all of which we are ooenng so per cent less tnan ineir real value We have bought the goods at a bargain and our customers will re- Â¬ ceive the benefit Mira Mary Lynch who is known to every body in this sec- Â¬ tion as a rery fine and tasty trimmer has charge of oar trimming department and you desire anything special she can make it in the hight of style and fashion Ske has the art of suiting everybody and making them look their best Our store is fall of goods which must be sold and we will make prices to suit every body Dont fail to see mr goods and get my priees when you visit ilt Sterling Mrs Kate O CiiAiiK V Fhon advise Son J W Ivcndall to get one as we notice a very unupying species of g rat about his residence Mis3 - Nannie Murphy u charming Wtshiag to engage in other ousiness that young lady of Ezel is visiting friends in will require my whole time I otTer for sale our city the guest of Miss Lula Piul that valuable and well established hotel property known as ihe lips John Barber and M M Bedwine of Martinsburg were at the Kendall House several days last week which has enjoyed very liberal shar of Judge John E Cooler spent a few the puimcpatrouage a 2U years po uue lor days with his family and left for Wolfe I house contains 14 rooms 10 of them being F Sale tfraxki Gounod BRGssMiuf mm a m uuxzvammtf gig am w 8 aJwWRrsfppawpaaav t k yj aaaaeaaawi u wtfoDKAxx - A P1ERATT HOUSE Jill Bilfl ZIS aWw m 3 XiAvIa slStSiS yesterday W G Kendall is visiting friends and relatives at Salyersville T O Johnson of Blaine Fs registered at the Morgan House Cricket MbS fldBy 3 VjBiftnMaw yiai IU f i WOLFE GiROUJT COURT The absence of Dr Williamson from 1 BREATHITT COUNTY Wee ware all U - orssted The his pulpit last month was occaaioned by Lucinda Morris fru- fim rlor tt n tersonal and family affliction He will enMiMIMt On Petition axd OmHt S HBiMT 7re dtiMMv nnnaM W Tk Vwtl-preach t Bethsalem on Saturday before KUICKS MILLS 3lay o iSIiza Joseph Morris MttiMSsiMMLiHOctMr Jl nf Vx VA Ci f month also on the the day liberty All trho witseseed tlie exasii- - the fifth Sabbath in thiswhich time the Houndshell is lying atThe point of death A petition was filed on the doctors have of fifth Sabbath at with consumption J 1885 in the clerks office of the -v ba u k kteeaSr at w aoa xaewrsnce it decided Sacrament of the Lords Supper will be given given her up Court aforesaid praying an order to authorseooie at iare srftp administered KctornTo the wife of H W Hound ize the petitioner Luciuda Morris to trade Jtonifae wwatiy wai rogreaBed rapidly P Rev Dr Williamson of Lebanon Ky shell on May 1st a big boy Harve is and act as a feme sole and notice of this erg Wire ftUBt TkvrBdar taHv w uewt wwt lutoreu oy tae amiame application is ordered to be posted at the Presbyterian Church jaipU Osly fceWclthwreiTed lady teacher Mrs 3fickeli The enter- - preached at the Sunday morning held in the happiest man on Quicksand iu at two other a L C Roark will attend the next term court house doorthe Camp tonand published this place last public places in county was gives Friday night the j i afternoon and meeting in kdirotod toead- - tRaeat natu JUMig bezore tneatdoor childrensagain nightthe He also preach- of Court at Salyerville on professional In the Hazel Greek Herald the time JtaeoBic prescribed bv law services at BtM Is this ksoe peaed the streets before the hall were business A copy Attest iKaLay ed Monday and Tuesday nights Ccua JVcv af AAojt ama JSMP0L CvtR cked to xods aroaad H D Back will erect a dwelling on lien the W F ELKINS Clerk flwirtWlt wiwk tiey are aeUieg doors were opened ev rushed in one Kev D G Combs of Ezel passed the Ivy Point farm in a short time By DAVID HOGG D C route aki aase each ae striving to secure a throuzh hero Fridav en he had home Elihu J Rdark Eli Roark and others April 19 18SG 4t been from -- Manchester where seat URfortSiteir the house was too H GILLIS holding a protracted meeting He reÂ¬ killed 115 nice fish on Saturday 1C Kkt al tik eelM saali for tyW aith secre by half It m oslythe ladies could ported SO additions to the church at that Farmers in this vicinity are busy plantWITH i aw Wowtnii serte seedleas to endeavor ing corn Old Boy Gmcm to gve a miEHte description of the syra place ai ate laimtht Haul TnaMe tracts Tie poauHu Suifiee it ta say that the like Rev T Pieratt of this place preach- Â¬ Will buy Wool Giuseng Raga Hides m for HBlxraaded ceccess has never been ed at the Rose school house on Grassy c S S Gaitskill Mt Sterling prodsoed in Eastera Kenteckv Music Creek in Morgan county last Sunday f this awLfttr j aeclaaatSgs oeadoas farces dramas 3ac JfiMali JLayx aLa2 4Ur Eev W R Cooper of Jackson held WHOLESALE Of interest to Ladles Pjaajf aaaaaaao WVaav aW from the sublime pathetic to the n religious services at White Oak in The new treatment for ladies diseases W F dksioe and hamorous affording in Breathitt county last Sunday itkmmmmf iwi aarried a tractioa to tine M and young which if Rev Isaac Murphy preached at the discovered by Dr Mary A Gregg the heeded iviil make life a pleasure and John Rose school house on Stillwater distinguished English Physician and nurse which have revolutionized the encause all to reach the goal in the summer last Sunday Cairn ob wealth agaiMt laad beyond tie Jordan The closing Rev R Kendall of this place tire mode of treatinsr these comolaints in L3ar aat No G13 West Maix Street England is now being introduced into the CMaal wack vm ihwum ia speeches were made by Hon J M Kash preached at Maytown last Sunday wit fmm Mawwa oouaty asd Prof N B Hays of Hazel Green U S under a fair and novel plan rf Aaa i Sufficentof this remedv for one months aed ware heartily appreciated by the au LOUISVILLE KY He Sure Booms the Right Man trial treatment is sent free to every lady aaFfeaiv A pereo could see with half an dece Mr I see by the papers that who is suffering from any disease common aye afoer lieacag ike various pieces that the actEditor creating the lytu district in to the sex who sends their address and 18 B Kfcir natates the rigi- - a retter axt ssore accompiisneu iaay which the county of Wolfe is included Jbf4 2ct stamps for expense charges etc teacher thaa IkSrs Mary Nickell cannot houses and been signed WITH It is a positive cure for auy form of mc6 a VMrotifi rrowtiu and 3 he fotaid ia the State The visitors were has passed loth The change may prove feaftKtif k laetre whk kakdelighted and left for their homes by tne Governor ways but we certainly female disease and the free trial package hkrhlT beneficial in some is many times suificent to effect a perma- Â¬ iacXtliT ct-- j well pleased wttk Esel and her people regret to lose Judge Cooper who has nent cure Full directions accompany done noble work in this district and who the package which is put up in a plain 7 tfC B- - A C3lets of Maytownas 10 one of the best jGftbk CaMire started to Sothweu 000 sweet patao slips for tele at 20c a has won a reputation as Commonwealth wrapper also price list for future referWHOLESALE Circuit Judges in the No trial m4j aonBar warn two loads of J 100 which are xdy to set out any time But the change Is made and it devolves ence 1st- 18S6 package will be sent after Aug Address Gregg Remedy Dry rJMoa i4t briaf iua tae upon the people of the new district to Company Palmyra N Y Creek Bf th wajr Road laniaw Imimvi a Circuit Judge 729 731 and 733 Dr Ointment cures John A Carter aataqetar wclaat lumber The rodbetwsiath and Bothwell select Wolfe is called weWhen the coun- Tetter Rluglnnds Tetterand all here would be glad ty of Seal dhead Itch skin erup- Â¬ James G Carter aaa jBLiaMaaaBV A Waaj aaffrapaj D A Forline sfeaJaon k pcrkaps theworst in the State to have the name of our respected neigh-Â¬ MAIN STREET Jo C Bethel tact that there is bor Hon J M Kash presented He is in tions Sold by J T and F Day fiotwitheteadag the JXmpWmm Yrmm Creak will please aa abaaaaee of the finest material for LOUISVILLE KY J G Carter Jr prime of life a good lawyer a mmmm Jorttie ard seat malriag good road at hand It seems the speaker and an upright fionest forci- Â¬ The Mitchell Wagon for sale at S S man S J GEAUMAN oe aat waafc AX wk hae to xs taat tke versees of each road disÂ¬ ble many frieucls would be gratified to Gaitskills Mt Sterling JAS A SHUTTLEWORTH to akis His e t tke sseat trict weald feetoo prod to let strangers 9MMT it ywwMiajiao it conf- Â¬ honored with the position GRAUMAN SHUTTLEWORTH saRaiaac tiMif vr saw It was gBowm see tkk dejAoaale tate of anairs and go see him he wonld prove a worthy suc- Â¬ Improyemsnt of the Kentucky River ident that ia that few to irark 6t rsedy the difficulty Manufacturers and Jobbers of KENTUCKY JXayler Day of tkk piaej days woricwokld sat the road in Agood cessor to our present distinguished judge iw Democrat cosdition and a lay spent upon it at tr BAM DTI 0 iatarvak of twe aotks would keep it in Dr Raglands Lightning Relief is a a tkk cavaty was priae ceadidon until next winter The sure cure for Rheumatism and Neural- Â¬ Wood at foMowiag Scam tie Licking Valley J T F Day are the Ui- - m z cfeargeS Scorcher oa ade subject is a very sensi Â¬ gia Eastern Kentucky wholesale agents JftdfearSig for iff lTaajfft waioKfy vnaom pcyia cse ble piece f d vic and we commend it Scaled proposals in triplicate will be rerue aaioroa a ptex m sucy toiheeseaderstkm of those in charge Show for a Saddlery Shop ceived at this office uutil noon local time aaaat 7a3taM jae tkelOtk Wte-fail--- of tke road named fTbe indications Mr Hamlet Sepass of Cedar Bluff on ihr 15tk Day of May 188G for furnishHa ing the coal required for operating engines HiJrOiraafwt this sectkm will be amt ta Jail at are thatspring aad suamer visited dur Va a few days since wrote a letter to on the work of constructing the dam at 605 W Maik Steeet ty auite a- B Sample of this county inquiring Beattyville Ky tke img vaaajBaa prospecting for invest- what aaaksr of LOUISVILLE KY of location Hazel Green would amount required 5000 to SMrVF t in noryalm timber lands and be forkind i a saddlery and harness shop and Approximate 8000 bushels aaowiae tkaaaselves OB desire focal the atteation of those in Mr S handed it to us to answer After fcy Bete er aocaac IS NUNNELLYWITH charge oar public roads to the impor investigation we are convinced that it Bidders will utate price per bushel of jHBflMaa caHaac mtite ww wtaoat QUALITY aez putting inem in gooa repair would te one of the best points in the FIRST at the site ofOF LUMP COALto dea w Taaifianiff t doaa wkaa A There nothing tkast more forcibly im be dam Deliveries livered CO within There is wk sstkwaad to oailect presses scager tsrith the public spirit State rents are 5a3 tannerythere is eight made from time to time as the engineer DTJBTLAP BEOS av aaea2te aa ytw I aad eaterarke of a people than good miles than oae atan and do day inmore may directform on application to R S BurWHOLESALE SADDLERY J can and Printed mtmty am ax oeapelkd te raada They are ia fact indexes to the work MS H laaafc day out So come on Mr R and the nett Apsistant Engineer at Beattyville Ky a rJ ef it tkaftor indolence f a people and we people here will give you a good support The United States reserves the right to re- J L Dunlap Manufacturers of ject any or all bids hefeio see all our county roads put in J B Dunlap C POST JAMES der at oneeT W G Barrett Saddles Harness c W T Gaskqy successor to Caskey Captain of Engineers U S A are the aaaes of tkel ge Ky 728 and 730 U eaaaowae Ihegraad fmy at St Eaglana Pile Remedy is a sure Pieratt keeps constantly on hand an as- May S Engineers Office Beattyville and dealers in 1st ISSff ersr frevk Court t care for Bleedine Piles Blind Piles and sortment of staple and fancy groceries tr tera W Main St try all Ceras or piles Sold by J T F dry goods and notions at bottom prices Qcatyiga Braaa fcrowwa Alex Saddlery Hardware Xaawum Pfltlre aaes ir Dar Saasl Greea 2 rW J ITaUaae Ketoey iioEoa LOUISVILLE KY The Ragland Show T rath in u-- m isrows a cot Prof Martyne traveling with Dr A4y X JL KiBaaalmrTMrsaaaGoer JBL C Crock-- Coldiroa of this place was re 15 iiagiand gave an exhibition in the GEORGE DOLL WITH aa KWte cently heard aaire the fellowiag remarks Academv building at this place on Tues-Â¬ aaaaXt 5th inst consisting of doat beleag to the charch nor I Jprofatfioaal philanthropist but amdo day nightj therecitations elocution and IS WABEANTED to cure Fever and Go Rosenoerg Flexner veatriloquism I ia eeaaea a TheVefcfe Gfoait Garl a Ague Intermittent or Chili Fever Re facial features was a fine show some Successors to Rosenberg Nathan Flexner thar waefcrJadft Ceagec acaaiilrg Ia beBeve is avaeal ssaeioa to up in extent throughout as It mittent Fever Dumb Ague Bilious Fever though very chaste a mud C JL Breaks Coaaoa- - Osce apata time I stack fc Dengue or Break bone Fovcr Liver WHOLESALE iMMdaJAl AMKwer Jeat Mhas f i hole with x cord asd a half of wood was withal very laughable His rendi- Â¬ Complaint and all diseases arising from 3a ytq wsk t which k lag Xoei for one yoke of oxen tion of the moneyless man was very Malarial poisons ammuea a i fine and are dedui a j A piiea ise waip jreeiy if bytney sun re serving ofmany other featuresbut spaceÂ¬ wmmmz jamneya jeflHHBBz Earpers S C July 9 188 J special mention inspiration statu ao As mge joerH adtaed AND ML aieraac For eighteen months suf VB Whie Wa lany Irnae a bright idea strack me and I changed forbids Showed at Camp ton Monday ered with Chills and Fever get aoae corn from a con and Tuesday night V4 tMMM r-- JfeaaaLacT J W Jfcea ay tactics 712 and 714 South Side Main Chills every Tealeat crib set aiae scattered a few 9l XLykwe Kergaa aealy ears fedora theoxea withia reach and Druggists and merchants of either havingtrying variousother day remedies Bet 7th 8th After ox aere ea ahead After disposing of the Wolfe Breathitt Morgan or Magoffin recommended to cure used a m au 3kfte LOUISVILLE KX F Day for any of bottle ofJlyers Ague Cure and aaaes Ceaac Thos 1L cam sear Jtt aeota tbey negan to pun will call on J T jyaat - Dr Raglands aedicinces as they are unikbcs LJ JC TeLlLi r aacuamc ytafw Swxmoiiy i Hi my Mumeb wae s usue aaraer tacj wholesale agent for the counties men- Â¬ have never since had a chill uxea cuurt J H SMOCK WITH 6 lajiaanr WJ X Baoeks W H drew the toagae oat pi the wagon tioned above FDWIJf EABPMR of JE aT fl Ferkaa PREPARED BY Drake G G Xa J 8Pmew X E Co Ravages of the Cut Worm Relief is the Dr Sagaada lightaing Co Lowell Him Dr J C Ayer discovery of the age for the Wholesale Dealers in E S Sample of this county reports eat JiMua gpeeoi graedeet paia id by all Druggists C jale by T F great destructioa of crops on his place EBXeeScnJeh relief He says that in a nine acre field of corn W iieMvic Gee Hattoa and Day Hazel Greea which was nearly large enough to work Established 1856 OttUme9 Scoureo the CeRtract the cutworms have destroyed at least He Tlaala Vfiaaaaaaat PieKit ef Black- aarka Childers of JeSersonville half white also noticed a field of timothv EXCHANGE 4rpfWw j eaawaeieaw BANK clover has heretofore and tty iairt Koada lad ha the centracfc for building the produced well and which that the ground Xiis ew choet hotwe at Jackson ana will was literally alive foundcut worms He aeKrTMLsae 3IT STERUCNG KY 715 and 717 West Main Street with about the heekaef tiajwekef alleeaeaacrip ooaaence work oa it be of brick 25th says they have eaten off nearly all the J G TKIMBIE President Between 7th and 8th two these aeaef whkaw acreia hfll oolaaae- istsL The house wOl class rooms a leaves and the pasture is as bare of ver- Â¬ iEStlE THOMSON CashUr d feaih- storys high with three tdmm The LOUISVILLE EY aehert time sm stiver hall and office below Ia the upperstory dure as the State road peraetiy DIMCTOBS use will be s chapel 56x36 feet two music J- - W BUX110UGH8 mt aeaHB reaeuy Greg J G TKIMBLE JACOB HARRIS MORGAN COUNTY ML Kerattlbkiady reaaxked rooms recitation room and library WITH JSO T KAGOWA3T B T BEAU W T HAVENS aatheweekl sever he brake while la I The length of ihe building is 56 feet West Liberty May 10 This town I hecajae Jae vow aertc with aa U mix3M teec use tower wiu has been blessed Co Surplus S15330 with drummers the Capital S1OO0OO fee alas eet square and 56 feet high a note Receives deposits Discounts bills Loans with stairway to the top A metal roof past week Among the many we regis- Â¬ money on liberal terms Exchange bought Messrs Leslie Ford and Lawton WHOLESALE Oar Jted 2ei Mrc cocroaioaieat will cover the eatire building The con Â¬ tered at the Kendall House and Charlie and sold And does a legitimate banking erice a 4680 recpra the death We f gearare eetry toef dreeeyacee ta tract Howe and others at the Morgan House business Your patronage respectfully so-Â¬ mrl73m Jieeor oe JehaeoK Oreek GL0TH1N6 MANUFACTURERS Prof H M Curry of Hopewell agent licited Swango Springs et her aeideeef Teraoas livinfirnear tie Swango Springs for the celebrated musical instruments jaaaeaMt eoaaajTi eai tae ut wet one Co and W W of D water 724 and 72G Main Street Jaauny Mved thfe oeiwty Sbeiearee who desire to use its same by will favor Fyvie H Raldwia the Fidelity Mutual PALACE HOTEL agent for first call a haaeaW eieht er auu eeildrea aad a tiw proprietor of the Between 7th and 8th ERENCHBURG KY apoc kia before helping themselves Life Association are in our city They ef janvdeaeifeB tnatex ae ac-Green this week and will be at Hazel to aeerm her iftes Sfcewas Those at a distance who desire the water persons wanting bnsiness in their line J H WILLIAMS Proprietor sj te LOUISVILLE KY f i t ec a shipped to their address will write the jl eaaaaa jeey faei do well to call on them JT1 HBderagaea who is wk sum wiui ivi u will is m The patronage of the traveling public jueeeHMi pens has been a great demand best Table aeL m Jakaeaa Oreek aat of the epnar and their orders will be While there oujr community we would jespectmlly invited comforj the guests and BUY your paperatenvelopes ink oflice THEHERAiD c cyry attention to the of for ra dogs in Oaeeaa promptly fiUed HAXjeiso Swakgo a JT -J -- iX jarfti It tkoush tk sdraaeenet of edacaCrt jmtefeat for3teectwRseeasthemcowatry thelllnOas - Wm jm m of Miitiw ir wwMttr the minds of the fiy fcam w Macifae Lee has HCfMili uaaidtt fc Moms sdl W W i MW Hi IbW K OSnait tt ar 3fee idee Mkoci at Ssel closed Pri Red River on a fishing tour We wish them good luck Miss Lida Childers of Long Branch is visiting her brother R A Childers and family thi3 wecknt this place W C Hill near this place has gone W B GKUBB3 to Covington as a pettit juror in the TJ W T BBINKLEY S Court at that place GRTJBBS Wallace Gruelle Deputy XJ S Mar- Â¬ BRINKLEY Successors to Brinkiey Co shal from Louisville was in town two or three days this week on official business WHOLESALE James J Cannoy of Spencer Station passed through town yesterday en route to Hazel Green on lightning rod business Mrs D S Godsey passed through town yesterday en route to Frankfort to see her husband and son Sheet Iron Tinners Stock s Elijah Lockhart has added some valuable improvements to his property in Ihr Eagiands Lightning Eelief cures 662 W Mum St and 201 to 209 Seventh Lick Skillet Cholera Morbus Bloody Flux Cramps this place Street Colic and all painful affections Sold pump has no supeThe competition force by T and F Day LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ - Maytowk May 6 J T Sexton and John F Hill of this place have gone to supplied with grates besides a diniag room 40 feet loujr and a good kitchen A large and commodious stable and enclosed shed will hold 30 horses A verr rich trardea I spot of K to K of au acre with raspberries gooscDernes piuiua appie ana pescn trees and a fine asparagus bed A well filled ice hoxise smoke house chicken house and coal house constitute the outbuildings There is on the place two never failing wells pf pure water The property can be bought with or with- Â¬ out the furniture at a bargain and on easy terms Anv one wishing to purchase may addresa J 1L PIERATT Proprietor Hazel Green Ky orTnE Herald J n-aTi-vf a S X v s htt JSJLUJJl3yB Juj j JK X w- ii i -- - TK aaWeaVnaaW t 74 and 78 Main Street lis c - CINCINNAIi 0 WILIiMOT r -- Cash Dry Goods Store WHOLESALE AND KBTATL V We are anxious to sell Our Gkxxia and will make our prices ligiit Orders filled prompUyTand careflally We liave a big drive in a Box toe Boot t extra good Come and ee me fV jJfe Qf J Â¬ Religious Notes rior also chain and suction pumps always ia stock at B F Riddklls Mt Sterling CB Eeese Building - WILLMOT - MT STEtiO V GyItt MMaMMMM frr - Wf JUDY OLDHAM JTJDY - tt 1 - iai it - Â¬ Successors to HANLY hav - Mount Sterling Hy DEALsas nt If f Â¬ t -- Hardware Queensware3 Stove r Grates Plows c SoSe J Â¬ w I Agents for the Work 8Qwtai zzTENNESSEE WAGONa The Best and Cheapest Wagon on Wheel t The Trade of Wolfe and adjoining onntieii Is respectfully solicited The Highest Market Price Paid for all SHxyfeM Medicinal Boots Herbs and Bark Except Ginseng j irlla J McOord Aydelotte AiHn Ma ntJciammair a4 ad - iat ite Â¬ J HATTERS E EOBEETS -- yi-llyrs Tic J i- -- T BBEEN SON v h-- fraUc cd - At jw Garter Bro i Co Importers 1 Wholesale Druggists Main Street Mt Sterling Ky Â¬ - Coods and Notions Â¬ mjt aa ix ecr Keeps Constantly on liand a Large and wtil JNt-lected Stock of m ADAM BAUM ci vCtXfST I BEATTYILLE ill Groceries Fine Liquors Which he sells Wholesale and BetaH as as they can foe bought in the State Give him a call and be convinced that jtm can do as well in Mt Sterling aa anywhere 2 you may go N H TRIMBLE KOST X TJtBCKJC i -- Â¬ Â¬ dhy pecs - Â¬ a -- -- Â¬ 3aaj Â¬ jqs TMMBLE BBOS WHOLESALE GEOCERS AND DEALEESEf t crf-v - 9 Â¬ H Xrt -- a AYERS rgUw ure J Â¬ -- X - Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oila Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling - i all wfe BOOTS SHOE ESTABLISHED IK 1845 The Leading Insurance Agency 1885 -- wit jr a iere I Davis Mallory -- Fr J Xliayx DRY GOODS And Fancy Goods - wrerii -- 31000000 00 181 Lead d Trr rfiThlrtt Liverpool and London AaVWp60 w and Globe of England 36875000 00 1810 Hartiferd af Hjrtfo Mercan- Â¬ 849 SjpriafSdd ot SrlagSkt 1809 North British 33301 jOOO 00 1863 FireaeBS Faad f CM- tile of England 1794 Ins Co of jSortk America 7186S 33 189S Korthwaaiera of Philadelphia 5863000 0 1750 NWra of New Yrk 1710 Sun Fire OEceJofLosdoB 5383916 4 185 Beaiaaas Pittarr 1782 Phenix of Loadon w Insurance in order to be reliable aast be gairaatesd fry tTiirrTillt Mill ititim corporations the policies of doubtful or experlnsaUl ceapssles hcjtt iwc at ay frit The best policies are always the cheapest Iasarers smdd thk annaaW ax tfcqr would a banker or a persoR who is ia heM thIr faads 1 Jnwt lAok fwnMif a jft puraznount cossidaration of insuraace SepeetfUy A JK99nCJf MT STEELING KY Total Assets of Agency I43S4S70 Eoyalof Liverpool 0 WQ 1836 4saaa Xtil It Office At Traders and Deposit Bank c C B SWANCO J DKALKfc nr Z m M I 1 Levi Xfewburger GENERAL MER HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY SEEPS COXSTAKTLT OX KA3TD A TXTLL AJmOXtWOtt W a Staple a ig Hats Caps Boots thoss Qummfmvtmtm Hardware Tab and Pocket Gutfry9 Jn nd Fancy Dry Goods lladymsds m 4 mmwmt T ai kxnh V ies Stoyes and Farrnlna fmyirwfiifcs w fi -- afirsi ctes edairy aiwe jwhI Also vill take in exchange for Goods or ia prsHtmjtfiaj Country Produce and Lve Sck of every descripsfi In fact everything usually kep iL4imf - - i t 5 A iStSSJtiuK- - - - 4Sis imtA- p4iMaase-H-- w saouirffessg yk ZL sbCt sas fls2 2 23tt IP 11M r i ilffTSaiiM HJPyllJliiillllSWSS rxJr - iWEST dJ v t3t1 LJiy T- -j - A GREAT FERTILISER S HOWE AND FARM Tnt Slt WiU o lor TVbean Small GrsUns fcr a r - and Other yv tsssr - - ifi- - THe iqucstioa V oiertilizatioxi ihVonh lisiBisW fA sssssssV f0W- u yijmai FOR - 3DCSTUCIX 1 ri ADiES t 5 t WwatrqtiB mhm BAva if Bt vBHHHH9Htiiln Ttr jpii ij f 4fft4il fc etXMpr1 culturei ifi S Sllt X r at least vut m uic iararo must iuow sohietmriiiroieeniias n -- wii li ils application 55l a Siamese nwestESjfuse sajtiitaejrsDinDU- - a simple 1 spraptsealgri r y tate x tce ityeosuD-- o k ittPBBUBBSk iV s 5- - urarU 2 5 ft at l t2wrir4dJflte siririifBG5 ifcNhwAjdfe are tobd worn agamf r Tmm icmlMaeres viU bo much n ar a w iftsr 3fcwr mb m bonacts are lugh as MSSaefe -- E W- - St aw T r fifvj nbs xrBriT jy T w IftiporAatgfeMioas- - IhitlieDiection it nmst be remembetufenjWlsab nce becomes solufiieiisiwaterlrfe in ert as afertiIizT- - lauMi plastcr-2feyt-i - SJ uHsnsoJubJe afour fcanUroojparts of i waicr oait is one ot me mostsoiubie of substances Hence gjisuniacts slow- -t di i qnu Kiy lt Aramg5sum De- tuie not casifv soluble njavffeontinuc 7- U MMieoior jBlme striwed 3 BHSiHiRKrSiifeTi TeTr Saadesi linvill onltklvbe wr apponrance seersaiMiKrirausaa fk V- ttiXWJ1 1UffBuHlK1V wmd waists Aodiairst p 3T - sii 5 jifyKi weitnt infkimmiiaer dressss verijiyiiiswctjgj utxxJJSittJBanJceepmg it hence acts as a preventive ty3 lauRC m -- swiftvj niy peftaiprormce df the moist ies salt injagrfejigure Jtcjonservcs eR wliere i ot auiij- z YlfmbVUivVsvim Jtchean liencc tbeir universal use when tcanioi1ation for long distances does jimations fit jSA aiTtl 5s si t Icaehwl onthirranscommon salt are njivw noyvjicp Rice KrittersiJLgood way to use cold nee yno large tacnp of boiled rice two cups of milk one egg Hour to mkea stiff batter one teaspoon baking powder Fry on a hot griddle eat with sugar and butter Toledo Blndc Tne best food for young pigs is something which willhot fermentsnch aary unground eafe Tho thorough mastication needed wonderfully im- Â¬ proves digestion Little pigs will at- a great deal of grass and this is natures Troy Times own best medicine and1 Isinrik have clean ewds well vcntilateil apartments When the weatlier is mild and wann turn tlieni out into the yard If ifcr is hot convenient to let the ewes out arrange partitions and pens so that tlik lambs maiy enjoy the outside air and sunlight Toronto Mail A sieve is a very necessary article about a poultry yard The pail of ashes may sem to be fine enough to pldase thedaintiest hen but sift them nndyou will be surprised to see bow many sharp cinders you will obtain enough io en couragc the aforesaid Jicn in her attempts to use the dust box Western et Would it nob be wise to substitute more eggs for meat in our daily diet About- one- of an es s is solid nutriment S1 This is more than can be said of meat There are no bones no tough pieces that have to be laid aside-- A good egg is made up of ten parts shell sixtyparts white and thirty parte yelk The white of an egg contains sixty six per cent water and the yelk jSfty tvro per cent Practically an egg is animal food and yet there is none of the disagreeable work of the butcher necessary to ob- Â¬ tain it - The Herald of Health asks CierjnaaAiBaCaroBfiryJ1ogiveB abteeieepjeiTeQscareswherelotfaefsfaU Am IEE FARM iM SIM LUIS w The most WtderfZ 4srrfcItwIitAfirfes m Inlng vsA ancfacturlagt Surrouawrd by m ww GQNSUMmflLi wcrTywg nn dttT k lcCIraoraiLfeHSTfeFnKB BampauaSCHIMABOwlaCnR curedi t tree OPIUM solicited andhome of euro honestlnvaUgtorsTHxHciUK8 trUU towmClASXkSrAKADISriT Maiec crapaf raised In 1S8SL THOUSAND 0 ACRE Of COVERKMEKT LAND sabjtfcttoprs earpiioa nomefteaa iaatjsiorsaje w accaaisenrersas V Cut 1 wilt t TWQ3WTT1JS yj tM ili8Wtflia SKr- - AUU A4UI J J 4 KUAn ssdJPlnIM Habit Qalcly Correspondenca ly Far maps pamphlets etc address ColokboLv LOAS Co Opera mAtfii 28IBL uw CtVORTaEBbSa Bent HUCI0 DsnvrCrfoi LOVE trrvif- ia tmascyrvwnmxji C8y Ads iJaoK nryj-- Kxhsdv CojiPAjnr tafaycttlnd HJHR BCBtrcMCo473rVabaeb lllllll TTigs Bangs and Waves sent C O D aay where Wholesale and retail prlce llstretf oekeys E I loWiniSiflisS Ml arCIilcsgo Dr Cyrus Edson has begun a cru- Â¬ sade in jejy York against such Erench peas1 as are colored with copper 2f Y un o CAMGER Boolcoatrcatmenticntfree Address IxiwhenyoendforoareaUH ww jciMiuiiiajAurcniiuuicuuJ-u- v auiuihui MM1 III III III Treated and cured without tha tadfe fSTheMghteatrBnatagelevalOTbladttheVdrld fflrwlwc Fc480astoWBathrouifefanBOTesi r m rJroHtJgiwyyiy ANK7JS 2 V kTicttfrjiqffwaK y ykrtrtiWfciBog- - HfiffSL v- -S2M - i 25 III - rtv K fc - r 7V j J f3 iS Jf Canadian parlia- Â¬ ment says St Jacobs Oilactelikoacharm Eer W M iJeffcwich D D Nashville publicly endorses Red Star Cough Cure Prica twenty five cents a bottle Lite-SexA-t- or 5- Ftnrr - This talk about the editorial pen is all nonsense nearly all editors use pencils Chicago Ledger FVj Â¬ tT7s jyj S iiiHljlASfp9 a1 cBvflBB JPr ii ImCi hSBl yyv ftflrsKvSVB Bi t 4 C mShpr nt f jlhe rilatMuuins J It acMmfavoraplyaipon iuncrusreijin5 jhjw uau lit aui hi tuc jm cool and of drought j -- nr nw iicnuui inw Wf i jP0K w wkHcto 01 le rreat ittorsan sale nas ti IjHIdixw k js y tf MrkVIXW990 JtW J it seen in me new it 1 ieriven iiieTconnecnon assisrs me JtiiSXflEn j aMsttiiejlant to take lerstrAvrfand jiiilie same - up silica and aram m iniun m the 3 - lrem eftirt by wBcfftbocs and is bronght out in black rendering iuiuble materials locked up toc jwd mil colors otheiivvords insoluble as for in- j Kyoaeaanot bityoMjfeilrrriKft tahfee insoluble Compounds of am- ieast ifturieen --carats tiseavcar moma iotasn anirpnosihonc acul tije YlHi3s onai0MBmt kQi lTlTfi f - irnsfortioK5 it attc In tlie sol Xlie principal use nf salt Ts first and last fieiuosfc costly in ajricu 4irufceveiuas cheap as ispm wcfcoew-ifneiratje-- j E commerce at s smx conparauve v sure witoUm Mostly V a manure andjtoshpwlliow a mrk W3m2 ffanutfacrer fslighSuation ii constituents ni3y in jMm goods as In fine all wool cloth crease its value if a given sample con iMAkMy and there us great oat Siin tivo and a half per cent of chloride tkfttis worthless on the market as well of potassium injne hundred parte it ton sjefe that 5s excellent ii i li3srorthloiiOLdollar per or more than consisted of Twladieswhodonotlike to wear a f this was absent tHtf or tournure the TxsZ substi 1 ehloride of sodium the scientific name y camTtrfctticoat with bounces of common salt -- xvsiQtitewelnl K ioljMtiiy tMytvor yltttctvyare--e--- cijt SWP4olW nn tlu itle f rA- - fcS fcft 49 niQienqrp sysiem openrir ofigas nhg thcAvuv6rVertmg 6verheatedVanrl - minate It ns tlie parf lof phi dence to brush prodace an electric cwnQmfMcQtiytltato5easl the way for taking cold and clean furs and AVQolen garments and powamuio replace steam ana proauce There is during spring an essential pack themavav early in the spring be- Â¬ fore the moths begin to fly ami deposit eggs First brushand beat thorn lightly vM i Jt Li IW r no until sure thai thev are t clean then aei clamisiona irt m r k r r ia 1 lK9 fiioificeifnoiithG iirfhce fbrriiS ah paste ffiem up jberfectlv tight in stout YViWl tmiMVJNMSIC lum otthe MiSrtb fftclor in TC0atorcrdiniagiiig brown papfer bass or sew iliem up e - St SS W RC m Mu1 Xflfl P T f if mrilTavrrrk wtntl rc Jiilt follows If the farmer could speurelyia Uriejij TmemberingMihat the olbtliesiriofir can f lu j iituirfthnn TitIi llio rv will cost but a trifle adyj wiftie JJiTKSlCLigelLfimtdk librlei tr small thin ver shght opening enter through a Be tliat nowftrtiil finnncrh frt nrrwi 1hAhwiicfc sure there are no holes or imperfec- Â¬ JuuLbctuii worked luring jv jnter with tions in the bags and the contents will Mirof rnis over fattened and idlv-wibe safe ri Camphor gum red cedar chips to- Â¬ he contrast to Oie manner of er- tmoresVs Montnly lormance anu in luerconuiUQnJEino bacco leaves and -other strong smelling I tTM i r- 111 Tj iirinimr M r imprint tlVtilGlve3UfiPlHlJuU atVneWon It sidistances will sometimes prevent - - ti come from his stall in the morning mbfW from depositing eggs audit is 2gi2SX M vlyle the othor w ould well to put something of tho kind An iRTeatlon Which Jf n i r - ri among garments packed awayiii trunks - ind WUl Be fVori But this is not to be u pon chests or drawer ia ins iiiiu iiitu it itii um r uih liu The latest invention of interest depeuded upon like sealing up securely hin arfiUR rfor a- v-- hons i in -- condition a-- d inruiiirjii kli174 vh tsHiJirnM VV in ifoj- - rorkril II ut vV4a in 9 lkerill above Uli Cl 11 i3i ouite kehf --mill In Ln a badly infected house the buffalo cnngloCcottoTr balesr irhas beTiu paWuluT oy the seconu Tlav be off his cnted and while of course tlteterJiriJ J62edf Taking cold in such light moth preys upon furs and woolens but rdiulculties and obstacles inw4ho would be avery dangerous coal to take it is esjeuially troublesome on account tLjiefaniCbovsfanu inred iiieii not im of the ilamagc it does to carpets and tlie -frXqufiftTsaf wJVe are Tajntiff tli difficulty of protecting the latter The a vrJh tntkw imyAittilkln 111 vorkdiofse andtfodingJiim jip for the buffalo grub eats along the edges of car- Â¬ ally be nESslwfislloV pets generally not going more than raise and all vvpdleajpttJiTrlt as ifaorssthat hasjiadsewice to do enou h two feet from the wall but will often pa4es or eotron fo liatflc7i Iiinirv iS --lucTsavmsr iroes follow a crevice in the flooring for t fAarjn rjtcif tvviv hITirr YTTnHiCBIlTO CI -ITTlfl T MIVTO ir1 Ann yards eating quhc through the carpet i it iin 7lreodhtrrrfitftat- - m 7Vas hi fini v mi v above it As an excellenrpreventive to 9 vv iv iiiiui j iit tiikesa wiser carpets not infested it has been recom- Â¬ mended to seal up all cracks In the fni m llolni vv v f T tf iitlll a - larB WfnMPM1111 rcakrin rfattedunufewl farm horse flooring which afford hiding places for pouueer YiUiOflllrcUlM liiuf dii the sick list the larva with hot wax or tallow 5KTyrWrTJi-Sl-rtf- s npprrriMiTi- - rr inmirrrTir Then lay down strips of gas tar roofing imr nr Al4VVXt WW 4IICO ir Vl w T JTrr iaea 01 tne inventor nsspeen toavCallj paper eight eon inches Iwide ithder the irg this by providing ar Covering Vhict Yhup there are edges 6f ju carpet -A MONSTER --JAFT would not bunw would cover the entire many of thes6 inseitS beneath acarpct JCUCk ioonSt8 foS iJliitij- de- Â¬ X Vj iJ - y nalmblK irutnlierlta ft Tlmtllan tliere is probably no better way to n nrT it tiA wl TUa iaWU w wow AUV stroy them than to apply benzine freely TJW t Tl ki neinB Ai tWolnnmont f t TaMT onbrnit of liimber that ever ran with a brush or feather along all crev the consequent rheap5cls 6rtlSreat- and around the icis of the tlieyiscousiniriver base board flooring est oC sfe8ilSsnafedi5m r he Use benzine with caution says tocarrjUUjueaaand ihput thrppghtqew arlean5 was started in on account of its inflammability This to tne pQiLjUift mventor June 1867 There was 1100000 feet destrovs the insect in whatever stage tit Hmmujcmmk tne sargest iron mannfact- - in the may bi raft rjeainatetlitit it-- can --Tsadiiv be to completelItcqmredovertvdmoMiis ATfiiicdy very successful focthevcom the trip and cost the brought to atruiouless thrn a dol mem moth is to sprinkle wateron the isfurther claimed tliat owners 2500 aside from the cost of carpet wherever tiie moths are- - at work Ipjlots xhi6h wastiearlySoW There theji lay a damp licet over it and iron -ncS ft be 3as a change of pilots thicue limes one with sflfotjiroi fCQP The teaui penetrates jany amount ot Jrunnlujgfrbnr WTsconsFu to St Louis tltebarpbt and destroys the Iarv To already Jo put one from St Louis to Vicksburg and destroy them in closets where the larva 5fc xto V are hidden aVay in cracks fumigation aeration one from ihere few Tire Jchenie 35 a magnificent one ar d was kt oyewof loIhntj Orleans There with sulphur is the readiest method men aboard tlie Some housekeepers affirm j airi t t rzi nujc- ranrer rr eiiirzesizTC 01 tuosc ol a -x ff iiiiii ir i i c that moths iiiiiiii iilfjerrv Sellers is still Tinfrm-a - nj ill - a jf uiiItfxiii u iu Ofu people may he kept out of a room by occasion- Â¬ - vu- j V v J IIIVil fi if ssoie uenamiyany pracncai1 plan Vtmrwi th- mi SJvr ally burning sulphur in it Stuffed fur- Â¬ jr TOTPwarJOUr tKnrZXZ niture is oftei protected by having un- Â¬ C5 t J S1 tke aasul WjnSWfJ mffer SCan flirmttaf nnli mntwrnnfli r dissolved carbolic acid packed inside it P5i iwmiaii3 ir Hl t i3 J will be Mri Kf S IVwVns anoong oeioredtiched the It should be used with care Pvrethrum and especially upon the great wheat -Iieids or the xiorth- Tto ralieforiiRssfeetBriasr jvesti J neqessanto go into elaborate aa4 TraaportitlGB Purposes It is not igureAo sjowijbs yup JChcyiato t made m actual tests wosteverr month jstftanw n tlio rnfofrt rrrTXitl elctricitv et as ailDwnil ai of OtrAUUCI matter J Ar a t h PtiWU t7CUJUKVVXHtlLtItIUIUtU poundsjier acrejaiseda wheat r rop ten lHSLe iRecn n 3Wt jr -j rj r t wweaw proauce tnc ousneis per acre in linsianu Ar a V c Jiav tor practical test in thtj regipntributary to electrical carjcatelf otr iam aiinn whercTiie average vicia TiTh TKft yjnft tiI affromprrrvn - i ivsts Hrnlvv KimViols nor noro urrn l oam otacMiciiemicals r Vw lio v ii v w T X 3 iurwuwn Bram eagiae musi wosea was ralsed to eighteen and two thirds J7UiUK UtiraUUOIl Ol Uie ZinC lU Hie Uclinis nnr flrn Hiomnun enn n Koiniy ae ewe and ttejnnettke lfumld noimds icf acre In other other mvolveg -iQg6So posssr which fvvak avo lxaujl - va vsi4j o wniii f iicSc in- oa jausave a lew particulars maKesi t rodnced in incraise ofnuiiu ya ncarlv mo enran rinclialc nn oi n m uv mit rr tc vys T iiavjAAvAj iVA va v uiiuivi j a iimnaiiaanr r9 wiatha tvwav y -- 5i o or Mvuuru 101 eiieiuneiii uuu - esueumitveu w sFjnes-f- or on as veryTiiucacueaper n rvV tlifj i train f HlXX ZLi iklXl lK VUJL1 i il i yean Field andiJrlVfaO unity Stodcman go aaa cost tour tunes as mucn a 4 J 8tfta Uut now comes 1sfriiH ff t UJL FARM HORSES covered the secret of the cheap produc-Tr1t1 Thej Are Snlycct uuu us oataajuii ju10 una iux3Kueu TMa YtamMMV I the Sprin VcvdlntionS 4TJ itwyllTrtte ca fcica oLMiiatry JlenessJ itha liaueotJlicjurago Vagg nifirng the steam- - fnrmilnr fri - nrn astr diiSindrLvs i nnrtYJ da ic wmteijjIiseason The muscles aaiae zinc HsJHi CJ upoa carbon istiAdemst a general ffs jfcCjp oraclatmslfiat become soft andthere aoceeble tor of iron one half lwllres should he smo6thVith her handL but ol one per cent r oderins pure salt un- verv stiff and eable XJiis ampuresalt is cheap or t iro so miowiiMatdtfcitarjsfc about nine dollars per ton at the Mich- 2 Y 5i vaft spit worlts andmenciaeiulable all ll 1 tigarsl irtthb mhomneoUthBp Unit thoiSalt TUStV SUlt OLSalC Knl-- iBfctedWJ vf liroHf Not a faded or gray hair to be seenj after J3um iXlAusing HallTsTIair Kenewer Coffee Jelly One teacupful of very A powerful remedy for Jung troubles strong coffee Dissolve in it a one- - Safe for young or olct Ayers Cherry ounce packet of gelatine - Tut on the Pectoral ounccg of lire one pint ofimlk and six A school for liars A school of fish In- sugarwytien nearly onneroon pqurnn aidnapolis Herald tiui boffee and srelatine L6iLall fidit to getuef fdr ffen minitesf pour into a Jfo Opium in Pisos Cure for Consump- Â¬ wetleunidld andlkeep in a coblt placd tion Cures where other remedies iaiL 25c till stiff Boston Globe What is itthati3 tlie large cities if no- Â¬ ning spring in it Adry but stillhas a runwatchwhere else every one who has any ground to cultivate should liave a straw-Â¬ PiKEsTooxHACHSDitOPS cureinlmlnuto25o berry bed large enough t supply the Olenns Sulphur Soajp jealB and beautifies 25c family Two hundred plants would Gehman CoBjfltEMOVERkHls CornsBunions give enough with a surplus to put by DESiPABt E forwinter hile every one hundred piQces Boston Quarters Twenty five cent Post plants in full viorbhld affords dish nearly every day during the season If afflicted witli Sore Eyes use Dr Isaac Albany Journal ThompsbnsEye Water Druggists sell it 25c Escdllopea Meats Chop the meat As a rather coarse season high with salt and success homeXruler the cook is a supreme iV Independent pepper For a pint of meat use half a cupful of gravy and a heaping cupful of bread qrumbs Put a layer of meat in a baking dish then a layer of crumbs then gravy continue this until the dish And and other is full The top layer must be of pure pimplesare readily like affections caused by Imblood cured by Hoods SarsapariUa crumbs Cook in a hot oven until well While it purines this medicine alsoTitallz3 and enbrowned Mutton or veal is best as riches the blood anrtbullds up every function of the -Â¬ rss3HssssB iM rfl - Boils IN LE2SURGICAL Kpr663 Slain- StetjtBipEpAEOiNot a Hospital but a pieasakt Kernel ml ITdp - I MVlilEIlPPC J m K ST5 -- i 5Cc i rt - - Â¬ Â¬ BPhir 1P6 -- VVOrkfi beef is too -- dn The Caterer a tyr wrffxri rm mrmn i -- ovet the m Wfe - eClfeatiIiilal WjKtf T - ff -- s-i - -- -- -- - - iii clar5v v iirr A smmVL it fiHVc 7J A VJ-- stm iCwO Aiie I - rTlie cpmparative idleness of winter makes the horses shoulders tender and unless they are hardened plowing will soon make them sore Tlie best harden- Â¬ er is strong pure brine Apply itwith a rig tied around the end of a corn cob During the work season soon as the collar is removed wash the shoul ders4 and Japply the salt water 4It toughershe flesh and also cools the shoulder allaying all irritation and inflammation Exchanqe farmers Cake One hulf nound of one half pintlif hot watej ongghnlfj pihtof molasses oneCUp Of sugar one large cupful of chopped raisins twaeggs or I sometimes use one one anu a spooniui 01 sweet cream one large teaspoon of soda a little salt and all kinds of spice The pork to be chopped fine and the hot water poured over it Put in flour enough toppake a good thick baiter It requires more flour than when more eggs are used Boston Bulletin CONCERNING- body Scrofula humors of all SInda swellings in the neck hives ringworm tetter abscesses ulcers sores salt rheum scaldhead etc am also cared by thisex cellent blood purifier onxz TlrSw - wit i ij - Ti 1 fes Zs fel A FULL STAFr OF EIGHTEEN FHYSIGIANS ANtf SUtWU And - Last Spring was troubled with tbtls caused by my blood being oul of order Two bottles of Hoods Sarsaparllla cured me and I recommend it to others troubled with affections of the blood JtScHOcii Peoria III Iliad been troubled with hives and pimplea for tome time Other remedies having failed I was ad- Â¬ vised to try Hood Sarsaparllla I have taken two bottles and am entirely cured I think Hoods Sarsa- Â¬ parllla has no equal asa bloodpurinerii EffieM Purify the Blood exclnsiVeiydeYtel tortile treatment of alP ICIironic Biseases -- This imposing- Establi3lnnenttNwa designed and erected rto acconuncKlatathe larger number Qfi Invalids every State and Territory as well as from many foreign lands tnat iueymay avairthemsplC36the spoVsmoomi soneea oT7 the Staff of sldtied specillstmtaeaneari6r surgery that compose the iaculiy uf tnisvidely elebratect feadftKion hajpgaljrfrjjitjg Tj1 - v A FAIR AND BUSINESS LIKE OFFEB TO A Ve yet--wfe-o IfiVALfflSr - -- JOO HOQCJS I 1 Sold by all druggists C 1 HOOD A CO SarSapaHUa six for Prepared by Apothecaries Lowell 31ass We earnpstly invitQ you lo come sne and eamineTor yourself our inititotioiis appliances ad rantagea anduccqjS ja jaann skejiticat friends ironic disease- - Have a mind of your own Ub not Jistett to now nothing of us- our system of treatment ox means of cure BeverHose am oppxj rtuBty to 3ai3 kiii hid anf iiih JP tmisw to prejudice peoplft against us We are responsible to you for whafiwe represciitC akd ffj you coroo we navo misrenreseniea vi any particulars our lnsntunons aavanragesvor success wo waji jpn 5Pr iT- - ai- secrets --anO o- only wimm We court Honest eincera lnvestiffatiOEfIiaYn of your all expense candid peopletelp we aro doirigQr suffering humanity 5 r what interested and JsjU s 8Qskmy4 k Doses One Dollar OF MANUFACTURERS - - -- i- - luauvcwuj a KJX JL - - MOTHS f m P mm mm t3 k K- aisiga 3r2w w 1 ifJrfnnrnlv v anlniiei WA1 Preventions istlvoniejfnsrnost to be recommended for escaping annoyance from moth The ordinary clothes moth may be overcome with various remedies but when the carpet beetle or buffalo moth as it is called takes pos- Â¬ session of a house it is difficult to exter- Â¬ How to Prevent Their Development and How to Destroy Them ffkjITBTEEPRnBFB GUARANTEED of Trejcan treat jnany chronic diseases lust as 8uccessfullr without as with a Dersonalcon- 6ultatibnVhile we are always glad toeee our patientsiand et wo bavu riot faraijiarizo them witli our system of treatment Been one person In five hundred tvhom wo have cured The perfeet accuracy with which scientists are enabled to deduce- - the most minute particulars in their several dejntrtrheuts appears almost miraculous if we view ic in thelight of the early ages telegraph the greatest Take for example tha invention of tho ago Is itnota marvelous degreo of accuracy which enables an operator to exactly locate a fracture in a submarine cable nearly tbreo thousand miles long Our venerable clerk of the weather has become so thoroughly familiar with the most wayward elements of naturo tbac he can accurately -predict thefr movements He can felt in Washington aad foretell what the weather will Iks in Plorida r Kew2xorlc astwell as if several hundred miles did not intervene betweenJhimandlhe places named ivna so uraii departments ot moacrn jBdence is thei knowledge of cdrtalrr what is requiit B IllMltA JVM S signs iroJntncso scientists ueauce accurate regardless of distance So alsohic agetiH S mm ur j cat science diseases have certain unmistakablo II1SPARP 9 sighs orsymptomsj and by reason of this fact wo slwba4Dfl n navo Deenenamcu 10 originate ana penecasya tnm nt dirrnrniininEn With the trrfiateRt nudirBRV the nature of chronic diseases without seeing and personally By --- NOT AJUWJLYS ouroriginalisystem diagnosis -- CgJm - rccogclzmg- dinjcfeey wjsfccHlfc 3M examlnings our patfeatsz personal esamlHatjOn- of the miraculous Tjowewr TVcobtain our knowkaireiar e sweient disease by the practical ppllcatJonrtcCtttfr yragCyC kOI- Is to theaccuracy with which tiua aystpntihM lanlowaiLPa that we owe cur almost world wide reputation of skillfully trearinjr Jingerinfror chronloraffectldns This system erf pfsrtiee ia XA -- plfeBKKrw rPj ja Urir Tp EPA3aE2IS5i In mtittUKMW1KXaSiig sucves mi 1 electro-magneti- c- - -- -- con--elusio- -- demonstrajQ the iatisitaiaeaae R iiitMif uvvu whiehvb4iika4 uispiaj cenain jected toBClefitilic analyst fuariafemfcfaw fiat rSHBGESS andTunmistakabltt data- - to guide ttcijiig ices nf tlirt BTrTtIfnl TSrrfrffinfef ftriSJtt in Tmrmlmfmm3 aiupic nsumw tne nature or aiseusea conuitioos auo niueutho ggoateeC skill for treutincr Mnirarins- - or chronic fliseaeg and every invalid however are thus placed within thecasy jeach of Cdtetant he or she may reside from the ohcianamakiactiMitreafc1 mentof uchaffeonsasoecialtTIuLptieakraot OMroria- nftl scrcntiac system of ecxamlains and ftreatay-patlntR-ata tance are contamea eorpje7sieiM Adviaor By yPieee aCJJ--- li USClelf and other over oOOcoLired t - Orswrite and describe your symptoms Ihclosfny- ten cenfVni tampaand a completo treatise on yourparticuis c9ti1MUt Tbo gent ypu jr pwtititfan ouf terms for trefttaeafc-aad-a1 MiOyCfnHltfariouStt Tnr TmirvTinirT csaeppiaai Biiawi m t 1 icJLe t -- ali arxwasir a8riP itostratioagStpestjjjJUIs r A H WTER r AB50WJTSlYc r RE -- 1Ptiii ltla I SiH H 8 and 9 Public Landing 5GldiersA From Colonel Mackey S3d W O BURCESS Agt CH PUT oitby 2lnybody4 djsues CIHCiNNAT g CATAftgH VmnnHWM rrr than he who attempts to treat every ill to whichfeshis- hein without civjae Boecial attention toanv clfea df In all ages of tlie World who have become famous have devoted their-livcs- to HBome special braaci of scfeisce issripo Men v r V literature V subdividing the practice of inejdfcine- and strrgery in -this Institution every t- rsl laltrealed wt i Invalid L By thorough organization and inQ who devotes his undivided attention to ta particular class or diseases to which the bv a epecialisfcr 3Iedical science offers a i ast Held for investlgaacnvandncrphTgickK caa advantage of thia arrangement must be obvious iaeJMteat tojjKawidiBii within the brief limits of a life time achievO the highest degree of success in the freaimentjpf frery maJ --- It is a well - itrmTwriifm M iKJ ABBfnm iV ATJ as every VM HMa fo tho judgment JTAJAJaihqiingl fjersonthafiiilA VJLAM of known fact anyone that appeals thtphjsiciBanrlKj drefe tVKr IT- Vi WKrcsn a - - - rf T ftif- - JEsWW - - -- r- - r- - -- - - r r -- jr-- - ro - casebecms3ar L1J - a -- N l -- - Iowa In- Â¬ fantry I have now been using Elys CreamUalm for three months anil am experiencing no J v L- - - T- - 1 - 1- - muLz SSIS n- x A a irpi-r-ji--rT- - -- trouble from catarrh whatever Thavebven sufferer for twenty years C II Mackey Stgounicy Iowa For several years I have been troubled with catarrh Elys Cream Balm has prov ed to be tho article desired r believe It 8 the only cure L B Cnnrns Hardnrnra Merchant Towamla 1 iMK Â¬ Â¬ KLS tTrrvrii 121hsscl iFmYAzsryr auji1 r- A particle Is applied Into each nostril Is ajjrecable to use 1rlcefiO cents by mall or at Druggists Sendfor circular ELY BRQTUEISDrugglst Owcgo N Y JT SIEiK B rftHt Ej -- s 1 2iUfPtMiMMleie ttfAfl vim -- -- -- Used by thebestmanufacturers and mechanics in the world Pullman Palace Car CoMooaHainan organ rianauo Ac for all Jrindfof fine ifrfcT At the New Orleans Exposition joints made with it en duredia testing strain of over Pronounced sironijctl qlue bwicn CI 11 F JQ wem Â¬ b iSJU Y Sfi - II SeSV iafeteitSe -- - -- - av ti frrt I800Pounds rMmlrwl TO A SQUABE INCH 1S33 TWO GOLD MEDALS London j- ovuuyr rtrfVTT-fM1 -i iw t- fend his card and Ifvonrdealerdoesnotkeenit Jfeie OrJeaiu 1G85 -- iitbsiA- - utati notace fcrarapiecan FREB ass x uo uiouceater v x VasaSffi Best CoutjhSyrun IVustes pod In time Sold by drncgists CORES WHERE AIL ELSE FAILS TJsa -- - 2LraluuJr fRf tfmfaxfrl H B I Cv ors KepdiissWork Wax Flower Supplies Scnditr our various- catalogues Mall orders solicited IlOFFMJiX TttXOS 105 Attain Street Cincinnati Ohio - onranized and devoted crcasircttr to the tress- spondenceAnd atlour institutions - consti -- 1 1 yisEtsEs af- - meniiof Diseases of Women Every caseeras tutes- - an important speciaicyv sulunir oar specfaHstsrwbclMarbT jeei ur la We nublish three senarate books onJfasal persont is given the ufost carefui facecaiUer Throat and liung Diseases wlilfch givo mQqhvaIuable4nrqrmabqn 1 u ite attention jrinportanfeasea jtL weeRCTc viz l A Treatise on Consumption Laryngitis and Bronchitis whicb rmve- - not already 9tefsiHlHf nriee nnst nald ten cents 2 ATTreatlse on Asthma or Phthisicr giving new arid succcssful treatmentr price post paid ten cents tne nome pnyseiatts nasjujetjenenjiot Jtmt coantasjiiflsjiMiA spVjciaiiifs Hooma for ladies inlhe InvaudaySocijatiTery prSUl AOieatiseon Jnronio jNasai tauarrn jnic ppaitixwo cents -- -Ill IIIHIIIIh wi- on Diseases oFWQmen miatreawitJxnuiateiwaeC CTitewit I ifyspejisiU ct uivurt vumiiutiii5 atncolored plates istpogesj- 239 IT 5 KlUMVkUWI H vlinn Tnni TVnrmH nnfl lrfniliwl ntTontkine HEBXtAIBeaeki ohMVXXmXo are among- those chrpnie diseases inthe suc IRlDlijiL i Digestion GUHEi mutter of how long srandinTr GrDt what cessiiil treatmenfeof whicTroiuSpecialist8ihavo iSpromptlr and pc3xancnt2ycirired by attained great suceess Many of thordlseasesa our 6pecmiisisrviaoBt use xniia an affecting the ifver an other organs Contributing inctbeir time-of RypryRE without depedcjicasBOujtzssse UUU uitTUUb UUUaWTUC JLKJVJX73Ji XICkIVL UU physicians for other j i Abundant references Send ten cents s infreauentlv mistaket bv both laymen and Wu J maladies and treatment Is employed directed to the removal of-- lUlustrated Treatise FIsanDIagr and other dieses diseaso wmctr does not exist uup uompiete xreatise jpnoJiscases P11JBS of the Digestive Organs wjli be sent to any address tjnteceipt of bowels are treated with wonderful successw The woac caieC r ton cents in postage stamps f pilo tumors ard permanently cured in Hf teen to twenty days j 7 BltiGHTS DISEASE verv and j Send ten centa for Illustrated Treatise v fDIA15ET3BS kindred maladies have been larcelv treated Kidney Organic weakness nervous dewiayprexaatuWT jmd cm es effected in thousands of cases which had OEUOATE declnie fr the inanly powei Involuntary n I been pronounced beyond hone These aisrases aro lliNrffiNhik i readiivdinsmosticatetL or determlnodsb hranrflr melancriolv weak back anw lcin analysts cf the urine without a personal examina dred affectlmsi aiar Bpeediry thorpugniyaiid-pcr- -tion of patients wlto can therefore generally Ke 3jr3f uuujiiiuji I ctsm uvjuesc anw biuay aau- -- r Tc thbsefuafined withU1SU institutions it is hardly necesairju sucuHssiiuijf ncuiva iu our jiruunuu ui uuuuijiii uuuisi3iuiuuuiusifpivjux tiutuliuauon Ot totsay tbalr the invalids Hotel annSnrgfrnl Tnfititnte3rithtliew the urine in our consideration of cases withreferenceto correct diagnosis in which Odr institution iongngo became famous has many yesrtSenlbyed tfee dMtlaellonof beimpl naturally led to a very extensive practice 1n diseases of tho urinary England have for tae motiargeiypatronca araeiycejcprateumstrtimoiwia organs Probably norther Institution In thd world hasbeen so largely patronized by suffers from this classof maladfeaas tho oSd I arise ftonxyothiulihdieretfons and prnleiousjkiUtkxypractices 2 ana world famed Worlds Dispensary and Invalids Hotel Our l 3ecmanyi years- ago establishedia special Jepactrosatf foraf Ii8 specialists have acquired through a vast and varied experience twuifmAnf p thCAHlciMZAo nniiw Tir- mnnAnim trreflt exnertness In determinlnir the dract nature of neh y3 thdtnost skillful paiasiclans and aunreorls- - onourtxft and hence have been successful irctifcely a4aptmgtheir3eraedica thatall who apply to us mlgfatreccxvaIItitfeadtaflSCgofiriorrfer arfnJ3rXj iur mc cure ul wtuu wuiyiuuucvat Couapilof thq m g icea a TbesedoUcate diseases should beicareftillytroated r TZ JTectotnaarxtogxresronirSQlEtmcfc i attentlon o thts negJecte passjat dJsKei I wauuun I is comnctenctoascertamtheeiftelortndklon tLJI11 and stjsre ofadvancementJ which f ho tiia has wrctceasc snet Miier lansiiyM Mt ik mna rirrMnh nan nnlv hA ftwprfnlnrvl hir n virofnl Vittmivtrr1 y UUWUXJU1VU i ini M vw t niicn ttq irirrr 4v3 wa irrrnz je jorraemcracs wracp arais MKOiMSSSMBSSaMBMM microscopical exammauqa oi me unna ourativo In oha stage or conditlott aro known tojdo positiqginrtrrji dfeeas contract tbtem Lung Diseases The treatment ofBIscasesof tli jHBOJif I Atr jfassascs ana Ajuuks sucaas Cliromo Nasal Catarrls Xiarru andgitls Bronciiitiss Astiixno- corre- AND Consumption both tnroua- w L- - pamphlets on nervous - diseesany Send- - eneTof wMsefewMiie fiass4focc9s - which one of our TrearWlo - 4 - 3tvsf lr- fOMit br l - - Vit - - SI -- i iizej a- l- Secrecsejafts St - c t- -- 1 aannad -f- ifTrtll-THMVcrE yg ill 11 a -- w - W fa -- - -- -- vih specittJ f Al 1- -- -- --r ccugoodsnalletiEgruffer WG8BEE szmmsiPir nTn-Jirfm-n -- l16 -- jMmlit gSn gmihmlhak 41 SSsif ml fI -- USE OP DISEASES ALWAYS CURABLE BT TJSQR MEXICAN x- 1 - w w I k - ii MtJST TMXMEBPE OF HTHAK v fiven K1- - s ife ii - nltv nffipal5 Hhnnrd n nrl nrnminont cious against the ordinary moth but jitiiens came ofifgto ffimrtheTfleet A totally failsito keep butThobuffalb moth iji i IpeoaliarXfacabbnt Uie raft wasf that In fact the various remedies in use for -pauijrmxsympaineuc crowa moths are of little avail against this after was taken out on tlie wmeuouy ave inax uoDieoog 1WKed 2fe itOrleans- - there was a bank at Benzine or kerosene and tallow seem suddn nreman toucheil ny harp advance in lumber fisures at Sl thus far the best remedies discovered younciy i r vhi cu zor inveryrascenaetr a ladder Lonis and the owners concluding tlat y YvbrMv fec-NiJaQ-43- l a1cGinoreanoneydiulcjffir 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