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Imfr i CWfR fw a II Editor THE HEKAJOD OF A 2TOISX WiOKLD WITH 3TEWS FROSf Ail- - NATIONS IS 1SS6 100 A YEA Atwrs m kirmm VOLUME BAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY AUGUST PITH AND POINT NUMBER 25 THEORY said that people employed la cu4j factories are not fond of candy rarely tate it after the first few days Stick candy is made by boiling dowa with water letter A sugar Cream of tartar is added to prevent crystalliza Â¬ tion When it has reached the propor consistency it is kneaded like bretii oa a marble table when the flavoring and the coloring matter are added It u then pulied as you have frequently seen molasses candy when parsing a confectioners window After it has been thoroughly worked and draws into long sticks of the proper thick Â¬ ness it is cut off by large shears into the length of the penny sticks which you buy Mr Bowker in his article tolL as that tozenpes are rolled ont like pfecrmt VHEN INDIANS LALteH the way was that slumming article in Irish member in the lobby of thcHoueo Tofepraik vours and the e Mt sipinz I Mciwjiojrohavo ahost A Custom That is Strictlv Otanrvcd Aranui Yes DM you make a lord of the Coster astry Ronr the JCctUklut of the West fckcre w my vonsrce unless Wan it the Cosier sory I road you tliought so a bit 0wy fcld good I Some Indian sehool boya found their tv oicifctoccae orto wiy Sncll of pathos there tiat ft4e totiofctnl we Ah I had hard lwck with that You see v - jr JMrMMR the Peter I assure you Jt was all eod but thiit I engaged him to a Coster s daughter teacher hud a very great aversion t Cm Iwtc yoa sever board Oft soney left in trust was a gam It was ratify You otuTt Well as he got along of course that frogs To them it was a continual a thixtL me you sym 9fcCc jKnrfaettbo news did spread make with believe whon arc not ia writeÂ¬ wouldnt do o I hud to kill her Then eourcc of amusomeut to see her run pathy tiicm vou can he became engaged to a orecn gfrocers Of joor fellows fallso mt I bad said --lies no like tlat daughter As he got further up in the away from thorn One day a boy caught 4 JHrtetiMiTetoieitiUi Cant eh AMiy I kale era That socitd scale she had to be slaughtered one and shut it up in the table drawer I nm Tanr Tin VrTtnmtr was written to sell Nest it was a governess same old story The teacher entered the room All were f KiMtmUtr donl you know i Boning clased his hands behind his She had to go At last I got tired sacri- Â¬ in order but when she opened the drawer kj Hm is Mrs Jackson sow head and looked sorrowfully at our ficing innocent and estimable young the frog glad to gain its liberty leaped K wRb Pxtsey Rove be died soon alter wbo mutual friend who had given utterance women in the different stages of the w ant aeddljra lal to this atrocious sentiment- - Then sud Â¬ ascending social scale and as a story out upon the table and tho teacher Asd yo had better bHeve her pa Aad a were awful mad denly remembering the business in can not be written without the love made a groat ado One of the bo3s in -- JKr Jriendc ail cried IIow shocking hand he said tg t Well as I was saying thread running through it and as I saw a gentlemanly way took up the frog wkod young Ann I was lucky enouch to come across a I would soon be slaughteringwhich is carried it to the door and - threw it out XrcttMHKltltorJane JTeely mML He mlbt have beon suggestive bit of East End romauce a ladies of noble families No sign of enjoyment could be discerned bottle Am X cAsl yona rMulroy man drinks a pint veritable Whitechapel idyl of kllcrs against English statutes you know I in their faces They remained through who He became school hours retaining their solemn digYoull come across plenty abandoned my Coster m - Why PErciy youve been told down there lazy rascals rather an objectionable cad anyway nity Afterward as the told it they cscn sA AOv31Tfesfaukes bim look so usy lis mat I have been studying the EastEnd and I got tired of him Arthur was laughed until the tears came laughed old WS5 --v MiXas cm k take bis part J turn continued Boning unheeding the inter- Â¬ rijrht about him A Coster is all well over as they remem- Â¬ over gP lfe hftTfae sad ics teto sport ruption and 1 have got my Coster en Â¬ enough at his barrow but I find it bered and dismayagain teacher TTbenit Is mentioned with A pint of the the Why fcattw gaged to a quart doesnt do to introduce him into good did they not laugh at first They had or I wonttua dp tbat I wont cos To a Costercss I suppose societv But now I have one of the best of white 1Jt5everbeenmy iray Exactly Nothing incongruous about plots I ever had not that I count much not yet come tointo the ways we would id ways bold ay tongue unless J Tve eaubln good to sny men enough realize that that is there Well the entrance into on plots and my Irish member is one excuse rudeness in our pupils even unHarpers Bazar this new relation has inspired him with of the most clear cut characters I have der these circumstances and they con- Â¬ a desire to ever Luke Siarp in Detroit Free J sider it rude to laugh aloud or to laugh Boning said my friend serenely rross XxEEAT NOVELIST at tho expense of another in tho others I can imagine nothing more calculated presence to enlist all a mans nobler powers and An old woman who owned a poor old A RETIRING WOMAN wny tne unaouotea treruus put them in action with the object of pony which was almost dead from starva Â¬ elevating him in the social sphere than The Disposition of Mrs Jay Gould Who tion and hard work had brought the Sever Beomo Famous an engagement with a eostermongcrs and What She Was anil Is pony in and tied him to the fence He daughter Go on Boning youve opened The wife of the great railroad mag-Â¬ was literally skin and bones While Tp a friend of mine who is well ac a new field in fiction affable courteous retir I was in the house I heard the woman nate is gentle qtnrtoted with several noted authors Oh you cant ridicule me away from making a great outcry and I ran to the snciSsrho Is a literarv man himself I my storv By the wav 1 came across insr She would not be called a hand door just in time to see an immense yet her face is far more once expressed a desire to know the one of the best examples of the power some woman many beauty Sho is flock of crows fly away I said What a is the matter She replied that the xiethods of work adopted bv men who ot ridicule last night that it has ever attractive than he Avell educated and possesses an air of crows had come to pick her poor old been my luck to meet You see iikd made themselves famous In the added turning to me my theory in all who coma She bones while he still cerse of the conversation that ensued faction is that it mut be true to life refinement sphereconvincesinfluence that ponys the funny side of it as welllived She saw as I of her within the How is this to be attained I think by through sSmt her retiring nature she has de and laughed very heartily When one 4 iTwilL If vou like take voa to see a a man writing nothing but what he has prived society af an important orna- Â¬ of the young lady missionaries asked an experience lneSof anise who Is one of the most personalfor me to with Ita would be ment Her inclinations have made her Indian woman for her Wakaji sica scene in useless locate tanka instead of her Waksicatanka xwmnckable of English novehsts America for Ive never been there a devotee to her family There is her no one laughed till tho teacher was Wio Is he The works of a man who writes of what enjoyment and she cares little for the gone When I inquired why the dish There would be no use in my tell- - he has no personal knowledge are in pleasures that do not in some way tend pan was not given the reply was she j5ng yoakis name- - You never heard of my opinion valueless I carry my to bring the entire family together did not ask for the dish panshe asked theory to what many would consider ex-Â¬ She is the confidant and constant com- Â¬ for the great evil spirit the devil tremes If my hero has to walk from panion of her daughter Nellie and and I assure you no Indian woman -jA coming celebrity eh St Pan eras station to Chelsea at twelve passes several hours daily with the three hears that story without laughing heart- Â¬ Yon can judge botier of that when oclock at night I go to the station at young boys Edward Frank and HarÂ¬ ily Another teacher meaning to ask yotiuknow him I have just received a midnight and take that walk myself I old She participates in their pleas Â¬ for a tub asked for a young man and jnote trom bim saying he has cora note down nry experiences what is said ures and is never so happy as when though to her face they did not laugh I ew book and he wants me to me what incidents occur and these Mcned planning some surprise for them ner have seen a whole sewing school con- Â¬ vto ca2I so that he can read me the first man of that reI weave into the storyou And go alongÂ¬ son George a younghis father twentyÂ¬ vulsed with laughter over the mis- Â¬ okapWs ever in busi- take several times since minds me Arthur did connected with When To want to shove the hearing Piccadillv at four in the morning or say four is a source of great pride to her ness one of the ministers from the f taeL5ff on me ko you Mrs Gould was a Miss Miller whose east attending one of our meetÂ¬ No- - I will sit it through It is sure three Never sober enough to notice anv father was a successful grocer of New ings went up to a group of Indians who 4o be goodtiling York She was brought up in a well could not speak or understand a word We went up St ilartln lane and Well its wonderful Imagine Pic appointed home and has been accus- Â¬ of English and tried to enter into con- Â¬ turned down one of those streets that cadilly crowded not with carriages tomed to all that wealth and refinement of course there might have led Into Soho square and but with great bulky top heavy market bring from her childhood Mr Gould versation He said to me as was no re- Â¬ sponse I came up then again might not You can never wagons and leaden footed hulking was a partner of a Mr Leupp in the Why do they look so solemn I lcll just where those ptrectb will land brutes of horses moving slowry as if leather busness at the time he married simpfy interpreted what he said to the votu Coming to one of those old brick sleep walking Londoners dont know Miss Miller and brought him a con liouscs built m 17 something we rang London London ai three in the morn Â¬ siderable fortunesheThe grocers daugh- Â¬ Indians and all laughed and aid We said why ihc bell and a rather untidy girl open- Â¬ ing is no more like London at noon than ter and magnates wife cares nothing shoulddid not know what henot seem to we laugh It does expressed no surprise was ed the loor and the London of Sam Johnson You for society and takes no pleasure in en- Â¬ as we passed her and went up the stairs must come with me some morning and tertaining beyond a pleasant dinner occur to those asking the question why thev not that they have but At the very top my friend knocked and see London Bridge at daybreak Won- Â¬ party of her few intimate friends Yet little do laughlaugh the presence of white to at in wrae one shouted in a hearty voice derful sight The Pool like a mirror the line residence and great wealth of us come from the Inside WlTen the oulv hour in the twenty four it Is so and the Goulds would well tit them to en Â¬ mon They can not understand ift or our ways Indian children are tho door was shoved open I saw i man the tertain in the most elaborate manner house quiet and orderlv thev sit and ofsibot forty seated at a rough pine In the name or all the prophets Anything that savors of ostentation is listen to hear older people talk and if - taljlc with a cup of eoflee at his elbow particularly distasteful to Mrs Gould anything is said that is very and some broken biscuits beside it On Boningofwhat has all this to do with the It is said that while naturally of a retir- Â¬ so much so that they feel that amusing ridicule they can he floor and upon the table were white power Tm coining to that Impatience al Â¬ ing nature and adverse to display sheÂ¬ not control themselves they put their leaves of manuscript paper that had became more so at the time her hus ISsua written and carelessly Hung aside ways was a weakness of yours Arthur band was connected with the late Jim hands on their mouths and run outside to laugh Men will laugh gentlv and was coming home about midnight There were hundreds of pages and it I Fsks blatant manner and vul- Â¬ quietly and now and then you may hear and just out of the Seven Dials a fellow Fisk Jooked as if the taHe had boiled over gar prominence his open carriages seli me letting- thcwhte paper pour over each accosted me and wanted to a watch a drawn by four horses his loud style of an old woman laugh long and loud if Hear Think of relative will inc end Ian the lloor I here was absolutely watch 1 talked withsellingand finally on dress and display of jewelry were all so some laughs like asay aside him how she Well white man she no more furniture in the room besides very obnoxious to Mrs Gould and the is unwomanly excuse he They that table and the chair he snt in ex Â¬ somehim We wanted mea to go home fact that her husbands name was so people and around theare very social jrot into room that camp lire one with cept a ringle woodrn bneh on winch was continually linked with that of Fisk may hear many legends and fables hear worse than this - Jayitho coat and vest of the man in his gave her an even stronger desire to ap- Â¬ many old war songs and nursery Xo Bhirt sleeves It was I assure you There was no pear modest and to make a marked rhymes America a Miss ion a ry One window hih deon narrow bench My gentleman places his bnck contrast While Mrs Gould posses es dusty and partly sot In the roof gave i levels a pistol at my some very valuable jewels the are un- Â¬ QUEER FISH wuiat light there was m the room against the door obtrusive and she is more apt to wear Through ils semI obeure punas could be head and asks me to give him my them when alone with her husband Finny Idiots Who Grow in Size IJut Never soen the chimney potted roofs and the purse and family than in public In her Attain Ileal lUaturity Very funny situation I must cay spinas of part of London Most of our English flat fish lie conFunny Funniest experience I ever dress sho is also modest in color and The author sprang to his feet when style although her costumes are of very sistently on one side and that the left be rccoOTizcd my conductor ad ex had Didnt have a bras farthing on rich material touded his hand in a hearty unreserved me I just dropped in the one chair Mrs Gould is very fond of their coun- Â¬ they keep their right eve always upper manner that made me like him from the and roared He looked nonplussodand try residence at lrvington as there she most But the turbot and the brill relhe more he looked the more I laughed flPSt can enjoy the society of her husband to verse this arrangement having the left my boy Im awfully glad He seemed to realize he wis making an whom she is greatly attached without Arthnr side on top and colored while the right his arm to see you Any man except a bill ass of himself and he lowered Mr side is below and white Two other railway signals fear of his being interrupted collcctorTwho wiU climb those stairs is slowly like one of the greenhouses partic Â¬ that go up like a flash and come down Gould built his fine who is fond of flow- Â¬ tih known as the fluke and the me Â¬ a friend indeed ularly for his wife his The I have brought with mean apprecia Â¬ gradually comical look Ion roared face ers and she spends a portion of each grim but not received in polite society the that was so follow the example of their fashionable tive follow whom I would like you to louder and then the chair gave way day among them Anything that her friends in this respect But in no case iknpw Mr Luke Sharp whose fame and lay husband and children can enjoy with her on the all over the world makes the mere and I rolled laughter floor last rose without intrusion from outsiders is her are those habit perfectly ingrained 1 at one meets mention of his i ame sufficient iutroduc helpless with For this reason she is now and then right sided with a left and dusted myself ofl I slapped the special delight turbot which sided sole or a iQar Sharp Mr Boning dazed ruflian on the back and his pistol very fond of their yacht Atalauta aboard looks as though a great deal were loft Mr715ming shook hands with a trifie the can sail away out of the clattered on the floor out of his hand as of which stocks or bonds or Wall street to the mere taste and fancy of the indi- Â¬ ritenibarrassment luck next time reach of flat fish Some have taken to rYon dont mean to say 3ou1 vc never I wished him better stunned by the Mrs Gould enjoys fine pictures vidualmost frequently on one side and That villain was simply lying 5ieird of him Boning c and her he had made a bronzes and rare Well you know Arthur I very scl- - power of ridicule felt way will you houses are filled with the finest Sho is some on the other but it is interesting fool of himself By the to note that when a normally dpm read anything and in fact fond of music and is therefore giving sided individual has happened right to lie niind Mr Bon ng I said listen lo a chapter or two of my story Isevcr Certainly but I wish you would her daughter Nellie a very thorough with his left sde uppermost that side beThat is his one and only joke at There islittlo doubt musical training distorted exactly the colored 3east he thinks Its a joke He intro finish the other one that if Mrs Gould were asked what she comesas in his and correct brethren more impossible You have no same Thats iluccs me as if I were a celebrity and mot I dont know that answerdesired in this world she would This shows how purely acpiired the ihonosto enjov my chagrin and the other objections Mr to have her husband relinquish whole must be It points back fellows perplexity at having never I quite caught your name him all business and devote his time to home clearlyhabit days when flat fish were to the Hell enjoyments with his family Philadcl Xo matter I warned beard of me Pm getting used to it still merely a sort of cod and sug but some lay Til drop him out of a stand it Times gests that their transformation into The part of the story he read to us jyhia window for it 0 the unsymmetrical condition is merewas really excellent as good a bit of said Boning Koble resolution AE WAS LONESOME 1 had ever heard and ly a matter of deliberate choice you couldnt have abetter chance than fiction in fact Indeed thee wclL on their own part Mr Boning read it 3 glit here only I have never succeeded the stairs Isaid to mi Mad Flight ot tho Only Man in Dakota seems good reason to believe that many Hasnt As I went down in getting this window open Without a Title young flat fish never undergo this -ojcncd during the present century friend Gimme a ticket Gimme a ticket change at all but swimming about Thatstorv will make him famous Ifoit sit down it down1 and he swept So it wont wild looking man rushing freely in the open sea assume thai pe- Â¬ shouted a coat and vest oiF the bench to the floor Dont you think it good I thought into the railroad depot in a leading DaÂ¬ culiarly elongated and strangle form asd waved his hand toward the seat known as leptocephalic I don t mean 1L CWllujij uiiu We sat down to say that all lcptocephali are original- Â¬ He never writes any tiling but what kota town Â¬ Well Boning hows the novel get asked the polite ly the offspring of flat fishes but some Where to please He is a man of undoubted is good ting along probably are and so a word or two splendidly Do genius but he never finishes any thing Â¬ ticket agent Splendidly Arthur He has never fin I dont care anywhere anywhere to about these monstrous oceanic idiots and That is the trouble 5ng two chapters a day easily story in his life and he has be- Â¬ get out of the territory Gimme one imbeciles may not be here out of place Has John Dudgeon solved the mys ished a Lolling about lazily in the open ocean somewhere quickern lightnin1 gun hundreds terv yet a number of small long ribbon like How would one to Chicago Perhaps he will finsh this one He Oh that one cried the novelist in Too late dont want one and he fish are frequently found quite transpa- Â¬ seems very enthusiasticabout it Hang that story b t rae of disgust My friend shook his head tore madly out of the door and knocked rent and glassy in appearance with no chucked up weeks ago Ive over a baby carriage as he clutched the head at all to speak of but furnished -- Chucked it up Why You had a day before I left London I hap- Â¬ rail of the last car as it went past the with a pair of big dyes close beside the The Qiendid plot in it Couldnt better it tiny snout They are languid bone- Â¬ pened to jneet Mr Boning coming along platform and swung himself on you tried ten years if sellor looked less worm like creatures very gelatThe The plot was reasonably good but the Strand He shook hands but evi through astonished tcket said his window and inous in substance and looking much not theres more than plot wanted nowa- - deutlv didup atremember me day with Colonel who was that fellow and like pelucld eels without the skin on your room one I wa lavs The trutli is I got heartily tired For a long time these lcptocephali as what was the matter of him and couldnt work out vour friend Arthur olJolm Dudgeon Blanked if 1 know Major Are you they are called were supposed to be a per- Â¬ Oh yes ye I remember you the diameter of a man I had tired of turn peculiar class of fi hes but they are now acquaint d with him General to tire my readers when I fectly Well how are yougetrng on J dont want Tve got a scheme now r hi tlio rnnnfr frv nf vnrinn How are you getting ing to anyther man First rate get them But hunting kinds which have drifted Never saw the dashed fool before si across on that is real Msckeye I camewho nto the open ocean and had their he added o Famously famously Let me see I Howisitwith you Judge s verv Intelligent young Cvter say read you part of dt pment permanently arrested for addressing a man by the door Intclliirent Coster Oli I VA I know him and I WHsit of the natural environment They 44Yes gentlemen Yes and I was very much interested Ifcwrng kat that coming it rather too dont blame him for wanting to go He are in fact the fish idiots and though in it Is it finished rtreag size they never attain real So bat Pve got a scene Id like you is the only cian In tho Territory with they grow inQQrnMU MagaMt iifcaaw idas about what you aturity challenge the out a title --Eslsllim A Jf J3ik ciaw ay to hear Hi lordship uiiiia 0 lau m HE NEVER GOSSIPS 2v y jt - Â¬ wlUi li5Yi Â¬ t -- You can whip any thing out of a child but badness or whip anything into it but goodness Lynn rnwn is The rambling old farm hous not confined to the East sinca the West bgjin to enjoy a monopoly of cyclones x Y Independent Pa who was Horace Greeley He was an editor Bertie Pa did ho used to wrife the base ball reports No Bertie I believe not Humph He couldnt have been much of an ed Â¬ itor then Td BUs A lady was once lamenting the ill luck which attended her affairs when a friend wishing to con ole her bade her look upon the bright side Oh she sighed there scorns to bono bright Then polish up the darkone sdc was the qirck reply Brooklyn Union Nervous old lady on seventh floor of hotel Do you know what pre- Â¬ cautions tho proprietor of the hotel lms taken against fire Porter Yis mum he has the place inshoorcd for twice wot its worth N Y Times Grandpa Toll me Ethel why do you have six buttons on your gloves Ethel Yes grandpa dear I will tell you The reason is if I had seven but- Â¬ tons or five they would not match the six buttonholes N Y Sun It is said that there are 10000 fam ilcs in Chicago without a copy of the Bible The number without a copy ol a paper containing the latest base ball news is much less so the suffering is no as great as might be supposed Nbrris town Herald A Philadelphia firm advertises a soap that will wipe out the National debt This age is one of miraculous achievement Pretty soon some one will be advertising a soap that will wash out the stains on a non paying subscribers conscience Lyiin Uriion Deacon Skuller Good mawain parson Ise been pinted a committee for to find out when t would be venienf for de bredren en sisters tcr gib you a spriso party Parson Holdback Bout wft 9 READING FOR THE YOUNG Hradrcts of 19js aad tJ men and wobci are eaapeye4 It U The theoretic turtle started out to see tne toad He came to a stop at a liberty pole la the middle of the road Now bow m the name of the Eportlnr ivbale the indhrnant turtle cried Can I climb this perpendicular cliff and set on the other side only could It 1lkjhtly over make a bijr balloon Id It tly Or a very Ion ladder HHnt reach the tap though It does look fearfully hijeh If a beaver were in my place hed gaaw a passage through trith hia teeth 1 can t do that but I can dip a tunnel and pass beneath lie was digging his tunnel with might and main when a do looked down at the hole said he 13 Tho easiest way my friend to walk around the polo 1 sometimes printed in carmine with a bawt sugar stamp and then cut out with die plums and sugared almonds arenvadeln a A BOY HERO very interesting way b throwing the mat seed nucleus with botdnsr sifrr Into Tommy Brown Did to ITotect nil great or otherpan which re What by baud coppvr Xittle Hrother or revolvt br machinery over a hoc Hre Rolled over orcria the moist He was only six years old little plums soon and n to crow and aresuxar the bri while above teai polished worked Tommy Brown His father was a off by each other off fans dust Gum drop ar pioneer out in Oregon on the madecarryjrnni the dryand susrar boitoi aad Look arnbtc of hundred pouad a a mixed map as always and find Oregon if time inseven or eight steam kettles whence huge copper you dont know where it is Pioneers the mixture taken out into 5maller kettle xum have discomforts and privations that to bo Cavored and colored- - The cheap Made drons and marso ns allows are ow the people in older settlements do not chieCy from glucose if Wells in St UTicAote saea fe - fohty yeahs from no Brudder Skuller bout fohty yeahs chile It will tek bout dat time for me ter revamp from de las one Judge If the Canadians wont permit our fishermen to buy bait in their ports why dont the latter dig enough worms be- Â¬ fore starting out on a fishing expedi- Â¬ tion We know how difficult it is to find a worm vhen it is wanted for fish bait but if our American fishermen will circulate aroundff among men who are digging garden they will find enough bait to last them all summer Norris town Herald Mary said he gazing into her can you tell me why you bright eyes are like the weather I give it up said Mary quite promptly Because said Charley you are so changeable said Mary you know Very good but can you tell me Charley why you Charley are not like the weather Be- Â¬ having failed to guess she added cause the paper here says the weather is Charley looked going to clear off serious and began searching for his hat Brooklyn Eagle HOW TO EAT FRUITS - J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Precautions to Be Observed by Adults and Children Fruit may be taken with a meal or on an empty stomach In the formor case it promotes digestion by its gently irri Â¬ tating effect on the mucous membrane of the stomach and intestines If an aperient effct be desired it had better be taken in the morning before break- Â¬ fast or between meals A succulent and pleasantly acid variety is best for both these purposes while it is also a food The quantity of fruit which should be taken depends on the kind If it belong to the bland nutritious class a healthy person may now and then partake of it as freely as any other wholesome food But he will gain most benefit if he take only a little and take it regularly The same may be said of the invalid with whom fruit agrees Cooking removes much of the acidity bric-a-bra- Â¬ from crude fruit and renders it light as well as more palatable So treated it is productive of good and no harm But it is a fundamental principle that whatever fruit is eaten uncooked must be fully ripe and not over ripe This may sound trite and indeed the prin Â¬ ciple is commonly admitted but not it would seem by all for we still find peo ple and not a few who will themselves deliberately take and worse will give to thea children green gooseberries green apples etc the very harshness of which apart from their acid pungency suggest the unfitness for digestion Such people use as food an acid irritant poison whose necessary ac- Â¬ tinal secretion with more or le s of inÂ¬ Hence arises diarrhoea flammation On the other hand fruit which is over- Â¬ ripe in whch fermentation has bogun is a frequent cause of this disorder and equally to be avoided and perhaps also more difficult to avoid because the in Â¬ sidious beginning of decay is not easily recognized It should never be forgotten by any who incline to fellow the season in their feeding that the want of such precau- Â¬ tions as the above may produce that dysenteric form of diarrhoea British cholera which is occasionally as rap Â¬ idly fatal as the more dreaded Asiatic type of that disease Boston Medical tion is to caue excessive intes- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ltn Journal Living Within Ones Income -- -- Â¬ Â¬ -- - -- ror The close observer can not fail to no- Â¬ tice that the habits of our people are un- Â¬ dergoing a decided change We are no longer free handed and careless as of yore We have known the btterness of poverty and we have known that econ- Â¬ omy is the surest means by which to grasp the power that belongs to wealth This tendency is illustrated on the grand scale in the case of our banks which have in recent years pursued the policy of annually laying aside a portion of their profits The result of this policy is seen in the condition of one of those institutions which has a reserve consid- Â¬ erably larger than its capital Our peo- Â¬ ple rich xnd poor alike are striving to live within their means This after all s the fundamental fact of the situation TimttJfemwmU dream of They are often twenty miles away from any store If any thing has happened that they have not laid in a supply of meat flour and meal and these things give out at home it be- Â¬ comes a very serious business If the roads are snowed up or if the mud is so deep as to inako them impassable there is a chance that the pioneers family may go hungry they may even starve Provisions had givea out in the family of Mr Brown There had been a deep soft snow so the roads were very bad indeed but food must be had or his babies would have noth Â¬ ing to eat So the father started with his wagon to the store twenty miles away He was a long time getting there for the road was so heavy Mr Brown loaded his wagon and started back but a tremendous fall of snow came and blinded him and blocked his way The storm continued several days The forlorn man stag- Â¬ gered on as best he could but it grew colder and colder He began to be chilled through Nobody knew what finally happened to him in those awful hours or what he thought about For he never came home When the storm cleared away and people went to look for him they found him frozen stiff aud dead in the road His wife was dead and his children had been left at home alone to wait till he came back with the provisions What had be-Â¬ come of them poor babies Ithadnot been so very cold when he left home and nobody thought any thing would happen There were two children Tommy and a younger brother only four years old Their father would have hardly dared to leave them ex cept that he had a beautiful and faith Â¬ ful shepherd dog This noble animal was used to taking care of the children just as if they had been two lambs He watched His name was Shep and guarded them at play during the hours when their papa was obliged to leave them alone The little creatures and the faithful dog waited all day for Mr Brown to come back They went to bed and to sleep and still the father was not there next morning They began to get hun Â¬ gry as the day wore on but another night passed and the next morning Thev tbey were hungry indeed thought they wouhl go out and try to They were not very warm Â¬ find papa ly dressed ut out they went They wandered into the woods Shep after them It was Sunday morning when they left their cabin They walked and walked and cried bitterly but no papa came Shep hugged as close to them as he could There were wild animals in the woods that would have attacked and devoured the helpless babies only for Shep He was as brave as a lion and faithful as a father Worn out at last when darkness came they huddled down against Sheps warm coat and lay there It is the greatest wonder they did not die with the cold but they did not Toward morning it became warmer and began to rain How the poor things suffered when morning came They had no hope and no refuge but Shep They hugged him and cried together They called till they could shout no longer but nobody came At last the younger brother said Tommy O Tommy Im freezing to Then what do you think this death brave tender big brother did big brother though he was only six years old He took his own coat off all the warm garment he had and wrapped it around the younger child The rain poured in torrents and Tommy had nothing upon his shoulders but a cot- Â¬ ton shirt but he bore it all and pulled the coat close about his baby brother There is not the least doubt the little fellow would have frozen to death but for this So at last the neighbors found them out at noon Monday cud- Â¬ dled down close together Tommy tne small brother and Shep A few hours more and both the children would have been dead But how much the kind hearted people made over them when they did discover them There was hardly any thing good enough for those two whom the storm had left fatherless They will find plenty of friends now But Tommy Brown is the bravest noblest little lad I have heard of in many a day He is one of the heroes of the world Ni W Chris- Â¬ tian Advocate CANDY MAKING Facts af Interest to Our Younj Headers Concerning This Vast Industry How many of the boys and girls who readthe Christian Union know or even Glucose is made from starch aad is much cheaper than sugar but 13 aot nearly so sweet If you should eat a piece of pure sugar candy and then candy made principally of glucose yoa would readily detect the- differeace Glucose enters largely into the manu- Â¬ facture of marsh mallows and terra alba into cheap lozenges PIa3ter-cf-Parmolds are used t form th cream candies having various devices and shapes The sugar cream Is poured while hot into the little molds that have been powdered with starch and are then placed in a very hot room to dry Mr Bowker says Cream or soft candles are made ia atarp way from suzar mixed with cream of tartar - is to prevent crystallizing To trfve them their is Ailed fancrformsa Cat traymolds by with starch a series of which is pressed into plaster-of-Pari- s models a drop band face berry orwbat it may tee arranred ra a locjr stick Into these starch maids the hot cream is poured and then avowed te dry Soaie factories have as much as afty thousand pounds of starch In this nsc The dryiajr room is Jcept at a bijrh temperature in which the creams soon become dryandselid They are then separated from the starch by huxe sieves If they ar to be trlos cd they are placed in huge tin pans and a cold soluttoa of sujpar poured over them to stand over nizht In the morniDgr the ieo of smrar on top Is broken and the creams are found coated with nive crystals The liqueur drops are a very curious product The sirup 13 mired with brandy or fiavored water ana Is poured into the starch molds As it cools at the top and on the mold the crystals mako a con-Â¬ tinuous case imprisoning the liquor within -- If you have a favorite candy store you would better test a part of your next purchase for terra alba a white clay that will not dissolve in water and is very injurious if taken Into the stomach Colored candies arc some- Â¬ times poisonous and green and blue candies should be avoided There are safe vegetable coloring matters burnt sugar for brown satfron for yellow cochineal for red These are notas cheap as the mineral colors thafeare used by many manufacturers Boys and girls who wish to make strong active men and women eat sparingly of candy It is bad for thtr teeth and if eaten shortly before meals destroys the appetite for nour- Â¬ ishing foods Christian Union PRETTY APRONS The Many Different Way in Which They 5Iay Be Made Those of scrim or congress canvas are very pretty They can be made of any size to suit the taste of the wearer Put a broad hem all aiound the four sides Draw threads across the bot- Â¬ tom one space or severaL If broad space is made fill it In with nar Â¬ row ribbons woven in and out in a sort of basket work If several narrow spaces are preferred use ribbon to rnn in the width of the spaces Should the striped scrim be used it can be trimmed in various pretty ways Ribbons can be run in the open- work part of tiie stripe and then along each side crazy stitches may be put In with bright hued silks The ribbon to tie it with is drawn through the hem at the top rongce aprons are roaae wnicn are much liked A very tasteful one has a broad hem all aronnd and a cluster of tucks above the hem across the bot Â¬ tom In the lower corners above the hom etch some design of flowers in scarlet or cardinal which colors wash wclL Draw scarlet ribbon through the hem at the top lo tie it with Thia can be taken out before it is sent to tho laundry Another most convenient apron is made of pongee to be worn by one who is sewing or knitting Get a yard of material make a hem an inoh and a half wide upon the four sides Turn it down across the bottom in the opposite way from the sides and top Then turn the bottom up a quarter of a yard stitch the sides ight and the put the three rows of -- titching perpenÂ¬ dicularly at equal distances from each other and from the edges These will divide it into compartments into which can be dropped thread scissors etc when working A little design etched upon the center of each of these will add mnch to the beauty of the apron Linen can be made up in the same way A finish of torchon lace across the top of the turned up piece when linen is used is very pretty Swiss aprons etched and tied with bright ribbons are very dainty for home wear White linen with a hem all around and then strips of scarlet or blue stitched above are very handsome These strips may be sa4e each wide or one or two narrow- side or a number of Harrow o- - 2F ae - - ce E Farmer Miss The editor 1 After politely askic fiva think what a vast industry candy subscribers te haul as a load of making is in this country An article i we have to bant Wash wad tMM recently published in Harpers Monthly make a fire to chmc frmp written by Mr Pw R Bowker tells Now if some clevor yaattiiMiw bring as a half a aord ot woo IP us many iateresting facts In 1880 there were in the United try and pay Jrisa for it om It W States 13692 confectioners In jSew compelled to teeead fbe Jfiiaoaaaor to Hoa Snre York City along there are at thepres- - in vao r laflAAJia fcxAafea tun seral large factorm Messenacr of the laet CWetaSaw tlHNij or - eeaoe a T te wtfSyu afaa-i-sfc- - y tUSSM l new rr J rr t T Jp - Jt ittfif aWMhw- a YerJUwijrS in JMraace - W8EP48LjASHED Eiwtob MRS K MZ4 2Q DEATH 1 1 PKNCm ooorK ftHtfeerized1 Jo TYLER FALLS TWENTY FEET OVER A CLIFF I Ilia BEST iass R 1 IV- T si2fe3 ETCCiT s y u Hesss 1 - Ussb it M l r I- - 3 TTthn VS TTr at TlC III XTnrtn T Quarters of an Hour Three HON W B TAULBCE tW Kagotta cfHjwtjr c catlidjiia for Con A deep g oom bovered over tins local 1 cre3 tte Tea JluckyDjj4rict-sufe-- party-i-D- itv on Saturday morning last rlien the 13m Democratic Jet tle We are now receiving another LARGE AND WELLSELECTED STOCK 0f tbe tovn first heard of the jeat of Ir Wnj Tyler On the Tues- of every variety of Goods to supplv the demands of all oar cs4oftrsr t WW f 32 day morning before she had started from j sale and Retail which we PROPOSE TO SELL FOR CASH or exckg fer everor and cx Seiitor John here fnll of life and hope and happy in Produce and Live Stock We have often tried to establish a trdeo a Cask tari 3toAHm died on Taesdar morning Anticipation of the pleasure 01 meeting - Vi but have as often failed We have also notified our friend and cuotpiarg f fcW tfeeieta smL at his home m Covington b r TtiveSi who n Pike coanty DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF THE CREDIT SYSTEM and Mr te Cv Stopfeeasofl was born m Kichmond j She was a christian lady whom noneÂ¬ j reform our business but little attention has been given to what w have an4 va ay 4th 1312 and in 1840 located knew but to love and her Ios3 will be irNow we intend to establish upon the ruins of the old credit system a STRICTLY reparable to her husband hut he and purifier it is very much superior to any CASH BUSINESS which will enable us to sell you goods is CragtOB In 1845 he was elected a JJ her other sorrowing relatives should find other preparation of Sarsaparilla All r K xe 4vegsianire irom me m she bas persons of scrofulous or consumptive ten- Â¬ thethm 1rht Ovington district and Iiia striking gone to a rich reward Her husband j dencies and especially delicate children We in particular invite the attention of RIVER MEN aad ettaaa toswr stateemaasliipand superior ability mark has the sympathy of all our people in j are sure to be greatly benefited by its xno nine ooy spoKen oi use J W Starr Laconia Iowa writes c c which we are etriBg at lsrge stock of CLOTHING DRY GOODS nil anncEion he was re ed iixaso prisinently j is a son of Thos Lee now of Midland special low prices for cash Scrofu- Â¬ For years I tarnad twice again until in 1849 he wag Midland county Texas whom Mr and lous complaintswas troubled with different tried several I To all of our customers having account due we most earnestly solicit tm O06g as a delegate to the Constitutional i Mrs Tyler were raising The following preparations which did me little if any forward and make settlements You owe it to us to do so aa well as t cBrntkii which met to amend and al Â¬ letter sent here by special messenger good Two bottles of Aycrt Sarsapaas honorable men tar tie constitution ol ourState He held last Jbridav meht exolaina the accident rilla effected a complete cure It is my Mrs Tylers death We will sell you goods cheaper than you have ever bought them bdfora ir leading position in that great work j which caused the boy and others audi opinion tht this medicine Is the best can better afford it because we will take no risk on time Respectfully the injuries of blood lie was elected to Congress for the 35th Prestonbdeg Ky Aug 13 wd also returned to the 30th sassion and J H Evans Dear Sir I have sad 11S67 iraa elected aa lieutenant Gov- Â¬ new to write Mr Davidson came here ernor on the ticket with Gov John L hist night after Win Tyler at about half C E Upton Nashua N II of the day I eleven oclock we had just gone to Holm who dying five days after his in j past and told Tyler his wife had been writes For a number of years I bed -- agrafiGB was succeeded by Gov Ste- - turned over a cliff and killed and the wa3 troubled with a humor in my eyes piwaon At the election the following child so badly cut and bruised that it and unable to obtain relief until I com- Â¬ iMi7B3fMfi3Qfl Fcfjyp tum yaar he was elected Governor of Ken could not live Tyler went on out last menced using Ayer3 Sarsaparilla I have night and took a doctor with him I taken several bottles am greatly bene- Â¬ tacky but befre Ids terra expired he i trnt rfiflm ihia mnmintrflnrl fnllnwfl Tho Latest Predsctiaft t fited and believe it to be the bet of blood was chosen by the Legislature as U TE3 MZCHAHICAL OIOTIXITTX CO rt- mwi ur tnniht purifiers It Harris Creel City Ramsey Seaator au3 took his seat in tliat body culars are that on reaching Salyersville Tke Masette let Cask - - - Sli Co Dakotn writes I have been an 1871 Since his term as XL I found I could sell some goods and was Harch 4th intense sufferer with Dyspepsia for the --Tiie Celestina oclock S Senator expired he lias been ft leading j detained there until two left andyester- Â¬ past three years Six months ago I began Cad -- HUM Aeoliai when we drove day to use lawyer of the United States and was over afternoon here Prestonsburg reaching this you want a flrst claj Parlor Orgaa SPECIAL NOTICE President of tho American Bar Associ- Â¬ point at half past nine Mrs Tyler the iEOIilAN is the one to buy With you can play onc ates By his death the Nation loses one was not willing to wait until we should insisted ou getting into the the most difficult music without years of practice and of its most intellectual men and another start but spring wagon and so left Salyersville at same is added to the list of illustrious about eight oclock and proceeded ou her learning and then perhapa not dreds of doUars expense dead the number of which has grown to way and reached a point nine miles It has effected an entire cure and I am sight aa no otdbar succeed while with this you can play above here at a place whwe the rocks startling proportiosB in the last few now as well as ever can At the same time if you wish you can be learning tkm haye been blasted out along side of Big aaoatbs use of the keys as has a fuU five octare key board with Sold by all Druggists Sandy It is close driving but they could have passed safely had not the lines 1 Six bottles Prlco 5 four full sets of reeds and is not only a cultivator of Tfee Coimer Jountl of last Saturday caught foul in tho shaft and tho horse Prepared by Dr J C Ay w Co Lowell Send for Catalogue but an instructor Price jHiblkbd foar columns of dispatches to being blind he stepped over the cliff Mass U S A how that CoL E M Kelly waa short in The wagon fell upon Mrs Tyler a dis is pension accounts to the amount of tance of twenty feet and she only lived OB SUNNELLY three quarters of an hour and died un 583620 Col Kelly denies the allega concious The buy the Doctor says will WITH itioa in the Louisnlle Commercial and pull through It was thought at first Publisher ol Music and Dealer ia Plants Grgais Etc ays ihatke lias paid OTer everything that his skull was fractured He has a CO No the Government even to the minute severe gash over his right eye the right side of his face is badly bruised aud his WHOLESALE SADDLERY saill and well bet he didas he says Te right arm and leg severely sprained but 3caow Bob Kelly have lmown him a not hurt internally Win Sanders had Manufacturers of JL long time and never knew liim to be hi3 right ear the top of it almostsever J B Dnalap Dunlap jailty thing mean He may have ed Sam llatclilf who was driving at W O Harrett Saddles Harness c the time is only slightly bruised the orrewed from irieuds money that he has wagon and horse wero uninjured Wm 725 aud 710 and dealers iu V Main St ieen unable to pay but his official record Tyler starts with her remains to have Saddlery Hardware will prove square and as he truly says them bnried at Harvy Woddingtons to Yours truly tke public has nought to do with his morrow LOUISVILLE KY Geo E Tuck private affairs Sick headache is the bane of many TH tke State Convention of Texas held lives this annoying complaint may be TEE HEW AND ELEGANT aaCU3E3 JMphtherlft Croap Asthma SriiaUltl ITearalcia 3haaAtia Stecixz a fc soixtn jermin iioorsciiess uiuenza riacitin uoujs i nccpiiL Lcun vjauirr DlarTbcaa Kidney Trontles and Spiral Diieiiea P aniphlc iris Dr 13 JcbadOsJcC93 last weak Gen L C Boss was nomina- Â¬ cured and prevented by the occasional HIGH ARM- use ted for Governor beating Hon W J and of Dr J H McLeans Little Liver U KAKt s Kidney Pillets They are pleasant NSW SICK Swaim Mr Swaim who was considered to take no larger than a pin head anil BLOOD the most formidable and suitable candi are the ladies favorite for biliousness Thniwnillswerontimdrflil di Hnr ths world VtC SMillTStT cthr lltft lhn in wortX tea- Usm tM eot oi m bar oC claie married a Miss Francis Bohannon bad taste in the mouth jaundice for lc relieve all isaauer of disstue Tie informaUoa exouad entti box ia Till3 Plod oat abont tbem and you vrill aiwriy be tbasclUI Use siu Jip t HMJBtMajHIfBUl BU3T 3TO OTHEE mho wa reared in Breathitt county Ky ncorrhea and painful menstruation 25 IS TILE BEST CO 23 OSCltM IX L 3 JOHItC3 irea 8oidcverv whreckrsatbvsjatlfrr2Soia8Saaap3 1 S cents a vial Sold by G B Swango and has many relatives in this portion Hazel Green and N vaughu Camp SS X39B9aSk B KWV wi 2iiae ua k tM Mfi U - IK 21 l J puso aad hljiuy oou SJ S3 P5 S2f MM S of ihe State who regret his defeat How- Â¬ tou 2t cii2tc3 alwtrt caA s mm sm nXL diseaiaa of hetva ts m Si any ether kind Ia Trsrtk Ms w9l is a satisfaction to know that Mr ever it i Bmatiy a ridicin tc xt a A True Statement bo pivoa with food iJiiii fj Swaim lias filled several honorable poai boc Dy wtiij ire Soldeorywfcsr r oa Uibttiu JccaUla6taic 31 iIh air - - W wjaI- VM 8BH Prof John It Proctor State Geologist Six cUls by eay i Oi TiHS-U- ii U S3 A- ion3 in that great State among the recently made the following statement in i Eighteen Professors and Instructors number the ofQce of Senator and Comp regard to this section I have just re Agricultural and hTschanical Scientific EnginearingGlasslcal Morma School ESTABLISHED UtT It U bow aefr sT 83B3 m Si jears state- tki medicine was efetol a a ria tf ttroller and today is perhaps the strong turned from the immense coal fields of fur WVmt and hum thit time it rrsuutUa m Military Tactics Gornmsrcial and Preparatory Bourses of Study KeadllT iBCreaicd until at tc uresac 4y K is laH ftSJ M nTTi Salfl est and most highly jespected citizen of Powell Wolfe Breathitt and Lee coun- Â¬ sluioit univeniMy xono- wiicu tinonxnubt nearly aii parts ot tftc wawl to S the sover eCpt rrmtJy Wm Cifftaww ties These samples which you see here COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION owAc mate for the purpose uf picosini tcpalat than of OTercomiaethe disease he beca miimfictitwd ajtarrrtt t Jthe Lone Star State country but their hrt lea ie of lite i n xrty exhausted zzA B A FaluustocVs Veraige coftKaues A Ktw la fcor are the finest specimens of cannel and For Catalogue mid other information Fall term begins Sept 8tllt xS36 dtily ChUJrm ortcc loot fait and lUAly from do cthr caue than w and fttiia are hose frctWty Ike mult at Wbeatbeyare trritaue ana teverua somgtmvn gna-- toaj aa einny iapiy these litaUen tappers and tnmer coking coal I ever saw Not only are Address JA3IES K IAiyrEtSOIf lesinKtoi2 XCentncky aqain rituiinjj toiesome aiettowiiiffrestic ia sin aioamig arta gnoaiag ie mcto oxnoe avsurca i KIMMU Hon Asher Caruth agreed to file away these counties rich in coal but they-- are are inticauons of worms the indictments against Craig Toliver continually increasing in an agricultural Many a heto- tcss child has TBABEBS BEPOSiT BANK and CooTc Humphrey in the Rowan Cir yield The corn oats and meadows are been laid in the where jrrsve when the cuit Court provided they would leave in fine condition In Breathitt the peo-I isase which Â¬ remained the longest I noticed caused hs dejth has been entirely misunderstood acd when wonas hare realty beea the earrs It Iws be pe4 Si jtM MT STERLING KY cavil that worms ctit in the human sy tein fion eMlwst infancy threfar parenn SpcUUy tnatAfs wlw ae ion coa to return This they ple are orderly and attentive to business the State never stantly with their chudreti eartnc t Le too observing cf itusjfrtt syrnftmnx t w ar r o surely as they eicey a lafily and sftedily remored fjrm the mest dIiatt inant by the timely use el B A FahnastcScS Ycrmifcfr agreed to and on the 10th inst Toliver Jackson the county seat has just com- Â¬ Fhysicians da not hesitite to recommend it and use U in their practkeand many of the most eiainentof Ac from all parts of the country testify to its uniform succrvs In fact it never fultih It has frequtiy bc ji toitU new church ta ciMil left for Texas and Humphrey for Mis--oa- ri pleted a large academy laid the founda- Â¬ rcn as a safe purgative not Misprcr mc ths cause of the illness and lare toasutios of mrni were diichairel anJ ImnnlttiTj and established tion of a reliff afforded Great caution rutrst be used by every purchaser to be his own Jurt in Mte seac and imfaur nur J M BIGbTAFP President If Toliver meets an Humphrey a circulating library of 2000 volumes Tho LADIES FAVOHITE because bottle he buvs of it The simple name of FAUKBSTUCX is not sufficient He muit IuJc Uucjy and casetuUy lose tka tfce initials ate E A Faunestock acd b satrsicd with coMn else it is IilGHT ItUlTOiTNG- and docs in Texas or Humphrey a Toliver in Mis-Â¬ There are no better people to be found such beautiful work Agents 3avor W W TH0MS0S Cashier Mesrs SchTrtrtz Nsw FRANKtiK Hoar Ann Co Mo Hastett Pttxbur Pa HTtttu3dthori5taaK AFaknestockVwMM souri it wilj be hard on either of the in the State than youll find in Breathitt itebecausoitiBaquickandeasysoller in my practice for many Gtntmtn ft used some of that tnoit excellent rem Â¬ mending it as a remedy years IIshave no hentaacr la racos edy B A Fahnestacks Vtrmifu and found it to hava the Â¬ kka rtiiaiU aad fCrur And let me say I think if tiie newspa States DIltECT0H9 dctired effect 1 think ycur Wrmifujjc can not safely bi dis- m aacases where a Veiratei e Is soft needed pensed with in any family Yours x would devote as much AGENTS WANTED ISUS0CCUP1ED TERRITORY THOSMKAJiOyM0X pers of Kentucky J W iiuaaRD M D time to calling attention to James Ciiorn Andrew Fesler J E SCHWARTZ a CO B A man named Cutting who published and eviderices of thrift and the resourcesÂ¬ frifdt4if a co PiUsfeirgt general prosjS paper dn Tcxasprin ted something about perity as they do to lawlessness they Dk It E Drake J T Highland JUKE MANUFACTURING CO mr311- i jui editor in Mexico and the Mexicans would accomplish a vast deal more good Cer LaSille Avesne and Ontario Street caught and imprisoned him Now the to the State ALACE HOTEL people of Texas want him released and CHICAGO ILL In advance of the sickly season render threaten to wipe out Mexico unless he yourself inpregnable a malarial atmos- Â¬ FRENUIIBURO KY is forthcoming Guess the greasers will phere or sudden change of temperature J H WILLIAMS Proprietor The patronage of the raveling public is give him up right soon but if they dont is fraught with danger use Dr J H rijapectfully invited Table the best and McLeans Strengthening Cordial and here will be blood on the moon everv attention to the com tort of ueata Blood Purifier 100 per bottle Sold HAZEL GKEEK KENTUCKY by G B Swango Hazel Green and J KEKrd CON5TAKTIY ON UAKD A FULT ASSORTEKNT O THE JOHN SH1LUTB GOMPAHY manufactured by the Prof Foster of Iowa who is a prog N Vaughn Campton aoBticator of the weather says that one Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready rriade Clothing The September number of Demorests should be your crowning glory Ayer3 Sidney School Furniture Go Wholesale and Retail Dealers in of 1e greatest storms of be year will Magazine is replete with interesting and Hair Yigor will restore the vitality and Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware TInwar begin on Monday Aug 16th and con- Â¬ instructive reading Among the articles color of youth to hair that has become Joh Lodohlin Sole Proprietor Hardvaro Table and Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ tinue until Friday Aug 27th and that worthy of note arc Thirty Years in Jour- Â¬ thin and faded and where the glands are SIDNEY OHIO ies Stoves and Farming Implement Tho War of not decayed or absorbed will cause a new terriSc 6torms of rain and hail will visit nalism by Jenny June growth on bald heads W Adopted in Nearly on the People by the Kum This Desk lias reen In fact everything usually kept in a firat clasa country store asd atBOTTOH FtCEB Jtarious localities in the meantime Sun Jennings Power Four Friends iii a myp m v the youthf ul color and vigor Demore3t All the Leadinp Schools of the Country Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt cae e VfnAi f jxts of a vivid nature are to be seen Phaeton Madame La Favotte Her Xllii X of the hair be preserved to old Countn Produce and Live Stock of ftvery descriptior IN USE NOW Hero Husband and Her Home and age Read the following from Mrs Q free the 18th to the 24th a Mrs Harts Norton Somcrville Mass have used A Night Refuge iu Paris Globes Register Dictionary Holders Maps I CLARKE and The Ayers Hair Yigor for the past 80 years Map Cases Numeral YntmeH Charts ELECTRIC BELT WITH Wallace Gruelle who has been acting serial increases in isinterest suggestive Race Seventh George Streeta luctionaries Anatomical Models highly Worlds Progress am upwards of GO my and although I Liquid e a Deputy Marsha under Capt Gross The other features of this popular Mag Erasera lJlackboarda it are for hair is as abundant and glossy to day as Sievars Garson Hardware Go To introduce countywill tfewc abort tSnegirB Slating Bells Crayon a way ia each to IJkary ie jm pai a well known newspaper man has azine entitle it to a welcome in every when I was 25 O Mioroscoperf good agent a limited asmbr ef 01t--MA- N household The frontispiece is a beau- Â¬ assured that a trial of Ayers Hair Purchased the outfit of tho Leitchfield And everything needed in a school room W Main ELECTP0 GALVANIC SUSPEJfSO Dili Vigor will convince you of its pSl Write us for complete catalogue Ad- KY BELTS a pciitive aad Haiti Wag r jSttneeam in Grayson county and tiful oil picture of a charming girl LOUISVILLE KY dretsa for Nervoud Debility WkaeM powers Mrs M E Goff Leadville Col again mounts the tripod We welcome Far better than the harsh treatment of writes Two years ago my hair having Loss of Vigor JtheHaaiLwa et YuiMler 6M Re Â¬ WELLS the Grayson Gazette the new name of medicines which horribly gripe the pa- Â¬ almost entirely fallen out commenced Sidney School Furniture Company ward paid if every Belt we hmiImUci I WITH does not generate a genua ekesric cr94 fe paper and bespeak much success tient and destroy the coating of the SIDXEY OHIO IMrOKTERS AND JOBBERS OF flOly the use of Ayers Hair Vigor To day my Address atonce GEriMAN BELT AGSNCY stomach Dr J H McLeans Chills and for P O Box 178 Brooklyn Naw j14 Fever Cure by mild yet effective action hair Is 29 inches long fine strong and healthy JOBBER OF will cure Sold atroO cents a bottle by In event of a war with Mexico it is G B Swango Hazel Green and J N B and strengthened TmtTTPiTT r k - vmj m m Hats Caps Straw Goods Presidsot of the Great said that Col Chcnowith will command Vaughn Campton i YY HiU by the use of JLJX Glove and Umbrellas WITK Ayer3 Hair Vigor the hair regains its the Texas cavalry Many persons in CH1LL1COTHE O LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL CO The Mitchell Wagon for sale at S S youthful color and vitality Rev n P this part of Kentucky remember Col C GaitjSKILis Mt Sterling Williamson Davidson College Mecklen- Â¬ Telia What Ho Know of as being a dashing brave officer on the RUSH F WILLIAMSON burg Co N C writes WITH AXD I have used Confederate side during the War of the EORGE E TUCK Ayers Hair Yigor for tho last ten years WHOLESALE Henry L Crane Bool Shoo Go WITH Rebellion It is an excellent preservative HUFFAKER WHITE GREE5 Wholesale Dealers in xytr the use of Ayers Hair Vigor Geo Dry Wholesale Dealers in Motlce A Dadman Waterloo Mo had John A Carter 1 his hair restored to Its original healthy The Democrats of Wolfe county are U1II01T STR3STS THIBD EA02 732 n 731 James G Cartftr I condition He was nearly bald and very W Pearl St 93 jespoctiuuv roquestea to meet m mass eat ilani Street DAForlme J lADT STltEET Orrics or thb GouRiHa JooxNAL Locisvills I 615 gray He write3 Only four bottles of Ofiveanon at the court house in Camp- CINCINNATI O Jo C Bethel Dr Wixtrrtvuth LOUISVILLE KY the Vigor were required to restore my J G Carter Jr LOUISVILLE XY Sir I waive a rule I hare observed for FORD -U LrtJ XlVTWCw hair to its youthful color and quantity AV DC1ULW ULIIf J UWU many yews the value of your remedy prompt Â¬ WITH I know ia reply to gates to attend the Distract Convention TT tae Ayers Hair Yigor cures dis- Â¬ ingyour to say Cure Theyour request what of its Prw private assurance Prepared to Chill of I to be held at West Liberty Ky on the eases of the scalp F H efficacy I had and the good results cf its effects T Shoe Go Manns Bros Boot more W 2d day of September 1856 to nominate j I offer for sale for the next sixty days at Foster Princeton Ind writes I had had observed on Mr R beenMeredith who foreffice 5l am now Wnds thatififte u Prof A SANDEIIt a cantii elate tor Congress and for the a reduced price and on easy terms a nice been troubled for years with a disease of induced xae years has in my foreman of my results SB repairing onjrepared to do all Jewelrj-of Manufacturers and Dealers in family Watches Clocks The to test it Of BoonevHIe Aedm BcHWirttr State Board of Supervisors for the Tenth dwelling house and lots beautifully situated tho scalp my head was covered with dan- Â¬ have bien exttirely satisaory The first case was fcgUJUid optical oods Bring me your work The house is in elegant repair having been Coogreaakm District of Kentucky of two years standing in which I believe every and it will be neatly and promptly re No 82 West Pearl Street INSTITUTES darfa known remedy had been tried with temporary built within the last diree years and is lo-Â¬ druff and the hair dry and harsh Ayers Joseph C Lyki s f Ja rpaired at reasonalile prices Hoping by periodically and scechtigly chills returnfnc and August aad wUI gxsate niliilnHia cated in a healthy and growing part of the Hair Yigor gave me immediate relief CINCINNATI O Your cure broke thcra aw Sfuhouest work aud fnir prices to merit County Committee Coalman with increased ieverity town with geod out building About fifty cleansed the Ecalp and rendered the hair in every iBstaaee Te jiamigomytj nmmtr once and there has been no recurrence of thcxi for lSvour patronasre I remain growing fruit trees and best of all a well soft and pliable FORD institute of 1885 vs f T F CAHR more than si months The other cast was cf a fegu Yours truly WrJwiir PenoDg who lead a life of exposure of neverfailing water GOOD WARRAN Â¬ xlU4 iiauaers oar siacerw MwmBm Jac milder form and yielded more readdy to other WITH r iEiedies but the chills would return at interval cameai mancer Jn wnlcA he axe sabject to rheumatism neuralgia TY TITLE i BEENWADE HOUSE until your medicine was used since which tunc AUGUST BURMHE1H BAUER I am determined to sell and any one de- Â¬ uur iaMracuoB aaa exDre e ar i laasbtijeo and will find a valuable nowseveral monthi tbey have entirely disappeared siring a beautiful residence in the most af the efficient Maaaef iawkiek From the opportunity I haTe had to judge ido not TQftdv la Dr J H McLeans Volcanic prosperous and thriving town iu the moun- Â¬ FEENCHBURG KY PBEPAKED BY uuoieu xae eseraiheff epres my belief that your Chill Cure hesitate to 0ULUjBeat5 itwill banish pam and tains will do well to call qu or address me Dr C Ayer Co Lowell T J COPE Proprietor U a valuable specific and perforins ail you promise p2T Charges rmaomahlami XT S A Mass J Very respectfully bold by Lr n as to price and tennp xt QXCE Table supplied with all delieaeies of the 516 Broadway for it vOTWv aHansmatxoa jBUm Green and J N Vaughn W N HALDEMAN For sale by all Druggists Special attention to commercial season antf J B TATJLBEE 1L 1 1 tourists HEY YORK Foo ale by J T F Day Hazel Green Ky rre jeee aadof mle V boon ever bestowed upon man is perfect health and the true way to insure health 19 to purify your blood with Ayers Sarsa parilla Mrs Eliza A dough 34 Arling- Â¬ Every ton st Lowell Mass writes winter and spring my family including myself use several bottles of AVers Sar saparilla Experience has convinced me that as a powerful TIMES i DOWN GO THE PRICES Blood tw tht Are first class in Material Workmanship and itet3 Methods of Construction They are unrivaled in power and beauty of tone and in genuine excellence far surpass all organs of other Cheaper Than You Have Ever Bought Beifor makes ever offered in our country 4 OVER Â¬ 67000 SOLD ywuli we Purifier fMKOMIKl JT F DAY SEE iM MU3ICAL INSTRUMENTSI Ofi M it Sni tj m JM Sarsaparilla AYEB S If at in hua at -- it Â¬ -- EMILY de DUNLAP BROS TRIPP upaji 519 FOURTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE KY -- of-any Hardnifin Pianos Chickering Pianos Mathus hek Pianos Emerson Piano3 Star Pianos Arion Pianos and the matchless Johnston Organs Write for Catalogues and Prices sftUJy wli S Jl Mflll vuc 41 ri crtn CO JOHNSTON Wholesale and Retail Dealers D S 58 Wet Fourth Street PILLS - CINCINNATI O W TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY Ill ISSr ifc2 rj ISlt 3- SM J- t- byJ i 3 PA3iilr3l TOGK i -- The Celebrated MIFUG Â¬ rdfllllOt lllud - SCHOOL DESK i Fahsctsaon FSite rt B SWANCO Your Hair GENERAL MERCHANDISE Pocket DBY GOODS 1625000 CARPETING Cincinnati EL J FRE ar nn 637 Street 15 LC i it t w m m m it m WN HALCEMAH Wm H Eullerton Yk E SOBERTS WINTERSMITHS Carter BroslOo ai r rp Boots and Shoes XlOIIie -- Jul CHILL CURE NOT IONS Boots Cincinnati Shoes Rubbers Coods and Notions A- XT- 4 QoIa Die USING REEPAIRINC WM Tuck fctite Boots Shoes Rubbers ikti ir hi ad Ayers Hair Vigor G SK CLOTHING j0 fti- n i KiWP3BK5H5HiCSHHi8f3PvHJ Kl IL Saturday before the 5th Sunday in Au- Â¬ some one of more gust at 10 oclock a M also at 2 oclock itK k Seat issertia and 21 iuer than sense for whoever before p ir ana at nignt at tne lom ward ft iasrteH heard of a burglar entering a country school house ou Blackwater where he printing office to enrich himself True will also preach at 11 oclock a m Sun a man might get something in apost day At the same place at 3 o clock p rfaM re mad te reialt rt-- ofiice but the very fact that the post if he will preach the funeral of the late IaiOirciueT4iB2Te My and rtpnyUefa At ac office is in the printing office was suff- Â¬ Thomas Ward after which lie will go to M icient to deter sane man from entering Ezel and preach that night ZCL CKEEN KY and especially an expert cracksman In Prof Wylie of Bowling Green and VJSSDAY AUG 18 1886 this case at any rate it was loves labor G B Adams of Salyersville were regis- Â¬ lost for the only thing of value the robbers obtained to far as discovered tered at the Pieratt llouse Saturdav and TIME TABLE Mr was three matchless pencils It cleaned left for Mt Sterling that afternoon otwm mv nin AUCHUb natlPfjj us out 0r they were so Adani3 is proprietor of the Adams article but mmded time 22 miMttt riower than Ml I very genteel about the matter except House and Prof Wiley is the gentleman Sterling- time J in breaking the lock upon our desk that who was appointed to hold the State J ITeav Mt Staling at arrives wc freely give them the pencils They Normal at Salversville iSjjSitro0 entered through the rear window by cut- 1 X L T Chiles of Chiles Thompson Co Mt Sterling was registered at the the window and Xi Sterling 140 laesat Both well at at-20 p w ar i aad en unlocking outside There is Pieratt one dy last week lie was in Â¬ glass placing sash and w s riT j am A leave MMMwcl at 345 r M arrives no clew but as several houses at French troducing a steel axe and his advertise- Â¬ at Hi Slerliag at S30 P M burg were burglarised a few nights pre- Â¬ ment next week will tell you more about 3a eaBci p at Mt Sterling with 1105 A vious it may have been some of the it and its sterling qualities X aacl 3L57 x traias on C O railway same gpug Should they wish to rob the fcr Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville W the Manns Xm3 cSBt8 at Jit lerling with 1105 A printing office aguu and come to us we Bros M Ford representing Cincinnati Boot and Shoe Co X ttaim cm C4jO fr the East and L3G will give them the keys to enter pro- Â¬ of this section will on the train frem LeuLsville 7X VtiMtgesery ceanty and Cincinnati vided they will give us half of anything with callfull line merchants about the 20th of samples a Postmaster cunrt day special valuable they may find Stothwell jr the 3rd Monday in each Evans removes all valuables to a place inst and requests the merchants to hold JMrtk at 7 S9 jl X-- arriving at Hi Sterling of safety at night and any further at Â¬ orders for him Returning leaves 3it Sterling at 3 x arriving at Hath well at 430 P X tempt would be all pains and no profit IWMi ethwell for 3ft Stirling at C P X CORRESPONDENCE Our Stock Sales GEO B HAKPER Snpt Below we give a list of the sales here WOLFE COUNTY last Wednesday both public and private together with name of seller purchaser Campton August 13 James Morri- Â¬ and price It will be seen that the total son the miner from Oregon has gone David Morse and H C Herndon made aales amount to l41G GO which consid- Â¬ prospectiqg in company with G W tfee coSn for Mrs Bnskirk ering the slight demand was extraordi Long and Samuel Combs to Perry coun nary Jion K M of Ezel was ty Uncle says he is familiar with Jolta W-- Howerton has our thanks for the auctioneer and Fieratt he did his a place in Sam county where there is an although that a alec watermelon brought us on last work in inimitable style he did not enormous quantity of cinder of some KeMlay charge a cent for it He also sold for the kind and says that from the natural ap Â¬ people of Ezel a list of which see in cor-Â¬ pearance of the earth he thinks the ore Tloji Bay Eq left for Hot Springs respondence been made which the cinder Ark fcwt Snaday and will be absent R D Motley to O C Fields 1 horse 120 00 fromdug from the earth had the vicinity in was for several weeks Hiram Blankensbip to John M Eose of where the cinder lies Mr Morrison 2 yearlings 30 00 say3 there is an oil belt running through C Bwangu to John M Rose 3 two JUr W L Stamper the Bascom of J year olds 92 60 this country about three miles widclle ta ICeiiatsiBfi paid a flying visit to 1L Rose to J AB Pieratt 3 mules 105 00 has seen indications of oil in various IlasJ Greea lat week J iLEose to R Murphy 2 uiulea 103 00 places one place where he could get Tom Williams to R Murphy 2 mule enough pure oil to take the rust off of 11 Ifety of the firm of Day colts 45 00 an old plow bolt Mr Morrison says he Bmc Frosea Creek was visiting his Hirain Blankenship toBudLandrum has made a few assays of the ore of Mrs 2 yearlingii iKetaer J T Day last week 21 25 Same to Thompson 1 heifer 16 85 R P Timmons bank and that there is Pres WiUon to C C Fields 1 mule 105 00 not silver enough to pay to work it The Trustees of the town of Hazel Swango to A U mule Greeiaei on last Monday and appoint Â¬ J C Cecil to John M Pieratt 2 1steen 80 00 James P Hall has bought an Old Re- Â¬ Sam Rose ed W C Coldiron surveyor of the streets E F Cecil to John M Rose 3 steers 65 00 liable brick machine and says he is going 90 00 into the brick business in earnest He J F Rose to J 3L Rose 12 two year Mrs Francis C Lykins wife of J C old steers 360 00 will be ready to burn the kiln in a few D Rose Sr and Sons to J M days that he now has on hand ItHbb Esq of Campton is xcry ill J Rose 11 yearlings 174 00 m little prospect of her recov- there Some of the defeated candidates for Jeff Rose to J M Rose 2 heifera 45 00 magistrate in this precinct are and have y AJpx Lucy to J M Rose 1 ateer 20 00 been examining the records and making jTaah reports that Oiicar Cecils Dc a memorandum of all their friends who Total amount of sales 1 116 60 Jinle Boboee of Lacy Creek and Wilvoted for or against them b- UkTXLQKEES HERALD Burglars Make a Water Haul Thepoetoffice and the printing office iB wW otVTW in this nlaee scre iointlv rfihberl tasfc lP dTertkeBUiBerteljTueeaViiiufat MMMppSjrM 11 Grassy Cheek Aug IB There were fTiffcw vnninimic Tr v tUill VI4Cs Imw HAL Rev J T Pieratt will preach at the n iwiiiiiuuj MVluij 1VN Dr Nickell school houc ou Grassy on three droves of nice lart mules ivisspd say they like the bug juice splendid -- i3 JitcluwMttet JK w -- 7xjt XJ rx J k6 tAm through here on last Saturday owned j Riley Rowe is also preparing to make by the various stock traders of this coun- - some of the aggravating stuff ty on their way to 31 1 Sterling Court I M C Kash of Gill more Wolfe coun j which is today ty began teaching school at this place on John Moore a citizen of this creek Monday the 9th inst with an average while returning home from Mt Sterling attendance the other day fell from the top of his The of this place Messrs wagon and hroke his leg just above the Candlermerchants and Hardin report trade good ankle joint which is very painful and money plenty since the election The Caskey school house is undergoing Wm Spencer Jr some much needed repairs under the su- Â¬ county is here buying of Montgomery Jaf pervision of Joshua DeBusk which iu corn to on his farm near hogs to feed Jackson sures a good job as Josh is the right Hales Edwards and Wm Davis left man in the right place Monday on a visit to Clay countv Rev H H Little preiched at thet MCK Caskey school hous i hist Saturday and ounuay to a large ami well uehaved con- Â¬ gregation There was one added to the church by baptism I had the pleasure of attending the stock sale at Ezel last Thursday but as The Herald has quite a quill driver at that place I will expect him to give the sales in full IS WARRANTED to cure Fever and Died After a protracted illness the Ague Intermittent or Chill Fever Iie wife of Thos Buskirk She leaves a mittent Fever Dumb Ague Bilious Fever Break bone husband and large family of children Dengue or and all diseases Fever Liver Complaint irlsing from and a host of friends to mourn her loss Malarial poisons S W Haven3 and wife are visiting Harpers S C July 9 I8S4 relatives on Toms Branch For eighteen montlis szif Willie the little son of J T Gevedon ered ivith Chills and Fever is very low with fever Born To the wife of Wm Cecil a having Chills every other day After trying various remedies boy On the Wing iii no luii iir bLUdHlb UUI Dry Goods Motions - OF ml Aa M 5- - CAKPETS OIL CLOTHS CLOTHm0 BOOTS SHOES HATS C E WILLMOTS THE BIGGEST BARGAINS EVER Reese Building A TTTiiATip ppj ti Ague Cure I AVERS Come Early and Get Choice C E WHLLMOT MT STERLINC JCT GOCTJOK FKAXTC GR05SMAN JOKS T GOUVION SCKLBVTXM- T- - GROSSMAN WHOIJS3AIE GO k if AUrACTCKBM OK LOCAL LWS P Mickel will begin a meeting in this community on Sunday 22nd inst to be continued over Tuesday Everybody is invited to attend O Guerrant and Rev Eugene Upper Grassy Aug 14 Dr Edward recommended to cure used a bottle ofAyers Ague Cure and have never since had a chill I Sales Harness e ffl anL EDWIN MARPER PRETARED BRIDLES 74 and 76 Main Street BY Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell Mass Jea a The school at tills place began on the 9th inst under the direction of Miss Julia Cecil of Tazewell county Ya AY HOUSE Miss Cecil has a good recommendation and it is believed we shall have a o nnil HAZEL GREEN KY school Rkv ISAAC MURPHY Prop Rev J T Pieratt will bee in a nm- - The table is supplied with the beat in the tracted meeting in this neighborhood Market aud every utteution given to guests next Friday night This meeting closes Rates reasonable out his years services at this place Bro M T EKINXLEY W B GRUBBS Pieratt has served faithfully and prompt Â¬ Id by all Druggists D CINCINNATI O Atts rs oft hi t t X m ly a4 We have much siekness in this com- Â¬ Successors to Brinkley Co munity Aouilla Nickell daughter of Joseph S Nickell is verv sick with fever Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in and flux Several others are sick but not tnougnt to be dangerously so The Association of the United Bantist Churches will be held in the new church 9 at this place beginning Friday before Tinware Tinners Stock Sheet Iron tne zuu oaturaay in September Japanned Tinware a Specialty The new church at this place is now completed and we suppose it will be ded- Â¬ 6G2 W Main St and 201 to 209 Seventh icated soon BRIMXEY GRUBBS HAZEL GREEN HENRY F PIERATT Proprietor Nice ft KY stisto al Hosts Vetolss STOVES Street JAS For Hire at all tiases aad o ik most reasoaable terms Satsu tlon will be gives at all times asui those wishing to hire a HORSE aad BUGGY or a SADDLE HOSSE will find it to their interest ta eea Bult me HOBSES BOARDED fey the single meal dsj week or Beetk Sir When yoa vkit Hazel Greea pnt your horse ap wkk sieaad yo will have it well cored jfer can hire from me for aa bear SrNsniNE lie- On Thursday la3t during the rain Miss Belle Turner who has been visit storm which prevailed in tins locality iagirieade aad relatives in our town lightning struck a tree in the yard of jretaraed to her home at ML Sterling on Wm Clark living near here tearing it FxxUy up badly Prom the base of the tree it branched out in five forks ploughing up Th echool per capita for the year the ground like a steam plow two prongs 1M7 is 165 as announced by the of which played around the house while Sever Day f this place are quite ill with Freaks of Lightning 2V D the other three played Piikett among the shrubbery Mr Clark was sitting in the house with his right arm BtrMr South atc a stranger to us resting preached at the M E Church here Mon- - was so in the window at the time and severely he still has ajrraht and Oar Pess also made a a headache fromshocked that Even- - glass the effects kg fewxeauu in the front of the house some twenty Glass jars JL letter from J M Dick Taulbee five or thirty were shattered on the inside were bursted and the penays that ce is sick at Fort Gibson L T dulum of a aaa will leave for iome as soon as he the wall wascalendar clock haugiug upon knocked off One very reXt able to travel markable feature is that the same tree was Charlie Howe the hustler for Trimble since struck by lightning a few years Bras lit Sterling was a guest of the which as we learn from John Jeff Cox knocks the air out of the Day House last Friday night and left that lightning never strikes twicd theory in the for Campton Saturday same place Hon TV P Taulbee has been in Hazel Kansas or Bust Grwea shaking hands with the dear peo Â¬ ple aai thinks he will have clear sailing A Grand Excursion will leave Winchester on Tuesday September 2nd 1SS6 at the West Liberty Convention at 240 P Jr via the Kentucky Central The streets were worked over last Sat Ohio Mississippi and Missouri Pacific City uraaj under the supervision of Cal Cun Railroads for Kansasfor theand Osborno Fare dif appointed overseer by County Judge CitytoKansas City and 25 round trip Kansas to Osborne Swaago and they certainly needed work 19 City Tickets good for 30 days and good healy to stop off at any point west of Kansas See the advertisement Home For City either going or coming also one Sale1 which appears in thiR issue The half fare to any point in Kansas from property advertised is one of the most Kansas City Now is the time to go and aesirable in Hazel Green and is offered look at the country and to visit friends at a bargain If you are going remit us 5 and name the point you wish a ticket for and we Hoary Wilson the overseer in charge will deliver you the ticket at the depot of the road between the town limits and in Winchester on September 2nd on the the John Rose school house on the Jack payment of the balance of the fare Old so road greatly improved that thor Â¬ soldiers now is the time for you to take your claim A good crowd will go and oughfare last week a glorious time can be expected If you er J 1L Kendall requests us to state are going let us know at once Address C F Knowltox Manager that he will not be able to fill any of his Stanton Powell county Ky appointments on the 4th Sunday as he Trailer ia attendance at the Quarterly ateetiag at Maytown Mrs Mary Buskirk who had been a sufferer for several years died at her Deputy Harshal Baz Warnock is in home on Grassy last Saturday at 5 oclock town xegistered at the Pieratt House aged 47 years and was buried at the oa business connected with his office Hazel Green burying ground Sunday He is one ef Marshal Gross most trust Â¬ afternoon in the presence of a large ed lieutenants crowd of sorrowing and sympathizing friends The deceased was a christain Xead the Kansas or Bust Excur lady having been a consistent member of sem aotice in this issue and if you want the Presbyterian Church for several years to aee Kansas now is the most pleasant She was a devoted wife and fond moth- Â¬ tiae to fo The fare is low and a good er and leaves a large family to mourn tiaw caa be expected her loss all of whom have the sympathy of the community in their bereavement Prof N B Hays stopped here over The services at the grave wore conducted flcnaay last and was the guest of Judge by Kev Isaac Murphy Shraago He was en route from Salyers Tille to Frenchburg where he is now The wolfe at the door is not exactteaching the Institute ly the case with us but it seems that he is soon to be in close proximity as Dr John W Howerton the miller at the J B Wolfe formerly of this place but Cheaapion Mills on Monday brought a for several years a resident of Scott tetmato to thi3 office which weighed one county Va has rented the Mapel proppewad an ounce and a quarter Can any erty in this place of Hon W O Mizc of oar subscribers beat it and will locate here in about six weeks However this is one Wolfe we can bid Mr Albert Burton will please accept come in together with his flock of wolf onr thanks for a muskmeilon 6ent us a lets and we would like to see a pack of iew dajs since and little Minnie Ward 500 of the same kind located in our wilT accept thanks for some of the nicest town Then Hazel Green and The Her cora we have seen anywhere ald would make things howl Deputy Collector Hiram Hogg of Jtooeevilie was registered at the Pieratt H A bulk of beauties consisting of John our postmaster Geo E Tuck HoaseXonday Apple brandy has be Â¬ the Evans drummer boss and gan to bloom and the collector will have wild wagoner of Grassy Bill Tyler the Creek Gulch a busy time for a few months went to Frozen Creek a few days since on a fishing Thehaok between this place and Eoth at the mouth frolic They used trots Â¬ of Frozen and were so sucwell ia a great convenience to the travel cessful that they brought back about 30 lac public and should be patronizod bj pounds of nice cat fish of which they au who travel to or from this place gave us a magnificent mess Thanks The drivers are Just as accommoaating gentlemen and may your shadows never as can he grow less Urs James Marcum of Jackson If any of our subscribers see a man kick- Â¬ Breathitt county was the guest of Mrs ing himself they ought to have him ar- Â¬ B Taulbee Friday night and left on most likely thaataee Saturday morning for Mt Ster- - rested as he is is chastising the one who y himself for an robbed us and er 3LltiX liacjnere sne the haul he made Wonder if any of fxiaads tne lunaticts from the astern Asylum Ayers Ague Cure Is intended tG act have escaped jg aatidote to malarial fevers and ail Mrs Loaellen Hargis wife of James aeieaees generated by marsh swamp or deagh Science hasbrought this reme-Â¬ Hargis of Jackson Ky has been visit Â¬ dy xlgh to perfection 2tfo quinine no ing friends and relatives in town for sev-Â¬ aiaenic aor injurious drug enters into eral days the past week Beecher Cooper Chemistry ana the her infant son was quite 111 during her its ooaipoeition Jaave combined to make Ic the stay but was convalescent when sho left esliag art rdfitive triumph ef the ag e liv ir Instruction hide-and-see- Sttpt rBb Hon J k Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ J vt i -- Salyersville Aug 13 The Magof- Â¬ bed for eight months it is thought will fin County Teachers Institute not live long the doctors having given place Monday the 9th inst met in this under the her up charge of Prof N B Hays of Hazel Z T Hurst is bearing up well under Green The State Normal School for his probable defeat Theie is a glim- Â¬ this the Third Superior Court District mering prospect for him yet if Letcher was also organized the same morning couuty has done anything for him The Normal School was to include the 31iss Annie Lylcins who has been teachera of thirty five counties but as teaching school on Caney in Morgan there were no representatives of other county has returned home to attend her counties present it was decided to unite the County Institute aud State Normal mothers bedside residence of James and thus secure the benefits of both to Married At the Prof W B Wylie M Spencer on the 13th iust Stephen the county teachers of Bowling Green ICv was sent by the Gilbert to Miss Sarah E Chrisman State Board conduct Normal Abraham Spradling of Harrison coun Â¬ The Institute towas called the order by to ty Ky was visiting his relatives aud Supt W L May and the object of it friends in this county last week was set forth by Prof Hays About fifty Mrs Gilly Ann Lykins wife of W B teachers enrolled the first morning Prof Lykins and son visited Joseph C Ly Â¬ Hays then introduced the subject of the kins of this place last week Alphabet and Prof Wylie dilated upon The lime kiln of G T Center is sup- - the Word Method In the afternoon lying Breathitt county with lime to Hon Joe Garduer welcomed the Insti- Â¬ E tute in a very happy address Arithme- Â¬ uild the academy Wheat crops are not turning out very tic first steps and outline of Grammar well Nothing like as well as the people were discussed by Prof Wylie Monday evening at 730 the community was anticipated Mrs Joseph C Lykins who has been highly entertained by a lecture from confined to her bed for some time is no Prof Wylie ou Mind Building The remaining days of the Institute were better Butler Whisman lost two children very entertaining and taken up by the with flux in about one hour of each usual programme peculiar to such gath Â¬ other Tell erings Suffice to siy that the Normal methods in which the teachers were thor- Â¬ GiLLMOKEjJAug 14 Ja5 M Ely Jr oughly drilled will bring about a decided was handling a rifle gun yesterday and change for the better advancement of by accident it went off the barrel jump- Â¬ education in Magoffin if the teachers ing out of the stock and driving the will only practice them Frequent read Â¬ breech pin down in the calf of his leg ings by Mr Gardner and Prof Wylie He had the gun in an upright position gave the spice of life to the enter- Â¬ and the ball barely missed his head He tainments Tuesday evening in the is suffering great pain Methodst Church Prof Wylie gave ex- Â¬ Edwards Nickell Coa threshing cellent renderings of Poes Raven machine is threshing wheat in this vicin- Â¬ and a parody on the same A Ghost and Courting Darius ity and will go from here to the head of Story Green and his Flying Machine Wed Â¬ Red River G Minton a girl nesday eveuing Prof Hays delivered a Born To the of E lecture on Growth and Progrees of TIscle Remus Our Country Prof H has worked among the mountain people and knows MORGAN COUNTY what they need Prot Wy lies lecture Thursday evening was Ezel Aug 12 The following is a list on Character M S Williams vice excellent Mrs of the stock sold here Thursday together president of the 13th Educational Dis- Â¬ with name of seller buver and amount trict gave a very interesting talk on J S McClanihan to J M Griffith 1 R 13 60 Mental Arithmetic Ihursday morning bull James Osborn to C C Fields 1 mule 80 00 She is an excellent worker among educa- Â¬ Boss Carpenter to J 3L Griffith 1 ner talk in the afternoon on tors 60 00 mule Responsibilities of Teachers wax one A J Nickell to R M Pieratt 5 cat- Â¬ 120 00 of the moat entertaining features of the tle The txercises were varied one 37 00 Institute Wm McKinney to same 2 cattle evening by a Geography Match cat- Â¬ The Joshua Bryant to J S Nickell 4 66 00 prize was a McGuffys Reading Chart tle J T Nickell to J S Niokell 2 steers 65 00 which was won by J R Long Resolu- Â¬ J S Nickell to R M Pieratt 5 heif tions of thanks to Profs Hays and Wy- Â¬ 87 50 ers lie Mrs Williams and the people of H- - Bryant to J M Griffith 1 cow and 27 00 Salyersville were adopted by the Insticalf tute The State Normal will continue M Ingram to Thomas Downing J1 14 00 a week or two after tho County Institute heifer 11 00 adjourns Same to R M Pieratt 1 steer Geo McClanihan to W T Ingram 2 Abraham Millard of Bloomington steers 46 30 died Tuesday night after a short sick- Â¬ F Havens to Thomas Downing 1 His loss will bo deeply felt in the 22 00 ness heifer Coon Kash to J S Nickell 2 ntecrs 51 50 community in which ho lived A B Pieratt to It B McClure 1 calf 7 00 The annual Methodist Camp Meeting V T Ingram to J M Henry 2 hfrs 15 00 will be held on their grounds six miles 16 00 Same to D M Murphy 2 calves A B Nickell to J it McClure 1 hf 25 00 from town beginning Aug 20th W T Ingram to A B Pieratt 1 cow 12 50 Mr Williaui3 and wife of Catletts Ben Wells to J F Havens 2 oxen 70 00 burg are in town attending the State J M Pieratt Bro to n Downing Normal 4 hogs 25 00 son of Mr Smith The W T Ingram to same 6 hogs 30 00 D M Murphv to R M Pieratt 2 strs 75 00 Adams died of flux last Tuesday J D Pieratt to J S Nickell 2 steers 30 00 Watermelons are ripe DMS A B Nickell to J M Pieratt Bro 4 cattle 60 00 BREATHITT COUNTY W E Carr to A T A B Pieratt 2 steers 50 00 Rousseau Aug 13 Dr John A Total amount of sales 1116 30 Taulbee is waiting on the wife of Reu Â¬ Elder D G Combs has just closed a ben Lovely who has been sick for some meeting on Grassy Creek with five addi- Â¬ time and been receiving treatment from tions to the church He makes a mark Dr Holian but without any relief The seem to have lost at every place he touches and the idle friends professor and scribe faith in the and called great bread he eats would not thicken chicken in more able council for which we ex- Â¬ soup for a circuit rider T F Carr who has been trying to out pect better results The disease is hemi tater the town brought in one potato crania Rev J J Dickey will preach at this the other day weighing 1 pound and 11 place on the 4th Sunday in August ounces George Couch son of Jeff Couch who Every one please come out and hear him has been out West a short time passed for he certaiuly can interest you and as we all kuow he has been a great instru- Â¬ through here today on his way home The foundation of A T Pieratts now ment in bringing about educational as dwelling is a good job some of the stones well as religious interests in Breathitt being 12 feet 6 inches in length Silas Taulbee who was stabbed in the Frank Sample son of W P Sample thigh at the election hore is now report- Â¬ after a little trouble at home the other ed to be out of danger Tho wound was day skipped to Virginia an accident and the fighting not so bad C M Kash and John Batliff have as reported Bloody Breathitt is not so bought lots in town and are building on bad after all when she gets justice JJLUBT Uncle Shack 4 Hen is now operating m -- F Tutt Laura Tutt little daughter of Dr who has been confined to her J MAGOFFIN COUNTY 6 Tf a- -W W LOUISVILLE J ORAUMAX KY A HHUTTLEWORTH WP6ati rg GRAUMAN SRUTTLEWORTH COMVEYED TO ANY POLNT IN EASTERN KENTUCKY ON REASONABLE TERMS Gire me a call when you need anvthing ia ay liae Z Very respectfully c b ZfV- - PARTIES frfjij irwvg Whea yoa wjuti aire yea lay day or wees or longer alf-- Manufacturers and Jobbera of PIERATT Mfiin 605 W Ollfl Boys W JUDY OLDHAM JUDYj deaxees Cf Successors to HAitLY WSSWSVZWFSTXm V BggllU12lM tij lLff v kP9 Main Mount Sterling Ky Street LOUISVILLE KY I G EORGE DOLL WITH Hardware Queensware Stoves Grates Plows c izTENNESSEE WAGONSz Sole Agents for the World Renowned Rosenberg Flexnsr WHOLESALE Go Sueceaaord toRoaenberg Nathan JcFlexner BOOTS AND712 - The Best and Cheapest Wagon on Wheels The Trade of Wolfe and adjoining counties is respectfully solicited SHOES Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se- Â¬ lected Stock of and 714 South Side Main 8th Ret 7th LOUISVILLE KX ADAM BAUM Phoenix Stables The Old Reliable Robinson PROPRIETORS Jones - jhu uLUiiju 113 Buy and Sell Horses Which he sells Wholesale and Retail a Cheap On Commission as they can he bought in the State Mountain men will do well to consult before offering stock for sale aa we believe Give him a call and be convinced that yon it will be to their intercut can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else GIVE US A TRIAL you may go andyou will stop withus every time I Fl HI i f5 J P ROGERS WITH N II TRIMBLE GO ROBT if TRIMBLE i SHIPLEY DOISY TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS Cf Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder Field and Garden Cor 4th and Elm 8treets Seed Mt Sterling Ky CINCINNATI OHIO They carry the largest stock and business of CHICAGO do the largestMt Sterling any house in COTTAGE t Has attained a standard of exccllenco whiov admits of no superior Itoontains every improvement that Inventive Wishing to engage in other business that genius skill and money cun produce will require my whole tim I oner for sale that valuable and well established hotel property known as the DRY GOODS 4 ORGAN For Sale SV McWilliams NEW 4b Co Lively Sale aid m KX Sfcif MT STEELING four-year-o- ld PIERATT HOUSE the public patronage for 20 years past The house contains 14 rooms 10 of them being supplied with grates besides a dining room 40 teet long and a good kitchen A large and commodious stable and enclosed shed will hold 30 horses A very rich garden spot of K to 9 of an acre with raspberries gooseberries plums apple and peach tree ice-Â¬ Tbpse Organs ar celebrated for volume and a fine asparagus brd A well filled coal house smoke house chicken house and quality of tone quick response artibtic deaijm be uuty In flnisa perfect construction muklry house constitute the outbuildings There them tho most desirable organs for homes is on the place two never failing wells of fcchoob churchea lodges societies etc pure water The property can be bought with or with Â¬ ESTABLISHED REFUTATION out the furniture at a bargain and on easy UXEQTJAIED FACTLITIES Any one wishing to pnrchase may term SKTLXEI WORESEV addrew J H PIERATT Proprietor BEST MATERIA Hazel Greea If y oc Thk LTera Li COMBINED Drones ami i especially Trates Jtakpatiirs which has enjoyed a very liberal share- of - The attention of horse aad Aide deal egg invitd to oar ieflkies for ti handling of stock aad we ivke att tradara of Volte and adjoialag eouatiea to eH s us when ia the aity w HX3IHJS McCord ft Aydelott WHOLESALE MAKE THIB THE POPULAR ORGfAH Instruction Books and Piano Stools vftfcgncs ocd Prieo KENDALL HOUSE Corner ilAi and ppjEsroNSsuRO Sxs WEST LIBERTY KY HATTERS o 613 Wjbt yUm Shwkt 1 lists on application TSXZ ORGAN CO CHICAGO lU- Mrs EC Kendall - Proprietress - LOTJISTILLE wtA IT XT X CHICAGO COTTAGE rf V Randolph and Ann Sts - The table is supplied with the best the market afibrds Experienced hand in charge of stable Cnargea reasonable Boer B UTvAcr dec AtonvtwitM mJt pencils IIUHUIJI I t- T - j - J X - - Tin f r ir otfn gr 4lum psrJr i x I 1 - - E2 i w i j HOME AND FARM And he slapped Father said the son of the coneal The English Surgeons Greediness at Carlsruhe one day this letter has his pocketbook resoundingly A dried apple pie is greatly improv Â¬ An English surgeon a few days ago In this dilemma old Peter came to been here so long that I dont believe it gfonn JH ed by adding a- well beaten egg Ex- Â¬ performed an operation on a little boy la ilm imni My will be called for Would it not be well Obedient to the wishes of his wifo the front im55iri5STf change cooet riof titoE Theres the old mans nevy said to return it to the writer It is adSmithput on his Sunday coat forgetThe operation was comparatively tri OSaftJc He haint dressed to Henry Milford and is to Toe Regarding the dehorning of cattle ting to transfer his papers from the old he to young Meacham The mother and JiAzacL GRiaaf - - sektucex one While Mrs Smith was working been here long but mebbe hed go with returned to Robert Allison New York a Western paper says that experience llinglittle bov were in the father and the the surgeons Papa exclaimed the youngest teaches that the growth of the horn can house upon it the papers fell to the floor the old feller- - He might find him sort just a quarter of an hour Whafc that must be be stopped by applying a red hot iron She picked them up and carefully laid o amusin1 Hed be as good as a circus daughter of the consul ETTER THINGS A hun is your fee said the father the Mr Milford we met in Zurich You to the horn germ in calves them in a drawer where they remained iu inc oort tbta sip the until Smith asked for them several days t dred guineas was the reply The Henry Milford would not have been know he told us of a letter that had gone Roots of plants that go by choice ffrrtair ten or twelve inches in the soil fail to father was startled and said he had not 5 te JarrahM4B brook tfes watch a later Looking them over he discov- Â¬ recognized by his New York friends astray somewhere IP v o r vTllTr mmm v Yes I remember it He was sunburnt and rough looking They wen bring up full support when they are re-- a nundred guineas Uh tnen x ered the letter to Henry Milford Now that is too bad I must give He wore a slouch hat and his trousers going from Zurich to Paris Well stricted to four or five inches by reason will take fifty guineas Butlcan not He lore of a eeatle heart- - thaa afford it said the father and had of the impenetrable earth beneatlu IB Jaottar beautys fever prosd this to the first person that goes to town were tucked into his boots But there send it there the reeee living eecd than rosea la a to day was that in his bearing that told But Hawthorne did not go to Paris Troy Times you told me what your charge would be crewa Then I will It chanced that the first person that Meacham that he was not as rude as He had a long walk with Miss Grey one It is said that calves begin to form I would not have come afternoon and decided to go at once tG cuds and ruminate as soon as they ard take twenty five guineas SeHer t teve ha lead wees thaa to bask in appeared was Charlie Bennett To him his exterior After a lit-Â¬ love H day ferlow broached the subject The young ErtfordshireHengland and prepare allowed on pasture but three months tle more delay the surgeon took ten tbtf Joantata in the keart thaa tho fcmitli went with the letter Hivy Lodge for a new mistress a is enough to allow them to do so or the guineas on account Edinburg Free Mr Bennett I wish youd mail this for of Henrys taking his place f eteatala by the way me been in my pocket a week Hawthornes not disagreeable to live charming American girl who would result will be scours vian Western Rural Setter e fa by a anothers haad than eat now its with he pays well He blusters some-Â¬ brighten up its many ancient halls and atoae at will FM W Maple Cream One pound of maple T IS Tin was in a state Little Bennett took the letter and glancing times but lie soon blows himself out add a new beauty tb its many attrac- sugar to half a cup thick cream boil Setter to trast la God thaa say -- My tjoods ay Btore hoase lu ESTTOMC tions And Milford must go too and carelessly at it recognized it as the very Come say jou will take my place sufficiently cakes of nervous excitement during a violent The proposition was unexpected but remain until Mr Hawthorne had been till into small hard to make into An ad- Â¬ thunder storm a few days ago Run Â¬ Qaiddr asd eo9niHr Care M7 MtfcW knowledge letter given lum by Clara three weeks Xetfer teTw a little wise thaa la pans forma HeartMra its very novelty had a charm for Henrj-- legally transferred to the care of Mrs turn of one cup nutand cool makes an ning to her mother she laid her head in uauuiitt vc jli mtivum sm y w r dition meats per- - before aiimwatiwwai was Setter to teach a child than toll to fill Where did you get this he asked and after some discussion of the matter Hawthorne So one day at Miss Win excellent nut candy Philadelphia Call her lap and sobbed Oh mamma Pso lta the appeti aad a4ai tfeaVvatiajf- ME Wac MI1JL1XH 1114 ieortoaa reuaC with his uncle hejaffered himself to Mr throps quiet home1 in CamberweU the so Seeking to quiet Fereml rather abruptly thunder Constitution should be the test her fraid ofmother responded Tars Waa net roBered aiwdl Bfetlerte Bkata Hetcrs feet thaa thrill a Hawthorne and was accepted as his transfer took place and the bride and You Grey gave it to me to mail a week her lteteatBg state word in selecting fowls for breeding should not be afraid my child Thunder Iron Bitters ItcsisdHW Jsatie 53C Mb Crura W Saixr J Better eappect that thou are proud than bo ago I meant to give it to Harris but traveling companion Several days groom departed with smiles and tears Areola lad saya I m s seffr MKrtgi gsrc that thou art great dfdat see him Then I thought Id after their departure a letter reached for their home at Ivy Lodge Then says Poultry Monitor There is nothing is Gods voice This soothed the child eeaW e rawwr iwu indigertim that I honorably released more vexatious to the breeder than to and she went about her play In a few Browaa Iros Bittera haa completely awed aw to ranch Setter to walk the real unseen thaa watch mail it myself and forgot it Do you the Milford turned addressed withHenry Â¬ Milford felt himself a per from his duties as traveling companion see chickens drop away with no appa Â¬ moments another thunderbolt was Gennraa aaa abora Trade Xark aad wf it over know any thing about it Ihopetheres His uncle the hoars event onwTappec Take Be Wx Better the Well done at the last than the no harmdone plexed face Three days after he sailed for America rent disease after all the trouble bestow- Â¬ heard She dropped her playthings AITrWXg3ra SKOWX CHEMICAL C air with sbontin rent ed on them Oh I guess its all rignt I only Im sure I dont know what to do and in an awe struck voice inquired IV A little cool not iced water given Better t havca qnlet grief than a hurrying asked because I know the man to whom wih it he said Ill ask Meacham Mamma what did God say then DR J0H One morning in September Robert to the baby now and then during the Soinefin awful young man knew the route that The it is addressed Ill see that it is Mr Hawthorne had proposed to take Allison found among Ins letters one sultry days of summer will often pre- Â¬ Hartford Post twKizht of the dawn than the Setter T aosadavburniairbrizht w mailed t He intended sailing at once for addressed in his own hand to Henry vent a great deal of fretfulness on its The monthly pay of a private sol- Â¬ Its a shame said Bennett to him- Â¬ Yokohama believe Setter- a death when work is done than forward the Milford and returned to him as the part It is quite as often thirst as anyÂ¬ dier in the United States army is thirteen self I that I did not mail this when it Id earth most favored blrtln Core writer thereof It bore marks of trayel thing else that makes the little creatures dollars to which is added one dollar per Better a child in Gods preat house than the was first given to me This is why letter there Just write on it King or all the earth FOR THE CURE OF Clara has been looking so down hearted of the English or the American con- Â¬ and frayed edges and innumerable post- so uneasy in hot weather N Y Ex- Â¬ month for the third year of enlistment George Macdonald marks legible and illegible While aminer Poor girl sul for the last three weeks one dollar more for the fourth To kill a skunk and make no un year and still another one dollar Poor Claras much traveled letter still examining it and endeavoring to Well itwill soon be all right now The attempt to mail the letter was reached Yokohama in due season and decipher the many legends it bore a pleasant disturbance about it partly for the fifth year This extra EGMANCE OF A LETTEE Or CHILLS and FEVER hearty voice broke in upon his occupa- suck an egg and put in a small powder pay is retained and is not paid over to this time successful but it was not so was sent to the English consul ur HL MALARIAL DISEASES of strychnine paste a bit of paper over the soldier until the close of his five After remaining some days in his tion soon all right as the brother had Well old fellow how are you after the hole and put it near the chicken years of service hands uncalled for it was passed on to n of fka aoLWiMML im JJHowlPollowed a Gloomy Lover prophesied 2T T Mail at 9 r I coop where he can get it easily and before Clara Bennett had the American consul where it remained so long a time The da Over the World exclaimed Allison you will find him not many rods away Hal Milford given her letter to her brother she had a month and was then returned to Alediss ever offered to tha fHie Is it Eeilly Consumption 3SP Srany a caso supposed to be radical lunff CXETAIN SPEEDY aad rSSMlSV received one signed faithfully yours lison at New York Great was his sur- Â¬ where under the suji have you come stone dead the next morning and no 1 and which after an prise to receive his letter again bearing from and how is it that this letter has bad smell about him either Boston disease is really one of liver complaint and of Ague aadJever or Chills aaATswr V Henry Milford indigestion but unless that diseased er of short or loag standiss Ha rsfora ne could come back to me Herald iTfe crenkifr train from 2sey York to avowal of love had closed with these the post mark Yokohama liver can be restored to healthy action it entire Weatfirn aad SaotIW3L ertryWac Bewildered Milford gazed at the If you receive this with favor also see that it had been to California A small piece of rye sown late ad- will so clog the lungs with corrunting mat Ma testimony to tfca trsth rf Cm MMwrtwk rfe3fewarksvas flashing across the meadÂ¬ words letter and then catching sight of his to bring ows when a jo ting man who had been give me permission to come to you There was nothing to do now but wait name he seized it and in his turn joining the hen yard will be run over ter asindeed woon their speedy decay and that in no eas whatevsr willit fil to sm if then have consumption but if in your heart there is no response until Henry himself reported during open weather in winter and is scrofula of the lungs in its worst which the directiaES as strictly fsBanrwl amtmsriai sttinir with Iiat drawn over his brows to my words silence is the only answer form began to scan its exterior Several weeks later a letter came to will furnish some green food for fowls happily to oat Taagrsat saaay eaeaaEaglete9ia apparently tklnklag deeply started up I desire Can this be the letter that I have at a season when it is one of the things Nothing can be more the bud calculatedDr beea sufficient for a cure and whale ferniHe Aus- Â¬ Allison post marked Vienna nin this dancrer in than is When did you needed for egg production The rye I Pierces Golden Medical Discovery boetfly thrust his hand into his inner As it seemed lo be the continua- Â¬ been playing tag with By have beea cuxed hy a siBgla TsattXr witi perÂ¬ Claras answer was brief It consist- Â¬ tria fect rcstoratioa of the geaeralieafci It tion of a former story Allison concluded write it Did you scud it to Vienna will not cost much and will be worth aroggiscs catpocket and with an exclamation ed of but one word Come w however prudaat ati ia esry that the previous letters must have mis- Â¬ As he spoke he tore open the end more than the expense for seed to edrew oat a dainty letter addressed In Henry Milford waited very patiently carried It closed with these words the Japanese village Visitor-- Is taiatocureif its u iaeeKtumeiixiMlSs and out fell the letter that had been to plough under as manure in spring At for a week after sending his important No ifoeimine band Japanese land dear in Japan 1 doses for a week or tar after tha disease ia Yokohama and back Prairie Farmer letter But as day after day passed and Mr Hawthorne didnt like Japan so we did but the ground rents are awfnL Visitor heeo checked more especially ia di5eK aa Jasfc as I expected he grumbled What is this he exclaimed Whatf s the cause of thaii Japanese long standing cases Usually tMa aediee no answer camoT he considered his suit not stop on those flowery shoresso Our stay one Stewed Raisins prolonged Of coarse I forgot it Why didnt I as lost and in despair concluded to here promises to beconsul Whon write me And not waiting for a reply he hast- of best raisins pick Take freepound Texas Sifting Earthquakes avIU not require aay aid to keep the Bewele fas from them care United States I shall re- ily tore that open also and Claras long - tklnk of it before we left Newark my problem I do not land I accept an invitation from an uncle to turntotosolve nativelong asisI aanu my agreeable delayed missive good order Skeeld the patieat kewevsc re Â¬ stalks cover in a dish with cold water So try lay in his hand Five Hundred Dollars quire a cathartic medicine after Taaviag ttkea wight have mailed it there 2sow visit bim on his ranch in California employer are asappy as we are at present them in a stewpan is the sum Dr Pierce offers he asked steep all night put to Where did you get this for the detec- Â¬ three or four doses of the Toaie a siafle we shall theres nothing to do but to tell Clara Robert Allison an intimate friend and so he would say lie has a probably remain turning almost fiercely upon his friend and bring the water the boiling pont tion of any calomel or other mineral poi- of KKJCT3 VEGETABLE TAaCLTHLLI mil In partnership formidable tour a young lawyer had tried in van to dis- Â¬ marked out St Petersburg Copenhagen until the skins are son or celedreg in Itkat I forgot it And of course it is i It came for you the day you left for then simmer into a dish to cool quite brated injurious Punrativehis justly ThevÂ¬ be sufficient USE ao etser jiH suade him from this step for he knew Home Moscow Paris the Alhainbra and tho Pellets Pleasant and tender turn Price 100 per Jettle SixBetuee jece or she would never have no reason why Henry should become Holy Land in about this order I believe California As soon as you sent your ixsportaat are about the size of a mustard seed there-Â¬ they ready for use This with P Carried it off with that blot on tbtVcor- - moody and despondent all at once and So 5ou see we have years of travel before address I forwarded it to you It came bread are an excellent dish for weak di- Â¬ fore easily taken while their operation is is us Will write you when leisure and Inclina- back to me from Yokohama That is unattended by any griping pain Bilious- Â¬ throw up his hopes of business success tion coincide gestion or for invalids If half a pound ness sick headache baa taste in the mouth SMITHS TONIC SYRUP all I know about it Waverly called out the brakeman and promotion and start off to Califor- Â¬ figs each cut into four parts be and jaundice yield at once before these Allison answered this letter at once BULLS SARSAPAfflLLA u little giants With trembling fingers and blazing of Of your druggist Â¬ The young man arose and with the nia But his arguments were unavail- and without opening the former one eyes Milford opened the letter Only stewed with the raisins the liquor will BULLS WORM ESTJKYEH Tie Ca-Â¬ which he had laid away on his desk in Â¬ one word met his gaze the one word be rich sirupy and delicious latter la band left the car At this ing Henry would go max seeing on a dentists sign Teeth A The Popular Ramedle e the Day Where shall I forward your letters closed it and its incfosure in a larger iJKHBcntx carriage containing a lady extracted without pain rernrkodr I Come sighed Clara For a mo- terer never could get anv teeth extracted with Â¬ Prladpal Office S31 Xaia St LOTHSTILLl KT nd gentleman drove up to the station asked Allison as they shookliands at envelope that also bore his name ou ment his head swam and blackness came the station out payin V 2f T Ltdgvr the end- exclaimed the Therms Willis before his eyes Then recovering himPRACTICAL EDUCATION was Therell be none to forward SCHOENTTrVnS H Hiust be going to the yoang man- self he said IIL Halls cures itching cooling cltyrll get him to mail it Hello the ungracious repiy to write to you Pardon me Rob I have had a se- A Sfronjj Plea for lUnnual Training scalp and Hair Ronewer iseruptions to tho ii IENASSSANGE all SOAP But I shall want Willis Going into town six vere blow I am stunned Let me go Time passed three months For ague bilious intermittent break Classes in Public Schools myself Where shall I address you1 Yes Ah Bennet how are you months a 3Tear and no word came from away I will see you again as soon as Copyright Secured bone swamp fevers use Ayers Agu 111 write you after I get settled There Is nothing more pleaaine than a soft mteeta It is a frequent reply of the sup- Â¬ Cure and ray wife thinks she must hear Salvini the wanderer It never occurred to I feel better MTcin free from sores blotche nt pimples- - Wa can saf Iy guarantee onr SKLZrsOJLX la tb fee to night Any thing I can do for was the surly answer Allison that his letter had not been re Â¬ had reached its destination porters of the head cramming sjstem The letter the sUb aad yea Henry turned abruptly away and ceived But such was the fact After The Fall River JVew3 says a new yarn care for all diseases of the public Ifscalp that has you desire of common school instruction to the presented to is to bs started there TVondor what ever been A second later his usual erratic manner Hawthorne after more thaii two years of travel by mill Rmaij charming complexion us dear Why yes if it would not trouble stepped into the car land and sea in the old world and the advocates of manual training that the they want another newspaper there for sance healthful Price 2 cents per cake Sold By all ivip-leading drnircists or 3 cakes in a boxtrUl be at by This letter was handed me this he turned back and grasping his suddenly determined to leave Vienna new Is it necessary to follow it far community should not pay for tech any how Lovctil Citizen yoa in a husky mail on receipt of 75 cents by While journejing looming and as usual I forget to mail friends hand said fellow andvoice for St Petersburg CTXCIXXATI SOAP COMPATT No one has proposed Good bye old nical trades forgive through the Suez canal they had made ther Claelaaatl Ofalo iL It is quite important and if voud Sole Manufacturers Saux Oixtmexts axd Lotioxs for skin dis At a quiet wedding party a few months my rudeness I hardly know what bruises c and use just drop it in a box for me Ird be saying but wont forget that you I am the acquaintance of an English spinster later thc bridegroom said to his best that it should The idea is lo fit chil- Â¬ eases cuts sprainsSoap Sclphur have a Miss Winthrop accompanied by a I Hills Haib and 3C00 Agents Wanted fortheffeTv Book grcatlv obliged man You cheated me out of two years dren to learn trades as a preparation for Glexxs WuiSKEKDre Black or BroAvn 50c been a true friend to me in these dark very pretty American girl as traveling Certainly No trouble at all11 their life work just as other children of happiness Charlie Mr Willis toolc the letter put it in days companion Milford felt a languid in- Â¬ of foreign are prepared to take a classical course But I gave you Bt their works ye shall know them l Goodie responded Allison try Â¬ terest in the girl but he had a suspicion travel at the expense aofyear one che his inner breast coat pocket and hur-Â¬ TTatches some By tha eminent author HOJrTP OCOJWOR JLP firr preliminary to the study of a profesYou Liverpool and RM Mc wjus Es jiml endorsed by Hox ried away to his train which had just ing to speak in a cheery tone his employer was more than inter Â¬ are a little bilious now but the free life that in Miss Winthrop These lades You ought to thank instead of blaming sion It is argued and rightly that The Favorite Prescription of Dr Pierce C S PjiasztX A thriUiwf hiatorj of JrUb opprasioi arrived Charlie Bennett passed down ested thatiswavroek me cures female weakness and kindred af- nndtliQTiilghttxiruaaleforlZomelittle also BioprapMe of iwj the Brit Uh Empire to its eentrn the board walk to his home feeling that of a rancher in the glorious climate of suddenly appearing in Vienna the ac- Â¬ Milford glanced at Clara as he an- the State or the city has as much right fections By druggists A ktokc from 15A authority of U norfct tho leaders interest rfcWtf Ulustratedandlnftnjaowiedomnd Ap ibeipossiblc result oi his forgetfulness Californy will bring you out all right quaintance was renewed and Milford swered and is as much in duty bound to teach ply quickly to 1ICBBAKB BKeSrafcetaetami I shall expect glowing letters from you was not at all surprised when Mr HawÂ¬ world is a dangerous would never occur A week later a After all this I thank the postal system that made a boy to use his hands as to teach him place very few get out of it alive email company was assembled in IMr soon1 thorne announced that he did not in the your carelessness insufficient to wreck to use his wits A hammer saw drawing-K6 Bops is Cut Off Horses Mases he least care to go to Russia but believed I wonder what ails the fellow Willie1 parlor A young married lady jiCjJiSii- - iajUVACosmopolitan board celebrated my lifelong happiness and lathe are to the mass of Tun best congh medicine is Pisos Cure ILK and J1RISLS Combined who had that day found in her hus- Â¬ soliloquized as he went home that it would be for his health to sujk a can not be sUppedby any horse Sam As he entered his boarding house the more genial clime This opinion seemed boys what Greek roots and Latin verbs for Consumption Sold everywhere pie Halter to any part ot tne US band pocket a letter that sheliad given free on receipt of 81 Sold by all FEMININE FANCIES are to the selected few All are tools bim severalrtlays before to mail made servant girl met him in a Hurry to be the result of learning that the la Is a little brool waas is a Saddlerr Hardware and Harness Ir a brooklet Oh Mr Allison he exclaimed Union Dealers Special discount to thej the statement that she believed tiiat dies were going to Rome for the Easter with which they arc expected to work goblet Springfield Trade QTSend for Price LIsC Spicy Gossip About Trifles Commc il Faut iheir way to further knowledge every man in the room had in his pockÂ¬ heres a letter for Mr Milford Cant festivities jC- - LiGnTZOusxXtecbesterXT And Soro Eyes use Dr Ir afllicted ets missives that be bad been intrusted 3ou get to him before he goes away We might go to Rome for Heaater Epicures of Baltimore eat salad ol if the community gives the necessary Thompsons Ey o Water Druggists sell Isaac Hes already gone Jennie but 111 too said Mr Hawthorne it 25c with and Lad wholly forgotten Mr It would rice and hominy with cold game primary and secondary training to the send it to him class it certainly may and should Willis denied the charge and offered to be a dial more Christian like than Tobacco leaves The cigar stumpi that restoring the color of faded small 1 hT3 a jxaitlrs Weeks Henry Milford torl ttm diaeM hptta wove that as far us h was concerned setmed in passed andfulfill his promise spending that ply time among those Try goods by brushing with chloro- do so to the larger one ro thrown away Qos on Foit tbetatada of am of U vortt kiad asd of lose tsatt no hurry to plush fcs bta ccrrd TWO BOTTLES KtESmytoseQer iritfe a Y l In2d e at root U fcita la Ha Scary beastly Russians a 3east it was an unjust accusation The beneficial cuvcts of the practeal atlirni acad CABLE TXEATISE ca tola df Milford did not like to seem to be fol- Â¬ form One by one he emptied his pockets of of writing When the letter did come Â¬ aaSwer Bin Xir brought out in the report Corn A Hcdsox J SLOCU3JlsirrfSCiJX it was a breezy one telling of their hap lowing the ladies but the more he op- Â¬ Ladies continue to wear little fancy training Avere of Girard College at the which would kivek yacht is San ietlappropri- Â¬ CrjadraaMrau PST ttMto ur Metiers which were all addressed to hm of the president be a more seem to self except the last a delicate letter py unconventional life but contained posed the Italian trip the more deter Â¬ ring set for the most part with small anniversary celebration in Philadelphia ate name for a toe boat Troy Times with a tiny blot on one corner This no word about himself It closed with mined Mr Hawthorne became the other day In the Avill of the foun tier but verv bright gems Fisn is good brain food except in inÂ¬ provided Like as not Ill never ave a chance bore the address of Hnry Milford Iso these significant words come of the institution it Avas bound outtiat stances when it doesnt find any thing to thread for embroidering You need mention me to none of my to see a Hitaliau Ileaster again and 123 West at assimilate with Jiurlinyton Free Press street New York11 Im botholdcoarse and fine The Japanese the scholars should be friends I have done with civilization graduation to suitable occupations A look of astonishment crept over his going You can do as you please You may be sure that Allison lost no Of course the young man pleased to gold thread is least liable to tarnish tface followed by one of dismay as he as those of agriculture navigation arts There was a great deal of poetry quoted The envelope in accompany his employer The days in time in replying had of July recalled the day that Charlie Bennett The fancy now is for Avedding break mechanical trades and manufactures the Fourthhis fingers Tho small boy Trib- which he inclosed both his reply and the Rom passed very pleasantly in sight- Â¬ ends Chicago to tne capacities and acquire Burns jit had Intrusted him with an important according CARPENTERS letter of the unknown bore seeing The two gentlemen acted as fasts just as they do in England with ments of the scholars respectively con unc letter to mail This must be the one damty one end the words Farmers Butchers and others C1W CI1 C1C If not escorts to the ladies Mr Hawthorne toasts to the bride and groom re- suiting as far as prudence shall justify onr LATE MAKE of Ccstomeu I should liki to look at a usefile Hand Kip Butcher BgcXoAW rllXHa though he had not noticed the address across Pruning and aS to called for in ten days return to Robert and Shop boy If youll wait sponses and all the resfc -- Followed by peals of laughter he hasexer Grev would wander away by in the inclinations of the seAeral schol- Â¬ fnt goosemissus will be here directly a kinds of Saws f3so they cut better than rasx Two Ms Ad Filers free for Illustrated circulars Park Row themselves returning to the hotel Jiours There is a tendency to cluster rings ars as to the occupation art or trade to minute Post tened from the room with an indefinite Allison attorney-at-ladress ROTH BHO- - XEW OXTOKD Peaa Boston New York large colored b learned For a time the officers of desire to do something he scarcely knew after Milford and Miss Winthrop with again a favorite being a TnE difference between a buzz saw and a what to rectifvhis error Whatshould some strange storv of getting lost to I stone in the center with small diamonds the college were able to procure places bull dog is that when tho former is most it or vice versa ir for the boys Avhere they might extend which the elder lady would listen with set around he do Should he harness up at this BH SIXES WHESE ALL llSl FAKS Take a cowshorn or any horn have their education according to this Avise dangerous it never shows its teeth A bright beautiful May day was an incredulous smile while Milford was late hoar aad drive two miles to Beet Coach Syrup Tastes xxi Use In time Sold by druggists Newark fast lo mail this letter or drawing to a close as a traveling car- Â¬ forced to admit that the smitten English it tipped And rimmed with brass hang provision But the gradual decay of Mountains have no Ax exchange says If Â¬ it on the wall with a ribbon and it the apprenticeship system soon made eyes but weve seen a mountaineer should he walkover to the station on riage drew up before the hospitable door man wa i superior to the national prejumakes a unique vase to- - hold a single this impossible and the trustees wece without eiTes how can a mountain peak the chance of finding some one going of John Milford stock farmer Califor- Â¬ dice against Americans a obliged to keep the boys until they were to town Just at this moment he saw nia The occupants were a portly One day nenry took a little jaunt with choice ilower Ix 1701 Yalo had but a single studentÂ¬ FACE HJL5DS FEET A pretty new brooch representing a eighteen and then cancel their indent- Â¬ Ho must have had a soft thing on the collajjtfce moonlight a man hurrying middle aged Englishman wrapped in several Americans leaving Mr HawÂ¬ htclniMar TaeU X31 all their- lnjxrfoctios Detrlorvmyent Scoerfwj ilir Knb Mr A short time ago howeveH along the walk toward the stationaud various top coats and shawls and a thorne as sole escort for the ladies It cluster of hazel nut leaves and fruit ures lege base ball and sparring championship Wci Wiu U Xotb Frsciles Ri Horns ARM a recognizing a neighbor he said young man who seemed to be in great was quite late when he returned to the consists of gold leaves and cups frosted the trustees decided to establish a Black Ilori Scan RUinr and tirir tfwttwct marriages Dr JOHN H WOODBURY 0h Mr Grey is that you Are you pain and was evident unable to alight hotel at the door of which he met an over with small diamonds while the manual training school in connection In Wheub are the most mis every woman 3V a rrl3txiMjI EnVdla M b vUOc tor boat England because nearly nuts are formed by a brown enamel going to town1 Ello ere cahnt you lend us a acquaintance who greeted him with avi th the college and the fund at their that marries is a miss Berlin Journal IOO OOO ACRES of OHOICE IT A XTC A c A bracelet pleasing to very young disposal enabled them to carry out the Hello Milford you didnt go with les I am going to Boston and I and shouted the portly individual to f3 tlW IrSgt The most afflicted part of tho house is the ladies consists of a single gold band on plan with an ample equipment The Rooks Jk Graham fkfflnL harry to catch the night traiu the herdsman who stood near looking your party Miss Grey looked charming window It is always full of panes and I EJk - For SaleoaSasyTersas 11 which is hung a round or square charm bovs are iioav taught the use of tools curiously at the stranger Any thing I can do for you1 Eres a j Expect to go to Florence myself next - set noil well iratred- a aa aar w window not Maps anapamphlet furnished free onappllcatt onta of rock crystal Sometimes these open says the Philadelphia Record and are who has Bostonseen more than one Why jes 3f you will just mail a voung man that as broke is leg week How soon do you go Budget blind J TV T 2XA3iE3T 155 WashingtOBBUCfcii show a four given instruction in the mechanic arts j letter for me I wiU be obliged You Cahnt vou give im a lift With a careless remark Milford in half like a locket A Noutii Adams Mass woman is spoken DOLL ARS eachforKeir and FerMilford himself heard the sum passed on to his room to find it true leaved clover between the two layers ol of a character which can not be excelled can drop it in a box as you go along John Icri SEWINQ MACHINES As a result of this of as quarrying stone like a man Prob Â¬ I in any workshop mons and appearing bade the bovs that Hawthorne and the ladies had crone crystal Itwill not delav vou11 Warranted Ave rears Sent on rial ably S if desired Buy direct and saT31S 5r Oh it will beno trouble at alL11 There appears a decided and growing Avise measure the demand on the trus- Â¬ none she thinks a stone man is better than brinjr the stranger m The elder senile- - to Florence leaving word for him to mm to SIS Orcans sriTen aanremturas Write for FEES circular witll XX testi So once more the letter was placed in man who nave his name as Holliver follow The hasty note left for his in- Â¬ tendency again to decorated watch cases tees for apprentices exceeds the supply GKOKGB monials from erery State tx tl i - struction contained this closing sen- Â¬ for ladies Â¬ ii i AWIUUIUC Ul 11IH LUUt Not only are cases seen with Being skilled in the use of tools and PAY3E CO 3 W Monroe St Chicago TnE Jfow Haven JTaa says that oleomara breast pocket and started for Xew cauuiuYork It was destined however to shire Ilenglaud made all due ex-Â¬ tence Went to the United States Con- Â¬ the raised wire work decoration but Aviththeir natural aptitude for work dis garine should henceforth 00 called orphanÂ¬ CourcoAcred and developed they are ready butter Let it go no father Lowell take a much longer journey- - Mr Grey planations sul Saw a letter for you and ordered there are cases beautifully enameled A GOOD ier and cases in the center of which appear to b gin at once to learn the art or trade fottad himelf pressed for time and in You see e would go leaping over it forwarded this WOXljJCFinKIGIi1V liis haste entirely forgot the letter the beck and fell in without the preliminary loss of time and E couldnt get I sat Jack havo you heard about tho Big State to sell Profits Bio Bcsdtess For After greeting his friends the next a group of gems Seller bio - panicuiars circulars ana soujr Hooic adrtreui J ISo what conflag raOatmeal water is admirable for im- material involved in trying to instruct conflagration Returning home one morning ten up so Turamas ere and I we elped morning in Florence Milford said he 6TIeLrISH Why the faculty havo fired JUjgt TiFT3 3BJROJ days later he caught sight of Mr im into the phaeton Then we came would run out to the consuls and get proving the skin Pour boiling water youth who know nothing AvhatcA er tioni Harvard Lampoon Snodkins LADIES Health and Beauty Willis taking the train for New York ere for we couldnt go on wi the poor his letter over a few spoonfuls of it and let it about the work they undertake to do and hcvr to preserrs them This el The sight of uim recalled the forgotten man groanin and we not knowin but You wont find it said the old gen Â¬ stand a few hours On retiring wash A knowledge of the hight of moun- Â¬ Say Ive got the hiccoughs Frighten full of lnt work Is womanircportaat inforra a five you tiontoevery SxsrFRJHtoa reletter Stepping to the office window ed broke both is legs you know Ell tleman I ordered it sent on to Switz- Â¬ the face and neck freely in the starchy tains in South America or or the me wont its all overLend me Burlington ceipt of address and 5 scatuds frr tkm now Thanks facility water and dry without wiping It is length of rivers in Africa he aodresseo the agent who stood in Â¬ ave a doctor erland Extract Xroicrs x Crx Detroit MicK side more conveniently used for a full bath in solving the useless prize puzzles Fret Pras Milforcr sat down disappointed Doctors are new so easy to get in Lustra asd Smith of grammar and arithmetic is of small Why I sayWill I want you to do me a these diggins said a bystander but asked didnt you bring it with you when inclosed in a bag ARTISTS5 foIor Rnsirtt VCrrrr W Kope pattern in- Â¬ practical use when a boy sets out to The Hangmans you give this letter to some heres old Peter hes a naterxl bone Miss Grey iavor Tr Flower Supplies Scad for our various earaloeaes one who is going on the next train It setter Hell fix im up all right Xever thought of it I assure you It troduced last season in Paris and pat- do things that require a trained hand Hall orders solicited ltOFF3CAJtX X K a very imjortant letter and must be as he looked proved would ave been the easiest thing in the ronized to some extent because of a cu- Â¬ and eye a sound judgment and a knowl- Â¬ UuEAMBALM Old Peter rough 185 iCalB Street Gtaelsaatl Male is niaJed at once But ft never rious superstition that the hangmans edge ot material things among which both skillful and gentle He said that world now wouldnt it A healthful HABIT SSSftfflS attend to it Harris always goes the injury was a evere sprain not seri- Â¬ entered my ed Thought we had to or- Â¬ rope in gold is a lucky thing to have his3 life is to be spent Til teas cured before OPIUM infallible remedy Joc a particle paia in on the next train Hell take its ous but It might prove tedious and re der letters forwarded Believe Id for- - about is seen here formed into bangles tendency which is the direct result of the second bottle of orself denial Psywhea cured IlasdsoHBsljasi free DK C J WKATHEST Wtmttits CltrKa Tcil him not to forget it1 auire absolute rest for weeks Mr Haw waraeu my own n mere u ueen any and bracelet and also twisted into this training Avas also noted by Presi- Â¬ Elys Cream Balm name brooches A bracelet seen simulated a dent Fetterolf a very appropriate 0h he wont forget Hes always thorne did not hear this statement with there was exhausted Jtcas A MONTH fc doing errands for somebody1 To what place in Switzerland did rope one end of which was untwisted by the way for one who is engaged in yroiibled with chronic equanimity ia comity TSLlenor La41 OX Paibrfelpwi 1 cahnt stand that you know you order it the fettors of Mrcb relieved Mr Grav continued asked Milford showing the strands Rings are also liberatingeducation from Now PWZIEGLXR Jt said that whereas for- Â¬ catarrh gathering in Tiome ward and Mr Smith put the let-Â¬ Weve only time to reach San Francisco of this gold rope He tradition I think it was Zurich and well hurry formed T SS JL BAT Saapfea worth SlSa in A favorite present from the groom to merly the boys preferred clerkships and head dijjlculty dis- Â¬ FREE lines notunier the horsesfect Write ter Hp over his desk where he would before the steamer sails I sav why forward and overtake it breathing and sartTSTix sirsrr bjqs neuatcLSaHrtscu But Milford would not consent to the briAs is a jeweled brooch or lace pin other light occupations to arts or charges from my he sare to see it when Mr Harris ame dont vou give im some brahndv or But for some reason Harris did not titi 9 Talk about theres no doctors shorten the stay in Florence on account and when money is no object a pair of trades Avhich they could only learn at a ears C J Corbiiu pNVffl usjl OPIUM SCorpfcl Xakit Care eared toMdays 3To pay M ha 29 come Smith catching sight of che let- and you cant get a decent drink of are of a mythical letter and manifested no earrings or bracelet or both aie added great disadvantage since the establish- Â¬ Di ijnzsznut aircet ErEEaEfr AV lUa jrdSCepMsJLaaaa X WV more anxiety in regard to it But Mr At a recent wedding in this city the ment of the technical school there has ItiUaaelphia ter the next morning concludedthat No Meacham if youre not able to Into eachnostrfl and ltagrceable of toApartlcletsappltcd or maU or at druggists Sendfor as he was going to town in the after Â¬ day after to morrow Ill ave to sro Hawthorne had a secret anxiety con- Â¬ bride wore diamonds a gift of the been a reversal of the former order use Pricei Wets noon he would not intrust it to any without vou Thats all there is about cerning that very letter He was not groom vaiod at ten thousand dollars things and the boys are glad to learn circular ELY BROTHERS Druggists Ovego 2TY fTXlOX COLLEGE of HlWChIcawFsiI Term to so sure that he had ordered it to Zurich A necklace and pendant is another something Avhich will give them a start one else for fear it might be forgotten that Ur r TTfT Hiliii said it was important- - The present Sometimes a watch in some one of the great producing in Â¬ as Grey had But Mr Hawthorne expostulated and the more he thought about it the favorite FEXJLXX Their prelim Â¬ mFSATrCincinnati C0LLB6X TUieea sM less certain he became These fears becomes the gift and occasionally a dustries of the country letter was therefore consigned to Mr the young man you cant go alone XX north of Adcre REV JL D rOTTJEK P B- - Cfeafefe pocket just before he went to exclaimed the irate old man proved well grounded The letter was ring Whatever the form of the gift inary training secures for them a prefer--snSaaths I for employment It is time that You think youre the only chap that not at Zurich and the consul was sure if gems are in it these are supposed to ANJ3L E arose from the table his wife can endure living with a crusty old cur it had never been there Mr Haw-Â¬ represent the ladies preference wheth manual training should be made a part 3C ASYIKTJHJK11 mudgeon thats traveling for is elth thorne grieved so over its losa that Mil Â¬ erit be rubies sapphires diamonds or of our common school eductlos JBi la tfea wericE Wl Ui 1IIV1IK - W2XRX WX1TIKG ajuKiaxB l i Bazlan Herald A Y World if pearl r ot foing to town with But re s whatii RUaviatt tnc anguisa ford could bear him no ill will T M9 mata4 ifc on lLtfiEL GlKM HeEALIX tbt coat those Leave here and I will sew oa buttons while yen are of livin with me sir pVSPEPSlA - Â¬ Â¬ aaaail-itee-rtel- st m fl m t i Ik M M Â¬ four-year-o- ld -- A7 -- - z Jiaorr -- it m te HITS - - Â¬ its Tonic Sra l FEVER and AGUE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ P Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ae Â¬ DR JOHN BULLS - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ great Irish Sinigglt Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ - u Â¬ -ith CONSUMPTION ri7 Â¬ Â¬ J 30000 Â¬ w Â¬ - j j P- j al m n - I iTr IS LIVES Â¬ -- Â¬ CatarhH HaPFLYiai Biua I 1 wL3m Ss iV - - 1 5 -- Â¬ EDncAMOKAI - -- cr Ai AXLE GREASE 7rftrf FRAZER T- - -- M t 3 - jafekiwLaaaJaj