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WTY3 if jr - B - - - f J Cm - -- fe v fr The Owner JriAZEL and she had fallen in love with him She had heard in a vague sort of way that he had been attentive to some unknown girl not in society but she did not hold there was any definite engage Â¬ ment Stephenson had been rather care- Â¬ ful about leaving her unenlightened on that point I do not know whether it would have made any difference with her if she had known Her belief was that any woman was entitled to a fel- Â¬ low if she could get him For her own part shevdid not despair of get- Â¬ ting this particular one now She was clever enough to know what she was about in suggesting his coming to the Springs Tne hourly propinquity of a fashionable hotel at a country resort the horseback rides in common the rows the moonlight saunterings they JC Green THE DAIRY The best market for any man pro- Â¬ vided he has one is the home market He who is near to his market is bet- Â¬ Farm ter than he who is far off Field and Stockman The safest and quickest way to dry cp a cow is to feed moderately with dry feed and leave back a part of the milk--a- i each milking drawing only enough and at such intervals as will prevent serious inflammation in the udder N Y Tribune The calf born in the fall fairly well wintered and given the vigorous growth that grass food gives the fol- Â¬ lowing summer makes a better cow than the spring raised one and she is two years old he right time for the birth of her first calf Farm Field and Stockman A cheap and very effective way to raise the temperature in a cellar that is dangerously near the freezing point is to set one or more common kerosene lamps on the cellar bottom during the day time when not wanted for lighting the rooms above Western Rural In eight of the American States there are 1798 butter and cream fac- Â¬ tories and the value of the dairy prod ucts of the whole Union last year was 8500000000 while the value of th milch cows is estimated at 700000 000 If only now in its infancy as is said Uncle Sams dairy business will be a big thing when it grows up United Stales Dairyman Only the finest butter made by the best known rules and the great butter dealer knows the difference at sight brings the best prices and it occu- Â¬ pies a place in the mai ket by itself The ordinar farm butter made by old styled wa s is classed with bogus butter and sells for a mixed grease price The market calls for a fresh made sweet flavored butter and will have it Â¬ tjKk iT - iW i XlEKAJbH 100 1 A rT T A v aft WmCN rf J W SfOH ESfeadli a vHi C C T- HT1C 1PEHCEI COOfER in Eiitfr THE HERALD OE A 2TOISir WOULD WITH NEWS EKOM ALL IsTATIOS YEAR Always J Mvmcc volume n -- HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER despite the sultriness of the night She had had one of her attacks dur Â¬ ing the day and was more querulous than customary Vane is going away for a little while out of town Going to some fsishionable place I supposewith some of his fashionable friends cred the invalid Then as her sister made no replv If he saved up his money instead of spending it tliis way vou could have been married before this But I alwajs told you Bel you were too weak with hinu What uuid you say to him about his going awav Nothing replied the girl wearily Let Bell alone Jess said Toms soft slow voice from the depths of an arm cliair in which he sat in a stite of The childs neglige equal to his wifes iired let her go to bed Bill cast a grateful glance toward her brother-in-law- s She large mild face and poor unlucky and if the truth must be confessed Iszy Tom were the best of friends It jvas not the first time that he had shielded her with a delicacy that never failed from her sisters well meant but harrowing onslaughts Bell crept up stairs Oh those golden snmmer days down by the sea when first she and Vane Stephenson had met nd where he had asked her to be his wife how far far off they were When Vane Steohenson alighted at the little station of Springs the fol- Â¬ lowing evening his spirits rose with a sense of pleasurable exhilaration He had had some doubts and aso some compunctions about coming for what what reason he himself best knew but they evaporated now The piazzas of the hotel were full of graceful forms in thin dresses and a band within was plavin dance music Vane repaired the damages inflicted upon his appear-Â¬ ance by travel and then sent his card to a person registered with his mother as Mrs and MissLawton and maid Miss Lawton wasdreswl thatevenng as was customary with her into the nearest approach to beauty in any way compatible with the materials granted her not too lavishly by nature Her French dressmaker had once remarked with the approval of an artist whose efforts are too often wasted upon a pur- Â¬ blind generation that Miss Lawton had the gout somewhat tapajjeur but that she was interesting to dress neverthe- Â¬ always-out-of-a-posi-tion 1S86 - NUMBER 27 PITH AND POrNT - A DIFFERENCE GAMBLERS WAYS Dealer Talk About the Entice Â¬ ments of the Green Cloth A whte haired solid looking mrin with tiny diamond stud in his dress shirt sat behand a glass of green Char-Â¬ treuse in the Hoffman cafe and told stories to a little group of friends who had known him when ho used to deal faro for a living It is remarkable said he the number of people who fancvjbey have disco vered a sure wa5 or a system to beat the tables Of course the game wins in the long run and they give it up but not before their pockets- - havepaid heavy tribute The man who backs cases at faro that is only bets on a card when three similar ones have been withdrawn from the box and thus avoids a split or two similar cards turning up at once which is the banks percentage is the most common He will sit through the night tabbing away for dear life Then there is the progressive man Its all or nothing with nim with the odds de- Â¬ cidedly oh the nothing There are phtycrs with S3rstems elaborated upon An Old the stage TpkMfcmre lever turned their backs With mamyji smothered yawn T how wfl late and cacn isn strova T ke hte exit throHsh Hhescawdc Jeer wit tooth ad nail wett-hr- e le Ae AM we a as he pushed a a4de4 in the strife T her Krhetit heluu3eet me made ttie lawX we4e4 vtfe whoec seal a wesaa zeal outran Mr wnw a she KT8j ht VhhM her hf haaa te the crowd Mf Smm1 MtBWhea ahe aeaght -- 5 Ty wrs hejeehsI tow 4T im 1e te sd -- -- jmayimm nafefifl wlwe ceeChelcBcw A MmM a w4oinor fans i froa th f ray7 - w al TrWng se eevrbat weratea la The cojnpctttkm past Aa aasry words he greeted Ser nmtas seiBtebtdo 1 iMM kto fcb Mtite ward hl ieadeaed phiz A awotTaroachfa4 face coniwiopea sttag 30PjMpe ts said he xwiaii4Bt Jt was say wiK Jse giei her hart Tnidlast 4flmal34g vra4w Sch nniBorod were doing their accustomed work And Befl Bell at home in the hot city with complaining Jessie and Tom who could get nothing to do and all the children Boll with hollows deepening under her sad eyes was forgotten Â¬ PAPER RAILWAY TIES A Great Improvement Which Is Pro-Â¬ nounced Perfect by Its Inventor That is a railroad tie It was of the regular size and polished as smooth- ly as a piece of Italian marble The grain was so fine and the whole appear Â¬ ance was so artistic that it might easily have been taken for a chip from a pilÂ¬ lar of a Grecian temple instead of such a practical thing as a railroad tie The speaker was a short stout sad faced man with a large head and overhang Â¬ ing brows and was the inventor of this aesthetic sleeper and in hs little office in Fulton street there were many mod- Â¬ els of cars and railroad tracks scatter he as he patted the railroad tie lovingly is the result of years of labor and I believe now that it is perfect It is made of paper which I believe is to enter to a large extent in all building operations at no distant day The great enenry to the use of paper for many things is moisture and in m invention of course a means had tobe discovered to prevent dampness from having the slightest effect as a railroad tie neing in the ground is subjected constant- Â¬ ly to it and a rotten tie might cause the loss of many lives and much property The process of manufacture is secret to a certain extent but the tie is absolutely fire and water proof There I will throw a piece of the pre- Â¬ pared paper into the fire You see it will not burn I have submerged it for weeks and months in both hot and cold water and the moisture has never been found inside the surface Consequently it can not rot Though apparently as hard as iron an ordinar spike can be driven into it without difficulty and j when the spike is in position the mate- Â¬ rial is of such a nature that it closes around the iron and holds it so firmly that it can never be shaken loose There is also a certain amount of spring in the tie and when there is a load on it it operates as a sort of cushion and takes away a certain amount of jar from This ed about Breezei Say march the next ceatury wll sat tiw- for eating rawy pnipiie twfej as eavv as far house brealtiHg 2toffW writer- D romance to a wobhw If civilization ooniinu8itetwrL h s recent to insinuate thatjmaaf ingvty trwai Recent writers ifouhi beware of geaer alizations Chicaqo Journal The Greek Statesman Papm4ch et opoulosdeclined to form a nake shKte Ministry Naturally heJwantodto stim in office long enough tkwnteh7aMr on the page of history Ms w h liaea T sad A SAD CHOICE JLiJailakBXiOve of Bass Blights His Manliood was the aort rf makes one think of grfton evoang fteWs placid meadows and the moon rt4g rer lowering hedges Bell watchiHg bj the window from whence ske could soonest hear a step which came not smothered a sigh- - She was sot much addicted to sighing sureÂ¬ ly Her days were too busy But this beea so long and trywag the children had been so towtMooaroe Aunt Bells hands had The ev tbt xd irna Miss Lawtons marriage to Vane Stephenson was among the first of the autumn weddings It made quite a ripple of excitement Lawton pere had become reconciled having had no al- Â¬ ternative left him The artistic coterie decided that Beauty had done a good thing for himself Hang that fellows luck said one knight of the palette I thought he was engaged to some girl as poor as himselt waiting to make his fortune to BepuWcan No man hate hi Dickens sav selL And it may txr atR3eF rlrJllve doesnt need to He will alwas rMwif people particularly thos tq whom bq has extended favors ready to take that job off his hands Boston Conner t When you sec a man takeofffci5 half to you it ia a sign thaf he respecU- - ye but when heisiseRilirestinghisfiiLl his coat yoii can make up yur JBUmL Ttk3l lrtclar4aytad ad rt bes more than full not large hands hhcr Rather very small and delicate Ihnghthc fiagers were a little rough by contact with this and that Va ae Stephenson had resented the aoaat ot helpfulness volunteered by those small hands more than once Whydoyou drudge so he had said angrily Than Ball patiently would explain Jessie se delicate and poor Tom out less because responsive of a poatiiofr and the children what In some way she was sograteful to her Vane felt else cohW she do Vane would be si- - at that moment for looking so well It seemed to put him more at rights with -- YWre a Iktle samU Bell Thk or any other word of endear himself not expect you she said with I did raeat from bim was almost enough to a little laugh that in subtle fashion con- Â¬ briag the Toses to her cheeks even tradicted her words thoagh the charming face might have Did you not in his impressive looked a trifle pale and wan before The tone Vou- - might have known I oolor came now with a sudden rush as should conic after you had said I the well known form turned the corner would not be quite unwelcome She sat down and drew a uaiidy Ori- Â¬ Vane was absent minded to nighL He ental shawl about her shoulders She took no notice of the prettv dress made by her own deft fingers In colors his was quite harmonies from the top of artists eye approved It had cost her her artistically coiffed head to her nar- Â¬ many a deprivation that dress cheap row slipper tip A delcate suggestion of so and mple as It was and it had been to a perfume wasfew women know how use scents wafted toward him male only that she might be pretty in bjr each slow motion of her scarlet lus sight Poor little Bells eyes sank feather fan Voices and subdued laugh- Â¬ But she sat downbv his side in the small ter came from the other end of the pi- Â¬ shabby parlor in silence azza mingled with the strans of the Whats made you late Vane dear waltz then in vogue Up in the sky a die said softly at length It was rare ly the even questioned him thus far full moon was hanging and a low wind Bcr reserve and reticence amazed and blew from the south It was very incensed her sister It was not that pleasant altogether So pleasant that the Jessie was unkind wilfully only she did din city with its hot pavements and its its harrassing documents from not believe in these long engagements picture dealers and its unpaid bills 4Oh F vc been harrassed in a hun- Â¬ dred ways Teplied Stephenson ir Â¬ faded qu te away nto the dim recesses memory His ritably The whole thing is a beastly of Beauty Vains monetary complications in fact seemed grind M francesca da Rimini1 has been sentiack from San Prancisco to assume a far less pressing aspect in Iu3y thought he could sell it so easilvl the propinquity of an heiress kindly dis- Â¬ Well this is Jbe result And oh well posed There are certan potentialities of the usual troubles No use retailing riches in the atmosphere that make ihem over to you Bell We ought to talk of something else beside filthy lucre poverty to the most indigent artit ap- Â¬ pear altogether a far less present and or the want of personal matter Xot that Vane SteHe laughed though a trifle harshly phenson I am very sorry murmured BefL sibility ofdirectly contemplated the pos Â¬ ever proving untrue to Bell Bythe7way he continued chang Â¬ ing to a 1ghter tone in which there was Bell was a dear little thing ami there perhaps the least little sign of embar- Â¬ was a world of character hidden berassment not unnoticed by Bells gentle neath that delicate body of hers She ears I am going off to leave vou for a was wrapped up in her love for him few davs out of town My brains also 2Co he would not wrong her But his ease and pleasure loving artists is of them are fairly wfcatherc Unless I give them a soaking temperament was agreeably caressed into some refreshing fluid by change of and simulated by that atmosphere of tcenc and atmosphere that great picture luxury and artificiality in which the which is to make one person immortal Lawtons and such as the moved and siiul two eternally happy will never et had their being The flattery his talent and his personal good looks brought itself done Do you mfnd nry goin him in s I think it will do you good anu be lightfullysuchIt circl in fed his vanity de Â¬ was his nature to go better for your work too An artist with thecurrent And the current here cannot drudge in one groove forever 3So 1 do wot mind And it is getting happened to exercise a particularly pleasant compelling power so lot now also in the city I wish you could have a change The next day was one of these vouch Â¬ lttle girl said Vane taking her sfini safed occasionally to mortals that they hand m his Dont you think youll may know how the earth looked when the world was young and get away for a few davs with y o said Bell softly Poor Tom her sister spheres A daysang long of rare dream like hours A bright blue you know Vane could not master amovementof morning with a hazy veil over lakes impatience Poor Tom If ever there and mountains a drowsy noon a still afternoon spellbound under its slanting was a rfiiftless individual He stayed quite late and was more shadows a pale moonlit evening redo- Â¬ tender than he had been for some time lent with faint odors and full of myste- Â¬ As he was going away he tookber deli- Â¬ rious sounds as of a myriad of voices cate face it looked atrifle drawn and of whispering nature They had been off on a ooachin there were rings about the dark eyes in party and gone all day both his palms When Mrs Lawton went to her room Dont forget me while Im away that night she was pensive and ab asd smiling down at her be And take good care of yourself Dont strantedr Dont flirt too much with Vane sacrifice yourself too much child Do Stephenson Rhoda she said to her you hear Of course hes a charming daughter feh managed to smile in return shant forget you she said very fellow in his way and all that But dont push matters too far low Flirt with him repeated Miss Law He stood thus a moment longer ton in wide awake wonder They raadc a picture such as iHHals Yes flirt with him brnh would have loved The fair pale Dont play girl with the dark eyes and the tall innocence You flirted outrageously handsome fellow for Vane Stephenson with him all day If you lead him on was conspicuously hand ome without a in that way he will be proposing next Amonjr the artists he wentbv And you lenow how our fatherwould donbt the name of Beauty Vain Then he approve your marrying a poor man Miss Lawton made no reply She eiooptd and kissed her and as he got te the corner he turned again and from smiled a little behind the shielding her post at the window she saw him nod screen of hair the maid was letting at her smiling once more standns down over her shoulders Miss Law there in the moonlight She remained ton was that not uncommon product of there a moment after he had d sappear American soil a daughter who did as ed jtnd the hand that rested against the she pleased She had had a number of sasons ourains trembled a little Well3 cried Jessies somewhat out and exhausted very much of her kr It voice from the back room has capacity for receiving fresh sensations Vrm gose When Is ho coming from the round of experiences her soci Â¬ ety life afforded Vane Stephenson was 4fK lay on the lounge a shapeless different from the atyle of men from et wrapper ana suawis as Usual whom she camu in customary contact ci -- marry her Oh engaged I dont think that Spooney perhaps And thus here too among his associates no one knew of Bell Immedi- Â¬ ately after the wedding Mr and Mrs Stephenson had gone abroad Vane had seemed rather anxious to get away from old scenes for a time When they returned the following spring Vane one day met Tom upon the street Since his ring his letters his photographs and his few little gifts to her had been sent back without a word or a line it was the first time any one belonging to Bell had crossed Vane Stephensons path Tom was going to pass on He was very shabby Tom had always been more or less shiftless and anoney in his co tiers had never been plenty but Vane had not seen him look like this before He stopped and put out his hand paling a little Tom did not seem to notice the hand How how is Bell asked Vane un comfortabh Tom looked at him with a sudden flame is his usually mild blue C3es -- What do yoft want to know for She is nothing to you Book here You may say what you like to me But I want 1 want to know if Bell is woll and happy Then you wonbe gratified said Tom with a bottomless contempt As to her being happy if you mean whether she regrets you I dont suppose she does She knows what you He stopped are now doesnt she with a sneer Were poorer than ever and she has to work harder What is it to you Youve put yourself in a soft place havent you Well let Bell alone He went on up the street the momentary dignity of his anger collapsing and leaving him as limp and shuffling as before vane Stephenson stood a moment motionless lost in what thoughts who shall pretend to say N Y Mercury Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Y Telegram Breeds of cows strongly predisposed to milk production will sometimes give milk before the heifers have had their N first calf The tendency is increased where the young calves run together in which case unless precautious are taken the3T are almost sure to learn to suck each other A habit of this kind is extremely difficult to cure the cows having learned it while 3oung suck themselves when the3T arc in milk and unless vciy valuable the best wa3 to dispose of such is to fatten them for the butcher Tribune and Journal It is erroneous to assert as one writer does that good flavored and good keeping butter can not be made by the old fashioned wa3 of setting milk which exposes it to the influence of the air Of course something de Â¬ pends on the condition of the air But pare air in contact with the cream at some stage of the process is absolutely essential to the development of fino flavor and we strongty suspect that tho complaint of the butter of the da- being so short lived if the word ma3 be used is owing to the fact that the modern methods of setting milk so generahy xclude the air Montreal Witness - WINTER DAIRYING The Strong Arsrumciit Which Every Pro Â¬ gressive Dalrym in Should Consider it Â¬ -- Â¬ dry-ing--up j I We get fully thirty per cent more for our butter if well and skilful made in the winter and the extra cost is not moinW I guess Ill have to try it to exceed ten per cent and when the again And he did He enlisted tho whole year is considered in the support next day Ar Y Cor Cincinnati of the cow and the greater value of Timr manure from grain fed cows is taken A YOUNG NIMROD into account it is a question if the ALL IS FORGIVEN Boy winter S3stem is not the cheapest d The Adventure of a with a Huge Mountain Im The following table showing the prico A Deliberate Man Who Didnt Object to young Nimrod living on in Chicago for the last three years is in Doing Called a Crank There is a a ranch near Helena who is quite an ex- point here A man from a sequestered township 3S34CciJnn 1 18S5 pert with the rifle and who has in ad Jan 41853 of Washington Count3 called the other April o 18S3JiSJ31c April 2 1835 5 1883 15g lTo day on the president of tho Arkansaw 2123e July 11885 dition to his expertness with powder July 41883 20d20cOct 7 1885 Oct 2021o and ball a very large amount of in- Jan 3 1884 3238c Jan 0 1886 3235d Industrial UniversitN Aprils 1881 30ft33c April 7 188G 2931o T have come ter sec 3er domitable pluck endurance and good July 3 18S4 said the 1G180 lSS TJC July 1 18S6 USI630c sense His name is Ole Synnes and he Oct 3 1884 visitor bercasellnu e learn that yerve 2 The immunity from drought and is just fifteen 3ears old On the 17th got er heep o sense of February last father and son were consequent injur3T to the milking habitÂ¬ The president bowed and the vjsrtor This out in the mountains near their ranch of the cowsmany is a more serious in- continued I come ter axyor jrqiid suppose In nearly The jury than taking out timber for fencing tion that cohsarns me er good dear Er all seasons there is a time of drought bo- - who had been sent on a short erfeller over in my neighborhood called rand came running back saying ho and shrinkage in July Augustto or Sep- Â¬ me a crank I knowed it want much shrink had seen the track or a large mountain tember This causes the cow lowed mor Â¬ her milk and very rareby does she re- Â¬ uv fer compermcn but Ihim till terfound lion and was going to follow out the se1 that I wouldnt hit I trail Remonstrances from the father cover the lost flow in the fall months out whut he liient Whut d d he were useless and in a few moments the In a season like the present the injury mean p plucky boy started out with a forty is still greater Now if we have our said the According to Carlyle caliber Winchester rifle cows calve saj in September October president a crank is a veiy headlong four to hunt the fiercest wild beast or November we bring the shrinkage very positive loud dull and angry kind the Belt mountains in After of the season and the natural dr3ing of man The American signification of trail for a mile and a half up of the cows together and besides the term as employed by the newspa Â¬ following the the boy lost it at the entrance of a we give the cows their necessaiy rest pers is a sort of fanatic a semi erazy wood When about to give up the from milk giving when the product is man search he cast his eyes upward and be- worth the least and the flies are most Then I reckon he thinks that I am held the beast couched upon the limb of troublesome crazy 3 The main portion of the years erbout haf a large fir The head of the creature Yes I should think so u was hidden so the dairy work is done when we arc tho from sight Wall 1 wont hit him cf thats all aimed boy at its fore shoulder least crowded with farm work and help but at ftirt it made 1110 powerful mad and fired The animal upon receiving is cheapest If a farmer has twenty fur I Mowed that heniontthat I want no the fire sprang upward and climbed cows it will require about so much help jedgc uv erhos Arkansaw Traveler still further up the tree when from his to care for them through the winter and elevated perch he sent forth a series ol if he is a wise dairyman he must give roars that made the mountains resound them good care for he knows if he does A Sermon on Funerals with their echoes Not in the least de- not he will have a poor and unprovaÂ¬ terred bj such fierce expostulations on ble cow the next summer Now it will the Hroken Til The Gates Ajar the lions part the boy fired again and require but little additional help to care lar the Cross and Crown the this time brought the beast crashing for them in full milk flow Again if Sheaf of Wbeat and other hideous down through the branches He laj his cows are fresh in winter he can for a few minutes partially stunned then profitably hire his help by the invention of the funeral florist the were all there Vacant Char upon the ground and the dog which year If he is wise in this pai ticular had hitherto kept in the background so he will erect a small tenement house Enough money had been spent in these to speak perhaps because he couldnt and hire a married man and his family useless and ostentatious things to keep climb a tree now rushed forward and giving them a bit of ground for a gar- Â¬ dead mans family for several attacked the wounded lion A power Â¬ den their 3early fuel and keep for a the ful blow with one of the immense paws cow Those who have tried this plan mouths His coffin was piled high with and twenty live car- Â¬ floral emblems sent that dog on an excursion through of hiring report to us a good incrtuse in results and a saving in cost partic- Â¬ riages waited around the corner to join the atmosphere that had a wonderful effect in cooling his enthusiasm In a ularly in relieving the wife of family the regulation six which were per- Â¬ moment the lion sprang to his feet and care mitted to stand before the church door It requires onh- - a little resolution This was a pleasing way of getting was going up the nearest tree like a rocket He got on the loftiest limb and and putting into execution a little good Ahead of the priest who had wisely endeavored to conceal his body behind managing sense to swing a dairy round forbidden that more carr ages than the There are many half dozen should attend any of his parÂ¬ the friendly shelter but he left a por- Â¬ to the winter plan The next week tion of his head exposed and the boy a other advantages we might mention ish oners funerals second later lodged a bullet in his brain among them the great saving in the the friends of the deceased were en The father had heard the uproar from lives of valuable cows from milk fever gaged in arranging a collecton for where he was working and hastening for it is the best cow that takes tho the procuring of a sewing machine for a to the spot came upon the scene just in fever always We have been collect- Â¬ so the printed card of appeal sad time to be at the death This big felloe ing data on this point for several years starving family Freemans Journal measured scant ten feet and weighed and we find that the loss from this fever nearly three hundred pound FtKcogh from spring calving over fall calving An exquisitely dressed young genis at least ten to one Hoards Dairy- Â¬ J T Cor Boston Globe tleman after buying another seal to man dangle about his person said to the jewÂ¬ What a man should not say ho eler that he would ah like to have It isnt quite the fair thing for a man who can wait for nn office to should not hear The things which ah something engraved on it to denote Certainly certainly grumble at hi wife if he has to wait n defile a man in going out of his mouth what he was defile him also whon they go in at Ui said tho tradesman over time for a meal few minutes Ill put a cipher eyes and ears Teriu llian KcnUtchg isialc Journal on It Flftccu-Tear-OlÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ S Â¬ mathematical principles and algebraic Â¬ ally demonstrated to be infallible and so the3T are but the infalibility is alwa3s on the wrong side Roulette however is the paradise of the system producers It is a limitless prarie upon which to ex-Â¬ ercise their pecular talents The repeater player is never absent but persistently believes the ball will fall twee in the same num- Â¬ ber The fellow who protects him- Â¬ self on the 0V and plunges on the colors is an olu acquaintance of every roller Rather an ingenious line of play is to select a segment of the wheel and cover all the numbers in it follow ing them through the evening I havo known some heavy winnings on this plan But a run of bad luck will ease a player in this line of a large sum Right here lies the great secret of gambling When fortune smiles the plaver almost invariably grows cautious risks small sums apprehending a change of luck When it does come and continues for a little time he fancies the turn for the better is coming again and goes at jt tooth and nail The result is that bj- the time the game does run his way again his money is exhausted One of the most singular customers I ever met I encountered a few j ears ago in New Orleans He used to come in just on the stroke of nine each night and play a dollar on the number five in the roulette la3out If he happened to strike it which he occasionally dd he would If he pile up the limit for a repeater lost his first bet he would turn and walk out without a word but under no cir-Â¬ cumstances would he make more than the two plars Finally one night he won both bets I knew it would come some time he muttered as he slipped the 210 into his pocket and stalked out I never saw him again The coolest customer I ever saw came under 1113 hands about the samo time as the one number friend just men- Â¬ tioned He took his seat at the faro spread one night extracted a big roll of bills from a worn greas3 pocket book and tosing them across to the dealer 750 He took chips for the amount two hours and played along for about Well he said I served got up broke six 3ears in the army to save that - that he intends to try to make yea re Â¬ spect him Shoe and Leather tejwrter As pa and ma were having- - ilittfr evening quarrel their h1t chUi Kttte Pair Johnny rushed in and exclatwcd does my teach r measby saying what Pal that I inherited my bad temper hesitated but ma spontaneously replied She meant that you are your fahr4r own boy and then burst into pjeais A7 Y Ledger So Betsey Briggs ha3 written abook eh Who is she ana what has aWfeeea doing Has she just got marrkdf or l she only been divoreed or isit a jmix- der that she has beeccoamittMg Dont remember ever having heard about her Must be some mistake Ihet before wrong name probably BleK Tran- Â¬ script A blind man was sitting in cm-pany with some visitors whaa one of What the company left the room stu-prise running cars Under certain condi- Â¬ tions by slightly altering the combina tion of materials the paper can be made so hard that it will turn the edge of the hardest tool without being more than scratched The ordinal wooden te will last about five ears under the most favorable conditions while this paper tie will stand any kind of weather for at least thirty jears The paper used is generally made of straw- though almost any kind of fibre will do as well Straw is preferred be- Â¬ cause it can be easily obtained and the supply is unlimited There are mills in the west where the straw is made up into boards It is a large industry and was first started to utilize the waste straw in the vast West for fuel instead of wood This is a pajing business and fortunes arc being made out of what 011I3 a few 3ears ago was thrown awa3 or burned up as useless These boards are put together in layers and after being treated to a liberal dose of cement are put under a tremendous pressure in a hydraulic machine This forces the atoms together in a solid mass Under pressure a dozen boards will take the place of one Heat is also an agent in the manufacture of paper ties and thc3 are thoroughly baked in an oven at ahigh temperature Under the present imperfect conditions and appliances it takes considerable time to make a tie but with everv thing buit in accordance with my plans they can be turned out quicker than the3 can be cut from trees and at a much les cost The number of wooden ties used every year to construct new and repair old roads is enormous aud is a large ele- Â¬ ment in the disappearance of forests in this countiy It is my belief from wht I know of paper that it is destined to take the place of wood in mam- - things and this will give protection to our for- Â¬ ests Legislation can never protect the forests as long as there is such a largo demand for wood The strength and durability of paper is well shown m car wheels made of this material It makes an iron wheel sick to contemplate a light paper wheel running for years after it has been Paper will thrown away as useless not only take the place of wood but also of a good many metals and of A portable paper bath tub stoneware is one of the latest ideas and pots plates knives forks stoves and engines made of paper have a large and in- Â¬ A large part of tho creasing market beautiful bronze ornaments and statues seen in public places and offered for sale in stores devoted to the sale of ancient and modern bronzes are made of a composition the principal element of which is paper or fibre A man to da3can wear paper shoes and clothes eat from paper dishes with paper knives and forks served upon a paper table sit on a paper chair sleep in a paper bed in a room carpeted with paper wash in a paper tub or bowl live in a paper house ride in a paper car or carriage sail in a paper boat build up a fortune on paper and 3et the industry is only in its infancy Are an3 railroads usirisj my tie No They all admit its useful Â¬ ness and are willing to try it with a big if This means that I have got to satisfy the clique which is a part of cver3 railroad in this countrj in the purchasing department and the only way this can be done is to present them with 3our invention or a controlling interest I am fighting against thsand will try to beat them so that I can get NY some benefit out of my labors - white teeth that lady hasr sadtb Why said a friead in blind man how can yon tell great answered the blind man Because for the last hour she has done nothing Enjumge but laugh Gawge maw boy Ive glorious Yaw dont sawf news for vou Collaws are tQ be What is it Oscali ThedeiMe worn two inches highaw you say thatll kecp a fellahs head from wobbling when tnwSaTebone in his cawsetts sticks into his wibs Clevih weallyi so Oscah contwivance Wute chew know Anglaisse dont Times hall We respectfully suggest to the lem Â¬ onade venders that they purchase a new The cost will b lemon this year and the lemon will last thew trifling The lemon for many generations which they have used for so many years is doubtless valuable as a historical relic and is fragrant with thearoma ol But the present gen- Â¬ old associations eration is thoughtless unromantic aad fickle and craves for something Lynn Union j nc THE VULGAR PENNY After Manr Strotrzles- - It Has at iMtjf Reached the Pacific Coast I There has lately been introduced is several larggretajl ho uses o n Kearney street an innovation regarding the pay-Â¬ ment of change which mav lead to mi- portant results for the generaT public It is no less than the payment of cenU when less than a five cent piece is dne to1 purchasers and is simply an imitation For tnanf of the Eastern system years the ten cent piece was the lowesv specimen of subsidiary coin that a Call- fornian wonidrdesigHto nottcR After the mining times hvencenfc pieces were introduced but were exceedingly scarc and little used Car fare jn those dayst was ten cents a ride and nothing of any consequeace could be obtained ci a five cent coin In 1876 the nickte j piece was introduced in great quanta tieg At first ifS circulation in California was quite limited but gradually itiex tended its influence and is now a nized partroftheystemorexchange m i reg4 de-Â¬ Tribune Webster and the Watchmaker - scended below the nickel and has foc years repudiated the cent piece la th t East the cent piece has an extensive cir- Â¬ culation and has a purchasing power that would astonish a native born Cali 4 fornian who has always regarded than five cent pjece as theJowestadenomiBa tion of monev in the financial svstemtef the United States A reporter called upon the proprietor8 of a large dry goods house which hasJa jj troduced thesmall coin and asked him some questions regarding the innova Â¬ tion to which he replied r It is onh a question of time when- the eastern system ofu3ingcents in trade will bo folio wed on thisi tc The downward tendency of prices wnlljj cause the Introdueton of one cent pieces Of course the injustice of 2 buyer paying two and a half cent morethan Ie owes is not recognized by 4UW sellerfor the reason that it is his adan tage He will therefore obecfc aslong as possible But pennies are bound to come as the nekci came-- The bank were the first after the Government offices to adopt and recognize ce nto bei ean e their bnsness rcouires the utmost etnettude in account Several stores have fajlowed in the wake of the banks and nave adopt Â¬ I own orte 6Ff ed the Eastern svstem I find tfte plan works well our customers arc satisfied and there is no fnilT vn frnfann liuiiuiu n uimuiwvu ar -- in r front ziving exact change n- stead of reaining part as under the biia bcPyTranctsco Chronicle aysteni- - trade But California has never 1 -- Â¬ Mr Webster used to tell a story at the Eight Hour Farm Laws expense of Peter Little who had in early Young Man in Search of a Place T life repaired clocks and watches but Do vou need anv hands- - Mr HavaSid who had for some years represented a V ita TT Jl 17 xuruiei xiajseeuI xeeu era Ufarf Maryland district in the House One tainlv I do Pull of your coktiad da3 he had the temerity to move to in amend a resolution by John Randolph right How about the ecrr eiciithotw on the subject of rulitay clams Mr Do yon believe Randolph rose up after the amendment rule Thats the rale ogtfcis had been offered and drawing his watch tfce man You go to work at Jor from his fob asked Peter what oclock morning and knock off at mxm TMti Sir replied it was He told him asleek mm the orator you can mend my watch you go oa again at my motions You understand work till nine- - Eizh but not ifmk tictics sir but not tactics Bm Psr is enough for nw I mi y ou Cak lev Poon in Boston Budget -- JJ i irmijg 3cN i oa 9i arst -- sf fczSZl iiasi -- j t - 0 5f -- - If iGXEEN A m Herald jmaawmnv- - Resolved That the Sentinel Democrat Wct liberty Scorcher Hazel Gieex to publish these proceedings Jons Patcick SecV SMact v 9sTC oopfsat PSIRV1 JBss Editok requested v Hekali and Kentucky Democntt are When you are constipated with loss of appetite headache take one of Dr J 3 1 McLeans Little Liver and Kidney ffPBUS Pillets They are pleasant to lake and etMt k r MIHSMHIMPBrC will cure ou 25 cents a vial Sold by GB it vast Humbert are being VaughnSwango Hazel Green and J 2 Campton Tyrlfce voters in the Louisville 3Ir Duncan McLaren a distinguished Jfltiteict Im Asher G Caruth to run lawyer from Edinburgh Scotland in ular poxtatre stamp bv dampening the fwr CeBgrees ajpuiiet Hem Albert Willis company with Colonel Bennett H Young mucilajre with the tongue It is iG ami ahoa2d tfee race be between these of Louisville has been to Paris examin Â¬ inches tmm vLmHI fee exoeedisgl y lively The ing the jrecords of the Kentucky Union CWTer Jaanwd champioB Caruth and railway in connection with closing a to a Scotch syndicate iom net because Willis has sot been sale of that road that the record will be is understood a goa aicihar m fengres but because It found satisfactory and that the road tfce C J failed to feave its man made will be sold and transferred today or is time Kidney diseases may be prevented ywtwiitcrf that city is opposition to tomorrow at such fiirurea as will be by purifying renewing aud invigorating The tfee wUl f Willie In thin connection satisfactory to the stockholders the blood with Aycr Sarsaparilla When road will at once be pushed to Pound k m waU to MMcmbcr Utat the C J was Gap the Virginia line and to George-Â¬ through debility the action of the kidneys ike riMHnpian of Scott 2fewnwn against town on the west end of the line The la perverted these organs rob the blood of its needed constituent albumen which is Gee Wefefe is the August contest for mineral lands along the route will be re Â¬ passed off in the urine while worn out JeHenrm Cowity Cierkritip but tained by the old company matter which they should carry off from Webb got there all the arae It there Â¬ If you suffer pricking pains on moving the blood ii allowed to remain By the fore reMMUHK to lie decided in the sweet the eyes or cannot bear bright light and use of Avars Sarsupariib the kujnuys find your sight weak and failing you are restored to proper action aud Albu- Â¬ Mtfeneqitcfttlr whether a great paper or should promptly use Dr J H McLeans minuria or the will f Mr Willis friends shall tri- - Strengthening Eve Salve 25 cents a box Sold by G B Swango Hazel M that Cofircjwional content Green and J N Vaughn Campton every indication on the political Federal Aid to Kdtientlon Is prevented Ayeri 8anaparilla slxo the ostlook points to Cleveland A correspondent of the FultonKy prevents inflammation of the kidneys and Boomerang disposes of the objection urg- Â¬ ami Blaise as the contestants for other disorders of these organs Mrs Jas hofiors in 18SS has ed against the educational bill that it Blaine TT Weld Forest mil St Jamaica Tlain Ktorally opened the campaign in Maine would tend to centralization by showing I have had a complica- Â¬ that the Federal govern raent would at Mass writes is his ipecchcs has told of several once and forever lose control of the mon Â¬ tion of diseases but my greatest trouble it and paljHibJe mistakes of the ey the moment it passes into the hands has been with my kidneys Four bottles of AVers Sarsaparilla made me feel like While he is of the State authoraties- - It would be yfeeost AdwiBjtration a new person as well and strong as expended by the local authoraties pre- Â¬ wid to hc4d the hearts and fortunes of W M McDonald 46 Summer st cisely as if raised by State taxation ever the Septthlicas party Cleveland has The fact has been stated before but it Boston Mass had hc en troubled for years bee trae to the predictions of The Hkk is well to keep it before the public with Kidney Complaint By the use of Kentucky politicians who oppose the Ayers Sarsaparilla he not only the day of his inaugum AL attered Ho ami the fact is apparent that with Educational bill eagerly seek appropria- Â¬ tions for extravagant public buildings hie giant strides and iron will he is in aud for the improvement of Kentucky the disease from assuming a fatal form gratiatiRX himself into the bone and rivers Wherein is the diflerence in but was restored to perfect health John An explanation of the incon sinew ftftke Nation His wisdom in principle McLellan eor Bridge and Third sts Â¬ Managing the affairs of the Nation be sistencyjis in order Covington ComLowell Mass writes Tor several years monwealth atman more patent every day notwith Â¬ I suffered from Dyspepsia and Kidney There are many accidents and diseases Complaint the latter being so severe at standing the mntterings of a few disap which aflect Stock and caue serious in- Â¬ times that I could scarcely attend to ray paimiei oslec oeekers convenience and loss to the farmer in work My appetite was poor and I was his work which mav be quickly reine- - much emaciated hut hy using passed up when Cleveland n uieu uy tne use ot A j ii aicLiean s famed to sign the Surplus Revenue Volcanic Oil Liniment SoM by G I sllT hut things have taken an uncxpect Swango Hazel Green and J N Vaughn d snmand the Administration without Campton W P TAULBEE Of Xniiti HHKr a raadnkitft for Cen in tite Teatfe K tckr wtrict sub be the Democratic party MOM The new stamped letter sheet to go in use October 1 is a unique device for cor- respondence through the mails It is a combination in one of u letter sheet en- - t velope and the new postage stamp of the denomination of two cents bearing the hM r VJil Vfclll 0 ilU JilillUll IJVU- lft lll WL n will be sold at the rate or twenty three dollars per 1000 in any desired quanti Â¬ ties separatelv or in packages or pads of twentv five fiftv or 100 each or folded j in encased packages of twenty five each especially adapted for use when travel- Â¬ ing They are folded then glued to- rrotrmr in rlw viiiio wi- - ia flio rAfr- - BUY THE EST B ni rt TiMES DOWN GO 3 HE iPRICES 3 it j Be Warned os bs Are first class in Material Workmanship and 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 Before makes ever offered in our country Ye in particular invite the attention of RIVER MEX xjh etfcers tt r We are now receiving- another LVEGE ANB VTELL SELECTED STOCK of every variety of CJoods to suppiv tlie demands of alF cht ctower Rt WJwk ale and Eetail which we PROPOSE TO SELL FOR CASH or exesipe fwr Produce and Live Stock AVe have of tea tried to esthKsk a tnck CaA hut have u often failed Vre have also notified our friends aad cwsfcowers of tW DISASTROIS EFFECTS OF THE CREDIT SYSTEM and our iutoRtioa to reform our homines out little attention hits Iieen given to whxt welmve snW Xow we intend to estnhlnfh upon tlie ruins of the old credit system a STRICTLY CASH BUSINESS which will enable us to sell you sftxids- - 67000 SOLD large stock of CLOTHING DRY GOODS c cfcd which we are oScrwg at special low prices for casli To all of our customers having accounts due we most earnestlvnoii citto ismhc forward and make settlements You owe it to us to do s as well arf to yrselvw as honorahle men We will sell you goods cheaper than you have ever nought them before 7 we can totter afford it lecausc we will take uo risk 611 time Kispetfully rJI JT jfc F DAY J SSSSHbmW IBlSySBSBsSlSsJtsflfclBBBBTBSpTlBSBSSSSJBSSSSSBB lEWijpsicI teaagi Bright s Disease NEW DEPARTTIBE Prc-si-fattu- tl OUR NEW CATALOGUE OP POPULAR 10 CENT MUSIC PRINTED ON BEST PAPER AND FUI1I4 MUSIC SIZE 12 Copies by Mail for sjutS r itocMiKSyilHsasBBBjfcw Hi sLwH 100 Prevented EMILY TRIPP Successor to Lonli Tripp Dealor ia PIANOS ORGANS ORGUINETTES lOLIAN ORGANS SSOLIAN CABINKIS And all kinds of Musical Goods -- J8 ir AYERS catalogues free 519 FOURTH AYEJTOE lOOISHBt tt any ootdntatious flourish of trumpets is doing Bftore than the most sanguine sup jierteM of the resolution dared hope for Bond call after bond call follows rapidly ami the horded surplus Is flowing out ver the conntry to relieve the great ftftncial depression The effect is le cesning pleasantly perceptible and Bully far Cleveland n is the cry of the am thev At their castors I -- i i 1 J Marshal Jack Gross whose labors have ioen effective and whose standing as an oJScer is of the highest order has tendered his resignation to Attorney Gen Â¬ eral Garland The cause is on account f a misunderstanding between Marshal Gross and Judge Barr of the U- - S Dis Â¬ trict Court Should the resignation be If vour kidneys are inactive you will accepted the service will lose a valuable feel and look wretched even in the most cheerful society aud melancholy on the oficer jollicst occasions Jr J 11 McLeans The Democratic Convention of this Liver and Kidney Balm will set you 100 per bottle Sold by Congressional District meets at West right again G B Swango Hazel Green and J N liberty tomorrow to nominate a candi- Vaughn Campton date for Congress from this Congressional Prof Vickotts Xiiulnrlty District and that Hon W P Taulbee The contest for the position of Sup- Â¬ Vill receive the nomination there can be erintendent of Public Instruction in this o doubt He is deserving of State now so ably filled by Hon S D and the delegates will so declare Picket has began early Measures look- Â¬ ing to the pooling of issues have been Hon Clifton R Breckinridge son of taken sails have been set the rudder placed Joha C Breckinridge has been renomi- Â¬ fixed an Italian hand for the at the helm and is now ready grand nated for Congress in the Second Arkan Â¬ plunge in medias rei But there are sas District This will be his third many contrary winds in politics not the Jtcrsi in Congress and the indications are least of which in this case will be the in that he will go to the U S Senate aud high favor heldwhich the present Superinby the people all over the tendent is ill the seat once occupied by his ill us State The value and efficiency of his Irlocs father services to tne cause of public education have been recognized individually by The Republicans of this Congressional every legislature in session since his first office eiht years District will meet in Campton Thurs accession toand efficiency heigo With has comenterprise 4av the 9th fnst to nominate a candi bined a wise economy in the use of the 4se fat Coagress Bev Wm Childers school funds of the State Too closely at Lse coaatv James Tinsley of Knox pressed by office duties to give much atami Cspt Wm L Hurst of Breathitt tention to field work he lnis still kept well in hand the condition of every counare psasaistnUy spoken of in this con- - ty in the Suite aud to a great extent even the school districts of the various i counties The man who succeeds him Xe vised returns from Allen county in office will find when he gets there the aim tura the scale in favor of Capt light of public sentiment and public inCarr for Circuit Judge hy four majority telligence bearing so strongly upon the position that he will fain seek the shad Leslie t ad Carr are having a fourmid- - owof his accomplished predecessor as a i ahk time in that district and there is hiding place from the public gaze But as he is likely to succeed himself it is o telling which is be four hardly necessary to consider the conse quence that would follow a change in Hon W C P Breckinridge opened the personnel of the office he Louisville Exposition Saturday and A Maine Couuiulriiin ta season bids fair to be a grand success The way people can mix up them- Â¬ for the enterprise which it would attain oaly for the niggardly way the managers selves aud their relatives in the matter of marriage whs perhaps never better illushave of not advertising trated than in the cae of a backwoods Maine family of which a correspondent he aewspapers of the Stato were a writes A father eon and grandson married ittle premature in making the announce three sisters saeat that Carr was elected Judge of the That looks simple enough dosnt it Scveath Judicial District as it now It hasnt dawned on you yet that Leslie is elected by about Well see hero 1 Amos the father married Abagail twitt majority 2 Benjamin son of Amos married Bet- Â¬ Gea H P Ransom well known in sey Charles 3 sou of Benianiin married railroad circles committed suicide at Caroline Lexington last week by an overdose of What then Amos is brother to his son morphine Cause financial and domestic Amos is brother to his grandson distress Amos is grandfather to his daughter Amos is grandfather to his sifter The Mexican Government has Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Coiitntihtiiitier Mrs Amanda Million widow of Coun- Â¬ ty School Commissioner Jackson Million has received the appointment as Com Â¬ my appetite and digestion improved and missioner to succeed her husband hav- Â¬ my health has been perfectly restored ing undergone the the requisite exami- Â¬ Sold by all Druggists nation at the hands of the County Price 1 Six bottles 5 Judge County Attorney County Clerk Prepared by Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell and City Attorney his given bond and entered upon the discharge of the official ilass U S A duties The County Judge to be sure of her lejnil rierht to hold the office se THE HEW AND ELEGANT cured the opinions of the Attorney Gen- Â¬ HIGH AKIV1 eral and Superintendent of Public In- Â¬ struction Mrs Million ajqears well qualified to hold the office and is the only female School Commissioner in Kentucky We hope that Mrs Million SEWING MACHINE will demonstrate to the public that she BUY NO OTHEE is entirely capable of filling the position IS THE BEST She is a graduate of Hockcr College Lexington Richmond Register A Ljktly Sc1kmI Sarsaparilla Hardmvn Pianos Chickering Pianos Mathus hek Pianos Emerson Piano Star Pianos Arion Pianos and the matchless Johnston Organs Write for Catalogues and Prices YNE c trt A i CO JOHNSTON Wholesale aiid Retail Dealers D S vJWv zr - Diphtheria croup Aathina Bronchitis lieurizia BhecaMisat Bleediaz at raujikcij Hoarneness Lnftuenta Hackine Consh whoop iac Cough Catarrh Cholera 3torbu Sisrrhcea Kidney Troubles aad 8piaillireae Pamphlet free Dr X S Johsaea Se O E7 CUKES tu Xiwig rjo MAKE BLOOD JLiaiyL JUNb 56 Wert Fourth Street CINCiNNA Professors Tioc nn wiv n mnnrtprfnl fIsflCMrfV 7a others lllce theta in theTorld Will BOitie ry CSTO or relieve all manner of disease The Inform aMon around each box is wctth tec tisie the ost o bc oT LIS credent O STATE COUNTY Fall term begins Address JAMES of COLLEGE and KENTUCKY Eighteen Instructors K PATTERSON Ph riflin Vinrt nut ohnnt thptn rd tdh will alwsva be thankfnl One olll cdOM IllBatrated paBBhlKt free Sold everywhere or seat by mail for 35c in etampa Dr I 3 JOHNSON at CO 33 COT StBegSea othiBir ua earta oucnaaus uonnuionm will mijca hea lay Powder is absolutely wS 2C earea Ilka te pure and highly conehjekea uhol ot n aad centrated One ounce aU diseases a sabs ia worth a pound of s Is worto ita treiekk any other kind It ii lHtfeld HtaaratA book hv sait free bo riven xcith food ki U fa ii liiWti K 71 Sold everywhere or sent by mail for C3 cents ia gtamps 3 1 lb alr tljrht tin enaa 31 by sail SXJWW ua I s joslksox eo imia 3ix casa by ezproos prepaid for S50C- Â¬ a S iiiii e mm m i - and Mechanical Scientific EngineeringGlassicai Kormal School Military Tactics Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION For Catalogue and other information Sept 8tll 1886 unucrsallv tvkuoicl ihrtwt ueuily til ot OTercormnc ihi be have ln mancJaetured Cjtufecuoiw alutmors forth imriKnc f iliMn- - tbepaLve thanparrot ine worul todisease sarrrttf rtmeJy Wotm gruw tic alocr m xie I JFAHIESTOCKS lt -- STAni ISIIED 1JT It Is no nerlr itr van siac thi- mobcise was efferalas tentcUy for Worm 3ml from thu use its reputation hxx Ja it Is steolitr increasot m U until at tie crtin-ry- - Lexington Kentucky DEPOSIT thil v the hiUJen aii refusmUanva c faror ti ir liort teac of UU narlr ehaaelanil B A-- Fahneitiks Vcrmifojp continues t ether cause CiMrtn often itnik fair anl si tlr froih nitrntable and than wrrm an1 sfam- - are nut Uenoently the reinft of feyert h S4roctiineicrins lowland eatms- raenoiBly arver anI miner holeioroe dirt Tho Celebrated m J HI Lrt 11 UJ Wax U i aUlilUil SCHOOL DESK Tho IiABTES PAVORITE because it is LIGHT liTJJSTNlNG- and does such beautiful work Agents Pavor - are iirlications of worms vi tt lw TRADERS BANK heli- - less child has A in tlie been rrave whenI the w 1 n Sf tn kiv pv V J sASBrV Vhntfcerare Mm rCTtlesOv ia sleen moaning and uriadinir W yJiwA iBA sbLbW 99 vSV g2Ztg Eiu Kiv 9 VS vQ yyi yr 2 LA sKr SiV fzJ Jfcr t fen Pw B f MT STEKLIXCJ KY o J M BIGSTAFlY lresitluiit W Y TIIOISUX Cushior Axdukw Fiai EK DIJiKCTOKS itobocuuse itia aquicknndoasysollex AGENTS WASTED the catrse It has bern jrrTeiHypl hare really caril that norms eiUt in the human system from earliest infancy therefore iarent nociully stantly with their chiltlrcn cannot Ke too sriatr ff tbrirjt sjmttmtf vjrmi f r vt surely a thy exist they tirUcate inftHt tr the timely use ef 11 A Fhnestrk Vermiftrrr j xftty anJ if frilly removed firm the eminent f the pmressrn Physician do not heite to recom nend It ami use it in their practue and many of the hild It has trrtuentlybeen sit from all parts f the country testify in Its uniform success In fact it nurr felt tjuantities tf wwa CTr dchaixl ami irnmtiase rcn as sifc tKirtive not suspecting the cause of the illness and larce -- o sene ami fexamia--irrelief atfr led Creat caution must he used v es ery purchaser t l c hisown julc is not snsBsienu HctaustlwiJisly xadcaxerully toxcthattt tattle he buvs of it The simple name uf l AHNESTOCK nothinjclse initials are B A HaHNESTUCK aad be sattiad with CAvnurocn ms Nkw Frakklik Howard Co Mo HstIbj usd the orljfaal B A Fahn stck Vriaifac Messrs Schwartr V llaslott P GtntUmtnX havr used some of thit most excellent rem In my practice frr many jnrs I har m hesitancy In rrco edr B A Fahnestocks Vermifuge and fouml it to hare the memling it as a remedy whiih iU tafr rrluilc zxvl tJHtnt neoinl desired effect I think vourVermifuije can not safely bo dis in all caso where a Vensifuir TH0S It HANDV M O teuscd Tith In any family Yours Are cauoi it- - iteAth has been entirely roi sumlcrstnnd antl when worms FUGE Vi wAriharemrefn cat mt rltlSlilTg te terth llwo he USRrvrl tncsesvmptnms mt iMv IJJroCCPlEB TERPITOEY rvMiy Cnonx baTTra4mayfmaTLmZ9 J W HUBBARD M D 8231723 FOR C7X33CJXTXJA33 Dr lv 11 DrAKi JT nirollv Uhhind J E SCHWARTZ 1 CO BA FahnMWckVson 5fcV Co f LSlft rTlfflnlfS JUNE MANUFACTURING CO Car La Salle kmn and Ontario Street F mainihtctuntl by the ALAUE HOTEL CHICAGO ILL FREXUHIURU KY WAN CO IX- - DEALEU - INDIGESTION To strengthen the stomach create au appetite aud remove the horrible depres- Â¬ sion and despondency which result from Indigestion there Is nothing so effectivo as Ayers Tills These Tills contain no calomel or other poisonous drug act directly on the digestive and assimilative organs and restore health and strength to the entire system T T Bonner Chester Ta writes I have used Ayers Pills for the past 30 years and am satisfied I should not have been alive to day IX it had not been for them They JOHN J H WILLIAMS lVoirietor The parronape of the troveline pitliiie is rcsiiecifiilly invited Tablu the best and every attention to the comfort of guests Sidney School GENERAL MERCHANDISE KKCK HAZEL GREEX KENTUCKY CONSTANTLY ON HAND A Ff LL ASOirTFKNT OF Furniture Go iMi oKTKfW Loiighmx Sole Troprictor SIDNEY OHIO luis Ihmmi AdoptfI in JsVnrly and joiiiw OF Thin All the Leading Schools of tho Country Jsk Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes QueenswareTinware Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer ies Stoves and Farming Implements -- - 1625000 NOW Majis Globes Uejrixters Dictionary Map tases Xunieral Frames tliarth Dietionariej Anatomical ModeU Iiijeid Krsiers Hlaekboanls Slating ISells Crayon li USE Holders anil nt BOTTOM PitlCKy In fut fvorythiuir uually kept in a first cla country Also will take in exchange for Jootls or in payment of any debt dmrim all kfims of PouHtrv Protlure ami Live Stock of wvrv ilvserittii tre AND H J CLARK E WITH ELECTRIC Go BELT FREE Cured me of Dyspepsia when all other remedies failed and their occasional use has kept mc In a healthy condition ever since I L X Smith Utlca X Y writes Tills for Liver troubles have used Ayers and Indigestion a good many years and have always found them prompt and Richard Korris efficient in tholr action After much suffer- Â¬ Lynn Mass writes ing I have been cured of Dyspepsia and Liver troubles And everything needed in a -- ehool room j Write us lor complete catnloce Ad- Â¬ dress ilieroseopes Slevers Garson Hardware 637 TKIED RACE W Main WITH Street k UNION STESSTS LOUISVILLE KY Sidney flOJv School Furniture SIDXEY Company OHIO Cincinnati jirepared to do all kinds of -- repairing on Watches Clocks Jewelry tjianu optical goons jsnng meyourivorK fes and it will be neatlv and promptly re-jairu at reaoimoie prices jiopmg uy Siiouest work and fair prices to merit IXfCvour jiatromige I remain T F CATHL Viu Yours truly am now W N HALDBMAN President of the Great LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL CO Tells What Ho Know of i tI i eanAt MvShots at EPAIRINC Ezcl LC WELLS Wm H Pullerton jomiKi Tn mtroiliictr it we will foraskvrt tiroeive away in each citnnty to those likely t iHak Kooil am ntSj a limited number of our UEi MAX KLKTKO ALVANICbUSlENSO 11 Y IJKLTS a posuive aud nnfailiujrcifre fur Xervoiis leIiiIity Wcakne VHriecek Ios of Vior Jtheunuitsm etr 300 Ke ward paid if every JJelt we iuanutaettir Iocs not generate a genuine eleetfie currvnt AddreatoMefGHkMAN BELT AGENCY I O Box 17S Brooklyn Xew York jnU Hats Caps Straw Goods Gloves anil Umbrella of B E ROBERTS WITH CHILLICOTHE O TAj frill F AVnjrAMSOX avitii By Using Ayers Tills They have done me more good than any other medicine I have ever taken John Uurdett Troy Iowa writes For nearly two years my life was rendered miserable by the horrors of Medical treatment afforded Dyspepsia me only temporary relief and I became reduced In flesh and very much debili Â¬ tated A friend of mine who had been similarly afflicted advised me to try Ayers Pills I did so and with the happiest results My food soon ceased to distress me my appetite returned aud I became as strong and well as ever Carter Bros i Co Go WINTERSMITHS Amos is firthi r to his wife Sditor Cattiag and the border warrior Amos is father to his gramLon io loager feels that he has a grief to Amos is his own grandfather his to himself son and brother-in-labathe ia gore w released CHILL CURE Office or the Gousieh Jocxhal Louisviujc many years the value of your remedy prompting me to say in reply to your request what lenov j your Chill Cure The private assurances of its -- fficacy 1 had and the good results of its effects I had observed on Mr R- - W Meredith ho fc more han fifteen years has been foreman of my office -r j aaucea tne u 101 n The first case was aavc been entirely satisfactory of two years standing in which I believe every t nwn rtmedv had been tried with temporary re liefthe chills returning periodically andseenringly Your cure brolce them at with increased severity nee Aztl there has bcn nc rcrrreacc of sihs The oiherce wss 11 a more than six nifdec fora and vele4 nwe reafiUy to at trttrwM would resKcW biutr Jote whkU uittii sour jaeJ cIiie -- p KEEN WADE HOUSE FEEXCHBURG KY TJ Table supplied with all tlelieaeies of the Special attention to commercial season Henry L Crane Boot Shoe WHOLESALE 3 Wholesale Dealers in own COrE Pmiirictor Boots Shoes Eublers 93 W Pearl St CINCINNATI M FORD WITH Dry Goods and Notions 72y K1I and 7SI John A Carter James G Carter J D A Forfine pfAIN STREET Jo C Bethel LOUISVILLE KY J G Carter Jr j iMfasaa ware 4lttJ adopted Democrats e2l iat HosIthenjeeting of JucoSa county fTreWiIae ef ihwewttty a jwe ih mass assem HuH i KsefoS of the Democrats ai Manama cousty the following reso r - - Joseph Gardner true aid tried Demo acat am aaof at md ionoraole man and m whaaa ahtlfty has never been ques tteaec mid sreima our sister connri wharnvra hat recently spoken anden iaaac him for Lieatenaht Govcnor of hk State and 2 him tiuaounce him- saw position at Mi acjiaratc JfiuR tmeplegtnasorje voice our dmoussupport ir Z Benjamin is brother to his father Benjamin is brother to bis son Benjamin is brother to hi mother Benjamin is brocher to his daughter Benjamin is the son of his sister Benjamin is th- - husband of his sister Charles is broth r to his father Charles is brother to his grandfather Charles is brother to his mother Charles is brother to his grandmother Charles is grandncphew to his mother Charles is grandnepew to his wife Charles is the gran khiM f his aunt Charles is inarrrir d mint Charles is tb sn f hi- - aunt CbaHes i the htji--- l of hit tcr Maine is rwp-jbk-far s rrrf rmt the I- i ibi - jc slit is ttili w j Dr Winterstnitk Sir I waive a rule I have observed forÂ¬ tourists O Home for Sale daysat I fjtv - hcjcr offer for 8ulc for the next sixty a reduced price and on easy term a nice dwelling house and lott beautifully situated The house is in elegant repair having been built withm tne hut three years and is lo- Â¬ cated in a healthy and growing part of the Abont fiftv fium ivirli ruiiil fir ndin wn lr - and btt f all a wfl 1 Manns Bros Boot Shoe Go Prepared to Teach Institutes I BootsShoes Rubbers No 82 AVett Pearl Street CU2C1NMATI K Manufacturers and Dealers in O Of Booneville Aeademr IJoonevHk- - Ky nniiiiiiPs tlint tn to lrjriiJ tr TEAfill J2vSnTTJTE5 during tlur montha of and Aunt aud will guarantee jitisfaetwiiv u Prof v A SANDERS Jly tanthr ib V tJL SOU P JTjLijlD lses 1- j I aowseiraltsfiBUithfty Vaesttate tfo ecd v - tt J G PREPA1UJ BY AXSX U CO X3vsl JfcWtyIhawli9iorf Cfeat l yaxu er F J ied ha- - rtan tnti s estiy tr stil seI lam ttetnainea rtfAld t3tTierd j 1 mm tiftnU V4kAw J - ti Kli i3 f i Tsirv t rewv HhraK jjrjag a laalifiil prospemu a4 famirn A 4 rrv iij - le- - no I t mm wmm iabeb iS R ji -- - t t r 1 t 1 Bsj safe by att VtagKlM i fwiSfMl iiir S Llr JFtii fT iljlr rK Hi l M r Kv 516 StoadWav 4EW YORK fiLOlSlHG f5 - S Os-1--- l11 rs - Ii L i Fl f jj - Ss - - 1 s tf1 u 1 a la MMVt jk vst imp -s w MjNeilfeaBfts- EtH - agawa sstJcSsgbsMvgar assas X -- - 1 MMNIir a Ya1iMjH A4ce the mountains who was resident min adttktMcarcatg Inserted ister at tins place for four years and year who ut Vanceburg WLTS miyr 1c first iertioH md i5 past has leen to the people of for a3L K the preached aa tackeacw jwwHfHHji mammon Church South at this place hist Sunday ittiamA aranit Mia Hr evening by request His theme was the fccrirtim bait expired Mt eKker crsc yen are re- - story of Elijah and the vicissitudes and r a u te t remltjUHi tmmnf varying fortunes of thi man of God VMM were told in 31 r stampers easy and las cinating style He was greeted with an HAZEL GREEN KY all unusually EFT 1 188C seemed to large congregation and the W90KESDAY delight iu listening to man who had grown up among them aud TIMETABLE who had so faithfully served them as Sutk Atlantic Railway their former pastor Mr Stamper is far Kotoqfiri average of preachers and le IHtBinfard tkse 22 Minutes dewer tkaH Mt above the iug a born orator has an easy way of Stirling t iwc X llTe3Ct- - Steal iHg M7 A j arrives fastening the attention of his listeners An art which am not be attained by at JUtkweM at i4 A H Xt 2 hmves JUtkweIl xt 9 v L arrives at studv or acquired by practice however TJyrrard and Onward is Xli Course Hev V Ji Stamper- - the Bjiecom of Â¬ yT yr far - -- much it may be improved upon when in Â¬ born That he has improved since he rives at Ifothw 11 At 324 P v the U 4 leAft JUtkurell at 345 r X- - arrives was the shepherd ofsince little flock at was apparent Hazel Green a year - at3tt Merita t S30 r X- 3f 2 eMBecif at 3t Sterling with 1105 juj to all who heard him on Sunday even- Â¬ O railway ing and his increased knowledge of the 1 57 P M ttira ib C for JLtxmglH CittcmHKti sad Louisville tcripturcs shows that he is still a cloe X X wiaaU ait ML StcrliBij with 1 105 a student As The Herald predicted j JC raa Mt C 40 Trow tke EiiM t and 1 himself a LtrnkvUle an4 Cincinnati j over a year ago he is proving r M tMM bread winner in his Msisters vineyard LJiJrJ4ttrtrmrrT ceHtv eeurt day special Â¬ Iwifinf Italh rrilf ok tke 3rd Mesty ih each The people of his charge on the Vance at 739 AX arriving at hlC Sterling burg circuit have shown their apprecia- Â¬ tijLX Betuonae leave Xt Sterliuj tion of his services by requesting his re- Â¬ t3R M acriviaeatltotliwrfl at- 430r 1 - M turn next year at a liberal increase in M j IWVJJ xlt o ijium antrum fi ju J salary which conclusively shows that he GEO JJ IIA31FKIS Sunt has won and is still winning laurels worthy of his merit We believe he will vet reach the top round in the min- Â¬ LOCAL isterial ladder and hope to hear glad o Stillwater hw the tidings from his future work Wly y 3 StMVMT Xtterri8t 1050 a V r - Su rliac at L40 3Ct- X- - ar- - M4 -- fw From Printing Oltice to Pulpit Seneca X Swimm has just returned from Vanceburg Ky where he has been working in the office of the Vanceburg Courier Seneca ha- - enlisted in the rniyof Christ and proposes to point sinners to a Merciful Saviour He preach- Â¬ ed at the M E Church at this place on last Thursday night and all were curious to heir the boy preacher who had been one of the boys in days that are past Consequently a large and anxious crowd of earnest listeners assembled at the church The sermon was well received and many predict that if Seneca uses the proper industry and leaves off a few unnecessary second hand ways he will some day rank favorably among the mountain preachers of Eastern Ken- Â¬ tucky TIiom Sunday School Superintendents who have been using International Lessons by David A Cook will be sorry to learn that Seneca opposes their use and we presume abandon them Of course he is young to take the stand he has againt this much used work but it shows that he is progressive In short he has convictions and is not afraid to Success to you young express them man in your noble work and may your efforts at preaching be more successful and stable than your career as printer Â¬ Â¬ will din Hornetf mid Oxeu UnderHtund Lan ir r- NEWS TMer C Heradon of this place i m few 4y -- 1Stmt Cmmudmer Coldiroa will WMklhe ttreets aext Sdturday Turn mt Mini her him CafCH E EoLerts representing Car sick fitpliwKMi hxa been engaged st ke OhaatH 5IIH aad will move over TJ tar ltM 2ie t4aj Co LoHJfiville Is expected or tomorrow Dr E O GHerrxnt will preach at tlx Preribylorhta CkHrch in Hazel Green ext Stmdy Everybwl - In vi ted last week sent us a head e that weighed 81 puuaLs and csbbf will please accept our thxaks for sime WtM Craey rf David ya did Monday night remains MHkdc coffin X child of Miles Murphys ared three More the for the 4ay yetcr r Ah iiMt TkeiCKitttcky Annual Conference of th JC Church South will be held at Wiichwter begianlng next Wednesday M3c Ellen McGuire who has boen vis Saturday Morning in ttkig her friends and relatives in our town left for her home in Lee county ina Joseph A Steheus and family nnd MiMTiptofi of Montgomery who have Lock visiting relatives and friends here reittrsed home iSaturdav The Picratt Hoa last week accomm laW4 whole drum corpse and if John omtwittes to care for al the drummers kef will isoon hex drum major TiMHided be desperately Dad Crouch who was about one year ago by a would aftMHwiu lm M4t in Bath county is in our almost completely recoverini from wound Geo Tuck aud family consisting of liwwife and two little boya who have bit living h Hazel Green for two or iBore onths returned to Louisville last Wejiteaaay week on osie hmired yards tr John Wilson better known as Log taf of Jled liivcr neighborhood had a CMjr troe three coons aud a cat within a of his house one day hist e t week aud will leave JScpL the to attend the Democratic Conventlou which jueetai Wet t Liberty tmorrow J Co Crlt 3CcGuire of Beatt vIIle was a of the Pieratte Housh beveral day lt manufacturers of bootand shoe LWiviUe Ky and JJrton ilass de fcifi the ercliants of Middle and East cM Kentackv to see his samples before JHxking perciiases elbewhere B Blackburn representing Warren The 15th Inst Is our regular stock sale and farmers should lear in mind that it is still tlie best market A lot of btryers will be here from about ripencer Station oc that occasion and those hav ItiX oack to dispose of Mill have no truu liato nell iL Lizzie Tipton who resides with her widowed mother near Mt Sterling hm been a welcome visitor at Hazel Green recently and left for her home Saturday aaorsing carrying the best wifchw of her newly made acpMaintances amd Iriends in our midst EWer John L Rogers a prominent di Tiee Christian Church will attend the mmmmI Meeting at Wst Liberty and at it chwe will vhat our town and deliver at series of nermona here in the Christain Chiirch and will perhaps attend the an xiaal Meeting la this county beiw reeBting August Bcrn Bauer New York clothiers spent several days here butleft forWct Liber- Â¬ ty today He Informed us that he had noldtbe biggest bills from Mt Sterling t this place he ever sold He is called King hecause he Is king of clothing drawn m era SK Frd Aydelott the only hatters of Louisville of whom we have heard tied up here Satartlay and Sunday and The Hekauj man found him just as urbane former occaskms He sold J T a P Day enough hat to crown a kingdom Â¬ W H Gillis the afiableand alabaster browetl Adcnis who represents McCord ana the nobbiest at that Shuttleworth Louisville made his maidea trip through this territory last week and sold the following good bills of clothing One at Proctor three at Beatty ville two at Carapton and one at llaaei Greea Another instance of the lcaefit of an advertisement in The Her Â¬ ald and a s man representative H 8 Siaoaa representing Grauman John 3C Xiddell general store keeper under Collector Bronston spent Sunday and Monday in our town and left Tues- Â¬ day morning for SalyervUle He will represent the Government In a Facial llector D D Sublett case today pending before Deputy CoMx Eiddell is one of the trusted officers iu this district and hit the confidence of Comnusaioncr Sillier Active and honorable he can e relied on for the fall discharge of his Â¬ A company of scientific men were re- Â¬ cently assembled at The Herald office when the conversation turned on the rea-Â¬ soning powers of horses and oxen and the question arose as to their ability to understand language A horse or an ox of ordinary ability can easily be taught his name and to start and stop when the KcHd Him Ilnck to His People Here word is given Mr Fitts who his been Last Sunday closed lie v J 11 Ken Â¬ in the lumber business over twenty years dalls conference year at this place and and closely associated with horses and in u few remarks which he made to the oxen during that time claims that they congregation immediately after the ser- Â¬ can catch the drift of a conversation vices he aid he did not know where he He tells of hauling a very large walnut would be located the coming year As log where some doubters had gathered the advocate of a people devoted to their who convinced the driver that the team minister The Hekvld in this public would be unable to load the log The manner requests that the minister to horses overheard the conversation and take charge of this M E Church South failed to load it The log was loaded by shall be the same who now luis charge means of levers and mechanical contri- Â¬ Rev J IL Kendall The people as a vances but in the meantime the group bottle of dyers Ague Cure and IkmIv like him they like the way he ha of pessimists had convinced the driver Rousseau Aug 27th J W Taul- - have never since had a cJtilfe taken hold of things they like him for that the team would be unable to haul bee the new County Superintendent EDWIN SARPEH the untiring efforts in building the par Â¬ the log after it was loaded The horses gave us a call last week while on a tour sonage in the face of many difliculties were again discouraged by this talk and of the county and delivered a very PREPARED by he had to encounter and litly they failed again A lighter team which had deasant little talk to the pupils on the Co Lowell BTasi Dr J C Ayer like him for the manly stand he has taken not listened to any discouring words benefits of education John Will shows Id by all Drugjjists and the masterly manner in which he hauled the load easily limself to be thoroughly qualified for has labored for his Mister The writer the place and we think will make si good Wallace Swango finished threshing officer has many times in the last twelve month AY HOUSE heard expressions when Bro Kendall on Lacy Creek last week with their Your correspondent had the pleasure was passing like these Ho is a good HAZEL GREEN KY of attending meeting on Hunting deck machine Lacy Creek raised a man He is doing a uood work here Rkv ISAAC MURPJIY Prop last Sunday That man Kendall is liked byexery little over 300 bushels of wheat which Candler of in company with Nance The table is supplied with tlie Lest in the this a body There is no conpromising with the machine men report equal in quality was in attendance place Quite be crowdÂ¬ Market and even attention given to guests There will meetIn addition to to the best of the 7000 bushels which ing at the same place again on the devil about him ilntus reasonable the 2nd in the blue grass earlier in Sunday all this we add our mite of admiration they threshed in September SL RAP MAX JAS A SHlTTLEWORTH and say that we believe him to be a the season The following is a list of The citizens of this vicinity are going Â¬ the happy possessors of biscuit timber chriatain man and one who will if reGRAUMAN SHUTTLEWORTH turned here be the means of great good ou this creek Wiley Perkins 1G4 bush- Â¬ to have a stock sale at this place on Sept els Chares Samples 124 Joseph P Rose 11th Come everybody and bring your to the community both in a moral and Manufacturers and Jobbers of religious way Send him back Church- Â¬ 120 Wm Perkins 110 John I Rose stock aud get good prices for it Co 10 G W Carson 7S Frank There will be meeting here beginning men in Conference and you will be help- Â¬ Sr iH on Thursday before the 1st Sunday in ing a noble man do a noble work among Johnson 73 and Aleck Lacy 48 IV K 3iU October and old lady Calhouns funeral a noble jieople Deputy Marshal W T Days dwelling will be preached during the meeting U The War in Perrj at Maytown burned Saturday last about Work has begun on the new school Fulton French and Joe Eversolc are six oclock caused by a defective flue house of this district rival merchants at Hazard county scat Most of the contents were saved We The corn crops are good and we are of Perry- - Some weeks ago their rivalry sympathize with Mr Day in his lo having plenty ot rain led to a murderous fight in which French which is total as no insurance had been Logging in this locality has begun to 1505 W Maix Streit and his friends were worsted aud driven placed on his dwelling Mr Day was George out- - French at once began collecting a not at home at the time being absent in a limited extent LOUISVILLE KY band with which he will move on Haz- Â¬ the discharge of his duties he being one MAGOFFIN COUNTY ard and in turn drive out Eversolc He of the most energetic and reliable offi- Â¬ makes Mt Pleasant about thirty miles cers in the revenue service Salyersville Aug 2 The number a way ua headquarters The Old Jidiable He has recruit-Â¬ of deaths from flux among children is There is one man in nazel Green we ed seventy men of desperate fortunes Tlie These armed with Winchester riiles se- Â¬ dont want a difficulty with For the last growing to alarming proportions following deaths were reported in tlie cured from Knoxville are drilled every two weeks he has been carrying his hand PPOVPIETOPS day They are paid 2 to 2 5U a day in a sling as the result of a blow he pist week The twelve year old son of a and are fully supplied with ammunition dealt an errinjr fellow citizen over two Sam a Whirt of little chihl of P Staple child ton The mads approaching Mt Pleasant are years since The other man is at present child of Sam Milt Cooper and a little On Commission Salvers picketed some five or ten miles out and enjoying his usual health but it might There wis a Democratic Convention not even a messenger for a physician is be advisable to make his will and put his Mountain men will do well to consult us allowed to go into town at night They house in order as that blow is liable to called at this place last Saturday to in- Â¬ before otterine stock for ale as we believe have taken the prisoners from the jail take effect any time within seven years struct the delegates to the West Liberty it will be to their interest Convention They instructed for Hon and armed them and given Jailer Kelly from date of delivery GIVE US A TKIAL W P Tau bee for Congress and Rnbt warning not to try to leave upon pain of Morgan county for membeihof and you will stop with us every time Henry L Godscy left for Danville on Elam of death Kelly la wanted as a witness at Pineville but can not make his escape Monday and will matriculate at Centre the Board of Equalization Eversolc surrounded by an equally des- Â¬ College in a few days for a collegiate The Court appointed Messrs J Milt P ROGERS perate gang is fortified in Hizard A course of three or four years when we Adkeson Samuel May Sr and Reub u WITH fierce and decisive conflict i imminent hope to see him take rank with the many Patrick a committee to build again the and an cfibrt is being made to have the illustrious statesmen who now point to bridge over the StUe Road Fork The SHIPLEY DOISY GO that venerable institution as their Alma old bridge was washed away in June Governor interfere at once Mater Mrs Godsey accompanied him and the community has greatly felt the to his future school home and will see loss of it Talk About tlie Tcarhcr Hes a pretty good teacher but he him comfortably housed before she re- Â¬ Monday was County Court day and dont learn the children manners turns the newly elected officers gave bond for How is this Little Johuy has been un- Â¬ 5 W M Ford representing Manns Bros their several offices Tlie County Judge der 3our care six or eight years Do it had not received his commission so it Co boot aud lioe dealers Cincinnati elect be delayed in you expect the teacher to do more iu a will entering upou his du- Â¬ few weeks than you have been able to do spent several days in our town and will ties until next court in as manyjyears Children that behave leave for West Liberty today He came Cor 4 th and Elm Streets The County Sunday School Conven- Â¬ well at home make very little trouble in by way of Mt Sterling and reported a the school room As little Johnny iuher good trade along the line Mose is gain Â¬ tion will be held at the head of Middle CINCINNATI OHIO Creek beginning Friday and continuing itsyour great intellect you are disap Â¬ ing popularity with the merchants of over Sunday pointed because he does not learn faster this section aud is sure to sell them OB NUNNELLY George Gardner has purchased the than the other children This may not goods when they need anything in his WITH store of Mr Wireman of this place aud be the teachers fault Some children line may receive more aid aud encourage- Â¬ Ayers Ague Cure is the only remedy will shortly enter into his new business CO homo than vou srive little known which is certain to cure Fever ment at J W Power bis been quite sick with Johnny say is now con Â¬ Rambler aud Ague permanently by expelling the flux but we are glad to WHOLESALE SADDLERY malarial poison which produces the dis- Â¬ valescent Charley Kendall a brother of Rev J ease It does this surely and leaves no Camp meeting is in progress K Kendall who is visiting here from Hi effects upon the system DMS Nothing is J L Punlap Manufacturers of Nicholas and Ed Williams a young so thoroughly depressing and discouragJ 15 Dunlap Gypsy Aug 2G District school No W G Rarrett man of Nicholas who is studying for ing as the periodical return of the alter- Â¬ Saddles Harness Sic the ministry under Rev Mr Kendall nate chills fever and sweating peculiar 36 near this place is progressing finely met with an accident last Thursday to the disease with an avenge daily attendance of 72S and 750 and dealers iu AV Main St which came well nigh being serious about forty better than known here for Saddlery Hardware They were driving a young horse and in Mr W E Word is no longer in our some time and I wi h to say through tTie going down the rocky hill near town employ and is not authorized to make The Herald to the teachers of LOUISVILLE KY present day that if they will do away turned the buargy and horse oyer the em- Â¬ any collections for us will find with corporal punishment they bankment Young Kendall was thrown Brinkley Gruggs against a tree and had his elbow slightly better advancement and better schools unless in case of very rare nece sity bruised and Mr Williams was shaken The teachers interest is vested not in up a little The horse was unhurt but the few but in the many and a greater the buggy was turned topsy tnrvy and MORGAN COUNTY responsibility rests on them than on men had two wheels torn off All in all it is well it was no worse or ladies of any other profession On Grassy Creek Aug 30 I was very them the future prosperity of the Uni- Â¬ T J Pilcher who represents Louis sorry to hear of Longfellows defeat for ted States depend The principles of nSPS SI w L3 V3 Co Cincinnati is with his wife Magistrate which was very unexpected human liberty schemes for internal im- Â¬ Stix to me as he is so long I supposed he provement question- - of finance and ed- Â¬ Has fittalned a standard of cscellcnco whic sojourning in the neighborhood of Hazel Green aud although he is enjoying his would have out run anything on the ucation are now being brought before udmits of no superior ItcontuiuscvGryiiaprovementthut Inventive annual vacation he has an eye to busi- Â¬ track you teachers as a mass for considera Â¬ genius skill and inoccy can produce The postoflice at this place has recent- tion There are so many teachers inca- Â¬ ness as well combining business with Ia ly been removed from J L Johnsons pable of performing the high duties im- Â¬ pleasure as it were He sold J T F storehouse R M to Hamiltons for the posed on them that many district-- re Day a handsome bill of hnd ome goods OTJB convenience of Mr Hamilton who has maiu cyphers in the scale of improve- Â¬ EVEET last Friday and on Monday drove over recently been appointed postmaster to Campton and sold a bill besides other ment ORGAN Con table Frank of the lower precinct bills along the line All are much pleased Mrs Irvine Carpenter killed a large with his intKlcst business ways and find was up to see us last week and savs copperhead on Saturday last It appears SjSTwii rrTrrm it a pleasure to deal with him The re- Â¬ Uncle Bill is as straight a man as ever i as if the snakes and worms are going to IS iTjnH B A rrPKT3 lived Louis Stix Co are supplying a sult is worm not take this The gray squirrels are so numerous in far from country There the a boys occa- Â¬ large trade with dry goods here that bites this locality and especially in the corn sionally but so far has not inflicted any The postoflice at Hager in Magoffin fields that ammunition will be in de-Â¬ serious wounds EAJEtS EXCEL county has been closed ever since the mand Jack and Willie Lovely of Rousseau Joshua DeBusk hassomejof the largest were in this vicinity a few days ago Â¬ August electicn The postmaster was at elected County Judge and forthwith apples I have ever seen grown in this tending the wedding of Elliott Howard celebrated locked up the potoffice and declared he country and they are of a very fine and Miss Susan Salyer They were mar- Â¬ These Organs arc response for volume artistic design quality of tone quick flavor would have nothing further to do with ried on Thursday last and took their de- Â¬ beauty Jn tinish perfect construction making them the most desirable organs for homes it Copies of The Herald addressed to D N Ferguson of this place has pur-Â¬ parture for Daisv Dell Friday that place go out promptly and are as chased a farm from Robert Greer one Abe Wireman and Morton Arnett are fcchools churches lodges societies etc ESTABLISHED REPUTATION promptly returned Indeed they arc mile below here and will move to it now Catherine a lot of fine hoirs at 3 VSHQVAHED FACILITIES not taken from the mail bag Now by soou per hundred They have about S head j SKILLED TiORHME a recent letter from Salversville we learn Our school is progressing finely under aud arc looking for VJuyers from Mbutsom- - j BEST MATERIAL commission as County Judge t the supervision of B F McGuire with that his erv as they have a contract with parties i C0MBIAED HAKE THIS has not reached him and we should like i an attendance of forty five j there to know why he could not run the post S W Havens is hauling logs to the Mrs Pol iv Watkins and daughter i office until lu successor is appointed sawed to build him Margie of Haws Fork Breathitt county mill to have lumber is visiting friends at this place the Instruction Books and Piano Stools The sixth annual session of the Green- Â¬ a dwelling house ville Association of United Regular Bap Josiah Havens sold a mule colt to guests of Calvin Salyer Larkin Howard and T H Patton of atalogues and Price Lists on application niEE tist will be held with Mt Pleasant Miies Murphy for S40 It was a nice Whitakervim returned home hSt week Church Wolfe county at the Calaboose one CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGAN CO commencing on Thursday before thcv Willie infant son of Mes Murphy is from Mt Sterling whore they have oeen Randolph and Ann Sts CHICAGO iL witn norses very low with whooping cough louiLii oaiuruay m oepieuiuer iuij Rev M B McCiure has been very ill Wm Kates of Upper Quicksand for some time j gave us a pleasant visit a few days hist t week the guest of Calvin Howard BREATHITT COUNTY ivtiiA irta IUK VWU1 IIUUIUI 4r LUG I vyKidiwf kMij st ttnf vnuw otistti lJ lr wheel and let us help Hon W P Taul- Jackson Aug 27 Mr Childers the contractor for Jackson Academy has sub bee to Congress airmn let the contract for laying the brick to Nelson Salyer and Rev Sam Allen are Douglas A man of Richmond Ky having a lot of plank sawed this week They are now building brick chimneys to by Hagers mill James Hariris house but next week will Squirrels enough but not many hunt-begin laying up the walls of the acade ier my nc hrick burned by Air Childers p in plenty and corn crpps looking cannot be surpassed in the State well v oig time is expecicu next week in i Jackson lirst the Institute which It is said that the famous Durham to will be followed by the Annual Meeting bacco works of North Carolina haver of the Presbyterian Churches and we been sold to the Pullman Car Company trust that both occasions will be bless Â¬ For years smokers in every portion of ings to the community the globe have used this famous brand of Floyd Haginslnw been teaching school the weed marked with a bull and the here tlie past week for his cousin J J enterprise has been one of the most ex C Back who luis been engaged to teach tensive in the South the public school He was called home to the bedside of a little sister who re- Â¬ Another cruel war on paper is over The Mexican Government has released mains quite ill Lewis Napier of Holly Creek Wolfe Cutting and the rights of American cit- Â¬ county his moved into the Hiram Cen- Â¬ izenship have been vindicated Com- Â¬ ter property and Mr Center has re-Â¬ monwealth moved to the jail residence and is now Hon W A Cunningham died at Paris Deputy Jailer on Aug 21st of paralysis aged 59 years I B Combs and family have removed to Stillwater Wolfe county We regret W T Swango has been appointed to lose them and heartily commena Deputy County Clerk at Hazel Green them to the community where they go to live Rev Mr DeValt has been assisting Bro Cooper on the Middle Fork for a week Dr Guerrant joins them on the 28th A Mr Smith of Mt Sterling passed through here last week en route to the IS WARRANTED to cure Feer aud upper country in search of curly walnut Ague Intermittent or Chill Fever Ke Logging has begun We are not post- Â¬ mittent Fever Dumb Ague Bilioui Fever Dctigue or Brcik bonc Fever Liver ed as to the amount of timber that will Complaint and all diseases arising from probably be prepared to run Malarial poisons Whooping cough is raging here and Harpers S C July 9 1SS4 the children are barking liko a pack of wolves For eighteen months suf Mrs Dr J S Parke died at her fath- Â¬ ered with Chills and Fever ers J D Strongs the 25th having Chills every other dav Airs James Malono ha3 been quite After trying various remedies sick but is better recomm ended to cure used a 1 I -- jcSsi OSING OUT SALE Dry Goods CASPETS OIL CLOTHS CLOTHING O E WILLMOTS THE BIGGEST BARGAINS EVES HEARD OEJ Reese Building A BOOTS SHOES HATS Come Early and Get Choice C E WHLLrttOT Notions cat KY JPjtT r MT STERLING FRAKK GOUVIOJf GROSSMAN JOHN T SCHXEUTKIU GROSSMAN GOLViOK CO R7 fmllllP WHOLESALE MAXTJFACTrRERS OK v Ague Core I AVERS 5 mm uauum c n ft 1 hpo UulLUiUt BEIDLES and 76 Main Street CINCINNATI O s l ft 7 W O W Kk I etS9i HAZEL GHEESr KY HENRY F PIERATT Proprietor most reasonable terms Satisfac Â¬ tion will be given at all times and those wihin to hire a ITORSEand BUGGY ora SADDLE HOKSK will find it to their interest to con- Â¬ sult me HOUSES BOARDED by the single meal day week ormohtft 7SrWheM you visit ITaael Green Nice Vehicles ant Horses For Hire at all times and oh the -taek put your hore up with we and yoa wilL have it well eared for ffTVhen you want to hire vm can hire from me for an hour hklf- lay uay or eec or longer KflnnM MUM J j H lulu UufsJ 423S PATCTIKS COMVEYED TO ANY POINT IS EASTERN KENTUCKY ON HEASOXA15LE TERMS Give me a call when vou need anvthinjj in my line Very rpcctf Ily 4c H F PIERATT JUDY J OLDHAM JUDY DEALERS r S- Successors to HANLY Mount Sterling Ky in Hardware Queensware Stoves Plicanix Stables Grates Plows c Robinson Jones SoJe Agents for the World Renowned Buy and Sell Horses TENNESSEE WAGON- The Best and Cheapest Wagon on Wheels The Trade of Wolfe and adjoining counties is respectfully solicited 1 i J BAUM Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se- Â¬ lected Stock of FTP IDB Y GOODS ill ill B Which he sells Wholesale and Hetail as Cheap as they can be bought in the State Give him a call and be convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere els you may go i DUNLAP BROS N II TRIMBLE ROBT AL XKIMRLEAr TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS IN Â¬ i C0RBESP0MENQE Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock and CHS do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling COTT JQIE GEOItGE E TUCK Wm vrrni WHITE GREEN HUFFAKEK Wholesale Dealers in I a S V McWilliams NEW Co Livery Saie and Feed MT STERLING KY Drovers and Traders i Â¬ SjSf PSj R L White T Boots and Shoes G15 i State est Mam Street J A- - Huflaker j LOUISVILLE KY j Hsadjiarlirs dealers traders GEORGE DOLL WITH plpBil Rosenberg Flexner Successors to Ros enhe Co Nathan JcFlexner The attestion of horse and mule t Mieeially iiivited to onr faqUitiux liandlhit of stock and we invite all of Wolfe and adjoining counties to us when iu the citw fortha cILon WHOLESALE BOOTS AND SHOES 712 W II GILLIS WTTlf f-- McCord axi 714 South Side Mai sth LOUISVILLE KX AydelotteJ Bet 7th WHOLESALE THE POPULAR ORQMi kemdallP house Sts i HATTBRiS Corner Main ad nESTONSBUiu WEST LIBERTY KY I No G13 Wsst Xadt STEI2T - Mrs EC Kendall - Proprietress The table is supplied with the best the market affords Experienced hand hi charge of htabie Caarea reasonable t LOUISVILLE O 13 UY your paper cuvetapes Infc pencil - v -KX at TaTElfXKATl fm ehaje ir m- - 3 t IMuUJfe tjtfrifitAifel- - 1 Mm y I said who was that person Then you showed out of the hou e this morn- Â¬ I knew I had hm there for I ing was sure nobody had called Oh you mean the old gentleman in gray sir He left no name I thought sir he seemed to be at home in the houe I had seen him here so often i f 25- - L re fc r- - i r K l- - fcfc ft It -- HOME AND FARM DARK EYES I seemed to be in a sort of --The laying of soft shelled eggs Sentiments of Xcre Pawlea amd Hatred stop or office- - A counter was before Betrayed br Them soruet mes results from over feeding Â¬ me and all around me were thin phan anotaex ooam rroietee Dark eyes are both beautiful and dan-Â¬ Causes tbe Wood to aat awd gst tat itf lst and sometimes lack or lime or shell ma Â¬ tom fiV ires with no features that I terial gerous In their depths the home of ceadttloa aad wekeaa lbs wfceto srsteas feetftsa4 could see Onlv one among the e uiisty fer 9cref i saHrfceras HAZEL GEEEN - - KEKTUCKT shapes had a vfslble human face And The Farm Journa1 says that the witchery lurks mary a spell Slum- Â¬ isjora tocodtouWarfiiee- - Tbe MoodaaanM animals must drink in hot weather and berous dreamy orbs Bewitching gypsy fee parUtedaadYfealiaedbr taking SowTa -- say that one advanced toward me with a wMea expel alt must take what they can get But they eyes They are the ones that present to rjUa stress will tfee wholeUayar illai aad jptrs mm THE OLD FASHIONED GIRL smile which I ehall never forger It sir to aad feedr hate nasty water as much as we do was the face of a young man slightly f Now it was my turn to stare I was I kad four sarefalgng seses waa mtJmC the observer an ever varying panorama Mates fesies roasd the part linearfeeybeods dreasja axe wkich greir se bad taa I atd sot iraaraaaoa I literally stammered drooped as if Its owner were shv or I dumbfounded Lemon Cream Peel three lemons Forever changing like April weather Nothing fair A4 wsich I toeeHdaaa7g9dtiiiMdar words Then I showed Tfeeagh retrospect ve viekm cast and squeeze out the juice into one quart they may flash with scorn or darken I saw Hoods Sarsaparilia rdrecMmid i the yer deferential with blue bright eves and i for want of IHeeeivee them tefeo air I have alwavs thought was re- of milk gentle handsome features and fair i what Add the peel cut in pieces with gloom then instantly melt with and decided to trj K I have udaa twboWios awd tosae betiraes- hair and lips that seemed to be made 1 markable present of mind I turned and cover the mixture for a few hours tenderness or languish with love tke sores are aloetuirelried mtm 1 J9d Mps asd teeth like pearl TfeeSagiag lavish like silver chiHsea then and six eggsf well beaten and one sparkle with mirth one moment sadden PrrrsSoHtaPotedaauXX for laughter and a smile that shone like around and walked into the dining- good oid fasbloaed girl Of I tcofc Hoods Sarseyarilte far ayspaagla a gleam of sunshine there And in a room telling the boy to follow There pint of water well sweetened Strain with grief the next They are very Iadiorxiineor tea years sefferiBg torriMrwMi Time Was Ms trsasas stations y -- r 1 - iivl TTTinrmraanfl It t moment the face and forms had vanished I poured out a glass of whisky and gave and simmer oer a gentle fire till it passionate eyes They may be the eyes H r Threwlac off old way former The darkness seemed to grow darker I it to him Serve very cold Boston of a beautiful murderess a fiend in ethers wko sffr wttk tais dieoo- - UaavAl thickens Ahd tlc taw of ooBspeasatione -- Drink that Norton Chtcopee Haas 1 said and you had heard solt istcps walking in th air 1 Globe Bribes as set fcs sake ado human shape but they may also be the I used Hoods Srsaparttla for tfysea irMfc Jflmt theres obc thlnp I ai3S sadly felt as if a cold wind were blowing in better sit down Coffee Cake One cup of brow eyes of a very dear friend or a loving tae best reaalts JLCuvniCewacUj XMJMesbttgtteaad Us whirl Obviously he thought me as eccentric toy face Suddenly I saw the chill sea sugar one cup of butter one half cup sister Ad Id give a few years gladly i as shlnin far off under the white stars A Te aee a geed frld f ahioaed jIrL I thought him But he merely said of molasses one cup of strong cold cof- Â¬ Dark eyes though kind and indulg Â¬ by all and drank the voice that was harsh broke out in hoars j Thank you sir fee one teaspoonful of soda two tea ent are not to be trifled with A dark Sold HOOD dragisfcs Jt str for JK Prepturad7 TH5ftt airs er affectation CL C- ApoUwearies Xawati XaM laughter beside me and then I awoke whisky A mndpst voiee and tew spoonfuls of cinnamon one teaspoonful eyed man never forgives an enemy A occupation I asked Do you feel quite well 3rt si orates with kealth aglow Two days after I set out for Edin- IOO of cloves one cup of raisns or currents dark eyed woman never forgets her first One PoHar Cheeks all with three objects I wanted to i frigidly burgh tHtctt were ear jrirls la other davs aud iive cups of sifted flour Add the love DR JOM Quite well thank you sir consult an eminent advocate I want Dn t take we Jer a churl fruit last rubbed in a little of the flour Dark eyes may be calm and still as a XfBt chM e rae taat I like the ways Are you subject to delusions or hal- Â¬ ed to get a new servant-- And I want- Â¬ Bake about one hour Exchange summer night but beware an angry Of tke good old fashioned gin ed at least to find out where the lucinations A Western fanner advises stringing word and the storm cloud gathers he answered There was true love la the olden time No sir never sir Frasers were seeu corn by tying the ears together Take care there are lightning flashes in Not love rvaln display Â¬ with a lurking smile which I saw the great advocate and he con- promptly And peverty was Hot the crime with hui 53 in some place where the those eyes They may be placid as a firmed my fears Unless the missing he vainly tried to conceal It seems to be to day FOR THE CURE OF gran can be saturated with coal smoke mountain lake but thestrengthis there And a lovmeelrl waswell 5onten- tdeed is found niy dear sir That smile annoved me I broke out he sad in The odor he says repels squirrels and latent though it be Like a volcano Xr strove for knizht or earl his blandest accents your title is so again Bat wedded at her hearts sweet bent worms from eating the seed The seed they may slumber peacefully and qui-Â¬ Did the good old fafhioned tiirl Then what on earth do you mean defective as to be entirely worthless comes up quicker the plants grow more etly but the monotony of life is dis- Â¬ Philadelphia JVeir by telling me this nonsense Or CHILLS and FEVER should a rival claimant arise I cried vigorously and ripen several days turbed by occasional flashes Mary F I did not see the Frasers but I got about a gentleman in gray Murphy pi St Louis Magazine AND ALL MALARIAL DitCAM earlier than from seed not so treated Svdnev rose There was some digni- their address and I wrote one letter to Troy Times THE MISSING BEET The BTODristor f tkis eelebrato the father and four to the daughter I ty in his manner He spoke respect- Is There a Curo for Consumption Too many farmers neglect to bed fnstl v claims for it a swBwkcity QYmei engaged a new man servant in this t fully but m an injured tone yes We the dies ever aaferwlf tkayfldic tertlwIATi the horses They are foolish A bed patientanswer unreservedly the use If Dr 1 beg your pardon commences in time sir but I only fThMAurier of Finding It and way Wheat Pierces Golden Medical Discovery of and CESTACr SPEEDY aad PBHLUTDT mm is needed even in summer Our need for a man servant being told you about the gentleman who Winning a Bride straw is the best for the purpose It is exercises proper care If allowed to run of Ague and Paver or Chills sad Imr wktk prcs ing I went for tne first and last called and I thought sir you might brittle and the animal will not get his its course too long all medicine is power-Â¬ er of abort erlssgitaaiss MtTifcrt tfr entire Western and Seatben eantrytolMar time in my life to a registry office The have seen him for he pased by you it Dr Pierce never deceives a Mat testimony to the trmtk of t MMrtiM feet tangled up in it Oat straw is too less to stay holding out a false hope patient by am a Grant I know there are oth Â¬ shop lay in the south of the town up and I fancied he nodded to you as he for the I tough Barley straw is too dusty It sake of pecuniary gain The Golden tkatiaaeeMtwhataTw rill it fail It Mrs if er Grants A clumsy Englishman once Deyond the High street and when I en- Â¬ passed causes irritation of the skin A few Medical Discovery nas cured thousands the directness 8X9 itrictijUewtfMtfMrriMl Reallv things had come to a pretty told jnc that Grant was a very common tered it there were several subdued straws will not do Give a good soft of patients when nothing else seemed to out Inagrstaesny cuMaxafleieMkM Â¬ looking bengs unfortunate applicants pass Here was my own servant accusavail Your druggist has it Send two teen sufficient for a cra sb name- - There are the Grants of Grant bed Western Burnt ing me of seeing invisible phantoms stamps for Dr Pierces complete treatise I suppose standing round Behind the which only existed in his own disor-Â¬ A practice that has been tried with on consumption with numerous testimo- Â¬ have been cared hy a sxagle Iwttlwkk perÂ¬ and the Grants of Dalvev there arc counter were a man and woman and good success says Colmans Jiurat is nials rAddress Worlds Dispensary Medical fect reetoratioa of the gsaenuieaHk 3t is Grants an Edinburgh and Grants m to the former having a prejudice in dered brain however prudent aad is evsxy to mix the green hay with some old hay Association Buffalo N Y London Alas the Grants arc a disin favor of doing business with my own But there I will not repeat all the taints care if its rae isMatii --diafiMw or straw putting first a layer of the You can prevent milk from souring in a dcee for a week ertwe after tte herited race for their grandfathers it sex begotten perhaps of shyness I ap- Â¬ conversation that followed I must say traw then one of hay then another of thunder storm by drinking it just before been checked more especially ia iMfJieeer ami seems always squandered the fortunes plied He kept me waiting a long time Sydney kept his temper wonderfully straw and so on till the mow is full or tba storm begins tiefris long standing cases TTraaHy tbis lost mine However we had a which they ought to have left to their Then he looked over a prodgious ledger for I explanation which ended in this The straw not only Thousands of women bless the day on wmnfltreojdreanyaidlelMieptke Tsewels im the stack complete and read me out numerous applications long good order Sheald tie pattern bewever in Â¬ absorbs the moisture from the hay and which Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription sons At least I know that it was the which were perfectly useless At last way The boy asserted positively that thus aids in preserving it but it is itself was made known to them In all those de- Â¬ quire a cathartic stedMtae- - aftecbaTag- tabea case of my own grandfather Had he however he came to one which I lie had three or four times seen an improved by this absorption of the odors rangements causing backache dragging three or four doses of tbe Teak a sisf see not played ducks and drakes with my thought would do I told him so and elderly gentleman in gray walking of the fresh hay so that stock will eat down sensations nervous and general de-Â¬ of KESTS YSGETOLX JViliTTT HLI will sooth Â¬ is a sovereign remedy inheritance I should have been but he thereupon Invited mc to wait a little about the house He had seen him in the straw up clean when before they bility ithealing properties renderIts of the besuffideat TTSSaeetberpilL ing and it Price SL00 per letejKx lettks fcrW longer as the young roan in question the passages up stars and in the there I aai content to be what I am would hardly touch it utmost value to ladies suffering from inÂ¬ was likely to call shortly At first I re- Â¬ grounds outside He had he admitted Grant of Tullybardane and never a fused but on consideration I decided to wondered who he could be and had To crystallize fruit pick out the fin Â¬ ternal fever congestion inflammation est of any kind of fruit leave in the or ulceration By druggists dearer or lovelier home had Scottish go out and have my hair cut and then fancied that he must be some very in Â¬ SMITHS TONIC SYRUP m When I went into the library I found stones beat the whites of three eggs to Be- Â¬ man to dwell in My wife often laughs to return and see if theyoung man were timate friend or some one connected BULLS SARSAPAHILLA Why is a locomotive like a comet with the establishment He had never Sydney in a dead faint on the floor I a stiff froth lay the fruit in the beaten cause it has a headlight and carries a long BULLS WGftM DESTftOYE at me for being so fond of the place there Wben I came back some twenty min Â¬ heard him speak certainly He had rushed to the bell and rang it till its cgr with the stems upward drain and train X Y Tdegram But then the strangest event of mv life The Popular Remedies of the Day utes later the small office was full of not as yet questioned an of the other tones went pealing and clashing through beat the part that drips off again select Harvest Excursions is bound up with its possession And people As XJ he had the house Then I raised the boy in my them out one by one and dip them into about him I enered something in the On August IS September 8 and 22 the Principal OMee 881 Mala St L0OSYII turely I may well remember and be look of the place and the attitude of the servants only been a But then in the arms and carried him easily into the a cup of finely powdered sugar Cover Chicago few days himself Northwestern railway will run thankful for that event for without it figures struck me as familiar SCHCXEXSAXS The blood from the cuts a pan with a sheet of fine paper place cheap excursions to Minnesota and Dakota But I house and as yet did not know all the lighted hall yonder lady with the silver hair would dismissed the idea once of the broken glass was running freely the fruit on it and set it in a cool oven for wnich lower rates have been made than The shop- Â¬ people about the place When I told scarely now have been sitting near me man came to meetat RENAISSANCE SOAP But I did When the icing on the fruit becomes have ever before been quoted to these him that no one else in the house had down mv face and hands me For full particulars address R S nd laughing at the follies of an old - j firm pile them on a dish and set them Points had not mind it for felt Copyright Secured air General Passenger Agent Chicago lne young man is here sir he ever heard of such a person Sydney denly come backIto meas if lifewhen sud- in a cool place Boston Budget xaan as she does There Is nothing more plesaUifj taaa a soft my And In fact the was completely staggered Vn free from sores blotcap and pimp le W years ago I was living said and he turned with a wave of his only result of our conversation was to mother and the servants came out and oar SKIX SOJLP Tbat was a smart trick remarked the can ssftly guarantee of the ail n aad scalp the fcest hand 10 a figure behind him The here in the Grange at Tullybardane man who had been presented with a cayenn- cure for all diseases to the public If yoa teat baa round destra a of us grave gathered startled and lamenting ever been presented rniuK of leave on SAVING SEED e-pepper lozenge Chicago Ledger use Jwij The place had come to juy father by beÂ¬ figure advance I It was the figure of a doubts as the the others each elear heiitt njul to sanity if not as us I fell down on my knees beside the per caXe SeW y aX ap Price 2 centa sanec quest not many years before and he good looking boy rather than of a man leading cakes in But before we parted I boy and wept as never I wept I think Timely Hints to TIiom Who Desire to Da Pierces Pellets the original Lit-Â¬ mail on drtigxiaLi or 3cent by a box will ta seat j receipt of 75 Tiad scarce learned to play the lard slight and fair and with the head a lit- Â¬ to his own sugar coated cure sick tle Liver Pills boy raised his face made the boy promise me solemnly that before that day or since 5ood Crops Nevt Season CIXCISX ATI SOJLP COMPAXT Hae before be died and left it to me I was tle drooping As the and bilious headache sour stomach and Sole Manufacturers 1 have no more to tell ClnclaaatU Okt The closet in the very next time he saw this myster Â¬ to look at me I started back Feature We think it well to call the attention bilious attacks By druggists only a boy then aud my mother and I found by a secret Avould summon me at the library opened I DEDERICKS HAT PRESSES care- Â¬ were quite content with our lives ia the j for feature as eear as it could be it ious figure he spring but what hand opened it that of the readers to the need of being once tbecwteBar was the face I had seen in my dream e A Chicago paper says Mr Multum has new home bo there 1 lived and grew seed for another sea-Â¬ tv to save good vs cv re JL keepiBgthees a1 dont know what followed settled in that city Then he is no longer I dont Next dav nothing happened and I terrible night I never knew Among ful IV tip to manhood and therein the course know A7 blm - aaatFuta m whether my conduct appeared meditated dismissing Sydney The day the papers which Sydney had thrust into son The carelessness of preserving in Parvo Texas titftiugs neat of years I fell in love According y verv strange I dont what the bov after an event occurred which changed my hand was the long lost document seed is a notorious fact While it is a ft r one winter morning I rode across to Baldness and dandruff can be prevented LH- JflfcH which confirmed my title to the estate Glen Levannoch aud asked Mr Fra cr said to me or what I said to him l j lln en rrnnt rf mv thniiorlif whinli Sydney was for long very ill but at last well understood fact that like in the by using Halls Hair Renewer uuinino relieves only temporarily m to give me his daughter to b my wife have onlv a vague idea that I generally thank God altered my whole life since with careful nursing I know my moth- Â¬ vegetable workOpractically produces fever and ague- - Ayers Ague Cure cures Of course I had found out beforehand assented to everything And I know and which has made Sydney Loch the er and did all we could for him and like in thousands of cases seed is just permanently I that when P K DEDER1CK A CO Albany M Y that Miss Fraser was not unwilling to be Sydney I went home to Tullybardane most faithful friend I have saved from poor as from was late in the afternoon a winter somebody else who shall be nameless as likely to be IOih went with ine as my man It Of course its the saline quality of the given It dusk I was upstairs in my bed room did more than we he recovered and good specimens and then the seed that sea that makes it easy to sail in Yonkers Well we had a long interview and Tullybardane is a desolate place has ever since remained with me the results in brief were thee 1 had lies in a narrow gorge which runs down writing a letter to Nelly vowing that I Neither of us ever spoke much of the is gathered is not well taken care of Gazette Farmer Butchers and others CIW Ell CH The hill- - sioue wouju never ir ve ner up aim b eemg The re ult is disappointment in the next Women Admiration win who use 3eft home tolerably confident as one is straight to the shore onr tATJB XAKE of things we had seen that winter day years crop and finally the conclusion Sulphur So kv to improve the skin Glenns nsetile Hand Kip Batcher Bade0W riLERa to Proalns aa wont to be at four and twenty and I up on o ther hand and end in tumbled no prospect of ever being abe to claim The mystery of my inheritance is ther cut better than Haik rocks and ea ern- - wheie the szn foam her for mv wife It was that hour when Hills50c and Whisker Dye Black or kinds of Saw Rso Illustrated circulars eTer Tw Filers free for rES Ad is reached that the particular variety returned about as dejected and IndigÂ¬ dress E KOTO BKO-- Nzw Oxtokd Peea breaks and the s 11 waves sing into the night a mystery still and men will bury it was run out with the grower and he Brown The the dav begn- -j to nant as any reasonable man ever was Only this I us in our graves Cocntry board that is much sought after Mr Fraser was an old friend He had old grange - aramblngliouse From its and shadows have grown gigantic and with and will tell you that from that goes to the expense of buying fresh w niovv vou can look over the beach mens thoughts are turning toward din Â¬ know been one of my guardians He was my is very likely too that such in the summer the guide board Boston eed It quick hour to this Sydney has never seen a men do not properly plant and care for Bulletin the CMS WHESE All EISI FAKS fathers executor 1 expected my decla Â¬ aud only it falling gardens separate ner Sudden y I wa- - rou ed by a called ghost again Best CcuKh Sjrorx Tastes good Use On the right hand is lhe step and a knock at the door I afflicted with Sore Eyes use Dr Isaac ration to be heartily welcomed Tully Â¬ you from the crops for carelessness in one direc- Â¬ m time feoia oy araiarisxs Ir So 1 am Grant of Tullybardane and tion is pretty bardane is a better property than Glen Jbrary whch f iees down a longavenueÂ¬ out Come in and Sydney appeared apt to imply carelessness ThompbonsEye Water Druggists sell it 25c Levannoch What was there to stand of fir- - to the ea and beyond the libra on the threshold He looked very pale the heiress of Glen Levannoch is my in all directions and then he Book in our way But when 1 came back I ry stretches the deserted part of theL and excited as tar as 1 could see him by wife Boston Sunday Herald the seedsman blame But not lendkeeping taught in ona lesson Do them house which for years the dim light of mv candles and he felt like a man who has beeu stunned by seedsman be may the it JVb Opium in Pisos Cure for Consump- Â¬ a treacherous blow All of a Midden have ben me ming to repair The li Â¬ t spoke in a strange o ce docs not alway- - sll as good seed as he 1 bT a pmtUT remedy feria stnr HOHSE BACK RIDING He is there sir the old gentleman brary was ralier a gloomy room com tion Cures where other remedies fait 25c tosMadt at cue or Us went kind ntiJKwm ifluiM -- hou Id at Isac tajtg for the first tme in my life 1 learned and even a careful grower will hart beca cured Indeed ra itionr Is raj tHh la 1W earaer by a long pa sage with in gray in the pa sage that my title to Tullvbardane wa not municating only will lead TWO BOTTLES FRSX topttoTta a TJU It is better to save tilt I The Diileront Styles of tho Cowboys and be di appointcd be- 3so man would haug a picture tUBLE TKEATB5 ca Ui dUeaeeto a7 nAnr St I jumped up and was following him beyond dispute I heard that a certain the other inhabited part- - of the houe our own seed if we wiil take the pains cause of its gilt Orange Observer frame the Cross Country Men treusadratddreu OBT JUSLOCUX IK ruct 91313 Indeed the whole house was rather in a moment It must have been well document had long been lifting from Lat spring I had to leave the East in to make a careful selection for then we KANSAS the ttle ded and that Ill that docu Â¬ lonely For my elf I never minded past six oclock and yet the lights in the midst of the hunting season to join will know precisely what we have and S iW I ment were found 1 eoul 1 never be that but I fancy it struck my new serv Â¬ the corridor were still unlighted ma rea onabh expect that we will get 1 21 WW 1 1 i For Salaoa Eaay Terms looked all around but couidsee no one a round up in the cattle country ol what we want another year It is folly to entirely secure in 1113- - own home But ant as a bit -- olitarv and weird Bt t soil wfN watered Maps and para phlet furnished freo on appUcatata 1 -- ad in a whisper for I Western Dakota and it was curious to sa e the seed of weak plants Now I must tell ou about the doWhere what was far worse under the circum Â¬ By what cold attxeis that ireak back AY T Srery strain or Ai asaiBKura ow vnnnij ana neariy prostrate ju stances Mr informed me he ing- of this yomig fillow A day or think the gloom and the boys strange compare the totally different style- - ol proee s of reasoning can we expect could not encourage my suit for his afcr my return both my mother and I looks had frightened my common sense ridiiif of the cowboys and the cross-Â¬ strong plant- - from the seeds gathered began to notice something -- trange out of me Slaughters band Seed has a natural men A stock saddle weighs from such plants Sydney took me by the arm and pont country What followed I dont qute remem about him It was not that I did not to degenerate and that ten- Â¬ tendency ber 1 have a haunting fear that 1 lost like him for I look a strong faucy to ed I felt he was trcniblng all over thirty or forty pounds instead of ten or dency must bj combated and it can be -t dirty And for mv own part an uncomfortable fifteen and needs an utterly different combated only by making careful selec- Â¬ my temper and that on one sde or the him at one and here V A tion f live- - to this dy less I chill teemed to be creeping through my seat from that adopted in the East Sonic seed pla nly shows that it oh r a good1 deal of strong language years after he L A3 i ES H ealth sad was used cowboy rides with very long stirrups has no permanence of characteristics know I stvore I would think of a servant to us than a faithful limbs and how to preserre them This eler gan t work is fall of importast iafers There sir there dont vou see sitting forked well doVn between his We plant it and it produces -- omcthing never give Nell up not even if I were and trusted friend But certainly hs tioutoeverywoman Sxxryaxsoa re behavior wa- - odd and the first thing we him at the top of the tair pommel and cantel and depends that in some marked partcular is not turned out of Tullybardane neck and Hes high ceipt of address and 5 stamps r tae crop next day Of course it was very ob erved was lhi beckoirng us to follow come EXTRACT JSXIKCTXXIA JJetTOiC Jf K greatly upon mere balance In cutting what we expected Xow it is folly to One afternoon I was sitting with my I -- trained my eyes in the direction out a steer from a herd in sitting a replant such seed ioolMi but then the circumstances Unless the plant it FACE HA5DS FEET Mv where he pointed but could discern bucking broncho in stopping a night produces is perfect seed from the plant were exceptional Wlrn I got home I mother in the drawing room 1 lior Iperias inuiuJUr S31 Mjnt for the attorney and for the next mothi r had ordered tea Per onally 1 nothing However 1 caught hold of stampede of many hundred maddened can not reasonably be expected to give SsperSaeiu 09k9 r Derelopezieat Mad freckleHaw Slrta Jhrta Sri Ko Aem Mala Warti four days 1 did noth ng I think except am afraid of these unwholesome drink- - Sydney1- - arm and followed him silently animals or in the performance of a satisfaction ck Hwli Scn Rtslatr ad te4r truhnaa It often requires many siirrepti-tiou- - like a sheep I did so I can not at hundred other Why feats of reckless and years of selcction breedinir some call it-consult lawyers and look over papers and never have taken to that a7SrearlSJUtUT3X EisVdtoW Se lrtGrMk fa lron of working in an extra this moment conceive and rummage ever hole and corner of daring horsemanship the cowboy is to invest seed witii permanence of char- Â¬ The boy let the way down stairs ap- Â¬ absolutely unequaled and when he has acteristics the Grange for the missing deed But meal in the afternoon But 1 was sit Â¬ The term pedigree has THE with her and miking very discon- Â¬ parently keeping his eye- - fixed on some Â¬ his own horse gear he sits his animal been attached to seed and not inappro-Â¬ what Mr Fraser had told me proved to ting Werfc Wax colors Aepoa BEST TONIC Flower Supplies Sead for oar various otjloyiaa solately fori felt thoroughly depre-s-thing he could -- ee in front I held him with the grace of a centaur and yet he priately If a variety can be clearly e only foo true Msil orders solicited HOFFXAX5 SXes In the week that followed 1 remember Presently Sydney came in with some blindly We went down ami across the is curiously helpless the first time he traced back through the different stages Strengthens the Muscles lSSXaU Street CladaaaU eu Steadies the Nerves Glrea New Tiger three things distinctly not that they cup- - of tea on a tray a detestable plan hall and then out of the front door into gets astride of one of the small Eastern of its origin its hi tory may add much Earlcbes the Blood HABIT were In themselves important but that of taking tea if vou mu t take it but the cold air It was quite dark outside saddles Last summer while purchas- Â¬ to the degree of esteem in which it is Mr A FniSBiraTGleTeland Ohio says Infallible reflaedyv Net a particle yais Im troubled with tsrrible pains in my back and I could the bore upon that strange event which one to which my dear mother wa par- Â¬ though one or two blurred stars were ing cattle in Iowa one of my ranch held iL PaT wfeea cared Haadaeme feeai many different remedies sot stoop orer I free DRCJ WEA THJEKB Y Kaasaa CKy Me made a turning pont in my life The tial He handed the tray to my mother flickering palely and the moon I foremen had to get on an ordinary sad Â¬ The carrot is frequently referred to to without relief Two tned ol Browns Iron Bitters bottles cured first is that I rode over to Glen Levan Â¬ and he handed it to me Then to our thought was struggling behind a cloud dle to ride out of town and see a ranch show what care in the selection of seed entirelyDairrzi me TO SS ABA SaaisteawertaSl Hodges 3u7 Ma FREE lines not under the bonds faet Write lse he walked straight across the Round the house we went faster and of steers He is perhaps the best will do and what carelessness in the rflle Ky says I was troubled Serenth St toais noch and wa told that Mr and Miss surp with Nearshd and BRDTSTI8 S1TSTT KXI3 KJt CS JeHy3faa hare been Fraser had left home to stay with friends room to a big armchair that stood near faster into the gardens at the back and rider on the ranch and will with- Â¬ Kime uirection may result in it tne pains in my back ofIBrowns Irongreatly benefited by Bitters using two bottles The second Is hat my the window aud handed the tray to the down the sIodcs toward the sea Syd- Â¬ out hesitation mount and master sen of carrot is not acefully pre Â¬ in Edinburgh A for S Ht Genuine has above Trade Mark and crossed rd line Yon rut Me nortadelaea oemfe who acted as footman and empty chair But the armchair or it ney seemed to be dragging me along beasts that I doubt if the boldest rider served it will actually turn into a weed man George on wrapper Take no other Madoonlyby PWZISGtKR A CO FfeUaaetfilat jrj of our Eastern hunts and though plants in general will retain WffN TPtff fit ii r valcMo rae got drunk one night and invisible occupant refused it apparent Â¬ Once 1 caught a glimpse of his face and in one left the bouse door wde open for ly and the man withdrew I am en Â¬ I -- aw it was deadly white although his would care to tackle yet his uneasiness ther distinctive character under neglect CTTOAraCMfAX which I have not ceased to thank Provi Â¬ dowed with a large fund of Scottish eyes were stranmg wildly after the on the new saddle was fairly comical much better than the carrot will still COLLFGEof LIW Chicane TallTarai beÂ¬ dence ever since Now as a rule I am humor and 1 burst out laughing My phantcm he was following Still he went At first he did not dare to trot and tho theie is an unmistakable tendency to UKtAMbALM gins bepwzt For circalar add K Booth CSreagev on and on We were nearmg the beach least plunge of the horse bid fair to un- Â¬ degenerate In the selection of seed lenient to these failings Yhskv I re- - mother was equally perplexed BmWiPrAu FifSeea LFSBALr FEXAIS COLUE6 He must have thought there was now and I could hear the surf beating seat him nor did he begin to get accus-Â¬ too we should have an eye to early ma- Â¬ gret to say has an attraction for men north of Cincinnati Aaaresa A Godsend i jn these northern climates RE V JU D POTTJSR D D Gteadale O-He against the rocks and dimly see the tomed to the situation until the very turity The plants that mature the But some one stting there she said the two carl est are the ones from which the Elys Cream Balm whether it was that I was out of sorts must very short sighted poor boy white cr sts of the waves hangng in the end of the journey In fact 2S9S AJfJC E t foggy night Now we were on thebeah kinds of riding are so very different that seed should be selected It is always de-Â¬ I had catarrh Jor 3 MSSsSSLW or wnether Jt was that mv mother was It s very strange T 1 1 TY rJ Jly 1J3 1 xnow out 1 resoiveu aiarmeu3 l uon li 1 lie must oe as ounu as a oat l an I felt the -- eaweed under my feet and a man only accustomed to one feels al- Â¬ sirable too that fruit and vegetables years Need nose 1 Still the boy dragged me most as ill at ease when he first tries the should be as nearly uniform in ap Â¬ aould stumbled 10 ihrkb an exainpie ami tunica tne swereu or else nave Deen piaym a man out of the house the next dav practical joke on us I never saw anv- - along Now we must b on the brink other as if he had never sat on a horses pearance as it is pos ible to have thought the sores of the water 1 thought and shivered back before It is rather funny to see a them IJST OjF DISEAXS A very cou iderable de teovld never heal The third incident was more Important thing so absurd in my life But in the next few days I was des-- Th m I put out my other hand and man who only knows one kind and is Tee of unifomity can be in Â¬ Elts Cream Balm and shall be told at length ALWAYS CURAHJK BY WEM 1 am a good sleeper conceited enough to think that that is sured by selecting seed from the plants has cured me Jfrs I dont dream tined to see stranger things I asked clutched at Sydneys arm 1 don t believe m dream warn- - Sydney if he were shortsighted but he much In Gods name where are you really the only kind worth knowing that arc uniform There is very great JT A Jackson frequently in this partcu- Â¬ Portsmouth V JT I have no faith denied the charge with warmth And going I said in a terrified whisper when first he is brought into contact careles-ne-- s ings and such thing- uiougn j Know jor a zaei vet tne more 1 watcneu mm the more A particle Is applied Into each nostril and Is agreeable in gnosis The boy did not answer He stopped with the other 1 wo or three times i lar Even in selecting such common atdraggtsts aendfor cts by mall that my cousins the Mac Mock- - have a obvious was it that he was alwav meet- - dead The darkness was thick about have known men try to follow hounds seed a- - corn there - so much careless- Â¬ ouae Price 5oBROTHERS orDrngslats Owego KY lrcular ELY liaushee in their family as a fact 1 sav ing invisible people Once as 1 chanced us We were standing in a mist and on stock saddles which nre about as ill ness that several varetes are often But about that time I used to try and to see him coming down stairs I dis even the blurred stars had faded out suited for the purpose as they well can m ed to its detriment as a salable dream of a certain lady and so one tiuetly saw him draw back pressing Suddenly 1 felt a wave break over my be while it is even more laughable to commodity night I fell asleep and I dd dream And himself agau t the wall as if to allow feet And at that moment hissing out see some young fellow from the East or Productiveness - a matter that no arjainuu Wf WM1S FLMU th s is what I dreamed an invisible person to pa s Another and echoing acros- - the darkness there from England who thinks he knows en- Â¬ one ned be told should be regarded Raeaaaaifew I thought I was in Ednb argh stand- - time I aw him walk to the front door grated in my ears the sound of a harsh tirely too much about horses to be taught A product ve plant as well a- - a pro Â¬ Saves aad Calls Barsa aad Scalds -lug m Princes street and let me find open it and hold it a if for an in and hollow laugh the very laugh I had bv barbarians attempt to do cow work duct ve variety should be the one IScct la the world et tbe genuine Syarvis Crasks Stlaga aad Sites iry packnze has oar SYERTWIIEKE an --1reet in England or anywhere else j visible visitor to pa s out After that I heard in my dram with h s ordinary riding or hunting rig selected for seed Certain tree- - rr Marked Fraxara SOUTrade raarlt aad I Screnr Warav- Grafr Cats aad Braises winch can compare with thai and wait-- could stand it no longer I am the The gloom was so den e that could Each kind is best in its own place and more fruitful than other which seem to gwraiaa ArStltckea Feet Xat JIC AH ing by the Waverly Moiument Op- - worst possible hand at fault finding only see the outline of Mdneys body the man only accustomed to one will at be e pially as favorably situated and No Rope to Cut Off Horses Manes Ceatrasted SCaseles xAiaax fiaijl positr me was a hotel wnich I suppose j with servants but I was determined to though 1 wa- - grasping him with mv first find himself at a disadvantage when everything points to the conclusion that CeieDraiea JBXIjDUZ aCombined Stiff Joints Swiaay wiisrs EK and So that t two hands There wa a perfect si he tries the other It must bo said how- Â¬ such trees hare within themselves can not be alippedby may horse Sam I was watching for out of it presently have an explanation of this Backache any the US j lence came a- - clear and vivid as in life Nelly afternoon I spoke to Sydney Mill I stood there motionless ever that in all probability cowboys superior productiveness The same is pie Halter to part ofSold by all freeonrecelptofSl ratleas SarsTeet Saddlery Hardware and Harness j 1 said blnntly he Eraser with a veil over her head Sydne are vou l rooted to the rocks luen lleU the would learn to ride well across country true of plants Xow this difference Dpalen Snecial discount to the PrartBltea came slowlv toward me and lifted her gh en to seeing ghosts boy start again toward the hone An- Â¬ much sooner than the average cross- Â¬ can not be explained but the demon Â¬ Trade CTSend for Prlce LlstJ aad an exsraal diseases aad every aertf veil revealing a face so white and nfs- I sir he answered with a smile of other wave washed up against my feet as country rider would master the dashing strated faet is before us and the be t jC- - LisuTHOcsRochesterNY tee seaeral use la faat3y stable aad ataak yssd is eralilc that I scarcely knew it and then a tonishment No sir I never saw a I turned with him ami began to ascend to and peculiar style of horsemanship we tan do is to recoguize it and select THE BBST OF AM T stepped forward she raised one ghost in my life the gardens again The fog was grow Â¬ shown by those whose life business it is our seed from the best It is not unfre across the gorge of the quently the case that the difference in thlStat to cell WONljEKFUXiJElGXT Then what do you mean baal Jinn pointing up I broke ing thinner Presently it parted and a to guara the wandering herds 9 Bie toward the High street hill vanislu d out by behaving in the way you have felfoug wiud seemed to have risen sud- - great Western plains A cavalry officer vield is attributed to other causes Bia srtizacirenisj Profits Bio Bcsrssss ycr fSN ana Boaaooxuj qr particulars J - ln0 moving mist Then the shadows lieon ftninrr xow 1 couia uis- trained at West Point is perhaps for when as a matter of fact the difference mi he ueniv out 01 tne sea Tt IuVtbi t shift imd shmffle tbcsiselves Tho boy stared Evidently he thought j t nctly see Sydney ees fivtd on the all round work not unlikely to Burpasa in the quality of seed is the snie cause rrnrt l urtfl th OPIUM 7ra6BtlT out oarae Mother Tiilon me off my head J determined to fpeak inv sble thing before him f could as a horseman both cawbov and fox Lot us urcnare to stive ww- to m my t ktfc too that Theodore Rvosevclt t Century 41l mora gently nm J i were mounting the j hunter lYssltm JlumU season chaagred Hazel Gbeen Hebaux tasdinr but all the fiurroiirulinzs hd Yetaoryeee te pale avenue of trees and from the dis- - I taut windows of the library a dim light was casting shadows down upon our faces But we did not make for thosa windows My guide turned off to the left and we entered the deserted part of the house I felt utterly spellbound i seemed to have lost all power of vo liton I believe I should blindly ha7e followed tiiat boy to my death We had plunged into a labyrinth of shadowy rooms leaving the outer air How we got into that part of the house I cannot tell I had not beeu there for years Sydney could never have been in it and yet he led me on rapidly and never faltered or hesitated once 1 think the moon must have come out for there was a faint light shining through the windows as we passed and by that light he guided me We crossed several empty rooms and passages and at last came out into a long corridor That too we traversed At the further end a door opened before us I stepped through it into my own library and stood there in the lamplight gazing stupidly into Sydneys face He too had paused But he never spoke a word nor looked at me His eyes were fixed on a tall bookcase in a corner of the room Presently he began to move slowly toward it and I still holding him followed Then as we approach- Â¬ ed it to my utter amazement the whole bookcase swung back upon its hinges revealing a small closet which I had never seen before with some dusty rolls of paper lying on a shelf within it With a weird cry Sydney sprung forward wrenching himself from my He seized the papers snd grasp tnrning thrust them into my hand Then with his face as white as snow and eye distended he raised one arm and pointed to the window In another moment he had tottered back and fallen on the floor But I was already at the window In my frenzy I dashed my shoulder against it The fastening gave The jjlass came crashing down about me fwas outside standing in the chill blue night Bound mo the wind was whining and blustering The fog had melted away Overhead the stars were burning golden The banished clouds had gone But no sign of any human figure man or Only the desolate ghost was there avenue with its fir trees bending over it and at the far end in the dimness the high moon over the whitened sea Hot Weatto r- Hoods Sarsaparilia O- Doe Mils Smitiis ToitiG Sirw FEVER and AGUE -- - DR JOHN BULLS Five-and-thlr- ty 1 thitrming-comptf-xte- -- -- lo - -- ui - 30000 CARPENTERS i i- -- five-and-thr- tv CONSUMPTION mfw i 1 OH MY BACK rSfii SanlllJUvBi Frar wmtm mi i iuj su live-and- BBfiffli 2S Buty SZJ nl gJ15l - ARTISTS OPIUM matelssj 2ft3 5 fCATABnH WLWFiFPsU Stefil Dim I f 65 MOtlTH k 1 -- 1 1 w ii Hdf EEVER MEXICAN i- 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