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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- - iL 4 7 P v m v5 -- The Hazel Green xiERALDT SPEHCER COOfER Owner and Editor THE HRAXI OF A OISY WOULD TOTH iKETVTS EKOM AJjL KATIOKS 8 1S86 REPTILES A 100 A YEAR Always in AftMCt 28--- - OA w WJm volume n POPPma THE QUESTION feflwtaf ui - HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER desperate anger because she allowed herfclf after a years hard saving to buy some calico for a Sunday dress I know an old couple parents of a num- Â¬ ber of grown up children who at cer-Â¬ tain seasons in the year as regularly as clock work are intoxicated Every thing that is found in the house is taken to the tavern and exchanged for vodka and thus by the time they begin to real- Â¬ ize their horrid positiona good portion of linen grain flour and eggs is gone The husbands anger then Khowsno limits ahtl the pojor feeble wife who probably is the least to blame suffers from her lord all insults imaginable I know a quiet and peaceful young peasant who after being constantly ridiculed by his comrades for being too lenient with his wife for allowing her to have too much to sav slapped her face upon one solemn occasion in the presence of his friends merely for the sake of denying this degrading accusa tiiand establishing his reputation as her master Such is the lot of a peas-Â¬ ant woman She is perfectly aware of the ill treatment awaiting her in her fu-Â¬ ture home jet she is satisfied and re- Â¬ signed to her fate Oftentimes however it happens that a peasant marries not only without havÂ¬ ing the faintest idea ot the girls char- Â¬ acter but almost without having had a chance to exchange a few words- with her This is generally done at the time when for some reason or other there i3 no possibility of marrving any of the girls of his own village and when marry he must On a fine morning the bridegroom dressed np in- his best woolen svita with the brightest red colored belt high sheepskui hat and newest of boots may be seen proudly starting out in company with a few elderly and experienced peasants enÂ¬ gaged for thijsj purpose by the bride- Â¬ grooms parents in search of a good girl Ho house containing a girl is - NUMBER IN cK 3B beau yll omiieJBg tlnac a iyoolns fUimHifmyMvoi liis woe Stiw tet aklkl wokw jgfee - Farewell sister Thy new home expects thee Farewell slater farewelL THE DAIRY NOT A SUCCESS MEXICO by Thonsand mi PITH AND POINT Collars and cuffs are hoV-- wonTf very limp by someiotosc H fzmp fJalL oath eMt m hr pa waa jcoiag South T la rely river nCii i game i XHnsytna-ShettUe yoKk elated aMRusestoe A1wcm he Crte Mvte6ee aad waited Mta -- rouefe ef hei wt cot - Mh s4e trofecc xl Jb rata The lover was so stupid Ah me fee trigbed I must be olaln D give b eeHrage Capidl -- JWwR Key West you know Rsylr laHrhed whakhvlforrtraBgers What must I say ir pasbbuld co JL To wars Jura ot UVfiapgers i on toll we spoke the lover flushed A raid to sMke 8jestlon HUy Oharlie I yelll ssv jihft blushed J -- H t Vaj0- tbfi KpvlVfiSt shun of both solemn sc row and glory The bridegroom was soon placed by the right hand of his sweetheart After a round treat was made and some fellow an improvised speaker made up a speech one of4 the bride s brothers a young boy of fifteen bent her head and with a pair of shears in his hand threatened to cut off her locks Another ransom of five or ten kopeks was offered and thus the brides beautiful locks were spared The crowd at the same time amused themselves in the yard The masicians an old blind fiddler arid two young fel- Â¬ lows with drum and cymbals were hard at work The red cheeked dyivkas at tired in their bright skirts and ribbons as well as tlie paroboks in their Sunday It was a moment 1 Cried certainly lie popped and she if C Dodge in Tid Hits KUSSIAN MARRIAGES Th GoodWifeMust Be a Smkrt Field Hand The Model - IlHKband Should Show Ills Authority Huntinjj for a llride -- iS5scffH at the WeiiAlns V X Work at Ouce vi a great philosophical and practical trutk r The constant pressure of every Â¬ day secessities on the one hand and its direct result the absence of higher in- Â¬ terest and purposes in life on the other efficiently account for the peasant be iBg cool calm and reserved even on occasions when jeople of a higher civil Â¬ ization would undoubtedly display their better and softer natures In selecting a companion for lifcM the Kusan paobok young fellow is generally guided by tlie advice of his parents or elders and by the conventional standard of what a peasants wife should be Ac- Â¬ cording to bis ideal she must in the first place be of a strong and hearty constitution not afraid of hard work willing industrious in short in every regard fulfill the hard duties which her future bome may impose upon her In the second place she is supposed to be-Â¬ come absolutely the slave of her hus- Â¬ band Whatever the lord husband de- Â¬ cides upon the slave wife must consent to else ill treatment in its various bru- Â¬ tal formB is sure to follow the poor woman till death puts an end to her wretched life A pretty face is a matter of second- Â¬ ary or no importance whatever to the peasant who using his own words is not to put his wife on the market for sulc The promptness with which a girl binds tie sheaves in the field is suf- Â¬ ficient to enchant the wealthiest of the lxjasants in the villaere It wins her a good many admirers among the paro boks cyen of the surrounding viliajres CHicn ft girl ugly though she may be eUkgood chances of making a profit- Â¬ able and advantageous match that is of securing a home where she is sure that fresh rye bread borsch salt pork and such like delicacies will always adorn her ta ble A comparatively o peasant is oftvn seen to marry a poor and rather ugly girl because the latter answers the ideal standard When once a parobok with his pa- Â¬ rents1 consent of course has made up his mind to marry a certain girl noth- Â¬ ing can make Mm go back on his de Â¬ cision Disregarding any obstacles that may be in his wajr he is as firm as a Tock in carrying out his xurPose Whenever an opportunity of seeing the sweet object offers itself to him It is srenerallv taken advantage of and thu something like a courtship springs npbetweea the young lovers This uulIUl JO Jl AJVJ ALU UUlilllUlI auu is of the simplest character The parobok frequently visits his dyevka but this is generally done when the parents of the latter arc in the land of dreams A stable or a pig shed a corner of whichj jo wiicii iuuiiu io w occupieu oy a jieasant girl as a summer residence answers the purpose of a reception room or a parlor It is there in that iioprovwed parlor where young lovers reveal their bearts to each other It is there amid the darkness and silence of the night with nothing to be seen and noAing Jo be heard except possibly tfcejaorihag of a pig which upon such an occasion falls like the sweet souril of music Hpon the ears of thoeengagd in amr6us coaversations it Js there that a peasant may for once In his life feel inspired Indeed that disagreeable and apparently Saconsequental snorting of the pig is often a source of great pleasure andinpiration for the peasant 1 is in its way an aria which often reminds him of days gone by an aria which fills his heart with hope and o lorv for ahe future But here too practical talk about every day rural life predom- Â¬ inates The- - discussion of a days work or the god or bad qualities of a horse a cow a pig and so on is not at all unlikely to be the topic of conversation between lovers When once the mo mentary iaepiration has xanished neither a word Bor an exnression in theface of eftiher the parobok or the the rgin signifies any thing beyond the ordinary dry transaction of practical --- walls that adorn the hut but Its contents says a Russian prov- Â¬ erb which simple though it is implies It is not the - passed by well-to-d- tomary salutation such as health be to you good people and immediately without btatins around the bush ap- Â¬ proach the subject This business like transaction it is worth while mention- Â¬ ing is often carried on in the absence of the girl directly concerned in the matter The bridegroom upon such occasions is supposed to have but little or nothing to say The conversation is carriedon between tlie parents of the girl and those entrusted with this im- Â¬ portant mission If the girls parents for some reason or other do not intend to let their child be married at present the guests are politely told so and after inquiring if there are any suitable girls in that immediate neighborhood they leave the house As a general thing however the party experiences no dif-Â¬ ficulty in obtaining the object desired After the parents have decided the girl is summoned at once and here fre- Â¬ quently ensues a scene worthy of an art-Â¬ ists brush She takes her place bj the stove and without lifting her eyes bit-Â¬ ing her nails and assuming the most in- Â¬ nocent facet frequently keeps the party waiting for a long while before the laconic yesCdaisextorted frougher There is hardly need of adding that when once the parents decision is made no prayers or tears on the girls part can alter it A rope and strap brings the most stubborn tchado to terms As soon as the busy caon is over the marriage season takes its place It gen- Â¬ erally lasts from the middle of Septem- Â¬ ber till late in November The young folks begin to prepare themselves for the approaching festivities Women have their hands full in preparing vari- Â¬ ous fancy baked dishes and other things suitable upon such occasions men m bottling the vodka engaging musicians and working about the house The vil- Â¬ lage which only a few weeks ago looked as though it were forsaken assumes now a gay and lively appearance Every villager is now more or less in a state of excitement But here thf bride dressed in a brocaded short skirt with half a dozen folds in a charming long or sleeveless garment called korsyet her hairfullpf bright and streaming rib bons ana flowers starts out accom- Â¬ panied ly her girl fricndvcalled druzhka Â¬ Â¬ hunting party say a few words of Upon entering the house the wife cus-Â¬ svitas kept on dancing and jumping till a very late hour in the night Vodka was occasionally served and thus little byTittle the happ7 and glorious time df the old zaporog Cossacks began to arise before me But time of parting came at last and the crowd dispersed appar- ently in the best of humor Now and then amid the deep silence of the night a few words of cheer concerning the wedding or a scrap of song were still heard from various parts of the small yillage On the following day the young couple accompanied by some of their friends and relatives start out to pay short visits to various friends in the vil lagc where soiuo scanty wedding presents are collected atthe same time After this is done all return to the home of the brides parents where an epicurean dinner consisting of borshch wiUijiork is waiting for them Then follows the scene of tlie brides taking her leave of her parents brothers sis- Â¬ ters and some girl friends who come to see her oft Thisjs one of the most touching scenes that I ever witnessed The young couple standing in the mid- Â¬ dle of the room with their heads bent receive the blessing from the brides parents Upon such an occasion the bride of course is not able to control her tears which How like a stream from her eyes and the bridegroom looks pale and is apparently touched Towards evening the bride may be seen on her way to her new home where some do- Â¬ mestic duty such as milking the cow may expect her that very evening S S tikidclski in Philadelphia Times ROOM AT THE TOP Spoken by One of Amcri WorTf Wisdom cas Great Humorist tonVirner-relatiW-a-ari- d wedding Every one she meets whether friend or stranger greeted witjyi bow nearly to the ground That nieanTYbu ore welcome good people to attend my wedding Verv often I used to avafl- myself of such opportunities What in terested yme most the first time I attended a peasants wedding was the sight of tlie lively crowd that r surrounded the izba hut where thernvedding took place The gloomy and stern expression so natural to Jhe peasant it seemed to me was tion changed to onc of joy and happiness He would smile pleasantly iflic werej No uproar no strong language- - in asked even to make so simple a thing short not the least sign of any thing as a ten cent tin dipper without previ Â¬ rough could be noticed in the lively ous instruction in the art but all green crowd alLbebaved in a juanner wortliy and ignorant wordy pompously as- Â¬ of people of aiigjieri standard of cuf sertive ungrammaficaK and jvth a ture The brWes father who upon vague distorted knowledge of men and such occasions is called svat by every the world acquired in a back country body passed around the crowd and village he will serenely take up so dan Â¬ treated all who wereJpresent as well as gerous a weapon as a pen and attack he could from a large bottle of vodka the most formidable subject that finance and a woodendish full of slices of wheat commerce war or politcs can furnish bread which answered the purpose of him withal It would be lauglfttble if it wedding cake Wishes for the prosper Â¬ were not so sad and so pitiable The ity of the newly married couple of the poor fellow would not intrude upon the parents of the bride bridegroom and of tin shop without an apprenticeship but all good people in general as well as is willing to seize ami wield with un for the eternal peace of the dead were practicecl hand an instrument which is heard upon all sides able to overthrow dynasties change re- Â¬ But here the ringing of a bell some Â¬ ligions and decree the weal or woe lof what startled the crowd Ah the nations Mark Twain in Library bull- Â¬ A few moments later etin bridegroom three wagons each with a troika or span of three horses stopped in front Love Making in Washington 4 of the gate Asthebridegjoom accom paniedby his parents andrelatives was Darling said a young department As the reader can see for himself the about to enter tlie 3ard a number of clerk to a pretty Georgetown girl whose peasant enters the bonds of matrimonv with a long rope in their I wast his arm encircled what do you reason on earth but fraothernard working slave that of ands placed themselves on each side think But a of the gate thus signifying that jour dear papa would say if I jcring a w wise sayings of his own will illustr- not unless a ransom lor the bride were to ask him for your hand ft ate-his views of married life more was paid would the party be allowed to I dont think hed like it Harrv jj forcibly than mere description A enter An offer of a tchetvert gallon she lisped liard worTdng wife is like a good milk-in- of vodka was made but this they de-Â¬ No he said in dismay for ho obwr one sxmnlies with milk lhn clined to accept One gallon more thought he was very dense with the old other with linen A disobedient j brought the paroboks to terms and the gentleman Why not No wie- is nice a wua norse the more bridegroom led by his father and one of he she smiled Because dear 3aohoG she gets the tamer she becomes his relatives entered the gate with tri- Â¬ wouldnt want his only daughter Toloveawife is to strike her upon umph After some difncultv bv closelv mutilated in that manner Ask for all every witableoooasion And to strike following the bridal partv succeeded j of me Harry and I have a vagne bus- a wife Hpoa every suitable occasion in gaming entrance into the i7ba ihe picion you will get me mighty quick ahatetoa A day aiter marrying hgr is first sight that met my eyes was the Harry gave her a squeeze aa big ns a mm mwmmwrfmf mppaf ft pSBtrj ferldi RUtinr at tho head of the tablo dmo mnecum nnnqonda and naw tho nmlyan froods most i rmmmt ki wiiewjms MAsnt wspig fritter let1while the lutycr id j futliur next day In a withe susqcssfnl J bis i sacgi manner fYiungtM -- friendslo the -- Literature like the ministry medi- Â¬ cine tlie law and all other occupations is cramped and hindered for want of men to do the work nor want of work to do When people tell you the re- Â¬ verse they speak that which is not true If you desire to lct this you need only to hunt up a first class editor repoi ter busness manager foreman of a shop mechanic or artist inanyabranch of in dustryjand tniohirehim rYou will find lhat he is already hired He is sober industrious capable and reliable anil is always in demand He can not get a days holiday except by courtesy of his emplojer or of his city or of the great general public But if you need idlers shirkers half instructed untun bitous and comfort seeking editors im Â¬ porters lawyers doctors and mechanics apply anywhere There are millions of them to be had at the droppings of a handkerchief t i Tlie vounglitcrary aspirant is a very very curious creature He knows that if he wished to become a tinner the master smith would require him to prove the possession of a good charac ter and would require him to promise to stay in the shop three years possi Â¬ bly four and would make him sweep out and bring water and build tires all the first vear and let him learn to black stoves in the intervals If he wanted Jo become a mechanic of anv other kind Tie would have to undergo tliissametedi j ous m paiOy upprcnucesu p ne wanted to become a lawyer would have fifty times worse for he would get nothing at all during his long apprenticeship and add tion would have to pay a large sum for tuition and have tho privilege of boarding and clothing himself The literary aspirant knows all this and yets he haslhchardi t hood to present himself for reccpfion mo iiic literary gunu aim asiv io snare pock than milk grass ariil its high honors and emoluments with- Â¬ Kiicnen reiusc wima jiua out a single twelvemonths apprenticeship to show in excuse for his presump Â¬ -oiwi-doctorj-h- e Biritei butter nice and fair how A JSonr Fangled Experiment Which Was ot Entirely isatisfactory- I wonder what you are are you really Just before Eckson and his wife start whatvyon seem Were you made of grease or cream Boston Fost cdon their bridal tour Ecksonfc5aid Early cut hay is not only the best Wo want to show people that all new to produce a fulf flow of milk butV the ly married people are not silly effect fronVfoedingitis alsoapparent Yes we do Henrv in the quality of the butter made The Now when we get on the tram let dairyman that feeds good early cut hay us not pay any attentiont to each will notfcomplain of colorless crumbs other butter T Flcll and Farm -All right Dry earth is an excellent absorbent Use itfrcelySin the cow stables Well lean apart frorn cacli other and and scatter it pver the floors after act as if we have been iiiarried for ybars cleaning In this way you Can have wont avq m stI pure air milk free from bad flavors Yes Qh J lellyouwhat would bo and inthe kpTing7 manure which has the funniest idea in the world Henrynot lbstrits essence by evaporation r Well take ctmcrent- seats and after 8 Prairie Farmer awhile well get- - acquainted1 Won Some oleomargarine substances are tliatbe nice f quoted as follows Tallow 4- cents per First class splendidpound stearine G to 6wcents common When tliey boarded tho train they grease yellow 41 to415eents aWwhite took opposite seats Ilcriry took up a 5 to 5 centsQuotations are nomiunl newspaper ana lUpino JooKect at the for grease extracted from cholera hpgv wavering landscape After awhile dead horses anddiseased beeveis Henry looked upi and saw the conduc Â¬ Farm Field an du Stockman tor sitting with lollie Henry chuck Â¬ A western dairyman who has been led Thinks shos in love with him l very successful says lAr has but one reckon the bridegroom mused Be ration for his cows and thati crushed ilievo 1ii go forward and take asmoke oats and bran He sells his corn and His cigar musthavebeenunsatisfactory buys oats -- if n for he soon thrcw Jtsaway and resumed his seat opposite his wife The con- Â¬ of bran Corn meal he says is far betterifor fattening cows than ductor was tolling an amusing story making milkr Tliig is a good rule to and Mollie was laughing gleefully She did not even look at her husband work to American Dairyman This is playing it a little too line TheljesPhay feed ever yet discov- Â¬ I like to see good act- Â¬ ered formilk cows is alfalfa and the Henry niused but she acts a little too well best ensilage is made from the ever ing jliie tran stopped at a station and green swell t corn Withthese tro the conductor got up and went out bii t feedscpmblned butter making can bo made a hall more profitable in winter returned immediately and again sat than in the summer In the winter tho down by Mollie Just then a young butter goes tiie highest in tho j market woman came along and asked Henry if she could share his seat He gladly and tho farm labor is the cheapest consented musing that he could play Live Slock Journal even with his wife A few moments Upon the mot of Sydney Smith later while he was busily talking ho upon seeing a herd of cows grazing in saw with a sweotcned thrill of revenge a pasture What would be thought was looking at him At if we were to walk over our bread and that his wife the next station the young woman got butter an alleged dairy oditor com- off tlie train and when tlie conductor menting thereon throws out this im- Â¬ went out Henry sat down by Mollie mense chunk of wisdom The cows 1 know what you want to sit tread unlike that of- thc shcep does down dont for she snapped here Why not turn the land to gold but often de- Â¬ didnt you get off the trail with stroys an immense amount of the pastWhat do yon want to talk that way ure The average farmer might be for precious r inclined to ask What are you going Precious nothing Go on t dont to do about it Western Rural want you here The first requisite for success in 1 suppose you would rather talk to the business of dairying is the dairy- the conductor man Not every man can succeed in Id rather Jalk to anybody that will this business There are some special treat me with respect t qualities needed in a dairyman just as Now darling there are in persons who engage sucDarling nothing Im going to get cessfully in other pursuits Success off the tram and go home that s what depends very much upon the natural Im going to do Im not going to live possession of these characteristics or with you thats what 1 amj aniLwhcu at least such a natural fund of common pa asks irie why Im gomg fo lollmra sense perseverance industry and that you did not treat me with respect as will enable him to You dont love me and never did You tict train himself for his chosen busi used to let on like you dd uutyoudo ness Any man who will make a good even do that any more Mollie farmer can become a good dairyman Go on I lont if he sodesires and that without any Mollie nothing special course of education more than want you here You know Now dont be foolsh he can give himself by the aid of any simple manual which gives plain but how you carried oh with the conductor accurate directions for the various Never saw him before either The mischief- I havent Hes my operations to be performed Dairying is to be regarded as a science and the uncle I was going to introduce you to production of good milk butter or him but I didnt want him tVknow cheese depends upon a close observance rihut we wore married until just before of its rules and it is to the precise we got off the train Mollie tj practice of tliese rules that the dairy Â¬ What man must train himself American Wont 3ou forgive md Agriculturist V I ought notrto you arc so mean I was jcalousaud PIGb IN THE DAfRY Jealous Ono of the 3Iost 5rolltablo Sources of In Yes uroine Enjoyed by Dairymrn I didnt know you loved me enpugh The pig is almost as niueh a part of to be jealous c the dauTasthu cow is The cow is at But I do Dont you love me just a one end the first and the pig at the little lYes more than you doraer -No y The cowffuruisliesthe sumiliesiand the Yes pig turns the tailings so to speak into No you dont preciouSM meatnnd money There would be1 Yes I do darling ijilte 1 A nany dases without If theab people wbrc not lqpking Va great Henry after a short silence kiss you Of course jtheVjsbur arid skimmed milk remarked including Xji buttejunilk could be Its none of theirbusine ii turneddnto vealbeef or more eowsr Put your head on my shbuldet butrto consnrae all the refuse of the IUmn He put his arm around hcrj and wlien daily tacoompahiod- with that of thei kitchen would require the raisinguuf h3fhnngnt that fib one was looking more calves than could be turned into kissed her Do you love mc she asked But aew pgsf jSvjjth a Utile profit i sriveiiJ iclelm I adoreyou care it duarters and gfasSf orclover wil You make mc awful happy a nice run to You wiiriivewithmef wont von1 turn all the refuse of both in ton the Â¬ Country Infested Crcepinjr anil Crvtinjr Creature v - - - - - - -- ecessarj-along-with-plent- Â¬ -- Where one man wants hat Mexican paradises are infested by a others arvwitkP thousand dangerous creeping and here below three want all Ckttigl distance who hailing crawling creatures writes a corre- - Ledger spondent How often have Bctavnntfl Another author of Shakspeacs hmH sighed for suits of battle armor a- s- been discovered Willkw isTgefciBgr to after a delightful day in some gray be about as numerous as Waahiugtoa walled hacienda and an evening of nurses Nina Haven Netai An exchange says that kstwe music and dancing in the great hall of the casa our troubles began in the sol Â¬ inches thick will support a aaff Jf itude of our chamber and ended only midsummer it supports he iceiiwfi a PJuldipki CtUJ With the dawning The fact of being hla entire family The Misses Frixelier obliged to shake sebmions out of the- bliirikets before we dare to ensconce Dreadfully emptvt Brighton just now T pdrselves within tliem316- - chase centi-Â¬ isnt it Till wtf met you pedes and tarantulas frou under ibo seen a soul we knew Mrs Hoey fi5os5 pillowsaridto search the mattresses er tfwas just saying the nH to 3i us for possible serpents lizards and vipers wrjibutwe were remarking nowjijce The FrfccHer gjrls fouattit is not conducive to peaceful slumbers jtwas nor L natures sweet restoflar was time fprunch easly moved when visions of venom- Â¬ Young Lady My dear ProfessorI ous things crawling up the bed- Â¬ want to thank you-- for your Jkftitr posts and spinning downward from YouTnade it all so plaiikthafcLJatxiihIft the wall are dancing before ones nnderstind eyery word- - ProitespjE5yItt weary eyes Especially in the lowlands am truly glad you did understand fe of the tierra caliente eternal vigilance is have studied the subject for about thly the price of safety Imagine your sen- Â¬ tccn years and I flatter myself tht3 sations gentle reader upon awakening can bring the subject within- - feke c- in the morning to see something flutter prehension of the weaXe3fcBetrS3te ing in the breeze upon your window SchoolJournal- aafe lattice or stretched along the floor like saiUhef theater JLU engage you a shining ribbon the castoff skin of a manager tolhc actor iri search of scjob cobra or some other objectionable shake but dmes a e hard just riowa which has been making lis toilet in cant give you anyPattrjKicescj Hjjv- your immediate vicinity over night or woum one uuuurHi uuuius jvvxzypuii to have your dreams rudely broken in you sakfthe actor No cullv upon by something plumping down 4that wont do at all That J mTv from the wall upon your pillow peer enongh Say see Here- haps barely missing your nose whch give me tendollarsia wesk smi proves upqn investigation to be a nsst Somerville JourrttL s f2oCi of scorpions with their tails twisted toÂ¬ -- New Haven grandmothers malcg gether or a nice fat tarantula whose presents ten thousand dollar checls1 of hairy legs if spread out wpuld meas Â¬ when their grmd daughtef are riiar ure several inches from tip to tip enstom1 U a laudW emazt ried And whatever the alarm upon no ac-Â¬ and The donbtlejg becowo yerf go count must you jump out of bed with- Â¬ ular would with out first striking a light and look iug in Boston marrX DJWJgmin tsP2 although of carefully where you step aud what voir and the ability to bake--coufseciiltuc beanarelm AT Y Herald- touch only indispensable reqawates ef sxirite As Eden had its serpent so all thesa plePhiladelphia yy - ttA jgi HI 3 enseeft welVt0 j 1 J l1 j -- Supfty pajK - Â¬ 4 Â¬ Â¬ - -- - if hereabouts ftoxtoti Globe zt A Young hidy Are you gpinz PViw ping ma Mother l e7 riiy darln Styles in Cambric and Unen L Will you bring rife a quarter There are several styles of chemi- Â¬ A yard of navy blue serge M CeV Xi settes those of fine cambric are pop Â¬ tainly Do you waat it to pafeh Ij Nor I want it for a bathng saitjj ular with young ladies The linen and please bring roe twenty five JrdV chemisettes are preferred by sorife this of trimming- - M Yes but hadnt you1 style shows both the medium wide and better use the-- trimmrig for a sut a the very narrow plaits The chemisettes the navy blue serge for jtheotriawiHSigrf Chicaqo Tribune Â¬ made wholly of lace are exceedThen you are going to tlicseasjdej ingly pretty this style is not becoming said her morning to every one to produce a good effect poon Cicclv dear 0 bessyon rioP AVego tW the form should be as near perfection as cilier possible the neck white aud plump the mouhtaihsJ this year The seasidt pe shoulders tapering and the bust fultA S Uo Yes tnatlso summer drcs its very handsome chemisette can be made of face edging ruffled arid lad in rows Esncallv if fvnutr lomaettfem do iNo neett of on net lace The band encircling the tw sasons you know neck is made of lace insertion or rib-Â¬ i fan to elo e that interview Jt wht ioI cnoughfwthout bon overlaid with soft mesh or Jarcru PosL 1 illusion lace tucked Nainsook forms very pretty chemisettes The em- GOOD SHOOTING broidercd style of chemisette is becom- Â¬ fT ing and as this material is inclined to am IJiTiarJcbli be bulky jt gives roundness to slender Ipliltdl IV II OTrf figures which is very desirable espe Â¬ Game used to bet hick near Toledo cially in wearing this fashion of garÂ¬ ment The collars are worn eithernar remarked an old tjltizeri I fiave hcartlt Yes there were lots of dee row or wide when the neck is of the sor swanMike shape a wide collar is more and ducks and squirrels Why Gaptan becoming In this there are not many Huntley shot s ventecnsquirreIaoffoiH varieties the narrow silk band wth trcn on side of the river npttfaiw tiny bow is a mode popular with young ladies Another pretty style of tie is a from where the brickyard now is Oio piece of ribbon about an inch wide car- Â¬ hunters did not think t much of a trick ried around the neck and tied in a to shoot three or iVmtrdeer or onoHu3 double bow knot directly in front or dred wild ducks n a day Right dwr beneath the left car the latlersituaton down there where Point Place Clhc is more feminine than th t former and House stand I shot two detr wiffrn hence not quito so popular at present ritle at one shot If a fellow- - hud tui while short hair round hats white meat n the house all lie ha I lo4qYi for an vests coat sleeves and collar studs are to pick up his rifle and such favorites with young ladies- - Nl hour or two and shoot all he aotjl Y Herald And fish Why I have seen the spamr ofwhitefish roll up along the ihof of A NEW DODGE the lake until it wus at least twoJrokes j FRENCH CHEMISETTES Several Prolty and Very Comfortane x-Y -- l sogj - ri ToIrda-Sf-ttti- T the-ea-- it -- go-out - - - Jhcceiy Â¬ Yes always Jilclic oll-faidhed bridal toilr the best dont we Yes And we dont cafe ho wm any people are looking do weu h- f l jiJbM 1 Â¬ And if thev dont like it they can get off the train cant thbyr way of mnkin tion Ihis is a cheap rYes and youwill live with me porkof good nihility and it is a eori vou venient waVof disposing of all tlft1 -- T couldnt live without ydm Ihe dairy and household refuse of A3 I couldnt live without vpu either v thepig serves Sv5 good a purpose in Kiti vnii lovft iiif flotft tni3 this connection ami turns so muehJ llYcs hind because you love meitont otherwise uselesfhialcrial iufo valuable product it is an almost indispensable you hjust then a man got up opened his adjunct of ir and should bri considered valise took out a piece of cake handed a part of it and not a mere incident Its returns should be Included iri mak- Â¬ it to Henry and said Its yours Take it ing up up the accounts as a pari tff I dont want it the dairy The legitimate product of But you have earned it every well regulated dairy farm arc I wont have it palvY s miikt butter and cheese afew Tho man threw the cake on the seat andpbrk and as a rule not thesmttll as esrpercentage of profit will be found and saidhe made a break for the forward car t Â¬ in thelatter National Live Sfock JourThats the sickest bridal affair I ever i nals be a- - captain of a sawand I used-toArkansaw Traveler steamboat How Good Cows Are Ruined j 1 tont - -- of the I atest Indje for Swindling itank Cashiers Wqare indebted to a friend who has been nipped for an explanation of a trick which barf been successfully era ployed for swindling several banks Iir A cITeCjk say various Eastern cTCie for ten dollars is obtained from a of a banlt and a blank check exactly like the Jilled in check issectircd The two books are laid one upon the other so that the edges are exactly cveiu Both check- arc then torn irregularly across and in such a way that the-- sig Â¬ nature on the filled check appears on one piece and tae amount and name of payee on the other Tho checks having been held togother while being torn of course ono piece of tho bank check will exactly fit the other piece of tho filled check The swindler then fills in one piece of the blank check with the name of the payee and an amount to suit liiniself say five thousand dollars takes it with a piece of the genuine cheek containing the signature of tho bank and explains that the check was Explanation -tle-po-i- tqr - deep You dont so that now Whitw fish have been pretty well cfeanedqut Out where Tikh lireTI s- - iiSn shoot four rabbits with- 3irrkleatrik shot and ttownatPresqueJse a vkv4 -- ofthehtke 7J t sliot eleven wild ducks at one ho see he got their headinirtfeandcHpptiTT air6Tl5 the whole eleven of thenr-tis-easoff a log- ing - Ji -- gestcd the scribe Yes fairly wdl but not aflVetl old man Odooi did You knowOdedb are Hall in th calVl afterhjm- HeTnswl to bta cracjc shot and LwiutoJ 1 of ahot that would m k some ofojir mwTjrrnTr day hunter blow rhrDaz6os for ten1 vars iF tliey wbhld riiakd sucHOajone But old Odeondwt notthbdcitan EgceatA thi JV What was it wt v Well he went out hnntrngriearthe bay shore one dav and carife ftct 033 kier - He k lied the dee weota right through it killed a- - swan in tlie That was doing pretty wdy4Ug jj - eitddenfand - hniki -- - Tkill -- accidentally torn The teller can nut the pieces together and as they will tit exactly the chances are that he will think that the pieces are parts of the same check and become a victim of the swindle The trick of course suggests its own remedy The teller should re- Â¬ fuse to pay any check that is mutilated Banti Reporter The Earliest Bank The tc rm bank is derived from the Italian banco a scat or bench because the earlier eustodiana and dealers in money in Italy were accustomed to sit on benches- in the market places of the The earliest public principal town bank established in modern Europe was that of Venice wlrch was founded in 1157 Abont the year 1850 the cloth merchants of Barcelona then a wealthy body added the business of banking to their other conimercal pursuits beng authorized so to do by an ordinance of the King of Arragon which contained the important stipulation that they should bo restricted from acting as bankers until they should have given sufficient security for tho liquidation of ther engagements In 1401 a bank was opened by tho functionaries of the - lake aud bored rignt through the hcaHs ofnmewifd ducks Now that was a1 ileoft could hoot nadshritBit fo getwlmtLSavatoWotH plea e dont about Odeon wheivyorkKiAee mod- pmiIfiT- - Qnina nn snarrftwhlintersjllo Toted about wTiat hev have shot i oJ Blade 1 A Novel Honet Moop Tnptri t191 -- - - -- -- s- mXmi dt sarrpeil Chicago Politeness When a man handles a cow toner best profit hewill gind gfit Jliat it takes The story is going the rqunds that a a wise head and plenty of forethought polite Chicago burglar enteredthe house TlratiLheacaspnwhy only mtelHgeiu of a beautiful lady who immediately men can succeed iHtliheT-- Talking fainted whereupon he ransacked the with af armor the other day he informed house at his leisure A few days there- Â¬ us that he had some very nice calves after the lady received a note from him Dear madam as you and that owing to the low price of but- iiiwhieh he said hy upon the floor the other evening ter he had let the calves do the milking We askodihintif hcuUiougafothacow you looked so lovely that I was strong- Â¬ would be worth much for the dajrj ly impelled to kiss you but the instinct Tho after this season and he replied that of a gentleman prevented me com- Â¬ newspapers in the effete East arc he could see nolreasyn why they should not We then called his attention to menting upon t his crcumstance as if it the regular time of milking if we keep was rare and extraordinary when as n up milk flow in a cow and asked him if matter of fact it is merely typical of courtesy to be met with he thought the calves observed it that ThosH who havo triod it have found everywhere in the groat metropolis of whoro every man would that a Kjod sow onn ba4eudraU nearly the Wq0tf nolHv ratlier bo city tuQuwoitoiKjnu4vr lium IreWwtfryi ivQtiUiij 45 y LUughMoiilf NmwJtii it Surou Muttwir jeasoii lisace JfairumMt lmr Pi -Â¬ ed aa Lt9iivi conple fromNew foTcgreatry enjoyed a novet aStf SdJ ven4urouS wedling trip in saTryrnout their mutual taste for sailing jSiter the marrfagecerifony thepwent on a eamec to Fall River New York whence they started alone o a siis dl schvoaer rigged row boat pnly fosrte rin feet long and crirsed through tiiSgreat waters rint L they reached Point Jiditij which was rounded in a severe gale Alt wind and raTn The little boat rocvti and danced over the roHghwavcs in a way to intira date a landswQuun btit the fearless I ttle bride simply drew ulster over her white nauitsif dress am enjoyed the fu n They arrived mHart ford during this unique honey mooiil and were enthusiastically greeted my members ef tk Hartford mioe Club who afte ward towed A boat contalrifng the l irihjngsefc Jbring couple down thiLCortttdr itiwt riverhH- tug boat ftttljr Cr3Vl 11m A -- recontlr-married A aj -- - J- 6hcr9w wtfci m lltfH i- - -- e4J - l - sw rasTg Jh wowiitf - Hazel Geeen Heeaid A CITY Kr a Year Always in Advance er SPENCER COOPER Per Cegrcf Editok Democratic Ticket X Tenth District HON WM PRESTON TAUEBEE Of 3fageffin County - Fw Beard of Equalisation JLLFEEpCCpfBS of Menifee County good reas on that several kWrdral of our aibecrlbera arc depend PSrtke very ttjtpp The Herald alone for the -- H SK frJ ew of the country we devote consid Â¬ H GILLISr erable apace to ar account of the carth WITS Help Tendered 3V qaakelastr Taesday aigM Charleston New York Sept 2 Mayor Grace We in particular invite ihe attention of RIVER MEN and others to our wkick km loag been the pride of every this afternoon telegraphed to the Mayor large stock of CLOTHING DRY GOODS c c which we are offering at 5etbern bora man is mass of ruins of Charleston Do the inhabitants of special low prices for cash Charleston stand in need Of relief If Mi likely to be greatly depopulated by WHOLESALE To all of our customers having accounts due we most earnestly solicit to come so I will publish a call to the citizens of ptojrictwfeo fear to risk their lives in forward and make settlements You owe it to us to do so as well as to yourselves New York for assistance what seems to be an ill fated place as honorable men Masy otfeer pUcee were disturbed by the THE LATEST Wa will sell you goods cheaper than you have ever bought them before we MLrtkqvake and more or lees damage can better afford it because we will take no risk on time Respectfully - Charleston Still Shaking dim no place suffered so severely as No 613 West Kai StxeetCharleston Sept 3 A terrific The details as they come Ckris4o shock passed over the city at 1105 P M Oft tkrough the daily journals are re Consternation again prevails People LOUISVILLE KY jrtimmi is The Hkratt today Our camping in the public squares are sing Â¬ ing and praying atocribers can rely upon getting the rjEOKGE E TUCK The tide is up so high that a tidal WITH jMMiftll the news in this paper for wave is feared There are between 5 WHITE GREK5 HUFFAIlEKV aajjae dollar a year axd if the citi 000 and 6000 people ref ugeeing en Sul Â¬ Wfaolwale Pealtra La mm f thk and adjoining counties will livans Island and fears are entertained Two Minutes at Owensboro The Wednesday Shake up that they may be submerged in the event aid as witk their subscriptions we hope Sept Owkxsboro Chjlrixston Sept 1 At 80 pre- Â¬ boro experienced Ky shake of 1 an Owens-Â¬ of a tidal wave moa te give them a paper that will sup earth11 L White 1 615 Wet ilala Street cisely this morning another wave swept quake about half the nine oclock last past fij every wast OrT J B Green Communication Cut over the city coming as the others did night While the disturbance was disn sag M S JA UufEikerj Washington Sept 4 215 a m from the southeast and going in a north Â¬ tinctly felt all over the city and two Jtiek TboatM soa of James JL Thomas west direction By that time the people Â¬ rewere rocked like a cradle The Southern Telegraph Company EOKCJE DOLL alBatk was shot and killed by his sister-is-- who had been out in the public parks and storv houseswas done save to frighten the port that they have been unable to raise no damage WITK 1 oclock Mrs Pat Hunt in front of the open places all night had many of them citizens many of whom ran out on the their Charleston office since been into their ThwptGtt House in Paris on 3ionday venturedsomething houses to get cloth streets in their night clothes There were The operators hare apparently is im afraid to enter the buildings ft ine and to eat The aonroach Rosenberg Flexner CoT sight Aag 20th Young Thomas was of the quake was heralded by the usual two disturbances of the earth felt and possible to say when communication will Mopping into his bugrv when the fatal rambling sound resembling distant thun- the shocks lasted about two minute he restored iSiteeeftiuTS toJto irnberfrjAatfiijB Plexner der Then it gradually approached the ahotwas fired The lady is in jail and j In Southwestern Kentucky WHOLESALE earth quivered and heaved and in three ckiw that Thomas bad made indecent seconds it had passed the sound dying Central City Ky Sept 1 A dispeepwak to her twice On the first oc out in the distance This is the only tinct shock of an earthquake was felt casiaa she told him that if he ever reÂ¬ wave felt since 230 this morning It here a few minutes after 9 oclock last evening The vibration lasted about ten peated the proposal she would kill him was not destructive all the destruction seconds and was quite severe Windows been done 712 and 714 SofXH i iDE MalN Hff Jt was made again and she kept her having a complete at 955 last night The were rattled as if by a storm Parties city is wreck St Michaels Ret Tthfatfr word James 3C Thomas is widely known church and St Philips two of the most arriving here at noon say the Bhock was IS WARRANTED to cure ami felt at several points down the C O Agur Intermittent or Chill Fever Re ikiettghottt Kentucky as one of the prime historic churches in the city are in ruins LOUISVILLE KX S W road and that at Paducah was Dumb Ague severs is the Kentucky Union Railroad so is the Hibernian Hall The police very severe shaking buildings so itas to mittent Ffiver Broak bont Bllioua Fver Ienpue or Fever lUrc public buildings Complaiat aad all diwjuitMj srLiD rum KENDALL HOUSE oatpasy and is an elegant christian stations and many otherresidences in the almost cause a panic fully two thirds of the Malarial poisons Corner Main axi PmsTOnatnuJrSfal It is said that his son who city are unhabitable wrecked either toJasper Indiana Harpers S C July 9 1SS4 WEST LIBERTY KY lulled has riven his father great tally or partially It is impossible at Jasper lNDSept 1 Twelve distinct For eighteen months suf this time to give a correct estimate of E C Kendall - Proprietress Mrs has figured in several affairs tie whl the casualties It is expected that be-Â¬ shocks of an earthquake were felt here ered with Chills and Fever honorable which cosld sot be called The tabic w supplied vithtae beat tafe tween fifty and 100 persons have been last night at about five minutes before having Chills every other day market ononis Experieiu fcd Laud in charge 9 oclock Each shock cumr with great killed and several hundred wounded At of stahltf Cnares reasonable After trying various remedies Jefca Day who has been intimately the time of the first shock fires broke out power windows rattled doors wtre open recommended to cure used a OB XUSXELUy utedwrith the Bo wan county trou in five different places in the city and ed dishes wore thrown from cupboards bottle ofAyers Ague Cure and about twenty houses were destroyed and even the joists in frame buildings WITH bles asd a pronounced Tolliver partisan Scarcely 100 houses in the city are occu- Â¬ creaked and furniture swayed to and fro have never since had a chill was shot asd mortally wounded by his pied at this time the people being en- in the upper rooms Slight tremors were EBWItf HABPBR BStOS rREPARED BY mwii recently at Morehead Day went camped in the open places All the stores felt for an hour afterwards istethe bar room of the Baines Hotel are closed and a scarcity of provisons is Co Lowell Mass Dr J C Ayer WHOLESALE SADPiLERY Money for Charleston feared because no asd called for a drink of whiskev His stores to sell them one can be got to the Jd by all Druggists Hartford Conn Sept 1 A fund Mjmufcteturera of J L Punlup flommn who was bar keeper set up a bot was raised jjoiiic time ago by the people J li Dnnlup tle of brandy from which Day drank The City Depopulated at Hartlord for the Mississippi flood sufV G Barrett Saddles Hames3t4Sc TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK To- Â¬ ferers Of thin 1500 was unused sad did sot notice the joke but upon Charleston Sept 1 Evening 28 aud 73 - and deaT2r6 tifr bewg told of it became incensed and Xhe alarm and apprehension among night it was offered by telegraph to the MT STERLING KY Miin St the citizens continues unabated The Mayor of Charleston for the earthquake procuring a billiard cue beat his cousin Saddlery Hardware impression has spread among the people sufferers into insensibility After wreaking his from some unknown cause that the shock LOUISVILLE KX-Raleigh Shaken sploen apon the prostrate man he turn of last night is likely to be repeated toJ M BIGSTAFF President Raleigh N C Sept 1 At f16this 4ed to leave the room and just as he night and this adds to the prevailing exB HOBEHTS citement The streets present a sad afternoon a Bhock of earthquake was W W THOMSON Cashier stepped upon the pavement the bar picture of desolation and ruin The plainly felt all over this city The wave WITH keeper revived and taking from a draw parkB and open places are camping appeared to come from the northwest DIRECTOK8 er a revolver fired and Day fell mortally grounds for thousands of poorly clad and Buildings were shaken and considerable discouraged people There is a general alarm was caused WOBSdcd Jamks Chokn Andkkw Fesler o desire among the more classes The Clocks All Stopped Dk R R Dhake J T Highland 1 By reference to our columns it will be to get away from the city and as soon a WHOLESALE railway communication is re established Columbus Miss Sept 1 All the mr341v seen that Hon W P Taulbee was last there will be a general exodus This regulator clocks and the town time piece Dry Thursday nominated for re election to will be the case independently of the were stopped last night by the earthREENWADE HOUSE Congress by acclamation in the West present panic for even after this passes quake ana the correct time had to be 72 731 aad- 7TT John A Carter r FRENCHBURG KY Jainee G Carter j away there will be many families who obtained from Mobile Ala liberty Convention This is a flattering will move T J COPE Proprietor j iiA jiKfcri t u v r crime while the restoratemporarily tribste to come from a mans constitu tion of the city is being carried on Table supplied with all delieaeies of the jrictnus uctbiju jocBcthci Jr j The Shock in Ontario season LOUKHcILUX KY J G Carter eats after bis first term but Our Pres There many visitors who see no charms London Sept 1 The earthquake tourists Special attention to commercial has deserved as much by bis course in in the place now and will hasten to shock which was felt here last night lastPrepared to Teach fosiiiafes USH F WILLIAMSON Cosgreas and has been true to the party their homes North and South A well ed half a minute and caused windows known citizen thus descrides his experi- to ratte and floors to quiver No dam WITH rbich placed him in power More could ence last night Prof A 9ANDERS age waa done Shoe Go aot be said in praise of any man after a We all made a rush for the streets Henry L Crane Boot Of Booneville Acadcmj BsoaejrillK-y-announcepreJari3 t THACH that he first term and we donbt if as little cen but when we saw buildings swaying and Yellow Fever Wholesale Dealers in INSTITUTES during che niontha of J1r walls tottering to the street in every di Several deaths from yellow fever are acre has gone out against another Be and August and will guarantee SRlIsfaotioa rection feeling despair seemed to publicans as well as Democrats have settle onaeverybodyof I for one saw the reported from Biloxi Miss and people iu every instance The Montgbaecv Cuust are leaving the town institute of 1885 aaya of him- - r W tewlsc W Pearl St 93 adsiired bis course and from the exÂ¬ uselessness of attempting to escape and lrof Sanders onr sincere thanks fprittfCINCINNATI O pressions wc hear he is likely to bo re I saw others standing still as if giving earnest manner in which he hi Iahred for LATER themselves up to whatever fate had in our instruction aud eijirens yur approhatiou by an increased majority tamed of the eraeient manner in which ht ha con Â¬ store for them The sickening sensation A Graphic Picture of the Scene ducted the exercises caused by the movement of the earth CiiARUiaToy Sept 2 The earth haB Our better seven teen twentieths left was hardly more appalling than the terTtrfCharvs reasonahrandnuvfe kaVa on application Address-jt Jat Friday to visit her father and other rible noise which accompanied the shock struck hrr balance and is now without boon ever bestowed upon man Is perfect PROF A SAXRE9 i a tremor There is excitement in relatives and friends at Lexington and Thi3 was never loud but wa3 like a low Charleston today The people are yet in Booneville O wsley County Ey health and the true way to insure health wiM solicit advertisements from the mer and threatening growl under the earth a daze They know they are alive and k to purify your blood with Ayer Sarsa CLARKE The piercing cries of frightened women cbaate of that city asd ML Sterling for and children and the frenzied shouts of ar too thankful for their escape to con- Â¬ prilla Mrs Eliza A Clough 34 Arling- Â¬ WITH thfir Txe Hftratt while absent We hope men calling to ono another and attempt- sider at all Broad prprty lueses In ton t Lowell 3fssf writes Every KWIln1 Bay Leiting stre t M Sievers Garsoa Hanhrars 6a she will be sufficiently successful to enaÂ¬ ing to organize some means of rescue East the damage aid the greatest he winter and spring my family Including where wjs several bottles of Ayera 8ar myself use formed a singular contrast to this bud ble Tib to greatly improve our paper in side of the streets are piled with debris 8aparilla Experience has convinced me thunder 637 W Main 3tF of the wrecked hnusts Whole fronta that ss a powerful future and this she will do if terraaean the Bear LOtXISYf are out of fuliy twenty from the roof to those merchants will remove the caul The Shock at Columbia the ground floor The furniture and ifom their eyes The trade of this sec c Columbia S 0 Sept 1 At 948 ornaments remain juntas they were be ties k the best they could secure and last night this city was visited by a ter- Â¬ fore the shock Tuesday uLjht Half the Txe Herald is the medium to secure it rible earthquake The worst two shocks brick hou3a which comprise over half EL purifier tt la very touch superior to aay were fearful The building swayed from the houses of the city have the topitory for theaa 1 All aide to side and the earth arose and felt more or less demolished It is noticeable other preparation of Sarsaparllla ten-Â¬ penons of scrofulous or consumptive the waves of the ocean People that nearly all that escaped the roof de like jHats Caps Straw Qamim The Waterbury Watch Co last week rushed madly from houses into the molishment are cracked a little in thidr dencies and especially delicate children FEINTED ON BEST PAPER AND FULL MUSIC SIZE Glove aad UiuriIx pretested us with one of their new se streets some sprang from windows and front and at the middle window of the are sure to be greatly benefited by its CHILLCOTE xiae M EM watches which is a great im were injured The experience of those middle story which shows that they ntew J W Starr Laconia Iowa write in buildings at the time of the first shock were all shaken from thir very founda Â¬ with Scrofu For years I was troubled pjeraaaect over former issues both in was that of being rocked as if in a ship tion and loosened in every joist and kms complaints I tried several different appearance and time keeping qualities at sea Many of the most substantial joint Certainly a third of those shaken preparations which did me little if any X thorough test of ten days has demon- Â¬ buildings were shaken to the founda- can not be repaired They will have to good Two bottles of Ayer5 Barsapa strated it is unexcelled as a time Â¬ tions the walls cracked and Bprung be pulled down and reconstructed from rilla effected a complete cure It is my piece astd wa therefore commend it to Five minutes after the first shock a sec the very cellars The Iofs is variously opinion thpt this medicine is the besi and in ten minutes a third estimated at from 100000u0 up but no blood the cesttderation of our subscribers It ond came Other shocks followed until 705 A m man can estimate within 5000 X2 SneceMor to LooU Tripp Dealer in ie a little gem and the gentlemanly sell when the eighth shock was felt and this living 000 Has attained a standartl of xceBeace wktoS isg agent George Merritt 52 Maiden ono lasted for a minute and a half At The plan to help the city that h talked admiu of no superior Tas New York 2 Y will pleas ac 4 ofclock this morning the ninth shock about tonight is to get a loan of ten mil- Â¬ Jtcootiiaa every improvenitttbariAYeitiT came and at 930 and 1020 all the city lions from the Federal Treasury by act of the day Upton Nashua N H genius skill and mocey canproclue CE pesi osr tkasks for it lOLIAN ORGANS BJOLIAN was again made to tremble Very little of Congress at a nominal interest e For a number of years I writes 4a sleep was had by any of the inhabitants was troubled with a humor In my eyes Hon Asher Caruth could not resist of Columbia last nieht The negroes cured bv mortgages on die houses recon And all kinds of Musical Goods structed and unable to obtain relief until I com Â¬ he call made on him by the citizens of lthought the end of the world had come The first train from Savannah came menced using Ayera Sarsaparilla I have -Voc annimnaA 519 FOURTH AYEXUE LOfflSYILLE OXQA2J CATALOGUES uob aunuuiiwvi ViSmoalf a corners All communication the vtrAPt into the city this afternoon three hours taken several bottles am greatly beneilmjnic uimtu and neld prayer mectinra on was cut bahiud the schedule time All alone the fited and believe it to be the best of blood candidate for Congress subject to the off with Charleston until 9 oclock this VotioQ of the Democratic party Thus morning when the Southern Telegraph line from Ravencls Station twenty purifiers R Harris Creel City Ramsey miles distant evidences of the terrible Co Dakota writes I have been aa epeoa what promises to be a hot contest disaster were plainly visible Tfie earth intense sufferer with Dyspepsia for the news came th3t the city bad been was cracked in various places The fisbtwea Caruth and Willis the present rible demolished aud that nearly a hun sures while not wide are of an past three years Six months ago I began nearly unknown icaatbent dred lives were lost depth Bluish gray sandy mud of the to use Summerville twent two miles from consistency of paste and evidently forced For the full report of the calamity Charleston was nearly destroyed by up from a depth far below the surfaec -rf which hae fallen upon Charleston and eaithquake last night The passenger are t be seen on the yides while the stagnant water i incso urraas are oeteore tnr unram otis place by reason of earthqnake we train from Columbia to Charleston was color ofoo2cd in veinsin pools indicatesÂ¬ quality o tQno quick reporicartfaUc rtooica thrown from the track near Summerville that it up that would nevbetuityin Qnih perfect oooutructidBCsBaMe are indebted to the enterprise of the and the enp infir anil fiwmnn VUIa have seen the surface except through j It has effected an entire cure and I am wen tnc most ucPtrpDte- - oryacg bcb TxHoeviile Commercial from the col- - j The passengers on the wrecked train and er schools chuxebea ledger fcocJetie ete2r some tremendous convulsion of nature now as well as ever CuR2S InplltaCTlfl- - Croup Aaiasia xjronoaino neuralgia xtneumiiisTa ijiocaicy n iau xss9 those on this morning tram have not umns of which ye clip Couch Catarrh Cholera Morbus There were 101 burial permits issued fiunmeuTiieiiu HaokintrOouzhwliooiiiiiS Pamphlet free Dr L 3 Johaaon Dysentery Chroaio ESTABUSHZD MEPTTTATlX Co BQ9t Siarrhaja Kidney Trontles aadBptaal Dlaeaaes yet reached Charleston t day Sold by all Druggists But lor all the real destruction LTXEIUAIJ FACILITIES The shocks which occurred about mid Â¬ MAKE Hon Qeo X Wise has been renomi night to night were general throughout the city has not an air of gloom The Frico 1 Six bottles 5 BEST XATXatlAi people are the pluckiest ever seen They KEW EICH i jiateda iiemocratic candidate for Con- - Georgia and South Carolina prepared by Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell OOMB1XED laSZ SHIS can net yet be awakened to the surely BLOOD JIass U S A grese xrora tne juenmona iia j juistript fact that this magnificent citv is almost WIQ DOaltiTelv were These pillsng a wcnderlul alooTOT7 2To others liio tlim is tha world times tho oot of accra or box of worth ri Savannah Shocked a total wrec 0f disease The information arouasl ach boi lOur- Dill ten iiA Illnxtrtad nimcMtt He 3e a cousin of Johnny of Mahone all -ta alrnvy a ba thankful SniT JPOidtmt shout them and you wul Dr i 3 JOHii8orrtcoa2 csstBostox Savannah Sept 1 The earthquake AY HOUSE tree BoWwetywhanorMatgyarBViv fame ottunsr on crts Instractlofl Boaks Mi PiaM Uh Food and Clothing Forwarded shocks here commencing about 930 ftheridanTi Oondition will maztt ies lay Po srder is absolutely Ilka It It cares Washington Sept 2 The heads of oclock last night lasted several minutes conpure and hicnly HAZEL GEEEN KY ewe from Charlseton does T3m kM vialosac sd Fries Liatsoa appSaaWga YacK coieicss oholera aad cent rated One ounce til diMaaca of has later in Is worth a pound of Rev ISAAC MURPHY Prop The earthquake Several slight shocks were felt first be-- the Executive Departments will do all I wortk tt SretfliV I set incite muck hope aar other kind It is in their power fur the reiiet of the suf- Â¬ the night When the quakinc oniUASU Ui t AUC WrWU Wt inoWniut- f The table is supplied with ihQ beat in the strictly a medicine to book by mail irTmatili d destruction and commum Jg w erlT Htl Aiod- meni Tvomen and children rushed ferers from the earthquake at Charles- Â¬ Market aad cverv attention given to guests ooaw in stamps fl wtoigaaOTbwVdKLS CUKJ fr a AfifS Bold everywhere o sent by mail for 25 ofiV into the streets where many remained ton witb that city is entirely cut The Treasury Department today f S50Q Rates reasonable expreas preuatd bt late in the DESTROYED until terror stricken nightthe The negroes Bryan street were in church colored the congregation was CHARLESTON IN RUINS stampeded and the building was shaken so violently that the plastering fell from 4 walls Many negroes AnEabthquake Wrecks the Busi the of judgment had come thought the day In another ness Part of Towx and Turns colored church where there was a reliit People Out of Their Homes gious gathering a panic and stampede followed the first shock and several perÂ¬ OVER A HUNDRED PEOPLE KILLED sons were trampled on and severely in- Â¬ No damage further than the jured cracking of the walls and falling of plas- Â¬ The Population in Distress Camping in tering is reported in this city and no the Open Fields The Earthquake lives were lost Reports from the sub Shocks ContinuedDetails urbs of the citv and adjacent towns tell of Dire Devastation of severe shocks but no loss of life or CHARLESTONSept 1 The earthquake great damage to property last night destroyed the principal portion Nearly every building in the city was of the city and hundreds are rendered more or less damaged and nine tenths homeless The main Btation house the of the people are sleeping out of doors City Hall Hibernian Hall and many oth- Â¬ tonight er well known public buildings includ- Â¬ ing the never dying St Michaels church The Shake at Somerset Broad street were irreparably damaged Somerset Ky Sept 1 A severe this morning presented a spectacle of the utmost horror Even women armed with earthquake shock was felt here last night 9 oclock All the buildings in hatchets worked valiently to rescue im- about wero town more or less shaken some of prisoned unfortunates Meeting street from Broad to Hazel is a wreck and them so violently that the inmates were lined with homeless people To add to frightened and ran out In ono or two the horror of the night many fires broke residences here small c light articles such were shaken out and were ineffectually fought by our as pictures and There wore three disoff the mantles brave fire department The night was made hideous with the howls of the dy- Â¬ tinct shocks felt the two last not being ing groans of the wounded and prayers very severe The brick residences were Â¬ of the uninjured It is impossible yet to the most severely shaken up as on ac count of their solidity they were more state the loss of life or damage to property Up to 10 oclock this morning ten apt to partake of the motion of the distinct earthquake shocks were felt here earth Â¬ Â¬ ordered a revenue cutter to convey stores and clothing and tents from Wilmington to Charleston and to take the relief com- Â¬ mittee as passengers and comply as far as possible with their suggestions The Adjutant General of the Army has or- Â¬ dered that army tents etc be placed at the disposition of the relief committee The Navy Department will also take any action in its power for the relief of the sufferers HARD TIMES DOWN GO THE PRICES S 99 V McWilliams AOe 91 ns Liter Sate - 5 anf Feed KT Statu Hiss wSm 3ET STEBI32TG Â¬ We are now receiving another LABGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OreYifs ani Trittasrfeaifiaffirt of every variety of Goods to supplv the demauds of all our customers at Whole r sale and Retail which we PROPOSE TO SELL FOR CASH or exchange--fotree Telegraph Servloe New York Sept 2 The Western Produce and Live Stock We have often tried to establish a trade on a Cash basis is The attetion ef acrae asd male itwtkys especially iavitetl Svclik ovr Union Telegraph Company announce this but have as often failed We have also notified our friends and customers of the hanuliBg of stock te we miikeii traders aad ievke ati morning that they will gladly forward DISASTROUSEFFECTS OF THE CREDIT SYSTEM and our intention to of Wolfe aad adjeiaiBg eemtMg to X efei to Charleston any contributionof money reform our business but little attention bas been given to what we have said us ftrhea ia the eitv for the sufferers and any messages per- Â¬ JSow we intend to establish upon the rums of the old credit svstem a bTRICTLl CASH BUSINESS wliich will enable us to sell you goods taining thereto free of charge Cheaper Than You Have Ever Bought Before w McCord Aydelotte Â¬ HATTERS v-a- bric-a-bra- Â¬ JT F DAY Â¬ BUY THE BEST i -- Â¬ i i i Â¬ Ik Organs Boots and Shoes G L Mr Â¬ Â¬ Ague Cure Fer Â¬ AYERS 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 makes ever offered in our country BOOTS ANEKHMS J7 OVER 67000 SOIDI Â¬ ad I I Â¬ DUNLAP SGOj T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ E I well-to-d- Carter Bros l Go Â¬ p Goods and Notions I Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Maraman nanos unicKering nek Pianos Emerson Pianos star rianos iinon Pianos and tiie matchless Johnston Organs Write for Catalogues and Prices s Boots Shoes Rubbers Â¬ THE BEST CO JOHNSTON Wholesale and Retail Dealers D S - -- 58 West Fourth Street CINCINNATI - -- Â¬ rn NEW DEPARTURE NEW CATALOGUE OK HJ j Â¬ Blood OXJR j POPULAR 0 CENT MUSIC 12 Copies by Mail for wells Wm Fullertone I -- flOOCHICAcrO1 COTTAQpv ORGAN -mf t Â¬ bt Purifier KMILY TRIPP free K PIANOS ORQANS ORQUINETTES CABINETS Ttoii hu I Â¬ II Â¬ JOHNSON A NODYNE -- Sarsaparilla AYERS uniffltn I - l liiiBarilT 50 Jr PARSONS i - PILLS fHE D popuue osam MAKE HE N5LA1 for f frtatc BIxcas by fcV- Vf - T il A --- t- - v- fcjjayggsssaaisaadBacaEJia A wei - - SfciK5ft swe -- gftyw - T 30 Th Tribute to tk Memory e Xrs 3Tay Beat that jnxs America j 3iav inee owetnamj HON W P AULBEE NOMINATED AT JV H s-James Dennis the Marshal of tlih ncgiMi WEST LIBERTY riaBMMfawb w lancrtiaE aad 25 Klia rn ach 29 1850 Fell asleep yaMlH place is haying our streets put in good ai aer uutue m jJiyiOwn ivy in me A Large Gaslierlng and HuriaoiiIuoH mWmwcnt i rii order midst of a host of admiring friends and Action of the Delegates A B Pieratt has bought the former jww paper skews reltivas July 27th 1886 United with jmm exstred 1871 The convention met promptly at 12 residence of R M Pieratt Church re rc- Is aftclMH eaxe yea aadre- - the Christian who join in the year xe remit Unlike many a church shejoin oclock M and its purposes were an- - Mag Pieratt daughter of James Pie mca BLUPT ed from a felt sense of duty having nounced in a few terse remarks by W V j ratt is very low with fever xi wed the future as earnest seekers for Cox Chairman of the District Commit MAXELCltEEN KY th right mav do and invoking Divine tee If your kidneys are inactive you will SEPT 8 18S6JJ aid to assist her in overcoming the evils On motion Hon T G Stuart of feel and look wretched even in the most m of tkis world she moved out upon a reÂ¬ Clark was made permanent chairman cheerful societv and melancholy on the TIMC TABLE ligion plane where she adorned her pro- Â¬ and C S Hazelrigg Secretary John H jolliest occasions Dr J H McLeans Balm will Bet you SMtt AJlatic Biihrty fession bv doine what she could Her Sublett and Ed Cardwell Assistant Soc- - Liver and Kidnev per religion was not of the emotional type retaries 100 bottle bold bv riKht again w The speech of Hon T G Stuart upon G B Swaneo Hazel Green and J N and a mere matter of feeling It changed differen- taking the chair was chaste eloquent Vaughn Campton caused her to her life at Mt 849 7jua 3C srrives tly and and course to feelact differently anu vocierouaiy appiauueu of X at JUitwttt BREATHITT COUNTY The speech of Joe M Kendall in the Kotteweli atS a xt arrives at cue earned it witn ner into every department of life She was not a gloomy convention was a master piece of logic Utoritorst 1450x K 4 The Frozen Creek MLtrlise tl40 PX ar-- despondent complaining christian Not Â¬ and eloquence and electrified the audi- Â¬ ing that was beguuSept the Whitemeet-Oak at withstanding her afflictions and they ence school house by Dr E O Guerrant and arrive were many she was always bright and JUtirrell at 345 E X On motion of Col J P Salver Hon at ML llMMat S3 r ac heerfuL When a word could be spoken W P Taulbee was nominated as the Ilev E P Mickol Aug 25th closed last NMMdcat Mt Sterliae witk 1105 a or an act performed that would lessen Democratic candidate for Congress by Sunday While there was only one con- version the interest felt in the meeting LasiaMaaCkMNiMli aaa Letuarille the burdens and bring joy and comfort acclamation was manifested bv the large crowds that vkk lLffa to the heart of any one she was always A committee was appointed to wait on attended Not only did the people of j r ady Her life was spent ia doing good Mr Taulbee informing him of his nom- this neighborhood stop work for the time MPVaW IiMuanUe aae CutciBBatL Jaw In 1877 she was married toRB May ination which he accepted and in a caaatr aaurt aecial The union was blessed with three boys matchless spoech held the audience spell- Â¬ being and attendthe house of worship aavifee 3ri 3feaar la eack but quite a number from a distance were had few equals Her de- Â¬ of at 7 8 a K arriving at itc Sterliag As a wife she husband knew no bounds bound and the wild howlfrom apprecia- in attendance tion rent the court house votion to her foundaA1C Jtoanuac leaves Jit bterhug On last Tuesday night at about 930 S JL aflaiviacatStftairell at 00 P-- m Her happiness so far as the marriage re- tion to turret Nominations being in Order for Mem- o clock Nathan Day and family were lation was concerned seemed to consist XatarliaeatSPx B0 8 HAJtFER Sapt largely in making her husband happy ber of the Board of Equalization J H awakened by a terrible shaking of the So far as a loving devoted consecrated Williams of Menifee in au eloquent and house It lasted for about three minutes wife could contribute to the happiness of impressive speech nominated Alfred and so severe was the shock that the LOCAL NEWS Combs of Menifee D D 8ublett of doors which were locked were jarred her husband she did to hers As a mother she was loving faithful Magoffin nominated R F Elam of opon Th cause is supposed to have Km AW ZJjkae omr thxake for and true She understood well the naÂ¬ Morgan county in a speech worthy of been an earthquake asdappJcet ture of children and knew how to gov- Â¬ the distinguished speaker Farmers report the prospect for corn ern and stake them love her The boys The committee on resolutions reported in this neighborhood much better than af Texas are i family of thk place left though young will never forget the the following which were unanimously it was thought earlier in the season it O Miae teachings of their mother As consis- adopted could be tent church member a devoted wife and Uesolved That we re afiinn the doctrines A little boy living at Days ha Tetae wife of J G Thomas affectionate mother she is missed Gone and principles of the platform adopted by been quite sick with flux Will is thought but Jthe Natioaal Democratic Convention of i jJMoaw ty oc Avgst 28th a girl from earth her spirit has but her influ- 1884 and congratulale the country upon the to be improving lTUaJaay ence which was always for good we fact that the country is now being controllThere are nlentv of sauirrels about have She was sorely afflicted out with ed by a Democratic administration here and an abundance of sport for our J wif of Casapion David she could say lu OaaW m4 It was good for Resolved That we are proud of the re- nuntamen Stump viavtaftc friaaia sad relative here me to fcave been afflicted She did her cord made bv our young representative in Masters will upon her bed of affliction Congress and earnestly commend him for If you suffer pricking pains on movintr as perfectly and apparently as willingly re election to the people of the Tenth DisX DT f this place visited as if she had bren in vigorous health trict as worthy of their support and confi- the eyes or cannot bear bright light and find your sight weak and failing you Jordaft Wilis of Maytows Whea the appointed time came tha dence Resolved That wc ore opposed to the Bhould promptly use Dr J H McLeans spirit freed itself and winged its flight policy of hoarding money in the Treasury Strengthening Eye Salve 25 cents a to the Paradise of God There it enjoys of the United States anddemand that Fiacatt of tkis place Is vis the rest for the people of God Rest on pat into circulation among the people it be box Sold by G B Swango Hazel ar aaarfatT Mr J G Thomas rest on blood washed spirit rest on un- Â¬ Resolved That the Government has no Green and J N Vaughn Campton Lat a ty its til joined by husband two little sons authority for collecting revenue beyond denecessary and proper expenses and we Gillmore Sept 2 Your correspondfather brothers and sisters ny its right to favor a few while oppressing ent visited the union meeting on Red Barry aad wife of Nicholas W L Stjlmpzh many River last Sunday at which place there vkltiug here returned Resolved Tne relatives and friends of 5Irs Eva water ways That the improvement of our was a large congregation assembled A ih of vital importance to a State Baber a native of this county now liv having a river front as urge as Kentucky good dinner was set to which all were inaat crowded out a ing at Dow City Iowa will he pained to and we cordially endorse the action of Pres vited and fared sumptuously Good orMftii f lacsl Matter and correspon- - j learn that after her visit to this commu Â¬ idect Cleveland in signing the River and der prevailed After dinner we listened nity last winter a cancer developed in Harbor bill recently passed by Congress to an able discourse delivered by the 4aK taic the bones of the left hand and amputa and regret with Senator Beck that its ap- silver tongued orator Hon W P Taultion became necessary After suffering propriations were not larger bee Bro Taulbee is the right man in little kohtar of J H Evans Resolved That we point with pride to the Th Tarr aick for a week aat but intensely with the cancer she visited her record of the present House of Representa- the right place and we hope he will again cousin Thos Nickell at Omaha and tives in the faithful discharge of economical be elected to Congress ia flaawly lataroviaf while there had the opinion of the best administration in the restoration of eighty Married Sept 2 at the residence of We ckaowla4ae tbe raceipt of two surgeons in the West They confirmed million acres of land to the public domain Rev James FMorrison Ferguson Mont- to aae St Loua Talr aad regret the opinions of home physicians that am- for the actual and exclusive use of settlers to Miss Amanda Morrison and putation must be performed in order to and bona fide citizens of the United States attaod honias Barker to Miss Mioma Barker save life and her hand was taken off which hat been squandered by profligate Young people will marry if the plow W T Caakay who aas been on the Aug 13th While she suffers intensely legislation by the Republican party to pri- stands so bring on another horse vate corporations aick Hat iar ta aaat week Is out again yet she has wonderful courage and pa JKesoivcd That we approve the action of We had a slight shaking up a few tience is doing finely and there is every Congress in defeating the bill to suspend mtki attaaiiagto Buwpeat nights ago supposed to bo earthquake indication that the operation has eradi- Â¬ silver coinage and the passage of the resoUncle Remus B Coaaar will preach at the cated the disease Her sister Libbie is lution authorizing the issual of coin certifiXarW cates of small denomination Charch in this place next expected to aHsist in caring for her Resolved That we do not believe anv civil When you are constipated with loss 3Tj lag and evening fieryicc reform can be desirable or effective of appetite headache take out of Dr J CapL B E Roberts the erndite com which does not rqcoffnize the fact that the Dc Gaecret preached in the Presby ncrcial evangelist who represents Carter principles of the Republican party are such H McLeans Little Liver and Kidney tcriaM Church here last Sunday morning Bros Co Louisville was in town as to render its members unfit to administer Pillets They are pleasant to take and euro you a vial Sold by Thursday and sold J T the oa hk raturs froxa Breathitt county F Day a fine will Government and we deinuud that the will B Swango 25 centsGreen and N G Hazel of the people as expresaed at the ballot J bill of fashionable goods of fast colors J C Clark of Mt Sterling agent for He reported a good trade over the terri- Â¬ box in 1884 shall be carried out bv putting Vaughn Campton the Stager Sewing Machine Company is tory he had traveled and if he is as well honest and capable Democrats in every ragiatcfed at the Pieratt House thought of everywhere as here it is no Federal ofSce John P Salver offered following wonder that he sells so many goods Our which was unanimously the adopted Joaapfa Clark of this place who is people look upon him as the prince of po Â¬ Resolved oilers Liver confhave imtldisg a house for A T Pieratt at liteness and the little children are as idence in the That weintegrityimplicit and ability capacity Kaal was at home Saturdry and Sunday happy to see Capt Eoberts as they would Democracy of Hon JoBeph Gardner of Act Directly on tUc Liver be to know that Kris Klnele had come Magoffin county and knowing him to be in Cltbs Cuilx akd Ps RK DvsrErsiA Killk Puckett yesterday brought to to town Whom very one likes is bound every senie worthy of the office of LieutenSick Headache Biliovj Colic Coxrriiu ant Governor of this Commonwealth we taic aftce aa Irish potato which consists to be popular and so It is with Capt tiok Riieojjwtkm Pilss Taititatiok him to the Kentucky rTHK HiunT DizftXEts ToKrin lntu af JCasen amall potatoes grown into one Roberts TbiB together with the fact therefore commend kind consideration and Democracy for their CoATXDTosar SinnnsssNK and all that he believes in and uses printers ink earnestly ask his nomination as the DemoDisEAtEs or TBS Liver AKO Stovacu If Emma OHalr of Paris Ills has given him a trade in his line that cratic candidate for this position you do not feci very well a single tnll at waa has Wan visitiaz friends and rela i can not be excelled On the fifty first ballot Alfred Combs bed Utr xlmulatc the stomach rcorc3 airaa karelft for Mt Sterling on Wed the appetite imparts rigor to the ryetcm of Menifee was declared the nominee They cure all dioeaics like magic Get The Warsaw Independent says To for Member of the Board of Equaliza the rijrht kind SKLLEIW LIVKIt TILLS write for a paper is one thing to edit it tion bol by druircint Scrd for circular Mrs Ball Godsey who accompanied another There are some excellent writers SELLERS MEDICINE CO Pittsburgh Ta Y- - Itar aos Haury to Danville whore he is who would make a pitiable show if they Our Western people are liable to be HI a Waamaaaayjaaaaaaaaal attaaAiag Caatar Collage returned home had the conducting of a paper for a few laid low by malarial fever when break Â¬ Saiaaosy eremag last weeks A good editor writes very little ing up new lands The folks in the East he reads judges selects dictates alters are ako complaining of fevers chills and Gillatore correspodent writes that combine and to do this well has very agues arising from decaying vegetable en D H Falka aad J X Pieratt will little time to compose People who have matter and imperfect drainage For iMai pratractad matting on that creek the most to say about the way a newspa- Â¬ either East or West the best remedy is but tHa mot aay when per should be conducted are those who Ayers Ague Cure know the least about newspaper busiMrs Hile Phillips near Hazel ness D Mre Nannie Kash and little daughter SCHOOL i-- Gvaaa har our thanks for some elegant buaie left for Ait bterhng Alonday Rev E P Mickel passed through here will pcnd a few days with relatives and twaaj and aica appkc and Henry wii and yesterday en route to his home at Gray- Â¬ friends there after which they will go to aoa for auaw fiae tomatoes son in Carter county He has been en Â¬ Furnace in Estill county where her two Mr W E Ward is no longer in our gaged together with Dr Guerrant and little boys are attending school and aataloy ami k aot authorized to make Rev W B Cooper in holding a series of spend several weeks in that neighbormeetings throughout Breathitt county hood any collections for us GKDOas and reports the following additions to IfelXKEEY the Presbyterian Church At Middle Dan K Garrard of Manchester John Tlmck and family hare aioved Fork 74 at Jackson 2 and at White McKincy of Irvin Wm M Combs of fMTJKiHaw to Carswell in Eowan caunty and Ge Oak 1 total 77 He says much interest Jackson Z T Hurst and H N Horton Fiatciar and family will this week move was manifested and the best of order of Campton registered at the Pieratt prevailed House Friday last on their return from ta Fracea Creek in Breathitt county the West Liberty Convention Our farmers should bear in mind that MkaJoak Sample and brother Charles next Wednesday the 15th inst will be Mrs Annie Wade of Lee county Va of Xaai ware in town one day last week regular stock sale day and have their is visiting her brother Gov Granville naate af th Day House They visited stock on hand Severa1 buyers from Evans near Campton It has been some T n ofice in company with about Spencer Station and other places TaXE manufactured by the twenty five years since she was before in Tilak aad Mary Murphy in Montgomery county will be on hand this section Bring your cattle hogs horses mules Go that I waatta kwy 100 hogswhich will weigh and sheep as there is an inquiry for all Rufus Salycr of Montgomery was a Sidney School Furniture I will pay I kinds of stock and there is no doubt 10 atwiior more for John Loughlin Sole Proprietor 3 a M ae 4ggy aom s I will be at but more buyers will be present than ou gueBt of the Day House Sunday night SIDNEY OHIO Hud Graaa stock ules any former occasion aK4 - ftttOfefllUU Mee - OBITUARY THE CONVENTION E W Meeka brought in a h ad of cabbage the other day weighing 9 lb GKiaMAN jpaANR corv f 1 HALLOHAiR a medicinal preparation and at the same time an elegant and cleanly toilet article Its net ion upon the Ecalp is health- Â¬ ful It nourishes the glands which support the hair and causes thin dry hair to be- Â¬ come thick soft and vigorous Jt restores the color of youth to locks which have become faded with age or disease and relieves and cures itching caused by humors of the scalp Dr George Gray Nashua N H writes It gives m pleasure to testify to tho wonderful effects produced by nails Vegetable Sicilian Hair Seaewer as observed by me in very many Is GBossMr8aoarsG6 aSaaaaVaaaaaaaaTaVBiiih St j- - AfcM RENEWER It Â¬ aSJavn 7anR t3fltm fc intti rf 4Bk amjaiak 4Kk aM m tUUUUHl nt AJLUAJUUaJ WI f HihU mm j urft - BRIBLES 74 and 76 Main Street e - t Â¬ I Â¬ I 1 Cincinnati n HENRY F PIERATT Proprietor Nice Vehicles aml Hersas moat reasonable terms Jdatfce tion will be given at all tieies aad those wishing to hire HORSEaad BUGGY or a SADDLE HQJWE will find it to their latere t aaa aultme HOUSES BOARDED ay the single meal day week lrWhen you visit Hazel Qrwi put vour Lowe up with rae aadyea will have it well cared Tor t -- t AT iBTVJHaV itLfliK MCiOJrttSuilg Â¬ ir Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cases will certainly restore TIIE HAIR TO IT8 ORIGINAL COLOR It cleanses tho head of dandruff and leaves tho hair soft glossy and beautiful FT Sandhein 1010 Spruce st Philadelphia Pa writes After unavallingly trying a number of preparations to prevent my hair from falling out and realizing that I was fast becoming bald I tried as a last resort Halls nalr Eenewe r I have used only four bottles of the Rencwcr and sat perfectly satisfied hnt it is the best prepaÂ¬ ration in tho market for checking tha falling out of hair invigorating the hair roots and promoting a new growth It teiiy I teifi s HAZEL GREEN EY mm For Hire at all times and oa the Buckinghams Dye FOR THE ork m Â¬ WHISKERS commends itself to all who have occasion to use a dye for the beard or mustache It will change gray faded or sandy whiskers to a beautiful brown or black as desired The colors produced are and lasting It cannot be washed natural off contains no destructive Ingredients Is cheap safe convenient to use and effectual PRXPARED rfl a r c Successors to HANLY DEALERS IX- - can hire frouTuie for an hear half-lay day or week or longer eWhen you waatohire yoa I aarPARTII COMVEYED TO ANY POIitT IN EASTERN KENTUCKY ON REASONABLE TERMS Give me a call when vou need anything in my line Very respectfully Â¬ J F PIERATT t c Â¬ Â¬ JUDY OLDHAM JUDY K -k 1 Â¬ Â¬ Mount Sterling Ky -- J - BY SA JT S S KALI CO Xasfcta X H V Sold by all dealers in medicines QRAUXA2T J JA9 A SlIUTTLKWORTH Â¬ Â¬ Hardware Qraeensware Stoves Grates Plows c Sole Agents for the World Renowned -5 GRAUMAN SHUTTLEWORTH Manufacturers and Jobbers of Â¬ Â¬ zTENNESSEB WAGONS Â¬ Mens and But 605 W Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mm Main The Best and Cheapest Wagon on Wheels The Trade of Wolfe and adjoining counties is -- respectfully solicited Street Â¬ ADA KY BAUM LOUISVILLE Â¬ Phoenix Stables The Old Reliable Keeps Constantly on hand a Large and well se lected Stock of Â¬ Â¬ Robinson PROPRIETORS On Commission Jones Buy and Sell Horses Mountain men will do well toTonsnlt us before offering stock for sale uk we beliew it will be to their interedt ID N GIVE US A TRIAL Â¬ Pis and jou will stop with us every time Which he sells Wholesale and Retail as Cheap as they can he bought in the State Give him a call and he convinced that you can do as well in Mt Sterling as anywhere else you may go II TKIMBLE ROBT M TRIMBLE i 111 KJ J THE NEW AND ELEANT j Â¬ u iru til r JENNIE HICK ARM i iim BUY 3STO r JUNE 5i Â¬ SEWSNG MACHINE IS THE BEST OTHEE THIMBLE BE0S WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS IN - 0r The Celebrated J Â¬ MM T W DESK Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oils Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling J it C B SWANCO 1 I DEALKR IX GENERAL MERCHANDISE The LADLES EAVORITE becatise it is LIGHT BUHTNXNQ and does uch beautiful work Agents Payor itobocauao itis a quick and ea3y seller HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY KKEl d CONSTANTLY ON HAND Â¬ A TVIX ASdORTEKNT OF mm WASTED INJmDPBD TEuEIMY JUNE UNUFACTUIUKG CO Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clpthlngj Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queenware Tinware Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Crocer- Farming Implements ies Stoves andfiret class country store and at BOTTOH PRICED iu a ESTABLISHED ISW It is now nearly srrty yean since thu Bedicia was offered as a rcaud for Wwrrat and frora that Kae its reputation twa steadilr lacreaMd uaul at th4 srescac day tela world to be thei mtrcirn rrtnedr Worm CoafcCBoo universally acLcowledgeU throucnout nearly ail puts at xlmoit made more for the purpose of ptczMDC the pauic inaa 01 giatmniin the disease tUTe bees mamiftftarej aitover country but their slort lease of life is nearly exhausted aad B A FahnestocSts Venni coatisaes to grow la fcvor aad sjams are most frequently the ntsoX id dally CKIinn often look tale and sitkly frora no other cause than w mum u nucn tacf uc Irritable and 4ct3 sn tncte xueden sappers ana znincr nwK moaninp- aad eriadia iac leeta then be assured these STatatoiaa rilT Ttfiitlntr wholetorae diet tossing in seo Cor La Salle AYenne ni OntenoStreel CHICAGO ILUr In fact everything usually kept Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt dne me all kiadaQf Country Produce and Live Stock of every description W N HALDEMAN President of 4 thr Great BAFAHNESTOCKS te rtleIy Bxxtoxd Davis that Jaka Howartos reqnaats us to state who has causedtke saddlery and harness MORGAN COUNTY that artiat who bring wheat to the business to center on the firm of Dunlap Caaaaaaaa Mall will get forty pounds of Bros Co Louisville was in town Ezel Sept 4 Nias Lovelace a citiftamrt tke bushel and that after the Thursday and as usual sold a big bill to zen of this community has obeyed the lOtk laat the will will grind every day J T F Day Nunnelly is a nimble scriptural injunction Prove all things nomad and generally comes in the nick and hold fast to that which is good Dr Gaa Mcarland of Jacksonville of time Besides this he represents a Having lived with a woman for several Hkt kas aor thanks for thelate St Louis first class house and last but by no means years and reared a large family of chilmap an ia which we notice that Ben least sticks to printers ink as an auxil- dren he has concluded she is the one for Bob Nunnelly nomadic nucleus Â¬ CORRESPONDENCE This Desk hAS tooen Adopted in Nearly All the Leading Schools of tho Country LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL CO Tells What Ho Knows of w 4 j Daarkif k kaMiac a ralipoa aad temperance aaoo to joia Sam Jones in iary to trade meet- Jao Â¬ Th parfTinnaTr a tnll rennrt of tbn we publish elsewhere Hamage of which V Faa Aaha Tvler ot Beattyville was plainly felt in this locality on lues- aaa several days witk her aiaay friends j day night Aug 31st Mouses were sna- at this mlaoe iatt week All rere giau ken and furniture ana dishes rattled likeÂ¬ ttfaaaJLattletraf aapecially one young they were being knocked about in a fam aaaa whose ajat aaese like meteors when ily row The shock lasted about one minute but some claim that at other aha patted aie aigat places in the neighborhood it lasted an Ed Cardwell aq Circuit Cleric of nour or more at JacxBoa Globes Kcgistenj Dictionary Holders ilapj Map Cases Numeral Frames Churt DietionarieH Anatomical Models Erasers Blackboards Liquid Slating Bells Crayon Microscopes Â¬ Orrica or thk Coueies Jookkal Lodisyillx And everything needed in a school room Vr Xyintrrtmith Ad- ST Write us for complete catalogue Sirt I waive x rule I bavc observed for him and on yesterday they were mar droas waoy year the value of 7ur remedy prompt- Â¬ ried Rev D G Combs officiating say in reptyto your request what I know Sidney School Furniture Company ing iuc to 3fyour Chill Cure The private assurances ofits A few days ago several buggies loaded Hcacy I had and the good results of its effects T with young people of this commnnity SIDNEY OHIO nad observed on Mr R w Meredith who for itore flOJy than fifteen years ha been foreman of my office went to the cliffs of Broke Leg to take induced toe to test it in lay family The results in the scenes of nature The hoys say M FORD Tne first case as aavc been entirely satisfactory ef two years standing in which I believe every that some of the scenes were so captivat- Â¬ WITH 1625000 NOW IN USE WINTBRSMITHS are indications of worms Many a help lets etna has bees laid In the CHILL CURE rravewfcenthe itease which death has been entlrelv mtiundrrstood and hen worms tewe really been tkeemne It has bees proved bv64 citII that vrorras Ut in the hernia system trom earimt inlancy th refore partnis eecially mathtrx who iremoit con Â¬ stantly with their children cannot be too obserrinj cClhcjfrjt jjmftf i rm t va jursly as they isOer caa bu the timely use cf B A FihaejtocksVermt6ge tatfy and if ftdily removed form the yntrt dtlitate mantXiy practice aad many ot the ost eminent of the prohrwaa Physicians do not hitW to reconmead It and use it in their ta cMM It hasrequeutlr bee from all parts of the country testify to its uniform success In fact it sever Call ten as a safe purjatlve not ssipecting th cauae of the Ulnossand Urge quantities or worms were chhri d and relief afforded Great caurion mutt be used by every purchaser to bcbiowa judse in oaa sens asd ta exaaurvr verr bottle he buv j of it The simple name of FaHNBSTOOC is not su5iteat HetacstlxlrcIaelyaadcarcllytoseet Initials are tJ A r AKXESTOCK aad Desatisned witi nomiLg cue fAsrsntBcTZ Md New Fraskuv Hovard Co Mo HaTln used the orlgteal B-- A Fahaatock Vecswfcfe Kaslett Pittsburg- Pa Mews Schwarti Gtntltmttt I have used some of that most excellent rem Â¬ any practice for many years I hare- na hesitaacy la reoa edy B A Fahcestocks Vermifuffe and found it to bare the acadiaz it as a remedy whlcii is tafi rtiiait aad tjt untt K aeded here a Versif desired effect I think your Vermifuge can not safely te dis Â¬ la all case THOS H IIASTJY M D pensed with in aay Umily Yours Ac eud VERMIFUG it kib ioat i - je J L SCHWARTZ a GO b a j i nussAiui Shoe Go Manns Bros Boot them There is a rumor in the country that Manufacturer and Dealers in the Christian Church at tbis place holds close communion and will not receive So S2 IVest Pearl Street Breathitt atteadsd the West Liberty members from other denominations with- Â¬ roaTmtieii last wek and stopped here J O Hall a first class photographic out rebaptizing them This is false CINCINNATI O todav a law iaTe oft hiB return home a guest t artist will be here of all or tomorrow to every word of it who may wish P ROGERS of the Pieratt House He left Monday take photographs J O Hall and ilr Trap traveling arÂ¬ to secure the shadow ere the substance WITH via Campton far homt His coming will supply a long tists are here taking pictures Their fades To scratch or not to scratch Ib the felt want and enable our people to get work is so life like that the boys have CO SHIPLEY DOISY aaeetx ust now perplexing a young the best pictures for the feast money been caught winking 8t the picture of weeks The He will only the Taetropolis of tt ofgallant needs only Morgan over people should remain two once and the their lover mail route from here to Yo The now see him at come to vesag cum has a new poatoffice at McGuire lat ame nanus aumiuitcjr ijana 1 -There are mam accidents and diseases Goodpasters store ou Toms Branch ray IL gooae grcaet I I which affect 8tock and cause Ferious in named Omer James Hall of convenience and loss if ti J Jkckburn representing Warren his work which may to the farmer inÂ¬ ing preparations Campton is here makto plaster the new be quickly remeof boots and shoei Co- - manufacturers J H McLeans church which ia a splendid buildiug Lewrrille Kv and Boston Mass de died by the use of A J Lowther and H M Eafle of Middle and East- - Volcanic Oil Liniment Sold by G- - B airMlfeeaMrcataof Cor 4th anePEtrn Streets Vaughn Harrison county aro visiting Rev James to see his samples oeiore Swango Hazel Green and J Keavtacrr OHIO Arnsparger and family of this place CINCINNATI Campton perchaaea elsewhere ing they could not keep from talking to W Fahlon 4 cc BAUER i-- u PiiisbBrf Pa Prtffitli Boots Shoes Rubbers J nowseveral months they have entirely disappeared From the opportunity I have had to judge 1 do not hesitate- - to express my belief that your Chill Cure Ua valuable specific and performs all you promise Very respectfully for it W N HALDEMAN oo sale bv J T P Day known remedy had been tried with temporary re Â¬ liefthe chill returning periodically and seemingly Your cure broke them at with increased severity oaceand there has been no recurrence of them for more than six months The other case was of a miider form and yielded more readily to other remedies but the chills would return at intervals antil your medicine wa used since which time s K FORD VITII AUGUST BURNHEIrii 516 Broadway NEW YORK At My Shop CLOTHING OtjfORT5 AN1 JOBEISS OS EPAfRIftfG Â¬ -- Ir DRY GOODS ii r4ttf am now prepared to do all kinds of I urepairing on Watches Clocks Jewelry ELECTRIC sand optiral Roods Brin me your v ork To introduce it m e will for u short timogive assand it will be ncatlv una promptly rt-awav in each county to thobC likely to make i2gpaird at reasonable prices Hoping by number of our GER iShonCht work and fair prices to merit food aeentf a limited ELECTRO GALVANIC SlSPEXSO avour patronage I remainT F PAPJL a positive aud unfailing cure iST You truly itY BELTS for Ncrvoua Debility Weakness Vuricocelc Loss oP Vigor Jiheuniailsm etc I00 Re- Â¬ 2JS SliilVfaitw this paeeror obtain estumtot ward paid if every Belt wc wfeinifacuire electric current en adf Using space vfcen in Crucago will tnd it on file at does notjrenerateaRenaine Address at once GERMAN BELT AGENCY 45 to 43 Hinddph St 3 AKA ju4 P O Box 173 Brooklyn Ner York BELT FREE 1 3S 1 at EzeL Dry Goods AND NOTIONS thiep saps wsm streets Cincinnati pea BUY your paperatenvelopes ink cSfev c TheHexai 9Virf8t sV - r tjrir trmn Agij jUfflir T 4ti - ft7ivr m 1 - T IT nf ftmi fTSZ rf k4jv ir GubtHseaia M1U OOCCTt Prof rieeer XA2ILGMjf- - tM I fcere a aweeesweet e DTMmmm EEKTDGtT was not without that grain cf romasce that is seldom left out in wom- Â¬ en The Countess Maurice Roller was not that juite as good as the half dozen countesses she read about in the society columns of the papers And men tne romance although it would be as well not to have it too widely Sh Burt-Robin-so- WHICH ONE wers ET HStew am deeply attached to her I wish a4 rare to ask her to be my wife Not being An weieamx jre4 fes suked of e laokLtaWlteetfefa Thn Maurice was so handsome and shreds and splinters in her hand and familiar with the custom of the country played so grandly only the sooner he threw them with no ignoble skill into I have only my own instincts to guide Mire eer thropea stopped playing the better And so the pond fifty yards away me I refer to Mademoiselle Jeanne jfcatc urate ivMHs rwrHe Bar wfee mow tfee Sewers metbiats Miss Lilian dreamed and planned sit- Roller stared at her blankly Was it Lefevre My SMT6C JmA dirtee Mr Burt Robinson jumped up and wu2 111 a iuiuess aiuiuue in a large possible that rose bud Lilian ill treated arm chair slowlv fluttering her Wat- - th s dependentf f eater His heart swelled grasped Rollers hand warmly A Aawftragraace greets the eye A4 twMco gar Hs the Jdr teau ian while the breeze as sofily flut- - within him as a mans heart is apt to most excellent joung woman Any lbeat ad daffodils teredher filmy draperies 2scxt to her swell at the idea of injustice to anv thing I can do you may command me JunlTteiett here aad there sat mamma a dutiful and obedient as thug young and pretty of the other sex- I can refer you to the German Con Tphe Joaqaile brlxht are all is Dloom the American mamma usually is in Does she treat you ill he asked sul said Roller fumbUng in his card anoves owa hue Pk Mdiirtcarteaaaogwect sad otdasxbiBe families of the Burt Hobinson stamp Jeanne looked at him with fine scorn case You will perhaps understand As teiatr bereeetis Waeand back of them the French girl with Do you not think she asked in her me when I say that I prefer having cer- Â¬ Gwendolen sprawled all over her lap that I could tain circumstances in my favor per pretty French English fcWepes biasRiDg- rc Crow sear far Wlee tall The firt time the eyes of Jeanne Le Â¬ take care of myself from that that lit- Â¬ haps remain unknown He A4 crcaptag j aaee wall tendrils spread fevre and Roller had met something tle thing But I tell you what mon- Â¬ Mr Burt Robinson a card with hishanded their name ffcB ke gardes like an electric shock had passed be-Â¬ sieur she continued as Roller remained Count Otto yon Roller engraved on hVHtaos wkh their droopieg sprays tween them Jeanne had thought it silent you need to take care of your- - it and in a corner a coronet This last The par pie aad the white was hate although it might have been self She knows you are a Count Bah impressed the sturdy republican deeply Are teaag soar battercaps that drop Thete saialag petals bright love as tne boundary line between these 4lirhrh nftiAlot If I can gain Mademoiselle Lefevres two emotions is not always clearly de Â¬ Roller bit his lip and looked annoved consent I would choose to be married The aurieeids stand all arrayed fined Jeannes father had been an of- Â¬ but at last burst out laughing and then at the French consulate here I under JPote whfe a crawa ef eaM ficer in the French army from Alsace sighed a German sigh Mademoiselle stand there is great simplicity in your XUee iKtfe warriors bold and had been killed in the sortie from sa dr he do not deprive me of my only marriage laws and if rightly vised bj A wealth of color rich aad warm Metz and Roller had actually belonged friend This Miss Lilian Burt Robinson German representatives here it will be at every JJrae sheltered tarn ieafv jre tothe army of occupation and had is kind to me when you are not She quite sufficient wtaBe jjy the bed spent twoycarsin garrison atStrasburg feels sympathy for me a stranger and vac iroaaea lera The laws of the United Stales and as she found out in some way Natur- Â¬ an exile you do not of the State of New York in particular Wy rr1edtte plain s at a loss ally she hated htm and Roller seeing Jeanne beinjj desperately in Jove impressively remarked Mr Ttfaew theoael pnzc theftcrceness of the haired that flamed wth Roller by this time could make rXadyet feefere hlra brlrbt and fair are goodenough for any man to My dear 4d gardes llefc in her pretty face had determined to be j bufc one answer to these reproaches get married under revenged1 on lier If ad11Had his vic- - which was to burst into violent weep tie Rcfta I tell him Mhed kaow A week or two after this Roller and The secret of jar joy tories and he said to himself that he ing Roller remained calm - HeJcnewJ Jeanne were on the steamer- - sailing That be THaet sav wnicll best hejores would make this blaek Urowed French something about women and was not away toward Germany with a cable Â¬ te Mae eyed girl or boy girl yet give him a soft glance out of inordinately disturbed by their senti- Â¬ gram from the parents of the bridegroom lie does mw so I feel Jier Southern eyes mental tears die attempted respect- Â¬ and another irom the mother of the My secret he has sraesed He had a way of looking at fully after the Continental famion to bride securely laid away in Rollers kaewe 2 - love each oftc therait well he knows intently that exasperated her take her hand but Jeanne rudely re- pocket book Lilian was cross for a best JOHpkmc Coutttw in Geed IIoustkfrpin He played at her things she knew full pulsed him and rushed past saying month or two but not being a bad ofsentiment and longhig that made between her sobs Yes yes you are hearted girl she got over it and iound 2X her yearn to box his ears And yet he the lover of that little thing lake her some compensation in bragging of her ROLLERS VICTORY wasso stealthy about it He saw what and bz happy Forgetill about Jeanne friend Countess Maurice Roller Asfor every body saw what filled Mrs Burt Lefevre 1 am rightly served The Jeanne Alsace and Lorraine are for-Â¬ Rob nson with angifsh that Lilian was Germans have done harm to me and gotten She is quite willing to let byX Genuine Love Affair at aWater making what is vulgarly and with vul- Â¬ mine from the first wish I could hate I gones be by gones and lays the Franco- ing Place garity called a dead set at him you as I ought and andy-German war to the machinations of yoU Why he could not imagine Why Roller saw her slim black figure dart iticians Harpers Weekly on with -It lias been so many years snce a any girl her earth and her Lillians ing ahead of him jn tho gloom As he beauty money walked slowly back pulling hisblonde 3outli HE WAS EXCUSED genuine love affair occurred at a water should want to marry a place 4kat Ike one between Roller aud everybody supposed to mauawhom evv mustache heconcluded that he really An Old Darkys Striking Argument lu n be penniless loved this little French girl and the the French governess was regarded as a German violinist was beyond him He only thing for him to do was to marry Question of Natural History mistakenly fancied that titles without her and take her back to Munich succession of ijhenomena The Bran In Down in the woods of the Chicka oa was the latest type of aesthetic sutii money were not valued in this glorious the joy of the prodigals return his mauga battle fields rabbits skurry from RepubPc and all werhoisl a lare Queen Anncman that he could layhaving squanderedhav Â¬ parents would probably forgive him Â¬ one brush heap to another and the his hands on aud mm sarrounded witk cottages equally ing nothing but bis violin at present be- Â¬ and he would be free from the persecu- squirrels chatter as they look down from in regard to falling in tions he Qaeoa Anne high in altitude as in tween himself and starvation he saw love withendured Baroness von Rafel their perches at men wandering from a certain tariff as the Anglo Saxons u The no more reason why Lillian should de- Â¬ stein who had eyes like the bottom of a point to point in the openings Wo cottages were the resort of those favor Â¬ vour herself to his dipt urc than to that pewter plate and weighed twice as were skirting Snodgrass Hill when we Jt is easy to convince heard a gun go off followed by a series ites of fortune who wearying of New- Â¬ of the cornet who was also a remarka- Â¬ much as he did bly good looking young fellow But ones self of the wisdom of what one port and Lenox sought a place where Mss Lillian knew her game of yells and whoops Pushing into the Count they could have a fortnights re t from Rollers palace in Munich fixed it She strongly desires so Rollershemind was woods a few rods we came upon an old reached pretty well made up before darky seated on a log with one pant leg tfce business of pleasure The style of would not in the least mind being the Burt Robinson cottage rolled up There were four or five tiny drees was severely plain among the Counters Roller and if the violin ep Lilian was waiting for him in a dark streams of blood running down and it TroHien and the men affected Norfolk sode got out it could be treated as a corner of the porch Well where is was plain enough that some scattering my fan jackets and shootng coats The e pe- Â¬ lark had struck him Miss Lefevre sitting far back and Rollers heart gave a jump He had shot we reached him a colored boy culiarities were unknown to the Burt As glowerng darkly at the handsome I 1 as-Â¬ about sixteen years old came out of the Uobinsons when they took the most ex Â¬ young German rather amused Lillian forgotten all about the fan ou mademoselle I searched sure pensive cottage for the season They until in a paroxysm of ill temper one and Im sure it is not in the path he brush with a light shot gun in his hands the old man and said oaly knew it was very liigh priced and day he remarked that he didnt le added with sudden boldness for it was and Julius look looked upYou has dun heah very exclusive The time came during lieve Roller was a Count at all Some- Â¬ surely at the bottom of the pond shot your fadder in de leg You probably met the governess the sojourn when they blushed for the thing like thrill of fear shot through Why pap I dun sposed you war a numberless gorgeous toilets displayed Lillians heart Suppose after all her sad Lilian with sarcasm in her smooth rabbit I seed sunthin movin in de by Lillian Burt Robmson and for Mrs languishing and poking the violinist voice brush an1 1 blazed away out 1 dhl replied Roller lamely Burt Bobinons diamonds as large as should turn A no more than the cor- Â¬ Zactly Julius I correspond You reassured herself she Ah peas which she wore every ivening net But dun took an ole nigger weighin one She reflected It was now or never hundred and eighty pounds fur a little The Burt Koblnsons had been evolved had Mr Preott Fairbanks word for ami when after a it Munich gilded by triumphal progress Roller in his supposed position would rabbit bout a foot long an jist nuff to thus First there was Josiah B Bobn the Burt Robnson never dare to make the first advances to 60 hardware merchant and dealer in to make soup for one Julius Ize gwine dollars he burst upon New York in a her that had been fully decided Count- Â¬ to show you de difference between agricultural implements then a fint a house on Fifty eight street and cards bhure of glory a the Countess Maurice ers Maurice Roller well it was worth rabbit anyour fadder eugraved Jlr and Mrs Jo iah Burt Roller she would reap a rich harvest the stake and she had read in several He had been cutting a green limb as novels where the heroine had very suc- Â¬ he talked and when he linshed he took Bobinson next a box at the opera for lur penetration After a whc a 1 ttle rivulet of talk cessfully proposed to tne hero and had the boy by the collar and played the noticed in the society papers as that of the Bart Kobinsons and at last simply began to trickle Lewven the violinist been accepted She rapidly ran over in bud to him until the young man her mind the general form of the pro- jumped two feet high and sung out like the Burt Bobinsons as people tay the and the sofa whereon thf Very deftly Roller would get position sat Howard de BedclyfTus By and by we gently in- Â¬ a brass band Roller she said dramatically you terfered to prevent further punishment They had not however got quite up the French girl in conversation They to thelevel of the Howard de Redely fles would tak about music in the pauses are poor unknown a wandering min- Â¬ and the old man held the boy oft and or they would not have been found at between the nocturnes and concertos strel a ked i beg 3our pardon mademoiselle the Brandon House with Lilian the and Roller would inadvertantly as it Julius does jou see me daughter and Clarence the son and lit-Â¬ were drop into French This made I have a regular contract with the pro- Â¬ Yes fadder tle Gwendolen the baby with her French Jea ine tngle the firt tme he d d so prietor of the Brandon House for lour Does you know me frum a rabbit governess Mas Lefevre as they all When the muic wa over aid the peo- months beginning last June Yes That lsiothmgrsaid Lilian vexed Aotedit poky and only came because of ple would stream out of the vast room Den you start fur hum an pick up the acquaintances to be made Miss Roller got into the way of sauntering to have her exordium so disturbed dat hoe an make dat contield ache an Liliau had thought to do great things along toward the Burt Robinson cot- Â¬ But do you not see how it is Do you do nex time you go huntin you holler with her pretty blond hair olowzed over tage and finally to sitting on the little not feel for me off yer moufbefo you hoot off yer To have two women throwthemaelves gun lier blue eyes and her innumerable flu fly red and green porch in vain Mrs an Gemlen good mawnin white toilets She had suggested bring Burt Robiusou entreated almost wept at his head the same afternoon was more please sense dis leetle disrupshun ing the governess along thinking in the and pointed out to Lilian how n ccssary than even German stolidity could stand Detroit Free Press depths of her heart that Mjss Lefevres it was for them to do like other people Roller seied his hat and retreated to- Â¬ dark skin and trim black dresses would and that Roller went to no other cot-Â¬ ward the steps AN ENRAGED BEAST Mademoiselle he said earnestly make a good foil for her own bright tage Pink aud white Lilian had some beaulv The governess was certainly of that nerve and enterprise about her I assure you I feel for you To lose an Seventeen Men Killed and Much Propertj Destroyed by a Mad Elephant very dark ana had no clothes to speak that had helped to make Josiah Burt ornament like your fan cherished for a small begnnings one thousand tender associations the gift jfbuthe had eyes as black as soes Robinson out of hardware men New perhaps of a favored lover a ah A terrible elephant story comes irom in and the way she w ore her simple gowns of the greaest while an elephant York The Van Santvoords and the good evening mademoiselle and he India One morning was truly Parisian was being ridden by its keeper in the There was one thng Lilian did un- Â¬ Van der Trunks had made overtures to was gone Lilian stood angry and irresolute district of Sultanpore in Onde the aniÂ¬ derhand and that was mus c The Roller on the strength of the floating Brandon did not indulge in any thing reports which day by day became crys Â¬ Just then she saw the lamps lighted in mal resented prodding with a spear by so commonplace as a regular orchestra tal zed about hs superiority to his em- - the little drawing room and Jeanne pulling the man from his back and but it had 71 couple of young German- - piovment and of this Miss Lilian did I enter with Gwendolen tagging after her throwing him some distance away Eor It suddenly occurred to her one of whom plaed on the piano am1 not fail to rem nd her mother And so I as usua wrth heart burnngs and anxietes and that perhaps it would be as well to send tunatelyjthc man- fell in a hollow and the oher on the cornet while Roller undiscovered by the ele- Â¬ much gossip Roller gradually became the irench governess home She remained there was tha viol nist who rendcrod phant which went to a neighboring vilan habitue of the Burt Robinson cot-Â¬ stepped in through the open window Wagner S humann and Raff most art s tage Ive been thinking she said ami- Â¬ lage ticallyJn the great dim drawing room For himself he thought it much bet- Â¬ ably to Jeanne that you must find it every moznjig and evening Lilian There he chased an old man into tho ter to it in the shade and watch Lilians rather stupid up here audpcrhap yoifd house then broke down the walls although gvon to affectation could truly say that he adored to hear graceful white robed figure swinging in like to pay a vist to your friends for a mlled the man out and dashed him to them play but tln re was a mystery the hammock than to drink beer and few weeks Im suro mamma will agree lieces The same night the elephant cnocked downseveral houses in quest of about Roller which attracted her True play dominoes with the comet His to it But I have no friends nearer than linuan beings in the villages of Sadar be was only the volinist at a summer whole soul was absorbed in one idea replied Jeanne doggedly pur Bargaon and Jasingpur He killed hotel but there wa a delicious aroma I to make mouev enough to rct back to France Germain crcdtably and with in outfit sitting down aud disentangling a won- Â¬ six men 111 ISersoma three in Sota four of iauiily float ng around him He Somebody wild he was a count or had wnicn wouiu nor reveai tn straits to derful piece of crocheting belonging to in Gangeo and lour in Mardad he hai1 been Put aftcr ettin rid Gwendolen been a count or was going to lea count likewise killed a bullock and a pony and Then vou can go down to the house also completely destroj ed a new car- Â¬ Rubinons of the liaudsome allowance made him and one morning -- trains of a con for his tour Jeanne Lefevre was an in Fifty eighth street t at listening io the last riage The animal used to stand at the But why do you wish to get rid of door of a house force his entrance by ccrtoMr Preeott Farbank- the mot episode Americans puzzled him but Do 1 interfere with demolishing the walls on either side fashionable acqua ntan c 1hey had in this French girl he saw through easily me mademoiselle world came up to sjnsak to them enough She hated Germans she laid our plans in any way1 and would then kill as many of the in- Â¬ the It will be seen that the two young mates as he could pursuing others who Roller started viiby Then her orphanhood her poverty her im he went up to nim andsa1 holdingout changed position all to the Germans ladies were rapidly drifting into a quar- Â¬ tried to run away He mangled the hisliand Why Co mt excuse me but and she fed her resentment on this cool rel Opportunely Mrs Burt Robinson corpses terribly Roller adored entered After securing a victim he sometimes bu ely I am not m stakeu -- J knew Count handsome young fellow dark eytaC and Jeannes glowed so Majfce Roller so welK You up at this time Gwendolen returned to the spot to see if life was ex Â¬ Roller colored up io the roots of his charmingly when they restetf on little Its a quarter of an hour past your tinct and would commence mutilating curly yellow har and awkwardly acÂ¬ Gwendolen wlrch was the only genuine bedtime Miss Lefevre you should not the body afresh He carried several cepted Mr Frescott Farbanks out Â¬ thing in the Burt Robinson family By allow Gwendolen to sit up until nearly bodies long distances and threw them Yes 1 am Roller but slow degrees he got Jeanne to look at eight oclock stretched hand into ra ines etc The elephant found him and then gradually the fierceness 1 Jeanne marched Gwendolen off to his way to Dehra Rajahs place where in iomewuat naru circumstances nieltHl out of her face and when she bed So then she was to he aent back he tried to enter the house of a gardenwould prefer mfam lv did not know -nnSii3- - smiled she was beautiful Ihe first time to Fifty eighth street Thnn le stnnw1 short- - It Well it did not er but some men mounted on three elephants assisted by spearmen drove lv embarrassing to Mr Precott Fa r- - he answered n s glance as he sat piay- - matter she would tell Mrs mg uopin naii she was willing to go and she him off He then returned to Bebipur hnnkc nnni let me interriiiit vnn tliat he had in me hard ugnt toiler ieit fought battle won a would be spared the sight of Rollers in which several persons had taken re- Â¬ hesad hurriedly waving his hand as j and Lilians billing and cooing Next fuge The police got into the house Jt was getting late in the season if Roller were playing for his own mornng it was all arranged before from a back wndow and were obliged Presently well have a mcr had uttered her mysterious Hush Mrs Burt Robinson who to send for help to the Dehra Rajah flight there were breakfast before she takes her talli - but few people left at the Brandon House had of course hem dragooned by Miss who sent three elephants and some Roller went back somewhat tremulous and excited to his everlasting con- - when late one afternoon Roller and Lilian gave some preposterous reason spearmen The animal received two cert o and nocturnes Miss Lilian seized Lilian sauntering along met Miss for sending her back The house was gunshots on the head at Bebipur which Gwendolen for once was open The housekeeper and two ser- Â¬ however only temporarily drove him Mr-- Fairbanks Do tell me all about Lefevre off He was ultimately captured at imm aad what brought him here she not with her The two voting women vants were there and Mr li And Miss Lefevre left on the mid Â¬ minent risk by the Rajahs tliree elewhispered as he bent down saluted each other coldlv and Lilian or three nights after- Â¬ phants and men St JameJ Gazette Cant v dear voting ladv Never walked on when -- he saw Roller dis day train Two Robinson was smoking was- more surprised in my life Last poed to loiter behind In a moment ward Mr Burl Mrs Leland of Reese river Nev xiine 1 saw aim 1 was c ms lamer spai or two they had disappeared Miss Le his after dinner cigar on the balcony acona Munich Most embarrassing rcw fet re stood still when they were out of when Rollers card was brought up to had occasion to dig a hole in her back Kvulre sight that they mght get a long way him Mr Burt Robinsoiis heart sank yard the other day and just under the That wa all but that was enough ahead Presently as she moved slowly He had heard in some way how surface found a fine eight inch ledge of Mr Fairbanks presently escaped from down the winding path -- he saw a fan things were going up at the Bran- Â¬ good chloride silver ore She has had the ldes was seen no more until some an expensive trifle that she recognized don and be was convinced that Roller her claim recorded under the name of cmc caught him cowing ut of the cot- Â¬ at once as belonging to Lilian lying in came to ask hm for Lilians hand and Leland ledge tage where the musician lodged and the path At that moment Rollerlap inferentially for a large sum of ready left oa tfce sight train Nobody else peared money H there was any thing on earth It la said that a woman paid full merchant table board for her pug dog at a lsadinn but Ike Burt Kohinsons had witnessed j this cxcollont hardware uoodevemnsr again mademoiselle tfce xaftrteaaka Bio4a asd thev tacltlv said he addmsslnc her in French loathed it was a German Count Nost Clno tonatl hotel rather bm tha n m Ihmkj It tts tbemwTiis But j Mudaraoscllo LHSan requested ie 10 to an Italian Marquis h esteemed should rkS3oeliU wjih sShi gl 5 q west odious of iholr spjclg3 j riturn aod Jpofc Jov hr fam wbfch he tTaein Uio taWe Icvlutfu mlAi fcterieu r irt FjurnM ns had dropped and as it led me toward yon 1 came willingly There it is said Jeanne sullenly and as Roller stooped to pick it up she snatched it from the ground and m an instant- her stroner white finsrs had s3 o i broken it into a dozen pieces What are Roller caught her wrists known and if it was a money trouble you doing that for he cried were there not many hundredthousand it Because said Jeanne coolly dollars belonging to the belongs to her and because you came and but three to divide it among to look lor it See She took the -- Consequently his greeting to Roller was any thing but conciliatory Mr Burt Robinson said Roller standing with his handsome head bared and his liat held at a correct angle 1 came to you as the nearest and only friend of a young lady in whom I am deeply interested Go on sir snorted Mr Burt-Robins- on A heavt jrrowth of hair is produced by the uso of Halls Hair Renewor How tho Venerable German Monarch Every description of malarial disorder yields to tho curative power of AVers Ague Spends His Days Cure To Itself la but lapertaat parttowtw Emperor William does not smokenor SarsaparHlaisdUfereatrroa wl hwcc toaur take snuff Neither does he wear spec- Â¬ Rhode Isiaxd Is now two hundred and etaer Beefae Stacles When reading or writing he fifty years old but is very small for her PeeHlteriaeoaWMtle properties Lw EMPEROR WILLIAM Peculiar of fe Jtfi - - I I - - Â¬ A Â¬ -- Burt-Robins- on 1 1 I jt - her-aten-d- erly Â¬ All 3Ten Are JCIars said David of old He was probably prompted to mako tho abovo remark after t trying some unreliable catarrh remedy FOR THE CUKE OF Had he boon permitted to livo until tho day and tried Dr Sagos without first consulting the Empress present have had a bettor opinionRemedy Â¬ ho might of manEvery evening they tako tea together kind Wo claim that no case of catarrh Qr CHILLS and FEVEBt and the Emperor is never absent can withstand the magic effects of this Em- - wonderful medicine One trial of it will AMD without lirst acquainting the ALU WULAlMAL DrCAS4 convince you of its efficacy By druggists of his inteption and receving fifty cents Thft- - wnariatagftf tiil nnlniMtll 3 Ercss permission It is during dinner justly claims for ita repMritjnfraIIi If alady who hesitates is lost what must which takes place at f six oclock that eflfec9atetfcegH fklfcaSAJI a lady it be then iiig Majesty decides as to how he stutters A for Tdeqram who stammers or adiea ever SPEEDY aad JHUUULlCT r CEBIAIK T shnll spend the evening These dinners of Agu aad Tevr or Chilli ml 3rwrwlwtJ are of the siniplest kind never more erofshcrtorlOTjstssiiBjr- A Prize In tho tottery than three courses and the repast rarely of life which is usually unappreciated until entire Wsatsra and fomtkenr lasts more than half an hour it is lost perhaps never to return is health Mm testimony to the truth of tfce aMertkft When theEmporpr receives permission What a priceless boon it is and how wo tbatin Bs sue vhatavar viBit fadtotvM if ought to to pass the evening in his own way he worthlesscherish it that life may not be a the diractkaa are stetty fcUaw aaiwwrifA blank to us Many of tho dis- Â¬ laagreatsaay auMaiagliMfca may be seen atthe opera not in the eases that flesh is heir to and which make out sufficient for a care wfceto faaiBM beea grand reception box which occupies all life burdensome such as consumption have been cured by a siagle bettk with ajMC lungs scrofula the center of the hall but in an avant lous and of the diseases and other scrofu- Â¬ feet restoratoa of tha geaeralfcoaltlu Jccta blood scene of the first story where near the cured by Dr R V Pierces aro completelyÂ¬ however pruaeat and ia every saw niimtor Golden Mediactors he can see better and catch cal Discovery after all other remedies t every word The official box is filled have failed Dr Pierces treatiso on con- Â¬ aeaes ier wees us- hh w oaporielry i- 10 cents in stamps hoes eheeked aero with chamberlains iu grand tenue offi sumption mailed for Worlds cases TJsuallV tfcis cers in brilliant uniforms and ladies of Address 663 Main Dispensarv Medical Asso- Â¬ ciation Street Buffalo XY will not require ay aid to keep the eewela ia the palace in gorgeous toilet while the good order SkoeJd tke jatiea hawewr r Emperor himself m his plain uniform Ohio is called tho Buckeye State buck rmira a cathartic mediaLie altar fcavuur take bows and smiles to the aristocratic la- Â¬ eyes a tree of that name flourishes there three or four Soses of the Teafe a aUffe iw Chicago Ledger w dies and distinguished dames in tho 01 mnnnTrvnTiiTV91VTrTWrTtin4 xLbJM a YiiUiJiajmo zxuaiu body of the house When the play is USE so ether pilb - v be sufficient Trazer Axle Grease Price SLOO per Bottle Sixletttw fee over which is generally a little after The Frazer is the Standard Axle Grease o clock his Majesty returns to the of tho world Saves y our horsos and wagons nine palace ho takes a cup of tea and at ten SroRTS ThoM who hang SMITHS TONIC SYRUP oclock if more important receptions BULLS SARSAPARILU do not rotain him in the apartments of around tho corners BULLS WORMI ESTWWER- the Empress he retires to rest like a 3 months treatment for 50c Pisos simplo workman satisfied with his days Remedy for Catarrh Sold by druggists The Popular Remedies otth Day toil and ready to resume it again on lhaiollowing morning Brooklyn Mag- asNever lend a man money who talks of it Friadpal Mice 831 Mala St lMVTgmLi St a more trifle X Y JournaL azine uses an eve glass although he does not wish to admit that his ye sight is growing weak His Majesty sleeps as soundly as the healthiest of youths and never takes a rest during the course of the day He always receives standing up in his salon after having changed his old uniform for a more correct one Should he receive a Prince who has con- Â¬ ferred on him the purely honorary com- Â¬ mand of a regiment that bears his name His Majesty always wears the uniform of that particular regiment In this respect there is never the slightest de- rotation from the rigitLrule of etiquette Hence His Majesty has frequently to change his uniform three or four times within an hour or two The Emperor was always distinguish- Â¬ ed for his exquisite courtesy ana gal- Â¬ lantry And now although ninety years ol age he bestows upon the Empress the most delicate attentions- - He loves to go and spend an hour at the opera which is quite near but he never dis- Â¬ poses of his time during the evenings age tk of iRgredteBU Hood3 SarsapariHT the XaH carattTe Tahw - fee l Ax exchange says that a rase ef hairÂ¬ of Use TcetaWe kingdom- PeeHlfau- 1r its weCkiiial wriWBeeCa less Americans is probable Pleaso giva place and date also excursion rates rllki accosaplfefees esrea Mtfwrte aaaeira Burlinaion Free oer 8tin3 Jr Alabaster is scahcem more immaculate than tho complexion beautified with Glenns Sclphcr Soap Hius Haik and WiiisKEii Drs Black or Brown 50c he died Pat farw Peculiar la streeAaa4eeeaj--BeeAparilla fa tfee only Keetee or trMek eaa Modtotane ik larer eae deffesaid and smaller bottle reqalre larger ew prodace aa good results as Heeds Js aeme--iaPeculiar la its goed name more of noods SarsaparsHa seM hi XeweH wfcere s ldo - rr Sa9arta ew ltlsisadetlaoaUctaeriWeod What did vour father lave you when l Faith he left me an iii PecaHar is its yhonomanat proH abroad bo other preparatlOR fcaa ever s tkee saca popularity la so riaec -- Delicate diseases of either sex however induced spoe Jily and permanent- Â¬ SoWbrairaragRtett ly cured Book 10 centstu stumps Worlds Dispensary Medical Association G63 3ain by C I HOOD Jt CO-- Apothecaries Street Buffalo ir Y Hoods SarsaparHta sn Be9tiie rreaeteriy 5 aMaiwe irH JbcrweN Maaa IOO Doses One PoHar Jk - ican Afteu all it may turn out that the only honest butter is the goat Baltimore Amer-Â¬ dr jom law Sniffs Tonic Syri FEVER and AGUE Bw10 eatrT4r X -v ai -I InTtcr-ata-niJi- nr DR JOHN BULLS - ft jr Out-of-do- or -- novelty caught in the black bass trap at Gloucester Mass Around the fish was a rubber band such as used on preserve jars and probably was put on there br some fisherman when the mackerel was a small tinker The rubber band cut through the skin on the back and if the mackerel had continued tb grow the head would have been cut off by its rubber guillotine Boston Herald A man has been sentenced in Phil Â¬ adelphia to six vonths imprisonment for stealing two rirms If he had gone the whole hog possibly he might hav got off scot free A joker tells of a capitalist Fotunfd thai ho will not let woll enough a ldan without good becurity A mackerel with a collar on was a W BROWNS Dress Makers Latxst Styles ackNoc9ktu5 aad Ladicsiesinas t A rniXTED sheet nlthough snuaro is called a circular because it is intended to go round St Nicholas tells of a dog that can count But it cant equal a cat in running up a column Texus bf tings Burt-Robins- on Â¬ Mv friend conducted Sun a witness his future wife to the altar and there his leadership came to an end a Mamma said an interesting juvenile M do sheep write No child Tbcn VY why aro they provided with pens Herald Combining IR05 xdth PURE TEGETABLK TOXICS qatckly aad completely CLEAXSIS and EXBICHES THE BLOOD Qalckeas the action of the Liver aad Kldatjs Clears tie complexion makes tho skin smooth It does net injure the teeth cause headache or prodace eon Stipstioa ALL OTHER IKOX XEDICISES DO Physicians and Draggista eTcrjrfcero recommend it Mb J A Gejies 21 S Grubb St Colnrabns Ohio says I haTO been troubled with hnmor la my blood for tho seven years Xconld get noth- Â¬ ing to relieve ma until I used Browns Iron Bitters which has benefited ma greatly Mr JVT Holund Sandusky Ohio eay I have nsod Browns Iron Bitters as a blood purifier with good results and cbe rfoly recommend it Mlt CllAS W Blackmcb 67 Mentor Ava Cleve- Â¬ land Ohio saysrM nsM Browns Iron Bitters for my blood It removed the blot chew from my faca and seek and has completely cured me Afi8i Exha HAKTVAif AlltmtowTj Pa says My blotxi wasrer7 thin and watery and I becas weak and langnid After osinc four bottles of Browns Iron Bitters I ant entirely restored to health and fotrensth and cheerfully recommend it RON BITTERS lt Shoou SoBscsnsToat LWEMOOE 1 5CtMPt8 - Pu5ledMeathIyPzk Yeajt Latest Pans Styles 3- oOllHatratioES of ti aarfhfait or scad 3 5 ceats ia two cent stamps for Iatcsc No to W TMORSE PuhEsrr Ke 3 EaaC Patterns oC aew de signs on exhibttioa StxMoSTHS i4X- Suiglc Nuraber nsay b ordered of ITewsdealwa - i9thitNjy ASK FOR TBS W L DOUGLAS raw urponr v Genuine has above Trade Mark and crossed red lines on wrapper Tnlie no other Mado only by JiKOW CIIKAIICAL CO BALTlMOhEMD penecsni equaia uesi cvprr material Dair warranted Take none nniesaStampea Douglas jxOOSho vfarranted- - CeBgrw WL Button and Lace Boys ask M0 for the W Ii Douzlas sarae styles sa S200 Shoe Ifyoacaaaot the 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