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Digital page images are linked to the text file. x---- nZ 7 - - a - jarvw - 4 V ler K5rr- Eft 35 - - -i-v r rtf tt pf V f - f t1 i- j The STEHCER iAZEL THE HEBALB OF A Uh T REE jKJUOISY - f50ft - Sv ttizszt i51riJ r - U w 3 CQf fwHer and Editor OBIZD WITH -- iBTEWiS FBOK iUL jTATIoSfS 1886 SLAVERY IN FIJI 100 AR HUmpto1 riJ II VOLUME II thege oral desigiiito HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY y Ti M1 UVrf prbtluced and each of these portions of the design is and can be washed and cleansed as readily as wood or marble The wood printed in distint color The colors are applied to the printing pulp lis Tipplied while in a plastic state blocks or rolls by an endless band of and the design which is to be stamped muslin passing through a tank filled on the paper is engraved on a die which with the colorfor that particular biock is prjssed down upon the bod of pulp as As the band covered with the color it is spread upon the linen covering passes from the tank it travels orer or The molded material liardens quickly beneath a piece of metal having a but does not become brittle in fact it toothed edge technically known as a is so pliable that this new wall covering doctor and till superfluous paint is rolled up the same as wall paper is removed running back into the tank though of course not so comgactlv4 Por the interior decoration of houses ThTffr5ntingfo3Is afe b adjusted that and closely especially halls drawingrooms each portion of the design is dining rooms this new material is gain Â¬ joined together producing a har inoniouSg cfTect These printing ma- Â¬ ing in popularity very rapidly It is a chines prut from hvo to twelve poor conductor of heat and thus the colors at the same time The colors moisture in the room does not gather are nrcnared bv a special process so upon it It has a smoother warmer rbie carving aim that they do not run or blend Thi lopk thaujvood or Heavier shades are applied Jfists a j has no glare4o break up andjrcllect the n i linftif oecome gengrai uiing a nougume arrangemen m iJKllV liL o filino nor uoes--i- t printing blocks warped by heat The fact thatHhJs ma of the colors and thn depentisSin great measure upon the de- Â¬ terial is made m continuous rollfc ren Â¬ ders it especially adaptable for dado sign whch is to be produced After passing over the cylinder the work orfriezes A dado formed of printed paper is carried to the tirver on ths material cau be carried- - all around an endless chain This dryer extends a room into any angle corner or bay- the whole length of the faelorv and bv window without a break It harmonan inrenioris arrariremi nt the endless izes with wall paper much better than cliaimearrying the paper passes around carved wood or stone and does not a piuar anu returns io tne ouier enu oi chip or break when struck by any piece the room As the paper passes off from of furniture The variety of designs in which the the cylinder it is caught up at intervals of about eight feet on wpoden sticks newwall covering is made is as great These sticks are almost as with ordinary wall paper but called carriers moved along bv little projections on the the colorings used are by no means as endless chain f the paper hanging iuj varied Aftur it has Jjeen hung upon loose loops or joias oetween me car-riers1 the walls however it can be painted or The paper is carried along for gilded so as to resemble burnished a distance of two or three hundred metal or can be colored and grained to feet over coils of steam pipe and thus imitate any kind of wood leather is quiCKiy uneu Afterhanglngfor a bronze4apcstrv ceramic or other style lensrth of time varvins from six to oi decoration Among tne many siyies twenty four hours the paper is taken in which this material is produced the from ihe carriers and laid in a dry room one which is the most popular at this where it remains until the drying pro-Â¬ time is the Japanese but Egyptian cess is thorougbly JmpleteT It is then Greek Byzantine Moresque Mediaeval taken to anotherfpom where by Renaissance and- - mifrfy other patterns ingenious machinery it is rolled in are produced N YJPost lengths of marlcet able size If itisdesred fi KY- - WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 22 VALUABLE NUMBER 30 pimAHnjoan 1 UNDER HER PARASOL JJAIAnE Pfce white uantfeirllxninered In the svn And lliiie inpbmsr Avaveslnjlc ltl y ery should have taken such very great First Senator Come now yoit TJtao vrsbt how my words lesun pains to re establish a most undeniable havent opened vour mouth Second XtHtttbey wfire Idle well agree form of slavery as soon as we annexed Senator Pardonine I have gaped all 2 wy have talked about the sun c mcraarea mildly of the sea Burlington Free Fiji- - Great Britain only consented un- Â¬ through your speech - Xmt shevas very dear to me csa vot mttcr ItWhat foimal attcr all made from tin plate or more properly der pressure from Australia to replace Press words prefaced my nles Almost any body can take a com- Â¬ tinned plate the substance which we King Tbakombau on the understanding Bwncth iir scarlet parasoL bitt call tin being sheet iron coated with a that Fiji wds to be governed for the pliment when it is thrown at nim ooked KS sprAve as anvaiun J v not every body knows how ia wearlt tin wash Nc articles are made of pure benefit of the Fijians No doubt from after he gets AndTctltacwUield tbelcey or solid tin Tin is also a constituent To ootti our heaxls fori had won it Si Albans VL Mcsr a certain point of view notably that of xenger Tiie fairest on this earth to me element in many other metals of which i Sfce wnfc no more a maiden frce the principal is bronze The vast amount Sir Arthur Gordon the former Govern- Â¬ At this season of theyeacamaarwhc irftSBervant at her call Ad Iheart My of tinned plate used in roofing is ap- Â¬ or and Sir Wm Des Yoeux the pres Â¬ cant carry a hoe-- luuadle a hundred hoidixts jobllee- JieaCRtn iier scarlet parasol parent to every one Its cheapness du ent one this understanding has ceen yards can lug a fishing rod tweaty miles rability and beauty has made tin an m carried out but unfortunately opin- Â¬ The rod is so much ligkterv yoi EXVOV disponsable product and any discovery ions materially differ as to whether Merchant Traveler 2Cext eaon bj that snaimrea j Wctiro Rero inarriort t hat Is all which will lead to a greater supply is an Vfilnessf the Fijians1 mean the chiefs or Doctor said he as be eafceredtht Xor wits It strunge the knot should bo or the commoners office local nobility1 When oil cake vas Mod to the object of interest a5ed iieaUi hcrscarlat parasol dont know what the trouble Strangely enough every known metal Certainly Fiii has been governed for is but II cant sleep atnight George Days in Zftulz What ration instead of getting siv and one Em a half pounds of butter eight and one has heretofore been found in this coun- Â¬ the benefit of the chiefs who backed is your business my friend1 Youngmaav jon need half pounds were obtained in one in- Â¬ try except tin There have been rumors up in every one of their aggressions on plumber sir MAKING WALIrPAFJSK of covys at different times of the discovery- of their serfs for they are nothing more stance Where the selection a clergyman I cant undertake to cue Chicago TribHxe extra richness tin dejosits but they have lacked veri- Â¬ by Government House have grown rich your conscience has been judicious the This time there seems to bo and prospered exceedingly The au-Â¬ of the milk in butter will naturally fication What does this Tb Ipgremous Machinery Used in Fair Traveler follow the use of rich feed while it no mistake The deposits are not only thority of these chiefs was confirmed by mean The expressman say3 he caitft Its Manufacture will not be so with the ordinary cow very large but the tin is of a superior England for several reasons chiefly that find mv trunk Here Is the check for Each cow has her own peculiarities in quality fully equal to the Cornwall they were practically the representa Â¬ it Baggageman The trouble U product At present we pay 830000 Xedera Condition of the Trade The tives or delegates of the people and maam that you changed cars to oftes this direction Rural World we buy from Changes of Taslilou Hand Trunin Mr li B Gurler the eminent 000 annually iffor the tin Hills mines that if the chiefs were brought into con- Â¬ The check and part of the handle bas England and the Black tact with civilization it could through arrived but the other pieces haveatgoi The Ucw Material Employed dairyman is an advocate of winter are all are representeu to oe Omaha World for Wall XecoraUou dairying He claims that by changing nearly that they money will be retained them reach the people in thepleasantest along yet all of this and easiest fashion from summer to winter dairying he at home Mr Unity was quite liberah Unfortunately what the chief under- Â¬ but soRev has raised the average net profit on absent minded Ther were mak Â¬ The extraction of the metal from the The hoqspholder of the present day forty cows from fifteen dollars to forty earth and its conversion into commer- Â¬ stood by civilization took a practical ing up a whist party when Miss Mabel certainly has reason to be thankful that dollars per head His winter ration is cial form will give employment to form very speedily Manchester goodsÂ¬ said to him Mr Unity wonTt yo wall papers with which his rooms the early cut clover and timothy with equal thousands of men and the plate which were very pleasant evidences of civiliza- ion usr Mr TVRpnns is nunrto taK IUt TTir parts by measure vof wlieafc bran and now largely comes from abroad will tion preserved meats were toothsome a hand and be mv partner my be decorated can not be as easily and the chiefs also found superior merits wakes nn with a start and breaks his milk sud- Â¬ henceforth be made in this country corn meal One winter discarded as a bonnet or a cloak for if denly shrank from 855 to 750 pounds Large capital will doubtless be needed in boats and cutters built on Europenn everybody up bv remarking 4Isnt euch were the case itis probable that if and on ascertaining the cause he found to develop this new industry but there lines But all these things meant this rather sudden Have you got ia Jus purse were deep enough he would money was that late had been substituted for early will be no difficulty in securing the h c money and toto getwho were per-Â¬ license men easy enough have to pay for new coverings for the cut hay Prairie Farmer FashionablcLady Dbntyou think essary funds as the mines if properly fectly well aware that they were walls of Lis house every year Each worked will be much more lucrative privileged beings in the eyes of the of-Â¬ doctor that my husband ought to send DAIRY RULES yuxr the manufacturers of wall papers to appl v than quartz at 340 a ton its some of ficials at Government House What a me to some fashionable watering place a coaf o bronze powder to make THE SENOUSSITES issue new books containing samples of a figure thertigure which is to be thus Black Hills mines are now assaying native chief might do to a native com- Â¬ for my health Doctor Why madanr Hints far Dairymen Who Deliver Uik to the designs in stock and each year the treated is stamped on the paper as it A Mohammedan Sect with an Uncompro- Altogether the discovery may justly be moner mattered little to the Governor you have a phenomenally robust phyÂ¬ Choose Factories or Creamerie t in our com- Â¬ who had ratified to the former the right sique Fashionable Lady I knew there raising Hatred of Christianity designs coloring and styles of these passes througlr the printing machine Cows must have an abundance of called a great step forward The Senoussito sect founded in North good wholesome food pure and not mercial march as a Nation Philadel to do practically as he pleased so long was something the matter with met iroods undergo changes more or less with a heayv coat of varnish Then of it j the passing Native Where have i to go to get rid Chicago as he avoided cannibalism aiout the middle of the present too cold water to which they can nave phia Call marked and a jiaper which last year after pipe bx once over othercoil of or Saratoga colors the steam customs were to be scrupulously respect- Â¬ Long Branch was eagerly sought for may this year may be dried order that is sent through century by an Arab of the Beni Senous access at all times the paper THE PERIOPHTHALMUS ed and the native custom of Lala was Tribune meet with no sale whatever should a lonr air tiht box in which this bronze tribe from neighborhood of Tlemsen in Â¬ An exchange says it Is- fust as im- Â¬ Cows must not be overheated or untheverv thing as a lever for money rais Queer Ways and- Hahitsof a Verj- - Curi- Â¬ ing in the hands of the chiefs The right I portant for a girl to make good bread as Algeria is organized on tne system of duly excited or worriedatany time Not only there ks any stock left over dust is sifted over the surface from a ous and Amphibious Fish by the to paint a picture It may berburdÂ¬ tk the styles change but the colors perforated txajv and the paper then secret societies of Europe with uncom- Â¬ of Lala is the The udder and teats should be thor Â¬ There is very curious amphibious fish chiefs to collect right possessed taxes at girl cant throw soul tone tech passes around tlife tnd of the traveller promising hostility to Christian civilizasilfco one year the demand will be the indiscriminate It has their own will and for their own uses nique feeling chiaro oscuro and such and back 6v3r the lidt air or steam tion as its mainspring of action From oughly cleaned before milking ly on tho tropical Pacific shores greatest for pronounced positive colors washing if need be and the teats t name so one is forced to and in old days this feudal right was things into a loaf of bread The latter nd the next year soft subdued tints pipes its cradle in the Tripolitari Sahara it has should not betwet during the process no English The finest and most elaborate designs nd shades almost indistinguishable adopt the alarming scientific nomencla- Â¬ seldom abused for two excellent rea- Â¬ however put in a frame and hung wall would no will be most in demand Then again however are printed by hand Each extended its ramifications through all of milking This sons Firstly before the arrival of the aganst the parlor as attractive and ture and call it periophthalmus the manufacturer of wall papers has to color must be stamped separately and Korth Africa from the Somali coast to Europeans and their civilization tlie doubt look qute Kindness and gentleness should be is classical for stare about Perioph M Henri provide different styles and colors to any one cancat once distinguish paper the mouth of the Senegal chiefs had but few wants beyond a house artistic as the picture painted by the the eminent explorer of the used at all times Cows should not be actually walks straight out of water at and food and secondly because the girL- - Norrstown Heralds suit the demands of the trade in diffe- Â¬ that is printed by hand from that printed Duveyrier talk or other ebb tide and promenades the bare beach rent parts of the country chiefs knew quite well that if they op- Â¬ Inlsew York by machine In the former at one of Sahara estimates the number of the excited by loud be milked bynoises What college do you intendsending the same erect on two legs Cows should dis-- khouan or brothers at not less than a in search of crabs pressed the people thev would bo de vour son to a ked an Allegheny gen- Â¬ ndthe Eastern Stales the demand may of the margins will be found at posssible quickly il be greatest for dark browns cr greens tances of about eighteen inches line million and a half while that iigure milker and as water andassalt placed and stray animals naturalists say He posed and clubbed to death Even be- Â¬ tleman of another this morning and good pure Each of back at fore the annexation the growing influx thought of s nding him to Harvard lines or dots containing the colors form- Â¬ ruaj probably be doubled or other colors of a deep tone while at hops about like a frog and stares llieAYest these goods wrill find no sale ing the design These are the marks these adepts he says isnot only ipso in easy access you over his shoulders with his squrnt- - of trade was raising the greed of good but now Im thinking more favorably During cold weather cows should po Indeed why have you wliatever and the trade there will run guiding the men in their work of stamp Â¬ facto a missionary but is ready at th - comfortably housed their stalls well ing optics Nothing can be more ludi- Â¬ things in the chiefs with so distinct an of Columbra himWcllColum- xltqgether in colors of a light tint or ing the pattern The block or die for sitrnnl of hissnnfirior to transform crous than to see him thrust his movaÂ¬ effect in tho matter of Lala that the old changed your opinton and an abundance each separate portion of the pattern self iuto propagandist agent a soldier cleaned and littered cold water accessi- ble orbs right out of their sockets like a Fiji Government was doing its best to ba outrowed Harvard at the recejit Tice versa So with patterns also of good and not too No matter which break down this feudal right and it trial You ee I want my son to have The manufacturers of wall paper now J which is tobe printed ina certain color a bravo or even a cowardly prisoner pair of telescopes J is about eighteen inches in length the agency of the sect he ble The To calculate on a change of fashion every way he wishes to look he can was in the hope of doing this still more the best educaton the country affords Milk if kept over night should be do it without turning his head for his effectually that annexation was so year nd only manufacture enough workman presses the die upon a pad ascribesmany recent ridings in Algeria Pittsburgh Chronicle covered with the color and then and numerous massacres of European placed in a tank surrounded by cold goggle eyes are capable of an indefinite strongly urged by the whites Instead st ock to last through one season If A lata judge whose personal a jij laces it upon the paper as it travelers such as that of Mile Tinnos water or ice laid one of the principal manufacturers amount of protrusion If you try io however of doing any thing of the pearance was as unprepossessing asjif for If in in this city a few days ago thefancy es on the table in front of hmi tak- Â¬ partv in the Soudan m 1S69- the the milk is for butter or cream the catch him he will give you an amusing kind Sir Arthur Gordon determined to legal knowledge was profound and h s creamery or market cool Althe f the public should be so much taken ing care that the iniide at- the edjre of and of the Flatters Mission exhibiton of quickness Just as your govern through clrefs by the old feudal intellect keen interrupted a feniale witr by any special design that the demand the die joins the mark left On the gei ian Sahara m 1SS1 rlhc bultans or creamer to about forty or forty five de- hand is about to touch him away he system and the Lala was not only not iness Humbugged you mygoodwonvi for paper of that pattern should con- Â¬ margin of the paper Placing a gsvivel Morocco and waoai are beneveu iodc grees before turning the milk into it leaps then stops aiid twists those ex-Â¬ broken down but was revived in far an What do you mean by thatEJr tinue more than one season we could over the block he presses a fever with more or less subservient to its deepens Put the milk in the creamer as soon as tensible double back action telescopes greater force than before without any of Well my lord replied the woman from twelve very easily turn off as much more stock his foot thus stamping the form of the while its influence is felt a- a disturbing drawn It should remainfor complete right over his shoulder with such a its oid restrictions It can easily be I dont know how to express it butii paper A bov attendant element in many eitef of Egypt to twenty four hours ludicrous effect that the most solemn innrgincd therefore what Lala is made a girl called your lordship tv handsome asiray be wanted We keep the de-Â¬ die on the signs from which these goodsare print spreads the paper on a rack where it is notablv in Tantah and throughout the separation person in tho world would have to sit to mean in the hands of the men intrust Â¬ you--rIf the milk is for cheese aerate It down and laugh After a moment of ed with such absolute power What- man she would be humbugging sf from year to year They are all permitted to dry andit is then taken to land of Yemen on the further hore of theBedSeaJ Mussclmans tainted with well thoroughly stirring and cooling this he pulls in one eye leaving the ever the chief wants in town or country N 1 Telegram labeled and storedaway where they can another machine where the same is gone through in printing another Western ideas are held by it in a like to seventy five degrees before starting other on guard duty With the other ho he gets and his people have to pay be produced at any tlmevwlt is not A VAXIENT WIFE often however that we use the same portion of the design in another color abhorrence with the odious Nazarene to factory sweeps the field in front of him alter- Â¬ Resistance is out of the question for Milk should never be allowed to stanfi nately extending it and pulling it in so them for they know that the chief is patterns for two successive years exÂ¬ and this process is repeated in torae in- Â¬ and its watchword is thatT Turksrand She ConItlred It Wroag to on a level must be where it is subjected to to 1 odors of as to survey the entire field foreground supported by the British Governor Why plain of Her Hanbantts Cruelty Coacept it may be for the cheaper grades of stances a dozen or more times until the Christians being goods We manufacture enough of entire design in all its more or less har- Â¬ annihilated by the same blow The any kind as well as background If ho espies a They have nothing which belongs to I have heard said the kind hearted Ivothing but bright absolutely clean delicate morsel of food he gives you a them every little possession on which each style to supply the trade for the monious blending of colors is produced founder of the society dying in 1KVJ year and if wc have any left over at the With hand work the process of applying transmitted his authority to his son tin pails should be used in handling parting look with both eyes then says money canbj raised may be and gen Austin female phdanthropist to the the milk close of the season which rarely hap- Â¬ a velvet coat to any figure is much dit Sidi good by and is off He is the most com- Â¬ erally is seized and sold by the chief woman who lived in a dilapidated shan- Â¬ Milk should never be allowed to ical fellow in the world pens these goods are sold at a discount ferentfrom that used in producing a present Sheik regarded throughout Thev plant but few yams their staple ty in the suburbs whose head was tied bronze effect in papers painted by North Africa with a reverence almost stand in cans after being returned to jobbers or are disposed of at auction of seeing both in and out food for it they do they know the up and who had one arm in a slingj I This power Kales It is a singular thing that goods machine The figure which is to be thus ecljpsiur that felt for Mohammed him to the farm and they should be of water i eceives a peculiar develop- Â¬ chief will seize the crop If the women have heard that your husband beatsyou which will meet with a ready sale right produced in velvet iskunpeditfia self Like his Soudanese rival heclams thoroughly washed in warm water ment in one of the carp family Instead and children are hungry they endure consult you to along one year will be refused by deal heavysglue the paper iskhen passed tne uueuoi juuiuu ujiicu a uuiimiuuut and then scalded with witer- boiling of using a telescope arrangement he their hunger with sullen hopeless paÂ¬ and I thought I would t thoroughly scoured withsalt had divided his eye into two portions crsas soon as they see a new book of through a3our trough having the bot-Â¬ the twoji despite the Vuntty of their hotndtwice tience or go and grab for wild roots in see if we could not restrain him a week idapsoda or one for use in tho air and the other for the busb to satisfy their cravings One was flway on personabgrrinudgf at least madam my hus You are mistaken designs We print each design in from tom and suies otstbutcinVas In this aims cerfour to six cr eight different colors or trough the iloss or material which is improbable There was indeed a Mo- Â¬ alkalies should not be used to clean water only It is divided horizontally night a planter was awakenedby a naÂ¬ band never beats mev We have lived Â¬ cans or pails Boston Post shades of the same color Of course used to produce the Iejvot effect is tain effervecenc0of ejfilhusiasin for by a darkstrip and the first always lies tive who begged to be allowed to place together fifteen year and he has aevet A boy scatters this material hammed Ahmed among enoussis fol placed it is impossible for us to tell whether on the surface looking at the same his two pigs in the planters outhouse beaten mo yet and the woman adjustOr not over the surface of the paper and then lowers inimediately on the fall of Khar- Â¬ the designs and colors time both into the ar and in th water the chief was to be round at the village ed ber arm in the sling UTILIZATION OF MILK I am so glad to hear that- f am mis papers will meet with a taking a couple of sticks in his hand he toum but it rapidly subsided with the of the Grant Allen says ItsnamcisAnblops next morning and though the pigs ready sale but it is very seldom that we beats a tattoo on the pliable bottom of subsequent wane in the fortunes of the Supplying the Toor With the Separate but in all probability it does not wish were all this native possessed he knew faken replied the female philanthrtf Article in a Valatable Form St Louis they would be taken fro m him Only ptst fail to find somewhere a market for the the irough thoroughly distributing the Warrior Uropuet of the SoudnnGoH the fact generally known 4 No continued the woman saifij ftook The improvements made in the floss over the i gu re 1 u fact the- boys tlciiiavfs MagitzinG One of the subjects of discussion at Qlobe Dcmoaral by bringing them under cover of the machinery for the manufacture of the raise such a dust that it is almost imposnght to the planter could he hope putting the bandage over the eye Hm the Dairy Conference England was me a EXIT THE BOOT to3 keep them wall paper enables us to accomplish a sible to breathe Believed in Fortifying li a native under- Â¬ has never struck dozen blow yet He ba the utilization of separated and skim different placed kiqked me in a much greater amount of work and Many of the finer qualities of paper takes work on a plantation he is liable Mr Stephenson manager of An rticle Of Foot Gear Not Affected bj to be called off for Lala by the chief If forty different times he lia taken me A tramp entered a Washington saiouu milk also to produce a much more varied as are now made with fine bnes pressed in the 1resent Generation ortmeut of goods than we could in thepaperi- This is done by passing be- Â¬ the other day and blandly aked the bar- Â¬ Carricks Cumberland Dairy Factory he has received any wages the chief can bv my two ears and bumped myheadtiri Boots have gone almost entirely out take them from him if he plants food the floor or on the corner of the mantel-two rollers obc of whicli ig brass tender t paper on the ques who read a valuable tween formcryears t I c 1 said a Fulton street shoe the chief can sell it London Saturday piece of fashion he has poured hot water down A tour of inspection through onedf on which is engraved the design to be Can you tell me sir if Congress has tion compared the returns in money In Bcuictc my back pulled out my hair of the dealer to a reporter recently the largest manufactories in this city stamped on the paper the other roller passed the Fortification bill obtained from different methods of handful and he has stuck pins in me a was made a few days since by a re-Â¬ being of wood covered with paper former years or about the time of the Vydi sposen it has or hasnt whats using the milk For pig feeding ho es- Â¬ BOY INVENTORS porter The paper onwhjcb the deÂ¬ which bvi constant pressure has become time or so he feeLs his dog in my new ono timated that with pork at ten cents per war they were very popular But do with you i he has never vet signs are printed is manufactured es-Â¬ almost alHiardiis metu T3etween hese thafrgot to will now wear How the Steam J lBRlne Wan Made an Sundav bonnet but doeal dont tbmk Oh nothing mucli onlj I feel a good pound the milk would come to little man out of a hundred Â¬ until he pecially for this purpose and it is of rolls th paper is subjected toa tremenbeat me and Automatically Working Machine t and this is owing I suppose to varying weight It isjreceived in large dous pressure and it is impossible to deal run down and would like to fortify over six cents per gallon A more themfact that shoes are much cheaper I ought to complain There are a good many useful invena little I thought mebbc incase ron profitable use it was contended was the heavy rolls resembling tbe rolls of efface the lines thus created These The visitor then withdrew- - without I And then good boots are costly outcome of some saying another word 1 eras Sifting tions which are the paper used in newspaper offices This brass rollers as widas all ofrthc wood t gross had made an appi opcjatioiu you making it into soft cheeses very extengood pair forless than paper is first passed through the en dies usod in stamping the designs by miht fortify me about en cents worth sively produced from skim milk in could not make a Old men whose dad Â¬ boy genius and the recordsof the Patent twelve dollars WHEN SHE SPOKE grounding machine where the band and also the cylinder dies used in land charge it to the Ciovtjrninent France and some other- continental dies wre Idiots cling to their old asso- Â¬ office show that quite a number of patewill fortify is well as countries There wits however mmh ground color be it light or dark is ap- - tlie machines are engraved on the Your fortv rod been issued to minors through is with the utmost diffi- Â¬ nts-have ciation Hotr a Superb Creature DroTe AwaysXirl plied io the surface of the paper by manufacturers premises Many of anv thimr else so dont hand out the difference of opinion as to the possibil- culty thatand it are made to give them they guardians The invention of the ther Knchantd AdmrferH Tollers and then is rubbed in and thor- Â¬ these dies especially for work where it best bottle ity of creating an extensive demand up A boot in war ni weather is an valve to a steam engine is said to have She was a sweet fseed blue eyed Th bartender was about toJiapd out for this class of cheese in England but oughly distributed by means of a set of is required to produce fine lines are It not only causes the been made by a mere boy The story his best bung starter Wlfetf the tramp considering that the consumption of abomnatioin brushes some of winch move from side made bv settinir pieces of bras- intoi voun girl with great waves of golden but is nut a pieces of brass made a hurried exit Washington foreign soft cheeses increases in this wearer great discomfortnot sold a paJr runs that Newcomens engine was in a hair brushed careusly back frdma side while others are stationary blocks of KWood to These thing of teauh I have Some of the improved machines can aremoulded or bent into all sorts of Critic country there appears to be no reason of boots in a month I notice thafcllhe very incomplete condition from the noble looking anow white brow Her apnly this ground color to two rolls at curves anu figures and vary in thick- Â¬ to doubt that English imitations would present generation have much smaller fact that there was no way to open and ruby lip were full and sweet lano thepame time If it is desired that the ness fromuan eighth of an inoh to a line Dont Spread TboTTuch in time find favor Prof Long was feet than their fathers or mothers close the valve except by means of cence itself was hx her great blue eyes paper shall have the silvered appear Â¬ which is scarcely visible to the eve On by hand He set up reported to have succeeded in making Young fancier dont ma sine tnat some very palatable soft cheeses from and that they take great pains to have levers operated one of the mines and a Fair and sweet was she in all the purity ance seen in some papers a mica11 many of these hand dies which are not a them covered The boot precludes all lare engine at bov5 Humphrey Potter was hired to and guilelessness of her fresh youngs rtt sjs it is mIIm i 5 rmlii1 Thic more than two inches long by eighteen I you are destined to sit uponthe hghest skim milk idea of neatness or symmetry and In X coloring matter is pulverized isinglass inches wide as manv as one hundred to pinnacle of poultry lame tne mst year One statement of value in this con- consequence it has been for many years work these levers Although this is womanhood nap xiixed with white lead The colors of two hundred pieces of brass are thus in- - of your experience nor even the second nection is that in reference to the com- boycotted by young and dressy men It not hard work yet it required his con Two foxing men have long been this mixture can not well be shaded laitL for one moment think yon will parative value of skim milk fed to hogs is only in the- far West where the stint attention As he was working the watch ng her with cagermteresL Her and therefore in such cases the Within the last few vears the demand dont into such prominence as that en- - Reduced to our values nve cents pei greaser roams at will and where the levers he saw that parts of the engine glorlou Tbeauly hadeataralkd thenr liferences in shjtde are made bv for something more suuumuai ami spring What a suuertr girir sard one pound for pork would give three cents and bow e knife play important moved in the right direction and at the dressv than the ordinary wall paper joyed by Spauldmg relcli Williams per gallon for skim milk and in tho pistol in the settlement of dllliculties paper of different colors casing Never was Hlv falrert HbwTwoud close the same time he had to open and short JJter lie ground color has been applied has sprung up To meet the demand and others by a few poultryyears of same proportion for other prices per partsthe boot is popular tnd much af-Â¬ valves He procured a Strong cord and t love to hear her speak No sweelfs that Dont the roll of paper is placed on a frame- - heavy embossed paper lias sprung up breeding and airing for ililtjn flinT iw to commence with a pund This would be three fifths of a fected Notwithstanding the reports to made one end fast to the proper part of jangled couli cc like wonis she iasfc p oi wrin t niBnptr rnon Tcnrir urm k sinnriT nnrnuwi f7Prinir isnifli the utter with lips like those and aiaceuke once but cent per gallon for every cent per the contrary many cattle dealers and the engine and the other end to carried n an endless band over a large fioer pressed on a background of linen dozen different breeds at lyour taste pound for pork It was advocated that cowboys stSll retain the habit of placing valve lever and tlie boy had the satis- Â¬ thai vjMMapMiTjT jTio OT linrlor nf i Ir riwj h VS Ivmw iiTnffW trt n srwwwl CllOOhC a VariCW that suits w cause dwj tfce She spoke j uvr A ii i jwv the separated milk minus the fat their trousers in their boot legs and ex Â¬ faction of seeing the engine move with ULM v n n i sk r rri r i ia iw press The machine on which treatment of oxidized oil By the use anu uevuie printing should be sold in cities as tho most posing fire arms A few boots are now perfect regularity of motion A short aisle and said carelessly you thoroughly understand tepapecii panted in fact resembles I of this material the walls and ceilinsf of til breeibng it up to the desired tae aTt profitable means of disposing- of it sold to horsemen but they are made nj time after the foreman came around A cold day Miss Dtr- stand etoselr a cylinder printing press a room can be finished in a manner jof marbles at the The full red lips oel slowly ifce Terr It would be so in tuemrge cities oi ne in the finest style and best nalit or and saw the boy playing printino is giving the appearance of handsome i ard After awhile you might add ana United States excepttkat the process engine he saw beautiful head turneamtaTsyerb jrae Boot5 are but the door Looking at the leather Oh no reversedl the paper passes over the wood carvings or moldmgs in stoheor otiier good breed but don t fie m iliuuuk of its butter by separation by centrifu relics of a by gone age and never I the ingenuity of the boy and also the a smile of seraphic sweefiiaoiand cylinder and the designs are metal There is a steidily increasing jburry about it Western Ptowmmt The idea ated the noble feataces soft and it think will become popular again advantage of his invention iwtat dxu9c gal force is a valuable jfoqd j printed by the rolls which are placed j demand for this class of goods not only suggested by the boy s inventive genius and low was er airtkai would be a great advantage tbthe poor Brooklyn Euqte part of the framework and Ifor use in covering tire walls off dwell It was not until about 1850 that the if it ware suppldto them in quantity WftH 1 should smixk to twittwrt wasput in a practical form andinad ti ih 3f H II sn1MKiK the tame direction as the f insr nouses and public buifcHnirs Jiatfword anKoy found Its av into the it a low prias PC Sfcvatfaypjfcyi t A large deposit of blood agates re tbo steam v engine an autotna tiwdly LOltt HlB 5 0 3 r2 Farmr FiMl and Storfr t Kwitu i l9 for sarrmams og bmtJ 3tan- - diet onancs It is a nickname for til catiKiif1 4l roller j working machine- - Stimtytodnwimiu Jtrm VfMt ported agar Cisw VJtahi M s- - m aad aQshins Jws F a kqUei jk PPUrW JWjf m the figure fsmiiag feblpt V - Hetk israrlt ppxasdU Brought liny tatts of eawgLwoa From cobt lork caverns far at sea Bat tKlrsr far than these to in e Arelt ioved flgaretrliu tml small 3ftRa blue eyes benuing snodestly r THE DAIRY should be milked with regularity If this work is postponed beyond the regular time the cows will not yield the usual quantity and- - will Farm Field become dry very rapidly and Stockman With whatever progress oleomar- Â¬ garine has made in the land it has not detracted from the value of milch cows Never in the history of our country have first class milch cows sold higher than the present year Dairy World Parties should be carelaL and pack butter liuiform in coldif and should particularly remember that streaked lots no matter how sweet and choice can not be brought jnto competition with lots running uniform in color the latter always commanding a inueh quicker sale at a fair premium and in every way compensating dealers for their extra trouble and care Montreal DISCOVERY tws Â¬ Â¬ Commercial Importance of the liccehtly Located lilaek Hills Tin Mines The ecnt discovery of great deposits of tin in the Blaek Hills has ben gener- Â¬ ally noticed in the press but does not seem to have attracted the attention it deserved With the exception of iron there is no one metal which enters so largely into domestic manufacture as tin Kitchen utensils without number are Sometimes we rote a mm a snob What British Civilization Has Doho for Cannibals the Ex simply because we ssfecttlw It certainly seems a strange anomaly smarter man than weara Detroit Free that we Britishers who have gone Press Reformation makes 3ch ifow prog about the whole of the habitable globe man trier to rcfornk ever foremost in the abolition of slav- ress because each of himself instead -Â¬ hisneighbor kor - - -- - i- -- jg - - -- Â¬ V1 -- Â¬ - -- - Â¬ - -r pro--ce- ss Mohammed-ben-Ali-es-Scnous- si - -- Â¬ - - - Â¬ - Â¬ 4 -- Â¬ Â¬ f i- - - Â¬ - -- - - i Â¬ - Â¬ - -- 1 i v ti wux i cii i ok - I wupiu T - -- frid i -- tf A -- -- t 1 vMllC--simplyilepiiyn- d M -- - - w - inc jwerr fc P -- - 3t - - apa - - Â¬ I X 8ti U5 jl k - -- - l n Jt -- A II rer- - si - - - - vMiB2y5 K - i7l - I r 3w j tft -- fV wUH -- - gi GlEL GsiKr 3 3S v ftAlaW fiSE ALI lat - THE Vassal iMiM SMAY SCHQQL CAUSE Emsge THE FRANKFORT XjifKe j COErTIO - Democrat - Tjcket CMUtijv - - 3 -- aw another inspired and controlled all delib-Â¬ erations throughout the three days ses ronomiaatUg Wilikm Preston sion JTaWfftoe for Cwsgrcaa the Democrats of The arduous and at times delicate du tions are heavily armed their numbers fee Twtk District f Kentucky have put ties of the Entertainment Committee were increasing trade Btamped out civil law j reoord ia uacoai mealy plain laa fafilled to the letter and contributed powerless and the citizens horror stricken jjfrwge iketr seatiswjats witk rsgrd to of affairs Morally this is to the Svn service refera by cosapetative ex largelydelegatepleasure of the occasion at the state extreme on the county of ruin in the Every was impressed with atiw8 Tfeev declare that this theoÂ¬ cordial and bountiful hospitality of the Perry and it is only necessary to point the ry ef reform is a Smmbug asd they call Frankfort people and came away with to the fact that the county is already p the AdMJBkstratioa to resaorethe Ee feelings of siucerest gratitude 8000 in debt BfrKcag bow In oSce aad to appoint Two hundred and seventy four dele 5ooratB In place of then Excitement in Texas gates were present from thirtv seven Tkk ctvdor is refreshing The reso counties Two Great excitement has beenjeaused in hundred and four of these ImtieBE mumc from the Mountains of East like a breeze o bracing air came from outside of Franklin county the vicinity of Paris Tex by the reeatsckj being an increase of seventy nine over markable recovery of Mr J E Corley mi as oppressive and Rtegsast day We so present the preceding who t surprised to leant that the con the number Reports at the Executive bed wasraisehelpless he could not turn in Hre his head everybody said Convention or by Ttffttkta of Democrats at West Liberty A trial Committee State Visitor Secretary and he was dying with consumption hatted thk straightforward utterance Treasurer and Vice presidents showed a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery was ytitik wt thmiaum d adopted thereso very great advancement in all depart sent him Finding relief ho bought a iKtiose a disaeating voice bottle and a Dr Kings ments of the work during the year Ad why sot The reeds tioas ex Mr Wishard personally visited eighty- - large Pills by the box ofhe had takenNew time two Life g rose net orIv the hoaest omsioa of the one counties and held over thirty Coun boxes of Pills and two bottles of the Dis Â¬ Deaaocrats of the Tenth Kestacky dis wen anu naa guinea in trict hat m ae we believe the pre ty Uonventions in addition to five Dis covery no was pounds Institutes and a large number of flesh thirty six Taiiwg opiaioa ia every Coogremoaal trict Trial Bottles this district of the United States which sends mass meetings His work was attended for Consumptionof free atGreat Discovery all druggists with many difficulties but resulted in a Democrat t the House of Bepresenta abundant success His resignation of fives Falthfal to Democratic princi the office Annual 3Iettn of the Prcttbjterlan of State Visitor was universally pleg atspotea ia their hatred of an ua Churches Jit Jaoksoii regretted and was acquiesced in only jDcmocratiC aad un Azaericaa idea the The yearly meeting of the Presbytestalwart citixeas of East Keatucky have because of his taking a step higher that of the Gospel ministry rian Church in the United States of pat ia plaia and bluat language the gen The report of and Treas- Menifee Morgan rLs9Btiroets of the party concerning urer exhibited the Secretarystimulating counties met theWolfe and Breathitt some very Presbyterian Church at the plat to keep partisan Republicans in facts The number of counties report- Â¬ in Jackson Breathitt county Kv Sept eSce aaaer a Deaaocratic President We congratulate Mr Taulbees con ing is above any year in the past jN ear- Â¬ 2nd 188B at 730 P M Opcuint sermon by Dr ly twice as many counties are organized fttaeato oa the healthy tone of political and the idea of district or precinct organ- Subject What is Ilelfgion E O Gucrrnut Jopiaioa ia the Tenth district They are FRIDAY MORNING sSsotelre cosgratttlated ou the renomi ization in every county is rapidly being 9 A M On motion Dr K O Guerrant atja of a Representative who proved adopted The membership in schools hasÂ¬ wss elected Moderator and J J C Back biBMelf daring the last session of Con Â¬ increasea in a larger ratio tnan tne num Secretary each to hold his reupcetivc ofliec gress to be an able and vigilant legislator ber of schools and from the best inforÂ¬ for one year or until his sueeeasor is elected On motion of W il Cooper it was orderwith career of great usefulness before mation the efficiency is greater but still the sad fact remains that not over 20 per ed that the minutes of lat meeting be proNew York Sun Sept 13 h cent of the white children of school age cured and engrossed in a book and Hew V were appointCooper and are in the Sunday school This fact calls ed aBcommittee to K P Mickel secretary with furnish the The candidates for Congress in this loudly to all Christians and should secure district addressed the people of this increased activity to improve the situ- the same The following question were thon dis ooanty at this place last Wednesday ation cussed Boa TV P Taalbees speech full of sta Â¬ In the past there has always been a de- Â¬ 1 What is Christian Opened by J J tistical and general information was deÂ¬ ficit at the end of the year but it remain- C Back followed by Keys V 15 Cooper J livered in his usual eloquent style and E I this Convention to inaugurate a J DickeyWilliam Mickel James Little S II reeeived with xoaads of applause by his ed for O Git 1884 Patrick 2 Our Jonerf and EOthers errant The JRcvs Duties to iriesds Capt Harst made a good speech new era 88300 receipts for the year of S 1020 85 while II Patrick E P Miekcl V Cooper oa the whoie but bis efiort evinced the thewere just closed the for the work sura of 281400 Dickey and E O Guerrunt D I fact that thoagh a good lawyer he is no was year 11 a M Sermon by E P Mickel Text contributed by schools and individ match for Taulbee in public debate To als The largest collection ever taken at The Lord is my shepherd Ps 23 1 0 saa ap the sitaation Taulbee has a clear a State Convention was 22500 at Mt 200 l M Discussion Tho relations of record of his first term in Congress is a Sterling while of Christians at this time with very the various denominations Cooper James Revs J J Dickev VY 1J very able speaker is entitled to effort the generous by precedent and starts with a Dem Â¬ littlepromptly subscribedsum of 103200 Little and E O Guerrant D D was With a bal4 The studv of the Scriptures Elder J ocratic aaajorityof 2292 Capt Hurst ance of 14700 in the treasury and such Z Hanev Kevs E P Mickel S U Patrick has so record whatever as a legislator is a subscription to James Little and E 0 Guerrant D I start the year only an average speaker and must over- - friends of the work naturally with all 5 General discussion of the needs and coate zzvz majority to win xjiis it aoes hopeful concerning the future feel most wants of the Mountains of Eastern Kentucky sot seea probable he will do- though he The Executive auy lessen the majority by opening year are as followsOfficers for the ensuing 7 r M Sermon by llev E 0 Guerrant President Rev Jno bis boodle bag and scattering the shekels R Deeering Mf Sterling Vice President D D Subjcet The Love of God Test Hosea 11 4 Soeae of his friends say he will do this Rev James F Price Marion Secretary SATURDAY and others again say be will not Both and Visitor James F Huber Louisville 9 A M Discussion 6 The Training of iowever have agreed to confine expend Treasurer E Children by J Z llaney J J C Back WoodruiF Louisville Revs W iares to legitimate purposes and there is Executive If Committee Rev Harlan Patrick E B P Cooper James Little S H Mickel and E O Guerrant likeiy to be but little money spent From K Fenner Chairman Louisville 7 The Training of Children for the Chrisaa independent standpoint therefore it Hunter Thos D Osborne H S H W Irwin tian Ministav Revs W B Cooper James looks like the tide is in Tauibees favor J Edward Hardy Rev H W Bailey Little E PMickel and E 0 Guerrant 11 A M Sermon by E P Mickel Test Rev B Manly D D E G Hall Rev A BYRDS EYE VIEW For God so loved the world thut he gave his J D Sigler Sauford Keith all of Louis- only begotten that whosoever belicveth in Rev Geo Darsie Frankfort Rev him Tit Verdict of a Straajcer Whe KeceHtly ville Bowers not Owensboro Rev PT Hale life should 816 perish but have everlasting ET Yiltod Oar Vlllace John Danville R 230 P M In the absence of Rev E O Hazel Green is located in Ruasel Cecil DHill Williamsburg Rev Maysville Guerrant Elder J Z Uauey was made ModRed River Valley surrounded ihe fertile The by the most beautitul mountain scenery fifteen Convention divided the State into erator pro tcra S The Sabbath dav to keep Diacussion districts and elected a President that Eastern Kentucky affords The over each wi th a Vice President Revs H Patrick WB Coopeach it holy byMickel S Messrs for town wras founded some fif tv years ago er E P Henry Wallen J District number 11 bat was of slow growth untii about five county Powell Wolfe Morgan embraces Z Haney and Lewis G Hensley Rowan 9 The Duties of Elders ana Deacons bv years siace vrhen it was discovered that Estill Bath Menifee and Montgomery counties Revs W B Cooper and E P Mickel rtbewell water contained certain mineral 730 P ineredients which proved an infallible Ke rx Jb iNave ot Alt Sterling is Dis- Subject M Lecture by Rev E P Mickel History of Presbyterian Church trict President The Vice President for care for dyspepsia and indigestion Since Wolfe county The meeting then adjourned to meet at is H C Herndon of Hazel thk important discovery the growth of Green who has general charge of the Alexander Church in Frenchburg Menifee he towa lias been very rapid There Kentucky Sunday School Unions inter- county oninthe Thursday night before the re three churches Christian Methodist ests August 1S37 full tnoon m E 0 GUERRANT Moderator Episcopal South and Presbyterian supÂ¬ mation the coutyand to whom all inforshould be ent J J C Rack Secretary ported by wealthy congregations The purpose is to hold an Institute in There is no better society in the State each Public SienkiiiK of Kentucky than this town affords Dur to District during the year and thus stimulate all Sunday school efforts ing the summer months the population throughout the State Hon W P Taulbee and Hon W L is increased from 75 to 100 per cent by Convention will be held The next State Hurst Democratic ami IvRpublican can July 12 13 and transient visitors in search of health 14 1887 The place will be fixed by the didates for Congrew in the Tenth Con recreation and pure mountain air The Executive Committee and duly announc- gressional District of Kentucky will adhigh school building erected by a few ed dress the people at the following times All concerning and places of the enterprising citizens of the place County communications Conventions rastbe finest I saw In the eastern part should be addressed or District Institutes Irvine Wednesday Srpt 22 to James F Huber of the State and wonld be a credit to Louisville Beattyville Thursday Sept JI and prompt attention will be many towns of greater pretensions The Chcsnuts Friday S pt 24 fall sessioa had not commenced but I given Remittances may be made through Manchester Saturday Spt 2f Secretary or was told that it had nearly a hundred theIS Woodruff direct to the Treasurer Barhourville Mondav Sept 27 222 Sixth street Louisstudent In attendance last year the ma Â¬ E Pinevillt Tuesday S pt 2 jority of them coming from adjacent and ville motto is Wallin Creek Wednesday Sept 29 The Onward and Upward I The town is also ear by counties Harlan Thursday Sept 30 blessed with a first class and prosperous Let every Sunday school worker adopt it John Sheila Friday Oct 1 his own free school which one of the citizens in as Hydon Saturday Oct 2 iornsed me had an average attendance of Hazard Monday Oct 4 Wonderful Cures from sixtv to eighty scholars each day Hindrnan Tuesday Oct o W D Hoyt Co Wholesale and Re- Â¬ JThe people generally are awakening Whitejdmnr Wednesday Oct 6 to the advantages and benefits of ed tail Druggists of Rome Ga say We W O B RatliffH Thursday Oct 7 ucation nd indeed are infused with a have been Belling Dr Kings New Dis- Â¬ Pikevillc Friday Oct 8 spirit of enterprise seldom seen in the covery Electric Bitters and Bucklens Mouth of Mud Saturday Oct 9 One of the best indications Arnica Salve for two years Have never jftOuntaiBS Forks of Beaver Monday Oct 11 handled remedies that sell as well or that the town is a progressive one lies give Prcstunsburg Tuesday Oct 12 ia the fact that about a year and a half nave such universal satisfaction There Bonanza Wednesday Oct 13 been some wonderful cures started ko a paper was the best which compares by these medicens in this city effected Salyersville Thursday Oct 14 Several favorably with country papers West Liberty sFj iday Oct 15 section and far surpasses a great cases of pronounced Consumption have of aay Sandy Hook Saturday Oct 16 majority of them I understood it en Â¬ been entirely cured by use of a few bot Mt Sterling Mondavi Oct IS joyed a subscription of nearly 1000 and tles of Dr Kings New Discovery taken 19 Winchester Tuesday to this newspaper is due many of the in connection with Electric Bitters We Frcnchburg Tuesday Oct 21 Oct Improvements and much of the enter Â¬ guarantee them always Sold by all Speaking will commence each day at prise sow manifested I was told that it druggists 1 oclock p M promptly and all are inhad been the means of establishing reg Â¬ vited to be present Papers in the disTHE WAR IN PERRY ular stock sales in Hazel Green and I trict are requested to copy this list of was indirectly indebted lo the same Tko French and Krersole Faction More appointments agency for my ride on the hack from Heavily Armed Than Ever Before Hasel Green to Rothwell as it was the priae mover in establishing the line tyWe learn from a citizen of Perrv coun direct from the seat of war that the ratca is or grciib uenuut to travelers JThe people there should support their truce recently arranged between the aperat all hazard and judging from parties in the French Eversole trouble mentioned in these columns hist week the esteem in which it is held I should was but of short duration and that the think it would be a good medium for the day after French surrendered Eversole There are manv general advertiser 18 WARRANTED Fever other things In that section which I suddenly appeared in Hazard and two Auue Intermittent or to euro Fever and ChlU ReÂ¬ of his men Joe Hurt and another atwoald like to notice but of which will mittent Fever Dumb Ajme BIHohk Fever fiefer mention until again visit that tacked two of Frenchs men Elijah Denjrue or u Break bone Fever Llvrr Morgan and Tom Smith who were un Â¬ Complaint and all diseases trifling from place The train from the East is due at ML armed and drove them fleeing for their Malarial poisons erlinjf in a few minutes and I will go lives from thn town Thev would have Harpers S C July 9 ISSJf otf lhat to visit Louisvilles Great Expo killed Morgan if they hadnot been preFor eighteen mmiths suf sition for a week from which place I vented by the intercession of some law rill write you Correspondence Eastern abiding citizens This opened up anew ered with Chills cnul Fever the feud and both parties are armed having Chills every oflier day apcr equipped and more furious than ever After trying various remedies French has since then sent a proposition Suoklens Arnlcj Salve recommended to cure used a The Best Salve in theworld for Cuts to the opposing element for an amicable BraiesSoreSjtrJccrs SaltRheum Fever adjustment but was met with the unsat- Â¬ bottle ofAyers Ague Cure and Jiores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains isfactory renlv from J E Camnboll mm have never since had a cliill EDWIJf yjwan xmj rr w cymn xrupuos ana poal- - of Eversolcs leaders that if he would Uvdy cares Hies or no pay required I ow hjp Pvapbell to 1 ill two men PKEPAUED BY It ie guaranteed to civo satisfaction or Joe Davidson and Joe Adkins who were Ihr J G Ayer Co Lowell Haas noniij redded Frice25 cents jier box Vfith French and that if French vould Id by all rJruggsts druggists leave the country never to return the jinis proposition vua05 mium ut ciLieu w111 U1 Jjm- - from was of course not accept- - TV UY your paper envelopes ink pens VtJiiSr C 9lve lt traI d an error role supreme Both fac i JO pencils c at TiiEHEiUJiD office l WmSTr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Utive Committee of the Kentucky Sun Â¬ day school Union take pleasure in an Board f EgimViaa in acuncingthe great success of the Twenty JULFJIKU C0XB6 f 3eife CesHty sC first Annual Convention which was held in JFraakfort August 17th 18th 19th As compared with any one of the twenty Cgraag Teatk District preceding meetings it has been pronoun Â¬ XUPIV WX L HUEST ced by every one as the best The spirit of the Convention from the beginning to the - Tar fiaAiAf FawTtUMtiflB close was earnest harmonious enthusias Â¬ PATRICK rf Xagefta Owaty tic Love to God the children and one Of Ma lbral Cue tributleafOlerEIeetdAc Louisville KySepU lTheExec A- - QratirylHg Progress Attfudaace Great EBtgsJajsin Keeps Constantly on Ixand a Large and well se lected Stock of GRO CERIBS ADAM BAUM HARD TIMES DOWN GO THE PRICES Yre are now receiving another LAEGE AJSD WELL SELECTED STOCK of every variety of Goods to supply the demands of all our customers at Whole Â¬ sale and Eetail which we PEOPOSE TO SELL FOE CASH or exchange for Produce and Live Stock AYe have often tried to establish a trade on a Cab basis but have as often failed We have also notified our friends and customers of the DISASTEOUS EFFECTS OF THE CEEDIT SYSTEM and our inteation to reform our business but little attention has been given to what we have said Now we intend to establish upon the ruins of the old credit system a STRICTLY CASH BUSINESS which will enable us to sell you goods The Celebrated m 1 SCHOOI DESK u - JCUl 5 Pr IB FfflH Republican Ticket Fr fWieCtv tm 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 Cheaper Than You Have Ever Bought Before you may go g K FORD WITH AUGUST BURNHEiM BAUER 516 Broadway CLOTHING NEW YORK We in particular invite the attention of RIVER 3IEN and others to our large stock of CLOTHING DRY GOODS c c which we are offering at special low prices for cash To all of our customers having accounts due we most earnestly solicit to come forward aud make settlements You owe it to us to do so aa well as to vourselves as honorable men We will sell you goods cheaper than you have ever bought them before can better afford it because we will take no risk ou time Respectfully we 7 BBBhietured by the Sidney School JOHN Funim Ct J T F DAY Locohuk Sole Proprietor SIDNEY OHIO Happiness contentment whiah Indicate perfect health ot Lour and mind You may possess it if you will parlfy and Invigorate your blood with Aycra Sars pftrillu E M Howard Newport K II write I suffered for years with Scrof-Â¬ ulous humors After naiix two bottle ot Tkln Desk ha reuha freia that true BUY THE BEST b eu AdopttMl In Xeftrlj All tke Iadias Scheel i ut the Cnnntry Tne Johnston Organs 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 Globes Kugistertt Diwtioaary Holders Maps ilap CuaeH Numeral Fnuuesr Charw Intionaries Anatomical- Models Eniscrs Blackboards- Iaiurd Slating- lielb Crayon - 1625000 NOW IN USE Ayer 8arHaparilla I dress iicroswopei Asd everything ncedetl iu a school room Ad Â¬ yEi Write 3 lor complete catalogue Found great relief It baa entirely restored nw to health Jauie Frouch Atchison Kan tvritoa Sidaey School flOlv Furnitart G9ffipaiff SIDNEY OHIO GEORGE DOLL WITH Rosenberg Flexnar SuceeMsors to Liver Complaint I would strongly recom Â¬ mend Ayer8 SanmparUIs I was aflilcted with a disease of tho liver for nearly two years when a friend adrLned mo to take this medicine It garo prompt relief and Mru II M Kidder 41 has cuml ine Dwlght rt Boston Mass write For eovvral years I bavo uswl Ayern Sarso parilla hi my family even I nuver feci eufe To all persons suffering from - Rosenberg Nathan Kexner - WHOLESALE OVER 67000 SOLDI BOOTS AMD SHOES 712 and 714 South Side Main Bet 7th - At Home without It An a liver medleino and general purifier of the blood it has no oqua Mrs A B Allen Wlntprpoek Va writes My youngest child two years of age was taken with Bowel Com- Â¬ plaint which wo oould not cure Wo tried many remedies but ho ooutinuwi to grow worse and finally becamo so reduood in flesh that we oould only move him upon a pillow Tt was suggested by one of the doctors that Scrofula might be tho causa Wo procured a bottle of of th trouble Sth LOUISVILLE IQC Â¬ Â¬ Corner 3Lun and Presttonscurg Sts Mrs E C Kendall WEST LIBERTY KY KENDALL HOUSE Â¬ Propritrs CO JJ The table is supplied with the best the market afford Experleneed hand in charge of stable Cnarges reasonable rOB NUNNELLY AVITIt DUNLAP BEOS WHOLESALE SADDLERY oa Â¬ Â¬ arsaparilla and commenced giving it to Sim It surely worked wonders for in a short time bo was completely cured 8old by all Drugglata MlMTgp - gl d W -- T WS T A gSfe itfr bt lBwlMM J 1 R V G L Puulap Punlaji Rarrett IV Jramifacturersof tittlt21erfr Hancsa - c 728and70 Maia St nnd dealers iii Saddlery IIardwarer LOUISVILLE KY Price 1 Six bottles 5 lrepaml by Dr J C Ayor A Co Lowell Masts U S A Â¬ WM FOED riTH Manns Bros Boot TRADERS ShnrJBi - DEPOSIT BANK Â¬ MT STERLING KY 0 BootsShoes Rubbers No 82 Went Tenrl Street n Manufacturers and Dealers in CINCINNATI O Â¬ J M BIGSTAFF President Cashier Â¬ W W THOMSON DIItECTOHS Â¬ James Cnoux Andrkw Fksler Dr 11 It Drake J T Highland inr341v Hardman Pianos Chickering Pianos Mathus LOUIS STIX hek Pianos Emerson Pianos Star Pianos Arion importers ani JonnERSPianos and the matchless Johnston Organs Write for Catalogues and Prices CO - of Â¬ Â¬ Hi USll F WILLIAMSON WITH Henry L Crane Boot Shoe Go Â¬ Wholesale Dealers in CO JOHNSTON Wholesale and Retail Dealers D S Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Boots Shoes Rubbers 93 W Pear St CINCINNATI O 56 West Fourth Street nHpanaaHn NOTIONS 7HBD SACS 8s UNIOH STESSTS Your Hair ehould be your crowning glory Ayers Hair Vigor will reatoro tho vitality and color of youth to hair that has become thin and faded and whero tho glands are not decayed or absorbed will cause a new growth on bald heads the youthful color and vigor ixLon JL of tho hair bo preserved to eld age Road the following from Mrs O Norton SomervIHe Mass I bavo used Aycra Hair Ylgor for the past SO years and although I am upwards of 60 my hair la aa abundant and glossy to day as ESLI Si HI W Â¬ Ur VVIIV AUT U JKJKSiev6rsCarson W 637 S i ATI O PWP0 Cincinnati HJ LU CLAIIKE aviVh Hardware B OUR NEW CATALOGUE OR Main Strict loulsyjlle ky riTii YELD Â¬ rnTT POPULAR 10 CENT MUSIC PEINTBD ON BEST PAPER AND JFZTLL Wm H Fullerton Hats Caps Straw Goods Olove ant ITBibrellaK JOBDER OF MUSIC SIZE when I waB 12 Copies by Mail for Sdcommt to Lecia Tripp 25 100 CHILLICOTHE O Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ assured that a trial of Bljj Ylgor will convlnco AyeraofHair its you powers Mrs M E Goff Lcadvllle Col Two years ago my hair having writes almost entirely fallen out I commenced the use of Ayera Hair Vigor To day my hair is 29 Inches long fine strong and healthy CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGAN HBHB HBKIsieV to XXCEL Has attained a standard ot excellence rhfoH admits of no superior Itoofitaifid every Improvement thatinventivg aemus skill and moccy can produce EMILY TRIPP DaIt la RENEWED Williamson d Ayera Hair Vigor the hair regains IU youthful color and vitality Bcv H P AgueCyr I I t Â¬ Â¬ - I harper Davidson College Mecklen Â¬ burg Co N C writes I have used Ayera Hair Ylgor for the last ten years It Is an excellent preservative fyrp tho use of Ayers Hair YJgor Geo A Dadman Waterloo Mo had his hair restored to Its original healthy condition He was nearly bald and very gray He writes Only four bottles of the Vigor were required to rcstoro my hah to Its youthful color and quantity TTQTWrfi Ayers Hair Vigor cures dls UlSJLIsU eases of the scalp F H Foster Princeton Ind writes I had years with a disease of been troubled for the scalp my head was covered with dan- Â¬ druff and the hair dry and harsh Ayers Hair Vigor gave mo immediate relief cleansed the scalp and rendered the hair soft and pliable -- r5 PIANOS ORGANS ORGUINETTES aSOLIAN ORGANS 30LIAN CABINETS And all kinds of Muiical Good PEEB 519 PODETH AYEIUE OATAiOGU L0DISULL5 IL otjx XY22JCT oxajLSf WAX- r t s ANODYNE J OH N SON c mEgmm aHHmH TXAJMs dSi LINIMENT 3 c PV11 These prgans are celebrated for votem tone qulclc response artietic tesira tatity In flnh perfect constructioa Tnnlrtnr the aort desirabte organs schools churches lodges aocietieafor aeaiea e Piarrhcaa Kidney TrooblesandBgtnaiDUeanee Ayers Hair Vigor PREPARED tfe llbJM by S CPel Er J j C -- Ayer Co Xowell Haw V For sale by all Druggists A 1 TheM pilla were a Trondrfal discovery 2o others Uka them la th vorld Win pertttrety tx times th oaat afn bar imiIIawi Kit ouiTiin- - nt dissasa Tha information arosd each box Is wortti pilU yind out about them tad you win always bo thackfal Oaejpili doae rUastaRrted pftwphle free 8oIdeTrywhareoTsentb7gnUlfor3Palntasgpa Pr IBJ0B3r80HA003aCXBHBtoa OB Shendens Ooaditlon will Powder U sbeolutel pore and highly eoa Ilia tt Zt centrated One ounce is worth a pound of say other hind It is BtrioU r a siedieine to boo ta Mna with food-- sent sy raau ror m ewiv im mm eoia everyweere or C ix ocas cy eipress prepia xsr suvt PARSONS MAKE I arxw 2ics PILL BLOOD costaixsu auxx tatw ta THS POFmAE 0H5AI iMtricilM BMks ami fitm SiMk ateggaadPrieeTAt- ellrtu CCAS8 dHAE HKU Ct 1 3 MAKE HENS LAY omeem g mkhi I Jk T lzEwigftSff V HtMfhrt Mm to n CKMl r - - r H ST t-- - v MaUaUMaWaUaUaMaUM i fWw jifcjM r- Svysss 1 aww f -- Drsrra 3 v - Hazed Ghem Heeald IHtar x Ym Afefeyc T T N I K L c I -- Camptox Sept 20 Prof A F Byrd of Lacy Creek last week bnweht to this Uncle Josiah Carpenter who had the who was teaching school at t drtiafiefts inserted oftce sKik0f cwh whick5ontain five i misfortune to have his leg broke several has resigned and will clerkthis place CO SHIPLEY D01SY for cli first ijeriioa nd 25 t7S ec4 juis creex wiucn mwiwpnuare long and several weeksagof is improving very fast and is Center Prof W Y Demaree will G T 4i Msertioti take is jabout eight Miles has now able to get about on his crutches Mr Byrds place in the school tribtsxiee Tangiiig from two to six miles The school in this district No 40 Will not fill hiniself fall when lis systea is not ia der to jlljestijrJbtiainy de a KAXEL GREEN KY G T Center will shortly bring on a in length drains some of tkc best agricul Â¬ which has forty four pupils enrolled in the coasequeace is aafiering WEDNESDAY large stock of goods and carry on busiSEPT 22 1886 tural lasd ia this coaaty Although it the cdosus report averages thirty eight ness in the building now occupied by J h8 been settled a good long time at in daily attendance -Â¬ N Vaughu Mr Center is now away TIME TABLE v least three fourths of the laad is In na Â¬ Taulbee purchasing a stock of goods Everybody here is for Pres Railway tive forest Tkia land which u well for Congress and he will get there if it S S Combs left last Saturday for Mt tiwbered principally with oak and pop fce 22 ntmtec sWwrr tltos Mt lar can be bought for about five dollars does Hurst some of our Republican Sterling ou a short business trip He Cor 4th and Elm Streets friends 3teriig teare Drastic Medicines that are e violeat is their actiea a t ea4er e wnltibr labor by 1iis daughter Miss Alice accompanied w Xt Steoltag t 7 Jt-- K- - arrives pec acre It w Treli known that good OHIO should be- avoided but a Doctors bill can be Little Floyd Carpenter is suffering who will visit at Mr Duffs Spencer Sta- CINCINNATI walnut timber will not grow on poor sav4 very ftea by eenBtoa prudence at JUtkwell At S40 a Ji tion for a few days will use 3i S leawfttt XetitwcM t 9 a X arrives at land We know of a walnut tree on this from a very severe attack of phthisic If any creek four and one half feet across the The whoopinc couxh is nijnng iu this Sterling at 1050 jux Rev G G Ragan will soon leave for 35- 3t3terttg at 140 PX r-- stump which carries its size well u and nesghborhood his work in Anderson county and Rev TMme at JUtfcvdl at 3 20 p 34 near this tree is another one which will Mrs Albert Carpenter is on the sick A P Jones the minister sent here for JUrtkwfcll at 345 P X arrives make six twelve foot logs the smallest of J the coming year is expected in a few Ckicket list at Xt-- dieting ut 530 p x Act Directly on tlieZiver which is twenty four inches in diameter days J 2 wwttcte at Xt Sterling with 1105 A There are at least half a dozen other Grassy Sept 16 W J Havens Mrs S S Combs Curca Cuiuj and Fever Dtspzpsia has a hen that set X 4XS7 P X trains on 0 O railway Sice Headache Bilious Colic CosaTtPA- walnut trees ranging feet Ik Leiinfiow CteeiitHi aad Ltratisville thirty inches across thefrom twowithin to drove a two horse team from this place on twenty five eggs and hatched twenty TIOK IUIKUXAT19X TILES PALPITATION stump a to Rothwell Station last week and back five chickens Has any one in the county X I aeto at Xt Sterling with 1IXJ5 A OPTOEllKART DIZE1NE3 ToRrm LlVEB C fc O frm a East and 136 stoes throw of the above mentioned loaded heavily both ways in a day and a hen that will beat this record COATED TOSOVE SLEEPLESSNESS AND ALL M irate Diseases op the Liyer and Stomach If P X1PWB frHB LetturviUe ad daciaaatL giant of the foresL There are several a half which is the best driving that has Mrs S A Duff and daughter of Spenyou do not feel very well a single pill at JfonlgMaery ceurt day fecial zood farmers on this creek and thev ever been made in this country but Jess bea tlme stimulates the atomach restores 3mw lUtfcweli e the 3rd Meakr in eaek have become convinced that it costs no i says he had the be3t team tliat ever hit cer Montgomery county were visiting tho appetite imparts vigor to the syBtem amrtfcat79e x X arriviag at X Sterling more to rake a steer that will bring 35 the road friends and relatives here last week They care all diseases like mazic Get at t JL X Xetnuir kve Xt Stcrliag or 40 than does to raise a scrubby And report to the merchant of whom they buy that they are not all we claim idr tSea Quite a large number of our people the risht kind SELLERS LIVER PILLS jt3 RXJtwtkweR Jw JtotHwecl at 00 P X one that willitnot bring more than one Grass is very fine and corn is good but attended the Baptist Association held ou Sold by druggists Send for circular rrirMCat PROM IT AND EASYJIN THEIRJACTION x Xt Sterling at 5 P X Xaao the gray squirrels are eating it very much Holly last Saturday SELLERS MEDICINE CO Pittsburgh Pa we authorize such merchant to and Snuday GEO B HARPER Sapt half that amount The resul is that but while this is the case we are having some of the best cattle sent to the Mt a fine time killing them the report of G T Center has bought a shingle ma Â¬ HcScowIywp Sterling market goes from this creek shot gun and rifle being heard from early chine and will soon have it in operation - LOCAL KEWS There are several good orchards of the morn to dewy eve Children are getting at his mill ALACE HOTEL A disordered liver means a DRAG about everything You cant think nor work nor tfee ecoktSen of our Mt choicest varieties on this creek and the fat on squirrel IW Hon W P Taulbee spent last Saturlcep with any satisfaction StepK ag friends we kave secured tke rich sunny hillsides would produce grapes Wm Havens Esq has issued some day night in town on his way to Stan- Â¬ FRENCHBURG KY in luxuriant abundance ton fifteen or twenty warrants in the last ten arviow f Mr Jokk Shoks ae our J H WILLIAMS Proprietor days The like was never before known Greea Ward View ef th Wild Went The patronage of the traveling public is tJwtt place aad he is authorized fMt at POWELL COUNTY present respectfully invited Table the best and Edi in this country but whether the te jnake oMttracte for as Merchant torGeorgetown Texas Sept 13 from Administration has anything to do with Patsey Hebald Dear Sin I see letters Sept 14 C W Russell is every attention to the comfort of guests tkeraCortjwfce wkfe to use the columns different parts of the country i in your warranting people I cannot tell running the Old Furnace and doing a ike beat advertising cdiusa ia East paper ana as I was for a long time a Married At the residence of the good business Charley ia the right TJAY HOUSE O citizen of your town and a frequent visi- brides father W J Havens on the 11th man in the right place wa Kentucky will do well to see him He furnishes septlo 3mo HAZEL GREEN KY tor to your office I thought a few lines inst D S Ferguson to Susan Havens many poor men employment at roasona ItKV ISAAC MURPHY Prop officiating T Rev publication of The Herald from me would be nothing amiss I will youngJ couple Pierattour beat wishesThe able wages and pays them goods and The tulriVis supplied withTthe best in the A GROSSMAN FRASK GOUVION have for provisions at reasonable prices JOIfX F SCIILECTEK give you a slight description of this part Market and every attention given to guests was tkM wek delayed oa account of the of Texas It is a rolling prairie and the success through life Uncle Matthew Harris formerly of Rates reasomihle GROSSMAN r paper in time G0UYI0H- Btw arrival of CO land Is very rich The principal products Henry Pieratt the boss livery man of Wolfe county but now living with his are corn wneat and cotton tne averaee Hazel Green was down to see us a few Jter W B Coojer will preach at the per acre being corn thirty five bushels days ago and we are sorry we were not will move Wm Amburgey at this place to Ohio next mouth Tjwufeyteriaa QiHrch at this place next wheat twenty bushels oats sixty bush- Â¬ albomc for we would have been much Ezel At My Shop WHOLESALE MANCFACTCRKRS OF Malachi Spencer says It is in the S5t I am now prepared to do all kinds of els and cotton half a bale The climate pleased to have heard him gas awhile papers that South is over half 2Lrepiunng on watched L loess Jewelry Tbev Svikm XBgers will preach ia the is very warm but I will not worry you Rev J T Pieratt closed a series of under water This is the latest earth- Â¬ gand optieal goods Brine me your work OfcrMtiaa CHrch at this place next Fri with a long letter I enclose one dollar meetings at the Grassy Creek Church on quake news XS and it will he neatly and promptly for which you will please send me Tire Sunday evening last There was a large day sight eta rente to CHpton at reasonable prices Hoping by Sifter head wo depend on vou for Hazel Greek Herald as I can not congregation and the best of order pre- Â¬ L honest work and fair priced to merit the news from our old home and we JLt stock mien here last Wcdnre live without it I scud my best wishes vailed during the entire meeting patronage I remain would like for you to coraoto the scratch qJ Yours truly 4tky thirty head of Htock was sold and to everybody in that country T F CARR Respect D N Ferguson has recently niovl to every week realized was 85530 fully the attftottnt Greenville Ward his farm one mile below here which he 8 J GRAUMAN JAS A SHUTTLEWORTH The Red River Association of Old c purchased of RobL Greer who moved to 1b Tows A Flue Artist Wmu Childera aad family have moved Ix 59k fSvHf Baptists met with Mountain Chapel 99PlaW SHUTTLEWORTH Boyd ia Harrison count and Cal J O Hall of Winchester who has the property at this place recently vaca- Church SepL 3rd and continued three 6RAUMAN ted by Ferguson OaMifi and wife have moved to Brcath pitched his tent ia Mrs GreenwadeB days llaftVaftYaViH Manufacturers and Jobbers of Cyrus B Porrys little boy was quite yard in this place is no ordinary artist awBaWKV lkmatv Farmers are saving fodder and want to but on the contrary as fine as any who ill last week but at this writing is im- Â¬ sow wheal but there has been no threshFor Sale Two fine organs one of have galleries in the cities and can make proving er around and they have no seed wheat Jwhaoaat- - make Cincinnati and the oth as good pictures In fact he proposes to J Frank Gevedon is very low with Born Sept 4th to the wife of Ag r from the Chicago Cottage Organ Co make good pictures or take no pav He flux and not expected to live Knox a daughter Sept 5th to tho wife Chicago Will be sold on easy terms copies aad enlarges old photographs am of David Proflit a sen Apply xt this office BREATHITT COUNTY brotypes gems daguerreotypes or any Married Sept 2nd John A Rogers small pictures to any desired size Mr JACKSON Sept 17 Breathitt has a to Miss Olavine Powell This eee last week printed 60000 Hall comes highly recommended and A number of for Hon Wa L Hurst and Mr Lisle of the Winchester Democrat boom in improvements Success to The Herald and I had as G05 W Mais Street H W P Tavlhec the respective can Â¬ in a letter to the editor of this paper fine residences are going up in different well say to Taulbee too GHEEItf W P Ys LOUISVILLE KY didates gor Congress 30000 each and says he can not be excelled as an artist parts of the county a Targe number of HENRY F PJERATT they both thefore feel near to us and is very reasonable in his charges excellent school houses are being built Demorsts Monthly Come to town and get your picture taken old residences are being repaired and Nice vehicles and Horses The above first class magazine for Oct -JCm Ara Higgenbotham daughter of by a first class artist and remember that old aehool houses too two churches are overflowing with The Old Reliable For Hire at all tunes and on the Ja4 S S Higgcalwtljiua of Tazewell you may not have a like opportunity for building and preparations making to ber comes to us full toshould be without good things No lady most reasonable terms Satisfied cotiBty Ykj xrrived here yesterday and years Mr Hall will remain only two build others a new storehouse is to be guide tlon will be given at all times and will spend a jr author two with her aunt weeks bnilt yet this season in Jackson and the this household story for while it amuses those wishing to hire a IIORSE and through the department PROPRIETORS Xre G H Swango hnest school building between Lexing- Â¬ structs and keeps its readers posted it inBUGGY or a SADDLE HORSE right CoitferBce Appolutuieatx ton and Pikeville is proudly rearing its will find it to their interest to con Â¬ to the times It teaches how to adorn Hea D S Godsey Judc G B Swan- - Rev E G B Demaree is returned to tower on one of the loveliest sites that up and make it beautiful by instruct sult ine HORSES BOARDED by t But these are home 6 Joh H Pieratt And Henry Pieratt this the Irvine district and W T Ecles ever a building graced the single meal day week or month On Commission V1- jgriTWhen yon visit Hazel Green Her moral and intellec- iug the hands as well as the mind and returaed from ML Sterling Tuesday and comes to the Hazel Green charge Below not her glory Mountain mon will do well to consult us put your horse up with me and you resources are being developed under heart Every man who loves his home report the market brisk for all kinds of is thelipt of appointments tual will have it well eared for Irvine Mission E G B Mason etack but prices still low the beneficent smiles of a loving Father should see to it that his wife mother before oflerinij htock for Biilfy aa we believe j2rWhen you want to hire yon London W B Ragan and today Breathitt is one of the quiet- daughter or sister is provided with this lb imii uu iu men uuciuai an hire from me for an hour halt- progressive magazine which combines Barbourevillc Mission 0 F Duvall est and most orderly counties in the When yon are constipated with lo GIVE US A TRIAL iayuay or wees or longer the essentials of all others and besides Crab Orchard N B Duncan Commonwealth of appetite headache take one of Dr J the magazine itself which is all that i553 PAPwTIES CONVEYED TO ANY POINT IN EASTERN KENTUCKY ON H lcXeaa7s Little Liver and Kidney Hazel Green W T Ecklea Our Pres and Capt W T Hurst could be desired a coupon is found in and you will stop with us every time REASONABLE TERMS Give me a call when you need anything in my lineJackson Mission J J Dickey IMHeLs They are pleasant to take and opened the campaign here last Monday Very respectfully c everj number entitling the holder to a Campton Mission A P Jones ftm pa PIERATT will cure youl 25 cents a vial Sold by Mr Taulbee is improved by his conLict selection of any pattern in that number THE NEW AND ELEGANT Stanton F T Johns G B Swango Hazel Green and J 2s with great men and seems every inch a and of any size A subscriber may thus HIGH ARM Ercnchburg W M Derrickson Vaughn Camp ton Congressman Capt Hurst made a good get patterns to fit to the amount of 360 Whitesburg M P Morgan start and we predict an interesting can- a year It is a mystery how the Demo 3Ioreherd Mission and West Liberty The f aaeral of 3rs Wm Tyler will be vass in the long list of appointment they rests can ofler this This magazine and Successors to HANLY JUDY preached at the Gilispie school house R A Humphry have before them The Herald will both be sent subscriFlat Rock J P Lockhart Grassy Creek Morgan county on the 4th SEWING MACHINE Rev S H Patrick and family have bers for 260 a year KyM Colporteur of the American Bible So2taday ia September by jev Win L removed to Lee county Anthony ThomBUY 2S0 OTHBH IS THE BEST Gevedon nd lder Jerry Lawson The ciety V B Daugherty DEALERS IK as Mrs Patricks father having lost his relatives and friends of the deceased are Seneca Will be EdHcated by the Metho Â¬ wife greatly desired his only daughter iacited to attend dic t for Foreigu 3Ulona to take her mothers place incaring for The anniversary service of the Mission Â¬ him in his declining years Mr Patrick People who pick up exchanges in this the DYSPEPSIA INDIGESTION oCce will oblige ur by asking for them ary Board crowded every nook ofHen takes charge of the farm Opera house Addresses by Bishop Considerable flux in this county Four WEAKNESS CHILLS AND FEVERS we clipped the The paper from wbich drix Miss Watts Brazilian article about Hazel Green was cnt us and Dr John Foreign Missionmissionary deaths on Troublesome as follows The MALARIA LIVER COMPLAINT Sole Agents for World Renowned Secretary youngest child of Nathan Sallie a child fey seme friend and as it is not a regular KIDNEY TROUBLES was taken by exchange we cannot give proper credit The collection the envelopes envelope and of Monk Campbells Miss Em Raleigh NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM were opened and her brother a boy of fifteen We card When because of Its disappearance TT la Invigorat TT elves NEW one of them read I put myself on the have heard of no other deaths from this X ing and Dc- LIFE to tho When this card was read a neatl disease card If you suffer pricking pains ou moving dressed young man with clean cut feaHghtful to take whole SYSTEM by Strengthening Samuel Cole of Booneville is prepar- and of great value ihe eyes or cannot bear bright light and tures pleasing face and graceful bearing the Muscles Ton Â¬ 6hd yur sight weak and failing you walked forward and quietlv extended his ing to build a storehouse on the Tnos P as a Medicine for ing the NERVES vtak and Ailing sfeeaki promptly use Dr J H McLeans Cardwell and complctcIyDl hand to the Bishop as a token of giving store Helot opposite C J Littles Women and Chil- KAj a gesting the food will remove his family to dren ritreagtnening Eye Salve 25 cents a himself to the foreign missionary work of tex Sold by G B Swango Hazel the church The unexpected incident Jackson and do business here We bid YYrfTTTTYXDTfTTTTnu ESTABLISHED IS27 It 3 uwuarirslilf yean tlace this medicine wax oeietl ax a rested him welcome Greex Jind J K Vaughn Canipton was received with deep feeling and creafor Worms lad Iron that tide its reputation Has steadily iacreued uatU at t yresent day k it The seat ends for the Presbyterian The young ted much alraoit unircrMllr ckoowUdzi tlirouehout nearly all part oj ttie wot Id to pe we jtveretftt rtnuay wora isrccusai The funeral f James Cundiff who name was impression West Liberty mans Church have arrived and it will be fur-Â¬ tXe disease hae been manufactored alltncr t Swim of Ky raade more for the purpose of pJeaunc the palate thaa of oereonioz country bwt uieir snort lease ol we is nearjy cxnauiioa ua DArunoi TauSiiaiwo w killed by del Bowman on the 14th and his age only about eighteen years nished with comfortable pews soon Al- Â¬ frequently otoer Childrtn often look fU bocauso diilr hidden sappers and miners and tiekly froro noIrritablecanse taan iwrx aad tfiatm are most aad tabor tie resell of Tho LADIES PAVOHTTE areaouily of April lat will be preached on next The young man will be educated by the ready eight handsome lamps with reflec- Â¬ aad fererisS somettwei cxaruijC food When they are ia LIGHT RUNKT3STG- and does these reasinc wholesome diet tostnsr restlessly n sleep Bioaaiar ad cnadla the teU then be Huued scsrmptorn it - ONTAIN 3 aain itSfcl A Book Volina Senoayat the residence of his father church for its foreign field tors have been put in their places Agents Favor - no by leadl n g jsuoh beautiful work Wa Cundiff in the Abner neighbor Rev Thos S Hubert of the Metho- Â¬ Minerals hurtful physicians telling i to bocauso it is a quick and easy seller is com oad in Lee county The relatives and how to trrat dis dist Conference has been appointed to posed of carefully eases at HOME A6INT8 WASTED INDNOCCUPIED TEERITOBY selected Vegetaxiesds of tlie deceased are respectfully f C0RBESP0KDENCE aid Rev John Jay Dickey in taking care ble Medicines mailed together siteste which requested to attend entirely mituaderstood ad when wenns M really beR the cause Itaasbecn proy4btp Its death with a set ofh and of the churches of that denomination in combined skill MORGAN COUNTY AS- - causedthat worms has beep the huoaa syitem from earliest iafaacy therefore paeats especially mathtrx who are more coa SSirTX 3TOH OZ3E30T7Ti carl etlrt ia cm cards by new fully making a swwtx for so sorely as they exist they ca be Breathitt suntly with their children cannot b too observing ot thcjtrtt tymfi Keliotype process Safe and Pleasant Fahnestocics Vermifuzei the timely use ef B There are many accidents and diseases taftly and sfttdily removed form the mast Jtlicatt inant by practice and rnxay A the Remedy oti receipt of 10 c of In their reenmmend it and Physicians moit eminent of the professtM Oxer Sept 16 We acknowledge the Breck Combs has rented his fathers Tot lr br M DrnRM t n Ororr FbotiU UiedMlrr ntvr JUNE MASUFACTUBIHG CO from alt part do not hesitste totestify to ks uniform use it Ia fact it neror which affect Stock and cause serious iR success It hatfreaeatly fceen Kfo to calM of the country Jackson and taken posses- Ton not knp 0LIM IORDIAL remit cX rea as a safe purgst Ire not suspecting th cause of the illness and Urge quantities of wocus were discharged and immedtat fcU coevealence and loss to the farmer in receipt of an invitation to the reception property in M Cor La Salle Aienne and Ontario Street rsllef afforded Great eautloa mutt be used by every purchaitr to bchisowa Liip In one sense and tn examine every Combs his father will bottle will I Miit iuLr4 U ohly bottle he bmrs of It The simple name cf Fammestocjc is net sufficient He sett JoUc closely and carefully to see tliat Be quickly reme- Â¬ of Dr L D Carter and his bride and it sion Wm Vw work which may be r rMkrBHD Initials ate BJ A I AUBSTOac and oe satisfied wuo aouuff cue CHICAGO ILL died by the use of Dr J H McLeans is with many regrets that we can not at- Â¬ board with him CXMSTtTZCS Md Tf2W FRAKKT m HOWARD CO MO Volina Drug and Chemical Company Havis ased fte erizfctal B A Fahnestock Vrmifug Mestrs Schwirtz Sc Haslett Pitttturr Pa Hiram Centers and wife are visiting Vulcanic Oil LinimenL Sold by G B tend The Doctor was married to Miss B1LT1HOBK ED C S JU - in rav practice for many years I have so hesitancy in roctnn haro used some of that most isctlUat retsCiniUmtn cnt cdy B A Fahnestocks Vrrmlfafe aad found it to have the meadiag iras a remedy which is uftntLibUiS Swango Hazel Green and J N Vaughn Allie Lewis on Tuesday the 14th of this the family of Abner Russell on Trou8e22nr3ph detlred effect I think your Vermifuze can not safely be dU- - ia all casts where a Vtrslfce it neededHANDY M D 2 month Dr Lafe is one of the most blesome Mr Russell is Mrs Centers THOS IU Campion pecsed with ia any lamUy Yours c J W HUBBARD M D promising voung gentlemen of the county father Prcaldcat of th Great S Co CJscle George Chapel of the Mize and his bride U quite an amiable and WRTZa6B jLFhSMgSM- - c Pfflsiirf Fast fttjrtilia Judge Blanton held County and QuarNEW aeigfeorhood on Grassy brought tis last accomplished young lady we join with terly Court last week He starts oil well LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL CO weSc twelve Irish potatoes which weigh Â¬ their many friends in onering congratu- and we hope he will hold EOBT 3 TRIMBLE N II TRIMBLE out faithful Tells What H Xsowt of Livery Sale and Feed Stable ed uiuc pounds five and a half ounces lation The walls of the Academy and they had been dug two weeks He The people of this neighborhood re high and in the language bf are scaffold planted ne balf bushel of Early Rose among the best with which my lot has cum it begins to look housey Ned Mar JIT STERLING KY auriug the dark of the moon in April ever been casL They are kind and gen- Â¬ and after using tbem for table use and erous to a fault and they are up with John Alman bricklayer from RichgiviHg several messe- to neighbors dug the times in every respect especially in mond has been disabled for a week from Droyers and Traders Headquarters tweaty osc busnels Uan anyone oeaz an educational point of view Some of rhoumatism AND DEALERS IN that scholars in the county are in the best MENIFEE COUNTY Orncs or ths Cocssiaa JooRKAL Louimtta will this districL The people here generally The attention of horse hjh mule dealers Dr WinUrtmith If your kidneys arc inacthe you take The Herald Those who do not Frenchburg Sept 17 Judge J J is espeeiallv invited to our facilities for the Sir I waive a ruVe I bare observed for Jeel and look wretched even La the most will subscribe for it soon ralue of Byrne presided at the County and Quar- handling of stock and we invite all traders tianr years the reply to youryour remedy prompt melancholy on the cheerful society and request what I Vnow say in rae Wolfe and McLeans Some two or three young gentlemen terly Courts last week The Quarterly of when in theadjoining counties to call on ingyour to Cure The private assurances of its Chill Tolliest occasions Dr J H us city being Court docket was tfScacy I had and the good results of its effects J Liver and Kidney Balm will set you in this districtcompletednoted mathemati- Â¬ knotty and hotly small but several tad observed on MrR W Meredith who for more litigated cases came up the third part of H- - GILLIS L00 per bottle Sold by cians having right agaia than fifteen years ha been foreman of my office ad trying pretty induced me to test it in my fanzHy The results G B Swango Hazel Green and J 2S arithmetic and being considerablymak He displayed severely his legal acumen with The first case was nave been entirely satisfactory his usual good sense and vanced in the higher are talking of Vaughn Campton of two years standing in which I believe every judgment in the management of them ing an arithmetic Your corresponent cnown remedy had been tried with temporary re and seecrinjly liefthe chills returning periodically brolcc them at David Ward who lives on the Upper being well acquainted with their mathe- Â¬ all Your cure with increased severity H Williams J M Oliver J J matical facilities will take pleasure in J Log Branch of Grassy In Morgan once and there has been no recurrence of them for Chambers J H Wells and W M Combs aore than six months The other case was of a county last week brought to this office recommending their books WHOLESALE slider form and yielded more readily to other are publicly announced for RepresenUi we Some of the citizens here are terribly seme specimens of the finest apples remedies but the chills would return at intervals until your medicine was used since wbich time have see this year He has eight acres frightened about the earthquake John tive in the next Legislature Several are spoken now several months they have entirely disappeared such iu orchard of the choice varietiesIsland and Holly Carpenter are talking of hav- Â¬ others Norlhcutt of Among them Dr Trom the opportunity I have had to judge T do not Wm Bothwell and J E B ing their lives insured as proof against as Virgiuia Buckingham Rhode hesitate to express my belief tkat your Chill Cure DEAIES IK is a valuable rpecific and performs all you promise Greeafg Yellow Pippin Northern Spy any subterranean or terrestrial distur- Â¬ N Frisby Very respectfully for it Apparently there had been a reunion Ac The apple grows to perfection in bance that may be likely to occur Tr N HALDEMAN of old soldiers here Wednesday night should be ex No G13 West Maix Street this section and more care A great many of the citizens from this from the number of duck skins lvinsr 5Foo sale by J T If Day erciBed la the choice of varieties and place will attend the Annual Meeting at near the camp fires Thursdav morning HAZEL GKEEN KENTUCKY re farmers should imitate Mr Wards West Libcrtv Your correspondent will LOUISVILLE KY Miss Rachael Pierce like a brave little ELECTRIC BELT FREE orchards example In planting KEEPS CO3TALY OK HAKD A FJJIX AS50RXEEKT Of be there also nothing preventing and woman that she told the earthquake EOHGE E TUCK To introduce it we will for a short time give will take subscriptions for The Herald she would shoot it if it did not leave her Ready made Clothing awav in each county to thop e likely to make Staple and Fancy Dry Goods JSTCr Age WBtc WITH v4 Rosa Belle Peyton the little four year goou agents a limited numher of our GEU relief but it eradicates the ma old daughter of Lee Peyton has never window mediate WHITE GREEN IIUFFAKER Tinware Married At the Presbyterian Hats Caps Boots Shoes MAX ELECTRO GALVANIC SCSPENSQ Wwd pwofl which produces the disease Kwn hwnt from school a day this fall Wednesday night the 15th inst Church Wholesale Dealers iu 19 by Ed IIY BELTS a positive and upfailing cure Hardware Table and Pocfcet Cuterv XSroor- without leaving any injurious effect as She is a good speller and can read very J M Adams James F Osborn to Miss for Nervous Dpbility Weakness Variroeele the of k the oaee with quiniae and manyIs the well in the first reader Lops of Vigor Bheumatlsrn etc 500 Re yf les Stoves and Farming implements Emms Combs J advertised It ague ward paid if every Belt we manufacture InTact everything usually kept in a firat ehwajseaatry store sA atBOTTOXJlSGE lfjth of consumption Ji L White Mr John Carpenter boasts of havipg ufy awHcie ia existence which may does not generate a jiennine electric viirtent Gw Pt Main Street taka in exchange for Goods or m payaeftof ag debt dneae all tdfejtfrfe antidote for the fiacst corn in the county We were 31 rs Aljhj Bajhford wife of Lafayette J s - trrecn Address atonce GERMAN BELT AGENCY AIYmlI he oeueiaopcd a absolute A BasbforST f ACountry Produce andLive Stqck of eyerr saenH WS LOUISVILLE KY li Q Box 17S Brooklyn New York jull shown byiiip one ear whichmeasured J iluffj kerJ apratUd aue aad kiadrcd diseases in Avc Jok Juacey Creek Eaterpriac 13 inches in length Dnfefcel idio Uvea on s branch can Beat ihsi if you WOLFE COUNTY J P R0GEES4 WITH H - - J tf et h Â¬ DHY GOODS t tatefcj i Sail AitJc Â¬ yll A Medicine Tliat Cures All Diseases Generally Cur eslone4 - Â¬ kw J J cstj Â¬ um CALVERTS LIVER plU S Â¬ P RETURN YOUR MONEY4 Â¬ Â¬ Try These Pills With the Above Oftiaraatee C P CALVERT CO Cincinnati son-in-la- w EPAIR1NC1 at Ca-ii-n- y Â¬ i te Â¬ wSk Sites iffS BBIBLES Â¬ 74 and 78 Main Street Â¬ CL0THING W CINCINNATI KY Proprietor O n f tkt8 HAZEL Phcenix Stables Robinson Â¬ Jones Buy and Sell Horses Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ JENNIE JUNE JUDY OLDHAM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mount Sterling Hardware Queensware Stoves Grates Plows c 1 t the TENNESSEE WAG03STSzr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Best and Cheapest Wagon on Wheels The Trade of Wolfe and adjoining counties is respectful solicited Â¬ BAFAHNESTOGKS kiTu - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ml a VERMIFUGE Â¬ -- Â¬ W N HALDEMAN - j Y McWilliams -- Â¬ JES Â¬ WINTEBSMITHS Â¬ - CHILL CURE TRIMBLE BEOS WHOLESALE GROCERS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W McCord Aydelotte Â¬ Flour Provisions Salt Nails Oilsi Powder Field and Garden Seeds Mt Sterling Ky They carry the largest stock and do the largest business of any house in Mt Sterling - HATT G B SWANCO GENERAL MERCHANDISE Quensware JS Q -- meces Died--Sep- t Boots and Shoes Â¬ Js t jJf tlAtiriin- - itfi - SV tl 2iSUW - - - 43BV m sfe - tC- Sure eilOllfrll- - T fnnnrl i affAnfinn frrr s mnmnnf enrl ilii T little before nOOn eatnr IB a IfWltpH mi1nfl fVlf hrntnscnr narl vostiYrln1 Manner the remains of a fowl His Usual stiff bneked attitude We wait had done dutv before- - and iJrihlc-- j ed fob full live Minutes What had gone rnggman beer knowing a litlle of Wrong Where was the professors prom 3U3BL-QBEy-professioftal metti however I teeog ise Was there nothing in the bush after josrrocacr mlaed ike cxiVeHcics ot Ike case and af-- ill im dvijites explained the He slowly relaxed Mrs JSilu gills A JWOTHErTS OtrG my call He was a tallhad It is no use gentlemanCar can I Man rather thin with weak eyes but do nothihg more just now But whv 7XE CUMJ Of MJUC0M gciently gentlemanly to pass muster j What was the reason Why stop him tLjWMt MmtM ttTawlw slag 1V dress and laaiifier Rather to pelf discovery appeared certain yW VMC iMT iVK tMWWf MMT STUKi say surpris ne readilv agreed to ar l rna just as a a uu JPCJI JMwea eacatae ivreer Ik mf nnit tfi mk afce Mewttaatf ttete ae tu4 ana postpone lor a lew more than we --Icaine herV he said vuipuy ise days the private engagements which he guided by Mr CargOls thought JEr J0 9V VfttpiVUf I had on handat the fcme but m the course don t know where am tH JR Hv lQVi I had e dia I oi our journev down ffor wti feturniHl mnnA nr n i IXJ il XLVO llllUUlt e ae Kiaanma hfr nlv that night thereasdii of his compliance cr0 now it is lost Whether Mrs Gar- e 14 vfttotire through all tbi lerig vauic out Mr ay ne wisneu to include gill ceased to or the robbery in his advertisements not ren cut assist me can not I can jl mow i uo notinno and all that I could sav to the contrarv more just now avterac m trtth tears wogld not convince him that mv friend best it we it wold scarcely care for his name to be serveseemedsecrecy in wished to pre aaviiis ate ykh tears any the matter to actteogaos aeeall Borrow be- - mixed Hp m the matter After consid- make our wav home as quick as we uc uwiiMoa we uiousnt it oest to could ylK rich with ncr inaoceat gave the professor his boot inform Mnuj argll later in the even- - ad irrs I Sargill who was something niag who and whatbnr visitor really exhausted mv arm and we rfituriien 10W I Mfe m3aait aer Mr fB4 az bttvoray gloomily almost as we had come that i r Sfee Mee ia y boaoia The professor explained to us thatf ns is to say by the shortest ami most di- Tlicewed there as Us queen We were all too disgusted BtWfwew lassie bat queea by lovea Mrs Cargill knew the diamdud and nad rect way worn it so lonirt she vas the one who with the nrofessor t h fibl U R 3 nalwWkMMg dear lores delight with her hand in ln could best com th e matter amicaoiv with him at tiie municate to him where to lead her moment so we parted quietly and like wateh eer her alarabers IS sad sereae If said he the lav i clear and giultycreatures in the balto court the My Kaconsclotta drllBg fright I shall lead von to moirow to sp5n-iwlnp Xvn nil hpo on tn fan wrtnlA w AV ITWVAVfc 1M tmgmt tove tkek- sweet Kenrett to stand by lhe siKt frs Canrilli provided von be benefical Mv nosition 1 could not v aav kkiy fcreatae aftedJcttons upon thy dear Thave i uthoicttt llen2tliof mind to keen but think was rather an unnlcasuntone At In your ideas fixed entirely upon the stone Old friend of the family as I was I You must keep it vividiv before vour could not but blame mvsolf for brino-inoAad 4eep in mv spirit minds eye and I shall lead jou to it if so fraudulent a professor to the house Ci revrent and low Wkere aerer a xVe of However I decided before falling it isy in the house or grounds i i o t - i i - v ii an flow aark passlea Ifanlf oiiung uaui occurred in me nouse- - aseep tnat it would not ue mute lair A tret SASdT inln nrin Yita Jae rtte that warble aad sweet Jellal hold sltcc mv departure in the morn- - upon our visitor to condemn him rierhr tat clrtm r j ing juid ilu robber whoever he wa j off on the failure of n single experi- luuM now we ju igeu ue oeginnmg to i ment T aay baby my birdie feel somewhat easier in mind so in cae y raetuu Biy star His explanations later in the day Who itftB e to Heaven of his deeming it necessary to alter the made the matter no clearer He was Wkere all paro things are stone we certain that lie the SAtbeaveet tareated avsiasrefr probable hiding place of the action de- - and it certainly had been onlike track upon immedate had looked it but ve4ce Tl be 4e Vaow for snch bliss as mother determined cldng to commence next morning at the reason for the sudden atop he could iMarse Still in the end he managed 5 E Murton ju Cootf Jceckeepif-- daybreak The professor dd not much i not tell appreciate the idea of such an early to talk us over and Mrs Cargill was in- through the experiment isiaru out we succeeded m overcoming dmcd A 8TBANGE FOX HUNT his scruples andnt was arranged lefore again to gotins t me we were to start but we parted for bed thalweghonld all where we had left off One thinir alone How QeyBard and the Stolen Dia Â¬ meet in the dining room atthree oclock the professor would swear to the dia-Â¬ mond could not be in the house else he next morning monds Were Found Also Mrs Cargill was down before me would never have gone outside atid Harold shdrtly after Of course he informed us that his foot notwith XtJjearVask- - A In If standing his thick stocking It come dawn cayelBly aaaase line My hnu herevn in were alF before the time andtonvait siderably the worse for wear was con Â¬ by we m loar oclock trainj dumbsilence even with the pros motliersdla sm ae see etolet bring a de pect5ofa most interesting evjieriment The hour at length came again Har- e rill try It onrs Ives first Tele tective for twenty minutes in the cold dawn old and I bad decided to dispense with KracvaMyou can come Tours l i haste was anv thing but lively At length sleep Mrs Cargill and the professor Iwuad the letter waiting for me at i tne profesrr appeared looking we I av club one morninir tOWiird tho h1 J giadtoe equalit to ins business seconds Of one anotheri - t rpi e o iAV Itiil 4iJjiuihi uiu ihu iiiuniiiig was ciear anu irosiy fn vjfniniMTiiii tMuaujKjteiuuiwL it was our uuur ajar in case We walked to the laurel bush where wuioc auuuiu i of neeil as impression so nothing particular to keep me in town thorough a search having already been having blindfolded the professor as be the lour oclock train l found jnv jmade inside that the obiectof our fore Mrs Cargill took his las hand trayelinr south in n much cniore t tjuest must be without the house It He soon started ofl taking no notice of sJf lively irame of mind than I h ad experi- - i was rather eerie work for us al 1 except the laurel bush but away through the MirM in ttiA morning endeavoring to tneIroesfor wlo as equal to the oc- - wood We must have been walking for casion and seemed to scent the battle several minutes and at a pretty quick 7 in ay whj L ume wun conjectures as so to spellv in the sIlp of somc far pace- - when like an evil omen a fox towtat could really have taken place off diamond which he had never seen probably the one we had seen on the The diamond I knew welL It was truly At twelve minutes past three then previousnight sprang out of a clump Cargill took the professors hand of underwood and vanished among the s precious stone not only for itsin-llrprv l0lsI T blimlfolded- - trees worth but also from the fact trisic ot he said that such a thing was It was the same story over again Uiat it had beeii gryen by an liidau Uecewsuy calmed his power of Our leaders pace slackened then he Kajli to Sim CargiU s faiher und fur-- j thought to but itextent ome Could it be that the fox was Harold and stopped tAer itws the la gift of a parent 1 retired a few steps and the silence for as it were a non conducting agent I wfcose memory was loved by all who had Several minutes was deathlike At last put the question to the professor nay I professor maIe a slept another and further hinted that perhaps when in a kowit him Mrs Cargill wore it plHikly set m gold as a brooch and Uen to us on lookers it seemed as if mesmeric state the sense of smell might wore it more frequently than nerhans certaintv had replaced doubt He went be so lieig htened that he had been fol- feost women would have thought it wise straight to the door Mrs Cargill fol- - lowing lik c a foxhound for two nights to air so Taluable a treasure Mv friend lowing and we too discreetly down m succession tins evil deacon of the Lved witk his mother and a little sister lue avenue to the fir t turning and woods He put the suggest on aside m quaint old house with considerable jthen bang against the fence in a most with scorn but the more I thought the grounds in a very quiet and unpre 1 disturbed manner This little incident more I felt there might be something tending manner The nearest village J seined to have upset his train of in it and Harold so far agreed with me of any importance was at a distance of j thought and it was some minutes be as to question the learned professor j next day as to whether he had ever been home lour and a half miles Often bad frc ne seemed to grasp the situaton was a fortunate thing that the fond of hunting lenvied bim the quiet peace of his home His tastes were artistic like loming was tine though the gras Wc had gone home as before non siine and with such worlr a he might j looked abominably wet 1 inwardly phased we had retired to our rooms ckeotfetudo and the occasional super-j SMWerwi t the idea that had there i slumbered late and met for fresh dis lutendence of his family acres as might been a gate ve should have felt ob- - dission all to jio purpose Mis Cargill be necessary to diverihis attention life Sd to open it ami take to the grass wlhed to give uj the attempt and call and catching Harolds eve we both xiii Jn me net eEives iiaroiu and l were aiucuccu pjcuauL inueeu My friend Harold was waiting for me somewmit guilty as though we might inclined somewhat ignominiotislv to when 1 reached the iittle station about be shirkng something Hut the iA111u agree But we hail forgotten the pro even in the evening and on the drivp I thing was nor to be shirked The fessor His blood was up our taunts home I learned a few more particulars prfesor calmly coninieneed to climb on the subject of fox hunting had ag- Â¬ Therobberv had taken place as far as the paling which as his one hand was gravated him more than we had fancied cmuxu oe juugeu eitner tiuring tuc night occupied and as he was an exeeedingjy Prove himself right he would his honor on ine x utuorc jhL nreefuiinir nnv- ungainly man obviously1 never bom he insisted was at stake he must be e v- r m nouse or and the enects of the servants Ior uu OI agimy ssemed rather an successful in the end He appealed to uie nad been searched withont avail and extraordinary proceedng Over he Mrs Cargill td stand by hiiuand the e long and however and over Mrs Harold bad only waited my arrival short of it was that she agreed vtn Jdm when a man is to make a third and bust trial the pro- Â¬ taking further steps We talked UH rP the matter over at great length both on In a trance he is very unreasonable fessor on his side promising that it oir way home and after dinner That how Mrs Cargill stood it 1 can not tell should be the very last It rained hard one of the servants was guilty seemed spethat she herself waf perhaps a all the evening and at day break when tome quite evident but 1 could con- - ltlh3 affected we met it was so damp dreary and vince neither of the others on this point We were helping them quietly over nv sty that we all felt relieved when the Mrs Cargill left us soon to our wine when the professor got into a most mi- - pr ofessor asked us to leave matters and I continued mv endeavors without accountable hurrv and had we not both alone for a day and give his last attempt aau to prove to Harold that strict devoted our attention to Mrs Cargill everv possible chance measures should at once be taken with she and ber leader must have fallen Ali ii im ti He contended that a and the train of thought been broken had been going on quietly enough and thorough search had already been mae We had been asked to maintan n ds seemed as though the servants had quite t vw kmw9 x am iit 1CUIU uwi cnciiic u uu i tUUHl uiml IKLCTS mviiIm nti titbit minds that no you should have allowed me to use Jmy sworn i caugiii a smothered- exciama- - SCareh was intended The onlvfurther u scrctiou m the matter and 1 would lion iroin iiaroiu as Mrs I argill s foot circumstance that came to lightfresh was have brought vou down a French delec- - was brought smartly round upon the that the gardeners kennel formerly oc t t -- i uie oi ii s neao owing to tneproiessor 3 cupied by a tame fox lor which he had i vc uj uvu And what would your detectives unreasonable haste a great affection was observed to be Onceover the paling thecenteeiued empty The man affirmed that the an- Â¬ baveidouc Made up a nice story im- plicaling one or all of the servants and to have grown weaker Of course imal had dipped its collar the day be- Â¬ probably the gardener as an outdoor there was no hesitation in the avenue fore We could only question him agenl but not found the diamond and a very evident absence of such casually on the subject but it seemed 2s ow where is the use of investigations feeling when palings had to bestir- likely tliat the animal whose scent had l u nt i ewvci tuc uiamoauTa iiiomiitru um once on ine uewy grass j proved too stron- for the professor A hapov thought struck me as he j things might be taken more easily 1 j was the one whiclilhe gardener affirmed If your object Harold is en- - went back to the paling to join Harold oniv to have escaped on the previous speke limy me recover or me u amoud and ana we ieic tne pair to themselves tin Tin nnimni iiIMii not die punishment of the thief I have we got fa rly across the held Then to come back for its meal- - sooner or a fUggstJon o make aud it may be the professor seemed to recognize the ialer but we did not altogether aive alicr all that if we dixwer the atone proximity of another paling aud we with him on that point Jirst we nay learn more afterward had to run to be in lime to help them nPTfmnrninfrir i leuus have down this srreat mesmerist over We were getting more used to it j assembled in the dining room and we audthougtit reader who is making such nojr and Mrs CargiU was bearing up -iPft tho hnnsn tn rmnmni vv vai iavi e uanut u them over in the vnol wher wa lnrl Lid UUUII M a 4 mflrcjnmoton just now Well lax wonueriunv liini if luTI come to conduct us to the without any mMiap save that the pro- - It was a line clear mornih and crave r a i tT r s4 - k rnA nr i iiriFHtr rii iivkimii hi tiio rnnfn wniip t k liriiiiiii v ki f t t iti- ino ttrhiiw- - r k j ii promise 01c a gionous aay C fine pro- TR tJL ry was discovered - o veryind 4ns boot one of those elastic aided lessor was on his mettle ihc roboe He had aid tju ekly that even with an outside ageneyj monstroities and veiy old came off in to us I will succeed to morrow in lheneron f the gardsner wluinritiie struggle to extricate him and to succeed he evidently intended forant youiont bke r itis unlikelyi the Harold and 1 had i up tilli now been He sioorf for i fow minute lnfiwifirti w vv i i i i as me village not a mue sKepicai aoout me a usual before he took Mrs Carill oiie can jmve goi x vet iroceeuings out the lact that we were hand and then commenced to move for- Â¬ Qu this vaggest ion made half in jest m the wood by this time and that the ward but in an opposite direction to halfvi earnest we eventually decided professor seemed totally unconscious of that we had been taking when he had the absence of his boot began to im- - ast the clue before On h went and on to act T tc robbery had been crnl the morning before and the scrv-- press us It seemed too a little ex- - right through the wood till the affair ant- had iaee then been prcttv closeiv rraordinary tnat he should b able to began to grow tiresome He was going r 11 9 Maicueo zo mat aiier a turtner talk go caimiy on now without Knocking well to day certainly he had kept us at to say went over against or waning to surmount the it o 00d lon iimebutif we were only weh iis nerdies andVcc the same ground at least a trees go5n to get few hujldred ylrls over fore or times each o- us attempting to It was by this time thoroughly light night and perhaps not tind the stone prove io himself and to the other that we mut have been out for nearly half after all we might as well ve the tictcctlvc work wa-- what Providence an hour and as yet had done nothing matter up entirely Harold appeared Intd severally meant for us we came to but climb palings and get our feet verv from the frown upon his face to have lhijAjleriniuatio tnat we would ask wet Still it certainly seemed that begun to consider matters in this l ht bcreat thought reader Prof Land f there might --be some method in this too when the professor who had been madness and o on we went more slow- - going at a fair pace suddenly stopped ley to come to our assistance The greatest secrecy of course was i ly now owing to the brushwood which it seemed to me only natural that as even nectary Sot first whoMrs Cargill i happily was not very thick Suddenly he had gone further than he bad ever snould Tcuow at our visitor the professor topped iu o decided a gone before he should stop His im rcjtliy wa hope of success manner that I eiuld not but think it beeile mind could stand the strain no lay m the chance thai if one of the serv 1 possible that we were near the object of longer After considerable hesitation atiK was the thief the stone might t II our search Up was at the ftinmont In however he turned slowlv to the left Wltddra in the house or pebnps bur-- oppost j a thick laurel bush I looked bent over some thick brushwood and l lvtl n the ground outside til it could j hastily at Harod who appeared as con gradually stretched out his hand Its wish greater safety be removed when tident as myself that we must have come that fox again to a certainty whis- Â¬ lb- matter had bad time to be partly j to something to cause such a decided pered Harold to me 4the professors jorgntten and prolonged stop A few minutes of as mad as a March hare No signs of 1 wrnttd-tewn early next morntng jHen u and suspense passed like hours tho fox though and the professor was called jit osee upon the learned ro then a sten and the - nrofessor - r -jiewxs --our 1 1out was to loe in commenced forward slowly downwani well into the bush if the diamond was to stooo there surely a sudden flash of thought x siroiiea aooac tne Svnen xrc 1IIXIIU a rustling illLlUIl the would assist him but it was not likely 5 M15R tim SO Tlft to Innrnl lnnrcs stiri 7w-- clnnt-Tin to bo any more than our friend the fox nys mt Tvi slirewa suspicion j the other ide of tho bush and made oft who would certainly haVn mda offlong Kitilfct 3m4 3hk siifeifc pprtEa j thfsusli th wcad Tkg ditrastGd m before ov Jit r Obkbt n Esum lagi Bll ykck i f1 j -- j ar -- j J i i t i 1 -- w UIOLU--3- at i - t fcV - i i - -- S -- -- i t -- - - s ie -- j j i Jnt -- Â¬ v rtffr soj -- i ta I 1 j j s- i HT i i j J j I l J frightful yell that rang through the CargiHs- hana wa wood Mrs dropped in a moment and it professor seemed as though the was engaging blindfolded iu some awful struggle with a foe whom none of us had as yet seen It was the fos after all The professor Qhad tracked him down this timer if not to his den at least to the trap in which the animal was struggling Certes he was pretty severely punished for his fox hunting propensities Foxei dont usually attack until driven to the last extremit3 and the professor must have forced theQanimal to the furthest point it could go with the trap on its fore paw ere he made that sudden dive which was so disastrous for him Had it not been that the learned mans hand was most terribly bitten we should have been struck with the absurdity of the scene Mrs Cargill had had a great fright the prof essor was in a towering rage not merely at the injury done to his hand but that he should after all nave again tracked down his tox sol Harold and I alone were in any con- Â¬ dition for action The professor swore he must kill the fox that had so bitten him and so great was his wrath and haste that he would scarcely wait tll we had stanched his wound with a hand- Â¬ kerchief I took Mrs Cargill to some little dis- Â¬ tance and when I returned the fox was well nigh demolished by the aid of a stout stick with which the professor had promptly avenged himself He was calmer now and as we were talk- Â¬ ing over the little excitement of the mo- Â¬ ment he gave it as his decided opinion that either Mrs Cargill must unknown to herself have been wearing the dia-Â¬ mond all the time or the fox must have swallowed it The hist idea seemed to have something m it and he was so im- Â¬ pressed with it that the ouly course to convince him for we had begun to doubt his sanity seemed to be to dis- Â¬ sect the animal there and then I left them to inform Mrs Cargill of our last resolve when a shout of joy from the professor and of surprise from Harold made me hastily turn to rejoin them Mrs Cargill hearing the shout was with us in a trice The diamond had been found The fox had not swallowed it buttled tight- Â¬ ly round its neck roughlv sewn up m a piece of brown leather was the missing stone The professor was exultant hts wound was forgotten he had been right after all But who was the thief Some one must have committed the diamond to the foxs care Was it true that the animal had slipped its collar or had the culprit freed it for greater safety in the belief it would return for its meals Only the gardener could tell us and he would probably not miss his fox till we saw him in the morning Exeited as we were we talked it sill over in the wood and were considerably later th an usual in getting home where we parted at once silently retiring to our several chambers to take the rest we had so well earned after mutual compliments all round We had decided that the gardener alone could be the thief and that we would confront him with the charge in the morning but we had reckoned with- Â¬ out our host When we assembled for breakfast tho professor with bis hand wrapped up in most ungainly fashion Mrs Cargill met us with a blank face A note which the servant had found in the silver chest some minutes since ex Â¬ plained all It was a filthy piece of workmanship but still legible and the contents alas too plainly spoke the truth It ran as follows nitets waukln about the woods lookid for mi lox You knnt Unci him eny more than mo o ime off i hop vou may ketch my fox i kant so me and ml pals tuk a few splines luÂ¬ Ere my ideas were completed the flash of thought did come A sudden dart downward on the part of the professor was instantaneously succeeded by a A LIVELY INSECTS Good Katured 2Hsn Tells What He Keows of Bees and Ydlow- - A bee is a very playful and good natured animal said a gray headed man with a benevolent smile standing near the entrance of the bee hives at The only thing you want to the Zoo be careful about when you come any- Â¬ where near a bee is never to bit bim That is you must never attempt to hit bim for the chances are just about nine out of ten that you cawnt do it if vou Jaciets try suffer from a chronic disordered temper It is never safe to pick up a yellow reputable insect ever created Nbw the difference between a bee and a yellow jacket is just about this A yellow jacket is the most vile and dis- Â¬ They jacket and nothing makes a yellow jacket more hapny and gives rise to a more general feelmg of unhappiness on the part of human susceptibility than to have some unreflectingpersontake hold of him It is then that the little yellow jackets soul throbs with fiendish delight and misery seizes the unfortunate victim Charles A Yogaler Company of Baltimore Maryland in tho action brought by that house against H Churchill aad Company pf Brisbaaa Queensland The case jrhica has been in progress here since September 1SS4 grew out of an attempt of Uhttrchill and Company to register a trad xaark con- Â¬ taining the words St Patrick Oil in con Â¬ nection with a medicinal preparation This was promptly opposed by th Vog eler Company who while admitting that Ike term and devica waick were sought to be registered by the Australian firm were in no respect identical to the rrell known St Jacobs Oil trade marks coatended how Â¬ ever that sufficient similarity existed beÂ¬ tween the term St Patricks applied by Churchill and Company and St Jacobs as used by the Vogeler Company to cause con Â¬ fusion in tha minds of the public andjead to purchasers being deceived la sapoort of this position they submitted an over whelming amount of evidence from En-Â¬ glish American and Australian sources with the result stated Under the decision of the court Churchill and Company caa not register their mark and must pay costs of the case This is the second trade mark suit won by the Vogeler Company ia En Â¬ gland within three years and she should ba very economical of it whea she is cooking Losbos Xair A a 1318 In the eaacrydxvisfo8to ikilgkart eastice Loadon Vice Chaxeeiibr Bacoa has giysa his decision ia favar at Tlw Cay f CaIerraa XMylrefta OalMtaeitv Awa S3 lSDi JL H A QUESTION ABOUT Browns Iron Bitters ANSWERED sf tOMI a x - - P thkTWelLHdMaBtSatitrfMccaMi fotTralca axwprtafefe ffcnfeM wetld jumhIih I gSgowrj imm sa tfc beet 90W 0ML JtOlf 5 XfJUL JHttUM i aKrWrMtS xytMfactoygi3HabigattohaTMiiaaaMa DDnUltffO IBftaf DiTTrDHiMi unutn oinufiDii i hwtfa cam or ptofcc ctrastipatka alt afcar 1 enre Iagestiaa lJHMoagneijiyawkwin Syspepaia Ufalaxia CMHs aaal XiredFeelia8 aescralIeMKtyIaaKlala of BROWNS mo ew m trMia sa4iaBfarCi Iaidia cheeuealatat wjlwbatoatiate tig mwh MhMM um if jgnwHiii rriTr T other sab9tacfl need f elasrrely that arm Ut ackaawtadgad SiiitwrnaK to be Mm start important fastCTiasiKeamMsadkMaaVaOkiar howB rer a rsaurkabla fact that Briar ia tha aataW y wrti iciB rnotta SMBackorXiBk4HaacAJwri ail Owm aihseate fern ia aaenbaa BK BROWM IRQ ZSa 7vn Wojciss greatest glory Is in her hair The habits of these insects are pecu- Â¬ liar continued the benevolent man A bee never stings a person more than once His apparatus has a barbed point and when it enters any substance it stays there This finishes up tho bee for good He lives but a few minutes after losing bis sting There need never be any fear of an said the lecturer attack from bees unless you begin the attack by striking at them Then they respond with savÂ¬ age impulse I should say if a whole swarm of bees were to surround a man and sting him the effect would be fataL The venom of the honey bee is very painful But when treated lcindly they are harmless This shows their intelli- Â¬ gence They become accustomed to persons in the habit of attending them Do you know said the man that a hornet is the most singular animal arid the most unpleasant one to light with that people ever knew A person who is stung by a hornet feels ready for a howling war dance and it all comes from not understanding one disagree- Â¬ able characteristic of them If a man was sharp a hornet could never sting The minute a man strikes or him throws a stick at him he instantly re- Â¬ sponds by making for bim in a line as straight as the range of a theodolite And he always gets there But if the man saw him coming and only had sense enough to dodge him the hornet wouldnt get there And what is more peculiar the hornet would go straight back to tho identical point no started from and make another sally for his vic-Â¬ tim But just as often as the man kept dodging he would never get stung It only requires a man with nerve enough to stand his ground and agility enough to dodge quicker than the hornet can fly to make it a very interesting combat But of all the spiteful wicked and uncompromising insects save me from either a yellow jacket or a wasp There is no getting away from them and when they sting once they stingy a dozen times in different parts of the body They keep right at it and a man may try to hit them with a stick or his hat all day and miss them every time Wasps make their nests in the ceiling of a room or the roof pf a barn Hornets are generally found Im clumps of fruit-Philarlel- trees shrubbery or fences Dr Pierces Favorite Prescriptk perfectly and permanently cures peculiar to females It is tonic and nervine effectually allaying and curing those sickening sensations that affect thj stomach and heart through reflex actios The backache and dragging down sea cations all disappear under the strengtheb ing effects of this great restorative B druggists those-disease- s f Quappprs fasctjcmil dami9sBtsbeaaal laz acd if a sarsiur mother ilm tarit auMci is scpplied for tha child JUmsaabac Broras Ira Bitters ia tha OXIiY boa SMCcaM tiat is aet teJBxieBa rhjriciax anijyntjUu remnmtnd it The Gesraie has Twda Xark ad crcawdred Unea oawistppet TAKiXO OTxTE3t i al other thecooafc iiiiwniM waam taken by wa taa ant ijijUa oeaaat w tanawnd fitter ThwaaaJas yrmw jjm hi rnrnla m bjJ tIBartbadwtisn In 8mmi la roaaSrlncro iii niT ajaitu x ne ayea ougui acoaca to Bngata ii ann ni ki1b it uuna h MIC vawan -r iiuft w JHiaaW BinEBSaSln - how talct ii vti il OPSY TREATED FREE Specialists far Eleven Ysara Past Hae treated Dropsy and Its complications with the majtwonderfuis2cct8iEsevesetahlo remedies ea graph Has anybody ever referred te a priza fight as a pound social Pittsburgh Ttt- - it a cough ti disturbs your sleep take Pisos Cure ror Consumption and rest well tlrely harmless Kcmove all symptoms of dropsy la etehrtotwentydays- ot Care pattenu pronounced hopeless y the physicians symptoms rapidly disappear From tho first dose tee More physique and less physic is what and la tea days at least two thirds of all symptoms ara Merchant removed-the average American needs Some mav cry humfcog without sowlnanythhuc Traveltr about It-- Remember It dees not con you anything t realize the merits of our treatment4oryout3elf Ia ten days the difficulty of hreatalns Is relieved the pulse regular the urinary organs made to dischars their fall duty sleep Is restored the swellin mil or nea rly cone the strcngt h Increased aad appetite made coed we are constantly curing case or locsstand tappet a number or ve In cases that The time to take amedldoe is when Nature glTes anil the patient ha beenunable to live a wceS times Give declared warning That tired feeling is often the full history of case xfamc sex how Ion aJSIcted her flrst botr badly swollen and where arobowels ccstlve hitva forerunner of serious disease which may be warded Icsa bursted and dripped water Send for free pamÂ¬ off if you attond to yourself in time Dont wait till phlet containing testimonials cueatlons etc your system is all run down and you are obliged to Ten days treanncntfurnlshedtretyby mail stop work but take Hoods SarsaporlUa bow It Epllepy fit positively cured stamps to If yoc order trial send 3 O cents In p4 will purify vitalize and eurich your blood create 943TS 3K an appetite and tone the digestive organs cure postage 2SO IX 02SEKX St-Atlanta Ca marietta headichc biliousness and dyspepsia rouse and regulate the liver and kidneys and give a trength to ASK TOE THE the whole body r have seen the value of Hoods Sarsaparilla la use in the Massachusetts State Prison and have Best material perfectflr equals any5 or JSshoiv also used it in my family with perfect satisfaction every pair warranted Tate none unle3 stamped We believe it to ba everything that Is claimed for 1Y I Douglas 3Jbnoe warrantee- - oocgress untton ana Lace isoys aK it A W KESXE deputy warden Etite Prison Douglas for the TT Xbame styles as Charlestown Mass SS0O Shoe Having been afflicted witH a compllcaston of dis yon cannot the 3X0 Shoe If orders the result of Impure blood I took Hoodi jcet these shoes from dal- em sand Rd dress oa portal Barsaparllla and the result was perfectly satisfac card to W L Douglaa Cjy tory MRSJBABTONKewHavea Cu XJ othlcu jaasa aa X SO SA I t bt Delays Are Dangerous -- l 11 i t W L DOUGLAS Â¬ Â¬ -- Hoods Sarsaparilia S3 i 1 v m Eold by all druggists H sbc for Prepared only by C I HOOD CC Apothecaries Iiowell Mass S3 vvw v - ezm IOO DR Doses One Dollar JOHN BULLS 4iif BEST TAHSSiiaaaaaaaf SGHOENHAIxS REHAiSSANOE SOAP Copyright Secured There Is nothing more pleasing thaaaJOf7noofa We thitv free from sores blotchy and pimple caa safly guarantee our SKIX SOAP is the Dest scalp that has cure for all diseases of the skin and ever been presented to the public Ifyoa desire clear haiUhfut charming complexion ruui -- Senalf Manee Soap Price 25 cents per cake Sold by alt leading drusrslsts or 3 cakes In a boxwlll be sent by mail on receipt of 73 cenU by CrXClXX ATI SOSJP COJCPAXT Sole Manufacturers Cincinnati Ohlev rttfsToieSra FOR THE CURE OF FEVER and AGUE Or CHILLS and FEVER AND ALL WALARIAL DISEASES Tho proprietor of thi3 celebrated tnedicina justly claims for it a superiority over all rem edies ever offered to th8 puoiio xor me saj j jMa Press ERTELS VICTOR HAY PRESS a The Canadian government proposes to prohibit the importation of oleomar-Â¬ garine butterine etc under a penalty of fine and forfeiture of the goods The leprous disthment whose effect Holds such an enmity with blood of man That swift as quicksilver It courses through The natural gates and alleys of tho body Missrs Iseen you und the glntlemcn too - iic aj sted j CZ7 Your obodiun sirvent Ton Bmk ps thenks for levin the door opiu j be-jwou- uo- Car-fo-- I i The professor was the only one who made a hearty breakfast He had proved the power of thought reading it was our fault not His that the gardener had been too sharp for us Now of course we had the detectives down but we never caught Mr Black Tuk a few I should rather think spunes instcd he had- - there was not a piece of plate left in the house Maanillans Maya zinc -4-- -X and causes the skin to become barked about most lazar like with vile and loathsome crust Such are the effects of diseased and morbid bile the only antidoto for which is to cleanse and regulate tha liver an office admirably performed by Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery Ir there is any one who should be rapped in slumber it is the man who snores Chicago Tribune For removing dandruff and curing al scalp diseases use Halls Hair Renewer Ayers Ague Cure is acknowledged to ba the standard remedy for fever and ague The pupil of ons eye is made to attend to business by the lash that is eTer held over it Yotjxg men or middle aged ones suffer ing from nervous debility and kindred weaknesses should send 10 cents in stamp for illustrated book suggesting sure meani of cure Address Worlds Dispensary Medical Association 663 Main Street Buffalo been checked mora especially in difficult and long Btanding cases Usually this medicine will not require any aid to keep the towela in good order Should the patient however re- Â¬ quire a cathartic medicine after having taken three or four doses of the Tonicj a single dose of KENTS VEGETABLE FAMILY PILLS will b sufficient USE no other pilL Price SLOO per Bottle Six Bottles for 55 er of aliort or lomr standing He refers to tna entire Western and Southern country to bear him testimony to the truth of tha assertion that in no case whatever mil it fail to euro if the directions are strictly followed and carried Is s hipped anywhere to operate oa trial against all oth out In a great many cases a single dcao has erlresees psx haaerto keep the been sufficient for a cure and whole familiea worf or tho teast raoney- - Quo KaTKTCoQnlntyxIL have been cured by a single bottle with a pr agPtiJAaaV foct restoration of the general health It l2 cer- Â¬ however prudent and in every case mors tain to cure if its uso is continued in smaller YSihe FREIGHT PA Torn VVnzoa Scales doses for a week or two after the disease has 5 Inm- Lercxz enfcdoing-motit-Ab- JONES S80 rr saa ixre cexa aad Steel Bexrtasi Sexxi Sox tor Ttjpry i aw price Jfia lTWTIie icale Kesuon thU psper aoit ifldm JQES 8F 3INCHAKTS1 Oil JOHN BULLS L0U1STILLE KY A CURIOUS MIRROR lJri-a-lSric 1 I all-the-er-- ant Hr iiiii - - - I i w 7 1 -- 1 I - -- - 1 x - w iwi -- i I I -- - atwl J -- - - -- 1 --r f Discov Â¬ Iieoo of ered in a Parisian Shop The other day in poking about in a bric-a-brshop I fell upon a curious object of virtu It was the lookizig glass presented to the Emperor of China bv George HI through Lord Macart nay The construction is analogous to that of a toilet mirror such as the beau tics of the early part of the century ued to sit before when sticking black patches on their rough faces The frame is in carved ebonv of a line gran and is fastenc to a stand with drawers in the same wood I never saw a glass of finer quality The plate is about the size of aqua r to page and is beveled at the vdgc which i surrounded by an orÂ¬ nament of gilt bronze formed by ser- Â¬ pentine lines intersecting each other at regular distances At the back of the mirror which is made to swinj round there is an enameled painting m poivc lain the size of the glass repre ending Agriculture seated on a rock overlooKing a generous country like that visible from Richmond Hill 1 have inpomt of execution rarely sen a liner piece of enameled porcelain The A Valuable ac SMITHS TONIC SYRUP BULLS SARSAPARILLA BULLS WORM DESTROYER The Popular Remedies of the Day Wjj THE NEW DEPARTURE DRUMS ft are made with patent double acting rods sc xoidlns Knee rest uigBX rJ7 i BaWiMiaaaaaar i substantial and handsome Used Id the best Bonds anrt Orchestras TJnequaled fof tone surpass all other la finish and appearance II nearest Maalc dealer does I not keep them write to u fWWaaaa for Illustrated catalcgue U HEALY Chicago LYON 0 I Principal Offlce SSI Main St Â¬ NY MTRAOWAfT THE ONLY GENUINE Democrat Kro XAPPrNO Baby asleep Jtochetter Â¬ A Box or Glen ns Sulphur Soap is equivalent to many Sulphur Baths Dont forget it FtttAs Hair axd Whisker Dte Black ol Brown 50c a 1 take up his notes fcAVE Whek a singers voice fails he can not Lowell Citizen arsapariiiian R esoiven i 1 enra 1 Jo not mean msralv to mod mem Then 1 a tloia aad then bavs them retam again t maaa a null cat rsra I bav9 imuls tna disease of PITS EPILEPSY or FALLING SICKJJBSSa Ur4oastdy Iwarraatmy Ttcsdy to enro tha wont coies Bacasse others haTa JrendaS falldUaoreeonfbrnotno7je4rrtaserra my IniaZUbla encs for a treatlso and f Fsaa oula of rsisfidy CIto Zxpreis and roes Offles Is costa yott and win enrayoo nctaios Ibc atrial H G1 BOOT isarearlStXowTork 4ddres3 Dr I CURE ist FITS ft patience by using Frazor Axle Grease your wagons your horses and youl The 0 real Blood P urillsr BLOOn TAISTS Artists ancT Aflritfiairs Outfits In Oil and Water Colors Lustra Paintlnjr and Repousse Decorate Yoar Home Send for complete Catalogues M6WIST ART A NOVELTIES FOR DECORATOM The darkest hour is when you cant find matches m There is a place in Pennsylvania called Economy It is not a summer resort Baltimore American Br Radways Sarsaparillian Rtsclvtnf CCKED CHE05IC BKKCJLiTlSH TA8TC0SX TK5S BRTOOIITIS COXSCBPTIOy CEXKaiLDEBILmf KID- SKT DISEASES GRATEL BLADDER COHrLAI3TS SCROFCLA OLD BOSXS SKIS SISKASXS For the Care of all Chronla IMveaacx Focbth Strtzt S CLOSSON cnfCINVATI O Jr AG nnnnvgAGEHT wanted MOJRTiKT S3E0TJLori8aCO this State to sell WOXBXKFCLEIGhT Big ezxxb big profits Bio Bcsivess Foe part ulars circulars and Scnjr Boot aildresn -- ir w T iii a xli-co- v- j - 9 1 1 - j I j I for-om-on- -- DIABETES CURED LOGISIAXA MO Dh RADWAT Bear Sin I us is something I have just dashed remedies with great snecess Tiavo nsod all your in practice and jaid the farmers wife as she took the way I found favorwlth your Resolvent It cured the me of Diabetes after three physicians had Riven me up FBEMCH DEGOfUnYE kWI butter from tho churn gilt bronze ornament is carried up I detected a change In my urine in two hours after Nctt method of decoratlni Silks Satins Vasev me around a medallion above the franv of Plaques Lampshades etc Caa not be detected from A Chicago paper says Mr Multum has the flrst dOe and three bottles cured GPAGE THOS Your friend hand painting Kaally applied Send for prtce Uii the mirror in which is et a portriit settled in that citv- Then he is no longer A remedy composed of Ingredients of extraordi and fuU directions HOPF3CAVX BKOS nary medical properties essential to purify heal also on porcelain of Ueorge III with j in Parvo Tern Siftirtgs 13 Mala Street Ctnclaaatl Oble repair and invigorate the broken down and wasted behind it another of a lady whom I take 1 a bottle body Sold by all druggists cured cutting dash 0IISJI UADIT absolutelypossible a awitj ajniaa a shortest to be the Princess Dowager of Wale tlie You think youre the horsea kicked as DR JstAlWAX fc CO 3f ST ii Proprietor ofKadwnyi K dy KelleTaad driver s id when Kew Infallible remedy Sctaparttclepaln The King is very young and the face the front of the buggy The Whip oreelflenlaL Pay when cared Handsome book Dr Kadwayi JI1I free which gives me the impresson of a DRCJTVAXHEEBYKcsaaCltrHo llli niEUCKWLAWSOflleerapayfrora - SI fi M P STU D Y Book kecpingr Bti3ines3 The reason tvby the word honeymoon truthful portrait is fair ingenuous and a Sala wcommisslons Sesertera rellerU is beyet with a kind of lurking slyness is only applipd to married people Prairie ked Feaalrma and Increase experience ayears Ii U IH Forms Penmanship Arithmetic Short-Â¬ moon affects the tied cause the success orno fee Write for circulars and laws hand Ptc thoronshly tanjrht by mail ClrenJars which one often sees in the physiogn free SUSIAfSS COLLEGE JSuSalo X 3T A W ilcCOKHICK BOS Claclanatl Ohio Farmer mies of naive Germans It is made up of bg blue eyes on the snrfa e and It does a man good to go down among the children occasionally said theinan rather engaging a thick heavy nose of when he slipped and fell in the kinder- Â¬ the acquiline type and full lips Chn garten Should by no means faiL to- call and see the beautiful line of and forehead lly back The har is DRY GOODS such as DRESS GOODS CASHMERE SILKS powdered and frizzed and the coat is A cektain journal is publishing a story of white silk with gold facings A laeri entitled The Romance of a Gaspipe The CLOAKS SHAWLS ETC Exhibited by believdto be a biography of the frill falls over a blue ribbon of the gar- Â¬ biory is Burliuylon BTawkeye A Sr editor ter The lady on the obverse side looks IOO West Sth Street between Vine and Race a good natured contidng soul with fa No butcher I am not in the habit of ONE PRJCE TO ALL fresh complexion Her embonpoint is swearing but when that Boy stole a string ALL GOODS WARRANTED of sausages 1 could not help exclaiming Â¬ Saxon She too has a wretched cereMorphlna XaMt Cera la 19 X Hope fs Gut Off Horses Mm bral development The dealer in whose Doggone OPIUM JttAJjfcii julaxx celebrated possession this piece of was WiTffEnglsh grammars spiling at JCS aad IIKIDLK ComIaed not be slipped by hone Sam told me that he bought it of an officer eah it eeins agrentpity tbrt cannaiter to any panany ins US AT or ple m TO 5 A not under Samples worth 3nS aaai FREE Lfnes aud the none feet Writq who had been at the loot of the summer people will go to summer resorts speech lill free oa receipt of SI Sold by all aaxwsxKa sartz axis HOLssaceHijaicii the atmosphere with fractured Saddlery Hardware and Harne palace The price asked for it was ten Chicago Journal Dealers Special dltconnt to the 2 Trade tysend for Price Lift1 thousand francs Paris Cor London jC- - IisnTnocsaRccheterNT V Poet Editor ment Tid Biti Ad you Yes sir a will print my poem In the puzzfe depart- Â¬ Humors and Sores of all kinds particularly chronic diseases of the kln are cured with great certainty bra course of RADWAYS SAR3APA- Â¬ we mean obstinate caaes that have reIULLIAN sisted all other treatment DES -- - Â¬ Â¬ VISITOES to the CINCINNATI EXPOSITION - H A BLA TjqEYER CO - bric-a-br- ac sv-enteen-ci- cmzr jts -- II Iffv ErStcfcB0ttafc Truth -- si 1 X- - uiyn irlilr Cincinnati will be one hundred years old in 1888 and she wants bath National conventions to celebrate her Ccentennial -- Why does Dina get more beaux than 12 I dont knoM unÂ¬ abked the elder sister less it i3 she is aliltlb archer said mam- Â¬ ma with a quiver of her lips A kasi youth asked at a city restaurant Almost every What have you got was the reply Almost every thing thing Well give me a piece t of that ib rltar Certainly lotswhJ I 8 ZzZ3 Pisos Remedy for Catarrh la the Best Easiest to T7s and Cheapest H B P t EDITCATIOKJlX I pay FALS COLXJESX GLF5DALE U POTTER S IX norm oi vmctnnau Aouress REV FlfMsavsHaa GlaaUle O 1 r - i jt - rf A goose that has been IU 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